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COLUMBIAN EDITION PRICE ONE DOLLAR 



DIRECTORY 



AND 



HANDBOOK 



OF THE 



Town of Ware 



MASSACHUSETTS 



With Two Maps 



COPYRIGHT 1892 

BY R. K. CAPRON 

EDITOR AND PUBLISHER 



R. E. CAPRON, 
BOOK AND JOB PRINTER, 

HITCHCOCK BLOCK, WARE. 

THE LARGEST AND BEST EQUIPPED PRINT- 
ING OFFICE BETWEEN WORCESTER AND 
THE CONNECTICUT VALLEY. 



Prefatory. 




HE importance and usefulness of such a 
publication as the DIRECTORY AND HAND- 
BOOK OF Ware and Gilbertville are too 
apparent to call for apologies. The litera- 
ture, or reference books, relating to the largest town in Hamp- 
shire County and a very important section of Central Massa- 
chusetts have been limited ; indeed, with the exception of 
Hyde's Address, published in 1851, Col. E. H. Gilbert's recent 
work on the original land grants and early settlers, and a few 
fragmentary allusions to the town in a Gazetteer of Hampshire 
County published in 1887, the histories of Palmer and Hard- 
wick, and one or two other similar works — all of them dealing 
almost exclusively with the past — there have been heretofore 
but two attempts to picture the town of recent date. The 
first Directory was published by R. S. Dillon & Co. of Albany, 
N. Y., in 1885, and in 1888 the same firm issued another 
edition. Neither of these directories contained more than an 
enumeration of the residents in the village and the business 
interests and brief mention of the churches, societies and 
industries. 

The Columbian Edition of the present Handbook and 
Directory contains some facts and ideas borrowed from its 
predecessors, but in the main it is built on original lines. 
First of all it aims to be accurate and thorough in its scope, 
making all due allowances incident to so great an undertaking 
and the changes which are inevitable from the canvass or 
"field work" to the final completion of the book. 

The publisher has taken extraordinary pains in the spellings 
of names and with the historical data and the two maps which 
accompany the work. In the former he was materially assisted 
by Mr. Louis F. Gareau, and the maps are faithful reproduc- 



PREFATORY. 



tions of the careful work of W. C. Eaton, Esq. It may also 
be said of the latter that they are the first and only road and 
street maps of the town ever published. 

The publisher is also indebted to Mr. A. F. Richardson for 
assistance in designating the legal voters as they appeared on 
the last official list; t) the corporations for their statistics 
compiled to July ; and to the business men generally whose 
liberality has made it possible to publish such a complete and 
creditable work. 

Much of the labor of preparation and compilation was done 
under great difficulties, owing to the lack of street names, 
street numbers and some system of designating the roads. 
The town should officially number its houses and building lots, 
name or number its roads, put up street signs at every corner, 
r£vise its guide-board service and leave nothing arbitrary as to 
locations. 

So the Columbian Edition goes forth, with its praiseworthy 
features and its faults, to tell the Story of Today to all who 
peruse its pages. 



Contents. 



••The Many Things Amongst as Many Pages." 



Page 

Abbreviations ..... 53 

Explanation of Signs and Terms Used in this Book. 

Banking Institutions .... 23 

Ware National Bank— Ware Savings Bank. 

Business Directory .... 131) 

A Classified Index to Business and Professional Interests. 

Changes and Additions . . . 175 

Some Corrections and Additions to Matter in Preceding Pages. 

Church Organizations .... 25 

All Saints — Christian Workers — East Congregational — First 
Congreg ilional— First Unitarian — French Congregational — 
Kind's Daughters — Methodist Episcopal — Our Lady of Mt. 
Carmel — Trinity Episcopal — Union Chapel — W. C. T. U. 
— Auxiliary Societies. 

Corporations and Industries . . . 21 

The George H. Gilbert Manufacturing Company — The Oiis 
Company — Charles A. Stevens & Co. — Ware Electric 
Company — Ware Gas Light Company — Ware Lumber 
Company — Ware River Manufacturing Company — West 
Ware Paper Company — Ware Water Works. 

County Officers . . . . 171 

Sessions, Salaries and Terms of Office 

Court Record ..... 169 

Time and Place of Regular Sittings, 

Distances and Fares . . . . 1G5 

The Number of Miles to Different Places, How and What it 
Costs to Get There. 

Fire Alarm Telegraph System . . 43 

Locations of Boxes and Keys — Signals — Locations of 
Strikers — How to Give an Alarm. 

Fire Department . . . . 41 

Organization, District and Department — Equipment— Offi- 
cers, Salaries and Running Expenses — Oregon No. 3 
Steamer — Hook and Ladder No. i — Hose No. i — hose 
No. 2 — Hose No. 3 — Hose No. 4 — Stewards of Houses — 
Gilbert Hose — Otis Hose — Stevens Hose — Firemen's Relief 
Association. 

Index to Advertisements ... 7 

"Of What as Many People Want, if They but Knew 
About It," 



CONTENTS. 



Lodges and Societies .... 33 

American Legion of Honor — Ancient Order of Hibernians — 
Ancient Order United Workmen — Commercial Endowment 
Association — Free and Accepted Masons — Grand Army 
Republic — Sons of Veterans — Woman's Relief Corps — 
High School Alumni Association — Independent Order Odd 
Fellows — Iron Hall— Non-Secret Endowment Order — 
Patrons of Husbandry— St. Jean Baptiste Society — Ware 
Rod and Gun Club — Ware Young Men's Union — Young 
Men's Library Association — Young Men's Social Club. 

Map of Town .... 15 

Showing all the Roads, Old School Districts, Watercourses, 
Farmhouses, Localities, Etc. 

Miscellaneous Information . . . 157 

Postoffice Arrangements — Rent Schedule Town Hall— Stage 
and 'Bus Lines— Telegraph and Telephone Office Hours — 
Town Meetings, Elections, Etc. 

Miscellaneous Officers . . . 161 

Various District and Society Officers of this Vicinity. 

Musical Organizations .... 39 

Ware Banjo Club — Ware Cadet Band — Ware Cornet Band — 
Ware Orchestra — Ware Quartette. 

Places of Public Interest ... 49 

Public Buildings and Halls — Parks and Cemeteries— Ponds 
and Streams — Mountain Elevations. 

Plan of Town Hall .... 1(53 

Its General Arrangement and Seating Capacity. 

Prefatory ..... 3 

Speaks Generally of the Book and Tells what to Expect. 

Public and Private Ways ... 45 

Streets, Avenues, Squares, Courts and Places, Where They 
Begin and Where They End. 

Public School Teachers . . . 31 

Number Schools and School Buildings— Locations School 
Houses. 

Residence Directory .... 53 

Where the People Live and What They Do. 

Street Map ..... 179 

Shows all the Public and Private Village Streets, Corporation 
Propeny, Public Buildings, Etc. 

The Town in General . . . . 11 

"To the Point, Perhaps, and Covering Lots of Ground." 

Town By-Laws ..... i 

Laws Laid Down by the Town Fathers for Public Guidance. 

Town Government . . . .17 

Official Seal— First Settler— Officers and Agents— Offices, 
Salaries, Etc. 



Index to Advertisements. 



Ainsworth D. W., dentist, 

Auger Dr. A. A., physician, 

Bacon Mrs. Susan S., nurse, 

Bannock Geo\ E., farm produce, etc , 

Barnard Geo. M. C, dentist, 

Barnes & Packard, meat and provisions, 

Bassett F. L., jeweler. 

Blood F. C. & Co., apothecaries. 

Bombard F., horses, carriages, etc., 

Bonin & Ueslauriers, groceries, etc., 

Breen Alexander, baggage express, 

Brown M. F., blacksmith, 

Bryson A., dry goods, 

Buckley James A., carpenter, 

Bullard W. E., meat and provisions, 

Byrns James A., bakery, 

Capron R. E., printer, 

Caryl Bros., bottlers, 

Chapin Miss A. M., milliner, 

Clark F. P. & Co., furniture, 

Clark H. M., clothier, 

Coe & Naylor, general store. 

Coney H. M., attorney-at-law, 

Cummings H. P. & Co., contractors and builders, 

Davis Agency, real estate, insurance, 

Davis H. C, attorney-at-law. 

Day Prof. W. O., pianos and organs. 

Day Mrs. A. H., dancing, 

Dempsey Richard, pipe laying, 

Donnelly J. H., stoves, tinware, plumbing, 

Dumas Joseph Jr.. real estate, wood, 

Dunham W. S., stoves, plumbing, etc., 

Eaton William C, civil engineer, 

Eddy C. W., printer, 

Etienne A. A., veterinary surgeon, 

Fenn E. C, meat market, 

Gareau Louis F., carpenter and builder, 

Gilbert Louis, soap manufacturer, . 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Gormley H. & Co., meat and provisions, 

Grey P. E., boots and shoes, undertaker, 

Guertin Alfred, sewing machines 

Guild Dr. E. H., physician, 

Hampshire House, (D. A. Jennison, prop,) 

Marty Mrs. M. E , Central dining rooms, . 

Hathaway E. & L., carpenters and builders, 

Hayes Dr. J. G., physician and surgeon, 

Hibbeard Joseph, milk dealer, . 

Hills & Aldrich, masons and builders, 

Hinckley L. D., printer, 

Hitchcock C. &. Co., general store, 

Hoiden Geo. C, fruit and confectionery, 

Howard E. D., jeweler, 

Jeffries Isaac, stationer, newsdealer, 

Jennison & Sturtevant, livery stable, ^, 

Jones Dr. W., physician, 

Keete J. & Co., groceries, undertakers, 

Lambert John W., undertaker, 

Lyon & Co., photographers, 

Magrath H. A., carpenter and builder, 

Malboeuf John, merchant tailor, 

Maloney Nellie E., dressmaker. 

Mansion House, (F. F. Gilmore, prop,) 

Marsh Hros., stoves, tinware, plumbing, chimney caps, 

Mathieu Miss Olivine, dressmaker, 

Mathieu Miss Velleda, teacher pianoforte, piiniing. 

McMahon Mrs. Margaret, boarding house, 

Medcalf V\ illiam, insurance. 

Miner Dr. D. W., physician and surgeon. 

Miner IV. W. W., physician and surgeon, 

Moore P. J., attorney-at-law, 

Morse Samuel, real estate, 

Mulvany P. J., ice cream, confectionery, tobacco. 

Nelligan P. J., concrete paver and roofer, 

Norton M. M. Jr., marble works, 

Osgood & Preston, meat and provisions, 

Parker C S., caniage repository, 

People's Grocery Store, (H. VV. Cleveland, manager,) 

Poist George, sewing machines and repairs, 

Richardson A. F., boots and shoes, 

Richmond C. H., carriage painter, 

Robinson John F., hardware and furniture, 

Robinson H. O., boots and shoes, 

Rohan Bros., groceries, fish, etc., 

Ryan Dr. D. M., physician and surgeon, 

Scheffer R., boots and shoes, 

Sibley J. B. & Son, hardware, etc.. 



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Sherwin Mark, clothier, . head lines through 

.Smith G. H. W., jeweler, boots and shoes, florist, 
Smith H. A. & Co., dry goods, 
Spaulding Mrs. E. B., Domestic bakery, 
Spencer Frank A., druggist, . foot notes through 
Spencer Dr. G. F. A., physician and surgeon, 
Storrs John H. & Sons, real estate, insurance, 
Taylor's Music House, pianos and organs, 
Telrault Magloire, washing machines. 
Turner H. H., stationer, newsdealer, 
Utley & Gilbert, coal dealers, .... 
Vigeant A., carpenter and builder. 
Ware Foundry and Machine Shop, (J. P. Pero, prop,) 
Ware Ice Co., (Fisherdick & Lawton, props,) 
Ware Lumber Co., . . . . . 

Ware River News, ..... 
Ware National Bank, . . . . . 

Ware Savings Bank, .... 

Ware Steam Laundry, (Priest & Smith, props,) 
Wesson E. L., livery stable, stage line, teaming, . 
Yale Dr. John, physician and surgeon, 
Yale Richard B., druggist, .... 



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10 ADVERTISEMENTS. 




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DOUBLE STORE. 



C. Hitchcock & Co. 



LAR«E STOCK OF 

General Merchandise. 



HEADQUARTERS FOR 



AND 



CROCKERY 

AT 

LESS THAN CITY PRICES. 




MAIN STREET. 



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The Town in General. 




GLANCE at a map of the State of Massa- 
chusetts will show the town of Ware located 
in the southeastern corner of Hampshire 
county, at its junction with Hampden and 
Worcester counties, the three forming large 
and important sub-divisions of the common- 
wealth. It will also be noticed that the town is near the 
geographical center of the state and is surrounded by a large 
territory which is naturally tributary to its interests. Two 
important railroad systems, the Central Massachusetts division 
of the Boston and Maine, from Boston to Northampton, and 
the Ware River branch of the Boston and Albany, running 
from Palmer to Winchendon, both having important con- 
nections, feed the town with trade from north and south and 
east and west, affording good shipping facilities for its manu- 
factured goods and direct and cheap means for supplying its 
wants from the largest markets and for general communication 
with the rest of the world. The town is the trading center of 
about 20,000 people, including its own population of about 
8000, and is the most thrifty and progressive settlement 
between Worcester and the Connecticut valley and the Fitch- 
burg railroad and the Connecticut line. Its large mills are 
hives of industry, its stores are numerous and carry large 
stocks, and it possesses all the elements of a future city. It 
has churches of nearly every creed, and *^chools, public library, 
newspapers, waterworks, sewer system, fire department, public 
buildings, electric lights, sidewalks, and numerous other 
conveniences for business and social comfort, and what it lacks 
is fast being supplied. Its growth the past five or six years 
has been rapid and substantial and there is a steady gain in all 
directions from year to year. 



12 THE TOWN IN GENERAL. 

The area of the town is about 17,000 acres, bounded north 
by Enfield and Hardwick, east by New Braintree, West Brook- 
field and Warren, south by Palmer, and west by Belchertown. 
It is about G 1-2 miles east and west and 4 1-2 north and south. 
Its surface is generally rough and broken, three ranges of hills 
traversing it from north to south. Except in the valleys there 
is very little productive land, and it is to manufacturing rather 
than to agriculture that the town is indebted for its growth. 
The Ware river, its principal stream, enters the town at the 
northeast corner and flows southwesterly until it enters the 
Chicopee. This river furnishes the waterpower for the large 
cotton and woolen mills which have built up Ware Village. 
Swift river forms the western boundary and furnishes power 
for the paper mill at West Ware. The other streams are 
Muddy, Flat and Beaver brooks, flowing southerly into the 
Ware river, and there are two or three ponds large enough to 
be called lakes. 

The original Indian name of the locality or river is 
Nenameseck, but the early settlers, being more practical than 
poetic, adopted the name Wear, presumably from the fact that 
in the river at this point a considerable salmon industry was 
carried on by means of weirs or wears. The spelling was 
afterwards changed to Ware. The territory was early known 
as "Brookfield Pastures." A large portion of the present 
township was a part of the "Equivalent Lands," mentioned in 
the histories of Springfield and Belchertown, and covered 
nearly the whole of the western portion of the town. It took 
the name of "Read Manor" from John Read of Boston, its 
purchaser. The southern part of the town east of Read 
Manor was a part of the "Elbows" grant. Five hundred acres 
where the village now is was granted Richard Hollingsworth 
of Salem in 1()73. The northeastern part of the town was 
granted to settlers in 1733. These several grants, therefore, 
make up the town's present territory, and they were located as 
follows: The Read Manor in 1713; the Hollingsworth grant, 
1715; the Elbows tract, 1732; the northeastern grant, 1733. 
Capt. Jabez' Olmstead was the first settler (1729) on the 
Hollingsworth grant, where he built a grist and saw mill at the 
fails. In 1813 these mills and 400 acres of the Olmstead tract, 



THE TOWN IN GENERAL. 13 



comprising the whole villaf^c, were sold to Alpheus Demond 
for $4,500. He rebuilt the dam, started two carding machines, 
and was therefore the first manufacturer in Ware. The 
territory was incorporated as a precinct in 1742, and as a town 
Nov. 25, 17()1 ; and in 1775 it took permanent standing under 
the then forming constitution. In 1742 there were 33 families, 
in 177() there were 77;*) persons, and in the last 15 years the 
town has nearly if not quite doubled its population. 

Such, in brief, is a general outline of the town of Ware. 
The details of its business, social, religious, educational and 
municipal life, as it is at present, with much other valuable 
information for ready reference, will be found in the pages 
that follow, under appropriate headings. In view of a probable 
future revision, should the demand seem sufficient to meet the 
expense, the publisher would be grateful for any suggestions 
or corrections at any time. 



14 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



John F. Robinson, 

Hardware, Furnitur£ 



—AND— 




AINT5. 



AGENT FOR 



Home Mm M\i\m and Eas;le Bicycles. 



Just the place to buy Hardware, 

Qr Paints, Oils and Brushes. 

J^ave everything in Agricultural Implements. 

j^ot to be beaten in prices. 

purniture of all descriptions. 

Dug and Plush Parlor Suits. 

Qur Peerless Mirror Chamber Sets take the lead. 

3aby Carriages in the latest styles. 

[ce Cream Freezers and Refrigerators. 

I^ice Hair Mattresses and Live Geese Feathers. 

§ewing Machines — "New Home" and "Favorite." 

Qur Pickett Extension Tables are admired by all. 

leaver fail to call when in want of anything in our line, 



MAIN STREET, WARE. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 




Ware, Mass 



yV. DAY, F. G. O., 

(Fellow of the Guild of Organists. London, England.) 
PROFESSOR OF 

Instrumental, Vocal and Theory of Music. 

Seventeen years' professional experience. 

LESSONS: 

Pipe Organ, Piano, Singing, Harmony and Counterpoint. 



PIANOS and ORGANS of good makers only, for sale on easy montiily payments. 

Pianos and Organs to Rent. 

SECOND=HAND INSTRUHENTS. 

Occasionally I have one or two Second hand Pianos and Organs on hand I can sell cheap. 
Call and enquire. 

I WILL, BUY.— If you have a Piano or an Organ to dispose of, no matter what con- 
dition it Is in, drop me a postal card, and if I don't want one at the time, I may he able to 
put you into communication with parties who do. 

TUNING AND KEPAIKING.— Pipe Organs tuned and repaired. Pianos tuned and 
repaired. Reed Organs tuned and repaired. Address, 

Residence, Pleasant St. PKOFKSSOR DAY, WARE, MASS. 



riRS. A. H. DAY, Teacher of Dancing, Deportment, 

and DELSAKTE PHYSICAL CULTURE. 

Member of the National Association of Teachers of Dancing of United States and Canada. 
Open to engagements at private residences for THE GERMAN, furnishing my own 
properties, of which I have a good variety. References from past engagements. 

Terms, apply to MRS. A. H. DAY, WARE. 



Town Government, 




[FIRST SETTLER, CAPT. JABEZ OLMSTEAD, 1729.] 

Ware, Hampshire County, Massachusetts. 



SELECTMEN. 
John J. Kidgell, Chairman, Ernest D. Howard, Clerk 

Henry Bassett. 

Salary of board $350. Regular meetings, Monday evenings. 

TOWN CLERK. 
Aimer F. Richardson. 

Salary ^50 and fees. Office, 56 Main. 

TOWN TREASURER. 
Frederick D. Gilmore. 

Salary ^$300. Office, Ware Savings Bank. 

ASSESSORS OF TAXES. 
Edward P. Morse, B. Frank Davis, Michael W. Buckley 

Salary fixed by Statutes, ^2.50 per day. 

COLLECTOR OF TAXES. 
Fred. W. Farrar. 

Salary $475. Office, 48 Main. 

OVERSEERS OF THE POOR. 

Adolphus H. Gilbert, Chairman, 

J. Odillon Deslauriers, J. T. Brosnahan 

Salary of board ^300. 

Warden of Town Farm, W. H. H. Perkins. 

Salary $400. 



18 TOWN GOVERNMENT. 

ROAD COMMISSIONERS. 

William C. Eaton, Chairman, (Term expires 1895) 

Augustus H. Cummings, (Term expires 1894) 

Thomas F. Clark, (Term expires 1893) 

Salary of board ^300. 

Superintendents of Roads : Eastern district, George Feehan ; 
Western district, Francis Fisherdick. 

SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 
Henry C. Davis, Chairman, (Term expires 1894) 

D. W. Ryan, Secretary, (Term expires 1895) 

John W. Cummings, Treasurer, (Term expires 1893) 

Salaries approximate ^575. 

Janitor of School Buildings, Edward A. Carripbell. 

Salary ^800. 

Truant Officers, Maurice Fitzgerald, A. Myron Ramsdell. 

Regular meetings committee first Monday of each month at 3 p. m. 

BOARD OF HEALTH. 

Dr. D. M. Ryan, Chairman, Dr. W. W. Miner, Secretary 

Health Officer, Wm. J. Canavan. 

Salary of board ^75. Dumping Ground, foot of Monroe. 

WATER COMMISSIONERS. 
John Kennedy, Chairman, (Term expires 1894) 

George D. Storrs, Clerk, (Term expires 1895) 

Salary ot board $ioo. 
Regular meetings Friday evenings at 7.30. 

Superintendent of Waterworks, Thomas C. Gleason. 

Salary ;^ 1,000. 

Assistant Superintendent, Thomas Burke. 

^-^ Salary ^600. 

AUDITORS. 
James E. Clark, William H. Hall 

CONSTABLES. 
Maurice Fitzgerald, William Murray 

A. Myron Ramsdell, Patrick D. Sullivan 

Police Force : Maurice Fitzgerald, Chief 
A. Myron Ramsdell, William Murray 

Salaries: Chief, ^840; patrolmen, $730 each. 

Special Police: Henry Connell, Elgin R. Foster, Patrick 
D. Sullivan, Thomas H. Rennison, Samuel Mcllwraith : 
Elmer Marsh, A. H. Richardson, F. E. Crawford, Gilbert- 
ville. Keeper of Lockup, Thomas Fitzgerald. 



TOWN GOVERNMENT. 



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John H. Storrs, 
John H. Ross, 



FENCE VIEWERS. 
H. Frank Davis, 



Lyman Hathaway 
FIELD DRIVERS. 
David A. Jennison, Jonathan I. Harwood 

CEMETERY AGENT. 

F. D. Gilmore. 

Sexton, Elgin R. Foster; salary $800. 

SURVEYORS OF LUMBER. 
George H. Coney, B. F. Davis, Jr. Lyman Hathaway 

POUND KEEPER. 
Ebenezer W. Cummings. 

Town Counsel, Hubert M. Coney. 

Town Physician : Dr. D. M. Ryan ; salary $100. Office 55 Main. 
Sealer of Weights and Measures : Fred E. Marsh. Office 
7 Bank. 

Public Weighers : Willard Gage, Felix Bombard, Henry 

N. Fisherdick, Frank E. Fearigo. 
Measurers of Wood and Bark: Wm. Medcalf, Joseph Dumas, 

Jr., Jonah W. Cummings. 
Inspector Petroleum : William Medcalf. 
Forest Fire Wardens : Daniel Sanford, George Lamberton. 
Janitor Town Hall : Thomas Fitzgerald ; salary $500 and fees. 



Elected ofificers with capital headings. All others appointed. 



WARE RIVER NEW5 



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Reaches Every Prosperous Home. 
Read By All Who Want the News 
Advertise in the Paper that Pays 



HITCHCOCK'S BLOCK, 

MAIN ST., WARE. 



20 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



INCORPORATED 1825. REORGANIZED 1864. 

Ware National Bank, 

WARE, MASS. 



CAPITAL. - - $300,000.00 

TA'.LVSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. 

Deposits Received on Favorkble Terms. 

— tDRAFTS FOR SALE ON ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. J— 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS: 

William S. Hyde, D. P. Billings, G. W. Johnson, 

F. D. Gilmore, Calvin Hitchcock, Lewis N. Gilbert, 

J. H. G. Gilbert, Charles E. Stevens, Henry K. Hyde. 

IV/UJAM S. HYDE, President. HENRY K. HYDE, Cashier, 

Ware Savings Bank. 

F*resident, Lewis N. Gilbert. 

VICE-PRESIDENTS: 

David p. Billingcs, Calvin Hitclicock:, 

W. S H3-de. 

liOARU OF INVESTMENT: 

Calvin Hitcticock:, William S- Hyde, 

Oavid P.Billings, William C. Katon, 

K. D. Giln:Lore. 

Treasurer, F. D. GILMORE, : Teller, GEORGE W. DUNHAM. 



QUARTER days: 
JAN. 3, APRIL 3, JULY 3, OCT. 3. 



Corporations and Industries. 



The George H. Gilbert Manufacturing Company — Es- 
tablished 1841 ; incorporated 18()7. Capital stock $1,000,000. 
In addition to its extensive operations here this company owns 
the greater portion of the village of Gilbertville, town of Hard- 
wick, where it began work in 18G0. The following figures 
show the extent of the business done at its 2 Ware and 4 Gil- 
bertville mills: Class of goods manufactured, dress goods and 
fine flannels ; looms, 440 ; sets, 47 ; spindles, 28,000 ; males 
employed, 51)2 ; females, 287 ; weekly payroll, $7200 ; pay day, 
Tuesday ; product, $2,000,000 annually ; water wheels, GOO 
horsepower; engines, G25 horsepower. No. of tenements: 
Ware, li> ; Gilbertville, 228. Officers: President, Lewis N. 
Gilbert; vice-president, Edward H. Gilbert; treasurer, J. H. 
Grenville Gilbert, all of Ware ; superintendent, A. B. Paton ; 
selling agents, Oelbermann, Dommerich & Co., New York. 

The Otis Company — Organized 1839 ; incorporated 1840, 
with a capital of $150,000. The earliest payrolls of the com- 
pany show a list of 211 employes, with earnings averaging 
about $610 per week, while the product was about 14,000 yards 
per week of sheetings, jeans and drills. In 18G5 the company 
added the manufacture of hosiery, producing for several years 
an average of about 500 dozens white cotton stockings per day. 
The following statistics indicate the operations of this company 
at Ware the beginning of the year 1892: Capital, (including 
Palmer) $800,000; mills, 4; spindles, 55,855 ; looms, 1000; 
knitting machines, 147; females employed, 940 ; males, 810; 
payroll per week, $11,500; pay day, Friday; yards made per 
week, 312,500; dozens, 4500; kind of goods made, checks, 
denims, tickings, awnings, stripes, cotton and merino under- 
wear; water wheels, 9, with 1675 horsepower ; steam power, 
4 single cylinder, 1 double cylinder engines, 1325 horsepower. 
The company owns 145 tenements in Ware. 

In 1873 the mill at Three Rivers, in the town of Palmer, was 
built, and is known as the ''Palmer mill." Here cotton dress 
goods and fancy denims are made and the output is 14S, ()()() 
yards per week. There are employed 481 males and 267 
females, whose weekly wages amount to $5200. There are 



22 CORPORATIONS AND INDUSTRIES. 

23,040 spindles and 900 looms, and the water and steam power 
aggregate 850 horsepower. The company owns 136 tenements 
in this village. 

The officers of the Otis Company are : President, Charles 
H. Fiske, Boston ; treasurer, George F. Fabyan, Boston ; 
agent, Edwin H. Baker; superintendent, George E. Tucker; 
selling agents, Bliss, Fabyan & Co., New York, Boston, 
Philadelphia. 

Charles A. Stevens & Co. — Established 1841 ; reorgan- 
ized 1872. Kind of goods manufactured, flannels; weekly 
product, 50,000 yards; males employed, 100; females, 125; 
monthly payroll, $6000; broad looms, 104; sets, 16; water- 
power, 1675 horsepower; steam, 150; tenements, 35. Ben- 
jamin Brown, superintendent; selling agents, Parker, Wilder & 
Co., New York, Boston. 

Ware Electric Company — Incorporated 1890. Capital 
stock $20,000. Station, end of Pine street, near railroad. 
Officers: President, F. M. Sibley; vice-president, A. Bryson ; 
secretary, W. C. Eaton; treasurer, F. D. Gilmore ; directors, 
C. C. Hitchcock, W. W. Miner, E. H. Gilbert; superintendent, 
George E. Ballard. The company is now furnishing 41 arc 
street lights and 800 incandescent lights, 250 of the latter for 
domestic purposes. 

Ware Gas Light Company — Established 1853. Owned 
by the Otis Company; yearly output about 4,500,000 feet; 
rate per 1000, $2.25. 

Ware Lumber Company— Organized 1891. Capital $15,- 
000. Carries on a general lumber business and manufactures 
packing cases, sash, doors, blinds, house finish, etc. Officers : 
President, Frank K. Southworth ; treasurer, Dwight F. Marsh ; 
directors, the above, H. P. Cummings, Oscar S. Southworth. 

Ware River Manufacturing Company — Incorporated 
1864. Capital, $5000 ; owns reservoirs at Rutland and Hub- 
bardston and controls the water supply of the Ware river. 
Officers : President, Lewis N. Gilbert ; secretary and treasurer, 
J. Edwin Smith, Worcester; directors, the above, Edwin H 
Baker, Charles E. Stevens. 

West Ware Paper Company — Incorporated 1884. Capi- 
tal $30,000. Manufactures machine finished book and roll 
paper for glazing. Product 4 tons daily. Employes : Males 
18, females 13. Weekly pay roll, $250 ; pay day Saturday. 
Officers : President, James C. Pratt, Hartford, Ct. ; vice- 
president, Stephen P. Bailey, Greenwich Village; agent and 



CORPORATIONS AND INDUSTRIES. 23 

treasurer, Dwight Holland, Springfield ; superintendent, Robert 
M. Wilson. P. O. address, Springfield, Mass. 

Ware Waterworks — I^stablished 1880. Owned by town. 
Cost construction, $100,000 ; annual receipts, $8000 ; expenses, 
$5500; net income 1891, $2500; consumption water annually, 
71,(kS(),150 gallons. 



Banking Institutions. 

Ware National Bank — Incorporated as the Hampshire 
Manufacturers' Bank Feb. 2(), 1825, with $100,000 capital. Re- 
organized as the Ware National Bank Dec. 10, 18()4, and 
again Dec. 10, 1884. Present capital $300,000. Officers: 
President, William S. Hyde; cashier, Henry K. Hyde; direct- 
ors, Calvin Hitchcock, David P. Billings, Lewis N. Gilbert, J. 
H. G. Gilbert, F. D. Gilmore, Chas. E. Stevens, Henry K. 
Hyde ; Geo. W. Johnson, Brookfield ; teller, F. E. Fairbank ; 
bookkeeper, Alvan Hyde. Hours, !> to 12, 1 to 4 ; Saturdays 
1) to 1. Discount daily. 

Ware Savings Bank — Incorporated March 5, 1850. De- 
posits $3,268,748.81; guaranty fund $711,387.84; undivided 
earnings $30,012.26; assets $3,379,515.48 ; number depositors, 
6834. Officers: President, Lewis N. Gilbert; vice-presidents, 
David P. Billings, Calvin Hitchcock, W. S. Hyde ; board of 
investment, Calvin Hitchcock, William S. Hyde, David P. 
Billings, William C. Eaton, F. D. Gilmore; treasurer, F. D. 
Gilmore; teller, Geo. W. Dunham. Hours, 1> to 12, 1 to 4 ; 
Saturdays, 9 to 12, 1 to 2. Quarter days, Jan. 3, Apr. 3, 
July 3, Oct. 3. 

R J. NELLIGAN, 

I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 
CONCRETE PAVING AND GRAVEL ROOFING, 

I I I I I I I I I I i I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I i I I 

Driveways, Street Crossings, Barn Cellars, Sidewalks, 
t Glitters, etc., satisfactorily done. 



AM orders promptly attended to.- 



Best of References Furnished. 



West IVIain Street, Ware. 



24 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



F. K. SOUTHWORTH, Pres. D. F. MARSH, Treas. 

DIRECTORS: H. P. CUMMINGS, O. S. SOUTHWORTH. 



Ware Lumber Company, 



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—DEALERS IN— 



Sash, Doors and Blinds, 



"fUMBER, 



.^ .T. .T- 



cTvpa <r\j^ G\^ 

LIME, CEMENT. SEWER AND DRAIN PIPE. 

BALED HAY. STRAW, Etc. 

PACKING CASES, 



flanufacturers 

— HOUSE FINISH, Etc 



Office and Yard: flechanic Street, Ware. 

'^ opposite Depot. 




Favorable arrangements will be made with manu- 
facturing companies and others wishing to locate 
where there is abundant room, with good railroad 
facilities. 



Church Organizations. 



All Saints — North, near Main. Founded by Rev. Fr. 
Healey, April, LSGO, and first known as St. William's. Corner- 
stone All Saints laid Aug. 21, 1(S(S(S. Rev. James Boyle, rector ; 
Rev. John P. Leary, curate. Director of choir, John Kennedy ; 
organist. Miss Catherine Kennedy. Sunday services : Mass 
8 and 10 a. m., Sunday school 8 and vespers 7 p. m. Holy 
days mass at 5.30. Confessions Saturday afternoons and 
evenings, beginning at 3 ; also evenings of holy days. 

Christian Workers — Hall, Trench's block. Main. Or- 
ganized July 3, 1891. Membership 40. Regular services 
Friday evenings at 7.30, Sunday afternoons at 3. Also con- 
ducts services at West Ware (see Union chapel) and holds 
series of meetings in out-districts, Hardwick and West Brook- 
field. Officers: President, W. G. Hamilton; vice-president, 
Ralph A. Sullivan ; secretary, Mrs. Margaret Duncan ; treasurer, 
H. L. Fairbanks. 

East Congregational — Corner Church and Park streets. 
Organized April 12, 182(). Edifice rebuilt and rededicated 
Feb. 14, 1889. Membership 450. Free sittings. Pastor, 
Rev. Austin B. Bassett ; deacons, W. G. Hamilton, Silas Spooner, 
Joseph Bell, W. O. Barrett, H. B. Anderson, D. F. Marsh; 
treasurer, D. W. Ainsworth ; clerk, W. J. Irwin ; standing 
committee, pastor, deacons, Sunday school superintendent, 
treasurer, clerk, C. W. Eddy, W. F. Coney, Alvan Hyde, 
Addison Rugg; Sunday school superintendent, W. O. Barrett. 
Parish officers: Committee, Chas. E. Blood, P. H. Sagen- 
dorph, M. L. Lane; clerk, H. K. Hyde; treasurer, D. W. 
Ainsworth. Elects officers : Church, Thursday after nrst 
Sunday December; parish, March. Sunday services : Preach- 
ing, 10.30 a. m., 7 p. m. ; Sunday school, 12 m.; young 
women's prayer meeting 5.30 p. m., at chapel. Week-day 
prayer meeting, Thursday, 7.30 p. m., at chapel. Christian 
Endeavor prayer meeting Monday evenings, 7.30, at chapel. 

Boys' Try Club : Organized 1890. Meets twice a month 
on Sunday. Officers : President, Ernest Marsh ; secretary, 
Willie Hamilton ; treasurer, Earle Holmes. 



26 CHURCH ORGANIZATIONS. 

Ladies' Foreign Missionary Society, auxiliary to the Worces- 
ter county branch W. B. F. M. : Organized 1874. Member- 
ship 61. Meets third Friday alternate months. Officers: 
President, Mrs. G. G. Hall ; vice-president, Mrs. Alonzo 
Stearns; secretary. Miss Maria Barlow; treasurer, Mrs. H. O. 
Draper. Elects officers October. 

Ladies' Home Missionary Society: Organized 1888. Meets 
third Friday alternate months. Officers: President, Miss 
Esther Hitchcock; vice-president. Miss Harriet Billings; secre- 
tary, Miss Sarah R. Sage ; treasurer, Mrs. G. E. Tucker. 
Elects officers March. 

Little Sunbeams : President, Mabel L. Harlow ; vice- 
president, Ethel Hamilton ; secretary, Mattie Hannum ; treas- 
urer, Maud Towne. 

Woman's Circle: Organized 1889. Membership 45. 
Meets second Wednesday. Officers : President, Mrs. H. O. 
Draper; vice-president, Mrs. H. O. Robinson; secretary and 
treasurer, Miss Mary Taylor; directors, Mrs. W. O.Gould, 
Mrs. D. W. Ainsworth, Mrs. J. W. Cummings, Mrs. H. G. 
Holmes. Elects officers December. 

Young People's Society Christian Endeavor : Organized 
1890. Membership 100. Meets (see above). Officers: 
President, H. A. Smith; vice-president, Fred O. Rugg; re- 
cording secretary, Miss Florence E. Sturtevant; corresponding 
secretary, Mrs. A. E. Davis; treasurer, Miss Bessie Ainsworth. 
Elects officers December and June. Outing field in charge of 
outing committee, Fred Sharpe chairman. 

First Congregational — Ware Center. Organized 1751. 
Present membership 84. Pastor, Rev. J. P. Harvey; deacons, 
N. H. Anderson, Dwight Buffington, Daniel Sanford ; clerk, 
Miss Madora B. Howard ; Sunday 'school superintendent. Rev. 
J. P. Harvey; assistant, W. W. Gibbs. Parish committee, 
Deas. Anderson and Sanford, and John Rich; clerk, J. E. 
Bolton. Sunday services: Preaching at 11 and 7; Sunday 
school 12. Prayer meeting Thursday evenings. 

Church Aid Society : President, Mrs. J. P. Harvey. 

Ladies' Benevolent Society: Meets every other Wednes- 
day. President, Mrs. Dwight Buffington. 

Mission Circle of King's Children: Meets every other Sat- 
urday at 3 p. m. President, Miss Lottie Sanford. 

First Unitarian — Main, near town hall. Organized 1846. 

Pastor, . Officers : Prudential committee, Charles E. 

Stevens, E. D. Howard, J. W. Robinson ; clerk, James Edmonds ; 
treasurer, Charles E. Stevens. Elects officers March. Sunday 
services : Preaching 10.30, Sunday school 12, evening service 7. 



CHURCH ORGANIZATIONS. 27 



Sunday school superintendent, J. VV. Robinson ; asst, Geo. 
M. C. Barnard ; secretary and treasurer, Miss Julia E. Newland ; 
librarian, Edwin Gould; organist, Miss Emma Allen. Re- 
organized April 10. 

Ladies' Social Circle : Organized 184(). Meets every other 
Tuesday. President, Mrs. E. D. Howard; vice-president, Mrs. 
Henry E. Barnes; secretary and treasurer, Miss Mary S. 
Root. Elects officers October. 

Pansy Club : Branch of Lend-a-Hand society. Organized 
April, l(Si)2. Meets every two weeks. President, Miss Helen 
Gould ; secretary and treasurer, Miss Emma Allen. Elects 
officers April. 

French Congregational — North, near Cottage. Dedi- 
cated October, 1888. Membership 33. Pastor, Rev. P. N. 
Cayer ; deacons, A. A. Auger, H. Hebert; executive com- 
mittee, F. Henrichon, H. Hebert, A. Gregoire; examining 
committee, pastor, deacons. Sunday school officers : Supt., 
the pastor ; secretary, A. A. Etienne ; treasurer, Mrs. Delima 
Dupuis. Sunday services : Preaching 10.30, Sunday school 
12, evening service G. Prayer meeting Wednesdays 7.30. 
Elects officers January. 

King's Daughters, Circle of Gleaners : Organized April, 
1891. Membership 30. Meets every other Tuesday evening 
at East chapel. Officers : President, Mrs. Sarah Bottum ; 
vice-president, Mrs. L. H. Bacon; secretary, Mrs. T. P. Studd ; 
treasurer, Mrs. E. E. Orrell. Elects officers April. 

Circle of Doorkeepers : Organized 1890. Membership 3(). 
Meetings called by President. Officers : President, Miss C. 
H. Richardson ; vice-president, Mrs. F. C. Blood ; secretary and 
treasurer, Miss Emma Gould ; relief committee, Misses Nellie 
Marsh, Bessie Ainsworth, Jennie L. Gilmore, Lena Clark. 
Elects officers January. 

The United Circle: Organized October, 1889. Member- 
ship 14. Meets first Tuesday. Officers: President, Mrs. M. 
A. Olds; vice-president. Miss Ida J. Barker; secretary and 
treasurer, Miss Florence E. Judd. Elects officers January. 

Methodist Episcopal — Church, near Main. Organized 
1837. Membership 208. Free sittings. Pastor, Rev. Charles 
M. Hal^l ; Sunday school superintendent, Henry P. Billings; 
secretary, H. H. Turner; treasurer, J. T. Winslow; class 
leader, David L. Barlow; stewards, J. P. Crowell, H. P. Cum- 
mings, O. C. Stetson treasurer, H. Fletcher, H. P. Billings, R. 
A. Sullivan, C. P. Nelson, J. T. Cummings, Samuel Day, J. T. 
Winslow, M. M. Campbell, D. L. Barlow, J. C. Dexter; 



28 CHURCH ORGANIZATIONS. 

trustees, J. P. Crowell, H. P. Cummings, O. C. Stetson treas- 
urer, H. Fletcher, M. M. Campbell, E. Dunbar, George Eddy, 
E. Hathaway, E. L. Riddle. Stewards and trustees elected at 
fourth quarterly conference between January and April; 
Sunday school officers elected first Sunday in January. 

Sunday services: Prayer and consecration 9,15, preaching 
10.30, Sunday school 12, evangelistic service 7. Class meet- 
ings Tuesdays, 7.30 p. m. Prayer meetings Thursdays, 
7.30 p. m. 

Epworih League: Organized 1889. President, Edgar 
Blake; secretary, A. C. Turner; treasurer, Miss Carrie Sher- 
man. Meets first and third Monday evenings. Elects officers 
October. 

Ladies' Social Circle : Organized 1846. President, Mrs. R. 
A. Sullivan; secretary, Miss E. E. Crowell; treasurer. Miss C. 
D. Sibley. Meets every other week. Elects officers January. 

Shining Stars : President, Hattie Fairbanks ; secretary, Ida 
Clifford ; treasurer, Anna Campbell. 

Woman's Foreign Missionary Society: Organized 1876. 
President, Mrs. Geo. P. Campbell ; secretary. Miss Anna 
Strahan ; treasurer. Miss E. E. Crowell. Meets third Wednes- 
day. Elects officers October. 

Young Ladies' Mission Band: Organized 1892. President, 
Miss Marion Campbell ; secretary, Miss Ella Kennedy. Elects 
officers October. 

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel — Bank, near Main. Found- 
ed 1871 by Rev. L. G. Gagnier ; succeeded 1873 by Rev. C. 
Boucher; succeeded 1880 by Rev. J. T. Sheehan. Curate, 
Rev. L. Geoffrey. Director choir and organist, Miss Velleda 
Mathieu. Sunday services : Mass 8 and 9.30 a. m., vespers 4 
p. m. Parochial school organized 1887 ; attendance 400. 

Trinity Episcopal — Corner Park and Pleasant. Reor- 
ganized October, 1887. Edifice erected 1888, first service 
held therein Jan. 13, 1889. Membership 60. Rector, Rev. 
C. W. Duffield, resigned July 1. Board of vestry: Wardens, 
W. F. Wilson, C. H. Lee; treasurer, C. A. Julia; clerk, John 
Osgood; vestrymen, E. H. Guild, Edward H. Gilbert, D. A. 
Jennison ; superintendent, W. F. Wilson. Sunday services : 
Preaching 10.30 a. m., 4.30 p. m. ; Sunday school 12. 

Woman's Auxiliary: President, Miss Mary Sagendorph ; 
secretary and treasurer, Mrs A. L. Keith ; executive committee, 
above officers and Mrs. F. D. Gilmore, Mrs. E. H. Guild, Mrs. 
R. C. Snow. Meets Thursday afternoons October to June. 

Union Chapel — West Ware. Sunday services : Sunday 
school 12 m., preaching 2 p. m. by Rev. L. P. Causey, Enfield; 



CHURCH ORGANIZATIONS. 



29 



evening service 7, conducted by Ware Christian Workers. 
Prayer meetings Wednesdays. 

W. C. T. U., Ware Branch— Organized 1^S<)0. Member- 
ship 100. Regular meetings every other Friday at 3 p. m. at 
Hitchcock's hall. Officers: President, Mrs. E. W. Sturtevant; 
vice-president, Mrs. P2d\vin H. Baker; secretary, Mrs. H. P2. 
Fisher; treasurer, Mrs. H. P. Cummings ; superintendent of 
juvenile work. Miss Lucy Tucker; superintendent of literature, 
Miss Sarah Harding. Elects officers last meeting December. 

H. A. MAGRATH, 

Contractor 

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—AND- 



Builder. 




TRINITY CHURCH, WARE. 



PLANS ANO SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED, 



Jobbing Promptly Attended To. 



Residence: Church Street, Near Reservoir, Ware. 

Miss A. M. Chapin, 





MILLINERY 
PARLORS. . 



All the Latest Styles in 

Trimmeci Ha^ts, Bonnets 

And IVTillinery Goods. 

Room 8, Hitchcock's Block, WARE. 



30 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



COE & NAYLOR, 



-DEALERS IN- 



Choice Family Groceries, 

m DRY GOODS, # 

BOOTS, SHOES AND RUBBERS, 

CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, ETC. 

A Large Stock of the Best Grades of €=: •»- 




Including Bridal Veil, Christian's Triple Ex, and Patent Process for Pastry. 
^ SUPERIOR CANNED GOODS AND FRUIT. 
^ A CHOICE LINE OF TEAS AND COFFEES. G}^ 

A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF 

OIL. CLOTHS AND MATTINOS. 



SEE. .9"" 5 & lOC-COUNTEE 



Sandford's Block, Main St., Cor. Nenameseck Square, Ware. 



l^~Agents for the Warwick, Majestic and Hickory Bicycles.^ffitr 



Public 5chool Teachers. 



High, High street, Principal, 


W. J. Rush mo re 


First ass't, 


Miss Sadie I. Newland 


Second '* 


" Florence Sturtevant 


Grammar, South street, 


" Emma V.Hall 


8th grade, •' " . 


. " Ida J. Barker 


7th " 


l^lizzie F. Buffington 


6th " High 


" Lena M. Wyllie 


5th - 


" Emma E. Crowell 


5th " West 


*' Mary E. Driscoll 


4th " North '* 


" Lottie A. Sanford 


4th, 3d" West " 


" Mary Reilley 


8d '* North '* 


" Clara D. Sibley 


3d, 2d" East 


" Katie Carroll 


2d " North " 


" Clara N. Coney 


2d - West - 


" Lilla J. Kelley 


1st " East 


" Ellen C. O'Keefe 


1st " South " 


" Emma L. Gould 


1st •' North " 


" Mary E. Davis 


1st " West 


" Kathryn Kelley 


1st ** Unit. ch. vestry. 


'* Clara Ladd 


No. 2, Palmer road, 


" Lura J. Brier 


No. 3, West B. T., 


•' Lizzie Moran 


No. 4, West Ware, 


" Lucy H. Sherman 


No. 5, Old Turnpike, 


" Mary A. Lamberton 


No. G and 7, closed. 




No. 8, GilbertVfe'lle Hill road. 


'• Lura A. Wiley 


No. 9, Ware Center, 


" Grace Dillon. 


Teacher of Music, 


" Catherine Kennedy. 



No. school buildings, 14. 

No. schools in village, 18. 

No. schools in out-districts, (>. 

Locations of school houses are indicated on town map ac- 
companying this book by circles. Village school buildings are 
shown on street map. 



32 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



F. C. BLOOD & CO., 

EADING APOTHECARIES 

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Pure Drugs & Family Medicines, Toilet 

Articles, 



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ONFECTIONERY 

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The CompoundiDg of Phj^sicians' Prescriptions a Specialty. 



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Louis F. Qareau, 







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Shop and Residence: Gareau Avenue, Near Parochial School. 



-i— — Correspondence Solicited. 



Lodges and Societies. 



American Legion of Honor, Nenameseck Council, 
No. 67G — Organized 1881. Present membership 25. Meets 
first and third Mondays every month at G. A. R. hall at 8 
o'clock. Commander, F.W.Carter; V. C, Frank Fearigo ; 
P. C, Geo. E. Preston; orator, C. W. Eddy; secretary, W. 

C. Carrick ; treasurer, F. E. Marsh ; collector, R. A. Sullivan ; 
chaplain, J. W. Cummings ; guide, E. Hathaway ; warden, T. 
Provost. Elects officers annually at last regular meeting in 
December. 

A. O. H., Division No. 4--Instituted Jan. 5, 1890. Mem- 
bership 110. Meets 2d and 4th Sunday afternoons 2.30, 
Webb's block. Officers: President, John W. Clark; V. P., 
John B. Shea; R. S., Edward O. Deery ; F. S., Thomas C. 
Healey; T., John J. Kidgell ; St.-at-A., Edward Fallon; M., P. 

D. Sullivan; D. K., Michael Cahill. Elects officers July. 

A. O. U. W., Ware Lodge, No. 121^Instituted March 12, 
1891. Membership 47. Meets 2d and 4th Tuesdays at G. A. 
R. hall at 8. Officers: P. M. W., John W. Clark; M. W., 
John P. Pero ; F,, George S. Marsh; O., Jerome Chesley; 
R., Ossian N. Moore; F., John T. Winslow ; R., James E. 
Clark; G., William Whitney; I. W., Hugh Kaveny; O. W., 
Maurice Sullivan. Elects officers December. 

Commercial Endowment Association, Harmony Con- 
clave, No. 15 — Organized 1890. Membership 21. Meets 1st 
and 3d Fridays, at 8 p. m., Webb's block. Officers: Chan- 
cellor, J. M. Buffington; vice-chancellor, A. B. Harlow; re- 
corder, L. D. Hinckley; treasurer, H. A. Mongrain. Elects 
officers annually at last meeting in December. 

