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M. L. 

977.401 
Salbr 
1874 
1934822 



REYNOLDS f-IISTCRICAL 
GENEA! OGY COLLECTION 



ALLEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 



3 1833 01052 3410 



BROA^^N^'S 



ANNUAL 



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DI EEC TOEY 

OP TH« 

SAGINAW VALLEY, , 



SHOWING AT A OLARCX 



The full Address, Occupation, and Location of all 
Residents, from the Saginaws to the Bay. 

Bftngor, Banks, Bay City, rarroUton, Crow Uland, DoIsenTille, East Saginaw, Essex, 
Florence, Melboarue. Saginaw City, Salzbnrg, Wenona, and Zilwankee, 

I 

X7NBIASKD BT PRBJUDIOS QB FA TOR. 

Each place Is represented Independent and complete in itself. Also, interesting 

StatisiicB of the State, Bay and Ssginaw Counties, Municipal OOlcers, notings 

of all existing; AesocliiilouH iiiul Sociclie:*, yccrci and Uonevolcnt, of whatever 

kind, of lulcici^i tu the public, for (ho bonelU and convenience of 

Trade, ur of Coiumerolal value tu the world. 



(FOR A BUSINESS DIRECTORY, SEE ANNUAL SPRING "TRADE CIRCULAR.") 



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C. ExEi^A Buowisr, 

PRICE THREE DOLLARS, 



PRINTED FOR T0B PUBLISHER BT 

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November, 1873. 



1934822 



BrowHj Charles E 

Anaual directory of the Saginaw valley 
showing at a glance the full address _, occu- 
pation and location of all residents 



Saa:inaw Librar.y 



1874-75 



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Very rea'peclffully yours^ dBc, 




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REMARKS. 



We cannot refrain from making a few remarks at the oppor- 
P;^ tuuity offered, and congratulate ourselves and the public upon 
having a work so complete and so much needed as the pres- 
ent one now in hand, notwithstanding the few typographical 
errors which unavoidably creep in upon us as in all works 
of this kind, which is not for want of care so much as for 
want of a more uniform hand-writing, clear, distinct, and an 
intelligible copy. There is no rule by which to be governed in 
Bpelling projjcr names, yet we flatter ourselves the present 
ofiering will fully meet the expectations of our patrons, and 
the wants of the public, as a book of reference. No pains or 
expense has been spared to make it as complete as possible, 
and we therefore submit it to public inspection and compari- 
son, trusting the critics will not be too severe. We also regret 
that the Directory patronage in Bay City and vicinity has 
been divided, neither Directory fairly representing the live 
interest taken by our Valley business men in all works of 
improvement of whatever kind. 

This Directory will be found at Hotels, PostoflSces, Toll 
Bridges, and most of our business places, as also on sale at 
the Book-stores; also in New York, Chicago, St. Louie, Mo.» 
Detroit, Toledo, Cincinnati, Boston, Salt Lake, U. T., and 
many other cities. 

Through our exchanges, we can furnish Directories of most 
any point from our office, or to order. 

Publisher. 



NtJMBER OFNAMES AND TOTAL 
POPULATION. 



The population and number of names in this Directory, 
accordiug to our figures, are as follows, viz. : 

PopulaUoa. Names. 

East Saginaw _ 14,101 6,39G 

Bay City ., .._ 13,078 4,987 

SaginawCity ,,-,, L., 8,244 8,248 

Wenona 2,143 864 

Banli3 1,348 529 

Carrollton 1,285 , 514 

Zilwaukee 981 846 

Salzburg 646 251 

Essex 535 188 

Floronce 449 253 

Crow Island 226 86 

Total 42,085 17,661 



ADVERTISING RATES, 



Outside Cover $100 00 

Inside Page 25 00 

Half Page 15 00 

One-fourth Page _ 10 00 

One-eighth Page 5 00 

One-Bixleeuth Page 8 00 

Directory 8 00 

Display Name 50 

All other advertising, special rates. 



NtJMBER OFNAMES AND TOTAL 
POPULATION. 



Tho population and number of names in this Directory, 
according to our figures, are as follows, viz. : 

Population. Names. 

East Saginaw _ 14,101 6,39« 

Bay City 12,078 4,987 

Saginaw City--.,- '._, 8,244 8,248 

Wenona - 2,143 864 

Banlis 1,348 529 

Carrollton 1,285 , 514 

Zilwaukee 981 846 

Salzburg C46 251 

Essex... 535 188 

FloruDce-.. 449 252 

Crow Island 236 . 86 

Total 43,035 17,661 



ADVERTISING RATES. 



Outside Cover $100 00 

Inside Page 25 00 

Half Page.. .- 15 00 

One-fourth Page 10 00 

One- eighth Page 5 00 

OneBixleeutU Page 8 00 

Directory 3 00 

Display Name 50 

All other advertising, special rates. 



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GENERAL INDEX. 



; 



Paoh. 

Additions, Alterations, etc 1 14 

East Saginaw Directory 17 

Saginaw City Directory .• 278 

Bay City Directory 893 

Wenona Directory 6S8 

Carrollton Directory , 619 

Zilwaukee Directory , 639 

Crow Island Directory 653 

Florence Directory 658 

Banks Directory .• 666 

Salzburg Directory ~ 685 

Essex Directory _ 696 

Bualness Directory of the above Cities and Villages 787 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



Paob, 

Allison J. P., Lumber and Salt Manufacturer 7i8 

Anderson J. C., Carriajje Manufaelurcr and Repairer 782 

Audro A., Heal Esliile and Lumber Dealer. 723 

Averill 11. S,. iMetiopuliiaii Uestauiunt 709 

Barbier M. A., Wbolesale Wineb, Liquors, and Cigars 718 

Barle K. J., Burie's KeHtuuranl 716 

Barnes O. M., Lund Coniniisslouer, J., L. & B. It. U Uutside back cover. 

Barr J., Brick MauulacluriT 785 

Baxter & Scully, "Valley Brass WorKs" 726 

Beebe & Brudilock, MnnufucturerB Uoot Beer, etc 729 

Bostwick A., Carriage Maker, bluekfuiith, and I'ainter 728 

Brown C. Exera, Directory and Gazetteer Publ.sher 721,785 

Brown D. R. «& Co., Wutcbes, Ciockt*. and Jewelry 7ii5 

Buckley J., Carriage, Wagon, and Sleigh Manufacturer 715 

Burke E., Tuck Pointer and Stone Cleaner 723 

Burnham S. E., Boat and Oar Builder 722 

Burrows Cleo. L. & Co., Hankers and Exchange OlUce 724 

Clalllu N. 11., I'hysiician and AcCDUcluur 712 

Ci>rwiu W. S. & Co., "Bay City Sleaiu Laundry " 726 

Cumniings L E. & Co., Inspectors and Scalers 713 

Cuicheou U. E. M., Attorui^, Au Sauble, M 734 

DeLand C. V., Insurance Agent 713 

Detrasac A., Prop'r Delrasac's Hotel 731 

Diederich J., Prop'r Michigan Hotel 716 

Dixon P., Butcher and Meat Market 728 

DoUiver C. A.. Carriage Ironer, Bluck-tmitb, and ILjrseshoer 7U7 

Driggs J. F., Salt Manufacturer and l)ealer in I'iuii Lands 711 

Dunlap A., Boarding House 716 

Klferly A., Prop'r Eiferly's Hotel 728 

liisenbrey & Hurley. Iiiielllgc'uccrH 716 

Erb U. 11., Fancy and Plain Engraver 728 

Eschcnbacb K., Prop'r " Farmers' Home" 71*2 

Esiubrouk & Masou, Shippers aud Couimissiou Lumber Dealers 716 

Esiabrook & Saunders, Urocerw 716 

Eymer A., Grocer 71T 

]''tlcher L. 11., Justice of the Peace 723 



12 INDEX. 

Pa 

First National Bank, A. P. R. Braloy, Cashier 

Fish W. K, Violinisi and PromptiT 

Flizgerald W., Kial Esiati; Dealer. Pile Driver, Dock and Bridge Builder 

FllcK J. N., WaicliinuUer aud Jeweler 

Freuz E., Veterinary Surgeon 

Gage C. U., Ailorney at Law 

Gage M. L. & Co., Iteal Estate Dealers 

Gafiinger & Cou^lneau, Carriage and Wagon Manuf rs 

Gajlojd & ilauchett. Attorneys at Law 

Gerou J., Prop'r Montreal Huuse Tii) 

George VV. b. & Co., Printers and Biucieis, Lan£<lng 

Olasoy W. F., Contractor atid Bridge Builder , 

Giaut VVni., Contractor and Builder , 

Gray & ISlassey, Steam Boiler Maker and tjheet-Irou Worker , ■ 

Green & Dlngnian, Liverymen 

Griggs T. F., Grocer and Merchandise 

Guiia E. F., Civil Kngimer and Heal Estate Ag't . 

Harvey & Coleman, Llveiymen 4 

Uawkius Wesley & Co., VVliolesale Wiues, Liquors, and Cigars i 

HeluziuannC, Prop'r Forest City House 1 

liickey & Day, Prop'rs Clairenden House ', 

HineG. <fc Bio., two Meat Markets, Water and Wash injrton "> 

Huebcock & lugrahain. Lumber, Lath, and Slave manl''rs - 4. 

Holmes J., Millwright, and Mill Contractor t Vi 

Holizheimer C, wiioletale Wlues, Liquor.>i antl Cigars 7i 

Houghiou W. fc>.. Carriage, Wagon, and aieigh manuPr '•'• 

Hoy I Jesse, Lumber inanut~r 7f 

Hunt T., custom Bout and bhoe manuPr 7j 

Irwin P., Prop'r Irwin House 7.. 

Jefl'eries & Cowell, Physicians and Surgeons It. 

Jenner G., Jenner's Marble Works 7-' 

Jeuiiius Mrs. John, prop'r Valley House 718, 7-i 

Jerome U. H. & Co., gen'l Hardware, Mill Saws, Pumps, etc 7.; 

Johnson <b Hall, Liverymen 7'. 

Judge & Flood, Propr's Judge's Hotel 71 

Kennedy D. J.. Propr Astor House 7 1 

Kerby W. K., Propr Kerby House and Billiard Hall 7-' 

Ketcnani <Ji Bro., uiaiiut'rs Sliingies, Lumber, Lath, etc 7-1 

Kirk J. B Vr' 

Koch M. ifc 11., Clothiers aiidMeichant Tailors Centre lines, odd pagi- 

Krekow & Bronner, Grocers 717 

Leiebvre A., Boots and Shoes, Saloon attached _ T-'- 

Leiih Win., Painter, Glazier, and Paper Hanger .'.. 7«'.' 

Lincoln G. V. A; Co.. li'eal Estate, lijielliyeiite etc 7."' 

" Lutlu JaKe A. Co.,'' l lothiers and Merciiant Tailors Centre liuit, evtn jiat* 

McDonald A. H. <1 t^o.. Liverymen , (•.'(» 

^UDouald J. J. Prop., Ocean Uysler lioute and Kebtanrani 7l'J 

McPariiu S. M., Books, Siaiioneiy, Wall Paper, etc 7i7 

McCiaih P. J., Propiieior Lupiiol IJtuse. , 781 

McKnight & Avery, Wholesale Wines, Liquort-, and Cigais tdi 

Malouey M., Artesian Well Borer "JBJ 

Manz J., Wood Engraver, Chicago iiio 

Meisel & Gocschel, Grocers lij-^ 

Merrill & Bacon, foundry and Machinisis , m 71- 

Moeiler F. J., Prop'r btauber's Hotel 71tJ 

Morin Wm., Prop'r Moriu House 7yi 

Nesier 1., Dealers in Pine Lands, Logs, and Lumber T.i> 

ISolau T., Piop'r National House T16,7hO 

Isorciobs 1. a., Prop'r Banciolt House 7u.") 

Mumuets E. b., Wood Turner, etc., etc 7ltj 

O'ilrien J^., Prop'r Uuiario House ^ 78v; 

O'bnen &, Millard, dealers in Wines, Liquors, and Cigars 718 

PassollB H., Soap ChaiiUler 715 

PeCK. i6 Co., Loan Brokers 7lS 

PecR U. A., Boarding House ."..I^''.'"J. ...... I... 7^2 

Peirolt P. J., Liveryman iii 

Powers U., Piop'r VVniie Oak House 784 

Kaulord L, Liveiymau 7B() 

Kugau J. M., Prop'r Uugan liouse. 731 

Kauroad, Deirou <fc buy City K. It Inside back cover. 

kaiiioau, J , L. & S. It. it lueido Ironi cover, 

kaiiroaa, Saginaw Valley Ai St. Loui.« 1(. U. 120 

KauKUi A. L., Detective and Deputy bherill 717 

itich Wm. '1., Book and Job Printer [ '. 714 

hickiey b'.A., Packiuj^ House 714 

Iti'se J., Piop'r "Itobe Bitwery" .' .'...'.".."..'.,.'. 7:^4 

Kow &> Hull, Hariietb Manuiaciuiers "..'. 710 

t(amp t., Clbtein and Tijihi Barrel iiauuiuciurer 716 



INDEX. 



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Paqe. 

Rnpp G. L., Proprietor Hupp House ' 720 

Host A. & Co. Lumber, Lath, and Picket manufectarere """"" 781 

R«(tlnaw Barrel Co., mauufacture all kinds of packages [.ll 722 

l>«ndbof C, custom Boot and Slice dealer '.'.'".'.'""''"'''. 717 

lUvlor T. & ih)., maiiufr Lumber, Lath. Shingles, PicketV,'etc.V.V *.*.'.' 710 

ftcoemiii & Schoenheit, Prop'rs "City Brewery" [[ 75;8 

tkbott & Co., Clothiert" and Gents' Goods '.'.'.'.'.'.'. " 782 

Schrelber Otto, Book Binder and Taxidermist... "'."1111" "11" 722 

fiimoD B\, dealer in all kinds of Meat ' " " 730 

Smith E. T. & Son, Druijijists 734 

Hmtth H. A., Dentist llliriJlH 7I8 

Smith M. O. & Co., Prop'rs Everett House l.Mlllllllllllll 706 

Soper A. IL, House, Sitjn, Carriajre, and Ornamental Painter 712 

Speucer Wm. M., Prop'r Otsego Lake Hotel l.llllH""" " 784 

Stevens A. & Co., Lninber and Lath nianufactiirersl.l"""*"""""'"! 729 

Stewart J. & Co.. Oreccrs, Salt and Lumber Supply Store." 1 706 

Sutherland & Wheeler. Attorncys-at law 7I8 

Tacgett, Plumb & Co., "Valley ColTee and Spice'Milis'"' *.". 712 

Tarsuey T. E., Justice and Attoruey-atlaw ... 718 

Ten EyckC. & E., inanuliicturLTs Shingles, Staves' and" Hea'dliiff 712 

Tiius J. n., City Expressman 7]2 

Travers & St. Mary, Custom Boot and Shoemakersrilll 716 

Troniiner J. G.. Huts, Caps, Furs, etc 1-.1..1111 ---;.-•■• ^23 

Wapler C. H., Wood, Horn, Ivory, and Bone TurricrlllllUliril 722 

Warner* Eastman, Lumber Manufacturers 1. ".11111 ' 711 

WatrousM. & Sons, Lumber and Salt Manut'actiirers 729 

Weed H. F., City Drayman 1 782 

Wcgst A., Wholesale Wiuus. Liquors, and Cigars'.".'.l".'.".l".".ir..l'.".l 711 

Wenkn C. & Co., dealers in Boots and Shoes 7I8 

Wesion C. W., Carria;:je Maker and Blacksmith. .11.111111111111 717 

Weston N. & Son, Grocurs, Flour. Feed, etc l."lllll.'l"lll 714 

Wheal A. W. A Co., Musicul Jiistrumeiits and Sa'foij" .1 7'o"8 704 

wr heeler C, Ship Builder and Spar Maker ' 717 

Wickes Bros,. Manufr's Steam Engines, Fouudry.'an'd Machi'nists" "1 713 

Wild J. L., Barber and Baili Riiom.-.. 7^5 

Williams F.. "Marble Hall iJestaiMaut" 727 

Williamson Wm., Blacksmith and Horse-shoer " '.[ 716 

Wood J. W., City Laundry and Clothes Cleaner 1111 "111111111" 1 723 

\\ regeC. Cistern aud Tank maker 714 

Wright, Wells & Co., dealers in Pine LaiidslLogsVand Lumber' 725 

Ziegler J. C, dealer in Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, etc , etc 724- 

Zieguer's Lager Beer Brewery 715 



ADDITIONS, ALTERATIONS, Etc. 



Bank — John Gallagher & Co.'s bank has merged into a Sagi- 
naw County Savings Bank, East Saginaw. 
Beuyssen T. P., architect for V. Bade, res n s Emerson, bet 

Cass and Franklin, East Saginaw. 
Birdsall A., blacksmith, died since book went to press, East 

Saginaw. 
Briggs Eugene E., book-keeper, bds V. M. Parmely, Bay City. 
Bush C. B., supt. J., L. & S. R. R., successor to Maj. Geo. C. 

Hopper, resigned, office Saginaw City. 
Clark E. R., druggist, 113 Genesee, East Saginaw. 
Clark Lew B. (M. G. Smith & Co.), res Everett House. 3. 
Clark William H. (Clark & Ellis), res e s Washington, bet 

Brady and Mason, East Saginaw. 
Cousineau Joseph, propr Canada House, cor Washington and 

Thompson, East Saginaw. 
Craft Will T., propr Metropolitan Restaurant, basement cor 

Center and Water, Bay City. 
Curtis F. A. & Co., removed to 2^7 n Water, East Saginaw. 
Cusick Mrs. Mary A., laundress, res s w cor 3d and Miller, 

East Saginaw. 2. 
Davis Charles H. (Wright, Wells & Co.), res Hamilton, bet 

Clinton and Throop, Saginaw. 
Derleth {Derleith) Nicholas, restaurant and lager beer saloon, 

n s Lapeer, bet Clay and Webster, res same, E. Saginaw. 
Dow Miss Charlotte, teacher, Penoyer School, 1st ward, bds 

Maj. Lyon, Saginaw. 
FarweU John, lab, bds Averill House, East Saginaw. 
Ferris H. B., book-keeper, city treasurer, East Saginaw, res 

Janes. 
Finch J. C, carp, res 5th, nr cor Carroll. 
Friedman <t Demers, removed back to Saginaw City. 
Gilbert George H., book-keeper. Merchants' National Bank, 

bds Mrs. Dietz, East Saginaw. 
Grant Charles S., instead of Chas. only, bds Everett House. 
Green Steplien, propr Averill House, s s Potter, opp F. & P. M. 

llailruiid depot. 
Gedeau Arthur, lab, bds Chas. Wood, Bay City. 
Oansiver John, wks McGraw & Co., Bay City. 



ADDITIONS AND ALTERATIONS. 15 

ITanlin John (not HauUn), Bay City. 
Ilinckle Peter A., removed opp old place. I 

Ilotbbkigs I. P., is not manager Daily Tribune, Bay City, as 
represented elsewhere {page J^83) Geo. W. Hotchkiss is 
manager. 
Ilotel s e cor Jenny and Linn, unfinished, Wenona. 
Hoyt Douglass, cashier Merchants' National Bank, bds Ban- 
croft House, East Saginaw. 

Jacobus J. li, barber, Bay City. 

Jones Alba, carpenter, res n w cor 3d and Miller, E. Saginaw. 

Jones 0. E., carpenter, bds Averill House. 

Jones Horace II., machinist, res n w cor 3d and Miller, East 
Saginaw. 4. 

Lamoradier Thaddeus D., dry goods and grocer, res 806 Cass, 
cor Granger, Saginaw. 4. 

Magill Wm. E. (Magill & Co.), druggists, n e cor Midland and 
River, Wenona. 

Mason L. P., treasurer St. Barnhard Oommandery, instead of 
J. Tilth ill, E. Saginaw. 

Merrill Charles & Co. (Cluis. Merrill, Detroit, Joseph A. Whit- 
tier, E. Saginaw, T. W. Palmer, Detroit), lumber manuf'rs; 
ofBce and yard e s J., L. & S. Railroad, bet E. Saginaw 
I depot and F. & P. M. railroad. 

Montgomery A. Schuyler, corresponding clerk Merchants' 
National Bank, res cor Johnson and Washington East 
Saginaw. 

Nellis Wm. H., boots and shoes, removed to n e cor 4th and 
Water, Bay City. 

Northrup H. J., ice dealer, Saginaw City. 

O'Connor Thos., fruit-stand, Portsmoutb, burned. 

Park Hugh, geu'l fr't ag't F. & P. M. R'y, res n w cor Warren 
and Miller, East Saginaw. 2. 

Pomeroy C. H., book-keeper, wks Tousey, Pierson & Beach- 
error page 54;;2, Bay City. 

Presser W. H. (^. II. P. & Co.), removed to 208 n Water, East 
Saginaw. 

Riedy Joseph, propr Commercial Restaurant, basement First 
National Bank, cor Court and Hamilton, successor to Geo. 
Laid ley. 

Sears Franklin P., died October 30th, East Saginaw.. 

Seibel & Bastiau (Wm. S. & John B.), restaurant, Buckhout 
block, n Water, Wm. Siebel, res same. 

Sempliner Adoli)li, clerk and bds S. Littauer, Bay City. 

Several names at Wm. Kelley's unobtainable. 

Snyder John W., book-keeper, wks N. S. Lenheim, bds Ameri- 
can House, East Saginaw. 



16 ADDITIONS AND ALTERATIONS. 

Smith 0. E., bar-tender, wks Averill House, East Saginaw. 

Smith , clerk, Averill House, East Saginaw. 

Smith Frank, wks Saginaw Barrel Co., Saginaw. 

Stevenson Thomas, lumberman, res Water, bet 31 and 22d 

Bay City. 
Tousey, Pierson & Beach — not Towsey, etc. 
Tibbetts George, vocal music teacher, headquarters at A. \i 

AVheat's. 
Todd Wm. A., engineer, wks Garrison, Rice & Co., bds Garvin';, 

Hotel, Saginaw. 
Watkins Wm., wks Whipple, Parmely & Co., bds J. H. Baker 

Bay City. 
Williams Dewar, res unknown — was moving. 
Zuma Francis, lab, res Water, bet 11th and 13th, Bay City, 



NAMES OF STREETS. 



1 The following 


list of the streets 


of East Saginaw is copied 


i from the records 






K Adams, 


Clay, 


Gallagher, 


^•' Auncsly, 


Cornelia, 


German, 


Astor, 


Curtis, 


German Colony road, 


At water, 


Douglas, 


Genesee, 


Ballard, 


Duncan, 


Gilmore, 


Bates, 


Dupont, 


Graham. 


Beecher, 


D wight. 


Grant, 


Birch, 


Ejst, 


Hall, 


Brady, 


Eaton, 


llartsufF, 


Bristol, 


Elizabeth, 


llayden. 


BrowD, 


Elm, 


Hess, 


Bundy, 


Emerson, 


nigh. 


Campbell, 


Emily, 


lliland. 


Carolina, 


English, 


Ilobart, 


[ Carroll, 


Farrand, 


Houghton, 


r 

1 Carrollton, 


Far well, 


lloyt, 


Cass, 


Fitzhngh, 


Hubbard road, 


Centre, 


F. & P. lAI. 1^. 


li., JaneSjDeerfield road, 


i Chambers, 


Franklin, 


JefTcrson, 


; Cliarlcs, 


Fr.iscr, 


John, 


Cherry, 


Freedom, 


Johnson, 


Chesiuit, 


Fox, 


Jones. 


Clark, 


Cage, 


Julius, 



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EAST SAGIKAW DIRECTORY. 



Kimball, 

King, 

Kirk, 

Langlass, 

Lapeer, 

Large, 

Lawrence, 

Liberty, 

Lincoln, 

Lintou, 

Little, 

Lynn, 

Lytle, 

Mackinaw, 

Main, 

Maple, 

Marion, 

Marshall, 

Martha, 

Mason, 

McCrosky, 

McCoskry, 

McClellan, 

Merrill, 

Mill, 

Millard, 

Miller, 

Morris, ' 

Morse, 

Mott, 

Mum ford, 

Nassau, 



Newton, 

Niraons, 

Norman, 

Park, 

Perkins, 

Plielon, 

Plank Eoad, 

Potter, 

Prospect, 

Randolph, 

Remington, 

Rockwell. 

Rust, 

Saginaw, 



Washington, 

Water, 

Webster, 

Welles, 

Wheeler, 

Whitney, 

Wilkins, 

William, 

Wine, 

Wolf, 

First, 

Second, 

Third, 

Fourth, 



S. & B.R. PlankRoad, Fifth, 



Schwan, 

Sears, 

Sherman, 

Shiloh, 

Sidney, 

Siegel, 

Smith, 

Thatcher, 

Thayer, 

Thompson, 

Thurber, 

Tuscola, 

Van Etten, 

Wadsworth, 

AV'alnut, 

Ward, 

Wai-ren, 



Sixth, 

Seventh, 

Eighth, 

Ninth, 

Tenth, 

Eleventh, 

Twelfth, 

Thirteenth, 

Fourteenth, 

Fifteenth, 

Sixteenth, 

Seventeenth, 

Eighteenth, 

Nineteenth, 

Twentieth. 



[Note. — 1'he above list of names of streets includes those of 
Salina, which place was recently consolidated as a part of 
The fullowin<r streets bear numbers or 



East Saginaw 



I EAST SAOIISAW DIRECTOItY. 19 



names: Smith or 8th, Browa or 9th, Beecher or 10th, 
Lincoln or 11th, Mumford or 13th, Douglas or 14th. The 
following names of streets have been changed : Mum- 
ford to Lincoln, Douglas to Mumford, Lincoln to Beecher, 
Beecher to Brown, Brown to Smith. Tliere is a Douglas 
street. Some streets bear several different names, and the 
above obviates this. A number of changes recently made 
by the council will be found below. Finger-boards indi- 
ciitiug the names of streets are now being jjut up.] 



NAMING STREETS, 



TUK OKDINANCE 01' TIIK CITY CnANGING THE XAMES OF 
CERTAIN STREETS. 

Alany people were doubtless surprised, one line morning, to 
wake up and find that they resided on some otiier street from 
wliich they had the previous evening. The ordinance i)assed 
by the Common Council, September 10, and which is given in 
full below, makes a complete revision of the streets of the city 
This was necessitated by the fact that many streets have 
become duplicated through the annexation, and in several 
instances one street has been known by several names, and 
the names, in the main, have been irregular. Following is the 
ordinance on the subjoct in full : 

Jio it ordained by the Common Council of the city of East Saginaio as 

follows : 

Si:cTioN 1. That the names of all those certain streets 
hert'inancr described shall be changed, and said streets shall 
be named, designated, and known as hereinafter mentioned 
and Sot forth. 



20 EAST BAGINAW DIllECTOKY. 



First. Sliiloh street, extending from Johnson street to tin 
center of outlet 39, in Ghisby & Gallagher's addition to th. 
city of East Saginaw, through Koehler's subdivision of th' 
north half of said outlot, shall be named and designated hen- 
after as Fourteenth street. 

Second. Langlass street, extending from Lapeer street to 
Janes street, through Langlass' subdivision of outlot 55, in 
Glasby & Gallagher's addition to the city of East Saginaw, 
shall be named and designated hereafter as Fourteenth street. 

Third. Douglass street, extending through B. E. Brovrn'.- 
subdivision of outlot 9, Hayden's subdivision of outlot 10, anil 
Butler's subdivision of north part of outlot 24, in Glasby, Gal- 
lagher & Little's addition to the city of East Saginaw, shall 
be named and designated hereafter as Fourteenth street. 

Fourth. South Fifth street, extending through Perkins, 
Clary & Miller's, and Duncan's additions to the city of East 
Saginaw, shall be named and designated hereafter as Four- 
teenth street. 

Fifth. Mumford street, extending through Hayden's subdi- 
vision of outlots 10 and 11, and Burger, Lothion & Irion's 
subdivison of outlot 23, in Glasby, (Jalhigher & Little's addi- 
tion to the city of East Saginaw, shall be named and designated 
hereafter as Thirteenth street. 

Sixth. South Fourth street, extending through Perkins, 
Clary & Miller's, and Duncan's additions to the city of East 
Saginaw, shall be named and designated hereafter as Thirteenth 
street. 

Sevcn'th. Lincoln street, extending through Smith, Jones, 
Glasby & Little's sulidivision of outlots G and 7, and Brown & 
Smith's subdivision of outlot 12, and John Galhighcr's subdi- 
vision of outlot 22, in Glasby, Gallagher & Little's addition to 
the city of East Saginaw, and through Fleitz's subdivision ol' 
outlot 52, and through J. B. Ireland's subdivision of south 
half of outlot *41, in Glasby & Gallagher's addition to the 
city of East Saginaw, shall be named and designated hereafter 
as Twelfth street. 



EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY, 21 



Eighth. South Third street, extending through Perkins, 
€Iary & Miller's, and Duncan's additions to the city of East 
tJagiuinv, shall be named and designated hereafter as Twelfth 
atrcet. 

>Jinth. Heecher street, extending through Fleitz's subdivi- 
sion of east half of outlet number 51, in Glasby & Gallagher's 
addition to the city of East Saginaw, and through Smith, 
Jones, Glasby & l^ittle's subdivision of certain outlots in 
(llasby, Gallagher & Little's addition to the city of East Sag- 
inaw, shall be named and designated hereafter as Eleventh 
etreet. 

Tenth. Tenth street, extending through B. M. Thompson's 
subdivision of outlet 42, in Glasby & Gallagher's addition to 
the city of East Saginaw, shall be named and designated here- 
after as Eleventh street. 

Eleventh. South Second street, extending through Perkins, 
Olary & ^Miller's, and Duncan's additions to the city of East 
Saginaw, shall be named and designated hereafter as Eleventh 
street. 

Twelfth. Schwan street, (!xtcnding through Conrad Schwan'a 
subdivision of outlet UT), in (Jlasby & Gallagher's addition to 
the city of East Saginaw, shall be named and designated here- 
after as Tenth street. 

Thirteenth. Brown street, extending through Smith, Jones, 
Glasby & Little's subdivision of certain outlots in Glasby, Gal- 
laher & Little's addition to the city of East Saginaw, shall 
bo named and designated hereafter as ^JVuth street. 

Fourteenth. High street, extending through Perkins, Clary 
& Miller's addition to the city of East Saginaw, shall be 
named and designated hereafter as Tenth street. 

Fifteenth. Smith street, extending through Smith, Jones, 
(Jlasby, & Little's subdivision of certain outlots in Glasby, 
Gallagher & Little's addition to the city of East Saginaw, and 
through south half of outlet 43, in said addition, shall be 
named and designated hereafter as Ninth street. 



23 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTOliY. 



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Sixteentb. Hess street, extending through Iless's subdiv 
sion of outlots 29 and 30, in Glusby, Gallagher & Little's add 
tion to the city of East Saginaw, shall be named and desi: 
nated hereafter as Ninth street. 

Seventeenth. Large street, extending through Smith, Jonc. 
Glasby & Little's subdivision of certain outlots in Glasbi, 
Gallagher & Little's addition to the city of East Saginaw, shai 
be named and designated hereafter as Seventh street. 

Eighteenth. Smith street, extending through Iless's subdi 
vision of outlots 29 and 30, in Glasby, Gallagher & Little', 
addition to the city of East Saginaw, shall be named an(i 
designated hereafter as Seventh street. 

Nineteenth. Saginaw street, extending through Smith 
Jones, Glasby & Little's subdivision of certain outlots in Glas 
by, Gallagher & Little's addition to the city of East Saginaw 
shall be named and designated hereafter as Sixth street. 

Twentieth. Lawrence street, extending through John Gal- 
lagher's subdivision of south half of outlot forty, in Glasby & 
Gallagher's addition to the city of East Saginaw, shall be named 
and designated, as Thirteenth street. ' - 

Twenty-lirst. Second street, in Glasby, Gallagher & Little'ri 
addition to the city of East Saginaw, shall be named and desig- 
nated hereafter as Fifth street. 

Twenty-second. First street, extending through Glasby, Gal- 
lagher & Little's addition to the city of East Saginaw shall bu 
named and designated hereafter as Fourth street. 

Twenty-third. North Fir.st, North Second, North Third, 
North Fourth, North Fifth, and North Sixth streets, in lloyt's 
northern addition to the city of East Saginaw, shall be named 
and designated hereafter as First, Second, Third, Fourth, 
Fifth, and Sixth streets, respectively. 

Twenty-fourth. Ilockweil street, extending from Genesee to 
Potter streets, in the city of East Saginaw, shall be named and 
designated hereafter as Second street. 

Twenty-fifth. (Jarrollton Koad street, extending from North 



EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 23 

Water street to North boundary liue of the city, shall be named 
und designated hereafter as First street. 

Twenty-sixth. Clay street, in Hoyt's plat of the city of East 
Saginaw, shall be known and designated hereafter as Park 
street. 

Twenty-seventh. English street, extending through Eng- 
lish's addition to the city of East Saginaw, shall be named 
and designated hereafter as Farwell street. 

Twenty-eighth. Wliitney street, in Hoyt's northern addi- 
tion to tbe city of East Saginaw, shall be named and designated 
hereafter as Potter street. 

Twenty-ninth. Little street, in Mott, Merrill & Gage's 
addition to the city of East Saginaw, shall be known and des- 
ignated as Atwater street. ^ 

Thiitietb. Hubbard street, in Blackmore & Eraser's addi- 
tion to the village of Salina, now part of the city of East 
Saginaw, shall be named and designated hereafter as Jefferson 
street. 

Thirty-first. Third street, in George W. Hess' addition to 
the village of Salina, now part of the city of East Saginaw, 
shall be named and designated hereafter as Van Etten street. 

Thirty-second. Second street, in George W. Hess' addition 
to the village of Salina, now part of tbe city of East Saginaw, 
shall be named and designated hereafter as AVilkin street. 

Thirty-third. First street, in George AV. Hess' addition to 
the village of Salina, now part of the city of East Saginaw, 
shall be named and designated hereafter its Lytle street. 

Thirty-fourth.' Duncan street, in Duncan & Farrand's 
subdivision of outlots 34 and 35, in Hoyt's subdivision of 
James Riley's Reserve, shall be named and designated here- 
after as Wilkin street. 

Thirty-fifth. Farrand street, in Duncan & Farrand's sub- 
division of outlots 34 and 35, in Hoyt's subdivision of James 
Riley's Reserve, shall be named and designated hereafter as 
Lytle street. 



24 KAST SAGINAW DIUECTOIIY. 



Thirty-sixth. Biindy street, in Hess & Bundy's addition to 
the village of Salina, now part of the city of East Saginaw, 
shall he named and designated hereafLer as Fox street. 

Thirt3'-seveuth. Hess street, in Rust & Hays' aud Derby's . 
and Medina Salt Company's addition to the village of Salina, 
now part of the city of East Saginaw, shall be named and 
designated hereafter as Fox street. 

Thirty-eighth. Douglass street, extending from the Macki- 
naw Road street to J. Blackmore's addition, shall be named and 
designated hereafter as Webber street. 

Thirty-ninth. "Ward street, in the plat of the village of 
Salina, now a part of the city of East Saginaw, extending 
from Main street to Morris street, shall bo named and desig- 
nated hereafter as Bundy street. 

Fortieth. Ballard street, in Flagler & York's addition to the 
village of Salina, now part of the city of East Saginaw, shall 
be named and designated hereafter as Bundy street. 

Forty-first. AVard street, extending through Medina Salt 
Company's and Hust & Hays' and Derby's addition to the vil- 
lage of Salina, now part of the city of East Saginaw, shall \)c 
named and designated hereafter as Grant street. 

Forty-seconil. Elm street, in Derby's addition to the village 
of Salina, now part of the city of East Saginaw, shall be 
named and designated hereafter as King street. 

Forty-third. Webster street, in the plat of the village of 
Salina, no>v part of the city of East Saginaw, shall be named 
and designated hereafter as King street. 

Forty-fourth. John street, in Geo. W. Hess' addition to the 
village of Salina, now part of the city of East Saginaw, shall 
be named and designated hereafter as Sherman, street. 

Forty-fifth. McClellan street, in Thatcher's addition to the 
village of Salina, now part of the city of East Saginaw, shall 
be named and designated hereafter as Sherman street. 

Forty-sixth. Houghton street, in Fr. P. Woodruff's addition 
to the village of Salina, now part of the city of East Saginaw, 
shall be named and designated hereafter as Eaton street. 



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® Forty-seventh. Potter street, ia Thatchers addition to the 
fillage of Salina, now part of the city of East SaginaAV, shall 
be named and designated hereafter as Eaton street. 

Forty-eight. Miller street, extending from llnst street to the 
iouth boundary line of Battell's addition to the city of East 
Saginaw, shall be named and designated hereafter as Douglass 
street. 

Forty-ninth. Miller street, in BraJey & Eaton's addition to 
Iho village of Salina, now part of the city of East Saginaw, 
jihall be named and designated hereafter as Saginaw street. 

Fiftieth. Curtis street, in Thatcher's addition to the village 
of Salina, now part of the city of East Saginaw, shall be 
named and designated hereafter as Morris street. 

Fifty-first. Little street, in Thatcher's addition to the village 
of Salina, uoav a part of the city of East Saginaw, shall be 
named and designated hereafter as Randolph street. 

Fifty-second. Marshal street, in Thatcher's addition to the 
village of Salina, now a part of the city of East Saginaw, 
shall be named and designated hereafter as Gallagher street. 

F'ifty-third. AVilliara street, in the plat of the village of 
Salina, now i>art ot the city of East Saginaw, shall be named 
and designated hereafter as Charles street. 

Fifty-fourth. Ilobart street, in Thatcher's addition to the 
> I village of Salina, now a part of the city of East Saginaw, shall 
be named and designated hereafter as Iless street. 

Fifty-fifth. Center street, in Derby's addition to the village 
of Salina, now part of the city of East Saginaw, shall be 
named and designated hereafter as Youmans street. 

F'ifty-sixth. Maple street, in Rust & Hays' addition to the 
village of Salina, now part of the city of East Saginaw, shall 
be named and designated hereafter as Bradley street. 

F^ifty-seventh. South First street, extending through Per- 
kins, Clary & Miller's, and Duncan's additions to the city of 
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26 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 

East Saginaw, shall be named and designated hereafter 
Fourth street. 

Fifty-eiglith. Plank Road street extending from Washiii 
ton street, in the village of South Saginaw, now a part of V 
city of East Saginaw, to the south boundary of the city, sha 
be named and designated hereafter as Saginaw street. 

Fifty-ninth. That Mackinaw street, from its intersectio 
with Washington street to the south, city line, shall be nam* 
and designated hereafter as Washington avenue. 

Sixtieth. That German Colony Road street, extending froL 
Saginaw river to the eastern city line, shall be named am 
designated hereafter as Brewster street. 

Sixty-first. The first street lying east of Bates street, in thr 
Brewster Park addition to the city of East Saginaw, shall b< 
known and designated hereafter as Pine street. 

Sixty-second. That the second street lying east of Bated 
street, in Brewster Park addition to the city of East Saginaw 
shall be known and designated hereafter as Cedar street. 

Sixty-third. That the third street lying east of Bates street 
in the Brewster Park addition to the city of East Saginaw 
shall be known and designated hereafter as Spruce street. 

Sixty-fourth. That Washington street, in the city of East 
Saginaw, shall be known and designated hereafter as Wash- 
ington avenue. 

Sixty-fifth. That Genesee street, from Saginaw river to the 
east boundary line of the city, shall be known and designated 
hereafter as Genesee avenue. 

Made and passed by the common council of the city of East 

Saginaw, 'Mich., this tenth day of Sept., A. D., 1873. 

WM. L. WEBBER, 
Attest : Mayor. 

ASAHEL CHASE, City Clerk. 



EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 27 



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AVARD BOUNDARIES. 



The City of East Saginaw is divided into eight wards, viz.:' 
All that part of the city lying north of the center of Miller 
etreet shall constitute the First Ward ; 

All that part of the city lying between the center of Miller 
etreet and the center of Johnson street shall constitute the 
Second Ward ; 

All that portion of tho city lying between the center of 
Johnson street and the center of William street, to its junc- 
tion ^vith Genesee street, thence along the center of Genesee 
street to the center line of Janes street, thence along the 
center line of Janes street to the east city line, shall constitute 
the TniRD Ward ; 

All that portion of the city lying between the line last men- 
tioned and the center line of Iloyt street, to where said line 
shall intersect the center line of Walnut street, thence along- 
the center line of Walnut street to the east city line, shall 
I constitute the Fourth Ward ; 

All that part of the city lying south of the center line of 
Hoyt street and west of the center line of Maple street, 
including its intersection with Martha street, and as extended 
on the section line to the south line of section thirty, and 
north of the south boundary line road (so called), and the 
Mackinaw road (so called), shall constitute the Fiftk Ward; 

All that portion of said city lying east of the above boundary 
line of the Fifth AYard, and south of the above boundary line 
of the Fourth Ward, shall constitute the Sixth Ward ; 

The Seventji AVakd shall consist of so much of said terri- 
tory as lies north of a line drawn by commencing at th(^ 
(juarler post on the east line of gaid section thirty-six, anj 



•^8 EAST SAGINAAV DIllECTOKY. 

running thence west along the quarter line to the center oi' 
the street known us the Saginaw and Bad River ])laiik road, 
thence northwesterly along the center of said last named 
street, to its intersection with the center of Gallagher street, 
thence westerly along the center of said Gallagher street to 
the center of Mackinaw street, thence northerly along the 
center of ^lackinaw to the center of Center street, thence 
'westerly along the center of Center street to the west line of 
Water street, thence north thirty-three feet to the north line 
of Center street, thence hy a right angle to Water street west- 
erly to the center of Saginaw Kiver ; 

And all of said territory lying south of said above described 
line shall be and constitute the Eianin Ward of said city. 



THE FIRE LIMITS. 



THE NEW OUDINANC'E EXTENDING THE FIUE LIMITS* 

The Common Council, at a special meeting held Wednesday 
evening, September 10th, for that purpose, passed an ordinance 
extending 'the fire limits of the city. The new limits are 
mainly embraced within the territory bounded on the north 
by Johnson street, west by the river, south by William street, 
and east by Warren street, with the exceptions of portions of 
blocks. Qther territory, however, is embraced near the depot, 
extending out Genesee street on both sides, and also in the 
7th and 8th wards, which is designated in full in the following 
ordinance : 



EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 29 

P' i AM ORDINANCE TO AMEND AN ORDINANCE ENTITLED AN ORDINANCE 

d, I RELATIVE TO THE PREVENTION OP FIRES, APPROVED JULY 22d, 1361, 

fd 

t I ife iC ordained by the Common Council of the city vf East Saginaw, a* 

' ' follows : 

Section 1. That section one of an ordinance entitled an 
ordinance relative to the prevention of fires, approved July 
iJ2d, 18G1, as amended by an ordinance entitled an ordinance 
to amend an ordinance relative to the prevention of fires, ap- 
proved January IGth, 18GG, be amended so as to read as follows : 

Section 1. The following pieces and parcels of land shall 
constitute and be known as the Fire Limits of the city of 
East Saginaw, viz : Entire blocks numbered four, five, seven- 
teen, eighteen, nineteen, twent}', thirty-three, thirty-four, 
thirty-five, tiiirty-six, forty-three, forty-four, forty-five, north 
half of forty-six, north half of fifty-seven, fifty-eight, fifty- 
nine, sixty, west half of sixty-five, sixty-six, sixty-seven, sixt}'- 
eight, north half of seventy-seven, seventy-eight, south half of 
seventy-nine, south half of eighty-six, eighty-seven, aud lots 
•i, 5, G, 7, and 8, in block 88, all of block 01 except lots 5, G, 
and 7, all in Hoyt's plat of the village, now city, of East Sagi- 
naw, aud lots 5, G, 7, and 8, in block 100, and lots 4, 5, 6, and 
7, in block 105, JLoyt's northern addition to the city of East 
Saginaw, aud also all those pieces or parcels of land described 
as follows: Lots 1, 2, 3, 1-4, and 15, in block 14; lots 9, 
10, and 11, in block 9; lots 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12, in block 3; 
lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, G, 7, 8, and 9, in block 1 ; lots 1, 2, U, 13, 
14, and 15, in block 15 ; aud lot 1, in block 11, according to the 
plat of the village of Salina, now part of the city of East Saginaw. 

Sec. 3. That a new section be added to said ordinance to 
stand as section twenty-nine. 

Sec. 39. All ordiuaucos, i)artsof ordinances, and resolutions, 
confiicting Avilli the provisions of this ordinance, are hereby 
repealed. 

Made and passed by the Common Council of the city of 
l']ast Saginaw, Michigan, this lOtli <lay of Septemher, A. f).1873. 

WAf. L. WEHHEU, Mayor. 

Attest: AsAiiiiL Ciiasi;, Clily Clerk. 



;]0 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 



CITY OFFICIALS. 



William L. Webber, Mayor. 

Oeorge B. Brooks, Recorder, 

Asahel Chase, Clerk. 

Augustus Schupp, Assessor. 

Charles V. DeLaud, Controller. 

Bradley M. Thompson, Attorney. 

Charles Wenks, Treasurer. 

Alfred B. Wood, Deputy Treasurer. 

Prederick 11. Herbert, Surveyor. 

Benjamin B. Ross, Physician. 

Anthony Grohmann, Director of the Poor. 

Jacob Davidson, Street Commissioner. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward — Sanford Keeler, term expires April, 1874 ; W. 
J. Bartow. 

Second Ward — Walter Fitzgerald, term expires April, 1874 ; 
Charles Ten Eyck. 

Third Ward— Daniel Forrest, term expires April, 1874; 
Marshal] G. Smith. 

Fourth Ward — Alexander Ferguson, term expires April, 
1874 ; George B. AViggins. 

Fifth Ward — Ferd. A. Ashley, term expires April, 1874; 
John C. Valentine. 

Sixth Ward — Roderick Easton, term expires April, 1874; 
Murlin C. Osborn. 

Seventh Ward — Charles C. Martindale, term expires April, 
1874 ; AVilliam Mowbray. 

Eighth Ward — Kasper Ziegin, term expires April, 1874 ; 
Henry H. liradky. 

Charter election occurs on the lirst Monday in April each 
year. 



EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 31 

STANDING COMMITTEES— 18T8-1. 

FJQauce — Aid. Bartow, Wiggins, Valentine. 

Wuys and Means — Aid. Ashley, Ten Eyck, Bradley. 

Streets — Aid. Smith, Easton, Martindale. 

Fire Department — Aid. Ferguson, Keeler, Smith. 

Health — Aid. Wiggins, Fitzgerald, Zicgin. 

Printing — Aid. Fitzgerald, Mowbray, Osborn. 

Sewers — Aid. Ten Eyck, Ziegin, Keeler. 

Gas — Aid. Ferguson, Forrest, Easton. 

Paving — Aid. Valentine, Ashley, Bradley. 

Police — Aid. Martindale, Wiggins, Osborn. 

Ordinances — Aid. Jiartow, Mowbray, Forrest. 

POLICE. 

Wm. L. Webber, President. 

Fred. W. Carlisle and Charles F. Shaw, Board of Police 
Commissioners. 

T. Dailey Mower, Chief. 

James Connon, Captain. 

James Kevins, First Sergeant. 

George IMajor, Second Sergeant. 

Thomas P. Oliver, Third Sergeant. 

Ileni-y Pries, James P. Walsh, Joseph Wood, John Mclsaac, 
Giles E. Mershon, David 0. Thompson, George J. Hadden, 
Dean It. Eing, William Bauer, — . Wiggins, Levi J. Empey, 
Alfred R. Carter, George Lavene, Robert Essen, Charles W. 
Latham, Patrolmen. 

JDSTICES OF TUE PEACE. 

Ilezekiah Miller, George A. Flanders, Timothy E. Tarsuey, 
and D 11 gall Mclntyre. 

CONSTABLE!:. 

Patrick Bolan, 1st Ward; Horatio Hathaway, 2d Ward; 
William E. Leach, ^d Ward; Au.stiu L. Kankin, -ith AVard ; 

George M. (Juik-y, 5th AV'ard ; Patrick Bean, Gth Ward ; 

, 7th (vacant); Ephraim Cole, 8th Ward. 



32 EAST BAQINAAV DIIIECTOUY. 



SEWER COMMISSIONERS. 

J. S. Stevens, Pres. ; Egbert Ten Eyck, and L. P. Masi 
R H. Herbert, Sewer Engineer. 

SUPERVISORS. 

1st Ward, George P. Mickley; 2d Ward, Charles Dougbt 
3d Ward, Ed. Bla3clen ; 4th Ward, Edward Aiken ; 5th Wai 
George AV. Merrill; Cth Ward, Charles Langlass ; 7th Wai 
T. T. Hubbard ; 8th Ward, Perry Carter. 

SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. 

H. II. Cheeney. ^ 

WOOD INSPECTOR. 

George P. Butler. 

I'lRE DEPARTMENT. 

Charles V. DeLand — Chief Engineer. 

Members of Valley City Steam Fire Engine Company : tS. 
S. Ellsworth, foreman; Jesse A. Burdick, engineer; • CUark.s 
Wrege, fireman; John ^[. AV'eaver, engine driver; A. J. 
Cowk'S, driver hose cart; W. II. Smith, driver hose cart: 
George Causneau, pipeman ; Jacob Gallinger, pipcman ; John 
W^ilson, Peter Burns, Daniel Burns, John ][. lloberts, Douglass 
Clark, George Briest (?), hosemen. 

CITY POUND. 

Henry Marks, Pound-master — Pound, German, between Cas< 
and Fran>kliu, at Engine House. 

DEAD UOUSE. 

South side German, between Cuss and Franklin streets. 

CEMETERY COMMISSIONERS. 

L. P. Mason, and B. B. Bnckhout; Charles V. DeLand, 
member ex-ojjiciu. 



EAST SAGINAW DIKECTORT. 3^ 



I'EST HOUSE. 

I . Tlio City Pest House is located iu an open field, north of 

the Vussiir plank road toll-gate, near the city limit or boundary 
line ; the city owns four acres of laud here, which is set oif for 
peat-house purposes and accommodations. Mrs. Martha Cross, 
Keeper. 

BOARD OF WATER COMMISSIOXERS OF EAST SAGINAW. 

This Board was established by an act of the Legislature 
February 28th, 1873. Officers appointed by the city council. 

|<, ^' By act of the Legislature an appropriation of $300,000 was 
made for the purpose of water works to supply the city of 
Kast Saginaw. Iu dccordance therewith the city -were author- 

f I ized to issue bonds to the above amount, since when a Board 
of Water Commissioners have been appointed as follows : 
John G. Owen, W. R. Burt, Conrad Foy, IL IL Hoyt, J. 
0. Terry. 
George D. Wolcott, Engineer; Ferd A. Ashley, Secretary. 
p; The Ilolly system of water works has been adopted and ope« 
rations commenced. 'JMio works are located on Miller street, 
\,'i[)0 feet north of south city boundary. Seventeen miles of 
iron water pipe is to be laid. Eleven miles have been laid, 

p. I' September 1st, 1873. The supply of water will be taken from 

;')i ^' the Tittabawassee river, a stream of good water for domestic 
use, unless the Commissioners find a sufficient supply from 
wells sunk, from thirty to forty feet in diameter, now under 
experiment. 

Office of the Boardj in the City Building, over Postoffiee, 
corner of Cass and Genesee streets. 

CARRIAGE niRE. 

Hates allowed by ordinance : Not to exceed half an hour, 00 
ccniB each pas.se n gc r ; more than half an hour and less than 
one hour, Gf) cents. Chihlreu between and 10 years of ago, 
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34 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTOllY. 



accompanied by parents or guardians, half fare; under 6 year.s, 
free. By the liour, $1 for the first hour, and 75 cents for each 
subsequent hour. By the day, $5 ; each trunk 10 cents, but 
no charge for valise, bag, or bundle weighing less than 50 
pounds. Between the hours 11 P. M. and 5 A. IL, allowed 
one half price additional to above rates. 



SCHOOLS IN EAST SAGINAW^. 



SCHOOL INSPECTOKS. 

1st Ward— Charles Harris, term expires July, 1875 ; Richard 
"Wren, term expires July, 1874. 

2d Ward — J. Ed. ]\Iershon, term expires July, 1875 ; 11. M. 
Newton, term expires July, 1874. 

3d Ward — Bernard Hesse, term expires July, 1875 ; J. Nick- 
odemus, term expires July, 1874. 

4th Ward — Lucius P. Mason, term expires July, 1875 ; Geo. 
W. Morley, term expires July, 1874. 

5th Ward— C. B. Jones, term expires July, 1875 ; Henry 0. 
Ripley, term expires July, 1874. 

6tb Ward— C. W. Ellis, term expires July, 1875; 0. A. 
Eridlendcr, term expires July, 1874. 

7th Ward— W. H. Cambrey, term expires July, 1875 ; M. M. 
S. Vincent, term expires July, 1874. 

8th Ward — H. M. Youmans, term expires July, 1875 ; J. B. 
Terry, term ex})ires July, 1874. 

President, 0. ]?. Jones ; Secretary, James B. Peter; Treas- 
urer, Wm. II. Coats ; Messenger, Ceo. P. Butkr. 



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STANDIJSa COMMITTEES, 

Teuchors auci Scliool Books — Inspectors Newton, Youmans, 

.„d iroase. 1934822 

Schools — Inspectors llesse, Ellis, and Newton. 

School Houses — Inspectors Morley, Vincent, and Wren. 

Building — Inspectors Uarris, Cainbrey, and Morley, 

Grounds and Fuel — Inspectors Mason, Nickodemus, and 
Terry. 

Library — Inspectors Fridlender, Ellis, and Harris. 

Auditing — Inspectors Ripley, Mershon, and Fridlender. 

Superintendent of Public Schools — H. S. Tarbell. 

Committee on School Houses — Chester B. Jones, Henry 0. 
llipley, Richard Wren. 

The following table will show the location, and in the 
opinion of the Committee the value of our school property, 
also the amount of insurance. 



NAME OF 

scnooL. 


a 
a 
■< 

is 

1 
2 
3 
3 
8 
4 
6 
6 
6 
7 
8 


Location . 


o 
a 


o 

■S§g 


o 

as 


Vftlne of 
Grounds, 
Buildings, 
and Furni- 
ture. 


•a ■ 

e 
a 


Potter 

Crary 

Houghton.. 
Cicrmania.. 
Central .... 


Corner Fifth and Norman... 

Corner Ciirroll and Webster 

Johnson, between Eighth 

and Ninth 

Corner of Tliird and Tuscola 

German, between Clay and 
Rockwell 


Wood 
Brick 

Wood 
Brick 

Brick 


4 

4 

8 

7 


286 
2&1 

222 
418 

010 


$6,500 

28,000 

6,500 
25,000 

40,000 

1,700 

37,000 
9,600 

600 

1.700 
6,000 


$4,500 
18,600 

4,500 
16,000 

27,600 


4th Ward.. 


Cherry, between Ninth and 
Tenth, 6 lots only . 




Uojt 

Emerson... 
Wadsworth 


Betw(jen Uoyt and Kinerson 

and Jefferson and Cuss 

Between Merrill and Mott.. 

German Colony Road, near 
Genesee 


Brick 
Brick 

Wood 



4 

1 


825 

211 

40 


24,100 
6,250 

600 


7th Ward... 


Donglass, between First and 
Second, C lots only . . 




Sth Ward... 


Mackintkw street .. 


Wood 


4 
42 


804 












2,025 


$104,500 


$100,860 



From the Fourteenth Annual Report of tho Board of Edu- 
cation for the year ending July 30th, 1873, just published, we 
l/leiin th<! following : 



36 KAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 



Receipts, $5G,342 8G; disbursements, 644,998 25, leaving a 
balance on band of $11,344 Gl. W. 11. Coats, Treasurer. 

Tbe teacbers, and tbeir several positions and salaries, for the 
ensuing year are as follows : 

CENTRAL SCHOOL. 

A. Principal of High Scbool, Prof. 0. D. Thompson, $1,500 ; 
A. Isfc Assistant in High School, Miss Anna S. Peck, $700 ; 
A. and B. Special Teacher in German and Drawing, Mrs. 
Emma Obenaur, $700; A. 2d Assistant in High School, Miss 
Agnes Sinclair, $G00 ; B. Principal of Grammar department, 
Miss Louisa Johnson, $700; B. Assistant in Grammar depart- 
ment, Miss Ida "WoodrufT, $500 ; 0. Ungraded Department, 
Mrs. L. E. Piper, $550 ; 1). 3d Primary, Miss Ilattie Martin, 
$400 ; E. 2d Primary, iliss Ita P. Midler, $3G0 ; F. 1st Pri- 
mary, Miss Libbic 0. Richardson, $3G0. 

rOTTER. 

A. Intermediate and 3d Primary, Miss Marion E. Goldie, 
$480; B. 2d Primary, Miss A. L. Davis, $400 ; 0. 1st and 2d 
Primary, Miss llattie F. Goldie, $400 ; D. 1st Primary, Miss 
Piiinice A. Vinton, $400. 

CRARY. 

A. Intermediate, Miss Livonia Parmenter, $480 ; B. 3d Pri- 
mary, Miss Mary Williams, $400 ; C. 2d Primary, Miss Marion' 
Hathaway, $400 ; D. 1st Primary, Miss Eva Williams, $3G0. 

UOUGUTON. 

A. 3d Primary, Miss Rhoda E. Selleck, $400 ; B. 2d Primary, , 
Miss Flora J. Greene, $3G0; C. 1st and 2d Primary, Miss ■ 
Almeda E.Wight, $400; D. 1st and 2d Primary, (German I 
Department), J^liss Augusta Prank, $400. 

1^ 

GERMANIA. | 

A. Intermediate from Central School, Miss E. A. AVight, I 
$480 ; B. German, Mr. Philip Keinath, $800 ; C. Intermediate^, I 



EAST SAGINAW DIUECTOIIY. 37 

Miss Cornelia A. Ashman, $-180 ; D. 3d Primary, Miss E. Alice 
Wells, $400; E. ^d German from Central, Miss Helen M. 
Christ, $400; R 2d Primary, Miss Anna Bnchner, $400 : G. 1st 
Trimary, ]\Iiss Emma Final, HOO. 

IfOYT. 

A. Principal of CIrammar, j\Iiss E. !S. Brooks, $700; B. Prin- 
cipal of Crammar, Miss Camilla Richardson, $700; A. and B. 
Assistant in Grammar, Miss Leilah V. Palmer, $300 for three 
hours per diem; C. Intermediate, Mrs. Rose Leroy, $480; 
I), od Primary, Miss Mary E. Woodruft*, $400 ; E. 2d Primary, 
Miss Ilonora ^McNamara, $400; F. 1st Primary, Miss Maggie 
Merrill, $400. 

EMEIISON, 

A. 3d Primary, Miss Phcbe Talbot, $400 ; B. 2d Primary, 
Miss Jesse Caughill, $400 ; C. 1st and 2d Primary, Miss Mary 
llyland, $400; D. 1st Primary, Miss Alice L. Clark, $400. 

SEVENTH WAKD. 

A. 1st Primary, Mrs. Euphemia McGregor, $400. 

KIGIITII WAKD. 

A. Principal of Grammar Department, Mr. Lewis J. Gibson, 
$1,100; A. Assistant in Grammar. Miss M. A. Shattuck, $500 ; 
B. Intermediate and 3d Primary, Mrs. R. L. DcLand, $480 ; C 
2d Primary, Miss Evelyn DeLand, $400 ; D. 1st and 2d Pri- 
mary, Miss Sarah Humphrey, $400. 

Besides the above, Mr. I. S. Townsend has been employed to 
give instrnctions in penmanship during the fall term for $350, 

II. M. Newton, C. A. Harris, Committee on Teachers and 
Scliool Books. 

The annual report of the Board of Education, about a year 
sincc.gave the cash value of school property in East Saginaw 
at $135,000; in Saginaw Cily at $130,000, and in Bay City ut 
11)9,000. The number of children enrolled in East Saginaw 
was 2/JOO; in Saginaw City 2,150; in Bay City 1,941. These 
(ignrcs have been greatly angnienled since, as all are aware. 



38 l^AST SAGINAW DIIIKCTOKY. 



CHURCH DIRECTORY. 



First ]Japtist Church. — Jefferson, between Genesee and 
German streets; Eev. A. B. AVhite, pastor. * 

First Oongregational Cnuiicii. — Southwest corner of 
Jefferson and Hayclen streets ; Rev. Wm. Delos Love, D. D., 
pastor. 

First Methodist Ciidrch. — South Jefferson street near 
corner of William street ; Rev. David Casler, pastor. 

First Presbyterian" Church. — Southwest corner of Ger- 
man and Washington streets. A new one will soon be erected 
on the corner of MiHard and Warren streets; Rav. Thomas 
Thomas Middlemas, pastor. 

German Methodist Church. — Warren, between Lapeer 
and Tuscola streets ; Rev. John R. Bodmer, pastor. 

St. Paul's Ei'ISCopal Chuugh. — Northeast corner of Lapeer 
and AVarron streets; Rev. J. W. Chirk, Rector. 

St. Mary's, Roman Catholic Church. — Nortlieast corner 
of Uoyt and Welles streets ; Rev. Father Francis Theo. Van 
Der Bom, pastor. Sabbath service — low mass, 8 o'clock, A. 
M. French and German sermons every alternate Sabbath. 
High mass, 10.} A. M., English sermon. Sabbath School, 3 
P. M. Vespers at 3 P. M. Mass held every day at 8. A. M. 
Communicants numbered 1,43^ ; church population 2,945 in 
1871, within city limits. The increase up to date probably 
numbers 1,800 communicants, and a church population of 
perhaps 3,500. Adjoining the chureh is a school with au 
average of 350 pupils, and four sisters, — Motlier Superior 
Anastasia, Bertha, Appulomia, andThecla, — from the Convent 
of the Sisters of the f nimaculato Heart of Mary. 



EAST SAQINAAV DIRECTORY. 39 



St. Joseph CnuRcn (English).— Corner of Sears and Sixth; 
wa detlicated Sept. 7th, 1873 ; temporarily attended by the 
Reverend from St. ]\Iary's church. Services the same as above 
ehurch. 

ItBll ^^- JoHANifES Evangelical Lutherak Church (Ger- 
man).— Corner of German and Rockwell streets; Rev. Conrad 
Volz, pastor. 

Spiritual Congregation".— Hall, Penny block, corner of 
Ocuesee and Franklin streets ; regular services, but no r^^ular 
pnstor. 

ZiON Baptist Church (Colored).— Corner Johnson and 
Kockwell streets ; Rev. TI. Latter, pastor. 

African Methodist Church (Colored).— Northeast corner 
of Warren and William streets ; Rev. II. II. Wilson, pastor. 

Florence Mission Union Sabbath School.— Held at 
Bchool house, Florence. 

Union Temperance Sabbath School.— Meet every Sab- 
bath at Parsons' Ilall, German street, at 3:45 p. m.; member- 
ship about 100, mostly young people. E. J. McClintock, 
Superintendent; A. C. Parsons and 0. L. Mason, Teachers of 
tlio Bible Class, which numbers from 50 to 70— a very largo 
class. 

Other Sabbath Schools are at the several churches. 



BUSINESS AND ENTERPRISES. 



EAST SAGINAW GAS-LIGHT COMPANY. 
This Company have about seven miles of gas pipe laid, 
ninety street lamps set, and 500 consumers. During the j)ast 
year about 10,000,000 cubic feet of gas was used. The increas- 
ing dfrnand:-! for gus liave necessitated the erection and 



-10 KAST SAGINAW DIHECTORY. 

improvemeuts to their works, among which is a fine building 
ou South AViiter near ]5ristol street bridge ; cost about 
870,000. The Company own about three acres in a triangle 
shape here, whicli gives thera ample room for doing a large 
business. Tlie city pays the Com|)auy 83 per thousand cubic 
feet, while individuals pay $3 50. The office of the Company is 
in JIcFarlin block, North Washington street. Officers, etc., are, 
J. K. Rose, President and Treasurer ; Henry Day of New York 
city, Vice President; Charles II. Burton, Secret^i^'y; Fred. J. 
Burton, Collector; Thos. Edsall, Superintendent; AYm. Clif- 
ton, l^Ianaging Superintendent of the works, and Charles 
Ready, Lamp-lighter. 



SAGINAW lilVEIl BRIDGE COMPANY. 

The first bridge over the Saginaw River, known as Genesee 
street bridge, was a wood structure, built by a Mr. Brown in 
18G3, rebuilt in April, 187;J, and mainly constitutes an iron 
bridge, of Slater Bros', patent; the entire span from shore to " 
shore is 750 feet; (he longest span 150 loot; the swing 100 feet, | 
and when open it leaves 80 feet in the clear for vessels to pass \ 
on either side of the swing. Cost, $35,000. 

The capital stock of the company is $50,000. Ofticcrs of 
the company arc John F. Driggs, President and Superin- 
tendent, who has acted as such ever since its organization; t 
Julius K. Rose, Secretary and T^reasurer. Directors are J. P. 
Driggs, J. K. Rose, Edwin Eddy, and J. S. Curtis. Rates of f 
toll allowed by their charter: A double team, 13 cents; a 
single horse and carriage, 10 cents; a horse led or driven with ■ i 
a team, 3 cents; horse with rider, 10 cents; foot passengers, 
Scents; sheep and swine, 1 cent each; cattle and horses in 
droves, 3 cents; extra vehicle attached to wagon or carriage, 
10 cents. A reduction of 20 per cent made from above rates 
upon tickets purchased in given quantities. 



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EAST SAGINAW DIRECTOUY. 41 

PLANK KOAD. 

The East JSagiuaw, Vassar, and Sanilac PJank Koad is 
eighteen miles in length, — a toll road ; rates, 72 cents for a two- 
horse team or carriage to Vussar; 36 cents for a single horse 
and carriage ; foot passengers free ; one and a half cents per 
head for stock in droves. 

T. North, SupcrinteudcnL, residence, Vassar ; AVm. Hntton, 
(oll-gate keeper, east city limit. j^ 



HOME FOli THE FlUENDLESS. 

The East Saginaw Home for the Friendless, and Industrial 
School was organized Wednesday, j\[arch 30th, 1870, since 
when it has been in a most jlourishing condition. 

Annual election of oflicers occurs the first Wednesday in 
April in each year. Average number at the Home during the 
past year, ten. J3ouations of whatever kind are earnestly desired 
and most thankfully received. The management from the 
first are certainly deserving much credit, and a live interest 
bhouhl be taken by each and all good citizens for the support 
and sustenance of so benevolent an institution. 

The present officers are us follows: Mrs. John F. Driggs, 
President; Mrs. Jelferson F. Bundy, First Vice President; 
Mrs. Roswell G. Horr, Second Vice President; Mrs. Samuel 
Dickinson, Secretary ; Mrs. Charles K. llobinson, Correspond- 
ing Secretary ; Mrs. William Wylie, Treasurer; Mrs. — . Dixon 
Matron. 



STEAMBOAT LINES. 

Messrs. Gooding & Owen, forwarding and commission mer- 
chants, are agents for the following line of steamers; office, 
Burt block, North Water street, East Saginaw : Saginaw, 
Alpena, and Luke Shore line of steamers — Geo. L. Dunlap, 




43 KAST HAOIKAW DIUEOTOltY. 



Capt. Wm. Brown; Jolm Sherman, Capt. John Stewuii 
Boats leave East Saginaw daily at 9 A. M., and Bay City oi 
arrival of Detroit trains. This line carries the United StaU 
mail. Cleveland, Detroit, and Saginaw line of steamers — Bi-u 
ton, Capt. a. W. McGregor ; St. Joseph, Capt. Win. Fall. .\ 
semi-weekly line; leave East Saginaw Tnesdays and Fridayd 
East Saginaw and Bay City line of steamers, — Daniel Ball 
Capt. Robert Medler ; L. G. Mason, Capt. Wm. Monroe. Leavi 
East Saginaw G:45, 9, and 11 A. M., 1, 3, and y:|6 P. M. Also 
leave Bay City same hours ; fare, 25 cents. East Saginaw aiul 
Carrollton ferry steamer Eva English, Capt. John Ilenning; 
leave East Saginaw 6:45 A. M., and once each hour there- 
after. Saginaw and East Saginaw ferry, Mary Bell, plie.s 
between these points; fare, seven cents. 



UNDERWIlITEllS' ASSOCIATION. 

The Underwriters' Association of East Saginaw was organ- 
ized May 2l8t, 1872. Otnccrs: P. II. Andrews, President; 
Conrad Eey, Vice President; George Lockley, Secretary ; EJ. 
P. Allen, Treasurer; Execulive Committee are Conrad Fey, 
George Lockley, and 0. A. Ilolmes. 



EAST SAGINAW CITY RAILWAY. 

The East Saginaw City Railway Company commenced 
building the Washington street railway in the summer of 
18G4, extending from the F. & P. M. R. R. to the Selina 
House, a distance of three miles. The Company has a lease 
for right of way for thirty yours. The railway is at present 
stocked with seven cars, four in daily use, tv/enty-six horses, | 
and employ an average of thirteen men. There are six men 
employed for the four cars which run over the line at regular 
intervals under the pay-box system. Fare through, 10 CL-nts; 



EAST SAGINAW DIUECTORY. 43 



¥ 



(boi the F. & P. M. depot to Bristol street, 5 cents. W. J. 
B*rlow, Superintendent. Stables are on Washington, between 
Aitor and Potetr streets. 



EAST SAGINAW OMNIBUS LINE. 

This line runs to and from all trains on the J., L. & S. 
E K., ¥. & P. M. R. 11, hotels, and private houses ; fare, 25 
cents. C. A. Clark, Agent. Stables and barn on Washington, 
between Astor and Potter streets. 



THE PRESS. 

There are four offices in East Saginaw, viz : the Enterprise,. 
(Rop.) daily and weekly; Courier, (Deni.) daily and weekly; 
Zoitung, (German) a weekly, and one small job printing office, 
Wm. T. Rich, proprietor. Each of the above named offices 
have extensive facilities for doing all kinds of job printing. 



DRIVING PARK ASSOCIATION, 

The East Saginaw Driving Park Association has been organ- 
ized, with a capital stock of $10,000, in shares of 125, each. 
W. J. Bartow, President; T. P. Sheldon, Secretary. A full 
mile track, and buildings including a line Grand Stand, com- 
plete in all the necessary appointments in keeping with a first 
class course. The Saginaw County Agricultural Society 
occupy these with, grounds adjoining. 



EAST SAGINAW AND SAGINAW BREWERIES. 

There are no less than ten lircweries hero in operation, viz ; 
Mowbray & Richardson'o, Darmstetter's, Schvem & Shokheit's, 
Eiist Saginaw Steam Brewery, Alex. Rothka, E. Zei^jner's, P. 
& J. Racke, (Mirid. Leonai'd, Kodmairs, and J. Rose's. Several 



i4: EAST SAGINAW DIRKCTORT. 



of these have spacious buildings and every facility necessary 
for making a good article of ale and lager. P. & J. Racke art 
building a new brewery on Lapeer, and John Rose & Sons are 
contemplating building anew, as their old quarters have 
become insutlicicnt. 



SPICE MILLS. 

The Valley City Spice Mills, of some five years' standing 
under the lirm name of Taggett, Plumb & Co., are no small 
item of interest as one branch of our industry in manufacture. 
"These mills are the only ones of the kind in Northern Michi- 
gan, and during the five years have built up a large trade 
throughout the State. We therefore cannot hesitate to recom- 
mend this lirm as reliable, with whom it is a pleasure to do 
business. 



UNITED STATES GAUGER. 
James A. Hinckley, U. S. Ganger, office with W. J. Love- 
land, the Deputy Collector, ][ess block, South AVasliiugton 
street. East Saginaw. 



STAGE LINES. 

A daily stage (M. K. Curry, proprietor) leaves the Everett 
House, East Saginaw, at 1:30 i>. m., for Gates, 12 miles, fare, 
$1 00; Watrousvilie, 21 miles, fare, 81 50; Wahjemaga, 25 
miles, fare, $1 75; Caro, 30 miles, fare $3; Sebawaing, 38 
miles, fare $3; Newbury, 41 miles, fare, U 75 ; Vassar, 20 
miles, fare, $1 ; Unionville, 3G miles, fare, $2 50. 

The Saginaw & Vassar Stage Line, Michael Curry, proprie- 
tor, leaves East Saginaw daily,— Tuscola, 18 miles, fare 75 
cents; Vassar, 20 miles, fare, 81. 

Messrs. Reed & Green, proprietors of the Lake Shore Mail 
and Stage Line, plying between Standish and Alpena daily— 



EAST SAGINAW DIllECTOKY. 45 



SitADce, 130 miles ; fare, $9. The names of the stations are 
Hi follows : iStiuulish, Aninao (or Pino Ilivor), Jlillo Kivcr, 
Au Ores, ^saud Point, MudiBou's, Alabaster, Tawas City, East 
Tnwas, All Sauble, McDougal's Landing (or Green Bush), 
Hurrisonville, Alcona, Black lliver, Ossineke, Alpena. 

Oco. Linder, proprietor of the Scbawaing, Unionville and 
Bay City Mail and Stage Line: daily line] office. Globe 
Hotel, Bay City; distance, 30 miles; fare, ^2. To Union- 
ville, 22 miles ; fare, $1 50. 



SOCIETIES. 



MASONIC. 

Saginaw Lodge, V. & A. M., No. 77.— Hall Hill block,' 
North Washington street, betwecu Genesee and Tuscola, lleg- 
ular communications, first Tuesday iu each month; specials 
intervening. Officers : D. D. Keeler, W. M. ; Rev. J. S. Good- 
man, S. W. ; I. L. Wiun, J. W. ; W. L Howard, Secretary ; 
Egbert TenEyck, Treasurer; R. L. Jones, S. D. ; Wm. Grant, 
-J. D. ; W. T. Markey, Tyler. Election of officers occur the 
first regular communication preceding the festival of St. John 
the Baptist. 

Ancient Landmarks Lodge, F. & A. M., No. 303.— Regular 
communications iu their hall, Hess block. North Washington, 
first Wednesday ou or before full moou each month ; specials 
intervening. Officers: Fred. J. Burton, W. M. ; Douglass 
lloyt, S. W.: 0. A. Fricdlaudcr, J. W. ; J. B. Stnniford, Secre- 
tary ; John J. AVheeler, Treasurer; H. 1*. Rogers, S. T).; J. 0. 
Valentine, J. D. ; ^V. T. Markey, Tyler. 



46 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 



Salina Lodge, ¥. & A. M., No. 155. — Was organized in th 
fall of 18G5. Kegular commuuications Monday evenings, in 
tlieir hull, C. Mouller's block, east side of Mackinaw street, 8ll 
ward. Ofljcers : E. A. Martindale, W. M. ; II. Rathborn, S. W.; 
W. Williamson, J. AV. ; J. C. Ilumplirey, Secrei;ary ; H. fl. Bra- 
ley, Treasurer; N. Weston, S. D. ; R A. Weston, J. D.; J 
Van Sickle, Tyler. 

Saginaw Valley Chapter, R. A. M., No. 31. — Hold regu- 
lar convocations on the first Thursday in each month; 
specials intervening. This lodge was chartered January 12th, 
18G4. Its officers are, AV. J. Bartow, 11. P. ; Mark Ilodson, 
K.; Fred. E. lloyt, S.; D. D. Keeler, 0. II. ; Rev. J. S. Good- 
man, P. S.; A. G. Anderson, R. A. C. ; I. L. Winn, M. 3d V.; 
Charles Straw, M. 2d V.; J. C. Valentine, Secretary; Doug- 
lass Hoyt, Treasurer ; AV. T. Markey, Sentinel. The order is 
about 125 strong. 

St. Bernard's Commandery, Knight's Templar, No. 16. 
— Regular stated conclave held in their Asylum, Hess block, 
South Washington street, the first Friday in each month ; spe- 
cials, on call, intervening. Tiio Knights number seventy-five 
swords. Otlicers: Edwin Saunders, E. 0. ; Joshua Tuthill, 
G.; George Lockiey, C. G. ; Rev. J. S. Goodman, P.; Frank 
Lawrence, S. AV. ; AVilliam H. DeForest, J. AV. ; J. Tuthill, 
Treasurer; Lew B. Clark, Recorder; R. Laughrey, Standard 
Bearer; L. W. Simpson, Sword Bearer; George W. Hill, W.; 
William T. Markey, Sentinel ; Fred. E. Hoyt, 0. Ten Eyck, and 
E. AV. Lyon, Guards. 



ODD FELLOWS. f 

0-SAw-WA-BON Lodge, I. 0. 0. F., No. 74. — Meet in their > 

i 

hall, Wisner block, northeast corner Genesee and Franklin, '^t 
every Friday evening. Officers: I. L. AVarren, N. O; George 
Crabbe, V. G.; AV. T. Arnold, R. S.; A. Ferguson, P. S.; H- 
S. Averell, Treasurer. 



EAST SAGINAW DIKECTOKY. 4:7 



I BuENA Vista Lodge, I. 0. 0. F., No. 182.~Meet in their 
^luUI, AVisiier block, northeast corner Genesee and Franklin 
fllrcets, every Monday evening. Officers: Homer Pratt, N". G. ; 
,f Howard E. Barker, V. G. ; Thomas M. Uayes, E. S. ; George B. 
: Abbot, P. S.; Eicluird R. Morgan, Treasurer. 
I Oriental Lodge, I. 0. 0. F., No. 188. — Was organized June 
4th, 1872. Regular communications, Tuesday evenings, in their 
hull, west side of Mackinaw street, over Zeigen's store. Officers : 
A. J. Smith, N. G.; B. F. Taylor, V. G. ; A. E. Weston, Secre- 
tary; A. J. Caldcrwood, P. S.; II. IL Bradley, Treasurer; Wm. 
Wood, 11. S. S.; Arthur Ingledcw, L. S. 8.; D. D. Chatterton, 
W.; II. D. Randall, 0. ; Wm. Lucas, I. G.; J. McGowan, 
0. G. ; Daniel Curry, P. G.; L. II. Deleveigh, R. S. of N. G. ; 
A. Schnapp, L. S. of N. G.; P. Stein, R. S. of V. G.; E. 
Rambo, L. S. of V. G. j\Iembership, about GO. 

IIekman Lodge, I. 0. 0. F., No. 195. — Meet in their hall, 
Wisner block, every Tuesday evening. Herman Zwerk, N. 
G. ; Matthias Mergeu, Y, G.; Charles G. Meyer, R. S.; Edward 
Wcinecke, P. S. ; William Zwerk, Treasurer. Membership 
about ;]5. Election of officers, twice each year, January and 
June. 

Valley Encampment, No. 20. — Meet first and third 
Wednesday in each month. Officers: A. B. Bloomer, C. P.; 
George A. Sayer, II. P.; H. S. Averell, S. W.; James T. Ran- 
dall, S. ; D. R. Ring, Treasurer. 

There arc 202 Lodges, and 57 encampments in the State of 
Michigan. 

Grand officers of 'the State : T. E. Doughty, G. M. ; Alex- 
ander Ferguson, G. P. of the Encampment. 

Total number of Odd Fellows in East Saginaw, about three 
hundred and fifty. 

AzuiiE Lodge Daughters of Rebekah, No. 43. — Meet 
in Odd Fellow's Hall, Wisner block, second and fourth Tues- 
day in each month. Officers: P. 11. Andrews, N. G.; Mr3. 



48 EAfaT SAGIXAW DIKECTOEY. |l 

— 4 1 

A. Ferguson, V. G. ;' Sirs. II. S. Averell, K. S. ; George Orabbe,f 

P. S.; Mrs. Robert Biirgo, Treasurer. i| 

There are 52 Lodges of Kebekali degrees in Michio-an. M 



GOOD TEMPLARS. 

L 0. G. T., No. 273. — Meet in Lloyd block, No. 13?f 
South AVashington street, every IMonday evening. George N.-^ 
Williams, W. C. We are unable to give the balance of the 
officers for want of the desired information. :]| 

L 0. G. T., No. G07.— Meet in Parson's Elall, German 
street, every Monday evening. Membership, about one « 
hundred and sixty-five. OfKcers: Thomas Sager, W. 0. T.; | 
Miss Anna Buchner, W. V. T.; A. D. Farnsworth, W. S.; K^ 
C. Laing, W. T.; A. 0. Parsons, W. M.; Miss Maria Arnold, 
W. D. M.; George Lincoln, W. F. S. ; Miss Lizzie Jenkins, W. 

A. S. ; , R. II. S. ; , L. n. s. ; Miss Kate McCaus- 

land, AY. L G. ; George Dobson, W. 0. G.; ^Y. C. Latta, W. C. 
The above were installed by the D. D., Rev. J. S. (Joodmau, 
Monday, August 11th, 1873. . ,. 

Election ofollicers of the above societies occurs every three 
months. 

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 
This order was organized March 18th, 1873. Their hall is 
located over Mosher & ]\Iick]ey's store, Genesee street. Char, 
ter members are James G. Terry, C. 0. ; W. R. Bates, P. C. • 
J. A. Ilollon,' V. C. ; George II. Richardson, K. of R. S. ; H. h! 
Hoyt, M. at A.; George AY. Hill, M. of F.; T. B. Spencer, L 
G.; J. L. Hayden, 0. G. i\Ieetings every Thursday evening. 
Election occurs in May eacli year. Present officers: Joe A- 
Ilollon, 0. C.; AV. R. Bates, P. C; H. H. Hoyc, V. 0.; A. A. 
Hay, P.; J. L. Hajden, K. of R. S.: C. S. Brown, M. at A. ; 
Herman Koch, M. of R; Ferd A. Ashley, L G. ; Fred. S. 
Norcros.-^, O. G. Membor^ihip, about nv,. 



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EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 49 

GERMANIA SOCIETY. 

The Germania Society was organized in 1855, and reorgan- 
ized in 18G5. The Society meets quarterly, commencing on 
tlto first Sabbath in January. It is divided into several 
branches, viz: Singing, Gymnastic, Library, Museum, and 
School, each of which are in a flourishing condition and have 
independent officers governing the Society. No debt encum- 
bers them, and their capital in cash and other property 
amounts to about 650,000. The membership consists of about 
ono hundred and lifty. Their meetings are held in their 
ichool building on Lapeer, between 3d and 4th streets^ 
Officers; Henry Melcher, President; Frederick Oppermann,. 
Vice President; Herman Vasoldt, Secretary; Chris. Palm, 
Treasurer. 



ARBEITER UNTERSTUETZUNG VEREIN. 

The main object of this Society is known as the Working 
Men's Mutual Benefit Association, Avhose Hull is located over 
Jacob Korb's store, corner of Lapeer and AVebsLer streets. 
Ollicers are, Conrad Eey, Pn-sideut ; Ered. Klein, Vice Presi- 
dent. I'heir regular meetings are held tlie second and fourth 
Thursdays in each month. They also are in a flourishing con- 
dition, and number about 300 members. 



LYRA SINGING SOCIETY. 

The Lyra Society meet Tuesday and Friday evenings in 
I their rooms, a new hall, corner Clay and Lapeer streets, for 
Tocal and musical exercises. Business meetings, first Wednes- 
day in each month. Ofiicers: G. W. Bruske, President; A. 
Schrimer, Vice President; Jacob Schwartz, Treasurer; F, 
Nies, Secretary; Philip Kcinath, Professor of Music ; Rudolph 
Bruske, Collector. 
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50 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 

LIBRARY ASSOCIATION OF EAST SAGINAW. 

The Young Men's Association, and the Ladies' Libran 
Society, respectively organized in I8G0 and 18G7, consolidatei' 
in March, 1873, Their library contains about 2,000 volumet 
Rooms in Grouse block, over 209 Genesee street. Open Sal 
urday afternoon and evening each week. Officers : W. !> 
Bates, President ; Miss Jane White, Secretary ; J. A. Hollou 
Treasurer. 

CALEDONIAN CLUB. 

The Caledonian Club was organized in May, 1866, at tiu 
shoe store of Daniel Forrest in Pendell block. South Washing- 
ton street. East Saginaw, at which time only five persons com- 
posed the organization, viz : Daniel Forrest, A. R. Sutherland, 
A. G. Cameron, Allen Cameron, and John McKay, the latter 
deceased. It is composed of Scotchmen, their sons and grand- 
sons. The Club is now in a most flourishing condition. lU 
objects are to preserve and perpetuate their ancient sports and 
games, and for the development of physical and muscular 
powers, for which this people arc most noted. The Society is 
not unmindful in extending charity towards their countrymen 
when worthy and needy, and we welcome them on American 
soil. Officers of the Club are, Thomas Steele, Chief; Allen 
McLean, First Chieftain; Thomas Clark, Second Chieftain; 
George Watt, Third Chieftain; Charles Bell, Fourth Chief- 
tain ; A. G. Cameron, Secretary ; Andrew Ramsey, Treasurer 
and Daniel Forrest, Chairman of the Executive Committee 
Regular meetings of the Club held at Parson's Business Col 
lege Ilall, German street, first Tuesday evening in each month 



ST. ANDREW'S SOCIETY. 

The St. Andrew's Society occupy rooms known as Parson's 
Business College Hall on German street. East Saginaw. Char- 
ity and benevolence extended to Scotchmen, their sons and 



EAST SAGIKAW DIRECTORY. 51 



,'|nind-sou3 who may require aid from this society, and when 

ll^Dd worthy, are its principal objects. The society is a flour- 

lUtiog one, having purchased a beautiful banner last year at 

I cost of about $200. Officers : Thomas Steel, President ; 

I J»mea W. Dawson, First Vice President ; R, McLean, Second 

Vice President; Thomas Clark, Treasurer; J. M. Campbell, 

Secretary; William Smith, Assistant Secretary; Robert 

McKenzic, Chaplain ; J. M. Campbell, Physician. The Board 

of Managers consists of William Smith, Alexander Clark, 

George Smith, John Findlater, and James McGregor. Organ- 

jicd in 18G5. Number 100 members. Meet on call of the 

President or Secretary. 



AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 
Saginaw County Agricultural Society held their eighth 
annual fair September 24-5-0, 1873. Officers: Robert 
Ure, President; A. A. Parsons, Secretary; Thomas L. Jack- 
aon, Treasurer; W. J. Bartow, John Baxter, Lewis Penoyer, 
aud George C, Warner, Vice Presidents; J. P. Allison, C. C. 
JJatchelor, W. L. Webber, Bernard Uaack, D. L. C. Eaton, D. 
M. Cook, aud Noah S. Beach, members of the Committee; 
Charles L. Benjamin, Marshal. 



' LYCEUM. 
Parson's Business College Lyceum was organized in 1870. 
Meet every Saturday evening at Parson's Ilall, German street. 
Election of officers occurs every three months. The present 
ofllcers are, Jacob Klein, President; John Davis, Vice Presi- 
dent; J. J. Rupp, Secretary and Treasurer; Abdiel C. Par- 
sons, Critic. The Literary Committee consists of Bettes, 
Rupp, and AViggins. 



53 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTOUY. 

ATHENEUM. 

The Young People's Atheneimi was organized August 2d, 
1873. Meet in Puvson's Hall every Saturday evening. OflScerg: 
T. Cleland, Jr., President ; Miss Eftie Gaines, 1st Vice Presi- 
dent; Miss Eliza Johnson, 2d Vice President; George Lin- 
coln, Secretary; Miss Martha Arnold, Treasurer; Miss Emma 
Twaits, Librarian ; AVra. Gray, AVm. II. Parsons, Miss Lizzie 
Buchanan, Miss Mattie Crane, Miss Bessie Richardson, Execu- 
tive Committee; J. II. Perkins, J. II. Norris, George Massej, 
Miss Mattie Crane, Miss Rosa Tuttle, and Mrs. Charles Crane, 
Musical Committee. T. Cleland, Jr., G. E. Lincoln, J. H. 
Perkins, TVm. Gray, Miss Martha Arnold, Miss Emma Twaite, 
Literary Committee. Membership, from twenty-five to thirty. 



MOULDER'S UNION. 

The East Saginaw ^toulder's Union, No. 220, was granted a 
charter from the Moulder's International Union August loth, 
1871. Meet in Parson's Hall the first and third Thursday 
evening in each month. The charter members are as folloAvs: 
AVm. Laflin, President; James Carroll, 1st Vice President; 
Thomas Walsh, 2d Vice President; W. B. Hayes, 3d Vice 
President; John II. Dance, 4th Vice President; Wm. Whaley, 
Recording Secretary ; Peter Meaney, Treasurer. 



TEACHERS' SOCIETY. 

Organized in 1871; are inactive; no fiirther information 
obtained. 

COLLEGE. 
Parson's Business College, located on the south side of Ger- 
man, betAveen Franklin and Washington streets, A. C. & H. 
Parsons, Principals, is in a nourishing condition. 



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53 



MEDICAL SOCIETY. 
At one time there existed a Saginaw County Medical Asso- 
ciation, of whicli no information is obtained as to its existence 
it present. 



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KESIIEPt SHELL BARSEL. 

The ancient Jewish order of Kesher Shell Barsel, No. 110, 
was organized in June, 1873. Its objects are benevolent, 
ifenibership numbers about thirty ; in a flourisliing condi- 
tion. Their meetings are hold in liuena Vista block, Genesee, 
corner of AVatcr street, formerly ]\rasonic Hall, on the tirst and 
tiiird Sabbaths in each month. Election of oflicers occur in 
January and July in eacli year. OHicers: Herman Bendit, 
President; Robert Phillips, Vice Prciideut ; F. Goldsmith, 
Secretary; Samuel Schott, Treasurer; L. Mantncr, Inside 
Guard. 



BOAT CLUB. 

There is a Boat Club in East Saginaw, whose organization 
has not been perfected up to September 1st, 1873. 



RAILROADS. 



The Flint & Pere Marquette Railroad was first opened to 
East Saginaw in December, 18G;i. The road is now completed 
to Reed City, a distance of 207 miles from Monroe, but Ave 
believe it is the intention to complete it through to Pere Mar- 
quette, on the eastern shore of Lake Michigan, in Mason 
county, and directly west of its present terminus, soon. The 



5i MASr tAGEfJkM 9SmB U M Oa.l . 

Baj City dinaan openfted lij tiwraid, a cii.^- :- :_ "~^ 
miles dovn the merfinNB. Eat Sa^giB£~ i 
vith its maim. line. The Otter Lake : : n 

Otto- Lake^ Jirfair »iartrf mika. i^ 
the afaore caatfonj, as abo tiw Sa^inaT & St. Cl^ Tiiinmaii. 
horn, a point am the Sagiaav lirer. .1 1:1 i.— poitiam if 1^ 

the eitj of East SagimAW and -7 - r 1:- — tj St 

Gfair Jnarfion, iriMie ic eoonr.:: :.-. n. _ . — ajne 

ten winrtpi* ride, pfrhapi tyo auka ir. liir:— I r i^ir^rs 
oftfaeF.&P. lLB.ILare,ILa Poucf, Preadeas; G«x C 
yjwball, Saperiatfdf t; J. W. Ledlie, eewnl tiches 
ageat fi. X. Wilna is keal tkket ageuL Ofiee at the . 
BaMrafl Houe, East Smffrnxw. ^ 

The eatire kud gnat to thu CoBpaa j aBnnlB to 66240t 
acrcfl^ of vhich the laiser portioa has rnir iaio ihiii posaes- 
sion, hat act all, horn the &ct of the OoMpaaj UE^ to 
complj with theKqairf-nriL^ .: :J:= giant, that of < 
the r:^ zzT.zzh by J_ r .::. Uakss 
ankaown to us ii^re lieea -_ :'i rrvta;, a innlkat aff 

the giaat is forfeited. Ti^.s . - 1 are laa tilron^ 

from Rc^ CitT, Bay C5ty, abd Eist Sagiaav to T««; _ ir: r* 
Monroe 10 Tokdfl^ oa the liae of laad ovaed hj the L S. 1 
IL 8. B. R, aad a ear is iliiiwianliil fioai the nr 
tzains at Hdlj iar Detroit. The raad aad eqmpc^ 1 - 
finr iwfl rfiaijlftf in fiiij mpn i, batitisiaa _' 1 ^ z-ii: 
ecoaoMicil basts. 

The Sagiaav Valkj k Si. Loois fiailnMd ^..^ :: .. :t 
priiate capital'in 1871-^ aad vas ufeasallj opeLrl : : :_-i.ii: 
in the latter portioa of 1S72, bat vas fanaally op^ikcd Deeeis- 
ba 31ii. IST^ i^oa which orrwina aa rrmniisa vw girer 
fnm SaginaT City to Si. Loai^ the l^rth cf t^e ivad, Sd 
mUes, to the great satisfactien of slL ^ 

Thiaraad thas £ir b^ f :i : 1 . ^ :j>e Boak f . . f-cia. 

tioas of those lateieBfeed. It l^^a aad aU the . - _ ^ > > : :1 
do, and the demaiid* bare beea s«tdilT :i.crii^i,£ s-. _i .1 



EAST SAGINAW DIUECTORT. 55 

5 require a much greater outlay of capital to equip the road 
equal to the emergency. In consideration of all this the 
November interest on the Company's bonded debt can be fully 
reulized in July, 1873. Knowing ones consider this more 
than any other road anticipated that was ever built in the 
State. Much of this is due, no doubt, to the efficient manage- 
ment in whose hands the burden of care rests, Mr. J. B. 
Qillett, Superintendent, and other oflicials of the road, who 
are equal to all enterprises tending toward developing the 
commercial interests of the Saginaw Valley, viz : L. H. East- 
man, President, and of the firm of AVarner & Eastman, East 
Saginaw, lumbermen ; G. W. Morley, Vice President, of the 
firm of Morley Bros., East Saginaw, hardware merchants; 
A. W. Wright, Treasurer, of the firm of Wright & Wetherell, 
[ \ Saginaw City, lumber and salt manufacturers ; and D. U. 
Jerome, Secretary, Saginaw City, of the firm of D. H. Jerome 
& Co., hardware merchants. Each one of the above are 
known throughout the State as among the largest and most 
active thorough business men to be found in the Valley. 

The Jackson & Lansing Itailroad Company was organized 
iu December, 18G3, and the building commenced at once. 
a* The road was opened for business to Lansing in June, 18G6. 
" From this point the Company resolved into the Jackson, Lan- 
sing & Saginaw Railroad, and the road was extended through 
to Wenona December 9th, 1868, when it was opened for the 
transaction of a general railroad business. In the spring of 1873 
the J., L. & S. R. E. Co. extended their line through to Otsego 
Lake, a distance of 255 miles, since when it has been in opera- 
tion, having all it could do. This road has been operated by 
the Michigan Central Railroad Company since September Ist, 
1871. The laud grant to this Company amounts to 500,000 
acres of valuable farming and timbered lands, which are now in 
market and for sale by 0. M. Barnes, Secretary and Land 
Commissioner of this Company at Lansing. Henry A. Hay- 
den of Jackson, President; Wm. D. Thompson of Jackson, 



56 EAST SAGINAW DIHECTOKY. 

Treasurer ; Major George C. Iloppei', Assistant Superintend- 
ent, oftice at Saginaw City. 

The management of this road deserves much credit, and 
they have brouglit it to become second to no other in the 
State, and it is one of which its patrons, especially throughout 
the Valley, feel proud. The employes of this road are those 
promoted by real merit, who seem to take especial pains in for- 
warding tlie interests of the Company, as also toward its pat- 
rons, — active and attentive always. The road is well equipped 
with plenty of rolling stock, and ut Jackson has as fine u 
passenger and freight house as is in the State, and extra good 
eating houses at Lansing and Owosso, and a fine depot at 
Saginaw; in fact all of their station houses are good. See 
elsewhere for railroad and land advertisement. 



INTERESTING STATISTICS. 



Tlio following statistics of Michigan, Bay, and Saginaw 
counties are taken from the census report of the Secretary of 
State, made from the figures taken for the ninth census of the 
United Stated, June 1st, 1870, issued at Lansing, August, 1873 : 

Total population of the State in 1870 was 1,184,282 ; num- 
ber of families, 239,154; number of dwellings, 238,491 ; num- 
ber of males, 018,251 ; females, 560,031; of those over 100 
years of age, 33. 

Total population of Bay county was 15,900; number of 
families, 2,918; number of dwellings, 2,888; males, 8,914; 
females, 0,980. 



EAST SAQINAW DIRECTORY. 57 



Total population of Saginaw county was 39,098 ; number 
of families, 7,G23 ; numberof dwellings, 7,700; males, 21,004; 
females, 18,03-i; one person over 100 years of age. 

Bay county has 4,721 mules,. and 4,140 females native born; 
males, 4,193, females, 2,840, foreign born ; 8,807 males, white ; 
(J,893 females, white ; 101 black, 10 mulatto, 83 Indians, 4 
blind, 10 deaf and dumb, 2 idiotic, 1 insane ; 877 cannot read ; 
1,120 cannot write. 

Saginaw county has 12,078 males, 11,707 females, native 
born; males, 8,380, females, 0,327, foreign born; 20,852 males 
white, and 17,841 females white; 129 black, 153 mulatto, 125 
Indians, 5 blind, deaf and dumb, idiotic, 9 insane ; 1,340 
cannot read ; 1,908 cannot write. 

Bay county has 3,401 voters, 1,707 of whom own property, 
1,G34 without property; 300 resident property owners not 
voters, 19 of whom arc under 21 years of age; 72 property 
owners, voters, who cannot read, and 97 cannot write ; whole 
number of voters who cannot read are 150, and 109 who 
cannot write. 

Saginaw county has 7,970 voters; 5,271 owning property, 
2,708 without property; 1,123 resident property owners not 
voters, 28 of whom are under 21 years of age ; 158 property 
owners, voters, who cannot read, and 200 cannot write; whole 
number of voters who cannot read are 242, and 319 who 
cannot write. 

In Bay county the total number of children born, of both 
sexes, for the year ending June 1st, 1870, were 537, of whom 
28 died, and 509 were living. 

In Saginaw county the total number of children born, of 
both sexes, for the year ending June 1st, 1870, were 1,335, of 
whom GO died, and 1,275 were living. 

In Bay county the number of marriages solemnized during 
the year ending May 31st, 1870, Avere 45; in the State 4,187 ; 
in Saginaw county 296. 



58 KAST SAQINAW DIUECTOllY. 



The number of deaths during the year ending May 31st, 
1870, in families residing in Michigan June 1st, 1870, were as 
follows : Males, 5,753 ; females, 5,429 ; total, 11,182. In Bay 
county 70 males, 55 females — total, 125. In Saginaw county 
176 males, and 152 females — total, 328. Total number of 
deaths in Bay City for the same period 63, Bangor 25, Ports- 
mouth 15, Saginaw City 76, Zilwaukee 8, East Saginaw 64, 
Frankenmuth 6. 

The number acres of improved land in the State were 
5,088,957; of woodland unimroved, 4,182,558; of other lands 
unimproved 838,616. Cash value of farms, $398,096,746; of 
farming implements and machinery, $13,566,863. Wages 
paid during the year, including value of board, $8,573,458. 
Estimate of all farm products, including betterments and 
additions to stock, $82,171,561. Forest products, $2,813,158. 
Value of home manufactures, $345,235. Pounds of maple 
sugar manufactured, 1,786,641 ; of cane sugar, 1,722 hogs- 
heads, of one thousand pounds. Gallons of molasses made, 
115,012; beeswax, 14,755 jjounds ; honey, 273,263 pounds. 
Improved land in Bay county, 7,645 acres. Woodland unim- 
proved, 16,031 acres. Other lands unimproved, 4,042 acres. 
Cash value of farms. $748,400; farming implements and 
machinery, $26,849. Wages paid, etc., $21,698. Estimated 
Talue of all farm products, etc., $181,406. Forest products, 
$28,687. Value of home manufactures, $130. Maple and 
cane sugars, none ; molasses, none ; beeswax, 6 pounds. 
Honey, 510 pounds. Improved land in Saginaw county, 
33,885 acres.' Woodland unimproved, 79,014 acres, Other 
lands unimproved, 9,367 acres. Cash value of farms, 
$2,767,178. Farming implements and machinery, $94,661. 
Wages paid, etc., $75,296. Estimated value of all farm pro- 
ducts, etc., $690,302. Forest products, $106,509. Value of 
home manufactures, $940. Maple sugar, 9,425 pounds; no 
cane; molasses, 99 gallons; beeswax, 40 pounds; honey, 
0,137 pounds. 



EAST SAGIKAW DIRECTORY. 69' 



In the state there are 229,247 horses, 2,302 mules and 
itses, 251,270 milch cows, 30,482 work oxea, 285,449 other 
Ctttle, 1,984,904 sheep, 404,701 swine; total value of all live 
Kllock, $49,727,919. Value of animals slaughtered or sold for 
'lUughter, $11,818,203. Pounds of wool produced (for the 
[Jjrtar ending June 1st, 1870) 8,804,890. Butter, 24,300,139 
pounds. Cheese, 044,914 pounds. Milk sold, 2,100,009 gal- 
lons. Value of orchard produce, $3,537,278. Wine, 22,015 
|»llons. Value of products of market gardens, $334,018. 

In Bay county are 478 horses, no mules or asses; milch 
COWB, 700, work oxen, 155, other cattle, 578, sheep, 233, swine, 
452 ; value of live stock, $93,055 ; value of animals slaughtered 
or sold for slaughter, $975. Wool produced, 424 pounds. 
butter, 03,970 pounds. Cheese, none. Milk sold, 11,950 
gallons. Value of orchard products, $1,188. Wine, 800 gal- 
lons. Value of products of market gardens, $9,954. 

In Saginaw county are 1,905 horses, 30 mules and asses, 
3,140 milch cows, 830 work oxen, 2,908 other cattle, 5,208 
ahcep, 3,109 swine; value of all live stock, $421,594; value 
of animals slaughtered or sold for slaughter, $53,591 ; wool 
produced, 10,197 pounds; hutter, 323,280 pounds; cheese,. 
COO pounds; milk sold, 13,900 gallons; value of orchard 
products, $4,004; wine, 135 gallons; value of products of 
market gardens, $2,035. 

In the State, for the year ending June 1, 1870, bushels of 
Bpring wheat, 207,082; winter wheat, 10,029,090 bushels; 
rye, 138,930 bushels; Indian corn, 14,374,038 bushels; oats, 
8,819,107 bushels; barley, 819,580 bushels; buckwheat, 
884,794 bushels; tobacco, 5,170 pounds; peas and beans^ 
240,170 bushels ; potatoes, Irish, 10,231,033 bushels ; potatoes, 
sweet, 5,833 bushels; hay, 1,285,530 tons; clover seed, 50,284 
bushels; grass seed, 5,878 bushels; hops, 871,838 pounds; 
hemp, 2,912 tons; flax, 241,199 pounds; flax seed, 5,748 
bushels. 

In Bay county, of spring wheat, 45 bushels; Avinter wheat, 



,'60 EAST SAGINAW DIUECTORY. 

5,486 bushels; rye, 1,809 bushels; Indian corn, 8,398 bushels; 
oats, 7,303 bushels; barley, 141 bushels; buckwheat, 142 
bushels ; tobacco, none ; peas and beans, 208 bushels ; pota- 
toes, Irish, 20,405 bushels; potatoes, sweet, none; hay, 3,984 
tons; clover, grass seed, hops, hemp, flax, aud flax seed, none. 

In Saginaw county, spring Avheat, 577 bushels; winter 
Avheat, 30,292 bushels ; rye, 3,094 bushels ; Indian corn, 42,049 
bushels; oats, 51,301 bushels; barley, 2,177 bushels; buck- 
wheat, 3,010 bushels; tobacco, none; peas and beans, 1,750 
bushels; potatoes, Irish, 89,210 bushels; potatoes, sweet, none; 
hay, 15,110 tons; clover seed, none; grass seed, 4 bushels; 
hops, hemp, llax, and flax seed, none. 

The aggregate number of lumber, lath, and shingle mills 
in the State arc 1,500 ; in Eay county, 37 ; in Saginaw county, 
89; of the former number of mills, 1,052 are run by exclusive 
steam power in the State ; 30 in liay county, and 82 in Sagi- 
naw county. Number of engines employed: State, 1,027; Bay 
■county, 50; Saginaw county, 87. Aggregate capacity in horse- 
power: State, 38,353; Bay count}^ 2,422; Saginaw county, 
5,105. Mills run by water : State, 445 ; Bay county, 1 ; Sagi- 
naw county, 7. Aggregate capacity in horse-power: State, 
11,504; Bay county, 30 ; Saginaw county, 154. Number per-, 
sons employed per month, average : State, 17,500 ; Bay county, 
1,380 ; Saginaw county, 2,424. Number of months employed: 
State, 7.4; Bay county, 0.8; Saginaw county, 0.5. Total num- 
ber months of labor : State, 130,800 ; Bay county, 9,507 ; Sag- 
inaw county, 15,930. Wages paid in State, $0,304,519; Bay 
county, $500,i;47; Saginaw county, $938,610. Value of min- 
erals used: State, $10,931,300; Bay county, $1,902,580; Sagi- 
naw county, $3,008,550. Capital invested : State, $20,355,810; 
Bay county, $2,829,000 ; Saginaw county, $4,070,100. Expenses 
for materials and labor: State, $23,205,819; Bay county, 
$2,403,327; Saginaw county, $4,007,172. Excess of value of 
total products over expenses for materials and labor : State, 
$10,001,107; Bay county, $1,002,203; Saginaw county, 



EAST SAGINAW DIRECTOUY. 61 

1828,387. Value of total products : State, 833,350,980 ; Bay 
county, $3,525,500; Saginaw county, $4,835,559. Lumber 
produced : State, 2,12 J, 330,508 feet ; Bay county, 209,000,000 
feet; Saginaw county, 208,307,841: feet. Value of lumber: 
♦State, $30,045,608 ; Bay county, §3,433,390 ; Saginaw county, 
14,499,420. Total pieces of lath ; Stale, $200,119,000 ; Bay 
county, 17,575,000; Saginaw county, 11,540,000. Value of 
lath: State, $505,000; Bay county, 19,100; Saginaw county, 
$14,340. Number thousands of shingles : State, 005,041 ; 
Bay county, 19,100; Saginaw county, 80,025. Value of 
shingles: State, $2,140,258; Bay county, $70,500; Saginaw 
county, $321,709. The number of flouring mills in the State 
to June 1st, 1870, were 512; in Bay county, 2 ; in Saginaw 
county, 8. The aggregate number of foundries and machine 
shops in the State are 221; in Bay county, 2; in Saginaw 
county, 8. Number tanneries in State, 101 ; Bay county, 1 ; 
Saginaw county, 3. Number breweries in Stale, 127; Buy 
county, 4; Saginaw county, 7; number fisheries in State 
213; Bay countj', 0: Saginaw county, none. Number barrels 
of lish produced in Slate, 58,854; Bay count}', 1,015; 
Number eheeso factories in the State, 30; pounds made, 
1,115,512. Number woolen factories in the State, 54; 
yards of cloth made, 840,735. Number peppermint oil 
distilleries in the State, 44; produced 25,007 pounds oil. 
Number coal mines in State, 2; coal produced, 410,575 
bushels. Number gas factories in State, 11 ; value of gas, 
$108,183. Number salt works in State, CO ; Bay county, 20 ; 
Saginaw county, 4f. Number iron mines in State, 10 ; tons of 
ore produced, 570,303. Number copper mines in State, 27; 
pounds copper mineral produced, 0,442,502. Number plaster 
mines in State, 2. Number distilleries in State, 1 in 
Detroit, first Avard, value products, $400,000. Number of 
church organizations in the State to June 1, 1870, are 2,220, 
representing 20 denominations ; in Bay county, 22 ; in Sagi- 
naw county, 05. Number of institutions of learning in the 



•62 HAST SAfilNAW DIRECTOKY. 

State, 23, consisting of academies, colleges, seminaries, com 
mercial, law, medical, normal, theological, scientific, and au 
agricultural college. Number of public schools of all grades 
in the State, 5,419 ; Bay county, GO schools ; Saginaw county, 
154 schools. Of private schools in the State there are 15G. 
Number of libraries of all kinds in the State, 26,241 ; Bay 
• county, 233; Saginaw county, 164. There are 215 various 
kinds of publications in the State, regularly and irregularly 
issued. 

True valuation of real and personal estate in Michigan, 
$731,467,701; basis of valuation for assessment purposes, cash 
value being unity, .37. Real and personal estate, $272,816,927; 
real estate, $225,237,677 ; personal estate, $47,579,250 ; Bay 
county (after same order) $10,680,792 25; $2,670,198; 
$2,336,338; $333,860. Saginaw, $18,022,846 50; $9,011,423; 
$7,956,615; $1,054,808. 

Taxes not national, all kinds of State, viz : county, town- 
ship, village, and city, for the State, total, $5,949,487 ; Bay 
county school, township, city, and road, total, $148,400 ; State 
tax of all kinds, $3,780; county of all kinds, $50,000; town- 
ship, village, or city of all kinds, $94,620; Saginaw county, of 
all kinds, total, $227,530; State tax of all kinds, $10,857; 
county, of all kinds, $53,771 ; township, village, and city, of 
all kinds, $162,902. This includes State, county, town, city, 
school, poor, and highway. 

Public debt of the State, total of all debts, county, town- 
ship, village, and city, $4,306,169; total county debt, 
$1,217,186, fdr which bonds have been issued, $1,011,150; 
other debts, $206,036 ; township total, township, village, and 
city debt, $3,088,983, for which bonds have been issued, 
$2,695,643 ; other debts, $393,340. Bay county, total of all 
debts, county, townsliip, village, and city, $152,975 ; total 
county debt, $57,150, for which bonds have been issued, 
$57,150; other debts, none; township, total village and city 
debt, $95,825, for which bonds have been issued, $90,825 ; 



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©dhcr debts, $5,000. Saginaw county, total of all debts, county, 
township, village, and city, $571,398 ; total county debt, 
♦I58,!300, for which bonds have been issued, $158,200 ; other 
debts, none ; township total, village and city debt, $413,198, 
for which bonds have been issued, $400,893 ; other debts, 
16,305. 

Pauperism and crime : Annual cost of support of paupers 
of the State, $202,578 91 ; total number supported during the 
jear ending June 1st, 1870, 13,189; native, 4,919, foreign, 
8,223; total number of paupers, native, 1,923; white, 738, 
llttck, 77; foreign, 1,108. Persons convicted of crime during 
the year, 1,805; native, 90S, foreign, 897; total number of 
criminals in prison, native, 402; white, 207, black, 21; foreign, 
234. Bay county— cost of support of paupers, $4,004 17; 
total number supported during the year, 340 ; native, 120, for- 
eign, 220; total number of paupers, native, 39; white, 10, 
black, none, foreign 23 ; total number of persons convicted of 
crime during the year, 33 ; native, 15, foreign, 18 ; total num- 
ber of criminals in prison, native, 0; white, 2, black, none ; 
foreign 4. Saginaw county — cost of support of paupers, 
$7,511 00. Total number supported during the year. Oil; 
native, 241, foreign, 370 ; total number of paupers, native 43 ; 
white, 13, black, 3 ; foreign, 27 ; total number of persons con- 
victed of crime during the year, 47; native, 18, foreign, 29; 
total number of criminals in prison, native, 17; white, 0, 
black, 1 ; foreign, 10. 

It should be borne in mind that the above statistics are for 
the year (only) of 1809-70, ending June lat, 1870, and have 
been compiled under the direction of the Secretary of State, 
at Lansing, ever since. Tiiey are the ninth census of the 
United States. They arc compiled from the United States 
census, and from the State registration records. They were 
not issued in volume form until about the first of August, 
1873, when it appeared for the lirst. There are very many 
foot notes of explanations throughout the volume, many cor- 



64 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 

rections and additions made, whicli we are unable to give foi 
want of room, or to correct for want of time ; and can biu 
refer such as are interested most to the "Statistics of Michi- 
gan for 1870." ]\rany of tlie figures given there are very far 
from being correct, at the present time, and to arrive at u 
nearer or closer result, we would refer the reader to our " Tracli 
Circular of the Saginaw Valley," issued every spring, in which 
are compiled each branch of business, under its appropriati- 
heading, etc. This, with other valuable statistics, figures, 
tables, etc., may furnish the desired information, as also fur- 
niBh a basis from which to perfect their aims and searches. 

These figures cannot but be interesting, and more so in the 
comparisons between Bay and Saginaw counties. 



I'ill^ 



CtENEral directory of names 



ABBREVIATIONS. 



abv above 

•dd addition 

»gr'l .... ajjricnltural 

(«l) allopathic 

Am American 

»ppc .... apprentice 

tie'r assessor 

•g8t UBsiatant 

ilty attorney 

•TO avenue 

bas'm't . . . basement 

bet between 

bds boards 

b h . . . boftvdiug house 
bk kr . . . book-keeper 

bld'g building 

c«rp carpenter 

caeh'r cabhler 

elk clerk 

Co . C'jmpuiiy or county 

col'd colored 

cor corner 

(dem) .... democrat 

c east 

(ec) eclectic 

cng'r engineer 



c 8 east side 

est CBtate 

ex express 

rcy fancy 

gen'l general 

(h) . . . . homeopathic 
Insp'r .... inspector 
instB . , . instruments 

Int internal 

Jefl''u .... Jefferson 

lab ...... laborer 

mauuf'g . inanufiicturiQg 
manuC'r . . manufacturer 
maunf'y . manufactory 
mdge . . . merchandiec 

mer merchant 

nikt market 

mkr maker 

n north 

nat'l national 

n c northeast 

Nich'l Nicholas 

us north side 

u'r near 

u w . . . . . northwest 
opp opposite 



opr operator 

p page 

pop'] .... population 

pres president 

propr . . . proprietor 

pub publisher 

rd road 

(rep) .... republican 

r r railroad 

res residence 

rep'r repairer 

ret retail 

rev . revereid or reveuuo 
r y . . . . . . railway 

8 SOQtll 

a e southeast 

sec'y secretary 

3 8 south sido 

su])t . . superintendent 
s w .... southwest 

tel telegraph 

treue .... treasurer 

w vreat 

Wagh'n . . . Washington 

wid widow 

w • . . . . west side 



A. 



Abair Theopbiles, wks "Warner & Eastman, res s s Elm, bet 

Maple and AVarrcn. 2. 
Abbott Thoma.s, carpenter, res w s First, bet Anneslv and 

Wahuit. 4. 
Abbot George, mecbanic, bds Benjamin Eaton. 
Abel Azel, wks Edmonds' pbining mill, ns 419 s Warren iir 

Williams. 
Abel Miss Caroline, liome liobm & Miller. 
Abel Jacob, carpenter, res n s Clencsee, bet (Jass and Jefter- 

son. -i. 

'.) 



06 KA.ST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 



Abel Willis, Captain barge "Eli^a," res n e cor Lapeer a 

7th. 4. 
Abert Charles, lab, res w s Third, between Johnson and Tu 

cola. G. 
Acker Miss Melinda, homo with "\V. Soper. 
Ackley William, ship carpenter, res e s Mackinaw s of Hess. 
Adams Charles, mechanic, F. & P. M. R. K., bds Elisa Mot'. 
Adams John Q., saloon, 109 n Washington, res 111 5th, Ij 

Lapeer and Tuscola. 3. 
Adam Joseph, teamster, bds Henry Naegley. 
Adams ^liss ^lay, bds Miss Susan N. Canning. 
Adams Lester, Engineer, E. & P. M. P. P., bds Charles Andei 

son. 
Adams Ricliard, lab, bds M. Smith. 

Addit Peter, lab, res e s Maple, bet Emerson and Elm. 12. 
Addett Miss Sarah, wks T. Edsall. 
Adsit Charles S., book-keeper, A. Fox, bds same. 
Adon Stranch, painter, wks Burtt & Loomis. » 
Adeley Mrs J^lary, wks L Lewis. 
Agle, Jacob, wks Feige Bros. 
Agan Stephen F., shoemaker, J. Traverse & Co., bds . 

Little Jake &, Co. Undersell Everybody. 

Ahern John P., shoemaker, res 7th, bet Kirk & Sears. 8. 
Aheons Jolin, lab, wks Jesse Hoyt. , 

Aiken Edwin, china mer., 200 Genesee, ros 401 Jefterson, cor 

Hayden, 5. 
Albers Henry, ship carpenter, res s of Gallagher, b.^t AV'^ashing- 

ton and Jefterson. 5. 
Alborn Johanna, lab, res N 1215 n s Lapeer, bet lOtii p-ud 

llth. 3. 
Albot George B., wks F. & P. M. depot. 
Albright Harvey, sawyer, wks Jesse Hoyt. 
Albro Arvin, n Barber, res AVashington, cor Randolph. 4. 
Aldin Delos, mill-wright, res n of Miller, over wagon shop. 
Alder Henry, tailor, bds. Stauber's Hotel. 
Alderton William, car inspector F. & P. M. R. R. 
Alexander Philo P., proprietor Alexander House, n w cor 

Centre and Mackinaw. 3. 
Alger Ira, and wife, bds Henry Ostrauder. 
Alger Ira C. Jr., carpenter, Jesse Hoyt, res. Chiy, bet Johnson 

and Tuscola. 
Alger Peter E., lab, res n Waslungton bet Gth and 7th. 
Algram William, lab, V. & P. M. R. R. 
Algrim Christ, lal), rts. cor llo^juud Perkliis. 2. 



EAST SAQINAW DIRECTORY. 67 

Alherton William J., lab, res 4th, bet Sears and Kirk. 

Alkron Miss Lizzie, wks Everett House. 

Allan Mrs Annie, home with William H. Race. 

Allan Edgar W., farmer, res n Gallagher, bet Jefferson and 

Washington. G. 
Allan William, builder, res 1407, Genesee. 5. 
Allen Jliss Annie, bds Mrs. Uattie Howard. 
Allen Chas., grocer, res e s Jefferson, bet Emerson and Mason. 3 
Allen Charles, (Owen & Allen), res Jefferson, bet Emerson 

and Mason. 3. 
Allen Edward P. ins agt, office Bliss blk, cor Genesee and 

Wash'n, bds Mrs. M. Gates. 
Allen Eugene, watchmaker, Geo. Brown, bds W. Poulson. 
Allen Frank S., stone-cutter, bds Anson Ilobson. 
Allen Frederick A., barber, shop Potter, bet Franklin and 

Jefferson ; res 5th, bet Miller and Sears. 
Allen Henry, lab, res w s Ward, bet Atwater and Phelon. 3. 
Allen Horace D., millwright, res e s Webster, cor Centre. 2. 
Allen Isaac S., carpenter, res Gth, bet Miller and Sears. 2. 
Allen James W., moulder, AVickes Bros., res 1028 Emerson, bet 

Warren and Webster. 2. 

Lowest Prices at M. &. II. Koeli & Co's. 

Allen John E., sexton, res 5th, bet Lapeer and Tuscola. 2. 

Allen Miss Maggie, lives with T. Riddell. 

Allen S. D. (Allen & Sutherland), salt and lumber dealers, 

bds Valentine House. 
Allen Samuel, builder, res w s Rockwell, bet Carroll and Fitz- 

hugh. 3. 
Allen William, carpenter, res w s Ballard, bet Gilmore and 

Nimons. 3. 

Allen , book agent, bds W. Poulson. 

Allington David K., wks gas Avorks, res w s Jefferson, bet 

Hayden and William. 4. 
Allington William C, bds D. K. Allington. 
Allison Jas., res e s Webster, bet German and Lapeer, 4. 
ALLISON JOHN P., lumber and salt manuf'r, office Buena 

Vista blk, cor Genesee and AVash'n; res Genesee, a of 

Michigan Hotel, near old race course. See advt. 
Allnoch William E., lumber inspector, res e s 4th, bet German 

and Lapeer. 4. 
Althouse Nicholas AV'., '• sample rooms," 12G 8 A\rash'n, res 

same. 3. 
Altaman Cajetau, lab, res Farwell, bet 7th and 8th. 1. 
Altaman Miss Mary, home with Cajetau Altaman. 



68 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 



Alterton William, inspector F & P. M. R. B. 

Alverdt Charles, wks A. R Bartlett & Co. 

Alwood Al. n., bar-tender, bds William 11. Race. ! ' 

Amburg Gillius, tinsmith, Morley Bros. 

Amerein Peter, bds Stauber's Hotel. 

Ames Alden, wagon maker, wks Josiah Ames. ' 

Ames Josiah, carriage maker, shop cor Franklin and German, 

res Iloyt, bet Maple and Welles. 
Anness John W., foreman, Harvey & Ooloman, bds Tuscola 

House. 
Amsden Carrie IL, wks Troy House. 
Amsden Mrs. S. A., wks F. Humphrey. 
Anderson Mrs. Augusta, wid, res 401 Warren, cor Williams. 
Anderson Alexander G., book-keeper, Eddy, Ayery & Co., res 

w 8 Washington, bet Brady and McCoskry. 
Anderson Charles, engineer, F. & P. M. 11. II., res Jefferson, 

bet Astor and Potter. 3. 
Anderson Henry, waiter, H. S. Averell's restaurant. 
Anderson Isaac, lab, bds David B. Leroy. 
Anderson James, lab, bds D. Maclntyre. 

L.UtIc Jake &. Co., << Boss » Clolliicrti of the State. 

Anderson John Q., machinist Wickcs Bros., res n w cor Carroll 

and Wash'n. 3. 
Anderson Lewis, wks E. S. Manning. ' ;^ .,., 

Anderson Miss Mary, store-room girl Everett House. 
Amlcrson Hubert, lab, bds Daniel Forrest. 
Anderson Miss Sarah, pastry-cook Everett House. 
Anderson William, clerk, bds H. S. Averill. 
Andrews Miss Jennie, wks J. Armstrong. 
Andrews John, lab, res e s Water, bet Emerson and Hoyt. 5. 
Andrews Philip H., gen'l insurance agt, res 40G e s Jeflersou. 4. 
ANGELL DAYID, photograph rooms, up stairs, opp Everett 

House, bds Everett House. 
Angell David, Jr., photographer, Genesee, cor of Franklin, 

bds Everett House. 
Angelo David, violinist, bds National Hotel. 
Angelo David, cook, bds A. Sharick. 

Angevlne M. II., painter F. & P. JM. E. K., bds Mary Hulsizer. 
AnnekeEmil, atty, res 710 Hoyt, ollice cor Cass and Genesee. C. 
Anschultz Christian, lab, res n Wash'n, or 4th, nr AValnut. 
Ansman Henry, res n s Carroll, bet 4th and 5th. 5. 
Appleton George, waiter Everett House. 
Arand Frederick, lab, res e s Lincoln, n Walnut. 
Archambault Joseph, painter, res ''/'■I'Z Emerson. 5« 



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EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. G9 

Archer James, lab, bds Abrara F. Shavick. 

Archibald Francis, lab, bds A. Dunlap. 

Archibald Joseph, painter, res 1!2'Z Emerson. (See Arcliam- 

bault.) 5. 
Armitage P. C, book-keeper Enterprise office, bds Everett 

House. 

Anus Ella, bds Em. Ilartwell. 

Armstrong George, lab, bds W. Soper. 

Armstrong James, filer, res w s Miller, s Nimons. 5. 

Armstrong Joseph, boarding house, res e s Water, bet Atwater 

and McCoskrj. 3. 
Armstrong Mrs. Mary, wid John Armstrong, res No. 619 

4th, bet Miller and Sears. 2. 
Armstrong William W., mason, res s s Elm, bet Maple and 

Warren. 3. 
Armstrong, William, res Qi'Z Warren. 4. 
Arndt August, blacksmith A. F. Bartlett & Co., res w s 

IIcss. 5 
Arnold George, wks J. F. Bundy. 
Arnold Miss Mary A., wks D. D. Keeler. 

n. & II. Koeli & Co., The ]Lcn<lcr!« of Fashion. 

Arnold Samuel, lab, wks William Olds. 

Arnold Thomas, machinist Wickes Bros. 

Arnold Thomas, foreman ship builder D. W. Rust & Co., res w 

s Wash'n, a of Linton. 5. 
Arnold William T., city sexton, res s s German Colony Iload, 

bet High and Jefferson. 9. 
Arnotte Alexander, mechanic, Avks F. & P. M. depot. 
Arnott John, lab, bds Lynch Hotel. 
Aryns Robert, lab, bds Chas. Buck. 

AsBeck Rudolph, dealer in groceries, cor Lapeer and 7th. G. 
Asby William, lab, res ws Jefferson, bet Emerson and Mason. 3. 
Asby Wm., teamster James Stewart & Co., bds Jefl'n, nr Hoyt, 
Asby Susanna, wid„bds AVilliam Asby. 
Ashdon Myron, lab, boards Scanlan House, s e cor AVater and 

Thompson. 
Ashland C, wks Sears & Holland. 
Ashland H., wks Sears & Holland. 
Ashley Arthur, lab, res w s Miller, s of Centre. 3. 
Ashley Ferd. A., secy board of water commissioners, bds H. 

C. Ripley. 
Ashley William, farmer, res e s Mackinaw Junction east. 4. 
Ashman Jehudi, lab, res N. Miller, ur Sag. City and St. Clair 

R. R. 4. 



70 



KAST SAGINAW DIUECTOUY. 



Ashman William 0, Captain tug "E. M. Peck," res s s LIq. 
ton, w of AVaslnngton. 8. 

^^'^' wm'!'^^^'' ^^^^^"^g-J^ouse, Water, between German and 
William. 

Atkins John moulder, res Emerson, bet Pranklin and Cass. 4 

Atwood Al. U, bar-tender, bds Wni. H. Pace 

Atwood, Mrs. Mary E., lives H. Miller. 

Atwood W. Q., lumberman, office over 128 n Water corTus 

cola, res n w cor Iloyt and Jefferson. 2, 
August Robert, carpenter, bds Bolim & Miller. 
August Rach, mechanic, wks F. & P. M. R. R. 
Aulger Ira and wife, live with Henry Ostrander 
Ausman Wallace, Valley Saloon, cor 5th and Lapeer 
Austin Edwin, merchant, res e s Welles, bet Maple and 

Thompson. '3. '■ 

Austin Henry, lab, res e s Ballard, bet Gilmore and Nimons 5 
Austin Mrs. Permelia, wid. John, boarding-house, res *e s 

irankhn, bet Fitzhugb & Johnson. 
Austin Charles, millwright, res n s Main, e of Miller 3 
Austin Charles J\r., foreman J. Y. Russell & Co., res Miller 
cor Main. 3. ' 



Patronize llic ^^Bosn > €lothicr«, Little JuR c & Co. 

Austin Henry, edger, wks Eaton, Potter & Co 
Averill Harrison B., Metropolitan Restaurant, w s n AVash'n 
bet Genesee and Tuscola, res same. 3 ' 

Averill John Avks Harvey & Coleman, res w s Cass, bet John- 
son and Tuscola. 2. 
Avery Charles, plasterer, res ;3d, bet Potter and Sear* 4 
Avery Miles, bds L, W. Eccleston. ' * 

Avery Sewell, lumberman, res 413 e s Jefferson G 
Avery Waldo A., elk Charles Lee, res s s Warren, bet Cherrv 
and Thompson. 2. ^ 

Awmen Miss Mary, dressmaker, wks Miss Sarah Gaffnev. 
Ayles dames G., machinist Wickes Bros., res AVarren 
Axtord Homer J., elk Hough & Sikes, bds A. }\ Sikes. 

B. 

Babbitt John, lawyer, res n s Linton, bet A\^ash'n and Afucki- 
naw. 2. 

Babcock Miss A., sales-lady, wks Mrs. E. G. Hammond. 
Babcock Harvey W., hack-driver, res Franklin, bet German 
and Williams. 3. 

Bacanch Benjamin, lab, res n s AVoodworth, bet 11th and 
J.^vin. 0. 



Mr 



EAST SAGINTAW DIRECTORY. 71 

Hacon Artemus W., foreman, Sears & Holland, res n e cor 

Phelou and AVells. 0. 
Bacon Edniond, brakeman, F. & P. M. R. II., bds A. Picard. 
Uuder Fred, butcher, Avorks John Wolf. 
Bader W\3S Mary, nurse, C. 11. Smith. 
Bailey Henry, lab, bds J. JIaycs. 

Buirdle Martin, lab, res e s oth, bet Carroll and Fitzhngh. 9. 
Baker & Iho., carriage shop, Cerman, bet (jcrman and William. 
Baker Charles, wks and bds W. Foale. 
Baker Charles, lab, bds Abram F. Shorick. 
Baker E. L., physician, oftice cor Genesee and Franklin, res 

Robinson. 
Baker Ceo., butcher, res w s Webster, bet Johnson and Tuscola. 
Baker Louis, lab, bds Joseph Aslin. 
Baker James J. (Baker Bros.), res e s Jefferson, bet Emerson 

and Mason. 3. 
Baker John W., dealer in lime, res Jefferson, bet German and 

William. 3. 
Baker William L., engineer, res w s Miller, s of Hess. G. 
Baker William H. (Baker Bros.), res Warren, bet German and 

William. 2. 

]TI. & II. Koch A: Co., Tlio Merchant Tailors. 

Baker Robert, wks and bds W. Foale. 

Balch Charles H., carpenter, res 4th, bet Kirk and Sears. 

Balen ]\itrick, painter, bds Henry Naegley. 

Buley AVilliam, bds L. AV. Ecclcston. 

Bulger James, elk, bds Ehel House. 

Balille, teamster, bds Thomas Kenny. 

Ball Henry J. (H. J. Ball & Co.), res No. 407 Water, bet Hay- 
den and Millard. 1. 

Ball H. J. & Co. (Henry J. Ball, Nancy Eron), grocers, 132 s 
Waslrn, cor German, res 407 s Water. 2. 

Ball John, lab, bds Michael Connery. 

Balleutine David (J. M. Ballentine & Co.), res Waukegan, 111. 

Ballentine Henry A. (J. M. Ballentine & Co.), bds Bancroft 
House. 

Ballentine Henry A. & Co. (Henry A., James M., David Bal- 
lentine, and. Edward F. Lawrence), lumber and salt 
manuf'rs, Carrollton, oflTice 213 n Water. 

Ballentine J. J.,, bds Bancroft House. 2. 

Ballentine J. M. & Co. (James M. Ballentine, Henry A. Bal- 
lentine, David Ballentine, Alexander B. Moore, Edward 
F. Lawrence), tugand barge line owners, office 213 n Water. 

Ballentine James M. (J. M. Ballentine & Co.), res Detroit, Mich 

Ballon Eddy 1\, bds T. Fitzgerald's. 



72 EAST SAOIXAW DIRECTORY, 



Bamford Andrew, carpenter and builder, shop n s Miller, let 

Franklin and Jefferson, res w s Jefferson, bet Carroll and 

Miller. G. 
Bamford John, carpenter, res w s Jefferson, bet Carroll and 

Miller. 
Banford Andrew, carpenter, bds Daniel R Howard. '^';^ 

Banford John F., carpenter, bds Daniel F. Howard. '**'• 

Banhorn Joseph, engineer F. & P. M. E. 11, boards Charjea 

Anderson. 
Bannerman AVilliani E., mechanic, res Miller, bet 3d and 

Bockwell. 13. 
]iank, Saginaw Valley Bank, Thurbcr & Ilollon, bankers, cor 

Genesee and "Washington. 
Bank, JMerchants' National Bank building, n AVashington, 

bet Genesee and Tuscola. 
Bank, Thos. B. Sheldon & Co. bankers, s AVashington, bet 

Genesee and German. 
Bank, John Gallagher & Co., Gallagher block, s Washington, 

near cor German. 
]3ank. Savings Bank, Bancroft House block, Genesee, with 

Merchants' National Bank. 

Little Jake &. Co. Undersell Everybody. 

Bank, First National, ]iancroft House block, s Washington, 
E. T. Judd, President ; L. A. Clark, Cashier. 

Bank, Second National Bank, e s Genesee, between Franklin 
and AVashington ; B. G. Horr, President; W. H. Coats, 
Cashier; P. G. Horr, C. K. Pobinson, Geo. ^Y. Morley, 
A. B. Moorse, and C. L. Ortmann, Directors. 

Barber Miss Eva, Avorks 0. Daughtz. 

Barber Elmer J., wholesale and retail grocer, Simpson & ]3ar- 
ber, res Washington, bet Carroll and Miller. 6. 

IJARBIER MERRILL J., wholesale dealer in cigars, to- 
bacco, wines, and liquors, 419 Genesee, res same. 2. See 
advt. 

Barbour Mrs. Fannie, bds J. T. Kandall. 

Barbo, William, wks J. S. Stevens. 

Barclay Spencer, pork and beef packer and proyision dealer, 
125 and 127 N. Washington, bds Everett House. 2. 

Bare Mrs. Julia A., dress-maker, Lloyd block, s Wash'n, bds 
Miss E.Welsh. '6. 

Bare Samuel W., bds E. Welsh, Lloyd block, s Wush'n. 

Bargeon, Adolplius, lab, bds Joseph Aslin. 

BARIE FREDERIC J., propr "The What Cheei^' Restau- 
rant, No. 5 Cass, bet (lenesec and German, res same. See 
advt. 



EA&T SAGINAW DIRECTOUY. 73 

Btrie William, dry goods, 210 Genesee, res e s Jefterson, bet 

Millard and Thompson. G. 
Iwrkcr Howard E,, cabinetmaker, res Jefferson, bet Astor and 

Potter. 2 
lUfker U. E., opr, bds C. U. Devlin. 
Bttrk Augustas, elk W. Barie. 
Birker S. R, bds William H. Eace. 

[jBarlow John II., machinist Wickes & Bros., res G23 Webster, 
X cor Carroll. 4. 

Barley John, carpenter, res w s Mackinaw, cor Hess. 2. 
Burliue Miss Maggie, bds Albert Frey. 
Barnes Curtis, teamster, res cor Tuscola and 7th. 4. 
BARNES ELIJAH B., "Brock's" saloon, 115 s Water, res 

Franklin, bet German and William. 
Barnes Elija, saloon, res Franklin, bet German and William. 
Barnes Elezur, salt-boiler, res n o cor Ballard and Nimons. 3. 
Hurnes John, lab, res e s Thayer, s of JMorris. 
Barnes John, sawyer J. S. Stevens. 
Barnes John, lab, bds Tremont House. 
Barnes Lorenzo D., lab, res s town line, bet Jefferson and 

Wasli^n. 2. 

Lowest Prices at M. & II« Koch &, €o'8. 

Hurnhardt Eli, mechanic, res e s Miller, cor Nimons. 5. 

Barrett William II., brick-mason, res w s 3d, bet Carroll and 
^lillcr. 3. 

Barrett William, brick mason, bds Martin Manion. 

Barrett Herbert N., cattle broker, res w s Genesee, s of Mott. 4 . 

Barrow Joseph, res n s James, e of 14th. 3, 

Barrows Thomas, carpenter, bds Mrs. S. Holmes. 

Barron Daniel P., shoemaker, shop Genesee, res n s Emerson, 
bet Park and Webster. 4. 

Barriuger Henry, blacksmith, wks Merrill & Bacon. 

Barry, John W., tailor, res e s Webster, bet Elm and Emer- 
son. C. 

Barrows Francis, lab, I'es n s Janes, e of 14th. 13. 

Bartello D wight I)., fruit dealer, cor Cass and Genesee, res 
AVashington, bet German and Ilaydeu. 

Bartlett A. F., bds Bancroft House. 

Barth Charles, lab., res w s of 5th, bet Janes and German. 3. 

Barth Henry, lub, wks Feige & Bro. 

Barth John, lab, res w s 5th, bet Janes and German. 2. 

Barth, Jacob, marble-cutter, W. II. Stearns, bds Farmers* 
Hotel. 

Barth John, stone-cutter, bds Bohm & Miller. 

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Barthiaume Joseph, lab, bds Joseph Aslin. m 

Bartow Miss Alice, liome with AVilliam J. Bartow. 

Bartow William J., agent Jesse Iloyt, real estate dealer, eUx, 

office Biieua V^ista block, cor Genesee and Water, res » 

s Jefferson, bet Astor and Miller. 2. 
Barton Daniel, riverman, res n s Eaton, w of Wash'n. 5. t,V 
Barton ^liss ]!llary J., dress and cloak maker, rooms over bof 

Jeffn and (Jcnesee. ;j 

Bartles Miss Katie, wks and bds II. Carman, 
liarlctt Mrs. Amy (wid), David, boarding house, ress e cor Oaas 

and Carroll. 
Hartlett A. F. & Co. (August F. Bartlett and Henry Spindler), 

founders and machinists, shop s e cor Mason and Water. 
Bastion Christ, lab, res e s l:ith, bet Lapeer and Tuscola. 7. 
liastian Frederick, printer. Courier oflice. n 

Bassck John, res lltli, bet Carroll and AVatrousville plank 

road. 4. 
Bassck Mary, tailoress P. Eoche, bds J. Bassck. ^^ 

Batchler AVilliani, lab, res German, bet Franklin and Wash'n. i 
Bates Alfred, mechanic, res 3d st, bet Miller and Potter. 
Bates Harry, board and sale stable, cor Franklin and Johnson, 

bds Tuscola House. 

One I'rice to all at Utile Jake & Co's. 

Bates Wm. R., United States Hegister of Land Otlioe, office 

Derby blk, n Water, res w s AVarren, near Fitzhugh. 
Battles Miss Catherine, wks C. Marskey. 
liatser John, carriage-painter, bds Albert McKee. 
Batzer John, painter, wks W. S. Houghton. 
Baugh Thomas, cigar-maker, res e s 3d, bet Fitzhugh and 

Johnson. 3. 
Baukeni John, teamster, bds Garvin House. 
Baum Adam, dealer in meat, res cor German and German. 7. 
Baum Martin, Bannvs Luncli Boom, e s Cass, bet Genesee and 

Tuscola. 7. 
Baum LouiSj'lab, bds John AVebster. 
Baum Peter, meat market, s e corner AVash'n and Iloyt, res 

303 Iloyt, cor Franklin. 7. 
HAUMER JOHN, watchmaker and jeweler, 117 Lapeer, 

bds Steckert's Hotel. 
Baumgarten A., dealer in groceries, Hour, feed, licjuors, res 

Genesee, bet Clay and Bockwell. 
liaunerman William l'\, coppersnulli,sliop F. & P. M. K, K. 
Jiauco ,)obn, lab, res Ith, bet Kirk and Norman. 1. 
J{a.\ter Mrs. JOli/abelli A., lives II. Uiirton. 



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lUxter Francis, salt boiler, bds E. Barnes. 

BAxtcr Wm. J., lumber dealer, office cor Wash'n and Genesee,. 

ibds Bancroft Ilou&e. 
P' I Btys Peter, bds Fred Krobn. 
[* Bebiugton John, lab, bds Cain Nye. 

Beagle Cbarles W., carpenter, res w s AVebstcr, bet Elm and 

Eruerson. 8. 
Beahau Jobn, mecbanic, wks F. & P. M. depot. 
Ikahan Patrick, coppersmith F. & P. M. R. II. 
Ikamer John, bar-tender J. A. Hubbard, bds parents on- 

Lapeer. 
Beamer Miss Lizzie, chambermaid Bancroft House. 
Beam Patrick, mechanic, wks F. & P. M. depot, res Maple.. 

cor McCoskry. 5. 
Beauu John, mechanic, bds Benjamin Eaton, 
lieurckdorf George, salt boiler, res n e corner Eaton and 

King. C. 
Beard Handy, baker and confectioner, n s Center, bet Webster- 

and Miller. 
Ikan J., wks Sears & Holland. 
Bcac h Alfred, bds J. Viger. 
Beach Amos, teamster, res s s German, bet 5th and Gth. 8. 

One Price ut M. &. II. Koch &, C'o'h. 

Beach (Jeo., lab, bds J. Schank, wks 0. W. (^rant. 

Beach Philip D., liremau F. & P. M. K. 11., res Kirk, bet 4th 
and 5tli. L 

Beach AVilliam H., book-keeper Bundy & Youman, res out- 
side city limits. 

Beach William, salt-boiler, bds E. H. Dickerman. 

Beck Antoine, lab, res 14tli, nr Lapeer. 7. 

Beck Louis, lab, res llockwell, bet Lapeer and Tuscola. 3. 

Beckbessinger John, baker, res e s 4th, bet German and 
Janes. 8. 

Bockworth Miss Elizabeth, wks Oscar Hull. 

Bechinerly Henry, fireman F. & P. M. II. il. 

Bechtel Aaron, wks Fiege Bros. 

Bechtel John, Bechtel's Hotel, cor German and Wash'n. 5. 

Bechrow John, carpenter, res cor Clay and Tuscola. 4. 

Bechrow lludolph, elk gen'l ticket office F. & P. M. R. R, bds- 
John Bechrow. 

Beckel. Miss Annie, homo with Mrs. Joannah licckel. 

Beckel Miss yo])hia, home with Mrs. Joannah Beckel. 

Heckenhauer Christopher, lab, works Jesse Hoyt. 

i' Becker Emly, res w s Webster, bet Johnson and Tuscola. 4.. 
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Becker Oliver 0,, (Perry & Becker) rooms over 128 S. Was), 

ington. 2. 
Beckrow Albut, clerk, works Davis, Goldstone & Co. '"^ 
Beckrow Cleorge, lumbernuin, res n av cor Lapeer and Webster. 4 
]ieckrow Herman, clerk Davis, Goldstone & Co. 
]Jeckwortli Miss Elizabeth, works Oscar Hull. • ^l. 

Beech Frederick, lab, res w s Munilbrd, bet Cherry and Wal 

nut. 5. 
Ikehtel Aaron, sawyer, bds Mrs. F. J. Campbell. i'<>v 

Beekman L., Avks Sears & Holland. '- • 

Beekman George, wks C. Lee, mill. ^ • 

Been, John "\V., tailor, wks Frank G. Wilkin. 
Begen Owen, lab, res e s Miller, s of Nimons. 5. ' 

Behan Patrick, car builder, 8th street, bet East Aster and 

Miller. 5. 
Behler Joseph, bakery and notions, store and residence Lapeer 

st, bet Rockwell and lid. 7. 
Beblmyer Miss Rickey, wks 0. C. Spencer. 
Behm Jacob, wks railroad, res e s Lincoln, bet Cherry and 

Walnut. 3. 
Beindear John, teamster, res e s 4th, bet Janes and German. (> 

Largest Stock In the i^tute nt I^ittle Jake's. 

BeKoskey John, lab, res e s Mumford, bet Cherry and AVal 
nut. G. • , , 

Belangh John, hack-driver, bds ]\[arshall B. Spencer. 

Bclan, Jjcander, lab, bds A. JMcard. 

Belongen Alfred, lab, bds E. Gigner. 

Bell Ansel P., lab, res e s Webster, bet Carroll and Fitzhugh. 3, 

Bell Thomas, raftsman, bds W. IL O'Brien. 

Bell Thomas, lab, bds Scanlan House. 

Bell William, lab, bds Martin Manion. 

Bell William H., lab, bds Mrs. Phebe Marsh. 

Belleman J. K., lab, bds Marten Borland. 

Bence Alonzo N., bootmaker W. B. ILawkins, res Potter. 

Bendeen Miss Lizzie, wks John Q. Anderson. 

Bender Gottlieb, engineer Courier office. 

Bender Jacob, lab, res s s German, bet Gth and 7th. 3. 

Bender Philip, lab, res w s l-ith, bet Johnson and Tuscola. 4. 

Bendit Herman, clothier, 115 Genesee, res w s Jefferson, bet 
Hayden and Millard. 10. 

Benedict Mrs. Cynthia M., wid, bds R. Harrison, Avill move to 
Franklin, ii. 

Benedict Miss Minnie, homo with E. A. Martindale. 

Benedict Edward If., lab, res (Jth, bet Kirk and Sears. 5. 



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Benedict Fred, elk, wks Frank G. Wilkin. 

Benn John A. tailor M. & H. Koch, res n s Emerson, bet 
Maple and Warren. 5. 

Benneinger Albert, butcher, res 10th, bet German and Lapeer. 3.. 

Benner Alexander, carpenter, res s s Emerson, bet Park and 
Webster. 2. 

Benuer Alexander, joiner, res cor Emerson and Maple. 

Benner Leander, joiner, res cor German and Eockwell. 

Bennett Frank, wks M. 0. Mower, bds IT. D. Bruce, 

Bennett John, brakeman P. & P. M. 11. R,, bds Marten Borland. 

Bennett Joseph, in charge Genesee st s\Ying bridge, res Sagi- 
naw City. 

Bennett Joseph, physician, res w s East, s of Mackinaw. 5. 

Benuing S. II., auctioneer, bds Everett House. 

Benway Miss Catherine, wks M. M. Vincent. 

Benson Mrs. Charlotte, saloon, e s AVater, bet Ilaydcn and> 
\ William. 

Benson Mrs. Elizabeth, lives J. Mitchell. 

Benson Eoyal II., carpenter, res n e corner Ballard and 
Nimona. 3. 

Benton Jared, engraver, etc., bds Alexander Gleason. 



Milk Wrappers and Drawers at M. dc 11. Kocli Co'h.. 



f Bcntin Miss Minnie, tailoress, wks AVilliam Eisenberg. 
I BENTZ ADAM W., baker, Jellerson, bet (lenesee and Tus- 
cola. 2. 

Bcortmun Charles, printer, Courier office. 

Berbic IVederick, lab, bds William Sculley. 

Besbing Jacob, teamster, res 6th, bet Tuscola and Lapeer. 11. 

Bergeon Joseph, prop'r Pear Ilouse, German, bet Cass and 
Franklin. 

Berger Charles, gun and lock repairer, res Wash'n, bet John- 
son and Tuscola. 3. 

Berger Chas. Jr., gunsmith F. A. Berger, bds C. Berger, Sr. 

Jkrger F. Augustus, manuf'rguns, rifles, etc., locksmith, shop' 
103 8 s Tuscola, res Clay, bet Tuscola and Lapeer. 

Berger Henry, gardener, res n AVashington. 0. 

Berger Miss Minnie, wks S. ^McLean. 

Bergholf Benjamin, lab, res 3d, bet Kirk and >Sears. 2. 

Bergo Ilobert, teamster, C. «& E. Ten Eyck. 

Hergoff Benjamin, lab, F. & P. M. P. K. 

Bereaul Francis, lab, res Janes, near Phelon. VI. 

I Bernard Francis, actor, bds Bechtel's Ilolel. 
Berns Andrew, barber, II. Kraupe, bds same. 
Bcroineck Martin, lab, res s s Carroll, bet 9th and 10th. 3.. 



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lierry Ifrs. Bridget, wid, res n s Elm, cor Warren. 5. 

]}erry , miner, bds Abram F. Sharick. 

IJerry Edward, elk, and bds John Creen. 

]5errj John, saloon, bds J. Steckert. 

Berry Richard, plasterer, bds John Cotillicr. 

Bertrand Francis, lab, bds Thomas Kenny. 

Bertevislle William I?., carpenter shop F. & P. M. R. R. 

Besch Joseph, marble works, n s Tuscola, bet Cass and Fra 

lin. 
Jiesch Joseph, stone-cutter, res 227 3d, cor Fitzhugh. 7. 
Beschkee Frank, p^roccr, res e s Miller, s of King. 3. 
UESCHKEE HENRY & SON, Henry and Frank Be,v 

kee, saloon, groceries, and provisions, e s Miller, s of V 

tcr ; res same. 
Besinskey Charles, lab, res w s lifumford, bet Cherry and \\ 

nut. 4. 
Bcsmer Benjamin, ])rop'r Montreal House, e s Water, I 

Brady and McCoskry. 4. 
Best Charles, elk. 

Betger Henry, sailor, res w s Lincoln, bet AValnut and Cherry 
Bethune Neil, lab, l)d3 American House. 

\o BiuiteriiiK^ at EJttIc Jakc'N. 

Bettes A., opr, res 129 Wash'n. 

Bcttes John, opr, res 129 Wash'n. . 

Hetznarlgnatz, saloon es Franklin, bet Genesee and Tuscola. 

Bcuthein Charles, lab, res e s Lincoln, n of Walnut. 0. 

Beuthein Mrs. J., wid, res e s Lincoln, n of Walnut. 3. 

Beuthein Miss Rika, wks E. T. Judd. 

Beuthin Charles, lab, res e s Mumford, bet Cherry and Wa 

nut. 2. 
Beuthin Louis, lab, res 724 Mumford. G. 
Beyar Miss Corey, wks John Buckel. 
Beyer A., lab, res s s Tuscola, bet 8th and 9th. G. 
Beyer Micjiael, lab, bds Thomas IL McCallum. 
Beylerlein Mrs. Catherine, res e s Lapeer, bet 13th and 14th. s 
Bickel Mrs. Joannah, res No. lOOG s w cor Lapeer and 7th. I 
]Jickford Rowen W., lab., res s s n of (Tallagher. 8. 
Bickler George, lab, res n Wash'n. G. 
liicknell Nathan, auction and commission merchant, res e > 

of 1st, bet Annesly and AValnut. 4. 
Bidderman Thomas, lab, res n s iMumtbrd, bet Cherry am 

Walnut. 4. 
liidelman (JharlcK R., salesman L, S. Lenheira, bds Evereli 

House. 



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Hidleraan James K., carpenter, bds M. Borland, O'Brien 

House. 
Uierle Constantine, editor and propr "Zeitung" a Germau 

weekly newspaper, office Genesee, res 125 e s Gtli, cor 

German. 5. 
Bigelow Allen G., elk general ticket oflice F. & P. M R. E., 

bds L. C. Storrs. 
IJigelow George, ship carpenter, bds Mrs. II. McAuley. 
IJigelow Hi ram, lab, bds Joseph Mar'sluill. 
biggam Ephralm Allan, lawyer, res w s AVard, cor Phelon. 3. 
Higford Miss Mary, wks F. H. Hall. 
Higerly Adam, fireman F. & P. M. R. R. 
liilliug Miss Catherine, dressmaker, works E. CJ. Hammond. 
Billing Miss Emma, dressmaker, works Mrs. E. (J. Hammond. 
Billing Isaac, painter, shop F. & P. M. R. R. 
Billing Isachiah, painter, res 303 1st, cor Cherr}'. 7. 
Billing James, stone-cutter, A. Ilobson, bds Isaac Billing. 
Billings I. "W"., works " Enterprise olUce." 
Billing John, bds 1. Billing. 
Bin John, lab, Farwell, bet 7th and 8Lh. H. 

Fine FuriiiMliiii;; €iuodK at M. & II. Koeli &, Co'o. 

Bingham, ]\Iarti 11 V., book-keeper, res cor Emerson and Jef- 
ferson. 

Bingham Homer, wagon-maker, shop Franklin, bet Johnson 
and Tuscola. 

Bingham , carpenter, res Mason, bet Wells and Maple. 3 

Birch Frank, clerk, bds D. 0. Donnell. 

Bird Barney, cooper, res N. Miller w "Washington. 3. 

Bird Miss Bridget, dressmaker, Mrs. Julia A. Bare. 

Bird Michael J., foreman E. Sag. Manf. Co., res w s Park, bet 
Chesnut and Hoyt. 3. 

Bird S. W., carpenter, shop F. & P. U. R. R. 

Bird Thomas, lab, res e s Park, bet Elm and Emerson. G. 

Bird William, lab, bds Michael Connery. 

BIRDSALL ALBERT, blacksmith shop e s Cass, bet Gen- 
esee and German; res (305) 105 n Cass. 5. 

Birdsall & Sutherland (A. & S. A.), blacksmith and carriage- 
maker shop, Cass, bet Genesee and German. 

Birdsall William, elk, bds 318 Washington. 

Bireline Joseph, lab, res s s AVadswortli, near r r. 

Birrell John, tailor, res 1032 Emerson, cor Webster. 3. 

Birtch Mahlon, lab, res Gallagher, w Jefferson. 3. 

Birt Miss Elizabeth, res cor Genesee and Washington. 

Birtwhistle , carpenter, bds Mary AVard. 



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Bishop Augustus, blacksmith, wks Charles A. Dallivet. 
Bishop Miss Ella, dressmaker, bds Wm. Bishop. j^ 

Bishop John, lab, bds A. Lepen. . ,1 

Bishop Niles II., cabinetmaker, shop e s Mackinaw n of Eatv 

res c s lililler s of William. 4. 
Bishop Wm., keeper driving park. ,,|^, 

Billmeyer Miss Charlotte, bds Elfin Fox. 
Bishop Samuel, propr Union b h, n e cor Carroll and Water. ' 
Bishop William, livery, sale, and boarding stable w s Franl 

lin, bet German and William, res Ilayden, bet Gerniu 

and Warren. 5. 
Bishop William II., lawyer, res e s Miller s of William. 2. 
Bisbing Jacob. 1 

Bisbing Stewart, wks East Saginaw Manuf'g Co. :j 

Bisbing Mahlon, blacksmith, res n c cor German and 5th, ' 1! 
Bisding Milton, wks J. G. Cameron, 
Bissell Albert G., lumberman, res Jefferson, cor German Oo1od> 

road. 3. 
Bissell William, res No. 314 c s 4th, bet Johnson and Fit< 

hugh. 5. 
Bissinger John, baker J. G. Wolf. 

Intcrvlc^v llio "Boss" Clothiers. 

Bissping Mag., wks and bds T. Haupp. 

Black Garrett, lab, bds Alexander House. ' - - . . 

Blackman Robert, carpenter, res w s Webster, bet Elm aiil 
l']merson. ."». 

Blackmcr Miss Annie, lives E. Woodard. 

Blackmcr Chauucy, lab, res s w cor Emerson and Jeffersou. li 

Blackmer Horace, lumberman, res w s Genesee, n of Walnut, c 

Blackmer Mrs. Jane, wid, lives with E. Woodard. 

Blackmer Merritt, 11., lumberman, res 411 Jefferson, u. 

Blackmer Walter land-looker, bds ^1. II. Blackmcr. 

Blackwood John, lab, bds Martin Mauion, 

Blair John, currier, res I'^o Jefferson, bet Johnson and Tus- 
cola.' 3. 

Blair David, lab F. & P. M. II. R. " . 

Blade John, lab, bds Abram F. Sharick. 

Bladgett Edward, coppersmith, shop F. & P. ]\I. R. R. 

Blain James, lab, bds Bechtel's Hold. ', 

Blair Rockwell, lab F. & P. M. R. \l. 

Blanchard John, lab, ros s s .Alillard, bet AVnshingtoa and 
l^Vunklin. 4. 

Blancheit Abe, lab, bds Joseph Aslin. 

Jilanchctt Francis, fireman, l'\ & P. M. R. R., bds Gcorgi- 
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Blanchett George J., engineer F. & P. M. R. Jl., res cor Gtb and 

Sears. 5. 
Blanchett Joseph, lab, bds Joseph Aslin. 
Blanchett Nelson, fireman F. & P. M. R. R., bds George 

Blanchett. 

Blankers, , elk, bds Rev. J. S. Goodman. 

BLANKERT8 ANTHONY, grocery and provision store, 

flour and feed, junction Wash'n and Mackinaw, res cor 

Mackinaw and n ^Miller. 2. 
Blankerts Herman, meat market, res w s Grant, n Gilmore. 2. 
Blankertz William, elk E. P. & H. L. Pen field. 
Hromock Albert, butcher, wks Fred. Hubert. 
Bleifeld Heinrick, lab, res 7th, bet r r and Norman. 5. 
Bleifield Henry, lab, bds Bohm & Miller. 
Blennchetts Nelson, fireman F. & P. M. R. R. 
Blendt Christian, tailor, shop and res over 130 s Wash'n. 2. 
Blight John, teamster, res s s Randolph, e of Wash'n. 3. 
Blin Miss Catherine, home with Thomas Kenny. 
Bliss & Ewing, successors to Aikin&Ewing, Solomon B. Bliss 

and James F. Ewing, crockery and glassware, store 209 

Everett House block, Genesee. 



n. & II. KocU & Co., opposite Bancroft House. 

Bliss Solomon B., (Bliss & Ewing) lumberman, oflice Bliss 
block, Wash'n, res e s AVatcr, bet Fitzhugh and John- 
son. 4. 

Block John, lab, res G15 Maple. 5. 

Block Samuel, wks E. S. Manning. 

Blodgett Charles, blacksmith, shop F. & P. M. R. R. 

Blodgett Charles H., lab, res 6th bet Miller and Sears. 3. 

Blodgett Louis, setter AVarren & Eastman's saw-mill. 

Blodgett Stephen, blacksmith, shop F. & P. M. R. R. 

Blood Mrs. Annie, wid. James H. Blood, Franklin, bet Astor 
and Potter. 2. 

Blood Miss Ray, home with Mrs. Annie Blood. 

Bloodworth Jerry, lub, res s s Hess e of Mackinaw. 

Bloedon Edward J., bds Gustav Riegel. 

Bloedon Mrs. Minnie, millinery and fancy goods, n s Lapeer, 
near Jefferson. 

Blogie Joseph, lab, res Mumford, bet Cherry and Walnut. 5. 

Bloom John, Jr., lab, wks Peter Roache. 

Bloom William, barber, wks Thomas Hanson. 

Bloomer Alfred B., foreman car works, res cor Astor and 
Warren. 5. 

Bloomer A. B., carpenter, shop F. & P. M. R. R. 

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Bloomfield James, hostler Wicks Bros, res e s Jefferson, bet 

Johnson and Tuscola. 
Blowin Joseph, lab, bds Tremont House. 
Blour Louis, ship carpenter, bds Scanlan House. 
Blum John, cooper, res w s Little n of Nimons. 8. 
Bluhm John, deliverer F. E. Hayt, res ith. 
Blyben William, Capt. of schooner " A. B. Moore," res bii 

Washington. 5. 
Boahmer John, harness maker, wks Fred Schade. 
Boalk William, mason, res e s 3d near Genesee. 3. 
Boardman Adolphus, carpenter F. & P. M. R. R. 
Board man Albert, carpenter, shop F. & P. M. R. R. 
Boardman, Louis, coppersmith, shop F. & P. M. R. R. 
Booth Jose])h, drayman, res w s Douglas, bet Janes anS 

Cherry. 3. *i 

Boergert & Co., H. IL Boergert and F. Kosanka, merchai$; 

tailors, shop Jefferson, bet Genesee and Tuscola. # 

Boergert John, dealer dry goods, res e s Webster, bet Lapewl 

and Tuscola. 4. % 

Bodo August, variety etore. No. 304 Genesee, res cor Carroll' 

and 4th. 7. i 

Little Jake &, €o., ^Visiicr Block. ^ 

"""■""^"■■■■^ """""Til 

Bode Peter, wks Sears & Holland. ,l| 

Bodoine Joseph, spar-maker, bds T. Rtddell, res Detroit. i> 
BOEllLKE HENRY, painter, rose soflst, cor Smith, sliog 

same. 3. W 

Boeiim & Miller (George Boehm and Lewis Miller), boardior 

stable, s a William, bet Clay and Genesee. -^ 

Boeing William, book-keeper C. L. Ortman, res Jeff'n. I'Ti; 
Boergert Daniel, lab, res 1315 n s Johnson, bet 7th. 2. ''|( 
Boergert Henry, tailor, res s s Wadsworth, bet 8th and 9th. ..fl 
Boertmann Adolph, apprentice printer, bds parents, res e i( 

4th, bet Johnson and Tuscola. g^ 

Boertmann Adolph, res e s 4th, bet Johnson and Tuscola. SLr 
Bogartis Benjamin, wks M. C. Mower, bds IL D. Bance. | 

Bohm George, "Farmers' Home," Genesee, bet Clay and Rock-* 

well. y. "*' 



Bohm & Miller (G. Bohm and Lewis Miller), prop'rs "Farmers' 

Home," res Genesee, bet Clay and Rockwell. 
Bohn Adam, lab, res u of Douglas. 7. 

Boice George ^V., agL, res s s Johnson, bet 4tli and 5th. 0. ' 
Boing William, bds C. L. Ortman. 
Boker George, porter Bancroft House. 
Bolan Anthony, lab, bds Thos. Kenney. _ 



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Bolaud Patrick, painter, shop F. & P. M. R. R. 

Boloom Joseph, teamster, res n s Mason, bet Oass and Frank- 
?':| lin. 2. 

■ ■ I': Bole Miss Sophie, wks T. E. Doughty. 

Bolin Francis, lab, bds Thomas Kenney. 

Bolin Peter, lab, bds Thomas Kenney. 

Bolka John, mason, rese s 3d, nr Genesee. 2. 

Bolton Elizabeth, home with Abram F. Sharick. 

Bombair Frederick, lab, res e s Warren, bet German Colony 
road and Atwater. 2. 

Bonin Joseph, lab, bds Joseph Aslin. 

Boner John C, saloon, e s Genesee, s Jefferson. 

Boney Joseph, lab, bds Oscar Hull. 

Bontecou Joseph C, book-keeper, bds Mrs. Harper's, cor John- 
son and 4th. 

Booth Joseph K., teamster, res e s Douglass, bet Janes and 
Cherry. 3. 

Booyea A., wks Sears & Holland. 

Bordeaux Joseph, lab, bds J. Avon. 

Borden Andrew J., carpenter, res cor Astor and Franklin. 10. 

Bordelau Joseph, lab, bds Joseph Aslin. 

mn. & II. Kocli & Co., TIio One l*i'ico Clotliing House. 

Borden Mrs. C. T., trimmer, wks Mrs. E. G. Hammond. 
Borden Thomas E., Jr., elk F. & P. M. R. R.. res \v 8 Jefferson, 

bet l^niler and Carroll. 3. 
Bordo Edward, lab, bds A. Lapen. 

Boregret Frederick, carpenter, res s w cor 5th and Tuscola. 5. 
Borland Miss Hattie, home with Chas. K. Eddy. 
BORLAND MATTHEW J., O'Brien House, cor Potter 

and Wash'n. 3. 
Borland Miss Matilda, home with Charles A. Dolliver. 
Bornmann Miss Mary, wks C. L. Ortman. 
Bornmann William, lab, res w s 8th, bet Johnson and Tuscola. 
Bosselmann Frederick, elk, bds Ebel House. 
Bostle Joseph, res e 8 5th, bet Johnson and Tuscola. 7. 
Bosworth Miss Hattie, bds Mrs. S. Homes. 
Boucher Janvier, sawyer, bds Scanlcui's. 
Boucher John, watchman Wickes Bros. See Butcher. 
Boughton Charles, bricklayer, res e s Park, bet Cherry and 

Chesnut. 4. 
Boutell F. T., shirt manufr, bds Everett House. 
Bovia Augustas, lab J. Armstrong. 
Bowdeu William H., mechanic, res Astor, bet Rockwell and 

Warren. 2. 



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Bower Miss Maggie, wks J. A. Whittier. ^^: 

Bower William, coat-boy, Bancroft House. " if 

Bower AVilliam, res e s Rockwell, bet Johnson and Tuscola. 6. 
Bowermau ;N[rs. Susan, wks A. G. Bissell. . ;. 

Bowerman Miss Isabelle, wks A. Wilson. <;j^ 

Bowes James lumberman, hds Daniel Forrest. .<,^:' 

Bowley James, lab, bds National House, South Saginaw, .'in 
Bowyer William C, real estate dealer, res 335 1st. 2. 
Boy John, lab, res e s 8th, bet Johnson and Wadsworth. „,». 
Boyce George C, mason, res s e cor Johnson and Gth. See Byce;' 
Boyce Thomas, lab, works AV. Colford. 

Boyd George, riverman, bds J. B. Twist. ;|> 

Boyd Robert, lumberman, res s w side Miller, cor Miller and 

Warren. 3. 
Boyd William, lab, bds Henry Nargeley. ^^. 

Boyle John, waiter Bancroft House. ^ 

Boyle Patrick, ship carpejiter, bds T. Riddell, res Saginaw. -M 
Boyse George, lab, res 4th, bet UiUer and Sears. 1. '"f^- 

Boyton John, bank clerk, Jefferson, bet Hayden and William^ 
Braceland David J., book-keeper, bds C. E. Brown. 
Braden Casper, carpenter, F. & P. M. R. R. ; 

Little Jake & Co., "Boss" Clotliiers of the Slate. 

Braden IMiss Philippine, sales lady, wks August Bode. 
Bradish Albert, lab, bds J. J. Reamer. • , 

Bradley Charles, waiter Bancroft House. 
JIRADLEY IIENUY 11., groceries and provisions, boots,. 

and shoes, crockery, etc., cor Wasn'n and Mackinaw, res. 

s s William, bet Mackinaw and Miller. 
Bradley Miss Maggie, lives with T. Shaw. 
Bradshaw Harry, painter, bds Oscar Hull. 
Bradt Jacob, bds with Elisha Mott. 
Brady Mrs. Emma, bds F. Harris. 
Brady Miss Kittie, pastry cook Bancroft House. 
Brady Hill Cemetery, w s Jeflerson, s of German Colony Road,. 

WilliamtT. Arnold, Sexton. 
Brady James, lab, res w s Mackinaw s of East. 3. 
Brady James, cooper T. W. Still well, res o s Water, bet Carroll 

and Pitzhugh. 
Brahant John, ship carpenter, res e a Miller, bet Center and • 

Rust. 4. 
Brandsteteer K., res and shoe shop, e side Gth, bet Johnson 

and Fitzhugh. 
Branin Michael, dairyman and cattle broker, res s s Elm, bet- 
Maple and Warren. (J. 



