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Full text of "Fort Wayne, Indiana, city directory"

PUBLIC LIBRARY, FORT WAYME & ALLEN CO. 

GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS COLLECTION 

FORT WAYNE, INDIANA 



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ALLEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 




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GENEALOGY 
977.202 
F77P 
1868-69 



TV^ILLI^MS' 



FT. WAYNE DIRECTORY 



I^OIE^ 1868-9; 



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TO WHICH IS APPENDED 



A UNITED STATES POST OFFICE DIRECTORY. 



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FIFTH ISSUE : 

COMPUTED BY WIL,L,IA5IS & €0. 



PUBLIC LIBRARY, FORT TONE & ALLEN CO 

GOVERN?^£NT DeCU^ENTS COLLECTION 
FORT V'MYNE, INDIANA 

FORT WAYNE, IND.: 

No. lOi Columbia Street. 

1868. 




CINCINNATI ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Vanduzen & Tift, 

Buckeye Bell Foiiiuliy, 



IIS^ Church, Academy. Factory, Plantiition, 
Steaiiiboat, Fno, and Signal Bells. IManufao- 
tiiiers of and Deak'rs in Ilra^^s Coc-ks, Gl()>)e 
Valve-, Ste;!m Whistle", Brass Castings, Spel- 
ter Solder, Bahbitt Metal, Irci Pipe and 
Fittings, Hose and Couplings, Steam and 
Water Ganges. 

102 and IC4 East Second St.. 

Ci:%'€S:^^:?b'ATl, - ©MS®. 




PREFACE 



\\'e believe th. • uv patrons will fiud our present Issue more reliable 
than auy of our prc.eiiinf^ Volumes. The inlbrmatiou which it contains 
is the result of a t'lnrouiih canvass of the City of Ft. Wayne, superin- 
tended by H. THiiiiNTON Bennett, Esq., our Asv^^istant Compiler, whose 
conifictency and faiclifulness have been fully tested by our patrons, iii the 
vohiii;'- heretofore 'Oiupiled by him for the Citv of Ft. Wayne. 

'I' idilcct and j-.opare the matter for a City Directory for publica- 
tion. >- .! perplexing and difficult task. The nature of the work compels 
us to >eek inform, tiou from each member of the community — from the 
iuteili luit and the i,2,uorant ; from the civil and polite citizen and the 
rouub aid unlettctd resident. kSome are unwillinu' to have their names 
appc.u ill a City Directory, and purposely avoid the canvasser ; others 
j;-ive the informati ii in an imperfect and scarcely intelligible manner. 
Only ibrough pvr-evering labor and continued watchfulness can an 
approximation to rrectness be attained in a Work of this character. 
We tiiiiik, howe.'.. . that we have in most instances been enabled to 
overc'vnie the dithLiiities and obstacles which surround the undettaking, 
.iml enutidently believe that the Directory fur 18G8-9 will be found 
by <uu patrons a reliable and trustworthy uuide to the Residences and 
Businesti Houses '■! uie CiTY OF Ft. "Wayne. 

Oar new DirkotuRV, for 18G8-0, contains about Six THOUSAND 
NAMi.:?. which is a much larger number than is contained in any Di- 
KECTOKV previously published for the city ; and, judging from experience 
gathered from the canvass of other cities, we should say, shows that the 
preseixi Dopulation of the Citv op Ft. Wayne is upwards of twenty-six 
thousand souls. Vv ithiu the last five years the Citv has not only greatly 
incre;i.-ed in popui;!t!on. but the numerous splendid business houses, large 
manui'aetories and beautiful residences, erected during that period, are 
palpabie evidences of a great increase in bu.sine.s.s and wealth, and indi- 
cate for the city a frdil more rapid growth in the imme'liate future, and 
demonstrate, beyond a doubt, the power of Ft. Wavne to maintain her 
proud position in the foremost rank of the great Cities of the West. We 
predict for the Citv of Ft. Wayne a rapid increase in population and a 
progiessive and f/in-perous future. 

We return ou; :li<iuks to the merchants and business men of the City 
for the patronage extended to the Work, and to the Press, for the many 
favoratjle notices published during the canvass, and renew our promise to 
the public to faithfuiiy labor to make each succeeiing Issue of our 
Directory more worthy of commendation ami patronage. 

WILLIAMS & CO. 



CONTENTS. 



Abhrevijitions 35 

Al [il'.alietical Arrin^emunt of Xiimei 35 

liauks and Bankers 25 

Benevolent Assnciatiuiis 20 

Unundario-i of Wards 3i' 

Business Directory 181 

Cliureh Directory 21 

(Mty (r over n men t 17 

Oountv Officers 27 

Fire Department IS 

InJex to Ailvertiaemunts G 

Insurance Companies and Agencies 2'i j Townsliip Officers 

Internal Revenue 22' 



Justices of the Peace 25 

IMisoellaueons 20 

Newspapers 28 

Xjtaries Public 24 

PateiitLaws . . 8 

Post nice Directory Back jiart of Bool: 

Preface 5 

Public Buildings 23 

School Department 19 

Sketch of Fort Wayne 9 

Street Directory 31 

23 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ART GALLERY. 

ShoatfJ. A 38 

ATTORN KYS AT LAW. 

Houch John 51 

R;indan F P 34 

BAKixa po\vdi':r. 

Biddle & I'.rnndriir 50 

BELL FOUXDRY. 

Vnndnzen & Tift 4 

BLACKS.MITII SHOP. 

JMesing Ch.is ■^S 

BOILERS. 

Bass k Hanna 42 

Murray (fe Baker 41 

BOOKSELLER. 

Stockbridse X. P 48 

BRASS FOUXDER. 

Hatterslev A 4ti 

BREW KETTLES. 

Xenroth Anton 34 

BREWERY. 

Beck K. .T <t Stotz 62 

BUSINESS COLLEGE. 

American Busi ness Institute 3U 

CAUPEXTER 

Potter .Joseph L 48 

CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, &a. 

McDougal ,t Co 66 

ToH-nlev, D;WaM. Bond & (?o lii 

CARRIAGE MANUFACTURERS. 

Stanley. Bieber & Co 64 

Stevrn< Thos 46 

CAR WHEELS. 

Bass .t Hanna 42 

CASTIXGS. 

Murray «t Baker 44 

CLOAK AXD DRE.SS MAKIXCI. 

rtf C. (t Co 38 

T.wnlev. DeWald. Bond & Co 16 

CLOTHIERS 

Fledderman John G. & Co 40 

CLOTHS, &<:. 

Frencli. Hanna & Co 62 

COAL OIL. 

Biddle i- Brandritr 50 

COLLECTING AGENT. 

Bossier M. H 64 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Coeliran, Hum phrey & Co 44 

I'otter Joseph L 48 

COPPER STILLS. 

Ni-uroth Anton 34 

DRUGGISTS. 

Biddle & Brandriff .50 

(jratigny tt Co 34 

Meyer Bros. S: Co 2 

DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES. 

Gratisnv tt Co 34 

DRY GOODS. 

O rff C . .\: Co 38 

Root ,V Co 2 

Townl.-v. DeWald, Bond Al Co 16 

DYE WORKS. 

LewisB. A 46 

ENGIXEERS. 

Murray & Baker 44 



FANCY GOODS. 

Gr;itif;"v & Co 

Root ,<• Co 

FOUXDRY FACIXGS. 

Crawford Geo. & Co 

FRUIT JARS. 

Hemintrrav R. & Co 

FURXITURE. 

Miller John M 

GAS FIXTURES. 

Hatterslev A 

GEAR CUTtlXG. 

R. IS tetter Louis 

GLASS MANUFACTURERS. 

Hemingray K. & Co 

GRATES. 

Bass ,t Hanna 

Siitermeister & Becker 

GROCERS. 

1 1 II est is k Hamilton 

HARDWARE. 

Brand rill' & Roberts 

HOTEL. 

JIayer House 

IXSURANCE. 

jKtna Insurance Co Facing pntje Si and 

American Life of Phil adeltihia 

Bos.slerH. II 

Condon .1. Frank 

Ilomeof Xew York ... 

lloujih John .56, 58 and 

International of New York 

Mutual Life of New York 

rvaudall F. P 

Uiii'.erwri ters* Agency 

IRON FOUNDERS. 

Murrav & Baker 

IRON, NAII.S, .Vc. 

Bran.lritr k Roberts 

IRON RAILING. 

Bass \' Hanna 

LAND AGENTS. 

Ho.iirhJolm 

Ran.l-ill F P 

LIME. PLASTER AND CE.MENT. 

Crawf.ird Geo. & Co 

LOOKING GLASS PLATES. 

JlillerJohn M 

LUMBER DEALERS. 

Clark \' Rhiiiesmith 

Coeliran , Humphrey & Co 

MACHINE WORKS. 

Bhss ,t llanna 

MANTELS 

Siitermeister & Becker 

MARISLE WORKS. 

Siitermeister <t Becker 

MEDICINES. CFAMILY). 

Biddle & Brandrift 

Mever B os. A: C" 

MILL FURNI.^.HING GOODS. 

Bass \- Hmna 

MILLINERY 

Oift C. Si Oo 

MILLWRKiHTS. 

JMurray & B.iker . .. 



40 
46 
16 

7 

'2 
36 

62 

52 

40 

56 
66 
64 
66 
58 
60 
60 
60 
34 
58 

44 



54 
34 

1 

40 

48 
44 

42 

36 

36 

50 
2 

42 
38 

44 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



MCSIC AN'D .MUSICAL IXSTRUMEXTS 

Stiiekliiid.f N. P . 

W.ilther F, \V. & Co 

XEWSTAPHIRS. 

F'lrt Wayne Democrat 

Fort Way lie CJ a eite Co 

ludiana Stiais Z.iitiing 

NOTARY PLBLIC. 

Bo<?ler H. H 

NOTION'S. 

Ro.t & Co 2 

PAINTERS. 

.Aml(;vsoii& Kover 36 

PAINTS. OILS. .V.C 



liulJle ^ Braudriff ."Oi STEAM ENlJINES. 



I SASH. DOORS. BLINDS. &c. 

■18. Bramlriff .\; Rol.crts f2 

Gtj j C'lchran. liuniphrt-v ,!l Co -14 

Hur.l 0. D ; SO 

SAW MILLS. 

MuriMv \- Biker 44 

SEAL PRESSES. 

Evi;nsP.,Jr 1 

SLEIGHS. 

Stanley. Beilier & Co 64 

SMIT MACHINES. 

liiiss A: Hauua 42 

SODA ASH. 

Crawl.. r. 1 O.o. & Co 1 



68 



701 
61 1 



Brandrilf ,t Roberts .5'. 

Grati;;ny A: Co 34 

Meier Bros A- Co 2 

PAPER HANfilNUS. 

AuJersiin it Kover 3>' 

Stock l.r idle N. P 48 

PATENT LAWS. 



Kni-ht Br.< SisTOVES. etc 



A: Hiiiina.. 42 

Murray A: Biker 44 

Rtistctt^v Loni«..,. 10 

STENCIL CUTTER. STEEL STAMPS. &c. 

EvcusP...Ii- 1 

STORli FRONTS. 

Hard O.D 50 



PATENT SOLICITORS 

KiUL'ht Bros 4 

PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. 

Shoaff J A 38 

PIANO MAKliRS. 

Walt her F. W. k Co 66 

PLOW MANUFACTURERS. 

Jlesiuft Chas 48 

Rei.l A. D. A: Co 64 

PLUMBERS' MATERIAL. 

ILittcrslev A 43 

printers: 

Fort Wayne Gazette Co 72 

Sarnighaiisen J.... 70 

Zimn^erman »t" Co 68 

PRINTING PRESSES. 



Brandnft k Roberts... 52 

STRAW (iOODS. 

OrffC.A- Co 3S 

TAILORS. (MERCHANT). 

Fledderm:in Jolin (t. A- Co 40 

TIN. COPPER AND SHEET IRON WARE. 

Brandritt A: Roberts 52 

Xenrotli Anton 3o 

TIN PLATE. 

Braniritt .t Roberts 52 

TOWER CLOCKS. 

Rastetter Louis 1^ 

TRUSSES. SHOULDER BRACES. &c. 

Riddle A; BraudriU 

TlRNERS. 

Cochran. Hnmrlirey <t Co ■»< 



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R.istetter Louis 16 WAGON MANUFACTURER 



PUMP MANUFACTURERS 

Kvle A. P. A: Co 
RAILROADS 

C H \." 

P". Ft'w .tC. Railway 74 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Bossier a. H 64 

Hongh John 54 

SAL SODA. CAUSTIC SODA, &«. 

Crawford Geo. & Co 1 



Stevens Thomas 
WINDOW SHADES. 

t McD.niL'al A Co 

D. :?ailroad IM WOOL DEALERS AND WOOLEN JIILL. 

French. Hanna A: Co 

VTROUGHT IRON PIPE. 

Hattersley A 



46 



46 



R. HEMir^ORAY 1^ CO., 

No. 68 Walnut St., Cincinnati, O., 



.VAXrFACTLRER.S OF 







COXSISTIX« OF 

Frnit Jars, Lamps, lanterns, Chimneys, Branfli^'s, Hoik ^Tincs, Bemi 

Johns, Strew Cap Flasks, Tumblers, and a general variety 

of Table Ware. Also, Philosophical Apparatus, and 

Round ii Oval Shades for Artiliclal Flowers and 

Statuettes. Solar, Sun and Comet Burners 

on hand in large quantities. 



X. B.— Our PATENT FRUIT .JARS, manufactured exclusively by us, stand unrivalled for 
preserving qualities, and have the best reputation of any Jar in the West. 

^-•LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO THE COUNTRY TRADE.-^ 



DIGEST OF UNITED STATES PftTENT UWS, 

COMPILED BY 

IvlVIGHT I5HOS., 

No 24 WEST rOUBTH ST., CINCINNATI, O., and 
■ No. 406 F STREET. WASHINGTON, D. C. 



1 & P4TFNT for seventeen years is granted to 
thVfi^st^i^vSTf a new and usefa. AH . acU.ne, 

Manufacture, or l^°™P«f'''°" b^if^f.^'^j o/'patented in any 
known in tlu3 country, nor PUbHsliea or pa 
' foreign country. Application fee, SlJ. issue, * 

Actlfl' |«^ 1";™ ig useful .as a precautionary step, 
in^-ci^sa^r^^hTi^ve-nt!. re^iurL .urth. 

means to m.ature his '.nvention »»^ «'\'^' h- 

'^\°- *"t>PT TPATION for Letters Patent, should 
hv a Model, (wliere the case admits of one) oi 

''^?*'«wsTrX -A patent for 3)i. 7, or H years, is 
ali^.^!?*J^ «^^i;..°;r"slu,^^r^ ^li^^sitlt 
-^--^a;::r=nr^^£^%artic.^- — 
ufacture, or * "««V„""^'";„ked into, or printed, 

-^-::te^:o^::ror^^-^9^-- « ^^f^ 
"-"T^t^rSS^^^S-t^sio 

rXdrfn ?h'e P:tent"^(^mi:!l:Uolt, commissioner of 

Patents, 1857. . , j„.;__ issued as an object 

An engraved or P"»'fi,^^7^„d intended for sale 

copyright law, '""'.y",, >.'" oie .as a work of art, 
ecuted, it is not r-oduced for sale .as a ^,^^^j 

but is designed to_ be affixed V;ir,,;!!,T, f^Hs under 



but is designed to oe amxeu "' '^ "^ ; , j „, ^^j^ 
to a manufactured ftj-t-'^'^^tls^ and consequently 
rntt'^l^;^t\Td^"yrr.^^trl'Bishop,Commis•r 

°^^'1-OPYiuGHT raav be obtained for. 1st. 
P^inth^'r^a^i'^'^a^". forming no par any 01- 
rp^"^t[;;nrand^^ntro? eTg'r^a^inti' I'ntended for sale 

SrU thTlHgir/ atentee or by any ^ his as- 
JmK^|t;^ree inonths p.ior -U. expiration 

r-?BsSSnc!^«:5'i?oiii?^e=io^ 

l"f effortrmJe and difflcnlties incurred in matnnug 
fnd^^ntr^du'cfng the invention AppUca ion fee, SoO. 
T „ c^n \rt 1S4>^ Sec. I; Actlabl, oec. lu. 
'T FOREIGNERS ma, obtain a patent on same 

'"irjOINT "inventors are entitled to a 
appUotti'ota?d''luMb? recorded in United States 



sime instrument; and having the same interests, with 
tlTriKht to u.e them separately, tlu-y can not for any 
egal use of then,, incur any obligatw,,, to each otl^e .- 
Chapm.an, J., Supreme Ct. Mass. IbGl, p. 22o. Allen 

^^'?.f -rJ^iS-E CiPECI FICATION must set forth the 
• .-it. «,f.l7f,ill clHii- a-id exact terms, as to 

Tnlwe one ki "d in tL^aVt 'to which it appert.ains, to 
coitound ...ul use it without n.aking any experiments 

"^T ri^vli'DONn'KNT.-If ■an inventor (before 
anplic^.'m for a rl tVnti kn-wingly suffers his lu- 

v^Ei ;" in.^ public a";' .f "-\',r mibl"- i 
objection, it is a dedication of it to the public. 

''Nr'pi?ent is held to be invalid by "ason of the 
nurchise s.ale, or use prior to the application for a 
rate t except on proof of the abandonment of the 
fniention to the public; or that sneh purchase, s.ale or 
pdor nse,has beiu for more '"a»t»o years prior to 
, h appy^on "i;^ P-l-p^'^cif'.^a^uliUc work^ 
if'reliedup" to void a I-tent, must be such as would 
be sufficient in a patent.-Parker v. Stiles, M l.ean, 

^°Z' 'ax' TIIPROVER upon an original patent 
has n^Hght to use tie original, nor has the origin, 
patentee i right to use the improvement without 

" u"k"E R E ' COLO R A B L E DI FFER- 

En6es* or slight improv.n.en.s, can not shake the 
rightof the original in v.n.or -2^^^ ^^^ ._^_ 

"'cl'^f^GITTilATE fO:>iniNATION, is 

whe^e'two or\Jore ,,a,-ts act f.gether, in a new way, 

"■•>r^YECHANlCAL E(iUIVAI.ENT me.ans 
f ^Jl^'^HE PROm'lvr^'f a^ralented machine is 

'''l'''\'nr^riiTii IlTs!-Pat: nted articles pur- 
chit-edViu'd'e^^to*''!* ht can u..t be sold or used out- 

"2rVAT¥N'fEiU''^vrre.V"ired to mark each 
artfcle made or vended under their patent, (or where 

S?^M=^^!''a^";^---1e^r;;ri! 

!ls^g Ihro^r^si-'Vs-h^n^^r^r^i^ 

P^'rpWrLTVof'nraless than 5100 and costs is 
i„curr\d''J^r^?adi fraudulent i-arking unpa ented 
articles with the word "patent or UUe purase, 01 
for unauthorized use of a patentee's mark. Act Ibl., 

®*9;,^T'HF INVENTION, if new. and useful to 
/.). Ifli. *^-7 '/;",„.,,], piflier of nng experiment 

=^"-?Mre';fu\if do;; th^r'he"^^ discovered some 
new^eUmeJ or Property of matter may secure to 
himself the ownership of us '^^'^^^^J^,,,,, .,„d to 

^' '''.'fr.tf \ts value lis patent, in such a case, 
demonstrate its ^ame. mi 1 . ,^^^^3 

7'^\u' '.TrM "and may e as 'b"oad' as the mental 
'" '*''fir itself But^the mental conception must 

^^^Sii^a -'^^^m^ci^t^r^i^ 

-V^s^me'rfocesfof^rl^The absuact must be^^ 

existence, ready '"""P^"' inventor shall summon him 
?o"^t"is?nl"-uXcrmisrue"r of Patents, Nov.. 

1858. ' 1 



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SKETCH OF FOET WAYNE. 



Fort Wayne, situated on an elevated plain, at the junction of the 
St. Marys and St. Joseph rivers, has from an early period been a point of 
great interest. As early as 1700, the French visited it for the purpose 
of trade with the Indians, and prior to 1719 they established here a 
regular trading post, and it became one of their most important commer- 
cial centers. In the Miami dialect the place was called Ke-ki-ong-gay, 
and Ke-ki-ouge in the Pottawattamie. Vandreuil, the Governor of 
Louisiana, writing in 1751, located " Fort Miami" at this point. It was 
a small stockade fort, built by the French, situated near the St. Marys, 
probably in the vicinity of the canal aqueduct. The dim outlines of this 
fort were traced by General Wayne in 1794r, and by Colonel John John- 
ston in 1800. 

At different periods four nations have held dominion here. The untutored 
Indian for centuries ; and for half a century prior to the conquest of 
Canada, the tri-colored flag waved at the meeting of the St. Joseph and 
the St. Marys. After that, in December, 1760, the British flag was run 
up in its stead, and a fort erected upon the east bank of the St. Joseph, 
near its mouth. May 27, 1763, during Pontiac's war, a small garrison 
stationed there was massacred, througli the treacherous influence of the 
French traders over the Indians. This was about the last exertion of 
French power on this continent, east of the Mississippi. 

The Declaration of Independence, in 1776, was the commencement of 
an era that established the rule of the United States as the fourth power 
that reigned over this region, and still reigns, greater than all that pre- 
ceded it. The sagacious mind of Washington, at an early period, fixed 
upon the junction of the rivers as of commanding importance for a strong 
military post, and the main purpose of the campaign of 1791, was for its 
occupation as a center of military operations for the North -West. His 
plans contemplated a garrison of one thousand or twelve hundred men, 
but the defeat of General St. Clair, within a day's march, defeated his 
well-matured plans, and at that time the American army tailed to occupy 
this favorite rendezvous of the savage Indians — this '• Federal City" of 
the tribes that formed the 3Iiami Confederation. 

In 1794: the United States were more successful. After defeating the 
Indians at the Eapids of the Maumee, General Wayne marched to this 



10 SKETCH OF FORT WAYNE. 



point, and selected lieve a commanding site for a fort; and in October of 
that year " Fort Wayne" was completed. From that period, and bearing 
that name, for now seventy-three years, this has been a center of Ameri- 
can civilization and power. It continued to grow in importance until 
1825, when the first plat of the town was made, and it was laid out and 
incorporated as the "Town of Fort Wayne." Since that time there has 
been a steady, uniform and healthy progress. 

From time to time numerous additions have been made to the original 
plat— November, 1833, the Coanty Addition; October, 1836, Ewiug's 
Addition; and May, 1837, Hanna's Addition, with many others since, 
that have extended the limits of the town something over two noiles east 
and west, and nearly the same distance north and south, and the popula- 
tion has kept equal pace with its enlarged dimensions. 

In 1828 the population of the town and its immediate vicinity was 
estimated at about 500, and in 1830 it was computed at about 800. In 
the winter of 1839 a Charter was granted by the Legislature for a City 
Corporation, and on the 2d day of March, 1840, a vote of the citizens was 
taken upon the adoption or rejection of the Charter, which was adopted. 
The population was then about 1,200 ; in 1850 it reached 4,200, and in 
1860 it was 10,300. At the present time, from the rapid growth of the 
past five years, the population must equal 25,000. 

The causes that produced this rapid growth are apparent. The com- 
manding situation of the town, in the center of a large and fertile scope 
of country that sought this point for trade, with no competing town, and 
the facilities lor export and import, were important elements in its growth. 
The facilities for this commerce resulted from the important internal 
improvements constructed so as to make this a leading point in their 
routes. 

The first of these was the Wabash and Erie Canal, completed from the 
west in 1838, and from the east in the fall of 1842, thus connecting Fort 
Wayne with Lake Erie at Toledo. By affording the means of shipping 
direct to the Lake, the canal drew the trade of a large region of country, 
north and south, immediately to this point. The water power resulting 
from this improvement furnished facilities for the erection of mills and 
manufiictories, that were of great importance in its progress ; and from 
this period it took a new start, and this impetus continued till the era of 
Plank Roads, in 184S. These roads were constructed with much energy 
and rapidity to a great distance in every direction, attracting an increased 
trade from a large and fertile section of country. Lastly came the Rail- 
roads. The Ohio and Indiana Railroad was first located in 1852, and 
completed in 1854. The Fort Wayne and Chicago Railroad was com- 
menced in 1854, and completed in 1857. These two roads being consol- 
idated with the Ohio and Pennsylvania Railroad, constitute the Pittsburgh, 
Fort Wayne and Chicago Railway Company, making a line 467 miles in 



SKETCH OF FORT WAYNE. Jl 



length, and inferior iu importance to no road in the United States, and 
equal to any in its management and success. 

IS'ext followed the Toledo and Western Eailway, located in 1854, and 
completed in 185G, connecting Lake Erie with the Mississippi. 

Aside from the travel and freight brought to Fort Wayne, thus adding 
largely to its commerce, it has the fortunate position of being a central 
point on these great lines, and hence was the best location for their exten- 
sive shops for repair and the building of rolling stock, for both the roads. 
They therefore erected shops so extensive that they should be visited and 
examined to properly realize their magnitude and importance. 

The Toledo, Wabash and "Western Railway Buildings consist of a 
round-house, 140 feet in diameter, with capacity for 24 engines ; brick 
machine shop, 100 feet wide by 160 feet long; blacksmith shop, 40 feet 
wide and IGO feet long ; wood shop, 30 feet wide and 200 feet long. A 
brick freight depot, 25 feet wide and 60 feet long ; an elegant and conve- 
nient passenger depot, 40 feet wide and 100 feet long. These shops and 
the working of the road give employment to over five hundred men, with 
a monthly pay-roll of over $30,000, and an expenditure for material of 
$250,000 per month. 

The shops of the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railway exceed 
in size and importance in direct ratio with the increased length of the 
road, and embrace a brick depot 290 feet long by IGO wide, and two 
stories high ; freight house 200 feet by 60 feet ; brick office for Vice 
President, Superintendent and Engineers, 50 feet square, two stories 
high ; transfer house 25 feet by 100. In addition to these buildings for 
the crencra) business of the road, all the machine work, buildin"- of cars 
and repair work for the entire Western Division, from Crestline to 
Chicago, 280 miles, is done here, requiring extensive buildings and an 
immense expenditure. 

A car shop, main building two stories high, 225 feet by 75 feet, with 
two wings 185 feet by 75 feet, which turns out 30 passenger ears annually, 
and 50 freight cars per month or 600 a year, and uses 18,000,000 feet of 
lumber per year, and iron and other materials in proportion. Machine 
shop for the building and repair of engines, 335 feet long by 110 feet 
wide, one story, and offices al the south end, two stories, and 30 feet 
square. Boiler shop, 140 feet by 50 feet, and in the second story, copper 
and tin shop. A blacksmith shop, 320 feet by 80 feet. Round house 
310 feet in diameter, with stalls for 48 engines. Water house 50 feet 
square, two stories high. Fire proof oil house 30 feet square, two stories 
high. Paint shop 150 feet by 75 feet, with capacity for eight cars. All 
these buildings are of brick, and of the most substantial character, and 
covcrino- over six acres of ground. The men employed and the expendi- 
tuies are equal to the extent and importance of the buildings. Men iu 
the motive power department, under the control of Isaac Dripps, Esq., are 



12 SKETCH OF FOBT WAYNE. 

983; in the transportation department, 538; in road or maintainance way 
department, 1,330; station agents and telegraph operators, 160; total of 
men, 3,020. At an expense for labor and material for a single month: 
Motive power department, ?53,992 67; road, $49,817 19; transport:i- 
tiou, $30,080 60; total, $133,890 -16. For material in motive power 
department, 867,643 53; road, $81,567 98; transportation, $3,540 98; 
total for material, §152,752 49 ; total for men and material, $286,642 95. 
This vast expenditure for buildings, men and materials, gives a satisfac- 
tory solution of the surprise expressed by citizens and strangers alike, at 
the rapid and substantial growth of our city. The prospect of three 
other roads to be completed at an early day — the Fort Wayne and Cin- 
cinnati, the Grand llapids and Northern Indiana, already graded the 
greater part of the way and cars running for twenty miles, and the Fort 
Wayne and Southern, will tend to continue this rapid growth. 

Following the railroad improvements in March, 1855, the Fort Wayne 
Gas Company was incorporated, and extensive works erected, so as to 
light the city in October. The growth of the city has required the erec- 
tion of a new holder 60 feet in diameter, 20 feet deep, with capacity for 
58,000 feet of gas. The pipe is extended over seven miles, and the con- 
sumption 34,000 feet per day. 

A system of improving the streets has been inaugurated, and the result 
is the Nicholson pavement, that meets the approval of all, is now built 
over a mile on our principal streets, with ten squares more under contract, 
and is to be extended as far as the public want demands. 

While thus contemplating the public works as the great cause of our 
rapid growth, private enterprise should not be overlooked, as an equally 
important element in the rajiid increase and prosperity of the city. The 
extensive water power of our canal and rivers has led to the erection of 
eight extensive merchant mills, whose manufiicture command the highest 
price in the eastern market ; also eight planing mills and sash and door 
factories, which give constant employment to over 300 men, together with 
four large steam tanneries, with work for 150 men. 

Prominent among private enterprises are our machine shops and foun- 
dries. The Fort Wayne Machine Car Wheel Works of Bass & Hanna, 
with a machine shop 44 feet by 116 feet, blacksmith shop 44 feet by 30 
feet, foundry 60 feet by 120 feet, car wheel shop 60 feet by 180 feet, and 
boiler shop 50 feet by 140 feet — all substanstial brick buildings, to which 
they have added the extensive shops of the Excelsior Agricultural Works. 
The works give employment to 200 men, with an average pay-roll of 
$10,000, and a monthly expenditure for material of $60,000 to $80,000. 

Besides these, the shops of J. C. Bowser & Co., and Murray & Baker, 
each with an average pay-roll of $6,000, and an expenditure for materials 
of $30,000. All these works are employed to their fullest capacity and 
are unable to keep up with the demand for their work, which is of the 



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most superior character. The large woolen factory of French, Hanna & 
Co., four stories in height, 105 feet long by 55 feet wide, giving employ- 
ment to 70 workmen, with a demand for their work that they cannot 
supply, is another important enterprise. Also the extensive hub, spoke 
and bending factory of N. G. Olds & Son. a three-story brick building, 50 
by 120 feet, with two warehouses, one 30 by 130 feet, the other 25 by 85 
feet, and a two-story brick, 50 by 175 feet, employing 150 men, using a 
million feet of sawed lumber, and making a million and a half of spokes 
annually, and the large and extensive works of the same character of 
Brackenridge & Taylor on the canal leeder, together with the works of 
McElfatrick & Wilder for the manufacture of handles and agricultural 
tools. Nor must we overlook the four-story cabinet shop of John M. 
Miller, 40 by 120 feet, and employing 50 or 60 men, or the cabinet works 
of Griebel & Fee, and John J. Klaehen, nor the extensive planing mills 
and sash, door and blind factories of Cochran, Humphrey &, Co., 0. D. 
Hurd, Clark & Rhinesmith, and A. C. Beaver, giving employment to a 
large number of men and working up an immense quantity of lumber. 
These, with numerous other manufactories, of which the limits of this 
sketch forbid a full description, are all elements of growth and prosperity, 
and readily account for our rapid progress, that must be permanent with 
such extensive works to sustain it, supported by a fertile country, and an 
exhaustless supply of the best timber. 

Among the leading dry goods houses in the city are Messrs. Townley, 
DeWald, Bond & Co., H. R. Sehwegman, Abbott & ShoaflP, Root & Co., 
Frank & Thanhauser, C. Orff & Co., A. S. Evans, Allen, Meyers & Co., 
all of whom do a most extensive business. The firm of Townley, DeWald, 
Bond & Co., successors to J. W. Townley & Co., and Townleys, Dewald 
& Bond, was established in 1839, and is no doubt the oldest in the State. 
The annual sales of this house are now hundreds of thousands of dollars, 
and with the advantages they possess in purchasing and selling goods, we 
can see no reason why their sales should be excelled by any house in the 
West, excepting in the larger cities of Chicago and Cincinnati. 

Turning from this view of the public works and private manufixctures 
to the commerce of the city, we find there equal prosperity in every de- 
partment of trade, not excelled by any city of its population in the West. 
The dry goods stores number over thirty, some wholesale, with a trade of 
§300,000 a year, and retail stores over $200,000 a year ; thirty hardware, 
iron and stove stores, single stores reaching a trade of 8150,000 ; and over 
forty boot and shoe stores, with a heavy trade ; seventy grocery stores, 
some with a trade reaching near 8200,000 ; twelve drug stores, the trade 
of a single house being $250,000 ; thirty clothing stores, some with a 
trade of 8150,000; with book and jewelry stores, and all the varied 
branches of trade, and the credit of no merchants in the West stand 
higher than those of Fort Wayne. 



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In capital, banking and financial resources, the city is surpassed by 
none. It is sufficient to name the tliree National Banks, the First, Fort 
Wayne and Merchants', and the extensive banking house of Allen, Ham- 
ilton & Co., with a coaibined capital of not loss than $700,000, to prove 
the sound basis of our financial condition, to which may be added the 
Fort Wayne and the Summit City Building and Loan Associations, 
with a capital of $100,000 each. 

Fort Wayne has also been the great center for the land trade of Nor- 
thern Indiana. At an early day the United States Land Office was located 
here, and in 1836 over a million of dollars were paid in one season into 
the Land Office at this point, and ever since emigration has sought this 
as a favorable point to select and buy lands. The establishing, in 184-1:, 
of the " Indiana Land Agency," which has ever since continued under 
one management, has been a great aid to those wishing to settle in this 
region — the sales at the agency amounting to ^200,000 annually. 

The most important items in a notice of the advantages of a city, are 
the intellectual and religious privileges, and in these particulars Fort 
Wayne stands high. Its daily and weekly papers, with their large cir- 
culation, and well supported, are proofs of this. But of her free schools 
she is especially proud. Four large brick buildings, and two frame, with 
forty rooms, and forty-five teachers, under the able superintendence of 
Prof. J. H. Smart. The Eastern Division embraces eight hundred 
scholars, the Western Division one thousand, the High School and Train- 
ing School three hundred, and schools south of the Railroad three hundred 
more, making a grand total of twenty four hundred scholars, with the 
benefit of fine philosophical appai'atus, library, cabinet and gymnasium, 
all departments giving evidence of good scholarship and able management. 
Add to these the Fort Wayne Female College, Concordia University, the 
various private and denominational schools of a high order, together with 
the Fort Wayne Commercial College, an institution managed with great 
ability and success, and few towns can boast of higher intellectual privi- 
leges and culture. The fifteen churches, some of them of the largest 
dimensions, and of a high order of architecture, well supported with large 
and attentive congregations, all speak in the highest terms as to the 
religious privileges and character of her people. 

In the general appearance of the city, in the character and extent of 
her buildings, embracing over three hundred three and four-story brick 
stores, some of the highest style of architecture, with a magnificent Court 
House, costing over 880,000, and elegant and costly brick dwellings. Fort 
Wayne is not surpassed ; and when we speak of her hotels, t'.ie iiockhill, 
Aveline, jMayer, and other houses, she is not equalled in the country, and 
all for the enterprise of her population, and are the best evidence of 
growth and prosperity. The magnificent " Keystone Block," and num3r- 
ous other stores, the extensive shops, and the large number of handsome 



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dwellings erected the past year, have attracted the attention and admira- 
tion of strangers, and no city in the State has excelled, if any have 
equalled her in growth and progress, and the promise for the future is 
fully equal to the past. 

With a growth and prosperity founded upon so substantial a basis, 
little is hazarded in stating that the population of 25,000 in 18G8 will 
exceed 30,000 at the next census, and that few towns present such strong 
inducements to the merchant, mechanic aud business man of every class 
for a permanent residence, as are presented by the City of Fort "Wayne. 




16 FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 

ONE PRICE STORE. ESTABLISHED 1839, 
Townley, DeWald, Bond & Co., 







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^jD ( 105 and 107 Columbia St., 

JNO. C.GOODRICH, ( 

R.A.GREENE. )FORT WAYM 



R. W. TOWNLE 
GEO. DeWALD 
HENRY W. BON 



LOUIS RASTET 



Manufacturer of all kinds and sizes of 



ToAver Clocks, 



Which I will warrant for ten years, although they will last for ages. 

I also Manufacture and Repair 

Dfllmilfllfl PmK^^^F^ 
Steam Engines and Light Machinery. 



Also special attention paid to 



GJ^EA-R CXJTTIJNTG 

MANUFACTORY : No. 46 West Jefferson Street, 

FORT WAYNE, IND. 



FOI?/T "VT" -A. "^ IsT E 

CITY GrXJIDE 



CITY GOVEENMENT. 



Municipal Election held first Tuesday in May. 

City Council meets second nml fourth Tuesdays in each month. Council Chnmber, west 
side of Clinton street between Main and Columbia. 



MAYOR : 
Henry Sharp — Office in Council Chambers. Term expires May, 13G9. 

CLERK : 

E. L. Chittenden— Office at Mayor's Office. Term expires May, 1869. 

CITY COUNCIL: 

Henry Sharp, Mayer, President. E. L. Chittenden, Clerk. 

1st Ward — Wm. Waddington and Wm. T. McKeau. Terms of both 
expire May, 1869. 

2d Ward — Morris Cody and Jacob C. Bowser. Terms of both expire 
May, 1869. 

3d Ward — F. Nirdliuger and John B. Krudop. Terms of both ex- 
pire May, 1869. 

4th Ward — A. P. Edgerton and John Arnold. Terms of both ex- 
pire May, 1869. 

5th Ward— John Cochrane and B. H. Kimball. Terms of both ex- 
pire May, 1869. 

6th Ward— M. Hogan. Term expires May, 1869. N. C. Miller. 
Term expires May, 1870. 

7th Ward— Geo. DeWald. Term expires May, 1869. Geo. Jacoby. 
Term expires May, 1870. 

8th Ward— John Taylor. Term expires May, 1869. George Link. 
Term expires May, 1870. 

STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE COMMON COUNCIL. 

(May, 1867 to May, 1869). 
On Finance, &c. — Messrs. Edgertou, Cochrane and DeWald. 
On Streets, &c. — Messrs. Arnold, McKean and Bowser. 
On Fire, &c.— Messrs. AVaddington, Cody and Kimball. 
On Police, &c. — Messrs. Kimball, Waddington and Cochrane. 
On Printing, &c.— Messrs. Cochrane, Link and Nirdlinger. 
On Rules and Regulations, &c.— Messrs. Kimball, March and Edger- 
ton. 



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Oq Griis, &c. — Messrs. Bowser, Jacoby and Krudop. 

Ou Public Grounds, &c. — Messrs. Bowser, Nirdliuger and Arnold. 

On Markets, &c. — Messrs. Cody, Hoj!;an and Nirdlinger. 

Ou Sewers, &c. — Messrs. Cochrane, Taylor and Edgerton. 

TBEASUPvER : 

Chr. Piepeubriuk — Office at Mayor's Office. Term expires May, 1869. 
John S. Harrington. Deputy. 

MARSHAL: 

Wm. Linderman — Office at Mayor's Office. Term expires May, 1869. 
Henry Ortmau, Deputy. 

ATTORNEY : 

R. S. Robertson — Office over Merchants' National Bank. Term ex- 
pires May, 1869. 

CIVIL ENGINEER: 

Chas. S. Brackenridge — Office No. 9 Clinton street. Term expires 
Ma}'-, 1869. W. S. Gilkison, Deputy. Daniel McKendry, Rodman. 

ASSESSOR : 
Geo. Fisher — Residence 182 Griffith street. Term expires May, 1869. 

MARKET MASTERS : 

Wm. Schneider — Barr Street Market. Term expires May, 1869. 
Broadway Market, vacant. 

STREET COMMISSIONER : 

Wm. H. Briant — Term expires May, 1869. Dora Briant, Assi-^tant. 

SUPERVISOR : 
George Murphy, 

SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES : 

Vacancy. 

NIGHT WATCH: 

Wm. Ward, Captain ; Frederick Limecooley, Geo. P. Gordon, John 
Creutzer, Wm. Schoppman, Abner A. Kelsey and Dederick Meyers. 

BOARD OF HEALTH : 
Doctors B. S. Woodworth, I. M. Rosenthal and T. P. McCullough. 
Terms expire May, 1869. 



FIEE DEPAETMENT. 



HIRAM POYSER, Chief Engineer. 
Richard Eossington, First Asst. Geo. Fisher, Second Asst. 

Alert Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1.— Truck House, west side of CHn- 
ton street, corner of East Berry. Meeting Hall, south side of East 
Main street between Clinton and Barr. Louis T. Buckwalter, Foreman. 

Mechanics' Engine Co. No. 1, (Steam).— North-east corner of Court 
and Berry. Thos. Mannix, Foreman. 



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Vigilant Engino Co. No. 2, ("Steam). — North-east corner of Court and 
Berry. Johnson Rodabaugh. Foreman. 

Torrent Engine Co. No. 3, (Steam). — West side of Clinton between 
Berry and Main. H. W. Fry, Foreman. 

Eagle Engine Co. No. 4. — Broadway between Berry and Wayne. 
Tobias Rietze, Foreman. 

Protection Engine Co. No. 5.— Sixth Ward, south of the T., W. & W. 
Eailway Shops. Philip Luxembourger, Foreman. 

Rescue Engine Co. No. G. — Located in the Seventh Ward. John 
Morell, Foreman. 

FIRE DISTRICT. 

Section 1. — All that part of the City of Fort Wayne embraced within 
the following limits, shall be known as the fire limits of said city, to-wit : 
Beginning at the intersection of the Wabash and Erie Canal with Ewing 
street, thence east along said south line of the Canal to the center of 
Lafiiyetle street, thence south along said Lafayette street to its intersec- 
tion with Lewis street, thence west along the center of Lewis street to 
the center of Ewinc: street, thence north alone; the center of said Ewing 
street to the place of beginning. 

LOCATION OF FIRE CISTERNS. 

1. Intersection Clinton and Wayne streets. 
Clinton and Jefferson streets. 
Jefferson and Hanua streets. 
Jeiierson and Griffith streets. 
Pritchard and Broadway streets. 
Washington and Van Bureii streets. 
Union and Wayne streets. 
West and Pritchard streets. 
Prince and Bass streets. 
Lafayette and l^Iontgomcry streets. 
Barr and Madison streets. 

12. Fronting Steam Engine House on Court street. 

13. '' Cathedral on Calhoun street. 
U. " No. 44 West Wayne street. 

15. Intersection Barr and Holmau streets. 

16. " Calhoun and Maumee streets. 

17. " Calhoun and Wallace streets. 

18. South of Railroad on Lafavette street. 

19. South of Railroad on Hanna street. 

20. Intersection Washington and Ewing streets. 

21. North-west corner of Barr street and Market House. 

22. South-east corner of Broadway and Market House. 



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PUBLIC SCHOOL DEPAETMENT. 



BOARD OF EDUCATION : 

Meets first and third Monday of each month. 
Oliver P. Morfran, President ; Dr. John S. Irwin and Edward Slocum. 



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SUPEKINTENDENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS: 
James H. Smart — Office on East Wayne street near Calhoun. 
SCHOOLS AND TEACHERS : 

High School Building on East Wayne street near Calhoun. Robert 

G. McNiece, A. B., Principal. 
Susan B. Fowler, teacher of French, Drawing and Painting. Mary 
B. Norwood, teacher of Latin and Mathematics. Lucia F. Clark, teacher 
of Natural Science and Latin. John Howard, teacher of Music. Carl 
Gottfried Holthusen, teacher of German and Gymnastics. 
Training School Building on East Wayne street near Calhoun. Mary 
H. Swan, Principal and Teacher of Methods. 

Lena S. Funelle, Criteo Teacher ; Jennie Y. Snively, Adelia Lynn, 
Melvina Mahuvin, Lou. Strong, Robiua Pierce, Maggie Tower, Ella 
Stranghan and Lizzie Johnson, Pupil Teachers. 

Jefferson School Building, corner of Jefferson and Griffith streets. Car- 
rie B. Sharp, Principal. 

Julia D. Brainerd, Susan C. Hoffman, Isaac Mahuvin, Abba M. 
Knapp, Clara S. Waile, Laura A. Kimball, Abbie W. Phelps, Frank C. 
Sinclear and Lyde J. Wilson, Teachers. 

Clay School Building, corner of Washington and Clay streets. Stephen 

F. Smart, Principal. 
Helen McG. Ayres, Lena O. Hicks, Nellie Wright, Elsie A. Smart, 
Sallie H. Wilson, Mary E. Stevens and Hattie M. Armstrong, Teachers. 

Washington School Building, corner of Washington and Union streets 

Abbie J. Sharp, Principal. 

Nellie M. Jones, Martha A. Jones, Amanda P. Connelly and Susan 
E. Shaffer, Teachers. 

Sixth Ward School Buildincr, corner of Hoat^rland and Butler streets. 

Catherine Gerry, Principal. 
Kate D. Turner and Almira Sweringen, Teachers. 

Eighth Ward School Building, corner of Jefferson and Harmer streets. 

Alice E. Smith, Principal. 



BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATIONS. 



MASONIC : 
Masonic Hall, north-west corner of Calhoun and Berry streets. 

Fort Wayne Commandery, No. 4 — Knights Templars; instituted 
December, ISS-I. Meets on second Thursday evenings in each month. 

Fort Wayne Council, No. 4. — Instituted May 5, 1855. Meets on 
second Saturday evening in each month. 

Fort Wayne Chapter, R. A. M., No. 19.— Instituted May, .1851. 
Meets on first Wednesday evening of each month. 

Wayne Lodge, No. 25, F. ct A.M.— Instituted May, 1823. Regular 
meetings, Tuesday evenings on or preceding each full moon ; adjourned 
meetings, Tuesday evening of each week. 



