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COLE & KEATING'S 



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FOR THE YEAR 1872, 



RESIDENTS, PROFESSIONS, OFFICIALS, BUSINESS FIRMS, 

MANUFACTORIES, PUBLICATIONS, CHURCHES, 

SCHOOLS, ORGANIZATIONS, CENSUS, 



BRIEF HISTORY OF THE CITY. 



COMPILKT) AND PUBLISHED BY 

JAMES M. COLE AND JOHN W. KEATING, 

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN. 



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INTRODUCTORY. 



In the compiling of this Directory, and the third since the 
inception of directories for our beautiful city, (the two first 
having been issued by strangers who were in the line of gathering 
statistics for gazetteers, etc.,) we naturally feel a little doubt, 
lest, like them, we may be found wanting in a full showing of 
the commercial and manufacturing interests, as well as in a full 
enumeration of our business community and private citizens. 
Vet, considering the inclement season of the year in which the 
canvass of the city had necessarily to be made, added to numer- 
ous changes in the way of removals, and many arrivals, since 
the compilation was completed, and delays of diverse natures; 
we are of the opinion that this volume will compare favorably 
with — if not excel, in its accuracy of names, as well as in many 
other respects, — any previous similar work issued for the city. 
And for such omissions and errors as would naturally creep into 
a compilation of this character, the publishers most respectfully 
crave the indulgence of an appreciative public. 

In the present volume the publishers have aimed to give the 
true business features of this growing city, with just enough in 
detail to represent the true excellence in its great plan or system 
of educational advantages, its future prospects in the great enter- 
prises of railroad communication — in actual operation and pros- 
pectively, — its stability in commercial affairs, as well as its 
adaptability to meet the desires of all who are looking for a neat 
and healthy city in which to rest from the tedium of over- 
crowded marts, and find an abiding place in which quiet, health 
and happiness await all who seek them. -* 



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The publishers would further say that they have attempted 
no great precision or style in detail, but simply to state in brief 
the facts as they appeared to warrant. Hence, we may justly 
remark that those who read the following pages will find each 
and every of the figures and illustrations given as they really exist. 
And in this connection we would modestly suggest to the City 
Fathers, an amendment in the more complete naming of streets, 
there being quite a number without names; and also, in the 
numbering of houses, as it has been observed that there were 
two of the same number, in many instances, on the same street, 
from the line of division. 

And finally, we take this time and place to tender to our 
numerous friends who have cordially given us information and 
other valuable assistance in compiling this Directory, our thanks 
and good wishes. That Ann Arbor has a live class of citizens, 
who are not only awake to their own successes, but "go in for the 
prosperity of the whole" is evidenced by their hearty support of 
whatever tends to the good of the city, to the extent of their 
ability. And that there are but few who " fail to see it in that 
light," is a matter of congratulation to the more active and 
enterprising portion. Yet, in conclusion, we wish them all the 
greatest amount of happiness and prosperity, and a long life of 

The Publishers. 



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ANN ARBOR CITY. 



HISTORY OF ITS EARLY SETTLEMENT. 

The Village of Ann Arbor was platted under the laws of 
the Territory of Michigan, in the year 1824, May 35th. The 
name of the village, as formerly given, — "Ann's Arbor," — 
originated from the first settlement of two of three females, with 
their husbands, whose names, respectively, were Ann Isabella 
Alien, wife of John Allen, Esq., and Mary Ann Rumsey, wife 
of Elisha W. Rumsey, Esq., as early as February, 1824. Mr. 
Asa L. Smith and wife came soon after. The exact location of 
the camp of these early pioneers, was on Block one, south of 
Huron street, Range one, according to the original plat of the 
village of Ann Arbor. 

Here, then, was the spot — a very beautiful place, too, it 
must have been, in that primeval day, when nature alone, in all 
her beauty of quietude, and with the majestic oaks that then 
studded the plain, and lifted their broad, yet naked arms toward 
the blue vault of heaven, were their only shelter. Mr. Smith 
and his wife brought all their earthly effects upon their backs ; 
and in order to keep warm of nights, were forced to throw 
stones into the log-heap fire, and then place them heated round 
about their impromptu beds ! J 

The County of Washtenaw was organized as early as 1817, 
January 1st, at which time it was the western frontier county and 
Samuel Clements, of the town of Lima, was then the only 
frontier white settler, and so continued up to the year 1830! 

Of the oldest inhabitants, now living, we can refer to the 
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Hawkins, Mr. Daniel B. Brown, Deacon Lorrin Mills, and 
General Edward Clark, residing within the limits of the then 
village. There are others of that date — 1827 — who did not 
locate within the village limits: Mr. Eber White, James C. 
Allen, Captain Charles Thayer, and John W. Maynard, who - 
are still living. As a matter of course, these pioneers in this 
new land, wild with nature's greatness and beautiful in its prim- 
itive picturesqueness, had very little intercourse with the outside 
world, receiving only one mail a week ! They had but one mill 
in 1827, the grinding capacity of which was only one run of 
granite stone, and was situated a few rods above where the present 
river dam is located. Communication with Detroit, in those 
days, was associated with anything but pleasure, in making the 
journey there and back, it requiring generally two days, and not 
unfrequently a week in the spring or fall, and was attended with 
great labor. 

Indians were numerous, and quite a little trade was driven 
with them in cranberries, furs, peltries, and maple sugar, of 
which latter article they were very fond, and which they manu- 
factured in quite considerable quantities, in the season ; it being 
nothing strange to have hundreds come to town, in a day. 

That the first settlers were not without their appreciation 
and pastime in music, is evidenced in the fact, that General 
Edward Clark was the importer of the first piano brought to the 
village and which instrument is now owned by Judge Kingsley. 

The first post-office established for the village was in or 
before the year 1826, and Mr. John Allen was appointed as 
postmaster. Early in the year 1833, Mr. Allen was succeeded 
as postmaster by Mr. Anson Brown, who removed the office to 
the "Lower Town," where it remained for one year and a 
half, when Mr. Brown deceased, and Captain Charles Thayer 
was appointed to fill the vacancy; soon after which the office was 
again removed to the "Upper Village," or "Upper Town," as 
it was then called, where it has ever remained since. It occupied 
the store in Mundy's block, now used for Franz Nebel's saloon. 

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of Ann Arbor — now a beautiful and growing city. The broad 
plains, unfilled, and deep forests in which no axe echoed then, 
are now fertile and growing fields, dotted over with enterprising 
villages and numerous farm and school houses, with here and 
there a country church, bespeaking the great march of improve- 
ment over a wild and unbroken wilderness. The sons of the 
forest have long since wended their toilsome weary way to the 
far off western mountains, and they are here no more to make 
old ladies and children tremble with fear and stop to catch the 
sound of the well known war-whoop, as they were wont in those 
early days. All is changed, and still changing ; and those few 
who were in the midst of those primitive times, active, buoyant 
and strong in life, are fast being gathered to their final rest. 

THE CITY. 

As with most other modern cities, it has been the aim of 
those who have had the engineering of the platting and arrang- 
ing the plan of the city to conform to uniform width in the 
streets, for beauty in appearance as well as convenience ; and as 
far as this is concerned, Ann Arbor justly deserves praise. The 
streets, for the most part, are laid out at right angles, are broad 
and well graded, while the sidewalks are generally of plank or 
concrete, and are usually in good repair. The corporate limits 
are two miles — nearly a mile east and west, north and south, 
from the Court House Square. The Fifth Ward, (or Lower 
Town, as it was formerly called,) at the time of the granting 
of the first city charter by the State Legislature, demurred to the 
proposition to become a part of the new city, and was conse- 
quently left out in the suburbs or town for several years and 
called " Canada." But the people, becoming lonely in their com- 
parative obscurity and non -representative bearings, compared 
with the city's pride and glory under a city charter, made appli- 
cation for annexation, and at the following session of the Legis- 
lature thereafter, was duly installed a part of the city proper. 

The city, for the most part, is situated upon gradually 
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saving in the south-eastern limits, where the country assumes 
nearly an extended plain, very little broken by undulation for 
miles; while in the north-east and north-west the rolling, hilly 
formation of the land renders the prospect at once picturesque 
and pleasing, and relieves the city of much of that monotony 
in its surroundings that usually attaches to more or less of the 
cities and villages in the State. 

In point of health, it has been a long established fact that 
the city of Ann Arbor has ever been free (since the country has 
been cleared up) from all kinds of endemic diseases, and hence 
is claimed to be the most healthy of any city of its size in the 
State. And with its clean streets, and scrupulous neatness, 
exhibited in the care of its citizens in keeping everything brushed 
up, painted and pruned, about their premises, we may truly ask : 
Where is the place that is more inviting to those who are in 
search of comfort and pleasure than Ann Arbor? 

In a commercial point of view, we can say of this city 
what cannot be said of the majority of the villages and cities in 
the interior of the State, of like age and population, to wit : that 
it has ever had a steady and healthy growth, with nothing of the 
mushroom caste in its character, and that although, perhaps, its 
enterprises have not been commensurate with the tone and stand- 
ing of its citizens in many respects, compared with other cities, 
yet it is said with some show of pride, that less of failures in 
business of all grades have taken place here, than in any other 
similar town in the country, since its organization. 

Of manufacturing interests, this city has not really what it 
should have, within its corporate limits ; but notwithstanding this 
seeming disparagement, it enjoys alike the interest in this respect, 
of a considerable amount in its vicinity, located above and below 
on the beautiful Huron river, consisting of woolen, flouring. 
plaster, paper and saw mills, together with diverse mechanical 
operations driven by steam power. Some of these are carried on 
with capital to the amount of $100,000 each. Of the flouring 
mills, of which there are four in the city, the grade of flour from 
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quoted in the Eastern markets. Cloths of the most modern and 
popular quality and styles are manufacted in the woolen mills ; /-t]— 
while the paper mills are offering the greatest competition in the 
line of first quality of all styles of news and book papers. Agri- 
gricultural implements are also manufactured in the greatest 
variety, and of a grade defying competition ; and in the line of 
furniture, there are quite a number of extensive manufactories, 
•some of which are driven by heavy steam power, and are daily 
turning out large quantities to supply a very active market. In 
the way of manufacturing machinery, there^are to be heard the 
sounds of water wheels, steam engines, and cupola bellows, daily 
groaning under the weight of their ceaseless tasks in smithing, 
melting, forging, and turning the rougher material of iron into 
mill-shafts, wheels, etc., which make up the world of machinery 
for the industry and thrift of a live and progressive people. 

To increase, if possible, the demand and facilities for com- 
mercial and manufacturing interests in this city, it is apparent * 
that internal projects of public enterprise must be encouraged ; 
and in connection with this idea, the people have, Rip Van 
Winkle like, awakened from their long lethargy, and commenced, 
with an energy and determination, lookng to its speedy comple- 
tion, the building of the Toledo, Ann Arbor and Northern Rail- 
road. This road, when finished, and brought into competition 
with the Michigan Southern, on the south, and that great artery 
of commercial wealth, intercourse and progress, the Michigan 
Central, through the pulsations of which the people of central 
Michigan owe their prosperity, greatness and enterprises, and_ 
for which all may feel justly proud, when considering the great 
benefit it has been in the speedy development and opening up of 
one of the greatest States in the Union, for its mineral wealth as 
well as agricultural resources, — will give to Ann Arbor an acces- 
sion in point of interest for its future progress, an impetus in all 
her varied projects locally, that are entirely beyond the power 
of the most discerning to conjecture. This road has everything 
in its favor — not to mention merely the varied traffic that will 
come to it in the way of freights, but to consider it as it is in 



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fact, a leading trunk road, over which, from its distant southern 
terminus in the State of Ohio, and passing through the greatest 
coal fields in that State, as also large towns and villages, and 
thence through the State of Michigan, and through the very heart 
of the garden agricultural districts of the southern and northern 
portions of the State, and finally terminating in a connection at 
the Straits of Mackinaw with the Northern Pacific Railroad, — 
makes it a through, trunk, passenger thoroughfare, the success 
of which no one can gainsay. With this enterprise completed, 
and another of the same magnitude, just started, and being 
fostered by the citizens — that of the great trunk road leading 
from Port Huron to Pontiac, thence to this city, passing on 
through Saline to Adrian, south and west to Kokomo, Ind., and 
thence tq^St. Louis, — the people of Ann Arbor may indeed 
rejoice that they have in fact accomplished a great and lasting 
benefit to themselves and those who will come after them. 

A long needed want of a better protection against fires, has 
caused surveys to be made by the city, of the feasibility of ap- 
propriating the waters of three considerable lakes about one and 
a half miles west of the city limits. The elevation is about 
seventy-one feet above the level of Huron street, at the junction 
of Main. The cost of this work is estimated at $100,000, and 
the volume of water daily for the use of the city, equal to about 
540,000 gallons. 

The population of the city in 1870, according to the census, 
was 7,363 ; and the whole number of names given in this Direc- 
tory multiplied by five, gives 9,770. This added to the whole 
number of students — about 1,300 — gives a total population for 
the city of 11,070, making an increase of 2,407 for the past two 
years. This computation is believed to be correct, allowing the 
average of each family to be five, 

THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. 

The State has recently given another and very handsome 
proof of its fostering care for its advancement and becoming one 
of the largest, if not the largest, Universities on the continent, 
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UNIVERSITY HALL. 



The erection of this immense edifice will more fully carry 1 
out the original design of the plan of the University buildings, 
and increase the power of the institution to serve the State. It 
is located on the west side of the College Campus, and the en- 
tire expense of the building will reach gioo,ooo, and is the archi- J 
tectural designing of Mr. E. S. Jennison, of Chicago, 111., a 
former graduate of the University of Michigan. The wood 
work of the same was under the supervision of Mr, Adolph Mar- 
tin, of Chicago, 111. We here give the dimensions of the Hall, 
as furnished by the very gentlemanly and obliging Secretary of 
the University, Henry D. Bennett, Esq., as follows: It is 133 
by 140 feet, and is about 70 feet high from the base to the frieze, 
with an elegantly proportioned dome 140 feet high, surmounted 
by a very beautiful statue of "Rogers's Michigan." The Audi- 
torium is 80 by 130 feet, and is capable of seating comfortably 
three thousand persons ! The Chapel, which is located on the 
first floor, has a seating capacity for six hundred. On the same 
floor there is also a Lecture Room, with seatings for four hundred. 
The Steward's Room is located in the south-west comer of the 
building, on the same floor, and connected with which is the 
massive fire-proof vault for the protection of the archives of the 
University. Adjoining this is located the Chancellor's Room. 
East of the tranverse hall is located the Ladies' Waiting Room, 
opposite which is located the Faculty Room; and on the same 
floor are two large Lecture or Recitation Rooms. Directly 
above, in the second, third and fourth stories, are located, in 
each, three commodious Class or Recitation Rooms. The build- 
ing is heated by John Davis & Co.'s (Chicago, 111.,) Steam 
Heating Apparatus, is ventilated with great care, and the whole 
is most splendidly fitted up with gas. The two wings to this 
massive and elegant building are each 40 by 1 10 feet, and four 
stories high. Nearly the whole of the North Wing is now used 
for the Museum. The South Wing is principally for recitation 
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LAW DEPARTMENT BUILDING. 
This is situated on the north-west corner of the College 
Campus, and is, for its general appearance, a very strong and 
massive building, three stories high. It has on the first floor a 
General Library of over 20,000 volumes, which is accessible to 
students and citizens every day, Sundays excepted. There are 
also on the same floor the offices of the President, Dean of 
the Law Faculty, and a Moot Court room. On the second floor 
are located the Law Library, and a large Lecture Room ; also the 
Law Professors' Room. The third floor is occupied by the 
Webster and Jeflersonian Societies,, together with the regular 
Moot Court Room. 

LABORATORY OF CHEMISTRY AND PHARMACY. 

This building is unostentatious in its appearance, yet is quite 
large, being one story and a half high, built of brick, and ar- 
ranged with a view to the greatest possible convenience for those 
pursuing Chemistry and Pharmacy, and is beyond doubt the 
most extensive and thoroughly equipped Laboratory in the 
United States, if not on the continent. The building is health- 
fully ventilated by steam power, is warmed by steam, and sup- 
plied with gas and water. 

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT BUILDING. 

This large and spacious building, has two amphitheatres, 
each capable of seating over four hundred students. It is com- 
posed of two large buildings, forming a "T" the principal 
or main structure being nearly or quite square, four stories 
high, while the old or original building is long and narrow, and 
three stories high ; but the two making altogether a very fine 
and noble appearance. 

The engraving representing the various structures compos- 
ing the University of Michigan, as will be seen, shows the Law, 
Medical, Laboratory, Museum and Lecture Rooms, together with 
the President's House. It is a good, fair and lively picture, but 
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in another place — between the two wings, or Literary Department, 
to render the now present scene in buildings, upon the College 
Campus, complete. 

THE ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATORY. 

This is 90 by 35 feet, two stories high, and has a dome 
thirty-fiv« feet over all, and is located upon an elevated piece of 
ground twenty feet higher than the College Campus, giving it a 
very prominent and withal beautiful appearance; and is situated 
about one-half mile distant in a north-easterly direction from the 
College buildings. It is a donation from citizens of Detroit. 
One of the wings of the building contains the rooms for the 
observer, while in the other is mounted the splendid Meridian- 
Circle presented by H. N. Walker, Esq., of Detroit. This 
instrument, one of the largest and best of the kind, and com- 
plete in every respect, was imported from Berlin. The same 
room contains a Sidereal Clock, made by Tiede, in Berlin, and 
two Collimators, north and south from the Meridian-Circle, for 
the determination of the error of collimation. The west wing 
contains a Chronograph, with Bond's new Isodynamic Escape- 
ment, for recording observations by the electro -magnetic method. 
In the dome is mounted a large refracting Telescope, with an 
object-glass thirteen inches in diameter, constructed by the late 
Henry Fitz, of New York. This Department is under the 
superintendence of James C. Watson, Ph. D., Professor of 
Astronomy. 

THE MUSEUM. 

This attachment of the University is already forming one of 
the great attractions that speak well for those having the direc- 
tion and care of this great institution of learning ; and their 
efforts and exertions in this particular feature are being crowned 
with the greatest success. The collections are illustrative of 
Natural Science, Ethnology, Art, History, Agriculture, Anato- 
my, and Materia Medica. Last year the additions in the depart- 
ments of Geology, Zoology, Botany, and Archeology, were 1,296 
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making collections for the University, are Professor Harrington, 

connected with the United States Expedition to Alaska, and ]. 

B. Steere, Esq., who is now on a scientific tour in South' America. 

UNION HIGH SCHOOL. 

In the absence of the figures showing the dimensions of the 
building, we can only say, that the fine and elegant engraving 
which is given in another place is a true representation of the 
grounds and the structure, barring the difference, that from the 
increasing demand for more room for the greatly crowded num- 
ber of pupils who were in attendance, the City Board of Educa- 
tion determined upon an enlargement, and the building was in- 
creased nearly one-half of its original size, by adding the new 
structure to the rear part of the original building. The interior 
also underwent many changes, and for the improvement of the 
edifice. Like all of the public buildings in the city, this was 
erected with a view to permanency, and is — although very plain 
— strong and fine appearing. This school, together with the 
Ward Schools, are under the superintendency of Professor Perry, 
a former graduate of the University. 

ANN ARBOR MINERAL SPRINGS HOUSE. 

Although we have adverted to the fact of the healthful char- 
acter of Ann Arbor, yet we have pleasure in referring to the 
Mineral Springs House, a very neat and commodious building 
recently erected for the health -seekers of the State and the city. 
The building is situated on Mann street, between Miller avenue 
and Huron street. The Springs consist of sulphur, iron and mag- 
nesia, agreeably to the analysis of the waters. The dimensions 
of the principal Springs House are as follows: 104 by 28 feet, 
four stories high, and can accommodate from 70 to 80 health- 
seekers. Every appliance that attaches to such establishments 
has been provided, not omitting even a steam elevator for con- 
veying guests from one sy>ry to another. The conveniences 
are, in fact, of a character for the promoting of the comfort 
and restoring of health to all those who may patronize the 
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An article concerning one of these Springs, published as 
early as 1S58, has the following : " The quantity of iron in the 
water from this Spring, is as great as that contained in some of 
the most celebrated Chalybeate Springs, as those of Bath, Eng- 
land, and Tepleitz, in Bohemia ; and the reaction for iodine, 
appeared to be as distinct as that furnished by the Harrogate 
Waters, England." 

The grounds have been graded and ornamented with decid- 
uous shrubs, and the grove trimmed up. An artificial canal 
passes through the grounds, rendering the surroundings quite 
inviting for their cool, shady, rural aspect, and making the place 
as pleasant and agreeable as could well be wished for by any 
one in quest of retirement, or the restoring of health. It is 
indeed, an accession to the city, the ultimatum in good things, 
considering all the city has in a public point of view, and should 
of right receive the hearty and unanimous support and com- 
mendation of an enterprising people. 

OTHER PUBLIC BUILDINGS, STORES, ETC. 

Hangsterfer's Hall, the pioneer, of any considerable 
dimensions or architectural greatness, for several years, is of 
brick, and a fine building, reflecting much credit upon its enter- 
prising proprietors. Hill's Opera House is another very fine 
structure, is of brick, and has a seating capacity for 1,500 per- 
sons ; is of the modern caste of design, having a Mansard roof, 
and is really a noble building, doing credit to the city and 
its projector. The Bank Building is of recent construction, 
has a freestone front, in which are large and elegant stores, and 
the First National Bank. The Gregory House is of brick and 
stone, and is among the substantial modern style of hotels, has 
heavy granite pillars, window caps and sills, and is a first-class 
house. The Courier Steam Printing House, of which there 
is in another place a fine engraving, is the work of energy, 
effort and enterprise, and does credit to the city. Cook's Ho- 
tel, of very recent date, is another evidence of the thrift and 
progress of the city, is of brick, and modern design, is four sto- 



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ries high, heated with steam, and is well calculated for a first- 
class hotel. Guraer's, Binder's, Mack & Schmid's, Rettich's 
(of which he has three, all of brick, in modern style) ; the 
Leonard House, (a hotel which is popular with the public,) is 
of brick, large and commodious; Clark & Cropsey's City Ar- 
cade, (which is a model of neatness and originality in its inter- 
ior); Smith's, Martin's, and the Haven Block; McMahon's, 
Coyle's, Duffy's, Gruner & Seyler's, Muhlig & Sons,' (who 
are now erecting another of like dimensions,) Risdon's, Goetz's, 
Fantle's, Schumacher & Weitbrecht's, Slawson & Son's, 
Laubengayer's, Wagner's, Sorg's (who is erecting another), 
Eberbach & Co.'s, (the oldest drug firm in the city,) Gwinner's 
(now under erection,) Moore's and Eisele's blocks; the Metho- 
dist, Presbyterian and Episcopal churches, and the Agricultural 
Hall, are mostly or comparatively new buildings, and all of brick 
or stone; thus showing at a glance the magnitude and growing 
importance of this inland city. 



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CITY OFFICERS. 



SILAS H. DOUGLASS, 
LEONHARD GRUNER, 
STEPHEN M. WEBSTER, 
ERASTUS LeSEUR, - 
CLAUDIUS B. GRANT, 



Mayor. 
Recorder. 
Treasurer. 
Marshal. 

Attorney. 



ALDERMEN. 
First Ward— JOSHUA G. LELAND, 

FREDERICK SORG. 
Second Ward-^JOHN N. GOTT, 

GEORGE F. LUTZ. 
Third Ward— JEREMIAH PEEK, 

JOHN B. DOW. 
Fourth Ward— ELIJAH W. MORGAN, 

MOSES ROGERS. 
Fifth Ward— AMARIAH HAMMON, 

MOSES SEABOLT. 
Sixth Ward— CHARLES B. PORTER, 

WELLINGTON D. SMITH. 



POLICEMEN. 
ERASTUS LeSEUR, Chief. JOHN LOVELAND. 
JOSEPH C. PRESTON. NEWTON FELCH. 



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JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 
JOHN Q. A. SESSIONS. JAMES McMAHON, 
PATRICK McKERNAN. RICHARD BEAHAN, 



SUPERVISORS. 
First and Second Wards— CONRAD KRAPF. 
Third and Fourth Wards— ALONZO A. GREGORY, 
Fifth and Sixth Wards— J. AUSTIN SCOTT. 

COLLECTORS. 
First and Second Wards— JOHN KECK. 
Third and Fourth Wards— NELSON P. HILL, 
Fifth and Sixth Wards— ELI S. MANLEY. 

CONSTABLES. 
First Ward— CHARLES BOYLAN. 
Second Ward— THOMAS F. LEONARD. 
Third Ward— THOMAS J. HOSKINS. 
Fourth Ward— WILLIAM W. CORSELIUS, 
Fifth Ward— NEWTON FELCH. 
Sixth Ward— MARQUIS D. MILLER. 

BOARD OF HEALTH. 
SILAS H. DOUGLASS. CHARLES B. PORTER. 

JOHN N. GOTT. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

JOHN M. WHEELER, President. 

JAMES B. GOTT, Secretary. 

PHILIP BACH, Treasurer. 
CHARLES B. PORTER. CLAUDIUS B. GRANT. 

ABRAM SAGER. BENJAMIN F. COCKER. 

PATRICK DONOVAN. EBENEZER WELLS. 



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Fire department. 

UuFUS F. SANFORD. Chief Engineer. 

RICHARD C. TRAVER. ) a™,™™ 

George f. lutz, ] ~ ' assistants. 

CHARLES H. WORDEN, - - Secretary. 

CHRISTIAN EBERBACH, - - Treasurer. 

)AMES ATKINSON, - Steward. 

WARDENS. 
First Ward— FREDERICK SORG, 

J. D. IRISH. 
Second Ward— MAURICE O'ROURK, 

EDWARD GROFF. 
Third Ward— JOHN M. SLATER, 

GEORGE W. CROPSEY. 
Fourth. Ward— LEWIS C. RISDON, 

GEORGE W. EFFNER. 
Fifth Ward— MOSES SEABOLT, 

GEORGE H. RHODES. 
Sixth Ward— CHRISTIAN EBERBACH, 
HOMER P. FINLEY. 

PROTECTION ENGINE COMPANY, NO. 76. 
Meets 00 the first Thursday evening of each month, at the 
Engine House on the north side of Huron street between Fourth 
and Fifth. G. W. Cropsey, Foreman. 

RELIEF ENGINE COMPANY, NO. 2. 
Meets on the first Tuesday evening of each month, at the 
Engine House, on the north side of Huron street between Fourth 
and Fifth. J. Miller, Foreman. 

HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY. 
Meets on the first Wednesday evening of each month, at 
the Engine House, on the north side of Huron street between 
Fourth and Fifth. D. B. Fletcher, Foreman. 



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CHURCHES. 



METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 
Located on the north-west corner of State and Washington 
streets. Rev. L. R. Fisk, Pastor. 

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 

Located on the south-west corner of Huron and Division 
streets. Rev. S. W. Duffietd, Pastor. 

EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 

Located on the east side of Division street, between Bowery 
and Ann. Rev. G. D. Gillespie, Rector. 

CATHOLIC CHURCH. 

Located on the south side of North street, between Division 
and State. Rev. J. R. Murphy, Pastor. 

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. 

Located on the north-east corner of Washington and Fifth 
streets. Rev. H. L. Hubbell, Pastor. 

BAPTIST CHURCH. 
Located on the north side of Catherine street, between Fifth 
and Division. Rev. S. H. Haskell, Pastor. 

UNITARIAN CHURCH. 

Located on the south-west corner of Ann and Fifth streets. 
Rev. C. H. Brigham, Pastor. 



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GERMAN METHODIST CHURCH. 

Located on the north-west corner of Division and Liberty 
streets. Rev. G. A. Reuther, Pastor. 

GERMAN LUTHERAN CHURCH. 

Located on the north-east corner of First and Washington 
streets. Rev. H. Reuther, Pastor. 

SECOND METHODIST CHURCH. 

Located on the north side of Wall street. No regular 
Pastor. 

AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 

Located on the east side of Fourth street, between Pontiac 
and Summit. Rev. F. Myers, Pastor. 

AFRICAN BAPTIST CHURCH. 

Located on the south side of Fuller street, between Detroit 
and Elizabeth No regular Pastor. 



SISTERS OF THE I. H. M. 



- SISTER MARY BARBRA, 
SISTER MARY CRESENTIA, 
SISTER MARY SYMPHROSA, 
SISTER MARY LYOLA. 

Convent located on the south side of North street, between 
Division and State. 



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SCHOOLS, 



GEORGE S. WHEELER, 

COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS-. 

Walter s. perry, 

CITY SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

UNION SCHOOL. 
Located between State, Thayer, Huron and Washington 

FIRST WARD SCHOOL. 
Located on the west side of State street, between William 
and Jefferson. 

SECOND WARD SCHOOL. 
Located on the north-west corner of West Jefferson and 
West Fourth streets. 

THIRD WARD SCHOOL. 
Located on the south side of Miller avenue, between Mann 
and Fountain. 

FOURTH WARD SCHOOL. 
Located on the west side of Division street, between North 
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FIFTH WARD SCHOOL. 
Located on the south side of Wall street. 
CATHOLIC SCHOOL. 
Located on the south side of North street, between Division 
and Detroit. Conducted by Sisters of the I. H. M. 

GERMAN LUTHERAN SCHOOL. 

Located on the west side of First street, between William 
and West Jefferson, 

YOUNG LADIES' BOARDING SCHOOL. 

The Misses Clark's Boarding and Day School, for Young 
Ladies. Located on the north-west corner of Division and North 
streets. Miss Mary H. Clark, Principal, 

GERMAN SELECT SCHOOL- 
Located on the south-east corner of William and West Third 
streets. G. Kurz, Principal. 

INFANT SELECT SCHOOL. 

Located in the basement of the Unitarian Church, south- 
west corner of Ann and Fifth streets. Miss Elizabeth Spafford, 

Principal. 



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PUBLICATIONS. 



PEWNSULAR COURIER AND FAMILY VISITANT. 
Office north-west corner of Main and Catherine streets. R. 
A. Beal, publisher and proprietor ; C. G. Clark, editor. Repub- 
lican. Published every Friday. Terms: — 81.50 per year, in 
advance. 

MICHIGAN ARGUS. 
Office south-west corner of Main and Huron streets. E. B. 
Pond, editor and proprietor. Democratic. Published every 
Friday. Terms: — Ji.oo per year, in advance. 

THE CHRONICLE. 
Published every alternate Saturday, by Students of the Uni- 
versity of Michigan. Terms: — $ 2 -5° per year, in advance. 

MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY MEDICAL JOURNAL. 

Published every month by R. A. Beal, and conducted by the 
Faculty of the Medical Department of the University of Mich- 
igan. Terms: — $3.00 per year, in advance. 

THE ORACLE. 
Published once every year by Students of the University of 
Michigan. 

ANN ARBOR LOCAL. 
Pnblished every month by L. B. Kellogg, at the Medical 
Works of Dr. D. B. Kellogg. 19 Broadway. 



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ORGANIZATIONS. 



ANN ARBOR COMMANDERV NO. 13, K. T. 

Meets on the first Tuesday evening of each month, in 
Masonic Hall, 43 South Main street. Officers : — S. M. Webster, 
E. C. ; L. C. Risdon, Gen. ; T. F. Hill, C. G. ; W. D. Harri- 
man, Prelate ; R. W. Ellis, S. W. ; J. C. Watts, J. W. ; E. J. 
Johnson, Treasurer; W. A. Lovejoy, Recorder ; F. Sorg, Stand- 
art! Bearer ; J. N. Gott, Sword Bearer ; J. 1'. Little, Warder ; 
W. Doty, Sentinel. 

WASHTENAW CHAPTER NO. 6, R. A, M. 

Meets on the Monday evening on or before each full moon, 
at Masonic Hall, 43 South Main street. Officers : — J. Boyd, H. 
P. ; A. McElcheran, K. ; S. M. Webster, S. ; T. F. Hill, C. H. ; 
B. F. Watts, P. S. ; J. R. Webster, R. A. C. ; W. H. Mallory, 
G. M. 3d V. ; I. C. Handy, G. M. 2d V. ; F. Sorg, G. M. 1st 
V. ; W. A. Lovejoy, Secretary ; E. J. Johnson, Treasurer ; J. P. 
Little, Sentinel. 

GOLDEN RULE LODGE NO. 159, F. AND A. M. 

Meets on the Thursday evening on or before each full moon, 
at Masonic Hall, 43 South Main street. Officers: — R. J. Price, 
W. M. ; T. F. Hill, S. W. ; J. Roath, J. W. ; I. C. Handy, S. 
D. ; A. M. Cooper, J. D. ; S. M. Webster, Secretary ; C. Spoor, 
Treasurer; J. P. Little, Tyler. 

FRATERNITY LODGE, NO. 362, F. AND A. M. 

Meets on the Wednesday evening on or after each full moon, 
at Masonic Mall, 43 South Main Street. Officers : — S. G. Taylor, 



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ANN AKliOk lll'V IllKEClOkV. 



W. M. ; Z. P. King, S. W. ; Moses Coit Tyler, J. W. ; W. 
Corselieus, Secretary ; E. J. Johnson, Treasurer ; J. F. Billard, 
S. D. ; C. H Stevens, J. D. ; J. P. Little, Tyler. 

WASHTENAW LODGE, NO. 9, I. 0. OF O. F. 

Meets every Friday evening at Odd Fellows' Hall, corner of 
Main and Washington streets. Officers :— A. R. Schmidt, N. 
G. ; G. Bliss, B. G. ; C. A. Letter, Recording Secretary; C. 
Gardner, Permanent Secretary ; C. Spoor, Treasurer. 

WASHTENAW ENCAMPMENT, NO. ' 7. I. O. OF O. F. 

Meets on the first and third Fridays of each mouth, at Odd 
Fellows' Nail, corner of Main and Washington streets. Officers: 
—A. R. Schmidt, C. P.; J. E. Carr, II. P.; N. B. Covert, 
Scril>e ; G. Greenville, Treasurer. 

ANN ARBOR, LODGE, NO. 320, I. O OF G. T. 

Meets every Wednesday evening in their Hall, 50 Main 
street. Officers:— P. D. Woodruff, W. C. T. ; Miss Eudora B. 
Woodruff, W. V. T. ; W. C. Stevens, W. S. ; N. Arksey, W. T. : 
A. W. Martin, W. M. ; Miss lilla Randall, W. I. G. ; Miss Frank 
Kellogg, R. H. L. ; Miss Lina Brown, L. II. S. ; Miss Jessie A. 
A. Woodruff, W. A. S. ; John M. Chase, W. C. ; J. F. Billiard, 
W. F. S. ; .Miss Mary Royall, W. D. M. ; J. M. Cole, P. W. 
C. T. j Chase Dow, W. 0. G. ; 

GERMAN LABORING MEN'S SOCIETY 
Meets on the second and fourth Mondays in each month, at 
their Hall, 51 South Main street. Officers: — J.G.Grossman, 
President; J. Walz, and J. Gall, Vice- Presidents ; G. Weise, 
Secretary ; F. Schniid, Treasurer. 

ANN ARBOR TURN VEREIN. 
Meets on the first Wednesday evening in each month, at 
their Hall, 3 and 5 Washington street. Officers: — A. Benz, 
President ; C. Schneider, Vice-President ; S. Weis, Secretary : 
W. Nenenfeld, Treasurer; R. Neuenfeld, Steward. 



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LADIES' CHRISTIAN UNION. 

Meets on the first Thursday or each month. Officers: — 
Mrs. D, S. Wood, President ; Mrs. R. A. Beal, Vice-President ; 
Mrs. C. G. Clark, Secretary ; Mrs. M. E. Morwick, Treasurer. 

LADIES' LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. 

Incorporated April, 1866. Room over the First National 
Bank. Number of volumes in Library April 1st 1060. Draw- 
ing days, Saturday p. m., from 3 to 5 o'clock. Librarians, Miss 
Barry and Miss Sftger. Has a Board of fifteen Directors who 
meet the first Monday afternoon of each month. The meml>ers 
of the Board serve for three years, five retiring each year. The 
Association is dependant on the annual subscriptions, and has no 
fund, as yet, from which to draw supplies. Officers: — Mrs. 
Adams, President ; Mrs. Henriques, Vice-President ; Mrs. A H. 
Hunt, Secretary; Mrs. L. B. Gilmore, Treasurer, 

WASHTENAW COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

Meets on the third Tuesday of each year. Officers : — Isaac 
M. Whittaker, President ; David M. Finley, Recording Secre- 
tary ; Lorenzo Davis, Corresponding Secretary; Stephen M. 
Welister, Treasurer. 

PORTER ZOUAVES. 

Meet on every Monday evening in their Armory, on the 
north side of Ann street, between Main and Fourth. Inspection 
meeting on the first Monday evening of each month. Officers : 
— W. E. Walker, Captain; T. D. Bailey, First Lieutenant; F. 
Kean, Second Lieutenant. 

ANN ARBOR GAS LIGHT COMPANY. ( 

Office in the Gergory House Block, on Huron street, Works 
on the corner of Pontiac and Depot streets. Capitol £60,000. 
Officers :— C. Tripp, President ; S. H. Douglass, Secretary and 
Treasurer, 



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ABBREVIATIONS. 



For ave., read avenue; bds., hoards; but., BETWEEN; 
col., colored; e. s., east side; inamif., manufacturer j M. 

C. R. R., Michiuan Central Rail Road ; n. c, north-east ; 
n. s., north side; n. w., north-west; propr., proprietor; 
res., RESIDENCE ; s. e., south-east; s. S., SOUTH side; supt., 
superintendent; s. w. , south-west. 
The word street is understood. 



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ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 



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ABEL PETER H., (Bach & Abel) bds. Gregory House. 

Aberle Mrs. Catherine, res. 9 West Second. 

Acteing Frederick, machinist, res. e. s. West Third. 

Acton William, pressman, res. River Road. 

Adams Charles K., professor in University of Michigan, res. 50 

Washtenaw ave. 
Adams Charles, res. 48 Washtenaw ave. 
AILES ROBERT K., (Tripp, Ailes & Price) res. 15 South 

Fifth. 
Ailes Charles, machinist, bds. West Second. 
Alber Frederick, blacksmith, shop cor. State and Detroit, res. 70 

Broadway. 
Alber Frederick, Jr., bds. 70 Broadway. 
Albrecht John G-, bakery and saloon, w. s. Pontiac, bet. Fifth 

and Summit, res. same. 
Alderton Mrs. Mary, res. s. s. North, bet. State and Thayer. 
Aldrich Ira, match manuf., 8 Wall, res. same. 
Aldrich Ira, Jr., brakeman M. C. R. R., bds. Maiden Lane. 
Allaby William, shoemaker, bds, 40 North Main. 
Allaby William, Jr., barber, bds. 40 North Main. 
Allen Ira, res. end West Huron. 
Allen Luther E., (C. Sutherland & Co.) res. s. e. cor. Fourth 

and Depot. 1 

Allen S. D,, res. 2$ East University ave. 
Allmendinger Christian, carpenter, res. 46 South Fifth. 



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Allmendinger David, cabinet maker, res. 4 South Fifth. 

Ambruster John, (Krause & Arabruster) res. ai Second. 

Ambruster John, brewer, res. Ingalls' Addition. 

Ambruster Joseph, brewer, res. Ingalls' Addition. 

American Express Office, 6 East Huron. 

Ames Albert W., news dealer and stationer, agent American 

Express Company, 6 East Huron, res. 25 William. 
Amsden Daniel, engineer, res. 108 South Main. 
Amsden Timothy R., res. 44 Thompson. 
Anderson Zack., col., porter, Leonard House, bds. same. 
Anderson J. H. H. M., farmer, res, 14 West Huron. 
ANDRES MICHAEL, proprietor City Ice House, res. 7 Wash- 
tenaw ave. 
Andres Mrs. Jacob, res. w. s. Fifth, bet. Huron and Washington. 
Angell James B., president University of Michigan, res. n. s. 

South University ave. 
ANN ARBOR BREWERY, Hill & Chapin, proprietors, n. w. 

cor. State and Fuller. 
Ann Arbor Savings Bank, s. w. cor. Main and Huron, R. S. 

Smith, president, S. Grant, cashier. 
ANN ARBOR TRADING ASSOCIATION, deals in dry goods, 

carpets, etc., store 18 South Main — G. W. Hays, supt. 
Apfel Henry, harness maker, res. 26 Second. 
Aray James W., col., barber, res. 86 South Main. 
Aray Mrs. J. W., col., washing, etc., res. 86 South Main. 
Ardner George, laborer, bds. 98 South Main. 
ARKSEY NICHOLAS, carriage, wagon, and sleigh manuf., w. s. 

Detroit, near Depot, res. e. s. Pontiac, adjoining factory. 
Armstrong John, carpenter, res. cor East University ave. and 

College. 
Armstrong Solomon, mill-right, res. 23 Traver. 
Armstrong Sylvester, student, bds. 13 East University ave. 
Artenn Samuel, res. 9 Church. 

Atkinson Hampton, painter, bds. n. w. cor. Huron and Fifth. 
Atkinson James, laborer, res. n. w. cor. Huron and Fifth. 
Aulls Joseph A., ticket agent, M. C. R. R. Depot, res : 23 Wall. 



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Austin E. D., res. 48 William. 

Avery J. F., proprietor Cook House, cor. Fourth and Huron. 



BACH PHILIP, (Bach & Abel) res. 74 South Main. 

BACH & ABEL, (Philip Bach and Peter H. Abel) dealers in 

dry goods, etc., n. w. cor. Main and Washington. 
BACKUS CYRUS, homospathic physician, office n. e. cor. Ann 

and Fourth, res. 12 South University ave. 
Bailey George W., machinist, res. 20 West Huron. 
Bailey Mrs. Mary, res. 18 West Huron. 
Bailey Thomas, moulder, res. 15 Trover. 
Bailey William, painter, res. 37 Broadway. 
Balcom Hiram, fence builder, res. 63 Broadway. 
Balfanz Charles, cabinet maker, res. cor. Second and William. 
Baldwin Lonson, book-keeper, res. 20 Traver. 
Ball Lemuel, traveling agent, res. ia Brown. 
Ball Simon, traveling agent, bds. 12 Brown. 
Banerle M., shoemaker, 19 Fourth, res. same. 
Banfield Henry, shoemaker, 27 North Main, res. 86 North Main. 
Banfield Parris, shoemaker, bds. 86 North Main. 
Banister Albert, harness maker, bds. Division, foot of Bowery. 
Banister Frank, clerk, bds. Cook House. 
Banister Harvey, mason, res. West Sixth. 
Banks John 0., life insurance agent, res. 50 South State. 
Baptist Church, s. s. Catherine, bet. Fifth and Division. 
Barber Austin, bds. 93 Huron. 
Barber Mrs. Mary, res. 93 Huron. 
Barnett Edward, mason, res. West Sixth. 
Barry Robert J., assistant assessor, res. 20 South Fourth. 
Barsdel F, A., painter, res. 31 Spring. 
Barstow Samuel, bds. Cook House. 
Bartlett, Edward R., dentist, bds. 12 Fifth. 
Barton J. F., painter, bds. 13 West Huron. 
Bauer George, saloon keeper, 22 Broadway, res. same. 
Bauer Jacob, marble cutter, bds. Detroit, bet. Catherine and Ann. 



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Baxter Charles, (Bobison & Baxter) res. west end Ann. 

Beacraft Mrs. John, res. north end Mill. 

Beahan John, clerk, bds. Leonard House. 

Beahan Richard, lawyer, office s. e. cor. Fourth and Ann, res. 14 

North State. 
Beal John, col., mason, res. 19 Forest ave. 
BEAL RICE A., proprietor Courier Steam Printing House, 41 

and 43 North Main, res. 21 South Fifth. 
Bearmann Mrs. Frederika, res. West Fifth, bet. Liberty and 

Jefferson. 
Beasly John, cabinet maker, res. 16 Traver. 
Beck Jonas, cabinet maker, res. 16 West Third. 
Beckley Guy, painter, res. 8$ Broadway. 
Beckley Oramel, carpenter, 75 Broadway. 
Behr Mrs. Charles, res. 34 South Main. 
Belding Charles M., proprietor of Ann Arbor, Whitmore Lake, 

and Brighton stage line, bds. 17 Wall. 
Belding Mrs. Ann, res. 17 Wall. 
Bell Andrew, groceries and provisions, 2 East Washington, res. 

40 Division. , 
Benallack Philip, book-keeper, bds. 43 North Main. 
Bender Bemhard, clerk, res. 39 Fourth. 
Bennett Charles K., res. 39 Thompson. 
Bennett Henry D., steward in University of Michigan, res. 22 

Division. 
Benham Frank, bds. Leonard House. 
Benham Nelson, match maker, bds. 9 Broadway. 
Benham Samuel G., cigar manuf., 7 East Huron, res. 22 Miller 

ave. 
Bentley Daniel B., millwright, res. 26 Hiscock. 
Benz Augustus, merchant, res. e. s. Second. 
Beer Lewis, res. 26 William. 
Berry Joseph, tailor, res. 15 South State. 
Besimer Anson D., saloon keeper, s. s. Huron, bet. Main and 

Second, res. 79 West Huron. 
Besimer Charles, cooper, res. 34 Wall. 



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Besimer William, billiard parlor, s. s. Huron, bet. Main and 

Second, res. 69 North Fourth. 
Best Mrs. Clarrissa, res. 14 West Huron. 
Bigalke Theodore, laborer," res. 38 West Third. 
Binder Charles, saloon, 4 West Liberty, res. same. 
Binder Frederick, butcher, bds. w. s. West Fourth. 
Binder Henry, billiard, lager beer, and refreshment saloon, 51 

South Main, res. same. 
Binder John M„ wagon maker, res. West Second. 
BINDER JACOB U., meat market, 8 South Liberty, res. w. s. 

West Fourth. 
Binstle Christian, shoemaker, res. e. s. South Liberty. 
Birk Andrew, soap manuf., 98 South Main, res. same. 
Bird Mrs. L., res. r4 South State. 
Bischoff Gottlieb, saloon, 27 Washington, res. same. 
Bissac H. B., res. cor. William and Division. 
Bisinger Godfrie, res. West Fourth. 
Blanchard Augustus F., insurance agent, 65 Division. 
Blanchard James H., lawyer, bds. 19 South State. 
Blanchard Mrs. Matilda A., res. 19 South State. 
Blanchard William, carpenter, res.. cor. Sixth and West Jefferson. 
Bliss Calvin, (Bliss & Sons) res. 2$ South Fifth. 
Bliss Daniel W., botanic physician, res. 22 William. 
Bliss Edgar D., saddle and harness manuf., 9 East Huron, res. 51 

North Main. 
Bliss Frank, student, bds. cor. Washtenaw ave. and Church. 
Bliss Gilbert, (Bliss & Sons) res. Main, bet. William and Packard. 
Bliss Monson W., (Bliss & Sons) res. n South Main. 
Bliss Mrs. Mary A., res. cor. Washtenaw ave. and Church. 
Bliss W. W., boot and shoe manuf., dealer in Yankee notions, 

37 South Main, res. cor. Fifth and William. 
BLISS C. & SONS, (C. Bliss, M. W. Bliss, and G. Bliss) dealers 111 

watches, jewelry, etc., n. South Main. 
Blood Edmund, lumber yard, n. s. Depot, res. 46 Ann. 
Blum Charles, laborer, bds. 13 Packard. 
Blum John, mason, res. 13 Packard. 



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Blum John, Jr., laborer, bds. 13 Packard. 

Bodwell Alrick M., school furniture manuf., 33 North Fourth, 

res. same. 
Bodwell Luke W., carpenter, res. 61 West Liberty. 
Bohn Casper, mason, res. 59 West Liberty. 
Bohn Jacob, mason, res. 59 West Liberty. 
Bohn James, tailor, bds. w. s. West Seventh. 
Bohn James, tailor, bds. 59 West Liberty. 
Bohn John, laborer, bds. 59 West Liberty. 
Bohn Joseph, cigar maker, bds. 59 West Liberty. 
Bohn Miss F. T., dressmaker, res. 56 South Main. 
Bolles Martin, engineer, bds. Cook House. 
Boner Patrick, laborer, res. cor. Thayer and Monroe. 
Botsford, Mrs. Eliza, school teacher, res. 12 Bowery. 
Boudtnot Edward C, res. ro North State. 
Bo wen Ezra, carpenter, bds. 4 Brown. 
Bowen Mortimer, laborer, bds. 4 Brown. 
Bowen Stephen, tarpenter, res. 4 Brown. 
Bower Henry E. H., bds. n. w. cor. Miller ave. and Spring. 
Bower Mrs. Henry, res. n. w. cor. Miller ave. and Spring. 
Boyd James, merchant tailor, 24 South Main, res. s. e. cor. Main 

and William. 
Boyd Mrs. Catherine, res. 48 Catherine. 
Boy'd Thomas, clerk, bds. 48 Catherine. 
Boyer Alexander, col., laborer, res. cor. Fountain and High. 
Boylan, B. F., groceries, provisions, etc., s. w. cor. Huron and 

Fifth, bds. 14 Fifth. 
Boylan Charles, auctioneer, res. 58 Division. 
Boylan John D., painter, res. 16 Fifth. 
Boylan Luther W., cooper, res. 3 Mill. 
Boylan Moses M., intelligence office, 14 Fifth, res. same. 
Boylan William H. H., painter, shop n. s. Ann, bet. Fourth and 

Main, res. 14 Fifth. 
Braddock Edward D. , mineral, soda water, and small beer manuf. , 

res. 35 North. 
Braithwaite George, clerk, bds. n. e. cor. William and Thompson. 



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BREAKEY WILLIAM F., physician and surgeon, office and 

res, 56 East Huron. 
Brehm Peter, res. 26 West Liberty. 
Breitmayer Frederick, clerk, bds. Fourth. 
Brendie Conrad, marble cutter, res. Liberty, bet. West Third 

and West Fourth. 
Brennan Michael, (Brennan & Son) bds. 17 Fourth. 
Brennan Patrick, (Brennan & Son) res. 17 Fourth. 
Brennan & Son, (P. Brennan and M. Brennan) dealers in boots 

and shoes, 17 Fourth. 
Briggs Caroline, res. 17 Thayer. 
Briggs Edward, res. cor. Packard and Fourth. 
Briggs John, laborer, bds. 17 Thayer. 

Brigham Rev. Charles H., pastor First Unitarian Church, bds. S. 
t s. Ann bet. Division and Fifth. 
Br od beck Michael, boot and shoe manuf., 9 East Liberty, res. 

Bross Frederick, clerk, bds. Leonard House. 

Brass Frederick, wagon maker, res. 65 South Main. 

Bross George, drover, res. 42 East Liberty. 

Bross Jacob F., wagon manuf., 67 South Main, bds. 65 South 

Bross John, carriage maker, res. end South Main. 

Bross Mrs. Anna, res. n. s. West Huron. 

Brow B., res. 13 South State. 

Brown Charles, harness maker, res. cor. Fourth and Pontiac. 

Brown Christian, teamster, res. 20 Fountain. 

Brown Christian, wagon maker, bds. 132 South Main. 

Brown Daniel B., farmer, res. South Main. 

Brown George W., turn-key at county jail, res. same. 

Brown I. E., physician, res. s. s. Ann, bet. First and Second. 

Brown Lucian, col., cook, res. Main, bet. Huron and Ann. 

Brown Michael, wagon maker, 5 East Liberty, res. 132 South Main. 

Brown Mrs. Sarah, res. 49 South Fourth. 

Brown Mrs. S., res. South Division. 

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Brown William W., teamster, res. east end Hickory. 
Bubbs Mrs. Rhoda, col., res. n. s. Ann, bet. Ingalls and Observa- 
tory. 
Buchoz Louis R., farmer, res. cor. Detroit and North. 
Buchoz Mrs. Caroline, res. 13 Division. 
Buck Sylvester, painter, res. 34 Fourth. 
Buckingham Mrs. M., res. 15 Forest ave. 
Buckley Gottlieb, laborer, res. Cherry, bet. Fountain and Spring. 
Buckland Mrs. Mary, res. 29 North Thayer. 

Buckler J., marble cutter, res. 

Buell George, traveling marble agent, res. Washtenaw ave. 
Buell George W., marble polisher, res. cor. Washtenaw ave. and 

Cedar. 
Bull Joseph, produce dealer, north end Washtenaw ave. 
Burback Andrew, laborer, res. 17 Traver. 
Burback John, laborer, bds. 17 Traver. 
Burback William, laborer, bds. 17 Traver. 
Burk Lewis, lime burner, bds. 98 South Main. 
Burk Margaret F., tailoress, bds. 15 Ingalls. 
Burk William, laborer, res. 15 Ingalls. 
Burk William, res. 52 North Main. 
BURKHARDT JOHN C, dealer in harness, trunks, etc., n. s. 

Ann, bet. Fourth and Main, res. n Fountain. 
Burkhardt Mrs. Christian, res. g6 Liberty. 
Burlingame Peter, res. 22 Thompson. 
Burnett Asa, wagon maker, n. e. cor. Main and Catherine, res. 

same. 
Burnham Charles, machinist, bds. 41 Broadway. 
Burnham Nathan, laborer, res. 41 Broadway. 
Bums Alfred, laborer, res. cor. Page and Fuller. 
Burns Edward, laborer, bds. cor. Page and Fuller. 
Burt James G., res. 5a South State. 
Bush Peter, cooper, res. 66 Broadway. 
Buss Frederick W,, clerk, res. e. s. Fourth. 
Butler Robert C, steam fitter, bds. s. s. Ann, bet. Ingalls and 

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Butler John, carpenter, res. s. s. Ann, bet. Ingalls and Observa- 
tory. 
Butler Simon, mason, res. s. s. Ann, bet. Ingalls and Observa- 



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Cady Philip, physician, office 8 East Huron, res. 69 North Main. 
CAMPBELL FRANK, printer, bds. Walker House. 
Campbell J. H., lawyer, res. s. s. Ann, bet. First and Second. 
Campbell P. M., (Campbell & Eberhardt) res. cor. Second and 

Catherine. 
Campbell William, res. 18 Wall. 
Campbell & Eberhardt, (P. M. Campbell and J. Eberhardt) 

saloon keepers, 1 1 North Main. 
CAMPION MICHAEL, merchant tailor, 63 South Main, res. 

Campion William, blacksmith, res. 80 North Main. 

Cane Peter, shoemaker, res. 14 Fifth. 

Carey Andrew, laborer, bds. 95 Huron. 

Carey Christopher, clerk, bds. 95 Huron. 

Carey Ones, carpenter, res. 21 Traver. 

Carey Peter, laborer, res. foot Detroit. 

Carpenter Ezra, res. s. s. Catherine, bet. Main and Second. 

CARR JAMES E., printer — foreman Argus — res. 22 Hiscock. 

Carter Edward, carpenter, res. 7 Maiden Lane. 

Cassey Henry, col., artist, bds. 34 Miller ave. 

Casterline Ithiel, laborer, res. n. e. cor. Pitcher and Hickory. 

Cate Franklin, res. 6 Maynard. 

Cate Rufus, business various, bds. 6 Maynard. 

Catholic Church, s. s. North, bet. State and Division. 

Catholic School, s. s. North, bet. Division and Detroit. 

Cavinaw Luke, laborer, res. 18 Traver. 

Cewit James, carpenter, res. e. s. Second, near North. 

CHAPIN CHARLES A., (Hill & Chapin) res. n. e. cor. Ann 

and Fourth. 
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Chapin Frederick, (Chapin & Sons) bds. Goetz Depot Eating 

House. 
Chapin Mrs. Volney, res. n. e. cor. Ann aud Fourth. 
Chapin Norman, (Chapin & Sons) res. 20 Fifth. 
Chapin Samuel, res. 11 Packard. 
Chapin & Sons, (N., C. E., and F. Chapin) wholesale dealers in 

tin and glassware, 3 Broadway. 
Chase Alvin W., book publisher, res 25 South Division. 
Cheever Henry S., physician, office and res. 40 Washington. 
CHEEVER NOAH W., lawyer, office e. s. Fourth, bet. Huron 

and Ann, res. 38 Thompson. 
Cheever William, res. 40 East Liberty. 
Chester Edwin, res. 22 Maynard. 
Chill Jerry, tailor, res. e. s. West Fifth. 
Christmann Paul, dealer in stoves and tinware, 38 South Main, 

res. same. 
Christmann Paul, Jr., bds. 38 South Main. 

CITY COUNCIL ROOM, n. s. Huron, bet. Fourth and Fifth. 
City Gas Works, cor. Depot and Pontiac. 
City Laundry, foot of Broadway, Martin Seabolt, proprietor, 
CITY RECORDER'S OFFICE, 6 North Main. 
CIAIR JOHN, saloon keeper, n. s. Ann, bet. Main and Fourth, 

res. same. 
Clancy James, laborer, n. s. Ann, bet. Ingalls and Observatory. 
Clancy John, dealer in groceries and provisions, 4 East Huron, 

res. 95 East Hu^pn. 
Clancy Michael, bds. 95 East Huron. 

Clancy Thomas, clerk, bds. n. s. Ann, bet. Main and Fourth. 
Clancy William, mason, res. 53 North Fourth. 
CLARK CHARLES G., editor of Peninsular Courier, res. 90 

East Huron 
Clark Edward, clerk, res. s. w. cor. Huron and Second. 
Clark George, ostler at Cook House. 
Clark James, mason, res. 40 North Main. 
CLARK JAMES A., printer, bds. Walker House. 
Clark Martin, (Clark & Cropsey) res. 48 Washington. 



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Clark Michael, carpenter, bds. s. e. cor. State and Fuller. 
Clark Misses Mary H. and Chloe A., Young Ladies' Boarding 

and Day School, n. w. cor. Division and North. 
Clark Mrs. Ann M., res. cor. Grant and Volland. 
Clark Mrs. Mary E., res. 90 East Huron. 
Clark Mrs. Nettie, res. ao Thompson. 

Clark William, traveling agent, res. cor. Fourth and Liberty. 
Clark & Cropsey, (M. Clark and G. W. Cropsey) bakery, grocery, 

and eating house, 39 South Main. 
Clarken George, dealer in groceries and provisions, n. s. Ann, 

bet. Fourth and Main, res. same. 
Clarken Thomas, mason, res. w. s. First, bet. Huron and Ann, 
Clements James, gas engineer, res. 62 South State. 
Clements Samuel, res. 54 Washington. 

Clinton Joseph, tailor, res. s. s. Catherine, bet. Fourth and Main. 
Clute William, clerk, bds. 49 Liberty. 
Cocker Rev. Benjamin F-, professor in University of Michigan, 

res. 12 South State. 
Cockron J. C, res. 1 2 Elizabeth. 
COHEN HENRY, dealer in fancy goods, 33 South Main, res. 

cor. First and Huron. 
Colby Lewis, dealer in groceries and provisions, 29 South Main, 

res. 16 Grove. 
COLE JAMES M., Publisher of " Ann Arbor City Directory," 

and dealer in Chemical Paint, res. 1 1 South Fifth. 
Cole Nelson B., wood yard, 34 East Huron, res. Catherine, bet, 

Fifth and Division. 
Coleman James, mason, res. 41 North Fourth. 
Colman Charles D., (Colman, Root & Kinne) res. 36 North 

Ponliac. 
Colman, Root & Kinne, (C. D. Colman, T. W. Root, and E. D. 

Kinne) law office, s. w. cor. Main and Ann. 
Colgrove George, res. 7 Fountain. 
Colgrove Morris, bds. 7 Fountain. 
Collier Orrien, shoemaker, res. 37 Liberty. 
Colored Baptist Church, s. s. Fuller, bet. Elizabeth and Detroit. 



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Colored Methodist Church, e. s. North Fourth. 

Collins David, bds. n. w. end Second. 

Collins Heber, bds. 12 Grove. 

Collins James, res. 12 Grove. 

Collins Jerry, bds. n. w. end Second. 

Collins John, Jr., mason, bds. n. w. end Secodd. 

Collins Mrs. F., res. 68 Washington. 

Collins Richard, laborer, bds. n. w. end Second. 

Condon Michael, bds. e. s. Thayer, bet. North and Lawrence. 

Condon Mrs. Alice, res. e. s. Thayer, bet. North and Lawrence 

Condon Thomas, painter, bds. e. s. Thayer, bet. North and Law- 
rence. 

Comestock Mrs. Lucia M., bds. 61 Division. 

Conover Monroe, clerk, bds. 18 Fifth. 

Conover Mrs. Mary, res. 18 Fifth. 

Cook Anna E-, tailoress, bds. w. s. Fifth, bet. Catherine and 
Ann. 

Cook Collins B., res. n. s. West Miller ave. 

COOK CON. G., printer, res. w. s. Second, bet. Catherine and 
Ann. 

COOK HOUSE, cor. Huron and Fourth, J. F. Avery, propri- 
etor. 