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Brant August, lab, bds John Webster. 
Bruntiger Ileni'y, coppersmith, shop F. & P. M. R. R. 
Bnitlium Henry, tinsmith, res 4th street, bet Miller and Sears. 
Bray Airs. Susau, wid Thomas, wasiier, resAv s 5th, bet Carroll 

aud Fitzhugh. 4. 
Brayden Casper, carpenter, res e s Wash'n, bet Hayden and 

William. 4. 
Brazoin Thomas, shoemaker, bds Mrs. S. Homes. 
Breetsen August, lab, res n Gallagher, bet Jeff'n and Wash'n. 2. 
Briest George, cabinet-maker, bds Oscar Hull. 
Bremer Charles, lab, res 222 AValnut, bet Hess and Smith. 3. 
Brendel Frederick, Avks L. Damstaeiler. 
Breunan Francis, lab, res cor Fnglish aud Cth. 
Brewer Addison P., manuf'r and dealer in lumber, res e s 

Waslrn No. 139, bet Atwater and German Colony road. 8. 
Brewer George, lab, bds John Ford. 
Brewer John A., lumberman, res e s AVash'n, bet Atwater and 

German Colony road. 4. 
Brezee Freeman R., lab, res w s Wash'n, s of Douglass. 2. 
Brice William, cari)enter, bds A. Diinhip. 
Brick John, lab, bds Tiiomas Kenney. 

Siid OlovcH at ITI. Ac II. Koch &, Co's. 

Brickel Jacob, res cor 13th and Wadsworth. 3. 

Brickten Thos., shingle-jointer C. & E. TcnEyck. 

Bridgeman George K., hardware merchant, res w s Fitzhugh, 

bet Cass and Franklin. 5. 
Bridgeman ,Iesse, baker, wks James I. Robinson. 
Bridges Miss Alice, Avorks Tuscola House. 
Bridge Edward, machinist, bds Mrs. P. Austin. 
Bridges AVillard H., raftsman, res w s Franklin, near Miller. 3. 
Briest George, cabinet maker, works Weinecke & Bros. 
Bridgeman Robert, lab, bds Mathew Borland. 
13riggs Miss Mary D., lives W. J. Lovehmd. 
Brigham John, lab, bds Farmer's Home. 
Brimmingstood George, inspector F. & P. M. R. R. 
Brimm Matthew, lab, bds N. A. Jeuks. 
Brimingston George, lab, bds Benjamin Eaton. 
Brink George J., landlord, s w cor Franklin and Fitzhugh. 4. 

Brint , res cor n Washington and 8th. 4. 

Bristol Charles, painter, res over 128 n AVater, cor Tuscola. 3. 
Bristol Mrs. Cynthya, (wid) Harlow, res w s r)th, bet Carroll and 

Kilzhugh. 2. 
Bristol Edward IL, carpenter, res n s Linton, bet Washington 

and Mackinaw. 3. 



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Britton Francis, mason, bds Ferick Reuben. 

Brock Thomas, carpenter, res No. 009 5th st, bet Miller and 

Sears. 6. 
Brohman Martin, wks 0. & E. TenEyck. 
Brolley Bernard, lab, res fith, bet Kirk and Sears. 1. 
Bromley George, bar-tender Bancroft House. 
Bromley John A., lab, bds Tremont House. .. 

Bromm George, engineer, res 1200 Webster. 4. -^ 

Bromm' Michael, lab, res w s 1-lth, bet Janes and Cherry. 5. 
Bronner Jacob, drayman, res 221 w s Cass, bet Johnson and 

Tuscola. 
Bronner Reinard (Krekow & Bronner), bds Jacob Bronner. .,?, 
Bront Edmund, lab, res w s 14th, bet Janes and Cherry. L'^ 
Brookmyre Robert, lab, res n Wash'n, bet 8th and 9th. -.% 

Brooks G. B., att'y and recorder, bds Everett House. ^- 

Brooks L. J., salt and lumber, bds Everett House. 't 

Brook & Mason (Esta«Brook and L. P. Mason), lumber and 

commission agts, oftico Bliss blk, cor Genesee and Wash'n. | 
Brooks Melville J., student at law William & Sutherland, bda i 

Horace T. Slade. ^i 

Brooks Melville, bds H. T. Slade. See name above. 'T 

Putronixe tlio '' Bo§»j " Clotliicrii, Little Jake & Co. 

' i. 

Brooks William, fireman F. & P. M. R. R., bds Mary A.' 

Fournier. ' , \^i,.. 

Brooks William, lab., bds Tremont House. I' 

Brooks William IL, cari)enter, res s s Cherry, bet 1st and;* 

2d. 4. I 

Brookins George R., painter, res a w cor Johnson and Gth. 6. *| 
Brueck Fred., shoemaker, res cor Clay and Genesee. G. M 

Broughton Alfred, clerk H. II. Bradley. -M 

Broughton John D., elk H. H. Bradley, bds parents. '^ 

Broughton Joseph, drayman, res s s Randolph e of Wash'n'l' 

ave. 5. ' ;|^ 

Broughton Thomas E., clerk A. Blankerts, bds J. Broughton.'^? 
Brousseau Alexander, lab., bds A. Picard. :^*' 

Brown Archie, lumberman, res Hoyt cor Maple. 2. 
Brown Benjamin E., (D. K. Brown & Co.,) res n w cor Fitz- 

liugh and Wash'n. 2. 
Brown B. J., attorney, office Wisner block, Genesee. 
Brown Charles, lab, bds J. Webster. 

BRO\7in\r C. CXBRAj, Annual Directory 
and Trade Circular publisher, ollico JSIo. 1, over 113 Gen- 
esee, 314 Emerson, res s e cur Miller and Webber, unfin- 
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Brown Charles S., ticket agt J. L. & S. R. R. and gen'l R. R. 
r and steamship lines, otlice cor Genesee and Wash'n, with 

D. R.Brown & Co., res Franklin, bet Carroll and Mitcliell. 
Brown Demetrius R. (D. R. Brown & Co.), res Fitzhugh, nr 

cor Wash'n. 3. 
Brown Edward, lab, res w a 7th, bet Johnson and Tuscola. 4. 
Brown Francis, lab, bds A. Rust. 
Brown George, jeweler and watchmaker. No. 312 Genesee, res 

G21 Webster. 2. 
Brown George, engineer Sears & Uolland. 
M Brown George, blacksmith, bds J. J. Reamer. 

Brown George, section foreman, bds C. M. Curtis. 

Brown Henry, bds Samuel Jones. 

Brywn Henry H., cutter F. G. AVilkins' clothing store, res 513 

Thompson, bet Welles and Jefferson. 3. 
Brown James F., banker, res w s Wash'n, bet Hayden and 

Willard. Call at bank. 
Brown James, rivermau, bds Garvin House. 
Brown Mrs. Jenny, (wid) John Brown, home with I. Killinger. 
Brown J. B., rooms llovey blk, cor Tuscola and n Wash'n. 
Brown J., lumberman, bds Mrs. S. Homes. 



«»curr8 & TicH Ht M, &, II. Koch & Co's. 

Brown J. R., coppersmith F. & P. M. R. R. 

Brown Joseph, carpenter, res 4th, bet Farwell and Norman. 3. 

Brown Joseph, wood agt F. & P. M. R. R., bds Mary Ward. 

Brown John, carpenter, res Tuscola, cor 10th. 3. 

Brown John, carpenter, res n s Mott, bet Park and Webster. 8 

Brown John C, lumberman, res 1721 Genesee. 2. 

Brown Mrs. Julia, wid, res 222 e s Warren, bet Johnson and 

Tuscola. 2. 
Brown Lottie, bds Miss E. Hunter. 
Brown Mai ichi, wks P. Haug, res 216 5th, bet Johnson and 

Tuscola. 4. 
Brown Miss Mary, wks G. Lockley. 
Brown Mrs. Margaret, wks J. G. Owen. 
Brown Merritt C, salesman Singer sewing machine, bds cor 

Cass and Johnson. 
Brown Miss Nancy, wks S. Bishop. 
Brown Paul, lumberman, res e s Washington, bet Hayden and 

Millard. 3. 
Brown Peter, lab, bds Tremont House. 
Brown Ralph, lal), bdt* A. llc^bson. 
Brown Sunl'ord, wks C. \V. Wcnks, bds Scanlan House. 



•88 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 

BROWN SILAS B., scaler, res e s Washington, n Mackl- 

naw, 7th Avard. 3. 
Brown Silas I)., lab, res e s AVashington, n Mackinaw. 2. 
Brown Thomas, lab, bds Abrani F. Sharick. ."JN 

Brown Wellington, lab, res w s Miller s Main. 2. ^' * 

Brown William, lab., Avks Michael Oonnery, bds Preston 

House. 
Browning Thomas and wife, bds S. Browning. '''I^ 

Browulie Arciiibald, foreman Bundy & Youmans, res s w o6r 

Hess and Bundy. 2. 
Brownrig Steidien, engineer, res n Miller, Avks Saginaw City & 

St. Clair II E. 3. 
Bruce, Henry D,, wks N. C. More, res n e cor Maple and 

Cherry. 7. 
Bruce Francis, harness-maker, wks P. Yeaton. ^ 

Bruce, Orlando, carpenter, res 422 llockwell, bet Carroll and' 

Fitzhugh. 3. 
Brundage John A., musician, bds J. J. Reamer. ■■■i^ 

Brunn Andrew, lab, res 21G 3d, bet German and Janes. 3. ^f; 
Brunn Andrew Jr., wks J. Nicodemus, bds A. Brunn, Sr. ^If 
Brunlaus Silven, lab, bds Tremont House. if; 



Little Jake &■ Co. Undersell Everybody. 



Brushaber Joseph, teamster, res e s Sth, bet German and 
Jane. 2. • ■ , , 

Brushaber Joseph, bds parents, 5th. 

lUUISKE A: S(^IIWA11TZ, (G. W.Bruskeaud J.Schwartz) 
wiiolesale and retail dealers in shelf and heavy hardware, 
stoves, nails, glass, etc., No. 573 Genesee, and 114 Lapeer. 

Bruske Gustavus (Bruske & Schwartz), bds F. Fiege. 3. 

Bryant William, bds J. J. Hosmer. 

Bryce Jacob B., stave dealer for Romaine & Rait, office cop*^', 
AVash'n and Genesee, bds cor Maple and Wells. ; ^ 

Bryon Mrs. Louie, res 200 cor Franklin and Tuscola. 2. 

Bub W., Avks Feige Bros. {_„ 

Buchham Lawis, plasterer, bds Abram L SharicK. •^*- 

Buchannau George, lab, bds Abram L Sharick. 

Buchannan h'win, carpenter, res s s Tuscola,bet 8th and 9th. 10. ,, 

Buchanan Robert, elk J. R. Livingston, bds parents, Tuscola. ■^, 

Buck Charles, carpenter, res w s 9th, bet German and Janes. 3. -^ 

Buckel John, baker, Franklin, bet Geneseeand German. 8. 

Buckers William, lab, res w JJast, s city limits. 4. 

Buckhout liyrou B., hardware merchant, 122 u Water, res 
22G n Wash'n. 

Buckley Daniel, lab, bds Oscar Hull. ;• 



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BUCKLEY JAMES, carriage-maker, w s Mackinaw, w of 

liusfc. Seeadvt. 7. 
Backley Patrick, wagon-maker, res w s Wash'n,s of Douglass. 7. 
BuckncU Benjamin, lab, res 14th, bet East, Astor and Miller. 
Uodd Joshua, carpenter, res e s Webster, bet Johnson and 

Tuscola. 3. 
Budd Nathan, carpenter, res w s Warren, bet Ilayden and 

William. 2. 
"^ WIDE HALUSIN, architect and builder, shop and rea s w 

Emerson and Franklin. 2. 
Buff Henry, sailor, res s s Annesly, bet 1st and 2d. 4 
Bull Joseph, lab, res s s Janes, bet 1st and 2d. 7. 
Bulty Albert, wks for Geo. Moiles. 
Bumberger F., wks Sears & Holland. 
Bundy Henry, lab, res Warren, cor Atwater. 5, 
Bandy H. (col), wks Green's, res n e cor Warren and Atwater. 5. 
Buudy Jefferson F. (Bundy & Yeoman), res e s AVash'n, s Ger- 
man Colony road. 4. 
Bundy & Martindale (Jefferson F. Bundy, Edwin A. and 

Charles C. Martindale), shingle manuPrs, w of Miller, bet 

Centre and Nimons. Employ 32 men. 

' €ioo(l!!4 Ulurked in I'luiii Fi;j^iircM ut Itl. Jk II. Koch & €o'j$. 

Bundy & Youman (Jefferson F. Bundy and Henry ]\r. You- 
man), salt and lumber manuf'rs, oflico and mill w of' 
]\!iller, bet William and Main. Employs 50 men in salt 
bik and mill. 

Bunnell Lewis, engineer F. & P. M. 11. 11., bds Charles Anderson. 

Bunnell S. S., mechanic F. & P. M. depot. 

Buoz William, wks J. F. Uriggs. 

Bupe Miss Maggie, wks Simon Egered. 

Burch Frank, warehouseman James Stewart & Co., bds D. 
O'Donnell. 

Burd Sylvester A., engineer F. & P. M. R. R., res Warren, bet 
Astor and Potter. 

BURBICK DUANE 1)., meat market. Potter, opp freight 
depot, bet Rockwell and 3d, res 2JG Maple, bet lloyt and 
Thom})Son. 3. 

Burdick H. IL, moulder Wickes Bros., res s e cor Carroll f,nd 
7th. 

Burdick Jesse A., gunsmith, Cass, bet Genesee and German. 5. 

Burdick Joseph A., engineer, res cor Cass and Gorman. 3. 

Burghdorf, Miss Addie, wks Boergert & Co. 

Burgcmcister William, printer, res w s 4th, bet Janes and Ger- 
man. 2. 

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90 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 



Burger Mrs. Catherine, home with Ilarman Goech. '• 

Burger Miunie, home with Thomas H. Smith. 

Burgert, Henry II., merchant tailor, res cor 8th and Wadi- 

worth. 5. 
Burgess ^Irs. Catherine A., (wid) John W. Burgess, res War. 

ren, bet German and William. 
Burgess "Wesley, ship carpenter, bds J. S. Smith. 
Burgess James 11., ship carpenter, res Water, s German Oolony 

Iload. 5. 
Burgo Antony, lab, res 4th, bet Normau and Farwell. 
Burgo John E., carpenter, res 4th. bet Farwell and Norman. 1. 
Burgo Bobert, teamster, res cor 4tli and Norman. 
Burgoyne Charles, lab, res e s Little, s Nimons. 6. 
Burk Nicholas, clerk, res 4th, bet Carroll and Miller. 4, .ftJi 
Burk Miss Sarah M., home Mrs. Maggie Herted. '••^^; 

Burk Matthias, lab, res 1011 Webster, near Mott. •''fe' 

Burk Miss Sarah, wks 501 Carroll. ' Vil^l 

Burke Miss Kate M,, wks J. Terry. •■■%i: 

Burke Michael, elk F. & P. M. R. R. 5^1 

Burke Mrs. Sarah, res Webster, bet Lapeer and German. 3. 
Burkhardt George, res n Washington, bet Gth and 7th. 

One Price to all ut Little Juke & €o'k. 

Burnham Aver}', bds R. R. Barmen ter. 2. 

liurnham Jacob B., aged, living with L. F. Burnham. ' • . 

Burnham Lalbrost F., teamster, res dl'i lloyt. 5. 

Uurnhnm, Poller tfc Still, (J. T. Burnham, Frederick Potter, 

and Hiram Still,) Union Planing Co., employ 10 men. 
Burnham & Still, (Joseph T. and Norman G. Burnliam and 

Hiram Still), mauufrs of salt and lumber, salt block and 

saw-mill e end Mackinaw street bridge. Employ 21 men. 
Burnett II. S., wks C. & E. TenEyck. 
Burnett Miss IL, dress-maker, wks Mrs. E. G. Hammond. 
Burns, Edward, bds J. J. Hosmer. 

Burns Miss Jenuette, home with Peter Burns. i^^ 

Burns John,' elk and bds James Green. ;?C 

Burns John, bds J. C. Brown. ■? 

Burns Mary Ann, lives with E. H. Doyle. ^^^ 

Burns Miss Mary, home with John Canham. 'Jl 

Burns Peter, wks Johnson & Hull, res e s Franklin, bet Ger- ' 

man and William. 5. 
Burns Thomas, wks John Webster. 

liiMT Mrs. , bds P. Brown. 

Murr Cyrus, fireman F. & P. M. R. R. 

Jiurr Mrs. Amanda, wid, res « s Nimons, bet Mackiuajv and 

Ballard. 4. 



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Barrell II. plasterer, bds Tremont House. 

Barrows Franklin, bds W. Landis. 

lortch Elisha, blacksmith, res s w cor Carroll and 5th. 3. 

Bortt, Charles, painter, Avorks Burt & Loomis. 

Bort Eugene, painter, bds Tremont House. 

Bort Gillette, coppersmith, shop F. & P. M. R. R. 

Burt John E., painter, res Genesee, near Iloyt. 5. 

Bortt & Loomis (I. E. B. & R. H. L.,) painters, Cass, bet Gen- 
esee and German. 

Bart Marcus L., lab, works William B. Smith. 

Burt ;Mrs. R.'hecca, (wid) w s Warren, bet Elm and Emerson. 7 

Burt W. R. & Co. (W. R.Burt, D. Mitchell, J. C.Roland), lum- 
ber ami salt manuf'rs, Melbourne, office 215 n Water. 
I, J Burt Wellington R., lumber and salt manuf'r, Melbourne^ 
othce "-ilS n Water, res 511 Jefferson. 5. 

Burton filiss Anna, wks Valley Laundry, res 8 s William, bet 
Clav a 11*1 Genesee. 

Burton CharlfS II., book-keeper Ketchau & Co. 

Burion Cliarle-", res 224 Maple. 3. 

Burton E. Marshiill, cigars and tobacco, dealer in wines and 
liquors, 202 G.-nesia', res e s Jefferson, cor Atwater. 2. 

M. & II. Biocli & €o., The Clothiers. 

Burton Frederick J., book-keeper Gas Light Co., res 307 

Hoyr. 3. 
Burton Harvey, tobacconist, res 1001 Wash'n, cor Brady. 2. 
Burton iliss Louie, dressmaker for ^liss M. J. Barton. 
Burton Miss Nancy A., lives with H. Burton. 

liurton , painter, bds David B. Leroy. 

Burwick Frederick, mechanic F. & P. M. R. R. 

Busby Waiter T., tinsmith Reynolds & Choate, bds Mrs. Paul 

I3rown. 
Bush Andrew J., laborer, res 414 Rockwell, bet Carroll and 

sFitzhugh. 2. 
Bush Adolphus, bds,Ebel Hotel, 
Bush John, sawyer C. Lee, bds Scanlan House. 
Bush John, lab, bds R. Vannorman. 
Bush Liphens, wks F. & P. M. depot. 
Bush Stephen, mechanic, wksF. & P. M. R. R. 
Bushey John, wks C. Lee mill. 
Buska George, lab, res 217 3d. 3. 
Businger J., wks Sears & Holland. 
Bussy Eugene, saw-setter Warner & Eastman. 
Bussinger Joseph, lab, res e s town line, w Jefferson. C. 
Butcher John, mechanic Wick^-s Bios., res cor 5th and 

Miller. 3. 



93 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 

]5utcher Paul, wks Feige Bros. 

Butler Charles, lab, bds A. Dimlap. 

Butler Mrs. Emma, proprietress Clarendon House, u e Ci 

Fitzhugli and Franklin. 
Butler ]\Iiss Fanny, lives with Henry Miller. 
Butler George P., gardner, res n s Walnut, bet Mumford aii 

Douglas. G. 
Butler Peter, drayman, res w s 5th, bet Johnson and Tuscola. ; 
Butenschoer Henry, tailor \Y. Roimers, res n e cor 8th aiu 

Johnson. G. 
Butter John, carpenter, bds Carrie Andrews. 
Butterfield James, riverman, bds Garvin House. 
Butts M. H., painter F. & P. M. 1{. R. depot. 
Buyer George, cooper, res Warren, bet German and William. 1 
Buzzell Marcus H., book-keeper Derby & Co., bds Everetl 

House. 
Byer August, carpenter F. & P. M. R. R. shops. 
ByceGeo.C, mason, res s e cor Johnson and Gth. See Boyce.d. 
Byers William, blacksmith M. McSweeney, bds R. Vannorman. 
Byers AVilliam, blacksmith, res e s Franklin, bet Genesee ami 

Tuscola. 2. 

]Vo naiiteriii^ at BJttle Jake'M. 

Byrne James, lab, res n AVash'n, bet 7th and 8th. 0. 
Byrnes Miss Mary, luiloress, bds John Canhani. 
Byrnes Patrick, lab, res n s n Miller, bet AVash'n and Macki- 
naw. '^. 
IJyrns James, lumberman, bds Scanlan House. 



C. 



Cabbage James, yardman F. & P. M. R. R. 

Cabbage John, lab, res w s Mumford, bet Cherry and Walnut. 5. 

Cabbage Lawrence, yardman F. & P. M. R. R. 

Cadottc Mrs. Emma, , Potter, bet Rockwell and Warren, 

Cady John,' lab, bds D. R. King. 

Cain Julia, home with Lenard My res. {f< 

Cain Michael, lab, res n Washington, bet 9tli and 10th. 6. -^^ 
Cain, AVilliam, lab, res cor 8th and Sears. 4. '. 

Cairns Frank, saloon, e s AVatcr, bet Haydeu and William, rea 

n s Genesee, opp Postoflice. 
Caitila John, lab, res s s Johnson, near R. R. 3. 
Calahau Jerry, riverman, res ,3 s X street, bet King and Mack- 

inaw. G. 
Calderwood, Andrew, grocer, w a Mackinaw, s of Centre, res 

e 8 of Washington, s of Center. 2. 



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(iilderwood Miss Anna, wks 0. 11. Smith. 
Calderwood James, lab, res e s Little, n of Main. 4. 
Caldwell, Thomas, carpenter, res 1124 Emerson. 8. 
Calewell Wallace R, shoemaker, works Joseph Cornick. 
Calhoun David, fireman F. & P. M. R. R, bds Mary A. Fournier. 

J, Calhoun , conductor, bds 0. Doughty. 

■ Calland Miss Anna, bds 0. II. Derlin. 

Callum William M., manuf'r and dealer in logs and pine land, 

office Owen blk 308 Genesee. 
Gallery Edward, 3d miller Mayflower Mills, bds 501 Carroll. 
i ' I. Calin James, engineer Charles Lee's mill, res Franklin, bet 

Thompson and Iloyt. 3. 
Capron William, lab, bds Abram I. Sharick. 
Cainbrey William II., foreman Eaton, Potter & Co., res s w 

cor Mackinaw and X. 4. 
Camp Charles II., att'y, res e s Wash'n, bet Brady and Mason. 2. 
Camp Julius AV., Avks E. S. Manning. 
Campau Miss Josie, bds Welcome Home. 
Campbell Andrew, carpenter, res n s Itandolph, e of Wash'n. 4. 
Campbell Alexander M., millwright, res w s Cornelia, nr 

Phelon, move to German Colony road. 5. 

Luniberincn'M SiippliCiii at M. & IE. Koch &, Co'ti. 

Campbell Duncan A., physician, res cor Johnson and Warren. 2 

Campbell Miss Frances, , res cor Tuscola and Warren. 

Cauipbell Mrs. Fylia J., boarding house, 201 Annesley,cor 1 st. 2. 
Campbell Henry M., foreniau Owen & Brewer mill, res cor 4th 

and Norman. 3. 
Campbell, Mrs. Hannah, (wid), liveswithDuncan A. Campbell, 

:m. D. 

Campbell John M., rcg. physician, office White's block, s 

Wash'n. 
Campbell John M., physician, res n w cor Elm and Maple. 4. 
Campbell Miss Mary J., Avks J. Davidson. 
Campbell Nancy, home with A. M. Campbell. 
Campbell Robert, mason, res n s Millard, bet Webster and 

Genesee. -4. 
Campbell Wilford S., owner barge " B. B. Buckhout," res 414 

Wash'n. 3. 
Cameron Alexander G., wks James G. Cameron. 
Cameron Benjamin, carpenter and joiner, bds Abram T. 

Sharick. 
Cameron Benjamin, lab, bds Tremont House. 
Cameron James Gordon, coach works cor Jeff'n and Tuscola,. 

res cor Jeff'n and Tuscola. 7. 



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Cameron Peter, lab, bds Alexander House. 

Camcre, Morris, lab, bds Montreal House. 

Cammel Malcom, lab, bds A. Picard. 

Caner Robert, fruit-treo agent, bds Everett House. 

Canfield John, lab, res e s Ist, bet Annesly and Hartsuflf. ' 4} 

CarkrifT^Iiss L., dressmaker, works Mrs. E, G.Hammond. 

Carmen Miss H., dressmaker, works Mrs. E. G. Hammond. 

Cams Francis, music hall, 411 Genesee, bds F. Wallen. 

Carter Perry, res n s Hess, bet JSIiller and Mackinaw. 5 

Cary James, lab, bds Martin Manion. 

Carlencan Miss Carrie, wks American House. ^ « 

Carrline Eva, wks C. Smith. ^1 

Carlisle F. W. & Co., (Frederick & Frederick W. Carlisle,) tatf' 
ners, leather and lindings store, 128 n Water, res cor Mil- 
ler and Warren. ,* 

Carlisle William C, sailor, bds Scanlan House, s e cor Water!, 
and Thompson. | 

Carlton Crosier D., book-keeper and machinist, Merrill 6r 
Bacon. -A 

Carlton Sidney, works Enterprise Ofiice. W 

Carman Henry, machinist, res 511 w s Warren. 5. ^ 

Carmichael Edmond, ship joiner, res n e Brady and Jefferson. 5;*' 

Little Jake &. €o. Uiitlcrscll I^vcrybody. i 

Carmichael Peter, lab, bds Alexander. • , ? 

Carr James, blacksmith, res s e cor ]\Iason and Jefferson. 4.'" 
(Jarr John, res:J18 2d. X>. | 

Carr Joseph, blacksmith, wks Charles A. Dolliver. J 

Carroll James, lab, bds National House, South Saginaw. :a 

Carroll Peter, lab, bds National House, South Saginaw. '% 

Carroll John M., elk John W. Howry, bds A. Dixson, or Everett 

House. 
Carroll Mrs. Mary, (wid) res 725 Maple. 7. 
Carroll Miss Mary, home Lester E. Cummings. 
Carroll jMarten, lab, bds Daniel Hooley. :■ 

Carroll Peter, dab, bds Daniel Hooley. 
Carothers James W., lab, res n s Williams, bet Mackinaw and 

Miller. 3. 
Carpenter Barnard, res w s Wash'n, cor 1st, s of Douglass. 7. 
Carpenter Miss Julia, wks W. Smitli. 
Carpenter Louis, lab, bds A. Lapham. 
Carpenter Miss Lizzie, dressmaker, bds N. Walthouse. 
Carson George, blacksmith, bds J.J. Reamer. 
Carson Thomas IL, filer Sears & Holland, res n w cor Coi'- 

neliu and German Colony Road. 4. 
Carson F., filer Sears & Holhuul. 



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CkFter George, carpenter, res n e cor Water aud Hayden. 2. 
Carter Perry, billiard-room, w s Mackinaw, opp Salina House, 
W^ res Hesse. 5. 
'''^■§'{ Owey Miss Agnes M., wks D. S. Hall. 

Casey Daniel, blacksmith, shop F. & P. M. R. R. 

Casey Marj, lab, res cor 12 th and Tuscola. 5. 

Casey Robert E., lab, res e s 4th, bet Fitzhugli and Carroll. 5. 

Casey Patrick, lab, res Tuscola, near 12th. -4. 

Casey Peter, lab, bds Mathew Borland. 

Casey William, horse farrier, bds R; Vannorman. 

Cashan Ambrose, lives J. Cashan. 

Cushan. Mrs. Elecia, lives John Cashan. 

Cashin Miss Ellen, matron, at St. Mary's Orphan Asylum, w s 

Welles, bet Emerson and Hoyt. 
Cashin John, lab, res N. E. Wells. 
Oashin John, lives John Cashin. 
Cashin, Miss Johanna, assistant matron at St. Mary's Orphan 

Asylum. 
Caspary William, baker, wks John Buckel. 
Cagins, Miss May, bds Miss Frances Campbell. 
Cashin Patrick, elk Mosher & Mick ley, res s w cor 4th and 

Miller. ______^«.««__. 

Tine Custom lV»rK ut HI. <& 11. Kocit Co's. 

Casler Rev. David, ))astor Methodist Church, res c s Jeflerson, 
bet Hayden uud William. 4. 

Caster Herbert E., elk Am. Ex. Co. office, bds Bancroft House. 

Caston, John, lab, res \v s AV'ebster, s of King. 8. 

Caswell Horace B., stone cutter, A. Hobson, bds same. 

Cassady IVlrs. Mary, wks Mrs. M. B. Morse. 

Cussedy Charles (Jameson & Cassedy), bds J. B. Kellan, Tus- 
cola, bet Wash'n and Franklin. 

Cassery Daniel, lab., res ^th, bet Kirk and Norman. 5. 

Cassin John, teamster, bds Henry Naegely. 
II Cleary Miss Kate, laundress liancroft House. 

Catlin ]"llijali S., Ismber inspector, res 402 AVebster, cor Mil- 
lard. 5. 

Catlin & Paine (Elijah Catlin, Alderman B. Paine), lumber 
inspectors and commission dealers, oflice Biickhout blk, 
n Water. 

Cater George, lab, bds John Richards. 

Cathie James, jdumber, res s s Millard, bet Wash'n and 
Franklin. 2. 

Candeld Joel, mechanic, F. & P. M. R. R. 

Canham John, Agent G rover and Baker sewing machine, res 
Aslor, bet IJockwell and Warren. -1. 



96 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 

Candman Chas. C, file cutter, res Maple, bet Hoyt and John- 
son. 2. 

Cansineaii George, blacksmith shop, Cass, bet German and 
William, bds John Iteemer. 

Cantine Cliarles, lab, bds Thomas Kenny. 

Chabotte Celestin, lab, bds Joseph Parquette. 

Chadima Francis, musician, res n e cor 4tli and Tuscola. 6. 

Chaffer Charles, printer, Courier office. 

Chafer William, lab, res n w cor Cherry and Douglass. C. 

Chagnon John B., baker, res cor Johnston and Wash'n. 

Chambers Miss Amelia, bds T. Billing. 

Chambers ^Mrs. A., dressmaker, wks E. G. Hammond. 

Chamberlain Lafayette B., bds L. 0. Whiting. 

Chamberlain AVilliam, carpenter, bds National House, South 
Saginaw. 

Chandler Bros. (G. 11. Chandler and John A. Chandler), chem- 
ists and druggists, No. 320 Genesee. 

Chandler George, bds L. W. Eccleston. 

Chandler Cilbert R. (Chandler Bros.), res s w cor Thompson 
and Jefferson. '3. 

IntervicAV the "Boss" C'lolliiers, Little Jake & Co. 

Chandler Ira E., salesman Little Jake & Co., bds Everett House. 

Chandler John A., chemist and druggist, res Houghton. 

Charles ^Mrs. Sarah, , res e Clay and Tuscola. 3. • 

Chase Asahel, city elk, ofiice over P. 0., res e s Warren, bet 
Hoyt and Emerson. 5. 

Chase Mrs. Hannah (wid), n s Gallagher, e of Mackinaw. 2. 

Chappell D. A., supt. water works, bds Everett House. 

Chapman Miss Mary E., wks Mary A. Fournier. 

Chapel Thomas, lab, bds David Iluttley. 

Chapman Thomas, lab, bds Marten Borland. 

Charry Laurence, lab, res Atwater, cor Cornelia. 7. 

Chanvez Francis, carpenter, F. & P. M. R. li. 

Chatterton Daniel D., cooper, res n s Linton, bet Mackinaw 
and AVashington. 5. 

CHEENEY H. H., Repair Shop and Lumber Rule Manufr, 
Gun-smith, and Sealer of Weights and Measures, e s Jef- 
ferson, bet Lapeer and Tuscola, res Genesee, bet Clay and 
Webster. 

Chepenk Charles, lab, res u s Gallager, bet Jefferson and Wash- 
ington. 8. 

Child Joseph, minstrel, bds Staubei-'s Hotel. 

Chilten, Mrs. Crena, (wid) res 125 Jefferson, bet Johnson and 
Tuscola. 






EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 97 

Chisholm Daniel, elk Mark & Fleitz, bds F.Miller. 

ChiBholm John D., passenger conductor and lumberman, res 
s w cor Jefferson and Miller. 3. 

Choate Charles B. (Reynolds & Choate), res No. 502 Carroll 
and Jefferson. 3. 

Church Ira, sawyer, bds Valentine House. 

Christler ]Ienry, lab, res ss Millard, bet AVash'n and Frank- 
lin. 3. 

Christopher Jacob, foreman round-house, res 7th, bet Kirk 
and Sears. 

Chriscaber Charles, lab, res e s Miller, s of Main. 3. 

Chriscadan Daniel, lab, res "w s ^liller, s Nimons. G. 

Cieta Antony, lab, bds Joseph M. Geni. 

Chriscadan James, lab, bds D. Chriscadan. 

Cinuunett Frank, painter, res e s Fifth, bet Carroll and 
Miller. 

CLAFLIN NELSON H., phvsician and surgeon, office and; 
res 314 S. Wash'n. See advt. 7. 

Olatlin N. J., elk Estabrook^& Saunders. 

Clair Miss Emma, bds AVillow Tree Saloon. 

Iillegunt Clothing; at M. &, II. Kocli &. C'o'm. 

Clancy Owen II., engineer, res e s Webster, bet Carroll and 
Fitzhugh. 6. 

Clark Alexander, printer, Courier office. 

Clark Alexander, blacksmith, res e s AVebster, bet Carroll and. 
Miller. 0. 

Clark Charles A., omnibus agt, res 1401 Genesee, cor Chesnut. 4. 

Clark David, drayman, res n e cor Chesnut and Webster. 4. 

Clark Decker, wks Harvey & Coleman, livery. 

Clark T. D. Douglass, elks aud bds Jesse A. Burdick. 

Clark Emmet R., druggist, bds Everett House. 

Clark George, elk, bds John Q. Adams. 

Clark Genia, elk Everett House. 

Clark Hannibal W.,'Scalerj bds John Hazzard. 

Clark Harley R., foreman Courier, bds Everett House. 

Clark Mrs. Helen B., wid, res w s Welles, s of Brady. 2. 

Clark Henry, cooper, res s s n Miller, bet King and Macki- 
naw. 3. 

Clark James, hack-driver, wks Harvey & Coleman. 

Clark James, painter, bds Mrs. P. Austin. 

Clark Jennie, bds Ocean Wavu. 

Clark Itev. John AV., rector St. Paul's Episcopal Church, res 
w s Rockwell, bet Carroll and Alillor. 

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98 EAST SAGINAW DIUECTORY. ; 

Clark John, blacksmith, res w s Jefferson, bet Emerson and 
Mason. G. 

Clark Leonard A., cashier First National Bank, 420 "Wash'o 
street. 2. 

Clark Nelson J., Oyster Bay Restaurant, cor Franklin and 
Potter. 3. 

Clark Richard P., aged, lives E. C. Cooper. v^ 

Clark Miss Rosetta N., sewing girl, with Mrs. P. Austin, m 

Clark, Stephen, steward Everett House. i%- 

Clark Willis G., elk Morley Bros., bds Mrs. Mary Gates, 
Wash'n. 

Clarke Charles E., carpenter, bds Erastus W. Durkee. 

Clarke Daniel, lab, bds Martin Maniou. 

Clarke E. R., & Co., (Emmette R. Clarke, ,) drug- 
gist, bds Everett House. 

Clarke Elgin E., saloon, res cor Tuscola and Wash'n. 3. 

Clarke H. W., scaler, office No. 308 Owen block, Genesee, Ms 
John Hazzard. 

Clarke James A., wks Enterprise Office. 

Clarke John, shoe maker, res 4th, bet Miller and Sears. 

Clarke William H., fireman, bds D. R Ring. 

Little Jako &. Co., Wisncr Block. 

Clarop Chas., rivermau, rese s 5th, bet Johnson & Fitzhugh. 4 

Clary Cortland C, farmer, res c s Genesee, bet Anncsly and 
Walnut. G. 

Clary Henry, waiter, Everett House. 

Clancey 0. H., mechanic, F. & P. M. depot. 

Clay Samuel G., bill poster, res G15 e s water, bet Hoyt and 
Thompson. 2. 

Claydon Harry, wks J. S. Stevens. 

Claydon Walter, machinist, res w s 4th, bet Johnson and 
Fitzhugh. G. 

Clayton Miss Rose, homo with James Wilber. 

Cleland Tl^omas, Jr., physician, office 132 s Washington, cor 
German, res s s Williams, bet Clay and AVebster. 2. 

Clement Daniel, lab, bds R. Vannorman. 

Clemens Thomas, oook keeper, Scars & Holland, bds 0. Good- 
speed. 

Clement Thomas, lab, bdsTremont House. 

Clendenney William S., ship carpenter, res w s Wash'n, s of 
Linton. 2. 

Clendeuiiing (Jeorge, elk, bds Everett House. 

Cliflbrd MvH. J')li/:i, , AVilliam, bet 1^'ruiiklin and Wash'n. 

Cliflon Wiiliuni, loivnuui gas works, res e s AVater, bet Hay- 
den and Mil laid. 2. 



EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 99 

Clinton Miss Mary, wks Mrs. 11. McAuley. 

Clinton William 0., hoop-maker, res Gallagher, bet Jefferson 

and Wash'n. 9. 
Cline Fred., elk Morley & Bros., res No. 318 e s 4th, bet Fitz- 

hugh and Johnson. 4. 
Cline John, lab, wks Gottelib Lange. 
Cline John, lab, res s s Lapeer, bet 7th and 8th. 2. 
Cliuc Sophia, wks John Cline. 
Cloudman and McClennan (Charles C.Cloudman and William 

McClennan), file cutters, shop Water, n of Mayflower Mills. 
Cloudman Charles C, file cutter, res w s Maple, bet Iloyt and 

Thompson. 2. 
Cloutier Reamer M., salesman Derby & Co., res e s Cass, bet 

Ilajden & William. 2. 
Clother AVultcr, carpenter, res s w cor 5th and Carroll, a. 
Club Nicholas, lab, wks Jesse Hoyt. 
Club Barn, w s Franklin, bet German and William. 
Clum Bridget, wks Bancroft Kouse. 

Coates Joseph, saloon, n s Walnut, e of Lincoln, res same. 2. 
Coates Thomas, well-digger, bds J. Carr. 
Coats Mrs. Mary, (wid) res w s 10th, bet Carroll and Wadsworth. 

Lurgc»)t Stock of Clotliiiii^ ut M. &, II. Koch & Co'ii. 

Coats William, cashier 2d Nat'l Bank, res e s Water cor John- 
son, o. 

Cobb S. M., mechanic F. & P. M. depot. 

Cobloigh Andrew M., stationary engineer, bds W. II. Oobleigh. 

Cobleigh William II., engineer, res e s Miller, n of Nimons. 5. 

Coburu Seth, lab, bds J. Hayes. 

Cochlin Alary, ironer, liancroft House. 

Cochran William J., foreman cooper, Sears & Holland. 

Codan James, cooper, J. Ilamsel, res w s Miller. 4. 

Cogan James, cooper, res w s Miller, s Centre. 4. 

Coginal David, wks Warner & Eastman's mill. 

Cogswell, Don A., lum-ber inspector, res 808 Johnson, bet 3d 
and llockwell. 8. 

Cogswell Wilfred D., lumber inspector. 

Cohen Simon, peddler, bds Jeremiah B. Kellam. 

Coil Patrick, lumberman, bds Martin Borland. 

Coldfield William, lab, res n Wash'n. 

Cole Frank J., res n w cor Thompson and Webster. 3. 

Cole George, lab, bds II. Tohuaii. 

Colo Martin \V., riverman, res u s Nimons, bet Ballard and 
Little. 4. 

Oole Mrs. Matilda, bds H. Tolman. 



100 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 



Cole Xatliau, farmer, bds A. Rust. 

Cole Patrick, lab, )jds John AVebster. 

Cole William, hostler, wks B. Besner, Montreal House. 

Cole William, sail-maker, res cor Clay and Lapeer. 4. 

Coleman Harrison, livery, res Wask'n, bet Tuscola and John- 
son. 11. 

Coleman ^liss Jennie, dressmaker, bds Albert McKee. 

Coleman Mrs. Sarah A., (wid Thomas Coleman), res 4th, btl 
Kirk and Sears. 3. 

Coles Mrs. Jennet, home with Mrs. ]\Iary Hulsizer. 

Coles Thomas, mechanic, bds Mrs. Mary Hulsizer. 

Colford. William, lumberman, res s s Carroll, bet Franklin and 
JefTerson. 2. 

CoUard. Benjamin P., rule-maker, res e s Jefferson, bet Mc- 
Coskry and Brady. 4. 

Collins Charles, lab, bds C. C. Parke. 

Collingwood Edward, wks 0. Lee, bds E. Ferguson. :4. 

Collier Frank L., clerk, bds Everett House. 

Collins James, wks 0. Lee. li,!. 

Collins Luke, lab, bds Thomas Kenny. ' \ 

Little Jake & Co., <<Bo8ii" Clotliicrt> of the Stute. 

Collins Martin, blacksmith, shop F. & P. M. R. R. 

Collishan Robert, bds T. Sadlier. 

Colnel Archibald, bds Scanlan House, s e cor Water ^nd 
Thompson. 

Colter C. C, wks Enterprise oflicc. 

Colter John A., wks Enterprise office. 

Colwell AVilliam, bds J. C. Brown. ., 

Comber Mrs. Dora, wid, res 222 Walnut. n' 

Comfort William, lab, res Little, s of Nimons. 3. 

COMINS ALBERT K., scaler of logs, office over 107 Gen- 
esee, res 51G n Jefferson, bet Astor and Miller. See adv't. 6 

Commer Emil, carpenter, res 527 1st, bet Annesly and Wal- 
nut. 8. 

Commercial Oollege, German, bet Franklin and Washington. 

Compo Joseph, farmer, res w s Jefferson, s of German Colony 
Road. 3. 

Conant Rev. William, pastor Christian Church, bds C. 0. 
Parke. 

Conden Charles, lab, res n s Hesse, bet Mackinaw and Little. 3. 

Conden Lampson, lab, res e s ]\Iiller, s Main. 

Condon IMrs. Elizabeth, bds Mrs. P. Austin. 

Condon Patrick, lab, bds ]\riciuiel Connery. 

Condy Joseph, lab, res e s 8th, bet Johnson and Tuecola. 4. 



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EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 101 

Cone M., tailor, bds Ebel Hotel. 

Congdou William C, wks Harvey & Coleman. 

Conklin Charles, lab, bds E. Merrill. 

Couley Mrs, Kate, dressmaker, res e s Jefferson, bet Tuscola 

and Johnson. 3. 
Conly Miss Mary, wks with A. M. Root. 
[iCousdine John, lab, res w s Miller, s of Centre. 4. 
Contle Joseph, lab, res 13th, bet Carroll and Wadsworth. 
Contillon Patrick J., elk American Ilouse. 
Con vers John S., conductor, res w s 3d, bet Carroll and Fitz- 

hugli. 4. 
Conway Miss Emma, milliner, bds Henry J. Ball. 
Conway James C, lab, bds Judge Hotel. 
Conn George, grocer, cor Potter and Rockwell. 8. 
Counel Miss Anna, wks C. Lee. 
Connell Richard, lab, bds Thomas Kenny. 
Connell William, lab, bds Lynch Hotel. 
Connely John, clerk C. B. Stever & Co. 
^ Connelly Jerome, omnibus driver, res n w cor Carroll and 

Washington. 4. 

Only one Price at 91. &. II. Kocli & CoN. 

Connelly Mrs. Mary (wid Michael Connelly), res Warren, bet 
German and William. 5. 

Connely Martin, riverman, bds J. Connely. 

Connely Joseph, riverman, res n s Hesse, bet Bundy and 
Mackinaw. G. 

Connely Thomas, lab, res s s Williams, n of Hess. 5. 

Connery Michael, Prescott House, n e cor Astor and Wash- 
ington. 5. 

Connor Anthony, bds Judge Hotel. 

Connor Miss Caroline, wks J. Gunnel. 

Connor James, capt. police, res e s Warren, n of Millard. 5. 

Conroy Morris, wks AVarner & Eastman. 

Conrou Francis, lan4-looker, res w s Jefferson, bet Hayden 
and William. 5. 

Cook Albert, lab, F. & P. M. R. R. 

Cook Albert, carpenter, res Anuesly, e of Ist. 8. 

Cook Miss Alice G., lives D. Hunter. 

Cook Miss Alice J., wks L Humphrey. 

Cook Christopher, res w s 4th, bet Johnson and Tuscola. G. 

Cook George (J., lab, wks F. & P. M. R. R. 

Cook Henry, lab, res e s 5th, bet Carroll and Fitzhugh. 2. 

Cook Jeremiah, lab, res w s ]iallard, n Nimons. 3. 

Cook John, lab, res w s 14th, nr J^apecr. y. 



102 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 



Cook John If., riverman, res n s Gallagher, bet Jefferson and 
Wash'n. 2. 

Cook Mrs. Louisa A., (wid) res s e cor Millard and Wash'n, 2 

Cook Miss ^lary E., lives with D. IIuDter. 

Cook Mrs. Nancy, housekeeper David Hunter. 

Cook AVilliam, wks Sears & Holland. 

Cooley Charles, lab, res w s Webster, bet Elm and McCoskry. 2. 

Coomer Merrit, telegraph operator F. & P. M. I{. 11., bds Wil- 
liam II. IJace. 

Coon George, bds Excelsior House. 

Coon Edward, bds Excelsior House. 

'Cooper Edward S., lab, res w s Wash'n, bet Hayden and Mil- 
lard. 4. 

Cooper James, student, bds Dr. Hiram C. Farrand. 

Cooper James, student at law, bds Hiram C. Farrand. 

Cooper Edmund C, head sawyer Bundy & Youmans, res s e 
cor Bundy and Main. 3. 

Cooper Walter, bds II. Studor. 

Cookson John M., lab, res n w cor Mott and Warren. 4. 

Copeen Miss Sophia, wks G. II. Chandler. 

Corcoran Peter, book-keeper, bds 11. Ilolahan. 

I*utronizc llic ''ISuiiiM" ClotliierM, I^ittle Jake &, Co. 

Corcoran Mrs. Mary, (wid) lives with II. Ilolahan. 

Corey George, saloon e s Water, bet Hayden and William, res 
same. 

Corlein James 11., lab, ros 1200 1-lth, nr Lapeer. 

Cormick Peter, lab, bds Martin Manion. 

Cornell Charles E., elk A. A. Dunk, bds same. 

Cornell George E., lumberman, res av Wash'n, bet Miller and 
Carroll. 3. 

Cornell James, machinist, res 711) Wash'n. 3. 

Cornell Lida, home with Christopher Holtzheimer. 

Cornell Samuel, elk, bds II. S. Averill. 

Corning Ginden, res e s Wash'n, s of German Colony Road. 3. 

Cornick Joseph, manut'r and dealer in boots and shoes, shop 
cor Genesee and Jefferson, res 110 4th, bet German and 
Lapeer. 11. 

Cornish Miss Maud, wks William I. Howard. 

Cornwall Charles, lab, bds Daniel Cummings. 

Cornwall James S., machinist, wks Merrill & Bacon. 

Cornwall James, lab, bds Daniel Cummings. 

Cornwall Scott, ship carpenter, bds J. B. Twist. 

Cote Joseph, Crystal Palace Saloon, 213 Lapeer, n of Gene- 
see, res same. 2. 



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Cotes AVilliam 11., contractor water works, bds Everett Uouse. 

Cotillier ]\[rs. Elizabeth, bds John Cotillior. 

Colillier John, cook, res Johnson, bet 12th and 13tb. 1. 
I Cotter ;Mrs. Annie ]\r., (wid) res w s Welles, bet Brady and 
h McCoskry. 2. 
llfCotter, Charles C, printer, I'nterprise, bds Mrs. A. M. Cotter. 

Totter, John A., printer, Enterprise, bds Mrs. A. ]\[. Cotter. 

Cotter Thomas, apprentice, printer, lives home, ]\rrs, A. M. 
Cotter. 
F Corrigan, John, umbrella maker, bds Patrick Ilaurigan. 
I Corn in Martin, sup't Ketcham & Co. 

Corser, IJliss W., millwright, res 217 e s Maple, bet Thompson 
and Iloyt. 3. 

Coucliman James, lab, res cor Kirk and Gth. 2. 

Coachman James, lab, F. & P. ]\I. H E. 

Coulter Joseph, bds T. Mnrphy. 

Countee AVilliam, head waiter Everett House, res n e cor Mil- 
lard and AVashington. 2. 

Country Gilbert, lab, bds A. Picard. 

Courier Company, oflice s Franklin, bet Genesee aud German. 

Couso Allen, carpenter, res cor Farwell and 3u. 

Clotliiiigr at Wholesale at M. & II. Koch & Co's. 

Couse Edward, speculator, bds Everett House. 

Cousineau George (Gallinger & Cousineau), bds Saginaw Val- 
ley House. 

Cousins Charles, tinsmith, Morley IJros. 

Cousino Moses, lab, res e s Little, s Nimons. 2. 

Couta Peter, lab, bds Joseph Aslin. 

Coutue Francis, lab, bds Joseph Aslin. 

Covert James S., foreman J. Tuthill, res n s Miller, bet 3d and 
Rockwell. G. 

Cowles Edward D., printer, local Enterprise office, bds 501 
. Carroll. 

Cowles, Ed., editor, bds Bancroft House. 

Cowles John, Avks Jbhn McKiunon, bds parents, Warren, bet 
German and William. 

Cowan Peter, lab, bds D. Forest. 

Co well Joseph H., physician (firm Jeffrys & Co well), bds 
Everett House. 

Cowell William, lab, res w s 7th, bet Johnson and Tuscola. 6. 

Cown F., lab F. & P. M. R. R. 

Cox Miss Annie, wks A. B. Passage. 

Cox John, blacksmith, shop F. & P. M. R. R. 

Coyle Miss Mary, wks Thos. Steele. 



104 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 

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Crabbe George, boots and shoes ("W. H. Downs & Co.), res 214 

Uoyt. 5. 
Craig Martin, elk F. "W. Carlisle & Co.,bcls cor Cass and John. 

son. 
Crago Arnold, bds Jacob Brenner. 
Cramer Martin, carpenter, res e s Jefferson, bet Johnson and 

Tuscola. 
Cramer William, teamster, bds Jacob L. Wilson. • c -'^^ 

Crampton Charles B., clerk (A. B. Wood), bds Rev. J. 8. 

Goodman. 
Crampton Jackson L., painter, res s w cor Carroll and 3d. 3. 
Crampton John, painter, F. & P. M. R. R. Co. 
Crane Benjamin S., carpenter, res e s Water, n of Center. 5. 
Crane Mrs. Mary N., wid Joseph S., res n ^v cor Johnson and 

AVebster. 2. 
Craw Miss Caroline, wks Etna House. 
Craw Henry W., cooper T. W. Stilwell, res cor AVarren and 

Johnson. 
Crawford Alonzo H., agent G rover & Baker sewing-machine, 

res w s Webster, bet Iloyt and Emerson. 3. 

Little Jake &, Co. Undersell Everybody. 

Crawford David F., engineer F. & P. M. R. R., res cor 4th and 

Kirk. 1. 
Crawford Peter, uss't book-keeper James Stewart & Co., bds 

Everett House. 
Crawford William R., carpenter, bds W, M. Sutton. 3. 
Creen J. & J. (John and James Creen), grocers, n e cor n 

Water and Tuscola. 
Creen John (J. & J. Creen,) res 107 Tuscola. 3. 
Creen James (J. & J. Creen), res over store, n e cor n Water 

and Tuscola. 3. 
Creen Miss Sarah, home with James Creen. « 

Cresswell Abner, machinist, res Cornelia, cor At water. 5. 
Cresswell Thomas B., raftsman, res n e cor 1st and John. 4. 
Crfokle Josepji, res w s 5th, nr Janes. 2. 
Criscon John, fireman, wks Jesse Hoyt. 

Criscon , lab, wks Jesse Hoyt. J 

Crisp William, lab, bds A. Rust. * 

Crippen C. A., grocer, res 8th, bet German and Janes. 5. 
Crocker Miss Julia L., wks Wm. Coats. • 

Crocker William, mechanic, res e s Cass, bet Hayden and Wil-' 

liam. 2. 
Cro foot George, blacksmith, wks Charles A. Dolliver. 
Croftford Mrs. Jane, (wid) Henry, res s s Miller, bet 8th and 

t)th. J. 



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Croniett Francis, painter, shop R & P. M. R. I\, 

Cronin M". J., cutter il. »!c II. Koch, bds Bancroft House. 

Crookshank Miss Maggie, wks Liebenthal & Boutall. 

Crosby Miss Emma, wks J. Curren. 

Cross George, lumberman, res w s Jefferson, bet Haydeu and 

William. 3. 
Cross Mrs. Martha, keeper pest-house, nr east limit, n of Vas- 

sar Plank road toll-gate, res s w cor 1st and HartsufiF. 
Cross Miss Mary, tailoress P. Roche, bds parents, 9th, nr Wat- 

rousville Plank road. 
Cross William, wks J. S. Stevens, bds Martha Cross. 
Cross AVilliam, bds W. Landis. 
Crossen John, carpenter, bds J. H. Overton. 
Crosse Peter, wks C. AYenks. 

Crouse Peter, lab, res 703, cor Webster and Tuscola. 0. 
Crowley John, fireman, res n AVash'n, bet (Jth and 7th. 4. 
|; Crouse Nicholas, coppersmith, shop F. & P. M. R. R. 
I Crouse Theodore, carpenter, res cor 5th, nr Norman. 
Croushar Adam, lab, res 789 Lincoln. 3. 
Crossland William, lab, res 8th, bet Farwell and n Wash'n. 3. 

Fasliionubic Tailoring at M. & fl. Koch & Co's. 

Crowe Robert, carpenter, res e s Maple, bet McCoskry and 

Atwater. 2. 
Crowfoot Charles, blacksmith, wks Charles A. Dolliver. 
Crowfoot George M., blacksmith, res 519 n wcorFitzhugh and 

Webster. 4. 
Cruise Andrew, bds Joseph Wilson. 
Cruise Miss Elizabeth, bds Joseph Wilson. 
Cruise George A., blacksmith, res s w cor Lapeer and 6th. 3. 
Crump Miss Lizzie, wks with R. S. Warren. 
Cubill John, carpenter, F. & P. M. R. R. 
Cubill John A., carriage maker, res cor Norman and 3d. 1, 
Cudley James, shoemaker, res 1408 Genesee. 4. 
Cudney Alexander, wks and bds J. Ryan. 
Cudney James, lab, w'ks Jesse Hoyt. 

Cufbert, James S., wks gas co., res e s Maple, s of Martha. 3. 
Cullan James, lab, bds Thomas Kenny. 
CuUins Mathew, lab, bds William Sculley. 
Cullinnen Thos., lab., res n s Fitzhugh, bet 4th and 5th. 7. 
Cumlerworth Anthony, engineer, res es Webster, cor Centre. 4. 
Cummiford Mrs. Ann, (wid), res bet Mackinaw and Miller. 4. 
Cummiford Miss Elizabeth, wks John VanSicklo. 
Cummings Alexander, blacksmith, bds Mrs. Mary Vinid. 
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Cummings Daniel, teamster, res uear Washington, bet 6th and 

8th. 53. ^^ 

Camniings James, lab, works Jesse Hoyt. 'vif^^ 

Cummings Luther E., lumberman, res cor Astor and JeflTn. if. 
Cummings Eobert, barber, bds F. A. Allen. 
Cumiard Miss IMaggie, home with William H. Race. 
Cunningham Francis, painter, bds Bechtel's Hotel. 
Cunningham George, painter, wks Baker Bros. 
Cunningham James, lab, bds Alexander House. 
Cunningham James, lab, bds ;^[artin Manion. 
Cunningham Owen, foreman Bartlett & Co. machine shop, res 
(ir/ Water. 7. , ^,. 

Curren !Miss Ellen, home with Afathew Borland. . JL-, 

Curren Miss Idella, home with Henry M. Campbell. s^^ 

Curren James, teamster, res n s Gallagher, s of Morris. 3. /^j 
Currens Miss L., dressmaker Mrs. £. G. Hammond. , il| 

Currey John, lab, bds Martin Manion. , i.;^ 

Carrie Andrew E., carpenter, res e s Franklin, bet Johnaoni 
and Tuscola. 3. ;.,| 

Curry Miss Amelia, music teacher, bds Mrs. H. S. Elseffer. -ifM 
Curry Daniel, lab, res w s Washington, s of Douglas. 5. ^'^ 

One Price to nil at Little Jaiie Sc €o's. 

Curry M. K., stage line prop'r, bds Everett House. 

Curtis Alfred C, painter, shop n s Center, bet JMackinaw and' 

Miller, res n e cor Miller and AVilliams. 3. ' ■ " 

Curtis Clark, hardware merchant, res cor Carroll and Wash»|^ 

ington. 1. J; 

Curtis Clark M., boarding house, res a o cor Washington aud; 
Carroll. 3. ^ 

Curtis, Estabrook & Gebhardt (L. B. Curtis, John S. Esta- 

brook, and Alex. Gebhardt), saw mill, w of Sag. &, St., 

Clair R. R., n of Mowbray's Brewery. 
Curtis Franklin A., (F. A. Curtis & Co.,) res s e cor n Water 

and Johnson. 2. 
Curtis F. A.,& Co. (Franklin A. Curtis, Clark M. Curtis), 

metalic paint and oil works, 208 n AVater. 
Curtis Frank I., liveryman, stable e s Franklin, bet Johnsoii; 

and Tuscola ; bds Everett House. j 

Curtis J. S. & Co. (Jay S. Curtis, Elias J. McClintock, Philip;. 

H. Andrews, Chas. A. Holmes), fire marine, life, fire and 

accident ins a^jents, ollice Bueuu Vista blk, cor Water and 

Genesee. 
Curtis Thomas, farmer, res 701 n s Carroll. 3. ■) 

Culhbert James .S., wks gas CO, res 017 Maple. 2. * : 



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k IWgag Joseph, lab, bds Daniel Cummings. 
|1|- Uley John, drayman, res 7th, bet German and Lapeer. 5. 
|1| Wkey AVilliam G., elk N. Schmelzer, bds F. Kohler. 
I^^l Dambacher John, carpenter, res n s Janes, bet 5th and Gth. 5. 
j[' Dttnibacher Joseph, lab, res n s Janes, bet 5th and Gth. 4. 
i Damstaetter Lewis, brewer, brewery e s Wash'n, s of German. 
Colony Road, res same. 4. 
Danu Charles, lab, wks Jesse Iloyt. 
Dann C, wks Sears & Holland. 
Dansing James, carpenter, res e s of 1st, bet Annesly and' 

Chesnut. 3. ^ 

Dauson James C, cabinet-maker, shop cor Cass and William, 

res 1st. 2. 
Daoust Anthony, lab, bds J. Vallet. 
Dapper John, tailor, res s e cor Merrill and Webster. 5. 
Darhng Albert, lab, bds American Ilonse. 
Diiruisiaetter Louis, brewer. [See Damstaetter.] 
Daton Leonard, carpenter, bds Abram F. Sharick. 
Datty Miss Josephine, home Avith Mrs. Mary Connelly. 

IVoliby iiuiU ut M. &. II. K.och &. CoS. 

Davenport Eugene, lab, bds D. JIacIntyre. 

Davidson Jacob, grocer and street commissioner, res o s Gene- 
see, bet Iloyt and Mott. 3. 

Davidson F. grocer (A. (JKOHMANN, Director of Poor), 
(Jenesee, cor German. 

Davidson E., saloon Genesee, bet Warren and Webster. 

Davidson Isaiah, jobber, bds E. Merrill. 

Davidson James, bds J. C. Brown. 

Davidson Robert, lumberman, res s s Annesly, bet 1st and 
Genesee. 5. 

Davies Alfred, bds J. Davies. 

Davies Brothers, masons, res e s Genesee, bet Mott and 
Walnut. 

Davies Charles, bds George Davies. 

Davies Cornelius, machinist, res e s 8th, bet Miller and Car- 
roll. G. 
I'^f Davies Miss Eliza M. A., lives G. Davies. 

Davies Mrs. Elizabeth, bds G. Davies. 

Davies George, contractor, res e s Genesee, bet Walnut and 
Mott. 

Davies James, contractor, bda G. Davies. 

Davies John 0., bds G. Davies. 



108 EAST SAQINAW DIRECTORY. 

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Davies Miss Kate, lives G. Davies. -^r 

Davies Orion, engineer, res cor Tuscola and 7th. 4. 
Davis Amos, agt. Cass River Boom Co., bds J. B. Twist. 
Davis Charles, coppersmith, shop F. & P. M. R. R. '-* 

Davis Eugene A., tobacco and cigar dealer, e s Potter, b^ 
Franklin and Jefferson, res w s 4th, bet German and 
Janes. 2. ^'a*! 

Davis George L., picture store, n Miller, w Washington. ^3,^ 
Davis, Goldstone & Co. (Siegfried Davis, E. Goldstone, and 

Robert Phillips), fancy goods. No. 306 Genesee. 
Davis Harry J., lab, bds Chas. Leroy. 

Davis L. C, wks Enterprise ofiice. ''*| 

Davis Lnther T., carpenter, res s s Jane, nr cor Lincoln. 
Davis William, lab, bds R. Vannorman. 
Davis AVilliara A., ship carpenter, res o s Miller, s of Center.^' 
Davis William 0., bar-tender M. McQuade, bds St. Nicholas. ■ 
Davis Richard, lab, bds R. Vannorman. 
Davis Miss Sarah, lives Avith C. B. Choate. •'*1! 

Davis Siegfried (Davis & Goldstone), bds R. Talbot. 't 

Davison Oliver, wood-turner, res e s Thayer, n Gallagher. "'^^ 

L.argc§t Stock in the Stutc at Little Jake's. 

Dawson Garrett W., barber, shop over 311 Genesee, res cor'iK 
Cass and Tuscola. 4. :' 

Dawson G. W., barber, bds Etna House. , 'V, 

Dawson James C, cabinet maker, shop cor Cass and William, 
res 1st. 2. 

Dawson John, lab, bds Marshall B. Spencer. k; 

Dawson John, boiler-maker T. Steele. -■" 

Day Albert A., att'y and U. S. Receiver of Lands, office Derby 
blk, bds Everett House. 

Day F. W., physician, bds Everett House. 3. '\ 

Dayton Leonard, wks J. S. Stevens. [See Datan.'] i. 

Deagon John, lab, bds Daniel Hooley. f 

Deamud Ephraim, lab, res Gth, bet Kirk and Norman. 3. 

Dean Charles, 'lumberman, res Walnut, e Genesee. (High.) 

DeCharboneau ]\Iiss Agnes, bds Joseph Wilson. 

Dechan Charles, cooper, res cor 4th and Farwell. 

DeChame Charles, ship carpenter, bds R. Hall. ^:. 

Decker Clark, hack-driver, bds Everett House. 

Decker James, carpenler, res s s Siierman, w of Wash'n. 3. 

Decker Jerome, carpenter, bds James Decker. 

Decker .loliu M., car}»tnter, res Gallagher, w Jefferson. 5. 

Dcdrick Mrs. Carrie, chambermaid Everett House. 

Dee George, bricklayer, bds W. Smith. 



EAST SAGINAW DIUECTORY. lOD 

IKier Alexander "W., pattern-maker "Wickes Bros., res e s Water, 

bet Astor and Miller. 6. 
Deer J. B., carpenter, shop F. & P. M. 11. R. 
■Ikfniin Arthur, lawyer, res w s Water, bet Brady and McCos- 

kry. 3. 
DeForest Wm. II., salesman Reynolds & Choate,bds A.BirdsalJ. 
iK'gener Otto II., cashier Morley Bros. 
Dogner Wm. lab, res German ia bldg, Lapeer. 5. 
Deisler Andrew, baker, wks John Buckel. 
Dt'indorler John P., bds R. Luster, elks F. E. Iloyt. 
Dcisig Joseph, watchman, wks Jesse Iloyt. 
DoLand Charles V., insurance and real estate agent, res 405 

s AVashington. 7. 
DELAND MILTON B., notary public and insurance agent, 

ollice Sike's block, n w cor Mackinaw and Wash'n, res e 

s Webster, bet Rust and Centre, i. 
DELAND TIRGIL W., millwright, res s s Centre, bet 

Miller and Webster. See advt. 5. 
Delavergne Joseph, cabinet-maker, res w s Warren, bet Cherry 

and Thompson .2. 

Koch & Co., Geiiciicc St., oppos^itc ISniieroft House. 

Delavergne Leroy II., carpenter, res n s Douglas, w of Jeffer- 



son. 



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Delavergne Lewis, blacksmith, res 7th, bet Miller and Sears, -i. 

Delayergna Louis, carpenter, res dO'Z Cherry cor Park. 

Delevau Louis, mechanic F. & P. M. R. R. 

Delevau S. C, blacksmith F. & P. M. R. R. 

Delavergna Tunis, carpenter, bds L. Delavergna. 

Deloney Charles, wks Warner & Eastman. 

Delude Charles, lab, bds Lewis Globenskey. 

Delude Miss Mary, wks T. E. Dorr. 

Denahue Miss Eliza, bds E. Van Sickle. 

Deuin Frank, carpenter, res G26 German. 3. 

Denner Andrew, lab, res 432 Walnut. 7. 

Denner John, sawyer J. S. Stevens. 

Dennis Eli, drayman, res s e cor Wash'n and Thompson. 4. 

Denton Andrew J., ice dealer, res King, nearly opp Mowbray's 

brewery. 4. 
Denton Miss Cora, wks W. 0. Ashmun. 
Denton Hartley, lab, lives T. G. Denton. 
Denton Thos., wks A. J. Denton. 

Denton Timothy (J., lab, res e s X., bet Main and Iless. 3. 
Denoma Paul, lab, res e s Maple, s of Atwater. 0. 
Denome Stei)hen, lab, res Ward, cor Atwater. 4. 



110 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. i 

Denoyer Peter, drayman, res 228 4fch, bet Johnson and Tus- 
cola. 5. 

Depew & Co. (J. 0. & W. B), carpenters, shop cor German ana 
Jefferson. 

Depew Charles, carpenter, shop F. & P. M. 11. 11. 

Depew Hamilton, carpenter, wks Depew & Co. ' *' 

Depew Thomas C, carpenter, res No. 6, Gth, bet Lapeer and 
Johnson. 

DePew Th., carpenter, shop cor Jefferson and German, res cor 
5th and Fitzhugh. 

Depew William, carpenter, res w s (ith, bet Johnson and Tus- 
cola. 7. 

Depew William B., carpenter, res No. G Gth, bet Lapeer auJ 
Johnson. 

Depew Bros. (Thomas and William), contractors and builders, 
shop n w cor German and Jefferson. 

Depew Hamilton Y., carpenter, res w s 5th, bet Carroll and 
Fitzhugh. 5. 

Do Piiy Miss Cora, saleswoman E. G. Hammond. '^" 

Derborn Wm. H., lab, bds A. Picard. ' ^ 

Derby Miss Ida, dressmaker, bds A. Dixon. s.'; 

]Vo BnutcrinK ut SLittlc Jake's. 

Derby John P. & Co., wholesale grocer, Derby blk, n AVater. 

also, city lime works, w s Water, res n w cor Geneseeaud 

Cherry. Ollico Derby & Co. Derby blk, n Water. G 
Derby John, merchant, res w s Jefferson, bet Johnson and 

Fitzhugh. 4. 
Derby Lewis, (col) laborer, res e s Warren, bet Fitzhugh and 

Carroll. 2. 
Dellosia Edward, teamster, res w s 2d, bet Chestnut and 

Cherry. G. 
Derous Albert, lab, bds National House, South Saginaw. 
Derome Peter, ship carpenter, res w s AVashingtou, bet Brady 

and McCoskry. 5. 
Derrick ChaHes, mechanic, works F. & P. M. R. 11. depot. 
Derry Thomas, engineer, res n s Fitzhugh, bet Franklin and 

Jefferson. 8. 
Derlet Nicholas, baker, bds Joseph Behler. 
Dervot Frederick, lab, res s 8 William. 4. ;. 

Denel Harvey, beer deliverer J. Fisher, res s w cor German 

and 3d. G. 
Dewel Miss Lottie, wks Duncan Campbell. 
Dcwar Angus, bar-tender W. Dewar, bds same. 
Dewar AVilliam, club room, 405 Genesee. 



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EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. Ill 

Deyhle Godfrey, lab, bds John Thomas. 

Deyo Abratn 11., shirt manuf'r, factory over cor Genesee and 

Franklin, res s w cor Emerson and Warren. -1. 
Deyo A. J., painter, bds Tremont Honse. 
De Zell Andrew, farmer, res German Colony Road. 4. 
|| Dovany Andrew, lab, bds Martin Manlon. 

Devlin C. IL, manager American Telegraphic Institute, bds 

Everett Ilonse, res 120 Wash'n. 2. 
Devitt Edward, lab, bds John Devitt. 
Dovitt John, lab, res 3d, bet Kirk and Sears. 3. 
Dickerman Edward IL, salt-boiler, res e s Webster, bet Centre 

and liust. 5. 
Dickinson S. K., elk C. & T. K Spencer, res 61G Thompson. 4. 
Dickinson Samuel J., elk T. B. Spencer, res GIG Thompson. 

4. [See name above.] 
Dickson Peter, lab, res e s Cornelia, bet Martha and Mc- 

Coskry. 3. 
Dieckmann Ferdinand, gardener and florist, res 439 lat, cor 

Walnut. 5. 
DIETRIECH JOHN, prop'r Michigan Hotel, cor Genesee 

and German Colony lioad. 10. 

Special l>c|>artiiicnt for Boyt«' Clutliing at Kocli & Co'«. 

Dietz Mrs. Catherine A., (wid) res e s Jefterson, bet Ilaydcn 
andAVilliam. 2. 

Diet'/ Harry E., surveyor, bds Mrs. C. A. Dietz. 

DILLKNBACK FRANK C, agt G rover & Baker S. M. Co., 
salesroom 304 (ienesee, res cor Franklin and Miller. 5. 

Dillinham Arthur, res Thompson. 

Dillingham John B. (Dillingham & Rausford), res 615 Thomp- 
son. 4. 

Dillingham & Ransford (John B. Dillingham and Byron L. 
Ransford), att'ys at law, oHice n e cor Cass and Genesee. 

Dillon Miss Mary, wks Bancroft House. 

Diliott Joseph, ship carpenter, bds T. Riddell. 

Dinmy Stephen, wks Warner & Eastman. 

Dion Charles, lab, bds Montreal House. 

Dion Joseph, clerk Tremont House, bds Tremont House. 

Disbrow Charles A., lab, bds x\. Rust. 

Dittes Frederick, carpet-weaver, res e s of Smith s of Wal- 
nut. 2. 

Dittes Philip, oik Root & Midler, bds parents. 

Divine Miss Ellen, home with Henry Naegely. 

Divine Miss Mary, home with itenry Naegely. 

Dixon Alljort R, picture store, GJ3 Thompson, cor Maple. 3. 



118 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. % 

Dixon Mrs. Almira, bds A. F. Dixon, 613 Thompaou, cor 

Maple. 
Dixon A. P., & Co., (Albeit F. Dixon, Mary A. Sbaw), uotioDI, 

etc., 105 Genesee. . .. 

Dixon Amos, res 301 Jefferson, cor William. 4. -^^^ 

Dixon ]\fiss Polly, Avks AV. H. Malleth. _,M 

Dixon Richard, tinner, res Tuscola, bet Cass and Franklin. ,8» 
Dixon William M., ship-yard, w s Wash'n avenue s of Bristol 

Employs GO men. iV: 

Deering James, engineer, res g e cor Johnson and 5th. 3. '^M 
Dobson Andrew, bds W. C. Bovryer. 2. ; M 

Dobson Mrs. Ann, (wid) res ^Y s Genesee, bet Chesnut awi 

Walnut. 4. 
Dobson George C, machinist, bds Mrs. A. Dobson. 
Dobson John B., wks Euter])rise ofiice, 
Dobson Miss Mabel, wks C. Floyd. ; ^^ 

Dobson R. T., painter, Avks Burtt & Loomis. 
Dobson William E., fruit stand, Genesee, cor Cass, resQeuefle 

bet Walnut and Cliesnut. 5. ^ 

Dodge Elias W., carpenter, res w s Park, bet Hoyt and Ohef^^ 

nut. 3. '::^ 

lutcrvicw the ''Bohs" C'lotliierM, Little Jake & Co.; 

^ «_.^ '^, 

Dodge Miss Letta, lives AV. Armstrong. ^ 

Doe Gilbert, rivermau, bds F. Leasia. 

Doen George, teamster, res w s .left'orson, cor Brady. 5. 

Doheny James, striker Wickes Bros. 

Dulan John, lab, bds Farmers' Home. 

Dole George E., lumberman, bds T. E. Dorr. 

Dollanty Patrick, lab, bds Lynch Hotel. 

Dollar Andrew, mason, bds George Dollar. 

Dollar George, brick-mason, res n s Emerson, bet Park and] 

Webster. 3. v 

Dolliver Charles A., blacksmith and carriage irouer, shop cor ; 

Franklin and German, res German, bet Cass and Jeflfn. 2/ 
Dolson Miss Anna, works W. S. McLean. 3^ 

Donahue Daniel F., stationary engineer, Bancroft House, reaT 

010 Jefferson. 7. .| 

Donahue John, lab, bds Bechtel's Hotel. ■^ 

Donahue Michael, lab, bds Farmer's Home. % 

Donahue Thomas, cooper, res s e cor Chestnut and Park. 3.f 
Donaldson Adam, dyer, res Franklin and Tuscola. G. 
Donalds(ui J<]bene/.er, sailor, bds Daniel Forest. 
Duney Aliss Addie, li\'es with J. J. Hosmer. 
Donnely Agnes, works 0. I'\ Wisner's. 



EAST SAGIifAW DIRECTORY. 113 

DONNELL DANIEL 0., (Capt.,) lumbermau, res w s 
Franklin, bet Carroll and Fitzhugh. 8. 
: Donnely Miss Delia, wks A. Hobson. 

Donnelly James, owner tug "Kate Felcher," res 412 Wash- 
ington. 4. 
': Donnelly James, bricklayer, res cor Kirk and 7tb. 3. 
. Donovan Miss Carry, hairdresser, bds Miss E. Welsh. 
\ Donovan Miss Carrie, sales lady, Miss H. A. Donovan. 
. Donovan Miss Hattie, hairdresser, bds Miss E. Welsh. 

Donovan Miss H. A., millinery and fancy goods, 123 s Wash'n. 
'■ Donovan John, blacksmith, F. & P. M. R. R. depot. 

Donovan Miss Maggie, wks Mrs. 11. A. Donovan. 

Dorille Louis, lab, bds A. Picard. 

Dorn Charles, bds Excelsior House. 

Dorr Temple E., lumberman, office with Eddy, Avery & Co., 
res cor Carroll & Warren. 3. 

Doty Horatio N., grocer, 420 Genesee, res cor Iloyt and Webster. 

Doty Miss Josephine, home with C. I. Stetson, Astor. 

Dougall D., lumber handler, s s Freedom, bet Lapeer and Janes. 

Doughty Charles, elk T. E. Doughty, res s e cor Franklin and 
Miller. 3. 

Trunks for LatliCH uiid Cieiitleiiicii ut Kocli & Co'»i. 

Doughty Frank E., elk T. E. Doughty, bds Everett House. 

Doughty George H., jeweler, with T. E. Doughty, res Franklin 
near n ]\Iillor. 8. 

Doughty Henry, lab, res 807 ]\[errill. 4. 

Doughty Thomas E., watches, clocks and jewelry, stationery 
and wallpaper, 301 Genesee, cor Franklin, res w s Jeffer- 
son, bet Johnson and Fitzhugh. 8. 

Doughty William S., elk T. E. Doughty, bds Everett House. 

Dougherty D., sawyer J. S. Stevens. 

Dougherty Edward, lab, bds Daniel Forrest. 

Douglass John, lab, bds Scanlan House. 

Douglass Joseph, riverman, res e s Water, bet Emerson and 
Mason. 2. 

Douglass Joseph, wks Warner & Eastman. 

Douglas Robert F., foreman, bds D. Forrest. 

Douglas Robert, blacksmith, F. & P. M. R. R. depot. 

Doughney James, lab, bds Patrick Dough ney. 

Doughney Miss Margaret, home with Patrick Doughney. 

Doughney Patrick, sawyer, res cor Gth and Kirk. 

Downey Andrew, lab, res w s Mackinaw, s of Centre. 3. 

Downs Miss Emma, milliner Mrs. E, G. Hammond. 

Downs Francis, lab, bds Thomas Kenny. 

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114 EAbT SAGINAW DIUECTOllY. 

Downs Seth, curriage-maker, shop and res 808 "Wasli'n. 5. ,\ 
Downs William II., boots and shoes, Genesee, res 014 Wash'n. 5. 
Downing Alexander, Ass't Supt F. & P. M. lu R., res cor Astor 

and Jefl'erson. Ji. 
Downing & Brother (Moses S. and Henry AV. Downing), 

grocers, and flour and feed, n e cor Miller and "Wash'n. 
Downing Henry W., (Downing Bros.), res Holly, Mich. 
Downing Moses S., (Downing Bros.), res e s Franklin, bet 

x\stor and Potter. 3. -r 

Doyle Mrs. Bridget, (wid), res s w cor Franklin and Mil- 
lard, o. 
Doyle Miss Catherine, wka American House. ,^ 

Doyle Edward II., book-keeper, B. B. Bnckhout, res u e cor 

Carroll and Warren. 2. 
Doyle William, wiper, round house, F. & P. M. R. R. . ,\^ 

Draper Andrew, elk, Mosher & Mickley, res n w cor Genesee. 

and lloyt. 4 

Draper Calvin D., carpenter, res c s Geuosee, bet Emerson antl 

Iloyt. 0. .i; 

Draper Eugene E., elk, and bds Nick Althouse. (<■ 

Draper C. Stewart, attorney aiwl controller, res Wiish'u, bet 

Johnson and Tuscola. 

fi^illlc JTalic &L- Co., ^Vii^ncr Block. 

Draper William, barber, bds Abram Ryno. 

Drecher Peter, carpenter, res s s Fitzhugh, bet oth and Gth. f, '' 

Drehcr Miss Eli/.i;be(h, wks Stauber's Hotel. , 

Dresler Y)., cigars, tobacco, wines, and liquors, 407 Genesee, 
res E. 8. AVebster. 

Dresler R., manufacturer of cigars, res c s Webster, bet Ger-. 
man and Lapeer. 7. 

Dresser Charles, fireman, res w s 5tli, bet Carroll and Fitz- 
hugh. 2. 

Driggs liyron !S., clerk Simpson, Barber & Co., bds Mrs. 
Kellan, Tuscola. 

Driggs .lohu IT., dealer in real estate, land, and salt, and arti- 
ficial stone, ollice over cor Genesee and Water, res 310 
CasS, near Johnson. 

Driggs Martin, elk, bds Jeremiah B, Kellam. 

Driggs AVilliam J., elk and bds J. F. Driggs. ; 

Driscoll Miss Annie, wks L. N. S. Lenheim. jj 

Driscoll Daniel (No. 1), lab, bds Lynch hotel. ' ':' 

Driscoll Daniel (No. y), lab, bds Lynch hotel. 

Driscol Edward, riverman, bds D. O'Donnell. 

Driscoll John, lab, bds Oscar Hull. 

Dryo Lewis, lab, res Warren, bet (Jerman and William. 



EAST SAGINAW DIHECTOllY. 115 

Dubois Andrew, sawyer, wl<s Jesse Hoyt. 

Dubois Francis, millwright, bds Barnard Carpenter. 2. 

Dubois J. P., wks Enterprise office, res s s William, bet Wa3h*n 
and Water. 

Dubow Isaac, lab, wks Jesse Hoyt. 

Diiby Timothy, lab, bds Joseph Aslin. 

Dubey Michael, sawyer, bds . 

Dachano Thomas, lab, bds E. Lcclair. 

Duchaime, Victor! ne, dressmaker, res e s Webster, s William. 

Ducliet F., carpenter, bds J. J. Reamer. 

Ducket Edward, lab, res n s McCoskry, bet Washington and 
Water. 2. 

Dudgeon Hugh, farmer, res w s Jefferson, opp East Sagi- 
naw driving park. 0. 

Dueher Francis, carpenter, F. & P. M. R. R. depot. 

Dutly Edward, aged, lives James Dnffy. 

Dully James, lumberman, res 21G Maple. 5. 

Duford Micliael, lab., bds Joseph Aslin. 

Dugas William, lab, bds Joseph Parguette. 7. 

Duggan, Michael, teamster, bds Henry Naegely. 

Duggan William, propr '*' Clinton House,'' e s Jefferson, bet 
Genesee and Tuscola. '^. 

I Cientlcnicii'M Outfits at M. & II. Koch &. Co'»i. 

Duggan John, machinist, Wickcs Bros. 

Duggan IVIiss Mary, wks and bds A. 11. Deyo. 

Duggan ]\Iiss Nora, wks and bds A. 11. Deyo. 

Duhsbibier Miss Barbara, wks Martin Baum. 

Duke, David, ^d miller, Mayflower mills. 

Dukeland James, musician, bds William II. Race. 

Duley Winfield, lab, res w s X street, bet n Miller and 
Eaton. 2. 

Dunnavan John, lab., bds William Sculley. 

Dunbar James, lab, res e s Douglas, bet Cherry and Walnut. 5. 

Duncan David A., dealer in logs and pine land, e s Jcffn, bet 
Brady and Mason. 

Duncan David, lumberman, res 929 Jefferson. G. 

Duncan & Gamble (D. A. Duncan and J. Gamble), dealers in 
logs and pine land, office Owen block 308 Genesee. 

Dundon Mrs. Isabella, bds Malcolm A. McDougald. 

Dunks Alfred A., druggist, n e cor Genesee ;ind Wash'n, res s 
AVash'n, bet Iloyt and ]<]merson. ,'J. 

Dunkciit ('hristian, lab, res 200 Webster, bet Johnson and 
Tuscola. 4. 

Dunkin Joseph, cook, res w a Jelfn, bet Johnson and Tus- 
cola. 4. 



116 EAST SAGINAW DIKECTOKY. 

DUNLAP ALEXANDER, saloon and boarding house, e 

Water, bet Atwater and McCoskry, res same. See adyt. 'x 
Dunlap & Calderwood (Robert Diinlap, Andrew Calderwood) 

groceries, provisions, flour, add feed, w s Wash'n ave, s v 

Centre. 
Dunlap John, foreman J. McKinnon, bds Bechtel's Hotel. 
Dunlap John C, foreman, wks John McKinnon. 
Dunlap Robert, (Dunlap & Calderwood), bdsN. A. RandalL 
Dunlap Robert, (Dunlap & Calderwood), bds Valentine Houb» 
Dunn Amelia, chambermaid Bancroft House. 
Dunnayau John, lab., bds AVilliam Sculley. 
Dunning Alonzo, lumberman, w s Franklin, bet Fitzhugh and 

Johnson. 4. 
Dumaas Robert, riverman, res e s Thayer, n of Morris. 2. 
DuPerrer Charles, lab, bds A. Picard. 
Duprey Thomas, drayman, res e s Wash'n, bet lloyt and 

Thompson. G. 
Durkee Erastus W., teamster, res cor German and 7th. 3, 
Durkee Seymour, carpenter, res e Little, bet Main and 

Nimons. G. 
Dusett Edward, lab, bds A. Dunlap. 

Little Juke &. Co., <'BoH§" ClolhicrH of the State. 

Dushane George, sailor, bds Mathew Borland. 

Dutcher George E., elk C. II. Smith, res e s Warren, bet fitz- 
hugh and Johnson. 3. 

BUTTON CHAUNCEY S., stave dealer, office 414 Gene- 
see, res 311, w s n Cass. 2. 

Dutton , bds Robert Robinson. 

Duval Joseph, lab, bds Joseph Asliu. '.-t 

Dwau John, lab, res 5th, bet Miller and Sears. 6. . . 

Dwyer Michael, lab, bds Lynch Hotel. 

Dyke Clement, carpenter, bds Etna Hotel. 

Dyer Morris, machinist, res Rockwell, bet Miller and Carroll. 4. 

Dyer Morris D., wks F. & P. M. depot. 

Dynes Miss Elizabeth, home with John Murrey. 

Dyness Miss Matilda, home with John A. McMahon. 

Dynes John, painter, bds A. Soaper. . -. 



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Eabots Jacob, painter, works Burtt & Loomis. 

Earl Andrew J., wks F. & P. M. R. R., bds J. W. Caruther. 

Earle Master Thomas, lives with M. E. Benton. 



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tut Saginaw Gaslight Co., office ess "Wash'n, bet Genesee 
and Tuscola, works near west end Bristol-st bridge, E. M. 
Burton, Sec'y. 

bit Saginaw water works, situated s end of Miller street. 

fast Saginaw Manufacturing Co., factory and office n e cor 
Jefterson and Tuscola, manufacturers of sash, doors and 
blinds, planing, &c. Refused individual names. 

Bwtman Clarence L., elk John Gallagher & Co., res w s Frank- 
lin, bet Iloyt and Emerson. 2. 

Ewtman Edward, engineer F. & P. M; R. R. 

Eastman E. 0., opr, res 719 Wash'n. 

Eajstman Elliot 0., elk Warner & Eastman, bds L. II. Eastman. 

Eastman Frank, waiter Bancroft House. 
• Eastman John, lab, res 410 Maple. 3. 

Eastman Leonard, turner, res 401 Warren, cor Webster. Will 
;; move to near Potter st soon. 3. 
' Eaatman Loton H. (Warner & Eastman), res 719 s Wash'n. 7. 

Eustmau Mrs. Sarah, res cor German and Gth. 

Eaaton Roderick, pump maker, violinist, and alderman 6th 
ward, res w s 1st, bet Aunesly and llartsuff. 3. 

Eastwood W. II. (Eastwood & Merrill), res 1227 Wash'n. 4. 

Workinjfiucu'f^ Outfits at M. & II. Koch A. Co's. 

Kiistwood Melvin, Crystal Palace Saloon, 213 Lapeer. 

Eiitoa Benjamin, wks F. & P. I\f. depot. 

Kuton Benjamin, lab, res cor 3d and Potter. 

Katon Chark'S '1\, bds Salina House, res Saginaw City. 

Eaton George, millwright, res s w of Miller and Rust. 7. 

Eaton John, wks and bds J. Ryan. 

Eaton, Potter & Co. (D. L. C. Eaton and F. II. Potter), mill 
and salt block foot Centre, w Sag. City and St. Clair R, R. 
Employ 30 men. 

Eaton William M., sawyer Sears & Holland, res w s Cornelia, 
bet Phelon and German Colony Road. 2. 

Eccleston, Silvester W,., boarding house, res 710 Wash'n. 3. 

Eberts Joseph, painter, bds Stauber's Hotel. 

EBEL ROBERT, PROP'R EBEL HOTEL, s Franklin, 
opp Courier office. 4. 

Eddy, Avery & Co. (Edwin Eddy, Sewell Avery, John F. Eddy, 
Newell Avery, Simon J. Murphy), lumber and salt man- 
ufacturers, mills and works Bay City, main office s Water, 
bet Genesee and German. 

Eddy Charles K., lumberman, office with Eddy, Avery & Co., 
res cor Astor and Franklin. 1. 

Eddy Charles, book-keeper, Huron Log Booming Co., o s 
Park, bet Cherry and Chestnut. 3. 



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Eddy Edwin, lurabermau, res 416 e s Juffu. 3. 

Eddy Romulus A., tinner, res cor Fitzhugli and Johnson. 

Eddy Ware, lumberman, res GOG Webster. 4. 

Edelmanu Georo^e, elk A. We^st, bds John G. Edelmau. 

Edelman John G., saloon, cor Clay and Genesee, o. 

Edelman John G., saloon, res Clay, bet German and VfiU% 
liam. 4. 4; 

Edge Joseph, lawyer, res e s Cornelia, cor Phelan. 3. ■ w 

Edget John A., attorney, res cor Maple and Thompson. f^ 

Edinger William, dealer in wall paper, res Genesee, bet Clay 
and Rockwell. 5. 

Edmonds John Stcv/art, Bancroft House. \. 

Edsall Thomas, lumberman, res s e cor German Colony road 
and 2d, e of Jeffn. 4. 

Edwards Daniel, sawyer, res e s Miller, s of Nimons. 3. .4, 

Edwards Ephraim, lab, res e s East, 

Edwards William IL, lumberman, res e s Jefferson, bet Hay- 
den and Millard. 5. 

Eff halter Joseph, Avks L. Darmstaettcr. .,i4 

Egau John, lab., bds C. C. Parke. ■ % 

Patronize tlic ''ISoi^s" Clotliicrs, IJttlc Juke & Co. 

Egan Stephen F., shoemaker, bds J. J. Reamer. 

Egen John, lab, bds Thomas Keump. 

Egerman Charles, mechanic, wks R & P.M. depot. 

Egerer Simon C, baker, res liapeer, bet 3d and 4tb. G. 

Mggot Ernst, sash and blind nniker, res w s Lincoln, bet w 

Cherry and Walnut. 4. 
Eggot John. 

Eggert Edwin, wks E. S. Manning. 
Eggert Henry, porter Derby & Co., res c s 3d, bet Johnson and 

Tuscola. !?. 

Egleson , shoemaker, bds William B. Crress. 

Eglotf John, blacksmith, shop Miller, cor Mackinaw, res 1 

door n shop. G. 
Egoelf Miss Lizzie, wks T. E. Daughty. 
Ehrlinger Miss Mary, wks C. W. Grant. 
Eierman Charles, vinegar manuf'y, res n w cor Webster and 

Johnson. 7. 
Eickenlop Martin, saloon, basement 117 Lapeer, res cor Elm 

and Webster, 'i, 
EISENiUMOY k HlJlMiRY, (Samuel T. Eisenbrey und 

Jaincs Hurley), intelligence ollice, Irving House, Potter, 

opp. F. & P. M. R. R. depot. See advt. 



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Eisenbrey Siimuel T., prop'r Eureka barber shop, Irving 
House, s s Potter, opp F. & P. M. II. 11. depot, bds Irving 
^! ^ House. 

Eisenbrey Mrs. Hannah, liomo v/ith William II. Race. 

Eisenberg William, tailor, res n s Genesee, bet Clay and Rock- 
well. 3. 
i. Eisenberg William, Jr., tailor, wks William Eisenberg. 
»^% Ellis Albert G., elk Clark & Ellis, bds Everett House. 

Ellis Charles W. (Clark & Ellis), res 802 lloyt. 3. 

Ellis David, carpenter, res s s Brady, bet Jeffn and Welles. 3. 

Ellis George, helper R. Vannorman. 
I,. ... Ellis Henry, carpenter, bds D. Ellis. 

Ellis Lyman, lab, bds Lynch Hotel. 

Ellis Thomas, bds H. Clark. 

Ellis William, carpenter, res 1100 s e cor Emerson and Web- 
ster. 4. 

Ellis William, wks Eeige Bros. 

Ehvert Henry, carpenter F. & P. M. R. R. 

Eliphalet Schopi)e N., elk Medical Hall. 

Elkins Israel, lab, res opp DAY. Rust & Co.'s ship yard. G. 

Tlic Great Popular Clotlaiii;; lloiii»c of Kocli & iJo. 

Elseffer Mrs. Harriett S. (wid John), res s e cor Franklin and 

Fitzhugh. C. 
Elseffer ;Mrs. Jane (wid George), res 701 n s Carroll, 'i. 
Elseffer Mrs. Mary C. (wid), wks 0. C. Vanwagner. 
Elsimore 0. E., manager Tittabawassee Boom Company, bds 

Everett House. 
Elwood Fred, lab, res s s Miller, bet 5th and Gth. 4. 
Elvvood Charles, lab, bds Mathew Borland. 
Ellenwood Loren, ship carpenter, res e of 1st, bet Hartsuff'and 

Anneslj. 3. 
Ellsworth Arthur L., res e s Genesee, bet Hoyt and Emerson. 5. 
Ellsworth Francis, lab, bds Ephraini Deamud. 
Ellsworth Norton W., elk, res 4tli, bet Kirk and Norman. 2. 
Ellsworth Stewart S., carpenter, and foreman city fire engine, 

res Webster (321), bet William and Ilayden. 4. 
Emerick W. George, book-keeper Little Jake & Co., bds 

Everett House. 
Emersen Curtis, retired lumberman, settled in E. Saginaw 

July 4th, 1847, rooms llovev blk, cor Tuscola and n 

Wash'n. 

Emrey ^Irs. George R., , bds ]\Iary AVard. 

Kmo John, shoemaker, shop ess AVater, res cor German and 

Rockwell. 



no EAST SAGLJfATT DIBECTOKY. 

Emo Michael, lab, res u s Frankliu, bet Astor and Miller. ,.tL 
Emj>ev Lovi J., police, res GIT u w cor Tuscola and Webster. S8,|. 
Emrey Audrey J., grocer, res cor Potter and "Warren. 3. ll' 
Emerson Richard, painter, res 705 Warren. 3. .'%\ 

ENDERT HENRY, groceries and provisions, 13:20 Geuesrt,^/ 

res Park, bet Chestnut and Walnut. -2. 
Endry Frank, -svks Warner & Eastman. 
Endry John, wks AVarner & Eastman. 
English Alexander, res n e cor Jeft''n and Eitzhugh. 7. 
Enwright Michael, lab, bds Patrick Ilourigan. 
Ennis Richard, lab, res w s Miller, s of Centre. ^. ..V 

Eratt Christopher, lab, res Clay, bet Lapeer and Tuscola. 5;|^ 
Erans AVilliam, printer, bds Ebel Hotel. , „j|, 

Erd John G., engineer, wks JNIerrill & liacon. • m' 

Erd John, carpenter, res c s AVater, het Mason and Brady. 10.W 
Erick Miss I^Iary, wks 11. D. AVickes. M 

Erickson Frederick, sailor, bds Scandinavian House. :i«l^ 

Erickson John, lab, bds Scandinavian Boarding House. ■ "^■ 
ERICSSON THOMAS, Scandinavian Boarding House, w a J, 

Water, bet Millard and Thompson. G. ^ 

Ermin , mechanic, bds Benjamin Eaton. • 'P 

I^itllc Jake & Co. L'lulcrscll Kvcrybody. i^ 

Erni Elizabeth (wid), home with J. Racke. 4 

Ernst Geo. W., bds F. A. Richley. ■ :,\. 

Ernst H. L., physician, bds Stauber's Hotel. ^^ 

Erwin AVilliam, mason, res s s Bristol, bet Water and AVash'n. 4. f 
Esbenshade A. H., elk J. M. Howry. ^ 

ESCHENBACK KASPAR, prop'r Farmers' Home, n wcorf 

Clay and Genesee. See advt. ' 5. ^' 

Eschenback Caspar, elk K. Eschenback. • ' J^ 

Eshenburg Miss Mary, wks Minnie Lowrey. .^'^ 

Esler George, wks Sears & Holland. »^ 

Esler George, lab, res w s AVarren, nr Atwater. 5. \^ 

EssefTenshade Abraham, book-keeper, bds C. M. Curtis. ■^' 

Estcs Capt. , barge owner, bds Mrs. M. Gates. 

Estabrook Henry (Estabrook & Saunders), res German Colony 

Road.' 
ESTABROOK & SAUNDERS (Henry Estabrook and AVU- 

liam E. Saunders), grocers, 137 s AVashington. 
Estabrosk Henry, salt inspector (Estabrook & Saunders), rea 

n e cor German Colony Road and AVelles. 8. 
Estabrook John S. (Estabrook & ^lason), res w s AVashington, 

B of German Colony Road. 5. 
Estabrook T. D., contractor, F. & P. ^[. R. R., bds Everett 

House. 



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Etheridge Josiah, rea e s 4tli, bet German and Lapeer. 2. 

Evaus Annie,, wks II. N. Barrett. 

Evarts Charles, wks Mayflower Mills. 

Everett Charles, lab, res 10th, bet German and Lapeer. 10. 

Everetts John, bds Garvin House. 

Everetts William, watchman Garland's Mill, bds Scanlan 
House, s e cor Water and Thompson. 

Evolt Gottlieb, lab. res w s Hess. 9. 

Evon John, elk, H. J. Bull & Co., res s Wash'n, bet Atwater 
and McCoskry, G. 

Evon Joseph, res e s Wash'n, bet Atwater and McCoskry. 7. 

Ewing James F., res s e cor Webster and William. 2. 

Express oflice, L. W. Tisdale, agt. American Express Co., office 
Bancroft House bik, s Wash'n. 

EYMER ANDREW, grocer, 111 (109) Lapeer, res same. See 
advt. G. 

Eymer & Yanke, (Andrew Eymer, Wm. Yanke, saloon, base- 
ment 111 Lapeer. 

F. 

Fagan Miss Ann, res 4th, bet Miller and Sears. 
Itl. & II. Kot'h & Co. arc tlio CJrcut Popular Clolliicrs. 



Fagan Louis, sliocmuker, shop Potter, bet Kockwell and War- 
ren, bds W. If. llaco. 

Fairbanks C. A., lab, wks F. & P. M. de|)ot. 

Fairbanks Charles, architect, bds Mrs. Ciorinda Hall. 

Fairchilds lleuben, sawyer, res 613 Jane. G. 

Falconer Hugh, tailor, Little Jake & Co., bds T. Falconer. 

Falconer AVilliam, tailor, Little Jake & Co., bds Ebel Hotel. 

Falk, Andrew, butcher for Christ Kieule, bds on 3d st, bet 
German and Janes. 

Fancey Joseph, ship-carpenter, res s w cor 3d and German. 3. 

Farell George, shoemaker, bds O'Brien House. 

Fark Andrew, butcher, Stingel Bros., res w s 3d, bet German 
and Jane^. 2. 

Farmer Benjamin, liquor and tobacco dealer. No. 630 n 
AVash'n, bet Astor and Miller. 

Farmer F. Albion, book-keeper, F. E. Hoyt, bds Geo. Farmer. 

Farmer (Jcorge, propr Commercial Mills, Saginaw City, res n 
w cor Hayden and Warren. 5. 

Farmer Samuel, li(|uor and tobacco dealer, No. 020 u Wash'u, 
bet Astor and Miller. 
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122 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 




Farmer William H., engineer Jesse Iloyt, res e s 6tli, s of UcN^^ 

man. 5. i-'ji 

Farnsworth Corphax, physician, office and res n w cor Johhifi 

son and Jefferson. 3. '^]h 

Farrah Charles, cook Bechtel's Hotel. ^ 

Farraud & Campbell (II. C. Farrand and D. A. Campbell), phyr"; 

siciaus, office cor Franklin and Washington. ff'- 

Farrand Hiram C, phj'sician, res Webster, bet German wa0 

AVilliam. 2. 
Farrell Dennis, machinist AVickes Bros. 
Farrell Gaines, wks James G. Cameron. • 
Farrell James, wagon-maker, bds American House. 
Farrell John A., carpenter, res s e cor 4tli and Carroll. 
Farrell John, shoemaker, bds ^lathew liorlaud. 
Farrell John, wks E. S. Manning. 

Farrell Patrick, wiper, depot, res cor 10th and Carroll. 3. 
Farrell Thomas, baggageman F. & P. M. IJ. Iv,, bds Thomas H^| 

Smith. 
Farrell Thomas, cooper, bds Thomas W. Smith. 
Farrell William, blacksmith Baker & Bros., bds J. W. Farrell. ;■ 
Farrier James, lab, bds D. Forrest. ■ * 

One Price to all at I.ittle Jake & €o'm. 

Far\rell Frank, wks and bds H. N. Barrett. 

I'^iy ]*id\vurd H., conductor, ri-s w s 3d, bet Carroll and Fitz-^.;, 
hugh. 3. '^f 

Foarback Henry, lab, res w R 3(1, s of Walnut. (High.) 4. ss^ 

Feige & liros. (II. Feige, G. Feige, and E. Feige), manuf'ra*:! 
and dealers in furniture, 'No 318 Genesee. 

Feige iliss Emma, sales-lady Barnhard Ileun. 

Feige Englharve, cabinet-maker, i-es 111 e s AVebster, bet Ger- 
man and ijapeer. 2. 

Feige Ernst (Feige Bros.), res Iloyt, nr Genesee. v 

Feige Ernst, res nr cor Genesee and Hoyt. 

Feige Frederick, cabinet-maker, res w s Genesee, bet Millard 
and Thompson. 4. 

Feige George, manufr and dealer in furniture, res No. Ill 
Webster. 

Feige Henry, bds Bancroft House. ' ^' 

Feige Henry, bds Mrs. M. Gates. 

l<Y'ige Henry, ship car])enter, bds Valentine House. 

FKWE 1M<]INJIAIIT, locksmith, n s Genesee, bet Jefl'u 
and Cass, res e s 3d, bet German and Lapeer. 0. 

Feigh Thomas, shoemaker, bds P. O. Grady. 

hY'ldluiunk llunry, suwyer, res \v s High. -1. 



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Felten Charles E., printer, Courier office, bds Ebel Hotel. 
Felon John, lab, res n s Linton, bet Mackinaw and Wash'n. 6, 
Fcnely James, lab, bds Etna Hotel. 
Fenenk George, carpenter, res cor -itli and Fitzhngh. 2. 
Fenny Charles, lab, res cor Tuscola and 8th. 2. 
Fenno Ilezekiah C, filer and sawyer, res n w cor Centre and 
H#'. ' Miller. 5. 

Fernia Charles, carpenter, res e s Water, bet Brady and Mc- 

Coskry. 3. 
Ferris lleman B., elk city treasurer, res e s Welles, bet Phelon 

and liemington. 6. 
FERRIS JACOB, prop'r Farmers' Home, w s Mackinaw, a 

of Mill. 10. 
Ferris John, wks E. Woolsey. 
Ferguson Alexander, manager AV. U. Tel. Co.'s office, deputy 

collector of customs, otlice room 11 Wisner blk, Genesee,. 

cor Franklin, res Gl-i Thompson. 3. 
Ferguson Alfred, lab, res u Gallagher, bet Wash'n and Jeff'n. 3.. 
Ferguson Edward, saw-filer C. Lee, res ws Franklin, bet lloyt. 

and Thompson. X'. 
Ferguson Edward, lab, res w s Cornelia, s of Atwater. 2. 

in. &. II. Kocli & Co., the Clotliicrii. 

Ferguson John, carpenter, bds Daniel Forrest. 

Fettie JMiss Mary, laundress Everett House. 

Fetlie John, yard-num Everett House. 

Fetlig John, lab, works Jesse Hoyt. 

Fettig Augustus, lab, works Jesse Hoyt. 

Fey Conrad, insurance agent, res n w cor Lapeer and 8th, 5.. 

Fey & Tweak (Conrad Fey, Herman B. Tweak), insurance 

agts and notaries public, office n w cor Cass and Genesee. 
Fice Wm., wks coal-yard, res e s Franklin, bet Johnson and 

Tuscola. 5. 
Fick John, ship carpenter, res n s Douglas, w of Jefl'erson. 3^ 
Fields Henry, lab, bds D. Maclntyre. 
Fields Mrs. Jane, dressmaker, res Maple, cor Martha. 2. 
Fields M. E.,, mechanic, bds J. Armstrong. 
Fields ^[yron, bds Seunluu Houso. 
Filer Martin, blacksmith, shop F. & I*. M. K. It. 
Filiatrault Marime, lab, bds A. Picard. 
Filvette Joseph, ship carpenter, bds Mrs. H. McAuley. 
Final Horace, riverman, bds Garvin House. 
Final William, lumberman, res 1314 Genesee, cor Chestnut. 7.. 
Finch Charles, ship carpenter, res s "w cor AVells and Brady. 4. 
Findlater John, wks A. F. Bartlctt & Co. 






124 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 



Finehoufc James, farmer, res n Eandolph, bet Jefferson and n 

Washington. 4. -'V: 

FINK BONIFACIUS, brewer. East Saginaw Steam Brewf 

ery, n w cor Fitzhugh and Franklin, res and brewery nir 

w cor Franklin and Fitzhugh. 5. J^ 

Fink Earnst, carpenter, res cor Webster and Johnston. 3. '%*',■ 

Finlay John, lab., bds Tremont House. ;M.f 

Finley Martin, lab, F. & P. M. R. R. .vm 

Finnic Thomas, lab, bds Abram F. Sharick. ^ 

Finnigan John, lab, bds Abram F. Sharick. ^''^^■ 

Fisener Albert, cooper, bds J. J. Reamer. Jm 

Fischer Jacob, " Beer Hall," 407 Genesee, res Clay. 'i^'^ 

Fish & Rogers (C. S. Fish and II. P. Rogers), dealers in dry 

and fancy goods, No. 31G Genesee. 

Fish Charles S., dealer in dry and fancy goods, res cor Carroll -^1 

and Washington. IJ'v 

Fish Frank L. P., (boat-builder) blacksmith, shop n w cor¥- 

Bristol and Water, res cor German Colony road aud|| 

Washington. ^^ 

Fish Williams E., violinist, oflice Robinson's block, cor Gene^-M. 

see and Jefferson. ,f^ 

I^urKCMl i^look in the Stale at IJttIo Jake's. I 

Fisher Edward, wiper, round house F. & P. M. R. R. 

Fisher Jeremiah, mason, res Washincrton, bet Carroll- and ' 

]\niler. X "^ If 

h'ishor Jacob, lab, res n of Douglas, w of Jefferson. 5. ■■M 

Kisiier John, lab, bds Bohni & Miller. •• *| 

Fisener Albert, cooper, bds J. J. Reamer. ''', 

Fisher Miss Sophia, wks A. Grohman. 
Fisher Miss iNtai-y, lives with J. E. llagadoru. 
Fisher Mrs. Salina, lives with M. B. Deland. 
Fisher Thomas, lab, res Gtli, bet Kirk and Norman. 3. 
Fisher William L., engineer, lives with M. B. Deland. 

Fitch Miss Ilattie L., , sales-lady Mrs. E. G. Hammond. 

FitzMaurice John W., associate editor "Courier," res 4th, bet 

Lapee^r and Tuscola. 10. 
Fitz Michael, elk J. J. McDonald, bds same. 
Fiztgeralds Andrew, pile-driver, res e s Webster, bet Cherry 

and Millard. 5i. 
Fitzgerald Kdward, lab F. & P. M. R. R. 

Fitzgerald Edmund, lab, res w s 3d, bet Carroll and Miller. 8. 
Fitzgeralds James, riverman, bds Garvin house. 
Fitzgeralds Theodore (Capt. "E. V. English"), res e s Webster, 

bet Cherry and Millard. 3. 



EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 125 

Fitzgerald Walter, pile-driver and dealer in real estate, office e 

s Genesee, opp Everett House, res n e cor Jefferson and 

Fitzhugh. 
Fitzpatrick Andrew, lab, bds Martin Manion. 
Fitzpatrick Miss Bridget, home witli Thomas Kenny. 
Fitzpatrick John, lab, bds National House, South Saginaw. 
Fitzpatrick Miss Sarah, home with H, S. Averill. 
Flanders George A. (Flanders & Wilber), res Janes, bet 3d and 

4th. 
Flanders & Wilber (George H. Flanders and Eugene Wilber), 

att'ys at law, office No. 1 Nicodemus blk, n w cor Cass 

and Genesee. 
I Flanuery Patrick, lab, bds Mrs. ]^I. Riordon, 
Flegel Charles, wks Warner & Eastman. 
Flemming William, carpenter, bds Thomas Keumf. 
FLICK JOSEPH N., jeweler, res c s Washington, a of 

Mackinaw. 3. 
Flick J. N., jeweler, bds Valentine House. 
Flicker John M., elk Morley Bros., res 401 Janes, cor 5th. 
Flint Almou W., carpenter, res Potter, bet Franklin and Potter. 
Flint Harry, painter, bds Ebel Hotel. 






I»I. & II. Koeh &. Co., The Merchant Tailors. 

Flint Louis, deliverer elk, Mayflower Mills. 

Flood Wiss Ella, Judge Hotel. 

Flood John, book-keeper F'rank G. Wilkin. 

Flood, John (Judge & Flood), res s e cor Water and AVilliam. 

Floyd Charles, riverman, res e s Genesee, bet Chestnut and 

Walnut. 3. 
F'lynn Andrew, elk, bds Lynch Hotel. 
Flynu Miss Annie, home Avith Luther E. Cumings. 
Flynu Francis, lab, bds Thomas Kenny. 
Flynn Miss Mary, wks J. C. Parkhurst. 
Flynn Mathew, mason, 4th, bet Miller and Sears. 8. 
F^ale William, gravel roofer, res and ofiice n s Millard, bet 

Cass and Jefferson. 3. 
Fobear F^ank, 'lab, res e end Mackinaw street bridge, w of St. 

Clair (river) R. R. station. 6. 
Focher Edos, lab, res e s Cornelia, bet Martha and McCos- 

kry. 3. 
Foehl William, lab, res u s Janes, cor 4th. 3. 
Fogel Miss Mary, home with Marshall B. Spencer. 
Fogle Michael, coo])er, res ii Wasiiington. (i. 
Folds Thomas, painter, F. & P. M. R. R. 
Foley Miss Catherine, wks National House, South Saginaw. 



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Foley Frederick, edger J. S. Stevens, bds II. J. Ball. |; 
Foley Jolni, lab, res w s Wash'n, s of German Colony read. 5'^| 

Foley Thomas, lab, bds O'Brien House. | 

Foote Charles, Avks J. S. Stevens. :i'l| 
Foot Washington H., mason, res 523 c s 4th, bet Carroll and '' 

Miller. 5. i J' 

Fonda Charles, lab, bds Alexander House. i, 

Fone William, carpenter, res s s Mott, cor Park. 3. '^• 

Ford Andrew, lab, bds II. Ingleman. :^ 

Ford Edward, lab, bds S. Bishop. " C 

Ford John, mechanic, res Sears, bet 3d and 4th. W 

Ford Samuel, lab, res Sears, bet 5th and Gth. 4. ''-^^ 
Ford Tlionuis, special Iv. li. police, bds Thomas W, Smith. 

Ford Thomas, lab, bds A. Dunlap. . \^ 

Ford William, lumberman, bds Mathew Borland. ■-^. 
Fordo u James, sawyer, res w s Cornelia, nr Phelon. 2. • J 'trf 

Forehair Simon, res w s 14tii, bet Janes and Lapeer. 3. . .^ 

Forepaugh George, wks Frank I. Curtis. ]Cif^ 

Forgus S. M., mechanic F. & P. M. depot. 'i!,J 

Forhan, i\Iartin, carpenter, res . 5. '•%' 

Xo llaiilcriiiK at L.ititlc Jake's. 



I^rrost Daniel, jjropr " Forest House," ss German, bet Frank- 
lin and AVashington. 7. 
Forrutte Peter, lab., bdd Joseph Aslin. 
Fortil Joseph, lab, res e s i\liller, s of Centre. 4. 
l'\).sler P. K, as.st teller ]\lerchant'd National Bank, bds Everett 

House. 
Foster Miss Jenette, bds J. A. Foster. 
Foster John A., carpenter, res 523 Maple. 5. 
Foster Sylvester A., mechanic (Wickes & Bros.), res n s Miller, 

bet Astor and JNliller. 5. 
Foster Samuel A., machinist AV'ickes Bros. 
FoxAlvin, agt Elias Howe, Jr., Sewing Machine, rooms 109 

Genesee, res 548 Warren, cor Thompson. 3. 
Fox G., bookbinder, wks Albert Frey. 

Fox Theodore, teamster, res e s X. st, bet Linton and n Miller. 5. 
Foy Philip, lab JMartin Manion. 
France David L., stock owner, res c s Jefferson, near ag'l 

grounds. 5. 
Francis Abram, cook, bds John Willis. 
I'Vancis Charles B., blacl^smitii, C. W. Weston, res w s AFacki- 

Jiaw, H of Hosrt. 3. 
Francis Hugh, teamster, res u s McCoskry, bet Washington 

and Franklin. -1. 



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Francis James, teamster, bda II. Frauds. 

Friinck Lewis, painter, bds J. Nerreter. 

Frank Aaron, carpenter, F. & P. M. R. R. depot. 

Frank Benjamin, lab, Avorks Feige & Bros. 

Frank Jacob, beer liall, res s w cor 11th and Wadsworth. -4. 

FKANK JOHN, cV Co., tanners, groceries and provisions, 
leallicr and findings, n c cor AVcbster and German, res the 
same. 8. 

Frank John, tanner, tannery u s Janes, bet l.'ith and 14tli, res 
n s German, cor Genesee. 7.. 

Frank John, butcher, works Fred Hubert. 

Frank John N., butcher, res e s Water, bet Ilayden and Mil- 
lard. 4. 

Frank Lewis, paper-hanger, bds John Nerreter. 

Frank Peter, mechanic, works F. & P. M. depot. 

Frank Peter K., grocer, res cor Ilockwell and Johnson. G. 

Franke Louis, paniter, bds J. Nerretcr. 

Franklin A\''m. John, carpenter, res n s Miller, bet Wash'n and 
AVater. 3. 

Frantz Peter, lab, bds Staubcr's Hotel. 

Fraser Alexander, land surveyor, bds John Patterson, 

Ko4-h &, €<»., CHeiiescc ^1., oppo^iite Bancroft House. 



FVaser Archibald, tinner, res n s Carroll, bet Eockwcll and 
AV^arren. G. 

Fraser James, bds (i. Low. 

Fraser AViiliam, lab, bds ]\Iartin Manion. 

Frasier Alexander M., engineer, res Merrill, cor Park. '-i. 

F'razer ilrs. Isabella (wid), o s Mackinaw, n Eaton. 2. 

Frederick llichard, wks F. S. Manning. 

Free Albert, lab, bds (J. 0. Parke. 

Free Charles, ^vks F. Dieckmann. 

Free Mrs. Hannah, washer, res c s Rockwell, bet Fitzhugh and 
Johnson. 3. . 

Free John, carpenter, bds C. Johnston. 

Free John R., carpenter, bds Etna Hotel. 
\ft Freeland James, carpenter, bds D. Maclntyre. 
(: I Freeman Ciiarlcs E., farmer, res s e cor Eaton and Mackinaw. 2. 
fr Freeman Eli, yardman F. & P. M. R. R. 

k? Freeman Milo, lab, res s s Astor, bet Franklin and AVashing- 
( ton. -t. 

I Freeso Benjamin, lumbernuin, res 318 Park. G. 
[^^ Frcibh John, yd cook I'^verett House. 

i French James, hotel prop'r, s e cor Rnst and AVater. y. 
French James IL, merchant, res n s Elm, near Maple. '2. 
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128 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 



French Nettie, , bds Ocean Wave. Ui"i 

Frenz Engelbert, M. D, and veterinary surgeon, bds Philip 
Keinath. 

Frey Albert H., book-binder, bindery Gage building, 6 Wash- 
ington, res cor 5th and Tuscola. '3. 

Frey, J. Frederick (Frey & Wicklein), variety store, rea e ft 
Warren, bet Miller and Carroll. 5. 

Frey & Wicklein (John F. Frey and Henry W. Wicklein), 
fancy goods, toys, etc., 213 Genesee, Everett House blk..\ 

Fricke Henry , lab, res 312, e s Franklin. 4. .,. 

Frie Henry, vvks gas co, res s w cor Atwater and Warren. 4. 

Friedlender Charles A., elk J. F. Howry, res n 8 Mott, bet 
Park and Webster. 3. 

Friel James, wks Jesse Hoyt, res 5th, bet Kirk and Norman. 2. 

Frisch Miss Diua, wks Farmer's Home Hotel. 

Frisch Miss Mary, Avks J. Abel. :'|-; 

Fritz Frederick, lab, res 205 Gernum, cor. 4th. 7. ^ -i4 

Fritz George, cigar maker, res n s Millard, bet Genesee and 
Webster. 2. 

Fritz Goodcrford, cooper, res e s Miller, bet Main and . 4. 

Interview the "ISo§m" ClotliierM, Little Jalce & Co. 

FRITZ JOHN C, cigar manuf'r, res w s AVebster, bet Elm 

and McCoskry. 4. 
Fritz ;Mrs. Kegina, (wid) lives with G. Fritz. 
Fritz AVilliam, lab, bds G. Frit/. 
Krizelle Seymour F., druggist, cor German and s Wash'n, bds 

Mve. Gates, n Wash'n. 
Frizelle Chas. F., bds Mrs. Gates, n Wash'n. 
Frost Lorenzo D., mason, res e s Mackinaw, n Eaton. 3. 
Frost, AVeston, retired, res 802 AVashington, cor Emerson. 2. i, 
Frost William, lab, res opp D. AV. Rust & Co.'s ship-yard. 7. . 
Frost William H., lab, res n s Eaton, w Mackinaw. 2. 
Frouley Thomas, lab, res Gth, bet Miller and Sears. 2. 
Frudell Arthur, lab, bds Joseph Parquette. 
Fournier Frances, tiler, res w a Rockwell, bet Carroll and 

Fitzhugh. 4. . 

FOURNiER MRS. MARY A. (wid Moses H.), boarding- 

house, n s AVash'n, bet Miller and Astor. 2. 
Fournie Peter, foreman Jessie Hoyt, res 1218 s s Merrill or 

AVilliams. 7. 

Foules , painter, bds Henry Naegely. 

I^'outaw Nelson, lab, res n s n Miller, bet Mackinaw and AVaeh- 

ington. 7. 
Fuller Truman, painter, A. C. Curtis, bds S. B. Teed. 



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Fuss Jacob, laborer, bcls D. O'Donnell. 

Fust Jacob, laborer, res 430 llockwcll, bet Carroll and Fitz- 

hugh. G. 
Fust William, printer, Saginaw Zeitiing, bds parents. 



G. 



(label Albert, printer, Saginaw Zeitung, bcls J. Stoltz. 
Gaetzinger John, saloon and res 504 Lapeer, cor Kockwell. 7. 
(lalfney Miss Sarah, dressmaker, Robinson blk, cor Genesee 

and Jefferson. 
Gaines Frank P., wood-tnrncr, res s s Linton, bet Washington 

and Mackinaw. 2. 
(UGE CHAUNCEY H., att'y, ofKce 2d floor Wisner blk, 

cor Genesee and Franklin, res ess AVash'n, bet Emerson 

and Mason. See advt. 2. 
Gage DeAVitt C, att'y, office 117 s Washington, res s AYash'n 

in Grove. 5. 
Gage Edwin L., lab, bds D. Maclntyre. 
Gage George E., elk D. F. Humphrey, bds same. 

!TI. &, II. Koeh &. Co., the Lcaderti of Fasliioii. 

Gage Howard, elk M. L. Gage & Co., bds M. L. Gage. 

Gage M. L. & Co. (Morgan L. and Chauncey XL Gage), real 

estate dealers, of-Hce 2d floor Wisner blk, cor Genesee and 

Franklin. 
Gage Morgan L., insurance agt, res e s AVash'n, bet Emerson 

and ]\rason. 8. 
Gaitman John, res n s of town line, w of Jefferson. 5. 
Gainer IMiss Kitty, wks with J. II. Robinson. 
Galas Alexis, carpenter, res e s Franklin, bet Fitzhngh and 

Carroll. G. 
Gale John, mason, res n s Ilesse, e Mackinaw. 2. 
Gales Joseph, yardman Everett House. 
Galey Mrs. Agnes (col'd), washerwoman, res s s AVilliam, bet 

Clay and Genesee. 5. 
Gavin Edward, )ab, res Franklin, bet German and William. 2. 
(rallagher John & Co. (John Gallagher, David Gallagher), 

bankers, 130 s AVash'n ; the former bds Everett House, lat- 
ter res Detroit, Mich. 
Gallagher Wm. M., elk John Gallagher & Co., bds E. W: Perry. 
Gallagher William M., clerk, res Webster, bet Lapeer and Tus- 
I4', cola. G. 
I [ Galligher Miss Kittie, , bds Clarendon House. 

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130 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. i^- 

GALLINGER & COUSINEAU, (Jacob Gallinger, George; 

Cousincau), carriage makers and blacksmiths, shop wi' 

Cass, bet German and AVilliams. Sec adv't. 
Gallinger Jacob (Gallinger & Consineau), bds J. J. Reamer, 'f'^ 
Gallogly E. D., teamster, -works Jesse Iloyt. '■t^^ 

Galvin James, lab, bds Henry Naegely. ^ ■*%-»♦ 

Gamble G., dealer in logs and pine lands, res e s Jefferson, betii 

Iloyt and Thompson. . 'if| 

Gamble George, farmer, res s e cor Maple and Elm. 3. -'j*^* 

Gamble Henry, lumberman, office over 211 n Water. ,.«^* 

Gamble James, lumberman, res 021 Jefferson. 4. -^ 

Gamble John, lumber merchant, res w s Jefferson, w end 

Phelon. 5. 
Ganes Frank, carpenter, res s s Linton, bet Mackinaw and 

"Washington. 
Ganongue Guy, lab, res s s, bet Miller and Mackinaw. 3. ;• 
Gang llenr}', wks Feige Bros. r,f^>/, 

Gang, Roderick, carpenter, F. & P. M. R. R. depot. >"»:#^ 

(lardner Alfred, apprentice, bds J. Fisher. ; "'^ 

Gardner Miss Annie, wks A. K. Perry. 

Liillc .fake iV Co., M'iNiier Block. 

Gardner Augustus, Charles, and Mattie, home with F. F. 

Cardner. 
Gardner Charles, farmer, res High, n of German Colony , 

road. 2. 
Gardner l^'rancis F. ((Jardner Ot .Sons) res cor Webster and 

Lapeer. 8. \y 

GAKDNER FREDERICK C, boots and shoes, store and 

res Genesee, bet Warren and Webster. 7. 
Gardner Lcandcr, ((iardner & Sons), res cor ijapeer and 

AV'ebster. 
Gardner Theodore, carpenter, res 5th, l)et English and Nor- 
man. 2. 
Gardner Walter (Gardner & Sons), res cor Lai)eer and Webster.. 
Garland John, lab, bds ]\L Garland, 
(^farland M-ichael, lumberman, res n e cor Emerson and Wash' 

ington. 3. 
Garrett David, lab., bds Garvin House. 
Garretts Finlay, lab, bds Thos. Kenny. 
Garrison Charles 0., manufr of ghie, res cor Astor and 

Franklin. 5. 
Garrison Miss Jjottie, home with Chas. 0. Garrison. 
Garrigues S. S., salt inspector, office Genesee, res St. i^ouis, ISIich. 
(iarvey I^Iiss .!.. diesimaker, Mrs. E. G. Hammond. 



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KAbT SA(JIN"AAV DIUECTOllY. 131 



OARVIN JOHN L., prop'r Gai-vin Hotel, w s Water, foot of 

Milliird. 3. 
Garvin John, riverman, bds Garvin House. 
Garvin Michael, riverman, bds Garvin House. 
Garvey Miss Maggie, bds Trcmont House. 
Garvey Philip, bar-tender Bancroft House. 
Garvin AYilliam, riverman, bds Garvin House. 
Gary Gustave, mechanic, P. & P. M. K. K. 
Garypeo Joseph P., physician, bds Montreal House. 
Gassel H., wks Sears & Holland. 
Gastuer Miss Maggie, wks Mrs. Julia A. Bare. 
Gates Anthony, lab, bds E. Vannorman. 
Gates Mrs Mary (wid Alfred), boarding house, res e s Wasli'n, 

bet Johnson and Fitzliugh. 3. 
Gates Modest, lab, res e s IGtb, near Lapeer. 3. 
Gaugschaw Frederick, Avks A. F. Bartlett & Co. 
Gavin Miss M., dressmaker, wks ^Irs. E. G. Hammond. 
(Jaylord John, tinsmitjj, German, bet 3d and 4th. 5. 
Gay Gustavus, lab, res e s l-Uli, bet Janes and Lapeer. (J. 
Gary "William P., carpenter, res n s Aunesly, bet 1st and 2d. 4. 

M. & II. Koch &, Co., the One Price Clothing House. 

Gearing Margaret, home Avith C. C. ^McLean. 

Geary Michael, lab, wks Jesse Hoyt. 

Geason Alexander, engraver, stencil cutter, etc., res s AVush- 
ington No. 12'). 3. 

Gehm Jacob, painter, bds Stauber's Hotel. 

Gehrls Frederick, lab, res n s Cherry, w Douglas. 

Gehret George M., lab, res w s Muniford, bet Cherry and 
Walnut. 3. 

Geisler Peter, carpenter, res e s 4th, bet German and Janes, a. 

Gellet F., butcher, wks Fred Hubert. 

Gerkin Henry, Avks E. S. IManning. 

Gerkin John, Avks E. S. Manning. 

Gerlach Mrs. Kate (\vid), res w s 3d, bet Fitzhugh and John- 
\if* son. 4. 

Germain Edward, Jr., contractor and builder, res 325 Web- 
ster. 3. 

Germain Edward, carpenter, res n w cor JMillard and Web- 
ster. 4. 

Gerow, John, lab, res river bank, e end Mackinaw street 
bridge. 8. 

Gerrett Mack, lab, bds Abrum F. ISliarick. 

Gensolus P. A., operator, res 121) Washiu^on. 

Geyer.Iohn, wks \).V. Ilumphrey. 



132 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 

CJeni Joseph ]\r., Geiii House, res Rockwell, bet Miller ftnd 

Potter. ^^ 

(libbs David Jr., druggist. Medical llall, Salina. ■ '•*♦•' 

(libbs II. 0. A., books and stationer}', 111 s AVaehington, rifl' 

024 s s Carroll. 3. 
(libbs William 11, bds A. 15. Passage. ' '^f 

(Jibson Daniel, delivery clerk Simpson Barber & Co., res 1317 

Lapeer, bet lltli and 12th. 4. 
GIBSON EDWARD, saloon, Water, bet Atwater and Mc^' 

Coskry, bds F. A. Kohler. 
GIBSON JOHN W., saloon, c 3 AVater, bet Atwater and 

McCoskry, bds AV. Smith. 
Gibson Lewis J., school-teacher, res town line, bet Wasbingt'n' 

and Saginaw City & St. Clair R. R. ,^ 

Gibson Miss Mary, tailorees, wks Frank G. AVilkin. ''"'ft 

Gienther, Ephraim, res e s 3d, bet German and Lapeer. 2. ' '; 
Gierow Herman, Avks L. Damstaetter. ' ;"^ 

Giry Miss Arnsterra, home with Michael Emo. ' ]^^ 

Giffen James, lab, res w s Miller, s Main. 4. r 

Gifford Alanson, lab, res s s n Miller, bet King and Macki-' 

iiaw. 3. 

Little Jake & Co., <'I<os»>" Clotliiers of the State. 

Gifibrd Robert L., ship carpenter, res n s Center, bet Macki- 
naw and ^Miller. 3. ' '^ 

(Jiguei Edward, lab, res w s AVater, bet Brady and McCoskry. 2. 

(Jilber Mrs. Annabellc, bds G. M. Lane. 

Gilber Cassius, book-keeper J. Gamble. 

Gilbert H., wks "Enterj^rise oflice," bds Jeremiah B. Kellam. 

Gilbert John P., physician and surgeon, office Hovey blk, Tus- 
cola, near n AVash'ii, bds C. Millard, res 209 Tuscola. 3. 

Gilbert Mason, lab, bds Tremont House. 

Gilbert Robert, stone-cutter, res w s AVebster, bet Johnson and 
Tuscola. 2. 

Gilford Hiram, bds G. Davis. * 

Gill Charles, lab, bds Abram F. Sharick. 

Gill AVilliam, blacksmitii, F. & P. M. R. R. depot. 

Gillett AVilliam, att'y, res w s AVashington, s of German Colony 
Road. 4. 

Gillespie James S., elk H. II. Iloyt. 

Gillespie Josei)!), barber, wks Thos. Hanson. 

GilletL Frederick, butcher, res c h nth, cor Lapeer. 3. 

Gihnan John, lab, bds J. J. Reamer. 

(Jilmore George F., foreman J. S. Stevens, res Miller, bet 7th 
:ind 8(1). 



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Oilmore John, lub, res cor Norman and 6th. 3. 

Gilmore Joseph, shingle sawyer, res e s Miller, s of Nimous. 3. 

(lilmore AVilliam, carpenter, bds Garvin House. 

Gilmore Patrick, lab, res e s 5th, bet Fitzhugh and Carroll. 3. 

Gilmore William II., carpenter, res \v a Webster, bet Emerson 

and Hoyt. 5. 
Gitchel Asa B., hostler, bds Tuscola House. 
Girard Charles, lab, bds 0, Cunningham. 
Girodat Charles, carriage maker, cider and vinegar manufr, 

shop e 8 Mackinaw, cor Mill, factory Drayton Plains, res 

w s Mackinaw, n of Mill. 4. 
Gistman John, Mason, res e s 6th, bet German and Lapeer. 8. 
Givna, Mrs. Crista (wid), res w s AVarren, bet Johnson and 

Tuscola. 
Glaason Patrick, lab, bds Patrick O'Brien. 
Gladwin Herbert, wks L. Quinnin, bds L. Delivan. 
GLASBY WILLIAM F., bridge builder, res s e cor Wells 

and German Colony road. 5. 
Gleason & Co. (Alexander Gleason, Jared Benton), engravers, 

stencil cutters, etc., Lloyd block, 125 s Washington, res 

same. 

Fine Furnisltiii^ <jioods at II. & II. Koch & Co's. 

Gleason Miss llannuh, wks II. Bendit. 

Gleason James, painter, res "w s Emily, bet Hoyt and Emer- 
son. 5. 

Gleason James, carpenter, res s s Centre, bet Webster and 
Miller. 2. 

Gleason Michael, bds C. Keely. 

Gleason Martin, lab, bds National House, South Saginaw. 

Gleason Patrick, shingle sawyer, res e s Miller, s Nimons. 4. 

Glenden Edward, " Glenden Saloon," 513 Genesee. 2. 
I Glenc Charles L. W., shoemaker, res No. 519 Lapeer, bet 

Rockwell and 3d. 4, 

Glenn William, wks Bancroft House. 

Glennie Charles D., lab, res 410 Maple. 3. 
h Gleson Daniel, lab, bds Martin Man ion. 

IGhdden Albert, lab, res n s Rust, bet King and Miller. 3. 
Gliickert Joseph, lab, res 5th, bet Kirk and Normau. 2. 
Globeusky Lewis, cooper, res n Wash'n, bet 6th and 8th. 3. 
I Glover Henry II., painter, res 627 Webster. 5. 

Glover James P., painter, res cor Tuscola and 7th. 3. 
Glynn Mrs. Jennie L., res w s Cass, bet Fit/hugh and John- 
*■ sun. 4. 

' Glynn Patrick, lumberman, bds George A. Mann. 



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134 EAST SAGINAW DIKECTORY. *. 

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: -t^l 

Gobbel Conrad, lab, reses Mumford, bet, Cherry and Waluut. 04l 
Godard Frederick W.,agtAVheeler& Wilson Sewing Machine,*' 

office 310 Genesee, res Franklin, bet Astor and Potter. ?,V/ 
Goddard Ezra G., lumberman, res cor Jelt'n and William. ' 4;*j 
Goddard George, agt AVheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine, Mil?. 

Everett House. ^Mt 

Goddard George A., rooms llovey blk, Tuscola, nr n Wash'n'.m 
Goech Ilarmcn, merchant, res AV'arren, bet Lapeer and Tu8«^,' 

cola.- 4. 'W^ 

Goetsinger Otto, wks G. Struasburg, lives parents. m 

Goetzinger John, ))rop'r Gam Gemueth-liokeith res No. 604i ''■^ 

cor Lapeer and Kockwell. 8. !v 

Goeiz Mathias, ^vks W. H. Pressor, res Lapeer — Cth Ward. ''''\ 
Goldie Adam, book-keeper, res n s Carroll, bet 3d and Eock-!. 

well. G. .'I 

Goldie Wm. F., book-keeper, bds Adam Goldie. , [["^ 

GoUing Robert, carpenter, bds Owen Pierce, wks F. & P. M. B. B.* 
Goldoff Christopher, lab, wks Jesse lloyt. 
Gollogly Ezra, lab, bds Daniel Cummings. 
Goldorf Charles, lab, res 214 w s 5th. Z. 

I*utrouizc llic "Boss" Clothiers, Little Jal^e Sc Co^ 1- 

Goldsmith Bros. (Henry and Ferdinand), clothiers, 110 m' b ' 

Genesee, bet Washington and AVater. 
Goldsmith Ferdinand (Goldsmith Bros.), res w s Clay^ bet'' 

Lapeer and Tuscola. ?. ' 'k?' 

(ioldsmith Frederick, boat-builder F. L. P. Fish. ^>M 

Goldsmith Henry (Goldsmith Bros.), bds Everett House. |^' 
Goldstone Edward (Davis & Goldstone), res w s Webster, bet '^ 

Millard and Thompson. 2. 
Good Henry K., machinist, res e s Jefferson, bet Johnson and 

Fitzhugh. 5. 
Gooden AVillie, bds with Elisha Mott. 
Goodell Anthony (Johnson, (}oodell & Co.), hemlock extract, 

bds Mrs. A. Bartlett. 
Goodell Anthony W., manuf'r and dealer in tanning extract, 

res cor Cass and Fitzhugh. 
Goodlellow John, book-keeper, bds C. JL Curtis. 
Goodfellow John B., book-keeper, F. & P. ^M. R. R., res cor 

Carroll and AVash'n, 
Gooding Charles E., elk (Jooding «& Owen, bds. 
Gooding cSt Owen (Duncan AV. Gooding and Joseph D. Owen), 

forwarding and commission agts, ollice Burt's blk, n AVater. 
Gooding AV. A,, coppersmith, shop F. & P. M. 
Goodman Henry, sawyer, res s w cor King and Eaton. 3. 






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EAST SAGINAAV DIRECTORY. 135- 

(loodner Isaac, rca n s Wadsworth, bet Uth and lOtli. 7. 
(ioodman Kev. John S., County Supt of Schools, office with 

Board Education, res s w cor Jefferson and Carroll. 7. 
(ioodman "William, mechanic, wks F. & P. M. depot, 
lioodridge Bros. (W. L. and AV. 0.), photograplicrs, res AVash'u, 

bet Gorman and William. 7. 
Goodrich George, printer, Courier office, bds Mrs. S. Homes. 
(Joodridge Wallace L., photographer, res Wash'n, bet German 

and William. 
Coodi'idge William ()., photographci-, res Wash'n, bet German 

and William. 
Ooodridge Robert, baker Siuion Egei\-r, res e s 5Ll», bet Carroll 

and Fitiihngli. ;3. 
Goodspeed Cliarlcs, lumber inspector, res Ull lloyt. 
(looldorf Miss Mary, wks James IJ. Johnson. 
Gooneah John, lab, res e s Beecher, bet Cherry and Janes. G. 
(Jopspelt John M., brewer, saloon German, cor Clay, res cor 

llayden and Cass. 9. 
Gordenier James, lab., bds Mrs. T. Fra/.er. 
Gordenier Mrs. Mary, bds Mrs. T. Frazer. 

Kid Gloves al Ifl. & li. Kocli & Co's. 

Gordon George, lumber merchant, res 10th, bet German and 

Lapeer. 4. 
Gordon Hugh, lab., res 4th, bet Miller and Sears. 1. 
(Jordon Thomas, teamster, wks George Gordon. 
(}ordon Thonnis, lab, bds Bichlet's Hotel. 
Gordon Thomas S., root and ginger beer manul'r, factory 119, 

Lapeer, res AVarrcn. 
Gorman John, blacksmith, F. & P M. R. R. depot. 
Gorrie Miss Anna, wks C. Gray. 
Gosemaux Gustave, lab, bds Henry Naegely. 
Gooscl Henry, lab, res s e cor Lapec-r, nnd 13th. 5. 
Goosel Miss Mary, homo Avilh Ezra G. Goddard. 
Gossen Sophia, home with H. S. Steckert. 
Gottsill Reuther, res w s 2d, bet Cherry and Chesnut. o. 
Could Charles, machinist AVickes Bros., bds Mrs. AVright, cor 

Cass and Johnson. 
Gould George S., harness-maker, wks P. Yeaton & Co., res n s 

lloyt, bet Maple and AVelles. 3. 
Gould Horace, engineer, bds P. Brown. 
Gould James, res s e cor AVelles and Thompson. 
Gonldi Joseph, res toll-house, AVatrousville Plank. 4. 
(Joulding George, machinist AVickeg Bros, res 4th, bet Miller 

and Sears. 



13G EAST SAGINAW DIRKCTORY. 



'Oove Miss Mary, lives with J. Brady. 

Ijovnin J., lab, bds D. 0. Donnell. 

Gowan lloberfc M., mechanic, Avks F. & P. M. depot. 

Grace John, lab, res w s 2d, near Ilartsulf. 0. 

Grace Patrick, lab, bds Jolin Grace. • ' 

Grade Miss Lena, wks C. B. Ciioate. 

Grady Mrs. Ann, seamstress, res n s Johnson, bet "Wawen and 
Jefferson. 

Grady John, bds J. J. Ilosmer. f 

Grady John, lab, bds J. Atkins. ' * 

Grady Thomas, riverman, bds W. II. O'Brien. 

Graham George S., lumber merchant, bds Daniel Forrest. 

Graham James ^I., lumber inspector. 

Graham John, lab, bds Bechtel's Hotel. •' t 

Graham , lab, bds Ilenry J. Ball. ■-? 

Gramlich Mathew, engineer, res e a Little, s of Hess. 5. 

Gramey John, lab, res n Randolph, bet Jefferson and Wash- 
ington. 11. 

Granville Miss Elizabeth, bds G. Billing. 

Granville Miss Elizabeth, tailoress, wks "Wm. Eiseuberg. 

Granville John, physician, res u e cor Genesee and 2d. 2. 

I^ittlc Juke & Co. Uiidcrticll Everjbodj". 

Granville Robert, shoenniker, res s s Chestnut, bet 1st and 

Genesee. 7. 
Grant A. J., inspector J. S. Stevens, res Carroll. 
Grant Albert P., engineer, res a s Carroll, bet 9th and 10th 3. 
Grant Miss Anna, res w s Little, bet Hess and Main. 
Grant Charles AV. (Grant & Saylor), res w s AVash'n, s of 

German Colony road. 2. 
Grant Charles, salesman, bds Henry J. Ball. 
Grant David, tailor, Peter Roche, res s s Martha, e end 

Maple. 3. 
Grant Edwin, lab, res w s Little, bet Hess and Main. 
Grant John, mason, bds W. Grant. 
Grant John, lab, bds ilartin Manion. 
Grant John, bds N. I^Iorrison. 

Grant Mrs. Julia (wid), res w s Little, bet Main and Hess. 
Grant William, mason, builder, etc., res n w cor Emerson and 

Park. G. 
Grant William, clerk, bds John Harris. 
Grant William, contractor, mason city water works, bds N. 

^loriiaon. 
^mxl William J., clerk, «bds American House. 
OiUKjuwf TWrvM, wka U. KniuBc. 



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Gravely Charles C, lab, bds Lynch Hotel. 

(iravier Eddie, coat-boy, Bancroft House. 

OKAY & MASSEY, (Charles W. Gray, Charles A. Massey), 

boiler works, cor Astor and Water. See advt. 
Oray Charles (Gray & ^Massey), res s e cor Jeft'ersou and 

McCoskry. 8. 
Gray Charles, elk James Manning. 
Gray Edward AY., boatman, bds Garrin House. 
Gray Miss Eliza, wks with Mrs. H. S. Elseffer. 
Gray Miss Jane, wks Oscar Hull. 
_, Gray Miss Lizzie, bds Carrie Gra}'. 
1 Gray AVhalen (col), lab, rooms c Hovey Wk, Tuscola, cor u 

Wash'n. 2. 
Gray William, lab, bds American House. 
Gray William H., elk H. Miller, bds C. W. Gray, cor Jefferson 

and McCoskrj'. 
Gredy William, wiper, round house F. & P. M. R. R. 
Green Daniel, fisherman, res G13 Millard. 0. 
Green James, operator F. & P. M. R. R., bds John Hazzard. 
Green John, lab, res n s of Center, w of Sag. & St. Clair R. R. 3. 
Green John, wks C. W. Wenks, bds Scanlan House. 

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Green Mrs. Mary, bds F. Sadlier. 

Green Myron, farmer, res e s Thayer. 3. 

(Jreen Nathaniel, bds S. W. Green. 

(Jrecn Orson C., book-keeper J. R. Livingston, bds same. 

Green Miss Lizzie, wks H. C. Potter. 

Green Patrick, foreman East Saginaw salt works, res cor 5th 

and Kirk. 10. 
Green Richard, res McCoskry, cor Cornelia. 4. 
Green Richard H., wks Merrill, Eastwood & Co. 
Green Robert, barber, bds Abram Reyno. 
GreeuAvay Samuel, lumberman, res 512 Maple. 5. 
Green Seneca W., filer, res w s Warren, bet Emerson and Elm. 5 
Green S. W., ass't liler, Sears & Holland. 
Greer Miss Catherine, home with Mrs. Emma Cadottc. 
Greer John, lab, bds Oscar Hull. 
Greer Miss Maggie, wks J. P. Nourse. 
Gregg Charles, bds George Low. 
Gregg Michael, wks W. L. Webber. 
Gregory Andrew, lab, res e s Maple, bet Atwater and Mc 

Coskry. 3. 
Gregory Homer, engineer, res e a Washington, bet Fitzhugh 

and Carroll. 5. 
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138 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 



Gregory John, Itib, bds John AVebster. 

Grcnneil AVilliaui, carpenter, res e s 1st, het Aniicsly andW;. 
nut. 0. 

Gress Eobert, Jub, bds Farmer's Home. 

Gress William 13., shoemaker, res No. 811 Janes, bet 9th an 
10 th. 5. 

Greswell Abner, wks A. F. IJartlett & Co. . ; . 

(Jrethe ^Minnie, kitchen girl M. Jones. v^,, 

(h'cy Charles, boiler-maker, bds C. Messey. 

Gribbla James, cleik, rgs G'20 n AVashington, bet Aster an. 
Miller. 

(Jridley George C, salesman A. Fox, bds lilrs. C. A. Deitz. 

Griflin John, tailor, bds Ebel Hotel. 

Griflin Leonard II., carpenter, res s w cor Cornelia and Mal- 
tha. 4. 

Griffin Theron, lab, bds C. W. Lee. 2. 

Griffith Daniel, mechanic, works F. & P. M. depot. 

Griffin Miss Eva, bds Willow Tree Saloon. 

Griffiths Daniel, boiler-maker, res e s 4th, bet Carroll and Mil- 
ler. 2. 

One Price to all ut Liittle Jake &. Co's. 

Griggs Leverett S., insurance agent, res w s Mackinaw, 6 ol 
Mill. 5. 

GRIGGS TIMOTHY F., groceries, provisions, flo.ur, feed, 
tobacco, and cigars, Wash'n, 7th ward. Sec advt. ' 

(rriggs Wade, salt boiler, res e s .Mackinaw, s of lless. 5. 

CJrimmon Walter, printer, Courier office, bds Mrs. L. llosner. 

Griswold John, lab, bds Abram F. Sharick. 

Groff Henry, wks with 13. Fink. 

Grotf John Ilenrv, brewer, res e s Genesee, s of Annesly. 5. 

Grohman Aloy, clerk, J. O'Donnel. 

Grohmann Anthony, poormaster, res cor Morris and Little. 5. 

Groman Allocs, clerk, res n CJallagher, bet Wash'n and Jeffer- 
son. 7. 

Groman John, res Gallagher, w Jefferson. 2. 

Grood Daniel, blacksmith, F. & P. M, R. R. depot. 

Gross John, lab, res 700 Walnut. 8. 

Gross John, btls Excelsior House. 

Grosse Peter, lab, res n s Janes, bet 3d and 4th. 7. 

Gross Peter, packer, Mayflower Mills. 

Grottke Albert, lab, bds G. H. Loucks. 

Growing AVilliam, carpenter F. & P. M. 1{. R. depot. 

(i ruber Miss Barbara, home with William Edinger. 

(Jrudt Jolni, laborer, bds I). O. Donnell. 



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Orausc Herman, mechanic, works ¥. &. P. M. depot. 

(iiinlinau John, res 515 o s Smith. '2. 

liao Ik'njamin, bds INIoses Kobinson. 

("iiieitte .John, wks E. Hag. Mannf. Co. 

(jucitte AVilliam, wks E. Sa<y. .Manuf. Co. 

IJiiehther Jiilins, dealer in second-hand clotliing, Jefferson, bet 
(ieiiesee and Tuscola. ;}. 

fiuenin Louis, lumber inspector, odice over 211 n Water. 

(iiiild E. F., civil engineer and surveyor, ofticc 3d floor Wisner 
blk, cor Genesee and Franklin. 

GUILEY GEORGE W., moulder and pattern-maker Mer- 
rill & Bacon, res s s McCoskry, bet Jefferson and Wells. 
See Giiyley. G. 

Guiley James, waiter Everett House. 

Guiley J. H., foreman Jesse Hoyt's planing mill, 

Guiley Peter, pattern-maker, wks MeiTill & Bacon. 

Guilford Hiram S., foreman Holiday &l Jones, bds Geo. Davis. 

Guinin Louis, lumber inspector. 

(iule George, bds Excelsior House. 

Gullifer, Eliphas, lumberman, res 461 Warren. 7. 

Silk WruppcrM and Drawer** at ITI. & II. Koch &, Co'n. 

Gunnell John, carpenter, res 1015 Washington. 4. 

Gustin Frank, lab, bds J. J. Reamer. 

Gusta Christ, lab, bds T. Abair. 2. 

Guthrey, Frederick, lab, bds William H. Race. 

Guthrie Culviu C, foreman (Jrant & Taylor, res 1122 Hoyt. 3.. 

Guy Charles, lab, res e s Lincoln, bet Walnut and . 

Guyley George W., pattern-maker, res s s Brady, bet Jefferson. 

anil Wells. 
Guyer John, cabinet maker, res 216 w s 5th. 2. 
Guyse Charles, lab, bds D. Mclntyre. 
Guyette Miss Isabella, bds Richard Trevidick. 
Guzette John, shoemaker, res 414 e s 4th, bet Fitzhugh and.. 

Carroll. 12. 

H. 

Haas Andrew, boiler-maker Grey & Massey, res s s Janes, e of 

14th. 8. 
Haas Caroline, bdg house, res e s 3d, bet Carroll and Miller. 3 
Haddan George J., policeman D. R. Ring. 
Haem Jacob, cabinet maker, n s Janes, bet 3d and 4th. 5. 
IIAEUNEII ANTON, barber, shop over 419 Genesee, e s 6th, 

bet Cass and Jeflerson. 3. 



140 KAST SAGINAW DIRECTOUY. 



Hagadorii Jeremiah E., land hunter, res e s Biindy, B of 
Hess. 2. . ;. 

Hagen Ludwig, lab, cor 14th and Miller. 4. 
Ilager Christine, wks Charles Lee, bds Scanlan House. 
Ilaggart David, wks F. & P. M. R. R., res cor Sears and 3d. \ 
Hagity James, lab, res w s Franklin, bet German and -Will' 
iam. 2. ^ 

Hahn Charles, carpenter, res n s Janes, e 14th. 4. ||; 

Haigarty Patrick, lab, res w s Cornelia, nr Atwater. 2. j* 
Haight John, salt inspector, res 120 w 8 Clay. 3. "'> 

Haines William, teamster, res n s Hess, cor Little. 4. \^A 
Haisa Miss Emelia, home with R. Dresler. •' w 

Haitman Frederick, mill hand. > :' 

Hale Jerome, lab, bds J. Armstrong. 2. - 

Hales Henry, molder, Wickes liros, res 9th, bet e Aatorand 

Miller. 3. 
Halelen Andrew, carpenter, F. & P. M. R. R depot. , .'.^.U 
Haley, Miss Mary, wks W. Smith. ^'':'}\' 

Haley Michael, lab, bds Martin Manion. • f>:'^ 

Halgram H. T., carpenter, F. & P. M. R. R. depot. ' j( 

Hall A. B., painter, bds Isaac 8. Allen. .i^ 

Lnrgest Stock in the State nt I^ittle Jake's. 

Hall Miss Charlotte, home with William H. Race. 

Hall Mrs. Clorinda IL, boarding house, n e side, cor Astor and 

Warren. 3. ' • ' 

Hall Hrtiiiel S., physician, res c s n Water. 3. 
Hall Miss l^'nuices, homo ^Irs. Clorinda Hall. 
Hall Francis H., lumberman, res s s Linton, bet Wash'n and 

]V[ackinaw, 3. 
Hall Henry, lab, res Sag. City road. 2. 
Hall Henry, elk, res German, cor 5th. 7. 
Hall Henry, elk for Sternhagen & Schramm, bds with Mrs. 

Smith. 
Hall Henry G., ass't book-keeper Derby & Co., bds W. E. Led- 

yard. 
Hall ^liss Jennie S., dressmaker Mrs. Julia Bare, bds A. B. 

Morgan. 
Hall James F., route agt F. & P. M. R. R., bds Albert P. Grant. 
Hall John, lab, bds Tuscola House. 
Hall John, fireman C. & E. TenEyck, bds M. Ward. 
Hall John ¥., mason, res w s Lincoln, n of Walnut. 4. 
Hall John T. (Heely & Hall), att'y and real estate agt, res cor 

Glhand Ijincoln ave, Saginaw City. 
Hull Judson, res n s Hess, bet Mackinaw and Miller. 4, 



EAST SAGINAW IHKECTORY. 141 

Hall Lewis V. (Johnson & Hull), res 309 Welles. 3. 

Hull Miss Mary, lives with Alexandry Stewart. 

Hall Kobert, cashier Derby & Co., res w s Ist, bet Cherry and 
Walnut. 4. 

Hall Kobert, lab, res e s Water, cor German Colony Road. 5. 

Hall Samuel, bds J. J. Hosnier. 

Hall Thomas, lab. res e s Third, bet Johnson and Fitzhugh. 10. 

Hallenback IMrs. J. S., lives with C. 11. Spencer. 
[If llully Benjamin, inspector F. & P. M. K. R. 
I Halpin Miss Mary, wks S. V. Haskell. 
f ' JIalsey David, lumberman, res e s Little, s of Iless. 4. 
^: ' Ilamberger Carl, carpenter, res Lapeer, bet 4th and 5th. 6. 
I' Humbergcr Joseph, lab, res w s Little, s of Nimons. 7. 

Hamblen George II., life insurance agt, res 333 1st. 2. 

Hambridge A., butcher, bds Averill House. 

Hamer George, lab, res Lapeer, bet 4th and 5th. 0. 

Hamilton Hiram B., prop'r Salina House, e s Wash'n ave, s 
end Wash'n street railway. 5i. 

Hamilton William, lab, bds Oscar Hull. 

llammel Albert, wks Feige Bros. 

Hammed Charles, Avka Feige Jiros. 

One l>ricc at M. \. II. Koch ^IL C:o'm. 

llammel Mrs. (wid), res e s Water, bet Hayden and William. 
Hammond ]\lrs. F. G., millinery and fancy goods, 109 s Wash'n, 

bds Mverett House. 
Hammond Miss Fnnna, lives A. J. Partridge. 
Hammon, 2 families, 1st, near s of Annesly, absent. 
Hana John C, wks C. Lee. 
Hancock Charles N., bar-tender ''Nettie AVells." 
Handrick Mrs. Fllen, bds P. Handrick. 
llandrick Miss Esther, bds P. Handrick. 
Handrick Patrick, bricklayer, res e s Maple, s of Martha. 
Ilaning Christopher, grocer, res w s 5th, bet Fitzhugh and 

Joiinson. 2. 
Hann Leonne, barber, res e s (Jth, bet Fitzhugh and Johnson. .'J. 
Hannah dames, lab, bds liechtel's Hotel. 
Hannahan Dennis, lab, bds I^ynch Hotel. 
Ilannan James, wks Merrill, Eastwood & Co., bds A. B. Passage. 
Hanner Charles, bell-boy, Bancroft House. 
Ilansehnan Mrs. John, (wid), ri-s w h (Jornelia, bet Martha 

and McCoskry. 
lianBcii raitclf lab, res Ith, bet Kirk and Norman. 
Hanson Brick, forenum, bds Tremont House. 
Hanson (JhrisLian, lab, bds Scandinavian House. 



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Hanson Christ, lab, bds Daniel Forrest. .,. 

Hanson Henry, wagon maker, bds Michigan Hotel. I'^'tj? 
Hanson Paul, mechanic, shop F. & 1*. M. 11. R. 
Hanson Thomas, w s Cass, bet Genesee and Tuscola, res 125 

Jefferson, bet Johnson and Tuscola, y. 
Hanyench Jacob, carpenter, res 13th, bet Carroll and WadB> 

worth. 4. ,,' 

Haoix John, wks East Saginaw Manuf'g Co. ii??J 

Haoix Theodore, wks E. S. ]\Ianning. "t* 

Harcoart Herbert, printer, Courier office. v; 

Harding Edward J., upholsterer, res cor German and Wash'n. 

Harding Mr. and Mrs., bds P. Brown. ,,.jl 

Hardy AVilliam, lab, bds Averill House. i^^ 
Harebs Herman P., carpenter, res e s 13th, bet Carroll and 

AVoodsworth. 4. , n 

Harer Robert, cigar maker, bds J. J. Reamer. )iiUl 

Harley Thomas, elk, C. XL Smith, bds A. Birdsall. " v li 

Harmes , res w s 12th, bet Lapeer and Tuscola. '-f- 

Harmon Miss Ellen, home with Charles 0. Garrison, _.^ 

Harmon John C, clerk William H. Race. ,'..i\ 

Harnesch -Mrs. Louisa, home witli Fred Schade. ..}.• 

]Vo ISautcriiij;; at lAttlc Juke'N. 

Harper Mrs. Amanda (wid Reuben), res cor 4th and Johnson. 2. 

Harper Charles, res 118 4th. 2. 

Harris Frederick, hostler, res e s Franklin, bet Emerson and 
lloyf. 3. 

Harris John, agent transfer freight i'\ & P. ^L H. R., res cor 
4th and Kirk. 4. 

Harris Mrs. L., milliner, wks Mrs. E. G. Hammond. 

Harris Michael, clothier, ess AYater, bet German and Gen-' 
esee. 11. 

Harris Rev. Roswell, res 708 AVarren. 3. 

Harrison Alfred P., res c end Sag. City bridge, near Sag. City 
& St. Clair R. R. o. 

Harrison Charles, wks M. Seery. 

Harrison H. L. & Co. (Henry \j. and Reuben Harrison), crock- 
ery and house-furnishing goods,107 Genesee, res 410 Jefl"'n. 

JIarrison Henry L. (H. L.llarrison & Co.), res 412 Jefferson. 3. 

Harrison Reuben (H. L. Harrison & Co.), res 410 .Jefferson. 2. 

Harsch Louis, carpenter F. & P. M. Jl. R, 

Harsh Louis, machinist, rese s Hth, bet Carroll and Kit/.hugh. <>. 

Hart , operator, wks .Jesse lioyl. 

Hart , lab, hds Daniel Cummings. 

Hart (Miarles, wks and lids \V. Kuale. 



143 EAST SAGINAW DIUKCTOKY. j-_ 

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Hanson Christ, lab, bds Daniel Forrest. ... 

Hanson Henry, wagon maker, bds Michigan Hotel. ijitf? 

Hanson Paul, mechanic, shop F. & 1*. M. 11. R. '. 

Hanson Thomas, av s Cass, bet Genesee and Tuscola, res 125 

Jefferson, bet Johnson and Tuscola. 2. 
Hanyench Jacob, carpenter, res 13th, bet Carroll and Wadfl> 

worth. 4. ^,' 

Haoix John, wks East Saginaw Manufg Co. I'il^ 

Haoix Theodore, wks E. S. ]\Ianning. "*.i 

Harcoiirt Herbert, printer, Courier office. y, 

Harding Edward J., upholsterer, res cor German and "Wash'n. 
Harding Mr. and Mrs., bds P. Brown. ^.^ 

Hardy William, lab, bds Averill House. ':'vM 

llarebs Herman P., carpenter, res e s l.'Uli, bet Carroll ana 

Woodsworth. 4. ,u 

Harer Robert, cigar maker, bds J. J. Reamer. jsWllI 

Ilarley Thomas, elk, C. H. Smith, bds A. Birdsall. ' v li 

Harmes , res w s 12th, bet Lapeer and Tuscola. '7'. 

Harmon Miss Ellen, home with Charles 0. Garrison. ||f 

Harmon John C, clerk "William H. Race. /..si 

Harnesch -Mrs. Louisa, home with Fred Schade. . },' 

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!Vu ISautcriiifur ut fiJttIc Juke'N. 

Harper Mrs. Amanda (wid Reuben), res cor 4th and Johnson. 2. 

Harper Charles, res 118 4th. 2. 

Harris Frederick, hostler, res e s Krauklin, bet Emerson and 
lloyt. ;5. 

Harris John, agent transfer freight l\ & P. M. H. R., res cor 
4th and Kirk. 4. 

Harris Mrs. L., milliner, wks Mrs. E. G. Hammond. 

Harris Michael, clothier, ess Water, bet German and Gen-- 
esee. 11. 

Harris Rev. Roswell, res 708 AVarren. 3. 

ICarrison Alfred P., res e end Sag. City bridge, near Sag. City 
& St. Clair R. R. o. 

Harrison Charles, wks M. Seery. 

Harrison H. 1j. & Co. (Henry L. and Reuben Harrison), crock- 
ery and house-furnishing goods,107 Genesee, res 410 Jeff'n. 

Harrison Henry L. (H. L.llarrisou & Co.), res 412 Jefferson. 3. 

Harrison Reuben (H. L. Harrison & Co.), res 410 .Jcirerson. 2. 

Harsch Louis, carpenter F. & P. M. Ji. R. 

Harsh Louis, machinist, res e s r)th, bet Carroll and Kitzhugh. (i. 

ilarl. - — , operator, wks .lesso Hoyl. 

Hart , lab, Ixls Daniel Cuniinings. 

Hart Charles, wks and bds W. l''oale. 



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Ifirt Isaac, w ks and bds AV. Foalo. 

Hart James, wks and bds W. Foale. 

Ilnrt Satuiie), liarnoss-niaker, res 4th, bet Miller and Sears. 2. 

Ilurtford Nellie, bds Miss E. Hunter. 

Ilurlif^aii Edward, niecluinio, res (Jlli, bet Earwell and "Wash'n. 

Ilurtigan Patrick J., carpenter, res n s Emerson, bet Muplo 

and Warren. 0. 
. Hartmau Frederick, wks A. F. Bartlett & Co. 
\- llurtman Frederick, carpenter, F. & P. jM. K. 11. 
Hiirtman Frederick, bds Stauber's Hotel. 
Uui-tman Jay, photographer, res "Washington, bet German and 

William, 
llartwell Miss Emma, , res n s Thompson, bet Franklin 

and Wash'n. 
HARYEY & COLEMAN (Joseph J. Harvey and Harrison 

Coleman), livery, sale and boarding stable, n w cor s 

Wash'n and Tuscola, and cor Franklin and German. See 

advt. 
Harvey .loseph J. (Harvey & C-'olcmuu), res n s Hayden, bet 

Wash'n and Water. ;J. 
Harvey Thomas A., elk Morley Bros., bds Ci. AV. Morley. 

4;ou(I»i Marked in l"laiii Figiires at M. A: II. Kocli & Co'i*. 

Haskell Stephen V., book-keeper, res e s Jederson, bet 
j\IcCt)ski-y and lirady. '2. 

Haskins .\iiris [Harris) lab, res s s Nimons o of Ballard. ;>. 

llaskin Krastus (-aplaiii, res c s Ivockwell, bet Fitzluigh and 
Johnson. .'5. 

Hassc William A., cutter Little Jake's clothing store, res War- 
ren, bet Hayden and ^Millard. 4. 

Ilasselbring liarnhardt, gardener, res w s 1st, bet Cherry and 
Walnut. :i. 

Hathaway Arthur B., res 7:^4 Emerson. ;}. 

Hathaway Frank, lab, res n e cor AVadsworth and (ith. o. 

Hathaway (;., elk If. N. Doty. 

Hathaway Horatio, Avood inspector, res es Franklin, bet Filz- 
hugh and Carroll. 4. 

Hatzwell Thomas, lab, works F. & P. M. B. B. 

llatt John, watchman C. & E. Ten Eyck, res cor Uh and Mil- 
ler. 4. 

llaug Philip, carj)enter, Jesse Hoyt, res John.'^on, bet 7th and 
8th, moves to Webster, between Johnson and T'uscola, 
soon. 

Haughton Elizabeth, wks J. C. lirown. 

HAUtJirTON, >V. S., carriage manufacturer, cor (ierman 
and Franklin. See advt. 



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llauptmaii George N., Inniberman, res s e s Miller, bet Jeffer* 

son and AVarren. 2. 
llause Kobert, painter, F. & P. M. H. l\. depot. :i„ 

Hawkins Charles, cook, rooms n w cor Genesee and JeflTa. 8. 
Hawkins James S., turner, res cor Johnson and 8th. 4. ; ,>■ 
Hawkins William ]\., cnstom boot make, lOG Genesee, res i^ |; 

Emerson, bet Park and Webster. 8. 
Hawick Miss Adeline, wks A. Birdsall. 
Hawick Gonliuck, carpenter, res e s 3d, near Genesee. 8. 
Hawley Mrs. Maggie, bds George Carter. '.]. > ; 

Hay L. C, bds Etna Hotel. • . .• 

Hay Mrs. Maud, lives with Mrs, M. Steele. , , 

Hayden Mrs. Caroline, bds Dr. G. A. Lathrop. 2. ■•'5;|f 

Hayden Charles A., engineer, bds M. H. lilackmer. '.v; 

Hayden Harry, inspector lumber, office s Water, near GeneBee,T^ 
Hayden John, mechanic, wks F. & P. M. R. R. 
Hayden Norman L., engraver, res cor Jefferson and German. ,• 
Hayden Norman L., elk, bds Horace T. Slade. 
Hayes Albert, blacksmith, res e s Jid, bet Thompson and? 

Chesnut. 4. j 

Hayes Ervin, carpenter, res n Wash'n, bet Kirk and Potter. \X 

Biiterview llic "Boss" CkMlilers, Lilllc Juke &, Co. ^ 

Hayes (Jeorge, lab, res 4th, brt Miller and Sears. 5. r 

Hayes James, blacksmith, bds 0;car Hull. *:, 

HAYES JOHN, proj)'r Slalc uC Maine House, n w cor Jef-'" 

I'lison antl Miller. .'I. 
liiiyi's 'IMionniy, foreman round house, bds Charles Anderson. 
Jfayes Thomas, machinist, res w s Cornelia, n of Atwater. 5. .^ 
Hayman Donald, ship carpenter, res s s Annesly, bet 1st and v' 

2d. 0. 
Haynes Jackson, lab, res Webster, bet Genesee and William. . :■ 
Haynes Sophronia D., bds T. F. Cross. -w. 

Haysc George, inspector, F. & P. M. K. K. , .| 

Hayse Irwin, carpenter, F. & P. JM. 11. K. , 

Hazzard John C, driver Am. Ex. C;0., res Jefferson, bet Potter 

and As tor. 4. 
Hazen Benjamin, blacksmith W. Williamson, bds J. Brady. 
Hedden Miss Sarah, bds Miss Minnie ^Marvin. 
Headley Charles B., editor Saginaw Daily Courier, res 507 

lloyt, cor Jelll-rson. 2. 
Headley Edward, livery stable, bds s s Randolph, e Washing- 
Ion, Valentine House. 
Ileagan Lewis, lab, works Jesse lloyt. 
Ilealy Byron, la b, bds American House. 



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Hcaly Charles, bds American House. 

Healy John, tailor, bds Ebel House. 

Heath Anson, wks C. & E. Ten Eyck, res s s Miller, bet 8th 

and 9tl). X'. 
Heather Alexander, res cor Johnson and 11th. 
llebuer ^liss Dora, wks A. Dixson. 

Hebner , res 501 Smith, cor Walnut ; absent. 

Hecks Osbert, marble-cutter, res n s Lapeer, bet lith and 

15th. 3. 
Hecox Henry C, lab, bds J. Hayes. 
HEELY & HALL (John J. Heely and J. L Hall), att'ys 

and real estate agts, office Owen blk, No 308 Genesee. 
Heely John J. (Heely & Hall), res w s Maple, bet Elm and 

Emerson. 4. 
Ueffernan John, lab, res 5th, bet Kirk and >Sears. 8. 
Heffran Mrs. Margaret (wid John Heffran), bds Hugh Gordon. 
HefFron James, lab, R & P. M. E. R. 
Hegermann William, painter, bds Stauber's Hotel. 
Heidger Charles, gardener, res n s Douglas, w of Jefif'n. 3. 
lleighton William, res s w cor Bristol and Wasii'n. 4. 
Heim Edward, elk August Bode. 

Lumberiucn'ii Supplies at M. & II. Koch & Co's. 



Heimenck Peter, blacksmith, res High, n of German Colony 
lload. 3. 

Heinenian Charles, upholsterer, res e s 3d, near Genesee. 9. 

Heiueman Morris, wks Feige Bros. 

Heinietze Miss Zata, Avks J. A. Putnam. 

Heinlein Wolfe C, wks Mowbray & Kichardson, res s s Eaton, 
bet King and Mackinaw. G. 

