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C. H. & J. PRICE, 

DBALBR8 IM 

DRUGS, MEDICINES AND GHEMIGALS, 

Trnssn, Elaslic Bullates, Sloclings, fiec Cais anil Antlels, 
IMPOP"'^"" ,"" — "GARS. 

SA ^ DO. 

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LEAD ^„,fc^, LEAD. 

125 lass. 

>eR 

Neiels, fiaMers, Haiil Bails. 



RESIDE11CLJ4IN0RTH ST.,SH0P,62 NORTH ST. 




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Y 
Salem Foundry and Machine Shop. 

CHABIiEB F,.CUBWBK, Fropriator, 
MAsmTACTURKBs or 

ELEVATORS, 

■with Patent Safety Attachment. 



Leather Scouring Machines, 

Tan Presses, Grate Bars, &c. 

MACHINERY BUILT AND REPAIRED. 

Pattern and Model Making. 
COR. LIBERTY AND DERBY STS., - SAI.EM, MASS. 



GEO. McQUESTEN & CO 



BHIPPKRS AND DEALERS IN 



Yellow Hue, Oak, Ship i Erldgs 




LOCUST and WHITE OAK TREENAILS, 

Hackmatack Znees, Etc. 

PLANING AND SAWING DONE TO ORDER, 



OFtriCBi ATVD WHAKF, 

170 Border St. - - EAST BOSTON 

Ord«r Boxei, 110 Heclianlcs' Kxehftiiiife and 77 State Street* Boston. 

XSAS-r BOSTON 

RALVANIZIl mill 

Ship, Yacht, and Boat Work 

OF ALL KINDS. 

Every description of Nails at lowest prices. 



} 



Weeks' Wharf - - - Near Central Square, 

3BOSTOIV, »IA!*i«. 

The SMt Boston Hone Cars Fms ttirongb Central Square. 



HILX. & WRIQHT, 

ILWnTFACTCTRERfl OS" 

CASKS,VATS«TANKS 

OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. 



Brewers, Paint, 

Chemiste, Dyes, 

Railroids, Pulp, 

Cistema Hidea, 

for and 

Public Liquids 

and of ' 

Private all 

Buildings. Kinds. 

CYPRESS VATS, CISTERNS AND TANKS 

For Umnfactarers, Brewers, Byers, etc. 

Water Casks, Square Tanks, Harness Casks, Buckets, 

And all kinds of Coopers' Ware for Sbipa' use. 

CASKS, VATS, TANKS, AND WHITE OAK SHOOK 

Of All Kinds for Exportation. 

BUCKETS FOB WHITE LEAD, Ai WHITE OAK KEGS 

Of all Elzes and Descriptions a Specially. 

lannfac Dries it 129 to 161 Soiner SIral, East BosIod, ad Salei, Eass. 
OFFICE, 141 SUMNER STREET, EAST ROSTON, 

BMUST B. BILZ. OKOHliS wniOBT. 



JOHN BOYLG & CO. 

MACHINISTS, 

Manufacturers and Repairers of 

STEAM ENGINES, 

Mill and Steam Work of all kinds. 

SHAFTING, PULLEYS, GEARING, ETC. 

Steam, Water Fioe aM Fittiiigs, constantly on tianil.. 

Caller Street Place - - ,PEABODY, MASS. 



jXjIS 



K. W. J3jk££ 






For Collection of Clsums in Law and Equity, 

us Alili VARTB OF THB UNITBD STATES. 

Special Attention given to claims in Admirally. 

5 COMMERCIAL WHARF (Near Commercial Street), BOSTON. 

OFFICE HOURS FROM 9 a. m. TO 4 p. m. 

P. 8. — Cnptalns of Vessels are partioaUrly invited to call for Ooansel and Advice on questions of 
Demurrage, Ck>llisiuns, Damage^, etc., Free of Charge. 

mr. G. DONAliO A GO. 

MANUFACTURERS OP 

PRINTING INKS, 

ALHO, riNB QUALITIES OP 



We also call attention of Froit Cfrowers (o onr Qruh Fartermfnatort or Tree Ink, the cheapest 
and best protectiou aguiust the ravageti uf the Can Kbit Wobm. 

Factories at Andover and Salem* 

OFFICE, 85 WATEB STREET ------- BOSTOIT. 



GEORCE H. LITTLE, 



ICANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 



Single and Mle Ui Injector^ 

Jet Pump and Valve, Engines, Steam and Power Pumps, Boilers 

and Steam Heating Apparatus, Pipe, Fittings, ValveSi 

Hose and Hose Couplings, Rubber Paclcing, eto. 

FOSTER STREET - - - PEAB0D7, MASS. 

• IjooIc Box 31. 

BBAS8 FIHI8HIW0 HT ALL ITS BRATCHES. 

GEO. W. PEPPER, 

MAHUFAOTUBBM OW AXiL KINUB OMT 

COMECmmRY 

For Wholesale and Fine Retail Trade. 

Lozenges, Chocolates, French Creams, Jujubes, Japanese Cocoa- 
nut, Plain Candies, Mixtures, in great variety. 



Gibraltars, Blackjacks and Cough Drops. 



ALSO WHOLESALE DEALER IN 



KO. 4 ELM STBBBT • - - 





PICTUEE FRAMEHS | GILDERS. 

SWISS. FANCY GOODS. AND BRONZES. 

Engravingt, Etching! and Photogravure!, Chromos, Albertype*, Lilhographi, 

Photogrspha, water Colors, Patieparlouts, Easela, Brackets, Mouldinga, 

Looking-glaa* Platei, Cordi, Knobt, Hooka, ate. 

283 ESSEX STREET {Mechanic Hall euiLOiNG), SALEM, MASS. 

Pttrtlculiir Bllmllun p»1(l to Regll dlng Old FraniM. 

Book-bindeR 

AKD 

BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER. 



OSSESVER BUILIlIlISi CITY BALL ATEUCS, 
■■'TSES-KSl'M'™ SALEM, MASS. 
OF. JM. VElR-ItirNTOIV, 

F O O K EX2 B O p K S , 

198 WASHIHGTOW STREET - - - - BOSTON, MASS. 

virii.i«iAni p. ciTASE, 
BOOK-LETTERING «k STAMPING, 

183 Washinglon Street, up-stairs - - BOSTON. 

NancB narked on Boulu, Alb^mii, Trovr'lllng [luift. TuOiet Booki, TruHea. Bllka, Sulna, BulEH.ete. 
W. 1'. C. rccelvi-d B U.-dil ni ili<: Fair of ihe Uiu>iL.:Imsciu CbiulliibJe Mi.'olianlc AHOclatiou, IB14, for 
Booli-Uutriug und BLaiiiijInK. 

TBB C.&FB &ZT1T CSJLtTITli CO. 

Bay View - - - - Gloucester, Mass. 

aOLlOIT OBDEKS tOB ALL HDDS OF 

GRANITE WORK. 

I'Mtlculnr mienllon ^vi^u tu rOLISHKn WOSirMKNTAL STllUOTUltEe. EBItmatei ud ' 
Dcilgu. rurnlirliisd. 

n. B. BIHHZII.Inu. S. W. fOSTEl, SsTt. IDSIS B. FUSCB, FiM, 

BOSTON OFFICE, SIMONS BUILDM, BOOH 12, 49 WATBB STBBEf. 



JILBERT RUSSELL lit 5DN5, 



SA-MUKL LANE & BRO. 

PBODUntBS, VCRBIS, 8HIFPEBS IND IN8PB€T0I» OF 

Dry and Pickled 



22 VIirCENT STEEET - - GLOUCESTER UASS. 

BAWDEL LAinc. GBOICQS B. LAtTB. 

HOPKION & MARDEN, 

WHOI.EI8ikI.n DBAUlBa IN 

WOODEN WARE. 



Willow and Tia Ware, Brooms, Brashes, 

PB£NCH, liSSSUS and AUSBICAN BASSETS, 

lam ajJ Camp Teils, Clofcs.Dricre, Wriijurs, elc. 



15 and 16 Faneuil Hall Sq., 

(South Side) BOSTON. 

■WK. i. BOFKISSOX. ALTAH If. MAMUBlf. 



I Boston Leal Uamifaotmn; Co. 



OX*B*XC3ZIr 

24 and 26 OLIVER STREET, BOSTON, MASS. 



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JJJ MANCFACTURBEC3 OF 

I "BOSTON STAR BRAND" 

I PURE WHITE LEAD, 

^ DRY AND GROUND IN OIL. 

S RED LEAD AND LITHARGE. 

■a Lead Pipe and Sheet Lead, 

^ PiTEKT TIIILINFD PIE PDEE BLOCMIH PIPE, C0PPE8 m 

^ UDH PnHFS, SOLDEB, ETC. 



We warrent our R>d Leodknd Utbnrge lo be ■trial Ir piir«, and oC tb« flucM qnalltr. 



S SAKUEL UTILE, Pres. WILLIAM J. BRIDE, Tre«s. 



ESSSX OOUNTr DIREOroRT. 



189 Essez, Cor. Central St., Salem, Uass. 



DRUGS I MEDICINES 

Oh«mlc«li, Qamice Fttnt XediotDM, TtUrt.Ooodi, 
uA •Tuaj Artlclfls. > "' 
M-FHTSIOIAHB'FBEBCBIFTIOHS OAUBFDLLT OOHFODSIIB]). "«• 
Pore WlnM And Llquon for Medlclnail Uees. 



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2 - E8BEX COUNTT DIBBOTORT. 

WM. H. BURNHAM, 

TOP ROI.Ii OOVERER 

AKD DEALER IN 

ROLL COrESEBS* AND MILL SUPPLIES, 

Calf, Sheep and Lamb Skins, Tweeds, Clearer and Roller Cloths, 

.A.E'Zt.OZia' .A.XO'XS TTCroOXa SXEXXrOI, 

AMD UFMivin rATTiBin or bou. oomaM' t«ou. 

309 MKTHVES STREET, LAWKBUCB, MASS, 
Xa. c«3 O. 'WC90]3JVC.^IV, 

FLORISTS Mss^ Sii]i^ 

^^™ ■ DANVERS, MASS. 

Growers of "u^Jjigs^g.l.tj^'k^'iPiC.'S.s 



AUD OKJfAMXSTAL fl, tNT9, '... 



d Qeotfitowi E. E. MOp M TapliyvlU* 



y»lBUbi*P]uuIiiIhFtr>«iuon,lneliidliiECBbbi«B(urlr Mil liM).CauJtflDwar,TDmaii] 
bv'lH, Kn, Peppci PUnti, Ma., «u. '■Dumra Onion" BMd ■ ttpwsUIty. Btnqaai 
T«bl« De^gOM when dulnd. VWion bj Neubnrjport ud Qeotfitowi E. E. mod 
BHtkiii ; bj Eauarn E. B. nop at DuTan Butlon. 

Onters by K^[ will mu prompt tll«ntio!L Goods per h^m to aij poioL Terms Cash. 
TIMOTHY O'OOJSJSrifiJJ:., 

DEALEBIN 

BOOTS, SHOES and RUBBERS. 

ALSO 

CATHOLIC BOOKS AND PICTURES 

Fnrnlibed at tha Lovnl Triett. 

299 Essex Street, Salenif Mass. 

UppV BooU and Shoaa mada lo mranra- 
Rapaliliig niMjJ dOM. TEnna reaaouUe. 




AGKIJT FOE THK 

Allan. Cunard, Inman, Anchor, 

Williams and Guion, 
White Star and State lines. 

ALBO, 

Tickets to Australia and California, with 
Sight-Drafts for £1 and upwards. 

PASSAGEB AT THE LOWEST RATES. 

Intelligenoa Offloe and Vtrie^ Store by Mn. ^]no% (rCoimelL 



Naumkeag Brewery, 

60 UNION ST., SALEM, MASS. 

FINE ALE AND POUTER, 



MADE FROM THE 



Best Camilla lalt ail GtoM Nif Tort Stati Hojs. 

NOT EXCELLED BY BEST PRODUCED IN THE COUNTRY. 

Ground Malt and Hops for sale. Orders by mail or 

telephone promptly filled. 



^ 



9 FRONT STREET, SALEM, MASS. 






Having been obliged, by increase of basiness, to make extendi vo improTcmentii and additions in 
machinery, we woald solicit all classes of Jif echaDical Woric, special manufuctare of Brass or Siecl, or 
any articles to be put on the market. 

BrUSS Finishing ^Q a^I its branclies, Window Guards, Gratings, Arcbitcotnral Work and 
Stamping. 

Fine Instrumental Work of all descriptions, Model Making, etc. 

The Very Best of Iron and Brass Casting furnished for customers, flnuhed as 

desired, plated and d< livered complete. 

Draughting and Designing in any of the ab'tve work done when required. AU 
designs carefally and faithfully carried out (and not appropriated or used). 

Respectfully, 

EDWARD C. BATES. AUGUSTUS P. BRIGHAM. 

O FRONT STREET, SA.IL.E!!!, 



TELEPHOHE COHNECTIOH WITH BOSTON OR ANY NEW ENGLAND CITY. 
Ma^ 1, tS84. 



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ESSEX COUNTY 

DIRECTORY 



FOR, 188<i-85- 



▲ OOMPUBTB niDBX TO TUB 



||er(mt!le, jpmjMurmg and Srojleastonal Inleresl^ 



or THB OOUIITT, TOOflTBBB WITH MUCH 



VALUABLE MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION, 



PRZOOB, 98. OO. 



BRIGGS & CO., PuBLisHERa 



raiNCIPAL OFFICE, 
189 MILK STREET, BOSTON, MASS. 

1884. 

{ Snterad, seeordlng to Aet of Ooagren, In the year 1884, by Brioo^ h Oo., In the Office | 
•^r^ of the Llbnurlan of OoogreM, «t WMhington. ^ 



\ |4 \ ^ - ^^88EX COUNTT DTREOTORT. 

^H^ *- * P. ' ■ ■ < \ ' ■ 



^. HfCrH-STREET PHARMACY, 



Drugs ^^o medicines, 

^^ ^ Cbemleali, Gennlntt Patent Mediolnet, Toilet €K>ode and Fancy A rtlclea. 

Fhytleiane' Prescriptlona carefnlly compounded. Pore Wines and Liquors 
for Medicinal uses. 




f 

Would respectfully announce that be may be consulted upon all brantthes 
of the Medical Prufesiiion. 

DEuasgf OFFICE. 156 HIGH STREET, 

NEWBURTPORT, MASS. 

Orders to tIsU professionally may be left at High Street Fbarmaoy • 
Telephone connected with ofBoe. 

CONTENTS. 

aoadbxibs • 19 

Advebtisememts 417 

r 

Advertisers outside the Countt 865 

Banks , 899 

Boston Advertisebs 865 

Countt Officers 891 

Courts 889 

Custom House Officers 884 

Expresses 149 

Gas Companies 406 

General Dirbctort • • 19 

Index to Advertisers 7 

Insurance Companies « 405 

judiciart 889 

Justices of the Peace 892 

Manufacturing Companies 241 

Map of Essex Countt Opposite Calendar 

Miscellaneous Department 882 

Monet-order Offices 388 

Newspapers 409 

Notaries Public 898 

Patrons outside of Essex Countt 865 

Population • 889 

Post-offices and Postmasters 884 

Savings Banks 403 

Sheriffs 391 

State Government 882 






GALLAGHER MANUFACTURING GO. 

IlmsaliCliaipioiiRatcIiet Drills 

EMERY GRINDERS, 

Shears for Shoe Pattern 
Cutting and Tinners' Use, 
Heel Nailing Jacks, Button 
Hole Cutters, and Speed 
Indicators. 

NO. 18 STBTE ST.. LYWW. MRSS. 

ALBERT E. HUGHES, 







SHOWCASES, 

309 Washington St. 

OPP. OLD SOUTH CHURCH, BOSTON. 



BENJAMIN McKEEN, 

MACHZXTZST, 



illwrjght ""I Engineer 



MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 



Curriers' Machinery, 

Leather-dressing. Machinery, 
Morocco Machinery and 
Putting-out Machines. 



DEALER IN 



M m SEGOl-IiND SHiFTINI}, FOLLETS, 



SEWIITG UACHIHE FIXTimES, Etc. 



All kinds of Machine Jobbing promptly attended fo* 



19 CALLER STREET, 

PEABODY, fflASS. 



E88KX OOUNTT DIREOTORT. 



DANIEL T. SMITH, 

{r»rmmrly ^M»BM SMITH,) 

HOROLOGIST 



AND DEALER IK 



American ^WTatcheSj 

WATCH FURNITURE. 



SBBCTACLES, B¥E-GLA88Ba, ETC. 

No. 241 Essez. cor. Wasliington St. - - SALEM. 

PARTICULAB ATTEHTIOH TO PIHB WATCH HEPAIRIirO. 
175 Eiwx Street, Salem - - - Oppodte Coodn't Bee Hive. 

1>SAZ,BM IS rXMSX-OZASa 

PIANOS AND ORGANS. 

Instruments Rented and Sold on Instalments, Pianos and 
Organs Tuned and Repaired, and Lessons given on tlie 

PIANO, ORGAN AND VIOLIN. 

NEW ENGLAND OVERALL CO. 



MANUrACTUBBBS OV 



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OJBO. V. etlBJLJSY, Proprietor. 

Orders »y mail promptly fitt ed. 21 CENTRA L STREET, SALEM, MASS. 

GKORGZS SIBLKY, 

MANUFACTURER OF COTTON SEAM STAYING, 

IN SATEEN, CANVAS, jyBLTLL. AND TICKING, 

For Boot, Shoe, Box and Bnspender Makers, Cut in all Widths. 



Ala0 80LJB ZINIHOB, Bte. "W^ 



If E8BEX COUNTT DIHECTOBT. 

B. F. BRIGOS. J. W. BRIGOS. 

E,. F. BE/IO-GS Sc CO. 



IVIannfhoturera of 



Fine Light Carriages i Wagons, 



IZrSSSZiS, BODISS JUTS CgARS. 

AMEtBURY, MASS. 

Bnnch Hoases : - • Baltimore, Md., and Hm Francisco, Csl. 

Pal«nlM ud HuifkotiTar of 

THE WELLS 

Automatic Jump Seat. 



Your inspection 


is respectfully solicited. 


At R. F. Bi-igga A Co. 


HOTEL 


NAHANT, 


NAHANT BEACH. 


S. SOULE & SON - - - Proprietors. 


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SAMUBL SOULB. 


FRANK SOULE. 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX TO ADVERTI8BR8. 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



Pagx 
Adami Rnftu, Newbniyport. . . . 450 

Aldrich C. W., Amesbury 470 

Al**zaii<ler A. H. & Co., Lynn. . 434 

Allrn J. H.,8ftlem 16 

Ain<*ricaD Iioaii and Trwit Co.» 

Bostou front cover 

Audersun John M., Salem. 425 

Amirews Oilman A., Salem 422 

ArliuKton Milla, Lawrence 427 

Asbestos Packing Co., Button, 

front co?er 
Anatin & Graves, Boston, 

back colored 

Babcnck C. Mrs., Salem. 425 

Balicock C. F., Salem 422 

B>»rhelder L F., L;rnn 446 

Bacheller J. M., ^lewbaryport. . 458 
B:«ker K. W., Boston. ..front colored 

Barlow J. W., Lawfence 428 

Harileit J. L., Haverhill. . . .opp. 207 
Bares Thomas S. & Co., Boston, 

opp. 206 
Hat«^ Sc Br^ham, Salem .... opp. 2 

Batchelder H. C, Salem 419 

Bates & Wheeler, Salem 419 

Beckett Benj. jr., Peabody 459 

Bee Hive Spindle and Filer 

Works, Lawrence 428 

B*-rry A. W., Peabody 469 

Beverly Savings Bank, Beverly. . 405 

Bird W. E., Boston front colored 

Blan<*hard C. C, Lynn 435 

Blethen A. 9. & Co. , Lynn 441 

Boardman O. jr., Amesbory. . . . 467 

Bond J. W., Ipswich 469 

Botfton Belting Co., Boston, 

oppwTitle 
Boston Lead Mannf. Co., Boston, 

front colored 
Boosley G. B., Salem. ..front colored 
Bc^le John & Co., Peabody, 

front colored 
Bovnton Charles H., Gloaceeter. 449 
BrigKB B. F. & Co., Amesbnry. . 6 
BrookM & Toung, Boston. . . . opp. 61 

Brown Bros., Boston <^p. 60 

Brown D. J., Newbnryport. . . . 468 
Brown George B., Ipswich. ..... 469 

Brown J. JP., Haverhill 454 

Brown Peter, Peabody. 460 

Brown Square House, Newbnry- 
port 457 

Brown Theodore, Salem 421 

Burbeck Jos. N., Peabody 460 

Bamham L. A. & Co., Gloacee- 
ter , 461 

Bamham Wm. H., Lawrence. . . 2 



Paob 
Batler & Robinson, Lawrence. . . 427 
Baz24*ll O. W., Lynn 438 

Callam A. J., Merrimao 446 

Cameron H. P., Lynn.. .....i.. 446 

Cape Ann Granite Co., Boston, 

front colored 

Carney M. & Bro., Lawrence 431 

Catadal G. S., Hayerhill 466 

Chase W. P.. Boston. . .front colored 
Cheney A P., Korth Audover 

Depot 12 

Cilley Wm. W. & Co., Lynn.... 4.17 
Clapp David & Son., Boston .opp. 172 

CUrk C. S., Salem 418 

Clark May hew S., Pi-abody 463 

Clarke Phillip B.. Ipswich 469 

Clegg & Fisher. Lawrenoe 17 

Corhrane Chemical Co., Boston, 

opp. 172 

Cohen J. & Co., Lynn 440 

Colby C. H., Haverhill 456 

CoUiy D. T., Newbiirjrport 416 

Colby Henry M., Haverhill 452 

Col»^ E. N. Mrs., Salem 426 

Collier Perry, Salem 419 

Coll inn T. F. & Co , Boston, .opp. 206 

Colson G^eo. M., Salem. / 422 

Conant Henry, Salem 420 

Connor G. H , Lawrence. 4.'{2 

CooH Wm. -jr., Gloncester 452 

Coos Wm. & Son, Gloucester. . . . 451 
Crockett Frank S. , Lawrence. ... 16 

Cross F. W., Lynn 438 

Cross William H., Gloucester. . . 449 
CrowninshieldfB. O. Mrs., Lynn 439 

Cratchley F., Boston 471 

Curwen, Charles F., Salem, 

front colored 

Daily American, Lawrence 416 

Dame, Thomdike & Co., Lynn. . 17 
Davey Thomas & Co., Lynn. ... 16 

Davis Geo. A., Glouc&«ter 448 

Davis W.*W., Salem 13 

Davis & Furber Machine Co., 

North Andover 467 

Daw Brothers, North Andover... 430 

Dean & Blake, Peabody 461 

Deamaley James, Lawrence. . . . 430 
Dennett William, Gloucester... . 452 
Dewick C. F. & Co., Boston. 

opp. 172 
Dickerman G. H. & Co., Bostou. 471 

Dinsmore A S., Haverhill 456 

Dodd Willis G., Salem 421 

Dodd & Pratt, Boston opp. 258 

Dodge P. S., Gloucester 447 

Donahue E J., Haverhill 456 



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ALPHABBTICAI. INDEX TO ADYRRTISEBS. 



Pagb 

DooabiM & White, Lyiui 437 

DoDftld W. C. & Co., Bocton, 

front colored 
Donohne Jerpmlah J., Lyno. . . . 437 

Dow Fred. B.^Sal^m 41K 

I>Ti>coll l>auieU S»lfm 425 

Duffy Jftues B., Lynn 444 

Eayt Bofton GalTuiiiiDg Worki, 
'^ fkoDt oolored 

Edwards J. B.» Safem 17 

Elli»in Geo. W., Am^tbair 470 

Emeraop Geo. W. & Co., Lynn.. 433 

Krier A Knnert, LAwrottce. 431 

Eftex Hoow, Salem 13 

EemfZ >lilU, Botton. . . . , 474 

£»*ex Matnal Fire Ins. Co., 
Salem 407 

Farrell Thoman A., Salem 426 

FeJin GeorgD L., Gloacester .449 

Fellowa G. H. & Co., HaTeihill.. 4M 

Kellows Hairy. Haverhill 452 

FiHkeA. W.,Salem 422 

Forbes Wm. ik Sous, Lawrence.. 430 
Fn«t«*r Charles G. , Lynn., .back oorer 

Foster Fultou. Lynn 443 

Fowler Walter B., Lawrence. . . 428 

Frazier L & Son, LvDD 436 

Friend Seth, Beverly, 462 

Fnrbiish J. W., Lynn 438 

Furbush & Faller, Peabody 461 

Gallagher Mannf. Co., Lynn, 

opp. 4 

Gammon Geo. A., Lynn 433 

Ganey John, Salem 426 

Gay Aaron R. & Co. , Boston. ... 471 

Gny Charles W., Lynn 440 

Globe Hotel, Lawrence 16 

Globe Worsted Mills, Lawrence. 427 

Gloucester Bottling Works 448 

GoTMlell Zina, Salem 424 

Goodhue F. T., Ipswich 469 

Gooding H. A. & Co., Boston 

opp. 268 

Gordon D. S., Lynn 443 

Gordon H. £. & Son, Salem. ... 426 

Gore J. W., Salem opp. 2 

Grady John B^ Lynn 440 

Grant John W:, Salem 419 

Griffin Timothy J., Salem 418 

Grigg Joseph W., Boston, 

foot lines under pp. 341-344 
Guard Wm., Methnen 431 

Hall H., Lynn 441 

Hall Thomas, Lawrence 428 

Hall & Marr, Gloucester 452 

Hamilton & Baloomb, Salem. .. . 420 

Hamond William G., Salem 421 

Hanscom Bros., Haverhill 453 

Hanson G. W. & Son, Haver- 
hill 454 

Harris D. M^ Salem 420 

Hart T. F., Ly|in 438 



Paos 

Hartiffan Patrick, Salem 423 

Harty Michael, Gloucester. 447 

Harvey C. T., Lvnn 498 

Haaeltine John M., Haverhill. .. 466 

Haskell George, Salem 424 

Hatch L. B., Salem 418 

Hatch L. M. & Sods, Newbury- 

pori 459 

Halfleld & Burdett, Lynn 445 

Haveriull Iron Works, Haver- 
hill 466 

Hay Allan. Lynn 436 

Heifeman Edward, Lynn. 468 

Himeins & Giflford, Gloncastsr.. . 460 

HUl A. CLynn 440 

Hill Byron L., Kewburjrpori. . . . 468 

HUl Edmund, Metbuen 433 

HiU & Wright, East B«ialOD, 

front folored 
Hinzman S. D., North Andover. 467 

Hitchcock L., Danveis 12 

Holmes & RclMrtson, Lawrence. 429 
H omer J ohn, N e whuryport. ..... 4 

Hood Bobin. Ipswich 468 

Hi^kinson & Marden, Boston, 

front colored 

Horn Geo. W., Lawrence 429 

Hotel Nabant, Nahant 6 

Hotel Opera, Haverhill 462 

Howe, r. A., Boston. 474 

HoytBros., Lynn 468 

Hnghes A. B., Boston opp. 4 

Hume John, Amesbury 465 

Huthtns E. N. & Co., Law- 
rence 428 

Hutchinson Bros., I4ynn..baek cover 

Jackson H. W., I^n 446 

Jackson L., Lynn. 18 

Jacobs Bros., Boston 472 

Jewett C. H., Salem 426 

Jordan C. F., Ipswich 469 

Kelman W. W., Danvers 12 

Kent & Bruce, Lawrence 432 

Knight B. H., Salem 417 

Knight J. B., Kewburyport 467 

Kniveton G., Lynn 18 

Eoeller Bros., Boston 470 

Laoaillade Bros., Lawrence 432 

Ladd Luther, airant, Lawrence. .. 429 

L. A. May Co. , Lynn 11 

Lane Samuel & Bra, Gloucester, 

froni colored 
Lane & McLean, Gloucester. ... 448 

Lang& Jacobs, Boston 472 

Langsford T. A. & Son, Glouces- 
ter 462 

Law J. Edward, Lynn 437 

Lawrence Aerated Waterworks. 431 
Lawrence Lumber Co., Iaw- 

rence 429 

Lawrence Steam Bakery 432 

Lawrence Varie^ Wooa Works. 428 
LefavourW. J.,oalem 6 



ALPHABETIOAL UfDBX TO ADYEBTISBBB. 



9 



Paqb 

Lehay K. Mis., Ijyiui 489 

Lewis Llo^d Q., Lynn 473 

Lineliau «fobD, PeMbndy 461 

Little Geo. H., Peabody, 

front colored 

Llojd John, Oloncetter. 448 

Locke M. P„ Salem 420 

LoftoB & Richardson, Boston, 

opp. 00 
Lorinit St Ayery, Boston. . . .opp. 61 

L(»iigi»eJ. L.. Saitf^m 424 

Low D^Tid W., Gloiioestor 447 

LynnM., Peabody 460 

Lynn Mannf. Co.. DanTen 463 

Lynn Mutual Fire Ina. Co., 
Lynn •« 407 

Magnire & Herrick, Borarly. . • . 461 

Manninv E. C Haverhill 404 

M raball J. O. & Son, Lynn 485 

M -iteraC arles, Gloucester 448 

M "o- • Daorers 464 

Martin F. F. A Co., GlooMSter. 447 

Martiu Wm. F., Salem.. 423 

Mftveiick National Bank.Boston, 

front cover 

McDonald A., Danvers 464 

McEToy James, Lawrence 431 

McGlew Bros. , Newbaryport. ... 408 

Mclnois Alex.. Boston 16 

McKay Wm., Kewbunrport 468 

McKeen Beoi., Peabody. . . opp. 5 
McManus J. u. & Son., Boston.. 14 
McQaesten Geo. & Co., Boston, 

front colored 
Merehant Geo. jr., Gloucester.. . 461 
Merrick Thread Co , Bcton opp. 61 

Merrill G. S , Lawrence 416 

Miller Frank, Gloucester 447 

Miller J. A., Haverhill 463 

Mitchell E. A. & Co., Lynn 443 

Morrill Geo. T., Amesbury 466 

Morrison Daniel, Newburyport. . 457 

Morrison H. B.« Danvers 465 

Morse & Pollock, Salem 421 

Monlton C. F. & Co., Lynn 437 

Monlton G. H. Haverhill 4A6 

Murphy Cornelius, Beverly 464 

Mnrphy & Chapman, Lynn 438 

Mutual Fire Ins. Co., Salem. ... 407 

Nanmkeur Laundry, Salem 426 

New Eni^land Box Co^Lynn . . . 442 
New Sn£land O veral 1 Co., Salem. 5 
NichobThomas B., Salem, 

over Calendar 

Nichols & Pierce, Lynn 439 

Nussbaum Jacob, Lawrence.. . • • 481 

O'Connell T., Salem 2 

Oliver William, lorun 434 

O'Neil Thomas, Amesbury 465 

Oriental Powder Mills, Boston, 

opp. 269 
Orr James B., Lynn.. 446 



PooB 

Page C. AmLtoh 440 

Parker & Wood, Boston. 

Mok colored 

Partelow G. M., Salem 421 

Patch E. A. Miss, Lynn 439 

Patten Paul B., Salem 423 

Peahudy Frank L. , Lawrence .... 18 
Pearson John & Son, Mewbniy- 

port 459 

Pedrick W. £., Boston 470 

Peiroe Frank, Boston . . .back colored 
Pepper Geo. W., Peaboihr, 

uont colored 
Parley A. P. & Co., Danvers. ... 464 

Perltjy J., Salam. front colored 

Philbrick A. J., Salem 16 

Philinte Leon G., Beverly 462 

Phillips O., Lynn front cover 

Pinuock Thomas G., Salem 419 

Piper J. W., Lynn 439 

Pollard C. F., Lynn 18 

Portar Samuel, Beverly 462 

Preston Bros., Ipswich 468 

Preston H. P., Diinvers 464 

Price C. H. & J., Salem, 

^_ front colored 

Pride E.T>. , Newburvport 457 

Putnam Chas. A., Salem 424 

Putnam & Pope, Beverly 463 

Pyne A. W., Lynn 443 

Qniner W. H. & Ca, Beverly. . . 461 

Bedding, Baird & Co., Boston, 

opp. 178 

Reed M. H., Haverhill 455 

Ric<*, Kendall & Co., Boston.opp. 259 

Rilev H.'s Sons, Boston 416 

Ritchie Jos. A., Boston 472 

Robinson H., Lynn 4;^ 

Robinson H. S., Ronton 14 

Robinson Boiler Works, Boston. 14 
Robinson John & Co., Boston, 

back colored 
Rockwell J. S. & Co., Boston, 

opp. 61 

Rogers H.W., Lynn 440 

Rooney T., Lawrence 432 

Ross & Seaman, Lynn 446 

Rowe E. L , GlouceMtor 450 

Rowell Edward, Salem 425 

Russell A. & Sons, Newburyport, 

front colored 

Rnssell J. R.» Lynn 472 

Russell M. J., Lynn 437 

RusseU Paper Co., Boston 10 

Salem Foundiy and Mach. shop, 

Salem front colored 

Salt-m Glue Factory, Sal^m. . . . 425 

Salem Lead Co., front colore^l 

Salem and Essex Dye Huuse. . . . 426 

Sawyer E. C, Beverly 12 

Sawyer Wm., Haverhill A^ 

Sawver & Chase, Lynn 444 

Scribner B. H., Lynn 436 



10 



ALPHABETIOAL INDEX TO ADYERTI8RR8. 



Paob 

Sharp G«o. H., Salem 10 

Shaw X. H. & Son, Salem, 

front oolored 

Shute Bei\J. A., Lynn 439 

Sibl^ Geo., Salem 5 

Simms F. A., Lynn. . . 441 

SinHDS James, Gloaoester 4A0 

Simpeon Joneph, Glouoeiiter 401 

Siinpdon J. R. & Co., Lawrence 4!i3 

Sisiuiu A. H. , Lynn 4^. 

Smith B. F.p Bcwton front cover 

Smith Daniel T., Salem 6 

Smith W. & Co., Salem 423 

Smith & RobiD8on« Lynn. ....... 440 

Smith & Smart, Salem 13 

Sonle Samuel & Son, Lynn 6 

Spaulding & Tewksbnry, Boa- 
ton opp. 60 

Star Laundry, Salem 426 

Stevens Geo. S., Lynn 444 

Stewart A.. Lynn 434 

Stockman Charles C, Newbury- 

port 407 

Stoddart A. P., Glonoester 403 

Story O. L., Boston opp. 206 

Straw W. S., Danveis 460 

Tanner H. C, Haverhill 400 

Tarr A. W., Bookport 406 

Tarr Harvey, Rockport 470 

Thompson & Coombs, Lawrence. 430 

TimsoD E. H., Lynn 436 

Todd A. W. & Co., Amesbury. . 466 
Tonks Alfred, Boston 472 



Paob 

Trask E. D. & Son, Peabody 460 

Trask J. Arthur, Peabody 460 

Tremoot House, Haverhill 402 

Twombly Bros., Lynn 444 

Valley Visitor, Kewbuiyport ... 416 

Walen M. & Son, Glonoester. .•.400 

Wallace J. B.Salem 422 

Walworth Manuf. Co., Boston, 

opp. 209 
Warren C. H. & Co., Peabody. . 409 

Wai>hington John S., Salem 419 

Webster Fred. L., Danvers, 

back cover 
Welch J. P. & Co., ]>nn. front cover 

Welch 0. E. & Co.. Lynn 438 

Wells H. P., Amesbury 6 

White Geo. A., Lynn 440 

Whittier Geo. W., Merrimao. ... 447 

Whittier P. C, Amesbury . . 460 

Wight H. A., Lawrence 429 

Winchester J. F., Lawrence. . . . 433 
Winchester & Hankell, Lynn. . . 435 

Winn S. B. & Son, Salem 420 

Winslow William, Boston. ..opp. 208 

Wood Bros., B«)Ston 471 

Woodbury B. P., Peabody 463 

Woodman £. & C, Danvers. ... 2 

Yerrinton F. M., Boston, 

* front colored 
Young Thomas F., Salem 421 



RUSSELL PAPER CO. 



KANUFACTUBSBS OF 



BLOTTHfG PAPER, 



BOOK and ENailTE-SIZED FLAT CAP and 



nrzsmrsPAP&Ry 



LAWRENCE 



MASS. 



K89EX CODNTT DIREfTORT. 11 

THE GKEA.T 

House-Furnisliing Emporium, 

OP ESSEX. COUNTY, 

IB AT 

N«8. 137 and 141 XTNION STREET, 

AND 

3, 5, 7, & 9 BinLBEBRY ST., W. LYNN, 

Wban nuj b* round tha edsbnMd 

Magee Ranges and Furnaces 

to fq '« D 

*i a *» ,_ 



AND THE RETIIOLDS, f ALEER AKD NICHOLS FUBNACES, 

And varfouB stfles of COOKING KANOES, 

CROCKERY TnFgLASSWARE, 

Ctitlerv, Silver-plated "Ware, 

FEENCH CHINA WARE, KEROSENE GOODS, 

Bafttgeratart, AgrimliMral IwipttvuHU, 

WOODEN, 'A'lLLOW AND RATTAN WARE, 

Bruihes of all kind*, Japanned and French Tin Ware, Enamelled Ware, Elegant 

Tin Toilet Ware, Wire Goodi, Bird Cage*, loe-oream Freezer*, Lawn 

Mowera, etc., etc, 

PLVMBISG IS ALL ITU BRANCHES. 



jt^GOODS SOLD ON INSTALMENTS.-^^ 

The X. A. MAY CO. 



12 ESSEX OODKTT DIRECTORT. 

RANTOUL STREET, BEVERLY. 

The "North Shore Wagon." 

This Curligt l> » cODitTDCted that tfac nti mt eui be rcmoTed cotlnlr ud uted tar traokj, Mo., 
tl(0 making > FIME-LOOBIMO DOUBLB CASBIAOE. 



W. W. KELMAN, 


I. aiTCHCOCK, 


Z.ADima' AKD OEKTS' 


Hon Bid Sip FaifltiDL 


ooiifi siieoi. 


W»,,tl«,, 


Idt il 111 kMn. Ojibn ii mrj itjii. 


No. 3T Maple Street, 


attended la and 


DANVERS - - MASS. 


Holten Bt, TAPLETVILLE. VA8S. 



Cor. Elm and Water Sts., opp. Davis Jt Furber Machine Co. 
NORTH AN DOVER UEPOT, MASS. 



ESSEX OODNTT DIKECIORr. 18 

Brass Founders and Finishers 

l£ANU7A.0TimSB6 OF 

STEAM, GAS AND WAM FITTINGS 

Or Stbmt DiaoBiPTioH, add thi 

AMERICAN WATER FILTER. 
SALEM: - - - - MA.S8. 

ESSEX HOUSE 

W. ff. DATIS, PreiiriBlor. 

The Best Hotel in the City. 
TRANSIENT RATES S2.25 PER DAY. 

Dinners, 50 Cents. 

BOARDING # SALE STABLE 

Cowneded with Hotel. 

F. L. PEABODY, 

Livery, Sale and Boarilini Stable, 




BMBX OOUNTT DIR^OTOBT. 



ROBINSON BOiL!ER WORKS, 

21fttmfhotiir«r« of all Idnda of 

STEAM BOILERS, 

TUBULAR, FLUE, FIREBOX XNB MARINE, 



ROBINSON SURFACE CONDENSER, FOR HEATING WATER WITH WASTE HEAT. 
BOILER FEED PUMPS, SAFETY VALVES, AND 

▲It kind* of Holler and Maobioa B«palr> promptly »tt«aded. to. 

H. s. ROBinrsonr, 

28 State Street, Boston. Works at East Boston, 

JOHN H. McMANUS & SON, 

Yacht Sail Makers 

il COHIEBCItL WHlfiF, 

BOSTON. 

SI.H*Uk tjmt^, HVHIO^ItipBLDU IV lUIUI-U Vint QlftU BllU ■! 
, vhleh we ausnintH. Ws tb«ik the Tucbtlng publlo tor 
llty Ta lb* put, ud wlU uidearor to merit ■ Mntlotuooa oV Ih' 



H*Ttat InoreMcd hcllltiei fbr maklns Tubt Sitli, «• in prepired to ftimlib Vint Olua Billi 

la loiTort prlee poadbla tor — ' ^ —ui.i. — ™r. .v.... ., i..i vu- r 

mIt coDfldenoe Is our ability : 



.l^on, Adrlanna. Br«»», Loreld, PrtooM*. 
BM1ls,°IIedDM, Vara, UitIi, Uaggl*. 



aHpecUliy. 



Eitlmnies, sic., on ■ppllcatioD, We hire no bnoch loft; i 
iMenwBt, Bt No. (T UndiduvMI Wbtrf, BmMd. 



Qome tnlo general IkTo: 



J. a. BZoJUAJ4^CT8 A SON. 



BS8BX OOUNTT DIBROTORT. 15 

THOMAS DAVEY & CO. 

mmm m ucmiBn. 



a^U JCoMw/aefMrsr* nf the OOZI>rU WAIT JPATENT MLmrATOM »A9mTT ZOOM 
AND ^ATB. StBmm, Wmfrmm/^ Qa» Pipe MTUiere, Almn, tt^mmf'^eiurere •/ 

neme^mmAraiemt WSLT TBIMMMB. 



70 MUNBOE STREET (P. P. Sherry's Block), LTNN, MASS. 

Jobtog dow la all ill Briabhi on thi moit B^uoiublt Ttrmi* 

ALEX. McINNIS, 

Wharf and Bridge Builder. 



OBDEB BOX 164. 



35 HAWLEY STREET, 



BOSTON. 



GEORGE H. SHARP, 



9XALBB IH rOBSieX AVD DOXXBTIC 






} 

ALSO 



AleSf Porterand Lager Beer. 

m 8iLI, VBOLIUU AKS UTUL. 

22 DERBY SQUARE .... SALEM, MASS. 



EB8BX onmnr dibbctobt. 



J. H. ALLEN, 

lUHUPAOTURSR OF 

GoflBns 

AND 

Gaskets, 

38 St. Peter St.,tliinl door from Salem Jail — SUEM, MASS. 

AllonUn front lb* nclvhboriiii town*, b; aipna or stherwiH, pnmipUf Ulandfd louid dcHiend 



A. J. FHILERICi:, 

UunbiiUigT ud Dslir In 

BICYCLES. 



Agnt fiir tha 

Pope Mannfactaring Co. 

Repairing Done in a Thorough Mainer. 

All Part* Hiide to may Bicycle. 

188 Bridge Street - SALEM MASS. 

GLDBE HOTEL. 

OPEN DAY AND NIOBX. 

46S and 468 Common Street, Lawrence. 

FRANK S. OEOOKETT - - - - Proprietor. 

JOE MCDONALD, | ™_. 



ESraX OOUNTT DIBEOTORT. 17 



DAME, TIIORNDIKE ft CO. 



(BneoeMon to L. H. Rrsssix), 





Gas and Water Pipers. 



DEALBB8 IN 



htghen furnishing goods, 

Staves, Manges and Furnaces, Tin and Wooden Ware, 

Lamp Goods, Burners, Chimneys^ Kerosene 

Oil, etc* Stove Repairs a specialty . 

No. 82 Munroe St - - LTNN, MASS. 

M. A. DAMS. C. A. THORNDIEE. J. F. MORGAN. 



JESSE B. EDWARDS, 

BUILDING MOVER, 



Orders left at 



64 Bridge Street SALEM, MASS. 

Brick or Wood Buildings Moved and Raised with care and 
dispatcli. 

CLEGG & FISHEB, 

MANUFAOTURBRS OF ALL KINDS OF 

LEATHER BOARD. 

LEATHER BOARD COUNTERS MADE TO ORDER. 

South Side Canal - LAWRENCE, MASS. 



EB6BZ OOUNTT DIBECIOBT. 

LAMBERT JACKSON, 

BOOI^BINDER 

BLANZ BOOK UAlHTFACnmEE. 

Nam«> Msrkwl in Gold or Silver, on Silk, Satin 
and Leathar. 

No. 60 MUNROE STREET - - LYNN, MASS. 



GILBERT KNIVETON, 



Alio, UuuhctDnrof and Dm 

BEELUTO OTTES k WOOD CVITESS 

And 111 kind* of 

8HOK MACHINERY. 

Kmery IFIieela. Enutn OrlndeTS, 

Kmrrr CIolli, Bmer7 

WhHl DraiMrs, 

DISH EMEBT WHEELS 

7tt OrluUii Bui*l] lift Irlamtt htt«n. 
KBPAlRlNO In kU IU brnDcho prompUj 



•-peclilly idaplcd f 



MANDFACrtlRBB OF AND DKALBR m 

Treadle, Portable and Ship 

BRINDSTONES. 



^I», Bmnditaiie, antrntttnt, i 



REAR 39 CENTRAL AVENUE, 

LYNN, MASS. 
d MtMiUini pidd to m « t l in Stanei for HouldtDc MUla. 



ESSEX COUNTY 

DIRECTORY 



FOR 1884-85. 

Arranged AlphabeiieaUy by BuHnesM and Towns, 

The JPoMt-offlee Address is also yiven when U 

differs fron^ the name ef the Tewn* 



Academies. 

Abbot Academy, Miss Philena McEeen, priDdpal, Andover 
Andover Theological Seminary, E. C. 8mythe, pres. ** 
Phillips Academy, Cecil F. P. Bancroft, principal, ** 
Barker Free School, Stephen Clark, principal, 

West Boxford, Bozford 
Bradford Academy, Miss Annie E. Johnson, Bradford 
High School, Edwud S. Fickett, A. M., principal, 

Georgetown 
Mnrdock T. J. Mrs. (writing and drawing), 14 

Merrimack, Haverhill 

Ipswich Female Academy, Ipswich 

CANNON G. C, Essex, cor. Broadway, Lawrence 

Baldwin Frank O., Lee Hall building. City Hall sq. Lynn 
Ready T. J. (Dancing Academy), 101 Market, «* 

Marblehead Academy, Marblehead 

Dommer Academy, John W. Perkins, prindpal, 

South Byfield, Newbury 
Johnson High School, North Andover 

Educational Institute, Sisters of Notre Dame, 15 

Walnut and 162 Federal, Salem 

Rummer Farm School, Winter Island, 
State Normal School, Broad, cor. Summer, 



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(50e BookteUers and StaUonen,) 

Agent. 

Merrimack Biv«r Steamboat Excursions, Daniel 
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Beverly 
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Greorgetown 
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Agricultural Implements Manufacturer. 

Ayers S. F. (ox yokes), Boxford 

Agricultural Warehouses. 

{See also Country Stores.) 

Whitcomb & Carter, Cabot, cor. Broadway, 

Burnham David B., Main st. 

Lowe Aaron, 

Berry J. O. & Co. 1 Masonic building, 

Cobban Wm. F. 

FELLOWS C. H. & CO. 81 Merrimack (see advt. 

p. 464), Haverbill 

HANSCOM BROTHERS, 80 Main (see advt. p. 

458), 
Say ward J. H. 85 Washington, 
GOODHUE FRANK T. 60 South Main (see advt. 

p. 469), Ipswich 

NEWMAN J. A. & SON, 8 Central block, " 

Hutchinson W. Henry, 49 and 51 Munroe, Lynn 

Stijlings F. I. 56 South Common, " 

THE L. A. MAY CO. 187 and 141 Union (see 

advt. p. 11), " 

Cloon William F. Marblehead 

DODGfi J. S. & SON, Broadway, cor. Lawrence, 

Methuen 
Stanley John C. 17 Water, Newbuiyport 

Kidder Benj. R. Rockport 

Smith L. E. '* 

Buffum Cbarles M. 222 Essex, Salem 

Hale Henry A Co. 225 Essex, 
RICHARDSON & WATERS, 215 Essex, 

Albertypes. 

SHAW X. H. & SON, 288 Essex (see advt. ftont 
colored) , Salem 

Ale Dealers (Wholesale). 

CARNEY M. <Sb BROTHER, Hampshire, cor. Con- 
cord (see advt. p. 481), Lawrence 

Ford Bros. 24 Short, 

THE LAWRENCE AERATED WATERWORKS, 
75 and 77 Hampshire (see advt. p. 481), 

HEFFERNAN EDWARD, 66 Munroe and 17 
Washington (see advt. p. 468), Lynn 

HOYT BROTHERS, 89 Washington (see advt. p. 
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GANEY JOHN, 39 Mill (see advt. p. 426), 
Gardner Alden B. 14^ Front; 
Pigott & Lawton, 134 Boston, 



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Ale, Porter, and Cider. 

(See also Saloons.) 

DAVIS GEORGE A., Main, cor. Porter (see advt. 

p. 448), Gloucester 

LANE & McLEAN, 21 Dancan (see advt. p. 448), '' 
Ham G. W., fear 66 Washington, Haverhill 

Smith O. A. & Co. (wholesale and retail), *' 

THE LAWBENCE AERATED WATER WORKS, 

75 and 77 Hampshire (see advt. p. 431), Lawrence 
Atkins N. E. 12 Malberrj, Lynn 

HEFFERNAN EDWARD, 66 Mnnioe and 17 

Washington (see advt. p. 468), 
HOYT BROTHERS (wholesale), 89 Washington 

(see advt. p. 468), 
GANEY JOHN, 89 Mill (see advt. p. 426), 
Moriarty M. & Co., Market sq., cor. Front st. 
WINN S. B. & SON, 191 Washington (see advt. 

p. 425) , 

Amusement Managers. 

Moalton & Johnson, 129 Washington, 

Anchor Manufacturers. 

CAPE ANN ANCHOR WORKS, W. N. Fisher, 
agent, 

Apothecaries. 

Baban Edward, Main st. 

Merrill F. W. 88 Main, 

Nayson Charles A. 29 Main, 

Tobey M. G. 3 Main, 

Creasey J. W. 6 Market, 

Brown John J. & Co., Main st. 

Parker George H., Main st. 

Shattuck C. H., Jr. 

Endicott R. R. 151 Cabot, 

'Masury Geo. & Co., Cabot st. 

Prince William A. 254 Cabot, 

Roberts S. W., Cabot st. 

Stickney S. L. 91 Cabot, 

Woodbury Charles, Odd Fellows' building, 

Nichols H. H. 

Beckford James A. 8 Maple, 

Hayes F. P. 8 Locust, 



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ApothecarieSy continued* 

Powers E. C. IS Maple, Danyers 

Hawkes T. P. Tapleyville, " 

Raymond B. F. EsBez 

Bateman Lewis H., Little's block, Georgetown 

Metcalf G. L. " 

Blatchford G. H. 216 Main, Gloucester 

Maddocks W. J. 107 Main, '' 

Parkburst Albion P., Prospect, cor. Park, " 

Perkins M. H. 827 Main, «* 

Pnce A. E. 184 Main, «' 

Rembj John Jr. 55 Washington, ** 

Saunders D. D. 68 Main, '* 

Witherall M. L. 178 Main, " 

Ramsey G. F. 189 East Main, East Gloucester, '' 

Foster B. H. Lanesville, '* 

Atwood Moses P. Groreland 

Woodbury L. A. " 

Bailey Thomas U. 28 Merrimack, Haverhill 

Barrows Albert C, Main, cor. Court, ^* 
Bayley C. R., Washington ave. and Washington st* *^ 

Bickum C. I., Elm, cor. Haverhill, ** 

Conner W. H., Washington, cor. High, and 40 

Winter, " 

Desaulniers T. L. & Co. 67 Essex, *' 

Dow & Kennedy, Winter, cor. Locust, " 

Emerson Charles B. 2 Merrimack, '* 

Fellows W. M., Winter, cor. Emerson, " 

Flynn M. F. 148 Merrimack, '' 

Frothingbam & Underhill, 1 Washington sq. ^' 

Holden Geo. B. 191 Merrimack, ^< 

Howe James, 9 Main, ^' 

Howe R. C, Winter, cor. Pleasant, '* 

Longfellow & Co., Merrimack, cor. Main, ** 

McGregor <& Hale, 85 Water, " 

Swan Frank C. 180 Merrimack, «' 

Trudell & Sinette, 16 Locust, <^ 

Blake J. A., Main st. Ipswich 

Brown Charles W. « 

Smith Eben R, South Main st. '* 

Beal Forest E. 201 Broadway, Lawrence 

Beedle C. H. & Co. 425 Broadway, '^ 

Brayton George H. 48 Amesbury, " 

Chickering George E. 449 Essex, ^' 

Clarke Charles, 179 Essex, « 

Emerson Frank, 122 South Broadway, " 

Glidden A. R. 259 Essex, << 

Holt A. F. 215 Broadway, " 

Kelley Edward B. 286 Essex, '' 






APOTHBGABIE8. 


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Miville N. £. 72 Hampshire, 


Lawrence 


MoellerF. Ill Essex, 




Ordway A. P. & Co. 589 and 691 Essex, 




O'SulliTan Daniel J. 187 Oak, 




Roberts M. & Co. 109 Broadway, 




Scott J. R. 145 Essex, 




Sullivan D. A . 118 Hampshire, 




Sallivan M. F. 289 Oak, 




Talbot C. C. 379 Essex, 




Talbot G. F. 131 F-ssex, 


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Weld <& Co. 140 South Broadway, 




Whitney H. M. & Co. 297 Essex, 


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Wood Edwin, 55 » Essex, 


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Yates E. S. 99 Essex, 




Young A. J. & Co. 587 Esdex, 


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Bascom I. E, 112 Union, 


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Bergengren F. W. A., Central sq. 


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Beekford Wm P. 67 Union, 




Broad Frank H. & Co. 40 Union, 


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Brown Charles W. 123 Sammer, 


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Brown Horace H. 119 Maple, 


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Bulfinch Charles F. 86 Lewis, 




Bulfinch Jeremiah & Son, 127 Essex, 


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Colcord J. W. 153 Union, 


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Corry Charles F. 7 Market sq. 




Davis & Young, Market, oor. Summer, 




Flint Frank E. 38 Market, 




Forman J. G. 2 Market, 


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Fuller Henry L. 104 Market, 




Goodridge H. S. 1^ Union, 




Hamilton 0. R. 47 Federal, 




Hart J. H. 79 Munroe, 




Hodges Channcy A. 64 Market, 




Holder & Co. 73 Broad, 




Hopkins Fred. I. 129 Essex, 




Jefts Ira P. & G. W., Federal cor. Western 


ave. " 


Merritt F. S., South Common, cor. Shepard, 




Nelson I. M. & Co. 103 Munroe, 




Porter H. N. & Co. 47 Market, 




Rogers R. S. 73 Franklin, 




Small James B., Essex, cor. Central ave. 




Toppan Warren, 111 Union, 




Towne Joseph L., Summer, cor. Shepard, 




Tozzer S. C. & Co. 95 Broad, 




Wilcox C. F. 54 Federal, 




WUkins C. E. 22 Market sq. West Lynn, ** | 


Lee Andrew & Sons, 


Manchester 


Atkins Isaac 2d, 


Marblehead 


Goodwin Wm. 3d, 104 Washington, 


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Apothecaries^ continued. 
Gregory Wm. C. 
Shepard Wm. H. 
MoConnoll S. A. 
Parker Fred. L. 2 Church, 
Castle Edwin J., Broadway, cor. Hampshire, 
Harris S. H., Broadway, 
Adams Paul, 40 Pleasant, Newbuiyport 

Bartlett W. L. 82 Washington, " 

Castelhun Karl, State, cor. Market sq. 
Davis Charles L 63 State, 
Dickens Job T. Mrs. 8 Pleasant, 
HOMER JOHN, 156 High (see advt p. 4), 
Osgood Geo., Lime st. 
Smith Samuel A., estate of, 1 State, 
Williams Joseph, 212 Merrimac, 
WILLS JOHN, 60 State, 
Woodwell F. A. 47 State, 
Perkins Geo. H. North Andover Depot; North Andover 
Tompkins C. C, Main st. " " 

Grosvenor D. P. 85 Main, Peabody 

Lee W. T. 126 Main, *« 

Spaulding Hazen A. 9 Allen's block, ^* 

Sweetser T. A., estate of, 87 Main, 



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Blatchford Eben Jr. 82 Main, 

Hoyt D. B., Main st. 

Mason A. J. 

Bailey Albert E. 

Barton Gardner, 124 Essex, 

Brook William A. 29 Lafayette, 

Edwards George L. 115 Bridge, 

Farrington Geo. P. 810 Essex, 

Griffin J. J. 124 Boston, 

Hathaway Charles W. 187 Essex, 

Holbrook & Co. 186^ Essex, 

Luscomb William E. 289 Essex, 

Mansfield I. K. 110 North, 

McShane James, 58 Bridge, 

NICHOLS THOMAS B. 189 Essex, cor. Central 
(see advt. over Calendar), 

North Salem Drug Store, 110 North, 

PRICE C. H. & J. 226 Essex (see advt. front col- 
ored), 

Ropes George F. & Co. 214 Essex, 

Stone James, 167 Federal, 

Stickney George A. D. 128 Essex, 

TUDBURY J. T. 410 Essex, 

Upton Jesse F. 80 Boston, 

Webb Benjamin, 54 Essex, 



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Amesbury, Salisbury 

£a8t SauguSy Saugua 

Swampacott 



Topsfield 
Wenbam 



Creaaej Josepb W. 6 Market, 

Gale George W. 

Chase William B. 

Jeffers Charles P. 

Edwards Benjamin P. 

Brown Proctor K. 

Perkins James H. jr. ** 

Appraisers. 

STOCKMAN CHARLES C. 10 Brown's wharf 

(see advt. p. 457) , Newbaiyport 

Architects. 



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Smitb W. B. 140 Cabot, 

Damon C. P. 14 Main, 

Damon C. W. 14 Main, 

Hawes & Jenks, 110 and 112 River, 

Littlefield J. M. 69 Merrimack, 

Adams George G. 296 Essex, 

Fogg Fred. P. 296 Essex, 

Newhall Wilbur F., Savings Bank building, 

ROGERS H. E. 157 Union, 

ROGERS H. W. 157 Union, 

Wheeler H. K. 185 Union, 

Sanborn Nathan P. 3 Bowden, 

Bailey John E. 6 Green, 

Sargent Rnfns, State st, 

Brace Robert P. 81 Washington, 

Dennis William D. 243} Essex, 

Northen W. W. 252 Essex, room 6, 

Architectural Iron Workers. 

600DELL ZINA, 18 Lafayette (see advt. p. 424), Salem 
PATIEN PAULB. 16 Lafayette (see advt. p. 423), *' 

Artificial Flowers (Wax). 

Perkins Lncelia E. Mrs. 38 Laighton, 

Artists. 

(See cUso Painters.) 

Monlton Mrs. 15 Fleet, 

Tennant H. W. 69 Merrimack, 

Barker W. H. 296 Essex, 

Borrill E. jr. 7 Savings Bank building, 104 Myrtle, Lynn 

Coflan Mary F. 11 Market, 

Earp Edwin Z. 151 Union, 

Sherlock E. N. 3 Grove, 

Walcott A. P., Ellis, cor. Central pi. 



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AfiiatSy continued. 
WiUey W. 8 Exchange, 
Chase E. B. 58 State, 
Barrett Martha O. 110 Central, 
Barry David H. 223 Essex, 
Emery Lizzie F. Miss (crayon), 93 Bridge, 
Osborne H. Frances Miss, 237 Essex, 
Ropes Joseph, 291 Essex, 
Whipple Albert I. (painter), 45 Essex, 
White Geo. M. 10 Elm, 
Wbitney Charles F. 237 Essex, 
Whitney Fred. 237 Essex, 

Artists' Materials. 

Dow S, A. 5 Water, 

Hall Arthur H. 15 Merrimack, 

Colburn Bros. 281 Essex, 

Bartol 6. F. & Co. 83 Munroe, 

SMITH & ROBINSON, 42 Market (see advt. p. 

445), 

Lowery J. G. 116 Washington, Salem 

Neai A. M. & Co. 175 Essex, '< 

Philbrick <& Perkins, 152 Washington, '< 

Auctioneers: 

Foster George, Main st. Andover 

COLLIER PERRY, Pleasant st. (see advt. p. 419), 

Beverly 
PORTER SAMUEL, Masonic block (see advt. p. 

462), 
Barnes Benjamin S. 
Kimball William R. 
Day Milton P. 
Pearl Horatio, 

Putnam John A., Sj'lvan st. 
Story Norman, Western ave. 
Kenney C. W. 
Palmer Luther P. 
Grover Charles E. 277 Main, 
Wales J. L. 
Andrews Edgar, 
Davis F. E. 1 Court, 
Davis P. E. 74 Water, 
Pearl Horatio, 59 Merrimack, 
WENTWORTH G. W., room 11, 103 Merrimack, 
Willcomb Frederick, Ipswich 

Fay A. M. 296 Essex, Lawrence 

Godfrey W. H. 320 Essex, 
Howe M. N. 244 Essex, 



Boxford 
West Boxford, " 
Bradford 

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Georgetown 

Gloucester 

Groveland 

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AUCTIONEERS. — AtnOMATIO SPBIlfKU&By BTO. S7 

KILBRIDE J. J. 263 Essex, Lawrence 

Mack A. E. 263 Essex, '' 

Pedrick d; Cloeson, 361 Essex, «* 

Richards L. P. E. 537 Essex, «^ 

Wilson Henry S. 263 Essex, '^ 

Baker Ezra, 185 Union, Lynn 

Flanders A. B., room 8, Sagamore building, ^^ 

Lewis James S., Sagamore building, ** 

Medbury Edwin J. 169 Union, ** 

Merritt C. M., Savings Bank building, ^* 

Silsbee & Stevens, 158 Union, '* 

Tucker M. E. 84 Monroe, *< 

Ward Benj. A. 185 Union, '' 

Price John, Manchester 

Saigent Bailey, Merrimao 

Batchelder F. £• Middleton 

Bishop Greo. P. 82 Market sq. Newburyport 

Collins Stephen, 25 State, '' 

Dodge E. W. 32 Market sq. '« 

Hale Alfred, 9 Market sq. ^« 
STOCKMAN CHAS. C, Brown's wharf (see advt. 

p. 457), " 

Allen Joseph F. North Andover 
Brown John 6., Water st. North Andover Depot, ^^ 

Famham Frank E. 8 Allen's block, Peabody 

Goulding Chas. H., Walnut st. '' 

Nichols L. B., Jacobs st. *^ 

Bradley James W. Bockport 

Marshall J. W. '* 

Plumer Walter S. Rowley 

RundleU Oliver A. '' 

Todd J. Scott, " 
COLLIER PERRY, 243^ Essex (see advt. p. 419), Salem 

Kendall Wm. H. 139 Washington, '' 

Odell Charles, 85 Washington, '' 
Drury L. A. Amesbury, Salisbury 

Fifield Benj. E. 2 Elm, ** " 

Hood S. D. Topsfield 

Morgan William B. Wenham 

Plummer Samuel T. *^ 

Automatic Safety Lock Manufacturers. 

DAVEY THOMAS & CO. (for elevator doors), 
70 Monroe (see advt. p. 15), Lynn 

Automatic Sprinlder for Extinguishing Fires. 

FOWLER WALTER B., lower end Canal St. (see 

advt. p. 428), Lawrence 



28 ESSEX OOXnUTT DIRBOTOBT. 

Apiary. 

Allen Henry (Italian queen bees), Wenham 

Awl Manufacturers. 

FOSTER C. G. 89 Mulberry (see advt. back cover), Lynn 
PHILLIPS OSMUS (McKay's), 91 Munroe (see 

advt. front cover) , " 

Whitten & Lascell, 26 State, '« 

Awnings and Tents. 

PH^LINTE LEON G., Foster's Wharf, Beverly 

FEARS GEORGE L. 49 Dancan, (see advt. p. 449) 

Gloucester 
ROWE E. L. 88 Wharf (see advt. p. 450), " 

CROSS WILLIAM H., Story's Wharf (see advt 

p. 449), East Gloacester, << 

Knowles N. G. 204 Merrimack, Haverhill 

Gilbert Thomas, Marblehead 

Davis William A. & Son, 4 Ferry wharf, Newburyport 
Goodwin E. P. 8 Commercial wharf, ^' 

Lane Edward, 57 Union, Salem 

Liebsch Anton M. 7 Derby wharf, '* 

Phelps Israel R. 84 Federal, '< 

Axle Manufacturers. 

CAPE ANN ANCHOR WORKS (truck, engine, 
and car), W. N. Fisher, agent, Gloucester 

Bagging Manufacturers. 

Nevins' Bagging Mills, Sherry st. and 81 English, Salem 

Bakers 

Carr W. E. & Co. 89 Main, Amesbury 

Brown N. R., agent. Park st. Andover 

Cottrell William A., Knowlton st. Beverly 

Stickney W. G. & Son, Lovett st. " 

Tripp N. W. *« 

Eaton E. W. 86 Maple, Danvers 

Hardy George N., Little's block, Georgetown 

Bishop T. B. 189 Main, Gloucester 

Davis W. P. 15 Commercial, *' 

Hubbard Aufrustus, 42 Prospect, ^^ 

Hubbard C. H. 29 Duncan, " 

JOHNSON & DAVIS, 29 Washington, '» 

Allen William, 208 Essex, Haverhill 

Chaputt & Dugas, Essex st. ^^ 



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CITY BAKERY, H. C. Tanner, prop. 24 Main (see 

advt. p. 455), Hayerhill 

Downs John, 5 John, ** 

Longfellow E. W. 12 Locust, ** 

Pearson H. C. & Bro. 28 Emerson^ «^ 

Perkins S. S. 124 Winter, ** 

Schaefer Charles, 80 Winter, «< 

Tanner John, 62 Winter, «« 

Townley J. T. 214 Washington, ^^ 

Smith J. C, East st. Ipswich 

Arthur A. W. 65 Common, Lawrence 

Booth Charles, 418 Broadway, *' 

KENT A BRUCE, 285, 287 and 289 LoweU (see 

advt. p. 482) , " 

Eorb E. B. 25 Chestnut, «« 

Koschitzky John, 246 Chestnnt, *« 
LACAILLADE BROS. 851 Common (see advt p. 

482), " 

Nndd Jeremiah L. 96 Essex, <^ 

Roberts M. A. 88 Hampshire, <^ 

ROONEY T. 262 Chestnut (see advt. p. 482), <« 

Wilson D. A. 295 Oak, *« 

Appleton W. R. 88 Pearl, Lynn 

Black A. 82 Summer, <« 

Blake D. Mrs. 18 Summer, *' 

Breed M. A. 84 Pearl, «< 

Brown James & David, 7 Union, ^^ 

Brown M. 8. Mrs. 18 Summer, *^ 

De Bill H. 88 Union and 97 Essex, '^ 

Fitz F. 81 Franklin, ** 

Fitz Henry, 92 Union, •• 

Fitz & Martin, 1 George, **^ 

Flanagan Michael A. 7 Federal sq. ** 

Griffin William W. 1 Market, " 

Holder L., Pine Hill, '' 

Jameson John A. 207 Summer, *' 

Knoer Timothy, 89 Shepard, *^ 

Lund J. H. 85 Broad, ^^ 

Macnamar A. Mrs. 17 Silabee, ^* 

Martm F. W. 46 Beach, " 

Richardson W. B. 61 Union, " 

Stone John E. 40 Pleasant, ^^ 

Valequet Jos. D. 127 and 129 Union & Central 

ave., cor. Liberty, " 

Eenney John H. Manchester 

Boardman Francis, Marblehead 

Brown Daniel C. ** 

Dennis John, *^ 

Lindsey Nathaniel B. I '^ 



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Bakersy cofUinumi. 
Clark Fred. S. 5 Lucas ct. Methaen 

HILL EDMUND, Lawrence st. (see advt. p. 482), '« 
Tibbetts R. S. 41 Parchase, NeWboij 

Butler George (ship and pilot), 7 Titcomb} Newburyport 
Cole B. W. & Son, 101 Water, 
Fuller W. G. 128 Merrimack, 
Pearson Harris, 106 Merrimack and 18 Lime, 
PEARSON JOHN A SON (wholesale) (pilot biead 

and cream biscuit), Pearson's wharf (see advt. 

p. 459), 
Williams S. J. Mrs. (domestic), 210^ 
Hathaway C. F. 50 Lowell, 
Pratt Leonard, 162 Main, 
Knowlton Eben, King at. 
Beaudry T. 46^ Harbor, 
Buxton A. D. 130 Boston, 
Cary R. 77 Federal, 
Damon & Son (domestic), 149 Essex, 
Hathaway £. 21 and 23 Washington, 
Hathaway John, 416 Essex, 
Jelley Charles H. 10 Cedar, 
Knight M. J. 122 North, 
Lussieur Pinoult, rear 125 North, 
Newton A. E. 28 Broad, 
Pepper T. S. 95 Bridge, 
Price Richard C. 13 High, 
Robinson A. B. 24 Boston, 
Stowe V. C. & Son (cracker), 52 Derby, 
Symonds L. W« 56 Charter, 
Tarbox S. A. 53 Derby, 
Scanlan John, Amesbury, Salisbury 

Shaw & Scanlan, '« '* 

Scott J. P. East SauguB, Saugus 

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Bands. 

Andover Brass Band, Andover 

Holden's Orchestra, F. B. Herrick, leader, Cabot st. Beverly 
Gloucester Cornet Band, 97 Main, Gloucester 

Berry & Towle's Orchestra, 152 Merrimack, Haverhill 
Haverhill City Band, T. D. Perkins, leader, 

60 Merrimack, <^ 

Lafayette Band, Merrimack, cor. Bridge, *^ 

National Brass Band, H. T. Ryan, leader, 204 

Merrimack, 
Perkins Orchestra, T; D. Perkins, leader, 60 Mer- 
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Germania Band, 

Lawrence Brass Band, 888 Essex, 

Lawrence Comet Band, Oak st. 

Lawrence French Band, Common st. 

Bond Orchestra Band, Market, cor. Monroe, 

Brian's Orchestra Band, 205 Union, 

Brooks Orchestra Band, 205 Union, 

Lynn Brass Band, C. H. Ward, leader, Andrews, 
cor. Market, 

National Brass Band and Orchestra, W. T. Bond, 
leader. Market, cor. Manroe, 

Wsrd's Orchestra, C. H. Ward, leader, 109 Mnnroe, «* 

Adelphi Orchestra, 17^ Merrimac, Newbniyport 

Cadet Band, 17^ Merrimac, ** 

Rockport Brass Band, Bockport 

Salem Brass Band, B. B. Belnswald, leader, 12 
Washington sq. Salem 

Salem Brass Band and Orchestra, R B. Belnswald, 
leader, ** 

Salem Cadet Band, J. M. Missad, leader, 10 Wash- 
ington sq. 

Topsfleld Band, Topsfield 

Bankers. 

WELCH J. P. & CO., room 2, Sagamore bniMing 
(see advt. front coyer), Lynn 

Banks. 

{In MiaceUaneouM DepartmaU. See Contento.) 

Bark Mills. 

{See dUo Tanners and Currier$.) 

Batchelder & Co. (dealers), Allen's block, 

Jacobs B. & A. N., Foster st. 

LITTLE GEOBGE H., Foster st. (see advt. front 

colored), 
Osborne G. P., Lowell st. 
Osborne William S. (dealer). Central st. 
Poor Joseph H. 

Frye Joseph S., estate of, head of Goodhue, 
Gidnej John, Beach st. 
Loid James A., rear Boston st. 

Bath Rooms. 

{See also Hairdresser9.) 

Bador & Taylor, 185 Union, 
Bilker D. C. 131 Union, 
McManus H. 54 and 56 Manroe, 
Tafts A. M. 6 Charter, 



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32 B88EX OOUMTT DIBECTOKr. 

Bath Tub Seats and Shelf Manufacturers. 

Nye Joaeph W. (adjastable), 9 State, Lynn 

Beer Manufacturers. 

(See Brewers.) 

Bell Hangers. 

{See cUeo LockemUhe.) 

Marahman Gideon, 6 Munroe, Lynn 

Orcntt J. N., Chatham, cor. Essex, '^ 

Sisson A. H. 62 Manroe and 59 Central, << 

Carleton W. £• 16^ Lafayette, Salem 
Phelps Charles, 84 Federal, '' 

Belt Hook Manufacturers. 

Harris Sd Looke Manaf. Co., Derby, cor. Liberty, Salem 

Belting. 

HANSCOM BROS. 80 Main (see advt. p. 458), HaverhiU 
Brown J. S. 270 Lowell, Lawrence 

Houghton de Godfrey, 21 Exchange, Lynn 

Belting Manufacturers. 

{See dUo LeoUher Belting,) 

Place C. L. 269 Methaen, Lawrence 

Stedman & Fuller Manuf. Co. 25 Broadway, ^< 

MORRISON DANIEL, 2 Merrimac (see advt. p. 
457), Newburyport 

Belt Lacing and Picker Strap. 

BARLOW JOHN W., Spicket Mill, 83 Holly 

(see advt p. 428) , Lawrence 

Belting and Lace Leather. 

MORRISON DANIEL, 2 Merrimac (see advt. p. 
457), Newburyport 

Bicycles and Tricycles. 

Wood John, Jr. 52 Rantoul, Beverly 

PHILBRICK A. J. 182 Bridge (see advt. p. 16), Salem 

Bicycles Repairer. 

PHILBRICK A. J. 182 Bridge (see advt. p. 16), Salem 

^ , , , Bill Posters. 

Cahoon Luther, Beverly 

Dean George J., City Hall, Haverhill 



BnX P06TEB8. — BUXIABD HALLS. 



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Ipswich 

Lawrence 
Marblehead 






Newbaryport 
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Lakeman J. H. 

Wells Aaron, 

Lawrence Bill Posting Co. 526 Essex, 

Blaney Stephen, 2d, 

Bliss N. P. 

Felton Francis S. 10 State, 

Stacey William, 24 Orne, 

Noyes, Dodge & Noyes, 

Andrews H. W. 247^ Essex, 

Moulton & Johnson, 129 Washington, 

Pendergast P., Market sq. Amesbmy, Salisbury 

Billiard Halls. 

Brick D. D., Friend st. 

Cavanagh Walter, Friend st 

Felch S. A., over post-ofSce, 

Cenway T. P., Maple st. 

Brown Aaron, 86 Main, 

Brown Robert M. 6 and 10 Donoan, 

Campbell Geo. 160 Main, 

Dodge John T. 119 Main, 

Mcintosh F. 96 Main, 

Harvey GUbert, Annisqaam, 

Corliss Henry D., East Main st. East Gloucester, 

Clinton House, G. W. Ham, 79 and 81 Merrimack, 

Hayerhill 
Daily F. J. 29 Washington, 
Dinsmore A. S. (pool), 53 Essex, 
Gallison G. W. 122 Merrimack, 
Ham & Fisher, 58 Phcenix row, 
HOTEL OPERA, H. M. Colby, 8 Howe (see advt. 

p. 452), 
Presoott S. F. 2 Washington, 
Ramsey O. D. 181 Merrimack, 
Shaw R. E. 14 Court, 
Sbute J. B. 126 Merrimack, 
Splaine R. A. 18 Court, 
Thomas G«o. W. 12 Essex, 
Torrey Geo. H. 187 Merrimack, 
WEBSTER HOTEL, J. L. BartJett, Washington 

sq. (see index to advertisers) , 
HOOD ROBIN, Central block (see advt. p. 468) , Ipswich 
Brown Joseph H. 165 Essex, Lawrence 

Doherty James J. 589 Essex, 
Parker Joseph W. 24 Franklin, 
Thomas J. W. 585 Essex, 
Wilson James H. 579 Essex, 
Wood Duncan, 569 Essex, 
Besson Buzzell, Sagamore building, Lynn 

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Billiard HdUa^ contintted. 
Boyland Michael, 57 Munroe, Lynn 

Brunswick BlUiard Parlor, S. E. EUiott db Co. 158 

Market ^' 

COPELAND GEO. H. 7 and 11 Sammer, " 

Doyle Geo. E. 119 Oxford, " 

FOSS ROBERT, 88^ Market, '< 

GrifBn & Swain, 87 Washington, '« 

Halloran Edward, 10 to 14 Summer, *^ 

Hayden A Morton, Lynn Hotel, *^ 

Jepaon Chas. E. 105 Union, *' 

McPherson George, Auburn Honse, 172 Market, ^* 

Miles & Carter, Eirtland House, 80 Summer, *^ 

Moore J. T. 85 Central ave. <^ 

Pearoe Henry J. 188 Market, «« 

Foberts O. S., Sagamore House, 188 Union, ^^ 

Snow Nath'i F. A Co. 19 and 21 Central sq. " 

Steams J, S. (pool), 84 Union, *< 
The Bijou, E. L. Sanford, prop., Moses Tatter, 

manager, 118 Central sq. '* 
Walsh J. A. Marblehead, '' 
Kenison A. S., Osgood st. Methuen 
City Hotel, Middle st. Newburyport 

Hamilton John, 8 Market sq. ^' 

Hood A. F. 24 Merrimack, «« 

Howe A Richardson, Middle st ** 

Johnson Wm. R. 5 Inn, " 

Thompson Alfred W. 8 Middle, " 
DAVIS W. W., Ebsez House, 176 Essex (see advt. 



p. 18), 


Salem 


EarleP. F. 11 Derby sq. 


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Kenney James, 5 Derby sq. 


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Laad D. W. 4 Derby sq. 


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Lang C. 14^ Front, 


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Larrabee Samuel W. 145 Essex, 


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Newell Thomas P. 16 Front, 


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Ramsdell C. H. 18 Front, 


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Woodfin Moses H., rear 14 Front, 


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Perkins John, 


Saugus 


Carlton D. J. 


Topsfield 


Lake 0. E. 


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HANSCOM BROS, (birdcages), 80 Main (see 

advt. p. 453), HaverhUl 

PAGE C. A. 92 Broad (see advt p. 440), Lynn 



BIBD8 AND BIRD GAOB8. — BLACKSBOTHfl. 



35 



THE L. A. MAY CO. (bird cages), 187 and 
TTnion (see adyt. p. 11), 

Bird Stores. 

Smith Charles T. 219 Main, 

Maine A. B. 824 Essex, 

Page C. A. 92 Broad, 

Tnfts A. Merrill, 88 Oxford, 

Fairbanks C. D. 

Seryey W. T. Mrs. 202} Essex, 

Welch Geo. O. 265 Essex, 



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GloQoester 

Lawrence 

Lynn 

Bockport 
Salem 



Blacking Manufacturers. 



{See also Ink Manufa/AurerB.) 

Downing N. J. & Co« 17 Central sq. 

Fletcher N. B. & Co. 194 Union, 

Packer Charles & Co. (morocco) , 90 Oxford, 



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Blacksmiths. 

(JSee also Carriage SmUhe; alao Ship SmitJie.) 

Clootier & Chapdelaine, Friend st. Amesbmy 

Eastman F. B., Pond st ^« 

Pogg D. S., Friend st. ^ «* 

Co^rane James H., Pnnchard aye. Andoyer 

Frame Adam B., Park st. 

Harriman Thomas P., Park st. 

Boyle James, Myrtle, cor. Bantonl, Beyerly 

FRIEND SETH, 167 Bantonl (see adyt. p. 462), 

Gainiyan James, Water st. 

HaskeU F. P., Cabot st. 

Johnson Greo., Hale st. 

Marshall <fc Hilton, Water st. 

Sawyer £. C, Bantonl st. 

Allen N. P. 

Wallace S. D. 

Newhall Henry, 

Perley Bros. 

Twitchell Frank, 

Henley A. J. 

Nason J. H. 

Austin Frank, 

McKeen John, 

Doherty Daniel, 

Pearl Wm. B., School si. 

Perley Dean A., School, cor. Franklin, 

Hllsbnry H. H. 46 Maple, 

Qainn Lnke, School st. 






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DIRBOTOBT. 


Btackmiitht, continued. 




Armstrong J. H. 


Danvera Centre, Danvera 


Butler Michael, 


Danversport, " 


Lee Tbeo. G. 


11 u 


Parker A Gallagher, 


TapleyviUe, » 


Gilbert John F. 


Essex 


Haakell Frencii, 


" 


LufkiD Marcus M. 


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Stoiy Otii S. 


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Hall A. E. 


G«OI^tOWD 



Holmes pharles, 

McKenney E. 0., School at. " 

Morrill D. W. M. " 

Petiingill Henry & Son, " 

Ashley H. P. 19 Commercial, Gloacester 

Bray Geo. H,, Bocky Keck, " 

Davis W. H. H. 24 Commercial, " 

Ihirland C. H., Hanooek et. " 

GARDNER GEO. D. & SON, P&rsons st. " 

Harvey Greorge, Duncan at. " 

Hilton Wm. F., foot of Mansfield st. " 

Lufkin Eben H. 78 WcBtcra ave. " 

McIsBBoA. 16 Mansfield, " 

McKay H., Main at. " 

Robinaon Frank, Rowe'a sq. " 

Smith Geo. A 295 Main, " 

Vofls Adolph, foot of Dnncan st. " 

VosB D. C. 6 East Main, " 

Dennison J. A. Annisqnam, " 
Harvey F. C, East Main st. East Gloucester, " 
McCaleb Vhial D. & Son, at Wm. C. Wooson's 

wharf. East Gloucester, '* 

McCnrdy Alex., East Main St. " *' 

Bumes Matthew, Lanesyille, " 

McLellan B. " " 

Wendall Geo. A. Magnolia, " 
Butler C. E. West Gloucester, " 

Strout Eben, Groveland 

Appletun Joshua, Hamilton 

Winslow G. W. " 

Woodbury John S. " 

Bickell G. W. 6 Stage, HaTerhlll 

Butler A. H., rear 145 Merrimack, " 

Eaton Geo. F. 6 Stage, " 

Gordon J. W. 15 and 17 Court, " 

Keife James, Stage St. '* 

McGregor Daniel, 212 Essex, '* 

Plouf Louis, rear 20 Fleet, " 

ItAhartji Kuniinl O. 1.^ T^nnHt:. " 



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Wiggin J. D.9 rear 16 Merrimack, 

Akerman Edwin F. 

Diirand John, 

Girard N. P. & Co. 

Groodhue Ephraim, 

JORDAN CHARLES F., North Main st. (see 

advt. p. 469), 
Nolan Malachi, Central st. 
Smith Webster, Market st. 
Wood Frank L., Union st. 
Ames Moses B. 12 Melvin ct. Lawrence 

Brjant A. & Son, 262 Lowell, 
Dane John, 175 South Broadway, 
Erskine Charles A. & Co. 496 Common, 
Famnm J. W. & Son, 258 Lowell, 
Joyce J. W. 102 and 104 Concord, 
Lime James, 47 Common, 
Lord G. W. 67 South Broadway, 
Snow F. A. 1 West, 
Stowell J. 319 Common, 
White John M. 19 Oxford, 
Woodard Geo. H. & Co. 43 Essex, 
BACHELDER IRA F. (horseshoer) 23 Sutton 

(see advt. p. 446), 
Carey D. 467 Western ave. 
Cornish H. 451 Western ave. 
Coetolo A O'Neil, 164 Broad, 
Cutts Richard A. 3 and 5 South, 
Dennis J. D. 150 and 152 Broad, 
DUFFY J. B. 259 Union (see advt. p. 444) , 
Dunn & McConey (horseshoers), 135 Broad, 
Gore T. H. 442 Boston, 
Griffin Daniel, 73 Central ave. 
Heeney William, 102 Central ave. 
Leslie E. J., Boston, cor. Laurel, 
McCnrdy A. E., rear 235 Chatham, 
McGlue John, 62 Ludlow, 

Meagher William & Co., Centre, cor. Western ave. 
Nichols H. S. 7 Essex ct. 
Owens P., Cottage, cor. Summer, 
PYNE A. W. 90 Chestnut (see advt. p. 443), 
ROSS A SEAMAN, 7^ Federal sq. (see advt. p. 

446), 
SAWYER & CHASE, 137, 139 and 141 Broad (see 

advt. p. 444), 
Smith B. B., rear 100 Essex, 
Swett John W. 153 Broad, 
Thomas Joseph W. 33 Buffum, 
Union Ice Co. 



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JBlacksmithSy continued. 






Woodbury John F. 185 Broad, 


Lynn 




Bent Stephen G. 


Lynnfield 




Henfield George W . Lynnfield Centre, ^^ 




Richardson Asa, 


Manchester 




Barry L. M. 260 Washington, 


Marblehead 




Coatee Peter, 


a 




Flynn William, 12 State, 


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Harris M. F., Uawkes st. 


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Ryan William, 


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Doyle J. W. 


Merrimac 




England John J. 


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Fourtier J. D. 


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Howe N. L. 


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O'Connor L. J. 


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Wadleigh D. E. 


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CALLUM A. J. (see adyt. p. 446), Merrimacport, *< 




Macomber Henry J. 


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Williams Levi, 


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Currier T. B., Howe st. 


Methuen 




PedlerS. J., Broadway, 


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Woodman E. M., Charles st. 


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Grpthy John J. 


Middleton 




Stiies David, 


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Dasey Timothy, 


Nahant 




Eillion William, 


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Brown Robert, 


Newbury 




Pearson J. H. 


Byfleld, '* 




Adams Joseph, Merrlmaok st. 


Newburyport 




Donahue Edward, 7 Inn, 


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Frost A. N. 6 Mechanic's ct. 


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Frost W . E. 84 Inn, 


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Haskell Luther, 15 Liberty, 


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Eeningston J., Merrimack st. 


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Little Plummer, High st. 


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Manning Edward F., Liberty st. 


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McGLEW BROS. 8 Hale's ct. (see adyt. 


p. 468), " 




Moody N. C, Commercial wharf. 


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Moynihan Patrick, 1 Elm, 


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OtJonnell W. & M., Bridge road and 106 Merrimack, '« | 




Partriquin Louis, Merrimack st. 


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Reynolds William, rear 170 Merrimack, 


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Wheeler L. D., Brown's wharf. 


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Woods J. M., Kent st. 


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W ilcoz Charles, 


North AndoTer 




Ellis Arno P. North Andover Depot, " 




HIN>;MAN S. D. (see advt p. 467), " 


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Annable Nathaniel, 164 Main, 


Peabody 




Bolster Joseph, Andover st. 


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Dodge A. T.9 Central at. 

Dole & Osgood, 11 and 18 Washington, 

Hersey C. W. , Lowell st. 

Roone James A., Foster st. 

Shaw Neil, Central st. 

Sheehan & Tobin, Wallis st. 

Smith J. H., Railroad ave. 

Small D. A. 

Cogswell James, Dock sq. 

Smith Samael, 

Witham Elbridge, 

Pingree H. C. 

Sannders James £. 

Swaney William, 

ANDREWS OILMAN A. 27 Beach (see advt. p. 

422), Salem 

BABCOCE C. F. 274 and 276 Bridge (see advt. p. 

422), 
CURWEN CHARLES F., Liberty, cor. Derby (see 

advt. front colored), 
DoDoyan John, City Hall ave. 
Egge Jacob, 20 Peabody, 
FISEE A. W. 68 Grove (see advt. p. 422), 
600DELLZINA, 18 Lafayette (see advt. p. 424), 
Harding John B., West Yard, 
HARTIGAN PATRICK (horse sheer), CityHaU 

ave. (see advt. p. 428), 
Hetherman William, 55 North, 
Kneeland Thomas H., rear 18 Front, 
Lillis & White, 28 Liberty, 
McGlew & Marr, rear 29 Front, 
McEeever William, West Yard, 
Murray & Carroll, 185{ Boston, 
PATTEN PAUL B. 16 Lafayette (see advt. p. 428), 
Patterson E.'S. 186 Bridge, 
PHILBRICK A. J. 182 Bridge (see advt. p. 16), 
Ricard William F. (horsesboer), 9 Laboratory, 
Scott Robert, Buffam's wharf, rear 18 Front, 
Vogell G. W. 214 Bridge, 
WALLACE J. B. (horsesboer), 78 Webb, opp. 

horse car stables (see advt p. 422), 
Weir Daniel P., rear 6 Margin, 
Wendell George H. 60 North, 
Clark John H. Amesbury, Salisbaiy 

ELLISON GEO. W., Elm st. (see advt. p. 470), 

Amesbury, *' 
Patten C. W. & Son, California st. " «' 

Seavey Irving, Elm st. t4 <i 

Starkey A Crouther, Elm st. 



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40 ESSEX OOUKTT DntECTTOBY. 

BlaekamitJis^ continued, 
Kimball Wm. East Saugns, Sangus 

Bergin Thomas, Swampsoott 

Cull«n Patrick, " 

Jordan C. F. Topsfield 

Long Ira P. '* 

Demaey H. H. Wenham 

Dudley Charles F. '' 

Matheson Daniel, West Newbury 

Woods Martin M. '' 

Blank Book Manufacturers. 

{See aUo Bookbinders; cdao BookseUers.) 

Hale James A. 6 Main, Haverhill 

Rice W. E. 265 Essex, Lawrence 

Courtis A Breare, 7 Munroe, Lynn 

Herbert Geo. C. 7 Central sq. ** 

JACKSON LAMBERT, 60 Munroe (see advt. p. 

18), 
Lewis & Winship, 280 Union, " 

SMITH A ROBINSON, 42 Market (see advt. p. 

446), " 

Fowle S. H. (dealer), 15 State, Newburyport 

Brooks Horace A. 224 Essex, Salem 

Ives Henry P. 282 Essex, « 

PERLEY JONATHAN, Observer building. City . 

Hall ave. (see advt. front colored), ^^ 

Bleacheries. 

(See alao Bonnet Bleacheries.) 

James A. J. S. (hat and bonnet), 75 Main, Gloucester 
Bayley R. K. (hat and bonnet) 19 Water, Haverhill 

Gilmore W. S, 819 Essex, Lawrence 

Lawrence Bleacbery, N. W. Farwell Sd Son, ** 

Miner F. W. (bonnet and hat), 154 Essex, << 

WHITE G. A. 5 Tremont, near Market (see 

advt. p. 445) , Lynn 

Rhodes J. H. Mrs. Marblehead 

Danvers Bleachery, J. H. Fallon, agent, Foster st. 

Peabody 
Clapp William A. (hat and bonnet), 270^ Essex, Salem 
SALEM AND ESSEX DYE HOUSE, H. E. 

Gordon & Son, 51 North (see advt. p. 426), '< 

Blind Trimmings Manufacturer. 

Phelps Israel R. 84 Federal, Salem 



BOABDme HOUSES. BOATS TO LET. 41 

Boarding Houses. 

MURPHY CORNELIUS, 50 Pleasant (see advt. 

p. 464), Beyerly 

FELLOWS HENRY, 8 Mechanic's ct. (see advt. 

p. 452), HaverhUl 

Boat Builders. 

Preston R. J. Beverly 

Rock Brothers, Water st, ** 

HI6GINS & GIFFORD, Parker St., head of Har- 
bor (see advt. p. 450) , Gloucester 
McEkmald Daniel, 38 Rogers, ^^ 
Davis Elias, Annisquam, ** 
MOULTON GEO. H., Hale's wharf, rear 58 

Water (see advt. p. 456), Haverhill 

HOLMES & ROBERTSON, rear of 4 Water 

(see advt. p. 429) , Lawrence 

HAY ALLAN, Nahant road, foot of Beach st 

(see advt. p. 436), Lynn 

Eddy James E. Marblehead 

Gnmey W. F., Water st. Newburyport 

McEAY WILLIAM, McKay wharf (see advt p. 

458), 
Morse William H. 220 Merrimack, <' 

Plummer John G. 24 Liberty, *^ 

Bnmham Newell, Rockport 

Frisbee A. J. (large boats), 12 White, Salem 

PARTELOW C. M. (Whitehall boats), end of 

Derby wharf (see advt p. 421), " 

Remon W« G., rear opp. White st. ^* 

Boat Builders' Supplies. 

HIGGINS & GIFFORD, Parker st., head of the 
harbor (see advt. p. 450), Gloucester 

Boat Dealers. 

HiTCH L. B. (dory), 113 Derby (see advt p. 
418), Salem 

Boat Knee Manufacturers. 

True David, Salisbury 

Boatman. • 

Tacker P. B., Tncker's wharf, Marblehead 

Boats to Let. 

Douglass Bros. 7 Rogers, Gloucester 

HOLMES & ROBERTSON, rear of 4 Water (see 
advt. p. 429), Lawrence 



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Boats to Let J continuedm 

Spates Geo. N., Water Bt. Lawrence 

Clifford Charles H. 119 Beach, Lynn 

Lewis BenJ. A. 242 Chestnut, '' 

Pease Frank, 101 Beach, <' 

Currier H. P., City wharf, Newbuiyport 

Larrabee Joseph N. 63 North, Sfliem 
PARTKLOW C. M., end of Derby wbarf (see advt. 

p. 421), 

Bobbin and Spool Manufacturers. 

Hide T. J. Si Co. 15 Oxford, Lawrence 

Sprague L. & Co. 265 to 281 Lowell, '' 

LEWIS LLOYD G., foot of Commercial (see advt. 
p. 478), Lynn 

Boiler Makers. 

{See aleo Machiniste.) 

Brown J. S. 270 Lowell, Lawrence 

McCabe & Co. , Essex Yard, < ^ 

Holbrook Sd Barker, 9 Spring, Lynn 

SALEBi BOILER WOBKS, John O'Brien, prop., 
Peabody, cor. Ward, residence, 82 Lafayette st. Salem 

Bones and Bone Dust. 

{See Fertilizers.) 

Bonnet and Hat Bieacheries. 

(See Bieacheries.) 

Book Binders. 

XSee also Blank Book Manufacturers.) 

Rice W. E« 271 Essex, Lawrence 

Courtis and Breare, 7 Munroe, Lynn 

JACKSON LAMBERT, 60 Munroe (see a^vt. p. 18), '< 
Potter C. H., Inn st. Newburyport 

Brooks Horace A. 224 Essex, Salem 

PERLEY JONATHAN, Observer building, City 

Hall ave. (see advt. front colored), ^* 

Salem Press, George A. Bates, manager. Liberty, 

cor. Derby, " 

Book Letterers. 

Courtis & Breare, 7 Munroe, Lynn 

JACKSON LAMBERT, 60 Munroe (see advt. p. 18), " 
PERLEY JONATHAN, Observer building, City 

Hall ave. (see advt. front colored), Salem 

Salem Press, Geo. A. Bates, manager, '^ 



BOOKSELLEBSy ETO. — BOOT BUTTON HOLE MAKEBfl. 48 

Booksellers and Stationers. 

Draper W. F., Draper's block, Andover 

Wilson Joseph A. 154 Cabot, Beverly 

Bates R. D. 81 Maple, Danyers 

Bateman Lewis H. Georgetown 

Hawson John, 82 Main, Gloucester 

Proctor Bros. 108 Main, «« 

Bogers John S. E. 193 Main, '' 

Chase Brothers, 15 Washington, Haverhill 

Hall A. H. 15 Merrimack, '« 

Hail James, 6 Main, ** 

Kerrigan A. P. J. (Catholic), 24 Water, *' 

Morse C. C. & Son, 11 Washington sq. <* 

Blanchard A« D. 57 Broadway, Lawrence 

Colbnm Brothers, 281 Essex, ^* 

Rice W. E. 265 Essex, '' 

Rinn M. 143 Essex, '' 

Stratton L. & Son, 289 Essex, ^* 

Blossom W. W. 48 Market, Lynn 

Herbert Geo. C. 7 Central sq. " 

Johnson Edward, 6 Market, '^ 
SMITH & ROBINSON, 42 Market (see advt. p. 

445), " 

Wheeler C. A. 14 Market, '' 

Bicker E. W. Merrimao 

Holman B. S., Broadway, Metbuen 

Norris Lorin O., Broadway, ^^ 

Fowle S. H. 15 State, Newburyport 

Pearson Geo. H. 35 State, '' 

Sargent Moses H. 44 State, ^* 

Stevens B. F. 16 Main, Peabody 

Margeson G. T. Rockport 

Richardson N. jr. 6 Main, *' 

Ives Henry P. 232 Essex, Salem 

Merrill & Mackintire, 220 Essex, '' 
CCONNELL TIMOTHY MRS, (Catholic), 299 

Essex (see advt. p. 2), ^' 

Toang Jacob, 201 Essex, ** 
Creasey Joseph W. 6 Market sq. Amepbury, Salisbury 

Johnson John F. 5 Main, ^^ ^^ 

Killam D. a i* 

MerriU F. W. (school books), 38 Main, " " 

Boot and Shoe Button Hole Makers. 

Femald O. N. Danvers 

STRAW W. S., Putnam st. (see advt. p. 465), ** 

PRESTON H. P., Holten st. (see advt. p. 464), 

Taplevville, " 



44 SfiSEX OOUNTY DIREOTORY. 

Boot and Shoe BuUon Bole Makerey continued. 
Crockett Ira T. & Co. 31 Washington, Hsyerhill 

Horton T. H. 83 Washington, ** 

Jordan C. S. 48 Washington, ** 
BEALE BROTHERS, 67 Oxford, Ljnn 

Brown F. A. 26 Washington, ** 

Crosman Samuel F. 73 Willow, " 
CILLEY W. W. & CO. 7 Washington (see advt. p. 

437), " 

Cross F. W. 74 Munroe, " 
CROWNINSHIELD E. O. MRS. 91 Monroe (see 

advt. p. 439), " 

dishing F. E. 242 Union, " 

Fawceit Amos, 39 Mulberry, ** 

Fernald Oliver N. 8 Summer, *« 

Jennings H. H., Oxford, cor. Buffnm, ** 
MOULTON C. F. & Co. 86 Exchange (see advt. p. 

437), " 
MOULTON & LANGWORTHY, 114 Oxford (see 

advt. p. 487), 
PATCH E. A. MISS, 64 Munroe (see advt. p. 439), " 

PIPER J. W. 69 Washington (see advt. p. 439), «' 
RUSSELL MARTHA J. MISS, 164 Market (see 

advt. p. 437), " 
SHUTE BENJAMIN A. 158 Blarket (see advt. 

p. 489), " 

St. Clair J. B. 156 Market, «' 

Trevett C. C. 18 Spring, ** 

Tuck John, Broad st. *' 

Boot and Shoe Contractors. 

(See also Boot and Shoe Manufacturers,) 

Sherman Marshall, Front st. Beverly 

Adams & Randall, rear First National Bank, Haverhill 
Beardslej W., rear 19 Essex, 
Bly E. G. 

Boin & Leonard, rear 58 Washington, '^ 

Callj J. W. 3 Myrtle, «* 
Carlton S. W. (finishing), rear First National Bank, 
Cass & Chase, 86 Washington, 
Cook George M., rear 1 Washington, 

Curtis W. F. 8 Myrtle, " 

Davis & Messer, 77 Washington, " 

Day R. B. & Co., Tilton block, " 

Durgin & Thompson, rear 118 Washington, " 

Ferber Brothers, rear 20 Washington, ** 

Ford J., re ir 78 Washington, ** 

Frost & Folsom, rear 6« Washington, " 












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Greenlay J. W., rear 90 Washington, 
Hicks 4b Howard, rear 110 Washington, 
Hopkinson & Page, rear 20 Washington, 
Kelly E. P., rear 68 Washington, 
Kelly J. G. 85 Essex, 
Melvin Brothers, 75 Washington, 
Moore A. Soott, 109 Washington, 
Peaslee Frank O. 83 Washington, 
Poor & Griffin, rear 66 Washington, 
Pratt & Merriam, 96 Washington, 
Provus T. A Co. , rear 64 Washii^ton, 
Remsell G. J. (heels), rear 74 Washington, 
RICHARDSON I. W., rear 108 Merrimack, 
Stacy J. C, rear National Bank, 
Webster A. D., rear 108 Merrimack, 
Bennett G. H. & I. M. iVi Manroe, 
Collyer Thomas Jr. 34 Exchange, 
Crossman Greorge A., rear 28 Washington, 
Foes Cyras G. 26 Almont, 
Newhall PhUlip A. Ill Market and 14 State, 
Smith O. H. 8 Summer, 
Southwick John T. 18 Mnnroe, 
Willey & Weld, Farrar st. 

Boot and Shoe.Cimer. 

Law J. W. 114 Essex, 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 

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Darcy Phillip, Main st 

Mooar John F. 9 Main, 

O'Brien John J., Merchants row, 

Osgood M. C. 82 Main, 

Brown Benj., Main st. 

Wood A. G., Main st. 

Wright H. P., Main st. 

Cameron F. H., Cabot st. 

Giles Edmnnd Jr., Odd Fellows block, 

Newcomb L. F. 142 Cabot, 

Levy Wm., opp. Boston and Maine depot, 

Mosher H. & Co. 5 Maple, 

PERLET A. P. & CO. 2 Maple (see advt. p. 464), ** 

Perkins Wm. Essex 

Berry J. O. 8 Little's block, Georgetown 

Babson Edward, 74 Main, Gloucester 

Crowley & Bartles, 188 Main, 

David J. A. 45 Main, 

HaU F. T. & Son, 272 Main, 



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Harris W. J. 226 Main, 


Gloucester 


Haskell J. W. 172 Maia, 




Howard C. 0. 64 Main, 




Mann Michael, 80 Washington, 




Parsons W. F. & Bro. 81 Main, 




Richardson J. U. 186 Main, 




Ring E. P. & Son, 128 Main, 


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Sanders W. L. LanesYllle, ^* 


SpoffordH. A. 


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Bennett Sn Co. (wholesale), 18 Memmack, 


Hayerhill 


Cleveland G. H. 71 Merrimack, 


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Holland John P., Market st. 


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Johnson Joseph, Central st. 


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Anderson Brothers, 95 Essex, 


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Bateman Joseph, 54 South Broadway and 140 Esssx, ** \ 


Clark S. 869 Essex, 




Collins Thomas, 575 Essex, 




Connelly D. J. 208 Essex, 




Cross John, 129 Essex, 




Desilet Philip, 510 Common, 




Donovan James, 511 Essex, 




Gould W. H. 279 Essex, 




Horgan & Chard, 26 South Broadway, 




Huot v. J. & Co. 487 Essex, 




Lord George, 547 Essex, 




Mahoney Daniel D. 805 Essex, 




Maboney J. D. 858 Essex, 




McAllister & Rogers, 895 Essex, 




Murphy T. J. 269 Essex, 




O'Brien E. F. Mrs. 105 South Broadway, 




Robinson P. B. 221 Essex, 




Warburton Peter, 169 Broadway, 




Whittredge T. J. & Son, 508 Essex, 


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Woodcock Dennis, 419 Broadway, 




Berry S. J. & Co. 89 Market, 


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Cashman M. 110 Union, 

Dodge W. F. 136 Union, 

Donnelly Owen, 102 Munroe, 

Donnelly Peter, 59 Monroe^ 

Dunbar E. H. 71 Mnnroe, 

Farmer & Lemnx>n, 128 Monroe, 

Flagg D. 420 Western ave. 

Hopkins Joseph E. 22 Market, 

Horgan Patrick J. Ill Mnnroe, 

Mailey T. J. 68 Chestnut, 

McGrath Walter, 92 Market, 

Mellen A. M. 98 Union, 

Osborne Wellman (retaU and jobbing), 28 Market 

sq. and 84 Market, 
Richardson C. S. 250 Chestnut, 
Robinson O. S. 99 Essex, 
Stein Joseph A. 22 Centnd aye. 
Vamey M. A. 21 City Hall sq. 
Webster E. W. 41 Munroe, 
Wentworth C. A. 128 Union, 
Smith H. D., Bosoobel block, 
Hooper Charles, 
Greene Joseph O. 
Masters Greorge E. 
Power L. R. 
Rogers William, 
Safkins & Lackey, 
Salient R. A. 

Chase E. S., Currier's block, 
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Barton Louis F. 11 State, 

Campbell W. H. 14C Merrimack, 

Cusack Peter, 15 Merrimack, 

Cuseck W. C. 28 Merrimack, 

Dodge N. D. 71^ State, 

Little William A. 29 Merrimack, 

Morss William B. 29Siate, 

Pettingill B. F. 12 Pleasant, 

Robinson Geo. N. 28 State, 

Sexton & Welch, 40 Market sq. 

Titcomb Charles R. 52 State, 

Brown John G. North Andoref Depot, North Andover 

Buck Leonidas, 96 Main, Peabody 

Nugent Brothers, 4 Lowell, 

Pray Ira F/ 18 Lowell, 

Teagne C. E. 52 Main, 

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McLane George M. 46 Main, 


Eockport 


Parsons Alfred, Main st. 


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Story Henry L. Pigeon 


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Arvedson George, 216 Essex, 


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Beston James, 29 Boston, 


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Flint Harrison 0. 210 Essex, 


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Lavery James F. 6 Lafayette, 


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Low Aaron T. 76 Boston, 


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Morton Henry, 246 Essex, 


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Nelson Manuel, IS Central, 


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Palmer & Bradley, 235 Essex^ 


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Brown S. J. 22 Market, Amesbury, Sahsbnry 


Frost T. T., Market st. " 


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Laroom R. E., Park, cor. Federal, 


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Trow J. F., Park st. 


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Danvers 


Berry J. 0. 8 Little's block. Main st. 


Georgetown 


Donoghue D. 


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Brooks Brothers, 20 and 22 Merrimack, 


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Maboney J. D. 358 Ehscx, 


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Beede Charles 0. 160 to 164 Union, 


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FOSTER CHARLES G. 89 Malbeny (see advt. 

back cover) , 
Hill Wm. F. & Co. 45 Exchange, 
Holbrook F. H. 7 Washington, 
Uonghton & Godfrey, 21 Exchange, 
Hutchinson W. Henry, 51 Munroe, 
Lancaster Henry P. (shoe stays) , 45 Manroe, 
HcFarland & Harding, Munroe, cor. Washington, 
Myrick Isaac, 45 Pearl, 
Niles J. A. (patterns), 124 Manroe, 
Parker Bros, (kid stays), 21 Washington, 
PHUiLIPS OSMUS (McKay's needles and awls), 

91 Manroe (see advt. front cover), 
ROBINSON H. (cntters and dies), SS Oxford 

(see advt. p. 437), 
SISSON ALBERT H. 59 Central ave. (see advt. 

p. 442), 
Sutherland D. A. (stays), 50 Exchange, 
Trask W. H. 17 Willow, 
T. W. Tyler Manuf. Co. 56 and 58 WUlow, 
WELCH ORRIN £. <Sb CO. 120 Manroe (see advt. 

p. 438), 
White Sb Colbath, 74 Manroe, 
Wbitten & Lascell (awls, machine needles, etc.), 

26 State, 

Gill Peter, Marblehead 

Lord Brothers, 17 Market sq. Newbaryport 

Pearl Tbeophilas, 9^ St. Peter, Salem 

Sibley George, 196 Derby, 

Boot and Shoe Heel Manufacturers. 

{See also Boot and Shoe Stock.) 

Goodhne L. K., Park st. 

Rice Andrew J. 

Wood John, Jr. 52 Rantoal, 

Brown M., rear Washington st. 

Campbell J. C, rear First National Bank, 

Dral J. W., rear 100 Washington, 

HILL T. R & CO., rear 86 Washington, 

Simonds Jesse, 

Wason L. S., rear 108 Washington, 

Crosman I. M. 83 and 85 Willow, 

Langlois Joseph &, Co. 44 Almont, 

Renton J. B 88 Exchange, 

VellaJ.F. 215 Union, 

Widger L. E. 88 Almont, 

Widger Saroael A. 27 Ingalls, 

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Boot and Shoe Bed MaftufacturerSy continued. 

Boandy A. E. 8 Allen's block, Peabody 

Boynton S. A. Rowley 

Burke F. C. ** 

Ellsworth Milton, " 
EOWELL EDWARD, 194 and 196 Derby (see 

advt. p. 425), Salem 

Boot and Shoe Heelers. 

Atkins E. W. 49 Washington, 

Beane V. H. 101 Washington, 

Bigelow F. 21 Washington, 

Bragdon B. J. 89 Washington, 

Bragdon Lather, 

Chase Moses H. 4 Washington are. 

Danforth Joseph N. 39 Washington, 

Danforth W. A., rear 166 Merrimack, 

Dodge W. C. 78 and 75 Washington, 

Dow John, 85 Essex, 

Fisk B. F., rear 100 Washington, 

Foss M. C. 55 Wingate, 

Gage & Groldthwaite, 55 Wingate, 

Hapgood & Vose, 62 Washington, 

Hardy George W. 93 Washington, 

Howard J. F. 160 Washington, 

Huse & Runnells, rear 86 Washington, 

Jaqaes S. G. & Co. (wood), rear 110 and 112 

Washington, 
Eelley Bros., rear 130 Merrimack, 
Lanontte Charles, 16 Wingate, 
Lntts John H. 17 Washington, 
Martin & Co., rear 66 Washington, 
Millett William, 89 Washington, 
Morrison E. 6. 164 Merrimack, 
Osgood W. W. 26 Washington, 
Palmer J. R. 86 Washington, 
Perry James, rear First National Bank, 
Pettengill & Fisher, 25 Washington, 
Rob'nson S. M. 63 Washington, 
Rowe H. (wood and leather), rear 22 Washington, 
THOMPSON C. C, rear 94 Washington, 
Tirrell P. B. (slipper), rear First National Bank, 
Wiggin J. F., rear 100 Washington, 
WoodC. A. 12 Wingate, 
Jones Frank B. 110 Market, 
Look G. B. 45 Exchange, 
Nichols H. B. 16 Central ave. 
Tratton B. F. 208 Union, 
Widger Samuel A. 27 Ingalls, 



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BEALE BROTHERS, 67 Oxford, 

Breed S. B. 84 and 86 Oxford, 

Bresnahan Bros. 149 Union, 

BUZZELL O. W. (dealer), 64 Munroe (see advt 

p. 438), 
DAVEY THOMAS db CO. 70 Manroe (see advt. 

p. 15), 
Ellison James, 34 Washington, 
EMERSON GEO. W. & CO. 67 Washington, and 

54 Central ave. (see advt p. 433), 
FURBUSH J. W. 12 Washington (see advt p. 

438), 
6ALLA6ER MANUF. CO. 18 State (see adyt. 

opp. p. 4) , 
Goodyear <Sb McKay Sewing Machine Co. 36 Ox- 
ford, 
Holbrook & Barker, 9 Spring, 
KNIVETON GILBERT, 56 Almont (see advt. p. 

18), 
Knox David, Oxford st. 
STEWART ALEXANDER, 28 State (see advt. p. 

434), 
Swain, Fuller & Co. 238 Union, 
White & Colbath, 74 Manroe, 
CURWEN CHARLES F., Liberty, cor. Derby (see 

advt. front colored), Salem 

Nanmkeag Baf9ng Machine Association, 4 Dodge, ** 
Whitman Manuf. Co. (channelling knives and 

grooves), 4 Dodge, « 

Boot and Shoe Makers. 

{See aUo Boot and Shoe Manufacturers; aleo Boot and 

Shoe Dealers.) 

Feeney J. J., Aubin st. 

Patten J. W. 

Thourell John, 

Wright H. P. Main st. 

Bray Charles, 

Campbell David, Water st. 

Clayton J. W. 22 Water, 

Giles A., rear Town Hall, 

Natter John, Railroad ave. 

Orr William D. 

Perkins B. F., Railroad ave. 

Pickett Joseph, Dane st. 



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Wild John, B., Bow at. 


Beverly 




Conant Daniel, 


Boxford 




French Benj. 


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Berry W. H., Water st. Danyersport, Danvers | 




Brummitt Greo. 


Tapleyville, " 




O'Brien William, 


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Brown Edwin, 


Georgetown 




Brown Tristram, Main st. 


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Pickard L. D. 


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Crockett WiUiam T. 451 Main, 


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Freeman James, Parsons st. 


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Harvey R. E. 31 Prospect, 


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Hayden Luther, 49 Duncan, 


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tiolmes Stephen, Commercial st. 


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Einney James A. 76 Main, 


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Beilly John M. 68 Duncan, 


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Sargent John. J. 68 Washington, 


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Smith Malcolm, 7 Rogers, 


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Thurston Geo. F. 182 Main, 


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Thurston S. S. 283 Main, 


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Wlttneber W., Prospect st. 


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Glover J. F. 


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Lannin Martin, 


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Chandlers William D. 


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Babington G. 50 Water, 


Haverhill 




Bickford E. B., rear 178 Merrimack, 


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Brassuer Samuel J. 101 Essex, 


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Chick H. 42 Essex, 


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Currier George, 185^ Merrimack, 


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Dresser N. B., foot of Washington ave. 


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Evans B. F. 185 Merrimack, 


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Foster 0. J. 159 Washington, 


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French D. W. 12 Wingate, 


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Harris E. J. jr. 12 Wingate, 


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Heon D. 206 Merrimack, 


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Marsters W. A. 177 Merrimack, 


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Messer J. B. 159 Washington, 


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Payson 6. O. 63 Water, 
Sanderson G. W. 25 Water, 
Sargon B. R. 39 Washington, 
Smith R. 30 Locust, 
Tabor <& Pike, 185J Merrimack, 
Tenney D. G., rear 53 Washington. 
TurcottUrvin, 19Wingate, 
Warren N. 147 Merrimack, 
Ellis George W., Central st. 
Manning W. E. 

PIKEE.T., Central St. 
Antoine Hem. 396 Haverhill, 
Bateman Joseph, 140 Essex, 
Callahan John, 19 Short, 
Clark S. 369 Essex, 
Clever Thomas, 392 Broadway, 
Collins Thomas, 575 Essex, 
Corwell John, 178 Water, 
Dennison Wm. 355 Oak, 
DeRinzy Edward, 3 MiU, 
Devine James, 575 Common, 
Devine Michael, 236 Oak, 
Donovan Daniel, 1 South Broadway, 
Dachaine J. B. 368 Common, 
Dwyer Stephen, 114 Lawrence, 
Feehan John, 239 Oak, 
Foster C. R. 60 Amesbury, 
Garvey Daniel, 55 White, 
Gamartin J. 117 Elm, 
Gray James, 39 Hampshire, 
Gray John H. 246 Common, 
HaakerCarl, 174Wmow, 
Hart Michael, 317 Hampshire, 
HinchdiflTe Alfred, 67 Water, 
Holden W. G. 69 Essex, 
Kiley H. 24 Myrtle, 
Lord Geo. 547 Essex, 
Maclver Anslie S. 82 South Broadway, 
Mahoney Daniel D. 305 Essex, 
Mahoney John, 8 Newbury, 
Mahoney J. D. 353 Essex, 
Malone Joseph, 55 Essex, 
McDermott Patrick, 1 Melvin, 
Murphy T. J. 269 Essex, 
Neibert Charles (cloth), 238 Oak, 
Nicholson Thomas, 107 Cross, 
O'Connor John, 155 Chestnut, 
Parthum E. 115 Union, 
Poirier O. 814 Common, 



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Boot and Shoe MaJcerSy continv^ed. 
Potter Adolph, 482 Common, 
Raistrick Thomas, 511 Broadway, 
Roberge Elie, 182 Valley, 
Seney Peter E. 42 Franklin, 
Smith James, 247 Elm, 
Smythe T. C. 17 Jackson, 
Yogel & Behrman (cloth), 183 Jackson, 
Warburton Peter, 169 Broadway, 
Wiist Jacob, 100 Union, 
Woodcock Dennis, 419 Broadway, 
Young Bernard, 4 Newbnry, 
Aylward Mark, 25j Union, 
Blaisdell C. F. 129 Broad, 
Foss Cyms G. (women's, misses', and children's), 

26 Almont, 
Garfield Joseph W. (ladies' custom), 65 Mnnroe, 
Ilodgkins Joseph E. 22 Market, 
Ingalls C. N. P. 216 Chestnut, 
Jones Edwin T., State st. 
Enowles E. O. 4 Mount Vernon, 
Leeson R. 17«0 Union, 
Maguire Michael, 485 Western ave. 
McCleave Robert, 6 Ireson, 
McElroy James, 91 Oxford, 
Mclntire C. (custom), rear 21 Munroe, 
Mellen A. M. 88 Union, 
Moriarfy John, 20 Washington, 
Newhall Phillip A. ill Market, 
Perkins Calvin, 67 Willow, 
Pierce E. S., Union, cor. Pearl, 
Richardson C. S. 250 Chestnut, 
Robinson O. S. 99 Essex, 
Scofield John, 125^ Essex, 
Sexton Thomas, 138 Broad, 
Smith O. H. 101 Market, 
Townsend D. & Co. 15 Alley, 
VeUa N., Allen st. 
Wentworth C. A. 128 Union, 
White William H. 1 Sutton, 
Willey & Weld, Farrar st. 
Allen Solomon D. 
Russell Benjamin H. 
Donovan John, 
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Fleet James H. 
Hickey L. 
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Paine John, Marblehead 

Flanders G. E. ' Merrimac 

Hoyt J. B. " 

Sargent B. A. *« 

Baker J., Broadway, Metbaen 

Belfry John, Lowell at. ^' 
Aikin Thomas, Merrimack at. Newbnryport 

Bridges B. 88 Pleasant, *' 

Daniel C. H. 22 Inn, «« 

Fuller W. A. 115 Water, " 

Hansen D. 109 Merrimack, *^ 

Mitchell Thomas W., Forrester st. '< 

Beed Waterman, 195 Water, ^« 

Bobinson George N. 23 State, ** 

Sweeney John, 37 Olive, ** 
Martin Joseph, North Andover Depot, North Andover 

Bishop Benjamin, Grove st, Peabody 

Frye William, Central st. ** 

Hefferman William, Walnat st ** 

Holmes J. S., Washington st. ** 

Osborne J. W. 7 Bowditch, *• 

Pray Ira F., Chestnut st. ** 

Baddin Alonzo, Lynnfield st. ** 

Tarbox William, County st. " 

Thompson C. E., Maple st. *' 

Williams Samuel, Lynn st. *^ 

Fairbanks C. D., Mount Pleasant st. Bockport 

Hartley John, School st. '^ 

Knutsford William, " 
Harper J. G., Pigeon Cove, *' 

Beston James, 29 Boston, Salem 

Briggs J. B. 119i North, " 

Day John, 21 Lafayette, *^ 

Emerson J. 31 Beach, ** 

Flint Harrison O. 210 Essex, '« 

Foley Mannis, 144 Derby, *^ 

Gilford E. J. 37 Brown, " 

Hanlon Jeremiah, 82 North, *' 

Harwood F. 87 Brown, ** 

JiUson A. S. 21 Brown, " 

Leonard W. & J. 196 Essex, ^< 

Luth Thomas, 10 Congress, *' 

McNiff John, 129 Boston, '^ 

McNiff Michael, 87 North, * * 

Mulligan John, 42 Mill, «« 

Nash John, 60^ Derby, ** 

Naughter John, 97 Derby, ** 

Netter Martin, 5 North, ** 

Nichols William D. 28 Salem, '' 



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Boot and Shoe Makers^ continued. 
O'CONNELL TIMOTHY, 299 Essex (see advt. 

p. 2), 
Pearl Frank, 9 Lafayette, 
Pearl Theophilus, 9 J St. Peter, 
Pickering B. F. 21 Broad, 
Plnmmer M. J. 115 Essex, 
Rust J. W. 31 Endicott, 
Sheriden John, 19 Fowler, 
Story Waiiam S. 25 Peabody, 
Teague John R., rear 201^ Essex, 
Terombly Ferdner, 5 Congress, 
Tiney William, 80 Bndge, 
Tirrell Charles E. 95 North, 
Barpee John, 44 Market, 
De Rinzz J. 19 Friend, 
McDonald Thomas, 
Haskell Charles W. 
Tweed Frederick A. 
Perkins Amos, 
Stiles Frederick, 
Brown E. 
Brown Stephen, 
GrifiSn & Lay, 
Mclntire James & Wm. S. 
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MeFarland & Harding, 101 Munroe, Lynn 

WELCH ORRIN E. & CO. 120 Munroe (see adTt. 
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Boot and Shoe Manufacturers. 