Cook James M., carpenter, res. 14 South Fifth. 

Cook John, superintendent of Forest Hill Cemetery, res. 21 
Forest ave. 

Cook Solon, bds. Cook House. 

Cook Samuel, res. w. s. Forest ave. 

Cook Varaum, carpenter, res. 14 South Fifth. 

Cooley Eugene, student, bds. 60 South State. 

Cooley Hon. Thomas M., professor in University of Michigan, 
res. 60 South State. 

Cooper A. M., agent Weed Sewing Machines, res. s. s. Jefferson, 
bet. Fifth and Division. 

Cooper William, paper maker, res. 24 Thayer. 

Copeland William, carpenter, res. 38 Miller ave. 

Corbin Justice, res. 46 William. 



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Corey Ames, carpenter, res. 21 Thayer. 

Corr Bernard P., mason, bds. e. s. North Fourth. 

Corr John, mason, bds. e. s. North Fourth. 

Corr Patrick, laborer, res. e. s. North Fourth. 

Corselius Cornelia E., school teacher, bds. s. s. Bowery. 

Corselius Mrs. Clementia, res. s. s. Bowery. 

Corselius William, mason, bds. s. s. Bowery. 

Cornwell Harvey, woolen mills, three miles west of city, res. e, 
s. Ingalls, head of Lawrence. 

Cornwell Henr.y, paper manuf., res. 93 Division. 

Costello Mrs. C. D., res. 8 State. 

County Jail, 79 North Main. 

County Offices, Court House Square. 

Covert Alphonzo D., laborer, res. 7 Mill. 

Covert Andrew, laborer, bds. 7 Mill. 

Covert Henry, carpenter, bds. 7 Mill. 

Covert Jacob P., teamster, res. 7 Mill. 

Covert N. B., general builder, res. n. s. West Huron. 

Cowles Mrs. Dr. M. H., res. 2 Mill. 

Coyle James, student, bds. n. s. Ann, bet. Main and Fourth. 

Coyle Luke, dealer in dry goods and groceries, n. s. Ann, bet. 
Main and Fourth, res. same. 

Crabble William, agent at toll gate, South Main, res. same. 

Cracklow William, laborer, res. Cherry, bet. Spring and Foun- 
tain. 

Cramer Densmore, (Cramer & Waldron) res. 49 Washington. 

Cramer & Waldron, (D. Cramer and H. C. Waldron) law and 
insurance office, s. w. cor. Main and Huron. 

Crampton Charles B., clerk, bds. Oak, near Observatory. 

Crampton George, blacksmith, bds. Oak, near Observatory. 

Crampton Mrs. Ann, res. Oak near Observatory. 

Crawford Daniel, teamster, res. 43 Wall. 

Crawford Daniel, Jr., teamster, bds. 43 Wall. 

Crawford George, teamster, bds. 43 Wall. 

Crawford Spencer, engineer, res. 55 Fifth. 

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Crosby Ezra M., res. 16 Maynard. 

Crossman Charles S., clerk, bds. 25 Liberty. 

Crouch William H. H., laborer, bds. 88 Broadway. 

Culmer M. W., res. 18 Maynard. 

Cullen John W., lawyer, res. 36 Division. 

Cullinane Kate, clerk, bds. 48 Division. 

Culy John, cigar maker, bds. Main. 

Culver John, bds. 33 Pontiac. 

Cutnmings C, proprietor Traver Flouring Mills, e. s. Broadway, 

res. 61 Broadway. 
Cummings Mrs. Rose, res. 42 South Fourth. 
Curtis William, basket maker, res. 35 North Pontiac. 
Cutler Charles, res. 27 Tompson. 

Cusper Mrs. Margaret, res. Detroit, bet. Division and North. 
Cuthburt Robert H., carriage trimmer, res. 36 North Fifth. 

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Dagert A., tailor, res. William. 

Dale Joseph, res. 14 Miller ave. 

Danforth Mrs. Mary. res. 37 Ann. 

Darrow Andrew F., carpenter, res. 9 Forest ave. 

Datz Mrs. C. A., res. 37 North University. 

DAVISON CHARLES B., pressman, res 4 West Catherine. 

Davidson George H., mason, bds. 29 Division. 

Davidson John, mason, res. 29 Division. 

Davidson John J., mason, bds; 29 Division. 

Davidson Josie A., bookfolder, bds. 21 North State. 

Davidson Mrs. Catherine, res. 8 Lawrence. 

Davidson Mrs. Mary, seamstress, res. 21 North State. 

Davis Alonzo D., carpenter, res. s. s. West Sixth. 

Davis Charles, printer, bds. middle Ypsilanti road. 

Davis Daniel, tanner, res. cor. William and First. 

Davis George, mason, res. 10 Wall. 

Davis James E., printer, bds. middle Ypsilanti road. 

Davis Lorenzo, farmer, res. middle Ypsilanti road. 

Davis Lorenzo, Jr., printer, bds. middle Ypsilanti road. 



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Davis Mrs. Mary, res. 41 Catherine. 

Davis William, clerk, bds. 18 North Fifth. 

Day Samuel, life insurance agent, res. 53 West Huron. 

Dean Aaron, carpenter, res. cor. Fourth and North. 

Dean Henry S., (Dean & Co) postmaster, res. 47 Liberty. 

Dean Mrs. H. J., res. 27 East University ave. 

Dean Sedgwick, (Dean & Co) bds. s. s. Packard bet. Fourth and 
Main. 

Dean & Co., (S. and H. S. Dean) house furnishing goods, crock- 
ery, glass ware, etc., 44 South Main. 

DeForest Andrew, (R. W. Ellis & Co) res. \^ Division. 

DeForest B. G., mechanic, res. 27 Spring. 

DeForest D. A., bds. 35 North Division. 

DeForest D. E., bds. 35 Division. 

DeForest Isaac, res. r7 Division. 

DeForest Mrs. David, res. 35 North Division. 

Defiance Hook and Ladder Company, n. s. Huron, bet. Fourth 
and Fifth. 

Defieu August, cabinet maker, res. West Fourth. 

Delany John, blacksmith, res. cor. Ingalls and North. 

Denton Mrs. Samuel, res. 1 s. e. cor. Huron and Fifth, 

DePont P. R. B., res. 14 Maynard. 

DePUY GEORGE N., printer, bds. ro Maynard. 

DePuy Mrs. Francis, res. 19 Maynard. 

Derby William W., printer, res. 51 North Fourth. 

Deubel James, miller, bds. cor. Detroit and Fuller. 

DEUBEL, SWIFT & CO., (W. Deubel and J. M. Swift) pro- 
prietors of Sinclair's Flouring Mills, at the foot of Broad- 

DEUBEL WILLIAM, (Deubel, Swift & Co) res. cor. Detroit 

and Fuller. 
Deubel William, Jr., miller, bds. cor. Detroit and Fuller. 
Devany Mrs. Mary, res. 93 Ann. 
Devlin C. H., resident principal Ann Arbor Business College, 26 

Main, res. 6 Catherine. 
Dinnis Mrs. A., res. 50 Division. 



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I >i eh 1 Mrs. Margaret, proprietress Diehl's Hotel, it> s. s. Detroit, 

bet. Fuller and State. 
Ditz Joseph, clerk, res. 34 South Fifth. 
DODGE JOSEPH C, printer, bds. e. s. Main, bet. North and 

Catherine. 
DODSLEY HENRY B., (Spafford & Dodsley) res. s. w. cor. of 

Detroit and Fifth. 
Donahue Michael, shoemaker, res. e. s. North Main. 
Donner Frederick, laborer, res. s. s. Catherine, bet. Ingalls and 

Observatory. 
Donovan Cornelius, bds. 9 Maiden Lane. 
Donovan Daniel, business various, bds. 9 Maiden Lane. 
Donovan James, produce dealer, bds. 9 Maiden Lane. 
Donovan John, speculator, bds. 9 Maiden Lane. 
Donovan Patrick, dry goods, groceries, crockery, etc., 10 

Broadway, res. 9 Maiden Lane. 
Donnelly Joseph, (J. and P. Donnelly) res. 89 Ann. 
Donnelly J. & P., (Joseph and Patrick) dealers in groceries, 

crockery and glass ware, 11 East Huron. 
Donnelly Patrick, (J. & P. Donnelly) bds. 89 Ann. 
Donnelly T., laborer, res. 18 Second. 
Doty Alonzo M., boot and shoe store; 14 Broadway, res. 38 Pon- 

tiac, north. 
Doty Mrs,, res. 19 North Pontiac. 
DOUGLASS GEORGE A., (Douglass, Mallory & Co.) res. 38 

Division. 
Douglass Mrs. Harriet, res. 20 South Ingalls.. , 
DOUGLASSLEVI H-, (Douglass, Mallory& Co.)res. aSThomp- 

son. 
DOUGLASS, MALLORY & CO., (L: H. Douglass, W. H. Mai 

lory and G. A. Douglass) builders and dealers in lumber and 

manufs. of sash, doors and blinds, s. w. cor. Fifth and North. 
Douglass Silas H., professor in University of Michigan, res. 36 

East Huron. 
Douglass William W., book-keeper, bds. 36 East Huron. 
Dover Randolph, res. n Catherine. 



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Dow John B., salt manufacturer, res. 16 West Huron. 

Drake Henry, physician, bcis. Cook House. 

Drake Mrs. Lockwood, lioarding house, e. s. Detroit, bet. State 

and Page. 
Drake Nathan H., saloon and eating house, 20 East Huron, res. 

same. 
D ra 11 go d Peter, shoe maker, bds. 17 Fourth. 
Drescher Jacob, shoemaker, res. cor. Broadway and Maiden Lane. 
Dieterle John H., cooper shop, s. s. Liberty, bet. First and 

Second. 
Dubois Theodore, nurseryman, dealer in all kinds of fruit and 

ornamental trees, shrubs, etc., res. 3 North State. 
Dufal Ambrose, harness maker, res. cor. Main and Hill. 
DUFFY EDWARD, dealer in boots, shoes and groceries, cor. 

Main and Ann, res. 2 Ann. 
Duffield Rev. S. W., pastor Presbyterian Church, res. 38 South 

Division. 
Dullan Mrs. Catherine, res. 11 State. 
Dunn Aretus, farmer, res, 42 Thompson. 
Dunn Aretus, farmer, bds. n. w. end Broadway. 
DUNN DUANE B., printer, bds. 40 North Main. 
Dunn Isaac, drover, res. n. w. end Broadway. 
Duncan John, blacksmith, res. — — - 
Duryea John J., pressman, res. zS Hiscock. 
Duttenhofer Christian, tanner, res. end West William. 
Dutton Mrs. P. H., res. 18 South Main. 

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Earl Henry, clerk, bds. 53 North Main. 

Earl Thomas, general dealer, store 9 North Main, res. 53 North 

Main. 
Eaman Mrs. M. D., res. 25 Thompson. 
Eastman Mrs. Hannah H., res. 56 East Washington. 
Ealions Frederick, laborer, res. West Grove. 
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EBERBACH CHRISTIAN, (Eberbach & Co.) res. south Ypsi- 

lanti road. , 

Eberbach Ottmar, clerk, res. s. w. cor. Fourth and William. 
EBERBACH & CO., (C. Eberbach and E. Mann) druggists 

and apothecaires, 12 South Main. 
Eberhardt John, (Campbell & Eberhardt) bds. Gregory House. 
Edmonds C. M., carpenter, bds. n. s. West Huron. 
Edmonds Jefferson, carpenter, bds. n. s. West Huron. 
Edmonds Nelson, carpenter, res. n. s. West Huron. 
Edwards Mrs. Elizabeth, res. n. s. West Huron. 
Effner George W., painter, res. w. s. Fifth, bet. Huron and Ann. 
Ehnis George, res. s. s. North, near Main. 

Eiling Tobon, carpenter, res. 

EISELE ANTON, dealer in monuments, tomb stones, etc., cor. 

Detroit and Catherine, res. same. 
EISELE JOHN, dealer in monuments, tomb stones, etc., e. s. 

Detroit, bet. Catherine and Ann, res. same. 
Eitelbuss John J., teamster, res. n. e. cor. West Fouth and West 

Jefferson. 
Ekhardt August, (Ekhardt Bros.) res. s. w. cor. Washington 

and First. 
Ekhardt Brothers, (August & Fridotus) propr's. city brewery, 

w. s. First, bet. Liberty and Washington. 
Ekhardt Fridotus, (Ekhardt Bros.) res. s. w. cor. Washington 

and First. 
Eldat John B., laborer, res. cor. Liberty and Maynard. 
Eldridge Caleb, boot and shoe maker, cor._ Huron and Second, 

res. Packard, near Fifth. 
Eldridge Mrs. Caleb, dress maker, res. Packard, near Fifth. 
Ellis J. J., res. s. w. end West Third. 
Ellis Richard W., (R. W. Ellis & Co.) res. w. s. Division, bet. 

Liberty and William. 
Ellis R. W. & Co., (R. W. Ellis and A. DeForest) drug store, 

s. e. cor. Main and Huron. 
Ellsworth Frederick, boarding house, 16 Thayer. 
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Emery Mrs, Elmira, res. 16 South Ingalls. 
Emery Thomas, carpenter, bds. 16 South Ingalls. 
Engle Martin, res. 8 North -State. 
Enis H., tailor, res. South Main. 
Episcopal Church, (St. Andrew's) 26 North Division. 
Everest William B., res. 51 South Division. 

Exinger William, saloon-keeper, cor. Detroit and Pontiac, res. 
same. 

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Fall Charles S., res. s. s. West Huron. 

Fall Delos., school teacher, bds, 29 Thompson. 

Fall Dewitt, painter, res. Jewett ave. 

Fall Mrs. A. M., res. 29 Thompson. 

Fananey John, railroad track repairer, bds. Kossuth House. 

Fanner Mrs. Julia, res. 37 Broadway. 

Fanning William, fence builder, bds. 13 Pontiac. 

Fantle Charles, dry goods and millinery, 43 South Main, res. 

s. s. Jefferson, bet. Thompson and State. 
Farrand Francis, res. 3 North. 
Fauth Gottfried, laborer, res. cor. North and Fifth. 
Fay Charles, laborer, res. 9 Broadway. 
Feiner George, boot and shoe manuf., 1 Washington, res. 20 

South Fourth. 
Felch Hon. Alpheus, (Felch & Grant) res. 6 North State. 
Felch Leroy N., policeman, res. 19 Wall. 
Felch Mrs. Sabin, res. 68 Broadway. 
Felch & Grant, (Hon. Alpheus Felch and Claudius B. Grant) 

lawyers, s. e. cor. Huron and Fourth. 
Fell C.J., res. 20 Grove. 
Fhplee Philip, brewer, res. River street. 
Field & Hunt, (J. W. Hunt and J. Field) gas fixtures, 6 South 

Main. 
Field John, (Field & Hunt) res. s. w. cor. Huron and Second. 
Fifth Ward School, s. s. Wall. 
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Finley & Lewis, (H. P. Finley and C. A. Lewis) dealers in boots 

and shoes, z East Huron. 
Finnegan, Howard & Moore, (J. Finnegan, F. Howard, and E, 
S. Moore) proprietors of Ann Arbor Agricultural Works, 
foot of Broadway, office junction of Detroit and Fourth. 

Finnegan John, (Finnegan, Howard and Moore) res. cor. Detroit 
and Catherine. 

FIRE ENGINE HOUSE, n. s. East Huron, bet, Fourth and 
Fifth. 

First Congregational Church, n. c. cor. Washington and Fifth. 

First National Bank, E. Wells, president, J. W. Knight, cashier, 
zz South Main. 

First Methodist Episcopal Church, cor. State iind Washington. 

First Ward School, w. s. State, bet. William and Jefferson. 

Firemen's Hall, n.s. Huron, bet. Fourth and Fifth, 

Fischer George, end South Main. 

Fischer Henry, laborer, res. w. s. Grove. 

Fischer Joseph, laborer, res. West Second. 

Fischer Matthew, bds. West Fourth, bet. Liberty and West Jef- 
ferson. 

Fisher Benjamin W., marble cutter, res. 5 North University. 

Fisher David J., book binder, bds. 65 Broadway. 

Fisher John, laborer, res. 18 Fountain. 

Fisher John J., engineer, res. Main, near toll gate. 

Fisher William, printer, res. 65 Broadway. 

Fisher William, res. 5 North University. 

Fisher William H. carpenter, bds. 65 Broadway. 

Fiske Isaac, (Gi!more& Fiske) bds. 10 Division. 

Fisk Rev. Lewis R., pastor First M. E. Church, res. 46 Washing- 
ton. 

Fisk Lewis R., Jr., student, bds. 46 Washington. 

Fitzgerald Edward, engineer, res. n. w. cor. Huron and Ingalls. 

Fitzsimmons Thomas, engineer, res. 4 Lawrence. 

Fitzsimmons Vincent M., harness maker, bds. 4 Lawrence. 

Flanny John, railroad track repairer, bds. Kossuth House. 

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Fleming Mrs. Mary, res. e. s. Fountain, near Hiscock. 

Fletchei Daniel B., carpenter, bds. 16 South Fifth. 

Fletcher Mrs. Catherine A., res. 16 South Fifth. 

Flynn Daniel, mason, bds. cor. First and Ann. 

Flynn John, mason, res. cor. First and Ann. 

Flynn John, Jr., mason, bds. cor. First and Ann. 

Flynn Norah, tailoress, bds. cor. First and Ann. 

Fogarty Daniel, mason, bds. s. s. Fuller. 

Fohy William, carpenter, res. 19 East North. 

Folley Edward, tailor, bds. w. s. West Seventh. 

Forbes Charles, clerk, bds. 16 Grove. 

Forbes Jortin, deputy sheriff, res. jail building. 

Ford Corydon L., professor in University of Michigan, res. s. s. 

Washtenaw ave. 
Ford George H., res. 13 South Fourth. 
Foster John J.,bootandshoe inanuf., 24 East Huron, bds. Leonard 

House. 
Foster Samuel P., retired farmer, res. 9 South Fifth. 
Foster W. G., res. 26 Catherine. 

Fourth Ward School, w. s. Division, bet. Catharine and North. 
Francisco Adam, hack driver, bds. n. s. Ann, bet. First and 

Second. 
Francisco David, laborer, res. 20 Second. 
Frank Jacob, carpenter, res. 63 Liberty. 
Frank Mrs. C, res. 44 South State. 

Fran ke Adolf., carnage trimer, bds. Diehl's Hotel, Detroit. 
Franke Christopher, wagon maker, bds. w. s. Detroit, bet. North 

and Division. 
Franke Michael, machinist, bds. w. s. Detroit, bet. Division and 

North. 
Fecknite Frederick, baker, res. 6 Washington, up stairs. 
Frank Mrs. C, res 44 South State. 
Frank Jacob, carpenter, res. 63 Liberty. 
Frank Michael, machinist, bds. w. s. Detroit bet. Division and 

North. 
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Freligh William B., clerk, bds. 7 North State. 

Freeman Anthony col., whitewasher, res. e. s. Fuller bet. De- 
troit and State. 

Freeman Harvey, col., barber, bds. 23 North Main. 

Freeman G. G., barber shop s. s. Huron bet. Main and Second, 
res. North, bet. Main and Second. 

Freeman Mrs. Elizabeth, col., res. 37 Wall. 

Freeman John A., col., drayman, res. 34 Miller ave. 

Freeman James, col., teamster, res. 4 Wall. 

French Mrs. Eliza, res. cor. Washington and Fifth. 

French Mary, tailoress, bds. cor. Jefferson and West Seventh. 

Frey Gottlieb, saloon n Washington, res. same. 

Frey Frederick, brewer, res. s. s. West Seventh. 

Frey Frederick, wagon maker, res. w. s. Forest ave. 

Frey John, brewer, bds. West Fourth bet. Liberty and West 
Jefferson. 

Frey John, carpenter, bds. West Liberty. 

Frieze Henry S., professor in University of Michigan, res. n. s. 
Washtenaw ave. near Huron ave. 

Fritz Louis, res. 21 West Liberty. 
■ Fritz Christian, wagon maker, res. s. s. West Liberty. 

Frothingham George E., physician and professor in University of 
Michigan, res. 55 East Washington. 

Fuller Mrs. C. D., res. 58 South Main. 

Fuller John T., clerk, postoffice, res. 42 South Division. 

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Gaimus Minnie, res. West First. 

Gall John G., meat market, 31 East Washington, res. same. 

Galitz August, painter, res. s. s. Liberty bet. First and Second. 

Ganson Mrs. J. A., res. cor. Thayer and Ann. 

Garbach Mrs. Mary, res. end South Fourth. 

Garland Mary, res. 61 North Main. 

Gardner Mrs. Sophia, res. 18 Thompson. 

Gates David L., sawmill 4 miles south of city, res. 24 Pontiac. 

Gates John A., carpenter, res. n. s. West Huron. 



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Gates Norman D., carpenter, res. 77 Broadway. 

Gates Nathaniel G., drayman, res. 

Gaunt Mrs. Polly, res. 27 Wall. 

Caunt Sylvester, telegraph operator, bds. 37 Wall. 

Gauss Christopher, baker, res. over 41 South Main. 

Gauss Frederick, shoemaker, res. e. s. South Fifth. 

Gavin Austin, laborer, res. cor. Thayer and Hill. 

German Lutheran Church, n. w. cor. Liberty and Division. 

German School, First bet. William and West Jefferson. 

GERNER JOHN, groceries, provisions and bakery, 49 South 

Main, res. same. 
Gerstner Louis, bakery and grocery, e. s. Detroit bet. Catharine 

and Ann, res. same. 
Gelston Rev. M., res. 53 East Washington. 
Geil John F., peddler, res. 36 Wall. 
Geddes John B., res. 11 Thompson. 
Gidley Edwin B., dealer in drugs and medicines, 12 East Huron, 

res. s. e. cor. Ann and Ingalls. 
Gilbach Michael, bartender, bds. e. s. South Fourth bet. Huron 

and Washington. 
GILBERT CHARLES A., (Gilbert & Co.) bds. cor. Bowery . 

and State. 
GILBERT GEORGE, (Gilbert & Co.) bds. cor. Bowery and 

State. 
Gilbert Mrs. N. M., res. cor. Bowery and State. 
GILBERT & CO., merchant tailors and dealers in gents' fur- 
nishing goods, 13 East Huron. 
Gilbert Maria B., res. 39 South Fifth. 
Gilbert Mrs. M., res. 27 William. 
GILCHRIST A., dealer in groceries and provisions, 30 East 

Huron, res. 79 East Ann. 
Gilchrist Charles, bds. 79 East Ann. 
Gilchrist Joseph, bds. 79 East Ann. 
Giles Miss Ann, res. 17 South Thayer. 
Giles Ina, res. 10 Grove. 
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Giles Orson S., farmer, res. n. s. Fuller. 

Giles Robert D., bds. n. s. Fuller. 

Giles Sarah D., book folder, bds. n. s. Fuller. 

Gillespie Rev. George D., pastor St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, 
res. 69 East Huron. 

Gilmore & Fiske, (Lewis B. Gilmore and Isaac R. Fiske), book- 
sellers and stationers, 4 Gregory Block, North Main. 

Gilmore Lewis, (Gilmore & Fiske) bds. 65 Huron. 

Gilshanan Miss Mary A., dress maker, res. cor. Detroit and 
Catherine. 

Giesler Jacob, carpenter, res. cor. West Fourth and West Jeffer- 
son. 

Glasier Robert B., farmer, res. Forest ave. 

Gratran Albert, tailor, res. West First. 

Glatzel Albert, tailor, res. n. w. cor. First and West Jefferson. 

Godfrey David, res. n. s. West Huron. 

Goetz John, eating house at railroad depot, res. 42 North Di- 
vision, 

Goetz & Co., (J. Gates and P. Walz) dealers in groceries and 
provisions, 47 South Main, 

Goetz John Jr., (John Goetz & Co.) bds. 42 North Division. 

Goodale Mrs. Sarah, res. 59 North Main. 

Goodrich Cornelius D., tinsmith, res. n South State. 

Goodrich Merchant H., res. s. s. Ann bet. Fourth and Fifth. 

Goose Rudolph, shoemaker, res. w. s. Fifth bet. Liberty and 
Jefferson. 

Gordon Frank, res. Packard. 

Godden James, moulder, bds. n Maiden Lane. 

Godden Thomas, miller, res. 11 Maiden Lane. 

Gott James B., lawyer, res, 48 South Division. 

Gott John N., lawyer, office cor. Huron and Fourth, res. 56 
West Huron. 

Gould John M., groceries and provisions, n. s. Ann bet. Main 
and Fourth, res. same. 

Gowell C. N,, lumberman, res. cor. Volland and Observatory. 

Graber T. F„ bds. 17 State. 



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Grady John, laborer, res. e. s. Second near North, 
Graff Edward, mason, res. 39 Liberty. 
Graley Theodore, carpenter, res. 56 South Main. 
Granger Bradley F , lawyer, res. 15 West Huron. 
Granger Frederick, painter, res. n South Fourth. 
Granger William, res. 20 Forest ave. 

Grant Claudius B., (Felch & Grant) res. n. s. North oppo- 
site In gal Is. 
Grant Schuyler; Cashier Ann Arbor Savings Bank. res. 23 South 

Division. 
Graves Mrs. Hannah, col., dress maker, res. s. e. end Maiden 

Lane. 
Graves William, col., blacksmith, res. s. e. end Maiden Lane. 
Greenman Mrs. Catherine, res. 33 Wall. 
Greenmin William, bds. 33 Wall. 
Gregg Morris S., clerk M. C. R. R. warehouse, res. s. e. cor. 

Fountain and Hiacock. 
Grefe Joseph, carpenter, bds. 45 Liberty, 
Grefe Fred., cooper, bds. 45 Liberty. 
Gregor Marcus, clerk, res. Jefferson. 

Gregory Alonzo A., res. n. e. cor. Spring and Hiscock. 
Gregory A. W., bds. 14 Bowery. 
Gregory Mrs. H., res. 14 Bowery. 
GREGORY HOUSE, Edgar M. Gregory, proprietor, n. w. 

cor. Main and Huron. 
Gregory Samuel R., carpenter, bds. 14 Bowery. 
Grenville George, dealer in drugs, medicines, paints, oils, etc , 5 

South Main, res. 38 East Washington. 
Grenville Thomas, clerk, bds. 38 East Washington. 
Gretsinger John, Mason, res. 41 Liberty. 
Gretsinger John Jr., butcher, bds. 41 Liberty. 
Gretten Alonzo, machinist, res. 5 Maiden Lane. 
Griffin John, tailor, bds, w, s. West Seventh. 
Grinnell I. L., agent Singer sewing machines, Gregory Block, 

West Huron, res. 

Grisson Mrs. Samuel, res. 10 Jefferson. 



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Grossman Christian, cleric, bds. 47 South Main. 
Grossman John G., carpet weaver, res. 32 West Liberty. 
Grossman Michael, carpenter, res, cor. Second and Catherine. 
Grossman William, carpenter, bds. cor. Second and Catherine. 
Groves P. D., photograph gallery, 18 East Huron, bds Cook 

House. 
Groves T. F-, bds. 17 North State. 
Graner Andrew, laborer, res. cor. West Jefferson and West 

Fourth. 
GRUNER LEONARD, City Recorder (Seylcr & Gruner) res. 

47 North Main. 
Gundert Edward, teacher, res. 94 South Main. 
Gunner Mrs., res. 9 Thompson. 
Gunner Mrs. Andrew, res. West Fourth. 
Gutekunst George, saloon, 4 West Washington, res. same. 
Guy James, tanner, res. West Second. 
Guy William, painter, bds. West Second. 

mer Albrecht, saloon, e. s. Detroit bet. Catherine and Ann, 

res. same, 
^nner Gottlieb F., meat market, 16 East Washington, res: 

same. 
Gwinner Jacob C, saloon, 18 East Washington, res. same. 

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Haarer John, photograph gallery, n. w. cor. Main and Liberty, 

res. 54 South Main. 
Haas Jacob, harness maker, res. 65 Liberty. 
Haas Thomas, saloon keeper, 8 West Catherine, res. same. 
Haebich Christian, tanner, res. 25 West Second. 
Haehnll Gottlieb, cabinet maker, res. cor. West Fifth and Madi- 

Haeusler George J., clerk, bds. 14 Washington. 

Hale L. D., res. 38 East Liberty. 

HALE MORRIS, physician and superintendent of the Ann Arbor 

Medical Institute and Mineral Spring House, Mann, near 

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Haley Daniel, hack driver, bds. n. w. cor. Fontiac and Fourth. 

Haley Michael, blacksmith, 49 East Libert)'. 

HALL AUGUSTUS R., baker and grocer, 23 North Main, res. 

19 cor. Bowery and State. 
Hall Frederick B., baker, bds. cor. State and Bowery. 
HALL ICHABOD N., photographic gallery, 6 East Huron, res. 

s. e. cor. Ingalls and Washington. 
Hall Israel, res. cor. Forest ave. and Volland. 
Hall Mrs. Frank, res. 40 South State. 
HALL MYRON C, printer, bds. 40 South State. 
Hall Mrs. P., res. n. e. cor. Fourth and Huron. 
Haller Jacob, dealer in watches, jewelry, etc., 22 East Huron, 

res. same. 
Hallock John T., carpenter, res. 31 North University. 
Hamilton Mrs. res. 15 South Thayer. 

Hamilton Warren, (Harriman & Hamilton) res. 15 Tnayer. 
Hamlin Mrs. Sophia, res. 11 South Fourth. 
Hammon Amariah, miller, res. 38 Broadway. 
Hammon Charles H., bds. 38 Broadway. 
Hanby Charles, clerk, res. n. w. cor. Fifth and Liberty. 
Hanby Frank, hack driver, bds. Leonard House. 
Handy Charles, bds. 20 North State. 
Handy George, bds. 20 North State. 
Handy Isaac C, (Handy, Wurster & McLean) res. 20 North 

State. 
Handy, Wurster & McLean, (t. C. Handy, F. Wurster and J. 

McLean) carriage and wagon making, and blacksmi thing, 

21, 23 and 25 North Fourth. 
Hangel Joseph, laborer, res. e. s. Second. 
Hangel William, moulder, bds. cor. West Jefferson and First. 
Hangsterfer's Hall, s. w. cor. Main and Washington. 
HANGSTERFER JACOB, (Hangsterfer & Son) res. s. w. cor. 

Main and Washington. 
HANGSTERFER J. W., (Hangsterfer & Son) bds. s. w. cor. 

Main and Washington. 
Hangsterfer Michael, laborer, res. 23 Broadway. 