Heinlin AVolfgang, brewer, Mowbray & Richardson. 

Heinlind Henry, saloon, Genesee, bet Franklin and Cass, res 
over saloon. G. 
I I Heinroch Miss Lizzy, wks Mrs. Minnie Lowrey. 

if I Heisa Mrs. Sophia, home with R. Dresler. 

p., Heiser David, drayman, res s e cor 1st and John. 3. 

. I Heitke Augustus, lab, res 218 w Gth, bet Janes and German. 3. 

I } Helbert John, teamster, res e s Stli, bet German and Jane. 3. 

f I Helie Oyrille, lab, bds A. Picard. 

I ; Helker Francis J. B., elk freight house, V. & P. M. R. R., res 

[ I cor Kirk and 3d. 

j I Helm Eugeth, lab, res cor Kirk and 7th. 3. 

■f^ Helm G., inspector wks Jesse Hoyt. 

• ( Helen John, lab, res n s Johnson, bet 8th and 9th. 

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146 EA.ST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. if' 

Heller Peter, barber shop, Everett House, res n s German, bet 

4th and 5th. 2. -v 

Helling William, jeweler, res 3d. '-*>• 

Help Francis J., dealer in jewelry, res Webster, bet Genesee 

and William. 7. 
Hel^'t'l Amma, lab, ros n s Johnson, bet 8th and 9th. 2. ■" 
HENLIESCll MARTIN, merchant, store n s Genesee, bet 

Warren and Webster, res same. 3. 
Hemenger Mrs. Caroline (wid), res w s Chen*y, bet Warrea and 

AVebstcr. 4. 
Hendrehen Edward, riverman, bds Garvin House. i' 

Henderson Miss Elizabeth, wks W. H. O'Brien. 
Henderson Df.niel, lab, bds Martin Slanion. 
Henderson Horace, cashier Derby & Co., bds Amos Dixon. 
Henderson Wm., lab,res e s 5th, bet Carroll and Miller. 8. ' 
Hendrick Esther M., res Gil Maple. '' 

Hendrick Mrs. Ella, res UU Maple. '' 

Hendrick John, plasterer, res e s Cornelia, near Atwater. 2. 
Hendrick Patrick, brick mason, res GH Maple. ' 

Hendrick. See JIaudrick. '-y 

Herrick Augustus, shingle sawyer, bds 1). Mclntyre. '< >,* 

Little Jake & Co., ''Bossi'' Clothicrit of the State. 

HENDRICKSON & BIIO. (T. & John Hcndrickson), dri- 
ving pin and salt manufacturers, near Miller, resnei\r,_^ 
salt block, 8th ward. 

Uenion Danii-I, bds with Morris Lyer. 

lleiike Eilward, cooper P. Haug — Jesse Hoyt. 

Henncsy Horace, elk Derby & Co., bds A. Dixon. 

Henning & Son (John Henning and Christ Henning), groce- 
ries, e s oth, bet Johnson and Fitzhugh. 

Henning John, res s e cor Fitzhugh and 5tli. 5. 

Henright Michael, lab, bds John Reordon. 

Henry Adolphus, book-keeper for Koot & Midler, res e s 5tb, 
bet Johnson and Tuscola. 

Henry Adoli)h, book-keeper, res e s 5th, bet Johnson and 
Tuscola, 4. 

Henry Horace, lumber inspector, bds Jeremiah B. Kellani. 

Henry James, elk Abram F. feharick. 

Henry Mrs. Laura A. (Mrs. Adolphus Henry), sewing machine 
operator A. Fox, ros otli, bet Johnson and Tuscola. 

Henry AValter T., engineer F. iS: P. M. ]{. R., res 5th, bet Eug- 
li.sh and l^orman. l. 

Henry William, bds J. liUC'k. 



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Herb F. Joseph, watchmaker and jeweler, 300 Genesee, res 110 
s Webster. 8. 

Herbage Daniel, painter, F. & P. M. E. R. depot. 

Herbage John, painter, F. & P. M. R. R. depot. 

Herbage Daniel, painter, res w s 4th, bet Carroll and Miller. 2. 

Herbeck Miss Nellie, wks IJechtel's Hotel. 

Herbert Frederick H., surveyor, res n e cor Jefferson and Oar- 
roll. 7. 

Herbert Jklrs. Maggie, res cor Carroll and AVashington. 

Herbert Mrs. Margaret E., boarding-house, 501 Carroll. 2. 

Herd Chas., Watrousville plank, near Kimball. 

Hering Elisabeth, (wid) e s Park, bet Iloyt and Chesnut. 2. 

Herley M. L., druggist, bds Everett House. 

Herley M. L., druggist, wks Chandlers & Bros. 

Herling Henry, boiler-maker T. Steele. 

Hermann Charles, saloon, junction s Genesee and German, res 
same. 2. 

Herman Zellner, bell-boy Everett House. 

Heruery , lab, res Lapeer, bet 8th and 9th. G. 

Hersley John, bds with Samuel Jones. 

llerrit Daniel, -wiper round house F. & P. M. R. R. 

Fine Custom Work at 1»I. & H. Kocli & Co's. 



Hess Charles P., lumberman, res n s William, bet Mackinaw 

and Miller. 4. 
Hess David, aged, res n s ]\Iillard, n end of Park. 2. 
Hess Miss Mary, wks G. Lockley. 

Hess Peter, farmer, res e s X. st, bet n Miller and Eaton. 3. 
Hesse Barnhard, (al) physician, office u w cor Genesee and 

Jeft*'n, res 719 Lapeer, bet 4th and 5th. G, 
Hesse Simon J., wks Saver & Swell. 
Hesse AVm., lab, res cor Carroll and 12th. 5. 
Hessler William A., musician, res Lapeer, bet 4th and 5th. 5. 
Heston Hiram 0., lives Mrs. J. M. Heston. 
Hestou Mrs. Julia M., res n s town lino, bet Jefferson and 

Wash'n. 2. 
Heston T. Vickers, wks and bds II. Shorey. 
Heubisch Martin, prop'r Teutonic P[all, Genesee, bet Warreu 

and Webster. 3. 
He\ibner Ernst, wks 0. AVenks. 
Ileuii Bernard, fancy dry goods, 418 (lenesee, res 2d, bet 

Cherry and Cliesnut. 7. 
Hewitt John A., machinist, res s e '.U\ and Miller. 5. 
Heyde Edwin, bds SLauber's Hotel. 
Hickey Miss Ellen, home witli Abram F. Sharick. 



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Hickey James, lab, bds John A. McMahon. 

Hickey John, mechanic F. & P. M. R. 11. depot. 

Ilickey John, lab, res 5th, bet Lapeer and Tuscola. 3. 

Hickey Patrick, lab, bds Bcchtors Hotel. 

Tlickie Eugene, lab, res w a I^Iiller, s of Center. G. 

Hicks Miss Candis, wks W. Q. Atwood. 

Hicks Josiah G., lab, res w s Lytle, s of Morris. 5. 

Hicks Osbert, wks Josepli Berch. 

High Oh'ver, waiter Everett House. ', 

Higgins James, lab, bds Scanlan House, s e cor Water and 

Thompson. ^ 

Higgins Patrick, watchman, res Lytle, s of Morris. 2. ' 

Hill J. H., res 405 Jefferson. 3. • ," 

Hill James, bds J. Dietriech. . f 

Hill James, salt inspector, res av s Clay, bet German and »r,. 

Lapeer. 2. >! 

Hill Miss Lena, bds Mrs. 0. Benson. ' -^ 

Hill Stephen ]i., land-looker, res 017 Webster. 4. 
Hill Theo. S., business manager Courier Office, bds W. H. >;&, 

Edwards. p 

Hill Thomas, bds Benjamin Eaton. ;. 

Patronize the ''Bosm" Clotliicrti, Little Jaiie &, €o. 

Hill Willis, lab, res ss Eaton, n of Wash 'n. 2. ^ 

Hilliker Alvin, lab, bds 0. C. Vanwagncr. • _ ^ 

Hill man Charles, shoemaker, bds . k.. 

Hillman Frederick, blacksmith, F. & P. M. 11. R. depot. f, 

Hiller , tender Bristol st swing bridge. 

Hime Joseph J., lab, bds John Patterson. • f 

Hinckle Peter A., machinist, e s 3d, bet Carroll and Miller. 3. !■■ 
Hindle Adam, carpenter, res n e cor Walnut and Mumford. 8. 
Hiudle ]\[is8 Josephine, wks M. C. Stevens. 
Hindes Edward, tinner, bds J). 0. Donnell. 
Hine Jacob, carpenter, E. & P. II. \l. 11. depot. 
Hines Edward, coppersmith, E. & P. M. R. li. depot. 
Hink Edward, carpenter, res e s High, s AValnut. 3. 
Hinkley Jam^s A., U. S. guager, res AVebster, cor Lapeer. 4. 
Hineroot Chas., lab, res 508 e s Gth, bet AVadsworth and Car- 
roll, i. 
Hinmar George, lab, bds Farmers' Home. 

Jlirish , res n w cor German and Clay. 3. 

Hirschkorn Jacob, lab, res 5th, bet German and Lapeer. 5. 
Hieney Charles, tailor, res over 130 s AVashington. 3. 
Hobart Joseph, bds AV. Hoburt. 
Hobarc Saphronia, bds AV. Hobart. 



EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 149, 

Ilobart William, lab, res a 3 Janes, w of Smith. 3. 

llobish Martin, saloon res w s Clay, cor German. 3. 

Ilobson Anson, stone-dealer, yard Water, foot Fitzhugh, res. 
224 Jefl'erson, cor Johnson. 2. 

Ilobson Miss Annettie, home with George Hobson. 

Ilobson Daniel, lab, bds George Ilobson. 

Hobson Edward, lab, bds George Hobson. 

Ilobson George, lab, cor Norman and 2d. 4. 

Ilobson John, lab, bds George Ilobson. 

Hodges Isaac, wks Harvey & Coleman. 

Hoddick Vincent, mechanic, wks F. & P. M. depot. 

Hodgson Ed., fireman Maytlower Mills. 

Hodgson Mark, engineer Mayflower Mills, res 618 JeflFerson. 

Hollman, Henry & Co. (Victor Slesinger, manager), dealer in 
millinery and fancy goods, 117 Wasiiington st s. 

UoflFman Anna, wks William T. ^Markey. 

Hoffmann, Ernst, teamster, res Warren, bet Lapeer and Tus- 
cola. 3. 

Hoft'nian Frederick, carpenter, bds Farmers' Home. 

Hoffman Frederick, cigar manuCr, res 2d, bet Walnut and 
Ciiesnut. 2. 

£]lcguiit Clotliing ut 91. & II. Koeli & Co^h. 

Hoffman Miss Han)uih,wk3 P. Whipple. 

Hofmcister Charles, cooper, res s s n Miller, bet King and' 

Water. 4. 
Hoflmeister Charles, wks Hobiier. 
Uogaii John, lab, res w s ililler, s of Nimons. 7. 
Hogan John, teamster, bds i\IarLin ]\Ianion. 
llogan Mrs. Mary, wks G. Corning. 
Hogan Thomas F., tel ojir, Saginaw City station, St. Clair 

River 11. P., res Mackinaw. 2. 
Hogan Thomas F., book-keeper, res s s Gallagher, e of 

]\Iackina\v. 3. 
Holm Mrs. Birdie, wks Everett House, 
llohisel John, cooper, ros w s Little, s Nimons. 8. 
llohisel John, co'oper, shop w s King, nr Mowbray's brewery. 
Holand Peter, lab, bds ilartin jMaiiion. 
Holahan Ilichard, lumberman, res n w cor Mackinaw and 

Little. G. 
Holaner Fritz, lab, res w s High. 0. 
Holden Isaac, lab, res e s Little, s of Hess. 3. 
Holden i\Iichael, lab, res s e cor Cherry und Mumford. ti. 
Holden Peter, lab, res cor Wadswortli and 11th. 4. 
Holden Miss Tena, wks for Horace Jones. 



ISO EAST SAQINAW DIRECTOUY. 



Holeman Michael, harness-maker, res 440 s e cor Carroll and 
5th. 5. ' . i 

Holmes John R, clerk D. I. Peck & Co. -ii 

Holiday & Jones (George Holiday and Erastus Jones), shingle 
manufacturers, mill w of Sag. & St. Clair R. R., s of Cen- 
tre street. .^^. 
HoUister Frederick, architect, office with E. F. Guild, 3d floo/^' 
Wisner blk, res Saginaw City. Vy 
Holland Charles, lumber inspector, res e s Washington, bet' 

Brady and Jfason. 4. 
Holland Dwight G., salt dealer, res 311 Washington. 5. 'ii 

Holley , merchant, Ids Abram F. Sharlck. 'i' 

Holts Daniel, lumber foreman. No G16 AVashington street, be^ 

Astor and Miller. 
Hollingstead, Edward, wks C. Lee' mill. ^* 

Hollon Joseph A. (Thurber & Hoi Ion), banker, res 1007 

AVashington. 
Holhvede Frederick, shoemaker, shop Genesee, bet Clay and 

AVebstor. 
Holly Benjamin, car inspector, bds Benjamin Eaton. '^^ 

Holme Charles, res w s Clay, bet Johnson and Tuscola. 4. 

Little Juke & Co. Undersell Everybody. 



Holmes Mrs. , home with Samuel If. Post. 

Holmes Isaac L., carpenter, res e s AVarren, bet Johnson and 

Fitzhugh. 5. 
Holmes Uis. Margaret, (wid Thomas Holmes), res 7th, bet 

Lapeer and Tuscola. G. 
Holmes Samuel, carpenter, bds J. H, Overton. " 
Holsey Chauncey, lives with C. Perry. 
Holson Daniel, fireman F. & P. M. R. R. 
Holson George, fireman F. & P. M. R. R. 
Hoist Miss Catherine, home with Henry Hoist. 
Hoist Henry, lab, cor Astor and Jefferson. 
Hoist John, sawyer, C. & E. Ten Eyck. 
HOLTZHEIMER CHRISTOPHER, dealer in liquors and 

cigars, J^otter, bet Franklin and Jefferson, res Jefferson, 

bet Astor and Potter. 2. 
Home of tiie Friendless, 420 Park, cor Thompson, Mrs. Mary 

A. Dixon, Matron. 
Homsh Frank A., wks East Saginaw Manufacturing Co. 
Holmes Mrs. Lottie, boarding house, res n w cor Cass and 

Johnson. 3. 
Hosner Oscar K, glove and mitten manuf 'r, rooms Derby blk, 

Ji AVater, bds restaurant near P. 0. 



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Honlahan Thomas, riverman, res e s Miller, s of Main. 5. 
lloock Adolphus, agent Mayflower mill, res w s 6th, bet Lapeer 

and Tuscola. 6. 
Iloolcy Daniel, prop'r London House, Franklin, bet Genesee 

and Tuscola. 7. 
Ilootsell Joseph, musician, res olG e s Franklin. 2. 
Hopkins Daniel, cook, bds Henry Naegley. 
Hopkins Daniel, lab, res n s Mason, bet Cass and Franklin. 2. 
Hopkins Herman H., tinsmith Reynolds & Choate, bds A. 

BirdsuU. 
Hoppe Adam, bartender J. Fischer, bds M. Eriol. 
Hoppe Godfrey (aged), lives Michael leron. 
llooppell Miss Ellen, wks H. Turner. 
Hopper Thomas, lab, bds H. Studor. 
Hopperset William H., mechanic, bds Charles Anderson, 
llorau Mrs. Mary (wid), fruit stand, Franklin, bet Tuscola and 

Johnson. 
Horan Patrick, lab, bds Scanlan House, s e cor Water and 

Thompson. 
Horm Thomas, bds D. A. Campbell. 
Horn Daniel, carriage builder, wks Baker & Bro. 

Lowest Prices at M. & II. Koeli &. Co's. 

Hornabrook MissM. A., dressmaker, Avks Mrs. E.G. Hammond. 

Hornabrook Nathan, wks E. S. Munufg Co. 

Home Mrs. Elizabeth, bds J. A. Foster. 

Hornwall James, edger, wks Jesse Hoyt. 

Horr Roswell G., banker, 2d National Bank, res w s Genesee, 

cor Thompson. 6. 
Horton Henry D., carpenter, res w s Welles, bet Mason and 

Brady. 5. 
Horton Ilugh, carpenter, res u s Hesd. bet Miller and Little. 3. 
Hosmer James J., reses Mackinaw, e Saginaw City & St. Clair 

R. R. 5. 
Hosner Miss Maggie, bds Minnie Marvin. 
Hotchbash Nicholas, tailor, res s w cor Chesnut and 2d. 3. 
Hotswell Thomas J., mechanic, res 3d, bet Miller and Potter. 2. 
Houce Franklin, street-car driver, res (ith st, bet Miller and 

Sears. 
Hough & Sikes (Edward A. Hough and Arnold P. Sikes), life 

and fire ins agts, office over 115 Genesee. 
Hough Ii^dward A. (Hough & Sikes), res Jackson, Mich. 
Hough Elijah W., colporteur, office over 115 Genesee. 
Hough Joel D., botanic physician, res Potter, bet Franklin and 

Washington. 3. 



153 EAST SAOINAW DlREOTOUI. 

Houis:ht Philip, lab, res s s Johnson, bet 7th and 8th. 6. M 

HOUGHTON WILLIAM S., carriage-niaker, corFrunkhii' 

iind German, res n e cor Cuss and Johnson. See advt. 3. |i-' 
ITourigau James, lab, bds Patrick Ilonrigan. ^p 

Ilourigau I^Iiss Maggie, wka L. P. Mason. 'y^ 

Ilourigan Patrick, Peterboro Ilonse, Potter, bet Rockwell and iti 

AVarren. 3. 

Hourtienne Angustns, saloon, n e cor Genesee and Rockwell, fjl 
House James, carriage-maker, res Annesly, e of 1st. 3. V| 

House AYilliam, stave-jointer, res Annesly, e of 1st. 3. 
House William C, elk J. A. Weaver, bds Eliza AYelch. : ^ 

Housecheck , res n s Wadsworth, bet 11th and 12th. ^' 

Houston Miss Eliza, wks H. L. Harrison. M 

Hoverton Jeremiah, house builder, shop cor Cass and German, 

res Washington. 3. '.j^, 

Hovey Lucius P., harness-maker, shop Hovey blk, s Wash'n, il 

res s w cor 3d and Johnson. 8. '■■^ 

Hovey Robert, harness-maker, bds L. 13. Hovey. ^j 

Hovey Robert S., foreman and bds L. B. Hovey. 
Hovey AVilliam, wks for Alfred Piersou. 
Howard , wks Enterprise otiice. 

One Price to all at Little Jake Sc Co's. 



Howard Daniel F., carpenter, res 4tii, bet IMiller and Sears. 5* 

Howard Daniel P., foreman, C. & E. TeuEyck. 

Howard Mrs. HaLtie, No. 113 Warren. 

Howard Wilbur, elk, J. W. Howry. 

Howard William J., book-keeper, res w s 6th, bet Lapeer and 

Tuscola. 4. 
Howard Windtield, printer, Courier otiice. 
Howe Daniel, minstrel, res w s -Ith, bet German and Lapeer. 3. 
Howe Henry E., salesman, A. Fox, bds Svlvester Eccleston, 

710 Wash'n. 
Howe Julius IL, painter, res n s Martha, bet Maple and 

Warren. 2. 
Howe Luther J., lab, res s w cor 3d and German. 2. 
Howell John,' lumberman, e s Jed'erson, bet Astor and 

Miller. 5. 
lloweld George, engineer. Rust's mill, bds National House, 

South Saginaw. 
Howell Richard R., elk and bds E. B. Barnes. 
Howell ]\[i,ss Viola, home John Howell. 
Iloweller August, car[)enter^ wks F. & P. M. depot. 
Howes AVilliam, insurance agent, res e s Grant, bet Main and 

Gilmore. 4. 






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EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 153 

Howes William, elk J. 0. Donuell. 

Howley John, lab, bds Thomas Kenny. 

Howry C. D., elk J. \V. Howry, bds same. 

HoAvry Charles, elk, bds Everett House. > 

Howry J. W., dry goods mereliant, 218 Genesee, res 641 Hoyt. 4. 

Howry Joiui F., boots and slioes, No 41G Genesee, near Jeff'n, 

res cor Carroll and Wash'n. 
Howrey John, bds C. M. Curtis. 

Hoyt Edward J., book-keei)er J. Go.wen, bds He v. J. S. Good- 
man. 
Hoyt Frederiek E., grocer, n av cor Genesee and Cass, res n 

Water, bet Carroll and Miller. 
Hoyt Herbert H., att'y and real estate agt, office 3d floor 

Wisner blk, n e cor Franklin and Genesee, res 820 Hoyt. 
Hoyt Jesse, mill owner, real estate and property owner, W. J. 

Bartow agt, res New York. 

Hubbard , bds Everett House. 

Hubbard Frederick, messenger boy W. U. Telegraph, bds 

parents. 
Hubbard George, carpenter, res w s Genesee, bet Chesnut and 

Walnut. 5. 

Largest Stock of Clothing at M. & II. Koch & Co's. 

Hubbard Gc-orge, operator Jesse Hoyt. 

Hubbard John A., saloon e s Franklin, bet Genesee and Tus- ' 
cola, bds Everett House. 

HUBBARD & KELLY (Charles Hubbard and Willard B. 
Kelly), dealers in old metal and rope, 113 s Water. 

Hubbard Miss Louisa, wks James A. Hinkley. 

Hubbard llichard, harness maker, res w s Wash'n, s of 16th. 4. 

Hubbard Theron T., physician, office w s AVash'n ave, Teigiu 
blk, bds N. A. Randall. 

Hubbard Willard A., carpenter, bds Edwin A. Jiloore. 

Hubbell Richard C, harness maker, wks P. Yeaton & Co. 

Hubener Adam, lab, res 14th, bet Janes and Lapeer, f . 

Hubert Fred, bytcher, e s Jefferson, bet Genesee and Tus- 
cola. 4. 

Hubert Jacob, lab, wks William Olds. 

Hubinger John C, tinsmith, shop and res 1318 Genesee. 8. 

Huckins Brainurd S., elk, bds I*. H. Andrews. 

Hughes Ciuirles, mechanic, bds Benjamin Eaton. 

Hughes James, blacksmith, wks Baker & Bros. 

Hughs Miss Lizzie, home with John B. Chagnon. 

llugner Miss Catherine, wks T. F. Bundy. 

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154 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 



Huinlein Geo., tailor, Little Jake, res n s Hoyt, bet Geneset' 

and Walnut. C. . ^ 

Huiss John G., wks R. West, bds Mrs. Smith. . hM, 

Hule Adolphus, lab, bds Joseph Parquette. j^i^ 

Hull Oscar, boarding house, cor Jefferson and Tuscola. 3.':<1T 
Hulnie John, machinist, res s s Merrill, bet Webster and 

Park. 0. 
Hulsizer Mrs. Mary 0. (wid Joseph R.Hulsizer), res 707 Jeflfn/ 

bet Astor and Potter. 5. 
Humes John (blind), res cor Elm and Warren. 2. ? 

Humes Mrs. Ruth (wid), res 337 e s Maple, bet Thompson and 

Hoyt. 3. 
Humphrey Mrs. Caroline (wid), res w s Grant, n Gilmore. <U 
Humphrey Daniel P., auction and commission merchant, n 8 

Lapeer, bet Jeff'n and Warren, res cor AVash'n and Mason. 
Humphrey Prank, Troy 'House, n e cor ]\rcCoskry and Water. 2. 
Humphrey John, lab, res n s Hess, e Mackinaw. 4. 
Humphrey Reuben, cooper, res w s Ballard, n Nimons. 4. tr| 
Humphrey Miss Sarah, lives G. Humphrey, 
llunn Mrs. Jane (wid), res 318 Emerson. 4. li 

L.urg[e!«t Stock in the State at Little Jake's. 

HunsborgcT Tobias, teaming and contracting, res e s 7th, bet 
Wadsworth and Johnson. 

Hunt Abner D., lumberman, res Cherry, bet Warren- and, 
Webster. 4. 

Hunt J. A., carpenter, bds Henry Xaegely. i 

Hunt Nelson, lab, bds E. H. Dickerman. 

Huut Miss Sarah, Avks J. Ingles. 

Hunter Adolphus G. (Hunter Bros.), res Dyersburgh, Dyer 
Co, Tenn. 

Hunter Andrew U. (Hunter Bros.), res 108 Carroll. 2. 

Hunter Bros. (Andrew H. and Adolphus G. Hunter), lumber- 
men, office Derby blk, n Water. 

Hunter Andrew IL, lumberman, res 108 Carroll. 2. 

Hunter David, lab, res opp Prench's Hotel, e Sag. City & St. 
Clair R. R. 5. 

Hunter D. b., wks P. & P. M. depot. 

Hunter Miss Emma, , res 18 Webster. 

Hunter Miss E. S., home with Rolen Hunter. 

Hunter Francis, ticket agt, P. & P. M. R. R., bds John Hazzard, 

Hunter James, elk, bds Hunter House. 

Hunter , lab, bds National House, South Saginaw. 

Huntington Miss L., dressmaker, wks Mrs. E. G. Hammond. 

Hunler Miss Lizzie, wks D. G. Holland. 



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Hunter Robert, prop'r Hunter House, e s Franklin, bet Gene- 
see and Tuscola. 

llurburt Charles, lab, bds John Webster. 

Ilurlburt Miss Jennie, res Webster, bet Chesnut and Cherry. 

Hurley James (Eisenbrey & Hurley), bds Irving House. 

Hurling Henry, gardener, res e s Cornelia, bet McCoskry and 
ilartha. 5. 

Hursh George, land hunter, res w s Genesee, bet Chesnut and 
Walnut. 3. 

Hurtau Zoel, bowling saloon, ess Water, bet German and 
Genesee, res w s s Water, bet Hayden and William. 5. 

Husband Robert N., lab, res s s Randolph, e of Wash'n. 3. 

Hutchinson Miss Agnes, chambermaid Everett House. 
* Hutchinson John, teamster, J. S. Stevens. 

Hutchinson AVilliam, corker, res e s Wash'n, nr Saginaw City 
& St. Clair R. R. 2. 

Hutchison ^Miss Ellen, dress-maker, wks Miss Sarah Gaffney. 

Hutsizer Miss Anna, res Jefferson. 

Iluttley David, Witham House, Potter, bet Rockwell and 
3d. 8. 

Only one Price at M. &. II. Koeli Sc Co's. 

Ilutton , lab, res s w cor 9th and Miller. 3. 

llutton John W., lab, res n w cor Hoyt and Park. 8. 
Hutton William, toll-keeper Vassar plank-roak, res same,' 

Buena Vista townshij). 3. 
lluyss John, apprentice with Schmidt & Moye, bds with 

Albert Moye. 



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Iddings Mrs. Addie (wid Richard), lives with T. E. Daughty^ 

Ingerman Wm., lives with Wm. Henderson. 

Ingledew John, foreman Rust & Ring's salt works, res w s 

Wash'n, near Randolph. 3. 
Inglehardt Caroline, lives Mrs. Mary Luke. 
Inglehart Elijah C, foreman D. Rust & Co., stave Mill, res s e 

cor Centre and Miller. 4. 
Inglehart George, lab, bds Farmers' Home. 
Inglehart Jacob, foreman J. F. Rust & Co.'s saw mill, res s e 

Eaton and Mackinaw. 4. 
Ingles James, setter Rust, King & Co.'s saw mill, res ws X st,, 

bet Eaton and n Miller. 3. 
Ingelman Miss Sarah, wks R. H. Weidman. 
Uiirg Miss Christine, wks Dr. G. A. liathrop. 
Innea William, ship carpenter, res n 8 town line, w JelTn. 4. 



156 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. . -M 

Innes William, lab, bds John A. McMubon. ;, % 

Irons Henry, teamster, res s s Main, bet Grant and Miller. 5»f 
Ironsides George L., civil engineer, bds Everett House. ^W^v 
Irvine Jolin, teamster, res w s 3d, bet Fitzhugh and Johnson. C: ' 
Irving "William, lumberman, res No fH2 Tuscola, bet Web8tet% 

and Warren. 7. 
Irvin James, elk A. Chase, bds same. 
Irwin John T., sailor, res s e cor Martha and Cornelia. 
Izenberg AVilliam, tailor, wks Frank G. Wilkin. 



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Jack William, wks Sears & Holland. 
Jackson Andrew E., lumberman, res n e cor Washington and, 
Hayden. 0. aj:- 

Jackson Andrew, cook, res s e cor ith and Johnson. 4. ,; :,i|; 
Jackson ^liss Elizabeth, Avks Mrs. Isaac Russell. ^lL/]i 

Jackson Frank P., elk C. II. Smith, bds American House. «!|l|^| 

Jackson Fred, , home with Christ Ohland. «i,^|, 

Jackson James li., agt Singer Sewing Machine Co. for North- «^ 
ern Mich., rooms e s n Wash'ii, bet Genesee and Tuscola, ^( 
res 603 Hoyt, cor JefF'n. 5. v^ 

IVo Bantering ut ILittlc Juke's. --M 

Jackson Kobert, res s s n ]\Iiller, bet King and Mackinaw. 3. " , 

Jackson AVilliam, lab,res w s Wash'n, bet Atwater and Bristol. 7. -' 

Jackson William A., mason, res 514 -ith, bet Carroll and . 
Miller. 2. 

Jacobs Alexander, lab, res e s Lytle, s of Morris. 4. V- 

Jacobs Christ, carpenter, res e s Gth, bet Johnson and Fitz- ^' 
hugh. G. ^ 

Jacobs Morris, dry goods merchant, res 318 Webster. 3. • '* 

.lacobs Ilobert, carpenter, res e s Ma])le, bet McCoskry and 
Atwater. 4. 

Jacobs AVilliam, res n s Emerson, bet Warren and Webster. 3. 

Jacobs William, lab, res w s 0th, bet Johnson and Tuscola. 4. 

Jacques Joseph, lab, bds A. Picard. 

James Thomas M., att'y, olfice AVisner blk, Genesee. 

Jameson & Casady (William Jameson and Charles Casady), 
carriage, wagon and sleigh makers, w s Cass, bet William 
and German. 

Jameson William, (Jameson & Cassedy) res cor oLh and John- 
sun. «}. 

Jamieson Andrew J., wagon-maker, bds American House. 

Jamieson Anthony, wks James Gordon Cameron. 



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Jimmay Thomas, lab, bds Martin Manion. 

Jaonuch Oscar T., attorney at law, wks D. "\V. C. Gage. 

Junson Miss Fredericka, wks C, L. Ortmann. 

Janson John P., carpenter, res 4th, bet Kirk and Norman. 

Jarcliow Frederick, wks Feigc Bros. 

Jurmaen Miss Mella, liome with Edward Jarmaen. 

Jauraon Henry, coppersmith, F. & P. M, K. K. 

Jarny Jule, res C2G n s German, bet Gth and 7th. 2. 

Jasmain Frederick, cook, bds A. Picard. 

Jasper Fred., lab, res n s Janes, near Freedom. 

Jasper Louis, teamster, Janes, near Freedom. 

Jaatner John, lab, res 1st, bet Cherry and Chesnut. G. 

Jedamsky Robert, mason, res No. 107 e s 14th, bet Janes and 

William. 4. 
Jeflferies Charles A., (JelTerics & CoAvell) res 309 s Wash'n. 2, 
JEFFEllIES & CO WELL (Cliarlcs A. JelFeries and Joseph 

IL Cowell), physicians, oflice 307 s Wash n, bet Hayden 

and Williams. See advt. 
Jeffers Miss Anna, lives with M. Jcffers. 
Jeffers Miss Delia, lives with M. Jeffers. 
Jeffers John, prop'r Jeffers House, e s Water, cor Bristol. 4. 
Jeffers Miss Maggie, lives at Jeffers House. 

Clothing at ^Vliolcsule at Iff. &, II. Kocli &, Co's. 

Jeffers Michael, speculator, res s s Carroll, bet Franklin and' 
Jefferson. 2. 

Jefferson George W., carpenter, res c s 7th, bet Lapeer and 
Tuscola. 5. 

Jenkins Miss Annie, bds H. Jenkins. 

Jenkins Hugh, boiler-maker J. Steele, res e s Maple, s Martha. 

Jenkins Miss Elizabeth, lives with IL Jenkins. 

Jenkins Miss Martha, lives with H. Jenkins. 
11" Jenkins Mrs. Mary J., lives wich H. Jenkins. 

Jenkins ^Irs. Mary J., wid, res GOO Maple, o. 
|lf Jenkins Nichola, lab, bds Farmer's House. 
i^ Jenkins Miss Sarah, works Francis F. Gardner. 
I Jenks Frederick,' night watchman Everett House. 

Jenks, John, porter, Everett House. 

Jenks J. H., elk, res e Water, bet Carroll and Miller. 4, 

Jenks Nathan A., mason, res w s Park, bet Emerson and Mer- 
rill. 3. 

Jenett Cyril, lab, bds Joseph Aslin. 2. 

Jensou Christ, lab, res e 8 liockwell, oct Carroll and Fitzhugh. 

Jerdan Patrick, bds J. llallis. 

Jerniacu Edward, carpenter, shop Washington, bet Astor and 
I'otler, res cor Miller and Websler. 2. 



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Jermaeu Lewis, carpenter, bds Edward Jermaen. 

Jeron Michael, cabinet maker, res s e cor 3d and German. C 

Jerrey Stephen, boarding house, res Water, bet German and 

William, refused to give boarders. 8. 
Jibbo Andrew, lab, res 200 Elm, eor Maple. 2. 
Joesus Joseph, res near Johnson, at \{. 11. 2. .5, 

John Joseph, sawyer, wks Jesse Iloyt. 1,, t^,: 

Johnson , fireman, bds Joseph Wilson. ♦';*^' 

JOHNSON A. B., Prop'r WHAT CHEER RESTAUR- 
ANT, No. 5 Cass, bet Genesee and German. 
Johnson Andrew, blacksmith, shop cor Genesee and Watroug- 

Yille i)lank-road, bds Michigan Hotel. 
Johnson Anthony, brick layer, res e s Ward, bet Phelou and 

Atwator. i. 
Johnson August, mechanic, F, & P. M. 11. R, bds Thomas W. 

Smith, 
Johnson Benjamin F., elk /Etna Hotel, bds same. 
Johnson Charles A., painter, res cor Farwell and Norman. . 
Johnson Charles H., elk, bds J. Steckert. ^i;^ 

Johnson Christopher, lab, wks Jesse Iloyt. >»W'»' 

Johnson Christopher, carpenter, res Tuscola, bet Rockwell 
and 3d. 3. 

Interview the "Botis" Clotliierii, Little Jake &. Co. 

Johnson Miss E., dress-maker. 

Johnson E. Everett, elk, C. Wenks »& Co., bds American 
House. 

.Johnson E. G., lab, bds Tremont House. 

Johnson Eugene S. (Johnson & Hall), bds Everett House. 

Johnson & Gage, hoop manuf'rs, factory w of Saginaw & St. 
Clair R. R. 

.Johnson George, lab, bds J. Armstrong. 

Johnson George AV., propr Etna Hotel, c s Cass, bet Genesee 
and Tuscola. 4. 

JOHNSON, GOOBELL & CO., Thos. W., Sr., and Thos. W. 
.Jr., Johnson, and Arthur W. Goodell, manufacturers and 
dealc^rs in tanning extract, office 316 Genesee. 

JOHNSON k IFA LL, (Eugene S. Johnson, Louis V. Hall), 
liverymen, stable w s Franklin, bet German and Wil- 
liam. See advt. 

Johnson Miss Hattie, washer, res w s Rockwell, bet Johnson 
and Fitzliugh. 2. 

.foluison Henry, carpenter, wks Frederick IJ. JJoregret. 

Johnson Henry, teamster, ns e s .7th, bet Janes and Ger- 
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Johnson Horace, sash and blind maker, res n s Emerson, bet 

Bates and Maple. 3. 
Johnson James, painter, bds Staiiber's Hotel. 
Johnson James R, teamster, C. & E. TenEvck,re8 916 Lapeer, 

bet 6th and 7th. 8. 
Johnson John, lab, bds Hugh Gordon. 
Johnson John R., carpenter, F. & P. M. Jl. R. 
Johnson John 8., lab, res cor Kirk and 7th. o. 
Johnson Joseph, sliip carpenter, res.e s Miller, s of Centre. 2. 
Johnson Levi, ship carpenter, res n s Eaton, w Wash'n. 'v\ 
Johnson, Miss Lidda, lives with A. W. Bacon. 
Johnson Miss Louisa, bds G. W. Morley. 
Johnson Miss Louisa, lives with T. Johnson. 
Johnson Mark T., riverman, res es 7th, bet Janes and Ger- 

man. 5. 
Johnson Martin, mason, rese s 7th, bet German and Janes. 2. 
Johnson Thomas AV., Sr. and Jr. (Johnson, Goodell & Co.), 

res cor Cass and Eitzhugh. 
Johnson K., mate barge Detroit, res 101 1 Webster, near Mott. 2. 
Johnson Thomas, cooper, bds J. McCarty. 
Johnson Thomas, bricklayer, res e s Ward, bet Atwater and 

Phelon. U. 



ruHliioiinhle Tuiloriiij,' at III. & II. Koch & Co's. 



Johnson Truman B., patent hoop maker, factory w of Sag. & 
St. Chair R. R., s of Bundy & Youman's saw-mill, res coi 
Grant and Main. Employs 14 men. 5. 
jT Johnson William, ship cari)enter, bds Mrs. IL McAuley. 
J Johnson William, foreman molder, Wickes Bros. 
; [ Johnson William, blacksmith, F. & P. M R. R. 
■ Johnson William, lab, bds Scandinavian House. 

Johnston Miss Eliza, bds Alonzo P. Mead. 

Johnston Henry, wks E. Saginaw Jfanufg Co. 

Johnston John, lab, bds Joseph Parquette. 

Johnston John B., mechanic, bds cor Mason and Washington . 

Jollay John, lab, bds Martin Manion. 

Jones Chester B;, lumberman and real estate dealer, res 8i;) 
s Washington. 

Jones C. T., night watch Bancroft House. 

Jones Mrs. Dorothy (wid), wks S. Livermore. 

Jones Miss Eunice, homo with Robin Jones. 

Jones Edwin, restaurant. Potter st, bet .lefferson and Warren. 

Jones Erastus C, shingle sawyer, res s of Gallagher nr Bayou. 3. 

Jones Horace H., machinist, wks F. cS: P. .M. I{. R., res w s 3d. 
bet iMiller and Carroll. 1. 



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Jones Jerry M., lab, res u e cor 4th and Carroll. 4. ,;i:, 

Jones John M., elk What Cheer Restaurant, bcls same. 
Jones Joseph, bds with Samuel Jones. 
Jones Miss Martha, home with Robin Jones. ii 

Jones Lorein, lab, bds National House, South Sagiuaw. 
Jones ^liss Minnie, home with N. J. Clark. /» 

Jones Monroe, dealer in apple cider and wines, s e cor Fi 

lin and Carroll. 2. 
Jones Riley L., book-keeper James B. Jackson, res w s 7th, 

Janes and Cherry. .'5. 
Jones Robin, restaurant. Potter st, bet Jefferson and Warrea. A^ 
Jones Samuel, lab, res s w cor 3d and Miller. 4. , iii.,^ * 

Jones Thomas II. P., carpenter, res s w cor Miller and Sd.vl* 
Jones AVolcott, restaurant, res Potter, bet Rockwell and Wm»^, 

ren. 3. v-^ 

Jordan Miss Margaret, wks J. G. AVolf. ■ -tS 

Jordan Peter, apprentice blacksmith, F. L. P. Fish, bds sami^ 
Jordon Andrew, lab, bds Patrick Hourigan. <m^ 

Jorrey William, lab, res 10th, bet German and Lapeer. 3.1 r4C • 
Josslyn Rachel C, bds Chas. Allen. ,fi 

J udd E. T., banker, res w s Wash'n, s of German Colony Road.TlJI ■ 

Little Jake & Co., ^Visiier Block. 4< 

J udd Miss Julia, wks M. Little. ^:^ 

Judge Anthony, lab, bds Judge Hotel. . . t * 

JUDGE & FLOOD (Francis Judge and John Flood), prop'w*;^ 

Judge's Hotel, s e cor Water and AVilliam. See advt. ^ 
Judge Francis (Judge & Flood), s ecorAVatcr and William. 4.i 
Judson Charles C, lumberman, res 202 Annesly, cor Ist. 8. . v 
Judson Miss Cora, wks Capl. J. Osborn. ^4 

K. -i 

Kain John, wks J. S. Stevens. UT 

Kaiu Miss Sarah, dressmaker, wks Miss Sarah Gaflfaey. « '[ 

Kaiser Charles, lab, bds Farmers' Home. 
Kaiser John, lab, res 718 Mumtbrd. 3. 
Kaiser John, lab, res e s Lincoln, bet Cherry and Janes. 2. 
Kaiser Martin, lab, res 730 Lincoln. 4. % 

Kamburg Doretea, res s s Walnut, bet Hess and Smith. 
Kancler John, mason, res 109 e s 4th,bet German and Lapeer. 4. 
Kane Eugene, lab, bds John Kane. 
Kane John, lab, res 515 Janes, cor 7th. 10. 
Kane John, lab, res n Washington, bet Gth and 7th. 2. 
Kane Mrs. Johanim, wid J\lichael Kane, Salt Spring Saloon, 
Washington, bet Astor and Miller. 4, 



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Kline Josepli, lab, bds John Kane. 

Kunc Miss JIaggie, home Avith John Kane. 
^ ' i- 1 Kunc ^laggie, liome Charles Straw, Washington st, bet Astor 
!^- J uncUniler. 

1 1 Kane Patrick, bhicksmith, sliop P. & P. M. R. R. 
y _, ' Kline Thomas, lab^ bils John Kane. 
k- *4 Kanslor Enocli, Avks C. Wenks. 

Kiuit George, hib, bds David llnttley. 

Kapphan Abby, wks C. 11. Ripley. 

Karl Loais, lab, res w s l^Lh, bet Lapeer and Tuscola. 3. 
©• I Karns James, plasterer, res e s Glh, bet Janes and German. 11. 
I I Kaser Jacob, lab, res Clay, bet Lapeer and Tuscola. 8. 
5. Kaul Henry, lab, res cor Douglass and Cherry. 5. 

^ I Kaul Joseph, plasterer, res w s 14th, bet Janes and Lapeer. 7. 

Kauth Andrew, elk, bds John G. Edelman. 

Kay Robert, lab, res 221 Cass, bet Johnson and Tuscola. 4. 
Y I Kay Thomas, lab, res n s Iloyt, bet Warren and Webster. G. 
} Kaye William, painter, res w s 4th, bet Carroll and Miller. 2. 
• Kealsher Miss Margaret, wks Kev. J. W. Clark. 

Kearney Patrick, bds P. I^Iurray. 

Keating Miss Maria, dressmaker M. J. Barton. 

IVobby Sails ut M. & II. Koch & €o's. 



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I Keeler Dexter D., mason, res 300 Cherry, cor Webster. 5. . 
I Keedie William, lab, bds J. J. Reamer, 

Keeler Frank, clerk F. & P. M. R. R., res s s Miller, bet Rock- 
|. well and Warren. 3. 

Keeler Lewis S., clairvoyant, res GIG Washington. 2. 
i Keeler Sanlbrd, mechanic R & P. M. R. R., res n c side ^[iller, 
I cor Miller and Rockwell. 4. 

, Keer James, lab, bds M. Keer, 

i Keer Martin, teamster, res e s Water, bet Ilayden and Millard. 4 
1 Keer Slatthew, lab, bds M. Keer. 

IKehoe Patrick, lab F. & P. M. R. R. 
Keimath Philip, teacher res n s Tuscola, bet 3d and 4th. 3. 
Keipert John, Ij^b, res e s Lincoln, bet Walnut and Cherry. G. 
( Keistler Sebastian, butcher, res e s Water, bet Hayden and 

William. 7. ' 
I Keith Nehemiah, bds Mary A. Fournier. 
J Kelley Miss Anna, lives with L. S. Griggs. 

Kellam Jeremiah B., mason, res cor Frauklin and Tuscola. 5. 
Kelly Charles, lab, res s s Wohster, w of .Aliller. G. 
Kelloy David & Sou, rooms llovoy blk, cor Tuscola and n 
I Washington. 

Kelley James, bds R. Van Normun. 

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162 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY, 



Kelley Joliu, lab, res e s AV liter, bet Bristol and German Ooi 

oiiy Road. 8. A 

Kelbey Lewis, plasterer, res e s Cornelia, nr Freeland. 7. ui 
Keelen Annie, chamber girl Bancroft House. -^J 

Kelley Otis, lab, bds J. Hayes. 
Kelley Robert, setter J']aton, Potter & Co. 
Kelley Thomas, wks J. S. Stevens. " h^^. 

Kelly Augustus, carpenter, res e s Thayer, n of Randolph. 8iii 
Kelly Cornelius, setter Eaton & Potter's mill, res s s Centre,V 

bet Webster and Miller. 2. -.yi 

Kelly John, prop'r Clipper Saloon, 207 Lapeer, res same. 2Jm 
Kelly Joseph, ship carpenter, bds Mrs. H. McAuley. sMi^ 

Kelly Miss Lizzie, wks W. H. Presser. ?tv^- 

Kelray Edward, miller, bks Mrs. Maggie Herbert. '*■*%■ 

Kelsey Stephen R., engineer Sears & Holland, bds J. S. Smith/^ 
Kellogg George E., conductor "Washington street railroad, res 

n Miller, w "Washington. 2. .:t i, 

Kellogg Romandus, ship master, e s Washington, near Sag.i 

City & St. Clair R.R. 2. J,;' 

Kelov John, lab, res 4th, bet Kirk and Norman. 2. ■■■if^\ 

Kemp Miss Jane, wks J. G. Owen. $ 

Interview the ''Bos.^" Clotliicrs, Little Jake & Co. 

Kempter John, lab, res s s Walnut, bet Hess and Smith, 9. 

Kemsley George, wks A. F. Bartlett & Co. • , , ,, 

Kemsley CJeor^je, bds G. Perkins. 

Kendidl Mrs. Mary A. (wid Henry Kendall), res cor 5th and 
Earwell. 

Kennedy , wks '"Enterprise" oftlce. t 

Kennedy James, grocery and provision store, e s ^lackiuaw, n 
Miller. : 

Kennedy John, lab, E. & P. M. R. R. ' -:!• 

Kennedy William, lab, res w s High, n German Colony Road. 

Kenney Barnard, lab, bds John Webster. 

Kenney Thomas, hotel and boarding house, Wash'n, bet Ger- 
man and William. 

Kenny Mrs. Hannah (wid Thomas Kenny), home with 
Thomas Kenny. 

Kenny James, lab, bds Thomas Kenny. 

Kenny James, minstrel, bds T. Kenny. 

Kenny John P., contractor, res 4th, bet Earwell and Norman. 2. 

Kenny Nicholas D., c:lk Estabrook & Saunders, s Washington, 
res 307 Jst. '6. 

Kenny Thomas, bricklayer, res 4th, bet ]\Iiller and Sears. 2. 

Kensler Enoch, lab, ix-s a s Janes, cor 4th. .'3. 



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Kent G. 15., painter, wks Burtt & Loomis, 

Kent William J., lab, bds David HutLley. 

Kenyon Abram, carpenter, res e s X., s of Janes, 2. 

Kcpke Mrs. Lottie, home v/ith Casper Simon. 

Keppler Ceorge, tailor, bds tStauber's Hotel. 

KerckliofT Henry, res s e cor lloyt and Welles. 4. 

Kerin Michael, carpenter, res e s 3d, bet Carroll and Miller. 5. 

Keris Daniel, lab, bds Lynch Hotel. 

Kerns James S., mason, res e s AVebster, cor Elm ; moves to 
s 8 Emerson, bet Park and Webster. 3. 

Kerr James, wks gas works, res n s Emerson, bet Maple and 
Warren. 4. 

Kerr, see Keers. 

Kerns Joseph, mason, res 7th, bet Miller and Sears. 

Kerr Jilathew, bds with Samuel Jones. 

Kesic John, lab, res e s 11th, bet Wadsword and Fitzhugh. 5. 

Kesslar Joseph, filer, wks Jesse Hoyt. 

Kessler Julius, saw-filer, res cor Rockwell and Tuscola. 4. 

Ketcham & Co., gas light, office AYash'n, bet Genesee and Tus- 
cola. 

Ketcham G. A., brakeman E. & P. M. II. R., bds C. E. Brown. 2. 

Koch & €o., Cicucsec 8t., oppoNito ISanerof't House. 

Ketcham Levi, cooper, bds G. Eaton. 

Ketcham Frank, brakeman F. & P. M. R. R., bds Averill 
House. 

Ketcham John F., bds C. E. Brown. 

Keys Hughey, landlord Welcome Home. 

Keys William, wks Feige Bros. 

Kieule Christ, butcher, shop n s Lapeer, bds Mrs. Smith. 

Kiff Francis, carpenter, bds A. J. Partridge. 

Killine John, bds D. Forrest. 

Killkenny Patrick, painter, res cor Genesee and Jefferson. 3. 

Killinger Frederick, carpenter, res w s Rockwell, bet Fitz- 
hugh. 7. 

Kilmer Minnie, hpme A. K. Comins. 

Kilmer Reamond, lab, res n s town line, w Jefferson. 8. 

Kilmer Miss Minnie, wks H. M. Younians. 

Kimball Ellen, bds G. C. Warner, s w cor Thompson and 
Washington. 

Kimball George C, Supt. F. & P. M. R. R., res e s Water, cor 
Fitzhugh. 6. 

Kimball Henry, lab, wks Jesse Hoyt, bds Daniel Cummings. 

Kimberley Robert (editor Free Press), res ws Park, bet Mil- 
lard and Thompson. 3. 



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Kimier Jiinies, lab, res cor Gth and Tuscola. 

King Miss Delia, elk Slessinger, bds II. D. Bruce. 

Kinnon Nicholas, sailor, bds U. Vannorman. 

King Augustus, lab, res s s lless, bet Little and Miller. 

King Charles, wks W. L. AVebber. 

King Delia, sales lady, wks iloffinan & Co. 

King George W., grocer, res 4tli, bet Kirk and Sears. 2. 

King ilames, wks J. y. Stevens, bds Alonzo Ostrander. ^ M, 

King James, lab, bds Martin Manion. V^ 

King John, broom maker, works P. Stork. :,. M 

King Miss Julia, bds Jlrs. C. Jierson. -Ill 

King Lawrence, lab, res s s lless, bet Little and Miller. 4. 

King Lyman L., carpenter, res n s town line, bet Washingtoii 

and Jefferson. 3. 
King Mrs. Sarah, wid, res e s AVelles, bet Emerson and Mason. 6. 
King Thomas, lab, bds Henry Neagely. 
King William, elk and bds K. Vannorman. jA:_ 



Keoming Adolphus, carpenter, wks V. & P. M. depot. M 
King Louis, lumber inspector, res u w cor Carroll and 3d. * fiJI^ 
Kingsberry George, bds Garvin ITouse. J 

Kiugsberry Nelson, teamster, bds Scanlan House. ;>''^ 

I>utruiiizc Ihe "lioss" Clothiers, IJUIo .lake & Co. 

Kinney , cooper, bds 501 Carroll. 

Kinney Peter W., millwright, res w s Franklin, bet Fitzhugh. 

and Carroll. G. 
Kiijfmueller JMathias, prop'r Kipi'mueller Ilotel, cor Webster 

and Genesee. 2. 
KIKCHENWITZ WILLIAM, groceries and provisions, 

Avines and liquors, n s Janes, bet 9tli and st east, res 

same. 8. 
Kirchner Michael, lab, bds Stauber's Ilotel. 
Kirclieuwitz William, dealer in groceries and provisions, Janes, 

bet 10th and 11th. 9. 
Kirbey Addison li., saw-maker and repairer, res s e cor Emer- 
son and Jefferson. 4. 
Kirby Austin E., elk AVilkin & Mack, res Webster, bet Cherry 

and Chesnut. o. 
Kirby Eugene A., elk Wilkin & JEack, bds A. ^L Kirby. 
Kirnie AVilliam, cooper, bds Mrs. Maggie Herbert. 
Kirwin William C, harness-maker, wks 11. Yeaton & Co. 
Kistenmacher Thomas, lab, res e s Lincoln, n AValnut. 
Kitchen Samuel, y)hysician, ollice 20:i Genesee, res Genesee, befc. 

Cherry and Walnut. 2. 
Klaebcl Jose})!!, barlicr, l'\ K. Nies, bds same. 



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Klcemann Louis, barber, A. Haerner, bds Farmer's Hotel. 

Kleemaiin Micbae], barber, A. Haerner, bds Farmers' Hotel. 

KIcmau Lewis, musician, bds Bobme & Miller. 

Klcniau Markel, barber, bds Bohme & Miller. 
h f Klemcrson Otto, lab, bds Scandinavian Boarding House. 

Klein Jacob, bds C Wonks. 

Klein Frederick, porter Morley Bros. 

Kline Jolin, tinsmitb, Morley Bros. 

Kipfel H., paper-banger, res Clay, bet Lapeer and Tuscola. 5. 

Klub Nicbolas, lab, res ICOO Genesee. G. 

Klumpp, Miss Carrie, elk and bds Wm. Krekow. 
, I Klump]) Miss Lena, wks W. L.Webber. 
1 1 Knapp Miss Delia A., lives with R. F. McKnight. 

KNAPP EDGAll 11., physician (h), office w s Wash'n ave., 
sof Centre, res s s Charles, cor Miller. 2. 

Knapp Gottlieb, cigar manut'r, res AVilliam, bet Clay and 
Blackwell. 5. 

Knaebel Joseph, barber, bds Frank Niese. 

Kneabe Mety, lab, res s s Millard, bet Genesee and Webster. 6. 

Knickerbocker AVesley, foreman Sciirs & Holland's salt blk, 
res Water. 

Special I>e|»urliiieiit for ICoyN' Clotliiiig; at Mocli & Co'if. 

Knight Jacob, ship carpenter, res n Gallagher, bet Jefferson 
and Washington. 

Knii)pcl Charles, book-keeper, S. Barclay, bds parents, cor 
Janes and Lincoln. 

Knippel Charles, retired farmer, res n s Janes, cor Lincoln. 3. 

Kni])pel John, lab, res e s Lincoln, bet Cherry and Walnut. 2. 

Knolcr Frederick, carpenter, res Franklin, bet Hoyt and 
Thompson. 5. 

Knopland John, peddler, lives with Frederick Ziagner. 

Knoster George A., lab, res e s 14th, bet Janes and Lapeer. 7. 

Knowles Weston 0., painter, res over 128 s Washington. 3. 

Knothe Charles, brass finisher, bds Mary Ward. 

Knoth Charles F., mechanic, works F. & P. M. depot. 

Koch Christ, blacksmith, shop cor Lapeer and RockwelI,res 4th. 

Koch Herman (M. & H. Koch & Co.), res Jefferson, bet Ger- 
man and William. 3. 

KOCIl M. & H. & CO. (Herman and Moses Koch and 
Isaac Levi), clothiers and merchant tailors, 117 Genesee. 
See center lines. 

Koch John, lab, works Jesse Hoyt. 

Koch Louis, res e s Douglas bet Ciherry and Walnut. 3. 

Koch Muses (M. & jr. Koch .St Co.). IhIb II. Koch. 



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Koclihottan Fred, mason, res 10th, bet German and Lapeer. 8. 
Koclika Joseph J., lab, res s s "Wadsworth, bet Gth and 7th. 4, 
Kochler Charles, lab, works Jesse Ilojt. 'ii- 

Koehlcr Emanuel, bds Excelsior House. "I^ 

KOEHLER FRANCIS, Excelsior House, res Water, bet: 

Atwater and Bristol. .'}. 
Koehler Frederick A., blacksmith, res 214 Cass, bet Johnson 

and Tuscola. 7. ^ 

Koehler Leopold, lab, res s e cor German Colony Road and 

Maple. 7. 
Koeppen "William, barber P. Ileller, bds same. ■-<*■' 

KOEPPLINGER JOHN, grocer, and dealer in wines and' 

liquors, n w cor Iloyt and Genesee, res same. 7. 
Kolloff Fritz, porter Everett House. • lit 

Kollmorgen Helen, lives Frederick Koehler. 
Kolloff Miss Lavina, cook Everett House. •**»/ 

Konig Adolph, carpenter, res n s Lai)eer, bet 11th and 12th. 7. 
Kooney Edward, lab, bds Daniel Hooley. ; ■ <*■ 

Korn, Emma, wks John Boyton. KW' 

Kosinka Fred., tailor, res 5th, bet German and Lapeer. 5. ''w 
Kousterer Benjamin, lab, bds George A. Kousterer. '"*" 

Lilttic Juke & €o. Undersell Evcrybod}-. 

Kousterer George A., res No 318 s Lapeer, bet 8th and 9th. 5. 

Kousterer Mathias, lab, res No 218 s s Lapeer, bet 8tii- and 
9th. 2. ' '"' 

Krober Louis, carjx^nter, F. & P. ^l'. R. R. depot. 

Kramer August, sawyer, res w s Webster, bet Carroll and 
Fitzhugh. 5. 

Kramier Chas., lab, res cor 11th and Wadsworth. G. 

Kramer Xarer, lab, res 752 Lincoln. 5. 

Kramer Theodore, lab, res s w cor Gth and Carroll. 2. 

Kraimer William, lab, bds cor Franklin and German. 

Krause Miss A., sales lady, ]\Irs. E. G. Hammond. 

Krause David M., elk M. G. Smith's billiard hall, Everett 
House block, Genesee. 

Krause David W., bar-tender, Everett House. 

Krause Edward, gardener, res 210 w s Gth, bet Janes and Ger- 
man. 3. 

Krause Francis, retired merchant, res 707 Janes. 10. 

Krausse Herman, barber, shop over 421 Genesee, res e s 3d, 
bet German and Lapeer. 

Krauso Paul, dealer in groceries, cor 4th and Lapeer. 5. 

Krause William, carpenter, res e s Lincoln, bet Cherry and 
Janes. 4. 



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Krierdcii George, cooper, lives with Frederick Rump. 
Krobs Otto, cigar munulacturer, 117 Lapeer, res same. 2. 
Kri'ger Christian, lab, res n e cor Lincoln and Cherry. 3. 
fr'M-'" Kreis Lewis, machinist, res 805 Water. 2. 

KUEKOW & miONNER (Emil Krekow, Eeinard Brenner), 

grocers, cor Lapeer, Jefferson and Genesee. See advt. 
Krekow Emil (Krekow and Bronner), bds iinseltled. 
Krckow WilUam, bakery, etc., 107 La[)eer, res same. 

Krekrow , grocer, bds Jeremiah. B. Kelhim. 

Kremer Edmund, cigar manufr and saloon, h \v cor Genesee 

and Chesnut, res same. 7. 
Krcnier John, elk A. Eymer, bds Gus Kremer, 
Krenkell Miss Frank^ singer, bds Mrs C. S. Dietz. 
Kreuzberger Charles, lab, res 1209 Webster, nr McOoskry. 8. 
Kres John, carpenter, res u w cor 9th and Wadsworth. 7. 
Kribs John, blacksmith, res 7th, bet Miller and Sears. 3. 
Kremer John, elk, and bds A. Eymer. 
Kroal John, lab, wks Jesse Iloyt. 
Kroeber Miss Anna, milliner for Mrs. Bloeden, bds Fred 

Kroeber. 
Krohn Charles, lab, res cor Carroll and Rockwell. G. 

Truiikti* for Ludics uiid dicnflenirii ut Koch & Co'm. 

Krohn Fred, lab, res Rockwell, bet Lapeer and Tuscola. 4. 

Kroll Henry, clerk W. Barrie. 

Kroll John, lab, res 115 e s 4th, bet German and Lapeer. 7. 

Krosa Chas., lab, res e s 8th, bet AVadsworth and Johnson. 2. 

Krueber Regina, wks Wm. Krekow. 

Ktsah William, wiper, round house F. &. P. M. R. R. 

Kubecks Frank, wks C. & E. Ten Eyck. 

Kitchen Sam., physician, office 302 Genesee, res Genesee, bet 
Cherry and Ciiestnut. 8. 

Kuck Henry, raolder, res o s 3d, e Walnut. 2. 

Kufahl Miss Dora, works J. F. Frey. 

Kull William, barber, bds Tremont House. 

Kumzelmann Gustave, res e s Warren, bet Johnson and Tus- 
cola. G. 

Kundinger Miss Elizabeth, wks Stauber's Hotel. 

Kunz Peter, wks Feige Bros., res u s Merrill, bet park and — . 3. 

Kuratzer Andrew, res n b Tuscala, bet 8th and 9t]i. 

Kutcher Nachey, lab, res s e cor AVadsworth and X. 3. 

Kurtz George, minstrel, bds Stauber's Hotel. 2. 



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Labarge Andrew, watchman A. F. Bartlett & Co.'s foundrj. ji? 

res e s Water, bet Emerson and Mason. 2. % 

Labrack Joseph, wks Sears & Holland, res e s Water, bet 

AtTvater and Bristol. 10. 
Labrake S., wks Sears & Holland. , ?i 

LaClair Philip, lab, res e s 2d, bet German and Janes. 9. -'[i 
LaClair Thomas, cabinet-maker, res w 3 1st, bet Cherry audi 

AValnut. G. «;; 

Lacy Solon, res 737 Emerson. 3. • -A 

Laedel John, home J. Dietriech. 

(Laesch John, lab, res e s Lincoln, bet Janes and Walnut. 4. 
Laesch William, school teacher, res e s Lincoln, bet Janes and 

AValnut. 3. 
LaForge John, lab, bds A. Picard. ' 

LaFouutain Louis, barber, Peter Heller, res cor 4th and Fitz- 

liugh. 
LaQee John, molder, bds W. Smith. ' ^^ 

Lahai Louis, lab, bds Joseph Aslin. •* 

Lahr Miss liosa, wks C. E. Spencer. 

One Price to all at Little Jaice &, Co's. 

Lain Jiliss Maggie, wks E. S. Xewton. 

Laing John, carpenter, res se cor Chesnut and Park. 5. • 

Laing John H., elk J. li. Livingston, bds J. Laing, cor Chest- 
nut and Park. ' 

Laing Jjewis, printer, works Enterprise oirlce, res cor Clay and 
Johnson. 

La Low John, carpenter, res s e cor Mason and Bay. G. 

Lalond Miss Jose])liine, works A. S. Taggett. 

Lamb Thomas, lab, bds Scanhin House. 

Lamb William, lab, bds Garvin House. 

Lamb Willis, lab, res n s Hess, e of Lytle. G. 

Lamond Felix, lab, bds ^Montreal House. 

Lament Daniel W., machinist, res 1210 Jefferson. 2. 

Lamont Hugh, carpenter, res us Millard, bet Franklin and 
AVashington. 3. 

Lampman George, lab, bds Tremont House. 

Land Office F. & P. M. R. R., Washington, bet cor Johnson 
and Washington. 

Lamson Mrs. Caroline M. (wid), bds T. B. Creswell, res Man- 
chester, Mich. 2. 

Landon John, fireman,. F. & P. M. R. R., bds W. H. Race. 

Land John, bda J. Rail is. 



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Ijjnd Thomas, bds J. Eallis. 

liamlis William, foreman on P. & P. M. R. R., res 8 s William, 

bet Jefferson and Warren. 3. 
Lane Cluirlos C, res e s Cass, bet Ilayden and Millard. 4. 
Luue George M., boatman, res w s Webster, bet Chesnut and 

Cherry. 2. 
Lane Joseph, barber, G. W. Dawson, bds Mrs. Wilson, cor 

German and Franklin. 
Lane Miss Mary, home with Jacob L. Wilson. 
Lane Myron L., painter, rose s 6th, bet Johnson and Tuscola. 3. 
Liine Noah, barber, shop 124 sWathington. 
Lang John, blacksmith, "vvks Baker & Bro. 
Lang Louis S., printer, res 824 cor Johnson & Clay. 2. 
Lang Robert C, wks "Enterprise" office. 
Lang William, varnisher, res e s 3d, o of Walnut. 4. 
Lunganan Frederick, lumber inspector, Avks Jesse Iloyt. 
Lange Gottleib, billiard saloon, 409 Genesee, res 3d, bet Lapeer 

and Tuscola. 3. 
Lange Paul, bar-tender G. Long, bds same, 3d, n of Lapeer. 
Lange Rodolph. manuf'r cane chairs and willow baskets, res n 

s Walnut, cor Lincoln. 



(Ncutlciiicn'i^ Oiitfit!^ tit M. & II. Ko<>Ii & Co's. 

Lange Theodore, lab, res "W s 8th, bet Johnson and Webster. 4. 

Langermau Frederick, res w s 4th, bet Johnson and Tuscola. 9. 

[jange William, shoeuiaki'i", res w s 2(1, s of Chestnut. 8. 

Lauglnvy lioherl, ornanienlal phisterer, res e s ]\laple, cor 
Pmerson, G. 

Langluss Charles, dealer in real estate, res 1006 Webster. 6. 

Lankey 0., wks Sears & Holland. 

Lanktree Thomas J., carpenter, res n s McCoskry, bet Frank- 
lin and Cass. 3. 

Langley Minnie, works Bancroft House. 

Lanner Geo., res and grocery cor 6th and Johnson. 2. 

Lapham Zachariah, ship owner, res n e cor Emerson and 
Xi^ Bates. 4. ^ 

Lapoint Joseph, carpenter, res 6th, bet Kirk and Sears. 1. 

Lapointe Peter, calker, bds J. Riddel). 

Laprairie Leauder, lab, res e s Wash'n ave, s of Sag. & St. 
Clair R. R. 5. 

Lara bee Bros., rooms Hovey blk, Tuscola, room 30. 

Laravier Paul, ship carpenter, bds ^Mrs. ]L McAuley. 

Larimer AVright, carpenter, Depew liros., bds Oscar llull. 

Larke Aloes, harness maker, res 214 e s 4th, bet Johnson and 
Tuscola. 5. 



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Larkins Michael, lab, bds Fanner's Ilome. 
Laming George, lab, res w s Little, s of Nimons. 4. ■■' C 

Larocque Charles, lab, bds A. Picard. i 

Laroix Elzeard, lab, bds Joseph Parquette. u p, 

Larschan Louis, bds Excelsior House. ^^.^ 

Lasch Charles, carpenter, res 7;20 Lincoln, cor Cherry. 6. -j ^•, 
Lasha F., Avks Scars & llolhmd. ,'^% 

Lasseter Henry, boiler maker, res u s Elm, near Maple. 3. -'^ 
Lat John, lab, res 5th, bet English and Norman. iuM 

Latham Charles AV., police, res ^filler, bet 3d and 4th. 3. *%K 
Lathrop George A., physician, otlice Genesee, bet Franklin'?' 

and Wash'n,resc s JelFersou, betFitzhugh and Carroll. 4. 
Lathrop Miss May, dress-maker, wks Mrs. Julia A. Bare. 
Laton Stewart, carpenter, "wks and bds J. li. Overton. .i; 

Latta William, inspector, wks Jesse Iloyt. .yty 

Latta William, lab, bds Daniel Cummings. .^.tm 

Laundra Louis, carpenter, shop F. & P. M. R. R. hl^ 

Laudrie David, lab, bds Joseph Aslin. \f^|f 

Laundry Louis L., res Watrousville plank. ;■- 

La Yeigne George, ])olice, res s town line, bet Jefferson and 

AVashington. 7. 

Largest §tock in tiac State at Uttic Jake's. 



Lawey William, shoemaker, Avks Joseph Cormick. 

Lawis ]\Lss Annie, homo with I\Irs. Emma Cadotte. 

fjawrence Edward F. (J. M. Ballentino & Co.), res Chicago, 111! 

Lawrence Frank, elk, W. R. Hurt, res w s Jeflerson, bet Rem- 
ington and Germany Colony road, will move to new 
house on Genesee, near J. Derby's. 2. 

Lawrence Louis, wks Joseph Berch. 

Lawrence Josejih, res s s Johnson, bet 10th and 12th. 5. 

Layden Michael, lab, bds A. Dunlap. 

Layng ]\Iiss ]\[ary, wks Alex. English. 

Layschwarger, Henry, lab, wks Feige Bros. 

Labrake, A., wks Sears & Holland. 

Leach Peter, lab, res 203 Cass, cor Tuscola. 4. 

Leadbetter John R., lumber inspector, res 1003 Wash'n. 3. 

Leanhardt Christopher, brewer, res w s Rockwell, bet Carroll 
and Fitzhugh. U. 

Leasia Francis, riverman, res s s n Miller, bet Mackinaw and 
Washington. 5. 

Leasia John B., res s of town line, bet Jeffn and Wash'n. G. 

Leaiuu Chas. W.,att'y, i-es s w cor Hoyt and AVarren. 

Leavan J'atrick, lab, bds Farmers' Home. 

Ix'brash Daniel, foreman, bdsTliomas Kenny. 



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EAST SAQINAAV DIUECTORY. 171 

LeCIair Eli, prop'r E. L. 0. Saloon, e s Milior, sof Niinons. 2. 
IjCcIvs Frederick L., elk A. Eymer, res cor German and Gth. 
liCcks Eredorick, carpenter, live Mrs. C. Molco. 3. 
LeClair Thomas, carver P. llang, res Genesee, nr Feige's factory. 
Leeks William, saloon-keeper, res s s German, bet 5th and 

Gth. 4. 
Ledlie Gilbert W., auditor and gen'l ticket agtF. & P. M.R. R., 

oQice e s Wasli'n, cor Carroll, res same. 2. 
Ledllne ]\Iis3 Rickie, home John LEowell. 
Ledyard Geortje R., elk and bds A. F. Dixon & Co. 
Ledyard & Swinerton (\V. E. and D. E,), produce and com- 
mission merchants, office e s Jefferson, bet Genesee and 

Tuscola. 
Ledyard William E. (Ledyard & Swinerfcon), res n e cor Maple 

and Thompson. 3. 
Lee Charles, lumber manuf r, mill Water, res n e cor Iloyt 

and AVater, mill w s AYater, bet lloyt and Thompson. 10. 
Lee Charles W., conductor, res e s Warren, bet Johnson and 

Fitzhngh. 3. 
Lee John B. (Morley Bros.), stoves and tinware dept, res 615- 

n Jeff' n, bet Astor and Miller. 4. 

Workiii{,'iiicii'(4 OutlltM at M. &. II. Kocli & €oN. 

Lee Mrs. Laura L. (wid), lives G. W. Peck. 

Lee Robert T., sawyer ship-yard, res e s Maple, bet McCos- 
kry and ^lartha. o. 

Leo AV. AV., surveyor, bds Tuscola House. 

Leek AVilliam G., teamster, res s s Ehn, bet AVebster and AVar- 
ren. 5. 

Legautt Gasper, riverman, res s s Mott, bet Park and Webster. 

Lehmann Paul, elk, Morloy & Bros., res 3rd, bet Lapeer and 
Tuscola. 

Leinbeger Joseph, lab, res n s Johnson, bet 8th and 9th. 2. 

Leisbali Joseph, lab, ros c s Lincoln, n of AValnut. 5. 

Jjeisch Frederick, porter, Derby iSt Co. 

Leisch Uenry, portej-, Derby & Co. 

Leitecom John, lab, res e s 4th, bet German and Janes. 3, 

Leitz Joseph, wks Frank I. Curtis. 

Lclan Oliver, lives with Joseph L. A\''atts. 

Leland Lewis, carpenter, bds J. Gunnell. 

Lemai Joseph, lab, bds Joseph Panjuette. 

Leman Abraham, confectioner, s e cor German and Rock- 
well. 2. 

Lemon Charles S., bar-tender, res No. 108 4th, bet Lapeer and 
Tuscola. 2. 



173 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 

Lemon Samuel, carpenter, bds Jeremiah B. Kellam. .)• .41 

Lemon Miss Sarah, liome with Jolin Qnelch. ^:,fi 

Leuard Michael, lab, bds Martin Manion. .-.n^ 

Lendlo Joseph, cigar-maker, res e s 2d, bet Chesnut and Wal-l 

nut. 5. 
Livingston Miss Mary (wid Arthur), res n s Wadsworth, Dr' 

K. R. 2. i 

Lenheim L. S. & Co. (L. S. Lenheim and N. L. S. Lenheim), 

boots and shoes, 211 Genesee. 
Lenihen Miss Alary, Avks S. Avery. ;ij 

Lenihau Patrick, carpenter, res e s Welles, s Brady. 2. ;' ;« 

Lenheim Nathan S., boot and shoe dealer, res e s Warren, bet I 

Ilayden and William. 5. ^ 

Lennard Frederick, hib, bds Thomas Kenny. |.ia| 

Lennon Miss Maggie, storeroom girl Bancroft House. M 

Lennard William, lab, bds Thomas Kenny. ''€ 

Lennon Michael, salt manul'r, bds Thomas Kenny. ,.& 

Lense Joseph, carpenter, res e s Genesee, s of Aniiesly. 7. ...g-^S 
Lenox John, shoemaker,resKock\vell,bet Miller and Potter. i^V 
Leuton Geo., captain, res n s Carroll, bet 5th and Gth. 4. 
Lenuph Christian, l ab, res w s 7th, bet Johnson and Tuscola. 7 j* 

X<i> ISuiiteriii;; at ^Little Jakc'i^. f 



Leonard Elijah, lab, res w s Welles, s Emerson. 3. 
Leonard George C, auctioneer, bds American House. 
Leonard Julius, bds J. Vallet. 

Leonard doscj)!!, cooiu'r, res s e cor Carroll and 0th. 8. 
Jiepeii Aliivd, sau'yer, IJust's mill, res e s Miller, s Centre. 3. 
Leppiu Joseph, lab, res e s ]\Iumford, bet Waliuitand Cherry. 4. 
Lepp Peter, barber, res e s 4th, bet German and Lapeer. 3. 
Lerickhoma Joseph, lab, res w s Gth, bet Carroll and Fitz- 

hugh. 4. 
Leroy Charles, saloon keeper, res s e Astor, cor Astor and 

AVarren. 5. 
Leroy David B., Eastern Hotel, cor Potter and ad. 7. 
Leroy James, wks James I. Robinson. 
Leroy Milton, wagon maker, res e s ]\[aple, bet Iloyt and 

Thompson. 4. 
Lester William, drayman, res 222 s s Walnut, bet Hess and 

Smith. 7. 
Leushner Otto, elk, savings bank, bds Mrs. C. A. Dictz. 

Lovecque , lab, bds A. Picard. 

Levi. Isaac (M. & 11. Koch & Co.), bds JL Koch. 

Leuce William, teamster, wks Feige & Bros. 

Lewis David, blacksmith, wks with AVallace Marian. 



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f^uis Edward, carpenter, bds Marten Borland. 

Ix-'wis David T., veterinary surgeon, bds 501 Carroll. 

Ixjwis Frank, painter, bds J. Kerreter. 

Lewis George, jobber, res w s Iligb, n of German Colony 
road. 7. 

Lewis Harris, bolter, J. S. Stevens. 

Ix'wis James, builder, res s w cor Iloyt and Washington. 4. 

liCwis John, wks G. Lewis. 

Lewis Seymour A., elk, John Lyons, 

Lcwion Hugh, teamster, res cor Kirk and 3d. 3. 

Lewlatfontain Lewis, barber, res n e cor Fitzhugh and 4tli. 2. 

Lewless William J., lab, res e s Jefferson, bet Brady and 
Mason. 4. 

Lex Joseph, wks Feige Bros. 

Leyerer George, elk, A. A. Dunk, bds parents. 

Libscomb Samuel, ship carpenter, bds Sirs. 11. McAuley. 

Liberence Charles, lab, res e s Lincoln, n Walnut. 3. 

Liebenthal Albert (Liebenthal & Boutall), bds Everett House. 
I' Liebenthal & Boutall (Albert L. and Frank T.), shirt manu- 

facturers, e s Franklin, rear of Little Jake's. 

Lightcap AV. IL, lab, bds Averill House. 

The Orcat Popular Clotliitig llou^ic of Koi'Ii &. Co. 

Light James G., lab, res e s Jefferson, bet Mason and Brady. 3. 

Lighthall David, lab, bds Mathew Borland. 

Lighthall (leorge, brakenuxn F. & P. ^l. T\. ]{., bds Mathew 
Jiorland. 

Lighthall Isaac, lab, bds Mathew Borland. 

Linabury Scoy, carpenter, res e s Warren, bet Fitzhugh and 
Johnson. 4. 

Lincoln & AVingrove (George V.Lincoln, Omar W.Wingrove), 
intelligence and real estate office, n e cor Lapeer and Jef- 
ferson. 

Lincoln George, wks E. S. Manuf. Co. 

Lincoln George, bds Kev. D. Casler. 

Lincoln Thomas, clerk, and bds M. S. Downing. 

Lind Mrs. Ellen, lives Allen F. Pierson. 

Lindau Joseph, cigar maker E. Kremer, res 2d. 

Linderplatt Andrew, lab, bds Farmers' Home. 

Lindsay Richard F.. book-keeiier J. Tuthill, bds John llaz- 
zard. 

Linton Albert, filer, res town line, bet Washington and Sagi- 
naw City & St. Clair P. P. 2. 

Linton Aaron, lumberman, res s s Douglass, bet Wash'n and 
J>Iackiuaw. 1. 



174 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTOKY. 

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Livingston Archibald A., gardener, res s s Tuscola, bet 8th uud -S 
9 til. 2. "'f 

Lisher J., wks Sears & Holland. , jl 

Lisk Iviehard, lab, bds David lluttley. . ;-» 

List Miss Elizabetb, home Avith IFeiiry Nacgcly. -m 

Litchtiekl James (aged), lives A. 13. Hathaway. ,C^^ 

Litner Joiin, lab, res av s 5th, bet Johnson and Tuscola. 4. f 
LITTLE JAKE & CO. (Jacob Seligmau and Frank Rosa- - 
man), merchant tailors, clothiers, and gents' furnishing 
goods, 30,'} Genesee. See center lines. 
Little Matthew, captain steamer "Princess," res s e cor Emer- 
son and Water. 3. 
Little William N. L., drug elk, res cor Jeff'n and William. 
Little William S., lab, res av s Wash'n, s of Douglass. 4. 
Little William, bds A. Dixon. 
Little Wilson, lab, bds D. Hopkins. 

Littlefield Mrs. Maria (wid Christopher Littlefield), res u Wash- 
ington. 2. 
Lituhan Christ, res vf s Gth, bet Johnson and Tuscola. 6. 

Livermore Seymour, carpenter, res e s Miller, s of Centre. 2. ''f, 


Little Jake & Co., "Boss" Clothiers of the State. j 

LIVERMORE ALFRED S., grocer, e s Mackinaw, next 

door n of postoflice. ^ 

Livermore Samuel (aged), res e s Genesee, bet Hoy t and . 8. , -| 

Livingston Archibald, coachman Wm. Coats. /^^ 

Livingston JMiss Catherine, homcAvith Jobn Patterson. 'w 

Livingston Elizabeth, home Avith George W. King. 
Livingston James P., dry goods, 102 cor Genesee and Water, 

res 220 s Jeff'n. 2. 
Lloyd Charles, lab, bds C. C. Parke. 
Lloyd Charles E., blacksmith A. Hobson, res Wash'n. 
Lochead AYilliam, blacksmith, bds Garvin House. 
Lochstader Mrs Mary (wid Henry), grocer, res n s Carroll, bet 

4th and 5th. 5. 
Locke Joseph, carpenter, res s s Williams, bet Little and 

MackiujiAV. 2. 
Locke Thomas, riverman, res \r s Little, bet Main and Hess. 3 
Locking Henry, lab, res s s Johnson, nr II. li. 4. 
Lockley George, gen'l insurance agent, also postmaster ; office 

over 109 Genesee, res s s Thompson, bet Maple and Wells. 5. 

Lockwood , bds C. Doughty. 

Lockwood John P., mechanic, Avks F. & P. M. depot. 
Loder Philip P., driver Derby & Co., bds L. B. Hill. 2. 
Loehr Mrs. Francis (Avid), res 21G e s 4tli, bet Johnson and 

Tuscola. 4. 



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^ EAST BAGIXAW DIRECTOllY. 175 

L(K'ns\va<;er Fred., tailor, res e s 3i], bet Janes and German. 5. 

liOewenlamni Emil, clerk C. L. OrUnan, bds E. Bloedon. 

Loiisbiiry George-, cooper, bds Valentine House. 

Londergan Peter, lab, bds ]\Iartin Manion. 

[joney Miss Annie, Avks James Donnely. 

Long I\Iiss Barbary, wks E. Eddy. 
f; Long Eugene, clerk Ilobin Jones. 

h Long j\Iiss Flora, borne witli Kobin Jones. 

Long CJeorge, bib, bds David Iluttley. 

Long G. "W"., sawyer, Avorks Jesse lloyt. 

Longtin Toussaint, bib, bds A. Picard. 
\^; ^ Longton Mrs. Catbarine (wid), bds J. itiller. 
'♦' Lonsberry Miss Margaret, dressmaker, bds "W. 11. Man. 

Lonsberry Miss Florence, wks AV. H. Man. 

Loomis Koyal II., painter, res cor Iloyt and Park. 5. 

Lorad Louis, bib, res e s 4tb, bet Fitzbugb and Carroll. 5. 

Lott Manson, bds W. Ackley. 
Y>i Letter Adam, lab, bds Farmer's Home. 

I.:' J Loucks George II., lab, res s s Sberman, bet Mackinaw and 
Saginaw & St. Clair IJ. It. 3. 

M. & IS. Koch &. Co. arc the CJrcat Popular Clotliiers. 

Louden Fred, Jr., grocer, No. (iOl, n e cor Genesee and AVar- 
ren. 3. 

Louden Fred Sr., home witb Fred Louden, Jr. 

Louis Franke, painter, bds J. Nerreter. 

Lounsbery Clias. B., butcber, bds Clias. Straw, Washington st, 
bet Astor and Miller. 

Love liev. Wm. Dclos, pastor Congregational church, cor Hay- 
den and Jefferson, res w s AVebster, bet Cherry and Thomp- 
son. 4. 

Loveland William B., agt Domestic Sewing ^Machine Co., res 
I s w cor Hayden and Wash'n. 2. 

f J[ Loveland William J,, att'y, res s e cor Emerson and Welles. 2. 

Low George, plasterer, res High, n German Colony Iload. 4. 

Lowiskey Frederick, wks 0. AVenks. 

Lowitcke Oonrad, carpenter, res w s 1st, bet Annesly and 
Chesnnt. 3. 

Lowitzky Fritz, wks J. Derby's lime kiln, res Hess. 2. 

Lowrey Mrs. Minnie, manui r of fancy and dress goods, res 
e s 7th, bet Lapeer and Tuscola. 3. 

Lowry Albert IL, operator, bds C. II. Derlin. 

Lowrye G. AV. (col), yard boy Bancroft House. 

Lowry AVilliani, wks E. Saginaw ^fanuf'g Co. 

Lowry Win., wks and bds J. Cornick. 



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Lowry William II., cabinet-maker, res e s Wash'n, bet ^It^J-U 

den and William. 0. 
Loyd Cliarles, blacksmith, res AVashington, bet Johnson ancl^ 

Tuscola. 
Lucas Frank C, painter, bds J. J. Reamer. t|| 

Lucas William, boots and shoes, e s Mackinaw, n postoflice. 
Luck John, lab, res n s Gallagher, bet Jeff'n and Wash'u. &'^ 
Ludson Irving, bds J. Umans. 

Lnke David, miller, res e s Jeifn, bet T'nscola and Johnson, i^,. 
Luke Mrs. Mary (wid), e s AVebster, bet Rust and Centre. ^ 
Lull Augustus, teamster, res n s Ji^mersou, bet Maple and'' 

Warren. 'A. {'^ 

Lull Charles L., lumberman, otlice with J. S. Curtis & Co., ,# 

Beuna Vista blk, cor AVater and Genesee. ■ 1^ 

Lungdreu John, carpenter, F. & P. M. R. ]{. depot. '''^^ 

Lungreen John, carpenter, res 4th, bet Kirk and Norman. 
Jjunney John, lab, bds 11. M. Youman. 

Luray John, sawyer, res w s AVater, bet Brady and McCoskry. 4. '■ 
Lurvey John C, boots and shoes, junction Iloyt and Maple, .j| 

bds Jerome VanValkenburg. -^ 

Little Juke &, Co., '\Vi»)iicr Block. f 



Lusch John, bur-tender J. Fischer, bds same. 

Lush Frederick, lab, res 7th, bet Kirk and Norman. 8. 

Lntnonn Henry, hib, res s s Wood worth, bet 8th and Vine.- 4. 

Luth Miss Sophia, home with Ezra G. Goddard. 

Lux Louis, ass't pastor St. JIary's Church, res e s AVebster, a 
AVilliam. 

Lnxter Richard, res cor AVarren and Tuscola. 4. 

Lj'cet Patrick, bar-tender. Lynch Hotel. 

Lyddv JMichael, tanner, res cor Norman and Cth. 5. 

Lydes T. K., clerk, J. W. Howry. 

Lynam Miss Catharine, wks Scanlan House. 

Lynani Edward, lab, res c s Thayer, n Gallaghar. 4. 

Lynch Edward, "Lynch Saloon,'' ess AVater, bds James 
Lynch. 

Lynch Elle^i, wks Lynch Hotel. 

Lynch Henry, biirtender, ]\L Mc(Juade, bds St. Nicholas Res- 
taurant. 

LYNCH JAMES, propr Lynch Hotel, s c cor German, 186 
AVater. 2. 

Lynch Norman, Bhi[) carpenter, bds J. S. Smith. 

Lyncii Thoniiis, lab, bds iiynch Hotel. 

Lynch AVilliam, lab, res \/ a Miller, 8 Rust. o. 

Lyon David, (ireman F. & 1'. M. R. R. 



K| %■ EAST SAGINAW DIUECTORY. 177 

' Lyon Wias A., dress-maker, Mrs. E, G. Hammond. 

Lyon Mrs. Jane (wid), res s s Main, e of Miller. 5. 

Lyon J. E,, rooms Ilovey blk, cor Tuscola and n Wash'n. 

Lyon John J., riverman, bds Mrs. Juno Lyon. 
^;: Lyon Joseph S., riverman, res s s Muir, e of Miller. 
\ ri> Lyon Lucian "W., riverman, bds Mrs. J. Lyon. 
' ' Lyon Lucius M., gardener, res East st, \v of Mackinaw, for- 
K-i; merly Little st, Battelle addition. G. 

[ % Lyons Catherine, wks E. Aikin. 
' l' Lyons E. "W"., foreman "Enterprise" office. 

Lyons Miss Jane, wks for "William Bissell. 

Lyons John, prop'r Lyons House, Potter st, opp F. & P. M. E. 
R. depot. 3. 

Lytle Cliarlos IL, lab, bds James 11. Johnson. 

Lytle Ira F., lab, bds James 11. Johnso». 

M. 

Mabely Charles, lab, res s s Johnson, bet Clay and Webster. 3. 
Mabry William, res av s Warren, bet Emerson and Elm. 7. 

M. & II. Kocli & Co., the Clolliicrs. 



Mabley AVilliam C, salesman Little Jake, res Johnson, bet 
Clay and AVebster. 3. 

Mabley Thomas, salesman Little Jake & Co., bds Everett House. 

McArthur Alexander, carpenter, bds J. J. Reamer. 

McCarthy Jeremiah, lab, bds Mathew Borland. 

McCauly Dennis, lab, bds Martin j\[anion. 

McCarthy John, blacksmith, bds John O'Gorman. 

McCall Mrs. Mary (wid Peter McCall), res 7th, bet Miller and 
Sears. 

^facCane William, watchman, res 3d, bet Kirk and Sears. 5. 

MacCleary Thompson, grocer and mdse, cor Potter and War- 
ren, res e s Astor, bet Rockwell and Warren. 4. 

MacCallum Miss Mnvy, sales-lady, Davis, Goldstone & Co. 

MacCleary Maggie, home with Thompson MacCleary. 

MacCort Hugh; lab, res Gth, bet Kirk and Sears. 4. 

MacCourt Barnabas, lab, res 0th, bet Miller and Sears. 3. 

MacGuire James, lab, res cor 3d and Miller. 5. 

^[cHall Michael, lab, res e a 5th, bet Johnson and Tuscola. 5. 

IMacIntyrc Dougal, justice of the peace, res e s Miller, s of 
Hess. 4. 

Afack ]\Iis3 Annie, propr AVillow Tree Saloon, ^09 Lapeer. 

Mack Mva. Catharine (wid), res w s Wash'n ave, 7th ward. 8. 

Mack James (Wilkins & iNlack), l>ds Bancroft ilouse. 
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178 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 



MacKesy John, yardman, F. & P. M. R. R. 
Mack Miss May, bds Susan Manning. 
MacLennan James, lab, bds Andrew Borden. 
MacMullan Miss Mary, home with David B. Leroy. 
MacNoah Peter M., contractor, res Warren, bet Astor and 

Potter. 2. 
MacNeight Nelson, lab, bds John Oanham. 
Macomler Alonzo, pliotographer, res No 316 Genesee. 2. 
Maddan William, lab, bds Abram F. Sharick. 
Maddigau John, lab, 8tb, bet east Astor and Miller. 4. 
]Mader Frederick, cooper, res Gth, bet Kirk and Norman. ] 
Madigau William, lab, res cor (Jth and Sears. 7. 
Maender Louis, bds Excelsior House. 
Mager William, ])aintor, bds Stauber's Hotel. 'i 

Maguire James W., book-keeper T. Ferguson, bds Jas. Maguirei'^ 
Maicr William G., potashery, 4:tli, bet Carl and Fitzhugii, res 

e s Genesee, bet Iloyt and Walnut. 7. 
Mailes George, lumber, bds Avith Henry Mailes. :M 

Mailes James & Charles, res c s AVebster, bet Elm and Emer-"^ 

son. i. •«( 

Mailes James, lumberman, bds with Henry Mailes. '^ 

Little Juke &. Co. UiKlersell Everybod}'. 

!^^ailes John, lumber, bds Henry ^Mailes. 

Mailes William, lumber, bds Henry Mailes. 

Mailhot Lewis, lab, bds Tremont House. 'u 

Main Miss Emma, wks Tuscola House. ■' 

Major George, sergeant police force, res No. 315 Jeflerson, bet 
German and AVilliam. 3. 

Mahar John, plasterer, res Mason, s Elm. 3. 

Mahear Patrick, engineer, res s s Hess, bet Little and Mack- 
inaw. 6. 

Maher Walter, carpenter, bds Hugh Leunon. 

Mahn Miss Amelia, wks Wni. Coats. 

Mahn Harmon, setter Warner & Eastman's saw-mill, res w s 
Water, foot of Emerson. 4. 

Mahanny William, head waiter Bancroft House. 

Mahoney Henry, mechanic, bds Marshall B. Spencer. 

Mahoney Mary A., wks Lynch Hotel. 

Malcolm Warren S., lumberman, res e s Franklin, cor Jeffer- 
son and Miller. C, 

Maletto Wnu H., salesnum Jiittlu Jake & Co., res Tuscola, hot 
i*'ranklin ami Washington. 

Mallish Charles, lireman F. & P. M. R. R., bds Mary A. Fournier. 

Mallett Miss Mary, wKk II. Turner. 



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EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 179 



Malletto William H., salesman Little Jake's, res 203 Tuscola. 3. 

Malone Annie, wks Bancroft Ilonse. 

^laloney Miss Delia, home Avith Albert Shwanecke. 

Malone John, lab, bds Thomas Kenney. 

Maloy Michael, rivermuu, res e end Mackinaw-st bridge, river 

bank. 2. 
Maloney Michael, Avell-borer, bds Valentine House. 
Maloy Thomas, engineer, bds Garvin House, 
^laney David, clerk billiard saloon, bds John Manery. 
Maney John, billiard saloon, res 3d, bet Miller and Potter. 4. 
MANION MAllTIN, Ilailroad Hotel, cor Potter and 3d. 4. 
^f anion William, elk and bds James Creen. 
^lanley Obe, mason, res Johnson, bet Lincoln and 11th. 3. 
^lann liurt, boomsman, 0. & E, TenEyck, bds Mrs. Elizabeth 

Mann. 
Mann Mrs. Elizabeth (wid Charles Mann), res n Wash'n, bet 

Kirk and Potter. 5. 
H. Mann Frederick G., tel opr, W. U. Tel. office, bds parents, 

Miller, bet Warren and Rockwell. 

BMann George A., lab, res Earwell, bet 1st and 2d. 1. 
_ Llann llarmen, sawyer, Warner & Eastman's mill. 

Lowest Prices at M. & II. Koeli & Co's. 

Mann Horace, mechanic, bds Mrs. Elizabeth Mann. 

Mann Harlow S., dentist, office over Little Jake's store, re$ 

Saginaw City, AVash'n. 5. 
Mann John, lab, bds I'reniont House. 
Mann John h\, lumberman, res Cass, cor Millard. 5. 
^lanu, liobt, messenger boy, AV. U. Tel. office, bds parents. 
Mann Thomas, bds Fred Mann. 
Manning George, barge owner, bds Everett House. 
Manning James, saloon, e s Cass, bet Genesee and Tuscola. 
^Manning Susan, Exchanrje Saloon, res Warren, bet Lapeer 

and Tuscola. 
Manning W. Howard, sign writer, res 323 Webster. 3. 
Mansell Edwin, bricklayer, bds Etna House. 
Mansfield Adelia, wks Sam Kitchen. 
Marcellus William, mechanic, wks F. & P. 'M. depot. 
Marcellus William, mechanic, bds Thomas W. Smith. 
!Marciells Miss Lizzy, home with Joiin W. I5aker. 
Llargan Arthur ]J., elk F. & P. M. K. \l., res n s Carroll, bet 

JelF'n and Franklin. 3. 
Margen Mattliias, ahoenuiker, res 221 0th, bet German and 

Janes. 7. 
"Marion Wallace, horse-shoor, bds 501 Carroll. 



180 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. ^ 

Market William, lab, res w s Webster, bet Johnson and Tub- ;^ 
cola. M 

Markey T. W., carpenter, res Rockwell. 4. •■f* '-. 

Markey AYilliam T. (Winn & Markey), builder, res w s Rock- vj 
well, bet Carroll and Fitzbugh. 4. \': 

Mark&Fleitz (Jolin Mark and John P. Fleitz), lumber and .,j 
pine land dealers, office over 211 n Water. ;^ ^ 

Mark Isar.c, lab, res s w cor Hartsnff and 1st. 3. ',' 

Mark John, bds Bancroft House. '•; 

Mark Tliomas, foreman, bds Stauber's Hotel. 

Marks August, mechanic, shop F. &, P. M. R. R. 

^Marks Charles, salesman Goldsmith Bros,, bds II. Marks. 

Marks Henry, poundmaster, res n s Millard, n end Park. 5. 

Marks Jobn, yardman F. &V.U. R. R. 

Marr AV. II., land-looker, res n e cor Emerson and Welles. 3. 

Marsh Byron, wks Mrs. Isaac Russell. 

Marsh Edward W., lab, res 1138 Webster. 2. 

Marsh Ezra, lab, res 3d, bet Farwell and Norman. 

IMarsh I^Irs. Eunice, wid, res s 8 Gallagher, ^v of Lytle. 

Marsh Eugene A., salt boiler, bds mother, Mrs. E. Marsh. 

Marsh Mrs. Maria, wks T. F. Greggs. 

One Price to all at IJttle Jake & Co's. 



Marsh ]\[is3 Maria, home with James R. Livingston. 

Marsh I\Irs. Phebe, wid Samuel D. Marsh, res Cass, bet Gene-., 

, see and German. 4. 
]\Iarshall Albert U., elk ^lorley Bros., bds G. W. Morley. 
^Marshall Frank, lab, res e s Bates, bet Emerson and Elm. 4. 
Marshall Joseph, res 5th, bet Kirk and Sears. 1. 
Marshall Norton, drug clerk, bds Mrs. C. A. Dietz. 
Marshall Seth, Jr., elk Morley Bros., bds Bancroft. 
Marshall Thomas, wiper, round house F. & P. M. R. R. 
Marskey Charles, ins. ag't, res w s 3d, bet German and Janes. 6. 
MARTEL ADOLPHIJS, barber, shop Potter, bet Franklin 

and Jefferson. 
Martel John, barber, bds Tremont House. 
Martin Andrew, lab, res s e cor Fitzhugh and 4th. 9. 
MARTIN BRUNO, tin, iron, and copper works, s s Genesee, 

bet Warren and Webster, res cor 9th and Janes. 7. 
^Martin Charles T., attorney, office with W. S. Tennant, No. 5, 

Wisner bile, bds W. B. Martin, res e s Warren, bet Cherry 

and Hoyt. 
Martin h^dward S.. res n Wash'n, bet 8Lli and 9th, 2. 
Martin Edward, l)l:u'ksmith, bds Daniel Forrest. 
Martin Miss Ella, bds \V. S. (JiimplH'li. 



EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 181 

Martin Mrs. Ellen, (wid Thomas), res w s 13th, bet Johnson 
and Wadsworth. X*. 

Martin Henrietta, home with Ervin Hayes. 

Martin James, wks Sears & Holland. 

lilartin Jerreais, lab, bds Tremont House. 

Martin John, ship carpenter, bds Mrs. H. McAuley. 

Martin John, broom maker, Avks P. Stork. 

Martin Joseph, carpenter, res IJith, bet Carroll and Wads- 
worth. 5. 

Martin Lewis, lab, res w s Webster, bet Centre and Rust. 

Martin ]\riss Minnie, home with H. S. Averill. 

Martin William B., book-keeper, res e s Warren, bet Hoyt and 
Cherry. 3. 

Martindale EdAvin A., lumberman, res e s Mackinaw, cor 
Main. 5. 

Martingale Charles T., shingle manuf'r, res w s Mackinaw, u 
of n Miller. 4. 

Martz Miss Emma, wks J. Derby. 

Martz Miss Sophia, wks A. Ferguson. 

Marvin Minnie, St. Charles Saloon, German, bet Franklin and 
Washington. 

M. & II. Koch & €<>., thv I.cudcrM of Fashion. 



Martz Ernst, lab, res Farwell, bet 7tli and 8th. 

Marshel Thomas, lab, res s s Johnson, bet 5th and Gth. 4. . 

IMason Huraeo, pile-drivor, res w s 4tli, bet Johnson and Fi(z- 

hugh. 3. 
Mason John, lab, bds Joseph Parquette. 

]Mason John, well-borer, res n e cor Fitzhugh and Warren. 7. 
Mason Lucius P., lumberman, res 51G Thompson, cor AVelles. 
Mason Miss Mary, lives with Henry S. Totfans. 
Mason Orrin, pile-driver, res e s Webster, bet Millard and 
f Cherry. 2. 

l| MASON ORYILLE L., physician and oculist, office Bliss 

blk, cor Wash'n and German, bds S. B. Bliss. 3. 
Mason Peter P., wks Harvey & Coleman's livery. 
Mason Tlidmas, lab, bds Michael Connery. 
Mason Thomas R., lab, bds D. Maclntyre. 
]\Iassbacher F,, (al) lAiysician, office n w cor Genesee and Jeff'n, 

res cor Millard and Webster. 
Massey Charles A. (Gray & Massey), res 4th, bet Fitzhugh and 

Johnson. 
Massey George F., boiler-nuiker Gray & ^Massey. 
Masters Mrs. lloxenia, wks S. B. Bliss. 
Matchett Kicharcl, bds Stauber's Hotel. 



182 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 

Materas Thomas, wks A. P. Brewer. 

Matz "William, painter, bds Henry Pries. 

Matzmann John F., shoemaker, shop and res n s Genesee, bet 

Clay and liockwell. 3. 
Mauren Christopher, lub, res n s Gallagher, e Mackinaw. 3. 
Maurer George, Notary Public, res w s Clay, bet German and 

Lapeer. 4. .^ 

Mawrai Joseph, lab, bds Joseph Parquette. i«IVji' 

MaAvrer Aliss Susanna, elk, Frey & Wickliu. 
Maxeye ]\Iiss Ellen, home with Henry Naegely. 
Maxey Miss Mary, home with Mathew Borland. 
Maxim Horace, engineer, res w s Miller, s Main. 3. 
Maxwell John, lab, res 717 Maple. 3. 
May, Harrison, wks C. & E. Ten Ejck. 
^lay Harry N., lab, bds A. Picard. 
Mayflower Mills, Jesse Iloyt, i)ropr, E. Moores, manager flour 

mill, n Water, bet Carroll and Fitzhugh. 
McArtliur Archibald, wks gas works, res n 8 Emerson, bet 

Maple and AVarren. 2. 
McArthur Dennis, riverman, bds Garvin House. 

Largest Stock in the State at Little Jakc'§. 

McArthur John, practitioner at law, res Webster, bet Genesee 

and William. G. 
McArthur Miss Mary A., wks L. H. Eastman. 
McArthur Peter, lab, bds Abrani F. Sharick. 
!McArthier James, rivernuin, bds Garvin House. 
McArthier Timothy, riverman, bds Garvin House. 
McAuley Mrs. Harriet, boarding house, s s Centre, bet Miller 

and Mackinaw. 4. 
McAULIFFE NEIL, auction and commission merchant, 

417 Genesee, bds Everett House. 
McAvoy Miss Julia, wks C. K. Robinson. 
McBain William, lumbernnm, res G32 Hoyt. 7. 
McBreiu Biehard, drayman, res s s Janes, w of Smith. 4. 
^McBride James, lab, bds Tuscola House. 
McBurney Daniel, lab, bds Alexander House. 
McCall J. G., local editor "Enterprise" oflicc. 
McCall Joel, lab, bds Mrs. Mary McCall. 
]\rcCallumn Archie, lab, res e s Park, bet Hoyt and Chestnut. 7. 
McCalluin Hugh, clerk, bds Bobert Hunter's. 
J\reCallum Thonuis H., saloon, Cass, bet (lencsee and Tuscola. 
J\lcCarl,hy, Anna, wks \V. H. Pickard. 
McCarthy Jeremiah, lab, bds Michael Connery. 
McCarty John, res e s Miller, s of Main. 8. 



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EAST SAQINAW DIRECTOUY. 183 

McCarty Joseph, lab, res n 8 Hess, e Mackiuaw. 3. 
McCarthy Miss Polly, wks Gas. 0. Kimball. 
McCarthy Eichard, bds Alexander House. 
McCaul Joel, i:)ainter, works Burt & Loomis. 

McCauley , edger J. S. Stevens. 

McCauley Dennis, 2d tlreman Mayflower Mills. 
McCarly John, blacksmitli, shop V. & P. M. 11. R. 
McCauslaud Benjamin W., book-keeper Shaw, Bullard & Co. 
McCausland Thomas G., elk Shaw, Bullard & Co. 
McChiin Andrew E,, a^rt Saginaw Citv station St. Clair River 

R. R., bds Taylor House. 

McCleland , fireman, Mayflower mills. 

McClellan James, wks J. 8. Stevens. 

McClelhiu John, lub, bds Judge Hotel. 

McClellan John, file grinder, bds C. C. Cloudman, w s Maple, 

bet Hoyt and Thompson. 
McClellan William, file cutter, res w s Maple, bet Hoyt and 

Thompson. 
McClenen John, blacksmith, res 5th, bet Kirk and Sears. 2. 
McClennan John J., file grinder, bds Charles C. McClennan. 

Kocli & Co., Ocncscc St., opposite Buncroft House. 

McClennan William, file cutter, res ^Euple, bet Hoyt and 
Thompson. 2. 

McClintock Elias J., local ins agt, res s s Fitzhugh, bet 
Franklin and Jefierson. 3. 

McClurc (Brewer & McClure), res 217 Hoyt, cor Frank- 
lin. Call at Obodini's for name in full. 3. 

McCormack James, lumber merchant, res No. 229 Washington, 
bet German and William. G. 

McCormick Wiss Maggie, wks Tuscola House. 

McCormick Trevette B., elk, Wickes Bros., bds cor Astor and 
Warren, ]\Irs. Hall's. 

McCormick William, book-keeper, Wickes Bros., bds Mrs. 
Glorinda Hall. 

McCourt Hugh, cupola-tender Wickes Bros. 

McCourt John, mechanic, wks F. & P. M. depot. 

McCoy Timothy H., elk, bds Jacob Steckert. 

McCrady Eugene, lab, bds D. Chriscadan. 

McCue Felix, lab, res w s 4th, bet Carroll and Miller. 7. 

McCusdy Edward, carpenter, bds Ebel House. 

McCully James, butcher, bds ])uano D. Burdick. 

McCully James, butcher, and bds 1). D. Burdick. 

McCulloy James, lab, bds Albert Hicks. 

McCully John, bliicksmith Gallinger & Cousineau, bds Sagi- 
naw Valley House. 



184 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 



McCullock James, butcher, bds Averill House. 

McCora William, lab, bds Hugh Steveson. ^ 

McCort Mrs. Alice (wid Barnabas McCort), res 6th, bet Miller 'r 

and Sears. 2. i;, 

MACDONALD ALEXANDER, overseer of public works, ^ 

bds Tliomas Nolam. r?' 

McDonald Mrs. Annie, lives with A. Linton. < m^ 

McDonald Miss Catherine, home with John Lyons. ^-' m. 

McDonald Colin, corker, res e s Water, end Sag. City bridge. 83 
McDonald Daniel, detective, bds Tremont House. '% 

McDonald Daniel, lab, bds National House, South Saginaw. 'M 
McDonald Mrs. Flora, lives with F. H. Hall. , '^ 

McDonald Jane, wks M. R. Burt. i %- 

Mcdonald JAMES J., prop'r Ocean Oyster House Res- > 

taurant, 118, 120 s Wasli'n, bds same. Sec advt. |' 

McDonald John, blacksmith, wks Baker & Bros. '■^^:'%- 

McDonald John K., saloon, w s Wash'n ave, bet Genesee and^; 

Tuscola, res e s Wash'n ave, bet Carroll and Fitzhugh. 2. ^■ 
McDonald Malconib (xMiller & JMcDonald), res e s Mackinaw, 

n of Washington. 3. 
McDonald Malcolm, butcher, res n s Linton, bet Wash'n and 

Mackinaw. 4. 

_^___ /i?. 

!Vo Baittcriiij? at Little Jake's. " 



]\fcDouald ]\rary, Avks W. R. Burt. 

McDonald Thomas, lab, bds Barnabas McCort. 

McDonald Samuel, carpenter, res Gth, bet Kirk and Norman. 3. 

McDonald AVm., boomsman C. & E. Ten Eyck. 

McDonell , wagon maker, bds Jeremiah B. Kenam. 

McDonell Miss Christona, home with Mathew Borland. 

McDonell Daniel, carriage maker, wks Baker & Bros. 

McDonell John, carpenter, bds Oscar Hull. 

McDonell John, lab, bds Tremont House. 

McDonnell John, carpenter, res 317 n s Tuscola, bet Cass and 

Franklin. 5. 
McDonell John R., blacksmith, bds Hunter House, 
McDonell William, lab, bds Mathew Borland. 
McDougald Duncan A., foreman, res e s Liberty, bet Janes 

and Freedom. 3. 
McDougald Malcom A., foreman, res w s Freedom, bet Janes 

and Jjapeer. 3. 
McDougall Daniel, lab, res n s Eaton, w Wash'n. G. 
McDougal Fesent T., l;ib, res w s East. 5. 
McDougal R. B., res n b Wash'n ave, s of Douglas (refused 

first Jiauio or l)usiness.) (i. 



EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 185 

McElhanie John, carpenter, bds Mathew Borland. 

McEuan John E., carpenter, res s e cor 7th and Johnson. 2. 

McEachroii Peter, carpenter and builder, res 1002 Emerson, 
cor Warren. 7. 

McEntee Patrick, carpenter, res e Wash'n, bet Carroll and 
Miller. 3. 

McFarlin Archibald, mechanic, res 4th, bet Kirk and Sears. 3. 

McEarlin Silas M., books and stationery, 108 Genesee, bds 
Everett House. 

McFarthin William, painter, bds Joseph Parquette. 

McGann Edwin, plumber, bds D. 0. Donnell. 
- I McGary Francis, lab, res 5th, bet Miller and Sears. 3. 

McGeary F., mechanic, wks F. & P. M. depot. 

McGee Charles, sawyer, bds A. llust. 

McGee Minnie, bds Peal House. 

McGee Thomes, bds Ebel House. 

McGillvary John, lumberman, res c s Bates, bet Elm and 
Emerson. 2. 

McGinnis E. J., carpenter, bds Valentino House. 

McGinnis Neil, stationary engineer, res s s Linton, bet Mack- 
inaw and. Wash'n. 7. 

McGraw Peter, carpenter, F. & P. M. R. K. 

M. & II. Koch & Co., the Leaders of Fn§]iioii. 

McGraw Thomas, lab, bds Thomas Kenny. 

]\lcGregov Mm. E., res s s Kust, w of King. 

McGuirc Alfred, rivernum, res w s Miller, s of Centre. 

McGuirc Francis, lab, bds Thomas Kenny. 

McHale l^Iichael, mechanic, wks F. & P. M. R. R. 

McHALE PATRICK, boot and shoe dealer, e s Washington 

ave, 7th ward, res 354 AVebster, cor Millard. 2. 
McHaney William T., ship cari)enter, res n s Rust, bet King 

and Miller. 5. 
Mclnnis Andrew, physician, res e s Jefferson, bet Carroll and 

Miller. 2. 
Mclntyre Malcolm, lab, bds Abram F. Sharick. 
Mcintosh Thomas, boiler maker, T. Steele, bds James Moran. 
Mcintosh William, millwright, bds If. Williams. 
I^Iclsaac Angus, elk, American Jlouse. 

McKay , carriage trimmer, bds Albert i\[cKee. 

McKay, Alexander, lah, bds A. Dunla]). 

McKay Alexander, lab, bds Abram F. Sharick. 

McKay Andrew, carriage-trimmer, wks \V. S. Houghton. ' 

McKay Charles, elk E. M. Burton, bds same. 

McKay William, sailor, bds 11. Vannorman. 

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186 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 



McKane William, fireman J. Derby, res see elsewhere. 
McKay Wm. W., wks Harvey & Coleman. If 

McKay Mrs (wid), res e s Park, betlloytand Chesnufc. 6. 

McKee Albert, carriage-maker W. S. IloiioJiton, res cor Ger- 
man and Jefferson. 3. 
McKee Frederick. ; A^ 

McKenna John II., painter, res w s Hess. 3. *Mf? 

McKennis John, lab, bds Farmers' Home. .m'<^ 

McKenzie David, apprentice boiler-maker, Thos. Steele. k 

McKeuzie Kobert, niolder, res w s Maple, bet Elm and Martha. 9/ 
McKian John, lumberman, bds Judge's Hotel. 
McKillopp John, boiler-maker T. Steele, res e s Cornelia, n of 

McCoskry. G. 
McKinley James, lab, bds Oscar Hull. , ^ 

McKinney Edmund J., carpenter, bds R. Dumar. '^ 

McKinney Edward W., carpenter, res s s ]\niler, bet Rockwell 

and Warren. 3. 
McKinney James, engineer, bds Scanlan House, s e cor Water 

and Thompson. 
McKinney Mrs. Mary, bds E. W. Marsh. 'A 

McKinnon Alexander, foreman, bds Malcolm A. McDougald. 

Interview the "Bosh" €lotliier§, Little Jalic &. Co. 

McKinnon Daniel, foreman, bds Malcolm A. McDougald. 

McKinnon John, liveryman, stable e 3 Cass, bet German and-^ 
William, bds Everett House. 

McKnight Robert F., machinist, res G30 AVebster. 3. 

McKnight William, Genesee st bridge keeper, res township of 
Carroilton, at R. R. crossing. 

McLamahar Charles, lab, bds A. Rust. 

McLauchlan Duncan, cooper, bds Thomas Kenny. 

McLauchlin Joseph, engineer, res n Wash'n, bet 6th and 7th. 2. 

McLaughlin Elijah, land-looker, res G15 Webster. 4. 

McLaughlin Thomas, lab, bds Scanlan House. 

McLear Allen C, sailor, bds W. J. Lewleys. 2. 

McLean C. C, lumber merchant, res cor Jefferson and Mil- 
ler. ,4 

McLean Samuel, lab, bds American House. 

McLean Seth, lumberman, res s e cor Miller and Jefi'n. 3. 

McLean S. & C, lumbermen, office Buena Vista blk, cor Gen- 
esee and AVater. 

McLeam Robert & Son, rooms Hovey blk, cor Tuscola and 
n Washington. 

McLean William S. lumberman, res o 8 Franklin, bet Carroll 
and ]\1illcr. 3. 



EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 187 

McLcnan John, blacksmith, Wickes Bros. 

McLellen Duncan, book agt, res n e cor Thompson and 

Webster. 2. 
McLeod Donald, lab, bds National Ilouse, South Saginaw. 
McLeod Kenneth, mason, ros e s Franklin, bet Genesee and 

Tuscola. 10. 
JfcLennan Francis, lab, bds Thomas Kenny. 
Mcililan C. S., elk, office F. & P. M. R. R., Wash'n, bet 

Johnson and Tuscola. 
Mc^Iahon John A,, Jefferson Ilouse, cor Astor and Jeff'n. 3. 
McMahon Martin, boot maker, W. B. Hawkins, bds American 

Ilouse. 
Mc^Iann John, ship carpenter, res w s Wasli'n, s of Germaa 

Colony Road. 
McMunney, Thomas, wks East Saginaw Manuf'g Co. 
McMannis Mrs. Kittie, fancy goods and notions, e s "Wash'n, 

s of Randolph, res same. 4. 
McMaster Samuel, carpenter, res e a Maple, bet Martha and 

McCoskry. 3. 
McMillan John, lab, bds Thomas Kenny. 
McMillon Clark, book-keeper, bds A. Birdsall. 2. 

M. &, II. Koeli &, Co.. the One I'rico Clotliiiig IIuiihc. 

McMillan John W., lab, bds National Uouse, South Saginaw, 

ilcMillen Henry, lab, bds Farmers' Home. 

lilcilullen Alex., lab, bds A. Dunlap. 

AlcMullon Michael, lab, res w s Webster, bet Centre and Rust. 7. 

McNally John, cooper, bds Mrs. P. Austin. 

McNally John, cooper F, W. Stilwell, bds Mrs. Owsten. 

lIcNamara Patrick, lab, res s s Mott, bet Park and Webster. 3. 

^IcNaught Thomas, elk Morley Bros. 

McNela Alexander, lab, res]e s Wells, bet Emerson and Iloyt. 5. 

McNicol David, engineer, res n Wash'n, bet Gth and 7th. 4. 

McNoah Peter M., contractor, res AVarren st, bet Astor and 
Potter. 2. 

McPhec John, lab, bds A. Picard. 

ItlcQuade Michael, saloon, 123 Lapeer, bds St. Nicholas res- 
taurant. 

McQueen , book-keeper, works Peter Roche. 

McQuillin Francis, lab, res e s Mackinaw. 3. 

McQuillen John C, molder Wickes Bros.,res 509 n s Fitzhugh. 4.. 

*lclntee Patrick, mechanic F. & P. M. R. R. 

;McRao Fanjuahar, overseer public works, res cor Qencsec and 
Jefferson. 3. 

McRae James, lab, bds Abram F. Sharick. 



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McRAE JOHN C, dealer in lumber, staves, etc., office 

Exchange blk, cor Genesee and "Water, bda Bancroft 

Ilouse. 
McRae Joseph, plasterer, bds Joseph Wilson. j^w 

McRae Malcom, ship carpenter, res 218 Maple. 2. W 

McRae Peter, lumberman, res s w cor Wash'n and William, 1' 
McRay Hugh, lab, res n Wash'n, bet 9tli and 10th. 9. ^-A 
McSloy Michael, contractor, bds Oscar Hull. '/^MI 

McSparrin William, machinist, bds 11. Williams. 2. ' % 

McSweeny Edward, grocer, res s s Cherry, bet Maple and' 

AVarren. 4. 
McSweeney J., blacksmith, wks M. McSweeney, bds same. 
^IcSweeney Miles, blacksmith, shop Franklin, bet Johnson 

and Tuscola, res 5th, bet Carroll and Fitzhugh. 5. 
McSweeney Timothy W., painter, bds Bechtel's Hotel. j, 

McTavisli Archibald S., pile driver, res cor Johnson and i 

Rockwell. 7. '/ 

McTeash John, bds W. Landis. !*tM: 

McVote Thomas, elk, bds Daniel Gibson. v 

McWethy Frank, elk, Simpson, Barber & Co., res 213 e 8 6th, 

bet German and Janes. G. * 

Uttio Jake Ac €<>., "IViMicr Block. 

McPhetres Vincent, elk E. ]\[. l^urtou, bds E. Davis. 

McPheters B. Vincent, bds E. Davis. 

^Icad Alonzo P., dealer in sash and blinds, res JelTerson, bet 
German and William. 

Mead Benjamin F., painter, shop and res over 128 s Wash'n. 3. 

MEAD & CARTJTH, retail liquor dealers (Randolph Mead 
and Josei)h Carutli), n s Genesee, bet Franklin and Cass. 

Meader James M., carpenter, res Mason, s of Elm. 7. 

Meakin James, engineer, res cor 8th and Miller. G. 

Medical University, L. R. Gilbert, n s Tuscola. 

Medler Jesse F., sailor str Mason. 

Medler Robert, eapt of Daniel Ball, res town line, bet Jeffer- 
son and AVashington. o. 

Medler Samuel, molder Wicks Bros., res e s 7th, bet Carroll 
and Wadsworth. 

Meek John, cook, res e s 4th, bet Johnson and Tuscola. 2. 

]\[cgan Daniel, lab, bds Martin Man ion. 

Mahany Miss Catherine, dress and cloak maker, rooms over 
cor Jefferson and Genesee. 

Meiller Win., res .Joiuison and 12th. 5. 

Meistcr M., peddler, res w s MLh, hot Janes and Laj)cer. 6. 

MeiLlein John, barber, cor Franklin and Tuscola. 'J. 



EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY, 189 

Melady Mrs. Mary (wid), res e s "Welles, bet Brady and Mason. 3. 
I . Mclchers Uenry, druggist, n w cor Genesee and Jeffn, res 533 
'jl [ Millard, bet Jeff'n and Warren. 

*'' [ Melville John, cook, res e s 2d, bet Chesnut and Cherry. 6. 

Mendall Richard, mechanic, wks F. & P. M. R. R. 

Mcndoll Henry, boiler-maker, res e s Cornelia, bet Martha and 
. ilcCoskry. 4. 

)fendell Thomas, engineer, res s s Emerson, bet Warren and 
Webster. 2.' 

Mentz Charles, lab, res w s 11th, bet Lapeer and Tuscola. 3. 

Mercer J. C, clothier, 103 Genesee, res cor Johnson and 3d. 9. 

Mercher Lafayette, boiler-maker T. Steele. 

Mcrckel William, grocer, 525 Lapeer, res 3d, bet Lapeer and 
Tuscola. 2. 

Meredeth Paul L, conductor R & P. M. R. R., res 4th, bet 
Miller ami Sears. 3. 

Morgan R., inspector, F. & P. M. R. R. 

Mergen & Co, (M. Morgen and R. Granville), boot and shoe- 
makers, shop Jefferson, bet Genesee and Tuscola. 

Mergen Mathias (S[crgcn & Granville), res Gth, bet German 
and Janes. 7. 

Fine FtiriiiNliiii{; <h04>(I(4 ut Ifl. & 91. liocli &. C'o'm. 

ifergen Miss ^linnic, sales-lady Davis, Goldstone & Co, 
Morian Wallace, blacksmith, shop cor Tuscola and Wash'n, 

bds Mrs. Maggie Herbert, 
Merideth \''anBuren, train-master, res s c cor Carroll and 

7th, 4, 
Merrick Austin, lab, w s of Little, s of Nimons, 4, 
Merrill Andrew, engineer G, W. Merrill's foundry, res e s 

Maple, bet Hoyt and Thompson. 4. 
Merrill Miss Ardie, home William N". Merrill. 
MERRILL & BACON (George W. Merrill, A. W. Bacon), 

foundry and machine shop, s e cor ilcCoskry and Water. 

See advt. 
Merrill Ezel, carpenter, res 152G Genesee, 4, 
Merrill, Eastwood & Co. (Geo. AV. ]\r., Widham H. E., Wm. 

Merrill), foundry and machine shop, w s Water, bet w end 

Brady. 
Merrill George (Merrill & Bacon), res w s AVashington, bet 

Atwater and McCoskry. 
Merrill Geo. W. (ALerrill, Eastwood & Co.), res s c- cor Brady 

and Water. 4, 
Merrill Mrs, Mary, washerwoman, res Main, e of Bnndy. 2. 



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190 EAST SAQINAW DIRECTORY. 

Merrill William (Merrill, Eastwood & Co.), bds George W< 

Merrill. 
Merrill William A., agent lumber (G. S. Wearer), res Warren,'^ 

bet Astor and Miller. 3. ' 

Merritt Andrew J., machinist, Merrill, Eastwood & Co. 
Merritt Miss M., milliner, Mrs. E. G. Hammond. ■ ^ 

MERRITT WARREN, propr Tremont House, corJeffeS 

son and Potter. 8. 
Merritt William E., teamster, res w s Bundy, bet Hess and" 

Main. G. 
Mershon J. Edward, agt A. G. Bissell & Co., oflice w s Fraak-| 

lin, bet Fitzbugh and Johnson. ,| 

jMershon Mvs. J. H. (wid), res 205 JefTn, bet German aDd'F;' 

AVilliam. 7. -' 

Mersoii William, lab, res cor Norman and Ttli. 
Mershon AVilliam B., elk with A. G. Bissell & Co., w s Frankv 

lin, bet Fitzbugh and Johnson. 
j\lessey Charles, sailor, res 1023 Wash'n, cor McCoskry. 5. 
j\Ietcalf E., wks J. S. Stevens. 

Metcalf Elmanso B., carpenter, bds Mrs. Elizabeth Mann. 
MEYER GUSTAVUS W., book-keeper, bds Charles 

Meyer. 

IJltlc Juke & Co., ''ISoiJH" C'lotliicrs of the State. 

Meyer John, wks C. & E. TenEyck. 

]\Ieyer ]\Iichael, sawyer, C. & E. TenEyck. 

I^leyer Oswald C, elk tSoyer & Co., bds Charles G. Meyer. ' 

J\le3'ers (Jeorgo, carpenter, res loth, bet Jane and Lapeer. 2. 

IMeyers W. 11., lab, bds Etna Hotel. 

Mickel John, lab, bds Bohm & ]Miller. 

Mickelson Christian, lab, bds Scandinavian Boarding House. 

JMickie Albert, lab, res Lapeer, bet 13th and 11th. 9. 

Mickley George P. (Moslier & Mickley), res e s Jefferson, cor 

Astor. 5. 
Midler Andrew J. (Root & Midler), res n w cor s Wash'n and 

Iloyt. 3. 
Midler J. C, dealer in tobacco and cigars, res Washington, bet 

Genesee and Tuscola. 
Miday C, wks Soars & Holland. 
Middlemis Rev. Thomas, pastor Presbyterian Church, res 718 

Warren. 2. 
Miear Cohm, cigar-maker, bds Gottlieb Knap p. 
]\liniau S. R., lab, bds J'liigene Sawtell. 

Aliles James, ])orter Derby & Co., res . 

IMilllolhin Sarah, wks 0. IMason. 



EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 191 

Millard Crawford C, liquor dealer, res 209 Tuscola. -1. 
Millurd Crawford, dealer in imported liquors, res -Ith. 3. 
Millard E. Stanley, tinner, bds J. Steckcrt. 
Millau S. n., brakeman F. & P. M. II. R, bds William G. 

Wilsey. 
■ * Miller Arthur II., dentist, bds C. M. Curtis. 2. 

Miller liurton, lab, bds Scandinavian Boarding House. 

Miller Charles, barber, A. N. Albro, bds same. 

Miller John, lab, bds Henry Schwertic. 

Miller Charles E,, attorney, otfice with Iloyt & James, bds II. 

Miller, lOlG Washington. 
Miller Charles, Sr., res w s Miller, s of Ilust. G. 
^liller l)(niglas, sawyer, J. S. Stevens, bds Andrew Borden. 
Miller Edward, fireman E. & P. M. R. II., bds Mary A. 
- Eournier. 

' Miller ]\liss Elizabeth, home with William 11. Kace. 
Miller Frederick, Avks C. Lee's mill. 
Miller Henry, res e s 4th, bet Fitzliugh and Carroll. 4. 
MILLER HEZEKIAH, justice of the peace, and lumber 

rule manufacturer, oHice rooms 7 and 8 AVisner blk, res 

1018 s Wasii'n. 0. 
Miller Ilezekiah B., rule maker, s s McCoskry, w Jeff'n. 3. 



: \ lUa «lovcs at M. & II. Koch & Co's. 

Miller James J. (ililler & McDonald), bds M. McDonald. 

IMiller Miss Jane, wks Oscar Hull. 

:Miller John, inspector, F. & P. M. ]{. K. 

Miller John, lab, res e s 14th, bet Janes and Lapeer. 4. 
I Miller John, riverman, res 210 w s 5th, bet German and 

Janes. 5. 

Miller John, lab, bds Mathew Borland. 

Miller Joseph, bds G. Storms. 

Miller Joseph, ship carpenter, n s Hess, e of Lytle. 3. 

Miller Joseph, elk, Christopher llottzheimer. 

Miller Lewis, Farmer's Home, Genesee, bet Clav and Rock- 
well. 4. 

Miller Louis, lab, res n s Lincoln, bet Cherry and Walnut. 6. 

Miller Maggie, works G. R. Bridgeman. 

MILLER & McDonald (James J. Miller and Malcom 
]\lcDonald), meat market, e s Mackinaw, n of Washing- 
ton. 

Miller Philip, lab, res c s 3d, bet German and Janes. 4. 

Miller Reuben A., lumberman, res 215 Hoyt. 5. 

JMiller Rudolf, carriage maker, res Clay, bet German and Wil- 
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192 EA.ST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. •■ 

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Miller William, lab, res e s Miller, s Niraons. 4. 
Miller William, hack driver, works Harvey & Coleman. 

Miller Mrs. , home with Wm. II. Race. 

Milligan Samuel, drayman, res n s Eaton, w of Washington. 4,'^ 

Millish Charles, fireman P. & P. M. R. R. 

]\[ilne Miss Helen, lives with Mrs. II. Milne. vi' 

Milne Mrs. Helen, res 515 Maple. 2. \>t 

Milne James, blacksmith, wks Charles A. Dolliver. ui 

]\Iiner P., works J. S. Stevens. 

Minezebeck ^Irs. William, (wid), res ws 12th, bet Johnson and'4^ 

Wads worth. 4. 
Minick ^latthew, dealer in real estate, res e s Washington, heiW^ 

Hayden and Milhird. o. 
Minnie Daniel, sawyer C. & E. Ten Eyck. 
Minsey John, lab, bds Thomas Kenny. 
]\Iinto Andrew, lab, res n s AVilliam. 2. 
]\Iills Caspar, carpenter J. S. Stevens. 

Mills Isaac, carpenter, res No 1321 Lapeer, bet 12th and 13th. 
Mills Jasfur, carpenter, bds Abrani F. Sharick. 
Mills James, lab, res e s Franklin, bet Johnson and Tuscola. 2. v 
Mills Miss Janette, bds H. J. Ball. ; ' 

Patronize the '^ ISohs " Clotliicrsi, Little Jake & Co. '. 

Mills Miss Jennie I, bds Mrs. H. J, Ball. 

Mills Peter, watchman, res w s Jliller, s Ninions. 5. 

Mills Pool, cook, bds Carvin House. 

M'\]\a Miss Riveman, wks A. J. Denton. 

Mills Surah A., wks C. W. Ellis. 

Mills William, lab, bds Thomas H. Smith. 

Mills William, lab, bds Henry Naejjjely. 

Mills W. H., mechanic, wks F. & P. M. depot. 

Mitbean Daniel, Avks East Saginaw Manuf'g Co. 

Mitchell Adam, carpet weaver, i-es e s Rockwell, bet Genesee 
and German. (J. 

Mitchell Miss Eliza, dressmaker, bds Jeremiah B. Kellam. 

Mitchell Frederick, lab, res 314 AVebster. 7. 

Mitchell George A., lumber inspector, res w s Warren, bet 
Fitzhugh and Jackson. 4. 

Mitchell James, filer, res s s William, bet Mackinaw and Lit- 
tle. 5. 

Mitchell John, lives with Kosmer Brandstetter. 

Mitts Sil. S., lumber inspector. 

Moeller Cliarles, res e a Mackinaw, s of Hess. 7. 

MOELLER FllEDEllICK J., propr Stauber's Hotel, s 
Water, bet (^ene.see and German. See advertisement. 



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Moeller Henry, bds Stauber's hotel, 
ilolir Frederick, stonecutter A. Ilobson, res see elsewhere. 
Moik'S Ceorge, farmer, res s e cor 7th and Wadawortli. 8. 
l^ Moiles llenrj, res e s Webster, l)et Johnson and Tuscola. 
Moisant Magloire, cook, bds A. Picard. 
Jfolco Mrs. Christina, Avid, res s s German, cor Gth. 
Moll MisB Augusta, Avks 0. P. Hess. 
Moll Frederick, tailor Little Jake & Co., res 214 e s 4th, bet 

Johnson and Tuscola. 8. 
Moll Louis, meat market, 800 Hoyt, res same. 5. 
Moloughney Rodey, lab, res cor 5th and Washington. 2. 
Moloughney Stephen, lab, bds Rodey Moloughney. 
Mongur Joel, lab, bds L. Linchburg. 
Monroe C, works Sears & Holland, 
ilontelle John, bds Excelsior House. 
Montgomery Ellen, home John M. Weever. 
Montgomery Peter carpenter, res s s Janes, ur cor Janes. 4. 
Montgomery William, Avks J. Derby, res w s Warren, nr Mar- 
tha. 4. 
Montreul Joseph, lab, bds Montreal House. 
Montrey John, lab, bds Edward Bronx. 

Scarfii and Tics at in. & II. Koch &. Co's. 



Moodey AVilliam, lab, bds Ueorge Jeflerson. 

Moody Charles, waiter, Everett House. 

Moon Albert, barber, res Potter, bet Rockwell and Warren. 3. 

^looncy James, lab, bds Lynch Hotel. 

]\[ooney Thomas, lab, bds Michael Connery. 

Moore Alexander B. (J. M. Ballentine & Co.), res Geneva, HI., 
bds Campbell House, Bay City. 

Moore Miss Alice, wks Tuscola House. 

Moore Edward, lab, bds E. Merrill. 

Moore Edwin A., carpenter, res n s Lapeer, bet 7th and 8th. 9. 

Moore Elliot F., engineer, res n Washington, bet Kirk and 
{ Potter. ]. 

I Moore James, lumberman, res s a Rust, w of King. 2. 
i Moorhart James, lab, bds Martin Borland. 
i' Moore James, mason, res King, opp Mowbrey's brewery. 10. 

Moore Jennie, bds Crystal Palace. 

Moore Joseph, carpenter, res w 8 Thayer, n Galiaghar. 2. 

Moore V. K., book-keeper, 2d National Bank, and City Treas- 
urer office, bds Mrs. M. Gates. 

Moore William B., elk A. A. Dunk, bds Mrs. Deitz. 

Moore William H., teamster, res 6th, bet Kirk and Sears. 




194 EAST SAQIKAW DIRECTOllY. '^m . 

Moores Emil, manager Mayflower Mills, bds 402 Water, OQr]|i 

Fitzhugh. ' V 

Moores Mrs. Jane (vvici Otto), res 402 cor Water and Fiti 

hiigh. 6. ...! 

Moran Miss Catherine, home with James Moran. • '-ta 

Moran JMiss Eliza, lionie with James ]\rorau. n^ 

Moran James, Avks Frank P. Curtis. 
MOHAN JAMES, saloon, Franklin, bet Genesee and Tus.|'. 

cola. 5. I'j 

Moran iShs. Mary (wid James Moran), bds James Moran. • f . 
Moran Patrick, ship carpenter, bds Scanlan House. ''J^^ 

Morarity Daniel, lab, bds Scanlan House. ' ,'^nti 

]\rorarity ]\[ichael, lab, bds Scanlan House. '.^f|!»; 

Morden Albert, dentist, res n av cor Wash'n and llayden. ■ 6.1 
Moore Frederick, stone-cutter, res 208 w s Webster, bet John 

son and Tuscola. 3. i 

Moreau John, lab, res n s Mott, bet Park and Webster. 
Moreau Joseph, lab, bds John Moreau. 
Morey ]\[is3 Annie, bds Miss Frances Campbell. 
Morey Charles, book-keeper, bds A. Birdsall. 

Little Jiakc & Co. KJudcrscll Everybody. 

Morehouse Ijevi, (al) physician, oilice Ilovey blk. corner Tu8-|^ 
cola and n AVash'n, bds yEtna Hotel. ' | 

^lorgan Albert, mill watclunan, res n Paiidolph, bet Jefforsou :r 
and Washington, o. 

Morgan (Jeorge, hotel, Potter st, bet Franklin and Jefferson. 

Morgan Isaac, lab, res w s Maple, bet Elm and Martha. 5. 

Morgan Nelson, lab, res s s Johnson, s of Potter. 4. 

Morgan Ivichard R., car in, res cor Eighth, s Miller. 5. 

Morgan AVilliam AV., lab, res s w cor JIaple and Martha. 6. 

Moriarty Michael, lab, res av s Franklin, Ijet Hoyt and Thomp- 
son. 6. 

Morland Richard, lab, bds W. H. O'Brien. 

Morley Albert Tracy, clerk, Morley liros, bds Bancroft House. 

Morley Bros., stoves, tiuAvare, hardware, etc., 108, 110, 112, a 
Water, J. B. Lee manager stove department, George W. 
Morley, Edward W. Morley. 

Morley George W. (Morley Bros.), res w side s Wash'n, bet 
llayden and William. IJ. 

Morris AVilliani E., variety store, 50G (ienesee, will move to 
Saginaw — change of location. 

^Moross Columbus V., niaster mechanic, res e s Park, bet Mil- 
lard and ^riionipson. 7. 

Moran Thoma.-;, foi\inan tin shop, Morley Bros. 



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Morriarky Michael, wiper, roundhouse F. & P. M. R. R. 

Xforrell Benjamin, engineer, res Gth, bet Kirk and Sears. 6. 

Morrclls Miss Maggie, hairdresser, bds William D. Paddock. 

Morresy Daniel, lab, bds Thomas Kenny. 
I'^il Iforrin Elzoar, lab, bds A. Picard. 

Morris T. E. (Johnson, Goodell & Co.), bds Everett House. 

Morrisey ^Irs. Mary (wid Michael Morrisey), res 5th, bet Kirk 
and Sears. 5. 

Morrison Angus, blacksmith, Avks Charles A. Dolliver. 

Morrison Miss Anna, wks G. E. Cornell. 

Morrison George, blacksmith Charles A. Dolliver, bds Albert 
McKee. 

: I Morrison Norman, lumberman, res s end Miller, w of Macki- 
g naw. 4. 

Morrison Peter, lab, bds Michael Connery. 

Morris AYilliam E., fancy store, Robinson blk, res w s 7th, bet 
Cherry and Janes. 5. 

Morse Mrs. M. B. (wid), res s e cor Maple and Welles. 2. 

Mortimer Solomon, lab, bds Martin Manion. 

Jlorwick James, contractor and builder, bds A. S. Taggett. 

Lo^vcst Prices at M. &. II. Kocla &. Co's. 

Mosalle Miss Mary, wks A. Ilaycs. 

Mosher Miss Annie, home with Jos. Mosher. 

Mosher Miss Clara, home Avith Jos. Mosher. 

Mosher tSc Mickley (Thomas R. ^Mosher, George P. Mickley), 

grocei'S, 32;} (Jenesee. 
Mosher Thomas R. (Mosher & Mickley), res s w cor Jefferson 

and Miller. 4. 
Mosher Julian, lab, bds Jos. Mosher. 

^fosher Joseph, ship carpenter, res cor Miller and Rockwell. 7. 
Mott Miss Anna, home with Frederick Godard. 
Mott Elisha E., carpenter, res s e cor Rockwell and Miller. 7. 
Mott S. E., mechanic, E. & P. :M. R. R. 
; j; ' Motts Edward, carpenter, res. cor 10th and Carroll. 3. 
f I Mottice Stephen, carpenter, res s s Lapeer, bet 13th and 
{ 14th. 3.' 

\' Mouchel Louis, cook, bds A. Picard. 

ilontgoraery A. Schuyler, elk, Merchant's Nat'l Bank. 2, 
Alowbray & Richardson (William j\r., Samuel R.), brewery, 
-, w s King, bet Sherman and Little. 

ji Mowbray William (Mowbray it Richardson), res w s Macki- 

naw, s of Douglas. 4. 
MOWEIl MELVILLE (J., dealer in ice, oQico over Slid- 
dou's Bank, res 4'Hi Jloyt. 3. 



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19G EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 

Mower T. Dailey, city marshal, res High, n of German OoloDjra 

Eoad. 2. 
Moxley Richard, blacksmith, Avks Charles A. Dolliver, res 611 • 

n 8 Fitzhugh. "2. 
Moyar Miss Frances A., home with David Iluttley. 
Moye Albert A. (Schmidt & Moye), res 533 Lapeer. D. 
Moyer Pliilip, car[)ent('r, res e s 4th, bet German and Lapeer. 
Moyles Robert C, Avorks Enterprise office. 
Muelar George, cigar maker, bds Philip Keinath. 
Muir George, cook, bds George Peck. 
Mulett S., wks Sears & Holland. ' '.^L 

Mulherau James, lab, bds Abram F. Sharick. . :,^'.yj, 

Mulhollon John, lab, bds Lynch Hotel. '-j^: 

Muler George, lab, wks "Weinke & Bros. •^•■j' 

Mulliu James, lab, bds Lynch Hotel. W 

Mnllin & Neill (Edward Mnllin, Wm. D. Neill). Great Eaet-l 

crn saloon, 12G^ n Water, Buckhout blk. 
Mumford Peter, lumberman, res s w cor Millard and Jefferson. t^[ 
Munch Benjamin, lab, res e s Miller s of Nimons. 7. 
Munch John, lab, res Little, s Nimons. 3. 
Mungcr A., res s s Emerson, bet Park and Webster. (New.) "^Ifl 

One Price to all ut L.ittle Juke &, Co's. 

Munger A., painter Burtt & Loomis, res s w corEmerson and ,' 

Warren. 3. --^ 

Munger Miss Nelie, , bds Carrie Smith. % 

Munn Miss Nelia, wks A. H. Deyo, bds same. '* 

Munro Alexander, engineer, bds Mathew Borland. 'f 

Munroe Christopher, lab, res 4th, bet iVIiller and Sears. 4. 

Munroe George, teamster, bds Henry Naegely. 

Munsion Samuel C, lab, res Watrousville Plank, nr Kimball. 5w. 

^lunson AVilliam, mechanic. Avks F. & P. M. R. R. 

Murch Charles, shoemaker, res 5th, bet Miller and Sears. 9. 

Murdin John, butcher, bds Jonathan Robinson. 

Murdock Mrs. Barbara (wid John Murdock), res Franklin, bet 

German and William. 
Murdoch Andrew, captain, res c s Webster, bet Elm and 

Emerson. G. 
Murphy Miss Annie, home Warren S. Malcolm. 
Murphy Miss Annie, home with William O'Brien. 
Murdock Miss Elva, music teachei-, home with A. H. Hunter.. . 
Murphy James, lab, bds Mrs. li. Hoyle. 
Murphy Miss Catiierine, home Warren, s Malcohn. 
Murphy Mrs. Davis, wks Alexander House. 
Mur])hy David H., lah, res 430 Rockwell, bet Carroll and Fitz- 

iiiiti;h. 5. 



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Murphy James, wiper, roundhouse F. & P. M. I?. H. 

Miirphy John, Lib, res Rust, e Sag. City & St. Chiir R. R. 2. 

Murphy John, hib, res e s Miller, s of Ninions. '2. 

Muri)hy John, bds W. Ackley. 

Murphy John, bds Crystal Palace. 

Murphy Joseph L., tailor, wks Frank G. AVilkin. 

Murphy ]\fiss Julia, wks A. Rust. 

Muri)hy Laurence J., tailor, bds Bechtel's Hotel. 

Murphy ISIiss Mary, wks E. Saunders. 

.Mur[)hy Patrick, wks J. S. Stevens. 

Murphy ^[ichael, lab, bds Hugh Gordon. 

Murphy Patrick, cook, bds "Warren, s Malcolm. 

Muri)hy Samuel W., mechanic, wks F. & ]\ M. depot. 

Murphy S. W., mechanic, bds ^lary AVard. 

Alurphy Thomas, lumberman, res e s Cornelia, n Atwater. 5. 

Murphy Stephen, wks Mowbrey & Richardson, res 5th ward. 3. 

Murray Andrew, lab, res 743 ilillard, cor Genesee. 8. 

Murray James, lab, bds Tliomas Kenny. 

Murray James, lab, res opp D. AV. Ptust & Go's ship yard. 2. 

Murray ]\Iiss Julia, dress-maker, wks ilrs. Julia Bare. 

Murray Miss Maggie, wks Miss H. A. Donovan. 

Silk Wrappers and Strattx'rs at M. &. II. Koeli &, C'o'm. 

Murray Patrick, wks George Norlest. 

Murray Patrick, lab, res e s 14th, bet Cherry and Janes, -i. . 

]\[urray Thomas, lab, bds ^rremont ] louse. 

Murry dames, wilh (J. H. Doughty. 

Myers Edward, section foreman, l'\ & P. jM. R. R., res 518 
AV'ater. J2. 

Mycr Mrs. Elizabeth, wks J. F. Ewan. 

Myer l<Vank, wks and bds P. Zellner. 

Myer Frederick, lab, res e s fjincoln,bet Cherry and AValnut. C. , 

Myer Jacob, wks and bds P. Zellner. 

Myer Jacob, butcher, res w s Cass, bet Tuscola and Johnson. 3. 

Myer Josepli, lab, res Carroll, foot of l^ith. 8. 

Myer Mrs. Sarah (wid), res w s 13th, bet Johnson and Wads- 
worth. >?. 

Myers Chas., shoemaker, res s w cor Carroll and 5th. 2. 

Myers George L., tel opr American Telegraph oflice Bancroft 
House, bds same. 

Myers Ifenry, bds with Horace Mason, 

Myers Miss Kate, bds W. H. Mallette. 

Myers William R., ])uinter, res cor Potter and Rockwell. 3. 

Myers Vencel, lal), resCarroll, nr R. R. track. 2. 

Myre Charles, shoenuiker, res Carroll. 



198 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 

Myrcs George, lab, bds Thomas Kenny. 

Myres James, lab, res cor 5 th and Farwell. 

MYRES LEONARD, grocer, res cor n Wash'n and Gth. 

Nachtweih Arnold, cabinet-maker, res n a Franklin, bet Astorl 

and Miller. 9. 
NAE(aa;Y HENRY, prop'r Gilbert Honse, cor Franklin'^: 

and Potter. 2. 
Nafus William F., carpenter, c s Gth, bet Johnson and Tu8-'^| 

cola. 6. jl 

Narragon Frederick, lab, bds Abram F. Sharick. ''-^ 

Narrater Miss IVfargaret, wks D. Barton. *|i<! 

NARRETER LEONARD, saloon and b h, w s Mackinaw,*! 

cor Mill. 4. :J. 

Naumann Gottfriet, carpenter P. Ilang, res 3d. ' % 

Neandolf George, lab, res 5th, bet Kirk and Norman. 3. ixi 
Needham William, riverman, res s s Iless, e Mackinaw. 4. 
Neelin Miss Annie, tailoress, bds George A. Cruise. 
Neff Mrs. Eliza, milliner, Mackinaw, s Salina House, res same" p 

L<arge<it Stock in the State »t I^ittlc Jake's. 

Neff Mrs. Minnie, lives witii E. J. ]5arlo\v. 2. ^ 

Neidhardt Frederick, res n s German, bet 4tli and 5th, 5. ' ; 

Neimuu Frederick, lab, res s s Janes, cor Beecher. 2. 

Neilet l<'rank,lab, res e s Cornelia, bet Martha and McCoskry. 4, 

Netty Julius, painter, res s s Lapeer, near 14th. 

Nelson Charles, fireman, F. & P. I\I. K. U., bds Mary Ward. 

Nelson Charles S., fireman, F. & P. M. R. R. K 

Nelson C. K., plumber, bds D. 0. Donnell. 

Nelson Jnlius, sailor, res 513 Jefferson. 8. ' v 

Nelson Miss Lizzie, laundress Bancroft House. % 

Neman Miss I^Iinnie, bds C. Liberence. ' : 

Nerreter John, National Wine, Beer, and Billiard Hall, res ' 

4th, bqt German and Janes. 5. 
Nerreter Leonard, cufpenter, res w s Gth, bet German and 

Janes. 9. i^ 

Nesbitt William, molder, bds Patrick Ilourigan. 
Nester Timothy, contractor, olKco Owen blk, No 308 Genesee. 
Nestor James, mechanic, bds Martin Man ion. 
Netting Robert, i)ainter, shop F. & P. M. It. R. 
Neuman David, bds with Mrs. Jjottic Thomson. 
Neuman Henry, wks 0. Wenks. 



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Keumjin Henry (AVm. & Henry Neimiau). red 711 Johusou, 

bet Webster unci liockwell. 4. 
. Xeuinaii AVilliain (Win. & Henry Neumau), res ^v a 3d, bet 

(Jorman and Janes. 4. 
XEUMAN WM. &. lIENltY, grocers, cor Lapeer and Web- 

Bter. 
Xeiininger Daniel, butcher, bds Adam Baum. 
Keuningor Mrs. Lenna (wid Daniel Neuninger), bds Adam 

IJauni. 
Ncuninger Miss Nellie, home with Adam Baum. 
Nevins Arthur, lal), bds H. Goodman. 2. 
.Vevin Barnard, tailor, wks Frank G. Wilkin, res 703 Warren, 

cor Cherry. 8. 
Nevins James, 1st sergeant police, res Cass, bet Genesee and 

German. 2. 
Newcombe George K., lawyer, ollice Washington, bet Johnson 

and Tuscola. 
Newcombe Miss F. E., sales-lady Mrs. E. G. Hammond. 
Newman Aaron, upholsterer, res e s Park, bet Millard and 

Thompson. 4. 
Newman David J., driver Am. Ex. Co., bds Tom Smith. 

Ou« I'rito lit M. & II. Kotli & Co's. 

Newman John, wks Warner & Eastman. 

Newman Simeon D., elk T. D. Greggs, res Mackinaw, s Centre. 4- 

Newton Albert, elk, bds A. Birdsall. 

Newton Alfred W., elk, ollico R & P. M. R. II., Washington, 

bet Johnson and Tuscola. 
Newton Edward S., foreman AVickea Bros, res w s Jeflferson, 

bet Carroll and Miller. 
Newton Henry, sup't salt works, bds A. Birdsall. 
Newton James, barber, bds Isaac L. Wilson. 
NICODEMUS JACOB, music hall, n e cor Genesee and 

Cass, opp p office, res s s Genesee, bet Clay and Webster. 4. 
Nichodemus Peter, grocer, res William, cor Webster. 6. 
Nichol 11. Grant, clerk, bds Clark Curtis. 
Nichol Charles, sawyer, bds Andrew Borden. 
Nichol II. Grant, elk, gen'l ticket office F. & P. M. R. R., bds 

Clark Curtis. 
Nichol William, shingle sawyer, res Third, bet Miller and 

Potter. 3. 
Nicliolas Herbert G., book-keeper, bds Samuel H. Post. 

NichoU , book-keeper, bds C. M. Curtis. 

Nichols Daniel W., sawyer, J. S. Stevens, bds A. F. Sharick. 
Nichols Miss Eva, wks R. Vannorman. 



200 EAST SAGIKAW DIRECTORY. 

Nichols Lyraai], machinist, bds L. Kreis. fH 

Nichols Mary, wks Anson llobson. < '^; 

Nichols Miss Viola, Vannomian, 
Nichols AVilliani, teamster, res e s "Ward, bet German Colony ^S 

lioad and Atwater. 9, i^ 

Nicklas John, lab, bds Joseph Aslin. 
Nickol Charles, sawyer, C. & K. Ten Eyck. 
Nickols Miss Nedie, cook, Tremont House. 
Nickols Miss Oley, home with Tremont House. 
Nickol Wm., sawyer, C. & E. Ten Eyck. 

Niederstadt August, shoemaker, bds Jacob Ebel. 'U' 

Niederstadt Oohn, grocer, n s Iloyt, bet Maple and Welles, res'^. 

same. 3. 
Niedcr Miss Trese, wlis Stauber's Hotel. i 

Niemann J. Frederick, porter, Shaw, Bullard & Co., res cor^ 

Janes and Jk-echer. Vi 

Nienstedt Henry, grocer, res w s Warren, bet Jackson and % 

Fitzhugh. o. U* 

Nies Frank E.,propr Bancroft House barber shop, res AVebster,-''! 

bet Lapeer and Tuscola. .p. 

Niles (leorge F., cook, bds liechtel's Hotel. . 4^ 

Noble Alexander, lab, res n Wash'n. 4. 

x\«> ISaiileriiB;; at L.itlle Jake'ii. ^f^ 

Noble Levi, and Avife, lives with (Jilbert N. Perry. ' . "i 

Noble Joseph H., lumber insi)e('tor, odice over IVi Genesee, * 

res e s Webster, s of \Villiani. 
Nobles liobert, carj)entcr and joiner, bds Abram F. Sharick. 
Nochtweith Arnold, carpenter, F. & P. M. P. P. 
Noel Boniface, painter, res s s Merrill, bet Park and Webster. 8. 
Nolan Jeremiah, lab, bds ^Martin Manion. 
Nolan ■Michael, carpenter, bds Adam F. Sharick. 
Nolan Thomas, farmer, e s AVater, bet Brady and McCoskry. 3. 
NOLAN THOMAS, propr National Hotel, w s ilackinaw, n 

of n Miller. 3. 
Nolan AVilliam, carpenter, res e s Maple, s of McCoskry. 4. 
Nold John, Watrousville Plank. 4. 
Nolson John, mechanic, wks F. & P. M. depot. 
Nonveck Martin, lab, res s s AVadswurth, bet 10th and 11th. 8. 
Norcross Mrs. IJerthia, home with I. B. Nurcross. 
Norcross Fred. S., elk Bancroft House. 
NorcroHS Harry H., elk Tuscola House. 
NOUCROSS "lll^^NJlY W., propr Tuscola House, n c cor 

Franklin aud Joliiison. H. 
N0UCU0S8 ISRAEL JJ., propr Bancroft House, 8 w cor 

({enesee aud Wash'n. ;'. See advt. 



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Noris 5Iis3 Catherine, home William J. Bartow. 
Normandiu Edward, lab, bds A. Picard. 

Norris Mrs. Abbie, res e s Warren, bet Fitzhughand Carroll. 2. 
N'orris Charles M. (Wheat & Co.), res cor Mason and AVash- 
r I ington. 1. 

I ' Norris James II., piano tuner, bds Airs. A. Norris. 

Norton James, lab, res s of Gallagher, bet Wash'n and JefF'n. 2. 
Norton John W., bar-keeper, bds Henry Naegely. 
Norton John, lab, res s w cor Fitzhngh and Cass. 3. 
Northrup N.,gen'l frt agt F. & P. xM.P. P,, bds Bancroft House. 
Nourse John P., cliief elk auditor's otiico F. & P. M. 11. 11., res 
If' Warren, bet Carroll and Fitzhngh. 

NUMBERS EDWIN F., Avood'-tumer, shop Hoyt's shop nr 

Jilayflower Mills, bds cor Carroll and Wash'n. See advt. 
NU3IENVILLE MAXIME W., (al) physician, oflice n w 

cor Genesee and JelF'n, bds M. David, Lapeer. 
Nunnemacher Peter, lab, res n a Merrill, near Park. J. 
Nussbaum David, salt boiler, res c s Little, bet Main and 

Nimons. a. 
Nye Cain, teamster, res 4th, bet Kirk and Sears. 2. 
Nye Charles II., engineer Warner & Eastman, res 112 Iloyt, 
% bet Wash'n and AVater. 0. 



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Obenauer Ihnnia, teacher, res cor 10th and Johnson. 8. 

Obenough ]\Iiss Dora, wks L. C. Wood. 

Obodinc Burt, wks and bds 0. Obodine. 

Obodine Oakley, grocer, 210 n e cor Hoyt and Wash'n, res 
j: , Iloyt. 2. 

■* O'Brien Charles, elk, M. O'Brien, bds Everett House. 

O'Brien C. J., book-keeper, ilichael O'Brien. 

O'Brien Miss Elizabeth, chambermaid Bancroft House. 

O'Brien James, lab, bds Thomas Kenny. 

O'Brien Jame?, lab, res w s 2d, n of Hartsutf. •!. 

O'Brien James, lab, res s s Hess, bet ]\[iller and Little. 5. 

O'Brien (Wilson) Jennie, bds Crystal Palace. 

O'Brien John, wines and liquors, wholesale, Cass, nr Genesee. 

O'Brien Martin, llreman, J. S. Stevens. 

O'Brien John, wks J. S. Stevens. 

O'Brien John, plumber, bds D. 0. Donnell. 

O'Brien John, saloon, res w a Park, bet Millard and Thomp- 
son. 5. 

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202 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTOKY. ^ 



O'Brien Libby, chambermaid, Bancroft House. 

O'Brien Martin, fireman, F. & P. M. R. R., bds.Matliew Borland. 

O'BRIEN MICHAEL, dealer in wines, liquors and cigars, 

No. ]03 south Cass, postoffice block. - 

O'Brien and ]\Iillard (J. O'Brien and 0. Millard), dealers in f 

imported liquors, Franklin, bet Genesee and German. i;, 
O'Brien Patrick, lab, res Sixth, bet ]\riller and Sears. :' # 

O'Brien Simon, wiper, roundhouse F. & P. M. R. R., bds Mrs." 

B. Doyle. n', 

O'Brien Thomas, lab, F. & P. M. R. R., bds Benjamin Eaton. i;|' 
O'Brien Timothy, wiper, roundhouse F. & P. M. R. R., res e 8 ^«' 

Cornelia, near cor Martha. 9. ;^' 

O'Brien William, lub, res 4th, bet rink and Sears. i 4 .^ 

O'Brien William IL, raftsman, res n s Centre, w Sag. City &'i| 

St. Clair R. R. 
O'Callaghan Patrick, painter, cor Norman and 3d. 
O'Connell Cornelius, lab, res 5th, bet Kirk and Sears. 
O'Connell John, lab, res 5th, bet Kirk and Sears. 1. 
O'Connell Richard, lab, bds Mathew Borland. fj 

O'Connell Thomas, yard-man, F. & P. M. R. R., res 5tb, bet '^^ 

Kirk and Sears. 4. ija 

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O'Conner Miss Catherine, wks J. J. Wheeler. 

O'Connor John, carpenter, F. & P. ]\I. R. R. depot, res 4th, bet 
CJarroll and Miller. 4. 

O'Connor ]\lary A., wka T. B. Spencer. 

Oddler Henry, lab, res w s 14th, bet Janes and Lapeer. 3. 

OBEY J. W., barber, shop Genesee, cor Jeflfn, res JeflTn. 2. 

Odish Thomas, sawyer, res cor 5th and Kirk. 4. 

O'Donnel Mrs. Ann, washer, res e s Webster, bet Carroll and 
Fitzhugh. 1. 

O'Donnell Elizabeth, home with Daniel Cassey. 

O'DONNEL JOHN, dry goods, groceries, provisions, crock- 
ery, hardware, opp Salina House, res Mackinaw, s of Main. 

D'Donnefl Maurice, lab, res cor 5th and Sears. 2. 

O'Donnell Patrick A., lumberman, res e s Washington, s of n 
Miller. 2. 

O'Donnel Patrick, wks Wm. L. Webber. 

Otiicer Miss Sarah, wka mitten factory, bds Mrs. Sarah Officer, 
mother. 

Ogden , captain, res s w cor Auncsly and Ist. 5. 

Ogg Nelson, lab, wks Jesse lloyt. 

O'Gorman John, blacksmith, res 3d, No 824, bet Kirk and 
Sears. 4. 



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O'Grady James, lab, res 4th, bet Miller and Sears. 3. 

O'drady Patrick, grocer, res cor 4tli and Sears. 
^[ . Ohland Christ, lab, res e s 3d, bet German and Lapeer. 2 
* ^ Uiilaud Frederick, bar-keeper, II, Ileinland, res 3d, bet John- 
son and Tuscola. 

Ohoro Frank, riverman, bds Garvin House. 

O'Keef Patrick (reg) physician, office White's blk, s Wash'n. 

Okcs Thomas, riverman, res e s Miller, s of Centre. G. 

Oliand Frederick, lab, res 210 e s Rockwell, bet Johnson and 
Tuscola. 4. 

Olaud Henry, lab, res No. 1022 s s Lapeer, bet 7th and 8th. 3. 

Oliand Joseph, lab, res w s 3d, bet Johnson and Tuscola. 3! 

Oldfield Levi, wiper roundhonse,"F. & P. M. 11. 11. 

Oldenburg Miss Dora, wks L. C. Wood. 

Olds William, soap maker, res C18 AVebster. 3. 

Olds William, & Co., dealers in soap, tallow, and potash, res 
No. CIS Webster, bet Chcsnut and Cherry. 2. 

O'Leary Jeremiah, wiper, roundhouse, F. & P. M. R R 

O'Leary Henry, lab, F. & P. M. R. R. 

O'Lery Henry, lab, bds Jeremiah O'Lery. 

O'Lery Jeremiah, res 5th, bet Kirk and Norman. 3. 

L,uinberinen'a ISuppIies at M. & II. Koch & Co's. 



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Oles Charles, saloon, res w s Rockwell, bet Carrol and Fitz- 

hugh. 5. 
Olin Charles, wks Feige Bros. 
Oliver George, res n s Tuscola, bet 3d and 4th. 
Oliver Joshua W., lab, bds D. Mclntyre. 

Oliver Jackson J., lab, res 921 n s Tuscola, bet 3d and 4th. 4. 
Oliver Thomas, police, res cor Tuscola and 3d. 4. 
O'Louglilin Martin, lab, res 6th, bet Miller and Sears. 2. 
Oltner Joseph, lab, res s s Eaton, bet Wash'n and Mackinaw. 3. 
Olraer George, lab, res s s German, bet Rockwell and 3d. 5. 
O'Miller John, car inspector, res cor Kirk and Gth. 1. 
O'Neal Edward, lab, res 414 e s4th, bet Fitzhugh and Carroll. 3. 
O'Neil Edward, harness-maker, bds H. I). Bruce. 
^ O'Neil E. C, harness-maker, wks P. Yeaton & Co. 

O'Neal John, sawyer, res n s Linton, bet Washington and 

Mackinaw. 2. 
O'Neal Loui, elk, bds 501 Carroll. 
Oppermann Carl, harness-maker, shop Genesee, cor Webster. 

res same. 4. 
Oppermann Frederick, furrier, res w s Webster, bet Merrill 

and Mott. 8. 



Orett Joseph, res c s Eleventh, bet Carroll. 5. 



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O'Riley Charles, lab, bds Martin Maiiion. ^ -h 

Ortmann Charles L., logs and lumberman, office over 113 

Genesee, res Jefferson, bet Hayden and William. 
Ortmann Charles, lab, bds 13ohm and Miller. 
Ormsby Edwin, propr Ocean AVavc, e s Franklin, bet Fitz- 

hugh and Carroll, ii. 
Orvis Seymour, mechanic, bds William H. Race. 
Osborn Miss Alice, dressmaker, bds W. Paulson. 
Osborn John, cupt tug " Nellie Cotton," res 314 e s Cass. 
Osborn Martin C, boots and shoes, res ll'-23 Hoyt. 4. 
Oscar Joseph, sawyer, C. & E. Ten Eyck. 

Oscar J , lab, wks Jesse Iloyt. 

Osker Joseph, lab, res n s Wadsworth, bet 10th and llth. 

Osmen James, lab, bds J. AVilkes. 

Osmond Miss Caroline, lives with J. Cudley. 

O'Strander Alonzo, "wks J. S. Stevens. 

Ostrandler Henry, res w s Clay, bet Johnson and Tuscola. 3.1| 

Odtrander Alanso, lab, res oth, bet Miller and Sears. 4. x' 

Otis Milton, carriage-trimmer W. S. Houghton. 

Otres , carriage-trimmer, bds Albert McKee. See name 



above. 



fiJtIle Jake A: Co., Wisiicr ISIock. 



Otto Augusta, cigar manufr, 117 s Water, res same; will 
move. 2. ' < ^ 

Otto Augustus, elk W. Barrie. 

Otto Eiaucis, eigur manufr, 1 17 s Water, res same. , > •, 

Otto I^liss (Jcrtiude, lives W. O. Ashman. .U ' 

Ott C, wks Sears & Holland. ^ ; 

Ott (Jeorge, wks Sears & Holland. > 

Oct Willuim, lab, bds Lynch Hotel. 

Oviat , operator, F. & T. U. K. K., bds Mary Ward. ' • 

Oven Charles, lab, wks Jesse Hoyt. 

Oven Chas., lab, res w s 8th, bet Johnson and Wadsworth. 2. 

Oven Fred, lab, res av s 8tli, bet Johnson and Wadsworth. 3. 

Oven John, lab, wks Jesse Hoyt. 

Overton Jeremiah, carpenter, res e s AVash'n, bet ^[cCoskry 
and Atwater. 5. 

OVEN & ALLEN (Henry Owen and Charles Allen), gro- 
cers, 500 Cene-see, and 105 Jclfereon. 

Owen & Brewer (John (L Owen, A. P. Brewer), manufactur- 
ers and dealers in lumber, Owen's blk, s s Genesee, mill 
e, lormerly Mcijean mill. 

Owen Henry (Owen & Allen), res Vassar plank, outside city 
limits, ii. 

Owen Edwin, car])entcj-, bds G. Davis. 



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Owen Edward, cooper, bds 11. Clark. 

Owen Henry, grocer, Robinson blk, bds W. Hutton. 2. 

Owens Henry Gardner, e s 2d, bet Cherry and Chesnut. C. 

Owens Mrs. , bds Mrs. Barbara Murdock. 

Owen John G., lumberman, res s e cor Welles and Phelon. 7. 
Owen John S., lumber merchant, bds A. Hust. 3. 

P. 

Packer James W., cif^ar peddler, res Genesee, junction Hoyt. G. 
Packer Ijorcnzo I),, dealer in cigars, res e s Genesee, opp 

lloyt. 4. 
Packer Payne ^V., res e s Genesee, e end Hoyt. 3. 
Packard William, lab, Miller, bet 14th and 15th. 5. 
Padden Palmer, pile-driver, res s s Lapeer, bet AVarren and 

Tuscola. 10. 
PADDOCK MRS. W. D., hair-dresser, cor German and 

AVashington, up stairs. See advt. 
Paddock AVilliam D., carriage painter, W. S. Houghton, res 

cor German and AVashington. 3. 
Padzer Daniel, carpenter, res Kockwell, bet Aster and Miller. 2 » 

Fine Custom Work at M. &. II. Koch & Co'.^. 

Page Augustus, res n s Tuscola, bet Franklin and Johnson. 4. 

Page George, i)orter J)erby & Co. 

Piggott AViiliam G., chair-maker Feige Pros., res s s AVarren, 
bet Cherry and Thompson. G. 

Paige Mrs. Carrie A., sales-lady Mrs. E. G. Hammond. 

Paige Miss E., sales-lady Mrs. E. G. Hammond. 

Palm Christopher, undertaker, res s s Lapeer, cor 3d. 5. 

PALM FREDERICK, furniture dealer, 512 Genesee, bet 
Jefferson and AVarren, res cor AVarren and Tuscola. 3. 

Palm Minnie, with C. Palm. 

Palmer Cyrus, tail sawyer Eaton, Potter & Co. 

Palmer Mrs. Emma, prop'r AVelcome Home, e s Lapeer. 

Palmer Leopard, carpenter, res e s AVater, bet German Colony 
Road and Bristol. 3. 

Panet Mrs. Catharine (wid), res 307 Janes. 3. 

Panitzsch Edward, glove-maker, res 507 Lapeer, bet Rockwell 
and 3d. 3. 

Paquette Charles, lab, bds A. Picard. 

I'aquctle Joseph, Grant Ffouse, res s w s J'Vanklin, cor Astor. 

Paquette Samuel, lab, bds Josej)h Paquette. 

Pariell George, lab, bds 1). MacTntyre. 

Parke Amos S., blacksmith, res n c cor AVelles and Reming- 
ton. 4. 



206 EAST SAQIIh'AW directoky. 

Park Edward, tinsmith, res w s Webster, bet Chesnut and 

Cherry. 4. 
Park Edwin, wks gas-light office. 
Parke Amos S., blacksmith, shop 807 Water. 
Parke Christopher C, blacksmith, res w s Mackinaw, s of Doug- ^^ 

las. 3. .^ 

Parke Dexter, aged, lives 11. Still. ■ ;m. 

Parker Delos, wks and bds J. E. Sparrow. "'^j. 