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Summit pity Lodge, No. 170.— Instituted May, 1855. Eegular meet- 
ings, on Friday evening preceding full moon ; adjourned meetings, Fri- 
day evenings of each week. 

Sol. D. Bayless Lodge, No. 359.— Instituted June, 1867. Meets 
every Monday evening. 

Ancient and Accepted Scotish Rite — Four Orders ; Meets third Thurs- 
day evening in each month. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS : 
Hall, east side of Court street, over Post Office. 

Fort Wayne Lodge, No. 1-4.- Instituted October, 1843 ; meets every 
Monday evening. 

Harmony Lodge, No. 19. — Instituted January 31, 1845 ; meets every 
Thursday evening. 

Concordia Lodge, No. 228. — Instituted January 15, 1862; meets 
every Wednesday evening. 

Summit City Encampment, No. 16. — Instituted November, 1849 ; 
meets first and third Saturday evenings in each month. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF GOOD TEMPLARS: 

Hall, east side of Calhoun street between Columbia and Main. 
Summit City Lodge, No. 14. — Meets every Monday evening. 



CHUECH DIEECTOEY. 



BAPTIST: 
First Baptist Church, north side of Jefferson between Harrison and 
Webster. Rev. Gr. L. Stevens, Pastor. 

GERxAIAN REFORMED : 

St. John's Church, south side of Washington between Harrison and 
Webster. Rev. F. R. Schwedes, Pastor. 

Salem Second German Reformed Church, west side of Clinton near 
Berry. Eev, C. Caat, Pastor. 

JEWISH : 

Achduth Veshalom Synagogue, west side of Harrison between Wayne 
and Washington. Rev. Edward Rubin, Rabbi. 

EVANGELICAL ASSOCIATION : 

Evangelical Associaton Church, corner of Clinton asd Holman. Rev. 
M. W. Steffey, Pastor. 

EVANGELICAL ASSOCIATION— LUTHERAN : 

Trinity English Evangelical Lutheran Church, south-east corner of 
Clinton and Wayne. Eev. Samuel Wagenhals, Pastor. 

Emanuel's German Evangelical Lutheran Church, south side of Jef- 
ferson between Jackson and Union. Rev. W. S. Stubnatzy, Pastor. 

St. Paul's German Evangelical Lutheran Church, west side of Barr 
opposite Madison. Rev. Wm. Sihler, Pastor. 



22 FORT WAYNE CITS' GUIDE. 

St. John's German Evanirelical Lutheran Church, south-cast corner of 
van Buron and "VVashiui^ton. Kcv. Casimer Baumao, Pastor. 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL: 
Rev. L. W. Monson, Presiding Elder. 

Borry Street (M. E.) Church, north-east corner of Harrison and 
Berry. Rev. W. «. Birch, Pastor. 

Wayne Street (M. E.) Church, south-west corner of Wayne and 
Broadway. Rev. J. T. Iddings, Pastor. 

Centenuary Methodist Church, south-east corner of Dawson and Har- 
rison. Rev. C. H. Wilkinson, Pastor. 

German (M E.) Church, north side of Washington between Griffith 
and Fulton. Rev. Louis Dunker, Pastor. 

PRESBYTERIAN : 

Fii'st Presbyterian Church, (0. S.) south-east corner of Clinton and 
Berry. Rev. Thos. H. Skinner, Jr., D. D., Pastor. 

Second Presbyterian Church, (N. S.) south side of Berry opposite 
Cass Rev. Geo. 0. Little, Pastor. 

l^Iission Church and Sabbath School, north-east corner of Calhoun and 
Ilolman ; at present attached to the First Presbyterian Church. 

PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL : 

Trinity Churcli, south-west corner of Berry and Fulton, Rev. Joseph 
S. Large, Rector. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC : 
Right Rev. John H. Luers, Bishop of Fort Wayne. 

Immaculate Conception Cathedral, east side of Calhoun between Jef- 
ferson and Lewis. Very Rev. Julian Benoit and Rev. Edward Brammer, 
Pastors. 

Mother of God Church, (German), south-east corner of Lafayette and 
Jeiferson. Rev. Joseph Weutz, Pastor. 

St. Paul's Church, (German), south-east corner of Griffith and Wash- 
ington. Rev. E. Koeuig, Pastor. 



UNITED STATES INTEENAL 
EEVENUE. 



OFFICERS FOR THE TENTH DISTRICT OF INDIANA. 

W. H. Withers, Collector Tenth District of Indiana. Office, No. 44 
Calhoun street, Fort Wayne. 

George D. Copeland, Assessor Tenth District of Indiana. Residence, 
Goshen. 

A. G. Barnett, ^issistant Assessor for Division Xo. 1, Allen Co. Office, 
No. 44 Calhoun street. Fort Wayne. 

Alexander Hall, Assitant Assesor for Whitley Co. 

H. W. Upson, Assistant Assessor for Kosciusko Co. 

E. G. Ilerr, Assistant Assessor for Elkhart Co. 

F. W. Vcdder, Assistant Assessor for LaGrauge Co. 
0. W. Parish, Assistant Assessor for Steuben Co. 
Frank M. Willis, Assistant Assessor for DeKalb Co. 
J. B. Stoll, Assistant Assessor for Noble Co. 



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PUBLIC BUILDINGS, HALLS, &C. 



Townlcy's Block, north-east corner of Columbia and Calhoun. 

Union Block, north-west corner of Main and Clinton. 

Masonic Hall, north-west corner of Calhoun and Berry. 

Odd Fellows' Hall, over the Post Office. 

Phoenix Block, north-west corner of 3Iain and Calhoun. 

Court House, on Public Square. 

Colerick's Hall, north side of Columbia between Cliuton and Barr. 

Post Office, east side of Court between Main and Berry. 

Miller's Block and Hall, north-west corner of Berry and Calhoun. 

Pratt's Hall, north-west corner of Main and Harrison. 

Robinson's Block, west end of Columbia. 

Templars' Hall, north-west corner of Calhoun and Berry. 

Stewart's Hall, west side of Calhoun between Maiu and Berry. 

Firemen's Hall, north-east corner of Court and Berry. 

Firemen's Hall, south side of Main between CliutoQ and Barr. 

Keystone Block, south-west corner of Calhoun and Columbia. 

Aveline House Block, south-east corner of Calhoun and Berry. 

Commercial College Building, south side of Main between Calhoun and 

Clinton. 
Hamilton's I'few Block, west side of Calhoun between Main and Berry. 
Burgess' Block, south side of Main between Calhoun and Cliaton. 
Burgess and Schwegman's Block, 99 and 101 Columbia. 



TOWNSHIP OFFICEKS. 



TRUSTEE : 
John G. Maier — Office, Mo. 78 Columbia. Term expires April, 18G9. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE: 

Daniel Eyan — Office in Hamilton's Hall Building. Term expires June 
23, 1869. 

Adam H. Bitteng-c-r — Office north-west corner Main and Calhoun. 
Term expires October 28, 1871, 

Benjamin Saunders — Office in Phcenix Block. Term expires April 
19, 1870. 

Wm. Stewart — Office west side Calhoun opposite Court riousc. Term 
expires April 27, 1872. 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC IN ALLEN CO. 



D. W. Bowen — Term expires February 2, 1869. 
Thomas J. Dent — Term expires February 2, 1869. 
Wm. T. Jenison — Term expires February 18, 1869. 
Geo. W. Wood — Term expires June 7, 1869. 
Samuel T. Hanna — Term expires June 7, 1869. 
Wm. J. Kerr — Term expires June 7, 1869. 
Benjamin Saunders — Term expires June 7, 1869. 
David P. Whedon — Term expires June 7, 1869. 
Chas. M. Barton — Term expires July 6, 1869. 
Homer C. Hartman — Term expires July 6, 1869. 
Christian Piepenbrink — Term expires May 18, 1869. 
Jeiferson C. Bowser — Term expires November 17, 1869. 
Chas. McCulloch— Term expires October 2, 1869. 
James E. Graham — Term expires December 1, 1869. 
Samuel H. Bloomhuff — Term expires December 1, 1869. 
Edward O'Rourke — Term expires December 1, 1869. 
John H. Fleming — Term expires January 9, 1870. 
Frank V. V. Schell— Term expires January 12, 1870. 
Fred. Beach — Term expires January 25, 1870. 
A. H. Carier — Term expires April 2, 1870, 
Wm. Griffiths— Term expires May 8, 1870. 
Geo. P. Stinchcomb— Term expires May 7, 1870. 
Wm. S. Crane — Term expires May 7, 1870. 
Henry M. Williams — Term expires July 7, 1870. 
Geo. W. Jones — Term expires August 11, 1869. 
Chester Scarlett — Term expires January 7, 1871. 
Thomas Meegan — Term expires January 7, 1871. 
David P. White — Term expires January 15, 1871. 
Elias G. Coverdale — Term expires January 29, 1871. 
John W. Hayden — Term expires July 7, 1869. 
Henry H. Bossier — Term expires May 2-4, 1871. 
Henry Colerick- Term expires August, 1871. 
Calvin D. Crane — Term expires November, 1871. 
Allen Zollars — Term expires November 11, 1871. 
Samuel Swaynie — Term expires November 29, 1871. 
Peter Heller — Term expires December 26, 1871. 
Allen McDougall — Term expires March 17, 1872. 
Wm. Lytic — Term expires April 17, 1872. 
Geo. R. Hartman — Term expires May 7, 1872. 
Michael Crow — Term expires June 10, 1872. 
Geo. W. Durgin, Jr — Terra expires July 9, 1872. 



FOKT WAYNE OUT GDIDE. 



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OFFICIAL LIST OF THE JUSTICES 
OF THE PEACE FOE ALLEN CO. 



NAME. 

John McMillan, 
John Dougal, 
J. H. Anderson, 
A. P. Crichton, 

A. H. Wells, 
S. H. Ambler, 
Henry S. Kelsey, 

B. F. Lehew, 
Luke Levanaway, 
Nicholas Ladig, 
Wru. McCrory, 
Geo. Billiard, 
Jas. L. Hunter, 
Simeon B. Stouder, 
Patrick Ney, 
Amaza Shaffer, 
Daniel Byan, 

F. A. Roy, 
Winton Bennet, 
Alouzo A. Baker, 
Isam Boswell, 
J. W. Hare, 
Piatt Squiers, 
Geo. (1. Nuttle, 
Wra. Dickci'sou, 
Peter S. Crisenburj, 
Adam H. Bittin^er, 
^ym. Stewart, 
Bcnj. Saunders, 

C. y. N. Millimau, 



COUNTY. 

Jackson, 

Adams, 

Adams, 

Pleasant, 

Washington, 

LaFayctte, 

Washington, 

Marion, 

St. Joseph, 

Jefferson, 

Cedar Creek, 

Aboite, 

Adams, 

Aboite, 

Lake, 

Madison, 

Wayne, 

Jefferson. 

Lake, 

Monroe, 

Mauraee, 

Pleasant, 

Soipio, 

-Milan, 

Monroe, 

Springfield, 

Wayne, 

Wayne, 

Wayne, 

Wayne, 



P. O. ADDRESS. 

Monrocville, 

New Haven, 

New Haven, 

Little River, 

Fort Wayne, 

Zanosville, 

Fort Wayne, 

Root, 

Fort Wayne, 

New Haven, 

Leo, 

Fort Wayne, 

Nev/ Haven, 

Fort Wayne, 

Randall, 

Massillon, 

Fort Wayne. 

New Haven, 

Randall, 

Monroeville, 

Monroeville, 

Little River, 

Hall's Corners, 

Charaberiain, 

Monroeville, 

Harlan, 

Fort Wayne, 

P'ort Wayne, 

Fort Wayne, 

Fort Wayne, 



TERM EXPIRES 

April 18, 1872 

April 27 

April 18 

November 12 

January 21 

January 22 

January 21 

April 19 

May 20 

November 7 

November 9 

November 7 

April 19 

April 19 

April 19 

June 20 

June 23 

April 28 

May 3 

April 28 

April 28 

May 5 

Mav 29 

April 28 

October 29 

October 29 

October 28 

April 27 

April 19 

April 19 



1872 
1872 
1871 
1872 
1872 
1872 
1871 
1871 
1870 
1870 
1870 
1871 
1871 
1870 
1869 
18G9 
1869 
1869 
1869 
1869 
18G9 
1869 
1869 
1868 
1868 
1871 
1872 
1870 
1870 



BANKS AND BANKERS. 



j Fort Wayne National Bank — South-west corner Main and Clinton- 
j Capital, §250,000. Chas. D. Bond, President: Pliny Hoagland, Vice 
I President; Jared D. Bond, Cashier. Pliny Hoagland. Oliver P. Morgan, 
j Jesse L. Williams, Benj. W. Oakley, Chas. D. Bond, Directors. 

First National Bank of Fort Wayne — South-east corner Main and 
Court. Capital, 8200,000. J. D. Nuttman, President; John Orff, Vice 
President ; W. B. Fisher, Cashier. Samuel T. Hanua. F. Nirdlinger. 
J. M. Miller, John Orff, J. D. Nuttman, A. S. Evans, A. D. Bran- 
driff; W. B. Fisher, B. D. Miner, Directors. 



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Merchants National Bank — North-west corner Main and Calhoun. 
Capital, $100,000. S. C. Evans, President; D. P. Whedon, Vice Presi- 
dent; Dr. John S. Irwin, Cashier. S. C. Evans, D. P. Whedon, Sol. D. 
Bajless, N. P. Stockbridge, H. C. Schrader, Directors. 

PRIVATE : 

Allen, Hamilton & Co. — West side Calhoun opposite Court House. 



INSUEANCE COMPANIES AND 

AGENCIES. 



HOME COMPANY: 

State Insurance Company of Fort Wayne — -Office, 11 Clinton street. 
Capital, $100,000. James L. Worden, President ; S. Ijumbard, Secre- 
tary. James L. Worden, S. Lumbard, H. B. Reed, O. Bird, George W. 
Babcock, Directors. 

AGENCIES: 

American Life Insurance Company of Philadelphia. 

J. Frank Condon, Agent, Hamilton's Hall Building. 

^tna Insurance Company of Hartford, Conn. 

Home Insurance Company of New York City. 

International Fire Insurance Company of New York City. 

Underwriters' Agency of New York City. 

Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York City. 

John Hough, Agent, Office 50 Calhoun street. 

Phoenix Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn. 
Travelers Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn. 
Hartford Live Stock Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn. 
Insurance Company of North America, Philadelphia, Penn. 
Manhattan Fire Insurance Company, New York City. 
Home Life Insurance Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

H. H. BossLER, Agent, Hamilton's Building. 

American Horse Insurance Company. 

Brooklyn Life Insurance Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Thos. p. Cordrey, Agent, 20 E. Berry. 

Phoenix Insurance Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Fire and Marine Insuiance Company, Springfield, Mass. 

Winneshiek Insurance Company, Freeport, 111. 

State Insurance Company, Fort Wayne, Ind. 

New England Mutual Life Insurance Company, Boston, Mass. 

S. Lumbard, Agent, 11 Clinton street. 

Hartford Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn. 
Merchants Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn. 
Indianapolis Insurance Company, Indianapolis, Ind. 

F. P. Randall, Agent, 9 Clinton street. 



FORT WAYNE CITY GUIDE. 27 



^tna Life Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn. 

A. H. Carier, Agent, over Post Office. 
Lorillard Fire Insurance Company, New York City. 
Merchants Fire Insurance Company, Chicago, 111. 
City Fire Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn. 

H. C. Hartman, Agent, Hamilton's Hall Building. 
Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Company. 
Equitable Lifp Assurance Society, New York City. 

Dr. John S. Irwin, Agent, north-west corner Main and Calhoun. 

North-Western Mutual Life Insurance Company, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Security Fire Insurance Company, New York City. 

Continental Fire Insurance Company, New York City. 

Home Fire Insurance Company, New Haven, Conn. 

North American Fire Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn. 

Putnam Fire Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn. 

Enterprise Insurance Company, Cincinnati. 

Republic Insurance Company, Chicago. 

Lumbermens Insurance Company, Chicago. 

Geo. W. Durgin, Jr., A^ent, 26 Court street. 

Continental Life Insurance Company of Hartford, Conn. 

J. J. Kamm, Agent, 24 Court street. 



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COUNTY OFFICEKS. 



Court House, east side of Calhoun between Main and Berry. 



JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT: 

Robert Lowry, Judge of the 10th Judicial Circuit. Term expires 
November, 1870. 

JUDGE COURT COMMON PLEAS : 

Robert S. Taylor, (by appointment), of the 20th Common Pleas Dis- 
trict. Term expires October, 1868. 

JUDGE CRIMINAL CIRCUIT COURT : 

James W. Borden— Office, Court House. Term expires October, 1873. 
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT : 

Wm. Fleming — Office, Court House. Term expires November, 1870. 
John H. Fleming, Deputy. 

SHERIFF : 

John McCartney— Office, Court House. Term expires October, 1870. 
Isaac W. Campbell and Joseph Burchfield, Deputies. 

AUDITOR : 

H.J. Rudisill— Office, Court House. Term expires October, 1869. 
Clarens Mathieu, Clerk ; F. W. Kuhne, Deputy. 



28 FORT WAYNE CITY GUIDE. 

TREASURER : 

Henry Monning — Office, Court House. Term expires October, 1869. 

C. M. Barton, Deputy. 

RECORDER: 

Clem. A. Rekers — Office, Court House. Term expires June, 1872. 

D. P. White, Deputy. 

SURVEYOR : 

J. S. Goshorn — Office, Court House. Term expires November, 1869. 

CORONER : 

Jolm P. Waters — Term expires October, 1869. 

COMMISSIONERS : 

Office, in Court House. — Meet Quarterly. 

David H. Lipes — Term expires October, 1869. 
John A. Robison — Term expires October, 1870. 
John Begue — Term expires October, 1871. 

PROSECUTOR OF THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 
Joseph S. Dailey — Residence, BluflFton. Term expires December, 1868. 

PROSECUTING ATTORNEY : 
Edward O'Rourke — Office, north-west corner of Main and Calhoun. 
Term expires October, 1873. 

SUPERINTENDENT POOR HOUSE : • 

John Spice — Term expires September, 1872. 

SCHOOL EXAMINER: 

James H. Smart — Office, at High School. Term expires June, 1872. 

COUNTY PHYSICIAN: 

Chas. E. Sturgis — Term expires June, 1869. 

COURT HOUSE JANITOR : 
David A. Robison — Term expires March, 1869. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



Port Wayne Daily and Weekly Gazette — Office, 5-4 Calhoun. Fort 
Wayne Gazette Co., Publishers and Proprietors. 

Fort Wayue Daily and Weekly Democrat — Office, south-west corner 
of Calhoun and Pearl. E. Zimmerman & Co., Publishers and Proprie- 
tors. 

Indiana Staats Zeitung (German) Tri- Weekly and Weekly — Office, 
north-east corner of Columbia and Clinton. John D. Sarnighausen, 
Publisher and Proprietor. 

Sunday Morning Chronicle, (Weekly) — Office, north-west corner of 
Main and Clinton. Freeman, Tigar & Co., Publishers and Proprietors. 

Fort Wayne Advertiser — Office, in Swinney's Block, opposite Court 
House. Thos. S. Taylor, Publisher and Proprietor. 



FORT WAYNE CITY GUIDE. 29 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



Allen County Bible Society — Organized April, 1833. Depository, 73 
Columbia. Meets last Tuesday in eacli month. A. S.Evans, Treasurer. 

Indiana Laud Agency — John Hough, Proprietor. Office, 50 Cal- 
houn street. 

Fort Wayne College — West end of Wayne street. Incorporated in 
184:6, under the patronage of the North and North-West Indiana Con- 
ferences. C. P. Hodge, Professor in Charge. Officers of the Board of 
Trustees: Isaac Jenkinson, President; John M. IMiller, Treasurer. 

Pendagger Club — Organized June 11, 1848. Meets the first Satur- 
day evening iu each mouth. Ilooms, Columbia street between Calhoun 
and Clinton. W. J. Van Schuyver, President; E. L. Chittenden, Sec- 
retary. 

Lini'.euwood Cemetery — Situated on Huntington Road, one-and-a-half 
niiles from the city. I. D. G. Nelson, President ; Jared D. Bond, Sec- 
retary and Treasurer ; I. D. G. Nelson, J. L. Williams, Chas. D. Bond, 
P. Hoagland and 0. P. Morgan, Trustees. 

Fort W^ayne Gas Light Co. — Organized August, 1855. Capital, 
§150,000. A. P. Edgerton, President ; H. H. Edgerton, Secretary and 
Treasurer ; J. H. Walker, Engineer ; A. P. Edgerton, R. E. Fleming, 
Byron D. Angell, Sylvester Medbury and H. H. Edgerton, Directors. 

German Catholic Carl Barromceus Society — Organized August, 1860. 
FLill in St. Joseph's School, corner of Jeflersou and Lafayette streets. 
31artin Bargus, Marshal; Erwin Weber, President; Mathias Schuler, 
First Secretary ; Joseph Banner, Second Secretary ; Conrad Tremmel, 
Third Secretary ; John Mohr, Treasurer. 

Caledonian Society — Organized February, 1860. Meets at room in 
Court House Building, first Thursday evening in each month. Election 
of Directors annually iu February. 

Working Men's Institute and Library — Organized August, 1854. 
Booms in Court House Building. Election of Directors annually in 
December. 

Township Library — No. 78 Columbia street. Open every Saturday. 
Number of Volumes, 1,200. John A. Maier, Librarian. 

Concordia College — Situate north side Maumee Pioad, cast of Corpo- 
ration Line. Under the auspices of the (jerman Evangelical Lutheran 
Synod of Missouri, Ohio and, other States. Board of Trustees and In- 
spectors : Rev. H. C. Schwan, Cleveland, 0. ; Bev. F. W. Husmann, 
Euclid, 0. ; J. G. Thiume, John F. W. Meyer, Christ. Schaper, Fort 
Wayne ; Rev. Dr. Wm. Sihler, President ; G. A. Sazer, Director ; C. 
Bonnet, Treasurer. 

Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, Division No. 12 — Organjr^d 
12th April, 1864. Meets every Saturday evening at Hall No. I'J (j'' 
ton street. Clark Snider, C. E. ; H. C. Brush, F. A. E. 

Lafayette French Benevolent Society — Organized February, 1861. 
Meets second Saturday in each month at Hall No. 54 E. Main street. 
A. H. Carier, President; A. Parniu, Sec'y ; J . B. Chauvey, Treasurer. 



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The Fort Wayne Buildins;, Loan and Savings Association — Patrick S. 
O'Rourke, President; W. B. Fisher, Treasurer; Geo. W. Durgin, Jr., 
Secretary ; John M. Godown, Jos. B. Stellwagon, John B. Morgan, Wm. 
Waddington, Isaac Howey and Oscar A. Simons, Directors. Annual 
meeting, first Monday in September. Organized July, 1868. Directors 
meeting, first Monday in each month. Office, 26 Court street. 

The Summit City Building, Loan and Savings Association — David P. 
Whedon, President ; W. B. Fisher, Treasurer ; Geo. W. Durgin, Jr., 
Secretary ; Patrick S. O'Rourke, Lorin Smith, John B. Morgan, Fred. 
A. Gorham, Henry H. Bossier and Hiram Poyser, Directors. Annual 
meeting, first Monday in March. Organized August, 1868. Directors 
meeting, first Tuesday in each month. Office, 26 Court street. 

Fort Wayne Library and Lecture Association — Reading Room in 
Hamilton's Hall Building. Organized in July, 1868, P. G. Kelsey, M. 
D., President ; F. W. Keil, Secretary ; D. C. Fisher, Treasurer ; W. B. 
Fisher, H. H. Robinson, J. H. Smart, H. H. Bossier and A. S. Evans, 
Directors. 



BOUNDAEIES OF WAEDS. 



FIRST WARD — Comprises all that part of the city lying between 
Lafayette and Monroe streets, north of Railroad Tracks. 

SECOND WARD — Comprises all that part of the city lying between 
Lafayette and Calhoun streets, north of Railroad Tracks. 

THIRD WARD — Comprises all that part of the city lying between 
Calhoun and Ewing streets, north of Railroad Tracks. 

FOURTH WARD— Comprises all that part of the city lying west of 
Ewing and east of Broadway, north of Railroad Tracks. 

FIFTH WARD— Comprises all that part of the city lying west of 
Broadway and north of T., W. & W. Railway Track, 

SIXTH WARD— Comprises all that part of the city lying west of 
Calhoun and south of T., W, & W. Railway Track , 

SEVENTH WARD— Comprises all that part of the city lying east of 
Calhoun and south of both Railway Tracks, 

EIGHTH WARD— Comprises all that part of the city lying east of 
Ma'^foe street and north of T., W. & W. Railway Track. 



FORT WATNE CITY GUIDE. 31 



STEEET DIKECTOEY. 



Baker, west from Calhoun next south of Brackenridge. 

Barr, south from Duck next east of Clinton. 

Bass, from Fairfield Av. east to Hoagland next north of Colerick. 

Berry, east from Rockhill to Canal next north of Wayne. 

Bluifton Plank lioad, continuation of Broadway from P., Ft. W. & C. 

Railway, running south-west. 
Bowser, west from Lima Plank Roud, Bloomingdale. 
Brackenridge, west from Calhoun next south of Douglas Av. 
Braudriff, west from Webster to Hoagland next south of Melita. 
Broadway, from Canal to Bluffton Plank Road next west of Fulton. 
Buchanan, east from Lafayette to Hanna, Lasselle's addition. 
Butler, from Fairfield Av. east to Lafayette next south of Williams. 
Calhoun, south from Canal Feeder to City Limits, between Harrison and 

Clinton. 
Canal, from Clay to Monroe next north of Berry. 
Cass, south from Canal Feeder to Berry, between Ewing and Maiden 

Lane. 
Cass, north from High to Douglas, Bloomingdale. 
Cass, south from Lasselle next east from Piqua Plank Road, Lasselle 

addition. 
Charles, east from Calhoun to Hanna next south of Wallace. 
Charley, east from Hanna to Smith south of Samuel. 
Chicago, north side P., Ft. W. & C. Railway, west from Calhoun to 

Kansas. 
Clay, south from Canal to Lasselle, between Lafayette and Monroe. 
Clinton, south from Duck next east of Calhoun. 
Colerick, from Fairffeld Av. east to Hoagland next south of Bass. 
College, south from Berry next east of Nelson. 
College No. 2, south from Wayne next east of Walter. 
Columbia No. 1, from Harrison east to Lafayette next north of Main. 
Columbia No. 2, east from Fulton north of Canal. 
Comparet, south from W^ayne next east of King. 
Court, from Main to Berry between Calhoun and Clinton. 
Creighton, east from Hoagland to Hanna, south of Lasselle. 
Dawson, west from Piqua Road to Hoagland, next south of Highland 

and Brandriff. 
Division, south from Maumee Road to Lewis, next east of Harmer. 
Douglas, west from Lima Plank Road, Bloomingdale. 
Douglas Avenue, west from Calhoun next south of Lewis. 
Duryee, east from Fairfield Av. to Hoagland, next south of Butler. 
Duck, from Calhoun east to River, next north of Water. 
Edsall, from Berry to Main next west of Jackson 
Elm, south from Maumee Road to Lewis next east of Ohio. 
Erie, north from St. Louis next west of Fairfield Av. 
Ewing, from River south between Grifiith and Cass. 
Fairfield Avenue, continuation of Grifiith 

Fifth, east from Lima Plank Road next north of Fourth, Bloomingdale 
First, east from Lima Plank Road next north of the River, Bloomingdale 



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FORT WAYNE CITY GUIDE. 



Force, Jones & Bass' Foundry Addition. 

Fourth, east from Lima Plank Road next nortli of Third, Bh)omin;^dale. 

Francis, south from Canal to Lewis next east of [Linna. 

Fulton, from lliver south between Gritfith and Broadway. 

Garden, from \Vashin;j;ton south next west of Nelson. 

Gay, south from P., Ft. W. & C. 11. B. next east of John. 

Georire, west from Fairfield Av. next south of Stur^is. 

Grand, south side T., W. & W. Eailway, from Calhoun to Kansas. 

Grant, east from Ilanua next south of Jones. 

Griffith, from Biver south between Ewing and Fulton. 

Hamilton, east from Calhoun to Lafiiyette next south of Wallace. 

Hamilton, east from Hanua to Francis next south of Lewis. 

Hanna, south from Canal to Corporation Line next east of Monroe. 

Harmer south from Canal to Lewis next east of Francis. 

Haniion, from Canal Feeder south, next west of Calhoun. 

Hei ry, west from Hoagland next south of Poplar. 

Herndon, Jou's & Bass' Foundry Addition. 

High, west from Lima Plank Boad, Bloominjidale. 

Highland, west from Piqua Boad to Webster next south of T. & W. B. W. 

Hoagland, south from T. & W. B. ^Y . next east of Fairfield Av. 

Holman, east from Calhoun to Hanna next south of Montgomery. 

Hood, from Pritchard south to Wall next east of West. 

Horace, east and west of Gay next south of Grant. 

Hough, east from Lafayette to Hanna next north of Holman. 

Jackson, from Canal to Corporation Line next west of Van Bureu. . 

Jefferson, east from Corporation line to Harmer next south of "Washing- 
ton. 

John, Jones & Lass' Foundry Addition. 

Jones, Jones & Bass' Foundry Addition. 

Jones, east and west of College next south of Wilt. • 

Kansas, south from Baker next west of Webster. 

King, south from Wayne next east of Harmer. 

Lafayette, south from Biver to Corporation Lino next east of Barr. 

Lasselle, east from Lafayette to Hanna next south of Charles. 

Lasselle No. 2, east from Lafayette to Hanna next south of St. Francis. 

Lavina, west from Fairfield Av. next south of George. 

Lewis, from Ewing east next south of Madison and Jefferson. 

Lima Plank Boad, commencing at Bridge, foot of Plum, running north, 
Bloomingdale. 

Locust, west from Fairfield Av. next south of T. & W. B. W. 

Locust No. 2, from Harrison to Calhoun next north of Water. 

McClellan, south from Lewis nexth west of Webster. 

Madison, east from Barr to Harmer between Jefferson and Lewis. 

Maiden Lane, south from Canal to Berry between Cass and Harrison 

Main, east from Biver to Canal next north of Berry. 

Marion, north from High to Douglas, Bloomingdale. 

Maumee, east from Calhoun to Barr next south of Holman. 

Maumee Boad, east from Harmer next south of Washinicton. 

Melita, west from Webster to Hoagland, next south of T. it W. R. W. 

Monroe, from Canal south to Lasselle between Hanna and Clay. 

Montgomery, east from Barr to Hanna next south of Lewis, 

Morrel, south from P., Ft. W. & C. Bailway next west of Bliilfton Boad. 

Nelson, south from Washington between Gardep and College. 

Nirdlinger, west from Blufiton Plank Boad next south of Wall. 



FORT WAYNE CITr GUIDE, 33 

Noel, north side P., Ft. W. & C. Railway, from Kansas east to Fairfield 

Av. 
Oak, east from Division next south of Mauinee Road. 
Oakley, south from Taylor next west from Fairfield Av. 
Ohio, south from Maainee Road next east of Walnut. 
Pearl, from Fulton east between Main and Canal. 
Pine, south from T. cc W. R. W. next west of Fairfield Av. 
Pittsburgh, cast from Clay to Harmcr next south of Hough. 
Plum, from Water to Sr. Mary's River between Harrisoa and Cass. 
Poplar, west from Fairfield A v. next south of Walnut 
Pritchard, we.st from Broadway next north of P., Ft. W. & C. Railway. 
Rockhill, from Washington to .Main next west of Union. 
St. Francis, Lafayette to llanna. Lassellc's Addition. 
St. Louis, along north side T. &, W. Pi,. \V. we.st from Fairfield Av. 
St. Mary's, north side River Bank from Lima Plank iljad to N. Callioun. 
Samuel, east and west of John next south of Horace. 
Sixth, east from Lima Plank Road next north of Fifth. Bloomingdale. 
Second, east from Lima Plank Road next north of Firt^t, Bloomingdale. 
Smith, south from P., Ft. W. & C. Railway, next east of Clay, Bass & 

Hauna's Addition. 
Spy Run Avenue, commencing at the Bridge, east end of Water, running 

on west side St. Joe River north. 
Sturgis, west from Fulton to Broadway next south of JoiTer-oii 
Summit east from Harmer to City Limits next north of Lewis. 
Suttenfield, east from Calhoun to Hanna next south of Taber. 
Taber, east from Calhoun to Hanna next south of Creighton. 
Taylor, west from Fairfield Av. next south of Locust. 
Third, east from Lima Plank Road next north of Second, Bloomingdale. 
Toledo, east from Lafayette to llanna noxt south of Hough. 
Union, from Corporation Line to Berry next west of Jackson. 
University, south from VVayue next east of Comparet. 
Van Buren, from Canal to Corporation Line next west of Broadway. 
Virginia, east from Lafayette to Hanna next south of Toledo. 
Wail, west from Bluffton Plank Road next south of P., Ft. W. & C. R. W. 
Wallace, east from Calhoun to Hanna next south of Virginia. 
Walnut, west from Fairfield Av. next south of Taylor. 
Walnut No. 2, south from Maumee Road next east of Division. 
Walter, south from Wayne next east of University. 

Washiniiton, east from Corporation Line to Harmer next north of Jefferson. 
Water, from Ewiug east to River next north of Columbia. 
Wayne, east from Rockhill to Harmer next north of Washington. 
Webster, from Berry south to Corporation Line, between Ewing and 

Harrison. 
West, from Pritchard south to R. R. next west of Hood. 
Williams, from Fairfield Av. east to Calhoun next south of Colerick. 
Wilt, from Nelson east next south of Jefferson. 
Wines, from Fairfield Av. to Hoaglaud next south of WilUams. 



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FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 





Corner Main and Calhoun Streets, 

FORT WAYNE, IND. 



Brushes, Combs, Perfumeries, 
TOIL.ET SOAPS, PAIi\'TS, OILS, GLASS ABJO PrXTY, 

And aU articles usually kept by Druggists. 



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MANUFACTURER OF- 





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Iron and Copper Brew Kettles &. Copper Stills 

Of every description made to order at short notice. 



IVo. 119 Calhoun Street, 



FORT WAYNE, IND. 




GIVE ME A. CALL. 

ATTOBNEY ATLA 

Land and Insurance ^gent, 

O IF' IF" I O 3E3s 

West Side Clinton between Columbia and Main Streets, 

FORT WAYIIITE, IIVO. 



FORT ¥AYNE DIRECTORY 



ZF'OEt X068-9. 



-A.BBI^:E3•V-I-A.TIOI^^S. 



av stands for avenue 

b between 

bds boards 

or cor corner 

com commission 

confeo confectioner 

corp corporation 

dray drayman 

e east 

h Iiouse 

manuf manufactory or manufacturer 



mer stands for merchant 

n north 

ur near 

upp opposite 

R. R railroad 

prop'r proprietor 

res residence 

s south or side 

tp township 

w west 

wks worki 



[ALB] 



ABBOTT & SHOAFF, (Wm. T. A. & Wade C. S.) Wholesale 
and Retail Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Notions, 
&c., 99 Columbia 

Abbott Wm. T. (A. & Shoaff) h 213 W. Berry 

Abrahamson Oscar, clerk J. & P. Pierr's, bds Hedekin House 

Achenbach Wm. teacher, at Concordia College 

Adams Abel W. clerk Vigdor Jacobson's, bds 54 W. Main 

Adams Gust, driver, bds John Yahne's 

Adams Israel, engineer, h 138 W. Wayne 

Adelbert Franz, clerk T. B. Hedekin's, bds 82 E. Washington 

Adkins W. D. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Car Shop 

Adler Andrew, cabinet maker, h s b Wall west of Hood 

Adler Frank, music teacher, w s McClellan b Douglas Av. and Bracken- 
ridge 

Adler Geo. cabinet maker, res Andrew Adler's 

iETNA INSURANCE COMPANY OF HARTFORD, 
CONN., Office, 50 Calhoun; John Hough, Agent 

^tna Sewing Machine, 74 Calhoun ; P. Kestel, Agent 

Agster Anna M. boarding house, 156 Harrison 

Agster Henry, machinist, h 15(J Harrison 

Able F. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Freight Depot 

Aickin Peter, carpenter, h e s Hanna b Lewis and Montgomery 

Akers R. F. cabinet maker, h w s Fairfield Av. south of Lavina 

Akins A. clothier, 80 Calhoun, bds Mayer House 

Akins Wm. D. carpenter, h 18 Montgomery 

Albert Nicholas J. bakery and saloon, w s Barr b Berry and Wayne 

Albrecht John, shoe maker, bds G. A. Hermsdorfer's 



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AMERICAN BUSINESS INSTITUTE, 

Corner of Court and Main Streets, 



^ ® 



^^ 



ALL GIEOULARS SENT FREE OF POSTAGE. 

For IParticnlars, ^Vdclress 

. H. LtPES. President. 



F. H. AMtERSON. 



O. J. KOVEU. 



|J0,ii3c flaintcrs aiiij |!aptr Dangers. 

Signs, Store Shades, Banners, Cards, 

Fresco, Scenery, 

And all Ornamental Work executed in Best Style of the Ait. 

PaiBitecI to siait Customers. 

m- KALSOMINING PEOMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

Office and Shop, 91 Columbia Street, Secoiul Floor, 



A. SUTERMEISTER. 



C. BECKER. 



.UTERMEISTER k BECKER'S 



(Formerly J. HUMPHREY & CO.) 



! Si 



bill ifii 



ill 



DEALERS IN 






imu, 



"^^ffe 






m 










^vlarble, Slate & iron Man- 
tels and Grates. 

Corner Main and Fulton Streets, 
(Xear tlic Rocklnll House,) 



FORT WAYNE, 



INDIANA. 



Monumental ami Builriing Work of Every Description, in Every Stylo, at Reasonable Rates. 
Agents for Glazed Sewer Pipe, Utiea and Louisville Cement. 



FORT WAYNE 



[AND] 



DIEECTORY. 



o 17 
0/ 



Albright Frank, slater, h s e c John and Jones 

Alexander W. G. auctioneer, h IGO E. Wayne 

Allegeir B. H. brick yard, s s Maumee Eoad east of Corp. Line 

Allen C. W. carpenter, s w c Wayne and Fulton, h 1G5 W. Wayne 

Allen Daniel Q. (A., Meyers & Co.) res Dayton 

ALLEN, MEYERS & CO., (Daniel Q. A., C. F. F. M. & H. H. 
Culbertson) Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods and No- 
tions, 26 E. Main 

Allen Susan, widow, laundress, h 45 E. Main 

Alriuger Isidor, book-keeper 18 W. Berry, h 7o Lafayette 

Alshouse W. H. engineer, P., Ft. W. k C. Railway Co 

Altenburger Basilius, teamster, h s w c Wayne and Harmer 

Altenburgh B. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. k C. Baihvay Shops 

Alter Jacob, painter, h 32 Wilt 

Alter Nicholas, grocery, e s Force b Jones and Grant 

Altevogt Herman, laborer, h 143 E. Lewis 

Altshou^e Wni. H. engineer, h s s Holmau b Clay and Monroe 

Aman Chas. conductor, h 2G5 E. Washington 

Amanu Daniel, lumber, u s Pearl b Ewing and Cass, h s s Washington 
west of Rockhill 

AMERICAN BUSINESS COLLEGE, s e c Court and Main; 
H. H. Lipes, President and Proprietor 

AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY, w s Harrison opposite 
Columbia ; C. L. Smith, x\geut 

AMERICAN HOUSE, 124 Columbia ; J. C. Hursh, Proprietor 

AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE CO. OP PHILA- 

DELPHIA, Office, w s Culhouu, Hamilton Hall Building ; J. 
Frank Condon, General Agent 

Ames Geo. teamster, h 190 E. Wayne 

Amon Louis, plasterer, h 213 E. Washington 

Anderson , engineer, bds Hedekin House 

Anderson Aquilla, boiler maker, h 75 E. Jeiferson 

Anderson B. C. clerk 87 Columbia, h s w e Pearl and Cass 

Anderson Calvin, (A. & Ely) h 117 W. Wayne 

Anderson Chas. bds Mayer House 

Anderson Eli G. clerk Anderson & Ely's, h w s Blufftou Plank Road 
south of T.. W. & W. Railway 

ANDERSON & ilLY, (Calvin A. & Geo. W. E.) Dealers in Gro- 
ceries and Provisions, n w c Main and Calhoun 

ANDERSON MRS. F. H., Dress and Cloak Maker, 94 Colum- 
bia, up stairs ; h 92 E. JetFerson 

Anderson Felix H. (A. & Kover) h 92 E. Jefferson 

ANDERSON & KOVER, (Felix H. A.&Obediah J. K.) House, 
Sign and Ornamental Painters and Paper Hangers, 94 Columbia, up 
stairs 

Anderson Sarah, widow, h s s Hough b Clay and Monroe 

ANDERSON T. P., Dealer in Pianos, Organs, Mclodcons, Sheet 
Music, &c., 2 Aveline House Block ; h 46 W. Berry 

Anderson W. H. engineer. Mechanics' No. 1, n e c Berry and Court 

ANDRES JOHN, Dealer in Family Groceries, Provisions, &c., 
Barr b Washington and Jefferson 

Andrew Dexter B. millwright, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Andrews D. B. millwright, h 248 W. Wayne 

Andrews David, boiler maker, h n e c Barr and Montgomery 



w s 



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FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



C. OHI^^H' & CO., 



•DEALERS IN- 








Wholesalc Dealers in 



MILLINERY, STRAW GOODS, &C. 



SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO 



DRESS AND CLOAK MAKING. 

ISTo. 103 Columbia Street, 

FOBT WAYJfE, IJfD. 



J. A. S 

^rt Grallery, 

KEY STOXE BLOCK, 

S. W. Corner Calhoun and Colnmbia Sts., 
FORT WAYNE, IND. 

^^ Pictures of every description colored in Water, 

Pastell, Ink or Oil. Porcelaine of all sizes, 

colored or plain. 



FORT WAYNE [AYR] DIRECTORY. 39 



Andrews Wm. K. clerk Meyer, Bros. & Go's, h n s Holman b Calhoun 

and Clinton 
Angell Mrs. 0. widow, h 170 "W. Berry 
Ankenbrock Barney, laborer, h 170 E. Washington 
Ankenbrock Martin, laborer, h 255 E. Wayne 
Ankenbrook J. carder, wks Summit City Woolen Mills 
Anthony Peter, laborer, bds 50 Columbia 
Antrup Birdinia, widow, res 240 E. Lewis 
Anweiler Louis, carpenter, h n e c Pritchard and Jackson 
Apley J. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Car Shop 
App Mathias, boots and shoes, 104 Calhoun, b Wayne and Washington, 

h 79 W. Washington 
Arantz Philip, lumber dealer, h 39 W. Jefferson 
Archibald Geo. peddler, h 103 W. Jefferson 
Arlin Adelaide, bds 283 W. Jefferson 

Armack Albert, book-keeper J. C. Bowser & Co's, h 115 W. Water 
Armbruster Chas. fireman, h n s Buchanan b Lafayette and Cass, Las- 

selle's Addition 
Arment Wm. carpenter, h 229 W. Washington 
Armstrong Geo. W. cabinet maker, bds 134 E. Berry 
Armstrong Harrison C. engineer, h 204 E. Lewis 
Armstrong Melinda, widow, h 251 W. Berry 
Armstutz Peter, laborer, h e s Force b Grant and Horace 
Arnold James, brakeraan, bds Herman Sauppe's 
Arnold John, carpenter, h 125 W. Washington 
Arny Anna, widow, h 25 Nirdlinger 
Artel Valentine, blacksmith, h s w c Hanna and Charles 
Ash Henry J. traveling agent, h 104 E. Main 
Ash J, brakeman, bds Mrs. N. Y. Tunison's 
Ashley Jerome, conductor, bds 105 Jackson 
Ashley Judson, brakeman, bds 105 Jackson 
Ashley Philo, conductor, bds Mayer House 
Atkins Wm. laborer, bds 13 Hood 
Atkins Wm. machinist, wks T., W. & W. Railway Machine Shop 

Atkinson , conductor, h n s Charles b Clay and Monroe 

Aubry Joseph, laborer, h n s Main b Van Buren and Jackson 

Auer Conrad, driver, bds 87 Harrison 

Auer Conrad, driver, h e s Bluffton Plank Eoad b Lavina and Railroad 

Auer Daniel, laborer, h s s Nirdlinger west of Bluffton Plank Road 

Aufrecht Jacob, saloon, nee Main and Harrison 

Aumann ' 'onrad, sawyer, h w s Gay near South Corp. Line 

Auth Peter, laborer, h north of Douglas and west of Lima Plank Road, 

Bloomingdale 
Avelinc Geo. J. carpenter, h 144 E. Berry 
AVELINE HOUSE, s e c Calhoun and Berry; Miller & Moritz, 

Proprietors 
Aveline Mrs. J. A. widow, h 144 E. Berry 
Aveline J. B. stave nianuf , h 144 E. Berry 
Avers John, bricklayer, h e s Hanna south of Grant 
Avron P. laborer, wks P.; Ft. W. & C. Railway Shops 
Axt Moritz, carpenter, h 90 Francis 
Ayres Daniel C. carpenter, h 238 W. Wayne 

Ayres H. P. physician, n w c Calhoun and Columbia, h 120 Clinton 
Ayres Henry B. druggist, bds 120 Clinton 



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HU M. MILL 




M:',nuf:iL'turcr ainl Iieali'V in 



FINE FURNITURE 



Chairs, Husk and Hair 
Mattresses, Looking- 
Glass Plates, &c. 

Xos. 50 & 52 E. Muiii Street, 

FORT WAYKE, INDIANA. 