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HAN'GSTERFER J. & SON., (J. and J. W.) dealers in con- 
fectionery and tobacco, s. w. cor. Main and Washington. 

Hannany William, cabinet maker, res. west end Liberty. 

Hark ins John, cigar manuf., lxls. 69 North Main. 

Harley Vyen, brick maker, res. Brown. 

Harrjman William D., (Harriman & Hamilton) res. n. w. cor. 
Thompson and William. 

Harris Frazer, res. 28 Wall. 

Harris John, wagon maker, shop w. s. Main, bet. Catherine and 
Ann, res. 13 Bowery. 

Hartson Mrs. C, res. East Volland. 

Haskell Rev. Samuel, pastor First Baptist Church, res. 36 Thomp- 
son. 

Hatch Charles, clerk, bds. 29 East William. 

Hatch Edward W., carpenter, bds 29 East William. 

Hatch Henry, printer, bds. 29 East William. 

Hatch William, carpenter, res. 74 South State. 

Hatch William A., harness maker, res. 29 East William. 

Hatch William A., Jr., clerk, res. 13 Fountain. 

Haupt John, saloon keeper, n East Liberty, res. same. 

Hauser Gottlieb, res. 22 West Liberty. 

Mauser John, res. n. s. Liberty, bet. Main and Second. 

Haven George, laborer, res. 18 Spring. 

Haviland Tertulus A., (Haviland & Rhodes) res. s. s. River. 

Haviland & Rhodes, (T. A. Haviland and L. F, Rhodes) machine 
and blacksmith shop, 3 and 5 Wall. 

Hawkins Abram, cabinet maker, res. n. e. cor. Liberty and Fourth. 

Hawkins Olney, lawer, office s. e. cor. Fourth and Ann. 

Hayden John, track layer, bds. Kossuth House. 

Hayden William, track layer, bds. Kossuth House. 

Haylow Michael J., currier, res. West Second. 

HAYS GEORGE W., superintendent of Farmers' Store, bds. 
Gregory House. 

Hays Mary, tailoress, bds, 8 Miller ave. 

Mealy Alonzo, carpenter, res. s. w. cor. Catherine and Second. 

Healy George, back driver, bds. s. w. cor. Catherine and Second. 



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Heart ley George YV., blacksmith, shop e. s Fourth, bet. Huron 

and Washington, bds. I^eoiiard House. 
Hedges Samuel E., clerk, bds. s. e. cor. S.Kit'i Ingails and 

Monroe. 
Hedges Stephen, carpenter and joiner, res. s. e cor. South In- 

galls and Monroe. 
Hees Daniel, butcher, res Buchoz Block, Detroit. 
Heinzmann Albrecht, tinsmith, bds. 37 West Liberty. 
Heinzmann Christopher, bds. 37 West Liberty. 
Heinzmann Jacob, tanner, res. 37 West Liberty. 
Heinzmann Jacob, (J. Heinzmann & Son) res. cor. Liberty and 

West Third 
Heinzmann John, bds. 37 West Liberty. 
Heinzmann John, (J. Heinzmann & Son) bds. cor. Liberty and 

West Third. 
Heinzmann J. & Son, tanners and dealers in leather, findings, 

etc., 36 South Main. 
Hemingway John M , farmer, res. 13 Church. 
Henderson Joseph, col., blacksmith, shop 26 North Fourth, res. 

10 Maynard. 
Henderson William, clerk, bds. Cook House. 
Henderson William N., barber, res 34 Fifth. 
Hendritkson Samuel, dealer in groceries and provisions, 20 

South State, res. same. 
Hener Peter, painter, res. Hill. 
Henion A. B., (Henion 1S1 Sumner) res. South Main. 
Henion Henry, farmer, res. south end West Second. 
Henion Henry M., Singer Sewing Machine agent, s. e. end West 

Second. 
Henion Ira, merchant, res. w. s. South Main. 
Henion Lauren L., clerk, bds. Cook House. 
Henion S. N., res. 27 East Libeity. 
Henion & Sumner, (A B. Henion and E. Sumner) dealers in 

hats, caps, and funs, 6 East Huron. 
Henne Frederick, shoemaker, res. Liberty, bet. West Fourth and 

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Henne George, laborer, res. 57 West Liberty. 

Henne John F., shoemaker, res. 47 West Liberty. 

Henning David, fruit buyer, res. n. e. cor. Liberty and Division. 

Henning Edwin, bds. n. e. cor. Liberty and Division. 

Henrich John, saloon keeper, e. s. Fourth, bet. Washington and 

Huron. 
Henriques Edward C„ res. n. e. cor. Division and Bowery. 
Henry Gottlieb, brewer, res. 14 West Third. 
HEPFER JACOB F-, (Hepfer & Pfisterer) res. s. s. West 

Huron. 
HEPFER & PFISTERER, (J. F. Hepfer and J. Pfisterer) 

dealers in stoves and tinware, 5 West Liberty. 
Hermann August, laborer, res. Madison. 
HERZ AUGUST, (Here & Ortmann) res 12 Wall. 
HERZ WILLIAM, painter, shop n. s. Washington, bet Second 

and Main, res. 34 cor. William and Second. 
Hewitt Thomas L., res. 21 East University ave. 
Hicks Wesley, mason, res. 16 Wall. 

Higgins George C, clerk, bds, s. e. cor. Main and Packard. 
Higginson George, carpenter, res. 48 Pontiac. 
Hill George D., res. East Hill. 
Hill George W., bds. East Hill. 
Hill Harry, bds. East Hill. 
Hill Henry, mason, res. 64 North Fourth. 
Hill Nelson, carriage maker, res. 19 Elizabeth. 
HILL THOMAS F., (Hill & Chapin) res. s. w. cor. Liberty 

and Fourth. 
HILL & CHAPIN, (T. F. Hill and C. A. Chapin) manufs. of 

ales and porter, n. w. cor. State and Fuller. 
Hiller Andrew, carpenter, res. w. s. West Sixth. 
H ill er Joseph, brewer, bds, s. w. cor. First and Washington. 
Hilton William, res. cor. Geddes ave. and Washtenaw. 
Hilton William, builder, res 5 Forest ave. 
Hines George K., carpenter, res. 1 Mill. 
Hines Peter, painter, res. end South Main. 
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Hiscock Charles, clerk, bds. 97 North Main. 

Iliscock Daniel, farmer, res. 97 North Main. 

Hoban Mrs. Ellen, res. n. w. cor. Ann and Second. 

Hoban Thomas, mason, bds. n. w. cor. Ann and Second. 

Jlobert Arthur S., clerk, bds. Gregory House. 

Hoffstetter Adolf, (Hoffstetter & Bro.) bds. 34 South Main. 

Hoffstetter J., (Hoffstetter & Bro.) bds. 34 South Main. 

Hoffstetter John C, dealer in groceries and provisions, 29 East 

Washington, res. same. 
Hoffsteiter J. & Bra., (J. H. and A. H.) groceries, provisions, 

and hardware, 34 South Main. 
Holden Charles, gardner, res. s. w. cor. Second anl North. 
Holdcn Mrs. E., res, 60 East Washington. 
Iloiliday Charles, teamster, res. west end Mill. 
Holliday Charles, Jr., laborer, bds. west end Mill. 
Holman Orin R., laborer, res. e. s. Observatory, near Ann. 
HOLMES SIDNEY T., dealer in musical instruments and books, 

picture frames, etc., 32 East Huron, res. s. e. cor. Thayer 

and Huron. 
Hooker James, mason, res. 4 Forest ave. 
Hooper Charles, speculator, bds. Gregory House. 
Hooper Thomas, speculator, bds. Gregory House. 
Hope Edward, steam fitter, bds. Cook House. 
Horn Henry K., mason, res. s. s. West Fifth. 
Hoskins Thomas J., constable, res. 57 cor. North and Main. 
Hotchkins Thomas, carpenter, res. n. e. end Broadway. 
House Samuel, gardner, res. n. e. end Broadway. 
Howe Harlow H., boarding house, res. 41 East Washington. 
Howard Franklin, (Finnegan, Howard & Moore) res. junction 

Detroit and Fourth. 
Howard Matthew, gardener, res. west end High. 
Howard Mrs. Mary, res. 91 East Ann. 

Howley Mrs. Mary, res. n. s. Ann, bet. Ingalls and Observatory. 
Hughes William, miller, res. 26 Spring. 
Hulbert William, res. 23 South State. 
HULL MRS. JERUSHA, tailoress, res. 18 South Ingalls. 



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Hunt Alfred H., res. s. w. cor. Ann and State. 

HUNT JOHN W., (Field & Hunt) dealer in hardware, cutlery, 

iron, nails, glow, etc., 6 Main, bds. Gregory. 
Huss George, dealer ill Ijoots and shoes, 10 West Liberty, res. 

30 South Fifth, 
Hutch ings C. II., inventor, res. 43 South Thayer. 
HUTZEL AUGUST, (Hiitzcl & Co.) res. b. e. cor. First and 

Washington. 
Hutzel Hermann, clerk, bcl>. s. e. cor. First and Washington. 
HUTZEL & CO., (A. Hutzet, C. Kbertnch, and K. Mann) 

dealers in paints and oils, 14 Main. 
Hvatt Henry W., res. n. s. West Huron, near Mann. 

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Imus Jasper, produce merchant, s. s. Huron, bet. Main and 

Second, res. e. s. North Main. 
Ingalls Mrs. Chester, res. 32 Broadway. 

Ingalls Peter B., res, 33 South Division. • 

Inman Alvah, res. 20 South Fourth 

Irish Jonathan I)., paper hanger, res. n. e. cor. Fifth and Jefferson. 
Irish Mrs. Thomas, res. 6 Brown. 

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JACKSON WALTER H., dentist, office cor. Main and Huron, 

res. n. e. cor. William and Maynard. 
Jackson Oscar, mason, res. North Fifth. 
Jacobs Joe T., clothier, 16 South Main, res. Main bet. William 

and Packard. 
Jacobus George, carpenter, res. s. s. Fuller near State. 
Jadala Emanuel, clerk, bds. 55 South Main. 
J ah rand t Fred, tinsmith, bds. cor. Fourth and Packard. 
James Miss Mary, res. 21 East Liberty. 
James Luther, broker, bds. Gregory House. 
Jedele Conrad, turner, res. ^3 Liberty. 
Jedele Martin (Jedele & Schleede) res. s. s. Washington. 
Jedele & Schleede (Martin Jedele and William Schleede) boots 

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Jenkins Caradoc C, (Jenkins & White) res. cor, Madison and 

West Third. 
Jenkins Hugh R., mason, res. 16 Second. 
Jenkins &. White, dentists, office 26 South Main. 
Jennings M. £., res. 14 Maynard. 
Jenter Charles, cabinet maker, res. 39 Liberty. 
Jenter Herman, book-keeper, bds. 39 West Liberty. 
Jerome Mrs. Carrie C, clothes cleaner and repairer, 26 East 

Huron, res. same. 
Jewell Aurelia, cook at Cook House. 
Jewell Thursey, cook at Cook House. 
Jewell James, bds. 32 North Fifth. 
Jewell James, laborer, bds. 32 North Fifth. 
Jewell John, laborer, res. 32 North Fifth. 
Jewell Richard, res. s. s. North near Main. 
Jewett George, blacksmith, res. w. s. Grove. 
Jewett S. P., res. 57 West Huron. 
Johnson Edward H., cooper, res. 33 North Fifth. 
Johnson Elias J., dealer in hats and caps, 7 South Main, res. cor. 

Washington and Division. 
Johnson Frank E., clerk, bds. 33 North Fifth. 
Johnson H. E., col., barber, res. Fourth near public square. 
Johnson Mrs. Jennie, res. Felch. 
Johnson John, mason, res. Felch. 
Johnson John, col., laborer, res. 35 Wall. 
Johnson John G., clerk, res. cor Fifth and Packard. 
Johnson Richard J., col., porter, res. s. w. end Fourth. 
Johnson William, col., laborer, res. s. s. Pitcher. 
Johnston John, carpenter, res. 14 Wall. 
Jolly W. B., meat market, 29 North University, res. same. 
Jones Charles M., book-keeper, bds. 56 Broadway. 
Jones Elisha, professor in University of Michigan, res. e. s. 

State bet. Lawrence and Catherine. 
Jones James, cooper shop, 43 Broadway, res. 56 Broadway. 
Jones James, Jr., cooper, bds. 56 Broadway. 
Jones John, cooper, bds. 56 Broadway. 



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Jones Joseph, bds. 22 State. 
Jones Marvin V. K., mason, res. 15 Elizabeth. 
Jones Philander, laborer, res. 108 South Main. 
Judson Mrs. L , res. 25 North University. 

Kadi George, tailor, res. West Second. 

Kahoe Lawrence, laborer, res. w. s. Pitcher near Hickory. 

Kaiser Mrs. Hannah, res. 80 South Main. 

Kaiser Charles, cigar maker, bds. 80 South Main. 

Kajuka August, laborer, res. cor. William and First. 

Kalmbach Jacob, laborer, bds. 25 Washtenaw. 

Kapp Christian F., teamster, res. 23 Washtenaw. 

Kapp Frank, tailor, res. 21 West Second. 

KAPP JOHN, physician, office 57 South Main, res. s. e. cor. 

First and Jefferson. 
Katz Jacob, tailor, bds. w. s. Pontiac bet. Fourth and Fifth. 
Kartz Gottlieb, teacher of German, res. cor. Washington and 

West Second. 
Katz John, tailor, res. w. s. Pontiac bet. Fourth and Fifth. 
Kay William, blacksmith, bds. Spring. 
Kean Frank, cigar manuf., e. s. Spring, res. same. 
Kean James, clerk, bds. 3 Ann. 
Kean John, clerk, bds. 2 Ann. 

Kean Mrs. Catherine, res. w. s. First, bet. Huron and Ann. 
Kearns Christopher, bds. cor. Fourth and Catherine. 
Kearns Richard, blacksmith, bds. 46 North Main. 
Kearns Thomas, blacksmith, bds. 46 North Main. 
Kearns William, blacksmith, res. 46 North Main. 
KEATING JOHN W., Printer, and Publisher of " Ann Arbor 

City Directory," bds. s. s. Ann, bet. Ingalls and Observatory. 
KEATING THOMAS J., cigar maker, bds. s. s. Ann bet. 

Ingalls and Observatory. 
KEATING TIMOTHY E., mason, res. s. s. Ann bet. Ingalls 

and Observatory. 
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Keck George (John Keck & Co.) res. South Fourth. 

Keck Jacob, marble worker, res. West Huron. 

Keck John (John Keck & Co.) res. 47 South Fourth. 

Keck John & Co. (Frederick, George, Martin and John Keck) 

furniture and cabinet ware, 53 South Main. 
Keck Thomas J., book-keeper, bds. 42 William. 
Keebler John, carpenter, res. w. s. West Second. 
Keedle Lizzie, bookfolder, bds. 47 Broadway. 
Keedle Henry, baggage master at M. C. R. R., res. 5 Maiden 

Lane. 
Keeler Bronson, bds. 33 Pontiac. 
Keeler Louis, res. Fountain bet. Hiscock and High. 
KELLEY DANIEL R., (Kelley & Norton) res. n. s. Catherine 

bet. Division and Fifth. 
Kelley Harvey, clerk, bds. n. s. Catherine near Baptist Church. 
Kelley Mrs., res. 41 Thayer. 
'KELLEY & NORTON, dealers in flour and feed, n. w. cor. 

Fourth and Ann. 
Kellitt George, painter, res. 87 Broadway. 
Kellogg Albert, printer, bds. 55 Broadway. 
KELLOG DANIEL B-, physician, office 8 Brown, res. same. 
Kellogg Dorr, book-keeper, res. 8 Bowery. 
Kellogg Edward, conductor M. C. R. R., bds. n. s. Park ave. 

bet. Pontiac and Washtenaw. 
Kellogg Henry, watchman M. C. R. R., res. n. s. Park ave, bet. 

Pontiac and Washtenaw. 
Kellogg L. B., manuf. Dr. Kellogg's family medicines, res. 8 

Brown. 
Kellogg Miss Belle, school teacher, bds. n. s. Park ave. bet. Pon- 
tiac and Washtenaw. 
Kellogg Miss Frank, school teacher, bds. n. s. Park ave. bet. 

Pontiac and Washtenaw. 
Kemp Mrs. Harriet, res. 47 Catherine. , 
Kennedy Mary T., tailoress, bds. n. s. East Huron. 
Kennedy Patrick, carpenter, res. w. s. Second bet. North and 

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Kennedy William, tinsmith, res. w. s. North Fourth. 

Kepp Jacob, laborer, res, 7 Liberty. 

Kettner John, saloon, 20 East Washington, res. same. 

Kiebler John, carpenter, res. 

Kierstead Daniel, slat window curtain manuf., 35 North Fifth, 

res. same. 
King Abram H., carpenter, res. 26 Thompson. 
KING ZINA P., attorney at law, general insurance and real es- 
tate agent, r South Main, res. n. w. cor. Jefferson and 

Thompson. 
Kinney Michael, laborer, res. n. end Second. 
Kirn George, mason, res. 6 West Fourth. 
Kim Frederick, track repairer, res. 50 Liberty. 
Kim Frederick, proprietor Western Brewery, res. West Fourth 

bet Liberty and West Jefferson. 
Kittredge Hiram, teamster, res. 55 North Main. 
Kitson Charles, saloon keeper, 35 North Main, bds. Leonard 

House. 
Klais Jacob F., drayman, res. 36 South Fourth. 
KLAIS JOHN, carriage shop, n. s. Washington bet. Main and 

Second, res. 36 South Fourth. 
Knapp Louis M., wood engraver, 63 North Main, res. same. 
Knickerbocker Calvin, carpenter, res. *i Wall. 
Knickerbocker Mrs. Maggie, res. w. s. State bet. Fuller and 

North. 
Knight George W., clerk, bds. 28 East William. 
Knight Johnson W., cashier First National Bank, res. 28 East 

William. 
Knight Lucian, lawyer, bds. 24 Hiscock. 
Knight Stewart, carpenter, res. 24 Hiscock. 
KNOWLTON E. J., inventor — also manuf. of the universal bath, 

res. 24 North State, P. O. address, box 1516. 
Knowlton J. C, bds. 24 North State. 
Kopf Xavier, saloon, Buchoz Block, Detroit, res. same. 
Kossuth House, w. s. Pontiac bet. North and Page, G. A. 

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Kraft Jacob, bartender, bds. 51 South Main. 
Krapf Conrad, carpenter, res. 6 Jefferson. 
Krapf Hermann, lumber dealer, res. 48 Thompson. 
'Krapf Richard, laborer, bds. 6 Jefferson. 
Krause Caleb, (Krause & Ambruster) res. s. s. Liberty bet. Main 

and Second. 
Krause G. A., bds. South Liberty. 
Krause Henry, leather and findings, 48 South Main, res. 30 West 

Liberty. 
Krause Philip, tanner, res. West Second. 
Krause & Ambruster, (Caleb Krause and John Ambruster) 

house and carriage painters, s. s. Liberty bet. Main and 

Second. 
Krouff Leonard, carpenter shop, s. s. Washington, bet. Fourth 

and Fifth, res. 24 Washington. 
Kuhn Frederick, carpenter, res. 3 West Liberty. 
Kuhn William, track repairer, res. 52 West Liberty. 
Kuhn William, blacksmith, bds. West Liberty. 
Kuhnle Gottlieb, carpenter, res. e. s. Fountain near Cherry. 
Kuhnes Martin, brewer, bds. Kossuth House. 
Kunner John, jeweler, res. 26 West Third. 
Kurterer John, laborer, res. Brown. 
Kurterer Michael, laborer, bds. Brown. 
Kurtness C. J., bds. Lawrence. 



Ladd Mrs. Thomas M., res. n. w. cor. Catherine and Thayer. 

Ladies' Library Rooms, over First National Bank. 

Laffrey Anthony, builder, res. 9 Elizabeth. 

Lane Mrs. M., res. 37 Thompson. 

Lang John, carriage smith, bds. e. 5. West Second, bet. William 

and Liberty. 
Lang Joseph, mason, res. w. s. West Second. 
Lang Martin, mason, bds. n. s. Hill. 
Lang Margaret, res. 13 West Second. 
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Lansing Frank E., clerk, res. s. s. Liberty, bet Fifth and Division. 

Latimer Charles, Ms. 30 Strath Division. 

Latimer Lester, res. 30 South Division. 

Latson Mrs. E. R., res. 9 Maynard. 

Laubengayer Henry, clerk, res. 33 William. 

Laubengayer Jacob, meat market, 55 South Main, res. same. 

Laubengayer John G., flour and feed, 14 West Liberty, res. same. 

Laughlin John, saloon, s. 5. Depot, bet. Pontiac and Fifth, res. 

same. 
Laughlin Mrs. Mary, res. s. e. cor. Fifth and Packard. 
Lawrence Hon. Edwin, (Lawrence & Frazer) res. ao East North. 
Lawrence John F., lawyer, office s. w. cor. Huron and Fourth. 

bds. 29 East North. 
Lawrence & Frazer, (Edwin Lawrence and Robert E. Frazer) law 

office, 6 North Main. 
Lawson Charles, clerk, bds. 5 South Fifth. 
Lawson Frank, telegraph operator, bds. 5 South Fifth. 
Lawson J. W„ blacksmith, res. 5 South Fifth. 
Leach Mrs. Frank, res. 1 7 South Thayer. 
LEITER CHARLES A., (C. A. Leiter & Co.) bds. 58 East 

Huron. 
LEITER C. A. & CO., (C. A. Leiter and T. W. Root) dealers 

in drugs, medicines, surgical instruments,' etc., n. w. cor. 

Main and Huron. 
Lennon John, mason, res. end Broadway. 
Lennon Spencer, clerk, bds. w. s. Broadway. 
Leonard Andrew M., saloon keeper, Leonard House, bds. same. 
LEONARD HOUSE, s. s. Huron, bet. Main and Second, T. F. 

Leonard, proprietor. 
Leonard Mrs. S. A., res. e. s. Detroit, bet. Fuller and State. 
Leonard Patrick, res. e. s. Detroit, bet. Division and North. 
Leonard Robert P., clerk Gregory House, bds. same. 
Leonard William H., book binder, bds. e. s. Detroit, bet. Fuller 

and State. 
Leland Joshua G.> farmer, res. 45 East William. 
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Lerch Linus, cleric, bds. Cook House. 

LeSeur Erastus, city marshal, res., w, s. Main, bet. William and 

Liberty. 
LeSeur Oscar, clerk Cook House, bds. same. 
LeVan James, clerk, res. w, s. Ingalls, bet. North University ave. 

and Washington. 
Lewg John, laborer, res. 16 South Fourth. 
Lewis Anson, harness maker, bds. cor Bowery and Division. 
Lewis Cyrus A., (Finley & Lewis) bds. 37 cor. Ann and Fourth. 
Lewis James, col., barber, bds. e. s. North Main. 
Lewis Mrs. Rhoda, res. 20 North Division. 
Lewitt William, physician and surgeon, res. n. s. Huron, bet 

Division and State. 
Linx Louis, res. 13 North Division. 
Little John P., res. 2 Church. 

Littleneld Mrs. Mary, res. 44 cor. Church and Maynard. 
Lodholz Gottlieb, bakery, 4 Broadway, res. same. 
Loney John, col., Gregory House runner, bds. same. 
Loney Mrs. E., col., res. e. s. Pitcher, bet. Catherine and Ann. 
Long Matthew, mason, bds. s. s. Catherine, bet. Pitcher and 

Observatory. 
Long Ralph, laborer, res. s. s. Catherine, bet. Pitcher and 

Observatory. 
Loomis Dudley, produce dealer, bds. 45 East Ann. 
Loomis Frank, bds. 45 East Ann. 

Loomis George, res. s. s. Catherine, bet. Division and Fifth. 
Loomis William L., res. 45 East Ann. 
I.OVEJOY WILLIAM A., dealer in tobacco and cigars, 6 East 

Huron, res. w. s. North Pontiac 
Loveland John W., policeman, res. 30 Broadway. 
Lowrey Frederick, laborer, bds. Spring. 
Lowrey Rudolph, laborer, bds. Spring. 
Lowrey William H., cooper, res. Spring. 
Lucas Franklin S., col., bds. 23 North Main. 
Lucas William, col., shoemaker, bds. 23 North Main. 
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Lucas Morris, col., barber, shop s. s. Huron, bet. Main and 
Second, saloon s. w. cot. Fourth and Catherine, bds. e. s. 
North Main. 

Ludlow Charles H., clerk, bds. s. w.cor. Fourth and Packard. 

Lutz Charles. L., harness maker, res. West Liberty. 

Lutz Christian, blacksmith, res. 22 South Second. 

Lutz George F., saloon keeper, 40 South Main, res. same. 

Lutz George F-, Jr., cigar, maker, bds. 40 South Main. 

Lutz John G., carpenter, res. 24 West Second. 

Lutz John G., Jr., res. West Second. 

Lutz Mallkeab, cabinet maker, res. end West Liberty. 

Lutz Philip, tailor, res. e. s. West Third. 

Lymbumer William, res. 14 South Ingalls. 

Lymbumer William, Jr., clerk, bds. 14 South Ingalls. 

Lynch John, farmer, res. 58 East North. 

MACK CHRISTIAN, (Mack & Schmid) res. 27 South Fourth. 

MACK & SCHMID, (Christian Mack and Frederick Schmid) 
dealers in dry goods, groceries, etc., 5^ South Main. 

Mager Adam, mason, res. 19 Traver. 

Mager Adam Jr., mason, res. 19 Broadway. 

Mahoney Mrs. Mary, col., res. n. s. Ann bet. Ingalls and Obser- 
vatory. 

Mallory Eugene, clerk, bds. 78 South Main. 

Mallory Henry, carpenter bds. 78 South Main. 

MALLORY WILLIAM H., (Douglass, Mallory & Co.) res. 78 
' South Main. 

Maloy James, laborer, res, 22 Miller ave, 

Manley Charles, Register of Deeds, res. north end Broadway. 

Manley Eli S„ res. 22 Traver. 

MANN EMANUEL, (Eberbach & Co.) res. w. s. South Main. 

Mann Gustavus, retired merchant, bds. West Huron near Mann. 

Mann Henry J. book-keeper, bds. w. s. South Main. 

Mark Edward L., professor in University of Michigan, res. same. 

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Mark ham Augustine H., farmer, res. south end Main. 

Markle Fred, marble cutter, bds. e. s. Division bet. Jefferson 

and Madison. 
Markle John C, laborer, res. 74 South Division. 
Maroney John, meat market, 1 Broadway, bds. 38 same. 
Maroney Mrs. Margaret, res. e. s. Second. 
Martin Aldoff, res. Thayer bet. Ann and Catherine. 
Martin Benjamin, (Martin & Son) res. 14 East Washington. 
Martin John, teamster, res north end Traver. 
Martin Mrs. Ellen, res. s. w. cor. Fourth and North. 
Martin Oliver, undertaker, res. 24 East Liberty. 
Martin Thomas, mason, res. 15 Bowery. 
Mason Paschal, farmer, res. 51 North Pontiac. 
Masten Aretus, farmer, res. 49 North Pontiac. 
Masten Elisha, teamster, res. n s. Bowery. 
Masten William, farmer, res. 46 Washtenaw ave. 
MATTHEWS HENRY, meat market, s. s. Huron bet. Main and 

Second, res. 29 West Liberty. 
Matthews John, butcher, bds. 24 South Second. 
Matthews Roger, (Matthews & Son) res. 24 South Second. 
Matthews Thomas, (Matthews & Son) bds. 24 South Second. 
Matthews & Son, (Roger and Thomas) meat market, n. s. Ann 

bet. Main and Fourth. 
Maye John, laborer, res. First bet. Liberty and William. 
Mayer Daniel, cabinet maker, res. 44 Fifth. 
Mayer Jacob, machinist, bds. First. 
Maynard Fred A., bds. 16 North Division. 
Maynard John H., dry goods merchant, 7 North Main, bds. 16 

North Division. 
Maynard John W., res. 16 North Division. 
McCarty William, laborer, res. 87 East Ann. 
McCollum Albert D., moulder, bds. 29 North Pontiac. 
McCollum David T., book-keeper, res. 29 North Pontiac. 
McCollum Thomas B., bds. 29 North Pontiac. 
McCracken Mrs. LucindaG., res. 10 Wall. 
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McCreery, Andrew, laborer, res. 25 South Fourth. 

McCreery William, res. «5 Sooth Fourth. 

McCulloughs B., res. 45 Thayer. 

McDonald F. T., dealer in groceries and provisions, 12 Forest 

ave., res. 17 Orleans. 
McDonald J. H., clerk, bds. 17 Orleans. 
McElcheran Addison, clerk, res. n. w. cor. Washington and 

Ingalls. 
McGrail Martin, laborer, res. w. s. North Main. 
McGraw Mrs. E. T., res. 17 Division. 
McGuire Hugh, mason, res. cor. Main and Hiscock, 
Mclntyre Donald, lawyer, bds. 11 South Fourth. 
Mclntyre John, tanner, res. Felch. 
Mclntyre William H. (Wicks & Mclntyre) res. cor. Spring and 

Hiscock. 
McKernan Patrick, lawyer, 6 Opera House Block, res. cor. Wil- 
liam and Second. 
McLean John, (Handy, Wurster& McLean) res. e. s. Main bet. 

Catherine and North. 
McLeod John, shoemaker, res. cor. Fourth and Pontiac. 
McMahon Andrew, miller, res. 36 North Fourth. 
McMAHON JAMES, justice of the peace and insurance agent, 

office n. s. Ann bet. Fourth and Main, res. s. e. cor. Fourth 

and North. 
McMahon James Jr., cigar maker, bds. s. e. cor. Fourth and 

North. 
McManus Mrs., res. 45 South Fourth. 
Mc Master James, farmer, res. 28 Jefferson. 
McMillan Duncan, carpenter, res. 1 7 Church. 
McNally John, cooper, bds. n. s. West Catherine. 
McNally Patrick, cooper, res. n. s. West Catherine. 
McOmber Charles S., painter, res. 8 Forest ave. 
McOmber Mrs. Adaline, res. s. s. Orleans bet. Forest and East 

University aves. 
Mead Mrs. C. A., res. w. s. Church. 
Meade Dr. Relery, bds. 43 Pontiac. 