{See cUeo Boot and Shoe Contractors; dlao Makers; also 

Dealers.) 

Barnard J. W., Main st Andoyer 

Brown Benjamin, Main st 

Jaquith Newton, Main st. 

Tuck Warren, 

Wadleigh P. N., Main st. 

Wood A. G. jr.. Main st. 

Abbott Samuel, Beverly 

Baker Joseph H., Park st. 

Clark & Holbrook (ladies' fine sewed) , Hale, cor. 

Cabot, 
Cole B. E. & Co., Rantoul st. 
Creesy Charles H., Park st. 
Foster Daniel 2d, Railroad st. 
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Jenkins John & Co., Railioad ave. Beverly 

J. H. Patnam & Davenport (women's and misses'), 

Rantonl at. «' 
Lefavour David & Son, Bantonl si. *' 
Marsters & Walker (ladies'), opp. Eastern depot, ** 
Norwood Seth & Co. (misses' and women's), Bain- 
tool St. ** 
Perry A. A Co., Milton, cor. Park, <^ 
Rogers E. B., Park st. «< 
Thissell David, '< 
Thissell George H. A Co. (slippers), Railroad ave. *< 
Yickery J. F. (buskins and slippers) , Dane st. ** 
Wallis, Kilham & Bray, Park, cor. Bow, <« 
Wilson John (ladies' and misses'), Central st. ** 
Woodbury Brothers, River, cor. Federal, ** 
Woodbury Geo. A. 2d (misses' and children's), 

Park St. " 

Woodbniy Myron (ladies'), Raihroad st. *< 

Woodbury & Ober, " 

Sandley Andrew, Beverly Farms, ** 

Thissen A. T. ** «* 

Caldwell Edward (ladies' shoes). North Beverly, *' 
Howe Edward & Son, Boxford 
Baker D. B. & Son (ladies' and misses'), Putnam st. 

Danvers 

Eaton & Sears, Park st. ^* 

Elliott C. L. " 

Farrar J. E. & Co., Locust st. *^ 

Farwell C. C. & Co. " 

Flint Geo. H. " 

Keith C. A., Lawrence st. *' 

Tallock W. & J. ** 

Mudge E. & A. & Co. (ladies') , Danvers Centre, '* 

Martin, Clapp & French, Tapleyville, ** 

Fuller S. B. & Son (ladies'), Essex 

Low David, *' 

Martin, Clapp & French, ^' 
Baker C. G. Georgetown 

Brewster W. M. (heavy boots), Park st. " 

Chaplin Geoige W. & Co. " 

Chaplin Henry P. & Co. ** 

Cloutman Dunham & Co., Little's block, *' 

Coher J. P. <Sb Son, " 

Coher R. A. " 

Giles James B., Elm st. '^ 

Harriman H. E., Elm st, ^^ 

Levering J . A. ^^ 
Noyes A. B. & Co. (heavy boots and brogans), 

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Boot and Shoe Manufiichirersj continued, 

Tenney George J. & Son (heavy boots), Main st 

Georgetown 

The Little & C!o. Corporation, Central, oor. Main, <^ 

Page W. T. Groveland 

Pembroke <Sb Balch, << 

Enowlton George E. Hamilton 

Allen E.W. & Son (also slippers) ,21 Wa8hington,HaYerhill 

Avery & Hill, 102 Washington, 

Bailey R. F. 120 Washington, 

Bartlett G. H. (ladies' and gents* slippers), 188 
Washington, 

Bartlett L. (slippers), 18 Washington, 

Bennett A Co. 18 Merrimack, 

Blake W. F. 45 and 47 Wingate, 

Blye E. G. (also slippers), 40 Washington, 

Bly W. C. 8 Myrtle, 

Boynton C. W, (ladies' and gents* slippers), 185 
Merrimack, 

Boynton H. W. (slippers) , 185 Merrimack, 

Boynton W. F. 68 Wingate, 

Butterfield D. L. (slippers), 26 Washington, 

Caldwell & Tozia (slippers), 12 Wingate, 

Carleton G. H. & Co. 72 Wingate, 

Chadwick A. B. (slippers), 25 Washington 

Chase A. L. & Co. 105 and 107 Washington, 

Chase H. M. (ladies' and misses' slippers), 96 and 
98 Washington, 

Chase S. F. db Bro. (slippers), 26 Washington, 

Chase W. S. & Son (slippers), 42 and 44 Wash- 
ington, 

Chase & Lanbham, Washington sq. 

Chase & Chamberlain. 109 Washington, 

Chick Bros, (also contractors), 85 Washington, 

Clement H. C. (slippers) , 63 Washington. 

Cloutman, Dunham & Co. 35 Railroad sq. 

Cluff D. B. 136 to 188 Washington, 

Coffin C. H. 45 and 47 Washington, 

Colby Eben (slippers), 198 Merrimack, 

Corson John, 21 Essex, 

Cram M. C. (slippers), 55 Wingate, 

Carrier A. A Son (ladies', misses', and children's 
slippers), 116 and 118 Washington, 

Carrier H. G. (ladies', misses', and children's slip- 
pers), 116 and 118 Washington, 
Currier J. F. (slippers), 122 Washington, 
Davis Brothers & Co. 64 Washington, 
Davis John F. 57 Wingate, 
Davis & Crafts, 89 and 91 Washington 



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Day Albert 6. (Newport button, ties, and slippers), 

1 00 Merrimack, Haverhill 

Day W. F. (Newport batton, ties, and slippers, 
ladies' and misses') , 100 Merrimack, 

Demeritt E. E. (slippers), 38 Washington, 

Dnrgin J. H. (fine shoes and slippers), 86 and 88 
Washington, 

Eastman & Johnson (slippers), 65 Washington, 

Eaton C. H. & Co. (ladies', misses', and children's), 
164 Merrimack, 

Emerson £. H. A Co. (also slippers), 112 and 114 
Washington, 

Evens W. F. & Co. 57 Washington, 

Evens & Hicks, 148 Washington, 

Farnsworth 8. P. A Co. 21 Railroad sq. 

Farrar J. B. (men's), rear 180 Washington, 

Farrington A. J. (slippers), 18 Washington, 

Finney L. A. (ladies' and misses' shoes), rear 58 
Washington, 

Fitts E. A. 93 and 95 Washingtcm, 

Foster E. H. 63 Washington, 

Foster H. H. 120 Washington, 

Fox C. E. (slippers) 21 and 23 Baihroad sq. 

French Joseph F. (slippers), 196 Merrimack, 

Gage B. F. 41 Washington, 

Gage & Johnson (slippers), 48 Washington, 

Gale Brothers, 67 and 69 Washhigton, 

Gale J. A. (ladies' and misses'), 86 and 88 Wash- 
ington, 

Gardner Brothers, Granite st. 

Groodrich L. M. (slippers), 33 Washington, 

Goodrich Walter, 33 Washington, 

Goodrich & Porter, 70 and 72 Washington, 

Groodwin J. G. (slippers), 204 Merrimack, 

Gorman & Lowry, (slippers), 150 to 156 Washington, '^ 

Granton Bobert (misses', children's, and infants'), 
204 Merrimack, 

Green & Nichols (ladies'), 44 Washington, 

Griffin Bros. 48 Washington, 

Ham Geo. 97 and 99 Washington, 

Harris E. S. (slippers, hand and machine sewed), 
85 and 87 Washington, 

Harris J. E. 35 Essex, 

Hayes & Titcomb (slippers), 120 Washington, 

Heath F. E. (slippers) , 22 Washington, 

Hicks Howard (slippers), rear 110 and 112 Wash- 
ington, 

Hill & Ellis, 60 Washington, 

Hobson John H. (slippers), 25 Washington, 



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Boot (vnd Shoe Manufadturers^ oowtinued* 

Hodgdon J. A. 55 Wingate, HaTerhill 

How Charles M. (ladies', misses', and children's), 
84 Washington, 

How George C. (ladies' slippers), 128 Washington, 

Hoyt Charles N. 74, 76 and 78 Washington, 

Hoyt F. M. 59 Washington, 

Hoyt H. H. 101 Washington, 

Hubbard Bros. 88 Washington, 

Huntington Bros, (slippers), 52 and 54 Washington, ** 

Hutchinson F. E. 74 Wingate, 

Jennings & Stevens, 86 Washington, 

Johnson Henry H. (men's) , 96 and 98 Washington, 

JOHNSON L. & SON (slippers), 182 and 184 
Washington, 

Kelly Charles E. (ladies'), 81 and 88 Essex, 

Kimball Albert L. 66 Washington, 

Kimball Brothers (shoes), 112 and 114 Washington, 

Kimball <Sb Smith, 88 Washington, 

Knife Brothers, 105 and 110 Washington, 

Leighton Bros. 84 Wingate, 

Leighton G. H. & Co. (slippers), rear 114 Wash- 
ington, 

Lynch J. A. 68 and 65 Washington, 

McDuffee A. 56 Washington, 

McLain C. 0. 104 Washington, 

Melvin Bros, (slippers), 75 Washington, 

Merino Shoe Co. (felt shoes and slippers), River st. 

Merrill J. W. 122 Washington, 

Miller B.C. (slippers), 99 Washington, 

Miller & Foster (ladies' and misses'), 108 and 110 
Washington, 

MUler & Read (men's and boys'), 100 Washington, 

Mitchell George W. (also slippers), 108 Washingtpn, <* 

Mitchell S. K. 79 Washington, 

Morrill B. W. 6 Washington, 

Moore E. W. 75 Washington, 

Murray J. H. (slippers), 68 W&shington, 

Newmager R. (fine shoes), 62 Wingate, 

Nichols George H. (slippers), 82 Washington, 

Nichols J. B. (slippers), 22 Washington, 

Noyes W. P. 61 Washington, 

Noyes & Tabor (slippers) 97 and 99 Washington, 

Ober & Shannon, 40 Wingate, 

Ordway & Clarke, 68 Washington, 

Osgood J. H. 26 Washington, 

Otis O. B. (ladies' and misses' slippers), 89 Wash- 
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Peaslee A. O. 6 Washington, 



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Peaslee J. & Co. 103 Washiogton, 

Pilling J. 88 Wingate, 

Poor C. H. & Co. 89 Washington, 

Prescott Arthur (slippers) , 28 Washington sq. 

Priest & Chase, 56 and 58 Washington, 

Ridgway Joseph (slippers and button boots), 204 

Merrimack, 
Robinson J. H. 58 Wingate, 
Rudduck T. J. 25 Essex, 
Russ F. H. 10 Wingate, 
Russ & Noyes, 76 and 78 Wingate, 
Searl & Webster, 16 Washington, 
Sheridan Francis (shoes), 120 Washington, 
Sleeper 6.' L. 18 Washington, 
Smith S. P. 68 Washington, 
Spanlding W. W. 104 and 106 Washington, 
Sprague D. F. (slippers), 79 Washington, 
Sprague H. S. 

Sprague & Moulton (slippers), 78 Washington, 
Stevens F. C. 84 Washington, 
Stoue & Johnson, 19 RailK>ad sq. 
Stover J. M. 86 Washington, 
Sweet J. B.'s Sons, 18 and 15 Railroad sq* 
Sweet & Bond, 1 and 2 Sweet block, 
Sweet & Sherwood, 25 and 27 Railroad sq. 
Tilton A. J. 9 and 11 Railroad sq. 
TQton £. G. 105 Washington, 
Towle J. R., Washington st. 
Twombly & Rouleon (slippers), Washington st. 
Tucker W. P. (slippers), 120 Washington, 
Vine & Preble, 21 Washington, 
Vittum Brothers (slippers), 88 and 40 Washington, 
Webster H. A. (slippers), 98 Washington, 
Wheeler J. S. & Co. (slippers), 19 Washington, 
Wig^in C. £. (sMppers), 60 and 62 Washington, 
Wightman H. M. (slippers), 18 Washington, 
Wilder £. J., Railroad sq. 

Winchell J. H. (slippers), 90, 92 and 94 Washington, '« 
Woodman S. F. 158 Washington, 
Farley & Daniels, 

Johnson John A. (ladies' shoes). Market st. 
Abom C. H. & Co. 180 Broad, 
Allen Daniel W. 12 State, 
Andrews, Sanborn & Randall, 97 Market, 
Ash Wm. T. 184 Union, 
Atwell Isaac M. 49 Exchange, 
Bacheller C. H. & Co 107 Market, 
Bailey & Goggins, 181 Market, 
Baker & Creighton, 95 Market, 



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Boot and 8?ioe Manufacturers^ contintied. 
Barker Clarence L. (slippers), 44 Exchange, LyoD 

Bartlett & Doak, 159 Union, «' 

Bennett J. C. & Barnard, 47 and 49 Central sq. 
Blake £. A. & Co. 99 Mnnroe, 
Blancbard A (slippers), 10 State, 
Blanchard & Little, 52 and 54 Willow, 
Boyd F. M. 26 Washington, 
Boyce Gilbert, 19 Spring, 
Breed Amos F. 1 7 Exchange, 
Breed F. W. 8 and 9 Mount Vernon, 
Brown Joseph 6. (men's and boys'), 180 Union, 
Babier S. H. 2d, 110 Oxford, 
Buffum Charles & Co. 251 and 255 Union, 
Baffum D. C. 220 Union, 
Barns W. U. 26 Washington, 
Cate & Dwinnells (fine slippers), 92 Oxford, 
Chase William A. 57 Exchange, 
Coen & Shorten, 156 Market, 
Cobb A. C. (slippers) , 9 Central aye. 
Coffin C. A. <& Co. 40 Willow, 
Collyer Thomas Jr. 34 Exchange, 
Creighton Bros. 106 Market, 
Crosman 6. A. (contractor), 30 Washington, 
Crossman S. F. & Co, 83 Washington, 
Crowley D. J. & Co. 15 Spring, 
Cashing William B. 11 Munroe, 
Davis Shoe Co. 27 Exchange, 
Doak Benjamin F. dcCo. (ladies' and misses'), 225 

and 227 Union, cor. Washington, 
Dole W. A. & Whittredge, 43 Willow, 
Donavan D. A. &Co., rear 180 Broad, 
Dougherty John, 31 Central ave. 
Dunbar E. H. 71 Monroe, 
Eaton J. P. 90 Broad, 

Emery H. Y. (turned shoes), 13 Mt. Vernon, 
Estes, Silliman & Estes (ladies' and misses' fine 

shoes), 77 Exchange, 
Ewing W. J. & Co. 52 Munroe, 
Finney R. F., Farrar st. 
Flynn Maurice, 114 Market, 
FosH Cyrus G. 
Fox James C. 5 Spring, 

French H. W. 47 Central ave. and 76 Washington, 
Frye A Pierce, 74 Munroe, 
Fuller S. B. & Son, 59 Oxford, 
Fuller & Besse (custom), 67 Oxford, 
Garfield Joseph W. (ladies' custom), 65 Munroe, 
George W. W. (congress boots) , 43 Central ave. 



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Groldtbwaite L. G. (slippers), 219 Union, 
Grover James J. & Sons, 56 and 58 Munroe, 
Gatterson & Williams, 40 Exchange, 
Hacker H. M. 11 Spring, 
Hanley P. J. 21 Willow, 
Harden H. G. (cnstom), 
Harney M. M. 38 Washington, 
Harris, Pearl A Go. 115 Willow, 
Harrison Newhall's Sons, 108 and 110 Broad, 
Haskell G. W. & Go. 43 Exchange, 
Healej Brothers, 6 and 7 Mt. Vernon, 
Heath Henry A. 188 Union, 
Hennessy James J. & Go. 115 Market, 
HERBERT BROS. 10 Washington, 
Herrick George W. <& Go. 242 and 244 Union, 
Hill N. 52 Munroe, 
Hill W. D. 8 State and 196 Union, 
Hill Wm. F. & Go. (slippers), 45 Exchange, 
Hogan & Donovan, 86 Munroe, 
Hoitt Bros. & Go. 32 Washington, 
Hollis Samuel J. 192 Union, 
Holt William H. Jr. (slippers), 7 Washington, 
Howard G. M. 116 Broad, 
Ingalls James W. & Son, 29 Munroe, 
Ireland H. G. (infants' and children's) , 208 Union, 
Ireland John, 151^ Broad, 
Johnson Luther S. 20 Exchange, 
Jones Edwin T. 24 State, 
Jones y. E. & A. H. 120 Broad, 
Eeene Brothers, 73 and 75 Willow, 
Kimball Brotherf^, 245 Union, 
Lancaster Gharles B. 169 and 171 Market, 
Lawrie & Lewis, 126 Market, 
Lemosney G. A. 94 Broad, 
Lindsey H. A. 200 Union, 

LOMASNEY BROS, (ladies', misses', and chil- 
dren's), 8 State, 
Macnair John, 10 Gentral sq. 
Mansfield G. A. & Go. (slippers), 16 Gentral sq. 
Massey George, 100 Oxford, 
Mooney N. J. & Go. 11 Sea, 
Moran & Powers, 180 Market, 
Morgan dc Dore, 29 and 31 Oxford, 
Moriarty John, 20 Washington, 
Moulton Daniel B. 218 Union, 
Mower Bros. 38 Almoiit, 
Mower E. W. & G. F. ly Willow, 
Mower F. B. 46 Almont, 
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Musso George W., jr. 123 Oxford, 
Newhall Charles W., rear 182 Broad* 
Newhall E. H. <& Co., Central ave., cor. Oxford, 
Newhall Israel A. 44 Exchange, 
Newhall P. 62 Washington, 
Newhall Phillip A. Ill Market and 14 State, 
NICHOLS & PIERCE (chUdren's fine shoes), 61 

Central ave. 
Norton <$? Peabody, 46 Exchange, 
O'Connor Dennis, 21 Washington, 
Page Walter S. (slippers), 208 Union, 
Park J. H. 16 Central sq. 
Pecker Charles D. & Co. 2 Central ave. 
Pedrick Lincoln, 4 Central ave. 
Peirce Charles F. 83 Munroe, 
Phelan James, 8 to 16 Munroe, 
Phinney R. H. 152^ Broad, 
Peirce George W. 1 18 Munroe, 
Porter Milton D. 71 Exchange, 
Porter William & Son, 18 and 15 Exchange, 
Preble A. M. & J. H. 49 Willow, 
Rumsey Brothers, rear 180 Broad, 
Sargent & Merrill, 28 Exchange, 
Shaw B. F. & Co. 77 Munroe, 
Shaw John 2d & Brother, 124 Market, 
Sheppard, Murphy & Co. 228 Union, 
Sherry Patrick P. 72 and 74 Munroe, 
Shillaber & Co. 164 Market, 
SillimanBoot & Shoe Co. 158 and 160 Market, 
Smith A. F. (ladies* and misses'), 74 Oxford, 
Smith G-eorge (slippers), 42 Munroe, 
Smith Joseph N. 226 Union, 
Smith Manuf. Co. 59 Oxford, 
Smith O. H. (contractor), 101 Market, 
Spinney & CaldweU, 114 Oxford, 
Swain J. F. <& Co.}61 Central ave. 
Sweetser C. S. 55 Oxford, 
Tebbetts Charles B. 88 and 85 Willow, 
TIMSON E. H. 87 Central sq. (see advt. p. 486), 
Usher & Scannell, 81 Washington, 
Valpey & Anthony, Washington, cor. Liberty, 
Varney C. W. &Co. 182 Broad, 
VellaJ. F. &Co. 215 Union, 
Yennard John C. & Son, 117 Market, 
Vittum C. S. (ladies' shoes), 67 Exchange, 
Walden E. & Co. 89 Munroe, 
Willey & Weld, 151J Broad, 
Winship C. V. (boys' and youths' shoes), 21 State, 



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Worthley Mark J. 89 Willow, 
Law Henry, 
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Schroff J. R. 


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Stevens William H. Jr. 


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Boot and Shoe ManufacturerSy oontinued. 


Tenney & Co., Charles at. 


Methnen 


Tyler A. P. 


Middleton 


Rogers Justin 0. 


Bjfield, Newbury 


Benedict Ezra, 45 Water, 


Newbury port 


Couch Robert jr. 


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Dodge £. P. & Co. (ladies', misses', and children's) , 1 1 


21 Pleasant, 




Lang C. W. (slippers), 13 State, 




Lnnt Edwin (slippers), Forrester st. 




Morgan Brothers, Dalton st. 




Pike J. D. <& Co. (slippers), 




Rowe J. T., High st. 




Tibbetts £. F. (ladies'), Dalton st. 




Kendall, Osbom & Co. (ladies' boota), 11 Lowell, Peabody 1 1 


Foster Wm. C. 


Rowley 


Henderson F. W . & Co. 


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Prime D. N & Sons, 


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Brady, Sortell & Co. 10 Dodge, 


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Heffeman & Son, 16^ Lafayette, 


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Hopkins & Rich, 16 Lafayette, 


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McKean William, 6 Norman, 


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O'Connell John, 18 Lafayette, 


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Pitman Joseph F. 18 Lafayette, 


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Pitts W . A. 42 Mill, 


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Reynolds John, 42 Mill, 


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Tayte A. R. S. 11} Lafayette, 


44 


Verry Perley, 44 and 46 Mill, 


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Winslow & Rogers (children's), 82 Boston, *« j | 


Taylor Bros., Pleasant st. 


Amesbury, Salisbury 


Walker Hiram, Prospect st. 


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ColUns Waldo, 


East Sangus, Saugos 


Hitchings John W. 


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Oliver C. W. 


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Herrick Charles, 


Topsfield 


TiSfavour U. A. & Co. 


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Dnrgin James & Son, 


West Newbury 


Ruddock Thos. S. 


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Boot and Shoe Manufacturers' Supplies. 


Pinkham H. I. db Co. 94 Washingtoi 


1, Haverhill 


Beede Charles 0. 160 to 164 Union, 


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Holbrook F. H. 7 Washinjrton, 


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Houghton & Godfrey, 21 Exchange, 


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Trask W. H. 17 Willow, 


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Tyler T. W. & Son, 16^ Oxford and 68 Willow, ** 



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Boot and Shoe Patteros. 

Eureka Pattern Co., S. F. Preaoott, 8 Washington, 

Haverfam 
Pettengill D. A. 49 Washington, <' 

Tuxbury A. J. 77 Washington, " 

Weldon J. D, 83 Washin^n, " 

Cross D. K 200 Union, Ljnn 

Niles J. A. 124 Munroe, oor. Central sq. ** 
Nonrse J. H. 205 Union, '< 

Parrott George W. 216 Union, •* 
Sntherland I. G. 85 Mnnroe, •• 

Whitcomb H. W. 100 Munroe, «« 

Boot and Shoe Racks and Horses. 

Priest & Todd, 108 Oxford, Ljnn 

SUples H. Q. 46 Almont, «« 

Boot and Shoe Stains and Varnishes. 

Blanchard Charles, 81 Washington, HaTerhill 
Crocker Manaf. Co. 68 and 65 Oxford, Lynn 

Dwyer J. H. 50 Central ave. ** 

Fletcher N. B. & Co. 194 Union, «« 

Libbej & Estes, 17 Central ave. «< 

Lnmmas T. J., Union block. Union st. ** 

MITCHELL E. A. & CO. 98 Market (see adyt. p. 
448), 

Boot and Shoe Stiffenings Manufacturers. 

CLEGG & FISHER, south side Canal (see advt. 
p. 17), Lawrence 

Boot and Shoe Stamp Manufacturers. 

GAMMON GEO. A. 45 Munroe (see advt. p. 488), Lynn 
Gordon Hiram W. 15 Willow, ** 

Boney J. Byron, 114 Munroe, ^* 

Boot and Shoe Stays Manufacturers. 

Lancaster Henry P. 45 Munroe, Lynn 

Parker Bros, (kid), 21 Washington, '< 

Boot and Shoe Stitchers and Fitters. 

Hanson Philo C. Beverly 

PRESTON H. P., Holten st. (see advt p. 464), 

TapleyviUe, Danvers 
Allen B. B. 62 to 66 Wingate, Haverhill 

BARROWS BROS. 120 Washington, " 



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Boot and Shoe Stitchers and Fitters^ continued. 



Beattie Letitia Miss, 88 Washington, 
Benson Josie Miss, 63 Washington, 
Brown S, E. 81 Washington, 
Butler H. E. Mrs. 86 Washington, 
Como & Blanchette, 81 Washington, 
Davis Geo. 59 Wingate, 
Durkee G. D. B. 8 Washington, 
Emerson Jnlia, 28 Washington sq. 
Evens & Hicks, 148 Washington, 
Fenderson L. J. Mrs. 77 Washington, 
Femald J. A. & Co. 164 Merrimack, 
Fleming J. W. 54 Washington, 
Gray F. T. 49 Washington, 
Hall A. M. Mrs. 96 Washington, 
Hurley & McDonald, 109 Washington, 
Kimball E. L. 84 Washington, 
Lang John S. 55 Wingate, 
Leighton Susie, 59 Washington, 
Merrill 6. A. 86 Washington, 
Merrill Henry, 21 Essex, 
Miller Bros. 40 Wingate, 
Miller & Eastman, 150 Washington, 
Norton M. H. Mrs. 88 Washington, 
Osgood O. F., rear 66 Washington, 
Perham R. 24 Washington, 
Pinkham J. C. 78 and 75 Washington, 
Rhode D. C. 107 Washington, 
Sanborn Jennie P. Miss, 101 Washington, 
Sanderson Lila Miss, 98 Washington, 
Shackley W. C. Mrs. 28 Railroad sq. 
Shannon Lottie A. Miss, 
Sprague A. C. 47 Washington, 
Stewart E. M. 91 Washington, 
Tappan A. L. 49 Washington, 
Tilton Miss, 40 Washington, 
Toppen E. S. 81 Essex, 
Towle Chas. 88 Railroad sq. 
Waite Florence Mrs. 81 Washington, 
Whittier W. T.. 19 Washington, 
Adams G. S. 1 Adams, 
Aldworth E. A. 26 State, 
Ashton L. M. 22 State, 
Austin Gustavus, 227 Union, 
Bridgham A. M. 108 and 110 Broad, 
Brown F. A. 26 Washington, 
Ca^sedy Mary A., Central ave. 
CILLEY W. W. & CO. 7 Washington (see advt. 
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Clark G. W. Mrs. 13 Manroe, 

Grossman Samael F. 73 Willow, 

Cashing F. E. 242 Union, 

Davis Nathaniel, 13 Munroe, 

Dobaon S. O. 36 Oxford, 

Drew W. H. (men's goods), 30 Almont, 

Faweett Amos, 39 Malberry, 

Foss Frank, Oxford, oor. Central ave. 

Harold Hugh, 99 Monroe, 

HARVEY C. T. 13 State (see advt. p. 439), 

Jennings H. H., Oxford, cor. Washington, 

Jndkins db Campbell, 17 Exchange, 

Kent Nelson N. 126 Market, 

LEHAT KATIE MRS. 15 Willow (see advt p. 

436), 
Lehman Greo. 38 Washington, 
Leith H. L. 36 Oxford, 
Lewis Charles, 196 Union, 
Lord & Geny, 8 State, 
Mears H. C. 35 Mnnroe, 

Melzard W. (men's boots and shoes), 68 Central aye. 
Mernll M. S. 16 State, 
MOULTON & LANGWORTEEY, 114 Oxford (see 

advt. p. 437), 
Masso George W. Jr. 123 Oxford, 
Newhall^Geoi^e F. 22 SUte, 
NICHOLS & FIERCE, 61 Central aye. (see adyt. 

p. 439), 
PATCH E. A. MISS, 64 Munroe (see adyt. p. 439), 
Pearson L. P. 69 Washington, « 

Pendergast A. M. 137 Market, 
Reed S. 38 Washington, 
RUSSELL MARTHA J. MISS, 164 Market (see 

adyt p. 437) , 
Scribner B. & Co. 249 Union, 
SHUTE ABBIE J. 158 Market (see adyt p. 439) , 
Smith J. C. 34 Exchange, 
Sprague W. D. 7 Washington, 
St. Clair J. B. 156 Market, 
Steyens J. D. 44 Exchange, 
Thorne E. J. 114 Monroe, 
Tack John, rear 180 Broad, 
Wadleigh F. F. 182 Union, 
Wentworth M. L. Mrs. 16 State, 
Whipple Geo. W. 68 Washington, 
Woods A. M. 18 Spring, 
Beale N. L., Prince pi. 
Knight & Winder, Tracy pi. 
Shaw Edward E., Lynn st. 



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Boot and Shoe Stitchers and FitterSy continued. 
Gk>1dthwaite E. H. 16 j Lafayette, 
Heffernan E. A. Son, Lafayette at. 
Holt Elizabeth, 158 Washington, 
McEean L. D. Mrs. 6 Norman, 












Boot and Shoe Stock Manufacturers. 

(See aUo Boot and Shoe Heels ; aiao Inner Soles and 

Stiffenings,) 

Ghoate William F. jr., Railroad ave. Beverly 

Goodhne L. K. (heels), Railroad are. ^* 

Laroom R. E. (leather and straw board), Park, oor. 

Federal, " 

Trow John G. (soles and stiffenings). Railroad ave. ^^ 
Wood John jr. (heels and stiffenings) , 52 Rantoal, ^* 
Roberts W. F. Danvers 

LYNN MANUF. CO. (see advt p. 468), 

Danversport, " 
Archrbald F. & Co. (soles, taps, and stiffenings), 74 

Washi ngton, Haverhill 

Arnold C. W. 58 Washington, 
At wood S. L. 185^ Merrimack, 
Bartlett Bros, (soles, taps, etc.), rear 65 Washington, '* 
Bartlett & Nason (straw and leather board), 71 

Washington, 
Beardsley Warren (heels), rear 19 Essex, 
Bray Bros, (stiffenings, soles, and taps) , rear 74 

Washington, '* 

BRICKETT W. E. (heels), 12 Adams pi., rear First 

Nat'l Bank, 
Browning E. K. (stiffenings, inner soles and heels), 

rear 74 Washington, 
Bornham 6. A. & Co. (soles, taps, and stiffenings), 

rear 108 Washington, 
Batters & Bullock (soles and taps), rear 4 Washing- 
ton, 
Campbell J. C. (heels) , rear First National Bank, 
Carey W. W. (heels), rear 19 Essex, 
Carlton F. F. & Co. (soles, taps, and stiffenings), 

rear 98 Washington, 
Carroll E. J. (rands, heels, etc.), rear 200 Merri- 
mack, 
Croston & Proctor (heels, top lifts, etc.), rear 60 

Washington, 
Cheney F. P. & Son (heels and rands), 68 Wingate, <^ 
Chase T. M. (heels), rear 19 Essex, «< 

Clay H. M. & Co. (soles, taps, etc.), rear 22 Wash- 
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Connors B. F. (heels, etc,), rear 184 Merrimack, 

Haverhill 
Currier W. W. (leather board counters), 82 Wash- 
ington sq. *^ 
Dow E. C. (soles, taps, and stiffenings), 28 Wash- 
ington sq* '< 
Drew N. B., rear 100 Washington, «« 
Fitzgerald J. Sb Co. (heels and rands), rear 22 

Washington, <* 

Gilbert S. W. rear 160 Washington, '' 
Grace C. S. (heels, rands, and stiffenings), rear 

74 Washington, «« 

Hall H. A. 101 Washington, «« 

Hammons D. A., rear 53 Washington, *^ 
Harriman W. S. (soles, heels, and stiffenings), 

rear 118 Washington* << 

Haverhill Heel Co. (heels), rear 6 Washington, ** 
Haverhill Lining and Stay Co. (linings), G. L. 

Webster, agent, 44 Washington, '* 

Hayes J. 162 Washington, «« 

Hayes J. W. (soles), rear 60 and 62 Washington, *^ 
Jewett S. L. (soles and stiffenings), basement 62 

Wingate, ♦• 
Johnson Wm. H. (inner soles and stiffenings), rear 

108 Washington, «« 

Jordan W. £. & Co., basement 72 Wingate, ** 

Eendrick C. S., rear ISO Washington, ** 
Lenon J. J. & Co. (soles, taps, etc.), rear 66 

Washington, *' 
Libbey Thomas (taps and stifibnings), rear 116 

Washington, ^^ 

Meadowcroft J. £. (soles, etc.), *^ 

Mills John (soles, taps, etc.), rear 64 Washington, *^ 

Myles N. G. (heels, rands, etc.), 8 Myrtle, ^* 
Newton T. F. (soles, taps, and stiffenings), rear 

27 Washington sq- " 

Nolan M. (heels), rear 14 Washington, '^ 

Patch A. D. (soles), 180 Washington, <* 
Peaslee Frank D. (soles, heels, stiffenings), rear 

104 Merrimack, ** 

PettingiU B. S. P. (heels), rear 108 Washington, «< 

Proctor J. W., rear 42 Phoenix row, *' 

Bichards W. H. (soles), rear 44 Washington, <* 

Bicker F. L. (soles, taps, etc.), rear 20 Washington, *^ 

Bing John, West st. ** 

Sanders J. P. (soles), 140 Washmgton, «« 
Sargent E. B. (heels, rands, and stiffenings), rear 

106 Merrimack, ^^ 

Sargent & Holbrook (heels), 18 Adams pi. <' 



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Boot and Shoe Stock J^anufcuUurers^ continued. 
Shaw W. H. (heels, rands, and top lifts), rear 19 

Essex, Haverhill 

Smith George S. & Co. (straw and leather board), 

rear 88 and 40 Washington, 
Stone M. B. (soles, taps, and stiffenings) , basement 

86 and 88 Washington, 
Stuart B. N. A Co. (heels, rands, and top lifts), 9 

Potter pi. 
Stuart S. (soles), rear First National Bank, 
Sumner A. B. (soles), 72 Wingate, 
Sumner J. S. & Co. (soles, taps, and stiffenings), 

87 Washington, 
Thing J. R. (soles, taps, etc.) , 87 Washington, 
Thompson J. A., rear 58 Washington, 
Thompson W. W. (heels, rands, and top lifts), 

rear 27 Washington sq. 
Tobie S. A. (soles, taps, and stiffenings), rear 100 

Washington, 
Towne D. F. (heels, soles, etc.), rear 64 Washing^n, 
Twombly I. F. (heels) » rear 22 Washington, 
Wason L. S. (heels), rear 108 Washington, 
Webster G. W. &Son (soles, taps> and stiffenings), 

84 Washington, 
Young & Gowell (heels), rear 114 Washington, 
CLEGG & FISHER (leather board and stiffenings), 

south side Canal (see advt. p. 17), Lawrence 

Batchelder Geo. H. & Co. (soles and leather), 204 

Union, Lynn 

Batcheller George E. (soles and leather) , 205 Union, 
Bancroft W. H. (soles and leather), 61 Oxford, 
Beede Charles O. 160 to 162 Union, 



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Bojnton D. S. (soles and leather), 204 Union, 
Boynton & Cochey (remnants), 42 Exchange, 
Brown & Oliver (soles and leather), 15 Central sq. 
Bubier F. L. (soles and leather) , 288 Union, 
Burgess William (soles and scrap), 12 Washington, 
Connors S. S. (soles, taps, and stiffenings), 55 Munroe, '* 
Dickson W. S. (soles and leather), 8 and 7 Cen- 
tral aye. and 26 Willow, 
Dunbar, Hobart & Whidden (tacks, brads, and 

nails), 2 Mount Vernon, 
EARLE D. C. (leather remnants), 214 Union, 
Estes Charles E. (inner soles and stiffenings), 518 

Boston, 
Faulkner Wm. A. A Co. (soles and leather), 109 

Market, 
George W. W. (soles), 41 Exchange, 
George & Bros, (soles and leather), 81 Willow, 



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HaU & Bubier, (soles and leather), 45 to 5d Cen- 
tral sq. Lynn 

Hamlen A Sweeney (box toes), rear 22 Summer, 

Hardwood, Gloyd & Co. (soles, taps and stiffenings), 
186 Union, 

Hamden A Blanchard (pasted shoe stock), 5 to 7 
Spring, 

Haathaway C. L. A Son (cement), 262 Summer, 

HILL ALFRED C* (soles, leather and stiffenings), 
24 Washington (see advt. p. 440), 

Hill W. F. & Go. (leather board, eto.)« 45 Exchange, 



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Hilliard Frank (soles and leather), 48 Central ave. 
Hilliard R. E. (soles and leather), Central ave. 

cor. Oxford, 
Holbrook db Colby (trimmings), 45 Munroe, 
Hood, Johnson & Co. (soles and leather), 1 to 7 

Central ave. 
Houghton & Godfrey (cut soles and general sup- 
plies), 21 Exchange, 
Hubbard & Clark (inner soles, taps, and rands), 

200 nnk>n, 
Ingalls Williams Jr. (soles and leather), 190 

Union, 

Johnson H. F. & H. (soles and leather) , 221 Union, *' 
Johnson Peter (soles and leather), Exchange, cor. 

Spring, 
Langlois Joseph ds Co. (heels, taps, and rands), 

44 Almont, 
Lathrop & Bowen (soles and leather) , 89 Willow, 
Law John F. (inner soles), under 97 Market, 
Leavitt J. E. (leather board, etc.), 24 State, 
Lewis Albert (upper cutters) , 48 Exchange, 
Libbey C. H. & Co. (soles and leather), 213 Union, 
Libbey J. L. & Son (soles and leather), 159 Union, 
Lynn Heel Co. (sheet heelings, heels, and top lifts), 

15 Mount VemoD, 
Mansell Elbridge S. (leather remnants), 14 Wash- 
ington, 
Mclntyre C. (uppers of all kinds), rear 21 Munroe, 
I^ickerson J. (pasted inner soles, stiffenings, and 

heelings), 84 Exchange, 
Penny & Nourse (inner soles, taps, stiffenings, 

etc.), 11 J Spring, 
Fierce Levi R. 94 Oxford, 
Pierce & Ellis (soles and stiffenings), 89 Almont, 
Randell, Upham & Co. 88 Exchange, 
Richardson Geo. A. (box toes), 99 Munroe, 
Rollins E. 222 Union, 
Russell db Co. (stiffenings, etc.), 47 Oxford, 



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Boot and Shoe Stock Man^facturer»^ continued. 

Sargent & Leavitt (top liftings), 19 Spring, Lynn 

Simmons S. £. (shoe tacks and nails), 151 Broad, ^^ 

Skinner B. S. (inner soles, stiffenings, taps, etc.), ' 

124 Oxford, " 

Steele Joseph A. 151^ Broad, ^' 
Sutherland D. A. (imitation lacings, piping, etc.), 

50 Exchange, ^' 
Sutherland J. T. 4b Co. (heels and taps), 55 Monroe, '* 

Towns Q. A. (heels and rands), 8 to 12 Beach, <« 
T. W. Tyler Manuf. Co. (shoe manufs supplies), 

56 and 58 WiUow, '« 
Tyler T. W. & Son. (stiffenings, sole leather, tips, 

etc.), 61 J Oxford, " 

Wacey David (soles and leather), 196 Union, '^ 

Waldron William, 37 Munroe, ^< 
The Marblehead Shoe Trimming Co., B. Day, agent 

(top and side straps, button piece, etc.), Marblehead 
Adams Horace £. (inner soles and stiffenings), 17 

Inn, Newburyp<Mrt 

Chase Seth (soles, stiffenings, and heels), Traqr 

pi. " 
HILL BTRON L. (heels and rands), 174 Merrimao 

(seeadvt. p. 458), «« 

Smith W. B., Tracy pL, " 
Brett Patrick, Maple HIU, Peabody 
BROWN PETER (stiffenings), Tremont st. (see 

advt. p. 460), *• 

Butler Patrick (stiffenings), Northend st« ^* 
Buxton James (inner soles and stiffenings), Gxove 

St. " 

Cassidy Charles, 5 Sawyer, ^^ 

Lewis Geo. £. (heels), *^ 

Poor Joseph A. 22 Main, ^^ 

Sherry Michael, 16 Hancock, <^ 

Sherry Thomas, Winthrop st. *' 
Boynton S. A. (heels and rands), Rowley 

Burke T. C. (heels and rands), '^ 

Damon Bros, (inner soles, weltings, etc.), *^ 

Ellsworth M. (heels and rands), ^* 

Berry I. M. (soles and taps), 8 Dodge, Salem 
Buzzell Fred, (inner soles and stiffenings), rear 

16i Dodge, « 
DRISCOLL DANIEL (inner soles and stiffen- 
ings), rear 16| Lafayette (see advt. p. 425), ^^ 
Flint & Co. (upper stock), 288 Washington, << 
Marrin Peter, Putnam, cor. Hacker, ** 
Mulligan B. J. (inner soles and stiffenings), 
Green pi. " 



BOOT, ETO., 8T0CK MF8. — BOOT, ETO., TBIM'GS. 75 

Page Warren & Co* (inner soles and stiffenings), 8 

Dodge, Salem 

Powers John (inner soles and stifTenings), 7 High* 

l and ave. and 187 Washington, ** 

BOWELL EDWARD (heels, rands, stiffenings, 

inner soles, etc.), 194 and 196 Derby (see advt. 

p. 426), ♦* 

SIBLEY GEORGE (sole linings, etc,), 196 Derby 

(see adyt. p. 5), ** 

Weymonth J. E. & Co* (inner soles and stiffenings), 

rear 16^ Dodge, ** 

Boot and Shoe Stripers. 

Yeaton W. B. (slippers), rear 66 Washington, Haverhill 

Boot and Shoe Tack Manufacturers. 

Clark A Dow, 20 Granite, HayerhQl 
Dunbar, Hobart & Whidden, 2 Mt. Yemon, Lynn 

Farrar P. P. 80 State, ** 

Simmons S. E. 151 Broad, ^« 

Boot and Shoe Thread Dealers. 

White A Colbath, 74 Mnnroe, Lynn 

Boot and Shoe Tools Manufacturers. 

Nichols H. 21 Washington, HayerUll 

Bullock W. P. & Co. 46 Mnnroe, Lynn 

FUBBUSH J. W. (button hole machines, etc.) 9 22 

Washington (see advt. p. 438), ** 

GORDON DAVID S. 16 Willow (see adTt.p.44S), " 
Eelland George, 240 Union, *< 

PHILLIPS OSMUS (machine needles, awls, etc.), 

91 Mnnroe (see adTt. front cover), ** 

Roney J. Byron, 114 Munroe, ** 

Teel E. S. (edge irons), 257 Union, " 

Whitten & Lascell (machine needles, awls, etc.), 

26 State, *« 

Whitney Manuf. Co. 4 Dodge, Salem 

Boot and Shoe Trimmings, Bows, Rosettes, etc. 

Barnes George B. 62 Washington, Haverhill 

Dudley A. J. (hows, rosettes, etc.), 69 Washing- 
ton, " 
Fernald A. E. 68 Washington, *^ 
Flanders & Martin (bows, rosettes, etc.), rear 116 

and 118 Washington, << 

Phikham H. I. & Co. 94 Washington, '' 

Orr C. F. 181 Union, Lynn 
Smith db Quereaux, 61 Exchange, ** 



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Boot and Shoe Upper Cutters. 

Lewis Albert (eloth), 48 Exchange, Lynn 

Boot and Shoe Upper Patterns. 

TIMSON E. H. (brass, zinc, and iron) , 87 Central 
qq. (see advt. p. 486), Lynn 

Boot and Shoe Upper Stock Remnants. 

Abbott S. S. 8 Water, Harerhill 

Kennedy D. T., rear 114 Washington, «' 

EARLE D. C. 214 Union, Lynn 

Mansell Elbridge S. 14 Washington, '* 

The Marblehead Shoe Trimming Co., B. Day, agent, 
Water, cor. Front, Marblehead 

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Allen Frank D. 85 and 87 Rogers, 

CampbeU C. H. 158 Main, 

DAVIS GEORGE A., Main, cor. Porter (see 

advt. p. 448) , 
LANE & McLEAN, 21 Duncan (see advt. p. 448), «' 
Sullivan Bros. 85 Duncan, *^ 

DINSMORE A. S. 58 Essex (see advt. p. 456),HaverhiU 
Ham & Fisher, 58 Phoenix row, 
Kimball M. B. 9 Emerson, \ 

Smith O. A. 127 Merrimack, 
CURRAN & JOYCE, 58 Hampshire, Lawrence 

THE LAWRENCE AERATED WATER 

WORKS, 75 <& 77 Hampshire (see advt. p. 431), 
AMES C. E. 4 Elm, 
Atkins N. K. 12 Mulberry, 
Heald M. C. & Co. 10 and 12 Commercial, 
HEFFERNAN EDWARD (lager beer), 17 Wash- 

ington (see advt. p. 468), 
HOYT BROTHERS (lager beer and ale), 89 WaA- 

ington (see advt. p. 468), 
Kelliher Brothers, 555 Western ave. 
Burnham W. H., Tracy pi. 
Gorman Peter, 89 Merrimac, 
Hunt G. W. Hales ct. 
Magowan David, 2 Market sq. 
Ganey John (lager beer), 89 Mill, 
Moriarty M., Market sq., cor. Front, 
Williams S. C. 20 Derby sq. 
WINN S. B. & SON (ale, porter, cider, and lager 

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Bottle Washers. 

HOYT BROTHERS (lightning), 39 Washington 

(see advt. p. 468), Lynn 

Bowling Alleys. 

Parker Joseph W. 24 Franklin, Lawrence 

Doyle George E. 119 Oxford, L>nn 

Hennesey James, 48 Market sq. ** 

Box Machinery Manufacturers. 

Carsley Hiram, agent, 253 Summer, Lynn 

THE NEW ENGLAND BOX CO. 64 Munroe 
(seeadYt. p. 442), «< 

Box Makers. 

(See also Paper Boxes.) 

Hardy & Cole, Essex st. Andover 

Frost G. W. & Co., Federal st. Beverly 

Woodman Bros. & Boss, Danversport, Danyers 

Carter M . F. (wood ) , Georgetown 

Griffin Bennett & Son, 33 Main, Gloucester 

Merchant Lewis H., Cleaveland, cor. Willow, ** 

Cobb M. E. 19 Washington, Haverhill 

Currier O. S. (paper), rear First National Bank, ^« 
Green J. H. B. (wood). Fleet st. «« 

Howe M. A. Mrs. 26 Washington sq. << 

Hoyt G. H. <& Son, 25 Washington sq. <' 

Canney S. F. (wood), Ipswich 

LAWRENCE LUMBER CO., Luther Ladd, agent 

(packing), Essex Yard, Lowell and Haverhill 

sts. (see advt. p. 429), Lawrence 

Allen & Boyden (paper), 188 Broad, Lynn 

Buffum J. N. & Co. (wood and paper), rear 182 

and 184 Broad, «« 

Crosman G A. & Co. (paper), 55 Washington, " 

GUILFORD S. A. (packing), Commercial wharf, " 
THE NEW ENGLAND BOX CO. 64 Munroe 

(see advt. p. 442), ^( 

Thomas Brothers (packing), 27 and 31 Washington, ^* 
Crosman, Metcalf & Co. (paper and packing), 

Marblehead 
Roberts Otis W. (paper and packing), 4 Linden, " 
Thomas J. B. & Co. (packing), Middleton 

Gurney O. J. (paper), 6 Congress, Newburyport 

Copp A. W. (packing), rear Carpenter st. Salem 

GRANT JOHN W. (paper), 6 Central, (see advt. 

p. 419), 
Kinsman S. A. & Co. (packing), rear Carpenter st '^ 



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Box Makers^ contintied, 
Adams Isaac W. 
Carr Enoch D. 
Noyes Frank W. (paper), 
Smith Leonard W. (paper), 

Box Printers. 

Griffin, Bennett & Son, 88 Main, 
Merchant L. H., Cleaveland, cor. Willow, 

Brackets. 

{See Sawing and Ftaning MiUs,) 

Bracket Manufacturers. 

BRIGGS & ALLTN MANUP. CO. 600 Essex, Lawrence 

McCarthy E. a., Essex Yard, 

WIGHT H. A., Sargent's Mill, Railroad st. (see 

advt. p. 429), 
MARSHALL J. O. & SON, rear 158 Broad (see 

advt. p. 435), Lynn 

OLIVER WILLIAM, 50 Almont (see advt. p. 434), " 



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Kimball John E., rear Carpenter st. 

Braid Manufacturers. 

Merrimac Braid Mills, 269 Methuen, 
Wright Manufactaring Co., South Side Canal, 

Brass Finishers. 

New England Gauge Co., Inman st. 

Watts Joseph E. 251 Lowell, 

LITTLE GEO. H., Foster st (see advt. front 

colored), Peabody 

BATES & BRIGHAM, 9 Front (see advt. opp. p. 

2) , Salem 

SMITH & SMART, 18 Lafayette (see advt. p. 13), '« 

Brass Founders. 

Bjrou) James, 285 Methuen, Lawrence 

DeROCHMONT C. H. 210 Merrimac, Newbuiyport 

SMITH & SMART, 18 Lafayette (see advt. p. 13), Salem 
Thayer E. S., Dodge st. «« 

Waters A. S. jr. 7 Franklin, « 

Brass and Die Work. 

BATES <& BRIGHAM, 9 Front (see advt. front 

colored) , Salem 

Bread Stores. 

Cole C. W., Merrimac st. Newburyport 

Pearson Harris, 18 Lime, 
Tibbetts W. N. 3 Merrimac, 









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Brewers. 

DAVIS GEORGE A. (small beer), Main, oor. Por- 
ter (see advt. p. 448), Gloaoester 
LANE & MoLEAN (small beer), 21 Duncan (see 

advt. p. 448), " 

Hall C. E. (bop beer), 115 Essex, Haverbill 

Smith O. A. 127 Merrimack, '« 

Albion Brewing Co. 345 Hampshire, Lawrence 

Stanley & Co. 102 Oxford, '^ 

Moriarty M. & Co. (small beer), Maricet sq., oor. 

Front, Salem 

NAUMKEAG BREWING CO., J. W. G<»e, prop. 

(ale), 60 Union (see advt. opp. p. 2), 
WINN S. B. & SON (smaU beer), 191 Washing- 
ton (see advt. p. 425), 



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HILL & WRIGHT, 24 Cedar (see advt. front col- 
ored), 

Brick Makers and Dealers. 

Patten R. W. 

Barker Lorenzo, Rantoul st. 

Bell John, 

Carr Edward, Conant st. 

Gray S. F. 

Trask Samael, 

Danversport Brick Co. 

Day Greorge H. 

Gallivan Patrick,. 

Tilton J. C. 

Brown Charles E. 

Blakeley Charles & Sons, Blakeley st 

Newhall William M. 486 Western ave. 

Stocker Frederick, Holyoke st. 

Smith David, Newburyport 

Trask Samuel, Walnut st., office 4 Andrew, Peabody 

Carrier George, Amesbury, Salisbury 

Stocker Frederick, East Saugus, Saugus 

Bridge Builders. 

Deering Isaac W. 14 Liberty, Gloucester 

Ross & Lord, Ipswich 

McDonald & O'Briea (iron), Peabody, cor. Ward, Salem 

Brokers. 

COLLIER PERRY (insurance). Pleasant st. (see 
advt. p. 419), Beverly 



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Lawrence 

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Brokers^ continued. 

Bishop T. Bri^ham, 189 Main, Gloucester 

fiames J. M. (stock and real estate), 189 Main, *^ 

Plummer Geo. W. (ship), 47 Middle, " 

City Loan Office, F. E. Davis, prop. 1 Conrt, Haverhill 

Green M. H. (pawn), 135 Merrimack, *^ 

Lamprey Wm. B. (money to loan) , 30 Washington sq. ^^ 

Tyler H. P. 102 Merrimack, 

Bell Wesley K. 

Glidden J. D. (pawn), 8 Pemberton, 

Merrill & Heald, 253 Essex, 

Shepard L. H. D. (loan), 537 Essex, 

Abbott M. H. (real estate), 3 Exchange, 

Chandler W. G. (pawn), 8 Andrews, 

Hatch C. B. (pawn), 83 Oxford, 

Lowe J. (pawn), 96 Central aye. 

Lynn Loan Co. (loan), 104 Oxford, 

Mosessohm M. 50 Munroe, 

Mudge Frank N. (stock), 208 Union, 

Silsbee & Stevens, 158 Union, 

Thompson Waldo (real estate and insnrance), 6 
Ocean, 

WELCH J. P. & CO. (real estate), room 2, Saga- 
more bnilding (see advt. fh>nt cover), 

Dodge Richard S. & Co. 37 State, Newbaryport 

Archer A. J. (stock), 252 Essex, Salem 

COLLIER PERRY (insurance), 243^ Essex (see 
advt. p. 419), 

Hurley John F. (pawn), 160 Washington, 

Kendall William H. (stock, real estate, and insur- 
surance), 139 Washington, 

Odell Charles (stock and insurance), 85 Washing- 
ton, 

Peirce N. (stock and loan office), 114 Washington, 



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Bronze Goods. 

SHAW X. H. & SON, 283 Essex (see advt. front 
colored), 

Broom Manufacturers. 

Collins Bros. 21 Broadway, 
Page E. Frank, 298 Methuen, 

Brush Manufacturers. 

Collins Bros. 21 Broadway, 
Page £. Frank, 298 Methuen, 
Stafford John H. 578 Essex, 
Howard Brush Co., Merrimac st. 



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I BRUSHED, BTO., GOLOBS. — BUILDINO H0YEB8. ST 

Brushed and Burnishing Colors. 

Crocker Manof. Co. 63 and 65 Oxford, Lynn 

Buffalo Raw Hide Baskets. 

BARLOW JOHN W., Spicket liiU, 83 HoUy (see 
adyt. p. 428), Lawrence 

Buffing Machine Manufacturers. 

Nanmkeag Buffing Machine Association, 4 Dodge, Salem 

Builders' Rnisti Manufacturers. 

Hawes & Jenks, 110 and 112 River, 
Jackman S. E. rear 1 Washington, 
BRIGGS & ALLYN MANDF. CO. 600 Essex, Lawrence 
McCarthy E. a., Essex Yard, " 

WIGHT H. A., Sargent's Mill, Railroad st. (see 
advt. p. 429), " 

Builders' Hardware. 

HANSCOM BROS. 30 Main (see advt. p. 453), 

Havertiill 
Nonrse D. E. & Son, 136 Union, 
Buffam Charles M. 222 Essex, 
Hale Henry & Co. 225 Essex, 
Richardson & Waters, 215 Essex, 



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Builders' Materials. 

{See also Lime and Cement.) 

Barker Lorenzo, Rantoal st. Beverly 

HANSCOM BROS. 30 Main (see advt. p. 453), 

Haverhill 
Hoyt db Taylor (marble and 'slate mantels), 152 

Merrimack, *' 

Breed S. N. & Co. 122 Broad, Lynn 

Hutchinson W. Henry, 49 and 51 Mnnroe, ^^ 

Building Movers. 

Parsons J. S. 

Gordon P. A. 

Wilson G. H. 366 Broadway, 

Lewis Sylvester, 34 Myrtle, 

Lowe James W. 18 Commercial, 

Blaisdell J. L. Merrimacport, Merrimac 

EDWARDS JESSE B. 64 Bridge (see advt. p. 17), 

Salem 

Gorman Thomas, 163 Derby, '^ 

Holman Lyman, 175 Boston, 

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Burglar Alarms. 




SISSON ALBEBT H. 59 Central ave. (see i 


idvt. p. 


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Business College. 


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CANNON G. C, Essex, cor. Broadway, 


Lawrence 


Butchers. 




(See also FrowtUm Dealers.) 




Sheldon Chas. A. North Beverly, Beverly 1 1 


Cleaveland Wm. P. 


Bozford 


DoUoff A. Thurston, 


Bradford 


Pearsons B. L. 


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Danvers 


Peabody Wm. M. 


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Woodbury T., School st. 


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Knowlton Herbert A. 


Essex 


Low Caleb, 


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Demeritt M. L. 


Georgetown 


Poor P. 


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Barker A. S. 


Groveland 


Crombie & Kimball, 


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Hamilton 


Dane Ephraim A. 


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Dane George £. F. 


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Stone D. D. 


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Laohelle John, 85 Broadway, 


Haverhill 


Stover M. L. 14 Emerson, 


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Roessler Gnstav, 44 Centre, 


Lawrence 


Currier Charles W., foot of South Elm, 


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O'Brien James, Walnut, near ^augus line, 


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Lynnfield 


Titcomb Geo. A. 


Mernmac 


Hayward Jesse F. 


Middleton 


Peabody A. W. 


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Newbury 


Ames J. N., Andover st. 


Peabody 


Cook James A. 72 W ashington 


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Emerson Robert R. 121 Lowell, 


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Trask James E., Newhall Crossing, 

Wilkins J. W., Lowell st. 

Bray H. P. 

Carrier Greo. W. 

Adams Greo. W. 

Titoomb C. R. & Co. 

Stover C. M., Market sq. 

Putney S. 

Goold WOUam P. 

Hnssey Eugene C. 

Woodbury Isaac M. 

Patch Charles W. 

Patch Geo. W. 

Perkins Frank E. 

Perkins Fred F. 

Wyatt Edward E. 

Adams Isaac W. 

Carr E. D. 



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Amesbury, Salisbury 

East Sangus, Saugus 

Topsfield 

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Button Fasteners Manufacturers. 

Standard Button Fastening Co. 116 Munroe, Lynn 

Button Hole Cutters and Speed Indicators. 

GALLAGHER MANUF. CO. 18 State (see advt. 
opp. p. 4), 

Button Hole Machine Manufacturers. 

FURBUSH J. W. 22 Washington (see advt. p. 
488), 

Button Hole Machine Repairers. 

HART THOMAS F. 45 Munroe (see advt. p. 488), Lynn 

Button Hole Makers (Machine). 

Jordan N. H. H. Beverly 

Femald Oliver N. Danvers 

STRA.W W. S., Putnam st. (see advt. p. 465), ** 

PRESTON H. P., Holten st. (see advt. p. 464) , 

Tapleyville, 
Adams J. W. 49 Washington, 
Allen E. L. 40 Wingate, 
Crockett & Durkee, 8 Washington, 
Bartlett & Millan, Oxford, cor. Washington, 
BEALE BROTHERS, 67 Oxford, 
Brown F. A. 26 Washington, 
CILLEY W. W. <Sb CO. 7 Washington (see advt. 

p. 487,) 
Crosman Samuel F. 73 Willow. 



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Button Hole Makers (Machine) ^ continued, 
CROSS F. W. 74 Munroe (aee advt. p. 438) , 
Eldridge M. E. 137 Market, 
Femald Oliver N. 8 Summer, 
Fobs Frank, Oxford, cor. Central aye. 
HARVEY CHARLES T. 18 State (see advt. p. 

439), 
Jennings H. H., Oxford, cor. Washington, 
MANSELL S. M. Mrs. 22 State, 
MOULTON C. F. & CO. 35 Exchange (see advt. p. 

487), 
MOULTON & LANGWORTHY, 114 Oxford (see 

advt. p. 437), 
Musso George W. jr. 128 Oxford, 
PATCH E. A. MISS, 64 Munroe (see advt. p. 

439), 
Piper J. W. 19 Washington, 
Reese Button Hole Machine Co. 200 Union, 
RUSSELL MARTHA J. MISS, 164 Market (see 

advt. p. 487), 
SHUTE BENJAMIN A. 158 Market (see advt. p. 

439), 
St. Clair J. B. 156 Market, 



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HART THOMAS F. 45 Munroe (see advt. p. 438) , Lynn 

Cabbage Plants. 

WOODMAN E. & C, Holtenst. (see advt. p. 2), 

TapIeyviUe, Danvers 

Cabinet Makers. 

(See also Furniture Manufacturers.) 

Foss L. C, Washington st. Beverly 

Harris John F., Bow st. ^^ 

Noyes H. P. 4 Central, Georgetown 

MANNING E. C, Mechanics' ct (see advt. p. 

454) , Haverhill 

CLARKE PHILLIP E., Sntnmer st. (see advt. p. 

469) , Ipswich 

Barnard H. F. 851 Essex, Lawrence 

Batterfield A. J. 264 Essex, 
HUTCHINS E. N. <& Co., Essex Yard (see advt. 

p. 428), 
Kidder F. T. 379 Broadway, 
Nowell & Sanborn, 91 Franklin, 
Smith John N., Sargent's Mill, Railroad st. 



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Manchester 

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Rust & Marshall, 

Wheaton Wm. E. 

Wilson Joseph T. 

Cook Frank B. 25 Liberty, 

Cook John A. 44 Merrimac, 

Rolfe E., City wharf, 

BECKETT BENJAMIN Jr., Railroad ave. (see 

ad vt. p. 459), Peabody 

Ayers John W., rear 8 Lafayette, Salem 

HAMOND WILLIAM 6. 149 Derby (see advt. 

p. 421), 
LOUGEE J. L. 259 and 261 Essex (see advt. p. 

424), 
Very Nathaniel, 274 Essex, «« 



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Calkers and Gravers. 



Gaffney Michael, Wharf st. 

Nichols & Wolfe, Parkhurst's wharf, 

Parsons D. & Co., Wharf St., Rocky Neck, 

East Gloucester 



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Delano Otis, 831 Merrimac, 
Abbott William T. 
Bamham Newell, 
Hodgkins Henry, 
Barker Henry M., Becket st. 
Bowditch Daniel, 6 Hardy, 
Friable A. J. 12 White, 



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Merrimac 



Cane Work. 

WHTTTIER GEO. W. (see advt. p. 447), 

Canned Goods Manufacturer. 

WEBSTER FRED L., Maple st. (see advt. back 
coyer) , Danvers 

Capstans Manufacturers. 

RUSSELL ALBERT & SONS, 103 Merrimac (see 
advt. front colored), Newbaryport 

Card and Card Clothing Manufacturers. 

Robinson D. F. 170 Broadway, Lawrence 

Stedroan & Fuller Manaf. Co. 28 and 25 Broadway, '^ 
DAVIS & FURBER MACHINE CO. (see advt. p. 
467), North Andover Depot, North Andover 



Bailey John N. 
Brann Frank, 



Carpenters and Builders. 



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DIREGTORY. 




CarpefUera and BuUders^ continued. 




Flanders & Lane, 


Amesbnry | 


Foot Hiram, 






Smith Dennis, Pond st. 






Smith & Maney, Friend at. 






Todd J. L. 






Babb £. 


Salisbury, 




Plunket J. W. 


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Tme Ezekiel, 


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Abbott & Jenkins, Essex st. 


Andover 


Cole George S., Maple ave. 






Cummings Brainard, Park st. 






Hardy & Cole, Essex st. 






Richardson A. C, Maple aye. 






Russell Moody, Summer st. 






Stevens C. 0. , Maple ave. 






Wilson Horace, School st. 






Barker Lorenzo, Rantoul st. 


Beverly 


Brower Jacob, 






Coffin & Rankin, 






Cregg J. W., Rantoul st. 






Croscnp William H. 






Foster Jeremiah jr.. Hale, oor. 


Chapman, 




Morgan John E., Lovett st. 






OberL & E. H. 






Picket George U., Cabot st. 






Southwick db Dewey, 






Wallace & Allen, 






Wallis Daniel and George Butman, 




Hardy & Day, 


Beverly Farms, 




Danforth E. F. 


North Beverly, 




Ayers S. Frank, 


Boxford 


Peabody Elisha B. 




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Towne Albert H. 




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West Boxford, 


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Brown John F. 


Bradford | 


Page J. A. 




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Abbott R. H., School st. 


Danvers || 


Berry Allen A., Franklin st 






Berry Isaac, 






Couch Francis A. 






Jenness L. W . 






Pickard Henry A. 






Putnam N. T. 






Hart Rufus, 


Danvers Centre, 




Eveleth Francis, 


Danversport, 




Merrill George B. 


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CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS. 


87 


Perkins Proctor P. 


Essex 


Proctor Joseph jr. 




44 


Story Greorge 1^. 




44 


MesseDger James E., Main St. 


Georgetown | 


Mnrley William, 




44 


Noyes C. 0. 




44 


Pingree John W . 




44 


Poor George B. 




44 


Bumham S. A., Commercial court, 


Gloucester | 


Center A. J. 97 Washington, 






Dow Charles H. 18 Mansfield, 






Garland Orlando, 11 Pierce, 






HARTY MICHAEL, rear 80 Friend (see advt. p. 




447), 






Hartz Edward, 816 Main, 






Hodgkins N. D. 


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HODGKINS WM. 8d, 61 Rogers, 






Honnors John P. 54 Prospect, 






T^ne Fritz, 






Mackie John, Parsons st. 






Maddix Bros. 






MILLER FRAI^K, 8 Locust (see 


advt. p. 447), 




Norwood C. F. 40 Commercial, 


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Rogers Charles, Prospect court, 






Severance Frank G. 






Watson Daniel S., Duncan st 






Winchester Wm. M., Rogers st» 






Davis Otis, 


East Gloucester, 




Sargent U. 


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W heeler James, 


Annisquam, 




Griffin 0. D. 


Lanesville, 




Crispin A. H. 


Magnolia, 




Day John W. 


West Gloucester, 




White Jeremiah, 


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George E. H. 


Groveland 


Hardy C. N. 






Hardy Lawrence, 






Knox Eli, 






Knox H. E. 






Merrill B. E. 






Nicholl E. P. 






Porter Benjamin, 


Hamilton | 


Towle Addison, 




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Towle E. M. 




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Calderwood H. M. 29 Orchard, 


Haverhill 


Came Frank C. 1 Gale's court. 




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Cook Joseph D., West st. 




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Cook T. R., rear 106 Merrimack, 




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Carpenters and BuilderSy continued, 
Doane H. J., rear 206 Merrimack, Haverhill 

Francis J. T. 17 Merrimack, " 

Gage £. R. 8 Stage, '' 

Huse Timothy, 9 Henry, " 

Jackson S. C, rear 184 Merrimack, '' 

Eellan Lewis, Pleasant st. ^' 

Leavitt Geo. E. 19 and 21 Stage, '^ 

Leavitt & Tayior, 46 Fleet, " 

Littlefield C. H., Stage st. «< 
Littlefield Thomas L., Mechanics' ooorty 
Longley CM., rear 190 Merrimack, 
Mighill Thomas, 2 j Pleasant, 
MILLER J. A. 18 West (see advt. p. 453), 

Morris A. G., Granite st. *^ 

Nourse F. W. 19 Cedar, " 

Osgood George A. 85 Arlington, ^^ 

Potter db Harris, Sixth st. ^^ 

Quimhy E. R., River st. «' 
RICHARDSON J. H. & CO., rear 190 Merrimack, " 

Sbapleigh Charles, 12 Grand, '< 

Smith & Wilder, rear 206 Merrimack, ^' 

Snow J. N., rear 102 Merrimack, *^ 
Taylor J. H., rear 58 Water, 
Taylor Levi 2d. 2 Warren, 

Wentworth B. F. 19 Stage, " 

Wentworth E. C, North Parish, " 

Williaips E. C, rear 160 Washington, «' 

Wilson W. 70 Franklin, " 
Choate Edward, Ipswich 

Hovey Frank, ** 

Russell Foster jr. " 

Smith Chas. E. «« 

Smith Geo. P. " 

Smith W. H. " 

Stone Robert, " 
Couch Henry J., Essex Yard, Lawrence 

Curnew John S. , Sargent's Mill, Railroad st. *' 

Currier Aaron A. 14 Vine, " 

EUingwood John N. 186 West, '' 

Flanders B. K., Andover st. '' 

Flanders Freeman, 44 Morton, ^' 
HUTCHINS E. N. & CO., Essex Yard (see advt. 

p. 428), " 

Hyde George, 20 Margin, " 
Keilhan C. H. E., Sargent's Mill, Railroad St., Broad- 
way, 

Kimball G. F. 27 Newbury, . " 

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Mc<!)artne^ Wm. J., South Lawrence, 
McDoffee Jacob, Essex Yard, 
Merriam J. F., rear 99 Essex, 
MolBtencroft H., rear 11 Lawrence, 
Morrison L. 81 Essex, 
Nesbitt Thomas W. 4 Mill, 
Nowell & Sanborn, 91 Franklin, 
Severance J. H., Essex, cor. Margin, 
Winkley Alonzo, Essex Yard, 
Withington John H. 9 WiUoughby, 
ALEXANDER A. H. & CO. 82 Willow (see 

p. 484), 
ALEXANDER L. M. 82 Willow (see advt. 
Allen Walter B., Edward's oonrt, 
BLANCHARD C. G. 27 Beach (see adyt. p. 
Breed Charles O., foot of Commercial, 
Breed Joseph 2d & Sons, 41 Beach, 
Brierly Joseph, 212 Essex, 
Campbell Thomas, 29 Beach, 
Dean L. N. 25 Beach, 
Elder E. E. 54 Almont, 
Forsyth William, foot of Commercial st. 
Gaffuey T. F. 71 Central ave. 
Gilmour & Shipley, 27 Beach, 
Green Thomas, 235 Union, 
Haskell <& Hilton, 
Hatch & Femald, rear 158 Breed, 
HAY ALLAN (ship) , Nahant road, foot of Beach 

(seeadvt. p. 436), 
Hibbard Orrin, 27 Beach, 
Hill James, 69 Fayette, 
Hoyter & Elder, 
Hannewell T. H.. Marion st. 
Hnssey S. B., Curve st. 
Hyde Edwin F. 
KelJey F. G., Essex st. 
Kerins Thomas P. 14 North Federal, 
Kinnison J. B. 9 Spring, 
Lawrence A. 83^ Baffam. 
Logic William, 
Lord Jodcph, Sheridan st. 
Mace A. J., Curve st. 
Norris B. T. 17 Curve, 
Pease Edward, 89 Blossom, 
Priest, Brewer & Stone, 108 Oxford, 
Seavey James F. 6 Alice, 
Smith T. G., loot of Pleasant st. 
Smith W. W. 102 Oxford, 
Sonthworth Alden, 29 Beach, 



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Staples H. Q. 48 Almont, 
Todd C. A.f Breed's coart, 
Vickery Edward, rear 181 Broad, 
Wadleigh F. 
Webster J. H. 

Weeks Joseph W. 11 Cbestnat, 
Wentworth Fraok M. 204 Chatham, 
Wilson Charles, rear 181 Broad, 
Bancroft Charles H. Lynnfield Centre, Lynnfield 

Churchill Frederick, Manchester 

Phillips & Kilham« «' 

Bowden Thomas J. & Son, Marblehead 

Broughton John G. ^< 

Hathaway Benjamin G. <^ 

Johnson John O. *« 

Lindsey Joseph W. ** 

Martin John S., Gregory st. " 

Martin Samael G. ^* 

Meservey Samael S. *^ 

Ramsdell Samael S. «« 

Roscoe Albert, *' 

Wheelock Edgar, ** 

Gibbs M. S. Merrimao 



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Heath Brothers, 

Libbey J. C. 

Scott A. J. 

Tenney J. E. 

Whittier James, 

Cobb M. G. & Son, Lawrence st. 

Fales Albert, Pelham st. 

Towns Jesse A., High st. 

Gates Isaac B. 

Phelps W. A. & H. D. 

Perkins George U. 

Perkins & Gould, 

Wilson Joseph T. 

Roger John, 

Witham Samuel, 

Adams Giles. Newburyport 

ADAMS RUFUS, 37 High (see advt. p. 459), " 

Bailey John E. 6 Green, 

Brown Charles, Liberty st. 

Colhurn E. F., Winter st 

Cooke Charles W. 87 Water, *« 

Currier C. E. 71 Water, «* 

Currier L. S. 149 Water, " 

|Dockham John H. 27 Broad, " 

iDodge Wm. S., Ferry wharf, *« 



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0ARFBNTBB8 AND BUILDEBS. 91 

Felch D. M. 15 Liberty, Newbaryport 

Gerrish & Goodwin^ Brown's wharf, ^* 

Green George L. 15 Inn, *' 

Hale Charles H. 6 Allen, '' 

HATCH L. M. <Sb SONS, Bartlett st. (see advt. p. 

459), •* 

Lamphrey Eli, 36 Merrimac, Brown's wharf, ** 

Leach Hiram, 7 Broad, " 

Marston Geo. W. 5 Oakland, *' 

Moynlhan C. 2 Mechanics' court, ** 

Noyes G. 70 Broomfield, " 

Nutter John, 87 Water, " 

Page Henry & Son, Bridge road, ** 

Seeley Porter, •* 

Smart Harrison, High st. ** 

Smith Charles H. 77 Water, «' 

Rea John H. North Andover 
Brierly James, North Andover Depot, *' 
DAW BROS., Second st. (see adyt. p. 480), 

North Andover Depot, " 

Rea A. G. " " 

Balcom Edwia B., Walnut st. Peabody 
BECKETT BENJ. Jb., Railroad ave. (see advt. 

p. 459), *< 

Beckett Clarence L. 117 Lowell, '^ 

Beckett Joseph, Sewall st. ^< 

Chute Isaiah, rear 124 Main, *^ 

CLARE MAYHEW S., Wallis, cor. Walnut (see 

advt. p. 463), ** 

Folsom Charles G. 72 Central, <« 

Gidding Edward, Walnut st. <« 

Lummus A. 112 Main, ** 

Pierce Calvin, Nichols lane, ** 

Pingree Wm. F. 71 Washington, " 

Spaulding Levi, 56 Holten, ^' 

Wingate J. R., Central st. '' 

Choate Albert B. Rockport 

ChoateJohnN. '' 

Hooper John & Son, ^^ 

Enowlton Daniel, *« 

Savage Jesse, Beach st. ^' 

Babson Isaac N. Pigeon Cove, ^' 

Hale Chas. T. " « 

Bailey Edward, Rowley 

Bailey Frederick, <' 

Jewett Mark, <' 

Rundlett Oliver A. " 

Balcomb Henry W. 31 Liberty, Salem 

Barker & McEeoug, 147 Derby, ^^ 



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Carpenters and BuUders^ continiied. 
Bell John H., rear 7 North, Salem 

Blake A. S. 14 Broad, " 

Brown Geo. A. 60 Central, ** 

Brown James M. 88 Williams, ^' 

Brown Joshua (ship) , East Gardner st. " 
BROWN THEODORE, 50 Central (see advt. p. 

421), 

Clark Geo. C. 248 Bridge, " 

Coffey James, 167 Derby, " 

Easson W. H. 60 Grove, " 

Eaton Wm. B., rear 16 Lemon, ** 

Edwards John, 88 Godney, *^ 

Elwell C. B. 37 Lafayette, " 

Fanning James, 16 Becket, '* 

Farrin J. F. 68 Grove, ** 

Frisbee Andrew J. (ship), 12 Wnite, ** 

Fuller Enoch P. 1 OJ Beckford, " 

Goldwaith Aaron, 29 Liberty, " 
HAMILTON & BALCOMB, 16 Lafayette (see 

advt. p. 420) ** 
HAMOND WILLIAM G. 149 Derby (see advt. p. 

421),, " 

HARRIS D. M. 88 North (see advt. p. 420), '' 

Hutchins Augustus, 77 North, *^ 

Hutchinson George C. 80 Turner, " 

Jewett Daniel H. 27 Central, " 

Kimball Augustus H., rear 280 Washington, ^^ 

Locke Milton P. 65 North, " 

Lord Charles L. & Co. 68 North, " 

Loi d John B. 55 North, " 

Lord <& Reed, 9 Forrester, " 

McGee Dennis J. 157 Derby, " 

Mclntire Edward F. 79 North, " 
MORSE & POLLOCK, 215 Washington (see advt. 

p. 421), «* 

Moulton & Gardner, 82 Norman, <* 

Ober Andrew, 16 Mill, " 

Perkins E. B. 24 Lagrsnge, ** 

Rogers W. H. 87 Brown, «« 

Smith A. A. 82 Endioott, «* 

Steele Charles W. rear 69 North, " 

Stiles Dean, 16 Endicott, «« 

Stone Isaac, 80 North, « 

Symonds G. H. 62 North, " 

Treadwell Charles T. 13 Gardner, « 

Upton George L. 5 Walnut, «< 

Wardwell John S. jr. 12^ Mount Vernon, " 

Wason Lyman P. 58 Boston, «< 



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OABPBT DEALEBS. 93 


Woodbury Ezra, 168 Bridge, 


Salem 


Woodbaiy G. P. & Co., rear 88 Howard, ** 


YOUNG THOMAS F. 65 North (see advt. p. 421), *« 


Brewster John, Elm st. 


Amesbuiy, Salisbury 


Cnfrier <& Alexander, 


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Godsoe BeDJamin, 


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TODD A. W . & Ck>. Rim st. 


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Amesbury, " 


Moody Gardner S. & Son, 


East Salisbury, «« 


Paul Wesley, 


East Sangus, Saugua 


Philbrok S. 


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Andrews Isaac H. 


Swampscott 


Chapman John, 


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Coffin Z. C. 


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Delano Gilbert, 


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Emmons Ivory, 


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Gardner Peleg, 


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Curtis Francis, 


Topsfield 


Potter J. H. 


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Welch William, 


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Willey Daniel, 


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Conant John P. 


Wenham 


Dodge Timothy P. 


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Elliott Charles F. 


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Morgan W illiam B. 


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Poiter Isaac, 


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Porter William E. 


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Wilkins Charles A. 


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Noyes Samuel C. 


West Newbury 


Poor Isaac, 


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Sterens Lorenzo D. 


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Stevens George N* 


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Watson Joseph, 


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Carpet Cleaners. 


Stevens Henry H. 78 North, 


Salem 


Scribner E. L. Elm st. 


Amesbury, Salisbury 


Carpet Dealers. 


(See also Dry Goods ^ 


; also Furniture.) 


Morse J. L., Masonic block, 


Beverly 


Porter J. F., Maple st. 


Danvers 


Patillo A. 122 Main, 


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Carpet Dealers^ continued. 
Brooks Brothers, 20 and 22 Merrimack, 
Davis F. E. 1 Court, 
Jacobs B. H. 40 Merrimack, 
Jacobs F. W. & Sons, 87 and 89 Merrimack, 
Rhodes C. N. 54 Merrimack, 
Tacker F. E. 182 and 184 Merrimack, 
Pedrick ^ Glosson, 861 Essex, 
Steams A. W. & Co. 809 and 811 Essex, 
Sweeney Patrick, 222 Essex, 
Truell Byron & Co. 249 Essex, 
Clifford & Webber, 74 Market, 
Gifford W. B. & Co. 77 and 79 Market, 
Goldsmith W. F. & Co. 128 Union, 
Gordon E. H. 71 Market, 
Thayer Samuel R. 
Tucker Thomas W. 
Pearson & Page, Osgood at. 
Balch J. H. 87 Pleasant, 
Sweetser E. S. 11 Liberty, 
ALMY, BIGELOW & WEBBER, 188 Essex, 
Ide Edwin R. 151 Essex, 
Morrill & Bowen, 245 Essex, 



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Pulsifer Nathaniel (oil cloth), 11 Spring, 

Carriage Body Makers. 

BRIGGS R. F. & CO. (see advt. p. 6), 

Hoyt N. S., Pleasant st. 

Quimby & Hill, Pleasant st. 

WELLS H. P. (see advt. p. 6), 

Perkins I. W. 78 and 80 Washington, 

Clement J. M. 

Hoyt Gilman S. 

Nichols Joseph W. 

Sargent E. B. 

SpoflTord N. J. 

Colby W. H. & Son, Merrimacport, 

Sawyer C. W. 

Spofford N. J. 

Sargent L. W., Forrester, cor. High, Newburyport 

BRIGGS R. F. & CO., Cedar st. (see advt. p. 6), 

Ameabury, Salisbury 
Davis John, 
Francis & Smith, 
Lane John A., Elm st. 

WELLS H. P. (Jump seat). Cedar st. (see advt. 
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Carriage Boxing and Drilling. 

RoweU C. E., Friend at Amesbury 

Janvin Gleo. N. Amesboryf Salisbury 

Carriage Cane Work. 

WHITTIEB G. W. (see advt. p. 447), Merrimao 

Carriage, Coacbp and Sleigh Manufacturers. 

{See dUo Wagon Makers; aUo Wheelwrighte.) 

BBIG6S B. F. & CO., Cedar st (see advt. p. 6), 

Amesboiy 
Banker £. F. Pleasant st« 
£llis Wm. 6., Friend st. 
Folger & Lewis, 

HUME JOHN (see advt. p. 465), 
Locke & Jewell, 
Parry F. D., Friend st. 
Marden George, rear American House, 
Bowell Charles & Son, Friend st. 
Bowell Samuel & Son, Pond st. 
Poor "Wm. (wagons), Frye Village, 
Caswell Joseph, Cabot st^ 
Kimball W. M. Bantoal st. 
Dewolfe George H., Bantoal st. 
SAWYEB E. C, Bantoal, cor. Bow (see advt. p. 12) ^' 
Perley Brothers, 
Newhall Henry, 
Hovey A. 

PUlsbory H. H. 46 Maple, 
Lee Theodore G. 
Waldron E. P. 
Gage Thomas, 

Messenger James E., Main st. 
Morse & Poor, 

Barnard George K. 6 Commercial, 
Hobbs Alonzo, 46 Fleet, 
Mansor Charles, 46 Fleet, 
Plouf & St. Germain, rear 20 Fleet, 
Boberts Samuel, Locust st. 
Smith George H. 48 Fleet, 
Young Bros. 18 and 15 Fleet, 
Spiller Wm. A. 

Ames Moses B. 12 Melvin court. 
Dane John, 175 South Broadway, 
Famham J. W. & Son, 258 Lowell, 
Graham J. M. 107 Common, 
Joyce J. W. 102 and 104 Concord, 
Mooar & Trow, 278 to 279 Methuen, 






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Carridge^ Ooach^ and Sleigh Jfanif/Sr., ccmUnited, 
Farlow John, 46 Oxford, Lawrence 

Snow T. A. 1 West, 
Spinlow J. H. 156 Common, 
Stowell J. 317 Common, 
Towle A. W. 266 Lowell, 
White John M. 1^ Oxford, 
CoBtole & O'Nell, 164 Broad, Lynn 

Coalson & Co., Centre, oor. Western are. 
DeBlois Albert, 422 Western ave. 
Dennis John D. 150 and 152 Broad« 
DUFFY J. B. 259 Union (see advt. p. 444), 
Leslie E. J., Boston, oor. Laarel, 
Lewis A. 106 Central ave. 
McCnrdy A. E., rear 285 Chatham, 
Perkins I. W. (sleigh), 78 and 80 Washington^ 
PYNE A. W. 90 Chestnut (see advt. p. 448) , 
SAWYER & CHASE, 187, 189 and 141 Broad 

(see advt. p. 444), ^' 

Smith C. B., rear 100 Essex, cor. Chatham, 
TWOMBLY BROS. 461 Western ave. (see advt. 

P-444), 
Adams George & Sons, Merrimac 

Clement M. G. & Son, 
Smart Aleck, 
Gunnison Greo. 
Howe & Clough, 
Jadkins J. B. & Son, 
Lancaster J. A« 
Loud Bros. 
Means D. M. 
Noyes C. H. 
Palmer A Doucet, 
Pease S. C. & Son, 
Ross James, 
Scofield S. <& Son, 
Smart Alex. 
Smiley W. O. 
Stevens H. G. & H. W. 

Chase William & Son, Merrimaoport^ 

Colby A. M. 
Colby W. H. 
Gunnison George, 

Saigent Willis P. " 

Sawyer Thomas C. " 

Tuckwell S. S. " 

Evans C. M., Lowell st. Methuen 

Pedler S. J., Broadway, ** 

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BROWN D. J. 18 Inn (see advt. p. 458), Newburyport 

Moody Brothers, horse-car building, Liberty st. '^ 
Wilcox Charles (also wagons), North Andover 
HINXMAN S. D. (see advt. p. 467), 

North AndoTer Depot, <^ 
Dodge A. T., Central st. Peabody 

Dole <& Osgood, 11 and 13 Washington, <^ 

Pike & Whipple, Andover st. " 

Roome James A. & Co. 80 Foster, ** 

Shaw Neil, Central st. ^< 
Daniels George E. Bowley 
ANDREWS GILIfAN A. 27 Beach (see advt. p. 

422), Salem 

BABCOCK C. F. 274 and 276 Bridge (see advt. p. 

422), ** 
C0L80N GEORGE M. 270 Bridge (see advt. p, 

422), " 

Donovan John, 80 Liberty, ** 

Faxon E. J. 9 Front, ** 

Hunter E. M., rear 6 Margin, ^* 

Lord Joseph H. 125 Boston, ^* 

Loring E. D., West Yard, «* 

Mulchay James, 188 Bridge, ^^ 

Murray & Carroll, 185 Boston, << 

Vogell G. W. 214 Bridge, " 
Morrill E. & Son, Salisbury 

Babcock F. A. ^Co. Amesbury, <* 

Biddle, Smart A Co., Water st. '« '« 

Boardman Amos P., Market st. *^ ** 

BRIGGS R. F. <& CO., Cedar st. (see advt p. 6), 

Amesbury, ^* 

Clark Seth jr. , Elm st. ** " 

Dennett Charles N. (shifting seat), Chestnut st. 

Amesbury, " 

Dennett <& Rines, '' '< 

Feltch Elbridge S. & Co., Market st. '^ '' 

Folger D. J. " " 

Gale D. E., Friend St. " " 

Gale Foster, Clark st. " " 

Hume James, Chestnut st. , *^ ^* 

HUME JOHN, Carriage row (see advt p. 465), 

Amesbury, *^ 

Lane E. S. ** " 

Lane Thomas W., Elm st. " " 

Long Charles W., Ring st. " " 

Morrill Osgood, Morrill st. " " 

Osgood G. W., Powow st ** " 

Parry A. N., near depot, " " 

Storkey <Sb Crowther, *' ** 



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Carriagey Conchy and Sleigh Manufa,^ continued. 
Kimball W. M. S. £ast Saugus, Sangns 

Merrill Moses B. West Newbury 

Carriage, Dash, and Fender Stitching. 

ALDRICH G. W. (see advt. p. 470), Amesbnry 

WHITTIER P. C. (aee advt. p. 465), 

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Carriage Hardware. 

Little & Larkin, 
Poyen John S. & Co. 
Poyen John S. & Co. 
Wing Charles db Co. 



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Carriage Makers' Supplies. 

Locke & Jewell, 

Wing Chas. & Co. " 

Bailey S. R. (carriage bent work), Salisbury, <* 

Blddle, Smart & Co. (wood work), " " 

Little & Larkin, Merrimac 

Nichols Ruflis (carriage straps), '^ 

Babcock F. A. & Co. Salisbury 

Gross, Drummond & Co. (wood work), Amesbury, '^ 

Poyen John S. <Sb Co. *' " 

Carriage Parts Manufacturers. 

Locke & Jewell, Amesbury 

Mayo John F. (bodies), 158 Broad, Lynn 

Perkins L W. (bodies), 78 and 80 Washington, »* 

Skinner & Scott (wheels), 51 and 53 Central ave. *^ 

Clement J. M. Merrimac 

Colby W. H. & Sons, 

Spofford N. J. (bodies), 

West Amesbury Manuf. Co. (wheels, etc.), 

Faxon £. J. 9 Front, Salem 

Biddle, Smart & Co., Water st. Amesbury, Salisbury 

BRI66S R. F. & CO., Cedar st. (see advt. p. 6), 

Amesbury, '^ 

Carriage Repairers. 

{8ee aho WJieelvrnghta.) 

SAWYER E. C, Rantoul, cor. Bow (see advt. p. 

12), Beverly 

Lee Theodore G. Danversport, Danvers 

Smith George H. 48 Fleet, Haverhill 

Toung Brothers, 13 and 15 Fleet, '^ 






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DUFFY J. B. 259 Union (see advt. p. 444), 

PYNE A. W. 90 Chestnut (see advt. p. 443), *« 

SA.WYER & CHASE, 137, 139 and 141 Broad (see 

advt. p. 444), 
TWOMBLY BROTHERS, 461 Western ave. (see 

advt. p. 444), ** 

BROWN D. J. 13 Inn (see" advt. p. 458), Newbaryport 
Ellis A. P. North Andover Depot, North Andover 

HINXMAN S. D. (see advt. p. 467), ** " 

ANDREWS C^ILfiiAN A. 27 Beach (see advt. p. 

422), Salem 

BABCOCE C. F. 274 and 276 Bridge (see advt. p. 

422), " 

C0L80N GEORGE M. 270 Bridge (see advt. p. 
► 422), " 

FISKE A. W. 68 Grove (see advt. p. 422), " 

Mulchay James, 138 Bridge, '* 

Vogell G. W. 214 Bridge, " 

Carriage Repositories. 

SAWYER E. C, Rantoul, cor. Bow (see advt. p. 

12), Beverly 

Davis W. H. H. 31 Commercial, Gloucester 

Cheney B. 558 Essex, Lawrence 

SAWYER & CHASE, 137, 139 and 141 Broad (see 

advt. p. 444), Lynn 

Skinner & Scott, 51 and 53 Central ave. ^' 

ANDREWS GILMAN A. 27 Beach (see advt. p. 

422), Salem 

BABCOCK C. F. 274 and 276 Bridge (see advt. p. 

422), 
Nelson J. S. 43 Bridge, 
Morrill Edwin, near depot, Amesbury, Salisbury 

Carriage Smiths. 

{See also Blacksmiths.) 

Cloatier & Chapdelaine, Friend st. Amesbury 

Frame Adam R., Park st. Andover 

FRIEND SETH, 167 Rantoul (see advt. p. 462), 

Beverly 
Haskell F. P., Cabot st. ** 

SAWYER E. C, Rantoul, cor. Bow (see advt. p. 

12), 
Peart William B., School st. Danvers 

Perley Dean A., School, cor. Franklin, *' 

Pillsbury H. H., Maple st. " 

Lee Theodore G. Danversport, *' 






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Cnrriage Smiths^ continued. 
Davis W. H. H., Commercial st. 
GARDNER G. D. & SON, Parsons et. 
McCaleb Vinal D. <& SON, Wm. C, Wonson's wharf, 

East Gloucester, 
Bickell G. W. 6 Stage, HaverbiU 

Brady P. H. 

Gordon J. W. 15 and 17 Court, 
Plouf & St. Germain, rear 20 Fleet, 
Smith George H. 48 Fleet, 
Young Bros. 18 and 15 Fleet, 
JORDAN CHARLES F., North Main st. (see advt. 



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Smith Webster, Market st. 
Pane John, 175 South Broadway, 
Snow F. A. 1 West, cor. Bradford, 
Castole & O'Neal, 164 Broad, 
Coulton & Co., Centre, cor. Western ave. 
Dennis John D. 150 and 152 Broad, 
DUFFY J. B. 259 Union (see advt. p. 444), 
Lewis A* 106 Central ave. 
PYNE A. W. 90 Chestnut (see advt. p. 448), 
SAWYER & CHASE, 187, 189 and 141 Broad 

^see advt. d. 444^ 
TWOMBLY BROTHERS, 461 Western ave. (see 

advt. p. 444), 

Adams George, Merrimac 

Howe N. L. ** 

CALLUM A. J. (see advt. p. 446), Merrimacport, *< 
Donahoe Edward, 7 Inn, Newburyport 

MoGLEW BROTHERS, 8 Hale's court (see advt. 

p. 458), 

Wilcox Charles, North Andover 

HINXMAN S. D. (see advt. p. 467), 

North Andover Depot, ** 
Dodge A. F. Peabody 

Dole & Osgood, 16 Washington, «' 

Pingree H. C. Pigeon Cove, Rockport 

ANDREWS GILMAN A. 27 Beach (see advt. p. 

422), 
BABCOCK C. F. 274 and 276 Bridge (see advt. p. 

422), 
Donovan John, City Hall ave. 
Lillis & White, 28 Liberty, 
McKeever William, West Yard, 
Murrav & Carroll, 135 Boston, 
Scott Robert, Buffum's wharf, rear 18 Front, 
Vogell G. W. 214 Bridge, 
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ELLISON GEO. W., Elm at. (see advt. p. 470), 

Amesburyy Salisbury 
Patten 0. W. " " 

Starkey & Crowther, " ** 

Carriage Spring Manufacturers. 

McEeever William, West Yard, Salem 

Weir Daniel P. 7 Margin, " 

Lane Thomas W. (patentee), Elm st. 

Amesbury, Salisbury 

Carriage Stock Manufacturers. 

Skinner & Scott, 51 and 58 Central ave. Lynn 

West Amesbury Manuf. Co. (wheels, etc.), Merrimac 

Carriage Trimmers. 

Bunker E. F., Pleasant st. Amesbury 

Friend J. E. 10 Cabot, Beverly 

SAWYEB E. C, Rantoul, cor. Bow (see advt. p. 
12), • 

Mcdonald Alexander (see advt. p. 464), 

Danversport, Danvers 
Davis O. W. 46 Fleet, Haverhill 

Fulton Mark, 18 and 15 Fleet, '• 

PRESTON BROTHERS, North Main st. (see 

advt. p. 468), Ipswich 

SAWYER & CHASE, 187, 189 and 141 Broad 

(see advt. p. 444), Lynn 

Dayton Isaac, 185 Boston, Salem 

Leach M. 212 Bridge, '' 

Smith James S. 11 Church, " 

Tuttle Hiram A., West Yard, ** 

Carriage Wheel Boxing and Drilling. 

Bliss Boulton, house, Elm st. Amesbury, Salisbury 

Carriage Wheel Manufacturers. 

Locke & Jewell, Amesbury 

Biddle, Smart & Co. Salisbury, '' 

Marston D. J., Elm st. '' ^< 

Skinner & Scott, 51 and 58 Central ave. Lynn 

West Amesbury Manuf. Co. Merrimac 

BRIG6S R. F. & CO. Cedar st. (see advt. p. 6), 

Amesbury, Salisbury 
Faxon E. J. 9 Front, Salem 

Carriage Wood Work. 

Perkins I. W. 78 and 80 Washington, Lynn 



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Caterers. 

TANNER H. C. 24 Main (see advt. p. 455), H^verhiU 

Wiedman Albert, 250 Essex, Lawrence 
Palfrey W. 189 Essex, Lynn 

Valiquet Joseph D. 127 and 129 Union, '* 

Van VTran Ken F. E. 271 Essex, Salem 

Carvers. 

Doane H. J. (all kinds) , 206 Merrimack, Haverhill 

Wilson J. W. A A. (ship and ornamented), 8 Strong, 

Newburyport 

Cask and Keg Manufacturers. 

HILL & WRIGHT, 24 Cedar (see adyt. front col- 
ored), Salem 

Cauliflower Plants. 

WOODMAN E. & C, Holten st. (see advt. p. 2), 

Tapleyville, Danvers 

Celery Plants. 

WOODMAN E. & C, Holten st. (see advt. p. 2), 

Tapleyville, Danvers 

Cement Drain Pipe Manufacturer. 

Parsons Joseph M. 197 Washington, Salem 

Cement Manufacturers. 

Hathaway C. L. & Sons (channel), 262 Summer, Lynn 

Cement Roofer. 

Trask James E. 2 West place, Salem 

Cemetery Work. 

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Chair Manufacturers. 

{iSee Furniture.) 

Chair Seating. 

Heron N. S. 10 Dane, 
Burleigh Seat Co., Inman st. 
WHITTIER G. W. (see advt. p. 447), 
Kennally Patrick, 97^ Derby, 
Stevens Henry H. 78 North, 



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Craighead & Kintz Manuf. Co. Ballaidvale, AndoTer 

Chemicals. 

NICHOLS THOMAS B. 189 Essex, oor. Central 

(see advt. over Calendar) , Salem 

PRICE C. H. & J. 226 Essex (see advt. ftont col- 
ored), 

Children's Carriages. 

(See also Carriagea.) 

LOUGEE J. L. 259 and 261 Essex (see advt. p. 
424), Salem 

Chiropodists. 

Norman Harry, 4 City Hall sq. Lynn 

Sherman C. A. Miss, 195 Essex, Salem 

Chrolithion Manufacturers. 

Chrolithion Manaf. Co., Edward F. CoflQn, treas. 

(for combs, brushes, etc.) 9 77 Water, Newboryport 

Chromes. 

SHAW X. H. & SON, 283 Essex (see advt. front 
colored), Salem 

Church and Office Furniture Manufacturers. 

HUTCHINS E. N. & CO., Essex Yard (see advt. 
p. 428), Lawrence 

Cider Manufacturers. 

Gage Nathan, 19 Water, Lawrence 

Beynolds J. E. North Andover 

Tucker George, *^ 

Emerton E. S. Peabody 

Needham Joseph S. West Peabody, ^^ 

Cigar Dealers (Wholesale). 

FEPPEB GEO. W. 4 Elm (sea advt. front ool- 
ored), Peabody 

Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes, etc. 

(See also Cigar Manufacturers.) 

Dayis Elijah, Main st. Amesbary 

Lawrence J. A. 2 Merchant's row, ^^ 

Pendergast Patrick, i Salisbury, **, 
Shackley Charles H., Cabot st« Beverly 

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Carroll John B. 43 Maple, 
Conway T. P. 
Forrest Greo. E. 

Wells Moses, Taplejville, 

Bailey J. £. Georgetown 

Boardman M. N*, Adam's block, ** 

Pickard L. D. 
Poor S. T. 
Wheeler W. S. 
Crowell S. L. 271 Main, 
Doble C. F. 280 Main, 
Overbeck J. C. 58 Main, 
Purle W. E. 65 and 67 Main, 
THURSTON A. C. 17 Duncan, 
Trask John, 146 Main, 
Wiley E. C. 142 Main, 
Brewster T. S. 127j Merrimack, 
Brown Orlander, 188 Merrimack, 
Coffin C. M., agent, 155 Merrimack, 
Daley F. J. 29 Washington, 
Hills John K. 26 Water, 

KeUey T. J. 51 J Wingate, " 

Eempton A. 57 Merrimack, 
Lyons & Sawyer, 89 Merrimack, 
McCormack Daniel, 206 Merrimack, 
Thomas Geo. W. 12 Essex, 
Trow E. S. 1 2 Emerson, 
Vamey E. F. 18 Winter, 
White Henry J. 8 Bridge, 
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Brady Philip, 106 Essex, 
Edge Thomas Mrs. 121 Lowell, 
Gens Jnlins, 125 Essex, 
Gould J. M. 98 Essex, 
Green Harrison, 822 Essex, 
Haynes David, 188 Essex, 
Hilliker N. P. Mrs. 565 Essex, 
Lamson I. P. 24 Amesbury, 
Mulhare A. H. 81 Franklin, 
Rowe C. H. 89 Essex, 
Steigler August, 1 15 Essex, 
Anthony WUliam, 117 Union, 
Boyland Michael, 51 Munroe, 
Crawford Wm. 85 Munroe, 
Curran J. F. 67J Munroe, 

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Joel Reuben, 83 j Mnnroe, 

Lewis Allen W. 98 Essex, 

McDemott J. A. 443 Western aye. 

Morse J. R. & Co. 18 Central sq. 

Fearce Henry J. 138 Market, 

Pike James N. 117 Mnnroe, 

Sargent L. C. 108 Union, 

Snow Nathn F. & Co. 19 and 21 Centrarsq. 

Steams J. S. 84 Union, 

Tabour William, 78J Union, 

Tucker Greorge £. 36 Market and 177 Union, 

Vickery Otis E. 85 Lewis, 

Welch Andrew, 56 Market sq. 

Blaney William T. 

Davis Bros. 

Rhodes & Atkins, 

Rix T. P. M. 

Rogers Sb Ware, 

Stevens A. 

Story Henry H. 

Nowens O. W., Hampshire st. 

Gumey William, 

Rogers Winslow, 

Wheeler W. S. 

Bean WaUace E. 89 Market sq. 

Southwell R. E. 27 Merrimac, i 

Osgood Isaac F. North Andover 

Harris George L. North Andover Depot, " 

Collins Charles H. Mrs. 4 Allen's block, Peabody 

PEPPER GEORGE W. (wholesale), 4 Elm (see 
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Pickering J. F., Lowell st. 

Stevens George, 1 Main, 

Sweeney D. J., Peabody sq. 

Lindberg John L., Main st. Rockport 

Battis James H. (wholesale and retail), 28 and 30 
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Brown Robert P. (wholesale and retail), 137^ Wash- 
ington, 

Chappell John D. 161 Washington, . 

Curley M. A. 14 Lafayette, 

Evans & Yasinski, 14^ Central, 

GANEY JOHN, 39 Mill (see advt p. 426), 

Masury S. Frank <& Co. 192 Essex, 

McShane James, 38 Bridge, 

NICHOLS THOMAS B. (cigars and tobacco), 
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Radford Frank E. 168 Washington, 




Rice D. A. 284 Essex, 




Semons Wm. G. 89 North, 




Skinner Emery B. 188 Washington, 




Sammers J. B. 186^ Boston, 




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Gray Arthur F. 

Putnam James, 

Webber John S., Middle at. 

Littlefield J. M. 69 Merrimack, 

Spoflford N. 14 Water, 

Tappan Roger, 108 Merrimack, 

Littlefield C. H. 296 Essex, 

Mills Hiram F. (hydraulic) , with Essex Ck>. 

Ayer & Bogers, 15 Willow, 

GAY CHARLES W. 185 Union (see advt. p. 440), " 

Harris Isaac K. 185 Union, *^ 

Taylor Eugene H. 67 Oxford, " 

Howe Joseph S., Broadway, Methuen 

Pool Calvin W. Rockport 

PUTNAM CHARLES A. 251 Essex (see advt. p. 

424) , Salem 

McEenzie Samuel S. Topsfield 

Claim Agents. 

DAVIS J. M., room 18, Academy of music, 108 

Merrimack, Haverhill 

Ward Benjamin A. 8 Exchange, Lynn 

GERRISH JOSEPH G. 19 State, Newburyport 

Clam Dealers. 

Adams Charles, Water st. 
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Aubin Joseph H., Water st. 
Aubin J. D., Water st. 
Aubin Thomas, Water st. 
Aubin William, Water st 
Caswell Charles, Water st. 
Caswell Warren, Water st. 
Harris John, Water st. 
Hilton Alexander, Water st. 
Hilton Leander, 
Jackman Daniel, Water st. 
Lee Edward, Water st. 
Nutting S. D., Water st. 
Nutting Theodore, Water st. 
Perkins George, Water st. 
Perkins Theodore, 
Perkins Theodore jr.. Water st. 
Pettingill Levi, Water st. 
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Short Moses, Water st. 
Thurlow Joseph, Water st. 
Wells J. J., Water st. 

Cloak Dealers and Makers. 

(See cUso Dry Oooda; also DressradkersJ) 

Jacobs F. W. Sc Son, 87 and 39 Merrimack, Haverhill 
Mitchell & Co. 89 Merrimack, '' 

ALMT, BIGELOW & WEBBER, 188 Essex, Salem 

Clocks. 

{See also Jewelry ^ Walches^ stc.) 

Clock Cleaners and Repairers. 

Moriss L. M. 21 Hale, Haverhill 

Sias J. B. 5^ Boston, Salem 

Clothes Cleaners. 

Roberts John B. 155 Main, Gloncester 

Calderwood James, rear 42 and 44 Merrimack, Haverhill 
Cobb W. H., rear 74 Merrimack, 
Harring^n Joseph, 57 Essex, 
Johnson J. W. jr. 93 Essex, 
Greenwood Damon D., 266 Essex, Lawrence 

Williams J. 60 Amesburj, ** 

Browning Willis, 86 Union, Lynn 

Flinn Frank M. 10 Tremont, 
Harvey J. P. 146 Union, 
Hayes J. P. 24 Spring, 
Lewando's French Dye Honse, 3 Market, 
Lomasney Edmund, 169 Union, 
Hose Charles L. 20 Summer, 

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Lake C. H. &Co. 12 Osborne, 
McCauley John, 14J Central, 
Rice John, 85 North, 

SALEM AND ESSEX DYE HOUSE, H. E. Gor- 
don <Sd Son, 51 North (see advt. p. 426), 
Thompson John W. 242J Essex, 
Thornton J. 8 Washington sq. 

Clothes Wringers. 

THE L. A. MAY CO. 187 and 141 Union (see 

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Clothing Dealers. 

(See also TaUora.) 

Collins N. E. 36 Main, Amesbory 

Livingston Herman, Post-office block. Main st ^* 

Manley M. " 

Dean John H., Main st. Andover 

Griffin D. N. 44 Cabot, Beverly 

Webber I. T., Cabot st- ** 

Woodbury H. 164 Cabot, " 
FERLEY A. P. <Sb CO. 2 Maple (see advt. p. 464), Danvers 

Cole Patrick, Masonic block, Georgetown 

Osgood S. '' 

Perkins H. L. " 

Plumer S. " 

Currier B. W. & Co. 18 Main, Gloucester 

Jacobs J. & Co. 103 Main, ^* 

Jacobs Nathan, 147 Main, ^^ 

Newman William, 169 Main, *^ 

Parkhurst John, 95 Main, ^^ 

Stacy James D. 1 68 Main, '^ 

Tappan J. S. & Son, 112 Main, ^' 
Emerson Warren, 49 Merrimack, cor. Fleet, Haverhill 

Floyd & Peabody, 84 and 86 Merrimack, '^ 

Kerrigan A. P. J. |4 Water, ** 

Patterson J. W. &\k>. 45 Merrimack, *^ 

Sheldon & Sargent, 61 Merrimack, ^* 

Three Taylors, 73 and 75 Merrimack, ** 

Tilton A. M. 42 and 44 Merrimack, «* 

Baker Samuel N., South Main st. Ipswich 

Jordan Robert & Son, Market st. ^^ 

Bicknell Brothers, 469 and 471 Essex, Lawrence 

Green Benjamin, 549 Essex, '^ 

GrubbF. (second-hand), 12 Newbury, *' 
Lawrence One Price Clothing Co. 429 and 431 Essex, '^ 

Leonard James T. & Co. 230 Essex, «* 

McCabe Daniel (second-hand), 346 Common, *' 
Oswald William & Co. (boys'), 229 to 235 Essex, " 

Powers M. A. & Co. 217 Essex, '' 

Sharon & Poisson, 397 Essex, *^ 

Spaulding W. R. 163 Essex, ^« 

Spitz T. P. 405 Essex, " 

Warren A. R. & Son, 187 Essex, ** 

Branch N. E., Clothing Co. 134 Union, Lynn 
Browning Willis (new and second-band), 86 Union, ^^ 

Butman M. & Co. 155 Union, ^* 

Chase James & Co. 144 Union, '^ 

Cross Alfred & Co. 15 Market, <' 

Dam 6c Warner, 125 Union, '* 



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Filene William, 3? Market, Lynn 

Lowe J. (second hand), 96 Central ave. ^*- 

Marshall Martha (new and second-hand), 89 Oxford, '* 
Mosessohn M. (second-hand), 50 Manroe, ^* 

New England Clothing Co., A. J. Johnson, man- 
ager, 56 and 58 Market and 484 Union, *^ 
Slater Aaron, 55 Market, ^^ 
Valpey Samuel B. <& Son, 15 Market sq. ^' 
Welch John (second-hand), 76 Muaroe, '^ 
Wilmot U. B. 90 and 92 Market sq. and 55 Andrew, ^' 
Wolf Louis, 63 Munroe, " 
Taylor L. B., Bosoobel block, West Lynn, " 
Graves Samuel, Marblehead 
Salkins & Laskey, '* 
Cleary J, H. Merrimac 
Boston Clothing Manuf. Co., H. Feibelman, mana- 
ger, 40 State, Newburyport 
Eagle Clothing House, Geo. A. Toppan & Co. 15 

Market sq '^ 

Essex Clothing Co., Edward Welch, 80 State, <' 

Merrimac Clothing Co., Liberty st., cor. Market sq. *' 
Plummer C. E., Pleasant st. ^* 

Nelson John B. 18 Water, '* 

Prager A. 14 Market sq. ^' 

Toppan C. C. 7 State, " 

Jacobs Geo. H. 60 Main, Peabody 

Winslow W. 25 and 57 Main, " 

Stickney J. E. Bockport 

Tarr J. Truman, Bank building, '^ 

Dreyfus <& Co.. 221 Essex, Salem 

Howard R. W. 197 Essex, " 

Knight Edward H. 211 Essex, '< 

McCann Daniel (second hand), 7 Charter, *' 

Naumkeag Clothing Co., Z. A. Gallup, manager, 

177 and 179 Essex, " 

Norris Bro. 209 Essex, " 

Palmer William H. <& Son, 247 and 249 Essex, '* 

Quinn Thomas, 156 Essex, *^ 

Reagan Mary (second hand), 50 Derby, '* 

SINCLAIR H. M. 167 Essex, " 

Wilmot H. B. 250 and 254 Essex, '' 

Lake Robert, Topsfleld 

Waitt Wm. F. ** 

Coal Dealers (by the Cargo). 

Reed Rufus <& Co. 574 Essex, Lawrence 

CLARK CHARLES S. 59 Peabody and 21 Lafayette 
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Manning R. C. & Co. 189 Derby, " 

Philadelphia and Beading Coal and Iron Co., B. 
Jacobs, supt. 13 Water, " 

Coal and Wood. 

(See cUso Wood and Bark.) 

Ames William H. 
Chandler John, Main st. 
Cornell John, Main st. 
Allen Geo. W. 
Girdler John, Water st. 
Pickett John, Water st. 
Bixby Stephen A. Boxford 

Taylor, Groodwin & Co. Bradford 

Batchelder & Co. Danversport, Danvers 

WABBEN C. H. & Co. (see advt. p. 459), " «* 

Merriam & Co. Tapleyville, " 

Burnham William H. Essex 

Slory Samael, ** 

Kelly John, Prospect st. Georgetown 

Mighill George L. *' 

Bennett Bros. 23 Duncan, Gloucester 

BOYNTON CHAELES H., Main St., rear Cape 

Ann Savings Bank (see advt. p. 449), 
Griffin, Denham & Co., Fort sq. 
Friend W. H., Vincent's point, 
Todd George, 393 Main, 

Griffin W. P. Annisqnam, 

Montgomery Charles, East Gloucester, 

Wonson Herbert & Co., East Main st. *' 
Piper Charles, Lanesville, 

Dwinnells O. S, Gloveland 

Harrington E. " 

Bankins Geo. C. Hamilton 

Caran H., Orchard st. Haverhill 

DUFFEE WM. F. 33 Locust, 
Dupres Joseph, 120 Winter, 

Griffin & Co. (hanl and soft wood) 192 Merrimack, 
Hardy J. C. 188 Winter, 
Howard M., Primrose st. 
Jonlan J., rear 198 Merrimack, 
Kanlbeck A., rear 181 Merrimack, 
Noyes Ira S. 87 Essex, 
Newcomb F. C. 32 Locust, 
Plouf Louis, rear 20 Fleet, 
Regis Wm., Elliott's wharf, 
Sargent & Holden, Steamboat wharf. 
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Taylor T. J. 69 Water, 
Tilion J. C, rear 130 Washington, 
Wentworth & Osgood, 98 Water, 
Brown William G. 
Glover John S. (coal), 
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Church & Lord, 394 Haverhill, 

Coughlin & Collins, 5 Mill, 

Cross J. S. 21 Newbury, 

Elwell A. 812 and 450 Broadway, 

Ferguson R. J. 68 Union, 

Gage George L. 206 Lowell and 594 Essex, 

GURDT J. N. 409 and 411 Essex, 

Hastings & Sugatt, Broadway, cor Water, 

Humphrey & Bros. 55 Union, 

Kress H. & H. Miller, 195 Union, 

Moore William, 2 Newbury, 

O'Mahoney M. 54 Concord, 

Reed Rufus & Co. 574 Essex, 

RuDuells O. E., Essex, cor. Jackson, 

Rushworth J. 106 Concord and 475 Essex, 

Thebarge Desire, 177 Lowell, 

Adams D. F., Gas wharf, 

Bessom E. A., Union ave. 

Bickford Samuel, 72 Chestnut, 

Breed & Holder, 166 Broad, 

Clapp George, 16 Sutton, 

Clapp George, 449 Western ave. 

Coonery Wm. P. 6 Pleasant st. court, 

Cushman Michael, 10 Central sq. 

Fairuhild H. 4 Grove, 

Higgins Geo. A. 108 Central ave. 

JIulbert H. F. & Co. 12 Friend, 

Jewett C. W. (wood), 27 Green, 

Lamber J. B. & W. A. 1 Exchange, foot of Pleasant, ^' 

Lee Nehemiah, 67 Beach, 

Messer George, 79 Central ave. 

Moore Charles M. 22 Buffum, 

Newhall Wm. N. & Son, 436 Western ave. and 161 

Market, 
Newhall & Thing, 203 Union and 51 Beach, 
Phillips George E , Curve st. 
Rarosdell C. H. 234 Chatham, 
Reed & Wade, 9 Silsbee, 
Simmons H D. 125 Essex, 
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Treat C. F., Lamper's wharf, 

StUes H. A. 58 Pleasant, 

StroQt E. E. 8 Sntton, 

T. A. Newhall Coal Co. 200 Broad, 

Boundy Bros. 

Dixie Benj. D. 

Glover db Cole, 

Humphrey & Twisden, 

Blodgett S. S. 

Sargent & Currier, 

Blaisdell & Huntington, 

Carleton & Smith, Hampshire St. 

Patterson D. H. Union st. 

Johnson Welcome J. 

Rogers Gesner W. 

Coffin Amos, 25 Water, 

Coffin William S. 77 Water, 

Collins John, Bowell's wharf. 

Cross H. M. 10 Water, 

Jaooby R. 

Philadelphia and Reading Coal and Iron Co. 
(wholesale), H. M. Cross, supt. 18 Water, 

Yarina N., estate of, 106^ Merrimac, 

Jacobs Joseph jr. North Andover Depot, North Andover 

McKone G. W. " " 

Batchelder & Co. 6 Allen's block, Peabody 

LmEHAN JOHN, 18 Foster (see advt. p. 461), 

WARREN C. R & CO. Allen's block (see advt. p. 
459), 

Marshall Stimson, 11 Mt. Pleasant, Rockport 

TARR ALBERT W., Mt. Pleasant st. (see advt p. 
456), 

Marchant W. Pigeon Cove, 

Boynton Brothers, Rowley 

Prime D. N. & Sons, <« 

BROOKS A. T. (coal), 117 Derby, Salem 

CLARE CHARLES S. 29 Peabody and 21 Lafay- 
ette (see advt. p. 418), 

HATCH L. B. lis Derby (see advt. p. 418), 

KNIGHT E. H., Phillips wharf (see advt. p. 417), 

Manning R. C. <Sd Co. 189 Derby, 

Maynes J. E. 155 Derby, 

McGlauflin T. 4 Bow, 

Pickering William Jr. A Co. 17 Peabody and 12 

Front, 
Pbippen J. E. 165 Essex and 165 Derby, 
Pitts D. <Sd Co. 8 Lafayette and 188 Derby, 
Smith L. A. A Co. 248 Bridge, 



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Coal and Woody continued. 
Whipple Stephen, 125 Derby, Salem 

Ames W. H. Amesbury, Salisbury 
Bean H. H. " *' 

Merriam F. P. Topsfield 

Ordway Cyrus K. West Newbury 

Coffee and Spice Mills. 

Hadley George H. & Co. 256 Lowell, Lawrence 

Boss A. F. & Co. 41 Water, Newbuiyport 

Coffee Cleaning and Polishing Machine Manufac- 
turers. 

Brown Wm. A. & Co. 28 Beach, Lynn 

Coffin Warerooms. 

{See aUo Undertaken,) 

Parker Charles S., Park at. Andover 

Lee Sb Cressey, 206 Cabot, Beverly 

LLOYD JOHN, 2 Western aye. (see advt. p. 448), 

Gloucester 
Cnmmings J. H. 39 Main, Hayerhill 

Senter N. F. & Co. 18 and 20 Water, *' 

CLARE PHILIP £., Summer st. (see advt. p. 