F. & A. M., Eden Lodge — Instituted June 8, 1864. Mem- 
bership 150. Regular communications first Monday after full 
moon, at Masonic hall, Sandford's block. Officers: W. M., 
W. N. Newcomb ; S. W., A. A. Green ; J. W., W. F. Wilson ; 
treasurer, D. W. Ainsworth ; secretary, A. J. Davis; chaplain, 
Wm. Kennedy; marshal, Wm. H. Morgan; S. D., E. R. Fos- 
ter; J. D., F. H. Gates; S. S., J. F. Robinson; J. S., A. H. 



34 LODGES AND SOCIETIES. 

Cummings; tyler, A. M. Ramsdell ; I. S., H. F. Ward; organ- 
ist, F. A. Gareau. D. D. G. M., Rt. Wor. George S. Marsh. 
Elects officers annually in Noveijiber. 

G. A. R., J. W. Lawton Post, No. 85.— Chartered May 12, 
1869. Membership ()0. Meets 2d and 4th Thursdays at G. 
A. R. hall. Officers: C, Geo. S. Marsh; S. V. C, Henry 
Connell; C. D. W Ainsworth ; Q. M., S. A. Spooner ; Adjt., 
E. E. Richardson; S., John F. Green; O. D., M. G. Miller; 
O. G., W. D. O'Brien; S. M., F. P. Clark; Q. M. S., D. Otis 
Holden. Elects officers annually 2d Thursday December. 

Sons of Veterans, S. B. Bond Camp, No. 91 : Organized 
1888. Membership 27. Meets 2d and 4th Mondays at G. A. 
R. hall. Officers: C, S. H. Bovven ; S. V. C, A. C. Turner; 
J. V. C, VVm. S. Whitney; C, C. C. Cook; 1st S., A. E. New- 
comb; O. M. S., H. H.^ Turner; S. of G., W. N. Newcomb ; 
C. S., E. P. Lovett; C. of G., Charles Fairbanks; C. G., E. S. 
Fairbanks; P. G., Charles Lovett; camp council, C. C. Cook, 
A. C. Turner, E. S. P^airbanks. Elects officers annually first 
meeting December. 

Woman's Relief Corps, No. 115: Organized Dec. 7, 
1888. Membership 75. Meets 2d and 4th Wednesdays at G. 
A. R. hall; first meeting 4, second 7.30 p. m. Officers: 
President, Mrs. Lucy E. Ainsworth; S. V. P., Mrs. Nellie 
Marsh; J. V. P., Mrs. Abbie Bowen ; S., Mrs. Anna Howard; 
T., Mrs. Ellen Cummings; C, Miss Bessie Ainsworth; A. C, 
Miss Mabel Storrs ; Chap., Miss Delia Sibley; G., Mrs. Eliza 
Richardson; A. G., Mrs. Lestella Bacon; organist, Mrs. Edna 
Turner. Elects officers annually first meeting January. 

High School Alumni Association — Organized June 30, 
1892. Membership 100. Officers : President, F. D. Gilmore ; 
vice-presidents, H. M. Coney, Mrs. Ellen F. Bond, John E 
Fitzgerald ; secretary, George W. Dunham ; treasurer, Fred O. 
Rugg; executive committee, F. M. Sible}*, Miss Florence Stur- 
tevant, Miss Lizzie Byrns. 

I. O. O. F., Ware Lodge, No, 209— Instituted March 17, 
1891. Membership (}(j. Meets every Tuesday evening at 
Masonic hall ; April to September at 8 ; September to April at 
7.30. Officers: N. G., E. D. Howard; V G , F. W. Coan ; 
Sec, Thomas P. Studd ; Treas., A. Bryson ; W., Frank Hills; 
C, Warren E. Estabrook ; O. G., Arthur Hills; I. G., Chas. F. 
Wilcox; R. S. N. G., W. B. Lindsey; L. S. N. G., Charles E. 
Parker; R. S. V. G., John T. Montgomery; L. S. V. G., James 
Marland; R. S. S., Alexander Breen ; L. S. S., H. H. Scott; 
Chap., Chas. A. Julia; P. G., M. Sherwin ; representative to 



LODGES AND SOCIETIES. 35 

grand Iodide, M. Shcrwin ; orf^anist, F. A. Garcau. Elects 
officers semi-annually last meetings June and December. 

Iron Hall, Local Branch, No. 708 — Institujtcd March 22, 
1888. Membership 47. Meets 1st and 3d Thursdays at G. 
A. R. hall at 8 p. m. Officers: C. J., E. J. Stafford; V. J., 
Wm. Harris; A., E. H. Guild; C, M. L. Lane; A., T. W. 
Cavanaugh ; P., John Wilson ; H., E. D. Winslow ; W., John 
Ratigan ; V., J. H. Kane; trustees, H. H. Turner, M. F. 
Brown, W. H. H. Perkins. Elects officers December. 

Non-Secret Endowment Order, Nenameseck Assem- 
HLY, No. 11 — Organized 1890. Membership 24. Regular 
meetings 2d and 4th Mondays at 8 p. m., Storrs block. Of- 
ficers : President, C. H. Thayer; vice-president, J. M. Buf- 
fington; secretary, L. D. Hinckley; treasurer, A. B. Harlow. 
Elects officers annually at last meeting in December. 

P. OF H., Ware Grange, No. 1()4— Organized 1888. 
Membership 30. Meets 1st and 3d Fridays every month, 
except July and August, at 8 p. m. at hall, Ware Center. 
Officers: Master, E. W. Barney; overseer, F. H. Doane ; lec- 
turer, J. H. Fletcher; steward, E. R. Barney; secretary, Mrs. 

E. W. Barney; treasurer, Francis Fisherdick ; chaplain, J. W. 
Cummings; assistant steward, Alexander Stewart; Ceres, Mrs. 

F. H. Doane; Pomona, Mrs. J. W. Cummings; Flora, Mrs. 
Perry Cheever ; lady assistant stewar^i, Lillian Ross ; gatekeeper, 
Lester B. Sanford. Elects officers annually in. December. 

Social Science Club — Organized Dec. 29, 1885. Mem- 
bership 85. Time and place of meetings set by president. 
Officers: President, Miss Mira H. Hall; vice-president, Mrs. 
E. R. Gilmore ; secretary, Mrs. Bessie R. Hall ; treasurer, 
Mrs. G. B. Gilbert; directors, Mrs. G, E. Tucker, Mrs. E. F. 
Bond, Mrs. W. S. Hyde, Mrs. W. O. Gould, Mrs. F. M Sibley. 
Elects officers March. 

St. Jean Baptiste Society — Organized May 30, 188G, 
as Canadian Circle. Membership 160. Meets 1st Sunday 
1.30 p. m. and 3d Monday 7.30 p. m., Guild's block. Officers : 
President, J. O. Deslauriers ; V. P., J. A. Gendron ; Rec. Sec, 
Hormidas St. Onge ; F. Sees., L. E. St. Onge, Henry Bourdeau ; 
Ins. Sec, H. A. Mongrain ; Cor. Sec, Adelard Dubois ; T., 
P. O. L'Heureux; Com. Ord., Amedee Richer; Ass't, Damien 
Giard; Vis. Com., Louis Melanson, Alphaige Duquette, F. 
Dansereau. Elects officers January. 

Ware Rod and Gun Club — Incorporated Dec 4, 1889. 
Limited membership 50. Meets first Tuesday every other 



36 LODGES AND SOCIETIES. 

month, beginning January. Officers : President, E. E. Orrell ; 
V. P., H. C. Davis; Sec, D. F. Marsh ; T., John Osgood ; 
steward, E. W. Lawton ; wardens, L. A. Fisherdick, J. B. 
Sibley; directors, E. H. Guild, H. O. Caryl, A. Bryson ; jan- 
itor, F. A. Barnes. Elects officers annually first Tuesday 
September. 

Ware Young Men's Union — Music Hall building. Bank, 
Organized Jan. 2, 1889. Incorporated April 22, 1890. Mem- 
bership 105. Business meetings first Monday 7.30 p. m. 
Officers: Chairman, S. A. Gilbert; vice-chairman, George 
Martin; secretary, J. H. Feehan; financial secretary, H H. 
Scott; treasurer, J. A. Marland; executive committee, J. H. 
Feehan, J. A. Marland, H. H. Scolt, M. M. Norton, H. M. 
Morris, J. Moriarty, G. Martin, S. A. Gilb-rt, A. M. 
Deslauriers, J. Cregan. Elects officers quarterly except execu- 
tive committee, who are appointed annually by corporation. 

Young Men's Librvry Association — Incorporated 1873. 
Volumes in library 9672. Open daily except Sundays and 
holidays, 2 to 5, 6 to 8 p. m., except Tuesdays and Thursdays, 
when closes at 6. Reading room every evening 7 to 9. 
Officers: President, F. M. Sibley; vice-president, W. H. 
Hall ; clerk, F. C. Blood ; assistant clerk, John Osgood ; 
treasurer, Wm. C. Eaten; auditor, H. P. Cummings ; directors, 

F. M. Sibley, C. C. Hitchcock, W. S. Hyde, W. H. Hall, J. H. 

G. Gilbert, F. D. Gilmore. 

Young Men's Social Club — Organized 1889. Member- 
ship 16. Rooms Central block. Officers: President, Era - 
zier A. O'Leary ; vice-president, Fred H.Murray; secretary, 
F. H. Shea; treasurer, J. P. Ratigan. Elects officers semi- 
annually. 



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Musical Organizations. 



Ware Banjo Club — Organized 1892. Membership 5. 
Leader, Mrs. A. L. Keith. 

Ware Cadet Band — Organized 1882. Membership 20. 
Practise meetings Tuesday and Thursday evenings, Central 
block. Business meeting 2d Saturday. Officers : Leader, 
Elie Phaneuf ; president, John Northrop ; vice-president, P. 
Taylor; secretary, Hugh Montgomery; treasurer, Elie Phaneuf; 
manager, Charles A. Nickerson; trustees, C. A. Nickerson, 
Michael Sullivan, Elie Phaneuf. Elects officers January. 

Ware Cornet Band : Organized 1877. Membership 16. 
Meets first Friday after 15th, Central block. Officers : Leader, 
Harry N. Smith ; president, John E. Dean ; secretary, Thomas 
Moriarty; treasurer, Cornelius Murphy. Elects officers Oct. 

Ware OrchestRx\ — Organized 1882. Six pieces. Leader, 
D. E. Driscoll ; general manager, Harry N. Smith. Meets Cen- 
tral block. 

Ware Quartette — Organized 1891. Members: H. B. 
Anderson, first tenor and director; W. F. Wilson, second 
tenor; W. A. Anderson, first base; P. J. Mulvany, second 
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Fire Department. 



The Fire Department was established Nov. 25, 1844, and 
the Fire District was established Jan. 28, 184;"). It is now 
equipped with one engine and two hose houses, a No. 4 Silsby 
engine, four hose carts, one hook and ladder truck, 3000 feet 
hose, a complete fire alarm telegraph system, and (12 hydrants. 
There are (53 paid men, whose salaries aggregate $2200, and 
the running expenses average about $4500. Ordinary firemen 
are paid $30 ; salaries of officers are shown with their names ; 
clerks of companies receive $5 extra. In addition to the above 
town equipment are three auxiliary hose companies attached to 
the three corporations. The system of waterworks is one of 
the finest in the country. 

Fire District Officers, elected May : Chief engineer, 
Thomas C. Gleason ($300) ; first assistant, A. Myron Ramsdell 
($40); second assistant, Michael J. Dillon ($30); third 
assistant, James Harrison, 2d, ($30) ; clerk, James M. 
Maloney ($25) ; treasurer, Frederick D. Gilmore ($25) ; pru- 
dential committee, F. P. Clark, E. H. Gilbert, F. N. Hos- 
mer (total $45) ; auditors, James E. Clark, Wm. H. Hall. 

Fire Department Officers, elected last Thursday June: 
Oregon No. 3 steamer : Engineer, P. D. Sullivan ; assistant, 

W. J. Nichols ; stoker, Robert Potts ; driver, Alfred L. Gilbert. 

Located central station, Nenameseck sq. 

Hook and Ladder No. 1, 15 men and three substitutes, 
organized June 21, 1883: Foreman, Frank L. Sherman; first 
assistant, D. Waldo Cheever ; second assistant, Wm. D. 
O'Brien ; clerk, James P. Madigan ; treasurer, Charles A. 
Nickerson. Meets second Thursday evening. Located central 
station. 

Hose No. 1, 13 men and three substitutes, organized July 3, 
1890: Foreman, Eugene McCarthy; first assistant, Charles 
Martin; second assistant, Bryan Rohan; clerk, James M. 
Maloney. Meets first Thursday evening. Located central 
station. 

Hose No. 2, 12 men and three substitutes, organized July 3, 



42 FIRE DEPARTMENT. 



1890 : Foreman, P. H. Brown ; first assistant, Wm. J. Nichols ; 
second assistant, John F. Gleason ; clerk, Samuel A. Gilbert ; 
treasurer, Patrick O'Neil. Meets first Tuesday evening. Lo- 
cated central station. 

Hose No. 3, 10 men and three substitutes, organized Sept. 
27,1888: Foreman, Michael Reilly; first assistant, Michael 
Shea, 2d ; second assistant, John Morin ; clerk, Patrick J. 
Sullivan; treasurer, John Morin. Meets first Thursday eve- 
ning. Located East. 

Hose No. 4, 10 men and three substitutes, organized Sept. 
15, 1891: Foreman, John W. Lambert; first assistant, Wm. 
Charbonneau ; second assistant, Joseph Dupree ; clerk, Louis 
S. Charbonneau ; treasurer, Joseph Emon. Meets first Tues- 
day. Located North. 

Stewards : North street hose house, Wm Charbonneau ; East 
street hose house, Michael Shea; central station, P. D. 
Sullivan. 

Gilbert Hose, 15 men: Foreman, John Montgomery; first 
assistant, Edward O'Neill ; second assistant, William McCann ; 
secretary and treasurer, Samuel Mcllwraith. Meets first Sat- 
urday. Elects officers January. 

Otis Hose, 18 men, organized 1879 : Foreman, Thomas P. 
Studd ; assistant, James Marland ; secretary and treasurer, John 
Fitzgerald. Meets first Wednesday. Elects officers January. 

Stevens Hose, 20 men: Foreman, Patrick W. Reilly; first 
assistant, John Flannigan ; second assistant, Albert Wood. 

Firemen's Relief Association — Of^ganized Dec 12, 1889. 
Meets first Thursday. Officers : President, W. J. Nichols ; 
vice-president, T. C. Gleason; secretary, J. M. Maloney; 
treasurer, James Harrison ; trustees, W. J. Nichols, Thomas C. 
Gleason, James Harrison, John B. Shea, P. H. Brown, Frank 
Sherman, D. Waldo Cheever, J. M. Maloney, Wm. D. O'Brien, 
A. Myron Ramsdell. Elects officers May. 

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Box 37. Engine House, Water. Key at 
Otis Go's office, C. A. Stevens & Go's 
office, J. B. Sibley's store, H. Gorm- 
ley's. T. G. Gleason's. 

Box 38. At Byrns' Bakery, West. Key 
at ]. Byrns', Mrs. P. J. CVowe's, H. 
Gostello's, M. W. Buckley's. 

Box 36. Gor, Bank street and Park av. 
Key at John Robinson's, Dr. D. W. 
Miner's, Dr. D. M. Ryan's, G. K. 
Gutler's. 

Box 37. Gottafje, near Ghurch. Key at 
G. G. Hitchcock's, Geo. H. Goney's, 
G. D. Utley's, H. P. Gummings'. 

Box 38. Ghurch, near Highland. Key 
at H. A. McGrath's, Geo. E. Fair- 
banks', W. B. Parker's, F. P. 
Glark's. 

Box 39. Hose House, East. Key at 
Thos. McArdle's, Owen McArdle's, 
Henry Gonnell's, Gentral Mass. 
R. R. Freight Office. 

Box 46. Gorner North and Main. Key 
at Geo. G. Holden's, Police Station, 
Mansion House, T. G. Gleason's 
harness shop. 



Box 47. Aspen, near Vigeant. Key at 
Frank Renaud's, Lewis Gharbon- 
neau's, Wni. Gharbonneau's. Joseph 
Dumas, Jr's. 

Box 48. Corner North and Prospect. 
Key at John Kennedy's, John Ro- 
han's, Frank Hills', George P. 
Gampbell's. 

Box 49. West Main, near Barnes. Key 
at Mrs. F. Walsh's, y. B. Sibley's, 
A. S. Bassett's, Waldo Gheever's. 

Box 57. Maple, near Ghestnut. Key at 
Sage Estate, G. A. Stevens', Mrs. A. 
Sandford's, J. H G. Gilbert's. 

Box 68. South, corner Clifford av. Key 
at E. H. Baker's, Dr. Yale's, Hugh 
Kennedy's, gas house. 

Box 135. Private box, Otis Go.'s repair 
shop. 

Box 135. Private box, G. H. Gilbert 
Manufacturing Go's. 

Box 145. Private box, G. A. Stevens & 
Go's. 
Keys also in hands of police and board 

of engineers. 



Two blows at noon is to test alarm, and after alarm signifies that fire is out or under 
control. Ten blows is a general alarm and calls out the entire department. Two blows 
repeated four times before q a. m. signify there will be no school in the forenoon ; before 
2 p. m.. no school in the afternoon. Location of strikers. Unitarian and Congregational 
churchts and North street hose house. 

Directions : Go to the box nearest the fire, open the door, pull the hook all the way 
down once only, and let go. Wait a full minute for the sound of the bells. If you hear 
no sound, pull again as before, and the third time, if necessary ; if you fail, go to the 
nearest box and do the same. Do not pull a box if the small bell in the box is striking, 
or the bells on the churches, as in that case a box is already running, and to pull a seconp 
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Church Organizations- 



All Saints — North, near Main. Founded by Rev. Fr. 
Hcaley, April, 1860, and first known as St. William's. Corner- 
stone All Saints laid Aug. 21, 18«S8. Rev. James Boyle, rector ; 
Rev. John P. Leary, curate. Director of choir, John Kennedy ; 
organist. Miss Catherine Kennedy. Sunday services : Mass 
8 and 10 a. m., Sunday school 3 and vespers 7 p. m. Holy 
days mass at 5.30. Confessions Saturday afternoons and 
evenings, beginning at 3 ; also evenings of holy days. 

Christian Workers — Hall, Trench's block. Main. Or- 
ganized July 3, 1891. Membership 40. Regular services 
Friday evenings at 7.30, Sunday afternoons at 3. Also con- 
ducts services at West Ware (see Union chapel) and holds 
series of meetings in out-districts, Hardwick and West Brook- 
field. Officers: President, W. G. Hamilton; vice-president, 
Ralph A. Sullivan ; secretary, Mrs. Margaret Duncan ; treasurer, 
H. L. Fairbanks. 

East Congregational — Corner Church and Park streets. 
Organized April 12, 182G. Edifice rebuilt and rededicated 
Feb. 14, 1881). Membership 450. Free sittings. Pastor, 
Rev. Austin B. Bassett ; deacons, W. G. Hamilton, Silas Spooner, 
Joseph Bell, W. O. Barrett, H. B Anderson, D. F. Marsh ; 
treasurer, D. W. Ainsworth ; clerk, W. J. Irwin ; standing 
committee, pastor, deacons, Sunday school superintendent, 
treasurer, clerk, C. W. Eddy, W. F. Coney, Alvan Hyde, 
Addison Rugg; Sunday school superintendent, W. O. Barrett. 
Parish officers : Committee, Chas. E. Blood, P. H. Sagen- 
dorph, M. L. Lane; clerk, H. K. Hyde; treasurer, D. W. 
Ainsworth. Elects officers : Church, Thursday after first 
Sunday December; parish, March. Sunday services : Preach- 
ing, 10.30 a. m., 7 p. m. ; Sunday school, 12 m.; young 
women's prayer meeting 5.30 p. m., at chapel. Week-day 
prayer meeting, Thursday, 7.30 p. m., at chapel. Christian 
Endeavor prayer meeting Monday evenings, 7.30, at chapel. 

Boys' Try Club : Organized 1890. Meets twice a month 
on Sunday. Officers : President, Ernest Marsh ; secretary, 
Willie Hamilton ; treasurer, Earle Holmes. 



26 CHURCH ORGANIZATIONS. 

Ladies' Foreign Missionary Society, auxiliary to the Worces- 
ter county branch W. B. F. M. : Organized 1874. Member- 
ship 61. Meets third Friday alternate months. Officers: 
President, Mrs. G. G. Hall ; vice-president, Mrs. Alonzo 
Stearns ; secretary. Miss Maria Barlow ; treasurer, Mrs. H. O. 
Draper. Elects officers October. 

Ladies' Home Missionary Society: Organized 1888. Meets 
third Friday alternate months. Officers: President, Miss 
Esther Hitchcock; vice-president. Miss Harriet Billings; secre- 
tary. Miss Sarah R. Sage; treasurer, Mrs. G. E. Tucker. 
Elects officers March. 

Little Sunbeams : President, Mabel L. Harlow ; vice- 
president, Ethel Hamilton; secretary, Mattie Hannum ; treas- 
urer, Maud Towne. 

Woman's Circle: Organized 1889. Membership 45. 
Meets second Wednesday. Officers : President, Mrs. H. O. 
Draper; vice-president, Mrs. H. O. Robinson; secretary and 
treasurer. Miss Mary Taylor; directors, Mrs. W. O. Gould, 
Mrs. D. W. Ainsworth, Mrs. J. W. Cummings, Mrs. H. G. 
Holmes. Elects officers December. 

Young People's Society Christian Endeavor: Organized 
1890. Membership 100. Meets (see above). Officers: 
President, H. A. Smith; vice-president, Fred O. Rugg; re- 
cording secretary, Miss Florence E. Sturtevant ; corresponding 
secretary, Mrs. A. E. Davis ; treasurer, Miss Bessie Ainsworth. 
Elects officers December and June. Outing field in charge of 
outing committee, Fred Sharpe chairman. 

First Congregational — Ware Center. Organized 1751. 
Present membership 84. Pastor, Rev. J. P. Harvey; deacons, 
N. H. Anderson, Dwight Buffington, Daniel Sanford; clerk, 
Miss Madora B. Howard ; Sunday 'school superintendent. Rev. 
J. P. Harvey; assistant, W. W. Gibbs. Parish committee, 
Deas. Anderson and Sanford, and John Rich; clerk, J. E. 
Bolton. Sunday services: Preaching at 11 and 7; Sunday 
school 12. Prayer meeting Thursday evenings. 

Church Aid Society: President, Mrs. J. P. Harvey. 

Ladies' Benevolent Society: Meets every other Wednes- 
day. President, Mrs. Dwight Buffington. 

Mission Circle of King's Children : Meets every other Sat- 
urday at 3 p. m. President, Miss Lottie Sanford. 

First Unitarian — Main, near town hall. Organized 1846. 

Pastor, . Officers : Prudential committee, Charles E. 

Stevens, E. D. Howard, J. W. Robinson ; clerk, James Edmonds ; 
treasurer, Charles E. Stevens. Elects officers March. Sunday 
services : Preaching 10.30, Sunday school 12, evening service 7. 



CHURCH ORGANIZATIONS. 27 

Sunday school superintendent, J. W. Robinson; asst. Geo. 
M. C. Barnard ; secretary and treasurer, Miss Julia K. Newland ; 
librarian, Edwin Gould; organist, Miss Emma Allen. -Re- 
organized April 10. 

Ladies' Social Circle : Organized 1841). Meets every other 
Tuesday. President, Mrs. E. D. Howard; vice-president, Mrs. 
Henry F. Barnes; secretary and treasurer, Miss Mary S. 
Root. Elects officers October. 

Pansy Club : Branch of Lend-a-Hand society. Organized 
April, 1892. Meets every two weeks. President, Miss Helen 
Gould; secretary and treasurer, Miss Emma Allen. Elects 
officers April. 

French Congregational — North, near Cottage. Dedi- 
cated October, 1888. Membership 33. Pastor, Rev. P. N. 
Cayer; deacons, A. A. Auger, H. Hebert; executive com- 
mittee, F. Henrichon, H. Hebert, A. Gregoire; examining 
committee, pastor, deacons. Sunday school officers: Supt., 
the pastor ; secretary, A. A. Etienne ; treasurer, Mrs. Delima 
Dupuis. Sunday services: Preaching 10.30, Sunday school 
12, evening service G. Prayer meeting Wednesdays 7.30. 
Elects officers January. 

King's Daughters, Circle of Gleaners: Organized April, 
1891. Membership 30. Meets every other Tuesday evening 
at East chapel. Officers: President, Mrs. Sarah Bottum ; 
vice-president, Mrs. L. H. Bacon; secretary, Mrs. T. P. Studd ; 
treasurer, Mrs. E. E. Orrell. Elects officers April. 

Circle of Doorkeepers : Organized 1890. Membership 36. 
Meetings called by President. Officers: President, Miss C. 
H. Richardson; vice-president, Mrs. F*. C. Blood; secretary and 
treasurer, Miss Emma Gould; relief committee, Misses Nellie 
Marsh, Bessie Ainsworth, Jennie L. Gilmore, Lena Clark. 
Elects officers January, 

The United Circle : Organized October, 1889. Member- 
ship 14. Meets first Tuesday. Officers: President, Mrs. M. 
A. Olds; vice-president. Miss Ida J. Barker; secretary and 
treasurer, Miss Florence E. Judd. Elects officers January. 

Methodist Episcopal — Church, near Main. Organized 
1837. Membership 208. P'ree sittings. Pastor, Rev. Charles 
M. Hall ; Sunday school superintendent, Henry P. Billings ; 
secretary, H. H. Turner; treasurer, J. T. Winslow ; class 
leader, David L. Barlow; stewards, J. P. Crowell, H. P. Cum- 
mings, O. C. Stetson treasurer, H. Fletcher, H. P. Billings, R. 
A. Sullivan, C. P. Nelson, J. T. Cummings, Samuel Day, J. T. 
Winslow, M. M. Campbell, D. L. Barlow, J. C. Dexter; 



28 CHURCH ORGANIZATIONS. 

trustees, J. P. Crowell, H. P. Cummings, O. C. Stetson treas- 
urer, H. Fletcher, M. M. Campbell, E. Dunbar, George Eddy, 
E. Hathaway, E. L. Riddle. Stewards and trustees elected at 
fourth quarterly conference between January and April; 
Sunday school officers elected first Sunday in January. 

Sunday services: Prayer and consecration 9.15, preaching 
10.30, Sunday school 12, evangelistic service 7. Class meet- 
ings Tuesdays, 7.30 p. m. Prayer meetings Thursdays, 
7.30 p. m. 

Epworih League : Organized 1889. President, Edgar 
Blake; secretary, A. C. Turner; treasurer. Miss Carrie Sher- 
man. Meets first and third Monday evenings. Elects officers 
October. 

Ladies' Social Circle : Organized 1846. President, Mrs. R. 
A. Sullivan; secretary, Miss E. E. Crowell; treasurer, Miss C. 
D. Sibley. Meets every other week. Elects officers January. 

Shining Stars : President, Hattie Fairbanks ; secretary, Ida 
Clifford ; treasurer, Anna Campbell. 

Woman's Foreign Missionary Society: Organized 1876. 
President, Mrs. Geo. P. Campbell ; secretary. Miss Anna 
Strahan ; treasurer. Miss E. E. Crowell. Meets third Wednes- 
day. Elects officers October. 

Young Ladies' Mission Band : Organized 1892. President, 
Miss Marion Campbell ; secretary, Miss Ella Kennedy. Elects 
officers October. 

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel — Bank, near Main. Found- 
ed 1871 by Rev. L. G. Gagnier; succeeded 1873 by Rev. C. 
Boucher; succeeded 1880 by Rev. J. T. Sheehan. Curate, 
Rev. L. Geoffroy. Director choir and organist. Miss Velleda 
Mathieu. Sunday services : Mass 8 and 9.30 a. m., vespers 4 
p. m. Parochial school organized 1887 ; attendance 400. 

Trinity Episcopal — Corner Park and Pleasant. Reor- 
ganized October. 1887. Edifice erected 1888, first service 
held therein Jan. 13, 1889. Membership 60. Rector, Rev. 
C. W. Duffield, resigned July 1. Board of vestry: Wardens, 
W. F. Wilson, C. H. Lee; treasurer, C. A. Julia; clerk, John 
Osgood ; vestrymen, E. H. Guild, Edward H. Gilbert, D. A. 
Jennison ; superintendent, W. F. Wilson. Sunday services : 
Preaching 10.30 a. m., 4.30 p. m. ; Sunday school 12. 

Woman's Auxiliary : President, Miss Mary Sagendorph ; 
secretary and treasurer, Mrs A. L. Keith; executive committee, 
above officers and Mrs. F. D. Gilmore, Mrs. E. H. Guild, Mrs. 
R. C. Snow. Meets Thursday afternoons October to June. 

Union Chapel — West Ware. Sunday services: Sunday 
school 12 m., preaching 2 p. m. by Rev. L. P. Causey, Enfield; 



CHURCH ORGANIZATIONS. 



29 



evening service 7, conducted by Ware Christian Workers. 
Prayer meetings Wednesdays. 

W. C. T. U., Ware Branch— Organized ISilO. Member- 
ship 100. Regular meetings every other Friday at 3 p. m. at 
Hitchcock's hall. Officers: President, Mrs. K. W. Sturtevant; 
vice-president, Mrs. Edwin H. Baker; secretary, Mrs. H. K. 
Fisher; treasurer, Mrs. H. P. Cummings ; superintendent of 
juvenile work. Miss Lucy Tucker; superintendent of literature, 
Miss Sarah Harding. Elects officers last meeting December. 

H. A. MAGRATH, 

Contractor 

T— AND- 

Builder. ( 

TRINITY CHURCH, WARE 




PLANS ANO SPECIFICATIONS FURNiSHQ 

^ 



Jobbing Promptly Attended To. 



Residence: Church Street, Near Reservoir, Ware. 

Miss A. M. Chapin, 





MILLINERY 
PARLORS. . 



All the Latest Styles In 

Trinaixied Ha^ts, Bonnets 

And M^illinery Goods. 

Room 8, Hitchcock's Block. WARE. 



30 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



COE & NAYLOR, 



-DEALERS IN- 



Choice Family Groceries, 

# DRY GOODS, m 

BOOTS, SHOES AND RUBBERS. 

CROCKERY. GLASSWARE, ETC. 

A Large Stock of the Best Grades of <i : •»- 




Including Bridal Veil, Christian's Triple Ex, and Patent Process for Pastry. 
^ SUPERIOR CANNED GOODS AND FRUIT. 

^ A CHOICE LINE OF TEAS AND COFFEES. (£^ 

A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF 

OIIv CLOTHS AND NIATTINOS. 



SEE,OyR_5 & 10c COUNTER- 

Sandford's Block, Main St., Cor. Nenameseck Square, Ware. 



l^~Afirent8 for the Warwick, Majestic and Hickory Bicycles.<:ffilr 



Public School Teachers. 



High, High street, Principal, 


W. J. Rushmore 


First ass't, 


Miss Sadie I. Newland 


Second " 


" Plorence Sturtevant 


Grammar, South street, 


" Emma V.Hall 


8th gxade, " 


Ida J. Barker 


7th 


" P^lizzie P\ Buffington 


6th '* High 


" Lena M. Wyllie 


5th " 


" P2mma E. Crowell 


5th " West 


" Mary E. DriscoU 


4th " North " 


" Lottie A. Sanford 


4th, 3d" West - 


" Mary Reilley 


3d '' North - 


" Clara D. Sibley 


3d, 2d" East 


Katie Carroll 


2d " North " 


" Clara N. Coney 


2d " West - 


" Lilla J. Kelley 


1st " East 


" Ellen C. O'Keefe 


1st " South " 


" P^mma L. Gould 


1st " North " 


" Mary E. Davis 


1st " West 


" Kathryn Kelley 


1st *' Unit. ch. vestry, 


" Clara Ladd 


No. 2, Palmer road. 


" Lura J. Brier 


No. 3, West B. T., 


" Lizzie Moran 


No. 4, West Ware, 


" Lucy H. Sherman 


No. 5, Old Turnpike, 


" Mary A. Lamberton 


No. 6 and 7, closed. 




No. <S, Gilbertville Hill road, 


" Lura A. Wiley 


No. 9, Ware Center, 


" Grace Dillon. 


Teacher of Music, 


" Catherine Kennedy. 



No. school buildings, 14. 

No. schools in village, 1<S. 

No. schools in out-districts, 6. 

Locations of school houses are indicated on town map ac- 
companying this book by circles. Village school buildings are 
shown on street map. 



32 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



F. C. BLOOD & CO., 

iMmNG'APOfHECARIES 

•>«»^*K« 

Pure Drugs & Family Medicines, Toilet 

Articles, 



~^C 



ONFECTIONERY 

AND 

IG ARS 



The Compounding of Physicians' Prescriptions a Specialty. 



62 Main St., opp, Hampshire House, 

Louis F. Qareau, 




«6ARPBNTE!( 



1^ 



AiND- 



^BUILDBR,^- 



Eslimales - and - Plans • Furnished, 



Shop and Residence: Gaeeau Avenue, Near Parochial School. 



-Correspondence Solicited.- 



Public and Private Ways. 



Aspen street, north from Pleasant, cast cemetery. 

Barnes street, from junction VV. Main and I^Lddy, northwesterly 

to pumping station. 
Belchertown North road, from Ware Center, by Beaver Lake, 

b West Ware. 
Belchertown South road, from Palmer road, near red bridge, to 

Babcock Tavern and town limits. 
Bondville road, southerly from Babcock Tavern. 
Brimstone Hill road, from Ware Center northerly to town 

limits. 
Brookside, (private) easterly from South, near Monroe. 
Canal street, (private) from E. Main, northeasterly to dam. 
Cherry street, northeasterly from East, near schoolhouse. 
Chestnut street, from Maple southwesterly to South. 
Church street, from Nenameseck square, northeasterly beyond 

reservoir. 
Clifford avenue, from South, near schoolhouse, westerly to 

William. 
Clinton street, north from west end W. Main. 
Cottage street, from Church to North. 
Dale street, from North to Aspen. 
East street, from E. Main to railroad. 
E. Main street, from Nenameseck square to stone bridge. 
Eddy court, (private) south side Eddy, opposite boot shop. 
Eddy street, from end Storrs, westerly to W. Main. 
Elm street, from Maple, near depot, south and west to 

Chestnut. 
Enfield road, from Ware Center northwesterly to town limits. 
Gareau avenue, (private) from Walnut north to parochial 

school. 
Gilbert court, (private) west side South, near Gilbert Co.'s 

office. 
Gilbertville Hill road, northeasterly continuation of Church to 

Valley road, near New Braintree road. 
Gilbertville Valley road, northerly continuation of East. 
Grove street, (private) from E. Main, near stone bridge, north- 
easterly to Pine. 



4S PUBLIC AND PRIVATE WAYS. 

Greenwich road, continuation of Pleasant northerly to town 

limits. 
Highland street, from Church, near reservoir, to head of North. 
High street, from Church to North. 

Knox avenue, parallel with railroad from Maple to East. 
Main street, from Nenameseck square to West. 
Maple street, from South, near Stevens Co., past depot, to 

junction Morse avenue and Gilbertville Valley road. 
Mechanic street, (private) southerly from Maple, near depot. 
Monroe street, westerly from South. 
Morse avenue, southeasterly from junction East and Maple and 

Gilbertville Valley road. 
Nenameseck square, junction Main, East Main, Church, South 

and Water. 
New Braintree road, northeasterly from Gilbertville Valley road, 

near Barlow place. 
North street, northerly from Main, near Central block, to 

Greenwich road. 
Old Gilbertville road, from Church, near reservoir, northerly 

to covered bridge. 
Old Turnpike, from Babcock Tavern, northerly by schoolhouse 

No. 5, to Enfield road. 
Osborne road, northerly from northeast corner Dist. 9. 
Otis avenue, (private) from Church easterly to Park. 
Palmer road, continuation of West to Gibbs Crossing and town 

limits. 
Park avenue, (private) from Park to North. 
Park street, from E. Main northerly to Church. 
Parker street, from W. Main, near Mansion House, to Pleasant. 
Pine street, northeasterly from East near stone bridge. 
Pleasant street, from Park northwesterly beyond Aspen Grove 

cemetery. 
Prospect street, from Church, near cemetery, to North. 
Ragged Hill road, easterly from Gilbertville Valley road. 
Ross avenue, (private) easterly continuation of Maple from 

Morse avenue, near railroad. 
School street, (private) from head of North to parochial 

school. 
Sherwin street, (private) from North to Aspen. 
South street, from Nenameseck square to railroad crossing. 
Spring street, from High to Cottage. 
Storrs street, from W. Main to Eddy. 
Swift River road, across west end of town. 
Union street, from South, opposite schoolhouse, to Chestnut. 
Vernon street, from W. Main, near Muddy brook, to West. 



PUBLIC AND PRIVATE WAYS. 47 

Vigeant street, from North, opposite schoolhouse, to Aspen. 

Walnut street, from North to Church. 

Ware Center road, continuation West Main. 

Warren road, from near beginning of Gilbertville Valley road 

to town limits. 
Water street, from Nenameseck square to West. 
Webb court, (private) southwesterly from west end Water. 
West street, from Main, near town hall, southwesterly to Palmer 

road. 
West Brookfield road, easterly from Gilbertville Valley road 

near Otis Packard's. 
West Main, from Main, near Mansion house, to Ware Center 

road. 
West Warren road, continuation of South. 
William street, southerly from west end Monroe. 
Yale street, (private) southerly from west end Clifford avenue. 




DEALER IN 



CHOICE MEATS and VEGETABLES 



Of all kinds ; also 



- t POULTRY, SAUSAGE, TRIPE, KETCHUP, JELLIES X— 
AND CANNED GOODS. 

Honu-Made Lard {Snowflake Brand) a Specialty. 

13 CHURCH ST., - - - - - - WARE. 



MAPLE STREET BOARDING HOUSE, 
Board By the Day or Week. 

Good Board and Rooms at Reasonable Prices. 
MAPLE SREET, NEAR EAST. 

MRS. MARGARET MCMAHON, Prop. 



48 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 




Haviug enlarged our Bakery we now have better facilities for supplying the 
people of Ware and vicinity with our goods. Here you will find 



Our Celebrated Milk Bread, Fresh Every Morning. 



k^o-^ 



IT STILL TAKES THE LEAD. 



Hot Rolls 



Every Noon for Dinner. 



I I I I I I I 



°#*° 

^o^ 



^ Fresh Pastry ?^,^^:^'^ 



daily. 



Hot Brown Bread and Baked Beans 

^ EVERY SATURDAY EVENING. 



*:t:H<>t<*4** 



Crackers, Turnovers, Lemon Drops, Paris Buns, Cream Puffs, Jelly 
Rolls, Macaroons, Lady Fingers, Ginger Snaps, Cookies of every variety, 
and everything usually found in a first-class bakery. .... 



Pdrty and Wedding Supplies a Specialty. 



Mrs. E. B. Spaulding, Prop., 



fe 



148 West flain Street, Ware. 



Places of Public Interest. 



Aspen Grove Cemetery, dedicated 1852, west end Pleasant. 

Babcock Tavern, Dist. 3, Belchertovvn South road. 

Beaver Brook, southerly through Beaver Lake. 

Beaver Lake, west Ware Center. 

Boston & Maine R. R. Freight Office, off East. 

Brimstone Hill, (altitude 8G0 feet) Brimstone Hill road. 

Carter's Pond, Enfield road, Dist. 5. 

Central Block, corner Main and North. 

Coy's Hill, (altitude 1020 feet) Warren road. 

District Court Room, Town Hall. 

Eaton's Grove, off Church, above dam. 

Eddy Hill, Eddy. 

Electric Light Station, end of Pine. 

Fire District, old school district No. 1. 

Firemen's Hall, Nenameseck square. 

Flat Brook, southerly through center of town. 

French Cemetery, end Pleasant, near Snowy's mill. 

G. A. R. Hall, Sandford's blo^k. 

Gas House, foot Monroe. 

Gibbs Crossing, Palmer road. 

Gilbert Geo. H. M'f 'g Co.'s Ofi^ce, South, near Maple. 

Hampshire House, corner Main and Bank. 

Hardwick Pond, over town line in Hardwick, Dist. 7. 

Harwood's Pond, north Ware Center. 

High School Building, Church and Walnut. 

Hitchcock's Hall, Hitchcock's block. 

Hoyt's Grove, Hardwick pond. 

King's Grove, Hardwick pond. 

Mansion House, Main, opposite West. 

Masonic Hall, Sandford's block. 

Mineral Springs, off Greemvich road, Dist. 7. 

Muddy Brook, Hardwick line to Ware river, near West. 

Music Hall, Bank, near Main. 

Nenameseck Park, Nenameseck square. 

Old Burying Ground, Palmer road. 

Otis Co's Office, Nenameseck square. 



50 PLACES OF PUBLIC INTEREST. 

Otis Park, Park and East Main. 

Outing Field, off Church, near Eaton's grove. 

Postofifice, Main, opposite West. 

Pottaquattuck Mountain, (altitude 1060 feet) in Palmer, south 

Gibbs Crossing. 
Public Library, corner Main and Church. ^ 

Pumping Station, Barnes. 

Ragged Hill, (altitude 1227 feet) New Braintree road. 
Reservoir, head Church. 
Sage's Grove, southeast of depot. 
Snow's Pond, west end Pleasant. 

Stevens C. A. & Co's Office, foot Maple, near South. 
Storrs Block, south side Main, opp. bank. 
Sturtevant's Grove. Hardwick pond. 
St. William's Cemetery, West. 

Swift River, southerly across western town boundary. 
Telegraph Office, railroad depot. 
Telephone Pay Station, Spencer's drug store. Main. 
Top of Ware, East. 

Town Farm, Dist. 6, north Ware Center. 
Town Hall, corner Main and West. 
Town Offices, basement Town Hall. 
Union Passenger Station, Maple. , 

Ware Center, Dist. 9. 
Ware Center Cemetery, Dist. 9. 
Ware National Bank, corner Main and Bank. 
Ware River, southeasterly across eastern end of town. 
Ware Savings Bank, Bank, near Main. 
West Ware, Dist. 4. 
Woolen Side, vicinity Gilbert and Stevens mills, east Ware 

river. 



Louis Gilbert, 

Manufacturer of the Celebrated 



#1 GILBERT SOAP, f^ 

This Soap we consider equal in quality to any Soap in the 
market, and is sold for less money. 

IVai^ iintil 02ir tea?n calls at your house before purchasing. 



BARNES STREET, NEAR WEST MAIN, WARE. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



51 



F. P. CLARK. 



H. M. PLATT. 



F. P. CLARK & CO., 
FURNITURE, 





^. 







ORGANS 



'^^/c^/TiiTxA'J^ 



PIANOS, 

SevOing Machines, piafed War^, ^able ^ufl^r^, (Jl7ildrGn s 
104: IVlairi Street, - - Ware. 




Hampshire House, 

MAIN STREET. WARE, 
D. A Jennison, - - - Proprietor. 

-| FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS. "^ 



FREE CARRIAGE TO ALL TRAINS, ^^ 



^S GOOD LIVERY IN CONNECTION. 



^^^ 



52 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



HILLS & ALDRICH, 



^or\tracfin| Masons and Builders, 

X^ MAKE A SPECIALTY OF ^"x 

Business Blocks, Storehouses and Mills. 

N'o job too lar^e and Jione too small to receive our prompt attention. 




[Hitchcock's Block, Main Street, Ware, built by this firm."] 
DEALERS IN 

Brick, Lime, Cement, Hair, Plaster, Sand 

AND 






JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



FRANK HILLS. 
North St. 



•WARE. MASS.- 



\ E. A. ALDRICH, 
^ South St. 



Residence Directory. 



Abbrf.viations : Adv, advertisement ; av, avenue ; agt, agent ; b, boards ; blk., block ; 
R. T., Babcock Tavern; c, corner; ct, court; do, ditto; emp, employe; G. C, Gibbs 
Crossing; h, house; June, junction; lab, laborer; mfr, manufacturer; n, near; opp, 
opposite ; O. T., old turnpike ; prop, proprietor ; P. O., postofiftce ; r, rear ; rd, road ; 
rms, rooms ; sq, square ; W. Ctr, Ware Center ; W. W., We'-t Waie ; *, legal voter. 

The word street is always omitted after name of street. The prefix Miss is understood. 
Names enclosed in parentheses are for firms or deceased husbands, except where post- 
office addresses are given. The dififerent spellings of names often places those of the 
same sound far apart, as Carroll, Caryl ; Riley, Reilly ; Healey, Haley ; also the omission 
of O', Mc, etc., places similar names in different alphabetical classifications. Great care 
has been taken to preserve the original spellings of French names. 



*Abare Charles T., h South, n Monroe. 
Abbott Henry M., weaver Otis Co, b John do. 

John, h 77 E Main, Otis Co blk. 
Adam Joseph, carpenter, h Vigeant, Dumas blk. 

Marie, h Joseph do. 
*Adams Aleck, farmer, h Dist o, northwest B T. 
Ainsworth Bessie, h D. W. do. 



^Ainsworth Dr. D. W., dentist, No. 1 Hitchcock blk, 
h South, c Union. Office hours, 8 to 12.30, 1.30 to (>, 
7 to 8. 



*Akers Albert M. (P O Thorndike) farmer, h Belchertown 
South rd, on Beaver brook. 

Albertine John, h Joseph A. do. 

*Joseph A., fruit, confectionery, etc, !>0 Main, h do. 

*Aldrich Andrew W., farmer, h VV W, Enfield rd, n crossing. 

*Aldrich Edward A., (Hills & Aldrich) n^ason and build- 
er, South, h do. 

*Aldrich Farnum, carpenter, emp out of town. 

Alexander James, b William Kennedy. 

Allaire Damase, lab, h Vigeant. 

AUard Adolphe, section man B & A R R, h Philip do. 



Wart Stierwin, ^^""" 



F*opiJ.lar . One - Price - Clotlnier. 



54 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 

Allard Alfred, emp Otis Co, h 42 North. 

Arthur, emp Otis Co, b Alderic Poliquin. 

Cordelia, h Joseph H. do. 

*George E., operative, h Joseph H. do. 

Joseph H., overseer cardroom Stevens Co, h 16 Maple. 

*Napoleon, emp Otis Co, h 18 Vigeant. 

Philip, lab, h Vigeant, c North. 

*Philip Jr., lab, h Philip do. 
*Allen Charles H., emp cardroom Otis Co, h 42 High. 

Delia S. Mrs, (David) h W Main, c Clinton. 

*Henry A.,clerk Hitchcock & Co, h 3 Weeks blk, Park av. 

Levi H., b David L. Barlow. 

Minnie, weaver Otis Co, h Peter do. 

Peter, weaver Otis Co, h Grove. 

William, emp Gilbert Co, h off Water. 
*Amelotte Louis, emp Otis Co, h Church, opp Otis av. 
*Amsden Thomas E., teamster H. O. Caryl, h Brookside. 
Anair Richard, carpenter, h Morse av. 
*Anderson Henry B., farmer, h Palmer rd, four corners. 

James, h East. 

Mrs, h 18 Water. 
_ *Nathaniel H., farmer, h n W. Ctr. 

•William A., musician, h Nathaniel H. do. 
Andrews Mary F. Mrs, (Willard G.) h H. B. Anderson. 
*Angell B. Frank, carpenter, b L. A. Fisherdick. 
Angus Charles H., conductor Central R R, b S. E. Sprague. 
*Apperson John H., dresser Gilbert Co, h 57 South. 
Archambeault Amedee, emp Gilbert Co, h Augustin do. 

Augustin, emp Otis Co, h 20 Vigeant. 
*Arnold Ernest P., clerk Osgood & Preston, h North, n Cottage. 
Ashton Clara Mrs, emp cardroom Otis Co, h (jG Main. 
Atwood Bertha I. Mrs, (Charles B.) h Mrs Mary H. Thompson. 
Audette Clarice, emp Otis Co, b Joseph do. 



♦ Auger A. A., fl. D., physician and surgeon. Office and 
residence Central blk, Main. Office hours until 1) a. m,, 
1 to 3, 7 to 9 p. m. 



SPENCER'S DroE Store, - - 100 Maio St 



stylish Clotliiii g is always to be f5und at Mar^ Stierwio's. 

RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 55 



Auger Emma E., teacher, h Dr Adolphe A. do. 

Aungier Catherine C, h Rev James Boyle. 

Avans John, dresser, b Mrs Addie Landers. 

Avery Hattie Mrs, emp Otis Co, h W Ctr, b Mrs J. L. Gilbert. 

Ayers Elizabeth VV. Mrs, h High, n North. 

B 

*Babbitt Hiram, mechanic, h VV Ctr. 

Babine Louise, emp Otis Co, b 38 Otis av. 

*Babcock Barnard C, farmer, h Palmer rd, n four corners. 

George, farm hand, b W. V. Howard. 
*Bachand Frank, emp Gilbert Co, h William. 
Bacon Azilda, dressmaker, b Louis do. 

Casimire, emp Otis Co, b Louis do. 

Freeman, h John L. Marsh. 

Louis, carpenter, h 4 Aspen. 

*Nelson F., carpenter and builder, h Storrs. 
Bacon Susan S. Mrs., nurse, h G3 South, c Clifford av. 
Bacon Walter E., operative, h Mrs Susan do. 
Bail Thomas, operative Otis Co, b Ki Otis av. 
*Bailey Myron C, carpenter, h Cottage. 

Thomas L., operative Otis Co, h Timothy do. 

*Timothy, machinist Otis Co, h Palmer rd. 
*Baker Edwin H., agt Otis Co, h South, opp Clifford av. 
Baldwin Catherine, h Mrs Johannah do. 

Johannah Mrs, h Webb ct. 

Louisa Mrs, emp W W Paper Co, h Mrs Louisa Spooner. 

Walter W., emp W W Paper Co, h Mrs Louisa Spooner. 