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Medical Institute and Mineral Spring House, w. s. Mann near 

West Huron. 
Meodhart Charles, res. 15 Wall. 
Merkle William, shoemaker, res. n. s. West Liberty. 
Merriman George B., professor in University of Michigan, res. 

s. s. North University. 
Methodist Episcopal Church, n. w. cor. State and Washington. 
Meyer Charles, Clerk, bds. n. s. Catherine bet. Division and 

Fifth. 
Meyer Jacob D-, harness maker, bds. n. s. Catherine bet. Division 

and Fifth. 
Meyer John, carpenter, res. w. s. West Sixth- 
MICHIGAN ARGUS, E. B. Pond, proprietor, 4 South Main. 
Michigan University Medical Journal, conducted by the faculty 

of the medical department, R. A. Beal publisher. 
Miley George, mason, res. 17 Forest ave. 
Millard Mrs. Elizabeth, res. 13 Washington. 
MILLEN CHAUNCEY H., dealer in dry goods, 4 South Main, 

res. junction Washtenaw and Huron aves. 
Millen Charles S., clerk, res. junction Washtenaw and Huron 

aves. 
Millen Chauncey H., second, clerk, bds. n. s. Washington bet. 

Division arid Fifth. 
Millen Daniel S., soap factory, north end State, res. 21 North 

Pontiac. 
Miller Andrew, bds. Buchoz Block, Detroit. 
Miller Christian, painter, bds. 32 North Fourth. 
Miller George, pump maker, res. 32 North Fourth. 
Miller George Jr., painter, bds. 32 North Fourth. 
Miller Jacob, cigar maker, e. s. Detroit bet. North and Division. 
Miller John, laborer, res. e. s. Brown. 
Miller John F., (Miller & Webster) res. s. s. Miller ave. 
Miller John G., sash, blind and door factory, w. s. Detroit bet. 

Division and North, res. adjoining shop. 
Miller J. R-, res. 10 West Huron. 
Miller Markmith, carpenter, res. 26 Forest ave. 



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Miller Henry, cooper, res. cor. Main and Pontiac 

Miller Nelson, carpenter, res. w. s. Brown. 

Miller S. G., land speculator, res. West Huron. 

Miller & Webster, (John F. Miller and Stephen M. Webster) 

bankers, Gregory House Block, West Huron. 
Millman Christopher, painter, res. 12 Spring. 
Mills H. F., teacher of music, 45 South Main, up stairs, res. 

same. 
Mills Lorrin, tailor, shop over 5 North Main, res. 42 West 

Huron. 
Miner Joel, res. 47 Division. 
Minnis Charles; shoemaker, res. 14 South Division. 
Minnis Homer, shoemaker, res. n. s. High near Spring. 
Minnis Jerome, shoemaker, res. n. s. High near Spring. 
Minnis Paul, shoemaker, res. 61 South Division. 
Mitchel Mrs., res. 20 South Thayer. 
Mix Frank, tinsmith, res. n. s. Pontiac. 
Mogk August, shoemaker, res. 49 West Liberty. 
Mogk G., shoemaker, res. cor. Liberty and West Fifth. 
Mogk George, painter, bds. 17 South Fourth. 
Mogk George, res. 43 South Fifth. 

Montgomery Peter, carpenter, res. cor. Fountain and Felch. 
Moore Alanson, traveling agent, res. 8 East Catherine. 
Moore Eli, (Finnegan, Howard & Moore) res. e. s. Mill. 
Moore Eli, tailor, res. w. s. Detroit. 
Moore George, pressman, bds. 73 Broadway. 
Moore George, book-keeper, res. 57 South Main. 
Moore Irvin, life insurance agent, res. 41 Thompson. 
Moore John, bookseller and stationer, Gregory House Block, 

res. 29 South Division. 
Moore John, brick maker, res. Hill. 
Moore John, barber, bds. 65 Ann. 
Moore Lorrin, res. 26 South Fifth. 
Moore Lewis, machinist, res. 32 North Pontiac. 
Moore Roswell, res. n. e. cor. Main and Packard. 
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Morehouse Isaac, carpenter, res. 39 North Fourth. 

Morehouse Samuel, res. 4 North. 

Morgan E. W., lawyer, office e. s. Fourth bet. Huron and Ann, 

res. 39 East Huron. 
Morris George S., professor in University of Michigan, bds. 75 

East Huron. 
Morris James H., land agent, bds. Cook's Hotel. 
Mors Peter, bakery, 4 Broadway, res, same. 
Morse Mrs. Honorah, res. cor. State and North. 
Morse Samuel, barber, shop s. s. Huron bet. Main and Fourth, 

res. s. e. end West Second. 
Monvick James, architect and builder, res. 70 East Washington. 
Moss George, col., barber, res. 28 East Huron. 
Moss Mrs. Ann, col., hair dressing rooms, 28 East Huron, res. 

same. 
Mount Barclay B., mason, res. 47 East Huron. 
Mozart Don J., watchmaker, res. 7 Lawrence. 
Mulholland James, farmer, res. 58 Liberty. 
Muhlig Florian, (F. Muhlig & Sons) res. 61 South Main. 
Muhlig Florian Jr., (F. Muhlig & Sons) bds. 61 South Main. 
Muhlig John, (F. Muhlig & Sons) res. 61 South Main. 
Muhlig F. & Sons, (Florian, Florian Jr., and John) undertakers 

and manufs. and dealers in furniture, 37 South Main. 
Mulligan Patrick, building mover, res. 79 Broadway. 
Mundy John C, lawyer, bds. 16 West Huron. 
Murnane John, bds. 15 North Fourth. 
Murphy Rev. John R., pastor St. Thomas' Catholic Church, res. 

22 East North. 
Murray Michael, pump maker, res, s. s. Jefferson. 

Naunafalld William, carpenter, res. s. s. Liberty, bet. First and 

Second. 
Nebel Franz, saloon, 7 North Main, res. West Sixth, near 

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Neidhamer George, laborer, res. u Traver. 

Neizer Gottleib, res. 63 South Main. 

Newman David, ostler Leonard House, bds. same. 

Nichols Harrison A., drugs and groceries, 1 Broadway, bds. 

same. 
Nichols Howard, clerk, bds. 1 Broadway. 
Nichols John A., res. 1 Broadway. 
NICHOLS WILLIAM W-, dentist, office 19 South Main, res. 

45 East Washington. 
Nickels John H., meat market, 26 South State, res. n. w. cor. 

Huron and Thayer. 
Nickels Thomas C, butcher, res. 26 South State. 
Noble Adelbert, bds. 22 Catherine. 
Noble Lawrence, res. 24 South State. 
Noble Sylvester D., pattern maker, res. n. s. West Huron. 
Noble William, manuf. sash, doors, and blinds, s. w. cor. Fifth 

and Depot, res. 22 Catherine. 
Noll Conrad, shoemaker, res. s. w. end West Second. 
Noll Martin, boot and shoe manuf., 16 Broadway, res. same. 
Nordman Emit, farmer, res. South Main. 
Nordman Frederick, laborer, bds. South Main. 
North George M., agent Howe Sewing Machines, office e. s. 

Fourth, bet. Huron and Ann, res. 54 East Washington. 
North Dr. George W., res. w. s. end North Main. 
Northern Brewery, w. s. Mill, near Broadway. 
NORTON CHARLES, (Kelley & Norton) bds. s. e. cor. Main 

and North. 
Norton Mrs. John G., res. « South Fourth. 
Norton Mrs. Thomas, res. n. w. cor. Fourth and Depot. 
Norton Nellie M., tailoress, bds. n. w. cor. Fourth and Depot. 
Nuhuf Henry, engineer, res. West Third. 
Nye Nelson B,, res. 5 North Second. 

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O'Brien James, clerk, bds. 51 East Liberty. 
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O'Brien- Morgan, drayman, res. w. s. Thompson, bet. William 
and Jefferson. 

O'Brien Patrick, laborer, res. 51 East Liberty. 

Observatory, s. w. cor. Ann and Observatory. 

Ockford Mrs. A., res. n. w. cor. Spring and High. 

O'Day Patrick, track layer, bds. Kossuth House. 

Oeitrin Eugene, book, keeper, res. 35 North Fifth. 

Oestertin Eugene, book-keeper, res. w. s. Fifth, bet. Pontiac and 
North. 

Odd Fellows' Hall, s. e. cor. Main and Washington. 

O'Hara Charles, clerk, bds. 17 North University. 

O'Hara Doley, school teacher, bds. 41 South Fourth. 

O'Hara John, res. 41 South Fourth. 

O'Hara John Jr., barber, bds. 41 South Fourth. 

O'Hara Michael, drover, bds. 41 South Fourth. 

O'Hara William, dealer in boots, shoes, and dry goods, 5 North 
Main, res. 17 North University. 

O'Hearn Patrick, res. 7 Elizabeth. 

O'Keef John, laborer, res. s. w. cor. Catherine and Thayer. 

O'Keef Patrick, larborer, res. 18 Traver. 

Olcott Chauncey, mill-wright, res. 26 Miller ave. 

Olds A. M., res. 10 Bowery, 

Olney Edward, professor in University of Michigan, res. 39 East 
Ann. 

O'Mara Michael, laborer, res. n. s. Ann, bet. Ingalls and Observ- 
atory. 

O'Neil James, teamster, res. foot Detroit. 

O'Neil James, res. e. s. Detroit, bet. Page and Fuller. 

Oraine George, res. a8 State. 

O'Rourk Jeremiah, tailor, bds. w. s. West Seventh. 

O'Rourk Maurice, merchant tailor, 19 South Main, res. w. s. 
West Seventh. 

ORTMANN FRANK, (Herz & Ortmann) bds. u Wall. 

Ortmann Henry, bds. 12 Wall. 

Osiander Emil, laborer, res. s. w. epd West Third. 

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Otis S. T., farmer, res. end West Huron. 
O'Toole Michael, laborer, res. e. s. Observatory, near Ann. 
O'Toole Patrick, res. e. s. Ingalls, bet. North University and 
Washington. 

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Pack Clarkson L., dealer in tobacco and cigars, 10 East Huron, 
res. w. s. Ingalls, bet. Catherine and Lawrence. 

Pack John C, painter, bds. 12 North First. 

Pack Morris, shoemaker, res. 12 North First. 

Pack Watson L., clerk, bds. w. s. Ingalls, bet. Catherine and 
Lawrence. 

Palmer Alonzo B., physician, and professor in University of 
Michigan, res. n. w, cor. Division and Ann. 

Palmer George, mason, res. w. s. North Main, near Depot. 

Parker Franklin I,., lawyer, res. 8 Fifth. 

Parker William, currier, res. e. s. Main, bet. Ann and Catherine. 

Parks Mrs. Lucinda R., res. 22 South Fifth. 

Parshall James J., res. 20 Maynard. 

PARTRIDGE ALFRED H., proprietor of Patridge Mills, cor. 
Grove and Hill, res. e. s. State, bet. South University and 
Hill. 

Pattengill Albert H., professor in University of Michigan, res. 
Hortk State. 

Patton Mrs. H. H,, res. 33 North University. 

Paquet Peter, hack driver, res. 73 North Main. 

Paul Henry, clerk, res. 29 Spring. 

PAWLING JOHN H., printer, bds. e. s. Main, bet. Catherine 
and North. 

Pearl Albert, col., "laborer, res. 4 Wall. 

Pease Franklin E., carpenter, res. 19 Packard, 

Pease Galusha J., (Pease & Fleming) res. 61 East Washington. 

Pease & Fleming, (Galusha J. Pease and Edward Fleming) hard- 
ware, stoves, and tinware, 46 South Main. 

Peebles J. H., res. 25 Jefferson. 

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Peek Jeremiah, res. 58 North Main. 
Pendleton E. W., res. 15 Lawrence. 
PENINSULAR COURIER AND FAMILY VISITANT, R. A. 

Beal, proprietor, 41 and 43 North Main. 
Perkins John, bds. Cook House. 
Perkins Mrs. J. E., res. 31 Jefferson. 

PERRIN HIRAM, (Wood & Perrin) res. 69 South Main. 
Perry Shields, teamster, res. 26 Traver. 
Perry Walter S., superintendent of Ann Arbor union high and 

ward schools, res. 21 Jefferson. 
PETTIBONE SAMUEL, surveyor, office in McMahon's Block, 

res. cor. Washington and Ingalls. 
Pfeile Adam, laborer, res. West Fourth. 
PFISTERER JOHN, (Hepfer & Pfisterer) bds. Cook House. 
Phillips Mrs. Mary, res. z North Fourth. 
Picard Hiram, carpenter, res. e. s. Grant. 

Pickett David, laborer, res. w. s. State, bet. Fuller and North. 
Pierce Nathan H., res. 39 North Pontiac. 
Place Charles, laborer, res. 46 North Pontiac. 
Plus August, laborer, res. s. e. end West Second. 
Podevils Frederick, laborer, res. cor. Second and William. 
POLHEMUS ABRAM S., (J. A. Polhemus & Son) res. s. w. 

cor. Fourth and Washington. 
Polhemus Arthur, (Storms & Polhemus) bds. 33 Pontiac. 
Polhemus Eugene, bds. 21 North Division. 
POLHEMUS JACOB A., (J. A. Polhemus & Son) res. 40 South 

Fourth. 
Polhemus Mrs. S. E. res. 21 North Division. 
POLHEMUS J. A. & SON., (Jacob A. and Abram S.) livery 

and sale stable, s. e. cor. main and Catherine. 
POND ELIHU B., proprietor of the Michigan Argus, 4 South 

Main, res. 54 South State. 
Pond George H., printer, bds. 9a East Huron. 
PORTER CHARLES B-, dentist, office s. e. cor. Main and 

Huron, res. cor. Washtenaw ave. and Orleans. 
Porter Edward, wool dealer, res. 42 East Washington. 



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Porter Tlieophilus, Ms. 42 East Washington. 

Porter George, painter, bds. 76 Broadway. 

Porter William, painter, office and res. 76 Broadway. 

Post Office, Gregory Block, West Huron. 

Powell Charles, cooper, bds. 28 North Pontiac. 

Powell Mrs. John, res. 28 North Pontiac. 

Pox Mrs. Anna, res. 30 East Liberty. 

Pratt Hovah, boarding house, res, 47 East Ann. 

PRATT SILAS, physician, office and res. 31 Broadway. 

Presbyterian Church, s. w. cor. Huron and Division. 

Prescott Albert B., professor in University of Michigan, res. cor. 

Ingalls and Hill. 
Prescott Sarah, dress and cloak maker, rooms e. s. Fourth, bet. 

Huron and Ann, res. same. 
Preston Francis P., butcher, bds. 29 Liberty. 
Price Joseph G., gardener, and dealer in fruit trees and shrubs, 

res. 13 Orleans. 
PRICE ROBERT J., (Tripp, Ailes & Price) res. 7 cor. Fifth 

and Liberty. 
Price Robert M., currier, res. s. w, end West Second. 
Proctor Steel, carpenter, res. 24 Forest ave. 
Prudden N. A., manuf., of water filters, res. 30 North State. 
Pulcipher George, book binder, bds, 62 Broadway. 
Pulcipher Milo, telegraph operator, res. w. s. Fourth, bet. North 

and Catherine. 
Pulcipher Zera S., carpenter, res. 62 Broadway. 
Pyper Miss Isabella, milliner, rooms n. w. cor. Main and Liberty, 

res. same. 

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Quinlan James, mason, res. s. w. cor. River and Pitcher. 

Quinn Patrick, laborer, res. near old cemetery. 

Quinn Patrick W., merchant tailor, 15 North Fourth, res. same. 

Randall Francis A., carriage painter, _ res. 18 cor. Hiscock and 
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Rapalje Theodore, res. e. s. Second, bet. Ann and Catherine. 
RAWSON IRA G., printer, bds. e. s. Main, bet. Catherine and 

North. 
Rayer William, meat market, 18 East Huron, res. same. 
Raymond Mrs. M. E., res. 12 Lawrence. 
Reck Stephen, marble cutter, res. w. s. Detroit, near Depot. 
Reidy Thomas, laborer, res. 16 South Thayer. 
Reddington Maggie, dressmaker, res. e. s. Fourth, bet. Huron 

and Ann. 
Reinhardt Charles, tinsmith, bds. cor. Fifth and Packard. 
Reinhardt John M., boot and shoe manuf., 42 South Main, res. 

cor. Fifth and Packard. 
Rentschler Frederick, saloon, 40 Liberty, res. same. 
Rest Charles, col., blacksmith, res. East Volland. 
Rettich Charles, tinsmith, bds. 3 and 5 East Washington. 
RETTICH FREDERICK, restaurant and music hall, 3 and 5 

East Washington, res. same. 
Reuther H., res. 24 Fifth. 
REVENAUGH SAM. B., photographic and portrait studio, 28 

East Huron, res. 45 North Main. 
Reyle Adrew, tailor, res. 28 Washington. 
Rhodes George H., carpenter, shop 9 Wall, res. 57 Broadway. 
Rhodes Lewis, (Haviland & Rhodes) res. 44 Broadway. 
Rice Benjamin F., boots and shoes, 17 South Main, res. 45 

East Washington. 
Richards Charles, bds. e. s. Fifth, bet, Detroit and Catherine. 
Richards John, mason, res. n. s. Catherine, near First. 
Richards Miss (Misses Richards & Forbes) millinery and dress- 
making rooms, 41 South Main, res. same. 
Richardson Emilus, carpenter, bds. cor. Packard and Division. 
Richardson Emory, carpenter, res. cor. Packard and Division. 
Richardson Oakley, laborer, res. South Division. 
Richmond Charles H., res. 62 East Huron. 
Riggs James H., col., well digger, res. 4 Wall. 
Rihm Christopher, laborer, res. West Jefferson. 
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Riley Nicholas, tailor, res. w. s. Pitcher. 

Riley Patrick, laborer, res. s. s. Depot, bet. Main and Fourth. 

Riley Thomas, laborer, res. 67 North Main, near jail. 

Riley Timothy, mason, res. w. s. North Main, near jail. 

Riley William, laborer, res. s. s. Depot, bet Main and Fourth. 

Rinch Chauncey, laborer, res. Hill. 

Rinsey Casper, clerk, bds. Gregory House. 

Rinsey David, (Rinsey & Seabolt) res. 58 Washington. 

Rinsey & Seabolt, (David Rinsey and Moses Seabolt) bakery and 

grocery, 6 East Washington. 
Risdon Lewis C, dealer in hardware stoves, etc, 31 South Main, 

res. 71 East Huron. 
ROATH JAY, machinist, res. e. s. Pontiac, near Fifth. 
ROATH MRS. P. A., res. s. e. cor. Pontiac and Fifth. 
ROATH ZACHARY, clerk, bds. s. e. cor. Pontiac and Fifth. 
Robinson Mrs. L. E., res. 9 East University. 
Robison Ambrose V,, (Robison & Co.) res. a. s. Ann, bet First 

and Second. 
Robison Frank, deputy county clerk, res. s. s. Jefferson, bet. Fifth 

and Division. 
ROBISON JOHN J., county clerk, res. 50 cor. Washington 

and Division. 
Robison & Co., (Ambrose T. Robison and Charles Barter) livery- 
stable and hack line. e. s. Fourth, bet. Ann and Hnron. 
Roehm G. A„ proprietor Kossuth House, w. s. Pontiac, near 

Detroit. 
Kixhm Mrs. N., millinery and fancy goods. 4 East Washington. 
Rogers Henry W., lawyer, res. 57 Ejst Huron. 
Refers Henry \V.. Jr, bds. 5; Huron. 
ROGERS MOSES, dealer in agricclr^ral implements, s. w. cor. 

Detroit 43d North, res. s. w. cor. Ann ami Division. 
Rhciie Louis. peddler, res. end South Main. 
KoIj."d Loci*, ci^r-ir ntinut"., e. s. Detroit, bet. Ann arc Catherine. • 

res. e. s. State, bet. Ann and Hsroc. 
Rociii^er Ctrl. Stite Geologist, res. 13 Socth Fiih. 
Roast* George. Ltlvrer. Ms. 55 North Main. 



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Root Charles, res cor. Cherry and Fountain. 

Root Erastus, res. 10 Spring. 

Root Mrs. M. J., res. 9 North State. 

ROOT TRACY W., (C. A. Letter & Co.) res. 58 East Huron. 

Rose Preston B., professor in University of Michigan, res. cor. 

State and Jefferson. 
Rosenburg John, cabinet maker, res. end West Liberty. 
Roth P. R., dealer in Yankee notions, groceries, etc., s. e. cor. 

Liberty and Second, res. same. 
Royce James F., res. 39 East Ann. 
Roys Alpheus, wood turner, s. w. cor. Fifth and North, res. cor. 

West Second and West Jefferson. 
Ruoff Frederick, proprietor of Ruoff's brewery, n. s. Fuller, 

bet. Elizabeth and State, res. same. 
Rupff George, proprietor of Ann Arbor city dye house, 23 South 

Second, res. same. 
Rupp David, carpenter, res. 17 West Second. 
Ruschenberger Thomas, carpenter, res. e. s. West Fourth. 
Russell Noah, col., laborer, res. n. s. Hill. 
Ruthruff Samuel, res. 29 Wall. 
Ryan Catherine, tailoress and dressmaker, n East Huron, res. 

same. 
Ryan Hannah, tailoress, res. 1 1 East Huron. 
Ryan Patrick, laborer, res. e. s. Main, near North. 

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Sage James R., teacher of vocal and instrumental music, 40 

William, res. same. 
Sage Orvill W., laborer, bds. 40 William. 
Saefaet Phillip, laborer, res. w. s. Brown. 
Sager Abram, physician, and professor in University of Michigan, 

res. 18 South State. 
Sager Alfred, bds. 18 South State. 
Samsum William H., carpenter, res. 42 South Ingalls. 
Sanford Rufus S., (Sanford & Carpenter) res. 75 North Fourth. 
Sanford Thomas, res. s. w. cor. Main and Mosely. 



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Sanford & Carpenter, (Rufus S. Sanfbrd and Ezra Carpenter) 

machine shop, 39 North Main. 
Sanzi Christian, saloon, Buchoz Block, Detroit. 
Saunders William W., saloon, 5 Broadway, res. 7 Broadway. 
Schaeberle Adam, harness shop, n. s. Liberty, bet. Main and 

Second, res. 12 West Liberty. 
Schaeberle Anton, harness maker, bds. 12 West Liberty. 
SCHAEBERLE J. F., music teacher, 57 South Main, res. same. 
Schaeberle John, butcher, bds. 55 South Main. 
Schaeberle P. H., harness maker, res. 45. South Main. 
Schairer Frederick, clerk, bds. 14 South Second. 
SchairerJ. G., boot and shoe manuf., 14 South Second, res. 

same. 
Schanborl C, carpenter, res. 31 West Jefferson. 
Schall Christian, painter, res. 4 Maiden Lane. 
Schall Paul, barber, shop under Cook's Hotel, res. 4 Maiden Lane. 
Schermerhorn Amos, machinist, bds. e. s. Fourth, bet. Depot 

and Pontine. 
Schermerhorn Jacob D., machinist, res. e. s. Fouth, bet. Depot 

and Pontiac. 
Schleck Ernest, glue manufacturer, res. 67 West Liberty. 
Schlanderer Frederick, laborer, res. 8 Spring. 
Schleede Frederick, book binder, res. w. s. Second, bet North 

and Catherine. 
Schleede William, (Jedele & Schleede) res. w. s. Spring. 
Schleicher Frederick, clerk, bds. 27 Liberty. 
Schleicher Louis, carpenter, res. 14 Grove. 
Schleicher Mrs. Dora, res. 27 Liberty. 
Schleinker George, shoemaker, bds. s. s. Washington. 
Schley Paul, brewer, bds. Goetz Depot Eating House. 
Schlotterbeck Hermann, confectionery store and saloon, 8 Sooth 

Main, res. same. 
Schmid Christian, lumber yard, s. s. Liberty, bet. Fourth and 

Fifth, res. e. s. First, bet. Washington and Liberty. 
SCHMID FREDERICK, (Mack & Schmid) res. 32 South Fifth. 
Schmid Frederick, clerk, res. 34 South Fourth. 



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Schmid Rev. Frederick, res. 76 South Main. 

SCHMIDT ANDREW R. , manuf. of carriages, buggies, wagons, 

sleighs, etc., n. e. cor. Detroit and North, res. e. s. Division, 

bet. Jefferson and Madison. 
Schmidt P., music teacher, bds. Diehl's Hotel. 

Schneider Carl, teacher of German, res. 29 

Schneider Conrad, painter and paper hanger, res. 54 Liberty. 

Schneider John, blacksmith, res 8 Second. 

Schneider John Jr., blacksmith, bds. 8 Second. 

Schneider Michael, mason, bds. Walker House. 

Schotf Nelson M., res. 44 South Division. 

Schroder Adam, cooper, res. e. s. Second, bet. Catherine and 

Ann 
Schroder Gottlieb, porter Gregory House, bds. same. 
Schuh Jacob F., (Widenmann & Schuh) res. w. s. Fourth, bet. 

Washington and Liberty. 
Schuh Michael J., cooper, res. 30 South Second. 
Schulz Charles, laborer, res. w. s. Spring. 
Schumacher Christian, laborer, res. n. s. North. 
Schumacher Christian, blacksmith, shop w. s. Second, res. s. w. 

cor. Liberty and Second. 
Schumacher John, (Schumacher & Weitbrecht) res. 70 South 

Main. 
Schumacher Mrs. Catherine, res. 14 cor. Liberty and Second. 
Schumacher William F., blacksmith, bds. s. w. cor. Liberty and 

Second. 
Schumacher & Weitbrecht, (J. Schumacher, and C. Weitbrecht) 

dealers in hardware, stoves, and tinware, 68 South Main. 
Schuyler Randall, freight agent, M. C. R. R-, res. 35 Broadway. 
Schuyler Randall, Jr., bds. 35 Broadway. 
Schwab George, carpenter, res. 33 West Liberty. 
Scongle Duncan, wagon maker, bds. Leonard House. 
Scott J.. Austin, res. e. s. Washtenaw ave. 
Scott Mrs. Susan, col., res. 19 Liberty. 
Scott William, teamster, res. cor. Hill and State. 
Scribner Mrs. W., seamstress, res. 5 Broadway. 



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Seabolt Jacob, res. 17 North Pontiac. 

Seabolt Martin, proprietor city laundry, res. 24 Wall. 

Seabolt Moses, (Rinsey & Seabolt) res. 29 Washtenaw. 

Seabolt & McCollum, (J. Seabolt and H. C. McCollum) manufs. 

of brooms, brushes, etc., 4 Wall. 
Seacory J., engineer, res. north end Traver. 
Seaman Ezra C, lawyer, res. 76 East Huron. 
Second Ward German School, West First. 
Second Ward School, cor. West Fourth and West Jefferson. 
Segler Andrew, laborer, res. Hill. 
SESSIONS JOHN Q. A., lawyer, justice of the peace, and 

insurance agent, 11 East Huron, res. n. e. cor. Spring and 

High. 
Sessions Hanson, farmer, res. 12 South Fifth. 
Seyfried Adam, bds. West Fourth, bet. West Jefferson and West 

Liberty. 
Seyfried George, laborer, res. Grove. 
Seyfried Sebastian, res. Grove. 
Seyler Adam D., (Seyler & Gruner) res. n. e. cor. Felch and 

Fountain. 
Seyler & Gruner, (A. D. Seyler and L. Gruner) dealers in boots 

and shoes, 6 North Main. 
Shadford John H., miller, res. 47 Broadway. 
Shaible Ulrich, tanner, res. West Fifth. 
Shall William, painter, bds. 34 Wall. 
SHANNON ROBERT, printer, res. 1 Miller ave. 
Snarl Julius, tailor, res. Grove. 

Shaw Jacob, laborer, bds. w. s. Detroit, near Depot. 
Shaw James, drayman, res. w. s. Detroit, near Depot. 
Shaw John C., drayman, res. iS Forest ave, 
Shaw William A., drayman, bds. iS Forest ave. 
Sheldon Newton, secretary of Washtenaw Mutual Fire Insurance 

Company, 24 South Main, res. w. s. Forest ave. 
Shelmire Frederick G., watch maker, bds. 25 East Liberty. 
Sheehan Henry, tailor, bds. Buchoz Block, Detroit. 
Sheehan Mrs. Martha, res. 46 North Fifth. 



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Sheehan Patrick. H., deputy postmaster, bds. 46 North Fifth. 

Shepard Rev. Benjamin, res. 5 Orleans. 

Shottle Charles, wagon maker, bds. Cook's Hotel. 

Showers Solomon S., tinsmith, lids. 16 South Fifth. 

Shutters Peter, fence builder, res. 13 North Pontiac. 

Shutts A. T., book binder, res. Traver. 

Sinclair John, bds. west end Washtenaw. 

Sinke August T., clerk, bds. South Main, near toll gate. 

Sinke Belinda B., res. cor. Main and Philip. 

Simonds James S., col., barber, shop z East Huron, res. 65 East 

Ann. 
Sipley J. F,, (J. F. Sipley & Son) res. 36 West Huron. 
Sipley Paul, (J. F. Sipley & Son) bds. 36 West Huron. 
Sipley J. F. & Son, (J. F. and Paul) meat market, 7 East Liberty. 
Sipple Caleb, student, res. 23 Thompson. 
Slane Thomas, laborer, res. 28 Traver. 

Slater John, tinsmith, res. n. s, Fountain, bet. Felch and Spring. 
Slawson Edward R., lawyer, and of the firm of Slawson & Son, 

res. 18 North Fifth. 
Slawson Luman R., (Slawson & Son) res. 18 North Fifth. 
Slawson & Son, (Luman R. and Edward R.) dealers in groceries, 

provisions, crockery, etc., s. e. cor. Huron and Fourth. 
Sleven Morris, laborer, bds. 36 North Division. 
Slinder Mrs. Frederick, res. 8a South Main. 
Stinner George, well digger, res. end South Main. 
Smith E. L., machinist, res. 88 East Huron. 
Smith Eliza, res. 7 cor. Orleans and Church. 
Smith George W., shoemaker, res. s. s. Miller ave., near Mann. 
Smith Henry, laborer, res. z Wall. 
Smith James O., boot and shoe manuf., 25 North Main, res. s. s, 

Miller ave., near Mann. 
Smith Misses Lydia and Rachel S., dressmakers, 16 South State, 

res. same. 
Smith Mrs. Rev. George, res. 48 South State. 
Smith Ransom S., president Ann Arbor Savings Bank, res. 