469), Ipswich 

Breen John, 869 Oak, Lawrence 

COLBY W. W. 276 Common, ** 

Mahoney John D. 854 Oak, *< 

Mahoney Maurice J., Bradford, cor. Hampshire, " 

Waterhouse & Parsons, 47 Amesbury, *^ 

Alley Francis M. 70 Union, Lynn 

Brady John, 2 South Common and 81 Beach, *' 

Chandler William M., South Common st. ^^ 

Crossman John H. 9 Bufflim, '^ 

Darcy J. W. 80 Market sq. " 

White Daniel F. 90 Blossom, '' 

Stacey William, Marblehead 

Sweet H. W. C. " 

Douglas J. T., Osgood st. Methuen 

Weitzel H. R. 20 Market sq. Newburyport 

ALLEN J. H. 86 St. Peter (see advt. p. 16) , Salem 

Buffum Charles S. 59 Washington, ^* 

Gannon C. R. 8 Sewell place, ** 

Raymond Frank W. 18 Washington sq. ** 

Spring <& Carney, 288 Bridge, *^ 

Blake B. S. 15 Market, Amesbury, Salisbury 

Pendergast Patrick, Elm st. << *^ 






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OOLLAB AND GUFF MF8. — 0OMM*N MEBOH'TS. 115 

Collar and Guff Manufacturers. 

The Chrolithion Collar and Cuff Co., Merrimac at. 

Newboryport 

Collectors. 

Laoe Charlea L. 246 Essex, Lawrence 

Flanders A. B., room 8, Sagamore building, Lynn 

Comb Manufacturers. 

Carr, Brown db Co. (horn), Water, oor. Fair, 

Newbmyport 
Noyes W. H. A Bros, (horn) , Chestnut st. *^ 

Brown Hayden, West Newbury 

Chase H. G. O. & T. M. ** 

Noyes 8. C. & Co. 
Vine Robert, 

Commercial College. 

CANNON G. C, Essex, oor. Broadway, Lawrenoe 

Commission Merchants. 

(See cUso MsrchofUs.) 

Baker B. A. (fish), 191 Main, Glouoester 

Clark John H. (fish), Fort wharf, " 

Phillips N. H. (fish), 187 Main, " 

AuBtin, Richardson, & Co. 286 Lowell, Lawrence 

Bonney Milton & Co. 544 and 546 Essex, ** 

Clark W. P. & Co. (produce), 617 Common, " 

Currier C. (produce), 504 Common, ^^ 

Drew, Wheelock & Co., Broadway, cor. Lowell, ** 

Howard Charles W. 564 and 566 Essex, <* 

Stanley James J. 29 Franklin, *^ 

Andrews R. & Co. (produce) , 10 Andrews, Lynn 

Jepson £. & Son, 84 State, *^ 

Moore Charles (produce), 22 Mulberry, <^ 

Boardman T. H. & Co. 9 City wharf, Newburyport 

Burrill Edward, Brown's wharf, '* 

Marshall H. N. & Son, 45 Water, <' 

STOCKMAN CHARLES C. 10 Brown's iriiarf 
(see advt. p. 457), «« 

ABBOTT & REYNOLDS, 14 Front, Salem 

HASKELL GEORGE (produce), 219 to 228 

Washington (see advt. p. 424), ** 

Kendall William H. 189 Washington, «' 

KNIGHT E. H. (coal), Phillips wharf (see advt. 

p. 417), 
Odell Charles, 85 Washington, « 

Upton, Magoon & Co. (dressed meats), 182 Bridge, *' 



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Concrete Pavers. 


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DUFFEE WM. F. 23 Locust^ 




Haverhill 


Saltmarsh A. H. 16 Ford, 




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Famum & Co., Lynn Hotel, 




Lynn 


Confectionery Manufacturers. 




Morgan John, 109 Main, 




Gloucester 


Saunders Louis, 86 Washington, 




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TANNER H. C. 24 Main (see advt. p 


. 456), 


Haverhill 


Roberts F. H. 227 F^ssez, 




Lawrence 


Robinson H. B. 173 Essex, 




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Smith C. B. 109 Essex, 




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Wiedman Albert, 250 Essex, 




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Nador & Taylor, 37 Market, 




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Richardson W. B. 61 Union, 




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Shapley L. A. 127^ Essex, 




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Waltzinger A. F. 73 Market, 




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Stacey Girdler, 




Marblehead 


Biddle Geo. H. 212 Merrimac, 


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S^ewburyport 


PEPPER GEO. W. 4 Elm (see advt. 


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Peabody 


Curtis H. F. 198 Essex, 




Salem 


Foster Geo. B. 244 Essex, 




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Mooney F. B. 272 Essex, 




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Newhall Geo. A. 207 Essex, 




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Simon Stephen A. 140 Essex, 




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Stevenson J. U. 166 Essex, 




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Davis £.13 Main, 




« Amesbury 


Jepson F. O. 




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Lawrence J. A. 2 Merchants row, 




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Stuart J. H. 28 Main, 




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Wadleigh 0. 20 Main, 




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Baclgalupo Louis J., Main st. 




Andover 


Chandler J. H., Main st 




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Whiting J. £.,Main st 




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Buxton Geo. F. 221 Cabot, 




Beverly 


Ginochin Dominick, Cabot st 




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Eillam Charles W. 148 Cabot, 




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Lee J. C, Cabot st. 




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South G. I. Mrs. 202 Cabot, 




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Webber M. S. 131 Cabot, 




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Bates R. D. 31 Maple, 




Danvers 


Carroll John B. 43 Maple, 




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Conway T. J., Maple st 




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Stetson W . H. 


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Caird F. S. 

Bamham Geo. F. 

Mclntire John W. 

Bailey J. E. 

Boardman M. N. 

Poor Samuel T. 

Dondero John & Peter, 137 Main, 

DouglasH John, 165 East Main, 

Foley Mrs., Friend st. 

Frost Isaac, 224 Main, 

Herrick A. E. 158 Main, • 

Hodgkins Bros., Webster st. 

Hodgkins Timothy, 40 Sargent, 

Howe Wm. H. 22 Spring, 

Jones John J. 10 Main, 

Lima M. D. 237 Main, 

McDonald Roderick, 289 Main, 

Morgan John, 109 Main, 

Patten James F. 88 Main, 

Reardon M. Miss, 45 Washington, 

Saunders Louis, 36 Washington, 

Sinclair H. 39 Washington, 

Small George M., School, cor. Prospect, 

Stevens Addison M. 36 Commercial, 

Story Charles E. 29 School, 

Toang George, 32 Washington, 

Davis J. D. 

Lane Aaron, 

Blinn Charles, Rocky Neck, 

Harrison R. B. 205 East Main, 

Story Charles, Highland st. 

Brown Orlando, 138 Merrimack, 

Cavagnaro Andrew, 28 Winter, 

Davis F. E. 22 Emerson, 

Emery L. C. 12 Winter, 

Gardella Bros. 169 Merrimack, 

Gardella L. 203 Washington, 

Hartford A. J. 21 Water, 

Hildreth H. L. 182 Merrimack, 

Kempton A. 57 Merrimack, 

Murray J. A. 157 Washington, 

Parodi G. 3 Emerson, 

Payson Fannie J. 51 Water, 

Pierce M. E. 17 Emerson, 

Poore H. B. 29 Main, 

Pugh L. M. Mrs. 183 Washington, 

Rogers M. S. 54 Water, 

Shaw C. Mrs. 6 Sargent sq. 

Amazeen Charles O. 



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Confectionery and Fruit, contintted. 




Hale Alfred, 


Ipswich 


Newman Benjamin, 


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Willcomb William, North Main st. 


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Buckminster F. & S. 357 Essex, 


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Buckminster Sarah, 555 Essex, 


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GURDY J. N. 409 and 411 Essex, 


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Hilliker N. P. Mrs. 665 Essex, 


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Orroth John, 483 Essex, 


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Robinson H. B. 178 Essex, 


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Smith C. B. 109 Essex, 


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Weeks B. L. 563 Essex, 


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Armstrong T. W., Central station. Central sq. 


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Carder J. S. Mrs. 65 Summer, 


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Danforth J., foot of Commercial, 


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Davis E. S. 9 Spring, 


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Drinnell E. 89 Union, 


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Farwell Wm. B. 1 1 7 Maple, 


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Ferretti Charles, 97 Munroe, 


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Frost E. & Co. 67 Market, 


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Fuller Judson, Boston, cor. Federal sq. 


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Gordon G. B. 131 Beach, 


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Grambrgoni Posquate, 21 Munroe, 


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Griffin Wm. W. 1 Market, 


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Hanson J. H. 242 Chestnut, 


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Harmon Woodbury, 81 Chestnut, 


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Harrington A. E. 409 Boston, 


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Horgan John, 2 Lewis, 


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Hunter C. B. 87 Franklin, 


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Eeene E. L., Essex, cor. Sutton, 


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Law J. W. 114 Essex, 


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Lawson M. 81 Chestnut, 


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Lewis Allen W. 98 Essex, 


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Marston Augustus, 178 Market, 


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Messer Geo. G. 37 Pleasant, 


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Nador Ira, 45 Market, 


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NuoU Joseph, 132 Market, 


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Palfrey W . 189 Essex, 


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Perry Charles H. Mrs. 121 Essex, 


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Polando George, 111 and 113 Munroe, 


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Powers Wm. J. 25 Ireson, 


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Reynolds A. T. 3 Central ave. 


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Rhodes S. A. Mrs. 14 Market, 


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Shapley L. A. 127^ Essex, 


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Sleeper Geo. F. 69 Market, 


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Sullivan Thomas, 62 Union, 


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Venini Joe, 104 Union, 


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Vickery Otis E. 85 Lewis, 


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Waltzingep A. F. 73 Market, Lynn 

Welch Andrew, Lynn Hotel, ** 
Breed Henry G. 12 BoBcobel block. West Lynn, *^ 

Bartlett John, Marblehead 

Chipman James A. ^* 

Davis Brothers, " 

Graves C. " 

Keenan Frank, Marblehead 

Lee Henry, " 

McEchram Frank S. *^ 

Paine W. F. ** 

Bogers Nellie J. '' 

Rogers & Ware, , ** 

Snow P. S. Mrs. ** 

Stacy Girdler, «* 

Strong Joseph, '^ 

Stevens A. ** 

Symonds H. O. **, 

Tucker Richard, " 

Story Henry H. Merrimac 

Dame A. L., Broadway, cor. Osgood, Methaen 

Rogers W. H. Newbury 
Austin George W. (confectionery), 33 State, Newburyport 

Danfortb C. H. 88 Washington, " 

Danforth J. I. 86 Washington, *' 

Davis B. M. ** 

Fowle S. H. 16 State, • " 

Hervey J. W. 71 State, ** 

Leighton N. G. 49 Merrimac, *^ 

Moody Charles, 44 Market sq. *^ 

Moulton Geo. F., Merrimac st. '^ 
Tucker C. F. 84 Pleasant, 

Williams S. J. Mrs. (confectionery), 210^ Merrimac, 
Woodcock W. H. 41 Market sq. 
Harris George L., North Andover Depot, North Andover 

Pilling Charles A. " *' 

Abbott Samuel L., Walnut st. Peabody 

Beir Geo., Harris st. *^ 

Brodrick John, Lowell st. '' 

Pickering J. F., Lowell st. " 

Pope O. E., Caller st. " 

Stevens George, 1 Main, '^ 

Sweeney D. J., Peabody sq. " 

Haskins William, 26 Main, Rockport 

Hodgkins A. Mrs. ^* 

Knight J. S., opp. depot, ** 

Prichard Benj. G. " 

Silod John, " 

Tarr Stephen N. " 



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Confectionery and Pruity continued. 
Tufts Joseph, 1 Main, Bockport 

Brown Wm. Pigeon Cove, 



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Todd Jeremiah M. 

Casey Robert, 77 Federal, 

Collins Anna G. Mrs. 20 Essex, 

Curtis H. F. 198 Essex, 

Damon & Son, 149 Essex, 

Dugan & Linehan, 175 Washington, 

EstesG. W. jr. 139 Essex, 

Foster George B. 244 Essex, 

Goldsmith A. F. & Co. 165 Washington, 

Harding R F. 160 Essex, 

Hntchins C. W. 98 North Salem, 

Mooney F. B. 272 Essex, 

Moses W. M. 12 Lafayette, 

Monlton William, 12 J Lafayette, 

Newhall Geo. A. 207 Essex, 

Nourse William, 100 Washington, 

Pepper T. S. 95 Bridge, 

Radford Frank A. 163 Washington, 

Roberts E. F. & J. W., Front, cor. Washington, 

Sibley Ann M. Miss, 9 Winter, 

Simon S. A. 140 Essex, 

Somes Mary E. 106 Federal, 

Stevenson J. H. 166 Essex, 

Valente John, 10 Lafayette, 

Van Vranken F. E. 271 Essex, 

Whittemore J. H. Mrs. 117 Essex, 

Kelley E. L. (wholesale), Market st. Salisbury 

Philbrook M. W. 12 Market, 

Galucia Wm. 

Hurber James, 

Poor F. P. 

Clay Chas. H. 

Constables. 

Flanders A. B., room 8, Sagamore building, 
Lewis James S., Sagamore building, 

Contractors and Builders. 

{See also Carpenters; also Masons.) 

Barker Lorenzo, Rantoul st. Beverly 

Swan George, 64 Water, »t 

Watson L. <& Son, . Beverly Farms, " 

MILLER FRANK, 4 Locust (see advt. p. 447) , 

„^^_ Gloucester 

FOSTER & MERRILL (brick and stone), 22 
Jackson, Haverhill 



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Hall J. T., Merrimack at. 

Conch H. J., Essex Yard, 

Ellingwood John N. 186 West, 

HUTCHINS E. N. & CO., Essex Yard (see advt. 

p. 428), " 

ALEXANDER A. H. & CO. 82 Willow (see advt. 

p. 434) , Lynn 

Dearborn Bros. & Co., Union wharf, 
Priest, Brewer & Stone, 108 Oxford, 
ADAMS RUFUS, 87 High (see advt. p. 459), 

Newbnryport 
HATCH L. M. & SONS, Bartlett st. (see advt p. 

459), 
Shaw E. P., Commercial wharf, 
DAW BROTHERS, Second st. (see advt. p. 480), 

North Andover Depot, North Andover 
BECKETT BENJAMIN Jr., Raiboad ave. (see 

advt p. 459), Peabody 

BERRY A. W. (mason), Walnntst., near depot, 

(see advt. p. 459), 
CLARK MAYHEW S., Wallis, cor. Walnut (see 

advt. p. 463), 
LINEHAN JOHN (stone), 18 Foster (see advt. 

p. 461), 
TRASK E. D. & SON (masons), 109 Main (see 

advt p. 460) , 
TRASK J. ARTHUR, Walnut st. (see advt p. 

460), " 

Balcomb Henry W. 31 Liberty, Salem 

BATES & WHEELER (masons), 168 Derby (see 

advt. p. 419) ^^ 

BOUSLEY GEORGE E. (stair work), 62 North (see 

advt. front colored), 
BROWN THEODORE, 50 Central (see advt. p. 421) 
EDWARDS JESSE B. (building mover), 64 

Bridge (see advt. p. 17), 
HAMILTON & BALCOMB, 16 Lafayette (see 

advt. p. 420), 
HAMOND WILLIAM G. 149 Derby (see advt. p. 

421), 
HARRIS D. M. 88 North (see advt. p. 420), 
LOCKE MILTON P. (stair work), 65 North (see 

advt. p. 420), 
MORSE & POLLOCK, 215 Washington (see advt. 

p. 421) 
Parsons Joseph M. (mason work), 197 Wasbinfi^ton, 
PJNNOCK THOMAS G. (slate), 7 Dodge (see advt. 

p. 419), 
YOUNG THOMAS F. 65 North (see advt. p. 421), *' 



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EflSBX oocirrr dibeotobt. 



Conveyancers. 

Mead David, Danversport, Danvere 

Baker Ezra, 185 Union, Lynn 

IngallB Nathaniel, Essex st. 
Rogers 8. R. 8 Exchange, 
Silsbee & Stevens, 158 Union, 
Ward Benjamin A. 185 Union, 



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Coopers. 

(See oLao Barrel Manufacturers.) 
Andrews Oilman, 
Everdean John J. 18 Water, 
Friend Wm. S., Rowe sq. 
Marlin Joseph, Gilberfs wharf, 
Tuck A. H. 41 Commercial, 
Crane Samuel R., East Main st. 
O'Connor Edward, 8 Shattuck, 
Dawson James, Chestnut st. 
Bradley & Co. 
Farley Henry, 147 Derby, 
HILL & WRIGHT, 24 Cedar (see advt. front 

cover) , 
Rowell Edward F., Webb's wharf, 
SMITH WINCHESTER & CO. 14 to 21 Derby 

wharf (see advt. p. 428), 

Cooperage Stock. 

HILL & WRIGHT, 24 Cedar (see advt. front col- 
ored), Salem 

Coppersmiths. 

{See also Plumbers,) 

THOMPSON & COOMBS, 128 Essex (see advt. 

p. 480) , Lawrence 

Waters A. S. jr. 7 Franklin, Salem 

Cordage and Duck. 

{See also Twine and Line Makers,) 

FEARS GEORGE L. 49 Duncan (see advt. p. 

449), Gloucester 

ROWE E. L. 83 Water (see advt. p. 450), *« 

CROSS WM. H., Story's wharf (see advt. p. 449), 

East Gloucester, *' 
Chisholm Joseph, 264 Washington, Salem 



Cork Goods Manufacturers. 



Peirce G^o. A., rear 14 Park, 



Peabody 






OOBiaOE, BTO., SEmABS — OOIINTBT STORES. 123 

Cornice and Tinners' Shears. 

GALLAGHER MANUF. CO. 18 State (see advt. 
opp. p. 4), Lynn 

Corset Makers. 

Gate J. P. Mrs. (dealer in Madame Griswold's) 1 

Washington ave. Haverhill 

McNeil M. Mrs. 168 Essex, Salem 

Cotton Goods Manufacturers. 

ARLINGTON MILLS (see advt. p. 427), Lawrence 

Atlantic Cotton Mills, Joseph P. Batties, agent 

(sheetings and shirtings), ** 

Everett Mills, F. C. McDuffie, agent, Union, foot 

of Essex St. ** 

Lawrence Duck Company, Wm. A. Barrell, agent 

(cotton duck), " 

Pacific Mills, W. E. Parker, snpt. (prints and 

worsted) , " 

Pemherton Co., F. E. Clarke, agent (flannels, ticks, 

oottonades. ducks, etc.), ** 

Bepnblic Mills, E. C. Ellis & Co., Boston office, 82 

Chauncj', 83 Holly, " 

Washington Mills. Robert Scott, agent, ** 

Methoen Company, Osgood st. Methuen 

Ocean Mills, J. W. Wattles, agent (cotton flan- 
nels and sheetingR), Kent, cor. Monroe, Newburyport 
Peabody Mills, Geo. H. Clark, agent, " 

Victoria Mills, W. A. Stilts (sheetings and shirtings) , ^* 
Nanmkeag Steam Cotton Co. (shirtings and sheet- 
ings), Peabody, cor. Union, Salem 
Nevins Bagging Mills (jute bagging), Skerry st. 

and 81 English, «« 

HAMILTON WOOLEN CO. (print cloths and 

sheetings), Amesbury, Salisbury 

Cotton Seam Staying Manufacturer. 

SIBLEY GEORGE (for boot, shoe, box, and 
suspender makers), 196 Derby (see advt. p. 5), Salem 

Cough Drop Manufacturer. 

PEPPER GEORGE W. 4 Ehn (see advt. front 
colored) , Peabody 

Country Stores. 

Where is kept a general assortment of Dry (^oods. Gro- 
ceries, Agricultural Implements, Hardware, etc. Those 
dealing in only one kind of goods will be found under 
their appropriate headings. 



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Boxford 
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Country Stores j continuecL 
Holt T. A. & Co., Central st. 
Smith & Manning, Essex st. 
Greene & Woodlin, 
Haines F. G. <& Co. 
Burclistead John, 
Day I. F. 
Foster Horace, 
Howe Frederick A. 
Crosby John, 
Kimball N. T. & Co. 
Perry B. G. 
Bradstreet George F. 
Beal & Abbott, Maple, cor. Locust, 
Currier William M. 42 Maple, 
PERLEY A. P. <& CO. 2 Maple (see advt. p. 464), 
Richards D. & Son, High, cor. Elm, 
Brown David S. Danvers Centre, 

Mead & Webb, Danversport^ 

Merrjam O. P. TapleyvUle, 

Andrews Herbert P. Essex 

Burnham D. B. '< 

Dodge Henry F. " 

Marshall Joseph, '^ 

Richardson J. M. *^ 

Story Arthur D. " 

Bailey J. E., Little's block, Georgetown 

Boardman M. N. 



Ward Hill, 

Danvers 



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Donahue D. 

Kimball W. L. 

Porr S. T. 

Wheeler William S. 

Babson John L. 

Cape Ann Granite Co. 

Dustin db Sanders, 

Co-operative Store, 

Hopkinson &BoyDton, 

Pike W. T. 

Lucy & Lannen, 

Parker C. S. 

Parker E. P. 

Merrill George M. 

Norton Frank C. 

Nichols John B. 2d, East Haverhill, Haverhill 

Damon Curtis, Market st. Ipswich 

GOODHUE FRANK T. 60 South Main (see advt. 

p. 469), ** 

Jewett L K., Market st. «^ 

Lord Asa, Central st. « 



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Newell A . A. & Son, 


Lynnfield 


Bnssell F. P. 


Lynnfleld Centre, *^ 


Bullock BeDJamin S. 


Manchester 


Crafts & Hooper, 


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Knight Brothers, 


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Slade Thomas W. 


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Davis C. C. 


Merrimac 


Merrill <& Patten, 


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Rowell C. E. 


Merrimacport, ^^ 


Rowell I. 6. <Sb Co., Hampshire st. Methnen 1 1 


Wilkins Henry A. St Sons, 


Middleton 


Johnson T. Dexter, 


Nahant 


Floyd L. W. . 


Newbury 


Jolmson Daniel, 


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Lnnt Daniel,' 


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Caldwell John, 189 Merrimac, 


Newbury port 


Emery Josiah, 60 Federal, 


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Edwards & Linnell, 


North Andover 


Towns & Fuller, North Andover Depot, *' 


Hoyt John, 


Rockport 


Patch William H. 


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Story A. W. 


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Tarr Francis & Bro. 


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Thurston & Noble, 


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Boynton Bros. 


Rowley 


Boynton John, 


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Emerson T. W. 


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EimbaU Geo. 


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Prime D. N. & Sons, 


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Todd J. M. 


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Newhall Hitchings S. 


Saugus 


Raddin Hiram A. 


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Stocker VViUard H. 


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Sweeteer Chas A. 


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Whitehouse Joseph, 


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Weeks Franklin, 


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Hawkes M. B. 


East Saugus, ^^ 


Durgin Chas. E. 


Swampscott 


Holden Geo. H. & Co. 


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Kemp D. N. 


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Pettengill S. J. 


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Tucker Calvin, 


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Kimball William B. 


Topsfield 



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Country Stores^ continued. 
Poor J. B. 

Trowt A. D. <& W. F, 
Wyatt Geo. H. 
Bailey Henry T. 
Nason Geo. A. 
Whittier Geo. D. 



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Cracker Bakers. 

(See aUo BaJcers.) 

KENT & BRUCE (wholesale), 285, 287 and 289 
Lowell (see advt. p. 482), Lawrence 

Fitz & Martin, 1 George, Lynn 

PEARSON JOHN & SON, Pearson wharf (see 
advt. p. 459), Newburyport 

Stowe V. C. & Son, 52 Derby, Salem 

Crockery, China, Glass, and Earthen Ware. 

Cammett G. 15 Main, Amesbary 

MoEnight J. W., Cabot st. Beverly 

PERLEY A. P. A CO. 2 Maple (see advt. p. 464) , 

Danvera 
John Ellen Mrs., Holten st 
Bailey J. E. 

Hartwell S. S. 118 Main, 
Haskell Benjamin & Sons, 288 
Davis F. E. 1 Court, 
Drury F. A. 74 Merrimack, 
Tucker E. F. 132 and 184 Merrimack, 
GOODHUE FRANK T. 60 South Main (see advt 

p. 469) , Ipswich 

Newman M., South Main st. *^ 

Dow J. C. & Co. 860 Essex, Lawrence 

French, Puffer & Co. 528 Essex, 
Leyboume John, 94 Essex, 
Martin D. N. & C. M. 195 and 197 Essex, 
SIMPSON JAMES R. & CO. 343 Essex (see advt. 

p. 433), 
Wood Duncan, 499 Essex, 
Folsom L. C, Munroe, cor. Central ave. 
Gordon E. H. 71 Market, 
Harwood G. F. 15 Central ave. 
Larrabee & Hall, 1 and 3 Summer, 
Osborne & Co. 25 to 29 Market sq. 
Stevens F. B. 75 Market, 
THE L. A. MAY CO. 137 and 141 Union (see 

advt. p. 11), 
Arlington W. B. Marblehead 



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Master Geo. E. 

Power D. B. H. & Co. 

FoBter N. & T. 26 State, 

Moolton Joseph, 41 State, 

Osgood Edwin, 24 Market sq. 

Eicbardson N. Jr. 6 Main, 

Smitii L. E. 

Fuller Geo. W. 275 Essex, 

Hines F. C. 248 Essex, 

Perry William F. 87 Washington, 

Wadleigh & Morse, 81 North, 

Simonds A. E. 32 Front, 

Osgood Edwin W., Market sq. 

Stevens B. L., Market sq. 



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Curers and Smokers of Fish. 

LANE SAMUEL & BRO. 22 Vincent (see advt. 

front colored) , Gloncester 

Low Brainard (fish), 4 Main, ^^ 

Shnte & Merchants, Park st " 

Wonson W. H. & Son, Parker st. East Gloncester, ^* 

Curriers. 

{See also Tcmnere and Ourriere.) 
Learoyd A. 

Clark C. G. A Co. 156 Broad, 
SPITZER JOvSEPH, 89 Harbor, 
Brown Peter, Hardy st. 
Brown Riifus H., Walnat st, 
Carroll Thomas, Grove st. * 

Cook Merritt, Foster st. 
Femald Luther & Co., Foster st. 
Frost John, rear 138 Main, 
Harrington Chas. & Co., Walnat at 
Jackman T. H., George st. 
Jacobs B. & A. N., Foster st. 
Lord John A. Jr., Walnut st. 
Lowd & Baxton, Foster st. 
Messer A. A., Wallis st. 
Nelson Phillip T., Crowninshield st. 
Nelson & Merrill, Foster st. 
Osbom Frank jr. & Co., Foster st. 
Osbom George M. & Co., Crowninshield st. 
O'Shea John & Brothers, Grove st. 
Perkins N., Walnut st. 
Pinder & Winchester, 152 Main, 
Poor J. H., Foster st. 
Poor L. & G. H., Wallis st. 



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Curriers^ continued. 

Proctor Thomas E., Webster st. Peabody 

RICHARDSON, DOYLE & CO., Walnut st. " 

Southwick S. A., Grove st. " 
Symonds Robert, Spring st. 
Tigh Charles H., Railroad ave. 
Wiley & Poor, 89 Foster, 

Wilson W. A H. P., Crowninshield st. " 

Austin Joseph L., Goodhue st. Salem 
Barry William E. 8 Buffhm, 
Conway John H., rear 69 Mason, 
Crocker & Brown, rear Mason st. 

CuUiton John, rear 91 Mason, ^' 

Dal ton Joseph A. 53 Mason, ^' 

Driscoll J., Beach st. ^^ 

Dagan James, 50 Grove, , ^^ 

Egan Patrick D., rear 91 Mason, ^^ 

Evans A. A.'s Sods, rear 9 Mason, *^ 

Frye William H. 57 Mason, " 
Gibney John, Beach st. 
Harrington Charles & Co. 28 Boston, 
Harrington L. B. 428 Essex, 

Haskell Daniel C. & Co. 69 Mason, ^' 

Lambert Porter, rear Mason st. ^' 

Looney John, Pope's court, rear 57 Boston, ^^ 

Looney Michael, 65 Mason, ^^ 

Mack Edward C, foot of Bufftim st. <* 

Muhling Robert, foot of Bnfibm st. <^ 

Nichols William F., estate of, Nichols st. *^ 

O'Calahan Timothy, 27 Beach, " 

O'Shea Michael, Buffuii st. ^' 

Parshley & Stone, 14 Franklin, " 

Perkins John H. 59 Boston, '^ 

Perkins Joseph S. 59 Boston, ** 

Putoam George F. 65 Boston, *^ 

Reynolds Francis, 45 Irving, '' 

RUey James & Son, 8 Goodhue, *^ 

Robinson Mathew, 12 Goodhue, '^ 

Tuttle F. R. & Co., rear 28 Boston, " 

Varney George W., rear 44 Boston, ** 

Walden Joseph F. 46 Boston, «^ 

William U. R., rear 44 Boston, " 

Curriers' Grease Manufacturers. 

Towns Q. A. (extractor of grease) , 8 to 12 Beach, Lynn 

Bancroft Geo. W., Goldthwaite court, Peabody 

Houston G. S., Upton st. << 

LYNN MATTHEW, Crowninshield st. (see advt. 

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Rust Eldridge, rear of Wailis st. Feabodj 

Winslow W, H. & Co. 6 Prospect, " 

Curriers' Machines Manufacturer. 

McKEEN BENJAMIN (putting oat machine) , 19 
Caller (see advt. opp. p. 5), Peabody 

Curriers' Soap Manufacturer. 

BURBECK JOSEPH N., Grove st. (see advt. p. 
460), Peabody 

Curriers' Tables. 

BECKETT BENJAMIN Jr., RaUroad ave. (see 
advt. p. 459), Peabody 

Curriers' Tools. 

Frennd Frederick, 181 Boston, Salem 

Grant J. B. 51 Boston, 

MARTIN WILLIAM F. (glassing machine), 25 
Dean (see advt. p. 423), 

Cutlery. 

{See also Hardware.) 

BROWN J. F. (pocket), 102 Merrimack (see 
advt. p. 454), 

Cutters and Dies. 

Gardner Charles M., rear 150 Washington, 

Hart Thomas F. 80 Washington, 

Knox David, Oxford st. 

MURPHY <Sb CHAPMAN, 15 and 17 Raikoad ave. 

(see advt. p. 488), 
ROBINSON H. 88 Oxford (see advt. p. 437), 

Cutting Board and Block Manufacturers. 

Forsyth Wm., foot of Commercial st. Lynn 

MARSHALL J. O. & SON, 158 Broad (see advt. 

p. 435), " 

OLIVER WILLIAM, 50 Almont (see advt. p. 434), '* 
Parker J. A. 9 Slate, " 

Bowden Thomas J. & Son, Marblehead 

Dairy Utensils. 

FELLOWS C. H. <Sb CO. 31 Merrimack (see advt. 
p. 454), Haverhill 

Damper Regulators Manufacturers. 

Locke Brothers, 17 St. Peter, Salem 



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Dash and Fender Stitchers. 

ALDRICH C. W., Elm st. (see advt. p. 470), Amesbury 
WHITTIERP. C. (see advt. p. 466), " 



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Decorative Art Rooms. 

O'Gonnell Gertie Miss, 299 Essex, 
Summers M. A. Miss, 228 Essex, 

Dentists. 

Blake J. E. 11 Main, 
Brown A. T. 84 Main, 
Gilbert Charles H., Draper's block, 
Dudley E. B., Cabot st. 
Eames 6. F., Cabot st. 
Hood C. O. 140 Cabot, 
Swasey O. F., Masonic block, 
Stevens F. J. 
* Tenney A. R., Maple st. 
White C. H., Porter's block, Maple st. 
Whittle Thomes, 5 Little's block, Main 
Dennett John P. 156 Main, 
Pomeroy W. H. 196 Main, 
Tuck George O. 174 Main, 
Corliss H. D., East Main st East 

Andrews E. W. 46 Merrimack, 
Cyr Joseph, 69 Merrimack, 
Howard A. H., Tilton's Hall, Main st. 
Kief W. H. 69 Merrimack, 
Mitchell G. E. 25 Merrimack, 
Riley J. 86 Winter, 
Russell W. W. 16 Merrimack, 
Sellers William, 8 Merrimack, 
Soule W. D. 14 Main, 
Towle G. F., Odd Fellows' building, 
Wales H. E. 82 Merrimack, 
Stock well F. H., Central st. 
Wells J. B., Central st. 
Austin Joseph, 839 Essex, 
Bevington F. W. 291 Essex, 
Brande C. D. <& M. E. 228 Essex, 
Elliott G. B. 307 Essex, 
Emerson George F. 373 Essex, 
Howland A. W. 283 Essex, 
Kershaw C. A. 299 Essex, 
Kidder J. H. 299 Essex, 
LeDuke G. W. 489 Essex, 
Partridge C. W. 461 Essex, 
Porter David T. 258 Essex, 



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Robinson W. P. 431 Essex, 


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Russell N. B. 537 Essex, 


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Sewall Jotbam, 18 Soutb Broadway, 


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Slack W. F. 467 Essex, 


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Truell H. E. 271 Essex, 


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Aspinwall C. L., Market, oor. Tremont, 


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Aspinwall J. 95 Union, 


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Brock E. H. 6 Soutb Common, 


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FrizzeU & Williams, Lee Hall, City Hall 


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Gammon N. 33^ Market, 


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Lamkin W. M. 98 Market, 


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Macalaster 0. P. 64 Liberty, 


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Merrill P. C. 66 Market, 


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Madge A. B. 87 j Market, 


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Percival Benjamin, 7 Silsbee, 


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Percival Benjamin jr. 7 Silsbee, 


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Rideoat Leon, 34 Market, 


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Thompson E. J. 17 Market, 


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Verge W. J. 52 Market, 


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Warren C. E. 132 Union, 


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Hoyt Claudius L. 


Manchester 


FrizzeU & WUliamn, 


Marblehead 


Laskey P. B. 


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Merrill W. W. 


Merrimac 


Brown J. M. 62 State, 


Newburyport 


Delano N. H. 48 State, 


44 


Emery Samuel E. 54 State, 


44 


Noyea George J. L., Beck st. 


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Noyes Williams H. 12 Essex, 


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Doyle U. C. 14 Main, 


Peabody 


Gray W. 0., Warren Bank building, 


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Hazelton J. W., Main st. 


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Wright C. S- 8 Allen's block. 


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Lowe George A., Haskins' block, 


Rockport 


Batcbelder J. H., 137 Washington, 


Salem 


Bates Fred. G. 223 Essex, 


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Bates William M. 81 Washington, 


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Buxton Charles A. 246^ FiSsex, 


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Dudley Albion M. 223 Essex, 


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Harwood C. H. 208^ Essex, 


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Holbrook Joseph E. 136 Essex, 


44 


Meriam H. C. 257 FiSsex, 


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Newhall A. T. 214J Essex, 


44 


Peach Phillip H. 233 Essex, 


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Porter Warren, 237 Essex, 


44 


Richards E. Osgood, 195 Essex, 


44 


Robbins J. 226| Essex, 


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Swasey Conner B. 185 W ashington, 


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Collins Hiram, Market st. Amesbury, Salisbury 



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Dentists^ corUiniied. 

Gilman E. C. 3 Market Amesbury, Salisbury 

Webber J. 8. East Saugus, Saugus 

Merrill Wm. W. West Newbury 

Detectives (Private). 

CRABTREE B. C. 170 Chatham, Lynn 

'National Detective Service, Geo. L. Seavey, prin., 
City Hall sq. 

Die Makers. 

Gardener Charles M. 148 to 152 Washington, Haverhill 

Sheldon E., Mechauics court, 

MURPHY & CHAPMAN, 15 and 17 Railroad ave. 

(see advt. p. 438), 
ROBINSON H. 38 Oxford (see advt. p. 437), 

Distiller of Coal Tar and Coal Tar Product. 



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THAYER EDWARD S. 165 Derby, Salem 

Distillers (N. E. Rum). 

Caldwell A. & 6. J. 178 Merrimac, 

Dog Doctors. 

PAGE G. A. 92 Broad (see advt. p. 440), 

Dog Raisers. 

O'Connor L.J. (fancy). 

Door Plates. 

SISSON ALBERT H. 59 Central are. (see advt. p. 
442), Lynn 

Doors, Sashes, and Blinds. 

{See also Planing Mills; also Moulding Mills.) 

Cammett Gustavus (dealer) , Amesbury 

PUTNAM & POPE (see advt. p. 468), Beverly 

Babson Fitz J. Jr. 275 Main, 
Hawes & Jenks, 96 and 98 River, 
Hoyt & Taylor, 152 Merrimack, 
Quimby Henry & Son, 43 Merrimack, 
BRIGGS & ALLYN MANUF. CO. 600 Essex, Lawrence 
Dustin William L., Essex Yard, ^^ 

McCarthy E. a., Essex Yard, " 

Mellen George W., Essex Yard, ** 

Webster J. N. & CO., rear 626 Essex, " 

FRAZIER I. <& SON, 21 Andrews (see advt. p. 

436) , Lynn 



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Hatchinson W. Henry (dealer), 51 Manroe, Lynn 

MARSHALL J. O. & SON (doors and sashes), 

158 Broad (see advt. p. 435), ** 

Noarse Daniel E. & Son (dealers), 136 Union, 
Potter B. & Sons, 24 Beach, 
Sargent <& Currier, 
Blake & Noyes, 48 Me^rimac, 
Creasey J. B. <& Co. 3 Water, 
Cutter F. E. 3 Mechanics' court, 
Davis Green, 38 and 40 Merrimac, 
Hardy Brothers, 9 and 11 Washington, 
Kimball John E., rear of Carpenter st. 
Prime Frank H. 10 Front, 
Skinner B, Jr. 40 Central, 



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Door Springs. 

M0K8E & POLLOCK (agents for the Norton 
door check and springs), 215 Washington (see 
advt. p. 421), ^ Salem 

Door and Window Screens. 

Longley C. M., rear 190 Merrimack, Haverhill 



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Drain Pipe and Tile. 

Lawrence Charles A. 

Ober Phillip E. (drain pipe manof.), 

Smith E. L. 221 Main, Gloucester 

FELLOWS C. H. & CO. 81 Merrimack (see advt. 

p. 454), Haverhill 

HANSCOM BROTHERS, 30 Main (see advt. p. 

453), 
Trefethen & Co. (drain pipe manuf.), Sargent sq. 
THE L. A. MAY CO. 137 and 141 Union (see 

advt. p. 11), Lynn 

Whittredge J. L. 17 Beach, " 

Sargent & Carrier, Merrimac 

TRASK J. ARTHUR, Walnut st. (see advt. p. 

460) , Peabody 

Parsons Joseph M. 197 Washington, Salem 

Smith L. A. & Co. 248 Bridge, '' 



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Pool H. F. 5 Market, Lynn 

Gale Samuel, Marblehead 

TRASK J. ARTHUR, Walnut st. (see advt. p. 

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^ Dressmakers. 

(See also MiUiners.) 

Drake Angle M. 88 Main, 

Kent William Mrs. 

Williams Carrie, 

Ramsdell M. L. Mrs., Main st. 

Robertson R. G. Miss, 88 Essex, 

Glines M. E. Mrs. 146 Cabot, 

Goodwin A. V., Cabot st. 

Gott M. J., Dane st. 

Heron H. O. Mrs. 10 Dane, 

Riddle George Mrs., Cabot st. 

Thissell Emma F. Miss, Verty st 

Moulton O. Mrs., Locust st. 

Williams G. H., Locust st. 

Howe A. G. 

Dwinnell H. E. Mrs. 

Haskell Annie Miss, 

Hoyt M. E. Mrs. 

Cooper Nellie Miss, 114 Main, 

Fleming Lydia, 84 Friend, 

Morgan A. E. Mrs. 97 Main, - 

Palmer F. Mrs. 220 Main, 

Poole Nancy J., Middle st. 

Smothers Abby, 5 Franklin sq. 

Whittle Mary, 12 Smith, 

Atkinson A. A. Miss, 81 How, 

Barrows M. A. Mrs. 88 Merrimack, 

Bergerson Theodore, 47 Essex, 

Bodkins Mary, 78 Essex, 

Brackett M. A. Mrs. 176 Merrimack, 

Brown S. E. Mrs. 108 Winter, 

Carr A. B. Mrs. 216 Washington, 

Carr K. E. Miss, 16 Merrimack, 

Champion M. E. Mrs. 82 Merrimack, 

Edgerley Jennie, 47 Water, 

Farnsworth H. L. Mrs. 118 Merrimack, 

Gilman A. S. Miss, 46 Merrimack, 

Gould C. F. Mrs. 37 Main, 

Harriman J. Mrs., Odd Fellow's building, 

Hersey M. Mrs. 98^ Merrimack, 

Jordan A. A. Mrs. 186 Merrimack, 

Kimball M. M. 46 Water, 

Mathews M. A. Mrs. 30 How, 

Lermond Mrs. 66 Winter, 

McNeal L. S. Mrs. 56 How, 

Norris S. E. Mrs. 88 Merrimack, 

Ordway M. B. Miss, 19 Water, 



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Pay son Fanny J. 51 Water, 


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Rose A. J. Miss, 36 Locust, 


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Rowe G. W. Mrs. 40 Main, 


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Sneiy M. Miss, 94 Merrimack, 


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Suesman S. £. Miss, 83 Merrimack, 


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Tilton A. M. 180 Merrimack, 


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Titcomb S. A. Mrs. 29 Merrimack, 


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Twombly M. J. 10 How, 


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Watts S. M. 112 WiDter, 


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Williams E. F. Miss, 8 Water, 


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Hardy L. M. Mrs. 


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Kinsman B. D. Miss, 


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Allen T. E. Miss, 160 South Broadway, 


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Andrews E. B. Miss, 8 Tremont, 


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Armitage M. & M. J. 166 Essex, 


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Bartlett Etta A. Miss, 423 Essex, 


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Bernard R. Mrs. 162 Hampshire, 


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Bean Kate Miss, 78 Hampshire, 


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Carlisle M. Mrs. 263 Essex, 


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Carpenter L. A. Mrs. 206 Essex, 


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Clark L. Miss, 467 Essex, 


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Clendenin A. A. 299 Essex, 


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Cooper Annie S. 189 Essex, 


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Chipman Anna Miss, 128 Essex, 


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Qark H. M. Mrs. 38 Morton, 


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Colby E. J. 439 Essex, 


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Cousins C. M. Mrs. 194 Water, 


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Cowperthwaite E. J. & A. L. 495 Broadway, 


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Crane A. Miss, 6 South Broadway, 


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Dailey Ella A. Mrs. 47 Garden, 


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Dugan Tiizzie Miss, 79 Broadway, 


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Dnnlap S. A. Mrs. 107 Concord, 


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Duggan Ann Miss, 97 Common, 


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Flathers M. S. Mrs. 200 Water, 


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Foley Ann Mrs. 200 Oak, 


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Fellows A. L. Mrs. 34 Arlington, 


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Forbes F. A. 423 Essex, 


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Goodwin & Piper, 301 Essex, 


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Greeley E. C. 39 Appleton, 


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Grenier H. Mrs. 173 Valley, 


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Hatch G. L. Mrs. 62 Newbury, 


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Hart S. E. Miss, 37 Union, 


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Hill S. A. Mrs. 267 Essex, 


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Hoale A. & E. 379 Common, 


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Howard Mary J. Miss, 184 Essex, 


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Jameson Emma Mrs. 413 Common, 


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Jean 0. & Co, 421 Essex, 


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Jones H. D. Mrs. 417 Essex, 


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Dressmakers^ continued, 
Joabert Louise, 105 Broadway, 
Kennedy 8. C. Miss, 169 Chestnut, 
Laport A. W. Mrs. 263 Essex, 
Larkin M. Miss^ 69 Chestnut, 
Leary Margaret Miss, 202 Oak, 
Loomis Rose C. Mrs. 461 Essex, 
Lowney J. T. Mrs. 349 Essex, 
McCarthy Lizzie A. Miss, 167 Hampshire, 
McClure S. D. 271 Essex, 
McCormiek Mary A. Miss, 100 Hampshire, 
McHugb Mary, 76 Hampshire, 
Mitchell A. M. Miss, 228 Essex, 
Morrison S. E. Miss, 49 Cedar, 
Mulholland Patrick, 146 Hampshire, 
Murphy J. E. Miss, 246 Essex, 
Murphy Wilda Miss, 228 Essex, 
Nelson Rose Mrs. 102 South Broadway, 
Nowell S. A. Mrs. 417 Essex, 
O'Sullivan Ellen A. 852 Hampshire, 
Otis L. Mrs. 461 Essex, 
Pendergast Margaret Miss, 71 Oak, 
Rich N. C. Miss, 448 Essex, 
Ryder Alice M. 206 Essex, 
Seaver D. C. Mrs. 82 Jackson, 
Sheldon L. L. Miss, 70 Bradford, 
Smith E. L. Miss, 404 Broadway, 
Steams A. W. & Co. 309 & 311 Essex, 
Stewart M. Miss, 246 Essex, 
Tevlin Eate Miss, 489 Essex, 
Tolman & Jordan, 181 Essex, 
Trickey Clara Mrs. 228 Essex, 
Wheelock L. J. Miss, 17 Green, 
Whyte M. A. 41 J Haverhill, 
Wingate W. L. Mrs. 180 Essex, 
Avery S. Mrs., Federal st. 
Beckford C. E. 104 Essex, 
Birch M. Mrs. 9 South Common, 
Blodgett J. Miss, 33J Market, 
Brown C. A. Mrs. 69 Willow, 
Clapp E. B. M. 8 South Common, 
Coffee R. F. Mrs. 15 Peari, 
Colbath H. H. Mrs. 46 Market, 
Cushman & Pike Misses, 71 Broad, 
Davis M. P. Mrs. 4 Brimblecomb, 
Disbrow M. Mme. 26 Franklin, 
Dow A. L. Miss, 1 7 Market, 
Eaton H. Miss, 15 Summer, 
Felch Emma, 102 Munroe, 



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Gifford W. B. & Co. 77 and 79 Market, 
Gould A. T. 71 Broad, 
Graham M. B. Mrs. 214 Essex, 
Grover H. E. Mrs. 32 Sbepard, 
Hall £. Belle, 26 Market, 
Hatch O. 57 Pleasant, 
Howard L. E. 4 Estes, 
Hutchins E. J. Miss, 60 Union, 
Hutchins M. Mrs. 30 Friend, ^ 
Johnson £. C. M. 8 North Common, 
Eelley P. A. Miss, 126 Central ave. 
Eingslow J. G. 38 Pearl, 
Lord J. S. 81 Chestnut, 
Maguire Sarah Mrs. 24 Cottage, 
Mann L. A. 115 Union, 
Megguire E. A. 71 Broad, 
Melvin Nellie C. 55 Andrews, 
Menke I. N. 10 City Hall sq. 
Morse R. F. Mrs. 40 Market, 
Parker I. N. Miss, 45^ Market, 
Parrott L. J. & H. C. 86 Broad, 
Perkins A. J. Mrs. 11 Sheppard, 
Phillips E. F. 3 Park sq. 
Proctor L. M. Miss, 87 Union, 
Seavey R. E. Mrs. 24 Market, 
Stevens G. E. Mrs. 29^ Market, 
Stevens J. A. Mrs. 34 Pearl, 
Whittier S. L. Mrs. 30 Market, 
Wiswell Sarah T. 71^ Market, 
Woods A. 128 Central ave. 
Conner J. Nellie, 
Hamilton T. K. 
Simons Olive, 
Smith Laura, 
Stevens Norah M. 
Berthiaume Josephine, Broadway, 
Harris Sarah F. Mrs., Broadway, 
Alexander W. Mrs. 45 State, 
Armitage Katie Mrs. 38 Milk, 
Bailey Nancy W. 298 High, 
Colby Mary V. 58 Lime, 
Creasey Emma S. Miss, 175 High, 
Davis Caroline W. Mrs. 53 Pleasant, 
Feich J. 216 Merrimac, 
Goodwin A. A. Mrs. 10 Marlboro, 
Haskell J. G., Monroe st. 
Lord Kate L. 23 Purchase, 
Lnnt J. C. Mrs. 157 Merrimac, 
Osgood Hattie E., Pleasant st. 



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Dressmakers^ continued. 
Silloway I. H. 14 Fruit, Newburyport 

Tappan Laura E. 16 Milk, ." 

Whitmore Lizzie B. 16 Titcomb, 
Blunt Lois Miss, 
Coggswell Susan L. Mrs. 
Brown Nellie Miss, 61 Lowell, 
Carlton Mary Etta Miss, Endicott st. 
Gate Alice A. Miss, 69 Lowell, 
Cockburn Annie F. Miss, Main st. 
Daniels Abbie F. Miss, 82 Washington, 
Delory Joseph Mrs., Walnut, cor. Fulton, 
Evans Carrie E. Miss, Central st. 
Ferren Cora A. Miss, 89 Endicott, 
Lane Martha H. 16 Kosciusko, 
Murphy Katie Mrs. 94 Main, 
Murphy & Blake Misses, 94 Main, 
Pope M. C. Miss, 64 Lowell, 
Hodgkins B. Mrs. 
Aborn Rebecca Miss, 90 Federal, 
ALMY, BIGELOW & WEBBER, 188 Essex, 
Andrews Minnie, 90 Federal, 
Bartlett M. W. Mrs. 32 St. Peter, 
Birmingham & Costello, rear 166 Essex, 
Blake Mary M. Mrs. 109 Boston, 
Cann S. A. 14 Lynde, 
Chandler Lucinda B. Mrs. 22 Osbom, 
Chipman Jennie Mrs. 110 Salem, 
Clark Julia & Sarah Misses, 166 Federal, 
Clarke Elizabeth D. Miss, 16 Putnam, 
Coleman Celia Miss, 12 Porter, 
Conant Annie R. Mrs. 138 Essex, 
Conant A. R. Mrs. 291 Essex, 
CookS. E. Mrs. 21 Harbor, 
Crain A. D. Miss, 36 Pleasant, 
Delphy Esther L. Mrs. 9 Peabody, 
Devine Elizabeth & Margaret Misses, 31 Norman, 
Dimond Abigail Miss, 14 Sewell, 
Dodge L. F. Miss, 1 Central, 
Dorris Anna Mrs. 2 Ropes, 
Fanning Sarah Mrs. 64 Boston, 
Fay Annie <& Bridget, rear 383 Essex, 
Gould M. E. Miss, 113 Essex, 
Griffin E. F. Mrs., rear 287 Essex, 
Haskell Emma Miss, 2 St. Peter, 
Hodgdon KUen M. Mrs. 36 North, 
Hook Dora F. Miss, 33 Charter, 
Jameson L Miss, 261 Essex, 
Johnson Miss, 3 Central, 



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Rust Julia F. 246^ Essex, 


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Tyler L. Mrs. 115 Boston, 


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Very L. A. Mrs. 42 English, 


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Wadleigh E. S. 12 Beckford, 


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Ward Louisa H. Mrs. 17 St. Peter, 


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Wells M. Mrs. 291 Essex, 


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CUBWEN CHARLES F., Liberty, cor. 


Derby 


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(See also Apothecaries.) 




Endioott Robert R., Cabot st. 


Beverly 


Bateman Lewis H., Little's block. 


Georgetown 


Metcalf Geo. L. (bot.) 


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Bagley C. R., Washington st., cor. Haverhill ave. 




Haverhill 


Bailey Thomas H. 23 Merrimack, 




Barrows Albert C, Main, cor. Court, 




Conner W. H., Washington, cor. High st. 




Emersion Chas. B. 2 Merrimack, 




Fellows Willis M., Winter, cor. Emerson, 




Flynn M. F. 143 Merrimack, 




Frothingham & Underbill, 1 Washington sq. 




Howe R. C, Winter, cor. Pleasant, 





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Longfellow & Co., Merrimack, cor. Main, Haverhill 

Pollard & Watson, cor. Washington st. and Wash- 
ington sq. 

Swan Frank C. 130 Merrimack, 

Parker Fred L. 

WILLS JOHN, 60 State, 

Barton Gardner, 124 Essex, 

Brooks William A. 29 Lafayette, 

Fitz</erald Brothers & Co. 137 Essex, 

Griffin J. J. 124 Boston, 

Hathaway Charles W. 137 Essex, 

Holbrook & Co. 136^ Essex, 

Ingersoll Nathaniel B. 267 Essex, 

NICHOLS THOMAS B. 189 Essex, cor. Central 
(see advt. over Calendar) , 

North Salem Drug Store, 110 North, 

PRICE C. H. & J. (wholesale and retail), 226 
Essex (see advt. fVont colored), 

Ropes Geo. F. <& Co. 214 Essex, 

Stickney Geo. A. D. 125 Essex, 

TUDBURY J. T. 410 Essex, 

Upton Jesse F. 80 Boston, 



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Barker Geo. T. & Co., Main st. 
Briggs J. W. 8 to 12 Main, 
Childs Edward A., Main st. 
Trussell E. C. 

Holt T. A. & Co., Central st. 
Endicott Robert R., Cabot st. 
Morse J. L., Masonic block, 
Stanley John W. 182 Cabot, 
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Andrews Geo. A. 

Bailey Jos. E. 

Bateman A. P., Little's block, 

Hobson C. A. 

Keniston E. 

Allen Frederick, 170 Main, 

Babson N. & Co. 117 Main, 

Calef John C. & Co. 83 and 85 Main, 

Friend E. G. jr. 160 Main, 

Mason Charles A. 274 Main, 

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Pattillo Alexander, 122 Main, 


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Pettigrew James & Co. 90 Main, 


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Parsons Annie R. Mrs., East Main st. 




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Jackson Bros. 


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Hardy Ellen M. Mrs. 


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Brooks Brothers, 20 and 22 Merrimack, 


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Deacon & Niblock, 107 and 109 Merrimack, '^ 


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Hankins F. G. 84 Merrimack, '' 

Jacobs B. H. 40 Merrimack, ^^ 

Jacobs F. W. & Sons, 87, 89 and 41 Merrimack, ^^ 

Mitchell & Co. 80 Merrimack, '' 

Nealley G. K. & Co. 62 Merrimack, '* 

Rhodes C. N. 54 Merrimack, ^^ 

Stuart, Hemming, Lyall & Co. 28 Main, ^^ 

Cogswell E. & Sons, Sooth Main st Ipswich 

Lord W. E., North Main st. " 

Russell W. S., Market st. ^^ 

Adams H. G. 169 Essex, Lawrence 

Copps M. W. & Co. 823 Essex, " 

Cross R. M. & Co. 247 Essex, '' 

Greenwood J. & Co. 177 Essex, '^ 

Jennings John A. 84 Ha&pshire, 

Eiley Bros. 885 Essex, 

Nelson Rose Miss, 102 South Broadway, 

Oswald William & Co. 229 to 285 Essex, 

Riddcll S. S. 515 Essex, 

Sharon Brothers, 419 Essex, ^* 

Sharpe A. & Co. 218 and 215 Essex, '' 

Smith J. C. B. 196 Essex, " 

Sneil S. F. 813 Essex, 

Spofford A. A. 155 and 157 Esdex, 

Stearns A. W. & Co. 809 and 811 Essex, ^^ 

Sykes John, 96 Oak, 

Truell Bryon & Co. 249 Essex, 

Burrill C. M. Miss, 89 Broad, Lynn 

Borrows J. E. 118 and 122 Union, ** 

Chase S. M. & Co. 248 Chestnut, '' 

Clark M. J. 65 Chestnut, 

Farley J. S. 78 Union, 

Gallagher T. 20 Ireson, 

Giflford W. B. & Co. 77 and' 79 Market, 

Gurney L. J. 106 Munroe, 

Hassett John L. 10 Federal, 






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Magrane P. B. 155 and 157 Market, 
Nickerson Mary H. 97 Essex, 
Perkins & Rogers, 126 Union, 
Spalding R. A. & Co. 7 and 9 Market, 
Spinney and Richardson, 70 Summer, 
Weinbnrg S. J. 20 Market, 
Wyzanski Solomon, 16 Market, 
Yoang A. C. 13 Market sq 
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Allen George F. 

Bessom Robert H. 

Evans & Wadden, 

Graves G. P. 

Marden R. F. 

Thayer Samuel R. 

Tucker Thomas W. 

Lang A. M. 

Nowell M. S. Mrs. 

Holman S. L., Broadway, 

Rowell I. G. & Co., Hampshire st. 

Atkinson Charles £. 5 Pleasant, 

Brown Moses, 46 State, 

Caldwell John, 189 Merrimac, 

Johnson W. A. 56 State, 

Lake N. B. 12 State, 

Levey & Co. 30 State, 

Plummer George H. 70 State, 

Plummer Henry C. 59 State, 

Questrom A. P., Water st. 

Robertson & Drummond, 22 Pleasant, 

Brown J. G., Water st, 

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Bresnahan P. E. 136 Washington, 

Russell C. E. 42 Main, 

Sawyer William F. 48 Main, 

Butuam Grafton, Main, cor. Beach, 

Colby W. H. 24 Main, 

Dennan William N., Broadway ave. 

RoweU H. A. 

Poole J. J. Mrs. 

Hale Clara, 

Abbott Joseph C. 202 Essex, 

ALMY, BIGELOW <& WEBBER, 188 Essex, 

Conrad David, 181 and 183 Essex, 

COUSINS FRANK, 170, 172 and 174 Essex, 

Dix Asa C. 256 Essex, 

Feenan Mary Miss (fancy) , 49 Harbor, 

Hill R. 263 Essex, 



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Pawley James, 72 Derby, 

Peabody John P. 227 and 229 Essex, 

Pond J. A. 25 Lafayette, 

Price Benjamin B. 277 Essex, 

Poncbard E. F. Miss, 76 Federal, 

Shepard S. D. & Co. 173 Essex, 

Tuttle Francis W. & Co. 208 Essex, 

Weeks Wm. R. 185 and 187 Essex, 

Osgood Edwin W. 

Gilbert George E. 

Lindsey Benjamin J. 

Messer J. P. Mrs. 

Bartlett Elizabeth, 

Flanders Sarah P. 



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LANE SAMUEL & BRO. 22 Vincent (see advt. 
front colored) , Gloucester 

Dryers of Fish. 

Gloucester Fish Drying Association, C. H. Pease, 
pres., John K. Dustin, jr., secy. Gloucester 

Duck Preserver. 

Nelson Chresten (for vessels' sails) 807 Main, Gloucester 

Dyestuffs, Drugs, etc. 

(See cUso Druggists.) 

Highfield Chemical Works, Lee, Blackman A Co., 
office 187 High, Boston, 

Dyers. 

Crowe C. W. 251 Main, Gloucester 

Calderwood James, rear 42 and 44 Merrimack, Haverhill 
Haverhill Steam Dye House, John Manners, 86 

Merrimack, *' 

Bay State Dye House, E. W. Gould & Co., props. 

164 Essex, Lawrence 

Essex Dye Works, Wm. Stuart & Co., props. 15 

Vine, 
Trees J. T. 478 Essex, 
Barrett's Dye House and Steam Laundry, 66 Broad, 

Washington sq. Lynn 

Johnson George H. 163 Market, 
Lewando's French Dye House, 8 Market, 
SIMMS F. A. 150 Market (see advt. p. 441), 
Tufts A. M. 6 Charter, Newburyport 

Danvers Bleachery, Foster st Peabody 









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DyerSj continued. 
Lake C. H. & Co. 12 Osborne, Salem 

SALEM AND ESSEX DYE HOUSE, H. E. Gor- 
don & Son, 51 North (see advt. p. 426), ^' 

Earthen Ware Manufacturers. 

{See also Pbtteriea.) 

Lawrence Charles A., Federal st. Beverly 

Sullivan J. 99 Railroad, Lawrence 

Paige M. B., Central st. Feabody 

Easels. 



SHAW X. H. & SON, 283 Essex (see advt. ft>ont 



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Eating Houses. 

{See aUo ScUoont.) 

Couch Albert, 27 Main, 

Davis Elijah, 13 Main, 

Carey C. H., Railroad ave. 

Currier O. B. 138 Cabot, 

MURPHY CORNELIUS, 50 Pleasant (see advt. p. 

464), 
Murphy Jeremiah, Railroad ave. 
Sisson Charles F., Rantoul st. 
Trafton D. L., Railroad ave. 

KELMAN W. W. 27 Maple (see advt. p. 12), Danvers 
Andrews Ira, 181 Main, 
Bray E. B. (oyster), 155 Main, 
BURNS JAMES E. 7 Main, 
Crowell S. L. 271 Main, 
Davis W. P. 16 Commercial, 
Dodge Peter S. 43 Commercial, 
Hard wick J. 19 Duncan, 
IngersoU Amos, 232 Main, 
Kaucher Jacob, 115 Main, 
McNeal Archie, 55 Main, 
PARKER S. G. 48 and 50 Main, 
Willey E. C. 142 Main, 
Addison F. A. 112 Merrimack, 
Cathane Daniel, 133 Merrimack, 
Chase A. W. 214 Merrimack, 
Currier C. 24 Emerson, 
Davis C. A., Washington st. 
Dearborn J. P. 141 Merrimack, 
DINSMORE A. S. 53 Essex (see advt. p. 456), 
Emery L. C. 12 Winter, 
Fowler E. S. 144 Washington, 



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Hartford A. J. 21 Water, 

Kelley T. J. 51 J Wingate, 

KemptoD A. 57 Merrimack, 

Lacy David J. 19 Washington, 

Pearson H. C. & Brother, 8 Essex, 

Pinkham & Smith, 111 and 113 Washington, 

Poore H. B. 29 Main, 

Prescott S. F. 2 Washington, 

Schaefer Charles, 80 Winter, 

Shute A. M. Essex st. 

Shate John B., basement 87 j Washington, 

Simonds J. W. 6 and 10 Emerson, 

Simonds M. A. 197 Merrimack, 

Simonds & Donovan, 27 Washington, 

SmiUi E. L. Mrs., Wingate st. 

Sutherland J. B. 40^ Wingate, 

Hayes J. W. 

West James, Washington sq. 

WiUet J. N. 12 Main, 

Batton John B., Boston and Maine depot, 

Crowell 8. G. 273 Essex, 

Dailey Andrew, 855 Essex, 

Davis S. M., Boston and Maine depot. 

Dodge A. 8. 331 Essex, 

Greenleaf A. R. 561 Essex, 

Gardy Orrin P., Boston and Iiowell depot, 

McConnell James, 240 Essex, 

Powell C. A. 139 Essex, 

Simonds R. W. 541 Essex, 

Thissell Daniel V. 577 Common, 

Baracchini Charles, 10 Sea, 

Baxter 8., Western ave., cor. Centre, 

CAMERON HOLDEN P. 58 Central ave. 
advt. p. 446) , 

Carr E. Mrs., Park, cor. High, 

Dann & Adams, 41 Central ave. 

Earle John S. 172 Union, 

Foss Robert, 88 J^ Market, 

Foster & Clark, 85^ Central ave. 

Frost E. & Co. 67 Market, 

Graham J. L. 40 Munroe, 

Granger & Marston, 53 Market, 

Gurney Kingman, 94 and 96 Manroe and 75 Wash- 
ington, 

Hawkes Arthur, 190 Broad, 

LEONARD ROBERT, 145 Union, 

Music Hall Dining Rooms, 58 Central ave. 

Pay row Frank L. 11 Sutton, 

Scarborough S. H. & Co. 173 Union, 



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Ealing Bouses, 

Sleeper Geo. F. 69 Market, 

Tnttle & McKinnon, 14 Central sq. 

Walker Joeepb M. 28 Spring, 

W jman Jamea, 50 and 54 Washington, 

Aiken Charka^ 

Fisher John, 

Glorer Sl Capelia, 

Lillibridge B. D. 

Bhodea & Atkins, 

Danforth Jacob I. 36 Washington, 

Emerson A. W. 4 Middle, 

Fowler Daniel H. 114 Merrimac, 

Jc^nson W. R. 5 Inn, 

Morrill J. F. 81 Pleasant, 

RomUy Peter, 22 Liberty, 

Swasey Charles K. 14 Merrimac, 

Thompson A. W. 7 Middle, 

Cooper Edward, North Andover Depot, North Andover 

Larrabee Samoel Mrs. 26 Main, Feabody 

Mallard C. K 21 Foster, '' 

Brown Fred C. 75 and 195 Washington, Salem 

Boffam & Famsworth, 42 Boston, 

Collins M. Mrs., Central House, 169 to 181 Wash- 
ington, 

Comstock 8. B. 53 Washington, 

Curtis H. F. 189 Essex, 

Earle Wm. 13 and 15 Derby sq. 

Fisher & Hampbries, Post-office bailding, 

Holly Tree Inn, Frederick Porter, 9 Central, 

Kenney James, 5 Derby sq. 

Kezar Charles H. 28 Market sq. 

Marsh & Bedmond, Market sq. 

Meady Charles W. 14 Lafayette, 

Newcomb D. B. (oyster), 24 and 26 Derby sq. 

Phillips Phineas W. 1 Lafayette, 

Doake A. J. 18 Market, Amesbory, Salisbiiry 

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Edge Tools Manufacturers. 

Nichols W. D. (boot and shoe) , 21 Washington, 

Haverhill 
GORDON DAVID S. 15 Willow (see advt. p. 448), Lynn 
Tyler & Copeland, 23 and 24 State, '' 

Cook Merritt (splitting knives), Peabody 

Jones Albert W., Wallis st " 

Whitman Manuf. Co. (channelling knives and 
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Elastic Building Cement. 

Trask James E. 208 Bridge, Salem 

Elastic Water-proof Roofing Cement. 

Trask James E. 208 Bridge, Salem 

Electrical Instrument Work. 

BATES & BRIGHAM, 9 Front (see advt. opp. p. 
2), Salem 

Electric Bells. 

Curwen S. H. 9 North, Salem 

Electric Light Companies. 

Glonoester Electric Light Co., Charles Tappan, 

manager, Vincent Point, Gloacester 

Lawrence Electric Light Co., M. P. Merrill, pres., 
W. H. Heald, treas., Greo. F. Blood, snpt. 258 
Essex, Lawrence 

Lynn Electric Light Co., H. A. Pevear, pres., H. R. 

Valpej, treas., Stewart st. Lynn 

Salem Electric Lighting Co., C. H. Price, pres., H. 
M. Batchelder, treas., A. Morrill, supt., West 
Yard, Salem 

Electric Machines, Electric Lamps, Etc. 

Thomas Houston Electric Co., office 181 Devonshire, 
Boston, Works at West Lynn, Lynn 

Electricians. 

Kellogg & Co., Mower's block, 15 Willow, Lynn 

SISSON ALBERT A. 59 Central ave. (see advt. p. 

442), " 

Curwen S. H. 9 North, Salem 

Spence Geo. A. ^74 Essex, *^ 

Electro Bronzing. 

BATES & BRIGHAM, 9 Front (see adrt. opp. p. 
2), Salem 

Electro Platers. 

BATES & BRIGHAM, 9 Front (see advt. opp. p. 
2) , Salem 

Elevators. 

Lvnn Machine Co. 37 to 41 Mulberry, Lynn 

CURWEN CHARLES F., Liberty, cor. Derby (see 

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GOODELL ZINA, 18 Lafayette (see advt. p. 

424), Salem 

PATTEN PAUL B. 16 Lafayette (see advt. p. 

423), 

Elevator Safety Gate Manufacturers. 

DAVET THOMAS & CO. 70 Munroe (see advt. p. 
15), Lynn 

Emery Grinders. 

GALLA6HEB MANUF. CO. 18 State (see advt. 

opp. p. 4), Lynn 

ENIVETON GILBERT, 56 Almont (see advt p. 

18), 

Emery Polishing. 

BATES db BBIGHAM, 9 Front (see advt. opp. p. 
2) , Salem 

Emery Wheels. 

ENIVETON GILBEBT, 56 Almont (see advt. p. 
18), Lyfen 

Emigration Agents. 

Murphy James, 268 Essex, Lawrence 

LINEHAN JOHN, 18 Foster (see advt. p. 461), Peabody 

Employment Offices. 

COLE C. H. 98 Merrimack, honse, rear 62 Emer- 
son, Haverhill 
Goodenow A. M. Mrs. 899 Essex, Lawrence 
Luce Charles L. 246 Essex, 
Wilton H. S. 268 Essex, 
Dalton W. O, 22 Mulberry, Lynn 
Moore C. M. Mrs. 14 Buflum, 
Bublee E. L. 7 Sutton, 

Engine Builder. 

- {See al$o Steam Engines.) 

CURWEN CHARLES F. (steam). Liberty, oor. 
Derby (see advt, fh>nt colored), Salem 

Engines and Boilers (Repaired). 

HAVERHILL IRON WORKS, River, cor. Ayer 
(see advt. p. 458) , Haverhill 

Engineers. 

DAVEY THOMAS & CO. 70 Munroe (see advt. 

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Brown Oilman W. (mechanical) , West Newbury 






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Engravers. 

Dodson Chapiban, 369 Essex, 
Dayton W. Hardy, 77 Washington, 
F(^g Jaiian A. (metal), 94 Washington, 
Ha^leton J. W. 241 Essex, 
Upham 0. W. IL (art) , 267 Essex, 

Engravings. 

SHAW X. H. & SON, 283 Essex (see advt. front 
colored), Salem 

Envelope Manufacturers. 

Boston Advertising Envelope Co. 42 Munroe^ Lynn 



Etchings. 

SHAW X. H. & SON, 283 Essex (see advt. front 
colored) , Salem 

Express Wagon Manufacturer. 

{See also Carriage Manufacturers.) 

ANDREWS OILMAN A. 27 Beach (see advt. p. 
422), Salem 

Expresses. 

AMESBUBT AND NEWBURYPORT EX- 
PRESS, Thomas O'Neil, prop. 3 Merchants' row 
(see advt. p. 465), Amesbary 

Higgins & Tnttle (Boston and Andover), Main 
St. Andover 

Johnson's Andover and Boston, Main st *^ 

Appleton Express (Beverly and Salem), Beverly 

Bell W. H. (Beverly and Lynn), 68 Railroad ave. 

Marshall & Monlton (Beverly and Boston), Park st. 

Bell G^oi^e W. (Danvers and Boston) , Hobart st. 

Danvers 

Carleton's Danvers, Salem and Peabody Express, 

MARSTON'S Danvers and Boston Express, 26 
Maple (see advt. p. 464), 

MARSTON'S Danvers, Peabody and Lynn 
Express, 26 Maple (see advt. p. 464), 

Pettingill's Boston and Danvers Express, Maple st. 

Tenney's Express, Chas. W. Tenney (Georgetown 
and Boston, and Georgetown and Haverhill), 
Main, cor. Middle, Georgetown 

Currier & Co. (Gloucester and Boston), 131 Main, 

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Presson's Express (Gloucester and Boston) , Main, 

cor. Short, Gloucester 

Trask's Express (Boston and Gloucester), 158 IMain, " 
Richardson C. E. West Gloucester, ^^ 

Ayer & Go's. (Haverhill, Bradford, and Boston Pas- 
senger and Freight Express, Spofford & Snelling, 
props.), also agents for American Express Co. 5 
Merrimack and 108 Washington, Haverhill 

Carter & Co. (Haverhill and Boston), 21 Wash- 
ington sq. << 
Cox C. N. (Boston and Maine), 19 Essex, <' 
Russell & Go's Express (Haverhill and Boston), 77 

Merrimack, << 

Colburn's Hamilton, Wenham and Salem Express, Ipswich 
Wilcomb*s Express (Ipswich and Boston), ^^ 

Abbott's Express (Boston and Lawrence depot) , Lawrence 
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Alley W. E. 127 Broad, 

American Express (Eastern Division), E. W. 

Emerson, agent, 10 Central st. 
Bell William H. (Lynn & Beverly), 88 Exchange, 
Breed John (Lynn and Boston) 6 and 8 Market sq. 
Chase W. W. (city), 2 Sutton, 
Childs & Kent (Lynn and Boston), 1 Exchange, 
Fairbanks' Express (Lynn and Boston) , 455 West- 
ern ave. 
Hilton & Sons (Lynn and Boston), 4 Fuller's block, 

Central sq. 
Howard &Son (Lynn and Boston), 445 Western are. *^ 
Jenkins Hiram (Lynn and Boston) , Spring, cor. Ex- 
change, 
Lynn, Melrose, and Stoneham Express, 
Pratt & Babb's Express (Lynn and Boston), 18 

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Safford & Ganse (Lynn and Boston) , 
Staniford D. (Lynn, Salem, and Peabody), 
Swain Frank (Boston and Lynn), foot of Commercial, ^^ 
Ferguson A. P. (Marblehead and Salem), Marblehead 
Mace J. P. (Salem and Marblehead), 
Paine Thomas T. (Marblehead and Boston), 
Woodfln Philip T. (Marblehead and Lynn) , 
Little's Merrimac and Boston Express, Merrimac 

Abbotf s Express, Broadway, Methuen 

Cogswell & Co., Broadway, ** 

AMES BURY & NEWBURYPORT EXPRESS, 
Thomas O'Neil, prop. 6 Pleasant (see advt. p. 
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Gillett & Co. (Newburyport and Boston), 7 Pleasant, 

Newburyport 
Little E. C, Hayerhill stage, 7 Pleasant, 
Johnston's Bowley and Newbaryport, 85 Pleasant, 
Lovett's Newbaryport, Byfield, and Boston Express, 

8 Essex, 
aN^L THOMAS (Amesbary, Salisbory, and 

Newbaryport), 6 Pleasant, 
Plammer & Fogg (Newbaryport and Boston), 6 

Pleasant, 

Manroe & Arnold (Peabody and Boston) , Peabody 

Boston Express Co. (Bockport and Boston), Bockport 
Marshall & Co. (Bockport and Boston), ^^ 

American Express Co. (Maine), 159 Washington, Salem 
Appleton's Express (Beverly and Salem), 156 

Washington, 
Carlton George (Danvers and Salem), 156 Wash- 
ington, 
Carrier & Co. (Gloacester and Boston), 159 Wash- 
ington, 
Fears & Bray (Bockport and Boston), 156 Wash- 
ington, 
Frye Express (Portsmouth and Boston) , 159 Wash- 
ington, 
Gillett & Co. (Newbaryport and Bowley), 156 

Washington, 
Hill Bei\jamin (Peabody and Salem), Foster st. 
Hills B. M. (Peabody and Salem), 156 Washington, 
Hilton & Sons (Salem and Lynn), Idd Washington, 
Jackson & Co. (Portsmouth and Dover), 156 Wash- 
ington, 
Mace's Marblehead and Salem, Front st. 
Marshal J. M. (Bockport and Salem), 188 Wash- 
ington, 
Merritt & Co. (Salem and Boston), 188 Washington, '' 
Moalton J. H. (Salem and Boston), 159 Washington, ** 
Page & Saville (Gloucester), 156 Washington, 
PoUock E. (city), 156 Washington, 
Pratt & Babb (Salem and Lynn), 156 Washington, 
Presson L. J. (Gloacester), 156 Essex, 
Preveaux Express (Salem and Amesbary), 133 

and 159 Washington, 
Prime J. (Salem and Bowley) , 156 Washington, 
Proctor's Essex and Salem Express, 156 Washington, 
Savory & Co. (Eastern, Boston, and Southern), 

156 Washington, 
Smith's Express (Manchester), 156 Washington, 
Spaulding A. J. (Danvers, Peabody, and Salem), 
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Trask's Express (Gloucester and Salem), 188 Wash- 
iDgton, Salem 

n. S. and Canada Express (Lowell, Lawrence, and 
Boston), 188 Washington, 

Wells J. H. (Amesbury, Salisbnry, and Boston), 
156 Washington, 

Wilcox's Express (Ipswich^ Wenham, Salem and 
Boston), 156 Washington, 

Woodwell's Newbury port Express, 188 Washington, 

Freveanx Express (Salisbury, Amesbury, and Bos- 
ton), 8 Merchants' row, Amesbury, Salisbury 

Wella & Co. (Amesbury, Salisbury, and Boston), 

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Fancy Goods. 

(See aho Variety Stores.) 

Barker Geo. T. & Co., Main st. 
Bird Annie Miss, 28 Main, 
Childs E. A., Main st. 
Greene M. E. 1 Main, 
Keenan M. 49 Main, 
Rich M. A. 27 Main, 
Neal O. W. Miss, Main st. 
Bennett W. W., Cabot st. 
Emerson R. K., Cabot st. 
Gorters H. A., Cabot st. 
Pedriek Lawrence, 
Story L. W., Masonic block, 
Woodbury C. F. Mrs., Cabot, cor. WalliB, 
Alley Kate Mrs., Porter's block, 
Williams G. H. Mrs. 4 Locust, 
Bailey J. E. 

Bateman A. P., Little's block, 
Metcalf Greo. L. 
Grover Charles E. jr. 277 Main, 
Lee Andrew, 91 Main, 
PeUigrew A. 121 Main, 
Proctor Bros. 108 Main, 
Bailey Tnomas H. 28 Merrimack, 
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Caya Thomas, 172 Waahington, 

Deacon & Niblock, 107 and 109 Merrimack, 

Emerson Charles & Sons, 85 and 37 Merrimack, 

Finkelstein N. 24 Winter, 

Hale James A. 6 Main, 

Hazeltine C. H. 50 Merrimack^ 

Hnhkins F. 6. 84 Merrimack, 

Jacobs B. H. 40 Merrimack, 

Jacobs F. W. & Sons, 87, 39 and 41 Merrimadc, 

Jacobs S. B. 82 Merrimack, 

Lamb C. L. & Co. 90 Merrimack, 

Nealley 6. K. & Co. 62 Merrimack, 

Newcomb John D. 158 Merrimack, 

Richardson E. 48 Water, 

Smith C. H. 12 Merrimack, 

Smith Y. E. 27 Washington sq. 

Stuart, Hemming, Lyali de Co. 28 Main, 

Walker S. L. 66 Merrimack, 

Morse A. A., Central st. Ipswich 

Norman Carrie, Central st. *^ 

Sanderson M. J., Market st. 

WUlcomb Wm. 

Armitage M. & M. J. 166 Essex, 

Avore E. A. Mrs. 401 Essex, 

Bedell J. H. 44 South Broadway, 

Calnan J. D. Mrs. 168 Essex, 

Copps M. W. & Co. 828 Essex, 

CoWan R. Mrs. 105 Essex, 

Cowperthwaite D. J. & A. L. 485 Broadway^ 

Cross R. M. & Co. 247 Essex, 

Crowell M. E. Mrs. 243 Essex, 

Doyle M. J. Miss, 261 Essex, 

Dyer & Co. 837 Essex, 

Fleming A. & Co. 887 Essex, 

Fulton & Co. 802 to 810 Essex, 

Greenwood J. & Co. 177 Essex, 

Jean O. & Co. 421 Essex, 

Kiley Bros. 835 Essex, 

Lowney J. T. 349 Essex, 

Nelson Rose Miss, 102 South Broadway, 

Oswald William & Co. 229 to 285 Essex, 

Riddell S. S. 515 Essex, 

Runnells C. W. Mrs. 487 Essex, 

Sharon Bros. 419 Essex, 

Sharpe A. & Co. 218 and 215 Essex, 

Smith J. C. B. 196 Essex, 

Snell S. F. 818 Essex, 

Somes C. T. 448 Essex, 



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Spofford A. A. 155 and 157 Essex, Lawrence | 


StearDs A. W. & Co. 309 and 311 Essex, 


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Bailey & Co. 50 Market, 


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Dickerty S. A. 38 Pearl, 


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Farley J. S. 78 Union, 


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Filene William, 18 Market, 


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Gallagher T. 20 Ireson, 


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George M. J. 124 Union* 


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Gifford W. B. & Co. 77 and 79 Market, 


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Gumey L. J. 106 Munroe, 


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Hunter C. B. 87 Franklin, 


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Magrane J. J. 429 Western ave* 


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Magrane E. 60 Union, 


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Magrane P. B. 155 and 157 Market, 


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Nickerson Mary U. 97 Essex, 


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Parker T. E. 4 Market, 


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Perry E. H. 102 Union, 


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Quigley Mary A. 70 Franklin, 


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Smith E. S. 59 Summer, 


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Spaulding R. A. & Co. 7 and 9 Market, 


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Spinney & Richardson, 70 Summer, 


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Wheeler C. A. 14 Market, 


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Bessom Robert H. 

Evans & Wadden, 

Graves G. P. 

Harden R. F. 

Phillips B. A. 

Symonds H. O. 

Nowell M. S. 

Berthiaume Josephine, Broadway, 

Dame A. L , Broadway, oor. Osgood^ 

Norris L. O., Broadway, 

Bantin John, 58 State, 

Cnrrier A. L. Miss, 58 Slate, 

Emery J. 60 Federal, 

Foley J. Mrs. 22 Washington, 

Gorwaiz John, 11 Pleasant, ' 

Hale Willard J. 27 State, 

HOMER JOHN, 156 High (see advt. p. 4), 

Johnson C. H. 38 State, 

Johnson H. G. jr. 22 State, 

Kelly J. J. 18^ Pleasant, 

Lake Nicholas B. 12 State, 

Levy & Co. $0 State, 

Lunt J. C. Mrs. 157 Merrimac, 

Lydston J. 25 Pleasant, 

Morton A. W. 69 State, 

Morss William B. 29 State, 

O'Connell T. 9 Pleasant, 

Perley M. P. 72 State, 

Questrom A. P., Water st. 

Roaf M. A. 8 Pleasant, 

Robertson & Dmmntond, 22 Pleasant, 

Stover E. B., Munroe st. 

WILLS JOHN, 60 State, 

Brown J. G. North Andover Depot, North Andover 

Bresnahan G. E. 186 Washington, Feabody 

Gonld M. C. 10 Allen's block, 

Hackett A. P. 86 Main, 

Murphey & Blak^, 94 Main, 

Andrews B. 

Dennan William N., Broadway, 

Mason A. J. 

Abbott Joseph C. 202 Essex, 

ALMY, BIGELOW & WEBBER, 188 Essex, 

Brockaw J. C. 69 to 78 Washington, 

Browne J. H. Mrs. 158 and 155 Essex, 

Bornham L. M. 146 Essex, 

Bush Mary A. 264^ Essex, 

Clark F. L. Miss, 168 Essex, 

Conrad David, 181 and 188 Essex, 



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COUSINS FRANK, 170, 172 and 174 Emw, 

Dresser AugoBtos, 180 Essex, 

FarringtoQ Etta B. Mrs. 125 North, 

Francis M. C. 129 Essex, 

Griffin A. J. 118 Essex, 

Harding B. F. 160 Essex, 

Hill Robert, 268 Essex, 

Howes M. E. 158 Essex, 

Hntchins M. F. Miss (kid gloves), 841 Essex, 

LOW DANIEL, 281 Essex, 

Mackintire John, 154 Essex, 

Moody L. B. 181 Washington, 

NICHOLS THOMAS B. 189 Essex, eor. Central 
(see advt. over Calendar), 

Peabody John P. 227 and 229 Essex, 

Plummer R. B. Miss, 248 Essex, 

Price Benjamin B. 277 Essex, 

PRICE C. H. & J. 226 Essex (see advt. fW>nt col- 
ored), 

Rogers M. Miss, 258 Essex, 

SHAW X. H. & SON, 288 Essex (see advt. front 
colored), 

Shepard S. D. & Co. 178 Essex, 

SiUey Ann M. Miss, 9 Winter, 

Symonds E. M. Miss, 264 Essex, 

Upham 0. W. H. 267 Essex, 

Weeks Wm. R. 185 and 187 Essex, 

Winberry E. F. 7J Boston, 

Blake N. B. 21 and 25 Market, 

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Fancy Penmanship. 

CANNON G. C, Essex, cor. Broadway, 

Feather Bed Renovators. 

Calef 6. E. 190 Merrimack, HaTerhill 

Boles Samuel, 12 Osborne, Saleia 

SALEM AND ESSEX DYE HOUSE, H. £. Gor- 
don & Son, 51 North (see advt. p. 426), ^ 
Scribner E. L., Elm st. Amesbnry, Salisbury 

Feathers Cleaned and Dyed. 

Ellis & Walker, Market st. Amesbnry, Salisbury 

Felt and Gravel Roofing. 

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Fertilizers. 

Leavej William, Amesbniy 

FELLOWS G. H. & CO. 31 Merrimack (see advt. 

p. 454) , Haverhill 

HANSCOM BROS. 80 Main (see advt p. 453), '« 

Smith J. F. (wholesale), 24 Washington sq. *^ 

BROWN 6F0RGE B., near depot (see advt p. 

469), Ipswich 

Scott <& Vieton, 359 to 363 Common, Lawrenoe 

WEBSTER H. E. & CO., Canal st., opp. Everett 

Mills, storehouse, 20 West, «« 

KNIGHT J. B., Central whaif (see advt. p. 457), 

Newburyport 
Ames Amos L., Liberty st. Peabody 

Porter & Say lor (manuf.), Liberty st. ^* 

SMITH W. & CO. (fish guano), 14 to 21 Derby 

wharf (see advt. p. 423), Salem 

BOARDMAN OFFIN Jb. (see advt. p. 467), 

Amesbury, Salisbury 

File Manufacturers. 

Butler File Co., Essex st. Lawrence 

Lawrence File Works, Winter, cor. Sstiex, *^ 

Stone A. R., Canal st. (^ 

SALEM FILE WORKS, J. L. Phillips & Co., 

Buffbm's wharf, Salem 

Day William H., Elm st. Amesbury, Salisbury 

Fire-Arms. 

{See dUo Ouna and Sporting Apparatus.) 

Fire Brick Dealers. 

THE L. A. MAT CO. 137 and 141 Union (see 
advt. p 11), Lynn 

TRASK J. ARTHUR, Walnut st. (see advt p. 
460), Peabody 

Fire Clay and Kaolin. 

TRASK J. ARTHUR, Walnut st. (see advt. p. 
460) , • Peabody 

Fish Canners. 

Gloucester Canning Co., Fort wharf, Gloucester 

Perkins George & Son, Perkins wharf, ^^ 

Stanwood & Co. 9 to 1 1 Commercial, ^' 

Fish Dealers. 

Adams J. B., Friend st. Amesbury 

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Fish Dealers^ continued. 
Findlej W. F., Main st. 
Morse J. F., Central st. 
Creesey Horace, 

Fiske Eldridge, Lovett, cor. Washingtont 
Huntoon Benjamin, Cabot st. 
Pickeit John, Water st. 
Stopford Wm. 5 and 7 Railroad ave. 
Atherton Wm. H. (fresh), 
Nesbitt H. 

Morse Geo. P., 58 Maple, 
Bumham Franklin, 
Chofflll T. J. 

Allen B. F. db Co., Five Found Island, 
Andrews & Co (wholesale) , 89 to 43 Bogers, 
Atlantic Halibat Co. (fresh halibat) , Atlantic wharf, 
Barrett Moses, Parker st. 
Bray Austin (wholesale), Bogers st. 
Buroham £. E , Pearce st. 
Coombs W. B., Parker st. 
Cressey Charles C. (wholesale), 28 Rogers, 
DENNETT WILLIAM (wholesale fresh), Fort 

wharf (see advt. p. 452), 
Dodd 8. & Co. 17 Rogers, 
Femald & Co., Fort wharf. 
Friend G. H. 5 East Main, 
Friend Greorge, Son & Co., Vincent point, 
Fuller T. H. & Co., foot of Water st. 
Gorton S. &Co. (wholesale). Commercial st. 
Grimes James, Fort wharf, 
GroverBenj. M., Commercial st. 
Homans F. W. (wholesale), 153 Main, 
Knowles Thomas J., Fort wharf, 
LANE SAMUEL & BRO. (wholesale), 22 Vincent 

(see advt. front colored), 
LANGSFORD T. A. & SON (wholesale salt fish 

and mackerel). Fear's wharf, Duncan st. (see 

advt. p. 452), 
Leighton Addrew, Leighton's wharf. 
Low Brainard, 448 Main, 
Low John, 448 Main, 
Lurvey F. W. & Co. , Fort wharf, 
Margeson & Blatchford, Parker st. 
Marshall & York (wholesale dry and pickled), 421 

Main, 
McKenney E. L. & Co. (wholesale fresh) , Fear's 

wharf, 
New England Fish Co (halibut), Dodd's wharf, 
Parmenter, Rice & Co. (wholesale) , Duncan st 



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Perkins George & Son, Perkins' wharf, 

Plammer Addison, Main, cor. Short, 

Rust George P., Porter's wharf, 

Shnte & Merchant, Parker st. 

Smith D. B. (also tongues and sounds), 429 Main, 

Smith George T. (wholesale), Friend's wharf, 

Stan wood & Co. (ourers, smokers, and packers), 

90 Commercial, 
Stockbridge & Co. (firesh fish), Parmenter, Rice & 

Go's wharf, 
Tarr J. Clarence, Fort wharf. 
Tucker & Frost, 17 Rogers, 
WALBN M. & SON (wholesale), wharf foot of 

Water st. (see advt. p. 450), 
Walker Farmer R. & Co. (wholesale dry and 

pickled), Walen's wharf, 
Wallace D. H. (packers), Fort wharf, 
Woodbury D. E. (wholesale), 185 Main, 
Dennis George H., East Main st East Gloucester, 
Reed <& Gamage, East Main st. 
Rowe Wm. (lobsters). East Main st. 
Stevenson Charles, Rocky Neck, 
Witham B. F. 

Wonson W. H. & Son, Parker st. 
Wonson W. W. & Bro., Rocky Neck, 
Lane G. W. 
Morgan Eli, 

Chase W. J. & Co. 5 Emerson, 
Harlow J. M. 48 Water, 
Hickey M. J. 155 Washington, 
Higgind & Lewis, 9 Merrimack, 
Mahoney M. W. 20 Winter, 
Woodward Bros. 14 Locust, 
Atkinson S. D. & Son, 
Churchill W. L. 9 Holly, 
Craig I. H. 161 Broadway, 
Hodgett & Crawford, 16 Newbury, 
Reynolds J. H. 141 Broadway, 
Small Henry, IS Lawrence, 
Wiggin G. P. 837 Common, 
Wiley W. A. 38 Newbury, 
Witham B. F. (wholesale), 578 (Dommon, 
Alley Charles H. 41 Market sq. 
Barnaby Rufus, 476 Western ave. 
Kenney F. & Son, 2 Union sq. 
Lear J. H. 22 Vine, 
Lewis & Garland, 42 Central ave. 
Mayo H. L. 5 Sutton, 
Murphy C. A. 109^ Union, 



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Nickerson Bros. 4 Mason, 
Rodrick C. 85} Sammer, 
Spindle F. C. 138 Market, 
Stubbfl W. A. 110 Munroe, oor. Washington, 



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Gilbert John, 
Goldamith Samnel, 
Ingalls T. 2d, 
Masters G. W. 
Thorner P. A. 
Chaplin C. L* 
Evans C. M. 

Leach & Ropes, Hampshire st^ 
Johnson Charles W. 
Johnson J. Bishop, 
Colby A. O., Water st. 
Fuller John, 77 Water, 

Hale Chas. W. & Co. (wholesale), Victoria ave. 
Harris Samuel (wholesale), 1 Market dock, 
Hewlett R. S. 116 Merrimac, 
Thurlow D. D. & Co. (wholesale and retail), 1 Bail- 
road ave. 
Wright N. T. 164 Merrimac, " 

Dodge R. F. 6 Lowell, Peabodj 

Pierce E. W. 7 Calley, 
Roome W. J. 14 Foster, 
Hodgkins Chas. , Bearskin Neck, Bockport 

Millett Edward J. '' 

Parsons John, *' 

Tarr Stephen N. jr. " 

Story & Stevens, Pigeon Cove, " 

DODD WILLES G., foot of Derby (see advt. p. 421), 

Salem 
McNeil A. P. 163 Boston, '' 

Lee Geo. F. 201 Washington, 
Paige I. M. 21 Front, 
Parshley Chas. C. 57 North, 
Parsons O. L. 64 Union, 

Pettingill A. C. (wholesale) , 5 and 7 Derby wharf, 
Pratt Lewis R. 84 and 86 Boston, 
Robinson B. F. 20 Central, 
South Wm. A. 6 Washington sq. 
Brown Epbraim, Market bq. 
Starr H. 

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EaatSaugus, SaUgus 

Swampscott 



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Fish Oil. 

LANE SAMUEL db BRO. 22 Vinoent (see adyt. 
fh>nt colored), Gloaoester 



Fish and Oysters. 

Morse J. F., Central st. 

Fisheries. 

Crowell David & Son, Water st. 

Foster Cbas., Pickett's wharf, 

Foster Greo. B. 11 Water, 

Pickett John, 

Allen B. F. & Co., Five Pound Island, 

Allen D. & Son, foot of Water st. 

Babson D. C. A H. 375 Main, 

Bamham A Presson, 25 Rogers, 

Clark Geo & Co. 18 Rogers, 

Conninsrham & Thom{>8on, 88 Commercial, 

Dennis & Ayer, Wharf st. 

Friend Geo., Son ds Co., Vinoent Point, 

Friend Joseph, foot of Water, 

LANE SAMUEL & BRO. 22 Vincent (see advt. 

front colored) , 
LANGSFORD T. A. & SON, Fear's wharf (see 

adH. p. 452), 
Leighton Andrew, Leighton's wharf, 
Low Benjamin, Wharf st. 
Maddocks B. & Co. 50 Commercial, 
Mansfield James & Sons, 28 Main, 
McEenzie, Hardy & Co. 47 Rogers, 
Nelson C. 807 Main, 
Oaks & Foster, 55 Commercial, 
Perkins Wm. H. jr., Perkins' wharf, 
Pettingill & Cunningham, Commercial wharf. 
Pew John & Son, 881 Main, 
Pool Gardner & Co., Atlantic wharf. 
Proctor Joseph O. jr. 51 Commercial, 
Rowe & Jordan, Rowe sq. 
Sayward Bros. 65 East Main, 
Shute & Merchant, Parker st. 
Smith Sylvanns & Co. 401 Main, 
Steele George, 11 Rogers, 
Tarr Greo. J. & Sons, Fort wharf, 
Walen M. ds Son, foot of Water st. 
Coombs William B., ISast Main st.. East Gloacester, *' 
Dennis George H. , East Main st. 
Haskell Samuel, 95 East Main, 
Knowlton Harvey, Rocky Neck, " *^ 



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Fisheries^ corUinued. 
McQuin J. S. & Co., Ill East Main, 

East Gloucester, Gloucester 
Montgomery B. & Sons, East Main st. 
Norwood George & Son, East Main st. 
Parsons William 2d <Sb Co., East Main at. 
Raymond Bros. 65 East Main, 
Spinney B. H., East Main st. 
Tarr James G. & Brothers, Rocky Neck, 
Walen Leonard, 66 Rocky Neck ave, ^ 
Wonson Brothers, Wonson's wharf, 
Wonson John F. & Co. 237 East Main, 
Wonson William C. & Co. 169 East Main, '« 
Bradley W. H. & J. W. 
Gott Addison, 
Grimes Loring & Co. 
Rockport Fish Co. 

Story John Jr. Pigeon Cove, 

Story & Stevens, 

Fishermen's Outfits. 

Carter John F. 

Foster George B. 11 Water, 

Browne James, Atlantic Halibut wharf. 

Carter Charles F. 85 Commercial, 

Corless C. R. 70 Rogers, 

Frost D. O. 239 Main, 

Gray W. 269 Main, 

Harding Dennis B. 879 Main, 

LANE SAMUEL & BRO. 22 Vincent (see advt. 

front colored) , 
Nelson John, 285 Main, 
Nickerson Levi, Duncan st. 
Rowe Joseph H. 22 Duncan, 
Sayward Bros. 65 East Main, 
Steele George, Rogers st. 
Wheeler Howard, Atlantic wharf. 
Gray S. J., East Main st. East Gloucester, 

Fisli Lines Manufacturers. 

Lawrence Line Co. South Canal, Lawrence 

Nets and Seines. 

coos WM. & SON, 62 Eastern ave. (see advt. 

p. 451), Gloucester 

COOS WILLLA.M Jr. 28 Vincent (see advt. p. 452) , " 
MERCHANT GEO. Jr., Parker st. (see advt. p. 451), " 
SIMPSON JOSEPH, Parkhurst's wharf (see advt. 

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Lathrop L. D. (mannf.) 36 and 38 Danoan, Glonoester 
BROWN J. F. 102 Merrimack (see advt p.454) , 

Haverhill 
Atkinson S. W. 91 Broadway, Lawrence 

Frost J. W. & Sons, 434 Common, ^' 

Stafford John H. 573 Essex, «* 

Bafltun Charles M. 222 Essex, Salem 

FlagSp Fliesi Etc. 

ROWE £. L. 33 Wharf (see advt p. 450) , Gloucester 
CROSS WM. H., Story's wharf (see advt. p. 449) , 

East Gloucester, *^ 

Florists. 

(See also Nurserymen*) 

Gninivan David H., Lovett st. 

Larcom Benjamin, 

Mack John, Rantoul st. 

Laroom & Dow, 

Ober Charles 2d, 

Mitchell John, 

Gage Edwin V . 

Patnam John, 

Weston L. P. Mrs., High st. 

Shirley W. A. 

WOODMAN E. & C, Holten st. (see advt. p. 2) , 

Tapleyville, " 
Lowe Aaron, Essex 

Benney James, Bass ave. Gloucester 

Cole Seth L. 9 Procter, 
Pulsifer George H. 208 Washington, 
DEWHIRST JAMES (public garden), 34 Water, Haverhill 
Hill George H. (also seed), 52 Winter, 
Eanlback Charles H., Eenoza ave. 
McLaughlin J. L., Summer st. 
Fewkes Edwin, 
Coup M. Mrs. 22 Stafford, 
Flynn Edward, 54 and 56 Essex, 
Hailey J. B. 39 Manchester, 
Thornton Bros. 384 Broadway, 
Atwell William A. 52 Myrtle, 
Bamford 8. 42 Michigan, 
Groodwin 8. T. 51 Grove, 
Halliday John (dealer), 104 Market, 
Lord Andrew, 243 Chatham, 
Parrott Geo. B. 80 Maple, 
Phillips G. E. 141 Maple, 



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Florists^ continued. 




Teel James M. 84 Shepard, 


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Young Henry, 22 Jphnson, 


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Martin Sarab H. 


Marblehead 


Bejnolda James B. 


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Johnson Charles F. 


Nahant 


Capens Thomas, High st. 


Newbuiyport 


Goodwin T. W., Prospect st. 


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McCarthy J. J., manager, 


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HUi Benjamin D., Washington st. 


Peabody 


Ward John N., Warren st. 


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Newball Orlando F. South 


Peabody, " 


Lamson F. 1^ Northey« 


Salem 


MoGee & Geary, Cherry st. 


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Punchard John H. 14 VVarren, 


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Putnam Henry W. 6 Crombie, 


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Ward William S. 56 Bridge, 


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Flour and Grain. 




(See also Grist MHU; also Country Stores.) 


Bnmham Bros., Rantoul st 


Beverly 


Dodge, 8anbom & Co., Rantonl st. 


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Place, Amos F., Rantoul st. 


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Symonds S. B., Water st. 


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Killam Chester (grain) 


Boxford 


Hunkins N. F., 


Bradford 


Currier V\ . M., Maple st. 


Danvers 


PERLEY A. P. & CO. 2 Maple (see advt. 


p. 464), »* 


Premiss Henry, Danvers Centre, ** 


Hanson J. V. & J. Danverspcrt, *^ 


Bailey J. E. (wholesale), 2 Little's block, 


Georgetown 


Boardman M. N., Adams' block, 


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Wheeler W. S. 


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Bumbam H. A. & Son, Mason st. 


Gloucester 


Dodge A., Prospect st. 


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Hodgkins D. B., Pearl st. 


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Bowley & Co. 80 Emerson, 


Haverhill 


Cox C. H. 19 Essex, 


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Jordan J., rear 198 Merrimack, 


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Martin C. W. 65 Merrimack, 


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Messer C. P. 68 and 70 Merrimack, 


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Moody H. L. 16 Main, 


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Pettingill G. W. 86 Fleet, 


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Ray Harvey, 95 Merrimack, 


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Snell W. A. 59 Water, 


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BROWN GEORGE B., near depot (see 


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Ipswich 



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Dod^e J. F. & Co. 


Ipswich 


GOODHUE FRANK T., 60 South Main (see advt. | 


p. 469), 


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Austin, Richardson db Co. 286 Lowell, 


Lawrence 


Bonney Milton & Co. 544 and 546 £ssez, 




Buell H. A. & Co. 79 Common, 




Clark W. P. & Co. 617 Common, 




Currier J. M & Co. 87 Essex, 




Morrison R. P. 229 Lowell, 




Pierce E. W . 100 Broadway, 


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Scott and Victor, 359 to 863 Common, 


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SIMPSON JAMES R. & CO. 848 Essex (see | 


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Smith & Wheeler, 107 HaverhiU, 


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Stanley James J. 29 Franklin, 


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WEBSTER H. E. & CO., Canal St., opp. 


Everett 


Mills, storehoQse, 20 West, 


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Ballard A. & Co. 69 and 71 Oxford, 


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Breed & Co. 438 Western ave. 




Brown A. C. 71 Union, 


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Butman J. & Gott, 56 Central aye., and 282 Summer, ** | 


Estes Isaac H., Broad, cor. Estes, 


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Jepson E. & Son, 84 State, 


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Jones Cyrus, 17 Market sq. 


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Lamper J. B. and W . A., foot of Pleasant st. *^ 1 1 


McLean Norman, 81 Munroe, 


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Woodfin John B. & Co. 


Marblehead 


Carleton & Smith, Hampshire st. 


Methuen 


DODGE J. S. & SON, Broadway, cor. Lawrence, *' 


Johnson H. S. 


Nahant 


KNIGHT J. B., Central wharf (see advt. 


p. 457), 




Newburyport 


Titeomb Paul, 48 Water, 


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Hanson J. V. & J. 18 Central, 


Peabody 


UNEHAN JOHN, 18 Foster (see advt. p. 


461), " 


Moulton L. F. & Co., Central st. 


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Osborn Henry M. 121 Central, 


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Dennis W. A. 4 Dock sq. 


Rockport 


Nickerson L. E. 


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Dummer N. N. 


Rowley 


ABBOTT & REYNOLDS (gmin), 14 Front, Salem 1 1 


BROOKS A. T. 117 Derby, 


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Hanson J. V. & J. 2 and 4 Front, 


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Haskell George (oats, etc.), 221 and 228 Washing- 


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Flour and Orain^ continued. 
Dodge, SaDbom A Co., Railroad ave., Amesbnry, Salisbary 
Newhall H. B. East Saogas, Sangus 

DurgiD Charles E. & Co. Swampscott 

Holden George & Co. «« 

Flouring Mills. 

Hanson J. Y. & J. Danversport, DanTers 

BROWN GEORGE B., near depot (see advt. p. 

469), Ipswidi 

Davis & Taylor, trustees of, 2 Broadway, sonth 

side, Lawrence 

Folding Paper Boxes. 

THE NEW ENGLAND BOX CO. 64 Munioe 
(see advt. p. 442), Lynn 

Force Pumps. 

(XIRWEN CHARLES F., Liberty, cor. Derby, 
(see advt. front oolored) , Salem 

Foreign Exchange. 

O'CONNELL TIMOTHY, 299 Essex (see adYt. p. 
2), Saka 

Forwarding Agent. 

ENIGHT E. H., Phillips wharf (see advt. p. 417), Salem 

Fruit Dealers. 

{See cUeo Oonfectionery.) 

Boitan6 S. 21 Central sq. Lynn 

Ferritt^ Charles, 97 Munroe, '< 

Maloney John J. 89 Central, ^* 

Nicole Joseph, 182^ Market, «< 

Polando George, 118 Monroe, *^ 

Sallivan Thomas, 62 Union, •« 

Wilbrand E. 49 Market, «« 
Gorwaiz Greorge, 77 Merrimae, Newbniyport 

Cavagnors A. 284 Essex, Salem 

Crosby Geo. W. 26 Front, " 

Dagan & Lineban, 175 Washington, *^ 

Fapiano John, 105 Washington, ** 

Nourse' William, 100 Washington, «* 
Roberts E. F. & J. W., Washington, oor. Front, '< 

Furnace Grate Bar Manufacturers. 

CURWEN CHAS. F., Liberty, oor. Derby (see 

advt. front colored), Salem 

Smith A. H. 60 Central, '« 



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Furnaces and Ranges. 

(See also Stove Dealers and Tinsmitha,) 

Friend Chas., Railroad ave. Beverly 

Loring Francis M. 141 Main, Glonoester 

Smith L. E. 221 Main« <' 

Cram Alonzo W. 151 Merrimack, Hayerhill 

FORB£S WILLIAM A SONS, 450 Essex (see 

advt. p. 480), Lawrence 

Slater John, 8 Hampshire, 
THOMPSON & COOMBS, 123 Essex (see advt. 

p. 480) , 
Cook B. M. & Co. 52 Exchange, 
DAME, THORNDIEE & CO. 82 Mnnroe (see 

advt. p. 17), 
Hannaford A Perkins, 889 Western ave. 
Hnghes J. R. 28 Market, 
Pool H. F. 5 Market, 
RUSSELL JOHN R. 89 Central ave. (see advt. p. 

472), 
THE L. A. MAY CO. 187 and 141 Union (see 

advt. p. 11), 
May, Kimball A Co. 28 Market sq. West Lynn, 
Sanborn J. C. (manuf.), Broadway, Methnen 

Caskin D. A. & F. H. 18 Lowell, Peabody 

Dodge Charles W. 10} Lafayette, Salem 

Eaton J. D. & J. W. 88 and 40 North and 116 

Washington, 
Fifield & Page, 27 and 29 Front, 
Fuller Wm. P. 15 St. Peter, 
Osborne Charles P. 25 Washington sq. 
Ropes John T., estate of, 17 and 19 Front, 
Wadleigh & Morse, 81 North, 
WASHINGTON JOHN S. 17 Lafayette (see advt. 

p. 419), 
Bttiiett Wm. D. & Son, Amesbary, Salisbury 

Furniture Dealers. 

(See also Cal)inet Makers; also Furniture Manufacturers.) 

Howell T., Park st. 

Lee & Creasy, 206 Cabot, 

Porter J. F., Porter's block. Maple st. 

Stetson A.J. 15 Maple, 

Noyes H. P., Central st. 

Brown George W., Short st 

Day S. S. 2d, 6 Pleasant, 

Ellery Benjamin, 12 Hancock, 

Proctor Charles, 125 Main, 



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Furniture Dealers^ continued. 

Atkinson Charles (new and second-hand) , 202 Mer- 
rimack, Haverhill 

Davis F. E. 1 Court, 

Ladd George W. SO Merrimack, 

LeBosqaet J. H. & Co. 72 Merrimack, 

Paradis N. H. 24 Washington sq. 

RANDALL J. P. & SON, 6, 8 and 10 Merrimack, 

Ricard & Co. 54 Winter, 

Smith Gf o. E. (second-hand), Main, cor. Coort, 

Tucker Frank E. 182 and 134 Merrimack, 

Bird J. W. Ipswich 

Higgins L. B., South st. '« 

Barnard H. F. 851 Essex, Lawrence 

Brown E. N. (second-hand), 585 and 587 Common, ^^ 

Godfrey W. H. 820 Essex, 

Harttmann Edward F. 156 Essex, 

Jewett F. S. & Co., 862 and 364 Essex, 

Leyboume John, 94 Essex, 

Noble John, 440 Broadway, 

Pedrick & Closson, 361 Essex, 

Rivers Frank, 477 Common, 

Spires Geo. H. 39 Franklin, 

Standing & Greenwood, 365 and 867 Essex, 
' Stiegler E. C. 254 Essex, 

Sweeney Patrick, 222 Essex, 

Bean John H. 127 Market, 

Beckford Amos, 12 City Hall sq. 

Chandler W. G. (new and second-hand), 8 Andrews, '^ 

Curry John (second-hand), 44 Munroe, 

Dolbere A. H. (new and second-hand), 104 Oxford, 

French G. B. & Co. 121 Union, 

Moulton James T. (antique), 4 Cames, 

Ready T. J. (second-hand), 28 Munroe, 

STEVENS GEO. S. (second-hand) , 29 Ireson (see 
advt. p. 444), 

Tucker M. E. 84 and 86 Munroe, 

Welch & Cummings, 148 to 152 Union, 

Welsh John (second-hand), 76 Munroe, 

Pierce E. F. 

White & Co. 

Pearson A Page, Osgood st. 

Bartlett D. (antique), 4 Inn, 

Ireland & Trefethen, 24 Pleasant, 

Noyes S. B. 10 State, 

STOCKMAN CHARLES C. 10 Brown's wharf (see 
advt. p. 457), 

Towns & Fuller, North Andover Depot, I^orth Andover 

Goulding C. H., Walnut, near Central st. Peabody 



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DaviB Wakeman, Broadway, Rockport 

Gamble J. 6 and 8 Front, SiUem 

Glazier Charles H. 60 Charter, ^' 
LOUGEE J. L. 259 and 261 Essex (see advt. p. 

424), " 

Packard W. C. & Co. 281 Essex, " 

Pelletier Pierre (new and second-hand) 15 Harbor, ^* 

Perkins J. J. (also antique), 6 Central, *' 

Thurston Henry W. 99 and 101 Easex, <« 

Tiemey E. A. 206 Essex, " 
Cummlngs James, 8 Elm, Amesbury, Salisbury 

Fifield B. L. & Co., Market sq. '' '' 

Patten Stephen C, Market sq. '« «« 

Furniture Manufacturers. 

{See aUo Cabinet MakereJ) 

Noyes H. P. Georgetown 

Burleigh Seat Co. (lawn) , Inman st. Lawrence 
HUTCHINS E. N. & CO. (office and church), 

Essex Yard (see advt. p. 428), <^ 

Smith John N., Railroad st, Sargenfs Mill, *' 

Brown F. A. 69 Commercial, Lynn 

Welch & Cummings, 148 to 152 Union, '' 

Jewett A. S. & 6. W. Manchester 

Leach, Annable & Co. ^^ 

Wheaton William E. '' 

Ayers John W. 8 Lafayette, Salem 
LOUGEE J. L. 259 and 261 Essex (see advt. p. 

424), " 

Packard W. C. & Co. 281 Essex, «^ 

Furniture Repairers. 

Boardman L. C, Pond st. Amesbuiy 

Heron N. S. 10 Dane, Beverly 

Black J. W. 174 Main, Gloucester 

Atkinson Charles, 202 Merrimack, Haverhill 

Calef G. E. 190 Merrimack, ^' 
CLARKE PHILIP E., Summer st. (see advt. p. 

469), Ipswich 

Sugatt Samuel H. 15 Newbury, Lawrence 

Davis A. E. 25 South Common, Lynn 
HALL HOWARD, 81 Union (see advt, p. 441), '' 

Robertson A. E. 8 Federal, '^ 

STEVENS GEO. S. 29 Ireson (see advt. p. 444), '« 

Pierce E. F Marblehead 
White & Co. 

Cook J. A., Merrimac st. Newbury port 

Lawrence H. F. Peabody 



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Glazier Charles H. 60 Charter, 
Pelletier P. 15 Harbor, 
Sias J. B. 5^ Boston, 
Stevens Henry H. 78 North, 
Tiemey £. A. 205 Essex, 

Garden Vases. 

Parsons Joseph M., rear 197 Washington, 

Gardeners' Supplies. 

WOODMAN E. & C, Holten st. (see advt. p. 
2), Tapleyville, Danvers 

Gas Fitters and Fixtures. 

(See also Steam^ Chis^ and Water Pipe Fittings.) 

IngersoU Daniel S., Railroad ave. Beverly 

Perkins C. P. & Co., High st. Danvers 

CRAM ALONZO W. 151 Merrimack, HaverhiU 

DEARNALEY JAMES, 8 Newbury (see advt. p. 
430) , Lawrence 

FOWLER WALTER B., lower end Canal st. (see 
advt. p. 428), 

Ratter W. F. 40 Appleton, 

Heath H. W. 1 Almont, 

Hunt John, 15 State, 

RusseU N. D. 86 Washington, 

THE L. A. MAY CO. 187 and 141 Union (see advt. 
p. 11), 

LITTLE GEO. H., Foster st. (see advt front col- 
ored), 

Lord Daniel B. 19 Foster, 

Chambers John H., Lafayette, cor. Dodge, 

Cheever Joseph C, Boston, cor. Groodhue, 

Lord Daniel B. 12 Sewall, 

Staten Charles A. 273 Essex, 

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SMITH iQ SMART, 18 Lafayette (see advt. p. 18) , Salem 

Gas Screens Manufacturer. 

Abbott Fred. N., Medford st. Lawrence 

Gas, Steam, and Water Fitters. 

600DELL ZINA, 18 Lafayette (see advt. p. 424), Salem 
PATTEN PAUL B. 16 Lafayette (see advt. p. 428), " 



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Gas Stoves. 

THE L. A. MAY CO. 187 and 141 Union (see 

advt. p. 11), Lynn 

Lord Daniel B. 19 Foster, Feabodj 

Gas and Steam Pipe and Fittings. 

{See dUo Steam and Oas.) 

Ingersoll Daniel S., Railroad ave. Beverly 

CRAM ALONZO W. 151 Merrimack, HayerhiU 

LeBosqnet Bros. 20 Main, ** 

FORBES WILLIAM & SONS, 450 Essex (see 

advt. p. 480), Lawrence 

FOWLER WALTER B., lower end Canal st. (see 

advt. p. 428) , 

Cushing F. J. 81 Exchange, Lynn 

DAVET THOMAS & CO. 70 Mnnroe (see advt p. 

15), 
THE L. A. MAT CO. 187 and 141 Union (see 

advt. p. 11), 

Lord Daniel B. 19 Foster, Peabody 

CURWEN CHARLES F., Libeity, cor. Derby 

(see advt. front colored), Salem 

Lord Daniel B., 12 Sewall, 
Fhippen Charles H. 41 Boston, 
SMITH & SMART, 18 Lafayette (see advt. p. 18), 
Staten Charles A. 278 Essex, 
Stevens Samuel A. 141 Essex, 

Gas and Water Filters and Fixtures. 

DAME, THOBNDIKB & CO. 82 Manroe (see 
advt. p. 17) , 

Gents' Furnishing Goods. 

{See also Clothing Dealers.) 

Collins N. E. 86 Main, 

Livingston Herman, 

Bradley Joseph M. 16 Main, 

Dean John H., Main st. 

Woodbaiy Henry, 164 Cabot, 

Lord M. C, Maple st. 

Plamer Samnel, 4 Little's block, 

Tappan J. S. & Son, 110 Main, 

Parsons Joseph, 179 East Main, 

Carney M. J. 187 Merrimack, 

Deacon & Niblock, 107 and 109 Merrimack, 

Emerson Warren, 49 Merrimack, 

Floyd & Peabody, 84 and 86 Merrimack, 



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Haseltlne C. H. 50 Merrimack, 

Kerrigan A. P. J. 24 Water, 

Patterson J. W. 45 Merrimack, 

Roche T. J. 10 Main, 

Sheldon & Sargent, 61 Merrimack, 

Sleeper D. A. 13 Merrimack, 

Three Taylors, 73 and 75 Merrimack, 

Tilton A. M 42 and 44 Merrimack, 

Baker Samuel N. 

Jordan Robert & Son, 

Bicknell Bros. 469 Essex, 

Curtis George F. 519 Essex, 

Hawes B. F. 285 Essex, 

Eillen William, 142 Essex, 

Lawrence One Price Clothing Co. 429 and 481 Essex, " 

Leonard James F. & Co. 230 Essex, 

Mflllej Owen F. 218 Essex, 

Oswald William A Co. 229 to 235 Essex, 

Powers M. A. & Co. 217 Essex, 

Sharon & Poisson, 397 Essex, 
Spalding William R. 163 Essex, 

SpiU T. P. 405 Essex, 

Warren A. R. & Son, 187 E^sex, " 

Blake Charles R. 93 Monroe and 142 and 149 Union, Lynn 

Borofski E. J. 116} Monroe, 

Butman M. & Co. 155 Union, 

Chase James & Co. 144 Union, 

Cotton A. T. 43 Pearl, 

Cross AlfVed & Co, 15 Market, 

Dam & Warner, 125 Union, 

Donohoe John F. 8 Munroe, 

Duncan John A. 134 Market, 

Filene William, 32 Market, 

Goodridge Charles S. 60 Market, 

Green H. H. 119 Union, 

HATFIELD & BURDETT, 98 Munroe (see advt. 

p. 445), 
Howes C. F. 162 Union, 
Larkin A. W. 105 Munroe, 
Magrane P. B. 155 and 157 Market, 
Mailey T. J. 68 Chestnut, 
New England Branch, 134 Main, 
New England Clothing Co., A. J. Johnson, mana- 
ger, 56 and 58 Market, 
Slater Aaron, 55 Market, 
Valpey Samuel B. & Son, 18 Market sq. 
Ward Henry A. 19 Market, 
Wilmot H. B. 90 and 92 Market and 55 Andrews, 



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Wolf LoQis, 68 Manioe, 

Bartlett N. 

Graves Samael, 

Powers Lewis B. 

Salkine Ss Laskej, 

Chase E. S., Currier's block, 

Dennett H. N. A Son, 18 State, 

Johnson Berkeley, 4 State, 

Toppan Lewis, 87 Market sq. 

Teagne Charles E. 52 Main, 

Winslow W. 25 Main, 

ALMY, BI6EL0W <fc WEBBER, 188 Essex, 

COUSINS FRANK, 170, 172 and 174 Essex, 

Dreyfns & Co. 221 Essex, 

Knight Edward H. 211 Essex, 

Naamkeag Clothing Co., Z. A. Oallap, manager, 

177 and 179 Essex, 
Neal W. S. & Co. 228 Essex, 
Norris Bros. 209 Essex, 
Palmer William H. & Son, 247 and 249 Essex, 
Pickering C. F. 200 Essex, 
QainnThos. 150 Essex, 
SINCLAIR H. M. 167 Essex, 
Thompson John W. 242^ Essex, 
Wihnot H. B. 250 and 254 Essex, 

Gilders. 