William D., farmer, h Mrs Louisa Spooner. 
*Ballard Charles E., foreman yard Gilbert Co, h South, n junc 
Chestnut. 

Eliza Mrs, (Jacob) aged 85, h Fred A. do. 

*Fred A., farmer, h Dist 6. 

*George E., Supt Ware Electric Co, h South, n junc 
Chestnut. 

Annie Mrs, (Charles E.) b Charles E. do. 
Ballington Charlotte, domestic, h Edwin H. Baker. 
Ballou Edward, fireman, h W W, Belchertown side. 

*Henry F., fireman WW paper mill, h Enfield rd, last 

Speocer's •; Beef, Iron and Wioe .". Is tlie Best 



Nobliy St yl es in Ha ts at Mark S l eriin' s, Wlansiflf i Hoose Bit 

56 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 

Ballou William, emp WW bleachery, b William do. 
Bangs Louisa W. Mrs, (Sylvester W.) h 7 Union. 
*Bannister William, spinner Otis Co, h High, n North. 
Bannock Elizabeth A., operative Otis Co, h Mrs Mary do. 
Bannock George E., cigars, tobacco, farm produce, etc, 
Pine, h Mrs Mary do. 

MagL^ie A., operative Otis Co, h Mrs Mary do. 

Mary Mrs, (Edward) h 144 East, Otis Co blk. 
*Barbeau Ernest, emp Otis Co, h Grey blk, Nenameseck sq. 

*Joseph Jr., operative Otis Co, h Maple av. 

Joseph Sr., operative Otis Co, h ()4 E Main, Otis Co. 

Mary P., clerk, b Joseph Sr. do. 
Barker Ida J., teacher, b 21 Pleasant. 
*Barlow David L., emp Spaulding's bakery, h 141 W Main. 

^Frederick, (P O Gilbertville) farmer, h Gilbertville 
Valley rd, n N Braintree rd. 

*Henry W., farmer, h Dist 4, north schoolhouse. 

*Ira, h Church. 

Maria A., h Ira do. 
Barnard Dominique, emp Gilbert Co, h Hugh Costello. 



^Barnard George M. C, D. D. S., demist. No. 7 

Hitchcock blk. Office hours 8 a. m. to 12.15 p. m., 
1.30 to 5 p. m. and 7 to 8 p. m. French spoken. 
Rms Hitchcock blk. 



*Barnes Arthur E., farmer, h J. Mellen do. 

*Byron D., h William W. do. 
^Barnes Elmer L., (Barnes & Packard) meat and pro- 
visions. Main, c North, h 27 Prospect. 
*Barnes Iimery A., bookkeeper Barnes & Packard, b Elmer 
L. do. 
Forrester A., keeper Rod and Gun club house, h Beaver 

Lake. 
*Franklin H., farmer, h old W Warren rd, Dist 2. 

O^'^V^eeTW" Spencer's'lJrug' {Store. 



Foil Lilies of Gents' Fumisliloi Goods at Mark Stieriin's. 

RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 87 



*Barnes Henry F., real estate, h W Main, c Jiarnes. 

*J. Mellen, (P O Belchcrtown) carpenter, h W W, above 
church. 

* Lafayette F., teamster, h Church, opp Otis av. 

Lucius, h 27 Prospect. 

*WilHam VV., h 153 VV Main. 

*VVillie W., h William VV do. 
*Barney Benjamin C, farmer, h Dist (I, north \V Ctr. 

*El\vyn VV., farmer, h Benjamin C. do. 

Ersting R., milk peddler, h Benjamin C. do. 

Julia M. Mrs, (Timothy VV.) h George H. Carter. 
Barr Sarah A., h L5 Pleasant. 
Barrett Bridget, weaver Gilbert Co, b Mary do. 

Katie, h John Brosnahan. 

Mary, h Webb ct. 

*Dr. William O., dentist, Main, h 8 Pleasant. 
*Barry Henry, operative. 

John, h off Water. 

Margaret, emp Gilbert Co, h John do. 

*Patrick J., h John do. 
Barsalou Alphonse, h Eddy. 

Bartlett Henry M., insurance, b Mansion House. 
Bassett Abbie Mrs, dressmaker, h 184 VV Main. 

*Alanson S., livery stable, W Main, h 184 VV Main. 

*Rev. Austin B., pastor East Congregational church, h 
47 Church. 

*Edgar H., carpenter, h South. 
^Bassett Francis L., watchmaker and jeweler, 56 Main, 

h Church, n Highland. 
*Bassett Henry, cabinet maker, h 1(5 Bank. 

*VVilliam A., carpenter, h Church, n Highland. 
*Baxter Daniel A., emp Gilbert Co, h 11) Gilbert ct. 

Hattie A., dressmaker, h Daniel do. 

Lillie, emp Gilbert Co, h Daniel do. 
Beach Homer, loom fixer Otis Co, h East, c Knox av. 
*Beaman B. Frank, painter, h South, below R R bridge. 

Martha Mrs, (Josiah) h South, below R R bridge. 
*Beauchemin Jean Baptiste, lab, h Vigeant. 

J. B. Jr., emp Gilbert Co, h J. B. Sr. do. 
*Beaudin John, lab, h Maple av. 

John Mrs, dressmaker, h John do. 

Family - Receipts - J'repared - at • Hpencer'si 



BUYYOUR TRUNKS ^-:-^ -:-. ^^^^ SherWlll'S. 

58 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 

*Beaudin Leandre, emp Otis Co, h John do. 

Lillie M., dressmaker, Maple av, h John do. 

*Merile, second hand Otis Co No 3 mill, h John do. 

*Myron, emp Otis Co, h John do. 
Beaulieu Moise, emp Gilbert Co, h William. 
Beauregard Alderic, emp Otis Co, h Aspen. 

Jean Baptiste, lab, h Aspen. 

Joseph, emp Otis Co, h Aspen. 

L. M., loom fixer, h Morse av. 
Beausoleil Elise, emp Otis Co, h 4 Vigeant. 

Louis, emp Otis Co, h West, Larose blk. 
Bedard Albert, farm hand, b Aleck Adams. 

Etienne, lab, h West, Larose blk. 
Beford Frank, carpenter, h Morse av. 

Nelson, carpenter, h Morse av. 
Beggs John, emp Gilbert Co, h Gilbert ct, off South. 
Begley Cornelius, section man, b Andrew Sullivan. 
Belanger Luc, emp Otis Co, h Cherry, Vigeant blk. 
Belding Nellie A. Mrs, h 33 High. 
Belisle Moise, carpenter, h 3 Vigeant. 
Bell Ellen J. Mrs, h 5 South. 

Joseph, emp Otis Co, h Clifford av. 

Mary, emp Gilbert Co, b Louis K. Carter. 
Bennett Catherine Mrs, h Mrs Mary Lane. 
*Benoit Willie, emp Otis Co, h Dale. 
Berard Joseph, teaming and jobbing, East, h do. 

*Joseph Jr., emp Joseph Berard wood yard, h East. 
*Berry Alfred, beamer Otis Co, h Maple av. 

Harry, second hand Otis Co, h Louis Melancon. 

*Napoleon, section foreman B & A R R, h Gilbert ct, 
n Monroe. 
Berthelette Jeremie, lab, h Remi do. 

Remi, emp Otis Co, h Vigeant, Renaud blk. 
Berthiaume Adelina, emp Otis Co, h Lactance do. 

Agnes, weaver Otis Co, b 111 Canal. 

Alphonsine, emp Otis Co, h Lactance do. 

Alphonsine, domestic, h T. Bousquet. 

Charles Mrs, h 21 Aspen. 

Clement, bill Canal. 

Diane, emp Otis Co, b 111 Canal. 

Elie, lab, h 111 Canal. 

ROOTS & HERBS, 100 Main St. 



MOTHERS WHO HAVK HOYS TO CLOTH K 
WILL DO W£LL TO CALL ON . . 



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Berthiaume l^lise, emp Gilbert Co, b Damasc Allaire. 

Exilda, emp Otis Co, h () Aspen. 

Lactance, emp Otis Co, h over 47 Main. 

Louis, h Main, n Church, over Miner's dru^^ store. 

Louis, h 34 Otis av. 

Napoleon, b 111 Canal. 

Valerie, b 111 Canal. 
Berube Arthur, beamer Oiis Co, h Rcnii do. 

Jean, beamer Otis Co, h Remi do. 

Mary, operative, h Remi do. 

Remi, h 142 East, Otis Co blk. 
Bif^onnesse Joseph, barber, Mansion House, h Aspen, n Dale. 
Bilinsky John, lab, h Water, Ho^an blk. 
Bilodeau Alexandre, emp Otis Co, h Francois do. 
*Billings Charles D., h East, c Knox av. 

*David P., h 30 Church. 

Harriet F., h Church, c Prospect. 

*Henry P., farmer, h 31 Church. 

Martha Mrs, (Silas) b Mrs Maria Blair. 
Birtz Elise, emp Otis Co, b Joseph do. 

Joseph, carpenter, h off Aspen. 

Rosalie, emp Otis Co, b Joseph do. 

Stanislas, emp Otis Co, h Morse av. 
*Blackmer Edmund F., moved to Hardwick. 
Blair Almira, b Lewis M do. 

Elbridge, farmer, h George A. Howard. 

*E. Orlando, farmer, h O T, n Enfield rd. 

*Lewis M., farmer, h Palmer rd. 

Maria Mrs, (Francis) h Palmer rd. 
Blake Edgar, clerk H. A. Smith & Co, h 22 Pleasant. 

*John, emp Domestic bakery, h 21 West. 
Blanchard Delia, emp Otis Co, b Narcisse Thibeaudeau. 

Frederick, emp Otis Co, h 1)3 Park. 
Blanchette Jean Baptiste, lab, h 3 Vigeant. 

Olivine, emp Otis Co, h Jean Baptiste do. 
BloodAbbie J. Mrs, (Frank) h 1 Brookside. 

*Charles E., special county commissioner, h 72 South. 

*BIood Fred C, (F. C. Blood & Co) druggist, 62 Main, 

yardmaster Otis Co, h South, n Union. 
*Bohmiller Carl, clerk H. O. Robinson, h Frank 1. do. 



100 Main Street, ^ SPENCER'S, # Bartoo's Bloct 



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60 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 



*Bohmiller Frank I., farmer, h Gilbertville Valley rd. 
Boisseau Frederick, clerk C. Hitchcock & Co, h Parker. 
Boisvert Toussaint, h basement 154 W Main. 
Bolduc Francois, woodchopper, h West, Larose blk. 
Bolton Charles, lab, h 7 South. 

Mary, emp Otis Co, h 7 South. 
^Bombard Felix, livery and sale stable, r Mansion House, 

h Parker. 
*Bond Arthur L., clerk A. Bryson, h Mrs Emma F. do. 

*Benjamin, h 15 Bank. 

Ellen F. Mrs, (Sylvester B.) h Joseph A. Cummings. 

Emma F. Mrs, (Amos D.) h 42 Church. 

*Horace (aged 87) b Hollis Turner. 

^Bonin Joseph A. N., (Bonin & Deslauriers) groceries, 

dry goods, etc. Main, h lo Pleasant. 
Bonin L. N., shoe and harness maker, 54 Main, h West, 
Crow blk, up stairs. 

Louis, emp Stevens Co, h Aspen, n c Vigeant. 

Marie, h J. Odilon Deslauriers. 

Rosalie Mrs, (Joseph) h J. Odilon Deslauriers. 
*Bonney S. William, farmer, h W Ctr, c Enfield rd. 
Bonoyer Altone, emp Otis Co, h Luc do. 

Emma, emp Otis Co, h Luc do. 

Luc, lab, h IS Vigeant. 
Bouchard Alphonse, emp Otis Co, h Parker. 

Cleophase, h 37 Otis av. 

Elie, lab, h 118 Canal. 
Boucher Clara, emp Otis Co, h Mrs Sophie do. 

*David, teamster, h 2 Maple. 

*Joseph, emp Ware Lumber Co, h David do. 

Sophie Mrs, h Main, n Church, over Miner's drug store.- 
Boulet Adelia, b 20 Stevens blk, South. 

Fortuna, h Main, n Mansion House. 
*Bourdeau Auguste, hairdresser, b Joseph do. 

*Henri, hairdresser, Main, h Dale. 

Joseph, emp Otis Co, h 2o Otis av. 

Lea, emp Otis Co, h Joseph do. 

Paul, emp Gilbert Co, h 12 Monroe. 
Bourgeault Clara, emp Otis Co, b Pierre Houle. 

Eugene, chopper, b Pierre Houle. 



Choice Perfumes at Spencer's. 



ALWAYS AT THE TOP, 



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RESIDENCE DIRtCTOfW. 61 



Bourgeault Joscpli, cnip cloth room ( )tis Co, h Xortli, oj)p 

All Saints church. 
Hourre Adislas, h Joseph do. 

Joseph Jr., emp cloth room Otis Co, h Joseph do. 
Bousquet Amedee, carpenter, h IT) Vi^eant. 

Casimir, emp packing room Otis Co, h .')ll North. 

Celanire Mrs, (Toussaint) h 25 Otis av. 

Elzear, carpenter, h Mrs Celanire do. 

* Frank, baker, h Parker. 

Henri, emp Otis Co, h IS Vigeant. 

Joseph, lab, h 29 Stevens blk. South. 

Levi, farm hand, b B. F. Davis Jr. 

Levi, emp Otis Co, h 9 Vigeant. 

*Louis, emp cloth room Otis Co, h oil North. 

Omer, lab, h Morse av. 

Paul, emp Otis Co, h off Water, Shea blk. 

*F. T., baker, <S Aspen, h (i do. 
Boutier Joseph, emp Otis Co, h Morse av. 
Bouvier Antoine, carpenter, h 22 Aspen. 

Francis, loom fixer Gilbert Co, h Aspen, c Vigeant. 

Gardien, carpenter, h () Aspen. 

Xavier, shoemaker. Main, h Aspen, c Vigeant. 
Bowdoin Emily H., h Jabez E. do. 

*Jabez E., farmer, h Palmer rd, four corners. 
*Bowen Sylvanus H., overseer spinning Otis Co, h 107 Park. 
Boyce Bridget, domestic, h Lewis N. Gilbert. 
*Boyd Patrick J., bleacher Otis Co, h Water, n Nenameseck sq. 
*Boyle Rev James, rector All Saints Catholic church, h 
18 Bank. 

*John C, carpenter, h o8 Water. 

Joseph Mrs, h Mrs Mary do. 

Mary Mrs, (Christopher) h William. 
*Brackett J. Monroe, lab, h W Ctr. 
Bradbury Hattie, operative, b Jerome Chesley. 
Bradley Mary E., emp Otis Co, h Patrick do. 

Nora E., weaver Stevens Co, h Patrick do. 

*Patrick, emp cloth room Otis Co, h 26 Otis av. 

William, emp finishing room Gilbert Co, h Patrick do. 
Bradshaw Dora, operative, b Edward A. Aldrich. 

Rubie, operative, b l^Ldward A. Aldrich. 
Bragg Philena, domestic, h Frederick W. P'arrar. 

Finest Coictionery - SPENCElS - Finest Confectioneri. 



The Fioest Store in To^n, ■ • Mi Sler^in's. 

62 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 

Brainard Eleanor L. Mrs, (Edwin L.) h 14 Church. 
Brakenridge Sarah A., h Dist 7, n Greenwich rd. 
Brannan James, weaver Otis Co, h Pine. 
*Brannigan John, dresser Stevens Co, h 11 Maple. 
Breault Gilbert, emp Otis Co, b Mrs Richard Dansereau. 
*Breckenridge Asa, farmer, h Old Gilbertville rd, n four corners. 

Deborah C, (Joseph C.) h Greenwich rd, beyond 
Snow's mill. 

Elijah Perry, (aged 81) h William L. do. 

*James W., farmer, h Dist 9, northwest Snow's mill. 

Julia A., teacher, h William L. do. 

Mary C, teacher physical culture, h Mrs Deborah C. do. 

Minnie E., h William L. do. 

*W. Lowell, machinist and wheelwright, h W Ctr. 
*Breen Alexander, express, furniture moving, etc, h 

4 Parker. 
Breen Mary A., emp Gilbert Co, h Thomas C. do. 

* Patrick, mason, h Timothy do. 

*Thomas C, h foot William. 

*Thomas Jr., bartender W. J. Volk, h Thomas C. do. 

*Timothy, mason, h Morse av. 
Bridge Lucius L., architect H. P. Cummings & Co, b 

22 Pleasant. 
Briere Ferdinand, lab, h off Aspen 

Toussaint, lab, h off Aspen. 
Briggs Frank, emp Otis Co, b 105 Park. 
Bristol Charles W., machinist, h Mrs Ida L. do. 

Ida L. Mrs, h Palmer rd. 
Brock Mary E., h James E. Clark. 
*Broderick Cornelius, card grinder, h Clifford av. 
Brodeur Carl, emp Gilbert Co, h Charles do. 

Charles, boss spinner Gilbert Co, h Pleasant, n North. 

Elmer, spinner Gilbert Co, h Charles do. 
Brooks Samuel G., emp Otis Co, b Young Marland. 

Sarah A. Mrs, h Palmer rd, r Young Marland. 
Brosnahan Catherine Mrs, (John) h Calvin P. Morse. 

Catherine J., emp Otis Co, h Thomas do. 
^Brosnahan John T., (J. Keefe & Co,) grocer and 
furnishing undertaker, 24 South, h do. 

Maggie, emp Otis Co, b Owen McManus. 

Nellie, emp Otis Co, b Owen McManus, 

r3ru2;*^i8t ■ Sundries - at - Spencer's. 



Tlie Best-- '-■^"^^'^ ■'^™'''^ '^ ™^^^- -Ml Slierwin's. 

RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 63 



*Brosnahan Thomas, hostler F. Gilmore, h Pleasant, Clark blk. 
* Brown Benjamin, supt Stevens Co, h Chestnut, n Maple. 

]5ridget Mrs, (Daniel) h 15 Maple. 

Catlierine, weaver, h Mrs Bridget do. 

*Charles W., spmner Otis Co, h off Water, lUickley blk. 

*Clarence, lab, h James N. do. 

Daniel, emp Gilbert Co, h Mrs Bridget do. 

Edward, engineer, h W W, Belchertown side. 

Frederick, farmer, h James N. do. 

*George, h Clinton. 

*Georg6, trimmer Otis Co, h Clifford av. 

Hattie, milliner, h Dr George F. A. Spencer. 

*Hiram L., emp F. P. Clark, b Wheeler B. Parker. 

James, carpenter Otis Co, h High, n North. 

*James, emp Gilbert Co, h 23 West. 
X *James Jr., h 23 West. 

* James N., farmer, h W Ctr. 

Mary, h 23 West. 

^Brown M. Francis, blacksmith and carriage manuf, 

North, h High. 
*Brown Michael, emp Otis Co, h 23 West. 

M. Jennie, dressmaker, 32 Bank, h do. 

^Patrick, emp Otis Co, h 23 West. 

*Watson F., blacksmith, h 32 Bank. 

William, second hand Otis Co, b Nelson Beford. 

*William H., spinner, h Mrs Bridget do. 
Brunelle Adolphe, emp Otis Co, h High, n North. 

Alphonse L., clerk H. W. Cleveland, h 13 Cottage. 

Alphonsine, emp Otis Co, h Philippe do. 

Celestin, lab, h 2 Vigeant blk, Cherry. 

Desire, emp Otis Co, h r 33 Water. 

*Frank, baker, h Aspen. 

Israel, emp Otis Co, h Morse av. 

Joseph, emp Otis Co, h 38 Otis av. 

Louis, emp dye house Otis Co, h Water, Keefe blk. 

Noe, h Monroe, c South. 

Philippe, pedlar, h S Dale. 

Stanislas, emp Otis Co, h North, opp Vigeant. 

Zephirine, table girl Mansion House, b do. 
Bryer Lura J., teacher, h Jeremy Moore. 

NEAREST DRUG STORE •.• .-. .-. QDUMr'UP'Q 

.-. .-. .-. TO POSTOFFICE ~ DlLrluDll Oi 



^HE LOWEST PRICES pOR QLOTHING. JJjj]^ ShCrWill'S, 

64 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 



^Bryson Andrew, dry and fancy goods, Main, h W Main. 
Buckley James A., contractor and builder, Brookside, 

h do. 
*Buckley James, lab, h W Main, near bridge. 

Margaret L., emp Otis Co, h Mrs Mary do. 

Mary Mrs, h 58 E Main, Otis blk. 

Mary A., emp Otis Co, h Mrs Mary do. 

*Michael W., town assessor, h West, c Vernon. 
Bucknam Wilton F., engineer B & M R R, h Chestnut, c Union. 
*Buckvvheat David, lab, h 3 Pleasant. 
*Buffington Charles O., farmer, h Dwight do. 

*Dwight, farmer, h W Ctr. 

Elizzie F., teacher, h Dwight do. 

*Jesse M., dealer in hides and tallow. West, h 145 W. Main. 

Ozias B., farmer, h Dist U, n W Ctr. 
BuUard Nellie J., h Willard E. do. 
^Bullard Willard E., meat and provisions, Hampshire 

House blk, h Church, opp Cottage. 
Burge George, farm hand, h W Brookfield rd, n town line. 
Burke Ann Mrs, h John Fitzgerald. 

Annie E., emp Gilbert Co, h Thomas do. 

Mary E., h Thomas do. 

Mary E., domestic, h Henry K. Hyde. 

*Thomas, asst supt waterworks, h W Main, n Barnes. 
Burley Mary Mrs, (John) h Jeremy Moore. 
Burns Lewis, h Water, Lambert blk. 

*rimothy W., second hand card room Otis Co., h Pleasant, 
McArdle blk. 
Barrage H. Mrs, h Francis A. Crowley. 
*Bushnell Edward, knitter Otis Co, h Morse av. 
Byrns Elizabeth A., h James A. do. 
*Byrns James A., baker, 52 West, h 50 West. 
*Byrns Jeremiah C, (Byrns & Crowley) clothing and fur- 
nishings, Main, b James A. do. 



CahiU Celina Mrs, (Thomas) h 59 E Main, Otis Co blk. 
Mary J., h Mrs Celina do. 
*Michael F., mule spinner Otis Co, h 51) E Main, Otis Co blk. 

Fair = Prices = At = Spencer's. 



ALL STYLES OF CHILDREN'S CLOTHING AT Mi Stierwill'S. 

RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 65 



Calder William, baker Mrs K. 1^. Spauklin^S b do. 
Calhoun Nellie M. Mrs, emp Otis Co, h « Park av. 
Cameron John, emp Stevens Co, h Chestnut, c Maple. 
Campbell A. Agnes, h George P. do. 

*Iulvvard A., janitor schools, h Michael Donnelly. 

*George P., blacksmith and wheelwright. North, h 
74 North. 

Grace, h John do. 

Helene, emp Otis Co, b Moise do. 

Herbert, emp Spaulding bakery, rms Malcolm M. do. 

James, weaver Otis Co, h John H. do. 

*John, farmer, h Dist 7, northwest school house. 

*John H., weaver Otis Co, h 7 Grove. 

*John Jr., weaver Otis Co, h John H do. 

Josephine, emp Otis Co, b Moise do. 
^Campbell rialcolm M., carriage painter and trimmer, 

p:ddy, h 21 P:ddy. 
Campbell Marion A., teacher, h Malcolm M. do. 

Moise, emp Otis Co, h Aspen. 
Canavan Lucy (K. & L. Canavan) millinery, fancy goods and 
notions, Main, h William J. do. 

* William J., cigars and confectionery, h W Main, opp 
Barnes. 
Canterbury Elizabeth, h Renselaer C. Snow. 
^Capron Reuben E., publisher Ware River News, office 

Hitchcock blk, h 1611 W Main. 
Cardinal Philomene, dressmaker, h Joseph Dansereau. 

Valerie, dressmaker, h Joseph Dansereau. 
Carney Hannah Mrs, h ()8 E Main, Otis Co blk. 

Margaret, emp Otis Co, h Mrs Hannah do. 

*Thomas, emp Stevens Co, h Webb ct. 
Caron Adeline, emp Otis Co, h P'elix do. 

Alphonse, loom fixer Gilbert Co, h Clement do. 

Caroline, h 125 Canal. 

Clement, h Vigeant, Renaud blk. 

Clement Jr., emp Gilbert Co, h Clement do. 

Dorimene, emp Otis Co, h Clement do. 

Felix, emp Otis Co, h li) Otis av. 

Henry G., iron moulder, b IG Otis av. 

Hermine, dressmaker, 19 Otis av, h Felix do, 
*Carrick Warner C, tinsmith Marsh Bros, h Walnut. 

Spencer's ; Emulsion ; Cod ; Liver ; Oil ; 50c ; a Bottle. 



All Goods Warranted as Represented at Mark Sherwln's. 

66 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 



Carroll Anna, dressmaker, 62 Pleasant, h Mrs Bridget do. 

Bridget Mrs, (John) h 62 Pleasant. 

David, beamer, b Archibald P'reeburn. 

Jennie M., dressmaker, h Mrs Bridget do. 

Josephine E. Mrs, (Luther P.) h Barnes, foot Eddy. 

Lena, milliner, h Mrs Bridget do. 
*Carter Erank W., clerk E. P. Clark & Co, h Church, n 
Highland. 

*George H., farmer, h Enfield rd. 

Louis K., second hand spinning room Otis Co, h W Main, 
n Clinton. 
^Caryl Henry O., (Caryl Bros) bottler, Bank, Music 
Hall blk, deputy sheriff, h 1> Union. 

Sarah, emp Otis Co, b Mrs Eliza A. Converse. 
Casavan Adjuteur, baker Joseph Chenette, h 18 Vigeant. 
Casey Johannah Mrs, domestic, h Archibald B. Baton. 
Catlin Richard, carpenter, b John A. Gould. 
*Cavanaugh Thomas W., emp Central R R, b Mathevv Meany. 
Cayer Rev P. N., pastor P^rench Congregational church, rms 

Mrs. Lathrop, 75 North. 
Cebula Joseph, emp Otis Co, h 10 Otis av. 
Chabotte Adolphe, emp Otis Co, h 21 Aspen. 

Christine, emp Otis Co, b Moise Belisle. 

Delia, operative, h Octave do. 

Erank, lab, h Morse av. 

Josephine, operative, h Octave do. 

Mary, h Joseph Duhamel. 

Mathilde, emp Otis Co, b Moise Belisle. 

Octave, emp weaving room Otis Co, h Church, n M E 
church. 

Solime, emp Otis Co, h Pleasant, c North. 
Chaffee John Mrs, h 18 Pleasant. 
*Chagnon Alphonse J., meat and provisions. North, h Mrs. 

Hannah M. Richards. 
Chagnon Clearinda, dressmaker, North, opp All Saints church, 
h North, n Highland. 

Joseph, meat and provisions. North, h North, n Cottage. 

Joseph, emp Otis Co, h West. 
Chambers John, weaver Gilbert Co, h William. 
Chapin fliss A. M., millinery parlors. No. 8 Hitchcock 
blk. Main, rms do. 

ToiivKx - soAE^s - AT SpGiicer's. 



Quality on top, Prices on the Bottom at Mark Sherwin's. 



RESIDENCE DIRECIORY. 67 



Chaput Pierre, lab, h 1(5 .\spen. 

*Charbonncaii Louis S., confectionery, tobacco, cigars, h 
20 Vigeant. 

Mrs, emp Otis Co, h Water, Sullivan blk. 

William, contracting; carpenter, h North, r hose house. 
Charland Narcisse, lab, h Vi^^eant, Renaud blk. 

Philomene, b Joseph Rousseau. 

Samuel Mrs, h Vigeant. 
*Charpentier Arthur, emp Otis Co, h Maple c Maple av. 

Azarie, lab, h Morse av. 

Jean Baptiste, emp Otis Co, h Aspen, n c Vigeant. 

Jerry, h Maple. 

Joseph, loom fixer Gilbert Co, h o\) North. 
Charron Adeline, emp Otis Co, h Church, opp Otis av. 

Ambroise, carpenter, h Walnut. 

Arzelie, emp Otis Cv), h Church, opp Otis av. 
*Cheever D. Waldo, carpenter Gilbert Co, h 182 W Main. 

Jennie L., b ol Church. 

* Perry, farmer, h Belchertown South rd, n North rd. 

Rose P., dressmaker, 23 Bank, h do. 
*Chenette Joseph, baker, h 18 Vigeant. 

*Chesley Jerome, second hand Otis Co, h Chestnut, opp P^lm. 
Chicoine Alphonse, emp Stevens Co, li Grey blk, Nename- 
seck sq. 

Denis, emp Otis Co, h West. 

Emma, emp Otis Co, h Pierre do. 

Joseph, emp Otis Co, h West. 

Lambert, emp Otis Co, h 4 Vigeant. 

Mary D., emp Otis Co, b 55 E Main. 

Mathilda Mrs, prop R R bakery. Maple av, h do. 

Pierre, emp Otis Co, h 55 V. Main. 
Chilson Elizabeth C Mrs, (Helim) h 31) Bank. 
Choquette Henri, clerk J. F. Robinson, h Grey blk, Nename- 
seck sq. 

J., emp Otis Co, b Theophile do. 

Joseph, teamster George C. Wesson, b George C. Wesson. 

Joseph, emp R. C. Snow, h 71) North. 

Lilla, clerk P. J. Downey, h John Provost. 

Theophile, emp Otis Co, b !(> Otis av. 

Theophile, lab, h Parker. 
Choiniere Hector, emp Otis Co, h Job do. 



l!!?pencer's Drug Store, 



NEXT DOOR TO CLARK & lO. 



THE -; FINEST MADE PANTS AT ;- M ^km\ 

68 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 

Choiniere Job, farmer, h 44 North. 
Clark Ann Mrs, (George) h 44 South. 

*Charles F., b Ozias B. Owen. 
*Clark Frank P., (F. p. Clark & Co) furniture, pianos, 

organs, etc, 104 Main, h Church, n Highland. 
*Clark Henry M., clothing and furnishings, 12 Main, h 

26 North. 
*James E., paymaster Otis Co, h North, c Cottage. 

*James M., janitor All Saints Catholic church, h 76 E 
Main, Otis Co blk. 

*John W., overseer cloth room Otis Co, h 24 North. 

John W., machinist Otis Co, h 23 Prospect. 

Katie, h Thomas F. do. 

Mary E, emp Otis Co, h Thomas F. d(j. 

*Thomas F. Sr, h 24 North. 
Cleary Ann Mrs, h Grey blk, Nenameseck sq. 

Bridget, emp Otis Co. h Grey blk, Nenameseck sq. 
*Clements Charles Edward, lab, h 42 South. 

*Charles H., painter, h Charles Edward do. 

Etta, h Wheeler B. Parker. 
^Cleveland Henry W., (People's Grocery Store) Main, 

c Bank, rms Mrs R. Hinckley. 
^Clifford Daniel E., (Clifford & Nolan) meat and pro- 
visions. South, c Water, h 146 W Main. 
*Clifford Richard, lab, h Eddy. 

Viola, h Richard do. 

William, emp Otis Co, h Richard do. 

*William, carpenter, h Clifford av. 
Clough Almira Mrs, (John) h J. Monroe Bracken. 
Cloutier Adolphe, lab, h Joseph Phaneuf 

Eusebe, lab, h West. 

Henri, h Parker, Storrs blk. 

Ludger, carpenter, h Maple. 

Philomene Mrs, (Frank) h Maple. 

Regina, emp Otis Co, h Eusebe do. 

Sophie, h Albani Senecal. 
*Coan Fred W., machinist Otis Co, h High, c Spring, 
*Coderre Alexandre, loom fixer Otis Co, h Otis av, c Park. 

*Coe Stedman W., (Coe & Naylor) grocer, rms No 5 
Hitchcock blk. 



^pePiGep's, - 108 - Maii^ - -Sfepeei 



Unrl Ohnruiin POPULAR ONE PRICK CLOTHIER,-^ 

IVlulli OlIulWIII, — :— MANSION HOUSE BLOCK. 

RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 69 

Coey William N., bootmaker George luldy, h Dist !>, ii W Ctr. 
*ColTey John F., emp cardroom Otis Co, b Charles W. Brown. 

*Michael, emp dye house Otis Co, b Charles W. Ikovvn. 
Cohn Isidore, clothing, b Mansion House. 
Colburn Philmore, livery and boarding stable, North, h do. 
Comtoes Theophile, b 120 Canal. 
Coleman Annie G., h Wallace C. Sheldon. 
Collette Joseph, emp Gilbert Co, h 27 Aspen. 
Collins Ann, h Daniel do. 

Bridget, h Daniel do. 

Catherine, h Daniel do. 
, Daniel, lab, h 24 Water. 

Maggie, domestic, h F. N. Hosmer. 

Mary T. Mrs, (Timothy R.) h 25 North. 

Minerva, h Elm, n Chestnut. 

Nellie A., dressmaker, Main, h Mrs MaryT. do. 

Patrick, lab, b Daniel do. 

Roxana A., (M. & R. Collins) millinery and fancy goods. 
Main, h Mrs Mary T. do. 
Colomb Louis, emp Gilbert Co, h William. 
Comeau Elzeard, weaver, h Paul do. 

Paul, lab, h 27 Otis av. 
Coney Abigail M. Mrs, (Nathan) aged 87, h Gilbertville Hill 
rd, 2d from reservoir. 

* Albert N., (Hathaway & Coney) wood dealer. Pleasant, 
h 72 North. 

Clara M., teacher, h William F. do. 

*George H., h Church, n Cottage. 



^Coney Hubert M., attorney and counsellor-at-law ; 
pension claim agent; probate business and general 
practise. No. 11 Hitchcock blk, h 11 Church. 



Coney Lilla J., clerk A. Bryson, h Albert N. do. 
Sophronia Mrs, (John) h Church, n Cottage. 
*William F., wood, lumber, etc. Church, n Highland, h do. 

PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS pREPARED AT Qnpnppr'o 



ALL KINDS o^^ UMBRELLAS at M Slierwio's. 

70 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 

*Conley Thomas H., overseer hosiery dept Otis Co, h Clinton. 
Conlon Annie M., weaver, h () Maple. 
Connell Annie, emp Otis Co, b 12 Otis av. 

*Henry, baggage master B & A and B & M R Rs, h East. 

*John T., spinner Gilbert Co, h Webb ct. 

Mamie, h Patrick H. do. 

*Patrick H., mule spinner Otis Co, h 10 Pine. 
*Connelly John J., finisher, h W VV, n paper mill. 
Connor Nellie, weaver Otis Co, b 12 Otis av. 
Connors John, second hand Gilbert Co, b Mrs Harriet H. 

Wilcox. 
Contant Aglaee, emp Stevens Co, h Mrs Edward do. 

Charles, baker, h Mrs Edward do. 

Edward Mrs, h Vigeant. 
Converse Eliza A. Mrs, boarding house, W Main, h do. 

*Horace G., farmer, h Gilbertville Hill rd, 2d house from 
reservoir. 

*Sanford L., farmer, h Enfield rd, head Beaver lake. 
Conway Helen T., h Martin do. 

*Martin, farmer, h Dist 3, off Belchertown South rd, 
above B T. 

Mary C, h Martin do. 

Michael, teamster, b 14 Otis av. 
*Cook Charles C, clerk John F. Robinson, h 9 Prospect. 
Cooper Augusta Mrs, (Almond) h East. 
Corbeil Maxime, emp Otis Co, h Vigeant, c North. 
Corbett Augustus, carpet layer, h 8 Cottage. 

Hannah Mrs, (Andrew) h 8 Cottage. 
*Corbit Thomas, wool sorter Stevens Co, h Eddy. 
Corkery John F., emp Otis Co, h Matthew J. do. 

Mary E., h Matthew J. do. 

*Matthew J., dresser Stevens Co, h 13 Maple. 
Corrigan Thomas, watchman Otis Co, h W Main, n bridge. 
*Corser Samuel A., h off Eddy, n foundry. 
Cosima Peter, emp Otis Co, h West, Larose blk. 
Costello Bridget, emp Otis Co, b Mrs Mary Bannock. 

*Hugh, h West. 

*Thomas, shoemaker, h off Water, Shea blk. 
Cote Athanase Mrs, emp Otis Co, h off Water, Shea blk. 

*Joseph, hairdresser. Main, h Eddy, n foundry. 

Joseph Sr., lab, h 27 Aspen. 

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Cote Octave, cnip Otis Co, b Joscpli do. 
Odina, lab, li West, Larosc blk. 
Simeon, h Vigeant, Renaud blk. 
Thomas, emp dye house Otis Co, h 117 Canal. 
Victoria, weaver Otis Co, b 131 Cherry. 
Victorinc, emp Otis Co, b 117 Canal. 
Coughlin Charles W., h Monroe, c South. 

Mary A. Mrs, (Robert) h Monroe, c South. 
Coutu George, lab, h 1() Aspen. 
Cowan Edward, tin peddler, h B. F. Davis Jr. 
*Cowee William N., foreman George Eddy, h W Main, j 

Thomas Burke. 
■*Cowles Julius, farmer, h W Ctr. 
•Craven James, h W Main. 

*John, brakeman B & M R R, h Palmer Sweeney. 
Mary A., emp Otis Co, rms Mary J Parks. 
Rose, emp Otis Co, h James do. 
Creed Dennis, baker, b Mrs E. B. Spaulding. 
Cregan James, h 85 Park. 

*J. Hugh, knitter Otis Co, h James do. 
*John, lab, h off Water. 
*John W., beamer Otis Co, h James do. 
Katie, knitter Otis Co, h James do. 
Mary, spinner Otis Co, h John do. 
Crew Esther, domestic, h Andrew Bryson. 
*Croney Francis A., bootmaker George Eddy, h Dist 9, 

n W Ctr. 
*Crosby Frank S., b Carrie Loomis. 
Crowe Patrick J. Mrs, h John Shanly. 
Crowell Emma E., teacher, h Joshua P. do. 

*Joshua P., h 18G W Main. 
*Crowley Andrew G., (Byrns & Crowley) clothing and furnish- 
ings, Main, h Mrs Margaret do. 
Daniel, farmer, h Belchertown North rd, n club house. 
Margaret Mrs, (Andrew) h 3i) South. 

*Michael, emp electric light station, h Mrs Margaret do. 
Timothy, lab, h Old Gilbertville rd, n Gilbcrtville. 
*Culhane James H., painter, h Pleasant, n North. 
*Michael J., painter, h James H. do. 
*Thomas F., painter, h James H. do. 
"*Cullity Martin, farmer, h Belchertown North rd. 

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*Cummings Augustus H., milk dealer, h North, n Highland. 

*Ebenezer W., farmer, h W Ctr. 

*Ed\vard D., farmer, h Highland, n Church. 
*CummingS Herbert P., (H. P. Cummings& Co) con- 
tractor and builder, West, h 12 Cottage. 
*Cummings John T., emp Ware Lumber Co, h Highland, 
n Church. 

*John W., h aa Church. 

*Jonah W., milk dealer, h W Ctr. 

*Joseph A., farmer, h Chestnut, junc South. 

*Joseph H., (Charleston, S. C.) h South, n junc Chestnut. 

J. Warren, milk dealer, h W Ctr. 

Martha, h J. Warren do. 

Mary E., clerk C. Hitchcock & Co, h Mrs Sarah M. do. 

Sarah M. Mrs, (Sim-on), h Prospect, c Spring. 

Theodosia, h f) Prospect. 

*William, farmer, h n W Ctr, Dist 1>. 

*William G., painter, h Prospect Hill farm, W Ctr rd. 
Cuniiinghan; Annie J., domestic, h J. H. Grenville Gilbert. 

Erank R., watchmaker F. L. Bassett, h High, opp 
school house. 
Curran Johannah, b John Dadey. 
*Cushman Julius A., h 25 West. 
*Cutler George B., h George K. do. 

*George K., h o3 Pleasant. 
Cyriaque Louis, h 20 Aspen. 

Louis Jr., emp Otis Co, h 22 Aspen. 

»^ D 

Dalaire Christine Mrs, h Parker. 
* Meno, emp (3tis Co, h Mrs Christine do. 

Daly Mary Mrs, (John) h ll) Grove. 

Molly, cook Mansion House, b do. 
Dandurand Louis, h Pleasant, c Parker. 

Maria, h Louis do. 
*Danihy Joseph, h Patrick do. 

Mary, h Patrick do. 

Nellie, emp Otis Co, h Patrick do. 

Nora, h Patrick do. 

* Patrick, watchman, h 58 Church. 



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Dansereau Adelaide, emp Otis Co, h Mrs Richard do. 

Albina, einp Otis Co, b 1 2S Cherry. 

Alexandre, carpenter, h (5 Aspen. 

*Alphonse, <^rocer, Main, h VVest. 

Delia Mrs, emp Otis Co,.b Louis Tracy. 

Diana, emp Otis Co, b T. J^ousquet. 

Ernest, lab, h Parker, n stable. 

Francois, h 128 Cherry. 

Joseph, weaver Gilbert Co, h off Water, Shea blk. 

Joseph M., h Isidore Lussier. 

Maxime, emp Otis Co, b Isidore Lussier. 

Richard Mrs, h 52 West. 

Ulric. lab, b 128 Cherry. 

Xavier, baker T. Bousquet, h (> Aspen. 

Zatique, emp dye house Otis Co, h o8 North. 
Darcy Bridget, h George Feehan. 
Daudelin Alfred, lab, h D Monroe. 
Davidson Elizabeth, emp Otis Co, h Watson F. Brown. 

Lizzie, emp Otis Co, b Mrs Eliza A. Converse. 
*Davis Adelbert E., supt Ware Gas Light Co, h ID Monroe. 
^Davis Andrew J., postmaster, Davis Agency, Sandford 

blk. Main, h Spring, n Prospect. 
*Davis B. P>ank, farmer, h South, below R R bridge. 

*B. P'rank Jr., teaming, h Palmer rd. 

Charles E., farm hand, h Dist 7, W school house. 

Cora M., h B. P>ank do. 

Edward J., fireman B & M R R, b Mrs Margaret McMahon. 

Helen A., bookkeeper Davis Agency, h Henry C. do. 



*Davis Henry C, attorney and counsellor-at law, office 
Sandford blk. Office hours II to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 p. m., 
h Elm. 



Davis Mary E., teacher, h B. Frank do. 

Davison Mary Mrs, h William Clifford. 

Day A. H. Mrs, teacher of dancing, h 11 Pleasant. 

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Day Samuel, sliipper Gilbert Co, h Clifford av. 

Day Prof. William O., music teacher, h 11 Pleasant. 

*Deady John, fireman Gilbert Co, h Cherry. 

*Michael. mason, b Mrs Mary H. Mulvany. 
Dean John E., second hand finishing room Otis Co, h r 

10 Eddy. 
Decelles Celina, weaver, h Mrs Delima do. 

Delima Mrs, h 32 Otis av. 

John, weaver, h Mrs Delima do. 
*Deery Edward, spinner Otis Co, h 1)2 Park. 

*Eugene, carpenter, h Owen do. 

*Owen, marble worker, h William. 
Delorme Joseph, emp Otis Co, h 124 Canal. 

Joseph Jr., emp Otis Co, h Joseph do. 
*Demond Herbert A., emp Caryl Bros., h Brookside. 

Jane C. Mrs, (Lorenzo) h Henry C. Davis. 

Louisa Miss, aged 90, b James N. Brown. 
^Dempsey Richard, stone mason and pipe layer, h 23 

Water, Grey blk, 
Demuth Adolphe, h 23 Stevens blk, South. 

Eleuthere, h 23 Stevens blk. South. 
Dennen Martha S. Mrs, h Herbert P. Cummings. 
Dennis Peter, coachman, h Maple av. 
Dery Hermas, emp Otis Co, h North, n Pleasant. 
Descoteaux Honore, emp Hathaway Bros, h 35 Otis av. 

Joseph, emp iron foundry, h 10 Water. 

Malvina, emp Otis Co, h Honore do. 

Onesime, emp Otis Co, h Honore do. 
Desforges Cleophas, emp Otis Co, h Aspen. 

John, teamster, h Pine. 

Mrs, h William Charbonneau. 
Desjardins Celina, emp Otis Co, h W Main. 

Honore, emp Otis Co, h 84 K Main, Otis Co blk. 

William, weaver Otis Co, h Honore do. 
*Deslauriers A. Mederic, hairdresser. Main, b Michel do. 

Antoine, aged 00, b 124 Canal. 

Antoine, emp J Dumas Jr., h Aspen. 

Antoine, emp Otis Co, h 31 Otis av. 
^Deslauriers J. Odilon, (Bonin & Deslauriers) gro- 
ceries, dry goods, etc. Main, h 158 W Main. 

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*Dcslauricrs Joseph, carpenter, li Vii;eant, Renaucl blk. 

Michel, h 27 North. 

Stanislas, cnip Otis Co, h 2(3 Aspen. 
Desniarais Alexandre V., b Joseph Pare. 

Annie, emp Otis Co, h 1 2o Canal. 

Joseph, emp Otis Co, h luldy, n foundry. 

Joseph Jr., emp Otis Co, h Joseph do. 
Desnault l^lise, operative, h 2 Maple. 
Destrenipes Alfred, emp Otis Co, b Charles Fortier. 
*Dexter Arthur J., clerk I. Jeffries, h Palmer rd. 

*John, machinist Otis Co, h Palmer rd. 

*Joscph C, photographer. Main, h Palmer rd. 
Dillon Maria Mrs, dressmaker, (> Storrs, h do. 

*Michael J., machinist Stevens Co, h () Storrs. 
Dion Alexandre, hairdresser, b Louis Messier. 

Joseph, emp Otis Co, h West, Larose blk. 
*Dixon William B., bookkeeper Otis Co, h ly>n W Main. 
Doane Clarissa Mrs, (John B) h Frank H. do. 

*Frank H., farmer, h Dist 1>, east W Ctr. 
Dolan Annetta, emp Gilbert Co, b Mrs Winnifred Rohan. 

*Hugh J., emp out of town. 
*Donaldson James, finisher Gilbert Co, h Yale, n Clifford av. 

*John, stonecutter, b James Donaldson. 
Donnelly Annie F., h Michael do. 

Annie T., emp Otis Co, b Patrick P'allon. 
^Donnelly John H., stoves, tinware, plumbing, steam and 

gas fitting, 8 North, h 148 W Main. 
Donnelly Michael, h 148 W Main. 
Dorion Annie Mrs, dressmaker, h 30 Eddy. 

Napoleon, carpenter, h oO Eddy. 
Douglass Annie, weaver, b James Irwin. 

Spencer H. Mrs, compositor News office, b Carrie Loomis. 
*Dowd John T., second hand weaving room Stevens Co, b John 

Kelley. 
*Downey P. J., dry goods, 52 Main, h '2>> Pleasant. 
Doying Rachel M. Mrs, h 184 W Main. 
Doyle Margaret P2., domestic, h Rev John T. Sheehan. 
Dragon Calixte, emp Otis Co, h Aspen, n c Vigeant. 
*Draper Henry O., h 3 Prospect. 

Driscoll Annie, (A. & J. Driscoll) millinery and fancy goods, 
86 Main, h Mrs. Mary do. 



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76 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 

*Driscoll Dennis, dresser tender Stevens Co, h Mrs Hannah 
M. Richards. 

Mary E., teacher, h Mrs Mary do. 

Mary Mrs, (Mathew) h Palmer rd. 
Dube Angehne, emp Otis Co, b Eugene Bourgeault. 

*EHe, blacksmith, h Gilbertville Valley rd, n R R. 

*John, lab, h Grey blk, Nenameseck sq. 
*Dubois Adelard, emp Otis Co, h 21 Aspen. 

*Albert, emp Stevens Co, h 2() Eddy. 

Alphonsine, emp Otis Co, b J. B. Beauchemin. 

Fred, weaver Otis Co, h Joseph do. 

Joseph, emp Otis Co, h 16 Otis av. 

*Joseph, lab, h off Water, Smith blk. 

Leon, emp Otis Co, b Albert do. 

Zenaide, emp Otis Co, b o5 Otis av. 
Dubuque Jennie, h IK) Canal. 

Ducharme Hormidas, emp dye house Otis Co, b 34 Otis av. 
Duchesneau Elodie, emp Otis Co, b Alphonse Dansereau. 

Olympe, emp Stevens Co, b Alphonse Dansereau. 
Duffault Joseph, emp Otis Co, h 27 Aspen. 

Joseph, emp Otis Co, h West. 
Dugan Bridget, weaver Otis Co, b Eugene Sullivan. 

Dominick, milk peddler, h W Ctr. 

*John, fireman Otis Co, h Church, opp Otis av. 
Duhamel Joseph, beamer Otis Co, h North, n High. 

Valeda, operative, b 55 E Main. 
Dumas Arthur, painter, h Joseph do. 

Edward, lab, b Joseph do. 

Fxilda, emp Otis Co, b Joseph do. 

Joseph Sr., carpenter, h 211 Aspen. 

*Dumas Joseph Jr., real estate, wood, Aspen, h do. 
Dumontette Ernest, butcher, h Morse av. 

Hormidas, emp cardroom Otis Co, h o() Bank. 
*Dunbar Elbridge S., emp Lewis N. Gilbert, h South, below 
R R bridge. 

*Harrison E., electrician, h Scth do. 

*James L., h Elbridge do. 

Mary E., milliner, h Mrs Susan do, 

Mrs Susan, (Daniel) h Dist 2, n G C. 

*Seth, h Palmer rd. 



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RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 77 



*Dunbar William C, farmer, h Palmer rd. 
Duncan Delia A., h Geor^^c E, Tucker. 

Margaret, h George K. Tucker. 
*Dunham George W., teller Ware Savings Bank, h 'V'\ High. 