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Smith Samuel, carriage trimmer, res. cor. Main and Pontiac. . 
Smith Wellington D., res. 7 cor. Thayer and South University. 
Smith William, barber, shop 12 South Main, bds. Leonard 

House. 
Smith Willard B., physician and surgeon, office and res. 48 East 

Huron. 
Smith Wilbur, surveyor, res. cor. Huron and Ingalls. 
Snell Emory W., res. 61 East Ann. 
Snell Richard, res. 61 East Ann. 
Sondheim Solomon, merchant tailor, 9 South Main, res. 42 East 

Liberty. 
Sorg Albert, painter, bds. 19 Packard. 
SORG FREDERICK, house, sign, and ornamental painter, 

shop 26 East Washington, res. 19 Packard. 
Spalding A., blacksmith, res. 73 Huron. 
Spalding F. A., physician, office and res. 10 cor. State and 

Washington. 
SPAFFORD OSCAR C, (Spafford & Dodsley) res. 28 North 

State. 
SPAFFORD & DODSLEY, (Oscar C. Spafford and Henry B. 

Dodsley) wholesale and retail manufs. of all kinds of cooper 

work, cor. Detroit and Fifth. ' 

Spathelf Frederick, shoemaker, bds, cor. Fifth and William. 
Spathelf George, carpet weaver, res. n. e. end Pontiac. 
Speechly George, shoemaker, res. Lincoln. 
Speechly George, boot and shoe manuf., 16^3 South State, res. 

Hiscock. 
Speechly Thomas, shoemaker, res. Lincoln. 
Sperlock Lewis, col., assistant porler at Cook's Hotel. 
Sperry David, upholsterer, res. 75 cor. Huron and State. 
Spohr Mrs. Dora, res. West Second. 
Spoor Charles, manuf. of harness, saddles, etc., 45 South Main, 

res. w. s. Fifth, bet. William and Jefferson. 
Sprague Jonathan, merchant tailor, 18 South Main, res. 26 North ' 

Pontiac. 
Squall James, res. 52 Division. 



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Squirl James, laborer, res. 22 Second, 

Stagg Francis C, carpenter, res. n East University. 

STAGG WILLIAM, printer, bds. n East University. 

Stark Jacob, night watchman at M. C. R. R. Depot, res. 33 

Pontiac. 
Stabler George, laborer, res. 42 West Liberty. 
Stearla Michael, laborer, res. West William. 
Steele Rev. Ebenezer, res. 92 East Huron. 
Steele Valentine, lawyer, bds. 92 East Huron. 
STELLE WILLIAM N., dealer in confectionery, tobacco, and 

cigars, 3 South Main, res. 6 West Catherine. 
Steenclcen Hermann, insurance agent, res. Washington, bet. 

Main and Fourth. 
Steinmann John C, book-keeper, bds. s. w. cor, Washington and 

First. 
Stevens Mrs. Annie, res. 41 South Division. 
Stidal Jacob, track repairer, res. w. s. West Sixth. 
Sitting Edward, special night watchman, res. n. e. end Mill. 
Stocking Julia, bookfolder, bds. w. s. end North Main. 
Stocking Mrs. res. w. s. end North Main. 
Stockwell James, carpenter, res. e. s. Church. 
Stoll John, teamster, res. s. s. Hill. 
Stoll David, track repairer, res. w. s. Brown. 
Storms Edward J., painter, res. 29 Wall. 

Storms Eliza, agent Florence Sewing Machines, bds. 8 Broadway. 
Storms George, laborer, bds. 36 Broadway, 
Storms Hiram, (Storms & Polhemus) res. 8 Broadway. 
Storms Jacob, shoemaker, res. 36 Broadway. 
Storms & Polhemus, (H. Storms and A. Polhemus) woolen mills, 

s. s. Mill. 
Stone George, res 55 Division. 
Streeter James W., res. 63 East Ann. 
Stringham Rev. Stephen C, res. 35 Thompson. 
Strong Frank, bill poster, res. s. s. end East Washington. 
STRUVE GEORGE, lock and gunsmith, and bell hanger, 32 

East Washington, bds. Gregory House. 



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Strong Nelson, res. s, s. Packard, bet. Main and Fourth. 
Sumner James E., (Henion & Sumner) res. n, e, cor. State and 

Monroe. 
Sutherland Andrew J., (Sutherland & Whedon) res. 68 South 

Main. 
Sutherland Castle, (C. Sutherland & Co.) res. e. s. Detroit, near 

Depot. 
Sutherland Mrs. Samuel G., res. 28 East Catherine. 
Sutherland C. & Co., (C. Sutherland, L. E. Allen, W. W. Whe- 
don, and A. J. Sutherland) dealers in lumber, lath, shingles, 

etc., yard s. w. cor. Fourth and Depot. 
Sutherland & Whedon, (A. J. Sutherland and W. W. Whedon) 

real estate brokers, commission, life, fire, and accident 

insurance agents, and proprietors of Mineral Springs House, 

office 6 East Huron, up stairs. 
Swartwout Monroe, clerk, bds. s. s. North, bet. State and Thayer. 
Swartwout Mrs. Ersenith, res. s. e. cor. Huron and Ingalls. 
SWATHEL JOHN T., proprietor of Ann Arbor City Mills, e. s. 

North Main, near Depot, res. 17 South State. 
SWIFT JOHN M., (Deubel, Swift & Co.) res. e. s. Elizabeth, 

bet. Fuller and North. 
Swift Mrs. Rachel, res. n North State. 
Swift Mrs. S. E., res. 13 North State. 



TARRANT RICHARD, boot and shoe dealer, 24 South 

Main, bds. n. w. cor. Main and William. 
Tasmer Paul, laborer, res. cor. First and William. 
Tate William, farmer, res. 49 East Liberty. 
Taylor Jay C, patent bed spring manuf., 86 Broadway, res. 

same. 
Taylor John H., mover of buildings, res. 21 Division. 
Taylor Rev. George, res. 11 South Thayer. 
Taylor Sibley G., lawyer, 15 South Main, res. e. s. Thayer bet. 

Washington and North University. 
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TAYLOR THEODORE, dealer in groceries and provisions, 13 
South Main, res. s. w. cor. South Thayer and South Uni- 

Teats Hermann, barber, shop 7 East Huron, res. 9 cor. Thayer 

and Washington. 
Ten Brook Andrew, professor in University of Michigan, res. e. s. 

Washtenaw ave. 
Terhune Enoch, insurance agent, res. 26 North State. 
Terry Albert A., dealer in hats, caps and furs, 15 South Main, 

res. 19 South Division. 
Teufel Anton, harness maker, res. cor. Hill and Main. 
Thayer Charles, res. 45 East Huron. 
Thomas Alfred E., col., cook, res. 56 North Main. 
Thompson Mrs. Apoloney, res. 7 Maynard. 
Thompson Charles B., insurance agent, bds. Cook's Hotel. 
Thompson Chauncey, hack driver, bds. 7 Maynard. 
Thompson Seth, res. 56 South Division. 
THOMPSON THADDEUS, proprietor of hack line, bds. 7 

Maynard. 
Tibbals, William G., stave manuf., res. 32 North State. 
Tice Clarence, hack driver, bds. n. s. Ann bet. First and Second. 
Tice John, carpenter, res. s. s. Hiscock bet. Fountain and 

Spring. 
Tice William, laborer, res. North Main. 
Tolchard William A., teller First National Bank, res. 57 South 

Division. 
Tomlinson Sheldon, res. 12 North State. 
Torrey Edward, mill-wright, res. end North Main. 
Trahey William, laborer, res. s. s. Bowery near State. 
Trake William, res. 16 Bowery. 
Traver Alva, machinist, res. 3 Mill. 
Traver Miss Julia, bookfolder, bds. 54 Broadway. 
Traver Mrs. Absalom, res. 54 Broadway. 

Traver Richard C, gunsmith, 3 East Liberty, res. 9 Thompson. 
Tremain Warren, res. 9 Lawrence. 
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TRIPP, AILES & PRICE, (Charles Tripp, Robert K. Ailes 

and Robert J. Price) foundry and machine shop, s. s. Huron 

west of First. 
Truair Mrs. L. J., clothes cleaner, s. s. Liberty bet. First and 

Second, res. same. 
Tucker Oscar, clerk, bds. w. s. Division bet. Liberty and William. 
Turner Mary C, res. e. s. Thompson. 
Tyler Moses Coit, professor in University of Michigan, res. 36 

East North. 
TYLER D. M., physician, office and res. 26 Broadway. 

TJ 

Union School, bet. Huron, Washington, State and Thayer. 

Unitarian Church, s. w. cor. Fifth and Ann. 

United States Assistant Assessor's Office, R. J. Barry, Assistant 

Assessor, 22 South Main. 
United States Revenue Collector's Office, Bradley F. Granger, 

Collector, 22 South Main, 
University Chronicle, published every alternate Saturday, by 

students of the University. 
University of Michigan, bet. State, East, North and South 

University. 
Upjohn Uriah, res. North University. 

Vail Miss Azubah, res. 20 Broadway. 

Vandawarker Edwin, shoe shop, byi East Huron,- res. e. s. Fifth 

bet. Ann and Huron. 
Vandawarker Jacob, shoemaker, res. 14 North Fifth. 
Vaughan Leonard, res. 7 Church. 
Vaughan W, B., patent roofing, res. e. s. Detroit. 
Vesal Philip J., cooper, res. 30 South Second. 
Vincent James, mason, res. cor. Second and North. 
Volland A. J., bds. 48 East Ann. 
Vote Christian, cabinet maker, res. West Fourth bet. William 

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Volland Jacob, magnetic physician, res. 48 East Ann. 
Vote Christian, carpenter, res. West Fourth. 
Vote John, proprietor of Central Brewery, e. s. North Fifth, res. 
adjoining, 

Wagner Charles, clerk, bds. 43 East Washington. 

Wagner Hermann, clerk, bds. 27 East Liberty. 

Wagner John, blacksmith, res. cor. Washington and Second. 

WAGNER JOHN Jr., wagon and blacksmith shop, n. e. cor. 
Second and Washington, res. s. s. Washington bet. First 
and Second. 

WAGNER WILLIAM, merchant tailor, 21 South Main, res. 43 
East Washington, 

Wahl Jacob, carpenter, res 57 Fourth. 

Wahr Mrs. Mary, res. 24 South Second. 

Walce John, res. West First. 

Waldron Henry C, (Cramer & Waldron) res. 62 East Wash- 
ington. 

Wales Mary B., res. 35 South Division. 

WALKER CHRISTIAN, manuf. of wagons, buggies, etc., s. s. 
Liberty, bet. Main and Second, res. west end Liberty. 

Walker Christian, wagon maker, res. 8 Fifth. 

Walker George, mason, res. w. s. First bet. Catherine and Ann. 

Walker John J., mason, res. 1 Prospect. 

Walker Thomas, meat market, 25 Broadway, res. same. 

Walker Mrs. William, proprietress of Walker House, S. w. cor. 
Catherine and First. 

Walker Warren E., mason, res. 2 Miller ave. 

Wallace William W-, saloon, e. s. Fourth bet. Huron and Wash- 
ington, res. same. 

Walster Mrs., dress and cloak making, res. 43 William. 

Walter Edward L., professor in University of Michigan, res. s. s. 
South University. 

Walter Gurstone, laborer, res. West Third. 

Wate Christian, carpenter, res. West Second. 



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Walz Ludwig, groceries, confectionery and saloon, 50 South 

Main, res. same. 
Walz Paul', (Goetz & Walz) res. 47 South Main. 
WANTY HENRY G., printer, bds. 43 North Main. 
Wanty Mrs. Elizabeth, boarding house, 43 North Main. 
Wanzeck Mrs. Frederick, res. 6 Fifth. 
Warner Mrs. S., res. cor. Ann and Observatory. 
Washington Horace, col., laborer, res. e. s. Pontiac, bet. Fifth 

and Detroit. 
Washtenaw House, 9 Broadway. 
Wasser John, saloon, n. s. Ann bet. Fourth and Main, res. s. s. 

North, bet. Detroit and Division. 
Wasser John Jr., bds. s. s. North, bet. Detroit and Division. 
Wasser Thomas, carpenter, res. w. s. Elizabeth. 
WATERMAN NOBLE R., book-keeper, bds. n. s. Huron bet. 

First and Mann. 
Watkins James B., agent fruit trees, res. 35 East Liberty. 
Watson Edwin, bds. e. s. Observatory. 
Watson George, bds. 4 North. 

Watson James C, professor in University of Michigan, and 
of the firm of J. C. Watson & Co., res. Astronomical Obser- 
vatory. 
Watson James C, steam fitter, bds. Cook's Hotel. 
Watson James H. carpenter, res. 20 Hiscock. 
Watson Mrs. Mary, res. 19 East University ave. 
Watson William, res. e. s. Observatory. 
Watson J. C. & Co., (J- C. Watson and B. J. Conrad) book- 
sellers, photographers and stationers, 28 East Huron. 
Watts Benjamin F., (J. C. Watts & Bro.) bds. 43 North Main. 
Watts Joseph C, (J. C. Watts & Bro.) res. 25 East Liberty. 
Watts J. C. & Bro., (Joseph C. and Benjamin F.) jewelery store, 

10 South Main. 
Way Mrs. Frances, res. north west end Mill. 
Webster David, agent Singer sewing machines, res. 20* North 

Division. 
Webster Stephen, res. n, s. Ann bet. State and Thayer. 



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Webster James R., (J. R. Webster & Co.) res. n. s. Catherine 

bet. Division and Fifth. 
Webster J. R. & Co., (James R. Webster and Andrew DeForest) 

booksellers and stationers, 8 East Huron. 
Webster F., res. 45 Thompson, 
Webster Orville F., harness maker, res. 45 Thompson. 
Webster Stephen M., (Miller & Webster) res. s. e. cor. State and 

Catherine. 
Weidelich George, saloon keeper, s. s. Wasington, bet. Main and 

Second, res. same. 
Weil Aaron, leather dealer, bds. cor. Washington and First. 
Weil Samuel, clerk, bds. cor. Huron and First. 
Weinmann Christian, mason, res. West First. 
Weinmann Michael, meat market, n. w. cor. Washington and 

Fifth, res. same. 
Weiss Gabriel, marble polisher, res. cor. Liberty and West 

Seventh. 
Weissenger C, peddler, res. West Jefferson. 
Weissenger Martin, machinist, bds. West Jefferson, 
Weisinger Mrs. Magdalene, res. 24 West Huron. 
Weitbrecht Frederick, blacksmith, res. 23 West Liberty. 
Weitbrecht Christian, (Schumacher & Weitbrecht) res. s. e. cor. 

Liberty and West Second. 
Weitbrecht George, cooper, res. e. s. West Fourth. 
Weitbrecht Gottlieb, tinsmith, bds. cor. Liberty and West 

Second. 
Weitbrecht John, teamster, res. 43 West Liberty. 
Welles Miss Clara S., res. 10 Division. 
Wells Charles L., student, bds. 12 North Division. 
Wells Ebenezer, physician, res. 12 North Division. 
Wells William H., student, bds. \2 North Division. 
West Mrs. John, res. 28 East Liberty. 
West John, col., shoemaker, res. s. s. Fuller bet. Detroit and 

State. 
Western Brewery, w. s. West Fourth bet. Liberty and West 

Jefferson. 

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West William, col., blacksmith, res. 73 North Fourth. 

VVessinder Martin, cabinet maker, bds. north west end West Jef- 
ferson. 

Wheaton Misses Eliza M. and M. Eveline, dress and cloak mak- 
ers, n, s. Huron, near State. 

Whedon William W., (Sutherland & Whedon) res. 44 South 
State. 

Wheeler George S. County Superintendent of Schools, res. 44 
Thompson. 

Wheeler John M., lawyer, res. n. s. West Huron. 

Wheeler Monson, retired merchant, res. 37 South Fifth. 

White Bradford, laborer, bds. 55 Broadway. 

White Eber, farmer, res, 69 West' Liberty. 

White Henry R., (Jenkins & White) res. 12 South Fifth. 

White James, laborer, bds. 55 Broadway. 

Wicks Eugene, bds. 40 North Fourth. 

Wicks James, res. 55 North Main. 

Wicks Rums B., (Wicks & Mclntyre) res. n. e. cor. North 
and Fourth. 

Wicks & Mclntyre, (Rufus B. Wicks and William H. Mcln- 
tyre) dealers in groceries and provisions, 3 East Huron. 

Widenmann August, (Widenmann & Schuh) res. 44 South 
Fourth. 

Widenmann Robert, bds. 44 South Fourth. 

WIDENMANN & SCHUH, (August Widenmann and Jacob 
F. Schuh) dealers in hardware, stoves, iron, coal, felloes, 
hubs and spokes, 23 and 25 South Main. 

Wiggans Thomas, laborer, res. 53 North Main. 

Wilder John, res. n South Thayer. 

Wildt Emanuel E., res. w. s. North Main near Depot. 

Wilkinson Mrs. Hannah, res. 22 West Huron. 

Wilkinson Thomas, physician, res. 5 Mill. 

Willcoxson James M., lawyer, res. 13 North Division. 

Williams Albert, laborer, bds. 30 Wall. 

Williams Charles, carpenter, res. 50 North Main. 

Williams Charles H. Jr., bds. 30 Division. 



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Williams Mrs. Elizabeth, res. 30 Wall. 

Williams Mrs. E. T., res. 24 South Fourth. 

Williams Floyd, farmer, res. 18 Grove. 

Williams George P., professor in University of Michigan, res. 20 

North Fifth. 
Williams Lester, clerk, res. 50 South State. 
Williams Mrs. Nancy, col., washwoman, res. S Maiden Lane. 
Williams William W., machinist, bds. 30 Wall. 
Willis C. 0- carpenter, res. 5 Elizabeth. 
Willis J. B., carpenter, bds. 5 Elizabeth. 
Willis J. W, carpenter, bds. 5 Elizabeth. 
Wilmot Henry, peddler, res. e. s. Grant. 
Wilmot Charles C, bds. e. s. Washtenaw ave. 
Wilmot Charles T., res. e. s. Washtenaw ave. 
Wilsey Alvin, dealer in pianos, melodeons, etc., 45 South 

Main, res. w. s. Forest ave bet. Willard and Huron ave. 
Wilson Clarence, physician, res. 33 North Pontiac. 
Wilson Hiland, baker, bds. Walker House. 
Wiltak Mrs. William, res. 44 Fifth, 
Wiltsie Mrs. Charlotte B., res. 19 South Thayer. 
Winans N. H. clerk, res. e. s. Ingalls bet. Washington and 

North University. 
Winchell Alexander, Professor in University of Michigan, res. 

1 1 North University. 
Winchell S. Robertson, professor in Union High Sehool, res. 44 

South Ingalls. 
Winegar Franklin E., clerk, bds. w. s. Miller ave. 
WINEGAR PHILIP, agent Home shuttle sewing machines, 3 

East Huron, res. w. s. Miller ave. 
Wines Abram B., drayman, res. 22 Forest ave. 
Wines Charles A., carpenter, res. 33 North Pontiac. 
Wines William W., (Wines & Worden) res. s. e. cor. Main and 

Packard. 
Wines & Worden, (William W. Wines and Charles H. Worden) 

dry goods, 20 South Main. 
Winnington Charles, harness maker, res. East Liberty. 



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Wilmington Samuel, carpenter, res. s. s. Mosely. 

Winoman William, laborer, res. Brown. 

Winslow Amos H., bds. 19 North State. 

Winslow E. E., bds. 19 North State. 

Winslow George H., bds. 19 North State. 

Wise Sebastian, blacksmith, bds. 65 South Main. 

Wiseman Henry, bds, 53 Washington. 

Wissler Henry H., agent Grover & Baker Sewing Machines, 
Gregory House Block, bds, Gregory House. 

Witzel Christmann, wagon maker, res. cor. Liberty and First. 

Wolaver George, brakeman M. C. R. R., bds. 6 Brown. 

Wolaver Wells T„ laborer, bds. 7 Broadway. 

Wood DeVolson, professor in University of Michigan, res. 3 
East University ave. 

Wood Darius S., res. 68 South Main. 

Wood Mrs. E. A., res. s. s. Jefferson bet. Fifth and Division. 

WOOD SELLICK S., (Wood & Perrin) res. 27 Division. 

WOOD & PERRIN, (Sellick S. Wood and Hiram Perrin) fruit 
and commission merchants, e. s. Depot, cor. Fifth. 

Woodard Mrs. Mary, res. 3 Orleans. 

Woodruff Benjamin, farmer, res. cor. Forest ave. and Orleans. 

Woodruff Franklin, homoeopathic physician, office 7 East Huron. 

Woodruff Peter D., carpenter, res. cor. Forest ave. and Orleans. 

Worden Arthur L., clerk, bds. n. e. cor. William and Thomp- 
son. 

Worden Charles H., (Wines & Worden) res. n. e. cor. Wil- 
liam and Thompson. 

Wort Justice, carpenter, res. 

Wright Archibald, carpenter, res. 1 Washtenaw. 

Wright M. S., carpenter, res. n. s, Catherine bet. State and 
Thayer. 

Wright Walter, hds. 1 Washtenaw. 

Wuerthner Gabriel, shoemaker, bds. s. s. Washington bet. 
Main and Second. 

Wurster Frederick, (Handy, Wurster & McLean) res. n, s. 
Washtenaw ave. near Forest ave. 



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Yedely Camail, turner, res. cor. Liberty and West Third. 

Young James, res. s. s. Hiscock. 

Young Miss Harriet, school teacher, bds. w. s. Thayer bet. South 

University and Monroe. 
Yungferd Gustave, laborer, bds. end North Main. 
Yungferd Mrs. Frederick, res. end North Main. 

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Zachraann Sophia, meat market, e. s. Detroit, bet. Catherine and 

Fifth, res. same. 
Zeeb Mrs. Jacob, res. 22 South Second, 
Ziegler John, laborer, res. n. s. Fall. 
Ziegler John Jr., clerk, bds. n. s. Fall. 
Ziegler Mrs. Frederick, res. cor. Washington and Second. 
Zuck Alonzo, farmer, res. South Main. 



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AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 

Finnegan, Howard & Moore, junction Detroit and Fourth. 
ROGERS MOSES, s. w. cor. North and Detroit. 

ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS. 

Banister Harvey, West Second. 
Covert N. B., n. s. West Huron. 

DOUGLASS, MALLORY & CO.,s. w. cor. North and Fifth. 
Hammon Albert, e. s. Washtenaw ave. 
Hicks Wesley, 16 Wall. 
' Hilton William, 5 Forest ave. 
Jacobus George, s. s. Fuller near State, 
Jones Marvin V. K., 15 Elizabeth. 
KEATING TIMOTHY E., s. s. Ann near Ingalls. 
Krapf Conrad, 24 East Washington. 
Laffrey Anthony, 9 Elizabeth. 
Morwick James, 70 East Washington. 
Mount Barclay B., 44 East Huron. 
Terry Albert A., 15 South Division. 
Wines Daniel E., s. w. cor. Fourth and Packard. 
Wright M. S., n. s. Catherine bet. State and Thayer. 

AUCTIONEERS. 

Bliss Wallace W., cor. William and Fifth. 
Boylan Charles, 58 South Division. 



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BAKERS. 

Albrecht George, w. s. Pontiac bet. Fifth and Summit. 

CLARK & CROPSEY, 39 South Main. 

Gerstner Louis, e. s. Detroit bet. Ann and Catherine. 

HALL AUGUSTUS R„ 33 North Main. 

Lodholz Gottlieb, 4 Broadway. 

Rinsey & Seabolt, 6 East Washington. 

BANKS. 

Ann Arbor Savings Bank, s. e. cor. Main and Huron. 

First National Bank, 22 South Main. 

Miller & Webster, Gregory House Block, West Huron. 



KNOWLTON E. J., 24 North State. 
BARBERS. 

Freeman George G., Leonard House. 

Lucas Morris, s. s. Huron bet. Main and Second. 

Schall Paul, under Cook's Hotel. 

Simons James S., 2 East Huron. 

Smith William, 12 South Main. 

Teats Hermann, 7 East Huron. 

BILLIARD HALLS. 

Besimer William, s. s. Huron bet. Main and Second. 
Binder Henry, 51 South Main. 
Campbell & Eberhardt, 11 North Main. 
Downer Charles, under Cook's Hotel. 
Leonard Andrew, Leonard House. 

BLACKSMITHS. 

Alber Frederick, e. s. end North State. 

ARKSEY NICHOLAS, w. s. Detroit opposite Division. 

Handy Michael, n. s. Liberty bet. Main and Fourth. 



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DKUGS, MEDICIIES, CHEMICALS. 



EBERBACH & CO., 

APOTHECARIES AND CHEMISTS, 

DRUGS, MEDICINES 

Chemicals, Perfumery, Fancy Articles, Chemical Apparatus, 
Truss, etc., etc. 

PATENT MEDICINES 

And all aritcles kept by Druggists generally. Also, 

WINES AND LIQUORS FOR MEDICINAL USE 



PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS 

CAREFULLY PREPARED. 

NO. 12 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ANN ARBOR, MICH. 
HTJTZEL <& CO., 

Keep on hand a full supply of 

PAINTS, OILS, GROCERIES 

WINDOW GLASS, BRUSHES, ETC. 

NO. 14 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ANN ARBOR, MICH. 

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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

TEAS, COFFEES, SUGARS, 

SYRUFS AND SPICES. 

Together with a full line of 

GENERAL GROCERIES 

A large and well selected stock of Boots and Shoes, constantly 

on hand. Also a full line of Fancy Goods, Tobacco and 

Cigars, at the old established stand, 

"MATNARD BLOCK," 

CORNER MAIN AND ANN STS. 

ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE PURCHASED AT THE 
HIGHEST CASH FIGURES. 

AUSTIN'S 

GREAT WESTERN 

REN OVA TOR 

A WRELT VEGETABLE PREPARATION 

Thoroughly tried, and proved to possess a truly wonderful con- 
trol over all diseases arising from 

IMPURITIES OF THE BLOOD 

Such as Scrofula Ulcers, Fever Sores, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, 

Erysipelas, Skin Eruptions, Chronic Inflammation of the 

Eyes, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Jaundice, Piles, 

Sick Headache, Chronic Rheumatism, Neuralgia, 

Catarrh, Asthma, and bad effects of Calomel. 

Prepared and Sold, Wholesale and Retail by 

E- ID. -A-TTSTITXT, PROPRIETOR, 

NO. 9 EARL'S BLOCK, UP STAlRS, ANN ARBOR. 

PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE, U. 8. A. 



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Handy, Wurster & McLean, 25 North Fourth. 

Haviland & Rhodes, 3 and 5 Wall. 

Heartley George W., e. s. Fourth bet. Huron and Washingtoi 

Henderson Joseph, 26 North Fourth. 

Kearns William, n. w. cor. Catherine and Fourth. 

West & Jewett, n. s. Catherine bet. Main and Fourth. 

SCHMIDT ANDREW R, n. e. cor. Detroit and North. 

Schumacher Christian, 18 South Second. 

Schneider John, 8 South Second. 

WAGNER JOHN Jr., n. e. cor. Second and Washington. 

BOOK BINDERY. 

BEAL R. A., 41 and 43 North Main, 

BOOKS AND STATIONERY. 

Gilmore & Fiske, 4 Gregory House Block, North Main. 
Moore John, 3 Gregory House Block, North Main. 
Watson J. C. & Co., 28 East Huron. 
Webster J. R. & Co., 8 East Huron. 

BOOTS AND SHOES. 

Banfield Henry, 27 North Main. 

Bauerle Matthews, w. s. Fourth, bet. Ann and Catherine. 

Bliss Wallace W., 9 East Huron. 

Brennan & Son, 17 North Fourth. 

Brodbeck Michael, 9 East Liberty. 

Doty Alonzo M., 14 Broadway. 

DUFFY EDWARD, n. w. cor. Main and Ann. 

Eldridge Caleb, n. s. Huron bet. Main and Second. 

Finley & Lewis, 2 East Huron. 

Foster John J., 24 East Huron. 

Jedele & Schleede, s. e. cor. Washington and Second. 

O'Hara William, 5 North Main. 

Reinhardt John M., 42 South Main. 

Rice Benjamin F., 17 South Main. 



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Rockwell Bryant T., 8 North Main, up stairs. 
Seyler & Graner, 6 North Main. 
Smith & Son, 25 North Main. 
TARRANT RICHARD, 24 South Main. 
Vandawarker Edwin, 6)4 East Huron, up stairs. 

BREWERS. 

Ekhardt Brothers, cor. Liberty and First. 
HILL & CHAPIN, n. w. cor. State and Fuller. 
Ruoff Frederick, n. s. Fuller bet. State and Elizabeth. 
Volz John A., s. e. cor. Fifth and Summit. 
Western Brewery, West Fourth. 

BRICK YARD. 

Moran John, Mosely near South Main. 

BROOM MANUFACTURERS. 
Seabolt & McCollum, 4 Wall. 

CARRIAGE AND WAGON MAKERS. 

ARKSEY NICHOLAS, w. s. Detroit opposite Divison. 

Burnett Asa, n. e. cor. Main and Catherine. 

Brown Michael, 5 East Liberty. 

Bross Jacob F., 67 South Main. 

Handy, Wurster & McLean, zi and 13 North Fourth. 

Harris John, w. s. Main bet. Ann and Catherine. 

KLAIS JOHN, n. s. Washington bet. Main and Second. 

SCHMIDT ANDREW R., n. e. cor. Detroit and North. 

Schneider John, 8 South Second. 

WALKER CHRISTIAN, s. s. Liberty bet. Main and Second. 

WAGNER JOHN Jr., n. e. cor. Washington and Second. 

CIGAR MANUFACTURERS. 
Benham Samuel G., 10 East Huron. 
Harkins John, n. w. cor. Main and Ann. 
Roland Louis, e. s. Detroit, bet. Ann and Catherine. 



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FREDERICK SORG, 



House, Sign, Ornamental and Carriage Painting, Graining, 

Glazing, Paper Hanging, and Gilding done in a 

workmanlike manner, 



PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES 



Brushes, Glass, Putty, etc., and everything in this line constantly 
on hand, and for sale at Wholesale and Retail. 



28 EAST WASHINGTON ST. 

EJ. J. JOHlTSOiq-, 

HATS, CAPS, FURS 

FURNISHING GOODS. 

ALSO MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF LADIES' FURS. 

At this old and popular establishment may always be found a 

full assortment of the best goods ; and if not immediately 

at hand, will be ordered to meet the demand. 

PURS BOUGHT A.3STI5 SOLD. 

ALL GOODS WARRANTED AS RREPRESENTED. 

NO. 7 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ANN ARBOR, MICH. 