S. E. Corner Calhoun and Wayne Sts., 

FORT WAYNE, - INDIAKA. 



roorieior 



JOHN Ct. FLEDDERMAN & CO. 



J-M-& 




»i 



f!l f! 



^i<rjD 



13 






No. 25 East Main Street, 



(Near the Post Office,) 



FORT WAYNE, 



INDIANA. 



FORT WAYNE 



[BAL] 



DIRECTORY. 



41 



AYRES DR. S. C, Resident Eye and Ear Surgeon ; Office, s w c 
Main and Calhoun, up stairs ; bda 120 Clinton 

B 

Baals Geo. carpenter, h s e c Jones and Force 

Baals John L. laborer, h 288 W. Jefferson 

Babcock Anna, widow, res 120 Clinton 

Backus Jacob, laborer, h 133 Wilt 

Backus John, helper, h s e c 3d and N. Cass, Bloomingdalc 

Bade Frederick, shoe maker, res Bloomingdalc 

Bade Henry, laborer, res Bloomingdalc 

Bade Henry, watchman, h 195 Ewing 

Bader Fred, laborer, wks T., W. & W. Railway Round House 

Bader Frederick, tanner, h north of Douglas and west of Lima Plank 
Road, Bloominsdale 

Bader Henry, watchman, T., W. & W. Round House 

Bagley Hugh, shoe maker, h e s Lima Flank Road b 1st and 2d, Bloom- 
ingdalc 

Bahde A. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Car Shop 

Bahde Ernst, carpenter, h 198 Ewing 

Bahde Frederick, laborer, h 313 W. Washington 

Baier Nicholas, carpenter, h s w c Brackenridge and Harrison 

Baier Valentine, carpenter, h s w c Brackenridge and Harrison 

Bailey Jerome, laborer, h n e c John and Jones 

Bailey Peter P. bds 145 W. Water 

Baillie John, blacksmith, h s e c Jackson and Wilt 

Bain F. h e s Ban b Lewis and Montgomery 

Bakeman Chas. W. clerk Meyer, Bro. <fe Go's, h 55 W. Water 

Baker A. J. laborer, h s s Pritchard b Broadway and Jack?:on 

B:.ker B. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Blacksmith Shop 

Baker C. carpenter, wks P., Ft. \V. & C. Railway Car Shop 

Baker Conrad, shoe maker, h 193 W. Berry 

Baker Diana, cook, Mayer House 

Baker Geo. J. blacksmith, bds e s Clinton b Washington and Jefferson 

Baker Henry, (\ urray & B.) and superintendent Wabash ct Erie Canal.; 
office, n w c Clinton and Columbia; res on cast side St. Joe River, one 
mile north-east of the city 

BAKER J. & K., (Jacob & Kilian) Saw Mill, s w c Water and La- 
fayette 

Baker Jacob, (J. & K. B.) h 138 E. Main 

BAKER JOHN, Blacksmith Shop and Wagon Maker ; 3Iauufactu- 
rer of Spokes, Hubs, Felloes, &c , w s Lafayette b Main and Co- 
lumbia ; h e s Clinton b Washington and Jefferson 

Baker John W. machinist, wks Murray & Baker's 

Baker Kilian, (J. & K. B.) h 96 E. Main 

Baker Lizzie, waiter, Mayer House 

Baker Louis, laborer, wks Bass & Haniaa's 

Baker Peter, laborer, h 187 E. Washington 

Balcom Mrs. S. L. widow, bds 53 W. Wayne 

Baldwin Miss H. hair dresser, h 80 Columbia 

Balliett Ephraim, blacksmith, h w s Lafayette b Montgomery and FIol- 
mau 



42 



FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



FORT WAYNE MACHINE WORKS. 






MANUFACTURERS OF 



8te;a_m: 



^ 





From 3 to lOO Horse Povv-er. 





Fined or Tub-ular, all Sizes. 

(ji'ist Mil! Maeliinery of Every Description, 



Saw aiHl 

MILL FURNISHING GOODS GENERALLY. 



A X D- 



SOLE MANUFACTURERS OF 



TICKLER'S PATENT CAKE BRUSH SMUT MACHINES. 



.Rj 



LOCOMOTIVE CYLINDERS, 



AND ALL KINDS OF 



imm k m mmumm^ Miimsffis, heis 



ngines, Boilers and General Machinery 

J? r o m p 1 1 y Repaired. 



g^" Competent Millwriglits always on hand to furnish drafts and 
specifications, and superintend putting up our mills. 



FORT WAYNE [BAS] DIRECTORY. 43 

Bullmann Frank J, draymau, has Nirdlinger west of Bluffton Plank 

Boad 
BALTES MICHAEL, Contractor and General " Dealer in Lime, 

Stone, Cement, Plaster, &c., nee Calhoun and W. & E. Canal ; h s 

e c Harrison and Berry 
Bamer Chas. foreman A. C. Beaver's, h u s Madison b Barr & Lafayette 
Banta Herman, painter, h 179 Griffith 

Baragar Ira B. clerk U. S. Express Co., bds American House 
Barbier Peter F. saw filer and repairer, 105 E. Main 
Barbour M. F. real estate agent, bds Hauna House 
Barcorn F. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Boiler Yard 
Barcus Daniel, h 144 E. Lewis 

Bard Saml. (Freeman, B. & Barnett) h 200 W. Berry 
Bare x^mos, conductor, h s s Baker b Harrison and Webster 
Bare Geo. brakemau, h n e c Braudriif and Hoagland 
Bare J. W. fireman, h w s Francis b Lewis and JMontgomery 
Bargus ]\Lirtin, carpenter, h 154 E. Jeifersou 
Barkhorn Frederick, laborer, bds 61 Montgomery 
Barkus H. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Car Shop 
Barkus M. carpenter, wks P., Ft. \V. & C. Railway Car Shop 
Barnard Rosa, waiter, Rockhill House 

Barnes J. B. machinist, h n s Chicago b Webster and Fairfield Av 
Barnett A. G. assistant assessor U. S. Revenue, office, -ii Calhoun, res 

Washington Township 
Barnett A. G. (Freeman, Bard & B.) res east branch Lima Plank Road 

•^ mile north of City 
Barnett J. H. res east branch of Lima Plank Road, ^ mile north of City 
Barr J. S. livery stable, s s Pearl Alley b Harrison and Calhoun, h cor 

Henry and Broadway 
Barrett Frederick C. laborer, h w s Lima Plank Road, Bloomingdale 
Barrett J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Machine Shop 
Barrett Wm. helper, h n s Melita b Webster and Hoagland 
Barron Frank laborer, h w s Hanna b Holman and Hough 
Barron John, h 123 Lafayette 
Barron Joseph, laborer, h 1G5 E. Lewis 
Barry C. A. laborer, wks Clark & Rhinesmith's 
Barry Charles, bds Daniel McKendry's 

Bartels Henry, carpenter, h s s Laviua b Fairfield Av and Broadway 
Barthold Frederick, h w s Calhoun b Grand and Highland 
Bartils Ernst carpenter, bds 61 Montgomery 
Barton Charles M. clerk, bds 22 W. Wayne 
Barton Joshua, brakemau, bds W. W. Fox's 
Basch George, laborer, wks Bloomingdale Brewery 
Basoh Jacob, baker, bds Henry Immel's 
Basey Fred, laborer, h 275 W. Jefferson 
Bash & Eakin, (Solomon B. & Joseph S E.) furs, wool, &c., Harrison 

street, west end of Columbia 
Bash Solomon, (B. & Eakin) h 242 W. Berry 
BASS & HANNA, (John H. B. & Horace H. H.) Proprietors Ft. 

Wayne Machine and Car Wheel Works; Manufacturers of Steam 

Eno-ines, Boilers, Mill Gearing, Car Wheels, Iron and Brass Cast- 
■ ings, etc., Hanna south of Railroad Crossing 
Bass John H. (B. k, Hanna) h s e c Berry and Griffith 
Bass Sion, (W. B. Smith & Co.) res Country 



44 



FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



COCHRAN, HUMPHREY & CO., 



And Manufacturers of 



Sash, Doors, Blinds, Flooring, 

Also, Dealers in 

Lumber, Lath, Shingles, &c., &c. 
WOOD TURNING DONE TO ORDER. 

Factory and Yard, Corner of Pearl and Fulton Streets, 

FORT WAYNE. IND. 

MURRAY & BAKER, 

ENGINEERS, MILLWRIGHTS, FOUNDERS, 




MANUFACTURERS OF 



gg|;r|l|^|cj';>,!|:';ji:pH!>|!';l'ii!l:!Mii^ I'iteaijjiai 



JNGIIES, 



Boilers, Grist, Linseed Oil and Saw Mills, 

Iron and Brass Castings. 

"Works : ^t the RailAvay Depots, 

rORT WAYNE, IND. 



KERR MURRAY, 
HENRY BAKER, 



FORT WAYNE 



[BEA] 



DIRECTORY. 



45 



BASS & SMITH, (John H. B. .t James S. S.) J^ealers in Anthracite 

aud Bituminous Coal, Coke and Pig Iron, Office, at Bass & Hanua's 
Basset ii. H. roofer, bds Hedekiu House 
BASTUES MICHAEL, Dealer in Family Groceries, Provisions, 

kc, also Saluon, u w c Main and Barr 
Batcnian P. H. brakemau, bds Mrs Elizabeth Iba's 
Bates Miss J. A. supt. dress and cloak making dept. Townley, DeWald, 

Bond & Co's, bds Hanna House 
Bates Wm. clerk 105 and 107 Columbia, bds Hanna House 
Batteuberg Jacob, tailor, h s s High w of Lima Plank Boad, Boomingdale 
Bauer Henry, shoe maker, h e s Lafayette b Virginia and Wallace 
Bauer John, polisher, wks Sutenueister »fc Beckers' 
Bauers K. J. barber, bds F. C. Meyer's 
Baughman Jeremiah, foreman, h n of Douglas and w of Lima Plank 

lload, Blot)miugdale 
Baughman Samudl, laborer, h 89 W. Water 
Bauhause Henry, gardener, e s Bluffton Plank Road s of P., Ft. W. &C. 

Railway 
Baumatin Rev. Casimer, h 199 W. Washington 
Baumann John, shoe maker, h 18 W. Lewis 
Baumer Michael, laborer, h e s West b Pritc-hard and P., Ft. W. & C. 

Railway 
Baumer Michael, miller, wks Empire Flouring Mills 
Baumer 3Iichael, machinist, wks Louis Rastetter's 
Bans J^orenzo, porter, 18 W. Berry 
Baxter Eliza M. widow, h 190 W. Main 
Baxter John, h .'■ e c Baker aud Webster 
Baxter John, blacksmith, h e s Oakley b Walnut ana Poplar 
Baxter Joseph, engineer, h s s Water b Barr and Lafayette 
Baylcss Alex. H. (Holmes, Pfeiffer & Co.) h n s Jeffersou b Nelson and 

'iarden 
Bavless Lott. S. bds Rockhill House 
BAYLESS SOL. D., Attorney at Law, Real Estate, Collecting and 

United States Pension Agent, Office, 'IS E. Wayne ; h s w c Wayne 

and Clinton 
Bayless Sol. S. clerk, s w c Wayne and Clinton 
Beaber A. Gr. laborer, h 118 Broadway 
Beaber Columbus, laborer, h 118 Broadway 

Beaber Jacob, carpenter h w s BluflFton Plank Road s of iSTirdliuger 
Beach Frederick, (Morgan & B.) h 133 E. Berry 
Beal J. B. baker, wks Stouer & Wigent's 
Bealer James, brakeman, bds 93 E. Jefferson 
Bealer S. conductor, bds 93 E. Jefferson 
Beals J. H. engineer, bds 219 ^Y. Washington 
Beals Thos. C. engineer, bds w s Harrison opp Columbia 
Beals Wm. policeman, h 219 W. Washington 
Beamer W. B. telegraph operator aud ticket agent T., W. & W. Railway 

Co., bds Henry McKiunie's 
Bean Edward L. clerk, Railroad EaLing House 

Beard Charles, machinist, wks T., W. & W. Railway Machine Shop 
Beard J. Q. clerk 23 Clinton, bds 99 E. Berry 
BEARD THOMAS D., Confectioner aud Candy Manuf .cturer, 23 

Clinton ; h 99 E. Berry 
Beare Geo. carpet weaver, h n w c Bass and Hoagland 



46 



FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



t: 



'9 




AND 



M] aniifac 1 11 r e r . 

East end of Main St., on Clay, FORT WAYNE, IND. 



SiUg^gies and Carriages Repaired, Trinfimcd and Painted. 

POST WAYNE BRASS WOKKS. 

MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF 

BRASS COCKS, VALVES, &c., 

IF^oi* G«s, Steam and Wtvtei-. 

DEALERS IN WROUGHT IRON PIPE, 

STEAM AKI> GAS FITTIXOS FOR SAME, 

Sheet Lead, Lead Pipe, Rubber Hose, rumps, Hydraulic Hams. Bath 
Tubs, Copper Boilers, and Plumbin:^ Material of everj description. 

FORT W^AY]>^E, - ITsTDTAiNrA. 




Office, No. 55 "X^^est W^ater Street, 

FORT WAY:Sf]E, II^'I>. 

«@°-Dyes all kinds of Silk and Woolen Goods any color; also cleans 
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Wearing Apparel, Shawls of every description, 
(/urtains, Carpets, etc., &c.. 

At the Shortest Notice and at Reasonable Rates. 



FORT WAYNE [BEN] DIRECTORY. 47 

Bearo John, cni:::ineer, h n w c Bass aud Hoagland 

Beare Joseph, brakeman, h n w c Bass aud Hoagland 

Beatty D. patent rights, h -±7 W. Water 

Beatty Ellen, waiter, Harmon House 

Beatty Theodosia, h n s Lewis b Francis aud Harmer 

BEAVER A. C, (A. C. B. & Jethro Mitchell) Planing and Flooring 

MUl, Dealer in Lumber, Lath, Shingles, .&c., uw c Glintoa and 

■^Vater; Fiesidcuce, on Ft. Wayne and Little River (iravel Eoad l-i- 

miles south of the City 
Beaver D. S. flour and feed, 64| Calhoun, res Glenwood Mills 
Beberferden August, laborer, bds Henry Greunumanu's 
Bechman John, carpenter, h 109 E. Jefferson 
Bechtold Lewis, groceries, 71 Bavr 
Beck Austin, painter, h 124: Harrison 
Beck B. helper, h 233 E. Jefferson 
BECK P. J. & STOTZ, (Francis J. B. & Ulrich S ) Proprietors 

Bloomiugdale Brewery, west of Lima Plank Road, Bloomiugdale 
Beck Francis J. (F. J. B. ct Stotz) h w s Lima Plunk Road near Canal 

Feeder, Bloomingdale 
Beck Frisbcc T. (Cole & B.) h 192 W. Jefferson 

Beck Henry, laborer, h e s West b Pritchard and P., Ft. W. & C. R. W. 
Beck Joseph, stone mason, h 144 E. Jefferson 
Beck K. laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Beck L. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Shops 
Beck Wm. carpenter, bds 250 W. Wayne 
Beck Wm. L. drayman, h 189 Ewing 
i)cckcr Charles, carpei.ter, h 166 W. Washington 
Becker Christian, (Sutermeister & B.) h 220 W. Berry 
Becker Eliza, clerk Grover &, Baker Sewing Machine Co., 21 Clinton 
Becker Franz, h 99 Montgomery 
Becker Frederick, blacksmith, 11 E. Washington 
Becker Georsre, h e s Calhoun b Washinsfton and Jefferson 
Becker Henry, laborer, h n s Lavina b Fairfield Av. and Broadway 
Becker Jacob, h 177 W. Wayne 
Becker Lizzie, seamstress, bds HE. Washington 
Beckett Theresa, widow, h 200 E. Wayne 
Beckley Isaac, lumber dealer, h 46 E. Jefferson 
Beckley Stephan L. lumber dealer, h 46 E. Jefferson 
Becknasa Fred, h 171 E. Lewis 
Becquette John B. sawyer, h 148 E. Main 
Bedwards Jane, widow, h 43 Clinton 
Beede Wm. laborer, h 173 Harrison 
Beegan M. P. groceries, 37 Columbia 

Beet Wm. carpenter, h w s Calhoun b Williams and Butler 
Beirlein John, laborer, h w s North Cass b 4th and 5th, Bloomingdale 
Belink Herman, laborer, h e s Hanna south of Grant 
Bell Geo. tailor, bds w s Barr b Wayne and Washington 
Bell Jacob, tailor, bds Mrs Mary Troop's 
Bellamy A'. F. painter, h 182 W. Main 
Bellermaun Henry, laborer, h 268 W. Jefferson 
Belloni George, frescoo painter, bds 50 Columbia 
Bellow J. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Shops 
Beman Elizabeth, widow, h n w c Clinton and xMaiu 
Bender Adam, laborer, h n w c Heniv and Hoaglaud 




48 FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 

JOHN H. CLARK. JOHN RHINESMITH. 

CLAEK 86 RHINESMITH, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

LUMBER, DRESSED & U?fDRESSED, 

Fiooring and Siding of all kinds, 

Saginaw Pine, Shingles, Lath, Timber, &c. 

Lumber Yard and Oflioe on Itailroad, South-East of the Depot, 

^^-^ CHARLE^llESM 

GENEEAL BLACKSMITH SHOP, 

AND MANUFACTURER OP 

STEEL PLOWS, HARROWS, &C., 

Water Street, between Clinton and Calhoun Streets, ■ 

FORT WAYNE, IND. 
Particular attention paid to 

STj^IK. BTJILIDIlsra-. 
Shop, Norlh-East Corner Main and GrifTith Sis., 



ISr. p. STOCKBRIDGE, 

iQKSELLER & STATIONE 



-DEALER IN- 



usic and Musical Instruments, 

PAINTED SHADES, WALL AND WINDOW PAPERS, CURTAIN ROLLERS, &c., 
FORT WAYNE, IK1>. 



FORT WAYNE [BID] DIRECTORY. 49 

Beuder Frederick, carpenter, h w s Jiima Plank Road n of Douglas, 
Bloomingdale 

Bender Heary, wagon maker, h u e c Ewlng and Washington 

Beueke Frederick, carpenter, has Bluffton Plank Road b Lavina and 
Eailroad 

Benham P. M. h 77 E. Berry 

Benner Christian, harness maker, h s w c Montgomery and Monroe 

Bcuner Conrad, painter, h 22 Montgomery 

Bennett Abram, boiler maker, h 24 W. Jefferson 

Bennigin Henry, machinist, wks Murray & Baker's 

Bennigin Hugh, molder, h 203 B. Lewis 

Bennigin Huuh, Jr. molder, h 7li Madi.-on 

BENOIT VERY REV. JULIAN, Pastor Immaculate Concep- 
tion Cathedral ; Residence, nee Calhoun and Lewis 

Bensman Wni boiler maker, wks Bass k Hanna's 

Benton A. h 1 15 Francis 

Benz Nicholas, teamster, h n w c North Cass and 3d, Bloomingdale 

Benz Philip, helper, h 170 Lafayette 

Bercot Joseph, carpenter, bds 50 Columbia 

Bercott Louisa, res A. S. Jerman's 

Berdelman Ernst, laborer, Rockhill House 

Berger Ernst, laborer, h 141 E. Washington 

Berlemanu Frederick, carpenter, bds 183 E. Washington 

Bernard Carrie, waiter, Railroad Eating House 

Bernard Josephine, res Margaret Bernard's 

Bernard Margaret, widow, h e s Lafayette b Buchanan and Lasselle 

Bcrnhard Henry, h 55 W. Washington 

Bernhard Newman, clerk 5 Keystone Block, bds G9 W. Berry 

Bernhard Peter, blacksmith, h s s Washington b Nelson and Garden 

Bernhardt Christian, laborer, h n e c John and Grant 

Beruhart Frank, laborer, h s e c Calhoun and Holman 

BERNING COJSIRAD, Dealer in Family Groceries, Provisions, &c.; 
also, Saloon, n s Main b Clinton and Barr ; h 206 Madison 

Besancon Frank, laborer, h 147 Hanna 

Besson John B. brick layer, h w s Monroe b Madison and Lewis 

Best Amann, butcher, h 148 E. Jeffergon 

Bethel Lorin, laborer, bds 199 Ewing 

Bctsch Fred, basket maker, wks 48 Columbia 

Betz John H. fireman, h n s Baker b Webster and McClellan 

Betz Wm. D. laborer, h n s Baker b Webster and McClellan 

Betzler Geo. cooper, s w c Nirdlinger and Bluffton Plank Road 

Beuch J. store keeper, P., Ft. W. k C. Railway Shops 

Beuret John, laborer, h e s Hanna opp Lasselle 

Bcuret Julius, stoves and tin ware, 49 Columbia, h w s Hanna b Jefferson 
and Madison 

Beuret Mary, widow, h 176 E. Berry 

Beusmanu Rudolph, laborer, h 74 Madison 

Beusmanu AVm. boiler maker, h 76 Madison 

Beyer Henry, laborer, bds Fred. Herbst's 

Bicknese Fred, h 171 E. Lewis 

Bickncse Henry, helper, wks Murray & Baker's 

Bicknese Henry, laborer, h 97 Madison 

Biddle G. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Shops 

Biddle Thos. M. (B. & Brandriff) bds Hamilton House j 



50 



FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



BIDDLE & BRANDRIFF, 





Cor. of Columbia and Calhoun Streets, 

FORT WAYNE, IND. 

Dealers in Medioinal Prepanitions of the greiitest purity. All Pre)iaintion.s being made 

with care, nn<i of full strength, as (.lirected by the United States Pharinacopcwia. 

Every thing in tlie Drug line, of the Ijest quality, kept constantly on hand. 



a 



S, 



uiiSj varnisneSj Brusiies 



AND ALL KINDS OF 



ggC'^tirffe, gciita! 6oaife, ®vu.^.c^ti^, 
Supporters, Shoulder Braces, Bandages, &c. 

AGENTS FOR ALL THE POPULAR FAMILY MEDICINES, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

-KOYA-L BA-KIKTG I>CT\^D]ER, 

All Drugs and Medicines sold at their true value, and no fancy prices 
charged lor filling Pre.scripiions, or anything else. 

Pure Wiues and Liquors for mediciual purposes. Spices aud Cream 

of Tartar of our own grinding. None but the very best Coal 

Oil ever sold at our store. All goods warranted true and 

genuine, giving entire satisfaction, or the money 

will be refun.led in every instance. 



MANUFACTURER OF 



Siisli, Doors, Blinds, Moulding, Store Fronts, &c. 

CUSTOM WORK PROMPTLY EXECUTED. 

North Side of the Canal, West of the Gas Works, 

FORT WAYNE, INDIANA. 



FORT WAYNE [BLE] DIRECTORY. 51 



BIDDLE & BRANDRIFF, (Thos. M. B. & Alfred D. B.) 
Wholesale Druggists and Dealers in Paiuts, Oils, Varnishes, Dye 
Htuffs, Trusses, Supporters, Dental Groods, i!tc., 1(J9, 111 and 113 
Columbia, corner Calhoun 

Bieber JEuoeh, h n s Chicago b Webster and Fairfield Av 

Bieber 3Iiltou, (^Stanley, B. & Co.) bds 149 W. Berry 

Bierbaum Frederick, boiler maker, h 203 E. Washington 

Bierly L. laborer, wks N. G. Olds <fc Son's 

Bioisrs Laura, cook, American House 

Billings Thos. E. printer, bds American House 

Billman Rebecca, servant, 108 W. Main 

Billow John, laborer, h n s High w of Cass, Bloomiogdale 

Bilser Christina, widow, h w of Lima Plank Road, Bloomiugdale 

Birbaum Fred, boiler maker, wks Bass & Haun's 

BIRCH REV. WM. S., Fastor Berry Street M. E. Church ; h 2(; 
W. Berry 

Bird 0. h 23 E. Main 

Bireley Luther, bds s s Wallace b Lafayette and Barr 

Bireley Sample C. spoke turner, bds John F. Cartwright's 

Birmingham James, wks Brackeuridge tv: Taylor's 

Birmingham John, laborer, h s s Lewis b Lafayette and Clay 

Birmingham Peter, polisher, h c Lafayette and Lewis 

Bischof Nicholas, laborer, h s w c Fairfield Av and T., W. & W. Railway 

Bischof Wn:. cigar maker, h w s Caliioun b W^ashiagcoa and Jeiierson 

Bissel M. bds 32 E. Main 

Bitner A. brass finisher, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway 3Lichiue Shop 

Bitner Andrew J. harness maker, h 98 E. Jeti'erson 

Bittel George, laborer, h w s Francis b Montgomey and Plough 

Bittinger x\. H. justice of the peace, and (Dawson & B.) office, n w c 
3Iain and Calhoun, h 1-14 Hockhill 

Bittsberger Emanuel F. h n e c Chicago and Harrison 

Bitziuger John, laborer, h s e c Wayne and Corporation Line 

Bixler Wm. steamster, h w s Marion b Bowser and Douglas, Bloomingdale 

Black David H. butcher, h 54 Lafayette 

Black Ed. driver, bds Chas. P. Fletcher's 

BLACK JOSEPH, Manufocturer and Dealer in Hoop Skirts, Cor- 
sets, Fancy Uoois, Hosiery, &c., 91 Columbii ; h 54 W. Wayne 

Blackburn Robert, clerk, Main St. Exchange 

Blaer Christian, baker, bds. Henry Immel's 

Blaisdell Chas. A. machiuist, bds 19 E. Washington 

Blaisdell Philip 0. conductor, h 19 E. Washington 

Blake D. laborer h 129 Madison 

Blakely Saml. laborer, wks A. C. Beaver's 

Blakely Sarah, waiter, American House 

Blakely Wm. brakemau, bds Mayer Hou.-e 

Blakesley Edward, brakemau, bds Hermiu Sauppe's 

Blakesley Lyman, brakemau. bds Herman Sauppe's 

Blanchard E. helper, wks P., Ft. W. &, C. Railway Car Shop 

Blanker Henry, laborer, wks Mrs. Saml. iiauua's 

Blankner C. h 13li W. Wayne 

Blase Louis, bakery, 138 Columbia 

Blocker D. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Shop.s 

Blemker Bendina, servant, Rockhill House 

Bley Theodore, switchman, h 123 E. Lewis 



52 



FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 




Wholesale and Retail Dealers in the various kinds of 







Mfinufacturers ami Dealers in 

(Tin ^latc, Coppcv, gva,^^ 

AND 

Slictt Iron ¥arc. 



— .A. IL, s o, — 

IRON, NAILS AND GLASS, 

m^iim Am ameihca^' hakdware, 

Mechanics' Tools, Pine Doors, Sash, Blinds, Paints, | 
Oils and Varnishes, Scythes, Grain Cradles, 
Forks, Shovels, Hoes, Leather and Rub- 
ber Belting, Mill Saws, &c., &c. 

TSTos. 58 and 60 ColuiTibia Street, 
FORT way:^e, i^i>iaxa. 



A. P. KYLE & CO., 

Puiiip Maiuifacliirers & Eepairers, 

No. 164 Broadway, near P., Ft. ff. & C. Eaihvay, 
FOKT WAYJfE, I3r». 

WELL AND CISTERN PUMPS, 

The Cheapest and Best in nse. 

Repairing Done on Reasonable Terms. 




FORT WAYNE 



[BON] 



DIRECTORY, 



5^ 



Blodget Rosa, chambermaid, Mayer House 

Bloudoit Abel, watch maker, wks Geo. A. Kauffman's 

Bloudoit Felix, h 208 E. Wayne 

BLOOM DANIEL, Shaving aud Hair Dressing Saloon, e s Calhoun 

b Holman and Railroad ; bds Summit City Hotel 
Bloom Nicholas, stone mason, h 1-45 E. Jefferson 
Bloomhuff Frank M. res Saml. H. Bloomhuff's 
BLOOMHUPP S. H., Attorney at Law, Notary Public and Land 

Agent, Office, w s Calhoun opp Court House ; h 70 W. Main 
Bloomhuff Sidney C. broker, h UG W. Wayne 
BLOOMINGDALE BREWERY, west of Lima Plank Road, 

Bloomiugdale ; Beck it Stotz, Proprietors 
BLOOMINGDALE PLOUR MILLS, e s Lima Plank Road at 

Canal Feeder, Bloomingdale ; J. C. Pfeiffcr & Co., Proprietors 
Blum Louisa, widow, h s s Sturgis w of Fulton 
Bly Theodore, yard conductor. P., Ft. W. & C. Bailway 
Blyler Daniel, grocery, s w c Broadway and Washington 
Blystone Isaac, carpenter, h s s Holman b Calhoun and Clinton 
Blystone Oliver, carpenter, res Isaac Blystone's 
Boag Wm. G. machnist, h n w c Webster and Brackenridge 
Boddy Wm. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Freight Depot 
Boehmer Geo. wagon maker, h 185 E. Jefferson 
Bocksberger Valentine, laborer, wks Bloomingdale Brewery 
Boerger Henry, boiler maker, wks Bass & Hanna's 
Boorger Rudolph, cutter, 100 Columbia, h 183 E. Washington 
Boerger Wm. carpenter, h 194 E. Washington " 

Boester Frederick, carpenter, h 184 Griffith 
Boggs G. F. clerk 90 Columbia, bds Rockhill House 
Bohe Mary, teacher, h s e c Brackenridge and Webster 
Bohen Michael, laborer, h 243 E. Jefferson 
Bohliug Wm. laborer, h n w c Hanna and Charles 
Bohn C; P. printer, h s e c Jefferson and Ewing 
Bohne Mrs E. widow, h s s Wall w of Bluffton Plank Road 
Boland John, fireman, h s s Bass b Hoagland and Prince 
Boling Lemuel, painter, h w s Harrison opp Columbia 
Bolinger John, helper, wks Murray & Baker's 
Bolker Henry, laborer, wks T., W. & W. Railway Round House 
Bolman C. laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Bolman Christian, hub maker, bds 23 Hood 
Bolman Henry, bar keeper, bds Julius Kabisch's 

Boltz Conrad, dairyman, h w s Lima Plank Road n of Douglas, Bloom- 
ingdale 
BOLTZ P. P. & BRO., (Ferdinand F. & Frjd. C.) Dealers in 

Staple and Fancy Groceries, Provisions, &c., 88 Calhoun 
Boltz Ferdinand F. (F. F. B. & Bro.) h n s Jefferson b Union and 

Jackson 
Boltz Fred. C. (F. F. Boltz & Bro.) bds 9 B. Wayne 
Boltz Gust, machinist, h n s Holman b Lafayette and Clay 
BOND CHARLES D., President Ft. Wayne National Bank, s w c 

Main and Clinton ; h w s Fairfield Av. s of South Corp. Line 
Bond Henry W. (Townley, De Wald, B. & Co.) h 142 E. Main 
BOND J. D., Cashier Ft. Wayne National Bank; bds Hamilton 
House 



Bond W. J. drugs, &c., 95 Columbia, h 175 Clinton 



54 



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rn 




IND. 



J 



\% 




Has for sale a large amount of Valuable 



? 



Business Property, 

Unimproved Lots, 

And Dwellings, 

In all parts of the City. He also offers for Sale 

IMPROVED FARMS AND LANDS, 

In every pait of AHen County, embracing over 
50,000 Acres, and more than 100,000 Acres in tlie 
different counties of Northern Indiana, North-Wes- 
tern Ohio and Southern Michigan. 



B@^ The large amount of Property for Sale by lum, liis long expe- 
rience as a Real Estate Agent, and his thorough acquaintance with 
the character and value of Lands, should command the attention oi 
all who wii^h to Buy or Sell. 

Office, IsTo. 50 Calhoun Street, 
FORT WAYNE, INDIANA. 



FORT WAYNE [BOW] DIEECTORY. 55 

Boud Stepheu B. (Allen, Hamilton & Co.) h w s Fairfield Av. s of South 
Corp. Line 

Bonfield 31ary, widow, h 34 Monroe 

Bonner Chas. carpenter, h 91 E. Lewis 

Bonnet C. clerk 101 Columbia, h 58 Madison 

Bonnet Caroline, widow, h 58 Madison 

Bono John, laborer, h w s N. Cass b 1st and River, Bloomingdale 

BORDEN JAMES VtT., Judge of Criminal Court; Office, in 
Court House ; bds Aveliue House 

Borgman Christian, boatman, h s s Lavina b Fairfield Av. and Broadway 

Borgmann Wm. teamster, h n w c Ewing and George 

Bornemanu Chas. grocery, 114 Harrison 

Boseker Chas. carpenter, h w s WcClcllan b Brackenridge and Baker 

Boseker Christian, (B. & Forbiug) h s s Brackenridge b Harrison and 
Webster 

Boseker & Forbing, (Christian B. & Jacob F.) carpenters, s s Bracken- 
ridge b Harrison and Webster 

Boseker Henry, clerk 87 Columbia, h 188 E. Jefi"crson 

Boseker Louis, carpenter, h s w c Wilt and Van Buren 

Boshienger Susan, widow, h 171 E. Lewis 

Boss Henry, h 45 E. Main 

Boss Louisa, music teacher, h 109 Lafayette 

Bossel W. helper, wks P., Ft. W^ & C. Eailway Car Shop 

BOSSLER H. H., Notary Public, Real Estate, Insurance and Col- 
lecting Agent ; Office, w s Calhoun b Main and Berry, over Hamil- 
ton's Bank ; h s w c Harrison and Lewis 

Bossier Mena, widow, h 90 W. AVater 

Boster Fred, carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Go's 

Bostick E. (E. B. <k Sou) h 158 E. Wayne 

Bostick E., Jr. clerk 90 Columbia, bds 158 E. Wayne 

Bostick E. & Son, (Emanuel k John W.~) merchant tailors, lOO Columbia 

Bostick John W. (E. Bostick & Sou) bds 158 E. Wayne 

Both Lernhard, clerk 101 Columbia, h 100 E. Jefi'erson 

Both Theodore, (Tresselt & B.) h 100 E. Jefi'erson 

Bott Frank, laborer, h n s Walnut b Fairfield Av. and Oakley 

Botts F. laborer, wks F., Ft. W. & C. Railway Shops 

Bouce Lorenzo, laborer, h s e c Bass and Fairfield Av 

Bouchard L. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Eailway Machine Shop 

Bouchard Louis, dry goods, 67 E. Main 

Boughton S. E. h lb5 E. Wayne 

Bounds James, foreman, h 188 E. Jefi'erson 

Bourie Louis T. traveling agent, h 22 E. Wayne 

Bouse Noble, hostler, American House 

Bouse Theresa, dress maker, h 140 Columbia 

Bouton S. E. supt Summit City Woolen Mills, h ns Wayne b Clay and 
Hanna 

Bowen Daniel W. attorney, h 229 E. Washington 

BOWEN G. W., Homoeopathic Physician and Surgeon ; Office, 52 
Calhoun, up stairs ; h 49 Barr 

Bowen Wm. h e s Barr b Wayne and W'ashington 

Bower John F., Union House, 49 W. Main 

Bowers Mar2,aret, h' s s Melita b Harrison and Webster 

Bowers Maria, h 262 W. AVashinirtou 

Bowers Mary, widow, h n w c Main and Clinton, up stairs 



56 



FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 




TM iSillE 



OF HARTFORD, CONN. 




Net Cash Assets, July 1, 1868, $4,552,776 64 
Losses Paid in 49 Years, over $23,500,000 



Over Four Million Dollars Cash Assets ; 

A current Income of $2,500,000 Per Annum; 

A National System of Efficient Agencies; 

An extensive and Invaluable experience ; 

The Prestige of forty-nine years success ; 

A Perpetual Charter; 

A Cash basis of transactions ; 

Prompt and equitable settlement of Losses, 

Are among the characteristics of this leading American Company 



Heavy mercantile values need strong underwriters. Merchants will 
appreciate the advantages of Insurance with the ^Etna. 

Particular attention given to Insurance of large Stocks of Merchandise, 
Warehouse Eisks, &c., &c. 

Steamboat and Cargo Insurance attended to with care, and every fa- 
cility extended to shippers and transportation men. 

Dwelling House Insurance for terms of three and five years will re- 
ceive special attention, and can be effected at very reasonable rates. 

Policies issued, renewals made, and all matters pertaining to the 
business attended to with fidelity and dispatch. 



POLICIES ISSUED AND LOSSES PROMPTLY ADJUSTED BY 

JOHN HOUGH, Agent, 
Xo. 50 Calhomi Street, FORT WAYNE, IND. 

HE^^RY TONS, Solicitor. D. C. FISHER, Assistant. 



FORT WAYNE [BRA] DIRECTORY. 57 

Bowes Samuel, barber shop, w s Barr b Berry and Wayne 
BOWSER J.^ C. & CO., (Jacob C. B., Joseph R. Prentiss & 

Dauiel M. Falls) Fort Wayne Steam Iron Works ; Iron Founders, 

Manufacturers of Steam Engines, Saw and Grist Mills, Plows, Corn 

Shellers, &c., s s Water b Calhoun and Harrison 
Bowser Jacob C. (J. C. B. & Co.) h 64 E. Berry 

BOWSER JEFFERSON C, Attorney at Law and Notary Pub- 
lic ; Office, sec Court and Main, up stairs ; bds 64 E. Berry 
Bowser Matt. M. student, h 64 E. Berry 
Boyd Benj. S. conductor, h 224 Lafayette 
Boylan James, machinist, h e s Hanna south of Grant 
Boyle Mary, widow, h s s Virginia b Lafayette and Clay 
Boyles E. D. carpenter, h s s Jefferson b Kelson and Garden 
Boynton D. T. traveling agent, h 119 Wilt 
BRACKENRIDGE CHAS. S., City Civil Engineer; Office, 9 

Clinton, b Main and Columbia ; h s w c Clinton and Washington 
Brackenridge Ed. T. h s w c Washington and Clinton 
Brackenridge Geo. W. (B. & Taylor) h 25 Douglas Av 
Brackenridge Hannah, widow, res Joseph Brackenridge's 
Brackenridge Joseph, attorney, sec Main and Court, h w s Calhoun b 

Douglas Av. and Brackenridge 
Brackenridge Robt. attorney, sec Main and Court, h s w c Clinton and 

Washington 
BRACKENRIDGE & TAYLOR, (Geo. W. B. & Chas. F. T.) 

Manufacturers of Wagon and Carriage Spokes, &c., north end of 

Calhoun street, Bloomingdale 
Brackenridge Theodore Iv. book-keeper 58 and GO Columbia ; h w s 

Calhoun b Lewis and Douglas Av 
Bradley James K. machinist, h n s Jones b Force and John 
Bradley S. D. foreman machine shop, P., Ft. W. & C. Railway, bds 

Henry McKinnie's 
Bradley Wm. fireman, P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Co 
Bradtmueller Gottleib, carpenter, h 57 Douglas Av 
Bradway 0. E. brass molder, h 212 E. Lewis 
Brady Chas. H. machinist, h s s Lewis b Calhoun and Harrison 
Brady Peter W. boiler maker, bds John W. Deeter's 
Brady S. A. h s s Lewis b Calhoun and Hari-ison 

Brady W. H. clerk 90 Columbia, h s s Lewis one door west of Calhoun 
Brady Vim. plasterer, h 106 Madison 

Braeuchle Henry, clerk E. Weisser & Go's, h 39 W. Wayne 
Braeuer Conrad, shoe maker, h 156 Ewing 
Brainerd Julia, teacher, bds Henry Sharp's 

Braman W. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Machine Shop 
Bramble J. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Machine Shop 
Brames Christian, h 185 E. Jefferson 
Brammer Rev. Edward, res n e c Calhoun and Lewis 
Brandriff Alfred D. (B. & Roberts) h 238 W. Berry 
BRANDRIFP & ROBERTS, (Alfred D. B. & Wm. A.^ R.) 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Stoves, Hardware, Iron, Nails, 

Glass, House Furnishing Goods, and Manufacturers of Tin, Copper 

and Sheet Iron Ware, 58 and 60 Columbia 
Brandt Chas. clerk R. W. Taylor's, h w s McClellan opp Douglas Av 
Brandt Fred, laborer, h n w c Webster and Dawson 
Brandt Frederick, carpenter, h 178 Harrison 



58 FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



XZ O IMC 

INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Office, i\os. 112 aiif! 114 Broadway, l^ew York. 

Cash Capital, - - - $2,000,000 00 
Assets, 1st July, 1868, - - 3,730,981 60 
Liabilities, - - - 126,45315 

■-- »^>^ 

CHAS. J. MARTIN, President. A. F. WILMARTH, Vice President. 

J. H. WASHBURN, Secretary. GEO. iVI. LYON, Assistant Secretary. 



Policies Issued and l.osses Promptly Adjusted by 

JOHN HOUGH, Agent, 

No. 50 Calhoun St., FORT WAYNE, IND. 
HENRY TOXS, Solicitor. D. C. FISHER, Assistant. 






Office, ]\o. 175 Broadway, Aew York, 

Composed of the following Old and Responsible Companies: 

THE GERMANIA EIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 
THE HANOVER FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 
THE NIAGARA FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 
THE REPUBLIC FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 



CASH CAPITAL AND ASSETS, ■ • $2,887,166 58 



Policies Issued and losses Promptly Adjusted by 

JOHN HOUGH, - - Agent, 

[ISTo. 50 Calhoun Street3 

FORT ^VAY]¥E, liST©. 

HENRY TONS, Solicitor. D. 0. FISHER, Assistant. 



FORT WAYNE [BRO] DIRECTORY. 59 



Brandt Henry, laborer, wks Bass & Hanua's 

Brandtmeier Fred, foreman molder, wks J. C. Bowser & Go's 

Brannan Julia, widow, h n e c Monroe and Lewis 

Brannan Michael, clerk s w c Barr and Wajne, h 124 E Wayne 

Braunan R. A. machinist, bds 91 E. Washintrton 

Brauuing Conrad, shoe maker, h 49 W. Jefferson 

Brase Frederick, teamster, h 75 W. Jefferson 

Brauchle Henry, clerk, h 49 AV. Wayne 

Brauer Conrad, clerk James H. Bobinsou's, h 156 Ewino- 

Brauu Geo. h 175 W. Jefferson ° 

Brauntmyer Frederick, molder, h 174 Ewino- 

Bredemeier Ernst, blacksmith, h 142 Madison 

bIv'^%' 7^1^"^"^"'^ ',' ^^"'T ^ ^'Sl^ and Bowser, Bioomingdale 
UREEN JAMES, Dealer in Groceries, Liquors and Provisions n 

wc Calhoun and Lewis; h n s Lewis b Calhoun and Harrison ' 
Breen Michael, laborer, h s s Bass b Hoagland and Prince 
Breidenstem Mathias, carpenter, h 76 W. Washington 
Breimeier Ernst, brick layer, h 217 W. Jefferson 
Breimeier Henry, laborer, h 207 W. Jefferson 

Breimeier _W. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Freight Depot 
Breke Ulnck, clerk F. Kanne & Go's, h 59 E. Washington 
Bremer Henry, laborer, h IS E. Wayne 
Brenner David, saloon, s s Wayne near Calhoun 
Brenner John, painter, h w s West b Pritchard and Railroad 
Brenton Chas. F. law student, with Martin V. B. Spencer, bds 210 W 

Wayne 
Brenton Eliza, widow, h 210 W. Wayne 
Brenton Milton H. clerk, bds 15 Madison 
Breshets J. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Shops 
Bretmeier G. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Car Shop 
Briant Isadore, h n c c Griffith and Jefferson 
Brumt Wm. H. street commissioner, h n e c Griffith and Jefferson 
Jirice \V A. office, s e c Court and Main, Burgess Block 
^rick Adam, h e s Lima Plank Road near Canal Feeder, Bloomino-dale 
Bricker Conrad, fireman, b 165 Holman 
Bridge C. car inspector. P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Shop 
Briggs John, engineer, bds Mayer House 
Bright Mrs. M. H. bds 10 W. Berry 
Bright W. J. carpenter, bds 86 .Montgomery 

Brink Catherine, widow, h w s Calhoun b Lewis and Dou'^Ias Av 
lirinkkroeger Wm. shoe maker, li s s Hig.h ,west of Lima Plank Road, 

-Dloomingdale 
Bnnkmau Christina, widow, h s e c Washington and Xel^on 
Briscoe T. S. attorney, bds 91 E. Washington 
Britcher Edward, carpenter, h s s Water b Cass and Ewiu.- 
Brittingham John S. turner, wks J. S. Pierce's 
Brittiugham Philo, laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Brittiugham ^Vm. physician, h 221 W. Washiuo-ton 
Broadway 0. E. brass finisher, wks P , Ft. W. & C. Railway Foundry 
-orobst Geo. brakeman, bds James Castle's 
Brobst Jacob, shoe maker, h e s Gay near South Corp. Line 
Brobst Louis, shoe maker, bds Jacob Brobst's 
Brocken Richard, laborer, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Go's 
Brockcrman Jacob R. plasterer, h n e c Summit and Division 



60 



FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 




ISTos. ±4=4= and 146 Broadway. 



Assets, February 1, 1868, 
Income, 1867, 
Paid Claims by Death, 
Paid for Dividends, - 



$25,319,319 55 

10,172,047 61 

950,837 78 

2,517,114 05 



FREDERICK S. WI\STO\, President. R, A. McCURDT, Vice President. 
SHEPARD HOMANS, Actnarj. JOHN M. STUART, Secretary. 



No. 50 Calhoun St., FORT WAYNE, IND. 



HENRY TOXS, Solicitor. 



D. C. FISHER, Assistant. 



I 



TIONAL 



FIRJ 




Office, No. 113 Broadway. 



CASH CAPITAL, 
ASSETS, JULY 1, 1868, 



$500,000 00 
1,128,012 69 



GEORGE W. SAVAGE, President, HAMILTON BRUCE, Vice President. 