Parker, Miss Mary E., elk, Davis, Goldstone & Co., bds H. D. i' 

Bruce. 
Parker Teressa, wks American House. 
Parkhuss Jay C, elk, Clark & Ellis, dry goods, res s s Carrol, . 

cor Water, li. 
Parker Thomas, lab, res Miller, bet Gth and 7th. 3. > t.;. 

Parka Mrs. Charlotte, housekeeper, Everett House. . ' s^ 

Parmenter Robert R., propr Young America saloon, cor Lapeer p 

and AYarren. 2. , j,^^ 

Parmer (J*almcr) Siras, bds J. J. Ilosmer. *:^. 

Parsons Abdiel C. (Parsons' Business College), bds Mrs. E. A. 

Smith. 

IJttIo Juke & €o., ''Boss" Clothiers of tlio State. 

Parsons Edwin ]M., P. M. at Terry station, also elk Terry, ;!' 

Seely & Co., res B. P. Seely, w s Washington, bet Hayden 

and Williams. , ^,^ 

Parsons Hiram (Parsons' Business College), bds Mrs. E. A. -k^ 

Smith. 
Parsons William, book-keeper (Mowbray & Ilichardson), 

brewery, res bet Jlackinaw and Sag. City & St. Clair R. 

P. 3. 
Partello Dwiglit, peanut-stand, bds Miss E. Welch. 
Parth Prances, bds with Horace Mason. 
Parth John, carpenter, bds Daniel Padzer. 
Partridge Ambrose, lab, res e s Little, s of Nimons. 5. 
Partridge Anson J., carpenter, res e s Bates, bet Elm and . 

Emerson, -i. 
Partridge John B., elk and bds J. A. Putnam (& Co.) 

Partridge , res s s Nimons, bet Mackinaw and Ballard. 2. 

Passage Andrew B., lumber inspector, res n e cor Brady and 

Washington. 3. 
Passage H. IL, brakeman L\ & P. M. R. R., bds William H. 

Race. 
Paasmoru Miner JL, nuichinist, res w s Washington, bet Brady 

and McCoykry. ■]. 
Passno Joseph, hsawyer fchipyanl, res e s Maple, bet Martha and 

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TASSOLT HENRY, soap chandler, factory s s McCoskry, 

w of Jeff'n, res adjaceat. See advt. !). 
Passolt Herman, bds Excelsior House. 
Patrick Louis, ship carpenter, bds Joseph Asliu. 
; I'atsky C, wks Sears & Holland. 

Patten James, ship carpenter, bds J. Clark. 3. 

Patterson Delon ]*]., explorer of pine lands, res e Washington, 

bet Carroll and JMiller. 5. 
Paters "William, lab, bds Michael Connery. 
Paterson Oliver J., tiler, res w s Cornelia, n Atwatcr. 
feft Patterson Miss Mary, wks D. It. King. 

Patterson Henry, machinist, res n s lirady, bet Water and 

Washington. 2. 
Patterson John, carpenter, res Gth, bet English and Norman. ;;J. 
Payne AVilliam, lab, bds Jtlatheu' liorlund. 
Peacock Henry B., res w y jlllackinaw, s of Mill. 4, 
Pearson Alfred E., grocer, res od, bet Eitzhugh and Johnson. 
Pearson George, lab, bds Garvin House. 
'I Peck Benjamin, teamster, C. & E. Ten Eyck, res s e cor Carroll 

and 0th. 

Elegant Clothing at M. & II. Koch & Co's. 

PECK DANIEL 0. (Peck & Co.), broker, res 311 4th. 2. 
Peck D. G., & Co. (D. G. Peck and G. E. Peck), loan brokers, 
office 100 c s Jefferson, bet Genesee and Tuscola. Sec 
advt. 

. Peck George, manuf'r of square timber, res Janes, near Free- 

' dom. 3. 

Peck George W., atty, res 707 Wash'n. 4. 
lU Pecken Joseph, lab, res w s 7th, bet Carroll and Wadsworth. 7. 

( Pecheck Joseph, lab, res n s Wadsworth, near If. K. 8. 

Peek Jermain A., carpenter, res s s Brady, bet Jefferson and 

Welles. 5. 
Peglay Mrs., home with William ]I. Kace. 
PeKevelur Augustus, lab, wks Jesse Hoyt. 
Pelon Mitchel, watchman, wks Jesse Hoyt. 
Pendell Bros.'(Henry and Charles Pendeil), grocers, 423 Gen- 
^ esee. 

, Pendell Henry (Pendell Bros.), res Warren, bet Cherry and 

Thompson. 3. 
Pendell Henry, upholsterer, res n s Ciierry, bet AVebster and 

Warren. 3. 
Pendell Charles (Pendell Bros.), bds John W. Earrell. 
Pennder James, wks A. F. Bartlett, res e s Cornelia, bet Martha 
and McCuskrv. 3. 



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208 EAST SAGINAW DIHECTORY. 



Pendergast iPatiick, lab, res 7th, bet Kirk and Sears. U. 

Pendergast Philip, lab, bds Oscar Hull. 

Pendew Henry II., furniture dealer, AVasliington. bet GermftnH 

and William, res Cherry, bet Webster and Warren. 3. 
Penfield Ed\vard P. (E. P. & II. S. Penfield), dry goods, 104 , 

Genesee, res e s AVashington, bet Fitzhugh and Carroll. 4,^ 
Pennington S. Howard, auctioneer N. McAuliffe, bds Everett"^ 

House. 
Penny A. K. & Son (A. K. Penny and 0. K. Penny), dealerU 

in hats, caps, furs, trunks and valises. No 302 Genesee,* 

opp Everett House. 
Penny Aaron K. (A. K. Penny & Son), res cor Jefferson and 'Wt-* 

Millard. 4. m\ 

Penny Charles K. (A. K. Penny & Son), res cor Cuss and 

^Millard. Aiti * 

Penny Joseph, lab, res cor 5th and Farwell. iv/^ 

Penny John, lab, bds Farmers' Home. 

Perkinghom Christ., lab, res w s 5th, bet Carroll and Fitz- 
hugh. 5. 
Pevber Edward, mason, bds A. Grohmanu. 
Perkins B., sailor, res Cuss, bet Genesee and German. 2. 
Perkins Daniel W., attorney-at-law, bds Mrs. J. L. Glynn. 54. -i'^* 

Patronize the "Boss" Clotliicrii, Little Juke Ac Co. m 

Perkins Mrs. David, home Avitli W. Haines. M . 

Perkins Daniel ^Y. (Perkins •!(:, Edget), res Cass, bet Fitzhugh ';|| ^' 
and Johnson. 2. -'?f I 

VEUKINS & EDGET (D. AV. audi. A.), attorneys.at-law,|j 
oHice No. 3 Penny blk, Genesee, cor Franklin. 

Perkins Edwin (i., carpenter, res w s 0th, bet Miller and Car- 
roll. 2. 

Perkins James, machinist, Merrill & Bacon. 

Perkins Joseph, teamster, bds IMaggie Herbert, 501 CarrolL 

Perkins G. E., mechanic, F. & P. M. E. R. 

Perrin Thomas, lumberman, res n w cor Brady and Jeff'n. 5. 

Perry & Becker (Ebenezer W. Perry, Oliver 0. Becker), auc- 
tion, cigars, and tobacco store, 128 s Wash'n, Becker 
rooms over store. 2. 

Perry Ebenezer AV. (Perry & Becker), res cor Tuscola and 
Webster. 

Perry Miss Annie, home with AVilliam M. Gallagher. 

Pesick Martain, cigar maker, res w s 13th, bet Carroll and 
Wadsworth. 0. 

l*erry Edward, barber, G. AV. Dawson, res n s Tuscola, bet 8th 
and Oth. 2. 



CAST SAfUNAAV inUKCTOUV. 209 



IVrrv tJilbert N., liiinbormuu, res c s lltli, bcL Wjulsworth and 

Johiiison. G. 
I'erry James ^V., painter, res Webster, bet Lapeer and Tus- 
cola. 2 

Pcrreault John, lab, bds A. Picard. 

I'erry liobert, lumberman, bds American House. 

I'crry .Samuel, Avks Enterprise oflice. 

IVrry Sirous, lumbennan, res 410 lUh, bet Wiidsworth and 
Johnson. 

I'feil Frederick, engineer, J'eige Bros., res e s 1st, bet Annesly 
and Chesnut. .'}. 

I'llueger John N., elk, Morley Bros., res 401 Janes, cor 5th. 7. 

i'helon E. M., a.srent Oneida Salt & Lumber Co., office 
Smith's blk, Wash'n, bet German and Genesee. 

Thelps Frank E., Avks A'arieties, bds J. J. lleamer. 

Philbert Joseph, lab, bds Josepli I'arquette. 

Phillips Miss Alvirah, wks J. W. llutton. 

I'hiliips Robert, dealer in fancy goods and millinery, res Web- 
ster, bet Millard and Thom})son. 

Philips S. W., blacksmith, F. & P. ]\[. K. II. 

Perkins George T., engineer, res e s Jefferson, bet Emerson 
and ]loyt. 5. 



Largest S«o4'k of Clolliiii^ at Itl. & II. Koch &. Co's. 

Perzl Caroline, wks F. (Jillett. 

Peter James B., att'y, ollicc city bldg, over P. 0.,bds cor Maple 
and Welles, Jlrs. M. B. Morse. 

Peters (Jharles IL, pressman, res e s Gtli, bet Lapeer and Tus- 
cola. 4. 

Peters Henry, wks Feige Bros. 

Peters Joseph, wks F. & P. M. depot. 

Peters !Miss Sedonia, home with Horace T. Slade. 

Peters William, mechanic, F. & P. M. depot. 

Petis William, lab, res Webster, bet German and William. 2. 

Peters William, res Watrousville Plank Koad. 4. 

Peterson Carl, carpenter, F. & P. M. P. P. 

Peterson Charles, cabinet-maker, res High, s of Walnut. 5. 

Peterson John, waiter Everett House. 

Peterson Olle, butcher, bds Averill House. 

Peterson Thomas, lab, bds John A. McMahon. 

Pettyplace Nelson A., lab, res w s Cornelia, near Atwater. 5. 

I'ick Ignatz, elk Schott & Co., bds Stauber's Jfotel. 

I'ick Julius, salesman, bds Stunber's Hotel. 

IMCAIM) ALFJMOJ), ])rop'r l'eoi)Ie'.s Hotel, n e cor Miller 
and Water. 5. 

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210 EAST SA.OINAW DIUECTOUY. 

Picard Joseph, lab, bds Joseph Aslin. 

Picbenor J. P., asst snpt Jesse lloyt's mill, cor Jefferson and 

Carroll. 
Pickard William II., lumberman, res cor Elm and Warren. 4. 
Pickett Joseph, riverman, bds J. S. Smith. 
Pickley AVilliam, lab, res Franklin, bet German and William. 3. 
Pickor Julia (wid), res 40G Maple. 5. 
Pierce Owen, drayman, res cor 5tli and Miller. 
Pierce Miss Sarah E., home with John Quelch. ''il 

Pierce AVilliam J., carpenter, bds J. H. Overton. tr| 

Pierson Alfred F., grocer, cor 20G Washinc^ton. 
Pierson Allen F., grocer, Ilovey blk, 20G n Wash'n, res w'il 

od, bet Fitzhugh and Johnson. 4. 
Pierson Ilarvcy, Avks James Gordon Cameron, res 8 e cor 6th 'f 

and Johnson. 5. 
Pierson James, clerk, bds n w cor Jackson and Warren. 
Pierson John, lab, bds Thomas Kenny. 
Picrt Edwin, lab, bds John A. McMahon. 
Pine Thomas, moulder, bds J. C. McQuillcn. 
PINET ALFRED N., lumber inspector, oftice over 211 n^ 

Water, res cor 4th and Janes. 

Little Juke &, Co. Uiidcri^ell Everybody. 

PINET ADOLPK A., lumber inspector, olhce over 211 n ? 
Water. , . 

Pinney Ilurlbert II., res n e cor Thompson and Genesee. 3. | 

Pike William, ship carpenter, bds I^frs. JL McAuley. ' •'^S 

Piper George, blacksmith, W. Williamson, bds J. Ashman. "I 

Piper Royal II., blacksmitii, res n 2d, bet Farwell and Kirk. 

Pirnie John, res Astor, bet Franklin and Wash'n. 4. 

Pitcher James, painter, wks Burt & Loomis. 

Pixley Thomas, sailor, bds Daniel Forrest. 

Poack Martin, shoemaker, bds Fred Brueck. 

Pocket Adeline, laundress, Everett House. 

Pockett Michael, Avkg Mowbray & Richardson, bds Joseph 
Wells. 

Polyquin George, ship carpenter, bds Joseph Aslin. 

Pomeroy Albert, bds J. Youmans. 

Pope Miss Barbary, wks P. H. Andrews. 

Pope Miss ftlargaret, wks 0. S. Thompson. 

Poppcm Thomas, riverman, bds D. Chriscadan. 

Poquette Jeremiah, lab, res n s Miller, near cor Water. 

Poquette Joseph, blacksmith, res n s Miller, nr cor Water. 4. 

Posanski Mrs. Mary (wid), wh s s William, bet Clay and Gen- 
esee. 2. 

Post Charles, lab, w.i Ith, brt Kirk and Nornjan. 1. 




EAST SAOINAW DIRECTOUY. 211 

r»>iit Daniel W., elk, res Washington, Sag. & St. Clair City R. 

R. crossing. 5. 
Voit Daniel "\Y., -wks Alfred J\ Piersons. 
Poflt Cieorge, cooi)er T. AY. Stihvell, bds Maggie Hubert, cor 

Carroll and AVash'n. 
Post Samuel II., elk Mosher & Mickloy, res e s Jefferson, cor 

William. 
Poetel Joseph, wks C. & E. Ten Eyck. 
I'ostcl Miss Kate, wks Ilev. J. S. Goodman. 
I'otter Dr. Henry C, secy and treas F. & P. M. R. R., res 

ess Jefferson, bet Remington and German Colony road. 5. 
Potter Stinson B., lab, res 4tli, bet Kirk and Sears. 
I'otvein Joseph, lab, bds Joseph Parquettc. 
Poulson Wallace, carpenter, res ^v s 0th, bet Janes and Ger- 
man. See Powelson. 4. 
Powell John, elk, A. B. Wood. 
Powell Ira E., carpenter, res over 128 s AVasli'n. 3. 
Powers William, peddler, res n s Randolph, bet Jefferson and 

AVashington. 0. 
Powelson Wallace, carpenter and joiner, wks DePew Bros., res 

Gth, cor Janes. See Poulson. 4. 

Lowest Prices at M. & II. Koch & Co's. 

Powley Charles, saloon, 511 Genesee. 2. 

Planley Anthony, ship carpenter, bds J. R. Wilkin. 

Pines Sherman, engineer, res n s Carroll, bet 5th and Gth. 12. 

Plumb ii^raiik, traveling agent, Taggett, Plumb & Co., bds 
Everett House. 

Plumb Mrs. Laura M. (wid .lefferson C. Plumb), bds II. S. 
Wilson, Warren. 

Plume John, teamster, res e s 4th, bet German and Janes. 7. 

Plume Wm., machinist, AViekes Bros. 

Plumet Henry, lab, res e s 7th, bet Wadsworth and John- 
son. 5. 

Plumet Fred, lab, res e s 7th, bet AVadsworth and Johnson. 7. 

Plunket Richard, ^musician, bds Jefferson. 

Prall David I., undertaker, w s Jefferson, bet Genesee and Ger- 
man, res 301 Cherry, cor AVebstcr. 3. 

Prall Delbert K, manager MEDICAL HALL, cor AVaah- 
ingtou and Mackinaw, opp Salina House. 

Pratt Homer, engineer, res w s Rockwell, bet Carroll and 
Miller, 2. 

Pratt Uosea A., lumber inspector, res w s Welles, betlloytand 
I'hompson. 4. 

Pratt Mlsa Jennie, livchi with '1'. D. Mower. 



212 EAST SAOIXAW DIUECTORY. 



Pratt Scott, engineer, bds II. Pratt. v' 

Prenilergiist John, sawyer, res ii s ]\[a.son, bet Cass and Frank- 
lin. 2. 
Prevost Ciiarles, lab, bds Tremoiit House. " 

Pressor William II., '•' Sao;ina\v .Saw Works," sa^r agfc and 

repairer, 124 n Water, Biickhout's blk, res n s Carroll, bet 

Warren and Rockwell. 0. 
Presser William II., merchant, res e s Franklin, bet Aster and 

Jefferson. See name above. G. 
Prestou Edward, saw maker and repairer, shop cor Aster and 

Washington, resGlS Washington, bet Astor and Miller. 6. 
Preston ]\Iiss Elizabeth, home with Edward Preston. 
Preston AVilliam, surveyor, bds Tuscola House. ' 

Price Frederick C., lab, res 118 w s r)th, bet (ierman and 

Lapeer. 5. 
Priess Christian, warehouseman, James Stewart & Co., bds 

Charles Benthein. 
Pries Henry, police ollicer, res w s 8th, l)et Johnson and Wad»- 

worth. 7. 
Primot John, lab, bds Joseph Aslin. *^ 

Pritchard Mrs. Harriet, wks Alexander House. 

One Price to all ut Little Jake & Co's. 

Proux Edward, lab, res cor Kirk and 3d. 3. 
Proux Henry, lab, bds Edward Proux. ■ , 'Li 

Pruta Joseph, porter Derby & Co. '4' 

Pulver Mrs. Lydia (wid AVilliam Pulver), bds Isaac S. Allen. 
Pup Met., cabinet-maker, res w s Cla}', bet German and 

Jjapeer. 2. 
Putnam J. A. & Co. (J. A. Putnam, Charles K. Ilobinsou), 

commission paper house dealers, e s n Water, ^Merchants'* 

block. 
Putnam John A. (Putnam & Ilobinson), res n s Janes, cor 

2d. G. 
Putnam Miss May L., res cor (Jenesec and Washington. 



Q. 



Quinn John, sawyer J. S. Stevens. 

Cjualmann Wm., wks Mayllower Mills. 

Quinn Ephraim P., salesman Derby & (Jo., bds Mrs. dates,. 

Washington. 
C^uackenbush Abner li., wks C. Leed, bds E. Leonard, 
(^uackcnbush James, cooper, bds Miiry A. l^'ournier. 
(iuackeiibusb Jis.sr II., liinibcriiuiu, res n H lless,e Mackinaw. 5- 



EAbT SAOINAW iJlUECTOliY. > 213 

Quuckonbusli J. J., supt, bds Bancroft llousi?. 

guttckeiibusli Lewis W., cooper T. W. Stilwell, bils Wasli'n, nr 

Astor. 

Qiiebcck , lub^ res n s Carroll. S. 

t^iielch John, lab, res cor Kirk and 3d. 3. 

Quick Abram E., lab, res n s iless, e Mackinaw. G. 

Qiiinn liarnabas, filer, bds Patrick Ilourigan. 

Qiiiim James, ship car])enter, bds Mrs. II. ]\IcAuley. 

l^uiuu John, lab, res n w cor Thompson and Franklin. 5. 

Quinu John, sawyer, bds Andrew Borden. 

Quinn Thomas M., niechanic, F. & P. M. depot. 

yuiuu , elk, bds Mrs. M. Gates. 

Quiniiin Lewis, root beer and pop manuf'r, res and mauu- 

factnry, 1228 Genesee. 3. 
Quounce James, bds J. Ashman. 

R. 

Rabe Clem, lab, res s 9th, bet Carroll and Wadsworth. G. 
RACE WILLIAM IL, prop'r Irving House, Potter, opp F. 
& P. M. R. K. depot. 4. 

Only one Price at M. & II. Koch & Co's. 

Racke Jacob (Peter and Jacob llacke), brewers, brewery and 

res s s Lapeer, cor Clay. 2. 
Rtickstraw Alfred, watchmaker T. E. Daughty, bds Everett 

House. 
![ . Rudemacher Charles II., machinist Wickes Bros, res n e cor 

3d and Carroll. 2. 
Kademacher Fred. AV., machinist Wickes Bros., bds Charles H. 

Rademacher, res cor 3d and Carroll. 
Raders Hugh, lab, bds Farmers' Home. 
Racka Henry, lab, res German, bet Otli and 10th. 4. 
Raepke William, lab, F. & P. M. K. P. 
Rainsborough Thomas, lab, res e s Little, s of Nimous. 5. 
Rakie A. W., book-keeper J. Stewart, bds Everett House. 
RuUis John, salobn, e s Mackinaw, n of postolhce. 9. 
Ralph Miss Anna M. (col), liair-dresser, room A, Hovoy blk, 

n Washington. 
Ralston John C, soap-maker. Wm. Olds, res Cass, bet Genesee 

and German. 5. 
Rambo Elias, engineer, Eaton, Potter & Co., res s s of u Mil- 
ler, 8 of King. 3. 
Rambo Peter, carpenter, res e s King, s of Eaton. 5. 
Ramgcr Gilbert, lab, res n s C'lierry, w of Lincoln. 3, 



214 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 



Ramger Mrs. Jane, wks F. Murray. 

Ramsey Alexander, boiler maker, T. Steele. 

Ramsey Andrew, muc'hinist, res s s McCoskry, n Jefferson. 4,| 

Ramsey Walter, bds William Bannerman. 

Ramsey William M., lab, bds William liannerman. 

Ramsay William, coppersmith, F. & P. M. R. R. 

Ranahan Morris, appc AVickes Bros., bds parents, Miller. 

Randall Dempster, drayman, res w s Park, bet Chesnnt anid^ 

Cherry. 9. 
Randall George H., dealer in and repairer of salt kettles, P»^ 

503 Maple, cor of Emerson. 3. 
Randall James T., photographer, s w cor Cass and Genesee,* i 

res e s AVarren, bet Carroll and Fitzhugh. 4. ]!• 

Randall John, lab, res e s Webster, bot Rust and Centre. 6. .,^" 
Randall Mrs. Mary (wid Henry), res w s Jefferson, bet Johnson*-^* 

and Tuscola. . t' 

Randall Nicholas A., propr Valentine House, s s Randolph, (pj^ 

of Washington. 3. '•M\ 

Randall Mrs. Sophronia A., lives Avith J. T. Randall. ''uW, 

Randall AVilliam 0., carpenter, res n e cor 1st and Hartsuff/4.5] 

. w 

LarffCHt Stock in the State at Little Jake's. k,. 



llANKIN AUSTIN L., detective and deputy sheriff, office | 
over 317 Genesee, res C13 JeffcTson, bet Iloyt and "Wil-.f/ 
liam. See advt. , '^r 

Ranstord liyron h. (Dillingham & Ransfurd), res over 128 8 
Washington, cor (Jerinan. 3. 

Iiavsc Jacob, res e s 3d, bet German and Janes. 4. 

Raquet Jacob, brewery and saloon, AVarreu, bet Lapeer and 
Tuscola. See Raeke. 5. 

Rasaka Fred., mcrch't tailor, res Sth, bet Genesee and Lapeer. 5 

Rusted Charles, lab, F. & P. M. R. R. 

Rathbun Charles, carpenter, res GLh, bet Kirk and Norman. 3. 

Rathborn Harvey, elk, bds Valentine House. 

llaupp Temodious, butcher, nuirket and res e s Gth, bet Ger- 
man and Lapeer. 5. 

Ray Miss' Louisa, home with John Lyons. 

llazin Morris, . 

Ray Thomas F., book-keeper ^forley liros., res 311 Janes, cor 
4th. 2. 

Raymond Francis, lab, res w s Little, s of Nimons. 4. 

Rayno William, lab, bds J. Armstrong. 

Waynolds Jilis. Mary, lives with Edmond Fitzgerald, 

Reach Charles, res Tuscola, bet Clay and 3d. 4. 

Keach luvd, lab, res o s Hlh, bet Wadsworth and Johnson. 4. 



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EAST BAGINAW DIRECTORY. 215 

Rt-ady Cliarles, lab, res e s Welles, bet Bradv and Mason. 5. 

Ileading Mrs. Rachel, bds C. W. With am. 

Keam J. II., wks Feige Bros. 

Heaume Daniel, elk Schott & Co., res 320 3d, bet German and 
Janes. 2. 

REAMER JOHN J., saloon and boarding house, w s Jef- 
ferson, bet German and Genesee, i. 

Ueamer John, lab, bds J. J. Reamer. 

Heamer Joseph, bds J. J. Reamer. 

Ueardou Mrs. Elizabeth, res Webster, bet Lapeer and Tuscola. 3. 

Uoardon John, lab, res n AVashiuf^'ton, bet oth and Gth. 3. 

Reason Morris, book-keeper, bds D. 0. Donnell. 

Reatna William, lab, res s s Johnson, near R. li. 3. 

Kebecoy Charles, bds Z. Storms. 

Rebick Wm., lab, res cor Johnson and 11th. 3. 

Recine Lewis, lab, bds Mrs. M. Riordan. 

Rechcnbach Henry, res Wadsworth, bet 10th and 11th. See 
Eschenbach's. 2. 

Rector William, lab, res e s Gth, bet Johnson and Tuscola. 4. 

Redfield Mrs. Julia (wid Richard Redfield), bds A. Ostrander. 

Clotliiii;^^ ut WliolCKnlc at M. & II. Koch & CoX 

Redmond Henry, lab, bds National House. 

Redman Lewis, brewery, res cor 4th and I'ltzhugh. 

Redmond Aidan D., elk Moslier & Mickley, res w s Jefferson, 
bet T^apcer and Tuscola. 

Redson Mrs. ilargaret (wid), res 810 AVashington. 3. 

Redmond Thomas, lab, bds David Utlcy. 

Redmond Thomas, lab, res e s Little, n of Nimons. G. 

Reed Charles II., day elk Bancroft House. 

Reed Miss Elizabeth, home with AVilliam Reed. 

Reed Mis. Harriet, home with Peter Alger. 

Reed iliss Maggie, home with William Reed. 

Reed Mrs. ilartha (wid), John Reed, home with AVm. Reed. 

Reed AVilliam, filer, res e s 5ih, bet Lapeer and Tuscola. 

Reed AVilliam, lab, bds Martin Manion. 

Reekie Andrew', book-keeper, James Stewart & Co., bds Ever- 
ett House. 

Reichle Anthony, wagon-maker, res n w cor Jefferson and 
Carroll. 2. 

Reese David Q., wks "Enterprise" office. 

Reeves Charles (col), carpenter, res s w cor Miller and Rock- 
well. 2. 

Reeves D. B. & Co. (David B., D. E. and J. H. Reeves), books, 
stationery, and news dealer, 4 04 Genesee, ros 542 Warren, 
bet Millard and Thomi)Son. 



:31G KAST S.V(ilKA\V DIUKCTOUY. 



Keid William, machinist, res s w cor Mason and "Welles. 5i. '^ 
Iveidcl Mias IMaggic, wks Farmers' llonio. ,|| 

Reider Jacob, first cook Everett House. i.. ,jj[<: 

lieid William, wks A. R Ikirtlett .^ Co. . . ,^4 

Held Cynthia, bds TI. Patterson. ^ 

Eegan John, ship carpenter, res s s liust, bet King andlj'- 

Water. 4. 
llegan John, wks Jiose & Blankert. 

Ivegga (Justavus, mason, res s s Lapeer, bet 8th and nth. 3, 
Reighank Charles, lab, bds Joicham Sonnenberg. 
Reill}' Anna, elk, bds with Mrs. Kate Conley. 
Reilly Elizabeth, lives Avith Mrs. Kate Conley. 
Reimkuskey Charles, lab, res e s Genesee, s of Annesly. 
Rcimers William, merchant tailor, c s Cass, bet Genesee and \'- 

Tuscola, res same. 5. 
Reimes Henry, carpenter, res w s High, s of Walnut. 3. .^ 
Reimer William, tailor, res cor Webster and Johnson. 5. '; 
Reinig j\riss Carrie, tailoress Little Jake & Co., bds parents. 
Reinig Miss Catherine, wks John Webster. 
Reinke Charles, elk, William ^lerckele, bds same. 
Relnke Louis, wks Mayllower mill. 

.\o IStiiilcriii^ ut ILUtlc Jakc'x. 

Rekey Caroline, wks Frank Ifossman. 

Rela Gottlieb, butcher, res n s Elm, near Maple, -l. 

Renahan ]\Iichael, helper Wickes Bros. 

Rennels Edward, lab, I'ort Huron, bds A. Dunlap. 

Renehan ]\Iichael, lab, res GIO s s Miller. (J. 

Rensler Miss Mary, home jMichael Connery. 

Rentcheler Chris., helper Wickes Bros. 

Ressman Charles, lab, res s e cor Walnut and Mumford. 5. 

Ressler Francis, iireman Jesse Hoyt, res cor Johnson and 

Rockwell. 
Reuther Gottleib, foreman Saginaw Zeituug, res cor Clay and 

German. 
Reutshler Christopher, saloon, cor ililler and 6th. 5. 
Reuica Miss Elizabeth, home witii George Mickley. 
Rex Julius, joiner, res w s 1st, bet Annesly and Hartsuft". (J. 
Rexford Miss Alice, wks R. Vannorman. 
Reyno Abram, barber, shop Washington, bet Genesee and 

German, res Maple, No. 415. 4. 
Reyno ]\[rs. Martha (wid), res w s Wash'n, bet Havden and 

Millard. 3. 
Rey John, wks J. Etheridge. 
Reynolds cSt Choate (Sylvanus J. Reynolds, Charles U. Choato), 

gen'l hardware, Derby blk, n Water. 



KAST K All IN AW DIKECTOUV. ;21' 



Kcyuolcls 8. J. (Reynolds & Clioate),re3 cor MillorancI Warren. 
Reynolds Thos., engineer, bds Saginaw Valley House, s AVater. 
lU'zin 11. Morris, elk, A. F. Pierson, res Fitjchiigh, Ix-t n 

Washington and Franklin. 
Kezney J\[iss M., milliner, Mrs. E. G. Hammond, 
llcznor Hugh, raih-oad man, res cor 4th and Carroll. 4. 
Ithyudress Eli, lab, bds J. Yiger. 
liicc Alexander G!., sawyer, res 205 Hoyt. 2. 
Hice Charles D., baggagemas, F. & P. M. R. R., bds Everett 

House. 
Rice Charles R., lumberman, bds Tuscola House. 
Kice Daniel, lab, bds American House, 
liice Henry H., gardner, res Wasiiington, bet Johnson and 

Tuscola. 
Rice John, machinist, bds Mrs. M. Redson. 
Kice John, mechanic, F. & P. M. R. R. 
Rice Nathaniel B., physician, office and res u c cor of Johnson 

and "Warren. 3. 
RICH Wni. T., JOB PIIINTER, office over 128 s AVash- 

ington, cor German, bds J. H. French, Elm, near Maple. 

See advt. 



FuHliiouubIc Tuiloriiigr at ITI. & II. Koch & Co's. 



Richards Francis, carpenter, bds Abram F. Sharick. 
Richards John ^V., cook, res 208 Cass, bet Johnson and Tus- 
cola. 2. 
Richards John, lab, res s s Sherman, bet Mackinaw and Sa^^i- 
naw & St. Chiir 1{. R. 4. 
^ Richardson ]\Iiss Bessie, wks H, R. Good. 

Richardson Charles, lab, res . 2. 

Richardson Daniel, draymen, res w s "Wash'n, bet Emerson and 
„ Mason. 5. 

' Richardson Edward, wks C. Lee. 

Richardson Eugene, lab, bds Farmers' Home. 

Richardson Ezra, Inmberman, office Avith Eddy, Avery & Co., 

bds Sewell Avery. 
Richardson George IL, local editor ''Courier" office, bds Ban- 
croft House. 
Richardson John M., hib, lab, res u s Elm, near Warren. 2. 
Richardson Lloyd 0., Inmberman, res 921 Hoyt. 4. 
Richc Jeremiah, lab, bds Joseph Aslin. 

Richel , carpenter, res n o cor (Jarroli and Rockwell. 4. 

IlfCJlLEY IKEDEIMCK A., H Co., meat market, w s 

Gunesee, cor Walnut, res same. See advt. 3. 
Richmond .Jac^ob, grocer, s w <;(»r Janes and Smith, res same. 4. 
2(i 



218 ' EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 



Richmond Richard "W., carpenter, res 4th, bet Kirk and 

Sears. 1. 
Rickabush Miss Rosa, wks C. Holland. 

Ricker George M., carpenter, res n w cor Lapeer and 6th. 4. 
Rickett Miss Elizabeth, wks 0. Cunningham. 
Richardson Samuel, brewer, res Miller, cor Mackinaw, 7. 
Richardson Samuel L., carpenter, res n w cor Warren and 

Jackson. 4. 
Richardson William, machinist, Wickes Bros., res s s Carroll, 

bet 4th and 5th. 4. 
Riddell Thomas, lab, res e s AVater, bet Bristol and German 

Colony road. 
Riedder Charles, musician, res n w cor Janes and 14th. 4. 
Rieder Jacob, cook, res w s Warren bet German Colony Road 

and Phelon. 5. 
Riegel Gustave, prop'r Bellevue Hall, German block. No 77,^ 

bet Warren and Webster. 1. 
Rifenbark Clark, lab, bds Valentine House. 
Riggen E. A., wks Sears & Holland. 

Riggs John G., lumberman, res e s Genesee, cor Walnut. 5. 
Riley John, mason, res e s 3d, bet Fitzhugh and Carroll. 4. 

fliitcrvicw the "Boss" Clotliiers, IJttle Jake & Co. 

Riley Miss ^largaret, wks Scanlan House. 

Riley Patrick, lab, bds Scanhm House. ' . . 

Riley Joseph, cari)entcr, res cor ]\Iiller and 10th. 1. 

Riley AVilliaui, painter, shop Robinson blk, cor Genesee and 
Jefferson, res e s Maple, bet Cornelia and Elm. G. 

Rimus Charles, mason, res e s 8th, bet Johnson and WadE- 
worth. 4. 

Ring Dean R., ])oliceman, res w s Webster, bet Carroll and 
Fitzhugh. 3. 

Rimer Christ, lab, res 308 e s 4th, bet Johnson and Fitzhugh. 4. 

RinerWm., res and saloon, e s ttth,bet Johnson and Fitzhugh. 3. 

Riordan Mrs. ^Nfary (wid), res n s Jfason, bet Cass and 
Franklin. 

Riordan Thomas, bell-boy, Bancroft House. 

Ripley Henry C. res w s Wash'n, bet Hoyt and Emerson. 8. 

Ripley & Rose (Henry C. Riple}'', Julius K. Rose), dealers in 
pine and farming lands, oilice Hoyt's new blk, cor Gene- 
see and AVashington. 

Rirdon James, lab, bds Henry Naegely. 

liitter Charles, musician, res n w cor 14th and Janes. 4. 

JiiLter Miss Mary, lailoress, bds D. R. Ring. 

Rivers Alice, rea (Jenc-'ce, near William. 



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Rivet Peter, lab, res e s "Wasb'n, bet Iloyt and Tborapson. 2, 

Koacb John, lab, res e s 14th, bet Janes and Lapeer. 2. 

Roads Andrew, carpenter, bds Terick Reuben. 

Robeir Albert, lab, bds National House. 

Robell Matthias, tinsmith, shop 625 Hoyt, res Welles, bet. 
Iloyt and Thompson. 7. 

Robeneau Nancy, with T. O'Brien. 

Roberts Ashley, wks James I. Robinson. 

Roberts Egbert M., elk, Salina Ilonse. 

Roberts Frederick 11., fireman, F. & P. M. R. R., res cor Kirk 
and 7th. 

Roberts John, pianist, bds Crystal Palace Saloon. 

Roberts John II., elk Peck & Co., bds Bellevue Hall. 

Roberts Joseph, lab, res 7th, bet Miller and Sears. 4. 

Roberts Nelson L., real estate agt, with H. H. Hoyt, Wisner- 
blk, Genesee. 

Roberts Miss Minnie, home with George U. Mann. 

Roberts "William, photographer, rooms over 317 Genesee, res 
same. 

Roberts William W., carpenter F. & P. M. R. R., res cor Nor- 
man and 3d. 2. 

]\'obby BiiitM at M. &, II. Kocli & Co'm. 

Robertson Adam, lab, bds Martin Manion. 

Robertson John P., elk Gooding & Owen. 

Jiobertson Harry, wks Frank 1. Curtis. 

Kobinson , operator, bds Washington. 

Robins Richard M., lab, res No 718 4th, bet Miller and Sears. 1. 

Robinson Charles A., lab, res e s Thayer, n of Morris. 5. 

Robinson Charles K. (J. A. Putnam & Co.), res n e cor Gene- 
see and Thompson. 4. 

Robison George, musician, bds H. Williams. 

Robinson George, agent Lightning-rod Co., bds American 
House. 

Robinson George, agt Lightning-rod Co., bds Farmer's Home. 

Robinson Honry S., lumber inspector. 

Robinson Isaac, elk H. Bendit, bds Metropolitan Restaurant. 

Robinson James I., confectioner, 121 Washington, res 318 
Washington. G. 

Robinson John, lab, bds Henry Naegely. 

Robinson Jonathan, butcher, 117 AVashington. 5. 

Robinson Moses, cooper, res n Washington, bet Gth and 8th. 1^ 

Robinson Robert, clothes cleaner and dyer, res e s Jefferson^ 
bet (Jenesee and "i'liscola. 4. 






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Robinson William C, livernum, res s s lless, bet Mackinaw 

and Bundy. -1. 
Ivocbe Michael, blacksmith, res e s Water, bet Brady and 

McCoskry. 4. 
Roche Peter, merchant tailor, 313 Genesee, ^vorkshop over 413 

Genesee, btls Rev. J. S. Goodman, cor Carroll and Jeff 'n. JJ 
Roche Peter, tailor, Avks Peter Roche. 
Rock Mrs. Delia (wid), w s Little, s of Nimons. G. 
Rock T., lab, res e s Wash'n, bet Millard and Thompson. (5. 
Rocksbarry A., jeweler, bds Everett House. 
Rockward William, inspector, F. & P. M. R. R. 
liockwith Frank A., physician, res cor Carroll and Rockv^ell. 
Roda Frederick, bds C. Tiberence. 
Roderick Anthony, lab, bds I^fary A. Fournier. 
Roderick I^Ioscs, helper, Wickcs Bros. 

Rodgers ]\liss Carrie , bds Willow Tree saloon. 

Roeneke August, teamster, Mayflower mills, res e s Wash'n, 

bet Carroll and Fitzhugh. 3. 
Rogers Eugene, bds J. Armstrong. 
Rogers ]\[iss Ilattie, lives J. W. Allen. 
Rogers Henry, lab, bds J. Armstrong. 3. 

Little Jake &, €o., AVisner Block. It 



Rogers Henry C. (Fish & Rogers), dry goods, bds Mrs. Mary 

Gates. 
Ro<n'rs II. M., music and musical mercliandise, White's blk, s 

Washington, near cor German. 
Rogers II. P., dealer in dry and fancy goods, res Washington, 

bet Johnson and Fitzhugh. 
Rogers I\Ioses, sailor, res s s Linton, bet AVash'n and Macki- 
naw. G. 
Rogers Thomas, ship carpenter, res n s of Rust, bet Miller and 

King. 4. 
liohda (Rhoda) Julius, wks Sears & Holland, bds Eccleston 

House. 
Rohl Frederick, lab, res cur n AVashington and Gth. 5. 
Rohlof John,' blacksmith, res s s Johnson, e s 11th. G. 
Rohler Joseph, raolder, wks Merrill & Bacon. 
Koman Andrew, Avks Feige Bros. 
Roman Henry, wks Feige Bros., res c s 1st, bet Cherry and 

Walnut. 3. 
Romas John, wks Harvey & Coleman's livery. 
J{oone Jiobert, lab, bds J. J. Reamer. 
Itoosavelt Sidney, book-keeper J. Ij.Hayden & Co., bds Everett 

House. 



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l{oot Albertis M. (Root & Midler), res e s AVashington, bcD 

Johnson and Fitzlmgli. 3. 
Koot & Midler (Alburtis M. Root and Andrew J. Midler), 

wholesale wines, liquors and cigars, Burt blk, 131 n Water. 
Rootenbeck Uenry, lab, res n s Lapeer, bet l-lth and loth. 4. 
Horray Barnabas, lab, bds Joseph Parqaette. 

liosa Miss Mary, , res Tuscola, bet Cass and Franklin. 

iiosaland Christopher, lives 1202 Rockwell, bet Johnson and 

Tuscola. 
Rose & Blankert (John Rose and Herman Blankert), meat 

market, w s Wash'n ave, bet ;>rackinaw and Randolph. 
Rose D. Forsyth, lumber merchant, office White's blk, b 

Wash'n, res w s Jefferson, l)et Bristol and German Colony 

road. 8. 
Rose John, lab, bds J. Hayes. 
Rose Henry, lab, bds J. Hayes. 
Rose John, bds N. A. Randall. 
Rose John, lab, res w s High. 4. 
Rose John, butcher, bds Valentine House. 
Rose John J)., lumber inspector, res 701 Webstei', corHoyt. 3. 
Rose Julius K., bds ]3aucroft House. 

Kocli & Co., <iieiie!i»ec St., op|)o»>itc Bancroft House. 

• Rose Mrs. Loretta (wid Augustus P.), photographer J. F. l?ai>- 

dall, bds Mrs. J. L. Glenn , 

Hose ^liss Raphcrty, wks Charles V. DeLand. 

Kottmann 'IMieodorc, farmer, res German Colony Road. 11. 

liouse Amos A., billiard saloon, w s Wash'n, w end of Ran- 
dolph, res w s Wash'n, near Centre. 

Rouse Amos A., prop'r St. Nicholas Restaurant, s e cor Gene- 
see and Wash'n, bds J. S. Rouse. 

HOUSE JONATHAN S., (al) physician, ollice 8ykes blk, 
w end of s AVasli'n, cor Mf.ckiuaw, res e s Miller, bet 
Center and AA'^illiam. 5. 

Rouff Miss Maggie, wks II. Melchers. 

ROW & ^AUT (Daniel Row and Samuel Hart), harness- 
makers and carriage-trimmers, 504 Genesee and 103, 
I s Jefferson. See advt. 

Row John, lab, bds A. Picard. 

Row Joseph, lab, bds A. Picard. 

Row Daniel, harness-maker, res s e cor 7th and Johnson. 2. 

Rowley Samuel, lab, bds Tuscola House. 

iiowli Henry B., Italian physician, ollice over 411 Genesee, bda 
A. B. Johnson. 
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223 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 

Roseland Charles, elk, res n s Carroll, bet 3d and Rockwell. 4. 

Ilosenwig Peter, paper hanger. 

Rosuutt Peter, painter, res Carroll, foot of 12th. 4. 

Ross Alexander, wks Frank G. Wilkin. 

Ross Andrew, blaeksmith, J. GlofF. 

Ross Benjamin B., ])hysician, res 523 Jefferson, cor Thomp- 
son. 4. 

Ross George, lab, bds Henry Naegely. 

Ross George, carpenter, bds R Vannorman. 

Ross Robert, elk, J. "W. Howry. 

Ross AValter I., warehouseman J. Stewart & Co., bds A. Ross. 

Ross William, carriage-maker, Avks W. S. Houghton. 

Ross William, carpenter, bds Stauber's Hotel. 

Rossiter Albanus, wks at machinery, res w s Warren, near 
Martha. 2. 

Rossiter Thomas, lab, bds Tremont House. 

Rossman Frank (Little Jake & Co., see center line), res w a 
Clay, bet Johnson and Tuscola. 5. 

Rossman Samuel, lives with Frank Rossman. 

Rossman Theodore, shoemaker, shop and res n s Lapeer, bet 
JefT'n and Warren. 

Little Jake & Co., '"Bosis" Clotliicrti of the State. 

Rudd Albert J., teamster, res w s 2d, Duncan's add, near cor 

Ilartsuff. 5. 
Rndd An so, age 84, res e s Gth, bet German and Lapeer, 
Rudd Bryant, drayman, res e s Gth, bet German and Lapeer. 4. 
Rudd ]\Iiss Delia, wks lotoses Huger. 
Ruble Gottlieb, butcher L. Mall, res G18 Thompson. 4. 
Ruluff Frederick, lab, res es Lincoln, bet Cherry and Walnut. 4. 
Ruloff John, blacksmith, F. & P. M. R. R. depot. 
Rulland AVilliam, lab, bds Abram F. Sharick. 
RUMP FREDERICK, cooper, shop e s Rockwell, bet Fitz- 

hugh and Johnson, res same. See advt. 5. 
Runnenberg Herman, elk Stauber's Hotel. 
Rupp John J., elk office F. & P. M., AVash'n, bet Johnson and 

Tuscola. 
Rusaw Alexander, lab, res two sts w Mackinaw, s of Nimons. 4. 
Rusman Charley, lab, res Walnut, e Geuesee. 5. 
Russ Simon, lab, res e s Rockwell, bet Carroll and Fitz- 

hugh. 4. 
Russel Delbert A., bds T. Sadlier. 
Russell Anson H., conductor, Canada Southern, res 7th, bet 

Kirk and Sears. 5. 
Russell J. v., & Co., saw mill and salt blk, w of Saginaw & 

St. ('lair K. U., h of Main, employs about 30 men. 



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Russell Luther, lumberman's cook, bds 501 Carroll, 

Russell Mrs. Isaac (wid), res e s Mackinaw, s of Iless. -i. 

Rust Aloney, lumber merchant, res w s Jefferson, bet Brady 
and McCoskry. 5. 

Rust Asahel, teamster, res e s Miller, s of Hess. 6. 

Rust lirou'u & Co., salt block, w s Saginaw City & St. Clair 
R. R., nr Mowbray's bi'ewery. 

Rust D. AV., & Co., ship builder^?, yard foot of Centre, w s 
Saginaw & St. Clair il. R., GO men employed. 

Rust David AV., lumberman, resn w cor Thompson and Jeffer- 
son. G. 

Ryan Daniel, wks Warner & Eastman. 

Ryan James, bds Mrs. M. Riordon. 

liyan James, lab, bds Patrick Ilourigan. 

Ryan John, drayman, res e s Cornelia, bet Bristol and 
Atwater. 2, 

Ryan John, salt boiler, res n Miller, w Sag. City & St. Clair 
R. R. G. 

Ryan John, contractor, res o s oth, bet German and Janes. 8. 

Ryan Miss Kitty, wks John D. Chisholm. 

Ryan Miss Maggie, wks Hiram C. Farrand. 

Spcciul I>c|>arlniciit for Boys' Clotliing at Kocii & Co's, 

Ryan Michael, bds JMartin Manion. 
Ryan ]\Iichael, cooper, res Wash'n st. grove. .*{. 
Ryan Patrick, jihisterer, bds Martin ^fanion. 
Ryan Tlioinas, lab, bds Daniel l'\)rrest. 



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Saager John, mechanic, wks R & P. M. depot. 

Sabine William, lab, bds Bcchtel's hotel, 

Sabwell Charles, coo])er, lives with Frederick Rump. 

Sackett William 11., lab, res n s Randolph, o Washington. 4. 

Sadbelt Miss Mary, chambermaid Everett House. 

Sadlier George, harness-maker, wks P. Yeaton & Co, 

Sadlier Thomas, boarding house, res s e cor Ilavden and 

Wash'n, 8. 
Safford Norman D,, ice box manufr, res 309 1st, 2. 
Sager Adam, lab, bds Daniel Cunimings, 
Sager Adam, teamster Jesse iloyt's planing mill. 
Sager Charles P,, sailor, res ]\lackinaw, cor Gallagher. 5. 
Sager Frederick, engineer, res w a 7th, bet German and 

Lapeer, f). 
Sager Kittie, wks W. Hiitton, 
Sagor Mrs. Margaret, lumic with Thomas Sager, 



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Sager Thomas, scaler, res Ctli. 

Sager Thomas, lab, res cor Kirk and Gtl). 2, 

Sagerdahl William, lab, R & P. M. K. K. •,: 

Saginaw Zeitung Company, office over 309 Genesee; Con-, 
stantine Beierlo, editor ; Wm. Biirgermeister, agfc. ■i^,. 

Sago Miss Mary, wks A. Ciflbrd. /; 

Sago ]\Iiss Sarah, wks with S. A. Clark. .^^.j 

Sahaskey Francis, lab, bds John AVebster. " 

SAMMONS BARNABAS (Barney), saloon, n s Genesee, 
bet Cass and Jefferson, res Lapeer, cor Clay. 5. 

Sanborn George C, lumberman, res e s Jefferson, bet llayden 
and Millard. 4. 

Sancho Frederick, grocer, res w s 5th, bet Fitzhugh and John- 
sou. C, 

Sanders Mrs. Caroline (wid), res w s Mackinaw, s of city 
limits. 8. 

Sanders Charles, lab, res s s William. 5. 

Sanderson Joseph, foreman S. Barclay, bds American House. 

Sane S., ))ainter, F. & P. M. 11. P. depot. 

Sanford Anson A., conductor, F. & P. M. R. P., res 7tii, bet 
Miller and Sears. 5. 

Patronize the "Boss" Clotliicrs, Uttlc Jake & Co. 

Sanford Annie, cook, ]\Iiss J'l Hunter. 

Sandof Charles, boot and shoe store, cor Washington,' be,t ^ . 
(Jermau and AVilliam. J. 

Sanford George ()., breaknian, F. & P. M. P. P., bds Anson A. 
Sanford. 

Sandhofe Charles, shoemaker, res 122 4th. o. 

Sandy Paul, lab, bds I'armcrs' Houk-. 

Sansanburg Andrew, lab, res High, s of Walnut. 4. 

Sarber William H., physician, bds Averill House, Potter. 3. 

Sarttal John, lab, res 418 Pockwell, bet Carroll and Fitz- 
hugh. a. 

Sasseter, IL, mechanic, wks F. & P. M. depot. 

Sasser Amul, machinist, res s w cor Mason and AV'elles. 2. 

Saunders 'Edwin, carpenter, res av s 5th, bet Fitzhugh and 
Johnson. 

Saunders Edwin, elk, office F. & V. M. P. P., Washington, 
bet Johnson and ^l^iscola. 

Saunders I'ldwin, wks F. & P. M. land ofiice, res 4l() Jefferson. (>. 

Saunders George, carpenter, F. & P. M. P. P. 

Saunders George, engineer, res 5th, bet Kirk and Sears. 2. 

Saunders Hannah E., home Avith A. M. Campbell. 

Saundi'rs William I'l. ( I'lKtaljrook & Saunders), 127 s NVasliing- 
Idu, rcH •! 1 7 Wa.shingli)ii. '.). 



K.VST SAGINAW DIKECTOUY. 225. 

Sunk J.,, fireman, Sears & Holland. 

Sautter Philip, cabinet-maker, res Clay, bet Lapeer and "i'ns- 

cola. 5. 
Suvage Henry lab, res Gth, bet English and Norman. 
SAVAGE PETER R., saloon and lunch room, e s sAVater, 

bet German and Genesee. 2. 
Savage Spencer E., carpenter, res o s 2d, bet C'hestuut nnd 

Walnut, (j. 
Savage Thomas, wks J. S. Stevens. 
Sawer Emil, wks A. P. Bartlett ilfc Co. 
Sawtell Alvin, bds C. E. Freeman. 
Sawtell Eugene, lab, res Franklin, bet German and William. 2 

Sawyer , lab, works Jesse Iloyt. 

Sawyer Miss Lilian, clerk, bds W. S. Houghton. 
Saxton Urana B., wks M. E. Burton. 
Saylor Thomas, lumberman, res Gil Washington. 5. 
' Sayo William, lab, res Annesly, nr limit east. 5. 

Scallan Michael, lumberman, res e s Park, bet Hoyt and Ches- 

nut. 2. 
SCANLAN JOHN, propr Scanlan House, s e cor "Water and 

Tliompson. '6. 

Triiiikiii for I^adici^ and <i<«MUIeiiu>ii at Koch &. Co's. 



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Schade Fred., harness nianuf'r, 41 3 Genesee, res 113 3d, bet 

German and Lapeer. G. 
Schafer Frank, barber P. Heller, res GIG liapeer. 
Schaler George, wks K. West, res n o cor 4th and German. 0. 
Scliank James, wks J. S. Estabrook, res e s Washington ave, 

near Saginaw & St. Clair 11. IJ. 3. 
SchauofF Frederick, lab, res s of town line, bet Washington 

and Jefferson. G. 
Scheerer Miss Crissie, wks mitten factory, bds Panitzsch, 

Lapeer. 
Schefold Frank, carpenter, res 1501 Johnson, bet 8th and 9th. 2. 
Scheitlerger John, carpenter, res No 113 e a 4th, Let Janea 

and Lapeer. 3. 
Schenk Georg6, carpenter, res 913 n s Johnson, bet 3d and 
• 4th. 7. 

i Schenck W., wks ''Enterprise" office. 

^ Scheurmann Albert, dry goods elk, res n e cor Chesnut and 
I Park. 7. 

Schrepfermann Frank, lumber inspector, bds Stauber's Hotel. 
Schrepferman Mrs. Jane (wid), res 218 Maple. 
Scheurmann (Mirist, Avks and bds P. Zellner. 
Scheunmann Henry, lab, rea w s Little, s of Nimons. 3. 

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Schiling Mrs. Lucilia, washerwoman, res c s Franklin, bet 
Carroll and Miller. 2, 

Schillo Edward, wks A. T. Parke. 

Schirmer Albert, elk J. 11. Livingston, res cor Chesnnt and 
Park. 

Sclileger Augnstus, lab, res n of Qallagher, bet Jefferson and 
AVashington. 5. 

Schlattercr Christ, riverman, res German, bet Chvy and Gen- 
esee. 5. 

Schlind H., works 0. Lee. , : 

Schleger AVilliam, lab, bds A. Sehleger. 

Schmelzer Mrs. Caroline (wid), chair caner, room over 311 
Lapeer. 

Schmelzer Nicholas, grocer, liquors, etc., 1113 s WateV, bet 
Atwater and McCoskry, res s e cor McCoskry and Wash- 
ington. 0. 

Schmidt Henry (Schmidt & Moye), res 3d, bet Johnson and 
Fitzliugh. 

Schmidt John, harness-maker, ilockwell, opp Genesee, res 
same. 3. 

Schmidtz Fred., works C. Lee. 



Little Jnko &. €o. Undersell Everybody. 

Schmidt Loreuz, lab, res No. 1301, n e cor 11th and Lapeer, 4 
Schmitz Alichuel, potash manufacturer, res n s Lapeer, bet 8th- 

and 9 th. 10. 
Schmidt »& ]\loye (Henry «& Albert A.), butchens, 521 Lapeer. 
Schmidt William, porter, Stanber's Hotel. 
Schmidt W. A., carpenter, F. & P. M. U. 1{. 
Schmidt Paul, druggist, cor 4th and Lapeer. 3. 
Schnapp Andrew, tailor, K. Zeigiu, bds Salina House. 
Schnug Louis, cabinet maker, wks Weincckc & liro. 
Schneider Anna, wks J. Narreter. 

Schobz Herman, beer hall, res and hall cor 3d and Tuscola. 3. 
Schock W., wks "Enlerprisc''oIlice. 
Schoelke August, tailor, W. Keimers, res 4th, bet Earl and 

Fitzhngh. 3. 
Scholtz Otto ]{., clothier, e s n Water, res 3d, bet Fitzhugh 

and Johnson. 
Scholke Augustus, tailor, res o a 4th, bet Fitzhngh and 

Carroll. 5. 
Schott & Co. (Max Schott, Samuel Schott), clothiers, 101 

(ienesee, cor Wulcr, and 207 (Jencsee. 



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Schott Max (Schott & Co.), res Webster, bet Lapeer and Tus- 
cola. 4. 

Schott Samuel (Schott & Co.), res over store. 2. 

Schartou Frederick, lab, res e s Mumford, bet Cherry and 
Walnut. 5. 

Schartow William, salesman. Little Jake & Co., bds parents. 

Schoudt Miss Minnie, wks J. C. llubinger, w s Genesee, n s 
Walnut, vacant. 

Schrader , lab, wks Feige & Bros. 

Schram Charles, grocer, res e s Cass, bet Tuscola and John- 
son. 0. 

Schramm Charles, carpenter, bds William Schramm. 

Schramm Christian, grocer, res Webster, bet Lapeer and Gen- 
esee. 

Schramm Wm., 2d packer Mayflower Mills, res w s 8th, bet 
Johnson and Tuscola. 2. 

Schramm Fritz, lab, res w a Beecher, bet Cherry and Janes. 5. 

Schrepfermann Frank, lumber inspector, office over 211 n 
Water, bds F. Miller, s Water. 

Schroeder John J., shoemaker, bds Jacob Ebel. 

Schrener Ferdinand, res w s 5th, near Janes. 2. 

fl^o^vcMt I*riec!4 at M. &, II. Kocli & Cu'm. 

Schubert John, lab, res 935 Janes. 3. 

Schuler Charles, tailor, res n s Chesnut, bet (renesee and 

Park. 2. 
Schulor John, wks U. West, bds same. 
Schultheiss Peter, printer, '' Saginaw Zeitung, " bds John C. 

Fritz, AVebster. 
Schultz John, blacksmith, rea 202 cor Cass and Tuscola. 4. 
Schulte Charles, clerk, res 301, w s Welles, bet P]merson and 

lloyt. C. 
Schulte John, lab, res 9th, bet East Astor and Miller. 
Schultz Charles, lab, res s s Janes, bet 1st and 2d. 8. 
Schultz John, blacksmith, shop 20G e s Cass, bet Johnson and 

Tuscola. 
Schultz Joseph A. T., porter Reynolds & Choate, res Fitzhugh, 

near 3d. 
Schulthcic Peter, bds J. C. Fritz. 
Schulz AVilliam, lab, bds Tfenry Naegely. 
Schumann Adam, lab, res s end Douglas. 3. 
Schuman A., lab, bds Mathias Kipfiuucller. 
SCHUMANN & mWH. (I. Schunumn, K Schumann, and 

C. Schumanu), dealers in groceries and crockery, No. 511 

(Jenosce, and 112 Lapoer, Steele's Central lUock. 



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Schumann Charles, grocer, res w s 1st, bet (Jlierry and Wal- 
nut. 3. 

Schumann Edward (Schumann Bros.), bds Mrs. Matilda 

Schumann. 
Schumann JMrs. Matilda (wid), res w s AVebster, bet Chesaut 

and Cherry. X\ 
Schumann Theodore, grocer, res n s Tuscola, bet Franklin 

and Cass. 2, 
Schupp August, res w s Wash 'n, bet Atwater nnd McOoskry, 7. 
Schuster Miss Ellen, sales lady, wks Mrs. E. (i. Hammond. 
Schutt Miss Sophia, home IJobert Boyd. 
Schuyler William H., book-keeper. Merchants' National Bank 

bds Everett House, ' 

Scoch Charles, res s s Johnson, bet 3d and 4th. 4. 
Scoel Miss Minnie, Avks Fred (Joldsmith. 
Scott John, lab, bds Farmer's Home. 
Scott Miss Julia, home with Jacob Witz. 

Scott Wm., carpet weaver, res n w cor Johnson and 5th. ii. ,> 
Scott Eichard, lab, bds Charles Post. 
Scott William, lab, bds John J. lieamer. 
Screbner Ambro, lab, bds Mary A. Fournier. 

One Price to ull at Little Jake A: Co's. 



Scribner Case, lab, bds Mary A. Fournier. 

Scribner Thomas, hib, res s of Callagher, bet Washington and 

Jefferson. 5. 
Sculley William, bhicksmith, res 5th, bet Kirk and Sears. 3. 
Schwan Conrad, butcher, res e s AVebster, bet Lai)eer and 

Tuscob. 4. 
Schwanuecke :Mis3 Anua,tailoress Little Jake & Co.,bds parents 
Schwan necke Miss Louisa, tailoress Little Jake & Co., bds 

parents. 
Schwartz Miss Mary, wks Stauber's Hotel. 
Schwarga Henry, sawyer, res w s High. 7. 
Schwenk Miss Christena, dealer in fancy and millinery goods, 

No. 414 Genesee, res Johnson, bet 3d and 4th. 
Schwenk Miss Emma, sales-lady with Miss Christena Schwenk. 
Schwenk ]\ris3 Julia, sales-lady wks with Miss Christena 

Schwenk. 
Schwertc Henry, cabinet-maker, res Washington, bet Johnson 

and Tuscola. 
Schwenk George, carpenter, F. & P. M. II. 11. 
Segar Charles, speculator, rca s e cor Mackinaw and Gallagher. 4. 
Seabold Frederick, dock wolloper, res s s AValnnt, s end Lin- 

coin. 8. 



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Seager Charles, res 3 e cor Centre and Wasli'ii ave. 3. 

Seaman Miss Alary, wks J. E. Sparrow. 

Seam Wm., lab, res w s 5tii, bet Fitzhugli and Johnson. 2. 

Scaple Joseph, mason, res c s (lenesee, s of llartsnff. .'J. 

Sears Benjamin A., clerk and boards W. S. Downing. 

Sears Frank P. (Sears & Ilolhmd), lumberman, res Washing- 
ton ave grove. 7. 

Sears Francis P., printer, "Courier" office. 

Sears George, sawyer, bds Valentine House. 

Sears & Holland (Franklin P. Sears, East Sag., and Nelson 
Holland of Buffalo), manuf'rs of lumber, salt, and lath, 
staves and heading, office and mill n w cor Atwater and 
Water. 

Sears William, carpenter, bds Everett House. 

Sears William B,, chief engineer F. &. P. M. K, li., office 
Washington, bet Johnston and Tuscola, bds Everett 
House. 

Sebastian Joseph, wks C. & E. Ten Eyck. 

Sebastian L., wks C. & E. TenEyck. 

Seeba iMrs. Margaret, wid, res w s Webster, bet Johnson and 
Tuscola. 

Only Olio Price at ITI. & II. Kocli &. €o'§. 

Seeger George, lab, res n s Lapeer, bet 7th and 8th. 8. 

Seely Benjamin F. (Terry, Scely & Co.), res av s Wash'n,'bet' 

Hayden and William. 2. 
Soenumn Joseph, foreman "'Courier" job printing office, res 

w s Webster, bet AVilliam and Millard. 2. 
tr Seery Michael, hackman, stable Franklin, bet Johnson and 

Tuscola, res w s Webster, bet Lapeer and G-ernian. 3. 
Seesholtey George C, lab, res e s Lincoln, bet Cherry and 
1 Janes. 5. 

/ SELIGMAN JACOB (Little Jake & Co.), bds Everett House. 

See centre lines. 
Servage Miss Minnie, home William 0. Sutherland. 
Seterlee Edward, printer, " Courier" ollice. 
Sewer Fred.', teamster, res cor Wadsworth and 12th. -t. 
Seymour George W., lab, bds Joseph H. Seymour. 
Seymour Joseph, foreman, Derby's kiln, res 5th, bet Miller and 

Sears, 4. 
Seymour Mrs. Afary .). (wid Samuel Seymour), res lUh, bet 

Fast Astor and Miller. (J. 
Shaw Mrs. Mary, bds A, F, Dixon, G13 Thompson, cor Maple. 
Siiaw Robert, traveling auditor, F, & P. M. K. H., bds Everett 

l[ouae. 



230 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 



Shaw Thomas, stave dealer, res s e cor Annesly aud Genesee. 5. 

Shaw Thomas, stave and wood dealer, oflice 210 n Water. 

Shaw Thomas B., mechanic, R & P. M. IL II. 

Shaw Percival M., commission merchant, 619 "Washington. 5. 

Shaw "Warren, carpenter, F. & P. M. 11. li. 

Shaei'er Frank, barber, res Ko. 610 s s Lapeer, bet 3d and 

4th. 5. 
Shafer Albert, lab, res Little, s Hess. 5. 
Shafer George, butcher, res e s 4th, cor German. 5. 
Shamcuskie Peter, harness maker, wks for Hovey, res cor 

Langlass and Lapeer. 
Shank Wallace, waiter, Bancroft House. 
Shannon Miss Alartha, wks A. Rust. 
Shannon Robert, lab, bds Bechtel's Hotel. 
Sharp Alexander, li reman, F. & P. M. R. R., bds Mary A. 

Fournier. 
Sharp Wilbur P., steamboat elk, res w s Webster, bet Carroll 

and Fitzhugh. 5. 
SHAKICK ABRAM F., National Hotel, Potter street, bet 

Franklin aud Jefferson. 
Sharick Miss Susan M., home with Abram F. Sharick. 

Larg^cst Stock in the State at Little Jaime's. 

Shaver Nicolas, scaler, bds John McIMahon. 

SHAW & MACOMBER (L. D. B. Shaw and D. D. Macom-, 

bcr), photographers, rooms No 31G Genesee. 
Shaw Albert, lab, res o s 11th, bet Johnson and Wadsworth. 
Shaw, JhiUard & Co. (Charles F. Shaw, Frederick P. Shaw, 

and Job L. Shaw), wholesale grocers, Fisher blk,n Water, 

C. F. Shaw res cor Jeff'n and Hayden, the others res 

New Bedford, Mass. 
Shaw Charles F., res n w cor Jefferson and Hayden. 2. 
Shaw Charles H., res s s William, bet Clay and Genesee. 2. 
Shaw Chester J., elk AV". Barie. 

Shaw Elijah, ship carpenter, res 214 s s Walnut, head of 2d. 4. 
Shaw Humphrey, res s av cor Clay and AVebster. 3. 
Shaw Josepli E., bds Bancroft House. 
Shaw Lorenzo D. B., ])hotographer, res No 316 Genesee. 

Shaw , elk, bds Mrs. M. Gates. 

Shaw Mrs. , res n s Johnson, bet Cass and Jefferson. 

Shaw , tinsmith, res 117 n s Tuscola, bet Webster. 

Shea Mrs. Ellen (wid Edward Shea), res Scars, bet 4tii aud 

5th. 4. 
^harrow George, ship carpenter, bds J. Viger. 
Miea Juhu, inoldcr, jMen-ill & Bu(,oi). 
hhea Michael, lab, bdis Scanlau House. 



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Shea John, molcler, res e s Water, bet Brady aiul McCoskry. 4. 

Shearer Goodfriecl, lab, bds John AVebster. 

Sheeliy John, carpenter, res 1128 Hoyt. 5. 

Sheehye James, hab, res s s Merrill, e of Park. 2. 

Sheffield Henry (col'd), carpenter, bds L. Derby. 

Sholah Edward, blacksmith, A. S. Parke, bds same. 

Sheldon Thomas P., banker (East tSaginaw Bank), res se cor 

Jefferson and William. 
Sheldon T., rooms Ilovey blk, cor Tuscola and n Washington. 
Sheney Horace II., gunsmith, e s Jefferson, bet Genesee and 

Tuscola. 3. 
Sheridan Thomas, carpenter, res (il-l AVashington. G. 
Sherman Annie, bds Miss E. Hunter. 
Sherman Charles A., building mover, res n w cor Merrill and 

Park. 6. 
Sherriff Alfred, elk, bds 501 Carroll. 
Sherriff Frederick, clerk, Simpson, Barber & Co., bds Mre. 

Herbert, cor Carroll and AVashington. 
Sherwin John, ship carpenter, bds Mrs. II. McAuley. 
Sherwin Mrs. Sarah (wid Jonathan), lives with Levi Liua- 
![ burg. 2. 

Cicntlcmcii's OiitlllH ut M. & II. Koch &. €o's. 

Shepard Samuel J., cooper, res s side Linton, bet Mackinaw 

and AVashington. 5. 
Shovanix Erancis, lab, ros 8th, bet Miller and Sears, il 
Showurt Alexaiuler, lab, bds Abraui E. Sharick. 
Shuter AVilliaui, ship carpenter, bds xMrs. II. McAuley. 
Shutt Erederick, lab, res 742, Lincoln. 5. 
Shwanecke Albert, lab, res Potter, bet Rockwell and Warren. 4. 
Shulte Francis, lab, bds A. Dunlap. 
Shulte John, lab, bds Bohm & Miller. 
Shultz Charles, lab, bds Joseph Gliickert, 
Shurley Thomas, lab, bds Farmers' Home. 
Shurtleff Augustus M., civil engineer, with E. E. Guild, bds 

D. 0. Donnell. 
Shuster Miss Lillie A., lives with J. E. Erey. 
Shute Charles, lab, res 4th, bet Miller & Sears. 
Shute John, blacksmith, E. & P. M. R. R. 
Shop Machim, lab, wks E. & P. M. depot. 
SHOllEY HENllY, saloon, w s AVash'n ave, bet Mackinaw 

and Randolph, res opp saloon. .*}. 
Shott John, brewer, lives with Frederick Ziegucr. 
Shott Max (M. Schott & Co.), res AVebster, bet Lapeer and 

Tuscola. 



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Shrada Charles, doinity sherifl*, res e s 3cl, near Walnut. (5. 
Shrodar Frederick, lab, wka Je:J3e lloyt. 
Shubcrt John, res ns Janes, bet 13th and lith. 3. 
Shoalts Charles, book-binder, nks Albert Frey. 
. Shoalts Jolm, lab, res w s 12th, bet Lapeer and Tuscola. 
ShoaUs John, lab, bds lleinrich Sonnenberg, 
►Shoalts TJiomas, lab, res Sth, bet Kirk and Norman. 4. 
Shoen Frederick, carpenter, F. & P. M. II. II. 
Sholtz Kobert, lab, res cor 3d and Fitzhugh. 
Sholts Ortoh, clothier, res es 3d, bet Johnson and Fitzhugh. 3. 
.Sholtz John ('., lab, res 208 liockwcll, Ijet Johnson and Tus- 
cola. (J, 
Shonsay Patrick, engineer, bds William O'Jirien. 
Shilley George, waiter, Bancroft House. 
Shinskie Joseph, carpenter, F. & P. M. II. 11. 
Shinskies Mrs. jMagdalena, res s s Lapeer, bet 13th and 14th. 6. 
yhinskio John, coppersmith, F. & P. M. li. K. 
Shirerer Christ, lab, res 528, cor Miller and 4th. 5. 
Shirley Mrs. Lucy, lives M. Townsend. 
Shirt Frederick, wks Warner & Eastman. 
Shivers Annie, liome J. J. lieamer. 

\'o Baiitcriii$; at Little Jake's. 



Shlonde Charles, cabinet maker, bds William Petis. 
Sicking John, yardman, F. & P. M. 11. It. 

Sickles Ida, bds Ocean AV'ave. 

Sickner David, lab, bils 'I'remont House. 

SlE(a<]L JOHN F., Golden Star Fating House, n s (Jene- 

see, opp iiellevue Hall. 
Siegfred Davis & Co. (Davis Siegfred, Edward Goldstone, and 

liobert Phillips), dealers in millinery and fancy goods. 
Siegel John, upholsterer, bds Water st. 
Siegle Frederick, bds Excelsior House. 
Sievers John, lab, bds National House, South Saginaw, 
Siglin William, wks Sears & Holland. 
Sikcs Arnold P., insurance agent (Hugh & Sikes), res w a 

Genesee, bet Cherry and Chesnut. .1 
Silk Charles, waiter, Bancroft House. 
Sill Melvine M., watchmaker (D. Ii. Browji & Co., jewelry 

store), res s s William, bet Webster and Warren. 3. 
Silsbee Wesley, elk, Pendell Bros., bds Henry Pendell. 
Silven Charles, res w s -Itli, bet Johnson and Tuscola. 3. 
Simmons Mrs. \V. F., home with Elija Jkrnes. 
Simon Casper, agent Victor Sewing Machine, res e s 14th, bet 

Janes and Lapeer. 4. 



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Simon Martin, plumber, bcls D. 0. Donnell, 

Simoncau Leaiulcr, dnigf,nst, 2VZ (lenesee, bet Waalfii and 

Franklin, res n \v cor AVebster ami William. 5. 
Simons Henry, lab. res n s Hess, bet Buiidy ami Mackinaw. ;>. 
Simons Tiiomas, wks J. .S. Stevens. 
Simons 'riiomas, mechanic, bds Tremout llonse. 
Simpson, Barber & Co. (L. AV. Simpson, E. J. Barber, James 

II. Tolfree), grocers, 317 Genesee, bet Cass and Franklin. 
Simpson Charles, carpenter, res 3d, bet Far well and Norman. 2. 
r jL • Simpson Clay, engineer F. & P. M. R. It., bds ( 'liarles Anderson. 
Simpson George, tireman J. S. Stevens. 
Simpson Henry, cari)enter, F. & P. M. K. K. 
Simpson James, Jr., wks ]\[owbray & Richardson, res n c cor 

King and Little, o. 
Simpson John T., stationary engineer, res e s Ballard, bet 

Gillmore and Nimons. 3. 
'■\ Simpson Levi AV. (Tolfree & Simpson), s e cor Washington 

and Fitzhngh. 3. 
Sizland AVilson, bricklayer, bds Josepli AVilson. 
Singleton John A., lumber inspector, office ut 213 n AVater, 

bds Mrs. F. AVright. 

Workiiigiiieii'M OiBtfits at M. & H. Koch & Co's, 

Sisler Charles, lab, res e s High, s of AV^ilnnt. 2. 

Skillen AA'^illiam II., lub, ros e s (Jenesee, cor Hartsuff. 2. 

Skinner (ieorge, lab, bds iMathew Borland. 

Slack Mary E., bds Mrs. A. Dobson. 

Slack Robert, teamster, res n AVashington, bet Uth and 7th. 

Slade Horace F., book-keeper 8. H. AVebster, res 201 Jefferson, 

cor German. 8. 
Slade Lewis A., elk Simpson, Barber & Co., bds H. T, Slade, 

cor German and Jefferson. 
Slapsky Joseph, blacksmith, F. & P. M. R. R. 
Slaryl Joseph, blacksmith, bds Albert McKee. 
Sleister Isaac, peddler, res e s 3d, bet Johnson and Fitzhugh. 5. 
Slesinger Victor, manager II. Hoffman & Co., res AVarren, bet 

Johnson and Fitzhugh. 
Sliter Miss I']lizabeth, with A. S. Montgomery, res n e cor 

AVashington and Johnson. 

Sloane John, , bds Ebel Hotel. 

Soyer JMiss Lilla, sales lady H. C. A. Gibba. 

Soyer George A. (George A, Soyer & Co.), wholesalcliquor 

dealer, e s Warren, bet Hoyt and Cherry. G. 
Soyer & Co. (George A. and Zenas Swett), dealers in cigars 

and lii|uora, 100 a AVashington, bet Gcrnnin and (Jenesee. 
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234 KAST SAGINASV DIRECTORY. 

Sowvay Joseph, lab, bds Joseph Aslin. 

Sovey llichard, liiinbermaii, res e s Mackinaw, u of Mill. 6. 

Sovey Alexander, lab, ros river bank, e end Mackinaw street 

bridge. 2. 
Sowvay Napoleon, lab, bds Joseph Aslin. 
Souertak John, lab, res n w cor Lapeer and 10th. 2. t ' 

Southwick "William II., lumber inspector, res 705 Janes. 2. 
Southwell Martin L., carpenter, e s Franklin, bet Astor and 

Miller. 1. 
Sosh Thomas, lab, bds Thomas W. Smith. 
Soper William, carpenter, res s w cor Hess and Little. 3. 
Sonsmit Charles, lab, res cor 4th and Johnson. 7. 
Souners Isidore, wks E. Saginaw Manufg Co. 
Sonner Miss Hannah L., home with Peter M. MacNoah. 
Sonner Miss Gracie, home with Thomas J. Ilatswell. 
Sonnenberg Joicham, lab, res 4th, bet Kirk and Norman. 2. 
Sonnenberg, lleiurich, lab, res 4th, bet Kirk and Norman. 
Sonnenberg Charles, lab, res e s liockwell, bet Carroll and 

Fitzhugh. 3. 
Sonar Isadore, carpenter, res n s Lapeer, bet 11th and 12th. 7. 

Interview the "Bosis" Clolliiere*, Little Juke & Co. 

Sommer John, engineer, res e s Ixockwell, bet Lapeer and 

German. 7. 
Somerr John, wks A. F. liartlett & Co. 
Somers James, blacksmith, F. & P. M. R. R. 
Solomon Christopher, lab, res cor La^oeer and 7th. 7. 
Solo Mateo, lab, bds Henry Naegely. 
Solmas Miss Augusta, lives AV. Burgemeister. 
Soley M., lab, bds Warren Merritt. 
Soir Frederick, lab, res s w cor 2d and German. 5. 
Sobey William, salesman, Derby & Co. 
Sobey William, elk, bds 50J Carroll. 
SOPER ALFRED H., painter, res 313 Emerson, bet Cass 

and Franklin. See advt. 5. 
Snider George, lab, bds American House. 
Snider Peter, wks C. Wenks. 

Snow William, wks J. McKinnon, bds Bechtel's Hotel. 
Snowden Miss Esther, wks Abram Keyno. 
Snowdeu John, lab, res b s Emerson, near Webster. 7. 
Suover James, lab, res n s Eaton, w Washington. 3. 
Snyder J. Augustus, railroad constructor, F. & P. M. R. R., 

ruouis 3 llovey bik. 
Snyder John W., book-keeper, rooms Ilovey blk, n Wash'n. 
Suialles James, lab, bds l^'armers' Home. 



EAST SAGINAAV DIUEOTORY. 335 



Smalley William, , bds Mrs. II. S. Elseffer. 

Smart Alexander, butcher, bds George Stingel. 

Smart Mrs. Mary, res Janes, near Freedom. 10. 

Smart Mrs. Mary, res ii s Jaues, e ol' 14th. 5. 

Smedley Miss Delia, home San ford Keeler. 

Smith A. C, lab, res e s Miller, s Nimons. 4. 

Smith A. J., printer, "Courier" office. 

Smith Adolph, shoemaker, res 328 Webster. G. 

Smith Adonirau J., cooper, bds Mrs. J. A. Stivens. 

Smith Alexander, barber, bds George Maurer. 

Smith Alexander P., barber F. R. Nies, bds Geo. Maurer. 

Smith Alvin A., stencil cutter,res 401 Warren, cor Williams. 6.. 

Smith Anson, lab, bds J. Cook. 

Smith Arthur D., supt Union Planing Mill Co., res Hamilton^ 

Saginaw City. 
Smith Miss Augusta, lives with Geo. Lanner. 
Smith Barnabas, clerk William B. Smith. 
Smith Burney, billiard room, Mackinaw, opp Salina House,. 

bds P. Carter. 
Smith Miss Carrie, , res e s Clay, bet German and Lapeer. 

Tlio Great Popular Ciotliiiii;; lionise of Koeli Jk Co. 



Smitii Charles, lab, bds Matthew Borland. 

Smith Charles, printer, res 3:il Webster. 4. 

Smith Charles,bu tcher, res e s 3d, bet Johnson and Fitzhugh. 2, 

Smith Charles E., bds J. J. McDonald. 

Smith Charles II., boots and shoes, 319 Genesee, res e s Wash- 
ington, bet Carroll and Fitzhugh. 4. 

Smith Charles L., works *' Courier" office. 

Smith Miss Christina, wks T. Hayes. 

Smith David, lab, res s e cor Rust and Miller. 4. 

Smith David, elk Chandler Bros. 

Smith Miss Dora, lives with T. C. Daughty. 

Smith E. C, fireman F. & P. M. R. R., bds William H. Race. 

Smith Mrs. Eliza A. (wid), boarding house, s ecor Wash'nand 
Mason ; refused to give names of boarders. 4. 

Smith Ernst, rahsman, bds J. Armstrong. 

Smith Ernest, lab, res e s Lincoln, bet AValnut and Cherry. 7.. 

Smith Francis, lab, bds Martin Manion. 

Smith Frank, blacksmith Gallinger & Cousineau, bds Saginaw 
Valley House. 

Smith Miss Frank, home with John Smith. 

Smith Frank, wks John McKinnoii, bds parents, Franklin,, 
bet German and William. 

Smith Frcrick, lab, res w s .Otli, bet Johnson and Tuscola. G^ 



^30 EAST SAGINAW^ iJlKliCTOUY, 



Smith Frederick, eau jer, res u s Douglas. 3. • w 

Smith George, machinist, res G31 Maple, cor JlcCoskry. 3. 'f^ 
Smith George, i)rinter '• Courier'' ollice. ' ' 

Smith George 13., lab, res e s AVater, bet Thompson unil lilil- 

lard. 0. . i;/ 

Smith George W., hib, res cor English and (itii. 3. .'\\- 

Smith H., lab, bds Alexander House. :''.''< 

Smith Harlem V. (I. M. & U. P. Smith), res Thompson, bek 

Maple and AV'arren. 3. 
Smith Miss Jluttio E., home with Edward P. Peufield. -^'i^f. 
Smith Henry, traveling auditor, E. & P. M. R. R., res e"^*^^ 

Eranklin, bet Astor and Jefferson. . i!< 

Smith Henry, hib, bds Charles Post. .'iT.fi " 

Smith Henry, lab, bds Abrara F. Sharick. .'i 

SMITH HENliy A., dentist, res e s Cornelia, bet McCoskry 

and Martha. See advt. 5. 
Smith I. M. & H. P. (Irvin M. & Ilarlau P.), attorueys-at- 

law, oHice Smith's block, AVash'n, opp Bancroft. 
Smith H-vin M., attorney, res Thompson, bet Maplo and 

Warren. 

JLittlc Juke & Co., IViMiier Block. 

Smith Miss Jennie, res e s Cass, bet William and Hayden. 

Smith James, lab, bds John AVebster. 

Smith James, foreman, bds D. Forrest. 

Smith John, blacksmith F. & P. M. Jl R. '^^" 

Smith John, cigar maker, bds Knapp Gottlieb. ' 

Smith John, carpenter, bds Gilbert House. 

Smith John, wke Sears & Holland, res e s Water, bet Atwater 

and Bristol. 4. 
♦Smith John, carpenter, bds J. S. Smith. ! 

Smith John, lab, res Farwell, bet Gth and 7th. 7. , •: 

Smith John, lab, res u a Hess, o Mackinaw. 3. ..-5 

Smith John, blacksmith No. 2, F. & P. M. R. R. V 

Smith John S., boarding house, n s McCoskry, bet WashingT 

ton and AVater. 5. 
Smith Jdseph, bds Jacob Myer, Cass. 
Smith Joseph, wks C. & E. Ten Eyck. 
Smith Joseph S., lab, res 905 Jefferson. -1. 
Smith Kerby, clerk L. li. Curtis & Co., bds Everett House. 
Smith Kerby F., brakeman F. & P. M. R. R., bds Averill House. ' 

Smith liizzie, , bds Crystal Palace. 

Smith Miss Alay, works John Adams. 

♦Smith Mary, Avks W. liiley. 

Smith Mrs. May, res w s 7th, bet German and Lapeer. 4. 



EAST !^AG1^'AW J>1KECT0I{Y. 237 



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SMITH MARSHALL 0. & Co. (Marshall G. Smith and 

Lew. B. Clark), prop'rs Everett House, cor Genesee and 

Franklin. See advt. G. 
.Smith Milo, lab, res e s Miller, s of Main. a. 
Smith Peter, lab, bds J. Ingles. 
Smith Philbert, land hunter, res w s 1st, bet Cherry and 

AValnut. 4. 
Smith Samuel, machinist Merrill, Eastwood & Co. 
Smith Samuel, machinist, bds W. Smith. 
Smith Solomon S., carpenter, res 214 s s Walnut, head of 2d. 4. 
Smith Susan, bds Pear House. 

Smith Thomas W., restaurant, cor Jefferson and Potter. 4. 
Smith William, boiler-maker, res 10^^ AVashington, cor Mc- 

Coskry. 5. 
Smith William, cabinet-maker, res e s 4th, bet German and 

Lapeer. 2. 
Smith William B., Opera House, Washington, bet German and 

William. 2. 
Smith William D., teamster, res 703 Warren, cor Cherry. 3. 
Smith William H., harness-maker, bds American House. 

Kocli & Co., Cieiic»icc St., opposite Uaiicroft House. 

Smitsall Charles, lab, bds E. Ferguson. 

Spaulding Jno. L., farmer, res e s Jefferson, s of driving park. 5. 
' I Spalding, H. S., painter, wks Burtt & Loomis. 

Spalding William B., lab, res Potter, hot Rockwell and 3cl. 

Spangler Louis, lab, bds Oscar Hull. 

Sparks Tiiomas, lab, bds Martin Manion. 

Sparrow Joseph E., lumber inspector, office 213 n Water, res 

529 Millard, cor Maple. 4. 
Spath John C, harness-maker, wks P. Yeaton, bds Mathias 

Kipfruneler. 
Spears Eugene, lab, bds J. Viger. 

Speadet John, m older, res Wash'u, bet Brady and Mason. 3. 
Spencer C. & T. B. (Charles and Thomas B. Spencer), hard- 

Avare, stoves^ etc., 104, lOG, s Water. 
Spencer Charles C. (C. & T. B. S.), hardware, res 323 n s Fitz- 

hugh, bet Franklin and Cass. 3. 
Spencer Christopher R., lumberman, res n s Jefferson, bet 

Fitzhugh and Carroll. 5. 
Spencer Miss Lucy, home with Mrs. Eliza Clifford. 
Spencer Marshall B., lab, wks William Olds, res Warren, bet 

German and William. 
Spencer Thomas B. (C. & T. B. Spencer), res 313 Wash'n. 4. 
Spero Barnhardt, lab, res n s Hess, e of Washington. 3. 



238 EAST SAGINAW WRECTOKY. 



Spillano John, cooper T. W. Stihvcll, bds Mrs. Austin. ' •■-! 

Spindlcr Henry (A. F. Burtlett & Co.), res 912 Washington. 5. 

Splitgerber George A., clerk, bds Everett House. 

Splan John, cooper, bds Mrs. P. Austin. ;~ii ■ 

SplitzBurger Adolf, clerk, bds Everett House. 'f^> 

Spong Charles, lab, res u s town line, w Jefferson. 5. : '..Vv, 

Spong Ida, wks F. P. Sears. 

Spring Frank, sawyer Warner & Eastman, res n e cor Mason 

and Water. 6. 
Spring Heury, carpenter, res cor Tuscola and 7th. 2. 
Springer John H., book-keeper, res cor Tuscola and 3d. 10.'- 
Spring John, carpenter, res -ith, bet Miller and Sears. 2. 
Springer John H., accountant, res n w cor Clay and Tuscola. 
Springer Joseph, brick mason, res w s 13th, bet Johnson and 

Wadsworth. 7. 
Spingerman Joseph, res w s 5th, near Janes. 2. . -^-^ 

Staak, William, lab, lives Avith Charles Sonnebery. -'^ l^,' 

Stableford Richard, waiter Bancroft House. ..* \ 

Stackhouse Stephen, cook, bdsA. Picard. 'i'sfi 

Staeb Leonard, carpenter, F. & P. M. E. R. .' ''W^ 

Stage Miss Anna, bds J. J. Baker. '.^ 

Little Jake & Co., " Boss " Clothiers of the State. 

Stahl Leonard, cooper F. W. Stihvcll, bds Michael Stahl. 
Stahl Michael, lab, res 514 Walnut. 9. • .,.. ^, 

Stall IMargrett, lives with Mrs. Isabella Wright. -'f 

Stapo Leonard, carpenter, bds Mrs. Caroline Haas. ;? 

Stapo Valentine, lab, bds Mrs. Caroline Haas. 
Stanard E. (}., agt lil'e, fire and marine insurance, bds Mary 

Ward. 
Staniford Joseph P., book-keeper Itevnolds & Choate, bds 0. 

Holland, AVash'n. 
, Starral James, lab, res e sMumford, bet Cherry and Walnut. 4. 
Staring Adam IL, lab, res c s Mackinaw, n Washington, 3. 
Stark Byron G., book-keeper George Lockley, res Saginaw City. 
Starker Daniel F., elk J. C. J^lercer, bds M. Little, cor Emersou 

and 'Water. 5. 
Starkweather Ciiarles, lireman, F. & P. M. R. R. 
Starkweather Edward, Genesee street bridge tender, res town 

of Carrollton, village of Florence. 
Stannaii Theodore, lab, res 31G e s 4th, bet Johnson and Fitx- 

hngh. 5. 
Starrow Jose[)h, blacksmith, wks Charles A. Dallired. 
Stars Archibald, wks W. Lucas. 
Stutts Samuel, wks "I'liiternrisi! " as local editor. 



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Sluuber Jacob, retired, res 45i7 AVarren. 2. 

Stuubcr William, bJs Stauber's Hotel. 

St. Dennis Ilormisdas, 1st miller, Mayfiower mills, res -ith, bet 
Farwell and Norman. 3. 

St. Don George, lab, bds Joseph Asliu. 

Stearns William 11., marble dealer, shop w s JefTn, bet Gene- 
see and German, res s s Janes, cor 14th. 4. 

Steckert Miss Catherine, home -with II. S. Steckert. 

Steckert Jacob, propr Steckert's Hotel, No. 123 n Washington, 
bet Genesee and Tuscola. G. 

Stedeman Joseph, wks Mayflower mills. 

Stedrey Frank, lives with J. J. Kochka. 

Steel George, lab, bds Joseph Parquette. 

Steel George, lab, bds Mathias Kipfmueler, 

Steele James, boiler-maker, bds W. Smith. 

Steele Mrs. Mary, res Maple, cor Martha. 

Steele Thomas, " Pioneer Steam Boiler Works," w d s Wash'n, 
cor Mason, res 402 Emerson, cor Maple. 4. 

Steele Thomas, Jr., wks and bds T. Steele. 

Steere , res Tuscola, near 12th. 8. 

Stein Joachim, lab, res 4th, bet Kirk and Norman. 2. 

Ji. A: II. Korlt & €o. arc the €ireat Popular Clotliicr!^. 

Steirengcr Gaol, lab, res e s AVater, bet Hayden and AVilliam. 7 

Steinhardt Jnlins, elk, bds Stauber's Hotel. 

Stekman John, lab, bds Bohm & ^Miller. 

Stelcnar IMiss Theressa, wks Mrs. J. L. Glenn. 

Stepankoi)a Jliss Barbara, wks F. Dieckmann. 

Stephens Alexander, lab, res cor Johnson and 10th. 3. 

Steve Miss Mary, home with John Lyons. 

Stever Charles B., propr American House, w s Cass, bet Gen- 
esee and Tuscola. 4. 

Sterling Frank, bds Thomas Sterling. 

Sterling Thomas, teamster, res 5Lh, cor Gerjnau. 4. 

Sternhagen Christian, grocer, reses Webster, bet German and 
Lapeer. 3. 

STERNHAGE]^ & SCHRAMM, grocers, etc.. 211 Lapeer. 

Sternhagen Charles, grocer, res Carroll, bet Johnston and 
Tuscola. 

Sterns Joseph, harness maker, wks for Hovey, res 12th, bet 
Carroll and Wadsworth. 7. 

Stetson Charles, elk and bds E. B. Barnes. 

Stetson Charles, dealer in iron, res Astor, bet Astorand Potter. 

Steve Miss Annie L., works C. M. (Jurtis. 

Stevens Alexander, res cor .lohnson and 10th. 3. See Ste- 
phens. 



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Stevens ]\[ouzo C, milk pcililler. res ii o cor Ilaydeu and"? 

Thompson. 3. ( 

Stevens Jacob, lab, res cor 12th unci Tuscola. 8, i J" , 

Stevens John, baggageman F. &. P, if. Ji. R., res Astor, bet .'v ' 

Rockwell and Warren. 1. ^vi 

STEVENS JOSHUA S., lumber, etc., shingle mauuf'r; ,V, 

mill and ollice cor n AVatcr and Whitney, ur F. & P. M. • •' ; 

K.R. track, res :]15 s AVash'n. Employs from 40 to 50;*" 

men. See advt. 4. -P 

Stevens Mrs. Julia A., wid, res s w cor Morris and Lytle. 
Stevenson jMiss Belle, , res 'JOG e s Warner, bet Tuscola'. 

and Johnson. -i 

Stevenson Dugald, lab, res 4th, bet Kirk and Sears. 4. '^, 

Stevenson Hugh, carpenter, res 8tli, bet Miller and Sears. 8. . 
Stevcr C. B. & Co. (0. B. Stever, R. I. Stever, and 0. A. Orip--i 

pen), grocers, 415 Genesee. ^ 

Stever C. B. (C. B. Stever & Co.), res American House. 
Stever L., watchmaker and engraver, bds American House. 
Stever Robert 1'., grocer, res n s 3Iillard, bet Jelferson and' 

Maple. 3. 
Stever R. 1'., res Millard, bet Jefferson and Warren. 3. r 

Patronize the *'Hos$»" Clothiers, l^ittlc Juke &. Co. 

Stewart Alexander, carpenter, ros e s Rockwell, bet Fitzhugh 
and Johnson. XI. 

Stewart Charles, lab, bds Lynch Hotel. T 

Stewart Benjamin, lal), bds AV\ A\'. Armstrong. 

Stewart Hugh, agt, res e s 14th, s of Janes. G. 

Stewart James, commission merchant, res n s Carroll, bet Jef- 
ferson and AVarren. 

STEWART JAMES & Co., wholesale produce dealers, cor 
Genesee and AVater. See advt. 

Stewert John N., sailor, res 519 cor Thompson andAV^elles. 4. 

Stilwell Betsey, bds Anson Hobson. 

Stillwell Volney R., stone-cutter, bds Anson Hobson. 

Still Hiram (Burnham & Still), res w s AVash'n, cor Doug« 
las. 3. 

Stilwell John AV., machinist, bds A. Hobson. 

Stilwell Theodore AV., cooper, Jesse Hoyt, res e s u AVater, bet 
Carroll and Fitzliugh. G. 

Stine Adam, printer, " Courier" office, bds Oscar Hull. 

Stine John C, mechanic, F. & P. M. R. R. 

Stino Peter, sawyer, res 1st, bet Wash'n and Jetton. 4. 

Stinejey Joseph, lab, res e s 8th, bet Carroll and AVadswortb. 3. 



EAST SAGINAW DIKECTORV. 241 

Slineliuff Benjamin, bds J. Snowdon. 

Slingle & Bros. (George and John), butchers, market s Wash- 
ington, bet Genesee and Tnscola. 

Stingle Christopher, wks with G. Stingle. 

Stiugle George (Stingle Bros.), res e s Franklin, bet Jolinsoii 
and Fitzhngh. 5. 

Stingle John (Stingle Bros.), res cor Warren and Franklin. 3. 

.Stingle Miss Mary, Jives with George Stingle, 

Stinlein John, shoemaker, res e s Mackinaw, n of Miller. G. 

Stinson & Bridgeman (James Stinsou, George R. Bridgeman), 
crockery, furnishing goods, and gas fixtures, 103 s Water. 

Stinson James (Stinson & Bridgeman), res 537 Millard. 4. 

St. Anthony David, sawyer, res No. 1001, cor 5th and Norman. 

St. Chire Miss J{osa, , bds with Miss Belle Stevenson. 

St. Ililairc Joseph, cook, bds A. Picard. 

St. John Miss Louisa, bds T. Saylor. 

St. John llensie, lab, bds Thomas Kenney. 

St. Louis "William, lab, bds Abram F. Sharick. 

St. Mary Amable, shoemaker, res s s Lapeer, bet 1:1th and 
13th. 7. 

St. Mary Nelson, lab, res Little, s of Nimons. 8. 

M. &, II. Koclft &. Co., the Clothiers. 

St. Mary Peter, elk, Schott & Co., res e s Warren, bet Lapeer 

and Tuscola. 3. 
Stoblc Miss Millie, home with Wm. Fice. 
Stockengar Henry, lab, res s s Wadsworth, near railroad. 0. 
Stocker Miss Mary S., wks C. M. Curtis. 
Stockton Edward, stonecutter, res n s Johnson, bet 3d and 

4th. 3. 
Stock well Jewet, lab, bds John Webster. 
Stodard Charles, engineer, F. & P. ^L R. Il.,bd8 Wm. H. llace. 
Stoddard Mrs. Catherine J. (wid), res e s Genesee, end of Hoy t. G. 
1 Stoddard , agt Wheeler & Wilson Sewing M. Co. See 

elsewhere. 3. 
Stoddard Charles L., tel opr, bds W. Land is. 
Stoffans Henry', res e s 5th, bet Carroll & Fitzhngh. 3. 
Stole George, wks Franklin House. 

Stoltz George, res 220 e s Warren, bet Johnson and Tuscola. 6. 
Stoltz John, res 214 e 8 AVarren, bet Johnson and Tuscola. 3. 
Stono Andrew J., ship carpenter, bds Mrs. H. McAuley. 
Stone Fred, lab, res e s 8th, bet Johnson and Wadsworth. 2. 
Stone Orion M., agt, bds with Horace Mason. 
Stone (k'orge, lab, res 3H; J*ark. 2. 

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242 KAST SAOINAW DIUECTOUY. i; 

Stork F., broom manuf'r, shop and res 5th, bet Lapeer aud 

Tuscola. 2. 
Stork Harvey, shoemaker W. B. Hawkins, res AVadsworth. 
Stork Reuben, wiper, round house F. & P. M. R. R, ] 

Storms Gilbert, ship carpenter, res e s Water, bet Germaa 

Colony Road aud Bristol. 5. 
Stores Lucius C, asst sec'y and treas F. & P. M. R. R., res w p 

Carroll, bet JefF'ji and Warren. •>{ 

Story Albert, elk, bds Rev. J. S. Goodman. \i\ 

Stough John, flagman F. & P. M. R. R., res 6th, bet Miller and 

Sears. 2. 
Stowe Charles W. (Stowe & Sarber), physician, bds Averill 

House. 
Stowe & Sarber (Chas. W. Stowe aud W. H. Sarber), physi- 
cians, office Franklin, bet Genesee aud German. 
Stowers Mrs. Jesse, waitress Everett House. -. .. { 

STRAASBURG GUST A V, meat market, u e cor Genesee" 

and Clay, res 4th. 3. 
Strable John, lab, res u s Douglas, w of Jeflerson. 8. .^\ 
Strake John, gardener, res German Colony Road. 3. ^^ 

Strahl Rudolph, blacksmith, e s 2d, bet German and Janes, res 

bet oth and Gth, on Janes. 2. 

Little Juke &. Do. Undersell Everybody. 

Strasburg August, STRASBURG HALL, c s Warren, cor 

Lapeer. G. 

Strattou , res s s Nimons. bet Mackinaw aud Ballard. 2. 

Straw Charles, meat dealer, res Washington st, bet Astor and 

Miller. 3. 
Straw RulofF, blacksmith, res n s Janes, bet 5th and Gth. 2. 
Streeter A. N., lab, bds Scanlan House. 
Stroebel Andrew, lab, res e s 1st, bet Walnut and Cherry. , 2. 
Stroble Joseph, porter Derby & Co., res 224 Johnson, cor 

Franklin. 5. 
Strokeie John, lab, res w s 10th, bet German and l^apeer. 
Strogan William, lab, wks Jesse Hoyt. 
Stropy David, lab, res w s Mackinaw, s of Mill. 3. 
Strong Harry H., general circulator '• Courier,'' bds Bancroft 

House. 
Struck J., Avks Sears & Holland. 

Stubbs Miss Jennie, bds George A. Wilber. ' ■ 

Studor Anthony, lab, res s s Hess, c I\[ackinaw. 3. 
Studor Horace, rus w of Water, near Bundy and Youmau's 

saw mill. 5. 
Stumpf F. A., tailor, Frank (J. Wilkin. 



EAST SAGIXAW DIKECTOKV. X*4o 

Sturdy Mi.ss Emma, home with John Quelch. 

Sturk Martin, lab, res w 3 11th, bet Johnson and Wads worth. 3 . 

Stiieck William, wks Sears and Holland. 

iStyne John, boot and shoemaker, res w s Beecher, bet Cherry 

and Janes. 5. 
Suback Jacob, carpenter, bds D. Maclntyre. 
Suhr Charles, elk, A. K. Penny & Son. 
Sullivan Daniel, carpenter, bds Hugh Lennon. 
Sullivan D., detective, bds William II. Race. 
Sullivan Edward, elk, bds Ebel House. 
Sullivan Misa Louisa, wks J. Ingledew. 
Sullivan Patrick, blacksmith, bds Mrs. Cooler. 
Sullivan Patrick, lab, bds Bechtel's Hotel. 
Summerfield Alexander, elk, bds Thomas H. Smith. 
Summerfield Andrew, elk, res n w cor Johnson and 5th. 4. 
Summerfield Charles, deputy sheriff, bds Thomas W. Smith. 
Summerfield Charles, druggist, Potter, bet Franklin and 

Jeif'n, res cor 3d and Carroll. 2. 
Summeroak Mrs. Elizabeth (wid), res e s AVarreu, near 

Atwater. 5. 
Summeroak Miss Lizzie, Avks J. W. Hovey. 
Summeroak Miss Mary, wks A. Schupp. 

LowcHt Prices ut M. Sc II. Koch & Co'k. 

Summeroak John, coppersmith, F. & P. M. R. R. 
Summers Joseph, blacksmith, res TjOI Janes, cor Cth. 5. 
Sutherland William 0. (Sutherland & AVhceler), res b o side 

Miller, bt Jelfu and Rockwell. 3. 
Sutherland & Wheeler (Jabez G. Sutherland, John J.Wheeler), 

attorneys-at-law, oflice undetermined. See advt. 
Sutherland Samuel A., blacksmith, res Cass, bet Genesee and 

German. 
Sutton Frank, elk. Wheat & Co., bJs Mrs. Hubert. 
Sutton Washington M., attorney, res w s Rockwell, bet Lapeer 

and German. 5. 
S waltz Henry, blacksmith, wks Christ Koch. 
Swanson J. A., Carpenter, F. & P. M. R. R. 
Swarthout Harvey, carpenter, res Gth, bet Ikliller and Seara. 4. 
Swayze Garret S., mail agent, F. & P. M. R. R., 523 Franklin. 4. 
Sweat Miss Flora A., home with T. W. Stilwoll. 
Sweeny Michael, lab, bds Martin Manion. 
Sweet Joseph K, ship carpenter, res n Miller, w Wush'n. 3. 
Sweet John, street-cur driver, res w s Wash'n ave, s of Linton. H. 
Sweet K. C, engineer, res n w cor Gth and Carroll. 5. 
Swett Zenas, dealer in cigars and liquors, bds Everett House. 



244 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. Jfj' 
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Swimer Charles, lab, res cor Tuscola and 8th. 3. W: 

Swimer Christopher, edger, Avks Jesse lloyt. • jtf 

Swinertou David E,, produce and commission merchant) Led- 4, 

yard & Swinerton), res e s Thompson, bet Warren and " 

]\faple. 4. 
Hwortskie Miss Louisa, home with Frederick Godard. 
Swortskie Miss ]ilinnic, home with Frederick Godard. 
State AVilliam, editor " Enterprise," bds Everett Ilouse. 

T. ■ , ;! 

Taggett Andrew S. (Taggett, Plumb & Co.), res w s Jeffersou,^^ 
bet Tuscola and Johnson, 401 Fitzhugh, cor Johnson. 2. t 

Taggett Orscaraus A., elk, Taggett, Plumb & Co., bds A. S. '' 
Taggett. t| 

TAGGETT PLIJ3IB & Co. (Andrew 8. T., Laura M. ^^i 

), Vallev City Coffee and Hpice Mills, 1^>5, 127 nf 

AVater, Burtt bik. H'- 

'I'aliy Martin J., yardmawter, F. & V. M. II. 11., res cor Norman^,' 
and 3d. 4. 

Taker William, cooper, res (ierman Colony road. 3. 

One Priec to all nt Little Juke &, €o's. 

Talbot James, bds liuncroft Ilouse. ■ 

Talbot liichard, R. P. contractor, res w s 2d, bet Chesnutand "^ 

Cherry. "). 
Tallcnt Franklin, bds T. Sadlier. 
Talent A., upholsterer, w s Cass, bet (ienesee and German, res 

same. 3. 
Tanenholz Moses P., cigar-maker, bds Kuapp Gottlieb. 
Tarbell 11. 8., principal city schools, res cor Emerson and 

Welles. 5. 
Targets Othelia, wks P. Zellner. 
Tarsney Miss Eliza, home with Timothy E. Tarsney. 
Tarsney Mrs. Allen (wid), res e s Cornelia, n Atwater. 3. 
Tarsney Miss May E., home with Timothy E. Tarsney. 
TARSNEV timothy E., att'y and justice of the peace, 

office over 317 Genesee, res s s Tuscola, bet Warren and 

Webster. 8ee advt. 4. 
Tavisli liichard, lab, bds John Webster. 
Taylor Benjamin F., lives S. D. Newman. 
Taylor Mrs. Delia, lives P. Taylor. 
Taylor Emma, res s c cor AVebster and Clay. 
Taylor George, blacksmith, shop F. & P. M. li. P, 
Taylor George, assistant sawyer, wks .Jesse Iloyt. 



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Taylor Harlow, lab, res 423 Washington, cor Millard. G. 

Tuyior James, lab, bds Marshall B. Spencer. 

Taylor James 11., bds Alexander House. 

Tuyior John, bds S. W. Green. 

Taylor John, wks Buody & Youraaus, res w s Mackinaw. 4. 
:; I Taylor Malcom, lab, bds Abram F. Sliarick. 

Tuyior ;Miss Matilda, wks H. Still. 

Tuyior Philip, propr St. Nicholas restaurant, n e cor Genesee 
and Wasb'n, res n s Hess, bet Mackinaw and Little. 6. 

Tuyior & Kouse, proprs St. Nicholas Restaurant, Genesee, cor. 
Wash'n. 

Tuyior Thomas, mason, res n s Eaton, w Mackinaw. 2. 

Tuyior William, lab, bds P. Taylor. J>. 
I ' Taylor AViJliam, carver, Bancroft House. 

Taylor AVilliam, mechanic, shop F. & P. M. K. I{. 

Teal John, bds John Webster. 

Teager John, mechanic, wks F. & P. U. depot. 

Tebo Christopher, foreman, Warner & Eastman's saw mill, res 
n Av cor Centre and Mackinaw. .">. 
1^ Tebo Mrs. Ellen, lives J. Compo. 

Tcceintien Charles, lab, res cor 4th and Lapeer. 5. 

Only one Prii'c at M. & II. Koch & Co's. 



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Tody Miss Christina, props Dexter Salter, Tuscola, bet Cass 

and Jefferson. X*. 
Tcdy [Taley] Marcus, blucksniith, shop and res I'^O 4th. 
'L'eel John, barber, Thos. Hanson, bds .Miss E. Welsh. 
Teepell John, bds W. W. Armstrong. 
Teetzel John M., carpenter and joiner, res e s Park, bet Ches- 

nut and Park. 

TEl.EUIlAl^H OFFICES. 

Western Union Telegraph office, A. Ferguson, manager, Wis- 

ner blk, cor Genesee and Franklin. 
American Telegraph office, Bancroft House. 
Railroad Telegraph office, F. & P. U. depot. 
American Telegraph Institute, Loyds' blk, No. 15!) Wash'n. 

Telting Fitz, carpenter, shop F. & P. U. R. Tl. 

Templeton Charles, tin-ware pedlar, res w s Lytle, s of 
ilorris. 4. 

T'eman Thomas, lab, res w s Gtii, bet German and Janes. 8. 

TenEyck C. & E. (Charles and Egbert TenEyck) shingle man- 
ufacturers and stave dealers, office and mill cor n Water 
and As tor. 



24G EAST SAQINAAV DIRECTORY. 

Tennant William S., atty, office No. 5, AVisner blk. 
Tennenholtz Moses, cigar mannf'r, bds Ebel House. 
'Jennie S. W., lab, bds Mathew Borland. 
Tennster Jobn, lab, res e s 7tl), bet Lapeer and Tuscola. 0. 
Terry Arthur, confectionery and soda water, e s Wasii'n, n of 

Eandolph, res same. 5. 
Terry Arthur W., mason and contractor, res e s AVash'n, cor 

Randolph. 5. 
Terry James B, contractor and builder, res s s William, bet 

Mackinaw and Little. 2. 
Terry James G., lumberman, res s w cor Cass and Fitzhugh. 4. 
Terry John, lab, bds Farmers' Home. 
Terrick Reuben, mechanic, shop F. & P. M. R. R. 
Tesch Miss Anna, sales-lady, Davis, Goldstone & Co. 
Test William, wks E. T. Judd, res w of Wash'n, s of German 

Colony road. 3. 
Teters Miss Jennie, wks J. J. Heely. 
Tetu Charles, surveyor, bds Henry Neagely. 
Tetz Charles, lab, res e s of Mumford, n of Walnut. 5. 
Tiboult Francis, lab, bds Joseph Aslin. 
Tichenor Isaac P., supc Hoyts' planing mill, bds Rev. J. S. 

Goodman. 

Lur^^est Stock in the Slate at IJttle Jake's. 

Tief William, lab, bds A. Picard. ' ■ 

'^I'ilion 'JMiomas, lab, bds Joseph Aslin. 

Tillotson Dor, matrass manufacturer, rus e s 4-tb, bet Lapeer 

and German. 3. 
Timmons John, circular sawyer, Warner & Eastman. 
Tirmigan Thomas, lab, bds American House. 
Titro Lewis, lab, bds Josepb Aslin. 
Tiryon Christopher, edger, wks Jesse Hoyt. 
Tisdale Lucieji, express agent, res AVarren, bet Astor and 

Miller. 3. 
Titus Dewitt, res 31G 2d. 2. 
Titus Jonas H., printer, city expressman, res AVebster, near 

Hoyt. 4. 
Thatcher AVarren, wks C. & E. Ten Eyck, bds S. Bishop. 
T'hcde Marcus, blacksmith, e s 2d, bet German and Janes. 
Thomas John, lab. res 103, cor of ijapeer and 3d. 'J. 
Tomas Joseph, wks C. & E. Ten Eyck. 

Thompson Adam T., wks Mowbray & Richardson, bds . 

Thomas Mrs. Anna (wid), lives J. Yero. 

'JMiompson Bradley M., alt'y, res Web.ster, cor 'J^hompson, 4. 



EAST SACUNAW DIRECTOKY. 247 



Thompson David Ole, police, res n s Franklin, bet Astor and 
Miller. 4. 

Thompson Edward, machinist, Merrill, Eastwood & Co. 

Thompson Edward, lab, res w s High, n German Coleny Road. 7. 

Thompson James, lab, res s s Nimons, bet ;^^ackinaw and Bal- 
lard. 3. 

Thompson Miss Jennie, wks A. B. Wood. 

Thompson John, painter, Burtt & Loomis, bds Oscar Hull. 

Thompson John, saw-setter, res Gth, bet Kirk and Norman. 1. 

Thomas J. H., waiter Everett House. 

Thompson Libbie, bds Everett House. 

Thomas Michael, Acks Merrill, Eastwood & (Jo. 
I' Thompson Orange 8., lunibcrmun, res n e cor Franklin and 
Carroll. 5. 

'I'hompson Omar D., principal East Saginaw high school, res 
e B Webster, s of William. 5. 

Thompson Robert, R. R. contractor, ress wcor Mackinaw and 
Nimons. 4. 

Thompson Robert, painter, bds Oscar Hull. 

Thomson Robert, painter, wks Baker & Bros. 

Thomson Tucker, bar-tender, Everett House. 

Tompson William, mechanic, depot, bds Henry I^aegely. 

Iff. & H. Koch & Co., the IVKcrchuiit TniiorH. 

Thompson William, lumber, inspector and book-keeper, Bar- 
nard & Binder, res e s Grant, s of Main. 3. 

Thompson Zavia, drayman, res e s Douglass, bet Cherry and 
Walnut. 2. 

Thomson John M., agent Victor Sewing Machine, res German, 
bet 7th and 8th. 1. 

Thomson Mrs. Lottie M. (wid), res 207 w s Cass, bet Johnson 
and Tuscola. 

Throop Miss Etty, lives C. Perry. 

Thurtle Miss Elizabeth A., home with George Conn. 

Thurber Horace C, banker, res Washington. 

Thurber & HoUon, Saginaw Valley liank, cor Genesee and 
Wash'n. 

Thuster Theressa, wks P. O'Donnell. 

Tobin John, night watchman, F. & P. M. R. R., res bet Sears 
and freighthouse. 4. 

Tobin Michael, bar-tender, A. Dunlap. 

Tochner John, carpenter, res w s 5th, bet Johnson and Tus- 
cola. 4, 

Todd Miss Mary, wks L. C. Storrs. 

Todd A. William, engineer, bds Garvin House. 



248 KASl SAO IN AW DIRECTORY. 



Toddy Ferdinand, lab, res a s Walnut, e of Muniford. 4. 

Todentou Henry, lab, res w s Webster, s of Eaton. J>. 

Tolman George, lab, bds II. Tolman. 

Tolman lleury, lab, ros w s ^liller, s Main. f). 

Tolman Joseph, lab, bds K. Tolman. ,• 

Toplar (Joorge, lab, res East, s Mackinaw, 'i. 

T'opping William, joiner, res e s AVebster, cor Merrill. 5. 

Tomarsic Joseph, lab, res w s 11th, bet Johnson and Wads- 
worth. 0. 

** TOM 1)A VIS' " DllUG STORE, w s Mackinaw, 5 doors 
3 Centre, bds Salina House. 

Tompkins Mrs. Jane (wid), wks J. A. Whittier. 

Tompkins William S., grocer, res cor 5th and Sears, li. 

Toreugo Miss Amelia, wks L. Simoneau. 

Torengo Miss Phillis, wks L. Simoneau. 

Tory Lydia, wks Lucius Ilovey. 

Tauchet Noel, lab, Tremont House. ; 

Toupin CJharles, lab, bds A. I'icard. 

Towsley P. II., lab, bds Henry Naegely. 

Toway John, carpenter, bds John W. liaker. 

Townsend William, lab, res s s William, c AVashingtou. i. 

Si* ISautcriii^r al Utile Juke's. 



Trainer J. A., teller, Merchants' Xalional Bank, bds Bancroft 
House. 

'I'rainor ]\liss Uosa, wks (i. D. WalcoLt. 

'I'raop John, brick nuison, res w s ;kl, bet Kil/.hugh and Car- 
roll. :.. 

Travers John, shoemaker, res w s ath, cor Lapeer. 0. 

TRAVERS JOHN & Co. (J. Travers and Amable St. 
]\rary), boot ami shoe manufrs, over 319 Genesee. See 
advt p, index. 

Travis Wm. F., wks Varieties, bds J. J. Reamer. 

Trauk Joseph, painter, bds Isaac S. Allen. 

Tray Mrs. Harriet, bds Jacob li. Nison. 

Traynor Jphn, wks W. Lucas. 

Treadwell Elijah, bds P. Brown. 

Trcmain Francis, lumber inspector, bds l^lrs. Mary Armstrong. 

Trevidick Kichard, sash and blind manuf'r, res GIG Warren. 5. 

Trombley Mrs. Adeline (wid), lives with Andrew Currie. 2. 

Trombley Joseph, res e s Douglas, bet Cherry and Walnut. 

Trombley Louis, lab, bds A. Kust. 

Truceky Andrew, i)aiuLer, bds .Jacob L. Nilson. 

Trumbull Charles I)., painter, res 2d, w Mackinaw, s Mi mons. 2. 



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EAST SAOINAW lUKECTOUY. 240 



Tucker John, stone and brick murfon, res o'iJ Iloyt, cor 

Welles. ;. 
Tucker Thomas, bur-keeper, res n s Jiristol, bet Water and 

AVashiugtou. i. 
Tnclch John, night-watch F. & P. M. H. K. 
Tnpper Joseph, carpenter, bds Mrs. Sarah Burke. 
Turck Frank, lab, res n s Tuscola, bet 8th and 9th. 7. 
f. f Turner Francis, barber, bds Abrani Reyno. 

Turner Henry, res w s Wash'n, s of (Jerman Colony Road. '.>. 
: • Tusch George II., confectioner, Avks AVm. Krekow. 

I Tuthill Joshua, coal, tire clay, and brick, and sewer pipe, 

i office and yard Park dock, w s Water, bet Fitzhugh and 

I Johnson, res Wash'n ave, .Saginaw City. 

Tuttle William, wks A. Rust. 

Tattle AVilliam Henry, lumberman, res m s JetfOrson, bet 
Johnson and Fitzhugh. G. 
j y Twain Henry, lab, bds Farmers' Home. 

Twaits James, lumber inspector, res G20 Jefi'erson. 11. 
T waits James W , inspector, res Jefferson. 
Tweedy David F., carpenter, res w « Park, bet Knierson and 
Merrill, i. 

yi. &: II. Koeli &. Co., the LcnderKt <»r Futtlifoii. 

Twist James li., riverman.res w s Little, bet liEain and Hess. G. 

Tyler Benjamin I'., dealer in musical merchandise, res l'i5 
s AVashington. '>. 

Tyler F. Bros & Co. (B. I'\, C. A., and S. L.), dealers in musi- 
, , cal merchandise, l'^5 s ^^'ashington. 

', I Tyler Charles A., dealer in musical merchandise, bds Benja- 

min F. Tyler. 

Tyler Alanson AV., Bristol-street bridge-tender, res cor h'itz- 
hugh and AVashington. 

Tyler Mrs. Hattie J., dressmaker, res w s Washington ave, 
[if 3 of Linton? 13. 

)| Tyler Lansing A., toll keeper, middle bridge, bds 40:i AVater, 

■^ cor Fitzhugh. See Alanson AV. Tyler. '2, 

,i Tvler Saleu L.. dealer in musical merchandise, bds Benjamin 

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Uhl Charles, niechauic, wks F. & P. M. depot. 

Umans James, carpenter, res n ^filler, e Sag. Citv & St. Clair 

R. R. ::. 

Umans Joseph, bds J. li^mans. 



250 KA.ST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 

Unger Moses, foreman, water works, res s s Tuscola, bet 9th 

and 10th. 3. 
IJttley David & Son (David and George Uttley), groceries and 

glassware, s e cor of Genesee and Warren. 
Uttiug Miss Jennie, sales lady, wks Davis, Goldstone & Co. 
irtting Robert, painter, res n w cor Miller and 5th. 5. 



V. 



Valentine John C, foreman Sears & Holland, res w s Wash'u, 

cor Brady. 4. 
Yallet Joseph, saloon and b h, e s "Water, bet Emerson and 

Mason, res same. 4. 
Valley Charles, lab, res w s Little, s of Nimons. 4. 
Valley Francis M., lumberman, res w s Little, bet Hess and 

Main. 4. 
Valiquette Francois, lab, bds A. Picard. 
Valyer Joseph, lab, res e Little, near Avater works. G. 
Vanantwerp Frank A., elk, res 616 s s Lapeer, bet 3d and 4th. 4. 
Vanalstiue Wm., wks Coburn & Co., bds S. Bishop. 
Vanbushkirk Samuel, wks Harvey & Coleman, livery. 

Iiitervieiv tlic "Bojui^" Ciotliier^, Little Juke &, Co. 

Vancise ^liss Jane, wks Charles F. Shaw, 
Vancise ^liss Jennie, wks Boergert & Co. 
\'^au ]^er Bom liev. Francis, pastor St. Clary's Church, church. 

u e cor lloyt and Welles, res 2"-31 AVelles. 
Vandyke Henry, lab, res e s 3d, bet Fitzhugh and Carroll. 3. 
Vandezant Henry, lab, bds J. Armstrong. 
Vauek Francis, harness-maker, wks for Hovey, res 12th, 
Van Helen Joseph, carpenter, bds Mrs, L. A. Cook, 
Vanhorn Albert, wngon-maker, res e s Warren, bet Lapeer and 

Tuscola. 4. 
Vanliew Dunbar, lab, res e s Lytle, s of Morris. 2. 
Van Norman Mrs. Elizabeth (wid), res 631 Webster. 4, 
Van Norma^ John, wks A. H. Hunter. 
Vannorman llomaine, propr Saginaw Valley House, e s u 

AVater, bet German and Tuscola. 
Van Patten John, foreman Curtis, Estabrook & Co., bds John 

AV'eljster, 
Van Sickle, Eugene, lab, res 453 2d, 6. 
\'an Sickle John, lal), res s s of Eaton, bet Mackinaw and 

Washington. 3, 
Van Valkenburg Jerome, meat market, junction Hoyt and 

Ma])le, Bude's blk, res same. 2 



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Viinvleet Ethau W., Bheriff, res ss Carroll, bet 4tli and 5th. C. 

Vunvleet George, wks Ilarvey & Coleman, livery. 

Vanwagner Orlando C, slioe maker, res w 8 Warren, bet Oar- 
roll and Fitzhngli. 2. 

Vanwagner Orlando C, foreman Harvey & Coleman, res cor 
Franklin and German. 

Vanwort Seward, elk, res w s KockM'ell, bet Carroll and Fitz- 
hugh. 5. 

Varey Thomas, carpenter, res e s Gth, bet Johnson and . 5, 

Varnemuende John, drayman, res e s Smith, bet 1st and 
^ "Walnut. 2, 

Varnumindy John, lab, res e s 3d, e Walnut. 6. 

V'assold Herman, dry goods merchant, res e s Welles, bet 
Emerson and Iloyt. 3. 

Vaseur Peter, lab, bds Joseph Aslin. 

Vaughn , Bristol-street bridge-tender, res Bridgeport.- 

Vaughn Joseph, lab, bds William Crossland. 

Vantiftlin Miss V., dressmaker, wks Mrs. E. G. Hammond. 

Veekman Fred., lab, res 10th, bet German and Lapeer. G. 

Veiueick Edward, furnishing store, res cor 4th and Tuscola. C. 

Veloy Abram, ship carpenter, res 213 Elm. 2. 

Fine Furiiit»hiiig[ Goods at m. &. II. Koch &. Co'g. 

Velic Charles, res 410 llth, bet Wadsworth and Johnson. 3» 

Veloy Emily, lives with A. Veloy. 

V^eenllit Miss Elma, bds C. L. Ortman. 

Verst ]\Iiss Annie, home with Alonzo P. Mead. 

Vero Joseph, lab, res w s Miller, s of Hess. 5. 

Vestey T. H., physician, office cor Franklin and Genesee, res u 
e cor Thompson and Maple. 

Vinilleve Godfroid, lab, bds Joseph Parquette. 

Vezuvias John, lab, bds Joseph Parquette. 

Vice Miss Frona, home with Knapp Gottlieb. 

Vickie Michael, lab, res e s Warren, s of McCoskry. 8. 

Vickevert Louis, lab, res s s Cherry, w Douglas. G. 
V Vincent Mosses M., lab, res n s Centre, bet Webster and Miller. 3. 

I Viger John, lab, res Rust, e Sag. City & St. Clair B. R. 4. 

I Voise Lafayette, lab, bds T. Riddell. 

i Voise Morris, lab, lives with T. Riddell. 

Vogel Julius, baker Wm. Krekow. 

Vosburgh Charles IL, painter, res 7th, bet Kirk and Sears. 3^ 
> Vol/. Rev. Conrad, pastor German Lutheran Church, res n 8 

*" (Jerman, bet Rockwell and 3d. 4. 

I, Vorey Miss Sarah, sales-lady James I. Robinson. 

Voss Mrs. Anna (wid), res w s High, s of Walnut. 4. 

V^rooniiiu M\yH Idii, lives M. I\l. Sill. 



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w. 

Wachmanu William, iisherinan, res u s Iloyt, bet Genesee and 

"Webster. 3, 
Wade Miss Elizabetli, home with W^illium II. Race. 
AVa^ner Charles, lab, res s s William, o Washington. 7. 
Wait Charles, riverman, bds D. CMiriscadau. 
Wait Henry J., lab, res 302 s e cor Third and Johnson. 5. 
Walacc Henry, lab, res s s iferrill, bet Park and Webster. 4.' 
Walcli Miss Ann, wks llev. R Van Der Bom. 
Walcott George D., civil engineer, res Franklin, bet Miller and 

Carroll. 5. 
Wald Andrew, butcher G. Strasburg, bds same. 
AValgust ;Miss Miunie, wks Mrs. J. Mooi'es. 
Walke John 11., lab, res n Washington. 3. 
Walker Charles, wks Harvey & Coleman, livery, bds H. Studor. 
AValkcr George, lab, bds Alexander House. 
Walker George, lab, bds Abram 1\ Sharick. 
Walker George, lab, bds Alexander Hoiise. 
Walker J. F., fruit tree agt, bds Everett House. 
Wall Miss ]Mary, Avks J. !S. liouse. 

Little Jake &, Co., Wisiicr Bloek. 

AVallacc George, wks James Gordon Cameron. 

AV'allace Isaac, painter, wks IJaker & Bros. 

Wallace John, porter, res (Jth, bet ;^[iller and Hears, i. 

AValhice .Mrs. Margaret (wid), CJeorge W. Wallace, res Frank- 
lin, bet Cerniau and AVilliam. 6. 

Wallace Theodore, lab, iX'S e s Mackinaw. 4. 

Wallace Miss \'ictoria, home with James McCormic. 

Waller Jlenry, carin-nter, res s w cor Emerson and AVellea. 5. 

Waliin Frederick J., citvroslaurant,40G Genesee, rooms Hovey 
blk, n A\^ash'n. 

Walsh Jas. P., police'n, res \v s 1st, bet Cherry and AValnut. 3. 

AV^alsh Michael, tailor, M'ks Little Jake, res 1221 Merrill. C. 

AValsch Patrick, lab, res McCoskry, cor Cornelia. 3. 

Walter Chal'les, warehouseman, James Stewart & Co., res cor 
12th and Johnson. 

Walter Gustavo, lab. res w s 12th, bi-t Johnson and Wads- 
worth. 2. 

Walter John, lab, bds Abram F. Hharick. 

Walter Lewis, carpenter, slio)) l'\ iS:, P. M. Jl. P. 

Walter Wm., lab, res n h William, bet Alackinuw and Miller. 8. 

Walty Miss Barbara, lives Mrs. J. Schrepman. 

AVallz Diiniel, lal>, res s s Johnson, bet 10th and 11th. 10. 



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Waltz George, elk, bds John G. Edelman. 

Waltz Jacob, butcher, wks Fred Hubert. 

Waltz John, lab, res w 8 5th, bet Carroll and Fitzhugh. -l. 

Waltz John, operator, wks Jesse Hoyt. 

Waltz William, painter, bds Henry Pries. 

Wandschneider Frederic, cooper, lives Frederic Rurap. 

Wandschneider Henry, blacksmith, lives Frederic Rump. 

Wallis Mrs. Margaret (wid), res w s 7th, bet Cherry and 
Janes. 4. 

Ward A. H., mason, bds J. J. Reamer. 

Ward Mrs. Bridgett (wid Patrick Ward), res 5th, bet Kirk and 
Sears. 5. 

Ward Miss Frankie, , bds Clarendon House. 

AVard Hugh, wks and bds J. Ryan. 

Ward Miss Jane, wks T. Rogers. 

Ward T. C, Avaiter Bancroft House. 

Ward John H., auctioneer; res ;J05 Lupeer, bet Rockwell and 
A\^cbster. 2. 

Ward Mrs. Umj (wid Elisha Wurd), boarding house, e s Frank- 
lin and cor Franklin and Miller. 2. 

Ward ^liss Maud, , bds Clarendon House. 

Kocb & Co., iiencsee St., (kppofJtc ISaiicroft Ilouf«e. 

Ward W^illiam H., engineer, res e s '^d, bet Walnut and Chest- 
nut. 7. 

Warden William, trimmer, wks Baker & Bros. 

Warner & Eastman (William H. Warner and Loton H. East- 
man), lumber manuf'rs, saw mill w s Water, bet Emerson 
and Mason. 

Warner Charles J. F., carpenter, res n s Carroll, bet Water and 
AVashington. 0. 

Warner Miss Emma, adopted F. A. Curtis' family. 

Warner George, carpenter, shop F. & P. M. R. R. 

Warner George C, lumberman, res s w cor Thompson and 
Washington. 3. 

Warner Mrs. Mary (wid), res e b Mackinaw, bet Centre and 

I Hesse. 2. 

Warner Stephen R., printer, res w s Webster, n of Carroll. 3. 
Warner AVilliam, barber, wks Thomas Hanson. 
Warner William, dealer in groceries, provisions, etc., Lapeer, 
bet Clay and Rockwell. 2. 
I Warner William H., lumberman, res 500 Washington, cor Mil- 

«• lard. H. 

Warnlnmundia l^Vederick, wks Foi^^e Bros. 

Warren Kvny, inachiniMt Wickes BroH., I)d8 i'assage's, Wash'n. 



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"Warreu EaiDst, bds A. B. Passage. ^ 

Warren James, waiter Everett House. ■ -f 

WARREN JOSEPH (col), grocery and provision store, res 

and store cor Carroll and Ilockwell. 7. 
Warren Miss Kittie, bds Nettie Wells. 'f 

Warren Preserved, carpenter, res 5th, bet Kirk and Norman. 3. 
Warren Robert L., editor and i)ublisher "Enterprise," office w 
3 8 AVater, bet Genesee and German, res e s Wash'n, bet 
Fitzhugb and Carroll. 5. 
Warren Miss Sarah, vegetable cook, Bancroft House. ;/ 

Watson George H., gas-fitter, res cor Genesee and Mott. 6. • 
WASSERMANN CHRISTIAN, tailor, Wash'n, bet Gene- 

see and German, res cor Ohesnut and 2d. 2. 
Washburn Geo., drayman, res cor 6th, bet Fitzhugh and Car- 
roll. 2. ^. 
Wasserman Miss Lena, wks W. J. Loveland. f 
Waterman Christopher, tailor, res e a 2d, bet Chesuut and 

Walnut. 2. 
Waters George, wks Steel's foundry, res cor Ohesnut and 2d. 3. 
Waters John, riverman, bds Garvin House. 
Waters Nicliolas, lab, res 4th, bet Miller and Sears. 3. 

Little Jake & Co., " Bosh " Clothiers of the State. 

Waters Nicholas, farmer, res u s Janes, bet 5th and 6th. 8. 

Waters Peter, lab, bds J. J. Iteamcr. 

Watts Joseph L., carpenter, res s w cor 10th and Carroll, u. 

Watts Joseph 1)., operator, bds 0th. 

Watt George, mason, bds Marshall B. Spencer. 

Watt George, plasterer, bds Daniel Forrest. 

Watterman Miss Dora, wks Frank Keeler. 

Watts AVilliam, shoe maker, bds Tremont House — Warreu 
Merrett. 

Watson John, lab, bds Farmers' Home. 

Way, J., carpenter, bds Yerick Reuben. 

Way Richard, wks A. F. Bartlett & Co. 

Way Richard, blacksmith, res e s 6th, bet Fitzhugh and John- 
son. '5. 

Weatherby Lynda, , bds Ocean Wave. 

Wearer A. C, painter, bds Bechtel's Hotel. 

Weaver James A., boots and shoes, lOG Genesee, res n w cor 
Brady and AVashington. 

Weaver James A., boot and shoe dealer, res n w cor Washing- 
ton and Brady. ■[. 

Weaver William H., calkor, res e s Aliller, cor Centre. 4. 



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Wcuver, John M., fceamstor, res w s Cass, bet German and 

William. 5. 
Webb II. D., fireman F. & P. M. R. 11. 
Webb William, painter Jiurtt & Loomis, bds Oscar Hull. 
Webber Ciiarles, lab. bds E. II. Dickerman. 
Webber James S., gentleman, res n \v cor German and Warren. 
\ Webber Stephen, saloon, e s Genesee, n Sag. City & St. Clair 

I Webber William L., city Mayor, res Jeff'n. cor Douglas. 4. 
' Webber AV. L., land commissioner and solicitor,!'. & P.M. office. 
I WEBER CHARLES F., agt Blees' Sewing Machine, res 
i 224 w s 3d, bet James and German. 2. 

Jv Weber Johann C, shoemaker, res Genesee. 1. 
I Welster Daniel, elk, bds Thomas Kenny. 
^ Welster Edward, lab, bds Thomas Kenny. 
Webster Frank, bds Bancroft House. 
Webster John, carpenter, res bet Mackinaw and Sag. City & 

St. Clair R. R 7. 
Webster S. H., lumber manufr, bds Bancroft House. 2. 
Weever John M., teamster, res Cass, bet German and William. 3. 
Weed Mrs. Mary, bds AV. Smith. 

Kid GlovcH at ITI. & II. Koch & Co'h. 

Wegner Wm., mason, res cor Carroll and 13th. 2. 

WEGST ADAM, wholesale liquor dealer, 211 n Water, res 

3d, bet Eitzhugh and Johnson. 4. See advt. 
Wegst John, elk and bds Adam Wcgst. 
Weidermann Michael, res e s Gth, s German. 2. 
Weidmann Robert H. (Weidmann & Wright), lumberman, res 

803 Washington, cor Emerson. 5. 
Weinecke A. & Co. (Albert and Edward Weinecke), furniture 

manuf'rs and dealers, store n s Genesee, bet Cass and 

Franklin. 
Weinecke Albert, dealer in furniture, res 4th, bet Lapeer and 

Tuscola. 2. 
Weinecke Edward (Weinecke & Bro.), furniture manuf'rs and 

dealers, Geliesee, bet Franklin and (Jass, res cor 4th and 

Tuscola, 4. 
Weiss Samuel, elk Schott & Co., bds Steckert's Hotel. 
Weller Miss Margaret, Mrs. Alfred Weller, res Millard, near 

Wash'n. 
AVcller John, wks East Saginaw Manufacturing Co. 
Wellmau Curtis, lumlxTuuiu, res n s Hess, o Mackinaw. 5. 
Wellman Frank, lab, bds Jjynch Hotel. 
^Velliugton Ikasttis, salesman, res n s Johnson, bet 3il and 

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Wellington E. R, elk, J. W. Howry. 

Wellington Miss Lena, stndent, lives C. II. Camp. 

AVellington Scott, attorney, bds 0. II. Camp. 

AVellington Walker, waiter, Bancroft Ilonse. 

Wells ^liss Jennie, tailoress, wks Frank G. Welkin. 

Wells Simon P. (Cnrtis & AVells, livery), res e s Water, bet 
Carroll and Fitzliugh. 3. 

Welch John, Inmberman, othce with Eddy, Avery & Co., res 
cor Hoyt and Park. G. 

AVelch Richard, lab, res w s Maple, bet ^IcCoskry and 
Atwater. 4. 

AVelch AVilliam, wks East Saginaw Manutactnring Co. 

Welsh J\Iiss Catherine, wks National House, South Saginaw. 

Welsh Elisha, wks East Saginaw ]\ranufacturing Co., res w s 
Washington, bet Hayden and William. 

AVelsh Miss Eliza, boarding-house, w s Washington, bet Hay- 
den and William. 

AVelsh Michael, lab, bds Thomas Kenny. 

Welsh Moses J., blacksmith, bds Gilbert House, H. Naegley,. 
cor Franklin and Potter. 

Welsh Patrick, lab, bds j\Iathew Borland. 

f'uti'oiiizc llic '>llof»H" i'lotliicr><, Little Jake & Co. 

AVelsh William, wks East Saginaw JManulacturing Co., res w » 

Washington, bet Hayden and William. 
Welson John, lab, res Scars, bet ath and Gth. 1. 
Wendell AVilliam, teamster James Stewart Sc Co., bds Valley 

House. 
Wenkler M. E., grocer, cor Cth and Lapeer, '-i. 
Wenks Anthony, bds N. Klub. 
Wenks Charles & Co. (C. Wenks and Murlin C. Osborn), boot 

and shoe dealers, 321 Genesee. 
WENKS CHARLES, Monitor Lime Works, office w e 

Water, foot Hayden, res ji s Chesuut, bet Park and Gene- 
see. 3. 
WERNER & REIMERS(Wm Werner and Chas.Reimers), 

grocers; cor Lapeer and Rockwell. 
Werner lirnce, lab, wks Jesse Hoyt, hds D. Cumraings. 
Werner William, grocer, store and res 407 and 400 Tjapeer, cor 

Rockwell. 2. 
Wertsmorth, John, lab, bds Benjamin Eaton. 
West Alfred, cook, res Ji07 Jelfn, bet Tuscola and Johnson. 9. 
West Andrew, lab, bds Valentine House. 
West Miss Barbara, wks (J. Merrill. 
>Ve8t .Tohii, butclicr .J. Van Valkenburg, res Millard. :{. 



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West John, blacksmith, ehop F. & P. M. R. R. 

West John E., blacksmith, res w s 4th, bet Carroll and Miller. 4. 

West l^Iiss Margaret, lives AV. C. Clark. 

West liichard, butcher, res n s J\[illard, bet Genesee and AVcb- 

6ter. 4. 
WEST RICHARl) J., butcher, market 311 Genesee, bet 

Cass and Franklin, res w s Millard, bet Genesee and 

Warren. 
Westbrook Horace, sign painter, shop Buckhout blk, n Water. 
Westerfelt Ira, lab, re3 w s 2d, n of Ilai-tsuff. 5. 
Westfall Peter V., contractor of wood work required on city 

water works, bds Salina House. Employs 5 carpenters. 
Weston Andrew E., grocer, opp Salina House, res cor Eaton 

and Newton. 
WESTON N. & SON, groceries and provisions, Mackinaw, 

opp Salina House. See advt p. index. 
Weston Chester W., carriage ironer and blacksmith, Rust, n 

end of Miller, res cor Miller and llust. See advt. 3. 
Weston Fordos, cooper, res w s of Eaton. 2. 
Weston Nehemiah, grocer, opp Salina House, cor Eaton and 

Newton, res n s Eaton, w Washington. 3. 

Silk Wrappers and Drawcrtt at I?I. &. II. Koeli ik, Co's. 

West A. A,, 2d cook Bancroft House. 

West A. H., 1st cook Bancroft House. 

Wetherell Miss Electa, lives with R. A. Eddy. 

Woy A^ictor, lab, res s s Lapeer, bet 9th and 10th. 0. 

Whalen James, mechanic, wks F. & P. M. depot. 

Whalen Richard, lab, res e s Maple, s of Atwater. 3. 

Wheat & Co. (A. W. Wheat, C. M. Norris), general music 
store, dealers in pianos, organs, and safes. No. Ill Wash- 
ington, opposite Bancroft House. 

Wheat Alfred W., general music dealer, bds cor Mason and 
Washington. 
\ ' - Wheeler Miss Alice, wks D. F. Rose. 

WUEELER CHESLEY. ship-builder, yard w of Washing- 
ton, 8 of Bristol, employs 35 men. See advt, p index. 

Wheeler M. ;M., physician, oflico 316 Genesee, bds liancroft 
House. 

Wheeler John J. atty, res s e cor Warner and Fitzhugh. 2. 

Wheeler AV. C, fireman, F. & P. M. R. R. 

AVheelan Miss Katy, tailoress, P. Roche, bds 0. Bruce. 

AVhelenum Wni., miller, res w s 5lh, bet Carroll and Fitz- 
hugh. 2. 

Whelcn James, lab, bds Michael Connery. 
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"White Rev. Austin B., pastor, Baptist Church, bds W. FrosL- 
White Augustus, lab, res s s Gallaghar, near Washington. 2. 
White ^liss Belle, wks Salina House. 
White C. VV., agent, lumber and real estate office, S. Mill'8 

block, Wash'n, bet Cenesee and German. 
White Ebenezer B., messenger Am. Ex. Co,, bds Bancroft Ilouge. 
White James, owner tug "Eannie Tuttle," res s e cor Millard 

and Water. 4. 
White James V., engineer, wks Johnson, Goodell & Co. 
White J. M., lab, bds Bcchtel's Hotel. 
White John, Avks E. S. Manui'g Co. 
White John, lab, res e s Cherry, bet Tuscola and Mumford. C. ^|| 
White John, lab, res s s Gallagher, bet Wash'n and Jeffn. 4. If; 
AVhite Joseph, lab, wks Jesse Hoyt. '^ 

White Miss Nellie, wks Salina House. ;' "^ 

White Orlando, wks "Enterprise" oftice,bds Jeremiah B. Kellam. ^t 
Whiting Lewis, operator. . ^ 

Whiting L. C, dentist, room n Wash'n, nr cor Genesee. 
Whitney Ciiarles, head sawyer Eaton, Potter & Co., res Mack- 

in aw. 
"Whitney Leroy C, cashier F. & P. M. R. R. freight-house, res 

e s Jefferson, bet Miller and Carroll. 4. 

Largest Stock in the Stutc at L<itllc Juke's. 

Whitney 0. Casper, elk E. P. & H. L. Pcnfield, res cor Clay 

and Tuscola. 
Whi])plc Daniel B., conductor h\ & \\ ^l. R. R... res s s Miller, 

bet Eranklin and Jellerson. 3. 
Whipple Preston, dentist res 3:29, n s Eitzhugh, bet Eranklin 

and Johnson. 2. 
Whitman Frederick, lab, res w s Lincoln, bet Walnut and 

Cherry. 5. 
Whittier Charles A., with J. A. Whittier. 
Whittier Joseph A. (0. Merrill & Co.), res 220 n Water. 3. 
Whittier Josepii B., with J. A. Whittier. 
Wichman Ernest, carpenter, res 703 Janes. 4. 
Wickes Bros. (Henry D., Edward N., and Charles T. Wickes), 

manuf'rs, engines, gang and circular mills, etc., foundry 

and machine works, 524, 528 n Water. 
Wickes Charles T. (Wickes Bros.), bds H. U. Wickes. 
Wickes Edward N. (Wickes Bros.), bds IL D. Wickes. 
Wickes Henry 1). (Wickes Bros.), res e s Jefferson, bet John- 
son and b'itzhugh, 5. 
Wicker William W., engineer, F. & P. M. R. R., bds Everett 

House. 



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Wicklein Henry (Frey & Wicklein), bds Everett House. 

Wickwire Mrs. II. S., lives ^vith Edward W. O'Neal. 

Wick wire W. 0., paymaster F. & P. M. li. R., bds Bancroft 

House. 
Wiedemann Michael, porter Morley Bros. 
Wienke Albert, dealer in furniture, res 4th, bet Lapeer and 

Tuscola. 4. 
Wiggins G. B. & S. L. (George li. and Stephen L. Wiggins), 

lumber manuf rs and dealers, oflice over 115 Genesee, res. 

532 s. AVarren. 
Wiggins George B., lumberman, res 532 Warren. 2. 
Wiggins John, lab, bds Bechtel's Hotel. 
Wiggins & Turner (J. B. W., & H. T.), vessel and barge men, 

office Derby blk, n AVater. 
Wight Hugh K., book-keeper 0. & T. B. Spencer, reses AVater, 

bet Carroll and Fitzhugh. 4. 
Wight James (Johnson^ Cloodell & Co.), hemlock extract, bds 

Mrs. A. Bartlett. 
Wight John A., carpenter, res n e cor Janes and 7th. 4. 
Wilcox George, sawyer, res c end Mackinaw-st bridge, w of E. 

Sag. & St. Clair II. 11. '.]. 
AVilcoi G.F., machinist, res e s Bates, bet Emerson and Hoyt. 3. 

Iiioodii Marked in Plain Figures at M. &, II. Hocli &. Co'ci. 

Wilbcr Daniel, riverman, ros n s Cenlor, w of Sag. & St. Clair- 

nil. 4. 
Wilber Eugene (Fhinders .<: AVilber), res (Ml Tuscola, bet 

AVarreu and Webster. 2. 
AVilber George A., lab, res AVebster, bet German and AVilliam. 
Wilber Jerome J., clerk, bds "with Eugene AVilber. 
AVilber Heury C, watchman AVarner & Eastman's mill, res s 

town line, bet Jefferson and AVf.shington. 9. 
Wilber James, teamster, res Cass, bet German and AVilliam. 
AVilber James, horse-trainer, J. McKinnon, res e s Cass, be t 

German and AVilliam. 2. 
AVilber James N„ riveruian. res s s AVebster, w of Miller. 3. 
AA''ilber John, riverman, res s town line, bet Jefferson and 

AVashington. 3. 
AVilbur Barney, carpenter, bds J. II. Overton. 
AVilbert George, book-keeper Merchants' National Bank, bda 

Mrs. C. A. Dietz. 
AVild Samuel B., dealer in wood, res Nimons, cor Ballard. 7. 
AVilder Chester, carpenter, bds Tiios Kenney. 
AVildman Andrew, wks " Enterprise " office. 
Wildman Antony, printer, bds Jeremiah B. Kellam. 



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260 KAST SAGINAW DIRECTOUY. 



Wildmau Robert, wks gas works, res Cornelia, bet Martha and 
McCoskrj. 7'. 

Willett L. J., elk, bds Everett House. 

Wiley William, shingle niannfr, bds I'aust. 

Wilhelme John, meciiunic, wks F. & P. M. depot. 

Wilholme John, police, res s s Carroll, bet 3d and Rockwell. 3. 

Wilk Fred., lab, res s s 12th, bet Lapeer and Tuscola. 4. 

Wilk Henry, wks C. & E. Ten Eyck. 

Wilkes John, lab, res w of Eaton. 0. 

Wilkin John R., lab, res 914 Iloyt. 5. 

Wilkin Frank G., merchant tailor and clothier, No. 308 Gen- 
esee, res 607 s Jefferson. 4. 

Wilkin & Mack (Frank G. Wilkin, James Mack), hats, caps, 
and furs. 

Wilkins John, wks Jesse Iloyt. ; , 

Wilkins Samuel, lab, bds Patrick Ilourigan. 'I' 

Wilkinson Joshua, lumber inspector, res 339 IstjCor Chestnut. 6. 

Wilkinson Robert, wks C. & E. Ten Eyck, bds Alonzo Ostran- 
der. 

Willard Miss Mary, dressmaker, bds. W. M. Eaton. 

Willett Lev J., clerk Fish & Rogers, bds Everett. 

\o ISaiiteriii;; ul Little .lukc'i!). 



Willey Seth, res Genesee, s of Watrousville plank road. 
Williams Aaron, ship carpenter, bds Mrs. McAuley. 
Williams Chnpmau, lab, res (Gallagher, bet Washington and 

Jeirerson. 2. 
Williams Charles, cooper J. llashisel. 
Williams Charles, cooper, res n s Gallagher, bet Mackinaw 

and Bnndy. 2. 
Williams Crocker, farmer, res Franklin, bet Thompson and 

Iloyt. 3. 
Williams C. M., bds Bancroft House. 2. 
Williams E. IL, carpenter, shop J'\ & P. M. R. R. 
Williams Charles L., carpenter, res s w cor 9th and Carroll. 3. 
Williams F., lab, res s a Johnson, bet Cass and Franklin. 4. 
Williams George, lab., bds Tremont House. 
Williams George M., coppersmith, shop F. & P. M. R. R. 
Williams Henry, printer, bds Mrs. A. Dolson. 
Williams Harvey, fisherman, res n e cor Emerson and Hoyt. 2. 
Williams H. 1)., wks "■ Enterprise " oflice. 
Williams Isaac, lab, ros s e cor Carroll and 3d. 3. 
Williamson Joliu, wkd East Haginaw Manufg Co. 
Williams, John, carpenter, bds D. Forrest. 
Williams K., painter, wks Burt & Loomis. 



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Williunia Mrs. Margaret, lives II. Lasseter. y. 
Williums I\Iis3 Ivlioda, lives Henry Allen. 
Williams j\[is3 Sarah, lives J. P. Derby. 

Williams Miss Susan, Valley Laundry, s s ^Vjlliam, bet Clay 
and Genesee. 

W Williams William, mechanic, bds Thomas H. Smith. 
^- Williams William, wks F. & P. M. depot. 

Williams , cariienter, bds John A. McMahon. 

Williams , physician, bds ]\[rs. M. Gates. 

WILLIAMSON WILLIAM, blacksmith, shop n sn Miller, 

bet ilackinaw and King, bds W. II. Frost. See advL 
Willing Louis, lab, res s e cor Cherry and Ist. 4. 
Willis Benjamin, lab, bds A. Rust. 

Willis John, fireman, res u s Lapeer, bet 0th and 10th. 3. 
p Willis Joseph, lab, bds Trcmont House. 

Willis Oscar, minstrel, bds Stauber's Hotel, -i. 
Willis AVilliam M., capt City Dredge, res e s Genesee, s of 
Annesly. 5. 
I Wills Henry, carpenter and joiner, bds Daniel F. Howard. 
Wills Henry, carpenter, bds Charles W. Latham. 
Wills John, lab, res e s 3d, bet Johnson and Fitzhugh. 7. 

Lunibcrmcn'si §iipg>Iic§ at M. & M. Koch & Co'n. 



Wills , lab, bds Charles W. Latham. 

Willcox Peter, copper-smith dc\H)t, res 4th, bet Miller and 
Scars. 4, 

Willson Miss Minnie, bds Jliss Frances Campbell. 

Wilson Asad, forem.au Curtis & Go's saw mill, res n s Sher- 
man, Av of Washington. 4. 

Wilson Miss Anna, rooms Hovey blk, Tuscola, room 29. 

Wilson Annie, home with Thomas II, Smith. 

Wilson A. J., painter, wks Burtt & Loomis, bds Everett 
House. 

Wilson Bea, waiter Everett House. 

Wilson Miss Christina, Avks A. \V. Bacon. 

Wilson Mrs. Cy^ithia, lives John N. Wilson. 

Wilson Frank, brick mason, bds S. Bishop. 

Wilson Key. Henry H., ilethodist minister, res Webster, bet 
Genesee and Williams. 1. 

Wilson Hugh, shoemaker, res. Potter, bet Franklin and 
W^ashiugton. 2. 

Wilson Miss Isabella, bds Joseph Wilson. 

Wilson, Jacob L., painter, res cor Franklin and German. 4. 

\Vilson James, barber, bds Jacob L. Wilson. 

Wilson J. A., cooper, cor Jell'erson and German. 



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Wilson John, lab, res w s Cass, bet Tuscola and Johnson. 3. 

"Wilson John, hostler, Everett House. 

Wilson John M., lumber inspector, res s c cor Warren and ^ 

Thompson. 2. 
Wilson Joseph, mason, res n s Hartsuft', bet Genesee and s 1st. 2. 
AVilson Joseph 1)., carpenter, res No. 231, cor William and '- 

Water. fL 

WILSON KOBEIIT N., agt R & V. M. R. l\. and ocean and 

steamship lines, office Bancroft House, res n s Carroll, bet 

Franklin and Jefferson. 
Wilson Timothy, lumberman, res e s Cornelia, bet Martha and 

J^fcCoskry. -1. 
AVilscy William C, conductor Y.Ik. P. M. R. R., res 4th bet • 

i\Iiller and Sears, -i. t 

Wilson , cari)enter, bds Albert McKee. f 

AVinaus Charles L., salesman James Jackson, bds"'- Metropol- ' 

itan." 
Wind William, yardman F. & P. IL K R. 
Windnagle John, lab, res e s AVard, cor Freeland. 5. > 

Windover John, bds A. Soaper. 
Wine Phelix, riverman, res s town line, bet Jefferson and 

AVashington. <;]. 



Kntcrvicw Ihe "Ifioxs" Clothiers, Liltlo Jake & Co. 



AVinds James N., teamster, res n Miller, \y AVashington. 0. '- 

AVing Mrs., , res Lapeer, bet (Jth and Tth. 1. 

AVingrove Omar W. (Lincoln i"(: AVingrove), bds Treuiout 

House. 
Winkler John F., bds A. I). Hunt. 
AA^iun Isaac L. (Winn & ]\Iarkey), res w s ?th. bet Lapeer and 

Tuscola. ;]. 
AVinn & Markey (I. c^ Q. AA^), carpenters and builders, cor 

Cass and Cerman. 
Winnie Daniel A., sawyer, res W\\\cv, bet 7th and 8th. 2. 
AVinsor John J., lumber inspector, res w s AVash'n, bet Carroll 

and Miller. 2. 
AVinsor John AA^., lumberman, office with Hunter Bros., bds 

Bancroft House, res Rocktou, HI. 
AVinston Augustus, lab, res \y s 11th, bet Johnson and Wads- 
worth. 0. 
AVinston Thomas, bds C. AV. Beagle. 
AVint VVilliam, lab, res 4th, bet Kirk and Norman. 2. 
AVinter John, bricklayer, res s w cor 7th and AVadswortb. 3. 
Wintermute C. IL, coppersmith, shop F. & P. U. R. R. 



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Wintey Cieo., saloon, 027 lloyt, res same. 5. 

Wirdtou William, blacksmith, shop P. & P. M. R. II. 

Wiflc ^liss Catherine, home with F. Stork. 

Wisiier Chauncey W., retired, res Wisuer blk, cor Genesee and 

Franklin. 3. 
Wiflnor & Draper (Oscar F. AVisner and 0. Stuart Draper), 

att'ys, otlice third iloor Wisner blk, ii e cor denesee and 

Franklin. 
Wisner Oscar F. (Draper & Wisner), res u w corFitzhugliaud 

Washington. 2. 
Wisner Kobert, lab, res 205 lloyt. 4. 
Witer ]\lrs. Emma, res s s Wadsworth, bet 10th and llth. 
Witbam Charles VI., carpenter, res 013 Maple. -1. 
Witham Daniel L., bds C. W. Witham. 
Witz Jacob, carpenter, res w a Gth,bet Lapeer and Tuscola. 
Witt Charles, lab, res w s 4th, bet Johnson and Tuscola. 4. 
Wittmack John, carpenter, bds with ilenry Pries. 
Witz Aaron, lab, res n ^v cor Gtli and Tuscola. 2. 
Wizncr George, carj)entt'r, bds J. Gunnell. 
Wolbart Augustus, lab, res e s 1st, bet Cherry and Walnut. 3. 
Wolbert Frederic, elk, res cor Fitzhugh and Pockwell. 7. 

Fine €ii(«toii Work at M. \, II. Koch & €o's. 



3. 



3. 



Wolcott Jerome, bds W. ]jandis. 

WOLFAllTll JOHN (i., IJaker, and (Jracker IJakery, 

n cor lloyt and Walnut, res same. 5. 

Wolf Frederick, lab., res w s High, s of Walnut. [>. 

Wolf Frederick, shoemaker, shop ss Janes, cor 1st, res same. 7. 

Wolf John, butcher, shop and res Lapeer, bet 5th and Cth. 2. 

Wolf John, lab, res 14th, s Janes. 4. 

Wolf J., wks .Sears & Holland. 

Wolf Frederick, wks C. Lee, mill. 

Wolfe Joseph, lab, bds with Fred Cline. 

Wolkenstaiver Ijconard, lab, res e end Douglas. 4. 

\\''ood Alfred 13., druggist, cor Genesee and Franklin, and 
deputy city treasurer, res n e cor s Jeft^'n and Phelon. 2. 

Wood Mrs. Annie, bds T. K. AUington. 

Wood ]\Iis3 Emma, liomc with Mrs. Emma Cadotte. 

Wood, Frank, drayman, res out Watrousville plank-road, Gal- 
lagher addition. 2. 

Wood Frank JJ., lives with A. J{. Wood. 

Wood John, wks J. S. Stevens. 

Wood Joha M., lab, bds Abram F. Sliarick. 

Wood, Joseph, police, res c s Webster, bet Merrill and Mott. 3. 

Wood Luther 0., agt G rover & IJaker 8. M., res 331 Ist. 2. 



2G4 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 



Wood L. 0., salesman, res 331 1st. 4. 

Wood Miss Mary, liome George Mayor. ' '' 

Woodard Earl, carpenter, res n s William. 3. 

Woodbridge J., lab, bds 11. Vannorman. 

Woodruff Albert 0., machinist, res s s Miller, bet Franklin 

and Jefferson. 4. 
Woodruff Ida, school teacher, res w s Welles, bet Emerson and 

Hoyt. 4. 
Woodruff Francis, carpenter depot, res s s Miller, bet 3d and 

Uockwell. 4. 
Woodruff Miss llattic, elk postoflice, bds Henry Waller. 
Woollacolt John H., elk F. & P. M. li. li., res s s Miller, bet 

Franklin and Jefferson. 2. ■• 

Woolsey Eleasor, meclianic, res w s Mackinaw, corner Nim-^' 

ons. 8. ■ '^' 

Wooley Joseph, lab, bds D. Maclntyre. 'i;<v' 

Woorford Wilson C!., collector, wks Mrs. E. G. Hammond. ''■' ' 
Worthy William, lab, bds Bechtel's Hotel. 
Wortsmoth Frederick, engineer, F. & P. M. 11. P., bds John 

Hazzard. 
Wrege Charles W., cistern maker, shop cor Oass and German, 

res Tuscola, bet Ohiy and 3d. 5. 

Ottic Jako & Co., AVisiier Block. ;'« 

vv rege Fred., caipcntci', res w s Uockwell, bet Lapeer -and T 
Tuscola. '.). 

Wrege John, carpenter, res s c cor Lapeer and Rockwell. 7. 

Wright Alfred H., lumberman, bds W. Frost. 

Wright Mrs. Eliza, lives with Isaac Williams. 

Wright Geo., lab, wks S. B. Bliss. 

Wright Harrison L., elk Morley Bros., res n s Emerson, bet 
Maple and AVarren. 4. 

Wright ]\frs. Isabella (wid), bearding house, res 325, cor John- 
son and Cass. 2. 

Wright John W., elk C. B. Stever & Co. 

•Wright John W., druggist. Potter, bet Jefferson and Warren, 
res Washington. 

Wright J. AV., drug elk Chandler Bros., bds Miss E. Welsh. 

Wright Lornier, carpenter, bds Oscar Hull. 

Wright llev. Philip J., i)astor ^1. E, Church, res s 8 Hess, bet 
Bundy and Mackinaw. 4. 

Wright Tliomas, lab, bds J. Webster. 

Wrightman Julm, lab, res n s \Villiams. 2. 

Wrightman Louis, lab, res n s Williams. 4. 

\Vrigiitnuin Nelson, wlii]) sawyer, res e s 10th, bet Hesso and 
J^Iain, T). 



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Worm Andrew, printer, " Courier" office. 3. 

Wurlsmith John, mechanic, wks F. & P. M. depot. 

Wjckoff John, turner, res 1013 Wasli'n. 2. 

Wjckoff John W., blacksmith, wks and bds Amos S. Parke. 

Wjcoll John, wks A. S. Parke. 

Wyman Frank, wks and bds J. Gamble. 

Wjnes James A., teamster, res w s Douglass, bet Cherry and 

Janes. 
Wysner Lewis, lab, bds National House, South Saginaw, 
Wysner John, lab, bds National House, South Saginaw. 

Y. 

Yager Albert, wks Eeige Bros. 

Yage Frederick, elk, Leonard Myres, bds Leonard Myres. 

Yager John, confectionei-, wks James L Robinson. 

Yale Lewis J., Inb, bds National House, South Saginaw. 

Yanke William (Eymer & Y^anke), bds cor Tuscola and 
Webster. 

Yanka William, res 203 w s Webster, bet Johnson and Tus- 
cola. 4. . 

Yax Emily, wks D. II. Bronson. 

Koeli &, Co., Ocncscc St., oppo§ito Baueroft House. 

Yeager John, mechanic, bds Jacob Christopher. 
Ycager Jolui, bds P. Brown. 

(Yiarchow Sarah, wks Frederic A. Koehler. 
Yerick Reuben, mechanic, res 6th, bet Miller and Sears. 3. 
Ycaton P. & Co. (P. and G. H.), harness manuf'rs, Franklin,. 

bet Genesee and German. 
Yeaton George H., harness manuf'r, res cor Jefferson and 

Millard. 5. 
Yeaton P., harness manuf'r, res cor Jefferson and Millard. 2. 
Yeaton Thoieous, harness-maker, res s e cor Millard and 
Jefferson. 7. 

^ Yeomans Charles, lab, res s s William, bet Mackinaw and 

J Little. 3.' 

if Yockey Frederick, hostler, wks for Root & Midler. 

[f Yockey Philip, teamster, res 117 e s Rockwell. 3. 

^ Yohn Miss Ricka, wks G. A. Mitchell. 

Yonka Chas,, res 203 w s Webster, bet Johnson and Tuscola. 4. 
Yonkae ilaria, lab, res cor German and 9th. 3. 
Youmans Henry M. (Bundy & Youmans), res w s Mackinaw, 
s of Hesse. 4. 
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Young Alexander J)., warehouseman James Stewart & Co., bddhl 

3cl and Janes. 
Young Frederick, lab, res w s East. 3. 
Young George, lub, bds ]\[athew Borland. 
Young John, clerk, bds 1). 0. Donnell. 
Young John II., warehouse man James Stewart & Co., bds D.tl 

O'Donnell, Franklin. Jj 

Young John J., lab, res w s Webster, bet Elm and Emerson. 4. 
Young ]\liss Lucindu, Avks T. D. Mower. 
Young AVilliam, hoop maker, bds D. 0. Donnell. 
Young William, lab, bds J. J. Young. '"^ 

Yonunk ]\Ir3. Annie, , res w s 9th, bet Janes and German. 4, 

Youst Anton}', lab, res w s 11th, bet Lapeer and Tuscola. 4. 
Yvet Aleide, elks and bds M, J. IJarbier. 



Zarnkc Freil, grocery, cur 8tli and Wadsworth. 
Zeek Joseph, lab, res w s 14th, bet Jane and Lapeer. 3. 
foot of Gallagher, res cor 1st and Mackinaw, s of Center. 

Liltlc Jake & Co. lUiidersell Everybodj. 



ZEIQUIN KASPAll, merchant tailor, shop w s Wasli'n avc, 

Zelluer Augustus, bell boy Everett House. 

Zellner Conrad, Avks and bds P. Zellncr. 

ZELLNEll PAUL, butcher, meat market, 408 Genesee, res 
w s 4th, bet Gerjuan and Lapeer. (J. , 

Zerwk Mary, home with Daniel Hall, JS'o. GIO Washington, 
bet Astor and Miller. 

Zeman l\Iiss Annie, wks li. L. Jones. 

Ziebol Alfred, lab, res e s MackinaAV, n Eaton. -1. 

Ziegncr Frederick, brewery, n s Johnson, bet Rockwell and 
3d, res same. u. 

Zimmerman diaries, lab, res 5th, bet Kirk and Norman. 4. 

Zimmerman JoaJtui, res X'02 liockwell, bet Johnson and Tus- 
cola. 5, 

Zimmerli Miss Minnie, wks M. Jones. 

Zonyea Octa, sawyer, bds Mrs. M. Kiordan. 

Zoumau C. S., wks Sears & llolUmd. 

Zwerk Charles, carpenter, res w s Hess. 3. 

Zwerk George, carpenter, shop F. & P. M. K. I{. 

Zwerk Herman B. (Fey & Zwerk), notary public, and insurance 
and real estate agt, ollice Genesee, opp postonice, res w s 
4th, bet German and Janes, y. 



EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 



26? 



Zwerk Miss L., dressmaker, wks Mrs. E. G. Ilummoiicl, 
Zwcrk William 11., elk T. E. Hoyt, bds II. Carman. 3. 
Zwcrk William, groceries and provisions, n s Genesee, bet Clay 
and Kockwell, res same. 7. 



ABSENT OR REFUSED 



The following houses with occupanls absent, and whose 
names icere lief used, most of which were called for the sec- 
ond time, and enquiries made, hut without success. 

llciise e s Webster, bet Lapeer and Tuscola, absent; cor 
Clay and Lapeer, absent ; Tuscola, bet 3d and Kockwcll, 
absent; s side Tuscola, bet 5tli and Gtb, absent; washing and 
ironing, Tuscola, refused iianies ; AVilliam, bet Clay and llock- 
Avell, absent; s side Miller, bet Rockwell and Warren, absent; 
Franklin, bet Astor and Potter, absent; Franklin, bet German 
and William, absent; cor Fitzhugh and Wasli'u, absent; 
Wasli'n, bet Fitzhugh and Johnson, absent; cor 13th and 
Wadsworth, refused names; Jefferson, bet German and Wil- 
liam, absent; ftth, bet Kirk and {Sears, absent; 4th, bet Kirk 
and Sears, absent; s west cor XX., refused names; u side 
Johnson, bet 8th and 9th, refused names; n side Johnson, bet 
8th and 9th, refused names; n side Carroll, bet Franklin and 
Johnson, absent; n side Carroll, bet Franklin and Jefferson, 
absent; o side Warren, bet Carroll and Fitzhugh, absent; a 



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side Carroll, bet Fraukliii and Johnson, absent; Cass, bet '4 
Genesee and German, absent; Farwell, bet 7th and 8th,'' 
absent; n Wash'n absent; Farwell, bet Gth and 7th, absent;' 
Miller, bet Rockwell and "Warren, absent; 4th, bet Farwell and 
Norman, absent; Potter, bet Rockwell and "Warren, absent; 
Miller, bet Rockwell and AVarren, absent; 4th, bet Farwell 
and Norman, absent ; 5th, bet English and Norman, absent j- 
Warren, bet Astor and Potter, absent; 4th, bet Farwell and 
Norman, absent; 5th, bet Kirk and Sears, absent; Gth, bet 
Kirk and Sears, absent; (Jth, bet Carroll and Fitzhugb, 
refused; Astor, bet Rockwell and "Warren, absent; Astor, bet 
Rockwell and Warren, absent ; 7th, bet ]\[iller and Sears, 
absent; 7th, bet Miller and Sears, absent ; cor Miller and 1st, 
absent; Tuscola, bet Clay and Webster, absent; Lapeer, bet 
5th and Gth, nix-lbr-stay, kau no English sprachen ; lOliJ 
.s s Lapeer, bet 7th and 8th, absent; e side ]3th, bet Janes and 
Lapeer, absent; 9th, bet German and Lapeer, absent; s e cor 
10th and Lapeer, absent; s side Lapeer, bet 8th and 9th,' 
absent; 1404 Lapeer, near cor 14th, absent; w side 3d, bet 
German and Lapeer, absent; s w cor 9th and Lapeer, absent;- 
eor Clay and 'J'uscola, absent; s w cor Tuscola and 7Lh, absent. 



HOUSES FOUND VACANT. 