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Q-O TO TUB 

METROPOLITAN 

NO. 33 SOUTH MAIN ST., 

MILLINERY, RIBBONS, FLOWERS, 

LACES, HOSIERY, GLOVES, 

TOWELS, NAPKINS, TABLE LINENS AND FANS. 

PARASOLS, SUN UMBRELLAS, 
Corsets, Ladies' Made-up Dresses and Undergarments, etc., etc. 

A LARGE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. 

H. COHBN. 

PEJ^SULAR~PAPER CO., 

TPSILAJSTTI, MICH. 
a-AJFIT-A-IL., $100,000.00 

MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF 

BOOK .AJSTD ]STEWS 

PRINTING PAPERS 

This establishment is complete in all its various departments, 
and the 

Largest extant in the State. 

John W. Vancleve, S. A. BARNES, 

Secretary. President. 



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CLAIM AGENT, 
(jott John N., s. e. cor. Huron and Fourth. 

CLOTHING. 
Jacobs Joe T., 16 South Main. 
SONDHEIM SOLOMON, 9 South Main. 
WAGNER WILLIAM, 21 South Main. 

COAL DEALERS. 

Cole Nelson B., s. w. cor. Huron and Fifth. 
Widenmann & Schuh, 23 and 25 South Main. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 
WOOD & PERRIN, s. e. cor. Depot and Fifth. 
COMPOSITION ROOFING. 

Murray Michael, s. s. Jefferson bet. Fifth and Division. 
Vaughan W. B., e. s. Detroit. 

CONFECTIONERS. 

HANGSTERFER J. & SON, 30 South Main. 
Schlotterbeck Hermann, 8 South Main. 
STEELE WILLIAM N., 3 South Main. 
WALZ LUDWIG, 50 South Main. 

COOPERS. 

Dieterle Adam, s. e. cor. Liberty and First. 

Jones James, 43 Broadway. 

Schroder Adam, e. s. Second bet. Catherine and Ann. 

Schuh Michael, 30 South Second. 

SPAFFORD & DODSLEY, cor. Detroit and Fifth. 

CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE. 

Dean & Co., 44 South Main. 
Dor, ielly J. & P., n East Huron. 
Gil<. rist A., 30 East Huron. 



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GERNER JOHN, n. e. cor. Main and Liberty. 
MACK & SCHMID, 54 South Main. 
Slawson & Son, s. e. cor. Huron and Fourth. 
TAYLOR THEODORE, 13 South Main. 

DENTISTS. 
JACKSON WALTER H., s. w. cor. Main and Huron. 
Jenkins & White, n. w. cor. Main and Washington. 
NICHOLS WILLIAM W., 19 South Main. 
PORTER CHARLES B., s. e. cor. Main and Huron. 

DRESS AND CLOAK MAKERS. 

Bohn Miss Frank S., 56 South Main. 

Easton Mrs. M., 43 South Main. 

Foster Mrs. John ]., e. s. Fourth bet. Ann and Huron. 

GANSON MRS. J. A., 50 South Main. 

Gilshanan Miss Mary, n. e. cor. Detroit and Catherine. 

Jeffres Mrs. E. M., 45 South Main. 

Prescott Miss Sarah, e. s. Fourth bet. Ann and Huron. 

Richards & Forbes, 41 South Main. 

Ryan Catherine, w. s. Main near North. 

Smith Rachel and Lydia, n. w. cor. State and Liberty. 

Walsters Mrs., 43 East William, 

Wheaton Misses Eliza M. and M. Eveline, n. s. Huron near State. 

DRUGGISTS. 

EBERBACH & CO., 12 South Main. 
Ellis R. W. & Co., 2 South Main cor. Huron. 
GIDLEY EDWIN B., 12 East Huron. 
Grenville George, 5 South Main. 
LEITER C. A. & CO., 1 Gregory Block. 
Nichols Harrison A., 1 Broadway. 

DRY GOODS. 

ANN ARBOR TRADING ASSOCIATION, 18 South Main. 
BACH & ABEL, 26 South Main. 



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DEALERS IN 



GROCERIES, 

"WOOL AND PRODUCE 

CORNER OF MAIN AND LIBERTY STREETS, ANN ARBOR. 

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OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 
CLOTHS, CA&8IMERES, VESTING8 

AND TAILORS' TRIMMINGS 

GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS 

TRUNKS, VALISES AND CARPET BAGS. 

NO. 21 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ANN ARBOR, MICH. 
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This commonplace yet exceedingly useful article it simple, strong, 
compact and durable, yet light and easy to manipulate, and marvel - 
ously adjustable. By various simple modifications or this one vessel, 
it affords sponge, hip, spine, half and full baths ; small for a child and 
large for an adult, and takes but little water. It is soft, pliable and 
grateful to the touch. It may be used readily in the sick room, or any 
room without danger of soiling carpet or furniture, and for storage may 
be hung against the wall as tidy as a common garment. The price is 
$15, and many who have used it for several years esteem this bath, 
which requires no special room, preferable to an ordinary tali room 
artdfixture', at ten times the cost. It is the embodiment of cheapness, 
simplicity and efficiency. The UNIVERSAL BATH is sold exclusively 
by canvassers. The enterprise had at first much to encounter. Al- 
though nearly every intelligent person praised it, yet scarcely one in a 
thousand had conveniences for bathing, and we soon learned that to 
influence those who had a bath, to try something better, and to con- 
vince those who had not, that there was a necessity for its use, or 
even that cleanliness was productive of health, was a difficult task. 
Still, the work has steadily progressed, until now THE UNIVERSAL 
BATH is quite common in more than half of the States in the Union, 
and from all parts and nearly all grades of men, come the most deci- 
sive and enthusiastic testimonials of its merits. 

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Clancy John, 4 East Huron. 

Coyle Luke, n. s. Ann bet. Main and Fourth. 

Donovan Patrick, 10 Broadway. 

Fantle Charles, 43 South Main, 

MACK & SCHMID, 54 South Main. 

Maynard John H., 7 North Main. 

MILLEN CHAUNCEY H., 4 South Main. 

O'Hara William, 5 North Main. 

Wines & Worden, 20 South Main. 

DYE HOUSE. 

Rupff George, 33" South Second. 

EATING HOUSES. 

Besimer William, s. s. Huron, bet. Main and Second. 
CLARK & CROPSEY, 39 South Main. 
Drake Nathan, 20 East Huron. 
Goetz John, M. C. R. R. Depot. 

FLOUR AND FEED. 

DUFFY EDWARD, n. w. cor. Main and Ann. 
Hoffstetter John G. 29 East Washington. 
KELLY & NORTON, n. w. cor. Ann and Fourth. 
Laubengayer John G., 14 West Liberty. 
Rinsey & Seabolt, 6 East Washington. 

FLOURING MILLS. 

Cummings G, e. s. Broadway, north of Maiden Lane. 

Goodale & Henley, 5 miles northwest of city. 

Gray & Co., one and one-half miles n. w. of city. 

Osborn H. & J., four miles n. w. of city. 

PARTRIDGE A. H., cor. Grove and Hill, 

SWATHEL J. T., e. s. North Main. 

SWIFT, DEUBEL & CO., w. s. Broadway, near river. 



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FOUNDRIES. 



Finnegan, Howard & Moore, e. s. Broadway near river. 
TRIPP, AILES & PRICE, s. s. Huron, west of First. 

FRUIT PACKERS. 

Henning David, foot of Detroit. 

SPAFFORD & DODSLEY, cor. Detroit and Fifth. 

WOOD & PERRIN, s. e. cor. Fourth and Depot. 

FURNITURE. 

Keck John & Co., 52 South Main. 
Muehlig F. & Sons, 37 South Main. 

GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 

GILBERT & CO., 13 East Huron. 
Henion & Sumner, 5 East Huron. 
Jacobs Joe T., 16 South Main. 
Johnson E. J., 7 South Main. 
SONDHEIM SOLOMON, 9 South Main. 
Terry A. A., 15 South Main. 
WAGNER WILLIAM, 21 South Main. 

GLUE MANUFACTURER. 

Schleck Ernest, s. s. Liberty near West Seventh. 

GROCERS. 

ANN ARBOR TRADING ASSOCIATION, 18 South Main. 

Bell Andrew, 2 East Washington. 

Boylan B. F., s. w. cor. Huron and Fifth. 

Clancy John, 4 East Huron. 

CLARK & CROPSEY, 39 South Main. 

darken George, n. s. Ann bet. Main and Fourth. 

Coyle Luke, n. s. Ann bet. Main and Fourth. 

Donnelly J. & P., 11 East Huron. 

Donovan Patrick, ro Broadway. 



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WOOD & PERRIN, 

PRODUCE AND 

COMMIS SION MER CHANTS 

APPLES, CIDER, PORK, AND WOOL, SPECIALTIES. 



WILLIAM HBRZ, 

HOUSE, SIGN, ORNAMENTAL, AND 

FRESCO PAINTER 

PAPERING, GLAZING, GILDING, CALCIMINING, 

And work of every description in my line done in the best style 

and warranted to give satisfaction. 

SHOP NO. 6 WEST WASHINGTON STREET. 

~~ MCHOLAS ARKSEY, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

cla_:r,:r,i-ax3-:e s 

Buggies, Wagons and Sleighs. 

Of every style. Made of the best material and warranted. 
Repairing done promptly, and prices reasonable. 

DETROIT STREET, NEAK RAILROAD DEPOT, ANN ARBOR, MICH. 

KELLY & NORTON, 

DEALERS IN 

FLOUR, FEED AND GRAIN 

Flower, Garden and Field Seeds. 

ANN AND FOURTH STREETS. 



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WILLIAM W. NICHOLS, 



All operations performed in a most thorough manner, and Nitrous 
Oxyde Gas administered when desired. 

19 SOUTH MAIN ST., OPPOSITE NATIONAL BANK. 

SPAFFORD & DODSLEY, 

Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers id all kinds of 



COOPER WORK. 

Cash paid for Staves, Heading, Hoops and Hoop Poles. Also, 
Dealers in 

APPLES, CIDER AND POTATOES. 

CORNER OF DETROIT AND FIFTH STREETS. 

ANN ARBOR CITY MILLS. 

J. T. SWATHEL, Prop'r. 

ALL KINDS OF FLOUR, MEAL, FEED AND GRAIN 

DELIVERED IN ANY PART OF THE CITY. 

ORDERS LEFT IN MY ORDER BOX AT THE POST OFFICE 
PROMPTLY EXECUTED. 

JOHN KLAIS. 

CABBIAGE AND WAGON MAKES. 

Custom Work Done with Neatness and Dispatch. 

WASHINGTON STREET, BETWEEN MAIN AND SECOND, ANN ARBOR. 

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DUFFY EDWARD, n. w. cor. Main and Ann. 
Earl Thomas, 9 North Main. 
GERNER JOHN, 49 South Main. 
GILCHRIST A., 30 East Huron. 
Goetz & Co., 47 South Main. 
Gould John M., n. s. Ann bet. Main and Fourth. 
HALL AUGUSTUS R., 23 North Main. 
HERZ & ORTMANN, 12 Broadway. 
Hoffstetter John G., 29 East Washington. 
Hoffstetter J. & Bros., 34 South Main. 
HUTZEL & CO., 14 South Main. 
MACK & SCHMID, 54 South Main. 
Rinsey & Seabolt, 6 East Washington. 
Slawson & Son, s. e. cor. Huron and Fourth. 
TAYLOR THEODORE, 13 South Main. 
Wicks & Mclntyre, 3 East Huron. 
Wines & Worden, 20 South Main. 

GUNSMITHS. 

Struve Charles, 32 East Washington. 
Traver Richard, 3 East Liberty. 

HACK AND BAGGAGE LINE. 

Robison & Baxter, e. s. Fourth bet. Ann and Huron. 
THOMPSON THADDEUS, 7 Maynard. 

HARDWARE. 

Hoffstetter J. & Bro., 34 South Main. 
HUNT JOHN W., 6 South Main. 
Pease & Fleming, 46 South Main. 
Risdon Lewis C„ 31 South Main. 
Widenmann & Schuh, 23 and 25 South Main. 

HARNESS MAKERS. 

Bliss Edgar D., 9 East Huron. 

BURKHARDT JOHN, n. s., Ann bet. Main and Fourth. 



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Schaeberle Anton, n. s. Liberty bet. Main and Second. 
Spoor Charles, 45 South Main. 

HATS, CAPS AND FURS. 

Henion & Sumner, 5 East Huron. 
Johnson E. J., 7 South Main. 
Terry A. A., 15 South Main, 

HOTELS. 

COOK'S HOTEL, s. w. cor. Huron and Fourth. 
Diehl's Hotel, n. e. cor. Detroit and Fuller. 
GREGORY HOUSE, n. w. cor. Main and Huron. 
Kossuth House, s. w. cor. Pontiac and Summit. 
LEONARD HOUSE, s. s. Huron bet. Main and Second. 
Walker House, s. w. cor. First and Catherine. 
Washtenaw House, 13 Broadway. 

ICE CREAM PARLORS. 

CLARK & CROPSEY, 39 South Main. 

Gwinner Albrecht, e. s. Detroit bet. Ann and Catherine. 

HANGSTERFER & SON, s. w. cor. Main and Washington. 

ICE DEALERS. 

ANDRES MICHAEL, 7 Washtenaw. 
Kittredge Hiram, 55 North Main, 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Banks John O., 50 South State. 
Cramer & Waldron, s. w. cor. Main and Huron. 
Gott John N., s. e. cor. Huron and Fourth. 
KING ZINA P., s. e. cor. Main and Huron. 
MACK CHRISTIAN, 54 South Main. 
SESSIONS J. Q. A., ri East Huron. 
Sutherland & Whedon, 6 IJast Huron. 
Taylor Sibley G., 15 South Main. 
Terhune Enoch, 26 North State. 1 

Thompson C. B., 15 South Main. 



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W. A. LOVEJOY, 

TOBACCONIST 

And dealer in First Class Cigars and the best Brands of Fancy 

Smoking Tobacco, Snuffs, Meerschaum and Briar Pipes and a 

general assortment of Smoker's articles. 

7 EAST B7UROJN ST., AJVJV ARBOR. 

CARRIAGE, WAG OW AND SLEI&S MANUFACTORY 

CHRISTIAN WALKER, 
11 W. LIBERTY, BETWEEN MAIN AND SECOND STS. 

Carriages, Wagons, and Sleighs made to order and in the most 
modern styles. Repainting, Repairing and altering over all 
styles of second hand work. Also, Horse Shoeing, and other 
kinds of Job work done. All work warranted of the first class, 
6. W. EFFNfiR, Supt. of Pain ting iind Trimming <1 ep 11 rtiiieut. 

F. MTJKLXIG & SONS. ~ 

Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in 

FURNITURE \ UPHOLSTERY 

LOOKING GLASSES, ETC. 
Undertaking in all its Branches. All orders for new goods 
promptly filled. Also dealers in all kinds of Hardwood Lumber 
All kinds of lumber sawed to order at our mill in Mooreville. 
NO. 35 SOOTH MAIN STREET, ANN ARBOR, MICH. 

J. U. BINDER, 

MEAT MARKET 

Keeps on hand all kinds of Fresh and Salt Meats, Smoked 
Meats, Lard, etc., etc. 

LIBERTY, BETWEEN MAIN AND SECOND STS. 



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CITY -A-RC-AJDIE. 

CLARK & CROPSEY 

NO. 39 SOUTH MAIN ST., ANN ARBOR. 
Grocer* and Bakers. Dealers in all kind* of Fruits, Confectioneries, 

ICE CREAM AND SODA WATER. 

AUo, Caterer* to the Public in the shape of a FIRST-CLASS RES- 
TAURANT, on strictly Temperance Principle*. 



IE. 33. Q-IZDIiETT, 

(Succeuor to Colgrove 4 Son) dealer [a 

DRUGS AND MEDICINES 

CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY, 

Glass, Putty, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs, Carbon Oil, Pure 
Wine* and Liquors Tor medical purposes. Prescrip- 
tions carefully compounded. 

12 EAST HURON STREET, ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN. 

J. HANGSTERFER & SOK 

wholesalFaId mail "confectionebs, 

AND DEALERS IN 

TOYS AND FRUITS. 

Manufacturers of the Celebrated Dr. DeLow's Cough Candy. 

NO. 30 SOUTH MAIN STREET. 

"Cart ridge's m ills. 

FLOUBING MILLS. 

ALL ARTICLES IN THIS LINE, INCLUDING DOUBLE 
BOLTED, DOUBLE EXTRA FLOUR. 

SAW MILLS. 

ALL HARD WOODS SAWED TO ORDER. A LARGE 
ASSORTMENT OF HARD WOOD LUMBER ON HAND. 



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INTELLIGENCE OFFICE. 

Boylan Moses M., 14 North Fifth. 

JOB PRINTING. 

BEAL RICE A., 41 and 43 North Main. 
KELLOGG L. B., 19 Broadway. 
POND ELIHU B., 4 South Main. 

LAWYERS. 

Beahan Richard, s. e. cor. Ann and Fourth. 

Beakes Hiram J., office in Court House. 

CHEEVER NOAH W., e. s. Fourth bet. Huron and Ann. 

Colman Charles D., Opera House Block. 

Cramer & Waldron, s. w. cor. Main and Huron. 

Felch & Grant, s. e. cor. Huron and Fourth. 

Gott James B., 48 South Division. 

Gott John N., s. e. cor. Huron and Fourth. 

Harriman & Hamilton, 7 South Main. 

KING ZINA P., s. e. cor. Main and Huron. 

Kinne Edward D., Opera House 31ock. 

Lawrence. & Frazer, 6 North Main. 

Lawrence John F., s. e. cor. Fourth and Huron. 

McKernan Patrick, 6 Opera House Block. 

McMahon James, McMahon's Block, Ann. 

Morgan Elijah W., e. s. Fourth bet. Ann and Huron. 

ROOT TRACY W., r Gregory Block. 

SEAMAN EZRA C, 76 East Huron. 

SESSIONS JOHN Q. A., u East Huron. 

Slawson Edward R-, s. e. cor. Huron and Fourth. 

Taylor Sibley G., 15 South Main. 

LEATHER AND FINDINGS. 

Heintzmann J, & Son, 36 South Main. 
Krause Henry, 48 South Main. 



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LIME KILN. 

Burk Lewis, n. s. Depot bet. Fourth and Main. 

LIVERY, SALE AND BOARDING STABLES. 

Krause Caleb, s. s. Liberty, bet. Main and Second. 
Robison & Baxter, e. s. Fourth bet. Ann and Huron. 
POLHEMUS J. A & SON, s. e. cor. Main and Catherine. 

LOAN AGENTS. 

Harrirnan & Hamilton, 7 South Main. 
ROOT TRACY W., t Gregory Block. 
Day Samuel, 53 West Huron. 
KING ZINA P., 1 South Main. 
MILLEN C. H., 4 South Main. 

LUMBER DEALERS. 

Blood Edmund, n. s. Depot bet. Fourth and Main. 
Krapf Conrad, s. s. Jefferson bet. Fifth and Division. ' 
Schmid Christian, s. w. cor. Fifth and Libertv. 
Sutherland C. & Co., s. e. cor. Fourth and Depot. 

MACHINE SHOPS. 

Finnegan, Howard & Moore, e. s. Broadway near the river. 
Haviland & Rhodes, 3 and 5 Wall. 

Sanford & Carpenter, 39 North Main. 

TRIPP, AILES & PRICE, s. s. Huron west of First. 

MAP PUBLISHERS. 

Geil John F., 36 Wall. 

PETTIBONE SAMUEL, McMahon's Block, Ann. 

MARBLE WORKS. 

EISELE ANTON, s. e. cor. Catherine and Detroit. 
EISELE JOHN, e. s. Detroit bet. Ann and Catherine. 



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JOHN GBBNEB, 

DEALER IN 

CONFECTIONERY 

GROCERIES, PRODUCE, 
YANKEE NOTIONS, CUTLERY, TOYS, &C 

NO. 49 SOUTH MAIN STREET. 

.A.. It. HALL, 

BAKER, AMD DEALER IN 

GROCERIES, PROVISIONS 

23 North Main Street, Ann Arbor. 

4W Attached is a Fi 
etc, etc., may be bad to 



:lng Room, where hot coffee and tea. oysti 



D. D. MALLORY & CO., 



OYSTERS AND FOREIGN FRUITS. 
Manufacturers of Hermetically Sealed Goods, 

PICKLES. PRESERVES, ETC., 

No. 70 Jefferson Avenue, Detroit, Mich. 

JOHN WAGNER,"!^ 
CABBIAGEAND BLACKSMITH SHOP 

Keeps on hand and manufacture* to order all kinds of 

Carriages, Wagons and Sleighs 

Custom Work and Hone Shoeing done promptly and in a antiafactory manner. 

G. W. EFFNKR, Sopt. of Painting and Trimming department. 

CORNER WASHINGTON AND SECOND STREETS. 



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DR. D. B. KELLOGG, 

Examines Hud Treats Diseases on Principles 

PURELY CLAIRVOYANT 

SPECIAL ATTBKTIOS GIYEH TO CHRONIC COMPLAINTS. 

Full name. age. and place of residence required to insure a correct 

examination. Examinations, Personally or by Letter, 50 Cents Each. 

Office Hours from 9 A. M., to 11 M., and from 1 to 4 P. M. 

DEALER IN' 

BOOTS AND SHOES 

NO. *4 SOUTH MAIN STREET. 

All the Latest Styles of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Fine Wear 
kept constantly on hand. 

MICHAEL CAMPION, ~~ 

MERCHANT TAILOR 

And dealer in every description of Cloths, Cassi meres, Vestings, 
Trimmings, etc. A perfect fit warranted in every case. 

NO. 63 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ANN ARBOR, MICH. 



FARMING TOOLS 

Buffalo Pitts, Michigan Sweepstakes, and Fowlerville Threshing 
Machines, Jackson Wagons, and the Ashland Clover Iluller. 

CORNER DETROIT AND NORTH STREETS. 



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MATCHES. 

Aldrich Ira, 8 Wall. 
Benham Nelson, e. s. Brown. 

MEAT MARKETS. 
BINDER JACOB U., 8 West Liberty. 
Gall John, n. s. Washington bet. Fourth and Fifth. 
Gwinner Gottlieb, 16, cor. Washington and Fourth, 
Jolly William B., North University ave. 
[.aubengayer Jacob, 55 South Main. 
Maroney John, 2 Broadway. 

MATTHEWS HENRY, s. s. Huron bet. Main and Second. 
Matthews & Son, n. s. Ann bet. Main and Fourth. 
Nickels John H., 26 South State and n. w. cor. Huron and 

Thayer. 
Rayer William, 18 East Huron. 
Walker Thomas, 25 Broadway. 

Weinmann Michael, n. w. cor. Washington and Fifth. 
Zachmann Sophia, e. s. Detroit bet. Catherine and Fifth. 

MERCHANT TAILORS. 

Boyd James, 24 South Main. I 

CAMPION MICHAEL, 63 South Main. 
GILBERT & CO., 13 East Huron. 
O'Rourk M., 19 South Main, 
Quinn P. W., ig North Fourth. 
SONDHEIM SOLOMON, 9 South Main. 
WAGNER WILLIAM, 21 South Main. 

MILK DEALERS. 

Keegan John, w. s. Spring. 
Price A., near Catholic cemetery. 
Vangieson D., three miles s. of city. 

MILL PICKS. 

Church ChaunceyR., n. s. Orleans bet. Church and Forest ave 



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MILLINERY. 



COHEN HENRY, 33 South Main. 

Fantle Charles, 43 South Main. 

Keenan Mrs. John, n. w. cor. Main and Ann. 

Pyper Miss Isabella, 54 South Main. 

Richards & Forbes, 41 South Main. 

Roehm Mrs., 5 East Washington. 

Willard Misses, 29 South Main. 

MINERAL SPRINGS HOUSE. 

Morris Hale M. D., Superintendent, Mann, near West Huron. 

MUSIC DEALERS. 

Ames Albert W., 6 East Huron. 
Gilmore & Fiske, 4 Gregory House Block, 
HOLMES SIDNEY T., 32 East Huron. 
Moore John, 3 Gregory Block. 
Watson J. C. & Co., 28 East Huron. 
Webster J. R. & Co., 8 East Huron. 

, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. 

HOLMES SIDNEY T., 32 East Huron. 
Wilsey Alvin, 45 South Main. 

NEWS DEALER AND STATIONER. 

Ames Albert W., 6 East Huron. 

NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Blanchard James H., s. e. cor. Fourth and Huron. 
Chase John M., Probate office, Court House. * 

CLARK CHARLES G., 41 and 43 North Main. 
Clark Edward, Register's office, Court House Square. 
ROOT TRACY W., 1 Gregory Block. 
SESSIONS JOHN Q. A , n East Huron. 



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J- C WATSON & CO., 

BOOKSELLERS § STATIONERS 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Photographic Copies, /Stereoscopic Views, 

PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS, Ac. 

Also, dealers in Wall and Window Papers, Frames, Brackets, 

Mouldings, etc. Pictures framed to order.. 

15,000 ROLLS WALL PAPER IN STOCK, 

200 DIFFERENT PATTERNS. 
Special Notice. — The finest Photographic Gallery in the State, 

on the ground floor, entrance through our Bookstore. 
Persons desiring life-like portraits, with easy and natural expres- 
sion, should avoid the fatigue of climbing stairs 
or other unnecessary exertion. A First-Class 
Operator constantly in attendance. 

3STO. SB EAST HURON STREET. 



THE FARMERS' STORE 

DEALER X2T 

DRY GOODS, CARPETS 

GROCERIES, ETC. 

NO. 18 SOUTH MAIN STREET. 

G. W. HAYS, Superintendent. 



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JAMES McMAHON, 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 

OMc* In hi* New Block, north aide of Court Hddw. 



INSURANCE AfiEST. HEAL ESTATE FOB SALE. 

Triumph, Assets, 9737,003.11. Houst and Lot with Barn. Va- 

Xorth Missouri, Asta, 9646,417.61. cant Lots. House lo Kent. Store 
llfbemia, Aiiets, $360,000.00. to Kent. Office to Rent 

10 acre lot, 40 aero lot, 80 acre lot for pale, all within sight of 
the Conrl llousc. 

TRIPP, AILES & PRICE, 

ANN ABBOR FOOBDRY AND MACHINE SHOP. 

Machinery and Castings for Flouring- Mills, Saw Mills, Paper Mills, 
and Factories, with Plana, Estimates, and Mill-Wright 
Work Promptly Executed. 
Build Center Discharge Water Wheels of the beet quality. Agents 
for Huston's Turbine, and Bodtne's Jonval Turbine Water Wheels, 
unsurpassed for power and durability. Huron street. West 

Charles Tripp. Robert K. Ailes. Robert J. Price. 

ANN ARBOR STEAM PLANING MILL, 

DOUGLASS, MALLORY & CO., 



\ AND DEALERS IN 

Lumber, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Door and Window Frames, Base, 

Band, Crown, Picture, Frame, Circular and Irregular 

Moldings of any width or pattern required, Bracket, 

Scroll, and Fancy Sawing. Also 

PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED FOB CHURCHES, 

DWELLINGS, Etc 

UFFICE— South-west corner of North and Fifth Streets, Ann 

Arbor, Mich. _____ 

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LEATHER A.3STI3 FIJSTIDIISrGrS. 

CASH FOR HIDES AND PELTS. 
No. 36 South Main Street, Ann Arbor. 



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Taylor Sibley G., 5 South Main. 

Willcoxson James M., Prosecuting Att'y's office, Court House. 

•PAINTERS. 
Boylan W. H. H., n. s. Ann bet. Main and Fourth. 
HERZ WILLIAM, n. s. Washington bet. Main and Second. 
Hines Peter, end South Main. 
Porter William, 75 Broadway. 
SORG FREDERICK, 16 East Washington. 

PAINTS AND OILS. 

COLE JAMES M. ( ir South Fifth. 
Ellis R. W. & Co., z South Main. 
GIDLEV EDWIN B., 12 East Huron. 
Grenville George, 5 South Main. 
HUTZEL & CO., 14 South Main. 
SORG FREDERICK, 26 East Washington. 

PAPER MILLS. 

Conkling & Co., three miles e. of city. 
Cornwell & Bros., three miles n. w. city. 
PENINSULAR PAPER COMPANY, east of city limits. 

PATENT MEDICINES. 

AUSTIN EDGAR D., 9 North Main, second story. 
Cady Phillip, 8 East Huron. 
KELLOGG L. B. f 8 Brown. 

PENSION AGENTS. 

Gott John N., s. e. cor. Fourth and Huron. 
Grant Claudius B., s. e. cor. Fourth and Huron. 
ROOT TRACY W., 1 Gregory House Block. 

PHOTOGRAPH GALLERIES. 
Haart^r John, 54 South Main. 
HALL I. N., 6 East Huron. 



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Groves P. D., s. e. cor. Huron and Fourth. 
REVENAUGH SAM B., *8 East Huron. 
Watson J. C. & Co., 28 East Huron. 

PHYSICIANS. 

BACKUS CYRUS, 12 South University. 

Bliss D. YV., 18 William. 

BREAKEY WILLIAM F., 56 East Huron. 

Brown I. E., s. s. Ann, bet. First and Second. 

Cheever Henry S., East Washington. 

Fasquelle Franklin, 15 South Main. 

Frothingham George E., 55 East Washington. 

KAPP JOHN, 57 South Main. 

KELLOGG DANIEL B., 8 Brown. 

Lewitt William, 59 East Huron. 

Palmer Alonzo B., n. w. cor. Division and Ann. 

PRATT SILAS, 31 Broadway. 

Smith Willard B., 48 East Huron. 

Spalding F. A., s. w. cor. Washington and State. 

Sager Abram, 18 South State. 

TYLER D. M., 26 Broadway. 

Volland Jacob, 48 East Ann. 

Wells Ebenezer, 13 South Main. 

Woodruff F., 51 East Huron. 

PIANOS. 

Sage James R-, 40 East William. 
SCHAEBERLE J. F., 57 South Main. 
Wilsey Alvin, 45 South Main. 

PICTURE FRAMES. 

HOLMES SIDNEY T., 32 East Huron. 
Keck John & Co., 52 South Main. 
Webon J. C. & Co., 28 East Huron. 



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J. \. POLHEMUS * SON, 

LIVERY AND SALE STABLE 

Good Horses and Buggies mar be obtained at all hours of Day or 
Night Also agents for the 

DODGE BEAPERS AND MOWERS. 

CORNER MAIN AND CATHERINE STS. 

"gilbert, 

merchant tailor 

AND DEALER IN 

GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS 

NO. 13 EAST HVBON ST. 