HALL & MARR, 829 Main (see. advt. p. 452) , 

Gloucester 
MARTIN F. F. & CO., above Post office. Main st. 

(see advt. p. 447), " 

Gardner W. H. 199 Essex, Salem 

SHAW X. H. & SON, 288 Essex (see advt. ftont 

colored), 

Ginger Ale Manufacturers. 

THE LAWRENCE AERATED WATER WORKS, 

75 and 77 Hampshire (see advt. p. 481), Lawrence 
Moriarty M. & Co., Market sq., cor. Front, Salem 

WINN S. B. & 80N, 191 Washington (see advt. 
p. 425), • " 

Glass Dealers. 

NEWMAN J. A. & SON (window), 8 Central 
block, Ipswich 

SHAW X. H. & SON, 288 Essex (see advt. front 
colored), « Salem 



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Salem 



Glassing Machine Manufacturers. 

Friend & Annable, 154 Main* Peabody 

MABTIN WM. F. 25 Dean (see advt. p. 428) , Salem 

Glazing Machines. 

MABTIN WM. F. 25 Dean (see advt. p. 428), 

Glazing and Graining. 

{See also Paimlers.) 

HANSON G. W. & SON, 8 Fleet (see adyt. p. 454), 

Haverhill 
FRAZIEB I. & SON, 21 Andrews (see advt. p. 436), 

Lynn 
Murphy Daniel, rear 21 Munroe, ^^ 

Glue Manufacturers. 

Gloncester Isinglass and Glue Co. Gloucester 

Perkins Geo. db Son, Perkins' wharf, *« 

Bussia Cement Co., B. Brooks, treas. 

West Gloucester, «' 
Butman M. C, Western ave. Lynn 

Newhall Jonathan C. 4b Co., Myrtle st. ^* 

Brown Geo. W. Marblehead 

Brown Wm. H. Peabody 

Essex Glue Co., Chestnut st. 
Upton Geo., Washington st. 

Chase J. S. Bockport 

ANDEBSON JOHN M. 78 Highland ave. (see 
advt. p. 425), 

Gold Platers. 

Lyon Chas. D. (also silver), 89 Exchange, Lynn 

BATES 6b BBIGHAM, 9 Front (see advt. opp. 
p. 2), Salem 

Grain Dealers. 

{See also Flour and Orain,) 



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Graining and Glazing. 

HirCHCOCE L., Holten st. (see advt. p. 12), 

TapleyviUe, Danvers 
HANSON G. W. db SON, 8 Fleet (see advt. p. 

454), HavOThiU 

FBAZIEB I. & SON, 21 Andrews (see advt. p. 

486), Lvnn 

WOODBUBY B. F., Walnut, cor. Wailis (see advt. 

p. 468) , Peabody 



6BANITB BEALEBS. — ORANITB WOBKEBS* 175 



Granite Dealers. 

Soott Bros. Danyen 

ReardoD Jeremiah, 44 Maocheater, Lawrence 

BLETHEN A. R. & CO., Broad at., rear of Engine 

bouse (see advt. p. 441), Lynn 

Smith & Mahonej, Union st. Metbuen 

Canning Daniel, Winter st. Newboryport 

LINEHAN JOHN, 16 Foster (see advt. p. 461), 

Peabody 
Newhall H. A. South Peabody, '' 

Pigeon Hill Granite Co. Bockport 

Bockport Granite Co. *^ 

Butler James S. 12} Lafayette and 40 Central, Salem 
Clark Nathan T. 54 Union, ^' 

Morgan Thomas, 48 Central, '' 

Granite MonumeRts. 

Lynn Marble and Granite Co., Kavanagh & Carle- 
ton, props. 882 Boston, Lynn 
Clark Nathan T. 54 Union, Salem 

Granite Polishers. 

BLETHEN A. R. & CO., Broad st., rear of Engine 

house (see advt. p. 441), Lynn 

Granite Quarriers. 

(See dUo Stone CtUtera.) 

Annisqnam Granite Co. Annisqnam, Gloucester 

Cape Ann Granite Co. Bay View, '* 

Barker Brothers, Lanesville, ^^ 

Lanesville Granite Co. *' " 

The Newburyport Quarry Co. Newburyport 

Brown Samuel, South Peabody, Peabody 

Newhall Henry A. " " 

Bockport Granite Co. Bockport 

Pigeon Hill Granite Co. Pigeon Cove, *^ 

Granite Workers. 

(See dl»o Stone Outter$.) 

Kennedy P. 108 Washington, 

Lahey Thomas, Winter st. 

Weeks Calvin H. <Sb Co. 13 Court, 

Chandler Geo. W., Morton st. 

JONKS W. J. 6 Farnbam, opp. depot. South side, 

BLETHEN A. R. <Sb CO., Broad st, rear of Engine 

House (see advt. p. 441), Lynn 

Hayden E., Washington, cor. Boston, 
Longley E., Sea st. 



Gloucester 
Haverhill 

Lawrence 

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Qranite Workers^ cantinuedL 
Lynn Marble and Granite Co., Earanagh ^ Carle- 
ton, props. 832 Boston, Lynn 
Smith & Malioney, Union st. Methuen 
Davis & Littlefieid, 78 Merrimao, Newburyport 
Botler James 8. 12} Lafayette and 40 Central, Salem 
Clark Nathan T. 54 Union, '« 
Merrill J. H. & Son, 15 Lafayette, ^ 

Grate Bar Manufacturers. 

CURWRN CHAS. F., Liberty, cor. Derby (see 

advt. front colored), 
Smith H. N. 18 Dodge, 
Smith A. H. 60 Central, 

Gravel Roofers. 

HARRIS D. M. 88 North (see advt p. 420), 
Trask James £. 208 Bridge, 



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Grease Manufacturers. 

(5ee Curriert^ Orease Manufacturers.) 

Grindstones. 

POLLARD C. F., rear 89 Central ave. (see advt 
p. 18), Lynn 

Grist Mills. 

Dodge, Sanborn db Co., Park st. 

Howe Solomon W. 

Twitchell George W. 

Anderson C. R* West Boxford, 

Nason John H. '' 

Haukins N. F. 

Dennett & Lummus, 

Hanson J. V. db J. 

Weston Geo. S. 

Burnham Brothers, Wharf st 

Dodge Albert, 

Hodgkins D. B. 

Jewett S. E., Groye^and Bridge, 

Bradley £. L. 

Bass W. L. 

Shattuck Kendall, 

BROWN GEORGE B.,near depot (see advt. p. 

469), Ipswich 

Damon Bros, (custom), 
Damon Curtis, County st. 
Norwood C. J. 



Beverly 
Boxford 

Bradford 
Danversporti Danvers 

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Georgetown 
Gloucester 

44 

Annisqnam, ^* 

Haverhill 
Ayer's Village, " 
East Haverhill, '' 

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Davis Sb Taylor, trufitees of, 2 Broadway, 

Sooth side, Lawrence 

WEBSTER H. K. & CO., Canal st, opp. Everett 

Mills, 

Batman J. & Son, 232 Summer, Lynn 

Gann James & Son, Waterhiil st. ^\ 

Pearson Henry T. Byfield, Newbury 

KNIGHT J. B., Central wharf (see advt. p. 457), 

Newbnryport 
Nickerson Lewis £• Bookport 

Boynton S. A. Bowley 

Dammer N. N. ^< 

Dodge, Sanborn A Co., Railroad ave. Amesbnry, Salisbury 
Carr John H. Topsfield 

Donaldson Wellington, 

Grocers. 

(See dUo Country Stores.) 



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Boulanger J. B., Aubin st 

Briggs J. W. 8 to 12 Main, 

Cammett G. 15 Main, 

Carr W. E. <& Co. 85 Main, 

Fitzgerald J. C. 44 Main, 

Handley E. D., Aubin st. 

Martin P. 81 Friend, 

Morrill Brothers, 16 Main, 

Morrill Henry N, School st. 

Powow Co-operative Society, 

Swett J. H., Ferry st. 

Sylvester J. 

Thomell Eli, 

Worthen D. & Son, 

HoltT. A. & Co., Central st. 

Smith & Mannuig, 

Council E. 

Greene & Woodlin, 

Haynes F. G. & Co. 

Andrews E., Water st. 

Ayers Samuel, 

Beverly Co-operative Co., Cabot st. 

Boston Branch Store, Cabot st. 

Davenport Jabez K. & Son, 18 Railroad ave. 

Ford C. W., Cabot, cor. Bartlett, 

Foster George B. 11 Water, 

Messenger William E., Rantoul st. 

Pickett John, Water st. 

Place Amos F., Rantoul st. 

Sheenau Jane Mrs., Davis at. 

Stuart S. £. 



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Gfrocers^ conHntLed. 
Sallivan Owen, Cabot st. 
Taylor Theodore, 204 Cabot, 
Whipple Brothers, Cabot at. 
Woodbury Horace P. 
Worth J. 276 Cabot, 
Burchstead John, 
Day I. F. 
Foster Horace, 
Parkharst F. L. 
Beal & Abbott, Maple st. 
Carrier William M., Maple st. 
Danvers Co-operatiye Association, opp. Eastern 

Depot, 
PERLET A. P. & CO. 2 Maple (see advt. p. 464), 



Beyerly Farms, 



Beverly 



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North Beverly, 

Boxford 
Danvers 

44 



Brown David S. 

Printess Henrv, 

Dennett George B. 

Mead & Webb, 

Danvers Union Society 

Bailey Joseph E., Little's block, 

Boardman Daniel, 

Boardman M. N., Main st. 

Donogbue D., Main st 

Kimball W. L., Main st 

Poor S. T., Main st. 

Wheeler William, 

Babson Charles, 14 Main, 

Bennett J. G. 19 Duncan, 

Bingham Joseph H. 7 Sargent, 

Brown D. A. 17 East Main, 

Bamham A. M. 188 Main, 

Creesey F., Sargent st. 

Cunningham & Thomson, 88 Commercial, 

David Thomas F., Taylor st. 

Davis Bros. 159 Main, 

Doliiver Brothers, d2Main, 

Finnegan Patrick, 27 Park, 

Forgeson C. 8 Park, 

Francis M., El well st. 

Friend £. E. 156 Prospect, 

Friend Preston, 129 Main, 

Gasper A., Friend st. 

Grover Mary C. 119 Washington, 

Haskell B. & Sons, 817 Main, 

Hodgkins Eben & Bro. 

Hotchkiss Fred M. 104 Prospect, 

Hubbard Augustus, 42 and 44 Prospect, 

Joseph A. 18 School, 



Danvers Centre, 

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Danversport, 

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Tapleyville, 

Georgetown 

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Gloucester 

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King A. C. 48 Western ave. Gloucester 
LANE SAMUEL & BRO. 22 Vinoent (see advt. 

front colored) , ** 

Lawrence Frank, Friend st. *' 

Mansfield James & Sons, 23 Main, ** 

Merchant S. jr., Washington st. *' 

Mansey William, 28 Washington, •« 

Parsons F. W. 22 Eastern aye. *« 

Parsons 6. A. 78 Washington, <« 

Plow James, 87^ Washington, ^^ 

Rich Stephen, 110 Washington, ^« 

Roach William, 8 Willow, ** 

Rowe & Jordan, Rowe sq. *^ 

Rast Francis B. 84 Washington, *^ 

Rust William P. 27 Duncan, '« 

Silvia Loring, ** 

Smith Charles T., Washington st. «« 

Smith Ensio, 68} Duncan, «* 

Smith Samuel P. Webster st. «« 

Steele Gleoi^e, Rogers st. ** 

Story Charles E. 29 School, *^ 

SulliTan John, 56 Washington, «< 

Tracey T. H. 74 Prospect, " 

Webber J. J. & Son, 84 Water, " 

White Simeon, 868 Main, «« 

Wilson Charles, 86 Western aye. ** 

Lane S. A. Annisquam, *' 
Cook Leonard, 66 East Main, East Gloucester, *< 

Dayis Geo. E. & Bro. " " 

Haskell Samuel, 95 East Main, «' '' 

Parsons Wm. 2d & Co., East Main st. *< <« 

Russell J. T. 97 East Main, '« «' 
Wonson W. W. & Bro. Rocky Neck, 

Dnstin & Sanders, Lanesville, 

Griffin F. E. •* 

Lanesyille Granite Co. *^ 

Story L. D. Magnolia, 
Richardson Jasper,' West Gloucester, ^' 

Rust & Reed, «' '' 

Groyeland Co-operative Assodation, Groveland 

Hopkins & Boynton, *' 

Parker C. S. " 

Parker W. H. " 

Pickard F. T. *« 

Pike W. T. " 

Wood R. L. ** 

Aheme J. L. 4 Harrison, Haverhill 

Aiken C. A i Harrison, '^ 

Allen R. G. 2 Water, <' 



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180 ESSEX couirrr dibeoiobt. 

OrocerSy continued. 

Atwood A. H. Ill Locust^ Haverhill 

Bailey & Co. 140 Merrimack, <« 

Baker T. G. 88 Essex, " 

Belanger H. 8 Emerson, ^* 

Bowley & Co. 80 Emerson, ^« 

Barbank P. E., Riverside st. " 

Cbaput & Dugas, 168 and 200 Essex, «' 

Dean Geo. C. 42 Winter, " 

Donovan John, Primrose st. <^ 

Donovan T., Sargent's sq. <^ 

Dapres Joseph, 120 Winter, " 

Dnrgan Brothers, 82 Emersoni ^* 

Emery J. A. 160 Merrimack, '< 

Evans C. M. 114 Winter, « 

Fahy & Co. 40 Sargent sq. «* 

Fay Andrew E. 25 Harrison, «< 

Fitzgerald M. P., 107 Locke, " 

Flanagan P., River st. ^< 

Foisy Edmond, 158 Water, " 

Grace B. S. 71 Water, " 

Griffin & Co. 192 Merrimack, «« 

Ham Wm., foot of Water st. " 

Hill C. H. 180 Winter, " 

Hodsdon F. W. 82 Water, " 

Holmes & Lane, 16 Emerson, << 

Hunt Ira, 85 Main, «' 

Hoyt G. O. 50 and 52 Locnst, << 

Kelley F. T. 235 Washington, " 

Leighton B. F. (wholesale), Mechanics' coart, '^ 

Martin C. W. 65 Merrimack, " 

Martin E. 87 Essex, <« 

Messer C. P. 68 and 70 Merrimack, «« 

Messer I. K. 41 Main, <« 

Moody E. B. 814 Washington, «< 

Moody H. L. 16 Main, «' 

Moody J. E. Monument sq. ^^ 

Murphy John, 89 River, " 

Nicket Jane N., Sargent's sq. *^ 

Noland Dan, Primrose st. *< 

Noyes Ira S. ** 

O'Connor R. 47 Harrison, « 

Page F. W., foot of Water st. " 

Pettere J. , Essex st. < *• 

Philbrick C. A., Tiltons* comer, " 

Philbrick F. F. 28 Washington, " 

Pike W. G. 161 Washington, " 

Powers David, Primrose st. * " 

Ray Harvey, 95 Merrimack, << 



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Shannon E. L. 98 Locust, 


Haverhill 


Smith A Hale, 218 Essex, 


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Snell W. A. 69 Water, 


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Towle P. T., foot of Water st. 


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Wilson & Tuck, 51 and 55 Merrimack, 


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Woodside J. H. 56 Locust, 


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Condon T. E., South Main st. 


Ipswich 


Daniels Henry F. 


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Dizson George H., Central st 


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Dodge & Spiller, North Main st. 


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GOODHUE FRANK T., 60 South Main (see 


advt. 


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Hills A. S., North Main st. 


14 


Lord Asa, Central st. 


44 


Willoomb L. E., East st. 


44 


Aheam A. B. 40 White, 


Lawrence 


Andrews 0. A. & Co. 71 Common, 


44 


Andrews W illiam H. 67 Common, 


44 


Arundale J. & Co. 491 Essex, 


44 


Bilodeau Louis Mrs. 97 Union, 


44 


Bradley Patrick, 62 Chestnut, 


44 


Buell H. A. & Co. 79 Common, 


44 


Call & True, 88 F^sez, 


44 


Campbell & Rutherford, 162 Essex, 


44 


Carr A. M. & Co. 209 Essex, 


44 


Cayanagh Luke, 183 Oak, 


44 


Chad wick, Kimball & Co. 127 Broadway, 


44 


Charleton Geo. F. 101 Lawrence, 


44 


Churchill Fred A. 151 Broadway, 


44 


Churchill Geo. H. 128 Hampshire, 


44 


Clark C. A . 888 Broadway, 


44 


CoflSn & Meserye, 825 Common, 


44 


Corkhill Jonathan, 897 Hampshire, 


44 


Couillard Joseph, 90 Franklin, 


44 


Coulson Joseph, 18 Common, 


44 


Currier J. M. & Co. 87 Essex, 


44 


Daly John, 89 South Broadway, 


44 


Dean & Uaseltine, 267 Broadway, 


44 


Decker & Whittier, 68 Amesbury, 


44 


Desmond Humphrey, 525 Broadway, 


44 


DcTine John, 188 Water, 


44 


Devlin Edward, 88 Oak, 


44 


Dickie E. H. & Son, 122 Essex, 


44 


Doble, Currier St Co. 293 Essex, 


44 


Dorgan P. J. 269 Elm, 


44 


Eastman E. & Co. 149 Essex, 


44 


English John, 263 Oak, 


44 


Fieldmg Mark, 38 Arlington, 


44 


Finnigan Michael, 63 White, 


44 



182 EaSBX OODKTT DIRBOTOBT. 

Qrocerg, continv«i. 
Flannagan Michael, 28 Eingeton, Law 

Fleming John, UK Pork, 
Flemine J- U., Jackson, cor. Oak, 
Ford Brothers, 24 Short, 
Godin Ambrose, 72 Union, 
GilsoQ Tliom|is, 131 Elm, 
Gootlenow <b Worcester, 179 Broadway, 
Goodwin Patrick, 107 Oak, 
Hally Edmund, 356 Elm, 
Hart & Maloney, 109 Valley, 
Hasting L. A. 107 Broadway, 
Hogao Brothers, 270 Common, 
Holihan •& Co. (wholesale), 411 and 41fi Common, 
Jaokman George C. & Co. 248 Broadway, 
Jackson Israel L. 11 Hancock, 
James J. F. & Co. 877 Broadway, 
Kay William, 26 Railroad, 
Eeefe W. H. 841 Common, 
Eeveny F. 112 Common, 
Eimbalt J. G. 87 Amesbary, 
King H. C. 106 South Broadway, 
Knowles Samnel & Co. 79 Union, 
LACAILLADE BROTHERS, 474 Common (see 

advt. p. 482], 
Lamprey A. A. & Co. 459 Essex, 
LOW THOMAS B. Jb. 502 HaverhiU, 
Lncy Jeremiah Jr. 869 Elm, 
Madden Jamea, 94 ^mesbury, 
Mather John, 434 Broadway, 
McCarthy Bros. 231 Oak, 
McEVOT JAMES, 75 and 77 Hampshire (see advt. 

p. 431), 
McGowan John A. 839 Elm, 
McQueeney William, 106 Elm, 
Miller Frederic, 28 Park, 
Morehouse J. C. 159 Essex, 
Morrison W. 60 South Broadway, 
Murray Brothers, 538 Essex, 
Nealey A. J. Mrs. 93 Union, 
Nolan Dennis, 212 Etro, 
O'Donnell Ann Mrs. 164 Valley, 
Oslington Geoi^e, 44 Hampshire, 
Pieree E. W. 100 Broadway, 
Powell E. P. & Brother, 503 and 505 Broadway, 
POWER MAURICE, 273 Hampshire, 
Bawnsley Robert, 40 Stafford, 
Richards W. T, & Co. 160 Broadway, 
Riley John, 367 Hampshire, 



GBOOSR8. 183 



Eassell John, 86 Amesbniyy Lawrence 

Schubert F. 26 Park, ** 

Scott Mary E. 816 Broadway, «« 

Shanahan Thomas, 28 Newton, ^* 

Shattuck Brothers, Essex, cor. Amesbnry, <* | 
SIMPSON JAMES R. A Co. 843 Essex (see advt. 

p. 433), " 

Smith & Wheeler, 107 Haverhill, " 

Somerville Thomas H. 365 Lowell, «« 

Wadleigh George 6. 61 White, «« 

Ward James, 83 Oak, «« 

Webb Thomas, 97 Broadway, «« 

Welch Ellen, 252 Oak, «« 

Werk William, 88 Prospect, " 

Woodbory Brothers, 223 and 227 Broadway, *^ 

Adams J. E. 100 Essex, Lynn 

Babb A. M. & C. A. 82 Market, «« 

Baggan Frank, Boston, cor. Child, ^^ 

Bagley Frank, Waterhill st. «« 

Bates Edwin, 65 Essex, <« 

Bessom E. A., Union st. ** 

Blood Josiah B. & Son, 168 Market, ** 

Boothby M. 17 North Franklin, '« 
Boscobel Boston Branch, Greo. A. F. Eangham, 51 

and 52 South Common, '* 

Bragdon Edward, 41 Bnflhm, *' 

Breed George W. 21 Broad, «' 

Breed Joseph W. 17 South Common, ** 

Breen J. C. 76 Blossom, ** 

Bryant M. J. 73 Chatham, «* 

Barke William, 36 Harbor, ** 

Cash Charles E. 154 Chatham, *« 

Cash E., Chatham st. *« 

Cate George B. 104 Sammer, *^ 

Caverly E. J. & Co. 19 and 20 North Common, ** 

Chesley Albert, 96 Essex, <^ 

Clifford George F. 29 Union, " 

Coleman Joseph F. 115 Chestnut, ** 

Cooper Josiah H. 82 Union, ** 

Copeland L. H., Boston, cor. Laurel, ** 

Cross A. T. & Co. 49 Commercial, *« 

Currier Joseph R. 5 Oliver, *^ 

Dolan Edward, Ide, near River, *^ 

Dooley John, 85 Blossom, ** 

Drew & Annis, 98 Broad, *^ 

Drisooll M. H., Cottage, cor. Waterhill, *' 

Drislane D. J., Western ave., junction Summer, ^* 

Dnrland R. M. 69 Union, *' 

Eaton C. T. Jr. 34 J Liberty, ** 



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C froeer M ^ continued. 
Edson C. F. db Co. 20 Union, Lynn 

Edaon N. W. 77 ftnd 79 Franklin, '' 

Evans Evan, 5 City Hall sq. 
Feehan Bernard, 70 Beach, 
Finney Thomas W. 80 Neptune, 
Flanders C. U. 21 and 23 Pleasant, 
Folsom L. M. 113 Union, 
Foster J. A. 15 Silsbee, 
French Frank F. (fancy), 28 Market, 
Faller & Marrow, 122 Central ave. 
Farber William B. 17 Ingalls, 
Giddin W. J. Mrs. 552 Boston, 
Gove Greo. L. 73 Sagamore, 
Graves Isaiah, 2 Mason, 
GriiBn Bridget Mrs. 427 Boston, 
Gunn James, May st. 
Harlow A. J. 3 Cottage^ 
Haskell B. F. 74 Chestnut, 
Hatfield H. M. & Co. 18 Pearl, 
Higgins John Mrs. 72 Pleasant, 
Hizon W. S. 352 and 354 Western ate. 
Holder £. A. 35 Pearl, 
Honors O. G. 240 Chestnut, 
Horigan Timothy, 21 Amity, 
Hassey G. W. 80 Union, 
Ingalls Charles F., Timson, cor. Empire, 
Jennings C. A. 25 Hanover, 
Joint William db Sons, Essex, cor. Fayette, 
Eeay Wm. H. 284 Essex, 
Legere Phillip, 33 Harbor, 
Leonard Patrick, 82 Blossom, 
Lewis F. C. 37 Lewis, 
Litch E. C. & J. 2tf and 31 Central ave. 
Longley M. P. 191 Essex, 
Lord E., Lake ave. 
Lydon J. A. 52 Beach, 
Marsh Stephen S. 33 Sammer, 
Martin Patrick, 57 Sagamore, 
McBride B. F. 142 fiioad, 
McCue C. 129 Chestnut, 
McKenney C. E., Washington, cor. Lelghton, 
McMahon Frank, 490 Boston, 
McMahon Thomas, 28 Ezra, 
McMellen J. 28 Beach, 
McMillen Robert, 21 Spring, 
Moody M. F. & Co. 55 and 57 Sammer, 
Morse & Co. 13 North Franklin, 
Morton James, 175 Essex, 



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Marphy John P. 127 Chestnut, 


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Murphy L. 94 Union, 


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Marphy Patrick, Waterhill st. 


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Newhall E. 166^ Essex, 


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Northrop Arthur, jr. 85 Neptune, 


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Nourse E. S. 1 Stewart, 


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Osborne & Co. 25 and 29 Market sq. 


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Parker W. H. 162 Summer, 


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Perkins Samuel S. 87 and 89 Lewis, 


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Pettingell S. S. 90 Union, 


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Phillips M. A Son, 172 Summer, 


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Phinney Thomas, 455 Western aye. 


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Hnkham F. A. 287 Chatham, 


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Porter, Dearborn <& Co. 8 City Hall sq. 


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Porter, Taylor & Co. 87 Sammer, 
Ramsdell C. H. 284 Chatham, 


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Ramsdell Nathan A. 841 Western ave. 


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Ramsdell Oliver, 260 Chestnut, 


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Remick D. H. 84 Summer, 


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Richardson E. W . 284 Chestnut, 


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Rollins J. H. 95 Franklin, 


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Rogers Ira D. 15 and 17 Cottage, 


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Ryan Michael, 545 Boston, 


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Ryan Simon, 40 Lewis, 


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Ryan Walter, 515 Boston, 


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Simmons U. D. 125 Essex, 


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Smith John Mrs. 108 Fayette, 


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Staples & Clifford, 290 and 292 Essex, 


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St. Germain A. 146 Broad, 


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Stone Henry, 68 Essex, 


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Tarbox George 0., Boston, cor. Federal, 


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Tarbox James M. & Son, 1 and 2 Federal sq. 


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Taylor W. J. 7 Ann, 


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Thurlow B. A. 188 Essex, 


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Tyler Charles M. 17 Cottage, 


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Usher L. B. & Son, Commercial, oor. Summer, 


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Yickery Joseph, 214 Chestnut, 


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Watson A. & B. H. 180 Union, 


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Whitcomb 0. A. 9 Sagamore, 


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Worden Fred A. 104 Essex, 


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WymanT. E. 18 Alley, 


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Wyman & Pooler, 10 Market, 


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YorkSeth W. 56 Union, 


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Toung E. S. 67 and 69 Broad, 


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Bessoiu Richard, 


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Gale Samuel, 


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Paine William, 


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Paine W. F. 


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Peach Stephen B. 


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Pierce Joseph, 


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Wormstead A. 

Cleary J. H. 

Davis G. G. 

Merrill <& Patten, 

Sorenson R. R. 

Rowell C. E. Merrimacport, " 

DODGE J. S. & SON, Broadway, cor. Lawrence, 

Methaen 
Fisher & Emerson, 29 Hampshire, 
Gale & Frederick, Broadway, 
Rowell I. G. & Co., Hampshire st. 
Sawyer E., Railroad sq. 
Taylor & MerriU, Broadway, cor. Osgood, 
Tyler M. E. 

Akerman John, 128 Merrimao, 
Allen John W. 31 High, 
Bartlett W. L. 82 Washington, 
Billows G. K. 150^ Merrimac, 
Blampey Philip H. 77 State, 
Bowlen Andrew, 228 Merrimac, 
Brookings Philip B. 199 Water, 
Carey Thomas M. 156 Merrimac, 
Carter Wm. H. 210^ Merrimac, 
Coffin J. M. 5 State, 
Dayis F. A. 196 Merrimac, 
Fowle Jacob, 18 Munroe, 
Fowler Moses H. 280 Merrimac, 
George E. M., Green, cor. Merrimac, 
Glynn T., Federal, cor. Water, 
Goodwin Daniel A. & Son, Purchase, cor. Lime, 
Healy John, 94 Water, 
HENNESSY PHILIP, 42 J Carter, 
Hunt Geo. W. 85 Pleasant, 
Ireland Nathaniel, 24 Purchase, 
Janvrin John, 175 Water, 
Lucey Michael D. 116 Merrimac, 
Lnnt Daniel, High, cor. Parker, 
March Samuel, 18 Market sq. 
McQnade Chas. 126 Merrimac, 
Merrill Paul A. 171 Merrimac, 
Morton Henry M. 214 Merrimac, 
Noyes James H. 97 Merrimac, 
Pearson E. W. 54 Lime, 
Pettingill Allen D. *65 Lime, 
Pettingill Moses, 181 Water, 
Plummer Wm. C. 57 State, 
Plnmmer & Balch, 14 Pleasant, 
Poor Isaac, 98 Water, 
Richardson Bros. 108 to 112 Merrimac, 



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Oroeera^ continued. 
Richardson Chas. H. 99 Merrimac, 
Ross M. M. 35 Market, 
Stevens C. P. & Co. 19, 26 and 28 Merrimac, 
Stevens John C. & Son, 20 Purchase, 
Stevens P. C. 177 Water, 
Stickney E. S. 84 Kent, 
Thurlow Wm., Milk st. 
Tilton Daniel G. 48 Federal, 
Trambull Geo. E. 197 Water, 
Warner Geo. M., High, cor. Ashland, 
Whittier Heniy Z., Federal, oor. Middle, 
Wilson Henry A. 28 Market st. 
Winchester J. B. 50 Washington, 
Woods J. J. & W. 85 Water, 
Edwards & Linnell, North Andover 

Dwane Daniel, North Andover Depot, 

Richardson John W. *^ 

Towne & Fuller, «« 

Batchelder W. O. 138 Main, Peabody 

Beers Mary, 56 Harris, 
Bresnahan John, Washington st. 
Bushby & Co. 76 Main, 
Butler T., Washington st. 
Callahan Daniel, English st. 
Corbett James, Tremont st. 
Donnell Samuel db Sons, 15 and 17 Lowell, 
Fifield & Smiley, Caller st. 
Haskell G. F., Nichols' lane, 
Howard Eben S. 59 Holten, 
Humphrey S. H. 71 Central, 
Humphreys B. B. 68 Washington, 
Hutchinson B. F. 7 Lowell, 
LINEHAN JOHN, 18 Foster (see advt. p. 461), 
Mahoney John O., Washington st. 
Maboney Patrick, 68 Walnut, 
Martin James, Fulton st. 
Osbom H. M. 97 Central, 
Perkins P. D. <Sb Son, 27 Lowell, 
Reed Wm. E., Lynn st. 
Sherry James, 145 Washington, 
Sullivan D. D. Mrs., Washington st. 
Symonds Nathaniel, Lowell st. 
Brown Daniel, 
Hoyt John, 19 Main, 
Kidder B. R., Dock sq. 
Patch W. H., Mt. Pleasant st. 
Richardson N. Jr. 6 Main, 
Robb Andrew, 



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Bobbins William, fiockport 

Rowe Eben P. " 

Rowe Francis, ** 

Smith Otis E. «« 

Tanr F. So Brother, ** 

Thnrston db Noble, Dock sq* << 
Goodwin A. Pigeon Cove, 
Mayo E. G. " 
Story Austin W. •* 

Union Store, David Donahae, ^* *' 

Bennett Brothers, 282 Essex, Salem 

Berry Frank T. 48 Essex, «« 

Bickford Samuel E. & Son, 8 School, ^* 
Boston Branch Grocery and Tea House, Babcock 

Sb Perkins, props. 89 Washington, ** 

Caples Morris, 18 Lynn, *^ 

Carey Mary A. 66 Broad, *< 

Cassell John, 46 Broad, ** 

Chandler John, 107 Federal, «• 

Chase P. C. 85 Bridge, " 

Collins Edward A. 44 English, ** 

Comer Charles J. 19 St. Peter, «« 

Curtis Peter, 14 Phelps, «« 

Daniels Charles H. 70 Federal, *< 

Dempsey P. F. 18 Boston, " 

DriscoU Patrick, 18 High, «< 

Ducharme N. 9 Congress, ^^ 

Durgin C. E. & Co. 23 Lafayette, «* 

Eagan B. 40 Broad, *« 
FARRELL THOMAS A. 18 Abom (see advt. p. 

426), " 

Feenan Brothers* 57 Harbor, ** 

Fifield Perkins, 6 Park, «« 

Foster Isaac P. 109 Derby, •* 

FouDk J. A. 104 North, ** 

French John H. 55 Washington, ^* 

Gardner D. B. & Co. 127 W|ishington, ^« 

Goldsmith A. 28 Lafayette, *< 

Goodhue A. P. 44 Derby, " 

Hale James F. 27 Summer, *^ 

Ham & Friend, 891 Essex, ^* 

Hamlin G. A. 88 Lafayette, <' 
Harris I. P. <& Co. 4 and 6 St. Peter, 162 Essex, 

and 132 Bridge, <' 

Harris I. P., Read & Co. 24 Front, ^« 

Hartnett Patrick Mrs. 138 Boston, *< 

Hodgklns George L. 45 Pleasant, ** 

Joyce John, 196 Bridge, *^ 

Keegan Michael, 9 Flint, «< 



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Oroeen^ wntimued. 

Knight Edmand F. 86 North, Salem 

Libbj L. S. 23 Endioott, «' 

Losoomb Henry, 47 Endicott, '* 

Maddin Hannah Mn. 7 Congress, ** 

McGaire John, 22 Boston, ** 

McOrane C. 47 Harbor, '* 

Moonej W. M. 92 Derby, ** 

Moynahan Daniel, 91 Derby, <* 

Mullin James J. 1 Prospect, ** 

O'Brien Michael, 146 Derby, '< 

Perkins P. W. 107 Boston, ** 

Pettingill C. C. 72 and 74 Federal, *' 

Pickering B. P. 12 Front, «' 

Pratt Lewis R. 84 and 86 Boston, <* 
Produce Exchange Assoc., H. F. Proctor, manager, 

45 Washington, ** 

Redmond WiUiam, 20 High, '« 

Bemon J. C. Jr. 76 Derby, '* 

Reiley James, 4 Vamey, ^' 

Ryan John J. 53^ Harbor, ** 

Sargent George H. 69 Bridsre, ** 

Saanders Charles H. 18 MiU, '« 

Sheridan & Daignan, 59 and 61 Mason, *^ 

Smith Edward A. 2d, 243 Essex, '* 

Stevens Geo. O. 49 Bridge, ^' 

Stodder Simon, 85 North, '* 

Symonds Joseph, 149 North, ^* 

Symonds Thomas, 124 North, *^ 

Symonds Thomas S., North, cor. Bridge, ** 

Tbibanlt Napoleon, 34 Perkins, ^* 
Wells George A. & Co. 116 and 118 Essex and 4 

Washington sq. ** 

White Frank A Co. 56 and 60 Harbor, <' 

Wilcox Edward, 31 Boston, '' 

Allen C. L. A J. W. Amesbniy, Salisbary 

Bakie Bros. 5 Market,, '' '' 

Bartlett E. L., Elm st. ** '* 

Beede L. M. Sq Co. 18 Market sq. *^ «' 

Carr W. E. & Co. 35 Main, " •• 

Connors Patrick H , Elm st. " " 

French D. W., Market st. " ** 

Faller Charles, Market st. '« '< 

Osgood Edwin W., Market sq. '* '* 

Copp Warren P. Saugus 

Stocker Willard H. ** 

Weeks Franklin, " 

Raddin Hiram A. Cliftondale, ^' 

Hitchings A Newhall, East Saugus, <' 



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Rhodes C. B. 

Sisson Geo. W. 

Dargin C. E. 

Holden Greo. H. & Co. 

PettiDgill S. J. 

Shattuck S. M. 

Tucker CfdvlD, 

Troat A. D. & W. D. Wenham 

Wyatt Geo. H. Beverly Farms, " 

^ , ^ Gunsmittis. 

Perley Bros. Bozford 

Day Witham, Georgetown 

Gray Charles J. 227 Main, Gloncester 

BROWN J. F. 102 Merrimack (see advt. p. 454), 

HaverhlU 
Atkinson S. W. 91 Broadway, 
Frost J. W. & Sons, 434 Common, 
McCabe Thomas, 59 Essex, 
Downs Simon T. 110 Munroe, 
Sisson Albert H. 59 Central aye. 
Taylor G. A. 28 Washington, 
Carlton W. K 16} Lafayette, 



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McCarthy E. a., Essex Yard, 
Webster J. N. & Co., rear 626 Essex, 
Fairfield James, 211 Derby, 
Langmaid A. P. & Sons, 203 to 209 Derby, 

Hair (for Plast8ring[). 

Perkins William 2d, 44 Franklin, Peabody 

GRIFFIN TIMOTHY J. 28 Beaver (see advt. p. 
418), Salem 

Hair Dressers. 

{See cUso Hair Workers.) 

Corcoran P. D. 11 Main, 

Felch S. A., Post-office block, 

Griffiths G. H., Friend st. 

Bean S. M., Town Hall, 

Soehrens John H , Main st. 

Carter Phillip, 140 Cabot, 

DeSoasa M. I., Masonic block, 

Ferrick William H., Wallis st. 

Gwinn Wm. H., Railroad ave. 

Letarte & Russell, 89 Rantoul, 

Silva Antonio, Cabot st. and Railroad ave. 

Woofindale G. H., Cabot st. 



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Sair DraterM, eotUinued. 
French Walter, 
HayaeB J. W., Uaple at. 
Sm'allJ.D., Maple st. 
Tebbetts C. H., Maple st. 
West Geo. H., Maple at. 
Tyler W. B. 
Ayen J. E. 
Lander E. W. 

Besaey B. H., Blaaonio boildli^, 
Brown L. H. 
inckard OtiB, Central at. 
Bent £. F. 206 Main, 
Bernard Joseph, 6 Main, 
Bradatmet & lUchards, B2 Main, 
Brodenr Joseph, 27 Main, 
Goldthwaft H. F. 8 Duncan, 
Goldthwait« P. H. 17 Duocaa, 
KnowlesH. £. 171 Main, 
Merchant A. H. 329 Main, 
Harston W. 144 Main, 
McDonald WilUam E. 259 Main, 
Morrill Geoi^ W. 288A Main, 
Renshaw Thomaa A. 4 Donoait, 
Rogers John, 243 Main, 
Botre W. H. 44 Main, 
Wilson Geoi^ge W. 119 Main, 
Wilson U. 182 Main, 
Wltham John Mrs. 16ft M^n, 
Wltham Jobnjr. 196 M^n, 
Hinckley W. A., East Main st. 
Bowe J. T., East Main at. 
Ome E. J. 
Howard Henry A. 
Bean C. 190 Washington, 
Berg C. F. 164 Merrimack, 
Blake Charles E. t Bridge, 
Blake £. F. 136 Merrimack, 
Clary James, 7 Merrimack, 
Coaney T. F. 49 Washington and 6 Essex, 
Cress John, 69 Merrimack, 
Davis D. H. 175 Merrimack, 
Davis Geo. I. 179 Merrimack, 
DeLawrence George, Eagle Honse blod^ 
Frame George S. 3 Main, 

f" i- ""^JUttaT" ''^w^oodrich J. R. 8 Main, 
JStnOFl!*^ «^T«mbert G. H. 10 Washington, 

^cAvoy J. A., room 26 Academy of Mnric, 
l|itchell A. S. 60 Merrimack, 



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Nolan J. H. 110 Merrimack, 

O'Connell J. 199 Merrimack, 

Snell <& Nichols, 9 WashiDgton sq. 

Stackpole Charles S. 53 Merrimack, 

Trotier John B. 57 Essex, 

Turner J. T, 14 Essex, 

ATKINSON <& CARPENTER, North Main at. 

Groves John, 

Schofield George A., Central block, 

Barry Michael, 25 Franklin, 

Barry John, 501 Broadway, 

Bennett Joseph, 572 Essex, 

Cotee Henry, 498 Common, 

Canningham J. P. 54 Amesbary, 

Danver Edward F. 6 Jackson, 

Devlin Patrick, 21 White, 

Doucet Joseph H. 29 Hampshire, 

Doyle David F. 243 Oak, 

Doyle Dennis F. 320 Park, 

Dubois A. 233 Lowell, 

Gallagher & Carter, 55 Broadway, 

Harmon Robert T., Essex House, 

Hartig O. C. 51 Haverhill, 

Hilbert E. C. 184 Broadway, 

Lafrance Napoleon, 591 Common, 

Landers James J. 296 Hampshire, 

Lawrence Joseph, 57 South Broadway, 

Marsden 6. W. & Co. 5 Jackson, 

McDade Joseph H. 15 Lawrence, 

McDonald John J. 126 South Broadway, 

Mead C. J. 10 Lawrence, 

Miller John, 180 Essex, 

Morrison T. E. 141 Essex, 

O'Brien James, 133 Essex, 

O'Brien John, 268 Essex, 

O'Brine D. A. 107 Essex, 

Pendergast Thomas, 17 Jackson, 

Picanco M. C. 9 Lawrence, 

Raidy John P. 91 Hampshire, 

Riordan T. G. 14 Newbury, 

Rondau E. 30 Franklin, 

Rondo William, 87 Broadway, 

Tardy Lizeam, 394 Common, 

Towey Lewis, 228 Essex, 

Voyer Jos. 543 Essex, 

Allen Oscar F. 196 Broad, 

Andrews Brothers, 1 68 Union, 

Andrews J. F. 39 Central sq. 

Anthony William; 117 Union, 



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Bador & Taylor, 185 Union, 


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Beseon R. B. 72 Chestnut, 


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Bowzer Benj. F. 81 South CommoD, 


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Buker Daniel C. 131 Union, 


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Cobb W. H. 2 Central ave. 


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Corbett Robert R. 6 City Hail sq. 


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Dearborn J. S. 54 Munroe, 


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Fox H. 0. 100 Market, 


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Lane G. W. 116 Central ave. 


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Leary Daniel L. 5 Exchange, 




Lima Joaquin £. 125 Broad, 


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Marrow Geo. A. 31 Andrew, 


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Maxim Augustus H. 159 Market, 


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Shannon J. T. 100 Munroe, 


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Stanford £. A., Central ave., cor. Liberty st. 


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Steele William B. 476 Western ave. 


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Wagner Ernest, Currier's block, 
Barth Henry, 109 Water, 
Bradley Frank W. 93 MerrimaOf 
Carnes John W. 9 State, 
Johnson Josiah E., Market sq. 
Kimball Moody, 4^ State, 
Ladd C- W. 3 State, 
Libby A. H. 42 State, 
Nelson W. A. 40 Lime, 
Ratcliffe John, 25 Merrimac, 
Bony J. E. 33 Market sq. 
Sanders Wm. P. 4 Pleasant, 
Teel Alfred W. lllj^ Merrimac, 
Whiting T. M., Market sq. 
Young John C. H. 31 Merrimac, 
Kelley E. J., Water st. 

North Andover Depot, North Andover 
Denbroeder A. L. 1 Peabody sq. Peabody 

Larrabee S. C. 27 Main, " 

Lewis John, Washington st. *^ 

Lyons P. J., Lowell st. 
Smith Wm. A., Warren Bank building, 
Welch Jacob, Walnut st. 
Grant Ivory Jr., opp. depots Rockport 

Moore John Z., Main at. 
Pierce John, 4 Dock sq. 

Gamboa Joseph, Pigeon*CoTe, 

Estella Ralph, Rowley 

Austin Albert H. 10 Boston, Salem 

BABCOCE C. MRS. (ladies), 213 Essex (see 

advt. p. 425), 
Britnell Prank B. llOj Essex, 
Barton A. D. 226^ Essex, 
Call Michael, 106 Boston, 
Cassiola Joseph P. 158 Essex, 
Chamberlain Gideon, 99 Bridge, 
Daniels & Pousland, 182 Essex, 
Duggan Michael J. 80 Derby, 
Full Joseph F. 141 Washington, 
Gardener A. D., Higginson sq. 
Goodhue Charles W. 213 Essex, 
Hagerty Daniel T. 61 North, 
Letourneau L. N. 42 Harbor, 

McMorrill John, 19 Central, " 

Morache Mederic, 195 Essex, *' 

Morgan W. H. 144 Washington, 
Osborn Josiah B., Central st. 
Pare P. A. Z., Higginson sq. 



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Hair Dressers^ continued. 




Pareao Charles, 52 Harbor, 


Salem 


Pollock Robert E. 11 Lafayette, 




Proulx John, 177 Washington, 




Saul James H. 26 Boston, 




Snow Horace W. 69 Noith, 




Soper William A. 4 Norman, 




Stamper Brothers, 202^ Essex, 




Williams Andrew A. 185 Washington, 




Wymond William H. 86^ Lafayette, 


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Quimby Charles L. Amesbury, Salisbury [ | 


Whiting D. B. 37 Market, " 


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Wiggin Sylvester H. 3 Market, " 


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Crowell Joseph W . 


Swampscott 


Taylor James L. 


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Lake Otto E. 


Topsfield 


Hair Goods. 




Brown J. H. 


Gloucester 


BABCOCK C. MRS. 218 Essex (see advt. 


p.425), Salem 


Browne J. H. Mrs. 155 E^sex, 


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{See also Hair Dressers,) 




Hopklnson B. E. 24 Main, 


Amesbury 


Cransbaw A. B. Mrs. 104 Merrimack, 


HaverhUl 


Horton C. A. 94 Merrimack, 


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Walker S. L. 66 Merrimack, 


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Barton C. L. Mrs. 96 Tremont, 


Lawrence 


Brackett A. C. Mrs. 159 Hampshire, 


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Hall D. F. Miss, 232 Essex, 


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Anderson George F. 81 & 83 Market, 


Lynn 


Black M. N. Miss, 80 Market, 


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Faine N. A. Mrs. 26^ Market sq. 


Newbury port 


Roed Daniel T. 4 Pleasant, 


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BABCOCK C. Mrs. 218 Essex (see advt. p. 425), Salem 


Goodhne H. B. Mrs. 12 Norman, 


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Neptune Hall, 19 Duncan, 


Gloucester 


Masonic Hall, Merrimack st. 


Haverhill 


Odd Fellows' Hall, Main St. 


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Music Hall, J. F. Rock, 


Lynn 


Abbott's Hall, 


Marblehead 


Howard Hall, 


Salem 


Mechanic's Hall, 285 Essex, 


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Hammock Manufacturers. 

Union Hammock Co., Duncan, cor. Locust, Gloucester 

Hardware Manufacturers. 

Victor Manof. Co. (builders), 15 Water, Newboiyport 

Hardware and Cutlery. 

{See also Cutlery Manufacturers; also Iron and Steel.) 

McLawlin & Baker, Main st. 

Whitcomb & Garter, Cabot, cor. Broadway, 

Newball Henry, 25 Maple, 

Putnam G. C. 18 Maple, 

Howes Charles, 

Bailey J. E. 

Metcalf G. L. 

Griffin Bennett & Son, 88 Main, 

Haskell B. & Son, 286 Main, 

Sanborn George, 123 Main, 

Story Cyrus, 76 Main, 

Cobban W. F. 

FELLOWS C. H. & CO. 81 Merrimack (see advt. 

p. 454), HaverhUl 

HANSCOM BROTHERS, 30 Main (see advt. p. 

453), " 

Hoyt <& Taylor, 152 Merrimack, " 

Say ward J. H. 85 Washington, 
GOODHUE FRANK T. 60 South Main (see advt. 

p. 469), 
NEWMAN J. A. & SON, 3 Central block, 
Boynton <& Co. 205 and 207 Essex, 
Melvin N. P. H. 582 Essex, 
Sanborn, Austin <& Richardson, 327 Essex, 
Hutchinson W. Henry, 49 and 51 Munroe, 
Jewett H. C. 5 Mason, 
Lindsey F. H. 15 Market sq. 
Luscomb Charles, 109 Union, 
McDermott J. A. 443 Western ave. 
McFarland & Harding, 101 Munroe, 
Myrick Isaac, 45 Pearl, 
Pool H. F. 5 Market, 
Stillings F. I. 56 South Common, 
SISSON ALBERT H. (pocket cutlery) , 59 Central 

ave. (see advt. p. 442), 
THE L. A. MAY CO. 137 and 141 Union (see 

advt. p. 11), 
WELCH ORRIN B. & CO. 120 Munroe (see 

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Hardware and CutUry^ continued. 




Cloon William F. 


Marblehead 


Power D. B. H. & Co. 


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Symonds H. 0. 


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Lyle8ton W. W., Church st. 


Merrimac 


DODGE J. S. & SON, Broadway, cor. 


Law- 


rence, 


Methuen 


Fisher & Emerson, 29 Hampshire, 


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Lord Brothers, 1 7 Market sq. 


Newburyport 


MackiDDey Thomas P. 11 Market sq. 


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Stanley John C. 15 and 17 Water, 


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Stockman Joseph H. 10 Market sq. 


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Thurlow Stephen H. 80 and 81 Market sq. 


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Trask Samuel, 418 Page, 


Peabody 


Whidden Albert H. 18 Main, 


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Smith L. E., Haskins Mock, 


Rockport 


BufTum Charles M. 222 Essex, 


Salem 


Hale Henry & Co. 225 Essex, 


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RICHARDSON & WATERS, 215 Essex, 


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Simonds E. A. 82 Front, 


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Allen C. L. & J. W. Amesbury, Salisbury 


Wing Charles <& Co , Water st. << 


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Harness and Saddle Makers and Dealers. 


Mayer Charles, Park st. 


Andover 


Shattuck C. H., Main st. 


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Barker L. E., Bow st. 


Beverly 


Eraser John & Co., Bow st. 


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Friend Joseph E. 10 Cabot, 


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Putnam E. A., Bow st. 


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Brown J. N. 


Bradford 


McTernen Charles, School st. 


Danvers 


Pillsbury H. H., Maple st. 


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Mcdonald Alexander (see advt. p. 


464), 


Danversport, •' 


Hill T. F., Main st. 


Georgetown 


Bott James L. 5 Main, 


Gloucester 


McCulloch Henry S. 183 Main, 


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Hanson L W. 17 Main, 


Haverhill 


Peters Daniel, 7 Fleet, 




REED M. H. 10 and 12 Court (see advt. p. 


455), ^'1 


Sawyer Amos. 11 Court, 




Sprague W. W. 200 Merrimack, 




Sturgis C. E. 95 Essex and 184 Merrimack, 




Barker George, M arket st. 


Ipswich 


PRES'I ON BROTHERS, North Main st. (see advt. | 


p. 468), 


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Morgan F. M. & Co. 188 Broadway, 


Lawrence 



HARNESS AND SADDLE MAKERS AND DEALERS. 199 



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Nash I. O. 114 Broadway, 
O'Reilly Frank J. 398 Commoii, 
Peters John, 117 Broadway, 
S to well J. 811 Common, 
Wyatt L. B. 15 Jackson, 
Churchill C. R. 19 Centre, 

FOSTER FULTON, 90 Chestnut (see advt. p. 
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Hollis James A. 430 Western ave. 


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Jennings Thomas D. 90 Central are. 


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McElliney E. S. 75 Union, 


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Noyes F. P. 102 Essex, 


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Plumstead Matthew & Son, 131 Broad, 


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Skinner & Grolder, 51 and 53 Central ave. 


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Smith W . F. 143 Broad, 


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Smith Z. 162 Broad, 


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Nolan J. F. 


Marblehead 


Currier Sawyer, 


Merrimac 


Gould D. Warren, 11 School, 


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Corliss Varnum, Broadway, 


Methuen 


Bryan J. F. 46 Pleasant, 


Newbury port 


Donahue M. J. 6 Merrimac, 


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Giilen M. 23 Liberty, • 


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Silloway F. A., Inn st. 


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Welch Morris, 9 Liberty, 


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Young Albert F. 10 and 12 Merrimac, 


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McDonald & Hannaford, 


North Andover 


Dole & Osgood, 13 Washington, 


Peabody 


Prescott Geo. C. 7 Allen's block. 


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Murray A., Mt. Pleasant st. 


Bockport 


Carter J. H. 23 Central, 


Salem 


Coombs Frederick, 121 North, 


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Cunningham John, 85 Derby, 


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Dayton Isaac, 135 Boston, 


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DiUon Charles T. 49 North, 


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Geary Owen, 197 Washington, 


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Leach M. 212 Bridge, 


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Spencer Charles P. 296 Essex, 


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Smith James S. 11 Church, 


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Tuttle Hiram A., West Yard, 


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TUTTLE JOHN, 36 Boston, 


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Watson Otis (collars), 414 Essex, 


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Foss Edwin, 7 Merchants' row, Amesbury, Salisbury 


Wadleigh E. B., Prospect sU 


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Gregg Wm. East 


Saugus, Saugus 


Hardy Jacob J, 


Topsfield 


Hobbs Henry, 


Wenham 


Young Benj. F. 


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Manniug B. W . 


West Newbury 



200 EgaEX COUKTT DIBECTOBT. 




Harness leather. 






MOEEISON DANIEL, 2 Meirimiio (■«<! .drt. p. 




«7), 


Newboryport 




Harness Twine. 






AELINGTON MILLS (ite «dTt. p. 427), 


Lawrence 




Hat Manufacturers. 






Merrimac Hftt Co. (wool). 


Amesbury 




Gilmm John P. A Son, 


Bradford 




HsTcrhiil Hat Co. (wool), rear City Hall, 


Haverhill 




THOM W. B. & CO. 126 RIvbi, 


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Ingalls James (wool), Broadway, 


Methnen. 




Tenney J. M. (wool), Broadway, 


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Baylcy Hat Co., Wm. P. Maboney, agent, 310 Uet^ 




rimao, 


Newbnryporti 




Port«r Edward F. (ailk), 13 State, 






Hat and Bonnet Bleachery 






WHITE G. A. 6 TremoDt, near Market (see advt. 




p. 445), 


Lyon 




Clapp WUlum A. 270^ Essex, 


Salem 




Hats, Caps, and Furs. 






(See cd»o Hal Manufactura-g.) 






ColltDS K. E. S3 Main, 


Amesbury 




Toppan Lewis, 6 Merchants' row, , 


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Bradl>-T Joseph M. 16 Main, 


Andover 




Cole P. 


Georgetown 




Carey M. J. 187 Merrimack, 


HaverhiU 




EmersoD Warren, 49 Mernmack, 


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Floyd & Peabody, 84 Merrimack, 


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Kerrigan A. P. J. 24 Water, 






Patterson J. W. A Co. 45 Merrimack, 


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Roche T. J. 10 Main, 


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Sheldon 4 Sargent, 61 Merrimack, 


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Sleeper D. A. 18 Merrimack, 


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Three Taylors, 73 and 75 Merrimack, 


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T-ii^on A. M. 42 and 44 Merrimack, 


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erSamnelN. 


Ipswich 




Ian Robert & Son, 


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(nell Bros. 469 Essex, 


Lawrence 




Us Geo. F. 519 Essex, 


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en BeojamiD, 549 Essex, 


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res B. F. 285 Essex, 


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Leonard James F. & Co. 230 Essex, 

Oswald William & Co. 229 to 235 Essex, 

Powers M. A. & Co. 217 Essex, 

Sharon & Poisson, 397 Essex, 

Spaulding William R. 163 Essex, 

Spitz T. P. 405 Essex, 

Warren A. R. & Son, 187 Essex, 

Batman M. & Co. 155 Union, 

Cashing & Howes, 166 Union, 

Dam & Warner, 125 Union, 

Donohoe John F. 8 Manroe, 

Dancan John A. 134 Market, 

Goodridge Charles S. 60 Market, 

HATFIELD & BURDETT, 98 Monroe (see advt. 

p. 445), 
Mansfield P. B. <& Co. 89 Manroe, 
Yalpey Samnel B. & Son, 15 Market sq. 
Ward Henry A. 19 Market, 
Wilmot H. B. 90 & 92 Market, 
Taylor L. B., Boscobel block, 
Power L. R. 
Solkins & Laokey, 
Ballon J. W. 17 State, 
Dennett H. N. <& Son, 18 State, 
Geary A. H. 21 State, 
Piper W. H. 8 State, 
Toppan Lewis, 37 Market sq. 
Covell T. N. 217 Essex, 
Dreyfus & Co. 221 Essex, 
Hood Asa, 1 78 Essex, 
Norris Bros. 207 Essex, 

VeAm&r William H. <& Son, 247 and 249 Essex, 
Pickering C. F. 200 Essex, 
Smith Geo. H. 191 and 193 Essex, 
Lake Robert, 
Waitt W. F. 

Hay and Straw Dealers. 

{See aiao Flour and Orain.) 

Bnmham Brothers, Rantonl st. 
Dodge, Sanborn & Co., Park st. 
QUINER W. H. & CO., Cabot st. (see advt. p. 461), " 
Dennett & Sammers, Danversport, Danvers 

WARREN C. H. & CO. (see advt. p. 69), '* " 

Folsom J. P., near depot, Georgetown 

Cox C. H., Essex st. Haverhill 

Hardy J. C. 188 Winter, '« 

HASELTINE J. M. 20 Fleet (see advt. p. 465), 
Jordan J., rear 198 Merrimack, 



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Bay and Slraio Dealer», continxted. 
Martin C. W. 65 Merrimack, Havei 

Moody H. L. 16 Main, 
Noyea I. S. 87 Essex, 
PetiiDgill G. W. 36 Fleet, 
Sargent &, Holden, Steamboat wharf, 
Taylor T.J. 69 Water, 
BKOWN GEORGE B., near depot (see adrt. p. 

469), Ipswich 

Hastings & Sagatt, Broadway, oor. Water, Lawrence 
Howard Charles W. 566 Essex, " 

LACAILLADE BEOS. 474 Common (sw adrt. p. 

432), *' 

Morrison R. P. 229 Lowell, " 

Fierce E. W. 100 Broadway, " 

Scott & Victor, 359 to 363 Common, " 

WEBSTER H. K. & CO., Canal St, opp. Everett 

Mills, storehouse, 20 West, " 

Ballard A. & Co. 69 and 71 Oxford, Lynn 

Brown A. C, 71 Union, " 

Butman J. &■ Gott, 56 Central ave. and 232 Sammer, " 
Chesley Albert, 96 Essex, *' 

Est«B Isaac H., Broad, cor. Estes, " 

Hurlbert U. F. A Co. li Friend, " 

Jvpson Eli 4 Son, 34 Slate, *' 

Jones Cyrus, 17 Market sq. " 

Lamper J. B. & W. A., foot of Pleasant at. *' 

Moore Charies, 22 Mulberry, " 

Newhall C. A. 161 Market, " 

Parry William, 154 Market, " 

PortLT, Taylor &, Co. 87 Summer, " 

Ramsdell C. H. 234 Chatham, " 

R«e(i 4 Wftde, 9 SiUbee, " 

T. A. Newhall Coal Co. 200 Broad, 
Usher L. B. & Son, Commercial, oor. Summer, " 

Woodfine James B. Marhlehead 

Carletou & Smith, Hampshire st. Methuen 

KNIGHT J. B., Central wharf (see adrt. p. 457), 

Newharyport 
Varina N., estate of, 106J Merrimac, " 

Munroe A Arnold, Freight house, Peabody 

WARREN C. H. & CO., Allen's block (see adrt. 

p. 459), " 

TAER ALBERT W., Mt. Pleasant st. (secadvt. 

p. 456), Rookport 

ABBOTT & EETSOLDS, 14 Front, Salem 

Hanson J. V. & J. 2 and 4 Front, " 

HASKELL GEORGE, 219 and 223 Washington 

(see advt. p. 424), " 



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Sanborn & Co. 18 Front, 
SMITH H. F. 147 Derby, 

Heel Manufacturers. 

{See also Boot and Shoe Heel Manufacturers.) 

LYNN MANUF. CO. (see advt. p. 463), 

Danyereport, Danyers 
HILL BYRON L. 174 Merrimao (see advt. p. 

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Beede Charles O. 160 to 164 Union, 
Harnden & Blanehard, 8 to 7 Spring, 
Hill W. S. & Co. 204 Union, 
Lynn Heel Co. 15 Mount Pleasant, 
Benton J. B. 282 Union, 

Heel Nailing Jacks. 

GALLAGHEB MANUF. CO. 18 State (see adyt. 
opp. p. 4), Lynn 

Hide Mills. 

CuUiton John, rear 91 Mason, Salem 

Frye Joseph S., eslate of, head Groodhne st. 

Gidney John, Beach st. 

Biley James & Son, 8 Goodhne, 

Horologist. 

SMITH DANIEL T. 241 Essex (see advt. p. 5), Salem 

Horse Breeder. 

Snow David, 21 Park, 

Horse Clippers. 

Goodridge Moses E. 25 and 27 Fleet, 
Carey Martin, 270 Oak, 

Horse Clothing. 

Carter John F. (horse covers), 

MCDONALD ALEXANDER (see advt. p. 464), 

Danversport, Danvers 
Emerson Warner, 49 Merrimack, Haverhill 

Hanson I. W. 17 Main, 

REED M. H. 10 and 12 Conrt (see advt. p. 455), 
Sprague W. W. 200 Merrimack, 
Sturgis C. E. 184 Merrimack and 95 Essex, 
Three Taylors, 73 and 75 Merrimack, 
PRESTON BROTHERS, North Main st. (see 

advt. p. 468), Ipswich 



Andover 



Haverhill 
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Beverly 



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ESSEX OOUNTT DIBEGTORT. 



Horde Clothing^ continued, 
Morgan F. M. & Co. ISO Broadway, 
Nash I. O. 114 Broadway, 
Noyes F. P. 102 Essex, 
Smith W. F. 143 Broad, 
Smith Z. 162 Broad, 
Carter J. H. 23 Central, 
Covell T. N. 217 Essex, 
Trofatter John H. 101 Boston, 
TUTTLE JOHN, 86 Boston, 

Horse Shoers. 

{See cUso BlackemUhs,) 

Frame Adam R., Park st. 

Harriman Thomas P., Park st. 

FRIEND SETH, 167 Rantoul (see advt. p. 462) , 



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Guinivan James, Water st. 

Haskell F. P., Cabot st. 

Perley Dean A., School, oor. Franklin, 

Quinn Luke, School st. 

Armstrong Jos. H. Danvers Centre, ^* 

Butler Michael, Danversport, " 

Lee Theodore G. 

McEenney E. O., School st. 

Davis W. H. H., Commercial st. 

GARDNER G. D. & SON, Parsons st. 

Hilton William F., foot of Mansfield st. 

Lnfkin E. H. 78 Western ave. 

Mclsaac A., Mansfield st. 

Voss D. C, East Main st. 

McCaleb Vinal D. & Son, at Wm. Wonson's wharf, 

East Gloacester, '^ 
Bickell G. W. 6 Stage, Haverhill 

Gordon J. B. 21 Court, '' 

Ackerman Edwin F. Ipswich 

Goodhue Ephraim, 
JORDAN CHARLES F., North Main st. (see 

advt. p. 469), 
Smith Webster, Market st. 
Wood Frank L., Union st. 
Ames Moses B. 12 Melvin court, Lawre0<^® 

Bryant A. & Son, 262 Lowell, ** 

Emerson Albert, 355 Common, *^ 

Erskine Charles A. & Co. ** 

Farrell Henry, 212 Valley, '* 

Graham J. M. 107 Common, 
Rett John, 303 Elm, 



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Lane James, 47 Common, 

Lowd G. W. 67 South Broadway, 

Morris Geo. A. 15 Broadway, 

Snow F. A. 1 West, 

White John M. 19 Oxford, 

Woo<lard Geo. H. & Co. 43 Essex, 

BACH ELDER UtA F. 23 Sutton (see advt. p. 

446), 
Carey D. 467 Western ave. 
Cornish H. 451 Western ave. 
Cutts Richard A. 3 and 5 South, 
DUFFY J. B. 269 Union (see advt. p. 444), ^ 
Dunn McConey, 135 Broad, 
Griffin Daniel, 73 Central ave. 
Heeney William, 102 Central ave. 
Leslie E. J., Boston, cor. Laurel, 
McGlue John, 62 Willow, 
Meagher Wm., Centre, cor. Western ave. 
Nichols H. S. 7 Essex court, 
ORR J. R. 8^ Sutton (see advt. p. 446), 
Owens P., Cottage, cor. Western ave. 
PYNE A. W. 90 Chestnut (see advt. p. 443), 
ROSS & SEAMAN, 7^ Federal (see advt. p. 446), 
Smith B. B., rear 100 Essex, 
Sweet John W. 153 Broad, 
Thomas Joseph W. 33 Buffum, 
Woodbury John F. 135 Broad, 
Coate Peter, Marblehead 

CALLUM A. J. (see advt. p. 446), 

Merrimacport, Merrimac 
Currier T. B., Howe st. Methuen 

Pedlar S. J., Broadway, '* 

Woodman E. M., Charles st. " 

Donohoe Edward, 7 Inn, Newburyport 

McGLEW BROS., Hale's court (see advt. p. 458), 
O'Connell W. & M., Bridge road, 
Wilcox Charles, North Andover 

HINXMAN S. D. (see advt. p. 467) , 

North Andover Depot, " 
Sheehan Tobin, Wallis st. Peabody 

Smith J. H., ^ilroad ave. '^ 

Pingree H. C. Pigeon Cove, Rockport 

FISKE A. W. 68 Grove (see advt. p. 422), Salem 

Harding John B., West Yard, 
HARTIGAN PATRICK, City Hall ave. (see advt. 

p. 423) , 
Hetherman Wm. 55 North, 
Kneeland T. H., rear 13 Front, 
Lillis & White, 28 Liberty, 



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Horse Shoers, continued, 
McGlew & Marr, rear 29 Front, Salem 

PHILBRICK A. J. 136 Bridge (see advt. p. 16), 
Ricard Wm. F. 9 Laboratory, 
WALLACE J. B. 78 Webb,opp. Horse car stables, 

(see advt. p. 422), 
Wendell George H. 60 North, 
Patten C. W. & Son, California st. Amesbory, Salisbury 
Seavey Irving, Elm st. 



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FELLOWS C. H. & CO. 81 Merrimauk (see advt. 
p. 454), HaTerhill 

Hosiery and Glove Dealers. 

{See also Oents^ Furnishing Goods,) 

ALMY, BIGELOW & WEBBER, 188 Essex, 
Peabody John P. 227 and 229 Essex, 

Hosiery, Shirts, and Drawers Manufacturers. 

Bamford Charles (also gloves), 
Birch John, 
Hallam William, 
Ipswich Mills, 
Ipswich Woollen Mills, 

Hotels. 

American Honse, A. C. Fowler, prop. 

Elm Hoase, E. D. Hatch, prop. 

Mansion House, Charles L. Carter, 

Avenue House, C. H. Carey, 18 and 20 Railroad 

ave. Beverly 

Murphy Jeremiah, Railroad ave. '* 

Hotel Reddington, D. S. Gillis, Boxford 

Washington House, David C. Enowles, Bradford 

Hotel Danvers, A. McG-owan, prop., High, cor. 

Con ant, Danvers 

Pentucket House, Mrs. P. Home, Georgetown 

Bass Rock House (nummer) , Gloucester 

Belmont House, S. A. Latter, prop. 149 Main, 
COMMERCIAL HOUSE, Peter S. Dodge, 43 

Commercial (see advt. p. 447) , 
Gloucester Hotel, George L. Smith, prop., Main, 

cor. Washington, 
Ocean House, Mrs. S. A. Sherburne (summer) , 

Western ave. 
Pavilion Hotel (summer) , C. Mayo, Western ave. 
Pebbly Beach House (summer), Bass Rock, 
Smith Hotel, John J. Murphy, 198 Main, 



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WEDDING INVITATIONS, 

Calling Cards, Society Work, etc. 
THOS. S. BATES & CO. 

EUGRAVEHS AITD PRIUTERS, 



MAHi ORPBRS RRCKIVIC I>ROMI>T' A.TTICNTriON'. 

O. L. STORY, 




Made, Painted To Order and To Let. 
109 SAVSRSIZiZi STKSXT, BOSTOXT. 



STAGE CARPENTER WORK A SPECIALTY. 

T. F. COLLI INS &: CO. 

STEAM PAPER RULERS, 

Blank Book Manufacturers, 

OYER BICE, KENDALL & CO., 93 FEDERAL 8T., BOSTON. 

Special attention piven to Railroad, Bank and Mercantile Account Books. 

Tie most ibonmidilT m\M Biaok Book Bindenr in tbe dtr, 
INCLUBHTG A 60-IlTCH RULING MACHINE. 

Stamping, Nnmberlng, PerforatlDg, and Ruling done at the Shortest Notice. 



PATENTEES OF THE 



Collins' Striker for Ruling Machines, 

Adopted by the United States Government at the Government Printing Office, Washington, In 
preference to all others, and by all the leading Binderies in tbe Country. 



HOTEL WEBSTER, 



Cor. Wesigton Street anil Mm Sijuare. 



AfflERIOAN OR EUROPEAN FLAN. 



ErerylnE Hit anl Fitsl. First-Class U iren Firticilar, 



The Hoaae is fitted up with eveir cotiTenienoe. 

Elevator, Qleotrio Annunciators, and SpeakjiiE Tubes to all 
Bueaos' rooms. 

Heated with Sts&m. Dining-room and Billiard-room lighted 
with Eleotrio Iiight. 

Fine Parlors. Qood Reading-room in oonneotion with the Bil- 
liard Hall. ■ 

Private Dining-room for parties. All are the Best in town. 

J. L. BARTLETT, Proprietor 

(Late of the Hotel Delavan), 



HOTELS. 



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WEBSTER HOTEL, N. Webster, 9 Pleasant, Gloucester 

Western Avenue House, Geo. S. Nickerson, West- 
ern ave. ** 

OAK GROVE HOUSE (summer), Magnolia, '• 

Ocean Side Hotel (summer), " " 

Cbebacco House, John Whipple, Hamilton 

Hamilton House, G. S. Sargent, 

Hotel Bishop, George Bishop, 

Clinton House, G. W. Ham, prop. 79 and 81 Mer- 
rimack, Haverhill 

Creighton House, W. P. Clark, 3 Washington sq. '* 

Dustin House, C. A. Davis, 7i Washington sq. 

Eagle Hotel, J. Dow, prop.. Main st. 

Elm House, S. L. Colby, 18 and 20 Emerson, 

Essex House, A. M. Shute, 69 Essex, 

ETNA HOUSE, James Dewhirst, prop. 34 Water, 

Hotel Delavan, Geo. H. Torry, prop. 137 and 139 
Merrimack, 

HOTEL OPERA, H. M. Colby, prop. 3 How (see 
advt. p. 452), 

TREMONT HOUSE, Harry Fellows, prop. 3 Me- 
chanics' court (see advt. p. 452), 

Washington Avenue Hotel, A. L. Koyes, Washing- 
ton ave. 

WEBSTER HOUSE, J. L. Bartlett, prop., Wash- 
ington sq. (see advt. on opposite page), 



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Eastern International House, 45 Central, *' 

Boston Hotel, Charles A. Powell, prop. 505 and 507 

Common, Lawrence 

Central House, J. Butterworth, 345 and 347 Essex, 
Essex House, J. R. Howe, prop. 445 Essex, 
EVERETT HOUSE, John F. Ramsey, prop. 414 

and 416 Common, 
Franklin House, A. B. Davis & Co., props., Broad- 
way, opp. B. & M. depot, 
GLOBE HOTEL, Frank S. Crockett, prop. 466 

and 468 Common (see advt. p. 16), 
Hotel Brunswick, W. J. Hanrahan & Co., props. 

198 to 202 Essex, 
Hotel St. Cloud, A. R. Ingraham, 253 and 255 

Oak, 
Korb F. W. 240 Prospect, 
Merrimac House, M. C. Whittey, prop. 511 and 

513 Common, 
New England House, Wm. Fitzgerald, prop. 81 

Broadway, 
Shawsheen Hotel, Herbert Gray, prop. 214 South 

Broadway, 



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Hotels, contintied. 
Schindler's Hotel, A. Schlndler, prop. 96 Prospect, 

Lawrence 
Anderson Hotel, James H. Anderson, Central ave., 

cor. Andrews, Lynn 

Auburn House, George McPherson, 172 Market, '' 

Bay State House, Charles E. Jepson, 103 Union, ** 

Bay View House, Hiram S. Meacham, 114 Beach, *^ 
Boyden House, J. H. Hall, 128^ and 132 Union, '« 

Crawford House, P. W. Cloran, 41 to 45 Andrews^ << 
East End Cottage, Geo. S. Littlefield, Ocean st. " 

Essex House, H. Murphy, 298 Essex, ** 

FALMOUTH HOUSE, B. F. Taylor, prop. 21 

Central sq. " 

Flax Pond Hotel, Shean & Riley, opp. Boston st. << 
HOTEL BRUNSWICK, Geo. H. Copeland, prop. 

7 and 11 Summer, <* 

HOTEL NAHANT, Samuel Soule & Son, Nahant 

Beach, P. O. address 100, Washington st. (see 

advt. p. 6), " 

Eirtland House, Miles & Carter, 30 Summer, ^' 

Lynn Hotel, Hayden & Marston, Market sq. '* 

Revere House, N. J« Wales, L. & B. R. R. depot, " 
Sagamore House, O. S. Roberts, 133 Union, <' 

The Winchester, M. C. Cook, New Ocean st. " 

Woodend Cottage, Samuel A. Ashton, prop. 91 

Fayette, « 

Boscobel House, Sanderson &Co., West Lynn, '^ 

Lynntield Hotel, W. G. Fisher, Lynnfield 

Crescent House, Allen Enowlton (summer), Manchester 
Manchester House, Josiah K. W. Peabody, " 

Masconomo House, J. B. Booth (summer), <* 

American House, W. A. Drummond, Marblehead 

Prescott House, J. E. Prescott, Merrimac 

Exchange Hotel, S. Q. Hersey, prop., Broadway, Methnen 
Maolis House, J. F. Folsom, Nahant 

American House, Daniel Hamblet, 18 Merrimac, 

Newburyport 
BROWN SQUARE HOUSE, E. P. Bride, prop. 11 

Brown sq. (see advt. p 457), " 

Cheefter House W. Perley Ayer (European), 1 

Water) , « 

City Hotel, Howe & Richardson, props. 8 to 20 

Middle, " 

Essex House, Wm. B. Wentworth, •* 

Farmers' Hotel, Charles Shute, Wesley st. " 

Hancock House, J. P. L. Westcott, 61 Merrimac, " 
Merrimac House, James A. Shattuck, 100 State, " 

Baldwin Hotel, Wm. H. Baldwin, Monument sq. Peabody 






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Washington Hpase, Wm. Hayes, Washington st., Peabody 
Abbott House, J. S. Eaton, Rockport 

Haskins House, Mary D. Swett, Main st. ^' 

Rockport Hotel, James S. Eaton, Main st. ** 

Glen Acre House, J. F. Swett, Pigeon Cove, '* 

Linwood House, James Hurd (summer), *' " 

Ocean View House, Mrs. S. A. Lougee " " 

Pigeon Cove House, Mrs. E. S. Robinson & Co 

(summer) , Pigeon Cove, " 

Eagle House, L. T. Sanborn, Rowley 

Central House, Mrs. M. Collins, 169 to 181 Wash- 
ington, Salem 
ESSEX HOUSE, W. W. Davis, prop., 176 

Essex (see advt. p. 18), *< 

Farragut House, 19 to 23 Derby sq. • " 

Hotel Smith, E. P. Smith, prop. 78 Washington, «< 
Juniper House, A. B. Gardner, Salem* Neck, '^ 

Lafayette House, Charles F. Kelley, prop. 140 

Lafayette, " 

Tapley House, Geo. H. Sharp, prop. 22 Derby sq. ^^ 
Beach House, Geo. Toung, Swampsoott 

Lincoln House, Wardwell Bros., Phillips Point, " 






Oakland House, J. G. Stanley, 
Ocean House, R. W. Carter & Brugh, 
Elmwood House, J. G. Ryder, 
Topsfield House, D. J. Carlton, 

House Furnishing Goods. 

Newhall Henry, 25 Maple, 

Appleton J. A. 7 Water, 

Davis F. E. 1 Court, 

Drury F. A. 74 Merrimack^ 

Lamprey Wm. B, 80 Washington sq. 

Paridis N. H. 24 Washington sq. 

Ricard & Co. 54 Winter, 

Plouff E. & Son, Central block, 

Fulton & Co., 802 to 31C Essex, 

Standing & Greenwood, 365 & 367 Essex, 

DAME, THORNDIKE & CO. 82 Munroe (see 

advt. p. 17), Lynn 

THE L. A. MAY CO. 137 and 141 Union (see 

advt. p. 11), 
STOCKMAN CHARLES C. 10 Brown's wharf, 

(see advt. p. 457), Newburyport 

Goulding C. H., Walnut st. Peabody 

Eaton J. D. & J. W. 38 and 40 North, Salem 

Gamble J. 6 and 8 Front, " 

Simonds E. A. 82 Front, " 

Patten Stephen C, Market sq. Amesbury, Salisbury 



Topsfield 

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Stetson W. H. Danversport, Danvere 



Scliaefer Charles, 80 Winter, 

Tanner H. C. 24 Main, 

Roberta F. H. 227 Essex, 

De Bill H. 38 Union and 97 Essex, 

Millett D. E. 8 Brimblecom, 

Palfrey W. 189 Essex, 

Smith Thomas J., Newhall, cor. Broad, 

Valequet Joseph D. 127 and 129 Union, 

Smith Chas. T. <& Co. 61 Lime, 

Curtis H. F. 198 Essex, 

Damon & Son, 149 Essex, 

Harding R. F. 160 Essex, 

Valente John, 10 Lafayette, 

Ice Cream Saloons. 

Kempton A. 57 Merrimack, 

TANNER H. C. 24 Main (seeadvt. p. 455), 

Weidman Albert, 250 Essex, 

Ice Crusher Manufacturers. 

LOW DAVID W. (see advt. p. 447) , 

Ice Dealers. 



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Pray J. E. 

Holt B. F. 

Hill Hugh, 

Smith David C. 

Dodge D. N. 

Wenhrim Lake Ice Co. 

Putnam O. F. Danvers 

Hoyt Bros. Greorgetown 

Fern wood Lake Ice Co., F. W. Homans, prop. 158 

Main, Gloucester 

Gloucester Ice Co 9 Pleasant, 
Homans W. A. jr. 

Saunders AJbert, Lanes vilte, 

Abbott J. F.,Rioe st. 
Edwards Charles <& Son, 5 Merrimack, 
Sargent & Nichols, Steamboat wharf, 
Brown William G. 
Whittier Manard, 
Hatch J. & Co. 475 Essex, 
Holt Lewis G. & Co. 263 Essex, 
Cooli(lg«* M. S , Lakewood ave. 
DayG F. 

Drivers Union Ice Co., Lake st. 
Lynn Ice Co. 185 Union, 






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Roberts B. F. & Son, Lake st. 

Allen D. 

Gwinn Milton S. 

Sargent Ralph H. 

Tewksbury D. M. 

Edmands L. H. 

Frost J. N., Chestnut st. 

Smith Charles T. & Co. 61 lime. 

Woods Charles W. 7 Pleasant, 

Greenwood S. M. North Andover Depot, North AndoTer 

Batchelder Henry N. Peabody 

Brown Robert P. " 

Davis George W. " 

Newhall James B. ^* 

Beedel. H. South Peabody, «' 

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Marshall & Stitnson, 11 Mt. Pleasant, 

Norwood Reuben, 

Brad^reet J. B. 19} Lafayette, 

GwIdI Milton S. 163 Lafayette, 

Julyn C. W. 82 Bridge, 

Gould W. P. 

Kinsman J. A. 

Woodbury I. M. 

Gage A. & Co. 

Hay ward Charles A. 

KaVanagh Jeremiah, 

Ice Wagon Manufacturer. 

FRIEND SETH, 167 Rantoul (see advt p. 462), 

Beverly 

Importers. 

CARNEY M. <fe BRO. (liquors), Hampshire, oor. 

Concord (see advt. p. 431), Lawrence 

PRICE C. H. <& J. (Manila cigars), 226 Essex (see 

(see advt. front colored) , Salem 

Manufacturer (Steam). 

LITTLB GEORGrE H. (Little's patent) , Foster 
St. (see advt. ftont colored), Peabody 

Ink Manufacturers. 

Donald W. C. A Co., office 85 Water, Boston, Andover 
Dwyer J. H. (burnishing), 50 Central aye. Lynn 

Fletcher N. B. & Co. (burnishing). 194^ Union, 
Lummis T. J. (burnishing) , Union st. 
MITCHELL E. A. <& CO. (burnishing) , 93 Mar- 
ket (see advt. p. 443), 
Jay Noah T. 18 Elm, Salem 



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Inner Soles and Stiffenings* 

(See also Boot and Shoe Stock,) 

LYNN MANUF. CO. (see advt. p. 468), 

Danversport, Danyers 

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Beede Charles O. 160 to 164 Union, 

Burgess George F. 108 Oxford, 

Estes Charles £. 513 Boston, 

Hardwood, Gloyd & Co. 186 Union, 

Hamden & Blanchard, 3 to 7 Spring, 

Hawkes Walter (textile inner soles), 151 Broad, 

Law John F. 113 Oxford, 

Nickerson J. 34 Exchange, 

Fierce <§b Ellis, 39 Almont, 

Russell & Co. 47 Oxford, 

Skinner B. S. 124 Oxford, 

Wacey David, 196 Union, 

BBOWN PETER, Tremont st. (see advt. p. 460)^ 

Peabody 
Buxton James, Grove st. *' 

Damon Brothers, Rowley 

Buzzell Fred., rear 16^ Dodge, Salem 

DRISCOLL DANIEL, rear 16 J Lafayette (see 

advt. p. 42/)), 
Loring John, Nichols st. 
Marrin Peter, Putnam, cor. Hackett, 
Mulligan B. J., Green pi. 
Page Warren & Co. 8 Dodge, 

Powers John, 7 Highland ave. and 187 Washington, 
Prescott David, 51 Boston, 
ROWELL EDWARD, 194 and 196 Derby (see 

advt. p. 425), 
Weymouth J. E. & Co., rear 16^ Dodge, 

Inspectors of Fish. 

LANE SAMUEL & BRO. 22 Vincent (see advt. 

front colored), Gloucester 

LANGSFORD T. A. & SON (mackerel) , Fear's 

wharf, Duncan st. (see advt. p. 452), 
Huse John, Brown's wharf, Newburjport 

Insurance Agents. 

Briggs George H. (life and fire), 6 Main, - Amesbury 
Smart Joseph A., Main st. Andover 

COLLIER PERRY, Pleasant st. (see advt. p. 

419), Beverly 

PORTER SAMUEL, Masonic block (see advt. p. 

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Stone Samuel H. 160 Cabot, Beverly 

Weflton N. L. & W. H., Maple, cor. Elm, Danvers 

Tapley George, Danvers Centre, 



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Jewett Charles £., Little's block, 

Dodd S. & Co. 4 Pleasant, 

Fears & Cunningham, 191 Main, 

Follansbee H. L. 187 Main, 

Haskell H. C. L. 97 Main, 

Stacey Samuel A. & Son, 195 Main, 

Steele George, 189 Main, 

Adams Edward F. 59 Merrimack, 

Appleton G. A. 7 Water, 

COLE C. H. 98 Merrimack, 

EATON H. F. (New England Belief Association) , 
93 Merrimack, 

Franklin Jones (general) , 60 Merrimack, 

Goodell Walter S. & Son (fire) , Masonic building, 
113 to 117 Merrimack, 

Greenough H. A. (N. Y. Life Ins. Co.), 104 Mer- 
rimack, 

Raymond F. O. 103 Merrimack, 

Smith J. F. 24 Washington sq. 

Spaulding L. W. 103 Merrimack, 

Bell Wesley K. Ipswich 

Cogswell T. F., South Main st. " 

Bevington Thomas, 283 Essex, Lawrence 

Fay A. M. 6 Essex Bank building, 

France I. (life), 467 Essex, 

Jennings John A. (life), 34 Hampshire, 

KILBRIDE J. J. 263 Essex, 

Mack A. E. 268 Essex, 

Murphy James (general), 263 Essex, 

Norwood John K & Co. (general), 6 Lawrence, 

Parker J. 0. 181 Essex, 

Rowe W. R. 296 Essex, 

Stannard J. H. 312 Essex, 

Swan A. D. 7 Lawrence, 

Baker Ezra, 185 Union, 

Baker F. E. 185 Union, 

Berdge Edward A. (fire), 3 Market, 

Boardman & Ingalls, Central tjq. 

Chase George H. (fire), 166 Broad, 

Chase L. F. 169 Union, 

Jenkins George & Co. 13 Willow, 

JOHNSON WM. F. & KNIGHT (life and fire), 
Savings Bank building, 102 Market, 

Lewis & Newhall, 169 Union, 

Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. of New York, 169 Union, 

Mosher A. J. 10 Fuller's block. Central sq. 



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Insurance Agents^ continued. 
Mudge Frank N. 208 Union, . Lynn 

Newhall W. F., Sayings Bank bnilding, 104 Market, '' 
Silsbee J. B. 185 Union, 
Silsbee & Geer, 158 Union, 
Smith W. A. S., Mower's building, Willow Bt 
Thompson Waldo, 6 Ocean, 
Townsend A. J. (life) 162 Union, 
Ward Benjamin A. 8 Exchange and 185 Union, 
Woodbury Seth D., Sagamore building, 
Cheever i Lee, 
Hathaway D. R. 
Trefty Wm. D. T. 
Poore D. J. 
Sargent Bailey, 
Parker James O., Union at* 
Satchelder Joseph A. 
Bartlett W. L. 82 Washington, 
Carter S. B. 76 State, 
Chase E. B. 58 State, 
Chase W. E., SUte st. 
Collins Stephen, 6 Charter, 
Chadwick O. B. & Co. 8 Allen's block, 
Merrill A. H. 11 Main, 
Thomas James H., Allen's block, 
Appleton Z. A. 
Tarr J. T. & Co., Main st. 
Brown Henry A. (fire and marine), 218 Essex, 
Colby Sc Jones, 125 Washington, ' 

COLLIER PERRY, 243^ Essex (see advt. p. 419), 
Dalton J. Frank, P. O. building, 
Daniels Ceorge P. (life and fire) , 287 Essex, room 8, 
Johnson Thomas H. 114 Washington, 
Kendall William H. 189 Washington, 
Mackintire Samuel A. 251 Essex, 
Matthews Geo. H. (life) , 202^ Essex, 
NICHOLS CHARLES S. (fire), 97 Washington, 

(see index to advertisers) , 
Northey William, 104 Washington, 
Odell Charles, 85 Washington, 
Valentine Elmer, 10 Beaver, 
Fifield B. £. 2 Elm, Amesbury, Salisbury 

Insurance Companies. 

(See MiaceUaneoue Department.) 

Intelligence Offices. 

Moore Charles, 22 Mulberry, 
Barron A. E. 25 Liberty, 



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Barton M. A. Mrs. 17 Lafayette, 
Foley George Mrs. 80 Norman, 
Garfield Katie, 106 Federal, 
O'CONNELL TIMOTHY MRS. 299 Essex (see 
advt. p. 2), " 

Iron Castings. 

HAVERHILL IRON WORKS, River, cor. Ayer 

(see advt. p. 453), Haverhill 

CURWEN CHAS. F., Liberty, cor. Derby (see 
advt front colored) , Salem 

Iron Doors and Shutters. 

GOODELL ZINA, 18 Lafayette (see advt. p. 424) , «*"T^ 

Salem 
PATTEN PAUL B. 16 Lafayette (see advt. p. 428), " 

Iron Fence Manufacturers. 

GOODELL ZINA, 18 Lafayette (see advt. p. 

424), Salem 

PATTEN PAUL B. 16 Lafayette (see advt. p. 428), '* 

Iron Founders. 

DeRochemont B. C. Amesbnry 

HAVERHILL IRON WORKS, River, cor. Ayer 

(see advt. p. 453), Haverhill 

Davis Edmand & Son, Canal st. Lawrence 

Josselyn & Webster, Allen st. " 

Merrimac Iron Foundry, William H. Joslyn, agent, 

632 Essex, '< 

Noble Stove Co. 92 and 94 Pleasant, Lynn 

RUSSELL ALBERT & SONS, 108 Merrimac (see 

advt. front colored). Newburyport 

DAVIS & FURBER MACHINE CO. (see advt. p. 

467), North Andover Depot, North Andover 

CURWEN CHAS. F., Liberty, cor. Derby (see 

advt. Aront colored), Salem 

Smith Alonzo H. 90 Central, 
Smith H. N. 18 Dodge, 

Iron Manufacturers. 

Danvers Iron Works, Danversport, Danvers 

Teel E. S. 239 Union, Lynn 

Iron and Steel. 

(See also Hardware and CtUlery.) 

FELLOWS C. H. & CO. 81 Merrimack (see advt. 

p. 454), Haverhill 

HANSCOM BROS. 30 Main (see advt. p. 458), " 






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Iron and Steely continued. 
Treat James A. & Co. 590 EsAez, 
Clooney Wm. 26 Liberty, 
Stanley John C. 15 and 17 Water, 

Isinglass Manufacturers, 

Gloucester Isinglass and Glae Co. 
Norwood C. J. 
Cape Ann Isinglass Co. 
Haskins Isinglass Co. 



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CURWEN CHAS. F., Liberty, cor. Derby (see 
advt. Aront colored), 

Jam Manufacturer. 

WEBSTER FRED. L. (raspberry, etc.). Maple st. 
(see advt. back cover) , 

Jewellers' Supplies. 

Phillips W. S. (tweezers, gravers, etc.), 107 Mun- 



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Jewelry Manufacturers. 

Doyle E. A. 83} Manroe, 
Fogg Julian A. 94 Washington, 

Jewelry, Watches, ClockSi Etc. 

Hudson H. G. 31 Main, 

Osgood F. W. 40 Main, 

Osgood M. C. 82 Main, 

Whiting J. E., Main st 

Hill John B. & Son, 160 Cabot, 

Wallis F. W. 170 Cabot, 

Webb Alden, 5 Broadway, 

Lord Eben S., Maple st. 

Proctor S. H., Maple st 

Bumham Erastns S. 

Hull P. A., Main st 

Chisholm P. A. 161 Main, 

Lane Everett, ISO Main, 

Tebbetts R. A., estate of, 102 Main, 

Thompson F. S. 164 Main, 

Hopkinson C. H. 

Baker R. H. 108 Merrimack, 

Bates James C. 87 Merrimack, 

CATUDAL G. S. 85 Essex (see advt. p. 456), 

Coffin C. M., agent, 155 Merrimack, 



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Davis C. E. 42 Main, 

Dole H. L. 19 Merrimack, 

Fortier Ambrose, 119 Merrimack, 

Harris William H. 13 Emerson, 

Kimball L. & Son, 12 Water, 

Ledd G. H. & Co. 59 Merrimack, 

Severance W. H. 159 Washington, 

Tyler David M., 'Central st. 

Whippich John F., Central st. 

Baldwin W. E. 821 Essex, 

Denning Joseph, 144 Essex, 

Doe Henry P. 289 Essex, 

Emerson Charles W. 447 Essex, 

Fellows S. W. 265 Essex, 

Folger Zenas, 871 Essex, 

Hall Arthur C. 100 Essex, 

Huntoon L. & Son, 237 Essex, 

Enowles David, 369 Essex, 

Mooar Humphrey, 375 Essex, 

Schneider Frank, 242 Essex, 

Smith Frank P. 171 Essex, 

Wain James, 90 Essex, 

Ashton Arthur, 61 Essex, 

Bodwell H. J. 65 j^ Munroe, 

Clark William A. jr. (wholesale and retail). Union, 

cor. Silsbee, 
Clough A. B. & Co. 107 Munroe, 
Davidson Charles W. 75 Broad, 
Doyle E. A. 83^ Munroe, 
Howe George & Co. 41 Pearl, 
Master William L. 3 Market sq. 
Moore George H. 70 Market, 
Newhall S. C. 44 Market, 
Olin J. G. 61 Market, 
Squire Nelson C. 6 Market, 
Woodfall Charles B. 162 Union, 
Homans Samuel, 

Kimball Phillip H. 134 Washington, 
Mason J. W. jr. 
True Frank H. 
Foster N. <& T. 26 State, 
Jones William P. 28 State, 
Moulton Joseph, 41 State, 
SafTord & Lnnt, 19 Pleasant, 
Hewett Starr C. 26 Main, 
Stevens B. F. 16 Main, 
Manning W. N., Main st. 
Chamberlain B. M. & Son, 190 Essex, 
Collins George A. 198 Essex, 



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Curwen S. H. 9 North, 


Salem 


Hurley John F. 160 Washington, 




Eehew William H. 77 Washington, 




Lamson Charles, 286 Essex, 




LOW DANIEL, 231 Essex, 




Nicolson J. W. 284 Essex, 




Peabodj John P. 227 and 229 Essex, 




Peabodj R. M. 143 Essex, 




SMITH DANIETi T. 241 Essex (see advt. 


p. 5), " 


Smith J. Ford, 260 Essex, 




Wrack F. A. 165 Essex, 




Gaptill Moses P., Market sq. Amesbniy, Salisbary 


Junk Dealers. 




Howard D. 6. 


Essex 


Barrett Charles P. 


Gloncester 


Bellea Patrick, City Landing, 


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Brophy L., Walen's wharf, 


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Brophy T. W., foot of Water st. 


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Crockett Wm. T. 451 Main, 


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DODGE PETER S., rear of 58 Commercial (see 


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Dnrnay G., head of harbor. 


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Gaffney D. D., Burnham's Field, 


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Hersey Loring, foot of Water st. 


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Hochberger S. 6 Locust, 


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McGrath James, Fear's wharf. 


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Kneeland C. D., 122 Water, 


Haverhill 


Roberts John, rear 108 Merrimack, 


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Spoffard J. L. & Co., rear 34 Washington, 


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Cram R. F. <& Co. 602 Essex, 


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Gaffoey John, 115 Common, 


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Graichen 0. 50 Park, 


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McGowen David, 199 Newbury, , 


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Wellman John R. 508 Common, 


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Carrecabe John M. 229 and 281 Union, 


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Langlois Jos. & Co. 44 Almont, 


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Martin Patrick, 57 Sagamore, 


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Morton Reginald, 136 Merrimac, 


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Spofford J. S. 30 Merrimac, 


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Stanley John C. 15 and 17 Water, 


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Littlefield M. G. 


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O'Keefe Timothy, Maple Hill, 


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Rahilly Daniel, Main st 


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Casey James, Union st. 
Magreson Frank, 4 Derby wharf, 
Mooney Frank T. 89 Union, 
WADLEIGH & MORSE, 81 North, 
BOARDMAN OFFIN Je. (see advt. p. 497), 

Amesbury, Salisbury 
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(For fuU list see Miscellaneous Department.) 

COLLIER PERRY, Pleasant st. (see advt. p. 419), 

Beverly 
KILBRIDE J. J. 263 Essex, 
WEIL GEORGE L. 268 Essex, 

Carr George J. 185 Union, Lynn 

Flanders A. B., room 8, Sagamore building, ^^ 

NUes W. H. 185 Union, " 

Sisk James H. 169 Union, «< 

COLLIER PERRY, 243J Essex (see advt. p. 419), Salem 
GOVE WILLIAM H. 252 Essex, 
PORTER JOHN W. 252 Essex, 

Jute Bagging INanufacturers. 

Nevins Bagging Mills, 31 English and Skerry st. Salem 

Keg Manufacturers. 

{See also Coopers.) 

Everdean John J. 18 Water, Gloucester 

Farley Henrv, 147 Derby, Salem 

HILL & WRIGHT (office, 141 Sumner st. East 

Boston), 24 Cedar (see advt. firont colored), 
Rowell Edward F., Webb's wharf. 

Kerosene -Lamps and Fixtures. 

Evans Edwin, 68 Market, Lynn 

THE L. A. MAY CO. 187 and 141 Union (see 
advt. p. 11), 

Kerosene Stoves. 

THE L. A. MAY CO. 187 and 141 Union (see 

advt. p. 11), Lynn 

Ketchup Manufacturer. 

Millett D. K. (tomato) , 8 Brimblecom, Lynn 

Kindling Wood Dealer. 

DOW FRED. H. 65 North (see advt. p. 418), Salem 



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{See also House Furnishing.) 

CRAM ALONZO W. 151 Merrimack, 

Smith G. E. & Co. 10 Winter, 

Newman M., Newman's block, Ipswich 

Bingham J. F. 389 £sse;c, Lawrence 

Slater John, 8 Hampshire, 

THOMPSON & COOMBS, 123 Essex (see advt. 

p. 430), 
DAME, THORNDIKE & CO. 82 Munroe (see 

advt. p. 17), * L}Tin 

Hannaford & Perkins, 439 Western ave. 
THE L. A. MAY CO. 137 and 141 Union (see 

advt. p. 11), 
Doane Elisba C. 
Powers D. B. H. & Co. 
WASHINGTON JOHN S. 17 Lafayette 

advt. p. 419), 

Ladies' Dress Goods. 

ARLINGTON MILLS (see advt. p. 427), 

Ladder Manufacturers. 

Staples H. Q. 48 Almont, 

Ladies' Furnishing Goods. 

(See also Dry Goods.) 

Bird & Gorman. 28 Main, 

Brooks Brothers 20 & 22 Merrimack, 

Bryant W. S. 91 Merrimack, 

Deacon & Niblock, 107 and 109 Merrimack, 

Flanders E. O. Mrs. 68 Winter, 

Haseltine C. H. 50 Merrimack, 

Jacobs F. W. & Sons, 37, 39 and 41 Merrimack, 

Lamb C. L. & Co. 90 Merrimack, 

Rhodes C. L. & Co, 54 Merrimack, 

Simpson N. M. 98 Winter, 

Smith V. E., 27 Washington sq. 

Willey Geo. O. & Co. 28, 32 and 84 Merrimack, 

Duggen Ellen, 35 Faj^ette, 

Gurney L. J. 106 Munroe, 

Magrane P. B. 155 and 157 Market, 

Spalding R. A. & Co. 27 and 9 Market, 

Hale William J. 27 State, 

Kelley J. E. 13^ Pleasant, 

KelleyJ. J. 13 J Pleasant, 

Lj'dston J. Miss, 25 Pleasant, 



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O'Connell T. 9 Pleasant, 

Perley Monroe P. 50 State, 

Roaf M. A. Miss, 3 Pleasant, 

ALMY, BIGELOW & WEBBER, 188 Essex, 

COUSINS FRANK, 170, 172 and 174 Essex, 

Peabody John P. 227 and 229 Essex, 

Lager Beer. 

Schindler's Hotel, A. Schindler, prop. 96 Prospect, 

Lawrence 
GANKY JOHN, 39 Mill (see advt. p. 426), Salem 

WINN S. B. & SON, 191 Washington (see advt. 
p. 425), 

Lamp Posts. 

CURWEN CHARLES F., Liberty, cor Derby (see 

advt. front colored) , Salem 

Smith Alonzoy 60 Central, '' 

Lamps and Lamp Goods. 

DAME, THORNDIKE & CO. 82 Munr9e (see 

advt. p. 17), " Lynn 

Land Surveyors. 

PUTNAM CHARLES A. 251 Essex (see advt. p. 

424) , Salem 

Last Makers. 

{See also Boot and Shoe Findings^ etc.) 

Hovey & Weeks, rear 19 Essex, 
Barnett J. M. 79 Washington, 
Blake E. C. 267 Union, cor. Broad, 
Goodwin A. T. 13 Mt. Vernon, 
Goodwin Brothers, Oxford, cor. Almont, 
Jackson John, 265 Union, cor. Broad, 
Lamphier Bros. 113 Oxford, 
Stiles & Galencia, 11^ Lafayette, 

Laundries. 

(See also Dyers,) 

Syhon Quong, 4 Merchants' row, 
Beverly Steam Laundry, C. O. Hard, prop., Rail- 
road ave. Beverly 
Cape Ann Laundry, P.,F. Bussell, Belmont House, 

Gloucester 
Lee Charles, 3j Tremont, " 

Daley Owen, Star Laundry, 111 Essex, Haverhill 

Eagle Laundry, Y. R. Fielden, prop., rear 108 
Merrimack, 



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Laundries^ continued, 
Haverhill Steam Laundry, J. Manners, prop. 86 

Merrimack, 
Eee Sing, 183 Merrimack, 
Lee Wa, 119^ Merrimack, 
Sing Wa, 166 Merrimack, 
BOND J. W., County et. (see advt. p. 469), 
Brown G. C. 21 Broadway, 
Lee Sing, 822 Essex, 
Lee Wah, 150 Essex, 
Lung Quong Man, 158 Essex, 
Sam Wah Lung, 420 Common, 
Sampson W. S. 22 Charles, 
Townsend M. B. 554 Essex, 
Wah Kee Sam, 568 Essex, 
Wah Tuck, 11 Jackson, 
Auburn Laundry, Frank C. Hunt, 288 Essex, 
City Laundry, J. E. Hayes, prop. 147 Union, 
Hurd J. W. 20 Mulberry, 
Lee Wing, 156 Union, 
Lyman Laundry, C. B. Blake, 93 Munroe and 142 

and 149 Union, 
Troy Steam Laundry, C. F. Howes, 162 and 164 

Union, 
City Laundry, Wm. Harris, 11 Middle, 
Lee Wah, Inn st. 
Lung Quong, 25 Market sq. 
Newburyport Steam Laundry, Inn st. 
Parsons G. W., Walnut, cor. Wallis, 
Kee Wah, 169 Essex, 
NAUMKEAG LAUNDBY, C. H. Jewett, prop. 

215 Washington (see advt. p. 426), 
Salem Laundry, D. J. McEntee, prop. 137 Bridge, 
STAR LAUNDRY, Mrs. E. N. Cole, 8^ Lafayette 

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Bailey O. S., over post-offlce, 

Cate G. W., Po9tK)ffice block, 

RowellE. H. 11 Main, 

SALTMARSH EDWARD 0. 26 Main, 

Turner Geo., Main st. 

Whiting F. C. 37 Main, 

Foster George, Main st. 

Foster Geo. W., Main st. 

Hazen Nathan W., Main st. 

Poor George H., Main st. 

Clioale F. W. 

Fuller S. A. 140 Cabot, 



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Quill D. W., Masonic block, 


Beverly 


Perley Sidney, 


Boxford 


Carter Heury, 


Bradford 


Pearl Frank H. 


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Crowley Daniel N. 


Danvers 


Hill Edward L. 


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PORTER JOHN W. 12 Holten, 


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White A. P., Porter's block, 


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Richardson Frank C. 


Essex 


Butler W. A. 


Georgetown 


Jones B. B. 


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Jones Jeremiah P. 


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Jones M. N. 


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McNeinay M. J. 132 Main, 


Gloucester 


Pew William A., Jr. 2 Pleasant, 


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PIERCE JOHN C. Ill Main, 


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RUSSELL CHARLES A. Ill Main, 


44 


Thompson Charles P. Ill Main, 


44 


Woods H.N. Ill Main, 


44 


YORK SUMNER D. 132 Main, 


44 


Safford Daniel E. 


Hamilton 


Abbott & Pearl, 83 Merrimack, 


Haverhill 


Bartlett N. C. 108 Merrimack, 


44 


Brickett & Poor, 103 Merrimack, 


44 


Carter Henry, 2 Bridge, 


44 


Clifford H. A, 103 Merrimack, 


44 


Jones Jeremiah P. & B B. 2 Bridge, 


44 


Merrill Henry N. 60 Merrimack, 


44 


Moody & Bartlett, Masonic Temple, Merrimack st. ^^ 


Noyes Oilman, 47 Merrimack, 


44 


Page John A., 83 Merrimack, 


44 


Savage E. B. 46 Merrimack, 


44 


Tilton Warren, 69 Merrimack, 


44 


Trask Bros. 7 Emerson, 


44 


Wardwell J. 0., 60 Merrimack, 


44 


Winn J. J. 60 Merrimack, 


44 


SAYWARD CHARLES A., Market st. 


Ipswich 


Ames B. C. 296 Essex, 


Lawrence 


Ames M. H. 246 Essex, 


44 


Bell C. U. 301 Essex, 


44 


Burleigh EU>ri(lge T. 263 Essex, 


44 


Cleaveland Joseph, 246 Essex, 


44 


De Courcey Cbas. A. 296 Essex, 


44 


Frye N. P. 253 Essex, 


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Gile John S. 263 Essex, 


44 


Gile W. Fish, 239 Essex, 


44 


Hopkins H. F., Police station, 


44 


Jenkins M. S. 246 Essex, 


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Knos Wm. S. 3 Essex Bank building. 


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LivwyprSy continued. 




Lyall Peter AV. 6 Essex Bank building, 


Lawrence 


Moyes Wm. F. 246 Essex, 


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O'Connor E. B. 263 Essex, 


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Parsons Thomas A. 263 Essex, 


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Proctor D. W. 467 Essex, 


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Sanborn Areta R. 239 Essex, 


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Sanborn John C. 239 Essex, 


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Sargent C. F. 246 Essex, 


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Saunders Caleb, 246 Essex, 


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Saunders Charles G. 246 Essex, 


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Saunders Daniel, 246 E*)sex, 


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Sherman Edgar J. 299 Essex, 


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Stearns John M. 467 Essex, 


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Stone Andrew C. 296 Essex, 


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Sweeney John P. 228 Essex, 


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Tarbox John K. 296 Essex, 


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Thompson Wm. L. 307 Essex, 


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WEIL GEO. L. 263 Essex, 


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White N. G. 5 Lawrence, 


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Allen D. 0. 185 Union, 


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Allen Frank D. 102 Market, 


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Baker Alfred L. 7 Exchange, 


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Baldwin John R. 7 Exchange, 


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Baldwin & Baker, 7 Exchange, 


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Bartlett T. F., Lee Hall, 


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Berry John W . 96 Market, 


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Carr George J. 186 Union, 


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Clarke N. D. A. 3 Exchange, 


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Fabens Wm. C, Sagamore building. 


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Hannan Joseph F. 93 Market, 


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Hawkes N. M., Savings Bank building, 102 Market, '' 


Hurlburt H. F. 3 Exchange, 




Keith Ira B. 189 Union, 




Lamson Caleb, 54 Exchange, 




Leighton Charles, 185 Union, room 7, 




Lucie William H. 3 Exchange, 




Newhall James R. 45 North Common, 




Newhall & Harmon, Savings Bank building. 


102 


Market, 




Nickerson M. P. 185 Union, 




Niles W. H. 185 Union, 




Niles <^ Carr, 185 Union, rooms 1, 2, and 8, 




Peabody Dean, 185 Union, room 7, 




Phillips Edward K. 71^ Market, 




Prentice Benj. K. jr. 7 Exchange, 




Ronayne Thorajis H. 102 Market, 




Sisk James II. 169 Union, 




Smith E. F. P. 102 Market, 


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Tuttle C. B. 9 Central sq. Lynn 

Woodbury Frank G., Sagamore building, *' 

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Trefry Wm. D. T. 

Hoyt T. H. 

Sargent M. P. 

Bogers William M., Currier's block, 

Bartleit Horace I. 25 State, 

Bayley John C. M. 76 State, 

Dame 0. C. 59^ State, 

GERRISH JOSEPH G. 19 State, 

Johnson Harrison G. 84 Market sq. 

Jones N. 53 State, 

Noyes Amos, 24 State, 

Pierce Nathaniel, 19 State, 

Pike John N. 76 State, 

Simpson T. C, Inn st. 

Smith M. 68 State, 

Stone E. F. 53 State, 

Whithington David L. 53 State, 

WEIL GEO. L. North Andover 

Frye N. P. North Andover Depot, " 

Bancroft Sidney C. Peabody 

Farnham Frank E. 8 Allen's block, 

Hoag Charles E. 8 Allen's block, 

Holman George, 5 Allen's block, 

Perkins Benj. C. 21 Chestnut, 

Preston F. G. 23 Lovell, 

Stimson T. M. 48 Lowell, 

Tasker A. B. 

Upton F. Warren, 44 Main, 

Ward well Henry, 104 Main, 

Upham William P. 

Wood Henri N. 

Blodgett George B. 

Bachelder Geo. E., over Post Office, 

Bancroft Sidney C. 223 Essex, 

Battis Edward C. 81 Washington, 

Beckett M. P. 

Benjamin C. A. 252 Essex, 

Collins W. F. M. 252 Essex, 

Crowley Daniel N. 81 Washington, 

Evans Forrest L., Post-Office building, 

Fitz Andrew, 256^ Essex, 

Fuller Samuel A. 114 Washington, 

Gillis James A., Post-office building, 

GOVE WILLIAM H. 252Essex, 

Holden N. J. 71 Washington, 



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Lawyers^ cordinued. 
Hunt Thomas F., Post-office building, 
Huntington Arthur L. 256} Essex, 
Ives George B. 114 Washington, 
Johnson B. N. 114 Washington, 
Johnson & Ives, 114 Washington, 
Kimball D. B., Post-office building, 
Kimball £. P., Post-office building, 
Mahoney Jeremiah T. 129 WashingtOD, 
McCusker P. J. 194 Essex, 
Moulton Henry P. 129 Washington, 
Northend W. D. 252 Essex, 
Northon db Benjamin, 252 Essex, 
Osborne Theodore M. 81 Washington, 
Osgood J. B. F. 287 Essex, 
Perkins B. C. 81 Washington, 
Perry & White, 94 Washington, 
Phillips Stephen H. 252 Essex, 
PORTER JOHN W. 252 Essex, 
PORTER & GOVE, 252 Essex, 
Quill D. W., Post-office building, 
Raymond John Marshall, 81 Washington, 
Richardson Charles W. 81 Washington, 
Russell B. W. 252 Essex, 
Safford Daniel E. 252 Essex, 
Sewall Charles, 71 Washington, 
Stimpson T. M. 194 Essex, 
Svmonds Charles H. 252 Essex, 
THOMPSON CHARLES P., Gate's block, 

Washington, 
Tuckerman Leverett S. 256^ Essex, 
Upham William P. 287 Essex, 
Wheatland George, 194 Essex, 
Wheatland Stephen G. 81 Washington, 
Wright Frank V. 129 Washington, 
Bartlett H. I. 8 Market, Amesbory, 

Burnham A. P. 
Holmes C. H. 
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Forest River Lead Co. Salem 

SALEM LEAD CO., Frank Brown, treas. 125 
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SALEM LEAD CO., Frank Brown, treas. 125 

Washington, room 26 (see advt. front colored), Salem 

Leather Belting. 

{See also BeUing.) 

FELLOWS C. H. & CO. 81 Merrimack (see advt. 

p. 464), Haverhill 

Place C. L. 269 Methuen, Lawrence 

Stedman & Fuller Manuf. Co. 25 Broadway, *^ 

MORRISON DANIEL, 2 Merrimac (see advt. 

p. 457), Newburyport 

Leather Board Manufacturer. 

CLEGG & FISHER, south side Canal (see advt 
p. 17), Lawrence 

Essex Mills, S. F. Dawson, prop, (office, 176 Fed- 
eral, Boston), '* 

Carrecabe John M. 229 and 231 Union, Lynn 

Leather Counters, Taps, and Stiffenings. 

HILL ALFRED G. 24 Washingtoa (see advt. p. 
440) , Lynn 

Leather Dealers and Manufacturers. 

{See also Tanners and Curriers.) 



Beverly 

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Tapleyville, 

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Hinman Charles G. (morocco). 

Lynch & Welch, 60 Federal, 

Learoyd A. P. 

Bates A. A. (morocco) , 

Story Ira (morocco) , Harbor st. 

Habbard & Blake (morocco), 

Arnold C. £• 53 Washington, 

Case H. 6. 81 Washington, 

Downing Amos W. & Co. 13 Washington sq. 

DOWNING & LAUBHAM, 13 Washington sq. 

Fitts Daniel & Co. 95 Washington, 

Flanders & Martin (lacing), rear 116 and 118 

Washington, 
Ford C. T. & Son, 28 Washington, 
Foster Beriah, 73 Washington, 
Greene & Nichols, 44 Washington, 
How Moses, 84 Washington, 
How & Day, 14 Washington, 
Jewett S. L., basement 62 Wingate, 
Kimball Nathan S. (upper leather),* 81 Washington, 
Sanders Leather Co. 140 Washington, 
Viitam J. W. & Co. 88 Washington, 
Wentworth E. P. 30 Washington, 



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Leather Dealers and Manufactxirers, coyUinued* 
Barry Eugene (morocco), 145 and 147 Market, 
Beyer Henry (morocco), 17 Spring, 
Blaney Brothers (morocco), Harrison court. 
Bray & Sherry, Boston st. 
Clark Charles G. & Co. (morocco), 61 Munroe, 
Cro98 & Murphy Brothers (morocco), 156 Broad, 
Doherty Jeremiah (morocco), Harrison court, 
Donallan John & Son (morocco), 156 Market, 
DONAHUE JEREMIAH J., Harrison court (see 

advt. p. 437), 
DONAHUE & WHITE, Harrison court (see advt. 

p. 437), 
Drown F. P. & A. E. (morocco), rear 145 Market, 
Faulkner Geo. , Boston st. 
Henderson & Purdon (morocco), 20 Beach, 
Hoffman & Green (calf, kip, and sheep), rear 34 

Washington, 
Kelly William A. & Son (morocco), 69 Munroe, 
Lennox P. & Co. (morocco), 162 Market, 
Martin Augustus B. & Co. (morocco), 167 Market, 
Moulton John T. (morocco), 151 Market, 
Packer L. M. (morocco), 90 Oxford, 
Pevear H. A. & Sons, Stetson st. 
Pevear & Co. (morocco) , 846 Boston, 
Rhodes & Hutchinson (morocco), 38 Munroe, 
Shute & Faulkner (morocco), 195 Washington, 
SPITZER JOSEPH, 39 Harbor, 
Stowell E. H. & Co. (morocco), 133 Market, 
Tapley Philip P. & Co. (morocco), 114 Broad, 
Weber N. (morocco), 425 Western ave. 
MORRISON DANIEL, 2 Merrimac (see advt. p. 

457), Newburyport 

Blaney & Moore (morocco), Crowninshield st. Peabody 
Brown Rufus, Walnut, cor. Caller, 
Callahan J. C, Foster st. 
Carroll Thomas, Grove st. 
Clark William P. & Co. 138 Main, 
Clerk George, Foster, cor. Spring, 
Cook Merritt, Foster st. 
DEAN & BLAKE, Crowninshield st. (see advt. p. 

461), 
Eagan & Eelley, 118 Main, 
Femald L. & Co., Foster st. 
Foan George, Pierpont st. 
Frost John, rear 138 Main, 
FURBUSH & FULLER, rear 112 Main (see advt. 

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Gill P. R. 59 Foster, 



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Hardy Isaac, WalDat st., oor. Hardy, 

Jacobs B. & A. N., Foster st 

Krous Horman, 16 Pierpont, 

Lord John A. jr. , Wallis, cor. Walnat, 

Messer A. A., Wallis st. 

Nelson Phillip T., rear Lowell st. 

Nelson & Merrill, Foster st. 

Osborn F. jr. & Co., Foster st. 

Osborn G. M. & Co.,Crowninshield st. 

O'Shea John & Bros. , Grove st. 

Rerce Wm., estate of, Foster st. 

Pemberton Bros. 24 Wallis, 

Perkins N., Walnut st. 

Pierce C. L. 

Pinder & Winchester, 152 Main, 

Poor J. H., Foster st. 

Poor L. & G. H., Crowninshield^st. 

Poor & Littlefield, Lowell st. 

Proctor Thomas E. , Webster st. 

RICHARDSON, DOYLE & CO., Walnut st. 

Southwick L. B. & Co., Foster st. 

South wick S. A., Grove st. 

Torr Henry C, Foster st. 

Tigh Charles H., Railroad ave. 

Tyler Frank, Foster st. 

Warner C. O. (morocco), 

Wiley & Poor, 89 Foster, 

Wilson W. & H. P., Crowninshield st. 

Arnold J. E. (morocco), Nichols st. 

Austin Joseph L. (currier), 

Barry Wm. E. 8 Buffum, 

Braden James, 47 Boston, 

Callaghan John, rear 91 Mason, 

Carlton Edward F. 14 Franklin, 

Carlton Henry W. 14 Franklin, 

Clark Geo. (morocco), 36 Beaver, 

Clark Wm. P. (morocco), oflSce at Peabody, 

Conway J. H., rear 69 Mason, 

Crocker & Brown, rear Mason st 

Culliton John, rear 91 Mason, 

Dalton Joseph A. 58 Mason, 

Driscoll J. , rear Mason st. 

Dugan James, 50 Grove, 

Egan Patrick D. (currier), rear 91 Main, 

Evans A. A.'s Sons (curriers) , rear 9 Mason, 

Flint & Co. 233 Washington, 

Frje Stephen N. (tanner), 18 Goodhue, 

Gibney John, Beach st. 