WILLIAM J. HUGHES, Secretary. 

g@°" Policies issued aud Losses promptly adjusted by 

JOHN HOUGH, Agent, 

No. 50 Calhoun Street, FORT WAYNE, INDIANA. 

HENRY TONS, Solicitor. D. C. FISHER, Assistant. 



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FORT WAYNE [BRU] DIRECTORY. 6] 

Biokem H. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C Railway Shops 

Broking Chas. (J. Clauss & B.) h 114 Madison 

Broking Deitrich, laborer, h s s Lavina b Fairfield Av. and Broadway 

Brong C. carpenter, wks J?., Ft. W. & C. Railway Car Shop 

Bronnenkant D. shoe maker, h n s Nirdlinger west of Bluffton Plank 

Road 
Bronson A. A. saloon, s s Berry, Aveline House Block, bds Aveline 

House 
Brooks Charlotte, widow, h 200 W. Jefi"erson 
Brooks Granville M. barber, bds 70 Columbia 
Brooks Henry, carpenter, h 200 W. Jefferson 
Brooks M. H. plasterer, h 243 W. Washington 

Brooks Mrs. Minnie, widow, h w s N. Cass b 1st & River, Bloomingdale 
Brooks Mrs. W. H. bds Rockhill House 
Brooks Wm. carpenter, h w s Union b Wilt and Pritchard 
BROOKS WM. H., SR., Physician and Surgeon, Office, n w c 

Berry and Calhoun ; h 108 W. Main 
Broom Eli, wagon maker, h s s Main b Harrison and Maiden Lane 
Broom J. M. wa"0u maker, h s s Main b Harrison and Maiden Lane 
Broom J. N. wagon maker, s s Main b Harrison and Maiden Lane 
Brossard F. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Blacksmith Shop 
Brossard John, blacksmith, h e s Lima Plank Road b 2d and 3d, Bloom- 
ingdale 
Brossard W. helper, wks P., Ft W. & C. Railway Blacksmith Shop 
Brosshauer Frank, helper, bds 22 Madison 
BROSSORD GEORGE, General Blacksmith Shop, nee Main and 

Fulton ; Residence, Bloomingdale 
Brothers of the Holy Cross School, s w c Clinton and Jefferson, Brother 

Ephraim, Principal 
Brown Eli, carpenter, h 96 W. Water 
Brown H. P. road master, bds 125 Van Buren 
Brown Mrs. J. widow, h s s Lewis b Calhoun and Harrison 
Brown James, engineer, h 131 Madison 
Brown James, laborer, h 211 Lafayette 

Brown James, molding maker, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Co.'s 
Brown James D. dentist, with Dr. I. Knapp, s.w c Calhoun and Columbia 
Brown John, h 182 W. Wayne 

Brown John, blacksmith, 3 Clay, h s e c Clay and Wayne 
Brown John, engineer, h n s P., Ft. W. & C. Railway b Fairfield Av. 

and Webster 
Brown John C. blacksmith, bds sec Clay and Wayne 
Brown John, Jr. machinist, bds n s P., Ft. W. & C. Railway b Fairfield 

Av. and Webster 
Brown Matt, laborer, bds Thos. Lynch's 
Brown S. conductor, bds Mayer House 
BROWN S. B., Resident Dentist, Office, s e c Court and Main, 

Rooms 9 and 10, Burgess Block ; bds 84 W. Berry 
Brown W. H. A. flax seed, office at Allen, Hamilton & Co.'s Bank, bds 

Rockhill House 
Brown Wm. H. blacksmith, bds sec Clay and Wayne 
Browning Jacob, bds 214 \V. Washington 
Brubach Theodore, physician, h 206 W. Washington 
Bnicker Michael, cooper, h 38 Nelson 
Brudi Gottlob, groceries, n w c Broadway and Washington 



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R. MORGAN FRENCH. 



W. W. HANNA. 



O. W. JEFFERDS. 



FRENCH, HANNA & CO., 



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FOET WAINE, - INDIANA. 

ManufactHrers of antl Wholesale and Keiail Dealers in 

Cloths, Satinets, Jeans, Tweeds, 

FLAKNEIS, BLANKETS, WOOLEN YARN, &C. 

ALSO 

DEA.LERS I3Sr ^VOOL. 



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HUESTIS & HAMILTO 

WHOLESALE GROCERS, 

Nos. 83 and 85 Columbia St., 
FOET WAYNE, IND. 



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FORT WAYNE [BUL] DIRECTORY. 63 



Bruebach Gr, T. physician, s w c Calhouu and Berry, h 206 "W. Wash- 
ington 

Brundmeyer Christina, cook, Rockhill House 

Bruner Martin, hiborer, h n s Lasselle b Lafayette and Cass, Lasselle's 
Additou 

Brunitt Anton, vnrnisher, 44 W. Main, h Blooming-dale 

Brung W. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Car Shop 

Brunuer John, (Schmidt & B.) h s s Lavina b Fairfield Av. and Broadway 

Bruus C. hiborcr, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Shops 

Bruus Christian, carpenter, h w s Harrison b Dawson and Williams 

Bruns Christian, laborer, h 224 E. Jefferson 

Bruuz Wm. caipenter, h s s Charles b Clay and Monroe 

Brush H. C. fireman, h n s Brandriff b Webster and Hoagland 

Brush J. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Round House 

Brush Joseph, bds 8G E. Main 

Bryau P. P. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. k C. Railway Shops 

Bryan Richard, laborer, wks Bass & Hanua's 

Hry;iut Geo. laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Bryaut Jiimes, porter, 43 Columbia 

Bryant Joseph, laborer, h es Harrison b Highland and Dawson 

Bryaut Masse, widow, h 39 Monroe 

BHYANT S., Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Fresh and Salt Fish, 
Game, Oysters, Candies, Confectioneries, &c., 56 Columbia ; h 245 
E. Jefferson 

Bryant Wm. oysters, fish, fruits, &e., 76 Barr 

Bryaut Wm. H. master mechanic, h e s Calhoun b Wallace and Hamilton 

Buach John, laborer, h w s Bluffton Plank Road s of T., W. & W. Railway 

Buclie Henry, carpenter, h w s Harrison b Highland and Dawson 

Buehhart iVdam, carpenter, h 20 Hood 

Buck Dietrich, tailor, h 272 W. Jefferson 

Buck Wm. carpenter, bds 250 W. Wayne 

Buckwalter L. R. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Machine Shop 

Budd'ineyor Ernst, carpenter, h w s McClellan b Lewis and Douglas Av 

Bueche Fred, clerk City Mills, res Bloomiugdale 

Buechner Casper, h s w c Berry and Harmer 

Buccker Fred, laborer, bds 194 E. Washington 

Buehler Paul, turner, h n w c Hanna and Buchanan 

Hucsche Geo. res Bloomiugdale 

Bufing Geo. laborer, h s r^ High w of Lima Plank Road, Bloomiugdale 

Bufiug John, butcher, h 150 Barr 

Buhart A. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C Railway Car Shop 

Buhlager Gerhard, drayman, h n e c Jefferson and Clay 

Buhr Nicholas, painter, h 131 E. Washington 

Buhikul Henry, wagon maker, bds 89 E. Jefferson 

Bulger James, h e s Clinton b Main and Berry 

BULL JOHN W., Proprietor Mayer House, sec Calhoun and 
Wayne 

Bullager Henry, laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

BulUmer Wm. laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Bulleman W. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Shops 

Bullerman Henry, laborer, h 270 W. Jefferson 

Bullerman Wm. watchman, bds 81 W. Washington 

Bulman Christ, h 195 Ewing 

Bulsen John, cabinet maker, bds sec Calhoun and Washington 



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(Over Allen Hamilton & Co.'s Bank,) 



J^" Deeds, Mortgages, and other instruments drawn witb care, and all 
kinds of NOTARIAL BUSINESS attended to. 




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A. D. REID & CO., 




Manufacturers of 



^kd ^lotos, JaiTofos anij Citltii)at0rs, 

South- West Corner of Main Street and Maiden Lane, 

FORT WAYNE, IND. 



FORT WAYNE [BUU] DIRECTORY. 65 

Bur Nicholas, painter, bds sec Callioun and Washington 

Burehfield Joseph, deputy sheriff, h 239 W. Wayne 

Burg Nicholas, painter, h 10 E. Washington 

Burgef Fannie, widow, h s s Berry opp Court 

Burger Louis, baker, h 208 W. Jefferson 

Burgess Benj. blacksmith, wks T., W. & W. Railway Blacksmith Shop 

Burgess Block, sec Main and Court 

Burgess F. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Machine Shop 

Burgess Frank, machinist, h 42 Lavina 

Burgess M. servant. Main St. Exchange 

Burhann Edward, meat shop, w s Calhoun b Wayne and Washington 

Burington C. engineer. P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Co 

Burk Charles, molder, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Burkas John A. clerk 81 Columbia, h l-l W. Washington 

Burke Edward, peddler, h n s Buchanan b Hanna and Cass, Lasselle's 
Addition 

Burkhard Thomas, laborer, h s e c Oakley and Poplar 

Burlager Geo. (Geo. B. & Co.) h 139 B. Washington 

BURLAGER GEO. & CO., (Geo. B. & Henry Neimeyer) Deal- 
ers in Sawed and Split Wood, Yard, n s Columbia b Barr and 
Lafiyette 

Burlager John, drayman, h 155 E. Washington 

Burlager Wm. laborer, h 159 E. Washington 

Burner John, painter, wks T., W. & W. Railway Paint Shop 

Burnham N. engineer, h e s Fulton b Jefferson and Washington 

Burnison Wm. fireman, bds John W. Deeter's 

Bums Patrick, foreman, h n s Bass b Hoagland and Prince 

Burns Patrick, laborer, h n s Bass b Hoagland and Prince 

Burris John, carpenter, h e s Barr b Berry and Wayne 

Burritt Wm. H. physician, with Dr. B. S. Woodworth, bds 23-4 W. Berry 

Bursley Gilbert E. business manager Fc. Wayne Gazette, bds 57 W. 
Water 

Burt Alice, widow, h 205 E. Wavne 

Burt Chap, molder, h 205 E. Wayne 

Burt Charles, brick maker, h 252 E. Jefferson 

Burt John, supervisor, h 205 E. Wayne 

Busby Paul, brakeraan, h e s Calhoun b Wallace and Hamilton 

Busch Fredericka, widow, h e s West b Pritchard and P., Ft. W. & C. Ry 

Busch John, tailor, h 272 W. Jetierson 

Buschmann F. W. carpenter, h n w c Holman and Clay 

Bush John, carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Co.'s 

Burihey H. carpenter, wks P., Ft W. & C. Railway Car Shop 

Busse Wm. boiler maker, h 1G8 Ewiug 

Busse AVm. carpenter, h 77 Madison 

Busse AVm. laborer, h n s Butler b fl irrison and Webster 

Buster Geo. H. carpeatsr, bds 250 W. W lyne 

Buster Gerhard, carpenter, bis 250 W. Wayua 

Buster Henrv, stone mason, h 198 W. Jefferson 

Butler John, (Wm. Struve & Co ) h n s W. & E Canal b Cass and Evving 

Butt Wm. carder, wks Summit City Woolen Mills 

Buttenbender H. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Shops 

Buttenbender Henry, laborer, h 179 W. Washington 

Butte Herman, laborer, wks Trier & Tagraeyer's 

Buuck Conrad, shoe maker, h n w c Broadway and Wall 



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THE ONLY REGULAR CARPET STORE IN FORT WAYNE. 



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Impoi-ters ami Dealei-s in 

Carpets, Oil Clotlis, Mats, Matting, Rugs, 

No. 85 Columbia Street, - FORT WAYNE, IND. 
LA€E €UETAINS A SPECIALTY. 



PIANO MAKERS AND EEPAIEEES, 




DEALERS IN 



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And all kinds of 



usica! Instruments, 



Instruction Books, Sheet Music, Guitar and Violin Strings, &c. 
West Side Calhoun St., bet. Wasliington & Jefferson, 



American Life liisiiraiicc Co. of Pliiladelpliia, 

ALEX. WHILLDIN, President. | JOHN S. WILSON, Secretary. 
GEO. NUGENT, Vice Pres't. | JOHN C. SIMS, Actuary. 



ASSETS, JULY 1, 1868, OVFE 



$2,000,000 



All Policies non-forfeiting, and renewable at any time, provided the party is in good health. 

Fifty per cent, is the dividend now paid, and this amount has been declared annn- 

ally on all mutual policies for many years past. The tables of the American 

embrace all the plans and advantages of other companies, besides 

some jieeuliar to itself. 



Greiioi*al A-ijroiit foi- IVoi'tlici-ii liiditiua. 



Hamilton Hall Biiildins:, Calhoun Street, 



FORT WAYNE, IND. 



FORT WAYNE [CAR] DIRECTORY. 67 



Buzzee Wm. enjiineer, bds Union House 

Byall Wm. laborer, h n s Main b Van Buren and Jackson 

Byling J. laborer, wks Summit City Woolen Mills 

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Caddes J. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. &, C. Railway Machine Shop 

Caifrey Thomas, boiler maker, bds Catharine Uibford's 

Cairnes James, carpenter, wks Cocliran, Humphrey & Co.'s 

Cairns James, machinist, h n e c Hood and Railroad 

Callemot Nicholas, carpenter, h 65 E. Wayne 

Uailison Absalom, patent right ap;ent, h 89 W. Washington 

Camp Warren N. conductor, h 158 E. Lewis 

Campbell Daniel, blacksmith, h s s Brackenridge b Harrison and Webster 

Campbell Harry, foreman, h 83 Montgomery 

Campbell Isaac W. deputy sheriflP, h 174 E. Berry 

Campbell James, boiler maker, bds s w c Calhoun and Baker 

Campbell John, bds Mayor House 

Campbell John G. carpenter, bds 86 E Main 

Campbell M. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Shops 

Campbell Mary S. widow, res Chas. F. F. Meyers' 

Campbell Sophia, widow, res Everett Pearce's 

Caunady Gust, plasterer, h w s Smith nr South Corp. Line 

Gannett M. helper, wks P., Ft W. & C. Railway Blacksmith Shop 

Canney John, stone mason, b 138 K. Washington 

Cannon John 11. machinist, h e s Gardner, south of Jefferson 

Cannon \\ m. S. brakeman, h u s Chicago b Calhoun and Harrison 

Carabin John J. clerk 84 Columbia, bds American House 

Carder Eli, blacksmith, h 142 E. Lewis 

Carder H. W. wheelwright, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Carey Frank, laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Carey Hiram S. conductor, h s s Brackenridge b Calhoun and Harrison 

Carey J. D. h s s Douglas Av. b Webster and McClellan 

Carey Thomas, laborer, h n s Bass b Prince and Fairfield Av 

CARIER A. H., Notary Public, Ijaud and Insurance Agent, e s 

Court b Main and Berry, Post Office Building ; h s w c Berry and 

Monroe 
CARLL GEO. S., (Peltier & C.) h 134 B. Berry 
Carman Ella, h 136 Columbia 

Carman Richard, machinist, h w s Monroe b Madison and Lewis 
Carmer 0. P. carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Go's 
Carney Louisa, widow, res Emanuel F. Bittsberger's 
Carpenter D. S. carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Go's 
Carpenter Ira S. printer, h 258 W. Washington 
Carr A. B. engineer, h w s Barr b Water and Duck 
Carrel Theophilus, brick maker, bds nee Water and Clinton 
Carroll David, laborer, wks Bass & Hanna's 
Carroll Dinandy, carpenter, bds nee Prince and Colerick 
Carroll E. J. fireman, P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Co 
Carroll John, brick layer, h 222 E. Washington 
Carroll Michael, laborer, bds Thos. Lynch 's 
Carroll Patrick, laborer, has Force b Grant and Horace 
Carroll Patrick, laborer, h 88 W. Water 



68 FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 




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Corner of Pearl and Calhoun Streets, 
FORT WAYNE, - - INDIANA. 



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in the City. Our rates are as reasonable as those of 
any paper in the country, of its circulation. 



JOB PHINTING^. 

iim-^Ye have the most extensive JOB PRINTIXG OFFICE to be 
found in Indiana, and defy competition from any quarter. 

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Business Cards, Plain Posters, 
Colored Posters, Show Bills, Programmes, 

Or any kind of Fancy and Ornamental Printing ever executed. 

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We have the most complete Poster Office In the State, and pride 
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FORT WAYNE [CHI] DIRECTORY. 69 

Carroll Thomas, laborer, h n e c Prince and Colerick 
Carry E. F. (Root & Co.) bds Aveline House 

Carsoa W. W. attorney, w s Calhoun b Main and Columbia, h n 3 Berry 
b Lafayette and Clay 

Carter Amelia, servant, Main Street Exchange 

Carter Henry, bds s w c Madison and Lafayette 

Carter Isaac, pattern maker, li 21 W. Berry 

Carter Julia, servant. Main Street Exchange 

Carter Linus, brakeman, bds nee Chicago and Harrison 

Carter Sophia, servant, Main Street Exchange 

CARTER WM., xManufacturer of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron ^Yare, 
and Dealer in Hot Air Furnaces, 134 Columbia 

Carthra John, helper, wks T., W. & W, Eailway Blacksmith Shop 

Cartier Frank, collar maker, wks A. Kacine's, bds 57 Barr 

Carto A. laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Cartwright Chailes, tailor, h s s Baker b Webster and McClellan 

Cartwright James M. butcher, h 289 W. Jefferson 

Cartwright Jerry, laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Cartwright John F. spoke turner, h ss Wallace b Lafayette and Barr 

Case Charles, attorney, h 203 W. Wayne 

Case W. W. (Clark, Stoner & C ) res Charles Case's 

Case Willis, oil maker, h 203 W. Wayne 

Caskey Curtis, h 53 Barr 

Cass Charles, laborer, h s s Brackenridge b Webster and McClellan 

Cassady Patrick, laborer, h n s P., Ft. W. & C. Railway b Fairfield Av. 
and Webster 

Cassidy Patrick, laborer, h 45 E. Washington 

Cast Rev. C. h s e c McClellan and Douglas Av 

Cr.stle James, farmer, h e s Lafoyette b Virginia and Wallace 

Centlivre L. C. brewery on W. & E. Canal Feeder, east branch Lima 
Plank Road n of St. Marys River 

CHALLENGER J. W., Dealer in Groceries, Provisions, Produce 
and Foreign and Domestic Liquors, 9G Barr 

Chamberlain Henry, h 40 E. Jefferson 

Chamberlain James C. h 126 W. Washington 

Chamberlain Porter, machinist, wks T., W. & W. Railway Machine Shop 
Chamberlain Sarah C. R. widow, h 126 W. Washington 
Chamberlain W. H. clerk 0. A. Simon's, bds 40 E. Jefferson 
Chamberlin R. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Shops 
Champion James S. laborer, h n s Duck b Clinton and Barr 
Chandler R A. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Machine Shop 
Chapman B. W. engineer, h s w c Rockhill and Washington 
Chapman Frank V. clerk Riddle & Brandriff's, bds 127 W. Wayne 
Chapman Joseph, brakeman, h n s Buchanan b Lafayette and Cass, Las- 

selle's Addition 
Chapman Nathaniel L. machinist, h 148 Harrison 
CHAPMAN WM. C, at A. C. Beaver's ; h 127 W. Wayne 
Chappell John, machinist, wks T., W. & W. Railway Machine Shop 
Cheppall John, machinist, h n w c Jackson and Wilt 
Cherry H. plow maker, bds 49 W. Main 
Cherry Wm. A. harness maker, wks 119 Columbia 
Cheviron Xavier, machinist, h s s Hough b Monroe and Hanna 
CHITTENDEN E. L., City Clerk, Office 9, w s Clinton b Co- 
lumbia and Main, h 84 Harrison 



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Chiveron E. helper, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Eailway Machine Shop 

Chorpening Heury, roofer, h e s Calhouu b Water and Duck 

Chovcy Charles, blacksmith, n s Water b Calhoun and Clinton, h 12 E. 

Water 
Chovey Frank, blacksmith, h 51 E. Water 
Chovey Fred, blacksmith, h 51 E. Water 
Chovey John B. blacksmith, h 51 E. Water 
Christ Henry, teacher, bds sec Grand and Harrison 
Christen John, clerk 9 Calhoun, bds 50 W. Berry 
Christian John, clerk, bds 50 W. Berry 
Christie James, molder, wks Murray & Baker's 
Christie John B. machinist, wks Murray & Baker's 
Christie Wm. laborer, h e s Hood b Pritchard and P., Ft. W. & C. Kail- 

way 
Christy Daniel, laborer, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Go's 
Church Sylvanus, h w s Broadway b Pritchard and P., Ft. W. & C. 

Bailway 
Cimmerly John W. painter, h n s Dawson b Webster and Hoagjland 
CITY CIVIL ENGINEER'S OFFICE, Clinton b^Main and 

Columbia, Chas. S. Brackenridge, City Civil Engineer 
City Clerk's Office, 9 w s Clinton b Columbia and Main, E. L. Chittenden 

City Clerk 
CITY FLOUR MILLS, P. Hoagland & Co., Proprietors, corner 

Clinton and W, & E. Canal 
City Laundry, u w c Calhoun and Berry 
City Treasurer's Office, 9, w s Clinton b Main and Columbia, Christian 

Piopenbrink, Treasurer 
Clare James, laborer, wks P., Ft. W. i^- C. JRailway Freight Depot 
Clark Edmoud, brakeman, bds John Clark's 
Clark Henry, servant, 86 W. Main 
Clark Henry C. engineer, bds Mayer House 
Clark J. fireman, P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Co 
Clark James H. fireman, h s s Brandrifi' b Webster and Hoagland 
Clark James H. general news agent, bds 240 W. Washington 
Clark John, carpenter, h w s Barr b Berry and Wayne 
Clark John, conductor, h s s Grand b Webster and Kansas 
Clark John, hackman, h s s Berry b Barr and Lafayette 
Chirk John H: (C. & Khinesmith) h 105 W. Wayne 
Clark John H. (C. ct Eomaine) h s s Williams b Webster and Hoagland 
Clark Joseph, (C & Trentmau) 

Clark Joseph, groceries, w s Calhouu opp. Court House, h 2-1 W. Wayne 
CLARK JOSEPH M., Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Gents' Fur- 
nishing Goods, 4 Aveline House Block ; bds Eockhill House 
Clark Lucia F. teacher High School, bds Rockhill House 
Clark Oran M. (C, Stoner & Case) bds American House 
CLARK & RHINESMITH, (John H. C. & John K.) Wholesale 

and Retail Dealers in Dressed and Undressed Lumber, Lath, 

Shingles, &c., s s Railroad Track, East of Calhoun Street 
Clark & Romaine, (John H. C. & Nicholas T. R.) oysters, fish, &c., w s 

Calhoun b Lewis and Douglas Av 
CLARK, STONER & CASE, (Oran M. C, John S. & W. W. C.) 

Linseed Oil Manufacturers, s s Canal b Calhoun and Columbia 
CLARK & TRENTMAN, (Joseph C. & Henry T.) Importers and 

Jobbers in China, Glass, Queensware, Lamps, &c., 86 Columbia 



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Isaac Jenkinson. 



Amos W. Wright. James R. Willard. 



FORT ¥AYM GAZETTE COMPANY, 



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ISJ'o. 54 Calho^lIl Street. 



Being supplied with the most approved styles of 
Presses, Type, Border, &c., are prepared to execute 

Plain and Ornamental Job Printing, 

In a superior manner and at the lowest prices for Cash. 



S®"- A full assortment of Cards, Paper, Colored Inks, &c., 
constantly on hand. 



FORT WAYNE [COL] DIRECTORY. 73 

Clark Sarah, widow, h n w c Fulton and George 

Clauss J. & Broking, (John C. & Charles B.) boots and shoes, e a Cal- 
houn b Wayne and Washington 
Clauss John, (J. C. & Broking) bds 138 Broadway 
Clauss John C. saloon, n w c Broadway and Pritchard 
Clay Public School Building, n w c Clay and Washington 
Clear John, laborer, bds Wm. Edmonds', Bloomingdale 
Cleber Henry, blacksmith, bds Charles Mesiag's 
Clement Wm. bds Henry Pailthorp's 
Cloughf Rebecca, widow, h n s Wilt west of Garden 
Coburn Henry A. laborer, bds Wm. L. ShaflFer's 

COCHRAN, HUMPHREY & CO., (John C, Geo. H. & Wm. 
McFee) Contractors, Carpenters and Builders, Manufacturers of Sash, 
Doors, Blinds, &c.; Dealers in Lumber, Flooring and Siding; also, 
Wood Turners, nee Pearl and Fulton 

Cochran John, (C, Humphrey & Co.) h n w c Berry aud Edsall 

Cody John H. bds u w c Barr and Water 

Cody Morris, miller and ice dealer, h n w e Barr and Water 

Cody Patrick, tailor, h 237 E. Wayne 

Colby Ellen, widow, res Rebecca Cloughf 's 

Cole & Beck, (Lewis C. & Frisbee T. B.) brooms, rear 192 W. Jefferson 

Cole Lewis, (C. & Beck) broom maker, hl92 W. Jefferson 

Cole Samuel D. carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Go's 

Coleman Mary M. h 62 Columbia 

COLERICK D. H. & W. G., (David H. & Walpole G.) Attorneys 
at Law, OiSce 5-4 Calhoun opp. Court House 

COLERICK DAVID, Attorney at Law, 54 Calhoun ; bds 92 E. 
Berry 

Colerick David H. (D. H. & W. G. C.) h 92 E. Berry 

COLERICK E. F., Proprietor Coleriek's Hall, n s Columbia b 
Clinton and Barr; res junction Bluffton Plank Road and T. W. & W. 
Railway 

Colerick Henry R. notary public, 54 Calhoun, bds 92 E. Berry 

Colerick J. A. h 87 E. Jefferson 

Colerick John, attorney, 54 Calhoun, bds 92 E. Berry 

Colerick Walpole G. (D. H. & W. G. C.) h 92 E. Berry 

COLERICK'S HALL, n s Columbia b Clinton and Barr, E. F. Col- 
erick, Proprietor 

Coleridge Mary, seamstress, h 24 W. Jefferson 

Coletrap J. W. brakeman, bds 224 Lafayette 

Coling Peter, shoe maker, h s s Wallace b Calhoun and Clinton 

Collar Geo. W. carpenter, h 158 Madison 

Collecto-r's Office Wabash & Erie Canal Co., n w c Clinton and Colum- 
bia ; A. C. Probasco, Collector 

Coll 

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Coll 

Coll 

Coll 

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ns Chas. boiler maker, h e s Barr b Lewis and Montgomery 
ns Chas. file cutter, h 186 W. Main 

ns D. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Blacksmith Shop 
ns J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Machine Shop 
ns James, laborer, bds Thos. Lynch's 
ns John, laborer, h s s Charles b Lafayette and Clay 
ns Lizzie, waiter, Aveline House 
ns Mary, waiter, Aveline House 
Colson Edward, saw repairer, 57 W. Main, h s s Columbia Road b 
Cherry and Center 



74 



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PORT WAYNE [COR] DIRECTORY. 75 

Colwell Joseph C. conductor, h n w c Harrison and Williams 
Coniincabit Felix, machinist, h n w c Holman and Clinton 
COMPARET D. F., Miller and Commission Merchant ; Dealer in 

Grain, Heedri, Agricultural Implements, &e., cast end of Columbia ; 

h north end of Harmer 
Comparet Joseph J. h north end of Harmer 
Concordia College, n s Maumce Road east of Corp. Line ; Rev. William 

Sihler, President 
CONDON J. FRANK, General Agent American Life Insurance 

Co., Office, w s Calhoun, Hamilton Hall Building ; bds Hamilton 

House 
CONGER JOHN, Attorney at Law; Residence, 9 E. Wayne 
Couklin Mrs. cook, Hedekia House 

Conklia Miss A. L. dress maker, bds w s Harrison opp Columbia 
Conklin John J. fireman, h s s Wilt b Jackson and Union 
ConKlin Sidney, watchman, bds John J. Conklin's 
Conklin Wm. H. engineer, h s s Jefferson b College and Nelsou 
Conley Eliza, laundress. Railroad Eating House 
Conuers Michael, driver, h w s Clinton b Main and Berry 
Conuers Michael, teamster, h 28 E. Berry 
Counett Martin, helper, bds Peter Quicksell's 
Couuison John, machinist, bds John W. Deeter's 
Connor Cornelius, laborer, h 131 Madison 
Connors Bridget, widow, h s w c Madison and Francis 
Connors Jeremiah, laborer, bds n s Baker b Harrison and Webster 
Connors John, helper, h s s Grand b Harrison and Webster 
Conradi John, labbrer, h s w c Fulton and Sturgis 
Conway Edward, laborer, h s s Bass b Prince and Hoaeland 
Cook Albert 11. h w s Bluflton Plank Road s of T., \V. & W. Railway 
Cook Cbas. W. painter, h 103 W. Jefferson 
Cook Christ, machinist, wks J. C. Bowser & Co's 
Cook Christian, plow maker, h n w c Webster and Brackenridge 
Cook F. W. fireman. P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Co 
Cook Frank, sawyer, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Co's 
Cook I. G. h s s Lavina b Fairfield Av. and Broadway 
Cook Mary A. widow, res Wm. S. Cocik's 
Cook W. F. fireman, bds Harrison DeHaven's 
Cook Wm. S. foreman, h IG Douglas Av 
Cooligan Patrick, laborer, h 237 E. Washington 
{Joombes Eliza, widow, h w & Broadway b Wilt and Pritchard 
COOMBS & CO., (John M. C. & Anson Waring) Dealers in Iron, 

Steel, Axles, Springs, Wheels, Hubs, Spokes, &c , 132 Columbia 
Coombs John M. (C. & Co,) h 203 W. Wayne 
COOMBS & MILLER, (Wm. H. C. & Wm. H. H. M.) Attorneys 

at J^aw ; Office, 50 Calhoun 
Coombs Wm. E. h 189 W. Washington 
Coombs Wm. H. (C. & Miller) h 189 W. Washington 
Cooper Eleanor, widow, h 176 W. Washington 
Cope James, boiler maker, wks T., W. & W. Railway Boiler Shop 
Corbett Cbas. blacksmith, bds Phillips House 
Corcoran John, laborer, h n e c Brandriff and Hoagland 
Corcoran Patrick, h s e c Grand and Harrison 
CORDREY THOMAS P., General Insurance Agent ; Office and 

Residence, 20 E. Berry, up stairs, opp Court 



76 PORT WAYNE [CRA] DIRECTORY. 



Corcoran Thomas, porter, Aveline House 
Corl Henry, h 168 E. Washinoton 

Corneille Francis C. clerk 103 Columbia, li 47 E. Water 
Corneille John B. clerk 90 Columbia, h 47 E. Water 
Corwin Theodore N. conductor, h w s Fairfield Ay. bT., W. & W. Rail- 
way and Locust 
Cosen Casper, clerk 106 Columbia, bds Vigdor Jacobson'a 
Cothrell A. J. truckman, h 169 E. Washington 
Cothrell Ann, (Van Alstine & Co.) h s w c Barr and Main 
Cothrell Jared, restaurant, w s Barr b Berry and Wayne, h 169 E. 

Washington 
Cothrell Levi, clerk, h 169 E. Washington 
Cothriell Moses, teamster, h 98 E. Berry 

County Auditor's Office, in Court House ; Henry J. Rudisill, Auditor 
County Clerk's Office, in Court House ; Wm. Fleming, Clerk 
County Recorder's Office, in Court House ; C. A. Rekers, Recorder 
County Surveyor's Office, in Court House ; J. S. Goshorn, Surveyor 
County Treasurer's Office, in Court House ; Henry Monning, Treasurer 
Coupel J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Boiler Yard 
Cour Eugene, laljorer, h n s Water b Clinton and Barr 
Courdway Pauline, cook, Eockliill House 
Courdway Sophia, chambermaid, Rockhill House 
Court House, e s Calhoun b Main and Ben-y 
Courtney Beuj. F. carpenter, h e s Prince b Bass and Colerick 
Courtney Lawrence F. umbrella maker, e s Calhoun b Wayne and Jef- 
ferson 

Cowan Mary J, res 178 Griffith 

Cowan Patrick, stone mason, h n w c Bass and Prince 

Cox John, laborer, h e s Hanna b Montgomery and Hough 

Cragg E. weaver, wks Summit City Woolen Mills 

Cralii Christian,' brick layer, h e s Ewing b Wayne and Washington 

Craig Wm. carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Co's 

Craine Geo. D. bds Aveline House 

Cramer Eli, engineer, h e s Hanna b Montgomery and Hough 

Cramer F. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Shops 

Cramer M. laborer, wks P., Ft. \V. & C. Railway Shops 

Cramer W. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Shops 

Cran Chas. molder, bds 200 E. Lewis 

Cran Chas. tailor, h s w c Lewis and Clay 

Cran Robt. molder, bds s w c Lewis and Clay 

Crance Pritchard, laborer, h w s Hanna b Lasselle and Buchanan 

Crane Calvin D. surveyor and civil engineer, notary public, real estate 
and collecting agent, office, n w c Berry and Barr, h 102 E. Wash- 
ington 

Crane G. D. clerk 11 Clinton, bds Aveline Hpuse 

Crane Wm. carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Co's 

Crane Wm. M attorney, h 213 W. Wayne 

Cranz James, laborer, h w s Gay near Samuel 

Cratzer John, policeman, h w s Calhoun b Grand and Highland 

■ Craven Joseph, weaver, h 204 E. Wayne 

Craw Geo. A. clerk Meyer, Bros. & Co's, h 139 W. Washington 

Crawford J. engiceer, P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Co 

Crawford J. N. carpenter, bds Hedekin House 

Crawford Wm. fireman, bds Francis Kellenberger's 



FORT WAYNE [DAL] DIRECTORY. 77 

Creditor E. H. dentist, with S. B. Browa 

Crider David, blacksmith, h n e c Lafayette and Holman 

Crider Win. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Machine Shop 

Crighton Wm. foreman Murray .t Baker's, h n s Lewis b Harrison and 

Webster 
Crimmans Margaret, widow, h n s Baker west of McClellan 
Cronamaier John, laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Cronan Frank, printer, wks Fort Wayne Democrat Office 
Cropper John B. h 156 Madison 

Crosby Geo. T. machinist, h s s Henry b Hoagland and Fairfield Av 
Crosby Mary, widow, h 283 W. Jefferson 
Crosby Wm. machinist, h 283 W. Jefferson 
Crout Lewis, traveling agent, h 208 Lafayette 
Crow James A. carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Co's 
Crumley Elizabeth, widow, h 162 Ewing 

Crumley Gorham, fireman, h s s Grand b Webster and Kansas 
Culbertson Eliza J. widow, h HO Columbia 
Culbertson H. H. (Allen, Meyers & Co.) res Dayton 
Cull Edward, laborer, h n s P., Ft. W. & C. Railway b Webster and 

Fairfield Av 
Cullaton Martin, foreman Fort Wayne Gazette, h 186 (Griffith 
Cummings Mrs. J. L. bds s w c Calhoun and Baker 
Cummings Jerry, brakemau, h n s Holman b Barr and Lafoyette 
Cummins Wilson, engineer, bds Wm. H. Bryant's 
Cunningham James, bar keeper, Wm. Gaffney's 
Cunninoham John C. carpenter, h 115 Wilt 
Cuirent S. S. carpenter, h n s Butler b Harrison and Webster 
CURRIER CHARLES H., Manager Western Union Telegraph 

Co., Office, n w c Calhoun and Berry, up stairs; hss Melita b 

Webster and Hoagland 
Curry Francis, helper, hss Grand b Harrison and Webster 
Curtis Martin, blacksmith, h e s Hanna south of Grant 
Gushing James, machinist, h s w c Wallace and Clinton 
Gushing John, coppersmith, h s w c Wallace and Clinton 
Gushing Michael, laborer, h s w c Wallace and Clinton 
Cutchall Joseph, laborer, h 111 Wilt 
Cutler W^m. M. laborer, hss Maumee Road e of Corp. Line 

D 

Daem 0. A. traveling agent, h 243 E. Jefferson 
Dahlman Wm. shoe maker, h 130 Wilt 

Dailey Simon, coppersmith, hss Grand b Harrison and Webster 
Daily Laura, widow, h 114 Fulton 
Daily Morris, conductor, bds Main St. Exchange 
Daily Thos. laborer, h 161 E. Jefferson 
Dalman Robert E. drayman, h 237 W. Washington 
Dalman Saliua, bds Matilda Johnson's 
^ Dalman Wm. shoe maker, h 130 Wilt 
Dalton Edmond, carpenter, h 42 Wilt 
Dalton James, laborer, h 42 W^ilt 

Dalton Timothy, helper, hss Colerick b Hoagland and Prince 
Daly S. coppersmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Coppersmith Shop 



78 FORT WAINE [DEF] DIRECTORY. 



Damier Augustus, boiler maker wks T., W. & W. Railway Boiler Shop 

Damier Wra. boiler maker, wks T., W. & W. Railway Boiler Shop 

Dammeier Henry, blacksmith, h 211 Ewiug 

Daniels H. A. farmer, h 165 E. Wayne 

Daprey Victor, laborer, h n s Lasselle b Clay and Monroe 

Darker Wm. engineer, h n w c Fultou and George 

Daseler Sophia, widow, h 245 E. Lewis 

Daugharty Alfred, huckster, h u s Douglas w of Lima Plank Road, 

Bloomi; gdale 
Daugherty Patrick, laborer, bds John Vizard's 
Daum Jacob, h s e c Barr and Wayne 

Davenport L. C. clerk Gratigny & Co.'s, bds Main St. Exchange 
Davenport Prof. S. (Gratigny & Co.) res at Ft. Wayne College 
Davidson Wm. machinist h s s Locust w of Pine 
Davis Alfred, carpenter, h 114 Madison 
Davis Amos, insurance agent, h 134 W. Wayne 
Davis & Bro. (Chas. E. & Wm. H.:) book binders, 52 Calhoun 
Davis Byron, painter, h 208 E. Lewis 
Davis C. G. clerk Dunn & Co.'s, bds Mrs. W. S. Smith's 
Davis Chas. E. (D. & Bro.) rooms 52 Calhoun 
Davis D. painter, bds sec Calhoun and Washington ' 
Davis Ed. checkmau. P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Freight Depo.t 
Davis Edward, clerk, bds 123 E. Washington 
DAVIS J. C, Freight and Ticket Agent P., Ft. W. & C. Railway, 

Office at Depot, nee Clintoa and Railroad Track ; h c s Hanua 2 

doors north of Lewis 
Davis James S. engineer, bds Mayer House 

Davis Joseph, tinner, 58 Columbia, bds sec Calhoun and Jefferson 
Davis Mary A. servant, American House 
Davis P. B. clerk 104 Columbia, bds 147 W. Berry 
Davis Saml, F. machinist, h u s Williams b Harrison and Webster 
Davis W. C. miller, h s e c Wayne and Harmer 
Davis Wesley T. miller, h s e c Wayne and Harmer 
Davis Wm. H. (Davis & Bro) rooms 62 Calhoun 
Dawson it Bittingcr, (John W. D. & Adam H. B.) attorneys, n w c Main 

and Calhoun 
Dawson J. Wall, h 105 W. Berry 
Dawson John W. (D. & Bittinger) h w s Spy Run Av. b St. Marys and 

St. Joe Rivers 
Day Christaiu, painter, h 99 E. Washington 
Day Henry, painter, h 131 W. Water 

Dayton Wm. painter, h e s Clay b Washington and Jefferson 
Deagan Edward, helper, h s s Baker w of McClellan 
Deardorff O. D. harness maker, bds 169 W. Washington 
Debantou P. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Shops 
Dechtmeier Fred, shoe maker, h 109 Wilt 
Deckentrup tlemens, laborer, h 114 Madison 
Decker John, laborer, h s e c Wayne and Francis 
Decker Oliver, shoemaker, bds Geo. Nill's 

Deegan E. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Blacksmith Shop 
Deegan P. blacksmith, wks P , Ft. W. & C. Railway Blacksmith' Shop 
Deeter Jacob M. fireman, res John W. Deeter's 
Deeter John W. engineer, hw s Calhoun b Grand and Highland 
Defler Geo. carpenter, h n s St. Francis nr Lafayette, Lasselle's Addition 



FORT WAYNE [DEW ] DIRECTORY. 79 

Defoy Alex, engineer, h 237 Lafayette 

Degan Patrick, laborer, h s w c Colerick and Prince 

Degitz Chas. cigars, s s Wayne nr Calhoun, h s s Colerick b Prince and 

Hoagland 
De Grattry James, clerk, li 90 E. Lewis 
De Hart Abram, laborer, h s s Lasselle b Lafayette and Clay, Lasselle's 

Addition 
De Haven Abraham B. farmer, h s w c Jefferson and .N'elson 
De Haven Allen W. farmer, h n w c College and Jones 
De Haven Harrison, sawyer, h s e c Lafoyette and Virginia 
De Haven J. A. laborer, h w s Bluffton Plank Eoad s of T., W. & W. Ry 
De Haven Jonathan, blacksmith, h w s Union b Washington and Jefferson 
Dehn.au Wm. laborer, h n w c Oak and Ohio 
Dehne Wm. carpenter, h 142 Madison 

Deierstein Saml. carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Co.'s 
Deitrich D. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Freight Depot 
Deitrich Theobald, laborer, h 62 Columbia 

Deihl Hugh M. machinist, bds s s Lewis one door w of Lafayette 
Deininger Joseph, Jr. clerk U. Deininger's, h 155 W. Washington 
Deininger Joseph, Sr. res U. Deininger's 
Deininger U. groceries, e s Calhoun, 3 doors north of Main, h s w c 

Washington and Fulton 
De Kay Peter, farmer, h 125 Hanna 
Delaney D. lalDorer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Shops 
Dehivan Barney, contractor, h ISO Griffith 

Dellinger Henry W. brakeman, h n s Baker b Harrison and Webster 
De Long Isaac, laborer, bds 289 W. Jefferson 
Delzell Ross, blacksmith, h 106 Broadway 

Delzell Mrs. S. J. millinery, w s Calhoun b Main and Columbia 
Deming Geo. tinner, h s s Baker b Calhoun and Harrison 
Deming Geo. (Dillingham & D.) bds A. J. Dillingham's 
Denneberger Geo. bds Fred. Herbst's 
Dennis Philip H. sawyer, h 22 W. Washington 
Depler Geo. W. conductor, h 135 Jackson 
Depuer Geo. bar keeper, 1 E. Berry 
Depray V. laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Derrer Elijah, engineer, h w s Calhoun b Highland and Dawson 
Dessauer L. & Co. (Louis D. & Isaac Trauerman) cigars, 11 Calhoun 
Dessauer Louis, (L. D. & Co.) h 90 W. Main 

Deuter Michael, tailor, h s s High w of Lima Plank Road, Bloomingdale 
De Vanton Peter, laborer, bds JNational Hotel 
De Yaux Xavier, laborer, h u s Lasselle b Lafayette and Clay 
Devine John, boiler maker, bds s w c Calhoun and Baker 
Devney Martin, laborer, h n s Baker b Webster and McClellan 
De Vv aid Anton, clerk, Frank & Thanhauser's, res Geo. De Wald's 
De Wald Geo. (Town ley, De Wald. Bond & Co.) res De Wald Square, 

south end of Cass, Lasselle's Addition 
DeWald Geo. h w s Fairfield Av. b Locu.st and Taylor 
De Wald Henrv, tinner, h w s Fairfield Av. s of T., W. & W. Railway 

Track 
De Wald Leonard, shoe maker, h s s High west of Lima Plank Road, 

Bloominodale 
De Wald Nicholas, cooper shop, s s Railroad e of Calhoun, h n w c Cal- 
houn and Butler 



80 FORT WAYNE [DOR] DIRECTORY. 

Dewers 0. C. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Blacksmitli Shop 

Dick Daniel, engineer, h 18-1 Ewing 

Dick John, stone sawyer, wks Underhill & Young's 

Dick Thomas, laborer, h s s Taylor b Fairfield Av. and Oakley 

Dickey James, brakeman, bds Mrs. N. Y. Tunisou's 

Dicks F. hackman, h w s Barr b Main and Berry 

DIDIER JOSEPH, Dealer in Family Groceries, Provisions, Wines, 
Liquors, &c., 44 Columbia; h n s Main b Grifiith and Fulton 

Didricks Jacob, laborer, h w s Fairfield Av. b Taylor and Walnut 

Diegmeier Wm. bar keeper, rooms 183 Ewing 

Diehl H. M. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Machine Shop 

Diek John H. stone sawyer, h e s Ewing b Wayne and Washington 

Dierkes Fred, laborer, res Bloomingdale 

Dlerstein Anthony, wafjon maker, h s s "Wall w of Bluffton Plank Road 

DIERSTEIN CHRISTIAN, Dealer in Family Groceries, Pro- 
visions, kc. ; also, Saloon, s w c Fairfield Av. and George 

Dierstein Conrad, (D. & Gers) h n s Locust b Fairfield Av. and Pine 

Dierstein & Gers, (Conrad D. & Philip G.) groceries, nee Fairfield Av. 
and Colerick 

Dierstein Samuel, carpenter, h s e c Wilt and Union 

Dieter Chas. laborer, h w s Griffith b Washington and Jefferson 

Diether Louis, book-keeper 89 Columbia, bds n w c Jefferson and Griffith 

Dietrick J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Blacksmith Shop 

Diffendorfer Beuj. 0. machinist, h s e c Barr and Lewis 

Dille J. H. portrait painter and photographer, 44 Calhoun, opp. Court 
House, h s s Lavina b Fairfield Av. and Broadway 

Dillingham & Doming, (A. J. D. & Geo. D.) pedlars' exchange, w s Cal- 
houn b Jefferson and Lewis 