FRJLDERJCJT RETTICH, 

Restaurant, Music, Turner, and Beer Hall. 

Tfoa. 3 and 5 East Washington Street. 



BEST HA Y SCALES IN THE CITY. 

JOHN PFISTERER, 

DEALER IN 

STOVES AND TINWARE 



R0OFISG AND EAVE TROUGHS In City or Country Fnt Up on 

Short Notice. 

South side of Liberty Street, between Main and Second. 



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DR. C. B. PORTER, 



OFFICE CORNER OP MAIN AND HURON STREETS, 
Over Sayingi Bulk. Kntraace firat door »uth. 

Nitrous Oxide Gas Administered for extracting Teeth 

ANDREW R. SCHMIDT, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

CARRIAGES 

BUGGIES, WAGONS AND SLEIGHS. 

A full supply constantly on hand of everything in my line. All 
orders for Repairing, or new work will receive prompt attention, and 
warranted to give satisfaction. 1 respectfully solicit your patronage 
untl guarantee prices to correspond with the times. 

Shop— Corner Detroit and Jforth Streets. 

O. M. MARTIN & SON, 

UNDERTAKERS 

AND PROPRIETORS OF 

MARTIN'S PROVISION AND MILK SAFE. 

Coffins, Trimmings, etc., constantly on hand. 

A HEASSE AX WA TS IN HEAVINESS. 

NO. 33 SOUTH MAIN STREET. 

DEUBEL, SWIFT & CO., , 

PROPRIETORS OF 

SINCLAIR'S MILLS 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

FLOUR, FEED AND MEAL. 

AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 
WEST SIDE OF BROADWAY, FIFTH WARD. 



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PLANING MILLS. 



Bodwell Alrick M., 33 North Fourth. 

DOUGLASS, MALLORY & CO., s. w. cor. Fifth and North. 

Finnegan, Howard & Moore, e. s. Broadway near river. 

Keck John & Co., West Second. 

Miller John G., w. s. Detroit bet. North and Division. 

Noble William, s. w. cor. Fifth and Depot. 

PLASTER MILL. 

Goodale & Henley, five miles n. w. of city. 

PRODUCE AND PROVISIONS. 

Bell Andrew, 2 East Washington. 

CLARK & CROPSEY, 39 South Main. 

Boylan B. F., s. w. cor. Huron and Fifth. 

darken George, n. s. Ann bet. Fourth and Main. 

Colby Lewis, 29 South Main. 

Coyle Luke, n. s. Ann bet. Fourth and Main. 

Donnelly J. & P., 11 East Huron. 

DUFFY EDWARD, n. w. cor. Main and Ann. 

Earl Thomas, 9 North Main. 

GERNER JOHN, 49 South Main. 

Gilchrist A., 30 East Huron, 

Goetz & Co., 47 South Main. 

Gerstner Louis, e. s. Detroit bet. Catherine and Ann. 

Gould John M., n. s. Ann bet. Main and Fourth. 

HALL AUGUSTUS R-, 23 North Main. 

Hendrickson Samuel, 20 South State. 

HERZ & ORTMANN, 12 Broadway. 

Hoffstetter John G, 29 East Washington. 

Hoffstetter J. & Bro., 34 South Main. 

I mus Jasper, s. s. Huron bet. Main and Second. 

McDonald F. T., 12 Forest ave. 

Rinsey & Seabolt, 6 East Washington. 

Slawson & Son, s. e. cor. Huron and Fourth. 



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TAYLOR THEODORE, 13 South Main. 
Wicks fit Mclntyre, 3 East Huron. 

PUMP MAKERS. 
Miller George, 32 North Fourth. 
Murray Michael, s. s. Jefferson bet. Fifth and Division. 

RAKE, FORK, SHOVEL AND HOE HANDLES. 

Noble William, s. w, cor. Fifth and Depot. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Harriman & Hamilton, 7 South Main. 
KING ZINA P., 1 South Main. 
ROOT TRACY W., 1 Gregory Block. 

REAPERS AND MOWERS. 

Finnegan, Howard & Moore, junction Detroit and Fourth. 
POLHEMUS JACOB A. & SON, s. e. cor. Main and Catherine. 
ROGERS MOSES, cor. Detroit and North. 

SALOONS. 

Albrecht John G., w. 5. Pontiac, bet. Fifth and Summit. 

Bauer George, 22 Broadway. 

Besimer William, s. s. Huron, bet. Main and Second. 

Binder Charles, 4 West Liberty. 

Binder Henry, 51 South Main. 

Bischoff Gottlieb, 27 East Washington. 

Bicer Mrs., n. e. cor. Fifth and Pontiac. 

Campbell & Eberhardt, 11 North Main. 

CLAIR JOHN, n. s. Ann bet. Fourth and Main. 

Clancy John, 4 East Huron. 

darken George, n. s. Ann bet. Fourth and Main. 

Diehl Mrs. Margaret, e. s. Detroit cor. Fuller. 

Downer Charles, under Cook's Hotel. 



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ANN ARBOR BREWERY. 

HILL &• CHAPIN, Proprietors. 

Brewers of Ale, Porter and Lager Beer. 

State Street, corner of Fuller 

THOMAS P. HILL. 



HENRY MATTHEWS, 

MEAT MARKET 

Keeps on hand all kinds of 

FRESH AND SALT MEATS, LARD, 

HAMS AND BACON. 

HURON STREET. BETWEEN MAIN AND SECOND. 

JACOB HOFFSTETTER & BRO., 

(Successors to Charles Behr ) dealers in 

GROCERIES, CROCKERY, 

WOODEN, STONE AND HARDWARE, 

TOBACCO, CIGARS, WINES AND LIQUORS 

Produce taken in exchange for goods. Farmers' Refreshment 
and Lager Beer Saloon attached. 

No. 34 South Main Street, Ann Arbor. 

JACOB HOFFSTETTER. ADOLPH HOFFSTETTER. 



AUGUST HEHZ, 

GROCERIES"? HARDWARE 

The highest price in cash paid for Hides, Sheep Skins, and Furs. 

No. 12 Bro&dway, Lower City, 

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J. C. BURKHARDT, 
HARIESS, SADDLES, AND BRIDLES 

COLLARS, WHIPS, TRUNKS, 

BRUSHES, COMBS, FLY-NETS, ETC. 

WHICH AM SOLD CHEAP FOR CASK. 

Adjoining Corner of Ann and Fourth Streets. 

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Drake Nathan H., 20 East Huron. 

DUFFY EDWARD, n. w. cor. Main and Ann. 

Exinger William, junction Detroit and Pontiac. 

GERNER, JOHN, 49 South Main cor. Liberty. 

Goetz John, M. C. R. R. Depot. 

Goetz & Co., 47 South Main. 

Gould John M., n. s. Ann, bet. Main and Fourth. 

Gwinner Albrecht, e. s. Detriot, bet. Catherine and Ann. 

Gwinner Jacob C, 10 East Washington. 

Haas Thomas, 8 West Catherine. 

HANGSTERFER J. & SON, 31 South Main. 

Haupt John, 11 East Liberty. 

Henrich John, e. s. Fourth, bet. Huron and Washington. 

Herz & Ortmann, 12 Broadway. 

Hoffstetter J. & Bro., 34 South Main. 

Imtis Jasper, s. s. Huron, bet. Main and Second. 

Kettner John, 22 East Washington. 

Kopf Xavier, Buchoz Block, Detroit. 

Krause Caleb, s. s. Liberty, bet. Main and Second. 

Laughlin John, s. s. Depot, bet, Pontiac and Fifth. 

Leonard Andrew, Leonard House. 

Lodholz Gottlieb, 4 Broadway. 

Lucas Morris, col. s. w. cor. Fourth and Catherine. 

Lutz George F., 40 South Main. 

Miller Andrew, Buchoz Block, Detroit. 

Nebel Franz, 7 North Main. 

RETTICH FREDERICK, 3 and 5 East Washington. 

Roermi G. A., cor. Pontiac and Summit. 

Sanzi Christian, Buchoz Block, Detroit. 

Saunders William W., 5 Broadway. 

Schlotterbeck Hermann, 8 South Main. 

Schumacher Mrs. Catherine, 16 North Second. 

Wallace William, e. s. Fourth, bet. Huron and Washington. 

Walz Ludwig, 50 South Main, 

Weidelich George, s. s. Washington, bet. Main and Second. 

Wicks & Mclntyre, 3 East Huron. 



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SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS. 

DOUGLASS, MALLORY & CO., s. w. cor. North and Fifth. 
Miller John G., w. s. Detroit, bet. North and Division. 
Noble William, s. w. cor. Fifth and Depot. 
Schmid Christian, s. w. cor. Liberty and Fifth. 

SAW MILLS. 

Gates David L., north-east of city. 

Goodale & Henley, five miles n, w. of city. 

Osborne H. & J., four miles north-west of city. 

MUHLIG JOHN, Moorville. 

PARTRIDGE ALFRED H., cor. Grove and Hill. 

SCHOOL FURNITURE. 

Bodwell Alrick M., 33 North Fourth. 

SEWING MACHINES. ■ 

Brown I. E., 7 South Main. 

Cooper A. M., s. s. Jefferson, bet. Fifth and Division. 

Grinnell I. L., Gregory House Block, West Huron. 

North George M. e. s. Fourth, bet. Ann and Huron. 

Storms Miss Eliza, 8 Broadway. 

Wissler H. H., Gregory Block, West Huron. 

Winegar Phillip, 3 East Huron. 

SHIRT MAKER. 

Easton Mrs. M., 43 South Main. 

SLAT WINDOW CURTAINS. 

Kierstead Daniel, 35 North Fifth. 

SOAP AND CANDLES. 

Birk Andrew, cor. Main and Madison. 
Millen Daniel S., end North State. 



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At the Company** Ticket Office in the Depot, foot Third St, Detroit, 
d the United 



Palatial Sleeping Gars, Pullman's Patent 

A.3srr> nxjxxA-asr'S wabuino, 
VENTILATING and ANTI-DUSTING APPARATUS 



Great Central Depot, with Trains of the Illinois ^cuuu, nun ^.mcagu, punmi 
Quincy Railroads, and alto with all other Trains diverging from that c! 
Michigan City, with Train! of L.iuhmlle, New Albany and Chicago F- : 






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_ . _ _ >t Jollct with Trains of the St. Louis, Alton and Chicago, and the 

Chicago and Rock Island Railroads. At Jackson, with Jackson, Lansing and Sagi- 
nawjbrand River Valley, to Grand Rapids, Eaton Rapids and Charlottel Air Line 
to Chicago: and Fort Wayne, Jackson and Saginaw, and with the Michigan 
Southern and Northern Ind. to southern Michigan. At YpsilantI, with Detroit, 
Hillsdale and Indiana, and also with Eel River and 111. At Wayne with Holly, Wayne 
and Monroe Railroad. 

All Eastern Trains connect at Detroit with the Great Western and Grand Trunk 
Railways of Canada, the Detroit and Toledo, and Detroit and Milwaukee Railroads 
and Cleveland Steamers. 



DIRECTORS. 

JAMBS F. JOY, Dtnit, JOHN W. BROOKJ, Baste*, 

Nathaniel thayer, Boite*, erastus corning, Albany, 

H. H. HUNNEWKLL, BoMton, GEORGE F. TALMAN, Nnf Tork, 

MOSES TAYLOR, Jftw Tork, SIDNEY B " 

JOHN JACOB ASTOR, New 



NEY BARTLETT, Barton, 



OFFICERS. 



JV«,yns<-JAMES F. JOY, Detroit, 



.JOY, Detroit, 

Nathaniel thayer, Bost« 

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Main Stat Confectionery, 

W>. rl. STELLE, PvrniETo^. 



KEEPS ON HAND A SELECT 



STOCK OF BHOieB 60NFB6TI0NBRY, 

ALSO MANUFACTURE* Or 

IS Bln B aP S fill! lAPffSl® 

FRESH EVERY DAY. 

TOBACCO AND CIGARS 

At Stent's, So. 3 Main Street, where con be found a fine lot of 
Choice Smoking and Chewing- Tobaecos— Remember 

JWo. 3 South Main Street, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

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' DIRECTORY. 



STEAM PRINTING HOUSE. 

HEAL RICE A., 41 and 43 North Main. 

STOVES AND TIN WARE. 

Chistmann Paul, 38 South Main. 

PFISTERER JOHN, s. a. Liberty, bet. Main and Second. 

Pease & Fleming, 46 South Main. 

Risdon Lewis C, 31 South Main. 

Schumacher & Weitbrecht, 68 South Main. 

Widenmann & Schuh, 23 and 25 South Main. 

SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS. 

EBERBACH & CO., 12 South Main. 

Ellis R. W. & Co., 2 South Main. 

GIDLEY EDWIN B., 12 East Huron. 

Grenville George, 5 South Main. 

LEITER C. A. & CO., 1 Gregory House Block. 

TAILORS. 

CAMPION MICHAEL, 63 South Main. 
Mills Lorrin, 5 North Main. 
Reule Andrew T., 28 East Washington. 
Sprague Jonathan, 18 South Main. 

TANNERIES. 

Duttenhofer Christian, e. s. West Third, near Liberty. 
Heinzmann Jacob, s. w. cor. William and West Third. 
Krause Henry, West Second, near West Liberty. 

TEACHERS OF MUSIC. 

Mills H. F., 45 South Main. 
Sage James R., 40 East William. 
SCHAEBERLE J. F-, 57 South Main. 
Schmidt P., Diehl's Hotel. 



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TELEGRAPH OFFICE. 

Western Union Telegraph Office, 6 East Horon. 

TOBACCO AND CIGARS. 

HANGSTERFER J. & SON, 3 z South Main. 
LOVEJOY W. A., 6 East Huron. 
Pack C. L., 10 East Huron. 
STELLE W. N-, 3 South Main. 

TOYS AND NOTIONS. 

Dean & Co., 44 South Main. 
GERNER JOHN, 49 South Main. 
HANGSTERFER J. & SON, 30 South Main. 
Roth P. R., s. e. cor. Liberty and Second. 
Schlotterbeck Hermann, 8 South Main. 
Walz Lnil wig, 50 South Main. 

UNDERTAKERS. 

Keck John & Co., 52 South Main. 
MARTIN & SON, 33 South Main. 
Muhlig F. & Sons, 37 South Main. 

WATCHES AND JEWELRY. 

Bliss C. & Sons, 1 1 South Main. 
Haller Jacob, 22 East Huron. 
Watts J. C. & Bro., 10 South Main. 

WATER WHEELS. 

TRIPP AILES & PRICE, s. s. Huron, west of First. 

WELL DIGGERS. 

Davis John H., col., 33 North Main. 
Morrison Bernard, e. s. Spring. 



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issued every friday horning. 
Office corner Wain and Huron Sts, 

Entrance, Huron Street, opposite Post Office. 



M&SMW B. P&NW, BBiTQBiUfD FVBHSRSa. 



TERMS, $2.O0 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. 



JOB PRINTING 

Executed with Neatness mud Dispatch, Including 

Pallets, Records, B^iEfs, Blanks, 

BILL-HBADS, POSTERS, 
Business, Ball, Wedding and Visiting Cards, Circulars, Labels, Ac. 

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MINERAL SPRINGS HOUSE. 



WATER AND AIR BATHS 

Of all Temperatures, also. Shower, Vapor, Med* 

Icated Vapor, Electric, Electro-thermal, 

and Medicated and Air Baths. 



OFFICE IN BUILDING. 

SUTHERLAND & WHEDON, Prop're. 

MORRIS HALE, M.D., Sup't. 

Corner Mann and West Huron Streets. 

EmmmBLrfMfB * Wmmbom» 

REAL ESTATE BROKERS, 

Coppissioil, Flip, Li*( and Occident 

INSURANCE ACSENTS. 

No. 6 Huron Street, up Stairs, Ann Arbor, Michigan. 

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WOOD DEALERS. 



Cole Nelson B., s. \r. cor. Huron and Fifth. 
Wallace William, n. e. cor. Washington and Fourth. 

WOOD ENGRAVERS. 

DAVISON C. B. 41 and 43 North Main. 
DODGE J. C, 41 and 43 North Main. 
Knapp L. M., 63 North Main. 

WOODEN AND WILLOW WARE. 

Coyle Luke, n. s. Ann bet. Main and Fourth. 
DUFFY EDWARD n. w. cor. Main and Ann. 
Dean & Co, 44 South Main. 
GERNER JOHN, 49 South Main. 
Hoffstetter J. & Bro., 34 South Main. 
HUTZEL & CO., 14 South Main. 
Slawson & Son, s. e. cor. Huron and Fourth. 
TAYLOR THEODORE, 13 South Main. 

WOOD TURNING AND SCROLL SAWING. 

DOUGLASS, MALLORY & CO., s. w. cor. Fifth and North. 
Miller John G.. w. s. Detroit bet. North and Division. 
Noble William, s. w. cor. Depot and Fifth. 
Roys A. H., s. w. cor. Fifth and North. 

WOOL AND PRODUCE. 

BACH & ABEL, 26 South Main. 
MACK & SCHMIDT, 54 South Main. 
MILLEN CHAUNCEY H„ 4 South Main. 
WOOD & PERRIN, s. e. cor. Depot and Fifth. 

WOOLEN MILLS. 

Cornwell & Bros., three miles n. w. of city. 
McColl & Bro., five miles n. w. of city. 
Storms & Polhemus, s. s. Mill. 



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UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. 





BOARD OF REGENTS. 






JAMES B. ANGELL, 


LL. D., President. 






Name. 


Residence. 


Term E>. 


Hon. 


EDWARD C. WALKER, 


Detroit, 


I«74 


Hon. 


GEORGE WILLARD, 


Battle Creek, 


1874 


Hon. 


THOMAS D. GILBERT, 


Grand Rapids, 


1876 


Hon. 


HIRAM A. BURT, 


Marquette, 


1876 


Hon. 


JOSEPH ESTABROOK, 


Ypsilanti, 


187S 


Hon. 


JONAS H. McGOWAN, 


Co Id water, 


r87,S 


Hon. 


CLAUDIUS B. GRANT, 


'Ann Arbor, 


1880 


Hon 


CHARLES RYND, 


Adrian, 


1880 




HENRY D. BENNETT, Esq., 






UCIITUT AN 


""WART,, 






Hon. JOHN M. 


WHEELER, 






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Hon. ORAMEL HOSFORD, 



BOARD OF VISITORS. 

Hon. DWIGHT MAY, Kalamazoo. 

EDMUND P. CHRISTIAN, M. D., . Wyandotte. 
Rev. J. H. McCARTY, M. D., . Adrian. 



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FACULTIES AND OTHER OFFICERS. 



JAMES B. ANGELL, LL. D., 

Rev. GEORGE P. WILLIAMS, LL. D., 
Professor of Physics. 

ABRAM SAGER, M.A.,M.D., 
Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children. 

SILAS H. DOUGLASS, M. A., M.D., 
Professor of Chemistry, and Director of Chemical Laboratory. 

ZINA PITCHER, M. D., 
Emeritus Professor of the Institutes of Medicine and Obstetrics. 

ALONZO B. PALMER, M. A., M. D., 
Professor of Pathology and the Practice of Medicine. 

ALEXANDER WINCHELL, LL. D., 
Professor of Geology, Zoology, and Botany. 

CORVDON L. FORD, M.A.,M. D., 
Professor of Anatomy and Physiology. 

HENRY S. FRIEZE, LL. D., 
Professor of the Latin Language and Literature. 

DeVOLSON WOOD, M. A., C. E., 

Professor of Civil Engineering. 

Hon. JAMES V. CAMPBELL, LL. D., 
Marshall Professor of Law. 

Hon. CHARLES I. WALKER, 

Kent Professor of Law. 

Hon. THOMAS M. COOLEV, 

Jay Professor of Law. 



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JAMES C. WATSON, Ph. D-, 
Professor of Astronomy, and Director of the Observatory. 

EDWARD OLNEY, M.A., 

Professor of Mathematics, 

Rev. ANDREW TEN BROOK, M. A., 

Librarian. 

CHARLES K. ADAMS, M.A., 

Professor of History. 

MOSES COIT TYLER, M. A., 
Professor of the English Language and Literature. 

CHARLES A. KENT, M. A., 
Fletcher Professor of Law. 

Rev. BENJAMIN F. COCKER, D. D., 
Professor of Moral and Mental Philosophy. 

ALBERT B. PRESCOTT, M. D., 
Professor of Organic and Applied Chemistry and Pharmacy. 

MARTIN L. D'OOGE, M. A., 
Professor of the Greek Language and Literature. 

HENRY S. CHEEVER, M. A., M. D., 

Professor of Therapeutics and Materia Medica. 

GEORGE S. MORRIS, M. A, 
Professor of Modern Languages and Literature. 

ELISHA JONES, M. A., 
Acting Professor of the Greek Language and Literature. 

GEORGE E. FROTHINGHAM, M. D., 
Demonstrator of Anatomy, and Lecturer on Ophthalmology, 



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GEORGE B. MERRIMAN, M. A., 
Adjunct Professor of Physic*. 

EDWARD L. WALTER, M. A., 
Assistant Professor of Latin, 

. ALBERT H. PATTENGILL, M. A., 
Assistant Professor of Greek. 

THEODORE McGRAW, M. A., M. D-, 
Lecturer on Surgery. 

PRESTON B. ROSE, M. A., M. D., 

Assistant in Chemistry. 

MARK W. HARRINGTON, M. A., 
r in Mathematics, and Assistant Curator of the Museui 
Natural History. 

JULES F. BILLARD, M. A., 
Instructor in French. 
P. R. B. DePONT, A. B., B. S., 
Instructor in French and Drawing. 
WOOSTER W. BEMAN, B. A., 

Instructor in Mathematics. 

ROBERT HARBISON, M. A., 

Instructor in Modern Languages and Literature. 

FRANK A. BLACKBURN, M. A., 

Instructor in Latin. 

MARCUS BAKER, B. A., 

Instructor in Mathematics. 

EDWARD L. MARK, B. A., 

Instructor in Mathematics. 

RAYMOND C. DAVIS, 

Assistant Librarian. 



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COUNTY OFFICERS. 



SAMUEL HIGBY, - 
HIRAM J. BEAKES, - 
MYRON WEBB, 
JOHN J. ROBISON, - 
CHARLES H. MANLY, - 
STEPHEN FAIRCHILD, 
GEORGE S. WHEELER, - 
GEORGE S. CAPWELL, 
DAVID M. FINLEY, 



JEREMIAH PEEK, 
PHILEMON C. MURRAY, 



Circuit Judge. 

Judge of Probate. 

Sheriff. 

Clerk. 

Register of Deeds. 

Treasurer. 

Superintendent of Schools. 

Surveyor. ( 

Drain Commissioner. 

Circuit Court Commissionf.rs. 



The terms of the Circuit Court for the County of Washte- 
naw, for the years 1872 and 1873, nave P een nxeli aiK ' appointed 
by the Judge, as follows : 

On the fourth Mondays of February and May, Second Mon- 
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Avery J. G. & B. C, proprietors of Cook's Hotel, s. w. cor. 

Huron and Fourth. 
Baker Marcus, instructor in University of Michigan, bds. s. s. 

Packard, bet. Main and Fourth- 
Banfield Parris, shoemaker, bds. e. s. North Main. 
Bauerle Matthews, boot and shoe manuf., w. s. Fourth bet. Ann 

and Catherine. 
Beman Wooster W., instructor in University of Michigan, res. 

n. s. Mill. 
Billard Jules F., instructor in University of Michigan, bds. cor, 

Huron and Fifth. 
Blackburn Frank A , instructor in University of Michigan, res. e. 

s. East University. 
Boyd James, merchant tailor, 24 South Main, res. s. s. Ann bet. 

Division and Fifth. 
Brooks John W., col., res. e. s. North Main. 
RURKHARDT JOHN, manuf. and dealer in harness, saddles, 

etc., n. s. Ann, bet. Main and Fourth, res. s. w. cor. Main 

and North. 
Carpenter Horace, res. e. s. Washtenaw ave. 
Chapin Volney, n. s. Bowery, bet. State and Division. 
Church Chauncey R., manuf. mill picks, res. n. s. Orleans, bet. 

Church and Forest ave. 
Collins John, laborer, res. n. w. end Second. 
Conrad Benjamin J. (J. C. Watson & Co.) res. 36 South Fifth. 
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Corrigan James, laborer, bds. w. s. North Main. 
Corrigan John, bds. vr. s. North Main. 
Grouch William H. H., book binder, res. 88 Broadway. 
Davis John H., col., janitor Court House, res. 33 North Main. 
Davis Raymond C. , assistant librarian in University of Michi- 
gan, bds. cor. North and Ingalls. 
Donnelly Felix, laborer, res. near old cemetery. 
Douglass Samuel, student, bds. East Huron. , 

Downer Charles, saloon and billiard hall, under Cook's Hotel, 

bds. same. 
Dunlap John, porter, Gregory House. 
Eastwood John T., res. s. s. South University. 
Emery John, bds. 26 South Ingalls. 
Emery Mrs. Elmira res. 16 South Ingalls. 
Engle & Bro.. (George S. and Ezra) practical apiarists, bds. 87 

East Ann. 
Fasquelle Franklin, physician, res. s. s. Washington, bet. Thayer 

and Ingalls. 
Fasquelle Mrs. J. L., res. 70 East Huron. 
Foster Frank, clerk, bds. 26 East Catherine. 
Foster John, boot and shoe manuf. 24 East Huron, bds. s. e. cor. 

Main and North. 
Freeman Jerome, barber, bds. s. s. Fuller near State. 
Glasier George, bds. n. s. Forest ave. 
Gore James, teamster, bds. e. s. North Main. 
Gower Arthur C, clerk, bds. cor. Observatory and Volland, 
Harriman & Hamilton, lawyers, office 7 South Main. 
Hayman Frank C, student, bds. 11 North State. 
Hayman Samuel B. bds. Gregory House. 
Hayman Wayne, student, bds. 11 North State. 
Harbison Robert, instructor in University of Michigan, res. 17 

South Fifth. 
HERZ & ORTMANN, dealers in groceries, provisions, etc., 12 

Broadway. 
Hubbell Henry L., pastor F'irst Congregational Church, res. w. 

s. South State, cor. Monroe. 



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Holmes Mrs. Sarah, res. s. e. cor. Huron and Thayer. 

HOLMES SIDNEY T-, dealer in picture frames, musical in- 
struments, etc., 3a East Huron, res. w. s. Fountain, bet. 
Miller ave. and High. 

Jeffres Mrs., dress and cloak maker, 45 South Main, res. same. 

Johnson Henry, laborer, res. North Main. 

Kean James, clerk, bds. 89 East Ann. 

Keegan John, milk dealer, res. n. s Hiscock road. 

Kintner Charles, assistant in Observatory, bds. w. s. Ingalls, bet. 
Catherine and Lawrence. 

Kinne Edward D., lawyer, office Opera House Block, res. s. e. 
cor. Huron and Fifth. 

Lawrence William F., carpenter, res. s. s. Mosley, near Main. 

Leonard Mrs. Adaline, res. s. s. Fuller. 

Marks Moses, col., laborer, res. Summit. 

Matthews William, laborer, bds. s. s. Catherine, near Fourth. 

McLaren Samuel, res. s. s. North, near Detroit. 

Millen Chauncey, zd, clerk, bds. Cook's Hotel. 

Miller George, bds. s. s. Miller ave, 

Moe George, res. 40 South Fourth. 

Morrison Bernard, well digger, res. e. s. Spring. 

Norton Alvin, retired farmer, res. 52 North Main. 

O'Toole Lawrence, res. e. s. Ingalls, near North University. 

Proctor Frederick, photographer, bds. 43 North Main. 

Riley Michael, Laborer, res. s. s. River. 

Ryan John, res. n. s. Ann, bet. Thayer and Ingalls. 

Sheehan William, tailor, bds. e. s. Detroit. 

Sheehan William, laborer, res. s. s. River. 

Slingerland Mrs. Mary, res. 55 North Main. 

Smith Wellington D., dealer in confectionery, ice-cream, etc., 
w. s. State, head North University, res. n. w. cor. Thayer 
and North Un ; versity. 

Stevens William, res. s. e.'cor. Division and Jefferson. 

Stewart Palmer, clerk, bds. n. e. cor. Division and William. 

Wanty George, clerk, bds. 43 North Main. 

Willard Misses L. and P., milliners, 29 South Main, res. same. 



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PAGE 

Abbreviations 24 

Additions and Changes 145 

Advertisement Index 149 

Alphabetical Directory 25 

Ann Arbor City ... 1 

Business Directory 95 

Churches 16 

City Officers 13 

County Officers 144 

Organizations 21 

Publications 20 

Schools... ... 18 

Sisters of the I. H. M 17 

University of Michigan 140 



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For advertisements not indexed see outside covers. page 

Ann Arbor Mineral Springs House 138 

Austin E. D 98 

Arksey Nicholas 109 

finder J. U 113 

Burkhardt J. C 130 

Campion Michael 118 

Clark & Cropsey 114 

Cohen Henry 102 

Courier Steam Printing House, opposite 113 

Deubel, Swift & Co 136 

Douglass, Mallory & Co 122 

Duffy Edward 98 

Eberbach & Co 97 

Farmers' Store ., 121 

Gerner John 117 

Gidley E. B 114 

Gilbert 125 

Hangsterfer J. & Son 114 

Hall A. R 117 

Herz August 129 

Herz William 109 

Heinzmann J. & Son 122 

Hill & Chapin. 129 

Hoffstetter J. & Bro 139 



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Hutzel & Co .- 97 

Johnson E. J. 101 

Kelly & Norton 109 

Kellogg Dr. D. B 118 

Klais John 110 

Knowlton E. J 106 

Lovejoy W. A 113 

Mack & Schmid 105 

McMahon James 122 

Mallory D. D. & Co 117 

Martin O. M. & Son 126 

Matthews Henry 1 29 

Michigan Argus 137 

Michigan Central Rail Road 133 

Muhlig F. & Sons 113 

Nichols William W no 

Partridge A. H 114 

Peninsular Paper Co 102 

Pfisterer John 125 

Polhemus J. A. & Son 125 

Porter Dr. C. B 126 

Rettich Frederick 125 

Rogers Moses 118 

Schmidt A. R. 126 

Sorg Frederick 101 

Spafford & Dodsley no 

Stelle William N ! 34 

Sutherland & Whedon 138 

Swathel J. T. no 

Tarrant R 118 

Tripp, Ailes & Price 122 

Wagner John Jr 117 

Wagner William 105 

Walker Christian 113 

Watson J. C. &. Co 121 

Wood & Perrin 109 



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