Hamlin John P. (tanner), 14 Goodhue, 



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Leather Dealers and Manufacturers^ continued, 
Harrington Chas. & Co. 23 Boston, 
Harrington L. B. (currier), 428 Essex, 
Haskell Daniel C. & Co. 69 Mason, 
Kenney Wm. (tanner), rear 422 Main, 
Lambert Porter, rear of Mason, 
Looney John, rear 57 Boston, 
Looney Michael, 65 Mason, 
Lord J. A. (tanner), rear 44 Boston, 
Mack Edward C. 27 Beach, 
Maloon Edward A. (tanner), 12 Goodhne, 
Mason John (morocco), 
McGrath John (tanner) , Beach st. 
Muhling Robert, foot of Buffum st. 
Nichols Wm. F., estate of, Nichols st. 
Osgood N. W. (tanner), rear 14 Goodhae, 
O'Shea Michael, Huffbm st. 
Parshley & Stone, 14 Franklin, 
Poor Arthur, rear 91 Mason, 
Pope Wm. (tanner), rear 35 Boston, 
Putnam Geo. F. 65 Boston, 
Reynolds Francis (currier), 45 Irving, 
Riley James & Son, 8 Goodhue, 
Robinson Mathew (currier), 12 Goodhae, 
Sim Peter (morocco) , rear Beaver st. 
Treadwell Nathaniel R. 11 and 13 Franklin, 
Tuttle F. R. & Co., rear 23 Boston, 
Varney D. S., rear 44 Boston, 
Varney George W. (currier) , rear 44 Boston, 
Varney Henry (tanner), rear 44 Boston, 
Walden Joseph F. (currier), 46 Boston, 
Weston Charles & Sons (tanners), rear 11 Boston, 
Wilkins Albert (tanner) , 46 Boston, 
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Porter & Taylor, Danversport, Danvers 

Leather Dressing Machinery. 

McKEEN BENJ. 19 Caller (see advt. opp. p. 5), Peabody 

Leather Machinery Manufacturers. 

BOYLE JOHN & CO., Caller st. place (see advt. 
front colored), Peabody 

MARTIN WILLIAM F. (glassing, glazing, peb- 
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Leather Measuring Machines. 

The Winter Leather Measuring Machine Co., rear 
76 Main, Peabody 

Leather Rollers. 

Frye Joseph S., head of Goodhue, Salem 

Leather Scourer. 

Goodwin B. F., rear Hardy st. Peabody 

Leather Scouring Machine Manufacturer. 

CDRWEN CHARLES F., Liberty, cor. Derby 

(see advt. front colored), Salem 

Libraries (Circulating). 

(See also Booksellers.) 
Public Library of Amesbury and Salisbury, Friend 



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Amesbury 
Andover 

Beverly 
Boxford 
West Borford, " 

Danvers 

Essex 

Georgetown 
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Brechin Hall Library, 

Memorial Hall Library, 

Wilson Joseph N. 154 Cabot, 

Boxford Public Library, 

WestBoxford Library, 

Peabody Institute, Sylvan st. 

Bartlett D. W. jr. 

Town Library, 

Peabody Public Library, 

Proctor Brothers, 108 and 110 Main, 

Rogers John S. £. 

Sawyer Free Library, 

Haverhill Public Library, Summer st. 

Morse Charles C. & Son, 11 Washington sq. 

Ipswich Public Library, 

Lawrence Public Library, 306 Essex, 

Clark M. J. 65 Chestnut, 

Condon John H. 87 Broad, 

Cotton A. F. 43 Pearl, 

Johnson Edward, 6 Market, 

Lynn Free Public Library, City Hall, 

SMITH & ROBINSON, 42 Market (see advt. p. 

445), 
Spinney <& Richardson, 70 Summer, 
Manchester Public Library, Manchester 

Abbott Public Library, Marblehead 

Merrlmac Public Library, Merrimac 

Methuen Public Library, Methuen 

Flint Public Library, Middleton 



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Nahant Free Public Library, 
Lunt H. £. Miss, 29 State, 
Newboryport Public Library, State st. 
North Andover Public Library, 

North Andover Depot, North Andover 



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Peabody Institute Library, 
Hockport Public Library, 
Rowley Book Club, 
Archer A. J. 252 Essex, 
Salem Athenaeum, 184 Essex, 
Salem Fraternity, 175 Essex, 
Kelley E. L., Market st. 
Mills C. M. 
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Weuham Library Association, 

Library Association, Thos. Bradley Jr., librarian, 

West Newbury 

Life Saving Apparatus for Boats. 

LOW DAVID W. (see advt. p. 447), Gloucester 

Lightning Bottle Washers. 

HOYT BROS. 89 Washington (see advt. p. 468), Lynn 

Lightning Rods. 

Prescott G. S. Merrimac 

Lime, Plaster, and Cement. 

Pickett John, Water st. 

WARREN C. H. & CO. (see advt. p. 459), 

Danversport, Danvers 
GriflSn Bennett & Son, 88 Main, 
Swett & Oo., Commercial st. 
Chase D. D. & Son, foot of Main st. 
Sargent & Holden, Steamboat wharf. 
Gage George L. 594 Essex and 206 Lowell, 
Reed Rufus & Co. 574 Essex, 
Runnells O. E., Essex, cor. Jackson, 
Dearborn Bros. <SbCo., Union wharf, 
GUILFORD S. A., Commercial wharf, 
Lamper J. B. & W. A., foot of Pleasant st. 
T. A. Newhall Coal Co., 200 Broad, 
Humphery & Twisden, Marblehead 

Coleman James C, Mercantile wharf, Newburvport 

TRASK J. ARTHUR, Walnut st. (see advt. p. 

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WARREN C. H. & CO., Allen's block (see advt. 

p. 459), Peabody 

Fairfield James, 203 Derby and 52 to 58 Central, Salem 
Goodhue A. P. 44 Derby, ** 

Pickering William jr. & Co. 17 Peabody and 12 

Front, " 

Smith L. A. & Co. 248 Bridge, " 

BOARDMAN OFFIN Jr. (see advt. p. 467), 

Amesbury, Salisbury 






Liquor Dealers (Wholesale). 

Carpenter S. A. 4 Court, Haverhill 

DINSMORE A. S. 53 Essex (see advt. p. 456), 
Kimball M. B. 9 Emerson, 
CARNEY M. & BROTHER, Hampshire, cor. 

Concord (see advt. p. 431), Lawrence 

CURRAN & JOYCE, 58 Hampshire, 
Ford Bros. 24 Short, 
McEVOY JAMES, 76 and 77 Hampshire (see advt. 

p. 431), 
Ryan Michael J*. 97 Lawrence, 
Smith J. B. 527 Common, 
HEFFERNAN EDWARD, 66 Munroe and 17 

Washington (see advt. p. 468) , 
HOYT BROS. 89 Washington (see advt. p. 468), 
Perley R. M. 75 Merrimac, Newburyport 

GANEY JOHN, 39 Mill (see advt. p. 426), Salem 

Gardner A. B. 14J Front, 
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{See also Saloons.) 

Thomas Fred B. 35 Wharf, Gloucester 

DINSMORE A. S. 53 Essex (see advt. p. 456), 

Haverhill 
DONAHUE EDWARD J. 99 Winter (see advt. p. 

455), 
Morrill J. B. 28 Water, 
Shute Joseph B. 126 Merrimack, 
Bradley M. 523 Essex, 
Conlon Daniel F. 133 Broadway, 
Farrell John, 34 Amesbury, 
Finn John F. 42 Amesbury, 
Fitzgerald William, 81 Broadway, 
McEVOY JAMES, 75 and 77 Hampshire (see advt. 

p. 481), 
Oslington George, 44 Hampshire, 
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Liquor Dealers {Retail)^ continued. 

Allen Charles H. 180 Market, . 

AnderBon James H., Anderson Hoase, Central ave,, 
cor. Andrews, 

Bessom W. B., Sagamore building, 

Blaisdell C. S. 179 Union, 

Cloran P. W. 41 to 45 Andrews, 

Corcoran Bernard, 163 Broad, 

Crowley Michael, 89 Andrews, 

Douglass C. H. 87 Central ave. 

Djle George £. 119 Oxford, 

Dynan Wm. J. 81 Munroe, 

Fenton M« A. 49 Andrews, 

French £. R. 20 Munroe, 

French Joseph, 101 Liberty, 

Gilson Edward, 10 to 14 Summer, 

Granger Asa W. 9 Exchange, 

Griffin J. M. 39 Washington, 

Griffin John S. 45 Central ave. 

Griffin & Swain, 37 Washington, 

Gurney Kingman, 94 and 96 Monroe and 75 Wash- 
ington, 

Hamilton J. F. Ill Central, 

Hanlon John, 167^ Union, 

Healey John, 77 Washington, 

HEFFERNAN EDWARD, 16 Munroe and 17 
Washington (see advt. p. 468)| 

Hennesey James, 43 Market sq. 

Hennesey W. H., Exchange, cor. Union, 

HOYT BROTHERS, 89 Washington (see advt. p. 
p. 468), 

Hurley Michael (wholesale), 40 Sagamore, 

LEONARD ROBERT, 145 Union, 

Linehan Edward, 6 Central ave. 

McLaughlin P. 98 Oxford, 

Murphy Henry, 123 Broad, 

Murphy Patrick, Waterhill st. 

Noyes John, 18 Washington, 

O'Hare Charles & Foster, 23 Central sq. 

Payrow Frank L. 11 Sutton, 

Phillips Jacob, 165 Broad, 

Reynolds John, 162 Broad, 

Santry John, 175 Union, 

Thompson & Rollins, Sagamore building, 

Williams John H. 194 Broad, 

Doris W: D. 

Smith Benjamin, 

Walsh J. A. 

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Castel R. L. 16 Derby sq. 

Devine T. A., Front, cor. Lafayette, 

GANEY JOHN, 89 MUl (see advt. p, 426), 

Gardner A. B. 14^ Front, 

Kiley David, 9 Derby sq. 

Kiley John, 6 Derby sq. 

McShane James, 58 Bridge, 

O'Brine D. J. 23 Front, 

O'Donald Patrick, 28 Front, 

O'Hern Timothy, 33 Harbor, 

Pigott & Lawton, 184 Boston, 

SHARP GEO. H. 22 Derby sq. (see advt. p. 15), 

Whearty Frank, lOJ Derby, 

Williams S. C. 20 Derby, 

Lithographs. 

SHAW X. H. & SON, 283 Essex (see adyt front 
colored). 

Lobster Dealers. 

(iSee also Fish Deaiera.) 

Seeley George, Water st. Beverly 

Berry Charles, 4 Webster, Salem 

Clark John, foot Derby st. 

Davis & Edgley, foot Osgood st. 

DODD WILLIAM 0., foot Derby st. (see advt. 

p. 421), . 
DODD WILLES G., foot Derby st. (see advt. p. 421), ** 
Foy Samuel, foot Derby st. 
Gorman Michael, Fort ave. 
Hancock & Hantress, foot Derby st. 
Perkins Henry M., Fort ave. 
Phillips Robert, head Phillips wharf, 
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(See also Bell Hangers.) 

Gray Charles J. 227 Main, Gloucester 

BROWN J. F. 102 Merrimack (see advt. p. 454), 



Atkinson S. W. 91 Broadway, 
Bunker A. S. 280 Common, 
Burghart W. 124 Union, 
Frost J. W. & Sons, 434 Common, 
McCabe Thomas, 59 Essex, 
Osgood & Gallison, 331 Common, 



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Locksmiths^ continued. 
Poor A. B. 84 South Broadway, 
Lyon Charles D. 39 Exchange, 
Marshman Gideon, 6 Munroe, 
SISSON ALBERT H. 59 Central ave. see advt. p. 

442), 
Taylor G. A. 28 Washington, 
Gould John H. 36 Merrimac, Newburyport 

Paul Frank, 148 Merrimac, '' 

Southwell B. E. 27 Merrimac, ^' 

Carlton W. £. 16^ Lafayette, Salem 

Ford Charles M. 22 Central, <' 

Spence Geo. A. 274 Essex, *' 

Looking-Glass Plates. 

SHAW X. H. & SON, 283 Essex (see advt. front 
colored), Salem 

Loom Pickers Manufacturers. 

BARLOW JOHN W., Spicket MUl, 83 Holly (see 
advt. p. 428), Lawrence 



Loom Reed and Harness Manufacturers. 



Emmons Loom Harness Co. 7 May, 
Sladdln Joseph, 10 May, 

Lumber Dealers. 

(iSee o^ Saw Mills.) 

Maxfield & Currier, 
Abbott Sc Jenkins, Essex st. 



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Amesbury 
Andover 



PUTNAM & POPE, River st. (see advt. p. 463), 



Ronndy George, Water st 

Herrick Israel, 

Howe Solomon W. 

Parkhurst John, 

Taylor, (xoodwin & Co. 

Pope Bros. 

Turner & Harrington, 

Waldron E. P. 

Burnham Jacob, 

Story Edward, 

Noyes C. O., Prospect st. 

Allen David G. 33 Rogers, 

Babson Fitz J. jr. 275 Main, 

Griffin Bennett & Son, 33 Main, 

Swelt & Co. 42 Commercial, 

Story Amos A., East Main st. 

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Smith A. G. 

Chase D. D. & Son, foot of Main st. 

Haw 08 <& Jenks, 96 and 98 River, 

Hoyt dc Taylor (fancy), 152 Merrimack, 

Jackman S. E., rear 1 Washington^ 

Jordan J., rear 198 Merrimack, 

Falls & Fellows, Ipswich 

LAWRENCE LUMBER CO., Luther Ladd, agent, 

Essex Yard, Lowell and Haverhill sts. (see advt. 

p. 429), Lawrence 

Plominer H. <Sb Co. 4S4 Haverhill, 
Prescott J. H. & Co. 411 Haverhill, 
Breed Joseph 2d & Sons, 41 Beach, 
Breed S. N. <& Co. 122 Broad, 
GUILFORD S. A., Commercial wharf, 
Lee Nehemiah, 67 Beach, 
Newhall Wm. M. 486 Western ave. 
Neal P. M. 125 Beach, 
Knight Samuel, 
Potter & Gilbert, 
Sargent & Currier, 
Wilson Joseph T. 

Coleman James C, Mercantile wharf, 
Evans J. W. & Co., Brown's wharf, 
HATCH L. M. & SONS, Bartiett st. (see advt. 

p. 45:0, 

Perkins Edward, Water st. , foot of Lime, 

Jacobs Joseph jr. , North Andover Depot, North Andover 



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Clark A. F., rear Grove and Main, 

Hooper John Sd Son, 

Dodge J. & P. A. 

Prescott George, 

Walker Charles, 

Fairfield James, 203 to 207 Derby, 

GifTord N. P. 335 Bridge, 

Langmaid J. P. & Sons, 195 to 201 Derby, 

Stiekney Walter J. 9 Front, 

Todd A. W. & Co. Amesbury, Salisbury 

Boyd NeweU, Salisbury Point, *' 

Machine Forging. 

Bryant A. & Son, 262 Lowell, Lawrence 

Gordon Daniel, 15 Willow, Lynn 

CUR WEN CHARLES F., Liberty, cor. Derby 

(see advt. front colored), Salem 

Machine Jobbing. 

Loring John R., Main st. Andover 

Richardson Nathan, 104 Washington, Gloucester 



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Machine Jobbing^ continued. 
STODDART A. P. 236 MaiD (seeadvt.p. 453), 

Gloacester 
Eaton George, 204 Essex, Haverhill 

HAVERHILL IRON WORKS, River, cor. Ayer 

(see advt. p. 453), 
Howe C. D. 1 7 Court, 
HALL THOMAS, Franklin, near Essex (see advt. 

p. 428), Lawrence 

Bresnahan & Pope, 219 Union, Lynn 

DAVEY THOMAS <& CO. 70 Monroe (see advt. 

p. 15), 
Downs Simon T. (small), 110 Monroe, 

EMERSON GEORGE W. & CO. 67 Washington 

and 54 Central ave. (see advt. p. 438), 

HART THOMAS F. 45 Monroe (see advt. p. 438), 

Holbrook & Barker, 9 Spring, 

Howard E. D. 100 Monroe, 

Kenney B. M. 99 Monroe, 

ENIYETON GILBERT, 56 Almont (see advt. 

p. 18), 

Lake Charles A. 67 Oxford, 

STEWART ALEX. 28 State (see advt p. 484), 

Taylor G. A. 28 Washington, 

Walker & Cotcheon, 30 Washington, 

BOYLE JOHN & CO. Caller st. place (see advt. 

front colored), Peabody 

LITTLE GEO. H., Foster st. (see advt. f^ont col- 
ored), 

CUR WEN CHAS. F., Liberty, cor. Derby (see 
advt. front colored), Salem 

GOODELL ZINA, 18 Lafayette (see advt. p. 424), 

MARTIN WM. F. 15 Dean (see advt. p. 423), 

PATTEN PAUL B. 16 Lafayette (see advt. p. 
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PHILBRICE A. J. 182 Bridge (see advt. p. 16), 



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PHILLIPS OSMUS, 91 Monroe (see advt. fh)nt 

cover) , 
White & Colbath (McKay) , 74 Monroe, 
Whitten & Lascell, 26 Sute, <' 

Machine Stitching. 

{See Boot and Shoe Stitchers.) 

Machinery Dealers. 

STODDART A. P. (new and second hand), 236 
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Brown J. S. 270 Lowell, Lawrence 

EMERSON GEO. W. CO., 67 Washington and 54 

Central ave. (see advt. p. 433), Lynn 

Machinery Repairers. 

Sawyer N. F., rear 70 Washington, Haverhill 

EMERSON GEO. W. & CO., 67 Washington and 

54 Central ave. (see advt. p. 433)9 Lynn 

Holbrook & Barker, 9 Spring, ^* 

Machinists and Machinery Manufacturers. 

(See also Steam Engine Builders.) 

Pettingill Charles F. & Co* Amesbniy 

Loring John R., Main st. Andover 

Smith Ira, Railroad ave. Beverly 

White J. W., Railroad ave. ** 

Sawyer Leather Machinery Co. Danversport, Danvers 
Day W. E. Georgetown 

Richardson Nathan, 104 Washington, Gloacester 

STODDART A. P. 236 Main (see advt. p. 453), " 
Adams Charles W., rear 64 Washington, Haverhill 

Byrant F., rear 64 Washington, *' 

BUSF'IELD JAMES, Mechanics' court, " 

Gardner Charles M. 148 to 152 Washington, ^^ 

HAVERHILL IRON WORKS, River, cor. Ayer 

(see advt. p. 453), ** 

Nichols H. (Kitt cutter) , 21 Washington, " 

Sawyer N. F., rear 70 Washington, " 

Blood Albert (Merrimac machine shop), Medford 

St. Lawrence 

Carter J. H. 271 Methuen, '* 

Craig W. H. 249 Lowell, ♦* 

FOWLER WALTER B., lower end Canal st. (see' 

advt. p. 428), " 

HALL THOMAS, Franklin, near Essex (see advt. 

p. 428), " 

Lawrence Machine Shop, S. S. & W. 0. Webber, 

Canal st. " 

Watts Joseph E. 251 Lowell, '' 

Webster & Dustin, lower end of Canal st. '^ 

Williams, Wilson & Smith, 620 Essex, '' 

BEALE BROS. 67 Oxford, Lynn 

Breed S. B. 84 and 86 Oxford, " 

Bresnahan Bros. 194 Union, ^' 

Carsley Hiram (box machinery), 253 Summer, " 

DAVEY THOMAS & CO. 70 Munroe (see advt. p. 

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■ Machinists and Machinery Manufacturers, continued, 
EMERSON GEORGE W. & CO. 67 Washington 

and 54 Central ave. (see advt. p. 433) , Lynn 

Furbush James W. 22 Washington, " 

GALLAGHER MANUF. CO. 18 State (see advt. 

opp. p. 4), " 

Holbrook & Barker, 9 Spring, ^' 

Kelland George, 240 Union, «' 

KNIVETON GILBERT, 56 Almont (see advt. p. 18), *' 
Knox David (boot and shoe), Oxford st. " 

Lake Charles A. 67 Oxford, « 

Lynn Machine Co. 87 to 41 Mulberry, " 

Rollins & Glazier, 21 Washington, <« 

STEWART ALEXANDER, 28 State (see advt. p. 

484), " 

Walker & Cutcheon, 80 Washington, " 

Goodwin John P. Marblehead 

England Geo. W. Merrimac 

Davis Frank E., Pearson's wharf, Newburyport 

RUSSELL ALBERT & SONS, 103 Merrimac (see 

advt. front colored), " 

Sargent Charles R., Bartlett st. ^^ 

True John A. 17 Inn, " 

Williams & Lowry, 75 Water, *' 

DAVIS & FURBER MACHINE CO. (see advt. p. 

467), North Andover Depot, North Andover 

BOYLE JOHN & CO., Caller st. place (see advt. 

front colored), Peabody 

LITTLE GEO. H., Foster st. (see advt. front col- 
ored) , " 
Vaughn Joseph N. (leather machinery), *' 
Wilson T. E. 17 Foster, " 
CUR WEN CHAS. F., Liberty, cor. Derby (see 

advt. front colored) , Salem 

GOODELL ZINA, 18 Lafayette (see advt. p. 424), *' 
MARTIN WM. F. (glassing, glazing, pebbling, 

and splitting machines) , 25 Dean (see advt. p. 

428), " 

Newcomb George, 18 Peabody, *' 

PATTEN PAUL B. 16 Lafayette (see advt. p. 423), " 
Weston C. ds Sons, rear 11 Boston, " 

Bailey S. R. (carriage), Amesbory, Salisbury 

Osgood Enoch W. , Elm st . " " 

Brown Hayden, West Newbury 

Noyes S. N. ** 

Mangle Manufacturer. 

HALL THOMAS, Franklin, near Essex (see advt. 
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Mantels. 

McCarthy E. a. (wood) , Essex Yard, 
Ajers John W. (wood), 8 Lafayette, 



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Manufacturers' Supplies. 

BUItXH AM WILLIAM H. 809 Methaen (see advt. 

p. 2), Lawrence 

HALL THOMAS, Franklin, near Essex (see adn. 

p. 428), 
Treat James A. & Co., Essex, cor. Broadway, 
WELCH ORRIN E. & CO. 120 Manroe (i 

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( With kind of Chads Mani^factured.) 



Merrimac Hat Co. (hats), Amesbory 

Marland Mills, Moses T. Stevens, prop, (fancy 

woollens) y Andover 

Smith & Dove Mannfacturing Co., George H. Tarr, 
treas. (shoe thread, twine, carpet warp, etc.), 

Tyer Robber Co., Horace H. Tyer, pres. (nibber 
goods), (^ce, 90 Franklin, Boston, 

Raw Hide Manof. Co., office 43 Milk, Boston, 

Ballardvale, 

The Craighead & Eintz Manaf. Co., Boston office, 
52 Pearl, New York offices, 88 Barclay st. and 
SB Park pi. Ballardvale, 

Diamond Match Co. (iViction matches), Boxford 

Danvers Iron Works (rolling mills), Danversport, Danvers 

LYNN MANUF. CO. (shoe stock) (see advt. p. 
468), Danversport, ^^ 

Sawyer Leather Machinery Co. *^ ** 

Pentocket Mills, J. E. Whelpley, treas. (blankets), 
office, 88 Hawley, Boston, Georgetown 

The Little Co. Corporation (boots and shoes). Cen- 
tral ave., cor. Main st. 

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Gloucester Net and Twine Co., inc. 1884, capital 
tl25.000, Wm. Stowe of Boston, pres., Jos. O. 
Proctor of Gloucester, secy, and treas. 
Russia Cement Co. (glue), Geo. B. Bradford, pres. 
Gloucester Roofing Co., Rocky Neck. 

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Manufacturing Companies, continued. 
Union Hammock Co. (hammocks and twine), inc. 

188d, capital 125,000 Benj. F. Hont. of Boston, 

pres., Duncan, cor. Locust, Gloncester 

Russia Cement Co. (fish glue), B. Brooks, treas. 

West Gloucester, " 
Groveland Mills (flannels). South Groveland, Groveland 
Willowdale Woollen Co. (blankets), Hamilton 

Haverhill Hat Co., James E.Gale^ pres. (wool hats), 

rear City Hall, Hayerhill 

Ipswich Mills, Union st. Ipswich 

Ipswich Woollen Mills (hosiery), " 

Archibald Wheel Co., E. A. Archibald, agent. West 

St. Lawrence 

ARLINGTON MILLS (women's worsted dress 

goods) (see advt p. 427), *^ 

Atlantic Cotton Mills, Joseph P. Battles, agent 

(cotton goods), ^* 

BRIGGS <& ALLYN MANUF. CO. (builders fin- 
ish, ect.), 600 Essex, << 
Emmons Loom Harness Co. 7 May, *^ 
Everett Mills, F. C. McDuflSe, agent (cottonades, 

dress goods, denims, shirtings, etc.), " 

GLOBE WORSTED MILLS, Thomas Clegg, treas., 

Samuel Robinson, agent, Allen st. (see advt. p. 

427), " 

Lawrence Duck Co., Wm. A. Barrell, agent (duck, 

twine, felting, etc.), Union st. ** 

Lawrence Flier and Spindle Works, Geo. F. Barker, 

supt. (fliers, spindles, etc.). Canal st. ** 

LAWRENCE LUMBER CO., Luther Ladd, agent, 

Essex Yard, Lowell and Haverhill sts. (see advt. 

p. 429), «* 

Lawrence Woollen Co., J. H. Taylor, agent (shawls) , ** 
Pacific Mills (cotton and worsted goods), " 

Pemberton Co., F. E. Clarke, agent (cotton goods), *^ 
RUSSELL PAPER CO. (book, news, cap, and 

blotting paper) , foot of Canal (see advt. p. 10), '* 
Stanley Manuf. Co., West, cor. Haverhill, '^ 

Steadman & Fuller Manuf. Co. (card clothing, and 

leather belting), 25 Broadway, *' 

Washington Mills, Robert Scott, agent (cotton, 

woollen, and worsted goods), ** 

Wright Manufacturing Co. (worsted and mohair 

braids), Canal st. <* 

Boston Metallic Harness Lug Co. (harness lugs), 

119 Union, Lynn 

Davis Shoe Co., Joseph Davis, pres., (Jeo. W. Wil- 
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Noble Stove Co., L. A. May, pres., R. L. Markland, 

treas. 92 and 94 Broadway, 
T. A. Newhall Coal Co. (coal, wood, lime, etc.), 

200 Broad, 
THE NEW ENGLAND BOX CO. (paper boxes 

and box machinery), 64 Munroe (see advt. p. 

442), 
T. W. Tyler Mannf. Co., A. V. Hill, treas. (boot 

and shoe findings), 14 and 16 Andrews, 
Thomas Houston Electric Co., H. A. Pevear, pres., 

J. J. Skinner, sec, office, 181 Devonshire, Boston, 

West Lynn, 
West Amesbnry Manuf. Co. (wheels and ranniDg 

gear) , J. T. Locke, agent^ Merrimac 

Methuen Company, David Nevins, treas. (cotton 

goods) , Osgood St. Methaen 

Methuen Woollen Mill, Broadway, , ^' 

Bay ley Hat Company (hats), Newburyport 

Chrolithion Manuf. Co., Edwin F. Coffin, treas. 77 

Water, 
Ocean Mills J. W. Wattles, agent (cotton flannels 

and sheetings) , Kent, cor. Munroe, 
Peabody Mills (cotton goods) , 
The Chrolithion Collar and Cuff Co., Merrimac st. 
Towle A. F. & Son Co. (silver and silver plated 

ware), 
Towle Manuf. Co. (silver and silver plated ware), 
Victoria Mills ^sheetings, etc.) 
Victor Manuf. Co. (hardware), 
DAVIS & FURBER MACHINE CO. (see advt. 

p. 467), North Andover Depot, North Andover 

NORTH ANDOVER MILLS, Eben Sutton, treas. 

(flannels), North Andover Depot, 

SUTTON MILLS, Eben Sutton, treas. (flannels). 

North Andover Depot, 
Danvers Bleachery (bleachers), Foster st Peabody 

Essex Glue Co. (glne), *^ 

Cape Ann Isinglass Co. (isinglass), Haskins Bros. 

Rockport 
Haskins Bros. Isinglass Co. ^^ 

Pigeon Hill Granite Co. 

Rockport Granite Co., Charles S. Rogers, treas. 
Bay State Paint Co. Rowley 

Forest River Lead Co. (white and sheet lead), Salem 

Naumkeag Steam Cotton Company, E. F. Balch, 

agent (cotton goods). Union and Peabody sts. 
NEW ENGLAND OVERALL CO., Geo. V. Sib- 

ley, agent (overalls), 21 Central (see advt. p. 

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Mdnufacturipg Oompaniesj continued, 
SALEM LEAD CO. (white lead and lead pipe), 
Francis A. Brown, treas. 125 Washington, room 
26 (see advt. front colored) , Salem 

Salem and South Danvers Oil Co., N. G. Symonds, 

treas. and snpt. (kerosene and rosin), 43 Mason, '^ 
Seccomb Oil Manaf. Co., E. Seocomb, treas. (oils), *' 
HAMILTON WOOLEN CO. (cassimeres, coat- 
ings, print cloths, and sheetings) , Amesbniy, Salisbaiy 



Bradford 

Gloaoester 

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Lawrence 

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Marble Mantels, Shelves, etc. 

Hojt & Taylor, 152 Merrimack, Haverhill 

Weeks Calvin H. & Co. 18 Court and 51 Main, '' 

Marble Workers. 

{See dUo Stone CuUere.) 

Weeks C. H. A Co. (stone), 

Kennedy P. 108 Washington, 

Weeks Calvin H. A Co. 18 Court, 

Bolduc & Mnrphy, 808 Common, 

Leonard John, 195 Broadway, 

Walsh 6b Monahan, 141 Hampshire, 

Guild Isaac O. 45 Pleasant, 

Hayden E., Washington, cor. Boston, 

Lynn Marble and Granite Co., Kavanagh db Carlton, 

props. 882 Boston, m 

Smith A Mahoney, Union st. Methuen 

Davis & Littlefield, 78 Merrimao, Newboryport 

French David M. 44 Pleasant, <« 

Frankland V. £. 218 Washington, <« 

Morgan Thomas, 48 Central, '* 

Biley James H. 11 St. Peter, »« 

Williams John C, Elm st Amesbnry, Salisbury 

Marine Railways. 

Bumham Brothers, Wharf st. 
Parkhurst C. Sb Son, Parkhurst wharf, 
Tarr James G. & Brother, Rocky Nedk, 

East Gloucester, ** 
HAY ALLAN, Nahant road, foot of Beach st. (see 
advt. p. 486), Lynn 

Marketmen. 

{See Prevision Dealers; also Butchers,) 



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Titcomb W. B. 

Gile E. db Son, Essex st. 



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MASONS. 


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Gleason Moses V., Maple are. 


Andover 


Regan & Howard, 


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UptOD £. C, Salem st. 


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Appleton Isaac (8tx>ne), Essex, oor. 


Chamick, Beverly 


Dodge Charles F., School st 


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Fowler J. C, Edwards st. 


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Grant Benjamin D.,Beckford st. 


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Morse John P. , Bisson st. 


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Ober Phillip E. (stone). Porter st. 


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Watson Lawrence A Son, Hale st. 


Beverly Farms, <^ 


Perley Samael A. 


Biozford 


Aiken Charles F. 


Danvers 


Jewett J. W., Maple st 


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McLaughlin S. E. 


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Toomey C. P. 


ii 


Kimball Horace, 


Danverspoit, *^ 


T^ley Joseph A. 


ii ii 


Bornham Frank E. 


Essex 


Brown N. F. 


Georgetown 


HiUs JohnT. (stone;. 


ii 


Sawyer William F. 


ii 


Blanchard Elijah D. (stone) , 


Gloncester 


Friend E. 


ii 


Jackman Eli, 


ii 


Lane George R. 


ii 


Lane William, Washington st. 


ii 


Marshall Benjamin, Granite st. 


ii 


WassL. 


ii 


Bacon Harry H. 


Annisquam, *^ 


Parson Frank B. 


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Bean William, 149 Merrimack^ 


Haverhill 


Blake J. P. 11 Weat, 


ii 


Bowe T. F. & Co. 93 Merrimack, 


ii 


Brickett Barnard, rear 14 Pleasant, 


ii 


Brickett Levi, 9 Court, 


ii 


Burke Martin, 20 Essex, 


ii 


Dorsey Thomas, rear 98 Merrimack 


ii 


FOSTER & MERRILL (brick and 


Stone), 22 Jack- 


son, 


ii 


Harper A Brannen, rear 8 Howe, 


ii 


Noonan E. 166 Merrimack, 


ii 


Sargent Orin L. 12 Pleasant, 


ii 


Griffln James (stone). 


Ipswich 


Hovey Nathaniel A. 


ii 


Jewett M. 


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Kimball Ebenezer, 


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Lakeman Perley (stone). 


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Roberts E. 


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Cate Thomas J. 124 High, 


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Masons J cantintied. 


Cbadbonrne B. F. 55 Eutaw, 


Lawrence 


Keegan John, 246 Oak, 


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Littlefield & Call, 347 Common, 


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Feabodj & RDSsell, 95 Franklin, 


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Pratt Edgar G. 202 Lowell, 


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Sibley Kneeland, 111 Newbury, 


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Chesley.Panl, 17 Shepard, 


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Coombs Perez M. 299 Western ave. 


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Davison Nathaniel T. 12 Sachem, 


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Dearborn Benj. 


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Dearborn Bros. & Co., Union wharf. 


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Dearborn J. F. 8 Neptune, 


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Durell 0. A. (stone), 


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Lord Charles W. 12 Nahant place, 


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Manning James £. 


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McClay J. 267 Union, 


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Norton Hiram, 1 Sutton, 


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O'Connor T. 


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Rich Daniel, 69 Summer, 


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Bobinson C. E. 49 South Common, 


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Smith John A. 28 Liberty, 


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Stevens Warren, 250 Boston, 


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Thurston A. T. 86 Commercial, 


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Warren Chas. 0. 28 Franklin, 


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Whittridge J. L. 17 Beach, 


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Stanley Ezra, 


Manchester 


Stanley Otis M. 


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Allen Wm. H. 


Marblehead 


Cloutman Jacob, 


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Hayes Maurice, 


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IresonJohnD. 


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Kelley Patrick, 


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Laskey James, 


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Lindsey P. P. 


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Reynolds B. F. 


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Verry Samuel, 


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Chapman W . B. 


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Hamilton T. E. 


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Blaisdelll. L. (stone), Merrimacport, *' || 


Blake H. F., Pelham st. 


Meihuen 


Closson Geo. A., Uniou st. 




Nowell S. K., Broadway, cor. Annis, 




Page Rufus L., Broadway, 




Smith & Mahoney, Union st. 




Webster M. H. 




Flint Frank A. 


Middleton 


Flint Geo. B. 


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Flint Sylvanas, 

Jones A. D. 

DeWolfe Chas. 

Currier Albert, 10 Washington, 

Currier Joseph H. 14 Broad, 

Greely John A. 78 High, 

Header C. H. 34 Temple, 

Morrison B. 

Toppan Wm. H. 40 Kent, 

Butterfield Chas. H. (stone), 

Keniston Henry, North Andover Depot, 

BERRT A. W., Walnut st. (see advt. p. 459), Peabody 

Gray Andrew W. 78 Washington, " 

TRASK E. D. Sc SON, 109 Main (see advt. p. 460), «' 

TRASK J. ARTHUR^ Walnut st. (see advt. p. 460), " 

Giles Thaddeus, Rockport 

Whitham Elbridge jr. «' 

Woodfall John (stone) , ^ ' 

Brown Geo. W. Rowley 

Hidden Edward S. «< 

BATES & WHEELER, 163 Derby (see advt. p. 

419), 
Bowditch George, 14^ Hardy, 
Conant & Currin, St. Peter court, 
Derby Cbarles A. 58 Boston, 
Dowbridge H. F. 57 Union, 
Glazier J. B. 42 Mill, 
Glazier Louis H. 284 Washington, 
Grush Michael, 44 Central, 
Harris Walter S. 15 Washington, • 
Hayes Maurice, Marblehead road, 
Hood & Sargent, rear 83 North, 
Hnrd William H. 29 Winthrop, 
Mack J. J. & T. F. 84 Federal, 
Merrill Samuel S., 55 Charter, 
Miller Cain, rear 16 Hathome, 
Parsons J. H. 85 Brown, 
Parsons Joseph M., rear 197 Washington, 
Peterson Joseph N. 62 North, 
Rand Augustus C. (stone), 55 Lafayette, 
SulUvan Michael (stone), 22 Endicott, 
Whipple Sidney, 16 Lathrop, 
Woodbury Charles, Bridge, cor. Planters, 
Currier Edward S. Amesbury, Salisbury 

Dearborn Henry O. 86 High, 
KeviJl Timothy, 
West Reuben S., Spring st. 

Buswell Amos, East Salisbury, 

Buswell Wm. 






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Mcuons^ oorUinued. 
Oliver Charles, 
Norton Horace W. 
Bowell Charles, 
Rowell William, 
Caswell Eben P. 
Woodbury George H. 
Bowen Cornelias, 
Williams Moses & Sin, 

Masons' Building Materials. 

Whittredge J. L. 17 Beach, Lynn 

XBASE K D. & SON, 109 Main (see adrt. p. 

460) , Feabody 

TBASK J. ABTHUB, Walnut at. (see advt. p. 

460), *' 

Fairfield James, 208 and 205 Derby, Salem 

GRIFFIN TIMOTHY J. (hair), 28 Beaver (see 

advt« p. 418), 

Mast Setters. 

Simms James, Parkhurst wharf, Gloucester 

HAY ALLAN, Nahant road, foot of Beaeh st. 
(see advt. p. 486) , Lynn 

Mast and Spar Makers. 

Andrews M. L. 5 Rogers, 

Call J. C. 25 Vincent, 

HAY ALLAN, Nahant road, foot of Beach st. (see 

advt. p. 486), Lynn 

Lunt E. W. Newburyport 

McKAY WILLIAM^ McKay's wharf (see advt. p. 

468), 

Match Manufacturers. 

Diamond Match Co. (Motion) , Bozford 

Mat Manufacturer. 

Foam George (sheepskin), 19 Pierpont^ Feabody 

Mattress Manufacturers. 

MASTERS CHARLES, 17 Washington (see advt. 

p. 448), Gloucester 

Beckford Amos, 12 City Hall sq. Lynn 

Meat Markets. 

{See also Fsovision Dedlera.) 

ERLER & EUNERT, Newbury, cor. Elm (see 

advt. p. 48 1 ) , Lawrence 

NUSSBAUM J. & CO. 126 Union (see advt p. 481), " 



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Mechanics' Tools. 

Bnffbm Charles M. 222 Essex, 
Hale Henry & Co. 225 Essex, 
Richardson A; Waters, 216 Essex, 

Mercantile Agency. 

Bassell Edward & Co., A. S. Harwood, manager, 

54 Exchange, Lynn 

Merchants. 

{See iiUo Cammieeion MercharUe; aUo Country Stores.) 

Allen 6. H. 125 Washington, 
Carwin James A. 125 Washington, 
Emmerton E. Aagastas, 125 Washington, 
Emmerton George R. 125 Washington, 
Hanson Joseph H. 125 Washington, 
Kinsman J. 81 Washington, 
Osgood John C. 5 Barton sq. 
Pingree David, .81 Washington, 
Ropes E. D. 125 Washington, 
Ropes Emmerton & Co. 125 Washington, 
Silsbee John H. 125 Washington, 
Stone B. & Brothers, Asiatic building, 125 Wash- 
ington, 
Trumbull W. H. 125 Washington, 
Webb William 6. 125 Washington, 

Metal Foil Manufacturers. 

Sjmonds Samuel C. & Co. 27 Beach, 

Metals. 

Carrecabe John M. (old) , 229 and 281 Union, 
THE L. A. MAY CO. (old and new), 187 and 141 

Union (see advt p. 11), 
BATCHELDER HENRY C. (old), 29 and 81 

Central (see advt. p. 419), 
Eaton J. D. & J. W. (old), ^ and 40 North, 
WADLEIGH & MORSE, 81 North, 

Milk Can Manufacturer. 

RUSSELL JOHN R. 89 Central ave. (see advt. p. 
472), 

Milliners and Millinery Goods. 

{See also Dresemdkera). 

Graham N. E., Main st. Amesbdry 

Hallowell W. G. Mrs. 47 Main, '' 

Barnard L. H., Main st. Andover 



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MiUinera and Millinery Ooodsy continued. 
Neal O. W.. ^iiss, Main 8t. 
Allen M. X* 'M(s., Cabot st. 
£mer8on R.- K. 166 Cabot, 
Grant M. ^.E.,^ Cabot st. 
Woodbury C. F^Mrs., Cabot, cor. Wallis, 
Alley K. Mk-a-v Porter's block, 
Trask Mary S. Mrs. 11 Maple 
Williams G. H. Mrs. 4 Locust, 
Fowler A. & E. P. Misses, 
Giddings Mary £. Miss, 
NicholM>n M. £. Mrs. 
Hobeon G. A. Mrs., Main st. 
Allen J. F. 61 Main, 
Andrews L. G. Mrs., Elm st. 
Bly M. S. 101 Main, 
Heineman D. 124 Main, 
James A. J. S. 75 Main, 
Pettingrew A. 121 Main, 
Hardy E. M. Mrs. 
Bennett M. A. Miss, 82 Main, 
Bonney H. N. 1 Water, 
Clay M. G. Mrs., Odd Fellows' building, 
Davis C. E. Mrs. 88 Main, 
Harding L. J. 176 Merrimack, 
Horton C. A. 94 Merrimack, 
Leighton G. Mrs. 80 Emerson, 
McGlincey A. T. 10 Water, 
Rhodes C. N. 54 Merrimack, 
Richardson E. 48 Water, 
Smith C. H. 12 Merrimack, 
Strickland S. A. 27 Washington sq. 
Tapley A. A. Mrs. 98 Merrimack, 
Welch-J. A, S. Miss, 19 Water, 
Willey George O. & Co. 28, 80 and 84 Merrimack, *^ 



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Gloucester 

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Groveland 
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Amazeen Charles 0., Market st. 

Gibson R. R. Mrs., Central st. 

Howe Thomas A. Mrs., South Main st. 

Lord A. P., North Main st. 

Sanderpon M. J., Market st. 

Atkinson A. Miss, 210 Essex, 

Belcher A. W. Mrs. 425 Essex, 

Calnan J. D. Mrs. 168 Essex, 

Colburn M. I. Whittaker Mrs. 208 Essex, 

Cowan R. Mrs. 105 Essex, 

Cowperthwaite E. J. & A. L. 496 Broadway, 

Crowell M. E. Mrs. 248 Essex, 

Doyle M. J. Miss, 261 Essex, 

Fleming A. & Co. 887 Essex, 



Ipswich 

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Lawrence 

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MILUNEBS AND MILLINEBT GOODS. 251 


GilmoreL. R. Mfr. 819 Essex, 


Lawrence 


Hardy M. E. Mrs. 485 Essex, 


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Howard M. J. Miss, 184 Essex, 


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Jean 0. & Co. 421 Essex, 


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Kellej Alice Miss, 401 Essex, 


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O'Connell J. E. 299 Essex, 


44 


Seddon A. 153 EAsex, 


44 


Shackleton J. C. 225 and 418 Essex, 


44 


Sheldon & Wakefield, 841 Essex, 


44 


Sulliyan D. Mrs. 509 Essex, 


44 


Baker L. M. Mrs. 94 and 96 Market, 


Lynn 


Cobb M. S. Mrs. 14 City Hall sq. 


44 


Danforth Sb Gwinn, 16 Market sq. 


44 


George M. J. 124 Union, 


44 


Gifford W . B. & Co. 77 and 79 Market, 


44 


Goldthwaite L. M. 18 Market, 


44 


Harris & French, 79 Broad, 


44 


Holmes R. 61 Market, 


44 


Kelley M. E. 52 Market, 


44 


Eillam W. Mrs. 84 Union, 


44 


Kimball L. C. Mrs. 78 Broad, 


44 


Leavitt E. U. 63 Market, 


44 


Radford J. Mrs. 80 Broad, 


44 


Salter William T. 182 Market, 


44 


Varney F. E. Mrs. 49 Market, 


44 


White M. L. 85 Market, 


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W oods A. 128 Central aye. 


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Dick A. W. & Co., Boscobel block, West 


Lynn, " 


W inchester A. E. 


Manchester 


Brown J. H. 


Marblehead 


Evans L. Miss, 


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Hawkes E. S. 


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Hopkins M. B. Mrs. 
Humphrey E. Mary Miss, 
Rhodes J. H. Mrs. 
True S. J. Mrs. 
Batchelder L. T. Mrs. 
Kelley J. E. Mrs. 18^ Pleasant, 
Manning S. C. 64 State, 
Manser G. W. 86 State, 
Pritchard L. E. Mrs. 82 State, 
Richardson S. Mrs. 78 and 75 State, 
Sanderson Mary A. 161 Merrimac, 
Smith & Knapp, 4 Charter, 
Upton A. J. 65 State, 
Wilkinson M. & Co. 84 State, 
Dow Mary A. Mrs. 8 Parsons, 
Sawyer William F. 48 Main, 
Stockwell N. L. 10 Allen's block, 



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MiUinera and MiUinery Oooda^ continued. 
Tharston W. £. Mrs. 84 Main, 
ALMY, BI6EL0W & WEBBER, 188 Essex, 
Browne J. H. Mrs. 155 Essex, 
Conrad David, 181 and 188 Essex, 
COUSINS FRANK, 170, 172 and 174 Essex, 
Gray Elizabeth Miss, 264^ Essex, 
Harris Nancy W. Miss, 278 Essex, 
Peabody John P. (millinery goods), 227 and 229 

Essex, 
Reith & Co. 204 Essex, 
Robinson L.T. 225 Essex, 
Walwork Sara E. 10 Central, 
Wilson Mary B. 262 Essex, 
Thwing E. Miss, 4 Bank block, 
Wheeler db Forbnsh, 85 Market, 
Cloagh & Phelps, 
Gould J. P. 

Mill Supplies. 

BARLOW JOHN W., Spickett Mill, 83 Holly 
(see advt. p. 428), Lawrence 

MORRISON DANIEL, 2 Merrimac (see advt. 
p. 457), Newboryport 

Millwrights. 

Hammond W. S., Hardy st. Danversport, Danvers 

Breed S. B. 84 and 86 Oxford, Lynn 

EMERSON GEORGE W. & CO., 67 Washington 

and 54 Central ave. (see advt. p. 488), 
Lynn Machine Co. 87 to 41 Mulberry, 
STEWART ALEXANDER, 28 State (see advt. 

p. 484), 
Walker Ss Cntcheon, 80 Washington, 
TRUE JOHN A. 17 Inn, Newburyport 

Dennison Isaac, Walnat st. Peabody 

Friend & Annable, rear 164 Main, 
MoKEEN BENJ. 19 Caller (see advt. opp. p. 5), 
Rood John, Walnut st. 
Vaughn J. W. , Wal nut st. " 

Darling Chas. B., rear 68 Grove, Salem 

Wason Lyman P. 53 Boston, ** 

Mince Meat Manufacturer. 

WEBSTER FRED L., Maple st. (see advt. back 
cover), Danvers 

Monuments. 

Weeks C. H. & Co. 29 Riverside, Bradford 

Weeks Calvin H. A Co. 18 Court, Haveirhill 



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MONUMENTS. — MOBOOOO MANUFAOrUBEBS, ETO. 253 

BLETHEN A. R. Sb CO., Broad 8t., rear of Engine 
house (see adyt. p. 441), Lynn 

Hayden E., Washinc^ton, cor. Boston, 

Lynn Marble and Granite Co., Kavanagh & Carle- 
ton, props. 882 Boston, 

Bntler J. S. (granite) , 12 j Lafayette and 40 Central, Salem 

Clark Nathan T. (granite) , 54 Union, 

Frankland Y. E. 218 Washington, 

Merrill J. H. & Son (granite), 15 Lafayette, 

Biley James H. 11 St. Peter, 

Morocco Machinery Manufacturer. 

MoEEEN BENJAMIN (patling-oat machine), 19 
Caller (see advt. opp. p. 5), Peabody 

Morocco Manufacturers and Dealers. 

(560 alao Leoither; also Tanners and Curriers.) 

Lynch & Welch, 50 Federal, Beverly 

Bates A. A. Danversport, Danvers 

Hnbbard db Blake, Tapleyville, «' 

Clerk & Lennox, rear 27 Washington sq. Haverhill 

Kimball B. M. 54 Fleet, '' 

Phillips Cashman, 56 to 60 Fleet, 

Bacon & Packer, 12 Andrews, 

Barry Eugene, 145 and 147 Market, 

Beyer Henry, 17 Spring, 

Blaney Brothers, Harrison court, 

Bray & Sherry, Boston st. 

Clark Charles G. & Co. 61 Monroe, 

Clemence B. F., Summer st. . 

Cross db Murphy Brothers, 156 Broad, 

Doherty Jeremiah, Harrison court, 

DONAHUE JEREMIAH Jb., Harrison court (see 

advt. p. 487), 
DONAHUE 4 WHITE, Harrison court (see advt. 

p. 487), 
Donallan John A Son, 156 Market, 
Drown F. P. db A. E., rear 145 Market, 
Faulkner Greo., Boston st. 
Henderson & Purdon, 20 Beach, 
Eelley William A. <Sb Son, 69 Munroe, 
Lennox P. & Co. 162 Market, 
Martin Augustus B. & Co. 167 Market, 
Moulton John T. 151 Market, 
Packer L. M. 90 Oxford, 
Pevear H. A. & Sons, Stetson st. 
Pevear & Co. 846 Boston, 
Rhodes & Hutchinson, 40 Munroe, 
Shute & Faulkner, 195 Washington, 



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SPITZER JOSEPH, 39 Harbor, 
Stowell E. H. & Ck>. 133 Market, 
Tapley Phillip P. & Co. 114 Broad, 
Weber N. 425 Western are. 

Blaney & Moore, Peabody 

Carroll Thomas, Grove at. 
Clark A. B., Uuion st. 
Clark Wm. P. & Co. 138 Main, 
Clerk George, Foster, c^r. Spring, 
DEAN d; BLAKE, Crowninshield st. (see advt. p. 

461), 
Eagan db Kelley, 118 Main, 
FDRBUSU & FULLER, rear 112 Main (see advt. 

p. 461), 
Foan Greorge, Pierpont st. 
Gill P. R. 69 Foster, 
Hammond John, English st. 
Ingraham J. F. I. 
Jackman I. E., Railroad ave. 
Erons Herman (sheepskins), 16 Pierpont, 
McCarthy J. F., Walnut st. 
Pemberton Brothers, 24 Wallis, 
Poor & Littlefleld, Lowell st. 
Southwick H. A., Lowell at. 
Soathwick L. B. & Co., Foster st 
Satton Wm. 141 Main, 
Tighe Charles H., Railroad ave. 
Tyler Frank, Foster st. 
Warner Charles O., Grove st. 
Woodbury Daniel, Walnut st. 
Arnold J. E., Nichols st. 
Clerk G-eorge, 36 Beaver, 
Clark Wm. P., office at Peabody, 
Mason John, rear 44 Boston, 
Murphy W. F. 35 Boston, 
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Morocco Findings Manufacturer. 

Elison Albert W. (flints, glass, and agate), 34 
Washington, Lynn 

Morocco Finishing Machines. 

Knox David, Oxford st. Lynn 

Morocco Manufacturers' Supplies, 

BECKETT BENJAMIN Jr. (rolling, pebbling, and 
glazing machines, etc.), Railroad ave. (see advt. 
p. 459), Peabody 






MOUIiDIKGS MANUFACTURERS. — MU8I0, ETC. 255 

Mouldings Manufacturers. 

MABTIN F. F. A CO., above post-office. Main 
Bt. (see adyt. p. 447), Gloacester 

Mouldings and Brackets. 

Pope Brothers, Danversport, Danvers 

BBI66S db ALLYN MANUF. CO. 600 Essex, 

Lawrence 
LAWRENCE LUMBEB CO., Luther Ladd, agent, 

Essex Yard, Lowell and Haverhill sts. (see advt. 

p. 429), •* 

WIGHT H., Sargenf s MiU, Bailroad st. (see advt. 

p. 429), " 

6UILF0BD S. A., foot of Commercial st. Lynn 

Perkins Edward, Water st. Newbaryport 

Fairfield James (mouldings), 208 and 207 Derby, Salem 
Langmaid P. J. A Sons (moulding), 195 to 201 

Derby, " 

SHAW X. H. A SON (mouldings), 283 Essex (see 

advt. front colored), ' 
Skinner B. Jr. 40 Central, 
TODD A. W. & CO., Elm st. (see advt. p. 466), 

Amesbury, Salisbury 

Moulding Mills. 

{See Sawing and Planing.) 

Bufltim J. N. Sb Co. rear 182 to 184 Broad, Lynn 

Elder E. E. 54 Almont, 
GUILFOBD S. A., foot of Commercial st. 
MABSHALL J. O. & SON, 158 Broad (see advt 

advt. p. 435), " 

Guilford N. P. 335 Bridge, Salem 

Stickney Walter J. 9 Front, " 

TODD A. W. & CO., Elm st. (see advt. p. 466), 

Amesbury, Salisbury 

Mowing Machines. 

FELLOWS C. H. & CO. (Victor), 31 Merrimack 

(see advt. p. 454), Haverhill 

HANSCOM BBOS., 30 Main (see advt. p. 453), 
Smith J. F. (Champion) , 24 Washington sq. 

Music and Musical Instruments. 

{See aiao Piano-Fortes.) 

Dow S. A. 5 Water, Haverhill 

Hale James A. 6 Main, 
Morse Q. A. 34} Winter, 
Peabody W. F. 16 Water, 






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Music and Musiccd Listruments^ oanHntied, 

Tasker W. Grin, 208 Merrimack, Haverhill 

Dyer & Co. 887 Essex, Lawrence 

Lord D. W. 70 Margin, " 

Bojoton S. A. 41 Market, Lynn 

Brown W. D. 76 Market, " 

Smith H. M. 40 Market, '« 
SMITH & ROBINSON, 42 Market (see advt. p. 445), «' 
Castlehun & Hale, 20 Pleasant, Newburyport 

Arnold R. B. 7 North, Salem 

EmUio E. Victor, 287 Essex, «< 

LEFAVOUR W. J. 175 Essex (see advt. p. 5), «« 
Yoang Jacob, 201 Essex, 

Musical Instruments Repairers. 

Arnold R. B. 7 North, 
Fogerty John, 54 Peabody, 

Music Stores. 

Harding R. F. 160 Essex, 
Young Jacob, 201 Essex* 

Music Teacliers. 

(^See aiUo Teachers.) 

Emilio B. Victor, 287 Essex, 

LEFAVOUR W. J. 175 Essex (see advt. p. 6), 

Needles Manufacturers. 

FOSTER CHAS. G. 89 Mulberry (see advt. back 

oover*) 
PHILLIPS OSMUS (machine), 91 Monioe (see 

advt. front cover) , 
Whitten & Lasoell, 26 State, 

Nets and Seines. 

coos WILLIAM Jr., 28 Vincent (see advt p. 

452), Gloncester 

COOS WM. ^ SON (manufactarers), 62 Eastern 

aye. (see advt. p. 451), 
Gloucester Net & Twine Co. 
MERCHANT GEORGE Jr., Parker st (see advt. 

p. 451), / 
SIMPSON JOSEPH, Parkhorst's wharf (see advt 

p. 451), 

Notaries Public. 

{See also Miscellaneotis Department.) 

Po rter J ohn W. 12 Holten, Danvers 

SATWARD CHARLES A., Market st. Ipswich 



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Carr Greorge J. 185 Union, Lynn 

GOVE WILLIAM H. 252 Eaeex, Salem 

PORTER JOHN W. 262 Essex, «' 

Novelty Manufacturers and Dealers. 

French M. (dealer), 161 and 168 Herrimaok, EUiTerhill 
Ghrolithion Novelty Co. (manofl) Fair, oor. Water, 

Newbaryport 

Nurse. 

Hill Clara Miss, 246 Essex, Lawrenoe 

NurseryoiBn, SeedsmeB, and Florists. 

{See cd90 FlorisU.) 

Hibbs Fred. Jr. 

Hill Henry J. 

GUINIVAN D. H., LoveU st. 

Gage Edwin V. 

Lowe Aaron, 

Palmer L. P. 

Poloifer Geo. H. 218 Washington, 

Armstrong G. S. 518 Lowell, 

Atkinson Joseph A. 20 Linwood, 

Atwell William A. 52 Myrtle, 

Branaford J. A. 42 Michigan, 

Goodwhi S. T. (florist), 51 Grove, 

Lord A. 248 Chatham, 

Parrott George B. (florist), 80 Maple^ 

Phillips G. E. 141 Maple, 

Sheehan John, 189 Western ave. 

Teel James M. (florist) , 84 Shepard, 

Young Henry (florist), 22 Johnson, 

Gregory James J. H. (seedsman), 

Martin Sarah H. 

Reynolds James B* 

Johnson Charles F. 

Hill Benjamin D. (florist), Endioott si. 

Ward J. M. (florist), 

McGee db Geary, Cherry st. 

Patnam Henry W. (florist), 6 Crombie, 

Ward William S. 56 Bridge, 

Merrill Wm. West Newbury 

Gardiner C. B. Newbaryport, '* 

Thariow Thomas 0. ** ** 

Oar Dealers. 

Harvey A Tarr (mannft.), Duncan st. Gloucester 



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Office and Store Fixtures. 

HAMOND WILLIAM G. 149 Derby (see advt. 
p. 421), Salem 

Oil Bag Manufacturers. 

BOWE E. L. 88 Wharf (see advt. p. 450) , GloQcester 
CBOSS WM. H.y Story'8 whaif (see advt. p. 449), 

East Gloaoester, ** 

Oil Cloth Manufacturer. 

Pedrick Thomas, Swampsoott 

Oil Clothing Manufacturers and Dealers. 

CARTER JOHN F. 79 Park, 

Frost D. O. 289 Main, 

Harding D. B. 879 Main, 

Nelson John, 285 Main, 

Nickerson Levi, 62 Duncan, 

Wheeler Howard, Atlantic wharf, 

Parsons Joseph, 179 East Main, East Gloucester, 

Lane A. W. Ro<&port 

Oil Manufacturers and Dealers. 

Blanchard W. H. (fish), Rocky Neck, Gloucester 

Dodd A. W. & Co. (fish), Dodd's wharf and 
Pearce st. 

Hubbard William (fish) , Rowe sq. 

Knowles Thomas J., Fort wharf, 

LANE SAMUEL A BRO. (fish), S2 Vincent (see 
advt. front colored). 

Low Brainard, Main st. 

Smith David B. (fish), 429 Main, 

Tarr C. W. (fish) , Friend's wharf, 

Tarr George J. ^ Sons, Fort wharf, 

DAME, THORNDIKE & CO. (dealers) (kerosene), 
82 Munroe (see advt. p. 17), 

Noyes Greo. A. 2 Sutton, 

THE L. A. MAY CO. (dealers), 187 and 141 
Union (see advt. p. 11), 

Rust Ebridge, rear of Wallis st. Peabody 

Gott Addison, Rockport 

Grimes, Loring db Co. <* 

Pettingill A. C. (cod liver), 5 and 7 Derby wharf, Salem 

Salem & South Danvers Oil Co. (kerosene and 
rosin), 48 Mason, << 

Secoomb Oil Manuf Co., E. Seccomb, treas. (lubri- 
cating and curriers*), " 






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39 INDIA WHARF, BOSTON, MASS. 

23 Weytosset St., Providence, R. I. 

Diadem Cylinder Oil, Diadem Engine Oil, Burning Oils, Queen's Crown 
Cylinder Oil, Stainless Spindle Oil, Wool Oil, Tanners' Oils, Sperm 
Oil, Fish Oil, Cod Oil, Cotton-Seed Oil, West Virginia Oils, 
Paraffine Oil, Lard Oil, Rosin Oils, Neats' Foot Oil, Cyl- 
inder Tallow, Castor Oil, Olive Oil, Whale Oil. 

Sole Agent Frazer Axle Grease. 

DODD & PRA.TT, 

HECHANICAl DRAVfiHTSHEN, 




OORHER OF OUTES 8TSBET, 

ISiSi:^ H- ^?x. BOSTON, MASS. 

Drawings of Mechanical Inventions, Working Drawings for Machinists and Pattern 

Makers. Foreign and Domestic Patent Offlce Drawings. Drawings of 

Yachts from Models. Tracings, Blue Prints, etc. 

Telephone No. 3021. 

HENBY A. GOODIISra <fe CO. 

MANUFACTDRER8 OF AND OEALEH8 IN 

Curriers*, Tanners* and Lnbricating 

Labracor Cod, Newfoundland Cod, French Deigras, fosin Oils, Pearl 
Stuffing, Paraffine Oils, English Sod, and Curriers' Crease. 

^^^\^2K^%n. \ m. 131 PEARL STREET, BOSTON. 



WALWORTH MANUFACTURING CO. 

steam and Hot Water Warming, and Ventilating 

Apparatus. Oas- Lighting Apparatus, Wrought Iroa 

Pipes and Fittings. Steam Fiimps, Boilers and 

Engines. Steam and Gas Fitters' Tools 

and Supplies. 

No, 16 OLIVER STREET - - BOSTON. 

J.J. WALWo ttTH. Prri. C. V. WxuroiiTH, Vice-Prfi. K. C. Hmaia, TWni. 

ORIENTAL POWDER MILLS, 



GUNPOWDER. "7o^"rt.r„°;:r- 

BCiuinff and BlftMi lugr* 
Office, 13 Broad Street, Boston. 

3. H. lEWHALL, Tnu. Uilu at »». Wihdhah, Ue. AETHQR WtLLIAVS, ttu. 



too.; IftKbtirvl^rl.C. W.SAtttBl,; £nwrfy, Whltcomtt StCuisr. 



RICE, KENDALL & CO 

F&FGii lERcems. 

DBALEBB IN 

FAF2R UiNtTFACTUBEES' UAT2BIAL3, 

FELTS, WIRES, ETC. 

FINK TVRIXIING A. SPECIALTY. 

Japanese Napktnt, Crane S Co.'a Bontl Paper, Carson Jt Brown 
Co.. Crane liron.' Le<lger I'attera. 

Ho. 91 FEDERAL ST.. EOSTOIT. 



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SMITH W. & CO. (dealers), .14 and 21 Derby 
wharf (see advt. p. 423), Salem 

THAYER EDWARD S. (petroleam, labricatiiig, 
and curriers') 165 Derby, " 

Oil Press Bags. 

ROWE E. L. 88 Wharf (see adyt. p. 450), Gloucester 
CROSS WM. H., Story's wharf (see advt. p. 449), 

East Gloucester, 

Ofiticians. 

Collins George A. 170 Cabot, 

Wallis Frank W. 170 Cabot, 

Bates J. C. 87 Merrimack, 

Hall Arthur C. 100 Essex, 

Newhall S. C. 44 Market, 

Yeaton Geo. H. 14 Market, 

Prescott J. E. 

Chamberlain B. M. & Son, 190 Essex, 

Collins G. A. 198 Essex, 

Eehew William, 116 Washington, 

LOW DANIEL, 231 Essex, 

Nic<dson J. W. 284 Essex, 

SMITH DANIEL T. 241 Essex (see advt p. 5), 

Smith J. Ford, 260 Essex, 

Wruck F. A. 165 Essex, 



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Organ Pipe Manufacturers. 

Symoods Ssmael C. & C!o. (metal), 27 Beaoh, Salem 

Organ Toner. 

LEFAVOUB W. J. 175 Eases (see advt. p. 6), Salem 

Organs and Melodeons. 

{See also Mmic ; dUo Pianos.) 

Boynton S. A. 41 Market, 

Brown W. D. 76 Market, 

Grain A. M. 59 Market, 

Davidson M. A. 81 and 88 Market, 

Smith H. M. 40 Market, 

Emilio E. Victor, 287 Essex, 

LEFAVOUR W. J. 175 Essex (see advt. p. 5), 

Symonds Samuel C. & Co. (metal), 27 Beach, 

Overall Manufacturers. 

CARTER JOHN P. 79 Park, Beverly 

NEW ENGLAND OVERALL CO., G. V. Sibley, 
agent, 21 Central (see advt. p. 5), Salem 



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Oyster Dealers. 

(5m Fish Dedier$; also Eating Bouses; aiso Saioons.) 

Bray Eben B. (retail), 157 Main, Gloaoester 

Ingalls T. 2d, 

Lee Henry, 

Pope J. 

FopeJoe^h 6. 

Dyer E. H. 24 and 26 Middle, Newbnryport 

Hewlett B. 8. 116 Merrimao, *' 

Newoomb D. B. (wholesale and retail), 24 and 26 

Derby aq. Salem 

Paige I. M. 21 Front, 
Bobbins Ss Soath, 6 Washington, 
Smith Henry F. 72 Derby, 

Packers. 

Noyes Charles (ham cnrer) , 6 Ferry wharf, NewbniTport 
Glidden Mark (pork), 12 Lafayette, 
Hard J. A. (pork), 6 Prescott, 
StroutH. C. (pork), 9 Front, 



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Paint Manufacturers. 

Tarr James H. (copper), Booky Neck, 

East Olonoester, Gloaoester 
Tarr & Wonson (oopper) , ** *• 

Tremont Gold and Mineral Pudnt Co. 108 Merri- 
mack, Haverhill 
Nelson T. D. A Go. Amesbnry, Salisbury 

Painters (Carriage). 

Banker £• F., Pleasant st. 
Graham James, Friend st. 
Pope William, 
Barnard £. H., Essex st. 
Mo ore H . W., Broadway, 

SAWYEB E. C., Bantoal, cor. Bow (see advt. p. 12), '« 
Ayers S. F. Bozford 

French Alvin, " 

Eelley J. F. (also sign), Bradford 

PhUlips William W. (also sign), •' 

Leach R. M. Danyersport, Danvers 

MOBRISON H. E., Holten st. (see advt. p. 465), 

Tapleyville, 

Urqahart William, School st. Georgetown 

Barnard George E. 6 Commercial, Gloucester 

Haslam George F., Parsons st. 
Millett C. F., rear 85 Washington, 



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Norris George, 


Hamilton 


Donnelly Daniel, Looost bU 


Haverhill 


Fitzgerald M. 11 Stagi^,. 


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Hobbs A. 46 FleeV . 


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Jenness D. W. (alsokj^), 218 Essex, 


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TiADD E. K 102 M^rtmack, 


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Fowler Eben, ' i • . { ' 


Ipswich 


Grant Alexander, 


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Abbott W. H. 4 Mill, 


Lawrence 


Ck)llinsD.212 VaUey, 
Graham J. M. 107 Common, 


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Blaney J* C. 480 Western ave. 


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Breslow J. P. 259 Union, 


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Coetolo db CNeU, 164 Broad, 


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Conlson Sb Co., Central, oor. Western avi 


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Dennis J. D. 150 and 152 Broad, 


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Leaoh John, 106 Central ave. ' 


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Leslie E. J., Boston, oor. Laurel, 


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Natter A. T., Essex, cor. Chatham, 


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FTNE A. W. 90 Chestnut (see advt. p. 


448), 


SAWYER & CHARE, 187, 139 and 141 Broad || 


(see adyt. p. 444), 


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TWO&IBLT BBOTHRKS, 461 Western 


ave. (see 


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Brown B. T. Lynnfleld Centre, Lynnfield 1 1 


Flanders M. C. 


Merrimac 


Waterhouse A. M. 15 School, 


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Gould George W. (also sign), Broadwav 


, Methuen 


GUARD WILLIAM, High st. (see advt 


p. 481), '* 


Morse W. H. 


Newbury 


Butman John T., Hale's court, 


Newbuiyport 


Vamey A. B., Rowell's wharf. 


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McDonald & Hannaford, 


North Andover 


Dodge A. T., Central st 


Peabody 


Letions John, Foster st. 


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Choate Alden & Co., Dock sq. 


Rockpmrt 


ANDREWS GILMAN A. 27 Beach (see advt. p. || 


422), 


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Caswell Geo. A. 272 Bridge, 




Davidson M. & Co. 185 Boston, 




Lundgren A. rear 47 Washington, 




Rhodes Charles, rear 6 Margin, 




Smith W. H., West Yard, 




Vogell G. W. 214 Bridge, 




Bickford John M. 


Salisbury 


Starkey & Crowther, 


Amesbury, ^* 


BeU W. S. 


Topsfleld 


Dodge H. W. 


Wenham 


Merrill Moses B. 


West Newbury 



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Painters (Fresco). 




HALL A; MARR, 829 Main (aee adyt. p. 452), 




Gloucester 


W atson £• L. 180 Essex, 


Lawrence 


FBAZIEB I. Sq son, 21 Andrews (sec 


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LADD E. N. 102 Merrimack, 


Haverhill 


Painters (House and Sign). 


Dennett & Stearns, 8 Mill, 


Amesbory 


Hodgkins A. J., Friend st. 


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Wiide Allen, Friend si. 


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Barnard £. H., Essex st. 


Andover 


Caldwell J. W., High st. 


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Wood & HiU, 


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Dodge B. F. dp Co., Cabot st. 


Beverly 


Foster Nathan, 


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Porter J. V. & Co. 2 Bailroad aye. 


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Bowe B., Cabot st. 


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Ajres S. F. (also sign and carriage), 


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French Alvin (also sign and carriage), 


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Towne A. H. 


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Campbell A. O. 


Bradford 


Qnimby Wm. 


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Tenney Lncins, 


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Berry C. £., Maple st. 


Danvers 


Cross A., Oak st. 


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Lawson Oswald, Chestnnt st. 


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Pillsbary H. H., Maple st. 


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Trask T. S. 56 Maple, 


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Crosby & Berry, Dttnversport, *^ || 


Wylie W. E. & Co. 


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HITCHCOCK L., Holten st. (see advt. i 


p. 12), 


Tapleyvffle, " [| 


Bartlett Daniel W. (also ship) , 


Essex 


Bumham C. A. (also ship) , 
Kimball Bobert 6. 


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BalUe D. 


Georgetown 


Banks J. A. 


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Rollins Orrin T. 


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Twombly C. W. 


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Abbott Eben G., Dodd's wharf. 


Gloucester 


Call William B. 42 Washington, 


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Cunningham James, 14 Commercial, 


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Danforth & Griffin, 85 Washington, 


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PAINTERS (house AKD SIGN). 




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Ellery William P. 16 Wharf, 


Gloucester 


Gaffiiey & Adams, 58 Washington, 






Griffin, Cook db Co. 257 Main, 






Lane Albert, 829 Washington, 






Magaire Joseph B., foot of Duncan st 






Merchant John H. 444 Main, 






Robinson & Kimball, 722 Washington, 






Silver M. S., Ftospect st. 






Bragdon Arthur F. Annisq 


nam. 




Brown Frank E. «« 






Oakes 8. W., Bocky Nedc, Bast Gloucester, 




Lane Albert, Lanesville, 




Hull F. A. 


Groveland 


Daniels Ira, 


Hamilton 


Butler W. U. 171 Merrimack, 


Haverhill 


Butler & Kennedy, 1 Gale's court, 




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Dow db Boynton, Merrimack st. 




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HANSON G. W. & SON, S Fleet (see adyt p. 


454) 


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Hanson John, 4 Bridge, 




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Hutchins A. B. 22 West, 




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LADD £. N., rear 102 Merrimack, 




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Quimby W. H. 




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STANTON C. H. 186 Merrimack, 




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Coombs Samuel, 


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Hicks A. U., Union st. 




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Norman Alfred, 




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Staniford Augustine, 




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Atkinson E. 411 Broadway, 


Lawrence | 


Beal William H. rear 26 Essex, 




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Brown Bros. 816 Essex, 




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Clifford J. H. 845 Common, 




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Damon H. P. 804 Common, 




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Eastman Fred. 21 Broadway, 




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Edwards Franklin, 118 Common^ 




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Fisk Ephraim, 254 Lowell, 




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Greeley Alson, 96 Amesbury, 




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HOUSTON W. A. 210 and 212 Broadway, 




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LOW THOMAS B. Jr., 502 Haverhill, 




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Morgan H. db E., rear 894 Haverhill, 




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Murray W. H. 890 Haverhill, 




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Richardson Jasper, 88 Concord, 




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Sheedy & Wilders, 858 Common, 




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Slaughter T. & J. 78 Essex, 




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Stevens F. 200 Broadway, 




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W ilton George, Essex Yard, 




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Armstead Samuel, 10 Suffolk, 




Lynn 


Ashton C. M. & Bros. 67 Essex, 




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Baird William & Son, 14 Market sq. 




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264 



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PaifUiTB {Bouse and Sign)j continited. 
Bamaby & Thomas, 76 nnion« 
Bartol G. F. A Co. 88 Munroe, 
Bartol John A., near 165 Eeaez, 
Bellatty £. 41 Union, 
Card Joseph, 418 Boston, 
CoUey George H., Western ave. 
FaUs John Q. 

FRAZIER 1. 4b SON, 21 Andrews (see adyt p. 486), «« 
Heath Charles A. 64 Broad, •« 

Hiller B. F. 885 Western ave. «< 

Holt John, 146 Market, 
Hnse Joseph £. 106 Broad, 

JeweU H. C. 5 Mason, «« 

Jackson G^rge, 178 Broad, «« 

Jenness J. W. 82 Willow, «« 

Lnscomb Charles, 101 Union, << 

Mansfield Charles, 100 Manfot, »« 

Murphy D. 16j- Mnnroe, «* 

Newhall W. L. 4 Andrew, " 

Nichols P. T. & Son, rear 12 Broadt " 

Nonrse Daniel £. & Son, 186 Union, 
Pike W. J. 86 WiUow, 

Pollard Charles F. jr. «• 

Rowell John B. 65 Monroe, «« 

Rassell John, Union st. 
Sullivan Daniel, 1 North Common, 
Thornton J. £., Market st. 
Twombly John F. 178 Broad, '^ 

Waitt Henry I. . " 

Wright John S., Broad, oor. Spring, ^^ 

Brown B. T. Lynnfield Centre, LynnfieM 

Lane £dward A. Manchester 

Stanley £dwin P. «« 

Arrington W. B. Mdrblebead 

Bartol H. W. ** 

Caswell J. S. & Co. 
Cloutman Peter D. 
Franks C. T. 
Wormstead Joseph, 

Bis8ett£. C. Merrimac 

Jones William, «^ 

Jones W. £. «« 

Cullen £. W., Lawrence st. Methuen 

GUARD WILLIAM, High st. (see adyt. p. 481), 
Hall John W. 

Keyes Marcus W., Charles st. 

Lnscomb William, Nahant 

Wilson J. Colby, 









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FAOniSBB (H01T8B AKB SIGN). 



865 



Blake & Noyes (also ship) , 48 Merrlmao, Newboryport 

Creaeey J. B. & Co. 8 Water, 

Catter F. E. 3 Mechanics' court, 

Davis Green, 88 and 40 Merrimac, 

Hamilton Thomas A. 4 Green, 

Torrey Joseph, 96 Water, 






Woods A. D. 15 Inn, 

Gould C. G. 

Gk>Qld George, 

Laing G. F. 

Blaney William, Foster st. 

Dakin Joseph F., Lynn st. 

Fellows W. H., Lowell st 

McEUigott M. J., Groye st 

Boome James A. & Co. 80 Foster, 

Bearles Geo., Boston st. 

Ward George F., Central st 

Whidden H. L., Mill st. 

WOODBUBY B. F., Walnot, cor. Wallls (see adyt 

p. 463), 
Choate Alden & Co., Dock sq« 
Tarr James P. 
Wheeler Thaddeos, 
Johnson Joseph, 
Spiller W. H. H. 
Abbott Phillip, 9 Church, 
Ames & Melcher, 4 Norman, 
Austin Richard H. 82 Endicott, 
AveriU James W. 217 Washington, 
Balcom John G. 12 Northend, 
Brown Henry, 12 Allen, 
Brown Robert L. 45 Mill, 
Carey William, 11 School, 
Davis Charles H. 69 North, 
Foley Edward, 157 Derby, 
Gage A. Jr. Bentley st. 
Glover Joseph N. 2^ Norman, 
Glover J. P. 107^ Federal, 
Hall E. C. 188 Bridge, 
Henderson Daniel, 3 Walnut, 
Hussey James J. 86 Charter, 
Langdell George W. 240 Bridge, 
Lord A. J. 8 North, 
Melzard T B. 87 Brown, 
Monoghan John P. 47 North, 
Nichols S. F. 24 Boston, 
Peters John H. 40 Central, 
Pousland & Martin, 19 Peabody, 
Pulsifer Chas. H. 28 Norman, 



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North Andover 

North Andover Depot, ^^ 

Peabody 
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44 



44 

Bockport 

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Pigeon Cove, " 
Rowley 

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Salem 

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44 

44 

44 

44 

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44 

44 

14 

44 

44 

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44 

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E88EX OOUNTT DIBIBOTORT. 



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Amesbmy, Salisbary 

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PaMerB (Hotise and Sign)^ continued. 
PulBifer Natikaniel, 11 Spring, 
Rhodes C. C, rear 6 
Rowell B. 4 Sewell, 
Skinner B. Jr. 40 Central, 
Symonds J. S. 79 North, 
Sjmonds S. S. & Co. 13 Central, 
Tibbetts Henry H. 58^ Charter, 
York Edward W. 8 Charter, 
Braid Charles, 

Hardy William A Co. 89 Market, 
Williams Da?id, East Saneas, Sangns 

Mekard John E. Swampsoott 

Morris Charles A. «< 

Phillips db Adams, ^* 

Ayerhill T. L. Topsfield 

Bell W. S. « 

Carr J. H. " 

Ome B. A. " 

Dodge H. W. Wenham 

Donahue John O. West Newbury 

Painters (Ornamental). 

MORRISON K. E., Holten st. (see advt. p. 465), 

Tapleyville, Danvers 
Elwell Eilby W. 119 Main, Gloucester 

HALL & MARR, 829 Main (see adyt» p. 452), 
Haslam Geo. F., Parsons st. 
Crehore G. H. Haverhill 

Eastman Fred, 21 Broadway, Lawrence 

Alley C. H. 6 Central sq. Lynn 

FRAZIER L & SON, 21 Andrews (see advt. p. 

486), 

Jackson George J. 178 Broad, ^^ 

Rowell John B. 65 Munroe, *' 

Davis Green, 88 and 40 Merrimac, Newbuiyport 

Lundgren A. 47 Washington, SaLem 



44 
44 



44 



Painters (Portrait and Landscape). 

Tenney Hattie F. (landscape), Newbury 

Newman Frank H. (portrait), Rowley 



Painters (Ship). 

Bartlett D. W. "^ 

Bnrnham C. A. 

Kimball Robert G. 

Abbott Eben G. jr., Dodd's wharf, 

Cunningham James, 14 Commercial, 

EUery William P. 16 Wharf, 



Essex 

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GrifBn, Cook & Co. 257 Main, Gloucester 

HALL & MARR, 229 Main (see adirt. p. 452), '' 

Maguire Joseph B., foot of Duncan st. ^' 

Merchant John H. 449 Main, £a8t Gloucester, ^* 

Oakes S. W. " " 

Wormstead Joseph, Marblehead 

Blake & Noyes, 48 Merrimac, Newburyport 

Painters (Sign). 

MORRISON H. E., Holten st. (see adn. p. 465), 

Tapleyville, Danyers 
HALL & MARR, 829 Main (see adyt. p. 452), Gloucester 
Fowler O.R., rear Merrimack st. Haverhill 

Richardson F. A. 120 Merrimack, ^^ 

Ricketson H., rear 112 Merrimack, << 

STANTON C. H. 186 Merrimack, <« 

West S. (also ornamental), rear 112 Merrimack, *^ 

Abbott W. H. 4 Mill, Lawrence 

Graham J. M. 107 Common, 
Watson £. L. 180 Essex, 
Alley C. H. 6 Central sq. 
FRAZIER I. & SON, 21 Andrews (see advt p. 

436), 
Lewis Joseph C. 118 Munroe, 
Mansfleld Charles, 100 Munroe, 
Rowell John B. 65 Munroe, 
GUARD WILLIAM (see adyt. p. 481), High st 

Methuen 
Ames & Melcher, 4 Norman, Salem 

Lundgren A. 47 Washington, 
Pulsifer Charles H. 152 Washington, 
Purbeck & Palfrey, 224 Essex, 
Redmond Charles C. 248^ Essex, 



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Paintings. 

SHAW X. H. A SON, 288 Essex (see advt. front 
colored), Salem 

Paints, Oils, and Glass. 

Barnard E. H., Essex st. 

Whitcomb & Carter, Cabot, cor. Broadway, 

Newhall Henry, 25 Maple, 

EUery Witham P. 16 Wharf, 

Griffin, Bennett & Son, 88 Main, 

Magaire Joseph B., foot of Duncan st. 

FELLOWS C. H. & CO. 81 Merrimack (see advt. 

p. 454) , Hayerhill 

Fellows H. S. 17 Essex, <« 

Frothingham & UnderhOl, Washington sq. ^* 



Andover 

Beverly 

Danvers 

Gloucester 

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268 



B88EX OOnUTT DlREOrORT. 



Paints^ OiZa, and Olass^ continued. 
HANSCOfii BROTHERS, 30 Main (see advt. p. 



HaverhiU 



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458), 
Hoyt & Taylor, 152 Merrimack, 
Cogswell E. Sd Sons, South Main st. 
Hall & Wright, 881 Essex, 
HOUSTON W. A. 210 and 212 Broadway, 
McCarthy E. a., Essex Yard, 
Tompkins & Mann, 191 Essex, 
Bartol 6. F. A Co. 83 Munroe, 
Baird William & Son, U Market sq. 
Barnaby & Thomas, 76 Union, 
FRAZISR I. & SON, 12 Andrews (see adyt. p. 

486), 
Hnse Joseph E. 106 Broad, " 

Hutchinson W. Henry, 49 and 51 Mnnroe, 
Jewett H. 0. 5 Mason, 
Lusoomb Charles, 109 Union, 

Nourse D. E. & Son, 186 Union, *< 

Russell John P. 210 Union, '' 

Stillings F. I. 56 South Common, 
Wright John S., Broad, cor. Spring, 
Arrington W. R. Marblehead 

Pike James D. Merrimao 

GUARD WILLIAM, High st. (see advt. p. 481) , Methuen 
Blake & Noyes, 48 Merrimao, 
Creasey J. B. db Go. 8 Water, 
Cutter F. E., agent, 8 Mechanics' court, 
Davis Green, 88 and 40 Merrimao, 
Blaney William, 18 Foster, 
Trask Samuel, Walnut st. 
Whidden A. H. 18 Main, 
Bay State Paint Co. 
Ames & Melcher, 4 Norman, 
Buflhm Charles M. (paints), 222 Essex^ 
Goodhue A. P. 44 Derby, 
Hale Henry & Co. 225 Essex, 
Philbrick & Perkins, 152 Washington, 
Prime Frank H. 10 Front, 
RICHARDSON db WATERS, 215 Essex, 
Simonds E. A. 82 Front, 
Skinner R. jr. 40 Central, 
Symonds S. S. & Co. 18 Central, 
Nelson T. D. & Co. Amesbury, Salisbury 

Paper Bags. 

Currier W. W. 82 Washington sq. 

BOND J. W., County st. (see advt p. 469), 

Philbrick A Perkins, 86 and 88 Central, 



Newboryport 

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Rowley 

Salem 

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Haverhill 

Ipswich 

Salem 



PAFEB BOX KAKIBBS. — PAPBS HANOBB8. 



269 



Paper Box Makers. 

{See also Box Makere.) 



Frost 6. W. A Co. 
Woodman Bros. ABoss, 



Beverly 
DanTenport, Danvers 
Haverhiil 



Ipswich 
Lynn 

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44 
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44 



Howe M. A. Mrs. 26 Washington, 

Whitney H. 0., rear 178 Merrimack, 

BOND J. W., Connty st. (see advt. p. 469), 

Allen & Boyden, 188 Broad, 

BoiAim J. N, & Co., rear 182 and 184 Broad, 

Crosman G. A. & Co. 55 Washington sq. 

Potter D. & Sons, 24 Beach, 

THE NBW ENGLAND BOX CO. 64 Monroe (see 

adTt. p. 442), 
Thomas Bros. 27 and 81 Washington, 
Crosman Metcalf & Co. Marblehead 

Roberts Otis W. 4 Linden, '' 

Gnmey O. J. 6 Congress, Newburyport 

Hale E. E., Water st. «« 

GRANT JOHN W. 6 Central (see adTt. p. 419), Salem 
SIBLET GEO. 196 Derby (sjbc adyt. p. 6), '« 

Noyes Frank W. West Newbory 

Smith Leonard W. ««. 

Paper Box Shooks. 

THE NEW ENGLAND BOX CO. 64 Mnnroe (see 
advt. p. 442), Lynn 

Paper Hangers. 

{See aho rainiere.) 

Barnard E. H., Essex st. Andover 

McEnights John W. 138 Cabot, Beverly 

HITCHCOCK L., Holten st. (see advt. p. 12), 

Tapleyyille, Danvers 
Call Wm. R. 42 Washington, Gloucester 

Delano R. G. 50 Winter, Haverhill 

HANSON G. W. & SON, 8 Fleet (see advt. p. 454), " 
CLARKE PHILIP E., Summer st. (see advt. p. 469) , 

Ipswich 
Foss Samuel F. & Co., Union st. 
Brown Bros. 816 Essex, 
Eastman Fred, 21 Broadway, 
HOUSTON W. A. 210 and 212 Broadway, 
LOW THOMAS B. Jr. 502 Haverhill, 
FRAZIER I. & SON, 21 Andrews (see advt. p. 

436) , Lynn 

Huse Joseph E. 106 Broad, 
McCarthy Jeremiah, 175 Washington, 



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270 ESSEX OOUNTT DnUfiOTORT. 


Paper HangerBj continued. 




Newhall W. L. 4 Andrews, 


Lynn 


Noorse D. £. de Son, 136 Union, 


cc 


Rangers J. M. 128 Union, 


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Sullivan Daniel, 1 North Common, 


cc 


Wright John S., Broad, oor. Spring, 


cc 


Arrington W. B. 


Marblehead 


BisseUE. C. 


Merrimac 


GUARD WM., High st. (see adyt. p. 481), 


Methnen 


Blake A Nojes, 48 MerrimaOf 


Newbuiyport 


Blaney Wm. 18 Foster, 


Peabbdy 


Ward Geo. F., Central at. 


cc 


W OODBURT B. F., Walnat, oor. WalUs (see adyt. | 


p. 468), 


cc 


Ames & Melcher, 4 Norman, 


Salem 


Skinner R. Jr. 40 Central, 


cc 


Paper Hangings. 




Bernard £. H., Essex st 


Andoyer 


McKnight J. W ., Cabot st. 


Beverly 


Morse J. L., Masonic block, 


cc 


Rowe B., Cabot st. 


cc 


Babson Edward, 74 Midn, 


Gloucester 


Call Wm. R. 42 Washington, 


cc 


Danforth & Griffin, 86 Washington, 


cc 


Proctor Bros., Main st. 


cc 


Rogers John S. £. 198 Mabi, 


cc 


Dmry F. A. 74 Merrimack, 


Hayerhill 


Uale James A. 6 Main, 


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HANSON G. W. & SON, 8 Fleet (see advt. p. | 


454), 


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Noyes James A. 4 Merrimack, 


cc 


Pearsons W. £. & Co. 198 Merrimack, 


cc 


Cogswell E. A Son, Soath Main st. 


Ipswich 


Atkinson E« 411 Broadway, 


Lawrence 


Fisk Ephraim, 254 Lowell, 


cc 


Fiske E. A. 275 Essex, 


cc 


HOUSTON W. A. 210 and 212 Broadway, 


cc 


Rice W. E. 265 Essex, 


cc 


Rinn M. 148 Essex, 


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Slaughter T. & J. 75 Essex, 


cc 


Stratton L. A Son, 289 Essex, 


cc 


FRAZIER I. A SON, 21 Andrews (see adyt p. 


436), 


Lynn 


Gifford W. B. db Co. 77 and 79 Market, 




Hase Joseph E. 106 Broad, 




Hutchinson W . Henry, 51 Munroe, 




Ranger J. M. 128 Union, 




Sullivan Daniel, 1 North Common, 











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FAPBB HANGINGS. — PASSENGEB, ETC., AGENTS. 271 



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Newburyport 

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Wormstead Joseph, 

Balch J. R 87 Pleasant, 

Davis Green, 88 Merrimao, 

Hamilton Thomas A. 4 Green, 

Sargent Moses H. 44 State, 

Sweetzer E. S. 11 Liberty, 

Blaney William, 18 Foster, 

Ward Greo. F., Central st. 

Goldtbwaite & Bixby, 242 Essex, 

Ide Edwin B. 151 Essex, 

Ives Henry P. 282 Essex, 

Merrill & Mclntire, 220 Essex, 

Patten Stephen C, Market sq. Amesbury, Salisbury 

Paper Manufacturers. 

Baoon Paper Co. (book and news), Marstonst., Lawrence 
Merrimac Paper Co., South Canal, ^* 

Munroe Felt and Paper Co., South Canal, ** 

RUSSELL PAPEB CO. (blotting, book, cap, and 
news, foot of Canal (see advt. p. 10), 

Paper Ruler. 

PERLET JONATHAN, Observer building. City 
Hall aye. (see advt. fix>nt colored), 

Paper Warehouses. 

Chandler H. F. 18 Emerson, 
BOND J. W., County st. (see advt. p. 469), 
Hill W. F. & Co. 45 Exchange, 
Houghton A Cowdry, 21 Ezdiange, 
Philbrick A Perkins, 86 and 88 Central, 



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Haverhill 

Ipswich 

Lynn 

Salem 



Paper and Paper Stock. 

(See aUo Paper Manvfaaurere ; aho Paper Warehouaee,) 

Abbott S. S. 8 Water, Haverhill 

Spofford J. S. 68 and 65 Water, '^ 

Wellman John R. 580 Common, Lawrence 

Carrecabe John M. 229 and 281 Union, Lynn 

BATCHELDER HENRY C. 29 and 81 Central (see 

advt. p. 419), Salem 

Eaton J. D. A J. W. (paper stock), 88 and 40 

North, 
Mooney Frank T. 49 Union, 
Wadleigh & Morse, 81 North, 

Passenger and Exchange Agents. 

O'CONNELL TIMOTHY, 299 Essex (see advt. p. 
2) , Salem 



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B88BX OOlJlfTr DIREOTOBT. 



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Passepartouts. 

SHAW X. H. A SON, 283 Essex (see advt. front 
oolored), Salem 

Patent Brokers. 

HUTCHINSON BROS., Mower's blook, WiUow 
st (see advt. back coyer), Liyim 

Patent Medicines. 

(/9ee aUo Apotheearie$.) 

Beckford James A. 8 Maple, 

Powers £. C. 18 Maple, 

Carter L. F., Main st. 

Emerson Charles B. 2 Merrimack, 

Frothingfaam A Underhill (excelsior Aperient), 

Washington sq. 
Pollard & Watson (Dr. Child's coogh syrap), 

Washington St., cor. Washington sq. ** 

Cross Manaf. Co. 286 Common, Lawrence 

MA6EE J. A. & CO. (C. K. Magee's Emulsion 

of Cod Liyer Oil), Methnen, cor. Franklin, 
Brook L. M. A Co. (Mrs. Dinsmore's Cough Bal« 

sam), Market st. Lynn 

Carver N. (rheumatic and neuralgic), 84 Liberty, ** 
Pinkham Lydia £. (Vegetable Compound), 238 

Western ave. *♦ 

The Digestive Company, Willow st. <* 

HOMER JOHN, 156 High (see advt. p. 4), Newburyport 
WILLS JOHN, 60 SUte, " 

Mason A. J. Pigeon Cove, Boolqport 

Moses W. M. 12 Lafayette, Salem 

NICHOLS THOMAS B. 189 Essex, cor. Central 

(see advt. over Calendar), 
PRICE C. H. A J. 226 Essex (see advt. front col- 
ored), 
Russell J. H. & Co. 21 St. Peter, 
Stone James, 167 Federal, 

Patterns. 

Eureka Pattern Co-, S. F. Presoott, prop, (boot 

and shoe), 8 Washington, Haverhill 

Rhodes C. N. (Butterick's), 54 Merrimack, *' 

Hager W. (Domestic), 371 Essex, Lawrence 

Pierce E. H. Mrs. (Butterick's)^ 42 Market, Lynn 

Preble M. A. (dress and tailors'), 18 South Common, '* 
Coffin F. E. 49 State (Butterick*s) , Newburyport 

Lydston J. (Harper's and McCall's), 25 Pleasant, '' 



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Frichard L. E. (DomeHtic), 82 State, 
Clark F. L. Miss ( Butterick's), 168 Essex, 
Bobinson L. C. (Domestic), 255 Essex, 

Pattern and Model Makers. 

STODDABT A. P. 236 Main (see advt, p. 453), 

Gloucester 
HAVERHILL IRON WORKS, River, cor. Ayer 

(see advt. p. 453), HavertiiU 

MANNING £• C, Mechanics' court (see advt. p. 

454), 
MOULTON G. H., Hale's whar^ rear 58 Water 

(see advt. p. 456), 
Dennett Horatio, Canal st. Lawrence 

Remick John, over Merrimack Machine Shop, *^ 

Colby E. B. 92 Liberty, Lynn 

Pray John, 69 Washington, <' 

Evans J. W. & Co., Brown's wharf, Newburyport 

CUB WEN CHARLES F., Liberty, oor, Derby 

(see advt. front colored), Salem 

Ford Charles T. 24 Central, 

GOODELL ZINA, 18 Lafayette (see advt. p. 424), 
PATTEN PAUL B. 16 Lafayette (see advt, p. 423), " 

Pavers. 

Nevons Leroy S. 12 Cherry, Lynn 

Butler James S. (granite block), 12^ Lafayette and 



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223 Derby, 

Pawn Brokers. 

Goton H. 103 Essex, 
Chandler W. G. 8 Andrews, 
Hatch C. R. 83 Oxford, 
Hurley John F. 160 Washington, 

Periodical and News Depots. 

(See cUeo Book8eUer9.) 

Johnson John F. 5 Main, 
Chandler J. H., Main st. 
Kendall J. H. 158 Cabot, 
Wilson Joseph A. 154 Cabot, 
Bates R. D. 31 Maple, 
Jewett C. E., Main st. 
Proctor Bros. 108 Main, 
Rogers John S. E. 193 Main, 
HopkiDson C. H. 
Brown Orlando, 138 Merrimack, 
Emery L. C. 12 Winter, 
Hale James A. 6 Main, 



Salem 

Haverhill 
Lynn 

Salem 



Amesbury 

Andover 

Beverly 

Danvers 

Georgetown 

Gloucester 

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274 



E88EX OOUNTT DIBEOTOBT. 



Periodical and News Depots^ corUinued. 
Morse C. C. A Sod, 67 Merrimack, 
Pearsons W. E. & Co. 198 Merrimack, 
Hale Alfiredv Central Bt« 
Joy William B., Market st. 
Bingham James, Post-ofDcey 
Blanchard A. C. 57 Broadway, 
Colbum Brothers, 281 Essex, 
Conpe Theophilus, 499 Broadway, 
Dick Hui^o, 118 Essex, 
Dyer & Co. 887 Essex, 
Eelsey Greorge W. 84 Sooth Broadway, 
Lamson Ira P. 24 Amesbury, 
Noonan T. L. 87 Hampshire, 
Weeks B. L. 668 Essex, 
Breed H. 6. 6 and 8 Market sq. 
Congdon J. H. 87 Broad^ 
Easton F. A. (wholesale), 8 Central sq. 
Larkin Arthar W. 105 Monroe, 
Lindsey F. H. 15 Market sq. 
Marley T. J. 68 Chestnot, 
McCarthy John F., Boston, cor. Myrtle, 
Sargent L. C. 108 Union, 

SMITH & ROBINSON, 42 Market (see advt. p. 445), '< 
Welch Andrew, Lynn Hotel, 
Breed Henry 6. 12 Boecobel block. West Lynn, 
Atkins Bros. Marblehead 

Brown John F. 2d, " 

Bicker E. W. Merrimac 

Rowell C. E. Merrimacport, *^ 

Dame A. L., Broadway, cor. Osgood, Methuen 

Wilkins H. A. & Sons, Middleton 

Fowle S. H. 15 State, Newbaryport 

McCosker John E« ^ Merrimac, ^^ 

Harris Geo. L. North Andorer Depots North Andoy^r 



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Gilson Sosan S. 26 Main, 

Clark Henry, Dock sq. 

Margeson 6. T., Main st. 

Dagan db Linehan, 175 Washington, 

Goldsmith A. F. <& Co. 165 Washington, 

Moody L. B. 181 Washington, 

Radford Frank A. 168 Washington, 

Boynton Everett, 

Edwards B. P. 

Clay Charles H. 



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Alley H. F., Cabot st. 
Morse G. S. 



Photographers. 



Peabody 
Bockport 

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PHOTOQRAPHBBS. — PHT8I0IAN8. 


275 


Adams E. 120 Main, 


Gloucester 


Eatell S. M. 227 Main, 


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Rhodes Charles, 208 Main, 


(i 


White Augustus A. 162 Main, 


C( 


ANDERSON A. W. 60 Merrimack, P. 0. block, HaverhiU | 


Fowler £. P. 59 and 98 Merrimack, 


cc 


TENNANT P. W. 69 Merrimack, 


Ci 


Vickery D. B. 89 Merrimack, 


i« 


Beal Walter A., South Main st 


Ipswich 


Bean A. N. 295 Essex, 


Lawrence 


Hamor A. B. 467 Essex, 


(( 


Eenefick 0. A. 291 Essex, 


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Lawrence C. A. 181 Essex, 


C( 


Leek Geo. H. 283 Essex, 


i( 


Russell Frank, 838 Essex, 


(( 


Bowers W. T. 11 Market, 


Lynn 


Collins Ira A« 8 Market, 


4( 


Erickson F. C. 34 Market, 


<C 


Garland E. F. 185 Union, 


C4 


Tiamson J. 89 Central ave. 


44 


Reed Rosalvo A. 66 Market, 


44 


Taggard F. E. 185 Union, 


44 


Wires W. M. 87 Broad, 


44 


Mcintosh H. P. 83 State, Newburyport | 


Reed S. C. 4 Pleasant, 


44 


Dailey E. V. 


Bockport 


Bonsley N. C. 262 Essex, 


Salem 


CROSS A. B. 256i Essex, 


44 


Gray Warren A. 214^ Essex, 


44 


Peabody Edwin N. (landscape), 252 Essex, 


44 


Saniford George E. 208^ Essex, 


44 


Taylor & Preston, 188 Essex, 


44 


Thompson William C. 23 Market, Amesbury, Salisbury 


Photographers' Materials. 




TENNANT A. W, (diy plates), 69 Merrimack 


:, Haverhill 


Photographic Instrument Work. 




BATK8 & BRI6HAM, 9 Front (see advt. front 1 1 


colored), 


Salem 


Photographs. 


« 


SHAW X. H. 4b SON, 283 Essex (see adyt. front 1 1 


colored), 


Salem 


Physicians. 




Adams John Q. 64 Main, 


Amesbury 


Bagley S. 0. Mrs. 


44 


Douglass John A. 96 Main, 


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276 E88£X COUNTY DISEGTOBT. 




Physicians^ continued. 






FitzhaghJohn A. 




Amesbury 


Earbury C, Main st. 




(ft 


Lealie H. G., Ferry st. 




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O'Toole J. U. 




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Abhott Charles E., Main st. 




Andover 


Harris Mary B. (bom.), Central st* 




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Kimball Frank P. (bom.), Elm st. 




Cft 


Pennington Jobn C, Main at. 
Bicbards James F., Central st 




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Sanborn E. M. £. (bom.)) Green st. 




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Sbattuok C. H. Jr. 


Ball^rdvale, '' | 


Bongartz W . E. (bom.) , Cabot st. 




Beverly 


Haddock Charles, 12 Bartlett, 






Stickney George A,, Cabot st 






Swasey 0. F. 






Torrey Samuel W., Cabot st. 






Wardwell Peroival G. (bom.), 143 Cabot, 




Curtis Hall, Hale st Beverly Farms, ^< | 


Cogswell William (bom.), 


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Bradford 


Chase P. M., Locust, cor. Oak, 




Danvers 


Eastman Seth, 






Eaton W. W. 28 Holton, 






Grosyenor David A., Elm st. 






Kemp E. A. 






Mudge Kato G. Miss, 2 Elm, 






Whiting Lewis (bom.), Putnam st 






Frost W. G. 


Danversport, ^* \ 


Towne Charles J. 




Essex 


Woodman A. P. 




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Huse Ralph C. 


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Georgetown 


Root Richmond B. 




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Conant Thomas (horn.), 28 Pleasant, 
Eveleth Edward S. 20 Highland, 




Gloucester 




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Garland Albert S. 14 Pleasant, 




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Garland Joseph, 8 Pleasant, 




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Garland Joseph E. 4 Pleasant, 




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Mooney Philip, Main st. 




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Morse George (bom.). Dale ave. 




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Quimby 8. F. 21 Pleasant, 




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Saunders Levi, 827 Washington, 




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Smith J. R. 18 Mason, 




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Stevens George B. 62 Middle, 




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Stockman C. W. 


Annisquam, ^* 


Saunders Levi, 


Lanesville, ** 


Woodbury L. A. 




Groveland 


Thayer S. E. 




Hamilton 


Allen Franklin H., Emerson st. 




Haverhill 


Bradley Charles H., Washington, cor. 


High, 


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277 


Brooks Homer, Washington st. 


Haverhill 


Bardett G. (oaagnetic), 06 Water, 




Burque G. C. 62 Locust, 




Chase I. E. (hom.), 63 Winter, 




Cheney 0. D. 72 Main, 




Clement Geo. C, 108 Merrimack, 




COLBY C. U. (metaphysical science), 46 Merri- i 


mack (see advt. p. 456), 


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Crittenden R. A., White st. 


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CrowellJohn, 81 Winter, 


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Drinkwater S. 26 Main, 


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Flint Kendall, 47 Main, 


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Foye Charles W . 8 Water, 


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Goodhue S. A. 44 Winter, 


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Holden W. D. 86 Winter, 


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Kow James C. 8 Cedar, 


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Hnnkin C. Dnstin, 72 Bfain, 


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Ingalls L. A. 27 Water, 


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Lovejoy 0. S. 8 Water, 


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Marshall J. A. Mrs. (hom.), 18 Vine, 


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Moore J. H. (hom.), 108 Merrimack, 


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Moore J. 0. (hom.), 97 Main, 


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Prescott J. £., Eagle House, 


4t 


Priest M. L. (bot.), 20 Essex, 


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Sherman Charles F. 108 Merrimack, 


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Spofford D. H. 8 Merrimack, 


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Stevens C. A. 72 Winter, 


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^ Taylor A. C. (hom.), 108 Merrimadc, 


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Ware Abel, 106 Winter, 


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Young L. J. 80 Emerson, 


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Doble E. E , Market st. 


Ipswich 


Hayes J. G., North Main st. 


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Hard Yorick G. 


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Palmer Charles, North Main st. 


<c 


Tucker William, 


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Abbott Julia P. 181 Haverhill, 


Lawrence 


Abbott S. W. 181 Essez, 


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Birmingham B. M. 121 South BroadTVay, 


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BIRTWELL CHARLES E. 868 Broadway, 


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Boynton H. W. 142 South Broadway, 


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Boynton William E. 194 Essex, 


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Carleton C. G. 801 Essex, 


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Chamberlain C. N. 265 Common, 


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Chase H. M. 288 Essex, 


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Clerk C. F. 172 Lowell, 


cc 


Crawford C. H. 286 Hampshire, 


Ci 


Crawford J. W. 187 Oak, 


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Crocker S. E. 276 Haverhill, 


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Dana David, 85 Jackson, 


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ESSEX COUNTY DIREOTORT. 



Lawrence 






Physicians^ continued. 
Desmarais James (bot.), 509 Haverhill, 
Dolan Thomas D. 295 Essex, 
Dow George W. 552 Broadway, 
Flanders Frank B. 283 Essex, 
French A. J. (horn.), 44 Lawrence, 
Gagnon A. 172 Lowell, 
Gildee J. B. 64 Lawrence, 
Hill M. J. (bot), 10 Valley, 
Howard George C. 181 Essex, 
Howe O. T. 239 Essex, 
Humphrey Daniel, 248 Haverhill, 
Jaoson R. G. 76 Franklin, 
Johnson F. E. 291 Essex, 
Eenyon Henry J. 181 Essex, 
Lawrence J. H. 112 Hampshire, 
Lougee W. H. (hom.), 271 Essex, 
MAGEE ANTHONY B. 501 Essex, 
MAGEE JOHN A. 501 Essex, 
Marston E. Q. 497 Broadway, 
McAllister J. G. 81 Jackson, 
Mignault Y. 198 Lowell, 
Moeller Frederic, 106 Essex, 
Mooers C. A. 249 Haverhill, 
Moalton B. F. 124 Sooth Broadway, 
O'Connor W. R. 112 Hampshire, 
Rogers Clara H. 211 Essex, 
Sargent George W. 181 Essex, 
Sargent I. 245 Broadway, 
Sewell J. (hom.), 18 Sonth Broadway, 
Shea Andrew F. 32 Bradford, 
Tabor J. Atwood (hom.), 408 Essex, 
Talbot C. C. 379 Essex, 
Tates Eugene S. 99 Essex, 
Young J. D. (eel.), 403 Essex, 
Aheam C. A. 7 Church, 
Averill M. M. 13 West Green, 
Baker W. H. 1 Park sq. 
Bayliss Albert, 11 Smith, 
Bergengren F. W. A., Central sq. 
Bosworth J. W. (hom.), 32 Nahant, 
Brockway C. H. 81 Exchange, 
Brown Charles R. 10 Silsbee, 
Bumham Caleb, 3 Mason, 
Clark S. W., North Common, cor. Hanover, 
Coiman H. 33 Broad, 
Cashing Eugene B. 6 Franklin ave. 
Dearborn R. F., South Common, cor. Vine, 
Drew David F. 29 North Common, 



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£mer8on John S. 4 Washington sq. 

FlandeiB Martha J. Miss (hoin.)i 79 Liberty, 

Galloupe Charles W. 8 Park, 

Galloupe Isaac F. 3 Park, 

Goodell J. W. 4 Broad, 

Goodwin B. S. 15 Johnson, 

Grant J. H. 84 South Common, 

Guilford J. S. 89^ Market, 

Hawkes Esther H. Mrs. 81 Broad, 

Haywood £. S. Mrs. 7 Franklin, 

Holbrook S. R 49^ Market, 

Hopkins S. W. 88 Liberty, 

Howard I. P. Mrs. 5 Franklin, 

JACKSON H.W. (bot.),483 Western aye. (see 

advt. p. 445), 
Jenkins C. £. 19 School, 
Joyce Thomas, 22 Ireson, 
Loyejoy Charles A. 88 Broad, 
Lloyd C. 84 Green, 
Manning Stella, 79 Liberty, 
Marshall C. F. 121 Maple, 
McArthur John A. 88 South Common, 
McDonald W. A. 4 South Common, 
McMahon J. J. 40 Market sq. 
Meader Charles E. 5 Lincoln, 
Moore J. W. 9 City Hall sq. 
Newhall Edward, 46 Broad, 
Ome J. H. (dair.), 9 Baker, 
Pinkham Joseph G. 48 Silsbee, 
Radcliff Frank L. (horn.), 82 Nahant, 
Sheldon Chauncey C. 11 Franklin, 
Steyens Frank D. 8 North Common, 
Toothaker S. A. 7 Bed Bock, 
Walker J. H. 2 Oliye, 
Warren W. M., City Hall sq. 
Waters W. (hom.), 4 South Common, 
Weeks J. C. (cancer and tumor), 67 Chatham, 
Yeaton Geo. H. (optician), 14 Market, 
Blaisdell George W. Manchester 

Priest Greorge A. ** 

Ballard Peter J. (daur.), Marblehead 

Deyereux Jane (hom.), 
Eyeleth Philemon, 

Kittredge Joseph, ^* 

Morse M. V. B. (hom.), * 
Sanborn P. L. 

Cushing H. J. Merrimack 

DanneU John, '* 

Gerrish W. H. 



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Fhysicians, coniinned. 




Hobart J. W. (hom.), 


Merrimack 


Goldsmith Charles, Lowell at. 


Methnen 


Pierce James, Pleasant st. 


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Woodbnry George E., Broadway, 


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Batehelder Henry F. (hom.). 


Middleton 


Stevens Frank, 


Nahant 


Rogers Grorham D. 


Byfield, Newbury 


Adams H. F., Slate st. 


Newboryport 


Bolton I. B.y Charter st. 


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Cross Enoch, 8 Washington, 


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Dearborn A. B., Washington st. 


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Dickens J. B. M., Essex st. 


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Fairfield H. P. (clair.), 42 Pleasant, 


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Fobs David (hom.), 5 Spring, 


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Hale F. A. (hom.), 68 SUte, 


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Healey James J. 8 Charter, 


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HOMER JOHN (also surgeon), 156 


High (see 


advt. p. 4), 


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Howe F. A., High st. 


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Hard Edward P., Fair st 


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Montgomery Greorge, Green st. 


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Snow George W., Charter st* 


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Yonng John F. 17 Essex, 


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Weil Frank E. 


North Andover 


Morrill Charles P. North Andover Depot, «' || 


Foster H. E. 28 Main, 


Peabody 


Frost George M. 93 Mam, 


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Gardner Frank A. (hom.), 81 Main, 


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Haley George W. 14 Franklin, 


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Newman James F. 1 Wallis, 


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Osborne G. S. 15 Main, 


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Pike C. C, Chestnut st. 


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Shanahan J., Chestnut st. 


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Weston Charles G. 84 Main, 


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Worcester F. S., Main st. 


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UallC. B. (hom.), 


Rockport 


Manning Joseph, 


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Sanborn John £. 


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Tapper A. M. 


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Bartlett Benjamin W . 


Rowley 


Atwood Frank S. 186 Federal, 


Salem 


Bailard P. J. (clair.), 6 Washington, 


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Barron Adaline £. (magnetic), 25 Liberty, '' 


Barron Reuben (l)ot.), 9 Mt. Vernon, 




Brooks Stephen D. (bot.), 54 Lafayette 


9 


Buxton LydiaM. (clair.), 161 Boston, 




Carlton Charles A. 2 Chestnut, 




Cate S. M. (hom.), 52 Federal, 





PHTSI0IAN8. 



281 



Choate Dayid, 28 Norman, Sfilem 

Coggin David, 18 Chestnut, 

Cook Ariel (magnetic), 100 North, 

Doherty J. jr. 214^ Essex, 

Durgin Frank A. 811 Essex, 

Fessenden Joseph P. 128 Washington, 

GafTney Henry J. 119 Mason, 

Gardner F. A. 4 Lynde, 

Geffrion J. Philios, 24 Harbor, 

Goodell Qeo. Z. 18 Federal, 

Hersey F. C. 14 Summer, 

Hines F. E. 17 Charter, 

Holbrook J. E. 186 Essex, 

Holbrook S. H. (clair.)) 186 Essex^ 

Johnson A. H. 26 Winter, 

Eemble Arthur, Federal st. 

Eemble L. G. 18 North, 

Kittredge Thomas, 4 Chestnut, 

Enowles G. R. Mrs. (clair.), 291 Eaaex^ 

Lamb Colby, 18 Lynde, 

Lyman Jabez B. 92 Washington sq. 

Mack Wm. 21 Chestnut, 

Merriam H. C. 257 Essex, 

Morse Nathan R. (hom.), 181 Essex, 

Mndge Kate G. (horn.), 809 Essex, 

Neilaon Wm. 25 North, 

Nolemi C. A. 27 William, 

Osgood A. L. Mrs. 10 Ash, 

Percy George E. (hom.), BS Summer, 

Perkins George A. 127 Essex, 

Pei^ins T. L. 800 Essex, 

Pope Henry E. 87 Boston, 

Quimby Elisha, 80 Laboratory, 

(^uimby E. H. 15 Church, 

Quimby S. Foster, 48 Federal, 

Sherman Caroline A. Miss (chiropodist), 195 Essex, 

Sherman Sarah E. Miss (hom.), 11 Barton sq. 

Shreve Octavius B. 29 Chestnut, 

Stone H. Osgood, 28 Chestnut, 

Stone James, 167 Federal, 

Whe:.t*and Henry, 21 Chestnut, 

Worcester Samuel (hom.), 85 Washington, 

Carswell Robert, Elm st. Amesbury, Salisbury 

Stanley C. S. 48 Market, 

Stllphen S. W., Elm st 

Young B. H., Market st. «' 

Allen D. S. East Saugus, Saugus 

Chase William B. Swampscott 

Jordan R. B. " 



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J^yndanSf oarUinued. 




Allen Justin, 


Topsfield 


Cowles F. A. 


Wenham 


Ambrose D. L. (ed.), West Newbury | 


Pierce A. H. 


Ci 


Warren Orin, 


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Piano-Fortes, Organs, Etc, 




{See also Music arid Musical Instruments.) | 


Howes Prince (organs), IM Cabot^ 


Beverly 


Boardman C. C. 210 Main, 


Gloucester 


Lane 0. W. 99 Main, 


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Parsons Theodore, 8 Hancock, 


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Dow S. A. 5 Water, 


Haverhill 


Tasker W. Orin, 208 Merrimack, 


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Williams RuAis, 58 Merrimack, 


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Dyer & Co. 887 Essex, 


Lawrence 


£llis S. A. 204 Essex, 


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Richards J. M. 295 Essex, 


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Rugg H. A. 256 Essex, 


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Bojnton S. A. 41 Market, 


Lynn 


Brown W. D. 76 Market, 


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Grain A. M. 59 Market, 


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Davidson M. A. 81 and 88 Market, 


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Smith H. M. 40 Market, 


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Castelhun & Uale, Post-oflBce blodc, Pleasant st. 




Newburyport 


Thnrlow D. P. 54 State, 


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Cleaves L. A. 


Rockport 


Manning W. N. 


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Moore John Z. 


44 


Emilio E. Victor, 287 Essex, 


Salem 


Howes M. H. C. Mrs., Pond st. 


44 


LEFAVOUU W. J. 175 Essex, (see advt p. 


5), 


Piano-Forte Tuners. 




Howarth W. L. 


Amesbury 


Leach R. 55 Washington, 


Lawrence 


Olney Allen E. 289 Essex, 


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Davidson M. A. 81 and 88 Market 


Lynn 


Goldthwait Geo. C. 80 Newhail, 


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Hill John L. 40 Market, 


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Adams R. G. 


Newburyport 


Walker A. J., Main st. 


Peabody 


Emilio E. Victor, 287 Essex, 


Salem 


LEFAVOUR WILLIAM J. 175 Essex (see advt. p. 5) ,«* 1 1 


Young Jacob, 201 Essex, 


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PICKLE, ETC., HF8. — FIOTUBB FRAME MFS. 283 

Pickle and Ketchup Manufacturers. 

WEBSTER FRED. L., Maple at. (see advt. back 

cover), Danvers 

Curtis G. £. & Co., West Neptune st. Lynn 

DeWolf H. H. 8 South, West Lynn, " 

Pictures. Engravings. Etc. 

Morse C. C. & Son Co. 67 Merrimack, 

MORSE HERMAN F. 108 Merrimack, 

Colbum Brothers, 281 Essex, 

Hogle Brothers, 585 Essex, 

Tilton H. S. 517 Essex, 

SMITH A ROBINSON, 42 Market (see advi p. 

445), Lynn 

Gemignani Corinto, Inn st, Newburyport 

Gardner W. H. 199 Essex, Salem 

Lowery J. G. 77 Washington, »* 

SHAW X. J9. & SON, 288 Essex (see advt. front 

colored), 

Picture Frame Manufacturers. 

Lane Everett, 180 Main, Gloucester 

MARTIN F. F. & CO., above P. O., Main st. 

(see advt. p. 447), 
Ferry Joseph H. 210 Main, 
ANDERSON A. W., P. O. block, 60 Merrimack, Haverhill 
MORSE HERMAN F. 108 Merrimack, '' 

NEWMAN J. A. & SON, 8 Central block, Ipswich 
Colbum Bros. 281 Essex, Lawrence 

Dick Hugo, 118 Essex, 
Hogle Brothers, 585 Essex, 
Tilton H. S. 517 Essex, 
Atwill Jesse L. 67 Munroe, 
Hildreth H. R. 75 Broad, 
Johnson Edward, 6 Market, 
SMITH & ROBINSON, 42 Market (see advt. p. 

445), 
Watson A. M. 7 South Common, 
Graves Merrill H. Marblehead 

Castolhun & Hale, Pleasant st. Newburyport 

Gemignani Corinto, Inn st. ^^ 

Crockert Alexander, 848 Essex, Salem 

Gardner W. H. 199 Essex, " 

Lowery J. G. 77 Washington, ** 

SHAW X. H. & SON, 288 Essex (see advt. front 

colored) , 

Hodge F. E. 54 Market, Amesbury, Salisbury 

Killam D. ** " 









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Pile Driving. 

Hall F. " Gloaoester 

HAMILTON & BALCOMB, 16 Lafayette (see 
advt. p. 420), Salem 

Pipe Manufactorers. 

Patent Water db Gas Pipe Manaf., Broad st. Lynn 

Planing Mills. 

(See aUo Moulding MiUe; deo Sawing and Planing.) 