Dillingham A. J. (D. <fe Deming) h s s Baker b Calhoun and Harrison 

Dillon James C. carpenter, h 145 W. Washington 

Dilschneider Matthias, h 190 Griffith 

Dinklage Elizabeth, widow, h 241 E. Washington 

Dinklague Herman, drayman, h n w c Gay and Grant 

Dinklage Margaret, widow, h 207 E. Washington 

Dirkes August, drayman, h 195 E. Jefferson 

D'Isay Isaac, U. S. A., h s s Lewis b Barr and Lafayette 

Dix Seth, hackman, h 54 Barr 

Doctor Nathan C. laborer, wks A. C. Beaver's 

Dodez G. C. h 22G W. Washington 

Dodge Arthur, horse dealer, bds Mayer House 

DOELKER JACOB, Daily Meat Market, w s Calhoun, opp. Ave- 
line House ; h s e e Lima JPlank Road and 2d, Bloomingdale 

Doelker John, shoemaker, res Jacob Doelker's, Bloomingdale 

Doffer Geo. wks 0. D. Hurd's 

Dolierty Rose, widow, h n e c Douglas Av. and McClollan 

Dohrman Wm. clerk, bds 206 Madison 

Donahue H. machinist, wks P., Ft, W. & C. Railway Machine Shop 

Donovan T. fireman, P. Ft. W. &. C. Railway Co 

Donnahoe Rosea, servant, 138 W. Washington 

DoDohoe Joseph, h 90 E. Lewis 

Donovan Michael, boatman, bds 141 E. Main 

Donovan Timothy, fireman, h 141 E. Main 

Doriot Juli'js, molder, h s s Charles b Clay and Monroe 

Dorr A. K. clerk 18 W. Berry, bds 54 Barr 



FORT WAYNE [DUN] DIRECTORY. 8 I 

Dorwort Tbi'iuas W. patent ritrhts, bds Heclekin House 

Dothage Ernst, laborer, h w s Webster b Washington and Jefferson 

Doty R fireman. P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Co 

Doherty J. C. carpenter, bds 49 W. Main 

Doherty James, lather, h 173 W. Wayne 

Dougherty John, carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Go's 

Dougherty Lemuel, plasterer, h 173 W. Wayne 

Dougherty Samuel, clerk 7 E. Main, h 173 W. Wayne 

Douglas (.-leo. boiler maker, h n s Brandriff b Webster and Hoagland 

Douglas Geo. G. clerk, P., Ft. W. & C. Freight Office, bds Mrs. S. J. 
Mallatt's 

Douglas John E. clerk Stoner & Wigent's, bds John C. Wigcnt's 

Douglass C. C. h 248 W. Jefferson 

Douglass W. V. clerk 104 Columbia, bds 248 W. Jefferson 

Douglass Wm. B. conductor, h 248 W. Jefferson 

Dow David, machinist, wks T., W. <t W. Railway Round House 

Dowie John, helper, wks Murray <k Baker's 

Dowie W. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Boiler Yard 

Downey Dennis, watchman, h 162 W. Jefferson 

Drake Fred. J. clerk post office, bds Aveline House 

DRAKE MOSES, Post Master; Office, e s Court b Main audBerrv ; 
h 91 W. Wayne 

Dreibiss Peter, h 38 W. Jefferson 

DREIER H. & BRO., (Henry & William) Dealers in Drugs, Medi- 
cines, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs, &c., e s Calhoun b Main and Co- 
lumbia 

Dreier Henry, (H. D. & Bro.) bds Main Street Exchange 

Dreier Wm. (H. D. & Bro.) bds American House 

Dreiup Joseph, laborer, wks Herman Hartman's 

Dressel Oeo. laborer, h 82 Montgomery 

Drew Walter, h s w c Butler and Harrison 

Dreyer Henry, laborer, h n s Buchanan b Lafayette and Cass, Lasselle's 
Addition 

Driftmeier Ernst, carpenter, h e s Monroe b Madison and Lewis 

Dripps Garrett C. h b4 E. Jefferson 

DRIPPS ISAAC, Master of Machinery Western Division P., Ft. W. 
& C. Railway, Office n s R. R. Track b Clinton and Barr; h 64 E. 
Jefferson 

Dripps W. A. asst. master mechanic P.. Ft. W. & C. Railway, h 64 E. 
Jefferson 

DriscoU Edward, machinist, h s s Baker b Calhoun and Harrison 

Dioegemeyer J. A clerk 3 Keystone Block, h 70 W. Washington 

Droste Deiterich, plasterer, h 96 W. Jefferson 

Droup Frederick, laborer, h 47 Douglas AV' 

Drueker Henry, h 66 W. Washington 

Drury Kate, laundress, Aveline House 

DuBois John B. attorney, h 209 E. Lewis 

Duddenhefer Conrad, stone mason, h s s Wayne east of Harmer 

Dudenhoefer Phillip, carriage maker, 118 W. Main, bds John M. Koch's 

Duell Frank, engineer, has Chicago b Webster and Fairfield Av 

Duffy Elizabeth, widow, res Thos. Duffy's 

Duffy Thomas, laborer, h n s Wallace b Clay and Monroe 

Duiug Nicholas, laborer, wks Ft. Wayne Democrat Office 

Dunbar David, carpenter, h 171 Clinton 



82 FORT WAYNE [-EDG] DIRECTORY. 



Dunbar Wm. fireman, h s w c Force and Flerndon 

Dunham John L. traveling agent, 83 Columbia, bJs Mayer House 

Dunker Rev. Lewis, h n e c Fulton and Washington 

Dunn & Co., (James D. & Joseph Clark) groceries, n w c Barr and Berry 

Dunn James, (D. & Co.) bds American House 

Dunn James, laborer, h e s Barr b Lewis and Montgomery 

Dunn Wm. machinist, h n s Brandriff b Webster and Hoagland 

Duplain Frank, laborer, h s s Lasselle b Lafayette and Cass, Lasselle's 

Addition 
Duret Elizabeth, widow, res John B. Buret's 
Durct J. B. telcaraph operator and yard master, T., W. & W. Bailway Co. 

h w s Fairfield Av. south of T., W. & W. Bailway 
DURGIN GEO. W. Jr., General Insurance Agent; Office, 26 

Court ; h '-^50 W. Berry 
Durkee Mrs. A. H. widow, h 12G W. Washington 

Duweese Oliver, blacksmith, h s s Brackenridge b Harrison and Webster 
Dwelly Chas. machinist, h 97 E. Wayne 
Dwelly Frank J. machinist, h 97 E. Wayne 
Dyer Thomas, engineer, h 161 W. Washington 



Eakin Joseph S. (Bash & E.) h 149 W. Wayne 

Earl Samuel, bds John F. Cartwright's 

Earl Wm. engineer, h 167 E. Wayne 

Early Bridget, widow, h n s Bass b Prince and Fairfield Av 

Eastern District School, n w c Clay and Washington 

Eberhart Wm. stone mason, h 123 Wilt 

Ederly Daniel, miller, h s s 5th b I^. Cass and N. Harrison, Blooming- 
dale 

Eberwine Christian, helper 173 Barr 

Eberwiue Fred, barber, wks F. C. Meyer's 

Ebner Loreuz, carpenter, h 146 B. Lewis 

Eckard Fred. (Fred. E. &. Co.) h n e c Barr and Wayne 

Eckard Fred. & Co. (Fred. E. & H. E. Linker) meat market, w s Calhoun 
opp. Court House 

Eckels James M. carpenter, h 211 W. Washington 

Eckeurod Jerry, brick layer, bds Alex. Kiutz's, Bloomingdale 

Eokerd John C. cigar maker, h e s Ewing b Wayne and Washington 

Eckerman Peter, shoemaker, bds 48 W. Washington 

Eckert Frederick, butcher, h n o c Barr and Wayne 

Eckert John C. cigar maker, George Beitzer's, h e s Ewing b Wayne and 
Washington 

Eckert Mary, widow, h u w c Jefferson and Francis 

Eckert Sophia, widow, h e s Barr b Berry and Wayne 

Eckert Tobias, h w s Jjiuri Plank Road near High, Bloomingdale 

EDGERTON ALFRED P., President >t. Wayne Gas Co. and 
Land Othce at Hicksville, Ohio; res 151 W. Berry 

EDGERTON H. H., Secretary and Treasurer Ft. Wayne Gas Light 
Co., sec Water and Barr ; h 154 W. Berry 

EDGERTON JOSEPH K., Attorney at Law ; Office and Resi- 
dence 85 W. Wayne; also, President Grand Kipids & Indiana Rail- 
road Co., Office n w c Barr and Berry 



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Edgar W. H. bds American House 

Edmonds James, teamster, h s e c Lima Plank lload and 1st, Blooraiag- 

dale 
Edmonds Thos. M. switchman, h n e c Harrison and Butler 
Edmonds Wm. teamster, h e s N. Cass b River and 1st, Bloomingdale 
Edsall C. W. (Knappenbers;;er & E./bds John Hamilton's 
Edsall E. P. clerk 8ol. D.^Bayless' 

Edsold Wm. machinist, wks T., W. & W. Railway Machine Shop 
Edwards Daniel, carpenter, h s w c BluiFton Plank Road and P., Ft. Y/. 

& C. Railway 
Edwards Peter, res Daniel Edwards' 

Edzold Wm. machinist, h n s Douglas Av. b Harrison and Webster 
Egeter Frank, chair maker, bds Hedekin House 
Egeter Geo. cabinet maker, h 131 Broadway 
Eggerman David, shoemaker, wks Noah Humphrey's 
Egleston H. H. fireman, bds Elizabeth Iba's 
Ehinger Felix, laborer, res Bloomingdale 
p]hinger John, drayman, 'h 200 Madison 
Ehinger Ottmer, carpenter, h 1-19 E. Jefferson 
Ehle August, cigar maker, h e s West b Pritchard and P , Ft. W. & C. 

Railway 
Ehle Edward, bricklayer, h e s West b Pritchard and P., Ft W. k C. 

Railway 
Ehle Ernst, laborer, h e s West b Pritchard and P., Ft. W. & C. Railway 
Ehlert Frederick, switchman, h 313 "W. Jefferson 
Ehrman Andrew, h n s Pritchard b Broadway and Van Buren 
Ehrman Geo. laborer, bds see Jefferson and Garden 
Ehrman Henry, teamster, bds sec Jefferson and Garden 
Ehrman Matthias, teamster, h s e c Jefferson and Garden 
EHRMANN CHAS., General Blacksmith Shop, n w c Ewing and 

Main ; h 230 W. Jefferson 
Ehrmann Fred, harness maker, bds F. A. Racine's, Bloomingdale 
Ehrmann Matthias, carpenter, h 320 W. Jefferson 
Eichelberger Samuel, laborer, h 241 W. Washington 
Eickhoff' Francis, cabinet maker, h 134 E. Wayne 
Eidam Maggie, waiter, Railroad Eating House 
Eider Peter, laborer, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Eighth Ward Public School Building, cor Madison and Hanna 
Eigleberger S. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Shops 
Eisbey Lewis C. laborer, h s w c Marion and Douglas, Bloomingdale 
Eisper Frederick, laborer, h 140 Harrison 
Eiten Catherine, widow, h n s Buchanan b Lafayette and Cass, Lassellc's 

Addition 
Eiten Frank, laborer, h n s Buchanan b Lafoyette and Cass, Lasselle's 

Addition 
Eiten John, carpenter, h e s LaFayette b St. Francis and Creightou 
Eiter Peter, laborer, h s wc John and Jones 
Eizinger Geo. laborer, wks Bass & Hanna's 
Elbert Henry, clerk, bds 177 Harrison 
Elbert Henry, clerk 98 Columbia, res Bloomingdale 
Eldred John D. brakeman, h 162 Broadway 
Eled C. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C Railway Shops 
Elert Christian, laborer, h w s Oakley b Poplar and Henry 
Ell Sebastian, fireman A. C. Beaver's, h 11 Montgomery 



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Elleuwood Douglas, brakeman, bds Horace D. Ellenwood's 

Elleiiwood Horace D. conductor, h e s Hauna b iMoutyouiery and Hough 

Ellers Benj. shoemaker, h 89 W. Water 

Ellers Klizabeth, eamstress, bds 89 W. Water 

Ellert Fred, switchman, T., W. & W. Railway 

Elligsen Henry, tailor, res Bloomingdale 

Ellison John, hostler, bds Union House 

Ellison John, hosth'r, bds 49 W. Main 

P]llison Eichard, teamster, h n s Baker b Calhoun and Harrison 

Ellsworth Mary, widow, h 167 E. Lewis 

Elm Park Nursery, four miles east of the city 

Ely Geo. W. (Anderson & E.) h 117 W. Wayne 

Enibrey Lewis S. collector, h s e c Jackson and Pritchard 

Embry Edward, clerk, bds James S. Embry's 

EMBRY JAMES S., Dealer iu Family Groceries, Provisions, &c., 
s w c Fairfield Av. and Taylor ; h n w c Fairfield Av. and Taylor 

Eme Claudius F. clerk 101 Columbia, h 175 E. Wayne 

Emerson Almeron, teamster, h 179 Madison 

Emerson Electa, widow, h 179 Madison 

Emerson Geo. laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Emery H. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Car Shop 

Emmons F. machinist, bds s w c Calhoan and Baker 

Empie Wm. B. clerk T., W. & W. Eailway Freight Office, h 302 W. 
JeflPerson b College and Nelson 

Empire Flouring Mills, John Orff, proprietor, west end of Main 

EMPIRE LINE, Fast Freight, E. R. Parker, Agent, 26 Court 

Emrich Chas. h s s Water b Cass and Ewing 

Emrieh Henry, carpenter, h n w c Madison and Francis 

Emrick A. J. furniture 52 Columbia, h 24 W. Water 

Emrick Chas. G. h 237 Lafayette 

Engel . teacher, at Concordia College 

Eugelbrecht Wm. shoemaker, bds 56 E. Main 

Engelking H. laborer, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Engelkiug Louisa, widow, res s s High west of Lima Plank Eoad, Bloom- 
ingdale 

Engelking Mena, widow, h 151 Barr 

Bnglait G. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Machine Shop 

Engleking Henry, laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Englcking Wm. conductor, h n s Chicago b Webster and Fairfield Av 

Engler Julius Th. printer, bds n w c Jefferson and Barr 

Englort Frank, cooper, h 16 Nirdlinger 

Englert Geo. helper, h s s Taylor west of Oakley 

Enright John, laborer, h s w c Lewis and Webster 

Ensey Sarah, h s e e Griffith and Jefferson 

Epple John, laborer, h s e c Jackson and Wilt 

Epps Masten, laborer, h 102 Francis 

Epp^^tein Albert, h 54 W. Berry 

Erdle W blacksmith, wks P , Ft. W. & C. Railway Blacksmith Shop 

Ernstiuti; Chas. fireman. Frier & Tagmeyer's 

ERSKINE R. B., Beer Saloon, 34 E. Main; h 2:^3 Lafayette 

Ervvin A. J. surgeon e s C»lhoun opp Keystone Block, h 86 W. Main 

Erwin Mrs. M. J. B. widow, h 39 Jackson 

ESMOND GEO. & CO., (Geo. E. & E. H. McDonald) Dealers in 
Family Groceries, Provisions, &c., s w c Calhoun and Wayne 



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Esmond Geo. (Geo. E. & Co.) bds Mayer House 

Ettinger Jeremiah, clerk 43 Columbia, h 19 W. Wayne 

Etzel Elizabeth, widow, h 167 W. Jefferson 

Etzold Clement, shoemaker, bds Henry Etzold's 

Etzold Henry, (Leeser Sc E.) h w s Webster b Lewis and Douglas Av 

EVANS _A. S., Jobber of Dry Goods and Notions, n w c Columbia 

and Clinton ; h s s Main b Lafayette and Clay 
Evans Anthony J. machinist, h e s Laftiyette b Washington & Jefferson 
Evans Edwin, railroad contractor, h 174 W. Wayne 
Evans Elizabeth, widow, h 58 W. Berry 
Evans Geo. P. clerk 73 Columbia, bds A. S. Evans' 
Evans J. P. clerk 73 Columbia, bds A. S. Evans' 
Evans John K. h 136 VV. Berry 
Evans Joseph K. clerk, h 136 W. Berry 
Evans Joseph K.. jr. clerk 79 Columbia, bds 136 W. Berry- 
Evans Minerva, widow, h 58 W. Berry 
Evans Nathan, iron master, h 79 W. Main 
Evans Richard H. barber, 76 Columbia 
EVANS S. GARY, President Merchants National Bank, n w c 

Main and Calhoun; h 105 W. Berry 
Evern Patrick, teamster, h u s Montgomery b Monroe and Hanna 
Everitt Leonard G. farmer, h n s W. & E. Canal west of Broadway 
Evert Andrew, driver, bds Chas. P. Fletcher's 
Ewing Block and Hall, s w c Main and Harrison 
Ewing Esther, widow, h 114 W. Berry 
Ewing Geo. W. h 235 W. Main 
EWING & MINER, (Wm. A. E. & B. D. M.) Executors of the 

Ewing Estate, Ofl&ce 91 Main ' 

Ewing Wm. A. 91 Main, res Toledo 
Ewing Wm. A. (E. & Miner) res Chicago 



Exe Wm. laborer, h 63 E. Water 



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Fahlsing C. W. clerk 105 Columbia, h 78 W. Main 

Fahlsing Wm. foreman, h s e c Jefferson and Harrison 

Failing Chas. train despatcher, bds 152 W. Washington 

FairchUd Eliza, cook, Harmon House 

Fairfield Asa, farmer, h e s Blufftou Plank Road south of T., W. & W. 

Railway Track 
Fairfield Cyrus, farmer, res Asa Fairfield's 
Falconer John, blacksmith, h 10 Sturgis 

Faling Chas. telegraph operator P., Ft.W. & C. Railway, bds C. Rundcll's 
Falk Leopold, clothing 5 Keystone Block, h 69 W. Berry 
Fallahey Patrick, laborer, h e s Prince b Colerick anJ Williams 
Fails Daniel M. (J. C. Bowser & Co.) 
Falls E. M. machinist, h 153 W. Wayne 
Fallsing Wm. foreman, h 33 W. Jefferson 
Fanker Mary, widow, h s w c Washington and Francis 
Farnan Oney, painter, bds Catharine Gilford's 
Farnan Owen, blacksmith, h 222 Lafayette 
Farrar Peter, carpenter, wks Piatt J. Wise's 



86 FORT WAYNE [FIS] DIRECTORY. 

Farrar Ward B. h 138 Lafayette 

Faulhaber Louis, tanner, h n w c N. Cass and 1st, Bloomingdale 

Faulkner John, foreman Murray & Baker's 

Faulner Frank, laborer, h n s Lassclle b Lafayette and Clay 

Faust Frank, carpenter, bds 47 E. Main 

Fay Ezra, carpenter, li n w c N. Callioun and 3d, Bloonilugdale 

FAY J. A., Attorney at Law ; Office, -44 Calhoun, over Hamilton's 
Bank ; h 22G W. Berry 

Fay James P. attorney, h 226 W. Berry 

Feddcr Sue, laundress, Avcline House 

Fee Thos. W. (Griebel & F.) h n e o«Berry and Clinton 

Feeney Michael, laborer, h s s Grand b Harrison and Webster 

Felker Peter, carpenter, h 182 W. Jefferson 

Felder Anna M. widow, res John Shep's 

Felts Louisa, widow, h 257 E. Washington 

Ferber John F. carpenter, h e s Hanna b Montgomery and Hough. 

Ferckel Martin, wines, 6 Clinton 

Ferguson Benj. F. farmer, h s s W. &, E. Canal b Broadway and Van 
Buren 

Ferguson Wm. R. clerk P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Car Shop 

F'~ctter Mary, widow, h 191 E. Wayne 

Fetterman John, bricklayer, h 69 Wilt 

Fick John, porter, bds w s Lafayette b Main and Columbia 

FMelds James S. clerk 83 Columbia, h e s north end of Calhoun 

i ieler W. carpenter, h 188 E Jefferson 

F'ieler Wni. carpenter, h 194 E. Jefferson 

Figel Charles, wagon maker, nee Lima Plank Road and 6th, Bloom- 
ingdale 

Figel Fred, blacksmith shop, nee Lima Plank Road and 5th, h e s 
Lima Plank Road opp High, Bloomingdale 

Figel Wm. (W. Wente ct F.) res country 

Fike Cyrus, expressman, h s s Pearl b Maiden Lane and Cass 

Filincr F. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. J^ailway Shops 

Filson R. C. auction and commission, 7 E. Main, h 204 W. Berry 

FINK CHARLES, Dealer in Family Groceries, Provisions, Produce, 
&.G., n w c Harrison and Pearl ; also, Undertaker, 55 >V . Main, c 
Maiden Lane 

Fink Frank, molder, h 174 E. Jefferson 

Fink Jacob, laborer, h e s John b Jones and Herndoa 

Fink Mary, widow, h 174 E. Jefferson 

Finn Thomas, laborer, h 293 E. Washington 

Finney M. helper. P., Ft. \V. I't C. Railway Blacksmith Shop 

First Baptist Church, n s Jefferson b Harrison and Webster 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF Ft. WAYNE, and U. S. 

Jjepository, sec Main and Court, J D. Nuttman, President, John 

Ortt', Vice President, W. B. Fisher, Cashier 
Fischel J. H. harness maker, bds 96 E. Main 
Fischer Christian F. A. (Meyer Bros. & Co.) res St. Louis, Mo 
Fischer Henry, h 90 W. Jeilerson 
Fischer xMiehael, cabinet maker, h 84 E. Berry 
F'ischcr Michael, coffin maker, h 85 E. Berry 
Fish John R. engineer, h n s Melita b Harrison and Webster 
Fisher D. C. notary public and book-keeper, 50 Calhoun, bds Hamilton 

House 



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Fisher A. cabinet maker, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Go's 

Fisher Fred, machinist, wks Murray & Baker's 

Fisher Geo. carpenter, h 182 Griffith 

Fisher Geo. brakeman, bds Mrs. N. Y. Tunison's 

Fisher Geo. fireman, bds Mrs. S. J. Malatt's 

Fisher Geo. W. phisterer, h 2 46 E. Washington 

Fisher Henry E. printer, bds 90 VV. Jefferson 

Fisher Isaac, butcher h 133 W. Washington 

Fisher Jonathan, engineer, h 155 Francis south of Lewis 

Fisher Joseph, plasterer, h 265 E. Washington 

Fisher L. fireman, P. Ft. W^ & C. Eailway 

Fisher Michael, cabinet maker, h 85 E. Berry 

Fisher R. J. book-keeper Bass & Hanna's, h 8-1 W. Main 

Fisher S. H. conductor, h 17 Douglas Av 

FISHER W. B., Cashier First National Bank of Ft. Wayne, sec 

jMaiu and Court; bds Hamilton House 
Fisk Stephen W. bar keeper at Railroad Eating House 
Fisk Wm. W. clerk 50 and 52 E. Main, h SU'W. Jefferson 
Fitz John, (Harper & F.) h s s Montgomery b Lafayette and Clay 
Fitzgerald John, machinist, wks Bass & Hanna's 
Fitzgerald P. H. bar keeper, bds Mayer House 
Fitzgerald Patrick, billiard saloon, bds Mayer House 
Fitzgerald Patrick, machinist, bds National Hotel 
Fitzgibbon Margaret, widow, h n s Baker west of McClellan 

Fitzpatrick , laborei-, h s s Baker b Harrison and Webster 

Fitzpatrick Bartley, laborer, h n s Bass b Prince and Fairfield Ay 

Fitzpatrick John, laborer, h n e c Bass and Fairfield Av 

Fitzpatrick M. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway 

Fitzsimmons J. F. physician, w s Calhoun b Berry and Wayne, bds 
Mayer House 

Flaherty James, laborer, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Flaherty Patrick, laborer, h 169 W. Jefferson 

Flaherty Patrick, teamster, h e s Gay b Grant and Horace 

Flatrock August, laborer, h s e c Holman and Monroe 

Flatrock John, laborer, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Fleak A. switchman. P., Ft. W^ & C. Railway Yard 

Flcdderman John G. (John G. F. & Co.) h 25 Main 

FLEDDERMAN JOHN G. & CO., Union Clothing Store, Mer- 
chant Tailors, and Dealers in Gents' Furnishing Goods, 25 E. Main 

Fleidner Jacob, butcher, bds 139 Harrison 

Fleming J. C. engineer, h 86 E. Lewis 

Fleming John, laborer, h s w c Holman and Hanna 

Fleming John H. clerk County Clerk's Office, bds Wm. Fleming's 

F'leming Luke M. clerk County Clerk's Office, bds Wm. Fleming's 

Fleming Robert E. h 162 W. Berry 

Fleming Mrs. S. E. boarding house, 91 E. Washington 

Fleming Sarah widow, h 69 W. Wayne 

Fleming Thos. laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son'.-! 

FLEMING WM., Clerk of the Courts ; Office in Court House; h s 
e c Berry and Rockhill 

FLETCHER CHAS. P., Prop rietor Ft. Wayne Omnibus Line; 
Office, e s Calhoun adjoining Aveline House; h 99 E. Main 

Fletcher J. F. hostler, h w s Calhoun b Main and Berry 

Fletcher Maria, widow, h s s Maumee Road cast of Corp. Line 



88 FORT WAYNE [FOR] DIRECTORY. 

Fletter Honry A. fireman, h s w c Taylor and T., W. & W. Railway 

Fletter M. laborer, wks X. G. Olds &" Son's 

Fletter Samuel C. carpenter, h n s Bass b Prince and Fairfield Av 
Flinn Geo. bill poster, h 54 Lafayette 

Flood Michael, laborer, h e s West b Pritchard and P., Ft. W. & C. 
Railway 

Flowerday Edward, laborer, bds James Trees' 

Fluno J. B. (F. & McCarthy) h 134 Ewing 

PLUNO & McCarthy, (John B. F. & Timothy McC.) Saloon 
and Billiard Room, e s Calhoun, adjoining Aveline House 

Flutter Fleboin, brakeman, bds Albert Garrison's 

Flutter Jacob N. h w s Fairfield Av. b Taylor and Walnut 

Flynn James, machinist, h n e c Barr and Holman 

Foelliuger Fred, clerk Jacob Foellinger's, bds 144: Harrison 

FOELLINGER J. M., Dealer in Fine Groceries, Fruits, Wines, 
Liquors, Oysters, &c., 5 Phoenix Block, w s Calhoun b Main and 
Columbia; h 110 W. Wayne 

FOELLINGER JACOB, Manufacturer and Dealer in Boots and 
Shoes, 6 Phoenix Block, w s Calhoun b Main and Columbia; h 144 
Harrison 

Fogarty Edward, blacksmith, h n s Jeff'erson b Barr and Lafayette 

Foley Jeremiah, laborer, h n s Williams b Webster and Hoagland 

Folraerding Fred, tailor, h cor Washington and Lafayette 

Fontaine E. engineer. P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Co 

Fontaine Mary, widow, h 85 E. Jefferson 

Forbach Geo. laborer, wks Bass & Hanua's 

Forbach J. G^o. laborer, wks ]3ass & Hanna's 

Forbing Jacob, (Boseker & F.) h s s Brackenridge b Harrison and Web- 
ster 

Ford Mary A. widow, h n s Main b Clinton and Barr 

Ford Wm. fireman, h e s Gay b Grant and Horace 

Forduey Geo. molder, h 202 Lafayette 

Forgie August, carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Co's 

Forsey James, tinner, h n s Charles b Lafayette, and Clay 

Forstner Andrew, cutter A. & M. Nirdlinger's, bds American House 

Forsyth Donald, blacksmith, wks T., W. tt W. Railway Blacksmith Shop 

Forsyth J. tinner, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Tia Shops 

Forsyth Eliza, res E. F. Colerick's 

Fortriede Louis, shoemaker, h 50 Monroe 

Fort Wayne Agricultural Shops, north end of Calhoun st., Bloomingdale 

FORT WAYNE ADVERTISER, Thos. S. Taylor & Co., Pub- 
lishers, n s Main b Calhoun and Clinton 

FORT WAYNE BRASS WORKS, A. Hattersley, ProDrietor, 
48 E. Main 

FORT WAYNE CAR WHEEL WORKS, Bass & Hanna, 
Proprietors, Hanna south of Railroad Crossing 

FORT WAYNE DEMOCRAT, E. Zimmermanu & Co , Editors 
and Publishers, s w c Calhoun and Pearl 

Fort Wayne Female College, west end of Wayne 

Fort Wayne Fruit House,"l8 W. Berry 

FORT WAYNE GAS LIGHT CO., Office and Works s e c 
Water and Barr, A. P. Edgertou, President; H. H. Edgerton, Sec- 
retary and Treasurer 

Fort Wayne High School, n s Wayne b Calhoua and Clinton 



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FORT WAYNE GAZETTE CO., (Isaac Jenkinson, Amos W. 
Wright & James E. Willard) Publishers Fort Wayne Daily and 
Weekly Gazette, Book and Job Printers, 54 Calhoun opposite Court 
House 

FORT WAYNE MACHINE WORKS, Bass & Hanna, Pro- 
prietors, Hanna south of Railroad Crossinij 

FORT WAYNE NATIONAL BANK, Successors to the 
Branch at Fort Wayne of the Bank of the Slate of Indiana, s w c 
Clinton and Main, C. D. Bond, President ; Pliny Hoagland, Vice 
President ; J. D. Bond, Cashier 

FORT WAYNE OMNIBUS LINE, Chas. P. Fletcher, Pro- 
prietor, e s Calhoun adjoining Aveline House 

FORT WAYNE PAPER-MILLS, Freeman, Bard & Barnett, 
Propiietors, Office 51 Columbia 

Fort Wayne Ti-aining School, in High School Building, n s Wayne b 
Calhoun and Clinton 

Foster A. J. cutter, bds American House 

Foster Wm. B. machinist, h 136 Lafayette 

Foster Wm. T. blacksmith, h 17 Montgomery 

Fouke Chas. R. H. clerk 51 Columbia, bds 50 Columbia 

Fouke Geo. L. foreman, Fort Wayne Paper Mills 

Fountain Eugene, engineer, h e s Barr b Lewis and Montgomery 

Fourier Chas. laborer, bds nee Water and Clinton 

Foust Albin, h 53 Barr 

Fowler Susan, teacher, bds Rockhill House 

Fowles John, cutter 46 Calhoun, h 127 E. Lewis 

Fox , time keeper, h n s Holman b Clay and Monroe 

Fox Bernhard, carpenter, h s s Walnut b Fairfield Av. and Oakley 

Fox E. C, jr. clerk, h 126 W. Jefferson 

Fox Francis, blacksmith, h s s Wallace b Monroe and Clay 

FOX GEORGE, Confectioner, Candy Manufacturer and Cake Baker, 
n s Main b Calhoun and Clinton, Union Block 

Fox H. D. hackman, h 126 W. Jefferson 

Fox Mrs. Henry C. boarding house, 9 E. Wayne 

Fox J. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Shops 

Fox James, cartman, h w s McClellan b Brackenridge and Baker 

Fox John R. brass finisher, h n w c Walnut and Summit 

Fox Joseph, confectioner, with Geo. Fox 

Fox Maggie, dress maker, h w s Calhoun b Washington and Jefferson 

Fox Reinhard, gardener, h s s Taylor east of T., W. & W. Railway 

Fox W. I. h w s Fulton south of Jefferson 

Fox W. W. laborer, h s s 3Iontgomery b Barr and Lafayette 

Fox Wm. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Shops 

Frame Prosper, plasterer, h s s Lasselle b Lafayette and Cass, Lasselle's 
Addition 

France Joseph S. attorney, h n w c Jefferson and College 

FRANCIS ADAM, General Blacksmith Shop, w s Harrison b Main 
and Pearl 

Francis Margaret, widow, h s s Berry opp Court 

Francis Thos. P. machinist, wks T., W. & W. Railway Machine Shop 

Frane Joseph, turner, h e s Lafayette b Buchanan and Lasselle 

Frane Joseph, laborer, wks N, G. Olds & Son's 

Frank Elizabeth, dress making, h 142 E. Wayne 

Frank Ellen, widow, h 142 E. Wayne 



90 FORT WAYNE [FRI] DIRECTORY. 

Frank H. W. turner, h s e c Clay and Washington 
Frank Marx, (F. & Thanhouser) h 44 W. Wayne 

FRANK & THANHOUSER, (Marx F. & Samuel T.) Whole- 
sale and Retail Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Notions, &c., 
7 Keystone Block, Calhoun street 
Franke John, machinist, wks Bass & Hanna's 
Fraser Thos. laborer wks T., W. & W. Freight Depot, bds cor Batr and 

Jefferson 
Fray Mrs. F. M. millinery, n w c Calhoun and Wayne 
Fray Frank M. conductor, h n w c Calhoun and Wayne 
Frecker Wm. carpenter, h s s Lavina b Fairfield Av. and Broadway 
Frederick Jacob, machinist, h s e c Lafayette and St. Francis 
Fredericks D. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Machine Shop 
Fredericks D. M. engineer, h s s Lewis b Calhoun and Harrison 
Fredericks K. Hubbs, clerk W. Jacobs & Son's, res D. M. Fredericks' 
Fredericks P. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Blacksmith Shop 
FREEMAN A., Jr., Proprietor Main Street Exchange, n s Main b 
Calhoun and Harrison 

FREEMAN, BARD & BARNETT, (N. B. F., Samuel B. & 
A. G. B.) Proprietors Fort Wayne Paper Mills, Depot and Sales- 
room 51 Columbia 

FREEMAN JOSEPH, Merchant Tailor, Clothier and Dealer in 
Gents' Furnishing Goods, 3 Keystone Block ; h n w c Wayne and 
Ewing 

Freeman M. D. h 180 W. Wayne 

Freeman N. B. (F., Bard & Barnett; res Washington Tp 

Freeman Samuel, clerk 3 Keystone Block, bds Joseph Freeman's 

Freeman Samuel C. route agent, h n s Wall west of Hood 

Freeman Samuel P. (F., Tigar & Co.) h 140 W. Berry 

FREEMAN, TIGAR & CO., (Samuel P. F., John T. & W. H. 
Norton) Publishers and Proprietors Sunday Morning Chronicle, 
n w c Main and Clinton 

FREIBURGER S., Dealer in Wool, Hides, Beeswax, Ginseng, 
Country Produce, &c., 63 Columbia, h 95 W. Berry 

Freindstein Peter, saloon, 27 Columbia 

Fremion Joseph, brick maker, h s s Buchanan b Lafayette and Cass, 
Lasselle's Addition 

FRENCH CHARLES G., Contractor, Carpenter and Builder, 85 
E. Wayne ; h 92 E. Wayne 

FRENCH, HANNA & CO., (R. Morgan F., Wm. Willis H. & 0. 
W. Jefferdsj Proprietors Summit City Woolen Mills, Manufacturers 
of Cloths, Satinets, Jeans, Flannels, Yarns, &c., &c., and Dealers in 
Wool, s s Water b Barr and Lafayette 

French R. Morgan, (F., Hanna & Co.) h 144 E. Washington 

French Mrs. S. M. widow, h 17 Montgomery 

Freaking Barney, laborer, h 136 Madison 

Frey Chas. tanner, h 82 B. Jefferson 

Frey Jacob, h 23 Monroe 

Frcy Jacob, carriage maker, h 93 E. Jefferson 

FREY W. A., Upholsterer and Dealer in Furniture, Chairs, Mat- 
tresses, &c., w s Calhoun b Washington and Jefferson 

Friburger Simon, produce dealer, h 95 W. Berry 

Frick Henry, teamster, bds n w c Barr and Water 

Fricke Henry, h 183 Lafayette 



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Fricke Wm. carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Go's 
Friday August, h s s Walnut b Fairfield Av. and Oakley 
Friday Henry, drayman, h n w c Webster and Brandriff 
Friday Heni-y, sen. h s s Coleriek b Hoa.i^land and Prince 
FRIETZSCHE JOHN U., Homoeopathic Physician and Surgeon, 

176 Griffith 
Frink Sarah, burner, wks Summit City Woolen Mills 
Frink Sarah A. widow, h n w*c Clinton and Columbia 
Friteg A. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Shops 
Frizzell Lemuel, patent right agent, h n w c Duck and Clinton 
Froelich Chas. laborer, h w s Nelson b Wilt and P., Ft. W. & C. Railway 
Fronefield Reuben, (F. & Todd) h 30 W. Water 
Froneficld & Todd, (Reuben F. & Robt. T.) sash, n s Duck b Calhoun 

and Clinton 
Fry Edna A. res Sarah J. Fry's 
Fry Henry, (Jacob Fry & Sons) h n s Huntington Road west of St. 

Marys River Bridge 
Fry J. H. carriage blacksmith s s Pearl b Harrison and Maiden Lane, h 

89 E. JeflPerson 
Fry Jacob, (Jacob F. & Sons) h n s Huntington Road west of St. Marys 

River Bridge 
PRY JACOB & SONS, (Jacob, Joseph & Henry) Tan Yard, n s 

Huntington Road west of St. Marys River Bridge 
Fry John, laborer, h 102 Francis 
Fry Joseph, (Jacob Fry & Sons) h n s Huntington Road west of St. 

Marys River Bridge 
Fry Sarah J. widow, h s s Pearl b Harrison and Maiden Lane 
Fuchs Geo. grocery, 161 E. Jeiferson 
Fuchs Joseph, laborer, h e s Force b Herndon and Jones 
Fuegele Peter, laborer, h s s Walnut west of Oakley 
Fuhrman Henry, clerk 18 W. Berry, h 31 W. Lewis 
Fuller Wm. laborer, h rear 47 E. Water 
Funderauer Casper, laborer, bds 22 Madison 
Funelle Lena S. teacher Training School, bds Rockhill House 
Furbach Geo. laborer, h s s Wayne east of Harmer 
Furry I. N. carpenter, bds n w c Harrison and Jefferson 
Furste Francis L. book-keeper Murray & Baker's, h 22 W. Wayne 
Futtcr Martin, painter, h s w c N. Cass and 6th, Bloomingdale 

G 

Gabe Henry, tinner, bds John Hoffet's 

Gable Christian, h s w c Madison and Lafayette 

Gable Frank, clerk 18 W. Berry, bds cor Montgomery and Lafayette 

Gable Hannah, dress maker, e s Harrison b Berry and Wayne 

( lable Peter, machinist, h s w c Madison and Lafayette 

Gable Peter, teamster, h 171 Holman 

Gable Philip, helper, bds 171 Holman 

liablenz Chas. engineer, h w s Francis b Montgomery and Hough 

Gaffney Edward, h s s Bass b Fairfield Av. and Prince 

GAPPNEY WM., Dealer in Family Groceries, Provisions, Wines, 

Jiiquors, &c,, w s Calhoun b Railroad and Baker ; h s s Brackenridge 

b Calhoun and Harrison 



92 FORT WAYNE [GEI] DIRECTORY. 

Gage Magsie, servant, Main Street ExchaDa-e 

Gahle P.^helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Blacksmith Shop 

Gahnt L. F. clerk, bds Hedekin House 

Gaines Eliza, hair dresser, h 80 Columbia 

Gair Joseph, blacksmith, bds s w c Union and Wilt 

GALBRAITH H. C, Toll Gate Keeper, New Haven Pike, near 

Corporation Line 
Gale Anthony, h 203 Lafayette 
Gallagher Anthony, laborer, bds John Vizard's 

Galleher Cornelius, laborer, h w s Broadway b Washington and Jefferson 
Galmeier Ernst, carpenter, res Wm. Pappa's, Bloomingdale 
Galmyer Wm. carpenter, wks 0. D, Hurd's 
Gammon Patrick, machinist,' bds s w c Calhoun and Baker 
Gange L. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Shops 
Ganger John, finisher, bds John Hoifet's 
Gans Louis, messenger, Master Mechanic's Office P., Ft. W. & C. Railway, 

res Bloominojdale 
Gant L. F. clerk Frank & Thanhouser's, bds Hedekin House 
Garber Fred, brakeman, bds 224 Lafayette 
Gardner Mrs. A. E. widow, h s s Lewis b Calhoun and Clinton 
Gardner Mrs. C. D. h w s Harrison opp Columbia 
Gardner Henry, conductor, h 55 Madison 
Gardner John, clerk, h s s Lewis b Calhoun and Clinton 
Gardner Miss M. E. dress maker, w s Harrison opp Columbia 
Gardner T. F. printer, bds 49 W. 3Iain 
Garey Wm. farmer, h 204 E. Wayne 
Garner H. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Shops 
Garretty Michael, laborer, bds 50 Columbia 

Garrison Albert, blacksmith, h n s Colerick b Hoagland and Prince 
Garrison Chas. A, helper, res Albert Garrison's 
Gartley Samuel, plasterer, h 235 W. Washington 
Gary Wm. blacksmith, wks Bass & Hanna's 
Gasper Mathias, laborer, h 327 W. Jefterson 
Gass Joseph, laborer, h e s Hanna south of Grant 
Gaszner John P. (G. & Schmidt) h s s Berry b Calhoun and Clinton 
GASZNER & SCHMIDT, (John P. G. & Gottleib S.) Union 

Wine and Beer Saloon, s s Berry b Calhoun and Clinton 
Gates Abram, conductor, bds Mayer House 
Gates Christopher L. draughtsman, wks Murray & Baker's 
Gates John C. M. clerk 26 E. Main, bds 14 Lafayette 
Gaum Joseph P. bar keeper, bds nee Water and Clinton 
Gaut Anna, bds s w c A^'an Buren and W, & E. Canal 
Gaviler Geo. h s s High w of Lima Plank Road, Bloomingdale 
Gavin Robert, miller. City Mills, h head of Harmer 
G eager A. laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Gear James, blacksmith, wks T., W. & W. Railway Blacksmith Shop 
Gearing Andrew, laborer, res Bloomingdale 

Gebel Christine, widow, h e s Lafayette b Montgomery and Holman 
Gebel Frank, bds Christine Gebel's 
Gebhard Wm. brick layer, h 209 Madison 
Gebhardt Geo. harness maker, bds 209 Madison 
Geerke Geo. (H. Wigman & Co.) h 80 Madison 
Geerken Geo. grocer, h 80 Madison 
(■'eier Hermann, laborer, wks A. C. Beaver's 






FORT WAYNE [GIL] DIRECTORY. 93 



Geietze Johu, laborer, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Geiger Charles teacher, h 129 E. Jefferson 

Geis Jacob, groceries, e s Lafayette b Charles and Lassclle 

Geisman Jacob, laborer, h n s Locust w of Pine 

Geisseman S. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Shops 

Geller Geo. laborer, h s w c Hood and Pritchard 

Geller L. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Car Shop 

Geller Theodore, -varnisher, wks 50 E. Main 

Gelner Henry, laborer, bds John Hoffet's 

Geortre Fred, tailor, wks M. E. Woodward's 

GERARDIN ANTON, Dealer in Family Groceries, Flour and 

Feed ; also. Saloon, w s Lafayette b Wallace and Hamilton 
Gerardin H. groceries, s w c Barr and Berry 
Gerke H. F. groceries, 219 Lafayette 
Gerkin Fred, machinist, wks J. C. Bowser & Co.'s 
Gerkin Henry, laborer, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Gerome J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Blacksmith Shop 
Gerard Ann, widow, h 192 Griffith 
Gerry Catharine, principal Sixth Ward School 
Gers Philip, (Dierstein & G.) h w s West b Pritchard and P., Ft. W. & 

C. Railway 
Geslar Fred, butcher, h e s Harrison b Main and Columbia 
Getja John, laborer, h 18 Montgomery 
Geye Henry, shoe maker, h s w c Wayne and College 
Gibford A. clerk, h s s Baker opp McClellan 

Gibford Catharine, widow, h s s Montgomery b Barr and Lafayette 
Gibson Dan. train despatcher P., Ft. W. & C. Railway, office, nee Clinton 

and R. R. Track, h 202 E. Lewis 
Gibson Francis, weaver, wks Summit City Woolen Mills 
Gibson Frank, clerk, bds 202 E. Lewis 
Gibson James, laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Gibson James H. laborer, h s e c Washington and Garden 
Gibson Lewis, laborer, h 41 Columbia 
Gick George, clerk, 219 Lafayette 

Gidley James, conductor, h w s Fairfield Av. b Locust and Taylor 
Gidley Wm. foreman, T., W. & W. Ptailway, h s w c Pine and Locust 
Gilbert Geo. R. carpenter, bds 49 W. Main 

Gilbert James, blacksmith, h e s Griffith b Jefferson and George 
Gilbert James B. carriagesmith, h e s Griffith s of Jefferson 
Gilbert John, clerk Meyer, Bros. & Co.'s, 2 Keystone Block 
Gilby John, laborer, h 13 Hood 

Gilby Johu, machinist, wks T. W., & W. Railway Machine Shop 
Gilchrist Christopher, h s e c Main and Court 
Gilchrist Mrs. M. H. millinery, dress aad cloak maker, sec Court and 

Main, up stairs 
Gilder L. P. machinist, wks P., Ft, W. 4 C. Railway Machine Shop 
Gildey Frank, conductor, bds Mrs. Mtftbeth Iba's 
Gilkison W. S. assistant city civil engineer, bds Aveliue House 
Gillespie James, book-keeper, bds Joseph Renshaw's 
Gilligan James, helper, wks T., W. & \V. Railway Blacksmith Shop 
Gilliland James, (G. & Medsker) h n s Montgomery b Barr aad Lafayette 
GILLILAND & MEDSKER, (Jnmes G. & Isaac N. M.) Dealers 

in Family Groceries, Provisions, &c. ; also. Ice Cream Saloon, sec 

Lewis and Lafayette 



94 FORT WAYNE [GOR] DIRECTORY. 

Gilman Freeman, traveling agent Bass & Ilanna's, h 182 E. Jefferson 

Gilmartin Edward, telegraph repairer, bds Thomas Lynch's 

Gilsen R. engineer, bds Main St. Exchange 

Gimble Henry, laborer, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Ginthcr Samuel, shoe maker, h 128 Madison 

Girard Charles, groceries, w s Broadway b Pritchard and P., Ft. W. & C. 