Minnie F., domestic, h Fred C. IMood. 
^Dunham Washington S., stoves, ranges, plumbing, 

etc, 7 and 11 Bank, h HH High. 
*Dunnigan Alexander A., farmer, h Dist 7, west schoolhouse. 
Dunsmore Robert B., machinist Gilbert Co, b 12 Bank. 
Dupont Louis N., groceries, boots, shoes, etc, li^ Pleasant, h do. 
Dupre Alphonse, emp Otis Co, h 5 Vigeant blk, Cherry. 

Gedeon, emp Otis Co, h North, n schoolhouse. 
» Joseph, emp Gilbert Co, h Laurent Lemoine. 

Leon, emp dye house Otis Co, h North, n School. 

Louis, emp cardroom Otis Co, h High, n North. 

Philomene, h Leon do. 

Pierre, emp cardroom Otis Co, h Leon do. 

Regi, emp Otis Co, h 24 Aspen. 
Dupuis Anna B., emp Otis Co, h Moise do. 

Moise, h 1^2 Cherry, Otis Co blk. 
Duquette Alphonsine, emp Otis Co, h Michel do. 

Amedee, emp Stevens Co, h ol Stevens blk. South. 

Elphege, emp Otis Co, h oO Pleasant. 

Elphage, emp cloth room Otis Co, h n 27 North. 

Eugene, blacksmith, h North, n Pleasant. 

L. C, h Elphege do. 

Marie, emp Otis Co., h Michel do. 

Michel, lab, h West. 
Durand Joseph, h Aspen. 

Pierre, emp Railroad bakery, h 26 Aspen. 
Dusseau Angelina, emp Otis Co, b o() Otis av. 

George, lab, h Gedeon do. 

Gedeon, emp J. Dumas, Jr., h 24 Aspen. 

Louis, emp Otis Co, h Parker. 

Roch, painter Otis Co, h o() Otis av. 

Wilfred, h Gedeon do. 
*Dvvight Albert E., carpenter, emp out of town. 

Nelson, supply agt Otis Co, h 48 Church. 
*Dwyer Thomas, second hand dye house Otis Co, b 29 

Pleasant. 
Dyer Annie, emp Otis Co, h Frank do. 



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78 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 

Dyer Charles, farm hand, h Dist 4, off Enfield hill rd. 

Frank, h Pleasant, c North. 

Louis, lab, h Dist 9, east W Ctr. 
Dynes Annie Mrs, (George) h 13 Pine. 

*GeorCTe, weaver Otis Co, h Mrs Annie do. 



Eaton Clara, h Mrs Mary E. do. 

*Darius, mason, h Church, n Cottage. 

*Henry L., emp H. P. Cummings, h Darius do. 

Mary E. Mrs, (Franklin) h 16 Pleasant. 

Mary F., student, h Mrs Mary E. do. 
■^Eaton William C, civil engineer and surveyor, bank 

building, h Church. 
Eatough Nora Mrs, (James) h W Main, c Parker. 
*Eddy Charles W., job printer. Main, h 4 Eddy ct. 
*Eddy George, shoe mfr, Eddy, h 2 Eddy ct. 

Matie K., artist, h C. W. do. 

*Walter B., compositor, h Charles W. do. 
*Edmonds James, overseer wool room Stevens Co, h North, n 

School. 
Eggleston Henry, farm hand, h Asa Breckenridge. 
*Ellis Asahel G., farmer, h Dist 7, northwest schoolhouse. 
Emerson George, weaver, h 4 South. 

M. Carrie, stenographer Otis Co, h Nathan G. Reed. 

Thomas, clerk E. C. Fenn, h George do. 
Emond Joseph, carpenter, h Maple av. 
Empsall Alfred D., agt American Express Co, h Mrs Eaton, 

Pleasant. 
Estabrook Charles D., fireman Otis Co, b Mrs Addie Landers. 

*Warren E., fireman Otis Co, b Mrs Addie Landers. 
Ethier Omer, carpenter, h West. 
Etienne A. A., fl. D. V., veterinary surgeon, stable 

North, c Pleasant. Office Central blk, b 16 Otis av. 
*Ewart Charles, spinner, h South, n Monroe. 



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Fairbank Catherine K., h Henry L. do. 

Charles M., emp spinning room Otis Co, b Charles 
Goyctte. 

*Frcderick E., teller Ware National Bank, h Henry L. do. 

George A., carpenter, h George E. do. 

*George E., boss carpenter Gilbert Co, h Highland, c 
Church. 

*Henry L., carpenter, h 10 Pleasant. 

Lizzie M., dressmaker, h George E. do. 

*Luther M., carpenter, h 20 Cottage. 

*Rufus C, teaming and jobbing, h W Main, n bridge. 
Fallen Jennie, h Luke do. 

Luke, emp Gilbert Co, h Water. 

Marcella Mrs, h John Walsh. 
Fallon Catherine Mrs, (John) h 74 E Main, Otis Co blk. 

*Edward, emp Otis Co, h Mrs Catherine do. 

Katie, emp Otis Co, h Mrs Catherine do. 

Mary A., emp Otis Co, h Mrs Catherine do. 

*Patrick, h 52 Church. 

*Thomas, hairdresser, Nenameseck sq, h Patrick do. 
*Farrar Frederick W., coal dealer, 48 Main, h Church, 
n Walnut. 

Mary R., weaver Gilbert Co., h Mrs Rachel do. 

Rachel Mrs, h Dist 6. 
Fauteux Adeline Mrs, (Jeremie) h North, n 27. 
Fay John, loom fixer, h Michael do. 

Michael, h 20 Otis av. 

Sarah H., h Elgin R. Foster. 
*Fearigo Frank E., (Foote & Fearigo) blacksmith, r Mansion 

House, b Leander Foote. 
Feehan Anastasia, emp Otis Co, h George do. 

Anna, dressmaker, 10 Monroe, h Mrs Julia do. 

Elizabeth, operative, h George d©. 

*George, lab, h Church, opp M E church. 

*George Jr., mason, h George do. 

*James, mason, h George do. 

*James E., stone mason, h Philip do. 

*James H., carpenter Otis Co, h Mrs Julia do. 

Mimlm for Patent Meiliciiies, SPENCER'S, 100 Wain St. 



Boy Wen's and Boys' Shoes at MARK SHERWIN'S. 

80 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 

Feehan Julia Mrs (John) h 10 Monroe. 

Julia H., bookkeeper Otis Co, h Mrs Julia do. 

Margaret, bookkeeper Coe & Naylor, h Mrs Julia do. 

*Philip, stone mason, h Pleasant, Clark blk. 

William, lab, h Eddy, n foundry. 
Feeney Kate, b Daniel O'Riley. 
Fenn Anna A., cashier H. A. Smith & Co., h Mrs Augusta do. 

Augusta L. Mrs, (George) h Church, n M E church. 

^Fenn Elwin C, meat and provisions, 13 Church, h 

37 Church. 
Ferguson William, carpenter Otis Co, h 1() Grove. 
Ferrell George H., machine tender, h W W, n paper mill. 
Fewell William H., millwright W W Paper Co, b John J. Con- 
nelly. 
Field Elizabeth P. Mrs, (Theodore) h 15 Pleasant. 
*Finn Richard, lab, h 13 Pine. 
Firth Martha, emp Gilbert Co, h Bank. 
Fisher Annie M., domestic, h P'rank K. Southworth. 

*Henry E., chief engineer Otis Co, h 3G Church. 
*Fisherdick Francis, farmer, h W Ctr. 

*Henry N., freight agt B & A R R, b Samuel E. Sprague. 

*Horatio, broker, b Nelson F. Bacon. 

*Fisherdick Loranus A„, (ware ice Co) h 1I8 Pleasant. 

Maria, h Francis do. 
*Fitzgerald Cornelius, engineer Otis Co, b 14 Otis av. 

James, lab, h Gilbert ct, off South. 

Johanna, weaver Otis Co, b Mary A. Shea. 

*John, h 1 Vigeant blk. Cherry. 

*John, teamster, h William. 

John A., emp Otis Co, h Monroe. 

*John Jr., lab, h John do. 

Katie, b Michael E. Shay. 

Margaret Mrs, h Patrick Danihy. 

Maria T. Mrs, (Edward) h 8 Park av. 

*Maurice, chief of police, h Cherry. 

Nellie, weaver Otis Co, b Thomas Harrison. 

*Patrick, carpenter Gilbert Co, h Gilbert ct, off South. 

Patrick, h 1 Vigeant blk. Cherry. 

*Patrick Jr., carpenter, h Patrick do. 

*Thomas, janitor town hall, b Michael E. Shay. 

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*Fitzgerald William, bcamer Otis Co, h Mrs Nicholas do. 
Fitzpatrick Ann Mrs, h West, n Vernon. 

Charles J., emp Otis Co, h Mrs Ann do. 

*Ed\vard, emp roundhouse J^ & M R R, h Cherry. 

Elizabeth, h Mrs Ann do. 

Katie, b Joseph P. Snow. 

Katie, h Mrs Ann do. 

Mamie, bookkeeper M. L. Lane, b Joseph P. Snow. 

Mary, emp Otis Co, h Mrs Ann do. 

Michael, lab, h 52 Water. 

Thomas J., asst freight agl ]^ & M R R, h Edward do. 
Flaherty Ellen Mrs, (P O Bondville) h off Swift River rd, 
Dist a. 

Eugene, farmer, h Mrs Ellen do. 

Hannah, b Mrs Mary Daly. 

Katie, emp Boston Duck Co, h Mrs Ellen do. 

Mary A., weaver Otis Co, b Mrs Mary Daly. 
Flannagan Bridget, h John do. 

John, foreman finishing room Stevens Co, h 8 Maple. 
Fletcher Ada L., dressmaker, h Henry do. 

*George H., evangelist, out of town. 

H. Mrs, milliner and dressmaker. Main, h Parker, n 
Pleasant. 

*Henry, loom fixer Otis Co, h Parker, n Pleasant. 

*J. Henry, farmer, b Madora R. Howard. 
Fleurand Theophile, lab, h North, opp All Saints church. 
Flint Sarah W. Mrs, bookkeeper C. Hitchcock & Co, b 

Esther Fuller. 
Flynn Cornelius J., engineer, h W W, 2d south school house. 

John, fireman, h W W, Belchertown side. 
Foisy Pierre, lab, h Vigeant blk. Cherry. 
*Foley Cornelius, h Michael do. 

*Edward, h Maple. 

Jane M., emp Otis Co, h Timothy do. 

Johanna, weaver Otis Co, h Richard P^inn. 

Maggie, weaver Otis Co, h Timothy do. 

Margaret, emp Otis Co, h Edward do. 

Mary, emp Otis Co, h Edward do. 

*Michael, emp cloth room Otis Co, h North, c High. 

Nora, h Timothy do. 

Timothy, h 70 E Main, Otis Co blk. 

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82 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 

Follett Mary Mrs, (Oliver) h Harry M. Piatt. 
Fontaine Cyrille, emp Otis Co, h North, n school house, 
Dupre blk. 

Napoleon, emp cardroom Otis Co, h Church, opp Otis av. 
Foote Gedeon, (Foote & Fearigo) blacksmith, off Main, r 

Mansion House, h 40 North. 
Fortier Caroline Mrs, (Edmond) h Joseph B. Grise. 

Charles, emp Otis Co, h West, Larose blk. 

*Fred N., iron moulder, b Edward Bushnell. 
Foster Charles, h Gilbertville Valley rd. 

*Freeman S., (P O Palmer) farmer, h Bondville rd, 
Dist 3. 

Helen, h Freeman do. 

*Elgin R., sexton Aspen Grove cemetery, h Bank, opp 
French church. 
Fournier Cyrille, lab, h Water, Keefe blk. 

Frank, emp Otis Co, h Cyrille do. 
*Fox Frank G., clerk A. Bryson, h 147 W Main. 

John Mrs, weaver Otis Co, h Mrs Mary O'Connell. 
Franklin George, hairdresser, b 29 Pleasant. 
*Frappier Leandre R., tinsmith, moved to Indian Orchard. 
*Freeburn Archibald, machinist, h Clifford av. 

Thomas, clerk, h Gilbert ct. 

Thomas I., clek Gilbert Co, b William J. McCann. 
Fregeau Clement, lab, b Joseph L'Heureux do. 

Evariste, lab, b Joseph L'Heureux. 
Freeman Alice Mrs, boarding house, 59 Pleasant, h do. 

Cora, emp Stevens Co, h Mrs Philomene do. 

Edward, emp Otis Co, b John Whiting. 

Edward, h Monroe, c South. 

Mary, h Mrs Philomene do. 

Philomene Mrs, h o2 Stevens blk. South. 
Frerichs Gracie, domestic, h Mrs H. S. Hayden. 
Frink Maggie, domestic, h Harry M. Piatt. 
Frost Harvey B., clerk Coc & Naylor, h 183 W Main. 
Fuller Esther, h 1G5 W Main. 
*Furphay John, emp Otis Co, b Joseph Plante. 

Patrick, emp Otis Co, b Joseph Plante. 



Stationery at Spencer's, Main i6L 



NOBBY BOYS' SUITS AT MARK SHERWIN'S. 

RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 83 



*Gage Willard, coal weigher, h South. 

■*\V^illiam H., overseer finishing room Otis Co, h South. 
Gagnon Desire, teamster, h Morse av. 

Ferdinand, lab, house Desire. 

Nazaire, mason, h 4 Aspen. 

Nazaire Jr., emp Otis Co, b Nazaire do. 
Gallagher Margaret, emp Otis Co, h «S Storrs. 

Michael, h (S Storrs. 
Gallond Louisa V., book agent and novelty dealer, h 184 

W Main. 
Galvin John, emp Otis Co, b James Nelligan. 

Patrick, hostler, b 4 Maple. 
Gamache Aubin, lab, b Israel Rougeau. 
*Gamwell George M., watch and clock repairer, h W W, east 

R R crossing. 
Gaouette Arthur, teamster, h North, n Vigeant. 

*Evariste L., emp Otis Co. h North, n Cottage. 

Lucy Mrs, h North, n Vigeant. 
*Garoau Amable, second hand weaving room Otis Co, h 
88 Park. 

*Francis, emp Otis Co, h Vigeant. 
Qareau Louis F., contractor and builder, Gareau av, h do. 

Mrs, aged 10(), h Augustin Germain. 
Gates Deborah D. Mrs, (Simeon) h Rufus C. Fairbank. 

*Frank H. N., overseer Otis Co, h Park. 

Sarah Mrs, (Daniel) h Frank H. N. do. 

*Simeon, emp Otis Co, h W Main, opp Barnes. 
Gaudette Alderic, emp Otis Co, h Jean Baptiste do. 

*Alfred, boot and shoe maker. Main, b ri8 Otis av. 

Alma, emp Otis Co, h Amedee do. 

Amedee, emp Otis Co, h 29 Otis av. 

George, lab, h Vigeant, Renaud blk. 

Jean Baptiste, baker, h lo Vigeant. 
*Gault Emory E., farmer, h Dist 6, north W Ctr. 
Gaumond Alphonsine, dressmaker, h Louis do. 

Ernestine, emp Otis Co, h Louis do. 

Louis, h ?) Vigeant. ^ 

Malvina, emp Otis Co, b Francois L. Sauveur. 

Do - You - Trade ■ at - Spencer's? 



stylish Overcoats at Sherwin's. 

84 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 

Gauthier Theophilc, h 24 Aspen. 
Gavin Rachel, emp Otis Co, b 90 Park. 
Gelineau Antoine, lab, h Water, Hogan blk. 
Gendron Arzelie, emp Stevens Co, h 30 Pleasant. 
Herminie, emp Otis Co, h 30 Pleasant. 

Qendron J. A., M. D., physician and surgeon, North, c 

Pleasant, h do. 
Geoffrion Hypolite, lab, h Dale. 
Geoffroy Rev. L., curate church Our Lady of Mt Carmel, h 

School, n parochial school. 
George Sarah A., weaver, b George H. Milner. 
Germain Augustin, h Joseph do. 

Jean Baptiste, farmer, h Dist 7, east schoolhouse. 

Joseph, h 82 Main. 
Gerome Lewis, farmer, h Gilbertville Hill rd, n R R. 
Gervais Edouard, lab, h off Water. 

Olivier, lab, h 27 Stevens blk, South. 

Pierre, emp Otis Co, h 33 Otis av. 
Gesto Charles, lab, b Mrs Margaret McMahon. 
Giard Albert, emp Otis Co, h 21 Vigeant. 

Arthur, emp Otis Co, h 23 Aspen 

Arthur, clerk Spencer's drug store, h Vigeant, n North. 

*Damien, loom fixer Otis Co, h Vigeant. 

Delia, emp Otis Co, h Louis do. 

*Jean Baptiste, emp Otis Co, b Arthur do. 

* Joseph, emp Otis Co, h 15 Vigeant. 

Louis, h 23 Vigeant. 

*Napoleon, clerk Ware Clothing House, b Thomas 
Laboissiere. 
Gibbs Electa Mrs, (Lucas) h William H do. 

Martha Mrs, (John T.) h William W. Morse. 

*William H., farmer, h Dist 2, G C. 

William W., dairyman, h William H. do. 
Giguere Jean Baptiste, oiler Otis Co, h 8 Vigeant blk, Cherry. 
^Gilbert Adolphus li., (Utley & Gilbert) coal, hay and 
straw, West, c Water, and at coal yard, n depot, h West, 
c Water. 
*Gilbert Alfred L., teamster Utley & Gilbert, h 17() W Main. 

Almira Mrs, (John) h 34 Pleasant. 

*Charles N., upholsterer F. P. Clark & Co, h 35 Bank. 

ACCURACY AND PURITY, * the Molto at SPENCERl 



The - Best ■ FittiiiE - Wliite ■ Sliirt • at ■ M Sherwin's. 



RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 86 



^Gilbert Edward H., vice pres Gilbert Co, h Chestnut. 
Gilbert George H., h Louis do. 

Isabella B. Mrs, (Baxter) h iVr\ South. 

Jane L. Mrs (Henry D.) h 17:UV. Main. 
^Gilbert J. H. Qrenville, treas Gilbert Co., h Chestnut. 
Gilbert Kathryn S., h Mrs Jane L. do. 
^Gilbert Lewis N., pres Gilbert Co, h South, n June 

Chestnut. 
Gilbert Louis, soap mfr, North, h Barnes, n W Main. 
Gilbert Louis A., lab, h Louis do. 

Rachel W. Mrs, (Loring) h '2'.\ Prospect. 

Samuel A., printer Otis Co, h Mrs Jane L. do. 
*Gilmore Frederick D., treas Ware Savings Bank, town 

treas, notary public, h South, junc Ch'^stnut. 
*Gilmore Fred. F., prop Mansion House, Main, h do. 
*Gilmore G. Frank, livery and boarding stable, r Mansion 
House, h Church, c Park av. 

Hattie M. Mrs, (William D.) h Mansion House. 

Jennie L., h Mansion House. 

*William E., dyer Gilbert Co, h Pleasant, Clark blk. 
Gingras Cesarie, emp Otis Co, h Pierre do. 

Louis, farmer, h northeast c Dist 7. 

Malvina, operative, h 2 Maple. 

Pierre, lab, h 4 Vigeant. 
*Girard Aime, emp Otis Co, h Alex do. 

Alex, shoemaker, h North, n Cottage. 

Jesse, weaver Gilbert Co, h Octave do. 

Joseph, weaver Gilbert Co, h Octave do 

Octave, lab, h Webb ct, 
Girouard Alexandre, lab, h Francois do. 

Amanda, emp Otis Co, h Francois do. 

* Arthur, emp Otis Co, h Isidore do. 

Emma, emp Otis Co, h Francois do. 

Francois, lab, h 11 Vigeant. 

Isidore, h o Vigeant blk, Cherry. 

Marie, emp Otis Co, h Francois do. 

Pierre, lab, h 12G Cherry. 
Giroux Joseph, shoemaker, b 51' Pleasant. 
Gladding Charles P., clerk Mansion House, b do. 
*Glancy Patrick, milk dealer, house four corners, Dist 8. 

IS WARRANTED 

TO HELP YOU. 



Spencer's Wild Cherry Cough Syrup 



Yo^ Can Rent Fyll Dress Soits of MARK 8HERW1N, 

86 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 



Gleason Ellen, emp Otis Co, h John do. 

John, h W Main. 

John Jr., emp Otis Co, h John do. 

Mary, emp Otis Co, b 12 Otis av. 

Sarah, emp Otis Co, h John do. 

*Thomas C., harness maker, supt water works, G North, h 
27 Water. 
*Glines David B., broker, !(> Cottage, h do. 
Godfrey William F., (Hampshire Marble Co) b Samuel P. 

Rohan. 
Godin John, h 14 Otis av. 
Gofif Cynthia Mrs, (Olney) h Seth Dunbar. 
Golden Michael, farmer, h W W, east R R crossing. 
*Goodwin Herbert F., hack driver Mansion House, h Storrs. 
*Gorham Adrian T., sign and ornamental painter, 51) 1-2 

Pleasant, h do. 
Gorman Ellen, weaver Otis Co, b James Sheehy. 

Johanna, weaver Otis Co, b James Sheehy. 
*Gorniley Cornelius, h 10 Water. 

*Gormley Hugh, (Hugh Gormley& Co) meat and pro- 
visions, fish, oysters, fruit, etc, 10 Water, h do. 
Gormley Margaret J., dressmaker, h Cornelius do. 

Mary A., h Cornelius do. 

William, lab, h Cornelius do. 
Goudreau Sophie, h 20 Stevens blk, South. 
*Gould Charles F., farmer, h George do. 

Cornelia A., h W Ctr. 

*David, lab, h Palmer rd. 

Edwin C, clerk F. C. Blood & Co, h John B. do. 

Ellen M., h Mrs Sarah M. do. 

Emma L., teacher, h Mrs Sarah M do. 

Florence M., h George do. 

*George, farmer, h W Warren rd, June old rd. 

Harriet E. Mrs, (Sherman) h 28 Pleasant. 

Ida E., h John A. do. 

*James H., farmer, h Dist T), first south school house. 

*John A., foreman Otis Co, h 1)7 Otis Co blk. Pleasant. 

*John B., farmer and milk dealer, h W Ctr rd. 

Olga N., h David do. 

Sarah M. Mrs, (William O.) h 78 South. 

*Warner R., clerk J. F. Robinson, h Church, c Park av. 

Roots and Herbs at 100 Main !^t. 



It will m W to visit Mark Sherwin's, next door to P. 0. 

RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 87 



Goulct Alida, cmp Otis Co, h Mrs Joseph do. 

Andre, emp Otis Co, h West, Larosc blk. 

Charles, h Mrs Joseph do. 

Charles Mrs, h West. 

Kdouard, emp Otis Co, h Andre do. 

Emelie, emp Otis Co, h Mrs Charles do. 

Henri, emp Gilbert Co, h Mrs Joseph do. 

Isaac, emp Otis Co, b Joseph do. 

Joseph, lab, h Andre do. 

Joseph, emp Otis Co, h off Aspen. 

Joseph Mrs, h 13 Vigeant. 
Goyette Abraham L., hostler F. Bombard, h Parker, Storrs blk. 

Charles, hostler Felix Bombard, h Parker, Storrs blk. 
Grant Moriah D. Mrs, (John D.) h West, c Main. 
Gratton Ozias, oiler Otis Co, b 8G Park. 
Gravel Alphonse, emp Stevens Co, h 7 Vigeant. 

Alphonsine, emp Otis Co, h Alphonse do. 

Elodie, emp Otis Co, h Alphonse do. 

Joseph, lab, h 4 Aspen. 

Omer, lab, h off Aspen. 
Greeley John Mrs, weaver, b Mrs Catherine Keefe. 
Green Emetine Mrs, (George A.) h Francis D. Winslow. 

Fanny M. Mrs, (Schuyler) aged <sr), h Mrs Jane L. Gilbert. 

*John B., (J. B. Green & Son) stoves, tinware, etc. North, 
h W Main, n Barnes. 

* Milan, (J. B. Green & Son) stoves, tinware, etc. North, 
b Nelson F. Bacon. 
Greene Jane, h William do. 

Mary, weaver Stevens Co, h William do. 

William, carpenter, h Pine. 
Greenleaf Rhoda E., h Pleasant, c Aspen. 

Sarah M., h Pleasant, c Aspen. 
Greenwood James, emp Gilbert Co, h 5 Brookside. 
Gregoire Henry N., clerk Osgood's market, h Cottage, n Spring. 

Philomene, emp Otis Co, h Rene do. 

Rene, wood jobber, h 21 Vigeant. 

Sophie, emp Otis Co, h Rene do. 
Grendel Mary, emp Gilbert Co, h Sebastian do. 

*Sebastian, card grinder Otis Co, h foot Pleasant. 
Grenier Emilien, emp Otis Co, h Cherry, Vigeant blk. 

Louis, emp Otis Co, h Grove. 

Try Spencer's Porous Plasters. 



All pdes ot clay worsted Coals M Vests at Ml Sher^in's. 

88 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 

Grenier Thales, truckman Otis Co, h Cherry, Vigeant blk. 
*Qrey Patrick E., boots, shoes and rubbers, Grey blk, 

Nenameseck sq, c Water, h 50 Church. 
Griffin Daniel 1st, emp Otis Co, b 15 Otis av. 

*Daniel, farmer, h B T. 

Katie A., h Daniel do. 

Mary, emp Otis Co, b John Moore. 

Mary J., dressmaker, h Daniel do. 

*Michael F., farmer, h Daniel do, 

NelHe, h Daniel do. 
Griffiths Charles K., second hand Otis Co, h 101 Park. 

Fred. M.. h Charles K. do. 
Grise Joseph B , clerk Coe & Naylor, h Gilbertville Hill rd, 3d 

h from reservoir. 
Grout Mary J. Mrs, (Horace V. B.) h Mrs Abigail Coney. 
Guard Edouard, lab, h Richard N. Marshall. 
Guay Alphee, h East, 141 Otis Co blk. 

Josephine, operative, h Alphee do. 
Quertin Alfred, agt sewing machines. South, c Water, h do. 
*Guertin Francis, h Aspen. 

Helene, emp Otis Co, b Francis do. 

Isidore, shoemaker, Aspen, h do. 

Joseph, emp weaving room Otis Co, h Church, n M E 
church. 

Rosario, emp Byrns bakery, b Isidore do. 

Rosie, emp Otis Co, b Francis do. 



*GuiId E. H., n. D., physician, Guild blk, Main, h 14 
Pleasant. Office hours «S to 1> a. m., 2 to 4 and 7 to 
8 p. m. 



*Guild Virgil, h Pleasant, w Church. 
Guilderson Annie, emp Otis Co, h Mrs Mary do. 

Mary Mrs, boarding house, 14 Otis av, h do. 

Legoria, dressmaker, h Mrs Mary do. 
Gwinn Charles T., hostler, h r 15() W Main. 

Martha A. Mrs, h Charles T. do. 



Fine Box Papcu-s at 8pencer's. 



A Pyll L ine of Ctiildren's Suits cao lie loyod at Mark Slierwin's. 

RESIDENCE DIRECl ORY. 89 



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*Hack ICmcrson 1*^, teamster F. W. I^^arrar, b Mrs Jane L. 

Gilbert. 
Haggerty Mrs, h Patrick do. 

Patrick, farmer, h Osborne rd, Dist 7. 
Hale George W., photographer, b Mansion House. 
Haley Ann Mrs, (Patrick) h W Main, n Barnes. 

Annie, emp Gilbert Co, h Mrs Ann do. 

Cornelius, lab, h Gilbertville Valley rd, n R R. 

*Daniel, loom fixer, h Grove. 

George, baker, b Mrs E. B. Spaulding. 

*George, saloon, Water, h Main, c Parker. 

Johanna Mrs, (Daniel) h Michael Shay 1st. 

John, emp Gilbert Co, h Gilbert ct, off South. 

Mary E., emp Otis Co, h Mrs Ann do. 

Patrick W., butcher, h John do. 

Richard, emp Otis Co, h 44 Water. 

*Thomas E., clerk Hitchcock. & Co, h 2S Prospect. 
Halfpenny Thomas, weaver Otis Co, b James Skififington. 
*Hall Rev Charles M., pastor Methodist Episcopal church, 
h Church, n High. 

Elizabeth W. Mrs, (Charles) h Chestnut. 

Emma V., principal grammar school, h Church, c 
Prospect. 

*George G., clerk Otis Co, h 7 Union. 

Mira H., h Mrs Elizabeth W. do. 

Robert, weaver Otis Co, h 12 Park av. 

Samuel A., iron bridge builder, b Thomas F. Sherman. 

*William H., office Gilbert Co, h Chestnut. 

*William H. 2d, hostler Gilmore's stable, h 52 North. 
Hamelin Louis, emp Otis Co, h off Water. 

Hamilton Agnes E., dressmaker. Maple, c Morse av, h Mrs 
Margaret do. 

Jessie, h Joseph Bell. 

Margaret, operative, h Mrs Margaret do. 

Margaret Mrs, (Thomas) h Maple, c Morse av. 

Mary C, h Mrs Margaret do. 
• William G., clerk Otis Co, h 2i> High. 
*Hampton P^dward T., spinner, moved to Watertown, Mass. 

Choice Cigars at Spencer's, Barton's BlockTWare. 



Trynks and Bap ol All Kinds at Ml Slerwin's, IHIaio St. 

90 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 



*Hampton Stephen, emp Stevens Co, b James Craven. 
*Hanks Herbert S., coachman F. N. Hosmer, h 59 South. 
*Hannum Charles, emp Ware Lumber Co, h W Main. 
Harding EHzabeth L. Mrs, (Joseph) h High, opp school house. 

Sarah E., h High, opp school house. 
* Harlow Alvin B., photographer, Main, h W Main, n Barnes. 
Harpin Elie, meat and provisions. Maple av, h Brimstone 
Hill rd. 

Pierre, farmer, h Brimstone Hill rd. 
Harrington Frank D., painter, Clinton, h do. 

*John, weaver Gilbert Co, b John Riddle. 

Lucy D., teacher, h Maple av. 

*Robert G., plumber, West, h 32 Eddy. 

Thomas, emp finishing room Otis Co, b 12 Otis av. 
*Harris William H., emp J. A. Gould, b John A. Gould. 
*Harrison James, teamster, h 52 Water. 

*James 2d, spinner, b Mrs Philip do. 

John, h Grove, c Pine. 

Katie, weaver Otis Co, h Thomas do. 

Philip Mrs, h Grove, c Pine. 

Sarah, dressmaker, h James do. 

*Thomas, h 75 E Main, Otis Co blk. 
Hart Abbie Mrs, (James) h VV Main. 

Harty flary E. Mrs, prop Central dining rooms and ice 

cream parlor, 96 and 98 Main, h do. 
*Harvey Rev Jasper P., pastor First Congregational church, 

W Ctr, h W Ctr. 
*Harwood Andrew J., farmer, h Greenwich rd, south school 
Jiouse No 7. 
*Frank W., builder, contractor, saw mill and cider mill, 

W Ctr, h do. 
^Jonathan L, farmer, h W Ctr. 

*Myron L., woodworker, h Greenwich rd, south school 
house No 7. 
*Hastings Hiram, mason, 28 Pleasant, h do. 

*John H., painter, 2S Pleasant, h do. 
*Hatch James P., emp Spaulding's bakery, h 175 W Main. 
^Hathaway Elbridge, ( Hathaway & Coney) wood dealer 

and carpenter, h 70 North. ^ 

*Hathaway Elijah, carpenter, h Storrs. 

Go to SPENCER'S for all Drug Store Articles, Main St. 



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The Finest Store in Ware, M Sherwio's, Mm Hoyse Blocli. 

RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 91 

*Hatliaway Gcoff^c, carpenter, h Park av, off Bank. 
^Hathaway Lyman, (I<:. & L. Jlathaway) contractor 

and builder, High, n North, h do. 
*Iiatha\vay VViUiam A., carpenter, h Lyman do. 
*Havvk)y George A., carpenter, h North, opp Cottage. 
*Hayden Arthur L., clerk, h Mrs Hannah S. do. 

Hannah S. Mrs, (Albert G.) h IClm. 

Harriet B., librarian public library, h Mrs Hannah S. do. 



Hayes J. Q., M. D., physician and surgeon, Sandford blk. 
Main, h Highland, n Church. Olhce hours 8 to 10 
a. m.. 2 to 4 and 7 to <S p. ni. 



Healey Patrick, lab, h o() West. 
Hebert Henri, emp Otis Co, h Eddy. 
Henderson Clara, operative, h Felix do. 

Felix, lab, h Maple av. 
*Hennessey Charles, lab, b Edward McGuire. 

*Janies, lab, b Edward McGuire. 

*John, saloon. Water, h W Main, c Vernon. 

Margaret, (Richard) h John do. 

Nellie, emp Otis Co, b Mrs. Winnifred Rohan. 
Henning Sarah, domestic, h William S. Hyde. 
Henry Elizabeth Mrs, h Gilbert ct, off South. 
Hevey Alexis, emp Otis Co, h 22 Aspen. 

Joseph, emp Gilbert Co, h Water, Keefe blk. 
Hewitt Frederick P., emp Otis Co, h Church. 
*Hibbeard Joseph B., prop Ware creamery. West, h 

W Main, beyond the brook. 
Hickey Michael, machine tender, b John J. Connelly. 
*Higgins Daniel, emp round house B & M R R, h Mrs Mary do. 

Ellen Mrs, weaver Otis Co, h Mrs Mary do. 

* James J., farmer, h Mrs Mary do. 

Johanna, emp Otis Co, h Mrs Mary do. 

John J., emp Otis Co, h Thomas J. do. 



The - Lanest - Store, Tie ■ Largest - Steel at SPENCER'S. 



stylish Clothing at Sherwin's. 

92 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 

Higgins Katherine, weaver Otis Co, h Mrs Mary do. 

Mary, emp Otis Co, h Mrs Mary do. 

Mary Mrs, (Thomas) h 13(^ East, Otis Co blk. 

Minnie, weaver, b Patrick Fallon. 

*Thomas J., loom fixer, h Morse av. 
Hills Arthur E., mason Otis Co, h 183 W Main. 

*Charles F., mason, h ()() North. 
*Hills Frank, (Hills & Aldrich) mason and builder, North, 

h North, opp Prospect. 
Hills Lucinda M. Mrs, (Richard M.) h Mrs Sylvia B. Winslow. 
Hilton Annie, domestic, h Edwin H. Baker. 

Daniel, card grinder Otis Co, b 14 Otis av. 

Mrs, (Eli) h East. 
*Hinckley Louis D., job printer, Main, h Bank, c Park av. 
*Hinckley Rufus, mason, h Bank, c Park av. 
♦Hitchcock Abner D., clerk Clifford & Nolan, h 165 W Main. 
^Hitchcock Calvin, (C. Hitchcock & Co) dry goods, gro- 
ceries, carpetings, crockery, glassware, etc, Hitchcock 
blk. Main, h 27 Pleasant. 
*HitchC0Ck Charles C, (C. Hitchcock & Co) dry 
goods, groceries, carpetings, crockery, glassware, etc, 
Hitchcock blk. Main, h ;")() Church. 
*Hitchcock Charles N., clerk Gilbert Co, h Church, n Highland. 

Esther ¥., h Calvin do. 

George A., h Charles C. do. 

Henrietta T., h Abner D. do. 

*Henry M., painter, paperhanger and bill poster, 15 
Church, h do. 

Nancy B. Mrs, (Abner) h 18 Church. 
Hirst Thomas S., emp Gilbert Co, h Vernon. 
Hobbs Sinamon, weaver Otis Co, b John Weir. 
Hogan Jennie, emp Otis Co, h Charles Brodeur. 

*John, h East. 
*Hoisington William C, lab, h Emory Gault. 
*Holden D. Otis (Pratt & Holden) painter, h 151 W Main. 

P2mma M,, h George C. do. 
*Holden George C, fruit, confectionery, cigars, icecream, 

etc, 75 Main, h (SI Main. 
Holland Dwight, agt and treas W W Paper Co, h Spring- 
field city. 

1000 Bottles a Year record'of Spencer's Beef, Iron and Wine. 



Mark Stierwin, oneVric^clothier. Mansion House Block. 



RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 93 



*Holmes Hamilton G., machinist Otis Co, li !()!» Park. 

Minnie J. Mrs, (Daniel) h Michael Golden. 
Hooker Mary A. Mrs, (Harrison) h Spencer T. Nye. 
Hope Arthur T., sewing machine agt, rms Mrs Susan Ross. 
*Horan Patrick W., lab, h South, c Monroe. 
Horton Thomas, farm hand, b George O. Wheeler. 
*Hosmcr Frederick N., clothing and gents' furnishings, Sand- 
ford blk, h 8 Union. 
Houghton Lizzie S., domestic, h Dr William O. Barrett. 
Houle Pierre, lab, h West, Larose blk. 
Houlihan John, emp gas house, h lo5 l^ast, Otis Co blk. 

Margaret, weaver Gilbert Co, h John Barry. 

* Michael, lab, h Cherry. 

Michael, lab, h Water. 
Houston Harry, weaver Gilbert Co, h Monroe. 
Howard Benjamin, b A. S. Jaquith. 

*Charles W., painter, h Warren V. do. 

^Howard Ernest D., jeweler and watchmaker, 4G Main, 

rms Theodosia Cummings. 
Howard George A., farmer, h O T, 2d north Dist 5 school house. 

John, lab, h Church, opp M E church. 

Madora R., h W Ctr. 

*Robert M., machinist Otis Co, h High. 

*Warren V., painter, h Palmer rd, n big elm. 
Howe Carrie L. Mrs, (Charles E.) h Vernon. 
Hoyt William N., farmer, h Dist 7, off Greenwich rd. 
Huard Alphonsine, dressmaker, Water, h Jacob do. 

Arthur, emp Otis Co, h Jacob do. 

Jacob, emp Otis Co, h Water. 
Hudon Frank, weaver, b 11() Canal. 

Parfait, shoemaker, IIG Canal, h do. 
Hughes John, section hand Central R R, h Old Gilbertville rd, 
n Gilbertville. 

*Hughes Nicholas, h West Warren. 
Hunter John, asst engineer, b George Allen, W W. 
Hurley Dennis J., loom fixer Stevens Co, h Grove. 

*Thomas F., brakeman B & M R R, h W Main. 
Hussey Maggie, weaver Otis Co, b 12 Otis av. 

Nellie, emp Otis Co, b 12 Otis av. 
Hutchins Eunice, h 9 Chestnut. 

Drug's and Medicines, 100 Main St. 



Yflycan byy all kinds o! Hosiery and UndeTOratMarliSlieriin's. 

94 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 

Hutchins Harriet, h 9 Chestnut. 

*Hutchinson George A., carpenter, h Dist 5, O T, n school 
house. 
*Joseph K., farmer, h Dist 6, n school house. 
*Hycle Alvan, bookkeeper Ware National Bank, h Calvin 
Hitchcock. 
Harriet N. Mrs, (William) h Maple, c Chestnut. 
Harriet S., h Mrs Harriet N. do. 
^liyde Henry K., cashier Ware National Bank, h Elm, n 

Chestnut. 
Hyde Isabella, teacher of languages, h Calvin Hitchcock. 
Sarah G., h Calvin Hitchcock. 

Sarah J. Mrs, (Chauncey T.) h Calvin Hitchcock. 
*Hyde William S., pres Ware National Bank, h Maple 
n R R station. 



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Irwin Archibald, clerk C Hitchcock & Co, b Esther Fuller. 
*Douglas, lab, h 19 William. 
* James, (P O Gilbertville) farmer, h (brick, last in Ware) 

Gilbertville Valley rd. 
f James, weaver Gilbert Co, h Clifford av. 
*James B., clerk, h William J. do. 

Martha, seamstress, h James do. » 

Mary, domestic, h Charles H. Lee. 
Sarah R., weaver, b James do. 
*Thomas J., loom fixer Gilbertville, h James do. 
Thomas W., bookkeeper Clifford & Nolan, h William 

J. do. 
*William J., paymaster Gilbert Co, h 44 South. 



Jackson Elizabeth, clerk H. A. Smith & Co, b Patrick J. 

O'Leary. 
Jacques Felix, lab, h Aspen. 
^ Fred, emp Otis Co, h GO North, 

Frederic, grocer, North, n Pleasant. 
Hector, baker, h 3 Pleasant. 

T. A. X. for toothache at Spencer's. 



Horse Blaiito and Syrcingles at MARK SHERWIN'S . 

RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 95 

*Jacques Hermas, emp Otis Co, h 8 Otis av. 

Mrs, h 39 North. 

* Pascal, section hand B & A R R, h 3 Pleasant. 
Jacquot Francis X., h Aspen. 
Jalbert Victor, emp Otis Co, h Aspen. 
*Jaquith Amos S., farmer, h W Ctr. 
^Jeffries Isaac, books, stationery, periodicals, etc, 57 Main, 

h Church. 
Jenks Susan B. Mrs, h Mrs Sylvia B. Winslow. 
"^Jennison David A., prop Hampshire House, 55 Main, 

h do. 
Jodoin Azarie, baker, h Maple, c Maple av. 
*Johnson Charles, farmer, h Palmer rd. 

*Franklin S., farmer, h Gilbertville Hill rd, n reservoir. 

*Fred A., farmer, h Franklin S. do. 

Kate, emp Otis Co, b 13 Otis av. 



Jones Winslow, M. D., physician, office over Clark & 
Co's furniture store, h 504 W Main. Office hours 10 
to 12 a. m., 2.30 to G p. m., and 7 to 1) p. m. 



Joslyn Abigail W., h Brimstone Hill rd. 

Samuel, farmer, h Brimstone Hill rd. 

Virona, h Brimstone Hill rd. 

*William T., produce peddler, h Enfield rd. 
Jourdin Polina, emp Otis Co, b Thomas Laboissiere. 
*Jubb Joseph A., overseer finishing room Gilbert Co, h Park 

av, 1 Weeks blk. 
Judd Florence L., stenographer Gilbert Co, h Nathan G. Reed. 
*Julia Charles A., asst supt Gilbert Co, h G5 South. 
Jzyk John, farmer, h northwest c Dist 9. 

K 

Kaler Nora, emp Otis Co, rms 12 Hitchcock blk. 
Kane Ann Mrs, (Patrick) h Mrs Catherine Keefe. 
^Arthur, h r 19 Water. 

Mail! 81 •-. SPENCER'S. \ OpDflsite Nortli St. 



Barpins lie Year Roond at Mark Sleriin's/Hlain St 

96 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 

*Kane Arthur R., meat and provisions, 19 Water, h r 19. 

Ellen, emp Otis Co, h Spring, n Cottage. 

Fannie Mrs, (Peter) h James H. do. 

*Francis, h Frank do. 

*Frank, farmer, h Grove, c Pine. 

*James H., emp Otis Co, h 54 E Main. 

Mary E., weaver, h 6 Maple. 
Kasky K'.a, emp Otis Co, h John Provost. 
*Keavney Hugh, emp cloth room Otis Co, h 56 E Main, 

Otis Co blk. 
Keefe Bridget Mrs, h South. 

Catherine Mrs, (Michael) h South, opp Monroe. 

Ellen, teacher, h Mrs Catherine do. 

Lucy, clerk P. J. Downey, b Kate Nolan. 

Mary, emp Stevens Co, h Mrs Catherine do. 

Mary A., emp Otis Co, b Mrs Catherine do. 

Mary J. Mrs, (Philip L.) h James A. Byrns. 

Sadie, emp Otis Co, b Kate Nolan. 
*Keegan Patrick, h South, n Maple. 
Kelley Catherine, teacher, h Michael do. 

Edward, h 3 South. 

Eliza, emp Otis Co, b John Weir. 

*John, night watchman Stevens Co, h W Main, n Barnes. 

Kate, weaver, h Edward do. 

Lilla J., teacher, h John do. 

Mary, domestic, b 14 Otis av. 

Mary Mrs, h 18 Pleasant. 

*Mathew H., spinner Stevens Co, h 12 Maple. 

*Michael, spinner, h 8 South. 

Patrick, farm hand, b Freeman Foster. 

Rose, h Edward do. 

Sarah, weaver, h Edward do. 

*William, h Water, n West. 

William, cardgrinder Otis Co, h 22 Otis av. 

*William B., clerk Coe & Naylor, h Michael do. 
Kelliher James, h Pleasant, McArdle blk. 

Julia, dressmaker, h James do. 

Margaret, emp Otis Co, h James do. 

Mary A., h Patrick do. 

* Patrick, emp Otis Co, h Monroe. 
• Timothy J., mason, h James do. 

Low = Prices = At = Spencer's. 



Mark Stierwin, Popular One Price Clothier, 



OPP. TOWN HALL, 
- WAKK. 



RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 97 

Kennedy Agnes, clerk A. Bryson, h Hugh H. do. 

*Alcxandcr, h l^rimstonc Hill rd. 

Catherine, teacher vocal and instrumental music, h John do. 

Daniel S., milk dealer, h Hardvvick, n Dist 7. 

David, overseer weaving room Gilbert Co, h William do. 

*David R., tinsmith Marsh Bros, h .S Cottage. 

Ella, h Thomas do. 

George W., emp Gilbert Co, h Cottage. 

*Hugh H., h 5<) South. 

Hugh Mrs, h r oo Water. 

*James M., second hand weaving room Gilbert Co, h 
Church, c Walnut. 

*James P., expressman, North, c Pleasant, h do. 

*John, overseer Otis Co, h Prospect, c North. 

Mary, domestic, h John E. Priest. 

Michael, emp Otis Co, h 17 Water, Grey blk. 

*Thomas, carpenter Otis Co, h 54 North. 

*William, emp Gilbert Co, h 4G Pleasant. 
Kershaw Ellen Mrs, (Robert) h Mrs Mary A. Walsh. 
Kery Pierre, lab, h Water, c Webb ct. 
Keyes Bridget, emp Otis Co, b John Brosnahan. 

Nellie, emp Otis Co, b John Brosnahan. 
*Kidgell John J., freight agt B & M R R, h Maple. 
King Agnes K., emp Otis Co, h Thomas do. 

*Clement, emp Ware Ice Co, h Pleasant, c Parker. 

*Edward W., lab, h West, McQuaid blk. 

*Elie, milk dealer, h Dist 7, west school house, n Os- 
borne rd. 

Isabella, h Thomas do. 

Joseph, emp Otis Co, h Nenameseck sq, Grey blk. 

Nellie, bookkeeper laundry, b John E. Priest. 

Samuel, farmer, h Daniel S. Kennedy. 

Sarah Mrs, h Water, Keefe blk. 

Thomas, h 78 E Main, Otis Co blk. 
Kinnerney George, farm hand, b Henry C. Lamberton. 
*Knox James, resides Palmer. 
*Koehler G. Adolph, upholsterer and carpet-layer, h Palmer rd, 

Lillie A., bookkeeper C. F. Hitchcock & Co, Gilbertville. 
h G. Adolph do. 

Minnie P., h G. Adolph do. 
Kulick Petere, emp Otis Co, h 11 Otis av. 

Oyr Drugs and Ctiemicals are AtisolotelFPure. -- Spencer's. 



Best Fitting Wlite Shirts are sold at Mark Sherttin's. 

98 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 



Labelle Joseph, yardman, b Louis do. 

Laboissiere J. Baptiste, emp weaving room Otis Co, h North, 
c Pleasant. R. 

J. B., emp Rev. J. T. Sheehan, h North, c Pleasant. 

Omer, emp Otis Co, h North, n Pleasant. 

Thomas, boarding house, emp Otis Co, h Gl E Main, Otis 
Co blk. 

Victor, weaver Otis Co, h Morse av. 
'Labrie M., lab, h Smith blk, off Water. 
Lackey Tillie, weaver, b Jerome Chesley. 
*Lacoste Alfred, plumber, b 16 Otis av. 

Alphonse, second hand card room Otis Co, h 21 Otis av. 

Amable, aged 1)5, h 16 Otis av. 

*Joseph L., operative, h 87 Park. 

Mary A. Mrs, boarding house, 16 Otis av, h do. 
Lacroix Eugene, lab, h Mrs Jacques do. 

George, lab, h Vigeant. 

Jacques Mrs, h Dale. 

Noe, emp Otis Co, h Mrs Jacques do. 

Pierre, emp Otis Co, h 18 Vigeant. 
Lafreniere Simon, farmer, h N Braintree rd, n Gilbertville 

Valley rd. 
Lagesse Albert, tinsmith W. S Dunham, h r 10 Eddy. 

Joseph J., painter, b James H. Culhane. 
Lajeunesse Benoni, h 114 Canal. 
Lajoie Moise, h Aspen. 
*Lamb Charles, loom fixer Gilbert Co, h Morse av. 

Charlotte, emp Otis Co, h Mrs Rhoda do. 

Rhoda Mrs, h 12 Bank. 
Lambert Cordelia, housekeeper, h Norbcrt do. 

*Lambert John W., undertaker, Grey blk, c Water, h 

50 Church. 
Lambert Margaret Mrs, (John) h 50 Church. 

Norbert, emp Otis Co, h West. 
*Lamberton George, farmer, h Belchertown South rd, n red 
bridge. 
* Henry C, farmer, h Belchertown South rd, n G C. 
Jennie L., h Henry C. do. 

F A RPFNCFR, ~- drugoist -" Rartfin's mi 



Ill THE FASHIONABLE SHADES -:- Ot MQfl QhprUlifl'c 

ALL -:- AND SHAFKS OF NECKWEAR dl lflal^ OllulWIII 0. 

RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 99 

Lamberton Mary A., teacher, h Geor<;e do. 
Lamontaf^ne Pierre, enip Stevens Co, h 37 North. 
Lamoiireux Cehna, weaver, b Victor Laboissiere. 

FeHx, carpenter, h Aspen. 
Landers Addie Mrs, (John) h 48 South. 

Jane Mrs, h 48 South. 

Wilham, farm hand, b Geor^^e O. Wheeler. 
Landry Joseph Mrs, b Mrs Richard Uansereau. 
*Lanc Martin L., groceries, crockery and glassware. Central 
blk. Main, h Spring, n Cottage. 