Tlie number of buildings found vacant, of various kinds, 
were 112; their locations are filed in the Directory office. All 
will be filled at the approach of winter, there is no doubt. 



NEW BUILDINGS IN COURSE OF COMPLETION. 

Tlio number of new' buildings unfinislied, us noted by us, 
were tliirty, but by no means do we claim this to be any where 
near all. 



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269 



SALT REPORT. 



The following is a report of Dr. S. S. Gurrigues, State Salt 
Inspector, of the amount of salt inspected for the month end- 
ing August 31, 1873, in the different districts, and also the 
total amount inspected for the season to September 1, 1873 : 







H 
£3 

a 

P. 


"3 . 

O 


"3 

CO 

— 3 

s» 

-a 


O.' 

PC 
o 


DiBtrictNo. 1 


11090 
160SI 
18122 
1S812 
11215 
2MM 


35 
1950 

lo; 

418 
2T 




1193 
6231 

932 


18 
241 
295 
714 
728 
378 
.'>94 

08 


1114-J 
1532.5 
1S417 
20719 
20119 
26449 
24S22 
9045 


District No. 2 

District No. 3 

District No. 4 


DistrlctNo.S ■ 


DlstrictNo.e 




District No. b 


sa25 

95 
1S25 


District No. 9 


DittrictNo. 10 


3S9 






2211 



Total for Aug., 1873 184017 2926 8846 3059 14*348 

Total to let Aun;., 1873 8.W99 5704 11811 13314 886028 

Total to Sept. l8t, 1873 489S16 8630 20157 16373 534979 



JESSE HOYT. 



This gentleman, who resides in New York, is one of East 
Saginaw's most wealthy and active business men, although 
seldom here in person, is represented here by Mr. AV. J. Bar- 
tow, his agent. Mr. lioyt has been identified with East Sag- 



270 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 



inaw for many years, and known as its principal founder, aa 
tiie following sliows : He owns tlie Bancroft House and 
nearly the Avhole block (19) upon which it stands, all facing 
Genesee street, and the greater portion on Washington. A 
saw mill on South Water, near foot of (Jermaii street, 
which gives employment to about thirty men. Another saw- 
mill in the northern part of this city, employs about forty 
men, adjoining to which is a planing mill Avith some twenty- 
live men employed. Also, very largely interested in the East 
SaginaAV Salt ]\ranuracturing Company, the original Company. 
Ilere are lifty men. Also, the May Flower Flour Mills, with 
fifteen or twenty men, an extensive barrel factory adjoining. 
Is largely interested in the East Saginaw City liaihvay line, 
and the Flint and Pere ^Marquette Railway. Owns the North- 
cast corner of Genesee and AVashington streets, some time 
since burned out, and is being replaced with a stone andiron 
front, one of the most substantial blocks to be found here, as 
also an ornament to the city. He is also the owner of a large 
number of unoccupied city lots, and from sixty to sixty-five 
thousand acres of pine lands north and Avcst of Saginaw 
(iounty, and a number of blacksmith shops, carpenter, and 
other work-shoi)s. 



POPULATION. 



East Saginaw has a population according to our taking of 
the census in August, 1873, of 14,101. One can ascertain this 
by adding up the individual names appearing in this Directory, 
and the number in each family set at the end of each address; 
those Avithout this figure count as one ; omit firm names. 



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271 



We also- have another way of giving the population, us 
follows: The number of names in the East Saginaw Direc- 
tory under A, 103 ; B, 590 ; 0, 376 ; D, 321 ; E, 13G ; F, 2-17 ; 
(1,318; 11,510; 1,19; J, 150; K,274; L, 317; M, 727 ; N, 
112; 0, 12G; P, 242 ; Q, 19; E, 313 ; S, 080 ; T, 183; U, 7 ; 
V, CO; W,420; X, 0; Y, 35 ; Z, 21. Total 0,396 names, if 
multiplied by 2 gives us 12,792 inhabitants, if multiplied by 
'i^ gives us 15,990, by 3 gives 19,188. 

"We believo the figures 14,101, actual count, may be relied 
upon as very accurate, although the New York Directory 
multiplies the number of names in the Directory by live to 
-jet their population; but this would seem too largo. How- 
ever, we give the above for what it is worth. 



BRIDGES 



The Bristol-Street Bridge, leading from Saginaw City to 
East Saginaw, of ]irown's patent, was built in 1804, under a 
lease for thirty years. Its length from shore to shore is about 
1,000 feet. The bridge stands on two main piers, and the two 
swings on two more, with approaches upon piles. One of 
the swings is aljout 100 feet, the other 197 feet long, each of 
Avhich admits of any vessel which navigates the Saginaw riyer 
in passing on either side of the swing. The rates of toll are 
the same as over the Genesee-street bridge, at East Saginaw. 
Officers are, Ilenry Day of New York, Pres.; Julius K. Rose, 
Sec'y and Treas.; A. L. Vaughan and A. W. Tyler, tenders. 



"^72 EAST SAGINAW DIRECTORY. 'j 

ANOTHER ONE, 

known as the upper bridge, crossing tlie river from Saginaw 
City to East Saginaw, late Salina, is another very long one. 
Toll the same. Officers wo have not learned. 

ONE IN PROSPECT 

at East Saginaw. Vigoroua efforts are being made to put a^*^ 
bridge across the river at Johnson street. A meeting hag been 
held for accomplishing this purpose since the above was 
printed. 



DIEECTOEY 



OF 



i 



SA^G^XN^^W OT.TY, 



INDKrENDEMT ANl) COJdPLHTK IN ITSELF. 



By ( '. EXIUiA BROWN. 



Directory Office, No. 113 Genesee Street, East Saginaw, Mich. 



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STREETS IN SAGINAW. 



The following is a list of the streets 
from the original jilat of Dec, 1830 : 



: 



Adams, 
Ames, 
Court, 
Fayette, 



Franklin, 

Hamilton, 

Harrison, 



The following is a list of the streets 
from the map, February Ist, 1837: 



Adams, 

Allen, 

Ames, 

Barry, 

Bates, 

Bond, 

Branch, 

Brewster, 

Broadway, 

Calhoun, 

Oass, 

Clay, 

Clinton, 

Court, 

Dearborn, 

Dodge, 

Jilaton, 



Emerson, 

Farley, 

Fayette, 

Fitzhugh, 

Franklin, 

Front, 

Cranger, 

Creen, 

Hamilton, 

Harrison, 

Hudson, 

inghani, 

Jackson, 

Jefferson, 

Kent, 

Lyon, 

Mackinaw, 



in fSaginaw as copied 

Jefferson , 

Water, 

Washington. 

in Haginaw as copied 

Macomb, 

Madison, 

IMarsliall, 

Mason, 

Miller, 

Monroe, 

Oakley, 

Pearl, 

Ferry, 

Porter, 

Randolph, 

Saginaw, 

Scott, 

Sinclair, 

Stephens, 

Throop, 

VauBuren, 



4 to 



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SAUINAW CITY DIUECTOUY, 



AValler, 

"Washington, 

Water, 

Wayne, 

Webster, 

Williams, 

Woodbridge, 

The following is 

Adams, 

Alexander, 

Almira, 

Ames, 

Andre, 

Ash, 

Bates, 

Bavaria, 

Bay City State road, 

Blackmore, 

Braley, 

Brewster, 

Bond, 

Brooks, 
Carroll, 
Carrollton, 
Carolina, 

Caroline, 

Cass, 

Catherine,' 

Charles, 

Chesnnt, 

(Jlinton, 

( 'ongress avc., 

(Jooper ave., 

Court, 



First, 

Second, 

Third, 

Fourth, 

Fifth, 

Sixth, 



Seventh, 

Eighth, 

Ninth, 

Eleventh, 

Twelfth, 

Thirteenth. 



a list of the streets in Saginaw in 1873 : 'f 
Cronk ave., J less, 

Cross road, Houghton ave., .-} 

Davenport ave., Irving ave., 

Dearborn, Jackson, 

East Saginaw and J. L. & S. K. R. line, 
Sauble State road, Jay, 



Elm, 

Emerson, 

Farley, 

Fayette, 

Fitzhugh, 

I'orest, 

Franklin, 

Fremont, 

Gallagher, 



Jefferson, 

Julia, 

King, 

Lincoln ave., 

Luther, 

Lynn, 

Lyon, 

Lytle, 

Mackinaw, 



(rerman Colony roatl,Mackinaw road,. 
(Granger, Madison, 

Crant, Main, 

(iratiot State road, Maine, 



Greenwich, 

Hamlin, 

Hamilton, 

J larris, 

Ifarrison, 

liermansau road, 

Zihvjuikee road, 



Maple, 
Mason, 
McEwau, 
Alichigan^ 
Afiller, 
i Monroe, 
I Morris, 



SAGINAW CITY DlKECTOUy, 



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Oak, 


Superior, 




First, 


Oakley, 


IMi atelier, 




Second, 


IVrry, 


Thayer. 




Third, 


Pine, 


Thomas, 




Fourth, 


Pleadaut, 


Throop, 




Fifth, 


Porter, 


Union ave... 




Sixth, 


Potter, 


\'aii Buren, 




Seventh, 


J^uccu, 


Van Etten, 




Eighth, 


Kundolplu 


Vermont, 




Ninth, 


Kichman, 


Vine, 




Tenth, 


Kiver, 


Waller, 




Eleventh, 


Sagiuuw, 


Washington st.. 


1 


Twelfth, 


Salt, 


Washington, 




Thirteenth, 


.Sherman, 


Washington ave. 


J 


Fourteenth, 


South Division st.. 


Water, 




Fifteenth, 


St. Paul, 


AVayue, 




Sixteenth, 


State Roail, 


Webster, 




Seventeenth, 


Steveus, 


Wilkins. 




Eighteenth, 


Storch, 


AYilliams, 




Nineteenth. 


Sturgeon, 


AVoodbridge, 







278 SAGINAW CITY DIRECTORY. 



SAGINAW COUNTY OFFICIALS 



Reuben W. Audrus, Sheriff. 

Fred. B. Sweet, Clerk. 

Otto Roeser, Judge of Probate. 

George P. Veenfliet, Treasurer. 

Jerome K. Stevens, Register of Deeds. 

William Gillett, Prosecuting Attorney. 

Thomas M. James, / . 

T 1 T Tr 1 (• Circuit Court Commissioners. 

John J. lleeley, ) 

Isaac II. Leavenworth, Surveyor. 

Rev. J. S. Goodman, Superintendent of Schools. 

Daniel Forest, / ^ 

WIT n r> T 1 Coroners. 
William P. Burdick, i 



CITY OFFICIALS. 



Benton llanchett, Mayor. 

John B. Schick, Recorder. 

Racine Purmort, Treasurer. 

Frederick L. Eaton, Controller. 

Dan. P. Foote, Attorney. 

J [enry Miller, I^farshal. 

Ifobcrt McLean, Street Commissioner. 



SAGINAW CITY DIRECTORY. 279 



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ALDERMEN. 

First AVard— George Davenport, Joshua Tuthill. 
Second Ward— Benjamin B. Bartlett, N. S. Lockwood. 
Tliird Ward— Francis W. Allen, Wm. Reins. 
Fourth Ward— Benjamin Forbes, James E. Brady. 
Fifth Ward— John Friedlein, Wm. 11. Smith. 
Sixth Ward— Charles Yost, John C. Ziegler. 

, , STANDING COMMITTEES. 

Finance- Knight, Davenport, Allen. 

Streets— Tuthili, Reins, Zeigler, 

Ordinances- Davenport, Bartlett, Smith. 

Health— Allen, Smith, Friedlein. 

Fire— Reins, Bartlett, Davenport. 

Poor— Smith, Yost, Forbes. 

Cemetery and Public Buildings— Friedlein, Knight, Tuthill, 

Printing— Yost, Brady, Reins. 

Plank Roads — Forbes, Ziegler, lirady. 

Gas— Ziegler, Allen, Friedlein. 

Water Works— Bartlett, Tuthill, Knight. 



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SUPERVISORS. 

First Ward— E. J. Ring. 
Second Ward — Jay Smith. 
Third Ward— George Stark. 
Fourth AVard — Henry Miller. 
Fifth Ward— Peter C. Andre. 
Sixth Ward — Thomas Shimmons. 



POLICE OFFICERS. 

Henry Miller, Marshal; Thomas L. Libby, Louis Talman, 
Oscar Strimbeck, Joseph Le Duke, Stephen Freeland, Adam 
Bauer, Henry P. Sipc, Hamilton France, Police. 

jfi JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

James W. Clark, John B. Schick, Peter Lane, liemuel 
Felcher. 



•^80 SAGIKAW CITY DIKKCTORY. '■% 

CO:XSTAULES. 

John E. Wells, 1st ward; (!hurles E. Brenner, 2cl wardj |, 
Charles Kcutzmann, 3cl ward ; Thomas McCiilleu, 4th ward; 
(Iregory Adams, ."itli ward; Joseph l^e Duke, Gth ward. 

JtliCOKDKlfs coruT. 
,Iohu B. Schick, Justice. ^ 

MHi; UKl'AHTilENT. 

bhigine .House comer llarrison and V^an Burcn streets. 
Steam Eire I'^noine. OITicers — (.Jeorgc L. Burrows, Chief 
Engineer; C»eo. A. Lyon, Assistant; E.C.Clifton, l^higineer; 
Wm. Ivincs, Eoreman ; G. Schultheise, Assistant Eoreniau; 
Andrew Eeiger, John March, John (Jracbner, Charles Ratke, 
Emil Botke, and Randolph Kern, members. Total number 
members of this department is about To. Eour volunteer 
hose companies with live hose carts, having horses for each, 
variously distributed about the city, make a well organized 
fire department. 

WATER-WORKS. 

The Holly system of water-works went into operation in 
tlio Aviuter of 187:^-3. The building and machinery cost, 
when all the pipe is laid, necessary at present, about $150,000. 
The Board of "Water Conjmissioners are Wm. Binder, Presi- 
dent ; Dan. P. Eoote, Secretary; Ceorge L. Burrows, E.J. 
King, and S. B. Williams. The works belong to the city, and 
in consequence are under the city government. 

STRKET RAILW^VY. 

The Saginaw Street Railway Company have a 30-year8 
lease of right of way. Was opened in ISGi-o, two and a half 
miles of track, stocked with 22 horses and five cars, which 
run at regular intervals. Earc from Saginaw to East Sagi- 
naw, seven cents. Oflice and barns arc located on the corner 
of Hamilton and Madison streets. Sanford S. Perkins. Super- 



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SAdlXAW CITY DIKKCTOKY. 1*81 

intcndcut; David II. Jerome, (ieorgo L. Burrows, Ueorge F. 
Williams, Timothy Jerome, and James Jerome. Directors and 
iilockholders. 



CHURCHES. 



First Mktjiodist Episcopal Cuukcii. — Corner Adams 
and Wasiiingtoii streets; Kev. James A. Venning, pastor. 

First JJai'TISt Oiiurcii. — Xorthwest corp.er Fayette and 
Franklin streets ; Rev. W. W. Pattengill, pastor. 

First rRESi{YTf:RiAX (JnuRcii. -Corner Oonrt and liarri- 
6on streets. No pastor at present. 

EvA^"'(}ELICAh Lutheran Church. — Corner Court and 
Fayette streets ; Kev. Joseph Schmidt, pastor. 

St. John's Episcopal CiruRcii. — Corner Franklin and 
"Washington streets ; Kev. Wni. II. Watts, rector. 

German j\r. K. Church. — (■orncr Ames and Harrison sts; 
IJcv. Mattu, iiastor. No building. 

LiHERAL Christian CiirRCii.— East side Washington, 
between Adams and Cass streets ; llev, J. II. liurnham, 
pastor. 

St, Andrew's Koman Catholic Church. — Northeast cor- 
'^^ ner Monroe and Washington; liev. Father Ileineus Vander- 

I hayden, pastoi', res adjacent, No. 004 N. Washington. 

Ames Chapel, Mission, M. E. Church. — On Penoyer farm, 
•tth street, near Lincoln Ave. ; Rev. James Riley, pastor. 

St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran (Uiurch, German. 
Corner Ames and Harrison ; Rev. C. L. Eberhardt, pastor. 
School attaciied ; pastor the teacher. (?) 



Note.— ChurcU, Episcopal M. E., cor Adams oncl FaycUc. (?) 
■ n, ci 
ettc, 
re. ( 

3G 



(Jlmrch, Lutheran, cor Conrt and Lafayette, (f) 

Church w 8 Eayettc, h of I'lTry, 4th W'ard MIcelon Chapel, Baptl.-'t and German 
M. K. worship here. (?) 



282 SAGINAW CITY DIRECTOHy. 



SCHOOLS. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Benton Hanchett, President, term expires 1874; D. B. 
Ketchum, Secretary, term expires 1875 ; Geo. L. Burrows, 
'J'reasurer, term expires 1870; U. C. L. Eaton, term expires 
1874; Otto lioeser, term expires 1870; 1). II. Jerome, term 
expires 1870. iSuperintendent, Chas. 1). lliiie. 

CKXTRAL 15UILDING. 

Principal of High School and Grammar Department, A. E. 
Curtis; Assistant in lligli School, Mrs. E. K. Curtis ; Assist- 
ants in Grammar Department, Miss T. E. Jones, Miss A. D. 
Clark. ISo. of scholars 113. A. Secondary, Miss Nettie 
Smith ; No. scholars b,l. B. Secondary, Principal, Miss S. C. 
Palmer; Assistants, Miss J. E. Johnson, Miss Carrie Atwater. 
No. of scholars HIJ. B. Secondary, Miss C. E. Palmer. No. of 
Hfholnrs. Id. A. Second i'rimary, Mrs. Juliette Fonda. No. 
of schohus, 47. B. Second Primary, Miss Susie Bushy. No. 
of scholars 35. First Primary, Principal, jMiss Mary C. John- 
son; Assistant, ^fiss Lucy L. Tovvnsend; German Class, 1st, 
Mr. IUiuhUuUiw. \V<j|/,; German CiaHH, 2c], Mrs. Mary H. 
I'lf'llll'^-^. MiftM MImiiIi) Sinilh ; German Class, 3d, Mr. L. M. 
i'el/A'r; Gernuiu Class, 4th, I^Iiss Mary Day; German Class, 
5th, Miss Emily Case. No. of scholars 244. 

i'lRST "WARD. 

Secondary, Mr. D. S. Spencer; Second Primary, Miss C. S. 
Dow; First Primary, Miss Josephine Alexander. No. of 
scholars 121. 



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j SAGINAW CITY DIRECTORY. 283 



THIRD WARD. 

Second Primary, Miss llachel Davison ; First Primary. Miss 
ix; Kittio G. Fraeer. No. of scholars 104. 

I 

FOURTH WARD. 

Secondary, Mr. L. 15. Peckhum ; Second Primary, Miss R. 
I. Van Zile; A. First Primary, Miss 11. L. Chisholm ; B. First 
Primary, Miss Jennie Bloor. 



FIFTH WARD. 

Second Primary, Miss S. L. Johnson ; First Primary, Miss 
.Millie F. Allen; German Class, Gth, Miss Emma W. Riem- 
tchneider. No. of scholars 103. 

SIXTH AVARD. 

Second Primary, Miss Ella Johnson ; First Primary, Miss 
Kittie Kennedy. No. of scholars 99. 

AVhole number of scholars in attendance 1,225. "Whole 
number enrolled during year 1872-3, 1,725. School census in 
1872, 2,1:75. School census in 1873. 2,G25. Number of vol- 
umes in school library, 1,409. 



V- SOCIETIES 



MASONIC. 

Germania Lodgk F. & A. M., No. 79. — Hall Fritz Simon's 

4, block, AVater street. Regular communications Friday evening- 

I, on or before full moou in each month; specials intervening. 

H Officers: Wm. Achard, W. M. ; Joseph Schefnecker, S. W. ; 

11 Peter Herrig, J. W. ; George Veenfliet, Secretary; Edward 



itSi SAGIXAVV CITY JHUECTOKY. 

nurU/rieasurcr; Francis CJauschow, S. 1).; Fritz AVidcr, J. 1). ; 
Mutliew IJeckur, 'J'}lc'r; J. V. Ziegler and L. Liskow, Stewards. 
Election of olficers ]\lay '^9. 1874. 

Sagi^staw Valley Lodge F. & A. ]\I., Ko. 154. — Hall 
\Vesener block, corner Adams and Hamilton streets. Regular 
cammunications ]\londay evening on or before full moon in 
each month ; specials intervening. Officers: W. AV. Knight, 
W. M.; J. A. Gibson, S. AV. ; Spencer Martin, J. AV.; George 
A. Baker, Secretary ; 15. K Bartlett, Treasurer; S. AV. Tinker, 
S. D.; Charles L. IVnIield, J. 1).; Albert Thurston, Tyler; 
(leorge JI. Durand, Chaplain ; (Jregory Adams and G. N. 
Partridge, Stewards. Election of officers June 22, 1874. 

Joi'PA CiiAPTEii E. A. M., No. G3. — Hall AVesener block, 
corner Adams and Hamilton streets. Stated convocations 
-every Tuesday evening in each month. Officers: J. E. Saun- 
ders, H. P.; AA". AV. Knight, K.; T. L. Jackson, S.; Gregory 
Adams, 0. II.; George II. Durand, P. S. ; John Ballentinc, 
l\. A. C. ; Spencer Martin, Secretary ; B. B. Bartlett, Treas- 
urer; George R. Stark, M. 3d V.; S. AV. Tinker, M. 3d V. ; 
O. N. Partridge, M. 1st V.; F. G. Clifton, Sentinel; George 
JI. Durand, Chaplain ; John A. Gibson and C. L. Penfield, 
^Stewards. Election of officers Dec. 2, 1873. 



ODD FELLOWS. 

Saginaw Lodge I. 0. 0. ¥., No. 42. — Meet every Monday 
evening. Hall corner Ames and Hamilton streets. Officers — 
Matthias Beqker, N. G. ; Charles Excell, A^ G.; E. P. Gould, 
R. S. ; A. D. Smith, Treasurer. About 130 strong. 

AVasiiington I'Incampment L 0. 0. R, No. 19.— Meet the 
second and fourth AVednesday in each month. Hall corner 
Ames and Hamilton streets. Officers — C. J. Dingman, C. P.; 
Matthias Becker, H. P.; Charles E. Chapell, S. AV.; Charles 
Excell, S. ; A. D. Smith, Treasurer; AV. H. Smith, J. AV. 
About 00 strong. 



.SA.G1NAW CITY DIUKCTOUY, 



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GOOD TEMPLARS. 
SAaiNAAV Lodge, I. 0. G. T.,No. 172.— Meet every Tuesday 
in their hull, Andre block, Court street, over Benj. Geer'd dry- 
goods store, opposite Taylor House. Officers : S. W. Kennedv, 
W. C. T.; Miss Helen Fraser, W. V. T.; James B. Scott, W. R. 
S.; Miss Helen Manning, W. A. 8.; J. E. (^layt.m, W. T. ; R. 
A. Bounting, W. F. S. ; F. II. Olayton, W. .M.; Miss Sarah 
Elliott, W. 1). M.; Miss J. Redstone, W. I. G.; Wm. Redstone, 
W. 0. G.; Ebeu Saunders, W. C; Wm. H. Scott, W. 0. T.; 
Miss Velona Manning, ^Y. R. H. S.; Miss Mary Elliott, W. L. 
II. S. Election of officers every three months. 



BOAT (JLUJi. 

The Wah-wah-suni Boat Club was organized in Dec, 1868 
They have about sixty members, and boats as follows: "Ezra 
Rust," a cedar shell, 6 oars; "Surah A. Bullock," 4 oars; 
"Eclipse,** G oars; "Toothpick," 2 oars; and a paper shelly 
•^oars. Officers: J. K. Stevens, Pres.; N. S. Wood, Vice Pres.; 
L W. AVade, Sec'y and Treas.; C. E. Wheeler, Capt.; D. W. 
Briggs, coxswain ; 0. Armstrong, J. W. Alexander, E. N. 
Briggs, D. W. Briggs, L. Burrows, Jr., J. F. Brand, B. B. Bart- 
iett, 0. P. Barbee, W. S. Carpenter, C. M. Hobby, James 
Jerome, W. W. Knight, G. F. Lewis, and E. G. Love, active 
members. 



BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION. 

The Ladies' Relief Society has been organized for several 
years, and was re-organized October 12th, 1871. This society 
did noble service during the late Michigan and Chicago fires 
of 1871. The present officers are Mrs. Dr. I. N. Smith, I'res.; 
Mrs. Wm. A. (Mark, Scc'y ; Mrs. A. W. Wright, Treas. 



286 SAGINAW CITY DIKECTORY. 

UNDERWRITERS' ASSOCIATION. 

Saginaw Board of Underwriters. — Meet the first and 
second Friday each month at no definite place. Officers — 
Spencer Martin, President; N. S. Wood, Vice President; 0. 
K. Grant, Secretary and Treasnrer. 



AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

The Saginaw Central Agricnltural Society was organized 
Saturday, May 17, 1873, at 11 a. m., at tiie Board of Trade 
rooms, Andre & Beach block, Saginaw City. 

First fair was held Sept. 15, 10, and 17, 1873. Officers for 
1873 as follows: 

Board of Directors'. — John Fischer, President; Wm. 
McBratnie, Secretary; George R. Stark, Treasurer; Geo. F- 
Lewis, Walter D. Pettit, Colin McBratnie, W. A. Crane, 
David Geddes, Samuel Harder, Andrew Crofoot. 

Vice Presidents. — John M. Ileisrodt, Saginaw ; John 
Benson, Thomaston ; Abner Hubbard, Kochvilie ; John 
Wright, Zilwaukee; Christopher Ulricli, Carrollton; William 
Roeser, Tittabawassee ; Lemuel Cone, Richland ; Johu Clune, 
Jonestield; Thomas P. Hines, Fremont; R. W. Beeman, 
Swan Creek; Lewis Penoyer, St. Charles; George Ward, 
Brant, Nelson Phy, Brady; Anson Sheldon, Chesaning; Geo. 
0. Bell, Chapin. 

Saginaw City. — 1st Ward, John Moore ; 2d Ward, Fred. 
IL Potter; ,3d Ward, AVm. A. AVilliams ; 4th Ward, Stewart 

B. Williams ; 5th Ward, Dudley II. Smith ; Gth Ward, John 

C. Zeigler. 

LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. 

YouNu Men's Library Association. — Rooms, Andre 
block, Washington, between Court and Franklin streets ; 
rooms open every Saturday afternoon and evening. Officers : 



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SAGINAW CITY iJlUECTOKY. 287 

S. a. Wood, Pres. ; Spencer Jlartin, Vice Pres. ; Frank A. 
Talmer, Hec. Sec'y ; J. N. Penoyer, Cor. Sec'j ; Lorenzo Bur- 
rows. Treas. ; Miss Kate Kennedy, librarian. Number of vol- 
umes in library, about 1,000. 



'BUS LINE. 

Saginaw 'Bus Link.— OfHce and barn, corner Hamilton 
and Madison streets; Sunlbrd S. Perkins, Sup't. One 'bu3, 
four horses, runs to and from all trains, hotels, and private 
liouses. Fare ^5 cents. 



THE PllESS. 

The press at Saginaw City is represented by two weekly 
newspapers, the " Saginaw Ilepublican," now on its sixteenth 
volume (Piop.), and "The Saginawian," on its fifth vol am e 
(Dem.), both good papers, having a large circulation, and 
highly esteemed for their well written articles and large 
amount of reading nnittcr. The former is published by Frank 
A. Palmer, the latter ])y (leorgo l'\ Lewis. Mr. Lewis and 
Mr. Headley of the ''(Courier," at East Saginaw, issue an 
"Annual Statement of the Business of the Saginaw ^'alley and 
Lake Shore," in pamphlet form. 

Li connection with both the above ofHces are job printing 
rooms, wliich do a good business. 

THE'bARISAHD & BINDER BLOCK. 

One of the finest buildings for business jjurposes in the 
Valley, if not in Northern Michigan, is the one just completed 
by the above gentlemen. 'I'he building is Gl feet fronting 
Hamilton street, by 100 deep on Franklin street, three stories 
liigh exclusive of basement, thick brick walls, iron front cast 
in imitation of cut stone and ])aintcd ^^■ilile, iron roof and cor- 



'^*88 SAGINAW CITY DIHEUTOUY. 

nice. The building is made iire proof throughout ; • the 
interior is finished up in great style and convenience, is heated 
by steam, and furnished Avitli gas and water througliout. The 
walk is stone flagging set with illuminating tile or jets, so us 
to light the basement. The corner store is occupied by a fine 
stock of jewelry, etc., by J. C. Ziegler ; the adjoining store is 
occupied by J. AV. Dawson, a real dry goods palace, which cau 
be appreciated only by a visit ; on the Franklin street side are 
two store rooms to be occupied by a fine confectionery stock 
and a tobacco store. Above there will be several office-rooms, 
occupied by Gaylord & llanchett, Jiarnard & Binder, and 
others; the basement to have a barber shop and a public bath 
room. Cost of building about $42,000. 



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OtEneral directory of names. 



A. 



Abbott Charles, lab, res e s Carrolltou. 3. 

Abeel James M., book keeper Geo. L. Burrows & Co., bds L. 

Burrows, Jr. 
Able John, cooper, res Union ave, nr 4th. 
Able Nelson, Avks C W. Davis. 
I Abraham S., wks G. R Williams & Bros. 

^ Abram Steplien, bds Hupp House. 

.\chard A. William, hardware, stoves, and tinware, e s Hamil- 
' ton, bet Adams and Court, res cor Cass and Fayette. 

Acker Miss L., dressmaker and fancy goods, rooms e s Wasli'n, 

bet Court and Franklin, bds A. T. Putman. 
Acreson William, lab, bds John Stewart. 
Ackerson Paul, lab, bds ^foscs Delude. 
Ackley Amanda, (wid), home with Isaac Parsons. 
Adams Jicnjamin, lab, bds Charles Burleson. 
Adams Benjamin J., elk Wells, Stone & Co. 
Adams Clarence, foreman, res 409 Harrison, cor Mackinaw. 2. 
Adams Daniel, Avood-turner, res w end Throop. G. 
Adams F., wks and bds J. E. Adams. 
Adams Gregory, res 411 Jefferson, o. 
Adams James F., grocer, n w cur Adams and Hamilton, res 

(jOl Bond and Munroe. G. 
Adams Joseph K., grocer, Hamilton, cor Ciass, res 009 n 

Granger. 
Adams Lance,'foreman Williams Bros'. mill,res 407 Harrison. 3. 
Adams Mary, home with Clarence Adams. 
Adams Richard, engineer ]). Hardin & Co. 
Adams William, bds Saginaw Valley House. 
A Adsit Henry F., engineer, res s e cor Dearborn and King. 3. 

Aghard William A., hardware, AVisner block, res s 8 Cass, cor 
li Harrison. 0. 



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290 SAQINAW CITY DIRECTORY. 



Ahlenfeld Labama, elk Herman Goldsmith. 

Ahrens Julius, cigar maker J. Knapp, res cor Lyon and 

Grange. 3. 
Aikins David, lab, bds John Trumble. 
Alberts John, lab, bds E. Smith. 
Albey Matliew, lab, bds Ililau Peck. 

Albraht , lab, res Greenwich, near Elm. T). 

Albris J., wks AY right, Tipton & Go. 

Aid en George, porter D. II. Jerome and Co. 

Alderton George A., groceries, provisions, flour and feed, s 3 

Perry, bet King and "Water, res same. 4. 
Allen Augustus, lab, res w s Fayette, s Perry. 3. 
Allan Henry, bds "W". Cowan. 
Allan Mark W. and wife, lives A. T. Putnam. 
Allan Mrs. Weltha Ann, dressmaker S. Hamilton, bet Cass and 

Adams, res same. 2. 
Allen A. A., -wks Sag. Barrel Co. 
Allen Alfred, lab, wks Swift & Lockwood. 
Alien Charles, sawyer, res o s Bond, bet Clinton andThroop. 2. 

Allen Mrs. Diua, widow Kobert Allen, home with . 

Allen E., lab, wks Saginaw Barrel Co. 

Largest Slock tii llio Stale at IJllIc Jakc'M. 

Allen Francis ^Y. (Allen & Lockwood), res s e cor Mackinaw 

and Porter. T). 
Allen h'rauk, carpenter, rcB w a J*\iyette, cor Brewster. !). 
-Mien l^anklin, liler, wks Swift & Lockwood. 
Allen Hour}', engineer, Swift & Lockwood. 
Allen Henry F., lab, res 712 Granger, cor William. 2. 
Allen J. B. & Co. (Jerome B. Allen, Peter Hughes), wholesale 

wines, liquors, and cigars, cor Ames and Hamilton. 
Allen John A., bds K. Davis. 

Allen Joseph, capenter, res n w cor Fayette and Brewster. 3. 
Allen Miss Kate, compositor, bds F. A. Palmer. 
Allen & Lockwood (Francis W. Allen, ^lathew Ijockwood), 

lumbermen. 
Allen ]\rark W., bds Albert T. Putnam. 2. 
Allen Miss ilillie, teacher, home with Jessup ]\Iorehonse. 
Allen Nelson, lab, bds Riiilroad Hotel. 
Allen Nelson, lab, bds Hilaud Peck. 
Allen Samuel, bds Hodge House. 

Allen Samuel, hostler .street car barns, btls Hodge House. 
Alexaiuler Annie I']., teaclier, bds John AL'xander. 
Alexander John, res 807 (.'ass, cor Mund. 
Alexander .fohn ''■'^' ., Iiiiiil)i'r iusix-etor. bds J. Alexander. 



SAGINAW CITY DIRECTORY. 291 

Alexander Miss Josephine, teacher Penoyer school, Ist ward, 

bds Donald Alexander. 
Alma , brakeman, res w s n Granger, bet Ames and 

Jefferson. 2. 
Ambros John, bds A, Brust. 
Ames Methodist Chapel, 7th, near Lincoln ave. 
Amos A., wks Saginaw Barrel Co. 
Amos August, bds Henry Young, s s Queen, near Salt. 
Ancher John, teamster, res n e cor Harrison and Waller. 3. 
Anchutz William, carpenter, res s w cor Ames and Webster. 7. 
Anderson James, bds Exchange. 
ANDRE ALEXANDER, dealer in lumber and real estate, 

office Andre block, opposite Taylor House, res Court, 

bet Alexander and Caroline. 
Andre Elias C. (E. ('. Andre & Co.), crockery, wall-paper, 

notions, etc., s s Court, near Water, res cor Madison and 

Washington. 5. 
Andre James A. (E. C. Andre & Co.), bds E. C. Andre. 
Andrews George, lab, wks Alexander Andre. 
Andrews Gustavus A., shoemaker, wks S. F. Green, res Ham- 
ilton, bet Lyons and Jackson. 3. 

M. &. II. Kocli & €o., the Licudcrs of Fasiliiou. 

Andrews Richard, lab, res cor Oakley and Monroe. 7. 
Andrews Robert John, cooper, wks Swift & Lockwood, 
Andrus Reuben W., sheriff. 
Annctts Henry, lab, bds Rail Road Hotel. 

Anschut/. , res e s n Fayette, bet Monroe and Clinton. 3. 

Anthony Chas., lab, res n s Union ave, bet lltli and 12th. 2. 
Anthony George, engineer, glue factory, res w s of Oarrollton 

road. 3. 
Arango Peter, lab, bds Grand Rapids Hotel. 
Areily C, lab, bds Railroad Hotel. 
Arence Charles, lab, Avks Swift & Lockwood. 
Ariend Chas., lab, res e s Oakley, bet Jackson and ifackinaw. 4. 
Armitagc Levi, wks G. F. Williams & Bro. 
Armstrong John, bds Exchange. 

Armstrong Oliver, elk recorder's office, bds Taylor House. 
Armstrong Oliver, asst Co treas, bds Taylor House. 
Armstrong Roger, lab, res IMorence, s (ienesee. '.). 
Armstrong William A., ])ictures, frames, and photographer, 

rooms Nathan blk, e s Hamilton, res w s Fayette, bet Cass 

and Van Buren. 4. 
Armstrong AV. A., succeeded by Clayton Bros., John and 

Krank, iu the photograj)h, pictures, frames, etc. 



20'Z SAGIXAW CITY DIllECTORY. 



Arndt (Aldt) August, res w s IMadison. 4. 

Arridt Herman, mason, res (Jreenwicli, near Elm. -i. 

Arndt Julius, mason, res Greenwich, near Little's addition, o. 

Arndtschutz Antoine, carpenter, res 1111 e s Adams. 4. 

Arnold Mrs. Sarah, home -with Lewis TJ. JStone. 

Arquin Alexander, saloon and boarding-house, s w cor King 

and Perry, res same. 2. ,- 

Arroll William, lab, bds AViiliam A. Jose. '<, 

Asholl Tavilla, lab, res n e cor and Throop. 

Atke Curl, Avagon-maker, res s e cor Jackson and Bond. 4. 
Atwater, Kussel, lumberman, res w s Porter, bet Adams and 

Court. 5. 
Aucamp Mrs. Chertrois, res Ames, near Mason. 
Avery Charles C, shoemaker, wks W. ^J^vichell. 
Avery Charles, lab. bds Platte's Ilonse. 

B. 

Habcock Elishu ii., cashier, J. W. Dawson, res \v s Harrison, 

bet Mackinaw and Van Buren. 3. 
Babcock Jerome, wks D. Hardin & Co. 

\» Bantcriifiy: at ILittle Jakc'ii. 

Habcock Jerome, mechanic, bds Erastus P. Hitchcock. 
I^abbitt John, carjienter, wks (}. V. Williams & Bros. 
Hachmann Conrad, lab, res w s ^[ason, bet Mackinaw and 

A'^an Buren. 7. 
Bachelor ^Miss Louis, wks llev. James Jenniug. 
Backus Godfrey, lumberman, bds John Backus. 
Backus John, lumberman, res State Road, near Ames. 
Madet Edward, lab, wks Swift & Lockwood. 
Badger I\Iiss jSTellie, bds G. Hardy. 
Baeske Frank, lab, res w s Bay, s of East Sag. road. ;J. 
Bailey i\Iiss. Francis, wks S. B. Williams. 
Bait & ^ifcDougal, meat market, w s Washington, bet JMacki- 

naw and Fayette. 
Baker Charles, bds T. ^riglit. 
Baker George A., insurance agent, res s s Adams, bet Bond 

and Granger. 4. 
Baker George K, insurance agent, wks Martin & llaymond. 
Baker Josc^ph, wks A. W. AVright & Co., bdc B. Nortell. 
Baker William, engineer Swift & iiockwood. 
Ball Carrie, wks William Searls. 
liallantyne John, setter, Barnard & liender. 
Ballard Robert, veterinary surgeon, res 007 (ininger. .'J. 



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i< K BALLAllD WILLIAM & ROBERT, vetci inaiy surgeons, 

res G07 n Granger. :i. 
Ballard William, lab, res near n end Bay. 
IIALLENTINE BROS. (Amos J. and William liallentiue), 

cigars and tobacco, restaurant, and fruit stand, w s Water, 

bet Adams and Cass. 
Jiallentinc John, saw setter, res 718 Granger. 3. 
Ballentiiic Samuel, carriage maker, res WoodI)ridge, bet Court 

and Adams. 3. 
Bambers John, lab, bds K. Smith, 
lianeck Miss Augusta, wks F. K. Ganschow. 
JJanfield Joseph, lab, res w s Queen, near Salt. 7. 
Banfield Joseph, lab, Avks Swift & Lock wood. 
Banks K. H., l)arber, bds F. A. Walker, 
liarbcr Alice, home J. J}. Dibble, 
liarber Joseph, wholesale liquor dealer, NVater, cor VatiBureu, 

res over atore. ;]. 
Barber Oliver P., (reg) physician, ofiiee s s Court, bet Ham- 
ilton and Water, res 2(»0 w s Porter, bet Adams and Cass. 'i. 
Barck Edward, res u s Harrison, bet ^[ackinaw and Van 

IJuren. 3. 

Fine Furnishing Cioods at HI. &. II. Koeli & Co'i«. 

Barick Edward, res Harrison. 15. 

Barley. l^Iiss ^Lary, wks Fourth Ward Hotel. 

Barlo Korman, salt-maker, wks Swift & Lockwood. 

Barnard «& Binder (Newell Barnard and William liiuder), salt 

and lumber numufrs, mill foot of Emerson, Saginaw, 

office Barnard & Binder blk. 
Barnard John (Barnard & Co.), res w s n Fayette, cor Clinton. 4. 
Barnard Joseph M., lumberman, res s e cor Clinton and n 

Hamilton. 4. 
Barnard Newell, lumberman, res n Hamilton, bet Clinton and 

Throop. T). 
Barnard Vitel, lab, res s e cor 5th and State road. 8. 
Barnech Ernstena, Avks J. Cf. Sutherland. 
Barnes John, lab, bds Grand Kapids Hotel. 
Barnes John, lab, res w s Carrollton road, e of n Wash'n. 'A. 
Baruhard Paul, elk, J. Baunman, bds H. Barnhard. 
Barr John, brick-maker, res e s Bates, bet Mackinaw and 

Van Buren. 2. 
Barrel Alfred, wks A. liust. 
J{arrie James, bds If. Hinds. 
JJarrie Richard, lab, bds James Kingham. 
Barry Francis, cigar nuikcr, E. Scheumaun, res cor Franklin 

and Andre. 



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Bartel Ernst, blacksmith, bds City House. 

Bartlett Beiij. B., lumberman, res 20::i Porter, cor Adams. 5. 

Bartlett Benj. B,, lumberman, No. 4 Miller blk, Saginaw City. 

Barton Mrs. Elizabeth (wid), res s w cor Clinton and Oakley. 3. 

Baschal John, cooper, J. Ward, bds same. 

Bass Joseph, fireman, Barnard & Binder. 

Bassett George, fireman, G. F. Williams & Bros. 

Bassett Robert W., wks J. H. Robinson, bds same. 

Bateman Ashley, painter, bds Ilihind Reck. 

Bateman Franklin, painter, bds lliland Reck. 

Bates Xura, lab, res Fayette, s s Farley. 3. 

Bates Xura J., lab, res w s Fayette, nr Brewster. 3. 

Baucliman , lab Saginaw Barrel Co. 

Bauckman W. W., wks Saginaw Barrel Co. 
Bauer Frederick, lab, res G06 Porter, bet Lyons and Jackson. 6. 
Bauer Jacob, mason, res s w cor Cass & Granger. 11. 
Bauer John, carpenter, res n w cor Webster and Van Buren. 5. 
Bauer John M., wks D. Hardin & Co. 
Bauer Leonard, tailor, res Penoyer Farm, nr church. 
Bauer Peter, dry goods, boots and shoes, etc., cor Court and 
AVater, res n w cor Court and Webster. 9. 

Kid GIove§ at ITI. «k If. Kooli & Co's. 

Baugh Thomas, cigar packer E. Scheurmann. 

Banking and Exchange office. Court, Taylor House blk, Geo. 

L. Burrows & Co., capital. 
Banlenski John, lab, res w s ]\Iadisou. G. 
Baum Charles, lab, res w s Madison. 2. 
Bauman Jacob, dry goods, ess Hamilton, bet Adams and 

Court, res w s n Fayette, bet Jeffn and Madison. 2. 
Bauman Moritz, elk J. Bauman, bds J. Bauman. 
Baumbard Charles, bds with Robert Plaga. 
Baumgart Charles, salt-boiler C. KuU. 
Bauysen Joseph, architect, wks Fred W. Hollister. 
Baxter John, bds House House. 
Beach Charles, fireman, res Cass, near Bates. 2. 
Beach Joseph & Co. (J. Beach and M. A. Morse), dealers in 

ready made and custom clothing and gents' furnishing 

Bond Court, bet Hamilton and Wash'n, res s s Cass, bet 

goods, and Porter. 3. 
Jieach Russell, dealer in hardware, store Hamilton, res s e cor 

Mackinaw and Webster. 4. 
Beaushaw Christopher, lab, res w s Mason, bet Throop and 

Miller. 4. 
Beauty Miss Louisa, wks with Thomas N. Smith. 
Beck Abiier W., lab, res \v 8 of n Washington. 4. 



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Heck John J., carponlci-, res "Webster, cor I'romout:. ;]. 

Heckott John, porter, Avks Iknijumin 'P. Snult. 

Hccbee Charles, engineer, bds Uoyul H. {Stephens. 

Beeliler Mrs. Augusta (wid Uauliart Heehler), res cor Court 

and Porter. \i. 
Belille Miss Sarah, wks II. J. Northrup. 
IJolin William, lab, wks Swift & Lockwood. 
Bell B. Frank, fireman, res s e cor Clinton and Granger. 4. 
Bell George AV., I'ranklin House, JIamiltou, bet Cass and 

Van Buren. ]. 
Bell Matbew, lab, res s s Queen, near Salt. 10. 
Bell Oliver IL, carpenter, res s w cor ]iond and Williams. 4, 
Bell Thomas, sawyer, Avks Swift & Lockwood. 
Bell Thomas W"., lab, res No. 1605 Queen. 2. 
Bellman Michael, lab, res State road, bet 5th and Gth. 2. 
Bemrose Sarah (wid William), home with Wm. Koby. 
.'I Bender Francis W., shoemaker, res n s Mackinaw, nr Bond. 9. 

Benedict Edward, sawyer, bds S. E. D. Shettraw. 
Benedict William, wks Saginaw Barrel Co. 
Benjamin Charles G., saw-filer. Rust & Eaton's saw-mill, Zil- 

waukie, res 207 w s Bates, bet Franklin and Clinton. 4 

Interview the "Boms" Clotiiierx, Utile Juke & Co. 

Benjamin Charles L., undertaker, Hamilton, bet Cass and 

Van Buren, res same. 5. . ' , 

Benjamin Edmond, res 503 n Granger. 3. 
Benjamin F. W., lumberman, s av cor CJass and Harrison. ."J. 
Benjamin Lewis, lab, res 712 Madison, cor Porter. 3. 
Benjamin Mrs. Susan, wks T. Merrill. 
Benjamin Walter, lab, res Vermont. 3. 
Bennett Charles, wks Burleson & Martin, bds Adams st, opp 

stables. 
liennett Dimmick, lumberman, res s Hamilton, cor Perry. 3. 
• Bennett Ceorge W., lumberman, res s w Fayette and St. Louis 

Plank Eoad. G. 
Bennett Laurjn A., horse trainer, res Court, near Charles. 
. Bennett Miss Ida, waitress Hazard & Harvey. 

Bennett Isaac, carp, res w s Fayette, bet Throop and Miller. G. 

Bennett Joseph, wks E. J. Mores res Carrollton road. 3. 

Bennett Mrs., laundress, wks Hazard & Harvey. 

Benson Allen AV., blacksmith, res GU Adams. 2. 

Benson Hiram A., carnage manuf'r, Adams, bet Hamilton 

and Wash'n, res Gil Adams, cor Porter. 3. 
Benson Manley 11., lumberman, res 201 Franklin. 2. 
Jierger Peter, Brewer, res Throop, bet Harrison and Fayette. 5. 



290 SAGINAW CITY DIUKCTOltY. 



licrnell Charles, lub, bds Ruilroad Hotel. 

Bernhard Henry, dealer in clothinfj^ and merchant tailoring, 

Court st, bet Hamilton and "Water. 1 1. 
Bernthal Lizzie, wks A. llust. 
Bertrand Mi.ss Maggie, saloon, e s Water, bet Franklin and 

Court. 
Bero Stephen, teamster, wks Alexander Adre. 
Berridge John, lab, res w s Andre, bet Adams and Court. -4. 
Berry J. L., agt, res AVoodbridge, bet Court and Franklin. 3. 
Bctz ti., wks Wriglit, Tipton & Co. 
Hever (Jharles, railroad-man, bds Railroad House. 
Bias Charles, lab, res Lyons, cor Mason. \i. 
HIESTEUFELl) CHRISTIAN, tinsmith, Kuhen's blk, 

n Hamilton, l)et Ames and Franklin, res cor Fayette and 

Munroe. 
Hiesterfeld Christian, tinsmith, bds Henry Bicsterf'eld. 
Biesterfeld Henry, elk W. A. Achard, res cor Fayette and 

Madison. 
Biesterfeld ILenry, elk, bds Henry liicsterfeld. 
Biesterfeld Henry, carpenter, res cor Fayette and Munroe. 

I^ittlc Jake & Co., AVisiicr Block. 

Biesterfeld Henry l-Ved. A\'m., Sr., carpenter, res u- s n Fayette 

and Munroe. 4. 
Beisterfeld Henry Fred. Win., Jr., elk, bds Henry liicsterfeld. 
Biesterfeld William, elk Henry Biesterfeld. 

Bigelow , bds James Coleman. 

Bigelow William H., elk, wks William JMolls. 

Binder AVilliam, (Barnard it Binder), res e s ILamilton, bet 

Ames and Franklin. 4, 
Birolken Henry, bds Crand Rapids Hotel. 
Biron Alfred, bds Peter Jokey, s s Queen st, nr Salt. 
Bishop Augustus, blacksmith, res s s Pleasant. 4. 
Bishop Thomas IL, mechanic, bds E. G. Babcock. 
IJISSTEUFELI) WILLIAM, res cor Fayette and Monroe. 
Bittman Josgph M., elk AVells, Stone A Co., bds Mrs. A. M. 

Stone. 
Black Jas. A., lab, res s s Queen, nr Salt. 4. 
Black James, wks Sturtevant, Green & Co. 
Blackmore Joshua, real estate dealer, '206 Fayette, bet Adani« 

and ('ass. JJ. 
Blanchard Augustus, real estate agt and dealer in pine laiuls, 

res n w cor Jelferson and Webster. 4. 
Blair Henry, carpenter, res n end Washington ave. :i. 
IMair Joel, rivcrman, res w s Fayette, cor Saginaw. 4. 



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HIair David, carpenter, res n end of "Wjishiiigfcun ave. 8. 

liluko George, bds Exchange. 

Hlakley Charles, lab, wks .Swil't & JiOckwood. 

Hlunchard's Mill, Water, opp ]Manchard'.s Mill. :{. 

Hleilcr Joseph, lab, res u av cor Lyoii and Webster, 'i. 

Bliss C. 8., carpenter, res s s Pleasant, o. 

Hliss (r., wks Wright, Tiptou & Vo. 

Jiliss Lyman W., ])hysician, odice and residence n e cor Fay- 
ette and IMackinan'. -I. 

IMiss Lyman AV., pliysician and surgeon, oniec w s Wash'n, a 
ilackinaw, Williams block. 

iiliss AVilliam, sawyer, wks Swift & Lockwootl. 

Hlooni Mary, aged 78, home with 0. llemcr. 

Hlooer James, farmer, res w s Washington, s of Dearborn. 4. 

Hluhm Frederick, bds V. Kwald. 

Hocom Gust, carpenter, res nr n end 11th. 4. 

Bodctt, Theodore, lab, res 808 Clinton. ;*. 

Hoess Charles, bds Grand liapids Hotel. 

Bogan Jiliss Jennie, waitress Franklin House. 

Bohm Frederick, lab, res e s ]\Iason, n of Adams. '■.*. 

Si'iuTH and Tios at M. & JII. Koch A: Co'm. 

Bohni Frederick, lab, res s e cor Lyon and Jiond. .'). 

Bohingerden 'M., wks G. F. ^^'illiams & Bros. 

Boiden Frank, wks Sturtevant, (ireen (S: Cd. 

Boimdistlo Nelson, bds T. Wriglil. 

Bolinskey J., wks Wriglil, Tipton t!t Co. 

Bollein Charles, lab, res s w cor liay and East fSagina\\r Hoad. '). 

liolleen Miss Charlotte, works C. S. Kimberly. 

Bolton Edward B., engineer, res r?On Oakley, bet Ames and 

Franklin. 3. 
Bolton Edward, planer, D. Hardin & Co. 
Boos .lohn, lab, res w s 7th, bet Lincoln and Union aves. '2. 
Booth Sarah (wid James S.), home B. McArdle. '4, 
Bopp Aliss ilary. wks F. AV. Allen. 
Boquetto Joseph, IL, carpenter, grocer, res w s n Fayetle, bet 

Clinton and Throop. o 
Bordeaux Fred, lab, res e s 11th. ,'). 
Borland Miss Hattie, lives C. Lee. 
JJorrow James, lab, bds A. Lefevere. 
Borrow William, cooper, J. Ward, bds same. 
Bosnian Christian, lab, res c s Bay. 1. 
Bossel John, student, bds Konrad Matters. 
Bostwick Austin, carriage-nniker and blacksmith, res 308 

Fayette, cor Xnu Buren. r>. 

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298 SAGINAW CITY DIRECTORY. 



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Bostwick Austin, carriage-maker, blacksmith, and paintiug, 

shop and res 308 Payette, cor Van Bureii. G. 
Bostwick Frank, wks and bds J. G. Manning. . 4 

Bottke Emil, shoemaker, bds City House. :\\ 

Bottneck August, hib, bds Grand Rapids Hotel. n 

Bouchcy Gilbert, ship-carpenter, res 805 Bond, bet Miller aud 

Throop. 2. 
Bouchey Joseph, aged, lives G. Bouchey. x\ 'j^, 

Bouch 1'homas, engineer G. Meshon's drill house, res n g 

Pleasant. 2. 
Bouer Charles, lab, res "Webster, e of Fremont. 5. 
Hounting Pichard A., carpenter, res e s Bond, bet Jefferson 

aud ]\[onroc. 2. 
Bouya Nelson, lab, bds Charley Bushey. . ,- -..(^ 

Bovay Pobert, lab, res Eleanor ave, cor Harrison. 2. :;fi) 

Bower Adam, police, res 1008 n e cor Cass and Mason. 3. 
Bower Leonar, lab, res s s East Town road, near lith. G 
Bowles Thomas, lab, res NV alter. Compos ave. 2. 
Bowman Charles W., railroad man, bds Alfred W. Kayner. j* 
Bowman Josephine, bds C. H. Chappie. ■; 

Little Jake & Co. Undersell Everybody. 

Bowden Francis, lab, res s s Queen, near Salt. 3. 

Boyer Louis, lab, res Cuss. G. 

Brackelboiir Wolfgang, lab, res cor Jefferson and Fayette. 0. 

Brock way Chauncey, lumberman, res Fayette, cor Stephen. 5. 

Brock way Lewis J I., propr Brockway House, n w cor Ames 
and Hamilton. 2. 

Bradley Hofmer M,, dealer in lumber and staves, res e s Ger- 
man Colony road, near Pleasant. 3. 

Bradt Henry S., messenger 1st nat'l bank. 

Brady j\Iiss Bridget, lives T. E. Brady. 

Brady James A., boot and shoe maker, Perry, e Water, res 
Water, bet Perry and Dearborn. 5. 

Brady James E., shoemaker, res s Water, bet Dearborn and 
Hamilton. 5. 

Brady ]\Iiss Margaret, lives J. E. Brady. 

Brady Miss Sarah, lives J. E. Brady. 

Brainard Williau}, land-looker, res e s Bay. 8. 

Braley Alfred F. P., cashier 1st nat'l bank, res 412 Franklin, 
cor Harrison. 2. 

Braley Ezra, lab, res 703 Harrison, bet Jackson and Williams. 2. 

Braley Pliineas D., Inmberman, res s e cor Stevens and Wash- 
ington. 5. 

Branier , lab, res Andre, cor Franklin. 2. 



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Mrant Mrs. Anna (wid Samuel), res e s 12th, bet Lincoln and 
Union aves. G. 

HrunJ Harrison, machinist, res w s Granger, bet Jackson and 
Williams. 4. 

Hrand Henry N., lab, res s w cor Oakley and Franklin. 3. 

UKANl) JOHN F., boots and slioes, e s Hamilton, bet 
i; Court and J^'ranklin, res w s Hamilton, opp brewery. 
[ Brand John F., boots and shoes, res s w cor Hamilton and 
'• Brewster. 3. 

Hmnd Tuast, lab, res No 1208 Adams, near Woodbridge. 3. 

Hruter Johanu Kilian, carpenter, res e s Harrison, near cor 
Adams. 7. 

Hray James, lab, res s w cor Waller and Webster. 7. 

Hrechtclsbouer Miss Lizzie, lives J. T. Elliott. 

Breenian James, lab, bds Delos Smith. 

Mremer Mary, home with J. Plattenbark. 2. 

Bremmer F., wks Wright, Tipton & Co. 

Hreinmer Miss Sophia, wks W. L. Moye. 

Hrcniy lleind, lab, bds Grand Hapids Hotel. 

Hrenner Charles E., constable, res 210 Granger, u w cor Cass. 2. 

LiO\vc»it Prices ut M. & II. Koch & Co's. 

JJrenncr Charles J., dealer in salt, res n Hamilton, bet Madi- 
son and ^Monroe. 8. 

Brenner (lustavus A., watchman, bds 0. E. Brenner. 

Brenner Miss Minnie, works C. S. Ivimberly. 

Bresinske Andrew, lab, res J^'lorence, s of Genesee. 2. 

IJrcntigam iliss Sophia, wks H. Burrows. 

Brewer Charles A., agt for patent rights, res s e cor Hamilton 
and Dearborn. 5. 

Bridenborne William, shoe-maker, works William Kohn. 

Briggs Daniel W., book-keeper 1st National Bank, bds A. F. 
R. Braley, cor Franklin and Harrison, 

Briggs Eben N., lumber and salt manuf r, oftic8 cor Jefferson 
and Water, res Wash'n. 

Briggs George, wks and bds H. Shelson. 

Briggs Jonathan, drayman, res Hamilton, cor Saginaw. 5. 

Briggs Miss Mary, home with Eev. James Kiley. 

Brink John, lab, bds Brockway House. 

Britton Edwin K., carpenter, res n s Pleasant. 2. 

Breuck Charlie, res No. 1205 Cass. 10. 

Beingcr Ferdinand, lab, res No. 1001 Cass, cor Oakley. 4. 

Brockway Charles, lumberman, res n s St. Louis plank, w of 
Cross roads. 5. 

Brockway Herbert, lumber inspector, bds John 0. Whitman. 



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Hrodie Miss Maggie, wks C. Lee. 

Brodie Miss Mary, ^vks Mrs. Ellen O'Neil. 

Broderick Michael, ast saw shop D. II. Jerome & Co. 

Broderick Michael, lab, bds T. AVright. 

Brodrick Thomas, lab, bds Trellas Tiittle. 

Broderdort ^Villiam, lab, res w s Porter, bet Jackson and WU» 

Ham. 2. \ 

Brogan Andrew, riverman, res 403 u (ji ranger. [>. ,?|1'; 

Brown A., drayman, bds (!ity Ilonse. i,,^ 

Brott Henry, bank elk, bds Mrs. M. Gotee. J^ 

iirown Albert, shoemaker, res s w cor Bond and Miller. 5. I 
Brown Alexander, saloon and boarding house, w s AVater, bet 

('linton and ^Monroe, i. 
Brown (Catherine C, (wid), home with T. M. James. jji 

Brown Champion, bds E. J. King. '^^ 

Brown Charles, bds Grand liapids Hotel. .W^ 

Brown George, lab, res e s Porter, bet Jackson iind William. 4. 
Ikown George, night lireman Barnard & Binder. ii 

Brown Geo. \V. H., lumberman, res w s Madison, cor Porter. 7 
Brown Henry, night tircmun Barnard & Binder. 

One Price to all ut IJttIc Juke &. C'o'g. 

Brown Henry, tuck pointer, res w s Fayette, bet ]irewster and 
Miller. J>. 

Brown John, METROPOLIS SALOON, w s Water, bet 
Clinton and ^lonroe. 3. 

Brown John IS., teamster, wks Alexander Andre. 

Brown John W., lab, res e s Bay. 7. 

BROWN JOHN, Metropolis .Saloon, notion stand, w end 
Bristol-st bridge. 3. 

]irown Bobert, bds ^V. H. Brown. 

Brown Samuel, lab, res e s State road, near Pair ground. G. 

Brown Thomas C, carpenter, res s w cor Clinton and Har- 
rison. 4. 

Jirown Thomas, lab, bds John Stewart. 

Brown Thomas, lab, bds E. Davis. 

Brown WiJliam Henry, fireman iJarnurd & Jiinder, res Bar- 
nard's Island. "I. 

Jirown Willianj, teamster, res e s Lincoln ave, bet 9th and 
10th. 3. 

Brown William 11., himbernum, res s e cor Adams and Har- 
rison. '^. 

Brown William M., att'y, bds J. Guillott. 

Brucwitc (Jhristian, marble-cutter, bds Kupp House. 

Brunnnar J(dni, .saloon, cin* ('oiut and Oakley. 2. 



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Hrunucr Gnstaviis, bds Rupp House. 

Uriino Joliu B., engineer (1. F. Williams & Bros. 

Hrimo John B., engineer in saw mill, res s e cor Jackson unci 

Hamilton. 7. 
Bruno Theodore, wks (1. F. Williams & liros. 
Ilrush Matliew, bds J. W. Brown. 
Hrueli Konan, lab, bds Railroad Hotel. 
Hruske Edward, tinsmith, bds City Honse. 
Hruske Edward, foreman D. H. Jerome & Co. 
Hruso Alexander, wks glue works, bds Gillrap's. 
Hrost A., saloon, e s AVashington, cor Court. .">. 
Kruya Jacob, lab, bds E. Smith. 
Kuddholy C, wks U. F. AVilliams & Bro. 
Hull John, lab, res s s East Saginaw road. (J. 
Hullard George C, horse-trainer, wks and boards Laurin A. 

Bennett. 

Bullock Nathaniel , bds Benjamin Clushway. 

lUillock Mvs. Sarah A. (wid George W. Bullock), res 407 

Court. 
Hutler Mrs. Mary (wid Henry Butler), res w s Carrol tonRoad. 8^ 

Only one Price ut M. &. II. Kocli &. Co^a. 

Bunnell Charles, fireman, res e s AVashington, s of Congress 
ave. 0. 

Hunnham Frederick, gunsmith, res w s Granger, bet Jackson 
and AVilliams. X'. 

Hurbank Samuel G., lab, res near Elm, w s J. L. & S. R. R. -i. 

Hurch Alanson, wks glue factory, res e s AVash'n ave, bet Lin- 
coln ave and State Road. 6. 

liurch Alanson P.. Avorks glue works, res AVash'n ave, near 
J. Tuthill. 

Hurdick Steward V., freight conductor J., L. & S. R. R., res 
c s Oakley, bet Lyon and Mackinaw. 'Z. 

liurgess Eugene, lab, bds Michael Reardon. 

Burgermeister Charles, brewer S. & S., res e s Hamilton, at 
brewery. X\ 

Burhans Charles, clerk Burhans & Co. 

Hurhans & Co. (Daniel Burhans and Nelson Spencer), whole- 
sale grocers, Hamilton, bet Cass and Van Buren. 

Burhans Nelson B. (Burhans & ('o.) res s s Jackson, bet Fay- 
ette and AVashington. "i. 

Hurk John, lab, bds George Daharsh. 

Burk Joseph, ship carpenter, res e side ^'ebster, bet Miller 
and Throop. 5. 

Burk Miss Julia, wks G. VV, Bennett. 



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Burke Edward, tuck pointer, res w s n Granger, bet Clinton 

and Throop. '6. 
Burke Edward tuck pointer and stone cleaner, bds Kirby 

House. 
BURKE EDWARD, tuck pointer and stone cleaner, bdS; 

Kirby House. See advt. i 

Burke John, bds Sag. Valley Uotel. ..iiti 

Burke Joseph, carp, res e s Webster, bet Miller and Throop. i.^, 
Burkett Cephas, brakeman, J., L. & S. 11. R., bds J. C. Hart, i' 
Burkett Edward, lab, bds Eailroad Hotel. { 

Burleson Charles, livery, res cor Clinton and Hamilton. 7. ;' 
Burleson Charles (Burleson & Martin), res cor Clinton and 

Hamilton. 
Burleson Mrs. Frances, home with Charles Burleson. (■ 

Burleson & Martin (Charles Burleson, Jira S. Martin), livery 

and boarding stables, s s Adams, bet Hamilton and Wash'u. 
Burlingame John H., engineer, wks Barnard & Binder. 
Burnham Atwood E. J., wks S. E. Burnham, bds E. E. Burn- 
ham. 2. 
Burnham Edwin E., carpenter, res e s Bond, bet jMackinaw 

and Van Buren. 2. 

Little Jake & Co., "Boss" Clothiers of the State. 

Burnham Elsworth, res 501 Harrison, cor Madison. 2. 
Burnham Bev. J. H., pastor Unitarian, res 50i n Wash'n.' , ,..:- 
Burnham Joseph B., dealer lumber and salt, res No. 508, cor 

^lunroe and AVashiugton. 5. 
Burnham Noah S., physician, res Fremont, w of Bond. ;}. 
Burnham Noah, aged, lives E. E. Burnham. 
BURNHAM NORMAN G., physician and surgeon, office 

No. 2 Miller blk, ess Hamilton, res 501 Harrison, cor 

^Madison, (i. 
Burnham liobert A., boat-maker, wks S. E. Burnham. 
Burnham liobert A., wks William H. Brown. 
Burnham Samuel E., boat-builder, n w cor Mackinaw and 

AVater, res No. 708 Cass, cor Porter. 2. 
BURROWGHS GEORGE L. & Co., (George L. Burrowghs, 

Fred. H. Potter), bankers and exchange ollice, Taylor 

House blk, s s Court. See advt. 
Burrowghs Lorenzo, Jr., (fleo. E. Burrowghs i\; Co.), res cor 

Cass and Wash'n. 
Burrows Andrew, banker, res e s AVash'n, cor Cass. 5. 
Burrows (ico. L. li Co., ((i. L. cS: F. 11. Potter), bankers, ('ourt 

Street, Taylor House blk. 
Burrows (ieo. L., banker, res 20(1 Washington. 7. 



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Burtram James, lab, bds K. Porteus. 

Husby Thomas W., printer, res 805 Madison. 

Husby ^Irs. Susan (wid James), res 805 Madison. 3. 

Busha Lewis, ship carpenter, res 90G Oakley. 7. 

Bushey Charles, lab, res cor Mason and Miller. 4. 

Hasliey Nelson, carpenter, res w end I'hroop. 5. 

Bush Miss Augusta, wks A. B. Paine. 

Bush Fayette S., gang sawyer 8wift & Lockwood, res n e cor 
Dearborn and Washington. 3. 

Bush Gilbert, lab, wks Swift & Lockwood, bds G. Bnsh. 

Bush Gillman, watchman Swift & Lockwood's mill, res s a 
Dearborn, bet Water and King. 3. 

liush William, cabinet-maker, res 403 Porter, bet Jefferson and 
Madison. 4. 

Butler Jennie, wks J. N. Penoyer. 

Butler Miss Jennie, dressmaker, bds S. F. Green. 

Butler John, fireman, wks Barnard & Binder. 

lUitman j\Iyron, lumber merchant, res n Uamilton, bet Jeffer- 
son and Madison. 3. 

Butler Miss Nellie, wks Whe'aton D. Carpenter. 

Butler ]\Irs. Sarah, housekeeper J. C. ILarris. 

•Silk Wi'MpperH unci Di'uwerM :;t IVT. & II. Koeli & Co'm. 

Butnuin & Kust (Myron Butnian and Amasa Rust), log and 
lumber dealers, and pine lands, office Taylor House blk,- 
Court. 

Butterlield F., wks G. J^\ Williams «S: Bros. 

Butterfield Joseph, Avks and bds AV". B. Coventry. 

Butterfield Thomas, bds Saginaw Valley House. 

Butts Mrs. Abram, , res No :203 Washington, bet Amos 

and Franklin. 4. 

Butts ]\Iiss Julia, home with Sirs. Abram Butts. 

Butts Nelson, :, bds Mrs. Abram Butts. 

Burns Mhs ("atherine, lives Dr. J. Jerome. 

Burns ]\Irs. Flora, wks P. Pa])pleyea. 

Burns James, lab, bds Anthony Gaum. 

Burns James, lab, bds David Crowley, 

I^urns .lohn, bds Saginaw A'alley House. 



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Cadaratt J^'rank, lab, res c s llarrisun, but .Miller andThroop. 4, 
(;ahill ]\Iary, res w s n ((ranger, bet Ames and Jellerson. 
Cahsoms .himetJ, lub, wks Charles Turner. 
Cain Henrv, I;ib. \v:i w s 7th, bet fjincoln and Union aves. ?. 



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Oairx James, warelioiiseiiian ]-! Stigiuaw depot, Ids parents. 
(Callahan John, hds Henry Young, s s Queen, w, near salt. 
Calahan Jolm, salt-maker, Sturtevant, (Ireen & Co. 
CALAHAN THOMAS, propi Foiirtli Ward Hotel, n e 

cor King & I'erry. T. 
Calbert AVilliam, lab, res n e cor Perry and Jlaniiiton. 3. 1 
Caldwell Herbert, lab, bds Francis Boyden. !j?X 

Cales John, clerk, Benjamin Geer, bds lirockway House. 'd 
Calkins Alec, elk. Peuoyer & St. John, bds S. Hitchcock, cor 

Fayette & Mackinaw. 
Callam John. Inniberinan, res n s Lincoln ave., bet 4th noil 

Wf.shington. ;}. 
('allam Peter, res w s State road, cor 7th. ;2. 
Callam William, lumberman, res Wash'n ave. .'). 
(Jallis J. E., elk, wks Benjamin Greer. :^, 

Cameron Norval, snpt Gas-light Co., res 1.'302 ? Wash'n. 5. il 
Camp Mr., lab, bds William H. Jose. ,^i 

Campbell Alex., bds Dunbar House. -''i 

(Campbell .Aliss Elizabeth, Avks Barnhart Herrig. 
Cami)bell J., lab, wks Saginaw Batrel Co. 

Patronize the »Boss» Clo thiers, Little Jake & Co. 

Campbell Margaret (wid Daniel), res s s Stephens, bet Wash'n 

and Fayette. :i. 
Campbell liobert, wks and bds C. C. Croscup. 
Campion Charles S., delivery elk, res w s Fayette, cor Miller."' 
Canada William J., lab, wks Swift & Lockwood. 
Cann, ]\Iiss ]\Iargaret, wks Nathan S. Lockwood. 
Cannon M., wks Wright, Tipton & Co. 
Cannon, T. A^'., wks Hardin .^ Co. 
('area Florence (wid), boarding-house, res Farlev. 
Carie Michael, lab, bds Prellas Tuttle. 
('arl Edward, lireman, bds J. Kaynor. 
Carmichael Frank, lab, res « s" Union, bet r)th and Wash'n 

avenue. 4. 
Carney James, carpenter, bds T. "Wright. 
Carney John, lab, bds John Stewart. 
Caro Hugh, lab, bds l{ai1road Hotel. 
(>arpenter Miss Anna, wks Joshua Tuthill. 
(!arpenter Charles IL, bds Wheaton D. Carpenter. 
Carpenter Cyrus, elk, i)os(olliee, Mh Mrs. .AL H. Prentiss. 
(Jarpenterl)., wks (i. J*'. WiHiams S^ Bros. 
Carpenter Henry, scaler, bds Wheaton D. Carpenter, 
(.'arpenter Mac, wks Swift & Lockwood. 
(■arpenter AVhcaton J)., lumber inspector, res e s Wash'n. :i. 



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Ciirriee John, bds Dunbar House. 

Carr Mrs. Ellen (wid Williiun), res u w cor 10th and Lincoln 

ave. 3. 
Oarr Joseph, blacksmith, res w s Carrollton road. 2. 
Carroll Miss Amanda, wks John W. Wood. 
Carroll Edward, lab, bds Railroad Hotel. 
Carroll Miss Ellen, bds Thomas Carroll. 
Carroll Mrs. Mary A., bds Thomas Carroll. 
Carroll Thomas, groceries and provisions, Water, Oompo'» 

avenue, res same. 7. 
Carsey Julius W., foreman Saginay City Gaslight Co., re& 

1402 Wash'n, cor Perry. 3. 
Carsley Henry, peddler, bds J. E. Loxlie. 
Carstan Coosau, lab, works Christ. Eggers. 
Carter Benjamin, sawyer Barnard & Binder. 
Carter William, lab, bds David Crowley. 
Carvey Charles, teamster, bds E. Davis. 
Cassady Timothy B., works and bds C. C. Croscup. 
Casner 0., conductor, bds Royal H. Stephens. 
Casper Jason M., res w s n Granger, cor Ames. 4. 

Cioods Marked In Plain Figurci» at M. A; II. Koch X Co'i, 

Castello George, painter, res cor Mackinaw and Oakley. 6. 
Caswell James A., livery and sale stable, w s Water, bet Jeflfer- 

Bon and Ames, res s w cor Porter and Clinton. 6. 
Catrat F., wks AV right, Tipton & Co, 
Caunkuga Andrew, lab, res Greenwich, near Elm. 5. 
Cavanaugh Frank, lab, bds F. St. Dennis. 
Cavanaugh John, engineer Drudge, res s e cor Porter and 

Jackson. 3. 
Cawkins Alexander, bds S. J. Hitchcock. 
Cerelin Jobn, tailor, res n w cor Marion and Case. 3. 
Chadwick David C, res e s of n Washington. 3. 
Chaffee Charles, book-keeper, res GOO Adams. 3. 
. Chaffee Charles R., elk freight ofhce J., L. & S. R. R., at Sag. 

City, res 8 s Adams, bet Granger and Porter. 

Chall Peter, lab,' res s s Chestnut, cor . 4. 

Champee Jas., carpenter, res n s of Wayne, w of Webster. 6. 
Chapin Arthur B., lumberman, res e s Wash'n, bet Lyons 

and Jackson. 3. 
Chapin Arthur, wks Hardin & Co. 
Chapman Alex., contractor, s w cor 11th and Union ave. 3. 

Chapman , peddler, bds J. E. Loxlie, 

Chapman Benjamin N., lab, bds Mrs. Susan M. Humphrey. 
Chapman Philander, lab, res Bond & Mackinaw. 5. 
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306 SAGINAW OITY DIRECTORY. 

Chapi^le Charles H., lab, res s s Cliuton, opp 1303. 3. ' 

Chappell Miss Anna, lives G. R. Stark. 

Charles James, blacksmith, bds Mrs. Susan M. Humphrey. 

Charte ]\Iiss Ida, wks with Richard Khuen. 

Cherry John, lab, wks Swift & Lockwood. 

Cherry William, lab, res e s Emerson, near Water. 3. ' 

Child Mrs. Hannah J. (wid), res w s Mason, bet Adams and' 

Court. 2. 
Chinkelaw J., wks Barnard & Binder. ' 

Chisholm James, bds Henry Young, s s Queen, near Salt. 
Chovin Charles, lab, res w s Washington. 4. 
Chovin Harvey, engineer, res w s Washington. 6. 
Christ Donns, lab, res Chesnut. 4. 
Christ Laurence, lab, bds Platte's House. 
Christe Gertrude (wid), res w s Porter, bet Madison and JeflPn. 
Christe Jacob, bds Rupp House. 

Churchell Mrs. Annie, , res Florence, s Genesee. 3. 

Churchill Miss Martha, wks J. W. Perrin. 
Claflin Louis, butcher, wks John Harding. 
Clapp Mrs. Annie, wks G. L. Hopper. 

Little Juke & Co. UiKlersell Everybody. 

Clapp Gaiua B., carpenter, res s w cor Clinton and Wood- 
bridge. 5. 

Clark A., bds Hodge House. 

Clark James, att'y, res u w cor Van Buren and Woodbridge, 
oflice cor Water and Hamilton. 7. 

Clark Robert, lab, res s w cor Mason and Van Buren. 3. 

Clark William A., lawyer, oflice E. Saginaw, res cor Harrisott 
and Monroe. 5. 

Clarke George, bds Exchange. 

Clarke, J., brakeman, bds Royal H. Stephens. 

Claude John, lab, bds 4th Ward Hotel. 

Olawson J., wks Wright, Ti])ton & Co. 

Clayton Bros. (John E. and Frank H.), successors to W. A. 
Armstrong. 

Clayton Frank, photographer W. A. Armstrong, bds J. E. 
Clayton. 

Clayton John E., clerk, works E. C. Newell & Co. 

Clayton William H., lab, lab, res n s Elm. 5. 

Cleaveland James, bds John Fenderson. 

Clewens Frank, bds Hodge House. 

Clements A., wks Wright, Ti])ton & Co. 

Clifton Frederick G., engineer, steam fire engine, Saginaw, res 
engine house, cor Harrison and Van Buren. G. 



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01 if ton Mrs. Rod a, wks G. L. Burrows. 

CLOSE WILLIAM G., shoemaker, shop cor TIarrisou and 
^ladison. 

('luynlelt Frank, res e end Pleasant. 

Cohen Calomon, cigar-maker, res 404 Bond, bet Van Buren 
and . 8. 

Ooiley Timothy, riverman, bds City House. 

Cole Alfred, lab, res n s Washington. 3. 

Cole Charles, carpenter, res A\''illiams blk, w s Wash'n, junc- 
tion of Cross road. 2. 
[i^ Cole Charles B.. wks D. M. Knox, bds same. 

Cole Cyrus W., bds Ed. AVarner. 

Cole David, lab, res n s Pleasant. 2. 

Cole Eugene J., lab, res e s AVebster, bet AVilliams and Steph- 
en. 3. 

Cole Harvey, lab, bds Xura Bates- 
Cole John, lab, res n w cor Oakley and Van Buren. 2. 

Cole Joseph, St. NICHOLAS RESTAURANT, AVater, res 
same. 2. 

Cole Mrs. Maud, bds Ed. AVarner. 

I.owcHt Prices at M. & H. Koch & Co's. 

Cole Mrs. Mary, bds Mrs. S. M. Humphrey. 

Cole Cyrus, engineer, bda Hiland Peck. 

Cole AV alter, lab, bds Mrs. Susan M. Humphrey. 

Colcfax Wm. AV'., carpenter, res n w cor 8th and Union ave. f), 

Coleman -Miss , dressmaker, bds Albert McKee. 

Coleman Eugene, -way-bill elk J., L. & S. K. Jl. depot, at Sag. 

City, res n c cor Cass and Harrison. 
Coleman James, res 205 Harrison. 3. 
Collins James, bell-boy Taylor House. 
Coleman AVilliam, cigar-maker, Avks J. Knapp, res Porter, bet 

Lyon and Mackinaw. 
Coley Charles, lab, bds liailroad Hotel. 
Coley J. S., lab, bds liailroad Hotel. 
Coley Lafayettt, lab, bds liailroad Hotel. 
Coley Samuel, bds Kailroad Hotel. 
Coley AVilliam AV., elk, wks William :^[oll. 
Colwell George, bds Dunbar House. 
Comfort AVilliam, wks H. C. Miller. 
Compeau Joseph, lab, res 004 iMiller. 3. 
Compeau .loscpli, res ?00 AVebsicr. 0. 
COMPO EELIX, saloon and b h, s Water, cor AVayne. 4. 
C'Ompton Charles S., cllc AVells, Stone & Co., res cor Eayetto 

and Miller. 



;{08 SAdlNAW CITY l>IllKCrOUY. 

(!orni)ton Marj^uret, will, rui w b Fayette, cor Miller. 

iU)mi>\.un Kiicliiicl A., willi Mur^areL ('omptori, 

(/(>iij.mIoii MJHH liannuli, f;(>(»k, l''riinkliri ilou.Hc. 

Coiii'.y l/:iwr<:ii'.<:, Ij'Ih (iratid UapidK Jlotel. 

iUiun JiC'jiaiil (J., Jalj, res No. loO-t Mackinaw, neiir Wood- 
bridge. 1. 

Conner .James, bds Kirby J louse. 

Uonncrs, .lames, lab, bds Orellas Tiittle. 

Oonners Timotliy, lab, bds Orellas Tattle. 

Conners AVilliani, lab, bds Orellas Tattle. 

Conney Thomas, lab, bds 'J\ "Writj^ht. 

(/onuor Frank, carpenter, res s s (Ireeuwicb, w of IJond, Lit- 
tle's addition. 4. 

Connor ^Michael, carpenter, bds 11. G. Lee. 

Connor William, bds John Stewart. 

Conner AYright, bds W. M. Haskell. 

Connors Edward, lab, bds T. St. Dennis. 

Connors William JI., lab, res King, cor Dearborn. 4. 

Conover A. AVarren, cooper, res e s Porter, bet Throop and 
Miller. 7. 

Conroy James, lab, res 503 Oakley, bet Madison and Monroe. 3.. 

One Price to all ut Little Juke &. €o'i«. 

Consaul Merrett, wks Wright, Tipton & Co., bds A. D. .Smith. 

Cook B. Annie, home with C. E. Brenner. 

Cook Charles and wife, bds H. Libbey. 

(/ook Dewillioiis W., carpenter, res c s Bond, bet Clinton and 

Throop. 4.. 
Cook Henry, elk, bds AVilliam li. Jose. 
Cook James R., att'y at law, oilice Andre blk, opp Tavlor, res 

303 AVcbster, cor Cass. 7. 
Cook Joseph (Cook & Loxley), res n e cor Franklin and 

Porter. 7. 
Cook & Loxley (Joseph Cook and John E. Loxley), tinware, 

etc., n s Franklin, w of Bond. 
(500KS0N OALYIN 0., prop'r HUGHES HOUSE, cor 

Uamiltoii & Mackinaw. 3. 
(Jook Truman S., agt .John Tuthill, coal yard, res w s Webster, 

bet Monroe and Clinton. 3. 
(Jook AVilliam J., tinner D. TI. Jerome & Co. 
Corbin William, lab, ros e s Greenwich, near Elm. U. 
Corle AVilliam, lab, res w s Webster, bet Ames and Jelf'u. 3. 
(Corner Charlie, lab, bds Isaac iiorange. 
Corning T. J}. & Hon (Timothy H. and Gurdon Corning), 

''lioan and Trust Co.," loan money on real estate, oflice 

cor Adams and "Wash'ii Grove, res AVash'n, K. Saginaw. 



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(Jorning T. B. & J. Corning, trust and loan, res East Saginaw. 

Oosgrove James, bds J. E. Bi-ady. 

Coulter Andrew (F. P. .Stone & Co.), res 107 u b'uyctte, cor 

Eninklin. 4. 
UouUer James, bds A. lirowji. 
Coulter John, bds T. Wright. 

'^ i\:> Couse Allen, carpenter, res cor od and , e Saginaw. 

* I f Cousineau John, lab, res e w cor East Saginaw road and 12th. 7. 

Cousineau Joseph, lab, res n s Union ave, bet 7tli and 8th. 3. 
Coventry William B., farmer, res av end Pleasant street. 3. 
Cowan AVilliam. boarding-honae, n c cor Hamilton and 

Steplien. 4. 
Cramer James, lab, bds William 11. Jose. 
Crane Daniel, millwright, res Salt, nr King. :>. 
Crane George, carpenter, bds Daniel Crane. 
Crane John, M'atchman, wks Saginaw Barrel Co. 
Crarer ^Y., wks Wright, Tipton & Co. ■ 
Crawford James E., bds Mrs. S. ^[. Humphrey. 
Crawford I'atrick, salesman Singer sewing machine and Mason 

washing machine.?', res w s n (J ranger, )»et Clinton and 

Throop. 7. 

Only one i»ru;c at .^, & II. Koch & CJo's. 



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Crayer Frederick, wks AVright, Tipton & Co. 

Crier 0. A., agt American organs, bds J. Ostrander. 

Crogan Daniel, lab. bds Moses Dehiile. 

Crookenbark J., wks Wright, 'J'ipton & (Jo. 
\ ; Croscu}) (Jullin C, carpenter, res s w cor Bales and Franklin. ,i. 

I I (Jrosson Edward, lab, res Mackinaw, nr driving park. 7. 

I jj (h'ow Edward; blacksmith, wks Austin Bostwick. 

\T Crowley David, propr billiard room, cor Franklin and n Hanir 

If' ilton. 

(Jniells .iohu B., slioemaki'i', bds A. Lefevere. 

(Julver Edward, i)ainLer, bds Brockway House. 
- ClILYKll EDWIN T., painter and gla/.ier, pai)er-hanger, 
etc., res 4J2 Jefferson, cor Harrison. 7. 

Cumley Miss Mary, dress-maker, wks i\lrs. ]\lelissia J. Kills. 
Y (Jummings Charles, wks and bds A. Wendell. 

Cummings Matilda, wks Hodge House. 
\ Cummings AVilliam (J., carpenter, res Clinton, opp 1,'JO^. 8. 

Cunningham Arthur, wks Swift & Lockwood. 

('unningham Arthnr, bds l^'ourth Ward Hotel. 

Curley James, wks Tiios. Xester. 

Curly Denis, lal), bds David ('rowley. 

Ciirran Miss Ellen, wks with Augustine S. Cayford. 



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Curry James, wks Thomas Nestcr. 

(>urlis Crandal N., lab, res s e cor Wash'n and Dearborn. 3. 

Curtis Clicster L., livery stable, Water, cor Cass, bds Taylor 
House. 

(Jurtis ilrs. ]']lizabetl), bds with Charles Townseud. 

Curtis John, eugineer, wks Sturtevaut, Green & Co. 

Curtis Mrs. L. li., res 703 Wash'n, bet Jackson. 2. 

Curtis L. B. & Son, lumbermen, bds Tayhjr House. 

Cusack Miss Etfc Emclia, tailoress, wks Wra. 11. McPhee. 

Cushinan Greeley S., teamstei", res s e Pleasant. 5. 

(/uslnvay Alphonso L., captain, res w s n Granger, bet Clinton 
and Throo]). 3. 

Cushway Benj, N., salesman, les cor Court and Granger. 5. 

Cushway Charles, wks D. II. Jeionie & Co. 

Cushway Charles II., lumber merchant, res Court, near Wood- 
bridge. 2. 

Cushway Miss Frances, liome with Alexander Andre. 

Cushway Francis \^, nuison, bds German Sutherland. 

Cusick Emilia, bds J. E. Loxlie. 

Cutterfeldt Miss Carrie, wks A. D. Smith. 

Cutholts AVilliam, lab, Swift & Lockwood. 

Largest Stock in the Stale at Little Jaime's. 

Dacharmc Miss Matilda, home with John Trumble. 
Daharsh George, saloon, s w cor Jellerson and Water. 4. 
i)ake William, lab, res 811 Oakley, cor Miller. 7. 
Daley John, lab, res e s J., L. & S. R. R, s of E. Sag. station. 
Damon Brazil M., cashier East Saginaw depot, res cor Lincoln 

and Wasli'n. 4. 
Damond William J., lab, bds Raih-oad Hotel. 
Darling Margaret (wid), res w s Harrison, bet (Jlinton and 

Monroe. 3. 
DarAvin A., ,v,'ks G. V. AVilliams & Bros. 
Dauer Anton, lireman A. W. Wright & Co.'s saw mill, res w s 

iMadison. 8. 
Daugherty Mannassalt, D., ship car[)enter, res 409 n Fayette 

and Madison, o. 
Duult Annie, wks J<)se])h Prieur. 
Dawson James W., dry goods merchant, res cor Bristol and n 

Hamilton. 'Z. 
Dawson James W., dry goods, cai-pets, millinery, cloak and 

dress depts, Bainard ik, Binder blk, e s Hamilton, near cor 

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Davenport Porter, lumberman, res w s Wush'ji iive, cor State 

Road. G. 
Davis Albert (George Davenport & Co.), res e s "Wash'n ave, 

bet State Eoad unci Lincoln ave. 3. 
Davis Charles, coachman T. Jerome, res w s Porter, bet Miller 

and Throop. 4. 
Davis Charles, lab, wks D. II. Jerome. 
Davis Charles, iiromau, wks Stnrlevant, Green &, Co. 
Davis Charles 11., book-keeper, res e s Hamilton, bet Clinton 

and Throoj). 2. 
Davis Charles II. (AVright, AVells & (.'o.), oMice cor Clinton 

and AVater. 
Davis Elijah, hostler, res Water, bet Tiiroop and Clinton. 
Davis George AV., milk (hiiryman, res Alackinaw. U. 
Davis Jus., hib, res ii s I^'ninldiii, bet Ifamilton and Wash'n. 3. 
Davis John, bds ]M. Cowling. 
Davis John, student, bds A. Davis. 
Davis Lament C, printer, Saginaw Pepublican, bds Oliver H. 

Bell. 
Davis Nicholas, bar-tender Exchange Hotel, res 700 e s Porter, 

bet Clinton and Throop. o. 

L.uiiil>crnicii',s Supplies at Itl. Ac II. Kocli &. Co's. 

Davis Oscar C, wks I). Hardin & Co., res 111 e s Mason. 4. 

Davis Ivobert, filer, res n s Dearborn, c of AVater. 5. 

Davison Ti., elk 1). II. Jerome, bds Brock way House. 

Davidson Nathan L., elk D. II. Jerome & Co. 

Davison IMiss Ii;iehael, leaeherod AVard school, bds S. F. Green. 

Davidson Thomas W., lab, bds A. Broun. 

Day Miss , teacher German departnunt Union Seliool, bds 

D. B. Ketcham. 
Day Capt. Jerrod E.. res w s Carrollton i-o:id. :i. 
Decker Charles, brakeman, bds lioyal 11. SLe[)hens. 
Del'onl I'laukliii, bds A. LeCevere. 

Delano Harvey, lireman J., L. & S. Ii. IL, bds Hiland Peck. 
Dclamo Harvey, bds Edwin N. AV'arner. 
DeLaude Rev. Joel L., missionary Baptist church, res Lincoln 

ave, iir 8th. (i. 

DeLande AVallace, , bds Rev. Joel L. DeLande. 

Delgc Henry, salt boiler, C. Kull. 

Delude Moses, prop Milwaukee House, cor Clinton and 

AVater. 0. 
Demand Jucob, lab, res w s Bond, bet Miller and Throop. 1. 
Demcrs Oliver (Eriedman & Demers), bds Burnhard Herri"-, 

Water. 



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DemoiTc V., wks »Sagiiiaw Banel Cu. 

Denison Devillo E., wks Jlardiii & Co. 

Denisoii Mrs. (Jraty, \\k\, lives with 11. P. Denition. 

Dcnisoii Horace J*., Ibreinan D. Hardin & Co.'s planing mill, 

res 111 Oakley, bet (!onrfc and Franklin. H. 
Denison A'oycs AV., Avks 1). llardin & Co. 
Denison Xoyes W., mechanic, res ll.'j Mason, cor Franklin. 4. 
J)ennis Joseph, blacksmith, res Webster, cor Saginaw and 

(Jreenwich. S. 
Derby Sylvanus, painto', res e s Jlarrison. bet Stevens and 

AVilliams. 4. 
Desborneau Antoine lab, bds A. Lefebvrc. 
Deveranx Pierre F., elk Hegistei-'s otlice, i-es s o cor Ijyon and 

Hamilton. ;]. 
DcYoueliiG Josepli, bds Lewis J nlian. 
Devoucliie Joseph, bds ^Irs. Lewis Jnlian. 
Devlin Patrick, lab, 1204 Clinton, cor AVoodbridge. 4. 
Devall D. C, lab, bds Closes Delnde. 
Detrick John, caiiienter, res Throop, near i'^ayette. 4. 

Detrick , wks AVriglit, Tipton & Co. 

Dethmor Fritii, painter, wks Charles Mal/.aUn. 

.\o ISuntcriiii;; al lAttlc Jukc'»i. 

Dezlo Daniel, rivermau, bds City House. 

Dibble John B., architect. oMicn Andi'o blk, res e s n Fayette, ■ 

;]0'J Clinton. '6. 
iJibel ]\fichael, Avks Stiute>ant, (ireen & Co. 
Dickinson (Miarles, car])enter, res No 1300 Monroe, w end 

Throop. '.'). 
Dickenson Joseph J., agt patent wright, bds J. J. Espy. 
Dickerson Thomas, wks G. F. AV^illiams & Bros. 
Diebel John, lab, res Lyons, cor Bond. G. 
Diebel j\Ielceor, lab, res n w cor j\[ason and Jackson. 4. 
Dieterich , (lerman, lab, res e s liond, bot AVilliams and 

Perry. 
Diflin Ephraim C, ship carpenter, res s w cor (franger and 

Throop. 2. 
Dilbo Mrs. Harriet (wid), res w s AVater, bet Wayne and Walnut. 
Dimlayo Robert, bds ]<]\change. 

Dingier I'VeJ, foreman salt block, Barnard & Jiinder. 
Dingier Frederick, foreman Barnard & Binder's salt Avorks, res 

n w cor AVilliams and oth, Binder and Seyfiirdt's add. 8. 
Dingman , runs lath mill, res e s Hamilton, bet Throop 

and l^Iillard. 'A. 
Dixson Amos B., elk treasurer's ollice S. V. & St. L. H. R., res 

Ma.st Saginaw . 



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DIXON PETER, meat market, w s n Ifamiltou, bet Amed 

and Franklin, res cor State lioad and A\'ash'n ave See 

advt. -1. 
Doc Isaac, bds Mr.s, Louis Julian. 
Doo John, Avks Sturtevant, Green tS: Co. 
Donahue John, wiper, round house, bds E. Davis. 
Donavan Lawrence, res e s Fayette, bet Jackson and James. G. 
Donley John, sawyer, bds J. J. Espy. 
Donnelly John, bds John Brown. 
Donovan Cornelius, ai^.sL ennfineer, J. \j. & S. Y. II. l{., bds W. 

Donovan. 
Donovan AV"m., chiet'en;?ineer, J. L. »!i:, S. \'. K. K., res w s AVeb- 

ster, bet Cass and Van liuren. ^5. 
,^ . Doolittle Merenis, lab, bds AVilliam IL Jose. 
^ i Dorwin Amos, lab, res Mackinaw, near Caroline. "). 
Dotson Ceorge (col), lab, res iSalt, near King. 2. 
Doudier Charles^ lab, res (ireenwich, s Jiond. o. 
Doughty Charles A., sawyer, Williams liros., res n s (freen- 

Avicl), w ofliond, liittle's add. .'i. 
Douglass Ambrose F., elk, E. C. Andre, bds same. 
Douglas Charles, shoemaker, res Adams, near Mason. U. 

line (Uihlotii ^Vork at Iff. & II. Koch &. C'o'i*. 

Doust John, lab, res s s (^ueen. near Salt. \(\ 

Dower Frcdk, wks and bds C. C'. Croscu]). 

Doyle ]\richael, bds Dunbar Jlonse. 

Drake Fayelte. opr J. L. i*t S. V. K. I{. tel ollice, bds Kerby 
Hotel. 

Drear Emil, lab, res w s Mason, bet Adams and Court. 4. 

Dreist William, lab, res w s 5th, w of ]^nd. I. 

Drilin John, lab, bds Railroad Hotel. 
I Driving Park Saginaw City, (.'ourr, nr Charles, i)rop, P. C. 

I { Andre. 

Drisscell John, teamster, bds J. -Nelson. 

Drisccll Samuel, teamster, J. Kelson. 

Drisscell, William, teamster, bds J. iS'elson. 
[^ DriscoU Oscar, engineer, bds Roj'al If. Stephens. 

Dncharme I\lis3 Alma, home with John Trumble. 

Ducharme Ste])hen P., home with J. Trombley. 

Dueltgen Maximillian, wks A. Itoethke. 

Dufll't Frederick, lab, res w s Water, s of Dearborn. .'5. 

Duirey James W., lab, res 11th, nr Congress uve. 2. 

DuUe.y Thomas, lab, res 1 1 Hi, bet Liucolu and LTuioii avos. 4. 
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314 SAGINAW CITY DIKEOTOUT. 



Dnffney Joseph, shoemaker, res w s Harrison bet n Waller. 6. 

Duffv Miss Mary, seamstress, bds Charles Stewart. 

Dnfiiey Cicsar, lab, res s Water, n of Wayne. 3. 

Dnfresne Nelson, slioemaker, bds A. Lcfevere. 

Diifty Joseph, wks T. Hunt. 

Dulin John, bds Ed. Warner. 

Dnnkins David, en;:,nneer J., L. & S. K. R., bds llilaud Peck.. 

J)nnlap Robert, bds Riipp liousc. 

Dunning Albert, lab. res s e cor Stephens and Harrison. 8. 

Dunning William, bds Dnnbar House. 

Dunn John, bds Dunbar House. 

Dunn Samuel, lab, res w end Throop. 4. 

Dunn Thomas, bds Saginaw Valley Hotel. 

Durand George H., baggage agt, res 108 Bond, bet Adams and 

Court. 2. 
Durand Lorenzo, lawyer, res Wash'n, bet ililler and Throop. 
Durham Mrs. Martlia M., home with Jfrs. J. A. Sutton. 
Durell Frank H., book-keeper Wells, Stone & Co., bds E. T. 

Holcomb. 
Durell Frank II., oik and book-keeper, bds Emmet T. Holcomb. 
Dusler Miss Ellen, with Wm. liinder. 

Interview the "I5oss" Ciotleiers, Little Julie & Co. 

Kagun Miss Johannah, wks Charles Townsend. 

Flastman Mrs. ilary, fruit store and confectionery, Hamilton, 
bet Ames and Franklin. 4. 

Eaton Charles P., dk S. V. & St. L. R. R.,bd3 Taylor House. 2. 

Faton Daniel L. 0. (Rust, Eaton & Co., and F]aton, Potter & 
Co.), res e s Washington, bet Adams and Cass. 5. 

Eaton F'rederick L., utt'y and controller, res 505 Harrison. 5. 

Eaton J. Milo, student-at-law, bds F. L. Eaton. 

KBEIIMAIIDT CHIIISTIAN, saloon, 1001, Harrison, cor 
Waller, res same. 5. 

Eberhardt Rev. Christopher L., pastor Evangelical Lutheran 
St. I'ahl's Church, cor Ames and Harrison. 2. 

Eberhardt Christopher L., teacher, res Harrison, bet Ames 
and Jefferson. 2. 

I*]l)eruethy, hiiigeue, Itils John Stewart. 

Fckert Miss Surah, lives J. G. Beck. 

Fchoytskey Eganott, lalt, res Florence, s Genesee. *.'. 

F>ldy Stub, bds Diinliar House. 

Fi'leri'r Wolfe, carpenter, ivs M'A Bond, bet Throop and Mil- 
ler. S. 



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lEdlioger Tliomas, lab, res e s (Ireenwiclj, nr Elm. 3. 
Kg-ii) Elisubetl), wks Danbar House. 
K^j»«'r Josepli, lumberman, btls Brockway Uouse. 
K(i(U<]l{S CHRISTIAN, groceries, provisions, wines and 

liijuors, s w cor Court and Oakley, res w s Oakley, bet 

Adams and Court. (J. 
KggtTt Joseph, tail sawyer, Barnard & Binder. 
Kggleston !Mrs. Hannah 11. tailoress, s Hamilton, bet Cass 

and Adams. 2. 
Khrinc^ Kicuolt, lab, res nr w end i\rackinaw. 3. 
Kib Philip T., shoemaker J. F. lirand, res cor Granpjer and 

ilackinaw. 
Kib Philip G., shoemaker, res a o cor ilackinaAV and Grander. (J, 
KIFEllLY ANDREW, prop Eiferly's Hotel, n w cor Porter 

and Cross and State roads. See advf. 4. 
lOisenbcrg AVilliam, tailor, works Joseph Bead & Co., E. Sag. 
Klisha Poxon, book-keeper J. J. & F. Kehia. 
Ellenwood George, brakeman, bds S. V. Burdick. 
HUiott Adam (aged), lives I. E. Elliott. 
Klliott Charles, lab, bds Calvin G. Cookson. 
Elliott George, lab, wks AVilliam A. Hastings. 

I]le^aiit Clolliiiiy: at Itl. &. II. Koch &. Co'i^. 

Elliott Ira E., lumberman, res e s (i ranger, l)et Lyon and 

Jackson. 3. 
Elliott Sarah, uks .1. F. Brand. 

Elliott James 'J\, riverman, res s w cor Clinton and Porter, ."i. 
Elliott John, home with Sarah Elliott. 
Elliott i\Iis3 j\Iary, wks G. L. Burrows. 
Elliott Mrs. Sarah (wid George), res w s Andre, bet Court and 

Adams. 7. 
Elliott Wiss Sarah, lives I. E. El'lott. 
Elliott Miss Sarah J., wks with John E. Brand. 
Elliott i\Iis3 Surah V., elk W. A. Armstrong. 
Elliott Wilson, home with Sarah Elliott. 
Ellsworth Jjewis, baggageman E. Saginaw depot, bds parents 

and Everett House. 
Elwood A. C, lab, res e s Wash'n, s of Perry. 3. 
Emendorl'er & ElatLar (E. B. Emendorler and Charles Eiat- 

lar), boots and shoes, n w cor Water and Franklin. 
Kmendorfer Eraiik P., shoemaker, res w s Harrison, bet Ame.s 

and l*\-anlvlin. 8. 
I'lmry iltiiry, bds E. Davis. 

Engcl llciuy, lab, res e » i'orter, bet Ames and Jelferson. 4. 
Engel \Villiam, carpenter, bds C. Ewald. 



31 (J SAGINAW CITV DIRECTORY. i\ 

Evarms Frank, mason, res Cass, nr Bates. 7. l^ • 

Episcopal Methodi.st cliurcli, n ^v cor "Wash'n and xVdams. 

Epting Miss Sophie, with Wni. JJindcr. '^- ' 

Epold John, lab, res n end Washington. 3. 

ER« GEO«GE 11., engraver and watchmaker J. C.Ziegler, 
bds Taylor House. See advt. 

EllKART SEBASTIAN, shoemaker and dealer in boots , 4 
and shoes, shop n s Mackinaw, bet Fayette and st West, i * 
rea n Av cor Fayette and Mackinaw. 0. t 

Erkey John, bds llodge Jlonsc. 

Erring li., wks AVright, Tipton & (Jo. 

lOsdorn Miss ~SL Eta, wks Ammi AV. AVright. 

Esdorn Henry, wks A. lloethke. 

Espy John, boarding-house, Eleanor ave, e Washington. 3. 

Estey Frederick, mnsician, bds llodge Jlonse. 

Evans Miss Mary, wks John Espy. 

Everhart Paul, lab, res c s Bay st, near Fair (J round. l». 

Ewald Charles, lab, res c s Bay st. .*$. 

Ewald Lewis, lab, res c s Bay. 10. 

Ewald ]\riss Minnie, wks AV. S. (ireen. 

Utile Jako cV €<>., ^Visiiicr ICIook. 

l<]\van IJaniel F., miller and Tanner, res . 

Ewing , miller, wks Sag. City IMill, bds Kobert T. Smith. 

Exling Joseph, lab, bds EiCorlcy's Hotel. ' • - —>> 

Ivvpnss, American Exjn-ess ('0., ollicc and general railway 

ticket ollicc, l-'rauk Herring agt, c s Hamilton, bet Adams 

and Court. 
Eymcrs Hank, lab, res e s CarrolUon road. 0. 

F. 

Eagelmeyer Edward, groceries and provisions, Cross road, cor 

Fayette, res same, 
{''aire Frank, lab, res c s German Colony road. 2. 
Paling John A., carriage-maker, res s Hamilton, bet Perry and 

Dearborn. I>. 
Palkenberg Frederick, lab, bds W. Knt/bah. 
Fall Benj., lab, res w s lOtli, bet Cooper and Congress aves. (5. 
Pall James, bds B. Pall. 

I''arigan John, lab, res Florence, s (jlcnesce. 0. 
h'armer (!harlie, engineer in grisL-mill, Saginaw City, bds 

IloberL T.Smith. 
I*'armer Charles C. (col), waiter Kerby House. 
I''armer Seelye T., millwright, i-es s w cor Mackinaw and 

Porter. 1. 



HAQINAW CITY UIUECa^OllY. U17 

I Kttrrcll Jlrs. Sarah, lives G. Gardner, a s water, bet J)carbor» 

i and . 4. 

if: Karringtou Benj., printer, bds cor Wash'n and Jefferson. 

* Harrington Coyt, printer, "Saginaw Eepublican," bds cor 

(Washington and Jefferson. 
Farriugton llenry B., grocer, res cor Jeff'n and n Wush'n. 7. 
; Faucher Felix, lab, bds Moses Delude, 
i Faucher Samuel, lab, bds, Moses Delude. 
1 Faweet William, foroniun, T. Xester, res n e cor Madison and 
I Webster. 4. 

^ Fcahr Augustus, saloon, n e cor Porter und AVilliams. 7. 
; Feiger Frederick, saloon-keeper, res over saloon. 4. 

Feiger Conrad, Music Hall, w s Water, cor Franklin, res same. 
i Fieger Bros. (Andrew Feiger and Frederick Feiger), saloon, 
' w 8 AVater, bet Cass and Van Buren. 
Felcher George P., owner propeller Neptune, barge Ocean, uud 

others, res e s Hamilton, cor Throoj). 7. 
FELCHER LEMUEL H., J. P., otlice Court, opp Taylor 

House. 4. See advt. 
Fellows Edward, iiler, res e s Bond, bet Clinton and Throop. 5. 

Koch As €o., <»cncsce St., o|»|»OKilo UaiicrofH BBoiise. 

Fellows Giles E., st car conductor, res 504 n Hamilton, near 
Madison, '.i. 

Fellows Hiram, ^vks st car co., res w s liond, bet Clinton uud 
Throoi). ".'. 

Follows liinus C, Iiler, res n w cor Bond and Clinton. .">. 

Fellows L., res 00'^ Clinton, cor Bond. 

Fellows Mrs. Khoda, wks E. Davis. 

Fenderson Jolm, teamster, res n s Franklin, bet Hamilton and 
AVash'n. 0. 

Ferguson Chas. A., landlooker, res w s Webster, cor Throop, 4. 

Ferguson Chas. A., landlooker, res n w cor Throop und Web- 
ster. 4. 

Ferguson Herman, lab, res w s Webster, s of Miller, 7. 

Ferguson Herman, kb, res cor Webster and . 7. 

Ferguson Wm. G., builder, res n w cor Granger and Monroe. 5. 

Ferguson William, bds Peter Pratt. 

Festure George, teamster, C. C. ]\Iiller, bds same. 

Fetzer Leonard M., teacher, res s s Adams, corner Mason. 5. 

Fenser John, saloon, n "W cor Mackinaw and Webster. ^. 

Feycr Andrew, saloon-keeper, res Hamilton, cor Van Buren. 4. 

Fick John E., lab, res s w cor 3d and street n of State road, 4. 

Fieger Frederick, saloon, res w « Water, bet Adams and Mack- 
inaw. .'J. 



318 SAGINAW CITY DIllECTOUY. 

Fillmore Ariel R, elk CI. A. Aldertou, res Water. 

Fiacb George, bds A. Brown. 

Finney John, bookkeejDer Kefcham Bros., bds D. B. Ketchani 

FIRST NATIONAL IJANK, s e cor Court and Hamilton ; 

capital $200,000; J. E. Shaw, President; A. W. Wright, 

Vice President; A. F. 11. Braley, cashier ; Smith Palmer^ 

asst cashier. See advt. 
Firster John, butcher, wks John A. Wirtle. 
Fischer John, dealer in tobacco and cigars, cor Court and 

Water, res . 

Fisk Leonard L., lab, res s s AVilliams, cor Webster. 7. 

Fisk James, brakcman, bds P. Portevus. 

Fish Lucy, teacher, bds Mrs. Susan Busby. 

Fisher Benjamin J., lumber inspector, bds Hodge House. 

Fisher Carson, lab, bds Railroad House. 

Fisher Christopher, foreman, res n s L^nion ave. bet 7th aud 

8 th. 7. 
Fisher Mack, lab, bds Kailroad House. 
Fisher Thomas, wks A. W. Thompson. 
Fitch Marlow, hainess maker J. W. Kicbardson, bds Kerbv 

Hotel. 

Patronize Ihc "Boss" eiotliierx, IJttIc Juke & Co. 

Flanigan Thomas, bds Henry Young, s s Queen nr Salt. 

Flautaw (Flatow) Charles, wks P. R., res Ba}', nr Court. . 4... 

Fleming Robert, lab, wks Swift & Lockwood. 

Flood Patrick, shoemaker W. iMcRalh, bds Vallcv House. 

Mood H. Patrick, bds Sag. Valley Hotel. 

Flynu James, conductor, bds Royal H. Stephens. 

Flynn Patrick, wks Ceo. Haigh. 

Fogel Frederick, slioemaker, res 708 Porter, bet Clinton and 

Throop. ;J. 
Foley Jennie, dressmaker, bds T. V. Kelsey. 
I'Vjuda Mrs. .Juliette, wid, n h Franklin, cor Oakley. 3. 
lujote Charles, blacksmith, rey w s Mason, bet Cass and Van 

Buren. 3. 
FOOTE 'DAN. T., attorney, Hamilton Richardson blk, up 

stairs, res Granger, cor Monroe. 5. 
Foote Dan. P., lawyer, res cor Granger and Monroe. 5. 
Forbes Benjamin, foreman Swift & Lockwood, res Salt, s Dear- 
■ born, lot No, 8, H. L. Miller's addition. 8. 
Forbes I5enjamin, foreman in saw-mill, res No. 1007 Queen. 6. 
I'orbes John \V., lab, works Swift & Jjockwood. 
Forbes Orlando, engineer. Swift & Ijockwood. 
Ford Albert, messenger boy, l)ds Royal H.Stephens. 



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Ford Charles D., sailor, res s w cor 3d aud street n of State 
road. 3. 

fordnoy John S., lab, res 407 w s Oakley, bet Ames aud Mad- 
ison. 

Porrmunn August, lab, res Throop, near Mason. Z. 

Forsyth Mrs. Alicia, lives Robert McQueen. 

Foss Catherine, bds 0. Roeser. 

Fosse Lawrence, blacksmith, J, N. Schneider. 

Foster Charles, wks Burleson & Martin. 

Foster David, wks Wright, Tipton & Co., bds Mrs. J. Low. 

Foster Miss Maggie, wks Augustine S. Gayfbrd. 

Fournia S., wks G. F. Williams & Bros. 

Fournier Peter, bds Kerby House. 

Fournier Peter, wks Hardin & Co. 

Fovill Miss Emma, wks Dr. Israel N". Smith. 

Fovill Louis, wks Sturtevant, Green & Co. 

Fowls Charles, wks Dr. J. Jerome. 

Fox Gabel, bds Rupp House. 

Fox Joseph, bds Rupp House. 

Fradd William P., carpenter, res e s Mason, bet Throop and 
Miller. 8. 



Lurj^ost Stock of Clothing at M. & II. Koch A; Co's. 

Fradrick William, res w s Buy City State road. 3. 

Frahm Miss Minuie, wks H. B. Chapin. 

Frahm Fredk, lab, res w s Madison. 2. 

France Hamilton, policennm, res 407 Wayne, bet Fayette and 

Harrison. 3. 
Francy Alexander, steam dyer and scourer, Water, bet Court 

and Adams, res same. 4. 
^ Frank Henry C, app J. C. Ziegler, bds same. 
Fraser Charles, cooper, bds J. C. Hart. 
Fraser Ella, wks W. B. Pellett. 
Frasier Allan, bds Exchange. 
Frederick William, butcher, wks John A. Wirth. 
^ Frederick Willianh, wks G. F. Williams & Bros. 
Frederick William, lab, wks Swift aud Lockwood. 
Fredricks William, (col) lab, res s s Queen, near Salt at. 5. 
Freechtel Henry, carpenter, bds City House. 
Freeland Walter F., painter, bds J. Ostrander. 
Freeland Wilson, riverman, bds J. Ostrander. 
Frogor Mrs. Barbara, clothing store, w s Water, bet Oass and 

Van Buren, res same. 
Freiddborn Charles A., tinsmith, res n e cor 8th and Union 

ave. 3. 



320 8AQINAW CITY DIRECTORY. 



Freilan John, propr American House, Hamilton, bet Court 

and Franklin. Refused to give boarders' names. 
French , blacksmitli, C. L. Benjamin, res s e cor Lyon and 

Webster. 4. 
French Miss Ella M., tel opr, Am. Tel. office, Taylor House, 

bds J. T. Burnham, cor AVash'n and Monroe. 

Frezie , wks Wright, Tipton & Co. 

Friedman & Demers (Herman Friedman and Oliver Demers), 

clothiers, 111 Genesee, East Saginaw, 1st Sept. 
Friel John, bds J. E. Brady. 
Friuk Burns, foreman, T. Jerome, bds same. 

Frisbee , painter, bds G. Lee. 

Frost Henry, mason, res ■40G Granger. 6. 

Fuahr Christian, wks J. F. AVider, bds parents. 

Fuchs Albert, tinner, cor Cross and Harrison, res same. 2. 

Fuerbringer G. H., physician, office with N. G. Burnham, bds 

J. D. Burnham. 
Fuhrmanu Julius, lab, res w 8 Bay st. 2. 
Fuller Arthur W., elk, Geo. Laidley. 
Fuller, Thomas T., elk, R. C. Seeney. 

Little Juke & Co., ^'Bo8m" Clotlilcrs of the State. 

Fulraan August, lab, res Greenwich, near Elm. 3. 

Fuller Thos., elk, bds Hodge House. 

Furney Cyrus, lab, res OOG Harrison. 8. • ., 



G. 



OAENSBAUER JOHN, dealer in boots and shoes, w s 
Water, bet Franklin and Ames, res Ames, cor Granger. 7. 

Gaensbauer John, shoemaker, res cor Ames and Court. 5. 

Gale James M. (Gale & Wellman), lumberman, mill Chippewa,. 
res w s n Fayette, bet Ames and JetF'n. 6. 

Galigher Francis, lab, bds lliland Peck. 

Gallagher John, lab, bds J. R. 01 in. 

Gallagher Rachael, bds J. R. Olin. 

Galloway William C, lab, res w s Webster, bet Clinton and 
Throop. 3. 

Ganschaw August C, blacksmith, res 405 Granger. 6. 

Ganschow Augustus C, hardware, stoves, and tinware, Cross 
roads, bet Fayette and Wash'n, res Granger, bet Macki- 
naw and Van Huren. 

Gansliaw Charles, tailor, res n s Jackson, bet Hamilton and 
Water. 4. 

Ganschow Krank R., printer " Eiiteri)riBe," res n w cor Fayette 
and WillianiB. 0. 



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(JttUfichow Frederick, puttern-maker, res ii s Williams, bet 

Wnshliigton iind • . y. 

(lunlencr Ilcnry, bds II. Libhy. 

(Iiirdeuer Miss Matildy, Avks V. Gardeuer. 

Ourdoncr IJichard, sailor, bds V. Gardener. 

(lurdLMier Victor, saloon and rcstanrant, e s Water, bet Ame« 

and Franklin, res same. ',i. 
Gardner Christ, l)ds A. Briist. 
(iardner Gehial, carpenter, res e s Water, bet Dearborn and 

Perry. 
Gardner George, teamster, res Wayne and AVebster. 8. 
(iardner .John, teamster, res w s Kin^, s of Dearborn. 5. 
Gardner Kirby, wks 'I'ittabawassee Boom Co., res ^v s 10th, s 

of Congress ave. G. 
Gardner AVilliam E., lab, bds Moses Delude. 
Gardner AValter, wks Hardin & Co. 
Gardner William E., printer, "Saginaw Hei)ublican,"' bds M. 

Deluge. 
Garey John, lab, wks Swift & Lockwood. 
ti'arlick Mrs. Elizabeth, lives C. II. Lee. 
Garner Colista, wks G. W. Davis. 

S-Ilegaiit Clotliinjir at M. &. II. Koeli &, €o'^. 

Gates Christo])her, lab, bds IJail lioad Hotel. 

Gattan Cornelius, wks Hodge House. 

(}auni Anthony, lab, res Barnard's Island. -1. 

(iauni Gilbert, lab, res Salt, near King. 3. 

Gaum Viclien, carpenter, res n s Eraser, w Fayette. 4. 

Gaum Vincent, wks W. G. Thurston. 

Gauu Gilbert, Ii reman Salt block, Barnard & Binder. 

Gaun Gracie, wks J. Ballautiue. 

Gauther Angust, res e s ]\lason, bet ^fackinaw and l^yons. G. 

(Jawmer W.ll., Avks G. F. Williams & Bros. 

Gaylord Augustine S., lawyer, res A'o. 001, cor Miller and 
Washington. G. 

GAYLORl) Aj'HANCHETT (Augustine S. Gaylord and 
Benton Ilanchett), attorneys, ollico Taylor House block, 
s s Court; will move to Barnard & Binder blk, Hamilton. 

Gaylord Harry B., insurance agent, res n Hamilton, bet ^Madi- 
son and Monroe. 7. 

(Jear John B., lab, res 802 Lyon, cor I'orter. '*. 

Geer Benjamin, dealer dry goods, carpets, and notions, and 
lumbermen's goods, (Jourt, bet Hamilton and Washing- 
ton, res cor Adams and Bond. 4. 

Geet^sel Godfreid, lab, res Greenwich, nr Little's addition. ',i. 

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332 SAGINAW CITTf DIRECTORY. 

Geessel John, lab, res Greenwich, nr Little's addition. 5. 

George Conrad, shoemaker, res 210 . 4. 

George Konrad, shoemaker, res w s Andre, nr Van Burco. 4. 

George Phillip, shoemaker, wks AV. Twichell. 

George William, lab, res n w cor Jfason and Throop. t^. 

Gerard Joseph, fireman, res 912, Clinton. 5. 

Gerow Wm. Allen, sapper, bds S. E. D. Sheltraw. 

Gerow Martin Barney, lab, bds S. E. D. Sheltraw. 

Gessel William, lab, wks Swift & Lockwood. res ws Elm, near 

Greenwich. G. 
Giblits II., lab, wds Saginaw Barrel Co. 
Gibson John A., lumber inspector, G. V. Williams & Bros, res 

205 Porter, bet Adams and Cass. 4. 
Gieser Henry, butcher, res s w cor Mackinaw and Granger. 3. 
Gilchrist George W., cook, res Water, Compo's ave. 3. 
Gilder George, bds W. Cowan. 
Gilett Albert, lab, bds Francis Boydcn. 
Gilett Esther, home Avith John Cavenaugli. 
Gillett Joel P. (Stone & Gillett), res cor Fayetleand Franklin. 
Gillett John B., supt S. V. & St. L. K. 11., bds Taylor House. 2. 

Utile Jake Sc Vo.y ''Boss" Clothiers of the !!9tutc. 

Gillett John E., passenger conductor S. Y. & St. L. IJ. Iv., bds 
Taylor House. 

(Jillett Joseph A., express messenger S. V. & St. L. li. li., bds 
Taylor House. 

Gillett J. IVter (!-\ I*. Stone <\: Co.), res 107 Fayette, cor 
Franklin, y. 

CHllett Solomon, elk in boom ollice, res No SOO cor Ames and 
Bond. a. 

Girley liarney, lab, wks S\i'ift & Jjockwood. 

Gits John, Avks Swift & JjOckwood. 

Glaser Charles, civil engineer, res cor Court and Porter. .'5. 

Gleason Hayden, lal), res Water, nr Compos ave. .">. 

Gleason Thomas, lab, res n s Mackinaw, near ]5ond. 4. 

Glendinniug Miss Annie, dressmaker, wks ]\Irs. ^Eelissiu J. 
Kitls. ' 

Gnatkowski Cliarles, lab, res w s German Colony Koad. 5. 

Glick Adam, lab, res n o cor Union ave and 12tli. S. 

(ioatse^ Paul, wks Sturtevant, Green & Co. 

Godfrey Wright, cnginet-r, res 710 Jelferson. s. 

doergo Philip, lab, bds Platte's House. 

Gobi Christian H., millwright, res 407 Harrison. 4. 

Goldsmith Herman, dealer in ladies' furnishing good.s, Hamil- 
ton, bet Court and Prankliii. 

Gonia .litsrph, ,i,'aiig Kauvi-r, Barnard iv HimU'r. 



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Oonya Samuel, lab, rea av s Bond, bet Miller and Throop. 4. 

Cioodale Silas "W., stenographer, res s w cor Harrison and Van 
Bureu. 3. 

(Joodcn James, lab, res n c cor Hamilton and Perrj'. 2. 

(Joodson Mrs. Nancy, Avid, res n w cor Washington and Mack- 
inaw. 4. 

ftoodrue Frederick, lab, ns e s Hamilton, bet Jefferson and 
Madison. 0. 

Gooding James, lab, wks Swift & Lockwood. 

Goold , lab, bds Kail Road Hotel. 

Gopet Miss Maggie, wks Benjamin Greer. 

Gordon John, bds T. "Wright. 

GORDON THOMAS S., root and ginger beer mauufT, cor 
Lapeer and AVarren, res s "Warren. 

(rorman Arthur, bds Sag. Valley Hotel. 

Gorman James, wks Sturtevant, Green & Co. 

Gormcr William, farmer, res Williams blk, w s AVash'u, junc- 
tion Cross lioads. ;.*. 

Goosaw Carstan, grocery clerk, res Lyons, cor Porter. 2. 

Groselin Leraphin, shoemaker, bds A. Lefevere. 

Tlie Ciireut Populur i^lolliin;; House of Koch & Co. 

Gossien Eugene, lab, res 912 Clinton, cor Oakland. 3. 

Gotec Mrs. Maria (wid), res n w cor Adams and Harrison. 4, 

Gondy Jane, wks Hodge House. 

Gould I'jben !{., elk WelliJ. Stone A' Co., res cor Miller and 

(Jrang(>r. 
(rould E. E., lumberman, res cor Brewster and Wash'u. 3. 
(xonld Gardner 1)., dealer iu groceries and provisions, Lincoln 

Gould Joseph J,, lurnier, res n c cor (Jrangcr and Miller. 3. 

Gould Leroy 11., elk supt J., L. & S. li. IJ., res n s Clinton, cor 
AVebster. 3. 

Gouster Benjamin, lab, bds 4th Ward Hotel. 
jl Gowling Xeison, cooper, n-s lOG s AV'ashington. 3. 
it Gowling llichardr, cooper, res e s of Wash'n, s of i'erry. 
4 Grabna Miss Catherine, wks S. J. Hitchcock. 

Gracey ]\riss Minnie, wks T. Jerome. 

Gradt Frank J., cabinet-maker, res 4Ut; (J ranger. 4. 

Gradt Leonard, photographer, res n w cor Mason and Van 
Buren. 5. 

Graebner Adam, groceries and provision;:, cor Harrison and 
"Van Buren, res same. 11. 

(Jraebner Miss Barbara, wks I\lyron Butman. 

(jraebner Casper B., wks D. H. Jerome, res 113 n Granger. 7. 

Giaebner ('hristo])her. elk. res over '201 n Granger. "I. 



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Graebuer Conrad, groceries and ]n-ovisioiis, n e eor l'Vanklii> 

and Granger, res same. 4. 
Graebner John, car reporter, .1.. L., it S. \{. H., bds Adam 

Graebner. 
(jlraebner Kaspcr, grocer, cor Franklin and Granger, res same. 4. 
Graliam George, iramer, res Lincoln avc, bet 7th and 8th. 4. 
(iraham AVm., picture agt, res n e cor Harrison and Throop. 2. 
(J rant Irving, student, bds N. D. Ta'C. 
Grant & Saylor (U. \V. Grant and Thonnis Saylor), lumber 

numnt'rs, Florence, s Genesee-st bridge. Employ :M men.. 
(Jramo Augustus, lab, shoemaker, bds J. Gramo. 
(Jramo John, lab, res w s ]Jay street. '^. 
Gratz Frank, cabinet-maker, wks Benjamin T. Smith. 
Gray David, carpenter. 

Gray David, lab, res Union ave, bet 7th and 8th, 7. 
(J ray John II., boarding-house and saloon, (Jenesee, near East 

Saginaw depot. 4. 
Grear G., lab, Avks Saginaw Barrel Co. 
GREEN W. 8. ic SON, dealers in gang-sawed lumber, olKec 

over 1st national bank, Saginaw City. 

I^ittlc .lake &, Co. Uiidersell Everjbocly. 

Green August, lab, res w s Woodbridge, l.)et Lyon and (-roes 

road. G. 
Green Miss Caddie, lives X. D. Lee. ' - = 

Green j\liss Catherine, home with Dr. J I. D. Lee. 
Green Charles K., shoemaker, wks S. I'\ Green, res ('ross road,. 

cor Jackson. 
Cireen Charles U. (W. S. Green & Son), res 004 n Wash'n. ;j. 
(]!reen David, lab, bds Alexajider Ogline. 
Green Henry, lab, bds C C. Utter. 
Green Miss Ida, works Peter J. Manning. 
Green James IL, barber,wks G. II. Greggs, res W'aier, od ward. 4. 
Green John, carpenter, res w s Porter, bet Throop and Miller. :}. 
Green Miss Maggie, waitress, Franklin House. 
Green Mrs. Mary, wid, res 708 Porter, bet Clinton and Throop. 8. 
Green Samuel F., dealer in boots and shoes, s w cor "W^ashing- 

ton and Mackinaw, res cor F'ayettc and "Williams. 4. 
Green Washington S. (W. S. Green & Son), lumber and salt 

manufacturers, res 'J04 n AV'ashington. H. 
Green Charles II. (W. S. (ireen & Son, lumbermen), res AVash- 

ington. 
(Jrecniield Kobert !s'., wks (Jaslight (-'o., res Fmersoii, bet 

Water and Kiver. ."i. 
Greenlield Newton, iait, Ijds I{obert Greenlield. 



tJAGIK^AW CITY 1>I KKCTOnV. '^-Xr, 

I (ireene Seymour, ros cor G'tMiesoo ami Wash'ii avo. .-., 
i:| (la^or John ^\'., i'oo])or, res 1 lO'i Fayette, cor Saginaw! ;{ 
VtKgg Michael, lab, res w s C/'arrollton road. K)° 
IJreggs (leorge, barber, res s Hamilton, s Jackson h 
tlrc'^ory J., Avks Wrigiit, Tipton & Co. 
(iregware Josej)!!, lab, bds ]\loses Delude. 
(Jrcmel ilrs. Margaretta, wks X. Miller. 
(Jrcmel Miss Ifose, wks N. Miller. 

(Jriese Clharles, barber, s Hamilton, bet Court and Franklin S 
firiese John, lab, res w s Bond, bet Clinton and Throop '> 
(liidley ][. 11., passenger conductor, J. L. & S. 1{ U bds 

Taylor House. ' 

<lriggs CJeorge H., hair artist, w s AVater, bet Cass and Van 

liuren, res Hamilton. T). 
(rriuley David, lab, bds T. Wright, 
(homps Michael, wks Wright, Tipton & C'o. 
UKOIIT GARDNER K., attorney, office No. 4 Miller blk, 

res 408 n AVash'n, cor ]\radison. 4. 
(Jrumps L., wks AVright, Tipton & Co. 
<.'rundon John, carpenter, bds L. Keno. 

Lowest IVices at .11. A: II. Koeli <!k Co's. 



(iaillott Faigene, lab, res e s Harrison, nr Stephens. 2. 
(juillott Josej)h, painter and kalsomining. cor Cass and Mason, 
(tunther (.'hristian, lisherman, res 1 [(hi I.yon, bet Mason and 

AV\)()dbridge. T). 
(iiirley Marney, hil). res 1 14 e s (Granger, nr Williams. V. 

H. 

llaag Cliristian, apprentice, with John (laensbauer. bds same. 

llaben John, salt-boiler, res Terry, nr King. \2. 

[lackett Miss Sarah, M-ks I. L. Jackson. 

{[ackett AVm., prop liailroad Hotel, cor Adams and Water. ;; 

llager Fred., lab, res s s (^leen, nr Salt. 0. 

llagerty Daniel, lab, res n s Pleasant. 4. 

iraigh George, gardener, res w s Elm, nr Creenwich. 5. 

llaight ]\[iss Louise, wks H. L. Miller, res n e cor Mackinaw 

and AVash'n. 
(Tales Wiss Annie, wks F. D. Millett. 
Hales Flizabeth, wks T. M. .fames. 
Hall , Folah Hall, 'i^iylor ITouse blk, s s Court, bet llum- 

Jlton and Wash'n, (ieo. Luidley agent, rooms same 
Hall Hubbard A., carpenter, bds S. T. Hall. 
Hail Job, lab, res n w cor Hamilton and Stephen. ;j. 



336 SAGINAW CU'Y KlHEOTOKi:. ^t 

Uall John T., lawyer, office Owen's blk, East Saginaw, res u » |^^ 

Lincoln ave, bet 4th and 5th. 2. ^0 

Hall Moor, boarding-house, w s Fayette, bet Mackinaw an(l^^' 

Van Buren. 2. 
Hall Moore, blacksmith, wks Austin Bostwick. ^,^. 

Hall Scth T., carnenter and joiner, res s c cor Fayette and ^ 

Wayne. 7. ' 
Hall Tliaddeus, engineer M. 0. R. It., bds Lewis U. Stone. i . 
Hall Thos. J., engineer on St. Louis 11. K., bds Lewis U. Stone. 
Hall T. v., engineer J., L. & S. It. K., bds Ilihmd Peck. 
Hall William, bds Dunbar House, 
llalstead Loren, brukeman, bds S. V. Burdick. 
Hamilton C. 11., physician, res 20G n Wash'n. ii. 
Hamilton Charles li., dentist, ofilce Nathan blk, n Hamiltou, 

res cor Ames and Wash'n. 
Hamilton George, captain '"May Belle," bds James Toomb. 
Hamilton William, bds Sag. Valley Hotel. 
Hamilton AVilliiun, wks Swift & Lockwood. 

Hammon , (col) bds Ben Johnson. 

Hammond Arthur, barber B. Johnson, bds same. 
Hampbell Duncan, tailor, wks William H. McPhee. 

©lie Frit'e Ut all at LitlSc Jake & Co'm. 

llanchett Benton, att'y, res 005 Wash'n, eor Jackson, o. 

lEandley John, snpt Sturtevant, Creen & Co. 

Ilaney Francis, lab, bds Kailroad Hotel. 

Ilanna Alice, w ks ,1. (i. ATarvin. 

Hanson Henry, lab, res n \v cor Bond and Throop. -1. 

Hunton AVillium, l;ib res n s Lyon, bet Fayette and . '^. 

Happy John, bds W. H. Knillin. 

Hardy Christopher, cooper. Swift & Lockwood. 

Harding (leorgo 1)., elk Jay Smith, bd.s Taylor House. 

Harding James, liirmer, res Water (Compo's ave). 1. 

Harding John, butcher, shoj) and res Lincoln ave. :i. 

Hardin Abner, student, bds John F. Brand. 

Hardin Daniet bds J. F. Brand. 2. 

Hardin Daniel, res Hamilton, cor Farley. 3. 

ilAllBIN D. & Co. (Daniel Hardin, Horace R Donisou, 

AVilliam S. Stilman, (iilbertW. Warren) ; Denison Horace 

1*., res Oakley, bet I'^ranklin and Court. 7. 
Hardting j\Iiss jMinnie, uks A. Burrows. 
Hardy Alex. M., reslaurant. Water, next door Kailroad House, 

res sumc. 
Hardy Cilbert, coojjcr, res Chesnut. 5. 
Hardy AV'illiam, bookkee])er J. J]. Loxlie. 



SAOlifAW CITY DIHECTOKY. 327 

Hardy William, lab, res w end Throop, near Cass. 7. 

ilaiker :Miss Elizabetli, home with Nathan S. Lockwood 
? I llurkiu John, liib, bds Eiferlej's Hotel. 
'I llunns Augustus, slioemaker, res s w cor Adams and Cass, u 

llarrigan James, wks Sturtevaut, Green & Co., bdsG. E. Brady' 

Harrington Dwight (Harrington & Kotcham), lumberman, res 
505 n Fayette. 7. 

Harrington Jf., bds JJupj) House. 

Harris Fitz, elk Mrs. M. (J. ilartin, bds same. 

Harris George IL, res s w cor AVater and Mackinaw. (J. 

Harris John Calvin, soai» and ]H)ta.sh lactory, Water odd 
Nyley & Bros.' mill. 4. " 

Harrison Kosh AV., lab, bds Kobert T. timith. 

Harrison C. F., lab, hd.s Moses Delude. 

Harrison AVilliam H., sawyer, res 805 Franklin. 5. 

Harron Thomas, lab, res s s Queen, nr Salt. 
I I Hart David, lab, res Jackson, nr Fayette. 3. 

Hartwick Heury, lab, res w s Bond, bet ^rackinaw and Lyon. 5. 

Hart Jeroud, coojU'r, bds J. C. Hart. 

Hart John C, foreman cooper shop, Barnard & Binder. 

Hart John C, cooper, res 1107 Hamilton, oor Dearborn. 

Only OMC IVito al M. A: 111. Kocli & C'o'h. 



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Harter James B., tel opr round Iiousl-, IkIs B. 1'\ BelK 

Harter James, opr, bds Joseph I. Burnham, : 

Hartung Louisa, wks George l'\ W'cnlleet. 

Harvey Albert, carpenter, res 7lh, nr Union ave. 4. 

Harvey (Jharle.s G., carp, res s c cor 8th and Union avc. IJ. 

Harvey Edwin, hosller street-car barns, bds Kerby Hotel. 

Harvey j\Iiss Ellen, lives D. Watson. 

Harvey Mrs. Malindti, wid Nelson Harvcv, res Union ave bet 
7th and 8th. 11. ' , 

Haskell AVilliam ^l., boarding houje, n e cor Hamilton and 
Lyons. .'J. 

Hasler John, Avks Saginaw Barrel Co. 

Hastings Hiram H., conductor on M. C. 11. 11., res u w cor Por- 
ter and Van Buren. 

Hastings Wm. A., merchant, res Court. M. 

Hastings (late Bnidner & Hastings), picture dealer, e s 

Washington. 

Hasty (Jarrull, res s a Adams, cor Bond. o. 

Hatch Alva G., foreman, res w s Harrison, bet Jefferson and 
Madison. 4. 

Hatch Mrs. Delia, wid, homo with Alva Hatch. 

Hatch Thomas H., Ixirkeepcr Taylor House. 



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ihiug Eoiiiun, carpenter, res n \v cor Ilarrisou andThroop. 10.-! 

Ilausou John, riverman, res v, s Harrison, bet Ames and ' 
Franklin. 4. 

J [a^'Uics August, lab, res Andre, nr Adams. .">. v' 

Ilavner , res e s l}ay, n of E. »Sag. road. G. ' ^ 

[lawkeu A. R, saloon, AVater, bet bik 7 and blk 1-1. ;j. '}''• 

Hawkins Miss Jane, bds J. ila}'. 

Hawker AVilliam, gunsmilb, e s AVater, bel Court and Frank- 
lin, res sauR'. 

Hay, Batman & (;o. (James Ha}', Mjron IJutman, Ezra and 
Amasa Kust), lumber manuf rs, mill Bay City, otiice Tay- 
lor House blk, Court. 

Hay J). & A. (David and Andrew) lumbermen, oftiee Taylor 
House block, Cotii't. 

Hay David, Inmbernian, bi.is J. Hay. 

Hay James, lumberman, res s o cor Lyon and Washington. 5. 

Hay & AV'heeler (James Hay, Charles E. Wheeler) real estate 
dealers, otlice Taylor House block, court. 

Hayes Fleetus, chemist, glue v.'orks, bds P. M. Shaw. 

Hayes Mortimer IL, steward on lake, bds A. P. Burch. 

Largest Stock in llic Slate at I>.ittIo JakcN. 

Hayes P. F., lumberman, rooms over H. A. AValker's s m 

rooms, n AVash'n. 
Hayes Peter, Inmbermaii, bds Taylor J [ouse. 
IFayward William, lab, bils U. Porter's, 
lia/ard I'v: Harvey, restaurant e s South Hamilton, bet Adams 

and Court, Wisner blk. 
Haznc Ernst, butcher, res cor Court and Jilason. u. 
I [earns iliss Mary AV., dressmaker, works ^Irs. J. Kitts, bds 

Samuel McKenzie. 
Heath Sarah, (wid.), 82 yrs of age, home with X. J. Bates. 
Heath Mrs. Sarah, (wid.), bds Xura Bates, 
llebing Theodore, res w s u C ranger, bet Ames and Jcff'n. ,1. 
Heideke Fredrick, butcher, and bds C. ]\royL'. 
Hclmer j\Iarx, wks S. & S., bds J. Ci. Schemm. 
Hellpop John, lab, res Elm, near Creenwich. 1. 
Homelspeok A. J., bds Kerby House, 
llcmmeter Adam, mason, res No. 1108 coi- ^Inckinaw and 

AVoodbridge. '.'. 
Ileiidaiino Andrew, wks Sturtovant, (ireeii t't Co. 
Ilcnley Thomas, scaler, bds Kerby House, 
llepiwe John, lab, works Sagiiuuv Barrel Co. 
Herbert Afiss Liz/.ie, wks I'red Sweet. 
Herbert, iMieluiei. (;li'rk, res corner Madison and .Monro.'. 



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SAGIXAW CITY DIKKCTOHY. 329 

|[erbst Miclmel, lab, res No 1008, cor Monroe uiul ^lasoii. 

HERRIG EMILE A., pliysician, oflicc n e cor Adams ai)il 
Hamilton, res same. 

i[errick , i)liysiciaii, bils Hugh Wesener. 

Herrig Barnhart, dealer in groceries and provisions, crockerv, 
etc., AVater, bet Adams and (Jonrt. (i. 

ilcrrig j\[iss Eva, lives F. llerrig. 

Kerrig Trank, express agt and laiicy goods, res n w cor Harri- 
son and A'an Huren. A. 

llerrig Nichlas, lab, res 2X2 n s Jst. r^. 

Herring Joseph, lab, res J-'lorence, w s (Jenesce. ;j. 

Hess 8. D., M'ks water works, bds City House. 

llcss Samuel, lab, res Woodbridge, bet Court and l-Vanklin. X\ 

llessler Christian, beer hall and restaurant, n w cor Adams 
and J'\ayette, res same. (!. 

lleslop Miss Sarah, home with John Jiair. 

Iletficld Adaline, bds Edwin Kich. 

lleustis James A., coop?r, bds iMrs. Susan M. Jlumpjirey. 

lleuline Miss Maggie, works "William H. Sweet. 

Ilexamer Andrew, saloon, Court, bet Hamilton and AV'ater. 

rasliioiiublc TailKriiiK "t ]TI. A: II. Koeli &, Co'«. 



nibbing Theodore, wks E. Kust. 

Ilickey Edwai-d, carpenter, res n w cor Jjyonand Webstei-. 10. 

Hicks Willard M., lab, res n e cor 12th and Union ave. T. 

Iliderman ('., wks Wright, 'I'ipton it Co. 

lliesrodt William T., engineer, res s Hamilton, cor Perry. ;>. 

lligby , painter, bds (J. Lee. 

Hill , Avks Wright, Tipton & Co., bds A. D. Smith. 

Hill AVilbur, luni])erman, bds Asa H. Paine. 

Hildreth Henry L., traveling salesman I). 11. Jerome I't Co., 

res s w cor Fayette and Waller. .'{. 
Uiller Cyrus, res e s (lerman Colony road. .'J. 
Himmelspach Jolm A., cigar-maker E. Scheurmann, bds Ker- 

by's Hotel. 
Hinds llichard, boarding house, w s Water, bet Ames and 

Franklin, res same. 4. 
Hinc Charles I)., supt school, bds Mrs. S. A. Ikillock. 
Hine Charles D., supt jiubli<t school, res Court, bet Fayetto 

and Harrison, o. 
ilinenninn ('hristian, lab, res Ji s East Saginaw road. i. 
iCinterman Henry, hostler City House. 
Ilintermister Kndolph, elk Frankhn House. 
Ifipman Arthur, lab. l)ds liailroad Hotel. 



330 .SAtilXAW CITY DIKECTOKY. 



Hitchcock Erastus R., elk postoflice, res Jackson, bet Fayette C 

and Washington. 3, ■%], 

Uitchcock Frank, lab, res w s Oakley, bet Clinton and Mou- ^^ 

roe. 4. *^ 

Hitchcock Henry A., sawyer, res s e cor Clinton and Mason. 4. h 
Hitchcock Henry, Avks Hardin & Co. i^ 

Hitchcock Phffibe E. (wid Samuel), res u e cor Clinton and S|,.. 

Mason, — move to Fayette. 2. 1^ 

Hitchcock Samuel J., res w s Fayette, cor Mackinaw. 3. ? 

Hiusler John, lab, res No. 120G Adams, nr Woodbridge. 3. 

\loiiY(\ , res w s Fayette, n of Brewster. •, 

Hoard Permelia, res w s Fayette, ii of Brewster. v. 

Hobby C. Mead, (reg) physician, otlice s s Court, bet Hamilton . 

and Water. 
Hobson Francis, bds Hoilge House. 
Hodge Newton D., propr Hodge's House e s Hamilton, bet 

JelT'n and Madison. 2. ; 

Hodges Abraham, teamster, res e s Porter, bet Jefferson and m 

Madison. 5. ^' 

Hodges Richard, carpenter, res s w cor Tliroop and Webster. 4. ;.|. 
Hoerlein Miss Kitty, ^vks B. Hanchctt. ''<4 

\'<» iSidiU'E'iiiiU' "1 Spittle Juke's. 



ifolfniau Ernest, lal), ns w s .Mason, bet Jackson and Wil- 
liams. 3. 

Hoffman F. A., cigar munurr, wks John ]''ischer. 

Hoffman John, wks Sturtovant, (iroen & Co. 

Holllo licwiri, engineer, bds C. C. UtLL-r. 

Hoffman iliss ^lary, cook Mrs. K. A. .Monroe. 

Hoffman ^Miss jNFary, wks S. Palmer. 

Hoffman :\Iorris, watchmaker J. C. Ziegler, bd.s B. licrrig. 

llogan Benjamin, elk D. H. Jerome & Co. 

Hogau Miss Eda, home with C/.ias J. Inscho. 

Hogan ({eorge, sawsmith D. H. Jerome & Co. 

Hogan (Jeorge, tawmaker D. 11. Jerome, res s e cor Harrison 
and Williams, o. 

Hogan Joseph', sawsmith D. H. Jerome & C'o. 

Hogan Joseph, sawmaker 1). H. .Jerome, bds (i. Hogan. 

Hogeboam John (i., elk Martin & Rayniond. 

Holm .luhn, lab, res n e cor Fra\iklin and Charles. H. 

HoU^olm Adrian IL, coojier Swift & Lockwood. 

llolcoml) Ernst T., wks Wells, Stone ik. Co., res Washington, 
b.t (Uinton and Monroe, '.i. 

ilolden Alonzo S., switchman J., L. &. S. V. K. R.. res wa 
Wati.'r, bet Adams and Court. 3. 

H olden Viawson. \n]< B. M. Damon. 



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Holden, y., wks Sag. Barrel Co. 

Ilolden Timothy, bds Exchange. 

Holdou John, lab, bds F. St. Dennis. 

lloleywell Lemuel D., engineer Boom Co., res s w cor Stcpheus 
i und Granger. 3. 

Holland Miss Jennie, laundress Taylor House. 

Ilolley I. L., night watch, bds Royal 11. Stephens. 

Ifollister Mayor AV., edge tool maker, w a Water, bet Mackinaw 
and Jackson, res 900 Washington. 3. 
f' Ifollister Fred. AV., architect and superintendent, office new 

Andre blk, Court, bet llaniiltou and Washington, res cor 
Court and Woodbridgo. 3. 

Hood C. S., lumberman, bds II. Atwater. 

Hoops Edward, conductor on M. C. R. R., bds Lewis U. Stone. 

Uopkins Isaac IL, prop'r Taylor Itouso, cor Court and Ham- 
ilton. 

Hopkins Miss Jennie, homo Taylor House. 

Hopkins Patrick, lab, wks Swift & Lockwood. 

Hopp Christian, lab, res s s Saginaw road. 2. 

Hopper Ceorge C, supt J., L. & S. V. R. R., office Saginaw City- 
depot, res w s Wash'n, cor of Jackson. 5. 

Nobby Kuitoi at M. & Mil. Uoeli A: Co's. 



Hopper Mrs. Alniira, lives G. L, lIopi)er. 

Horn ]\riehael, lab, wks Swift & Lockwood. 

Horn Thomas, wks S\nrt & Lockwood. 

Home James, lab, l)ds Railroad Jlotcl. 

Horner J., wks Swift & Lockwood, bds Fourth AV'ard Hotel. 
jl Horning George, engiueer, bds John Espy. 

Horold Mathias, teamster, res No 807 cor Bond and Monroe. 7. 

Hostler Christian, bds \V. H. KniHin. 

Houghton Abram G., farmer, res w s Andre, bet Court and 
Adams. 4. 

Houk Lewis, st car conductor, res w s Harrison, bet Clinton, 
and Monroe. 5. 

llouldrud v., lal#, works Swift & Lockwood. 

Ilouppel James, bds Rupp House. 

•? House , res cor Cass aiul Webster. 7. 

i Howard Edward, lab, bds J. Brown. 

Howard William E., lab, wi: n s Van Biireu, bet Franklin and' 
Fayette. 4. 

Howlan Valentine, bds Young, s s (^leen, near Salt. 

Hubble .Minor, works Tliomas J\l. ILibble. 

Hubble Thomas M., tug owner, res cor n Hamilton and 
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.SA<J1XAW CITY DIRECTORY.- 



Hudson Bcnjamiu, farmer, e s "Washington, s J., L. & S. It. K, 

Hudson George, l)ds Ed. AVarner. ^* 

Hudson (xilbcrt AV., lab, res No 708 I^fackinaM', near Webster. 4. 1 

Hudson James, land-looker, bds "W. Hudson. 

Hudson James A., i)0stmaster, res 401) s s Franklin, bet Har- 
rison and Fayette. "2. '>■■ 

Hudson John, tailor, -wks AVilliam H. JilcPhee. 

Hudson John D., tailor, bds Hodge ]louse. 

Hudson Matthew, riverman, bds W. Hudson. 

Hudson William, lumberman, res 402 ]5ond, cor VanBureu. 3. • 

Hughes Mrs. CMiarlotte (wid Abrani Hughes), bds David Hart. 

Hughes ]']d\vard, lab, bds Uavid Hart. 

Hughes i'^rank, lab, bds David Harl. 

Hughes Franklin, bds E. Davis. 

Hughes Frederick, bds Exchange. 

Hughes Cleorge, bds David Hughes. 

Hughes James, lab, bds David Hart. 

Hughes IV'ler, dt'alrr in li(|uors, res n e cor Ames aiul (gran- 
ger. G. 

Hughes liichard, lab, bds A. Brown. 

Jlughes William J., lab, bds David Hart. 

Interview the ''ISo.ss" i'iotliierN, l.iltle Jake & €o. 

Jlulet 0. A., conductor J., L. & S. 1{. }{., bds bds Hiland Peck. 

Hulett Patrick, br.^keman, bds Koyal H. Stephens. , , 

Humphrey ^liss Anna ^1., home with Mrs. Susan M. Humph- 
rey. 

Humphrey Frances, home with Harry Mansfield. 

Humphrey -Mrs. Susan M. (wid CJeo. M. Humphrey), boarding 
house, res Florence, av Genesee. 3. 

Hunt Charles, cooper, wks Swift & Lockwood. 

HUNT THOMAS, boot and shoe manuf'r, w s Water, bet 
Cass and Xan ]iurcn, res over shop. See advt. 5. 

Huntington Edgar 0., carp, res 1103 s Wash'n, cor Sag. 8. 

Hurlbut L. Arnold, atty and depy Co. elk, bds K. W. Andrus. 

Hurle Michael, machini:rt, res v,' s AYashington, s of J., L. & S. 
B. P. 3. 

Huskell Truman 11., lab, res cor Ames and AVebster. 4. 

Hyer John AV., lumberman, res c s Porter, between Jackson 
and Williams. 3. 

Hyland Miss Mary, docter, home with John I). McKeuuey. 

Hyland Mrs, ]\rary (wid John K Hyland), home with John D. 
Kenney. 

]iynes Christine, lab, works Ale.vander Andre. 



SAG IN AW CITY DlHEOTOin. -i'M 

I. 

linber John, shoemaker, works William Kohu. 

Inscho Ozias J., lumberman, Yiin Buren, bet (rrangor and 

AVebster. 3. 
Ingcrsoll William, lab, res n e cor Fayette and Williams. ',1 
Ippel Mrs. Agnes, wid tJeorge, res w s Fayette, bet Jefferson 
B^R^' i^»^l ^ladison. J. 

«'*f'' Irving Albert C. (Irving & Son) res Woodbridge, cor AdamB. 
j i Irving David N. (Irving & .Son) res c s Granger, bet Cass and 

Van Bnreu. 4. 
Igabcll , Avks Wells, Stone & Co., res Andre, bet Court 

and Franklin. «). 
Isabell Simon, Avks Wells, Stone & Co. 

Ittner Fredrick J., shoemaker, shop and res 40U n Harrison. 4. 
Irving A. G., dealer in furniture, res n w Adams and AVood- 

bridge. '.'. 
Irving D. N., dealer in furniture, Court, bet Hamilton and 

Washington. 
Irvin John, saloon, o s Water, bet Ames and Franklin, res 

same. 



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4 lotliiiif; ul WIioIe«ile at ]»I. & II. Mocli €«»'». 



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Irvin Miss Nellie, wks J. Irvin. 
Irving Miss Lydia, lives S. Hess. 

Ingersoll Alvah J., walchman J., L. & S. 1{. K., res w s Water, 
sof AVilliams. 'i. 

J. 

Jacobs Alexander, lab, bds William H. Jose. 
Jacobs Miss Maggie, laundress Taylor House. 

Jackson , lab, res Cass, near Miller. 5. 

Jackson Thomas L., grocer, w s Wash'n, bet Mackina\v and 

Fayette, res same. 7. 
Jacomark August, lab, res w s Elm, near Greenwich. 3. 
Jacques Kevil, gardener, res Union ave, near 14th. 
James T. M., lawyer and circuit court commissioner, ollice 

AVisner blk, res n w cor Harrison and Monroe. 5. 

.larow , wks AVright, Tipton & Co. 

.larven Joseph, riverman, bds C-'ity House. 

Jeancttc Charles, carpenter, res Eleanor ave, w s Wash'n. 3. 

Jemison Norman, lab, bds A. Brown. 

Jenkins IMrs. Marv J., wks J. E. Weinder,res E. Saginaw. 

Jenner Edgar (!.,"" book-keeper A. W. Wright & Co.. res COl 

Wi'l)ster, bet Clinton and ^lonroc. i. 



334 SAGINAW CITY DIRECTORY. M 

Jenner George II., marble works, res o s AVebster, bet Madison 

and Monroe. 3. 
Jerome Charles T., elk Wells, Stone & Co., bds T.Jerome. v 

JEROME 1). H. & Co. (David II. Jerome and Philip Parry), i| 

gen'l hardware, s s Court, bet Ilamiltou and "Water. See i'|{ 

udvt. ^' 

Jerome 1). II. (D. II. Jerome & Co.), dealer in hardware, res ,M 

cor F.ayette and Van Bureu. 3. % 

Jerome David II. (D. II. Jerome & Co.), res 311 Van Biiren. ^ 
Jerome Harris R., res 013 Madison. 2. 
Jerome James, physician, res 711 Franklin, cor Porter. 5. 
•.rerome James, lumberman, res 210 Porter, cor Cass. 4. 
Jerome TilF, lumberman, res e s Washington, cor Williama. 2. 
Jewett Anson, riverman, bds City House. 
Jewett Oscar, lumberman, bds N. D. Lee. 
Jirk AVilliam, lab, bds Calvin 0. Cookson. 
Johnson Andrew, lab, bds Moses Delude. 
Johnson August, lab, bds Hupp House. 
Johnson Benjamin, barber shop, w s AVatcr, bet Adams and 

Cass, res 500 e s Hamilton, n of Madson. 
.Fohnson Charles, carpenter, res w s AVebstcr, s Williams. 3. 

I^ittlo .lake & €<»., AViMiicr Block. 

Johnson Charles, lab, res e s Oakley, bet Monroe and . 

Johnston Christian, lab, res Elm. 4. 

Johnson ]\Irs. Deborah (col), homo with lien Johnson. 

^lohnson j\liss Ellen, wks 11. Ketch um. 

Johnson H. L., wks Hardin & Co. 

..Johnson Jacob, brakeman J., L. & S. V. ]{. K., res e s Porter, 

bet Jackson and Williams. 4. 
Johnson James A., tailor, wks Joseph Beach & Co. 
Johnson J., lab, wks Swift & Lockwood. 
Johnston John, wheelsman steamer Dunlap, res 804 Van 

Burn, bet Bond and Porter. 
Johnson John, teamster, wks D. N. Irving. 
Johnson Johii S., clerk, res 810 Harrison, cor Stephens. 4. 
Johnson Leonard, lab, ros 403 Bond, bet i\rackinaw and Van 

Buren. (i. 
Johnson Luke, setter G. E. Williams liv: Hros., res s s Green- 
wich, w Bond, Little's add. 4. 
.lohnson Margaret, wid Ci raves, home with Henry Brown. 
.Johnston J\L's. Miir<;arc(, wid .James .lohnstnn, homn \\ith John 

.IcduiHlun. 
.lohnHoii Miss Mary, bds .lanu';^ 1*\ Aiiauis. 
.lolmstou JMi,ss l''llen, bds .lames l'\ Adauj?'. 



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Johnson Peter, wks J. Hay, bds same. 
Johnson Peter, lab, bds Moses Delude. 
Johnson R. M., bds Mrs. S. M. Humphrey. 
Johnson Slly, engineer M. 0. R. 11, bds Lewis U. Stone. 
Johnson Thoma?. (col) bds Ben. Johnson. 
Johnson Thomas, barber .B. Johnson, bds same. 
Johnston John, lab, res w s AVashington, nr 4th. 3. 
Johnston Miss Josephine, teacher, home with John Johnston. 
Johnston JMiss Sarah, teacher .^th ward school, bds Mrs. Mar- 
garet Johnston. 
Jokey Punl, bds Peter Jokey, s s Queen, nr Salt. 
Jokey Peter, lab, res s s Queen, near Salt. 3. 

Jones , carpenter, bds G. tr. Mathews. 

Jones Edgar, carpenter, bds George Levis. 

Jones John, refused to give name, res Van P)uren, nr (irranger. 

Jones William, lab, bds A. Brown. 

Jordan Barbara, wks Fred H. Potter. 

Jordan ^laggie, wks Fred II. Potter. 

Jordan Miss Gorry, home with Adam Bower. 

Jordan jMiss ]\fary, tailore.ss, wks William II. ^IcPhee. 

Jordan Jliss 3Iary, homo with Louis Tittmar. 

Kooli &- €'<>., <iioiio.'!;cc ^f., oppoKito Baiierofl House. 

Jordan David, mason, res s c cor Potter and Van Buren. 3. 

Jose Miss Eunice, home with AVilliam H. Jose. 

Josc]\riss Henrietta, home with AVilliam H. Jose. 

.lose I^Ii.ss Melissa, home witli William H. Jose. 

Jose William 11., propr ball-alley. Water, bet (Jourt and 
Franklin, res n Hamilton, bet Jellerson and Madison. 6. 

Jost Charles, teamster, res n \v cor Clinton and Porter. 8. 

Joyce William, lab. bds Railroad Hotel. 

Judd (leorgo AV., elk. Brock way House. 

Juleff ]\Iiss Lizzie, wks Rev. 0. J. Perrin. 

Julian Joseph, painter, bds Mrs. Julia Julian. 

Julian Joseph, ibrcman, ]{arnard & Binder. 

Julian Mrs. Jftlia (wid Louis .Tiilian) boarding-house, Bar- 
nard's Island, t). 

Julian Miss Maggie, wks iS'ewell Barnard. 

Julian Miss Scerena, Avks Charles Wells. 

JIJNGERHELl) HENRY, groceries and provisions, nOl 
Jiond, cor Monroe, res same. 7. 

.luniei' Charles M., bds IJrockway House. 



330 S.UilNAW CITY UIUECXOUY 



Iv. 

KAUEL V. Hi SON (Christian & William Kagel), grocers, 
cor Oourfc and Jfason, n-.s Ailams, cor Oakley. 

Kaiser Miss Barbara, wks A. 'IMnirston. 

Kaiser Ferdinand, cari)entor, res s s 'iMiroop, liet JJond and 
border. 3. 

Kampl'ert Louis II,, butcher lor and bds G. tStengel. 

Kane Miss Ann E., pastry cook, Taylor House. 

Kane iliss Annie, waitress, Taylor Jlouse. 

Kane Ciharles, lab, res 8th, bet Lincoln and Huron i\.\v<. '^. 

Kapke Frederich, lab, res w s Ehn, nr State. S. 

Karp Angustus, lab, res w s ]\Iadi.son. d. 

Kastorb Fred., lab, res w s . 4. 

Kaiterfeld Charles, res ]5ay, w of 0. IL 11. 

Kayner Alfred J., railroad nnm, res n c cor Ames and Oakley. 3. 

Kaynor Jacob, res w s n Fayette, bet ^fadison and Monroe. 3. 

Kearney F., lab, wks Saginaw Barrel ( 'o. 

Kearney James, wks Hardin & Co. 

Kearney James, bds ]\r. Hall. 

Kearney ^[., lab, wks Saginaw Barrel Co. 

l*alroi)iy:c the "Boss" i'lutSsiorti, l.iJIle Jake & Co. 



Keurns "Williauj, lab, bds J. il. (iray. 

John, lab, bds. J. H. Gray. ' --. 

Keary .lo.seph, cor elk. bds 'J'avKa- House. 

Keary AViUiani, g.-u'l .1., L. .^. S. and M. C. R. R's., bds Tuylor 

House. 
Keeler William H., drug elk W. -Moll, res e s (/'ross road, cor 

Harrison. :.*. 
Keho Francis, dealer in groceries and foreign fruit, res cor 

Franklin and Harrison. 
Keho Frank, grocery keeper, cor Court and Hamilton, res cor 

Ames and Jeilerson. 4. 
Keho Frank (Keho Bros.), res s w cor Harrison and Ames. 4. 
Keho James J., dealei- in groceries and domestic fruit, bds 

Mrs. Stone. 
Keho .L J. & F. (J. J. and lu-aneis Keho). grocers, cor Court 

and Hamilton. 
Kehoe James, lab, Ijds Orellas Tuttle. 
Keller ifiss (Catharine, wks Keuben W. Andrew. 
Kclley j\Iiss Angelina, wks W. S. Tennunl. 
Kelley Miss Carrie, waitreos Taylor Houhe. 
Kelley (Miarles, bds K. Davis. 



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SAGINAW CITY DiuixTOiiy. ;337 

Kearney John, bds D. O'Neil. 

Kellcy Francis, carpenter, res c s Harrison, bet Clinton and 

Tiiroop. 7. 
Kelley James, machinist, res e s AVater, cor Dearborn, (i. 
[ Kelley James, lab, bds Mrs. Julia Julian. 
Kelley James, lab, bds Orellas Tuttle. 
Kelley James, lab, bds David Crowley. 
Kelley Miss Lizzie, bds with J. P. Sims. 
Kelley 'Maggie, bds Hodge House. 
Kelley Thomas, lab, bds Orellas Tuttle. 

Kelley Alexander B., milhvright, res . ;J. 

Kelly Charles, wks J. Price, 

Kelly James, lab, bds Kupp House. 

Kelsey Charles, conductor, bds lloyal H. Stephens. 

Kelsey Theo., street car conductor, res Madison, cor Fayette. 2. 

Kendall DeWitt C, scaler, bds E. H. Kendall. 

Kendall Edmund 11., millwright, res 401 n Granger. '). 

Kenitt Isaac, lab, bds City House. 

Kennedy John, wks W. S. Green. 

Kenyon John S., mechanic, res 203 Granger. 5. 

Kepke AVm., mason contractor, res n e cor Cass and Oakley. C. 

Special Dcpartinent for Boys' Clotliing at Koch & Co's. 

Kerby AVilliam K., prop Kerljy House, s c cor Hamilton and • 

Jelforson. 2. 
Kerwin William J., harnessmaker, res 109 w s Bates, bet Court 

and Franklin. 2. 
Kernliudolphe, blacksmith Barnard & Binder, bds City House. 
Kerwin Miss Frankie M., salesman H. A. AValker. 
Kessler Ernest, cigar maker, res w s Oakley, bet Mackinaw and 

Van Buren. '2. 
Kessel Fred., cooper, res cor Mackinaw and Oakley. ;}. 
Ketcham Miss Aniui, bds P. II. Ketcham. 
Ketcham & Bro. (Daniel B. and Henry L. Ketcham), manufrs 

and dealers in saAved shingles and lumber, mills Saginaw 

City, Bridgei5ort, and Coleman, office cor Jeff 'n & AVater. 
Ketcham Daniel B. (Ketcham Bros.), res w s Oakley, bet Ames 

and Franklin. 4. 
Ketcham Henry, lab, res 904 Franklin. :i. 
Ketcham Philip H., wks A. AV. AVright & Co., res x'07 Bond, 

bet Adams and Cass. ;.'. 
Keys AVilliam, riverman, res w s King, s of Dearborn. 3. 
Khuen IL, dealer in dry goods and crockery, N Hamilton, bet 

Ames and Franklin, res cor 810 Bond and Court. 0. 
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338 .SAGINAW CITY DIKI'CTOUY. ; 

Kilburii Andrew, liib, res w 8 Oakley, bet Jackson and llacki- 

uaw. 4. 
Kilburn William, wks Sagiiuivv Jiarrol Co. 
IvilJee Miss Lucy, bds F. Qiiiuu. 
Killorn Jobn, lab, bds Peter J. ]\Iannin<,'. 
Kimball James, rivennaii, bds A. Brown. 
Kimball Reuben (AVright, Wells & Co.) a^^ent of the Tittaba- 

wassco Boom Co., oflico e s Water, bet Clinton and Mon- ; 

roe, res 501 Webster, cor Madison. 4. -^ 

Kimber Charles, blacksmith M. W. Ilollister, bds W. Worden. 
Kimberly C. S., dealer in lumber, and merchant, res cor Court 

and Granger. 3. 
Kimberly Mrs. E. C. (wid. E. C. Kimberly), home C. S. 

Kimberly. 
Kindingcr IMichael, meat market, Hamilton nr Mackinaw, res 

same. 
King Charles, ship carpenter, res w s IJith, bet Union and Lin- , 

coin aves. 1^. r^ 

King Dell, teamster, bds E. Smith. 
King Edward, lab, bds Mrs. Julia Julian. 
King George , res Union ave, near 11th. 

Putronize the ''Boss" Clotliier!^, I^ittlc Jake d: Co. 

King George, bds N. Cowling. 

King George ])., groceries and provisions, n s Cross road, bet '.^. 

Wash'n antl J*\iyeltc, res same. 
King John, lab, res w s 11th. G. 
King Lewis, carpenter, res e s 11th. 5. 
King L., wks Wright, Tipton & Co. 

King, Moses, carpenter, res n end 11th, nr Congress ave. 2. 
King Orrin P., drayman, res s e cor Bond and Mackinaiv. 'Z. 
King Paul, lab, Avks Saginaw Barrel Co. 
King S. ^Y., res s w cor Washington and Jackson (folks not 

at home). 
King Stephen, lab, res c s Harrison, cor Miller. 3. 
King Wilson, ship-carpenter, res w s 11th, s of Congress. 2. 
Kiugham James, lab, res No. 1110 n s Throop, nr^Lison. 7. 
Kingham J., wks AVriglit, Tipton & Co. 
Kinghani Wm., wks AVright, Tipton & Co. 
Kingham James B., foreujan, yard Barnard tit Binder, bds W. 

if. Kniffen. 
Kinsey Keri B. (Kinsey iS: Hraiul), res SIO Webster, cor 

Stevens. :i. 
Kinyew John, carpenloi-, wks Swift iS: fjockwood. 



.SAGINAn" CITY DIUECTOUV. 330 



Kipp William; salt-boiler, res w s. Fayette, bet Stephen and 
AViiller, ;3, 

Kirk, Willit B., lab, bds S. E. D. Sheltraw. 

Kirkey AVilliam, lab, res ^Y a Bond, n of Miller. 3. 

Kittridge Mrs. Charlotte (wid), res 805 Harrison. 3. 

Kitta Mrs. Melissa J., dressmaker, Khuen block, n Hamilton, 
bet Ames and Franklin. 

Klann Leonard, cooper, res Lyon, bet Harrison and Webster. 0. 

Kiiapp AVm., bds Hodge House, 
' Knapp Alfred, lab, res ^v s 10th, cor Cooper ave. 4. 

Knapp Jacob, cigar man uf'r, and dealer in tobacco and cigars, 
ess Hamilton, bet Adams and Court, res 503 Webster 4 

Kniffin Charles, bds W. H. Kniffin. 

Kuiffin Jay, bds W. H. Kniffin. 
f Kniflin Luman, bds AV. H. Kniffin, 
I Kniffin Miss Sarah F., lives W. H. Kniffin. 
•! Kniflin William H., stave maker, res 1108 s Wash'n. 3. 
' Kniffin W. H., foreman Barnard & Binder. 

Knill Elizabeth, home with D. McLeod. 

KNOX 1). M. & Co. (David M. Knox, Oscar T. Place), 
wholesale flour, feed, etc., Hamilton, bet Adams and Casa.' 

Trunks lor L.a<1icM and Gentlemen at Koeli Sc Co'«. 

Knox David U. (D. U. Knox & Co.), res w s Hamilton, s of 
Adams. 7. 

Koehler Franklin, carpenter, bds City House. 

Koepke Augustus, mason, res 300 Porter, bet Cass and Van 
Buren. 5. 

Kohn L. C. W., elk AVilliam Kohn. 