R. R 
Giser E. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 
Glaser Ed. F. bakery, e s Calhoun b Berry and Wayne, h w s Harrison b 

Berry and Wayne 
Glaser John, butcher, h n s Colerick b Hoagland and Prince 
Glass Nancy, widow, h 135 W. Water 
Glasser A. blacksmith, bds 50 Columbia 
Gleisenkamp Wm. sawyer, h 117 W. Water 
Glenn J. fireman. P., Ft. W. & C, Railway Co 
Glenn John S. fireman, bds David S. Warner's 
Glenn Wm. M. engineer, bds David S Warner's 
Glesner Charles, printer, bds Henry H. Bossier's 

Gluting Andrew, clerk County Recorder's Office, bds 15 W. Washington 
Glutting Jacob, i^aloon, 76 Columbia, h 15 W. Washington 
Glvnn John, hackman, h 98 E. Berry 

GLYNN MATHIAS, Livery and Sale Stable, 5H E. Main 
Gob x\udreas, laborer, h u s Buchanan b Lafayette and Cass, Lasselle's 

Addition 
Gocke Anthony, clerk 5G Calhoun, h 43 W. Wayne 
Godfrey James P. engineer, h w s Harrison b Highland and Dawson 
Godfrey Mary A. widow, h w s Harrison b Highland and Dawson 
Godfrey Wright, engineer, h n s P., Ft. W. & C. Railway b Fairfield Av. 

and Webster 
GODOWN JOHN M., Secretary Grand Rapids and Indiana Rail- 
road Co., n w c Barr and Berry ; h s e c Douglas Av. and McClellau 
GOERIZ ADOLPH, Physician, Office, 84 Columbia, up stairs; h n 

e c Lafayette and Lasselle 
Goette Christopher, laborer, h n s Buchanan b Hanna and Cass, Lasselle's 

Additon 
Gohrmann Andrew, tailor, wks J. G. Thieme & Bro's 
Golden Patrick, laborer, h w s Smith b Grant and Horace 
Golden Thomas, helper, h s s Colerick b Prince and Fairfield Av 
Golding Thomas, helper, wks T., W. & W. Railway Blacksmith Shop 
Goleke John, laborer, h 161 E. Jefferson 

Good Caroline widow, li w s McClellan b Lewis and Douglas Av 
Good Frederick, h s w c Hanna and Wayne 
Goodamote John, helper, wks J. C. Bowser & Co.'s 
Goodcnough Geo. engineer, h 243 Lafayette 
Goodenough Orrin, fireman, h s w c Grand and Webster 
Goodman Francis X. saloon, w s Calhoun opp Aveline House, h s w c 

Washington and Harrison 
Goodner J. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Car Shop 
Goodrich John, clerk, bds 50 E. Berry 

Goodrich John C. (Townley, De Wald, Bond & Co.) bds 50 E. Berry 
Goodrich Samuel, conductor, h 95 E. Washington 
Goodwin Thomas, foreman, h w s Fairfield Av. b Locust and Taylor 
Gordinier Arthur, conductor, bds Mrs. Elizabeth Iba's 
Gordon Geo. policeman, h n s Lasselle b Lafayette and Clay 



FORT WAYNE [GRA] DIEECTORY. 95 

Gordon John, machinist, bds John W. Deeter's 

Goiham C. D. train dispatcher Western Div. P., Ft. W. & C. Railway, 

Office at Superintendent's Office, bds Chas. E. Gorham's 
Gorham C. L. conductor, bds 35 Douglas Av 

GORHAM CHAS. E., Superinteudeut Western Division P., Ft. W. 
& C. Railway ; Office, u e c Clinton and Railroad ; h s s Wayne b 
Clinton and Barr 
Gorham F. A. chief clerk Superintendent's Office, P., Ft. W. & 0. Rail- 
way, bds Chas. E. Gorham's 
Gorman Patrick, machinist, wks Murray & Baker's 
GOSHORN J. S., County Surveyor ; Office in Court House ; h s s 

Grand b Harrison and Webster 
Goshorn Wm. H. deputy county surveyor, h n s Melita west of Webster 
Goss Joseph P. blacksmith, wks Bass and Hanna's 
Gosse N. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. &C. Railway Shops 
Gossett J. W. clerk 73 Columbia, h s e c Barr and Washington 
Gotsch Benj. teacher, h 196 Barr 

Gottey C. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Machine Shop 
GOULD GEO., Manufacturer and Dealer in Upholstery, Mattrasses, 

Bedding, &c., 59 E. Main; h 60 W. Berry 
Gouty T. A. foreman Clark & Rhiuesmith's, h 236 W. Washington 
Grabner P. M. engineer, P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Co 
Graf John, laborer, h s s Buchanan b Lafayette and Cass, Lasselle's Ad- 
dition 
Graff Marx, (Marx G. & Sou) h 107 W. Wayne 
Graff Marx & Son, (Marx tt Myer L.) liquors, 125 Columbia 
Graff Myer L. (Marx G. & Son) h 107 W. Wayne 
Graffe Fred. (G. W. Graffe & Co. J h w s Calhoun b Washington and 

Jefferson 
Graffe G. W. & Co. (Geo. W. G. & Fred. G.) tinware, w s Calhoun b 

Washington and Jefferson 
Graffe Geo. W. (G. W. G. & Co.) h n s Jefferson b College and Nelson 
Graffe Henry C. (Mayer & G.) h n e c l-ulton and Jefferson 
Graffe J. wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Car Shop 
Grage Wm. laborer, h s s Sturgis west of Fulton 
Graham Mrs. widow, h 54 Barr 
Graham J. engineer, P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Co 
Graham James, engineer, h n w c Wayne and Clinton 
Graham James E. clerk H. H. Bossier's, h 165 W. Washington 
Graham James S. plasterer, h 256 W. Washington 
Graham John, clerk 73 Columbia, h 101 W. Main 
Graham Katy, laundress, Mayer House 

Graham Samuel D. clerk 88 Calhoun, bds 165 W. Washington 
Graham Wm, carpenter, bds 280 W. Jefferson 
Graham Wm. H. painter, h s w c Harrison and Melita 
Grahl Clements, teacher, h 196 Barr 

GRAND RAPIDS & INDIANA RAILROAD CO.; Office, 

n w c Barr and Berry ; Jobcph K. Edgertou, President; John M. 

Godown, Secretary ; Samuel T. Hanna, Treasurer 
Gratiguy A. F. ( G. & Co.) bds Hanna House 
GRATIGNY & CO., (A. F. G. & Prof S Davenport) Dealers in 

Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, &c., s w c Main and Calhoun 
Grattery^'James Dc. clerk 89 Columbia, h 90 E. Lewis 
Grauman Henry, book binder, wks W. H. Norton's, res country 



96 FORT WATNE [GRO] DIRECTORY. 



Gray Annie, widow, h 45 E. Main 

Gray Matilda, widow, res Thomas Gray's 

Gray Thomas, carjDenter, h w s Calhoun b Dawson and Williams 

Green Chas. tobacconist, bds Mayer House 

Green Corydon, grain dealer, h 215 Wayne 

Green G. G. h n w c Lafayette and Ilamilton 

Green Robert, clerk, h 50 E. Berry 

Green Mrs. S R. widow, res Samuel C. Freeman's 

Green Thos. gardener, wks Mrs. Samuel Hanna's 

Greeen Wm. h 86 E. Wayne 

Greene Miss Ella, clerk 105 and 107 Columbia, bds 50 W. Berry 

Greene G. G. machinist, wks P., Ft W. & C. Railway Round House 

Greene R. A. (Townley, DeWald, Bond & Co.) h 50 E. Berry 

Greensfelder Gustave, saloon, 158 Broadwav 

Grege Frederick, sawyer, h 177 W. Jefferson 

GREGG J. S., Physician and Surgeon ; Ofl&ce, s w c Main and Cal- 
houn, up stairs ; h 87 E. Washington 

Grennemann Henry G. foreman, h w s Harrison b Highland and Dawson 

Grenouillet Jaques, laborer, h e s Hanna south of Grant 

Greve Frank, (Schneider & G.) h 206 E. Washington 

Greve John, clerk 128 Columbia, bds 206 E. VVashingtou 

Greve Joseph, clerk 128 Columbia, bds 206 E. Washington 

Gribben James, carpenter, h 24 Douglas Av 

Gribbin James W. millwright, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Grieb John, (Mayer & G.) h 178 E. Lewis 

GRIEBEL & FEE, (Louis G. & Thos. W. F.) Manufacturers and 
Dealers in Cabinet Furniture, Chairs, &c., 46 E. Main 

Griebel Lewis, (G. & Fee,) h 58 E. Jefferson 

Griebel Lewis, teamster, n w c High and Lima Plank Eoad, Blooming- 
dale 

Griebel Louis, Jr., cabinet maker, bds 58 E. Jefferson 

Grifl&n D. C. carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Go's 

Griffith Alzina, widow, h 229 E. Jefferson 

Griffith Geo. V. h s s Wayne b Clay and Monroe 

Griffith James M. carpenter, h 50 E. Washington 

Griffith Jennie, waiter, Rockhill House 

Griffith Levi, carpenter, h 50 E. Washington 

Griffith Maggie, laundress, Rockhill House 

Griffiths Catharine, widow, h n s Williams b Webster and Hoagland 

Griffiths Thos. boiler maker, res Catharine Griffiths' 

Griffiths Wm. E. clerk 89 Columbia, h 124 W. Wayne 

Grift Fred, watchman, N. G. Olds & Son's 

Griggs L. P. sewing machines, 2 Aveline House Block, h 53 W. Wayne 

Griggs Loman, physician, h 53 W. Wayne 

Grimes James, molder, bds 142 B. Wayne 

(Jrimm John, teacher, h 239 Jackson 

Grimm Theodore, boiler maker, bds John W. Deeter s 

. Griswould Edward, coffin maker, h 16 Montgomery 

Groesbeck Chas. printer, bds Phillips House 

. Grogan Wm. F. physician, h s s Jjewis b Lafayette and Clay 

Cirogean Auguste, laborer, h w s Smith near south Corp. Line 

-GEONAUER W. G., Lodge Saloon and Billiard Room, 82 Calhoun; 
h w s Ewiug b Wayne and Washington 

Grosh John, saloon, w s Jjafayette b Ilolman and Montgomery 



FORT WAYNE [HAB] DIRECTORY. 97 

Gronnemeier Joha, tanner, h nortli of Douglas and west of Lima Plank 

Road, Bloomingdale 
Grosh Samuel, miller, City Mills, bds American House 
Gross Fred, laborer, h e s Van Buren b Wilt andPritchard 
Gross J. W. laborer, h w s K. Cass b 1st and River, Bloomingdale 
Grote H. A., cigars, 30 W. Main 

Grotehouse Henry, pattern maker, wks Murray & Baker's 
Grothaus Henry carpenter, li 196 E. Wayne 

Grothen Wm. file cutter, bus Lavina b Fairfield Av. and Broadway 
Grout Mrs. E. B. widow, h 125 Van Buren 
Grove M. J. boiler maker, h 134 Lafayette 
Grove Wm. h 134 L;f lyct'e 

GROVER & BAKER SEWING MACHINE CO., Lucian 

Lumbard, Agent, 21 Clinton 
Groves Catbarine, res Susan Groves' 

Groves Susan, widow, h s s Washington b Nelson and Garden 
Grub Lewis, draymali, h s s Pritchard b Broadway and Jackson 
Grubb Mary, boarding house, 85 Barr 
Gruber Andrew, laborer, wks-N. G. Olds & Son's 
Gruber Anthony, laborer, res Valentine G ruber's 
Gruber Joseph, brakeman, bds Andrew Metzger's 
Gruber Michael, tailor, h 24 Wilt 

Gruber Valentine, tailor, h s s Taylor west of Oakley' 
Gruud Frederick, stonemason, h s s Melita b Webster and Hoagland 
Grund Phil. R. blacksmith, h 190 W. Washington 
Grusse Frederick, laborer, h 240 E. Jeiferson 
Guin Russell B. stone cutter, h n s Wilt west of Garden 
Gulkel A. laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Gumpper Christian, conductor, h 224 E. Jefierson 
Gunkel F. laborer, h n s Nirdlinger west of Blufftou Plank Road 
Guukel Otto, Jaborer, bds F. Gunkel's 
Gurry James teamster, 80 Barr 
Gust Dora L. waiter, Rockhill House 
Gust John, helper, h n s Madison b Hanna and Francis 
Gutermuth Geo. h 46 Wilt 
Gutermuth Henry, blacksmith, h 46 Wilt 
Guttcrmuth Caspar, turner, h 45 Douglas Av 
Guttermuth Geo. laborer, h 45 Douglas Av 
Guylot Frederick, laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Shops 

H 

Haag Brothers, (Martia J. & Nicholas) barbers, 24 Court 
Haag Louisa, widow, h s s Washington b Nelson and Garden 
Haag Martin J. (H. Bros.; bds Mayer House 
Haag Nicholas, (H. Bros.) bds American House 
Haarselhorst H. J shoemaker, h 252 E. Washington 
Habecker Elias, carpenter, h 172 W. Washington 
Habecker Wm. H. carpenter, h 172 W. Washington 
Habel Andrew, laborer, h s s Jones b College and Nelson 
Habel Chas. machinist, wks Louis Rastetter's 

Haberkorn Henry, machinist, h s e c Lafayette and Buchanan, Lasselle's 
Addition 



98 FORT WAYNE [HAN] DIRECTORY. 

Habercorn F. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Machine Shop 

Hachmeier Ernst, laborer, h 208 Ewing 

Hacke Emil, saloon, bds e s Harrison b Main and Columbia 

Hackeuse A. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Haflich John, brakeman, bds Mrs. N. Y. Tunison's 

Hafuer John, cabinet maker, bds 51 E. Jeiferson 

Hagedorn Herman, bds Henry Hostmyer's 

Hagemau Joseph, laborer, wks H. & M. Nierman's 

Hagemann Wm. helper, h s w c Broadway and Pritchard 

Hagerhorst Christ, carpenter, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Oar Shop 

Haggerty L. B. teamster, h 131 E. Washington 

Haggerty Nathaniel, bds Joseph LeGras' 

Haggerty Mrs. S. E. dress making, h 124 E. Wayne 

Hagmau W. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Hahn Wm. blacksmith, bds Geo. Brossard's 

Hahselhorst Henry, shoe maker, h 252 E. Washington 

Haiber Fred, saloon, 8 W. Wayne 

Hake Frank, team^^ter, h w s N. Calhoun b 4th and 5th, Bloomingdale 

Hake Martha J. cook, American House 

Haley Minnie, waiter, Harmon House 

Haliue John, teamster, h s w c Williams and Harrison 

HALL ALBON E., (Myers & H.) bds Aveliue House 

Hall James, carriage maker, h 118 Clay 

Hall James E. carpenter, h u s Henry b Fairfield Av. and Oakley 

Hallauer Daniel, clerk 92 Columbia, h s s Charles b Clay and Monroe 

HAMBROCK FRED., Dealer in Family Groceries, Provisions, 

<&c. ; also, Saloon, nee Lafayette and Montgomery 
Hamer Jacob, tailor, h s s Sturgis west of Fulton 
ilamer Jacob, tailor, h 114 Harrison 

Hamier Ernst, laborer, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Round House 
Hamilton A. H. attorney, h s s Lewis opp Clinton 
Hamilton Mrs. Allen, widow, h s s Lewis opp Clinton 
HAMILTON ALLEN & CO., (Hugh McCulloch, Jesse L. 

Williams, Stephen B. Bond & Charles McCulloch) Bankers and 

Exchange Dealers, w s Calhoun b Main and Berry 
Hamilton Annie, at Hamilton House 
Hamilton Eliza, res Mrs. Allen Hamilton's 

Hamilton Elizabeth, widow, h s s Wallace b Calhoun and Clinton 
Hamilton Frederick, Hamilton House, 51 W. Berry 
Hamilton House, 51 W. Berry 
Hamilton John, baggage master, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R., h 145 W. 

Wayne 
Hamilton John H. carpenter, h s w c Clinton and Columbia 
Hamilton Letitia, at Hamilton House 
Hamilton Mary A. widow, h 70 W. Main 

Hamilton Montgomery, (Huestis & H.) h s s Lewis, head of Clinton 
Hamilton P. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Boiler Yard 
Hamilton's Hall and Building, w s Calhoun opp Court House 
Hamlin E. machinist, wks J. 0. Bowser & Co's 
Hampshire J. S. marble cutter, h e s Garden south of Jeiferson 
Hamroad Andrew, machinist, h s e c Lewis and Barr 
Hauce J. D. auctioneer, h 128 W. Main 
Hancock M, A. fireman, bds David S. Warner's 
Hauey Robt. machinist, wks J. C. Bowser & Co's 



FORT WAYNE [HAR] DIRECTORY. 99 

Hanks Mary, res John Cochrane's 

Hanley James, laborer, bds Patrick Ryan's 

Hanley John H. clerk T., W. & W. R. R. Freight Office, bds Mayer 

House 
Hanley Sallie, cook, Railroad Eating House 
Hanna Chas. h 62 Barr 

Hanna Horace H. (Bass & H.) h n e c Lewis and Hanna 
Hanna House, 166 Barr ; Mrs. R. McMullen, proprietress 
Hanna Hugh T. real estate dealer, n w c Barr and Berry, h s s Lewis 

east of Hanna 
Hanna R. H. bds Hedekin House 

Hanna Mrs. Samuel, widow, h s s Lewis east of Harraer 
HANNA SAMUEL T., Dealer in Real Estate ; Office, n w c Barr 

and Berry, up stairs ; h 109 W. Berry 
Hanna Wm. Willis, (French, H. & Co.) h s s Lewis east of Harmer 
Hanna Willis, bds Aveline House 
Hannah Kale E. waiter, American House 
HANNUM D., Occidental Billiard Room, e s Calhoun b Wayne and 

Berry ; h 209 W. Wayne 
Hansman Wm. blacksmith, bds 61 Montgomery 
Hanson Fred, turner, wks Brackenridge tk Taylor's 
Hanson R. C. gas fitter, h 48 E Main 

Harber Peter, machinist, h w s Harrison b Melita and Highland 
Hardendorf Emma, seamstress, bds 238 W. Wayne 
Hardendorf John, carpenter, h 238 W. Wayne 
Hardesty Mary, cook, Mayer House 

Harding Geo. machinist, h e s Calhoun b Wallace and Hamilton 
Hare Geo. carpenter, bds 86 E. Main 
Hargus August, wagon maker, h 157 Madison 
Hark Mary A. widow, res Thos. H. Will's 

Harkaemper Wm. watch maker, 88 Columbia, bds Mayer House 
HARMON DANIEL, Proprietor Harmon House, n w c Calhoua 

and Railroad Tracks 
Harmon Daniel, Jr. clerk, Harmon House 
HARMON HOUSE, n w c Calhoun and Railroad Tracks ; Daniel 

Harmon, Proprietor 
Harmon Samuel, clerk, Harmon House 

HARPER & FITZ, (James H. & John F.) Wholesale Manufactu- 
rers find Dealers in Hats, Caps, Furs, Straw Goods, &c., 3 Phceuix 

Block, w s Calhoun b Main and Columbia 
Harper James, (H. & Fitz) h s s Lewis b Harrison and Webster 
Harper John, machinist, h e s Hanna b Jones and Grant 
Harre Geo. carpenter, wks 0. D. Hurd's 
Harrington Daniel, moldcr, bds National Hotel 
Harris G. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Round House 
Harris Geo. h 246 E. Lewis 

Harris John, laborer, h s s Holman b Clay and Monroe 
Harris Wm. brakeman, bds W. VV. Fox's 
Harris Wm. H. engineer, h n w c Pine and Locust 
Harrison R. H. machinist, h 198 Lafayette 

Harrison Wm. H. conductor, h s e c Fairfield Av. and Williams 
Hart J. R. patent paints, h 109 Lafayette 
Hart J. W. machinist, h w s Kansas b Grand and Melita 
Harter J. blacksmith, n s Main b Fulton and Broadway 



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Hurter John, teamster, bds James Edmoud's, Bloomingdale 
Harter Philip, clerk 90 Columbia, h 231 W. Main 
Hartman August, brewer, wks Herman Hartman's 
Hartmau Christian, helper, bds 51 W. Jefferson 
Hartman F. painter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R R. Paint Shop 
Hartman Frances A. widow, h s s Virginia b Lafayette and Clay 
Hartman Gr. R. insurance and real estate agent, h n e c Wayne and Har- 
rison 
Hartman Geo. toll collector, h 46 Nelson 

Hartman Geo. B. book-keeper 81 Columbia, bds American House 
HARTMAN H. C, Real Estate and Insurance Agent ; Office, w s 
Calhoun b Main and Berry, Hamilton's Hall Building ; h 277 W.- 
Washington 
Hartman Herman, prop'r Hartman's Brewery, 128 E. Washington, h 

134 E. Washington 
Hartman Isaac, laborer, h 212 Lafayette 
Hartman L. R. book-keeper First National Bank, h s w c Wayne and 

Jackson 
Hartman W. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Hartman Wm. engineer, h n w c Melita and Webster 
Hartmann Valentine, laborer, h n s Taber east of Lafayette, Lasselle's 

Addition 
Harlmyer Frederick, candy manuf., 47 W. Main 
Hartnett R. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 
Hartuett Richard, laborer, h u w c Baker and Webster 
Hartshorn John S. fireman, h s s Butler b Hoagland and Fairfield Av 
Hartstein Louis, laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Hartzell John, cigar maker, bds Main Street Exchange 
Harvey Daniel E. engineer, bds Mrs. Catherine Gibford's 
Harvey Jefi'ersou, fireman, bds Mrs. Catherine Gibford's 
Haryes August, wagon maker, wks John Baker's 

HASKELL W., Produce and Commission Merchant, Agent Malt- 
by's Oysters and Telegraph Despatch, 43 Columbia ; bds Mayer 
House 
Hassler J. B. carpenter, h n s Brackenridge b Webster and McClellau 
Hasty John, boarding house, 32 E. Main 
Hate J. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 
Hatfield Wm. laborer, bds Wm. Edmond's, Bloomingdale 
Hathaway John A. farmer, h s s Wilt b Rockhill and College 
HATTERSLEY A., Fort Wayne Brass Works ; Plumber, Gas and 

Steam Pipe Fitter, 48 E Main ; h 167 W. Wayne 
Haudsch S. laborer, h s s Jefi'ersou b Union and Rockhill 
Haufler David, barber, 80 Columbia, bis 13 Clinton 
Haug Geo. stone cutter, wks Sutermeister & Becker's 
Hausbach Jacob, laborer, h n s Henry b Hoagland and Fairfield Av 
Hauser Andrew, brewer, bds 87 Harrison 
Hauser Chas. foreman, h n w c Hanna and Hough 
Hausper Jacob, machinist, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Machine Shop 
Hauss David, carpenter, h 237 W. Washington 
Haverley Anthony, blacksmith, h 168 Madison 
Hawk Bennett, fireman, bds Elijah Derrer's 
Hawkins Irwin, photographer, bds 57 E. Berry 
Hnxstine W. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 
Haydcn John, notary public, h w s Fulton b Berry and Wayne 



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Hayden John W. clerk Sol. D. Bayless', h 162 W. Wayne 

Hayes Cyrus A. cabinet maker, h s s High west of Lima Plank Eoad, 

Bloomiugdale 
Haynes Frank, engineer, h s e c Melita and Webster 
Haynes James, conductor, bds James Castle's 

Hays Dennis, laborer, h n s Bass b Fairfield Av. and Prince 

Hays Thomas D. laborer, h n w c Colerick and Prince 

Hays Wm. K. moldcr, bds National Hotel 

Hazdon H. H. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Freight Depot 

Hazzard Lewis, painter, h 147 W. Main 

Heagen John W. carriage maker, bds Harmon House 

Heager John, wheelwright, wks N. '^t. Olds & Son's 

Heathman Elizabeth, servant, s w c Calhoun and Baker 

Hebel Chas. cigar maker, h n w c Calhoun and W. & E. Canal 

Heber Barbara, h 1 E. Berry 

Hebert Oliver, engineer, h 158 E. Lewis >j 

Hebert Peter, fireman, bds 158 E. Lewis 

Hecke Herman, drayman, h 154 E. Washington 

Heckeler Thos, laborer, h n e c Buchanan and Cass, Lasselle's Addition 

Hecker P]mil, bar keeper, bds Julius Kabisch's 

Heckis Andrew, coppersmith, h s w c Webster and Brackenridge 

Heckler Gr. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. E,. Ptound House 

Heckler Thos. laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Hedekin House, e s Barr b Main and Columbia 

Hedekin Michael, h 97 E. Main 

HEDEKIN T. B., Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Groceries, sec 
Columbia and Barr ; h 82 E. Washington 

Hedges Elizabeth, widow, h 131 Madison 

Hedges Thos. J. carpenter, h 122 W. Washington 

Heifkin Jacob, conductor, h 186 E. Washington 

Hefi"ner John, cabinet maker, wks 50 E. Main 

Hefi"ran Michael, laborer, bds National Hotel 

Hegan David, fireman, bds Luther Wright's 

Hegar Geo. clerk IB W. Berry, res Bloomingdale 

Heibler Geo. W. miller, h 199 Ewiug 

Heichenrichter Joseph, laborer, h s s Nirdlinger west of Bluffton Plank 
Road 

Heid Alex, butcher, h e s Lima Plank Road b 2d and 3d, Bloomingdale 

Heidenreich Ed. laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

HEILBRONNER A., Dealer in Wool, Pelts, Furs, Hides, Coun- 
try Produce, &c., w s Calhoun b Columbia and Canal ; h w s Calhoun 
b Wayne and Washington 

Heill Frederick, laborer, res Bloomingdale 

Heimann Barney, clerk, h w s Ewing b Berry and Wayne 

Heine Fred, carpenter, h 92 Madison 

Heine Frederick, carpenter, h 48 Douglas Av 

Heine Wm. laborer, h n s Montgomery b Hanna and Francis 

HEINGARTNER MARTIN, Merchant Tailor and Dealer in 
Gents' Furnishing Goods, 19 Clinton ; h s s Main b Fulton and 
Broadway 
Heinlen Fredericka, widow, h e s Lafayette b Virginia and Wallace 
Heinlen Wm. laborer, h w s Harrison b Highland and Dawson 
Heiny Nicholas, clerk, h 251 E. Jefierson 
Heirholzer Coleman, carpenter, h s s Bass b Prince and Fairfield Av 



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Heirholzer Coleman, jr. coppersmith, h s s Bass b Prince and Fairfield Av 

Heister Henry, clerk Geo. C. Nill & Go's, bds Blooraiugdale 

Heit Alex, butcher, with A. Wolf, res Dlooraingdale 

Hcit Anthony, shoemaker, h 19(3 Griffith 

Heitenrcich Amond, laborer, h n s Heury b Hoaglaud and Fairfield Av 

Heitkarap Sophia, widow, h 207 Lafayette 

Heitmann Rev. Anthony, h 132 E. Jefferson 

Heitzler G. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. U. R. Boiler Yard 

Heitzler Joseph, helper, h n s Wallace b Lafayette and Clay 

Held Geo. barber, bds 115 Barr 

Heldt John M. barber and grinder, e s Lima Plank Road b 1st and 2d, 

Bloomingdale 
Helker H. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 
Helle Fred, engineer, h 7 W. Water 
Helling Frederick, teamster, h 81 W. Washington 
Helmcamp Henry, carpenter, h 247 W. Wayne 

Helmke Edward, boots and shoes, w s Calhoun b Lewis and Douglas Av 
Helwig Fred, blacksmith, bds John Holfet's 

Heuienway Addison K. clerk 4 Keystone Block, bds 234 W. Wayne 
Henchen W. helper, wks F., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 
Henderson Andrew N. foreman, h 117 B. Wayne 
Henderson Geo. clerk 26 E. 3Iain, bds 23 Madison 
Henderson Henry, machinist, h s w c Madison and Lafayette 
Henderson Noah, clerk Anderson & Ely's, bds 117 W. Wayne 
Henderson Samuel C. coppersmith, h 79 E. Main 
Henderson Mrs. W. D. boarding house, 86 E. Main 
Henderson Wm. h 23 Madison 

Henderson Wm. B. brakeman, h n s Chicago b Harrison and Webster 
Hendler Peter, laborer, h s s Walnut b Fairfield Av. and Oakley 
Hendricks Alma, cook, Hedekin House 
Hendricks Christian, wagon maker, h 217 Lafayette 
Heuger Felix, laborer, h n of Douglas west of Lima Plank Road, Bloom- 

ingdale 
Hengst D. h w s Lima Plank Road b Bowser and Douglas, Bloomingdale 
Henkcnius Frank, truckman, h ns Douglas west of Lima Plank Road, 

Bloomingdale 
Henkley Wm. teamster, wks Schroeder & Kayser's 
Hennings Fred, laborer, h 90 Madison 
Hennings Sophia, weaver, wks Summit City Woolen Mills 
Henrodth A. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 
Henry H. H. h s e c Main and Van Buren 
Henry Wm. cabinet maker, wks W. A. Frey'd 
Henry Wm. H. fireman, h 133 Van Buren 
Henschen Fred, laborer, h 201 E\^ing 
Henschen Henry, clerk 132 Columbia, h 170 Ewing 
Henschen Mary, widow, res Wm Hildebrand's 
Henschen Wm. helper, h w s Francis b Montgomery and Hough 
Hensel Frank, tailor, wks J. G. Thierae & Bro's 
Hansel Wm. machinist, h 269 W. Jefi"erson 
Hepburn Archibald, painter, bds James L. Sweeney's 
Herbert Myron, molder, bds s w c Calhoun and Baker 
Herbst Frederick, saloon and boarding house, nee Railroad and Calhoun 
Herbst Henry, laborer, h w s Calhoun b Railroad and Baker 
Hergenroether Marcus, bricklayer, h s s Wallace b Lafayette and Barr 



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Hergerhorst Christ, carpenter, h s s Locust west of Pine 
Hermann Michael, carpenter, h s s Lasselle b Hanna and Monroe 
Hermann Valentine, laborer, h 171 Washington 
Hermaver Wm. planer, wks Clark & Rhinesmith's 
HER'MSDORPER G. A., Manufacturer and Dealer in Boots and 

Shoes, 2 Union Block, n s Main near Clinton ; h 267 W. JeflFerson 
Herring Geo. laborer, h n s Douglas west of Lima Plank Road, Bloom- 

ingdale 
Herring J. O. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Herring Peter, stone mason, h e s West b Pritchard and P., Ft. W. & C. 

R.R 
Herrington Edwin B. carpenter, h s s Henry b Hoagland and Fairfield Av 
Herrington John, h s s Henry b Hoagland and Fairfield Av 
HERRINGTON JOHN S., Contractor, Carpenter and Builder, 

Shop and Residence sec Hoagland and Melita 
Herrington Roland, gas fitter, bds Geo. Crosby's 
Hesler James, h 142 Jackson 
Hess J. H. machinist, wks J. C. Bowser & Go's 
Hess N. W. plow manufacturer, n s Water b Calhoun and Clinton, h 134 

W. Main 
Hessenauer John, res David Seebold's, Bloomingdale 
Heth Jacob, engineer, h 216 Lafayette 
Hettinger Israel B. barber shop e.s Calhoun b Wayne and AVashington, 

h 31 W. Lewis 
Hettlen C. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 
Hettler Christopher F. carpenter, h 88 E. Lewis 
Hettler Gottlieb, laborer, h n e c Lasselle and Clay 
Hewes James C. foreman P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Boiler Yard, h 94 E. 

Lewis r 

Hey Amandus, driver, wks Bloomingdale Brewery 
Hey August, driver, h w s Lima Plank Road, Bloomingdale 
Heyer Henry, printer, bds 59 W. Wayne 
Hicks C. Carroll, attorney 54 Calhoun, h 64 W. Main 
Hiebler Edward, laborer, wks Bass & Hanna's 
Hiebler Louis, laborer, wks Bass & Hanna's 
Hierholzer Conrad, carpenter, wks T., W. & W. E. R. Car Shop 
Hierholzer Conrad, coppersmith, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 
Higgins C. R. telegraph operator, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R., bds Mayer 

House 
Higgins Frank P. engineer, h 122 E. Berry 
Higi School, n s Wayne b Calhoun and Clinton 
Hight Eugene, machinist, h s e c Lewis and Webster 
Hight Wm. machinist, bds John W. Deeter's 
Higi January, teacher, s w c Jefierson and Lafayette 
Hilbrecht Henry, blacksmith, h 212 W. Jefferson 
Hilbright Henry Jr. machinist, wks J. C. Bowser & Go's 
HILDEBRAND & CO., (Wm. H. & Gottlieb Niemann) Dealers 

in Family Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, &c., w s Calhoun b Wayne 

and Washington 
Hildebrand Geo. miller, wks Bloomingdale Flour Mills 
Hildebrand Wm. (H. & Co.) h w s Calhoun b Wayne and Washington 
Hilderman Henry, laborer, wks Bass & Hanna's 
Hilgeman Ernst, carpenter, h 210 E. Washington 
Hilgeman Fred, laborer, h w s McClellan b Lewis and Douglas Av 



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Hilgemau H. carder, wks Summit City AVooIen Mills 
H lineman Henry, carpenter, h 194 Ewing 
HilgeuKin Henry, engineer, h 89 W. Jefferson 
Hilgeman AYm. carpenter, li 18G Ewing 
Hilgeman Wm. carpenter, h 212 E. Washington 
Hilker Chas. carpenter, h 9G Francis 
Hilker Fred. (H. Zwick & Co.) h 107 W. Washington 
Hilker Henry, laborer, h w s Fairfield Av. b Locust and Taylor 
HILL C. L., Dealer in Pianos, Organs and General Musical Merchan- 
dise ; Agent Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machine, 52 and 5-4 Cal- 
houn ; h n e c Harrison and Water 
Hill Daniel, cabinet maker, 46 E. Main, res Bloomingdale 
Hill Daniel, laborer, h west of Lima Plank Road, Bloomingdale 
Hill Mrs. G. K. widow, h 193 W. Wayne 

Hill J. E. Jr. & Co. flour mill, east branch Lima Plank Road three- 
fourths of a mile north of the City 
Hill J. M. bds 84 W. Berry 
Hill John E. (H. & Orbison) h 84 W. Berry 
Hill John E. Jr. (J. E. H. Jr. & Co.) bds 84 W. Berry 
Hill John II. h n s Jefferson b Nelson and Garden 

HILL & ORBISON, (John E. H. & Alex. M. 0.) Produce 
Commission Merchants. 131 and 133 Columbia, and Flour Mill n s 
Pearl opp. Maiden Lane 

11 Valentine, cigar maker, h n s Main b Fulton and Broadway 

lie Henry, laborer, wks T. W. & W. R. R. Round House 

Her Henry, laborer, h 208 Ewing 

llkemp Henry, carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Co's 

llworth August, hackman, bds Hedekin House 

It John Jr. laborer, h n s Baker b Calhoun and Harrison 

It John Sr. h n s Baker b Calhoun and Harrison 

mbert John, drayman, h 16 Hood 

mbert Michael, drayman, h n s P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. b Webster and 
Fairfield Av 

nes Philip, hostler, h s s Columbia b Calhoun and Clinton 

nes Philip, mail carrier, h 82 Columbia 

nes Wm. laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

ngst D. res Ulrich Stotz, Bloomingdale 

nkle O. N". conductor, h s e c Douglas Av. and McClellaa 

nman Harvey F. carpenter, h 39 Union 

ntou Samuel, h n s Chicago b Harrison and Webster 

nton W. S. teamster, wks Clark and Rhinesmith's 

slop Catharine, widow, h 200 E. Lewis 

ston Dennis, helper, h n s Baker b Harrison and Webster 

tchcock Amanda, widow, h s e c Grifiith and Jefferson 

te Clara, servant, Mayer House 

te Katy, servant, Mayer House 

tteurick A. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. E. Lumber Yard 

tzemaun Frederick, stone mason, h 48 Lavina 

tzemaun Gottleib, tailor h 54 Lavina 

tzman C. clerk 105 and 107 Columbia, bds n w c Douglas Av. and 



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Hoagland John R. clerk P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Freight Office, bds 110 

W. Berry 
Hoagland Pliny, (P. H. & Co.) h n e c Berry and Ewing 



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HOAGLAND P. & CO., (Pliny H. & Jesse L. Williams) Proprie- 
tors City Flour Mills, corner Clinton and W. & E. Canal 
Hobeckcr A. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Lumber Yard 
Hobrock Herman, carpenter, h w s Fairfield Av. b T. W. & W. R. R. 

and Locust 
Hobrock J. H. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 
Hobrock Wm. drayman, h e s Calhoun opp. Butler 
Hock Wm. laborer, h e s Lafayette b Virginia and Wallace 
Hockaday Catharine, seamstress, h s s Grand b Harrison and Webster 
Hockaday Deborah, widow, h s s Grand b Harrison and Webster 
Hockaday Warren, teamster, h s e c Kansas and Grand 
Hockeymeier Chas. laborer, h 311 W. Washington 
Hockstetter Wm. h 163 W. Washington 
Hodge C. P. professor at Ft. Wayne College 
Hoeltke Frederick, laborer, h 200 W. Jefferson 
Hofer Andrew, butchfr, h 151 E. Lewis 
Hofer Fritz, laborer, wks Bloomingdale Brewery 
Hoffer Henry, baker, bds Henry Immel's 
Hoffer Isaac N. carpenter, h 43 Clinton 
Hoffer Isaac N. carpenter, h 17 E. Main 

Hoffer John G. carpenter, h w sN. Cass b 1st and 2d, Bloomingdale 
Hoffet John, boarding house, w s Barr b Wayne and Washington 
Hoffman Andrew E. (J. R. Hoffman & Bros.) n w e Main and Van Buren 
Hofimau J. R. (J. R. H. & Bros.) n w c Main and Van Buren 
HOFFMAN J. R. & BROTHERS, (Jacob R., Andrew E. & 

Wm. H.) Chair Stuff Manufacturers, n w c Main and Van Buren 
Hoffman Jacob, carpenter, h s s Lasselle b Lafiyette and Cass, Lasselle's 

Addition 
Hoffman Peter, pattern maker, wks Murray and Baker's 
Hoffman Mrs. S. C. teacher, bds c Berry and Fulton 
Hoffman Wm. H. ( J. R. Hoffman t Bros.) n w c Main and Van Baren 
Hoffmann Adam, carpenter, h e s Force b Jones and Grant 
Hoffmann Chas. C. harness maker, bds Phillips House 
Hoffmann Henry, carpenter, bds s w c Holman and Hanna 
Hoffmann Jacob, carpenter, h s s Lasselle b Lafayette and Cass, Lasselle's 

Addition 
Hoffmann Peter, carpenter, h 179 Clinton 
Hoffmeister Henry, cooper, h n w c Lima Plank Road and Douglas, 

Bloomingdale 
Hoffner Christ. (Christ. H. & Co.) h 92 E. Main 
Hoffner Christ. & Co. (Christ. H. & Wm. Jacobs) bakery 92 E. Main 
Hogan Fred, carpenter, bds Mictiael Hogan's 
Hogan Michael, h e s Fairfield Av. b Colerick and Williams 
Hogan Patrick, laborer, h s s Bass b Hoagland and Prince 
Hogan Samuel, oil maker, h n e c High and Bloomingdale 
Hogan Timothy, h s w c Calhoun and Grand 
Hogarth Jennett, widow, h 173 W. Berry 

Hogarth Thomas, stone cutter, h s s Jefferson b College and Nelson 
Hohing John J. machinist, h s s Durye b Hoagland ank Fairfield Av 
Hohmeier Wm. clerk, h 28 W. Lewis 
Hohnhaus Peter, carpenter, h s s Wall west of Hood 
Hoit C. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Holahan John, laborer, h n s T., W. & W. R. R. west of Fairfield Av 
Holker Fred, carpenter, wkg T., W. & W. R. R. Car Shop 



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Holle Fred, laborer, wks Rauke & Cos 

Hollinger Elias, carpenter, h w s BluiFton Plank Road b Wall and Nird- 
linger 

Hollinger Jacob, carpenter, w s Harrison b Jefferson and Lewis, h n s 
Lewis b Harrison and Webster 

Hollingswortb Alice, dress maker, h 101 E. Berry 

Hollingswortb M. upbolsterer, h 101 E. Berry 

Hollister A. J. cigar maker, b 21 E. Washington 

Hollister Austin, bds Horace D. Elleuwood's 

Holmes John, bds Hamilton House 

Holmes Mrs. M. millinery, n s Main b Calhoun and Harrison, bds Ham- 
ilton House 

HOLMES, PFEIFFER & CO., (Wm. H., Christian P., James 
Kiutz, A. H. Bayless & J. T. Kels'ey) Meat Market and Cattle 
Dealers, w s Harrison b Main and Pearl 

Holmes Wm. (H., Pfeiffer & Co.) res country 

Holsworth Addison, clerk, h s e c Lafayette and Jefferson 

Holsworth Geo. h e s Bluffton Plank Road s of Lavina 

Holt John, boiler maker, h 162 Broadway 

Holt Thomas, boiler maker, bds 162 Broadway 

H oltheison E. clerk County Recorder's Office, bds Main St. Exchange 

Holtz W. L. machinist, wks J. C. Bowser & Co's 

Holzwarth E. blacksmith, 48 W. Main, h 50 W. Main 

HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO., of New York, John Hough, 
Agent, 50 Calhoun 

Homeier Chas. boatman, h s s High west of Lima Plank Road, Bloom- 
in o dale 

Homeier Fred laborer, h n s Henry b Oakley and Fairfield Av 

Homeier H. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. E. Lumber Yard 

Homeyer Fred. W. clerk 130 Columbia, h 28 W. Lewis 

Homsher B. F, engineer, h 220 Lafayette 

Houdheim John J. h w s McCleliau b Lewis and Douglas Av 

Houeck Henrv, carpenter, h 71 Montgomery 

Houer D. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Houtheim Jacob, carpenter, has Pine b Locust and Taylor 

Houtbeira Jacob, helper, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Hood T. N. bds 183 Clinton 

Hood Wm. E. h 148 W. Berry 

Hoof A. wool picker, wks Summit City Woolen Mills 

Hooker Mrs. J. W. bds Rockhill House 

Hookmeier Chas. watchman, T., W & W. R. R. Shops 

Hoover Henry, laborer, h s s Lasselle b Lafayette and Cass, Lasselle's 
Addition 

Hoover Wm. brakeman, bds Main St. Exchange 

Hoover Wm. conductor, h n e c Jefferson and Jackson 

Hoppa Henry, carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Co.'s 

Hopple John, butcher, h w s Broadway b Washington and Jefferson 

Hornuug Jacob, molder, h 233 E. Jefferson 

HORNUNG JOHN GEORGE, Summit City Brewery ; Brewer 
of Common Beer and Lager Beer, 87 and 89 Harrison 

Horstman H. C. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 

Horstman Mary, widow, h 268 E. Washington 

Horstmann Marj^ servant, Mayer House 

Horstmeier Wm, carpenter, h 209 Ewing 



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Ho>tmaa Christian, paioter, h 8-t W. JeflFerson 

Hostman Christian, Sr. h 80 W. Jeffersou 

Bostmeier Louis, saloon, 205 Laftiyette, h s w c Blufftoa Plank Road and 

Wall 
HoHtmyer Chas. carpenter, h s w c l>luflFton Plank Road and Wall 
Ho-tmyer Henry, carpenter, h s s Wall w of Bluffton Plank Road 
Houcn-itine Henry, machinist, h 156 Harrison 
HOUGH JOHN, Attorney at Law, Land and Insurance Agent, 

Office, 50 Calhoun ; Residence, 122 VV. Wayne 
Houiihton Luther S. traveling agent, h 77 Montgomery 
Huulc George, stone cutter, bds -19 Main 

Huub Michael, carria2:e trimmer, 118 W. Main, bds Union House 
Hour L). laborer, wks P., Ft. W. k C. R. R. Shops 
Houser Charles, foreman, N. G. Olds & Son's 
Houser Henry, laborer, wks Clark & Rhiuesraith's 
Hou.-er Theresa, widw, h n w c Haona and Hough 
Housworth Kate, dress maker, h w s Barr b Wayne and Washington 
Howard John, music teacher, s vrc Main and Harrison, bds Avelinc House 
Howard W . H. clerk 90 Columbia, bds 87 W. Berry 

Howell , fireman, h w s McClellan b Douglas Av. and Brackenridge 

Howes D. agent Ft. Wayne Window Blind Factory, 49 Columbia, bds 

Hedekin House 
llo>vey I. engineer. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co - 

Hovvlaud Hubbard, brakeman, bds 2-13 Jjifayotte 
Howiey Thomas, blacksmith, s s Main nr Harrison, h a e c Webster and 

Melita 
Huw.>er H laborer, wks P., Ft. W. >& C. R. R. Shops 
ii.ixie Horace, h 78 Madison 

Hoy Mrs. N. widow, h w s Harrison b Main and Pearl 
Iloyt Uhas. H. blacksmith, h s w c Hinni and Lasselle 
Hu'ier George, butcher, h 173 Barr 

li'iiior Nicholas, painter, h w s N. Oass h 1st and 2d, Bloomingdale 
Hdjer Philip, shoe maker, bds -1:7 B. Main 
Ilu iry Nicholas, carpenter, h 108 Moucu. oiuery 
Hue-tis Alex C. (H. & iLimiltou) h 20.j W. Berry 
HUE3TIS & HAMILTON, (Aiex. G. H. & Montgomery H.) 