Mary Mrs, h 41) Water. 

Miranda H. Mrs, (Otis) h Elm, n Chestnut. 
Langelier Alfred, emp Otis Co, h Aspen. 

*Come, groceries, 38 West, h do. 

Pierre, h o8 West. 
Langevin Abraham, lab, h West. 

Pierre, machine agt, b Abraham do. 
Lannier Delia, emp Otis Co, h Israel do. 

Frank, h Morse av. 

Fred, h Morse av. 

Jean Baptiste, lab, b Israel do. 

Sophronie, emp Otis Co, h Israel do. 
Lapalme Romnalde, shoemaker, Eddy, b Francis Gareau. 
*Lapierre Eloi, bar tender Mansion House, h 20 Aspen. 

Emma, h Jacques do. 

P>ancois, cigars, tobacco, tonics, etc, 22 Water, h do. 

Francois, lab, h 11 North. 

Jacques, emp Otis Co, h 134 East, Otis Co blk. 

Jeremie, emp Otis Co, h Dale. 

Nazaire, second hand spinning, h25 Stevens blk. South. 

Nazaire Jr., h 25 Stevens blk, South. 

Victoria, emp Otis Co, h Jacques do. 
Laplante Misael, carpenter, h 24 Eddy. 
Lapointe Arthur, emp Otis Co, h 93 Park. 

Francois, emp Otis Co, h North, c Pleasant. 

Joseph, lab, h 120 Canal. 
Lariviere Frederic, weaver Otis Co, h Pierre do. 

Pierre, h 82 Main. 
Larose William, emp dye house, h Cherry, Vigeant blk. 
Larrivee Priest, emp Otis Co, h Morse av. 
Lashua Mary Mrs, (John) h Chestnut, n Union. 



I 



Mi Slierwiii, oNEVi^cE^cLarHiER. 0pp. Town Hall, Ware. 

100 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 

Lattinville Lea, emp Otis Co, h Onesime do. 

Ludgcr, h Onesime do. 

Onesime, emp Otis Co, h 2S Otis av. 
*Laiinier Adolphe, clerk M. Sherwin, b Edward N. do. 

Edward N., h IG Eddy. 

Israel, emp Otis Co, h (Jo E Main, Otis Co blk. 

William, clerk M. L. Lane, h Parker. 
Lavallee Paul, teamster, h 40 North. 
Lawlor Maggie, b Hampshire House. 

Patrick, emp finishing room Stevens Co, b Mary A. Shea. 
Lawton Clara Mrs, (John W.) h 2 Weeks blk. Park av. 
*Lawton Edwin W., (Ware Ice Co) h North, n School. 
*Lawton James, h 2 Weeks blk^ Park av. 

*Joseph R., clothing, gents' furnishings, 48 Main, h 
22 Pleasant. 

*William B., farmer, h Palmer rd. 
Lazelle Edward T., farmer, h Mrs Ellene do. 

Ellen E. Mrs, (Reuben A.) h O T, Dist T). 

Lillian M., seamstress, h Mrs Ellen E. do. 
*Leahan James, hostler Jennison & Sturtevant, h Pleasant. 
Leclair Louis W., printer C. W. Eddy, b M. Dupuis. 

John, h 123 Canal. 

Peter, emp Otis Co, b Peter Kery. 
Ledoux Cesaire, emp Otis Co, h Vigeant, Renaud blk. 
Leduc Jerome, lab, h 3(5 Bank. 

John, carpenter, h Jerome do. 
*Lee Charles H.. head dyer Gilbert Co, h South. 

*Patrick J., fireman, b Thomas Moriarty. 
^ Robert, emp Gilbert Co, h W Main, r John Smith. 

Lefort Ernest, emp Otis Co, b 3() Otis av. 

Margaret Mrs, b 36 Otis av. 
Leggett William J., weaver, b James Brannan. 
Lemoine Joseph, lab, h Pierre do. 

Laurent, spinner Stevens Co, h 8() North. 

Louis Jr., lab, b Joseph L'Heureux. 

Pierre, mason, h Vigeant. 

Rose-Anna, dressmaker, h Pierre do. 
Lemon Diane P. Mrs, (Charles) h Daniel C. Marsh. 
*Lcpine Charles , emp dye house Otis Co, h 8G Park. 

Maggie, weaver Otis Co, b Narcisse Thibeaudeau. 
Lessard Joseph, lab, h 18 Aspen. 

Do ■ w ■ trade - at ■ Spencer's? I! ■ not, ■ why ■ not? 



C ALL ON MARK 8HERW IN. Next doo r to P. 0. 

RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 101 

Lcssard Ovide, lab, h Joseph do. 

Letourncau Lcandrc, clerk L. N. Dupont, b do. 

Lcvesqiic Francois, emp Otis Co, h D Otis av. 

Joseph E., emp Otis Co, b Thomas Laboissiere. 

Marie, emp Otis Co, b 9 Otis av. 

Philomene, weaver, b 9 Otis av. 

Ulderic, weaver Otis Co, b Thomas Laboissiere. 

Virginie, emp Otis Co, b 9 Otis av. 
L'Heureux Joseph Sr, lab, h 12 Aspen. 

Joseph, emp Otis Co, h 12 Aspen. 

*Pierre O., prop Ware Clothing House, 84 Main, rms 
No. 4 Hitchcock blk. 
*Lindsey William Benj., mason Hills & Aldrich, h 80 North. 
Linthwaite Henry, h W Main, r John Smith. 
Lipsky S., dry goods and clothing peddler, b Joseph Plant. 
Little Dora, weaver Gilbert Co, h Joseph do. 

*Joseph, gardener, h Parker. 
Livingston John, clerk Clifford & Nolan, h Rufus Hinckley. 
Locke Catherine J. Mrs, h 60 E Main, Otis Co blk. 

Minnie A., emp Otis Co, h Mrs Catherine J. do. 

Nellie M., emp Otis Co, h Mrs Catherine J. do. 
Loney Eliza, domestic, h J. PL Grenville Gilbert. 
Loomis Caroline, boarding house, 14 Bank, h do. 

Cynthia Mrs, (P:imer) aged SS, h 14 Bank. 
Lore Hattie A., emp Otis Co, b Charles Sherman. 
Lothrop Relief A. Mrs, (Chauncey) h 75 North. 
Lounze William Mrs, h Maple. 
Loveridge Charles, lab, h Palmer rd. 
Lovett Edward P., dyer Otis Co, b Fred O. Rugg. 

Edward P., dyer Otis Co, h Henry L. do. 

*Henry L., machinist Otis Co, h Pleasant, n North. 

Mary A. Mrs, (James C.) h 61 Pleasant. 
Low William, machinist Otis Co, b Ralph A. Sullivan. 
Lung J., Chinese laundry. South, n Water, h do. 
Lussier Alex, h off Water, Smith blk. 

Alexis, emp carding room Otis Co, h 40 North. 

Arthur, lab, h n 18 Vigcant. 

Eudger, emp Otis Co, h Aspen. 

Felix, shoemaker C. P. Nelson, h Aspen. 

Isidore, emp Otis Co, h 19 Water, Grey blk. 
*Lyman Edward N., stone mason, h 7 Prospect. 

A Fine Line of Cigars at Spencer's Drug Store. 



Save Woney bj Bopi Clotliiiii at MARK SHERWiN'S. 

102 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 

Lynes Catherine Mrs. (John) h 18 Water. 

Katie, h Mrs Catherine do. 
Lyon Thomas D., photographer, Main, h 1(5!) W Main. 

M 

*Mack James, lab, h Peter do. 

Peter, lab, h Clifford av. 

*Peter Jr., dyer, h Peter do. 

Rebecca, finisher, h Peter do. 
MacOuarrie Kenneth G., electrician B & M R R, b Esther 

Fuller. 
Madigan Bridget Mrs, h 21 Water, Grey blk. 

Celia B., emp Otis Co, b James J.McBride. 

* James P., carpenter Otis Co, h Water, Shay blk. 
^Magrath Harry A., contractor and builder,- Church, n 

Highland, h do. 
*Mahar Cornelius, farmer, h Dist 7, east school house. 
Mahon Robert Mrs, h W^-st, Costello blk. 
Mahoney Catherine Mrs, h Ul Park. 

Hannah, domestic, h Mrs E. B. Spaulding. 

*James, hairdresser, Main, h North, c High. 

Katie, h Mrs Catherine do. 

Nellie M., binder Otis Co, h Mrs Catherine do. 
Mailloux Arthur J., inspector Otis Co, h Magloire do. 

*Euclide, agt Metropolitan Ins Co, h Magloire do. 

*J. Alfred, machinist Otis Co, h Magloire do. 

^Joseph H., harnessmaker T. C. Gleason, h West, c Water. 

*Magloire, blacksmith Otis Co, h 88 North. 

Pierre, emp Otis Co, h West, Larose blk. 
^rialboeuf John, merchant tailor, Sandford blk. Main, h 

Eddy. 
Malo Leon, emp Otis Co, h West. 
Maloney Elizabeth G., dressmaker, h John do. 

*James M,, foreman Ware River News, h John do. 

*John, h Clifford av. 

Katie H., emp Otis Co, h John do. 

Maggie, v^eaver, h John do. 

Maggie, h William J. Canavan. 

Mary T., tailorcss, h John do. 

All Kinds of Toilet PapersTt SPENCER'S, Main ¥ 



Alwaysjii stock, the latest shaped Still Hats.-Mark Stierwin 

RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 103 

Maloney Nellie E., dressmaker, Sandford blk, Main, h 

John do. 
Maloney Nora, h John do. 

Patrick, plasterer, 13 Monroe, h do. 
Marchand Roch, b Joseph Dumas Jr. 
*Marland Geori^c A., weaver Gilbert Co, h Geori^e D, do. 

*George D., emp Otis Co, h Palmer rd, n Vernon. 

*James A., mule spinner Otis Co, h Young do. 

*Joseph F., weaver Gilbert Co, h Young do. 

*Noah, agt Provident Savings Ins Co, h 00 Pleasant. 

*William, overseer spinning Otis Co, h !)!) Park. 

*Young, mule spinner Otis Co, h Palmer rd, n No 83. 
*Marley Martin J., emp Otis Co, h Ross av. 
* Marsh Abner H., clerk, h Prospect. 

Agnes Mrs, emp Otis Co, b William T. Sherman. 

^flarsh Daniel C, (Marsh Bros) stoves, tinware, plumb- 
ing, etc, 48 Main, h 14 Cottage. 
*narsh Dwight F., treasWareLumber Co, h 19 Cottage. 
*Marsh Fred E., gold, silver and nickel plater, 7 Bank, h 3 

Eddy ct . 
^riarsh Gamaliel, (Marsh Bros) stoves, ranges, tinware, 

plumbing, etc, 48 Main, h Church, c Prospect. 
*Marsh George S., overseer cardroom Otis Co, h 14 Spring. 

Helen E., h Gamaliel do. 

J. Luther, farmer, h Palmer rd, n No 2 school house. 

*VVorthington C, carpenter, h 51 North. 

*William C, wood dealer, h North, opp High. 
Martel Octave, emp Otis Co, h 83 E Main, Otis Co blk. 

Rosa Mrs, h off Water, Shea blk. 
Martin Abbie, domestic, h Elbridge S. IJunbar. 

Auguste, lab, h Morse av. 
*Martin Charles, section hand, h 14 West. 

Damase, weaver Otis Co, h North. 

Edouard, emp Gilbert Co., h 9 Vigeant. 

Edouard, emp Otis Co, h North, n Pleasant. 

*George, weaver Gilbert Co, h Owen do. 

*John, bcamer, h Owen do. 

Lucy, emp Gilbert Co, h Owen do. 

Michael, brakeman, h Owen do. 

*Owen, gate tender B & M R R, h Ross av. 

Batli Sponges, Broslies and Soap. ■- Spencer's, Main St. 



The best fittiiiE Pantaloons are sold at Marli Slerwin's. 

104 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 

Martin William, back tender, h W W, Belchertown side. 
Mathieu Clarinda, milliner, h Michael do. 
Michael, harnessmaker, h 15G W Main. 

Mathieu Olivine, dressmaker, 156 W Main, h Michael do. 

flathieU Velleda, teacher of pianoforte and instructor in 
Oil and Kensington painting, 156 W Main, h Michael do. 
*Mathieu Wilfred, mule spinner Otis Co, h Michael do. 
Matteau Joseph, lab, h West, Larose blk. 
Matthews Catherine, emp Otis Co, h Mary J. Parks. 
May Lucy H. Mrs, (Artemas) h 35 Church. 
McAllister Watson A., second hand weaving room Otis Co, h 

Church, c Park av. 
*McArdle Edward T., painter, h Thomas do. 

*James, emp Gilbert Co, h Pleasant, n Bank. 

*John, h Pleasant. 

Mary Mrs, h John do. 

*Michael J., saloon. Pine, h Owen do. 

*Owen, saloon, Pine, h East. 

*Owen H., mason, h 4 East. 

Rose, h John do. 

*Thomas, cigars, tobacco, fruit, confectionery, etc. East, 
h do. 
McAuley Bridget, emp Otis Co, h 3 Grove, 

Katie, web drawer, Otis Co, h 3 Grove. 

Maggie, h 3 Grove. 

*Patrick, mason tender, h 3 Grove. 

*Patrick Jr., prof ball player, h 3 Grove. 
*McBride Edward, bookkeeper Otis Co, agt Sunday papers, h 
Mrs Mary do. 

Eliza Mrs, (John) h Arthur J. Dexter. 

Elizabeth J., h Mrs Mary do. 

*James, spinner Stevens Co, h Thomas do. 

*James, piper Otis Co, h 90 Park. 

*James J., machinist Otis Co, h off Pleasant, n North. 

*John, b P. J. Moore. 

Kittie, b Henry C. Lamberton. 

Mary Mrs, (Terrence) h 44 North. 

Mary E., cutter Otis Co, h Michael do. 

*Michael, h 14 Maple. 

*Stephen, spinner, h South, n Maple. 

Keep the Nnmber Ever in Mind— 100 Main St. 



M Slierwifi, one-pric,;!'clotAiek, Mansion House Bloct 



RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 105 



*McBridc Thomas, cmp Stevens Co, h Monroe. 

*Thomas J., bookkeeper finishinc^ room Otis Co, b Mrs 
VVinnifred Rohan. 
*McCann John, clerk M. L. Lane, b Charles N. Gilbert. 

Mary, weaver, h Mrs Mary do. 

Mary Mrs, (Henry) h r 7 Monroe. 

William J., weaver, h Gilbert ct. 
McCarcy Margaret, h Peter Murphy. 
McCarthy Bridget, h Mrs Mary do. 

Catherine, emp Otis Co, h John do. 

*Jeremiah, watchman Otis Co, h 14 Pine. 
.»> John, h off Pleasant, n North. 

John D., emp Otis Co., h 31 Water. 

Kate, emp Otis Co, h Mrs Mary do. 

Maggie, h 78 E Main, Otis Co blk. 

Mary, spinner Otis Co, h Mrs Mary do. 

Mary Mrs, h Main, c Parker. 

Mary E., weaver Gilbert Co, h John do. 

Nora A., emp Otis Co, h John do. 
*McCarty Dennis, painter, h 3 Brookside. 

Eliza, dressmaker, 14 West, h Patrick do. 

*Eugene, painter, h 52 Water. 

Julia, emp Stevens Co, h Patrick do. 

Mary Mrs, h John T. Connell. 

^Patrick, lab, h 14 West. 

Sarah, emp Gilbert Co, h Patrick do. 
McCrystal James, weaver Otis Co, h Patrick do. 

Mary, h Patrick do. 

Patrick, weaver Otis Co, h 13 Otis av. 

Patrick Mrs, boarding house, 13 Otis av, h do. 
McDonald John, baker Mrs E. B. Spaulding, b Mrs H. H. 
Wilcox. 

Randall, farm hand, b George O. Wheeler. 
McEleheney Elizabeth Mrs, (Matthew) h (> East. 

William F., weaver Otis Co, h G East. 
McElvoy James, carpenter, b 29 Pleasant. 
McGarry Mary Mrs, (Michael) h 34 Water. 

Michael, emp Otis Co, h 34 Water. 
McGowan Mrs, h Webb ct. 
McGrath Celia, emp Otis Co, h Thomas do. 

*Charles M., h East. 



TAKES THE PLACE OF CAMPHOR 
FOR BUGS. COSTS LESS. SOLD AT 



- SPENCER'S. 



STYLISH CLOTHING AT MARK SHERWIN'S. 

106 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 

*McGrath Daniel, farmer, h Dist 4, north school house. 

Edward J., emp W W Paper Co, h Daniel do. 

Katie, emp Otis Co, h Thomas do. 

Margaret, h Thomas do. 

Sarah, emp Otis Co, h Thomas do. 

*Thomas, lab, h 15 Otis av. 

Thomas Mrs, boarding house, 15 Otis av, h do. 
*McGuire Edward, carpenter, h East. 
McHenry Joseph, emp Otis Co, h North, opp High. 

Sadie, clerk H. A. Smith & Co, h Joseph do. 
*McIlwraith Samuel, emp Gilbert Co, h r John Smith, W Main. 
*McIntyre William, farmer, h Osborne rd, Dist 7. 
McKay Daniel H., baker Mrs Spaulding, h W Main, n Barnes. 

Etta, emp Otis Co, b Mrs Catherine Keefe. 

Margaret, domestic, h C. E. Stevens. 

Sarah, domestic, h C. E. Stevens. 
*McKeagan Thomas (P O Bondvillc) farmer, h Swift River 

rd, Dist 3. 
McKee Thomas, weaver, b James Irwin. 
*McKenney Edward, h Mrs Margaret do. 

Margaret Mrs, h Water. 
*McKeon James, h Water, Hogan blk. 

James, weaver Otis Co, b 13 Otis av. 
*McKinstry Cassius, farmer, h Mrs Mary do. 

Mary Mrs, (William) h 141) W Main. 
McLaughlin Bridget Mrs, (John) h 13 William. 
McMahon George H., b Mrs Margaret J do. 

*James, lab, h 36 West. 

*John, h 29 Water. 

*John H., beamer Otis Co, h John do. 

Katie, h John do. 

Maggie, b Mrs Michael do. 

Mcflahon flargaret Mrs, boarding house, Morse av, 

h do. 
McMahon Margaret J. Mrs, (William) h ir» Water. 

Michael Mrs, h 24 Pine. 

Norah, emp Otis Co, h John do. 

*Owen F., market gardener, h 1 I Prospect. 

* Patrick, lab, h James do. 

Patrick Mrs, pianos, organs, etc, 20 Water, h do. 



Tooth Brushes, Hair Brushes, Combs at Spencer's. 



Ttie Best Fittiiifi: Boys' Soils in Town at Mail Slierwin's, 



RESIDENCE DIRECT ORY. 107 



*McMahon Thomas, lab, h at lari^c. 

*\Villiain V., lab, li James do. 

*VVilliam II., weaver Gilbert Co. b Mrs Mari^aret J. do. 
*]\lel\Iaiuis Owen, enip Stevens Co, c(jrres SprinL;field Repub- 
lican, h 21 West. 

*Patrick, farmer and milk dealer, h \V Ctr rd, n \V Ctr. 
McNancy Catherme, domestic, h David P. Billings. 
*McNaney Patrick, emp Otis Co, h W Main. 

*Thomas, second hand Otis Co, h W Main. 
McOrt James, b Mrs. Ann Filzpatriek. 
McOuade Katie, h Mary do. 

Mary, emp cardroom Otis Co, h 711 K Main, Otis Co blk. 

Sarah, h Mary do. 
*McOuaid Hugh, h West. 
Meandy Clara, emp Otis Co, b 110 Canal. 
Meany Bridget A., dressmaker, h Matthew do. 

*John, spinner, h Matthew do. 

* Matthew, farmer, h 5 Maple. 

*Michael J., h Matthew do. 
Medcalf Myrtle A., emp Otis Co, rms Frederick V. Sturtevant. 

*Medcalf William, insurance and collector, rm D Hitch- 
cock blk, h 47 Main. 
*Medcalf William A , (West Warren) drug clerk, h South, c 

Monroe. 
*Melancon Louis, operative Otis Co, h North, n school house. 
Menard P^-ancois, lab, h oO Stevens blk, South. 

Joseph, h 8 W^ater. 

Zephirin, emp C)tis Co, h Dale. 
Mercier George, lab, h 115 Canal. 
Merriam Isabella L. Mrs, dressmaker, .')0 South, h do. 

*John O. A., farmer, h Enfield rd. 
Merrick Abbie, operative Otis Co, h W Main, n Main. 

Rosa, h W Main, n Main. 

Sophia, operative Otis Co, h W Main, n Main. 

*Sylvcstcr, beamer Otis Co, h 2() Prospect. 

*William, wood dealer, West, h Palmer rd, n Vernon. 
*Merritt Andrew, hairdresser W. M. W^inter, h North, n High. 
Merry Patrick, lab, h Vigcant, Renaud blk. 
Messier Joseph, carpenter, h liddy. 

Louis, coachman, h (SI K. Main, Otis Co blk. 

Pure CoDfeclionery and Fine Cigars. - Spencer, Main, 



Boy Yoyr Horse Blanlets of Ml Sherwin, ""''■. ^^g^R^E■"^^^^ 

108 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 

Messier Pierre, h Louis Dupre. 

*Miller G'eorge W., finishing room Otis Co, h Michael G. do. 

*Michael G., finishing room Otis Co, h North, opp Cottage. 
Mihier George H., woolsorter, h Brookside. 

John, woolsorter, h Brookside. 



*Miner D. W., M. D., physician and surgeon, 37 Main, h 
37 Pleasant. Office hours D to 10 a. m., and 2 to 3 p. m. 

*Miner W. W., M. D., physician and surgeon, 37 Main, 
h 37 Pleasant. Office hours 9 to 10, 2 to 3. 



*Minor Jesse, blacksmith, h Aspen, c Dale 

*Miskill Daniel, lab, h Webb ct. 

Mockley Maggie, sorter paper mill, b John J. Connelly. 

Monahan Ellen, b Patrick Fallon. 

Monast Louis, emp Otis Co, h Aspen. 

Stanislas, emp Otis Co, h West, Buckley blk. 
Mongeau Joseph, emp Gilbert Co, b James Skiffington. 

Stanislas, h 113 Canal. 
*Mongrain Henry A., emp Otis Co, h Maple av. 

*Louis A., h Leon Dupree. 
Monroe Roxana B. Mrs, (H. G. Otis) h Marshall N. Richards. 
Montague William, compositor News office, b Nelson F. Bacon. 
^Montgomery John T., cloth inspector Gilbert Co, h 15 William. 

Mary J. Mrs. (Alexander) h 2 South. 

William A., emp Gilbert Co, h Mrs Mary J. do. 
Moody Lilla, domestic, h W. M. Winter. 
Moore Almira Mrs, (Dr Joseph) h 18 Pleasant. 

*Charles F., farmer, h Dist 2, n G C. 

Frank N., h Charles F do. 

P'rederick C, farm hand, h Dist 4, north school house, last 
house in Ware. 

*Jeremy, farmer, h Dist 5, second south school house. 

John, lab, h 10 Grove. 

*Joseph Lot, h Mrs Almira do. 

Watch - Spencer's • Window - for - Surprises. 



BUY = Yoor = overcoat = of = M Slierwio. 

RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 109 

Moore Laureston, h 18 Pleasant. 

*Ossian N., bookkeeper Otis Co, h Philip H. Sagendorph. 



^rioore P. J., attorney and counsellor-at-law, justice of the 
peace, 66 Main, h 14 Bank. 



Moore Winifred, cashier A. Bryson, b Mrs Eliza A. Converse. 
Moquin Albert, emp cardroom Otis Co, b A. Barsalou, Eddy 

Hill. 
*Moran Daniel, boiler tender Gilbert Co, h 11 Monroe. 

*Daniel E., b Daniel do. 

*James W., emp Byrns bakery, h Daniel do. 

John, weaver, h 133 East, Otis Co blk. 

John, h Thomas do. 

*John Jr., loom fixer, h John do. 

Lowes, emp cardroom Otis Co, h r 18 Pleasant. 

*Patrick, spinner, h Daniel do. 

Patrick, h John do. 

Patrick, emp Otis Co, h 17 Eddy. 

Thomas, pensioner, h Ross av. 
Morck Hattie G., h Dwight F. Marsh. 
*Moreau Albert, piper Otis Co, h 89 Park. 

Amedee, emp Joseph Cote, b Joseph Cote. 

Charles, carpenter, b T. Bousquet. 

*Henry M., h Louis do. 

John, emp Otis Co, b Louis do. 

*Joseph, emp Otis Co, h Vigeant, Renaud blk. 

Louis, teamster, h 65 E Main, Otis Co blk. 

Ulric H., emp Otis Co, b Louis do. 
*Morgan William H., overseer cardroom Otis Co, h 22 Cottage. 
Moriarty Bridget, weaver Otis Co, h Mrs Catherine do. 

Bridget Mrs, h 26 Stevens blk. South. 

Catherine Mrs, (John) h 138 East, Otis Co blk. 

Daniel, emp J. H. Donnelly, b James Skiffington. 

*Daniel J., lab, h Thomas do. 

Hannah, emp Otis Co, h Thomas do. 

Sponges, all kinds, at 100 Main St. 



Yon cao get Perfect Fitlini Wlite Shirts at IHIarli Sheriiii's. 

110 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 

Moriarty James M., farmer, h 130 Cherry. 

*Johii F., beamer Otis Co, h Thomas do. 

*John J., farmer, h Thomas do. 

Kate, weaver Otis Co, h Mrs Catherine do. 

Maggie, weaver Otis Co, h Thomas do. 

Margaret, emp Otis Co, h Mrs Catherine do. 

Mary, operative, h Mrs Bridget do. 

Maurice, lab, h Mrs Catherine do. 

Maurice T., boss section hand B & M R R, h Dist 9, 
n W Ctr. 

Michael, teamster, h Thomas do. 

*Michael, spinner, h Mrs Bridget do. 

Nellie, emp Otis Co, h Thomas do. 

*Patrick J., farmer, h Dist 3, south B T. 

Patrick, spinner, h 4 Maple. 

Thomas, farmer, h O T, n B T. 

*Thomas, h 29 Eddy. 

Thomas, h Mrs Catherine do. 

Thomas, lab, h Cherry. 

Thomas J., weaver Otis Co, h Thomas do. 

*Thomas J., second hand cardroom Otis Co, h 130 Cherry. 

Thomas Jr., weaver Otis Co, h W Main, n the bridge. 

*Timothy, spinner, h Mrs Bridget do. 
Morin Edward, engineer Otis Co, h Samuel do. 

Ferdinand, emp Otis Co, h 7 Vigeant. 

Joseph, emp Otis Co, b Louis Cyriaque, Jr. 

*Louis N., clerk Clifford & Nolan, h Walnut. 

Samuel, emp Otis Co, h West, Larose blk. 

Samuel, lab, h 7 Vigeant blk, Cherry. 
Morrell Arthur, spinner Gilbert Co, b 110 Canal. 
Morrill Albert, blacksmith, b Leander Foote. 
Morrissey Patrick, night watchman engine house B & M R R, 

b Andrew Sullivan. 
*Morse C. Parsons, farmer, h Maple, c Morse av. 

*Edward P., milkman, town assessor, h Maple, c Morse av. 

Fred D., h William W. do. 

*Morse Samuel, real estate, b Mrs Hannah W. Tupper. 
*Morse William W., wood dealer, h (brick) O T, north B T. 
*Mott John F., paper hanger, h High. 
*Moulson Arthur G., emp Gilbert Co, h Ephraim do. 

Try SPENCER'S Aromatic Tooth Powder, 100 IWain St. 



G"«o;r.^r ™ at Stierwin's Popular Clotliioi House. 



RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. Ill 

*Moulson Ephraim, custom tailor, Main, h Palmer rd, n the 

Louie, emp cardrbom Gilbert Co, b Frank L. Sherman. 
Moulton Lavonia Mrs (Bainbrid<^e C.) h Church, c Prospect. 
*Moynihan Michael, (P O Bondville) farmer, h Swift River 
rd, Dist a. 

*Bartholomew, engineer l^arrett's Junction, h Michael do. 

John, farmer, h Michael do. 

Mary, weaver Thorndike, h Michael do. 

Patrick H., b Patrick P^allon. 
Mullen Bridget Mrs, emp Otis Co, h Mrs Mary O'Connell. 

Felix, weaver Otis Co, b John Riddle. 
*Mulvany Bernard J., mason, h Mrs Mary H. do. 

* Daniel, beamer Otis Co, h 31 Water. 
Jennie E., emp Otis Co, h Mrs Mary H. do. 
Maggie C, emp Otis Co, h Mrs Mary H. do. 
Mary H. Mrs, h iy2 E Main, Otis Co blk. 
*Patrick, h W Main. 

■^riulvany P. J., ice cream parlors, cigars, tobacco, con- 
fectionery, etc, 78 Main, h W Main. 
Mundell Ezra H., farmer, h W Brookfield rd, n Gilbertville 

Valley rd. 
Mundy Arthur J., (Newtonville) publisher, summer resident, 

h Brimstone Hill rd. 
Murphy Annie J., domestic, h William H. Hall. 
*Cornelius, emp Stevens Co, h 42 South. 
*Dennis, emp Mrs E. B. Spaulding, b Mrs E. B. Spaulding. 

* James, (P O Bondville) plasterer, h off Swift River 

rd, Dist 3. 
*John, farmer, h Belchertown South rd, west B T. 
*John, h Main, c Parker. 
John, spinner Otis Co, b 15 Otis av. 
John J., lab, h Brimstone Hill rd, 
Katherine, h Peter do. 

Margaret E., dressmaker, 5 William, h Peter do. 
*Michael, farmer, h John do. 
Minnie, emp Otis Co, h Cornelius do. 
*Peter, emp Gilbert Co, h 5 William. 
*Thomas F"., emp R R, h John do, n B T. 
Thomas Mrs, h Mrs Bridget Madigan. 
Thomas, emp B & M R R, b Mrs Margaret McMahon. 

Palmer's Perfumes at Spencer's. 



^M 



112 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 

*Murray Frederick, h William do. 

*Henr\', operative, h William do. 
*John, lab, h William do. 
Margaret, domestic Mansion House, b do. 
Margaret, emp Otis Co, h William do. 
*Wiliiam, policeman, h West. 

N 

Nadeau Joseph, mason, h Aspen. 

*Nash Ernest B., overseer cardroom Otis Co, h 106 Park. 
Natid Alfred Mrs, b Mrs Charles Berthiaume. 
*Naylor Charles E., spinner, h Thomas do. 

Clara B. B., h Thomas do. 

Ida R., bookkeeper, h Thomas do. 

*Thomas, h Chestnut, opp Elm. 
*Naylor Thomas Jr., (Coe & Naylor) grocer, Main, h 

Church, n Walnut. 
Neall Emily, weaver, b William J. Patterson. 
Needham Ina M. Mrs, (George) h Mrs Mary H. Thompson. 

James W., second hand Otis Co, h 78 North. 
Neff George D., fireman, b Francis A. Sturtevant. 

Theresia Mrs, (Andrei) h 51 North. 
Neil Julia, domestic, h Dr David W. Miner. 
Nelligan Ellen, emp Otis Co, h James do. 

*James, marble works, h West. 

Mary Ann, emp Otis Co, h James do. 
*Nelligan Patrick J., concrete paving and gravel roof- 
ing, h end W Main. 
*Nelson Charles P., boots, shoes and rubbers, Main, rms 
Rev. C. M. Hall. 

*John J., engineer, h Gilbertville Valley rd. 
*Neville Andrew, h South, opp Monroe. 

Annie, dressmaker, h Andrew do. 

*James, saloon, Water, h 54 South. 

Mary Mrs, (Thomas) h 5 South. 

*Michael, h Andrew do. 

Minnie, weaver, Mrs Mary do. 
Newcomb Alice E. Mrs ,(John H.) h W Main, c Barnes. 

Arthur E., clerk Otis Co, h Mrs Alice E. do. 

Hpencer's is at 100 Main !St. 



is pur Clfltliier? Mark Stierwin, Next door to P. 0. 



RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 113 



Nevvcomb Edward II., student, h Mrs Alice li. do. 

*William N., paymaster and bookkeeper Stevens Co, h 
Mrs Alice K. do. 
Newland Julia, emp Otis Co, h High, c Spring. 

Mary, h High, c Spring. 

Melville D., farmer, h Dist 7, west school house. 

Sarah L., teacher, h Wales II. do. 

*\Vales H., master mechanic Otis Co, h 21 Pleasant. 
*Ne\vton Rollin D., emp Mrs Sarah Sage, h South. 
Nichols Arvilla Mrs, (Charles) h 02 North. 

*Frank P.. emp Otis Co, h 15 Eddy. 

Frederick E., farmer, h O T, Dist 5. 

*Justin D., teamster F. P. Clark & Co, h off Pleasant, n 
North. 

*William J., machinist Otis Co, h William. 
Nicholson Elizabeth J., h 11 Pleasant. 
*Nickerson Charles A., painter, h 10 Eddy. 
*Nolan Charles, night watchman Otis Co, h Cherry. 

*Nolan Daniel, mason, (Clifford & Nolan,) market, h 30 

Pleasant. 
*Edward W., mason, h Charles do. 
Kate, dressmaker, 146 W Main, h do. 
Noreau Alphonse, emp cardroom Otis Co, h 19 Stevens blk. 

South. 
Norton Elizabeth M., clerk A. Bryson, h Michael M. do. 
*George A., conductor B & M R R, h 47 Pleasant. 
Norton J. William, (Norton's marble and granite works) 

West, opp Water, h Michael M. do. 
^Norton Michael M., (Norton's marble and granite 

works) West, opp Water, h 55 South. 
Norton Michael M. Jr., (Norton's marble and granite 

works) West, opp Water, h Michael M. do. 
*Nutting Joel, carpenter, h Dist 9, east W Ctr. 
*Nye Spencer T., (Gilbertville) station agt B & A R R, Gil- 

bertville, h Gilbertville Valley rd, n New Braintree rd. 



Chocolate and Bonbons at Spencer's Drug Store. 



Mark Slierwin, one-prTe'^clStAier. Mansion Hoose Block. 

114 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 



*Oakes Charles B., (Oakes Bros) carpenter and builder, 7 
Monroe, h do. 

*David J., (Oakes Bros) carpenter and builder, 7 Mon- 
roe, h do. 

Sally A. Mrs (David E.) h 7 Monroe. 
*Oates John, emp Otis Co, b Eugene Sullivan. 
O'Brien Margaret Mrs, h 24 Otis av. 

Margaret, bookkeeper making-up room Otis Co, h Mrs 
Margaret do. 

*William D., spinner Gilbert Co, h off Water. 
O'Connell Ann, weaver Otis Co, h Mrs Mary do. 

*Bartholomew, emp Stevens Co, h Monroe. 

Mary Mrs, h off Water, n Smith blk. 

Mary Mrs, h William. 

Thomas Mrs, h i) Maple. 

*Timothy J., emp Otis Co, h 13 Monroe. 

Winnifred, h Mrs Ann Haley. 
O'Connor Ann Mrs, (Kyran) h 5 Storrs. 

Anna M., dressmaker, h Mrs Ann do. 

Dennis, carpenter, h 18 Grove. 

John, beamer Otis Co, b Maggie McCarthy. 

*John F., baggage express, h Mrs Ann do. 

Maggie, dressmaker. Main, h Mrs Ann do. 

Mary E., dressmaker, h Mrs Ann do. 

*Maurice, coachman C. E. Stevens, h 8 Maple. 

Peter, weaver Otis Co, b 29 Pleasant. 

*Thomas H., mason, h 17 Pine. 
*Ogilvie John, emp Gilbert Co, h Gilbert ct, off South, 

n Monroe. 
O'Grady Mary Mrs, h r 33 Water. 

*Michael, h Webb ct. 

Thomas, emp Gilbert Co, h r 33 Water. 
O'Haire Jennie, millinery, b Mrs Mary Driscoll. 
O'Hara Ann Mrs, h Water, Lambert blk. 

Hannah, weaver Gilbert Co, h Mrs Ann do. 
Olds Marcia A. Mrs, (John B.) h 35 Church. 
*0'Leary Frazier L., clerk H. M. Clark, b 12 Otis av. 

Jeremiah, asst engineer W W Paper Co, b Martin Cullity. 

Guticnra Soap 15g a Box at SPENCER'S, 100 Main St. 



WELL MADE CLOTHING AT MARK SHERWINS". 

RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 115 

O'Leary Jeremiah, carpenter, h Timothy do. 

John, curate All Saints Catholic church, h 1«S Hank. 

Mary Mrs, h John C. Boyle. 

* Patrick A., spinner Stevens Co, h VV Main, Cummings blk. 

*Tiniothy, spinner Gilbert Co, b John Smith. 

*Timothy, lab, h Palmer rd, n Vernon. 
Olivier Hortense, emp Otis Co, h Mrs Onesime do. 

Onesime Mrs, h 80 E Main, Otis Co blk. 
Olsen John E. M., machinist Otis Co, b Mrs William 

E. Nichols. 
O'Neil Edward, emp Gilbert Co, h Gilbert ct, off South. 

Julia A., domestic, h Dr E. H. Guild. 
*0'Neill Patrick, j^^ardener, h 7 William. 
*0'Riley Daniel, lab, h VM East, Otis Co blk. 

♦Michael, h Daniel do. 

♦Patrick, mule spinner Otis Co, b 15 Otis av. 

Rose, weaver Otis Co, h Daniel do. 
*Orrell Ephraim E., asst supt Otis Co, h Church, n Walnut. 
Osborne Charles L., farmer, h Henry S. do. 

♦Gilbert, (P O Thorndike) farm hand, b C. Frank Smith. 

♦Henry S., farmer, h Dist »i, n town line. 
^Osgood John, (Osgood & Preston) provisions, 9 Bank, 

h 9 Cottage. 
O'Shea Daniel, lab, h 77 E Main, Otis Co blk. 

Daniel Jr., lab, h Daniel do. 

Ellen, emp Otis Co, h Daniel do. 

Maggie, weaver Otis Co, h Daniel do. 

♦Nicholas, carpenter, h W Main, n bridge. 
Ostigny Elzear, lab, h 3(5 Bank. 
Ouellette Henriette, b Pierre Lamontague. 

Stella, emp Gilbert Co, b Mrs Athanase Cote. 
Oumiette Jean, lab, b Damase Allaire. 
Ovens James, night watchman Otis Co, h Gilbert ct, off South, 

n Monroe. 
♦Owen Ozias B., farmer, h W Main, n Clinton. 



Packard Elizabeth A., teacher, h Otis do. 

^Packard Henry O., (Barnes & Packard) meat and 
provisions, Main, c North, h High, n North. 

Wan ■ Li8fei@Fis - afe - Spe^Gep's. 



The Largest Slock ol Clolliiiig io Im at llllarli Slieriin's. 

116 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 

*Packard Otis, farmer, h Gilbertville Valley rd. 
Paradis Frank, h South, c Monroe. 

*Henry, emp Electric Light Co, h South. 
Pare David, lab, h Charles T. Abare. 

*Joseph, shoemaker, Main, h Morse av. 

Medard, lab, h Morse av. 

Medard Jr., h Medard do. 
Parent Edward, emp Otis Co, h foot Monroe. 
Parenteau Napoleon, emp Otis Co, h 139 East, Otis Co blk. 
Pariseau Henri, emp Otis Co, h 11 Vigeant. 

Mary, weaver Otis Co, b Narcisse Thibeaudeau. 
*Parker Charles E., carpenter, h r E. H. Gilbert. 
Parker Charles S., carriage and harness repository, 

Parker, h Pleasant, c Church. 
* Parker Wheeler B., gardener Col E. H. Gilbert, h Church, 

n Highland. 
Parks Hattie A., h Mary J. do. 

Mary J., h 12 Bank. 

Sarah N., h Mary J. do. 
Paton Archibald B., general supt Gilbert Co, h Church, 

n Highland. 
^Patterson William J., teamster, h Gilbert ct, off South. 
*Paul George, emp Otis Co, h i) Pleasant. 
Pay Richard G.,* carpenter Otis Co, h South, c Monroe. 
Peckham Eugene, emp Otis Co, b 2i) Pleasant. 
Pepper Mary A. Mrs, (J. H.) h Edward D. Cummings. 
*Perkins William H. H., warden town farm, h Dist 6, north 

W Ctr. 
Perley Henry P., farmer, h Belchertown North rd, c O T. 
Pero George F., emp iron foundry, b John P. do. 

^*PerO John P., prop Ware Foundry, Eddy, h W Main, c 

Vernon. 
Perrcault Thomas, night watchman Otis Co, h Water. 

Thomas, emp Otis Co, h basement 10 Eddy. 
Perry Mary J. Mrs, (Milton) h 18() W Main. 
Petrin Francois Xavicr, carpenter Otis Co, h lt> Pine, 
Phaneuf Alida, operative, h 34 Stevens blk. South. 

Charles, shoemaker, h Joseph do. 

Clement, emp dye house Otis Co, h 38 North. 

J^lic, emp cardroom Otis Co, h Joseph do. 

Beef, Iron and Wine 80c at Spencer's. Try a Bottle. 



I - CHILDREN'S CLOTHING 31 HflSlK uflGrWIH S. 
RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 117 



Phaneuf Emelic Mrs, h 38 Gtis av. 

Exzilda, h Mrs Lucy Gaouettc. 

Francis, emp Otis Co, h 1 1 "2 Canal. 

Joseph, h 07 ricasant. 

Louis, farmer, h Dist (>, north W Ctr. 

Olivier, emp Stevens Co, h 84 Stevens blk, South. 

Rosa D., dressmaker, (57 Pleasant, h Joseph do. 
*Phelps P2dmund A., mason, h Mrs Mary E. do. 

Henry, emp B & M R R, b Mrs Mar^^aret McMahon. 

Henry E., section hand Central R R, b William VV. 
Morse. 

Mary E. Mrs, (David W.) h W W, 1st south school house. 

Miles A., (P O Bclchertown) farmer, h W W, above 
church. 
Philibotte Virginie, emp Otis Co, b 'M Otis av. 
Picard Louis, h West, Larose blk. 

Narcisse, h West, Larose blk. 
Pickles Charles H., emp Gilbert Co, h Gilbert ct. 
*Pierce Daniel B., painter, h West. 

James S., farmer, h Dist 7, n school house. 

Lillian, teacher elocution, rms K) Hitchcock blk. , .. 

*William, farmer, h Dist 1>, northwest W Ctr. 
Pitt Ella M., domestic, h William S. Hyde. 
Plante George A., hairdresser, b Mrs Harriet H. Wilcox. 

Jean B., operative, h Maple, c Maple av. 

Joseph, carpenter, h Main, Storrs blk. 
*Platt Harry M., (F. P. Clark & Co) furniture, etc. Main, 

h Church, n Walnut. 
*Platt Richard W., overseer weaving room Stevens Co, h 

Brookside. 
Plouffe Andre, section hand, b Moise Campbell. 

Magloire, second hand Otis Co, h Church, opp Otis av. 
Poirier Andre, shoemaker, h 18 Aspen. 

Clemence, b Hampshire House. 

CyriUe Mrs, h 110 Canal. 

*Flavien, carpenter, h 37 North. 

Joseph, h Gilbertville Valley rd. 

Julie, emp Otis Co., b 10 Water. 

Julienne, emp Otis Co, b 10 Water. 

Rose-Anna, emp Otis Co, h Flavicn do. 

Wilfred, loom fixer Otis Co, h Dist (>, north W Ctr. 

Plasters, all kinds, at Spencer's. 



All Goods as RBpresented at MARK SHERWIN'S. 

118 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 

*Poist George, sewing machine agt and repair shop, Main, 

c North, h Ross av. 
Poliquin Alderic, emp Otis Co, h 15 Vigeant. 
Pond J. Louise, telegraph operator, b John J. Kidgell. 
Porter George, emp Otis Co, h 13 Otis av. 

*Lester W., farmer, h Gilbertvilie Valley rd. 
*Potts James, lab, h 1 South. 

*Robert E., spinner, h 1 South, c Maple. 

*Thomas J., bootmaker, h 2(3 Pine. 
Potvin Olivier, h North, n Vigeant. 

*01ivier Jr., emp Otis Co, h Olivier do. 
*Pratt Ervin H , baker, E. Mrs B. Spaulding, h 92 Pleasant. 

Fannie M., h Dr George F. A. Spencer. 

*George B., student, h Walden J. do 

*Walden J., (Pratt & Holden) painter, h Pleasant. 
*Pressey John S., carpenter Otis Co, b Jerome Chesley. 
*Preston George E., (Osgood & Preston) meat and 

provisions, Bank, h North, n Cottage. 
*Price John E., blacksmith, h Brookside. 
Priest Charles H., clerk, h 16 Church. 

^Priest John E., (Priest& Smith) steam laundry, Monroe, 

h South. 
Priest Laura S. Mrs, (Lafayette) h 16 Church. 
*Prindiville Michael, milkman, h c W Brookfield and Warren rds. 
Proulx Alvina, emp Stevens Co, h Xavier do. 

*Michael, section hand, b Nelson Beford. 

Xavier, h 5 Vigeant. 
Provancal Frank, painter, h Maple av. 

Philias, carpenter and builder, Maple av, h do. 
Provost Delvina, emp Otis Co, h Mrs Joseph do. 

Felix, loom fixer, h Morse av. 

*Israel, clerk, b Leon do. 

John, clerk Bonin & Deslauriers, h Bank, n Church. 

Joseph, expressman, h West. 

Joseph Mrs, h West, Larose blk. 

*Jules, emp Barnes & Packard, h West. 

Leon, frame fixer Otis Co, h 67 E Main, Otis Co blk. 

Leon, h West, Larose blk. 

Louis, emp Otis Co, b Bedard Etienne. 

Olivine, emp Otis Co, h Mrs Joseph do. 

SPENCER'S, Lariest Drusltore in Town, 100 Main St. 



If m waot to buy Clflthing call oo MARK 8HERW1N. 

RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 119 

*Provost Theophile, meat market, Mansion house blk, h 38 

North. 
*Pufter George E., h 15 Prospect. 
*Putnam Moses, b Mathevv Meany. 



Quilter Margaret Mrs, b James Sheehy. 

Quinn Maggie, domestic, h Charles C. Hitchcock. 

Quintal Corrinne, b 110 Canal. 

Euchariste, knitter Otis Co, b 131 Cherry. 
Quirk John, stone mason, h W Ctr. 



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*Ramsdell A. Myron, policeman, h 24 Prospect. 

*Hiram, emp packing room Otis Co, h 24 Prospect. 

Minnie E. Mrs, h Alexander A. Dunnigan. 
Ramsey Lizzie, domestic, h John H. Storrs. 
Randall J. Herbert, farmer, h W W, North R R crossing. 
*Ratigan John, clerk C. Hitchcock & Co, h Mrs John do. 

John Mrs, h 14 West. 
Raymond John T., emp Gilbert Co, h r 15G W Main. 

Joseph, b Vigeant blk, Cherry. 

Polly, h Daniel S. Kennedy. 
*Reed Nathan G., night watchman bank, h Church, c Park av. 
Reilley Mary A., teacher, h Patrick W. do. 

*Patrick W., overseer of spinning Stevens Co, h 7 Maple. 

*William J., spinner, h Patrick W. do. 
*Reilly John D., clerk Amazeen & Co, b Mansion House. 
Renaud Francois D., farmer, h Vigeant, c North. 

Marie Mrs, h 8 Otis av. 

*Philibert, h 4 Aspen. 
Renier Alphonse, emp Otis Co, h Water, Buckley blk. 

Desire, emp Otis Co, h West, Larose blk. 

Emile, emp Otis Co, h Church, n M E church. 
Rennison A. I., clerk A. Bryson, h Thomas H. do. 

*Charles H., commercial salesman, h Thomas H. do. 

Sarah B., emp office Gilbert Co, h Thomas H. do. 

*Thomas H., operative, h 9 South. 

100 Main 8t., Spencer, Dru^^ist. 



8HERW1N - Takes - Orders - lor • Custoni • 

120 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 

Rheaume Eusebe, dye house, h off Water, n Smith blk. 

Ricard Louis, lab, h West, Larose blk. 

Rice Grace A., dressmaker, h Dr George F. A. Spencer. 

James, farmer, h Cherry. 

Jane, emp Otis Co, h James do. 

*William, h James do. 
Rich Ella P., teacher, h John A. do. 

*Johii A., farmer, h Dist D, east W Ctr. 

Mary S., teacher, h John A. do. 

Persis Mrs. (George) h John A do. 

*William D., teacher, h John A. do. 
Richard Flavien, emp Stevens Co, h 24 Stevens blk. South. 

John, emp Otis Co, h 8 South. 

Laurent, emp Otis Co, h 131 Cherry, Otis Co blk. 

Mary, emp Otis Co, b Joseph Barbeau. 

Pudentienne, emp Otis Co, b 55 E Main. 
Richards Hannah M. Mrs, (Franklin D.) h 79 Main. 

*Marshall N., farmer, h Gilbertville Hill rd, n Central 
R R. 
^Richardson Aimer F., boots, shoes and rubbers, 56 

Main, rms 14 Hitchcock blk. 
Richardson Charlotte H., h Mrs Clara H. do. 

Clara, bookkeeper Warner's room Otis Co, h Rufus 
Hinckley. 

Clara H. Mrs, (Dr. E. C.) h Park, n Trinity church. 

*Edwin E., janitor East Congregational church and pub- 
lic library, h 44 High. 

^Richmond Charles H., carriage and ornamental paint- 
er, North, h 83 West. 
*Richmond Sylvester, h Charles H. do. 
Richer Amedee, emp Otis Co, h Dale. 
*Riddle Eugene L., clerk Bullard's market, h 15 Prospect. 