Kohn AVilliam, manuf'r and dealer in boots and shoes, cloth- 
ing, hats and caps, 110 AA''ater. 

Kolschopsky Gustavus, shoemaker, wks AVilliam Kohn. 

Koons Henr}', lab, wks Swift & Lockwood. 

Korber Ernest, wks Barnard & Binder. 

Korn Charles, shoemaker, wks AVilliam Kohn. 

Kraenbreg Charles, bds John Kraenbreg. 

Krantz Augustus, shoemaker, wks AVilliam Kohn. 

Krantz Ludwig, lab, res w s j\radison. 4. 

Kranz Frederick, lab, res nr Maple, front J., L. & S. I{. K. o. 

Krausc Jiliss Alhertine, wks Henry Jungcrheld. 

Krause Augustus, Oyster Pestaurant, w a Hamilton, basement 
Moll's drug store, res n c cor Adams and Porter. G. 

Krauss Theodore, (al) physician, res and office w s n Fayette, 
Ijet Court and Franklin. 7. 

Kreilzrr Alavena, wks Tlios. Nester, 



340 SAOINAW CITY DIRKCTUUV 



Kremer Frederick, Lib, res Lyons, cor Oukley. G. ; 

Kremer Joseph, bds A. 13rnst. 

Krenvel William, lub, res Elm, iir (rreeinvich. o. 

Krenz Frederick, Avks G. F. Williams & Bros. ; 

Krenz John, setter, Ci. F. AVillianis & Bros. 

Kretzmanu Charles, dealer in wines and liquors, tobaccos,. 
cigars, conl'L-ctionery, elc, State road, cor Cross roads, res 
same. i. 

Krikcv Frank, drayman, res Brewster, cor Harrison. D. 

Krogmann Peter IL, IJILLIARl) HALL, Water, bet Court 
and Cass, res Webster. 7. 

Kromaoer Ferdinand, lab, res e s Bay st, nr fair ground. 7. 

Krukerbero- John, lab, res e s Ba3^ 4. 

Krumrur Frederick, lab, res e s Bay. 3. 

Kruger Hugo, wks AVm. Binder. 

Krynicr ^liss Minnie, wks fr. E. Fellows. , ■ 

Kuflner Emil, cigar-maker, E. Scheurmann, res s e cor Wood- 
bridge and Franklin. 7. 

Kuhlmann Andrew, lab, lives H. Knhlmann. 

Kuhlmann Henry, lab, res 1W2 Lyon, cor Woodbridge. :i. 

Kuhlmanu Herman, lives H. Kuhlmann. 

Little Juke & Co. ttJiiclcrscll Everybody. 

Kuhlmann William, cigar-maker, ]0. Ii. Knapp, res w s Porter^ 
bet Ijyon and Jlackinaw. 4. 

Kuhn Adolph, elk ]\[rs. B. Feiger, bds same. 

KuU Conrad, salt block, e s Hamilton, bet Walnut and .Sagi- 
naw, res opi") salt blk. 8. 

KuU Jacob, watchman, wks D. Hardin & Co. 

Kumeyer Fred'k, res e s Bay. 3. 

Kundinger Matthias, teamster, res e s ILamilton, bet Jefferson 
and Madison. iS. 

Kusch Charles, bds liupp House. 

Kutzbah Frederick, lab, bds AV. Kutzbali. 

Kutz])ah AVilliam, lab, res s w cor Bond and Throop. :l. 

L. 

LaBas Humphrey T., station agent, .[. L. & S. V. ]{. K., Sagi- 
naw City depot, res Van Ihiren. 
Labeef Josepli, lab, res e s Emerson, near Water. 
Labef Joseph, lab, wks Swift & Lockwood. (See Labeef). 
I^abo James, lab, bds V. Cardener. 

Lacy Albert D., jewelei-, res n w cor !^[onroe and Porter. 1. 
Lacker Miss ilannali, lives W^. Donovan. 



SAGINAW ( ITV DIRIXTOKY. 341 

Ijuliike Joseph, policeman, res No. 004, Oakley. .'). 

I^Dusa John, lab, res 8th, near Union ave. .k 

Lifiiyctte John, lab, res w s Carrollton road. 0. 

lijifor Josejih, Avks .Stnrtevant, Green & Co. 

I^allair I'atrick, btls John Brown. 

LuFluir William J., lab, res e s liontl, bet Miller and Throop. '^. 

[,aKleur Joseph, lab, res Salt, near Queen. 8. 

liAIDLEY GEORGE, propr Commercial Heatauraut and 
Billiard llall, basement, cor Conrt and Hamilton, rooms 
J I Taylor House blk; also agent I'or Eolah Hall, Taylor 

''' i House blk. See advt. 2. 

Laidley George, Jr., with parents. 

Jjammar Michael, lab, res cor Mackinaw and Mason. 8. 

Lammon Frederick, wks Stnrtevant, Green & Co. 

LaMountain Francis, lab, res -w s 11th, s of Congress ave. -j. . 

Lander August, lab, res av s Elm, nr J., L. «Sl S. U. K. 8. 

Landry Peter, "wks T. Hunt. 

Lunc Adolph, lab, res ^v s railroad, Ijet Elm and Wash'n. 7. 

Lano ]'etcr, miscellaneous, res cor Clinton and Wash'n. '2. 

Lang Otto, tinner 1). H. Jerome & Co. 

Lange ("luuies, lab, res 200 Bates, bet Adams and Cass. 2. 



fl^owost I'rk'cs at Itl. &. II. liooii &, CoN. 

Lange Frederick, lab. res s s Adams, cor \Voodbridge. :i. 

Lang AVilliam E., tailor, re^ No. 1002. cor n w s Cass and 
Oakley. 1 1 . 

Langerin Josepli L., elk N. Nathan, bds American House. 

Langston Joseph W., wks round house, bds B. 1"\ Bell. 

Lankton AVilliam, lab, res Cass, end 'IMiroop. 2. 

Lanning Robert, wks T. Hunt 

Lanzon Joseph, lab, res n w cor Wayne and AVebster. 4. 

LaPonche John, lab, res Barnard's Island, Saginaw city. 

Laponteil John, lab Barnard & Binder. 

Laranger John, lab, Avks Swift & Lockwood. 

LaShance Abram, lab, res s s Eleanor ave, w AVashington. 2. 

LaShance David, Jab, res s s Eleanor, av of Wash'n. 3. 

Lathrop Freeman & Co. (Freeman Lathrop and 0. J. Inscho), 
dealers in lumber, mill foot Court. 

Lathrop Freeman, dealer in lumber, res No 412 s e cor Har- 
rison and Mackinaw. [>. 

Lathrop Josiali F., bds Dunbar House. 4. 

liathrop Koswell J., i)rop'r Dunbar House, Water, cor \'aii 
liuren. 

Latimer John, lab, bds 11. C. Ehvood. 



34;i SAGINAW CITY DIKKCTOEY. 



Laundre Joseph, carpenter, res o s 13tli, bet (.'ongress and 
Union ave.s. 12. 

Laundre Joseph, lab, bds Eupp House. 

Laimer Frank, wagon-maker, res s c cor Harrison and Jack- 
son. 0. 

Lavantuskery Josepli, Lib, bds Xavier Wittniann. 

Lavigne Clnfolds, ".Afontreal Saloon," cor Tlamiltonand Jeft"*!), 
res same. 3. 

Lawrence Francis, lab, bds AYilliani IL Jose. 

Lawrence Harvey, carpenter, Barnard & Binder. 

Ijawrence Harvey K., carpenter, res Salt, nr King. 7. 

Lawton Mrs. Nancy (wid William), res s e cor State and Gtb. 2. 

Lawe Baul, liler, res Maple, nr Ehn. 3. 

Laycock Norman M., condnctor, bds Royal H. Stephens. 

Lazelle Charles, bds Saginaw Valley Hotel. 

L. C. Eaton & George L. Burrows, dealers in gang sawed pine 
lumber, mills Zilwaukie, otlice Taylor House blk, Court. 

l^eadroot John, receipter, res w s n Granger, n of Throop. 4. 

Leaman George, lab, bds William H. Jose. 

Leaman John, lab, res No. 80(5 n s Throop, bet Bond and 
Border. 2. 

One Price to all at Little Jake <& Co's. 



Leaman Thomas, lab, bds William H. Jose. 

Leavenie Joseph, lab, res ss Throop, w of Bond. -i. 

Leavenworth Isaac H., surveyor, res lOG s Harrison. 3. 

Lebell l^klward, lab, res Water (Compo's ave.) 0. 

Ijcber Tony, cigar nuiker, wks J. Knupp, res Bond, bet Jack- 
son and William. 

Lebo Albert, bds W. Cowan. 

Leckwood N. S., manufacturer and dealer in gang-sawed lum- 
ber, res Court. 

Lee Charles, foreman Binder & Co.'s barrel factory, res w s 
Harrison, bet Van Buren and IMackinaw. G. 

Lee Charles A., Sii))t. Saginaw Barrel Co., resNo.404: Harrison. 
See adv. , 

IjQQ Charles 11., printer, res AVayue, cor Harrison. ^, 

Lee Henry G., i)ainter, res n e cor Lyon and Harrison, 'i. 

Lee James, lumber scaler, res c s Bond, bet (-ourt and Frank- 
lin. Will move on Granger, next to T. T\ipper. 3. 

Lee James, lab, bds Bui)p Housi.'. 

Lee John, lab, bds Bailroad Hotel. 

Lee John, lab, res 10? Harrison, x*. 

Lee J. [{., wks Wright, Tiplon & Co. 

Le(,' iicandcr, fur dealer, res Lincoln avc, cor Hlh. 'i. 



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LEE N. 1)., PHYSICIAN, oflice Court, bet Hamilton and 
Wash'n, res No. 108 Webster, bet Court and Adams. G. 

Ue Newton I)., physician (A), res 108 "Webster, bet Adams 
and Court. G. 

Ue William, bds W. 11. Kuiffin. 

liCe AVilliam P., lab, wks Saginaw Barrel Co. 

Lees iliss Maggie, home with William Callam. 

Lefebvre Augustus, saloon and shoe shop, w s Water, bet Clin- 
ton and Cass. 8. 

Lefebvre ]\loses, foreman A. W. AVright & Co.'s saw mill, res s 
s Clintou, bet lirown and Porter. iJ. 

Leflur Joseph, jobber, wks Swift & Lockwood. 

iiegare David, lab, res No 1412 King, n Dearborn. 2. 

Legerey David, lab, Avks Swift & Lochwood. 

Lemmer J., lab, Avks Saginaw Barrel Co. 

Lemmer Michael, wks G. F. AVilliams & Bros. 

Lenine Paul, carriage maker, res State, nr Cross lioad. 3. 

Lennox Jerome, book-keeper, wks P. ^L Shaw, bds J. Harding. 

Lent John, prop Exchange, Water, Ames. 3, 

Lentz Christof, lab, res e s Bay. 7. 

Leon Henry, bds Exchange. 

Only Olio I»rk>e at M, &. II. Kofli &, Co'n. 



Leon Mrs. Henry, wks Exchange. 

Lepsch Oscar, baker, and bds J. P. AVagner. 

Lepsch Otto, peddler, bds J. P. AVagncr. 

Levanger Kodrick, wks Swift & Lockwood. 

Levcricih Philip, bds (Jrand liai)ids Hotel. 

fiCvis Ceo., wks F. & P. U. il P., res e s 8tb, nr State road. 5. 

Levis Geo., -warehouseman East Saginaw depot. 

Levis Joseph, Aveigh-master East Saginaw depot. 3. 

Levis Joseph K, -weigh -master, res otli, nr State road. 3. 

Levy Julius, merc^hant tailor, clothier, etc, cor AVater and 

Franklin, res '.riirooj). G. 
[jevy Julius, tailor, re.s e s Bond, bet Adams and Court. G. 
Levy Michael, clothier, s s Court, nr cor Hamilton. 
Levy T^ticliael, clothier, res 205 n Granger. 
Lewis (Jeorge F., editor Saginawian, res 408 AVayno. G. 
Lewis Thomas, watchman, G. F. AVilliams & Bros. 
Lewis AVilliam D., wagon-maker and painter, res s w cor Bond 

and ^lonroe. 4. 
Lewis AVilliam D., carriage-maker, shop and res cor Bond and 

Monroe. 
Lewless M rs. Aciisa, lives J. Briggs. 
Libbey Tliomas 1^., policeman, res 207 Porter, bet Ames and 

bVanklin. 4. 



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Libbcy Henry, liler Shaw & Williams' saw mill, res w s Car- 
roll ton road. 4. 

Libode John, saloon, Hamilton, ur Cass, res same. 4. 

Lichtenauer Joseph, elk ]\[. Levy, bds Taylor House. 

Lieber E., painter, res w s Bond, bet Jackson and William. 3. 

Lilinfeld Theodore, dry goods, millinery, etc., e s of s Hamil- 
ton, bet Adams and Cass, res same. 3. 

Lincoln L'a 13., sawyer, res w s Carrollton road. .'}. 

Lincoln William, bds Dunbar House. 

Lincoln Tjyman, bds Dunbar House. 

Liscomb ]\riss Josephine, lives Nicholas Davis. 

Lisk Israel, tel opr, and elk. East Saginaw depot, bds cor 4th 
and Cenesec. 

Liskow Charles (Liskow & Sons), res s c cor l^yon and Fay- 
ette. 3. 

Liskow Lewis (Liskow & Sons), bds C. Liskow. 

Liskow & Sons (Jolin C, Charles, and Lewis Liskow), dry 
goods, groceries, and provisions, crockery and glass ware, 
s c cor Fayette and jjyon. 

liitke Charles, lab, res c s Bay, n of East Saginaw road. 0. 

L.ar$?ei!it i>»(ock in tlie Slate at I^ittlc Jakc'ii. 

Little Alexander, lab, res Perry, near King. 5. 

Little Charles D., retired, res s ecor St. Louis plank . (J. 

Little John, lab, res cor Jfiller and Oakley. G. 

Little William H., ownrr of the tug ''Princess,"' res 1301 

Wasli'n, cor Wayne, 
lioekey AVilliam, lal), wks Swift and Lockwood. 
Loekwoo.l ]\Iary, bds A. "Wendell. 
LocLwood .Matliew (Allen it Lockwoud), res n e cor Court 

unti <ir:iiip'r. ■'). 
l^iKk»iX«Ml Naltiiti) S., hiiuU'rman. iv> (>11 Court and Grau- 

fvi, »K 
l4>liri« I.c»i«, lab, r\i 4 Hay. 0. 
lioia A., bIa Wri^'ht, Tij ton & Co. 

'•••€ •'♦'♦l^i, Ut. rr« « • Clinton, bot Crungcr and Porter. 3. 
Uttft A»fiuf, Uts rr« Wootlbridge, bet Adams and Cass. '!. 
lJM«iliCli*rk«« Ub Kxchunge. 
I^M* «la«wftti, iib^ rvg l''lo»x'Uco, 8 (ienesee. ,"). 
Imm I«m*, camiiU-r. rc« cor b o Dearborn and King. 12 
'^^'l. o*?. ^*' *'*' ^' '•• '^ •"*■ ^'- '^- '^■' •^^'^'i"^l^v City depot, 

Uftiiw llofTowi, Jr., wkt Banking and Exchange oflicc. 
lAfil John, Hrormaii, IxU J, Brown. 
1-041 H*. II., crittor, wk« H< nrv Bernhurd. 









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Loiuleu Robert, liimbeniiau, res 1201' Franklin, cor IJatos. 3. 

Loiigo Benjamin, lab, res s c cor (Minton and Banil. -i. 

Ix)iiis Ervin, lab, bds Harvy Chovin. 
! I f.ore John AV., filer Barnard & Binder, res Salt nr King. 4. 
o. 1 (.overidge Stephen II., painter, res c s Hamilton, bet Clinton 
'• andThroop. 4. 

Levering Gilbert K., lab., wks Saginaw liarrel Co. 

Low Mrs. Jane, res s e cor Hamilton and Millard. 

Lowry William T., bds Exchange. 
J Loxley Eliza 1)., bds J. E. Loxle}-. 

Loxiey John E. (Cook .t Loxlev), res n e cor Jetlbrson and 
Torter. 4. 

Luderus Dieue (widov/ Peter), home with Paul Lenine. 

Ludlow Miss Sarah A., dressmaker T. Lilienfeld, res Harrison. 

Lusk George, engineer, J. & L. B. B., bds Hiland Peck. 

Lutheran Congregational School, Conrt, bet Lafayette and — . 
\ , Luck Miss Mary, wks Fred B. Sweet. 

Luedeman Mrs. Mary (widFred'k), res ;>0G n Granger. 3. 

Lustig lu^ M. (Louis and Martin Lustig), fancy goods, e s 
ILimilton, bet Court and Franklin, rooms same. 

<>iciiflciiii>ii'N Oulf'KH 111 M. A: II. Koch A. C'o's. 



LIITZ cV llAVN (John Eutz, Ei-n.-rt llayn), butchers, market 

cor ^Masoii and Court. 
Lutz J. (Lutz and Hayn), butcher, res cor Court and Mason. T). 
Lynch James, millwright, res ii s Pleasant. ;i. 
Lynch M i-.s. jMary (wiil Tho^s.), res s w cor luifley and Fayette. :i. 
Lyon E. W., foreman job room " Enterj)rise" ollice, res AVasii- 

ington ave, near State Boad. 5. 
Lyon G. A., book-keeper, Benj. T. Smith, res 409 Madison. G. 
Lyons Miss Annie, waitress, Brockway House. 
Lyons James, lab, res n w cor 13th and Union ave. 0. 
Lyons John, bds Mrs. S. M. Humphrey. 
Lyons ]\[ichae], lab. bds J. Lyon.s. 

M. 

Mabec Alexander C., carpenter, res :i04 1st, cor s Division. 4. 

MacGuire John, tailor, bds Austin Bostwick. 

Mack Cross, blacksmith, res Fayette, bet Jackson and James, a. 

^lack John, brakeman, bds E. Davis. 

MacKenna Mrs. Catharine (wid James MacKcnna), bds 

l^ldward Crosson. 
.Macnarmar David, wks Siurtevant, Green & Co. 
Madison Norman, lab, res w s "Water, bet Adams and (lourt. -J. 
Wadley ]\liss Annie, waitress, Brockway House. 
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-^4C SAGIKAW CITY DIKl-CTORY. 

.Maco Fred., lub, res w s State road, nr fair ground. ' § 

jMaev Frederick, lab, o s Bay. 7. r- 

Miigley George, tailor, wks Joseiih lieach & Co., res 401 Potter,^ 
cor Jeffersoii. .•?. ;f 

Maha Francis, butcher, wks Peter Dixon. .^' 

Mahan Patrick, lab, res s s Queen, nr Salt. 4. f 

Mahan Philip, shoemaker, bds :Mrs. Susan M. Humphrey. '¥ 
Mahanna Miss Elizabeth, bds Austin Bostwick. ■ M 

Mahanna John, tailor, bds Austin Jiostwick. Km 

Mahony Daniel, lab, bds Orellas Tuttle. ^'M 

Mahony Daniel, lab, bds F. St. Dennis. S 

Mainard Charles, lab, bds Mrs. C. Parker. ;.'. 
Maisch Frit;^, wks E, J. Moores. 
^Major Alex., lab, res e s Emerson. 5. 
Malcahn Charles, lab, res n e cor Cass and (Jharles. 3. 
Maloney John, wks AVells, Stone & Co. 
^laloy John, bds Hodge Ilouse. 
Maloy j\r., lab, works Saginaw liarrel Co. 
Malroy j\lichael, tinsmith, wks Cook & Loxley. 
.Malroy Jlichael, appc, J. E. Jjoxlie. 



.\o VaiUeriii;; al I.Ulle JuKc'h. 



Man Augustus, salt-l)oi]er, res w s AVash. n s of J.. L. & S. 

V. R. E. 4. 
Manigan, William, cooper, bds J. C. Hart. • , ^ 

:Mann Harlow S., dentist, res w s n Wash'n n of State road. 5.' 
MANNING JOSEPH G., jobber, moving buildings, etc., 

res s e cor Jellerson and Webster. 7. 
Manning Martin, iiler, Swift & Lockwood. 
-Manning Peter J., lumberman, res n w cor Jiatcs and Van 

]3uren. U. 
]\Iannion Martin, lab, e s Emerson st., near Water. 4. 
^ranslield Harry, butcher, res n s ]\[onroe, bet Fayette and 

Harrison. "Z. 
Mapes S. ]f., jeweler, res 8th, bet Lincoln and Union aves. 3. 
Mapels Charles, cooper, res s s Throop, cor Mason. G. 
Marcey John L., engineer, res n av cor Lyon and AV'ebster. \S. 
Marcott Joseph, lab, res 807 n (h-anger. u. 
-Marlette liichard, insurance agent, res s w cor Adams and 

AVash'n. ;}. 
.Marrow Alexander, student, bds A. Marrow. 
Marrow Anthony, hil), res William blk, junction Cross Koads 

and w s AVasli'n. 3. 
.Marshall, David, wks and bds 0. P. Barber. 
Miii'sball Miss Jane, adopted J. J. (xould. 



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SAGINAW CITY DIUECTOllY. 347 

Marelmll Miss Louisa, bds Mis. K. A. Monroe. 

.Mursbiill ]\Iatliew, appr J. E. Loxlie. 

Marshall Matthew, tinsmith, Avks Cook & Loxley. 

.Marshall Thomas, Gardner, res cor Hamilton and Farley. 5. 

>rarshall "William, lab, bds J. Brown. 

Martin Mrs. (wid), res s e cor Lyon and AVebster. 2. 

•Nfartin Amos, carriage-maker, res o s n Wash'n, bet Jefferson 

and Madison. 9. 
Martin A., carriage-maker, wks William Louis. 
Martin Casper, elk, bds Plattei^'s House. 
.Martin Miss Frederica, wks N. S. Wood. 
Martin George, elk, J. E. Adams. 
.Martin Jcra S. (Burleson & ^lartin), bds Taylor House. 

]^Iartin James P., elk, J. W. Dawson, bds . 

•Martin James S., asst book-keeper, D. H. Jerome & Co., res 

Harrison, cor cross-road. '2. 
Martin J. S. (Harvey & ^Martin), bds Taylor. House, 
^[artin Julius, sawyer, res w s Bond, bet Miller and Throop. o. 
Marvin John G., supt Blanchard's mill, res e s Hamilton, bet 

Throop and Millard, [i. 

Workiiih'iucii'N Oiitlit'H at ITI. Ac II. Koch &. CoN. 

Martin Mat., wks AV'right, Tipton & Co. 

Martin Mathcw, foreman, res n e cor Bond and Throop. 4. 

^[artin Mrs. M. G., groceries, i)rovisions. Hour, and feed, n 'w 
cor Afonroe and AValer, res same. (J. 

Afartin Kobert ])., book-keeper, ]Mrs. M. G. iMartin, bds same. 

-Martin Spencer, attorney-at-law and insurance agent, res 
Adams, bet Bond and Porter. 

Martin & Raymond (S. & F.), attorneys-at-law, office Andre 
block, oi)p Taylor House. 

Martin Spencer, attorney and insurance agent (Martin & Ray- 
mond), res cor Adams and Bond. 3. 

Afarz John, propr Sherman House, Water, bet Cass and Van 
Buren, res same. 4. 

Marz John, beer hall, w s Water, bet Cass and Van Buren. 
res same. 4. 

ilason Alfred A., elk Wells, Stone & Co., res cor Oakley and 
Madison. 

Mason Frank A., elk Wells, Stone tS:. Co., bds A. A. Mason. 

Mason Sanford, retired farmer, res 411 Oakley, cor Madison. 4. 

Matthew lu'itz, bds J. La I'lenr. 

Mathews (ieorgu G., eating iu)uso at railroad depot East Sag. 
depot, res s s Union uve, w of 8th. Ji. 

.Mathews George W., railroad restaurant, (jleneaee, at East Sag- 
depot, res Union ave. ;*. 



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^lathews Jamos, shoemaker, W. McKath. 

]\Iatouriu Miss Josephine, lives Moses Lefebvrc. 

Mattas Conrad, drayman, res n e cor Jackson and Oakley. 'Z. 

Mattes Konrad, drayman, res cor Jackson and Oakley. X\ M\ 

Matnrean Moses, lab, res J510 Mackinaw, nr Caroline. 3. 

^^laturen Andrew, painter, res 33 Andre, cor Franklin. H. 

Maurer , 114 Andre, absent. ^ij 

]\Iaxim Gordon, rivermau, res e s Harrison, bet Stevens and -tj 
Waller. J>. |J 

Maxwell Thomas, carpenter, res s s Union ave, w of l:ith. 7. :|i 
]\Iay v., wks (i. F. AViilianis & Bros. .-:'^ 

j\Iay J., wks Wright, Tipton & Co. 1 

May jMiss Jessie, wks with Mrs. J. A. Sutton. I 

JMay John, res "w s Oakley, s of Miller, ti. '■ 

May Samuel, elk, Avks Ilenry Bernhard, bds Taylor House, 
ilayer Frank, wks drug store. ^ 

.Mayhew Miss Augusta, wks AV. S. (Ireen. 
-\Iaynard John S., elk Taylor House. 
Afayo Oust, mason, res \v end Ames. 3. 
McArdle liernard, res n w cor Fayette and Clinton. 
McArthur iliss Julia, wks Hazard & Harvey. ■#! 



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IntcrviCAV the "Boss" €I»tliiers, IJttle JuKc & Co. 

McAuley Cass, wks K. liust. fl 

McAuley ^[urdick, :;aloon, w s Water, bet Franklin and ,,:% 
Court, res same. .1. 

McAuley Patrick, lab, res e s Mason, bet Clinton & Monroe. 3, 

McAustin R., wks AVright, Tipton & Co. 

McBeth John, rivermau, res w s u Oranger, bet Ames and 
Jelferson. 

McCall Miss Jane, printer for W. J. Ilea. 

McCarron, John, land-looker, res n e coi- Lyon and Granger. 4. 

iMcCarthy Andrew, street-car driver, bds Hodge House. 

McCarthy Edwin, lumber inspector, bds Charles Burlson. 

McCarthy John, rivermau, bds City House. 

McCarthy John (■., bds Hodge House. 

jMcCarthy John W., wagon-maker, bds Hodge House. 

McCarthy Itliss Maggie, house-keeper Taylor House. 

.^^cCarty Louis, Bhip-carpenter, res s s Eleanor, w of Washing- 
ton. ^. 

McCarty ]\lrs. Mary (wid.), res 001 Monroe, cor Andre. 9. 

-McCall Mrs. Catharine, wks A. B. Paine. 

McColm Archibald, wks C. L. Curtis. 

McColough John 1)., bds Mrs. T. M. Humphrey. 

McCulleu Joshua, rivermau, res e s Porter, bet Mackinaw and 
Van Hureu. *.*. 



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McCnllen Thomas, riverman, res Dearborn, send Hamilton. 2. 
McCulloch Bros (Hugh and James), groceries, provision, flonr, 

and feed, s w cor Harrison and Lyon. 
McCnlloch Francis, lab, res n e cor Webster and Stephen. :!. 
McCulloch John, engineer G. F. Williams. 
McCnlloch Thomas H., res n w cor Harrison and Lyon. 
McCnllough John, engineer CK F. AVilliams & Bros., res e s 

Porter, bet Cuss and Van Buren. 10. 
McCully Frank, baggageman J., L. & S. V. K. R., res av s 

Porter, bet Madison and Monroe, y. 
McCnmber George F., horse trainer, bds Laurin A. Bennett, 
McDermott Miss Annie, Avks Brock way Honse. 
McDernett James, bds Exchange. 
-McDermott J., wks Wright, Tipton & Co. 
McDermott Miss Maggie, home with Samuel S. Smith. 
AfcDon aid Angus, lab, bds Eailroad Hotel. 
McDonald Barney, porter Taylor Honse. 
McDonald Bernard, porter Taylor House, res Chesnut. 5. 
ilcDonald James, ship carpenter, res Waller, cor Webster. 2. 
M ^fcDonald James H., bookkeeper T. Xester, bds ^Irs. Stone, s 

if Wash'n. 

The Cjircat Pupiilur Clothing II0118C of Kovit &. €0. 

McDonald John, teamster, bds E. Smith. 

DcDonell ]\Iis3 Flora, Avks Thomas M. Hubble. 

^fcDoll Patrick, wks G. F. AVilliams & Bros. 

McDongall Hugh, lab, res w s Harrison, bet Glinton and 

Throop. (J. 
McDongall John, wks G. W. Davis. 
McDowell John, wks G. L. Burrows. 
ifcElgunn Patrick, lab, res 807 Van Bnren, cor Bond. 

McElgunu , bds with Wm. A. Clark. 

McFarlin Francis, lab, res Lincoln ave, nr Tth. 3. 

McFarlin John, lumberman, res 402 Porter, cor A'"an Buren. 3. 

McFarlin Robert, lab, bds City House. 

McGilvory Ani^ie, wks G. L. Burrows. 

McGlon liHss Katie, wks R. Purmort. 

^[cGlon James, lab, res s w cor 1-lth and Lincoln ave. 8. 

McGraw John, lab, bds Railroad House. 

McCh-egor James, machinist, res s e cor Water and AVayne. 7. 

McGuinn Edward, butcher, res e s Harrison, bet Miller and. 

Throop. 2. 
McGuire James, lab, res w s Fayette, bet \'an Buren and 

Mackinaw. ~. 
McGuirc James R.. clerk C. L. Benjamin. 
Mi'Guirc John, bds ^li>'. S. M. lluin|)hn'y. 

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;3oO s.VGiJsAw crrv dihectouv. 

Mclntyre Angus, log-sctiler, res 407 JJonu, bet Madison and 

Jefferson. 3. 
McKay Duncan C, blacksmith Wriglit, Wetlierell & Co., bds 

E. Davis. 
McKay Miss Maggie, chambermaid Frankhn House. 
McKell Alexander, foreman A. W. Wright & Co. salt blk, res 

110 Oakley, bet Court and Franklin. 2. 
McKeller John, lab, Tittabawasee. 
McKenney John D., land-looker, res No. 012 n e cor Adams 

and Granger. Ji. 
McKell Thomas, mason, bds A. McKell. 
McKinley William, lab, res e s Harrison, bet CHnton and 

Throop. 5. , J 

McKinnon Archibald, lumberman, bds Brockway House. * 'S 

McLaughlin Daniel, riverman, res w a Granger, cor Ames. 2. % 
McLanghlin Daniel, foreman, wks Alexander Andre. ,'! 

McLaughlin Patrick J., riverman, res s e 4th, cor street n of '\ 

State road. 3. «1 

McLaughlin Thomas, bds Hiland Peck. ^1 



Little Juke &. Co., ^ViMiicr Block. 

McLean A. E., agt E. S. & St. C. P. P. depot, bds Taylor House. 
McLean Pobert, street commissioner, res 1307 AVash'n, cor 

Perry. 7. 
McLean Mrs. Margaret (wid), res 1301 Wash'n, cor AVayne. ' 
McLcod David, lab, res w s Payette, bet Tliroop and Miller. '}. 
McMahon John, lab, bds William H. Jose. 
McMahon Thomas, lab, bds Pail road Hotel. 
McMannis John, lab, bds AVilliam H. Jose. 
McMeaghey Thomas, lab, bds Pailroad Hotel. 
IMcMullan Miss Catharine, Avks Mrs. Ellen O'Neil. 
McNaught John, bds Kerby House. 
^McNeil John, hack-driver, bds Brockway House. 
McParlin James (aged), lives John McParlin. 
McParlin John, lumberman, res n w cor 4th and Union ave. 5. 
McPeak Miss Kictie, waitress Taylor House. 
McPeak Miss Lizzie, waitress Taylor House. 
McPeak Miss Maggie, chambermaid Taylor House. 
^McPeak Mrs. Margaret (wid Pichard), res s s Union ave., bet 

ath and Wash'n ave. 7. 
^tcPeak Miss Mary A., head waitress Taylor House. 
McPIIEE WILLIAM II., Merchant Tailor, Andre blk, 

lluniilton, bet Court and J-Vanklin, res e s Oakley, bet 

Ames and Madison, (i. 
McPhillips Hugh, foreman Sturtevanl, Green & (!o.'s mill, res 

J 401 Wash'n, cur I'erry. 7. 



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.>fcl'hillii)s James, cooper, wks Stiirtevant, (Jrceii &. Co 
McQueen Daniel, bds Dunbar House. 
Mc(^ieeu James K., lab, res DOS Oakley. J 
McQueen James, lab, res ^v s ]Jay, nr Fair (J round, a 
h .>fc(,)ucen J., wks VVright, Tipton & Co. 
f McQueen Kobert, bookkeeper, res Harrison, cor Webster 4 
McQuifr^an John, lab, wks K. Porteu« * ' 

•McllATH WILLIAM, boots and shoes, w s Water bet 

:Mackina\v and Van l^uren, res 807 cor Bond 
McKay R, lab, bds Railroad Hotel. 
McTavish Angus, tailor, wks JJobei't 8. Speck. 
3rc'J'avish J. C, bds Kerby House. 
McWilliams Archie, sawyer, res 1)01 Harrison. ;5. 
Meade Mrs. Orpha, bds Henry SI. Stark. 
Meier John, lab, res w s Bay, nr n end. 
Meisah Frederick, lab, bds (irand Itapids Hotel 
-Mcister AV'illiam, clothier, AVuter, cor Tranklin. res Water 5 
Mcdlrum John ])., l)]acksmith, res on Ames> bet Oakley and 
iuason. 3. •' 



Koch & Co., ftemv>cc St., opposit e ISaiieroft House. 

Melster Auo-ust, carpet weaver, res '>0r. Oakley, bet Adams and 
Cass. 

-Melster l-Vrnard, lab, bds A. Melster. 

.Nfelusky J., wks (J. F. Williams & IWos. 

Afelvin (George, wks 0. ]). Little, bds same. 

Mercer John, bds Mrs. S. jAf. Humphrey. 
I I :Meriam Isaac, riverinan, res e s (Jrangcr, bet Lyon and Jack^ 
I i son. ;j. 

Mei'o Leonora, wks E. (J. Andre. 

Merow Miss Minnie, wks W. H. Kniflin 

Merrill N W., frt agt S. V. & St. L. I{. B., res St. J.ouis, M. 

^lernll ihomas, lumbcrnnn, res 1208 s AVashiugton. { 

Merritt Lawrence, lab, bds Eiferley's Hotel. 

Mertz Henrietta,, wks E. M. Taylor. 

:\ressner Baptist,' wks (;. F. AVilliams & Bros. 

Method Miss Ida, wks Taylor House. 

:Method Miss Mary, laundress Taylor House. 

Mettelstedfc Christe, lab, res w end Throop. ti. 

"^[eutner Miss Mary, home with Dan. P. Eoote. 

Meyer lAtrs. Claroline (wid), lives ^V. Heins. ;j. 

Meyer Frank, druggist, bds Hugli Wesener. 

Meyer J. (leorge, music teacher, res -107 Harrison. 2. 

Meyer John P., lab, r(>s w s Porter, bet ]\riller and Throop. 5. 

J^Ieyer Otto, lab, bds l'\)urtli Ward Hotel. 



SAOINAW CITY DIUKCTOHV. \% 



;^^eyel•s iliss Catharine, wks ]i. M. Damon. 

Meyers Mrs. JIannali, dressmaker, Wasli'ii, l)et Madison and 

Monroe. :l. 
^Meyers John, hds A. Jirust. '^ 

Meyers William, bds IJupp House. * 

Michael ({eorge, lab, res Florence, s s Cienesee. ."». '; 

Michael John, lab, res Florence, s Genesee. T). 
Micholichet X'rank, carpenter, res w s Mason, bet Jackson and ' 

Jiyon. ."). 
Mickcl John J., engineer Osmers' mill, res Florence, s Genesee. 5. 
Miesler Eobcrt, lab, res nr n end German Colony road. 10. 
Mikolaiczik Adam, lab, res s s ^Mackinaw, bet Granger and 

Porter, -t. 
Milladur AVilliam, drayman, res cor Ames and Andre. T). 
Miller Albert, lab, res w s 5th, w of Bond, Little's add. 4. 
Miller Charles C, dealer in lumber, sash, blinds, etc., mill cor 

Jeiferson and AVater, res s w cor Ames and Oakley. 8. 
.Miller Charles U., barber, shoj) n s Cross road, cor Lyon, bds 

parents. 

Miller Mrs. Dora (wid), res n s Lyon, bet Fayette and . (J. 

Miller Miss Frances, home with John Callam. 

Little Jake & Co., <*lSossi" Clotliicrti of the State. 

]\liller Fred, lab, res s s Queen, nr Salt. 3. 

Miller Frederick, lab, ])ds (irand Rapids Uotel. ' ■ - 

^Miller Harvey, teamster, res n s East Saginaw road, bet 13Lh 

and lltli. 0. 
MILLEll HENRY C, meat market, Harrison, cor :\racki- 

naw, res same. '2. 
]Miller Hiram L., real estate dealer. •^. 
]\Iiller James, bds I\. Hinds. 

Miller John, lab, res w s Bond, bet Clinton and Throop. ;>. 
Miller Miss ISIora, wks l{ev. 0. J. Perrin. 
Miller Norman, dealer in real estate, res w s AVashington, bet 

Fayette and . ."). 

Miller Orrin G., lab, res n s AVilliams, bet Hamilton and 

Washington, -l. 
Miller Philiii, carpenter, res s e cor^Iackinaw and Oakley. 3. 
^liller Theodore, steward Tcutonian Society, hall w s Fayette, 

bet Court and Adams. 
Miller Mrs. W. M. (wid), res 300 n Washington, cor .letlerson, 

absent. ;l. 
]\Iillett Frank D., engineer, Shaw & Williams' saw mill, res w 

s CarroUton road, nr J'\ & P. M. crossing. \. 
.Mills ]\liss , bds H. M. Rogers. 



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SAGINAW CITY DinECTOUY. 353 

Mills Emma, wks Solomon Gillett. 

Mills Joseph, bds J. Kaynor. 

Mills William, lab, bds 0. Newman. 

Milligan G. S., carpenter, bds Charles Wilcox. 

Milligau John, wks Wright, Tipton & Co. 

Milligan John, bds Dunbar House. 

.Milligan John, teamster, res n e cor Clinton and Porter. J?. 

Milne Miss Isabella, home with William Callam. 

Milnea James, blacksmith, les e s 4th, bet State road and Lin- 
coln avc. a. 

Miner Charles, wks A. Burrows, bds American House. 

Miner Paul, carp, res s s Clinton, bet (rranger and Porter. 4. 

Mitchell Charles H., salesman Wheeler it Wilson 8. if., bds 
505 n Lafayette. 2. - 

Mitchell Miss JMinnie, lives H. II. Potts. 

Mitchell Nahum, lab, bds li. Porteus. 

Mitchell Thomas, lab, res w s King, s of Dearborn. '>. 

Mitchell Thomas, edger, wks Swift & Lockwood. 

Mitchell William, bds Hupp House. 

Mitner Miss Lizzie, wks E. Davis. 

Mittlestat C, wks AVright, Tipton & Co. 

II. &; II. Koch &. Co. arc llie Great Popular Clothicri^. 

Mitts AVilliam, bds J. Brown. 

Mnentcner Ilenrv, laborer, res e s Bond, bet ilillcr and 

Throop. 4. ' 
crunch Frederick, carpenter, res w s Webster, bet Mackinaw 

and Van Buren. ;}. 
]^Iunk Carl, lab, bds John Stewart. 
Munson Lewis L., lumberman, res 1301 s Hamilton. ',). 
Mnnson Nelson, physician, res Fayette, cor Stevens. 3. 
Mulzahn Charles, lab, res Andre, near Adams. 3. 
Munger Miss Rebecca, wks J. J{. Cook. 
Mnro George, lab, works Alexander Andre. 
MURPHY & CONLEY, Syracuse House, Music Hall, w s 

Water, bet, Adams and Cass. 
]\[urphy Cornelius, bds Exchange, 
^[urphy Jeremiah, lab, bds Pailroad lEotel. 
Mnrpliy John, blacksmith, shop n w cor Harrison and Cross 

lioads, res 705 Harrison, bet Jackson and William. 0. 
^lurphy John, bds W. Cowan. 
Jfurphy John, bds J. W. Brown. 
Arur])hy Thomas, mason, res w 8 Water, bet Adams and 

Court. 2. 
Murphy Thomas, lab, bds Eiferley's Hotel. 
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354 SAQINAW CITY DIRECTORY. 



MuiTiiy 3Iiss Jennie, Avorks with Ifoyal 11. Stephens. 

^Murray Luke, bds AV. Cowun. 

Murray Miss Maggie, wks J. Hay. 

MuHigau Josepii, lab, bds John Espy. 

Mj'er John, lab, bds Rupp House. . '/ ' 

Myres Joseph, lab, bds Railroad Hotel. '■ 

Mazervie William, cooper, bds J. C. Hart. 

]\Ioiles Henry J., carpenter, res Gtli, nr State road. 5. 

MoinVilliaui, druggist, u w cor Court and Hamilton, also at 

junction of Wasli'n and Cross roads, res w a AVebster, bet "' 

Madison and ilonroe. 5. V 

Moller Henry, carpenter, res s e cor Throop and Bond. 4. 
Mondross lienj. N., lab, res s w cor Harrison and Stephens. 4. 
MONITOR LIME WORKS, Charles Wen ks & Co., prop'rs,, -^ 

^v s AVater, cor Hayden. ''% 

MONROf] MRS. KATE A., Lady Thorn's Saloon, e s ^ 

AVater, bet Court and Franklin. '^ 

Montgomery (Jabriel, shoemaker, res 20G n Granger. 2. 
Moor Louis ¥., shoemaker, res e s Porter, bet Jackson and ' 

AVilliams. 3. 
Moore A., wks Swift & Lockwood. 

Palroiiizc th e "Boss" Clothiers, Little Juke & Co. 

Moore Frederick, bds Henry Young, s s Queen, nr Salt. ; 

Moore AVesley, riverman, bds C. Schmither. • ,,. ( 

Moore AVilliam, riverman, bds C. Schmither. ' I 

Moore AVilliam AV., elk, res w s Fayette, bet Janes. 7. 

^loore AVilliam AV. 

Moore AVilliam AV., elk J. AV. Dawson, res w s Fayette, s of 
AVilliams. 

:N[oores, E. J., grocer, cor Hamilton and Adams, res Granger, 
bet Court and Adams, o. 

Moores Ernst J., grocer, res 107 Granger, bet Adams and 

Court. 5. 
Morehouse Jcssup, lawyer, res cor Ames and Mason. 4. 
Moreau Autoine, wks (r. F. AVilliams & Bros. 
]\Ioreau Peter, wks G. F. Williams & Bros. 
Morgan AVilliam P., dentist, res 208 AVebster. '3. 
Moritz George H., carpenter, res 404 Granger. 7. 
Moro James, lab, wks Alexander Andre. 
I\IoroYic Charles, lab, res Union ave, nr 4th. 10. 
Alorrisey Thomas AV., lab, bds J. Barnes. 
lAIorrison AVilliau), lab, res w end Throop. G. 
Morrow James, lab, res e s Bay, nr Fair Ground. 
Morse M. A., dealer in ready made and custom clothing and 
gents' furnishing goods, res Chicago. 



SAGINAW CITY DIHECTOUV. 35i 



Moss David (col), bds ]Jen Johnson. 

Moss "William, lab, bils ]\Ioses Deliule. 

Moss AVilliani I., mechanic, res Eleanor ave, w s Wash'n. 5. 

Mowers Miss Martha, wks T. Mitchell. 

MOYE CHARLES, butcher, market cor Franklin and Ham- 
ilton, res same. G. 

iloye William L., grocer, e s Hamilton, bet Court and Frank- 
lin, res cor Franklin and Harrison. 

>roye Wm. L., grocer, res n w cor Harrison and Franklin. 6. 



N. 



Nash Mrs. Annie E., wks G. S. Gush man. 

Nash Charles H., lab, res ii s Mackinaw, nr Bond. 

Nathan Nathan, clothier, merchant tailor, etc., Nathan blk, e 

side Hamilton, res same. 2. 
Nanandorf Minnie (wid), res No. 1205 Cass. 5. 
Neals Frank, lab, res s s Cass, No. 1301. 3. 
Neeringer John P., potter, res end 3d, nr Wash'n. 4. 
Nelson Ellas, bds liupp House. 
Nelson John, teamster, res s e cor 10th and Lincoln ave. 5. 

M. & II. Koch & Co., the Clothicr§. 

Nermer Christian, wks Sturtevant, Green & Co. 

Nester Patrick, lumberman,, bds Brockway House. 

Nester Thomas, dealer in pine lands, logs, and lumber, office 

Nathan blk, e s Hamilton, mill nr Keese station, D. & B. 

C. 11. U., res cor Fayette and Monroe. 8. 
Nettletou Joseph, carpenter, res 303 Bond, bet Ames and Jef- 
ferson. 7. 
Neustadt Kudolph, dealer in groceries, etc., n Hamilton, bet 

Ames and Franklin, res Hamilton, bet Court and Franklin. . 
Neustadt R. & Co. (R. Neustadt and Nathan Wolfe), dealers in 

groceries, etc, n Hamilton, bet Ames and Franklin. 
Neumann Theodore, shoemaker J. F. Brand, res 20U Oakley, 

bet Cass an'd Elm. 
Newell E. C. & Co. (partner noi known), dealer in books and 

stationery, Hamilton, bet Court and Franklin. 7. 
Newell Henry, cook, Exchange. 

Newman Augustus, lab, res s s Lane, e of Carrolton Road. 7. 
Newman Orrin, carpenter, res 407 n Granger. 5. 
NEWRICK TirOMAS W., groceries, provisions, IIG Porter, 

cor Adams, res Adams. See advt. 3. 
Newton Henry A., lumberman, res 1202 Fayette. 4. 
Newton & Smith, lumbermen, No. 4 Miller blk, Sag. City. 



350 HAGINA.W CITY BIRECTOUY. 

Nincdorf Charles, lab, res State road, near Cross road. 3. 

Nixon John, lab, e s Harrison, bet Miller and Throop. 3. 

Nixon Hobert, lumberman, bds Ih-ockway House. 

Noble George B., lumberman, res 1108 Fayette. 5. 

Noel John, sliip-carpenter, res w s 5th, bet Congress and 

Union avcs. G. 
Nortell Ilichard, teamster, res 800 Oakley, bet Miller and 

Throop. i. 
Nortliup F. W., wks Hardin & Co. 
Northrup Harvey S., wks Biese, Lelmo & Co. 
Northrup Henry F.. book-keeper, res 408 Franklin. 3. 
Norton Edward L., lab, bds Leonard C. Conn. 
Notter I^Iiss Mary, wks D. IJ. Ketcham. 
Nugent James, bds liupp House. 



O. 



Oathouly James, lab, Railroad Hotel. 
O'Brien David, bds Hupp House. 
O'Brien John, wks Sturtevant, (Jreen & Co. 
O'Brien John W., lab, res s s Queen, nr Salt. 4. 

Little Jake &, Co. HJnderscIl Everyboclj. 

O'Brien Miss Sarah, wks Mrs. N. Goodsou. 

Ochenchile Theodore, lab, wks Swift & Lockwood. 

Ochenkile George, edgcr, wks Swift & Lockwood. 

Ochenkilc AVolf, lab, wks Swift & Lockwood. 

O'Connor John, lab, bds 1\ McAuley. 

O'Connor Miss Margaret, wks H. A, Newton. 

O'Connor Patrick, bds Saginaw Valley House. 

Odaska Eudoljih, lab, wks Swift & Lockwood. 

O'Donnell Patrick, bds SaginaAv Valley House. 

O'Donnell Rosa, housekeeper Rev. R. Vandcrheyden. 

O'DONNEL >VILLIAM A., groceries and provisions, s e 

cor Hamilton and Van Buren, res s e cor j\Iason and Van 

Buren. 4., 
Offentock J., wks Wright, Tipton & Co. 
Ogden Miss Lizzie, lives T. Jerome. 

Ogilvie Alexander, lab, res AVater, bet Clinton and Throop. 4. 
O'Grady John, shoemaker, res s w cor AVebstcr and Jetfu. 0. 
0'(Jrady AVilliam, foreman J. F. Williams & Jkos., bds City 

][ouse. 
O'llarn Thomas, bds Saginaw Valley Hotel. 
O'Haro Edward, lab, res Florence, s Genesee. 3. 
Oil land Lewis, lab, bds Francis Boyden. 



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SAGINAW CITi' DIRECTORY. 357 

Ohman AVillium, salt-boiler, bds F. Dingier. 

Ojc Louis, ship-carpenter, res w s n Granger, bet Clinton and 

Throop. 2. 
Olan John, fireman, wks Sturtevaut, Green & Co. 
Olan Lewis, wks Sturtevant, Green & Co. 
Gland John, sawyer, bds Henry Young, s s Queen, near Salt. 
Olin John K., lab, res w s Harrison, cor Miller. 3. 
Oliver Thomas, conductor, J., L. & S. V. R. R., bds Mrf. M. 

11. Prentiss. 
Omenske Miss Augusta, Avks G. Rupp. 
O'Neal Daniel, lab, res Florence, s Genesee. 5. 
O'Neal ;Mrs. Mary, cook, Taylor House. 
O'Neal Thomas, bds D. O'Neal. 
O'Neil Mrs. Ellen (wid Laurence O'Neil), milliner, Court, bet 

Hamilton and AVashington. 3. 
O'Neil John, wks Burleson & Martin, bds Brockway House. 
O'Neil John, lab, res 5th, near State road. 3. 
O'Neil Morgan, lab, res c 8 Porter, bet ^liller and Throop. 4. 
O'Neil Patrick, riverman, bds L. Keno. 
Oneil AVilliam, res e s Washington avc, bet State Road and 

Lincoln ave. 5. 

I^owetit i*rice» at ITI. &. II. Koch & €o'n. 

Opfergelt Christe, res s Hamilton, s of Adams. 3. 

Ochsankehl Jacob, lab, res w s Elm, nr Greenwich. G. 

Orr Alexander, hither, res v/ s AVeljster, bet Stevens and Wil- 
liams 8. 

Osborne Robert, landlooker, res 007 w s Portel', bet Clinton 
and Monroe. 0. 

Ostrander James, painter, res n e cor Wasli'n and Saginaw. 1), 

Ostrauder Robert, lab, res s s Queen, nr cor Salt. 5. 

Ostrom Sylvester C. J., physician and surgeon, ofRce Williams 
Block, w s Washington, junction St. Louis plank. 

Ott Henry, lab, (i. F. AVilliams & Bros. 

Ott Lewis C, elk, wks Benjamin Greer, bds Kerby House. 

Otteseke Willi\im, lab, res w s Bates, bet Cass and Van 
Buren. 5. 

Ottersky Miss Lena, wks P. H. Ketcham. 

Otto Fred., shoemaker, res Adams nr ]iond. "I. 

Otto Frederick, shoemaker J. F. Brand, res cor Oakley and 
Adams. 

Otto Henry, lab, res s c cor (Jass and Clmrles. 3, 

Otto Miss Sophia, wks Hiram S. Tipton. 

Ouny Henme, lab, wks Swift & Lockwood. 

Ouny ]\Iinebis, lab, wks Swift & Lock wood. 



358 SAGINAW CITY DIUECTOUY. 

Oweus Barney, lab, res s AVater, s Dearborn. 2. 
Owens John, teamster, res e s King, n of Dearborn. 7. 
Owens Miss Maggie, chambermaid Taylor House. 
Owens Miss Margaret, lives B. Owens. 
Ozier Eli, barn boy, btls E. Smith. 

P. 

Pachuth Fred, head piler, Barnard & Binder. 

Pagels Christian, res 005, bet Jackson and Lyon. 3. 

Paine A. B., lumberman, res w s Wash'n, bet Adams. 5. 

Paine Asa II., lumberman, res cor Ames and Wash'n. 5. 

Paine Henry, bds E. Davis. 

Paine Otis, bds E. Davis. 

Paine Mrs. J. A. (wid), lives N. S. Wood. 

Paine ^Mrs. V. A., lives A. B. Paine. 

Paine Veeder W. (V. W. & V. B. Paine), lumberman, res e s n 

Fayette, bet Ames and Jefl^n. 3. 
Paine Veeder, lumber inspector, res cor Court and Webster. 4. 
Palmers Miss Clara, bds Elijah St. John. 
Palmer Miss Cybil, bds Elijah St. John. 

One Price to all at Little Jaiio &, Co's. 

Palmer James, cooper, wks Swift & Lockwood. 

Palmer Frank A., printer, "Republican," res w s Webster, bet 
Ames and Franklin. 3. 

Palmer Miss Jane, dressmaker, res 802 Franklin, cor Porter. 1. 

Palmer Miss Jane, res 802 Franklin, cor Porter. 

Palmer James, cooper, res 1st, cor s Division. 3. 

Palmer John, elk, wks Benjamin Greer. 

Palmer Mrs. Louisa (wid), res 50G n Wash'n. 3. 

Palmer Miss Phoebe, bds Miss Jane Palmer. 

Palmer Smith, cashier, res 108 n Wash'n, cor Franklin. 2. 

Papst Miss Kate, wks City House. 

Papst Miss Mary, wks City House. 

Parker Augustus, lab, res e s Porter, bet Jackson and Wil- 
liams. 5. 

Parker Mrs. Catharine (wid Wm,), res w s Fayette, bet Brew- 
ster and Miller. 3. 

Parks Charles, lab, bds Grand Rapids Hotel. 

Parks Horace L., lab, res w s Woodbridge, bet Lyon and Jack- 
son. 3. 

Parks Henry, bds Exchange. 

Parks James, lab, res w s Porter, bet Mackinaw and Lyon. 10. 

J'arry Philip (D. U. Jerome & Co.), res Wash'n. 



SAGIKAW CITY DIRECTORY. 359 



Parson Aaron A., dealer in real estate, res cor Clinton and 
Wasli'n. 0. 

Parsons Isaac, real estate dealer, res 208 s Harrison, near cor 
Ames. 3. 

Parsons Isaac, architect, wks Fred. AV. Ilollister. 

Partenfelder Andrew, shoemaker, bds H. Partenfelder. 

Partenf elder Henry, wareiionseman depot, res GOO Adams, cor 
Granger. 

Pascall John, cooper, bds J. Ward. 

Passow Cliarles, res n s East Saginaw lioad. 

Patterson E. A., wks Wright, Tipton & Co. 

Patter Frank E. (Thompson, Camp & Patter,\ res n w cor 
Harrison and Madison. 3. 

Patton James, cooper, J. AYard, bds same. 

Patten James R. (col.), lab, res s s Queen, near Salt. 3. 

Pattengill Kcv. AV. AV., pastor Baptist church, bds E. G. Bab- 
cock. 

Patterson John, carpenter, res s s Union ave., w of 13th. 0. 

Paxson E. B., book-keeper, res s e cor Granger and A'"an 
Buren. 4. 

Pearson E. II., book-keeper Tittabawasee Co. 

Only one Price at M, &. II. Koch & Co's. 

Pearson James II. (Wright, Tipton & Co.), res Chicago, 111. 

Pearson Robert, lab, res u e cor ^lonroe and AVebster. 3. 

Peck Edward L, book-keeper D. II. Jerome & Co., bds D. II. 
Jerome. 

PECK HILAND A., boarding house and restaurant, Abater, 
bet Ames and Franklin. 7. 

Peck Miss Minnie, with AV. S. Green. 

Pecor Nelson, lab, res s s Tiiroop, w Harrison. 3. 

Pechett Alexander, lab, bds Orellas Tuttle. 

Pedden John, pass, conductor J., L. & S. R. R., res n s Clinton, 
cor Harrison. 4. 

Peirce George, engineer, bds Ililaud Peck. 

Pellett AA''m. B.', foreman, AVright, Tipton & Co., res e s Ham- 
ilton, bet Throop and Millard. 3. 

Pellissor Gustave, bds J. LaFleur. 

Pellot Miss Barbara, wks C. 1). Little. 

Pellot Mrs. Hannah S. (wid), res cor Fayette and Throop. 4. 

Pellot Miss Kate, wks C. D. Little. 

]*ellot Geo., cigar-maker, J. Knapp, res Throop, cor Harrison. 

]*enaletoa Amos , bds Charles Burleson. 

Pendleton Nathan AV., bds E. M. Taylor. 2. 

Penlield Charles, hd), bds Brock way House. 



360 SAGINAW CITY DIRECTORY. 



IVnoycr James N. (Penoycr and S(. John), res w s Uamson 

bet Jeflersou and l^Iadison. 3, 
Peuoyer & St. Jolin (James N. renoyer and Elijah St. John), 

druggists and stationers, e s Hamilton, bet Court and 

Adam. 
Perham Charles 13., lab, res w s Harrison, bet Clinton and 

Monroe, o. 
Perham M. Lafayette, lab, bds C. 13. Perham. 

Perham , ^ks Wright, Tipton & Co. 

Perkins Sanford S., supt iSaginaw Street IL K. Co., and 'Bus 

line, res 307 Jackson, cor Fayette. 7. 
Perkins Stephen M., foreman S. S. It. Jl. Co., bds s s Perkins. 
Perrin James W., lumberman (Edwards & Perrin), ivs n w 

cor Wash'n and , 3. 

Perrin l{ev, Oliver .J., jjrtBiding elder Saginaw district, Meth- 

odiftL denomination, res o s Webster, bet Madison and 

Monroe, J, 

/''T/y Cl//t;'l<'«, will, l/oilr;', re« r>10 Cakhy, Let Madison and 

AI(*jifO('. a. 
I'crry Cyril, rivernnm, bds 13. Longo. 
Perry ISIapolcon, wks Swift & Lockwood. 

Lurg^cst Stuck in the State at L.iltle Jake's. 

Perry Philip, hardware merchant, Washington, cor Brew- 
ster. 3. 

Perry , res cor Brewsler and Washington. 

I'esenecker Andrew (aged) and wile, lives M. Pesenecker. 

Pesenecker Michael, carpenter, res 107 Porter, bet Adams and 
Court. 5. 

Pesha Airs. Mary (wid), res Florence, s Genesee, bi. 

Peter Wm., car repairer, res AV. S. Madison. 4. 

Peters Miss Flora A., with II. H. Peters. 

Peters Homer H., book-keeper AVells, Stone 6c Co., res e s 
Hamilton, between Monroe and Throop. 3. 

Peterson P., wks C. C. Crosscup. 

Pettapiece AVilliiim A., ship carpenter, res s o cor Bond and 
Franklin. -1. 

Pettengill I{ev. W. AV., paslor Baptist church, bds E. (1. Bab- 
cock. 

Pettis Mrs. Martha, wks J. Irwin. 

Petty David, lumber-inspector, res Adams, nr AVebstcr. 3. 

Phelan Daniel, res (510 (Jninger, cor Jackson. 3. 

Phillips (Jeorge, bds Ed. AVarner. 

IMiinney John C., bookkeeper Ketcluim & Bro., bda D. B. 
Ketcham. 



SAGINAW CITY DIUECTOUY. ?,0l 

Pickands John D., bookkeeper Biillentiiie & Co., res s a Lin- 
coln live., cor 5th. 2. 

Pickelman George, lab, bds City House. 

I'ierce George, engineer, bds J. Kaynor. 

Pierce Richard S., sliingle sawyer, res e s IJond, bet Miller and 
Throop. G. 

Pierce Sani'l E., mason, res 802 n e cor Mackinaw and Porter. 4. 

Pierson Mrs. Martha, wks li. Hinds. 

Pincombe John, bricklayer, res 1008, cor jSIason and Macki- 
naw. 2. 

Pinder Charlie, blacksmith, bds with Wm. AVorden, 

I'itts John, lab, bds Fourth Ward Hotel. 

Pluga Mrs. Minnie, wks A, T. Putnam. 

Plaga Rodolph, lab, wks Swift & Lockwood. 

Plaga Robert, lab, res s w cor Jackson and ilason. 10. 

Plagey Emma, wks Geo. A. Baker. 

Plamp Charles, lab, res w s Madison, nr East Town road. 2. 

Plant Stephen, teamster, res 1502 Mackinaw, nr AVoodbridge. 4. 

Plente Edward, lab, bds A. Lefevre. 

Phitte Theodore, prop. Platte House, n Hamilton, bet Jefferson 
and Madison. 2. 

n. &. II. Koeh & Co., the Mcrcliunt Tailors. 

Plattenbark John, lab, depot, res w 8 !N[adison. 3. 

I'lcssner M. C. T., i)hysician, office Ritter's block. Water, res 
cor ^Monroe and Webster. 9. 

Platz Valentine, carpenter, res w s AVebster, bet Cass and Van 
Buren. 2. 

Plunkett Robert, engineer Grant's Mill, res Florence, w Gen- 
esee. 3. 

Pluss William D. (cripple), res n e cor Bond and Williams. 0. 

Poetter AVilliam (Rose «fc Poetter), res s a .South Division 
! Moore's Add. 8. 

Pohl Henry, cabinet-maker, res Cass, Ko. 403. 8. 

Polgel Charles, Itib, res Bay, near n end. 4. 

Porter Asahel, mariner, bds Shaw Colman. 

Polika John, lab, bds L. OJe. 

Porter David, lab, res w s IJond n of Miller. 3. 

Postofficc, Saginaw City, Hamilton, bet Court and Franklin. 

Porteous Robert, boarding-house, s Hamilton, cor Jackson. 8. 

Potter Ann (wid. Sarah), with James Bray. 

Potter Fred ][., banking and exchange oflice, res s e cor 
Adams and Fayette. 4. 

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Potts Harvey, lumberman, office Clark blk, Water, cor ' 
Franklin, up stairs, res w s AVebster, bet Jefferson and 
Madison. '2. ,4 

Potter Louis, wks Saginaw Barrel Co., bds S. J. Hitchcock. r« 
Powell Miss Augusta, wks "with Jacob AV. Stinchfield. , |, 

Powell John, aged, lives 11. Engel. />; 

Powell John, larmer, res 309 Bond, cor Jefferson. 7. J.V 

1*0 well ^liss Tiny, wks Aaron A. Parsons. i -f 

i*oxou Elisha B., bds Geo. A. Baker. ; r 

Praeni Fred, lab, rca A'an Bnren, near Mason. 4. Pf 

Pratt H. E., cabinet-maker, B. T. Smith, bds Franklin House.^* 
Pratt John, ^vks Swift & Lockwood, bds Henry Young, s s 

Queen. 
Pratt Peter, lab, res o s Hamilton, bet Madison and Monroe. 9^(■- 
Preclier Joim, mason, bds H. Koepke. 
Preim Henry, lab, res s e cor liates and Van Bnren. 3. 
Preim John, lab, res s w cor Bates and Van Bureu. 3. ■ |;|| 
Prentiss Mrs. M. II. (wid), res e s Webster, bet Van Buren and ^ 

Cass. 
Preston Frank, mason, res 509 Williams, cor AVebster. 4. 
Price Author, barbar, wks Charles Griese. 



\o Buiitcriii;? at Brittle Jukc'8. 



Price James, lab, res s Hamilton, s Jackson. G. 

Price (col), bds Ben Johnson. 

Prieur Dominique, lab, res n w cor AVayne and AVebster. 

Prieur Joseph, dealer in lumber, res cor s e State and Elm. 7. 

Prior C. A., bds Hodge House. 

Prosser Harrison, engineer, res w s Harrison, cor Miller, 2. 

Pryer Cliarles A., salesman II. M. Kogers, bds Ostrander, 
AA''ashington. 

Purcelle Peter, lab, bds Orellas Tuttle. 

Purdy Gabriel, deputy sheriff, res e s n Fayette, cor Throop. 2. 

Purdy Mrs. Sarah-George, res with G. Purdy. 4. 

Purdy AVilliam, lab, bds K. Porteus. 

Putnam Albert T., brick manufacturer and dealer, res Cll Fay- 
ette, cor. Adams. 3. 

Putnam Miss Emma, vest maker, wks Joseph Beach & Co. 

Purmort Ilyman F., millwright, AVater, s Mackinaw, res cor 
Mackinaw and AVashington. 

Purmort Racine, city treasurer, res n c cor Franklin and Fay- 
ette. 8. 

Purtle ;Miss Mary, wks Kerby House. 

Pyc AVilliam, lab, res s AVater, s of Dearborn. 2. 



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Queea Charles, lab, res e s Bond, bet Miller and Throop. 3. 
t^uinn John, lumberman, res 407 Oakley, bet Ames and Madi- 
son. 3. 
Quiun Thomas, lumberman, res 903 Madison, cor Bond. 2. 



R. 



Rubbyt John, riverman, bds A. Brown. 

Kadeke Maxwell, engineer, Miller's planing mill, res 305 Bond, 

bet Ames and Jeiferson. 3. 
Hademacher Casper, lab, bds Platte's House. 
Kadke Charles, wagon-maker, shop n w cor Harrison and 

Cross roads, res cor Jackson and Bond. 4. 
Kadtke John, lab, res s w cor Bates and Cass. 5. 
Hac George, bds Exchange. 

Kaimor Joseph, lab, res s w cor East Saginaw road. 4. 
liamuols John, lab, res s s East Saginaw road. 5. 
J{aple , ship-carpenter, res e s Bay, n of East Saginaw- 

road. ] 0. 

Only unc Prioe at M. A. II. Koch &. Co'h. 

Uappleyea Perry, lab, res w end Throop. 3. 

Kasmuss Christe, bar-tender, P. Krogmann, bds same. 

Kiissce John, lab, res e s Mason, n of Adams. 7. 

h'athbun George li., sawyer, res w s Payette, bet Saginaw 
f I and . 2. 

Kathborae George G., setter, Swift & Lockwood. 

Kaymond Frank, book-keeper and insurance agent, res Adam,, 
bet Harrison and Webster. 2. 

Raymond Frank, book-keeper. Dr. Bass, bds John B. White. 

liaymond John, ship-carpenter, res e s Oakley, bet Monroe 
and . 7. 

REA WILLIAM J., photographer, s s Franklin, cor Water, 
up stairs, res same. 

Kcan Miss Rose, dressmaker, bds Charles Burleson. 

Reardon Miss Maggie, waitress Taylor House. 

lieardon Michael, lab, res w s Carrollton Road. 4. 

Jlcdman Michael, grocer, res n w cor Harrison and ifadison. 4. 

Reed William, bds Miss Jane Palmer. 

Redman Michael, grocer, cor Hamilton and Jefferson, res Har- 
rison. 4. 

Reed George, machinist, res w s Jefferson, bet Clinton and 
Monroe. 2. 

IC'i d JumobK., mochunic, resnriu-nd (ierman Colony Iload. 4.^ 



;3G4 SAGINAW CITY DIRECTOKY. 




Jlced Lymau R, iiainter, res e s Oakley, bet Monroe aud i- 

. 4. * ' 

J{eed Nathaniel, bds Jane Palmer. 
Keed William W., lab, bds L. R. Reed. 'r^ 

Kcemshnider Jliss Augusta, home with Mrs. Augusta Beehler.^: 
Heemshnider Miss Eninia, home -with Mrs. Augusta Beehler. ■ 
Rcerashiiider iliss ^limea, home Avith Mrs. Augusta Beeliler. < 
Reese John, brakeman, bds J. Kayuor. J; 

liei|uay Roy, wks 0. L. Curtis. % 

RcilF Miss Lizzie, wks 0. P. Barber. -'"^ 

Reilt'Miss Lizzie, wks J. Jerome. - 

Remcr Charles, lime kiln, res e s Mason, bet Lyons and Mack- 
inaw, o. 
Remer Christian, limu burner, btls J. Remer. 3. '.'^ 

Reimer Frederick, teamster, res ii w cor Lyon and Oakley. JJ. 
Remer Joachim, lime burner, res w s Granger, cor Lyon. 2. 
Reimold Christian J., machinist, res s w cor Granger and Jef-? 
ferson. ii. ^1-- 

Reinig John, lab, res n w cor l;ith and Union. S. ' J 

Reins AVm., propr CITY HOUSE, 50G Harrison, bet Lyon 

aud Mackinaw. 3. 
Reiteuborn "William, bds (J rand Rapids Hotel. 

Riilervicw llie "Boss" Clothiers, L,ltlle Jnkc & Co. 

Rcnigade Robert, lab, res w s Carrollton road, G. ' ' 

Reunels Miss Sarah, lives J. ilcCullough. 

JJeno Lewis, riverman, res s e cor Water and Perry. 3. 

Reno Oliver, lab, bds J. IE. Gray. 

Reno Peter, lab, bds Calvin G. Cookson. 

Rethmann Jnlius, harness-maker J. W. Richardson, res e s Oak- 
ley, bet Van Buren and Mackinaw. 4. 

Rettmann Julius ¥., harness-maker, J. W. Richardson, res w s 
Oakley, bet Mackinaw and Xim Buren. 

Reumer Anna, wks J. Coleman. 

Rcvoir Charles, bds Grand Rapids Hotel. 

Reynolds Henry, lab, bds S. E. D. fSheltraw. 

Reynolds Jesse, lab, bds S. E. D. Sheltraw. 

Reynolds Walter, carpenter, bds 8. E. U. Sheltraw. 

Rexford Miss Maria, sales-lady, Herman Goldsmith. 

lihines Maggie, wks J. G. Wheeler. 

Rhodes Oscar C, saw-filer, Burt's mill, res sc cor lUtli and 
Union avc. 3. 

Rice Albert , elk, wks Gardner U. Gould. 

J{ice Bernhardt, deputy sheriff, res ^07 Bond, bet Adams and 
(Jass. 4. 



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SAGINAW C[TY DIUECTOUY. 365- 

Kice NicLolas, retireil, res s e cor Waller and AVashlngtoii. 11. 

Hice Miss Susie (col), wks C. Rich man. 

Hicer Joseph, lab, res w s Queen, near Salt. 5. 

Rich Edwin, engineer, s s Adams, cor Mason. 'Z. 

Hich Hichard, lab, res n e cor Adams and Mason. 10. 

jjitjli , lab, wks Saginaw Barrel Co. 

j{ichard Frederick S., carpenter, res n e cor Clinton and 

Porter. 2. 
Richards Miss Emma, wks W. A. Williams. 
Richards George, elk, E. N. Briggs, bds Franklin street. 
Richards William A., elk, Williams Bros., bds S. B. AVilliams, 
Richardson James, house-painter, res w s Porter, bet \'an 

Buren and ilackinaw. 4. 
Richardson John, painter, res n w cor (Granger and \''an 

Buren. 2. 
Richardson John AV"., harness-maker, shop s Hamilton, res 502 

n Hamilton, cor JIadison. 2. 
Richnian Charles, hotel-keeper, Farwell, res 20G n Wash'n. 
Richman Mrs. Charles L., res 206 ii Wash'n. 
Richman Ed., teamster, bds E. Smith. 

]{ichter August, carpenter, res No. 12US n e cor liatcs and 
Cass. 0. 

I!I. &, II. Kocli &, Co., the l^enderN of Fuslilon. 

RIENHART SHELDON, PHYSICIAN, (cclec) oHice cor 

Court and Jlamilton. 
Rics Conuurd, lab, res Throop, cor liorder. ;3. 
Riese Emil, merchant tailor, s s Court, bet Hamilton and 

AVater, res w s Harrison, bet Cass and Van Buren. :l. 
Riese Frederick, lab, res n e cor Lyon and Oakley. 3. 
Riese Herman (Riese, Leline & Co.), res n e cor llamilton and 

Jackson. 2. 
Riese ;^^is3 ^tary, works Robert S. Speak. 
Riese, Ijelinc & ("o. (Herman Riese, Paul Leline, Rudolph 

Ganschow), wagon and carriage manufacturer, shop e s 

Hamilton, btt Jackson and Lyon. 
i Riley Bernard, engineer Farmer Bros., bds Valley House. 

Riley Charles, brewer, res w s (Jerman Colony Rroad, n of 

Pleasant. 3. 
Jiiley Rev. James, pastor Methodist church, res Lincoln avo, 

bet 7th and 8th. 2. 
\ ^ Riley James, land-looker, bds A. l^IcTntyre. 

Kiley John G., engine overseer, bds Joseph L Burnham. 
Riley Russell, lab, bds Anthony Gaum. 
Riley Thomas, bds Exchange. 






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360 SAGINAW CITY DIRECTORY. 



Kimmele Bernard, baker J. P. Wagner, bds same. 

llimmele. Charles, wks aud bds W. L. Moye. 

Kimmele Iguatz, saloon, Harrison, bet Mackinaw and Lyon, 

res same. G. 
King Eleazer J. (Ring & Rust), res e s Wasli'n, n of Farley. 5. 
RINGLER EIKIENE, drug store, Uaniilton, Wiener blk. 
King & Rust (E. J. Ring and Rust), lumber manufrs, 

mill Porter's Station, .S. V. & St. L. R. R.. office Taylor 

House blk. Court. 
Rinn Plielix, lab, res u s Lincoln avc, bet 7tli and 8tii. 7. 
Ripley E. C, lumberman, s w cor Franklin and Wash'n. 7. 
Ripley IVfrs. ISIary A., bds R. Purmort. 
Risiey Edward, mason, res No 802 n w cor Mackinaw and 

Porter. 2. 
RitterMiss Anna, tailoress, wks Henry Barnhard. 
Roacli Jas., captain barge "Ajax," res nr w end Mackinaw. 5. 
Roberts Miss Adeline, lives G. Daliarsli. 
Roberts (ieorge C, carpenter, res No 910 Oakley. 3. 
Roberts Isaac S., carpenter, bds Albert Harvey, 
lioberts Richard, carpenter, res 40G Bond, bet Mackinaw and 

Van Buren. 3. 

Utile Jake & Co., ^ViHiier Block. 



Roberts Robert, lab, res e r of AVebster, cor Saginaw. 5. . 

Robinson Angus, lab, bds Railroad Hotel. 

Itobinson Joseph, lab, uks Saginaw Barrel Co. 

Robinson Joseph H., livery, res e s Hamilton, bet Mackinaw 
and Van Buren. 

Robinson Thomas, lab, bds Railroad Hotel. 

Robinson AVilliam R., livery and boarding stable, n e cor Ham- 
ilton and Van Buren, bds Franklin House. 

Robertson Richard, wks Hardin & Co. 

Roby William, lab, res nr Elm, e s J., L. & S. R. R. 3. 

Kociv Clinton U., shoemaker, res w s Andre, bet Court and 
Adams. 4. 

Rockwell Thomas, baggageman J., L. & S. V. R. R., bds F. A. 
Palniei". 

Rockwood Frederick, lab, res w s Madison. 1). 

Rodka William, lab, Avks Swift & Lockwood. 

Roe George, lab, res Monroe, nr Oakley. G. 

Rocser Otto, Judge of Probate, res 305 s Harrison. !). 

Roeske Fred, lab, res Elm, nr (Ireenwich. 4. 

Roethke Charles, foreman drill house, Barnard & Binder. 

Roetlike Alexander, brewer, brewery n w cor Water and X., 
res ess Hamilton, s of AVayne. 2. 



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SAGINAW CITY DIKECTOKY. 3G7 

Kofer Michael, wks Sturtevanfc, Green & Co. 

Uogers 11. M., dealer in musical instruments and mdse, e s 

Wash'n, res 507 Jeff'n. 2. 
Hogers !Marsells D., operator J., L. & S. K. II. depot, bds Lewis 

U. Stone. 
Kolph James, lab, bds F. St. Dennis. 
Uomeike llerman, groceries and provisions, Mackinaw, cor 

Cross road, res same. 7. 
Uombs Miss Veronicka, cigar-maker E. Scheurmann, ^Irs. J. 

McKern. 
Roney Edward, bds AV. Cowan. 

Hoot Almond S., lab, res cor Harrison and Miller. 3. 
Uoso Clias. F. (Rose & Poetter), res u w cor Cross road and 

Williams. ^•. 
Rose Fredrick W., lives C. F. Hose. 2. 
HOSE JOHN, came to America in 1846j moved from Detroit 

to Saginaw in ISoo, now prop'r " Eose's Brewery," brewery 

and res cor Fayette and Throop. See advt. 5. 
Rose & Co. (Charles F. Hose, William F. Poetter), groceries, 

provisions, flour, and feed, 206 Williams, cor Cross road. 
Rose Alexander, lab, bds Ilodge House. 

Kocli & Co., Genesee St., opposite Bancroft House. 

Ross Hugh, lumberman, bds Hodgo House. 

Rothke Carl, lab, res Salt, near King. 2. 

Rotka Mrs. Augusta, works with AVilliam F. Lange. 

Rourke Thomas, wks Gas Co., bds Kerby House. 

Royal Robert, express messenger, bds Mrs. M. Prentiss. 

Rowe J. W., shoemaker, wks John Gaensbauer, res Ames. 

Rue Albert, bds R. Hinds. 

Rugenstein Sophia (widow), home with Wm. Rugensteiu. 

Rugenstein William, lab, res s w cor Bond and Mackinaw. 3. 

Rukeyser Hugo, bds N. Nathan. 

Rummer Jlrs. Mary, wks A. Brust. 

Runnell Frank, wks Saginaw Barrel Co. 

HUPP GEORGE L., prop'r Rupp House, s w cor Ames 

and Water. See advt. 7.; 7 
Russell A. D., ship builder, bds Taylor House. 
Russell Charles, lab, bds Anthony Gaum. 
Russell John, ship carpenter, ros 1103 Clinton, cor Mason. 7. 
Russell William, lab, wks Saginaw Barrel Co. 
Rust A. & Co. (Amasa Rust and ), salt and lumber 

manut'rs, mill and wks Bay Citv, otlice Tavlor House blk, 

(.'onrt. 



3CS SAGINAW CITY DIRECTORY. 

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Rnst Amasa (A. Eust & Co., Butmau & llust. Rust, Eaton & 
Co.). office Taylor House blk, res 507 Adams. 5. 

Kust, Eaton & Co. (Ezra Rust, James Hay, Augustin S. Gay- 
lord, Amasa Rust, Daniel ). 

Rust Ezra, lumbermau, res 200 Harrison, cor Cass. ;}. 

liust & llay (Ezra liiist and James Ilay), dealers in gang- 
sawed lumber, office Taylor House blk, Court. 

KUTIIFORD J. IJ., dealer in confectionery, foreign and ' 
domestic fruit, n Hamilton, bet Court and Franklin, res '^ 
n e cor Mason and Tbroop. G. t-; 

Jlyan John, wks Sturtevant, Creen & Co. .f 

Ryan John, bds Dunbar House. V 

Ivyan John, bds ^Mrs. Lewis Julian. ':§ 

Ryan John, bds J. E. Brady. 

Rylott ]\liss Lydia A., wks and bds S. E. J). Sheltraw. 

S. 

Saenger Daniel, bds A. Lefcvire. 
Utile Jake &, Co., "■ Boss " 4JlolIiier» of the State. 



SAGINAW BARREL Co., cor Water and Emerson, or 
rather Salt, s e of Dearborn. E. Haskin, pres ; Wm. 
Jiinder, supt; A. E. R. liralev, cash'r ; N. Barnard, H. ;' 
:\[artin, W. Wheeler, Martin, H. A. ]}allentiue. Brooks & . 1 
Adams, J). "Waters, stockliulders ; C. A. Lee, foreman; i'j.l 
manuf're a large variety of bent work, cheese boxes, meas- "i*''' 
nres, tobacco j)ackages, etc. -K l 

Saginaw Clue Works, co"r 4tli and Congress ave ; Nathaniel B. 
Rice, Charles 0. Garrison, prop rs ; opened Aug 15, 1873. T ' 

Saginaw Water Works, e s Water, foot of Eranklin; George J 
L. Burrows, chief engineer; Frederick G. Clifton, latr-f'' 
engineer; AVilliam Poyliu, 2d engineer; Edward Rickery,-^;- i 
fireman; Richard Rickery, lirenian. ' 

Saginaw Republican Printing Office, w s s Hamilton, bet Adams 
and Court, F. A. Palmer, editor and publisher. 

Saginawian Printing Office, foot of Franklin, cor AVater, Geo. .1' 
A. Lewis, editor and ]iroprietor. ' ( 

Saftner Miss Catharine, wks William Moll. ( 

Sago Charles, lab, res e s Porter, bet Jackson and AVilliams. 3, | 

Salisburg Alfred, musician, res cor ]\Ionroe aiul W'ash'n. 3. ■ 

Saloner Miss Kate, wks AV. .Aloll. 

Saloner John, wks Riese, Leline & Co. 

Sammot Aaron, brewer, res 001 lEarrison. 2. 



SAGINAW CITY DIJtECTOUY. 3(J9 



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Samuel 13enj.,Avk3 Sliaw & Williams, res w s (JiUTollton lioad. G. 
Sanborn Harry II., lumber iiis))eetor, res u s I'^rauklin, bot 

Bond and Oakley. 
Sanborn John A., lumber inspector, res n e cor Franklin and 

Oakley. A. 
Sanders Ilyram, bds llcnry Vounf^, s s (^ueen, nr Salt. 
I \ Sandouskey Harmcn, lab, res Greenwicb, nr Elm. 4. 
Sanford Clustave, lab, res Harrison, s AValler. U. 
Sargent Andrew J., sliipping elk AVright, Tipton & Co., res w 

s Woodbridge, nr Clinton. 5. 
Sargent AVilliam, blacksmith, bds Calvin G. Cookson. 
Sark August, bds Henry Young, s s Queen, nr Salt. 
Saunders Ebcn Vi., insurance agt, res e s Webster, bet Ames 

and Jefferson. U. 
Saunders James, painter, bds Kerby House. 
Saunders James, res ISOI^i s Hamilton, f). 
Saunders James E., fireman Barnard & Binder. 
Saunders Jose])h, picture frames, stationery, cigars, tolmcco, 

etc., 70G Franklin, bet Granger and I'orter, bds parents, 

cor (Granger and Franklin. 



igei 

Fine Fiiriiifiiliiiii; (i<oods< at M. & II. Kocli & Co'ji. 

Saunders AVilliam, janitor, res 201 n Granger. Ji. 

Savage ]Mathew W., propr Savage Hotel, Water, cor Perry ; 

grocery in connection by ]\[rs. Savage, -i. 
Sawatzki William, lab, res w s (ierman Colony road. 0. 
Sayers Thomas, millwright, res TOl n Granger, cor Clinton. 7. 
Sayers AVilliam, elk J. Saunders, bds parents, cor Clinton and 

Granger. 
Sayles Armenia Mrs., home with A. Maturen. 
Sayles Miss Georgiannie, dress-maker, bds A. Maturen. 
Scanlon Daniel, wks Sag. Barrel Co., res c s Hamilton, bet 

Mackinaw and Van Buren. 9. 
Scanlin l'\, lab, Avks Sag. Barrel Co. 
Scanlin James, wks Sag. Barrel Co. 
Scharo Alexander, lab, res State road, nr fair ground. G. 
Schauper John, lab, res Lyon, w AVoodbridge. G. 
Scheib Chas., elk Scheib & Co., res c s Granger, cor Stevens. 4. 
Sclieib Gottleib, gardener, res n s Waller, w of AVebsler. 0. 
Scheib Julius, elk, bds cor Stephens and AVater. 
Scheifcr Frederick, brewer S. & S., bds Chas. Schonheit. 
Schefnerer Joseph, dep'y sheriff, res Court, bet Andre and 

Bates. 5. 

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1370 SAGIXAW CITY DIllKCTOKY 



SCHEMM & SCHONHEIT (John CJ. Schemm and Charles 

Schonhcit), prop'rs City Brewery, e s Iluniilton, bet Mil- ^ \ 
lard and Brewster. See advt. ^' '• 

SCHEURMANN EMIL, cigar manuf'r, n s Franklin, bet t I 
Hamilton and Water, res e s Wash'n, bet Jeff'n and Mtid- • M i 
ison. 7. m ' 

SCHICK GEORGE, ]Iarmonie Saloon, n s Franklin, bet ^ 
Hamilton and AVash'n, res same. 2. f 

Schick John B., city recorder, res cor Bates and Court. 11. 

Scliiel Carl, lab, res w s Madison. 2. 

SCHIllMER EDWARD, CIrand Eapids Hotel, w s AVater, 
bet Adams and . G. 

Schlenk Peter J., lab, res 200 n Granger. 3. 

Schlicr Maggie, wks A. liust. 

Schmack Ferdinand, lab, res 313 Greenwich, w of Bond, Little's 
add. 10. 

Schmicking Lewis, shoemaker, res w s Water, bet Adams and 
Mackinaw. 4. 

Schmidt August, lab, res n s East Saginaw road. 

Schmidt Adolph, lab, res w end Throop. G. 

Schmidt George, copyist, res 013 n c cor Granger and Macki- 
naw. 9. 



l*ntroiii:£C tlic " Uohh » Clulliicrsi, Utile Juke «Sc Co. 

SchmidtJacob.bdsKupp House. 

Schmidt Key. Josepli, Lutlieran minister, res Court, bet Lafay- 
ette and Harrison. 

Schmidt Mary, Avks M. Redman. 

Schmidt AVilliam, lab, res u s East Saginaw road. 5. 

Schmieder John, drayman, res s w cor Mackinaw and Mason. 2. 

Schmilter F., wks Hardin & Co. 

Schmither Christian, riverman, res w s Woodbridge, bet 
Adams and Cass. '2. 

Schmitter Edward, lab, res s s Mackinaw, bet Webster and 
Granger. , 

Schmitter Ferdinand, carp, res s s Mackinaw, bet Webster and 
Granger. 0. 

Schneider John N., blacksmith, c s s Hamilton, bet Jackson 
and AVilliam, res ^Y s AVilliams, bet Fayette and Harrison. 

Schneider , fireman C. Kull. 

Schriber John, lab, res nr Greemvich, s Bond, Little's add. 7. 

Schoeneberg Emil, bookkeeper, Mrs. S. Seylfardt, res s s ('ross 
road. 5. 

Scholtz Joseph, cari)enl,er, n-s a w cor Ames and Welister. G. 

Scholt/ William, lives ('. ('. :MilU.r. 



SAtUNAW CITY DlltECTOKY. ;^71 



Sclioncberg Emil, bookkeeper, res Cross road, iir Stevens. 5. 

Schonlicit Charles (Scbeuim & Schonheit), res e s Hamilton, 
bet Brewster and Millard. 4. 

.Sclirocder Frederick, Avks Barnard & Binder, res 1108 Lyon, 
I I bet Mason and AVoodbridge. 2. 

I j Schreitter Otto, book-binder, cor Cass and Fayette, res adja- 

cent. 

Schrow Louis, lab, bds James "W. Diiffey. 

8chultz Christopher, res s s Lane, e of Carrollton road. 5. 

.Schultz Frederick, wks lliese, Leline & Co. 

Schultz Isaac, cabinet-maker, wks Benjamin T. Smith. 

ischultz Lewis, lab, res e s Carrollton road. G. 

Schultz Minnie, wks S. Martin. 

Schulteiss John, meat market, Perry, e Water, res same. 3. 

Schurr Andrew, driver, fire engine, bds City House. 

Schutt Mrs. Richard, res Andre-st, Gaylord & Parsons add. 3. 

Schwader Charles, violinist, res e s Porter, bet Lyon and 
Mackinaw. 5. 

Schwann Frederick, lab, res AVebster, near Fremont. G. 

Schwhan John P. (Siebel & Schwhan), res s w cor Cass and 
AVater. 

Schwanson Augustus, lab, bds Rupp House. 

Kid Gloves at M. & II. Koeli & Co's. 



Scwarz Miss Hannah, wks George B. Noble. 

.Scott Arulrew, lumberman, res 5U1 William, cor Harrison. 4. 

Scott ]\lrs. Ann J{., ros C!linton, cor Webster. 3. 

.Scott James Mac P. ]i., cutter, N. Nathan, bds Burnham's, 
Washington. 

Scott John, lab, res Ames, near Bates. 4. 

Scott William H., cutter, bds Joseph T, Burnham. 

Scofield Albert, bds A. Brown. 

Scrivner James A., wks J. Robinson, bds Franklin House. 

SCYFFARDT Mrs. SOPHIA, hardware, stoves, and tin- 
ware, e s AVater, bet Court and Franklin, res s e cor 
Adams avid Granger. V. 

ScyfTardt AVilliani, elk Mrs. Scyllardt, bds same. 

Searls AVilliam, lab, res cor Au'ies and Oakley. 3. 

Sears Henry AV., lab, res s e cor WMqi' and Webster. 2. 

ftceley Hattio L., Avks J. E. Loxlie. 

Seeney Robert C, liquor-dealer, AVater, bet Cass and Court, 
res 105 Bond, bet Court and Fninkliu. 5. 

Seidel .lennie, wka Ulrich Slrocbel. 

Seims 'j'lionuin, lab, res AVallcr, c Webster. 3, 

Scmark Horace, lab, res e s ilarrisun, In-t MilU'randTliroop. 2. 



373 .'■JA(aXA\V ( ITY DIUKCTORY. 

Senct August, wks and btls John Koso, 

Sewey JMiss Mary, dress-maker, works Mrs. Melissea J. Kitts. 

Seyfiardt Henry, Avks G. F. Williann i.\: Bros. 

SeyfTurdt Jjcwis, clerk 1". Jtayer. 

Scyllardt ]\[rs. ISo]ihia (will. \V'ni.), res ss Adams, cor Oakle}'. 7. 

►Seymour Alexanilcr, lab, res Un-wster, cor Harrison. x\ 

.Seymour John, ship-earpcnier, res 013 Oakley, cor Clinton. 3. 

Shaddeaw Miss Delihih, wks .James Palmer. 

Shaddaw John, lab, res 703 Oakley. 8. 

Shaddeaw John ]'!, riverman, res 701 Oakley, cor Oh'nton. 4. 

Shaddeaw Oliver, lab, res n w cor Harrison and Clinton. 4. 

Shader Edward ])., harness-maker, res Williams, cor Fayette. 4. 

Shadoia Oliver, tail-sawyer, Barnard & Binder. 

Schafer Frederick I^., n^erohant, Hamilton, bet Cass and Van 

Bureu, res same. 5. 
Shambau Peter, lab, res w s Water, s of Dearborn. 2. 
Shamme John ({., brewer, res n Hamilton, bet Miller and 

Throop. 8. 
Shauagan Miss Mary, waitress Taylor House. 
Shanehan Augustus, bds Exchange, 
Shannon John, railroad man, bds Ilailroad Hotel. 

Little Jake & Co. iJii«lerj>eII Everybody. 

Shannon ]\lichael, lab, res Water, nr J., L. & S. II. 1\. '.). 

Sharpe John, bds J. Price. 

Sharpe Samuel C, frt and ticket agt J., L. & S. and 8. \'. & St. 

L. 11. !{., East Saginaw depot, res s s Congress ave. 3. 
Sharrow Louis, lab, res e s Harrison, bet Waller and Stephens. r>. 
Shatiar John, lab, res e s Harrison, bet Clinton and Throop. 3. 
Shaver Peter, lab, res AV^oodbridge, cor Lyon. 5. 
Shaw Holeman, sailor, res e s lih, bet Lincoln and Union 

aves. 0. 
Shaw Coleman, sailor, res w s Wash'n. See name above. 4. 
Shaw Joseph, lab, bds Joseph Burke. 

ShaAV ]\lrs. J. Ann (wid Joseph), home with Mrs. C. Parker. 4. 
Shaw Joseph E., pres 1st national bank, bds Bancroft House, 

East Saginaw. 
Shaw John E., propr ISova Scotia Hotel, ('ass, bet Haniilton 

and \Vater. 3. 
Shaw, Percival M., commission merchant, dealer in groceries 

and provisions, AVashington, cor (ienesee, w siile river, 

j'es Washington, l^last Saginaw. 
Shawl ]*eler, wKs Slnrtevanl, (Jreen & (a). 
Slieib Alberto. (Slieib t\:; Co.), res e s ilarri.Svin, het Madison 

and jMidiiMc. (1. 



S.VdINAW CITY IJIKECTOUY. 3T3 



SKEIB & Co. (A. Sheib and II. Khuen), deiilers in dry goods 
and crockery, n Hamilton, bet Ames and Franklin. 

Sheib Wm. W., elk, res s w cor Stephens and 'Water. I. 

Shelby J., wks (i. I''. AVilliams i^ liros. 

Sheldon Delos D., elk .lay Smith, bds Harvey &, Hazzard'^j. 

Sheldon ]\liss ^Mary, bds jirockwuy House. 

Shelson Henry, teamster, res e s 7th, bet Congress and Union 
avenues, o. 

Sheltraw Smith E. D., liler, res n e cor Miller and Webster. 4. 

Shepard D. Barton, drover, bds City House. 

Shepard AVilliam, elk, "Wright, Tipton & Co., bds A. D. Smith. 

Shephard John, lab. bds A. ]irown. 

Shepnudcer , deputy sherill'. 

Sheridan Uavy, wks (I. K. Gront. 

Sheridan Peter, wks Wright, Tipton & Co., res 801 Oakley, 
cor Tliroop. 9. 

Sherry Miss JMary, wks Joseph T. Bnrnham. 

Shert AVilliam, lab, wks Swift & Lockwood. 

Shimmons Chailes H., carpenter, bds Thomas Shimmons. 

Shimmons John, wks and bds T. Shimmons. 

Shimmons 'JMiomas, carp, res s w cor J^rtor and Monroe. .') 



B.oticst I'i'i<'t>« at M. A. IB. liotla «k Co'm. 



Shivla Elizabeth, wks Exchange. 

Shivla John, bds Kailroad Exchange. ' - 

Shirltkyl'"'rederi('k, bds J. Stewart. 

Shlosser Cadic, home with Mathew Martin. 

Shlosser Casi)er, , bds Mathew Martin. 

Shoalthouso Erauk, butcher, wks Teter l)i\on. 

Shoemaker John, lab, res with J. Kemer. ;]. 

Shoemaker John, lab, res Mackinaw, nr Caroline. 5. 

Short William, lab, wks Saginaw Barrel C!o. 

Shortel Peter, timberman, bds A. Arquin. 

Shortt Edwin, carpenter, res OOG JLarrison. 5. 

Sliortt (Jeorge W., carpenter, lives E. Shortt. o. 

Shnltz Georgff, lab, res c s ;^[ason, bet ]\lackinaw and Van 

Bnren. 8. 
Shnlt/- Mrs. Jennie, (wid (leorge), res s w cor Mackimiw and 

Webster. 
SHULTiriS (JIOTTLIKB, saloon and res n w cor Granger 

and Mackinaw. (J. 
Shnnniker ^fiss Sopliia, wka J*. Spitz. 

Shult Williauj, lub, res w 6 J\lason, bet Lyon and Jackson. 2. 
Sibney John, bds Saginaw Valley Hotel. 
Sicks Samuel, wks Saginnw Barrel Co. 



371 «A(;iNA\V CITY J)IUKCTOUY. 



Siebel Adolph_, (Siebel & Schwahn), ros s w cor Mackinaw and 
Webster. 5. 

SIEBEL & SCHWAHN (Adolph Siebel, John P. Schwalin) 
restaurant and confectioners, sw corner Cass and Water. 

SigmanoM'sky Frank, painter, bds City House. 

Silsdorf August, res e s Bay. 5. 

Simmons John, bds Ed. Warner. 

SIMON FREDERICK, billiard hall, Water, cor Adams, res 
same. 4. 

Simonson George M., lumber merchant, res cor Court and 
AVoodbridge. 4. 

Simpson Anderson R., shoemaker, Avks W. Twichell, res 411 
Granger, cor Madison. 5. 

Simpson E., lab, wks Saginaw Barrel Co. 

Simpson John, farmer, res s w cor Mackinaw and Oakley. 2. 

Simpson Thomas II., lab, res s w cor Mackinaw and Oakley. 3. 

Simnis Thomas, fireman, wks G. F. AVilliams & Bros. 

Sims John T., lumberman, res 113 Franklin, cor Wood- 
bridge. 5. 

Sipe Harry, police, bdj H. S. Mapes. 

Sire Miss Lucinda, home with Jerrod E. Day. 

One IVice to ull ut Little Juke &. Co'ti. 

Sisco Thomas, wks Sturtcvant, Green & Co. 

Sintzer Peter, lab, Avks Swift & Lockwood. 

Sinigny Adolphc, lab, res Throop av of Bond. G. 

Slawsou David f'Slawson & Bro.), bds E. L. Slawsou. 

Slawsou E. L. & Bi'o., dealers in boots and shoes, w s Hamil- 
ton, bet Court and Adams. 

Slawson Emmet L. (Slawsou t!k Bro.), boots and shoes, res 205 
Granger. 3. 

Slenou Leonard, blacksmith and engineer, res e s Woodbridge, 
bet Lyon and Jackson. 2. 

Sloan Minerva, bds A. McWilliams. 

Smart ('luirles E., engineer J., L. & S. K. 11., bds Brockway 
House. 

Smikin Lewis, shoemaker, works William Kohn. 

Smith Advent, lab, res Throop, near ilason. G. 

Smith Andrew, Avks Hardin & Co. 

Smith Archibald, riverman, res n w cor AV'ebster and Jackson. G. 

Smith Arthur I)., lumberman, foreman Burnliam's Mill, res e 
s Hamilton, bet Clinton and '.riiroop. 4. 

Smith Miss Barbara, Avks (i!. liuj^p. 

Smith Benjamin T., dealer in furniture. No. 32 Court, Taylor 
JFouse block. 



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Smith Benjamin and lady, bds City llonsc, 

Smith Delos L., saloon, AVater, bet Court and Jeflerson. X\ 

Smith Dudley J., lumber merchant, res Court, bet Bond and 
Porter. 7. 
i I Smith Edwin, lab, res n \v oor Fayette and IMiroop. .'3. 

Smith Eli, wks and bds C. C. Croscup. 

Smith Miss Eh'zabeth, lives J. AY. Smith. 

Smith Frank, wks Saginaw Barrel Co. 

Smith George, lab, bds Sloses Delude. 

Smith C. G., lumberman, bds Taylor House. 

Smith Henrietta, wks Edwin Smith. 

Smith Uenry, land-looker, bds Kerby House. 

Smith Israel X., physician, otTice and res No oUI cor u Ham- 
ilton and Madison. 2. 

Smith James, freight agt, res n s Jackson, bet Hamilton and 
AVater. 3. 

Smith J. A., barber, wks Henry Thomas, bds Bates & Adams. 

Smith James AV., riverman, res 608 AVebster, bet Jackson and 
Lyon. 4. 

Smith Jay, druggist, s s Court, bet Hamilton and AYater, res 
AVash'n, bet Cass and Van Buren. 

Only Olio l*rice ut M. & II. Koch Sc €oS. 

Smith John C, tinsmith A. C. Ganschow, bds Edmund Short 

Smith John, saAvyer, res Cross road, nr Stephen. 2. 

Smith John, lab, res n s Throop, nr Harrison. 2. 

Smith John, lab, bds E. Smith. 

Smith John, lab, bds Fourth AYard Hotel. 

Smith John, sawyer 0. F. AYilliams & Bros. 

Smith John (col), barber, res s s Adams, No. 1305. 2. 

Smith Kenneth, bds J. Price. 

Smith -Miss Maggie, waitress Franklin House. 

Smith Miss Maggie, wks Wm. Binder. 

Smith M. A., wks AYright, Tipton & Co. 

Smith Miss Nellie, printer, AY. A. Armstrong, bds with mother. 

Smith Noah, foreman, wks Sturtevant, Green & Co. 

Smith Phineas,' millwright, res n e Monroe, bet Hamilton and 

AYater. 2. 
Smith Robert T., liler, xea Mackinaw, bet Hamilton and 

AYater. 5. 
Smith Mrs. Stephen H. (wid), res w s Harrison, bet Cass and 

Van Buren. 3. 
Smith Thomas, mason, res cor ^[onroo and AYashington. 4. 
Smith Thomas M., wks G. F. AYilliams & Bros. 
Smith Thomas H., lumberman, res No. 808 cor Bond und 

Van liuren. (',. 



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370 tS.VOINAW CITY UIKEC'TORY. 






Smith Thomiis X., lumbonnaii, res u e cor ]3oiid and Cass. 4. 

Smith William, teamster, ^\]<s Alexander Andre. 

Smith AVilliam, teamster, bds John (Jardner. 

Smith William E., wagon-maker, res w s Webster, bet Throop 
and Clinton. 4. 

Smith AVilliam, clerk, J. ]{arber, bds Dunbar House. 

Smith William 11., builder, res 409 n Granger, o. 

Smith William \\., aged, lives A. Smitli. 

Smith AVorden, cooper, res s w cor Ames and Webster. ;i. 

Smith Samuel S., himbernum, res n s Cass, bet Oakley and 
Porter. 4. 

Smitten Miss Agnes, wks Kenben W. Andrus. 

Smyth William E., watcbnuiker and jeweler, Court, opp Tay- 
lor House, res n e cor Adams and Hamilton. K 

Suay Leon, lab, \y s Madison, nr East Towji road. f). 

Snyder Henry, phimber, uks 1). H. Jerome & Co. 

Snyder Henry, blacksmith, res 70;^ Porter, cor Jackson. 4. 

Snyder (ieorge, lab, res c s ]\[ason, s Jackson. 4. 

Snyder (Jeorge, res s e cor ^Madison and 13ond. 4. 

Snyder John, blacksmiih, res AVilliams, bet Harrison and Fay- 
ette. ;. 

E^mrscsi !!»tock in ilie «9iaJc at iLJIIle Jakc'«. 

Snyder Lewis, wks Sturtevant, Crecn Cc Co. 

Sobesky jMichael, bds (Irand Ilapids Hotel. 

Sohns Emich, asst bookkeeper 1st Xational Hank, bds Pliili]) 

Oplergelt. 
Somes iMi.'^s ^May, home with JSewell Harnard. 

Sommers , peddler, bds J. E. Loxlie. 

Sonnanleiler Miss Dora, wks C. Schick. 

Sonthwick Samuel A., elk Kerby Ifouse. 

Sowle ]\liss E., elk }iostotlice. 

SPADZ OEOIK^E, bakery, opp Franklin House, w s, on 

Hamilton. 
Spare Mrs. Johanna, bds Kd. "Warner. 
Spatz (ieorge, bi^kery, Hamilton, bet Cass and \an JJuren, 

res same. 
Spaulding I\li3s Jiouisa, bds Brockway J louse. 
Spcek KobertS., merchant tailor and gents' furnishing goods, 

cor Franklin nudn Hamilton, res s w cor lUh and Union 

ave. y. 
Spencer Dwight S., jtrincipal teacher IV'uoyerscJiool, 1st ward, 

bds Wheaien Carpenter. (IX'U pupils.) 
Sperbeck Henry, lab, res No. UU cor Brewster and Oakley. (J. 
Spit/. Peter, clothier and merchant tailor, Court, bet Hamilton 

and Water, res e s Hamilton bet Monroe and Throop. 5. 



SAGINAW CITY DlltECTOUY. 37; 

Spindlcr George, carpenter, bds 0. 0. I^fillei-. 

iSpra^'iie Miss Jessie, lives K I]. IJunilumi. 

Spran;; lleiii'v, bil.s E\el)aiige. 

.Si|uirc.«5 -Miss Abbie, fctiideut, Uvea X. S. AVood. 

St. (Jliarlea Alexander, lal<, rea corner Fayette and Steven:?. 0. 

8t. Denis, Frank, saloon and hoardincf honse, w s Water bet 
Jefferson and . 4. 

St. John Flijah, druggist, res n e cor Court and I^Iason. 2. 

St. JiCon Henry A., cigar maker, bds Exchange. 

St. Leon Mrs. Leo Medora, actress, bds Excliange. 2. 

Stanbauer John, res 001 Harrison. 2, 

Stapes Charles, elk, Chase city elk, bds 1). C. Chad wick. 

Stafford Lewis (col.), lab, res s a Queen, near Salt. 

Stanton ?.Iiss Carrie, lives A. C. Elwood. 

Stanton Mrs. Abby (wid. Albert Stanton), res No. IMJ, cor 
'Mackinaw and AVood bridge. G. 

Stark Byron G., book-keeper George Lockk-y, bds G. R. Stark. 

Stark Ci. ]{., Inmberman, res s c cor Washington and Jack- 
son. 5. 

Starks Jlarlo, sawyer, wks Saginaw Barrel Company. 

Steinbeur John, wks C. L. Benjamin. 

Stiarlifi and Ties ai M. A: II. Koeli &. Co'f». 



Steinluigen William, carpenter, res e s Bond, bet Lyon and 
Jackson. ']'. 

Sleller Henry, lureman K. II. (or J.) Kuapp res e s Woodbridge, 
bet (!uurL anil Franklin. ;>. 
j I Stcllrecht Charles, carpenter, res n s cor Ames and Webster. (!. 

Stampell Otto, rag and tin peddler, res s s ^fackinaw, bet 
AVebster and Grangei-. 

Stengel (icorge, butcher, 204 n Granger, res SOG Franklin, o. 

Stengel John A., plasterer, res s s Cass, cor Bates, o. 

Stephens Lafayette, lab, bds William IL. Jose. 

Stephens Oliver, cari)enter, res w s Mason, bet Williams and 
Stevens, -i. 

Stephens Kenzo, bds Henry Young, s s Queen, nr Salt. 

Stetson ]\Iaria, home with Sanford Perkins. 

Stevens Chester, elk (ieo. D. King, bds E. E. Burnhani. 

Stevens Mrs. Annie (wid Alonzo Stevens.) Florence, s Gene- 
see. 4. 

Stevens Jerome K., register of deeds, res Adams, nr Webster. 5. 

Stevens Koyal H., call elk ,1., L. &, S. K. K., also keeps boarding 
house, res n s Adams, bet Hamilton and Wash'n. 4. 

Stevenson AVilliam, lab, bds Calvin G. Cookson. 

Steward Charles, shoemaker, res cor Court and AA'oodbridge. 3. 
■IS 



378 sAf.ixAAv cm dirkctory. 



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Steward Martin, sailor, bds Ciiarles Steward. ^ i 

Stewart Alexander, engineer, res Salt, iir King. S. j 

Stewart Benjamin, bds Henry young, s s Queen, nr Salt. » 

Stewart Mrs. Elizabeth (widj, lives E. Stewart. 
Stewart Erastus, lumberman and barge owner, res 802 Macki- '^ 1 

naw, cor Porter. 4. ^ i 

Stewart George, lab, bds A. Brown. 
Stewart James, bds Rupp House. 
StewartJohn, boarding house. 
Stewart John, lab, bds A. Brown. W\ 

Stewart Nathaniel P., captain barge "Sunbery," res n e cor 

Porter and Van Buren. -i. 
Stewart Robert, lab, bds John Stewart. 
Stewart Sampson, sailor, bds E. Stewart. 
Stillman Charles, wks Hardin & Co. 
Stillman William B., engineer, AV. S. Green, res s w cor 

Franklin and Oakley. 2. 
Stillman William F. (Greenhart & Brown), res w s Webster, 

bet MackinaAv and Van Buren. 7. 
Stiuchfield Jacob W., lumberman, res Washington, bet Jeflfer- 

son and Madison. 5. 

^o Baiiteriii;^^ nt Little Juke's. 

Stinfek Fred J., lab, res n w cor Oakley and Van Buren. 5. 

Stinfich Frederick, piler, Barnard & Binder. 

Stingle John, wks Hardin & Co. 

Stoddard Augustus, lab, bds Mrs. Annie Stevens. 

Stoddard Nolton F., pattern-maker, Kinsey & Brand, res s s 

Stephen, bet AVebster and Granger. 2. 
Stobber Frederick, elk, H. Romeike. 
Stoelkel Henry J., baggageman, res w s Granger, near cor 

Mackinaw. 5. 
Stocker Matthias, mason, res s e cor Hamilton and Clinton. 6. 
Stolce Louis, carpenter, res n w cor Fayette and Mackinaw. 4. 
Stone Mrs. A. M., res GOG n Washington. 
Stone Edward' L., student-at-law with Gaylord & Hanchetl, 

bds GOG n Washington. 
Stone Farnham C, merchant, bds Emmet T. Holconib. 
Stone Frank P. (Stone & Gillett), bds Brock way House. 
STONE F. r. & Co., (Frank P. Stone, Joel P. Gillett), 

wholesale and retail grocers, w s Water, bet Adams and 

Court. See advt. 
Stone ]''rank P., grocer, bds lirockway House. 
Stone i\liss Laura, home with Emmet T. Holcomb. 
Stone Lewis W., conductor MAJ. R. II., res n w cor Porter and 

\^an Hurc'ij. l>. 



SAGINAW CITY DlUECTOliy. 379 



Stolfc Charles, lab, res s s East Saginaw road. 3. 

.Stolt Prederick, lab, res e s Bay, n of East Saginaw road. o. 

.Storch Gollep, carpenter, res No. 1706, near w end Mackinaw. 
Alscnt. 

Storck Henry M., farmer, res cor Adams and Andre. 5. 

Storks William, teamster, res 21 n w corner Bates and Cass. 5. 

Storms Miss Eureka, works Alexander Andre. 

Storm Fred'k, wks Swift & Lockwood, res c e State Road, 
near Fair Ground. 4. 

Storm Miss , wks Alexander Andre. 

Storrs S., wks G. ¥. Williams & Bros. 

Stowel Royal, lab, bds Francis Boyden. 

Strable Ulrich, farmer, res w s German Colony road, n of 
Pleasant. 4. 

Straeb Mitchell, lab, bds w s Oakley, bet Van Buren & Cass. 3.. 

Strauve C, wks G. F. Williams & Bros. 

Streater John B., bds Saginaw Valley Hotel. 

Streb (Strieb) Simon, slioemaker, wks John Gaensbauer, res- 
Mason. 4. 

Streeb George, groceries, provisions, dry goods, crockery, and 
glassware, e s AVebster, bet Franklin and Ames, res same. 7. 

Only one Price nt Iff. ^L II. Koch & Co'k. 

Streeb John G., shoemaker, wks John Gaensbaner, res Oakley 

Streep Frederick, marble cutter, bds Rupp House. 

Strecter William, wks (r. F. AVilliams & Bros. 
i i Stroebel John, carpenter, res n w cor Franklin and AVebster. 4. 

Strimbeck Oscar, policeman, res w s n Granger, bet Ames and 
Jefferson. 3. 

Stroebel Ulrich, lab, res cor Ames and Porter. 6. 

Strova Christopher, lab, res cor Jackson and Potter. 3. 

Struve Christian, lab, res n e cor Jackson and Porter. 3. 

Struve John, lab, n w cor Jackson and Porter. 2. 

Stubbs J., time-keeper, bds Calvin G. Cookson. 

Sturtevant, Green & Co. (Isaac Sturtevant, Charles H. Green, 
John Handley), manuf 'rs lumber and salt ; mill and salt 
block nr gas wks ; otfice over 1st National Bank, cor 
Court and Hamilton ; employ 75 men. 

Stutting Henry H., grocery and saloon, cor Charles and Frank- 
lin, res same. 4. 

Sugars John, brakeman, bds Kerby House. 

Siihr Mrs. Darratea, res Maple, w s railroad. 2. 

Sullivan Michael, Avks G. F. AVilliams & Bro., bds Grand Rap- 
ids Hotel. 

Sullivan James, wks Saginaw Barrel Co. 



38U .SAGIXAW CITY DIUFXTOKY. 



Sullivan John, ong-inecr, bds llodge House. 

♦SuUiviUi Owcu, ];il). \y\\:i Veeder Paine. ; 

-Summit Adam, brewer, res I\Iillard, n Fayette. 

Superiiaw Edward, lab, res Florence, w s (Jenesee. 

Snrprlser \{. Lewis, lab, bds Orellas Tuttle. 

Sutherland (iermau, carpenter, res n av cor Adams and 
ilason. o. 

Sutherland Jabez G. (Sutherland A Wheeler), res 801 Frank- 
lin, cor Portei'. 0. 

Sutherland Millard, elk, J. Ji. Kutliford. 

Sutton John, teamster, res 1st, n "Wayne. 2. 

Sutton l\[rs. J. A., res IS'o. 702 cor C'ourt and Granger. 5. 

Sutton Lewis, carpenter, Ijds llodge House. 

Swansou Bengt, lab, wks Annie AW Wright. 

Swarthout John J., elk, B. (leer, res w s IJond, bet C'linton 
and IMonroe. (J. 

Sweazey Miss Ella, lives with (I. Deharsli. 

Sweet Fred B., county clerk, res cor Throop and Wash'ji. 3. 

*Sweet William II., lawyer, res s e cor n Hamilton and Throop. 5. 

■Sweinhait Andrew, carriage-painter, res n e cor Mackinaw 
and AVebster. -1. 



Hiilerview titc ''Boss" C'lolhiiroi, IJlilc Jake & C'«*. 

Sweitz l*(jter, lab, bds Fourth "Ward Hotel. 

tSwift Alexander, manufacturer in gang-sawed lumber, iath, 
and salt, res Cineiniuiti. 

Swill cS:, liockwood {Alexander Swift, and N. S. Loc/cwood), 
manulacturers and wholesale dealers in gang-sawed lum- 
ber, lath, and salt, mill Queen, s e Dearborn. 

♦Swetzer Miss Catharine, wks 11. ('. IMiller. 

T. 

Taft Alpheus, farmer, res Court, bet Mason and A\'oodbridge. '^. 

Tahancy Bridget (wid), home with M. Darling. 

Taigor John, blacksmith, wks Wiley Itobert, w s Water, cor 

Madison, res cor Throop and Mason. :i. 
Taix Edward, lab, res n e cor Munroe and Webster. -1. 
Tallon Thomas, rivernnin, res s w cor Granger and ]\Iiller. 'J. 
Tang John, bds W. H. Knitlin. 

Tarupp Frederick, lab, res n s J!:ast Saginaw road. ,'{. 
M'asuna Jacob, coopei", wks Swift ^ Eockwood. 
Taylor l';(lward M. (Hitchcock A Taylor), lumberman, res i w 

cor J<\yette and iMillcr. 1. 
Taylor J)uvid ]{., train-muster, Jackson division, J., L. & S. V. 

1{. !{., bds . 



SA(iI.\AW CITY DIHECTOliV. 381 



'I'uylor James, bds G. Antliony. 

Taylor John, blucksmitii, res w s, bet ililler and Throop. 2. 

Taylor Joseph, c:irpenter, res e s Bates, bet Court and Frank- 
lin. 0. 

Taylor William, bds K. Hinds. 

Taylor V/illia.n, lab, res w s King, a Dearborn. 2. 

Teatke Charles, carpenter, res w s of AVebster, bet :i[ackina\v 
and . G. 

Tebo Henry, rivcrinan, res Lincoln ave, bet 4tli and Wasli'n. 4. 

Tebo Paskel, ship carpenter, res Cass. 4, 

Telegraph olllces— at J., L. & S. II. R. depot, and tit Taylor 
House. 

Telgc Henry, lab, res w s Fayette, bet AValler and hJaginaw. 4. 

Tennant AVilliam S., att'y, res 413 Madison, cor Harrison. 4. 

'I'eroske ]\[ichael, lab, res Florence, s Cenesee. ."). 

Thayer Charles, lab, res 1301 Greenwich, w of Bond, Little's 
add. 4. 

Thayer Philip, lab, res Greenwich, s Bond, Little's add. (». 

Thayer Susie, bds C. H. Chappie. 

Thayer Sylvester, barber, Andre blk, Hamilton, bet Court and 
Franklin, res Franklin, cor Oakle3^ 3. 

Silk Wrxippers and Drawers at M. & fli. Kwcii A; C'o's. 



Thayre Abert, conductor J., L. & S. It. 11., bds lliland Peck. 

Thayre William, lab, bds Hiland Peck. 

Thibodc Cesar, blacksmith, res w s Harrison, bet Clinton and 

Throu]). 4. 
Thistle Joseph, riverman, bds L. lieuo. 
TMiomas Egbert, peddler, bds J. E. Loxlie. 
Thomas Miss Emily, wks Samuel E. Burn ham. 
Thomas Henry, barber, cor l^Vanklin and JIamilton, res n s 

Franklin, bet Hamilton and A\''ashington. :i. 
Thomas Henry, engineer, tug "Peck," res w s Washington, 

s of J., L. & S. Pv. P. 2. 
Thomas AVilliam, lab, bds A. Brown. 
?Ak Thompson Alexander W., lumberman, res 700 Washington. 3. 
Thompson Samuel C, lab, res 1307 Clinton. 2. 
Thompson (jleorge H., lab, res Union ave, nr 4th. o. 
TMiousand Henry S., salt-boiler, res Stevens, bet Fayette and 

AVashington. 0. 
Thousand Henry, cooper, res n s Union ave, bet 7tli and 8th. o. 
Thomson AVilliam, bookkeeper, Barnard & Jiiudcr. 
j Throop .b]\u)s '\\, draynum, res w s .Alason, bet Throoj) and 

Clinton. 4. 
Thumbolth (Jeorge, lab, bds Anthony Gaum. 



382 SAGIN'AW CITY l;JKKCTOKV 



Thurston Albert, cabinet-maker, AV. I. Tlmrston, res s e cor 3, I 

Harrison and AVayne. 5. \| j 

Thurston William 1., furniture nninuf'r, cor Fayette and ' ' 

Cross road, res w s Webster, bet Stevens and Waller. 2. 
Tibbits Charles A., teamster AVright, Tipton & Co., bds Wm. , 

T. Tibbits. ' 

Tibbits William T., lab, ros Eleanor ave, w s Wash'n. 9. i 

Tiding J*aul, druggist, res over store; Eugene Ringler bda 

same. 5. 
Ties Mrs. Julia (wid), res s Hamilton, cor Van Buren. G. 
Tillepaugh AVilliam, fireman J., L. & S. railroad, bds Ililand J 

reck. 
Tipton Hiram S., hunbcrman, res n Hamilton, bet Bristol and 

Jir<;wfcte2'. :i. 
'lluiLii Jc^Ln, Uh Saginaw Valley lloase. i 

Tinker .Stephen W., mechanic, bds ifcs. 'M. Gotee. i 

Tinker Stephen, sash and door maker, D. Hardin & Co. 
Tinkey Abraham, lumberman, res w s Harrison, bet Ames aud | 

Franklin. AV'ill move to An Sable in one month. 3. i 

Tinklepaugh Jerome, lab, bds James Ostrander. ' 

Little Juke & Co., Winner Block. 

Tittabawassee Boom Co., employed 400 men in tiic month ot 

July, 1873. , 

Tittmar Louis, nnison, res n cor Granger and Van Buren.' 4.. i 
Tobin John ]I., prop Saginaw Valley Hotel, cor Lyon and ] 

Fayette, res same. 2. 
Toomb James, carpenter, res 312 u e cor Ames and Fayette. 4. , 
Tongro (or Tondro), Henry F., upholsterer and finisher, G us- 

tin 13ostwick or D. N. Irving. 
Torongo James, lab, res 704 JMason. 7. 
Torongo Mitchell, wks AVells, Stone & Co., bds John Brown. 
Townsend Charles, lumberman, res s w cor Oakley and 

Monro. 10. 
Tousend Jacob, cooper, res n s AVilliam, s of Bond, Binder & 

Seyfardt's add. 3. 
Townsend James H., ugent Our Fireside Friend paper, bds 

Kobert T. Smith. 
Tracey ]\liss Lizzie, cook Hazard & Harvey. 
Trakat John H., grocery and saloon, 105 Jefrii,*bei Water and 

Hamilton, res same. 1). 
'I'rask Albert, att'y, olliuc llumiltou bet Court and l-'ranklin. 

res s AV cor llapel and J'ine. 4. 
Treat J'^gbert B.,clk 'I'uylor House. 
Trceliouse ]\liehael, bds Grand IJapids Hotel. 
M'rrru Miss ( -hrislina, wUs tl. Tousi'iid. 



SAUINAW C1T\ DlliKCTOKY. 38o 



Tripp Albeit A., cutter Joseph Beach & Co., res cor Court and 

Bates. 4. 
Trier 1)., wks G. R AVilliams & Bros. 
Tripp Edward, bds Albert Tri])p. 
Trier Jacob, ujjright sawyer, G. V. AVilliams & Bros. 
Tripp Jonathan, lab, res e s Oakley, bet I\f iller and Throop. 7. 
Tripp Jlrs. Lucy, hds Albert Tripj). 
Trier Jacob, lab, res Harrison, cor Waller 8. 
Trienr Dominique, wks Barnard & Binder. 
Trombley John, ship carpenter, Cass, near \y end of Miller. 3. 
Trommer John G., dealer in hats and caps, Water, bet Court 

and Franklin, res 20G (Jranger, bet Adams & Cass. 7. 
Tronk Frederick, lab, bds AV. Poettcr. 
Tronk AVilliani, lab, bds W. Poetter. 
Trude Alonzo, carpenter, res 1100 Throop. o. 
Trude Warren M., elk, J. E. Adams, bds A. Trude. ' 
Trudell Richard, lab, bds Mrs. .Susan JM. Humphrey. 
Trumble John, carpenter, res ^filler, near end Throop. 4. 
Tupper Theodore A., teamster, Avks Benjamin T. Smith, res 

G08 n Granger, o. 

Koeli &, Co., <iiciiC!»ec ist., oppoNitc Bniieroft Ilou8C. 

Turner Charles, lumber merchant, office No. 4, cor Conrt, 
opposite Taylor House, res Court and Charles. G. 

Turver Edwin C, mason, res cor Andre and Court. 5. 

Turner Mrs. ]!^mily, home Avith Cliarles Turner. 

T'urner George T\, tinsmitli, res cross roads. 0. 

Turner Joseph, lumberman, bds Asa H. Paine. 

Turver William, mason, bds Edwin C. Turver. 

Tuska , lab, res e s ]iay. 2. 

Tuthill Joshua, coal dealer, res Washington ave, near State 
road. G. 

Tuttle John, carpenter, bds Orellas Tuttle. 

Tuttle John, wagon-maker, res Hamilton. 

Tuttle Orellas, propr T^nion House, cor Franklin and n Ham- 
ilton. 3. 

Tuttle William, farmer, res w s Wash'n, s of J., L. & S. II. li. 5. 

Twichell William A., dealer in boots and shoes, w a Water, 
bet Franklin and Court, res Woodbridgc ave, bet Court 
and Franklin. 3. 

Tynel John E., chief opr J., L. & S. U. \l tel office, bds Taylor 
House. 



;{S4 s.vGixAW »;rrY diuectuky, 



IT. 

Uebcrhageii (Jharles, saloon and barber shop. 40:i Lyon, cor 

Cross road, res same. o. 
lingers AVilliani, bds (Jrund liapids Jlotel. 
Utter Charles C., nuicliinist, res !)U5 Webster, s of Stevens. 7. 
Utter Charles U., machinist, res e s Wasli'n, liet AValier and 

Saginaw. 'L 

V. 

Vaeuer Charles, nuison, res (!reen\vich, nr Elm. (I. 

Van Jh'ocklin Josiah P., root doctor, res ;3(JG w s (Iranger, bet 

Cass and Van IJiircn. 7. 
\"ance Henry, Ininber sealer, res 1301 Wash'n, cor AVayne. 
Yiin Dehaden, (Jeorge, Ibreman J. U;irr's brick yd at Tittaba- 

■\vassee, res same. 
VanderJIeyden Rev. Keineous, pastor St. Andrew's Church, 

res G04 n AVash'n. 
VandcSand Daniel 1'. 1''., teacher ol" the piano forte, head- 

(puirters at JI. A. Walker's S. il. rooms. 
Valiquet .loachim, Feiger House, w s AVatei', bet Cass and Van 

Litlle Jake & Co., "Boss" tlolliiers of the folate. 

]Uiren, res same. :i. 
Vammus Christopher, bar-tendi-r P. II. Krogniann. 
Van ISlorman Jhigene. wks (J. K AVilliams & IJros., bds W. M. 

iraskelj. 
A^'an Norniun Miss Parlyett, wks U. li. Jerome. 
Vanslyke William IL, lab, res ]\[illor, nr w end Throop. ;.'. 
Van AVormer William, cooper J. AVard, res Queen, nr King. C. 
Vauzile Gilbert S., toll collector I\[ackinaw street Bridge, res 

704 Fayette, bet Williams and Jackson. 
Van/Jle Mrs. Nancy (wid), res iOi Fayette, bet Williams and 

Jackson. 
Vauzile Miss Ehoda, res r04 Fayette, bet AVilliams and Jackson. 
Vaugan Miss Agnes, home with William 11. Sweet. 
Vanborn Charles T., dealer in ice, bds William II. Wright. 
VauYolkenburg John, edger, Avks Swil't & Lockwood. 
Veen fleet Ceo. F., co treas new, res cor Jeff'n and Granger. 4. 
Veian John, lab, res n s Greenwich, s of Bond, Little's add. 4. 
Vellto AVilliam, lab, bds ivailroad House. 
Venning Kev. James, pastor .Methodist Episcopal, res w s 

AVashington, bet Adams and Court. G. 
Vent ]\liss Louisa, wks Emmet 'V. llolcomb. 
Vettcr Christian, lab, wks John Backus. 



SAGINAW CITY DIUKCTORY. 3Sl 



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Votter Peter, carp, res, w s Oakley, bet Tliroop and Miller. 5. 
Virgil Charles II., tel repairer J., L. & 8 railroad, res R. 11. 

Stevens, 
Vogle William A., lab, E. Saginaw depot. 
Vogt Amiel, wks II. C. Miller. 

Vogt Egbert, lab, res s e s n Hamilton and Brewster. 3. 
Vogt Jacob, farmer, res e s Fayette, s Perry. 10. 
Vogt William, elk E. C. Newell, bds R. Atwater. 
Vondette Alexander, ship-carpenter, res 1302 Clinton. 6. 
Vondet Victory, ship-carpenter, res s w cor Bond and Miller. 2. 
Voorheis James II., turnkey, res 405 n Granger. 4. 
Voorhees Charles, wks and bds A. Wendell. 
Vorveg John, shoemaker, bds Orclias Tuttle. 
Voyer Edmond, res 208 n Granger. 4. 

W. 

Wachoski Martin, lab, res s s MackinaAv, bet Granger and Por- 
ter. 2. 
Wade Lawrence, lumber inspector, bds N. S. Wood. 
AVagner Charles, wks G. E. Williams & Bros. 

tiioodM Marked in I'luiii Fi^iircH at in. & II. Kocli &, Co's. 

Wager Hiram, engineer, res w s AVashington, shop J., L. & S. 

R. R. o. 
Wagner John P., city bakery, e s Hamilton, ))et Court and 

Kranklin. 3. 
Waits William, wks T. Hunt. 
Waldbauor Geo., bakery w s Water, bet Cass and Van Bureu, 

res same. 7. 
WALDBAUER L0TJI8, vegetable gardener, res Cross road. 
AVallace Jlichael E., lab, res Elorence, s Genesee. 4. 

Wallace , sawyer, bds John Espy. 

AValker Miss Catharine A., Avks John W. Wood. • 
Walker Edward 0., grocer, res 407 Harrison, near ^ladison. 3. 
Walker T. A., barber, shop Court, Hamilton and Water. 10. 
Walker George C, salesman J. W. Dawson, bds E. 0. Walker . 
AValker Henry A., ag't Elias Howo sewing machine, e s AVa sh- 

ington, bet Court aiul Eranklin, res cor Madison and 

Granger. • 

Walker S., wks AVright, Tipton & Co. 
Walker Ransom, lab, bds Albert Ogilvie. 

Walker Theodorick, barber, res cor I'^ranklin and AVebster. 10. 
Wall ]\liss Anna, dress-maker, wks Mrs. Mclissia I. Kitts. 
40 



o8(i SAGINAW CITY DIHECTOllY. 



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Walt Thomas, rivorinau, res ii w cor Bond iiiul Lyon. 8. 

AV alter Johanna 0., homo "with C. George. a 

Walters Miss Martha, wks Joshua TuLhill. £ 

Walters Mrs., ag't for subscription books, bds V. Barnard. % . 

AV^apler Charles II., Avood, horn, ivory, antl bone turner, s w ■%*> 

cor Cass and Fayette. j . 

AVaples Paul, lumber dealer, res s w cor Adams and AVash'n. 2. ■"' ' 

AVard Edward, lab, res s c cor AValler and AVebster. 2. j 

WAlll) JEREMIAH, cooper, shop w s AVater, bet Monroe , I 

and Jefferson, res n c cor Clinton and Fayette. 14. ' 

AVard Joseph, bds A. AV'eudcll. * 

AVard Lewis and Frank, coopers for and bds J. AVard. V 
AYard AVilliam, res w s Carrolltou. 2. 

AVardell John G., engineer, res cor King and Dearborn. 2. ' 

AVarnor Ed., sign-painter;, res 808 Lyons. .']. . 

AVarner G. AV., engineer, bds Iloyal II. Stephens. | 

AVarner Stephen L., wks Sturtevant, Green & Co. , 

AVarroi Gilbert AV., bds 11. Brand, (iranger, near AVilliams. y 

AVarren John, bds Ilodgo House. « 

Washington George (col), barber, res s s Adams, cor Bates. 4. j 
Washington John, lab, bds John Stewart. 

Patronize tlic ''Bo»ti!i" Clotliiers, Little Juiic & Co. 

AVashington John, bds John Brown. 

AVasher Fred., lab, res s s Queen, near Salt. 4. 

AVasher l''red., wks Sturlevant, Green &, Co., bds V. AVasher. ' '" j 

Waterpool AVilliam, bds (J rami IJapids Hotel. ,4 

Watson Charles, rivernum, res c s liay City road. 4. 

AVatson Cornelius, physician, bds Lyman W. Bliss. * 

AVatson Daniel, lab, res w s Mason, n of Adams. 5. 

AVatson Joel II., mechanic, res cor Monroe and AVash'n. 4. 

AVatson Mrs. Margaret (wid), res AVaier, Compo's ave. o. ; 

AVatson liichard, lab, bds Fourth AVard Hotel. 

AVatts Constantinc, sciiool teacher, res over AV. Moyc's store, 

n Hamilton. ^ 

Watt E., wks Saginaw Barrel Co. 
AVatt George, wks Saginaw Barrel Co. 
AVatt Frank, lab, wks Saginaw Barrell Co. 
AVatt J. M., wks Wright, Tipton & Co. 
AVatt James B., wks AVright, Tipton & (lo., res 20U South 

Division street, Moore's add. 8. 
Watts Kcv. AVilliam H., ])astor Episcopal (!hureh,ress w cor 

Franklin and AVash'n. 5. 
Wcatherwax AVilliam, lab, Saginaw Barrel Ci;. 
AVeatherwax AVilliam 1{., farmer, res s AVater. bet I'erry and 

Wayne. 8. 



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Weaver A. C, bds Kovby House. 

AVcbb J. W., wks G. F. Williams & Bros. 

Webster Riley, bds Excbauge. 

Webster Thomas W., fruit tree dealer, bds Mrs. H. Meyers, u 
AV^ashington. 

AVcedfald William, tanner, res w s Maple, urElm. G. 

Welder Wm., teamster, bds Charles Schonheit. 

Weinder Julius E., lumberman, res s w cor Webster and Mad- 
ison. 4. 

Weir Stephen L., night baggageman E. Saginaw depot, bda S. 
C. Sharpe. 

Weis Miss Barbara, wks AV. A. Williams. 

Weise John, plasterer, res 1003 Lyon. 3. 

Weiss Miss Auiui, wks Veeder Paine. 

Weiss Christian, mason, bds City House. 

Weiss Ferdinand, lab, res s s Lane, c of Carrollton road. 0. 

Wetch , 11-i Andre ; absent. 

Welch Patrick, farmer, res 802 Lyon, cor Porter. 3. 

Weller George E., lab., rese s Bond, bet Clinton & Throop. 5. 

Wellington Frederick, book-keeper, res 507 Bond, bet Madison 
and Monroe. 3. 

I^iinibcrnicii'H SaippllcM nt M. & II. Kocli & €o'8. 

Wellington James, bds Mrs. M. IL Prentiss. 

Wells Charles, lumber mei-cliant, res n llamilton, bet Monroe 

and Throop. 3. 
Wells Henry, bds J. Price. 

Wells John, lumber inspector, bds Fourth Ward Hotel. 
Wells John E., United States Deputy Marshal, s s Lincoln ave 
I i w of Washington ave. 4. 

Wells Julius Sawyer, res Mackinaw, nr Woodbridge. -i. 
Wells, Stone & Co, ( Charles AV. Wells, Farnam C. Stone, Ammi 

AV. AA''right), wholesale grocers, cor Clinton and Water, 

branch stores at ]\Iidland, Sanford, Loomis andFarwell. 
AVelsch John, wks Sturtcvant, Green & Co. 
AVclsch ;Micha«l, wks Sturtcvant, Green & Co. 
AVelsh Miss Maggie, wks Joseph M. Barnard. 
AVendell Andrew, lumbern, res 1008, Franklin, cor Mason. 4. 
AVendell AVilliam, wks and bds A. Wendell. 
AVendell Iloswell, scaler, bds Hodge House. 
AVcntland AVilliam, lab, bds Ciiarles Ewald. 
AVerner Ferdinand, gardener, res s s Cass, nr Andre. 2. 
AVesener Hugo, ])ropr AVesencr block, elk J. AV. Dawson, res w s 

Granger, bet Adams and Court. (5. 



388 SAUINAW CITY DIllECTOUY. 



West John, meat market, Iloyt st. East Saginaw, res e s Web- h 

ster, bet Van Buren and j\[ackinaw, will move to East if 

Saginaw, in Little, & Gallagher's add. 
Westfall August, lab, bds A. Karp. 
WestfallJohn II., butcher, Spencer Barclay's packing house, i\ 

Wash'n, East Saginaw. 
AVeston John, tinner, D. II. Jerome & Co. 
AVetherley David II., tinsmith, res -iOi Andre, cor Praukliu. 3* :\i 
Wetherel John, assistant engineer Green's mill, bds John G' ^ 

Warden. tjf 

Wetzel August, carpenter, I). Hardin & Co., res n s ^Nfackinaw, ^ 

nr Harrison. 5. irk 

AVhalen John, lab, res Miller, nr Throop. 4. f 

Whaley ]\Irs. Rosalia (wid), home Avith C. Zueller. f 

AVheeler Charles E. (Hay & Wheeler), bookkeeper, bds Taylor ^ 

House. ^ 

AVheeler Legrand, Dr., res s s Adams, bet AVater and AVash'n. 3. 
AVheeler L. G., physician, otfice cor Court and Hamilton. t' 

AVheeler Brayton, engineer Saginaw Barrel Co., res Salt, near *" 

King. 3. 
AVhiddon Joseph, painter, res w s Madison. 8. 

Little Juke & Co. Uiulcriicll Kvcrybody. 

AVhitcomb Cyrus, dealer in cigars and tobacco, Taylor House,. 

res w s Porter bet JMadison and Monroe. 4. 
AVhite James, lireman, J. & lu, bds Ililand Peck. 
AVhite dames, fireman, bds J. Kaynor. v 

AVhite James, blacksmith, bds A. Brown. 
AVhite John B. (reg), physician, otiice s s Court, bet Hamilton 

and AVater, res 508 n s Adams, bet Harrison and Webster, ii. 
White Robert, st car driver, bds Brown's Hotel. 
White Mrs. Sarah, wks E. J. Ring. 
AVhite William, st car driver, bds Brown's Hotel. 
Whitehead Miss Adella, wks Thomas II. Smith. 
Whitman F. IL, foreman, AVilliam Kohn. 
Whitman John C, lumberman, res cor Monroe and Potter. 5.. 
Whitman Miss Roxcy, bds with Albert D. Lacy. 
Whitney Hiram, carpenter, res 100 AVoodbridge, bet Court and 

Franklin. 4. 
Whitney Oscar B., painter, res Lyons, cor Harrison. ;i. 
Wider Charles, tanner, res s w cor AVashington and Stevens. 8. 
Wider J. Frederick, Avail paper and npholstry, e s AV^ash'n, bet 

Adams and Court, res s s Adams, cor Bond. G. 
Wider Matt, mason, bds Grand Rapids Hotel. 
AVidesell Henry, lal), res n av cor Granger and Throop. ."i. 



SAGlJfAW CITV DliJECTORY. 389 



i 



Wilder Ifenry C, carpenter, res s e cor Hamilton and Clinton. 4. 

Wilder Miss, bds Taylor House. 

Wilecoop Charles, lab, res ii s Ames, iir Webster. 3. 

A\ iley Kobert, blacksmith, shop cor Water and Madison res 

cor Madison and Water. 3. 
Wiley Samuel, bds Exchange. 
Willcoxson George, supt car department, res s a Cass, cor 

Webster. C, 

Williams Alexander, cigar-maker E. Schenrmann, bds Ameri- 
can House. 

Williams Frank, elk and cook, bds Hiland Peck. 

u ilhums George l\, lumberman, lives W. A. Williams 

WiJlianis G. F. & Bros. (George R, William A., and Stewart 
ii. Williams), lumber manurr.s and dealers, mill and yard 
e s AVater, bet Lyon and Jackson, ollicc e s Water, foot 
of Lyon. 

Williams Gustus, lireman bds J. iirown. 

Williams Henry, painter, res w end Throop. 3. 

ANiIhams James E., engineer Edwards & Sanbnrn's mill, res 
I Wash'n, nrCass. 4. 

Williams Joseph, filer, bds James Williams. 



JLowcst Prices at Itt. & H. Koch & Co's. 



Williams Miss Julia, lives Mrs. H. J. Child. 
AVilUams Worden A., elk G. A. Alderton. 5. 
Williams Stewart K, lumberman, res av s Wash'n, s of J., L. & 
k**. l\. it. 4. 

Williams AVilliam A., lumberman, res s e cor Mackinaw and 
Washii. 7. 

Williamson Christopher, lab, res Salt, near King. T 

Williamson George, lab, bds E. Davis. 

Williamson Samuel, lab, bds Rupp House. 

Willinia Miss Mary, dress-maker, wks Mrs. Melissia J. Kitts. 

Wilhstou lienjamin, bds Ed. Warner. 

Willsey Henry 1)., teamster, res No. 1209, cor Bates and 

Mackinaw. 3. 
Willis Fred., fireman, bds J. Kaynor. 

Wiltmann Xavier T., shoemaker, res Court, near Mason. <j. 
Wilson John, bds Exchange. 
Wilson John, res ^v s n Granger, cor Ames. 2. 
AVilson Lyman L., lab, res cor Miller and Oakley. Ji 
Wilson Miss Minnie, wks Dr. J. Jerome. 
Wilson Owen, Eagle House, w s Water. 3. 
Wilson Richard, salt-boiler, Swift & Lock wood, res o s Eraer- 

son, near Water. r>. 



390 SAGINAW CITY DlUECTOIll. 



"Wilson Robert, salt-malar. Swift & Lockwootl, btls John 

Stewart. 
Wilson Itobert, bds J. Price. 

Wilson William, "bus driver, btls Hodge House. [, 

Wilkins Nelsou, barber, Avks Sylvester Thayer. _ ^^ 

Wilsey Wilhird, 'bus driver, bds Hodge House. ' %, 

Wilt August, wks (;. h\ Williams & Jiros. 'I 

Wiltse David, bds Ivupp House. ' • 

Winans D. H., lumberinau, bds Taylor House. 
Winans Mrs. Sarah J. (wid.), res AVilliams Block, junction 

AVashington and Cross Ixoads. 2. 
Windgood Crustavus, shoemaker, wks AVilliam Kohn. 
Winderstinc D., tailor, wks Henry Bern hard. 
Wiuden Susan, wks li. B. Bartlett. 
Wiuecoop Miss Elizabeth, wks Hugh Peter. 
Wing Harvey, bds Exchange. 

Wingler John, lab, res s s Adams, bet Mason and Woodbridge. 2. 
WINKLER GEORGE M., boot and shoemaker, s s Eleanor, 

e Washington, res same. 
AVinn AVm., lab, bds William H. Jose. 
Winney James, engineer J., L. & S. R. R., bds Hiland Peck. 

One Price to all at Little Jake Ac €o's. 

Winterstein Christian, lab, res w s German Colony Road.. 8. 
AVinterstcin David, tailor, res Xo. J:.UO n e cor Adams and' 

Ikiies. T. 
Winterstein John M., tailor, res w s Woodbridge, bet Adams 

and Court. 5. 
Wipplinger Michael, farmer, res w s German Colony Road. 
Wirth Andrew, butcher, res 411 Madison. 3. 
Wirth John A., butcher, n Hamilton, bet IMadison and Mon- 
roe. 3. 
Wisell Albert, bds Grand Rapids Hotel. 
AVoeis Miss Mary, wks A. F. R. Braley. 

Woldruif Janjes, engineer J., L. & S. R. R., bds Hiland Peck. 
Woldt Charles, lab, res w end Throop. 3. 
A\''olfe Nathan, dealer in groceries, etc, n Hamilton, bet Ames 

and Franklin, res Hamilton, bet Court and Franklin. 
AVolff Nathan, fancy goods and millinery, e s Hamilton, bet 

Court and Franklin, res same. 3. 
VVolfrom Katie, wks J. M. Gale. | 

Wood Anthony, wks Blanchard & Co.'s mill, res s av cor Mon-' 

roe and AVebster. 10. 
AA'ood John AV., city laundry, res n Hamilton, bet Madison 

and Monroe. 2. 



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I «.\.01NAW CITY DIUKCTOUY. 391 

Wood Natluiu .S., attorney, res n s Franklin, bet Ilrtrrisoii and 

Fayette. ;3. 
Woods Thos., sailor, res w s 4tl), bet Lincoln and Union aves. 7, 
jWoodfull Elecf, lireman, res o s Madison, cor Fayette. '3. 
Woodford George M., bookkeeper, wks Joseph Beach & Co. 
\\''oodford George 8., J. Hitchcock. 

Woodrnft F. P., depnty sheriff, res 301 n Fayette, cor Ames. 3. 
Worden Asa, lab, res Fayette, bet .Saginaw and NVallcr. 3. 
[■ Worden ]\Iiss Emma, wks J. Jerome. 

1 Worden vviHiam J., carpenter, res s s Jackson, bet Harrison 

and Fayette. ."). 
Wordell John, engineer Swift and Lock wood. 
Worth ian James, lab, bds Williiim II. Jose. 
Worts Aiexamh-r, lund-looker, works Alexander Andre. 
Wright Ammi W. (Wriglit, Tipton &(Jo.; Wells, Htone & Co.; 

A. W. Wright & Co.; Treas. S. V. & St. L. K.; Wright, 

Wells & Co.), office cor Clinton and Water, over Wells, 

tStono & Co.'s store, res Fayette and Wasii'n, Madison and 

Monroe, blk 32. 
Wriglit Animi W., manufacturer of lumber, No. 5f?,? AVashing- 

ton, bet Madison and i\ronroe. 4. 






Only one Price at JS. &; II. Koch & Co's. 



Wright A. W. & Co. (Ammi W. Wriglit, James H. Pearson) 
lumberman, office cor Clinton and Water. 

Wright Mrs. Catharine, home with Ammi W. Wright. 

Wright ;Miss llattie L., home with Ammi W. Wriglit. 

Wright Henry A., carpenter, res e s 5th, bet Lincoln and 
Union aves. 4. 

i Wright Miss Hellen, wks G. P. Felcher. 

Wright Henry W., lab, res 720 Granger, cor Jackson. 2. 
Wright John, farmer, res Webster, near Fremont, 3. 
I Wright John A., farmer, res Elm, near end Webster. 8. 

♦-J Wright Kelson, lab, bds G. Maxim. 

j Wright Thomas, boarding-house, Water, bet Madison and Jef- 

ferson. 8. ' 
WIMGHT, WELLS & CO. (Ammi W. Wright, Charles W. 
Wells, Charles H. Davis, lienben Kimball), dealers in pine 
lands, logs, and lumber, office corner Clinton and Water. 
See advt. 

\^ Wright & Wetherell (William H. Wright, Saginaw, and Oscar 

D. Witherell of Chicago), lumber and salt manufacturers, 
office cor Tliroop and Water, mill opposite. 
Wright AVilliam H., mill owner, res Water, Miller and 
Throop. 7. 



392 SAGINAW CITY DfKECTOKY. i^*- 
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Wright, Tipton & Co. (Am mi W. Wright, Hiram S. Tipton, f 

James ir. Pearson, Paul Waplos), planing mill, lumber ji 

dealers, sash, doors, and blinds, w end liristol-st. bridge. fS' 

Wrinchler Lewis, appr I). H. Jerome & Co. 1^ 

Wyncoop , -wks Wright. Tipton & Co. I 

AV3'lie I^obcrt, lumberman, res Water, Compos avenue. 3. 



Y, 



Yeoghan Peck, lab, res Elm. 3. 

Yeomans William, circle sawyer, Wright & Wetherell, bds E. 

Davis. 
Young Mrs. Amelia, wks Exchange. 
Young Edward C, cooper, bds J. C. Hart. 
Young Henry, cooper, res s s Queen, nr Salt. 11. 
Young Peter, lab, bds Alexander Ogilvie. 
Young William, lab, bds Orellas Tuttle. 
Yost Charles, teamster, res 802 Clinton, n w cor Porter. 8. 
Yunkins AVilliam, engineer J. 11. Lee, bds Ililand Peck. 

Lurgesit Stock in the State at Little Jake's. 

z. 

ZSCHOERNER GODFREY T., groceries, crockery, pro-, 
visions and glassware, c s Water, foot of Court, res same. 8. 

Zab Supernaw, lab, res Florence, s Genesee. U. 

Zallner Henry, night watch Mershon's mill, res e s Germau 
Colony road. G. 

Zell John, lab, res e s Charles, bet Adams and Cass. 2. 

Zell Miss Minnie, wks Joseph Schefneker. 

Ziegler John C, watches, clocks, and jeweler, cor Franklin and 
Hamilton, res cor Monroe and Bond. 5. 

Zneller Charles, painter, res w s Andre, nr cor Court. 5. 






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BROWN'S DIRECTORY 



BAY CITY, 

IN'DKPKNDKNT AND COMPI-ETB I.N JTSEI.r. 

By O. EXERA BRO\^^N. 

Directory Office, No. 113 Genesee Street, East Saginaw, Micl\. 



STREETS IN BAY CITY, 



Including those of Portsmouth iinil Dolsenvillo, now Bay 
City, as copied from the records. See changes. 





First, 


B.C.&E.S.R. R. 1 
F. & P. M. R. R. ) 


Fulton, 




Second, 


Grant, 




Third, 


Beech, 


Green, 




Fourth, 
, Fifth, 
Centre, 


Belinda, 


Hampton, 




Birch, 


Harrison, 




Birney, , 


Hart, 




Sixth, 


Bowery, 


Henry M, 




Seventh, 


Braddock, 


Hickory, 




Eighth, 


Broadway, 


Howard, 




Ninth, 


Bullock road, 


Huron, 


' Tenth, 


Burnett, 


Jackson, 




Eleventh, 


Campbell, 


Jefferson, 




Twelfth, 


Carney road. 


Johnson, 




Thirteenth, 


Cass, 


Ketchum, 


1 


Fourteenth, 


Chase, 


Kossuth, 


1 


Fifteenth, 


Crown, 


Lafayette, 


H 


Sixteenth, 


Dolsen, 


Lincoln avenue, 


1 

Seventeenth. 


Elm, 


Lincoln street, 




Eighteenth to 


For- Emily, 


Longtin, 


1 
1 


tieth. 


Farragut, 


Lord, 


Adams, 


Fitzgerald, 


Madison, 


Albert, 


F^itzhugh, 


Maple, 


( 


Annie, 


Flint, 


Market, (?) 




Barney, 


Eraser, 


Marston, 




l^ass, 


Fremont avenue, 


Mary Ann, 



390 



BAY CITY DIUECTOUY. 



McClellan, 

Mercer, 

Michigan avenue, 

Mill, 

^[onroe, 

North, 

Oak, 

Pendleton, 

Pine, 

Plank road (W. li. 

Fitzhngh's add.), 
Polk, 

Prairie road, 
liicer, 



Rose, 

(Saginaw, 

Salt, 

Sarah, 

Scott, 

Seymour, 

Sheridan, 

Sherman, 

Shiawassee, 

Smith, 

South Centre, 

South, 

Spring, 

State. 



Taylor, 

Trombley, 

Trumbull, 

Tuscola plank road, 

Tuscola, 

Van Buren, 

"Washington ave., 

Water, 

Watson, 

Webster, 

Williams, 

Wilson, 

Wood side avenue. 



UE-NAMING OF STREETS, CHANGES, ETC., ]iY 
CITY COUNCIL. 

The street now called Washington street, Daglish division, 
of Portsmouth, to be called i*3d street; Jefferson, 2-ith ; Har- 
rison, 25th; Polk, 2Gth; Taylor, 27th; Webster, 28th; Era- 
ser, 29th ; Fremont avenue to be called Fremont avenue to 
the east line of section 33; Tuscola, 30th; Lafayette, 31st; 
Kossuth, 32d; Mary Ann and Salt streets, 33d; Emily and 
Trombley, 34th ; Burnett and Sarah, 35th ; South and Albert, 
to South Centre ; Crown, 3Gth ; State, 37th; Braddock, 38th. 
The street now called 1st street to be called Harrison street; 
2d, Polk; 3d, Taylor; ttli, AVebsler : 5th, Lafayette; 0th, 
Kossuth ; 7th, Seward; 9th, Stanton. 

The third street to lugraham's addition to Portsmoutb, 
now called 4tli street, to be called Ingraham street ; Gth, Brad- 
duck ; lOlh, Miller; Birney street, Farmer plat, to be called 
•fames; Lincoln, Rose addition. Shearer street. 






BAY CITY DIRECTORY. 397 



COUNTY OFFICIALS. 



Bay City, the county seat of Bay county ; offices, Court House, 
north side Centre, between Jeflerson and Madison streets. 

Miron Bunnell, Sheriff. 
, ' John W. McMath, Judge of Probate. 

I Henry A. Braddock, Clerk. 

Charles Supe, Treasurer. 

Theodore F. Shepard, Prosecuting Attorney. 

Harvey M. Hemstreet, Register of Deeds. 

John L. Stoddard, Circuit Court Commissioner. 

Erastus L. Dunbar, Surveyor. 

Dr. Wm. E. T upper. Coroner. 

Julius B. Hart, ] 

David Corbin, > Superintendents of the Poor. 



Israel Catli 



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CITY OFFICIALS. 



George H. Van Etten, Mayor, 
j ' George Lord, Controller. 

% Isaac G. Worden, Recorder. 

ILucien S. Coman, Treasurer. 
Winsor Scofield, Attorney. 
I Daniel M. McCraney, Marshal. 

V, Thomas Carney, Director of Poor. 

I John Kilduff, Street Commissioner. 

Il'homas Carney, Health Officer. 
B. V. Ray, Chief Engineer Fire Department. 



308 BAY CITY DIUECTORY. 



William Mercer, Surveyor. 
Daniel Pierce, Harbor Master. 
Joseph Eddy, l*ouiid ]\rastor. 



CITY COUNCIL. A^ 

^Meet every Monday evening at 7\ o'clock. i; 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward — Frank Duplanty, George Wanless. ^ 

Second Ward — IlaiTy Holmes, Peter S. lleisordt. f 

Third Ward— U. M. Uemstrcet, II. A. Chamberlin. 

Fourth Ward — James Birney, Ed. Wood. 

Fifth Ward — A. L. Gumming, Iliram Stover. 

Sixth Ward— Wm. Daglish, Albert Miller. 

Seventh Ward — Appleton Stevens, John Emery. 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 

Streets and Sewers — Aldermen Gumming, Duplanty, and 
Emery. 
Ways and Means— Stevens, Holmes, and Wood. 
Fire Department — Wells, Hemstreet, and ^liller. 
Ordinances — Birney, Daglish, and Wells. 
Water Works — Miller, Ghamberlin, and Gumming. 
Parks and Public Buildings — Wood, Wanless, and Stover. 

POLICE. 

D. M. McGraney, Chief. 

Thos. Mahouey, Deputy ^Marshal. 

Joseph Wackerly, Henry Wackerly, Matthias Kreigcr, Theo. .(■■ 
Uevour, 01c West, John Mcdill, James Purtell, Alexander 
DuPlante, Kelson Duraud, Albert !>. Landon, (Jeo. P. Fuller, 
Ora Albright, Patrolmen. 

CONSTABLES. 

John Doyle, 1 sL Ward ; G us Mevers, 2d Ward : ]Ioraco Jieckcr, 
:kl Ward ; Michael J\IcCJrath, 4th Ward ; Geo. Frost, 5th Ward ; 
H. Devlin, 0th Ward ; , 7th Ward. 



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SCJIOOL IJOAllD, 

U. M. Fitzbugh, Presideut. 
1st Ward— II. M. Fitzliugh, Andrew Walloii. 
X^d AViird — L. A. Barber, C. E. Jeunison, 
3d Ward — E. Eickcrmcycr, E. M. Eowlcr. 
4th Ward— 11. M. Bradley, C. F. Gibson, J. II. Hill. 
5th Ward— a. K Thompson. 
Gth Ward— J. ]). Lewis, Allert Miller. 
;th Ward— (^. S. Braddock, J. M. Watrous. 

iniE DKPAIiTMENT. 

B. F. Kay, Chid" Engineer; J. C. .South worth, 1st assistant ; 
R. J. Campbell, 2v[ assistant. 

First Ward Hose Co. : Jl. J. Campbell, foreman ; a volunteer 
company. 

Seventh Ward tSteani Fire Engine Co., a 2)aid company: 
Jas. Cr. Southworth, foreman; lliram Whipple, driver ; Thos. 
Fowler, engineer; G. Kcmpton, fireman; II. A. Boiteau, 
hoseman ; D. A. Koot, Frank Shaw, Daniel O'Neil, Levi 
Perkins, hosemen. 

Steamer Neptum.-, engine iiouse east side "North Saginaw, 
between I'^iftli and Centre streets. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

L. Mcllugh, John Ilargadon, eJohn McDcrmott, Jesse M. 
Miller. 

I SUPERVISORS. 

I First, Ward— Robert J. Campbell. 

^ Second Ward— Peter S. Ileisordt. 

Third Ward— George P. Cobb. 
Fourtli Ward— U. A. Eadd. 
Fifth Ward — A. Jj. Cnrnmingti. 
^* Sixth Ward — George iicwis. 

I Seventh Ward — ('Iiaries Stevonf?. 



400 HAY CITV KIRECTOUY. 

HAY CITY UOAKI) OF WATEU AVOUKS, 

Appoiuted by City Council : Andrew "Walton, IstWard; 
James Sliearer, President, 2d Ward ; Wni. Westover,3d Ward; 
Wm. Smalley, 4tli Ward; Henry M. Bradley, atli Ward; 
Andrew Miller, Gth Ward; Thomas McGraw, 7tb Ward; 
Erastus L. Dunbar, Chief Engineer and Superintendent ; A. 
B. Verity, 1st Engineer; Fred. 11. Holly, ^*d Engineer. The 
Board was established September, 1871. Office of the Board 
i n Westo ver Block. Works of construction commenced March, ^ 
1872, building completed Angust, 1872; cost of building four # 
wells, chimney, and engine foundations, $22,000. Operations 
of waterworks commenced in December, 1872. Seven miles 
main pipe laid, eight miles more to bo laid in coming year. 
Fifty hydrants set, all double. Water is taken from the river 
from near east line of city. First appropriation $118,000, 
second $59,000, third $150,000, which will complete tliem 
nicely, including bringing Avater from the Bay, four miles from 
mouth of river. J: 



FIRE LIMITS. 



AN OHDINANCK TO PUEVENT i'UtES AX1> ESTABLISH FIRK 
LIMITS IN BAY CITY. 

Ji is hereby ordained Inj fJie Common Council of Bay City, 
as follows : 

Section 1. The following described territory simll consti- 
tute and be known as the Hre limits of Jiuy City, and no per- 
son shall hereafter, without tlie Avritten permission of the 
Common Council, erect, repair, or ])laco any building, or part of 
building, on any of the lots, strccis, alleys, or limits iiiclutled 
within the same, to-wit: 



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Bountled on the north by the south side of Second street, 
on the east by the west side of Washington street, on tlie south 
by the north side of Eighth, and on the west by the SaginaAv 
lUver ; also all that territory adjoining and within one hundred 
feet of that portion of Centre street that lies between Wash- 
ington street and Jefferson street ; and also the territory lying 
between Adams and Madison streets, from Centre street to 
Second street ; unless the same shall be two stories high, con- 
structed of stone, brick, or iron, and the roofs covered with 
slate, tile, metal, gravel, or composition, or with shingles laid 
in not less than five-eighths inches of mortar, and cornices of 
stone, brick, metal, or wood, and if of wood, then the same 
shall be painted with three coats of paint and heavily sanded; 
and in all buildings erected of brick, stone, or iron, in blocks 
of two or more buildings, within said fire limits, there shall 
bo erected partition walls of stone or brick at least one foot in 
thickness where such building is over two stories in height, 
and of not less than eight inches in thickness where such 
building is two stories or less in height, and all party and side 
wiUls shall extend at least twenty inches above the roof. 

Sec. J3. Any violation of or failure to comply with the pro- 
visions of this ordinance shall be punished by a fine, not to 
exceed two hundred dollars and costs, and by imprisonment 
for any period of time not exceeding six months, or by either, 
in the discretion of the court; and if only a fine and costs be 
imposed, the court may make a further sentence that in 
default of the payment thereof within a time to be fixed in 
such sontenoe, the oftender be committed to the county jail, or 
Detroit House of Correction, for any period of time not 
exceeding three months. 

Sec. 3. All ordinances and amendments of ordinances here- 
i !^ toforo passed, establishing fire limits in Bay City, are hereby 

Y repealed. 

Adopted July 3d, 1871. 

[N. B. — The Common Council have under advisement the 
I changing or extension of the above fire limits.] 



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BAY CITY SCHOOLS. 



The schools of Bay City are all in a liourishiug conditioa, 
aud are composed of a High School, boimded by 9th aud 10th, 
Grant and Sherman streets, one block ; and six ward schools, 
as follows : 

Ofliccrs and teachers of the High School, Prof. J. W. Mor- 
ley. Miss J. A. Royce, Miss Mary Atkinson, Miss P. S. Clarke, 
Miss Sarah L. Warner, Miss Lilian Burdon, Miss Mary C. 
Stewart, Miss A. Delia Stewart, Miss Sophie Fearey, Miss L. 
J. Gellespie, teachers. Average attendance 350. 

The First Ward School, corner Sherman street and Wood- 
side a^ enue. Average attendance ^50. Miss M. L. ^McAuley, 
Miss Emma IL Wilcr, Miss Sarah J. Campbell, ]\riss Jennie 
McAnley, teachers. 

The Second Ward School, Adams, between -^Ith and oth. 
Average attendance -100. Prof. J. W. Morton, Prof. F. W. 
Lankenau, Miss ][elcn llawley, iMiss Carrie L. Ik-ed, Miss C. 
^r. ]}hiir, :Miss J''mma Hall, i\lis.s S;irah A. Welch, Mi.-js Lina 
Fuchs, teachers. 

The Fifth Ward School, southwest corner 18th and Bowery, 
or block bounded by IGth street, as taken by us. Average 
attendance 80 pujuls. J. K. Webster, Miss M. L. Macready, 
teachers ; as taken by us, three teachers and 130 pupils. 

Fifth Ward Branch School, 170 pupils. jNIiss Grace A. Hub- 
bard, Miss Emma 0. Soule, Miss Kate L. Jarmin, teachers. 

The Sixth Ward School, Broadwa}', corner 31st. Average 
attendance 250 pupils. Prof. L. J. Whitney, ]\Iiss Tidie 
McGlone, Miss Kate L. I'Vumer, Tdiss Surah J. Clarke, Miss 
Nellie Smith, teachers. 

The Seventh Ward School occupy Town Hall. Average 
attendance 75 pu[iil.i. jMi.ss M. E. Southworth, teacher. 

Evangelical Lutheran Emmanuel School,]!. Grabner, teacher, 
south side Gth, between jMonroe antl Adaniri. 

'I'olul Hchool t'ciiHus 3,700 pupils. 



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CHURCHES. 



The following is a list of the churches at Bay City aud 
Wenona : 

Trinity (Episcopal) Ohurcu.— Washingtou street, between 
Center and Sixth streets. Kev. John Wright, Rector. Ser- 
vices at 10:30 a. m. and G:30 p. m. 

Trinity (Episcopal) Chapel. — Carroll Ilall, Seventh 
Ward. Services at 3:30 p. m. 

M. E. CnuRcn. — East side Washington street, between 
Fourth and Fifth. Rev. John Kelley, pastor. Services at 
10:30 u. m. and 7:30 p. ni. 

Portsmouth M. E. Church. — Fremont Avenue. Rev. F 
Warren, pastor. Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 

German M. E. Church.— Corner of Eighth and Adams. 
Rev. F. Warrens, pastor. Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 

First Baptist Church.— Corner of Center and Madison 
streets. Services at 10:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. 

Portsmouth Baptist Church.— Fremont Avenue. Rev. 
M. W. Holmes, pastor. Services at 10:30 a. m. aud 8 p. m. 

Universalist Church. — West side AVashington street, 
between Eighth and Ninth. Rev. J. C. Knickerbocker, pastor. 
Services at 10:30 a. m. aud 7:30 p. m. 

Presbyterian (Jhurch. — East side Washington street, 
between Ninth aud Tenth. Rev. J. A. Wight, pastor. Ser- 
vices at 10:30 a. m. aud 7:30 p. m. 

St. James (Catholic) Church.— Corner Twelfth and 
Monroe. Rev. Father Rafter, pastor. Services, I'^irst Mass 8 
u. m.. High Mass 10:30 a. ni.. Vespers at 3 p. m. 
r* St. Joseph (Catholic) Church.— Washington street, below 

Third. Rev. Father Canters, pastor. Services same as St. 
James Church. 

German Lutheran (IJethel) Church.— Southeast corner 



404 BAY CITY DIHECTOUY. 

of Madison and Eighth streets. Ilev. Wm. Reuther, pastor. 
Services ut 10:30 a. ra. No evening services. The pastor holds 
services at Wenonu Church from 8:30 to 10 a. ni. 

German Lutheran (Emmanuel's) CiiuRcn. — Corner of 
Sixth and Madison. Rev. II. Partenfelder, pastor. Services at 
10 a.m. No evening service. 

Presbyterian Church, Wenona. — Rev. L. W. Chapman, 
pastor. Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sabhatli school 
at 12 o'clock. Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening at 7:30. 

M. E. CiiURCii, Wenona. — Rev. W, Q. Burnett, pastor- 
Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 

St. Paul's CnuRCii, Wenona. — Corner of Linn and Mid- 
land streets. Services 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 

Christian Mission Sunday School Chapel.— East side 
Morsac, between Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth. 

Baptist Mission Church. — South side Barney, between 
Jackson and Lincoln. 



SOCIETIES. 



MASONIC. 

Blanchard Chapter, R. A. :M., No. 59.— Meet first Thurs- 
day each month.— J. A. Wells, II. P. ; Thos. Carney, Jr., K. ; 
n. A. Chamberlain, S. ; W. R. Tupper, C. H. ; A. H. Van Etten, 
P.S.; Alphonso Cummings, R. A. C; Archie Weston, Ist V. ; 
A. B. Wells, Jr., 2d V. ; Wra. M. Kelly, 3d V. ; Castle Baker> 
Sent'l; Wra. Dowdell, Sec'y ; C. E. Gibson, Treas. 

JOPPA Lodge, U. D. — Uall, Masonic, east side, north Water 
street, betAveen 5th and Center. Regular communications 
1st Tuesday evening in each month. Oflicers — Frank Cran- 



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doll, W. M.-, Johu S. Ju.lson, S. \\\; Albort H. Van Ettou, 
J. AV.; Prof. J. W. Morley, Soc'y ; 0. P. Gibson, Treas.; Dan- 
iel A. Marshall, S. D. ; A. Ciimmings, J. D. ; Castle Baker 
\ Tyler. Membership, 2G. 

Bay City Lodge F. & A. M., No. I5i9. — Ilall east side north 
Water, between 5th and Center streets. Regular communica- 
tions 1st Wednesday in each month. Officers — W. II. Tupper, 
W. M. ; A. A. Wells, S. W. ; Wm. M. Kelley, J. W. ; Archie 
Weston, Sec'y; Orriu Bump, Treas.; S. A. Burs, S. D.; A. B. 
Uliii, J. D. ; Castle Baker, Tyler. Jlembership, over 230. 

PouTSMOUTjr LoDG l'\ & A. M., No. 190. — llcgular commun- 
ication in their hall over Gill AVebb's Billiard Hall, south 
Water, between 30th and 31st streets, Tuesday evenings, on or 
before full moon in each month ; specials intervening. Offi- 
cers Parmelee, W. M.; A. S. Shaler, 8. W.; S. Wil- 

j [ Hams, J. W.; James Clark, Sec'y ; Alex. Logan, Treas.; John 

\ I Stewart, S. D. ; Joseph Hooker, J. D. ; John King, Tyler. 

Elections annually, Dec. 



KNIGHTS TEMPLAIJ. 

Bay City Commandeuy, No. 2G. — llegular meeting 1st 
Monday in each month. Asylum Officers: C. F. Gibson, E. 
C. ; A. H. VanEtten, G. ; Frank Orandell, C. O. ; Oscar F. 
Hammet, S. W. ; Archie vVeston, J. W. ; John McCoy, Sec'y; 
Geo. Lewis, Treas. ; Peter Teller, AVarden ; Thos. Carney, Sw. 
B. ; J. E. Hitchcock, St. B. ; Castle Baker, Sent'l ; P. J. Carey, 
P. E. ; J. S. Judson, P. E. 



ODD FELLOWS. 