Wholesale Grocers, 6'6 and 85 Columbia 
Haer ilerman, shoe maker, h 55 W. Wu} ue 
Huii' Anthony, spinner, h w s Lima Plank Road north of Douglas, 

Bloomingdale 
H lif Hiram, laborer, li s a Brandriif b Webster and Hoagland 
Hail man Henry, carpenter, wks Cochran, Humpiirey & Co.'s 
Hugaes James, laborer, h s s Walnut b Fairfield Av. and Oakley 
Hiiguuard Stephan, laborer, bds a e c W.iter and Olintoa 
Hdi. Lewis 0. clerk, nee Calhoun and Railroad 

Hu,l Wesley, confectionery and restaurant, nee Calhoun and Railroad 
liuioohan John, laborer, n u s P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. b Webster and 

Fairfield Av 
HaL^e 'Am. machinist, bds 1(3 W. Water 
Haman C. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. k C. R. R. Shops 
Humbert August, bds u e c Water and Clinton 
Humbert James, bds 86 E. Main 
Humbert Sarah, widow, res Alfred Little's 
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Humphrey George, (Cochran, H. & Co.) h 175 W. Berry 

Humphrey Jane, widow, h 173 W. Berry 

Humphrey John, engineer, bds Luther Wright's 

Humphrey Joseph, millwright, h n w c N. Calhoun and 3d, Bloomiugdale 

Humphrey N. bds Aveline House 

Humphrey Noah, boots and shoes, 7, e s Calhoun, h 15 Madison 

Humphreys W. S. h 110 W. Main 

Humsher B. F. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. B. Bound House 

Humstits , laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. E. Ft. Shops 

Hunt Edward, laborer, h s w c Jones and Smith 

Hunt James, laborer, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Hunt John, laborer, bds Edward Hunt's 

Hunt Patrick, laborer, bds Edward Hunt's 

Hunting Wm. H. fireman, h n s Henry, b Hoagland and Fairfield Av 

HDRD O. D., Manufacturer of Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, 

Brackets, &c., n s Canal b Clinton and Barr, near the Gas Works ; 

h 142 W. Jeff"erson 
Hurley Mary J. res Daniel O'ConuelFs 

HURSH J. C, Proprietor American House, 124 Columbia 
Hursh Elias S. clerk, American House 

Huser Wm. carpenter, h w s Jackson b Washington and Jefl^erson , 
Huston W. H. laborer, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Co.'s 
Huston Wm. cooper, h 261 E. Washington 
Hutchinson T. J.' foreman, P., Ft. W. & C. E. K. Lumber Yard, h 146 

Broadway 
Hutchinson T. J. shipping and receivino; clerk Motive Power Department, 

P. Ft. W. & C. B. R., h 146 Broadway 
Hutzel John, teamster, h 194 W. Washington 
Hutzel Valentine, machinist, wks Bass & Hanna's 
Hutzell Jacob, machinist, wks J. C. Bowser & Co.'s 

Huxford M. W. res east branch Lima Plank Road, ^ mile north of City 
Hyde James, conductor, bds Harmon House 
Hyslop Biirbara, res Albert Garrison's 
Hysop Catharine, weaver, wks Summit City Woolen Mills 
Hysop Maggie, weaver, wks Summit City Woolen Mills 



Iba Elizabeth, widow, h e s Fairfield Av. b Coleriek and Williams 

IDDINGS REV. J. T., Pastor Wayne Street M. E. Church, Resi- 
dence, 189 W. Wayne 

lek August, laborer, h 60 W. Washington 

Imbody Harrison, cooper, h 260 Washington 

Immaculate Conception Cathedral, e s Calhoun b Lewis and Jefferson 

Immel Henry, bakery, s s Berry opp Court 

INDIANA LAND AGENCY, John Hough, Proprietor, Office, 
50 Calhoun 

INDIANA STAATS ZEITUNG, (German— Tri- Weekly and 
Weekly,) nee Columbia and Clinton; John D. Saruighausen, 
Editor and Publisher 

Ingraham Titus S. en<rineer, h n s Melita b Webster and Kansas 

INTERNATIONAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW 

YORK, John Hough, Agent, 50 Calhoun 



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locnert August, h 93 W. Water 

Irey Sarah, h 194 Griffith 

Irviu Ed. conductor, h 186 W. Jeflfersoa 

Irvin Sarah, widow, h 186 W. Jeflfersoa 

IRWIN DR. JOHN S., Cashier 3Ierchants' National Bank, n w c 

Main and Calhoun; h 2-11 \V. Main 
Irwin Thomas, h 169 W. Jefferson 
Iseuberg Nicholas, foreman, h e s Lima Plank Road near Canal Feeder, 

Bloomingdale 
Iten Frank, brass molder, wks 48 B. Main 

Iten John, carpenter, h e s Lafayette b St. Francis and Crcighton 
Ives Geo. T. fireman, h 226 Lafayette 



Jackemeier Henry, helper, h 51 W. Jefferson 

Jackson John J. machinist, h 105 Wilt 

Jackson Kirby, engineer, h 51 W. Water 

Jackson Wm. T. engineer, h 197 W. Jefferson 

Jacob Christ, h n s High w of Lima Plank Road, Bloomingdale 

Jacob Frederick, painter, h 6S W. Washington 

Jacob Peter, laborer, h 116 Madison 

Jacobs Charles W. baker, h 92 E. Main 

Jacobs John H. (W. Jacobs & Son) bds 68 W. Berry 

Jacobs W. & Sou, ( Wm & John H.) boots and shoes, 7, e s Calhoun near 
Columbia 

Jacobs Wm. (W. J. k Son} h 68 W. Berry 

Jacobs Wm. (Christ. Hoffner & Co.) h 92 E. Main 

Jacokson Elkan, clothing, 106 Columbia, h 107 W. Main 

Jacobson Vigdor, clothing, e s Calhoun b Main and Columbia, h 54 W. 
Main 

JACOBY GEORGE, Wine and Lager Beer Saloon, s w c Lafay- 
ette and \Vallaee 

Jahn Andrew, laborer, h 244 E. Jefferson 

Jahn Nicholas, carpenter, h 17 Hood 

Jahn Nicol, tailor, h s s Pritchard opp Van Buren 

James Wm. laborer, h w s N. Cass b 1st and River, Bloomingdale 

Jameson Jacob, butcher, h w s Calhoun b Washington and Jefferson 

Jasper F'rederick, carpenter, h 51 W. Washington 

Jasper Rudolph, carpenter, h 51 W. Washington 

Jautz Chas. laborer, h s s High west of Lima Plank Road, Bloomingdale 

Jautz Christian, laborer, res Bloomingdale 

Jeflerds 0. W. (French, Hanna & Co.) h 133 E. Wayne 

Jefferds Thos. L. h 133 E. Wayne 

Jefferson Public School Building, s w c Griffith and Jefferson 

Jeffries Susanna, widow, h u e c Main and Broadway 

Jeuison Wm. T. attorney and notary, w s Calhoun b Main and Berry, h 
150 W. Washington 

Jenkinson Isaac, (Fort Wayne Gazette Co.) h 130 W. Jefferson 

JENNINGS JOHN, Livery and Sale Stable, e s Calhoun, adjoin- 
ing Mayer House ; h 10 W. Berry 

Jenuis C. H. carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Go's 



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Jennis L. T. carpeuter. wks Cochran, Humphrey & Go's 

JERMAN A. S., Proprietor City Dye House, 57 W. Water 

Jobson iMuttie S. widow, h 80 W. Lewis 

Jobst Alex, collar maker, res Bloomiugdale 

Joequel J. J. stoves and tin ware, w s Cali>.oun b Jefferson and Lewis 

Johns A. laborer, wks P., Ft. W' & C. R. R. Shops 

Johns A. L. harness maker, bds A. S. Johns' 

JOPINS A. S., Manufacturer and Dealer in Saddles, Hariicss, &c., e 

s Harrison b Main and Columbia 
Johns Chas. laborer, wks Bass k Hanna's 
Johns I>. P. engineer. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 
Johnson Chas. H. bds 91 E. Main 
Johnson Franklin, (M. Read & Co ) 
Johnson Huldah, widow, h 91 E. Main 
Johnson Isaac, helper^ h 55 Madison 

Johnson J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Johnson John, bar keeper, s w c Main and Harrison 
Johnson Lewis, teamster, h s w c Broadway and Wilt 
Johnson Matilda, widow, h n t? Duck b Calhoun and Clinton 
Johnson Polly, widow, res Wm. Kincade's 
Johnson Wm. carpenter, h e s Clay b Holman and Hough 
Johnson W. J. blacksmith, bds Hedekin House 
Johnson Wm. A. carpenter, h n w c Jefferson and Union 
Johnson Wm. B. carder, bds 9G W. Berry 

Johnston & Russell, (Wm. J., Jr. k Geo. F. R.) dry goods, 70 Calhoun 
Johnston Wm. spinner, wks Summit City Woolen Mills 
Johnston Wm., Jr. (J. & Russell) bds Hamilton House 
Jones Chas. A. (David W. Jones & Son) h 17-1 (Griffith 
Jones David W. (David W. J. k Sou) h w s Bluffton Plank Road near 

Corp. Line 
Jones David W. k Son, (David W. & Chas. A.) printers and binders, s s 

Pearl b Calhoun and Harrison, rear Keystone Block 
Jones Edward, photographer, bds 21 W. Berry 
Jones Evan W. saloon, sec Main and Clinton 
Jones Geo. W. book-keeper, h s e c Nelson and Jones 
Jones H. P. printer, bds 174 Grithth 

Jones John, machinist, h s s Williams b Hoagland and Fairfield Av 
Jones Mary, widow, Ji 51 W. Water 
Jones JSIancy, widow, h 110 W. Water 

Jones Nancy, widow, h s s Lewis one door west of Lafayette 
Jones Resin V. h 50 Lavina 
Jones Mrs. S. A. widow, h 39 Jackson 
Jones Thos. h s s Williams b Hoagland and Fairfield Av 
Jones Thos. laborer, h w s Pine b Locust and Taylor 
Jones Wm. 11. clerk County Clerk's Ofl&ce, bds Hamilton House 
Jones Wm. M. engineer, h 91 Montgomery 
Joslin F. W. clerk 46 Calhoun, bds Hanna House 
Joslin Wm. H. clerk 46 Calhoun, bds H. S. Carey's 
Josse Geo. clerk H. G. Wagner's, w s Calhoun opp Court House 
JOSSE JOHN M., Physician and Surgeon ; Otfice, w s Calhoun, 

over H. G. Wagner's Drug Store ; h s e c Lima Plank Road and 

5th, Bloomingdale 
Jourdain C. J. laborer, h s s Maumee Road b Ohio and Elm 
Judkins James, machinist, bds W. W. Fox's 



FORT WAYNE [KAU] DIRECTORY. Ill 

Julien Mary, waiter, Mayer House 

Junk Joseph, blacksmith, wks John Baker's 

K 

Kaag Jacob, h n w c Wayne and Monroe 

Kaage Fred, clerk 48 Calhoun, bds 233 W. Berry 

Kabisch Fred, res Rudolph Kabisch's 

KABISCH JULIUS, Wine and Beer Saloon, n s Main b Calhoun 

and Harrison 
Kabisch Rudolph, plasterer, h n w c Fairfield Av. and Poplar 
Kahrnicher Gottlieb, laborer, bds 175 Ewing 
Kaiser Anton, tailor, h 238 W. Jeflerson 
Kaiser F. helper, wks J. C. Bowset- & Co's 
Kaiser Frod. tailor, h n s Main b Calhoun and Harrison 
Kaiser Henry, boots and shoes, w s Calhoun b Wayne and Washington, 

h 125 Madison 
Kalbacher Anton, (Whiting & K.) h 174 E. Jefferson 
Kaliher J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Kaliker G. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. i;. Shops 
Kaliker John, helper, h n s Buchanan b Lafayette and Cass, Lasselle's 

Addition 
Kalmeier Ella, waiter. Railroad Eating House 

KAMM J. J., Business Manager Western Inventors' Union, and In- 
surance Agent ; Office, 24 Court, up stairs ; h 84 W. Water 
Kamp Geo. machinist, h n s Locust b Fairfield Av. and Pine 
Kampe C. Adolphus, book-keeper Fred. Eckard & Co's, h w s McClellan 

b Lewis and Douglas Av 
Kampf Wm. baker, h s s High west of Lima Plank Road, Bloomiugdale 
Kane Catherine, servant, 86 W. Main 
Kane James M. (James M. K. & Bro.) h 50 W. Berry 
KANE JAMES M & BRO., (James M. & Patrick H.) Whole- 

sale and Retail Dealers in Notions, Fancy Goods, Toys, Watches, 

Jewelry, Cutlery, &c., 9 Calhoun 
Kane Patrick H. (James M. Kane & Bro.) bds 50 W. Berry 
Kannan John, h n s Williams b Hoaglaud uid Fairfield Av 
Kanne F. & Co. (Fred. K. & Wm. Rupa) stone, n s Columbia b Barr 

and Lafayette 
Kanne Fred. (F. K. & Co.) h 33 Madison 
Kanne Henry, clerk 26 E. Main, bds 33 Madison 
Kanning Frederick, clerk, bds 313 W. Jefferson 
Kanning Sophia, widow, h 97 Madison 
Kappel Henry, laborer, h 180 E. Washington 
Kappel Herman, h 180 E. Washington 
Kappel John, laborer, h 180 E. Washington 
Karns Lewis J. clerk Meyer, Bros. & Co., h 29 E. Main 
Karrigan John, clerk, bds American Hou^e 
Karst Chas. trunk maker, bds JS'atiomil Hotel 
Kartholl Caroline, widow, h 149 E. Jefferson 
Kasen ISIicholas, laborer, h 131 E. Washington 
Kastins: Louisa, servant, 68 W. Main 
KAUFFMAN GEO. A., Dealer in Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, 

Silver and Plated Ware, n w c Calhoun and Berry ; h 257 W. Berry 



J12 FORT WAYNE [KEL] DIRECTORY. 

Kaufman Christ, core maker, h 97 Montgomery 

Kaup J. T. wks Cochran, Humphrey & Go's 

Kay Beuj. machinist, wks T., W. & W. 11. -R. Machine Shop 

Kayser Conrad, (Schroeder & K.) n w c Cass and W. & E. Canal 

Keack Peter, carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Co's 

Keagle Catherine, widow, h 12 W. Jefferson 

Keagle Catherine, servant, sec Fairfield Av. and Henry 

Kearns Eli, h 213 W. Washington 

Kearns John, h 213 W. Washington 

Keck John, h n w c Blufflon Plank Road and T., W. & W. 11. R 

Keckstein Joseph, laborer, wks Martin Schmidt's 

Keefer Christian, carpenter, res Geo. Keefer's 

Kcefer Geo. h s s Wall west of Bluffton Plank Road 

Keefer Rachel, chambermaid, Hedekin House 

Keegan P. H. engineer, h 147 W. Washington 

Keel A. C. at H. V. Sweringen & Co's, h s s Jefferson b Union and 
Eockhill 

Keel A. C. clerk s w c Broadway and Jefferson, h 117 Broadway 

Kegg Emanuel, carpenter, h n s Butler b Webster and Hoagland 

Kcifer Christina, widow, h 166 E. Washington 

Keifer Geo. switchman. P., Ft. W. & C. RTR. Yard 

Keifer Henry, clerk 58 and 60 Jefferson, h 16 E. Washington 

Keifer Sophia, widow, h e s West b Pritchard and P., Ft.^ W. & C. R. R 

Keifharber G. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Keihu Wm. shoe maker, h 215 E. Jefferson 

KEIL & BRO., (l»avid S. & Lewis D.) Dealers in Books, Station- 
ery, Wall and Window Papers, Pictures, Picture Frames, &c., 2 
Phoenis Block, e s Calhoun b Main and Columbia 

Keil David S. (K. & Bro.) h 102 W. Berry 

Keil Fred. W. attorney, office, at Keil & Bro's, bds 102 W. Berry 

Keil Lewis D. (Keil & Bro.) h 102 W. Berry 

Kcill Wm. (McLachlan & K.) h 52 Douglas Av 

Keis T. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Keiser Deitrich, boatman, h 116 Broadway 

Keiser Henry, shoe maker, h 125 Madison 

Keitwiukel Henry, carpenter, h rear 54 W. Wayne 

Kelker A. engineer. P., Ft. W. & C. R- R. Co 

Kelkcr Geo. W. foreman, h 125 Francis 

Kelleuberger Francis, boarding house, e s Barr b Wayne and Washing- 
ton 

Keller Charles, file cutter, h 224 W. Main 

KELLER & CO., (Sebastian K., Michael Mischo & Frank Schilling) 
Steam Lime and Sand Stone Works, n w c Pearl and Griffith 

Keller Eliza, widow, res Louis Keller's 

Keller G. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 

Keller John, fireman, h n s Locust b Fairfield Av. and Pine 

Keller Louis, laborer, has Haana b Montgomery and Hough 

Keller Sebastian, (K. & Co.) h 309 W. Washington 

Keller Toney, engineer, h 188 Griffith 

Kellct Edmund, turner, h s s Bass b Hoagland and Prince 

Kelloii'g John H. engineer, bds Mayer House 

Kelly Christopher, carder, h 45 E. Washington 

Kelly Daniel, laborer, h 204 E. Wayne 

Kelly J. boiler maker, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Boiler Yard 



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Kelly J. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Kelly James, clerk, J. M. Foelliufjer's 

Kelly James J. machiuist, li n s Montcjomery b Barr and Lafayette 

Kelly John, helper, h e s Harrison b Highland and Dawson 

Kelly Michael, brakeman, bds Thos. Lyuch's 

Kelly Michael, clerk Patrick McDonnell's, bds 26 Baker 

Kelly Patrick, laborer, h s s Walnut b Fairfield A v. and Oakley 

Kelly Thos. laborer, res Bloomingdale 

Kelly Timothy, laborer, h u s Brandriff b Webster and Hoagland 

Kelsey Abner A. policeman, h 45 W. Main 

Kelsey J. T. (Holmes, Pfeiffer & Co.) h 149 W. Berry 

Kelsey P. G. physician s w c Calhoun and Berry, h 249 W. Main 

Kelter David, h s s Pritchard opp Van Buren 

Kelter Samuel, engineer, bds David Kelter's 

Kemme J. C. shoemaker, bds Hedekin House 

Kemp 6. machiuist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R Round House 

Kempf Wm. bakery and grocery, e s Lima Plank Road opp High, h s s 

Hi«:h second house west of Lima Plank Road, Bloomingdale 
Kendle J. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 
Keneman Fred, carpenter, h e s H inna b ]jcwis and Montgomery 
Kenlon M. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 
Kennedy Catherine, cook, Aveline House 
Kennedy Mary, waiter, Aveline House 
Kennedy Michael, gardener, h 175 E. Lewis 
Kenney Edward, conductor, h 220 W. Wayne 
Kenning Frederick, clerk, 86 Barr 
Kenning Wm. groceries, 86 Barr 

Kenny M. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Lumber Yard 
Kensey Samuel F. barber shop, 92 Columbia 
Keplinger J. A. engineer, h n s Chicago b Calhoun and Harrison 
Keppler Christian, laborer, h e s Griffith b Jefferson and George 
Keppler Sabiua, widow, h 140 W. Main 
Kerchner Gottlieb, laborer, wks Suterraeister & Becker's 
Kerfman Henry, laborer, bds s w c Calhoun and Baker 
Kerkhoff Caroline, widow, h 123 Broadway 
Kerr Wm. conductor, bds Mrs. N. Y. Tunison's 
KERR WM. J., Attorney at Law and Notary Public, Office n w c 

Main and Calhoun, over Merchants National Bank ; h 148 E. Berry 
Kesen Christian, carpenter, h e s Clay b Washington and Jefferson 
Kesen Nicholas, h 154 E. Washington 

Kessler Fred, butcher, h e s Harrison b Main and Columbia 
Kessler Jacob, (Leutz & K.) h e s Lima Plank Road b 4th and 5th, 

Bloomin2;dale 
KESTEL P., Agent Mtna Sewing Machines, Dealer in and Repairer 

of Musical Instruments ; Fine Machinery made to order, 74 Calhoun 

Ketcher , laborer, bds National Hotel 

Ketcher Paul, shoemaker, h n s Baker b Calhoun and Harrison 

Ketker Frederick, blacksmith, h 186 Ewing 

Kettler Eliza, widow, h 203 E. Jefferson 

Kettler Wm. S. turner, bds 156 Madison 

Keys A. B. brakeman, bds 0. N. Hinkle's 

Keystone Block, s w c Columbia and Calhoun 

Khune Paul, clerk, h n s Jefferson b Ewing and Griffith 

Kickly Joseph, laborer, h s s Williams b Webster and Hoagland 



Jli FORT WAYNE [KLAJ DIRECTORY. 

Kiefiiber Geo. laborer, h n w c Van Bureu and PriLcliard 
Kiefer Henry, clerk, h 16 E. Washinuton 
Kieff D. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. 11. 11. Maeliine Shop 
Kikly Francis, widow, h n s P., Ft W & C. R. 11. b Webster and Fair- 
field Av 
Kile J. fireman, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 
Kile Jacob, foreman, h s s Wall west of Bluffton Plank Road 
Kiley Mary, widow, h s s Colerick b Fairfield Av. and Prince 
Killen Wm. helper, h n s St. Francis near Lafayette 
Killuore John H. fireman, h w s Francis b Montgomery and Hough 
Killgore 0. C. fireman, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 
Kimball Benj. H. carpenter, h n e c West and Railroad 
Kimball Geo. A. brakeman, bds Benj. H. Kimball's 
Kimball J. carpenter, h s s Grand b Webster and Kansas , 
Kimball Laura A. teacher, res Benj H. Kimball's 

Kimball Samuel W. music teacher, h s s Baker b Webster and McClellan 
Kimball Mrs. V. M. widow, h 24-1 W. Berry 
Kimball Wm. P. carpenter, bds Benj. H. Kimball's 
Kinimel Henry, laborer, bds nee Water and Clinton 
Kimmel Michael, laborer, h e s Hanna b Herndon and Jones 
Kincade Francis, carpenter, h n w c Jefferson and Frauci,? 
Kincade Wm. engineer, h n w c Jeffer>on and Francis 
King Carrie, seamstress, res Mrs. Ann Cottrell's 
King Fred, carpenter, wks Cochran, fJamphrey & Go's 
King Geo. machinist, h 68 Montgomery 
King Jacob, blacksmith, h n w c Wayne and Ewing 
King Rachel, widow, h w s Clinton b Main and Berry 
Kingsley Henry, conductor, h s w c Grand and Harri.son 
Kinnaird Robert, machinist, h n w c Henry and Fairfield Av 
Kiunan I. N. physician w s Calhoun opp Court House, h w s Webster b 

Dawson and VYilliams 
Kinnee John E. shoemaker, bds 86 E. Main 

Kintner Daniel B. clerk Ewing Estate, 91 W. Main, bds Mayer House 
Kintz Alex, bricklayer, h s s Douglas west of Cass, Bloomiugdale 
Kintz Chas. bricklaver, bds Alex. Kintz's, Bloomiuudalc 
Kintz James, (Holmes, Pfeiffer & Co.; bds 22 W. Wayne 
Kintz John, blacksmith, h e s Hanna b Jones and Grant 
Kirby John, h 34 Wilt 

Kirchner Edward, clerk 58 Columbia, bds n w c Jefferson and Harrison 
Kirkham Edward, fireman, h 136 Jaek.^on 
Kirsch Anton, drayman, h 133 E. Lewis 

Kirspie Chas. machinist, wks T., W. k W. R. R. Machine Shop 
Kiser Byron, clerk Peter Kiser's, bds 70 W. Wayne 
Kiser E. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 
Kiser Ellis W. clerk Post Office, bds 70 W. Wayne 
Ki.ser Jacob, tailor, bds Chas. Schoenlein's 
Kiser Peter, dry goods e s Calhoun b Main and Columbia, li 70 W. 

Wayne 
KISNER THOS. J., Physician and Surgeon, Office, Swinney's 

Block, n s Main b Calhoun and Clinton; bds Mayer House 
Kitchell S. B. law student with Worden & Morris bds Union House 
KLAEHN JOHN J., Manufacturer and Dealer in Cabinet Furni- 
ture, Upholstery, Mattresses, &c., 41 W. Main ; h s s Pcurl b Harri- 
son and Maiden Lane 



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Kittler W. S. turner, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Klatt Jacob, laborer, h 266 W. Jefferson 

Kleber Barbara, widow, h n e c Hanna and Grant 

Klee John, painter, h 166 E. Washington 

Klein Jennie, waiter, Mayer House 

Kleiner John, painter, h e s Griffith b Jefferson and George 

Kleinsorge Herman, watchman, h n s High west of Lima Plank Road, 
Bloomingdale 

Klett Jacob, lumber inspector, wks Clark and Ehinesmith's 

Kley Frederick, cooper, west end of Main 

Klienmuller Henry, watchman, h 55 Madison 

Kline Fred, groceries, n w c Calhoun and Douglas Av 

Kline Jacob, groceries 80 Columbia, h 126 E. Berry 

Kline Peter, clerk 80 Columbia, bds 126 E. Berry 

Kline Peter, shoemaker, h 15 E. Washinirton 

Klinemiller H. watchman, P., Ft. W & C. R. R. Shops 

Klingenberger C. teamster, h s w c Lewis and Monroe 

Klingenberger John, laborer, h n s Charles b Clay and Monroe 

Klinger Henry, butcher, h 97 W. Jefferson 

Klinger Isaac, hostler, h s e c Lewis and Harrison 

Klingmann John, laborer, h e s Lafayette b Buchanan and Lasselie 

Klinke Conrad, laborer, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Kliukenberger J. laborer, wks P , Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Klix Hugh, grocery, s s Main b liroadway and Vau Buren 

Klopper Henry, laborer, wks Trier & Tagmeyer's 

Klotz Daniel, clerk, 101 Columbia "" 

Klug Geo. carpenter, bds John Andre's 

Klug Gregor, shoemaker, bds 79 W. Washington 

Klug Martin, carpenter, h 233 E. Wayne 

Knapp Abba, teacher, res Dr. Isaac Knapp's 

KNAPP I., M. D., D. D. S., Resident Dentist, Office, Keystone 
Block, s w c Calhoun and Columbia; h e s Fairfield Av. south of 
South Corporation Line 

Knapp Wm. B. res Dr. 1 Knapp's 

Knappenberger & Edsall, (John K. & C. W. E.) commission merchants, 
cor Canal and W^ater 

Knappenberger John, (K. & Edsall) bds Aveline House 

Knecht Chas. tinner -49 Columbia, res Bloomingdale 

Knecht Dominick, cabinet maker, h 165 Holmau 

Knecht Frank, laborer, h s s High west of Lima Plank Road, Blooming- 
dale 

Knigh Caroline, waiter, Aveline House 

Kniglit John, bds Christine Gebel's 

Knight John, clerk, IS W. Berry 

Knightheffer W. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Knoden Geo. W^ varnisher, wks A. J. Emrick's 

Knoderer Geo. painter, bds 146 Broadway 

Knothe Julius, (K. k Mettler) h 51 E. Jefferson 

Knothe & Mettler, (Julius K. & Peter M.) blinds and cigar boxes, s w c 
W^ater and Lafayette 

Knowlton Geo. W. (Root & Co.) res New York 

Knox John J. h 122 W. W^ayne 

Koch Anthony, laborer, h 32 W. Lewis 

I Koch Anton, b 29 W. Lewis 



116 FORT WAYNE [KRA] DIRECTORY. 

Koch Christian, h 45 W. Jefferson 

Koch Christ, h n w c Webster and Brackenridge 

Koch Fred, shoemaker, bds 29 W. Lewis 

KOCH JOHN M., Proprietor Washington Hall, s w c Calhoun and 

Jefferson 
Koch John W. tailor, h 12.3 Lafayette 
Kochel Eichard, engineer, wks Blooniingdale Flour Mills 
Kochs Frank, machinist, h s s High west of Lima Plank Road, Bloom- 

ingdale 
Kochmeier Henry, laborer, wks 0. D. Hurd's 
Kockmeyer Barney, carpenter, h 1^.3 Lafayette 
Koeble John G. saloon, w s Broadway b Pritchard and Railroad 
KOEGEL CHRISTIAN, Carpenter and Builder, n ec Broadway 

and Lavina 
Koehnlein Michael, helper, h 175 W. Jefferson 
KOENIG REV. E., Pastor St. Pauls Catholic Church ; h n e c 

Washington and Griffith 
Koenig Fred. C. carpenter, bds 156 Harrison 
Koenig Rachel, widow, h w s Clinton b Berry and Main 
Koester Christian, (Paul & K.) h s e c Harrison and Jefferson 
Koester J. H. groceries, w s Calhoun b Jefferson and Lewis 
Koester John G. shoemaker, h w s Calhoun b Jefferson and Lewis 
Kohlbacher Adam, laborer, h e s Lafayette b Virginia and Wallace 
Kohler Daniel, engineer, h 23 Monroe 

Kohlman Conrad, laborer, h w s Marion b High and Bowser, Blooming- 
dale 
Kohlman Jacob, watchman, h 145 E. Jefferson 
Kohlman John, laborer, h n s Montgomery b Barr and Lafayette 
Kohnlein Adam, butcher, h 21 W. JBerry 

Kohrmann Barney, drayman, h e s Clay b Washington and Jefferson 
Kolb Geo. A. laborer, h 19S W. Wayne 
Kolb John A. chair maker, bds 11 Montgomery 
Komp Daniel, carpenter, h n w c Butler and Hoagland 
Kook A. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Koons A. engineer. P., Ft. W. & C R. R. Co 
Koop John, h e s Webster b Washington and Jefferson 
Kopp Michael, molder, h s e c Walnut and Maumee Road 
Koru John, shoemaker, h s w c Van Buren and Jefferson 
Korte Fred, carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Co's 
Kortrey Mrs. K. widow, h s w c Barr and Berry 
Kostareuske A. peddler, h 124 Harrison 
Koster Christian, lime dealer, h 169 Harrison 
Kover 0. J. painter, h n s Wayne b Clinton and Barr 
Kover Obediah J. (Anderson & K.) 
Krack A. teamster, h n e c Lewis and Division 
Krack Benedict, laborer, wks J. & K. Baker's 
Kruff C. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Boiler Yard 
Kraft Fred, watchman, h n s Lewis b Division and Walnut 
Kraft Frederick, carpenter, h e s Lafayette b Virginia and Wallace 
Kramer Bernard, cutter 25 E. Main, h 47 Madison 
Kramer C. clerk 90 Columbia, bds 126 Madison 
Kramer John, slater, h s s Wallace b Lafayette and Barr 
Kramer Matthias, slater, h s s Lasselle b Lafayette and Cass, Lasselle's 
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Kramer Martin, laborer, h n e c Lafayette and Lewis 

Kramer Wm. molder, li 147 Madison 

Kramer Wm. laborer, h. 147 Hanna 

Kratzingcr Christ, glue maker, h w a Lima Plank Koad 

Kratzseh Herman, groceries, 84 Calhoun 

Kready John, bar keeper, St. Nicholas Restaurant 

Kreft Conrad, helper, h 59 Douglas Av 

Kress I. laborer, h e s Pine b Locust and Taylor 

Kress Michael, laborer, h e s Pine b Locust and Taylor 

Kretner Caroline, widow, h w s Hood b Pritchard and Railroad 

Kretner Joseph, wood turner n s Canal b Clinton and Barr, h 135 Madison 

Krider C. P. laborer, wks N. Gr. Olds & Son's 

Krider D. blacksmith, wks P , Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Kriedler Christ, polisher, bds Harrison DeHaven's 

Krieg Geo. polisher, wks Sutermeister & Becker's 

Krimmel Christian, carpenter, h n s Jefferson b College and Nelson 

Krone Elizabeth, widow, h n of Douglas Av. west of Lima Plank Road, 

Bloomingdale 
Kroner Frank, printer, bds Mrs. Mary Treep's 
Kronmiller Geo. laborer, h s w c Taylor and Oakley 
Kronmiller John P. bar keeper, s w c Calhoun and Jefferson 
Kronmiller Leonard, cooper, h w s North Cass b 4th and 5th, Blooming- 
dale 
Kronmiller Wm. engineer, wks Schroeder & Kayser's 
Krontz Joseph, bds 257 W. Wayne 

Krouse James, laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Freight Depot 
Krudop John B. (K., Moollering & Bro.) h s s Jefferson b Calhoun and 
Harrison 

KRUDOP, MOELLERING & BRO., (John B. K., Wm M. 

& Chas. M.) Contractors and Builders, Dealers in Stone, Lime, Ce- 
ment, Plaster, &c., n s Columbia b Barr and Lafayette 

Krull Rudolph, carpenter, h s w c Washington and Francis 

Kruse E. carpenter, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Car Shop 

Kruse Ernst H. laborer, h 211 Madison 

Kruse Fred, laborer, h 88 Madison 

Kruse Henry, laborer, h 87 Montgomery 

Kruse John F. h n s Wall west of Bluffton Plank Road 

Kruse Wm. (Henry Thiele & Co.) res Henry Wattematch's 

Kruser H. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 

Kuehu Wm. shoemaker, h 250 E. Jefferson 

Kuentzel F. machinist, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Kuhl John, brewer, bds 87 Harrison 

Kuhlman Conrad, cupalo tender, wks J. C. Bowser & Co's- 

Kuhlman Jacob, watchman, wks J. C. Bowser & Co's 

Kuhne F. W. deputy County Auditor, h n s Jefferson b Ewing and 
Griffith 

Kulp John A. chair maker, bds 11 Montgomery 

Kummer Albert, polisher, wks Sutermeister & Becker's 

Kunkel E. B. machinist, h 128 E. Wayne 

Kuntz Fred, shoemaker, res Geo. Nill's, Bloomingdale 

Kuntz Jacob, machinist, h 254 W. Jefferson 

Kurban Michael, laborer, h e s AVest b Pritchard and P., Ft. W. & C. 
R.R 

Kuttner Joseph, carpenter, h 235 E. Jefferson 



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Kutzsche Marjiaret, widow, h s s Melita b Webster and Hoaiilaud 
KYLE A. p. & CO., Pump Manufacturers and Repairers, 16-i 

Broadway, near P., Ft. W. & C. R. R 
Kyle Abram P. (A. P. K. & Co.) h IGG Broadway 



Laap Henry, baker, bds sec (/alhoun and Washiogtoa 
Ladd Warren, clerk G-ih Calhouu, h ll^D \V. Wayne 
Lafrcuz Henry, drayman, h 278 W. Jefferson 
Lagemau Rudolph, laborer, h 207 Lafayette 
Lahmeyer Daniel, carpenter, b 252 W. Jefferson 
Laible Christian, laborer, h n s Henry b Hoagland and Fairfield Av 
Lamb Chas. bds 123 E. Washington 
Lamb David, h s e c Fairfield Av. and Butler 
Lamb David, machinist, wks T., W, & W. R. R. Machine Shop 
Lamar John, fireman, h s w c Wilt and Jackson 
Lamey Wm. laborer, bds W. W. Fox's 

Lamier Daniel, carpenter, wks T., W. & W. R.. R. Car Shop 
Lamley Moses, (L. & Rosenthal) h s s Wayne near Broadway 
Lamley & Rosenthal, (Moses L. & Max l.l.) cigars and tobacco, G Key- 
stone Block 
Lammia John, pottery, n 9 Huntington Road west of Bridge 
Lampke Henry, h 19 W. Washington 
Lampman David, h n s Holmau b Lafayette and Clay 
Lanc;tter J. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 
Landes Jacob, carpenter, h e s Clinton b Main and Berry 
Landymann Fred, laborer, h w s N. Cass b 1st and River, Blooraingdale 
Landi^manu Henry, laborer, h w s N. Cass b 1st and River, Bloomingdale 
Lang A. J. clerk 105 and 107 Columbia, bds Mayei House 
Lang C. barber shop, e s Calhoun b Main and Columbia, h Bloomingdale 
Lang Edward, foreman job room Ft. Wayne Democrat Office, bds s w c 

J^lcCiellan and Lewis 
Lang 'J 60. barber, h e s Lima Plank Road b River and 1st, Blooming- 
dale 
Lang ilenry, batcher, bds Fred. Eckard's 

Lau;. iienry, clerk H. G. Wagner's, Calhoun opp. Court House 
Lan;- Joseph, carpenter, h s s Jefferson b Francis and Harmcr 
Lane' I.ronard, engineer, hn e c Bass and Prince 
Lang Peter, laborer, h 129 Jackson 
Langc tl. car inspector, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 
Lange J . carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 
Lange Prof. Rudolph, at Concordia College 

Lano'ohr John, teamster, h w s Lima Plank Road, Bloomingdale 
Lanigaii Patrick, laborer, h s e c Broadway and P., Ft. VV. & C. R. E. 
Lankenau Frank, carpenter, h 80 W. Jefferson 
Lankenau Henry J. printer, h 82 W. Jefferson 
Lapp Henry, baker, wks Ed. F. Glaser's 

Lapp K< iiry, laborer, h n s Douglas w of Lima Pland Road, Bloomingdale 
LARGE REV. JOSEPH S., Rector Trinity Episcopal Church, h 

164 W. Wayne 
Larrabei Mary, widow, res Thomas Larrabee's 



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Larrabee Thomas, fireman, h n w c Calhoun and Highland 

LaRue Victoria, widow, h 200 E. Wayne 

Larwill John S. at Ft. Wayne Agricultural Shops, bds Hamilton House 

Lau Susan, (Miss M. Shilling & Co.) h s w c Calhoun and Washington 

Lau Thomas, carpenter, h s w c Calhoun and Washington 

Laubscher Ludwig, draughtsman, wks Sutermeister & Becker's 

Lauer Benedict, (Scheie & L.) h 15 E. Wayne 

Lauer Conrad, laborer, h s e c Maumee Road acd Llm 

Lauer Fred, laborer, h n w c Madison and Francis 

Lauer Henry, brick layer, h s s jS irdlinger w of Bluffton Plank Jload 

Lauer John, watchman, h n s Taylor w of Pine 

Lauer Paul, groceries, s w c Barr and Jefferson 

Lauer Peter, laborer, h 297 E. Washington 

LAUFERTY & BRO., (Isaac & Max J.) Dealers in Dry Goods, 

Clothing, Trunks, Yankee Notions, &c., sec Columbia and Calhoun 
Lauferty Isaac, (L. & Bro.) h 75 W. Berry 
Lauferty Max J. (L. & Bro.) h 95 W. Main 
Laughliu Chas. machinist, bds 49 E. Lewis 
Laughlin L. C. machinist, h 197 E. Lewis 
Laughlin Wm. brakeman, h 190 E. Wayne 
Laurent Anthony, (John Laurent & Son) h 38 Columbia 
Laurent John, (John L. & Son) h 38 Columbia 
Laurent John & Son, (John & Anthony) liquors and mineral water, 38 

Columbia 
Lavenway Frank, painter, h s w c Lafayette and Columbia 
Lawrence Asa, clerk U. S. Express Co., h s s Baker b Webster and Mc- 

Clellan 
Lawrence E. E. conductor, b 35 Douglas Av 

Lawson J. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. \V. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Lawton Geo. D. bds 99 W. Water 
Layman Jacob, laborer, h n e c Webster and Williams 
Laynge F. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Lumber Yard 
Leach Edward, carpenter, h 24 AV. Jefferson 

Leacb John W. carpenter, h n s Poplar b Fairfield Av. and Oakley 
Leach W. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 
Leach Wni. machinist, wks Murray & Baker's 
Leaman J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. BlacKsmith Shop 
Lee Henry W. checkman, h s w c Holman and Clinton 
Lee W. H. checkman. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Freight Depot, h s w c 

Holman and Clinton 
Leeser Chas. (L & Etzold) h n s Wall w of Bluffton Plank Road 
Leeser & Etzold, (Chas. L. & Henry E.) boots and shoes, 74 Columbia 
Leeser Frank, h n s Wall w of Bluffton Plank Road 
Leeson John, machinist, bds 96 E. Wayne 
Leeson Thomas, engineer, bds Main St. Exchange 
Leffer Henry, h 66 W. Jefferson 
Leffer John, carpenter, h 58 W. Washington 
Legras John, h 65 E. Wayne 

LeO-ras Joseph, fireman, h s w c Columbia and Lafayette 
Lehman Chas. lumber, n s Berry east of Clay, h 129 E. Washington 
Lehman John Z. painter, li 220 E. Washington 
Lehman S. H. tinner, n s Lewis b Calhoun and Harrison 
Lehmkuhle Fred. Doliceman, h 12 W. Washington 
Lehmkuhler Casper, stone mason, h e s Barr b Lewis and Montgomery 



120 FORT WAYNE [LIE] DIRECTORY. 

Lehnecke Fred, machinist, h n s P., Ft. W. & C. li. R. b Fairfield Av. 
and "Webster 

Lehnert Henry, laborer, h 146 Jackson 

Lelir Geo. P. laborer, h 145 E. Lewis 

Lehr Justice, brick layer, h w s Webster b Berry and Wayne 

Lcib Henry, plasterer, li 77 Madison 

Leibmann Rhinehold, shoe maker, bds 84 E. Wayne 

Leichuer Conrad, bar keeper, 120 Columbia 

LEICHNER JOHN, Columbia Eestauraut and Saloon, 120 Co- 
lumbia 

Leifelda Jacob, painter, bds John HofFet's 

LEIFELS J. J., Leader of Leifel's Brass and String Bands ; Head- 
quarters at National Hotel, nee Barr and Holman 

LEIFELS J. J., Proprietor National Hotel, nee Barr and Holman 

Leikauf Nicholas, laborer, h 23 Hood 

Leiniuger Jacob, laborer, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Leiniuger Peter, laborer, h e s Gay near south Corp. Line 

Leinker Anna, widow, res Bloomingdale 

Leinker Henry, carpenter, h s w c Bowser and Marion, Bloomingdale 

Lenacher John, brakeman, h n s Holman b Barr and Lafayette 

Lendgraf John, laborer, h s s Wallace b Lafayette and Barr 

Leneke Fred, machinist, wks T., W. & W. R. K. Machine Shop 

Lenhardt H. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 

Lenker Henry, cabinet maker, wks 50 E. Main 

Lenker Valentine, laborer wks Bloomingdale Brewery 

Lennen Anna, widow, h 97 W. Washington 

Lenz Joseph, laborer, h e s Hanna south of Grant 

Leonard John, carpenter, h 88 Madison 

Leonard P. M. homoeopathic physician, w s Calhoun b Main and Colum- 
bia, h 200 W. Washington 

Leonard Wm. gunsmith, rear 54 Barr 

Leple Gottleib, laborer, h s s Durye b Hoagland and Fairfiild Av 

Lepley C. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. K. Shops 

Lepper Henry, cabinet maker, h 240 E. Jeiferson 

Leser Henry, teacher, h 196 Barr 

Leutz Fred. (L.& Kessler) h e s Lima Plank Road b 4th and 5th, Bloom- 
inscdale 

LEUTZ & KESSLER, (Fred. L. & Jacob K.) Importers, Whole- 
sale and Retail Dealers in Rhine Wine, w, s Calhoun b Main and 
Berry, opp Court House 

Levaiu Louis, blacksmith, bds nee Water and Clinton 

Levi August, peddler, h 67 W. Main 

Lew J. foreman. P., Ft. AV. & C. R. R. Lumber Yard 

LEWIS B. A., Proprietor Ft. Wayne Dye Works, 55 W. Water 

Lewis Clark A. printer, h 57 W. Water 

Lewis David, drayman, h 220 W. Main 

Lewis E. physician, bds Main St, Exchange 

Lewis Henry, laborer, h w s Lafayette b St. Francis and Creighton 

Lewis Lydia, milliner, bds 220 W. Main 

Licof John, butcher, h w s Barr b Berry and Wayne 

Lidey Andrew, h s e c Herndon and John 

Lieber Margaret, widow, h 109 Lafayette 

Liebmann Ernst, carpenter, bds 156 Harrison 

Lieken Geo. laborer, n s w c Barr and Jefferson 



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Liirget James, carriage maker, bds Maia St. Exchano-e 
Ligget E. A. (A. D.'ileid & Co.) bds Maia St. Exchanrre 
LILLIE & BROTHER, (John & James) Wholesale and Retail 
Dealers ia Lime, Cement, Plaster, Lath, Coal, &c , OflGice, n w c Cal- 
houn ;ind W. & E. Canal 
Lillie James, (L. & Bro.) res Huntington 

Lillie John, (L. & Bro.) h 293 W. Washington 

Lillie John, Jr. book-keeper Lillie & Bro.'s, bds Phillips House 

LILLIE SAMUEL, JR., Manufacturer of Brick Machines, s s 
Maumee, east of Corporation Line 

Lillie Saml., Sr. manufacturer of drain tile, s s Maumee Eoad c of Corp. 
Line 

Limbert Casper, blacksmith, s s Maumee Road c of Corp. Line 

Limecooly Wm. A. molder, h 240 E Lewis 

Linch J. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Lumber Yard 

Lincoln C. helper, wks P., Ft. W. C. R. R. Machine Shop 

Lincoln Chas. h n s Holman b Lafayette and Clay 

Lindeman Henry, porter Knappeuberger & Bdsall's, bds 23 E. Main 

Lindeman J. H. carpenter, h 108 Wilt 

Lindeman Louis, h 108 Wilt 

Lindeman Wm. city marshal, h s s Washington b Webster and Ewing 

Lindemann Daniel, teacher, bds 23-4 W. Washington 

Lindenberger Christ, machinist, wks J. C. Bowser & Co.'s 

Linderman H. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 

Linderman Wm. city marshal, office at Mayor's Office 

Lindlag Jacob, teamster, h s e c Washington and Ewing 

Lindlag W^m. h s e c Washington and Ewing 

Lindley Nelson D. machinist, h n s Holman b Lafayette and Clay 

Lindman Joseph, book-keeper Frank & Thanhouser's, bds 47 W. Berry 

Ling Geo. fireman, h 157 Madison 

Ling Geo. W. fireman, h n s Chicago b Harrison and Webster 

Lingenfelser Emil, trunk maker, bds 51 E. Main 

Lingenfelser Henry, trunk maker, h 51 E. Main 

LINGENFELSER JOHN, Manufacturer and Wholesale and 
Retail Dealer in Trunks, Valises, &c., 51 E. Main 