John, weaver Otis Co, h 82 E Main, Otis Co blk. 
Riel Louis, lab, h 24 Aspen. 
Riendeau Alphonse, emp Otis Co, h West, Larose blk. 

Pierre, meats and provisions. Dale, h Dale. 

P'elix, blacksmith, b P^rancois X. Petrin. 
*Riley Daniel Jr., weaver Gilbert Co, h East. 

Mary Mrs, b 14 Pine. 

Mary Mrs, (Luke) boarding house, W Main, c Parker. 

§uiHii^e - E'ills - afe - §pe^©ep'S. 



We are always a t k top with Quality, W Sliemn. 

RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 121 



Riley Nellie, weaver Otis Co, h Timothy do. 

*Timothy, night watchman Otis Co, h off Water, Hnck- 
ley blk. 
^Ripley Curtis P., h Nelson Dwight. 
Rivers Ellen Mrs, (Richard) h Pleasant, n Bank. 

Pollen, emp Otis Co, h Mrs P211en do. 

William H., overseer spinning room Otis Co, h 104 Park. 
Roach Elizabeth, emp Otis Co, h Tobias do. 

*Tobias, lab, h W Main, n bridge. 
Robb Matthew, weaver, h P2ast, opp Pine. 

*Robbins Alvin M., carriage painter, h off Palmer rd, r 
old cemetery. 

*Ossian L., painter, h (> Park av. 

*Wilbert, lab, h off Palmer rd, r old cemeter}\ 
Robert Joseph, emp Otis Co, h West, Larose blk. 
Robidoux Telerphore, carpenter, h Maple av. 
Robinson Eliza A., h John W. do. 

^Robinson Henry O., boots, shoes and rubbers. Main, 
h 2o Church. 

^Robinson John F., hardware, furniture, sewing ma- 
chines, paints, etc. Main, h Cottage, n Church. 
*Robinson John W., h o4 Bank. 
Rogers Caspar Mrs, h 44 Water. 

John, lab, h 1) Grove. 

Kate, spinner, h John do. 

Lorenzo, farmer, h Dist 7, west school house. 

Mabel, emp Otis Co, h Mrs Rhoda Lamb. 

*William, emp round house, Northampton, h John do. 
Rohan Anna B., h John do. 

*Bryan D., emp E. C. Fenn, b Mrs Clara McMahon. 

*Rohan David, (Rohan Bros) grocer. Grey blk, Nename- 

seck sq, h Mrs Johanna do. 
*Rohan James B., bleacher Otis Co, b Patrick Boyd. 

Johanna Mrs, (Patrick) h W Main, opp Vernon. 

•John, lab, h 30 Prospect 

Maggie J., emp Otis Co, h John do. 

Mary J., emp Otis Co, h John do. 

Nellie E., clerk Rohan Bros, h Mrs Johanna do. 

*Rohan Samuel P., (Rohan Bros) groceries, provisions, 
fish, etc. Grey blk, Nenameseck sq, h ()1 North. 



Family Remedies, All Kinds, at Spencer's Drng Store. 



liifeble B©Y^' E^si^tS afe Shepwi^'s. 

122 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 

^Rohan William, (Rohan Bros) grocer, h Mrs Johanna do. 
Rohan Winnifred Mrs, (John) h East, opp Pine. 
*Rollins Michael, emp Otis Co, b Richard Dempsey. 

*Patrick, emp Gilbert Co, b George Brown. 
Ronan Honora Mrs, h Clifford av. 
*Rood William B., second hand finishing room Otis Co, h 

102 Park. 
Root Cornelia Mrs, (William A.) h 62 North. 

Ellen P., h Mrs Cornelia do. 

Mary S., music teacher, h Mrs Cornelia do. 
Ross Alexander W., h Benj. C. Barney. 

Henry F., (Newtonville) contractor and builder, summer 
resident, h Sky farm. Brimstone Hill rd. 

*John H., farmer, h Mrs Susan do. 

Lewis S., h Henry F. do. 

Lillian, emp Otis Co, b Mrs William E. Nichols. 

Palena, emp Otis Co, b David L. Barlow. 

Susan Mrs (Joshua) h 169 W Main. 
Rougeau Israel, lab, h Lewis Gerome. 
Rouleau Joseph, milk dealer, h northeast c Dist 7. 
*Rourke (O'Ronrke) James, h East. 

*Thomas, clerk Caryl Bros, h East. 
Rousseau Joseph, lab, h North, opp Cottage. 

Joseph Mrs, dressmaker, h Joseph do. 
Roy Arsene, emp Otis Co, h North, n Pleasant. 

*Narcisse, section hand, h Water, c South. 

Rosie, emp Gilbert Co, b Mrs Samuel Charland. 
Royce Mary L., h Asa Breckenridge. 
*Rugg Addison, h Cottage, n North. 

*Fred. O., dyer Otis Co, h 15 Bank. 
*Ruggles Estes S., carpenter, h W Main, n Clinton. 
Rushmore William J., principal high school, b Hampshire 

House. 
Ryan Ann Mrs, (^Dennis) h W W, 3d south school house. 



^Ryan D. H., M. D., physician and surgeon, 54 Main, 
h c Bank and Pleasant. Office hours 9 a. m., 2 

and 7 p. m. 



SPENCER'S Worm Lozenges Sore Gore, 100 Main St. 



CLOTHING FROM 8HERW1N makes the man. 

RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 123 



Ryan James, farmer, h in Palmer, southeast G C. 
*James, lab, h 14 Water. 
*James T., farmer, h Mrs Ann do. 
*John H., weaver Gilbert Co, h Jamts do. 
Mary A., emp Otis Co, h James do. 



Sage Sarah R., h Maple, c Chestnut. 
Sagendorph Mary D., h Philip H. do. 

*Philip H., h Church, n Walnut. 
Sandford Catherine Mrs, (Joseph) h Maple av. 

Elizabeth G. Mrs, (Addison) h Maple, n Elm. 

*Joseph A., tea, coffee, etc, office Main, h W Main, c 
Clinton. 

Mary E., h Mrs Elizabeth G. do. 
*Sanford Daniel, farmer, h Dist 1>, north W Ctr. 

*George M., farmer, h Dist 6, n school house. 

*Lester B., farmer, h Daniel do. 

Lotta A., teacher, h Daniel do. 

Rocelia B. Mrs, (Orlando) nurse, h Daniel do. 
*Sargent Charles, carpenter, moved to Chicago. 

William, weaver, b James Brannan. 
Saurettes Louis, beamer Otis Co, h Vigeant blk, Cherry. 
Sauve Ellen, emp Otis Co, h Octave do. 

Katie, emp Otis Co, h Octave do. 

Octave, emp Otis Co, h 28 Eddy. 
Scanlon Bridget, emp Otis Co, h North. 

Hannah, emp Otis Co, h Mrs Johanna do. 

Johanna Mrs, (Thomas) h East, c Cherry. 

Nellie, emp Otis Co, h North. 

Scheffer Richard, boots, shoes and rubbers, Main, h 

Albertine blk. Main. 
*Schoonmaker John H., clerk Three Rivers. 
*Scott Hugh H., vvooldresser Gilbert Co, h Mrs Mary T. I'o. 

Mary T. Mrs, h 22 Prospect. 

William, emp Otis Co, h Cottage. 

William B., painter, h Mrs Mary T. do. 
Secro Prosper, emp Otis Co, h 21 Aspen. 
Seery Margaret, h Philip Feehan. 

Telephone Office at Spencer's. 



Mark Sherwin, Fine Clothing. 

124 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 

Seery Patrick, mason, b 15 Otis av. 

Senecal Albany, wheelwright, h Vigeant, c North. 

Shanley John, farmer, h 54 West. 

Sharpe Fred, second hand cloth room Otis Co, h 103 Park. 

*Shaw Thomas, em-p Otis Co, rms R. C. Snow. 

William, b Miles A. Phelps. 
Shay Dennis, h Water. 

*John J., h 45 Water. 

Margaret E., emp Stevens Co, h Mary do. 

Mary, emp Otis Co, h 45 Water. 

*Michael E., emp round house B & M R R, h East, 
c Cherry. 

Patrick, h foot Monroe. 
Shea Anna J., h Thomas J do, 

Catherine, emp Otis Co, h John do. 

Catherine, emp Otis Co, b 14 Water. 

Daniel J., clerk, h John B. do. 

Ellen, weaver Stevens Co, h John Sullivan. 

Ellen Mrs, boarding house, 12 Otis av, h do. 

*Frank H., compositor News office, h Thomas J. do. 

Gertrude A., clerk C. Hitchcock & Co, h Thomas J. do. 

*James J., painter, h Clifford av. 

*John, weaver, h Michael Shea 1st. 

John, emp Gilbert Co, b Thomas Costello. 

John, h r 33 Water. 

*John B., teaming and jobbing, h 8 Maple. 

Julia, domestic, h Rev John T. Sheehan. 

Katie, weaver Stevens Co, b Mary Barrett. 

Katie, h Michael Shea 1st. 

Maggie, emp Otis Co, h Michael Shea 1st. 

Maggie, weaver Gilbert Co, h Mary A. do. 

Maggie, weaver Stevens Co, b Mary Barrett. 

Mary Mrs, (John) h John B. do. 

Mary, emp Otis Co, b Mrs Johanna Scanlon. 

Mary A., h (U) E Main, Otis Co blk. 

Mary J., weaver Otis Co, b Mrs Johanna Scanlon. 

*Michael 1st, lab, h Cherry. Webb blk. 

* Michael, loom fixer, h Cherry, Webb blk. 
-Michael, emp cloth room Otis Co, b Mary A. do. ' 

Michael, lab, h John do. 

Nellie, domestic, h Henry O. Packard. 

Accuracy and Pu[ity'T7TirWol aT SPENCERl 



Ask Mark Sherwin to Fit You. 

RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 125 

Shea Patrick, clerk, h Michael Shea 1st. 

Patrick, mule spinner Gilbert Co» b James Skiffington. 
Patrick J., emp finishing room Stevens Co, b Mary do. 

*Shea Thomas J., (Hugh Gormley & Co) meat and 

provisions, 10 Water, h W Main. 
Sheehan Bridget Mrs, b John McMahon. 

Bridget Mrs, h Rev John T. do. 

Daniel J., student, h Rev John T. do 

*John A., brakeman Central R R, h W Main, Cum- 
mings blk. 

*Rev John T., rector of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel church, 
h School, n parochial school. 
Sheehy Bridget, emp Otis Co, h Thomas do. 

*James, second hand cardroom Otis Co, h 140 East, 
Otis Co blk. 

Mary, emp Otis Co, h Thomas do. 

Mary Mrs, (Patrick) b 62 Pleasant. 

Mary C, emp Otis Co, b Thomas do. 

*Michael, operative, h Cherry. 

Nellie, h Thomas do. 

*Thomas, loom fixer Otis Co, h Cherry. 
Sheldon Edward E., operative, h Morse av. 

Emily Mrs, (David A.) h Morse av. 

*Frank, lab, h Morse av. 

*Wallace C, h Barnes, foot Eddy. 
Shepard Paul, lab, b Mrs Margaret McMahon. 
*Shepardson Henry C, blacksmith and carriage mfr, W 

Ctr, h do. 
Sherman Carrie B., emp Otis Co, h Charles do. 

*Charles, carpenter, h Prospect. 

*Frank L., (Sargeant & Sherman) carpenter and builder, 
North, h W Main. 

*Frederick H., farmer, h Thomas F. do. 

Lucy H., teacher, h Thomas F. do. 

*Silas C, painter, out of town. 

*Thomas F., farmer, h Belchertown North rd, east No 4 
school house. 

*William T., jobber, h Barnes, foot of Eddy. 

^Sherwin Hark, clothier. Main, b Mansion House. 
Shugrue Johannah, domestic, h Rev James Boyle. 

Brushes, all kinds, at Spencer's. 



Travel Gel a Trynl at Wlarli Sleriin's. 

126 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 

Sibley Caroline S. Mrs, (Beaman B.) h Spring, n High. 

Carrie D., teacher, h Mrs Caroline S. do. 
*Sibley Frank M., (C. Hitchcock & Co) grocer, Main, h 

Spring, n High. 
*Sibley Herbert W., (J. B. Sibley & Son) hardware, 

etc. Main, h John B. do. 
Sibley Jane T. Mrs, (Stephen) h 99 Pleasant. 
^Sibley John B., (J. B. Sibley & Son) hardware, paints, 

oils, etc, Hitchcock blk. Main, h 183 W Main. 
Sibley Minnie A., clerk A. Bryson, h Rev Benjamin V. 

Stevenson. 
Simard Louis, emp Gilbert Co, b Omer Gravel. 
*Simoneau Adelard, emp Otis Co, h Dist 9, n W Ctr. 

Joseph, lab, h Palmer rd. 
*Sinnott Thomas, emp cloth room Otis Co, h 94 Park. 
*Skiffington James, h Webb ct. 

Skinner Susan M. Mrs, emp Otis Co, b A. H. Gilbert. 
Slate George M. Mrs, h Herbert P. Cummings. 
Slattery Betsey Mrs, h Thomas McKeagan. 
Sloat Perry, sawmill tender, b Francis A. Sturtevant. 

Peter, lumber marker, b Francis A. Sturtevant. 
Smeeton Edward W., (Lyon & Co) photographer, 104 Main, 

b Hampshire House. 
*Smith Albert E., emp knitting room Otis Co, h North, n 27. 

*C. Frank, (P O Thorndike) farmer, h O T, south B T. 

Daniel G., contracting carpenter, h 50 North. 

*Frank P., coachman, h Chestnut, n Union. 

Grace L., h C. Frank do. 
*Smith George H. W., jeweler, boots, shoes, etc, 8o 

Main, h W Main, c Clinton. 
Smith G. H. W. Mrs, dressmaker, 80 Main, h G. H. W. do. 

Harry, (Priest & Smith) steam laundry, b John E. Priest. 
*Smith Henry A., (H. A. Smith & Co) dry and fancy 

goods, 45 Main, h Church, n Highland. 
*Smith Henry N., painter Otis Co, h-High, c Spring. 

Ida, emp Otis Co, b W Main. 

Ina M., domestic, h W. H. H. Perkins. 

Isabella Mrs, h Henry N. do. 

*James, loom fixer Gilbert Co, h John do. 

*James, emp Gilbert Co, h Smith blk, off Water. 

Spencer's Drug* Store^ 0pp. North St. 



For - Great • Big ■ Men ■ at ■ Wlarli ■ Sher^io's, 



RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 127 

Smith Jane Mrs, (Aaron) h Cottage, opp Sprincr. 

Jane Mrs, (Royal) h West, n Vernon. 

John, section hand B & M R R, h John J. Nelson. 

John, watchman Gilbert Co, h W Main. 
Smith John D., (F. C. Blood & Co) druggist, (>2 Main, 

rms 3 Hitchcock blk. 
Smith John H., barber. North, h West, n Main. 

Joseph, weaver Gilbert Co, h Palmer rd, n bridge. 

Lizzie W., h Dr George F. A. Spencer. 

Maggie, emp Otis Co, h Watson F. Brown. 

•Michael, bar tender J. Neville, h John do. 

Narcissa M. Mrs, h Wales H. Newland. 

Nellie, domestic Mansion House, b do. 

Sarah A. Mrs, (Thomas) h 10 Park. ' 

Thomas, lab, h Webb ct. 
Snow Adeline G. Mrs, (Sanford) h o() Church. 

*B. Chapin, miller, h Spring, n Cottage. 

*Charles, roll coverer Otis Co, h 8 Spring. 

E. Eliza, housekeeper, h Sanford L. Converse. 

Elizabeth, emp Otis Co, b 14 Otis av. 

Hazel G., farmer, h Palmer rd, G C, on the town line. 

James W., farmer, h Hazel G. do. 

*Joseph P., h 170 W Main. 

*Martin, emp cardroom Otis Co, b George E. Fairbank. 

Nellie I., domestic, h Andrew J. Davis. 

*Renselaer C, grain, hay, straw, groceries, etc, North, n 
Main, h Pleasant, n Church. 
♦Sorel Moise, h 12 North. 
Southworth Frank K., prest Ware Lumber Co, h 

Church, c Highland. 
Southworth Mayme L., h Oscar S. do. 

Southworth Oscar S., director Ware Lumber Co, h 
Church, opp Highland. 

Roy C, emp Ware Lumber Co, h Oscar S. do. 
*Spaight Jeremiah H., emp Otis Co, h 47 Otis av. 
Spaulding E. B. firs, Spaulding's Domestic bakery, 148 

W Main, h do. 
♦Spaulding George A., baker, h 148 W Main. 
*Spear Harlan M., lab, h W Ctr. 

Levisa Mrs, (Daniel C.) h Harlan M. do. 



Hood's Tooth Powder, 14c, at Spencer's, 100 Main St. 



SHERWIN ■•■ Leads . . ifl ;. Latest .•. Style :. Hats. 

128 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 

Speirs Charles S., plumber J. H. Donnelly, b Mansion House. 
*Spencer Frank A., druggist, lOO Main, b Mansion House. 



*Spencer George F. A., M. D., physician and sur- 
geon. Office and residence c Church and High. Office 
hours till 8.30 a. m., 1 to 3, 7 to 8 p. m. 



Spencer Jarvis, emp Otis Co, h John do. 

John, emp Otis Co, h Water, n West. 
Spofford Daniel W., engineer Central R R, h Gilbertville Valley 

rd, n R R crossing. 
Spooner Louisa Mrs, emp W W Paper Co, h W W, north R R 
crossing, last house in Ware. 

*Silas A., woolsorter Stevens Co, h 47 Pleasant. 
*Sprague Samuel E., carpenter, h Maple, n R R. 
*Squires Daniel S., teamster, h Dist 4, north school house. 

Marietta D. Mrs, (Zebina) h W W, north R R crossing. 
*Stackpole Elmer E., (C. O. Amazeen & Co) billiard room, 

fruit, cigars, etc, b Mansion House. 
Stafford Bridget Mrs, (Thomas) h 46 Otis av. 

*Edward J., trimmer Otis Co, h 46 Otis av. 

Katie, h Edward J. do. 

Maggie, emp Otis Co, h Edward J. do. 

Mary A., emp Otis Co, h Edward J. do. 
Stanley George, weaver Gilbert Co, b Mrs Ann Fitzpatrick. 
•Stearns Alonzo, carriagemaker and wheelwright, North, h 
97 North. 

Hannah, h Church, c Cottage. 
Steele George, farm hand, b George Lamberton. 

Lorinda, emp Otis Co, b W Main. 
•Stetson Osmon C, clerk A. Bryson, h Spring, c Cottage. 
*Stevens Charles E., (Charles A. Stevens & Co) woolen 

mfrs, Maple, h Maple, n Chestnut. 
Stevens George, brakemaii, h Mrs Hannah W. Tupper. 
*Stevenson Rev Benjamin V., h Church, opp Walnut. 
Stewart Albert, farmer and poultry raiser, h southeast c Dist 6. 

Vaseline 5 Cents at Spencer's. 



The Latest io Collars aod Cuffs at Mark Stierwio's, 



RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 129 



Stewart Alexander, farm hand, h John A. Rich. 

Mary E. Mrs, (John L.) h West, c Main. 

William E., h North, n Cottage. 
StGermain Emilien, h Priest Larrabee. 

Nelson, milk dealer, h Dist (>, north W Ctr. 

Omer, lab, h Aspen. 
Stjean Clement, h 15 Vigeant. 
StMichel Jean Baptiste, operative, h T) Maple. 

Sophie Mrs, h 5 Maple. 
*Stone Joseph L., farmer, h n B T. 
StOnge Alcine, emp Otis Co, b Mrs Moise do. 

Celanise, h oS North. 

Hector, dyer Otis Co, h 10 Water. 

*Hormidas, emp Otis Co, h 24 Aspen. 

Jerome, lab, h Dale. 

Joseph, emp Otis Co, h Nenameseck sq. Grey blk. 

Joseph, lab, h 121) Cherry. 

'L. Edouard, assistant postmaster, h Dale, n North. 

Moise, emp Otis Co, b Jerome do. 

Moise Mrs, h Dale. 

Solomon, teamster, h Dale. 

*Storrs George D., (Storrs I^rothers) insurance, Main. 

h John H. do. 
^Storrs John H., real estate, 72 Pleasant, h do. 

*Storrs John H. Jr., (Storrs Brothers) insurance, Main, 

h Storrs. 
Storrs Mabel O., h John H. do. 

Maria, millinery and fancy goods, Main, h John H. do. 
StPierre Andre, emp Otis Co, b 131 Cherry. 

Leonide, emp Otis Co, b 55 E Main. 
Strack Edward, beamer Otis Co, h Parker. 

Emma, emp Otis Co, b Leon Provost. 

Lewis, emp Stevens Co, h Parker. 
Strahan Annie, dressmaker, h John do. 

Ellen, h John do. 

John, lab, h 142 W Main. 
Stratton Harriet Mrs, b P2sther P'uller. 

*Strickland Josephus L., farm hand, b Henry C. Lambcrton. 
StSauveur Cordelia, emp Otis Co, h P'rancois do. 

Francois, lab, h ()(> ¥. Main, Otis Co blk. 

M Extracts and noctures, Purest and Best, Spencer's. 



Gall ©H ^^epwin §©p ¥l©hhY GI©fehiHg. 

130 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 

StSauveur John Baptiste, lab, b Francois do. 
1^ Studd Thomas P., overseer making-up room Otis Co, h 
108 Park. 

*Sturtevant Cyrus, (Jennison & Sturtevant) livery and 

boarding stable, r Hampshire House, b Hampshire 

House. 
Sturtevant Edmond R., student, h Mrs Elizabeth W. do. 
Elizabeth W. Mrs, boarding house, 29 Pleasant, h do. 
Florence E., teacher, h Mrs Elizabeth W. do. 
Francis A., portable sawmill, h Dist 7, west school house, 

n Osborne rd. 
*Frederick V., carpenter and builder, h 167 W Main. 
Julia E., h Joseph P. Snow. 
*Sullivan Andrew, section foreman B & M R R, h Gilbertville 

Valley rd. 
Annie, emp Otis Co, h Mrs Margaret do. 
Bridget, dressmaker, Main, b Michael Buckley. , 

*Daniel, spinner Gilbertville, h Eugene do. 
Ellen, emp Otis Co, h Maurice do. 
Ellen M., dressmaker, 47 Water, h do. 
Elizabeth, weaver Gilbert Co, b William Greene. 
*Eugene, weaver Otis .Co, h 48 Otis av. 
Eugene, farmer, h Old Gilbertville rd, Dist 8. 
*James D., emp Otis Co, h Bank, n French church. 
*James H., tinsmith, b William Greene. 
Jane Mrs, (William H.) nurse, h 136 W Main. 
John, weaver Otis Co, b Eugene do. 
*John, emp Otis Co, h Mrs Margaret do. 
John, h James Murphy. 

John, emp Gilbert Co, h Water, Lambert blk. 
Maggie, emp Otis Co, b Mrs Margaret McMahon. 
Margaret Mrs, (John) h 5 Grove. 
Margaret, emp Otis Co, h Mrs Margaret do. 
Margaret Mrs, (Patrick) h Daniel Mulvany. 
Margaret, emp Otis Co, h Daniel Mulvany. 
Mary A., h Eugene do. 
Mary Mrs, (Dennis) h 47 Water. 
*Maurice, emp Otis Co, h Morse av. 
*Michael, weaver Otis Co, b 14 Water. 
Michael, h Maurice do. 

Of Course You Trade at Spencer's. 



Orders for Flags aod Uniforms taken at Mark Slierwin's, 



RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 131 



*Sullivan Michael A., baggage master Central R R, h An- 
drew do. 

*Michael J., porter Hampshire House, b do. 

* Patrick, lab, h Mrs Margaret do. 

*Patrick D., spinner Stevens Co, h 50 Water. 

*Ralph A., carpenter Otis Co, h Chestnut, n VAm. 

*Thomas, lab, h Mrs Margaret do. 

*William T., loom fixer Otis Co, h K50 Cherry. 
Sumner Charles W., emp C. S. Parker, b Charles Goyette. 

Louisa Mrs, (Isaiah C.) h W Ctr. 
Surprenant Jean Baptiste, painter Otis Co, b Jacques Lapierre. 
*Sutcliffe Walter P., emp at Boston. 
Sweeney Emma, emp Otis Co, h Palmer do. 

Palmer, h West, c Water. 
Swift George, loom fixer, b Mrs Addie Landers. 



*Talbert Alphenus D., clerk G. C. Holden, h Spring, n High. 
Tankard Maria Mrs, h Parker. 

Mary, weaver Gilbert Co, h Mrs Maria do. 
Tarbox Elizabeth R. Mrs, (William) h 84 Pleasant. 
Tougas Henri, emp Otis Co, b Mrs Samuel Charland. 
Taylor Mary E., teacher private school, h 7(S South. 
*Terrien Augustin, fish, oysters, etc. North, h Aspen. 
Terry Mercy A., h W Ctr. 
Tessier Narcisse, emp Otis Co, h IcS Water. 
Tetreault Francois X., carpenter, h North, r No 4 hose house. 

Frank, carpenter, h North, r No 4 hose house. 

Joseph, lab, h South, c Monroe. 

Tetreault Magloire, washing machines, wringers, etc, 

North, opp Cottage, h do. 
Thayer Catherine Mrs, (Truman A.) h (S Cottage. 

*Clarence H., clerk Barnes & Packard, h 150 W Main. 

*John A., butcher, emp at Worcester. 
Therien Adelard, emp Otis Co, b Francois do. 

Alfred, emp Otis Co, h Aspen. 

Francois, lab, h 2() Aspen. 
Thibeaudeau Aime, weaver Otis Co, b Narcisse do. 

Alvina, operative, h M. do. 

Perfumes, All Odors, at Spencer's. 



25 CtS. at MARK : SHERWIN'S, 

132 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 

Thibeaudeau Joseph, h South, c Water. 

M., emp Otis Co, h 127 Cherry. 

Mederic, emp Otis Co, b Narcisse do. 

Narcisse, boarding house, 17 Otis av, h do. 

San, lab, h M. do. 
*Thibeault Alcidas, shoemaker, h Aspen, c Vigcant. 

*Edouard, grocer. North, h North, n school house. 
Thomas Robert, farm hand, b Perry Cheever. 
Thompson James M., farmer, h Henry P. Perley. 

Mary H. Mrs, (William) h North, n Cottage. 
*Thornton George K., clerk B & M R R, h Morse av. 

William, weaver Gilbert Co, h William do. 
Thraves Annie, emp Otis Co, b Louis K. Carter. 
*Tiffany Dominick, weaver Gilbert Co, h Owen do. 

Mary, weaver Gilbert Co, h Owen do. 

*Owen, shoemaker. Water, h 33 Water. 

Sarah, weaver Gilbert Co, h Owen do. 
*Tobin Thon;as, painter and paperhanger, 34 Pleasant, h do. 

William H., teamster, b John Abbott. 
Toisy Esther, emp Otis Co, b 10 Water. 
Torley Rose, domestic, h Henry C. Davis. 
Tourtellotte Harriet Mrs, (Merrick) h Mrs Clara Lawton. 
Tourville Frank, emp cloth room Stevens Co, h North. 
Towlson Caroline Mrs, h Parker, n Pleasant. 

Fannie Mrs, (Arthur) h W Main, n Barnes. 
Towne Caroline M., h Mrs Carrie L. Howe. 

*Towne Dennis W., ''Hero of Port Hudson," rock 

blaster, h Mrs Carrie L. Howe. 
*Towne Edmund L., carpenter, h Brimstone Hill rd. 

*William L., overseer weave room Otis Co, h Park, c 
Park av. 
*Tracy Lewis, ■ mason, h Morse av. 
*Tremblay Alphonse, emp Otis Co, h Dale. 

Emilie, emp Otis Co, h 3S North. 

Louis, emp Otis Co, b Mrs Samuel Charland. 

Rosalie, emp Otis Co, b 33 Otis av. 
*Trench Charles H., moved to Somersville, Ct. 
Trow Jennie L., bookkeeper J. F. Robinson, b J. F. Robinson. 
Trudeau Hcrmenigilde, baker Byrns, h Aspen. 

Norbert, baker Byrns, h West. 

Apians Water, Queen ot Table Waters, SPENCER'S. 



The Bow Wiii(lflw_jfl Mansion Hoose Block is Stierwin's. 

RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 133 



Tucker Alice L., h Seth E. do. 

Charles S., (Tucker Bros) milk dealer, h Seth E. do. 

*Edwin C, (Tucker Bros) milk dealer, h Seth E. do. 

*George E., supt Otis Co, h Church. 

Lucy A., h Bank, c High. 

Mary E. Mrs, (Dea. Hiram) h l^ank, c High. 

Mary H. Mrs, (Alfred) h Estes S. Ruggles. 

*Seth E., farmer, h Palmer rd, south No. 2 school house. 

*William I., coachman, h Brooksidc. 
Tupper Hannah W. Mrs, (B. Franklin) h Ross av. 
Turcotte Harriet Mrs, (Moses) h Peter do. 

Julia, weaver Otis Co, h Peter do. 
*Turner Arthur C, clerk A. Bryson, h Hollis do. 
^Turner Herbert H., books, stationery, paper hangings, 

etc, 64 Main, h 154 VV Main. 
•Turner Hollis, night watchman, h 174 W Main. 
*Tvvis3 Porter O., emp Gilbert Co, h Prospect. 



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*Upham Frank H., traveling salesman, b Mrs Sturtevant. 
*Utley George D.,. (IJtley & Gilbert) coal dealer, 
Church, c Prospect. 



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9 Vanasse Alfred, emp gas house, h West. 

Archie, weaver Gilbert Co, h Water, Shay blk. 
Vennart John, weaver Otis Co, b John Riddle. 
Veronneau Auguste, lab, h Webb ct. 

*Vlgeant Amedee, contractor and builder, 2(3 Spring, h do. 
Vigeant Florentine, h Amedee do. 
Volk Charles Mrs, h Maple, junc East. 

*Fred A., h Mrs Charles do. 

*William J., saloon. North, h Mrs Charles do 



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Wade Willard W., fireman Gilbert Co, b Hollis Turner. 
Walker George, weaver, h off Pine. 



ETerjthlng in Medicines at Spencer's, iOO Main St. 



storm Coats for Farmers aod Drivers, - 8HERW1N. 

134 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 

Walsh Catherine T., weaver, h Patrick do. 

James, lab, b James P. Madigan. 

*James, spinner Gilbert Co, h 44 Water. 

John, second hand spinning room Otis Co, b 15 Otis av. 

John, lab, h off Water, Buckley blk. 

Margaret, emp Otis Co, b John D McCarthy. 

Mary A. Mrs, (Augustus F.) h 185 W Main. 

*Patrick, h 7 William. 

*Peter, h West, c Water. 
*Warburton Aram, broker, Boston. 

Aram Mrs, h 44 South. 
Ward Lydia Mrs, (Horton) h Ira Barlow. 

Proctor Mrs, weaver, h Charles N. Gilbert. 

*Proctor L., carpenter, b Herbert F. Goodwin. 
Warner Ada M., teacher pianoforte, h Henry H. do. 

Annie G. Mrs, (Henry) h Brimstone Hill rd. 
*Warner Henry H., overseer shirt room Otis Co, h Church, 
opp Cottage. 

Lucretia Mrs, (Arvin) h 42 High. 
Waterman Serilla, h 35 Church. 

Wayland Josie Mrs, (Francis) b George O. Wheeler. 
Weber Victoria, domestic, h J. H. Grenville Gilbert. 
Weed Rev Watson, h Clinton. 
Weeks S. Eliza, h Mrs Hannah M. Richards. 

*Williams H., boarding and livery stable, Church, h 
2o Church. 
Weir John, weaver Otis Co, h 2 Park av. 
*Welch Cornelius, clerk Keefe & Co, h Jerry do. 

Frank, emp Otis Co, b IK) Canal. 

Jerry, beamer, h Cherry. 

*John T., lab, h Webb ct. 

Kate, domestic, h Lewis N. Gilbert. 

Margaret, emp Otis Co, h Jerry do. 
Welsh Lawrence, emp Gilbert Co, b Mrs John Ratigan. 

Nora, h 12 Pine. 

*Wesson George C, teaming and jobbing, 60 North, 

h do. 
Wesson E. L., prop Ware and West Warren coach line. 

Aspen, h 75 North. 
West John, lab, h 108 Pleasant, foot of street. 



SPENCER ■ Carefully - Compouods • Family - Recipes. 



[veryttiini in Furnistiini Goods at M Sherwio's, Near P. 0, 



RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 135 



Wheeler Alice M. Mrs, h l.S4\V Main. 

George O., farmer, h Chestnut Hill farm, n school house 
Dist ^. 
VVhelen Julia A., table girl Mansion House, b do. 
White James, weaver Gilbert Co, h William. 
Whiting Edwin H., farmer, h Brimstone Hill rd. 

*George B., emp Otis Co, h 4 Park av. 

John, emp Otis Co, h Morse av. 

Thomas J., spinner Otis Co, h George ]^. do. 
Whitney Harriet J., h Addison Rugg. 

* William S., dresser, h 44 South. 
*Whittaker George O., woolsorter, h Storrs. 
Wight Thomasina, domestic, h Edwin H. Baker. 
*Wilcox Charles E., h Mrs Harriet H. do. 

Harriet H. Mrs, boarding house, W Main, n Main, h do. 
Wiley Elizabeth Mrs., emp Otis Co, h Mrs Mary A. Walsh. 

Lilla M., clerk A. Bryson, h Mrs Mary A. Walsh. 
* Wilkinson William, h IS Park av. 

*Williams Nelson C, overseer dye house Otis Co, h 105 Park. 
Willis Edmund, h J. B. Sibley. 

*James M., carpenter, h ir)2 W Main. 

James, emp Stevens Co, b Mrs Mary Riley. 

Mary A. Mrs, h 17 Bank. 
*Wilson John, second hand spinning room Otis Co, h 100 Park. 

Robert M., (P O Springfield) supt W W Paper Co, h W 
W, n paper mill. 

*William F., foreman bleachery Otis Co, h 77 South. 
Winslow D. R. Mrs, h John do. 

*Edgar D., (F. D. Winslow & Son) blacksmith and wheel- 
wright. West, h Prospect Hill farm, W Ctr rd. 

*Francis D., (F. D. Winslow & Son) blacksmith and 
wheelwright, West, h Prospect Hill farm, W Ctr rd. 

*John T., clerk F. N. Hosmer, h 25 West. 

Sylvia B. Mrs, (Albert) h Park av, n Bank. 

*Waldo F., printer Otis Co, h 10 Prospect. 
W^inter Ernest, back tender W W Paper Co, b William Ballou. 

*Walter M., hairdresser Main, undertaker 1()<S W Main, 
h 1()8 W Main. 
Witherell Sarah Mrs, h S Cottage. 
Wood Annie, weaver Otis Co, h Mrs Elizabeth do. 

SPENCER'S Beef, Iron and WlDe Gives Streogth. 



Remember llie Name and Place. Warl Sheriio, ^':'Z:t 

136 RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 

Wood Clara F. Mrs, h 54 North. 

Elizabeth Mrs, h oO Otis av. 

Lily, h Harry M. Piatt. 
Woodard Mrs, emp Otis Co, b Mrs Eliza A. Converse. 

Jennie Mrs, operative, b John E. Priest. 
Woods Alexander, emp Gilbert Co, b John Ogilvie. 
Woodward William H.. tinsmith, h 99 Pleasant. 
Woolley David, clerk F. N. Hosmer, b H. L. Fairbank. 

*James, dresser tender Stevens Co, b John Haley. 
Woska Henry, emp Otis Co, h West, Larose blk. 
Wylie M. Lena, teacher pianoforte, h Mrs Patrick McMahon. 



*Yale John, fl. D., physician and surgeon, office at 
Yale's drug store, 47 Main, h 67 South. Office hours 
9 to 10 a. m., 2 to 3, 7 to S p. m. 



*Yale Richard B., druggist, Yale blk, 47 Main, h do. 
*Yale William B., dentist, Yale's drug store, 47 Main, h 

67 South. 
Yell Frank, lab, h Louis do. 

Louis, lab, h Morse av. 

Louis Jr, lab, h Louis do. 
Yezuk Albert, h 20 Pine. 
Young Maria F. Mrs, h 7 Monroe. 
Yvon Emerson, weaver Gilbert Co, b Water. 

Mary, weaver Otis Co, b 59 Pleasant. 

Paul, emp Otis Co, b 59 Pleasant. 

Paul, lab, b Lewis Tracy. 



*Zeissig Fred E., emp Calvin Hitchcock, b 27 Pleasant. 

8pencer, Drug'^^ist, 100 Main St. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 137 



^ WARE 

AND 

West Warren 




1 

3TAGE LINE 



E. L WESSON, pmm^i^ 



Leave WARE 6.45 a. M., connecting with trains East and West. 

** '• 10.45 A. M., connecting with trains for the East. 

** •* 3.45 p. M., for trains going East. 

Returning leave WEST WARREN at 8 a. m. 

u 12 M. 

« •* *' ** *• 5.40 p. M. 



LlivePY, Sale and B©apdiHg -Steable 

Single or Double Teams with or without drivers. 



i^^*^**:^Jt: 



Party WagODS and Tally-Ho Coaches 



FURNISHED - - - - 

- - - - TO ORDER- 



* * * * * ^c 



"[" EAMING AND J OBBING. 
Furniture Moving, Etc. All orders promptly attended to. 



E. L. WESSON, 

R£SIDE;NCE: _l_ I I I _L _!_ stablk: 

78 North Street. i" "T "T i- "h -|- Aspen Street. 



138 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



J. H. DONNELLY, 

Headquarters for •♦—— >-^ 



lets 




I^UMBING 



STEAM and 
HOT WATER 




HEATING. 



stoves -:- lE^sixiges -- Fu-ixitds. 

KITCHEN FURNISHINGS, LANTERNS, BRUSHES, ETC. 



8 North St.. Ware. 



Bonin & Deslauriers, 

—DEALERS IN— 

-^Choice Famili) groceries, 



IDI?,-y OOOIDS. 

Crockery, Glassware, Boots, Shoes & Rubbers, Butter, Eggs, Cheese 
# AND FARM PRODUCE. m 

AGENTS FOR | --mm^^ gf^ j CENTRAL^' 
VERMONT^' ' ' *" """' ^""" ^ 

e„5 .*. 




I RAlLROft&r 



^♦- y. 



Tickets to all i>oints in Canada and the West, 
Central Block, Main Street, - - WARE. 



Business Directory. 



Agricultural Implements. 

ROBINSON JOHN F., 50 Main— See adv. 

SIBLEY J. B. & SON, Hitchcock blk, 3!l Main— See adv. 

Architect. 

CUMMINGS H. P. & CO., West— See adv. 

Artists. 

Eddy Matie K, 4 Eddy ct. 

MATHIEU VELLEDA, 15(> W Main— See adv. 

Attorneys and Counsellors-at-Law. 

CONEY H. M., 11 Hitchcock blk— See adv. 

DAVIS HENRY C, Sandford blk, 42 Main— See adv. 

MOORE P. J., l>() Main— See adv. 

Auctioneer. 

Davis B, Frank, South, n R R bridge. 

Bakers. 

Bousquet Francis T., 8 Aspen. 
BYRNS JAMES A., 52 West— See adv. 
Chicoine Mrs Matilda, Maple, n R R. 

SPAULDING'S DOMESTIC BAKERY, (Mrs E. B. Spauld- 
ing Prop) 148 W Main — See adv. 

Banks. 

WARE NATIONAL, (Henry K. Hyde, Cashier) Main— See 

adv. 
WARE SAVINGS, (F. D. Gilmore, Treas) Bank— See adv. 

Bicycles. 

COE & NAYLOR, c Main st and Nenameseck sq — See adv. 
ROBINSON JOHN F., 50 Main— See adv. 
SIBLEY JOHN B. & SON, 31) Main— See adv. 
TURNER H. H., 64 Main— See adv. 



140 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Billiard and Pool Rooms. 

Amazeen & Co., Central blk, Main. 

MANSION HOUSE, Main — See first cover page. 

Bill Poster. 

Hitchcock Henry M., 15 Church. 

Blacksmiths. 

BROWN M. FRANCIS, North— See adv. 

Campbell George P., North. 

Foote & Fearigo, rear Mansion House. 

Minor Jesse, Parker. 

Shepardson Henry C, W Ctr. 

WINSLOW F. D. & SON, West— See adv. 

Boarding Houses. 

Converse Mrs Eliza A., 154 W Main. 

Freeman Mrs Alice, 59 Pleasant. 

Guilderson Mrs Mary, 14 Otis av. 

HARTY MRS M. E., [)i\ Main— See adv. 

Laboissiere Thomas, 61 E Main. 

Lacoste Mrs Mary A., K) Otis av. 

Loomis Carrie, 14 Bank. 

McCrystal Mrs Patrick, 13 Otis av. 

McGrath Mrs Thomas, 15 Otis av. 

McMAHON MRS MARGARET, Morse av— See adv. 

Plante Joseph, Main. 

Riley Mrs Mary, Main, c Parker. 

Shea Mrs Ellen, 12 Otis av. 

Sturtevant Mrs Elizabeth, 21) Pleasant. 

Thibeaudeau Narcisse, 17 Otis av. 

Wilcox Mrs H. H., W Main. 

Booksellers and Stationers. 

JEFFRIES ISAAC, 57 Main— See adv. 
TURNER H. H., (U Main— See adv. 

Boots, Shoes and Rubbers. 

BONIN & DESLAURIERS, Main, n North— See adv. 

COE & NAYLOR, Main, c Nenameseck sq — See adv. 

Dupont Louis N., 78 Pleasant. 

GREY PATRICK E., Grey blk, Nenameseck sq— See adv. 

KEEFE J. & CO, 24 South— See adv. 

Nelson Charles P., 51 Main. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 141 

PEOPLE'S GROCERY STORE, (11. W. Cleveland, Manager) 

Main, c Bank — See adv. 
RICHARDSON ALMER E., 50 Main— See adv. 
ROBINSON H. O., 70 Main— See adv. 
SCHEFFER RICHARD, 108 Main— Sec adv. 
SMITH G. H. W., 80 Main— See adv. 

Boot and Shoe Repairers. 

Bonin L. N., 54 Main. 

Bouvier Xavier, Main. 

Eddy George, Eddy. 

Gaudette Alfred, Main. 

GREY PATRICK E., Grey blk, Nenameseck sq — See adv. 

Hudon Parfait, IK) Canal, 

Pare Joseph, Main. 

Tiffany Owen, Water. 

Bottlers. 

CARYL BROS., Music Hall blk, Bank— See adv. 

McArdle Owen, East. 

Neville James, Grey blk. Water. 

Building Contractors. 

CUMMINGS H. P. & CO., West— See adv. 

GAREAU LOUIS F., Gareau av— See adv. 

Harwood Frank W., W Ctr. 

HATHAWAY E. & L., High, n North— See adv. 

HILLS & ALDRICH, North— See adv. 

MAGRATH HARRY A., Church— See adv. 

Smith Daniel G., 50 North. 

VIGEANT AMEDEE, 26 Spring— See adv. 

Carpenters and Builders. 

Bassett Henry, 16 Bank. 

BUCKLEY JAMES A., Brookside— See adv. 

Charbonneau William, North, r hose house. 

Coney George H., Church. 

CUMMINGS H. P. & CO, West— See adv. 

GAREAU LOUIS F., Gareau av— See adv. 

HATHAWAY E. & L., High, n North— See adv. 

MAGRATH HARRY A., Church— See adv. 

Oakes Bros., 7 Monroe. 

Provancal Philias, Maple av. 

Ruggles Estes S., end W Main. 

Sherman F. L., North. 



142 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Smith Daniel G., 50 North. 

VIGEANT AMEDEE, 26 Spring— See adv. 

Carpet Cleaners. 

PRIEST & SMITH, Monroe— See adv. 

Carpets, Oil Cloths, Etc. 

CLARK F. P. & CO, 104 Main— See adv. 

COE & NAYLOR, c Main st and Nenameseck sq — See adv. 

HITCHCOCK C. & CO, Hitchcock blk. Main— See adv. 

Carriages and Sleighs. 

BOMBARD FELIX, r Mansion House— See adv. 
PARKER CHARLES S., Parker— See adv. 

Chimney Caps. 

MARSH BROS., 48 Main— See adv. 
PERO J. P., Eddy— See adv. 

Cigars and Tobacco. 

Amazeen C. O. & CO, Main. 

BANNOCK GEO. E., Pine— See adv. 

BLOOD F. C. & CO., 62 Main— See adv. 

Canavan William J., 94 Main. 

Charbonneau Louis S., 20 Vigeant. 

HOLDEN GEO. C, 75 Main— See adv. 

JEFFRIES ISAAC, 57 Main— See adv. 

Lapierre Francois, 22 Water. 

McArdle Thomas, East. 

MINER D. W., 37 Main— See adv. 

MULVANY P. J., 78 Main— See adv. 

Neville James, Water. 

PEOPLE'S GROCERY STORE, Main, c Bank— See adv. 

SPENCER F. A., 100 Main— See adv. 

TURNER H. H., 64 Main— See adv. 

YALE R. B., 47 Main— See adv. 

Civil Engineer and Surveyor. 

EATON WM. C, Bank bldg. Main— See adv. 

Clothing and Gents' Furnishings. 

Byrns & Crowley, 58 Main. 

CLARK H. M., 72 Main— See adv. 

Hosmer F. N., Sandford blk, 44 Main. 

MARK SHERWIN, Mansion House blk— See adv. 

Ware Clothing House, (CoUette & L'Heureux, Props) 84 Main. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 143 



Coal and Wood. 

Farrar F. W., 48 Main, Webb blk. 

UTLEY & GILBERT, n Central freight yard and West, c 
Water — See adv. 

Concrete Walks. 

NELLIGAN P. J., end W Main— See adv. 

Confectionery, Fruit, Etc. 

Albertine Joseph A., 90 Main. , 

Amazeen C. O. & Co, Main. 

Canavan W. J., 94 Main. 

Charbonneau Louis S., 20 Vigeant. 

HOLDEN GEO. C, 75 Main— See adv. 

JEFFRIES ISAAC, 57 Main— See adv. 

Lane M. L., Central blk, Main. 

McArdle Thomas, East. 

MULVANY P. J., 78 Main— See adv. 

PEOPLE'S GROCERY STORE, Main, c Bank— See adv. 

ROHAN BROS., Grey blk, Nenameseck sq— See adv. 

Crockery and Glassware. 

BONIN & DESLAURIERS, Main— See adv. 

BRYSON A., ^jS Main— See adv. 

COE & NAYLOR, Main, c Nenameseck sq — See adv. 

HITCHCOCK C. & CO., Hitchcock blk. Main— See adv. 

KEEFE J. & CO, 24 South— See adv. 

Lane M. L., Main. 

PEOPLE'S GROCERY STORE, Main, c Bank— Sec adv. 

Curtains and Fixtures. 

JEFFRIES ISAAC, 57 Main— See adv. 
TURNER H. H., 64 Main— See adv. 

Dentists. 

AINSWORTH D. W., Room 1, Hitchcock blk— See adv. 
BARNARD G. M. C, Room 7, Hitchcock blk— See adv. 
Barrett William O., 54 Main. 
YALE WM. B., 47 Main, Yale's drug store — See adv. 

Dining Rooms. 

CENTRAL DINING ROOMS, (Mrs M. E. Harty, Prop) 96 
and 98 Main — See adv. 



144 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Dressmakers. 

Bacon Azilda, 4 Aspen. 

Bassett Mrs Abbie, 184 W Main. 

Beaudin Lillie M., Maple av. 

Brown M. Jennie, 32 Bank. 

Cardinal Valerie, Water. 

Caron Hermine, 19 Otis av. 

Carroll Anna, 62 Pleasant. 

Chagnon Clearinda, North. 

Cheever Rose P., 23 Bank. 

Collins Nellie A., Main. 

Dillon Mrs Maria, 6 Storrs. 

Dorion Mrs Annie, 30 Eddy. 

Feehan Annie, 10 Monroe. 

Fletcher Mrs H., Main. 

Hamilton Agnes E., Maple, c Morse av. 

Huard Alphonsine, Water. 

MALONEY NELLIE E., Sandford blk. Main— See adv. 

MATHIEU OLIVINE, 156 W Main—See adv. 

McCarty Eliza, 14 West. 

Merriam Mrs Isabella L., 30 South. 

Murphy Margaret, 5 William. 

Nolan Kate, 146 W Main. 

O'Conner Mary E., 102 Main. 

Phaneuf Rosa D., 67 Pleasant. 

Rice Grace A., Church, c High. 

Rousseau Mrs Joseph, North, opp Cottage. 

Sullivan Bridget, Main. 

Sullivan Ellen M., 47 Water. 

Smith Mrs G. H. W., 80 Main. 

Drugs and fledicines. 

BLOOD F. C. & CO, i^'2 Main— See adv. 
MINER D. W. & W. W., 37 Main— See adv. 
SPENCER F. A., 100 Main— See adv. 
YALE RICHARD B., Yale blk, 47 Main— See adv. 

Dry and Fancy Goods. 

BONIN & DESLAURIERS, Central blk, Main— See adv. 

BRYSON A., ()S Main— See adv. 

COE & NAYLOR, c Main and Nenameseck sq — See adv. 

Collins M. & R., Main. 

Downey P. J., 52 Main. 

HITCHCOCK C. & CO, Hitchcock blk, Main— See adv. 

KEEFE J. & Co, 24 South— See adv. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 145 



Lipsky S., pedlar. 

PEOPLE'S GROCERY STORE, c Main and Bank— See adv. 

SMITH H. A. & CO, 45 Main— See adv. 

Storrs Maria, Main. 

Dye House. 

Rheaume Eusebe, off Water, n Smith blk. 

Electro Plater. 

Marsh Fred E., 7 Bank. 

Express Company. 