Bay Lodge I. 0. 0. F., No. 104. — llegular meetings in their 
hall, Simons' block, south side, 109 Centre, between Saginaw 
and Water streets, every Friday evening. Officers — John 
McKoberts, N. G.; Benjamin Colburn, V. G. ; John L. Wild, 



406 BAY CITY DIRECTOKY. mt 

R. S.; Thomas Luxton, Treas.; J. M. Shannon, P: S.; David yi 
Erd, W.; John Brumont, C. .' 

HuMBOLT Lodge I. 0. 0. R, No. 154, meet in the above hall ;(. 
every Monday evening. Ofiicers — Charles Siefert, N. G.; :|' 
Wm. Triber, V. G.; Tlieo. Heine, P. S.; Charles Laderach, §' 
Treas.; Fegest, W. ; Dr. Henry ling, C. 0iy 

Valley Lodge I. 0. 0. R, No. 189.— Regular meetings in ''^| 
Masonic Hall, over Gill Webb's billiard hall, South Water, bet "^ ' 
30th and 31st streets, every Thursday evening. OfTicers— 
Henry McCliesney, N. G. ; Herbert Couchman, V. G. ; War- 
ren Hutchinson, P. S. ; Georgo Dunbar, R. S.; George 
Boiten, Trensurer. Elections semi-annual; next one in 
December. 

Daughters of Rebekail— Grace Lodge No. 19, meet in 
Odd Fellow's Hall first and third Thursday in each month. 
Officers— H. M. Hemstreet, N. G. ; Mrs. John L. Wild, V. G. ; 
Mrs. J. Hooper, Secretary. 



GOOD TEMPLARS. 

Portsmouth Lodge I. 0. of G. T., No. 709.— Meet in their 
hall on soutli Water, between 31st and 32d streets, every Fri- 
day evening. ]\[embership about 70. Oflicers — Warren 
Hutchinson, W. C. T. ; Alvira Fisher, W. V. T.; Patrick 

O'Brien, W. S. ; Mrs. Devlin, W. T. Election of officers 

occur every three months. 



,agricultural society. 

The Bay County Agricultural Society held their ninth 
annual fair in 1873. Fair Grounds, South Water street. 
Officers — Samuel Rowden, President; Curtis Munger, Secre- 
tary; Israel Catliu, Treasurer; A. S. Munger, Chairmau Exe- 
cutive Committee. Committee is composed of six. 



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TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION. 

Ray City Typographical Union No. 153 meet lirst Mon- 
day in each montli. W. 0. Green, Pres,; James Gray, Vice 
Pres.; P. II. Phillips, F. and C. Sec'y; James II. AVard, Kec. 
Sec'y ; Crawford S. Strimk, S. at A. ; R. S. Toland, M. H. Garrels, 
Watson Harrison, Board of Directors. 



UNDERWRITERS. 

Bay County Association of Underwriters, organized April, 
1872. Officers— Ralph Crable, Sec; Geo. Lord, Chairman. 
Meet second Tuesday in each month at Secretary's office. 



LIBRARY ASSOCIATIONS. 

Bay City Library Association-.— Rooms Averell block, 
north side Center, near Water. Open Wednesday and Satur- 
day afternoons; 3,200 volumes in Library. Officers — Thos. 
Cranage, Pres.; Henry Moore, 1st Vice ;• Mrs. Dr. Thomas, 2d 
Vice; Charles E. Burs, Rec. Sec'y; Mrs. II. V. R. Ferris, Cor. 
Sec'y and Librarian ; B. E. AVarren, Treas. 

The Portsmouth Ladies' Library Association. — Occupy 
rooms in Town Hall building, 7th Ward ; Miss M. E. South - 
worth, Sec'y. 



BIBLE SOCIETY. 

Bay CouijrTY Bible Society.— Thos. Kimball, Treas. and 
Depositarian ; H. M. Bradley, Pres. ; Wm. II. Burr, Sec'y. 



TEUTONIA SOCIETY. 

I'outonia Society meet every Wednesday in Teutonia Hall, 
Averell block. Centre Btreet. Officers — Charles Seifert, Pres- 
ident; Lewis Bertch, Vice President; , Secretary; 



408 BAY Vll'i DIRECTORY. 

Richard Scheurmaun, Treasurer; F. W. Lankenan, Musical 
Director. Membership 50, This society is divided into three 
divisions, viz.: Theatrical, Musical, and Gymnastic. li 



ARBEITER VEREIN. 

Meet every Thursday evening in Zervis Hall, Saginaw 
street. Otticers — Jacob Knoblauch, President; John Herz, 
Vice President ; R 0. Haering, Secretary, Ilcnry Lutzke, 
Treasurer. Membership about 125. 



AUSHEI CHESET CONGREGATION. 

The above is a Jewish Congregation, a church of about 
twenty-two members, Avho meet in McEwan block, North 
Water street; services every Friday evening and Saturday 
morning. Otticers — B. L. Meister, President ; Jj. Anthony, 
Vice-President; S. Littauer, Secretary; J. Breckler, Treasurer. 



HEN b:VOLENT JEWISH SOCIETY. 

Tiiii JiNAJ BuiTii i^outiK No. 178— Meet every alternate 
Sabbath in McEwan block, North AVater street. This society 
— of tlie second district — maintains the orphan's asylum at 
Cleveland, Ohio. Officers of this Lodge are — A. Ilyman, 
President; A. Grabowsky, Vice-President; S. Littauer, Secre- 
tary; B. L. Meister, Treasurer. Membership thirty-four; 
organised in 1872. 



BOAT CLUB. 

Bay City Boat Club— Three boats: "Cedar Shell," cost *-170, 

six oars; barge "Lapstreak," six oars ; '-Fannie," single scull. 

The club was organized Aju-il, 1872. Officers and crew— Geo. 

il.Vau Etten, Pres. ; Henry S. Kaymontl, Vice Prcs. ; Alex. 



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Culbert, Sec'y and Treas. ; T. Sleuou, Coxswain j E. H. Bar- 
num. Burton Baptist, C E. Beers, R. J. Carney, Wm. M. Dav- 
enport, Henry S. Dow, C. F. Gibson, R. Glover. W. Hawkins, 
Tom K. Harding, Tom Kimball, B. Leland, F. H. Lord, A. H. 
Van Etten, E. F. White, J. G. AVatson, active members. 



LAFAYETTE SOCIETY. 

This society was organized March Gth, 1870. Meet every 
first Thursday in each mouth, in Zirwes Hall. Membership 
ficventy-flvc. Officers — A. Laroche, Pres. ; Charles Rivet, Vice 
Pres. ; Urgel Beauscjour, Sec'y ; Denis Rivet, Treas. ; Joseph 
Urab, Marshal; Narcisse LaPort, Vim. Ferris, Charles Cham- 
pagne, Olivier Beaudcl, directors. 



.SOCIAL CLUB. 

The I. K. U. K. Club, organized January 9, 1873, meet every 
Tuesday evening, rooms AVatson Block, Water street, foot of 
Centre. Objects, for literary exercises, social hops, debating, 
etc.; membership, 54. Officers— Thomas Kimball, Prcs., Geo 
II. Dolsen, Secy, John S. Tyler Treas., Byron Welch and 
I Henry King, Tellers. 



PUBLICATIONS, Etc. 



The "Bay City Chronicle," "The Chronicle Printing 
Association," a stock company, office basement Birney block, 
north Water— issue a daily and weekly newspaper (Rep.) ; 
terms $2 for weekly, |!lO for daily, issued every morning. Cir- 



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BAY CITY DIRECTORY. 



culation of daily about GOO, of weekly 1,400 ; James Birney 
editor. 

" The Bay City Tribune Company," a stock company, office 
Averill block, north side of Centre, nearly opposite Fraser 
House, issue a daily and weekly newspaper (Rep.) ; terms 
$1.50 for weekly, $G for daily, an evening issue. Circulation 
of daily ],500, of weekly 700. Henry S. Dow editor. 

The Bay City Zeitung, a weekly German newspaper, under 
the firm name of the Saginaw Paper Company. Issue every 
Saturday. Terms $2.50 per annum. Circulation 600. Office 
Ileumann Block, Centre, between Saginaw and Washington 
streets. 

Blank book manufactory and bindery rooms with Zeitung 
office. Edward. Kroencke, proprietor. 

The Lumberman's Gazette, issued monthly from the Tribune 
office. Henry S. Dow, publisher. 

Job printing office of C. C. Gnstin. 



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BOATS. 



The Bay City and East Saginaw Steamboat lines ply 
between the two points as follows : 

"Daniel Ball," Captain Robert Medler, master, leaves Bay 
City at 9 a. m., 1 and 5:15 r. m. ; leaves East Saginaw at 6:45 
and 11 A. M., and 3 p. m. 

The " Masdn" leaves Bay City at 7 and 11 a. m., and 3 p. m.; 
East Saginaw at a. ii., land 5:15 P. m. Capt. John Rogers, 
master. 

Sundays the " Ball " leaves Bay City at 11 a. m. and 6 p. M.; 
leaves East Saginaw 9 a. m. and 2 p. m. 

The " Mason" leaves Bay City 9 a. m., and 2 p. m.; leaves 
East Saginaw at 11 a. m., and C p. m. Fare 25 cents. The 
Company reserves the right to change the time, but there 
will be vtry little (lillrrcucti I'wnn the alutvo. 



BAY CITY DIRECTORY. 411 



RAILROAD BRIDGE. 



The Detroit and Bay City Railroad bridge at Bay City is 
nearly completed (Oct. 1, 1873). The estimated cost is about 
105,000, when finished. 



FAMILIES ABSENT. 



Residence Wash'n, bet 8th and 9th, absent; Wash'n, bet 
10th and 11th, absent; w s Wash'n, bet 7th and 8th, absent; 
cor 9th and Wash'n, absent; Wash'n, bet eth and 7th, absent ; 
blacksmith shop. Water, bet 12th and 13th, absent; res Water', 
bet 27th and 28th, absent; Centre, near McClellan, absent;, 
cor Centre and Sherman, absent; cor Centre and Grant, 
absent; Centre, near Carney road, absent; cor 4th and Mon- 
roe, absent; n e cor Gth and Jefferson, absent; east side Sagi- 
naw, bet 11th and 12th, absent; nw cor 7th and Madison,, 
absent ; s e cor ath and McClellan, absent ; s e cor 4th and 
Trombley, unable to get name ; n e cor 27th and X., absent ;, 
e s Marsac, bet 30th and 31st, absent ; w s Broadway, bet 31st 
and 32d, absent ; n s s Centre, e of R & P. M. R'y, absent ; e s 
Broadway, bet 23d and 24th, absent ; e s Wilson, bet 23d and 
24th, absent ; e s Williams, bet 14th and 15th, Polanders ; s s 
9th, bet Jackson and Van Buren, absent; n w cor Mary Ann, 
absent; s s 12th, bet Birney and Lincoln ave, absent; s s 
Woodside ave, bet Grant and Sherman, absent ; n s Woodside 
ave, bet Farragut and Sherman, absent, owned by Farwell ; n 
s 30th, e of Broadway, absent; s s 2d, bet Sherman and Sheri- 
dan, absent; cor 4th and Adams, absent ; o s Belinda, near 
Campbell, two, absent ; n o cor Birney and Lincoln are, absent. 



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DAY CITY DIRECTORY. 



VACANT HOUSES. 

The number of vacant houses found, of which a note was 
made, were seventy-two, twenty-four of which were unfinished ; ''[ 
this is by no means all. 

POPULATION. I 

The population of Bay City is 1:^,078, as taken by us in 
September, 1873. The number of names appearing under 
the letter A in this Directory arc ISDj B, 551; C, 447; D, 
JilG ; E, 73 ; F, 151 ; G, 248; H, 370 ; I, 9 ; J, 91 ; K. 155; 
L, 287; M, 527; N. Ill; 0,93; P, 151 ; Q, 12; R, 266; S, 
403; T, 159; U, 8 ; V, 81 ; W, 387; Y, 37; Z, 15; total 
number of individual names, 4987. 

Since tbo above was made up, about two huutlred names have been 
added to tills list. 






H. CiMMAL DIEECTORY OF NAMES. 



A. 



Abbot Ohas., lab, res cor -ith and Van Biiren. .'J. 

Abbott Geo., raftsman, bds Taylor House. 

Abbott James, elk, bds Taylor House. 

Abbott, J. T., wks McGoram & Co. 

Ableman Miss Lettie, home with George Young. 

Ablelovirdge Samuel, peddler, n e cor Washington and 9th. 

See Loyeridge. C. 
Abolowitch Simon, peddler, res cor 9th and Washington st. G. 
Ackerman Merian R, barber, J. Wild, bds same. 
Ackley Moses, teamster, w side 3d, bet 32d and 33d. 4. 
Ackler John T., blacksmith, bds J. McKinnon's. 
Adams Cliarles L., elk, bds II. E. Meeker, w side Van Buren, 

bet 3d and 4th. 3. 
Adams John J., farmer, res n s 22d, s end Monroe. 7. 
Adams John, "vvks McGraw & Co. 
Adams Lewis, bds 11. H. Chapile. 

Adams Treeman D., grocer, res w s Fariatt, bet 2d and 3d. 
Adrein Andrew, bar-tender, International Hotel. 
Aemsan Alfred, tin-smith, n side 3d, bet Adams and Jcff'n. 3. 
Aikens James, laborer, bds Patrick McDonald. 
Aikens John T., carpenter, res av s AVilliams, bet 20tli and 

21st. 3. 
Ainswork Mrs. Martha, bds Jonathan Smith. 
Aikins James, lab, bds Cumberland House. 
Albert Frank, grocer, s s Campbell, near Sheridan, res same. 
Albert John, drayman, res s s 8th, bet Adams and Wash'n. 0. 
Albright Aaron, constable, n e cor Williams and 22d. 5. 
Aldridge George, druggist and chemist, cor Water and 3d, opp 

Wolvcrton House, bds Campbell House. 
Alkcnson Miss Mary, teacher, bds John L. Dolsen. 



•414 UAY CITY DIRECTORY. 



Allan Henry, lab, bds J. Allan's. 

Allan James, lab, n s Gth bet Jackson and Van Bureu. 4. 

Allan John, boot and shoe store, and custom work done, e 8 

Water, bet 10th and 11th, res same. 7. 
Allen Miss Margaret, dress-maker, bds Edwin Finch. 
AUan Mrs. Mary Ann (wid John), bds J. Allan's. ' 

Allan P., wks Watrous, Bro. & Co., bds R. W. Williams. 
Allan Kack, lab, works William Peter. 
Allan liobert, lab, bds J. Allan. 
Allen Andrew, wks McGraw & Co. 
Allen Annie, wks AY. E. Carney. 

Allen Colin, wks McGraw & Co. *|f 

Allen ^liss Cora C, lives J. E. Like. j} 

Allen Prank, wks N. W. G. & W. Pipe Factory, bds H. G. j* 

Snow. ^j^i 

Allen F. W., artist, bds Anscomb House. t 

Allen George, wks M. Watrous & Sons, bds Wm. Ralph. S 

Allen George N., res 2U w s Jefierson, bet Gth and 7th. 3. ' ' M 
Allen John, lab, res w s Sherman, bet 2d and 3d. 2. ' ?' 

Allen John, railroad man, res w s Johnston, near Woodside ^ 

avc. o. jl 



tiitcrvicw the >^l{o^s» €lolliier», IJttIc Jake & Co. ^t 

Allen Miss Margaret, dress-maker, lives Mrs. Mary E. Monl- 

throp. 
Allen William, wks McClraw & Co. 

Allen , lab, res w s Madison, bet 3d and 4th. 3. 

Allisc Brawdley, lab, wks Watrous Bros. & Co. ^f 

Almas Jacob, lab, res n e cor Broadway and 24th. 11. f 

Almas Jacob, lab, n e cor 24th and Broadway. G. • 

Alston Miss Carrie (col), wks C. E. Malone. 
Altmark A., bds Globe Hotel. 

ALTMAllK & ELBINGER(Abram Altmark, S.Elbinger), 

210 AVater, bet 4th and 5th, res same. 
Altmark Jacob, bds Globe Hotel. 
Alver Alexander, Pine River House, Saginaw, cor 4th, res 

same. 
Alvoid Charles, printer, Chronicle. 

Anderson Andrew, carpenter, s s 3d, bet Chase and Pendle. 4. 
Anderson Charles, lab, bds R, Causley. 
Anderson Miss Christie, dressmaker Mrs. J^I. Sanford, bds 

parents. 
Anderson Henry, lab, res w h JohnsLon, bet Gth and 7tli. 4. 
Anderson Henry, wks Jiarler & Chapin. 



BAY CITY DIUECTOKY. 



415 



Amlcrsou Jauies, cutter (James Rice & Son), res cor Center 

and Adams. 
ANDERSON JOHN C, carriage-maker, shop w s Saginaw, 

bet 3d and 4tli, bds J. McKinnon, n w cor 3d and Wash'n. 

See advt, p index, o. 
AnJtrfon John, llackiniith Smalley Bros. Si Ldxfisy bds P. 

McGrath. 
Anderson John, blacksmith, bds Stansteud House. 
Anderson J. A., cutter, bds Globe Hotel. 
Anderson I^Iary, wks L. S. Coman's. 
Anderson Mrs. Maria, home with William II. Prentice. 
Andrews Albert, Avks McGraw & Co. 
Andrews Anthony, slioemaker, res e s Farragut, bet 7th and 

8th. T). 
Andrews Havid, lab, bds J. Stevens. 
Andrews E. AV., atty, bds Astor House. 
Androus H. 13., printer, bds Irving House. 
Andrews Jjizzie, cook, wks James A. Little's. 
Andrews Nicholas (N. Andrews A. Co.), blacksmith and 

wagon makers, res Madison, bet 2d and 3d; shop e s Sag- 
inaw, bet 3i[ and 4th. 4. 



M. <& II. Koeli & €(»., the C'lolliicrs. 

Andrews Thomas, bds Astor House. 

Andrewson Wm., wks W. AVatrous & Sons. 

Andrews AVilliam, elk Johnson & Lewis, bds J. D. Lewis. 

Andrews AVillis, carriage maker, res e s "Williams, nr 3l6t. 3. 

Andrews K & Co. (Nicholas Andrews and AVm. Arkley), c s 
Saginaw, bet 3d and 4Lh. 

Ancoll (leorge, engineer, bds Taylor House. 

Anger ]\liss Caroline, wks Mrs. Hannah Baby. 

Angers Joseph wks and bds John Carroll. 

Anneke Frederick bds Charles Siefert. 

Anneke & VVilkins (Emil Anneke, John H. Wilkins), attor- 
neys, conveyancers, land agents, and money brokers, oflice 
e s AV'ater, b\3t 4th and 5th. 

Anscombc Alonzo, general grocer, s e cur AVash'n and 3d. 3. 

Ansey Albert, wks ]\Ic(jlraw & Co. 

Anthony Lewis, clothing merchant, e s AVater, bet 4th and 
5th, res AA^'ashington, bet 5th and Centre. 8. 

Antony Jennie, wks Ephraim Saltemor. 

Argel Wm., blacksmith, bds Auscomb House. 

Archambeault J., wks Pitts & Cranages. 

Archer Albert A., engineer, res w s Adams, bet Campbell and 
Kivci". 5. 



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Archer Miss Jane, wks LaHiyette Brown. 

Arcliambaulfc Joseph, lab, res w s Dolsen, near Water. 

Archer Jolni, lab, wks Smith & Wheeler. 

Archer John, carp, e s Howard, bet 20th and ;ilst. 7. 

Archibald John, lumberman, res e s Saginaw, bet 10th and 

11th. :i. 
Argel William, blacksmith, wks T. Slenon. 
Argils William, blacksmith, bds Anscomb House. 
Argle Wm., carriage maker, T. Slenon, bds Anscomb House. 
Arkley AVilliam (W.Andrews & Co.), bds Anscomb House. 
Armbruster Kate, wks Ernst Frank. 
Armstrong James, commission merchant, es Washington, bet 

10th and 11th. 5. 
Armstrong Adam, driver (American Exp Co.), res nncertain. 
Arnold August, wks A. A. Oalfreit. 

Arnold Benjamin W. (Folsom & Arnold), res, Albany, N. Y. 
Arnold Frederick, baker, s w cor Saginaw and 5th, res same. 
Arnold Frederick, bakery, 5th, cor Saginaw, res same. 
Arnold George, lab, bds Joseph Pallehn, 
Arnold Ceorge, billiard saloon, ess water, bet aist and 32d, 

res same. '2. 



lAttle Jake & Co., IVisuer Block. 



Arnold Codfrey, baker, wks F. Arnold. 

Arnold John, butcher, s w cor Washington and 7th. 7. ' . 

Arnold 'LMiomus, lab, bds Corey House. 

Arnurcs John, lab, res e of F."& P. M. R. II., n s 18th. 3. 

Arp Cornelius, clock-maker, n 8 oJ, bet Van Buren and Jack- 
son. 2. 

Asch Samuel, - Board of Trade " saloon, Campbell House 
blk, s 8 3d, res Gth, bet Grant and Van Buren. 3. 

Ashley A. G., grocer, e s Mary Ann, bet 23d and 2-lth, res 
same. i. 

Ashley A. J., groceries and provisions, Water, bet 23d and 24th, 
res same. 4. 

Ashley Leoilard, wks Mc(}raw & Co. 

Atkins Miss Annie, bds Union saloon. 

Atkins J., lab, wks McGraw & Co., bds J. A. Little's. 

ATKINS LUCIUS Q., nndertaker and repairer, e s Water, 
cor 18th, res same. 3. 

Atkinson Bros. (Wm. G. and Charles), house, sign, and car- 
riage painters, shop n e cor Wash'n and Gth. 

Atkinson Charles (Atkinson Bios.), res w s Jackson, bet Gth 
7th. 4. 

Atkinson Edward, bds Globe Hotel. 



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BAY CITY DIKECTOKY. 417 

Atkinson George, painter, res s w cor 12th and Madison. 4. 

Atkinson Miss 'M.axj Ann, wks Daniel Ilallock. 

Atkinson Miss Rebecca, waiter International Hotel. 

Atkinson William (1. (Atkinson ]iro8.), res 12th, bet Jackson 
and Monroe. 

Atlantic Salt AVorks, Daniel A. Marshall snpt, Bay City lim- 
its, 1st ; Jolm C. Osgood, Sec'y ; Treas. res Salem, Mass. 

Atwood U. W., wks McGraw & Co. 

Anbi Zotique, lab, bds 0. Groudin. 

Aubry Oliver, blacksmith Rivet Bros., res s s Ist, bet Grant 
and Van Buren, 7. 

Auge Minnie, wks J [. Steele. 

Auerbach ^larcns K., elk B. L. Meister, bils same. 

Auger Charles, car])enter, c s Grant, bet fith and 7th. 4. 

Austin George M., bds Globe Hotel. 

Austin J. E., bds Globe Hotel. 

Austin "William J., filer, res n s Mercy, bet Belinda and Dol- 
sen. 2. 

Averell Charles M., manufacturer of quick lime, etc., res cor 
Centre and Jackson. 

Averell Charles M., res cor Centre and Jackson. 

Koch & Co., Ciciicscc St., oi>i>o)$itc Uuiicrofl House. 

Averell C. M., lime (kiln) burner, works w s ii Water, bet 1st 

and 2(1. 
Avery James IL, wks ]\I. Watrous & Sons. 
Avery James, mason, res s av cor 9th and Madison. 2. 
Avery Maurice, lab, res s e cor Watson and 39th. 3. 
I ' Avery Miles, lab, wks M. AVatrous & Sons. 

Avery Miles, engineer, o s 3d, bet 38Lh and 39th. 3. 

Avery Ogden, lab, bds ]\[. Avery's. 

Ayer George, lab, res w s Adams, bet 1st and Woodside ave. 2. 

B. 

Babo Charles (Babo & Travis), n av cor Grant and 3d. 8. 
Babcock Charles, engineer, w side Praser, bet 12th and 13th. 3. 
Babcock Denis, carpenter, res n s 1st, bet Farragut and Grant. 4. 
Babcock Edwanl V., painter, res c s Jackson, bet 7th and 

8th. 5. 

J Babstaman George, lab, e s Van Buren, bet 10th and 11th. 4. 

Bachman Miss Wilhemciran, bds Joseph Pollehn. 
Backus William ().. engineer, res w s Broadway, bet 27th and 

28th. 4. 
Badgley J. M., wks McGraw & Co. 

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Badgley Riifus, wks McGraw & Co., bds Wm. Ketclieson. '*' 

Badenge William, elk and bds F. Simon. 

Baedou F., wks Dolsen, Chapin & Bro. V 

Bagley Miss Jane, wka William II. Miller. '^ 

Bagley John, confectioner, rooms Union Block, w AVater. 
Bailey Adelbert, photographer, McEwcn Block, up ttairs, e s 

"Water, bet 4tii and 5tl), res Pendleton and 4th. 5. 
Bailey Adelbert, photographic artist, McEweii Block, res n w 

cor Pendleton and 4tl). 5. 
Bailey Amues, lumber merchant, res cor Centre and Sherman. 2. 
Bailey Arthur (Bailey & Ortou), bds Jervis Bailey. ^ 

Bailey Frederick, shoemaker, bds T. E. Whitney. ■'• 

Bailey J., Avks Folsom & Arnold. ' .. 

Bailey Jervis, gentleman, s w cor Munroe and 4th. ",1. Q 

Bailey Jonathon, lab, bds Jonatlian Smith. !^ 

Bailey & Orton (J. Arthur Bailey and Benjamin F. Orfcon), J 

hardware, stoves, and tinware, s w cor Water and 4th. ip 
Bailey Kobert, lab, res w a Madison, bet 3d and 4th. J.\ 'W 

Bailey 'LMiomas, lab, o s Grant, bet Woodside avo and let. 2. i 
Baird Alexander, fireman, w side Howard, bet ^Ist and 22d. 5. 'S^ 
Bain James, lab, bds Corey House. 41 

IJttlo Jake &. Co., "Boss" Clotlilors of the Slate. 

Bain Kobert S., carpenter, res Water, bet 1st and 2d. 4. 
Bajenski Wawzzyn, lab, res w a Jeiferson, bet Woodside av^e - 

and AVater. 0. 

Baker , bds Wm. Whiltal. 

Baker Emery, mason, bds Francis Shaw. 

Baker (reorge, farmer, bds Richard Camber. 

Baker James II., barber, shop w s Water, bet 35th and South 

Center, res e s Broadway, bet 32d and 33d. 2. 
Baker James, sailor, res e s Madison, bet 7th and 8th. 4. 
Baker, Jos., wks ]\IcCrraw & Co. 
Baker W. E., wks McGraw & Co. 
Baldrey Alfred, bds Joseph B. Campbell. 
Baldinger John J., elk, 11. Glover, bds Eraser House. 
Balany William, wks Folscom & Arnold. 
Balentine John , milk furnisher, s s Woodside ave, near 

Johnson. 3. 
Ballamy Miss Carrie, milliner, bds Wm, Nicholas. 
Ballamy William, lab, bds Wm. Nicholas. 
Ballard P., wks Dolsen, Chapin & Bro. 
Ballentine James M., lath-maker, res w s Adams, bet 10th and 

11th. 7. 
r)allor Miss Catharine, wks iiagati House. 



liAY CITY DIUKCTOliY. 419 

Hallour James, riverman, res s s Mercer, bet Dolsen and 

Beliodu. 8. 
Ikllnm Lay, lab, bds George Buthold. 
lialintiii J. M., wks Albert Miller. 
Bambach Albert, painter, e s Jackson, bet 8th and 9tb. 
Hambach Ernst, car})enter, e s Jackson, bet 8th and 9th. 
Bancroft F. A. & Co., dry goods, Center, bet Saginaw and 

Wash'n, Opera House blk. 
Hancrolt Frederick A. (Bancroft & Co.), res cor 9th and 

"Water sts. 5. 
Bans AValter, asst foreman McGrath's mill, res ses s e cor 

Fraser and 20th. 4. 
JJansijour Urgel, lab, res e s Cass. 2. 
ikrber John, wks John McEwan, bds John Barber. 
Barber John, watchman John McEwan. 
I' Ihrber Levi A. (Chapiu & Barber), res e s Wash'n, bet 5th 

and Center. C. 
Barber Samnel, wks Albert Miller. 
Barbery I)., fireman Barler & Chupin. 

Barclay Charles, carpenter, res e s Dolsen, bet "Woodside ave 
I and Water. 4. 



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n. & IB. KocSi & Co. are tlic Great Popular ClotliicrH. 

Barclay Jonathan S., real estate owner, s w cor Van Biiren 

and Tth. 2. 
liurdwoll Allen If., elk J. A. Pratt, bds same. 
' Bario (Jcorge, lather, bds Wm. LaBean. 

Barie James, lab, bds Washington House. 
Barkel Michael, lighter owner, bds Wolverton House. 
Barkel Alichael, lab, bds Jonathan Smith. 
Barker Columbus C, foreman, res s e cor 38th and Water. 2.. 
Barker John, lab, bds S. Hickey. 
1 1 Barkley Eugene, lab, bds CIny E. Thompson. 

f 7 ' Barlo Alexander, lab, bds Charles Wood. 

Barlow Frank, engineer, bds Mrs. M. Clover. 

Barlow ]\Iiss Mary, bds K. Barlow. 

Barlow Kobert, propr Oswego House, w s 3d, bet Saginaw and 

Wash'n, res same. 5. 
Barnerd Miss Kate, millinery and dress making, e s Water, bds 

Andrew Miller. 
Barnes Charles, wks McCraw & Co. 
Barnes Daniel sailor, res e s Jeiferson, bet 2d and 3d. 5. 
Barney Anthony, lab, wks William Peter. 
Barney M. P., wks Shearer & Co. 
Barney Moses, bds Carner Hotel. 
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420 BAY CITY l)IllE(rr01lY 

Barnbart Professor, professor music, bds Jolin "Wild. 

]iarney Joseph, wks Atlantic Salt Works, bds AVolskey House. 

Barney Louis, lab, bds J. Purrct. 

Barney Paul, wks Dolsen & Chapin, bds J. Parret. 

Barun E. C, lab, bds Cranipton House. 

Barrett M., lab, bds Martin Koche. 

Baron Michael, lab, wks Watrous & Sou. 

JJarr Erastus, lab, bds Jonathan Smith. 

Barrett Alexander, carpenter, n w cor 11th and Grant. 5. 

Barrett Edward, lab, bds J. T. Aikins. 

Barrett Frank, elk, res n w cor 4tli and Madison, y. 

Barrett Frederick, drayman, bds Frank ]?arrett. 

Barrett (Heorge, wks Barler & Chapin. 

Barrett John, bds Oramptou House. 

Barrett Mack, wks Whipple, Parmely & ('o. 

Barrett Miss Mary, bds II. G. Snow. 

Barrett Sylvester F., drayman, res cor -itli and Madison. 3. 

Barriques Miss Faunie, lives B. L. Meister. 

Barse William H., agt Anchor Line, oflicc Union blk, Water, 

res w 8 Wash'n, bet 6th and 7th. 4. 
Bartell Ed., ship carpenter, bds Cumberland House. 

Patronize tlie "Bo«s" Clolliiors, L<iltlc Jake & Co^ 

Bartelot James, lab, bds "J'homas McCullough. 
Bartholomew J. 11., wks Cates & Fay. 
Bartlenk Amond, lab, res s w cor 13th and Shermau. 3. 
Bartlett Clark, circular sawyer, K B. Bradley & Co., res 8 e 

cor Eraser and 15th. 2. 
Bartlett Hiram, wks William Peter, res n s 17th, bet Eraser 

and Fitzhugh. 3. 
Bartlett Lyman, sawyer, res e 8 Eraser, Let 17tli and 18th. 4. 
Barto Miss Lilla, home with William McGielirory. 
Barton I., wks Eolscoin & Arnold. 
Barton John, wks Chapin & liarber. 
Bartram Carrdll S., local editor Bay City Tribune, bds J. Ual- 

sted. 
BASCOM HENRY C, guns, ritles and sporting apparatus, 

204 Water, bet 4th and 5tii, res w e Jefferson, bet Gth and 

Centre. 3. 
Bassand John, wks Chapin & Barber. 
Bassctt John, sawyer Webster ("t Bros', saw mill, res n w cor 

31st and jVlar.'iac. 3. 

Bassid , merchant, Water, res n w cor 10th and Adams. 3. 

Bassingwait Edward, millwright, res s w cor 12th and iiiruey. <i. 
Baloman S. L., moulder, bds Anscomb House. 



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HAY CITY UIKECTOltV. 4^1 



liateniau Samuel \j., pattern maker Bay City Iron Works, bds 

0. M. Prescott. 
Bate Abraham, stone cutter, res s a 10th. 
Bates ]\riss Kate, servant gh'l Thomas O'Grady, bds same. 
Bates William, lab, bds Thomas Patridge. 
Bathgait Mrs. Margaret (wid John) boarding hou6e, s e cor 

AVilliams and 14th. 7. 
Baucas John, wks and bds J. J. Adams. 
Bautel Herman, lireman IT. M. Bradley't saw mil), bds N. 

Sclilcicher. 
Baxter James, wks Albert Miller. 
Baxter Joseph, lab, bds Corey House, 

Baxter Bobert (firm Baxter & Scully), bds J. Bowen. See adv. 
BAXTER & SCULLY (ROBERT BAXTER & JAMES 

SCULLY), brass founders, shop s c cor JIadison and 

AVoodside. Sec adv. 
Bay City Bridge Co., IJd. Officers--J. H. Hill, Pres.; B. K 

AVarren, Treas.; G. H. Van Etten, Sec'y. 
Bay City Bank, li;} n AVater. Capital $100,000. AV^m. Peter 

lUiddington, George AV." Young, George Young, George 

H. Lewis, Directors. 

M. & II. Kueli A: Co., lh« ITIcrcliuiit Tailors. 



Bay City Bank, 113 n Water. George Lewis, Pres.; George 
Young, A^ice Pres.; George. II. Youug, Casiiier. 

Bay City Cemetery, owned by J. Biriiey, located on the e s of 
f Tuscola Plank Puad, bet 12th and 1.3th. (Jeorge AVeaver, 

sexton. 

Bay City daily and weekly Tribune, ullice Averell blk, u s 
Centre, bet AVater and Saginaw, Henry S. Dow, A. M. 
Switzer, prop'rs (rej).), terms, daily $G, advance, weekly 
61.50; circulation, Sept. 22, on daily, 1000; Aveekly, 700. 

Bay City Iron Company, B. R Kay, Pres't; J. Pond, Sec'y ; 
E. G. Bote, Treas.; E. G. Bote and J. Pond, Directors; 
oilice and works n e cor 1st and Madison. 

Bay City Novelty Works (Geo. Ford, Peter L. Kogers, Dudley 
W. Case, S. S. Campbell), manufacturers steam engines, 
salt and steamboat machinery, oflice and works Campbell, 
or cor Ann and Lord, opp n w Gas and Water-pipe Works'. 

Bayne James, wks Albert Miller. 
, Bayroo Theo., lab, wks AVilliain Peter. 

Bazinski Felix, wks McGraw & Co. 

Beach C!harles G., J. P. Street & Co., res Mathewsou. 

Beach Darwin, bds AVolverton House. 

Beach Harlow T. (Touscy, Pierson Ot Beech), res w s Madison 
l>et 7th and Hth. i). 



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423 HAY CJTY DIIIECTOJIY. 



Beach Lyman, salesman, bds . 

Beambein 11. C, Avks Albert Miller. 

Bean Miss Catherine, wks Ontario Hottil, 

Beare Robert, lab, res s e cor 1st and Madison. 4. 

Bear Lewis, peddler, res w s Monroe, bet 7th and 8th. 7. 

Beard George, contractor, e side Adams, bet 10th and 11th. 3. 

Beard Henry, carpenter, bds Geo. Beard. 

Beard Robert, architect, bds Geo. Ikard. 

Beard William G., carpenter, bds Geo. Beard. 

Bearden Frank, elk Delmonico Restaurant. 

Beaton Sam., capt, rooms over 111 Centre. 2. ' 

Beattie N. IL, salesman Marsel & Goechee, bds Madison. 

Beaubieii Theodore J., fancy goods, Yankee notions, and agt 

Domestic S. ^f. Co., 105 n Water, res n e cor Gth and 

Adams. 2. 
Beaudct Georgiana, wks R. Barlow. 
Boaudette Uldaric, lab, res s e cor Monroe and 2d. 7. 
Beaulien Henri, lab, bds Mrs. Philomene Berthianme. 
Beaumont John, foreman F. Shearer & Co. 
Beauregard Francois, carpenter, res o s J[ary Ann, bet 34tu Ijl 

and 3oth. 4. '^1 

Little Jake & €u. Undersell Everybody. 

Beck Henry, cabinet-maker, wks Parker & Loyd, res Saginaw, 

bet Gth and 7th. 3. ■ - 

Beck Henry, carpenter, res c s Saginaw, bet Gth and 7th. 3. 
IJECK JACOB, upholsterer, s s 5th, bet Saginaw and VVater, i 

res same. 7. ^:- 

Becker Enos, elk, bds Anscomb House. 
Becker Horace, Deputy U. S. ^Marshal, n e cor Monroe and 

8th. G. 
Becker Lewis, lab, res n s IGth, nr Farragut. 4. 
Bcckwith Luther, atty, res w s Jefferson, bet Gth and 7th. 4. 
Becshnett J., wks McGraw & Co. 
BEEBEE &,«11AD1)0CK (Seth W. Beebe and Edward B. 

Braddock), bottling works, s w cor s water and 35th. Sec 

advt. 
liecbe Edward H., sawyer, res s s Fremont ave, bet Wilson 

and Mercer. 4. 
Beebe James, land looker, res w s Dolsen, bet Water and 

Woodside ave. 5. 
Beebe Setli W. (Beebo & Braddock), res s s 35th. 
Beebe AVilliani W., wks Beebe & Braddock, res 34th. 
Beebe William, wks Cliapin & Barber. 
Beencr August, carpenter, bds International Hotel. 



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Beers Andrew J,, carpenter, res w s Grant, bet 10th and 11th. 3. 
Beers Charles E., steamship and railway ticket agt, and for F. 

& P. M. R. R., ofiice depot and cor Centre and Water, bds 

Fraser House. 
Beers John 11., sliipping elk F. & P. M. R'y, bds L. P. llogers. 
Beers Stci)heu A., freight agt F. & P. M. R. R., res s w cor 4th 

and Sheridan. 3. 
lieers Tiieodore M, carpenter, res e s Broadway, bet 31st and 

32d. 3. 
Beetty Alexander, slioemaker G. Boiten, bds Crampton House. 
Beglc Charles, lumberman, Talbert vSii'lon. 
Begle Miss ISarah, bds 'i'alberr. iSlelon. 
Begevin Ephraim, wks Thomas Begeviu. 
BEGEVIN THOMAS, grocer. Water,' cor 31st, res same. 
Behauseb John, wks William Peter. 
Belfour Thomas, millwright Webster & Bro., res w s Broad- 

Avay, bet 24th and 25th. 2. 
Belhorn Louis, lab, bds John Proebster. 
Belick Miss ilary, -wks Ephraim Martin. 
Belyoa Wellington J., printer, bds Wolverton House. 
Bell John, lab, res e s Jefferson, bet 15th and IGth. 2. 

Loivcst I'riccs at M. &. IS. Mueli & Co's. 



Bell Kate, wks Archie Morrison. 

Bellado Louis, lab, wks William Peter. 

Bellamore Anthony, lab, bds Moses Rich. 

Belleuger George, lab, bds Guy E. Thompson. 

Bellinger Frank, wks and bds 0. H. P. Goodwin. 

Bellmore Miss Alice, wks Emmanuel Laplante. 

Bellor James, wks Dolsen, Chapin & Bro. 

Benham Henry A., carp, res s 8 9th, bet Van Buren and Sher- 
man. 4. 

Belyea W. J., printer, bds Wolverton House. 

Bennett B. F., bds Globo Hotel. 

Bennett Delbert T., book-keeper C. W. Gate, bds Globe Hotel. 

Bennett EdMn T., circulating a'gt '' Bay City Tribune," res 
Jetfn, bet Dth and 10th. 

Bennett G. F., wks McG raw & Co. 

Bennett Henry, sailor, w side Jefferson, bet 8th and 9th. 3. 

Bennett. Henry Harris, capt bge ''Eleanor," e s Jefferson, 
between JOth and 11th. 5. 

Bennett John ])., liveryman, res s e cor Fremont avcnno and 
Wilson. 1. 

Bennett Leander, sailor, w s Jefferson, bet 9th and 10th. G. 

Bennett Seth J., carp, roa e a Fitzhugh, bet 13th and 14th. 5. 



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Bennett William, elk "Woolson & Kiso, bcls J. A. Welsh. 

Bennett AVilliam R, elk AVni. M. Kelly, bds AVolvcrton House. 

Hens Walter, Avks McCiraw & Co. 

Benson Miss Alice, dress maker, bds parents. 

Benson Frederick, lab, wks William Teter. 

Benstine Herman, elk Bailey & Orton, res s w cor 'M and 

Sherman, ij. 
Benson John, drayman, res e s ^Monroe, bet 17th and 18th. 2. 
Benson Robert, wks Pitts & Cranage. 
Benton John, wks Green & Dingman, bds Barclay House, 
lientz Frank, lab, bds 0. Mewes. 
Benwye Miss Etta, wks Crampton House. 
Jienes Jerob, lab, bds AYyandotte House. 
Bercater John, wks Albert ^lillcr. 
Berg, Jiliss Li/zie, wks li. i\[eisel. 
Bcrlan Joseph, lab, res v of Dolson, bet U'oodside avo and 

Water. 3. 
Hernier Jean, hib, bds O. Grondin. 
Bernethy Miss Annie, waitress, Wolverton House. 
Bernthy (rcorge, lab, bds Thomas MeCullugh. 

Bernier , lab, w s ({rant, bet 11th and 12th. 2. 

Jieron Joseph, wks ]''olsom & Arnold, bds I^Iontreal House. 

One Price to till ut Little Jake & €o^ti. 

Beron Lewis, lab, bds ITamlin House. 

Berry I'^rank, teamster, re.s w s Saginaw, bet 10th and 11th. \i. 
Beri-y John H., carpenter, ros n w cor 21st and AVilliam. 3. 
Bertch Louis (Tapert & I'lcrtch), res Centre, bet Johnston and 

Pendleton. 8. 
l^erthelott James, lab, res w s .left'erson, bet 1st and Woodside 

ave. 3. 
Berthianme Mrs. Philonu' (wid ]Ienry), w s 8th, bet 31st and 

32d. i>. 
Berthold (ieorge, prop'r Home Saloon, res u s Howard, bet 

IGth and 17th. 7. 
Bertrim James, wks Dolscn, Chapin & Bro. 
Bertron Henry, lab, bds ]\routreal House. 
Bcsneitc Frank, lab, bds I^Iontreal House. 
Best Mahlon H., lab, bds tStanstead House, 
iietts Angust, wks McOraw & Co. 
Bcurgert Haniel, lab, bds Wyandotte House. 
Beurgert John, hib, bds Wyandotte House. 
Beyler Philip, elk, res cor 13th and Williams. 
Beyor Peter, wks MeCraw & Co. 

Bailey Abraham M., tailor, res n e cor 28tli and Morsae. 8. 
Bidlfuiuii Miss Adaline, home, willi Wcsli'v .1. Hawkins. 



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IVicv John, lab, wks »Shearei' & Co. 

bier Josejjb, lub, wks Shearer & Co. 

Hieske Miss ]\Iiniiie, Avks Gavord House. 

Hilanger Xavier, carpcntcM-, res c s Adams, bet 8tli and litb. 3. 

Hillings Koberf, lireman, res cor 7th and Wash'n. 11. 

Hings^ John, Avks X. W. gas and water pipe factory, bds II. S. 

Snow. 
Birch Albert, carpenter, res n s Ith, bet Pendleton and 

Chase. ;5. 
Birch Andrew, lab, res s c cor Saginaw and I'-Jth. 7. 
Birch William, carpenter, bds Astor House. 
Bird Archibald, lab, bds Mrs. Margaret Bird. 
Bird Miss Catharine, lives j\Irs. Margaret Bird. 
Bird ^Irs. ]\Iargaret (wid Benjamin), res n w cor :)2i\ and 

Mar sac. "i. 
Birds Samuel, elk, bds Robert Barlow. 
Birney Arthur M. (Chronicle Printing Association), business 

manager '-Chronicle;' Birney block, n Water, bds James 

Birney. 
Birney James (Clironiclc Printing Association), editor-in-chief 

'•Chronicle," ollice liirney block, ji water, res 10th, bet 

Grant and Farra^^ut. 



On!)' «iic Price at M. Jk II. Koeli & Co's. 



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Birney S., wks Dolsen, Chapin & Bro. 

Birlcli Wm., double trapeze performer, bds Anscomb House. 

liishop Peter, lab, res over 1U9 n Water. 4. 

liissell l*royi)er 1)., grocer, s w cor Belinda and Water, res a s 
Mercer, bet Belinda and Dolsen. 4. 

Jilack Kobert, bds Mrs. Julia Leonard. 

Black Bobert, lab, res e s Adams, bet 7th and 8th. 7. 

Black Robert', wks Green & Dingman, bds Barclay House. 

Blackburn Sarah, Avks C. E. Jennison. 

Blackman P. H. & Co. (Frank H. Blackman, J. Frank Eddy), 
clothiers and merchant tailors, 108 n AVater. 

Blackman Frank H. (Blackman iS: Co.), res w side Madison, 
bet 8th and 9tli. ;J. 

Blackman (ieorge V., lumberman, s e cor Jeflerson and 8th. 4. 

Blackman Henry, wks Hitchcock iS; Ingrahams, bds R. Wil- 
liams. 

Blackman Horace, res s e cor 11th and Saginaw. :). 

Blacktop John, lab, bds Joseph BolVin. 

jilain Mrs. Alice (wid Amorn Blain), res e s Marsac, hot 30th 
and lilst. r>. 



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Blair Miss Charlotte M., teacher 2d ward school, bds 0. D. 

Chapin. 
Blair Eli, bds Mrs. A. A. Maxoii. 

Blair Jas., Avks McGraw & Co. , ; 

Blaisdell Iliram, att'j, olJice rooms 32 Watson blk, Water, bds 

Mrs. J. D. Eaton. 
Blake Johu, laborer, e side Jackson, bet 10th and Uth. 2. 
Blanchard William A., elk, bds Taylor Ilouse. ; 

Blanchette Lonis, wks Pitts & Cranage. 

Blanchett Lewis, lab, bds Chatham House. .; 

Blean John, lab, bds William J. Daniels. ;|| 

Bleaser John, tinsmith, res s o cor Adams and Gth. 3. . 'm 

Bice Miss Annie, wks 0. II. Pomeroy. < ^jS? 

Bligh ^Irs. Cleora M., bds William L. Fay. ; M 

Blith Henry, jobber, s c cor Lincoln ave. and Sheridan. 4, "# 
Blodget Horace, engineer, res w s Adams, bet 1st and Wood- .,H 

side ave. -i. M 

Blodgett John M., lab, res o s Dolsen, near Water. ;i, M 

Bloedou Lewis, dealer in furniture, Center No. 113. M 

Blohm John, lumber piler J. ^IcEwan. :fe 

Blohm John, lab, bds Wolskey House. '* 

I^arg;c>it Stock in the State at Little Jaiie's. S 



Blohm William, lumber piler, John McEwan, bds Wolskey 

House. 
Blonin l^'rancois, carp, w s ^lary Ann, bet 33d and 54th. 10. 
Blomlin Alexander, wks Pitts & Cranage. 
Bloom Charles, wks Hitchcock & Ingraham. 
Bloom John, sawyer, bds John Broebster. 
Bloom John, wks Albert Miller. 
Bloomfield George, saloon keei)er, w s Williams, bet 20th and 

21st. 
Blosh Edward, machinist, s e corner 29tli and Mary Ann. 4. 
]51oss Johu, lab, bds M. S. Meagher. 
Blotherman Ivudolph, lab, bds Joseph Cusson. 
Bloxtou William, lab, wks William Peter. 
Blummingfield A., wks Albert JMillcr. 
Blumke William, lab, res s o cor 9th and Farragut. 2. 
Blunt John, lab, bds Thomas (jreen. 
Boflin, Joseph, lab, s c cor IGth and Howard, a. 
Bogardus, Adoram, carp, res s s 18ti), eof ]'\ & 1*. M. K. K. 2. 
luigart Charles A. (h.) j)hysician, res e s Wash'n, bet 10th and 

nth. 2. 
iJogaska Philip, lab, wks William Peter, 
Holim Miss Annie, wks C. Kussou. 



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Doha John, lab, s s Woodside ave, bet Madison and Adams. 6. 

lioild John, kb, bds John McGrain. 

Boile Llarck, mill hand, bds Taylor House. 

Boiten George, boots and shoes, e s s Water, bet 30th and 31st 

Holer Jlrs. Margaret (wid), lives with James Ryan. 

Boles James, lab, bds Robert Wilson. 

UoUver Patsey, lab, bds John Ilanlin. 

Bolger Miss Annie, waitress Wolverton House. 

Bolton D. E., lumber inspector, bds Wolverton House. 

Bolton William, barber, shop e s Water, bet 13th and 14tb, 

bds 0. C. Darling. 
Bolzemane Miss Minnie, wks II. P. Merill. 
Honem Frank, wks Albert ]\Iiller. 
Bonem Peter, wks Albert Miller. 
Bonghuer James, rlverniau, bds Anscomb House. 
Bonuette Clark, elk, bds 1). B. Sheller. 
Bonnette Harry, elk Henry S. Reynold, bds 12th, bet Jefifer- 

son and Washington sts. 
Bonum Miss Maggie, wks Oscar F. Hamet. 
Boobletts August, wks McGraw & Co. 
Boon Cornelius, wks Pitts & Cranage. 

M. &. 11. Koch Jk €o., tlic l^cadcrs of Fu»>ltion. 



Boon John, carpenter, bds Thomas Bailey. 

Bootyette Rigest, elk M. H. Kittcridge, res e s Adams, bet 7th 
and 8(h. 3. 

Uooth Henry, frame-maker, n s 8th, bet Adams and Wash'n, 
res Wenona, 

Bopreaux Charles, lab, bds Chatham House. 

Bocjuette Henry W., lab, bds James Wesson. 

Borim Desire, carpenter, rese s Howard, bet 20 and 21st. 3. 

Borxrav August, lab, bds Gavord House. 

Bosburgh Frank, captain tug " Seely," res n w cor 2d and 
Madison. 

Bosburgh Mrs, Louisa (wid Edward), res n w 2d and Madi- 
son. 2. 

lioshaw Emiel, wks Folsom & Arnold, res s s Water, bet 
Annie and Lincoln. 4. 

Boshon P., wks Dolsou, Chapin & Bro. 

Bossiere A., wks McGraw & Co. 

Bossicre P., wks McGraw & Co. 

Bothe August E., elk, res e s Jackson, bet 6th and 7th. 3. 

Bonnais Benjamin, iSr., lab, res n e cor Bowery and 22d. 3. 

lionnais Benjamin, lab, res n e cor Bowery and 22d. 2. 

Bouchard Cliophas, engineer, res n e cor 4th and Sheridan. 8- 



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Bouchard Israel, shoemaker, ess Water, bet JUst and 33d, bda 

I. Boucliard. 
Bouchard Joseph, bhieksmitli, wks F. Lafrance, bds same. ^ 
Bouchard Lewis, shoemaker, I. Bouchard, res ess Water, bet'sf 

31st and '3'2i\. 4. % 

Boucher Louis, lab, res e side Williams, bet 21st and 22d. 5. .^^^ 
Boucher Nelson, lab, res s w cor Fitzhugli and 17th. 7. 
Boucher Migel, wks McGraw & Co. t,.- 

Boucher Sophie, wks Robert Calhoun. r^. 

Boudois Lewis, lab, bds Ilichard Champagne. .{ 

Houghner James IL, lab, bus Anscomb House. 
Boughton Charles Af., elk, and bds Wolverton House. 
Bounetto Clark, elk, 11. S. IJaymond, bds 7). B. Shelley. 

J3ourdon , bds C. liaby. 

Bourdon John, wks Pitts & Cranage. 

Bourdon Thomas, wks Pitts & Cranage. m sM 

Bourque Joseph, bds C. liaby. 

l^outell Benjamin, Capt., res s e cor Grant and 5th. 3. 

lioutell Mrs. Betsy (wid Daniel), s w cor Madison and 8tb. 

Houtell Cillmen, drayman, bds Mrs. Betsey Boutell. 

Boutell Miss KeneriHa, bds Mrs. Betsey Boutell. 

^o Bunferiiiu al fivittlc Jukc'ii. 

Boutell Miss Kcuarissa, bds Mrs. Betsey Boutell. 

Boutraur Joseph, s s 3J, bet Pendleton and (Uiase. G. 

Bo wen Daniel \'., grocer, res e s Washington, bet 1 1 Ih and 12th. 

Cloves to X. Y. soon. 

Uoweu , res s s Madison, nr ^lonroe. 2. 

Bowles George, lab, bds J. A. Little. 

Bowro John, elk, bds (ieorge Berthold. 

BOUTllEUR PETER F., prop Boutreur House, s s Lord, 

near Annie. 5. 
Boy Rosteka, wks Albert Miller. 
Boy Steel W., wks Albert j\riller. 
Boyce Edwin, lab, bds Barclay House. 2. 
Boycc Jacob, lab, res e ]'\ Od P. ls\. li. P., bet ooth and South 

Center. 5. 
i>oyer James, salt boiler, W. I'eter. res c s Water, bet 2oth and 

20th. . 
Boyes Hiram, slationarv engineer, res w s Water, bet 23d and 

21th. 3. 
Hoyes Ilichard, raltsnnin, res 1105 « Water, bet i7thand IHth. 3. 
IJoyk' iMark, wks Mc(jraw & Co. 
lioyle ,Jos., wks Mc(Jra\v & (yO. 
IJrabow Joseph, carp, e s Jelf'n, bet 10th and 11. 2. 



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Bradbury Chas., wksMcGraw & Co. 

Hraddick A. C. & Sons (Asaliel 0. Braddick, N. A. Braddick, 

A. N. Braddick), munf'rs lumber, laths and shingles, 

rough and dressed lumber; mill and office n Water, foot 

Tremont. 
Hraddick A. C. (A, ('. Braddick & Sons), res cor Front and 

3Gth. 7. 
Braddick Asahel (J. (A. C. B. & Sons), res e s Water, bet 34th 

and 35th. 2. 
Braddick A. N. (A. C. B. & Sons), bds A. C. Braddick. 
Braddick Charles S., book-keeper, Braddick & Sons. 
Braddick N. A. (A. 0. Braddick & Sons), Newton A. Braddick 

bds Asahel C. Braddick. 
Braddock Charles S., insurance agent, res bet Centre and 

23d. 3. 
Braddock David K., Avks Beebe & Braddock, bds W. W. 

Beebe. 
Braddock Edward B. (Beebe & Braddock), res s Centre. 
Braddock Henry A., county clerk, res cor s Centre and 

Water. 4. 
Braddock Oscar h., elk, Jj. S. Coniaii, res cor Gth and Grant. 

Only one Price at M. & II. Koch & €o'(«. 

Bradfield ^Nlrs. Charlotte, millinery and fancy goods, o s 
Water, bet 4th and 5th, res same. 

Bradley A., wks AlcCraw & Co., bds Taylor House. 

Bradley Elcmar C, student, bds n e cor Washington and 7th. 

Bradlury Charles, lab, bds Corey House, 

Bradley H. M. (James Rice & Co.), res cor 16th. 

Bradley James AV., lab, res e side Van Buren, bet 1st and 
Woodside ave. 4. 

Bradley John L., elk, N. B. Bj-adley & Co., res Madison, cor 
10th. 2. 

Bradley Nathan B, (W. B. Bradley & Co.), res u c cor Wash- 
ington, No. 223, and 7th. 4. 

Bradley N. K & Co. (Nathan B. Bradley and Chas. Bradley), 
lumber and salt manuf'rs, mill e s Water, cor 14th. 
Employ 110 mem. 

Bradshaw Gilbert, driller, bds K. Williams. 

Brady Frauci, lab, bds Montreal House. 

Brady Peter, "wks Gates & Eay, bds Capitol House. 

Brady AVilliani, wks Holsen, Chapin & Bro. 

Braguc Sylvester, teamster, K J. Drake t!t Son. 

Braentigam Frederick, lab, res c s Jackson, bet 3d and 4th. 2. 

Braim Benjamin, lab, bds AVashington House. 



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Braim Isaac, lab, bds Washington House. 

Brakeman Josei)h, bds Mrs. (J. Taitte. 

Bruker Joseph, hib, bds James A. Little. 

Braman Cliaries F., book-keepjr Chronicle OHice, res 31sfc, nr 
Water. 2. 

Brandt Charles, lab, res w s Fitzhugh, bet 20th and 21st. 5. 

Brandan Charles W., pressman "Tribune" Office, bds Wolvertou 
House. 

Brandan William, pressman " Bay City Tribune.'' 

Brandimore William, street car driver, res w a Madison, bet 
1st and 2iid. 4. 

Brandimon Christopher, lab, res w s Adams, bet 1st and Wood- 
side ave. 5. 

Braun Jacob, lab, bds Henry Lutzke. 

Brayman Daniel, lumberman Braddick & Sons, w s, bet 33d 
and 34th. 3. 

Brayman D. C, contractor, bds Taylor House. 

Brazzelton Lewis N. (col), barber, shop basement 117 n Water, 
bds Ht. Oames llestaurant. 

Breaker Frances, lab, bds Corey House. 

Brebster John, wks I^. B. Bradley & Co. 

Interview the ''Boss" ClotliicrM, Little Jake & €u. 

Breen John, lab, res Centre, nr Carney lload. 

Breckler Joseph, clothier, res Saginaw, bet Gth and 7th. 3. 

Brcckler & Lewinstaiu (Joseph Breckler and Bernhardt Lewin- 
s(ain), clothiers, e a Water, bet 5th and Centre. 

Brechtel Ijouis, fisher, res s w cor Madison and Water. 5. 

Brehmer Mrs. Mary Ann (Charles), boarding house, w s Sagi- 
naw, bet 4lh and 5ch. 4. -J, 

Brennan J\rartih, jobber, s e cor IGth and Fraser. 9. % 

Brewster , fireman, bds Mrs. M. Clover's. Z^ 

Brewster & Keith, wholesale brokers and commission dealers 
in salt, olhce Shearer blk, cor Centre and Water. 

Biewster llobert E., lumberman, res e s Saginaw, bet 10th and 
11th. 4. ' 

Brewster Wm. F., com. sail, dealer, bds Fraser House. 

BriblisKoll, lab, bds Ceo. Berthokl. 1^1 

Briggs Fremanu, wks 11. F. Higgius. ^! 

Briggs II., wks Dolsen, Chapin & Bro. 

Briggs, Pierce, wks Dolsen, Chapin & Bro. 

Briggs Joseph, bds J. Howell. 

Briggs Percival, lab, res n a Mercer, bet Barney and Dolsen. 9. 

JJrimmer Francis, lab, bds Nowicko saloon. 

Urin Oscar, lab, bds Mrs. Philomene Berthiaume. 



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IJrindamour Christopho, ^vks Pitts & Cruntige. 

Ih'iiitluniour Christophe, bds E. Brindamour. 

Hriiulamour Edouard, lab, res s \v cor 18tli and Howard. 4. 

Hriiidamonr Edouard, .Jr., bds E. Brindamour. 

Hrindaniour Jean, wks Pitts & (Jrauage. 

Brindamour Josej)!!, "wks Pitts & Cranage. 

Hrinkmau John, lab, res ^\' s ]\lonroe, bet Woodside ave and 

1st. 8. 
Hrinkman Josei)b, elk AVm. M. Kelley, bds I). Tate. 
Hrisbo Israel, carpenter, res w s Lincoln, ur Campbell. 9. 
Brisbois Abraham, teamster, res n w cor 31st and Wilson. 5. 
Brisbois Joseph, lab, res s s 31st, bet Wilson and Marsac. G. 
Brisbois Miss Zoe, tailorcss, Avks J. R. Johnson. 
Brisboy Arthur, engineer Fi-aser House. 
Brisbron Nelson, lab, bds N. Hebert. 
Broben Joseph, wks McGraw & Co. 
Brock Augustus, lab, wks Shearer & Co. 
Brock George, lab, bds Crampton House. 
Brockiniller John, wks l^arler & Chapin. 
BROOKS MRS. CARRIE M. (col'd), laundress, laundry 

basement Watson blk, 103 n Water, res Griswold blk. 

Fine Fiiriii!!iliiiig (iioodK at TM. II &. Iiocli &. Co's^. 



Brooks David, lab, e s Van lUiren,bet 1st and Woodside ave. 4 

Brooks John W. (col'd), rooms (iriswold blk. 

lirosbois Nelson, "wks Chapin <& Jiarber. 

Brother lildwaril B., smtill beer and \H)]), res u s Centre bet 2d 

and 3d. 3. 

Brown Mrs. (wid), u w cor Fremont and Wilson. 

Brown Albert, wks J. McGraw & Co. 

Brown Miss Abie, dressmaker, rooms Union blk, n Water. 

Brown Arthur (A. BroAvn & Co.), 122 Bank blk, Centre. 2. 

Brown A. & Co., harness, saddles, etc, shop 200 Centre. 

lirown A. S., sawyer jVr. AVatrous & Sons. 

Brown & Bro. (Thomas and Hugh), hotel, liridge blk, 3d. 

Brown Charles' lab, n e cor Van Burcn and 4lh. 4. 

Brown Charles N., wks McGraw & Co. 

Brown Elijah, wks Whipple, Parmeley & Co., res e s Water, bet 

30th and 3l6l. X'. 
BroAvu T. E., elk American Express Co., bds Wolverton House 
Brown George AV. W., toll-keeper, Bay Cily bridge, res 119 w 

s Jefferson, bet Centni and .Oth. 4. 
Brown H., wks Dolsen, Chapin &, Bro., bds Jonathan Smith. 
Brown Hugh, saloon propr, bds Delmouico restaurant. 
Brown Isaac (col'd), salt-packer, e s I'raser, bet loth and lOth. 5 



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BrowD John, carpenter, res n s 12tli, bet Adams and Wasli'ii. 6. 

Brown John, lab, bds Wm. Robertson. 

Brown John, lab, wks AViMiani Peter. 

Brown John, carpenter, res w s (irand, bet lUth and llth. 6. 

Brown John P., niana^'or Ocean Oyster Dining Rooms, bds' 

same. 
Brown Joseph, lab, bds AVilliam Ralph. 
Brown Lafayette N., wks Smith & AVlieeler, res e s JacksonjJ 

bet 0th and 10th. o. | 

Brown Martin W., wks W. II. DeJ.isle, res w s Annie, nr Oamp-ll 

bell. 5. ■ • ■■ 

Brown N. 0., wks ^IcOraw & Co. 
Brown Otto, lab, bds John Osborn. 

JJrown Robert E., printer, bds Wolverton House. • 

Brown Tliomas, refused to ^ive names. 
Brown William, sawyer Hitchcock & Ingraham, bds Aster' 

Uouse. 
Brownson AVilliam S., millwright, e s Monroe, bet 3d and 4th. 6. 
Bruiser John, lab, bda Wolskey Ifouse. 

Brunner Chas. V. (0. Brunner & Bro.), bds Forrest City House. 
Brunncr Charles (Brunner & Bro.), res cor Gth and AVash'n. G*. 

fettle Juke JL Co., "IVisiicr Block. 

Bruner Henry, dealer in groceries and provisions, res cor Grant 
and 7th. 

Brunner & Bro. (C. & 11.), dealers in groceries and provisions, 
No. 108 cor. Centre and .Saginaw. 

Brunner Henry (C. Brunner «.S: Bro.). res w s Grant, bet 0th 
and 7th. ;i. 

Bruce James, wks Gates & Fay. 

Buck Charles E., bar-tender \St. James Restaurant, res e s 
Water, bet 13th and 14th. 3. 

Buck Uys. Alma (wid Justus), s w cor 18th and Broadway. 3. 

Buck William, res w s s Water, bet 34th and 3oth. 2. 

Bucklin John, stage manager Joe ^lills, bds same. 

Buckman Frank, lab, bds Barclay House. 

Buchaium ]\[iss Catharine, wks l\[rs. M. Bathgait. 

Buchanan John, lab, bds John Gavoid. 

Buchanan Stephen A., carpenter, res e s Sheridan, bet Camp- 
bell and Woodside ave. 4. 

Bukoski Felix, lab, res s s 18th, bet Eraser and J'^itzhugli. :i. 

lUikoweki Stilf, tailor, res w s lotli, w of Farragut. 0. 

Bukofsky Stephen, tailor A. Cluipman & Co. 

Jkimp Charles M., teller State Bank, bds Campbell House. 

Bunday Jacob, lab, wks Sbciuvr <i Co. 






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Bundy Jacob, lab, res s e cor Campbell and Lincoln, o. 

Bim«1y Lewis, wks McGraw & Co, 

Hunerfc Theodore, wka K. J. Carney, res w s Crant, bet lltli 

and 12tli. 2. 
Hunnell Miron, sherilf Bay Connty, res jail, s o cor Jellbrdon 

and Centre. 4. 
IJurcli Andrew, lab, res s u cor UHli and liowery. 7. 
Ihirch George, engineer, wks McGraw& Co., bds Taylor House. 
Hurch William, carpenter and joiner, bds Anscomb House. 
Hurdett John, machinist, res w s Sheridan, bet 14th and loth. 9. 
Hordick Charles, mason, bds 117 Adams. 
Ihirean Louis, wks Avooden-ware Avorks, res e s Water, bet 29th 

and 30th. 8. 
Bureus C. Avks I^IcGraAV & Co. 

Burgeau John, lab, res e s Marsac, bet 27th and 28th. 3. 
Burgess James, carpenter, Wenona. 
Burke Jliss Austasia, home with Miss Jeanetto Ilenime. 
Jiurke JMiss Etta, wks Bay City steam laundry, bds Mrs. E. I. 

Pool. 
Burke Jessee, physian, office over Smith & Hart's store, AVater, 

cor 4th, res Jackson, bet 10th and 11th. 2. 



Koch &. €«»., <Jc ncKcc St., oppuMitc Bancroft House. 

Burke J.eAvis, lab, bds 0. IJurke's. 

Burke Oliver, carpenter, e s Eraser, bet 13th and 14th. 7. 
Burke W^illiam, painter, s e cor Eitzuth and 17th. 7. 
Burkhardt Michael, teamster, ns e s Jackson, bet Cth and 
7th. (!. 

IJurlew Miss Luella, dress-maker :Nrrs. U. Sanford, bds parents. 
Burn Martin, lub, bds M. S. IVreagher. 

Burnap Ela A., machinist Smallcy liros. & Lewis, bds Wil- 
liam Beebe. 

liurnette , res e s Earragut, bet 13th and 14th. 

Bnrnham Erank, janitor ojK'ra house, and bill poster, rooms 
Opera House bld'g. 

Burns JBernard, teamster Eolsom cS: Arnold, res s s Eitzjerald, 
bet Belinda and Johnston. IJ. 

Burns (ieorgo, tinsmith, Avks John Styninger, Inls same. 

Burns John, edger, Avks John JfcEwan. 

Burns AVilliam, tinsmitii, bds J. Stininger. 

Burns Macky, lab, bds A\^ashington House. 

liurns Maggie, bds John Drake. 

Burns Thomas, lab, wks Webster & Bros. 

Hurnside ]\[rs. Charlotte (wid Henrv ^Vm. Burnside), home 
Avith ^Vm. Mercer. 



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Burringtoii lliley, cuptiiiii "Evergreen City," res tlOl Je{^n,^ 

enr Gth. 4. 
BURR WILLIAM 11., pliysician, room Ko. 4 AVatson blk, 

bds Jacob 1). Eaton. 
Burt Joshua G., gunsniitl), shop w s Saginaw, bet 4tli and 1 

6tb, res same. 5. fT 

Burt Joshua G., gunsmith, S;iginaw-st, bet 4th and Sth, rei .^ 

same. 
Burtch Andrew, lab, wks William Peter. 

Burton Billings, edger, Whipple, Parmeley & Co. ' m^i 

Burton Charles F., gunsmith, with J. G. Burt. JJ. '^1 

Burton Johnson, wagon maker, T. Slenon, bds J. McKinuou. ^' 
Burton Thomas IL, elk, bds AVolverton House. 
Burton Wm., supt street railway, AVater, res n s 3d, bet Johnson 

Birney. li. 
Busbon John,wks Pitts & Cranage. 

Bush Benjamin, lab, res n e cor 7th and Saginaw, o. U 

Bush George, wks I^IcGraw & ('o., bds John Osborn. "■^; 

Bush .Mrs. Sophia, lives B. Bush. y. 
Bush AVni., wks Atlantic salt Avorks, bds AV. Zimmerman. 
Busheon Alexander, carpenter, res w s Belinda, nr Ketchura. 6 

L.iUlc Jake &. Co., ''Boss" ClolUicrs of tlto State. 

Bushcy Charles, lab, I'es n s Campbell, bet Ann and Sheri- 
dan, o. 

Bushy Nelson, wks Whipple, Parmeley & Co. 

Bushy Peter, wks Whipple, i'armeley & Co. 

Butcheck B. Casper, lab, res e s liiver. bet 3.")th and s Centre. 4. 

Butler John, lab, bds j\lartin lioche. 

Byer Adam, lath-maker, John i\IcEwan, res e end Water, c s 
McEwan's mill. -1. 

Byrd George A., elk, Anscomb JTouse, bds same. 



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Cacbinski Fi'ank, lab, bds C. Butcheck. 

Cacy John, propr Buffalo Saloon, 4th, bet Saginaw and Water, 

res same. 7. 
Cady George, wks IS'. B. Bradley ».S: Co., res Fitzhugh, bet 14th 

and 15th. (i. 
Cader George, lab, wks William Peter. 
Caillct Conrad, salt-boiler, res n s Ketchum, bet Johnson and 

Belinda. 4. 
Cain John, lab, bds AVolvertou House. 
Cain .lohn, biackhuiilli, les w h I'x'linda, bet ]Mercer and 

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Cuinis Micliael, bar-tender "Wolvertoji lloiiso, bils same. 

(,'alefoot George, wks MoGraw & Co. 

Ciilehcr Timothy, lab, bils Ragau House. 

Caletskie Francis, lab, wks Shearer & Co. 

Culey George W., sawyer, res w s 25th, bet AVihon and Marsac. 2. 

Calhoun Kobert, supt gas Avorks, res s s 11th, bet Saginaw and 

Wash'n. 4. 
Callahan Patrick, lab, bds International Hotel. 
Calhini Miss Catharine, bds Wra. Keany. 
Calleghem Denis, plasterer, res e s Monroe, bet 11th and 12th. 2. 
Callender William E., carpenter, res n s 9th, bet Madison and 

Monroe. 5. 
Cullighan AVilliam, lab, bds John liohn. 
Callison David D., brewer, s e cor 12th and Fraser. 8. 
Camber Richard, carpenter, res ^v s 17th, bet Fraser andFitz- 

hugh. '3. 
Cameron Hugh, lab, res e s Bowery, bet 14th and loth. 4. 
Camp Frank M., elk Johnson, bds J. D. Lewis. 
Campbell Miss Agnes T., teacher 1st Ward school, bds S. S 

Campbell. 
Campbell Archibald, lumberman, bds Ansconib House. 

Kkl C»love!« at M. &, II. Koch &, Co's. 

Campbell Colin, wks Albert ^liller. 

Campbell Colin, machinist Smalley Bros. & liCwis, res cor 
11th and Van Buren. 

Campbell Colon, machinist, bds J. R. Hatch. 

Campbell (Jorrel, lab, res w s :Jd, bet 28th and Fremont uve. 6. 

Campbell Daniel, contractor and builder, res s e cor Adams 
and 8th. U. 

Campbell Duncan, salesman G. A. Goddard. 

Campbell I)., lab, bds Jonathan Smith. 

Campbell D. C, s m ag*t, bds Globe Hotel. 

Campbell Edwin J\I., book-keeper j\Iunger & ('o., rooms Camp- 
bell blk. 

Camp])ell Gilbert, lab, works Charles M. Averell. 

Campbell Mrs. Jennie, hair-dresser, McEwan blk. e s Water, 
bet 4th and 5th, res same. 

Campbell John, bds Forrest City House. 

Campbell John C, agent Singer sewing machine, n e cor 
Ketchum and Johnston. 7. 

Campbell Joseph B., grocer, res e s Sherman, bet 4th and 5th. 5 . 

Campbell Joseph J., ibreman Bradley's mill, res s o cor Sagi- 
naw and 10th. J. 

Campbell Mrs. Lcvina (Mrs. Wm.), dress-maker, rooms over 
101) n AVater. 2. 



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Campbell Malcolm, clerk, Mrs. Agnes McPhersoii. 

Campbell R., lab, works Folscom & Arnold. 

Campbell Sydney S., res s e cor Johnston and Woodside ave. 4. 

(Jambell Walter, lab, Ijds Stanstead House. 

Compbell Mrs. Wm. J., dress and cloak maker, (Jriswold block,. 

"Water st., res same. 
Campbell & Tyler (Joseph 15. C, lioland (J. Tyler), grocers and 

li(|uor dealers, Birncy blk, w s Water, bet 4th and 5th. 
Canu l)avid, lab, bds A. Porter. 

(>apman Peter, lab, res w side Fitzhugh, bet 17th and 18th. 3^ 
Carabine John, lab, n c cor 13th and Fi-aser. 'i 
Card Lewis, wks Barber tS: Chapin. 
(Jardy Miss Catharine, waiter ('rampton House. 
Carefoot George, lab, bds Charles Mesker. 
(Jarcw Levi, lab, bds Cumberland House. 
Carneggie John, lab, bds Henry Anderson.. 
Camel 1 JSTancy, wks John ('Oryll's. 

Carney Edward, mason, av s (J rant, bet ilth and Vl\.\\. 'i. 
Carney Michael, stone juason, av s Lincoln ave, bet L")th and^ 

IGth. o. 
Carney Patrick, mason, res n w cor Jacksou and "/th. 

Patronize the ^'Bo8i>i" Clotliicivs, I^ittle JuKc Sc Co. 

(^aruey llichard J., dealer in lumber and logs, agt Bay City and 
Cleveland 'J'ransportation Co., manager Bad Iviver&,. 
Mint Booms, ofiicc T^4 s NVater, res s e cor 'Jth and 
Wash'n. .-). 

(Jarney Thomas, .Sr., ,'iOO AVashington. 3. 

Carney William L., lumber insjiector, res <• s Adams, bet (!th 
and Ttli. -i. 

Carpenter E. C, book-keeper, bds Wolverton House. 

Carpenter Levi, lab, bds Fred Holley. 

Carpenter Jacob W., salesman (Justin & ]\[errill, bds Metropoli- 
tan llestauraut. 

('arpentcr Jeremiah, lab, res \v s .lelferson, bet 1st and Wood- 
side ave. 'I. 

Carpenter William, bds J. Hov,-ell, wks fcshearer & Co. 

Carroll John, meat market, w s s Water, bet 35th and iSoutL 
Centre, res e s Mary Ann, bet 34th and 35tli. 3. 

Carroll Peter, bar-tender Washington House. 

Carroll William S., jn-op Crampton House, s e cor 3;id and g 
AV^ater. 3. 

(Jarry Thomas, lab, w s Howard, bet 17th and 18tli. 3. 

Carleton Mary, bds Wm. H. Ciraham. 

Carter Allen, res e s Saf'inaw, })et Sth and !»th. 



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Carter Charles, carp s w cor 21st and Fraser. .'). 

Clans Michael, cooper, res s w cor Bolimla aiul Longtiu. T). 

('arter ^Mortimer (Carter & J[altby), btls A. J. Egglestoii. 

Carter Thomas JM., hilliartl hall, ii AVater, res \v s Madison, bet 
13th and 14th. -1. 

Carter Walker, lab, res w s Hamilton, bet Gth and 7th. 5. 

Carter Walker (col'd), lab, n s 8th, bet Farragut and Lin- 
coln. T). 

Carter William Jf., grocer, n e cor Johnson & Woodside ave, 
res n w cor 11th and Jackson. 

(/'urter Mrs. (wid), c s Van Buren, bet 7th and 8th. 

Carter & Maltby, wholesale jjrodnce dealers, Payne blk base- 
ment, rear n Walter. 

Cartwvight Ceorge, lab, bds Jtlrs. M. A. Trombley. 

('artwright ^Miss Mary, wks Wilson II. Tousey. 

I'artwright Kobert, foreman, bds liagan llonsc. 

Carwin Mackey, lab, bds Washington IFouse. 

Cecil John, wks Albert M iller. 

Cesar Ilenry, lab, bds J. A. i-iittle. 

Casady John, sailor, res c s Jefferson, bet 15th and ICth. -1. 

Case Dudly (Rogers & Case), machinist, bds Peter L. llogers. 

Si-'urls uiMl Ticj* at M. A: II. KucU &. C'o's. 

Case Isaac, wks Albert ]^Iiller, res w s ^Vatt-r, bot 31st and 

3;id. 5. 
(!ase A'athan, carpenter, bds Peter ]j. Woger^. 
Case William, carpenter, bds Asher 15. Webster. 
Caseult Peter, lab, res av s JJowery, bet 14th and loth. 2. 
('asey !Mis3 Annie, waitress Ogdensburg Ilonse. 
Casey John, saloon-keeper, n s 4th, bet Water and Saginaw, 

res same. 7. . 

Casey Owen, Avks Chapin &, Barber. 
Caspar ]\Iiss (iracy, wks F. J. Calhonn. 
Casscdy Thomas, lab, n s 40th, nr Kossuth, o. 
Cassels William P., blacksmith, res n Water. 
Cassct Jacob, wks Cates & Fay. 
Casset Vincent, wks Gates & Fay. 
Cassidy James, wks ilcGraw & Co. 
Cassidy Thos., Avks McCJraw & Co. 
Castello Michael, lab. bds Washington. 
Caswell Alexander, Idaho .Saloon, c s AVater, bet Centre and 

(iih. 
(!ate Charles AV., commission merchant, n s 4th, bet Water 

ami Saginaw, bds Campbell House. 
Cales S., bds Jonathan Smith. 



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Catliu Miss Amy, wks Mrs. Julia Ilawkeswortli. 

Catlin Henry S., carpenter, res 3d, bet 3Gth and 37th. 4. 

OATLIN ISRAEL H., dealer in sash, doors, and mould- 
ings, s e cor 8tli and AVater, bds I. Catlin. 

Catlin Israel (Arnold & Catlin, AV'enona), res s w cor 8th and 
Saginaw, 'i. 

Catlin Samuel M., lab, n w cor s Centre and 3d. 2. 

Catlin William, bds ^V. llodgkins. 

Cathcart Homer, carpenter, e s 20tli, bet jMarsac and Wilson. 4. 

Cathcart Mrs. Sarah (wid John A.) bds Wm. II. Cathcart. 

Cathcart William A., insurance agent, otlice Shearer Block, 
No. 2, cor Centre and Water, res cor JelFerson and 10th. 8. 

Cathcart Wm. II., insurance agent, A\^ater, res s w cor 10th and 
Jackson. 8. 

Causley Hufus, lab, res w 8 Lincoln, bet AVater and Campbell. 6. 

Chaltreus Gabriel, lab, res w s Jefferson, n of Woodside ave. 7. 

('hambcrlin Harmon A., lumber inspector, s e cor Jefl'erson 
and 9th. 5. 

Chambers Hugh, baggageman F. & P. M. depot, res Jefferson, 
bet 5th and Centre. 2. 



I^iltle Jnkc & Co. Undersell Everybody. 

Champagne Charles, filer N. Peters, res n w cor Bowery and 
13th. 3. 

Champagne Isadore lab, bds Kichard Champagne. 

Champagne Ilichard, saloon, ros Water, bet 11th and 12th, 
refused to give names. 2. 

Champagne Bichard, lab, bds Bichard Champagne. 

Champaign C, mill-wright, works William Peter. 

Champaine Fred'k, barber, shop Bridge blk, 3d. 

Champaigne Dor, lab, works William Peter. 

Champaigne Bichard, wks William Peter. 

Chaucey George, wks ilcGraw & Co., bds S. Hickey. 

Chandler George, lab, bds Edwin Finch. 

Chanel Dominique, lal), res w s Van Buren, bet 1st and Wood- 
side ave. 3. 

Chapin Daniel W., lab, bds H. H. Chapin. 

Chapin Henry H., foreman lath works Chapin & Barber, res 
e s of Water, bet Dolsen and Johnson. 2. 

('hapin Henry N., foremen H. I\[. liradley & Co., res e s Jef- 
ferson, bet 6th and 7th. 3. 

(!hapin Henry, Dolsen, Cliai)in & Bro., bds Campbell House. 

Chai)in Ijcander 1{. (l)olsen, Chapin & Bro.), bds Campbell 
House. 

Chapin Martin (Dolsen & Chapin), res s c cor Lincohi and 
Fitz<rerald. I. 



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Cbapiu II. L., carpenter Barber & Chapin. 
\ Chupiii 0. D., res s w cor 'M and Atkins. 4. 
iii Chapin & Barber (0. D. Chapin, Levi A. Barber), saw mill 
■' and salt, blk n s Water, bet Dolsen and Lincoln. 

Chapman Amos ((Jhapman & Sirmyres), res n e cor 7tli and 
Jeff'n. 
,, Chapman Bidwell, lumberman, res n e cor 7tli and Jeff'n. 
Iff' Chapman George P., lumberman, bils n e cor 7th and Jeft*'n, 
res Lapeer. 

Chapman (Jeorge, mason, bds 117 Adams. 

Chapman Miss iiellen, res n e cor 7th and Jefr'n. 

(Jhapman James, wks ]5raddick & Sons. 

Chapman James L., lab, res s w cor 28th and . \i. 

Chapman James P., lumbernum, res u e cor 7tli and Jeff'n. 

Chapman Miss Jane, res n e cor 7tli and Jeff'n. 

Chapman John, wks Albert Miller. 

Chapman Mrs. Mary, bds W. A. CMiapman. 

Chapman Simcoe, lumberman, res n e cor 7tli and Jeff'n. 

Chapman William A., gardener, res e s R & P. M. It. P., bet 
33d and 34th. 3. 

Lowest I'rices at M. & II. Kocli & €o's. 



(jhapman ^Y. S., lab, bds Uorrey House. 

Chapman ^liss . liome witli T. P. Dennison. 

Chapman A. & Co. (Amos Chapman aiul John Sirmyer), mer- 
chant tailors and clothiers, 103 \\'ater. 
Charlan John, lilor, ros n s 17th, bet Howard and Water. 0. 
Charlebois Leou, jobber, s w cor Water and 1 7th. 0. 
Charlotte Joseph, wks Pitts & Cranage. 
Chajretier Calisete, lab, res s e cor 18th and h^raser. 13. 
Charters Samuel, molder, res n w cor lltii and Saginaw. 2. 
tUiarters Wm. Henry, teamster lor (lustoii & iMerrall. res 

Centre st, bet Wash'n and Adams. 3. 
Chase Martin, Avks ^NtcGraw & Co. 
Chase Miss Dolly, Avks Samuel Drake. 
Chassc Frederic, wks Pitts & Cranage. • 
Chasse AVilliam, ^vks Pitts & Cranage. ^^^ , . ^ ^ ^ ^^, 
Chatham S. Cyrus, restaurant, res w s Washington, bet Gtti 

and 7th. o. 
Chatknap Ephraim, lab, wks Webster & Bros. 
Chatknap, Lewis, lab, wks Webster & Bros. 
Chatrick William, lab, bds Jonathan Smith. ^ 

Cheorette Miss Josepliinc, dress-maker, bds Mrs. M. Darjis. 
Cheuing Alex., wks :McGraw & Co. • 
Cherkew G., wks Pitts & Cranage. 



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Chc'sseliiiwski i\Iartin. lab, res o s Islixry Ann, bet 34tli iuul 
35 th. a. 

Chevalier Abner, ^vks McGniw^ & Co. 

Chevalier John, Avks j\Ic(iraw & Co. 

Chilairc David, lab, res n s 18th, bet Fraser and Fitzhugh. 2. 

Chisholm ]\Ir.->. E. (wid Archibald Cbishohn), res end Water, 
c s McEwan's mill. , ^ 

Chittenden liobert, sailor, bds Washington House. •**' 

Cholette Prosper, lab, n-s e s Adams, bet AVater and Wood- 
side uve. :l. 

Christ Peter, lab, bds John Johnson. 

(Christopher Littleton (col), pattern-maker, res c s Washing- 
ton, bet nth and l^th. 8. 

Chronicle Printing Association, James Birncy, President; 
Arthur it. JJirney, Secretary and Treasurer; morning 
and daily })aper, oHice Chronicle building, w s Water, bet 
4th and 5th. 

('iiulet Ceorirc "NV., l)o\vling-salooii, IJouich block, bds (llobe 
Hotel. 

Chulmur ]\lrs. ]\lary (wid Chris.), bds John Libenthall. 

Odic Price to all at IJItic Jake & Co'ii. 



C'hurch Hubbard H.. ship-builder, res s s Woodside ave, e 8 

Johnson. 2. 
Cimmcr xMiss IMary, wks H. Becker. 
Cindo :Miss Lena, ^vks i\lrs. .Alary Hughe.'^. 
Cipplc W., wks .Med raw & Co. 
Clancy Michael, bds Ontario Hotel. 
Clarcmont Moses, lab, bds ^[ontrcal House. 
Clark ]\Iiss Amanda, waiter Eraser House. 
Clark Miss Annie, wks Daniel Campbell. 
Clark Charles A., blacksmith, res s e cor 7th and Wash'n. ;J. 
Clark Chester Edwin, tinner, res cor 4th and "Water. 
Clark Daniel McP., clerk, bds H. Blackman. 
Clark Ceorge T., l)ookkeeper, bds W. B. Clark. 
Clark Henry, sailor, bds C. Posson. 

Clark Henry P., sawyer, res c s Adams, bet 10th and llth. 5. 
Clark Miss Johanna, wks ^M. Kaiser. 
Clark J., wks Dolsen, Chapin & Bro. 
Clark Jliss Lena, dressmaker, bds A. W. liitchio. 
(Mark Mrs. Lucy A. (wid Washington), res s s (5th, bet Van 

Buren and (I rant. :.'. 
Clark I\lary, servant girl, Wesley Hawkins. 
Clark Patrick, wks Alljcrt Miller, res av h Maisac, bet :l.U\ and 

'.'1th. 2. 



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(!lai'k .Sydney, eiigineer, res n s l.'JMi, bfl Water uiul Vra- 
ser. T). 

Clark Tlioiiias, laborer, res c s \a\\ Biiren. bet 1st and Wood- 
side avc. 7. 

Clark AVilliam, wks Whipple & I'armeley, rcs u' s Jackdou, bet 
nth and 12th. 4. 

(Mark William B., carpenter, res s w cor 1st and Juckaou. ,1. 

Clark Miss , teacher Oth AVard school, bds Br. Clark. 

CLARK JA3IES, riiysiciau &> Surgeou, olfice es Water, 
bet '62d and 33d, rcs cor Freuiout ave. ;*. 

Clarke Miss Jane, home with Dr. James Clarke. 

Clarke Miss ^lay, home with Dr. James Clarke. 

(!larke iMiss ]\Iaria, wks John McEwau. 

Clarke Patrick, lab wks Webster & IJros. 

Clary itiss Nora, wks J. lledmoud. 

Clay William, grocer, AV'ater, bet :i'id ami 'J^d. 

Clecoux Felix, lab, bds Charles AVood. ; 

Cleesattel Ambrose, elk, e s Monroe, bet 3d and .4th. 1. 

(Memans Abbott L., salesman for Stewart 15. Shannon, res 
Washington, bet iid and 3d streets. 

Only one Price at M. & II. Koch «Sc €o't». 

Clemens Wni. S., lumber inspectoi*. s w cor Farragut and 

nth. 4. 

ClemenL , new store, n \r cor 3il and ^lonroe, res AVash'n. , 

(jlenicnts James, wks gas comi)any, bds liichard I'adley. 2. 
Clements John, pattern nnvker, Smalley liros. & Lewis, rcs 3d. 
ClifF Horatio AV., wagon maker, e s Jefferson, bet 11th and 

12th. 5. 
Clinc Clara, wks Selwyn Eddy. 
Clinc iMartin C, molder Bay City Iron Works, res cor lOth 

and Howard. 3. 
Clippie AVilliam, lab, bds John Osborn. 
Clockscy 'IMmothy, bds Mrs. C. Taitte. . 
Clonney AVilliam, lub, n e cor Monroe and I'^th. 0. 
Close Frcderit'k, lab, res s e cor Saginaw and Oth. 
(Jlose CodtVed, lab, ]-es s e cor Saginaw and (Jth.. 
Close John, wks dates & Fay. 
(Jlonticr Joseph, lab, bds ]\Irs. A. Duby. 
(Uover Charles, machinist, bds i\Irs. M. tUover. 
Clover Mrs. 31ary (wid Harvey H.), boarding honse, w side 

Monroe, bet 1st and Woodsidc avc. (». 
Chill'Kobert, lab, bds Francis Dorian. 
Clypt Frank, wks McCraw & Co. 
Coats Alsa, elk Shepliard I'v: JMoston, bds Monllon Honse. 



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Coates Henry, lab, res e end "Water, e s McEwan's mill. 4. 

Cobb George P., att'y, res n w cor 8tli and Monroe. 2. 

C/Ocli , cooper, shop n side .'3d, bet ]\ronroe and Jackson, -,/_! 

res n \v cor Madison and 2d, W 

(■ochell Martin, tiiisinitli, res n s 2d, bet Monroe and Jack- '"■■ 

son. 7. 
Cocker II. 11., book-keeper, bds Campbell House. '/j- 

Cock Mrs. Helen (wid Henry), boarding house, w side Jeffer-Mi* 

erson, bet 10th aud lllh. P 

(Jode Misel, res n w cor Belinda and Fii^gerald. 3. 
Collin Henry, millwright, e side Kossuth, near McGrath 

mills. 3. 'i 

Cohorn August, lab, works Shearer & Co. / 

Coil Hugh, foreman Dolscn, Chapin & Bro. V .; 

(joil llobert, lab, res n s 6'<r?»/;Jf//, e of Annie, 5. 
Coine Edward, lab, ^Y side Van Buren, bet 3d aud 4th. 3. 
Cockley Francis 11., jn-oduce dealer, s s 7th, bet Barney and 

^IcCIellan. C. '^' 

Cokley Samuel, prui)'r Sheridan House, n w cor Jeflerson aud 

3d. 2. 

Larj^ciit 8foi-k in the State at I^ittlc Jake's. 



Colberg, John, -wks A. ^lillei;, res w s "Wilson, bet 29tii and 

Fremont ave. 4. 
Colburu Benjamin, res w s Monroe, bet 7th and 8th. 4. 
Colburn Elijah J., photographer, rooms 19 "Watson blk and 

(Iriswold blk, res w s Wash'n, bet 10th and 11th. 5. 
Colburn Josiah N., painter, cor 4th aud \Yater, res n w cor 

3d aud Sherman. 3. 
CJoldre Wm,, Avks Gates & Fay. 
Cole Mrs. Anna, dressmaker, res n AVater. 
Cole Daniel, filer, res e s McCormick, bet 24th aud 25th. 3. 
Cole D., wks Webster & Bros, 

Cole Edmund W., carpenter, res n w cor Howard aud 21st. 5, 
Cole Francis, carpenter, res n Water, 
Cole Mrs. Semantha, lives S. C. Chatham. 
Cole Miss Mary A., wks S. C. Chatham. 
Coleman Miss Maria, wks AVilliam McEwan. 
Coleman iliss llosalie, bds S. Kaicheu. 
Coler (Koehler) Lena, wks C. E. Jennisou. 
Coley Hiley, carpeuter, res n w cor 26th and Broadway. 3. 
(Julliou (Jlcmineut, lab, wks Shearer & Co. 
('ulliou William, lab, wks Shearer & Co. 
Colkliu dohn, lab, res w s Madisou, Ijet 1st and 2J. 3. 
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Collier fleorge, wks Chapin & Barber. 

Collier Jonas, foreman Peter's salt blk,- res w 8 Fraser, bet IGtli 
and 17th. 3. 

Collier John IE., milhvriglit, res n w cor 25th and McCormick. 2. 

Collin William, mason, res w s Bowery, bet 13th and 14th. G. 

Collins James, wks Green & Dingman, bds mother. 

Collins John, sailor, av s Fraser, bet 14th and loth. 9. 

Collins John AV., barber Susand Bros., bJs Ocean Oyster House. 

(.'ollins Lafayette, carpenter, res s s 2d, bet Adams and Jeffer- 
son, o. 

Collins Larry, wks ^IcGraw & Co., bds James A. Little. 

Collins Timothy, stone cutter, bds Washington House. 

(y'olman Henry, lab, res w s Sheridan, bet IGtli and 17th. 2. 

Colston Miss J\Iary (col), wks 0. IL P. Goodwin. 

('olumbus Joseph, wks McGraw and Co. 

Coman L. S., druggist, Xo. 107 Centre, res cor Grant and Gth. 

Combine Ricliard, barber Susand Bros., bds St. James Kestau- 
rant. 

Comstock John, teamser, res s e cor 24th and McCormick. 7. 

(v'onden John, wks Gates & Fay. 

Silk Wrappers and Wra^vers at M. & II. Koch & Co'.s, 

Condon T., wks Gates & Fay. 
Condon ('., wks Gates & Fay. 
Condon .John, lab, res n e cor Jacksi)n and 9th. 8. 
Cunc (1. ()., fi)rouiau M. B. l^raiUey & Co., salt block. 
Cone Oscar, foreman Bradley's old salt block, bds A. Olen. 
Conels Jl., wks Dolsen, Chapin »S: Bro. 
Conley David, bds S. llickcy. 
^ Conley Hugh, wks i\IcGra\v & Co. 

Conley Patrick, shoemaker, wks J. Allen, res 11th. 

Conley Peter, wks P. F. Higgins. 

Gonmey Joseph, mason, res n w cor Jefferson and 8tii. 3. 

Connor Lowe, lab, wks Smith & Wheeler. 

Connor AVilliam, lab, Avks Smith & AVheeler. 

Conner Charles, lab, res u s 11th, bet Water and Saginaw. 4. 

Couuell LaFayette, head sawyer Dolsen & Ciiapiu, res s s 

Mercer, bet Belinda and Dolsen. 3. 
Connell Mary, wks Patrick W. O'Tool. 
Connelly Margaret, wks Patrick Connelly. 
(!onnelly Patrick, shoemaker, res e s Fitzhugh, b'jt 13th and 

Htli. 5. 
Connely Frank, lab, bds K. F. Higgins. 
Connely Miss Mary, waitress Irving House. 
(!onnely Michael, lab, res w s Dolsen, bet Woodside ave and 

Waler. 11. 



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Conner Lowry, planer, bds Charles Conner. 

Conner William, juiner, btls Charles Conner. 

Comiiey Robert, wks T. C. Coniiey. 

Coninoy Thomas C., boot and shoe store, e s Water, bet Gth 

and 7th, res same. (I. 
Connolly Miss ^Magf^ie, Avks B. I'ox. 
Connor John, forcintm 1*. J. Perrott, res w s Adams, bot 7th 

and 8th, 4. 
Conway James, wks McUraw & Co. 
Conway John, "wks Mc(Jra\v & Co. 

Conway Patrick, lab, res c s Kossuth, nr McGraght mills. 8. 
Cook Charles, lab, ros w s Marsac, bet ^3d and 21th. 
(^ok Charles, lab, wks Webster & Bros. 
Cook Charles II., elk, bds AVolverton House. 
Cook C. II., bds Clobe Hotel. 
('Ook David, lab, res w s Alarsac, bet ;23d and ^iith. 
Cook !Miss Emma, home with William Cook. 
Cook (Jeorge A., book-keeper, bds JMrs. Eaton. 
Cook (Icorge, lab, av s Lincoln avc, bet IGtli and 17th. '). 
('ook Henry, elk, Ecrris & Bros. 
Cook Henry, cooper, res e s Madison, bet ^d and 3d. G. 

\o ICaiiteriii;;; at I^itllc Jukc'tt. 

Cook John, lab, bds J. j\[. Lutz. 

Cook John, lab, bds Joseph Pollehn. 

Cook Aaru)i, atorekeeper, a e cor ^Madison and 10th. 3. 

('Ook Thomas H., en<,'ineer, res n w cor I'raser and;:i2d. 4. 

Cook William, w ks AVebstcr ti Bros., res w s !Marsac, bet 23d 

and^Mth. 
Cooke A. J., dealer in drv goods, carpets, etc., res ^ladisou and 

10th. 
Cook & Langworthy, (A. J. Cook & D. A. Eangworthy) dealers 

in dry goods, cari)ets, notions, etc., No. 104 Water, and 

lOo Center. 
Cool J. S., ,Sr. (Cool t\: Son), ics e s Water, bet 13th and 

14th. ' 4. 
Cool J. S.. Jr. (Cool & Son), res e 3 Water, bet 13th and 14th. 
COOL & SON (J. S. Cool and J. S. Cool, Jr.), furniture and 

undertaker, Water, bet 13Hi and 14th, res same. 
Coolc ^Martha, wks (Jeorge Lewis. 
Coolews Ered, Jr., wks dates &. J'\iy. 
Coolews John, wks dates & J''ay. 
C'ooilic Hiibcrl, lal), res n s C'ampbeli and Sheridan. 
(Jooni Ered, w^ks Albert IMiller. 
Coon Samuel, International Hotel, s e cor Saginaw and 4th, 2. 



HAY CITV DIllECTOKY. 445 

Coou Mrs. Susannah, laundress, b w cor 10th and iSaginaw. 

Coone Samuel, International House, Saginaw, cor 4th. 

Coon Wm., wks McGraw & Co. 

Cooper James F., tel opr, bds T. J. Cooper. 

(.'ooper Thomas J., manager W. U. Tel. Co.'s office, Wntsoii 

blk, Water, foot Centre, res GOG Grant, bet 5th and Centre. 
Copp Mrs. Mary (Avid Frederick), lives with Frank Vereycken . 
Corbett Thomas, res s s 7th, bet Water and Wash'n. 3. 
Corlett William, clic, bds Wilson Hopkins, 
(yorcoran ^liss Mary, cook International Hotel. 
Corcoran liichard, lab, res w s Johnson, bet Gth and 7th. 4. 
(yoro Francis, lab, bds Richard Champagne. 
(Jorey Henry, brewer, res n s 30th, nr Water, 
('orey Kiley, carpenter, res n w cor Broadway and 2Cth. 3. 
Corlin ]\[ichae], lab, res n s Kose addition, bet Jielinda an«l 

Johnson. 4. 
(!ormier ^liss Eleanore, bds ]j. Cormier. 
Cormier j\Iiss Flora, bds L. Cormier. 
Cormier Jules, sawyer, bds L. Cormier. 

Cormier Louis, carpenter, res w s William.s, bet lOth and 20th. 3. 
Cormier Louis, Sr., bds Louis Cormier. 

Only one Price at M. & II. Koch A. Co's. 

Cormier Odilon, lab, bds L. Cormier. 

Coraau Lucien S., druggist, 107 Centre, res e s Grant, bet 6th- 

and Centre. 4. 
Cornell (Jcorge, lab, wks Sliearer & Co. 
Cornell ]\lansheld, painter, res s s Woodside ave. )i. 
Cornish Mrs. Harriet (wid Levi), w s Williams, bet 19th and 

20th. 8. 
CornAvall Mrs. Eliza, lives E. ^'. Babcock. 
Corn well Daniel, grocer, Water, res s side 10th, bet Jackson 

and Van Buren. G. 
Coruwell Jemima A., groceries and provisions, e s Wash'n, 

near cor 8th, res 10th, bet Jackson and Van Buren. 
Cornwell J. A.,' general grocer, n e cor AVashington and 8tli, 

res 10th, bet Jackson and Van Buren. G. 
Corresten Philip, wks Albert Miller. 
Cortwright Daniel, carpenter, e side Adams, bet 10th and 

lltii. 4. 
Corwin Jas., wks McCraw it Co. 
Corwin James K., engineer Bay City Steam Laundry. 
Corwin AVilliani S., barber, res Water, bet 2d and 3d. 3. 
orwin William S. {W. S. Corwin & Co.), n w cor 4t]i and 

Saginaw. 3. 



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CORWIN W. S. & Co., (W. S. Corwiu). Bay City Steam t 

Laundry, u w cor 4tli and Saginaw. See adv. 
Coryell John, well-borer, s e cor 4tli and Grant. 3. 
Coryon John, lime nianufitcturer, works and res w s Water i 

bet 22d and 23d. 4. f 

CosgrilF Thomas, bds Jame^i A. Little, wks McGraw & Co. "-, 

Coti David, carpenter, ^v side 3d, bet 33d and 34tb. 3. ., jf 

Cottrell Charles B., clerk W. P. IIoyt,and dealer in real estate, t 

bds Jefferson ave, cor Gth. 4. W. 

Couchman Hubert IL, engineer M. Watrous & Sons. ^ 

Coucliman llermen S., engineer, bds Astor House. 
Cougdon David, wks McGraw & Co. ' 

Coulburn Elijali, photographer, res Washington st, bet 10th 

and lllh. 5. 
Coulonibe Alex, bds L. Minard. ^I; 

Coulonibe Jose))h, bds L. Minard. ''•r 

Coulter John W., salesman Bancroft iS: Co., res cor 9th and V 

Jelferson. 3. j 

Coulson Miss Georgia, wks Frank Crandell. , -I' 

Con rt House, Centre, bet Jefferson and Madison. ' 7 

Courtenianciie Charles, wks Pitts & Crana"-e. 



Interview llic *'I5omh" (lolliicrM, l.iiile Jake &. €o. 



Conrtemanche Christopher, rc-s s s Woodside ave. 'J. 

Conrtemanche Olivier, wks Pitts & Cranage. 

Courtomanche 'I'ophile, lab, res c s Adams, nr Water. 3. ' 

Courleniaucho Victor, wks Pitts & Cranage. 

Coutu Jaccpies, wks Pitts & Cranage. 

Couture Mrs. Betsey (wid Charles), lives C. Couture. 

Couture Charles, wks Barber & Chapin, res w s Lincolu, bet 

Ketchum and Barney. 5. 
Couture Miss Margaret, lives C. Couture. 
Covalle AVallace, cooper, wks AVebster & Bros. 
Cover Hiram, cooper. 
Covey Harry C, wks A. Van Meter & Co. 
Covey L-a J., gen'l agt " Bay City Tribune," bds D. Campbell. 
Covey Lyman, res e s Water, bet 30th and 31st. 3. 
Covington J\Irs. Catharine (wid (Jeorge), res av s Van Buren, 

bet 9th and 10th. 4. 

Cowley Guy P., mechanic, res s s 12th, bet Birncy and Lin- 
coln ave. (1. 

Coy CliarU's, draynuin, lea cor 27th and AVater. 0. 

Coylc Hugh, foreman Dolseu & (Jhapin's saw mill, iva 8 6 
Ketchum, bet Johnson and Belinda. 2. 

Cox Prancis, lab, bds M. S. Meagher. 



HAY CITY DIKIX'TOUY. 447 

Crable Ralpli, insurance a;?t, office A'o ;» AValson blk, res lOG 

^ladison, bet 5th and Centre. 5. 
Craddock Prestwood. sa\vyer, e s Maddison, bet llth and 

12th. 4. 
Craig Mrs. Elizabeth (wid James), lives Mrs. Mary Craig. 
Craig Mrs. Mary (wid John), res s e cor 17th and "WilliaruH. 

Crain Clarence, sawyer, bds . 

Cranipton George, blacksmith, bds Eagle House. 
CRAMPTON IVILLIAM, propr Eagle House, e s Water, 

bet 35th and .'JGtli. 
Cranage Thomas, Jr. (Pitts & Cranage), res n w cor Monroe 

and Center. 
Craudall Dorah, drayman, bds Mrs. Melissa A. Crandall. 
CRANDELL FRANK, l^ooks, stationery, etc., Union blk, 

n AVater, res cor AVashington and 4th. o. 
Crandall ^[rs. Melissa A. (wid Jason W.). res e s Van Bnren, 

bet 10th and llth. 2 
Crane A., machinist, bds Mrs. M. Clover. 
Crane (,'larcnce, lab, wks Gates & Fay, bds Mrs. J. Leonard. 
Craney 'J'homas, inventor of patent mill-dog, machinist, bds 

iVnscomb House. 



Ciioods Murkcd in E'laiw Figures atM. A:lI.KoeIi dtCo's. 

Cravens Thomas, wks J. ]\IcEwan. 

Crawford J., wks Dulscn, Chapin i\: Pro. 

Creag Ciistave, "wks irc(;raw & Co. 

Cregar Erancis, lab, Avks hihearer & Co. 

Creashow Aliss Carrie, -wks A. Easton. 

Creatio ]\riss Carrie, wks Amos Easton. 

Crispin Thomas, millwright, res w s JefFn, bet 7th and 8tli. 4. 

Crispin (S: Johnson (Thos. Crispin and Johnson), see 

Johnson & Crispin. 
Cromp Miss Bridget, wks Allen L. Stewart. 
Cross jNIiss JIaggie, waitress Wolverton House. 
CROSS THOMAS, physician and druggist, c s Water, bet 

4th and 5th, res n s Adams, bet 7th and 8th. o. 
Cross William N., sawyer, bds Astor House. 
Crosson John, teamster, bds Peter Knodal. 
Crosscy Allen, mason, res n s 15th, nr Earragut. 3. 
Crossey Miss Mary, wks W. Hodgkins. 
Cros.sey j\liss fSarah, wks Pobert AVilson. 
(brothers JMathew J., carpenter, res e s Eit/.hngh. bet 20th and 

21st. ;3. 
(Jronchie Joseph, lab, wks .Shearer & Co. 
Crowley Charles, lab, res w s Eitzhiigh. bet 12th and i;Jth. 



448 JiAY CITV UJUKCXOUV. 



Crowley Dennis, lab, res w s Fitzhugli, biM; 12tli uiul 13th. 5. 

(.■row Joseph, lab, bcls (Jeorge Yonker. 

Crowley iliss Ivittie.. wks with ^l. O'Loii^hlin. 

Crowley JMichacl, suit-boiler, res c II. McEwan's mill. 

Crumb "William, wks Atlantic Salt AV'oiks. •■ •■. 

Crumble Charles, btls 117 Adams. > ';■ 

Crummer William, lab, bcls W. Zimmennaiin. s'^ 

Crump Ellen, wks J. W. ]\rcMath. .M 

Cruntbrd J., wks Dolsen, Chapiu & JJro. ^^iM 

Culbert Alexander, book-keeper Pitts & Cranage, bds w s Mon-*'' 
roe, bet Centre and oth. 4. 

Cullen Edward, lab, res n ^v cor Howard and 17th. X*. 

CuUen John -wks P. J. Perrett, bds mother, Margaret Cullen. 

Cullen ]\Irs. ^Margaret (wid Patrick), res e s Saginaw, bet 4th 
and 5th. (!. 

(Julver Asa, home with Descuni Culver. 

Culver Deseum, numuf'r and dealer in lumber, ofiice Shearer 
blk No. 1, cor C'entre and Water, res cor Centre and Jef- 
ferson, '.i. 

Culver i\tiss Harriet, home with William M. Westover. 

Culver J. W., bds Bescom Culver. 

B-.illl« Jake & Co., ^ViHuer liloc-k. 

(■ulver Leman \u ((!ulver i^ ^\'cstover), s c cor 4th and Mon- 
roe, (i. • 

Culvert Hios. (D. Culver, J. \V. Culver, and A. X. Culver), " ' 
dealers in lumber, oHice Shearer Idock, Xo. J, cor Centre 
and ^\'ashington. 

Cumming Archibald L., school teaiher. res w s Wilson, bet 
23d and 24th. 4. 

Cumming, Mrs. D. & Co. (Mrs. Dorcas Cumming and E. J. 
Kelton), grocers, n s Wilson, bet 23d and 24th. 

Cumming Mrs. E. (wid Eranz), res n s 4th, bet Pendleton 
and Trumbull. 

Cumming Lewis, elk D. Cumming t^ Co., bds A. L. Cumming. 

Cummings Alphonzo, foreman Peters' mill, res e s Adams, bet 
10th and 11th. 4. 

Cummins Charles i)., teamster, bds James T. Xecdham. 

Cunning Andrew, lab, wks Charles Averill, res n s 2d, bet 
Saginaw and Water. 4. 

('unningham John, lab, bds Washington House. 

Cunningham Peter, barbi-r, wks A. Van Haun, bds Campbell 
House. 

Cuny M., confectioner and baker, A'o. 215, cor Centre and Sag- 
inaw, f!. 



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HAY <UTi DUnXTOUY. 449 

Cupille Hiram, cooper, wks Webster Ih'os. 

Ciirrau John, snpt Salt blk Chapiu & liarber, res s s Mercer, 
bet lieliiula and Dolsen. 2. 

Ciirrcy 0. M., agent American combinatiou sewing machine, 
rooms p o, res w s JefFerson, bet 10th and 11th. 2. 

('urrev Daniel 1{., life insurance agent, res n s Shermuu, bet 
d. 2d and 3d. 4. 

Currey Eichard, elk, res s vv cor Madison and 7th. 5. 

Carrey William II., clerk liallou's, res w s Madison, bet 9tlj 
and 10th. 7. 

Curtis Ambrose li., I'rt clerk, bds C. E. Schnmni. 

Curtis Chas. B., wks McGraw & Co. 

Curtis Miss JS^annie, dress-maker, bds C E. Schumm. 

Curtis Henry II., drug elk, bds Jacob D. Eaton. 

Curver Descum, lumber merchant, res cor Centre and Jeffer- 
son. 1. 

Cussiu Edwin, carpenter, w side Van Bureu, bet 3d and 3d. 9. 

Cusson Joseph, foreman Eddy and Avery, res 022 w s Saginaw, 
bet 10th and 11th. 7. 

Cuthburt I^Iary, dress and cloak maker for Mary O'Loughlin. 

Cuthbert Kichard, clerk, res n w cor Jackson and 2d. 9. 

Koeli A, €o., CmCIicscc (9t., opposite ISaiicroit Hloiise. 

Cutler N., wks i\Ic(iraw & Co. 

Czesin Joi:e[)h, mason, w side Lincoln ave, bet loth and IGth. 5. 



D. 



Daglish AVilliam, attorney, res s e cor 31st and Fremont uve, 

othce same. 2. 
Uagenais Paul, lab, e side Water, bet 6' Centre and SGth. 4. 
Dagg Samuel, wks AVebster & Bros., bds G. W. Thomas. 
Daggart AVilliam, lab, bds M. S. Meagher. 
Dailey (Jeorge E., ca])t, bds Wolverton House. 
Dajenais Paul, wks llitchcoek & Ingrahani's. 
Dalhi Emil, res's w cor Adams and 7tli. 3. 
Daly Andrew, millwright, res s w cor Fitzgerald and Johnson. 3. 
Dayly A. P., hib, wks Folsconi & Arnold. 
Darning Albert, teamster, s side 3oth. 4. 
Dana William, engineer, res 4th, bet Jefferson and Jfadison. 5. 
Danbert John, gas-litter, e side Jackson, bet 9th and 10th. 5. 
Daniel Anthony, butcher, bds John Wald. 
Daniels Ludwick, cutter, F. H. lUackman & Co., bds P. J. 

Parrott. 2. 
*' Daniels Miss ^lary, live.« A. J. liothe. 

r,7 



450 BA.Y CITY UIUECTOUY. 



Daniels William, foreman McGraw & Co., res n c cor McCor- 
mick and 22d. 3. 

Dankhoiise IJenry, bar-tender, Kelley & Co., res Lincoln. 

Darbois C, wks Pitts & Cranage. 

Dargis Jean, sawyer, res cor c side Saginaw and 1st. 

Dargis Mrs. ^largiicrite, boarding-houso, cor cs Saginaw and 
1st. G. 

Darian Frank, saloon-keeper, w s 3d, bet Saginaw and Wash- 
ington. G. 

Darling Christopher C, saloon and restanrant, C45 c s South 
Water, bet 10th and 11th, res same. 7. 

Daugherty Jolui S., elk, 11. Richards, bds parents. 

Davenport William M. (White & Davenport), res 100 w s 
Jackson, bet Cth and 7th. 

Davcy Hugh, shoemaker, res n c cor Washington and 6th. 3. 

Davidson A., blacksmith, res 1^'th, bci Saginaw and Water. 2. 

Davidson James, lumberman, res s w cor 35th and . 2. 

Davidson AVilliam, lab, res e s Adams, bet 7th and 8th. 3. 

Davies Evan M, lab, res n o cor Van IJuren and 4th. 3. 

Davies Joseph, lab, bds Ilobert Barlow. 

Daville Christ, lab, bds Stephen Vallier. 

Little Jake Jk, €o., "ISoss" Clutliicr^ of tlic State. 

Davis Burton, gang liler, bds Peter Knodal. 

Davis Miss Clara A., home with Clark Moulthrop. 

Davis Edson II., teamster, bds Forest City Housf. 

Davis Miss Eh a, wks L. L. Culvers. 

Davis Georg?, i)ainter, bds Josephine Emrich. 

Davis II. A., agent F. & P. At. K. P. Portsmouth station, res n 

s 33d, c of F. & F. P. M. K. P. 
Davis James F., propr Irving House, c s Water, bet 7th and 

8th. 7. 
Davis L. M., wks Barber & Chapiu, 
Davis Minneus (col'd), cook Eraser House. 
Davis Thomas, tinsmith, bds J. Styninger. 
Davis William, wks A. llufl', bds same. 
Davison Mrs. Charlotte (wid Archibald), res n s 12th, bet 

Water and Sagimiw. 2. 
Dawson Henry, lab, e s Trumbull, bet 4th and 5th. 3. 
Dawson Mrs. Laura, dressmaker, rooms Union blk, n Water, 

res same. 
Day Charles T., conductor, res e s Adams, bet Gth and 7th. 4. 
Day Mrs. Eliza (wid), Norris, home C. T. Day. 
Day Jerome B. (Hickey & Day), res w s 1st. but 30th and 

40th. 5. 



BAY CITY DIUKCTOKY. 451 



Day John, lab, e s Fraser, bet IGth and 17tli. 3. 

Day Solomon, druggist, res w s Jackson, bet 7th and 8tli. 3. 

Deaucy , engineer, w s 1-ith, bet IJaruey and Lronroe. 4. 

Deary S., wks McGraw & Co. 

Dearsey Albert, lab, wks Shearer & Co. 

Dcaring Charles, wks McGraw & Co., bds S. llickey. 

DeBellefeuille Morse, lab, bds L. Cormier. 

DeBellefeuille Oliver, bds Mrs. M. Darg. 

Uebois David, foreman, bds William J. Daniels. 

Decker Harvey, painter, bds Wm. LeBean. 

DeClairc Francis, hoop mannf'r, res e s Adams, nr Water. 3. 

DeClair , bds ]\Ietropolitan restanrant. 

Decorte Carlos, lab, w s Van Buren, bet 2d and 3d. 2. 
DeCorte Albert, teamster, res s e cor 1st and Van Buren. 4. 
DeCorte Bruno, fireman Gates & Fay's saw-mill, res s s 2d, bet 

Barney and Johnson. 5. 
DeCorte Charles, aged, lives A. DeCorte. 
DeCorte Edward 1)., jobber, s side Woodside ave, bet Madison 

and Monroe. 2. 
DeCorte Joseph, lab, res w s Madison, bet 2d and 3d. 4. 
DcCote Frank, lab, ^v side 3d, bet Johnson and Barney. 3. 

L,wml>crmen's Suppliv!i at M. & II. Koch & Co's. 

Deegan James, bds Ontario Hotel. 
I Deegan Thomas, jirop'r Ontario House, e s Saginaw, bet 5th 

and Centre. 4. 

DeFoe Joseph, wks Atlantic Salt AVorks. 

DeFord John, lab, bds M. S. j\[eagher. 

DeForest Miss Mary, bds William DeForest. 

DeForest AVilliani, lab, e side A^an Buren, l)et 1st and Wood- 
side ave. 3. 

DeFrain Leander, cooper, res o s Lincoln, bet Barney and 
Campbell. 2. 

Degraw John A., tinsmith, res n w cor Farragut and 1st. 3. 

Degraw Yopher W., lumberman, res n w cor Bowery and 
i4th. 0. ' 

Degroot John, wks John McEwau. 

Dellendon van der Sluysen Norbcrtus Petrus, lab, bds Van- 
derwelt House. 

Dehin Jean, lab, bds J. Vallicre. 

Delaney AVm., wks McGraw & Co. 

Deneaux A., wks I^IcGraw & Co. 

Dcsenberg Louis, clerk W. & J. Sempliner, bds W. Senipliner. 

Deslauriers Antoine, laborer, e side Saginaw, bet 1st and 
Woodside ave. 



453 HAY CITY DIKKCTOUY. 



Desle Benjamin F., painter, res e s Jhirsac, bet 37th and 38tli. 5- 

Desrosiers , lab, bcls I), liaby, 

Delaney Daniel 11., carriage nialvcr, factory ii s 3cl, bet Adams 

and AVashington, res n w cor Jd and Saginaw. 3, 
De Lisle William II., agt Grover & Baker S. jM. Co., n "Water, 

bet Sill and Centre, res n e cor 10th and Farragut. 8. 
Dellen Patrick, lab, bds Thomas Koach. 
Deloge John (Delodge), edger AVm. Peter, res ii a 18th, bet 

Howard and . 4. 

Delong y., wks Dolscn, ('hapin & Bro. 

Delonge Miss Mary M., home with John 31. Plush. 

Delore ]\richael, lab, res u s Hose addition, iir Belinda. 10. 

Delorc ]\Iis3 Kosa, wks Chapin. 

Delroe C, wks Folscom & Arnold. 

Delzell Thomas A., grocer, res u e cor 4th and Madison. 4. 

DE MARS HENRY, groceriesandprovisions, wines, liquors,. 

Hour and feed, w s AVater, bet 7tli and 8th, res same. 4. 
Demay Thcophilus, shoemaker, res n e cor 1st and Madison. 4, 
Demers Jean, joiner, e s Crant, bet 8th and 0th. 3. 
Demery Jliss Clara, v.aitress Delmonico restaurant. 

fi*utronizv the ^'Uo.oi.H'' Clotliicrtii, L.ittlo Juko & €o. 

Demo Joseph, foreman Tripp & Church's dry dock, bds Ogdens- 
bnrg House. 

Demor W., wks Pitts & Cranage. 

Demoray lab, wks Shearer & Co. 

Demorest James A., wks ]\rc((raAV & Co., w s Kossuth, near 
:McGraw Mills. 3. 

Denecker Henry, lab, res e s Saginaw, bet Cth and 7th 5. 

Deneen Willard W., carpenter, res c s AVilson, bet 34th and 
35th. 3. 

Denio Frank, elk Irving House, res s e cor OLh and Jackson. 3. 

Denison Charles 11., attorney, res c s Adams, bet 1st and Wood- 
side ave, office room 4, Watson Block, Water. 3. 

Denison T. lliley, dealer in coal, lime, plaster, etc., yard and 
office w 8 n Water, bet 3d and 4th, res e s iladison, bet 
10th and 11th (cor 0th and Farragut). 0. 

Denkhouse Henry, elk Kelly & Co., res w s Lincoln, cor Bar- 
ney. 4. 

Dennis Joseph, carpenter, s s 3d, bet (Jrant and I'^irragut. 6. 

Dennis Leroy, bar-tender C Arnold, bds same. 

Dennison A., wks Barler & (Jhapiii. 

i)eno George, salt boiler Barler & Chapin. 

Denoyer Joseph, lab, res Dolsenville. 



HAY CITY DIKIXTOUY. 453 



Deplanter Aloxaiulre, constablo, e s Grant, bet 1st ai)d Wood- 
side ave. 8. 

Deplantier Josephine, avIcs Thomas Savage. 

DePregel C, Avks Folscom & Aniokl. 

DePregel R, wks Folscom & Arnold. 

Deptrie Philip, lab., wks Smith & AVhceler. 

Derry Cluis. K, lab, bds J. A. Little. 

Derry Edward, Avks Pitts & Cranage. 

Dcrwin Frank, carpenter, bds Mrs. Julia Leonard. 

DETRASAC ANDKOE, prop'r Corner Hotel, n w cor 
AVater and 23d. See adv. 5. 

Deusing Herman, elk, Washington House, bds same. 

Deucault Autoine, fireman, bds E. E. Perry. 

Dcvenport William M., dealer in crockery, res w s Jackson 
bet Gth and 7th. 2. 

Devlin Bernard, confectioner, cor 31st und AVater. ;> 

Devall D. C, wks .AfcCJraw & Co.. bds J. A. Little. 

Dewell Charles L., salesman W. S. Thompson. 

DeAVaele Leonard, agt Houe Sewing Machine, res w s John- 
son, nr AVoodside ave. 4. 



1 ino Cutitoiii Work at M. & II. Koch & Co'ti. 

Dewcrs John, wks Barber & Cliupin. 

Hewitt James N., manuPr and dealer in sawed staves, res s e 
cor ^ladison and 12th. 5. 

Dcwitt Oris, bookkeeper, bds dames N. Dewitl. 

Dicher AVilliam, lab, bds Washington House. 

Dickenson Oviil, wks ]\lcCJraw & Co., bds Taylor House. 

Dietz Henry, teamstci-, AVilliam Peter, bds AVvandotte House. 

Dill Mathew, lab, bds w s 3d, bet 34th and 35th. 4. 

Dillabaugh Hiram, iireman John McEwan. 

Dillon John, teamster Pitts & Cranage, res e s Adams, cor 
AVater. 3. 

Dimes Leroy, bds Crampton House. 

Dingeman , res s e cor JefPn and 2d. 5. 

Dingman Jalnes, wks Shearer & Co., bds A. D. I\\*vill. 2. 

Dingman AVilliam \V\ (Orecn & Hingnnm), res w s AVash'n, 
r bet 4th and r>lh. 3. 

j Dingman William W., 1)ds AVolverton House. 

Dingman AVilliam, wks Whipple, Parnieley & Co. 

Disher AVilliam, wks Albert Aliller. 

Dixon George, bookkeeper, bds AVesley J. Hawkins. 

Dixon Miss ilinnie, liome with John Drake. 

Doan Kichard, teamster, res w s Eraser, bet 20th und 21st. 9. 

Dobeck Alichael, lab. bds C. Jhitcheek. 



454 HAY CITY DlUECTOUl, 



Doe John, wks Cliapin & Barber, res s s "Water, nr Dolsen. 4. 

Doila Edward, lab, bds Washington House. 

Dolaghau Henry, lab, res c s Howard, bet 17th and 18th. 5. 

Dolaii Michael, '' Congress Hall "' saloon, e s Saginaw, bet 4th 
and 5th. 7. 

Doling Frank, carpenter, bds ^Irs. J. Jjconard. 

Dolph John, wks Albert Miller. 

Dolsen Alexander, teamster, R. F. Higgins. 

Dolsen, Chapin & Bro. (J. L. Dolsen and H. and L. K. Chapia), 
lumber and salt niannf rs, n end of Dolsen, nr AVater. 

Dolsen Daniel, teamster, Dolsen, Ohapin & Bro., res w s Dol- 
sen, nr Water. C. 

Dolsen (jcorge H., asst teller 1st national bank, bds J. L. 
Dolsen, cor Centre and McClellan. 

Dolsen H., Avks Dolsen, Chapin & Bro. 

Dolsen John L. (Dolsen, Chapin & Bro.), res cor Centre and 
McClellan. 9. 

Doman John, railroad contractor, s s l.'3th, bet Grant and 
Van Buren. 0. 

Doman John, "wks .Smith & Wheeler. 

Domde John, lab, e side Monroe, bet 10th and 11th. G. 

Uttle Jake &. €o. Uiidcr<^cll Everybody. 

Domine Charles 1j., school teacher, res s s Fitzgerald, bet 

Sheridan and ^lason. 3. 
Domio ^liss Elizabeth, bds John j\fcKinnon. 
Donahoe Fred, salt-boiler, Barber & Chapin. 
Donahue 11., salt-boiler, Chapin & Barber. 
Donaldson Edward (x., circulator "Daily ilorning Chronicle," 

bds Jacob D. Eaton. 
Donaldson G., Avks McCJraw & Co. 
Donally Thomas, wks Chapin & Barber. 
Done 1{., lab, wks Webster & Bros. 

Dong Clemens, carpenter, s s iJd, bet Chase and Johnson. 4. 
Donnelly Thomas ]i., cutter, S. V. Wilkins, bds Campbell 

House. ' 
Donnelly Thomas, lab, res e s Belinda, nr Barney, o. 
Dore Selwin, lab, bds W. JlcC'argo. 
Dorr Joseph, lab, J. Dugra. 
Dorrien Mrs. Jane, bds John Alleij. 

Dorian Francis, Trenton House, cor Saginaw and 3d. 4. 
Doville Christian, wks John McEwan. 
Daston A. B., barber Siisand Bros., res Jackson, bet Jid and 

3d. 3. 
Dow Ikiiry S., cdi(ur ("Bay iYdy Tribune;'' Co.) (Dow & 

Swt'l/.er), bils {"'rascr House. 



BAY CITY J)IKECTOKY. 455 

Dow & Swetzer, prop's '-Bay City Tribuue," oflQeo Centre, bet 

"Water and Saginaw. See " Bay City Tribune." 
Dowdell William, foreman, res w s Jolinson, bet Campbell and 

Woodside ave. 2. 
Dowdell Henry, lumber inspector, Folsom & Arnold, bds Mrs. 

J. Williams. 
Dowdell William, foreman Folsom & Arnold. 
Dow Richard H., book-keeper, Hitchcock & Ingraham, bds J. 

A. Palmer, 5 Centre. 3. 
Downey Patrick, lab, e s Monroe, bet 10th and 11th. 2. 
Downs Lyon (Stothard & Downs), e side Adams, bet 9th and 

10th. -4. 
Downs 0. K., elk AVm. B. Southard. 
Doucette Jean, lab, bds Mrs. M. Dargis. 
Dougherty Albert, wks Watrous Bros. & Co. 
Doughty George, wks and bds 0. II. P. Goodwin. 
Douglass Stephen M., passenger cond'r P. & P. M. railway, res 

w s Madison, bet 7th and 8th. 3. 
Douglass Stephen A., pass cond'r P. & P. M. railway, bds 

Fraser House. 
Doyle Miss Hattie, wks H. H. Hatch. 

Lowciit l»riccs at M. &. II. Kocli & C'o's. 



Doyle James, lab, res s c cor Lord and Sheridan. G. 

Do}'le John, lab, res e s Wilson, bet :.\")th and '^Gth. 3. 

Doyle Kate, wks Wm. Whittal. 

Doyle Miss Libbie, wks Wm. JMercer. 

Doyle Michael, Avks A. Miller, res n c cur 25th and Wilson. G. 

Doyle Miss Nellie, wks A. Cummings. 

Doyle Patrick, lab, res n w cor 2d and Sherman. 2. 

Doyle Patrick, lab, bds James Gibbons. 

Doyle William, lab, res s e cor 12th and Saginaw. 5. 

Drago Charles, prop'r Chatham House, e s Saginaw, bet 7th 

and 8th, res same. 4. 
Drago & Ilaney (Chas. Drago and James Haney), real estate, 

ins'.irance, 'and intelligence, office Paine blk", n Water. 
Drago Henry, lab, bds Chatham House. 
Drake & (^o. (William M. Drake and E. I. Drake), dealers in 

groceries, cor 13th and 3d. 
DRAKE E. J. & SON (E. I. and W. M. Drake), dealers iu 

groceries, provisions, crockery, and glassware, n w cor 4th 

and Water. 
Drake E. J., dealer in groceries, res Van Buren, bet 4th and 

Sth. 



456 13 AY CITY DlRKOTOIiY. 



DRAKE JOHN, gen'l and dcp'y collector internal revenue, 
insurance agt, otKcc s w cor •Itli and Water, res w s Adams, 
bet Tth and 8th. X>. 

Drake John, insurance agt, res n w cor Adams and 5th. ;{. 

Drake JMurry (S. Drake & Son), bds Samuel Drake. 

Drake Samuel (S. Drake & Son), res o s Van ]iuron, bet 4th 
and r)th. 0. 

Drouillard Alexander, lab, res s s 30th, bet 5th and 0th. -4. 

Dubi Baptiste, wks J^IcGraw & Co., bds St. Luc Tjciebvre. 3.' 

Dubi Jas., Avks IMcGraw & Co. 

Dubi Joseph, Avks Pitts & Cranage. .' *p 

Dubi Joscphine,',\Yk3 li. Barlow. . gji 

Dubi ]\Iagdeloine, Avks Iv. Barlow. .m|; 

Dube Victor, lab, res n s Fitzgerald, o of Ikdinda. o. **•' 

Dubc Shorman, wks McGraw & Co. 

Dube William, lab, bds Archie Morrison. 

Dubois Anloine, wks Pitts & Cranage. 

Dubor ]\[arce], lab, n w cor s Center, bet 5th and 6th. 5. 'il 

Dubower ^Mike, wks ifc(iraw & Co. .^M 

Duby Miss Angelinc, res w s Bowery, bet Uth and 15tb. "f= 

Ducharme Joseph, wks Pitts & Cranage. 

One Frlfc to all at Lilllc Jake & €o's. 



Duchane John, painter, res n s 1 v»tli, bet ?t[cClelh;n and John- 
son. G. • 

f)ucheno Frunceis, painter, s e cor Barney and 16th. '^. 

Duck Klijah, elk, Jl. ('. & R C. AV'oodard, bds Aloulton IIouso. 

Dullield , wks ^Ic(Jraw & Co. 

Dul'ort Jean, bds Barclay House. 

Dufort Josepii, shoemaker, shop e s Ik'linda, near Campbell, 
res same. 1. 

Duframe James, lab, wks AVilliam Peter. 

Dufrane Joseph, lab, bds Ilichard Champagne. 

Dufrein 1j., wks ])olsen, Chapin & Bro. 

Dugan Patrick, lab, bds Barclay House. 

Dugra Joseph', engineer, res e s Saginaw, bet 1st and Woodside 
ave. 5. 

Donlett Barnabas, lab, wks "William Peter. 

Dubowski George, tailor, wks and bds S. Dulowski. 

Dulude Ikrnard, lab, w s AVilliams, bet 20th and 21st. 3. 

Dumas Zebedee, sawyer, e s Williams, bet 10th and 21)th. 10. 

Duncan Prank, wks McGraw & Co. 

Dumham Frederick W.,ass't postmaster, rooms bank blk, Oeu- 
tcr, cor Washington. 2. 

Dunham Mr.s. Mary R (Rfrs. W. Dunham), elk P. O. 



HAY CITY IMKECTOUY. • 457 

Diuilap l^obc'i't-, liib, luls ^lontival House. 
Diuilt'y Miis.s Kiulu, wKs MnisliiH Diinlmr. 
Pmilmi' MnintiiM I.., m\\l liny City Wain' Woi'Kh, dHlct* (Ijumu 

lloiiHo lUurk, ivd i!ur llh mul .Slierniuii. I). 
Dunbar (<eoi';,% cabinct-niaker, h s ;{5tb, bet 4tli uiul r)th, hm 

c a 2d, bet 3r)th and ^Cth. u. 
Dunn Charlc'i:, brukenian, bds Mrd. M. Clover. 
Dunn David E., carriafife iroiier, bds Valley House. 
Dunn Francis, wks A. Caswell. 
Dupee Barnabas, lab, Avks William Peter. 
Dupuis Dino, lab, bds Joseph Valliere. 
i! I Dupuis John, wks i\rc(Jraw & Co. 

Dupuis Napoleon, lab, bds Joseph Valliere. 
Dupont Jeremiah, lab, Avks AVilliam Peter. 
Duplanty Frank, foreman Folsom & Arnold's »Salt Works, res 

n s AVoodsidc uve, cor Lincoln. 5. 
Durand Olivier, engineer, s s 18th, bet Howard and Williams. 3. 
Durgis Frank, elk E. C. & F. G. AVoodard. 
Durgis Joseph, tail sawyer, wks Shearer & Co. 
During Theodore, dealer in lancy goods and notions, No 115 

Centre, bds Forrest City House. 

Only one Price at M. &. IB. Koeli & C'o's. 

Durling Alfred J., machinist Bay City Iron Works, res w s 

JSherman, bet 1-lth and loth. 2.' 
Dusenburv 'JMiomas (Thco.), wks McUraw & (!o., bds J. A. 
Littk^ 

Dultou , barber, wks Frederick Johnson, bds same. 

Dwire John, teamster, bds Andrew Tomson. 

Dwyer Patrick, bell boy and real estate dealer. Eraser House. 

Dwyer Dan, wks ilcGraw & Co. 

Dwyre Miss Lizzie, storeroom girl, Eraser House. 

E. 

Klwood Waltery-clk U^ K. Wheat, bds Campbell House. 
Eagen James, bar-tender liulTalo Saloon, bds same. 
Earl Tarleton J]., engraver, res w s Farragut, bet 7th aud 8th. 3. 
Easeman Mrs. Eblema (wid Michtiel), res w s Fitzhugh, bet 

15th and IGth. 2. 
lOastman Mrs. Mary (wid Henry), res ess Water, bet 31st 

and 32d. 

Eastman , boat owner, res s w cor Jackson and 7th. 

Easton Amos (Easton & Walton), res cor 7th and Monroe. 3. 
5S 



458 • KAY CITY I)IUKf!Tft«Y ^ : 



(ife 



Eastou Wm. IL, frt agt Shuerinann & Co., res over 108 a ' 

Water. 2. 
Eastou & Walton (Amos Eastou, Andrew Waltou), props 

prop Dunkirk, sloop Bay (!ity, barge Ecbccca, oflice Wat- 

sou blk, room JS^o. 7. \ 

Eastwood Joseph, clotliier. res 'ZOo Jackson, bet 4th aud 5th. 3. '^ 
Eastwood Josepli, clothing merchant, 208 n AVater, res Jack- 1 

son, cor 5th. 3. \ 

Eaton Frank If., elk aud bds Globe Hotel. . | 

Eaton Jacob ])., boarding-house, res w s Adams, bet Gth and "^ 

7th. 5. 
Ebener Frank (or Eleuor), lab, res s e cor Saginaw and 12th. 6. 
Ecklar Loamy I., wks T. Slenou. 

Eddy Albert II., farmer, bds Joseph Eddy. .|i 

Eddy Frank (Eddy, Avei^ & Co.), res w s Adams, cor lOtb. a.'il 
Eddy Henry, elk W. II. Miller & Co. % 

Eddy John, sawyer, res n s 35th, bet 1st and 2d. 4. A 

Eddy Joseph, jjound-keeper, res u e cor 7th and Van Buren. 3. 
Eddy Selwiu, lumber inspector, res s s 10th, bet Adams and 

Washington. '6. 



L.ar;?cst Stock in the Stale at IJttIc Jake's. 



Eden ThouKis, moulder Suudley Ikos. & Lewis, bds Mrs. 

Maria Hughes, on Williams, bet 14th and 15th. 
Edgar Nelson W., ju-oiJ" Eraser House, cor Center and Water. 2. 

Rdker Fred., wks Albeit ]\[illo)'. 

Kdmond Isaac, drayuuin, res s e cor 12(h and Fitzhugh. 8. 
Edwoods .John \,., barber Susand Bros., bds Mrs. M. J. Susand. 

Edwards ]\[iss ^lary, waitress St. James restaurant. 

Edgans William H., raftsman, bds Taylor House. 

Egen John H., book-keeper, Barber & Chapin. 

Egleston E,, wks Gates & Fay. 

Eggert Jacob, lab, wks William Peter. 

Egglestou Andrew, salesnuin li. A. L. Gilbert, res over 110 n 

Water. 
Ehrlich Leopold, store-keeper, Water, res s s 5th, bet Saginaw 

aud Wash'n. 5. 
Eickemeyer Edward, carpenter, shop s s Gth, bet Wash'n aud 

Adams, res e s Wash'n, bet Gth and Centre. 7. 
Eihinger Miss ]\Iargaret, wks Ed. Eickemever. 
Eishcn Nicholas, bar-tender, bds Henry LiUzke. 
I']llan John, lab, res o ti Carney, bet Hth and DLh. 4. 
I'illingei- Aaron, elk, bds J. Breckler. 
Elliiigcr Isaac, elk lireckler & iiewistain, bds J. Brecklcr. 
Ellis .Mboi-t, wks John ]\lcEwan. 



BAY CITY IJlllECTOUY. 459 



' 



Kill's Joshua, salt-packer, res e of McKwaii's mill. 10. 

Ellis .losluia ir., millwright, res ii w cor Broadway anil 31st. 5. 

Kllison Mrs. Almira (wid John Ellison), res n w cor Broad- 
way and 31st. 4. 

Ellison George W., night watch Watrous Bros., res w s Broad- 
way, nr 30th and Fremont avc, 4. 

Ellison Luther M., drayman, s e cor 34th and Mary Ann. 3. 

Ellsworth Warren; grocer, res n s 9th, bet Adams and Jeff'n. 5. 
s; t .Ellsworth & Parish, groceries and produce, store First National 
Bank blk. 

Elord Joseph, lumber piler, res n s 12th, bet Saginaw and 
Water. 8. 

Elser Anthony, lab, res w s Madison, bet 8th and 9th. 2. 

Elwell Clark, carpenter, res w s Van Buren, bet 3d and 4th. 4. 

Ehvell Eben, car])enter, bds Jerome Palmer. 

Emma Miss Catharine, home Avith Descuni Culver. 

Emery Pierre, lab, bds L. Cormier. 

Emmerson Alford, tinner. 

Emmons Miss Cordelia, wks L. Beckwith. 

Emmons Miss Minerva, wks L. Beckwith. 

Laijrest Stock of Clothing ut ^I. &. II. Koch & Co'ti. 

Emmons John, engineer, bds John Simmons. 

Enions Orrin W., enghieer, bds John Simmons. 
! Emrad Peter, lab, bds JMrs. Josephine Kmrich. 

1 Emrich Mrs. Josephine, boardiiig house, w s Adams, bet 8th 

and 9th. 0. 

England Christopher, lab, wks Gates & Fay, bds T. Corbett. 

Englehardt Martin, res s s 9th, bet Jefi''n and Madison. 2. 

Englison (Jharles, lab, bds Washington House. 

Enkrim Adam, cabinet-maker, res 14th, bet Birney and Mon- 
roe. 7. 

Erb David E., canvasser, res w s Jeff n, bet 3d and 3d. 3. 

Erb Mrs. , tailoress, res Jeff'n. bet 2d and 3d. 

Erckison Michael, lab, bds Wyandotte House. 

Ergemger Miss' Margaret W., servant girl (Ed. Eickeruum). 

Err Joseph, carpenter, res e s 3d, bet 38th and 39th. 3. 

Erskine John, wks McGraw & Co. 

Etier Benjamin, lab, wks Smith & AVheeler. 

Etta Lenard loader, works William Peter. 

lOvans David J., State Swamp litind Commissioner, res cor 3d 
and Adams. 

Evans Henry T., agent real estate, res Centre street, east. 4. 

Evans Mrs. Isabella H., physician, res o s Washington, bet lltli 
and 12lh. G. 



1 
I ) 



460 IJAY CITY IHItECTOKY. 



Evans John A., clerk M. IL Kitredge, bds Bowery, cor 15lhJl * 
Evans John L. (G rover & Baker), bds Eraser Ilouse. ,.4'' 

Evans John L., salesman (J. & B. S. M. Co., bds W.II. DeLiBk,i( 
Evans Thomas, lab, e side Eraser bet 13 Hi and 14th. X*. 
Evarts E., wks Gates & Eay. 

Evenson Edward, Avks McGraw & Co., bds John Johnson, 
Evenson Lee, lab, bds John Johnson. ;« 

Evenson Simon, Avks McGraw & Co., bds John Johnson. 
Everett llirum B., painter, res s ^v cor Tth and Washingtou.''.., 
Exchange ]5ank of AVestover & Leland (Lnther WestoveP^' 

lieuben Leland), Westover or Opera House Bld'g, cor 

Center and AVashington. 
Eychenian C, lab, wks Shearer & Co. '^. 

Fagart John, cooper, w side Ifarrison, bet 24tli and 25th. • i 
Fagart John, Jr., cooper, bds J. Fagart. . f 

Fagart AV'm., cooper, bds J. Fagart. .g' 

Fahey John, wks McGraw & Co. , .4 

Falk AVilliam, wks Atlantic Salt A\'orks. - 



\« Baiilcriii^ at Little Jakc'M. 



Farey John, lab, bds Chatham House. 

Farhulst Frank, lab, bds Wyandotte House. 

Farrell Patrick, \\ks ]\IcGraw & Co. 

Farrier D., wks I'olsom & ArnoUl. 

Carrier ,1., lab, wks Folsom &, Arnold. 

barrier S., wks Folsom & Arnold. 

Farris T. A., npholsterer, bds Anscomb House. 

Farro Louis, wks Pitts & Cranage. 

Fasnascht George, wks Chapin & Barber. 

Fassett Theodore S., commission lumber dealer, bds Fraser 
House. 

Faulkner AVilliam, wks John McEwan. 

Fay AVilli^im L., lumber merchant, res cor Cenlre and Mad- 
ison. i2. 

l-'eatlierly John AV., slave dealer, res e s Jefferson, bet Gth and 
ith. 5. 

Feary ]\Iiss Sophia, school teacher, bds Levi A. Barber. 

Feclon AValter, lab, bds J. A. Little. 

Fegel Mrs. Janetle iM.. lives B. S. JTarrower. 

Fegert John, coopei', W. Peter, res \V. S. Cherry, bet ^Sth and 
2Gth. 8. 

Feinauer Andrew, bulclier, bds J. L. Sexlingcr. 



U.VY CITY DIJUXITOIIY. 4GJ 

I I'cirst CJeorge, lab, wks (Slicurcr & (lo. 

,^ KcKlman Jacob, meat market, e s AVater, bet Gtli and 7tli, bds 

i Saginaw, bet 8tli and 9th. 

Ktllous Samuel, machinist, bds Mrs. J. Leonard. 

Fellows Samuel, machinist, bds Mrs. Julia Leonard. 

Fflton Mrs. Mary (wid), bds Thaddeus Smith. 

Ferguson Charles, blacksmith, Chapin & Barber. 

Ferguson Charles, lab, bds R. Williams. 

Ferguson Daniel, blacksmith, bds Crampton House. 

Ferguson Daniel, lab, bds John Garvoid. 

Ferguson George, grocer. Water, res n s 35th, bet . 2. 

Ftfigusson George H. (firm Fergusson & Honey), res 35th, bet 
M and 3d. 

Fergusson & Honey (George IL Fergusson & William ]Ioney), 
dealers in groceries and provisions, s e cor 35th and 
Water. 

Ferguson , lab, res n w cor Williams and 19th. 3. 

Kermily Patrick, lab, res w s Carney, bet 7th and 8th. 5. 

Ferris Napoleon, wks Pitts & Cranage. 

Ferris Reuben (Ferris Bros.), res e s JMonroe, bet 2d and 3d. 3. 

Ferris Richard (Ferris Bros.) res e s Monroe, bet 2d and 3d. 4. 

Only one Price at M. A; II. liocli &. Co'§. 

Ferris T. A., upholsterer, bds Anscoinb JFouso. 

Ferris William, Avks Pitts & Cranage. 

Ferris & Bro. (R. Ferris & R. Ferris), dealers in groceries, pork. 

Hour, feed, etc., n e cor ilonroe and 3d. 
Ferto Miss ]\L^ggie, Avks Robert Meldrum. 
Ferto Miss Sophia, wks ilrs. C. Ik-adlield. 
Fenerstak Frederick, carp, res s s 9th, bet Farragut and ifcClel- 

lan. 2. 
I'Vyerabend Otlo, saloon, res \v s Adams, bet Centre and 
5 Gth. 5. 

Fichetc J., wks Chapin & Barber. 

Fierct Geo., wks McGraw & Co. 

Filaskie Thomas, wks McGraw & Co. 

Finch Edwin, carp, res s e cor Van Jiuren and 8th. 2. 

Finch George, tinsmith, bds Wolverton House. 

Fingland James, e s Saginaw, bet 1st and 2d. 4. 

Fink Peter, wks P. J. Perrotr, bds Bremer, 213 Saginaw. 

Finn Henry, engineer, wks William Peter, bds John ^[itchell. 

Finn John, wks Chapin & Barl)er, bds M. Conlin. 

Finn Stephen, wks Barber & Chapin, bds M. Conlin. 

Fircus Charles, wks Albert Miller. 

Firestack Lewis, lab, bdn .Tosejih P. Allehn. 



462 IJAY CITY DIRECTORY. 

FJrsb National Bank, cor Centre and Washington; capital 
8-400,000; olticers James Shearer Pres., N. B. Bradle) 
Vice Pres., B. E. Warren, Cashier, James Shearer, H. (' 
Moore, C. E. Jennison, W. C. Yawkey, J. F. Eddy, anil 
B. E. Warren, directors. 

Fisher Charles D., postmaster, res s s 31st, e of Broadway. ' C. 

Fislier John, wks McGraw & Co. ^ 

Fisher Miss Francis (Mrs. Wm. J. Campbell), bds same. ^' 

Fisher Frederick, lab, wks William Peter. '.*l" 

Fisher Thomas, -wks McGraw & Co. ' • 

Fisher William, assistant engineer Barber & Ohapin. 

Fitch William, lab, res s s 18th, e of F. & P. M. 11 I{. 3. ^^■ 

Fitchell Miss Emma, lives C. D. Fisher. 

Fitchenfelt Rev. Simon, pastor German church, res u s 2d, 
bet Madison and l\Ionroe. C. 

Fitzhugh Charles C, real estate agent, res n w cor 10th and 
Wash'n. 10. 

Fitzgerald Daniel, lab, res w s Dolsen, bet Woodside uvo and 
Water. 5. 

FitzGerald James, lab, w s Madison, bet 11th and 12th. 5. 

Fitzgerald Joseph M., elk, bds E. Bassingwuit. 2. 

Iiitcrvie^v llic ''ISoK»t" €Iotliier!i, IJttlc Jake & Cu. 

Fitzgeralds Miss JNfary, waiter St. James restaurant. 
Fitzhugh Carroll, miller Salzburgh, bds Eraser House. ' 
Fitzhugh William 11., machinist Bay City Iron Works, bds 

honjo with II. M. Fitzhugh. 
FitzPatrick John, Avks McGraw & Co., bds John Osboru. 
Fladung Joseph, lab, res e s Jackson, bet 3d and 4th. G. 
Flaming Williaui, bookkeeper, bds Peter L. Rogers. 
Flanders B. F., wks McGraw & Co. 
Flangers Charles, lumber inspector, bds Taylor House. 
Flannery Mrs. Sarah, cook Valley House. 
Flannigan Michael, shoemaker, res s s 1st, bet Grant and Van 

Buren. 3, 
Flannigau'William, butcher, G. Hine & Bros., bds same. 
Fleck William, elk, bds C. Xeal. 
F. & P. M. R. R. depot, Jelfn, bet 4th and 5th. 
Flood George, wks Gates & Fay- 
Florence C, wks Uolsen, Cliapiu & Bro. 
Flump Patrick, lab, res e s Kossuth, nr McQrath mills. G. 
Finns Emil, confectioner, res c s Sag., bet Gth and 7th. 3. 
Flury Cyrill, carpenter, bds Marti u Roche. 
Flynn Corneilus 0., car-tender, bds H. C. Ford. 



HAY ( ITV DIIJKCTOUY. 



463 



I 



Klyiin Stephen, wks McGraw & Co. 

FI)'iHi Put., wks McGnuv & Co. 

Flynn Stephen, Avks McGraw & Co. 

Klynn "Win.. Avks McGraw & Co. 

Flynn Jolin, fireman, Avks WilUam Peter. 

Fogarty John, fireman Dolsen & Chapin, res e s Ddsen, bet 

Water and Woodside ave. 4. 
Fop:Ie Jolm, lab, res w s Jackson, bet 10th and 11th. 5. 
Folk Fred., wks John McEwan, 
Folk AVilliam, salt boiler, res e of McEwan's mill. 4. 
Folsom Alexander (Fulsom & Arnold), bds Mrs. Jane AVil- 

liams. 
Folsom & Arnold (Alexander Folsom and Benjamin W. 

Arnold), saw mill and salt works, n s Water, end Johnson. 
Fondri Henry, bds Forest City House. 
Foote Charles E., wks JMcGraw & Co., res w s 5d. 4. 
Foote James, lab, bds James M. Laing. 
FOOTE P. Y., loan ollice, Campbell blk, Water. 
Foote Tracy, waiter St. James Kestaurant. 
Foot Wm., wks McGraw^ & Co. 
Forcad K. Xapoleon, clerk Frank Albert. 

CJothingr al ^VJiolcMile at M. & II. K«»c1i A; Co'h. 

Forcier Cyrillc, carpanter, e side >rury Ann, bet ^oth and s 

Centre. 
Forcier Ilercukscarp, e s :\Iary Ann, bet 3.jth and s Centre. X>. 
Forcier Jaqnes, s side 3oth. -i. 

Forcier Joseph E., cajit TcUqy, n w 4th and s Centre, (i. 
Forcier Miss Mary, bds Joseph Forcier. 

Forcier Pierre, carpenter, bds Uis. Philomone Berthiaumo. 2. 
FORCIER SARAH, dress-maker, res n w cor s Centre and 

4th. 
Ford Flora, home with W. B. Southard. 
Ford George, machinest Bay City Novelty Works, res n e cor 

Sheridan and Woodside ave. 8. 
Ford Henry C, Saloon, AVater, cor ^.3d, res same. 3. 
Forrest Miss Eva, bds Union Saloon. 
Forton Miss Sophia, homo with Mrs. Jane Noud. 
Fosmire James A., yardman, res cor 4th and Adams. 
Fosmire liobert J., yardmaster, s e cor 4th and Adams. 2. 
I'^osmiro ^Vm., night-watch, bds Sherman House. 
Fobs Edgar, traveling agt, res s side Gth, bet Jefferson and 

Adams. 4. 
Foster Mrs. F]lvira (wid U. H.), o side Jefferson, bet 8th and 

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Foster Mrs. Muo'gie, works Richard Sheuiinann. 

Foiirey Pal'k, bds liurclu}' House. 

Fourney Autliony, carpenter, res n c cor Adams and 8th. 4. 

Fontaine Lonis, sljoeniaker, e s (Irant, bet Woodside uve anti 

1st. 5. 
Fowler Jolm, engineer, n e cor 3;2d and Mary Ann. G. 
Fox Annie, wks II. Tupper. 
Fox Be)ijamin, brickniaker.e s Jefferson, bet 10th and 11th. 6^3 
Fox Charles, lab, w s Kossuth, nr McGraght mills. 4. i| 

Fox David, engineer, res s w cor Grant and Woodside ave. 8.'^ 
Fox David, res e s Adams, bet 1st and Woodside ave. 2. 
Fox David, head sawyer, J. McEwan. 
Fox Denis, bar-tender Tookey House, bds P. Tookey. 
Fox Henry, teamster, e s Adams, bet 10th and 11th. 
Fox James, bar-tender Ontario Hotel. 

Fox John, lab, bds Luther Slade. u^l 

Fox John, bds Ontario Hotel. 

Fox Joseph IS., lireman, res w s Jefl'erson, bet 1st and Wood- 
side ave. y. 
Fox Miss Lizzie, home with David Fox. 
Fox Thomas, wks Pitts & Cranage. 

LiStle Jake A: Co., Pilsner Block. 

Fox William, prop'r Moulton House, Saginaw, cor Itii. 5. 
Foy D. J., cai-penter and joiner, bds Moulton House. 
Franike Albert, lab, e s Mary Ann, bet 31st and o3d. 0. 
Frank Frnst, dealer in tobacco and cigars, e s Water, bet 5th 

and Centre, res Van JJuren, cor Gth. 7. 
Frautz Charles, lager beer hall, 11 ; n AVater, res Monroe, bet 

2d and 3d. y. 
Fraser Simon, boiler maker, o s Adams, bet 10th and llth. 4. 
Fraser Thomas, sailor, bds A. Portei-. 
Fraser ]\rrs. Wm, with Wm. Keany. 
Fray C. (J., dealer in Hour, grain, and seed, res Jiay City, 

Grant, bet 3d and 4th. 
Frazer Alex'ander, lireman, (Jliapin & IJarber, bds John 

Norgong. 
Frazlier Miss Josephine, bds J. Frazlier. 
Frazher Joseph, proj)r Fagle Hall, s s Campbell, bet Lincoln 

and ave. :i. 

Freehs Lena, teacher 2d ward school, bds Frnst Frank. 
Freeman Ananias J., wks Ts^ AV. Gas & Water Pipe Co., res 

e s j\ladison, bet ^d and 3d. 2. 
Freeman Chester H., atty. res w s Madison, bet 3d and 4th. C. 



UAY CITY DIRECTORY. 4G5 

Freeman Edward, painter, wks G. Keiley, res s s 10th, bet 

Jackson and Van Buren. 
Freeman Edwin, painter, res s side 10th, bet Jackson and 

Van Buren. 2. 
Freeman Sylvester S., millwright, e side Broadway, bet IGth 

and 17th. 2. 
FriJeol Jean, boiler-makei-, e side Broadway, bet 16th and 

17th. 7. 
Fremell George, harness-maker, wks Thomas Luxtou. 
French George, lab, res e s Williams, bet 19th and 20th. 5. 
French Joiin, lumberman, bds Anscomb House. 

Frey (McDonald & Frey), res s e cor 5th and Wash'u. 2. 

Friedstag ]\Iary, wks J. J. Campbell. 

Friel Cornelius, shoemaker, bds Barclay House. 

Friers Charles, collar maker, wks Thomas Luxton. 

Fringie Joseph, lab, bds F. Lafountain. 

Fritz Mark, wks Pitts & Cranage. 

Fritz Thomas, wks Pitts & Cranage. 

Frond John, lab, res e s Madison, bet 6th and Centre. 6. 

Frost George, constable, res n e cor 24tli and Wilson. G. 

Frost George, lab, bds Corey House. 



Koch & Co., Genesee St., opposite Baiieroft House. 

Frost Solomon, wks Wiiipple, Parmeley & Co. 

Fruman George, "wks Pitts & Cranage. 

Fry Alvan C, cabinet-maker, wks Parker & Loyd, bds Forrest 

City Hotel. 
Fuller Ciiarles H,, assistant circulator, Avks Bay City Tribune. 
Fuller Edward, wks Beebe & Braddock. 
Fuller Lyman, wks Barber & Chapin. 
Fuller Wm., saloon. Bridge blk, 3d, res same. tj. 
Fnrta Enos, lab, wks Smith & Wheeler. 

G. 

Gossehu , shipwright, res e s Mary Ann, bet 34tli and 

35th. B. 
Girard Leon, lab, rese s Adams, bet Water and Woodside aye. 2, 
Gaffee Labbee, lab, wks William Peter. 
Gagan Miss Johannah, bds Union Saloon. 
Gage Lorenzo, lab, bds John Osborne. 
Gaglir Vacin, lab, bds Washington House. 
Gagner Thelesphe, lab, bds Stepben Vallier. 
Gagney George, carpenter, res w s Wash'n, bet 6tli and 7th. 7. 
Gagnon Valson, lab, bds Washington House. 

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46G BAY CITY DIRECTORY. 

Giiin Nelson, lab, bcls Richard Cliampagiie. 

Oaiucr Francis, lab, bds Francis Tuma. 

Gainer Frederick, bds Francis Tuma. 

Gainer Ilenry, lab, bds Francis Tuma. 

Gainlain Allen, lab, bds Washington" Ilonse. -^ 

Gainsiver John, salt packer, res c s .'{tl, bet 38tli and ;39th. 3. 

Gaitz John, wks Pitts & Cranage. 

Gale Allen W., wks G. L. \Vebb, res 34th, near I{. IJ. 

Galinskie Fred, wka McGraw & Co. 

Gallagher Dennis, , Avks William ^McEu'an. 

Gallarno Joseph 8., sailor, res n c cor Barney and Johnson. 6. 
Galliger Peter, fireman Chapin & Barber. 
Galloway John, wks JIcGraw & Co. •■''. 

Gallower Wm., wks ilcGraw & Co. 'i 

Ganin j\[iss Sarah, wks George Watkins. ■■ \ 

Gannier George, lab, wks Smith & Wheeler. 
Gannon Kate, wks G. P. Cobb. 
Gannon AVilliara, elk Corey House. 

G'aoof Frederick, wks Folsoiu & Arnold, res e of ^fcPJwan's 
mill. 1. 



Little Jake & Co., ''ilos^i" Ciotliiers of llic State. 

Garard Andrew, salt packer, res n s Ketchum, bet Johnson 

and Lincoln. 5. 
Gardner George, lab, bds Robert Barlow. 
Gardner George Jf., lumber dealer, bds Frast-r House. 
Gardner ]\Iiss Mary J., wks Isaac JManning. 
Gardner Philip, painter, bds AVm. LeBean. 
Gardner William, lab, res e end VVater, e McEwan's mill. o. 
Gardopce George, carpenter, res n s :^d, e s Johnson. (J. 
(larcion M., wks Dolsen, Chapin & Bro. 
Garland Alfred, tailor W. E. Teall. 

Garlend Michael, lumberman, n e cor 13th and Farragnt. 3. 
Garrels llildert, lab, res u e cor Sherman and 2d. 4. 
Garrels ^Meinhardt, printer "Tribune," res Sherman cor 2d. 
Garrett Benjamin, supt Rifle River boom, bcls Eraser Ilonse. 
Garrett George, drayman, bds Teodore Garrett. 
Garrett Teodore, drayman, res s w cor Monroe and 2c3. 4. 
Garrison James, millwright, res e of F. & P. M. R. R., bet 33d 

and 34th. 9, 
(Jarrison John, res s s 30th, nr Water. 3. 
Garrity ]\Iiss Maggie, waiter Eraser House. 
Garvey Miss Annie, wks Theodore C. Phillips. 
Gates Edwin II., physician, otlico cor ?i and Water, res w s 

Jackson, between 1st and 2d. 



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(lutcs & Ftiy (Samuel G. M. Gates, AVilliain L. Fay), lumber 

manul'rs, office cor n Water and Gth. 
(iates Frank, elk Little Jake & Co., bds E. 11. dates. 
(Jates ]\Iiss Fredcricka, uaitress Washington House. 
(Jatos Samuel (i. M. (dates & Fay), res s w cor ]\Ionroe and 

5tb. 0. 
(lathers A., wks McGraw & Co. 
(Jatz Fullinton, carpenter, bds Edward Eickersmau. 
(latz Leonard, teamster, bds Ed. Eickemeyer. 
(iavord John, prop'r Gavord House, n e cor 3d and Jeflferson. 3. 
(iuy IL C, Avks Med raw & Co. 
(icenetsky P., Avks Pitts & Cranage, 
(ielman Henry, bds Capitol House. 
(Jendron Theodore, lab, bds Stephen Vallier. 
(icnson John, ^vks Webster & Bros. 
Gerard Eli, wks McGraw & Co. 
(icrlach John, tailor, bds Mrs. Josephine Emrich. 
(Jermaiu Haniel, Avks Med raw & Co. 

R (Jermain Mrs. Jane, wid deorge, res n w cor I4th and Barney. 7. 
(iernian William, elk A. Hull', bds same. 

Fuitliioiiablc Tailoring at M. & II. Koch &, Co'ei. 

(Jeroo Arsell, lab, wks Wm. Peter. 

GEUOU JOHN, prop'r Montreal House, s s Mercy, bet 

Belinda and Dolsen. 
(iervais Louis, clerk H. De !Mar'd store. 
(iesk>r Charles, Avks Braddeck & Sons. 

Oesner iMichael, butcher, res e s Jackson, bet od and -ith. .'). 
(Jesner Michael, butcher, bds John AValdo. 
dczt, Charles, teamster, res n e cor 7th and Jackson. 7. 
Gibbins James, drayman, n w cor 13th and Fitzhugh. 2. 
Gibbons James, lab, res w s Fitzhugh, bet 12th and 13th. 3. 
Gibbons Joseph, cooper, bds Lucius Q. Atkins, 
dibson C. F. & Co. (Charles F. Gibson, ), bankers, 

cor Centre and Saginaw, res cor 10th and Monroe. 
(Jibson, Charles F. (dibson & Co.), res s e cor 10th and Mon- 
roe. 4. 
Gibson James, lab, bds J. A. Little. 
(Jiddings James, blacksiuitli, res w s Shermau, bet 14tli and 

lath. 0. 
(Jilbert Chester S., milliiierv and fancy goods, 100 n Water, 

res Jellersoi). 
(iilbert Frederick Jj., book-kcejjer .1. IVlcCJraw, res e side 

Water, bet 40th and 41st. 
•Gilbert Lynum A. L., agent Singer S. Jf. Co., rooms lOG Water, 

res same. 3. 



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Gilbert Nathan, lab, bds John Gavoid. 
Gilbert Nathan, bds J. Howell. 
Gilenaw Napoleon, lab, bds "\V. Gilenaw. 

Gilenaw "William, farmer, res n e cor 13th and . 4. 

Gilfoil Ezra, lab, bds J. Dugra. 

Gillespie Miss L. J., teacher, bds Mrs. Francis 11. Wittemore. 

Gillet Zedock, agt, s e cor 11th and Sherman. 5. 

Gillis Alexander, wks Chapin & Barber, bds Montreal Housed 

Gilion Patrick, wks Chai^in & Barber. ■ 

Gills William, wks Whipple, Parmely & Co. 

Ginnings A., wks Folsom & Arnold. ' 

Girard George, teamster, wks 1). llallock. 

Girardin Vcnuste, physician, McEwau blk, up stairs, e s Watevii^ 

bet 4th and 5tii, res same. j,% 

Giroux Andre, wks McGraw & Co. ' I?;- 

Giroux Edward, lab, w s Jackson, bet 11th and 12th. 3. '^l 

Giroux Francis, wks McGraw & Co. • ^-j^| 

Giroux Leon, wks Pitts & Cranage. ' •,^- 

Gitinga James, blacksmith, liay City Iron Works, res w s Sher- * 

man, bet 13th and 14th. 
Glaskow Fi'ank, wks Albert Miller. "* 

Patronize the ^'Bos.s" €lotliicr<i, Liittic Jake &, Co. 

GLEASON COLLIN, mannf'r,jeweler,shop over M. A. Root's 

music store, e s n Water. . ,. 

(Heason Michael, lab, w s Farragut, bet 14th and 15th. i. 
(Jlenetskie Pet, lab, wks Shearer & Co. 
Glenowski John, lab, e s Mary Ann, bet 34th and 3Gth. U. 
Glover Augustus, elk, Little Jake & Co., bds Wolverton Hoose. 
Glover liolla, propr Eraser House billiard halJ, res 208 e s 

Jackson, bet 4th and 5th. 2. 
Glublenskie Frank, cooper, bds Montreal House. 
Glytnan Pat, wks McGraw & Co. 

Gordon , mail agent, bds Mrs. M. Clover. 

Gordon Hen^y, lab, res w s Fitziiugh, bet 14th and 15th. 4. 

Gordon William, office 11 AVatson block. 

Gougeon Anthime, lab, bds D. Eaby. 

Goiigeon Pierre, stone-cutter, res is s 18th, bet Howard and 

Williams. 8. 
Goddard George A., agt Wlieeler & Wilson S. M. Co., room* 

110, n Water. 
Goddeyne Edward, res cor Johnston and 2d. 
Godeyue Charles, lab, res s s 2d, bet Barney and Johnson. 7. 
Goduess Peter, lal), res e s Adams, bet Water and Woodside 

avenue. 2. 



UA\ CITY DIKKCTOKY. 4G9 

(loeke Piiul, lab, res s s 12th, bet Saginaw and Wash'n. 3. 
Oocschel Louis (Goeschel & Meisel), bds llerman Moisel. 
fiondreau John, shoemaker, res n s IGth, near Farragut. G. 
(lonesse Napoleon, edger, John McEsvan's mill, 
(lonyon Nelson, lab, wks William Peter. 
'i^W' (loodrich fieorge, book-keeper, K. J. C'arneys, bds Will T. 
" ' Craft. 

(foodson James 0., lumber inspector, otfice Watson block, 

Water, res n cor 0th and Sherman. 3. 
(loodsoii William N., lumber inspector, bds J. 0. Goodaon. 
Ooodenough Jos., wks McGraw & Co. 
(Godwin Oliver II. P., ice dealer, res e s Williams, bet I3th 

and 14th. 2. 
(roodnow John, Avks A. A. Gotfreit. 
(loodrow John, wks T. C. Comney. 

(lordon John G., i)i]e-drivcr, res s e cor 2(1 and Wash'n. 2. 
Gordon Joseph, otfice room 7 and 8 Watson block, lightering 

agent, propr b'ge line, res e s Wash'n, bet 8th and 9th. 4. 
(lordon W. L., lumberman, bds AVolverton House, 
(lornover Geo., wks ^IcGraw & Co. 
(Jornover Joseph, wks McGraw & Co. 

Xobby §iiitx at M. & II. Koeli & Co'tt. 

(lornover Thonias, Avks AIcGraw & Co. 

Goslcr Alexander, wks Braddiek & Sonti. 