Flanders & Lane, Amesbury 

Dow & Go. Beverly 

Pope Bios. Danversport, Danyers 

Bamham Brothers, Wharf st. Gloaoester 

Damon Bros. Ipswich 

LAWRENCE LUMBER CO., Lather Ladd, agent, 

Essex Yard, Lowell and Hayerhill sts. (see Mlvt. 

p. 4S9), Lawrence 

Bafftim J. N. & Co., rear 182 and 184 Broad, Lynn 

GUILFORD S. A., foot of Commercial st. '' 

MARSHALL J. O. ^ SON, 158 Broad (see adyt. 

p. 486), " 

Bowden Thomas J. A Son, Marblehead 

West Amesbary Manaf. Co. Merrimac 

Eyans J. W. & Co., Brown's wharf, ' Newbaiyport 

Pertcins Edward, Water st., foot of Lime, ^* 

DAW BROTHERS, Second st. (see adyt. p. 480), 

North Andoyer Depot, North Andoyer 
Clark Aaron F., rear Maio and Groye sts. Peabody 

Gifford N. P. 885 Bridge, Salem 

Kimball John E., rear Carpenter st. 
Stickney Walter J. 9 Front, 
TODD A. W. & CO., Elm st. (see advt. p. 466), 

Amesbmy, Salisbury 

Plasterers. 

{See Maaone.) 

Plastering Hair. 

GRIFFIN TmOTHT J. 88 QeAver (see adn. p. 
418), 

Piumbers. 

(See also Ooppertmithe.) 

Saanders Bros., Main st. 
IngersollT>aniel S., Railroad aye. 
Robertson R. dk J. 6 Abbott, 
Trask Israel, Pleasant st. 



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Perkins C. P. & Co., High St. 

Loring F. M. 141 Main, 

Smith L. E. 221 Main, 

Coakly & Eelley, 22^ Winter, 

CRAM ALONZO W. 151 Merrimack, 

Davis & Cloridge, 177 Merrimack, 

Finney Thomas F. 166 Merrimack, 

Le Bosqnet Bros. 20 and 22 Main, 

Morse W. £. 161 Merrimack, 

Perkins J. C. 181 Merrimack, 

Proctor 6. E. 99 Essex, 

Saanders Bros. 9 Emerson, 

Donnells J. M. 

Condon Thomas F. 74 Hampshire, 

Cnllington John & Co. 17 Lawrence, 

DEARNALEY JAMES, 8 Newbnry (see advt. p. 

480), 
FORBES WM. & SONS, 450 Essex (see advi. p. 

430), 
Smart G. B. & Co. 61 Essex, 
THOMPSON A COOMBS, 128 Essex (see adyt. 

p. 430), 
Cook B. M. & Co. 52 Exchange, 
DAME, THORNDIEE <Sb CO. 82 Mnnioe (see 

advt. p. 17), 
Hannaford d; Perkins, 439 Western aye. 
Heath H. W. 1 Almonte 
Hunt John, 15 State, 
McDonald H. J. 46^ Exchange, 
Pool H. F. 5 Market, 
THE L. A. MAY CO. 137 and 141 Umon (see 

advt. p. 11), 
Finnerty Daniel G. 
Winn P. H. 
Eelley E. G., Mill st. 
Lord Daniel B. 19 Foster 
Chambers John H., Lafayette, cor. Dodge, 
Goss F. P. 7 St. Peter, 
Hart Wm. H. 8 Central, 
Lord Daniel B. 12 Sewall, 
Miller L. E. 154 Washington, 
Phippen Chas. H. 41 Boston, 
Staten Chas. A. 273 Essex, 
Wendell Frank A. 8 North, 
Hume J. C, Elm st. Amesbnry, Salisbory 

Plumbers' Materials. 

THE L. A. MAY CO. 137 and 141 Union (see 
advt. p. 11), Lynn 



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Piumberf^ MatericUsy continued. 
Lord Daniel B. 19 Foster, 
Gobs F. P. 7 St. Peter, 
Lord Daniel B. 12 Sewall, 
Millea L. E. 154 Washington, 
Phippen Chas. H. 41 Boston, 
Staten Chas. A. 278 Essex, 
Wendell Frank A. 8 North, 

Pocket. Case Manufacturer. 

Cross D.E. (Cross patent), 6 Fuller's block, Cen- 
tral sq. 

Pop Cora Manufacturers. 

Andrews C. A. 119 Oxford, 



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Potato Chips Manufacturers. 

Wilmot A Perkins, Highland Park, 

Potteries. 

(See also Stons Ware.) 

Lawrence Charles A., Federal at. 
SulUyan J. 99 BaUroad, 
Chase Phineas, 
Paige M. B., Central st. 

Poultry Dealers. 

Andrews Daniel W., Newbury st. 
Homer John, Lake st. 
Walton Geo. D. 145 Lowell, 
True Amos D. (fkncy), 

Poultry Supplies. 

BOABDMAN OFFIN Jb. (see advt. p. 467), 

Amesbury, Salisbury 

Powder and Shot. 

BBOWN J. F. 102 Merrimack (see advt. p. 454) , 

Haverhill 
Brown Orlando, 188 Merrimack, 
HANSCOM BBOS. 80 Main (see adyt. p. 458), 
Sargent Charles B. 48 and 47 Merrimac, Newburyport 

Practical Steam Engineer. 

FOWLEB WALTEB B., lower end Canal st. (see 
advt. p. 428), Lawrence 

Print Cloths. 

Pacific Mills, Samuel Barlow, supt. Lawrence 



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MORRILL GEORGE T., Market sq. (see adyt. p. 
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RODGERS J. B., Main st '• 

Draper W. F., Main st. Andover 

Allen Irving W. 156 Cabot, Beverly 

Sbepard C. H. & Co., Maple st. Danvers 

Bombam Erastus 8. Essex 

HAMMOND & HARRIMAN, Geoigetown 

Andrews Ira Jr. 114 Main, Gloucester 

Cape Ann Bulletin Co. 191 Main, 

Proctor Brotbers, 108 Main, 

Cbase Brotbers (book and Job), 15 Washington, Haverbill 

Hooke Fred V. 119 Merrimack, 

Howard & Hill, 26 Merrimack, 

Jobnson C. B. 60 Merrimack. 

MitcbeU & Hoyt, 4 Main, 

Morse C. C. & Son, 67 Merrimack, 

Nicbols Tbe Printer, 19 Wasbmgton, 

Stiles F. P. 21 Wasbington sq. 

Strafford Eben H. 2 Bridge, 

Tbe Knigbts of Labor Co-operative Pub. Co. 26 
Wasbington sq. 

Potter I. J. 

Conway Jobn D. 180 Cbestnut, ^ 

Dick Hugo, 118 Essex, 

MERRILL GEORGE S., over Post-ofl9oe (see in- 
dex to advertisers) , 

Morrison A. & C. 289 Essex, 

Murpby James (Job) , 263 Essex, 

Sellers Brotbers, 571 Essex, 

Wadswortb H. A. (Job) , 807 Essex, 

Ward James Jr. 267 Metbuen, 

Bacbeller E. F. 26 Broad, 

Herbert George C. 7 Central sq. 

LAW J. EDWARD (label), 86 Oxford (seeadvt. 
p. 437), 

Leecb & Co. (steam Job), 92 Mnnroe, 

Lewis & Winship, 280 Union, 

Macfarlane Jobn & Co. 55 Munroe, 

McCarty J. F. & Co. 42 Munroe, 

Nicbols Tbomas P. (steam), 24 Market, 

Nicbols W. A. 85 Central sq. 

Parker Lutber C. 7 Excbange, 

Pbillips Brotbers, 71^ Market, 

Prentiss W. S. 158 Union, 

TarboxGeo. O., Boston, cor. Federal, 

U^ion Publisbing Co., Central sq. 



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PriTUers^ continued. 
Webster N. S. 41 Munroe, 
Charch Albert A. 
Lindsey N. Allen & Co. 
Litchman Charles H. 
Pike A Poore, 
Trae Frank H. 
Trow Charles E. & Co.^ Carrier's block, Metbuen 

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^Qconomy Printing Co., Tracy place, 
Hase William H. & Co. 49 8Ute, 
Teel M. C. & Son, 4 Merrimac, 
Femald & Yittum, Lowell at. 
McGrath T. H., Chestnut, cor. Lowell, 
Pierson & Pool, Main st. 
Cheever & Leman, Mt. Pleasant at 
Choate J. H. & Co. 182 Essex, 
Foote & Horton, 228 Essex, 
Howard Charles D. 141 Washington, 
Hutchinson T. J. A Son (Job), 237 Essex, 
Kehew Fred A. 213 Essex, 
Pease Oeo. W. A Co., Obserrer bnflding. City 

Hall ave. 
Salem Press, Goo. A. Bates, manager, Derby, cor. 

Liberty, 
MOBBILL GEO. T., Market sq. (see advt. p. 465), 

Amesbory, Salisbniy 
Potter M. & I. J, " " 

Mills Henry J. East Sangas, Sangus 

Perkins J. W. A. Topsfield 

Ambrose A. N. West Newbory 

Produce Dealers. 

(See also Country Stores; atao Flour and Cfrain.) 

Symonds 8. B. 89 Water, Beverly 

Bidley Lyman, Danvers 

Phillips N. H. (wholesale), 187 Main, Gloucester 

Cram & Allen (wholesale), rear 198 and 200 Essex, 

HaverhiU 
Martin C. W. 65 Merrimack, «< 

Austin, Bichardson & Co. (wholesale), 286 Lowell, 

Lawrence 
Bonney Milton & Co. 544 and 546 Essex, cor. 

Franklin, " 

Clark William P. & Co. (wholesale), 6l7 Common, <^ 
Currier Charles (wholesale), 504 Common, 
Gooding G. F. (wholesale), 37 Amesbury, 



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Hastings & Sugatt (wholesale)^ Broadway, oor. 

Water, Lawrence 

Howard C. W. 564 and 566 Essex, '« 

Andrews R. & Co. (wholesale), 10 Andrews^ 
Hnrlbert H. F. & Co. 12 F^eud, 
Hyde Edward V. 161 Untbri, ^ ' 
Jepson £11 & Son, 34 State/^ 
McLean Norman, 31 Mnnrpd, 
Moore Charles, 22 Mulberry. 
PepperellE. (wholesale), 137 Essex, 
Wilkins Charles, 

Smith Charles T. & Co. 61 Lime, 

ABBOTT & REYNOLDS (wholesale), 14 Front, Salem 
HASKELL GEORGE, 219 to 223 Washington 

(see advt. p. 424) , 
Moulton W. C. C. 52 to 58 Central, " 

MuUin J. J. 1 Prospect, <« 

SMITH H. F. 147 Derby, " 

Ward Frank T. 5 to 11 City Market, " 



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(See also Butchers; also Grocers.) 


Bartlett Frank E. 


Amesbury 


Burbank C. U. 23 Main, 


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Conover L. M. 


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Perkins George, Pleasant st. 


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Ray & Abbott, Main si. 


Andover 


Valpey Bros., Main st. 


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Cotinell E. 


BaUardville, '« 


Stark John J. S. 


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Beverly Co-operative Association, Cabot st. Beverly 


Davenport J. E., Railroad ave. 


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Dehany T. J. 223 Cabot, 


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Lord 0. W . 79 Cabot, 


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Place Amos F., Rantoul st. 


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Sonthwick G. H. & Co. 164 Cabot, 


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Carrier W. M., Maple st. 


Danvers 


Perry James 0. 33 Maple, 


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Gilliard C. H. 


Tapleyville, " 


Memeritt M. L. 


Geoi^etown 


Poor Prescott, Park st. 


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Brown S. W. 9 Main, 


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Carter John S. 20 Main 


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Carter S. J. 55 Prospect, 


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Carter S. J. jr. 50 Washington, 


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Cressy W. P. 135 Main, 


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Dennen & Collins, 2 and 4 Main, 


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Provision Dealers^ continued, 
Haskell B. & Sons, 284 Main, 
Shepherd J. C. 118 Main, 
Shepherd J. L- 138 Prospect, 
Thomas J. B. (wholesale) , Railroad ave« 
Washington Market, H. F. Ingersoll, manager, 34 

Washington, 
Wharf J. W. 161 Main, 

Hodsdon F. D. 171 East Main, East Gloacester, 
Crombie & Kimball, Groyeland 

Dane Arthur C. Hamilton 

Dane George E. F* 
Dane J. W. 
Dodge Charles W. 
McKay William G. 
Stone D. D. 
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Brown J. F. 38 Winter, 

Gate Geo. F. 229 Washington, 

Chase & Meader, 86 Emerson, 

Cluff A. M. 158 Washington, 

Davis E. 20 Locust, 

Dnpres Joseph, 120 Winter, 

Gowing & Higgins (wholesale), 188 Winter, 

Griffin & Co. 192 Merrimack, 

Hines Patrick, 237 E»sez, 

Hodgdon A. J. 214j| Washington, 

Hodsdon F. W. 32 Water, 

Lancaster A. R., Monument sq. 

Moore George F. 33 Main, 

Moulton E. A. (wholesale), 121 Essex, 

Page D. S. F. 4 Emerson, 

Page & Harnden (wholesale), 5 Myrtle, 

Rerce L. B. 76 and 77 Water, 

Snay H. P. 60 Winter, 

Stover M. L. 14 Emerson, 

Thornton Wm. 5 Bridge, 

Thurston & Rowe, 48 Winter, 

Trudel M. 86 Essex, 

Veasey G. J. 17 Water, 

Toung G. A. 146 Merriniack, 

Cotter Michael F., Market st. 

Green Geo. H., Market st. 

Bancroft & Sawyer (wholesale), Essex st 

Batchelder E. H. 398 Haverhill; 

Cahill David, 232 Chestnut, 

Callahan R. 289 Common, 

Churchill C. E. 22 Newbury, 



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Churchill John & Co. 26 and 28 Amesbury, 

CoDDell Kate, 95 Lowell, 

Crammett J. A. 12 Lawrence, 

Cunningham O, J. 249 Park, 

Currier J. M; 4&^o. 87 Essex, 

Daly John, .&9 Swath Broadway, 

Dean & Haselton, 267 Broadway, 

ERLER & lOJNERT, Newbury, cor. Elm (see advt. 
p. 431), 

Finnegan J. J. 246 Hampshire, 

Finnegan Michael, 68 White, 

Growing & Higgins (wholesale), 418 and 4l9 Haver- 
hill, 

Griffin Frank E., Newbury, cor. Elm, 

Hayhnrst Peter, 521 Common, 

Henderson Bros. 41 Newbury, 

Hilton G. T. 240 Lowell, 

Holmes W. A. 250 Lowell, 

Kimball J. G. 87 Amesbury, 

King A. P. B. 71 Broadway, 

King H. C. 106 South Broadway, 

LACAILLADE BROS. 474 Common (see advt. p. 
432), 

Magoon Bros. 164 Hampshire, 

Magoon & Co. 218 Broadway, 

Mather John, 434 Broadway, 

McCarthy Bros. 231 Oak, 

McDonald J. 189 Elm, 

McEVOY JAMES, 75 and 77 Hampshire (see 
advt. p. 481), 

Mellen A. L. 8 Jackson, 

Miller Frederic, 28 Park, 

NUSSBAUM J. & CO. 126 Union (see advt. p. 
481), 

Penniman J. B. 56 Amesbury, 

Pierce E. W. 100 Broadway, 

Redwood A Co. 146 Essex, 

Reilly John, 867 Hampshire, 

Roessler Gustav, 44 Centre, 

Romaine J. B. 41 Amesbury, 

Russell John, 88 Amesbury, 

Sargent J. E. 64 Amesbury, 

Smith & Wheeler, 107 Haverhill, 

Snell C. C. 865 Broadway, 

Sullivan John, 91 Lawrence, 

Webster G. C. 77 Common, 

Wilson Sd Sheehan, 81 Union, 

Woodbury Brothers, 223 and 227 Broadway, 

Woodhead Edwin, 199 Water, 



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^Provision Dealers^ confinved. 
Bf)^ A. M. & C. A. 82 Market, Lynn 

mg\^J Frank, Waterhill st. ** 

B^f^m E. A. 34 Union, 
Bbscc^el Boston Branch, Geo. A. F. Eingham, 

Sdpth Common Bt. 
Breed Geo W. 21 Broad, 
Breen J. C. 76 Blossom, 
Bryant M. J. 73 Chatham, 
Burke J. William, 36 Harbor, 
Cate George B. 104 Summer, 
Cayerley E. J. & Co. 19 and 20 North Common, 
Chesley Albert, 96 Essex, 
Cooper Josiah H. 82 Union, 
Cross A. T. Sd Co. 49 Commercial, 
Currier J. R. & Co. 69 Union, 
Doyle J. A. 8 Central aye. 
Drislane D. J., Janet. Western are. and Smnmer, 
Edson C. F. <& Co. 20 Union, 
Edson N. W. 77 and 79 Franklin, 
Flanders C. H. 21 and 23 Pleasant, 
Foster J. A. 15 Silsbee, 
Furber Wm. B. 17 Ingalls, 
Gove Geo. L. 73 Sagamore, 
Graves Isaiah, 2 Mason, 
Griffin Bridget Mrs. 427 Western aye. 
Harwood Geo. H. 52 Federal, 
Haskell B. F. 74 Chestnut, 
Hatfield H. M. <& Co. 18 Pearl, 
Heal Josiah W. 168 Market, 
Higgins John Mrs. 72 Pleasant, 
Hixon W. S. 352 and 354 Western aye. 
HuBsey George W. 80 Union, 
Hyde Edward V. 151 Union, 
Joint William & Sons, Essex, cor. Fayette, 
Lewis F. C. 37 Lewis, 
Litch E. C. <& J. 29 and 31 Central aye. 
Longley M. P. 191 Essex, 
Lord E., Lake aye. 
Lydon J. A. 52 Beach, 
Marsh Stephen S. 33 Summer, 
McKenney C. E., Washington, cor. Leighton, 
McMillen Robert, 21 Spring, 
Moody M. F. & Co. 55 and 57 Summer, 
Morton James, 175 Essex, 
Murphy E. 74 Pleasant, 
Newhall E. 166| Essex, 
NICHOLS W. O. 109J Union, 
Nourse E. S. 1 Stewart, 



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O'Brien J. & Co. (wholesale beef), 49 Pleasant, 

Osbom & Co. 25 to 29 Market sq. 

Parker W. H. 162 Summer, 

Perkins Samuel S. 87 and 89 Lewis, 

PettenglU S. S. 90 Union, 

Phinney Thomas, 455 Western ave. 

Plummet J. F. & Co., June. Summer and WdStem ave. '^ 

Porter, Dearborn & Co. 8 City Hall sq. 

Porter, Taylor & Co. 87 Summer, 

Ramsdell Nathan A. 841 Western ave. 

Ramsdell Oliyer, 260 Chestnut, 

Remick D. H. 84 Summer, 

Richardson E. W. 230 Chestnut, 

Rogers Ira D. 15 and 17 Cottage, 

Rollins J. H. 95 Franklin, 

Simmons H. D. 125 Essex, 

Simonds N. B. 57 Federal, 

Staples & Clifford, 290 and 292 Esseit, 

St. Germain A. 146 Broad, 

Tarbox James M. & Son, 1 and 2 Federal and 455 

Western ave. 
Thomas J. B. (wholesale), 60 Washington, 
Tburlow B. A. 123 Essex, 
Usher L. B. & Sop, Commercial, cor. Summer, 
Whitcomb O. A. 9 Sagamore, 
Wiley Charles E. 15 Munroe, 
Wyman T. E. 18 Alley, 
Wyman & Pooler, 10 Market, 
York Seth W. 56 Union, 
Young E S. 67 and 69 Broad, 
Sheldon Charles H. 
Brown Frank, 
Brown William & Co. 
Caswell W. H. 
Cole S. H. 
Fleet J. H. 
Graves J. L. 

Humphrey Elmer E. & Brother, 
Knight William R. 
Langley Joseph H. 
Lefavor H. E. 
Pierce Joseph, 
Wilkins & Goss, 
Woodfin W. C. 
Adams S. A. 
Stevens Moses, 
Titcomb G. A., Church st. 
Brown E. F., Hampshire st. 
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Eenison C. W., Osgood at. 

Silver £. L., Broadway, 

White James C. 

Adams C, K. & Co. 10 Liberty, 

Adams John Q. 5 and 7 Liberty, 

Akerman J. M. 198 Merrimae, 50 Pleasant, and 

20 Fair, 
Akerman John O. 123 Merrimae, 
Carter William H. 210^ Merrimae, 
Coleman W. T. 6 Liberty, 
Davis James, 81 Liberty, 
Graham John & Son, 26 Market sq. 
Haskell C. A. 24 01iYe, 
Hennessey Thomas, 36 Market sq. 
Hunt L. P. 156 High, 
Janvrin F. A., Federal, oor. Roberts, 
Newman John H. 15 Pleasant^ 
Pearson £. W. 54 Lime, 
Putney W. C. 2} Purchase, 
Richardson Brothers, 110 and 112 Merrimae, 
Roaf Geo. M. (wholesale), 
Taylor John A. 18 Atwood, 
Thomas J. B. (wholesale), Commercial wharf, 
Titcomb A. 87 State, 
Wells David E. 39 Federal, 
Welsh W. 94 Water, 
Woods J. J. & W. 83 and 85 Water, 
Woodwell Joseph A. 12^ Purchase, 
Gleason Charles F., Main st., 

North Andover Depot, North Andover 
Batchelder Charles A. 136 Main, Peabody 

Doyle M., Harris st. 
Fifield & Smiley, Caller st. 
Humphreys B. B. 68 Washington, 
Lyons Richard, Washington st. 
Mahoney Patrick, 68 Walnut, 
McGee Henry, Tremont st. 
Osborne S. A. 24 Main, 
Spofford E. C, agent, 58 Main, 
Thomas C. A. 21 Main, 
Thomas Josiah B. (wholesale). Winter st. 
Titcomb John S. 9 Parsons, 
Trask Edward, Lowell st. 
Trask Warren, 5 Main, 
Wallace Patrick, Medway st 
Currier Geo. W. & Co., Main st. 
Gee James, 21 Main, 
Goodwin Alphens, Pigeon Cove, ^* 



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Pigeon Cove, Bockport 

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Shepherd Greo. B. 

Andrews B. 199 Washington, 

Archer R. P. 262 Washington, 

Averill Geo. H. 16 Central, 

Berry George P. 39 Essex, 

Birmingham M. J. IS Pingree, 

Clark A. M. 98 Bridge, 

Comer Charles J. 19 St. Peter, 

Daniels Charles H. 70 Federal, 

Dugan D. F. 86 Lafayette, 

Emerson Jasper, 88 and 85 Market sq. 

FARRELL THOMAS A. 18 Aborn (see advt. p. 
426), 

Feenan Brothers, 57 Harbor, 

Flynn John P. 12 Vamey, 

Foank J. A. 104 North, 

Glidden Mark (pork, ham and sausages, whole- 
sale), 12 Lafayette, 

Hallowell A. R. 125 Essex, 

Hartnett & Sullivan, 188 Boston, 

Hurd J. A. (wholesale) , 5 Prescott, 

Knight £. F. 86 North, 

Larrabee E. C. jr. 46 Pleasant, 

Lord J. A. 12 and 18 City Market, 

McCord Geoi^e, 181 Derby, 

McGrane C. 47 Harbor, 

Manroe S. N. Ill Essex, 

O'Eeef James F. 16 Washington sq. 

Porter F. 8 and 5 Central, 

Pratt Lewis R. 84 and 86 Boston, 

Produce Exchange Association, H. F. Ptoctofy man- 
ager, 45 Washington, 

Ruth Bros. 116 Derby, 

Ryan Edward W. 284 Bridge, 

Ryan John J. 58^ Harbor, 

Sheridan & Duignan, 59 and 61 Maaoa, 

Sims C. R. & R. T. 18 Church, 

Stodder Simon, 85 North, 

StroutH. C. (wholesale), 9 Front, 

Thomas J. B. (wholesale), 25 Derby sq. 

Upton George W. 2 Mill, 

Upton, Magoon & Co. (wholesale), 260 Bridge, 

Upton & Dnggan, 88 Endicott, 

Vincent Amos J. 59^ Derby, 

Ward Frank T. 5 to 11 City Market, 

Ward J. O. 15 to 18 City Market, 

White Frank & Co. 56 and 60 Harbor, 

Wiggin Levi, 7 Endicott, 

Pray C. H. 9 Market, Amesbury, Salisbury 



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Prevision Dealers^ continued. 
Stover C. M. 

Titoomb George H., Market sq. 
Woodman J. F. 2 High, 

Public Administrator. 

PORTER JOHN W. 262 Essex, 

Publishers. 

{S^ (dao Book9eUer$.) 
NewhiUl Geoi^ T., Lynn Transcript, 7 Ifonioe, Lynn 

Pulp Maiuifactiifefs. 

Baoon J. A. db Co. (wood), 

THE L. A. MAY CO. 187 and 141 Union (see 



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Peabody Stephen, 88 Central, 



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Beverly 
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Pump Manufacturers. 

Doane Hiram, Water st 
Farnham J. W. (wood) , 258 Lowell, 
Holt Charles C, Sargent's Mills, Railroad st. 
Tyler Kimball T., foot of Bulfinch, 
Webster J. H. (wood), 23 Heniy ave. 
Cotton Frank W. (wood), Marblehead 

RUSSELL ALBERT & SONS, 108 Meirimac (see 
advt. front colored), Newbmryport 

Pump and Block Maters. 

(See aiso Pump Manufobcturars.) 

Doane Hiram, Beverly 

Harvey & Tarr, Duncan st. Gloucester 

McDonald Allen L. 67 Duncan, ^^ 
Davis E. Jr. 169 East Main, East Gloucester, «< 

Pike Greo. A. (pump), 12 Fair, Newburyport 

Stickney Geo. W. 69 Water, " 

Todd & Brown, 87 Water, '* 

Donaldson John, Salem 

Pyrotechnist. 

Elwell Eilby W. 119 Main, Gloucester 

Putting Out Machine Manufacturer. 

MoEEEN BEN J. 19 Caller (see advt. opp. p. 5), 

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Quarrieis. 

Scott Bros. Danyers 

Annisquam Granite Co. Annisqaam, Gloucester 

Cape Ann Granite Co. Bay View, " 

Gregget Chas. Laneayille, ** 

Lanesville Granite Co. ** " 

Reid Francis, " «« 

Scbevis William, " " 

Vernon J. J. *' « 

Newbaryport Qnarry Co., Edward P. Sbaw,"pre8., 

Commercial wharf, Newbaryport 

LINEHAN JOHN (granite), 18 Foster (see advt. 



p. 461), 


Peabody 


Brown John (granite). 


SoBth Peabody, <' 


Brown Samuel (granite). 


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Rockport Granite Co. (granite) , 


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Pigeon Coye, " 


Gnidet Charles, 


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HAVERHILL IRON WORKS,*: 


Rlyer, cor. Ayer 


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Ratchet Drills. 

GALLAGHER MANUF. CO. 18 State (see adyt. 
opp. p. 4), Lynn 

Real Estate Agents. 

{See aiso Brokers.) 

COLLIER PERRT, Pleasant st. (see adyt. p. 419), 

Beverly 
PORTER SAMUEL, Masonic block (see advt. p. 

462), 
Stone Samuel H. 160 Cabot, 
Follansbee H. L. 187 Main, Gloucester 

Bowe T. F. 93 Merrimack, Haverhill 

Chase Jamea E., Main st. 
Hall Geo. A. lOS Merrimack, 
Longfellow Nathan, 58 Merrimack, 
Pearl Horatio, 59 Merrimack, 
WENTWORTH G. W., room 11, 103 M^rimack, 
Currier E. B. (broker), 181 Essex, Lawrence 

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Davis S. M. 558 Essex, 
Fairfield J. M. 417 Essex, 
Fay A. M. 6 Essex Bank building, 
Griffin Benj. 49 Bellevue, 
KILBRIDE J. J. 263 Essex, 
Mack A. E. 268 Essex, 
Norwood John C. & Co. 6 Lawrence, 
Pedrick & Closson, S61 Essex, 
Richards L. P. £. 537 Essex, 
Wilson Henry S. 263 Essex, 
Abbott M. H. 3 Exchange, 
Baker Ezra (general), 185 Unlouy 
Berdge Edward A. 3 Market sq. 
Boardman & Ingalls, Central sq. 
Chase L. F. 169 Union, 
Jenkens George & Co. 13 Willow, 
JOHNSON WM. F. & KNIGHTS, Savings Bank 

building, 104 Market^ 
Lewis James S., Sagamore building, 
Lewis & Newhall, 169 Union, 
Silsbee A Geer, 158 Union, 
Thompson Waldo, 6 Ocean, 
Ward Benjamin A. 185 Union, 
WELCH J. P. & CO., room 2, Sagamore building 

(see advt. fh)nt coyer), 
Woodbury Seth D., Sagamore building. 
Currier Daniel, Lawrence st. Methuen 

Parker James O., Union st. *^ 

Sargent Samuel G., Broadway, '' 

Collins Stephen, 25 State, Newburyport 

STOCKMAN CHARLES C. 10 Brown's wharf 

(see advt. p. 457), <^ 

Farnbam Frank E., Allen's block, Peabody 

Holman George, 5 Allen's block, 
Thomas James H., Allen's block. 
Archer A. J. 96 Washington, Salem 

COLLIER PERRY, 243 J Essex (see advt. p. 419), " 
Kendall William H. 139 Washington, 
Odell Charles, 85 Washington, 
Fifield B. E. 2 Elm, Amesbury, Salisbury 



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Refrigerator Manufacturers. 

DAME, THORNDIKE & CO. 82 Munroe (see 
advt. p. 17), Lynn 

Hupper & Hudson, 3 State, 

Staples H. Q. 48 Almont, 

THE L. A. MAY CO. 187 and 141 Union (see 
advt. p. 11), 



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Chute Isaiah, rear 124 Main, 

Eaton J. D. & J. W. 88 and 40 North, 

WADLEIGH & MORSE, 81 North, 



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Rendering Works. 

Ames Amos L., Liberty st. 

Bancroft Geo. W., Bancroft st. 

BURBECK JOSEPH N., Grove st. (see advt. p. 

460), 
Lynn Mathews, Crowninshield st. 
Porter & Taylor, Liberty st. 
Rust Elbridge, rear Wallis st. 

Restaurants. 

(See also Eating HouBes; also Saloons,) 

Murphy Jeremiah, Railroad ave. 
Robeits D. W., Rantoul, cor. Bow, 
Trafton D. L., Railroad ave. 
Blodgett C. E. 298 Essex, 
Earle John S. 172 Union, 
Gurney Kingman, 94 and 96 Munroe and 75 Wash- 
ington, ^^ 
Payrow Frank L. 11 Sutton, " 
Rodgers Nellie J. Marblehead 
Snow S. P. Mrs. " 
Tibbettd John H. 14 Foster, Peabody 

Riggers. 

Estabrook & Williams, Fear's wharf, also Steele's 
wharf, Gloucester 

Merlett Moses, Vincent Point, 

Purdy C. W. & Brother, 5 Rogers, 

SIMMS JAMES, Parkhurst's wharf, foot of Dun- 
can (see advt. p. 450), 

Witham Addison, Wharf st. 

HAY ALLAN, Nahant road, foot of Beach st. (see 
advt. p. 436), Lynn 

Pritchard J. B., Brown's wharf, Newburyport 

Wilson Frederick, 22 Derby wharf, Salem 

Ring Travellers Manufacturers. 

Harris & Locke Manuf. Co., Derby, cor. Liberty, Salem 

Roll Coverers. 

{See Top BoU Coverers.) 

Roller Skin Manufacturers. 

Mackenzie, Durgan & Stewart, Danversport, Danvers 



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Rolling Mill. 

Danvers Iron Works, A. 6. Tompkins, prop. 

Danversport, Danvers 

Roofers and Roofing. 

{See also Slaters,) 
Flanders & Lane, 
Glouoester Roofing Co., Boeky Neck, 

East Gloaoester, Gloacester 
Abbott E. H. P. Haverhill 

Morse W. E. (tin), 161 Merrimaek, 
Proctor G. K. (tin), 123] Merrimack, 
Sargent C. E. 25 Water, 
FORBES WILLIAM & SONS (tin), 460 Essex, 

(see adTt. p. 480), Lawrence 

HORN GEO. W. 613 Common (seeadvt. p. 429), 
Pierce J. B. & Co., Frencii, cor. Chase, Methuen 

of9ce, 473 Essex, 
THOMPSON & COOMBS (tin)„ 123 Essex (see 

advt. p. 430) , 
Bnms & Bee (slate), 15S Broad, 
Hannaford & Perkins (tin) , 439 Western ave. 
Hunt John, 15 State, 
Jones John A. 137 Western ave. 
THE L. A. MAY CO. 137 and 141 Union (see advt. 

p. 11), 
Young S. (shingle roof painting), 190 Union, 
Lydston W. W. (tin), 12 Church, 
Thomas T. P. db Co., Market sq. 
Denni& Edwin W. (tin) , 7 Walnut, 



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Eaton J. D. & J. W. (tin), 38 and 40 North, 

Fowler George P. (slate), West Yard, 

HARRIS D. M. (felt and gravel) , 33 North (see 

advt. p. 420) , 
PINNOCK THOMAS G. (slate), 7 Dodge (see 

advt. p. 419), 
Trask James E. (elastic soapstone, felt and gravel) » 

208 Bridge, 
WADLRIGH & MORSE (tin), 81 North, 
Wilson Andrew (slate, etc.), Salisbury 

Roots and Herbs. 

NICHOLS THOMAS B. 189 Essex, cor. Central 

(see advt over Calendar), Salem 

Rubber Goods. 

Tyer Rubber Co., Horace H. Tyer, pres. (druggists* 
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Beede Charles O. (dealer), 160 to 164 Union, 

Houghton & Godfrey, 21 Exchange, 

Melcher & Spinney (manufs.) (boot and shoe connt- 

ers) , Huffum's wharf, 
Mount Vernon Rubber Co., F. L. Johnson, 8 

Mount Vernon, 
T. W. Tyler Manuf. Co. 66 and 58 Waiow, 

Rubber Hose and Packing. 

THE L. A. MAY CO. 187 and 141 Union (see 
advt. p. 11), Lynn 

LITTLE GEORGE H., Foster st. (see advt. front 
colored), Feabody 

Rubber Moulds Manufacturer. 

Loring John B., Main st. Andoyer 

Rubber Handle Tools Manufacturers. 

Tyler & Copeland, 28 and 24 State, Lynn 

Rubber Mills. 

Fierce E. C. Danversport, Danvers 

Rubber Stamps. 

Moses J. & Co. 409 Broadway, Lawrence 

Saddlery Hardware Manufacturers. 

Boston Metalic Harness Lug Co. (metallic lugs), 
119 Union, Lynn 

Safes. 

Smith J. F. 24 Washington sq. Haverhill 

Sail Makers. 

FHILINTE LEON G., Foster's wharf (see advt. 

p. 462), Beverly 

Allen <& Stanwood, foot of Water st. Gloucester 

Cross Wm. H., Rocky Neck, 
Colby Samuel V. 875 Main, 
FEARS GEO. L. 49 Duncan, rear Fears' wharf (see 

advt. p. 449), 
Prindall Chas., Fort wharf, 
RO WE E. L. 83 Wharf, foot of Water (see advt. p. 

460), 
Smith G.W. 11 Howe, 
Steele Isaac A. S., Steele's wharf, 
CROSS WM. H., Story's wharf (see advt. p. 449), 

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Knowles N. G. jr. 204 Merrimack, 
White S. <& Co. 267 Western ave. 
Gilbert Thomas, Front st. 
Currier Chas. O., Cushing's wharfs 
Davis Wm. A. & Son, 4 Ferry wharf, 
Goodwin £. P. 8 Commercial wharf, 
Young & Morgan, 
Lane Edward, 57 Union, 
Liebsch Andreas, 7 Derby wharf, 
Whipple John H., Phillips wharf, 

Saloons. 

(See also Eating Houeee; also Liquors.) 



Bockport 
Salem 






Brick D. D., Friend st. 

Devlin John, Friend st. 

Dorsey T. 

Flanigan John, Aubin st. 

Mahoney James F., Friend st. 

Murphy John, Aubin st. 

Mnrray John, Friend st. 

Norton Patrick, Aubin st. 

Pentland Geo. H., Pond st. 

Trafton D. L., Railroad ave. 

Allen Frauk D. 85 and 87 Rogers, 

Andrews A. C. 77 Main, 

Baker May, 20 Commercial, 

Barry Wm. J. 6 Rogers, 

Blackburn Howard, 287 Main, 

Burke Stephen H. 14 Water, 

Cash Edward, 19 Water, 

Chisholm John S. 24 Main, 

Cobui n J. E. 29 Pearce and 50 Wharf, 

Cosgrove John J. 4 Short, 

Cressey Edward, 188 Main, 

DODGE PETER S. 48 Commercial (see advt, 

447), 
Edsoq Isaac, 171 Hancock, 
Fitzgerald E. F. 29 Main, 
Gillis D. P. 18 Rogers, 
Gilmore E. F. 119 Main, 
Gorrett Wm. 89 Duncan, 
Hanson Andrew T. 57 Rogers, 
Hlltz John J., Shepard st. 
IngerBoU Amos, 232 Main, 
Jerald Annie, 13 Porter, 
Jodrey Peter, 48J School, 
Keefe Michael, 87 Duncan, 



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Kennedy Thomas, 24 Rogers, Gloucester 


Lacouse C. J. Mrs. 23 Hanoock, 


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Levee J. D. 279 Main, 


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Lufkin Moses, 66 Main, 


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LUFKIN ROBERT K. 439 Main, 


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Mackey Timothy, 10 Rogers, 


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McDoagal Thomas, Commercial st. 


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McYarrish J. H. 299 Main, 


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Murphy Dennis, 69 Main, 


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Mnrphy J. J. 198 Main, 


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O'Hara Isaac A. 19 Pearce, 


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PARKER. S. G. 48 and 50 Main, 


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Peach Hiram G. 2 Parsons, 


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Peart Godfrey, Water st. 


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Pettee David A., Rocky Neck, 


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Porter William H., Parkhursf s wharf, 


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Parle Wm. E. 67 Main, 


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Reilly W. H., Main, cor. Water and 18 Commercial, 


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Remby John. 81 Washington, 


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Rich S. D. 27 Duncan, 


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Small E. F. 16 Rogers, 


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Small W lUard E., Porter, cor. R<^ers, 


41 


Sterling M. J. 36 Duncan, 


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Stone James, 325 Main, 


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Sullivan Wm. T. 204 Main, 


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Thomas Alden, 208^ Main, 


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Thomas Fred B. 35 Wharf, 


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Wiley E. C. 142 Main, 


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Wonsoa B. R. 365 Main, 


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Cosgrove John, Rocky Neck, East Gloucester, 


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Landry Thomas, " 


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Wonson Frank P. 173 East Main, " 


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Addison F. A. 112 Merrimack, Haverhill 


Blaisdell David, 109 Essex, 




Brown E. H. 6 Wingate, 




Brown Orlando, 188 ACerrimac, 




Carney James E. 17 Sargent sq. 




Catthane Daniel, 133 Merrimack, 




Clevis Andrew, 187 Washmgton, 




Comors James, 127 Essex, 




Curtin J. F. 10 Locust, 




Day W. H. 16 Fleet, 




Dearborn James P. 141 Merrimack, 




DINSMORE A. S. 53 Essex (see advt. p. 456), 




DONAHUE E. J. 99 Winter (see advt. p. 455), 




Donahue Frank, 10 Harrison, 




Donahue Wm. 18 Fleet, 




Driscoll J. 4 Lancaster, 




Glennon M. 35 River, 





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Saloons, continued. 




Ham <& Fisher, 58 Phoenix Row, 


Haverhill 


Hines James, 244 Essex, 


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Kelley T. J. 51^ Wingate, 


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King Bridget, 31 Uarrison, .^ ' 


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Langley J. P. 211 Essex, .. ') 


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LaDtte Thomas, 89 Essex, '\\ 


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Lucy David J. 19 Washington sq. 


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McCarthy John, 77 Essex, 


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McCarthy M. H. 61 to 68 Essex, 


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Moulton H. D. W. 17 Fleet, 


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Moynihan Michael, 18 Harrison, 


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O'Brien Richard, 29 Harrison, 


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O'Connor Charles, Primrose st. 


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Page John H. 125 Merrimack, 


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Pearson H. C. & Brother, 8 Essex, 


4C 


Perkins N. W. 142 Washington, 


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Powell Hany, 174 Winter, 


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Presoott S. F. 2 Washington, 


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Reardon J. 12 Essex, 


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Scanlon James, 6 Harrison, 


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Scannell James, 5 Fleet, 


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Shaw R. £. 14 Court, 


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Shiite A. M. 69 and 71 Essex, 


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Shute Joseph B. 126 Merrimadc, 


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Shute John B. 87jt Washington, 


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Splaine R. A. 18 Court, 


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Verrell G. A. 44 Water, 


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Ward John E. 79 Essex, 


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Willet J. N. 12 Main, 


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Hayes J. W., near depot, 


Ipswich 


Joy Wiiliam B., Market st. 


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Adams W . D. 40 Hampshire, 


Lawrence 


Aheam John, 101 Valley, 


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Bain John, 172 Valley, 


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Banfield N. H. Mrs. 842 Common, 


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Bartley John, 166 Lowell, 


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Begley Edward F. 806 Park, 


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Beck Henry, 128 Union, 


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Birch James M. 268 Water, 


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Boucher Thomas, 104 Essex and 27 Franklin, 


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Bradley J. W. 186 Essex, 


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Bradshaw David A. 845 Lowell, 


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Breen Patrick, 287 Chestnut, 


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Bresnin Patrick, 285 Chestnut, 


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Buckley Thomas, 280 W ater. 


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Burke Margaret, 189 Broadway, 


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Cahill Daniel, 111 Hampshire, 


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Callahan Johanna Mrs. 846 Elm, 


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SALOONS. 


305 


Carey John Mrs. 114 Lowell, 


Lawrence 


Carney Michael, 33 Mechanic, 


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Caskin Maggie Mrs. 129 Common, 


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Casey John Mrs. 181 Valley, 


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Caulcutt May, 66 Oxford, 


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Cheever S. W. 305 and 307 Common, 


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Collins P. J. 53 Soath Broadway, 


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Conlon M. 57 Hampshire, 


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Connor Mary A. 224 £lm. 


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Corcoran Catherine Mrs. 329 Oak, 


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Corwan Anthony, 395 Common, 


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Cotter James T. 63 Spruce, 


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Cranley Stephen, 112 Essex, 


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Crooke James, 423 Common, 


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Crotty John, 54 Common, 


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Crowley G-eorge, 478 Common, 


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Dacey Cornelius, 6 Bevel, 


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Dacey Coriielius, 277 Oak, 


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Dacey John, 28 Hampshire, 


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Daly Patrick, 66 Hampshire, 


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Daly Patrick, 24 South Broadway, 


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Daniels George W. 388 Common, 


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Delaney John J. 259 Oak, 


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Dempsey James, 126 Common, 


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Dempsey Patrick, 103 Broadway, 


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Desmond P. J. 322 Park, 


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Devine John, 188 Water, 


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Dick F. A. 108 Essex, 


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Dineen Patrick, 89 Broadway, 


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Dineen Patrick F. 18 Bowe, 


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Dobbin John, SO Common, 


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Doherty James J. 589 Essex, 


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Donahue Kate, 175 Lawrence, 


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Donoghue Patrick R. 77 Essex, 


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Donovan Michael, 813 Merrimack, 


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Donovan Patrick, 19 Allen, 


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Donovan Patrick, 111 Lowell, 


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Donovan Patrick, 16 South Broadway, 


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Donovan T. 70 Arlington, 


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Donovan W illiam H. 23 Hampshire, 


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Dooling Timothy, 9 Newton, 


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Dorgan John 438 Common, 


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Farragher Thomas, 60 Common, 


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Fitz Josephine Mrs. 47 Franklin, 




Fitzgerald M. Mrs. 167 Valley, 


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Fitzgerald M. 166 Water, 


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Flynn & O'Connor, 183 Essex, 


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Ford George, 43 Broadway, 


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Ford Patrick, 49 Valley, 


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Lawrence 



Saloons^ continued. 
Fritzsche Louis, 69 Soutb Union, 
Garritj Michael, 28 Allen, 
Garrity William J 152 Essex, 
Gilday Martin, 61 Hampshire, 
Gillen James, 92 Essex, 
Graham P. J. 88 South Broadway, 
Griffin Thomas, 29 White, 
Hamel J. G. 448 Common, 
Hamell Noah, 458 Common, 
HANNON JOHN^ 297 Merrimack, 
Hanley E. Mrs. 102 Tremont, 
Hardisty James, 545 Common, 
Hart David, 805 Park, 
Hayes Joseph, 30 Melvin, 
Herbst Emma Mrs. 120 Essex, 
Hewitt Edward, 106 Lawrence, 
Higgins John, 65 Essex, 
Hofmann Charles, 174 Union, 
Hoffman William, 156 Exchange, 
Holmes John, 111 Bradford, 
Holmes Sarah Mrs. 5 Hancock, 
Hopkinson Thomas, ^8 and 90 Common, 
Horgan Bridget, 171 Oak, 
Horron John, 141 Valley, 
Horsier Geo. E. 66 Water, 
Honle Peter, 55 Franklin, 
Howard John, 88 Essex, 
Hoy Kate, 54 Marston, 
Ingraham Johnson, 414 Hampshire, 
Jenkins James, 140 Common, 
Johnson Patrick, 8 Winter, 
Kealey Maria Mrs. 45 Essex, 
Keighley J. 4 Melvin court, 
Kelly Barnard, 185 Essex, 
Kennealey Daniel, 55 Valley, 
Kennedy Michael, 132 Common, 
Kenyoh Mary, 106 Common, 
Kershaw Henry, 255 Water, 
Kilcourse Thomas, 127 Lowell, 
Lahey Agnes, 127 Valley, 
Lahey Andrew, 207 Oak, 
Lane John, 150 Common, 
Lanouette Martin, 590 Common, 
Layery Bernard, 557 Essex, 
Lonergan John, 181 Hampshire, 
Looney Thomas P. 270 Chestnut, 
Loveday John, 560 Essex, 
LOW THOMAS V. Jr. 502 Haverhill, 



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Lundy Ann Mrs. 123 Park, 
Lyons Jeremiah, 48 Oak, 
Mahoney Cain, 101 South Broadway, 
Mahoney Jeremiah, 71 South Union, 
Manchester Matthew, 87 Lawrence, 
Manning J. 854 Common, 
Marks U. J. 562 Essex, 
Martin James G. 537 Common, 
Matthews Frederic, Hall, cor. Park, 
McBride Peter, 104 Lawrence, 
McCabe Ellen Mrs. 13 Common, 
McCarthy Ellen Mrs. 99 South Broadway, 
McCarthy James, 27 Franklin, 
McCarty Patrick, S3 Amesbury, 
McCarty P. 7 Jackson, 
McCarty William J. 246 Park, 
McCormick Patrick, 65 Union, 
McConvall James, 206 Oak, 
McEneany Ann, 825 Oak, 
McGairy John, 380 Common, 

McGuren Nicholas, 42 Common, 

McKenna Patrick. 189 Chestnut, 

McManus John, 168 South Broadway, 

McManus Patrick, 201 Valley, 

Millington Joseph, 256 Essex, 

Moloney John, 2 Newbury, 

Molyneaux N. C. 1 Mill, 

Mondor Joseph, 488 Common, 

Moolic John, 11 Common, 

Mooney Thomas, 122 Valley, 

Morrisey P. J. 577 Essex, 

Mullen Patrick, 88 Union, 

Mulligan T. 278 Park, 

Murphy Daniel, 120 Lowell, 

Murphy John, 81 Valley, 

Murphy Mortimer, 830 Elm, 

Murphy Patrick, 85 Hampshire, 

Murphy P. 188 Chestnut, 

Nichols W. T. 308 Park, 

O'Brien James, 61 Oak, 

O'Brien John, 108 Hampshire and 61 Broadway, 

O'Connor Brian, 21 Turner, 

O'Connor Eugene, 180 Common, 

O'Connor Michael, 218 Elm, 

O'Leary Daniel, 877 Common, 

O'Leary J. P. 885 Common, 

O'Malle}' James, 4 Cedar, 

O'Neal Michael, 58 South, 

Oslington George, 44 Hampshire, 



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Saloons^ continued. 




Oslington James, 144 Common, 


Lawrence 


Parker Joseph W. 24 Franklin, 


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Pippig Oscar, 89 Union, 


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POWER MAURICE, 273 Hampshire, 


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QUINN PATRICK CHARLES, 206 Water, 


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Quirk Patrick, 267 Elm, 


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Reardon Cornelias, 8 Portland, 


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Regan Timothy, 126 Lowell, 


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Renter Frederick, 126 Union, 


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Reynolds C. S. 855 Essex, 


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Riley Thomas, 553 Common, 


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Rivers Frank, 479 Common, 


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Robinson Frank, 31 1 Park, 


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Rowe C. H. 89 Essex, 


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Rnht Joseph, 5 Chestnut, 


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Ryan Michael J. 97 Lawrence, 


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Scanlon Peter, 20 Short, 


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Schafer Christopher, 139 Jackson, 


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Schindler Richard, 102 Essex, 


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Seymour Peter, 502 Common, 


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Sharon & Davis, 2 Mill, 


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Sheehan Daniel, 95 South Broadway, 


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Sheer William, 183 Newbury, 


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Smith George B. 553 Essex, 


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Sullivan Daniel, 545 Essex, 


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Sullivan D. F. 124 Essex, 


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Sullivan John, 867 Common, 


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Sweeney P. 282 Elm, 


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Tately John, 80 Myrtle, 


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Taylor Thomas, 570 Essex, 


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Thebarge A. D. 175 Lowell, 


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Twomey Hannah Mrs. 297 Elm, 


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Twomey J. 6 and 8 South Broadway, 


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Welch Martin, 41 White, 


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Welch Peter, 9 Bennington, 


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Welden J. H. 46 Amesbuiy, 


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Wermers John, 78 Essex, 


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Wessel August^ 353 Lowell, 


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VVhalen Patrick, 59 Valley, 


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Wheeler Marion Mrs. 136 Common, 


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Whittey Michael C. 513 Common, 


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Wilson James H. 579 Essex, 


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WOOLLEY WILLIAM, 56 Spruce, 


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Woolley William jr. 117 Essex, 


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Woods Duncan, 569 Essex, 


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Toung Margaret Mrs. 33 Common, 


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Young Nicholas, 328 Elm, 


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Allen E. P. 53 Market, 


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SALOONS. 


309 


Alley C. H. 180 Market, 


Lynn 


Alkins N. K. (lager beer), 12 Mulberry, 


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Bluisdell Eobert, 24 Harbor, 


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Bradford Frank A. 103 Union, 


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Breen J. C. 76 Blossom, 


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Breen M. 87 Oxford, 


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Burke J. William, 36 Harbor, 


ii 


Burns J. £dward, 75 Sagamore, 


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Cahill Thomas, Sheridan st. 


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Calahan Wm. 117 Broad, 


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Carney D. 166 Chestnut, 


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Carney J., Sheridan st. 


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Cassidy J. 149 Brond, 


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Cassidy Owen, 15 Washington, 


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Caswell Albert H. 71 Pleasant, 


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Cloran P. W. 41 to 45 Andrews, 


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Collins Wm. 58 Amity, 


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Connelly Nicholas, 78 Pleasant, 


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Connors James, Central ave. 


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Corbin Ann, 8 Federal sq. 


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Corcoran Bernard, 168 Broad, 


41 


Craig John F. 78 Willow, 


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Crowell M. 89 Andrews, 


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Cunningham Hugh, 504 Boston, 


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Currane Maurice F. 179 Union, 


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Dewick John, Maley, cor. Union, 


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Dooley John, 85 Blossom, 


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Doyle George £.119 Oxford, 


(C 


Dyer G. H. 26 Union, 


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Dynan William J. 81 Munroe, 


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Eagen John, 20 Amitv, 


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Earl John S. 172 Union, 


ii 


Feehan Bernard, 70 Beach, 


ii 


Fenton M. A.. 49 Andrews, 


ii 


Fletcher H. 22i Summer, 


ii 


Frost Warren, 142 Market, 


ii 


Gallagher Patrick, near East Sangus Depots 


ii 


Ghoughrer V. 14 Ezra, 


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Gorham John, Blossom st. 


ii 


Green Wm. H. 165 Broad, 


ii 


Griffin J. M. 89 Washington, 


ii 


Griffin John S. 45 Central aye. 


ii 


Griffith M. T. 83 Beach, 


ii 


Gunn M. H. 4 May, 


ii 


Gurney Kingman, 94 and 96 Munroe and 75 Wash- 




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Hallaran Edward, 10, 12 and 14 Summer, 


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Hamilton J. F. Ill Central ave. 


ii 


Hammond Owen, Collins st. 


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Hanlon Ellen, 10 May, 


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H anion John« 167^ Union, 


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Healey Hagb, 93 Broad, 


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Healey J. 77 Washington,' 


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Heffeman Edward, 17 Washington, 


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Heffeman P. J. 419 Western ave. 


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Hennessey James, basement of Lynn Hotel, 


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Hennessey James, Waterhill, cor. Bridge, 


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Hennessey P. 18 Beach, 


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Hennessey W. H., Exchange, cor. Union, 


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Higgins Daniel, near East Saugus Depot, 


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Higgins P. J. 72 Pleasant, 


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Horgan Daniel, 64 Blossom, 


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Horgan John, 2 Lewis, 


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Hughes M., Commercial st. 


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« Hughes Patrick, 68 Blossom, 


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Hurley Charles, 82 Beach, 


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Jepson Charles E. 107 Union, 


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Jones B. 40 Beach, 


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Kflley James, Harrison court. 


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Kiley John H. 438 Boston, 


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King Thomas, 448 Boston, 


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Knowles A. H. 68 Market, 


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Landers J. A. 20 Munroe, 


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Lee John, 58 Broad, 


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Legere Phillip, 33 Harbor, 


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Lennon Patrick E. H2 Blossom, 


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LEONARD ROBERT, 145 Union, 


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Linehan Edward, 6 Central ave. and 78 Willow, 


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Lydon J. A. 52 Beach, 


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Martin Patrick, 67 Sagamore, 


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Maroney John, 24 Collins, 


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Macaulay D. L. 140 Broad, 


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McBride B. F. 142 Broad, 


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McDermott Joseph A. 448 Western ave. 


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McKay Nathaniel, 67 Blossom, 


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McKenney G. W. 95 Liberty, 


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McLaughlin P. 98 Oxford, 


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McMahon Frank, 490 Boston, 


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McMahon J., Ezra st. 


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Murphy E. 74 Pleasant and 68 Sagamore, 


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Murphy Patrick, 4 Waterhill and Boston st. 


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Murphy Henry, 123 Broad, 


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NALISH MICHAEL, 33 Pleasant, 

Nolan Michael, 33 Pleasant, 

Norris John, 13 Railroad ave. 

Noyes John, 18 Washington, 

O'Bnen Jeremiah, Lewis st. 

O'Hare & Foster, 23 Central sq. 

Parker T. £. 4 Market, 

Payrow Frank L. 11 Sutton, 

Power John F. 145 Union, 

Reynolds John, Sea, cor. Pleasant, 

Rowley T. F. 3 j Exchange, 

RyanNichael, 516 Boston, 

Santry John, 175 Union, 

Sberin D. M., Beach, cor Sagamore, 

Slowey Hugh, 4 Eirtland, 

St. Germain A. 146 Broad, 

Tetrault Fred. 27 Central ave. 

Thomson & Rollins, Sagamore building, 

Tobin R., Waterhill, cor. Murray, 

Twohig John, 22^ Union and 75 Manroe, 

Ward M. A. 35 Andrews, 

Welsh Martin, Waterhill st. 

Williams John H. 194 Broad, 

WILLIAMS J. P. E. 35 Pleasant, 

Burke Michael, 

Doris William D. 

Fisher Joho, 

Eieley Lawrence E. 

Lee Henry (oyster), 

Pope J. (oyster), 

Twiss E. N. 

Nownes O. W., Hampshire st. Methuen 

Ayer W. P. 1 Water, Newburyport 

BACHELLER JOHN M. 32 Inn (see advt. p. 458), 

Bay State House, J. T. Stockman, 19 Merrimac, 

Bixby Thomas, 62 Merrimac, 

Casey Abbie Mrs., 82 Water, 

Corbin C. 186 Merrimac, 

Donahue Martin, 9 Water, *^ 

Duffy John, Merrimac, cor. Titcomb, '* 

Farmer Felix, 55 Merrimac, ^^ 

Fowle Daniel H. 114 Merrimac, ^^ 

Glynn Thomas, 4 Market sq. 

Gomaiz Geo. 77 Merrimac, 

Gorman P. 89 Merrimac, *' 

Grant John, 6 Water, *' 

Hall Daniel, 7 Merrimac, 

Hamilton John, 8 Market sq. 

Herlihy Michael, 82 Merrimac, 



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Hervey J. W. (refreshment), 71 State, 


Newburj'port 


Hood A. F. 24 Merrimac, 


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Jefbs Geo. W . 58 Merrimac, 




Johnston Wm. R. 5 Inn, 




Kelley J. J. 11 Merrimac, 




Kennedy D. A. 28 Water, 




Kennedy Edward, 156 Merrimac, 




Leighton Nathan C. 49 MerrimaCy 




May C. M. 4 Water, 




May Thomas M. Mrs. 4 Water, 




McEvoy M. A. 32 W ater. 




McLean Solomon, 32 Merrimac, 




McPhillips M. 4 Menrimac, 




Middleton Geo. 162 Merrimac, 




Mnrpby James S. 35 Market sq. 




Noyes Charles L., Hale's ct. 




O'Neil S. Mrs. 99 Water, 




O'Neil William, 14 Water, 




Ferley R. M. 75 Merrimac, 




Scabill J. J. 78 Merrimac, 




Stark Frank, 24 Inn, 




Thompson A. W . 3, 5 and 7 Middk, 




Torrey Geo. W . 16 Merrimac, 




Twombly John K. 7 Water, 




Welch James, 5 Lime, 




Wheelbom F^ward, 113 Water, 




Woods William, 7 Market sq. 




Cooper Edward, Main st. 




North Andover Depot, 


North Andover 


Carney John, 28 Foster, 


Peabody 


Carney Michael, Washington st. 




Currier Lawrence, Mill st. 




Hayes William, Washington st. 




Linnehan John, 24 Foster, 




Miilea J. E., Foster st. 




Riordan T. T. 76 Tremont, 




Sherry James, 145 Washington, 




Wallace Patrick, Walnut st. 




Breen James P. 


Bockport 


Ashton Thomas, 46 Harbor, 


Salem 


Barry John H. 112 Essex, 




Barry T. J. 84 North, 




Brady James, 85 Harbor, 




Brown Fred. C. 195 Washington, 




Buckley C. H. 19J Lafayette, 




Buckley W. H. 10 Derby, 




Carroll James, 82 Congress, 




Carey Hugh, 27 Market, 





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Casey John, 32 Derby, 
Castel R. L. 16 Derby, 
Chambers John W. 138 Derby, 
Condon John J. 89 Derby, 
Cotter James, 89 Derby, 
Crane S. O. 7 Boston, 
Cunningham John J. 94 and 96 Derby, 
Delphy Adolphus, 6 Peabody, 
Devino T. A., Front, cor. Lafayette, 
Doyle M. 89 Mill, 
Earle John, 18 and 15 Derby sq. 
Fisher & Humphrey, Fost-offlce building, 
Fitzgerald Garret, 197 Bridge, 
FU*ming Michael, 86^ Union, 
GANEY JOHN, 89 Mill (see advt. p. 426), 
Gardner A. B. 14^ Front, 
Griffin William, 104 Derby, 
Hagerty Daniel T. 61 North, 
Hinchion James, 8 High, 
Hurley John F. 164 Washington, 
Jojxe M. Mrs. 826 Bridge, 
Kenney James (oyster) , 6 Derby sq. 
Kenney John J. 39 Charter, 
Kiley David, 6 Derby sq. 
Kiiey James, 9 Derby sq. 
Launin^r Thomas, 34 Peabody, 
Mahar William. 189 Boston, 
Manning P. L. 8 Prospect, 
Mann James, 88 Bridge, 
McCarthy John C. 88 Charter, 
McCarthy P. J. 120 Boston, 
MfCullongh Edward, 12 Pingree, 
McNiff Mary, 7 Congress, 
McShane James, 58 Bridge, 
Meady Charles W. 14 Lafayette, 
Melay & Tewey, rear 201 j Essex, 
Mo Ilea Annie Mrs. 186 Boston, 
Morehouse William, 18 Bridge, 
Myers John F. 198 Bridge, 
Newell Thomas P. 16 Front, 
Odlin William F. 186 Derby, 
O'Donalii Patrick, 28 Front, 
O'Hern Timothy, 88 Harbor, 
Pigott & Law ton, 184 Boston, 
Rafter T. F. 91J Mason, 
Ramsdell C. H. 18 Front, 
Roche John, 84J Derby, 

SHARP GEORGE H. 22 Derby sq. (see advt. p. 
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Saloons^ continued. 

Smith Terrence, 50 Harbor, Salem 

Snow N. F. 142 Essex, " 

Sallivan James H. 42 Peabody, " 

Sullivan John J. 40 Derby, ** 

Snllivan Michael, 39 Derby, «' 

Sweeney Edward, 89 North, " 

Whalen Mary A. Miss, 46 Bridge, ^' 

Whearty Frank, lOJ Derby sq. " 

Woodfin Moses, rear 14 Front, *' 

Salt Dealers. 

Baker B. A. 191 Main, Gloucester 

Few John & Son, 831 Main, '' 

Woodbary D. E. 185 Main, " 

Marshall H. N. <& Son, 45 Water, Newbnryport 

Abbott & Reynolds, 14 Front, Salem 

HASKELL GEO. 219 to 223 Washington (see 

advt. p. 424), 
Pettingell A. C. 5 and 7 Derby wharf, 

Sand Paper Manufacturer. 

BUZZELL G. W. (BozzelFs moulded), 64 Manroe 

(see advt. p. 488), Lynn 

Sashes and Blinds. 

{See Doors J JSasheSj etc.) 

Sausage Manufacturers. 

ERLER & EUNERT, Newboiy, oor. Elm (see 

advt. p. 48 1 ) , Lawrence 

Furneanx Samuel, rear 620 Essex, '^ 

NUSSBAUM J. 126 Union (see advt. p. 431), " 

Roessler Gustav, 44 Centre, *^ 

Schoenland C. H., Park st. " 

Glidden Mark, 12 Lafayette, Salem 

Saw Filers. 

Horn C. D. 17 Court, Haverhill 

Lang R. W. 4 Bridge, *« 

LAWRENCE LUMBER CO., Luther Ladd, agent^ 

Essex Yard, Lowell and Haverhill sts. (see advt. 

p. 429), Lawrence 

Laybej-t N. 88 Union, Lyon 

Preston E. W. 69 Central ave. " 

Ordway Benjamin W. 12 Market sq. Newbury port 

Ford Charles T. 22 Central, Salem 

Freund Frederick, 131 Boston, " 

Larrabee Joseph N. 63 North, ^^ 



SAW HILLS. — SAWING AND PLANING HILLS. 315 



Saw Mills. 



{See cUao 
Hnzzey W. D. 
Herrick Israel, 


Planing Mills.) 


Andover 
Boxford 


HowfcS W. 




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Day F. E. 




Bradford 


Essex Steam Mill Co. 


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Essex 


Story Edward (steam), 
Cartor M. F. 
Weston G. S. & C. 




Georgetown 


Harrington E. 




Groveland 


Spoffbrd H. H. 
Damon Bros. 
Sargerit G. W . 




Ipswich 
Merrimac 


Emerson M. J. 




Middleton 


ThomMS J. B. & Co. 


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Pearson Benj. 
Farnham B. H. 


Byfield, Newbury 
North Andover 


Dodge Ignatius S. 
Walker Charles H. 




Rowley 


Hine Philip H. 
Perkins B. A. 
Dodge Henry, 


Saugus 

Topsfield 

Beverly Farms, Vil enham 


Saw Mills (Portable). 




Brown J. S. 270 Lowell, 




Lawrence 



Sawing and Planing Mills. 

(See cUso Moulding Mills; also Planing MUls.) 

Abbott & Jenkins, Essex st. Andover 

Hiiwes & Jenks, 110 and 112 Biver, Haverhill 

Jackman S. E. rear 26 and 82 Washington, '^ 

Jewett S. E. 37 Fleet, " 

LA WRKNCE LUMBER CO., Luther Ladd, agent, 

Essex Yard, Lowell and Haverhill sts. (see advt. 

p. 429), Lawrence 

Biiffum J. N. & Co., rear 182 and 184 Broad, Lynn 

GUILFORD S. A., Commercial wharf, 
MARSHALL J. O. & SON, 158 Broad (see advt. 

p. 435), 

Evans J. W. & Co., Brown's wharf, Newburyport 

DAW BROTHERS. Second st. (see advt. p. 430), 

North Andover Depot, North Andover 
CON ANT HENRY, rear of Carpenter st. (see 

advt. p. 420), Salem 

Stickney Waher J. 9 Front, 



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Sawing and Turning. 

Dow & Co. Beverly 

Hawes & Jenks, 110 and 112 River, Haverhill 

WIGHT H. A., Sargent's Mill, Railroad st. (see 

advt. p. 429), Lawrence 

MARSHALL J. 0. & SON, rear 158 Broad (see advt. 

p. 435), Jjyrm 

OLIVER WILLIAM, 60 Almont (see advt. p. 

434), " 

Bowden Thos. J. & Son, Marblehead 

CON ANT HENRY, rear Carpenter st. (see advt. 

p. 420), Salem 

Faxon E. J. 9 Front, " 

Kimball John E., rear Carpenterst. ^' 

Stickney Walter J. 9 Front, " 

TODD A. W. & CO., Elm St. (see advt. p. 466), 

Ameabury, Salisbury 

Scales and Balances. 

{See also Hardware Dealers.) 
American Scale Co. 226 Union, Lynn 

RICHARDSON & WATERS (Fairbanks'), 216 
Essex, Salem 

Scenic Artists. 

HALL & MARR, 829 Main (see advt. p. 462), Gloucester 

School Furniture Manufacturers. 

{S'ee Furniture Manufacturers,) 

Screw Brace Manufacturers. 

Oberton W. W. (for sagging window blinds), Lynn 



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Scroll Sawing. 

Hawes & Jenks, 110 and 112 River, 
Jackman S. E. 1 and 2 Phcenix row, 
MANNING E. C, Mechanics' court (see advt. p. 

465), " 

BRIGGS & ALLYN MANUF. CO. 600 Essex, Lawrence 
HUTCHINS E. N. & CO., Essex Yard (see advt. 

p. 428), " 

Faxon E. J. 9 Front, Salem 

Stickney Walter J. 9 Front, " 

Seedsmen. 

(See also Florists; also Nurseryman,) 

WOODMAN E. & C, Holten st. (see advt. p. 2), 

Tapleyville, Dan vers 



SEEDSMEN. — SBWIKO MAOHINES. 



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GOODHUE FRANK T. 60 South Main (see 

advt. p. 469) , Ipswich 

Gregory James J. H. Marblehead 

Marlin'^Sarah H. *« 

Buxton Daniel jr., Liberty st. Peabody 

Butfum Chas. M. 222 Essex, Salem 

Hale Henry (garden and field), 225 Essex , ** 

Seed Stores. 

FELLOWS C.IL & CO. 81 Merrimack (see advt. 

p. 454), HaverhiU 

HANSCOM BEOTHERS, 80 Main (see advt. p. 

453), «' 

Scott Sd Victor, 859 to 868 Common, Lawrence 

DODGE J. S. & SON, Broadway, cor. Lawrence, 

Methuen 

Seine Boat Builders. 

HIGGINS & GIFFORD, Parker St., head of the 

Gloucester 



Harbor (see advt. p. 450), 

Sewer Pipe. 

(See Drain Pipe.) 

Sewing Machines. 



Andover 
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Ramsdell M. L., Main st. 
Howes Prince, 188 Cabot, 
Porter J. F. (New Home), Porter's block. Maple 

St. Danvers 

Hobson G. A. Mrs. Georgetown 

Alderman M. P. 79 Main, Gloucester 

Boardman C. C. 210 Main, <' 

Fenimore C. H. (Singer), 58 Main, *^ 

Holby E. F. (Hood), 210 Main, " 

Wheeler & Wilson Manuf. Co., M. A. Warren, 

manager, 114 Main, *^ 

Seavey & Co. 9 Essex, Haverhill 

Singer Manuf. Co., R. C. Bryden, agent, 150 Mer- 
rimack, ^^ 
Tyler Henry P. 102 Merrimack, " 
Wheeler & Wilson Manuf. Co., Geo. H. Pixley, 

agent, 
Willey W. S. & Co. (Imp. White), 16 Water, 
Dixon George H., Central st. Ipswich 

PIKE E. T., Central st. *' 

Emery L. P., manager (American), 814 Essex, Lawrence 
Flynn Henry P. (Wheeler & Wilson), 375 Essex, 
Hager W. (Domestic), 871 Essex, 



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Sewing MadiitteSj continuf>d. 
Hammond C. S. (Davis), S'dif Essex, Lawrence 

Household Sewing Machine Co., O. F. Nolan, man- 
ager, 204 Essex, ^' 
The Singer Manuf. Co., Frank H. Dolan, agent, 

204 Essex, <' 

Walker Andrew J. 40 Bellevue, *' 

Alien J. D. (White's), 16 Central aq. Lynn 

American Sewing Machine Co., Boss & Barney, 

agents, 117 Mnnroe, ^' 

Bird A. F. 59 Market, '' 

Buck Wm. & Co. (New Home), 102 Manroe, '< 

Domestic Sewing Machine Co., E. Diil, agent, 24 

Market, << 

Green E. A. 2 Almont, ^' 

Hough Sd Rumney, 11 Willow, *' 

The, Singer Manuf. Co., R. S. Sisson, agent, 185 

Union, ** 

WHEELER & WILSON MANUF. CO. 84 Munroe, " 
Davenport E. F. Marblehead 

Graves S. " 

Allen Charles F. 11 Middle, Newburyport 

Coffin Francis E., State st. '^ 

Stoddard Henry A. (Wheeler & Wilson), 2 Charter, " 
Moore John Z. Rockport 

Griswold B. L. 10 Lafayette, Salem 

Household Sewing Machine Co., J. R. Vesper, man- 
ager, 148 Essex, ^^ 
Hurley John F. 160 Washington, ** 
Singer Mnnuf. Co., F. C. Oliver, agent, 188J Essex, '* 
Wheeler & Wilson Manuf. Co., Charles H. Beach, 
agent, 276 Essex, '' 

Sewing Machine Findings. 

Allen J. D. 16 Central sq. Lynn 

Green E. A. 2 Almont, " 

HART THOMAS F. (sewing machine feet), 45 

Munroe (see advt p. 438), *^ 

Hough & Rumney, 11 Willow, " 

PHILLIPS OSMUS, 91 Munroe (see advt fh>nt 

cover), " 

Wheeler & Wilson Manuf. Co. 84 Munroe, " 

White & Colbath, 74 Munroe, " 

Whitten & Lascell (machine needles, etc.), 26 State, ^' 
Sherburne John, 31 Market, Amesbury, Salisbury 

Machine Needles. 

Foster C. G. 39 Mulberry, Lynn 

Jameson A. W. 181 Market, " 



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SEWING MAGHINB NEEDLES. — 8HEAB8 MF8. 319 

PHILLIPS OSMUS, 91 Munroe (see advt. front 

cover) Lynn 

Whitten & Lascell, 26 State, '' 



Sewing Machine Repairers. 



Haverhill 



Bryant F., rear 64 Washington, 

Sawyer N. F., rear 70 Washington, 

Allen J. D. 16 Central sq. 

Howard £. D. 100 Munroe, 

Hough & Ramney, 11 Willow, 

Kenney B. M. 99 Mnnroe, 

Walker & Cutcheon, 80 Washington, 

Wheeler & Wilson Mannf. Co. 84 Munroe, 

Davenport £. F. 

Griswold B. L. 10 Lafayette, 

Stanwood W. H. 21 Central, 

Sherburne John, 81 Market, Amesbnry, Salisbury 



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EMERSON GEORGE W. & CO. 67 Washington 
and 54 Central ave. (see advt. p. 438), Lnny 

Shafting, Pulleys, etc. 

STODDART A. P. 286 Main (see advt. p. 453), 

Gloucester 
Brown J. S. 270 Lowell, Lawrence 

EMERSON GEORGE W. A CO. 67 Washington 

and 54 Central ave. (see advt. p. 433) , Lynn 

Holbrook & Barker, 9 Spring, " 

KNIVETON GILBERT, 56 Almont (see advt p. 

18), 
STEWART ALEX. 28 State (see advt. p. 434), " 
DAVIS & FURBER MACHINE CO. (see advt. 

p. 467) , North Andover Depot, North Andover 

BOYLE JOHN & CO., Caller st. place (see advt. 

front colored), Peabody 

CURWEN CHARLES F., Liberty, cor. Derby 

(see advt front colored) , Salem 

GOODELL ZINA, 18 Lafayette (see advt. p. 

424), 
PATTEN PAUL B. 16 Lafayette (see advt, p. 

423), 

Shears Manufacturers. 

GALLAGHER MANUF. CO. (for shoe patterns 

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Sheet Lead Manufacturers. 

Forest River Lead Co. Salem 

SALEM LEAD CO., Frank Brown, treas. 126 
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Famham B. H. 
Walker Charles H. 



Shingle Mills. 

{See oho Saw Mills.) 



North Andover 
Rowley 



Ship 



Builders. 

{See alao Boat Builders.) 

Story Ira, 

Adams Moses, 

Bumham Willard A. 

James John & Son, 

Poland Daniel, 

Story A. D. 

Story Joseph, 

Bishop & Murphy, Vinoent wharf. 

Warden & Burgees (repairer), 5 East Main, 

Atkinson & Fillmore, 59 J Water, 

Atkinson B. F. <& Son, 59J State, 

Carrier George E. 284 Merrimac, 

Carrier John Jr., Merrimac court, 

Frisbee A. J. 12 White, 



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Story Ira, Danversport, Danvers 

Andrews H. N. & Co. 28 Duncan, Gloucester 

Bishop & Murphy, Vincent wharf, 

Bumham Bros., Wharf st. 

Margeson Edward, Parker st. 

McDonald Daniel, 83 Rogers, 

Moody & Jeffs, Wharf st. 

Wagner John, Wm. Parkhurst's wharf^ 

Warden & Burgess, 5 East Main, 

Davis Elias, Annisquam, 

Davis George, " 

Davis Gilbert, " 

Davis E. jr. East Gloucester, 

Jackman N. M. *^ 

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Ship Chandlers. 

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Picketl John, Water st. 

Burnham A. M. 183 Main, Gloucester 

FEARS GEO. L. 49 Duncan, near Fears' wharf 

(see advt. p. 449), 
ROWE E. L. 33 Wharf (see advt. p. 450), 
CROSS WILLIAM H., Story's wharf (see advt 

p. 449) , East Gloucester, " 

Coker Stephen, 34 Water, Newburyport 

Bradley & Co. Rockport 

Goodhue A. P. 44 Derby Salem 






Ship Joiners. 



{See also Ship Carpenters.) 

Evans W. O. & Co., Merrimac st. Newburyport 

HATCH L. M. & SONS, Bartlett st. (see advt. 
p. 459), " 

Ship Machinery Manufacturers. 

RUSSELL ALBERT <& SONS, 103 Merrimac 

(see advt. front colored) , Newburyport 

Ship Smiths. 

(See also Blacksmiths.) 

Bray Geo. H., Rock^*^ Neck, 

Davis David L., Porter's wharf, 

Frazier B. 16 Pierce, 

Harvey George, Duncan st. 

Robinson Frank, Rowe sq. 

Voss Adolph, foot of Duncan st. 

Harvey F. O. 121 East Main, East Gloucester, ** 

McCaleb Vinal D. & Son, at William C. Wonson's 

wharf, East Gloucester, '* 

Moody N. C, Commercial wharf, Newburyport 

Patriquin L., Merrimac st. '^ 

Pingree H. C. Pigeon Cove, Rockport 

LilLis & White, 28 Liberty, Salem 

Ship Stores. 

Burnham A. M. 183 Main, Gloucester 

LANE SAMUEL & BRO. 22 Vincent (see advt. 

front colored) , " 

Richardson Bros. 108 to 112 Merrimac, Newburyport 



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Shipwrights and CalJiers. 

(See CcUkers.) 

Shirt and Collar Manufacturers. 

(See also Oenta^ Furtiuhing Ooods.) 

Carter John F. (woollen shirts), 
Blake C. B. 93 Munroe and 142 Union, 



Beverly 
Lynn 



Shoddy Manufacturers. 

Elonse E. J. & Co., Stafford at. Lawrence 

Wamesit Mills, H. C. Win^ & Co., props., Brooks 
Bt. Lawrence 

Shoes. 

(For everything connected wth this business see Boots and 

Shoes,) 

Shooks, Headings and Staves, etc. 

HILL & WRIGHT, 24 Cedar (see advt. front col- 



ored), 



Shooting Galleries. 



Salem 



Gloucester 

Uayerhill 

Salem 



Lynn 



Lynn 



Costello Richard, 14^ Commercial, 
Brewster T. 6. 127^ Merrimack, 
Hunt C. W. 177^ Washington, 

Silk Manufacturers. 

BEALE BROTHERS, 67 Oxford, 

Silk Twist Manufacturers. 

BEALE BROTHERS, 67 Oxford, 

Silver and Silver Plated Ware. 

(See also Jewelry.) 

Bates James C. 87 Merrimack, 

Dole Henry L. 19 Merrimack, 

Clark Wm. A. jr., Union, cor. Silsbee, 

Clough A. B. & Co. 107 Manroe, 

Howe George & Co. 41 Pearl, 

Moore Geo. H. 70 Market, 

Newhall S. C. 44 Market, 

Olin J. G. 61 Market, 

THE L. A. MAT CO. 187 and 141 Union (aee 

advt. p. 11), 

Jones William P. 28 State, Newboryport 

Towie A. F. & Son Co. 232 Merrimac, 
Towle Manuf. Co. (manufs.), 214 Merrimac, 



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Chamberlain B. M. & Son, 190 Essex, 
Collins Geo. A. 198 Essex, 
LOW DANIEL, 231 Essex, 
Peabody John P. 227 and 229 Essex, 
Peabody R. M. 143 Essex, 
Perry Wm. F. 87 Washington, 
Smith J. Ford, 260 Essex, 

Silver Platers. 

Atwood W. I. & Co. 

Carroll H. C. & Co., Franklin, cor. Methuen, Lawrence 
Murphy John H. Merrimacport, Merrimac 

BATES 4& BRI6HAM, 9 Front (see advt. opp. 

p. 2), Salem 

Titas & Walker, Water st. Amesbary, Salisbury 

Silversmiths. 

Towle A. F. & Son Minuf. Co. 232 Merrimac, Newburyport 
Towle Manuf. Co. 214 Merrimac, '^ 

Skating Rinks. 

Gloucester Roller Skating Rink, Western ave., Gloucester 
Smith ds McEenna, Western ave. ^* 

Webster Roller Skating Rink, N. Webster, prop. *' 



Elite Roller Skating Rink, S. E. Jackman, 



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Globe Skating Rink, Merriman, Brown & Clark, 

Locust St. ** 

Star Rink, J. C. Tilton, 182 Merrimack, " 

Essex Skating Rink, J. S. Porter, manager, 294 

Essex, Lawrence 

Vallombrosa Rink, H. L. Waterman, manager, 

Bradford st. " 

Lee Hall Skating Rink, E. & G. Ripker, managers, Lynn 
Lynn Coliseum, 18 Summer, ^^ 

St. Nicholas Rink, Broadway, Methuen 

Skating Rink Flooring. 

TODD A. W. & CO., Elm st. (see advt. p. 466), 

Amesbury, Salisbury 

Slate Dealers. 

HORN GEORGE W. 618 Common (see advt. p. 
429), Lawrence 

Slaters. 

{See cdso Roofers.) 

Cunningham James, 165 Oak, Lawrence 

HORN GEORGE W. 613 Common (see advt. p. 
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Slaters^ continued. 
Burns & Bee, 158 Broad, Lynn 

Thomas F. P. & Co. Newbnryport 

Fowler George P., West Yard, Salem 

PINNOCK THOMAS G. 7 Dodge (seeadvtp. 419), " 

Sleigh Manufacturers. 

Perkins I. W. 78 and 80 Washington, Lynn 

Bailey S. R. Amesbury, Salisbury 

Slipper Manufacturers. 

(Sf^e aho Bf^ot and JShoe Manufacturers.) 

Cobb A. C. 143 Market, 
Mansfield G. A. & Co. 16 Central sq. 
Tebbetts Charles B. 61 and 63 Willow, 
Walden E. & Co. 39 Munroe, 



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Steams J. S. 84 Union, Lynn 

Smokers and Curers of Fish. 

LANE SAMUEL & BRO. '22 Vincent (see advt. 

front colored), Gloucester 

Noyes Charles, Newbur^-port 

Sniiff Manufacturers. 

Larkin & Morrill, B3 field, Newbnry 

Pearson Benj. Jr. 44 »» 

Soap and Candle Manufacturers. 



Bernard & Co. (fancy soap), Cabot st. 

Day John A. 

Kelley George, 

Perkins & Bradstrect, 

Hilliard J. T. 

Smith Charles, 

Marchant A. & Son (soap). Wharf st. 

Beach Soap Co. 126 Water, 

Stackpole J. & Son (soaf)) , 

Beach Soap Co., Lawrence, cor. Maple, 

Jefferson Perry M. 75 Berkeley, 

Hamson Joseph & Son, Lake st. 

Marsh George <& Co. 167 Chestnut, 

Sargent John C, Goodrich st. 

Cheney M. J. 

Globe Soap Co. (soap), 7 Ferry wharf, 

Jaques Joseph N. 142 Merrimac, 

Stan wood A. & Co. 19 Liberty, 



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. advt. p. 460), Peabody 

Winchefttep B. J., Grove st. «' 

BOARDMAN OFFIN Jr. 10 Water (see advt. p. 
467), Atnesbury, Salisbury 

Soapstone Sinks, Tubs, Etc. 

Lynn Marble and Granite Co., Kavanagh <& Carl- 
ton, props. 332 Boston, Lynn 

Soda and Mineral Water Manufacturers. 

DAVIS GEORGE A., Main, cor. Porter (see advt. 

P- 448), Gloucester 

LANK & McLean, 21 Duncan (see advt. p. 448), *' 
CURBAN & JOYCE, 58 Hampshire, Lawrence 

THE LAWRENCE AERATED WATER WORKS, 

75 and 77 Hampshire (see advt. p. 431), *' 

AMES C. E. 4 Elm, Lynn 

Heald M. C. & Co. 6 and 12 Commercial, *' 

Moriarty M. & Co., Market, sq., cor Front, Salem 

WINN S. B. & SON, 191 Washington (see advt. p. 

425), 

Soles and Leather. 

{See also Boot and Shoe Stock.) 

Aver R. G. 43 Washington, 

Sanders Leather Co. 140 Washington, 

Bancroft Wm H. 61 Oxford, 

Batchelder Geo. E. 205 Union, 

Batchelder Geo. H. & Co. 204 Union, 

Brown & Oliver, 15 Central sq. 

Diclison W. S. 3 and 7 Central ave. and 26 Wash- 
ington, 

Faulkner Wm. A. & Co. 109 Market, 

George W. W. 41 Exchange, 

George & Brothers, 81 Willow, 

Hall & Bubier, 45 to 53 Central sq. 

Hillard R. E., Central ave., cor. Oxford, 

Hood, Johnson & Co. 1 to 7 Central ave. 

Houghton & Godfrej^ 21 Exchange, 

Ingalls William Jr. li^O Union, 

HILL ALFRED C. 24 Washington (see advt. p. 
440), 

Johnson H. F. & H. 221 Union, 

Johnson Peter, Exchange, cor. Spring, 

Lathrop & Bowen, 39 Willow, 

Libbey C. H. & Co. 213 Union, 

Libbey J. L. & Son, 159 Union, 

Wacey David, 196 Union, 



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Soles and Stiffenings. 

HILL ALFRED C. 24 Washington (see advt. p. 
440), Lynn 

Solicitors of Patents. 

(See also PateTU Solicitors.) 

HUTCHINSON BROS., Mower's block, Willow st. 

(see advt. back cover), Ljnn 

Spar Makers. 

{S(e aUo Mast and Spar Makers,) 

Andrew Timothy, Essex 

Andrew Moses L. (maats and spars), 5 Rogers, 

Gloucester 
Call Joseph C. 25 Vincent, *' 

HAY ALLAN, Nahant road, foot of Beach st. (see 

advt. p. 436), Lynn 

Beckett Daniel C, Blaney st. Salem 

Brown Joshua, Gardner st. ^^ 

Special Machinery Manufacturers. 

EMERSON GEORGE W. & CO. 67 Washington 

and 54 Central ave. (see advt. p. 483), Lynn 

Spectacles. 

Holbrook & Barker, 9 Spring, 

Newhall S. C. 44 Market, 

YeatoD George H. (also eye-glasses, etc.), 14 Market, '^ 

Kimball Philip H. 134 Washington, Marblebead 



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HALL THOMAS, Franklin, near Essex (see advt. 

p. 428), Lawrence 

Lawrence Flier and Spindle Works, Canal st. 
McCormick James & Co., Canal st. 

Splitting Machines. 

MARTIN WILLIAM F. 25 Dean (see advt. p. 423), 

Salem 

Spool and Bobbin Manufacturers. 

LEWIS LLOYD G. foot of Commercial st. (see 

advt. p. 473), Lynn 

Sporting Apparatus. 

Brewster T. G. 127^ Merrimack, Haverhill 

BROWN J. F. 102 Merrimack (see advt. p, 454), ** 



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HANSCOM BROS. 30 Main (see advt p. 453), Haverhill 
McFarland & Harding, 101 Munroe, Lynn 

WELCH ORRIN E. & CO. 120 Munroe (see advt. 

p. 438), " 

Richardson & Waters, 215 Essex, Salem 

Spring Manufacturers. 

McKeever William, West Yard, 
Wier Daniel P. 6 Margin, 



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(See Brewers.) 

Stables. 

Bird M. T. 15 Friend, 

Fowler A. C, Main st. 

Lawless P., Main st. 

Bean S. C. (liverj), 

Pray John, Main st. 

Eveleth J. S. (livery), Cabot, cor. Roundy, Beverly 

MAGUIRE & HERRICE, Cabot, oor. School (see 

advt. p. 461), 
MURPHY CORNELIUS (livery and hack), 50 

Pleasant (see advt. p. 464), 
Wyatt & Trow, 
Bixby Stephen A. Bozford 

Newhall Henry, *' 

Webster Wm. M. & Co. Bradford 

Pillsbury H. H., Maple st. Danvers 

Woodis A. B. (livery), Conant st. ** 

Marr A. Danvers Centre, ^* 

Adam Moses, Essex 

Hood E. A. Georgetown 

Plauer & Dresser (livery), Main st. *' 

Rogers C. " 

Clark John, Western ave. Gloucester 

Coakley Daniel, 15 Mansfield, 
Davis W. H. H. (livery, boarding, etc.)i) 31 Com- 
mercial, 20 Main, and Bass Rocks, 
Hilton D. M. 150 Main, 
Hilton W. F. (boarding), foot of Mansfield st. 
James George, Main, cor. Commercial, 
Page William (boarding and sale), 16 Mansfield, 
Rowe A. J. <& Son, Middle st. 
Webster N. 9 Pleasant, 

Colby S. H. Annlsqaam, 

Griffin O.E. *' 

Witham H., Chapel st. East Gloucester, 

Harvey Bros. Lanesviile, 






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Ballard F. H. (livery and board), 24 Locnst, Haverhill 
Boynton Wm. (hack, livery and feed), 8 Stage, 
C Lesley John (sale), rear b3 Water, 
Clark W. P , Oak at. 
Colby S., rear. 5 Oak, 

EA(;LE house stable (livery, sale and board- 
ing), Wm. Sawyer, prop, (see advt. p. 455), 
Goodridge Moses E. (livery and sale), 25 and 27 

Fleet, 
HASELTINE'S LIVERY STABLES (lively, sale 

and boarding), 20 Fleet (see advt. p. 455), 
Jewell 6. C. (Ii\ery and sale), rear Delavan House, 
Kaulbeck A., rear 181 Merrimack, 
Larrabee Geo. & Son (livery, sale and boarding), 

rear 169 Merrimack, 
OrneT. J. (livery and feed), 15 Emerson, 
Pethybridae Wm. H., Essex st. 
Richards W. B. & Son (hack and livery), 19 Main, 
Russ G. W. (sale and board), 8 Stage, 
Sawyer Wm. (livery, sale and boarding). Main st. 
Stevens W. I. (hack), rear 24 Main, 
Tasker W. B. (livery and boarding), rear Eagle 

House, 

Brown Wm- G. (livery), Ipswich 

Bean Arthur N. (livery and sale), Franklin House 

stable, Lawrence 

Brewster A. R. (livery), 80 Lawrence, 
Churchill A. (hack and livery), 567 Common, 
Maguire Daniel C. 31 Valley, 
Norton T. S. (livery), 871 Common, 
PEABODY FRANK L. (livery, sale and boarding), 

74 and 76 Methuen (see advt p. 13), 
Pinkham Dow (livery), 92 South Broadway, 
Porter J. W. & Co. (livery), Lawrence, cor. Essex, 
Spaldint; & Murray (livery), 139 Common, 
Stowell J. (livery), 303 Common, 
Trickey George B. (livery), 12 Jackson, 
Bray Wm. A. (livery, boarding and sale), 110 and 

112 Central avo. 
Breed Allen B., Warren st. 

Garso Henr}' (boarding, livery and sale), 26 Andrews, 
Goldthwaite James W., Union, rear Central depot, 
Hatfield II M. & Co. 38 Pearl, 
Mai hews W. H8 Washington, 
Miles & Carter, 30 Summer, 
Mower A. P]. 70 Union, 
Rhodes S. P. 5 South, West Lynn, 
Salmon W. L., Oxford, cor. Willow, 






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SCRIBNER B. H. (livery, sale and hack), 63 and 

65 Willow (see advt. p. 436), Lynn 

Smith L. Emery, 100 Central ave. ** 

Story Allen, 33 Andrews, " 

Bartlett Wallace, 8 Washington sq. " 

Usher L. B., Warren st. " 

Young A. 459 W^eslern ave, *' 

Yountj J. W. 13, 15 and 17 Mulberry, «* 

Roundy Bros. Lynnfield Centre, Lynnfleld 

Peabody Josiah K. W., Manchester House, Manchester 
Alley James E. Marblehead 

Porter J. D. »* 

Little C. E., rear hotel, Merrimac 

Corliss Varnum, Broadway, Methueu 

McLaughlin Michael, Pleasant st, ^' 

"Webster Samuel, Charles st. " 

Tyler M. E. Middleton 

Clark & Brown, Nahant 

Noves Alfred, Newbury 

BACHELLER JOHN M. (boarding and baiting), 

32 Inn (see advt. p. 458), Newburyport 

Greenough Joseph M. 5 Temple, 
Lucy George, 3 Hairis, 

Marden Newell, rear 146 Merrimac, '* 

Ordway C H 292 High, *' 

Petti ngill Amos, Water st. 
Sargent Henry P. 101 Merrimac, 
Stockman Charles C. 7 Brown's wharf, 
CHENEY A. P. (livery) (see advt. p. 12), 

North Andover Depot, North Andover 
Loring George B. *' 

Hewitt Starr C. 26 Main, Peabody 

LIN EH AN JOHN, 18 Foster (livery, hack and 

express) (see advt. p. 461), 
Mahoney Patrick, Harris st. 
Potter Chnrles H. (livery), 9 Caller, 
Simonds Charles (livery). Main st. 
TARR HARVEY, Main st., opp. Rockport Hotel 

(see advt. p. 470), Rockport 

Marchant William, near Post-Office, Pigeon Cove, " 
Woolford Austin R. " '* 

Boy n ton John, Rowley 

Bovnton S. A. '' 

ABBOTT & REYNOLDS (sale and boarding), 52 

Charier, Salem 

Dane & Walcott, rear 23 Front, " 

DAVIS W. W. (boarding and livery), Essex 

House, 175 Essex (see advt. p. 13), 
Dion Peter, 10 and 12 Sewell pi. 



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Stahlen^ continued, 
Jonea William, rear 18 Front, Salem 

Kelley Ctias. F. (sale and boarding), 140 Lafayette, •* 
Kezar Walter B. 7 Warren, 
Manner J, P. T. (baitinji), rear 19 Front, 
Merrill Walter <& Co. 317 Essex, 
Mudgett D. A. (boarding), 12 Lagrange, 
Mudgett & Co. 212^ Essex and 7 Hamilton, 
Perkins Daniel A. 76 Washington, 
Perkins £. A. 19 to 21 Lafayette, 
TUTTLE JOHN, 191 Federal, 
Wheeler & Perkins (hack and livery), 13 Sewall, 
Wood C. B. & Co. 23 Brown, 
Harmon Charles, 
Washbnrn John, 
Long W. A. 
Bailey W. P. 
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Haverhill and Amesbury, O. T. Batohelder, prop. 

Haverhill 

Haverhill and Chester, Henry C. Merrill, prop. " 

Haverhill and Newburj^port, E. C. Little, '' 

Newburyport and Haverhill, Newburyport 

Stair Builders. 

{See also CarpenlersJ) 

Doflne H. J. roar 206 Merrimack, 

Wentworth B. F. 19 Stage. " 

BRIGGS & ALLYN MANUF. CO. 600 Essex, 

Lawrence 

Cox G. C, Essex Yard, '* 

Gordon John S. 422 Western ave. Lynn 

MARSHALL J. O. & SON, rear 158 Broad (see 

advt. p. 486), " 

Priest, Brewer & Stone, 108 Oxford, " 

WINCHESTER &. HASKELL, 23 Beach (see 

advt. p. 435), *' 

Evans J. W. & Co., Brown's wharf, Newburyport 

BOU.nLEY GEORGE E. 62 North (see advt. 

front colored), Salem 

CON ANT HENRY, rear of Carpenter st. (see 

advt. p. 420) , 
Faxon E. J. 9 Front, 

LOCKE MILTON P. 65 North (see advt. p. 420), 
TODD A. W. & CO., Elm st. (see advt. p. 466), 

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Stair Rails, Newels, and Balusters. 

Quimby H. & Son, 43 Merrimack, Haverhill 

Stannard A. B., Essex Yard, 
White Edwin, Sargent's Mill, Railroad st 
MARSHALL J. O. & SON, rear 158 Broad (see 

advt. p. 435), Lynn 

WINCHESTER & HASKELL, 23 Beach (see 

advt. p. 435), " 

BOUSLEY GEORGE E. 62 North (see advt. front 

colored), Salem 

CONANT HENRY, rear of Carpenter at. (see 

advt. p. 420), 
Faxon E. J. 9 Front, 
LOCKE MILTON P. 65 North (see advt. p. 420), " 

Stamping and Embroidering. 

White M. L. 85 Market, Lynn 

BATES & BRIGHAM (stamping), 9 Front (see 

advt. opp. p. 2), 
Bovie M. A. Mrs. 138J Essex, 

Stationers. 

{See also BookseUera,) 

Grover C. E. jr. 277 Main, 

MORSE HERMAN F. 108 Merrimack, 

Sellers Bros. 571 Essex, 

Tilton H.S. 517 Essex, 

Prentiss W. S. 158 Union, 

SMITH & ROBINSON, 42 Market (see advt. p. 

445), 
Ives Henry P. 232 Essex, 
Merrill & Mackintire, 220 Essex, 
Moody L. B 181 Washington, 
Upham O. W. H. 267 Essex, 

Steamboats. 

Haverhill Steamboat Express Co. 
Merrimnck Valley steamboat Co. 
The People's Line of Steamers, 

Steam Engine Builders. 

{8ee also Machinists; also Boiler Makers.) 

Richardson Nathan, 104 Washington, Gloucester 

CURWEN CHARLES F., Liberty, cor. Derby (see 

advt. front colored), Salem 

GOOD ELL ZINA, 18 Lafayette (see advt. p. 424), •' 
PATTEN PAUL B. 16 Lafayette (see advt. p. 423), '* 



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Steam Engine Repairers. 

BOYLE JOHN & CO., Caller st. place (see advt. 

front colored), Peabody 

Steam Engine Supplies. 

LITTLE GEO. U., Foster st. (see advt. front 
colored), Peabody 

Steam, Gas, and Water Fittings Manufacturers. 

SMITH & SMART, 18 Lafayette (see advt. p. 
18), 

Steam, Gas, and Water Pipe and Fittings. 

(^See also Oas and Steam IHpe.) 

Perkins C. P. & Co., High st. Danvers 

Riclinrds n Nathan, 104 Wjishington, Gloucester 

STODDART A. P. 236 Main (see advt. p. 458), " 
Davis & Claridg«% 177 Merrim«ck, Haverhill 

DKAUNALEY JAMES, 8 Newbury (see advt. 

p • 430) Lawrence 

FORBKS WILLIAM & SONS, 450 Essex (^ee 

advt. p. 430), 
FOWLER WALTER B., lower end Canal st. 

(see advt. p. 42H), 
Brown G. H. 62 Mtinroe, 
Cushing F. J. 21 Exchange, 
DAME, TIIORNDIKK & CO. 82 Munroe (see 

advt. p. 17). 
DAVEY THOMAS & CO. 70 Munroe (see advt. 

p. 15), 
Heath Henry W 1 Aimont, 
Holbrook & Barker, 9 Spring, 
Hunt John, 15 State, 
Russell N. D. 36 Washington, 
THE L. A. MAY CO. 137 and 141 Union, (see 

advt. p. 11), 

Davis Frank E., Pearson's wlarf, Newbury port 

Sargent Charles R., Bartlett st. ^^ 

True John A. 17 Inn, •* 

BOYLE JOHN & CO., Caller st. place (see advt. 

front colored), Peabody 

Kelley E. G., Mill st. 
Lord Djiniel B. 19 Foster, 
Wilson Thomas E. 17 Foster, 
Cheever Joseph C, Boston, cor. Goodhue, Salem 

CURWEN CHARLES F., Liberty, cor. Derby 

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Lord Daniel B. 12 Sewall, 

Millea L. E. 154 Washington, 

Newcomb Geo. (piping), 18 Peabody, 

PATTEN PAUL B. 16 Lafayette (see advt. p. 

423), 
Phippen Cbas. H. 41 Boston, 
SMITH & SMART (manufrs.), 18 Lafayette (see 

advt. p. 18), 
Staten Cbas. A. 273 Essex, 
Stevens Samuel A. 141 Essex, 



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Steam Heating Apparatus. 

CRAM A. W. 151 Merrimack, Haverhill 

LeBosqiiet Brothers, 20 and 22 Main, ^' 

FORBES WM. & SONS, 450 Essex (see advt. p. 
430) , Lawrence 

Gushing F. J. 81 Exchange, Lynn 

Heath H. W. 1 Almont, 

LITTLE GEO. H., Foster st. (see advt. front col- 
ored). 

Lord Daniel B. 12 Sewall, 

Millea L. E. 154 Washington, 

Newcomb George, 18 Peabody, 

Staten Charles A. 273 Essex, 

Steam Lighters. 

Locke Francis, foot of Duncan st. 

Steam Pumps. 

{See aJso Pumps.) 
Holbrook & Barker, 9 Sprino;, Lynn 

RUSSELL ALBERT & SONS, 103 Merrimack 

(see advt. front colored), Newburyport 

LITTLE GEORGE H., Foster st. (see advt. front 

colored), Peabody 

CURWEN CHARLES F., Liberty, cor. Derby 

(see advt. front colored), Salem 

Steam and Gas Fitters. 

Sawyer N. F., rear 70 Washington, Haverhill 

LITTLE GEORGE H., Foster st. (see advt. front 

colored) , Peabody 

Steam Pressure Regulator Manufacturers. 

Locke Brothers, 17 St. Peter, Salem 



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Steel Letter Cutting. 

GAMMON GEO. A. 45 Munroe (see advt. p. 488) , 

Lynn 
Gordon Hiram W. 15 Willow, " 

STODDABT A. P. 236 Main (see advt. p. 453), 

Gloacester 

Stencil Letter Cutting. 

GAMMON GEO. A. 45 Munroe (see adn. p. 

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Gordon Hiram W. 15 Willow, 



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Stenographer. 

Tebbets Fred, 202J Essex, 

Stereotypers. 

{See Electroiypers.) 

Stevedore. 

Hilton D. M., Pearce st. 

Stock Fitters' Supplies. 

Howard E. D. (knives, tools, etc.), 100 Munroe, Lynn 

Stone Cutters and Dealers. 

{See cUao Marbe Workers; also Ghranite.) 

Weeks Calvin H. & Co. 51 Main, Haverhill 

Chandler George W., Morton « near Haverhill, Lawrence 
JONES W. J. 6 Farnham, opp. depot, South Side, 
Reardon Jeremiah, 44 Manchester, 
BLKTHEN A. R. & CO., Broad St., rear Engine 

house (see advt. p. 441), Lynn 

Lynn Marble and Granite Co., Kavauagh & Carle- 
ton, props., 882 Boston, 
Longley E., Sea st. 
Bennett John, Manchester 

Lindall John, ^^ 

Smith & Mahoney, Union st. Methuen 

Leavitt John H., Lynnfield st. Peabody 

Newhall Henry A. 
Scott Bros., Newhall Crossing, 
Butler James S. 12j- Lafayette and 40 Central, Salem 
Clark Nathan T. 54 Union, ** 

Merrill J. H. & Son, 15 Lafayette, " 

Stone Tools Manufacturers. 

Bryant A. & Son, 262 Lowell, Lawrence 

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THE L. A. MAT CO. 187 and 141 Union 


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Lynn 


Stove Blacking Manufacturer. 




Mansell 0. B. 116 Central, 


Lynn 


Stove Dampers. 




THE L. A. MAT CO. 187 and 141 Union 


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Stove Manufacturers. 




Noble Stove Co., R. L. Murkland, treas. 94 Pleas- 


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Stove Dealers and Tinsmiths. 




(See also Furnaces and Ranges.) 




Barnett William, Essex st« 


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Pike E., Park st. 


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Hinkley W. W. & Co. 87 Cabot, 


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Danvers 


Perkins C. P. & Co., High st. 


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Morse C. M., Main st. Georgetown 


Davis & Co. 278 Main, 


Gloucester 


Harvey A. F. 69 Washington, 




Loring F. M. 141 Main, 




Mayo I. C. 92 and 94 Main, 




McEinnon N. J. 3 Main, 




Sanborn George, 123 Main, 




Smith L. E. 221 Main, 




Renton Thomas, East Main st East Gloucester, ^^ | 


Canney W. S. 


Groveland 


Appleton J. A. 7 Water, 


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Smith Geo. E. & Co. 10 Winter, 


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Tucker F. E. 132 and 134 Merrimack, 


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Dunnells John M., Mari^et st. 


Ipswich 


Newman M., South Main st. 


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Plouff E. & Son, Central st. 


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Bertram Joseph H. 116 Broadway, 


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Bingham J. F. &, Co. 66 South Broadway, 


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Fox C. J. 1,^2 MerrinuHc. 
llolker William & Co. 6 and 7 M.^.t .- 

, Sumner John, 88 .St j»te, 

■ ?'"".« Albert F. 10 and 12 Merrimac, 

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Dentiis Edwin W. 7 Walnut, 

Dodsre Charles W. lOJ Lafayette, 

Eaton J. D. & J. W. 38 and 40 North and 116 

Washington, 
Fifield & Piige, 27 and 29 Front,* 
Fuller William P. 15 St. Peter, 
Osbofne Charles P. 25 Washington sq. 
Ropes John T., estate of, 17 and 19 Front, ' 
Stevens Henry H. (stove dealer), 78 North, 
WADLEIGH & MORSE, 81 North, 
WASHINGTON JOHN S. 17 Lafayette (see advt. 

p.419), 
Wing Charles & Co. 
Bartlett W. D. & Son, Market sq. 
Cummings James, Elm st« 
Littlefield'l. F. 
No3es Eugene, 24 Market, 
Morrill Geo. C. 39 Market, 
Philbrick & Pope, 
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Bingham J. F. 389 Essex, Lawrence 

Stove Linings. 

THE L. A. MAY CO. 137 and 141 Union (see 
advt. p. 11), Lynn 

Strawberry Plants. 

WOODMAN E. & C, Holten st. (see advt. p. 2), 

Tapleyville, DanTera 

Stucco Workers. 

{See also Masons,) 

Burke M. 20 Essex, 
Wittredge J. L. 17 Beach, 
Parsons J. H. 35 Brown, 

Stuffing Hair. 

GRIFFIN TIMOTHY J. 28 Beaver (see advt. 
p. 418), Salem 

Surveyors. 

{See also CivU Engineers.) 

Nichols Andrew, Danvers 

Littlefield C. H. 296 Essex, Lawrence 

GAY CHARLES W. 185 Union (see advt. p. 

440) , Lynn 



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SurvfyorSj continued, 
Hammond C. H. 68 Franklin, 
Harris I. K. 185 Union, 
Purinton Jacob, 489 Western ave. 
Rogers 8. R. 124 Munroe, 
Nichols Andrew, Peabody 

PUTNAM CHARLES A. 251 Essex (see advt. 

p. 424), Salem 



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ROWELL EDWARD, 194 Hnd 196 Derby (see 
advt. p. 426), Salem 

Swiss Goods. 



SHAW X. H. & SON, 288 Essex (see advt. 


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Table Cutlery. 




THE L. A. MAY CO. 137 and 141 Union 


(see 


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Tacl(, Brad, and Slioe Naii Manufacturers. 


Clark & Dow, Granite st. 


Haverhill 


Lord W. Mark Mrs. 14 Pleasant, 
Dnnbar, Hobart & W hidden, 2 Mt. Vernon, 


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Farrar F. P. 


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Tailors. 




{See also Clothing.) 




Rackley A. J. 40 Main, 


Amesbury 


Stern Henry, 83 Main, 


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Bradlev Joseph M. 16 Main, 


AndoTer 


Dean John H., Main st. 


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LordF. E. 140 Cabot, 


Beverly 


Wilson E , Cabot St. 


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Dobson Thomas, Maple st. 


Danvers 


Lord M. C. 9 Maple, 


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Barnham Edward, 


Essex 


Pandall Jane, 


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Cole P. 


Georgetown 


Osgood Stephen, Masonic building, Main st. 


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Perkins H. L., LtUle's block, 


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Plumer Samuel, 


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Correa J. 272 Main, 


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Coughlin Michael E. 97 Main, 


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Elwell Andrew Jr 173 Main, 

Gardner Charles, 106 Main, 

Jacobs J. & Co. 103 Main, 

Jacobs N. 147 and 151 Main, 

Tappan J. S. & Son, 110 Main, 

Upham J. W. 163 Main, 

Douglass H. F. 203 East Main, 

Boynton F. W. 11 Merrimack, 

Curran T. 93 Mem mack, 

Drinkwater J. C. 120 Merrimack, 

Evans C. R. 13 Main, 

Gaquin Tbomas, 47 Merrimack, 

Harrington Joseph, 73 Essex, 

Martin Charles W. 60 Merrimack, 

MORIARTY JAMF:S, 52 Essex, 

Kigney John, 174 Merrimack, 

Treat George, 11 Water, 

Way Alonzo, 76 Merrimack, 

Archibald Charles, Market st. 

Jordan R. & Son, Market st. 

Bergeron Joseph, 427 Essex, 

Carroll F. 589 Common, 

Delaney Joseph P. 77 Broadway, 

Dennison, Barker Sd Blcknell, 465 Essex, 

Dobson Thomas, 134 Broadway, 

Flood Joseph, 160 Essex, 

Isleib Henry & Co. 97 Jackson, 

Lalatte J. 137 Hampshire, 

Leonard James F. & Co. 230 Essex, 

Malley Owen F. 218 Essex, 

Morse H. Denning, 182 Essex, 

Schaake F. W., Post-office block, 

Schenck Otto, 801 Park, 

SEED BROTHERS, 47 Broadway, 

Simpson T. H. 308 Broadway, 

Thompson John, 515 Broadway, 

Winslow E. N. 505 Essex, 

Baskey Reuben, 42 Munroe, 

Breer Lewis B. 183 Union, 

Hutler E. F. 41 Washington, 

Chandler F. E. 157 Union, 

Chapman J. F. 163 Broad, 

Chase James & Co. 144 Union, 

COHEN JACOB & CO. 85 Munroe (see adyt. p 

440), 
Doyle W. T. 181 Union, 
Foran John, 39 Buffum, 
Goldberg Henry, 66 Market^ 
Grady John, 136 Market, 



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TaUftrs^ conttnued. 
GRADY JOHN B. 14^ Central ave. (see advt. p. 

440), 
Hamilton David, 6 and 8 Tremont, 
Lomasney Edmund, 169 Union, 
Millan G. H. 139 Market, 
NetU James £. 9 Central sq. 
Patridge W. S. 6 Fuller's block. Central sq. 
Ratif^an James, 98 Market, 
Spencer William, 96 Union, 
Stanley Fred. D. 128 Central ave. 
Swasey W. W. 157 Union, 
Thing Clarence B. ISO Market, 
Thompson db Murphy, 13 Willow^ 
Travers James, 1 15 Munroe, 
Wearne & Connell, Munroe, cor. Central ave. 
Wilson C. W. 52 Market, 
Wingard David, 6 Silsbee, 
Woods M. S. Mrs. 98 Liberty, 
Marr John, 
Rafferty Michael, 
Steele £. J. 
Doe & Kelsey, 

Hart James S. 113 Merrimao, 
Nelson John B. 18 Water, 
Nelson William T. 8 Stote, 
Peirce Enoch, 8 State, 
Plummer Charles E. 18 Pleasant, 
Wells A. H. 2 Water, 
Distin Wm., Warren Bank Building, 
Hawley James, Main st. 
Tarr J. Truman, 16 Main, 
ALMY, BIGELOW A WEBBER, 188 Essex, 
Anderson John W. 182 Essex, 
Coibett & Creed, 200^ Essex, 
Cowley Patrick, 9 St. Peter, 
Dunn Thomas, 187 Wushington, 
Fisher William F. 218 Essex, 
Hcjdgdon R H. 15() Essex, 
Makenzie & Swan, 289 Essex, 
McCauley John, 14^ Central, 
McKean T. W. 199 Essex, 
O'Callaghan P. 274 Essex, 
Perkins B. M. & Co. 184 Essex, 
Purbeck William A. 258 Washington, 
Rice John, 35 North, 
Ryan J. J. 208^ Essex, 
Sibley Moses H. 21 Central, 
Tebbetts B. F. & Son, 202 j Essex, 



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Thompson J. W. 242| and 246^ Essex, Salem 

Condon James, Elm st. Amesbary, Salisbury 

Tavlor Matthew, Market sq. " " 

Gould J. P. Topsfield 

Tallow. 

BDBBECK JOSEPH N. (manuf.), Grove st. (see 

advt. p. 460), Peabody 

BOARDMAN OFFIN Jr. (see advt. p. 467), 

Amesbury, Salisbury 



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Tanks, Vats, and Cisterns. 

HILL & WRIGHT, 24 Cedar (see advt. front 
colored). 

Tanners and Curriers. 

{See alao Curriers,) 

Mackenzie, Drugan & Stewart, Danversport, Danvers 

Flummer Geo. & Co. 44 High, Boston, 

HubbHrd & Blake, 

Hilliard Henry P. 

Kempper Chnrles, 5 Berkeley, 

Clark C. G & Co 156 Broad, 

SPITZER JOSEPH, 39 Harbor, 

Knight John, 

Brown Rutus H., Walnut, cor. Caller, 

Callahan J. O., Foster st. 

Cook Merritt, Foster st. 

DEAN & BLAKE, Crowninshleld st (see ad\i;. 

advt. p. 461), 
Frost John, rear 138 Main, 
Hardy Isaac, Hardy and Walnut sts. 
Harrington Augustus, Walnut st 
Harrington C. & Co., Walnut st. 
Harris Joseph, Foster st. 
Jacobs B. & A. N., Foster st. 
L'.oj-d J. M. (glove). Spring st. 
Lord J. A. jr., Hardy, cor. Wallis, 
Messer A. A., Wallis st. • 

Nelson Phillip T., rear of Lowell st. 
Nelson & Merrill, Foster st. 
Osborn F. jr. & Co., Foster st. 
Osborn G. M. & Co., Crowinshield st. 
O'Shea John & Brothers, Grove st. 
Peirce George, Foster st. 
Perkins N., Walnut st. 
Pierce William, estate of Foster st. 
Pinder & Winchester, 152 Main, 
Poor Albert, Hardy st. 



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Poor J. H., Foster at. 

Poor L. & G. H., Wallis at. 

Proctor Thomas E , Webster st. 

RICHARDSON, DOYLE A CO., Walnut at. 

Smith Richard, Foater at 

Southwick L. B. & Co. 

South wick S A., Grove at. 

Symonda Samuel, Walnut at. 

Torr Henry C, Foater at 

WiJey db Poor, 89 Foster, 

Wilson W. & H. P., Crowninshield at. 

Wincheater P. L. (tunner), Grove at. 

Auatin Joseph L. (currier), 

Barry Wm. E. 8 Buffnm, 

Conwa}' John H., rear 69 Mason, 

Crocker & Brown, rear Mnson au 

Culliton John, rear 91 Mason, 

Dalton Joseph A .^S Mason, 

Dugan Jamea, ^0 Grove, 

Egan Patrick D., rear 91 Maaon, 

Evana A. A. 'a S<'na (curriers), rear 9 Maaon, 

Frj^e Stephen N. (tanner), 18 Goodhue, 

Gibney John, Beach at 

Hamlin J. P. (tanner), 14 Goodhue, 

Harrington Charlea & Co. 23 Boston, 

Harrington L. B. (currier), 428 Essex, 

Haskell Daniel C. & Co. 69 Mason, 

Kenney William (tanner), rear 422 Eaaex, 

Lambert Porter, rear of Maaon at. 

liooney John. Pope'a court, rear 57 Boston, 

Looney Michael (currier), 65 Maaon, 

Lord J. A. (tanner), rear 44 Boaton, 

Mack Edward C. (currier), 27 Betich, 

Maloon Edward A. (tanner), rear 12 Goodhue, 

McGrath John (tanner), Beach at. 

Muhlig Robert, foot of Buffhm at. 

Nichols William F., estate of, Nichols at. 

O'Callahan Timotljy (currier), 27 Beach, 

O'Shea Michael (currier) , Bnfifuro at. 

Gagood N. W. (tanner), rear 14 Goodhue, 

Parahley Sl Stone, 14 Franklin, 

Perkina John H. (currier), 59 Boaton, 

Perkins Joaeph S. (currier), 59 Boaton, 

Poor Arthur (tanner), Franklin at. 

Putnam George F. 65 Boaton, 

Reynolds Francia (currier), 45 Irving, 

Riley Jamea & Son, 8 Goodhue, 

Robinaon Matthew (curritr), 12 Goodhue, 



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TANNERS AND OURBtERS. — TEA, COFFEE, ETC. 343 



Tread well Nathaniel R. 9 to 18 Franklia, Salem 

Tattle F. R. & Co., rear 23 Boston, 

Varney Daniel S., rear 44 Bostob, 

Varney George W. (currier), rear 44 Boston, 

Varney Henry (tanner), rear 44 Boston, 

Walden Joseph F. (currier), 46 Boston, 

Weston Charles & iSons (tanners), rear 11 Boston, 

Wilkins Albert (tanner), 46 Boston, 

Williams U. R. (currier), rear 44 Boston. 

Tan Press Manufacturer. 

CURWEN CHARLES F., Liberty, cor. Derby 
(see advt. front colored) , 

Taps, Heelings, Etc. 

DRISCOLL DANIEL, rear 16^ Eayfayette (see 



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Taxidermists. 

Killam Amos F. 83 Maple, 
Dugan Andrew E. 205 Union, 
Tufls A. Merrill, 88 Oxford, 
Vickary Nathaniel, 206 Chestnut, 

Tea, Coffee, and Spices. 

{See also Grocers.) 

PERLEY A. P. & CO. 2 Maple (see advt. p. 464), Danvers 

Centennial American Tea Co. 98 Main, 

Spencer W. W. 228 Main, 

Atlantic Tea Co. 27 Merrimack, 

Centennial American Tea Co. 8 Merrimack, 

Goodhue Frank T., South Main st. 

Buell H. A. & Co. 79 Common, 

Central Pacific Tea Co. 415 Essex, 

SIMPSON JAMES R. & CO. 343 Essex (see advt. 
p. 433), 

Union Pacific Tea Co. 495 Essex, 

Centennial American Tea Co., T. Johnson, mana- 
ger, 55 Market, Lynn 

Fall George O. (wholesale), 14 Central ave. 

N. Y. and China Tea Co. 26 Market, 

Great Eastern Tea Co. 6 State, Newburyport 

Ross A. F. & Co. 39 and 41 Water, '' 

Richardson N. Jr. 6 Main, Rockport 

Centennial American Tea Co., R. H. Hatton, man- 
ager, 169 Essex, Salem 

Livingston Harry, 203 Essex, " 

Union Pacific Tea Co., Alexander Langton, mana- 
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Teachers. 