American, Leland blk, Main. 

Expressmen. 

BREEN ALEXANDER, Sandford blk— See adv. 

Fitzgerald John, William. 

Kennedy James P., North. 

O'Conner John F., Storrs. 

Provost Joseph, West. 

Shea John B., 8 Maple. 

Fish and Oysters. 

ROHAN BROS., Grey blk, Nenameseck sq— See adv. 
Terrien Augustin, North. 

Florist. 

SMITH G. H. W., 80 Main— See adv. 

Flour, Feed and Grain. 

COE & NAYLOR, Main, c Nenameseck sq — See adv. 

HITCHCOCK C. & CO, Main— See adv. 

Lane M. L., Main. 

PEOPLE'S GROCERY STORE, Main— See adv. 

ROHAN BROS., Grey blk, Nenameseck sq— See adv. 

Snow R. C, North. 

Furniture. 

CLARK F. P. & CO., 104 Main— See adv. 
ROBINSON JOHN F., 50 Main— See adv. 

Grocers. 

BONIN & DESLAURIERS, Main— See adv. 

COE & NAYLOR, Main, c Nenameseck sq — See adv. 

Dansereau Alphonse, Main. 



146 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Dupont Louis N., 73 Pleasant. 

HITCHCOCK C. & CO, Hitchcock blk, Main— See adv. 

Jacques Frederick, North, n Pleasant. 

KEEFE J. & CO, ^4 South— See adv. 

Lane M. L., Main. 

Langelier Come, 38 West. 

PEOPLE'S GROCERY STORE, Main— See adv. 

ROHAN BROS, Grey blk, Nenameseck sq— See adv. 

Snow R. C, North. 

Thibeault Edouard, North. 

Hairdressers. 

Bigonness Joseph, Mansion House. 

Bourdeau Henri, Main. 

Cote Joseph, Main. 

Deslauriers A. Mederic, Main. 

Fallon Thomas, Grey blk, Nenameseck sq. 

Mahoney James, Main. 

Smith John H., North. 

Winter W. M., Main. 

Hardware and Cutlery. 

ROBINSON JOHN F., 50 Main— See adv. 
SIBLEY J. B. & SON, 39 Main— See adv. 

Harnessmakers. 

Bonin L. N., 54 Main. 
Gleason Thos. C, North. 

Hides and Tallow. 

Buffington Jesse M., West. 

Hotels. 

HAMPSHIRE HOUSE, (D. A. Jennison, Prop) 55 Main- 
See adv. 
MANSION HOUSE, (F. F. Gilmore, Prop) Main— See adv. 

Ice Cream. 

CENTRAL DINING ROOM, 96 and 98 Main— See adv. 
HOLDEN GEO. C, 75 Main— See adv. 
MULVANY P. J., 78 Main— See adv. 

Ice Dealers. 

WARE ICE CO, (Fisherdick & Lawton Props)— See adv. 



I 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 147 



Insurance Agents. 

DAVIS AGENCY, Sandford blk, Main— Sec adv. 

Lincoln VVm & Co, over National bank. 

Marland Noah. DO Pleasant. 

MP:DCALF WILLIAM, tl Hitchcock blk— Sec adv. 

STORRS BROS, Central blk, Main— See adv. 

Iron Foundry. 

WARE FOUNDRY, (J. P. Pero, Prop) Eddy— Sec adv. 

Job Printers. 

CAPRON R. E., (Ware River News) Hitchcock blk, Main — 

See adv. 
EDDY C. W., (^0 Main— See adv. 
HINCKLEY L. D., Trench blk, Main— See adv. . 

Laundries. 

Chinese Laundry, South, n Water. 

STEAM LAUNDRY, (Priest & Smith, Props) Monroe- 
See adv. 

Lime, Cement, Etc. 

HILLS & ALDRICH, North— See adv. 
WARE LUMBER CO, Mechanic— See adv. 

Livery Stables. 

Bassett Alanson S., W Main. 

BOMBARD P., Parker, r Mansion House— See adv. 

Colburn Philmore, North. 

Gilmore G. F., r Mansion House. 

JENNISON & STURTEVANT, r Hampshire House— See 

adv. 
Weeks Williams H., Church. 
WESSON E. L., Aspen— See adv. 

Lumber Dealers. 

WARE LUMBER CO, Mechanic, opp depot— See adv. 

Manufacturers. 

Eddy George (boots and shoes) Eddy. 
Gilbert Geo. H. Manuf Co, (woolens) South, n Maple. 
GILBERT LOUIS, (soap) North— See adv. 
Otis Company, (cotton goods, hosiery) Nenameseck sq. 
PERO J. P., (chimney caps, hitching posts, castings) Eddy- 
See adv. 



148 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Stevens C. A. & Co, (woolens) Maple. 

WARE LUMBER CO, (packing cases, etc) Mechanic, n 

depot — See adv. 
West Ware Paper Co, (book and roll paper) West Ware. 

Masons and Builders. 

DEMPSEY RICHARD, 23 Water— See adv. 

Feehan Philip, Pleasant. 

Hastings Hiram, 28 Pleasant. 

HILLS & ALDRICH, North— See adv. 

Seery Patrick, 15 Otis av. 

Meat and Provisions. 

BANNOCK GEO. E., Pine— See adv. 

BARNES & PACKARD, Central blk. Main— See adv. 

BULLARD W. E., Hampshire House blk, Main— See adv. 

Chagnon Alphonse A., North. 

CLIFFORD & NOLAN, South, c Water— See adv. 

FENN ELWIN C, 13 Church— See adv. 

GORMLEY & CO, 10 Water— See adv. 

Harper Elie, n Central depot. 

Kane Arthur R., 19 Water. 

OSGOOD & PRESTON, 1) Bank— S6e adv. 

Provost Theophile, Mansion House blk, Main. 

Riendeau Pierre, Dale. 

rierchant Tailors. 

MALBOEUF JOHN, Sandford blk. Main— See adv. 
Moulson Ephraim, Main. 

Milkmen. 

Barney Ersting, W Ctr. . . 

Converse Horace G., Gilbertville Hill rd. 

Cummings Augustus H., North. 

Cummings Jonah W., W Ctr. 

Cummings J. Warren, W Ctr. 

Davis B. Frank, South. 

Dugan Dominick, W Ctr. 

Gibbs Wm. W., (Maple Farm Creamery) n G C. 

Gould John B., W Ctr rd. 

Glancy Patrick, Dist H. 

HIBBEARD JOSEPH B., (Ware Creamery) West— See 

adv. 
Kennedy Daniel S., Hardwick, n Dist 7. 
King Elie, Dist 7, 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 149 

McManus Patrick, W Ctr rd. 
Morse Edward P., Maple. 
Prindiville Michael, W Brookfield rd. 
Rouleau Joseph, Dist 7. 
StGermain Nelson, Dist (>. 
Tucker Brothers, Palmer rd. 

Milliners. 

BRYSON A., 6S Main— See adv. 

Canavan Lucy, 92 Main. 

CHAPIN A. M., 8 Hitchcock blk— See adv. 

Collins M. & R., Main. 

Driscoll A. & J., Main. 

Fletcher Mrs H., Main. 

Storrs Maria, Main. 

Mills. 

Breckenridge W. L., (saw mill) W Ctr. 

Carter Geo. H., (saw mill) Enfield rd. 

Harwood Frank W., (saw and cider mill) W Ctr. 

[See also Manufacturers.] 

Monumental and Granite Works. 

Hampshire Marble Co, West. 
Nelligan James, West. 

NORTON MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS, West, opp 
Water — See adv. 

riusical Goods. 

JEFFRIES ISAAC, 57 Main— See adv. 
TAYLOR'S MUSIC HOUSE, Main— See adv. 
TURNER H. H., 64 Main— See adv. 

Newsdealers. 

Canavan W. J., Main. 
JEFFRIES ISAAC, 57 Main— See adv. 
McBride Edward, (Sunday) 100 Main. 
TURNER H. H., 64 Main— See adv. 

Newspapers. 

WARE RIVER NEWS, Thursdays, independent, eight pages, 
estab 1887, R. E. Capron editor and publisher. Office, 
Hitchcock blk. Main. 

Ware Gazette, Fridays, republican, four pages, estab 1832, 



150 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



printed at Barre, H. C. Davis local editor. Office, Sandford 

blk, Main. 
Ware Standard, Fridays, republican, four pages, estab 1856, 

printed at Palmer, C. W. Eddy local editor. Office, 60 

Main. 

Nurses. 

BACON SUSAN S. MRS, 63 South— See adv.' 
Sullivan Jane Mrs, 136 W Main. 

Painters and Paper Hangers. 

CAMPBELL MALCOLM M., Eddy— See adv. 
Clements Chas. H., 42 South. 
Culhane James H., Pleasant. 
Cummings Wm. G., W Ctr. 
Harrington Frank D., Clinton. 
Hastings John H., 28 Pleasant. 
Hitchcock Henry M., 15 Church. 
Howard Warren V., Palmer rd. 
McCarty Eugene, 52 Water. 
Mott John F., High. 
Nickerson Chas. A., 10 Eddy. 
Pratt & Holden, Pleasant. 

RICHMOND CHAS. H., (carriage and ornamental) North- 
See adv. 
Scott Wm. B., 22 Prospect. 
Shea James J., Clifford av. 
Tobin Thomas, 34 Pleasant. 

Paints, Oils, Glass; Etc. 

ROBINSON JOHN F., 50 Main— See adv. 
SIBLEY J. B. & SON, 39 Main— See adv. 

Paper Hangings. 

JEFFRIES ISAAC, 57 Main— See adv. 
TURNER H. H., 64 Main— See adv. 

Photographers. 

Dexter Joseph C, Main. 

Harlow Alvin B., Main. 

LYON & CO, 106 Main— Sec adv. 

Physicians. 

AUGER A. A., Central blk, Main— See adv. 
GENDRON J. A., North, c Pleasant— See adv. . 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. '151 



GUILD EDGAR H., Gi; Main— Sec adv. 
HAYES J. G., Sandfoi-d blk, Main— Sec adv. 
JONES W. B., 102 Main— See adv. 
MINER D. W., a? Main— See adv. 
MINER W. W., 37 Main— See adv. 
RYAN D. M., 54 Main— See adv. 
SPENCER GEO. F. A., Church— See adv. 
YALE JOHN, 47 Main— See adv. 

Pianos, Organs, Etc. 

CLARK F. P. & CO., 104 Main— See adv. 
McMahon Mrs Patrick, 20 Water. 
TAYLOR'S MUSIC HOUSE, Main— See adv. 

Picture Framer. 

JEFFRIES ISAAC, 57 Main— See adv. 

Plumbers. 

DONNELLY JOHN H., 8 North— See adv. 
DUNHAM WASHINGTON S., Bank— See adv. 
Green John B. & Son, North. 
Harrington Robert G., West. 
MARSH BROS, 48 Main— See adv. 

Real Estate Dealers. 

Barnes Henry F., W Main. 

DAVIS AGENCY, Sandford blk, Main— See adv. 
DUMAS JOSEPH JR.. Aspen— See adv. 
MORSE SAMUEL, Ross av.— See adv. 
STORRS J. H. & SONS, Central blk— See adv. 

Saloons. 

CARYL BROS, Music Hall blk. Bank— See adv. 

Haley George, Water. 

Hennessey John, Water. 

McArdle Owen, Pine. 

Neville James, Water. 

Volk Wm. J., North. 

Sewer and Drain Pipe. 

WARE LUMBER CO, Mechanic, n depot— See adv. 

Sewing Machines. 

CLARK F. P. & CO, 104 Main— See adv. 
GUERTIN ALFRED, South, c Water— See adv. 



152 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



POIST GEORGE (sewing machine supplies) Main, c North — 

See adv. 
ROBINSON JOHN F., 50 Main— See adv. 

Sign Painters. 

Campbell Malcolm M., 21 Eddy. 
Gorham A. T., 59 1-2 Pleasant. 

Sporting Goods. 

JEFFRIES ISAAC, 57 Main— See adv. 
ROBINSON JOHN F., 50 Main— See adv. 
SIBLEY J. B. & SON, 39 Main— See adv. 
TURNER H. H., 64 Main— See adv. 

Steam and Qas Fitters. 

DONNELLY J. H., North— See adv. 

Harrington R. G., West. 

MARSH BROS., 48 Main— See adv. 

Steamship and Ticket Agents. 

BONIN & DESLAURIERS, Main— See adv. 
CLARK HENRY M., Main— See adv. 
Collette & L'Heureux, Main. 
KEEFE J. & CO., South— See adv. 
MEDCALF WILLIAM, Hitchcock blk— See adv. 

Stoves and Ranges. 

DONNELLY JOHN H., 8 North— See adv. 
DUNHAM WASHINGTON S., Bank— See adv. 
Green John B. & Son, North. 
MARSH BROS, 48 Main— See adv. 

Teachers. 

Breckenridge Mary C, (physical culture) Hitchcock blk. 

DAY PROF. WM. O., (music) 11 Pleasant— See adv. 

DAY MRS. A. H., (dancing) 11 Pleasant— See adv. 

Eddy Matie K., (oil and crayon) Eddy ct. 

Hyde Isabella, (languages) 27 Pleasant. 

Kennedy Catherine, (music) Prospect. 

MATHIEU VELLEDA, (pianoforte) 15(5 W Main— See adv. 

Pierce Lillian, (elocution) 16 Hitchcock blk. 

Root Mary S., (music) 62 North. 

Taylor Mary E., (private) 78 South. 

Warner Ada M., (music) Church 

Wylie M. Lena, (piano) 20 Water. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 153 

Teaming and Jobbing. 

BREEN ALEXANDER, 4 Parker— See adv. 

Berard Joseph, East. 

Davis B. Frank Jr, Palmer rd. 

Fairbank Rufus C, W Main. 

Shea John B., 8 Maple. 

WESSON GEO. C, GO North— See adv. 

WESSON E. L., Aspen— See adv. 

Tinsmiths. 

DONNELLY JOHN H., 8 North— See adv. 
DUNHAM WASHINGTON S., Bank— See adv. 
Green J. B. & Son, North. 
MARSH BROS., 48 Main— See adv. 

Undertakers. 

KEEFE J. & CO, 24 South— See adv. 

LAMBERT JOHN W., Grey blk, c Water— See adv. 

Winter W. M., 1G8 W Main. 

Upholsterers. 

CLARK F. P. & CO, 104 Main— See adv. 
Koehler G. Adolph, Palmer rd. 

Veterinary Surgeon. 

ETIENNE A. A., Central blk,Main— See adv. 

Watches and Jewelry. 

BASSETT FRANCIS L., 56 Main— See adv. 
Gamwell George M., (repairer) West Ware. 
HOWARD E. D., 46 Main— See adv. 
SMITH G. H. W., 80 Main— See adv. 

Wheelwrights. 

Breckenridge Wm. L., W Ctr. 
BROWN M. F., North— See adv. 
Campbell Geo. P., North. 
Shepardson Henry C, W Ctr. 
Stearns Alonzo, North. 
Winslow F. D. & Son, West. 

Wood Dealers. 

Coney William F , Church. 

DUMAS JOSEPH JR., Aspen— See adv. 



154 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Hathaway & Coney, Pleasant. 
Marsh Wm. C, North, opp High. 
Merrick William, West. 
Morse Wm. W., near B T. 
Snow R. C, North. 



Jennison & Stiirteyant, 



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Livery and 
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SINGLE OR DOUBLE TEAMS FURNISHED 
WITH OR WITHOUT DRIVERS , 



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Stable Rear Hampshire House, WARE. 



Alexander Breen, 




I EXPRESS. 



Bupnifeupe 32©T/iHg. Liighfe beaming 

jjggg^^^^Order Slate, 42 Main St 

RESIDENCE: NO. 4 PARKER ST., WARE. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 155 



P. E. GREY, 




I I I M I I I I I I ■' I M I M I I I I I I I I I I I I I rx 

AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR. 
Cavity and Arterial Embalming. =:= =:= Coffins, Caskets and Robes 

Constantly on hand. 
Flowers furnished on all occasions. Satisfaction Guaranteed, 

— ALSO DEALER LN — ... 

BOOTS, SHOES AND RUBBERS. 

Undertaking Rooms and Store, Nenameseck Sq., Corner Water St. 
Residence, 50 Church Street, WARE. 

JOHN W. LAMBERT. 

Hugh Gormley & Co., 

DEALERS IN 

(Choice /bleats & Provisions 

ALSO 

FARMERS' PRODUCE, CANNED GOODS, ETC. 



hzO 



^>.^. FISH, I lYSTERS, 



CSmok:eci 1-Ia.libu.t. 

FRUIT OF ALL KINDS GOODS DELIVERED 

IN THEIR SEASON. . . . FREE OF CHARGE. . 

lO Water St., Ware. 



156 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



J. KEEFE & CO., 



-DEALERS IN- 



Choice Family Groceries, 

IDR^Y OOOIDS. 

BOOTS, SHOES A RUBBERS, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, ETC., 



The Best Brands of FLOUR in 
town Always in Stock 



— ALSO— 



PSKiliiir/ ** Undertaker, 



Caskets, Coffins, Robes and everything pertaining to General Undei^^ 
taking furnished at Short Notice. Embalming a Specialty. 



24 Sotatln St., - - - Ware. 

L.D.HINCKLEY, 
-if4^- job printing. 



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LIFE AND ACCIDENT 



INSURANCE. 



Trench's Block, WARE. 



Miscellaneous Information 



LE(;al Holidays — Washington's l^irthday, Feb. 22 ; Me- 
morial Day, May 30; Fourth of July; Labor Day, 1st Monday 
in September ; Christmas, December 25 ; Fast Day, in April, 
appointed by governor; Thanksgiving, in November, ap- 
pointed by governor. 

Political Districts — Ware is in the 2d Congressional, 
7th Councillor, Worcester-Hampshire Senatorial, and oth 
Hampshire Representative districts. 

PosTOFFicE Arrangements — Postmaster, A. J. Davis; 
assistant postmaster, L. E. StOnge, Office hours : (l 30 a. m. 
to <S p. m. week days except Saturdays, when closes at >>.30. 
Money order department closed from 1 to 2 and (> to 7 p. m. 

Rent Schedule Town Hall, approved July 1, l'Sl)2 — 
Grand concert and ball, to 12 o'clock or later, $30; traveling 
and local shows, concerts, lectures, and all entertainments of a 
speculative nature, from 7 to 10 and later, $25 ; two nights, 
$40; three, $60; four, $75; five," $1)0 ; six, $100; so-called 
fairs, coffee parties for religious purposes, $15; two nights, 
$2(S ; three, $40 ; six, $80; band and other speculative fairs, 
three nights, $50 ; six, $100 ; all entertainments for charitable 
or religious purposes, $13 ; two nights, $25 ; dance for same, $15 ; 
lectures and panoramas for religious and charitable purposes, 
from 7 to 9.30, $10; temperance lecture, $7 ; political rally, 
$5 ; Sunday night temperance and religious meetings, $7 ; 
stage lights for rehearsals, $2 ; court and ante-rooms for 
lectures and meetings, $2; court room for dances, $1 per 
hour; hall, court and ante-rooms for caucuses and town busi- 
ness, free; May 30 G. A. R. exercises, free; high school exer- 
cises and reunions, free ; fire department one night for expenses ; 
all charitable, religious and social institutions in Ware to have 
use of hall to hold meetings or conventions, Sundays or week 
days, without charge, provided no gas is used, and no one 
society to so have it more than twice in one year. [Subject to 
revision by selectmen.] 

Stage and 'Bus Lines — Hotel barges connect with all 
trains and carry passengers to and from any part of the village 



158 



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 



for 10 cents. For Ware and West Warren stage line see 
page 137. 

Store-Closing — With few exceptions the stores and other 
business places are closed Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 
evenings at 6 o'clock. 

Telephone Pay Station — Located at Spencer's drug 
store, 100 Main. Hours : 7 a. m. to p. m. ; Sundays, 9 to 
10 a. m., 5 to 6 p. m. ; holidays, 7 to 10 a. m. Long Distance 
connections. 

Town Meetings and Elections — Annual town meeting 
last Monday in March. State election first Tue^diy after first 
Monday in November. 

Town Statistics — Population, 7321) ; valuation personal 
estate, $1,023,280; valuation real estate, $2,864,140: total, 
$3,889,420 ; tax rate, town, county and state, $14 ; polls assessed, 
1732; horses, 5()2 ; cows, 779; sheep, 109; neat stock, 254; 
swine, 59 ; dwellings, 810 ; acres, 1(), 570 ; dogs, 400. Valuation 
fire district, $3,592,655; tax rate, $1.80. 

Western Union Telegraph Office — Located at depot. 
Manager, Miss Louisa E. Pond. Office hours: 8 a. m. to 12, 
1 to 6 and 7 to 8 p. m. ; Sundays, 9 to 10 a. m., 5 to G p. m. ; 
holidays, 8 to 10, 4 to 6. 

C. H. RICHMOND, 

Carriage • and Ornamental • Painter. 




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MRRIflGE TRIMMING AND REPAIRING 



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IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 



i^^All work promptly done. 

NorthL Street, - - - WARE. 

CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, WEST ST. — RESIDENCE, 83 WEST ST. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



159 



WARE BAKERY. 



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Fancy Cales For Parties and Weddims a Specialty. 

JAGENT F0R5 — — 

Carr's Celebrated Crack:ers & Biscijiits, 



6^ WEST ST., WARK. 



160 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



William Medealf, 

I 



INSURANCE 



REPKESENTING THE 

STRONGEST • AND • BEST • COMPANIES • IN • THE • WORLD. 



jSATES THE LOWEST 

Consistent with safety. «®-AlI Losses Promptly Adjusted. 



ROOM 9, HITCHCOCK'S BLOCK, WARE. 



Amedee Vigeant: 



(Contractor & j^uilder, 



^e PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS k^ 

And rvlaterial KtJ.rnisl3.ed if Desired. 



OFFICE AND RESIDENCE: 26 SPRING STREET. 
P. O. Box 365, ^^^— ,^M 



niscellaneous Officers, 



Agent for Society for Prevention of Cruelty to 
Animals, Frank P. Smith, Ware. 

Agent for Society for Prevention of Cruelty to 
Children, Charles E. Blood, Ware. 

District Attorney, Hampshire and Franklin Counties, 
John A. Aiken, Greenfield. 

Justices of the Peace, H. M. Coney, H. C. Davis, 
George W. Dunham, William C. Eaton, Frederick D. Gilmorc, 
William H. Hall, William Medcalf, P. J. Moore, William N. 
Newcomb, Aimer F. Richardson, George D. Storrs, Charles E. 
Stevens, George E. Tucker. 

Medical Examiner, Ware, Belchertown, Enfield, Green- 
wich and Prescott, Dr. David W. Miner, Ware. 

Public Notaries, William C. Eaton, Frederick D. Gilmore, 
(receives complaints and issues warrants), 

WILLIAM C. EATON, 



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Surveijor and Civil Engineer, 




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CONVEYANCER AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 

— :— ROOMS WITH THE LINCOLN INSURANCE AGENCY. -:— 



Ot^E/^ WARE NATIONAL BANK. 



162 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



H. O. ROBINSON, 

CENTRAL 




shoe; store 



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NIAIN ST, - . - WARE. 

John Malboeuf, 

!merchant tailor! 



Custom Suits Hade in ^ ^ ^ ^ 
All the Latest Styles. 



A FULL LINE OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS AND 

TRIMMINGS. 

SANDFORD'S BLOCK, - - - MAIN ST., WARE. 



W. E. BULLARD, 



— DEALER IN — 



Choice Meats and Provisions, 

Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork, Hams, Bacon, Tongues, Etc. Vegetables of all 
kinds. Poultry and Game in their Season. 



All Goods Delivered Free of Expense.. 



HAMPSHIRE HOUSE BLOCK, WARE. 



GEORGE POIST, 

GENERAL REPAIR SHOP. 

Sewing Machines of all kinds, Locks, Shears, Keys, Umbrellas and Parasols 

Repaired at Reasonable Prices. 
Sewing Machine Supplies. Agent for the DOMESTIC MACHINES. 

Clothing Cleaned, Repaired and Pressed. 

Centra/ Block, Main, Cor. North Street. Up one flight. 



PLAN OF TOWN HALL. 



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164 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

1S74. 1892 

Aimer F. Richardson's 

OLD ESTABLISHED AND THOROUGHLY RELIABLE SHOE STORE. 
WE CARRY IN STOCK A LARGE VARIETY OF 



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Boots T 3hoes 

AND 

SLIPPERS 




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Selected with special reference to the varied wants of the community. 
••^>^AI.L GOODS WAKRANTi^O AS IlEPKESi:NTKD.t:<<-«.. 

SIGN OF GULDEN BOOT, - - MAIN ST., WARE, 



ALFRED GU RUTIN 



AGENT FOR THE 



SIN6ER SEWING MACHINE. 

THE BEST MACHINE FOR ALL PURPOSES 
IN THE MARKET. 

Does more and better work, with less labor, than any other. 



GET THE BKST. - 



MACHINES SOLD AT PRICES AS LOW AS ANY DEALER IN CITY OR COUNTRY. 



I:F"CALL and SEE ME BEFORE BUYING. 
WATER, COR. SOUTH ST., - - . . . WARE. 



Distances and Fares. 





BY TRAIN 


BY CARRIAGE 




Distance 


Fare 


Distance 


Fare 


Albany, via Palmer, 


127 


$;i.i)(; 






Amherst, 


23 


(58 


18 


$4.00 


Athol, 






25 


5.00 


via Baldwinville, 


44 








Baldwinville, 


32 


70 


25 


5.00 


Barre, ^ 


14 


21) 


14 


3.00 


Barre Plains, 


12 


'Ih 


12 


2.50 


Belchertown, 


13 


42 


10 


2.00 


Bondville, 


7 


21 


7 


1.50 


Boston, via Central, 


75 


1.50 






via Palmer, 


i)() 


2.18 






Brimfield, 






8 


1.50 


Brookfield, 






10 


2.00 


via Palmer, 


38 


GG 






Chicopee Falls, 






25 


5.00 


via Springfield, 


31 






'■ 


Coldbrook, 


15 


3() 


14 


3.00 


Dana, 






12 


2.50 


East Brookfield, 






12 


2.50 


via Palmer, 


34 


72 






Enfield, 






7 


1.50 


Forest Lake, (round trip) 


6 


35 


7 


1.50 


Gilbertville, 


4 


09 


4 


1.25 


Greenwich, 






10 


2.00 


Greenwich Village, 






10 


2.00 


Hardwick, 


10 


21 


7 


1.50 


Hardwick Pond, 






4 


1.25 


Holyoke, 






25 


5.00 


via Springfield, 


35 


84 






via Northampton, 


38 


1.18 






Hudson, 


47 


1)7 






Indian Orchard, 






11) 


4.00 


via Palmer, 


21 


50 






Jefferson, 


27 


57 






Ludlow, 


21 


50 


17 


3.50 


Monson, 


16 


42 


14 


3.00 



166 



DISTANCES AND FARES. 





BY TRAIN 1 


BY CARRIAGE 




Distance 

8 


Fare 


Distance 


Fare 


New Braintree, 


$ 15 


8 


$2.00 


New York, via Springfield, 


163 


3.35 






Northampton, 


31 


93 


25 


5.00 


North Brookfield, 






11 


2.00 


via Palmer, 


41 


84 






North Dana, 






14 


3.00 


North Prescott, 






15 


3.00 


North Wilbraham, 


17 


40 


20 


4.00 


Oakdale, 


34 


71 






Oakham, 






15 


3.00 


Old Furnace, 


9 


21 


7 


1.50 


Orange, 






25 


5.00 


via Baldwinviile, 


49 








Palmer, , 


12 


27 


10 


2.00 


Pansy Park, 


17 


53 


13 


2.50 


Pelham, 






12 


2.50 


Petersham, 






14 


3.00 


Prescott, 






12 


2.50 


Rutland, 


21 


45 


20 


4.00 


Shutesbury, 






17 


3.50 


Spencer, 






16 


3.00 


via Palmer, 


35 


87 






Springfield, 






25 


5.00 


via Palmer, 


27 


63 






Thorndike, 


8 


21 


8 


1.50 


Three Rivers, 






10 


2.00 


via Palmer, 


15 


42 






Wales, 






16 


3.00 


Waltham, 


65 


1.33 






Warrenh, 






7 


1.50 


via Palmer, 


23 


52 






West Brimficld, via Palmer, 


17 


40 






West Brookfield, 






7 


1.50 


via Palmer, 


30 


40 






West Ware, 






6 


1.50 


West Warren, 






4.H 


1.25 


via stage, 






^% 


.40 


via Palmer, 


21 


48 






Williamsville, 


21 


50 






Winchendon, 


37 


86 






Worcester, 






27 


5.00 


via Palmer, 


51 


1.17 






via Oakdale, 


44 


1.00 







ADVERTISEMENTS. 



167 



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I WARE CREAMERY, 



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Wholesale and Retail 



DEALER IN 



MILK, BUTTER 

AND 

^ CREAM. ^( 

Orders left at P, O. Box 981 will be promptly attended to. 



m Joseph Hibbeard, Prop, m 



People's Grocery Store, 

H. W. Cleveland, flanager. 




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Best Flour 



IN THE MARKET. 



Our stock of GROCERIES and PROVISIONS is always kept fresh and 
everything is sold at the Lowest Prices. Also 

-0^^BOOTS, SHOES AND RUBBERS^sEf:*^ 

AND SMALL WAKES. 

P^rtiit, Confectionery and. Cigars- 

COR. MAIN AND BANK STREETS, WARE, 



168 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



E. & L. HATHAWAY, 




ESTIMATES, 

Plans and Specifications 

FURNISHED 

As Desired. :- 

♦ » ♦ » * * 

All Orders Promptly Attended to. 

Residence: High St., near North, WARE, 

Osgood & Preston, 

— DEALERS IN — 

Choice Meats and Provisions, 



KINDS IN- THEIR SEASON 



m 



POULTRY A SPECIALTY 



9 BANK STREET. WARE 



NELLIE E, MALONBY. 



*^ Ladies' Fine Dressmaking, p* 

Ladies' and Children's Suits and Outside Garments cut and made 
with careful attention to wants of Customers. 

Cutting and basting a specialty : : : : 

SANDFORD'S BLOCK. - - MAIN ST.. WARE. 



Court Record. 



SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT. 

Sittings: At Northampton, od Tuesday in April; Law 
term, first Monday after second Tuesday in September; odd 
years in Greenfield. 



SUPERIOR COURT. 

Sittings : At Northampton, Civil term, 3d Monday in 
February and October, and 1st Monday in June; Criminal 
term, 2d Monday in June and 3d Monday in December. 



DISTRICT COURT OF HAMPSHIRE COUNTY. 

William P. Strickland, Judge. H. H. Ciiilson, Clerk. 

Special Justices, A. J. Fargo, Easthampton ; R. W. Lyman, 

Belchertown. 

Sittings : At Northampton every week day except 1st and 
3d Wednesdays and 2d and 4th Fridays of each month and 
legal holidays ; at Amherst, 1st and 3d Wednesdays of each 
month; at Cummington, at option of Judge; at Belchertown, 
1st and 3d Thursdays of each month ; at Huntingon, 2d and 
4th Thursdays of each month ; at Ware, every Friday fore- 
noon ; at Easthampton, at option of Judge. 



PROBATE COURT. 
William G. Bassett, Judge. H. M. Abbott, Register. 

Sittings : At Northampton, on the first Tuesday of every 
month ; at Belchertown, on the 2d Tuesday of May and 
October; at Williamsburg, on the 3d Tuesday of May 
and October; at Amherst, on the 2d Tuesday of January, 
March, June, August and November; at Ware, 2d Tuesday of 
February, 3d Tuesday of June and 2d Tuesdays of September 
and December. 

Court of Insolvency, at the option of the Judge. 



170 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



N0RT0N8' MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS, 

WEST, OPP. WATER STEEET, WARE. 

MARBLE AND GRANITE MANUFACTURERS. 

DEALERS IN 

•I'MONUMENTS, TABLETS, ENCLOSURES AND CEMETERY W0RK4- 

OF ALL KINDS; ALSO 

CUKBING, POSTS, UNDEKPINNING, STEPS, ETC. 
Best of Work at Reasonable Prices. 

Cleaning and Lettering Monuments 
in the Cemetery a Specialty 



Monumental Designing of all Descriptions. -:- -:- 

M, M. NORTON, JR. J. W. NORTON. M. M. NORTON, SR. 



M. F. BROWN, 

! BLACKSMITH 

i AND 

y Carriage Manufacturer. 

f\ [-JQR 8E8H0E1NG Jl SPECIALTY j 



Light and Heavy Carriage Work in all its 
branches. All work warranted. =:= =:= 

SHOP NORTH STREET, WARE. (Campbell's Old Stand.) 

James A. Buckley, 
QONTRACTOR iP BUjLDER, 




mm r10BJBI]SrC3- --:- 

1^^ si PROMPT l-y ATTBAIDED TO. 



SHOP AND KESIDENCE: BROOKSIDE, OFF SOUTH ST., WARE. 



County Officers. 



Clerk of Courts, (salary $2^00) William H. Clapp, 
Northampton. 

County Auditors, William G. l^assett, William H. Clapp, 
H. M. Abbott. 

County Commissioners, (salaries $1()00) Elisha A. Ed- 
wards, Southampton, term expires December, 1894 ; Willis W. 
Strong, Northampton, term expires December, 18112 ; Samuel 
M. Cook, Granby, term expires December, 1893. Meet at 
Northampton 1st Tuesday in March, September and December 
and Tuesday next after 2d Monday in June at 9 a. m. 

County Treasurer, (salary $800) Lewis Warner, 
Northampton. 

Court Messenger, E. T. Hervey. 

Deputy Sheriffs, Ansel Wright, E. T. Ht^rvey, Northamp- 
ton ; W. W. Smith, Amherst; J. W.Flint, Enfield; Thomas 
A. Orcutt, Florence; Edwin E. Janes, Easthampton ; John P. 
Taylor, South Hadley ; Reuben Bell, Hadley ; William Burnett, 
Belchertown ; Marshall J. Jenkins, Cummington ; Jason H. 
Fiske, Huntington; D M. Donaldson, South Hadley; H. O. 
Caryl, M. Fitzgerald, Ware ; Henry A.Bisbee, Williamsburg. 

Jailer and Master of House of Correction, Jairus 
E. Clark. 

Judge of Probate and Insolvency, (salary $1400) Wm. 
G. Bassett, Northampton. 

Probation Officer, George L. Harris, Northampton. 

Register of Deeds, Robert W. Lyman, Belchertown. 

Register of Probate, (salary $1400) Hubbard M. Ab- 
bott, Northampton. 

Sheriff, (salary $1000) Jairus E. Clark; ofhce Northamp- 
ton jail. 

Special Commissioners, Charles E. Blood, Ware, term 
expires December. 1892 ; Charles K. Brewster, Worthington, 
term expires December, 1892. 



172 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Taylor's Music House, 

412 IVEAIN STREET, 

STDringfLelci; .... i^ass 




PIANOS AND ORGANS. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



173 



W. S. DUNHAM, 

^™^l FURNACES I «^^«^ 

AND ALL KINDS HEATING APPARATUS. 



q--^i«>^ 



PLUMBING. 




QJ^Q^'V 



TINNING. 



cfT^gj&b 



Plumbing, Tinning, Piping and General Jobbing. 

Careful Attention given all Orders. 



7 and ii Bank SL, 



Ware. 



Q 



Richard Dempsey, 



03SrTR.^0T0Ft & Iwfli^SOISr. 



(F 



w^ 



ORDERS FOR 

STONE WORK AND PIPE LAYING OF ALL KINDS 

PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



23 Water Street, Grey's Block, 



WARE. 



Mag^loire Tetrault, 



—DEALER IN— 



WASHING MACHINES, 

CLOTHES WRINGERS 

AND AIuL. WASHING REQUISITES j I < »^ 



Office and Residence: North St., 0pp. Cottage, WARE. P. O. Box 585 



174 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Rohan Brothers 



-Jf •?'? -X- -K- 45- 



Groceries and Provisions 



■jt * ->5- -X- -yc 



FPLOIDXJOHl, Eto. 

We keep a large, fresh stock of goods aud guarantee satisfaction. 



IZ" 



CentraL }>4S^^j Market 



Fish, Oysters, Clams, Lobsters, Canned Goods, 

Grey's Block, Nenameseck Sq., WARE. 

OLIVINE MATHIEU, 
4 FASHIONABLE • DRESSMRKING I- 



Evening Dresses A Specialty, 



Cutting by the Taylor System. 

NO. 156 WEST MAIN STREET, WARE, 

Central DiNiNG Rooms, 

MRS. M. E. HARTY, Proprietor. 

BOARD BY THE OAY. * MEALS TO ORDER AT ANY HOUR. 

•..^>^HOUHS 6 TO 8, 12 TO 2, 6 TO T.C=$^- 

REGULAR DINNER 25c._e..^:EE^^ 

96 MAIN STREET, OPP. NORTH STREET, WARE. 

c>oO<^>~J. 

OPEN TILL 11 P. M. - - 98 Main Street. 



Changes and Additions. 



Allard Joseph H., rem Gilbcrtvillc Valley rd. 

Avery Hattie Mrs, rem Bank. 

Bourdeau Joseph, rem 75 North. 

Carter Frank \V., rem Springfield. 

Cayer Rev P. N., rem rm 2 Hitchcock blk. 

Corbett Hannah Mrs, deceased. 

Crowell Joshua P., deceased. 

Dalrymple George E., agent B. & A R R, h Maple, Stevens blk. 

Deery Edward, rem Vernon. 

Donnelly Michael and John H., rem Cummings farm, old W 

Warren rd. 
Geoffroy Rev L., rem from town. 
Gibbs Lambert Mrs, h Canterbury house. Church. 
Gladding Charles P., rem from town. 
Graves Alfred J., emp Ware Lumber Co, h Eddy ct. 
Haley John, voter. 

Hall Frederick, emp Ware Lumber Co. 
Irwin Archibald, b Kenneth G. MacQuarrie. 
Kane Francis, deceased. 
Keith Alvin H., rem Manchester, N. H. 
Lariviere Frederick, voter. 
Lemoine Joseph, voter. 

Lothrop Relief A. Mrs, rem Riverside, Cal. 
MacQuarrie Kenneth G., rem W Main. 
McQuade Sarah, deceased. 
Medcalf Myrtle A., rms Hitchcock blk. 
Montague William, deceased. 
O'Leary Rev John P., rem Holyoke. 
Quilter Margaret Mrs, deceased. 
Rugg Fred. O., rem Pawtucket, R. L 
Shepardson Henry C, rem Nebraska. 
Smith George H. W., rem 14S W Main. 
Stevens D. G., dressmaker, 1(3 Church, b do. 
Sturtevant Frederick V., rem Springfield. 
Sullivan William, clerk Mansion house. 
Winslow Waldo F., rms Hitchcock blk. 
Zeissig Fred. E., h High. 

[For Business Changes see Page 180.I 



176 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



George C. Holden, 

Ice Cream Parlors. 



CHOICE FRUIT, CONFECTIONERY, 
NUTS, 



FINE CKiAKS AND TOBACCO. 



Soda. Tonics, Etc. 



OYSTERS IN THEIR SEASON. 



75 MAIN STREET, WAEE. 



George E. Bannock, 



-•-DEALER IN- 



-#^'-1} FARM PRODUCE, f'^l^ 

Tea, Coffee, Canned Goods, Confectionery, Nuts, Cigars, Tobacco, Etc. 
PINE S! REET, - - - WARE. 

SCHEFFER, 

DEALER IN 

Boots 'M Shoes 

AND 




l^ubbers, 



MAIN STREET, - - WARE. 



E. a. BARNES, H. O. PACKARD. 

BARNES & PACKARD, 

DEALERS IN 

CHOICE AlEATS AND PROVISIONS, 

Vegetables of all kinds in their Season. Canned Goods, Etc. 

All Goods Delivered Promptly Free of Charge. 

CENTRAL BLOCK, MAIN ST., - - - WARE. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



177 



WARE STEAM LAUNDRY 




Pna 



Office at H. M. Clark's, flain St. 



Priest & Smith, Props., Monroe St , Ware. 

Dr. Miner's Drug Store 

37 MAIN STREET, WARE. 




DRUGS AND CHEMICALS, 




TOILET AND FANCY ARTICLES 

At Reasonable Prices 



SAMUEL MORSE 



- I^eal GsfatG - - 



DEALER IN 



Good House Lots near the 
Depot for Sale at Reason- 
able Prices. 

TENEMENTS TO RENT. 



NO. 2 ROSS AVENUE, N£AR CENTRAL FREIGHT OFFICE. 

CLIFFORD & NOLAN. 

DEALERS IN 

CHOICE MEATS AND PROVISIONS. 

VEOKTABIvES 

OF ALL KINDS IN THEIR SEASON. 

FRUIT, Etc., Etc, 

CORNER WATER AND SOUTH STREETS, - - WARE 




178 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



-wii' .: ,,, If 

SOLE AGENTS FOR THE 

AMERICAN CHIMNEY CAP. 

The Best In the Market. 




iMarsh Brothers, 



-DEALERS IN- 



STOVES, RANGES, 
EURNACE8, 

TINWARE), Etc. 

PLUMBING, 

Pipe Fitting, Tinning & Gen- 
eral Jobbing. 



)l 




.48 MAIN STREET, WARE. 



g)HOTOGRAPHS. 



© © © 



We shall be pleased to have you call on us and inspect our 
work. We can supply the latest styles in 

PHOTOGRAPHS AND CRAYONS. 

^ prices: 5) 

PhiotographLS, - = S2.50 to $ 3.50. 

Crayons -withi PVame, $500 to $2500. 

PICTU-RBS COPIED AAJt> E)N L AKG ED. 

First-CIass Worl<: Guaranteed at Reasonable Prices 



Lyon & Co., Leadini Pliotograpliers, WARE. 



180 



CHANGES AND ADDITIONS. 



Business Changes. 

Breckenridge W. L., sold mill Farnum Aldrich. 

Converse H. G., sold milk route Tucker Brothers. 

Holden George C, sold store A. D. Talbert. 

Inspector of Food : Dr. D. M. Ryan. 

Rod and Gun Club: Membership limit increased to 75; A. 

J. Davis, steward. 
School Changes : 1st grade Unitarian church vestry closed, 

Miss Clara Ladd transferred to No. 8 ; No. 7 reopened, 

Miss Maggie Murphy teacher 
Spaulding E. B. Mrs, sold Domestic bakery Murphy & Calder. 
Wesson E. L., rem stable W Main, Sturtevant barn. 



By=Laws Town of Ware, 




Hampshire County, Massachusetts. 



CHAPTER I. 

Section i . It shall be the duty of the Truant Officers to ascertain from time 
to time what children there are in this town, between the ages of seven and 
fifteen years, who are habitual truants, and also concerning children wander- 
ing about the streets and public places in this town, having no lawful occupa- 
tion or business, not attending school and growing up in ignorance, and such 
children as persistently violate the reasonable rules and regulations of the 
common schools, and report the names of the same to the School Committee ; 
and said officers shall also use all suitable and lawful means, in co-operation 
with the School Committee, to cause such children regularly to attend the 
common schools to which they respectively belong under the arrangement 
made by the School Committee. And in every case in which it shall be 
thought necessary by them for the above purpose, they shall institute legal 
proceedings against the child so offending as provided ia the following sec- 
tion of these By-Laws and by the Statutes of this Commonwealth in such cases 
provided. 

Sec. 2. (Not approved.) 

Sec. 3. No person shall permit any goat, sheep, swine, horse, cow or 
other neat cattle or fowl of any kind or description belonging to him or her 
or under his or her control to go at large or depasture in any of the streets, 
lanes or avenues or premises of any one not his own in this town. And any 
person convicted under the provisions of this section shall be liable to pay a 
fine not exceeding five dollars for each offense. But this by-law shall not af- 
fect the right to use the lands within the limits of the highway adjoining his 
or her deeded property. 

Sec. 4. No person shall bathe or swim or divest himself of clothing, for 
the purpose of bathing or swimming, so near to any public way as to be in- 
decently exposed to persons within the town. 



BY-LAWS TOWN OF WARE. 



Sec. 5. No person shall remove, mutilate or destroy with malicious intent 
any sign, sign post, awning or other thing the property of another lawfully 
erected, set or placed in or upon any of the public streets or other public 
places in this town ; and no person shall deface or mutilate any handbill, pos- 
ter or advertisement, the same being posted or displayed in, against or upon 
any building or other structure in this town ; and no person shall post or dis- 
play any handbill, poster or advertisement in, against or upon any building, 
bridge or other structure, the same being private property, without the per- 
miss'on of the owner or proprietor thereof; and no person shall post or dis- 
play any handbill, poster or advertising signs upon any rocks, trees or fences 
within the limits of any of the public ways in this town without the permission 
of the Board of Selectmen. 

Sec. 6 No person shall cut down, remove, mutilate or otherwise injure 
or destroy any fruit, shade or other ornamental tree growing in any street 
or park, common grounds or cemetery in this town, or shall deface, disfigure, 
mutilate, remove or destroy the fence or enclosure thereof without the per- 
mission of the owner or proprietor thereof in writing first had and obtained; 
and no person shall so fasten any horse or other animal to any tree as afore- 
said as to endanger the same being injured, defaced or destroyed. 

Sec. 7. No person shall behave himself in a rude or disorderly manner, 
or use any indecent, profane or insulting language in any of the public streets 
or other public places in the town, or near any dwelling house therein, or be 
or remain upon any sidewalk or near any doorstep, portico or other projec- 
tion from any such building to the annoyance of other persons. And no per- 
son shall make any indecent figures nor write any indecent or obscene words 
upon any building, structure or public place in this town, or by any noise, 
gesture 01 other means willfully and designedly frighten any horse in any 
public street or place in this town. 

Sec. 8. No person shall play at ball or fly any kite or balloon or throw 
stones or other missiles m or upon any public street in this town within two 
hundred rods of the postoffice therein. 

Sec. 9. No person shall in any public street or elsewhere in this town 
play at ball, marbles or other games of chance or skill, or bathe, fish or sail 
in or upon any of the waters therein on the Lord's Day. 

Sec. 10. No person shall take hold of or ride upon any sleigh, wagon or 
other vehicle while the same is passing in the streets in this town without the 
permission of the owner or driver thereof. 

Sec. II. No person with malicious intent Miall untie, unfasten or detach 
any horse or other animal at any of the places used and designed for fasten- 
ing horses and other beasts, or detach, unloose or untie any halter or harness 
on any beast as aforesaid, or unloose, disarrange or take away any wagon, 
sleigh or other vehicle or any part thereof attached to any horse or other 
beast when standing as aforesaid. 

Sec. 12. No person shall coast, course or slide on sleigh, sled or other 
vehicle in any of the public streets, or upon any sidewalk thereof within two 
hundred rods of the postoffice in this town. 

Sec. 13. No person shall ride upon any bicycle or tricycle upon any of 
the sidewalks in this town. 



BY-LAWS TOWN OF WARE. HI 

iJEC. 14. The Selectmen shall annually appoint a competent person or 
persons to have the care of and use the town scales. 

Sec. 15. No person shall knowingly give a false alarm of fire, or after an 
alarm has been given, falsely and maliciously proclaim the fire to be out or 
extinguished, and no person, not a member of the Fire Department, being 
present at any fires shall be guilty oi disorderly conduct or assume without 
authority to exercise control over any member of the Fire IJ>epartment in re- 
spect to their duty, or by obstructing or interfering while in the performance 
of their duty, or willfully and unnecessarily make outcries or other loud noises 
or promote or encourage it in others. And it shall be the duty of Constables 
and Police Officers for the time being to repair on the alarm of fire immedi- 
ately to the place where the fire may be, and there to use their best skill and 
power under the direciion of the Chief Engineer tor the preservation of the 
public peace, the prevention of theft, the loss and destruction of property and 
the removal of all suspicious persons. 

Sec. 16. No person not a member of the Fire Department shall refuse to 
assist in getting an engine, hose carriage, ladders or ladder truck to a fire 
when thereto requested by the Chief Engineer or either of the Assistant En- 
gineers of the Fire Department. 

Sec 17. Whoever violates any of the provisions of the preceding sec- 
tions of this chipter of these By-Laws, on conviction shall forfeit and pay a 
sum not exceeding twenty dollars for each offense, and the Constables and 
Police Officers in this town for the time being are especially charged to see 
the provisions of the said sections of these By-Laws enforced. 

Sec. 18. No person shall, except in the performance of some duty re- 
quired bv law, discharge any gun, pistol, toy cannon, or other firearms loaded 
with ball or shot, or with powder only, or squib, fire cracker, serpent or 
other preparation whereof gunpowder or other explosive substance is an in- 
gredient, or which consists wholly of the same, in any of the public streets in 
this town within two hundred rods of the postofifice ; and any person con- 
victed under the provisions of this section shall be liable to pav a fine not ex- 
ceeding fifty dollars for each offense. And no person or persons shall make 
any bonfire in any of the public streets aforesaid without the authority of the 
Selectmen, 

Sec. 19. No female dog owned or kept in this town shall be allowed to 
run or be at large in any street or public place therein, and whoever violates 
the provisions of this section, on conviction thereof, shall pay a fine of ten 
dollars. 

Sec. 20. Annual town meetings and all other town meetings and meet- 
ings for election under any of the provisions of the laws of this Common- 
wealth shall be notified and warned by posting at Town Hall, at the Post- 
office and at the meeting house of the First Parish in this town, attested cop- 
ies of the warrant calling the same seven days at least before the time of said 
meeting. 

CHAPTER n. 

JUNK DEALERS, ETC. 

Section i. The Selectmen may grant licenses to suitable persons to be 
keepers of shops for the purchase, sale or barter of junk, old metals and sec- 



Tin BY-LAWS TOWN OF WARE. 

ond-hand articles, and to be dealers therein within this town. 