(loslcr Joseph, Avks jiraddick & Sons. 

(Jostago Silas K., joiner, ros n s 1st. bet -Jackson and Van 
Bureu. 2. 

(iostige John, carpenter, res e s .letterson, bet 1st and Wood- 
side ave. 4. 

Gotfreit Arnold A., baker and confectioner, e s Water, bet 6th 
and 7th, res same. 7. 

Gotwalk AVilliam, lab, bds Boutreur House. 

Gould Arthur B., sawyer, res e s River, bet .%'/// and S7th. 2. 

Gould Hiram, wks Folsoni & Arnold. 

Gould G. E., wks McGraw & Co. 

Goynon James, lab, wks AVilliam Peter. 

Grabner Heur}', teacher E. L. E. School, bds F. Arnold. 

Grabowsky A. & Co., (Abraham and Isaac Grabowsky), millinery 
and fancy goods, 112 n s Centre, bet Saginaw and Water. 

(Jrabowsky Abraham (A. and I. Grabowsky), res w s Saginaw, 
bet 10th and 11th. 3. 

(Jrabowsky Isaac (A. and I. Grabowsky), res w s Saginaw, bet 
10th and 11th. 4. 

Grabowsky (Jeorge, peddler, res e s Saginaw, bet 6tU and 7th. 4. 



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Grabowsky Solomon, dealer in watches, jewelry, etc., res No. 
109 Centre. 

Grace John, setter, works William Peter. 

Grace John, wks Whipple, Parmeley & Co. . . 

Graflfort Francis, clerk, works Woolson & Kise. :' 

Graham Charles, bds Forest City Honse. 

Graham Charles, lab, bJs M. S. Meger. 

Graham James, confectionery stand at 3d bridge, bds Moulton 
House, 

Graham Joseph, bds Forest City House. 

Graham Win., carpenter, bds Wm. LeBean. 

Graham Wm. H., prop'r saloon cor Water and l:ith sts, rea' 
same. 3. 

Graham Robert, lab, res s s 34th, east William. 3. ; ■ 

Graham Ziba B. (A. Stevens & Co.), res n side s Centre. »,';; 

Graim Robert, works Albert Miller. 

Grandy William, deputy sheriff, res ii w cor 9th and Washing- 
ton. 8. 

(Jraneux F., works Folsom & Arnold. 

Granger Joseph, sawyer jMcEwan's mill, res e end Water, e s 
]\lcEwan's mill. 4. 



I^ittlc Jake &■ Co. Undersell Kverybody. 

(tranger ]\[orse, lab, bds 0. (irondin. 

(iraut Angus J., elk W. I*. Jloyt, bds J. A, Grant, Saginaw, 

bet 1st and 2d. 
Grant Archibald, teamster, res n e cor Adams and 7th. 5. 
(irant ])onald, lab, bds Stanstead House. 
Grant John, sail mauuf r, n s 1st, bet Grant and Van Bureu. 6. 
Grant John, tailor, c s Fraser, bet 20th and 21st. 4. 
Grant Wm. W., teamster, res e s Jefferson, bet 21st and 22d. 5. 
Gray Catharine, wks G. H. Young. 
Gray James, printer, "Lumberman's Gazette," res w s Farra- 

gut, bet 7tli and 81 h. 2. 
Gray JSJellie, wks T. J. Beaubien. 
Gray S. AV., lab, bds Corey House. 
Grearer Alexander, wks Albert Miller. 

Green Almon Jj., boiler-maker, Jos. T. Kirk, bds Mrs. Bathgot. 
Green Amos D., boiler-maker, Jos. T. Kirk, bds Mrs. Bathgot. 
Green Amos D., boiler maker, bds JMrs. M. JJathgot. 
(h-een Aug., lab, wks AVilliam Peter. 
(JllEEN & DINOMAN (Nelson Green, William W. Ding- 

man), liverymen, stable e s Saginaw, bet 3d and 4th. See 

advt. 
(ireen Jliss Fvn, wks P. Nowicki. 



HAY CITY mKECTOllY. 



471 



Ortcu Foley, foreman P. J. Perrott, bds Moulton Iloiise. 

(Jreen George, lab, nr 40th, e s P. & P. Jf. 11. P. 7. 

(ircen Giistaviis A., lab, w s Piver, bet 3Gth and 37tli. 3. 

Ilreen 11., lab, bds Corey House. 

(ireen John, Avks jilcGraw & Co. 

Ureeu Joseph, lab, bds Chatham Ilouse. 

(Jreeii iSUss Lelly, hotiie with August Kaiser. 

Green Nelson ((Jreen & Dingman), res Jackson, M. 

(Jroen Sanford, Judge, bds George Lord. 

(ireen Thomas, lab, res n s ;?lst, bet Howard and William. '^. 

Green Wm. P., wks ^IcGraw & ('o. 

(Jreen W. 0., printer '('hronicU'." rooms Pirney blk, bds Wolv- 
erton Ilouse. 

(jreene Almon, boiler-uiaker, bds Mrs. Margaret Jiathgait. 

Greene Charles J., lab, res e s Van Piiren, bet 1st and Wood- 
side ave. G. 

(rrecnc AV'illiam, lab, res e s Van Puren, bet 7th and 8th. 3. 

(trcene Miss 1^'va, bds Joseph T. Kirk. 

(ireer Alexander, lab, bds Mrs. Matilda Jones. 

Greer II., wks Uolsen, Chajjin & Pro. 

Greer S., wks Dolsen, Ciiapiu & Pro. 

£,o\vcst fi*rices at Ifl. & II. Koch & Co's. 

Greff Ferdinand, lab, bds John Proebster. 
Gregory Chauncey, wks "Pay City Tribune.*' 
Gregory II., carpenter, bds Jonathan Smith. 
Gregory John, wks "Pav City Tribune.'"' 
GREGORY LELANl) H., groceries and 

cor 8th and Wash'n, res same. :i. 
Gregory M. D., mechanic, bds Wolverton 'louse. 
(Jregory Wm. II., lab, res e s Jeffn, bet 11th and 12th. li, 
Gregson Samuel, bds Forest City House. 
Greham Ziba, lumberman, res n w cor s Center. 3. 
Grelow Allred, lab, bds Corner Hotel. 
Greuter Jacob, lab, wks Smith & Wheeler. 
Crrichky Gottholf, lab, e s Van Puren, bet 10th and 11th. 4. 
Griddcll Albert, baker, res w s Adams, bet 9th and 10th. 3. 
(h'idley John P., book-keeper Pancroft & Co., bds Campbell 

Ilouse. 
Gridzilewski Nicholas, lab, bds M. Dubois. 
Grier Mrs. Mary J. (wid T. C. Grier), e s Jefferson, bet 9th and 

10th. 4. 
(JriHin Albert, sailor, bds Anscombe Ilouse. 
Grillin John, lab, bds P. Griul. 
Grillin Tjcwis, foreman "Pay (Jity Tribune." 



provisions, n e 



472 BAY CITY DIRECTORY, 



Grisdale Gideon, Avks Pitts & Cranage. 

Grisdule AVilliam, sawyer Pitts & Cranage, bds Wolvertoii 

House. 
Grisdale AVilliam, lab, res Adams, nr D. & B. C. depot. 4. 
Grist Mill prop'rs, McDonald & Fray, cor 1st and Water. 
Griswold Albert B. (II. Griswold & Hon), bds cor Farragutaod 

Centre, 
(iriswold II. & Son (Harry and Albert B. Griswold), china, 

glass, and queensware, 107 n AVater, res cor Centre and 

Farragut. 
(xRIUL PAUL, saloon and boarding house, e s Saginaw, 

bet 8th and Oth. 4. 

Groleau , lab, bds I). Baby. 

Grooms Frank, rivermau, res s w cor Campbell and Lincoln. 2. 

Gromboskie Frederick F., lab, wks Shearer & Co. 

Grondin Olivier, foreman Smith & Wheeler's sash factory, res 

s w cor 17th and Broadway. 7. 
Grover Edward, lab, bds M. S. Meagher. ; 

Grover Jean, painter, bds Eagle House, 
Grover Julius, carpenter, wks Philander M. Whipple. 
Grow Casher P., firm Little Jake & Co.,'bd3 Campbell House, a 

€>iio Price to all ut IJttlc Juke & Co's. 

Grow Dewitt AV., firm Little Jake & Co., bds Campbell House. 

Growser John, lab, wks AVilliam Peter. 

(rrulo Frederick, lub, wks AVebster & Bros. 

(luard Lewis, restaurant, c s AVater, bet ]Oth and 11th, rea 

same. S. 
Gudschinsky Herman, lab, res u w cor Jackson and 3d. 0. 
(ruindon Adolphe, elk, bds Mrs J. Emrich. 
Guindon Adolphe, lab, res s w cor Williams and 19th. G. 
Guilt John, foreman, Mann & Co., res bet Gth and 7th, Jeff'n. 
Guiun Charles, wks Albert Miller. 
Gulis Miss Maggie, home with Timothy O'Connor. 
Gull John, wks McGraw & Co. 
Gulliver Heur}', lab, bds J. A. Little, 
Gunn Henry, lab, bds Crampton House. 
Gunn AVilliam, shoemaker, bds AV. Hall. 
Gurle John, lab, wks AVebster & Bros. 

Gusler Charles, lab, res w s Mary Ann, bet 33d and 34th. 2. 
Gustage Josiah, pattern-maker Bay City Iron AVorks, res Ist. 
Gust Carl, lab, e s Mary Ann, bet 31st and 32d. 4. 
Gust AVm., lab, bds Carl Gust. 
Gustiu Charles C, job printer, office room No. 1, Griswold blk, 

over 109 n Water, res 216 w s Jefferson, bet Gth and 7th. 2. 



HAY CITY DIRECTORY. 473 



Oustiii Henry N. (D. A. Ballon & Co.), res s \v cor 6tli and 

Madison. 4. 
(Justin & Merrill (Richard P. Clustin and Henry P. Merrill), 

wholesale grocers, w s AVater, bet 4th and 5tli. 
Oustin Richard P. (Gnstin, Merrill & Co.), res e s .Jefferson, 

bet 7th and 8th. 
Oustiis Joseph, lab, res n c cor Fitzhugh and 14th. 3. 

(lUthrcy John, painter, res s s 1st, bet Trumble and . 4. 

(J wilt John, foreman ]\Innn & Co., res w s Jefferson, bet 7th 

and 8 th. 4. 
(iwvne Ilenrv, blucl<sinitli, Avks Samuel Wood. 



H. 



Ilaas Churles II., carpenter, res n s 2d, I)et Monroe and Jack- 
son. 10. 

Ilacklen Miss May, wks William L Fay. 

Haering Frank (1. tailor, shop over 113 Centre, res Jackson, 
near 3d. 

Ilaering AVin. R., tailor and bds F. C. JIaeriiig. 

llaffron Patrick, lab, bds II. Steele't. 

I lagan John, elk, bds C. E. Foote. 

Only one Price at ]?I. & II. Kocli & Co'h. 

Ilagar George, gen'l grocer, s w cor Madison and 3d. (;. 

Ilage Conrad, grocer, res cor Wash'n and Oth. 9. 

llager George, dealer in groceries, cor ]\Iadison and 3d. G. 

JIaggadonc Jolm, bar-tender, res w s Hamilton, bet Gth and 
7th. 3. 

llagdorn Stephen II., (al) physician, s s s Centre, bet 1st and 
3d. 3. 

Haiglit 11., lab, wks Shearer & Co. 

Ilaight Samuel, mason, s w cor 11th and Grant. 7. 

Ilaight Samuel, lab, wks Shearer & Co. 

ilaight Wellington, bds Forrest City House. 

Ilail Roswel, millwright, w s Grant, bet 10th and 11th. '2. 

Ilainc George, butcher, bds C. J. Reichles. 

Ilajmaw Andrew, elk for George liOeHler, res Sth. 

Hakes John C, lab, bds James T. Needham. 

Hall Alexander, blacksmith, res s s 21sl. bet liowery and Wil- 
liams. G. 

Hall A., carpenter, bds Jonathan Smith. 

Hall A., lab, wks Webster & liros. 

Hall Charles B., carpenter and joiner, res e .s Broadway, bet 
yr>th and 2Gth. 3. 
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474 BAY CITY DIRECTORY. 

Hall Charles AV. L. R., Jr., carpenter and joiner, res e s Broad- 
way, bet 25th and 2Gth. 3. ^ 

Hall Dominick, lab, bds N. Ilebert. • ■ 

Hall Miss Emily A., teacher ".'d AVard school, bds Mrs. Lucj 
Clark. '% 

Hall Harvey, ship broker, ollice rooms 7 and 8 AVatson block,\ 
les e s Jeft"'n, bet 8th and 9th. 3. 

Hall Henry, lab, res c s Wilson, bet Fremont ave and 30th. 6. 

JIall James, wks Ciiapin & Barber. 

Hall Jackson, teamster, res n s Campbell, bet Annie. G. 

Hall John, lab, e s Van Buren, bet 10th and 11th. 2. 

Hall j\Iichae]» teamster, bds John Osborn. 

Hall Peter, salt-boiler Chapin & Barber. 

Hall liansom, carpenter and joiner, res )i w cor Jeft'erson and 
9 th. ;. 

Hall Ivobert A., brick-maker, res s s 15th, bet Madison and 
Jefferson. 2. 

Hall Sidney A. (Shaw & Hall), bds Mrs. D. l\. Williams. 

Hall AVilliam, shoemaker, res n s 7th, bet Saginaw and AVash- 
ington. 2. 

Hall , wks !M. AV'atrons & Sons. 

l^urj^cst ^(4»(*k in llic ^late at Little .Takc'>«. 

llalley Miss llellen, school teacher 2iX ward, bds Peter L. 

Kogers. 
Halley William, lab, bds Corey Honse. 

Hallock Daniel, jobber, e side Jefferson, bet lOlh and 11th. 5. 
Halowell Edward, lab, bds Jloris N. Sakett. 
llalsted Joseph, carpenter, w side ^Eonroe, bet Cth and Centre. G. 
Hamanne, Erank, prop'r Hamlin Honse, s w cor Campbell, 

near Lincoln. 8. 
llamet Oscar E., lumber inspector, res n w cor Jackson find 

8th. 3. 
Hamilton Alexander, lab, bds K. Barlow. 
Hamilton Miss Eva, milliner, bds Daniel Campbell. 
Hamilton John, teamster, bds Joseph Hamilton. 
Hamilton Joseph, caruenter, res e s Eitzhngh, bet 21st and 

22l\. 4. 
Hamilton AVilliam B., bds Taylor House. 
Hamlin Alexander, lab, res e s Johnson, bet Campbell and 

AV^oodside ave. 1. 
Hamlin Erederick, Avks Pitts & Cranage, 
llamniond l'\-aiik, wk.i Barber & (Jhapin. 
Hammond Hannah, wks K. VVilliani'j. 



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Hammond John, wks Barber & Chapin. 

Ilummond Mrs. Susan (wid S. I). Hammond), res s s Lord, 

near Sheridan. 3. 
Hammond William, tallyman, bds 0. AV. Monroe. 
Hurny Frederick, baker, wks F. Arnold. 

Hundcock Samuel, lab, res s e cor Johnson and Ketchum. 5. 
Ilaney James (Drago & llaney), bds Chatham House, 
llunlin John W., liveryman, s s 4th, bet Wash'n and Saginaw, 

res s w cor 4th and Wash'n. 3. 
Haulon Miss Mary, chambermaid, Wolverton House. 
Hunmann Mathias, carp, bds Simon Hanmann. 
Hanmann Simon, carp, ress e cor Farragut and 9th. 4. 
Hannah Andrew, lab, res s e cor Howard and 17th. 11. 
J[annah James, lab, s s 40th, opp 4th. 5. 
Hannah John, lab, bds Andrew Hannah. 
Ilannau j\Iarkey, sailor, res e s Madison, bet 7th aiid 8th. 4 
Hannan llobert, machinist, Bay City Iron AVorks, bds Mrs. 

Ellen Hanna, Midland st. Wenona. 
Hunrcty Patrick, lab, bds Taylor House. 
Hansel! John, salt-packer, a w cor :i4th and Bowerv. 8. 
Hansel John B., farmer, res s e cor xJ4th and Bowery, i). 

Niicchal Department lor Boy^'Clotliiii;; at Koeli ACo's. 

Hanson Benjamin F., lab, res c side Van Buren, bet 3d and 

4th. G. 
Harbeck Henry A., mill owner, res w s Van Buren, bet 8th 

and i)th. 3. 
llarc John, saloon keej)er, s e cor Van Jiuren and 5th. 10. 
ITardnburgh Eva, bds Bufus D. Henderson. 
Harding Brent, i)ainter, wks G. Beiley, res e s Jackson, bet 

10th and 11th. 
Hardy James (col), lab, res c s Williams, bet 15th and IGth. 2. 
Harding Miss Mary, home with Walter Moore. 
Harding Thomas K., Ibreman job rooms " Bay City Tribune," 

bds Cami)bell House. 
Hare John, machinist, Muun & Co., res cor 14th and Jeffn. 
Hare John, carpenter, res n side 14th, bet Barney and Mon- 
roe. 5. 
Harigau John, engineer, K. F. Higgins. 
Hargadon John, atty and justice, ollice room 2i Watson blk. 

Water, bds Campbell House. 
Hargrave Edward J., Ibremun, I^IcClraw's mill, res n e cor loth 

and Bowery. (J. 
Hargrave Jolm, physician, home with Edward J. Hargrave. 
Hargrave Wilks, liler, wks N. B. Bradley & Co. 



476 BAY CITY DIRECTORY. 

Tlarkin James, filer, Dolseti & Cliapin. res s s Mercer, bet 

Dolsen and Belinda. 12. 
Harkins Robert, lireman, res n side .13tb. bet Fitzluigh and 

Eraser. 0. 
Harmon Felix, wks John McEwan. 
Harris David (col), wks Gates & Fay, res e s Van Bureu, bet 

llth and 12tli. 
Harris Francis, wks Shearer & Co., bds J. Dugra. 
Harris Joseph, shoemaker, wks W. H. Nellis, bds Molton 

House. 
Harris Thomas, printer, " Tribune," bds Globe Hotel. 
Harrington Alfred, lal), res n w cor s Centre and corporation 

line. 8. 
Harris Miss Maggie, housekeeper liev. T. Rafter. 
Harrison Calvin, mechanic, bds Mrs. M. Bathgait. 
Harrison Francis, carpenter, res e s Bowery, bet 19th and 

20th. 4. 
Harrison James W., printer, bds Globe Hotel. 
Harrison T. W., printer " Bay City Herald," bds Globe Hotel. 
Harrison Wm., drayman, res 5th, bet Van Burenand Grant. 2. 
Harrison Mrs., bds Wolverton House. 

\o Bantering^ at Little Jukc'ti. 

narrower Benjamin S., newsdealer, res n c cor 31st and Mar- 
sac. 4. - 

narrower E. A., dealer in fruits, confectionery, etc., AVatcr, bet 
31st and 32el. 

Harvey William, lab, bds Charles Meoker. 

HARRY BALDWIN W., mechanic, res w s Saginaw, bet 
8th and 9th. G. 

Harry Daniel, boiler maker, bds Wyandotte House. 

"Hart George, lab, res w s Lincoln, n s Ketchum. 2. 

Hart Julius B., merchant, res -401 n e cor Adams and 1st. 5. 

Hart Lynns, engineer, res n w cor Williams and 18th. 3, 

Hartford George, lab, bds Mns. S. Coon. 

Hartgrave Wm., filer, res e s Eraser, bet 17th and 18th. 8. 

Hartley William B., res s w cor 3d and Sherman. 3. 

Hartneet Miss Jjizzie, bds J. Holbert. 

Hartnell Albert, lab, bds Corey House. 

Hartney James, wks Dolsen, Chapin & Bro. 

Hartranft Mrs. J. li., dealer in millinery and fancy goods, hair, 
and ladies' furnishing goods, 118 n Water, res s w cor5th 
and Saginaw. 

Hartwell Charles, lab, res s w cor 30th and 3d. 2. 

Hartwick retcr J., artist, res 807 w s Monroe, bet 7th and 
8th. 2. 



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Hartwick P. J., artist, res e s Wasliington, bet 10th and 11th. 2. 

Itttfvell Nicholas, painter, bds Ontario Iloiise. 

Ilarwood Joseph, machinist, bds C. M. Prescott. 

Ilarwood Peter (aged), res w s McClellan, bet Gth and 7th. 

Ilascn J. S., wks McGraw & Co. 

Haskell Albert J., carpenter, res w s Farragut, bet 7th and 
8th. 3. 

Ilttskin & Spencer (George llaskin. Burton W. Spencer), 
stoves, tinware, etc., Union Block, foot Centre. 

Ilasett John, lab, bds M. S. Meagher. 

liasett William, lab, bds M. S. Meagher. 

Hatch Ilerschall H., attorney, office cor Washington and Cen- 
tres, res e s Washington, cor 10th. 9. 

Hatch John 11, blacksmith, Smalley Bros. & Lewis, res n s 
11th, bet Van Buren and Grant. 8. 

Hatch J. N.,.res with IT. H, Hatch. 

Hatch William, molder, Smalley Bros. & Lewis, bds John 
Ilatch, cor 11th and Van Buren, 

Hotchkiss Everett, assistant teller State Bank, bds home, n e 
cor 3d and Grant. 

Hats John, lab, bds Wyandotte House. 

Only one Price at M. Ac II. KocU & C'o's. 



Hatwood M., lab, bds Taylor House. 

llaughton Miss Emma A., tel opr, bds H. H. Hatch. 

Huulin John, prop'r livery stable, cor 4th and Washington, res 
1 adjoining. 3. 

Hawk Peter, lab, bds George Yonker. 
i Hawkesworth George, millwright, res e s Water, bet 29th and 
30th. 4. 

Hawkesworth Mrs. Julia, res e s McCormick, bet 23d and 
24th. 4. 

Hawkins Hiram, lab, wks Watrous Bros. & Co. 

Hawkins John W., farmer, res n s 35th. 4. 

Hawkins Wesley, wholesale dealer, res n e cor 4th and Jeffer- 
son, (j. 

HAWKINS WESLEY & Co., wholesale liquors, cigars, 
and tobaccos, 418 n Water, old No. 210. See advt. 

Hawksworth Mrs. Julia, elk Munger & Co. 

Hawley Charles 11., dry goods, bds Eraser House. 

lEawley Miss Helen, teacher second ward school, bds Peter L. 
llogers. 

Hayden John, bricklayer, s s 35th, bet 1st and 2d. 4. 

Haydon John, wks J. McEwan. 

Hayes D., wks Braddick & Sons. 



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Hayes Edward, wks Whipple, Parmeley & Co. 

TIayes George, no occupation, bds William Henry Ciiarter. 

Hayes John, hib, bds Thomas Koacli. 

Hayes John B., lab, res e s Johnson, u of Campbell. 3. 

Hayes Joseph, wks AVhipple, Parmeley & Co. 

Hayes Michael, lab, av s Jackson, bet 11th and 12th. 3. 

Hayes Robert, lab, bds J. Hall. 

Hague John, res e s Saginaw, bet Gth and 7th. 5. 

Hague Miss Lizzie, wks Valley House. 

Haynes A. M., short-hand reporter, bds W. Hodgkins. 

Haynes John (Holmes, Haynes & Stoddard), att'y, office Wat- 
son blk, Water, res s e cor 10th and Van Buren. 3. 

Hays Eben B., lab, res s s 30th, bet 4th and 5th. 2. 

Hayt Frederick, elk, bds Jacob D. Eaton. 

Hazel wood llobert, lab, bds J. Stevens. 

Hazen John W., capt schr " Favorite," e s Jackson, bet 9th 
and 10th. 3. 

Hazzurd James, bds Mrs. M. A. Brehmcr. 

Head Henry, machinist, "wks Smalley Bros., e s Eraser, bet 14th 
and loth. 4. 

Hearn James, carp, e s Kossuth, nr McGratli's mills. 

liitcrvic^v the ^'Uos^t" €lotIiici*i«, Little Jake &. Co. 

Hcarns Stevens, lab, res n s 35th. G. 

Hearth ]\Iichael, lab, bds James A. Little. 

Hebort Ciiarles, lab, n c cor \'au Buren and 4th. 3. 

Hebert Edward, lab, e s ]\Ionroe, bet 11th and 12th. 2. 

Hebert Jonas L., elk j\[unger & Co., res 13th, bet Madison and 

!^[onroe. 3. 
Hebert Nelson, saloon, e s Water, bet 5th and Centre, res 

Centre. 
Heck Louis, wks McGraw & Co. 

Heckwith Henry, lab e s Kossuth, nr McGraght's mills. 3. 
Hcddings Jerome N., wks and bds J. Norgong. 
Heeran Godfrey, lab, w s Van Buren, bet 2d and 3rd. 8. 
Heeren Peter, lab, bds G. Heeren. 

Hege Conrad, grocer, res e s Washington, bet 8tli and. 9th. 9. 
Heggic William H., elk, St. James Restaurant, bds same. 
Heiber William, saloon keeper, "w s Van Buren, bet 3d and 

2d. C. 
Heil Laurence, butcher for and bds G. IHue & Bro. 
HEINZMANN CUIlISTOniER, prop Forest City House, 

cor Gth and Wash'n. See advt. 4. 
HEINZMANN JOHN, prop Wash'n House, s e cor 2d and 

30th. 2. 
HciKordt Peter, sup't .1. McEwan'ri sawmill, res 224 Monroe. 



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Helm ircury, stave agt, ros s s 2il. bot Johnston and Birno}-. 4. 
Hollmuth Engelluird, carj), htls Jose])hino Knirich. 
Hfllinuth Henry, tinsmith, bds Mrs. Josephine Emrich. 
If KliPEG GEOllOE, prop llauiptou Honse, n e cor Centre 

and Carney. G. 
Ifoinbh'ng Noah, carriage-niuker and bhicksmith, shop c 8 

Saginaw, bet 2d and od, res \v s Monroe, bet 1st and 2d. 5. 
Ilemc Chiude, carpenter, res n e, cor 25th and Broadway. 4. 
Ilcnimc Miss Jeanette, res cor Adams and Center. 
Henderson James, lab, bds International Hotel. 
Henderson John, wheel v.right, bds John M. Kinnon. 
Henderson Eufns D., carpenter, res s w cor 21stand Howard. 3. 
Henderson Bobcrt, lab, bds International Hotel. 
Hendersen Thomas, carriage-maker, res n w cor ;Jd and 

Washington. 5. 
Henderson Wm. 11, elk, bds J. AV. McMath. 
Henderson Willis B., bds J. W. McMath. 
Henderson William, lab, bds J\I. S. Meagher. 
Heudrick John, lab, bds Mrs. L. Hcndrick. 
ilcndrick Mrs. Jjucinda (wid Eli), laundress, res s e cor 8th, 

bet Saginaw and AVashinpton. 






Truukfi for S^adics :iiicl 4<i cut lemon at Koeli & Co's. 

Hendricks Armand, wks Hitchcock & Ingrahaui. 

Henion Bnrt G., elk i\Innger & Co., bds Campbell House. 

Henion Lonrin L., elk ]Mnnger& Co., bds Campbell Honse. 

Henion S. N., salesman, bds (lampbell House. 

llcnman Ceo., doctor, res Center st, bet Adams and Jelf n. 'J. 

llenmann Miss Margaret, wks Albert Griddell. 

llennard John, millwright, res n s Campbell, bet Sheridan 

and Seymour ave. 4. 
Hennerd Clement, lab, res e s -Campbell, nr Lincoln. 10. 
Hennessey Jas., wks JlcCrraw & Co. 
Hennessey Patrick, bricklayer, res 5th, bet Van Buren and 

Grant. 0. 
Ilenriottc Pierre, wks Pitts & Cranage, res s e cor Grant and 

1st. 2. 
Henry George, wks P. J. Perrott, bds Moulton House. 
Henry John, salt-boiler Barber & Chapin. 
Uensy Miss Louisa, servant girl L. A. liarber, bds same. 
Hepkamp Herman, lab, bds Washington House. 
Here AVilliam, raolder Bay (!ity Iron Works, bds home with 

J. Here. 
Ilcrran Daniel, lab, bds Hamlin House. 
Herring l''re(l('ri(;k, tailor, le-i e s JaoksDn, bet 2d and Jkl. 7. 



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llerrington John, gunsmith, u side 18th, bet Williams and 
Ilowarcl. 5. 

llersheiison William, clerk T. Anthony, bds J. Breckler. 

Herson Samuel W., salesman, bds AV". S. Thompson. 

Iless Samuel, lab., res n e cor Lincolu and IJarney. 11. 

llesscll Byron, wks Gates & Fay. 

JJessert James, musician, bds Mrs. M. A. Brehmer. 

lletterick Michael E., tinsmith, bds E. Clark. 

lletu Leonard, lab, e side Broadway, bet 18th and 19th. 5. 

Ueumann Charles, elk, bds Mrs. M. Ileumann. 

Hewitt Calvin A., mason, res n e cor Fremont ave and Broad- 
way, o. 

Hewitt Horace ]i., wks Webster & Bro., res e s AVilson bet 
24th and 25 th. 2. 

Hewitt John, lab, bds M. S. Meagher. 

Hewitt Joseph, lab, bds M. S. Meagher. 

Hewitt ^Marshall, wks JMcGraw & Co. 

Hewmann George, physician, olfice 104 s w cor Centre and 
Jefferson, res same. 9. 

Hebert l^Iary, wks C. Raby. 

Uttle Jnkc &, €o., 'WiMiicr Block. 

Hebert Nelson, boarding-house, n w cor Belinda and Fitz- 
gerald. (J. 

Hebinger George, tanner, wks J. Robinson, res s e cor 16th ^ 
and Sherman. 5. 

Hebinger Frederick, wks book-binding oUice. 

Hibert 0.. wks Folsom & Arnold. 

Hickey Squire (Hickev & Day), res w side Water, bet 39th 
and 40th. 2. 

Hickey William, lab, bds John Perkins. 

HICKEY & DAY, proprs Clarendon House, \v side 1st, bet 
39th and 40th. See advt. 

Hicks Miss Fannie, cook Delmonico Kestaurant. 

Hidden Oliver M., draughtsman with Porter & Watkins, arch- 
itects, s w cor 8th and Grant. 2. ^ 

Hiesner Charles, sailor, bds J. Minnie. 

Hiesner John, sailor, bds J. Minnie. 

Heener A., prop'r Great Buffalo Clothing House, res cor 5th 
and Washington. 3. 

Hcsordt Peter S,, book-keeper John McEwan, e s Monroe, bet 
4th and 5th. 

Higgins liobert F., millwright, res s 8 Mercer, bet Dolsen and 
Belinda. G. 

Higgins J. J., wks JMcGraw & Co. 



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Uilcs Clias., wks McGraw & Co. 

Hill Clemou C, grocer, s s "Woodsiile uvo, bet Grant and Van 

Bnren, res same. (J. 
Hill llrs. Ellen M., boarding honse, w s Water, bet 34tli and 

35th. 3. 
Hill (icorge, cooper, s s 13tlj, bet Jeflferson and Fitzliugli. 7. 
Hill Isaac, office in town, res e s Van Bnren, bet 10th and 

11th. G. 
Hill John, bds Crampton House. 
Hill Miss Lesty (wid David), s e cor Williams and Jilst. 
Hill liobert, tei repairer, bds Mrs. A. S. Seeley. 
Hillbnrn lliram, cooper, bds Michael Clans. 
Hinchey Lonzo, sawyer, res Fraser, bet 13th and 14:th. 4. 
Iliude John L., molder, wks Baxter & Scully. 
Ilinde Livingston, molder, res e s JefF'n, bet 1st and Woodside 

avenue. 2. 
IIINE G. & BRO. (Gustavus and Theodore Hine), butchers, 

market s Water, bet 13th and l-lth. Sec advt. 
Hine Gustavus (G. Iline & Bro.), res over market, s Water, 

bet 13th and 14th. 4. 

Koch & Co.) Ocucsee St., oi>po.sitc Buiicroft Ilouse. 

Hine Theodore {(1. Hine &: Bro.), res ^Vash'n, bet 7th and 
8th. 4. 

Ilirkar Joseph, lab, bds John liroebster. 

Ilirstkin John, lab, bds J. A. Little. 

Hitchcock Joseph ]J. (Hitchcock & Ingraham), res s Centre, 
bet 4th and Gth. 

( Hitchcock (Hitchcock & Ingraham), res s side Centre, 

bet 4th and 5th. 3. 

Hitchcock P. B., ship-builder, bds Wolverton House. 

HITCHCOCK & INGRAHAM (Joseph II Hitchcock. 
Allan Ingraham), lumber, lath, and stave manuf'rs, mill 
and oflice n Water, foot 35th. Sec advt. 

Hocker Miss Mary, wks Solomon Day. 

llodgins John, lab, res n e cor IGth and Fitzhugh. 8. 

Uodgkins AYard, mason, res n w cor 0th and Adams. 3. 

Hodgson Horatio, printer, "Chronicle," bds Mrs. Clemens. 

Hoflman Frank, tailor, res s o cor Adams and Gth. 9. 

Hollman Henry, butcher, wks John Wald. 

Hogan Cornelius, lab, res w s Saginaw, bet 10th and 11th. :i. 

Hogan Miss Ellen, wks Henry 0. More. 

Hugiin Fancher S., tel opr, bds Cami)bcll House. 

Hogan Janu'S, cari)enter, res a s iJil, bet (Miase and Pendle- 
ton. 3. 

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482 BAY CITY DlUECTOllY. 



Ilogan John, cuvpeuter, bds James Ilogau. 

lIogG Iloury, lab, res e s "Washington, bet lOtli and 11th. 8. 

Hogcn Ellen, chambermaid, Henry C. ]\roore, bds same. 

Holbert James, sawyer, e side Frazer, bel 20tli and 21st. 2.. ■ 

Ilolchkiss Louis, Avorks Albert IMiller. 

Holland John, mechanic, res e s Farragut, bet 7th and 8tb. 5. 

Ilolly Frederick H., 2d engineer Holly water-works, res n e 

Barney, bet Johnston and Lincoln. 3. 
Holley AVilliam, Avks Albert ]\Iiller. 
Holmes George (Holmes, Haynes & Stoddard), res s w cor Gth 

and Sherman. 2. 
Holmes Henry, builder, w side No 200 Monroe, bet 4th and 

5th. 9. 
Holmes Miss Julia, bds G. Holmes. 
Holmes Joseph, wks Pitts & Cranage. 
Holmes Robert, mechanic, bds Cumberland House. 
Holmes Sidney T. (Holmes, Haynes & Stoddard), res car 6th 

and Sherman. 
HOLMES, HAYNES & STODDAKD, (Sidney T. Holmes, 

John Haynes, and John S. Stoddard), att'ys, office rooms 

12 and 13, AVatson blk. Water. 

Utile Jake & Co., ''Boss" Clotliier» of (lac Stale. 

Hood (Jeorge F., book-keeper Smith & AVliooler, res w s Adams, 

bet 7th and 8th. 0. • , . 

Hood Lucas, lab, works Smith & Wheeler. 
Hooker C. W., works Albert ^liller. 
Hooker Wesley, liler, IMiller's mill, res e s Water, bet 3;)d and 

34th. 2. 
Jlooper Arthur, finisher, works Parker & Lloyd, 
Hooper I'^edcrick, salesman, res lltli and Sheridan. 
Hooper James, upholster and tinisher, works Parker & Lloyd, 
flooper Joseph 11. (h), physician, otlice over 107 Griswold blk n 

Water, res cor 11th and Sheridan. 
Hoover F.^H., lumberman, bds Wolverton House. 
Hoover John, wks Pitts & Cranage. 

Hoover Josiah, jobber, n s 3d, bet Sherman and Farragut. 3. 
Hope James, bell boy Fraser House. 
Hopkins Edward (Hopkins, 'J'uttlo & (^o.), res e side Jackson, 

l)et 8th and 0th. 2. 
Hopkins Mr.>. Elizabeth (wid Daniel), res n w cor Wilson and 

20th. C. 
Hopkins James, wlvs I'itts iS:, Craniige. 
Hopkins AVilson (Hopkins. Tultle iS.- Co.). res e s .lackson, bet 

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Hopkins, Tuttlc & Co. (Edwartl L. Hopkins, AVilson S. Hopkins, 
Counsel "\V. Tuttlc), groceries, provisions, iluur, and feed, 
etc., s cor 11th and Water. 

IIoj)j) Charles, lab, bds William Uopp, wks K. Higgins. 

Ilopp William, lab, res e s Dolsen, bet Water and AVoodsido 
uvc. 11. 

Horrigan Edward, Avks Dolsou, Cliapiu & Bro. 

Horn William, lab, bds Cleorge Wanless. 

Horn William, M'ks Folsom & Arnold. 

Hornbrook Wm., machinist, e s Jefferson, bet 11th and 13th. 2. 

Horrigan Edward, wks Dolsen, Chapin & Bro, 

Ilorrigan John, wks Dolsen, Chapin & Bro. 

Horrigan , wks Dolsen, Chapin & Bro. 

Ilorten Miss Emma, telegrapher, bds H. H. Hatch. See advt. 

Ilorten Henry, lab, bds Washington House. 

Hose Vigilant Co. No. 2, av s Belinda, near Jiarney. 

Uotchkiss Benjamin D. E., engineer Archibald & Bradley's 
saw mill, res s c cor 1st and Madison, o. 

Uotchkiss Frederick, lab wks Braddick & Son, bds E. M. Hall. 

Uotchkiss George AV., manager ''Daily Tribune," office Cen- 
tre, res n e cor Grant and J3d. 4. 

Gciillcincn'ii Oullils at M. Jk II. Koch & Co's. 

Uotchkiss I. R, manager " Daily Tribune," Centre st., res n e 

cor Monroe and oth. 4. 
ITotchkiss William J., carpenter, res e s Broadway, bet 27th 

and 2Sth. 4. 
Howard Albert, carpenter, bds jMrs. Margaret Bathgait. 
Howard Alonzo H., foreman, res n side 22d, bet Inroad way and 

AVater. 10. 
Howard Edward, lab, wks Webster & Bros. 
Howard George, slii]) carpenter, e side AVilliams, bet 19th and 

20th. 4. 
Howe Edward, lab, bds Jonathan Smith. 
HoAvell Charles, M. D., phvsician, oflice over 118 n AValer, bd.s 

Globe Hotd. 
Howell Gideon, wks McGraw & Co. 
Howell Henry, lab, bds II. AVillian.s. 
Howell Joseph, lab, res cor 1st and Saginaw. 8. 
Hower («eorge AV'., lab, wks Shearer ds: Co. 
Howie ;Mat., bds Globe Hotel. 
Howie Nicholas, pail manuf'r, bds Eagle House. 
Ifown Hiram, wks I'ills & CIranage. 
Hoyt Wm. I*., ins agt, ollico new Munger blk, Saginaw, res o s 

Ji'Iferson, bi'l lOlb and Jllli. 5. 



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484 IJAY CITY DIRKC-'TOUY. 



llnbbard Miss (Iraee, teaclier 5th Ward school, bds Mr. I. H. 

Hill. 
Iluddelson John W., turner, res e s (J rant, bet Woodside ave 

and 1st. 4. 
Hudson Vohiey, wks Albert Miller. 
Jlnfl' Adam, fruit stand, w s AVater, bet 4th and 5th. 
lIufF Adam, dairyman, res s w cor 11th and Johnson. 5. 
JIufF I). L., book agt, res n s 12th, bet Farragut and Grant. C. 
Uufiiagel Mary, servant girl Gustavus Hine, bds same, 
riuiskans Cornelius, lab, n e cor 3d and Birney. G. 
Hughes Mrs. Maria (wid), boarding house, e s Williams, bet 

14th and 15th. 2. 
Hughes Mary, cook Globe Hotel. 
Hughes Sarah, cook Globe Hotel. 
Hugs Johu, lab, bds Ilobert Barlow. 
Hulbert Hezekiah B., dentist, room 1 AVatson blk, Water, foot 

Centre, res o s Monroe, bet Gth and 7th. 4. 
Hulbert H. B., dentist, olHce Nos. 1 and 2 Watson block, foot 

Centre, res e s Monroe, bet Gth and 7th. 
Hulet Calvin, carpenter, wks Phihmder M. Whipple. 
Hull Henry, lab, bds Crampton House. 

Patronize the "Boss" ClotUiorti, Little Jake & Co. 

Hull John, shoemaker J. Bedwood, bds same. 

llulse Peter, wks McGraw & ('o. 

Hunt James, >vks AVilliam Petor, res o s l-Vaser, bet IGth and" 
17lh. 5. 

Hurst Solomon AV. (col'd), barber L. N. Brazzelton, bds St. 
James restaurant. 

Hurts J., Avks Folsom & Arnold. 

Huskins Miss Catharine, home with Edward F. Verellen. 

-Huston Sam, wks McGraw & Co. 

Hutchinson Mrs. Jane (wid), Chas. Hutchinson, res e s How- 
ard, bet 23d and 24th. 4. 

Hutchinson AVarron N., book-keeper J^L AVatrous & Sons, res 8 e 
cor 23d and Howard. 

Huxterdam John, lab, res s c cor IGth and Sherman. 

Hyde John, barrister, res e s Adams, bet lOLli and 11th. 

Hyde ;Michael J., cooper, res n e cor 1 7th and JeiFerson. G. 

Hyde , cooper, s s IGth, bet Birney & Monroe. 4. 

Hyles Charles, lab, bds James A. Little. 

Hyman Abram, clothing store, e s Water, bet 4th and 5tb, res 
AVashington, cor 5th. ;{. 

Hyman ]{ichard, bds Afr.-i. ]\1. A. Brehmer. 



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logram Adam, cabinot-umker, n s 8th, bofc Adams aiul Wiish'n, 

res n s 8th, bet Jefferson and Madison. 
Ingraham Albert, mill owner, bds Astor House. 
Ingraham Allan (llitchcock & Ingraham), bds Astor House. 

Ingraham , painter, bds Wm. LeJieau. 

Ire! iloses, lab, bds, bds Joseph Cusson. 

Irwin J I. P., bds Capitol House. 

Irwin II., wks Folsom & Arnold. 

Irwin Wm., wks McGraw & Co. 

isabellc Pierre, lab, bds Charles Uacicot. ' 

I vie P., lab, bds John C avoid. 

Iziladar John, lab, w s Williams, bet l<!th and 17th. :>. 

J. 

.lackson Francis, lab, res n s 4th, bet (irant and Van liuren. 4. 
.lackson (Jurdon K. (Jaek^ou & Kose), res n w cnr Farragut 

and r)th. 3. 
.lackson Henry, bds Capitol House. 

Workin{;men'M Oiilfllt!) at Ifl. & II. Koili & Co'm. 



.lackson John IL, bajj^gageman l'\ & P. if. K'y, res s e cor 

^lonroc and od. '.*. 
.hickson Miss Jennie, wks Ziba (iraham. 
Jackson Thomas, lab, bds Taylor House. 
Jamisson Thomas, carpenter, e s Howard, bet ;ilst and tlZd. iJ. 
Jarmin James, oik Mung-er & Co., bds 508 14th. 
.Farmiu Miss Catharine, teacher 5th Ward school, bds Mrs. 

Jane Jarmin. 
Jay Charles A., prop'r Campbell House block, AVater. 
Jay Henry C, foreman, c s 3d, bet 28th and Fremont ave. 3. 
_ Jay Michael, r r contractor, res e s Saginaw, bet 4th and r)th. ,'). 

.Feancss Napolepu, lab, bds Stephen Vallier. 
.Feddiugs George, lab, bds Ogdensburg House. 
Jelly James, lab, wks Shearer & Co. 
.'elley James, Sr. and Jr., bds .1. Howell. 
Jelly John, lab, wks Shearer & Co. 
.lellus Joseph, lab, wks Smith & Wheeler. 
.Fennison Charles E., dealer in real estate, etc., office Water, 

opp (J lobe Hotel, res cor Centre and Washington. (!. 
.lenkins Miss Harriettc, wks Jamea F. Whitney. 
.Fenkins Joseph, musician, res n e cor 7tli and Saginaw. 3. 
JENKINS MRS. JOHN, Valley House, e s Saginaw, bet 

nth and 7th. See adv.-p index. S. 



486 BAY CITY DIllECTOllY. 

Jenkins AVilliam A., barber, sliop e s Water, bet Gth and 

Centre, bds Valley House. 
Jereau Ambrose, sawyer, res e s Madison, bet Gth and 7tb, 8. 
Jewell Miss Harriet A., millinery and dress making, o s 

Water, bet 4th and 5th, res same. 
Jewell T., carpenter, bds Jonathan 8mith. 
.Jewell AVilliam, (Jlobc Jiilliard Hal), s e cor 5th and Water, 

bds Metropolitan Kestaurant. 
Jinks William, cupola tender. Bay City iron works, res w s 

Madison, bet 1st and Woodside ave. 
Jinks William, molder, res ^^■ s ^Eadisou, bet 1st and AVood- 

side ave. Li. 
Jochen Albert, wks book-bindery office. 
Jock Francis, lab, bds Richard Champagne. 
Jock Vetal, lab, bds Hamlin House. 
Johns Gustavns, wks Albert Miller. 
Johnson Alexander M., res cor Centre and Trumbull. 0. 
Johnson Alexander, res e s Williams, bet 17th and 18th. 
Johnson A. M., carpenter, bds ^[artin Roche. 
Johnson Andrew, painter, res n s 32d, e of Broadway. 2. 
Johnson Archibald, lab, bds Samuel Johnson. 
Johnson Archie, lab, bds S. Johnson. 

I^iltlc Juke &, Co. Uiider!§ell Everybody. 

.Fohnson Archie, wks Cates & Fay, res e s Saginaw, bet Gth 
and 7tli. 

Johnson A. AV. (Johnson & Lewis), res Water, Bay City. 

Johnson Christopher, lab, res s s 4th, bet Trumbull and Pen- 
dleton. 5. 

Johnson Frederick, barber. Water, res e s Monroe, bet 3d and 
4th. 3. 

Johnson Frederick, bds Alexander Johnson. 

Johnson Henry, bds Crysto House. 

Johnson Henry, lab, bds John Cassel. 

Johnson Jwhn, lab, bds Samuel Johnson. 

Johnson John, lal), bdsS. Johnson. 

-Johnson John', lab, res e s Kossuth, nr McGraght mills. 3. 

Johnson Jolm ]{., tailor, s s 31st, bet Water and "id, res same. 7. 

Johnson John R., tailor, shop e s Water, bet 33d and 34th. 5. 

Johnson Jonas, lab, res s w cor Tjincoln ave and 14th. :i. 

Johnson John, wks (lutes <& Fay. 

Johnson Jose])h, lab, res s s 2i\, bet Jetr'n and Madison. 3. 

Johnson Joseph, sailor, res e s Ad.ims bet 2d and 3d. 3. 

Joluison Martin J., pilot, steamer '•' Mason," res over 109 u 
Water. 2. 



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Johusou Lonis, wks McGniw & Co. 

Jones j\Irs. Mathilda (wid W.), res n w cor x>8tli and . 4. 

Jolinson Mrs. Jane, lives Joseph Johnson, ^. 

Johnson IMrs. Mercy (wid Stephen), res s c cor Jeff'ii and 9th. 

Johnson Obediah, gentleman, s o cor iJd and Jeffn. 2. 

Johnson lioger, lab, bds S. Johnson. 

Johnson Samuel, lab, res e s Saginaw, het 6th and 7th. 5. 

Johnson Samuel, sawyer, rese s Saginaw, bet Gth and 7th. 4. 

Johnson Samuel, sawyer, w side Jefferson, bet 10th and 11th. 5. 

Jolinson Samuel, wks N^. U. liradley & ('o. 

Johnson Samuel, wks Gates & Fay, 

Johnson , engineer, bds Mrs, iM. Clover. 

JOHNSON & LEWIS, (A, W.Johnson and J. D, Lewis), 

groceries, provisions, and drugs, ess Water, bet 30th and 

31st, and w s s Water, bet 39th and 40th, 
Johnston James M., surveyor, res s e cor 5th and Jackson. 4 
Johnson Norman (firm Johnson & Crispin), res Centre. 
Johnston Norman, physician, office and res Centre, bet Grant 

and Van Buren. 2. 
Johnson & Crispin (Norman Johnson and Thomas Crispin), 

mauufactnrers of improved lath machinery, shop s s 7th, 

bet Adams and Jefferson. 

I^owcst Prices at M. A: If. Koch & Co's. 



JoUey John R, physician, res e s Bowery, bet IGth and 17th. 3- 

Jolloy J. S. (Scott & Jolley), res Bowery, i)et lUth and 17th. 3. 

Jors ChrisLophor, works VVebstor & Bro. 

Jones James, lab, bds Cumberland House. 

Jones Joseph, seaman, n side 3d, bet Adams and Jeflerson. 4. 

Jones Henry, clerk l\ Eistwood, res Water, hot 9th and 10th. 

Jones 11. N., proprietor ('umberland llouoo. Water, bet 1st and 

rid. 4. 
.Tones Miss Sarah, wks Charles Braddock. 
Jones AVilliam, lab, bds Corey House. 
Jonette Joseph, wks Pitts & Cranage. 
Jordan William, lab, ros ess AVater. 5. 
Joslin Joseph AVilliam, lab, wks M. Watrous & Sons. 
Josslin William, lab, bds AVilliam Ilalph. 
Joy Michael, lab, res e s Saginaw, bet 4th and 5th. 3. 
Joyce Michael, Avks AVhipple Parmeley & Co., res w s 3d, bet s 

('enter and 35th. :i. 
Joyce IMio., wks Whipple, I'armeley & Co., bds John Carroll. 
Judd H. S., wks McGraw & Co. ^ 
.[udge John, wks W. Ward, bds Mrs. Julia Leonard, 
Judson John S,, res cor Centre and Sherman, 5. 



488 BAY CITY DIKECTORY. 



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Kaalay August, lub, bds lioutreur House. 

Kacler George, lab, bds AVilliani Kobcrtson. 

Kadli Charles, lab e s Monroe, bet lOtli and lltli. 4. 

Kaichen Samuel, M'holosale liquors and tobacco, 334 u Water, 
Campbell House blk, opp Wolvertou House, res s s 13th, 
bet Van Burcn and Jackson. G. 

Kaesemeyer Theodore, meat market, e s Water, cor 16th, res 
same. <». 

Kain Timothy, lab, avs Madison, bet 11th and 12th. 1. 

Kaiser August, lumber merchant, res No. 1003 cor Centre aud 
Grant. 5. 

Kaiser Charles, machinist Smalley Bros. & Lewis, bds P. Gruel. 

Kaizer Moritz, saloon propr, ress w cor 2d aud Grant, o. 

Kaiser & Nestle (Moritz Kaiser, John G. Nestle), prop Steam- 
boat Saloou and restaurant. Bridge blk, 3d. 

Kalblleisch Edwin A., elk T. Kimball. 

Kalbtleisch L. A., elk Kimball, bds Jacob D. Eaton. 

Kallies Christopher, lab, res n w cor 12th and Madison. 7. 

Kallis .lohn, lab, c s Jackson, bet 10th and 11th. G. 

One EVicc to all tit IJttIc Jake & €o'«. 

Kalm jMiss Anna, wks N. B. Bradley. 
Kalmos A., lab, wka AVebster & Bros. 
Kamnunv Ijowi.-!, grocer, w s 10th, bet Jackson and Van 

Buren. 2. 
Ivamm I^Iiss Annie, servant girl, N. J>. Bradley, bds same. 
Kane James, bds Forest City House. 
Kane John, bds Forest City House. 
Kane ^liss Anna, tailoress, bds W. Sullivan. 
Karkan Fred, wks Albert Miller. 
Karkan Gustavus, vvks Albert Miller, 
fCarkan William, vvks Albert [Miller. 

Kassanc J)eHui.s, vvks AVebster & Bro., bds William J. Daniels. 
Katell R, Avks McGraw & Co. 
Katell P., wks McGraw & Co. 
Kaufmann F., wks ]''olsoni &, Arnold. 
Kaulin Daniel, lab, bds M. S. Meagher. 
Kaziack Jacob, lab, e s Van Buren and 1 ] th. 1. 
Kead William, wks Barber & Chapin. 
Kealcy ]|.ichard,agt W. I'Vatherly, res o s Saginaw, bet Ith aud 

5 th. 5. 
Kealy Kichard, stave culler, res e a Saginaw, bet 4th and r)th. 3. 
Kealy Thomas, lab, res e s Williams, bet 21st and 22d. 3. 



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Keaup Michael, lab, bds J. A. Little. 

Kcan John, blacksmith, Chapiu & Barber. 

Kcauy AVm., boarding liouae, 117 Adanjs. o. 

Kearney Pat, wks ]\IcClraw & Co. 

Keating Patrick, lab, wks Mrs. Matilda McCormic. 

Kedish Jacob, lab, res w s .Saginaw, bet 9th and 10th. 5. 

Keen Robert, wks Johnson & Crispin, bda William Keen. 

Keheo Capt. James G., ship owner, bds Wolverton House. 

Kehoc James, cai)t b'go "11. & ({,.*' res w s Van Bnreu, bet M 

and 4th. 4. 
Keidel Mrs. liarbara (wid (Jeorge), res o s .Madison, bet 2d and 
f 3d. 3. 

Kith Alfred, engineer, res s ^v cor 4th and Van lUiren. 5. 
Keith John, grocer, w s Monroe, bet VVoodside ave and 1st, res 

w B Monroe, between \Vi)odsido ave and 1st. 
Keith John, res s s Campbell, near Sheridan. 
Keith AV^illiam (Brewster & Keith), res w s Grant, bet Gthand 

7th. -1. 
Keller Henry, carpenter, res os Broadway, bet ;50th and.'Ust. !). 
Keller John, lab, bds M. Hayes. 
Kelley John, elk E. J. Drake & Sou. f 

Only one Price at M. & II. Koeli & €o'». 

Kelley John, wks Dolsen, Chapin i!^' IJro., res 1)et Mercer and 

Water, c of Dolsen. 5. 
Kelley Michael, bds Ontario Hotel. 
Kelley Patrick, lab, bds liobert liarlow. 
Kelly Iv. 1).. elk, bds Wolverton House. 

Kelly Thos., prop'r 8t. Lawrence House, Kossuth, nr cor 1st. G. 
Kelley T. J. (Kelley & Co.), res cor 13th and Van Buren. 8. 
Kelley Wm. M., grocery and saloon, Bridge blk, n w cor 3d and 

AVater, res 403 ii Adams. 
Kelley William ^f., ship owner, res av s Adams, bet 2d and 

3d. 3. 
Kelley &, Co. (1\ J. Kelley, Sam. Kitchen), wholesale and retail 

liquors and tobacco, 139 (Jentre, bank block. 
Kelly John, laborer, lab, bds International Hotel. 
Kelly Kev. John, ]\Iethodist Episcopal denomination, res 

Washington, bet 4th and 5th. 3. 
Kelly Robert, printer, bds Wolverton House. 
Kellogg Edward F„ salesman, bds Wolverton House. 
Kellogg Joseph, foremrgi Peters, s c cor IGth and Williams. 4, 
Kellogg Joseph, foreman N. B. Bradley &, Co. 
Kellogg 0. K., liler, bds Cumberland House. 
Kellogg William, filer, works Shearer & Co. 
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490 HAY CITY DIUECTOiiy. 



Kells Noble, lab, bds Joseph Turner, 

Kelsey W. A., agent A. E. Co., res Jackson, bet 4th and 5th. 3. 

Kelscy William A., express ag't, res 209 w s Jackson, bet 4th 

and 5th. 3. 
Kelson Peter, lab, res w s Jackson, bet 2d and 3d. 2. 
Kellum Geo. AV. (A. Van Jfeter & Co.), res Water, s e cor 24tb. 
Kelley Rev. John, Methodist, 210 AVashington. 3. 
Kelley Thomas J., liquor-store, (Kelley & Kitchen), res s w 

cor 13th and Van Buren. 7. 
Kemi)Ler tJottleib R, engineer Miller & Son's mill, bds G. T. 

Kempter. 
KEMPTER GOTTLEIB T., baker, e s s AVater, bet Slst 

and 32d, res same. G. 
Kendall Christopher, lireman, bds J. Dugra. 
Kenneday Christopher, fireman Shearer & Co. 
Kennedy Daniel J., prop'r Astor House, n w cor South Oenti'e 

and South Water. 3. 
Kennedy James, lab, s e cor 15th and Lincoln ave. 2. 
Kennedy ]\Iiss Mary, Avks Ed, Wood. 
Kennedy Miss May, works Theophilus Demaux. 
Kenney Miss Mary, home with James Sliearer. 
Kinney Michael, lab, works Isaac Marston. 

Larg:c»)t Stock in tlic Sfnlc at Little Jake's. 

Kenney Thomas, meat market, s s Campbell, res same. 

Kent Mrs. ]k[argarct (wid. James), res ss 15th, bet Sheridau 
and Sherman. 4. 

Kent Orion T., elk, J. E. AVhitney, bds parents. 

Kent AVilliam, engineer, bds Mrs. M. Clover. 

Kerkan Frederick, lab, bds Corey House. 

Kerkan AVilliam, lab, bds Corey House. 

Kermille August, lab, bds Richard Champagne. 

Kermille John, lab, bds Richard Champagne. 

Kernstock Miss Elizabeth, wks 8. G. M. Gates. 

Kerr Capt, ^., propr ferry boat, bds AVolverton House. 

Ketchesou Wm., trimmer, res ss 38th, bet 3d and 4tii. 4. 

Kensler John, lab, bds Martin Roche. 

Keustusch Andrew, lab, res w s Williams, bet 17th and 18th. 5. 

Kias Augusta L., 11 rm J. 0. Woolson & Co., grocers, res Wil- 
liams, bet IGth and 17th. 2. 

Kies Etlgar, grocer, res e s Williams, bet IGth and 17tli. 2. 

Kiese H. R., wks AIcGraw & Co. 2. . 

Kildiiir James, elk, bds John Kildulf. 

Kilduir John, Jr., li(iaor dealer, near 3d street bridge, rooms 
irame. 



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Kilduff John, Sr., street commissioner, res s w cor 8th and 

^lonroe. 5. 
Kilduff Michael (M. & J. Kilduff), liquor dealer, res s s 8th, 

bet Madison and Monroe. 4. 
Kilduff Miss Belenda, home with Edward O'Connor. 
Kilduff Patrick, grocer, e s Water, bet Gth and 7th. 
Kilduff Patrick, ship-owner, res n e cor 8th and Saginaw. G. 
Kilduff AVm., book-keeper, bds Michael Kilduff. 
Kilts John, wks McGraw & Co. 
Kimball C, wks Folsoni & Arnold. 
Kimball Thomas Jr., hatter and gent's goods, cor Center and 

Water, bds Fraser House. 
Kimberly W. L., associate editor " Chronicle," bds Fraser 

House. 
Kimley Saul, carpenter, e side AVilliams, bet .'21st and y^d. 3. 
Kincade F., wks Chapin & liarber. 
King Abraham, sailor, res s e cor 3lst and Williams. 2. 
King Albert, lab, res s e cor 31st and Williams. 2. 
King Albert, lab, res s s 31st bet o s Broadway. 1. 
King Chere,,iab, bds Joseph Cusson. 
King Frederick, collector tug " llaight," bds Delmonico lies- 

taurant. 

The CJrcat Popular Clutliiug lioui^c of Koch &, Co. 

King Fred., lab, bds Wolsky House. 

King George, lab, res e s Williams, bet lUth and 17th. 3. 

King George Jr., Captain tug " Haight,"' bds Delmonico Res- 
taurant. 

King Henry W., salesman Bancroft «& Co., bds Isaac Knapp. 

King Henry, lab, n s 31st, e of R. R. crossing. 4. 

King Hiram, foreman liarber & Chapin, res s e cor Belinda 
and Water. 4. 

King Joseph, wks Barber & Chapin. 

King Matliew, lab, bds Albert King. 

King Miss HatCie, bds W. Jinks. 

King Oliver, Avks Chnpiu & Barber, res s s Fitgerald. e ol' 
Johnson. 5. 

King AVilliam, tailor, res n w cor 9th and Monroe. 0. 

Kingsley Ernest lab, bds James A. Jjittle, 

Kmgston Paul, wholesale licpior store, e s Water, bet 13th and 
14th, res same. )t. 

Kinna liyron, cooper, n w cor Water and 40th. 4 

Kinney Don V., book-keeper, H. Richards, bds parents. 

Kinney John, lab, res w s Sheridan, cor 1,5th. 4. 

Kinney Orrin, farmer, res n s s Centre, nr corporation line. U. 



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Kinuucan John, engineer, bds Mrs. I^I. Clover. 

Kinsley P., wks ]\IcGraw & Co. 

Kinyon Frank, blacksmith, bds Cumberland Ilouse. 

Kirby John, lab, res s e cor ^"^d and Howard. 2. 

Kirchner Hermann, lub, wks Chapin & Barber. 

Kirk Joseph T., Star Steam Boiler Works, shop ^Yator, hot 

11th and 12th, res cor 18th and Howard. 5. 
Kirk Joseph T., boiler-smith, res n c cor 18tli and Howard. 5. 
Kise A. E., dealer in •groceries and provi.sions, res Williams, hot 

IGth and 17th. 
Kiser Adam, cooper, wks Webster it- Bros. 
Kittle Mrs. Elizabeth, res w s Marsac, bet 2-lth and 25th. 5. 
KITTKEDGE MILTON H., boots and shoes, e s Water, 

bet 5th and Centre, bds Eraser House. 
Klain John B., bookkeeper, res n s Campbell, bet Sheridan 

and Seymour ave. 2. 

Klanu , res e s Farragut, bet 13th and 14tli. 

Kline Andrew, lab, res c s 'M. 2. 

Klengbcrg John, propr Orchestral Music Hall saloon, u s 3d, 

bet Saginaw and Water, res up stairs. 2. 
Klipple Wni., wks I^IcGraw & ('o, 

\o Bantering ni ILittIo Jake':*. 

Kloon James, wks Pitts ct Cranage. 

Klumph Cyrus C, mechanic, res s s Fitzgerald, nr Sheridan. 5 

Klunk Cyrus, machinest. Bay City Novelty works. 

Klusattel Ambrose, elk, Wetlicreil & Hage, res Monroe, bet 
3d and 4th. 

Knack Henry, lab, bds M. Dubois. 

Knaggs J. W., ins agt, res s c cor Grant and i>th. 2. 

Knaggs M., wks N. Ji. Bradley & Co. 

Knapp A. K., bds Barclay House. 

Knapp James, liead sawyer, wks Whipple, Parmeley & Co. 

Knapp John, wks Folsom & Arnold, res w s Lincoln ave, nr 
Fitzgerald. 7. 

Knapp Miss Alice, wks Mrs. E. M. Hill. 

Knapp ;Mrs. Louise (wid Charles), bds Wm. LeBeau. 

Knapp AVilliam, mechanic, Smith & Wheeler, res s w cor Far- 
ragut aud 3d. 4. 

Knickerbocker Bev. Chauncey W.. Universalist minister, res 
n w cor 8th ami Wash'n. (i. 

Knickerbocker Frank H., wks '' Bay City Tribune." 

Knickerbocker Z. Smilli, studeut-at-law. bds C. W. Knickor- 
bocker. 



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HAY CITY DlUliCTOKT. 493 

Knoblaucli Jacob (Lesler & Knoblauch), res e 8 Matllson, bet 

2d and 3d. 10. 
Kuoblaugh Miss Catharine, Avks J. F. Ilotchkiss. 
Knodal Peter, sawyer, Folsoni & Arnold, res n s Campbell, nr 

Lincoln ave. G. 
Knoles J., lab, bds Jonathan Smith. 
Knowlton Freland C, fireman, res n s 'i2d, bet Broadway and 

Wilson. 3. 
Koehan John, wks McGraw & Co. 
Kokan John, lab, wks Shearer & Co. 
Koth Henry, wks John McEwau. 

Krause Frederick, grocer, s w cor 11th and Jackson, res same. o. 
Krauss Catharine, wks Peter L. Rogers. 
Krets John, lab, res n w cor 35th and s Water. 2. 
Kriser Michael, carp, res w 8 Sherman, bet 3d and ith. 'i. 
Krite John, carp, res s e cor Lincoln and Barney. 
Kroencke Edward, book-binder, etc., bindery with the '• Bay 

City Zeitung," oilice Centre, res n s 13th, bet Grant and 

Farragut. 
Kropp Gustave, lab, bds C. Syamanu. 
Kronse Emma, dining room girl, Anscomb House, bds same. 



Only one Price at Iff. A: XI. Koch & Co'n. 

Krug Frederick, lab, res n e cor 17tli and Williams. 0. 
Kubach Godfrey, coppersmith, res n AV'ater. 
Kuehn William, lab, bds William Kuehn. 
Kuehn William, lab, res n c cor Farragut and 3d. 3. 
Kuestcr George, carp, res n w cor Jefl'erson and 7th. G. 
Kuhndiger Eva, Avks J. W. McLennan. 
Kuhn Nicholas, lab, s s 11th, bet Van Bnreu and Grant. G. 
Kulcer Miss Christina, wks Golden Eagle Hotel. 
Kulcer Miss Amelia, wks Golden Eagle Hotel. 
Kuler Frederick, lab, res e s Farragut, bet IGth and 17th. 3. 
Kuler Frederick, Jr., lab, bds F. Kuler. 
Kuler John, lab, res s w cor IGth and Farragut. 3. 
Kulkein Michael, bds Forest City House. 
Kulow Miss Lena, home with Charles E. Jennison. 
Kulstolf Charles, lab, bds C. Mcwes. 
Kundiuger Miss Piker, wks Otto Feyerabend. 
j7* Kunsen Philip, lab, bds John Johnson. 

Kunley Christopher, res e s Wash'n, bet 10th and 11th. 3. 
Kurtcrock AVilliam, saloon, bds Mrs. Josephine Emrich. 
KURZllOllK WILLIAM, propr Frankhn Saloon, base- 
ment Simon blk, 109 Centre, bds Emerich or Emery. 



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L. 

Ijabadie Georpje, lab, res w s F. & P. JI. K. li., bet 13tli aud 

14th. 
Labadie Joseph (i., sawyer, res s s Campbell, bet Lincoln and 

. 3. 

Labadie Oliver, lab, res w s R & P. ISL II. 11., bet 13th and 

14th. 4. 
Labbee Thomas, lab, "wks "William Peter. 
Labclle Joseph, Avks J. ifcEwan. 
Labes Alexander, lab, bds C. ]\Iewes. 
Labine John, wks IMcGraw & Co. 
JjaBoule Pierre, wks Pitts & Cranage. 
LaBute J., lab, wks Shearer & Co. 
Lacey llichard, wks A. McDonnell. 
LaCiair Francis, propr Ogdeusbnrg House, s s Campbell, o of 

Lincoln. 4. 
Lachaus Samuel, lab, bds Montreal Ilouse. 
Laconib Frederick, lab, res s s Fitzgerald, o of Belinda. 4. 
Lacost Frank, engineer, bds ^Mrs. E. Striker. 
Lacy Muthew, wks Braddick & Sons. 

liitcrvie^v the "Boss" Clotliiers, Little Jake &■ Co. 

Ladd Miss Laura, home with Baldwin W. Harvey. 

Ladd Urbane A., cooper, res w s Saginaw, bet lOtli and 11th. 3. 

Laden Ilenrj, bds John Norgong. 

Ladoueeur , lab, bds 1). Kaby. 

Laet/. Cliarles, elk, E. Frank, bds (I. Laelz. 

Laetz Jacob, wks book binding office. 

Laflrey John, wks Pitts & Cranage, 

Laflour Alfred, lab, bds B. Lallenr. 

Lafleur Anthime, lab, bds B. Lallenr. 

Laileur Basile, lab, w s Howard, bet 19th and 20th. 3. 

Lafleur Damase, lab, bds B. Lafleur. 

Lafleur Edouard, lab, bds B. Lafleur. 

Lafleur Jerry, lab, bds B. Lafleui-. 

Lafontaine Eugenie, wks Denis Kivet. 

La forge Ca3sar, wks jMcCiraw & Co. 

LaForge James (Chapman & LaForge) bds Globe Hotel. 

Lalorge , lab, btls P. Williams. 

Lafountain Frederick, wlcs Barber & Chapin, res e s Dolsen, nr 

Water. 4. 
IjaFouiitain J«hii, lab, res c s Johnson, n of Campbell. V. 

Lafountain , lab, res s w cor Campbell and ijincolu. Tt. 

Lafranco I'ierrc, blaekKmilb, wks l'\ LafiancL-, bds .sann.'. 



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405 



liifrancc Francois, hlacksiiiith, ros u side 18(h, hot "Water and 

Bowery. 1). 
Uhoue Lewis, lab, bds Jiichard Chanipa<rne. 
Laiiip^ James ]\r., foreman, res ii f^ide IStli, bel Howard and 

Williams, a. 
fialonde Charles, lab, res n w 18th and Fitzlingh. '). 
Ijiilonde David, wks Pitts & Cranage. 
Lalondc Edward, wks Pitts & C'ranage. 
lialonde Francois, wks Pitts & Cranage. 
La^farre Alexander, .sawyer, N. B. Bradley. 
LaMarre A'^oyair, bds Montreal House. 
Lambardeau Leon, lab, bds Joseph Cusson. 
liunibert Herman, wks McGraw & Co. 
Lambert John, produce dealer, res w s Adams, bet 10th and 

nth. 5. 
Lambert Aliss Ellen, bds J. Kcdmond. 
Lambrcch Julius, wks Albert Miller. 
Lambrecht Carl, shoemaker, shop and res n s 3()th, bet 2d and 

3d. -1. 
Lamb Peter, lab, bds James A. Little. 
Lamontague Pierre, shoemaker, res o s Adams, cor Uth. 2. 



M. *; Bl. Koch &. Co. arc the Cilrcal I'o|Kihir ClothicrM. 

Lament lAfathew, carpenter, shop w s Adams, bet 11th and 
12th, res s e cor nth and Washington. 5. 

fjamoser John, blind, lives John l-'rond. 

Lamothe , bds C'. Kaby. 

Landeau Edward, wk.s Pitls & Cranage. 

Landing Albert, lab, bds Luther Siade. 

Landon Henry B., i)hysician, oHice Water, over llaskin & 
Spencer, Union blk, res s w cor r)th and JelTerson. o. 

Landry John, lab, bds \l. Cansley. 

Landry Theophile, lab, bds :Miss A. Clontier. 

Lane Charles D., res w s Hherman. bet 2d and od. 3. 

Lane Peter, wks 3IcGraw & Co. 

LaNemitz Pauline, wks A. Millej-. 

Lanford Ceorge, circular sawyej-, n s i;Jth, bet ,Jctlerson and 
Adams. 4. 

Langevin Dominick, elk, bds Wolverton House. 

Lang -Mary, chambermaid, Ansconib House. 

Lang JMirfs Annie, Avks William M. Dcvenport. 

Langmayer John, bar-tender K. Prank, bds E. Frank. 

Langworthy Daniel A., dealer in dry goods, carpets, elc, Cen- 
tre, res Centre and Johnson. 

fjankneau Frederick, school teacher, e s (irant, l)ct 5th and 
Centre. ">. 



490 BAY CITY DIKECTOUY. 



Lankuau F. W., editor '• Bay City Zeitinig." 

Laphaii Benjamin, lab, wks Webster & Bros. 

Langdon Mrs. Diana (wid, Aber. J.), e s jMary Ann, bet 24th 

and 25tli. 4. 
Lapham William P., lumber inspector, bds Eraser House. 
JjaPierre Frank, lab, bds ]\Irs. C."Taitte. 
Lapierre Peter, lab, bds Charles Wood. 
Laplante David, wks Pitts & Cranage, 
fiaplante Emmanuel, lab, res w s Jelt'erson, bet 1st and Woodside 

ave. 2. 
Laplante Jeremia, lab, e s Howard, bet lOtli and yotli. 6. 
Laplante ^[., wks Pitts and Cranage. 
Laplatte Paul, lab, bds llichard Champagne. 
Laporte Joseph, blacksmith, bds Joseph Cnsson. 
Laporte Narcisse, l)lacksmith, res Woodside ave, e of Johnson. 3. 
Laporte Nelson, blacksmith, Kivet Bros., res s s Woodside ave. 3. 

Lappin , patternmaker, bds C, M. Prescott. 

Lappris John, Avks Pitts & Cranage, res w s Jeft'erson, u of 

Woodside ave. 7. 
Lashbrooks Edwin, engineer Dolsen, Chapin & Bro., res o & 

Belinda, bet ^Mercer and Water. 3. 

S.ittlc Jake A: Co., ^Vi»tiicr Block, 

Lashomp S., wks Dolsen, Chapin & Bro. 

Larkin (riirden C, cooper, res e s Dolsen, nr AVater. G. 

Larkiu John, lub, bds Corey House. 

Larkins ^Micluiel, liremou Wm. IVtcr, res n wcor Farragufcand 
12th. (J. 

Larkum ^Frs. Emeline, wid, res n w cor 2jth and Wilson. 3. 

Larocque Fulix, lab, res u w cor Woodside ave and Water. 

Ijarnbe Samuel, lab, "wks Shearer & Co. 

LaRue Napoleon, lab, wks Shearer & Co. 

Late George, niglit-watch Gates & Fay, res e s Saginaw, bet 
Gth and 7th. 5. 

Latlirin II.,, wks Dolsen, Chajjin & Bro. 

Latreille Thos., shoemaker, res e s Eraser, bet 20th andSlst 0. 

Lauber George, lab, bds Stanstead. 

Laudin Ciiri&topher, lab, bds Francis Dorian. 

Laughlin Joseph, elk, bds Cumberland House. 

Laughlin ^lichael, engineer, bds Mis. J. Leonard. 

Laundiy Dennis, lab, bds AVolskey House. 

Lauter Julius, bricklayer, res n s -1th, bet Trumbull and Pen- 
dleton. 2. 

Lauzon , bds C. Kaby. 

Lava Oscar, machinist, Smalley Bros, tit licwis, bds Mrs. llariu 
Hughes. 



BAY CITY DIUECTOUY. 497 



Lavuc Victor, \vks McGraw & Oo. 

Liiwc Diiiikl »., lab, ivs ii s ,'{3(1, o F. & 1». M. K. K. x>. 

I.aw tieorge, cllc, bils Wolvorton House. 

liiiwis Daniel, wks M, AVatrons & Sons. 

Lawior Michael, brick mason, res e s Jackson, bet 6fch and 

7th. 4. 
Lawrence Eugene, lab, res s s 3cl, bot Jeff'n and Madison. 2. 
Lawrence John, carp(;nter, res e s Saginaw, bet 1st and 2d. 4. 
Lawrence John, carpenter, res w s j\Ionroe, bet 7th and 8th. 3. 
Layman Charles, wks Albert Miller. 
Lazendy Edward, sawyer Wm. Peter, s s 11th, bet Madison 

and Monroe. 3. 
Lazendy Joseph, lab, bds E. Lazendy. 
Lazendy Eichard, lab, res s Av cor Monroe and 11th. 2. 
Leanord Arvey, teamster, res s s 40th, nr Kossuth. 2. 
r^ears Joseph, wks Albert Miller. 
Lcary John, wks Gates & Fay, bds John Osborn. 
JiCary John, laborer, bds Mrs. J. Leonard. 
Leaver Hiram, lab. e s 4th, bet 39th and 40th. 
Leaver F., wks McGraw & Co. 
Leaver Peter, lab, bds H. Leaver. 



Koch &, Co., Oencttec St., opposite Buiicroflt House. 

Leavens Mrs. Mary J., wid Gilbert L., res s 8 Water, bet John- 
son and Lincoln. 9. 

Leaver Wm. Henry, lab, bds II. Leaver. 

LeBeau William, boarding house llo s Adams. 2. 

LebefF John, lab, res s s-18th. 

LeBoeuf John, lab, s s 18th, bet Fitzhugh. 9. 

Lecompte Jean, carp, e s 3d, bet 38th and 39th. 3. 

Leduc Charles, lab, n w cor 2d and 28th and 29th. 4. 

Lee Albert, carp, res n e cor Bowery and 14th. 2. 

Lee Francis, painter (carriage), bds Anscornb Honse. 

Lee Frank, painter, bds Anscornb House. 

Lee Frank, room over 111 Centre. 

Lee James McC, res s s s Centre, bet 4th and 5th. 4. 

Lee James W., book-keeper, Folsora & Arnold, res n s Water, 

bet Belinda and Johnson. 
Lee John, lab, bds Mrs. Eliza Lee. 
Lee Mathew, lab, bds Cumberland House. 
Lee Mrs. Eliza (wid John), res n e cor Bowery and 14th. 8. 
Lvc Robert W., lab bds 'i'aylor Hous-o. 
Lva 'i'honias, lab, bds Cuml)erland House. 
Lefay Henry, wks Albert Miller. 

Leil'vrc; Francis, saloon-kec|)er, e s Saginaw, bet Ist and 2d. 6. 
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498 BAY CITY DIRECTORY. 

Lefebvre St. Luc, lab, n s 40th, bet 2d and 3d. 4. ' ;. 

Lefort Bertha, lab, bds Jose])li Cusson. i 

Lefort Joseph, lab, bds Jus. Valliere. .^.1^ 

Lefort Mederic, lab, bds J. Valliere. ' • ,^ 

Lefrancois Adolph, lab, res e s Adams, bet "Water and Wood- 
side ave. 3. 

Le^ros Norbert, tinner, bds E. Rabideaux. , 

Leilc Christian, machinist. Bay City Iron Works, bds W. Kin- 
ney, Adams. , 

Lindsay John, engineer, res AVashington, bet 10th and 11th. 2. 

Leiter George, wks Gates & Fay. 

Leith lienry, elk, bds AVolverton House. 

Leitii William, painter, shop e s Saginaw, bet 5th and Centre, 
bds Dan Campbell, res Hunger block. See adv. 

Leland Reuben, banker, bds Fraser House. ; 

Leleoss Ezra, shoemaker J. Redmond, bds J. Redmond. 

Lellond Francis, lab, res w s Jeffersoi?, bet Woodside and 
Water. 2. 

Lelonde Stephen, lab, bds J. Jeon. 

Lemay Paul, circular sawyer, e s Fraser, bet 12tli and 13th. 9. 

Little Jake & Co., "-Bosti" Clothiers of tlte State. 

LeMeitz Frederick, brakeman, bds Mrs. M. Clover. 

Lemire Alex L., sawyer, s w cor 1-ith and Birney. 5. 

Lemma Benjamin, hoop manufacturer, res e s Farragut, b,et 
3d and 4ih. 3. 

Lemon Curtis, engineer, bds 0. Durand. 

Leolller George T., restaurant Centre, res w s Monroe, bet 8th 
and 9th. 3. 

Leonard Charles A., lab, e s Broadway, bet 19th and 20th. 3. 

Leonard Edward, engineer, res s e cor Marsac and 25th. 2. 

Leonard James, baggage-wagon driver, wks Green & Dingman. 

Leonard James, wks Green & Dingman, bds mother. 

Leonard John, driver, Green & Dingman, bds Mrs. Julia 
Leonard. 

Leonard John E., engineer, res s e cor 25th and Marsac. 2. 

Lennard Julius, res s s 30th, bet 7th and 8th. 4. 

Leonard Mrs. Ellen, lives J. C. Pusey. 

Leonard Mrs. Julia (wid Patrick), boarding-house, Washing- 
ton, bet 7th and 8th. 7. 

Lennon Miss Kate A., bds John McDermott. 

Lennox Miss Rfbecca, tailoress, l)cls M. Kilduff. 

Lepez Ernst, boardiiig-huuse, res e s Jackson, bet 2d and 3d. 4. 

LiKora Michael, hib, works William Peter. 

Leroux Fnincois, suit-packer, res o side Fraser, bet 18th and 
19th. 10. 



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499 



Leronx Joseph P., firm Schott & Co., res over store. 

lit'scr Jacob, carpenter, bds Forest City House. 

fx'ser Jacob, firm Leser & Knoblauch, bds Forest City House. 

LKSEll & KNOBLAUCH (Jacob Leser and Jacob Kuob- 

lauch), contractors and builders, ollice n- s Adams, bet 

7tb and 8th. 
liOsley John, wks Whipple, Parmeley & Co., bds Corey House. 

r/Etang , bds C. Raby. 

fiCvara Miss Paulina, wks B. S. Meisel. 

Levasseur C, wks Pitts & Cranage. 

Levell Philip, lab, bds Crampton House. 

[jcvenduskee Joseph, wks McGraw & Co. 

Levens "William, lab, e side Van Buren, bet 1st and Woodside 

avenue. 2. 
Levy Joseph J., salesman, A. Hyman, res w s Saginaw, bet 

Gth and 7th. C. 
Ijewis Charles E. (Smalley Bros. & Lewis), res AVashington, bet 

10th and 11th. 2. 
fjcwis Charles E. (Smalley Bros. & Lewis), res e s "Wash'n, 

bet 10th and 11th. 2. 

M. & II. Koch & Co., the Clothiers. 

LcAvis George, Pres. Savings Bank, AVater, res n e cor 2-lth and 
Harrison. G. 

Lewis Grim n, foreman news-room "Tribune," res e 8 Farra- 
gut, bet Gth and 7th. 3. 

liOwis James C, caipenter, res o s "Wilson, bet 30tli and Fre- 
mont ave, 3. 

Lewis James, lab, bds J. A. Little. 

Lewis John D. (Johnson & Lewis), res Bay City, 

Lewis Wm. E., lumber inspector. 

Lewis William, lab, e s Grant, bet 1st and 2d. 3. 

Lewis Marvin, car repairer, res s s 1st, bet Barney and John- 
son. 3. 

Lews Miss Mina, bds Amond Bartlenk. 

Lewis ISfrs. Annie, home with George W. Parson.s. 

Libara John, lab, res s 33d. 4. 

[jibenthal John, lab, s e cor Van Buren and 2d. 2. 

Light Antony, lab, res s w cor 12th and Saginaw. 4. 

Like James E., boiler-maker, wks n end of Annie, bet Water 
and Campbell, res n s 1st, e of Johnson. G. 

Lillotte Theodore, res n w cor Gth and Johnson. 4. 

Ijimoges J<]uclid, lab, bds 0. Grondin. 

Like Morris W., lab, bds J. E. Like. 

Limontague Peter, shoemaker J. Redmond, res cor 9th and 
Ailams. 2. 



500 liAY CITY DIRECTORY. 



Lincoln George, intelligence office, res ws3d, bet Johnson and 

Barney. 4. 
Linet T., wks Gates & Fay. ^'^ 

Lindsey John, machinist, e s Washington, bet 10th and lltb. i8.- 
Lintner Ernst, carp, res n e cor 12th and Carney. 2. 
Liscomb George, wks Albert Miller. 

Liscomb Mrs. Eliza, , res n w cor Broadway and Slst. 4. . 

Littauer S. & Co. (Samuel Littaner and James M. Walker), w-» 

Avines, liquors, and cigars, e s Water, bet 4th and 5th, 

McEwan blk. 
Littauer Samuel (S. Littauer & Co.) res e s Monroe, bet 3d and 

4th. G. 
Little Albert, wks McGraw & Co. ''-if 

Little Jacob IL, e s Van Buren, bet 5th and Centre. 3. 
Little Jake & Co. (Jacob Seligman, Elisha P. Grow, Dewitt 

W. Grow), w s AVater, bet 4th and 5th. 
Little James A., boarding house, head of Water. 8. ''" 

Livermore Henry, carp, res s s 3d, bet Jefferson and Madison. 3. 
Livingston John, carp. Barber & Chapin. ''; 

Livingston John, filer, bds Peter Knodal. I 

Livingston John, lab, bdsN. Heber. ': 

Patronize the ^'Boss" Clotliicrji, Liittle Jake &, Co. 

Livingston S. G., wks Dolsen, Chajjin & Bro. 

Livingston AVilliam, "wks Folsom & Arnold. • ,. ■ 

IJoyd Gordon W., manul'r of lumber, res Detroit. 

Lloyd Isaac (Parker & JjJoyd), rese s Grant, bet 4th and 5th. 4.. 

Tjloyd Samuel, bds John Gavoid. 

Lloyd William, cooper, res e s Belinda, nr Campbell. 3. 

Loeflfler George, prop National Hall, 111 Centre st, res Monroe,. 

bet SthiindOth. 3. 
Logan Alexander, hardware, e s Water, bet 35th and b Centre,. 

res s w cor 4tii and s Centre. 7. 
Lando Edward, lab, bds Mrs. 0. Taitte. 
London — , — , physician, Union blk, n Water. 
Long Charles, wks McGraw & Co. 
Long Jerry D., bds Mr,?. M. Clover. 

Long Matthew IL, engineer, res n s 40tii, bet 3d and 4th. 5. 
Long Wm., wks McGraw & Co. 
Longtin Joseph, Avks Pitts & Cranage. 
Lonyo Andrew, elk IL Do ^lars, bds 11. De Mars. 
Loomis Amos II.. printer "Trihune", bd.4 Campbell House. 
liUomJK .Jijliii, IVjrtiiiaM Salt i)lk, Dolsen, Cha|iin & Bro. 
Loomis John H., salt boilei', re;j w of Dolmen, bet AVater and. 

Woodside avc. 



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BAY CITY DIKKCTOHY. 501 



Loorais Lewis, lab, res e s Bowery, bet 20th and 21st. 3. 
|[' Ix)rcl Frederick II., ticket agent, bds George Lord. 

Lord George, agent, insurance and ticket, res cor Farragut and 
Gen I re. 
^1 liord George, insnrance agent, res cor Centre and Farragut. 4. 

Louis J., Avks Dolsen, Chapin & Bro. 

Uve Francis, wks Webster & Bros., e s Fraser, bet 20th and 
21st. 5. 

Tjove James, wks Wni. Peter, res n w cor Fitzhugh and 16th. 6. 

Love Thomas II., wood turner, s w cor 33d and . 3. 

rx)Ye William, lab, wks Wm. Peter. 

Lovejoy Daniel, wks A. Miller. 

Loveland Calvin, lab, res w s Annie, near Campbell. 4. 

Loveridge II., wks Folsom & Arnold. 

Ijoveridge Samuel Abel, peddler, res n e cor Wash'n and 9th. 
^ See Ableloveridge. 

I^w Daniel, lab, res w s 10th, bet 2d and 3d. 2. 

Lowell Cal, wks McGraw & Co. 
I : I^wry Miss Jane, wks R. P. Gustin. 
I Lucia C, wks Folsom & Arnold. 

Lucia M., wks Folsom & Arnold. 

M. & II. Kocli & Co., the ITIcrchaut Tailors. 

Ludington Benjamin, fruit dealer, w s Van Buren, bet 8th 

and 9th. 2. 
Ludington Edwin W., filer, res n w cor 7th and Van Buren. 4. 
Ludgin Henry, lab,e s Howard, bet 21st and 22d. 2. 
Luna Paul, sawyer, wks William Peter. 
Lutes William, riverman, res w s Jefferson, bet Woodside ave 

and 1st. 4. 
Luther Michael, wks and bds M. Schramm. 
Lutz John M., saloon e s Jackson, bet 2d and 3d, res same. 3. 
Lutzke Henry, saloon, res w s JefFn, bet Gth and 7th. 5. 
Luxtou Thomas, harness and saddle maker, shop Hermann 

blk. Centre, res Hampton, bds Will T. Craft. 
Lydon Liss Lizzie, wks Wm. P. Hoit. 
Lyle John, lab, bds Francis Dorian. 
Lynch Dennis, wks Buibcr and Chapin.' 
Lynch Frank, lab, bds T. Corbett. 
Lynch James, painter bdsCliatham House. 
Lynch James, wks Braddick & Sons, 
jjynch John, lab, e s Sheridan, bet 14th and 15th. 4. 
Ijyncli Owen, bds Barclay House. 
Lynch Owen, lab, bds M. S. Meagher. 
Lynch Patrick, lab, bds, Thouias Lynch. 



503 BAY CITY DIKECTORY. 

Lyncli Patrick, wks Barber and Chapin. 

Lynch Thomas, lab, bdsT. Corbett. ' 

Lynch Thomas, wks Whipple, Parmeley & Co., bds Crampton 

House. 
Lynch Thomas, lab, res w of Dolsen, bet Water and Woodside 

aYenuc. 7. 
Lynch William, engineer, McDowell's machine shop, res n e 

cor 31st and Fremont avenue. 3. 
Lyon Alfred P., atty, with T. F. Shepard, bds same. 
Jjyon Oliver, Avks John Coryon lime yard, bds same. 

Lyon , barber, bds !Mrs. A. S. Seeley. 

Lyons James, lab, res s end of Jefferson, cor 13th. C. 
Lyons James, res n w cor 8th and Farragut. G. 
Lyons lliss Julia, wks Mrs. C. Bradfield. 
Lyzie Adolphus, lab, bds Stephen Vallier. 

M. 

McAlester Miss Catharine, wks Edward Park. 
McAll John, lab, bds Charles Conner. 
McAllister James, wks Barber & Cljapin. 

IJltle Jake & Co. Undersell Everybody. 

McAllister John, dealer in square timber and staves, office 

room 20 Watson blk, bds Wolverton House. 
McAllister Paul, wks McCraw & Co. 

McAlpiu Archibald, carpenter, res s e cor Sherman and 3d. 5. 
McArdle John, propr Washington House, n w cor 7th and 

Washington. 4. 
McArthur Jolin, carpenter, bds Martin Roche. 
McAuU'y Miss Margaret L., teacher 1st ward school, bds Peter 

L. liogers. 
ilcAuley Miss Mary, wks W. C. Yawkey. 
McBrido James, warehouseman, res Sherman, bet 2d and 3d. 
McBride James, baggageman, F. & P. 'SL II. li., bds C. U. Lane. 
McCain Joseph, machinist, Johnson & Crispin, bds John 

Wild, cor 'Jth and Adams. 
McCardy James, lab, res w s 40th, bet 2d and 3d. 2. 
McCargo William, lab, res w s Sherman, bet 4th and 5Lh. 3. 
McCarten Edward, lab, bds Thomas McCullugh. 
McCarthy Cornelius, bds Ontario Hotel. 
McCarthy Daniel, wks McCraw & Co., bds G. W. Thomas. 
McCarthy Daniel, lab, bds ]\[rs. C. Taitte. 
j\lcCartl)y James, lab, bdd Mrs. C. Taitte. 
McCarthy John, lab, n w cor Van Huren and Jackson, (i. 



BAY CITY DIRECTORY. 503 



[ I McOuithy John D., elk Fraser House. 
I (; McCarthy Miss Mary, wks Ontario Hotel. 
■ f McCarthy Patrick, prop'r Clipper Saloon, Water, bet 11th and 
I '■■ r2th, res same. 

|i McCarthy Thomas, lab, bds Corey House. 
Il McCaul Jolin, lab, wks Smith & Wheeler. 
I* McCauley Henry, lab, bds Taylor House. 

i McChcsney '-, mechanic, res e s Water, bet35th aud 36th. 3. 

I McClain Archie, lumberman, bds Anscomb House. 
I McClain James, bds John Mitchell. 

\ McClellan'John, wks Folsom & Arnold, bds Capitol House. 
I McClellan John, lab, res n w cor Campbell and Lincoln. 3. 
McChory Joseph, night watch Fraser House. 
McCleunen Peter, wks Whipple, Parmeley & Co. 

McCullough , engineer N. B. Bradley & Co. 

McComb James, carpenter, res w s Birney, bet 12th and 13th. 6. 
McCool William (McCool & Brown), res n w cor 5th and 

Grant. 3. 
McCormick Charles, lumberman, res s ecor 11th and Grant. 3. 
McCormick Florence, propr ''Do Drop In," e s Water, b(3t Cth 
and Centre. 



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L.owe«4t Prices at M. & 11. Kocli & Co's. 



McCormick H. B., bookkeeper, bds E. H. Bassett. 
McCormick Hiram W., lumber inspector, res e s McCormick, 

bet 22d and 23d. 
McCormick ^Mrs. ^Matilda (wid J. J. McCormick), res Water, 

bet 21st and 22d. 
.McCormick W. B., elk, bds Fraser House. 
McCormick Wm. J., student at law, bds parents. 
McCormick William II., salt inspector, res e s McCormick, bet 

22d and 23d. 8. 
McCrain James, lab, bds Washington House. 
^IcCraney David M., marshal, res w s Adams, bet 1st and 

Woodside a^e. 3. 
:McCraney Thos. A. and wife, bds S. Hickey. 
:McCrary Robert, wks Gates & Fay. 

McCrary , lab, res e s Adams, bet 8tli aud 9th. 7. 

31cCrickett Patrick, machinist, res e s Kivcr, bet s Centre and 

3Gth. 5. 
]iIcCue Anthony, jobber, bds J. Hoover. 

:\lcCnlloch Arthur, engineer, res es Fraser, bet I3th and 14th. 3. 
J\k-Culliigli Thomas 11., Inb, res os Water, nr Stevens' m.llB. 2. 
McCiirdy Andrew C., loren)an, res n b 4th, bet Grant and Van 

Buren. 3. 



504 BAY CITY DIRECTORY. 



McCurtly George, warehouseman, bds Andrew McCurdy. 

McCurdy George, elk D. & B. 0. 1^ R. depot, bds Wolverton 
House. 

McCurdy George, lab, bds Andrew J^IcCurdy. 

McDermith Frank, tailor, bds Mrs. Jane Eice. '*; 

McDermott Miss Emma, tailoress, bds P. Kilduff. 

McUermott Frank, (ailor, bds Mi-s. James liice. 

McDEllMOTT JOHN, deputy collector of customs and jus- 
tice of the peace, otJice e s Water, bet Cth and 7lh, rea n 
wcorGlh and Adams. 7. 

McDonald Archibald II (A. K. :McDouald & Co.), bda Camp- )'-^ 
bell House. *: 

Mcdonald a. ll. & CO., (Archibald II. McDonald & Dr. | 
Horace Tupper) liverymen, stable 23 Saginaw, bet 3d and €■ 
4th. See advt. ^\ 

McDonald Archibald, lab, bds John Gavoid. u, J^- 

McDonald Alexander, Forest City House. '■ tH. •^;. 

^IcDonald Barnard, lab, bds H. Steele. '.\ 

McDonald Miss C, waitress Fraser House. >' ' 

McDonald Daniel A., rivernian, Pitts & Cranage, res e a Adams 
near Water. 4. 

One Price to ull ut L.ittlc Jake & €o'8. 

McDonald Daniel D., saloon keeper, e s Water, bet 3ytli and 

40th, res same. 2. • , 

McDonald Donald, sawyer s o cor Fraser and 17th. G. 
McDonald Donald, bricklayer, n w cor Van Buren and 10th. 3. 
^McDonald Donald, wks John McEwan. 
McDonald Hugh, yardman, bds Sherman House. 
Mc])onald Hugh, lab, res n s Fremont ave, e of Broadway. 7. 
McDonald James, wks Bernard Willhauer. 
McDonald James li., lumberman, res e s Washington, bet 10th 

and 11th. 4. 
McDonald John (McDonald & Fray,) res e side Grant, bet 3d 

and4tl^ 8. 
McDonald John, bds Crampton House. 
McDonald John, lab, bds Astor House. 
McDonald John, lab, bds Jlontreal House. 
McDonald John, wks Hitchcock & Ingraham. 
McDonald John, res e of McEwan's mill. 3. 
McDonald J., wks Dolsen, Chapin & Bro. 
^IcDonald J. N., dealer in Hour, grain, fruit, etc, rea Bay City, 

cor 5tli and Washington. 2. 
McDonald Miss Mary, waitress, Astor House. 
McDonald Patrick, lab, res e s Saginaw, bet 1st and Woodside 

avenue. 3. 



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;LE McDonald Roderick, speculator and lumberman, bds Fraser 
Uouse. 

McDonald Ryan, lab, res n side 31st, bet "Water and . 8. 

McDonald , cooper, bds Louis Potter. 

K -B McDonald Terence, lab, bds Patrick i\IcDonald. 
iJC McDouell Archibald (A[cDonell & Cobb), res no cor Van 
Buren and 10th. 0. 

McDonell Maggie, ^vks A. AIcDonelJ. 

McDougul Donald, wks J. McP]\van. 

McDougall Allen, foreman, salt block, Pitts & Cranage, res w 
8 Jefferson, n of Woodside ave. 3. 

DcDougall A., wks Folsoni & Arnold. 

McDougald Archibald, lab, bds Peter Knodal. 

McDougall Jolni, wks McGraw & Co. 

McDOUGALL MISS CATIIAIIINE, laundress, laundry 
basement "Watson blk, 105 n Water, res same. 

McDowell Mrs. Anna (wid John), res e side Washington, bet 
10th and 11th. 3. 

McDowell Christopher, machinist, res n e cor 8th and Mad- 
ison. 

McDowell Mrs. Emma, res Washington, bet 10th and HtU. 2. 

Only Olio Price at Ifl. & U. Kucli &. Co'm. 

McDowell Mrs. Margarctt, bds Mrs. Emma McDowell. 

McDowell iS'elson, molder, bds John McDonald. 

ilcDowell Richard, carpenter, res e s Bowery, bet 14th and 
15th. 5. 

McEwan John, lumber nmnufr, mill and otlice o of water 
works, n of Woodside ave, res e end of Water, n of Wood- 
side ave. 9. 

McEwan Patrick, brick-layer, bds Ontario House. 

McEwan Patrick, lab, bds Peter Knodal. 

Mc Ewan Joseph, lab, bds M. S. Meagher. 

McEwan William, real estate agent, res Centre and Monroe. 6. 

McEwan Wm.', lab, res e of McEwan's mill, u of Woodside 
ave. 3. 

McEarlane Clarence, wks McQraw & Co. 

McFarlin Miss Mary, home with Clark Moulthrop. 

McGee John, lab, e s Van Buren, bet 3d and 4th. 

JIcGee Louis, lab, res n w cor 32d and Marsac. 2. 

McGeary Wdliam, molder, Smalley Bros. & L3wis, res e s 
Fitzhugh, bet 14th and 15th. 

^rcGibbon William, shoemaker. G. Boiten, bds Astor House. 

SlcOillis Duncan, lab, bds Valley House. 

McGillivary A., lab, wks AVebster & Bros. 



506 BAY CITY DIRECTORY. 

McGillivary William, filer, res s 8 30th, near Water. 3. 

McGilvray AndrcAVS, lab, btis William J. Daniels. 

McGilvray James, lab, bds William J. Daniels. 

McGinnis John, works Braddick & Sons. 

McGinnis John, teamster, s e cor 31st. (!. 

McGlone Miss Tedie, teacher Gth Avard school, bds J.D.Lewis. 

McGovin Philip (J. II. Wilkins & Co.), bds Ocean Oyster- 
Dining Rooms, 

McGowan Michael, elk M. II. Kittridge, bds Globe Hotel. ■ | 

McGram John, lab, w s Monroe, bet 1st and Woodside ave. 4,T 

McGrath James, elk P. Kingston. 

McGrath Patrick J.,prop'r Stanstead House, w s Saginaw, bet 
10th and nth. 7. 

McGUATlI 1»ATR1CK J,, prop'r Capitol House, es Water,' 
bet 8th and 9th. See adv't. 3. 

McGraw John (J. McQraw & Co.), res Ithaca, N. Y. 

McGraw J. & Co. (John McGraw, Thomas H. McGraw), head 
of Water, lumber and salt mannfacturers, store in connec- 
tion. 

McGraw Mrs. ^May, bds John Rayden. 

McGray Miss. Mary, wks John Osborn. 

Largest Stock fii the State at Little Jake's. 

McGraw Thomas II. (J. ilcGraw & Co.), res c s Water, bet 

40th and -ilst. 
McGraw Wm., wks McGraw & Co. 
^McGregor Duncan, lab, bds International Hotel. 
McGregor Duncan, engineer, res s e cor Fremont a\e and 

. o. 

McGregor John, lab, bds Washington Ilonse. 

McGregory Cyrus, hose cart driver, bds Moulton House. 

McGuUin Mary, wks M. Bunnell. 

McGuire Thomas, sailor, bds Valley House. 

McGwiggin James, lab, bds Washington House. 

JlcHuf^h |ja\vrence, judLico of the peace, otliceroom 94 Watson 

blk, AVuter, res n e cor l^tii and .loffn. 
McHugh Piitriek, lab, bds Ji. McHiigh. 
Mclnerney John, mason, res e s Van Buren, bet 13th and 

14th. 3. 
Mclnerney Michael, mason, res w s Van Buren, bet 7th and 

8th. 4. 
Mcluthire Lucas, lab, bds William J. Daniels. 
Mcintosh Adam, rafcsman, bds Wolverton House. 
Mcintosh James R., lab, res n w cor Barney and Johnson. 7. 
Mcintosh Walter, elk, bds Wra. Mitchell. 



BAY CITY DIKECTOKY. 



507 



Mcintosh William, niuson, res es Wush'n, bet 10th and 11th. 2. 

Mcliityrc R., lab, wks Webster & Bro. 

Mclrney Thomas, plasterer, res e s Monroe, betCthand 7th. 3. 

Mclsuac Daniel, lab, bds Thomas Roach. 

McKanc Joseph, mechanic, bds John Wild. 

McKay Alexander, land owner, res s w cor 6th and Monroe. 5. 

McKay James A., lumber inspector, bds A. McKay. 

McKay John F., bookkeeper J. Shearer & Co., bds O.Johnson. 

McKay William, bds Ephraim Sattemor. 

McKelvey Miss, milliner, bds AVolverton House. 

McKendray John, lab, wks Webster & Bro. 

McKenney James, lab, bds International Hoteh 

McKendry John, lab, bds Thomas Belfour. 

JIcKenney , farmer, n s s Centre, nr F. & P. M. R. R. 

depot. 6. 
McKenzie Miss Margaret, bds A. Phippen. 
McKenzie Miss Mary, wks Rolla Glover. 

McKenzie , lab, bds George Walker. 

McKenzie Samuel, blacksmith, res 107 w s Bates, bet Court 

and Franklin. 4. 
McKenzie William, wks Folsom & Arnold, bds James Gibbons. 

M. & II. Kooli & Co., flic Leaders of FuNliion. 

McKenzie William, machinist, Bay City Iron works, res s w 

cor Van Buren and Woodsido ave. 2. 
McKenzie William W., foreman Folsom & Arnold, res s s- 

Water, bet Johnson and Belinda. 3. 
McKinley Daniel, bds Astor House. 
ilcKmney John, foreman Miller's mill, res s c cor Fremont 

ave and Fitzhugh. 3. 
McKinnon Daniel, lab, bds John McGrain. 
McKinnon Hugh A., lab, s s 17th, bet Farragut and Grant. 5. 
McKinnon James, foreman A. R. McDonald & Co., res cor 3d 

and Washington. 4. 
.McKinnon John D., boiler maker, res w s Washington, bet 

10th and 11th. 5. 
McKinnon Murdoch, lab, bds M. S. Meagher. 
3IcKINN0N & WILDMAN (John D. McKinnon and 

Henry Wlldman), boiler makers, c s Water, bet 10th anil 

11th. 
McKnarny Francis, lab, bds John Osboru. 
.McK night C, wks Barber & Cha])in. 
McKnight James, lab, bds Thomas Roach. 
McKnight Joseph, bds Capitol House. 
McKoy Ale\'., sawyer, res e s Kossuth, nr ^IcGraght mills. 4.. 



508 LAY CITY lOIRECTOUY. 

McKoy John, lab, res e s i\[onroe. bet 10th and 11th. 4. 
McKoy Robert, printer, "Chronicle" office, bds Forest Oity 

House. 

McKittrick Wm., engineer, res e s , bet 10th uud Uth. 4. 

McLain James, lab, wks AVilliam Peter. 

McLain Minor, mechanic, bds E. Smith. 

McLarry AVilliam, sailor, res w s JefF'n, bet 11th and 12tli. C. 

McLaughlin A. JS., wks McGraw & Co. 

McLaughlin Robert, wks Whipple, Parmeley & Co. 

McLean Archibald, lab, bds Anscombe House. v 

McLean Daniel, lab, bds Wyandotte House. 

McLean Ilam, lab, bds C. Taitte. 

McLean Joseph, carpenter, res w s Van Buren, bet Gth and 

7th. 2. 
McLean Neil, carpenter, res 325, e Broadway. 2. 
McLennan Andrew, cabinet-maker, wks Parker & Loyd, rese? 

Jeft''n, bet 7th and 8th. 
McLennan John, lal), wks AVebster & Bro. . 

McLennan John, timberman, res e s JelT'n, bet 7th and 8th. 6. 
McLennan Kenneth D., lumber merchant, res Centre, near 

Trumbull. G. 

i\o Bantering; at Little Jake's. 

McLennan Duncan, bds Capitol House. 
McLennan Malcolm, bds Capitol House. 

McLerson wks Dolsen, Chapin & Bros. 

McLoughlin Elijah, mason, res e s Madison, bet 7th and 8th. 8. 

McLeod Angus C, lab, bds Gavoid House. 

McLeod A., carp, bds Cumberland House. 

McLeod Miss Lennie, laundress, AVolverton House. 

McLeod John, wks Gates & Fray, bds Montreal House. 

McLeod Miss Maggie, wks D. McRae. 

McLeod Malcolm, elk Astor House, bds same. 

McLeod JMiss Mary, wks S. Johnson. 

McLeod Robert, lab, bds Montreal House. 

McMahoil Edward, wks R. Higgins. 

McMahon J., wks Folsom & Arnold. 

McMann J., wks Chapin & Barber. 

McMannon Patrick, lab, res e s Belinda. G. 

McMath, John AV., atty, otlice room 9, AVatson blk Water, res 

e s Jefferson, bet 7th and 8th. 3. 
McMath & Slawson, attys, office 9 and 10 AVatson blk. 
McMiller Daniel, salt boiler, Chapin & Barber. 
McMullen & Cowles, " Buy City Herald" (Daniel McMiillen, 

Edward J Cowles), Babo blk, 122 n Water. 



BAY CITY DIKECTOItY. 509 



McKinstry Miss Ella, bds Samuel Cutlin. 

McNiibb Richard, millwright, res w s Madison, bet 3d and 

4th. 0. 
McNamara Michael, lab, bds Forest City House. 
. _ McNamara Michael, elk Ci'ampton House. 
^ § McXaniara Wm., wks McGraw & Co. 

McNeil Alexander, driller, bds Mrs. 11. Cocks. 
McNeil Daniel, blacksmith S. Wood, bds Crampton House. . 
^i f McNore Jliss Mary, Avks P. Griul. 

McNill Michael, lab, bds William Ralph. 
McNeil Stephen, -wks AVhipple & Parmeley. 
McPartlin E. W., painter, bds Wolverton House, 
McPhail Lottie, lumber merchant, bds Anscomb House. 
Mcpherson ]\Irs. Agnes (wid David J. McPherson), dealer in 

groceries and provisions, n e cor Belinda and AVoodside 

avenue. G. 

(McPherson Miss , home with John L. Dolsen. 
McPhee John, lab, res e s Mercer, bet Belinda and Dolsen. 2. 
McPherson William, physician (a), McCormick block, water, 

res s e cor 10th and Adams. 5. 
McQuarthy Thomas, hostler, Anscomb House, bds same. 

Only ©lie Price at ]»I. A; II. Kocli &, Co's. 



McQuiggin William, lab, bds Washington House. 

McQuiun C, wks ])olsen, Chapin & Co. 

McQuinn E., wks Dolsen, Chapin & Co. 

McQuinn John, fireman, res w s Dolsen, bet AVater and Wood- 
side ave. 3. 

AfcGrady Miss , school teacher, 5th ward. 

McRae Donald, mill foreman, John McEwan, res s s Woodside 
ave, e of Johnson. 6. 

McRae John, lab, wks Webster & Bros. 

McRae William, book-keeper, res s s Woodside ave. 3. 

McRay Miss Eliza, wks Byron E. Warren. 

McRay John, lab, bds William J. Daniels. 

McRhaid Lottie, bds Anscomb House. 

McRoberts Mrs. Elizabeth, lives John B. McRoberts. 

McRoberts John B., lumberman, res e s Jackson, bet 7th and 
8th. 3. 

McSWEENEY JOHN P., potash manufacturer, ashery n s 
12th, bet McClellan and Johnson, bds J. McComb. 

McTain Thomas, cook, bds Washington House. 

]\Iachris (>., pressman, '• Chronicle " cilice, bds . 

]\Iack John P., blacksmith, res e s Saginaw, bet 7th and 8th. 4. 

Mackcnscn ]'Vederick, carpenter, s side 8th, bet Madison and 
Jellerson. 5. 



510 BAY CITY DIKECTOKY. 

Mackey Michael, bar-tender, Globe Billiard Hall, bds Metrop- 
olitan Dining liooms. 

Maconix "William, wka Dolsen, Ohapin & Bro. 

Madayski Jos., tailor, w side Lincoln ave, bet 15th and 16th. 3. 

Maddangh Stephen, lab, res n w cor Sontli Centre and SouU» 
"Water. 2. 

Madden William, lab, res e side Fraser, bet 12tli and 13th. ,'4. 

Maddaws John, bds Capitol House. 

JMadisou Carrie, home with Ephraim Saltemor. ^^;,'.| 

]\lagoon James, sawyer, Chapin & Barber, bds "W. "W. McKeu-* 
zie. 2. ^y; 

Maguire Warren, teamster, bds Dirling & Robbins. u 

Mahliot Archie, lab, wks Wattons & Sons. ;, 

]\[ahliot Charles, Sr., wks M. Watrous & Sons. i^ 

Mahliot Joseph, lab, wks Watrous & Sons. 

Mahoney Cornelius, carpenter and joiner, e side Van Biiren, 
bet Gth and 7 th. G. 

Mahoney James, lab, res n w cor Belinda and Fitzgerald. ().'*^>. 

Mahoney James, tireman, Holly Water Works. '<^i" 

Mahoney Thomas, dep marshal B. C, n side 3d, bet Johusob 
and Barney. 3. 

lutervic^v tlio ''Bo»s>" Clothiers, Little Julie Sc Co. 

Major Frederick, lab, res n w cor 21st and Fraser. 9. 

!Malaboo Francis, lab, works Webster & Bros. 

Malette Paul, wks Whipple, Parraeiey & Co. 

Malhiot Charles, lab, res e side river, bet 3Gtli and 37th. 2. 

Malhiot Charles, lab, n \v cor 38th, near Kossuth. 10. 

Malhiot Charles, Jr., Avks M. Watrons & Sons. 

Malhiot George, lab, bds C. Malhiot. 

Malhiot Joseph, lab, bds C. Malhiot. 

Malloy Ed., bds Barclay House. 

Mallrough James, lab, works Shearer & Co. 

Malone Charles E., lumberman, res w s Madison, bet 7th and 
8th., 3. 

Maloney John, lab, bds Mrs. C. Taitte. : 

Malott Milo, carpenter, res s w cor 7th and Howard. 3. 

Main Joseph, mason, bds 117 Adams. 

Mainville Morse, wks Pitts & Cranage. 

Mainville Modeste, lab, res e s Adams, bet Water and Wood- 
side ave. 5. 

Maisel Herman (Maisel & (ilochel), res Madison, bet Gth and 
7th. 4. 

Maisel & Gochel, grocers, cor Centre and Sagiiuiw sts. 

Maitland John, lab, res n w cor 33d, e of F. & P. M. It. H. 3. 



BAY ClTi DIKECTOKY. 511 



Muiiior J. B., lab, wks Watrous & Sous. 

Maugmi D., attorney, oflice, room 33, Watson blk, Water. 

Muiily Jolin, wks Barber & Chapin. 

Manly Pratt, carpenter, Barber & Chapin. 
' Manly Wni., lab, res n e cor llth and Farragut. 2. 

Mann B., wks Braddick & Sons. 

Mannal Ilartman, harness-maker (Brown & Co.), bds cor Jef- 
ferson and 6th. 

Maunia Richard, raftsman, bds Taylor Ilonse. 

Mannin Matthew, lab, bds II. Cansley. 

>[anning Isaac V. (W. II. Miller & Co.), res Van Buron, bet 
7th and 8th. 3. 

Manoni M., wks Barber & Chapin. 

Maus Jacob, machinist, bds Lnkes Mans. 2. 
_ Mans Lncas, engineer, wks Smith & Wheeler. 
'' Mans Lnkes, machinist, res n e cor I'^th and Sherman. G. 

Mansfield George AV., bntcher, bds John B. Midman. 

Mansfield George, wks and bds C. Wickraan. 
\ ' Mapes Samnel, wks Whipple, Parmeley & Co. 

Marbley , 8 w cor Broadway and Fremont ave. 3. 

Manly John, lab, res e of iMcEwan's mill. 5. 

Fine Funiisliing Goods at M. & H. Kocli &, Co's. 






Marin Patrick, lab, res n e cor Sheridan and 15th. 4. 
pi Mark George, lab, bds Chatham Ilonse. 

^^' Markel D., lab, wks Webster & Bros. 

Markel Miss Mary, wks Mrs. M. Clover. 

Markel Miss Sarah, wks John Keith. 

Markel AVilliam, lab, wks Webster & Bros. 

jiarkim , carp, e side Monroe, bet llth and 12Lh. 5. 

Markle David B., lab, bds J. Almas. 

Markle Eliza J., home with Jacob Almas. 

Markle William II., home with Jacob Almas. 

Marks Erastns B., lab., res e s Wilson, bet 30th and 31st. 4. 

Marks George, lab, bds Chatham House. 

Marks llenrv A., physician (al), res s s Centre, e Carney, office 
Birney blk, No. 7 Water. 4. 

Mario Antony, lab, bds Montreal House. 

Marlett Wm.ll., carp, e s Grant, bet 10th and llth. 0. 

Mario Joseph, lab, bds Montreal House. 

Marlatt ('harles, carp, bds G. Palmer. 

Marlatt l*aul, barge owner, res n w cor Gth and Jefferson. 4. 

Marrah John, lab, bds Ontario House. 

Marsac Augustus, wks Watrous Bros. & Co. 

Marsac I'^ruuk, wks Walrons Hros & Co. 



512 BAY CITY DIRECTORY. 



Marsac Joseph, gentleman, o s "Water, bet 3Cth and 87th. 5. 
Marsan Antoine, lab, bds Adolphe Giiindon. 
Marscillais Henry, wks Hitchcock & Ingraham. 
Marsli Mrs. Mary E. (wid A,), res e s Jefferson, bet 2d and Sd.'Vb 
Marsh G., wks McGraw & Co. »^ 

Marsh Henry, lab, works Shearer & Co. k. 

Marsh Henry J., lab, res e s Jefferson, bet 2d and 3d. M 

Marsh "William D., book-keeper State Bank, e side Grant, befc.'I'l 

4th and 5th. 3. ^i^ 

Marsh William E., physician (al), e side Grant, bet 4th and 5th.?' 
Marston Charles T. (Watrous Bros. & Co.), res Hartford, Conn. 
Marston Isaac, att'y, res s s 8th, e of Johnson. 5. 
Marston Stephen (Watrous Bros. & Co.), res Hartford, Conn. 
Marshall James, wks Barber & Chapin. 
Martens Philippe, carpenter, w side Howard, bet IGtli and 

17th. 4. 
Martin Alfred, wks Pitts & Cranage. . i 

Martin Amand, saloon and res s s Centre, cor Jefferson and ^? 

8th. 8. ; 

Martin Charles, bds Mrs. M. A. Brehraer. 

Little Juke & Co., Wisner Block. 

Martin Ephraim, dealer in tinware and stoves, 308 Water, bet 

3d and 4th, res n e cor Madison and 7th. 5. 
Martin Godfrey, carpenter, res c s Tuscola Plank, bet lOth 

and 11th. '4. ''" 

Martin James, lab, bds Samuel Handcock. 
^Martin John, wks McGraw & Co. 
Martin Aliss Mary, wks F. B. Smith. 
Martin Mrs. Mary D. (]\Irs. Wni.), home with Wm. Pusey. 
Martins Christophe, plasterer, w side Jackson, bet 10th and 

11th. G. 
Martins AVilliam, wks Dolsen, Chapin & Bro. 
Martinson Young, lab, bds John Johnson. 
Marvin Ciwirles, printer, '"Tribune," bds Campbell House. 
Marwell J. L., forcnnm, Jas. Siiearer's saw-mill, bds II. G. 

Snow. 
Masker James, lab, bds J. A. Little. 
Masker William, lab, J. Pt. Little. 
Mason A. C, bds Capitol House. 
Masson Eustache, lab, bds 0. Grondin. 
Jlasou John, Sr., lab, bds 1{. Williams. 
Mason John, Jr., lai), IkIs William Jialph. 
Mass Josc'i)li, elk, reri w s .kllVrson, bet 1st and Woodsido 

avenue. 2. 



BAY CITY DIHECTOUY. 513' 

MoBsay Wm., lab, res n e cor 31st aud . 4. 

\luB3c Louis, saloon-keeper, n e cor Saginaw and 2d. 9. 
Musters Bissell M., books and stationery, 109 u water, res w s 
Jefferson, bet 7tli and 8th. 3. 

Musterson Thomas, lab, res e s Adams, bet 11th and 12th. 8. 
Masterson Peter, grocer, s w cor 14th and Sherman, res 

same. 3. 
Mascon Mrs. Sarah (wid Daniel), res e s, bet 3d and 4th. 2. 
Mutherosk John, wks William Peter. 
Mutheson Daniel, foreman, bds Astor House. 
Mathews Henry, carter, bds Thomas Bailey. 
Mathews William, drayman, bds Wolverton House. 
Mavel John, lab, res e s Adams, near ^Vater. 0. 
Miivis James, wks Folsom & Arnold. 
Mavis William, wks R. l'\ Higgins, 

Maxon i\Irs. Alice A. (wid Harrison), res e of Ewan's mil!. 2. 
Maxon Calvin, lireman. Barber & Ohapin, bds Jake Vital. 
Maxon Malcolm, sawyer, bds Mrs. Sarah Maxon. 
Maxon Miss Marrion, school teacher, bds Mrs. Sarah Maxon. 
Maxon Marshman, engineer, bds Mrs. Sarah jMaxon. 

S' Kucli & i'o., ^cisesee St., oppu^iito Baiicrolt House. 



Maxon Matthew, cai'penter, bds JMrs. Sarah Maxon. 

Maxwell Androe 0., lawyer, ollici; ]N[ow Bank blk, res n av cor 

4th and Monroe. 4. 
Maxwell David, bds C'ajjitol House. 
May Jamcs', lab, res s w cor Wilson and 29th. 4. 
ilay JosLph, lumber merchant, bds Anscomb House. 
Maybce Leander, Lib, bds Ogdensbnrg House. 
Maybec Lewis, wks Ohapin & Barber. 

MEAD JAMES H., lumber yard, n s Midland, w end of 
Bridge, res Centre. G. 
[■ .^^ead Samuel H., carriage-trimmer, liivet Bros., bds J. Winter- 
j; meyer. 

i Meadley E,, machinist, Munn & Co., bds Sherman House. 

Meagher Eredericl:, elk Campbell t!c Tyk-r, res Jackson, bet 

3d and 4th. 
ileagher John, lab, bds M. S. Meagher. 
Meagher John, bds Barclay House. 

ileagher Michael, Barclay House, n e cor Saginaw and 3d. 5. 
Meagre Edward, lab, bds Jonathan Smith, 
^feany Stejjhen, capt Kti'an;er " Wright," res s e cor 3d and 

Earragut. 5, 
Mearus 'JMiomas, book-keeper, bds Jacob D. Eaton. 
Melcher Eredcrick, elk, res w s Jackson, bet 3d and 4th. 5. 
05 



514 BAY CITY DIRECTORY. f 

— ^1 

Meddaugjh Stephen, lab, wks Watrous Bros. & Co. -j: 

MEEKER & ADAMS, Hanford E. Meeker, Freeman D.if 

Adams, wholesale and retail grocers, 310 n Water. '« 

Meeker Hanford E., grocer, res s s 3d, bet Van Buren and 

Grant. 

Meeker , lab, bds Jonathan Smith. 4t 

Mehlman August, lab, res e s Saginaw, bet 7th and 8th. 7. M- 
Meidlein Emma, wks llezekiah 13. Hulbert. '.^ 

Meister Barnhardt L., clothing and gents' furnishing goods,^ 

res e s Saginaw, bet Centre and 6th. 2. 
Mcisel Henry., elk Meisel & Goechel, res Jefferson, bet 10th 

and llth. G. ;^ 

Meisel Henry (Meisel & Goechel), grocer, res w s Madison, ' 

bet Gth and 7th. 4. 
Meisel William, lab, res e s Jefferson, bet 10th and llth. 4. 
Meisel bach IMrs. Sarah (wid Henry), res e s Broadway, hot 

IGth and 17th. G. 
Meister Benhardt, elk B. L. Meister, bds same. 
Mcldrum Robert, lab, res n e cor Campbell and Lincoln. 5. : 
Mellon Joseph, wks Dolsen, Chapin & Bro. 
Menard Leander, lab, res e s 1st, bet 39th and 40th. 0. 



L.Utlc Jake & Co., "Boss" ClotSiicrs of the State. 



Menard Morso, lab, res e b 1st, bet 38th and 39th. 2. 

Menton John, musician, res s s 3d, bet Pendleton and Trum- 
bull. '1. 

Merci-r Miss Mary, lives G. Kiley. 

Mcrcor William, engineer, res c s Adams, bet 2d and 3d. 8. 

Merrill Cluirles E., millwright, res s w cor 30th. 4. 

Merrill Frank, carriage painter, res s c cor 7th and Jackson. 4. 

Merrill George F., painter, Atkinson Bros., res cor 7th and 
Jackson. 4. 

Merrill Harry P. (Gustin & Merrill), res s e cor 4th and Par- 
ragut. 4. 

Merrill Harris J., lab, res n w cor Longtin and Belinda. 6. 

Merrill H. T., wks Chapin & Barber. 

Merritt Abram B., circle sawyer Peter's saw mill, res w 8 
Bowery, bet 12th and 13th. 7. 

Merritt Alfred E., stave inspector, res n s Woodside ave, bet 
Johnson and street west. 3. 

Merritt A., Sr., sawyer, wks William Peter. 

Merritt A., Jr., lab, wks William Peter. 

Merritt Daniel S., dealer in i)atent rights, res n s Woodside 
• ave, bet Johnson and street w of Johnson. -1. 

Merritt Walter, wks " Bay City 'J^ribune." 



BAT CITY DIRECTORT. 515 

Merrick Sidney, wks Albert Miller. 

Merrick S. G., lab, bds Corey House. 

Merrithew Morgan, lab, e s ;^4th, bet Broadway andHoTrard. 3. 

Meeker Charles, teamster, w s Kossuth, nr McG raw's mills. 4. 

Messenger William, lab. bds Luther Slade. 

Metcalf Theodore G., fruit dealer, n e cor 3d and Water, res u 

e cor 3d and Jackson. 4. 
3rewes Charles, tailor, res s s Woodside ave, bet Grant and Van 

Buren. G. 
Meyer Joseph, lab, bds Boutreur House. 
Meyer Lewis, lab, bds Boutreur House. 
Meyer Marl, lab, bds Boutreur House. 
Meyor Valentin, carpenter, bds EJ. Eickemeyer. 
llloyers James, lab, w s 2d. 3. 
Meyers Jacob, lab, bds Wyandotte House. 
Jloyers John, sawyer, Wutrous Bros. & Co, 
Meyers John G., lab, e s 3d. 4. 
lileyers Louis, wks AVatrous Bros. & Co. 
Michaud Louis, lab, o s Frazer, bet 12th and 13th. 2. 
Micheloe Louis, lab, wks William Peter. 
Milhollen John, "wks Albert Miller. 

Kid Gloves at III. & II. Koch & Co's. 

Millard Alvuh, shoemaker, bds Charles Millard. 

Millard Charles, slioeniaker, bds Wolverton House. 

Millard A. J., tinsmith, bds Wolverton House. 

^lillurd Charles 11., shoemaker, w s Grant, bet 1st and 2d. 3. 

Miller Albert, n c cor 31st and Fremont ave. 3. 

Miller Albert, manuf'r and dealer in lumber, lath, salt mill, 
w s Water, bet 30th and 32d. 10. 

Miller Albert W., lumberman, res n e cor 30th and 4tb. G. 

Miller Albert W., salesman, Bancroft & Co., res 7th, bet Jack- 
son and Van Buren. 3. 

Miller Alvin, shoemaker, W. H. Nellis, bds Wolverton House. 

Miller Andrew (,Richards, Miller & Co.), res n e cor 31st and 
Mary Ann. 5. 

Miller A., foreman, res w s Annie, nr Campbell. 5. 

Miller Charles, sawyer, res s e cor 22J and Williams. 4. 

Miller Charles, shoemaker, wks W. H. Nellis, res Grant, betlst 
and 2d. 

Miller Miss Elizabeth, dressmaker, lives Mrs. Sarah Mullia, cor 
9tli and Adams. 

Miller Frederick, bar-tender W. Kurzrork. 

Miller Francis, millwright, res w s Grant, bet 10th and 11th. 5. 

Miller G. N., machinist, Munn & Co. 



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Miller Henry, wks McGraw & Co. «. 

Miller Miss Helen, bds J. J. Miller. ' ,'^ 

Miller Henry, cooper, res s s 14tli, bet Fraser and Fitzhiigh. 7. 

Miller Hugh, wks Cliapin & Barber. 

Miller H. H., sawyer, bds Taylor House. 

Miller James, mill owner, res n w cor Adams und 8th. 7. 

Miller James J., lumberman, res e s Broadway, bet 20th and ^, 
21st. 4. '"■ 

Miller James, bds Wm. Henry Charter. 

?.Iiller Mrs. Jane (wid), res w s Wash'n, bet 7th and 8th. 3. 

Miller Jeremy T., physician, bds C. E. Merrill. 

Miller Jesse M., justice of tlie peace, oflice AVater st, cor Slst, 
res cor Fremont ave and Lafayette. 4. 

Miller John, porter, Fraser House. 

jMiller Joseph, lab, res s w cor 1st and Jolinson. U. 

Miller J., wks Folsom & Arnold. 

Miller L. M., bookkeeper Albert ftlill, bds Jess- M. Miller, Fre- 
mont ave. 

Miller Miss Rebecca, home with Thomas O'Donnell. 

Miller Miss Sarah, Avks L. L. Culver. 

l>utroni:ce tlio " Boss " Clothiers, L.ittlc Jake & Co. 

Miller Thomas, lab, bds li. Barlow. 

Miller William H. (W. H. Miller & Co.), res b ecor Van Buren 

and 7th. 4. ' - . ,. 

]\rillor William II., toll colloctor, rc8 n e cor Bowery and 

21st. 5. 
Miller W. H. & Co., (I. Y. Manning), hardware merchants, e a 

Water, bet 3d and 4th. 
Mills John, sailor, res n s 17th, bet Howard and AVater. 7. 
Mills Joseph, Comique Theatre, n s 3d, bet AVater and Sagi- 

]iaw, res Park's block, Water. 3. 
. Mimibrd Charles, lab, bds Barclay Iloust'. 
Minaker Ervin, carpenter and joiner, bds Mrs. Margaret 

Bathgait. 
Minnerwise Miss Louisa, wks Golden Eagle Hotel. 
Minnie Dominick, engineer, res s w cor 1st and Farragnt. C. 
Minnie John, 2d engineer, steamer "Salina," res s s 1st, bet 

Farragnt. 5. 
Mino Henry, shoemaker, P. AA''alther & Bro., res AA^niona. 
Misel August, drayman, res ss 10th, bet Jelferson and Mad- 
ison. G. 
Misel El-nest, teamster, res e s Jackson, bet 10th and 11th. 4.. 
Mitchell Hyman, elk, bds Mrs. M. A. IJrchnier. 
Mitchell Hynian, elk, Schott & Co. 



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^',1 MiJchc'llJolin, edger, works William Peter, res cor 12th and 
hm. Water. 2. 

Mitcliell ^VilliaIn, carpenter, res w 8 Birney, bet 4th and 

6th. ;j. 
Uitcliall Capt. Wm., coal dealer, res 31(i Wash'n. 4. 
Mitts Alex., carpenter, bds J. T. Aikins. 
Ilix James, lircman, Barber & Chapin. 

Mix James A., lab, res n s Mercer, bet Belinda and Dolsen. 3. 
Mix If. B., wks Barber & Chapin. 
Mix Oscar, engineer, i-cs e s Belinda, bet Longtin and 

Ketchnm. ^. 
Mix Samuel T., lab, res n s Ketchum, \v s Belinda. 2. 
Moisel William, Avks Pitts & Cranage. 

MoUlonhaucr Frederic, lab, e side Madison, bet i;Uh and 14th. 4. 
Moldenhaner If., works Albert Miller. 
Molenhauer Henr}-, lab, res w s Wilson, bet iiOth and Freniont 

ave. o. 
Molharin Thomas, lab, Stanstead House. 
.Molloy Alex, lab, e side, bet 34th and 35th. 7. 
Monday Miss Nellie, waitress Delmonico Bestaurant. 

Scurfs and Tics nt IVI. & II. Kocli &. Co's. 

Monks Richard, engineer I'radley's mill, res 4''23 n e cor Bow- 
ery and IGth. Z. 

Monn Robert, machinisl. Bay City iron Works, bds V. M.' 
Prescott. 

Monroe Albert, millwright, n e cor Jefiersou and 10th. 

Monroe Ciiarles W., lumber inspector, w side ^Vfadison, bet 
10th and 11th. Ji. 

.Monroe E. L,, wks McGraw & Co. 

Stonroe Mrs. Susan (wid Randy), n e cor Jefferson and lOtli. 

Monroe William, lumber inspector, n e cor Jefferson and 10th. 

Monroe W. K., lumber inspector. 

Mont John P., wks J. Shearer & Co., res w Saginaw, bet 1st 
and Woodsrde ave.. 4. 

Monte Alexander, lab, wks I. McEwan, bds F. Lafountaiu. 

>fonterman Wm., shoemaker, bds P. Walther. 

Montgomery W. C, wks Pitts & Cranage. 

^loutle Charles, fireman AVebster & Bro's. saw-mill, res n s 
21st bet Howard and Williams. 4. 

Moore Andrew, cooper^ res s s Water, bet lielinda and John- 
son. G. 

Moore Charles E., elk Wallace & Son, bds Globe Hotel. 

Moore Charles L., carp, res s s 33d, e of F. & P. M. R, R. 3. 
i Moore Edward, lab, bds Francis T^orian. 

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Moore Frederick, carpenter, e s Van Buren, bet 3cl and 4th. 4* 
Moore Henry C, e side Washington, bet 3d and 4th. 5. 
Moore Israel S., contractor at Hitchcock and Ingrahams. 
Moore John, lab, bds Thomas lloach. 
Moore John, foreman, salt block Dolsen, Chapin & Bro. 
Moore J., ^vk3 Dolsen, Chapin & Bro. 
Moore Louis, wks Dolsen, Chapin Jiro. 

Moore AValter. res n s 1st, bet Grant and Van Buren. 5. ^^ 
Moran Mrs. Euphcmia, dress-maker, res e s McClellan, bet 6tbi' 
and 7th. 3. 4 

Morau Wm., lab, s s 39th, bet 3d and 4th. 2. 
Morehead Samuel, lab, bds Mrs. C. Taitte. 7;^;'^ 

More Andrew, cooper, Folsom & Arnold. '*'^' 

More Lewis, cooper, Chapin & Barber. '***"; 

Mores Philo, wks and bds W. W. Grant. 

Morgan Dawson, lab, s s , bet 34th and 35th. 5. 

Moi'ganstearn William, musician, bds Josephine Emrich. 
Morn John, wks Dolsen, Chapin & Bro. 

Morris Frank, lab, bds James Gibbons. ''■"' 

Morris George, lab, bds Luther Slade. ' 

Morris Joseph, lab, bds James Gibbons. 

Little Jake & Co. Undersell Everybody. 

Morrisette jMrs. (wid Joseph), w s 3d, bet 33d and 34th. 3. 
Morrison Archie, fireman, res n s s Centre, bet 1st and 2d. 3.,„ 
Alorrison Miss Catharine, wks 1{. J. Carney. 
Morrison Mrs. Catharine (wid Patrick), res e s Fitzhugh, bet 

13th and 1 4th. 2. 
Morrison Charles, "wks Watrous Bros. & Co. 
Morrison Miss Christina, tailoress, bds M. Richardson. 
Morrison Duncan, lab, bds William J. Daniels. 
Morrison Duncan, sawyer, wks Watrous Bros & Co. 
Morrison D., lab, wks AVebster & Bro. 
Morrison Miss Jose})hinc, tailoress, res 8th, bet Saginaw and 

Washington. 
Morrison Miss Mary J., chambermaid, Delmonico restaurant. 
Morrison William Potter, res s e cor Jefferson and 10th. 2. 
Morrison P., Avks McGraw & Co. 
Morrison Frank, wks Chapin & Barber. 
Morse George, carp, s e cor 21st and Howard. 4. 
Morse George W., carp, wks Webster & Bros. 
Morse John A. J., jeweler, e 3 Water, bet 5th and Cth, bds St. 

James llestaurant. 
Morse John A. J., jeweler, rooms 17 and 18 Watson blk. 4. 
Morton Deles, carp, bds J. Morton. 



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Morton John W., principal teacher 2d wiird school, bda Mrs. 
Knapp, Water, bet 10th and 11th. 

Morton Joshua, carp, n e cor Fremont ave and Wilson. 4. 

Morton Wm., wks McGraw & Oo. 

Mosel Paul, lab, e s Sheridan, bet 15th and 10th. G. 

Moscll Wui., Avks Gates & Fray. 

Moses Benjamin, carp, bds Peter L. Rogers. 

Mosher Miss Estella, res w side Fraser, bet l-lth and 15th. 

Mosher (^eorge ]j., lumberman, bds h'raser House. 

Mosher Miss Afary (or .Matio), res Fraser, bet l-lth and 15th. 

Moss Edward C, carriage maker, shop so cor 33d and s Water. 

Moss Joseph, clerk, res Watci', bet 1st and 2d. 2. 

Moss Lewis, lab, res w s Jeft'erson, bet istand Woodside ave. o. 

Moss Richard, b:)rber, S. N. Rrazz^'ltou, bds !Sr. James restau- 
rant. 

Mosuro Samuel, lab, w s 3J, bet Johnson and Birney. :i. 

Moulthrop Clark, lumber merchant, res cor Centre and Farra- 
gut. 3. 

Moultiirop Mrs. Mary E. (wid Grannis^ res 200 Jefferson, bet 
4th and 5 th. 4. 

Maxwell James, millwright, wks Shearer & Co. 

Lowest Prices at M. & II. Koch & Co's. 



Maxon M. L., lab, wks Smith & AVheeler. 

Mrogenskie George, lab, wks Shearer & Co. 

Mucha Powell, lab, wks William Peter. 

Mndlbrd Charles, lab, bds M. S. Meagher. 

Mudge Sylvester, engineer,re3e s Madison, bet 11th and 12th. 3. 

Muldey Edward, machinist, Munn & Co. 

Muldoon Michael, Avks McGraw & Co. 

Mulhall James, lab, res w s 2d. 3. 

Mullaue Cornelius, lab, res e s cor Jefferson and Uth. 0. 

Mullen Eliza, wks Charles C. Fitzhugh. 

Mullen , elk Supe & Rademaciier, bds C. E. Schumm. 

Muller Adam, prop saloon, AVater, bet lltb and 12th. 2, 
Mnllin Miss Maria, lives with Mrs. Sarah MuUin, cor 9th and 

Adams. 
Mnllin Mrs. Sarah (wid AVilliam), res s o cor 9th and Adams. 
MulhoUand John, book-keeper 1st Nat'l bank, res Wash'n, bet 

7th and 8th (or bds Mrs. J. Eaton). 
Mullholland John, elk, bds Jacob D. Eaton. 
MulhoUand John, wks A. Miller, bds Crampton House. 
MulhoUand William, lab, bds John Ilanliu. 
Mulroy Miss Kittie, waitress. Eraser House. 
Mundy Edwin V., head salesman Miller & Co. 



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Mundav George, cooper, res e s Dolson, bot Woodside avo and 
Water. 3. 

Munday Joseph, lab, wks Hitchcock & fngrahani, res e s Wil- 
liams, bet 29th uud HOth. 2. 

Miindy Kobcrt V., elk AV. IL Miller & Cu. 

Mundy Wellington, wks Hitchcock & Ingraham. 

Mungcr A. S., res 310 e s Madison, bet 3d and 4th. 

Munger Curtis, dry-goods merchant, res 314 ^^Eadisoii, bet 3d 
and 4th. 2. 

j\Iunger Mian ]\Ielona, lives Curtis Munger. 

Munger & Co. (Algenon S. Mungcr, Curtis Munger, Edwin H. 
Ikissett, and Jesse F. Iiomer), general dry-goods and car- 
pels, 205, 207 Centre. 

]\f unyau Horace F., elk, res w s Water, bet s Centre and 3r)tb. 3. 

Munn Charles 11., elk, bds Frastr House. 

.Munn Frank C., machinist, Munn & Co. 

^hum George H., book-keeper, Muuu & Co., bds T. Munn. 

Munn Thomas, mechanic, s e cor Sherman and 12th. G. 

Munn Thomas (Munn & Co.), res cor 12tli and Farragut. 

Munn & Co. (Thomas Munn and ), mauufrs of mill 

machinery, shop s w cor lith and Washington. 

One Price to all at Little Jalie & Co'h. 



Munoan H. F., agt Johnson & Lewis' grocery, res Water, bet 
s Centre and 37tli. 

IttUNKO ALEXANDER €., cigars, tobaco, fruits and con-' 
fectionery, w s Water, bet 3d and 4tl). 

Munro George, deputy supt. water works, res n e cor 1st and 
Jackson. 4. 

Munro Miss Eunice, home with George 3Iunro. 

Munro Abiram, aged, res s e cor Jefferson and Woodside uve. 2. 

]\Iunroe George H., sail-maker, shop AVater, bet 2d and 3d, res 
n \v cor 1st and !Monroe. 4. 

Munson Phil, wks i\IcGra\v & Co. 

Munson Samuel, lab, wks Shearer & Co. 

Mnrdock Miss Minnie, bds Samuel Murdock. 

Murdock Samuel, capt, e s Grant, bet 3d and 4tli. :.'. 

Murke G., wks INIcGraw <ft Co. 

Murphy A. C, elk 11. K. Jones. 

Murphy James, lab, bds A. Porter. 

^Murphy John, saw-maker W. Ward, bds Dr. liogart, e s Wash- 
ington, bet 10th and 11th. 

Murphy John, lab, n e cor Munro and 10th. 2. 

Murphy ilatiiew, lab, bds Peter Knodal. 

Murphy Martin, building mover, res w a Madison, bet 3d und 
4th. 2. 



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Miirpliy Miss Mary, wks Alfred Kith. 

Murphy M., wks Folsom & Arnold. 

ilurphy Patrick, saloon-keeper, e s Broadway, bet Kith and 

17tb. 2. 
.\[urphy Peter, lab, bds 117 Adams. 

ilurphy Thomas, mason, e s Munroe, bet 10th and 11th. i. 
iliirphy Thomas, hib, bds James A. Little. 
Murray Adoirani J., lab, res e end Water, e s McEwaii's mill. 2, 
.Murray Augustus, lab, res s s Campbell. 1). 
Murray A., wks Folsom & Arnold. 
Murray Edgar, wks J. McEwan. 

Murray Edward, lab, res s s 14:th, bet Eraser and Barney. 5. 
ilurray John, bds Forest City House. 
J .Murray Louis, wks Eolsoin & Arnold, res s e cor Water and 

Lincoln, i.*. 

.Murray , wks Eolsom & Arnold. 

Murry Thomas J., elk Steamboat Saloon and restaurant, Bridge 

blk, 3d, res cor 2d and Adams. 
Muscha Francis, lal), wks AVilliam Peter. 
Muscha John, lab, wks William Peter, 
ilusgrove Thomas, carriage-maker, bds John O'Brien. 

Only one I»rice ait M. &. II. Kocli & Co's. 

Musiat lakup, lab, res s s 18th, bet Eraser and . 4. 

Muyllc E. C, ins agt, ollice Opera House. 

Myers Charles, carpenter, res s w cor Eraser and 22d. 2. 

Myers Charles, carpenter, bds J\[rs. Zulema Myers. 

-Myers (ieorge, lab, res w s . '6. 

Myers Hattie, cook, Anscombe House, bds same. 

Myers John, lab, wks William Peter. 

Myers JMrs. Zulema (wid Peter), res n w cor Eraser and 22d. 4. 

Myerson Chas., shingle-maker, res c s 3d, bet 38th and 39th. 2. 

Myres Mrs. Annie (wid John Myres), res s w cor Howard and 

19th. 3. 
Myres Augustus F. L., police, res cor Monroe and 3d. 3. 
Myres Frederick A., constable, res s c cor Monroe and 3(1. 3, 
Myres John, lab, bds Joseph Pollehn. 
Myres William, butcher, res 11th. 

N. 

Nabcrt August M.. wagon-maker, res w a Adams, bet 10th audi 

11th. 
Nabert Mrs. Christina (wid August), res w s Adams, bet 10th 

and 11th. 2. 

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523 BAY CITY DIRECTORY. 

Nadon Auguste, wks Pitts & Cranage. 

Nagel Lawrence, lab, n e cor Van Biiren and 3d. 6. 

Nugle Francis, lab, s side otli, bet Pendleton and Chase. 4. 

Nagle Richard, jobber, bds Francis Nagle. ^^. 

NarroAvs Josepli, tinsmitii, res n e cor 4th and Jackson. 3. '^ 

Nar\ciskie Peter, head sawyer on gang, works Shearer & Co. 

Nason Jeremiah, sawyer, res s e cor Broadway and 3d. G. a 

Nash J. W„ lab, bds Jones A. Little. " 4 

Nasii William, pail manufacturer, res s e cor Marsac and 
32d. G. 

Nathan Isaac, peddler, res w s Saginaw, bet 9th and 10th. 2. 

Naymaids Miss Alyina, wks Charles W. Webb. 

Nay Wm., lab, w side Kossuth, near McGraw mills. 3. 

Neal Charles, ca|)t steam barge "Hannah," nw cor Van Buren, 
bet 8th and 'Jth. 2. 

Nebettar, Henry, lab, works Shearer & Co. 

Neckle Valentine, brewer, res w s Saginaw, bet 9th and 10th. 10. 

Necdhain James T., engineer A. Van Meter, res n w cor How- 
ard and 24th. 4. 

Nects Louis, lab, wks William Peter. 

Nehuson Lucy, wks W. D. Marsh. 

Largest Stock iu tlie State at L.ittle Jake's. 



Neidham James, lumberman, bds Wolverton House. 

Neil Joseph, lumber agent bds Andrew Johnson. 

Neill Christopher, machinist, bds 117 Adams. 

Neill Henry, wks Shearer & Co., bds J. Howell. 

Neitzer Kudolph, lab, res s s 12th, s end of Saginaw. 5. 

NELLI8 WILLIAM II., boot and shoe dealer, 30G Water, 
bet 4th and 5th, res s w cor 3d and Grant. 

Nellis Nelson, lumber iuspector, res w s Van Buren, bet 6th 
and 7th. G. 

Nelson Charles, painter, bds Chatham House. 

Nelson D. P., lab, bds Washington. 

Nelson Henderson (col), head waiter, Fraser House. 

Nelson Daniel, lab, wks Shearer & Co. 

Nelty Frank, elk, bds Globe Hotel. 

Neman Jacob, lab, res s side 24th, bet Wilson and McCor- 
mick. G. 

Nemitz William, lab, res n e cor Fremont uve and Lafayette. 4. 

Nenkay Emilia, wks J. Wald. 

Nesbitt John, engineer, Wm. Peter, res e s Howard, bet 19th 
and 20th. 4. 

Ness Amos, engineer, tug "Haight," bds Delmonico Restau- 
rant. 



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Ncster John, saloon propr, res s w cor X*d and Grant. 2. 

Ncvells Nelson, bds S. llickey. 

.Vevill Albert D., sawjer, Shearer & Co., res w s Saginaw, bet 

1st and AVoodside ave. 3. 
Xevins Thomas, lab, bds 11. Barlow. 
Neufjent Edward, lumber inspector, res e s Adams, bet Gth 

and 7th. '3. 
Newbery Edward, bds C E. Schiiman. 
NEWCOMER ALEllEI) H., groceries, provisions, crockery, 

and glassware, ess Water, bet 30th and 31st, res ess 

AVater, bet 32d and 33d. 4. 
NEWKIRK CHARLES T., physician (al.), Campbell blk, 

city dispensary cor 3d and Water, res e side Adams, bet 

10th and 11th. 5. 
Newkirk Edward, vessel agent and broker, office room 12 

Watson block, res w s Bowery, bet 14th and 15th. 5. 
Newman Ferdinand, lab, res s w cor 15th and Farragut. 2. 
Newman John, wks McGraw & Co. 

Newman Eichard, baker, res e s Saginaw, bet 7th and 8th. 7. 
Newman William, wks J. McEwan, res e end Water, e Mc- 

Ewan's mill. 3. 

Silk Wrappers and Drawers at M. & 11. Koeli & €o'8. 

Newton Liger, lab, bds Patrick JrcDonald. 

Newzcler J., Avks Folsom & Arnold. 

Newzeller llir., wks Folsom & Arnold. 
[§ Mich OodiVey, carpenter, s o cor 31st and Mary Ann. 4. 

Nicckel Charles, carpenter, res w s Lincoln ave, bet Gth and 
,j 8 th. 0. 

:'. Nicholas John, lab, bds William Nicholas. 

Nicholas Mrs. Mary (wid Charles), res n s 5th, bet Lincoln 
and Birney. 

Nicholas Wm., carpenter, n side 5th, bet Lincoln and Birney. 2. 

Nichols A. C, dentist, bds Globe Hotel. 

Nichols Geo./ boiler maker, e side Slierman, bet 10th and 11th. 

Nichols Jos., boiler maker, e side Sherman, bet 10th and 11th. 

Nichols Peter, salt packer, res s w cor Van Bnren and Wood- 
side avenue. G. 

Nicholson James, tailor, res 16th. 

Nicholson James, tailor, res s s 19tb, bet Howard and Wil- 
liams. 3. 

Nicholson Mrs. Zermah, (wid EUjah), res s a 4th, bet Wash- 
ington and Saginaw. 

Nicholson Charles A., elk, bds Mrs Zermah Nicholson. 

Nickalays Augustus, wks Dolsen, Chapin & Bro. 



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Nickel Adam, carpenter, res s e cor Jackson and 8th. 5. 
Nickel Valentine, prop'r Eagle lirewery, e s Water, cor 10th, 

res Sagina\v. 10. 
Nickel AVm. P., lab, bds J. McKiunon. 

Nickels Frederick, harness-maker, wks Thomas Luxton. ;. 
Nickels Gustavus, lab, res s s Mercer, bet Dolsen and Belinda. 6.. 

Nickerson II., lab, works 

Nickless Wm. IL, carpenter, res 5th, bet Lincoln and Birney. 2., 
Nicoldson Mrs. Olara, , res -Ith, bet Washington and Sag- 

inaM'. 
Nicoldson Chark'S, elk C li. Hawley & Co., bds !Mrs. Olara 

Nicoldson. 
Nigle Henry, carp, res w s Madis;)n, bet 8th and Oth. 4. 
Nitz Jjonis, lab, n e cor IGth and l)arney. ti. 
Nik'S S. D., lumber inspector. 
Ninkey Miss Omelia, wks John Wald. 
Nixon John, lab, bds 0. Grondin. 

Nizzelt George, bar-tender, res e side Jackson, bet 3d and 4th. 
Noat Patrick P., saloon, res Water, bet 11th and 12th. 5. 
Noeske Albert, lab, res n s 12th, bet Madison and ]\Ionroe. 3. 
Nolan James, lab, bds James A. Little. 

^'o Buutcrin;; ut Liittlc Jakc'ti. 

Nolan James, painter, bds Forest City House. 

Nolan Pat., lab, bds J. A. Little. 

iVolan Thomas, wks ^1. W'atrous »li: Sons, res n s 40th, nr 

Kossulh. 3. 
N^oles .1.. lab., bds Jonathan Smitli. 
Nolton T. C, wks Webster & Bros. 
Noonan Edward, boiler-maker, res w s Monroe, bet 8th and 

9th. 8. 
Norguiig John, teamster, res bet Mercer and Water, c of 

Belinda. 2. 
Norrington Henry 11., banker, bds Eraser Ilonse. 
Norris James, lab, res w s Aladison, bet 1st and 2d. 2. 
Norris Joseph tinsmith, res cor 4th and Jackson. 
Norris Joseph ^V. S., elk S. Y. Wilkin, bds parents. 
Northen John, carpenter, bds William Ralph. 
North ]\lis3 I^lary, home with Augustus E. L. Myers. 
North Western (Jas and Water Pii)e Com'y, c s Lord, w Annie. 
.N'orLon Alanson 10., machinist, Smalley Bro3. & Lewis, bds 

Billings, cor lUth and Water. 

Norton IF., lumber piler, Dolsen, Chapin & Bro. 

Norton Joseph, tinner, wks AValther & Co. , 



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Soud Mrs. Jane (wid James Noiul), deiiler in liquors, res cor 

2d and Water. 7. 
Nowarlv John, lab, res n w cor IGth and Lincoln ave. 2. 
Nowicki Peter, Nowicki Saloon, n w cor 1st and Wash'n. 2. 
Nowlton Robert, tallyman, bds 0. W. Monroe. 
Nowrak James, lab, res s e cor 15th and Sheridan. 5. 
Noyes Leman E., lumber merchant, res cor Centre and 

Grant. 3. 
Noyes & Barnum, commission lumber dealers, office over cor 

n Water and Centre. 
Nugent E. B., lumber inspector. 
Nusselt Mrs. Elizabeth (wid John Nusselt). res e s Jackson, bet 

:kl and 4th. G. 

O. 

Oatraan Francis, millwright, bds mother, Mrs. Sarah Oatmau. 
Oatman Mrs. Sarah (wid Myron), res n w cor Marsac and 

:iGth. 3. 
Oakcs George W., manager Star Clothing House, res w s Jeflfer- 

son, bet 8th and 'Jth. 2. 

Oniy otic I'rice at M. Ac II. Koeli & Co'ij. 



Oategeham C, wks Folsom & Arnokl. 

Outogcham G., Avks Eolsom & Arnold. 

Obaloll John, laiUtr, ri-s n w cor Van Biiren and -ilh. 2. 

Oborgfall John, taiUjr, res (!or 4th and Van Buren. 

Obey Charles, bar-tender, Montreal House. 

O'Brien G., wks Folsom & Arnold. 

O'Brien Jerr}^ wks Hitchcock & Ingraham. 

O'Brien John, lab, bds Francis Volk. 

O'Brien itlichael, millwright, res n e cor 11th and Sheridan. 5... 

O'Brien Miss Bridget, chambermaid. Eraser House. 

O'Brien Miss Catharine, wks Barclay House. 

O'Brien MissOatharine, works M. S. Meagher, 

O'Brien Miss Kate, chambermaid Eraser House. 

O'Brien Miss Sarah, wks J. Archibald. 

O'Brien William, carpenter, w side Van Buren, bet 8th and 

9th. G. 
O'Brien William, ibreman molder Smalley Bros. «t Lewis, res 

s w cor 15th and Fil;;liiigh. 2. 
Ochtan Gcrritt, lab, res s e Sherman, bet 15th and IGth. 5. 
O'Connor Hauiel, clerk, bds Patrick KiidulK 
O'Connor Edward, merchant, res cor Centre and Monroe. 4.. 
O'Connor J., wks Dolsen, Chapiu & Bro. 



526 BAT CITY DIRECTORT. 

O'Connor M., works Folscorn & Arnold. 

O'Connor Michael, engineer, res w s Lincoln, bet Ketchum 
and "Woodside ave. 3. 

O'Connor Thomas, wks Folscom & Arnold, bds Martin Roche. 

O'Connor Thos., sample rooms, and eating-house, and wood- 
yard, w s Water, w end 28d. 

O'Connor Timothy, engineer, res w s Lincoln, nr Ketchum. i, 

O'Connor William, riverman, res w s Jefferson, bet Ist and 
Woodside ave. 4. 

O'Connor Wm., sash-maker, bds Mrs. M. Bathgait. 

O'Connor William, lab, wks Smith & Wheeler. 

Odie John, grocer, bds Cumberland House. 

O'Donald Thomas, wks Pitts & Cranage. 

O'Donnell Barnabas, lab, bds Francis Dorian. 

O'Donnell John, lab, bds Mrs. C. Taittc. 

O'Donnell Charles, lab, bds Jonathan Smith. 

O'Donnell Thomas, barge owner, res e s Broadway, bet 30th 
and 31st. 3. 

Odway Maxy, teamster, res s s 1st, cor of Farragut. 2. 

O'Flarity Michael, machinist, res e s Fitzhugh, bet 12th and 
13th. 4. 

Interview the ^'Boss" Clothiers, Little Jalio &, Co. 

O'Flynn Cornelius, bar-tender, T. O'Connor, bds Centre House 

Ogan William, lab, res n w cor 4th and Water. 4. 

Oglie T/.onard, lab, res n s 18th, e of F. & P. M. railroad. 3. 

Oghe Mrs. Sophia, res n sl.Mh, bet Adams and Washington. 3. 

Ograchy Thomas, hostler (John Ilanlin), bds John Ilanlin. 

Ogny Miss Minnie, wks Mrs. A. McDowell. 

O'Haran James, lab, bds P. Barlow. 

O'Hare Patrick, fireman water works, res w 8 Dolsen, bet 

Water and Woodside ave. G. 
O'llary Margaret, wks M. Watrous, 
O'llearing Jerry, lab, bds James Gibbons. 
Oldman tharles, wks Albert Miller. 
O'Leary Edward, elk P. Kilduff. 

O'Leary James, carp, res e s Wilson, bet 25th and 26th. 5. 
Olen Alfi-ed, foreman Bradley's salt blk, w s Fraser, bet 16th 

and 17th. 3. 
Oleson Oliver, barnman Globe Hotel. 
Olin A. B., foreman, salt wks, N. B. Bradley & Co. 
Olin David, lab, res e s Fitzhugh, bet 15th and 16th. 6. 
Olleson Peter, lab, bds Intenuitional Hotel. 
Olmstead Lewis, mokler, res e s Grant, bet 1st and 2d. 4. 
O'Laughlin Henry, wks Gates & Fay, bds Julia Leonard. 



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O'Lauglilin L., wks Folsom & Arnold. 

Oloughlin Mary, dress and cloak making, shop over Ban- 
croft & Co.'s store, bds same. 

O'Loughlin Michael, engineer, bd3 Julia Leonard. 

O'Longhlin ^Miss ]\Iary, dress and cloak maker, rooms Opera 
House blk. 

O'Loughlin Terence, wks Chapiu & Barber, bds Andrew 
Daly. 

O'Laughlin Miss May, home with Andrew Daly. 

O'Mealy G. IL, sawyer, wks Webster & Bros. 

Omlay Miss Mary, wks Albert Vanetten. 

O'Neil Benjamin, book-keeper, E. J. Drake & Son. 

O'Neil Joseph, lab, bds Robert Barlow. 

O'Neil Thomas, lab, bds Ontario House. 

O'Neil William, lab, res c s Marsac, bet 24th and 35th. 7. 

Ooteghem Connil D., lab, res n c cor Annie and Woodside 
avenue. 8. 

Opcnhiem Abraham, peddler, res o side Monroe, bet 7th .and 
8th. 6. 

Orcutt Wesley, carpenter, res w 8 Adams, bet 10th and 11th. 3. 

Orft John, wks Albert Miller. 

Cioodti Marked in Plain Figures at OT. & U. KocSi & Co's. 

OTliley Miss Josephine, tailoress, bds J. Styningcr. 

OTviley Miss Margaret, wks Ontario House. 

O'Uook James, lab, bds Washington House. 

Orton Benjamin F., hardware merchant, s w cor Water and 

4th, res Monroe, cor 4tli. 
Orton Chester B., collector Ist national bank, bds J. D. Eaton. 
Orton Charles F., lumber inspector, res s s 0th, bet Johnson 

and Tuscola plank. 4. 
Osborn Benjamin A., mechanic, res n s 3d, bet Jackson & 

Monroe. 3. 
Osborn Capt. J., tug owner, bds Wolverton House. 
Osborn John, l;;b, w s Kossuth, nr McGrath's mill. 4. 
O'Shaugnessey Patrick, lab, res n s nth, bet Pendleton and 

Trumbull. 4. 
O'TOOLE PATllICK WILLIAM, (reg) physician, otFice 

room No. 11 v\ utson blk. Water, res cor 10th and Grant. G. 
Ouelletto C!harles, joiner, btlw Denis Rivet. 
Ouelletto Joseph, lab, res w s Howard, bet 20tli and 2lat. 8. 
Ouellette Pierre, lab, s c cor Eraser and Bowery. 4. 
Overlel John, tailor, res cor 4th and Van Burcn. 3. 
Overhalt Jirock, engineer, Hitchcock & Ingraham, res o s 

River, bet 8 Centre and 3Gth. 5. 



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Owen John M., pattern-maker, Smalley Bros. & Lewis, bds D. 

Ilallock. 
Owen Miss Mary, lives A. AV. Miller. 

P. 

Paddock Koberfc L., commission, res 204: Wash'n. 4. 
Padenge Miss Bertha, wks Charles Siefert. . 

Padley Richard, res s w cor 5tli and Jefferson. 3. ' | 

Paeley Hiclmrd, res s s 15th, cor Jefferson. I}. 
Page George, lab, bds Avery Leonard. 
Page i\Ioses j\r., iiler, res s e cor 30th and Broadway. 2. 
Paine Fred D., elk, \V. IL Nellis, bds Globe Hotel. 
Pahnke Fred'k, lab, res n e cor Fremont ave and Lalayetle. 5. 
Palmer Abner A., plasterer, bels 117 Adams. 
Palmer Frank K, tel opr, F. & P. U. R. R, Portsmonth sta- 
tion, bds W. A. Chapman. 
Palmer Geo., millwright, s s 11th, bet Van Biireu and Grant. 3. 
Palmer Jerome A., contractor, res n e cor 3d and s Centre. 2. 
Palmer Kichard, mason, res e s Barney, bet 0th and 7th. 5. 
Palmer "Walter, stone mason, bds Geo. Beard. 

ILitSlc Jake &. to., Wisiicr Block. 



Pangl)urn Joseph, engineer, bds J. Dugra. 

Pangbnru ^L. engineer, wks Shearer & Co. 

Papillon Midd Maiie, wks Akx. Villaire. 

Papillon Miss »Sarah, Mks Alex. V'illairo. 

Papineau Miss yo])hie, wks Louis Alasse. 

Paqnet Francis, Lib, rrs w s Howard, bet :;'Otb and ::21st. 2. 

Paquet Henry, lab, res w s Howard, bet '-^Oth and ^Ist. 2. 

Parant Lewis, lab, bds John ^Livel. 

Parent George, bds 1j. Menard. 

Parent Louis N., carpenter, reses Fraser, bet loth and IGth. 8. 

Parish Clark AV^. (J'^llswoith & Parish), res n s Dth, bet Adams 

and JerHersou. 3. 
Parish Mrs. Mary (wid Loiiis^ res e s A'an Buren, bet 1st and 

Woodside ave. ;.*. 
Park Edward, b'ge owner, res s w uor -Ith and Adams. 4. 
Parks Miss Emma, Avaiter, Fraser House. 
Parker & Lloyd (AVm. Parker and Isaac Lloyd), iurniture 

manuf'rs. Centre, bet hiaginaw and Wash'n, res w s 

Adams, bet Gth and ith. 
Parker J[. C, wks McCJraw it Co. 

l^arker William (Parker & Lloyd), res C!jr Grant and 4th. 5. 
Parker AVilliam. bar-lender, Barclay Jloube. 



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15AV cm DIUKCXOUY. 5^9 

I'armcly James J., millwriglit, Folsom & ArnuKI, ros u s Water, 

bet Lincoln & Johnson. 
l*urnici' Cieorgo II., lab, res e s Saginaw, bet ."jth and Centre. U. 
I'ethcrick John S., shoemaker, shop o s Saginaw, bet ath and 

(Centre, res cor 7th and Birney. 'J. 
I'arnK'r George AV^, milhvrigiit, res o s Farragut, bet 13th and 

Uth. ;j. 
i'urret Joseph, salt boiler Folsom »S:. Arnold, res e s Sherman, 

bet AVater and Campbell. 0. 
I'arr Miss Lizzie, milliner, bds Wm. Itamsay. 
I'arr Miss Ella, wks AVm. LeBeau. 
I'arsell IJobert L., elk Shaw & Hall, bds John Sharp. 
Parshee ^fathew, yardman Fraser House. 
Par ten folder llev. J. Ilenry 1*,, Lutheran minister, res s e cor 

ilonroo and Gth. ;}. 
Partoe Henry, lab, -vvks Shearer & Co. 
Partridge ]\Iiss Kittie, lives W. Sullivan. 
Partridge Thomas, works Whipple. Parmley & Co. 

Partridge Thomas, lab, res s w cor 31st and . '^. 

Partridge Timothy L., firm N. W. (J as and Water i^ipe Co., bds 

Campbell House. 

Ukocli Ai Co., CiieiieNCC St., opiiu^ite Bancroft ISoiise. 

I'arsons Holmes, lab, res w s Kossuth, nr ]\rcGraw's mill. 7. 

Partikot George, wks McGraw & Co. 

i*ashey AndreM', wks A. ]\Iiller. 

Patterson Aretus, lab, res w s Grant, bet 1st and ^d. 0. 

Patriarcho Arthur, station agent 1). & B. C. R'y, res w s Mon- 
roe, bet 1st and 2(\. 3. 

Patterson liobert, lab, bds Charles Coy. 

Patterson William IK, dairy maiT, res e s Broadway, bet 24th 
and 25th. i. 

Paul Wm., lab, bds Mrs. C. Taitte. 

Paultha John, wks ^IcGraw & Co. 

Payne Alfred, Avks Folsom & Arnold, bds Mrs. Fmmu Yeo- 
man. 

Peark James, lab, res n w cor Saginaw and 11th. 4. 

Peaver James, lab, bds Intermitional Hotel. 

Peck Charles, lab, res n w cor Bowery and 22d. 4. 

Peck James E., printer C. C. Gustin, bds same. 

Peck Sylvester, engineer, res w s Dolsen, bet Water and 
AVoodside ave. 0. 

Peck AViliiam, wks Ciuipin & Barber. 

Pecker , salt ins})ector, n w cor Tith and Van Bnrcn. 4. 

Pock G. AV., salesman, bds (Campbell House. 

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BAY CITY DIKECTOKY. 



Pekett John, lab, bds John Johnson. 

Pelaski Martin, lab, wks "William Peter. 

Pelee Levi, blacksmith, bds John (j avoid. 

Peltier L., cook, res c s Jellerson, bet 1st and Woodsido ave. 2, 

Pelton John, lab, bds Corey House. 

Pendleton Thomas, bds 117 Adams. 

Pendleton & Stewart, painters, l)asenient 102 Water. ■ 

Peplynski Peter, lab, res e s Jetierson, bet iiOth and 21st. 3. 

Perkin Billings, edger, res s s oOtli, near Water. 0. 

Perkins Cyrns K., sailor, lives Cyrus Perkins. 

I'crkins Cyrub-, res e « McCormick, bet 20th and Fremont 

ave. 0. 
Perkins John, grocer, w b Jackson, bet 12th and 11th. 4. 
Perkins Henry, shingle-sawyer, w side ]\Iary Ann, bet 28th 

and 29th. 2. 
Perkins Levy, lab, wks Watrous Bro. & Co. 
Perkins Samuel J., sailor, lives Cyrus Perkins. 
Perkins Wm., wks McGraw & Co. 

Perrier (Jodfroy, teamster, e 8 Howard, bet 18th and 19th. 7. 
Perrin Ccorge, wks Hitchcock & Ingrahara. 
Penins Joseph, ship-carpenter, res e of ]\IcEwan's mill. 2. 

Utile Jake &. Co., "Boss" Clolhicrs of the State. 

PEIlllOTT rATRICK J., liveryman, stable w s Saginaw, 

bet 4th and nth, res Gil s Water, bet lltli and 12th. See, 

advt. 
Perry Elie E., cooper, n w cor Water and 40th. ;). 
Perry James B., sawyer, wks Hitchcock & Ingraham. 
Perry ]\Irs., res n e cor Adams and 8th. 2. 
Perry Sarauel, wks ]\Ic(lraw & Co. 
Persb James, lab, bds James Gibbons. 

Persons George W., lab, res w s Sherman, bet 14th and 15th 3. 
Persons George AV., lab, res o s Suginaw, bet 5th and Centre. 3. 
Peter Frit/., lab, n e cor 11th and Sherman. 7. 
Peter John, nvks Chapin & Barber. 
Peter William, lumberman, res Toledo, O., saw mill Water, 

foot of 12th. 
Petermorc Moses, carp, res w s Maroac, bet 25th and 26th. 8. 
Peters Henry, carp, res 12th, bet Grant and Van Buren. 3. 
Peters John, lab, bds Frederick Ilcinecke. 
Peterson John, lab, bds Corey House. 
Petery Philip, wks Smith i^ Wheeler, bds T. Bunert. 
Pctitgrow liador, saloon and boarding house, b s (JainpbcU. bet 

Lincohi and . 

IMielan Waltei-, wks M