Amesbuiy 



AdaHis L. M. Mrs. (music), Main st. 
Hodgkins A. J. (music), 
Preston E. (music), 140 Cabot, 
Barnaid John W. (musio), 8 Maple, 
Darling L. A. (music), PeaiK>dy ave. 
Mason Jolm B. (muhic), 
AUea William H. (music), 7 School, 
Howe Abbie B. (music), 13 Spring, 
Lane A. W. (music), 99 Main, ^ 
Loring C. M. 2 Mason, 
Abbott S. S. (writing), 8 Water, 
Dow S. A. (music), 5 Water. 
PealHKiy W. F. (violins), 16 Water, 
Perkins T. D. (musir), 60 M* riimack, 
Sumner F. W. (violin), 47 Merrimack, 
Williams Annie P. Miss (music), 53 Memmack, 
Williams Harry F. (music). 53 Merrimack, 
Williams Rufus (music), 53 Menimack, 
CANNON G. C, Essex, cor. Broadway, 
Findiey C. A. Miss (elocution), 586 Kssez, 
Homan C. N. Mrs. (music), 206 Essex, 
Killen M. P. Mrs. (music), 15 Pine, 
Manier C. J. (music), 55 Tremont, 
Marier E. B. (music), 527 Essex, 
Fapplewell Sadia A. (music), 300 Broadway, 
Scott A. T. (music), 296 Essex, 
Baldwin M. I. Miss (piano). 6 (Jurve, 
B<iynton S. A. (music), 41 Market, 
Blown M. W. Mi-s (music), 17 Market, 
Cofl9n Mary F. (oil and water colors), 11 Market, 
Crain A. M. 59 Market, 
Dugan Andrew E. (banjo), 205 Union, 
Ready T. J. (dancing), over Post-office, 101 Market, 
Turner C. H. (music), 40 Market, 
Tyler C. M. (piano), 19 Cottage, 
Badger Lizzie E. (music), 
McLeod Norman (music), 
Munerth R. (music), 
Linehan Katie F. (music), Foster st. 
Messcr Myra B. (music), 19 Elm, 
Brooks Helen, 

Bruce E. P. 125 Washington, 
Clark Charles, 

Howes M. H. C. Mrs. (piano), rear 16 Ropes, 
Lefavour Clarence H. (music), 202 J Essex, room 15, " 
LEFAVOl]R W. J. (music), 175 Essex (see advt 
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MacphersoD M. (mnsio), 242 Essex, 

Phippen J. jr. (music), 287 Essex, 

Reinewald Ralph L. (music) , 287 Essex, 

UptonHenrj O. (dancing), 248 J Essex, 

Washington J. Wm. (writing), 16 Porter, 

Young Jacob (music), 201 Essex, 

Brooks A. Miss (music) , 4 Spring, Amesbury , Salisbury 

Brown W. L. (music), 5 Main, ** ** 

Lake Lizzie P. Miss, (piano), Topsfield 

Telegraph Offices. 

Mutual Union Telegraph Co., L. B. Favor, manager, 

178 Main, Gloucester 

Western Union Telegraph Co., H. W. Tarr, mana- 
ger, 167 Main, *• 

Western Union Telegraph Co , Ella Clark, manager, 

198 Merrimack, Haverhill 

Western Union Telegraph Co., F. D. Gray, mana- 
ger, 44 Appleton, Lawrence 

Western Union Telegraph Co., M. J. Nutter, man- 
ager, 8 Fuller's block. Central sq. Lynn 

New England Telephone and Telegraph Co. ^* 

The Commercial Cable Co., Robert Heme, sapt. 

Norwood's ave. Rockport 

Western Union Telegraph Co., G. T. Margeson, 
manager, 

Telephone Lines. 

New England Telephone and Telegraph Co., 

Maple St. Danvers 

N. E. Telephone and Telegraph Co., Geo. O. Stacy, 

manager, 195 Main, Gloucester 

N. E. Telephone and Telegraph Co., G. A. Whit- 

tington, supt. Haverhill 

N. E. Telephone and Telegraph Co., Post-office 

block,- Lawrence 

N. E. Telephone and Telegraph Co., Henry A. 

Hubon, manager, 18 Central sq. Lynn 

N. E Telephone and Telegraph Co., F. E. Collins, 

manager, Bartlett st. Newburyport 

N. E. Telephone and Telegraph Co. 14 Main, Peabody 
N. E. Telephone and Telegraph Co., S. F. Smith, 

supt. 106 Washington, Salem 

N. E. Telephone and Telegraph Co. A. H. Orr, 

supt., Market sq. Amesbury, Salisbury 

Tents and Awnings. 

PHILTNTE LEON G., Foster's wharf (see advt. 

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Tents and Avmings^ continued. 
Rowe E. Lm foot of Water, 
Weston J. 6. 96 Amesbary, 
Day CharIesK52 Munroe, 
White S. & Co. 267 Western ave. 

Theatres. 

Lawrence Opera House, Merrill & Sweeney, lessees, 
Essex St. Lawrence 

Lynn Coliseum, C. B. Whitney, manager, 18 Sum- 
mer, Lvnn 

Music Hall, J. F. Bock, '' 

Thermometer Manufacturers. 

Standard Thermometer Co. (metallic), Foster st. 

Peabody 

Thread Dealers. 

BEALE BROTHERS, 67 Oxford, Lynn 

Ticket Agents. 

Weston W. L. & W. H. (European), Maple, cor. 

Elm, Dan vers 

Fay Andrew £. (foreign), 25 Harrison, Haverhill 

Hooke Daniel, 119 Merrimack, '^ 

Murphy James (steamship and railroad) , 263 Essex, 

Lawrence 
LINEHAN JOHN, 18 Foster (seeadvt. p. 461), Peabody 
O'CONNELL TIMOTHY (foreign), 299 Esbcx 

(see advt. p. 2), Salem 

Tinsmiths and Sheet Iron Workers. 

{See aUo Stove DevUers,) 

Saunders Bros., Main st 

Davis E. K. 

Hinckley W. W. & Co. 87 Cabot, 

Lunt B. S., Cabot st. 

Pickering P. R., Central st. 

Carrier J. J. 816 Main, 

Dunnels John M., Market st. 

Barr J. E. 96 Amesbury, 

Bishop Nathan A. 24 Manchester, 

DEARNALEY JAMES, 8 Newbury (see advt. p. 

430), 
FORBES WILLIAM & SONS, 450 Essex (see 

advt. p. 430), 
Smart G. B. <& Co. 61 Essex, 
THOMPSON & COOMBS, 123 Essex (see advt. 

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Wnrzbacker John & Co. 21 Jackson, Lawrence 

Brown H., agent, 96 Union, Ljnn 

DAME, THORNDIKE & CO. 82 Monroe (see 

advt p. 17), " 

Uannaford & Perkins^ 439 Western ave. '^ 

Hunt John, 15 State, «< 

Russell John R. 89 Central ave. << 

Pool H. F. 5 Market, " 

TPE L. A. MAY CO. 187 and 141 Union (see 

advt. p. 11), " 

Homer E. B., Broadway, Methuen 

Greeley Geo. E. 61 Prospect, Newbnryport 

Wright Geo. H. 119 Water, ** 

Eaton J. D. 6d J. W. 88 and 40 North, Salem 

Preston J. 9^ Central, 
WADLEIGH & MORSE, 81 North, 
WASHINGTON JOHN S. 17 Lafayette (see advt. 

p. 419), 

Tin Ware Manufacturerj. 

THE L. A. MAY CO. 137 and 141 Union (see 

advt. p. 11), Lynn 

Eaton J. D. & J. W. 38 and 40 North, Salem 

Tobacconists. 

{See Cigars.) 

Toilet Articles. 

NICHOLS THOMAS B., 189 Essex, cor. Central 

(see advt. over Calendar), Salem 

PRICE C. H. & J. 226 Essex (see advt. front colored), " 

Tomato Plants. 

WOODMAN E. & C, Holten st. (see advt. p. 2) , 

Tapleyville, Danvcrs 

Top Roll Coverers. 

BARLOW JOHN W. (worsted), Spicket Mill, 83 
Holly (see advt. p. 428), Lawrence 

BURNHAM WILLIAM H. 809 Methuen (see 
advt. p. 2), 

McLanathan F. W. 269 Methuen, 

Towing. 

Merrimac River Towing Co., Wm. E. McQuillen, 
general manager, H. M. Cross, prcs., office, 10 
Water, Newbtiryport 

The People's Line, E. P. Shaw, pres.. Commercial 
wharf, 



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B88BX OOUNTT DIHECTORT. 



Salem 



Toy Stores. 

(See also Variety Stores,) 

Estes Georfj^e W. jr. 129 Essex, 
Howes M. E. 158 Essex* 
Sibley Ann M. Miss, 9 Winter, 

Transportation Agents and Companies. 

Boston and Gloucester Steamboat Co., foot of Duo- 
<*an, Gloucester 

People's Line, E. P. Shaw, pres,, Commercial 
^fa^rf, Newboryport 

Tree Protectors. 

Hubbard Alonzo J. 36 Tremont, Peabody 

Tripe Manufacturer. 

Brown E. M., rear Walnut st. 



Peabody 



Truckmen and Teamsters. 



(6>€ also Expresses.) 
Tuttle B. B., Essex st. 
Hoggerzeil PetiT, 

Bunnell Thos. W., Parsons, cor. Rogers, 
Collins George, 139 Main, 
Ducklow A & Son, 6 Allen, 
Hilton David M. 10 Pearce, 
Lufkin Jamof) E. 417 Main, 
BellJolm, 65 Oxford, 
Bickford Henry M. 594 Essex, 
Burgess David, 95 Broadway, 
CONNOR G. H. 801 Water (see advt. p. 
Donahue Patrick, 89 West Parish road, 
Foster H W., Essex si. 
GileC. H. 820 Lowell, 
Lacaillade Joseph, 4'J9 Common, 
Morrill A. H. 25 Haverhill, 
Morse H. D. 182 Essex, 
O'Reardon M. O. 10 Chestnut, 
O'Rourke Phillips, 95 Hampshire, 
Palmer G. C. 387 Lowell, 
Proctor A. Ill Methuen, 
Reagan Timothy, 1 26 Lowell, 
Wright A. F. 96 Tremont, 
Wright E. W. 381 Essex, 
WYMAN M. D. 193 Essex, 
Blodjzett W. H. 
Adams Edward, 



Andover 

Beverly 

Gloucester 



Lawrence 



432), 



Merrimac 
North Andover 



TRUCKMEN AND TEAMSTERS. TURNING, ETC. 349 



Wilcox Charles, 
Norwood R. 

Conacher Jacob N. 11 Front, 
Dodge Charles T. 6 Charter, 
Pearson W. P. 8 Front, 
Pickering J. 84 Front, 
Pitts Darling, 8 Lafayette, 
Rolph J., Front st. 



North Andover 

Rockport 

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Trunks, Valises, Etc. 

{See also Harness Makers, ) 

Emerson Warren, 49 Merrimack, 

Floyd & Peabody, 84 and 86 Merrimack, 

Hilton 8. E. (repairer), 4 Bridge, 

Roche T. J. 10 Main, 

Sleeper D. A. 13 Merrimack, 

Three Taylors, 73 and 75 Merrimack, 

Tilton A. M. 42 and 44 Merrimack, 

Hawes B. F. 285 £ssez, 

Lawrence One Price Clothing Co. 429 and 431 Essex, ^* 

Morgan F. M. & Co. 188 Broadway, 

Nash I. O. 114 Broadway, 

Powers M. A. & Co. 217 Essex, 

Sharon & Poisson, 897 Essex, 

Spalding William R. 1 63 Essex, 

Warren A. R. db Son, 187 Essex, 

Butman M. & C. 155 Union, 

Dam & Wainer, 125 Union, 

Duncan John A. 184 Market, 

Mansfield P. B. & Co. 89 Munroe, 

Ranger J. M. 123 Union, 

Ward Henry A. 19 Market, 

Quinn Thomas, 156 Essex, 

Spencer Chailes P. 296 Essex, 



Haverhill 

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Trusses, Supporters, and Elastic Bandages. 

Bailey Thomas H. (trusses and supporters), 28 

M orrimack, Haverhill 

PRICE C. H. & J. 226 Essex (see advt. front col- 
ored), Salem 

Turners, 

(See Wood Turners.) 

Turning and Sawing. 

MANNING E. C, Mechanic court (see advt. p. 
454), Haverhill 



350 



ESSEX COUNTT DIRECTORir. 



Tweeds, Clearer and Roller Cloths. 

BURNHAM WILLIAM H. 809 Metbuen (see 

advt. p. 2), Lawrence 

Twine and Line Manufacturers. 

Smith & Dove Manuf. Co. Andover 

Mear^ Henry W. (cotton), Essex 

BURNHAM L. A. & CO. 179 Main (see advt. p. 

451), Gloacester 

Union Hammock Co. (cotton)', Duncan, cor. Locust, ^* 
Union Hammock Co. (cotton), office at Gloucester, 

Manchester 
Jackman M. B. & Co. 41 Marlboro', Newbur^^port 

Chisholm Joseph, 264 Washington, 8alem 

Piiilbrick & Perkins, 86 and 88 Central, 



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Salem 



Umbrella Manufacturers. 

Briggs G. H. (carriage) , Post-office block, 
Servey William T. Mrs. 202^ Essex, 

Umbrella Repairers. 

Lang R. W. 4 Bridge, Haverhill 

HALL HOWARD, 81 Union (see advt. p. 441), Lynn 
Marshman Gideon, 14 Munroe, '* 

STEVENS GEORGE S. 29 Ireson (see advt. p. 

444), " 

WaUfrs Francis, 94 Merrimao, Newburyport 

Ford Charles M. 22 Central, Salem 



Undertakers. 

{See also Coffin Warerooms, 

Parker Charles S., Park st. 
Foss L. C, Washington st. 
Harris John, Washington st. 
Heron N. S. 10 Dane, 
Lee & Cressey, 206 Cabot, 
Ayers F. S. 
Barnes B. S. 

Anderson Charles R. West 

Waitt George A. 48 Ash, 
Gage Caleb S. 
Brockelbank David, 
Noyes H. P., Central st. 
Ellerv Benjamin, 

LLOYD JOHN, 2 Western ave. (see 
448), 



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Andover 
Beverly 



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Boxford 

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Boxford, " 
Danvers 
Essex 
Georgetown 

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Gloucester 
advt. p. 

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UNDBKTAKER8. 



351 



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Lynn 

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MASTERS CHARLES, 17 Washington (see advt. 

p. 448), Gloucester 

Proctor Charles, 127 Main, '^ 

Jones John, Bay View, " 

Cammett C. H. Groveland 

Tibbetts Edward C. Hamilton 

Cummings J. H. 39 Main, Haverhill 

Senter N. F. 18 and 20 Water, 
Weaver C. T. 34 Main, 
CLARKE PHILIP E., Summer st. (see advt. p. 

469), Ipswich 

Breen John, 869 Oak, Lawrence 

COLBY W. W. 276 Common, 
Mahoney John D. 354 Oak, 
Mahoney Maurice J., Bradford, cor. Hampshire, 
Waterhouse & Persons, 47 Amesbury, 
Alley Francis M. 70 Union, 
Brady John, 2 South Common and 31 Beach, 
Chandh r Wm , South Common, 
Crossman John H. 9 Buffum, 
Darcy J. W. 30 Market sq. 
Short Phillip, Lincoln st. 
White Daniel F. 90 Blossom, 
Babcock Elkanan, 
Stacey William, 
Sweet H. W. C. 
Heath John B. 
Douglass J. T., Osgood st. 
Johnson Edmund B. 
Cudack Peter, 13 Merrimac, 
Safford S. H. & Co. 13 Mi<ldle, 
Weitzel H. R. (furnishing), 20 Market sq. 
Fallon James & Son, 14 Foster, 
Linehan John, Foster st. 
Osbom W. S., Central St., near Scales, 
Choate Caleb S., Mt. Pleasant st. 
Potter E. H. 
Rundlett O. A. 

ALLEN J. H. 36 St. Peter (see advt. p. 16), 
Buffum Charles S. 59 Washington, 
Gannon C. R 3 Sewell place, 
Raymond Frank W. 18 Washington sq. 
Spring & Carney, 238 Bridge, 
Blake Benj. S. Mrs. 15 Market sq. Amesbury, Salisbury 
Pendergast Patrick, Market sq. " " 

Crossman John H. Swampscott 

Gallup W. P. Topsfield 

Pool Wellington, Wenham 

Baile}' WillianuP. West Newbury 



Manchester 
Marblehead 



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Merrimac 

Methuen 

Nabant 

Newbur^port 



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Peabody 

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Rowley 



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Upholsterers and Upholstery Goods. 



{See also Furniture Dealer $.) 



ADdover 

Beverly 

Dan vers 

Georgetown 

Gloacester 



Haverhill 



Howell T., Park 8t. 

Harris John, Bow st. 

Porter J. F., Porter's block, Maple st. 

Noyea H P., Central st. 

Bradstreet F. E. 97 Main, 

Tucy C. A. 5 Short, 

Atkinson Charles, 202 Merrimack, 

Calef 6. K. <& Co. 190 Merrimack, 

EATON H. F. 93 Merrimack, 

Grieves Richard A. f» Water, 

Le Bosqoet J. H. & Co. 72 Merrimack, 

Smith Geo. E. & Co., Main, cor. Court, 

The New England Cushion Co., rear 150 Merrimack, '* 

Tucker Frank E. 132 and 134 Merrimack, '^ 

Vaughn & Saunders, 30 Merrimack, ^* 

Bond & Sanderson, Ipswich 

CLARKE PHILIP E., Summer st. (see advt. p. 

469), 

Barnard H. F. 351 Essex, Lawrence 

Dugan Charles, 269 Methuen, 
Atwell Jesse L. 69 Munroe, 
Beckford Amos, 12 City Hall sq. 
Clifford & Webber, 74 Market, 
Dunbar B. F. 141 Market, 
HALL HOWARD, 31 Union (see advt. p. 441), 
HildrethH.R. 75 Broad, 
Robertson A. S. 8 Federal, 

STEVENS GEO. S. 29 Ireson (see advt. p. 444), 
Welch & Cummings, 148 to 152 Union, 
Pierce E. F. 
White & Co. 

Cook Frank R. 25 Liberty, 
Felch Geo. W. 4 Mechanics' court, 
Lord Brothers, 17 Market sq. 
Lawrence H. F., Chestnut st. 
ALMY, BIGELOW & WEBBER (upholsterers* 

goods), 188 Essex, Salem 

Ayers John W. rear 8 Lafayette, 
LOU GEE J. L. 259 and 261 Essex (see adyt. p. 

424), 
Morrill & Bo wen, 245 Essex, 
Packard W. C. & Co. 281 Essex, 
Sheppard Samuel, 84 Federal, 
Sias J. B. 5^ Boston, 
Tierney E. A. 205 Essex, 



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YARIETT STORES. 


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853 


Variety Stores. 






(See cUao Fancy Chodi,) 




Abbott Josiah, Main at. 


Andover | 


Rimmons J. T., Main st. 




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Matthews Thomas, 


Ballardvale, 


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Carroll John B. 43 Maple, 


Danvers | 


Berry W. H., Water st. 


Danversport, 


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Metcalf Greo. L. 


Georgetown 


Jeffrey Geo. L. 311 Main, 


Gloucester 


Reimby John, 81 Washingtoil, 




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Davis John D. 


Annisquam, 


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Bakeman W. E. 98 East Main, East Gloucester, 


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Haskell H. C. L. West Gloucester, 


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DunmoreF. H. 168 Merrimack, 


Haverhill 


Newman B., Market st. 


Ipswich 


Adler Rose Mrs. 168 Union, 


Lawrence 


Atkinson £. 411 Broadway, 




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Beeley James M. 218 Hampshire, 




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Bradley H. 218 Water, 




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Booth Charles, 413 Broadway, 




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Bums Martin, 288 Park, 




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Cahill Mary Miss, 93 Spruce, 




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Campbell Edwin C. 128 South Broadway, 


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Casey John Mrs. 179 Valley, 




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Coupe Theophilus, 499 Broadway, 




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Crane Lawrence, 112 Prospect, 




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Crooke James, 419 Common, 




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Crowley Kate, 371 Elm, 




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Curtin E. A. Miss, 243 Oak, 




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Dearborn 0. R. 188 Essex, 




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Devlin John, 40 Oak, 




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Dolan Kate Miss, 32 Franklin, 




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Durkin James, 100 Cross, 




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Flathers M. S. Mrs. 200 Water, 




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Foley John, 13 Elm, 




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Graham Margaret, 10 Newbury, 




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Hay Robert, 464 Broadway, 




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Hill A. M. 151 Hampshire, 




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Hoffman T. Mrs. 50 Centre, 




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Horsier Geo. E. 66 W ater. 




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Johnson Robert, 167 Broadway, 




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Kelsey Geo. W. 34 South Broadway, 




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Eileourse Thomas, 137 Lowell, 




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Larkin P. J. 101 Essex, 




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Latour Peter, 117 Hampshire, 




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Leybourne Mary, 99 Newbury, 




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Linehan Timothy, 154 Valley, 




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McArdle Rose Miss, 182 Valley, 




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354 ESSEX COUNTT DIBBOTORY. 


Variety Stores^ contijLued. 




McAvoy Michael, 377 Elm, 


Lawrence 


McGovern Delia, 49 Essex, 


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MeHugh Sarah, 1 Concord, 


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Mcllwain E. Mrs. 64 Oxford, 


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McQueeny Sarah, 1 1 2 Elm, 


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Moonej Andrew, 401 Common, 


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Mulhare M. A. Mrs. 87 P>anklin, 


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Murphy & Kirk, Hampshire, cor. Lowell, 


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O'Donnell Ellen Miss, 104 Oak, 


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Oliver John, 18 Margin, 


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O'Neal Margaret Miss, 416 Broadway, 


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Powell E. P. & Bro. 603 and 605 Broadway 


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Reagan Thos. 276 Oak, 


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Robinson James, 81 Warren, 


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Rostron Samuel, 491 Haverhill, 


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Santry Kate F. 146 Souih Broadway, 


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Simpson T. H. 308 Broadway, 


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Smith Geo. H. 161 Essex, 


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Stanley Wm. 276 Hampshire, 


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Sullivan S. 68 Franklin, 


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Sullivan Wm. 46 South Broadway, 


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Tasker Geo. A. 68 Union. 


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Taylor Jacob Mrs. 164 Water, 


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Taylor Mary, 38 South Broadway, 


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Walker Daniel, 99 Cross, 


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W efers Clemens, 424 Common, 


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Wheelwright R. G. 42 Warren, 


44 


Whelan Jane Mrs. 180 Jackson, 


44 


Whyte M. A. Miss 41 j^ Haverhill, 


41 


Bailey <& Co. 60 Market, 


Lynn 


Congdon John H. 87 Broad, 


44 


Carbine Ann Mrs. 9 Federal sq. 


44 


Farmer M. A., May st. 


44 


Hanson J. H. 242 Chestnut, 


44 


Keene E. L., Essex, cor. Sutton, 


44 


McAlevy John, Summer, cor. Blossom, 


44 


McCarthy John F., Boston, cor. Myrtle, 


44 


Perry C. H. 119 Essex, 


44 


Rublee E. L. 7 Sutton, 


44 


Sargent L. C. 108 Union, 


44 


Lee J. E. 


Manchester 


Canniffe Jeremiah, 


Marblehead 


Bartlett Geo. H. 46 Water, 


Newburyport 


Gorwaiz John, 11 Pleasant, 


44 


Henderson Joseph, 96 Merrimac, 


44 


Loring J. T. 103 Water, 


44 


Moseley Charles, 44 Market sq. 


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Plummer William C. 65 State, 


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VARIETY 8TORB8. 


355 


Romily M. A. & I., Market sq. 


Newburyport 


Stockman Joseph H. 10 Market sq. 


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Williams 8. J. Mrs. 210^ Merrimac, 


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Osgood Isaac F. 


North Aindover 


Legg Mary Mrs. North AndoTer Depot, *' 


McGee Henry B.« Tremont st. 


Peabody 


Murphy S. Mrs. 94 Main, 


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Pickering John F. 1 Foster, 


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Connelly Eliza Mrs. 


Rockport 


Gamage Stephen, 


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Grant Ivory jr. opp. depot, 


44 


Alward E. H. 51 Bridge, 


Salem 


Bailey G. W. & Co. (five-cent store), 167 Essex, " | 


Brookaw J. C. 69 and 78 Washington, 


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Collins Anna G. Mrs. 20 Essex, 


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Cousins A. G. Mrs. 97 North, 


44 


Cronan A. Mrs. 97 Derby, 


44 


Cronin Peter, 41 Congress, 


44 


Daly M. Mrs. 56 Peabody, 


44 


Day E. B. Miss, 110 Essex, 


44 


Dewolf W. H. 54 Derby, 


44 


Donavan Ellen Mrs. 14 Congress, 


44 


Foley Geo. Mrs. 30 Norman, 


44 


Garfield Eaty, 106 Federal, 


44 


Gilligham Mathew, 13 Park, 


44 


Haskins S. L. 266 Washington, 


44 


Heaney Peter F. 105 Mason, 


44 


Hefferan Eliza, 128 Bdston, 


44 


Henningsin George, 45 Derby, 


44 


Hoaer Brikgett, 23 Becket, 


44 


Hutchins C. W. 94 North, 


44 


Knight M. J. 122 North, 


44 


Linnehan H. 35 Perkins, 


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Linnehan Mary Mrs. 93 Mason, 


44 


McLaughlin Mary Miss, 270 Washington, 


44 


McLaughlin M. 14 BeckeU, 


44 


McMann Lizzie, 48 Harbor, 


44 


O'CONNELL TIMOTHY Mrs. 299 Essex (see 


advt. p. 2), 




O'Keefe Mary, 11 Charter, 




Osborn Joseph B. 43 Derby, 




Pond James S. 84 Lafayette, 




Printly Ellen M. Miss, 8 Essex, 




Qusick Jane Mrs. 28 Pingree, 




Sibley Ann M. Miss, 9 Winter, 




Stentiford M. A. 158 North, 


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Stevenson Elizabeth, 60 Essex, 




Sullivan Alice T. 13 Essex, 




Tibbetts A. J. 85 Bridge, 





856 



E88BX OOUNTT DIBECTORT. 



Variety Stores^ continued, 
Tibhetts Looy A. Mrs. 117 Bridge, 
Todburv Joha, 5 Boeton, 
Whipple Stephen, 8 White and 125 Derby, 
Merrill Ezra, 



MoaltoD P. H. 



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Varnish Manufacturers. 

{See PaifUa and Otis.) 

Veterinary Surgeons. 

Coleman Joseph V., Locust st. Danvers 

Bailey C. M. at Eagle House Stable, Main st. Haverhill 
WINCHE8TEB J. F., office, M. E. Goodridge*8 

stable (see advt. p. 443), *« 

Blake Samnel, Ipswich 

CAMPBELL A. H. offloe, Geo. B. Trickey's stable, 

12 Jackson, residence 196 Broadway, Lawrence 

WINCHESTER J. F., office, J. Porter A. Co.'s 

stable, residence, 121 Haverhill (see advt. p. 

448), 
Meagher Wro. 40 Market sq. 
Saunders Fred (^n^uate fh>m American Veterinary 

College, New York), Goldthwaite's stables, 
Saunders Robert J., Goldthwaite's stables, 
Simmons A Son, 
Pedrick Thomas, Marblehead 

Davis Charles, 26 Holton, Peabody 

Cook D. N., rear 817 Essex, Salem 

Dion Peter, 10 and 12 Sewell place, 
Saunders Fred (graduate from American Veterinary 

College, New York), 5 Buffiim, 
Saunders Robert J. 5 Buffum, ** 

Wood Charles B. 28 Brown, 

Violin Manufacturer. 

Larrabee Joseph N» 68 North, 



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Wagon 



Covers. 

BO WE E. L. SS Wharf (see advt. p. 450), Gloucester 
CROSS WILLIAM H., Story's wharf (see advt. p. 

449), East Gloucester, '« 

Peabody H. A. Topsfield 

Makers. 

(See cdso Carriage Manufacturere,) 

FRIEND SETH, 167 Rantoul (see advt. p. 462), Beverly 
Bryant A. A Son, 262 Lowell, Lawrence 



Wagon 



WATOH MAKERS AND BEPAIBBBS. 



Watch Makers and Repairers. 



367 



(See also Jewelry^ etc.) 

Whiting J. E., Main st. 

Proctor S. H. 15 Maple, 

Hull Phineas A., Masonic building. 

Bates J. C. 87 Merrimack, 

CATUDAL G. S. 85 Essex (see advt. p. 456), 

Dole H. L. 19 Merrimack, 

Edgecomb E. L. 130 Merrimack, 

Baldwin W. E. 821 Essex, 

Doe Henry P. 289 Essex, 

Edge Thomas Jr. 121 Lowell, 

Emerson Charles W. 447 Essex, 

Fellows S. W. 265 Essex 

Folger Zenas, 371 Essex, 

Huntoon L. & Son, 287 Essex, 

Knowles David, 369 Essex, 

Mooar Humphrey, 875 Essex, 

Rowe John S. 517 Essex, 

Schneider Frank, 242 Essex, 

Smith Frank P. 171 Essex, 

Wain James, 90 Essex, 

Young A. J. & Co. 587 Essex, 

Barrett Greo. W. 7 Market sq. 

Bodwell H J. 65^ Monroe, 

Cate A. J. 41 Pearl, 

Clark William A. jr.. Union, cor. Silsbee, 

Clough A. B. & Co. 107 Munroe, 

Davidson Charles W. 75 Broad, 

Doyle E. A. 83^ Munroe, 

Howe George & Co. 4^ Pearl, 

Moore Geo. H. 70 Market, 

Newhall S. C. 44 Market, 

Olin J. G. 61 Market, 

Squires Nelson C. 6 Market, 

Woodfall Charles B. 162 Union, 

Castlehun Hermann, State, cor. Market sq. Newburyport 

Dodge Richard S. & Co. 87 State, 

Jones W. P. 28 State, 

Homans Samuel, 

Kimball Philip H. 134 Washington, 

True Frank H. 

Flagg H. H., Broadway, 

Arnold R. B. 110^ Essex, 

Chamberlain B. M. & Son, 190 Essex, 

Collins George A. 198 Essex, 

Curwen S. H. 9 North, 

Kehew William H. 77 Washington, 



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Salem 

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358 



ESSEX COUNTY DIRECTOBY. 



Watch Makers and Repairers^ continued. 
Lamson Cbarles, 236 Essex, 
LOW DANIEL, 231 Essex, 
Warden W. A. 22 North, 
Nicolson J. W. 284 Essex, 
Peabody R. M. 143 Essex, 

SMITH DANIEL T. 241 Essex (see adrt. p. 5), 
Smith J. Ford, 260 Essex, 



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Wrock F. A. ll>5 Essex, 

Water Casks, Tanks, Etc. 

HILL & WRIGHT, 24 Cedar (see advt. fh>Dt col- 
ored), Salem 

Water Filter Manufacturers. 

SMITH A SMART, 18 Lafayette (see advt. p. 
13), Salem 

Water Companies. 

Haverbill Aqnedact Co. 8 Water, Haverhill 

Newbaryport Water Co., Bartlett st. Neirbaryport 

Water Power. 

Essex Co., control water power of the Merrimao 
River at Lawrence, office, Essex, cor. Union, Lawrence 

Wax Manufacturer. 

Leavitt W. P. (shoe) , North Federal st. Lynn 

Wharf Builders. 

Deering Isaac, Gloacester 

Hall F. " 

HAMILTON & BALCOMB, 16 Lafayette (see 
advt. p. 420), Salem 

Wheel and Wheel Stock Manufacturers. 

Archibald Wheel Co., E. A. Archibald, agent, West 

St. Lawrence 

Skinner & Colder, 51 and 53 Central ave. Lynn 

West Amesbury Manaf. Co. Merrimac 

Faxon E. J. 9 Front, Salem 

BRI6GS R. F. & CO., Cedar St. (see advt. p. 6), 

Amesbury, Salisbury 
Marston D. J. " " 

Wheelwrights. 

{See oIho Carriage Huildera.) 

Caswell Joseph, Cabot st. Beverly 

Sawyer E. C, Rantoul st. *^ 



WHEELWRIGHTS. 



359 



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Perley Brothers, 

Hovey A. P. 

Porter J. J. 

Hood William H., School st. 

Means James, 

Gage Caleb S. 

Boyce Robert, 

Messenger J. E. 

Blatchford Charles, Western ave. 

Seammon S. 6., Parsons st. 

Spofford H. H. 

Brady Patrick H. 172 Washington, 

Gordon J. W. 16 and 17 Court, 

MILLER J. A. 18 West (see advt p. 458), 

DeBlois Albert, 422 Western ave. 

King Thomas E. 259 Union, 

Lewis A. 106 Central ave. 

McCurdy A. E., rear 235 Chatham, 

Ploof J. 77 Willow, 

PYNE A. W. 90 Cliestnut (see advt. p. 443), 

SAWYER & CHASE, 137, 139 and 141 Broad 

(see advt p. 444), 
Smith C. B., Essex, cor. Chatham, 
Flint Edward jr. 
Goodwin Francis H. 
Evans & Smith, Broadway, 
Morse & Poor, 

BROWN J. D. 13 Inn (sefe advt. p. 458), 
Lougee P. M., rear 3 Hale's court, 
Syms Edward, 8 Mechacics' court, 
Varney George, 
Woods J. M., Kent st 
Dole & Osgood, 16 Washington, 
Webber Phillip, School st. 
Daniels G. E. 
ANDREWS OILMAN A. 27 Beach (see advt. p. 

422), Salem 

Batchelder Joseph, 21 Ward, 

COLSON GEO. M. 270 Bridge (see advt p. 422), 
Donovan John, 30 Liberty, 
Faxon E. J. 9 Front, 

FISKE A. W. .68 Grove (see advt. p. 422), 
Hunter E. M., rear 6 Margin, 
Loring E. D., West Yard, 
Mulcahy James, 188 Bridge, 
Leach & Wilson, Topsfield 

Clark Jason, Wenham 

Clark Samuel, *' 

Dwinells Jacob G. West Newbury 



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White Lead Manufacturers. 

(See also Paints^ OUs^ etc.) 

Forest Riyer Lead Co. Salem 

SALEM LEAD CO., Frank Brown, treas. 125 
Washington, room 26 (see advt front colored), *^ 

White Lead Buckets and Kegs. 

HILL A WRIGHT, 24 Cedar (see advt front col- 
ored) , Salem 

Whiteners and Colorers. 

(See also Jfoaotw.) 

HANSON O. W. & SON, 8 Fleet (see advt. p« 
454), HaverhUl 

Windlasses, Winches, Etc. 

RUSSELL ALBERT db SONS, 108 Merrimac (see 
advt. front colored), Newbaryport 

Window and Door Frames. 

Evans J. W. & Co., Brown's wharf, Newbaryport 

Balcomb Henry W. 81 Liberty, Salem 

Kimball John E., rear of Carpenter st 

Skinner R. Jr. 40 Central, 

TODD A. W. & CO., Elm st. (see advt. p. 466), 

Amesbury, Salisbury 



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Window and Door Screens Manufacturers. 

MANNING E. C, Mechanics' coart (see advt. p. 

454) , Haverhill 

ALEXANDER A. H. & CO. 82 WUlow (see advt. 

p. 484), Lynn 

Clifford & Webber, 74 Market, '' 

Staples H. Q. 48 Almont, *' 

HAMOND WILLIAM G. 149 Derby (see advt. 

p. 421), 

Window Shades and Fixtures. 

Calef G. E. 190 Merrimack, 

Drury F. A. 74 Merrimack, 

Noyes James A. 4 Merrimack, 

Tucker F. E. 182 and 184 Merrimack, 

NEWMAN J. R. <& SON., 8 Central block, 

Fiske E. A. 275 Essex, 

Attwili Jesse L. 69 Munroe, 

Clifford & Webber, 74 Market, 

Goldsmith W. F. & Co. 128 Union, 

ALMY, BIGELOW & WEBBER, 188 Essex, 



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Goldthwaite & Bixbj, 242 Essex, 
Ide Edwin R. 151 Essex, 
Morrille & Bowen, 245 Essex, 

Wine Manufacturer. 

Carter L. F. 

Wines and Liquors. 

(See also Liquor Dealers; also Saloons.) 

GARNET M. db BRO. (wholesale), Hampshire, 

oor. Concord (see advt. p. 4dl)« Lawrence 

CURRAN & JOYCE, 58 Hampshire, " 

HEFFERNAN EDWARD, 17 Washington and 66 

Munroe (see advt. p. 468), Lynn 

HOYT BROS. 89 Washington (see advt, p. 468), ** 
Perley R. M. (wholesale and retail) , 75 Merrimac, 

Newbaryport 

Wire Manufacturers. 

The Chaplin Bottling Wire Co., office, 9 Central sq., 
factory, 67 Oxford, Lynn 

Wood Dealers (Kindling). 

Noyes W. H. 10 Walnut, Haverhill 

Damon Brothers, Ipswich 

BntTam J. N. & Co., rear 182 and 184 Broad, Lynn 

Jewett C. W. 27 Green, " 

Sleeper C. F., foot Commercial st ^^ 

Adams Edward. North Andover 

' DOW FRED. H. 65 North (see advt. p. 418), Salem 
KNIGHT E. H., Phillips's wharf (see advt. p. 

417), 
McGlanflin T. 4 Bow, 
Rowell E. J* Amesbnry, Salisbary 

Wood and Bark. 

(See also Coal arid Wood.) 

GURDY J. N. 409 and 411 Essex, Lawrence 

Brown G. F. <& S. 50 North, Salem 

CLARE CHARLES S. 21 Lafayette and 29 Pea- 
body (see advt. p. 481), 

HATCH L. B. 113 Derby (see advt. p. 418), 

Manning R. C. & Co. 18*9 Derby, 

Pickering WiUjam jr. & Co. 17 Peabody and 12 
Front, 

Smith James T. (kindlings) , 889 Bridge, 

Smith L. A. <& Co. 248 Bridge, 






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Wood Tile Flooring Manufacturers. 

TODD A. W. & CO. (diagonal), Elm st. (see advt. 
p. 466), Amesburj, Salisbary 

Wood Turners. 

Rowe Geo. J., Duncan at. Gloucester 

Manning E. C, Mechanics' court, Haverhill 

HUTCH INS £. N. & CO., Essex Yard (see advt. 

p. 428), Lawrence 

White Edwin, Sargent's Mill, Railroad st. *' 

MARSHALL J. O. & SON, 158 Broad (see advt. p. 

435), Lynn 

OLIVER WILLIAM, 50 Almont (see advt p. 434), ** 
Evans J. W. & Co., Brown's wharf, Newbury port 

CON ANT HENRY, rear of Carpenter st (see advt. 

p. 420), Salem 

Eimhall John E., rear Carpenter st. 
Sticknev Walter J. 9 Front, 
TODD A. W. <& CO. (see advt. p. 466), 

Amesbury, Salisbury 

Wooden Ware. 

(See also House Furnishing Ooods,) 

FELLOWS C. H. & Co. 31 Merrimack (see advt. 

p. 454), Haverhill 

HANSCOM BROS. 80 Main (see advt. p. 453), " 
DAME, THORNDIKE & CO. 82 Munroe (see 

advt. p. 17), Lynn 

THE L. A. MAY CO. 137 and 141 Union (see 

advt. p. 11), 
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DODGE J. S. & SON, Broadway, cor. Law- 
rence, 
Eaton J. D. & J. W. 38 and 40 North, 
WADLEIGH & MORSE, 81 North, 

Wool Dealers. 

Sutton William, 141 Main, 
Thomas J B , Foster st. 
Winchester & Bianey, Walnut st. 

Wool Pullers. 

Sutton William, 141 Main, 
Winchester & Bianey, Walnut st. 

Wool Scouring Materials. 

Eagle Chemical Co., H. R. Perkins, 41 Water, 

Newburyport 



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Woollen Goods Manufacturers. 

Marland Mills, Moses T. Stevens, prop, (fancj 

woollens), Andover 

Bradlee J. P.' (flannels), Ballard vale, " 

Pentacket Mills (blankets) , Georgetown 

Groveland Mills, South Groveland, Groveland 

Stevens & Co. (flannels) , Haverhill 

Birch John (hosiery) , Ipswich 

Brown John & Son (hosiery) , 
Glover James S. (nubias), 
Hallam William (hose) , 
Ipswich Mills, E. Martin, a^ent (hosiery), 
Ipswich Woollen Mills (hosier}', gloves, and yams), '* 
Klous £. J. & Co. (shoddy), Stafford st. Lawrence 

Lawrence Woolen Co., J. H Taylor, agent (shawls 

and piece goods), 
Wamesit Mills, H. G. Wing & Co., props, (shoddy), 

Brook St. " 

Washington Mills, Robert Scott, agent, *' 

Metbuen Woollen Mills, Walton & Leland, prop. 

Metbuen 
Whittier, Ewing & Co. (blankets), Byfield, Newbury 
NORTH ANDOVER MILLS, Eben Sutton, treas. 

(flannels). North Andover Depot, North Andover 

STKVENS MILLS, M. T. Stevens, prop, (flan- 
nel dress ^oods) , North Andover D- pot, " 
SUTTON MILLS, Eben Sutton, treas. (flannels), 

North Andover Depot, *' 
HAMILTON WOOLLEN CO. (cassiraeres and 

coatings), Amesbury, Salisbury 



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Woollen Machinery Manufacturers. 

DAVIS & FURBER MACHINE CO. (see advt. 
p. 467), North Andover Depot, North Andover 

Worsted Goods Manufacturers. 

Glover J. S. Ipswich 

ARLINGTON MILLS (women's dress goods) 

(see advt. p. 427), Lawrence 

BUTLER & ROBINSON, south side Canal (see 

advt. p. 427), 
GLOBE WORSTED MILLS, Thos. Clegg, treas., 

Saro'l Robinson, agt.. Allen st. (see advt. p. 427), 
Merrimac Braid Mills (braid), 269 Methuen, 
Pacific Mills, Joseph Stone, supt. 
Washington Mills, Robert Scott, agent, 
Wright Manufacturing Co. (braid), Canal st. 
Roaf M. A. (yarns) , 4 Pleasant, Newburyport 



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Worsted Machinery Manufacturers. 

Stedman & Smith, south side Canal, Lawrence 

DAVIS & FURBER MACHINE CO. (see advt. 
p. 467) y North Andover Depot, North AndoTer 

Yacht Builders. 

HIGGINS A 6IPF0RD, Parker at, head of the 
Harbor (see advt. p. 450), Gloaoeater 

HAY ALLAN, NahaDt road, foot of Beach at. (see 
advt. p. 4H6), Lynii 

PARrELOW C. M., end of Derby wharf (see 
advt. p. 421), Salem 

Yam Manufacturers. 

ARLINGTON MILLS (see advt. p. 427), Lawrence 
BUTLER A ROBINSON, soath side Canal (see 

advt. p. 427), 
GLOBE WORSTED MILLS, Thomas Clegg, 

treas., Samuel Robinson, agent, AUen st. (see 

advt. p. 427), 

Yeast Dealer. 

Verity John 8. 86 Union, Lynn 



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DIRECTORY OF PATRONS 



OUTSIDB OF 



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Boston 



Acid ManuftMStarers. 

Cochrane Chemical Co. 55 Eilby (see advt. opp. p. 
172), 

Account Book ManufSactorers. 

Gay Aaron B. & Co. 132 State (see advt, p. 471), Boston 

A^lcultnral Tools Dealers. 

Parker & Wood, 49 North Market (see advt. back 
colored), Boston 

Artesian Wells Bored. 

Smith B. F. 266 Washington (see advt. frcmt cover), 

Boston 
Asbestos Materials. 

The Asbestos Packing Co. 169 Congress (see 

advt. front cover) , Boston 

Attorney for Gollections of Fish Claims. 

Baker K. W. 5 Commercial wharf (see advt. front 
colored), Boston 

Antomatic Blind Awning Fixtures* 

Pedrick W. £. 6 Charlestown (see advt. p. 470) , Boston 

Automatic Fire Eztinguishers. 

Walworth Manuf. Co. 16 Oliver (see advt. opp. 
p. 259), Boston 

Banks. 

Maverick National Bank, Water, cor. Congress (see 
advt. front cover), Boston 

Bankers. 

Maverick National Bank, Water, cor. Congress (see 
advt. front cover), Boston 

Banking Institutions. 

American Loan and Trust Co. 55 Congress (see 
advt. front cover), Boston 



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1. 



Barber Snpplies. 

Koeller Bros. 90 Sadbury (see advt p. 470), Boston 

Barrels and Casks. 
Lang & Jacobs, 1 to 9 India sq. (see advt. p. 472) , Boston 

Baskets. 

Hopkinson A Marden, 15 and 16 Faneail Hall sq. 

(see advt. front colored), ^ Boston 

Belt Grease and Stnffinsr* 

Peiroe Frank, 128 Pearl (see advt. back colored), Boston 

Beltlngr* 

Peiroe Frank, 128 Pearl (see advt. back colored) , Boston 

Beltingr Manuflactarers. 

Boston Belting Co. 222 to 226 Devonshire (see 
advt. opp. Title), Boston 

Bicycles and Tricycles Made and Repaired. 

Crutchley F. 59 Elm (see advt. p. 471), Boston 

Blank Book Manufacturers. 

Collins T. F. A Co. 93 Federal (see advt. opp. p. 
206), Boston 

Bleachingr Klers. 

Robinson Boiler Woiks, 28 State (see advt. p. 14), Boston 

Block Tin Manufacturers. 

Boston Lead Manuf. Co. 24 and 26 Oliver (see 
advt. front colored), Boston 

Blottingr Paper Manufacturers. 

Russell Paper Co. (see advt. p. 10)» Lawrence 

Boat Builders. 

Ritchie Joseph A., rear 119 Sumner (see advt. p. 

472), East Boston, Boston 

Wood Brothers, Jeffries' Point (see advt. p. 471), 

East Boston, «< 
Boat Sails. 

McManus J. H. & Son, 57 Commercial (see advt. 
p. 14), Boston 

Boiler Feltingr* 

The Asbestos Packing Co. 169 Congress (see advt. 
front cover) , Boston 

Boiler Makers. 
Robinson Boiler Works, 28 State (see advt. p. 14), Boston 



DIRECTORY OT PATRONS. 



867 



Boston 



Boiler Tube Scrapers. 

Peirce Frank, 128 Pearl (see advt. back colored), Boston 

Book Binders. 

Collins T. F. <& Co. 93 Federal (see advt. opp. 
p. 206), Boston 

Book lietterinsr and Stampinflr. 

Chape W. P. 183 Washington (see advt. front col- 
ored), Boston 
Boot and Shoe Findings. 

Brooks & Yonng, 97 Summer (see advt. opp. p. 

61), Boston 

Boot and Shoe Cartoons. 

Diekerman Greo. H. & Co. 32 to 36 Green (see 

advt. p. 471), Boston 

Bottlers' and Brewers' Supplies. 

Robinson John & Co. 83 Union (see advt. back 
colored), 

Box Manufacturers. 

Diekerman Geo. H. & Co. (paper), 32 to 36 Green 

(see advt. p. 471), Boston 

Brewers' and Dyers' Vats and Tanks, etc. 

Hill & Wright, 141 Sumner (see advt. f^ont col- 
ored), £a8t Boston, Boston 

Bridge Builders. 

Mclnnis Alex., order box, 35Hawley, Boston, 127 
London, East Boston (see advt. p. 15), Boston 

Bungrs, TAps, and Vents. 

Lang & Jacobs, 1 to 9 India sq. (see advt. p. 472), Boston 
Robinson .John & Co. 83 Union (see advt. back 
colored) , 

BurninsT Brands. 

Jacobs Brothers, 26 North Market (see advt. p. 

472), Boston 

Can ManuflBtcturers. 

Boston Can Co. 126 Milk, Boston 

Carriage Manufacturers. 

Briggs R. F. & Co. (see advt. p. 6), San Francisco, Cal. 
Briggs R. F. <& Co. (see advt. p. 6), Baltimore, Md. 

Cask and Keg Manufacturers. 

Hill & Wright, 141 Sumner (see advt. f^ont col- 
ored). East Boston, Boston 



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dUhednl Glass. 

Bedding, Baiid * Co. 162 Fnuiklin (see advt 
opp. p. 178), Boston 

Chalk Dealers. 

Lang & Jsodbs, 1 to 9 India sq. (see sdwi. p. 472), 

Boston 
Cliemicals. 

Cochrane Chemical Co. W KHby (see sdTt. opp. p. 
172), Boston 

Church and Omamental Windows. 

Bedding, Baird & Co. 152 Franklin (see sdn. opp. 
p. 178), Boston 

Cod OIL 

Loftos db Bichardson, 118 and 120 Biosd, oor. 
India sq. (see advt. opp. p. 60), Boston 

Cold Iron Ponching. 
DewidE C. F. db Co. 860 Dorchester aye. (see advt 
opp. p. 172), Boston 

Collins Striker for Bnling Mafthines. 

Collins T. F. db Co. 98 Federal (see advt. opp. 
p. 206), Boston 

Color Mannftustarers. 

Doi^ald W. C. & Co., office, 85 Water, Boston (see 
advt. fhmt colored), Andover, Mass. 

Donald W. C. & Co. 85 Water (see advt. ftont 
colored), Boston 

Coopers. 

Hill do Wright, 141 Snmner (see advt. ftont col- 
ored), East Boston, Boston 
Lang A Jacobs, 1 to 9 India sq. (see advt. p. 472) ** 

Cooperage Stock. 

Hill & Wright, 141 Sumner (see advt. front col- 
ored). East Boston, Boston 
Lang de Jacobs, 1 to 9 India sq. (see advt. p. 472), ** 

Coopers* Supplies. 

Lang A Jacobs, 1 to 9 India sq. (see advt. p. 472), Boston 

Coopers' Tools. 

Lang & Jacobs, 1 to 9 India sq. (see advt. p. 472), Boston 



Cork Importers and ManaCactarers. 

Robinson John & Co. 88 Union (see advt. back 
colored) , 



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Corklugr Machines. 

Robinson John & Co. (agents for Power ma- 
chine), 83 Union (see advt. back colored) , Boston 

Cracker Bakers. 

Austin & Graves, 116 Commercial (see advt. back 
colored) , Boston 

Curriers* Slabs. 

Grigg Joseph W. 26 Charlestown (see foot lines 
under pp. 841-344), . Boston 

Curriers' Tallow. 

Loftus & Richardson, 118 and 120 Broad, cor. 
India sq. (see advt. opp. p. 60) , Boston 

Cut Glass. 

Redding, Baird & Co. 152 Franklin (see advt. opp. 
p. 173), Boston 

Cutters and Grinders. 

Koeller Bros. 90 Sudbury (see advt. p. 470), Boston 

Deckle Straps and Rubber Rolls (for Paper 

Makers' Use). 

Boston Belting Co. 222 to 226 Devonshire (see 
advt. opp. Title) , Boston 

Draughtsman (Mechanical;. 

Dodd & Pratt, 148 High (see advt. opp. p. 258), Boston 

Driven Wells. 

Smith B. F. 266 Washington (see advt front cover), 

Boston 
Bngines. 

Robinson Boiler Works, 28 State (see advt. p. 14) , 

Boston 
£nsrine Turners. 

Margot Bros. 23 Water (see advt. opp. p. 255), Boston 

Engineers' Supplies. 

Feirce Frank, 128 Pearl (see advt. back colored), Boston 

Engravers. 

Bates Thomas S. & Co. 29 Avon (see advt. opp. p. 

206) , Boston 

Expresses. 

Marston's Danvers and Boston Express, 84 Court 
sq., 77 Kingston, 75 Eilby and 105 Arch (see 
advt. p. 464), Boston 



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Felt Manufiicturers. 

The ABbestos Packing Co. 169 Congress (see advt. 
front cover) , Boston 

Fertilizers. 

Parker A Wood, 49 North Market (see advt. back 
colored) , Boston 

Fire ExtlnflTulshers. 

Walworth Mannf. Co. 16 Oliver (see advt. opp. p. 
259), Boston 

Fire Proof Bafldlnff Haterlals. 

The Asbestos Packing Co. 169 Congress (see advt. 
front cover) , Boston 

FlahOlls. 

Loftns df Richardson, 118 and 120 Broad, oor. 
India sq. (see advt. opp. p. 60), Boston 

Fishermen's Attorney for Collection of Claims. 

Baker K. W. 6 Commercial wharf (see advt. 
front colcMred), Boston 

Flax Mills. 

Lesson J. B. 4 Co. (threads), 298 Devonshire, Boston 

Foreign Exchange. 

Maverick National Bank, Water, cor. Congress (see 
advt. front cover), Boston 

Fraser Axle Grease. 

Winslow William, 89 India wharf (see advt. opp. 
p. 258), Boston 

Galvanising Works. 

East Boston Galvanizing Works, W. E. Bird, prop. 
Weeks' wharf. Central sq. (see advt. front col- 
ored). East Boston, Boston 

Gas Machines. 

Walworth Mannf. Co. 16 Oliver (see advt. opp. p. 
259) , Boston 

Gasoline. 

Walworth Mannf. Co. 16 Oliver (see advt. opp. p. 
259), Boston 

Gas Pipe and Fittings. 

Walworth Manuf. Co. 16 Oliver (see advt. opp. p. 
259), Boston 

Gas andStrcm Pipe and Fittings. 

Walworth Manuf. Co. 16 Oliver (see advt. opp. p. 
259), Boston 



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371 



GlaM Cutters. 

Redding, Baird db Co. 152 Franklin (see advt. opp. 
p. 173), Boston 

Glass Dealers. 

Reidding, Baird & Co. 152 Franklin (see advt. opp. 
p. 173), Boston 

Granite Contractors. 

Cape Ann Granite Co. 40 Water (see advt. front 
colored) , Boston 

Granite Qoarriers. 

Cape Ann Granite Co. (see advt. front colored) , 

Bay View, Gloucester 

Granite Workers. 

Cape Ann Granite Co. (see advt. front colored) , 

Bay View, Gloucester 

Grease Manoflacturers. 

Grooding Henry A. & Co. 131 Pearl (see advt. 

opp. p. 258), Boston 

Loftus & Richardson (curriers* hard grease), 118 

and 120 Broad, cor. India sq. (see advt. opp. p. 

60), " 

Winslow William (Frazer*s axle grease), 29 India 

Wharf (see advt. opp. p. 258), 

Grocers' Oil Cabinets. 



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Lang & Jacobs, 1 to 9 India sq. (see advt. p. 
472), Boston 

Ground and Oat Glass. 

Redding, Baird & Co. 152 Franklin (see advt. opp. 
p. 173), Boston 

Gunpowder Manu£eM5turers. 

Oriental Powder Mills, 13 Broad (see advt. opp. p. 
259), Boston 

Gunsmiths. 

Crutchley F. 59 Elm (see advt. p. 471), Boston 

Tonks Alfred, 20 Devonshire (see advt. p. 472), «« 

Hard Grease. 

Gk>oding Heniy A. & Co. 131 Pearl (see advt. opp. 

p. 258), Boston 

Loftus & Richardson, 118 and 120 Broad, cor. 

India sq. (see advt. opp. p. 60) , *^ 

Hard Pine and Oak Lumber. 

McQuesten Geo. & Co. 170 Border (see advt. 
front colored), East Boston, Boston 



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Hose Manufacturers. 

Boston Belting Co. 222 to 226 DeTonshire (see 
advt. opp. Title), Boston 

Hydrant Hose. 

Boston Belting Co. 222 to 226 Devonshire (see 
advt opp. Title) , Boston 

Ice Tools Mannfftctarers. 

Wood Wm. T. & Co. 49 North Market (see advt. 
back colored), Boston 

lee Tools. 

Parker A Wood, 49 North Market (see advt. back 
colored) , Boston 

India Rubber Goods Manufacturers. 

Boston Belting Co. 228 to 226 Devonshire (see 
advt. opp. Title), Boston 

Iron Pipe Manufacturers. 

Walworth Manof. Co. 16 Oliver (see advt. opp. p. 

259), Boston 

Keir ManuflMStuvers. 

Lang & Jacobs, 1 to 9 India sq. (see advt. p. 472), 

Boston 
Kitchen Fumisbinip Goods. 

Hopkinson & Marden, 15 and 16 Faneuil Hall sq. 
(see advt. front colored), Boston 

Lace Leather. 

Peirce Frank, 128 Pearl (see advt. back colored) Boston 

Lamp Black Manufacturers. 

Donald Wm. C. & Co., office 85 Water (see advt. 
front colored), Andover, Mass. 

Donald W. C. & Co. 85 Water (see advt. front col- 
ored), Boston 
Lard Pail Manufkcturers. 

Boston Can Co. 126 Milk, Boston 

Lawn Mowers* 

Parker & Wood, 49 North Market (see advt. back 
colored), Boston 

Lawn and Gamp Tents. 

Hopkinson & Marden, 15 and 16 Faneuil HaQ sq. 

(see advt. front colored), Boston 

Lead Pipe Manufacturers. 

Boston Lead Manaf. Co. 24 and 26 Oliver (see 
advt. front colored), Boston 



DIBEOTORY OF PATRONS. 



873 



Leather Beltingr* 

Boston Belting Co. 222 to 226 Devonshire (see 

advt. opp. Title) , Boston 

Peiroe Frank, 128 Pearl (see advt. back colored), ^* 

Leather Board. 

Spaalding & Tewksbaij, 288 Devonshire (see advt. 
opp. p. 60) , Boston 

Leather Dealers and Manuflietarerg. 

Loring Sa Avery, 47 Soath (see advt. opp. p. 61 ), Boston 

Rockwell J. S. & Co. 18 High (see advt. opp. p. 

61), 

Linen Felt (Asbestos). 

The Asbestos Packing Co. 169 Congress (see advt. 
fix)nt cover), Boston 

Linen Thread. 

Leeson J. B. & Co. (all kinds Irish), 298 Devon- 
shire) , Boston 
Linings, Boans, and Skivers. 

Rockwell J. S. & Co. 18 High (see advt. opp. p. 
61), Boston 

Loan and Trust Company. 

American Loan and Trust Co. 55 Congress (see 
advt. front cover), Boston 

Lubricating Oils. 

Winslow William, 89 India Wharf (see advt. opp. 

p. 258) , Boston 

Lumber Dealers. 

McQuesten G-eo. & Co. (yellow pine), 170 Border 

(see advt. front colored), £ast Boston, Boston 

Machinists and Machinery Manufocturers. 

Dewick C. F. & Co. 860 Dorchester ave. (see 

advt opp. p. 172), Boston 

Robinson Boiler Works, 28 State (see advt. p. 14), <^ 

Mantels, Brackets, and Shelves. 

G-rigg Joseph W. 26 Charlestown (see foot lines 
under pp. 841-344), 

Manufiacturers* Supplies. 

Boston Belting Co. 222 to 226 Devonshire (see 
advt. opp. Title), Boston 

Boston Lead Manuf. Co. 24 and 26 Oliver (see advt. 
front colored), 

Peirce Frank, 128 Pearl (see advt. back colored). 



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ManulkctarlDir Company. 

Cape Ann Granite Co. (granite works) Jonas H. 
French, pres., H. EL Bennett, treas., C. W. Fos- 
ter, sapt. (see advt. front oolored). 

Bay View, Gloucester 

McKay Threads. 

Leeson J. B. ds Co. 298 Devonshire, Boston 

Mechanical Drausrhtsmen* 

Dodd A Pratt, 148 High (see advt. opp. p. 258), Boston 

Memorial Fl^are Windows. 

Redding, Baird A Co. 152 Franklin (see advt. opp. 
p. 178), Boston 

Mill Supplies. 

Lang & Jacobs (oil cabinets), 1 to 9 India sq. (see 

advt p. 472), Boston 

Peiroe Frank, 128 Pearl (see advt. back colored), ^* 

Mowing Machines. 

Parker A Wood, 49 North Market (see advt. back 
colored), 



Boston 



Oil Cabinets. 



Lang db Jacobs, 1 to 9 India sq. (see advt. p. 472), 

Boston 
Oil Dealers and Manuflietarers. 

Gooding Henry A. & Co. 131 Pearl (see advt. opp. 

p. 258), Boston 

Winslow William, 87 India wharf (see advt. opp. p. 

258), '• 

Oil Tanks. 

Lang db Jacobs, 1 to 9 India sq. (see advt. p. 
472), Boston 

Ornamental Glass and Church Windows. 

Bedding, Baird & Co. 152 Franklin (see advt opp. 
p. 173), Boston 

Oyster Can Manoflactnrers. 

Boston Can Co. 1 26 Milk, Boston 

FackinsT* 

The Asbestos Packing Co. 169 Congress (see advt. 
front cover) , Boston 

Paper Box Machinery. 

Spaulding & Tewksbuiyy 238 Devonshbe (see advt. 
opp. p. 60), Boston 



DIBEOTORT OF PATBON8. 



375 



Paper Box Bfanafactarers* 

Diokerman Geo. H. & Co. 82 to 86 Green (see advt. 
p. 471), Boston 

Paper Dealers. 

Spaulding & Tewksbary, 288 Devonshire (see advt. 
opp. p. 60), Boston 

Paper Manu&ctiirers. 

Rioe, Kendall & Co. 91 Federal (see advt. opp. p. 
259), Boston 

Paper Manufiactarers* Supplies. 

Bioe, Kendall & Co. 91 Federal (see advt. opp. p. 
259), Boston 

Paper Balers. 

Collins T. F. A Co. 98 Federal (see advt. opp. 
p. 206) , Boston 

Paper Warehoase. 

Bice, Kendall & Co. 91 Federal (see advt. opp. p. 
259), Boston 

Parlor Grates, Frames, and Summer Pieces. 

Grrigg Joseph W. 26 Charlestown (see foot lines 
nnder pp. 84 1-844 ) , Boston 

Patent Experts. 

Brown Brothers, 28 School (see advt. opp. p. 60), Boston 

Patent Office Drawingrs. 

Dodd & Pratt 148 High (see advt. opp. p. 258), Boston 

Patent Solicitors. 
Brown Brothers, 28 School (see advt. opp. p. 60), Boston 

Patent Tin Lined Lead Pipe. 

Boston Lead Mannf. Co. 24 and 26 Oliver (see 
advt. front colored), Boston 

Picker Leather. 
Peirce Frank, 128 Pearl (see advt. back colored), Boston 

PUe Drivers. 

Mclnnis Alex., order box, 85 Hawley, Boston, resi- 
dence, 127 London, East Boston (see advt. p. 15) , Boston 

Pipe and Boiler Coverinffs. 

The Asbestos Packing Co. 169 Congress (see advt. 
fh>nt cover) , Boston 

Plumbers' Materials. 

Boston Lead Manuf. Co. (lead pipe, pamps, and 
sheet lead), 24 and 26 Oliver (see advt. front 
colored), Boston 



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ES8EX OOUKTT DIRECTORY. 



c< 



Pocket Book Manuilftcturer, 

Yeniogton F. M. 198 Waahington (see advt. front 
colored), Boston 

Polishers. 

* 

Koeller Bros. 90 Sadbury (see adyt. p. 470), Boston 

Powder Mannfttctarers. 

Oriental Powder Mills, 18 Broad (see adyt. opp. 
p. 259), Boston 

Printers. 

Bates Thomas S. & Co. (copper and steel plate), 
29 Avon (see advt. opp. p. 206), Boston 

Clapp David & Son, 35 Bedford (see advt. opp. p. 
172), 

Printers' Ink Manufactarers. 

Donald W. G. <& Co., office 85 Water, Boston (see 
advt. fW>nt colored) , Andover, Mass. 

Donald W. C. & Co. 85 Water (see advt. front col- 
ored), Boston 

Pamps. 

Boston Lead Manuf. Co. 24 and 26 Oliver (see 
advt. front colored), Boston 

Qnarriers. 

Cape Ann Granite Co. (see advt. fVont colored), 

Bay View, Gloucester 

Raw Hide Beltinir- 

Peirce Frank, 128 Pearl (see advt. back colored), Boston 



Raw Hide IJaoe Leather. 

Peirce Frank, 128 Pearl (see advt. back colored), Boston 

Red Lead and Litharsre. 

Boston Lead Manuf. Co. 24 and 26 Oliver (see 
advt. front colored), Boston 

Rubber Belting:. 

Peirce Frank, 128 Pearl (see advl. back colored), Boston 

Rubber Beltinir Manufacturers. 

Boston Belting Co. 222 to 226 Devonshire (see advt 
opp. Title), Boston 

Rubber Covered Goods ManufiEU!tilrers. 

Boston Belting Co. 222 to 226 Devonshire (see advt. 
opp. Title), Boston 



DIBECTORT OF PATRONS. 



377 



Bubber Goods Manufocturers. 

Boston Belting Co. 222 to 226 Devonshire (see 
advt. opp. Title), Boston 

Rubber Hose. 

Peiroe Frank, 128 Pearl (see advt. back colored), Boston 

Rubber Hose Manufacturers. 

Boston Belting Co. 222 to 226 Devonshire (see 
advt. opp. Title), ' Boston 

Rubber Lined Goods ManufJEUSturers* 

Boston Belting Co. 222 to 226 Devonshire (see 
advt. opp. Title), Boston 

Rubber Stamps. 

Jacobs Brothers, 26 North Market (see advt. p. 

472), Boston 

Sail Af akers. 

McManus J. H. Sc Son, 57 Commercial wharf (see 

advt. p. 14), Boston 

Sample Case ManufieMSturer. 

Terrinton F. M. 198 Washington (see advt. firont 
colored) , Boston 

Saws and Rutchers' Tools. 
Orne C. W. 87 Faneuil Hall sq. Boston 

Scales, Hooks, Cash I>rawers, etc. 
Orne E. A. 87 Faneail Hall sq. Boston 

Scenery to Let. 

Story O. L. 109 Haverhill (see advt. opp. p. 206), Boston 

Scenic Artist. 

Story O. L. 109 Haverhill (see advt. opp. p. 206), Boston 

Scholars' Companions. 

Terrinton F. M. 198 Washington (see advt. front 
colored), Boston 

Scrap Leuther. 

Peirce Frank, 128 Pearl (see advt. back colored), 

Boston 
Seed Stores. 

Parker & Wood, 49 North Market (see advt. back 
colored) , Boston 

Sheathingr and Buildingr Paper. 

The Asbestos Packing Co. 169 Congress (see advt. 
front cover), Boston 



378 



E88BZ OOUNTT DIREGTORT. 



Sheep Skins. 

Bockwell J. S. & Co. 18 High (see acM. opp. p. 61), Boston 

Ship Bread. 

Austin A Graves, 116 Commercial (see advt. back 

colored) , Boston 

Sheet liead Manufacturers. 

Boston Lead Mannf. Co. 24 and 26 Oliver (see 
advt. front colored), Boston 

Ship Tanks. 

Robinson Boiler Works, 28 State (see advt p. 14), Boston 

Ship TImhert Knees, Plank, etc 

McQuesten Geo. db Co. 170 Border (see advt. jh'ont 
colored), East Boston, Boston 

Ship Wedffes, Plujcs, Treenails, etc 

McQnesten Geo. & Co. 170 Border (see advt. fh>nt 
colored) , East Boston, Boston 

Shoe M anufiacturers* Goods. 

Brooks & Yoang, 97 Summer (see advt. opp. p. 
61), Boston 

Shoe Thread Manufacturers. 

Leeson J. B. db Co. 298 Devonshire, Boston 

ShookSy Headin£r8» Staves, etc 

Hill 6b Wright, 141 Samner (see advt. front col- 
ored). East Boston, Boston 

Show Case Hanulbeturers. 

Haghes A« E. 809 Washington (see advt opp. p. 4), 

Boston 
Vaughan T., formerly 4 Merrimack, now 4 Charles- 
town, 

Solicitors of Patents. 

Brown Bros. 28 School (see advt. opp. p. 60) , Boston 

Spool Cotton for Boot and Shoe Trade. 

Merrick Thread Co. 276 Devonshire (see advt. 
opp. p. 61), Boston 

Stained and Cut Glass. 

Redding, Baird & Co. 152 Franklin (see advt. opp. 
p. 178), Boston 



u 



Stationers* 

Bates Thomas S. & Co. (wedding), 29 Avon (see 

advt. opp. p. 206), Boston 

Gay AaroD B. &Co. 122 State (see advt. p. 471), '' 



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DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



379 



11 



Steam Boilers. 

• » 

Bobinson Boiler Works, 28 State (see advt. p. 14), 

Boston 
Bteam Engines. 

Bobinson Boiler Works, 28 State (see advt. p. 14), Boston 

Steam Fire Engrine Hosq ManufieM^tarers. 

Boston Belting Ck>. 222 to 226 Devonehire (see 
advt. opp. Title), Boston 

Steam Heatinsr Apparatus. 

Walworth Manuf. Co. 16 Oliver (see advt opp. 
p. 259) , Boston 

Steam Ijannches. 

Ritchie Joseph A. rear 119 Sumner (see advt. p. 
472) , East Boston , Boston 

Steam Packing. 

Boston Belting Ck>. 222 to 226 Devonshire (see 
advt. opp. Title) , Boston 

Steam Packing ManufiMStarers. 

The Asbestos Packing Co. 169 Congress (see advt. 
fh>nt cover), Boston 

Steam Pipe and Boiler Covering. 

The Asbestos Packing Co. 169 Congress (see advt. 
front cover) , Boston 

Steam Yacht Builders. 

Wood^Brothers, Jeffries' Point (see advt. p. 471), 

East Boston, Boston 

Steam and Gas Pipe. 

Walworth Manof* Co. 16 Oliver (see advt. <^p. p. 
259) , Boston 

StencilSy Dies, Brushes, and Marking Colors. 

Jacobs Brothers, 26 North Market (see advt. p. 
472), Boston 

Stencils and Steel Stamiis. 

Jacobs Brothers, 26 North Market (see advt. p. 
472) , Boston 

Stitchers* Thread. 

Leeson J. B. & Co. 298 Devonshire, Boston 

Straw Board. 

Spanlding & Tewksbury, 238 Devonshire (see advt. 
opp. p. 60) , Boston 



380 



EB8EX OOUNTT DIBEOTORT. 



Tailors', Saddlers*, Carpet, and Bookbinders* 

Threads. 

LeesoQ J. B. A Co. 298 Devonshire, Boston 

Tanks, Yats, and Cisterns. 

Hill & Wright, 141 Sumner (see advt. front col- 
ored), East Boston, Boston 

Telegraphic Transfer of Money. 

Maverick National Bank, Water, cor. Congress (see 
advt. front cover), Boston 

Thread Bfannflactarers. 
Leeson J. B. db Co. 298 Devonshire, Boston 

Timber Dealers. 

McQuesten Geo. & Co. 170 Border (see advt. front 
colored), East Boston, Boston 

Tin Can Manufaetarers. 

Boston Can Co. 126 Milk, Boston 

Tin Lined Pipe. 

Boston Lead Manuf. Co. 24 and 26 Oliver (see 
advt. front colored), Boston 

Toe Calk Manufacturers. 

Dewick C. F. db Co. 860 Dorchester ave. (see advt. 
opp. p. 172), Boston 

Trees and Shrubs. 

Parker & Wood, 49 North Market (see advt. back 
colored), Boston 

Vitriol ManuflBM^turers. 

Cochrane Chemical Co. 55 Kilby (see advt. opp. 
p. 172), Boston 

Watch Case Manufacturers. 

Margot Brothers, 28 Water, Boston 

Water CaslcSp Tanks, etc. 

Hill & Wright, 141 Samner (see advt. fh>nt col- 
ored). East Boston, Boston 

Water and Oil Tanlcs. 

Robinson Boiler Works, 28 State (see advt. p. 
14), Boston 

Weather Strips. 

Pedrick W. E. 6 Charlestown (see advt. p. 470), Boston 



VJfiECtORY OF PATRONS. 



381 



Well Borer. 

Smith B. F. 266 Washington (see advt: fh>nt cover) , 

Bostoh 
Wbarf Builder. 

Mclnnis Alex., order box, 85 Hawley, Boston, resi- 
dence, 127 London, East Boston (see advt, p. 15), 

Boston 
White liCad Buckets and Kesrs* 

Hill & Wright, 141 Samner (see advt. front col- 
ored) , East Boston, Boston 

White Lead Manufiaeturers. 

Boston Lead Manuf. Co. 24 and 26 Oliver (see 
advt. front colored), Boston 

Window Glass Dealers. 

Bedding, Baird & Co. 152 Franklin (see advt. opp. 
p. 173), ' Boston 

Window Screens and Screen Doors. 

Fedrick W. E. 6 Charlestown (see advt. p. 470), Boston 

Wire Windows and Door Screens. 

Fedrick W. E. 6 Charlestown (see advt p. 470), Boston 

Wooden and Willow Ware Dealers. 

Hopkinson & Harden (manufacturers), 15 and 16 

Faneuil Hall sq. (see advt. Iront colored), Boston 

Farker & Wood, 49 ^'orth Market (see advt. back 
colored) , " 

Wrougrht Iron Pipe. 

Walworth Manuf. Co. 16 Oliver (see advt. opp. p. 

259), Boston 

Tacht Builders. 

Wood Brothers, Jeffhes' Foint (see advt. p. 471), 

East Boston, Boston 

Yacht SaUs. 

McManus J. H..& Son, 67 Commercial wharf (see 
advt. p. 14), Boston 



ESSES OOUNTT DI&ECTTOBT. 



MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT. 



THE GOVEBNMEHT OF M&SSAOEOSETTS FOB 1884. 



8M*BlMtlMi, nntTMwUj KftvtlM TlTrtManiUr in HonmlMr. 



Mat* Gh>T«riuiMi 



H Fint W«dii«*d»r In Jmurr- 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 

His Excellency, Geo. D. BobtnaoD, Chicopee, Ooverrur. 
His Honor, Oliver Ames, Eaaton, Lie^U. Oovemor. 



District 1. — Jonathan Boorne, New Bedford. 

*< 2. — Nathaniel Wales, Stoughton. 

" 3. —J. Haskell Butler, Somerville. 

" 4. — Patrick McGalre, Boston. 

*' 5. — Robert Tarr, Gloucester. 

" 6. — Charles S. Lilley, Lowell. 

" 7. — Eben A. Hall, Greenfield. 

" 8. — Zenas Crane, jr., Dalton. 

Private Sserttary of th» Oovemor, Edwih A. Grozibr, 

Halden. 
MtiaeTiger to the Oovernor and OouncH, Wm. H. Jastib, 

Lynn. 
Secretary of the Commonwealth, Hknbt B. Fisbcb, Abing- 

lon. 
Treasurer, Seceioer-Oeneral, and Deputy SEVw; Commis- 

rioner, Dahibl A. Gleason, Medford. 



laSCELLANEOUS DEPABTMENT. 



383 



Executive Department^ continued. 

Auditor of Accotints^ Charles B» Ladd, Springfield. 
Attomey'Oeneral^ Edgab J. Shebman, Lawrence. 
Assistant Attomey-Oeneralj Harvet N. Shepabd, Boston. 



qotsrmob's staff. 

Adjutant-OenercU. — (Rank, Major-General.) Samuel 

Dalton, Salem. 
Surgeon^OeneraL — (Bank, Brigadier-General.) Alfred 

F. Holt, Cambridge. 
Judge-Advocate-OeneraX. — (Rank, Brigadier-General.) 

Edward P. Nbttleton, Boston. 
ABsUiani Adjutant-GenercUs. — (Rank, Colonel.) Geo. 

A. Flagg, Millbury. (Rank, Lieut. Colonel.) Ed- 
ward H. Gilbert, Ware. 
Assistant Inspector-Oenerals. — (Rank, Colonel.) Horace 

T. Rockwell, Boston ; Edward E. Corrier, Maiden. 
Assistant-Qitartermaf^teT'Oenerais, — (Rank, Colonel.) 

Edwin D. Metoalf, Springfield ; Horace E. Botiiton, 

Boston. 
Aidea^e-Camp. — (Rank, Colonel.) Edward J. Russell, 

Worcester; William S. Greenough, Wakefield; 

Chas. H. Allen, Lowell ; John J. Whipple, Brockton. 



united states senators from MASSACHUSETTS. 

Henry L. Dawes, Pittsfield. . term expires March 4, 1887 
George F. Hoar, Worcester. . term expires March 4, 1889 

REPRESENTATIVES TO THE FORTT-EIQHTH CONGRESS FROM 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

[Terms expire March 4, 1885.] 

DiST. 

1. Robert T. Davis * Fall River 

2. John D. Long Hingham 

3. Ambrose A. Ranney Boston 

4. Patrick A. Collins Boston 

5. Leopold Morse Boston 

6. Henry B. Levering Lynn 

7. Eben F. Stone Newburyport 

8. William A. Russell Lawrence 

9. Theo. Lyman Brookline 

10. William W. Rice Worcester 

11. William Whitney Holyoke 

12. Francis W. Rockwell Chicopee 



884 



ESSEX OOUNTY DIREGTOBY. 



CDSTOM-HODSE OFFICERS. 

DISTRICT OF OLOUCBSTEB. 

Port of Oloucesler. — Fitz J. Babson, CoU. ; Addison Cen- 
tre, Dep. Coll, ; Aaron Parsons, Cltrk; B. F. Cook, 
Benjamin N. Blatchford, Sidney Gardner, Howard Low, 
T. F. Parsons, Jr., Frederick W.'Tibbett8,/Yurp«. ; Natban 
Dudle3\ George G. Reed, Jobn J. Coffin, Amos A. 
Story, Storekeepers : Henry DeVries, Boatman. 

DISTRICT OF KABBLEHBAD. 

Port of MavUehead. — Francis A. Osgood, CoU. ; E. A. 
Pitman, Jr., George H. Cbase, Dep. CoUs. 

DISTRICT OF HEWBURTFORT. 

Port of Newburyport. — William H. Huse, CoU, ; Daniel 
P. Pike, Dep. CoU. ; Moses Pettingell, William A. 
Little, Inspectoral Weighers ^ and Gangers; Jobn D. 
Parson, Janitor. 

DISTRICT OF SALBK AND BSyRRLT. 

Port of Salem — Cbarles H. Odell, CoU. ; A. F. Hitcb- 
ins, Dep. Coll. : W. H. Goldsmitb, G. Parker Bray, H. 
B. Griffin, In^ps. ; Stepben A. Powars, Inspector and 
Boatman ; Samnel Ordell, Janitor. 

Port of Beverly. — Gustavus Obear, Inspector. 



POST-OFFICES AND POSTMASTERS IN ESSEX 

COUNTY. 



Amesburt, 
Akdover, 

Ballardyale, 
Annisquam, see Gloncester. 
Abticuokb, see West Newbnry. 
Asylum Station, see Danvers. 
AsBURT Groyb, see Hamilton. 
Ater*8 Village, see HaverbilL 
Ballardyale, see Andover. 
Bay View, see Gloncester. 
Beach Bluff, see Swampscott. 
Beyerly, 

Beyerly Farms, 

North Beyerly, 



J. W. Goodricb 
William Marland 
Cbarles H. Marland 



F. E. Porter 

Isaac S. Day 

Lyman Bisbop 



1 ......,, 

MI80ELLANEOUS DEPABTMKNT. 385 


BOXT^RD, 


Frederick A.. Howe 


Ea8t Boxfobd, 




West Boxford, 


W. Harrlman 


Bradford, 


William Hilton 


Ward Hill, 


George F. Bradstreet 


Btfield, see Newbury. 




Cliftomdalb, see Saagus. 




Danybrs, 


J. E. Hood 


AsTLiTH Station, 


J. W. Pelrce 


Damters Centre, 


F. A. Wilkins 


Danvbrspokt, 


David Mead 


Taplbtvillb, 


N. P. Merriman 


Essex, 


Leighton E. Perkins 


Gboboetown, 


0. S. Butler 


Gloucester, 


David W. Low 


Annisquah, 


John D. Davis 


Bat View, 


H. H.Bennett 


East Gloucester, 


Joseph Parsons 


Lanesville, 


F. E. Griffln 


Magnolia, 


Sophia J. Tuck 


West Gloucbseer, 


H. C. L. Hankell 


Groveland, 


C. H. Hopkinson 


South Groveland, 


W. H. Parker 


Hamilton, 


Frank C. Norton 


AsBURT Grove, 




Haverhill, 


William E. Blunt 


East Haverhill, 


John B. Nichols, 2d 


Ipswich, 


John H. Cogswell 


Lanesville, see Gloucester, 




Lawrbncb, 


George S. Merrill 


Lynn, 


J. G. B. Adams 


Lynnfield, 


James Jackson 


Ltnnfibld Centre, 


F. P. Russell 


Magnolia, see Gloucester. 




Manchester, 


Julius F. Rabardy 


Nanepashemet, 


Frank P. Luce 


Marblehead, 


Knotty. Martin 


Merrikac, 


G. E. Ricker 


Merrihagport, 


C. E. Rowell 


Mbthubn, 


Samuel G. Sargent 


Midddeton, 


Joseph A. Batchelder 


Nahant, 


T. Dexter Johnson 


Nanepashemet, see Marblehead. 




Newbury, 


Daniel Lunt 


Byfield, 


W. H. Rogers 


South Byfield, 


Isaac W. Wheelwright 


Nbwburyport, 


Isaac P. Noyes 


North Andover, 


Isaac F. Osgood 


North Amdover Depot, 


C. A, Pilling 

• 



25 



886 



K88EX COUNTY DIBEGTORY. 



Post-offices and Postmaatersy continued. 
Peabodt, 

South Peabodt, 

West Peabodt, 
Pigeon Cote, see Bockport. 
rockport, 

Pigeon Coys, 

ROWLBT, 

Salem, 
Salisbury, 

East Salisbubt, 
Saugus, 

East Saugus, 

Cliftondale, 
South Bteibld, see Newbaiy. 
Swaxpscott, 

Bbaoh Bluff, 
Tafletyille, see DanYers. 

TOPSFIELDy 

Wenham, 

West Danybbs, see Peabody. 

West Newbubt, 

Abtichokb, 
Ward Hill, see Bradford. 



Geo. Kandall 

Ann Tudbary 

E. S. Plaisted 

William Wingood jr. 

Austin W. Story 

Frank E. Jackson 

J. Frank Dalton 

J. F. Bassett 

P. E. Moulton 

John E. Stocker 

C. Mills 

Albert H. Sweetser 

Daniel P. Stimpson 
Wesley Clough 

John Bailey 
A. D. Trout 

Henry T. Bailey 
Mrs. Cutting 



United States Postal Regulations. 

Postal cards, one cent each, to all parts of tiie United 
States and Canada. 

Letters, and all other mailable matter of other classes 
subject to letter postage by reason of a Tiolation of the 
postal laws, 2 cents per half-ounce to all parts of the 
United States and Canada. 

On registered domestic letters and third-class matter an 
additional fee of 10 cents is required. 

Local or ^* drop " letters, that is, for the city or town 
where deposited, 2 cents if delivered by carriers, and 1 
cent if there is no carrier system, per half-ounce. 

Manuscript (except when accompanied by proof sheets) 
chargeable as letters; when accompanied by proofs at 
third-class rates. 

Newspapers, to each actual subscriber in the county 
where published, free of postage (except at letter carriers' 
offices) . 

Newspapers (except weekly) , deposit at letter carriers' 
offices, 1 cent, prepaid by btamp. 

Newspapers, transient excepted, to be prepaid at the 



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MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT. 



387 



office of pablication at 2 cents per pound, or fraction 
thereof. 

Periodicals under two ounces in weight, one cent ; oyer, 
2 cents, prepaid by stamp. 

Packages of mail matter must not exceed four pounds 
each in weight, except in cases of single volume. 

One cents for two ounces — Almanacs, books (printed 
on blank), calendars, catalogues, corrected proofs, hand- 
bills, magazines when not sent to regular subscribers, 
maps (mounted on paper), lithographed or engraved 
music (printed sheet), newspapers when not sent to r^- 
ular subscribers, occasional publications, phamphlets, 
posters, proof-sheets, prospectuses, chromo*lithographs, 
circulars, enslaving!, photographic views, printed cards, 
stereoscopic views and regular publications designed 
primarily for advertising purposes, or for free circulation 
at nominal rates. 

One cent for each ounce — Blank cards, drawings, de- 
signs, plans, cardboard, and other flexible material, en- 
velopes, flexible patterns, letter envelopes, letter paper, 
models, ornamental paper, postal cards when sent in bulk 
and not addressed, photographic paper, printed blanks, 
sample cards, samples of ores, metals, minerals, and mer- 
chandise, seeds, cuttings, bulbs, roots, scions, maps 
(mounted on cloth), and packages of mail matter. 

Undelivered letters and postal cards can be resent to a 
new address without additional charge. 

Senders may write their names on transient newspapers, 
books, etc., preceded by the word ^* fh>m." 

Stamps cut from stamped envelopes are rejected by the 
post-office. 

Stamped envelopes and wrappers, postal cards, and 
stamps of difierent denominations for sale at post-offices. 

Stamped envelopes aocidently spoiled redeemed at any 
post-office. 

Letters addressed to the departments in Washington 
must be prepaid. 

The Registration Fee on letters or sealed packages to 
any part of the United States is ten cents, in addition to 
postage paid in full. Registry fee to Canada is five cents ; 
to England and Germany, eight cents. 

Foreign Postage. — Letters per half ounce, to Great 
Britain and Ireland, five cents. 

German Empire, five cents. 

France, five cents. 

Italy, five cents. 

Switzerland, five cents. 

Denmark, five cents. 

Belgium, five cents. 



388 



E88EX OOUNTT DIKBOTOBY. 



United States Postal BegulationSj contintied. 

Spain, five cents. 

Austria, five cents. 

Russia, five cents. 

Mexico, ten cents. 

Jamaica (direct mail), five cents. 

Brazil (via England), twentj-one cents; (via Havana), 
thirteen cents. 

Japan, five cents. 

Cuba, five cents. 

Venezuela, thirteen cents. 

Sandwich Isles, six cents. 

East Indies (via San Francisco) , ten cents. 

Australia (British mail, via Southampton and Suez), 
fifteen cents. 

Borneo (via Southampton), twenty-seven cents; (via 
Brindisi) , thirty-one cents. 

Ecuador, twenty cents. 

Peru, seventeen cents. 

Chili, seventeen cents. 

Morocco, fifteen cents. 

Liberia, fifteen cents. 

Grold Coast, fifteen Qents. 

Greenland, five cents. 

Iceland, five cents. 

Egypt, five cents. 

RATES OF COMHISSIOV CHAROSD FOR HOKET ORDERS. 

On orders not exceeding $10, eight cents ; over tlO and 
not exceeding $15, ten cents; over $15 and not exceeding 
$30, fifteen cents ; over $30 and notexceeding $40, twenty 
cents ; over $40 and not exceeding $50, twenty-five cents ; 
over $50, and not exceeding $60, thirty cents ; over $60 
and not exceeding $70, thirty-five cents ; over $70 and 
not exceeding $80, forty cents ; over $80 and not exceed- 
ing $100, forty-five cents. A single money order may in- 
clude any amount from one cent to one hundred dollars 
inclusive, but must not contain a fractional part of a cent. 



MONEY ORDER OFFICES IN ESSEX COUNH. 



Amesbury, 

Andover, 

Beverly, 

Gloucester, 

Haverhill, 

Lawrence, 

Lynn, 



Marblehead, 

Methuen, 

Newbury port. 

North Andover Depot, 

Peabody, 

Salem, 

Saugus, 



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389 



POPULATION OF ESSEX COUNH. 

Agcobdinq to the U. S. Census of 1880. 



Amesbury • • 3,355 

Andover 5,171 

Beverly 8,445 

Boxford 824 

Bradford 2,643 

Danvers 6,636 

Essex 1,670 

Georgetown 2,231 

Glouoester 19,329 

Groveland 2,227 

Hamilton 935 

Haverhill 18,475 

Ipswich 3,699 

Lawrence 39,178 

Lynn 38,284 

Lynnfield 686 

Manchester 1,640 

Marblehead 7,467 

Merrimao 2,237 



Methuen 4,392 

Middleton 1,000 

Nahantr 808 

Newbury 1,666 

Newburyport 13,537 

North Andover 3,217 

Peabody 9,028 

Rockport 3,912 

Rowley 1,201 

Salem 27,598 

Salisbury 4,079 

Saugus 2,626 

Swampscott 2,501 

Topsfield 1,165 

Wenham 889 

West Newbury 1,989 

Total ....244,640 



JUDICIARY. 

SUPBBMB JUDICIAL OOUBT. 

Marcus Morton, Andover, Chief Justice. Walbridge A- 
Field, Boston; Charles Devens, Worcester; Wm. 
Allen, Northampton ; Charles Allen, Boston ; Waldo 
Colburn, Dedham ; Oliver Wendell Holmes, jr., Boston, 
Justices. John Lathrop, Boston, Reporter, E. J. 
Sherman, Lawrence, Jitomey-QeneraU John Noble, 
Boston, Clerk. 

Law term for Essex County, at Salem, First Tuesday in 
November. 

Terms for the trial of jury cases, at Salem, third Tues- 
day in April, and first Tuesday in November. 

SUPERIOR COURT. 

Lincoln F. Brigham, Salem, Chief Justice. Julius Bock- 
well, Lenox ; Robert C. Pitman, William S. Gardner, 
Newton ; John W. Bacon, Natick ; P. Emory Aldrich, 
Worcester; Hamilton B. Staples, Worcester; Caleb 



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Judiciary^ continued, 

Blodgett, Boston ; Albert Mason, Brookline ; Jame? M. 
Barker, Pittsfield, Justices, Joseph A. WilUrd, Bos- 
ton. Clerk. Edwin A. Wadleigh, Boston, AsaistarU 
Clerk, John F. Manning, Boston, Clerk {criminal 
husineBsJ) 
Terms of the Court for Essex Coanty, at Salem, first 
Monday June and Decembet (ct't^), fourth Monday, in 
January {criminal) ; at Lawrence, First Monday in 
March (ofvi'O, first Monday in October (criminal) ; at 
Newburyport, first Monday in September {civil) ^ second 
Monday in May (criminal), Du^trict Attorney^ — 
Henry F. Hnrlburt, Lynn. 

POLICE COURTS. 

Olouceiter, — James Davis, Standivg Justice, Elbridge 

6. Friend, Special Justice, S. D. York, Gloucester, 

Clerk, 
EaverhiU. — Henry Carter, Standing Justice. Heniy N. 

Merrill, Ira A. Abbott, Special Justices. Edward B. 

George, Clerk. 
Lawrence. — Nathan W. Harmon, Standing Justice. 

Charles U. Bell, Wilbur F. Gile, Special Justices. 

Henry F. Hopkins, Clerk. 
Lynn. -^ Rollin £. Harmon, Standing Justice. Ira B. 

Keith, John W. Berry, Special Justices. Henry C. 

Oliver, Clerk. 
Newburyport. — John N. Pike, Standing Justice. David 

L. Withington, Horace I. Bartiett, Special Justices. 

E. F. Bartlett, Clerk. 

DISTBIOT OOUBT. 

First Essex District court, held at Salem. Jurisdiction 
in Salem, Beverly, Danvers, Hamilton, Middleton, 
Topsfield, and Wenbam. Joseph B. F Osgood, 
Standing Justice. Daniel E. Safford, Nathaniel J. 
Holden, Special Justices. Samuel P. Ajidrews, Clerk, 

FROBATB COURT. 

George F. Choate, Salem, Judge. Begisterj Jeremiah T. 

Mahoneyi Salem. Assistant Megistery Ezra D. Hines, 

Danvers. 
Records kept at oflQce of Register, Court House, Salem. 



SESSIONS OF PROBATE COURT. 

At Gloucester, fourth Mondays in April and October. 
At Haverhill, second Mondays in April and October. 



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At Lawrence, second Mondays in January, March, May, 
Jane, July, September and November. 

At Newburyport, fonrth Mondays in January, March, 
June, July, September and November. 

At Salem, first and third Mondays in each month, ex- 
cept third Monday in August. 



ESSEX COUNTY. 

Incorporated Mat 10, 1648. 
Shire Touma.. ..iSaJem, Newburyport and Lawrence. 

OOUNTT OFFIOEBS. 

County Commissionere^ John W. Baymond, Beverly ; Ed- 
ward B. Bishop, Haverhill ; Geo. J. L. Colby, Newbury- 
port. 

Clerk of Courts^ Alfred A. Abbott, Peabody. 

Assistant Clerk ofLourts^ Geo. B. Lord, Salem. 

Registers of Deeds^ John B. Poor, Lawrence, Northern 
District; Charles S. Osgood, Salem ; James Shatswell, 
Assistant^ Salem, Southern District. 

County Treasurer^ £. Kendall Jenkins, Andoyer. 

Sheriffs Horatio G Herrick, Lawrence. 

District Attorney^ Henry F. Hurlburt, Lynn ; Charles A. 
DeCourcy, Assistant, Lawrence. 



DEPUTT SHBRIFVS. 

Andover, George S. Cole. 

Danvers, Daniel J. Preston. 

Essex, Ezra Perkins. 

Oeorgetoumy Henry P. Noyes. 

Olovcestery Wm. Cronin. 

Haverhm^ Phineas £. Davis, Frederick O. Baymond. 

Ipsvnchy Joseph Spiller. 

Lawrence^ Alanson Briggs, Elmer A. Briggs, John P. 
Bradstreet. 

Lynn, Chas. M. Merritt, Edwin J. Medbery. 

Marhlehead^ Francis A. Osgood. 

Methuen, Chas. E. Goss. 

Newburyport^ C. L- Ayers. 

Salem, Daniel Potter, Samuel A. Johnson, Samuel B. 
Hathaway. 

Salisbury y C. W. Morrill. 



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Essex County^ continued. 

JAILEBS. 

Newburyport^ Chas. L. Ajers. 
ScUeniy Samuel R. Hathaway. . 
Lavorenccj Horatio G. Herrick. 

HABTEB OF HOUSE OF CORBBCTIOK. 

Ipswichj Torick 6. Hurd. 

oomassiONBR to quauft civil officebs. 
Chas. P. Thompson, Gloucester and Salem. 

MASTERS IN CHANCBRT. 

John W. Tilton, Haverhill. 
Andrew C. Stone, A. R. Sanborn, Lawrence. 
Thos. B. NewhalU Wm. C. Fabans, Lynn. 
Geo. F. Choate, N. J. Holden, Charles W. Richardson, 
Salem. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Amesbury. George H. Briggs, Orlando S. Baley, 
George W. Cate, Horace H. Currier, James H. Davis, 
Joseph Merrill, Chas. A. Nayson, £dward H. Rowell, 
George Turner. 

Andover. Joseph F. Allen, Samuel H. Bout well, 
George L. Davis, John H. Flint, Geo. W. Foster, Moses 
Foster, George Foster, Chas. H. Marland, Marcus Morton, 
Geo. H. Poor, Geo. Ripley, Joseph A. hmart, Benjamin 
F. Smith, Louis Weil. 

Beverly. Hooper A. Appleton, Joseph F. Appleton, 
John I. Baker, Fred W. Choate, Perry Collier, Francis J. 
Crowell, Wm. R. Driver, Robert R. Endioott, S. Augus- 
tus Endicott, Samuel A. Fuller, Edward L. Giddings, 
William R. Gordon, Josiah A. Haskell, James Hill, 
Chas. H. Kilham, Issachar Lefavour, Abraham B. Lord, 
Augustus P. Loring, William H. Lovett, Jeremiah Murphy, 
Francis Norwood, Joseph £. Ober, Samuel Porter, Dennis 
W. Quill, George Roundy, Samuel H. Stone, Seth T. 
Thacher, Joseph D. Tuck, Richard P. Waters, John H. 
Watson, John H. Woodbury. 

Boxford. BenJ. S. Barnes, Ancill Dorman, Sidney 
Perley, James H. Webster ; West Boxford, Edward E. 
Pearl. 

Bradford. Geo. F. Bradstreet, Henry Carter, H. E. 
Chadwick, George Cogswell, Walter W. Currier, Chas. 



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393 



B. Emerson, Harry H. Hale, Wm. Hilton, Samuel W. 
Hopkinson, Albert L. Kimball, Nathaniel T. Kimball, 
Nathan Longfellow, Francis H. Pearl 

Danvers. Israel W. Andrews, Joshua Bragdon, Dan- 
iel N. Crowley, Jos. W. Derby, Ernest B. Eaton, Samuel 
P. Fowler, Edward L\ Hill, Ezra D. Hines, Walter S. 
Lovejoy, Dudley A. Massey, David Mead, Andrew Nich- 
ols, Stephen H. Phillips, John W. Porter, Israel H., Put- 
nam, Webster F. Putnam, Stephen C. Rose, Nathaniel W. 
Starbird, Jr., Cbas. Tapley, George Taplev, William L. 
Weston, John F. Whipple, Alden A. White, Alden P. 
White. 

Essex. David W. Bartlett, Nehemiah Burnham, Frank 
T. Pomeroy, Frank C. Richartison, Ebenezer Stanwood. 

Oeorgetoum. Wm. A. Butler, Hiram N. Harriman, 
Wm. H. Harriman, C. E. Jewett, Boyd Bradshaw Jones, 
Jeremiah P. Jones, Nathaniel N. Jones, Gorham D. Ten- 
ney, Orlando B. Tenney, Richard Tenney. 

Oloucester. Albert C. Andrews, Edward Babson, John 
J. Babson, Henry A. Burnham, Humphrey L. Calder, 
Addison Center, Henry Center, Benj. H. Corliss, John 
Corliss, Wm. Cronin, John Cunningham, Wm. T. Cun- 
ningham, James Davis, Wm. P. Dolliver, Robert R. Fears, 
John J. Flaherty, Hazen L. Follansbee, William W. 
French, Elbridge G. Friend, Howard E. Gaffney, Joseph 
Garland, Henry C. L. Haskell, Henry C. Hubbard, James 
S. Jewett, John J. Jones, Geo. E. Lane, David W. Low, 
George J. Marsh, Charles Marston, Joseph A. Moore, 
Michael J. McNeirney, Aaron Parsons, Wm. A. Pew, jr., 
Greo. W. Plnmmer, Jos. O. Proctor, John Robinson, Al* 
Ian Rogers, Cbas. A. Russell, Levi Saunders, Samuel E. 
Sawyer, John Hv Stacy, Munroe Stevens, C3^rus Story, 
Chas. P. Thompson, Moses Tarr, John Trask, John S. 
Webber, John S. Webber, jr., Wm. Williams, Geo. F. 
Winter, Sumner D. York. 

Omveland. Charles H. Hopkinson, Gardner P. Ladd, 
Jeremiah B. P. Ladd, Chas. F. Payne, Chas. G. Savary. 

Hamilton. Otis F. Brown, Jonathan Lamson, Joseph 
V. Levering, Daniel E. Safford. 

EaverhiU. Ira A. Abbott, James M« Ball, Daniel C. 
Bartlett, Horace £. Bartlett, Nathaniel C. Bartlett, Orin 
Bartlett, Wm. E. Blunt, Benjamin F. Brickett, Calvin 
Butrick, Henry Cummings, Anthony D. Crepeau, Alpheus 
Currier, J. M. Davis, Phineas E. Davis, Geo. J. Dean, 
Geo. W. Duncan, Luther Emerson, Orenzo T. Emerson, 
Jones Frankle, E. G. Frothingham, Edmund B. Fuller, 
Edwin Gage, John A. Gale, Edward B. George, Walter 
S. Goodell, Hazen B. Goodrich, James W. Goodwin, 
Jesse H. Harriman, E. P. Hill, Frank A. Houston, Edwin 



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Justices of the Peace, continued. 
H. Hojt, Elias T. Ingalls, Addison B. Jaques, Wm. 
Jeffers, Jos. K. JenDess, Gyles Merrill, Henry N. Merrill, 
Samnel Merrill, Wm. H. Moodv, George W. Noyes, Ray- 
DQond Noyes, John A. Page, Charles H. Poor, John M. 
Poor, Benjamin Addison Sawyer, Ira O. Sawyer, Leonard 
V. Spaulding, Martin L. Stoyer, Levi Taylor, Martin 
Taylor, Dayid B. Tenney, Alfted M. Tilton, John W. 
Tilton, Robert D. Trask, J. Otis Wardweli, Geo. W. 
Wentworth, John J. Winn, E. G. Wood. 

Ipswidi. Wesley E. Bell, Theo. F. Cogswell, Gilbert 
Conant, George Haskell, Yorick G. Hund, Edward P. 
Kimball, J. Brown Lord, Joseph Boss, Charles A. Say- 
ward, Jos. Spiller, Geo. D. Wildes. 

Latorenoe. George G. Abbott, Nathaniel Ambrose, 
BenJ. C. Ames, Moses H. Ames, Pardon Armington, 
Horace C. Baoon, Melvin Beal, Charles H. Bean, Milton 
Bonney, Jonathan C. Bowker, Chas. U. Bell, Elmer A. 
Briggs, Edward H. Brown, Elbridge T. Burleigh, Albert 
V. Bugbee, Geo. D. Cabot, Edward Caufy, Alfred P. 
Clark, Jos. Cleveland, Thomas H. Conway, James B. 
Crossley, Ebeuezer B. Currier, John E. Gushing, Samuel 
M. Davis, S. B. W. Davis, Chas. A. DeCourcy, Daniel 
F. Dolan, Thomas D. Dolan, Chas. W. Drake, Geo. H. 
Eaton, Jnm<-s H. Eaton, Fred. P. Fogg, John P. Giimore, 
Fisk W. Gile, John L. Gile, Nathan W. Harmon, Robert 
A. Harmon, James Hazen, jr., Gilbert E. Hood, Henry 
F. Hopkins. Jas. M. Hubbard, Horatio G. Herrick, Moses 
F. Hutchlns, Wm. H. Jaquith, Timothy Kane, John J. 
Kilbride, Wm. S. Knox, Peter W. Lyall, Alvin E. Mack, 
Geo. S. Mernll, Michael P. Merrill, Z. Taylor 
Merrill, Winfield G. Merrill, William F. Moyes, 
John K. Norwood, Elbridge B. Osgood, Edward B. 
O'Connor, Thomas A. Parsons, Jos. L. Partridge, Wm. 
R. Pedrick, Eugene Penneton, Moses Perkins, John R. 
Poor, D. Frank Robinson, Phineas B. Robinson, John R. 
Rollins, Joseph H. Safford, John C. Sanborn, Aretas R. 
Sanborn, Chas F. Sargent, Daniel Saunders, Edgar J. 
Sherman, James R. Simpson, Joseph V. Sweeney, 
Daniel M. Spooner, Wm. W. Spalding, Andrew C. Stone, 
Albert D. Swan, John P. Sweeney, John K. Tarhox, Robt. 
H. Tewksbury, Thomas F Tucker, Wm. L. Thompson, 
Byron Truell, Adolph P. Vorholz, George L. Weil, Al- 
phonso E. White, Samuel White, Henry S. Wilson, Duncan 
Wood, Nathaniel G. White, Horace A. Wadsworth, Jas. 
M. Wheaton. 

Lynn, Marshall H. Abbott, John G. B. Adams, David 
O. Allen, Frank P. Allen, Gustavus Andrews, Cornelius 
Ahearn, Frank W. Atkins, David Austin, Alfred L. Baker, 



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395 



Ezra Baker, Fred E. Baker, John R. Baldwin, J. C. Batch- 
elder, John Batchelder, John A. Berry, Greo. B. Blodgett, 
Abijah E. Blood, C. H. Boardman, Sjlvester B. Breed, 
Wilfred Breed, Edwin A. Berdge, Wm. A. Brown, Eben 
Beckford, Hiram N. Breed, John H. Bubier, Charles I. 
Barrows, George J. Carr, Christopher D. Chadwell, Wm. 
D. Chamberlain, Nathan D. A. Clark, Ljrman F. Chase, 
Charles G. Clark, Charles F. Coffin, John F. Donahue, 
Edward S. Davis, Geo. H. Driver, Geo. H. S. Driver, 
Augustus B. Flanders, William C. Fabens, Chas. C. Fay, 
Chas. O. Floyd, Thomas F. Gallagher, Chas. W. Geer, 
Heniy H. Green, J. Rodman Guindon, George C. Hig- 
gins, John C. Harrington, Isaac K. Harris, Joseph F. 
Harmon, Bollin £. Harmon, Chas. A. Hammond, Nathan 
M. Hawkes, Frank H. Hill, James W. Hilliker, Wm. 
Howland, Wm. S. Hoyt, Wm. C. Holder, John F. Hay, 
Chas. H. Hudson, Denison G. Hunt, Henry F. Hurlburt, 
Ephraim A. Ingalls, Jerome Ingalls, Otis 8. Johnson, T. 
Dexter Johnson, Nathaniel Ingalls, Wm. F. Johnson, 
George Jenkins, Rofbs Kimball, Ira B. Keith, Thomas B. 
Knight, Caleb Lamson, Larkin A. Lang, Charles Leigh- 
ton, Jacob M. Lewis, James S. Lewis, Wm. H. Lucie, 
Chas. H. Mansfield, Frank B. Marshman, Edwin J. Med- 
berry, James T. Moulton, Cyrus C. Mayberry, Frank N. 
Madge, Henry E. Newhall, James R. Newhall, Thos. B. 
Newhall, M. P. Nickerson, Wm. H. Niles, Wm. F. 
Noonan, Henry C. Oliver, Chas. E. Parsons, Edward P. 
Parsons, Edwin Patch, Dean Peabody, Benjamin K. Pren- 
tiss, Wm. D. Pool, BenJ. F. Peach, jr., Chas. J. Pickford, 
Benj. E. Porter, Benj. K. Prentiss, jr., William Porter, 
Clarence A. Rogers, Stephen R. Rogers, Thomas H. Ro- 
nayne, Simon J. Roney, Geo. D. Sargeant, James M. Sar- 
gent, Greo. L. Shorey, John L. Shorey, Patrick Strain, 
Everett N. Silsbee, James B. Silsbee, James H. Sisk, 
Eben F. P. Smith, Chas. N. Stevens, Arthur L. Sweetser, 
David H. Sweetser, Amos P. Taplev, Chas. E. Todd, 
Waldo Thompson, Cyrus M. Tracy, George O. Tarbox, 
Geo. B. Tucker, Calvin B. Tuttle, Edward P. Usher, 
Roland G. Usher, Benj. A. Ward, James H. Whitmore, 
Frank G. Woodbury, John Woodbury, John P. Wood- 
bury, Louis A. Wyman. 

Lynnfleld. Harry L. Brickett, Stephen Oilman, 
George L. Hawkes, Andrew Mansfield, Stephen G. 
Nash, Josiah Newhall. Lynvfield Centre. John M. 
Danforth, Francis P. Russell. 

Manchester. John H. Cheever, John Price, Julius 
F. Rabardy, Joseph Proctor, William H. Tappan. 

Marblehead. Geo. 0. Abbott, Geo. F. Allen, Robert C. 
Bridge, Wm. B. Brown, Allen W. Clough, Wm. H. Coates, 



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ESSEX OOUNTT DIBEGTOBY. 



Justices of the Peaces continued. 
John Conway, Jr., Benj. W. Crowninshield, Simeon Dodge, 
Stephen C. Felton, Wm. Gillej, Thomas Ingal Is, jr., Rich- 
ardson Knowland, Chas. H. Litchman, Wm. Nutting, jr., 
Chas. W. Osgood, Everett Paine, Ebenezer A. Pitman, jr., 
Luther G. Pitman, Wm. Reynolds, William D. F, Trefry, 
Samael S. Treflrey, Jouatban H. Orne, Benj. P. Ware. 

Merrimac, George Otis Goodwin, Thomas H. Hoyt, 
Daniel J. Poore, Charles E. Rowell, Bailey Sargent, M. 
Perry Sargent, David M. Tuksbury. 

Methuen. Chas. F. Abbott, Adams H. Cogswell, Ja- 
cob Emerson, John W. Frederick, George W. Gage, 
Joseph S. Howe, James Ingalls, James O. Parker, Thomas 
Pearsons, William M. Rogers, Samuel G. Sargent, John 
E. Sawyer, Wm. C. Sleeper. 

Middleton. Joseph A. Batchelder, Wm. A. Phelps. 

Nahant. Geo. Abbott James, Edward J. Johnson, 

E. Francis Parker, Joseph T. Wilson. 

Newbury. Luther Dame, Edward Dummer, Wm. C. 
Johnson, Henry B. Little, Wm. Little, Horace F. Loug- 
fellow, Gorham D. Rogers, Hermon D. Rogers, Joseph 
N. Rolfe. West Newbury. Lawrence H. Bailey, John C. 
Carr, Wm. Meirill, Chas. W. Ordway, Orin Warren. 
• Newburyport. David J. Adams, Edward F. Bartlett, 
J. C. M. Bayley, John T. Brown, Sylvester B. Carter, 

F. J. Coffin, John Coombs, Robert Couch, John J. Cur- 
rier, Warren Currier, Chas. C. Dame, B. Gurdiner Gerrish^ 
Jos. G. Gerrish, Nath'l Greely, Benj. Hale, Francis A. 
Howe, Moses E. Hale, Frank W. Hale, Joshua Hale, Jr., 
Philip K. Hills, Thos. Huse, Andrew J. Haynes, Geo.W. 
Jack man, Harrison G. Johnson, John L. Knight, John A. 
Maynard, David J. Merrill, Wm. H. Merrill, Henry W. 
Moulton, Nathan A. Moulton, Edward A. Moseley, 
Edward S. Moseley, Amos Noyes, Daniel P. Pike, John 
N. Pike, Lawrence W. Piper, Francis W. Putnam, Moses 

D. Randall, Nathaniel Pierce, Thomas C. Simpson, jr., 
Geo. H. Stevens, David Smith, Edmund Smith, Chas. C. 
Stockman, Eben F. Stone, Arthur J. Teeling, David L. 
Wilhington, Henry B. Wheelwright. 

IS/orth Andover. Joseph H. Adams, Hollis R. Bailey, 
John G. Brown, D. A. Carleton, William J. Dale, William 
J. Dale, jr. , John Elliott, Herbert W. Field, Newton Par- 
ker Frye, Edward W. Green, George L. Harris, Milon S. 
Jenkins, James T. Johnson, John F. Kimball, Wm. T. 
MoKane, Isaac F. Osgood, Albert Poor, Henry J. Stevens, 
Moses T. Stevens, Eben Sutton, J. H. Sutton, J. A. Wiley. 

Peabody. Lewis Allen, Francis H. Appleton, Sidney C. 
Bancroft, Melville P. Beckett, Orville B. Chadwick, Chas. 

E. Hoag, Charles D. Howland, Frank E. Famham, 



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397 



r 



Charles D. Howard, Edward W. Jacobs, Frank C. James, 
P. King, Edward McCarthy, Amos Merrill, Henry M. 
Osborn, Greorge A. Osbom, George F. Osbom, Theodore 
M. Osborn, Benjamin C. Perkins, Nathan H. Poor, 
Thomas W. Simpson, Wm. Sutton, A. Barney Tasker, 
James H. Thomas, Henry H. Proetor, Joseph Warren 
Upton, Henry Wardwell, Chas. A. Weare. 

Eockport. Zeno A. Appleton, Eben Blatchford, Jason 
L. Cartiss, Henry Dennis, Jr., William B. Eaton, Geo. 
A. Lowe John W. Marshall, Joseph Manning, Alfred Par- 
sons, Calyin W. Pool, John C. Pierce, James 8. Rogers, 
Henri N. Woods, N. F. S. York. 

Rowley* Joshua N. Foss, Daniel Harris Hale, Jacob 
Kent, Benj. P. Mighill, J. Scott Todd. 

Salem. James F. Almy« Samuel P. Andrews, Everett 
E. Austin, Geo. E. Batchelder, Edward C. Battis, Charles 

A. Benjamin, Hubbard Breed, Clifford Brigham, Augus- 
tus S. Brown, Henry A. Brown, Horace Brown, Caleb 
Buflfiim, Alonzo P. Burnham, Samuel B. Buttrick, Oliver 
Carlton, George F. Choate, Frank H. Clarke, William 
Cogswell, Wm. R. Colby, Perry Collier, William F. M. 
Collins, Greo. A. Copeland, Francis Cox, Geo. W. Creesy, 
Geo. R. Curwen, James B. Curwen, J. Frank Dalton, 
George P. Daniels, John D. Eaton, Forrest L. Evans, 
James A. P>ans, Andrew Fitz, Geo. F. Flint, Caleb 
Foote, William H. Foster, William J. Foster, Charles B. 
Fowler, William F. Gavett, Rufus B. Gifford, James A. 
Gillis, Abner C. Goodell, jr., William H. Gove, Frederick 
Grant, Benjamin A. Gray, Leonard B. Harrington, Clias. 
H. Hayward, Charles H. Henderson, A. Frank Hitchings, 
ISathaniel J. Holden, Geo. Holman, Thos. F. Hunt, 
Arthur L. Huntington, George B. Ives, Stephen B. Ives, 
jr., Greorge R. Jewett, Samuel A. Johnson, Thomas H. 
Johnson, William H. Kendall, Walter A. Kezar, David 

B. Kimball, James Kimball, John Kinsman, John H. 
Langmaid, Greo. R. Lord, Geo. B. Loring, Samuel A. 
Maclntire, Jeremiah T. Mahoney, Patrick J. McCusker, 
Henry M. Meek, Henry P. Moulton, Wm. D. Northend, 
Wm. W. Northend, William Northey, Charles Odell, 
Charles S. Osgood, Joseph B. F. Osgood, William L. 
Palmer, Ira J. Patch, Edward H.Payson, Geo. W. Pease, 
William Perry, Wm. P. Phillips, WUliard P. Phillips, 
George D. Phippen, John Pickering, Charles H. Pinkham, 
jr., Samuel A. Potter, Frederick G. Preston, Charles H. 
Price, Dennis W. Quill, John M. Raymond, Charles M. 
Richardson, Charles W. Richardson, Nathaniel C. Rob- 
bins, William F. Rodigras, Benjamin W. Russell, Joseph 
H. Safford, Charles Sewall, James Shatswell, Nathaniel 
G. Simonds, William H. Simonds, jr., George E. Stan- 



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Justices of the Peace^ continued. 
iford, William S. Stearns, Augustus Story, Gilbert L. 
Streeter, Wm. Sulliyan, Charles H. Symonds, Chas. N. 
Symouds, Nathaniel G. Symonds, George W. Todd, 
Joseph Hardy Towne, Leverett S. Tuckerman, O. W. H. 
Upham, William P. Upham, Nathaniel A. Very, Eben N. 
Walton, Alonzo P. Weeks, George Wheatland, Henry 
Wheatland, George M. Whipple, George W. Williams, 
Charles S. Wilson, Ezra L. Woodbury, Frank V. Wright, 
Isaac C. Wyman. 

Salisbury. Charles L. Allen, Horace I. Bartlett, 
Ebenezer T. Colby, Jos. M. Eaton, Benj. E. Fifield, Azor 
O Webster, Chas Wing. Ectst ScUialniry, Moses J, 
Bartlett, P. Albert True. 

Saugus. Geo. M. Amerige, Jerome Davis, BenJ. N. 
Johnson, Chas. W. Newhall, Herbert B. Newhall, J. 
Allston Newhall, Wilbur F. Newhall, Wm. H. Newhall, 
Elijah P. Robinson, Albert H. Sweetser. 

East Saugus. Harmon Hall. 

Swampscott. Everett Bovnton, Edward C. Graves, 
Geo. W. Harris, Philander Holden, Daniel P. Stimpson. 

Topsfleld. George F. Averill, John H. Gould, Charles 
Herrick, Salmon D. Hood, Samuel S. McKenzie, Chas. 
D. Welch. 

Wenfiam. Zachariah Cole, Henry L. Eaton, Wm. B. 
Morgan, Weill ne^n Pool. 

West Newlmry. William Merrill 

TRIAL JUSnCBS. 

Amesbury. Orlando S. Baley, George W. Cate. 

Andooer. Geoige H. Poor. 

Georgetown. Orlando B. Tenney. 

Ipswich, Wesley K. Bell. 

LyvvfiM. Stephen Oilman. 

Marhlehead. William Nutting, jr. 

Methuen. William M. Rogers. 

Nahant. Joseph T. Wilson. 

P^aJbody. Amos Merrill. 

Hockport. Nathaniel F. S. York. 

Rowley. J. Scott Todd. 

MOTA&ISS PUBUC. 

Amesbury. George W. Cate, Edward H. Rowell. 

Andover. George W. Foster, George Foster. 

Beverly. Joseph F. Appleton, Samuel J. Foster, Wm. 
H. Lovett, Samuel Porter, Joseph D. Tuck. 

Bradford. Francis H. Pearl. 

Danoere. Joseph E. Hood, Edward L. Hill, David 
Mead, John W. Porter, Alden P. White. 



M160BLLANEOUS DEPARTMENT. 



399 



Essex. Ezra Perkins. 

Georgetown, Milton G. Tenney. , 

Gloucester. William P. Dolliver, J. Davis, David W. 
Low, Aaron Parsons, George W. Plammer, Cyras Story, 
William Williams. 

Haverhill. Daniel C. Bartlett, Horace E. Bartlett, 
Nathaniel C. Bartlett, Cbas. H. Coffin, Edward A. George, 
Joseph E. Jenness* John L. Uobson, Nathan 8. Kimball. 

Ipswich. Charles A. Say ward. 

Lawrence. Charles IT. Bell, Fisk W. Gile, John S. 
Gile, Nathan W. Harmon, Sidney A. Jewett, Wm. T. 
Kimball, Aretas R. Sanborn, Adolph P. Vorholz, Nath- 
aniel G. White, Caleb Saunders. 

Lynn. Ezra Baker, Edward A. Berdge, Greorge J. 
Carr, Edward S. Davis, William H. Gove, Jos. H. Han- 
non, BoUin E. Harmon, Nathan M. Hawkes, William 
Howland, Jerome Ingalls, Caleb Lamson, James B. New- 
hall, Ira R. Keith, Charles Augustus Johnson, Frank N. 
Mudge, William D. Pool, Chas. Allen Taber, Cyrus M. 
Tracy, Wallace W. Wright, Frank G. Woodbury, Eben F. 
P. Smith. 

Ifanchester. Wm. H. Tappen. 

Marblehead. Geo. C. Abbott, Wm. H. Coates, Wil- 
liam Fabens, Thomas Gamey. 