Sec. 2. Every keeper of such shop shall keep a book in which shall be 
written at the time of purchase of such articles the name, age and residence 
of the person from whom purchased, the day and hour when such purchase 
was made and a description of the article or articles purchased, and such 
book shall at all times be open to inspection of the Selectmen and to any per- 
son by either of said Selectmen authorized to make such inspection. 

Sec. 3. Every keeper of such shop shall put in some suitable and con- 
spicuous place in his shop a sign designating that he is licensed as such, and 
containing his name in large letters. 

Sec. 4. The shops of junk and old metals and second-hand article deal- 
ers shall not be kept open from eight of the clock in the evening until seven 
of the clock of the next day, and no purchase of the articles aforesaid shall be 
made by the keeper thereof or by any person for them except during the time 
his or their shop is authorized to be kept open, and that said shop shall at all 
times be open to the inspection of the Selectmen, and to any person by either 
of them authorized to make such inspection. 

Sec. 5. No keeper oJ such shops shall directly or indirectly purchase or 
receive by way ot barter or exchange, any junk, old metals ©r second-hand 
articles ot any minor or apprentice, knowing or having reasonable cause to 
believe them to be such. 

Sec. 6. No person shall keep a shop tor the purchase, sale, barter or ex- 
change of junk, old metals or second-hand articles in this town without a li- 
cense from the Selectmen thereof. 

Sec. 7. All licenses granted under the provisions of this chapter shall 
designate the place where such business is to be carried on and shall continue 
in force until the first day of May next ensuing unless sooner revoked. 

Sec. 8. Whoever not so licensed, keeps a shop or is a dealer in this town 
in junk, old metals or second-hand articles, or being licensed keeps or is such 
dealer in any other place than that designated in his license, or after notice 
to him that his license has been revoked, shall pay a fine of twenty dollars for 
each offense ; and this chapter shall be incorporated into every license grant- 
ed by virtue thereof. 

CHAPTER III. 
streets and sidewalks. 

Section, i. No person shall ride in any carriage or drive any horse or 
horses in any highway or street in this town within one-half mile of the post- 
office in said town at a rate of speed exceeding eight miles per hour, nor in 
such a manner as to endanger or unreasonably to incommode passeftgers 
therein. 

Sec. 2. No person shall drive or leave any horse or horses in any street 
in this town unless the driver or such person as has them in charge shall be 
sufficiently near to said animals as to have full control thereof. And no per- 
son shall drive or turn around the corner of any street within one-half mile of 
the postoffice therein at a speed exceeding five miles per hour. 

Sec. 3. No person shall stop with any team or carriage across any street 
or highway in this town in such a manner as to hinder or obstruct the travel 
over such street or highway, or at the side of or so near other teams as to ob- 



BY-LAWS TOWN OF WARE. 



struct public travel in any street or highway in this town. 

Sec. 4. No person shall stop with any team or carriage, or place any ob- 
structions upon any stepping stones or footwalk across any street or highway 
in this town. 

Sec. 5. Three or more persons shall not stand or be near each other in 
any street or upon any sidewalk or crosswalk in this town in such a manner 
as to obstruct a free passage for passengers; and it shall be the duty of any 
Constable or Police Officer to order any persons oflFending against the provis- 
ions of this section to move on, and if said order is not forthwith obeyed, to 
arrest the person so ofiending. 

Sec. 6. No person shall move any building across or along the streets in 
this town without first having obtained a permit in writing from the Select- 
men or Road Commissioners, and giving a bond with surety or sureties, to 
the Selectmen or Road Commissioners, in such sum as they shall direct, con- 
ditioned for the payment of all damages caused by reason of the passage of 
such building across or through said streets. 

Sec. 7. No person shall throw or place upon any ot the streets or side- 
walks in this town any hand bills, posters, waste paper, banana skins, orange 
peel or rubbish or refuse matter of any kind. 

Sec. 8. Wherever the word "street" or "highway" is mentioned in this 
chapter it shall be understood to include alleys, lanes, courts and public places 
and sidewalks. 

Sec. 9. Whoever violates any of the provisions of this chapter, on convic- 
tion, shall forfeit and pay a fine not exceeding twenty dollars for each offense. 

CHAPTER IV. 

CLEARING SNOW AND ICE FROM SIDEWALKS. 

Section i. The tenant, and in case there shall be no tenant, the owner 
of any real estate abutting upon any sidewalk now or hereafter constructed 
of stone, brick, concrete or wood, or any sidewalk now or hereafter estab- 
lished as such within the town shall, after the ceasing to tall or form of any 
snow, ice or .sleet, within twenty-four hours cause the same to be removed 
from such sidewalk, and if the same cannot be wholly removed, shall sprinkle 
thereon sand or other proper substance so that such sidewalk shall be safe tor 
travel. 

Sec. 2. Whoever violates the provisions of section one ot this chapter 
shall be liable to a penalty of not less than two dollars nor more than ten 
dollars, to be recovered in an action of tort in the name and to the use of the 
town ; but no action for the recovery ot such penalty shall be commenced 
more than three months after the cause of such action has accrued. 

Sec. 3. In case of the refusal or neglect by any such owner or tenant to 
remove the snow and ice as provided in the first section of this chapter, it 
shall be the duty of the Road Commissioners of the town to cause the snow 
and ice to be removed from said sidewalk as therein provided, and the ex- 
pense of such removal, not exceeding the sum often dollars, shall be recov- 
ered ol the owner or tenant so neglecting or refusing to remove such snow 
and ice, in an action of contract in the name of the Treasurer of the town. 

Sec. 4. It shall be the duty of the Constables and Police Officers of the 
town to report forthwith to the Selectmen all known violations of section one 



VI 



BY-LAWS TOWN OF WARE. 



of this chapter, and the duty of the Selectmen to commence actions under 
sections two and three of this chapter. 

CHAPTER V. 

Section i. No person shall be prosecuted and tried for any breach of 
these By-Laws unless complaint for the same shall be instituted and com- 
menced within sixty days from the time of committing such breach, unless 
otherwise provided therein. 

Sec. 2. All By-Laws and parts of By-Laws inconsistent herewith are 
hereby repealed. 

These By-Laws and repeal of By-Laws shall take effect at the expiration of 
thirty days from and after their adoption by the town, approved by the Superi- 
or Court and published as provided by law. 



HAMPSHIRE, ss. THE SUPERIOR COURT. 

June Sitting, a. d. 1892. 
Petition for approval of By-Laws filed June 27, 1892. 
Hearing by the Court ; and By-Laws, with the exception of Section 2 of 
Chapter i, approved, June 28th, A. D. 1892. 

Attest: Wm. H. Clapp, Clerk. 



A true copy of By-Laws and approval of Court. 

Attest : Wm. H. Clapp, Clerk. 



UTLEY & GILBERT, 




DEALERS IN- 



^COALl 



rL^ 



BALED HAY 



AND STRAW. 



All the Best Qualities of Anthracite and Cumberland Coal 
^r— AT LOWEST PRICES.—^ 

OFFICES : West and Water Streets, and at Coal Yard near the Depot. 



Qilbertville 
Section 



Containing a General Directory of the ResI* 

dents, Business, Streets, Societies, 

Etc., of Precinct 2 of 

Hardwicl^:. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



C. F. Hitchcock & Co., 



-DEALERS IN- 



CHOICE KANlIIvY 




Dry and Fancy Goods. •:• 

Boots *^ Echoes 




AND 



Rubbers. 

fe^^ GENTS' FURNISHINGS. 

^(im 

Confectioner^ and pruif of all kinds in fl7eir s6asor\. 



HARDWARE, CROCKERY 
GLASSWARE, Etc. 



We carry the largest assortment of 

Merchandise to be found 

in this vicinity. 



C. F. Hitchcock & Co, 




''TOURNAY^' SEMI PORCELAIN 

(^COLOR UNDER THE GLAZE) 

Main St., GilberlYille. 



Residence Directory. 



Abraham Carrie J., weaver, h George do. 

George, wool sorter, h 134 Richmond terrace. 

Nellie, weaver, h George do. 
Alden Hermon, chain builder, b Joshua Miller. 

Mary, weaver, b Joshua Miller. 
Aldrich Edward N., clerk, b George G. Wilson. 
AUard Alphonse, weaver, h Vigeant blk, down stairs. 

Dennis, dye house, h 245 Water. 

Estelle Mrs, (Tuffield) h 13 Converse blk, Harvey. 

Napoleon, weaver, h 55 Eastern av. 
Allen Alexander, overseer drawing and handing-in, h 11 

N Main. 
Angell Charles F., engineer, h 102 New Braintree rd. 
Apperson Bessie Mrs, (Thomas M.) h Nellie S. do. 

Nellie S., weaver, h 22 N Main. 
Arthur James S., machinist, h 176 School. 
Archambeault Adolph, weaver, h Pierre Louding. 

Alexandre, lab, h 9 N Main. 

John, picker tender, h Julia do. 

Julia, boarding house, h 198 Grove. 

Loisia, h Pierre Louding. 

Rosa, weaver, h Alexandre do. 



B 



Baine Robert A., overseer spinning, h 121 S Main. 
Baker John, overseer filling room, h 6(1 P^astern av. 
Ballard Cyrille, butcher, h N Main. 

Alfred, butcher, h Cyrille do. 
Barlow Fred. C, farmer, h Melzar Lamberton. 

Silas, boxmaker, h 50, east North. 

Susan G. Mrs, dressmaker, h 50, east North. 
Barnes Albert A., wool sorter, h 169 S Main, Irwin blk. 



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Barrett Bridget, weaver, h 15 N Main. 

Everett, whitewasher, h Mrs Barrett. 

Mrs, (Richmond) h 167 Richmond terrace. 
Beaman Edwin P., farmer, clock and watch repairer, h 

Hardvvick rd. 
Beauregard Cyprien, teamster, h N Main, Hurley blk. up I 
stairs. ^ ^ 

Touissaint, finishing room, h 138 S Main 
Bebeau John B., lab, h 227 Water. 
Belden John, station agt B & M R R, b A. A. Green. 
Bell Benjamin, apprentice wool sorter, b Carrie E. Greene. 

George P., mule fixer, h 77 Western av. 
Bernard Louis, card stripper, h 52, basement, n brook. 
Berry Frank J., supt Grove farm, h Furnace rd. 
Bishop H. B. Mrs, housekeeper, h Henry T. Stone. 
Bissonnette Charles A. A., physician, h Winterbottom blk. 

N Main. 
BIcals Carrie, domestic, b Fred A. Hitchcock. 
Bombriant Anthony, pool room, h William do. 

Josephine, table waiter, h William do. 

Bombriant William, prop Union hotel, h do. j 

Bonney Fanny M., asst postmaster, h Isaac do. | 

Bonney John S., newsdealer, bookseller and stationer 

106 N Main, h Isaac S. do. 

Isaac S., farmer, h Ware rd. 
Bourdeau Alfred, picker tender, 234 Water. 

Alick, spinner, h 172 Goodfield rd. 

Anthony, finishing room, h 88 North. 

Leon, spinner, h 98, n '^ight house." 
Brady Timothy, marketman, b Willard A. Conkey. 
Bradley Charles, spinner, h Henry do. 

Henry, spinner, h 181 School. 
Bradway Elmer I , drawing-in room, h 80 Western av. 
Bragg Charles B., second hand card room, h 189 Highland. 
Brennan James, finishing room, h 51, east North. 
Brissette George, baker, h Louis do. 

Louis, baker, h Harvey, Moore blk. 
Broadhead Grace, domestic, b Carrie E. Greene. 
Broderick Dennis, section boss B & M R R, h 91, n Union hall 

Fanny, weaver, b Samuel G. Hall. 
Brooks Jabez, spinner, h 175 Goodfield rd. 
Brown Robert, day laborer, h 63 Eastern av. 



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Brown W. E., n. D., physician and surgeon, office and 
residence 120 Main. Office hours till H a. m., 12 to 2, 
and (> to 8 p. m. 



Brunelle Delia Mrs, (Louis) finishing room, h Vigeant blk, 
up stairs. 

Frank, clerk, h Stevenson blk, N Main. 

Fred, teamster, h Lennihan blk, old rd to Hardwick. 

Joseph, weaver, h 209 Bridge. 

Theodore, overseer picker room, h 228 Water. 
Buchanan James, house painter, h 61 Eastern av. 
Buckley James, overseer dressing room, h 191 Highland av. 
Butterworth John, wool sorter, b Carrie E. Greene. 



Campbell John, overseer dye house, b James Stevenson. 
Cannon Patrick J., bartender, h Vigeant blk, up stairs. 
Capri Xavier, finishing room, h 93 ''light house." 
Carsone Edna, weaver, b Joseph Provencal. 
Carter Alice A. Mrs, (John) h 142 Richmond terrace. 

John C, finishing room, h Alice A. do. 
Cartier Alexandre, weaver, h 219 Bridge. 
Chambeau Joseph, weaver, h 35, opp B & M depot. 
Champigni Cleophase Jr, wool shop, h 236 Water. 

Cleophase, h 210 Bridge. 
Chappell Edward, coachman, h Albert B. Ward. 
Coldwell Warren H., bookkeeper, h 118 S Main. 
Cole Hattie M., teacher, b Alfred H. Richardson. 
Collins Hannah, weaver, h John do. 

John, flagman B & M R R, h 59 Eastern av. 

Timothy, gateman B & M R R, h John do. 
Colvin Mary P., teacher, b Warren H. Coldwell. 
Combs David, spinner, h 14 Dexter blk, S Main. 
Conkey Fannie N., domestic, h Willard A. do. 

Frank N., carpenter, h Willard A. do. 

Julia E., housekeeper, h Willard A. do. 

Nehemiah, h Willard A. do. 
Conkey Willard A., (Robinson & Conkey) meat and 
provisions, 27 N Main, h 1 Dexter blk, N Main. 



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Connell Annie, dressmaker, b Mary do. 

James, lab, b Mary do. 

Mary, housekeeper, h 18 N Main. 
Conner William A., yard lab, b Christopher Irwin. 
Connors Daniel, lab, h Bombriant blk, Harvey. 

Dennis, spinner, h Daniel do. 

Ellen Mrs, (Terrence) h 215 Bridge. 

Margaret, warp spooler, h Mrs Ellen do. 

Mary, weaver, h Mrs Honora C. Lennihan. 

Nellie, sewer-in, h Mrs Honora C. Lennihan. 
Cook Charles H., warp dresser, h 76 Western av. 
Cooney Hannah Mrs, (John) housekeeper, h Bartholomew 

Sullivan. 
Corbier George, baker, h Converse blk, Harvey. 
Corcoran Jane Mrs, (Peter) Harvey, south side. 
Cote Joseph, section hand B & A R R, b Cyrille Lapointe. 

Rosa L., card tender, b Cyrille Lapointe. 
Coy John, spinner, h east side Ware rd. 
Crawford Ellen E. Mrs, (Henry) housekeeper, h Fred. E. do. 

Fred. E., police officer, h 4 Stevenson blk, N Main. 
Crosse Charles, weaver, h 195 Grove. 
Crowley John, finishing room, h 11)7 Grove. 
Curran William, loom fixer, b Mary Jane Hyland. 

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Daly T. Martin, overseer finishing room, h old rd to Hardwick. 

Danihey John, sexton Catholic church, b Carrie E. Greene. 

Davidson John, warp dresser, h 25 N Main. 

Deane John A., warp dresser, h 178 School. 

Delisle Addie, cloth finisher, b 34 Andre Mailloux. 

Demerce Amedee, spinner, h 218 Bridge. 

Frank, wood sawyer, h 150 S Main. 
Descoteaux Archie, picker tender, h 202 Grove. 
Desjardins Louis, stoker No 4, h IGO Richmond terrace. 
Desmond Hannah T., warp spooler, h Mary Jane Hyland. 
Devine Maggie, finishing room, h Mrs Margaret do. 

Margaret Mrs, (James) h 75 Western av. 
Devlin Alice, weaver, h 71 Western av. 

John, lab, h Alice do. 

William J., weaver, h Alice do. 
Dexter Charles, coal and ice, New Braintree rd, h 

Dexter av. 
Dietrich Albert, wool sorter, h 157 Richmond terrace. 

Joseph, pattern weaver, b Mrs L. L. Hutchinson. 



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Uolliver John, farmer, b Charles B. Thompson. 
Donaldson Isaac, dye house, h 15(1 Richmond terrace. 
Douglas Robert, weaver, b Christopher Irwin. 
Dubia Eddia M., (George A.) boarding house, 2^2 Water, 
h do. 

Joseph, h Bombriant blk. Harvey. 

Thomas, spinner, h 2H7 Water. 
Duhamel Joseph, lab yard, h 281) Water. 
Dunham Jessie A., h Nathan do. 

Nathan, farmer, h 2()(S Bridge. 
Dunlop James, elevator driver, }^() North. 

Jeanette, weaver, h James do. 

Margaret, weaver, h James do. 
Dunn Patrick, finishing room, b John Collins. 



Elliott Mary, weaver, b James Brennan. 

Evans John, warp dresser, b Mrs L. L. Hutchinson. 

L. Martain, station agent, Hardwick, h 4 Dexter blk, 
N Main 



Fanning Julia Mrs, (Michael) h Patrick do. 

Patrick, overseer spinning, h lUO Highland. 
Farrell Patrick, lab, b Carrie Greene. 
Farquhar Joseph, fireman 1 mill, b Robert Farquhar. 

Robert, wool wax maker, h 141 Richmond terrace 

Walter, carpenter, h 145 Richmond terrace. 
Feehan Deborah, weaver, b Thomas McNabe. 
Flannigan Michael, wool sorter, b Thomas Sniith. 

William, emp finishing room, b Thomas Smith. 
Forget Eudgere, weaver, h VJl Grove. 
Fountain Margaret, domestic, b Charles StOnge. 
France Edwin, weaver, b Carrie E. Greene. 
Fulton James, emp finishing room, b Robert Brown. 



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Gardner Lucy Mrs, (Andrew) h 33, basement, n B & M R R 

crossing. 
Gelino Leon, weaver, h 1()2 Richmond terrace. 
QendreaU E. F., groceries, dry goods, boots, shoes, etc. 
opp Windsor Hotel, h do. 



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Gendreau John, gatetender No 1 mill, h 87 North. 

Lawrence, spinner, h 251, basement, n brook. 

Wilfred, clerk E. F. Gendreau, h do. 

Adeline, h John do. 
Gibbs Willie, weaver, h Mrs Delia Brunelle 
Giffin Elbridge N., lab, h Hardwick rd. 

James F., blacksmith, h Hardwick rd. 
Gill George W., h Winterbottom blk, N Main. 
Girouard Joseph, waste picker, h 216 Bridge. 
Goodfield William C, farmer, h base Pine mountain. 
Goodwm Harry, waste picker, h 7,0 Western av. 
Goslin Henry, paper mill, h Vigeant blk. ' / 

Raphael, piper, h 97, n -light house." 
Graham Catherine, finishing room, b William Orr 
Granger Daniel, h William C. Goodfield. 

Walter, loom fixer, b Catherine Sweeney. 
Gray William, weaver, h 52, east North. 
Green Alfred A., second hand wool shop, h 113 S Main. 

Qreen John F., (see adv) h Alfred A. do. 

Greene Carrie E., h 124 S Main. 

Calvin, h Carrie E. do. 
Greenwood Peter, h 16 Dexter blk, S Main. 

T. Henry, h 132 Richmond terrace. 

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Hall Samuel G., loom fixer Gilbert Co, Ware, h 23 N Main. 

Hartman Carl, wool sorter, h 180 School. 

Haskell Albert B., assessor and school committee, h N Main. 

Heath Ambrose, overseer outdoor work, h 107 S Main 

Hcnning Carl, lab, b Charles L. Warner. 

Henry James, weaver, h 78 Western av. 

William, weaver, b Elmer I. Bradway. 
Heffernan Hannah, dressmaker, h William do. 

William, farmer, h Hardwick rd. 
Hitchcock Claribel, h Chas. F. do. 

Hitchcock Charles F., (C. F. Hitchcock & Co) 123 and 
125 S Maiji, h Furnace rd. 

Hitchcock Fred. A., (C. F. Hitchcock & Co) groceries, 

boots, shoes, etc, 123 and 125 S Main, h Furnace rd. 
Hober Edward, teamster, h 207 Bridge. 
Howe P:iijah H., warp dresser, h 44 North. 
Howell Ellis, warp dresser, h 183 School. 
Hudson Elias H., baker, 7 Dexter blk, N Main, h do. 



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Hurley John, extractor, h 152 Richmond terrace. 

John W., fruit and confectionery. Hurley blk, N Main 
h do. 

Kate, warp spooler, h.John do. 
Hutchinson Livia S., (Henry G.) boarders, h 111 S Main. 
Hyland Fanny, weaver, h Mary Jane do. 

Mary Jane, boarders, h 5 Dexter blk, N Main. 

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Inman Frank, loom fixer, b Carrie E. Greene. 

Irwin Christopher, emp dye house, h Mill rd, n B & A K K. 



Jackson John, second hand picker room, h 22(), back Bridge. 

Joseph, wool sorter, b Mrs L. L. Hutchinson. 
Jarvis Albert, night watchman No. 4 mill, h 40 North. 

Augustus, lab, h 94 ''light house." 
Jenkins Charles, farmer Grove farm, b Frank J. Berry. 
Jerdino Hattie, (Edward) dressmaker, h 205 Bridge. 
Jerome Lois Mrs, (Moses) b Chillie Rivers. 
Johnson John, finishing room, h 53, east North. 
Johnston Addie M., teacher, b Warren H. Coldwell. 
Jones Fanny, (Joseph) h 155 Richmond terrace. 

John, warp dresser No. 1 mill, b Mrs Fanny do. 

Mary L. Mrs, (James) finisher, h 43 North. 

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Kanally Annie, weaver, b Catherine Sweeney. 
Kelleher John, weaver, h Mary S. do. 

Kate, weaver, h Mary S. do. 

Mary, weaver, h Mary S. do. 

Mary S. Mrs, (Timothy) h 58 Eastern av. 
Keller Charles, warp dresser, b Carrie E. Greene. 
Kelley William, finishing room, h 56, east North. 
Kennedy James B., cloth packer, h 83 North. 

John, section man B & M R R, h Corcoran blk, Harvey. 

Joseph, weaver, h 203 Bridge. 

William J., clerk, b Mrs L. L. Hutchinson. 
Kerens Alexander, spinner, h 14 N Main. 

John, painter, b Carrie E. Greene. 

John Jr., loom fixer, h 36 North. 



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King Louis, card stripper, b Monroe Plouffe. 

Mitchell, warp twister, b Carrie E. Greene. 

Sarah, finishing room, b Monroe Plouffe 
Koehler Lillie A., cashier and bookkeeper c' F. Hitchcock & 
^o, b do. 



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Laboissiere John, sectionman B & A R R, h Harvey, Bom- 
bnant blk. ' 

Labounty John, section man B & A R R, h Converse blk 
Harvey. ' 

Leandre, spinner, h Lewis do. 
Lewis, lab, h 64, east North. 
Oliver, spinner, h Lewis do. 
Lacomb Jerry, spinner, h 32, blk n B & M R R crossing 

Lena, finishing room, b - 

Lucy, finishing room, b 

Phebe, carder, b Jerry do. J 

Lacrosse Napoleon, emp dye house, b Ambrose Messier ^ 

Lafointe Adeline, (Michael) h 161 Richmond terrace 

John, picker tender, h 241 Water 
Lamarche Onesime B., harness maker, Vigeant blk, down 

stairs, h do. 
Lamberton Melzar, farmer, h New Braintree rd 
Landry Pierre, picker tender, h 238 Water. 
Lapelle Alphonse, finishing room, h 236 Water 

Magloire, picker tender, h 246 Water. 
Laperle Isidore, floor mopper, h 242 Water 
Lapointe Cyrille, lab, h 231 Water. 
Lariviere Isaiah, card stripper, h 222 Bridcre 
Lasonde Henry, weaver, h Joseph do. ^ * 

Joseph, wood chopper, h 249, n barber shop. 
Laverdiere Joseph, finisher, h 233 Water. 
Leahy John, washer tender, h 67 Eastern av. 

Nora, finishing room, h John do. 
Leather Thomas, boss spooler, h 15 Dexter blk, S Main 
Leary Timothy, spinner, h 199 Grove. 
Lcitch James, overseer carpenter, h 108 S Main 
Lennihan Dennis, farmer, h old rd to Hardwick. 
T u^''''?''^ ?■' (Co^'^elius) h n Union house, Hardwick rd. 
Leshappel Addie. b William Bombriant. 
Liberty Hyacinthe, finishing room, h Paige blk, N Main 

John, spinner, h Hyacinthe do. 
Little Mary, weaver, h William Bombriant 



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Long Eugene A., confectionery and fruit, N Main, b Mrs 

Jane Corcoran. 
Looney Ellen, finishing room, b James Leitch. 

Manassah, carpenter, b James Leitch. 

Margaret Mrs, (Thomas) h James Leitch. 
Lucia Rosa F. Mrs, (Marcellus) h 153 Richmond terrace. 

William, spinner, h Rosa F. do. 
Luman Kate, finishing room, b Mrs Annie E. Noble. 
Lusignan Ammanuel, h 42 North. 
Lussier Julia, h Monroe PloufTe. 

Zephir, weaver, h Monroe Plouffe. 



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Mahony Margaret, h John Leahy. 

Mailloux Andre, elevator tender, h 34, opp B & M station. 

Makepeace Arthur, clerk, b Edward E. Parker. 

Henry A., farmer, h n Brigham's creamery. 
Malony Patrick, lab, b Patrick Shea. 
Mann Cnlvin W., tax collector, overseer of the poor, h 

N Main. 
riann L. C. J., groceries and general merchandise, 29 N 

Main, h Calvin W. do. 
Mann Mary A., h Calvin W. do. 
Marriotte Eugene, lab, h 4 N Main. 
Marsh Elmer M., paymaster Gilbert Co, h n parsonage. 
Marston Flora, weaver, b Mrs Lucy Gardner. 

Lawrence, weaver, h Mrs Lucy Gardner. 
Martin Ann A., finishing room, h Mrs Ann do. 

Ann, housekeeper, h 16 N Main. 

Kate, weaver, h Mrs Ann do. 

Maggie, weaver, h Mrs Ann do. 

Mary, weaver, h Mrs Ann do. 

Wilson, weaver, h 48 North. 
Mason Mary Mrs, (Thomas) h 64 Eastern av. 

William, weaver, b Mrs Mary do. 
Mayotte Ferdinand, whitewasher, h 244 Water. 

Frank, card stripper, h Vigeant blk, up stairs. 
McAdams George, engineer, h 68 Eastern av. 

Sarah, finishing room, b James Leitch. 

Thomas, finishing room, b James Leitch. 
McCann Thomas, weaver, b Carrie Greene. 
McCarthy Ellen M. Mrs, (Daniel) housekeeper, h 7 N Main. 

Florence, teamster, h Mrs Ellen M. do. 

John, h 109 S Main. 



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Carthy Maggie, emp paper mill, h Mrs Ellen do. 

Patrick, wool scourer, h 137 S Main. 
McCormack Joseph, sectionman B & A R R, h Bombriant blk, 

Harvey. 
McDermott Patrick, weaver, b Carrie Greene. 
McDonald Eli, lab, h 41 North. 

Thomas, mason tender, b Geo. B. Taylor. 

William, hostler, b Geo. B. Taylor. 
McElroy Ernest, weaver, b Carrie E. Greene. 

Thomas, waste duster, h 95 ''light house." 
McElwie John W., painter, h 177 School. 
McKeon Julia Mrs, (Patrick) finishing room, h 200 Grove. 
McNabe Thomas, spinner, h 19 N Main. 
McNally Thomas, weaver, b Elmer I. Bradway. 
McQuade James, weaver, h 225, back Bridge. 
Merrigan Michael, newsdealer, Newcomb blk, h do. 
Messier Adgadeur, finishing room, h 34, opp B & M station. 

Ambrose, emp dry house, h 214 Bridge. 

Emma, twister, h Ambrose do. 

Felix, spinner, h Ambrose do. 

Toussaint. lab, h 14 Converse blk, Harvey. 
Meuse Byron, coachman, b Chas. F. Hitchcock. 
Miller Thomas H., wool sorter, h Dexter blk, N Main. 

Joshua, warp dresser, h 103 New Braintree rd. 

William H., blacksmith, h William R. do. 

William R., blacksmith, 8 Dexter blk, N Main. 
Miner Charles E., farmer, h Henry S. do. 

Henry S., farmer, h old rd to Hardwick. 
Mitchell James, h Thomas C do. 

Thomas C, plumber and steam fitter, h 40 North. 
Moore James, wool sorter, b Edward E. Parker. 

Patrick C, blacksmith, h Harvey. 
Morgan John, press finisher, h 57 Eastern av. 
Mullen Eliza Jane, weaver, b James Brennan. 
Murdock Henry, weaver, h 84 North. 
Murphy John, lab, b Carrie Greene. 

William S., weaver, h 79 Western av. 



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Nelson Charles Z., boxmaker, h 74 Western av. 

Losisa A. Mrs, (Otis B.) h 62 Eastern av. 

Otis Edward, machine tender, h Mrs Losisa A. Nelson. 
Nimmens William J., wool sorter, h 179 School. 
Noble Annie E. Mrs, (James) h 37 North. 



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Noble John W., spinner, h Mrs Annie E. do. 

Norris John, fuller, b Catherine Sweeney. 

Nourse Nancy Mrs, (Joseph) b Edwin P. Beaman. 



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O'Brien Edward, overseer cardroom, h 143 Richmond terrace. 

Owen, weaver, b Carrie Greene. 
O'Clare Edward, weaver, b 220 Bridge. 
Orr William, cloth percher, h 168 S Main, Irwin blk. 



Parker Edward E., overseer dressing room, h 131 Richmond 
terrace. 

George, spare finisher, h Thomas do. 

Henry, yarn winder, h 99, n "light house." 

J. Henry, steam engineer, b Carrie E. Greene. 

Robert, jack fixer, b Catherine Sweeney. 

Thomas, carpenter, h 31, n barber shop. 
Parmenter Charles, lab, h 250, n barber shop. 

Henry C, clerk, h Charles Parmenter. 
Parrie Elzen, mill lab, h 92, ''light house." 
Peck Freeman, farmer. Grove farm, b Frank J. Berry. 
Peltier Francis, card stripper, h 149 S Main. 

Isabella, (Eli) h 148 S Main. 

Philomene, card tender, h Isabella do. 

Xavier, mill lab, h Isabella do. 

Zibbe, carpenter, h 144 Richmond terrace. 
Pereault Epherem, weaver, h 222 Bridge. 
Phaneuf Etienne, finishing room, h 213 Bridge. 

Paul, lab, h 17 N Main. 
Phelps James D., clerk Windsor hotel, b do. 
Pickens Peter, finishing room, h 101 New Braintree rd. 
Plante Alphonse, picker tender, h 136 S Main. 

Joseph, emp dry room, h 212 Bridge. 
Plouffe Joseph, finishing room, h 206 Bridge. 

Monroe, h 230 Water. 

Paul, weaver, b Joseph do. 
Porter J. E., woodworker and machinist, b James Stevenson. 
Portowine John, h 166 S Main, Richmond terrace. 

John Jr, carpenter, h John do. 

Louis, spinner, h John do. 
Poutra Israel, emp dye house, h 165 Richmond terrace. 



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Prouty George, lab, h 10 Dexter blk, New Braintree rd. 
Provencal Joseph, card stripper, h 240 Water. 



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Ramsden Samuel J., jack fixer, h 187 Highland. 

Randall Daniel B., carpenter, h 11 Dexter blk, S Main. 

Ray William, card stripper, b George Goodson. 

Ready John, emp packing room, h 39 North. 

Richardson Alfred H., paymaster Gilbert Co, h S Main. June 

New Braintree rd. 
Rivers Chillie, spinner, h 33, n B & M R R crossing. 
Robinson Jerry, finishing room, b Robert Brown. 
Robinson William A., (Robinson & Conkey) meat and 

provisions, 21 N Main, b Willard A. Conkey. 
Roscoe Philomene, (Theophile) boarders, h 201 Grove. 
Ross Maggie, weaver, h Thomas do. 

Thomas, night watchman 1, 2 and 3 mills, h 126 S Main. 
Roy Narcisse, picker tender, h 235 Water. 
Rudden Annie, weaver, b Patrick do. 

Joseph, weaver, h Patrick do. 

Margaret A., weaver, h Patrick do. 

Patrick, overseer wash room, h 13 N Main. 
Ruggles Abbie D., teacher, b Alfred H. Richardson. 
Russell Maggie C, weaver, h Robert do. 

Robert, day watchman No. 4 mill, h 154 Richmond 
terrace. 



Sanderson John, overseer wool shop, h 112 S Main. 

Mary, weaver, h John do. 
Schade Louis, wool sorter, b Edward E. Parker. 
Shea Nora, weaver, b John Collins. 

Patrick, wool scourer, h 139 S Main. 
Shepherd James A., wool sorter, h Adams house, Dexter av. 

James L., wool sorter, h James A. do. 
Shortle P. J., overseer finishing room, h 122 S Main. 
Simmons John J., weaver, b William do. 

William, sexton Congregational church, h 114 S Main. 

William Jr, weaver, h William Sr do. 
Smith David, cloth percher, h 133 Richmond terrace. 

David 2d, weaver, h Mrs Sarah do. 

Ella J., stenographer, h David do. 

James, weaver, b David do. 



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Smith John, weaver, h Thomas do. 

John, finishing, h 11)4 Grove. 

Lawrence, weaver, h 21 N Main. 

Lizzie, weaver, h Mrs Sarah Greene. 

Maggie, weaver, h Thomas do. 

Mary, weaver, h Thomas do. 

Mar}', finishing room, h Mrs Sarah do. 

Sarah Ann, weaver, h Mrs Sarah do. 

Sarah Mrs, (John) h 85 North. 

Thomas, spinner, h 20 N Main. 

Thomas, h 193 Grove. 

William, spinner, h 89 North. 

William, loom fixer, b L. C. Williams. 
Snow Peter, weaver, b Carrie Greene. 
Spicer J. D., loom fixer, b Carrie Greene. 
Stafford Eliza J., weaver, h Mary A. do. 

Mary A., weaver, b 159 Richmond terrace. 
Stevens Joseph A., teamster, b Willard A. Conkey. 
Stevenson Ellen C, table waiter, h James do. 

George C, h east side Ware rd. 

George C. Jr, boots and shoes, h Hardwick rd. 

Stevenson James, prop Windsor house, June N Main 

and Hardwick rd, h do. 
Stone Henry T., day watchman No. 1 mill, h 2() N Main. 
StOnge Charles, lab, h 229 Water. 

Eliza, warp spooler, h Charles do. 

Emma, weaver, h Charles do. 
Stritch James, overseer card room No. 1 mill, h 119 S Main. 
Sullivan Bartholomew, sectionman B & A R R, h 223, back 
Bridge. 

James, washer tender, h 60 Eastern av. 

Jerry, fuller, h 40 North. 

John, lab, b Mrs Mary S. Kelliher. 

John P., warp dresser, h Michael do. 

John J., boss on section B & A R R, h Vigeant blk, 
down stairs. 

Margaret, dressmaker, b James Leitch. 

Mary, warp spooler, h James do. 

Mary E., warp spooler, h Michael do. 

Michael, overseer wool scouring, h 182 School. 

Nellie, emp paper mill, h James do. 
Swaine William, day lab, b Robert Brown. 
Sweeney Catherine Mrs, (Jeremiah) boarders, h 210 Bridge. 

Kate, weaver, h Mrs Catherine do. 



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Tatro Garbates, wood sawyer, h 147 S Main. 

Joseph, wool sorter, h Garbates do. 
Taylor George B., weaver, h 49, east North. 

Isabella Mrs, (Alexander) h William F. do. 

Thomas, loom fixer, b Catherine Sweeney. 

William F., teamster, h 158 Richmond terrace. 
Thompson Charles B., farmer, h old rd to Hardwick. 
Thayer Charles W., teamster, h 47 North. 
Titcomb Arthur Rev, pastor Congregational church, h parson- 
age. Highland. 
Topp Adolph, oil peddler, h 6 Stevenson blk, r. 

Joseph, carpenter, h Harvey blk, N Main. 

Peter, picker lender, h 90 North. 
Toplifife George R., warp dresser, h 174 Goodfield rd. 



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Walker Samuel W.,b T. Henry Greenwood. 
Wallace Clara J. Mrs, (Joseph) h Charles L. Warner. 
Walsh Catherine Mrs, (Maurice) h old rd to Hardwick. 

Hannah, dressmaker, h Mrs Honora Lennihan. 

Timothy, farmer, h Mrs Catherine do. 
Ward C. Albert, asst supt Nos. 1, 2 and 3 mills, h A. B do. 

Albert B., supt Gilbert Co, h S Main, opp P O. 

Alfred, h Harry H do. 

Frederick W., asst supt Gilbert Co, h 117 S Main. 

Frederick W. 2d, loom fixer, h 104 New Braintree rd. 

Harry H., second hand card room, h Marsh blk. High- 
land av. ^1 

Thomas, emp dye hotji^, b Carrie E. Greene. 
Warner Charles L., farmer, h old rd to Hardwick. 

Clarence C, warp dresser, h 186 Highland. 
Warren John V., creamery, h Brigham's creamery. 
Wells James, clerk C. F. Hitchcock & Co, b S. J. Ramsden. 

Lewis, card stripper, b Mary Jane Hyland. 
Welsh John, spinner, h 22, back Bridge. 

Thomas, finishing room, b John Crowley. 
Wesson Frank A., livery and sales stable, b William Bombriant. 
White Belle, domestic, h William C. Goodfield. 
Whiteoak Greenwood, w^ol sorter, b L. Hutchinson. 
Wilder Emily J., operative, h Wales T. do. 

Flossie W., domestic, h Wales T. do. 

Wales T., lab, h 110 S Main. 



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Wiley Albert L., machinist, h Ilarclvvick rd. 

Lura A., teacher, h Albert L. do. 

Margaret, domestic, h Melzar Lambcrton. 

William James, weaver, b TLlmcr 1. l^radway. 
Williams Leroy C, gas maker, h 11<5 S Main. 
Williamson John, cloth finisher, h .S2 Western av. 
Wilson George G., overseer weave room, h Ho S Mam 
Wood Felix, card grinder, h 144 Richmond terrace. 

Ira H., carpenter, h 7;i Western av. 

William, photographer, h Vigeant blk, up stairs. 
Wrinn Hannah, weaver, b John McCarthy. 



L. C. J. MANN 



DEALER IN 



-^GROCERIES*- 

Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, 

CONKECTIONERY, TOBACCO. CIOARS. 

CANNED GOODS, Etc. 

FRUITS OF ALL KINDS IN THEIR SEASON. .'. .' . 



29 North Main St., - GILBERTVILLE. 



WINDSOR HOUSE. 

A NEW HOTEL WITH ALL THE MOD- 
ERN CONVENIENCES 



HOTEL AND LIVERY UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT. 



JANIES STEVENSON, Rrop 



^^ ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ROBINSON & CONKEY, 



^—DEALERS IN-^ 

OHIOIOE 



*^Beef, Mutton, Lamb,i^^ 



Veal. P<nk and Hams, 

COKNED BEEF, Etc. 



Oilbertvllle. . . . j^^^^_ 



J. S. BONNEY 



*fe_NEWSpEALER^^4 ^ 

BOOKSELLER and STATIONER. 



DEALER IN- 



CONFECTIONERY, CHOICE FRUITS, SODA, TOBACCO 
AND CIGARS. 



Fancy and Toilet Articles, Base Ball Goods, Photo and Autograph Albums, 

Scrap Books, Etc. 



Postofflce Building, - - GilbertYiile. 



Business Directory. 



Auctioneer. 

GREEN JOHN F., S Main, opp ]^ & A depot— Sec adv. 

Bakers. 

Brissette Louis, Moore blk, Harvey. 
Hudson Elias H., Dexter blk, N Main. 

Barber. 

Brunelle Joseph, 30 N Main. 

Blacksmiths. 

Giffin James F., Hardvvick rd. 
Moore Patrick C, Harvey. 

Boots and Shoes. 

Stevenson Geo. C. Jr, Hardwick rd. 

Carpenter and Builder. 

Wood Ira H., 73 Western av. 

Clock and Watch Repairer. 

Beaman Edwin P., Hardwick rd. 

Coal and Ice Dealer. 

DEXTER CHARLES, New Braintrce rd— See adv. 

Confectionery, Fruit, Etc. 

Hurley John W., N Main. 
Long Eugene A., N Main. 

Dressmakers. 

BARLOW SUSAN J. MRS, 50, east of North— See adv. 
Connell Annie, 18 N Main. 
Heffernan Hannah, Hardwick rd. 



20 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Drugs and fledicines. 

BROWN W. E., S Main— See adv. 

General Stores. 

GENDRKAU E. F., N Main, opp Windsor hotel— See adv. 
HITCHCOCK C. F. & CO, 123-5 S Main— See adv. 
MANN L. C. J., 29 N Main— See adv. 

Harnessmaker. 

Lamarchc Onesime B., Vigeant blk. 

Hotels. 

UNION, (William Bombriant, Prop)— See adv. 
WINDSOR, (James Stevenson, Prop) — See adv. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Brown W. E., 120 S Main. 

GREEN JOHN F., opp B & A depot— See adv. 

Wiley Albert L., Hardwick rd. 

Livery Stables. 

STEVENSON JAMES, r Windsor hotel— See adv. 
Wesson Frank A., n Union hotel. 

Meat and Provisions. 

Ballard Cyrille, Paige blk, N Main. 
ROBINSON & CONKEY, 27 N Main— See adv. 

Newsdealers and Stationers. 

BONNEY JOHN S., 10() N Main— See adv. 
Merrigan Michael, Hardwick rd, n Windsor hotel. 

Physicians and Surgeons. 

Bissonnette Chas. A. A., Winterbottom blk, N Main. 
BROWN W. E., 120 S Main— See adv. 

Stoves and Tinware. 

Dimarteau Stanislaus, Hurley blk, N Main. 



Miscellaneous Information. 



A O H Division No. :50— Organized Feb. 18, 1883. 
Meeis monthly first Thursday after 17th. Officers : President, 
John KelUher; vice-president, Lawrence Smith; recordmg 
secretary, Florence McCarthy; financial secretary, Edward 
O'Brien ; treasurer, Timothy Kenned)^ . ,„ u iurq 

GiLBERTVlLLE CORNET BAND— Organized March, 18»d. 
President, Peter Picken; secretary, Alfred A. Green; treasurer, 
Georee Abraham ; leader, Joseph Jackson. 

GlIBERTVILLE READING ROOM ASSOCIATION— Located m 
Gilbert Go's blk, near B & A depot. Open every evening. 
W. H. Coldwell secretary. 

Industries— Geo. H. Gilbert Manufacturing Company. 
[See "Corporations and Industries" Ware Section.] 

L O. L., DIAMOND True Blue, No. 85— Instituted Jan-/&, 
1890. Officers: W. M., John J. Jackson; DM., William 
Simmons; Chap., Thomas J. I™i" J Sec, W.U.am Gray; 
Treas., James Brennan; inside tyler, Robert D. Haddon ; tyler. 
Tames Fulton; committee, Robert Douglas, William Mont- 
gomery, Robert Lee, Robert Brown, John J. Simmons; con- 
ductors, George Bennett, Joseph Simmons. 

Postoffice Arrangements— Postmaster, J. b. lionney, 
assistant, Miss F. M. Bonney. Mails arrive: it.l!) a. m., 4, 
6.36 p. m. ; depart: 9.10, 9.40 a. m., 6^25 p. m 

ST Aloysius Catholic Mission— Organized 18/1. bun- 
day services : Mass 8 and 9.30 a. m., alternate Sundays ; ves- 
pers every Sunday at 3. Parochial school organized 188 J , 
attendance, 140. Rector, Rev. J. T. Shcehan, Ware. Curate, 

Rev. L. Geofifroy, Ware. • j ai i, 

Trinitarian Congregational Church— Organized March 
7 1867 Pastor, Rev. Arthur Titcomb ; deacons Melzar 
Lamberton, Wales T. Wilder; clerk, A. H. Richardson; 
treasurer, John F. Green. Services : Sunday, preaching 1 1 
a. m.; Sunday school immediately following; evening service, 
6 30; Monday, Y. P. S. C. E. meeting 7.30 p. m. ; lli"«day, 
prayer meeting 7.30 p. m. Y. P. S. C. K^organized Aug. 3 
1891. President, J. L. Shepherd. W. C. T U. organized 
Tune 4, 1888. President, Mrs. L. A. Evans. Meets monthly. 
Mission Circle organized June 11, 1885. Meets monthly. 



22 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



E. F. Qendreau, 

DEALER IN 

''''''''''''■'■''■ I I i ■ I I I ,, I I 



Bry Goods , groceries, 

''■''■'''' M ■ I I I I I I I I I . , I I I , _^ 

BOOTS AND SHOES, 

Tea, Coffee and Spices, Tobacco and Cigars, Confection- 
ery, Tinware and Crockery, Carpetings, 
Oil Cloths, Etc. 



Opp, Windsor Hotel, - - Gilbertville. 



Charles Dexter, 



DEALER IN 



Gsal - and - TQe. 



OFFICE AT HOUSE, - - GILBERTVILLE. 



UNION HOTEL, 

A FIRST CLASS HOTEL 

♦ ♦ Por /praOellin^ Men and Pai'fies. ♦ ♦ 
Ivivery Stable Connected. 



Wm. Bombriant, Prop. 



street Directory. 



Bridge, from Highland av to covered bridge. 

Dexter avenue, from N Braintree rd south to Dexter's residence. 

Eastern avenue, parallel with North. 

Furnace road, from N Main northeasterly to Furnace. 

Goodfield road, from S Main northeasterly to New Braintree rd. 

Grove, westerly from S Main. 

Hardwick road, from N Main, at Windsor House, to Hardwick 

Center. 
Harvey, from Union House to Hardwick rd, below Heffernan's. 
Highland avenue, across head of Bridge to the parsonage. 
Light House hill, from North around the hill to North. 
Mill, from S Main southwest to B & A R R. 
New Braintree road, from S Main to New Braintree Center. 
North, from Gilbert Co's office to Western av. 
North Main, northerly from stone bridge to Furnace rd. 
Old Hardwick road, from N Main northeasterly to Hardwick 

Center. 
Richmond Terrace, from School south to Goodfield rd. 
School, from S Main east, then south. 
South Main, southerly to Ware line. 
Water, from Bridge south to No. 4 counting room. 
Western avenue, westerly from Eastern av. 

JOHN F. GREEN, 

AUCTIONEER 

AND 

^ JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. •)--^^ 



CONVEYANCING IN ALL ITS DETAILS, 



OFFICE, SOUTH MAIN ST., OFF. B. &- A. DEFOT. 

185? O-'-"^ 



Contents 



Business Directory, .... Page 19 

Index to Advertisements, .... 24 

Miscellaneous Information, . . . . 21 

Residence Directory, .... 3 

Street Directory, . * . . . .23 



Index to Advertisements. 



Barlow Susan J. Mrs, dressmaker, . . Page 24 

Bonney J, S., newsdealer and stationer, . . .18 

Brown Dr. W. E., physician, . . .5 

Dexter Charles, coal and ice, . . . . 22 
Gendreau E. P., dry goods, groceries, boots, shoes, etc., 22 

Green John F., auctioneer, etc, . . . 23 

Hitchcock C. F. & Co., general store, . . 2 

Mann L. C. J., general store, ... 17 

Robinson & Conkey, meat and provisions, . . 18 

Union Hotel, (Wm. Bombriant, Prop) . . 22 

Windsor Hotel, (James Stevenson, Prop) . . 17 

MRS, SUSAN J, BARLOW, 

DRESSMAKER. M^^ 




Work taken In, or will go out by the day. 
NO, 50 EAST OF NORTH ST., - - GILBERTVILLE . 



JOHN H. STORRS. JOHN H. STORRS, JR., GEORGE D. STORRS. 



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John H. Storrs 
& Sons. 



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l^eal 6sfafG. 



Entire charge of property taken 
and rents collected on commission. 
Every facility possessed for making 
alterations and repairs of wWch tlie 
owner receives the laeneflt. 

Personal attention given to each 
detail. 



lr\surar\ce. 



Insurance on all kinds of risks 
placed at the lowest possible rates. 
No charge made for ordinary endorse- 
ments. 

The strongest and best stock and 
Afutual companies represented by 
this agency. 



-:- FOR RENTAL. =:- 

Hotels, Boarding Houses, Private Dwellings, single or double Stores, Offices, Stables, 
Storage, Land and every description of Real Property. New buildings of every descrip- 
tion erected at any time for customers. -:- -:- -:- -:- -:- -'- -' 



THE WAY TO OWN A HOME. 

Purchase a building lot. One Hundred to choose from In a dozen different locations. 
All accessible and nnely located. Prices $300 and upwards, $25 to $100 down, balance to 
remain on property at current rate of interest, and to be paid for by monthly mstalments. 



I Interest allowed to purchaser on every payment 
""■j from the time the payment is made. : : : : : 

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Isaac Jeffries, 



DEALER IN 



Fryit and Confectionei-i, 

STATIONERY, 

Blank Books, Paperhanpp, 

CIGARS AND TOBACCO. 

Toys, Children's Carriages, 
Wagons, Etc. 



57 MAIN ST. 



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WARE. 




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Joseph Dumas, Jr., 



-DEALER IN- 



!!!!!! 



WOOD 

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AND 



Lumber, 



Aspen street, Ware: 



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^eal Estate, : : : 



ACME I 

800K!ii«)oiNr.co..m& 

NOV 28 1990 

4)0 CAWBKtOGe STREET 
JHARUSTOWN. MAS&.