Merrimac^ James D. Pike. 

Methuen. William M. Bogers. 

Newburtfport. Edward F. Bartlett, Stephen Collins, 
John Coombs, John T. Brown. 

yorth Andover. Newton P. Frye. 

Peahody. Charles E. Hoag, Geo. Holman, BenJ. C. 
Perkins. 

Rockport. Andrew F. Clark, Greo. A. Lowe, Sumner 
D. York. 

SaUim. Abner C. Goodell, Jr., Andrew Fitz, Wm. H. 
Gove, Daniel P. Fitz, David B. Kimball, Charles Ordell, 
Henry M. Meek, Joseph B. F. Osgood, John W. Porter, 
John M. Raymond, Charles Sewall, Gilbert L. Streeter. 

Salisbury. David L. Bartlett. 

Saugus. Wilbur F. Newhall. 
Tqpsfield. Salmon D. Hood. 



BANKS. 
Amesbury. 

AMESBURY NATIONAL BANK. —Org. 1883. A. M. 
Huntington, Pres. ; F. F. Morrill, Cash. Discount 
daily. 



400 



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Banks^ continued. 

Andover. 

ANDOVER NATIONAL BANK. — Org. 1865. Capi- 
tal, $250,000. Edward Taylor, Pres. ; Moses Foster, 
Cash. Discount days, Tuesday and Friday. 

Beverly. 

BEVERLY NATIONAL BANK. — Org. 1865. Capital, 
$200,000. John Pickett, Prea. ; Robert 6. Bennett, 
Cash. Discount days, Tuesday and Friday. 

Danvers. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK. — Org. 1864. Capital, 
$150,000. Daniel Richards, Pres. ; Benjamin E. New- 
ball, Cash. Discount day, Monday. 

Georgetown. 

GEORGETOWN NATIONAL BANK. — Org. 1875. 
Henry P. Cbaplin, Pres. ; George H. Carleton, Cash. 
Discount day, Thursday. 

Gloucester. 

CAPE ANN NATIONAL BANK. — Capital, $150,000. 

John G. Dennis, Pres. ; Hiram Rich, Cash. Discount 

dav Tbursdav- 
CITYNATIONAL BANK.— Capital, $150,000. Addi- 
son Gilbert, Pres. ; W. A. Pew, Cash. Discount day, 

Wednesday. 
FIRST NATIONAL BANK. — Capital $200,000. Joseph 

O. Proctor, Pres. ; George R. Bradford, Cash. Discount 

day, Wednesday. 
GLOUCESTER NATIONAL BANK.— Org. 1865. 

Cupitol $800,000. E. W. Merchant, Pres.; William 

Babson, Cash. Discount day, Tuesday. 

Haverhill. 

ESSEX NATIONAL BANK. — Org. 1864. Capital, 
$100,000. John C. Tiiton, Pres. ; W. Caldwell, Cash. 
Discount day, Monday. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK. — Org. 1864. Capital, 
$800,000. George Cogswell, Pres.; E. G. Wood, 
Cash, Discount day, Monday. 

HAVERHILL CO. OPERATIVE BANK.— 88 Merri- 
maclc* 

HAVERHILL NATIONAL BANK. — Org. 1864. Cap- 
ital $200,000. James E. Gale, Pres. ; Charles T. Paul, 
Cash. Discount day, Monday. 



; 'u 



V. >.. 



MISOBLLANEOUS DEPARTMENT. 



401 



MERRIMACK NATIONAL BANK,— Org. 1864. Cap. 
ital, $240,000. Cbas. W. Chase, Pru. ; U. A. KUham, 
CoaA. Disooont day, Monday. 

Lawrence. 

BAT STATE NATIONAL BANK. -rOrg, 18*ll Cap- 
ital $375,000. Oeo. L. Davis, Pre4. ; Satnuel- White, 
Cash. Discoant day, Monday. ' 

LAWRENCE NATIONAL BANK — Org. 1872. Cap. 
ital, $900,000. A. W. Stearns, Prt». ; John B. BoUins, 
Cash. Discoant day, Monday. 

NATIONAL PEMBERTON BANK. — Org. 1 865. Cap- 
ital $150,000. Levi Spragae, Prea. ; J. A. Perkins, 
Ccish. Discount day, Wednesday. . 

PACIFIC NATIONAL BANK.— Org. 1877. Capital, 
$150,000. James H. Kidder, Pres. ; William H. Ja- 
quith. Cash. Discoant day, Wednesdiay. 



Lynn. 



CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK. — Org. 1865. Capital, 
$200,000. P. A. Chase, iVes. ; Warren M. Breed, 
Cash. Discoant days, Monday and Thnrsday. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK— Org. 1864. Capital, 
$500,000. Amos F. Breed, Pres. ; Owen Dame, Cash. 
Discoant days, Taesday and Friday. 

NATIONAL CITY BANK. — Orjr. 1865. Capital $200- 
000. Amos P. Tapley, Pres. ; Benj. V. French, Ca^. 
Discoant day, Tnesday. 

NATIONAL SECURITY BANK.— Org. 1881. Cap- 
ital, $100,000. BenJ. F. Spinney, Pres. ; D. J. Lord, 
Cash. Discoant days, Taesday and Friday. 

Marblehead. 

MARBLEHEAD NATIONAL BANK.— Org. 1865. 

Capital $210,000. Isaac C. Wyman, Pres.; William 

Reynolds, Cash. Discount days, Monday and Thorv- 

day. 
NATIONAL GRAND BANK.— Org. 1864. CH>ital, 

$120,000. H. F. Pitman, Pres. ; Everett Paine, Cash. 

Discoant days, Monday and Thursday. 

Merrimac. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MERRIMAC. — Org. 
1864. Capital, $200,000. W. H. Haskell, Pres. ; D. 
J. Poore, Cash. Discoant day, Monday. 

ae 



402 



£8SEX OOUNTT DraECTORT. 



BankSj continued. 



Methuen. 



METHUEN NATIONAL BANK. — Org. 1865. Cap- 
ital, $100,000. James Walton, Pres. ; Jacob Emerson, 
Cash* Disooant day, Monday. 



Newburyport. 



. 



FIRST NATIONAL BANK. — Org. 1864. Capital, 

t300,000. Chas. H. CoflSn, Pres. ; W. F. Houston, 

Cash. Discount daily. 
MECHANICS' NATIONAL BANK. — Org. 1864. 

Capital, $250,000. Edward S. Mosely, Pres. ; F. C. 

Woods, Cash. Discount daily. 
MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK — Org. 1865. 

Capital, $120,000. Isaac H. Boardman, Pres.; A. 

W. Greenleaf, Cash. Discount daily. 
OCEAN NATIONAL BANK. —Org. 1865. Capital, 

$150,000. Chas. Lunt, Pres. ;. Phillip H. Lunt, Cash. 

Discount daily. 

Peabody. 

SOUTH DANVERS NATIONAL BANK. — Org. 1864. 

Capital, $150,000. William P. Clark, Pres. ; G. M. 

Foster, Cash. Discount days, Tuesday and fYiday. 
WARREN NATIONAL BANK.— Org. 1864. Capital, 

$250,000. Lewis Allen, Pres. ; Frank C. Merrill, Cash. 

Discount day, Monday. 

Rockpoit 

ROCKPORT NATIONAL BANK. —Capital, $100,000 
Charles Tarr, Pres. ; Geo. W. Tufts, Cash. Discount 
day, Wednesday. 

Salem. 

ASIATIC NATIONAL BANK. — Org. 1864. CapiUl, 

$315,000. L. B. Harrington, Pres. ; Charles S. Rea, 

Cash. Discount daily. 
FIRST NATIONAL BANK. —Org.. 1864. Capital, 

$300,000. Eben Sutton, Pres. ; Edward H. Payson, 

Ca^h. Discount daily. 
MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK. —Org. 1865. 

Capital, $200,000. Ciias. Harrington, Prts. ; Joseph H. 

Phippen, Cash. Discount days, Tuesday and Friday. 
MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK. — Org. 1865. 

Capital, $200,000. G. R. Emmerton, Pres. ; Henry M. 

Batchelder, Cojih. Discount days, Wednesday and 

Saturday. 



MISCElJiANEOUS DEPARTMENT. 



403 



NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK OF SALEM. — Org- 
1865. Capital, $200,000. Nathan NichoU, Pres.; 
Joseph H. Wel)b, Cash. Discount days, Monday and 
Thursday. 

NAUMKEAG NATIONAL BANK. — Org. 1864. Cap- 
ital, $500,000. David Pingree, Pres.; Joseph H. 
Towne, Vm Pres, ; N. A. Very, Cash. Discount daily. 

SALEM NATIONAL BANK.— Org. 1864. Capital, 
1300,000. S. Endicott Peabody, Prea. ; George D. 

Phippen, Cash. Discount days, Monday and Thursday 

• 

Salisbury. 

POWOW EIVER NATIONAL BANK, Amesbury.— 
Org. 1865. Capital, $100,000. George F. Bagley, 
Prea. ; Albert B. Brown, Cash. Discount daily. 



SAVINGS BANKS. 
Andover. 

ANDOVER SAVINGS BANK.— Inc. 1884. Moses 
Fo0ter» Pres. ; John F. Kimball, TStas. 

Beverly. 

BEVERLY SAVINGS BANK.— Inc. 1867. Wm. En- 
dicott, Pres, ; R. G. Bennett, Treas.^ Cabot st. (see 
advt. p. 405), 

Danvers. 

DANVERS SAVINGS BANK.— Inc. 1880. Augustus 
Mudge, Pres. ; I. H. Putnam, Treas. 

Qeorgetown. 

GEORGETOWN SAVINGS BANK.— Inc. 1869. Jere- 
miah P. Jones, Pres. ; O. B. Tenney, TreoA. 

Gloucester. 

CAPE ANN SAVINGS BANK. —Inc. 1846. Addison 
Gilbert, Pres. ; Gfeorge J. Marsh, Treas. 

Groveland. 

GROVEL AND SAVINGS BANK.— Inc. 1869. Mo- 
ses Foster, Pres. ; ^. H. Griffiths, Treas. 

Haverhill. 

CITY FIVE CENTS SAVINGS BANK. — Jnc, 1870. 
John B. Nichols, ffes ; G. W. Noyes Treas. 



' W I 



404 



ESSEX GOUNTT DIRECTOBT. 



Savings Banka^ continued. 
HAVERHILL SAVINGS BANE.— Inc. 1828. George 
A. Kimball, iV«a. ; A. B. Jaques, Treas» 

Ipswich. 

IPSWICH SAVINGS BANK. — Inc. 1871. Joaeph 
Bobs, Ftea, ; Theodore F. Cogswell, See* and Treas. 

Lawrence. 

BBOADWAT SAVINGS BANK.— Ina 1872. John 

Fallon, Ptes. ; Gilbert E. Hood, Treaa. 
ESSEX SAVINGS BANK.— Inc. 1847. Joseph Shat- 

tnck, Pree. ; James H. Eaton, Treaa, 
LAWRENCE SAVINGS BANK. — Inc. 1868. Heze- 

kiah Plnmmer, Piea. ; William R. Spalding, Treaa. 

Lynn. 

LYNN FIVE CENTS SAVINGS BANK.— Inc. 1855. 

Henry A. Pevear, Pres. ; Heuiy E. Newhall, Treaa, 
LYNN INSTITUTION FOR SAVINGS.— Inc. 1826. 

Philip A. Chase, Prea. ; David H. Sweetser, Treaa» 

Marblehead. 

MARBLEHEAD SAVINGS BANK.— Inc. 1871. Isaac 
W. Wyman, Prea. ; William Gilley, Treaa. 

Merrimac. 

MERRIMAC SAVINGS BANK.— Inc. 1871. W. H. 
Haskell, Prea. ; D. J. Poore, Treaa. 

Newburypoit. 

INSTITDTION FOR SAVINGS. — Inc. 1820. Edward 

S. Moselej, Prea. ; Philip K. Hill, Treas. 
NEWBURYPORT FIVE CENTS SAVINGS BANK. — 

Inc. 1854. Eben Sumner, iVe«. ; J. A. Maynard, Treaa. 

Peabody. 

WARREN FIVE CENTS SAVINGS BANK. —Inc. 
1854. Roftis H. Brown, Prea.; Albert H. Merrill, 
Treaa. 

Salem. 

SALEM FIVE CENTS SAVINGS BANK. — Inc. 1865. 

William H. Jelly, Prea. ; C. H. Henderson, Treaa. 
SALEM SAVINGS BANK.— Inc. 1818. Wm. Northey, 

Prea.; W. A. Simonds, Jr., Treaa. 

Salisbury. 

PROVIDENT INSTITUTION FOE SAVINGS, Sails- 
bary and Amesbury. — Inc. 1628. Azor O. Webster, 
Prea. ; Alfred C. Webster, Treaa. P. O. Amesbuiy 






njsasxAJkSnam DEPARxicEirr. 



405 




CABOT STREET 

BEVERLY, MASS, 



OPBN DAUiT VBOM 8 1-2 A. M. 1» 2 P. H. 

R. G. BENNETT, Treasurer. 



WILLIAM ENDICOTT, President. 



WILLIAM ENDICOTT. 

JOHN MEACOM. 



JOHN PICKETT. 



Dtpoitte begin to draw Interest on the fourth Wednesdays of Jannuy, April, Jnly and Oetobar, and 
mi^ he withdrawn at any time without previons notioe. 

Dividends payable on the Ibnrth Wednesdays of April and Oetobar in eaoh year, and placed on 
Intarest immediately If not withdrawn. 

Amount •/ D^poette, 
Ahaut $795,900. 



o/ l><rpo«<tora, 
^ftowf »»,000. 



INSURAltCE COMPANIES. 



Andover. 

MERRIMAC MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COM- 
PANY. — Inc. 1828. Wm. S. Jenkins, Pres. ; J. A. 
Smart, Sec. and Treaa. 

Gloucester. 

ANNISQUAM MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO., 
Annisqnam. — Charles A. Fernald, Pres. ; James S. 

GLOUCESTER MUTUAL FISHING INSURANCE 
COMPANY. —Inc. 1847. Geo. Steele, Pres. ; Cjrus 
Story, Sec. 

Groveland. 

GROVELAND MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COM- 
PANT. — Inc. 1828. Moses Foster, Pres. ; N. H. 
Griffiths, Treas. 

Lynn. 

LYNN MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. — 
Inc. 1828. Thomas B. NewhalU Pres. ; Wm. F. John- 
son, Sec. Savings Bank Building, 102 Market st. 
(SeeadYt.p. 407.) 



406 



B88BX OOUNTT DIBEOTOUr. 



Insurance Companies, cantinued» 
MASSACHUSETTS SAFETY FUND ASSOCIATION, 

— C. S. DegED, Supt» ; C. P. Shielj Inspect. 60 Munroe. 

Newburypoit. 

NEWBUBTPOET MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. 

— Ina 1829. Amos Noyes« Pres.; C. J. Brookway, 
Sec 

Peabody. 

SOUTH DANVEES MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE 
COMPANY. — Inc. 1829. Wm. P. Clark, Free. ; G. 
M. FoftteTf See. 

Salem. 

ESSEX MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. — 
Idc. 1829. Dayid Moore, Free.; Chas. S. Nichols, 
Sec. 97 WashiDgton. (See advt. p. 407). 

HOLYOKE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

— Idc. 1843. Alft^ A. Abbott, Fte$. ; Thomas H. 
Johnsou, See. 

MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY IN SALEM. 

— Ina 1888. Chas. S. Nichols, Free. ; Samael A. Pot- 
ter, Sec. 97 Washington. (See advt. p. 407). 

SALEM MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. — Inc. 
1856. Capital. 1100,000. Wm. Northej, Free. ; F. P. 
Richardson, Sec. 

Salisbary. 

SALISBURY AND AMESBURY MUTUAL FIRE IN- 
SURANCE COMPANY. — Inc. 1886. (Jeo. F. Bag- 
ley, Free. ; C. L. Alien, Sec. 

Saugus. 

8AUGUS MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 
— Inc. liB62. Harmon Hall, Pres. ; Wilbar F. N«w- 
hall, S9e. 

West Newbury. 

WEST NEWBURY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE 
COMPANY. — Inc. 1888. WilUam MorrUl, Prea.; 
H. F. Bailey, ^ec. 



GAS LIGHT COMPANIES. 

Amesbury. 

AMESBURY AND SALISBURY GAS LIGHT 00. 



MISOELLANEOT7S DBPABTMENT. 407 

LYNN MUTUAL FIRE INS. CO. 

INOORPORATED 1828. 
SftTlngs Bank Building^ Market Street - - - - LYNN. 



JEi^es., THOMAS B. NBWHALL. See., WM. JFV J0HN80N. 



THOB. B. NBWHALL, BDWIN H. JOHNBON, WlC. O. NBWHALL. 

WM. F. JOHNSON, GBORaS D. SABGSANT, HIRAM N. BREED, 

BZRA BAKBR> ALFRED C?R088, D. P. aTIMPSON. 

Essex Mutual Fire Insurance Company 



OLIVBB THAYBR, DAVID MOORE, CEARTJB8 ODBLL, 

GHARLB8 8. NICHOLS, AUGUSTUS T. BROOKS, CHARLES A. ROPES, 

HARRISON O. FLINT, GEO. C CLARK, CHARLES LAMPSON. 

DA7ZZ) XOOBB, 0. 8. VZCEOLS, 

President. Secretary. 




HRE INSURANCE COMPANY 



Z3sr s.^x^s:iv£ 



aSORGB AREDSON, JAMBS CHAMBERLAIN, GEORGE F. BROWN. 

OMARLBS M. RICHARDSON, GEORGB WHKATLAND, HBNKV W. THURSTON» 

BENJAMIN M. PBHEIN8, BDWIN R. IDE, CHARLES S. NICHOL& 

CHAS. S. NICHOLS, SAMUEL A. POTTERp 

PRESIDENT. SECRETARY. 



Beverly. 



BEVERLY GAS LIGHT CO. — Inc. 1860. Capital, 
$40,000. J. I. Baker, Ptea. ; J. B. Hill, Sec. and 8u^U 

Danvers. 

DANVERS GAS LIGHT CO. — Inc. 1860. Daniel 
Richards, Ptes. ; Gilbert A. Tapley, Treas, and Sec. 



408 



ESSEX OOUNTT DIREOTOBT. 



1 



0(u Light Compantes, continued* 

Gloucester. 

GLOUCESTER GAS LIGHT CO. —Inc. 1868. CapiUl, 
$68,000. F. H. Odiome, Pres. ; David W. Low, See. 
and Treae, 

Haverhill. 

HAVERHILL GAS LIGHT CO. — Inc. 1858. Capital, 
$75,000. John P. Gilman, Prea. ; W. H. Cartia, Treasy 
and See. ; W. E. Stratton, Supt, 

Ipswich. 

IPSWICH GAS LIGHT CO.- Inc. 1877. Capital, 
$16,000. Joseph Ross, Pres. ; Wesley K. Bell, Treas. 
and Clerk. 

Lawrence. 

LAWRENCE GAS CO. — Inc. 1849. Capital, $400,000. 
Geo. L. Davis, Pres. ; G. P. Gates, Treas. ; George 
D, Cabot, Agent ; H. H. Chnrch, Supt. 258 Essex. 

Lynn. 

CITIZENS' STEAM AND GAS LIGHT CO. — Inc. 

1880. Capital, $125,000. T. S. C. Lowe, Pres. ; Bor- 

dett Loomis, Treas. 
LYNN GAS LIGHT CO. — Ina 1858. Capital, $800,- 

000. Charles H. Newhall, Pres.; Charles C. Fry, 

Treas. ; Charles F. Prichard, Supt. 

Marblehead. 

MARBLEHEAD GAS LIGHT CO. — Inc. 1854. Cap- 
iUl, $40,000. W. E. Fette, Pres. ; R. J. Monks, Sec. 
and Treas. ; L, W. Wells, Supt. 

Newburyport. 

NEWBURYPORT GAS LIGHT CO. — Inc. 1850. Cap- 
ital, $80,000. Eben F. Stone, Trtas. 

Salem. 

SALEM GAS LIGHT CO. — Inc. 1850. CapiUl, $800,- 
000. Wm, H. Jelly, Pres.; B. W. Sluman, See.; 
David Moore, Treas. and Supt. 

Salisbury. 

SALISBURY AND AMESBDBY GAS- LIGHT CO., 
Amesboty. 









laaCEIXAKVODS DEPAaTHSNT. 



409 



NEWSPAPERS. 

Amesbory. 

THE WEEKLY NEWS, weekly ; J. B. Bodgen, pub- 
lisher ; terms, tl.OO per annam. 

ieverly. 

THE BEVERLY CITIZEN, weekly ; Irving W. AUen, 

publisher, 156 Cabot ; terms, 12.00 per anuam. 
THE BEVERLY TIMES, 166 Cabot. 

Danvers. 

THE DANVERS MIRROR, weekly; C. H. Sbepard A 
Co., pablishers; terms, %2.00 per aonam; Maple at. 

Essei 

ESSEX STAR, monthly ; Willis 6. Bamham, proprietor. 

Georgetowa. 

THE GEORGETOWN ADVOCATE, weekly; WiUiam 
B. Hammond, and H. N. Harriman, publishers ; terms, 
12.00 per annum, in advance. 

Gloucester. 

CAPE ANN ADVERTISER, weekly; Piootor Bros., 

publishers; terms, S2.50 per annum. 
CAPE ANN BULLETIN, Cape Ann, weekly ; Bulletin 

Publishing Co., publishers; terms, S2.00 per annum. 
GLOUCESTER DAILY NEWS, a one cent daUy ; F. A. 

Wiggin, general manager, 23 Duncan. 

Haverhill. 

ESSEX BANNER, weekly ; E. H. Strafford, publisher ; 

terms, S2.00 per aniium. 
HAVERHILL DAILY BULLETIN ; Mitchell & Hoyt, 

publishers; terms, $5.00 per annum. 
HAVERHILL EVENING GAZETTE, daily ; Howard 

A Hill, publishers ; terms. $5.00 per annum. 
HAVERHILL WEEKLY BULLETIN ; Mitchell <Sb Hoyt, 

publishers ; terms, $2.75 per annum. 
HAVERHILL WEEKLY GAZETTE, weekly ; Howard 

& Hill, publishers ; terms, $1.00 per annum. 
THE DAILY LABORER, daily ; The Knights of Labor 

Co-operative Publishing Co., publlsbers ;^ terms, $5.00 

per annum. 
THE HAVERHILL LABORER^ weekly ; The Knights of 

Labor Co-operative Publishing Co., publishers. 



414 



ESSEX COUNTY DIREGTOBT. 



Nttospapers^ continued. 



Ipswich. 



Potter, pub- 



rPSWICH CHRONICLE, weekly; I. J. 
lisher ; terms, f 2.00 per annum. 

Lawrence. 

ESSEX WEEKLY EAGLE, H. A. Wadsworth, pub- 
lisher; terms, $1.50 per annum. 

LAWRENCE DAILY EAGLE, daily; H. A. Wads- 
worth, publisher ; terms, 15.00 per annum. 

LAWRENCE JOURNAL, weekly; Patrick Sweeney, 
publisher ; terms, S2.00 per annum. 

LAWRENCE 8ENTINEL, weekly ; A. & C. Morrison, 
publishers ; terms. $2.00 per annum. 

SUNDAY DESPATCH; News Publishing Co., publishers. 

THE DAILY AMERICAN, daily; Geo. S. Merrill, 
publisher; terms, t6.00 per annum; Post-office block. 
(Seeadvt. p. 412.) 

THE WEEKLY AMERICAN AND ANDOVER AD- 
VERTISER, weekly ; Geo. S. Merrill, publisher ; terms, 
(2.00 per annum ; Post-office block. (Sec advt. p. 412.) 



Lynn. 



CITY ITEM, weekly; Hastings & Sons, publishers; 
terms, SI. 50 per annum. 

DAILY EVENING ITEM, daily; Hastings & Sons, 
publishers ; terms, $3.00 per annum. 

LYNN REPORTER, weekly ; Bee Newspaper Co., pub- 
lishers; terms, $1.50 per annum. 

LYNN TRANSCRIPT, weekly; George T. Newhall, 
publisher; terms, $2.00 per annum. 

SAUGUS NEWS, weekly ; Hastings & Sons, publishers ; 
terms, $1.50 per annum. 

SWAMPSCOTT ENTERPRISE, weekly; Hastings & 
Sons, publishers; terms, $1.50 per annum. 

THE DAILY BEE, daily; The Bee Newspaper Co., pub- 
lishers ; terms, $3.00 per annum. 

THE SATURDAY UNION, weekly ; Union Publishing 
Co., publishers ; terms, $1.50 per annum. 

Marbiehead. 

ESSEX COUNTY STATESMAN ; Charles H. Litchman, 

publisher ; terms, $2.00 per annum. 
MARBLEHEAD MESSENGER, weekly; N. Allen 

Lindsay & Co., publishers ; terms, $2.00 per annum. 
THE AMERICAN STATESMAN ; Charles H. Litchman, 

publisher; terms, $1.00 per annum. 



MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT. 



415 



THE WAMPUM BELT; Chas. H. Litchman, publisher; 
terms, 50 cents per aDnum. 

Merrimac. 

THEMERRIMAC BUDGET, weekly; Pike & Poor, 
publishers ; terms, $1 .50 per annum, in advance. 

Methuen. 

METHUEN TRANSCRIPT, weekly; Charles E. Trow 
<& Co., publishers ; Currier's block. 

Newburyport, 

NEWBURYPORT DAILY EVENING HERALD ; W. 
H. Huse & Co., publishers; terms, one cent per copy. 

NEWBURYPORT DAILY GERM, daily ; M. C. Teel & 
8on, publishers ; terms, Sd.OO per annum ; 4 Merrimac. 

NEWBURYPORT DAILY MORNING HERALD ; W. 
H. Huse & Co. publishers ; terms, $6.00 per annum. 

NEWBURYPORT WEEKLY HERALD; W. H. Huse 
& Co., publishers; terms, $1.50 per annum, in advance. 

THE VALLEY VISITOR, weekly; D. T. Colby, pub- 
lisher; terms, $1.50 per annum, in advance. 6 State. 
(See advt. p. 412.) 

Peabody. 

PEABODY PRESS, weekly ; Fernald & Vittum, publish- 
ers ; terms, $2.50 per annum. 

PEABODY REPORTER, weekly ; T. H. McGrath, pub- 
lisher. 

Rockport. 

ROCKPORT GLEANER, monthly ; Levi Cleaves, pub- 
lisher. 

ROCKPORT REVIEW,* weekly ; H. C. Cheever, pub- 
lisher ; terms, $1 .50 per annum. 

Salem. 

ESSEX COUNTY MERCURY, weekly ; Caleb Foote and 

N. A. Horton, publishers ; terms, $2.00 per annum, in 

advance. 
FIRESIDE FAVORITE ; John P. Peabody, editor ; terms, 

50 cents per annum ; 227 and 229 Essex. 
THE SALEM EVENING NEWS, daily ; Robin Damon, 

publisher; terms, $2.50 per annum. 
SALEM EVENING POST, daily; Charles D. Howard, 

publisher ; Edwin O. Foster, manager; terms, $3.00 

per annum. 141 Washington. 



416 ESSEX OOUNTT DIRBCTORT. 

Newspapers^ oontimied* 
SALEM GAZETTE, semi-weeklj ; Caleb Foote and N. 

A. Horton, publishers; terms, $3.50 per annum, in 

advance. 
SALEM OBSERVER, weekly; Geo. W. Pease & Co., 
V puMishers; terms, $2.00 per annum. 

SALEM REGISTER, semi-weekly ; Charles W. Palfirey 

and Eben N. Walton, publishers; terms, $3.50 per 

annum, in advance. 

Salisbury. 

[ THE VILLAGER, weekly ; J. M. and I. J. Potter, pub- 

I lishers ; terms, $1.50 per annum ; P. O. Amesbury. 

West Newbury. 

WEST NEWBURY MESSENGER, semi-monthly; A. 
N. Ambrose, publisher ; terms, 75 cents per annum. 

THE VALI.ET VISITOR 



$1.50 per Tear in Advance. 

D. T. COLBT, Pablisher. GEO. J. L. COLBT, Editor. 

6 STATE STREFT - « NEWBURYPORT. 

Largwt Paper and Qraatett Circulatioa In tha City or County. 

THE DAILY AMERICAN, 

The only Erening Paper in Lawrenoe. Deroted to Looal Interests. 
$6.00 PBS TKABt ONI MOm ON TRIAL FOB SOc. 

The Weekly American and Andover Advertiser. 

ALL THE CITY AND COUNTY NEWS. 

Xv€rp friday; $9j00 p«r Ymm* in Advm m ee * 

aSOBOB a. MBKBI!.!. - - ~ - P«Mtoll«r. 



SlatCf Metal and Composition Roofers. 

No§m 98 mnd lOO Bmrerip Street, mmn* JNichburg Rail r o md Depot, 

Order Box, No. 36 Hawley Street - • - BOSTON. 

Bepairinff »ttend0d to with FzomptneM aad Daapaloh. 
Fbbdkric Bilit. Tblxpbohb 84L 



ESBBX OODHTT DIBBC7TOBT. 



E. H. KNIGHT, 

(finoowior to wnJiASD P. fBIIiLIPS,) 

Forwarding and Commissian 



AJTD SSAXJEB TN 



AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 

At Railroad Freight Station, 



SAriXaiH -><><- niAss. 



418 ESSEX oomnr direotort. 

DKALEB IN 

Coal^ Wool^ Bark @ Pressed M 



Cor. Lafayette ani Feabody Sts., also 29 Feabody St 

SAXIIM, MASS. 






KINDLING WOOD, 

65 North Street SALEM. 

HARD WOOD. PINB WOOD. 

10 BaslMls» sU hard tot $1 OO I IS Boihali, Hard and Pino mixed, $1 OO 

9 •" ^ « a piM tat 1 00 14 •• aU Plae, 1 00 



4«# M u 1 m u^ 50|S •• Mil 






-DEALER m- 




WOOD, BARK, COAL, ETC. 

AUo, I>orjf Boats For Sale. 

113 DSRBT STREET, 

At the Head of Derby Wharf, SALEM, MASS. 

TIMOTHY J. GRIFFIN, 

(Bue99M9r to J. &BI^rZN A CO.) 

ICAiniVACTUBEB AJSl> WHOLBBALB DEAUBB IN 

Plastering ^ Stuffing Haifp 

28 BEAVE R STREET, SALE M, MASS. 

El Bt-^Ortei •tthar tost Bhipplag or tin Lootl Trade will be flllel wifh defpateli al Lev Bates. 



ESSEX OOUNTT DIREOTORY. 419 

THOMAS G. PINNOCK, 



Slater ^ Tin Roofer 



Orders solioited from all parts of the county. 

No. 7 Dodge St., Residence^ 10 Hancock St.^ 



f 

AU l¥ork Wamuited. 



M&soxrSp 

BRICKLAYING, PLASTERING and WHITEWASHING. 

▲11 kinds of DRAIN PIPB fbmithed and laid. 
163 DERBT STREET, Oppoaito Elm .... «AriEM, 

Rb8U>xncE8 : W. B. Bates, 12 Arabella Bt. ; Frank Wbeeler, 4 Turner St. 

•JOHN »• WA.i-}H[IIVOXOIV, 

DBALBB or 

STOVES, RANGES, FURNACES, Etc. 

17 Ufajette SIreel ------ SALEM, MASS. 

Cleaning and Repairing done in the beet manner. Oil Stoyes, Befrlgeratora and Puts Pomade. 
SllTer Oem Polish. Boston Gem OU Stove. 

JOHN W. GRANT, 

MANUFAOTURBR OF 

Plain i Fancy Paper Boxes^ 

Inoludins CARTOONS, WEDDINGM3AKB, Eto. 

No. 6 Central Street .... SALEM, MASS. 

A.11 Orders promptly Attended to. 



!££. c. s.^tc:essx 



DXALiR or 



PAPER STOCK, IRON, METALS, 

N"H:"W AJSfTt SESCON'JD-ECA.MD STOVB3S. HSto. 

Vos. 29 and 31 Central and 48 and 50 Vnlon Streets • - - SALEX, ItASB. 



Auctioneer, Real Estate and Insurance Broker. 

Seal Estate Bought, Sold, Exchanged and Leased. Mortgages Negotiated. Insnrance effected 
at the lowest rates in the raost Keliabit* Onmpanlee. Also Pabllsher of the 

Real Estate Journai^. 

243 1-2 Essex Street, SALEM, and Pleasant Street, BEVERLY, MASS.. 



4X0 ESSEX COT7NTT DIKEOTOBT. 

HENRY CON ANT, 

Stair Builder, 

BALUSTERS, RAILS 396 POSTS 

Fornlilked u ahon nollo*. 

SA WmO, DASJMZ'S PLAyilfO, Eta, 

Al^O. BTATIONAST WABH-STANDS. 

At GMIbni'8 am, re»r of Orpenter St., SAIE». 

HAMILTON & BALCOMB, 

Contractors, Carpenters and Builders. 

OOirrBAOTS KASE aid FAITHPULLT IiIEOnT£D. 

"W^* make • apeoialtT of '^fHrnrC Baildins Bnd Pile I>rlTinB- 

JOBBING AND REPRIRING OF ALL KINDS 

Promptly' attended to. 

J6 LAFAYETTE HTRBBT, SALEM. 

D. W. HAHILTOIT. T«l Bffhon« OoBiiattlon. J. W. BALOOlfB. 

r». »!. HARRIS, 

CARPENTER and ROOFER, 

Ko. 33 NO RTH STREE T, SALEM. 

8>]«L«ilComiHin>i NewEngludBtliACoBipwi*; Saorgt Dpton, Olni rutoiy 1 "S. P. GUrbrd, 
Ou«BMt: Hunlltun k Bilcomk, C*iTMDt«i ; Pn^ k Wlnsfiatcr. Ourrlen; H. O. Treadwall.Cui'- 
llsr; Rlotwrd lUrriasWD, Currlar; W. C. Paekudi e>lai Oh t.lifat Oompuvi SoDlh Omann Oil 
Cnrnpuy; W. H Bn>irri, Olue Pulory; U. C i;ivk, Cvpulsr; Hrnrjr Bitsomb. CmrprDtar; BleplMa 
Bluaj. Carrlar: Itucfiudr, Currier^ U. &. k J. irlca; WIlUwD Uarnaa; J. f. La4igniMrl ft doM, 
LoiBktr Dailan. 

ALL ORDERS PERSONALLY AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO A ND WABRANTEO. 

MILTON P. LOCKE, 

Stair Builder, 

ms, iiEWELS, pt'STS m mmm 

FarnUhed at nbort DoUca. 
AU. JOB WOKK IVIU. BECKIVS PBOMFT ATTEMTIOM. 

•£Xsii.^i?-w%.m. Salem, Uass. 



TJ83EX OOnSTT DIBEOTORT. 421 

CARPENTER AND BUILDER. 

PmlBular ■lUnttoD Hid Co tb> flUIng op or Slorea; llao Batb Rooaii and Wirur OIohU. Win- 
dow BoHBD* mule K> order. Jetbing of all klodi done prumpUy. 

149 DEBBY STBEET SALEM, MASS. 

iJEGARPENTER AND BUILDER. ^^ 



THEODORE BROWN, 

CARPENTER and BUILDER. 

Jobbing Personally Attended to. 

SHOF, 50 CENTRAL STREET - - SALEU, UASS. 

^esld.eiice, X50 Srld.s« Street. 
MORSE Jt POLLOCK, 

CARPENCERS, BUILDERS AND CONCRACCORS. 

Also Asents tor the Norton Door Check and Spring. 
3<ft WASHINGTON STREET, SALEM, MASS. 

B. H. MQRflB. JOHN POLLOCK. 

C. M. PARTELOW, 

BOAT BUILDER. 

WMtelimll BoU(, Tuht T«d*n, OuuMt ud Light Rowing 
BwtaofkUkiDd*. FilatJiig ud Bapalrlng don.. 

BOATS TO LET, 

Endof Derby Wharf,Salem, Mass. 

WliolHsIs ud ReUil D«1bt Io 

All Oidsn will teoeiTs Prompt AtWntlon. 
FOOT OF DERBY STREET - - - SALEM, MASS. 



L OOUBTT DIREOTOBT. 



C. F. BABCOCK, 




atpatHno in all tit brmehrt m«MI|r 
aiui proitpay ottoarfsd to. 

JciMun K iitrr liitrlillii Mitutlr ii'kui. 

371 anl 27e BSIDSII ST. 

GEO. M. COLSONr 



CiUUIIB i mi HAKfi] 

BnrflrlBC iB >U IM bimncilHw mtatlj Bad 
promptlr 40I10. 



Ho. 270 BBISOB BTKSET. 
saHiEm: - • - 



ji. -ar. FiBKE, 

mil WHEELWRIGHT, 

Grove Street - SALEM, MASS. 

tatl xtxtoHaa flno to SboaliiK Hdtmi that m I^mt 



OILMAN ANDREWS, 

UANDFAOTDBBB 07 

CUSTOM MADE 



Express Wagons 



PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO WAGONS FOR EXPORT. 
27 Beaoh Street - - - SALEM, MASS. 



J. B. -WAXJUA-OB, 

18 Webb StTMt, opp. Honff Oar Stable* - - BiLKX, M18B. 

■ that Intorftrs 



BSSEX oouirrr dtbdctort. 488 

BoooaBOr M Z. GOOSBLL ft OO, 

MACHINIST AND BLACKSMITH, 

16 Lafayette Street, near Sontli Brill£B, SALEH, HASS. 

Jinil Work and Shafting, Ftre Frcof Doora and Window Shttttert, 

Steam Piping, Snow Fendera, Window OraUng, 

Iron Fone«, Fire Saeapea, etc., 

OF VARIOUS PATTSHNa, ICADS IB THB BBBT KANNEB. 

PABKOULAB ATTBNTION PAID TO JOBBIHQ AITO BBPAIBiya. 

W. SMITH & CO. 

OIL DEALERS @ COOPERS. 

Curriers' Oils, Oil Barrels, Lubricating Oils, Fish 

Butts, [lluminatingOils, Hogsheads, 

and Fish Guano. 

14 to 21 DERBY WHARF - - - SALEM, MASS. 

WM. F. MARTIN. 

2S DEAN 8TBEMT - - - 8ALEM, MASS. 

lU}niFA(TrDBSB OV 

Splitting Mtoliino*, Qrindert, and the Martin Maohlnea for Leather and Moroeoo 
FIttiiiiinB (Qiaaaing, Glazing, Pebbling, Stoning out, eto.)- A aupply of QIaaaea, 
Agatea, etc., oonatantiy on hand. Jobbing of all kinda promptly attended to. 

I».A.TIIICI£; XlA.It.mc>AJS, 

HORSE SHOER, 

lElS OF KHrSIUI BLOOX, 

f ASEKSTOK SIEEIT - SALEM, MASS, 



424 ESSEX OOUNTT DIREOTOBY. 




MACHINIST AND BLACKSMITH, 

And Dealer !n Bnglneen' mod IClll Buppliee, Pipe, Valree and Fittings, Packing, Belts and lining 

MetaL Btaafting, Hangers and Palleys made and put up at short noUoe. Iron Fenoea, 

Snow Fenders, and all kinds of Arehltectarallron Work made and pat np in the 

best manner. Estimates given on all kinds of Machine and Blacksmith 

Work. Patttms and Models made. Partloolar attention paid 

to Jobbing and Repairing. 

Wo. i 8 LAFAYETTE, COR. OF DODGE ST., SALEM, MASS. 

CHARLES A. PUTNAM, 

CIVIL ENGINEER AND LAND SURVEYOR, 

No. 251 Essex Street, 



Plans and Estimates fturnisbed for Bailroads, Oounty and Town Roads; and also for City or Town 
Sewerage and Farm Drainage. 

Partfteolar attention given to Surreys and Plans, and laying out of Batatas. 




J. IL.. 

MANUFACTUBBB OF AND DEALER IN 

URNITUR 




UPHOLSTERY WORK IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 

A Fill Line Of (MilRii dniiiiei. Telmkou CoukHoi. 
260 and 261 ESSEX STREET, SALEM, MASS. 






AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN 



Potatoes, Beans, Eggs, Hay, Salt, 

m COUNTBT FBODUCE OF ALL KIPS. 

Nos. 219 to 223 Washing^n St, Salem, Mass. 



E8SBX OOUinT DIREOTOKr. 435 

haniel dribcdll, 

ttAKDPAonmsB or and dkaleb m 

INNER SOLES, TAPS 

Stiffeniugs and Heeling. 

SirTLEUlRS TO BI IIUI TSI mSI or inST XOSTE. 

Rear of Dodge St., 161-2 Ufayette St., SALEM, MASS. 



Heels, Rands, Stiffenings, Inner Soles, Etc. 

AJao, M:anaAM]tarer of STJSPSMDSSR TKDIMINGI-3. 
All Oidsn by MaJl promptly Utaodad lo. 

IP4 and 106 Derby Street ------- SALEM, WIA»8. 

2Sxu, C- B&boo^s's Sair ^STork Rooms. 

Bandt, Wig* aid Batr Is nuy tmiaty tomae up la tba moat (pprorad mimiar. Ctitttng, 
Bliampootiia, Dml*^ng Ladirm' sn4 CAIMt-Mt'a Bair al lAop or rvafitaiKe. HbtIis beau 
mmaa In tnla bniuh of Iba baalnna loogar Ihu uj otbar paraon In Ihli Tlolnlty, tha anbHtrlbar 
faali BODOdul of (irins parfSet HUifuUan to all. 

»». 813 8S88Z smiT (Up ttiia) - - - m,ai, mss. 



JOHN M. A.NDEHSON, 

■II OridM of 



Ouh pkld for Q1g« BlMk. 

78 HIGHLAND ATE., 8ALGH, HASS. 

S. WEB8IEB niQ Jt 00., BaUlag Agrati, 
42 OLIVER STREET - - BOSTON, MASS. 



B. nrinriff a son, 

MANtlFAOTURRBS OF 



SODA, OTTAWA, AND GINGER ALE. 

Also, Snutll Drinka in Bottles. 

BOTTLERS OF ALE, PORTER, CIDER AND LAGER BEER. 

J'arMa. tttpplUd at .iWrt hsMm. 

No. 191 Washington Street - - SALEM, MASS. 



4M EMBZ OOUNTT DIBEOIORT. 

AUMKEAG LAUNDRY 

2J5 Washington Street. Salem, Mass. ' 

C H. J'13'W£]XT - - - DpRO^RlBTOR. 
All Work Neatly and lExpedltlaiuIr Eixecnted. 

SALEM /ESSEX DYE HOUSE, 

No. SI PTorth Street, 

H. E. GORDON & SON, SALEM, MASS. 

LadiM' ud Oanli' OmranM OteUHd or Oolorsd wllbont lMlii| Hppadi BluikMi Olauued and 
nadeu uft u new; KM Olona OlMDMd or Oolartd; HM* imd BoonaU Blaulied orOolondud 
PnHsd tn tha LaiMt Sijlaa; Vnlhan Dyad. OlMBatd and Oarlad; GartMU OlMoMdi ICailriaiw 
OUaoaad and mada orar ; FaUbar Bida RanoTaUd. 

Qoodi sallad for and retoniad. Qooda Itor djaliic ar olaaoilnf aant by Khiim will r*o*ln pronpl 

AOKNTB rOR BBOBVIiro GOODS. 

t. L. Hon*. Bmnrtj; B. W. Uuim. UarblabaMI: Farlaf ft Oatrltr, Hortb Draran; B. 3. 

Lladacy, Bwampaonu; Mlaa A. P. HaiAatt. M Main Bintl, Paabody. 

STAR LAUNDR"?, 

8 1-2 LAFAYETTE STREET SALEM, MASS. 

Work don* at Ibort noUo*, and In ■ nwl and MtlllktUry nunnar. 
ITowbnrj'pon offioe a> U. Qaaryi PaabodjoScs at J. J. ITD(aat,T Uata Blnet; Uarblshsad O0t«« at 
f.Q.Qnm.in Waahlogton Birvei: DanvBta Dffiu ai Lani* Q-OvraU; Poruaiottlli oflLuatW.P. 
Walker; AmMbar]' affloa at J. F. Ja)maaa,S llala Btrsat. 

GROCER. 

A Lari* and Chain Btoek or Floor. Prodno*, FrniU, T*M, OoMm ud BploM^ Oroakoiy, Btooa and 
Woodao Wan. Uood Oooda, Low Prloaa, and all bmlnaaa dona aquaia. 

IB APOtiry STUEKT - - - - BAliBM, MLA-Bg. 

DBALEB IB FORBIOB AND DOUXSTTO 

WK PES m cm 

ALIS, PORTKK AKD ItfilB BIEB. 

For aala, Wbolaaalo and BalalL 

Tingni- ^»aar ^^ttled* 

39 MILL STREET SALEM, MASS. 



T 
1 



EfiSBX OOtJNTT DIREOTOBT. 427 

ARLINGTON MILLS, 

Broadway, Lawrence, Mass. 



oapitaim - - - $1,000,000. 

WILLIAM WHITMAN, Treaturer 40 Water Street, Boston. 

BROWN, WOOD & KINGMAN, Selling Agents, Boston, New York and Philadelphia. 



WORSTED DEPARTMENT. 

WM. b. HARTSHORNE, Superintendent. OHAS. WAINWRIQHT, Paymaster 

IQ'iuziber Operatives. 1300. 

COTTON DEPARTMENT. 

ROBERT REDFORD, Superintendent. JAMES M. BEELEY, Paymaster. 

N'uzn'ber OperativeB^ 300. 

Women's Dress Goods and Fine Worsted and Cotton Yams. 

GLOBE WORSTED MILLS, 

Lawrence • ■ - Mass. 

MANUFAOTUBBBS OF 

CARPET YARNS, 



SAMUEL BOBISSON, Agent. THOMAS CLEGG, Treas. 

BUTLER & RDBmSDN, 



1CANUFA0TUBBB8 OF 



WORSTED YARNS 

Of Every DeBcription. 

PROSPECT WORSTED MILL, 

Sonth Side Canal, Lawrence, Mass. 



428 



ESSEX OOUnTT DIREOTORT. 




JOHN W. BARLOW, 



XAXVFAOTDBKB OF 



LOOM PICKERS 

OF BVBRY DESCRIPTION. 

RAW HIDE BASKETS AND WORSTED AFROHS. 



Dealer In Belt JjauAnK Plck«r sad Straps. Also, Oot- 
•rer and Wouder of All Kinds of Worsted Itolls. 

SPICKET HILL, 83 HOLLY ST., 

OFF BROADWAY, liAWRBNCB, MASS. 



WALTER B. FOWLER, 

Maciist aod Practical Steam Eflpeer. 

Automatic Sprinkler, for Extinguishing Fires. 
STEAM, WATER AND GAS FITTING. 

Lower end of Canal, Lawrence, Mass . 

I-<a,"fvreiice "Variety ^Vood %Vorks. 

E. N. HUTCHINS & CO. 



KAirTTTAOTUBSBS OV 



GHUBCH AND OFFICE FiNITHRB. CABINET VOBI. 



Vensend Doors, House Finish, Scroll Sawing, Oarvlng, Taming and General Jobbing. •Wash Stands 

and Bath Rooms fitted up to order. Also, 

CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS. 

■. X. HUTCHIK8; W. H. U UTGHlM'SOir • 

BEE HIVE SPINDLE AND FLIER WORKS, LAWRENCE, MASS. 



Ai 



MAVUVAOTUBIB AHD BXFAIBBB OF 




Sole Maker of Hall's Patent Cap Spindles, with Spiral Grooved Boss. Patent Tensioa 

Rings, for attaching to Cap or rlier Frames. Steel Ends attached to Spinnia^ 

Caps. Patent Mangle or Rolling Press, for Smoothing Clothes without 

Heat. Dandy Roving, Twister and Spinning Fliers Pieced Equal 

to New. Patent Improved Automatic Wool-Oiling Machins. 

Improved Centrifugal Presaars attached to Pliers. 



\ 



Efiaax ootmiT direotort. 489 

oe:o. TV. noitrv, 

' Asent Ibr BIDE UIVB BKAKS 

FELiT ROOFING. 

DEALER nr 

Booflng Sl&t«8, Slating Nails, Zlne, Di? and Tarred Sheathing 

Paper, Elastic Cemeot, etc. 

No. 613 COMMON ST. - - LAWRENCE, MASS. 
B. A. 'WXCHT, 



UANUFACTTURKB Or 

« Fumftnre, Mouldlnf^ Bracbeta, HAnteUf 
d Door Pnune^^oDd every deecrlpnon of 
Finish. Iloor Hood BrackeU. Stair 
Rail, Post and Balustere, 

D A:crD MLAJJB TO OBDSR. 

idtad, uul — Hihailnn giimmitaed. 

ard, LAWBENCE, MASS. 



LAWRENCE I.UMBEB CO. 

Dcalan In Erarj DeKripUon ot , 

Dimension Dumber, 

ALSO, If AROVAOrUBBBB OF 

■wooo:eix :boxes. 

SA."WTNG, PLA-NrNO- ANX> MATCEdNO- TO ORDKB. 

Essex Tard» and Lowell and Haverhill Streets, LavreDce, Mass. 

LUTHEB LAPP, Agent. 

UOIiMES A ROBERTSOJVy 



Adirondack Boats and Canoes, 

OPM 1101 iiBOEzi}, ros fiownro, fasdliits ob sinjHa. 

BOATS OF *■' I KINDS TO l-BT AT RBASONABI.B BATES. 
CMBlD(iMMnifrMOn*ppltoatlon. Baar of Me, A Watar St., Lawraoea, BCaM. 



r 



480 IMBI oopyiT DlB aoiOBT. 

CARPENTERS & CONTRACTORS, 

BpMUaMmllmp^d to ALTERATIOfraudREPAiaB. SAWTHa 
ud PLAMHTO doDt u> ordar. 

am ill B8iM8lll!8| 8eciH tel - KOKTH AUDGVIB DEPOT. liSS . 
"SJVioa.. E'oz-'bes cfe Soxxs, 

FUCTICIU FimiBSlS, 

STEAM AITD OAB FITTXBa.ilu dM]«n la 
8lo*a>, FannBM, Raona ud Kllslim PDrnliUiw 
OoodL WadaflN udBH£ET IRON WOKE 
of nny daeilpllaa. TIN KOOFINO dOM M 

Dtoten In Wroutit Irao. EnuBsllad uid Tunvd 
n|W.TIi>-Llnad>s3L«dnM. AIk, ill klndiof 
Pip* riUJnB*, Bwh Tab*. Wiur Ota»U,V«a 
Bulns, Ooppw Bgtian, KDblMr Hoh, Hoh Pip*, 

PLUMBING 

DoM br BrpaitMicad Workmao, and wairaBlad. 

450 ESSEX STREET, COK. HAJIFSHIBE, LAWRENCE, M188. 

THOMPSON & OOOMBS, 

STOVES, RANGES^ FURNACES, 

KITCBBS FUS.SISUISO GOODS. 

mm COFFEE SUTBS ADD SHEET IBOII WOBIEBS, EOOFEBS, ETC. 

ri.vuBiii9 ASD iMOjmpiirit noirs inai.z. its brakohxb. 

123 Essex St. - - Lawrenoe, Mass. 

iVAGKHTB FOB m sDb ramoe.-cs 

JAMES DEARNiXEY, 

DRALBBItf 

Stoves, Ranps id Kitchen Fumisig Goods. 

Plumbing, Cas and Water Piping. 

No. 8 Newlnir7 Street - LAWRENCE, UASS. 



zesBX ooTTirrr direotobt. 431 

M. OABNEY & BROTHER, 

Wholesale Liquor Dealers, 

82 and 84 Hampshire, and 31 and 37 Concord Streets, 

LAWRENCE, MASS; 

KATTHXW CABITET. KtOBASL CABHST. 



Y"'^ 



SODA, TONIC, MINERAL WA TER, ALE. PORTE R, CIDER AND LAGER BEER. 

Foreign and Domeatio WINES AND I^IQITORS. 

WMwh ui uua 9T00W. Not. 75 and 77 Hamprtlra St, UwranoB, M«m. 

"WILLIAM GUARD, ' 

PRACTICAL PAPER HANGER AND GENERAL HOUSE PAINTER. 

ALJL ORDKRS PROMPTLY HXECUTED. 

BMldence orar Gove's Bazaar - . - . USTTHUBN, BIASS. 

aii^p •!• atah Btreet. 

Meat and Vegetables. 



Umo, lUflUtkotinr of HI kiniUor 

126 Union Street^ 

LAWRENCE - - MAB5. 



ERLER & KUlSrERT, 
BEEF, POBK, LAMB, ETC. 



CHOICE EQQ8 AND BtJTTBH SPECIALTIES. 

Ml, VutlatlH ill Caiml GMi, lelllii, Ftitlii. it. 
Cor. Newbuiy and Elm Sts., LAWRENCE, MASS. 



f 



432 BB8EX OOUNTT DIBEOTOBT. 

XJLWRISNCE BTEAM BAKERT 



■on to JoaiiSA> F. EMir, 



WHOLESALE CRACKER BAKERS. 

Eipeolal attantlon pild to tha Manuftotur* of all kind* of Br«ad, Caka ami 
Pa*tnr ; alto, wadding Oaka on hand and Froating dont to ordM*. 

Hos. 285. 287 and 289 LOWELL STREET, LAWREHCE, MASS. 

T. RooNEY, BAKER, 

262 CUSfflUT STREET, UfBEHCE, liSS. 

HonU'-mada Bread and Pa^ry of aU hinds alu>ayB on hand, 
Ordera for ParUe* promptly attended to. 

Dwm l wrlm B tmi mu i m Br »m 4 , OmiK mnd Paatrr- Ormehm, Om^ W ttomry, O— W 
Aaoda. Ctma* €mhm m tpBHut t tl' 

UWlEllCEiitim. OPPOSITE ffl818CaOaLBDlLDIH9 - - - ■ KETHUBII. MtiS. 
■l^A.C!A.1.1-.l-,A.TD-Ei BXCOS. 

GROCERIES, 

Meat and Provisions. 

IT* Mil TMM* >Vr IfMlPMt, 0<M»M 

amt M« WaMam Btmtm. 

H: 474 comioir btrebt i^awhoice, mam. 

LACAILLADE&CO.,'- 

Gr. H. OOIV]XOH, 

PIANOFORTE and FURNITURE MIOVER, 

3Di WatBF BtTBBt, LawTBiiEB, Maaa. 

ParHoular attention paid to moiring PlanofOrtea in and out of WIndowa, and 
Furniture out of town; alio to packing in tha beat manner for tranaportation. 



ESSEX COUNTT DIBHCJTOBT. 433 

J. F. WINCHESTER, 

VETERINARY SURGEON, 

(Graduate of th* Amerioin Vaterinary Collofla, New York City.) 

Offloe at J. W, Porter & Qo.'s Stable, Lawrence St., near Xssez, 

Besidenoe^ 121 Haverhill Bt. - - - LA WHENCE, MASS. 

X« BmwrAfll ni«*dsv* <"«I f rMayl at Ue StmbU s/ M. S. GamdrUga. 
TELEFHONK CONN'ICCTION'. 

CKOCEB.S. 

A krfe ud eheliie alosk of Floan. Frodniia, Fnilla, Tau, CdO^h uil Splea*. Oivoktry, BloiM ukd 
Woodea Wan. QhhI Qoodi, Loir Pilow nad sU Bnilntxa Ooae Squu-s. 

843 ESSEX STREET ■ ■ LAWRENCE, MASS. 
GEOROK: a. OA.S1MOIN, 

STEEL @ STENCIL LETTER CUTTER. 

MonoBTamB and Shoe Stamps a Specialty. 

BUel Staiopa, SIdrIb Leiwn ind Sigurea, for MarUnv Biwl. Wood. LeUher, Silver, els. Dog OoUlT*, 
Umbrella Plaua, Kc; Checka, alo., marked In ■ aDperlor muuier at ibart doUcc. 

4B Munroe Street ------- LYNN, MASS. 

GEORGE W. EMERSON & CO. 

UANUFACTUBfBS AND DBALBBfl IN 

THE LATEST 

Shoe Machinery, 

67 iriSHINGTON STREET, 

54 CENTRAL ATENIIE, 

LYNN - - - MASS. 

NBW ^SD BBOOND-BAKD M^OBXlfBBT BOUGHT ASD BXCBASOBB. 

Bpbci&lths.— BnlBngttielilnaa, Qeel BwDrm, Rolling luila. Bottom Clauian, Cenunnlal BplliUn. 

Slltching Fliturei. 
BUMDUEi — Band Cloib. Moulded Pap«r,(luarU, Fait, Belt Lbslnga, Bolt Roaki,Bmabw.«ta. 
B«ltliiK, BhalUnr, Hiuic«t* and Pnllerl. 

SUND FOB OHIO LaH. 



//, 



484 B88EX OOURTT DIHCCTORT. 

ALEX. STEWART, 

MACHINIST, 

MILLWRIGHT AND ENGINEER. 



DBALBB or- 



New and Second- Hand Shafting, 

PULLETS, SEWIHG lACHINE FIITUBES, Etc. 

AU kinds of Machine Jobbing pron^pUy attended to. 

No. 28 State Street LYNN, MASS. 



'^-^ 



Sawyer and Turner, 



MAKUTACTUBBB OV ALL XHTDI OV 



BRACEET8. CUTTIHQ B0ABD8, DIBKIVO BLOCKS, DTE BLOCKS, 
VBNEEBIHO PBESSES, AVD ALL WOOD WOBK USED 

BT SHOE MAMUFACTU&EES. 

SO Altnont Sir eet^ near Union - - - LYNN, MASS. 

A. H. ALEXANDER & CO. 

H&Carpenters and Builders, 

Jobbing of all kinds promptly attended to. Particular attention 

given to Window Screens, and first-class Work of 

all kinds. Patterns, Models, Sanople Cases, 

Desks, Counters, etc. 

82 WILLOW ST. (Oyer Harwood's Crockeir Store), LYNN, MASS. 



ESSEX OOD>fTr DIBBCTORT. 



j.nilU!IMI!il, 

Wood Turning, 

BRACKET AND PATTERN MAKINQ, AND STAIR 
BUILOINQ. 



Stair Posts, Rails and Balusters constants on 
hand. Outline Beards, Dinking Blocks, Sis 
Blocks. Shoe Horses and Board Dress- 
ing kei>t in stock. A good assort- 
ment of Hard Wood lumber 
for sale. Hard Wood Doors 
and Sash made to order. 
Mouldings. 



158 Bl 



TOTCESSTES A HASEULL, 

STAIR BUILDE 

BAILS, NEWELS, POSTS anJBAinS 



ni JOB WORK WILL RECEIVE PROMPT An 



Hf Seaob Street, JLi^nn, BCf 

J, WUTOHSBTBB, T. S. B. 



CHAS. C. BLANCHARD, 



CARPENTER ^/BUILDER, 

27 Beach Street, Lynn. 



ESSEX OOUNTT DIBECTORT. 



MaiU *nd Spiri of all kindi made toordar. TaBblsand 

BoaU baulad up. Claanlng, Painting and Repairing 

done at (bort nolice. Huina H*tlw*i fOT 

imall Taohti. 

NAHANT IIOAB, FOOT Of BEACH tTREET, LYNN, MASS. 

I. FBAZIEB & SOX, 

HOUSE, SIGN and FRESCO PAINTING. 

iimm, mim, Plan and DecoraUn PAPER MNfiM. 

ALSO, DEALERS IH 

Faints, Olla, Class, Paper Sanglses, eto. 
21 ANDREW ST., LYNN. 

X. FSdEISR. jr. rSABIBJL 

muoiiiiiiaiisiiisms 

Also rine BarKaa Tor Partloi. Horara, OarrlscM, 

BlelKlia, Funn, HameawM, Hlanketa, Kobe* 

and whipa for isIb. Alto Fine Hacka tta 

Private Firtle*. Oooda takan on Com- 

miaalon. Btoraoe Boom for Oai> 

rlaxea uid SleUha. 

63 and 65 WILLOW ST., LYHW, MASS. 

llodtliandDulguof the LUeat and MMl Approved BtfJu majbeHu 
aDd bad froe of ohargfi, 

lidfiu, ntlar tal Hiltt tf Biui I«ul, Zlu ul tnm 

UPPER PATTERNS. 

B7 CKVTR IK SQBjtItK, l^TNIf, MASS. 

1,111*3. :ka.tie lei€:a.-z-, 
BOOT AND SHOE STITCHER, 

And Uuhiae Button-Hole Maker. 



ESSEX COUNTY DIRECfTORT. 437 



MANUFACTURER OF 



CUTTINQ- DIES 

OF BVERY DESCRIPTION. 

For cnlllU LEATHER, CLOTH, PAPER, TENEERS. Also for HARNESS and TRUNK VOfiKS 

£^»t CloBB Work GunraiUeed, At Loteest JPWms. 

38 Orford Street, Comer Almant, LYNN, MASS, 

J. EDWARD LiAWr, 





36 OXFORD ST., opp. Depot, LYNN, MASS. 



JEREMIAH J. DONOHUE, 

orocco Manufacturer, 

HARBISON COURT LYNN, MASS. 




ncja.xt.rr^.A. «r. 



BOOT @ SHOE STITCHER, 

And JU€ichine Button-hole Maker. 

164 MABKET 8TBEET - - - - - LYmr, MASS. 

DONAHUE & WTHEITE, 

MANUFACTURER8 OF 

KID, GOAT A nOEOROCCO. 

Brushed Kid a Specialty, 



O. F. MiOULTON & OO. 

BOOT AND SHOES STITCHERS, 

And Maehine Batton-Hole Makers. 

114 Oxford St. and 35 Exchange St., Lynn, Mass. 

C. F. MOULTON, J. B. LANGWORTHY. 



W. 'W. OILLEY & OO. 

BOOT I SHOE STITCHERS, 

And Machine Batton-Hole Makers. 

7 WASHINGTON STREET .... LYNN, MASS. 



438 



ESSEX COUNTY DIBEOTORT. 



O. ^^ . .» w ^^^^ ^ 

llaniifiMjtarer of and I>ealer In 

BUZZELL'S MOULDED SANDPAPER, 

For Viniibliis th« He«Li of Booti uid Shoes. 

Suttcn-Bele Machine Repairer. 

Duplleat* parte of all Button-Hole Macbtnea In ganoral ase, Batlon-Hole Cuttera, Needlea, etc 
If akpr of tba HART STAT FOOT, for •titehlng the aeama of Boota and Bboen straiffht. 

Wr k«ep In stock Feet for Wheeler and Wllaon, Singer, Howe, Manning and Weed Maehinea. Alao, 
ontalde Stay Feet to order. 

4ft mmROE STREET COrar WalMter's Sko* Store), liTNH, MASS. 



MAHUFACTDBBB OV 



B17TTOX-HOI.E IIAC: 



:ii 



~E& 



No. 22 WASHINGTON STREET 



LYNN, MASS. 




MURPHY & CHAPMAN, 



KANTTFACrrURERS OF 



i 



^' t i| 



Dies and Cutters. 



HiHEBS. IAUET8 aBl KMES 



'> 



Of cull Mfuto, oi» KmrniA amA «mmI« fo orcltfr* 






._ We will fill all orders promptly, and In all 
guarantee that the work shall he satianictory. 

i 5 and 1 7 Railroad Avenue. 

LYNN. 



F. W. CROSS, 

MAKER OF FINS 






) 



74r Munroe Street, 

LYNN - - M£SB. 

Prompt Attention. 

Satisfaction Guaranteed. 



ORRIN E. WELCH ft CO. 



DEALERS IN 



SHOE FINDINGS, 

Mur nl laiiiliictiiiiu sippllo. 

Alio, a oomplete stock of 

CUTLSB7, SFOBima QOOSS. Ito. 

120 Munroe Street, 



E88BX COUNTY DEREOTORT. 439 

NICHOLS & PIERCE, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



CHILDREN S FINE SHOES 

Also all IdiiJIs of Fine Slioes Mttei at skort aotjce . 

No. 61 CENTRAL AVE.. Yalpcyft AbWs Bnlliliig, Room 2 LYNN. MASS. 

C. T. HARVEY, 

BOOT «»d SHOE STITCHER 

And Machine Button-Hole Maker, 
13 STATE STREET LYNN, MASS. 

FINE KID AND SERGE BUTTON BOOTS A SPECIALTY. 

Using only the Best Improved Machines, I am prepared to exeoufce orders at short notice. 



Machine Button-Hole Maker 

Using only the Beet Improved Machines, I am prepared to ezecate all orders at short notice. 

69 WASHINGTON STREET, LYNN, MASS. 

MISS E. A. PATCH, 

Boot ^ ©lioe ©titoher 

Am) HACBnra button-holb mazsb. 

64 Munroe Street ----- Lynn, Mass. 

MACHINE BUTTON-HOLE MAKER. 

Using only the Beet Improved Machines, I am prepared to execute all orders at short notice. 
91 MUNROE BTBJSBT .... ZTNS, MASS. 



Boot and Shoe Button-Hole Maker, 

MISS ABBIE J. SHUTE, 

BOOT AND SHOE STITCHER AND FITTER. 



44U E8HBX CODNTT DIRBCTOBT. 

DEALER IN 

Leather, Soles, Stiffeuings, etc. 

JTo. 84 WASHinO TON 8TBEBT, LTNJf, MA88. 

J. COHEN & CO. 



chant Tailors, 



KEOE STREET. LYM. MASS. 
JOHN B. GBADT, 

TAILOR 

14 1-2 Central Avenue. Lynn, Mas 



. FetEopaSpecialty. Also Dealer iiEirls aid Canes. 

92 BJROAD STBBMT - - LYNN, MASS. 



CHARLES W. GAY, 

IV to BuDmond & Gm;, 



CIVIL ENGINEER 

AND SURVEYOR. 

Sims EiJliliJiE, 185 Dniin SM, 



HENRY W. ROGERS, 

ARCHITECT, 

SgiiieT'i Bloct, 1 jl Union tat, 



t 



ESSEX OODNTT DIRECTOET. 441 

' A. R. BLETHEN tt CO. ■ 

DEALERS UT ALL KINDS OF 

ROUGH SPHERED GRME 

^Iso, Oranite Polishing-. 



a: sfeoialxy. 



Jobbing promptly attended to, 
and satisfaction guaranteed. 

CityWliiiff,^s."iBfoa(ISL 

UNN, MASS. 

A. R. BLETHEU. P. S. CPRRY. 

ID^'Z^E HOTJSE. 

150 Market St., Lynn, Mass. Works, 8 Gardner St., Chelsea. 

MTZI.A.3&X 800TTZ«.XZSrC»- .A-XViy XlT'SlXZa'Cfr. 

LidlH'. QenUemen'ii ud Chltdnii'i Hotliei olvuiKd, dfed ud llDlihed irilbont Uklng U plecM. 
CitnisL'* Eslr ud ill kind! of Sbmvli, Finn Lu«. Lus CDruIn*. BluikcU, Faallien ud QloTM 
«l«UMd uid dyad. Qenu' Qarmenu > ipeclftltj. Bluk Cnpa done up equmi to new. 

1. w. Bid t ea.. iyf*. *»aT ltiw. tawMtti di? awtt Bar*.) 

T7FHOZ.STEKEK' 

And Repairer of ill kladi of 

FURNrTURE, UMRRELLAS and SUN SHADES. 
ALL eutdb of chairs beseatsd. 
L 31 UNION 8TB£ET - - ■ I.TNN, KASSJ 




ESSEX OOUNTT DIRBCTORT. 



THE NEW ENGLAND BOX CO. 

64 MUNROE STREET. LYNN. MASS. 



Folding Boxes, Baper Boxes, Paper Box Shooks, Shoe 
Cartons and Cases, 



PATENTED BOUUTTING AND UBELLING MACHINERY, 

Setting up Ma chines, Clu ing Machines. 

Oar Piper Bai Shook! mn lined, »p«rad and labellad before ImtIbi Uw tKtorj. IfuDlKtann 
wboapluptheirownbaio wlllflnd tfilsigniitconvenlrDce. 

Our Bni-EuUIng ud Labelling mochlne* and 8«Mng.up muhlnM va entfrd^ new, aad by Ibefi lue 

gpaa^a for GlroxxXmrm <taa.<a XTloo Xjliti. 

ALBERT H. SISSON, 

HoUHa ud FmMiIm ftinlihed irttk 

. nEciuc 918 uofni! moKm. 

Burglar ^lorma. 

le and Cammnt CmU BM; 
Mtttrtrie Door Ktui¥», 



Imm neatlT aM proiFtlT done. 

SPEAKING TUBES PUT IN. 

Boor Mna, in mr\ style. Eidric SappGo. 



ANNUNCIATOR& 



llo.59CenyAve,,lpD,Mass. 



ESSEX OOUSTT DIEEOTOHT. 



ELECTRIC BURNISHING INK. 



TbU )■ m sloiT-drTlcB, aur-worklDE Ink ; It peDetnUn Iha Inlhar, ■nd bseoms* ■ part of Ibe •wdb, 
miikliii It [mpoiBlbls lofuds or ship. Tbli littaa only Ink Ihit dciaDal«rMBh,ElTlDg, vhlobumlBlJed, 
> Jet Blick, uid tbtj high po\ith. (Haft, Ugbl Hid Botj.J 

EXCELSIOR BOTTOM STAINS, AN IMPROVED FINISH FOR BOOTS & SHOES. 

Al», OuttlBs-Bouil CnMing, Olt Proof, L«athar DrMalns, OteuuliK Oompoimd ud Oolon for Sootoh 
Bd^.eto. Oolon fur BBiiloskLutliara ipeiiUltr. 

HANTjyAornaED by 

E3. Jk.. »IITOIlEI-.IL. Ac CJO. 

Wo. 93 Market Street, Lynn, Mala., V. S. A. 

DAVID S. GORDON, 

Edge Tool Manufacturer. 

ODTTiis tm> TBimmra buses, eeix BaEASTiio aouaEB, 

box 8eate3, osee xhiteb, full lodiids, wasebuiw 

ouhes fob baihihs eeels, bto. 

steal Flnoers Blads and Repaired. 

OTJTTEmS FAT^KNT SA.m>r.Hl. 

UOWER'S ELOCE, 15 WILLOW STREET, 

OBUBBS BT MAII, FBOMPTLT ATTBUDBTt TO. 



VM ail EeavT W of all lescniitioiii. 

REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS. 

PAINTING, VARNISHING, ETG.j 

Also, Horse Shoeing, 

OAnd QEHXRAL BLACKSMITB WORE. 
No. 90 Chestnut St., Lynn. _ _ 



44i ESSEX OOtmiT DIRBCrORT. 

Blacksmith and Horseshoer, 

LIBERTY SQUARE 

CARRIAGE WORKS.I 

Junctioii Union and Broad Sts., LYNN. 

SAWTER & CHAS£, 

iLAirorAOruaEBa or 

Fine Carriages and Sleighs of all Descriptions, 

Bm. ISI, 1» aid 111 Bn»4 SInet, 



SasDBd b*r>d OvrtegH eaulutlriui kaod; aim, 
bougbt Uld auld on eonunlHJon. 

MAMDncifiBmu or 

Caxrlages 8 Slalglia of XvarT' Sssorlptloa. 

REPAIRING AND JOB WORK 

Id Irra, Wood, Pilotlnt ud TrlMiBlrv^ dOM 
with NuUKH ud niipudi. 

461 WESTERN AVE. 



CEORCE S. STEVENS, 

UPHOLSTERING. 

FVBNITURE REPAIHBD, 

Ake, thsln Id eennd.hana Fnrnltnra, etd 
Cbalri Cuied, aad Unbreflu Mended. 

IS T«u«< Eir«rMaM. Talerhfa* Ko. 

JVo. S9 IBE80N ST. 

JJVVtXi .... 





ESSEX CODNTr DIRECTORr. 445 

Hat Bleachery. 

Btnw mud Vney HUi mnd BoddM* Dyed, 
BlsMtaed and Preued In lb* bwt mkniiar, ud 
■Jlersd to LalcM Styl«. 

PuttcuJu- mlUntlon paid to roDontlllB BenW 
. Btraw Bnlr. 

Qooda Hot by aipriH promptly mltended lo. 

i Q TrdmoDt Street, near Uarket, 
LYNN, MASS. 

HATFIELD & BURDETT, 
J 



CLOVES AND UMBRELLAS. 

98 Munroe Street ■ ■ ■ ■ LYNN, UASS. 

W, U. Hatfiuji. M. W. Bcrdett. 

SMITH & BOBINSON, 

STATIONERY AND FANCY GOODS, 

Manufaolurera of Pioturs Frame* of •very deeoriptlon. Steel Engraving*, 
Photograph* and Pa*t«l Panel*. Roger* Group*. 

PERIODICALS JLMD N'S'WSPjLF ICB8. 

42 Market Street ----- LYNN, MASS. 

DR. H. W. JACKSON 



LIVER, KIDKEY AND LUNB COMPLAINTS AND CONSTIPATION. 

For coring Frmilfl DIhuu of tl\ kladi be I* oneorpvied. ind hie treBlmrnl ta strlclly confldenUal. 
For emdlcaUng Wonm from Ihe huiuM ajittin, wllhgut Injuring Ihe moal dtllcat* hvulita, he Hcknuwl- 
edEPa no euuorlot. Dr. jM»Kin tliet apeclal eltcmloo lo Ihe IrcBlnient of Privsie Dt».n«B i couuiuilon 
•Ulctly oooadeolial. Alio msnufaclarer of Veselable Compoaiid Cslarrh Inhaler. 

433 WESTERN AVENUE, WEST LYNN, MASS. 

6SO. O, aOOD WIX S CO., Wholaralt AgenU for tht VnUtd StaUt, ll». M Batmvrr 
BiTMt, BotUm, Mait. 



448 E88BX OOUNTT DISBOTORr. 

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S 

DINING^ R00M:S, 



I. F. BACHELDKK. HORSE 8ECOER, 

n Slltlll StTKt. LTU, lau. Amit [or ClUtl PitBDl Sloe. 

Tnr Comi, BrolM* ■od Conlr«;led Feet, CL4BK"8 PATENT 
SHOE !• un«arpBM«id. Thf ttttl pLiu which covf r« Iha whoic .or. 
hce of Iht fool i» hr iBiwIor to Iba ooramon wsj o( uring kmlier, 

ttoii) protaollng tl from Iho ffravel uid dlru imd bjpreHlnf oa thq 

\Fractical Horse Shoer ud Foot Fizer, 

/ S Sutt«n Street, IL.t'dd, MnvM. 

PirtlcaUr Attrntlon pkld to OvemublDg Mid Intarfarlng Bortat, ud Futloalu AtMutlan g)««o U 
MB. of Ihe Feot. 

^. J". o-a.i_.XjT7:m:, 
BLACKSMITH. 

PanlcnUr ■uantlon paid to Shoelog InUrfcrIng and OTcmMlilng 

OA.xsBiAGE:fl ice:fa.xbed 

And all oihar kind, of Jobbing promptly UUDd«d to. Ou tn fOnnd M 
lite old ilud of J. A. hcrrr- 

All tcady for biubrau. Olrn ma aotll. Bon«ah<MlaB a Bpadalt;. 



EgSEx cGmrrt directory* 447 







MOULDma AI9D FHAIIE HA19UFACTURERS. 

All kinds of Re-Gildina and Bronzing done. French Oxidize Work . 
and IMat Making. Pictures Framed while you wait. 

MAIN STREET <gnd Door gpom Po»t Offloe>, QLOPCESTEB, MASS, 

FRANK MILLER, 

) UUIJ^UUIUI UUU JJUlludla 

SHOP, NO. 3 LOCUST STREET, 

QLOUOES TER - - MA.SS* 

2^^ All work promptly attended to, and ddne in a workmanliise 
manner. 

m:ioha.e:]l. h art y, 

CARPENTER, CONTRACTOR | BUILDER. 

Shop, Rear of 30 Friend Street, 

House, 6 OAK STBXIllT, 




coimmsRciAia 

PETEK 8. DODGE, Proprietor, 
43 COMMEBCUL STSEET - - OI0VCE8TEB, MASS. 

t 

Boarding and I odglng by the Day or Week. Meals at all hours. AUio, Itealer in Junk of all 
hinds. In the rear of 68 Commercial Street. 

Low's Improved Ice Crusher, 

IN a-ENERA.L USE. 

FatatUti Aug. »», 1879. 

LOW'S LIFE SAVING SERVICE 



Consisting of a line drawn through the bottom of a capsized boat for righting it, liquid food for sustain- 
ing life, and means for attracting attention at sea. Can be applied at any time. Patented July 10, 1883- 



3D- TTT". X-OT77", 
GLOUCESTER MASS. 




CEO. W. WHITTIER 

Wm giif0 prompt ttitention to Cane Work on Carriage Bodio9, 

CHAIRS RESEATED AT SHORT NOTICE. 

All orders promptly attended to. 

Little*8 Block, Boom 6, Church 8t MEBEIHAa MASS. 



ESSEX COUNTY DIKBOTORT. 



Soda Water Manufacturer 

JLtrn BOTXLKR OB- 

«IE, PORTER, CIDER, BIIGER ALE, MINERAL WATERS, ETC. 

Cor. Main and Porter Streets, 

GtX>UOE:SXIQR - - - - . BCASS. 

GXiOTTCXSTSXl BOTTZ.I1TG "nTORSsT 
X.-A.^TE <Sc ^,£oXiE].A.]>T, Props. 

HANUTAOTUBBBB OF 



BOTTLEBS OF ALE, UfiER BEEB, FOBTEB Aim CIDEB. 

SINCLAIR'S BLOCK, 21 DUNCAN ST., GLOUCESTER, MASS. 

OiDuii A. Lah«. Jamis UcLban. 

CHARLES MASTERS, 

UNDERTAKER xnd MAHRESS MAKER. 

17 WASainOTOH STSZZT, OLOHCZSTES, 1IA3S. 

Coffins and Casket* furniahed to order. 
Also, Wreaths, Crosses and Flowers 
arranged in designs to suit. Mat- 
tresses Cleansed and Re -made. 
Palliasses made to orker. 
Also, Dealer in 

CBRUD HAIR, HUSKS, Etc., Elc. 

JOBS LLOTD'S 

Undertaker's Wareroom. 

jra. » WJtBTICBH AVKKUJS - • - - eLOUOmaZBB, MABS, 



COFHNS, CASKETS, 



ROBES, HABITS, CAPS, ETC 


ComUntljon hand, Chlldren'i Rob™ and 
made u order. Penona] bUciiIIoh flTcii to al 
Funerali. and alio tu laying out and prepar 
d«d for boiUl. BHldanoe, 4 Wenaia Anmu 




ESSEX OOUNTT DIBEOTOBT. 



CHART.F.S H. BOYNTON, 



SHAMOKIN AND FRANKLIN 

AJfTBRACITX 

COAL. 



HA.EtI> AJSr* SOCT "WOOD. 

Wood Sawed and Split to Order. 
MAIN STREET, Rair of the CAPE ANN SAVINGS BANK, 

QLOUCESTER MASS. 

Sailmaker, 

STORY'S WHARF - - EAST BLOUCESTER, 

Dealer in Ship Chandlery, Cordage, Duok, Hoth't 
Beat Russia BoH Rope for Puree Linee. 

BDNTING, FLAGS, FLYS, SIGNALS, ETC. 

Tentf, JtminffB. Wagon Cavera, and Bags 
_ fiT OH Manufacturtra. 



GEORGE I.. FEARS, 

SHIP CHANDLER 

FLAGS, 

FLYS, 

FTC 

CONSTANTLY ON HAND. > 

STOBE, No. 48 DUNCAN ST., OLOVCESTEB, UASS. 



450 ESSEX OODlfTT DIBBCTOBT. 

3B[IGtG^Xr^S efts OrX^^F^OTVD, 

lUlTUf AOTDBBB8 Or 

YACHTS, 

8^ Boats, Bow Boati, Tawl Boati, Bbikeja, 

Beino Boats, Pilot CanoM, Qurtu Boats, 

Lauicliw, Snrf Boats. 

ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 
Shop at Head of Harbor (F. 0. Boi 130), eLOUCEHTEB, MASS. 

JAMES SIMMS, 

RIGGER. 

Loft on Parkhurst's Wharf, 

FOOT' OF* DDNOAJf STItEErT, 

GLOUCESTEE - - MASS. 



Second-Hand Rigging Furnished. 

OBDBBS PROMPTL T ATTENDED TO. 

El. X<. ft.O'\^'El, 

SAIL MAKER, 

mros Am oorbaob. 

JIMVa Bm—ta B»U a*r» for Pur— l,imm. AI— Btrni*- 
t-tf, Ftmf, Wti» ax^ MigmaU, at 

33 Wharf Stmt, foot of Water Street - ■ - GLOUCESTER, MASS. 

aVTanlt, Hvnlngt, Wagon Covart tnd Window Shada Hide lo Ordar. ^a 
BX. 'VCT' .A. x< m KB- «ls SOZO', 



VILEH'S WXABI, tiiot Watar Street, QLOUCISIEB, 1CAS& 



ESSEX COUNTT DIBEOTORT. 451 

NET and SEINE REPAIRER, 

GLOUCESTER, MASS. 

Bhute and Merchant's "Wliarf. Head of the Harbor. 



■Mt, lalnai, Twloa ind Fish Hading) of Zi«rj Duarlptlon pramptlj Hirnlibedta ardar, 
Putiat wlihlna'atsaDdSalnai wlllplauagiTaUie langail ootloa poiilUB. 

<g-lau ana Salnw alofad In ■rlnlw FBEl OF CHABGI. 

JOSEPH si]M[i»sorsr, 

MAKUVAfTrUSIEB OF 

Seines and Nets of All Descriptions. 

TiiffiiNs m mimi Tim ik tee best ianheb, 

Farkhurst's Wliarf, foot of Duncan St. , Gloucester, Uass. 

P.O . BOX 70». 

L. A. BUBNHAM & CO. 

HAKDTAlTraBEaS OF 

COTTON FISHING LINES. 

LINE-WALK AND FACTORY AT 

Maplewood Ave., Oloucester, Mass., Cfflce, 179 Main St. 
T77-II-I-I.A.3^ COOS <iC SOIT, 

HANTJrACTDKBKS ANO DBALBBS IS 



No. 62 EASTERN AVE., 
GLOUCESTER, MASS. 



468 MBSEX OODSTT tHSEOTOBT^ 

WbolMU* DmJw tn tU kind* of 

Fresh Fish, Lobsters, Etc. 

rOKT WHARr ■ - QMPCESTER, MASS. 

wii.i.iAin coos, JR. 

DBAUEB IH 

NETS, SEINES, 

Twines and Fish Netiings, 

HET8 And BEIHE8 TABUED and SEPAIBED, 



Vincent Point, near John Pew k Sons, GLOUCESTEB, BASS. 
T. A. LANCSFORO &, SON, 

DR7 AXTiD"FXC^I.ED 7ZSH, 

A-TTD IN8PBXDTOB8 OB" M:.A.OKBiItX:L. 

re»r*B "WltRrf, Dwnoan St.. GLOUCESTER, MASS. 

Jrtf«He, Sign, OmamettUit, Bannm', Hoenm and French 

PAINTERS AND GIIJ)£RS. 

Any Utid ot ■ Job ODdar thwa hwlingi aiHated Id llie llDwt poulhle numntr, wUh ill Ok latHi 
Sao MAIM STRICT (Ow J.W.Pw. t StB-iOgw ), OLOUCgaTBR, MASS. 

HOTEL OPERA, 

3 HOW STIIEET - - - - HAVERHILL. 



Thla honH !■ dsw and tlmnU; fimdihsd. havli 
flnd all tha comfbiu or ■ BiM-dIu* liouL SUliar* 
honw. 



•Faixtnafli, #i.iio o*^ #b.oo z>xizi. zs.a.'S'. 



ff. ar. COLBY, Proprietor. 



.Boarding and Lodglmg. 

CONNHJOXHD BY T B Z.B:F£[ O M" B . 

3 MechanloB' Court - - HAVERHILL, MA8«.| 



aAXai WMLLOWa, FraprtMar. 



ESSEX OOUNTT DIBECrTORT. 453 

AlTD DEALEB JS ^ 

New and Second-Hand Machinery. 

MacMttertf of Every DeseHptlon Repaired. 

STEERINO WHEELS BUILT AND EEPAIEED. 

Shafting', Hanirers and Pulleys ftimlshed and pnt ap. 

AIM, Steam, Qai, Water Pipe and FKtlngt oonitantly on hind. 

HO. 236 MAIN STREET, GLOTTCESTER. MASS. 




SECTIONAL BOILERS, 



atut attaint Btatlatg. 

Fttant Pualtli* CHi«ii1>tiiig R»di>faiii, Flnialitd j 

FbUbt* of ill (liM. Inn OMtiu^ of ill 

iMBrlptlaiii nud> to aidtr. En^tnM 

ud Bollin Boptlnd, 

And &man] Jobbing done bj flnt-cUu workmen. 

UL Tian or fattuxs usa n ouis. unsrAcnn amx. 

Factory, Cor. River and Ay«r 8t«. - - HAVERHILL, MASS. 

Bulld«n' 8U7 ind TrsH Roda, Antiur Iron. (to. 

J. A. milaliSR. 




•pi 

SHOP and OFFICE WORK 



PL4SB IDIUIISHID 01 IPPIIOAIIOH. 

JeblAng mid StpairUi^ af all Msifa ptvm]i(fv •menrfed to. 

S^JiTSCOIC BKOTBIiRS, 

DEAUM D> 

HARDWARE, 

IRON and BTHrnXn PASHBB8* and 
HJIOEUJnOB' TOOI.B. 

Paints, Oils, Varnish, etc. j 

30 U&m ST., HATIBBILL, MASS. 



ESSEX oomrrr dtbectobt. 

E. C. MANHI " 



TURNINO and SA 

CaietandCouDt 

I AM DMtlr «ue«lad M (tig 

nnovin bmsbuuiu 

O. H. FELLOWS & CO. 

HARDWARE, CUTLERY, 



Paints, Oils, Varnishes, 

uBicmnuimuuiDSEEDi, 

rwtmtw, 

31 lerrliiaa St.. HaTerMD. Mass. 



T. E". IB E O TTvT iT , 

HAHDFACTtrilKS or AND DIALEH UT 

ta, Rifles, Revolvers, Pistols aod Amnio. 

niTBS KE-BUDED, UD XETS FITTED TO LO0X8 OF ETEBT DBBOBIPnOI. 

la Brpatrt-v ' in- .rara. 



lOS HEBBIM&Cl STREET, 

Havarhlll, Wasa. 




G. W. HANSON & SON, 

Painters, Paper Hangers, Glaziers, 

GRAINING- A SPECIALTY. 

lEW AMD NEAT STTLES OF PAPER COKSTAITLY ON HAND. 

EtKot and Pei-eoUHl A-ttsntloii Oivvn. 

Ko. 8 Fleet Street, nert ioor to WILSON & TUCE. 



ESSEX OOVSTT DISHOTOBT. 



o. 'rA,isiii^:Bm, 



f,U 



Wedding and PiurtlM ftimlsbed In City or Coontiy at short notlM. 

ALSO, FRUIT, ICE CREAMS, ETC. 

24 Main Street - - Haverhill. Mass. 



EDWARD J. DONAHUE, 

DSALXK m tOaXlQS ASD DOHSBTtO 

Wines,LiquorslCigars 



Johm'* ZXX A1« Mtd BIUwmakM Lager dnwu 
All Cigar* Wanrnotsd mad* by UdIod Had. 

99 WINTER ST., HAVERHILL, MASS. 



Haseltine's Livery Stables. 



4oS BUIX OOCKIT DlUBcroar. 

A.. S. DINSBXOXIHI, 

WINE, LIQUOR, ALE AND LAGER BEER. 

Agtat tor ind Bottler of 

PfaiT's I^agei- Seer. 

uniT m Koran bheweei. 

S3 E88EX 8TBEET, lUTEBHIIX, U8S. 

. AUo, Bottler of UUwmakM B.M. 

O. H. WIOXJLTOIV* 

^Boat Builder.! 

steal Ml:, Siil ml Bor Btals male of lest itocl, anl lie nolels. 

ALSO, MODELS AND MOULDS MADC TO OHDen. 

Hale's Wharf, rear 53 Water St., Haverhill, Mass. 

MECAPHYSICKL SCIENCE, 

A C'BRTAiy CURE. 

WUboot Drat* or UtdlatSM, ud wlthoal (orlnm of ut kind. All iUmmm, O&BONIO or ACDTB. 
fUld la [hi* MW nod* of tmlmaiU 

AeoU 0mm Ou«d Almoit lututlr. Only ft Tarbftl IzimluUoB required. 

NERVOUS DISEASES and CATARRH A SPECIALTY. 

Office Hours, 9 a. m. to 12 m., 2 to B, 7 to 9 p. m. 

Dr. C. H. Colby, METAPHYSICIAN. 

49 MerH maek Street HA VEBBILL. 

WATCEUAEEK AND JEWELEK, 

85 ESSEX STREET, HAVERHILL, MASS. 



OEALKR IN 

BEST RED AID WHITE ASK COAL, WDDD AND BALED HAY. 

"Wood Sa-wed and Split. 
Office, mt. pleasant St., opp. Town Scales, rockport, MASS. 




B88BX oomnrr dibbotobt. 437 

WHOLBSALB AND RETAIL DBALEA IN 

Flour, Grain, Hay, and Feed, 

OOTTOS BEKD AND HINSXMD OIZ MMAJi, HAT BnBDS, 

WMBrizixmits, mto. 
ALSO, PBOFRIETOB OF CITY GRIST MILLS. 

Oentra,! Wlnaff, near ]^a.i*l2et fiSq. 

NEWBURYPORT. MASS. 

CHARLES C. STOCKMAN, 

A UCTIONEEB, 

Commission Merchant, Real Estate, and Appraiser, 

AND DEALBB IN 

PARLOR and CHAMBER FURNITURE, 

lHattiresfliefli, Featliers, eto. 

10 BROWN'S WH*F, NEWBURYPORT, MA88. 

O. Af O Xt. U. T S O IV, 

OAI TAHHED 



LEAT H E R 



LEATHEB 



BEl-TINfi'<^ 




AnddMlerln MniSttppUw, 
B«ltlnf LsM end HkrneM 
LastMr. Htmlock aad Unkm 
Tann«d Soto L««th«r, iu the 



dde aid eiit to order. 

No 2 MERRIMAC STREET, NEWBURYPORT, MASS. 

BROWN SQUARE HOUSE, 

So, 11 BBOWN*a SQUARE, 

E. P. PRIDE, Proprietor, 

NEWBUBTPORT, MASS. 



458 EB8XZ tWUMTT DIBEOTOBT. 

rM«k.i»^HUti Hirao sni lit ul DellTerei 

Interfering, Overreaching PHI of CHAROK. 



■nd Speedy-Cutting 
Horaee, 



IBBSST OB" -WOBK 



lYPORT, MASS. 

LCHELLER, 

BoarilM aiil Baitii Me. 



Ho. 3 Hare's Court HEWBHRTPORT, MASS. 

JOHN M. BACHELLER, 



INN STREET - - - NEWBURYPORT. 






Express Wagons. 



Repairing In all It* branohas. 
13 INN HTBEET NEWBUBYPOBT, MASS. 



BOOT ^ SHOE HEELS, RANDS, ETC. 

174 MERRIMAC 8TRECT NEWBUBYPORT, MASS. 

TACHT ^ BOAT BUILDEB. 

MASTS AND SPARS 
TiCITS IKD BUR HEED IIP ADD CUtHED. 



XcEiV's Wlarf, Water Street • - - NEWBUBYPOBT, IU8S. 



E88BX OOUMTT DIBEOTORT. 459 

L. M. HATCH & SONS, 

Contractors, Builders and Lumber Dealers. 

Also, SHIP JOINER Work. 
Shop, Men Street, near Merrimac - - NEWBURYPORT, MtSS, 



-BBTIMJLTmB VUIVNie^BlD. 



CONTRACTOR ^ BUHiDER. 

Shop, Inn Street, Residence, 37 High, 

NEWBUBYPORT, MASS. 

JoB» PmiMOM. ESTABUS HED HALF A CENTURV. =- 0. PmAMo». 

«rolxrL IPectireiozs. cfis Soxi, 

fomlfy Pilot £r«wl and 
OpAstn Btenttt «p«a<d{M«*, 

NEWBURYPORT, MASS. 

awbnrypan P. O. Box 7M. Boilon P. O. Box Mil. 



WHOLESALE BAKERS, rl 



AIM Manudurer of ROLLING, PEBBLING AND GLAZINQ MACHINES, 

FIN 17HBBL6, OUBBIBR and HOBOOOO TABIiBB, 

Railroad Ave. (rear Com;. Chiir'>h), Peabody, Mass. 

AH work pn>mpU7 ud well eisoiilsd. 

-a., ssv. iBEin.n-S', 
MASON, CONTRACTOR i)' BUILDER. 

All kind* or Jobbtng in aj Una prompll; ittandsd to. 

WALNUT STREET (near Depot) - - PEABOOY, MASS. 

Bealdence, Mo. CI Bowd ltoh Court. 
n£ALKB8 m 



COAL, WOOD, 

lIlE,GE]GKT,imT. 



460 B88BX OOUVTT DIBBOTORT. 




N. BITRBXSCE, 

( j M ew or to «r O. BUMBBCK,) 



lUNUFACrUBSB OF AND DEAUBB QT 



SOAP, TALLOW, ETC. 

Shop, Cfrove Street, Peabody, Mass. 




* 

FlMttenlair attMitlon p«ld to JobMnc in all lU bnmobM. Mmods' Bnildlnff iir«a«Hmi« of ^11 klDda. 

FttU aMortm«n( of Dndn and Sew«r Pipe. 



Masons^Contraotors f Builders. 

Mmoim' BnlMlng HaterUli fturnUbad to order. All kindi of Jobbing la oar line promptly nltendod to. 

109 MAIH STREET, PEA80DY. MASS. ^■"^t.lSSff.;:.?*"^ 

I>1CT£]H BROWJSr, 

•AI.EM, MASS. 

Mactiinir of Iniiir Solos, Taps, SHigs, Heols, Etc. 

roaT'OFFioE ADDumaa, se BaiLUpa btmebt, salem. 



MA.TTHEW^ LYISTN, 

X^E uv ircLtm.ctyajemT of 

CURRIERS' GREASE. 

Crcwninshield Street, 
PEABOOT ... MASS. 

TTigheat Oa«U Prices Paid fbr "WlUteniacs and Q-rease* 



ESSEX OODinT BIEBOTOBT. 



GroceR, 

Ii,l!rniBMFBli(idr,IIii. 



Xmlgntko Agern. Tlakati uid Bllli of Zl< 
ahiaga lo all parta at Barapei. OntniMor Mid 
Dtmln Id QnnlM. AIh, Dnlar Id Ooia ud 
Wood. 



HAOg, UVERY AKP EXPRESS STABIU:. 

FURBUSH & FULLER, 



MASuvinsvaxBB or 



Kid, Goat and Morocco, 

KEAH OF 112 UAUT ST.. FEAB0D7, UASS. 

WILLIAIC H. rnBBDBH. FRAJHC C. FULLBB. 

DEAN &, BLAKE, 

HANtTFACrUKBBS OF 

Goat^Kid and Sheep Pebbles, 

FANCY OOLOES A SPECIALTY. 
Crowninshield St. - - - Peabody, Mass . 

COAL AND WOOD AND PRESSED HAT, 

CABOT ST.. NEAR ESSEX BRIDGE, BEVERLY, MASS. 

XAmnti t uKuci, 
IMBI,UGK Am BOABmUS STABLE, 

DOE. flf uioi in scaooL en., iiTxur, luag. 

8rfe Mid ralUblB ho™«. and raay carringea of tti« ban 
ttfle furnUhvd at nhorl noUu. Any Dumber of hack« 
fumlatwd far fnaerali, wadding*. biulDeu or plaaaura 
rldluf ■ JajDH KmuiM. "■■■-■" H. Huauox. 




ESSEX CODNTT DIBCOTORT. 



SAMUEL PORTER, 

AUCTIONEER, 
Real Estate and Insurance Agent, 

MASONIC BLOCK, BE7EBLY, MASa 
Insurance Capital Represented, $17,000,000, 

LEON G. PHILINTE, 
Sail Maker, 

Tsits,lfii£!!,YacIit Sails Boil Flags, 

lEW AID OLD CUVAS FOR COVERS, 

FOSTER'S WSASI', 

SETH FRIEND - - BLACKSMITH. 

pBTtlnlu *ttomllaa p^4 to 
gkMlv iBtnftrlBi taA 
flismililBI HonM> 

CARRIABES 



Asd ill atb«r kinds of 

JOBBING 

Pronptly UWoded to. 

Keunflauig i jFitmn. 
167 B&NIOUL STREET - - BBVEBLY, KASS- 



1 

f 

ESSEX COUNTY DUIBOTOBY. 463 

CARPENTER and BUILDER. 

Jobbing promptly attended to at short notioe. 

ORDERS SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY EXECUTED. 

Wallis, cor. Walnut Street, 

Xtoaldenoe, M'o. S Park Street. 



Cor. Wallis and Walnut Streets - - - PSABODT, XA88. 

Papering, Painting, Glazing and Graining 

ATTEHDED TO PROMPTLY ATO SATIBFAOTIOH QUAMlfTBED. 

(Snoo«Mon to Oalyih PumAM,) Dealers in 

PINE, SPRUCE & HEMLOCK LUMBER, 

Bhlnglee, GUpboarde, Lafha, Ptoketo, Cedar Poets, Mouldings, Kiln-dried Hard Pine, Blaok Walnnt 

and Hard Woods, Doors, Blinds and Bashes. 

OALYiH PUTNAM. BKVKRI LiY, MJJLSS. J. F. pope , 

AUGUSTUS MUDGB, Prest. J. F. POBTEB, Treasnzer. 

LM MMACMIHe GO. 



MANUFAOTUBEBS OF 



HEELS, RANDS, 

Taps, StiffeiringSy Top Piecing^ etc 



Tyler's Patent Leather Splitter Machines. 

FACTORY AND OFFICE, DANVERSPORT, MASS. 



464 BBSEX CX>t7inT DIRKOTOBT. 

A. P. P£RIiZS7 A CO. 

DBALEBfl IN 

IDry Groods, 

GROCERIES, GRAIN, BOOTS AND SHOES, CLOTHING, 
HATS, CAPS, CROCKERY AND WOODEN WARE, 

No. 2 Maple, cor. Conant St - ■ DAWVERS, MASS. 

MABSTON'S DANVEBS AND BOSTON 

XSxpvowBi and Fast Freight lidna. 

THKBB TtOTB DAII.T. 

IiMTW Danvan at tM, lUO A. a., 1.10 r. k. Lmtw Boatoo at IIM A. «., S and IM p. ■. 

DaawiOlotiK^kSt. Boataa OOaai, 84 Ooart 8q., 7S nibj, 106 Aiak u4 77 KlagilMi 8ta. 

BCiLR8X'OM''S 

Danvovs, PeabodiT A Liynn fizpvess. 

Lmtm DaDTera at U A. x. LaavM Lynn •! 4 f. m. 

SAMVBBS OFFICE, M MAFIiE STREET. 
liYWW OrriCB -..-.: afpl— a Cmterd. ago and Wt ■•— K Btr— t. 

H. p. PRESTON, 

BOOT AND SHOE STITCHER, 

And Machine Button-Hole Maker. 

PINE, COR. HOLTEN ST., TAPLEYVILLE, MASS. 

ji^T am prepared to •^aoutw >ll or^erw mt sho rt nott<»e..«r 

ALEXANDER MCDONALD, 

Harness Maker f Carriage Trimmer. 

Harnfiaiwii, Whips, Bnuhet, ate., constantly on hand. Orders promptly attended to. Sepalrlag 

neatly done. 

WATBR BTBVKT -------- 1> ANT BHS PORT, MASS. 

CORNELIUS MURPHY, 

LIVERY STABLEandBOARDING HOUSE 

60 PLIABAMT 8T. MM tht Depot, UTl&LT, 1CA88. 

Horses and Carriages of all kinds and of U>e best style 
ftiml»hed at short nuUee for Funerals, Parties, Basinees 
or Pleasure Riding, to the satls&etlon of eustomers. A 
Hack will mn to and firom the depot to all parts of tlM 
village for the eonTeolenoe of paaaeDgen. 




ESSEX OOUNTT DIRECrORT. 465 

W. S. STRAW, 

fflAGHINE BUTTON -HOLE MAKER. 

Ddag ODly Ihe But Impioinl Uiii:bln», I Am pcapared to eieonM U] orden m 

Gnp,SipiOriiaieilalFalitIioriiTer7AehcrliitlDi. 

Order* protoptly BtUuded to. 

BO'JBN STBIET, naar B. and M. lamt. TAPmVILLE, 1IA33. 

Amesbury and Newburyport Express. 



rHANdK or TIMK. On 

nryport every d>y (Bundsya e 
Amlicuryit /». m. ud 1.30 p. 


^d >A« April W, iaS4 


theiab. 

Lun 

on Bt 10 


Ametlniry. piiirner'& Fogr.'S" 


•dtomyoaVBifillbe 


U Row, 
irompUJ 


THOMAS 


O'NEIL. 





P. C. WHITTIER, 

DASH AND FENDER STITCHER. 

rrompl AttutloD lo all Orden. Work envied for uid dellnnd. 

A.]m:E3BTT RTg- - - - I^A.33. 

GEOBGE T. MOBBILL, 

MERCANTILE JOB PRINTER, 

Market BquBTS - • - - AmeBburyj Mobb, 

Uakdticitiibib or abd Dulbb ih 

All Kinds of 




mmmm 



CARRIAGE ROW, CHESTNUT STREET, AMESBURY, MASS. 



jt66 tSBES CODK Tr nniECTORT. 

A. W. TODD & CO. 

Planing and Moulding Mill, 

CABPBNTEBS, ARCHITECTS, 

STAIR BUILDERS. 

BUILDERS* FINISH 

And >U klDdi of 

^Zflix>d Wr^od Xiiixxxlaex* 

On band ud TorolilMd to Ordar. Good bsUlUn fiir 

KlUSr DRYING LUMBER. 

JIC i CIRCULAR SAWING, 

Turning and Irregular Mouldinei 
DIAGONAL WOOD TILE FLOORING, 

FCBHISHED AT BHOBT HOTIOK. 
«9- PUent ippUed for. 

SEATma RIM FLOoma a specialty. 



UADK AKD FACSD. 
flMM MHd Bp^dfioaUayu ftirytUhtt far mny felitd a/ a hriZMiw and XiMbuMm piM*. 



EUn STREET, SALISBUBT. 

p. O. AMBSBVBT. 



E8SEX OOUNTT DIRECTORY. 467 




WE HiTE OH HAND AVD FOB SALE AT THE LOWEST 0A8H PRIOB, 

HARD AND SOFT SOAPS, 

Dipped Candles, Tallow, Grease, Neatsfoot Oil, Rosin, White- 
wash Lime, Best Newark Cement, Calcined Plaster, 
Rockland Lime, Plastering Haii;, Farmers' Plaster, 
Bradley's XL Phosphate, Bradley's Flour of Bone, 
Cracked Bone and Tallow, Scrap for Poultry, 
Fine Bone and Cattle, Darling's Fertili- 
zer and Flour of Bone. 



mv oxj 

OFFIN BOARDMAN, Jr. - - - Salisbury, Mass. 

AJICESSnURY, p. o. 

DAVIS & FURBER MACHINE CO. 



9 

Jfani*/ac<wrer« of aii kiHd9 of 



WOOL MACHINERY I CARD CLOTHING. 

▲ISO Oottoii-9piiiii.lafr and T*'vristlntr HCaobinery* 

PATENT SELF-OPERATIM MULES. 

Patent Self-Operating Attaohments applied to Old Jacks. Alto New and Improved 
Patent 8j|f-0perating Jaoks and Mules. Shafcing, Pulleys and Hangars. 
Maohlnery made witli Iron Frames of New and Improved Pat- 
terns, or with Wood Frames if preferred. 

S. D. HINXMAN, 

Blacksmith 

ParllouUr attontfon paid to ahoelDg inierferinff and overreaohing honM. Carriages l^palr«d« 

and all other kinda of JobDing promptly attended to. ' 

NORTH AS DOVER DBPOT^ MJ88. 

All ready for Business. Give us a call. 

HORSE AND OX SHOEING A SPECIALTY. 



468 B86EX CODNTT DIRECTORT. 

UAJTUrAOTURERS OF 

Fine Harnesses, 

SE BOOTS. ETC. 



North Main Street, 

lut tKfU" ifimB zdim," Bih* am. 

IPSWICH, MASS. 



F. H. PsXBfOB. 



CENTRAL BILLIAR D ROOM S, 

Central Street, Ipswich. '^ <fT.~'~.r. .' T, .j# ^ 
ROBIN HOOD, Proprietor. '^^.c£i ^^^^K ^ 

WE0LE8ALB DRALXItS IN 

DISTILLED AND MALT LIQUORS. 

Akciu fbr ud BolUcn of 0«o. Efarat'a ctMbntad 
Alio Ktw KngUad AfanU for 

CARLING'S LONDON ALE AND PORTER. 



38 WASHINGTON STREET, LYNN, MASS. 

EDWARD HEFFERNAN, 

Wholesale Liquor Dealer, 

And Direct Importer of Fine Sherriesi Ports, and Gins in Bond or Duty 

Paid. Also Manufacturers' Agent and Wholesale Dealer in 

all grades of Cigars and Tobacco. 

17 WASHINGTON STREET. LTNN, MASS. 



ESSEX CODNTT DIBEOTORT. 



AI.I. KINDS DF FAFER BDXES. 

t. AIM dMier Is PAPER uid PAPER BAGS or «Tei7dFacrlplion. Also propHetor of tlia 

IPSWICH Laundry. Ordan prompHy .uendedto. 

fSnVKTY KTRBCT .-..-_- IPgWIOH, JtABS. 

JPE/^^IsTK: T. O-OOIDHTJE!, 

DEALBR IN 

HARDWARE AND CROCKERY, 

FINE GROCERIES, FRUITS, ETC. 

AUo Agntt far tltt 

Randall Harro'w,!& Warrior llower, Agricultural Tools, 

eo SOUTH MAIN 8TBEET, IPSWlCn, MASS. 
f>XXX]L.If> -El. «-iT.>» i=»xg- tn 

SWSSBAl^ AJSS FDBNIBBlKa 

UNDERTAKER, 

Caskets, CoflQns, 



Snmmer. street, Ipswich, Mass. B«sldenee, 3 Hlgb Street. 

All Ordcri frotn XelKhboiing Tovai, by EltH-«H or alhsrwUe, prompllr attendHl to. 

OBOIBa-E! IB. BEO^^TT-iT, 

WHOLESALE AND BBTAIL DBALBR IN 

FLOUR, GRAIir,HAYIFEED. 

Cotton Seed and Linseed Oil Meal, Hay 
Seeds, Fertilizers, etc. 



GHa.A.I3Sr BT TUB O.A.S X.OAT3 A SF33CIA.I.T''3r. 

CHARLES F. JORDAN, 

Blacksmith and Horse Shoer, 

KOBTH MAIS BTMBMT, IfBWICU, MASS. 

OARBIAGE ISaSlSQ. Fortf Dg uid Jobbing nMUy doaa uid cuefoil]' lUeDdsd to. ' 



R88BX OOUNTT DIRKOTORT. 

ELI ST, SALISBMT, 

P.O.AMESBURV - - - MASS- 
O R D fc R a PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

"^~ a^^ORGB Vr. BXLISON, 

H,M HT., MALIMHI-IIV 1 f, O. ADDHKHII, ^MKaHt/HT, MAan. 
Tiimup IranInK, Fordng ind JaiiblDg ntuij dona uid omrullir nueDdtd la. OurUga Wheala and 

'U AH VEX TABU, ' 

LI7ER7, BOARSINS AND FEEB STABLE, 

lilH ST., «Pr. BOCKPOBT ■OTBL. BOCKPOKT. 

OOOP TKAM8 AT FOPTTL A.R PRIOBiS. 

W. E. PEDRICK, 



AUTOMATIC BLIND AWNING FIXTURES, 

Weather Strips, etc. 

6 CHARLESTOWN ST., mmiW Sj., BOSTOS. MASS. 

Cutlers, 

Ho. 90 Sudbury Street. 

BOeTON, RIASS. 

BIZOBS COHCATED IID SBEABS GEODKD. 

Tke boat Oermao, Engilih an] American Csnuvlii| Work. 



ESSEX OriXWTT DIRBCTOBT. 

x> j<\. r> E3 ft IB o : 



GEO. H. DICKERMAN i 

8«, M and M Otmd 8t^ Beat 


fcOO 












jZOWEST 


, 


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PBICES. 



WOOD BROTHERS, 
Yacht and Boat Bnilders. 

Also, SXEAM YACHXS OX' ALL KIITDS. 

Jeffries Point EAST BOSTON. 



Special attentdon giTett to Repairs. Tadhts hauled up and stored 
for Winter. Drafting, Modelling, etc., to order, 

F. CRUTCHLEY, 

ItAKIIKACTDIlBB OF 

1IC| 
S, iiuiuuu, mvivijuu, iiiiuivuuk], 

Pap Mm' Mm, aii all litt or Cariritte LdjUiii Tools. 

59 ELM STREET - - - . BOSTON, MASS. 



^BIOTOIiB PAINnNO, PIJ. TINO AMT> HaPA IBtNq A. SPBOIALTT. -e* 

AARON R. CAY ^ CO. 

STiLTZOXTERS, 

AND ACCOUNT BOOK XAlfUFACTUBEBS. 

BUIi il EMaut, Mr, Drain, Gtecti. BUI Iiallui iil Cirli LlttotriiM aii Pmitl. 
No. 122 STATE STREET, BOSTON. 

B. s. OAT. hdwin w. gay. 



472 ESSEX OOUNTT DIREGTORT. 

JOSEPH A. RITCHIE, 



(FomxtMLT ov ISlvw Yoke), 



BOAT BUILDER, 

Bear 119 SimnBr Street, Carlton's Wharf, East Boston. 

8TBAM LAUNCHES, LAPSTREAKS, WHITEHALLS AND BOATS OF 
EVERY DESCRIPTION BUILT AND REPAIRED. 



MAHUPACTURBBS Of 



BTENCILS,MACKER£L BRANHS, 

Steel Letter* and FIgurea, BteocU Dlee, Bornlog Brandt, Btencll Pante and Brushes, Rubber Btampa, 
Dating Btampe, Seal Prewee, etc., Patent DisUUera', Fleh and Cigar Brandt. 

K. A. JACOBS. 26 NORTH MARKET. STREET, BOSTON. 




GUNMAKER, 

20 Devonslure Street, Boston, ICass. 

All kinds of Gun Repairs, and work done in a thorough manner. 

BICYCLE AND TRICYCLE REPAIRING. 






J. H. B. LANO. BSTABLISHBD IV ISM. JOHN H. JACOBS. 

LANG iD JACOBS, 

^ WUUUVXU »/»uuxxuu. 

0OUI AOBMT0 rOB 

WILSTS PATZNT SAFETY AUTOMATIC OIL CABINITS 

Noyst' Improved Oil Saving Cabinet Tanks. 

MS. 1 TO 9 lilDU SQUARE, GOB. BROID - - BOSTOM, 

JOHN K. KUSSELL, 

MILK CAN MANUFACTURER, 

AND DEALBB IB 

Mllkmen*s Qoods, Cans of all Sizes, Cresmers, Coolers, etc. 
No. 39 CENTRAL AVENUE .... LYNN. MASS. 



ESSEX COONXr DIREOTORT. 



Lloyd G. Lewis, 

UAHCPACrnBER OF 

All Kinds of Spools. 




[FAfTTUBBB OF THB 



FATlTOHliLLSrOOL 



FACTORY, FOOT OF COMMERCIAL ST., 

LYNN, MASS. 



474 ESSEX COUNTY -MBEOTORT. 

THE "HUB" WRAPS I DRAWERS, 

CPat. iLuff. 8, 1881»> 

JSftTa many superior ftdvantagM over all otbera. It has tho PATENTED SUSPENBOST 60BE» 

which prevonto chafing, and removM all dlsa^eeable pointo, >ach aa aeams, extra cloth, and tightening 
ov«r the knee ; It removee the unpleasant feeling experienced in all other*, both foreign and domeetic, 
and are Indliipenaable for large men that appreciate comfort. Aleo, the wrap opening In front gives it a 
superioritj of adjustment; as It fits looaely, It remains in position and is not so oppressive In warm 
weather as the light weights of merino (aorlo (and for winter wear has a chest protector attached which 
pfevents colds, neuralgia, oAtarrh, pneumonia, etc.)* 

CUSTOM SHIRTS, 

Hand-made, easy aad perfect fittloc, with a fhll line of 
COLORED, CRETONNE, MADRAS and PENANG for STREET WEAR. 

Emliroijlerell, Heistitclieil anH Frencli Fine Plait Bosois, 
"HUB" SHIRT EMPORIUM, 

383 Washington Street (Opposite Franklin). 
I. A. HOWE - - - - ■ Boston, Mass. 

ESSEX MilLLS 

LEATHER BOARD, 

■ "CoTuiter Board.," 

INNER-SOime, SHANKIN6, ETC. 



COUNTERS OF ALL KINDS ON HAND 



s^s 



S. F. DAVISON, Proprietor. 



? PARKER it WOOD, 

AGRICULTURAL liPLEENTS, 

Seeds and Wooden ■Ware._ 



¥ 




THE THOBIAS HARROW, 

JTew Clipper Mower, 

I X L Plow, 

Baay Lawn Mower, 

AND ALL 0K8IIIABLC SPECIALTIES. 



WM. T. WOOD & CO. 

MANUFACTHHKRa OP 

Ice Tools, 

OF FINEST QUALITY, 




WmTClWRlliDTOOIH 

^IceHows. 

IBend for Descriptive Oatalonue and Piioe List. 

PARKER & WOOD, 

49 NOETH MiRKET STREET - ■ BOSTON, MASS. 



AUSTIN & GRAVES, 

MAHDriOTOBESB OF ALL HirDJ OF 

PILOT BREAD, 

Crackers and Ship Bread, j 

116 COMMERCIAL STREET, ! 

BOSTON. 

iiDbro:e t. Ot&th. J. Whitney Aiistin. ^ 

JOHN ROBINSON & CO. 



MA.NDrAOT0BEBB OF 



Corks ® Bungs. 

IMPORTERS OF CORKS. 



DEALERS m 



BMEES'lEOTmilS'SIIFU 

83 Union St., Boston. 

iimidA^ MURRAY ST., NEW YORK. 

- Pu. Jul. I uid Julf 1,ieM, I ' 



FR^NK PEXaCG, 

Sole Agc7U for 

"SHULTZ'S" RAW-HIDE BELTING, 

liACEl AND PICKEB LEATUBB, 

138 Pearl Street .... BOSTON, MASS. 

ror Bar; Sail*, SMpptr, Oartl, CaHHter, Kpaadtr, Ootu, Winder and Itrlvlng Bell; i» 
faat, fur MARU FLACBa U U aeknoietrdgat to be the BEST In ti.a. 

This Belting Is tanned only on the Snrroces, retaining all the strength of the 
Raw Bide, nod by a new Patented Process of Filling, Is made perfectly pliable. It 
does not get hard; It does not tear out at the lace-boles or rivets; it airetches le^s 
than any otiier l>elt; It hogs the pulley better, anil dlsplnces one tblrd more poiver 
than an> other belt. There In no add, alknli, salt or astringent n^ed in Its inanu- 
fatLure, — the process is entirely mechanical. In competitive tests with all the 
leading Oii*<-TB]ined Belts, tt has severeil Ibem nlth only one half thetr width. 
The Lace-luather is made of Itaw Hide, wlthont an; Tanning, and is stronger and 
will wear longer than any other Lnce-Iesttaer in the market. 



m TouofnrB vELL-KHmri lunrACTniEEs im. this eeitiio ii q 

rk M11I>, New Toik Mlll>, N. Y. WllllrnBnllc Linen Co., WllltmantLc, t 

Carpel Wr.rk(. Amturdun, M. Y. Windhnin CotUtn M'f ■ Co., WlUlmiin 



H.nfurd Corpal Co., Them p«ini1 lie. Conn. 
Whevlvr ft WlieouU'r'gCD., Brhlnpart,Coui. 
AmofkcBE U'f -g Co., MiinchMlvr, N. H. » 



H1ii>i1hI> Bio*., Hlmdalo, Miu». JicfcKn Company, Nuhun, N. H. 

WhlOn. Bro»,, WhUinsi.He, Mdh WMteriy Woolw Co.. Wwlerly. K. I, 

Cb. v. WhUn, Wliltlnavllle, Mui. Phaoii Woolen 0>.. Weilerlv. R. I. 

Paul \niliin M'r'g Co.. Nortbbridge, Unas. Coburn Woolwi Hilla. Kkovbcgan, Us. 

NaunetaureltaOxionUllla, LoTeTl, Uaaa. Uont:imW fa Co., Krar '- ' " 

Horlbbon>'WooloDCo..NorU.boro',ll»M, ~— -»-t- =.--^- 

■ - -' — ' '- m Co^.,^ Fall Rlwr, Kua. 

■Vail, Wei'deo & Co.'. PioYddsiii 



COLLICOTT'S BOILER lUBE SCRAPER. 



PRICE, fl.OO PEA INCH. 

WbvD ordering, pleue (iTt onUlde dluoeler at tube. 

FitANE FEIBCE, Sole Kannfaotnrer, 126 Pearl Stre 



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