Link Geo. carpenter, h 234 E. Jefl'erson 

Linker H. E. (Fred. Eckard & Co.) bds Fred. Eckard's 

Linscot Julia, servant, 62 W. Main 

Lintz John A. laborer, bds 146 E. Wayne 

Lintze E. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C R. R. Lumber Yard 

Lipes Chas. T. clerk County Auditor's Office, bds 262 W. Jefl'erson 

LIFES H. H., President and Proprietor American Business College, 
sec Court and Main, Burgess Block ; bds 166 Barr, cor Washing- 
ton 

Little Alfred, painter, h 160 Madison 

Little Geo. G. helper, h n s Wallace b Clay and Monroe 

Little Geo. L. h 145 W. Water 

Little Rev. Geo. 0. h 87 W. Berry 

Livingston J. H. bds Rockhill House 

Lloyd Harry, spinner, wks Summit City Woolen Mills 

Lloyd Martha, widow, res David Lampman's 

Lloyd Mrs. R. widow, h 175 E. Jefl'erson 

Loag Geo. W. (Snider & L.) bds 79 E. Main 

Locklin S. W. millwright, h s s Lewis b Lafayette and Clay 



122 FORT WATNE [LUM] DIRECTORY. 

Loder John B. luolder, h s s Montgomery b Hanna and Francis 

Logan Jane, widow, res Lot Logan's 

Logan JiOt, brakeman, h s s Durje b Hoagland and Fairfield Av 

Logan Wm. L. blacksmith, h 59 Douglas Av 

Logg Wm. carpenter, h w s Fairfield Av. b Poplar and Henry 

Lohmau Wm. tailor, res Bloomingdale 

Jjohmeier Henry, drayman, h s e c Montgomery and Monroe 

Lohmcier John, carpenter, h s s Lewis b Harrison and Webster 

Lomas Chas. molder, wks Bass-& Hanna's 

Lomont Adolphus, molder, h e s Madison b High and Bowser, Bloom- 
ingdale 

Lonergau John V. machinist, h e s Gay b Jones and Grant 

Lonergan Margaret J. widow, h 158 Madison 

Long Freeman, bds Hedekia House 

Long Geo. driver, bds Chas. P. Fletcher's 

Long Hattie J. widow, h n c c Lafayette and Wallace 

Long John, clerk 48 Calhoun, h 203 E. Washington 

Long John C. W. brakeman, h n s Williams b Calhoun and Harrison 

Long Martin, butcher, bds Fred. Eckert's 

Long Mason, bds 85 Barr 

Long P. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. K. R. Shops 

Longhenry Ernst, file grinder, h 81 E. Wayne 

Loop James, laborer, h s s Wallace b Lafayette and Barr 

Loos Henry, laborer, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Loose L. H. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Car Shop 

Lordier August, laborer, h s s Lasselle b Hanna and Cass, Lasselle's 
Addition 

Lordier Philip, shoemaker, h s s Baker b Harrison and Webster 

Lordier Philip, shoemaker, h s s Baker b Calhoun and Harrison 

Lorget L. laborer, wks N. G. Olds and Son's 

Lorier L. box maker, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Lorier Martin, laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Lotz Louis, clerk Meyer Bros. & Co., bds American House 

Loubseher Louis, architect, bds Hedekin House 

Louse L. H. carpenter, h s s Douglas Av. b Harrison and Webster 

Lowe James, hostler, wks J. F. Moore's 

Lower Henry, laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Lowery Milton, fireman, bds Clark Snider's 

Lowrie Mrs. H. W. h 106 W. Wayne 

Lowrie Harvey C. h 106 W. Wayne 

Lowry Robert, Judge of Circuit Court 10th Judicial Circuit, ofiice s w c 
Calhoun and Pearl, h 28 Doaglas Av 

Loyer Stephen, laborer, h s e c Lasselle and Cass, Lasselle's Addition 

Lubkina; Chas. constable, h 33 W. Jefi"erson 

LUERS RT. REV. JOHN H., Bishop of Fort Wayne, Resi- 
dence w s Clinton b Jetierson and Lewis 

Luethy Andrew, laborer, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Luhmann AVm. tailor, h s s High west of Lima Plank Road, Bloomingdale 

liukeu Herman, laborer, h 229 E. Jefferson 

Luley F. J. pattern maker, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Luley Frank, core maker, h s e c Hanna and Jones 

Luley Jacob, pattern maker, h u e c Hanna and Jones 

LUMBAR D LUCIAN, Agent Giover & Baker Sewing Machine 
Co., 21 Clinton ; bds 79 W. Main 



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Luley Philip, molder, h e s Hanna b Jones and Grant 

LUMBARD S., General Fire and Life Insurance A^ent, Office 11 

w s Clinton b Main and Columbia; h 79 W. Main ° 
Lundy John, laborer, h s s Wallace b Barr and Lafayette 
Luther Joseph, brakeman, bds nee Chicago and Harrison 
Luxenberger Philip, laborer, h n w c Pine and Taylor 
Lyckoff N. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 
Lyies John Q. blacksmith, h 251 E. Jefferson 

Lyman Chas. H. brakeman, h w s Fairfield Av. b Taylor and Walnut 
Lynch John, h 104 Madison 

Lynch John, helper, h e s Hoagland b Grand and Melita 
Lynch John, helper, h w s Lafayette b Wallace and Hamilton 
Lynch Matthias, laborer, h s s Bass b Hoagland and Prince 
Lynch Thos. h w s Kansas b Grand and Melita 

Lynn , laborer, 23 E. Main 

Lynn Lewis, watchman, h 197 W. Washington 

Lytic Frank W. student, h 146 W. Berry 

Lytle Wm. book-keeper Ewing Estate 91 Main, h 146 W. Berry 

Mc 

McArthur Archibald, laborer, li 63 E. Water 

McBennett Francis, carpenter, bds Geo. Myer's 

McBradnev Hugh, laborer, h n s Main b Van Buren and Jackson 

McCaffrey'T. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. B. R. Boiler Yard 

McCann John, watchman, h s s Grand b Webster and Kansas 

McCardle D. S. carpenter, h 228 E. Lewis 

McCarthy D. fireman, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 

McCarthy Patrick, laborer, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

McCarthy Timothy, (Fluno & McC.) bds Mayer House 

McCartney JOHN, sheriff Allen county, Office in Court 

House ; Residence at Jail, north end of Calhoun street 
McCarty Dennis, fireman, h s s Wallace b Lafayette and Clay 
McCarty Patrick, laborer, h s w c Colerick and Hoagland 
McClellan Quin, brakeman, h n s Holman b Barr and Lafayette 
McClure David B. millwright, h 215^ W. Jefferson 
McClure J. W. fireman. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 
McCord Geo. S. carpenter, h 46 Bluffton Plank Road 
M( Cormack J. fireman, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 
McCormick Edward P. student with Dr. G. W. Bowen, bds 49 Barr 
McCulloch Chas. (Allen Hamilton & Co.) h west end of Water 
McCulloch Fred. H. (McC. & Richey) h west end of Water 
McCulloch Hugh, (Allen Hamilton & Co.) h west end of Water 
Mcculloch & richey, (Fred. H.McC.& Amos R.) Dealers 

in Hardware, Tinners' Stock, Agricultural Implements, Mechanics' 

Tools, Stoves, &c., Manufacturers of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron 

Ware, 87 Columbia 
McCullough Benj. W. bds 9 E. Wayne 
McCullough James, bds n w c Harrison and Douglas Av 
McCULLOUGH T. P., Physician and Surgeon, Office 3 w c Main 

and Calhoun, up stairs ; h n w c Harrison and Douglas Av 
McCurdy A. R. clerk 103 Columbia, h 85 W. Jefferson 
McDermott J. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. AV. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 



124 FORT WAYNE [McK] DIRECTORY. 

MeDermott J. brass finisher, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 
McDermott James, molder, h e s Calhoun b Wallace and Hamilton 
McDerniott Joseph J. blacksmith, h s s Charles b Lafayette and Clay 
McDole J. ena;ineer, h 79 Montgomery 

McDonald E. H. (Geo. Esmond & Co.) bds 262 W. Jeflferson 
McDonald J. B. bricklayer, h 173 Holman 
McDonald James, laborer, wks Bass & Hanna's 
McDonald R. T. clerk 73 Columbia, bds 173 Holman 
McDonnell Patrick, Dealer in Family Groceries, Provis- 
ions, Wines, Liquors, &c., w s Calhoun b Railroad and Baker ; h 26 

Baker 
McDorman Mary J. widow, h w s Harrison opp Columbia 
McDOUGAL & CO., (John McD. & Thos. B. Shoaff) Importers 

and Dealers in Carpets, Oil Cloths, Window Shades, Curtain Goods, 

&c , 85 Columbia 
McDougal John, (McD. & Co.) h n s Wayne b Webster and Ewing 
McElfatriek Edward, grain cradle maker, h 103 W. Main 
McElfatrick Mollie, widow, h n s Baker b Calhoun and Harrison 
McELFATRICK WM. D., h 78 Montgomery 
McFarquhar John, machinist, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Machine Shop 
McFarreu Matthew, sawyer, wks Schroeder & Kayser's 
McFee Wm. (Cochran, Humphrey & Co.) h n w c Jefferson and Nelson 
McGee Patrick, h 35 W. Main 
McGill Hugh, engineer, Murray & Baker's 
McGoldrick John, molder, bds National Hotel 
McGowan Ed. wks Murray & Baker's 

McGowan Hugh, boiler maker, h w s Lafayette b Wallace and Hamilton 
McGowan John, foreman, Murray & Baker's 
McGowan John, boiler maker, res Hugh McGowan, s 
McGrady Edward, shoemaker, bds nee Clinton and Water 
McGrath F. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 
McGrath Thos. engineer, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Co's 
McGraw Thos. fireman, h n s Baker b Calhoun and Harrison 
McGraw Thos. laborer, bus liass b Hoagland and Prince 
McGuire Michael, molder, bds National Hotel 

McGuire Owen, telegraph repairer, h n s Baker b Calhoun and Harrison 
Mclnnerney Thos. laborer, h n w e McClellan and Baker 
Mcintosh Ben. laborer, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Co's 
Mcintosh Mary A. widow, h 124 Barr 
McKay Neil, contractor, h s e c Fairfield Av. and Henry 
McKean Wm. T. machinist, h 184 B. Jefi"erson 
McKee John H. clerk, nee Calhoun and Railroad 
McKendry Daniel, rodman City Engineer's Office, h s w c Melita and 

arrison ^ 

McKendry Thos. hostler, bds Jackson Swain's 

McKenzie Geo. machinist, h s s Butler b Fairfield Av. and Hoagland 
McKenzie Wm. F. helper, bds s s Lasselle b Hanna and Cass, Lasselle's 

Addition 
McKeon James, h s s Brandriff b Webster and Hoagland 
McKinley Perry, teamster, h n e c Lima Plank Road and 1st, Bloom- 

ingdalc 
McKinney Mortimer, fireman, bds Clark Snider's 
McKINNIE HENRY, Proprietor Railroad Eating House, on P., 

Ft. W. & C. R. R. Track b Calhoun and Clinton 



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McKinzie W. F. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmitli Shop 
McKnight James, blacksmith, h s s Lasselle b Lafayette aud Cass, Las- 

sclle's Addition 
McLachlan James C. boiler maker, h n s Holman b Calhoun and Clinton 
McLACHLAN & KEILL, (Neil McL. & Wm. K.) Proprietors 

Fort Wayne Steam Boiler Works, n w c Harrison and P., Ft. W. & 

C. R. R. Track 
McLachlan Neil, (McL. & Keill) h s e c Harrison and Brackenridge 
McLachlan Neil, Jr. machinist, wks J. C. Bowser & Uo.'s 
McLachlan Wm. pattern maker, bds sec Harrison and Brackenridge 
McLain Clara, res Dr. Evan Snider's 
McLain Geo. H. dentist, at 98 Columbia 
McLain Robt. driver, U. S. Express Co 
McLaue Patrick, ice dealer, h 228 E. Jefferson 
McLane Robert, driver, bds 228 E. Jefferson 
McLarn Anna, widow, h 105 Jackson 

McLaughlin Danl. laborer, h s s Lewis b Harrison and Webster 
McLean Chas. dyer, h w s Webster b Berry and Wayne 
McMahan Ellen, widow, h s s Virginia b Lafayette and Clay 
McMahan Robert, laborer, h s s Virginia b Lafayette and Clay 
McMahan Wm. laborer, h n s Holman b Barr and Lafayette 
McMann Sylvester, brakemau, h 183 Layfayettc 
McMillan Wm. brass finisher, wks 48 E. Main 
McMillen John, boiler maker, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Boiler Shop 
McMillen John, machinist, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Round House 
McMullen J. boiler maker, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Boiler Yard 
McMuUen John, h s s Williams b Webster and Hoagland 
MtMuUen John, carpenter, bds Geo. Myers' 
McMullen Mrs. R proprietor Hanna House, 166 Barr 
McMullen Wm. H. artist, bds Hanna House 
McNair Chas. carpenter, h n e c Fairfield Av. and Henry 
McNaraara Daniel, molder, h n e c Lafayette and Wallace 
McNAMARA JOHN W., Dealer in Lightning Rods and Patent 

Rights ; bds Phillips House 
McNamara Michael, res Daniel McNamara's 
McNamara Susanna, widow, h s s Wallace b Lafayette and Barr 
McNamara Thomas, laborer, h 70 Madison 
McNamara Wm. laborer, wks N, G. Olds & Son's 
McNeely Martha, h n s Lewis b Francis and Harmer 
McNiece Robt. G. principal High School, bds Rockhill House 
McNoll Wm. h s s Hough b Clay and Monroe 
McNown Wm. tinner, wks P., Ft. W. & C R. R. Tin Shop 
McNulty Ann, widow, h 106 Madison 

McNulty Anthony, laborer, bds n w c Colerick and Hoagland 
McNulty John, plumber, wks 48 E. Main 
McNulty Michael, helper, wks Murray & Baker's 
NcNulty Wm. shoe maker, bds 86 E. Main 
McPhail Wm. foreman, h 202 Ewing 
McQuiston Wm. H. book-keeper 103 Columbia, bds 153 W. Washington 



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Mack Mary, waiter, wks Railroad Eating House 

Madden Dennis, laborer, li 189 E. Lewis 

Maddin Aman, laborer, Main St. Exchange 

Magnus Wm. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Magnus Wm, saddler, h n w c Hanna and Hough 

Maguire Jane, widow, res Albert F. Schoenbein's 

Mahan Anthony, laborer, h n s Baker b Webster and McClellan 

Mahan Bridget, widow, h l(i8 W. Jefferson 

Mahan James, blacksmith, bds Adam Francis' 

Mahan Thomas, conductor, h 168 W. Jefferson 

Maher Catharine, widow, h n s Duck b Clinton and Barr 

Mahrt Conrad, harness maker, h 133 E. Lewis 

Mahurin Isaac, teacher, h 219 W. Main 

Maier John A. librarian Wayne Township Library, bds 78 Lafayette 

MAIER JOHN G., ^Township Trustee, Office, 78 Columbia, up 
stairs ; h 78 Lafayette 

Maier Willis D. book-keeper John Gr. Maier's, h n s Main b Barr and 
Lafayette 

Maily Patrick, laborer, h n s Melita b Webster and Kansas 

Main Geo. laborer, h n s Walnut b Fairfield Av. and Oakley 

MAIN STREET EXCHANGE, u s Main b Calhoun and Har- 
rison; A. Freeman, Jr., Proprietor 

Maiuer F. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 

Major David H. fireman, bds 93 E. Jefferson 

Major John, h rear 28 E. Berry 

Malatt Mrs. S. J, h s s Baker opp McClellan 

Malcolm John, carpenter, h w s West b Pritehard and P., Ft. W. & C. 
Railway 

Malone Elizabeth, widow, h e s Hood b Pritehard and P., Ft. W. & C. 
Railway 

Maloy Anna, widow, res Ceo. W. Morgan's 

Maloy Edward, engineer, bds S. J. Malatt's 

Manaray J. C. carpenter, h w s Maiden Lane b Main and Pearl 

Manawich F. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 

Manchester Counet, fireman, bds 200 Lafayette 

Mangan Bridget, widow, h s w c Fairfield Av. and Walnut 

Mangeot John, res Joseph Le Gras' 

MANIER HYPOLITE, Saloon and Boarding House, 50 Columbia 

Manier Victor, fireman, h 216 E. Washington 

Manmiller C. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Manning Mary, widow, h w s Fulton b Washington and Jefferson 

Mannix Patrick, laborer, bds National Hotel 

MANNIX THOMAS, Boot and Shoe Manufacturer and Dealer, 
55 Columbia ; h s e c Calhoun and Holman 

Mannogg Otto, currier, wks Mauok & Shoellhorn's 

Mannstaerfer Jacob, laborer, h 26 Nirdlinger 

Mannwieler Christian, blacksmith, h s s Duryee b Hoagland and Fair- 
field Av 

Manok Caroline, widow, h n s High w of Cass, Bloomingdale 



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Manok & Shoellhorn, (Simou M. & John S.) tanuers, a s W. & E. Canal 

b Harrison and Cass 
Manok Simon, (M. & Shoellhorn) h 137 W. Wayne 
Manse Conrad, laborer, wks E. F. Colerick's 
Manth Julius G. clerk Post Office, bds Henry Stellhorn's 
Manthey Wm. machinist, h e s Webster b Highland and Dawson 
Manuel J. P. clerk 44 Columbia, h 52 W. Main 
Manuel Joseph, laborer, h w s Hanna b Lasselle and Buchanan 
March J. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 
Marhauke Christian, laborer, h 108 Madison 
Marhenke Fred, shoe maker, h s s High w of Lima Plank Road, Bloom- 

ingdale 
Marheuke Henry, laborer, h s s Washington b College and Nelson 
Markey Lawrence, baggage master, h"w s Calhoun fc Highland and 

Dawson 
Markley Aaron, (M., Schrader & Co.) res Country 
Markley Daul. (Markley, Schrader & Co.) res Country 
MARKLEY, SCHRADER & CO., (Aaron M., Henry C. S. & 

JDanl. Markley) Manufacturers, Jobbers and Retail Dealers in Boots 

and Shoes, 4 Iveystone Block, w s Calhoun 
Marks S. P. fireman, h n s Holman b Barr and Lafayette 
Marsh H. W. boots and shoes, e s Calhoun near Main, h u w c Jefferson 

and Ewing 
MARSHALL E. T., Druggist and Chemist, n w c Barr and Wayne 
Martin Barney, laborer, h n s Baker b Harrison and Webster 
Martin C. N. boarding house, s w e Calhoun and Baker 
Martin J. helper, wks" P., Ft. W. & C. R, R. Machine Shop 
Martin Jane, widow, h 107 W. Water 
Martin John, grinder, h 222 W. Washington 
Martin Mary, widow, h 200 W. Washington 
Martin Nicholas, painter, h s w c Jefferson and Francis 
Martin Terrence, groceries, n w c Lafayette and Holniau, h e s Hanna 

south of Grant 
Martin Thomas, bds Catherine Gibford's 
Martin Wm. fireman, bds Luther Wright's 
Martin Wm. house raiser, h e s Monroe b Madison and Lewis 
Marrinca Henry, carpenter, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Car Shop 
Marz Joseph, carpenter, h e s Pine b Locust and Taylor 
Mason John F. carpenter, h s e c Williams and Hoagland 
Mason Ralph, boiler maker, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Boiler Yard 
Mason Ralph, laborer, h n e c Oakley and Poplar 
Match Wm. carpenter, h w s Clay b Madison and Lewis 
Matheany A. laborer, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Co.'s 
Mathers M. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 
Mathers S. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 
Mathieu Clarense, clerk County Auditor's Office, h 55 W. Berry 
Mathieu Lena, widow, h 55 W. Berry 

Matowetz Joseph, laborer, h e s Hanna b Herndon and Jones 
Matsch Christ, carpenter, h '2,'A4: W. Washington 
MATSCH DOROTHY, Practical Midwife, Homoeopathist and 

Baunscheidist, Residence, 234 W. Washington 
Matthews Jemima, widow, h n w c Duck and Clinton 
Mattoon Grover J. engineer, h 182 Ewing 
Mauerer John, l; borer, h n s Wayne e of Harmer 



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Maurer Jacob, clerk Meyer, Bros. & Co.'s, h n s Wayne, Comparet's 
Addition 

Maxfield Joel, engineer, h n s Duck b Calhoun and Clinton 

Maxfield Joseph, engineer, h n s east end of Water 

Maxfield Sarah, widow, h n s Duck b Calhoun and Clinton 

Mayer Andrew, (M. & GraiFe) h s e c Wayne and Harrison 

MAYER CHARLES F., Physician and Surgeon; Office and 
, Residence, 111 Barr 

Mayer Geo. J. E. (Geo. J. E. M. & Co.) h s c e Wayne and Harrison 

MAYER GEO. J. E. & CO., (Geo. J. E. M. & Frank Voirol) 
Dealers in Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Plated Ware, 29 
E. Main 

MAYER & GRAFPE, (Andrew M. & Henry C. G.) Dealers in 
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Plated Ware, 88 Columbia 

Mayer & Grieb, (Louis M. & John G.) tailors and cutters, 19 E. Main 

MAYER HOUSE, s e c AVayne and Calhoun ; John W. Bull, 
Proprietor 

Mayer Lorenz, driver, h 47 E. JefFerson 

Mayer Louis, (M. & Grieb) h 8 Montgomery 

Maylaud Frederick, laborer, h 230 W. Washington 

MAYOR'S OFFICE, 9, w s Clinton b Main and Columbia ; Henry 
Sharp, Mayor 

Medsker Isaac N. (Gilliland & M.) bds 204 Lafayette 

Meegan T. J. time keeper P., Ft. W. & C. K. R., bds 185 Clinton 

MEEGAN THOMAS, Chief Clerk Motive Power Department P., 
Ft. W. & C. E. R., Office, n s Railroad b Clinton and Barr ; h 185 
Clinton 

Meehan James, laborer, h n s Colerick b Hoagland and Prince 

Meehan Mary, widow, h 125 E. Lewis 

Megrady John D. plasterer, h e s Barr b Montgomery and Holman 

Mehan Mary, waiter. Railroad Eating House 

Mehre Louis, shoe maker, h 197 E. Washington 

Meier Fred, tailor, h 107 Wilt 

Meils John, laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Meiuhard Chas. machinist, h e s Lafayette b Montgomery and Holman 

Melching Charlotte, widow, h s s High west of Lima Plank Road, 
Bloomingdale 

Mellinger Jacob, clerk, American House 

Melzer Herman, laborer, wks Schroeder & Kayser's 

Mentze Frederick, laborer, h n s Lewis b Division and Walnut 

Menz Wm. tailor, h 68 E Jefferson 

Mercer Jennie, res Henry Sharp's 

MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK, n w c Main and Cal- 
houn ; S. Gary Evans, President ; D. P. Whedou, Vice-President ; 
Dr. John S. Irwin, Cashier 

Meredith I. P. conductor, h 225 W. Washington 

Meredith M. V. conductor, h s s Brackenridge b Harrison and Webster 

MERGEL R., Dealer in Family Groceries, Provisions, &c., 78 Co- 
lumbia ; h 94 W. Main 

Merring Henry, laborer, h e s Monroe b Montgomery and Holman 

Merz Peter, carpenter, h 196 E. Lewis 

MESING CHARLES, Blacksmith Shop and Steel Plow Manu- 
facturer, n s Water b Calhoun and Clinton 

Metheany Andrew, carpenter, h 206 W. Jefferson 



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Metcalfe John, clerk P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Freight Office, h s w c Hol- 
man and Clinton 

Metheany J. M. book-keeper 46 Calhoun, bds sec Barr and Lewis 

Metsger Geo. engineer, h 77 E. Water 

Mettey Fred, cooper, n s Water b Calhoun and Clinton 

Mettler Peter, (Knothe &, M.) res Washington Tp 

Mettler Peter, Jr. teacher, h 19 W. Washington 

Metz Geo. cabinet maker, h 38 W. JeflFerson 

Metzger Andrew, clerk, h s s Lewis b Calhoun and Clinton 

Metzger Jennie, seamstress, h s s Lewis b Calhoun and Clinton 

Meuer Casper, molder, wks Murray & Baker's 

Meunzer Fred, potash maker, n s W. & E. Canal east of Lafayette 

MEYER BROTHERS & CO., (Christian F. G. M., John F. W. 
M., Christian F. A. Fischer & Edward P. Williams) Wholesale and 
Retail Druggists, and Dealers in Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs, 
Window Glass, &c., 2 Keystone Block and 118 Columbia 

Meyer Chas. F. W. clerk 52 Calhoun, h 22 W. Washington 

Meyer Christian, carpenter, h 47 W. Washington 

Meyer Christian F. G. (M . Brothers & Co.) res St. Louis, Mo 

Meyer Deitrich, teamster, h n w c Ewing and George 

Meyer Ernst, butcher, h 84 E. Wayne 

MEYER ERNST, Manufacturer and Dealer in Boots and Shoes, w 
s Barr b Berry and Wayne 

Meyer Fred, h 22 VV. Washington 

Meyer Fred, brass founder, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Meyer Fred, carpenter, h s w c Hohnan and Hanna 

Meyer Fred, carpenter, h 175 E. Lewis 

Meyer Frederick, molder, h 25 W. Lewis 

Meyer Geo. saloon, w s Lima Plank Road near High, Bloomiugdale 

Meyer Gustav J. clerk Meyer Brothers & Co., bds 118 Harrison 

Meyer Henry, h 29 Hood 

Meyer Henry, blacksmith, s e c Water and Calhoun, h 150 W. Jefferson 

Meyer Henry, laborer, h 18 Montgomery 

Meyer Herman, laborer, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Meyer John F. W. (M. Brothers & Co.) res Glendale Garden 

Meyer John Henry,Vlerk Meyer Brothers & Co., h 118 Harrison 

Meyer John M. laborer, h n s Wayne east of Corp. Line 

Meyer Lorenz, driver, h 47 E. Jefferson 

Meyer Louis, tailor, h 8 Montgomery 

Meyer Nicholas, plasterer, h 183 E. Jefferson 

Meyer Wm. planer, h 29 Hood 

Meyer Wm. shoe maker, wks Patrick Woulfe's 

Meyers Barney, laborer, h 247 E. Washington 

Meyers Bryan, molder, h n e c Monroe and Holman 

Meyers C. F. F. (Allen, M. & Co.) h 45 W. Washington 

MEYERS F. C, Barber Shop and Hair Dressing Saloon, e s Cal- 
houn b Berry and Wayne ; h n e c Union and Jefferson 

Meyers F. W. barber shop, w s' Calhoun b Railroad and Baker 

Meyers Ferdinand, drayman, h 175 Ewing 

iMeyers Fred, laborer, h n s High west of Cass, Bloomiugdale 

Meyers Geo. M. molder, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Meyers Henry, carpenter, h 177 E. Lewis 

Meyers Henry F. helper, bds F. W. Meyers' 

Meyers Mary, chambermaid. Railroad Eating House ^_ 



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Meyers W. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Meyers Wm. machinist, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Michael Herman, barber, w s Calhoun b Main and Columbia, Phoenix 
Block 

Michaelis H. A. cigar maker, bds 30 W. Main 

Michaels Eliza, cook, Harmon House 

Michaels Herman, laborer, h 285 W Jefferson 

Micho N. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Ft. B. Machine Shop 

Mideowitz Joseph, laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

3Iiflia James, barber, e s Calhoun b Wayne and Washington 

Miles Chas. enoiucer, h 215 W. Washington 

Miles David, engineer, h s w c Madison and Hanna 

Miller C. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. B. B. Blacksmith Shop 

Miller C. Henry, watchman, h s s Williams b Webster and Hoagland 

Miller Casper, bds 10 W. Berry 

Miller Chas.. coppersmith, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Miller Chas. laborer, h n s Lavina b Fairfield Av. and Broadway 

Miller Chas. pattern maker, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Miller Chas. watchman, T., W. & W. R. R. Round House 

Miller Chas. T. tinner, h 106 Wilt 

Miller Christian, cigar maker, bds John L. Miller's 

Miller Christian, helper, h u s Butler b Webster and Hoaglaud 

Miller Clemens, stone mason, h s s Locust west of Pine 

Miller D. B. carpenter, bds 49 W. Main 

Miller D. M. (M. & Moritz) at Aveline House 

Miller E. boiler maker, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Miller Eliza, waiter, Railroad Eating House 

iMiller Elizabeth, widow, res Bernard Kramer's 

j^liller Elizabeth, widow, h u s Buchanan b Lafayette and Cass, Lasselle'fi 
Addition 

Jliller Ernst, boiler maker, h s w c Williams and Webster 

Miller F. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C R. R. Shops 

Miller Fred, laborer, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Miller Frederick, helper, h s w c Force and Herndon 

Miller Fred, laborer, h n s St. Francis b Lafayette and Cass, Lassellc's 
Addition 

Miller Mrs. Geo. widow, h 10 W. Berry 

Miller Geo. cabinet maker, res Bloomingdale 

Miller Geo. turner, bds M9 W. Berry ' 

Miller H. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 

Miller Henry, watchman, T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Miller Henry D. carpenter, h s s Williams b Harrison and Webster 

Miller I. watchman, T., W. & W. R. R. Co 

Miller Isaac, laborer, h n s Williams b Harrison and Webster , 

Miller J. J. clerk 105 and 107 Columbia, h n w c Washington and La- 
fayette 

Miller Jacob, chair maker, h 151 Barr 

Miller Jacob, clerk, h 116 Latayette 

Miller Jerry, machinist, bds Wm. S. Cannon's 

Miller John, laborer, bds 139 Harrison 

Miller John H. machinist, h s e c Marion and Bowser, Bloomingdale 

MILLER JOHN M., Manufocturer and Dealer in Fine Furniture, 
Chairs, Mattrasscs, Looking Glass Plates, &c., 50 and 52 E. 
Main ; h 52 E. Jeiferson 



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Miller Joseph, carpenter, h s s High west of Lima Plank Eoad, Bloo 

iugdale 

Miller L. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 
Miller Louis W. carriage painter, bds e s Clay b Holman and P Ft W 

& C. R. R. •> • • 

Miller Louis, carpenter, h s w c Williams and Webster 

Miller Louis, paint shop, 65 E. Main 

Miller Lucy, waiter, Railroad Eating House 

Miller Martin H. bds 10 W. Berry 

Miller Mike, teamster, h 218 W. Washington 

MILLER & MORITZ, (D. M. M. & J. M. M.) Proprietors Ave- 

line House, sec Berry and Calhoua 
Miller N. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 
Miller Nathaniel C. clerk T., W. & W. R. R. Freight Office, h n w c 

Fairfield Av. and Locust 
Miller Nicholas, laborer, wks N. G-. Olds & Son's 
Miller Peter, blacksmith, h w s Force b Jones and Grant 
Miller R. E. bds 49 W. Main 
MILLER SYLVESTER, Carpenter, Contractor and Builder, n s 

Holman b Calhoun and Barr 
Miller W. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 
Miller W. H. clerk Cha.s. Fink's, h 191 Ewiug 
Miller W. R. baker, h 19 W. Wayne 
Miller Wm. (Neireiter & M.) h 200 E. Washington 
Miller Wm. laborer, wks 48 E. Main 

Miller Wm. laborer, h e s Calhoun b Wallace and Hamilton 
Miller Wm. porter 83 Columbia, h e s Clay b Holman and P., Ft. W. 

k C. R. R. 
Miller Wm. H. H. (Coombs & M.) h 40 Douglas Av 
Miller Wm. W. laborer, h w s Barr b Berry and Wayne 
Miller Xavier, laborer, h s w c Gay and Herndon 
Mills A. J. 11. (M. & Rossington) at Hedekin House 
Milon F. laborer, wks P., Ft W. & C. R. R. Shops 
Mills Horatio F. machinist, bds 250 W.Wayne 
Mills & Rossington, (A. J. H. M. & Richard R.) Hedekin House, e s 

Barr b Main and Cclumbia 
Mills T. H. printer, bds Hedekin House 

Mills T. J. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Round House 
MINER B. D., CEwing & Miner) Office, 91 W. Maiu; res. e s Bluffton 

Plank Road near Corp. Line 
Miner James, teamster, h w s Bluffton Plank Road south of Nirdliuger 
Miner Wanton, dr; yman, h n s Pearl b Ewiog and Griffith 
Minick Phillip, teamster, h s e c 3d and N. Cass, Bloomingdale 
Minier Frank H. carpenter, h 229 E Jefferson 
Minnewisch Fred, carpenter, h 200 Barr 
Minnie Nancy, h n s Water b Clinton and Barr 

Mischo Michael, (Keller & Co.) h w s Broadway 2d house south of Wilt 
Mischo Nicholas, helper, h w s Broadway b Wilt and f ritchard 
Misner James, painter, h e s N. Cass b River and 1st, Bloomingdale 
Misner Seymour, fireman, h u e c Hood and Railroad 
Mitchell Geo. W. carpenter, h 53 Harrison 
Mitchell James, laborer, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Go's 
Mitten Frederick, machinist, bds 85 Barr 
Mitten Harriet, servant, Hedekin House 



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Mittin S. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. H. Machine Shop 

Mixer Chas. H. clerk, bds 53 W. Wayne 

Mobley Mary, widow, h w s Hood b Pritchard and Eailroad 

Moderwell H. C. ticket clerk P., Ft. W. & C. R. R., bds Aveline House 

Moeck B. clerk 54 E. Main, bds 233 Lafayette 

Mocllering Chas. (Krudop, M. & Bro.) 

Moellering Heui-y, machinist, h 55 E. Lewis 

Moellering Wm. (Krudop, M. & Bro.) h 61 Montgomery 

Moering Henry, laborer, wks Bass & Hanua's 

Mohr Conrad, book-keeper 1st National Bank, bds 46 Columbia 

Mohr John, boots and shoes 46 Columbia 

Mohr John Jr. book-keeper Allen Hamilton &, Co's, bds 46 Columbia 

Mohr Joseph D. book-keeper Allen Hamilton & Co's, bds 46 Columbia 

Mohr Louis, clerk 46 Columbia, h 240 B. Washington 

Mohr Louis, shoe maker, h 240 E. Washington 

Mohring John, laborer, h s s Lasselle b Lafayette and Cass, Lasselle's 

Addition 
Molitor Adam, laborer, h 125 E. Lewis 
MoUring Chas, brick layer, h 209 W. vVashingtoa 
Moloy E. engineer, P., Ft. W. & C. E. R. Co 
Momer John, machinist, wks Bass and Hanna's 
Momer Louis, molder, wks Murray & Baker's 
Momnier Joseph, clerk, h 133 W. Main 
Mommer Joseph Jr. clerk B. Phillips , h 133 W. Main 
Monahan Patrick, laborer, bds National Hotel 
Monee V. fireman, wks N. Gr. Olds & Son's 
MONNING HENRY, Treasurer Allen County ; Office in Court 

House ; h n w c Clay and Wayne 
Monuing John J), clerk County Treasurer's Office, res. Henry Mouning's 
Monroe Jennie, servant, Mayer House 
MONSON REV. L. W., Presiding Elder Ft. Wayne District M. E. 

Church ; Eesidence, 196 W. Washington 
Moon Kate, widow, h 204 E. Lewis 
Mooney Wm. laborer, h n s Duck b Clinton and Barr 
Moore Dolph, fireman, h n s Chicago b Harrison and Webster 
Moore David H fireman, h n s Chicago b Harrison and Webster 
Moore J. F. livery stable, e s Calhoun opp. Baker, h s s Baker b Calhoun 

and Harrison 
Moore John, conductor, bds 224 Lafayette 
Moore John, laborer, bus Lewis b Francis and Harmer 
Moore Miss N. F. clerk 105 and 107 Columbia, bds 144 W. Main 
Moorehead Daniel, sawyer h 117 W. Water 
Morau Eda, widow, h s e c Griffith and Jefi"erson 
Moran Peter, ice dealer, h 201 E. Wayne 

Morbeck Albert M. carriage trimmer, wks Thos. Stevens' bds 45 E. Main 
Morehouse Mary M. widow, h 214 W. Washington 
Morel Edward, machinist, h s e c Gay and Jones 
Morel James, laborer, wks Bass & Hanua's 
Morel James, molder, bds see Gay and Jones 
Morel John, molder, h u e c Gay and Jones 
Morell Chas. shoemaker, bds 10 W, Wayne 
Morell Christ, h 10 W. Wayne 
xMorell Henry, (Stellhorn & M.) h 189 Griffith 
Morey Edwin, conductor, h s s Lewis b Calhoun and Clinton 



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MORGAN & BEACH, (Oliver P. M. & Frederick B.) Dealers in 
Hardware, Cutlery, Mechanics' and Farmers' Tools, Beltinf, &c., 89 
Columbia 
Morgan Geo. C. engineer Western Division P., Ft. W. & C. R. R., Office 

nee Railroad and Clinton, res Chicago 
Morgan Geo. W. painter, h s s Madison b Barr and Lafayette 
Morgan J. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Round House 
Morgan James, machinist, bds John W. Deeter's 
Morgan John B. foreman, h 72 W. Jefferson 

Morgan Oliver P. (M. & Beach) h s e c E. Washington and Clinton 
Moriarty Dennis, painter, bds 86 E. Main 
Moritz J. M. (Miller & M.) h 79 W. Berry 
Moritz Nicholas, bds 79 W. Berry 
Morris Ann, widow, h 16 W. Washington 
Morris James, laborer, h 16 W. Washinston 
Morris John, (Worden & M.) h 242 W^ Wayne 
Morrison Geo. steam fitter, bds Hedekin House 
MORRISON PATRICK, St. Charles Saloon and Restaurant, n s 

Main b Calhoun and Harrison 
Morrison Thomas, boiler maker, bds Thos. Lynch's 
Morse Chas. E. h 26 Douglas Av 
Morss Mrs. S. S. widow, res. Isaac D'Isay's 
Morvelius Jacob, fireman, bds W. W. Fox's 
Mosshammer Betty, midwife, h 84- E. Wayne 
Mosshammer John, laborer, h 84 E. Wayne 
Motsch Fred, bar keeper, bds 87 Harrison 

Motz Geo. tailor, h s wc Lima Plank Road and High, Bloomingdale 
MoultonE, C. carpenter, h 57 E. Berry 

Moyer A. L. printer, h 152 W. Wayne 

Moyer H. L. printer, h 152 W. Wayne 

Moyer Jane, widow, h 152 W. Wayne 

Mudge S. R. engineer h 137 Jackson 

Mueller Wm. coppersmith, bds n w c Harrison and Highland 

Muellering Chas. brick layer, h 209 W. Washington 

Muenzer Fred, potash maker, n s W. & E. Canal e of Lafayette 

Muhlenbrook D. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R Car Shop 

Muhlenbruch Chas. wagon maker, bds 213 E. Jefferson 

Muhlenbruch Wm. carpenter, h 148 W. Jefferson 

Muhlenbruck G. wagon maker, h s s Wayne e of Harmer 

Muhler Mrs. Chas. widow, h 29 W. Berry 

Muhler Chas. F. (Wilson, Schuckman & M.) h 27 W. Berry 

Muhlfreith John, tailor, h s w c Lima Plank Road and Douglas, Bloom- 
ingdale 

Muirhead Alex, machinist, h s s Brackenridge b Harrison and Webster 

Muirhead John W. cashier 18 W. Berry, bds Daniel Campbell's 

Mulcahey Richard, stoker, wks Fort Wayne Gas Works 

MuDenbruch Deiterich. carpenter, h 213 E. Jefferson 

Muller Victor H. driver U. S. Express Co., bds Main Street Exchange 

MuUett W^m. helper, bds National Hotel 

Mumer John, machinist, h 168 E. Lewis 

Mumer Louis, molder, h 176 E. Lewis . , oi 

Mungovan Thos. C. blacksmith, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Munsdorfer J. laborer, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Munroe W. H. barber, s s Main b Calhoun and Harrison 



J 34 FORT WAYNE [MYE] DIRECTORF. 



Munson Chas. A. clerk n w c Jefferson and Broadway, h 176 W.- Wash- 
ington 

Murch Richarij, conductor, bds Mrs. S. J. Malatt's 

Murchy David H. machinist, h 182 W. Wayne 

Murphy Barney, hxborer, bds Fred. Herbst's 

Murphy Daniel, laborer, h n s Wall west of Hood 

Murphy Geo. laborer, h s s Colerick b Hoagland and Prince 

Murphy J. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. E. Shops 

Murphy James, laborer, bds Fred. Herbst's 

Murphy Johanna, widow, h s s Colerick b Hoagland and Prince 

Murphy John, helper, bds Thos. Lyneh's 

Murphy John, laborer, h s s Baker b Calhoun and Harrison 

Murphy M. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Murphy Michael, fireman, bds Luther Wright's 

Murphy Michael, laborer, h n s Madison b Hanna and Francis 

Murphy Patrick, h n s Duck b Calhoun and Clinton 

MURRAY & BAKER, (Kerr M. & Henry B.) Engineers, Mill- 
wrights, Iron and Brass Founders, Manufiicturers of Steam Engines, 
Boilers, Mill Machinery, &c., e s Calhoun south of Railroad Depots 

Murray James, engineer, h 14 Montgomery 

Murray Kerr, (M. & Baker) h 97 VV. "Washington 

MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OP NEW 

YORK, John Hough, Agent, 50 Calhoun 
Myer Dietrich, cooper, h w s Lima Plank Koad north of Douglas, Bloom- 

ingdale 
Myers Anthony, res Geo. Myers' 

Myers E. H. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 
Myers F. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 
Myers Fred, street sprinkler, h 62 Douglas Av 
Myers Geo. carpenter w s Union b Jeiferson and Wilt, h 66 Wilt 
Myers Geo. molder, bds 22 Madison 

Myers Geo. C. carpenter, h n s Braekenridae b Webster and McClellan 
Myers H. laborer, wks P.. Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 
MYERS & HALL, (Wm. H. M. & Albon E. H.) Physicians and 

Surgeons, Office w s Calhoun b Berry and Wayne, up stairs 
Myers J. H. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 
Myers J. M. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Lumber Yard 
Myers James D." carpenter, h n e c Clinton and Duck 
Myers Michael, res Geo. Myers' 
Myers S. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. K. R. Shops 
Myei's Samuel, fireman, h n e e Lafayette and Charles 
Myers Wm. blacksmith, h n w c Williams and Hoagland 
MYERS WM. D., Physician and Surgeon, Office w s Calhoun b 

Main and Berry, over H. G. Wagner's Drug Store; h 161 W. 

Jeiferson 
Myers Wm. H. (M. & Hall) h 151 W. Wayne 
Myers Wm. H. contractor, h w s Fairfield Av. b T., W. & W. R. R. and 

Locust 
Myerson Philip, h 173 W. Washington 
Myerson Raphael, h 107 W. Wayne 



FORI WAYNE [NEU] DIRECTORY. 135 



N 

Nabold C. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. E. E. Lumber Yard 

Nachtrieb J. F. hats and caps, 13 Clinton 

Nagel Frederick, porter, h 93 W. Jetferson 

Nahrwolt Wm. carpenter, h s s Wilt b Van Buren and Jackson 

Nash S. C. clerk, h 81 W. Main 

NATIONAL HOTEL, J. J. Lcifels, Proprietor, n e c Barr and 

Holman 
iSTave Benj. carpenter, h 112 Montgomery 
Neabel Mary, widow, h s w c Bass and Hoagland 
Neeb Geo. helper, h w s Oakley b Walnut and Poplar 
NeflF Jacob, butcher, h 63 E. Water 
Neher Joseph, shoemaker, h 241 E. Washington 
Nehrwold F. laborer, wks Bass & Hanna's 
Neichter Joseph, helper, wks. T., W. & W. B. R. Shops 
Neidhard Joseph, cabinet maker, wks 44 W. Main 
Neiman Gottlieb, grocer, h 140 Harrison 
jSTeimeyer Henry, (Geo. Burlager & Co.) h 157 Madison 
Neimeyer Henry, laborer, h s s Lewis b Lafayette and Clay 
Neireiter C. B. saddles, &c., 122 Columbia, h 169 W. Washington 
Neireiter Christ, shoemaker, h 92 W. Washington 
Neireiter Conrad, (N. & Miller) h s e c Wayne and Griffith 
Neireiter Conrad, sen. h 93 W. Washington 

NEIREITER & MILLER, (Conrad N. & Wm. M.) Manufactu- 
rers and Dealers in Horse Collars, Leather, Findings, Hides, &c., 

121 Columbia 
Neirman G. laborer, wks. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 
Nelliaau Michael, machinist, bds n w c Calhoun and Baker 
NELSON DeGROFF & CO., (DeGroffN.& Isaac D.G.Nelson) 

Dealers in Agricultural Implements, Seeds, Flour, Grain, Nursery 

Stock, &c., 66 Calhoun, opposite Aveline House 
Nelson Elmore, hatter, h 64 W. Wayne 

Nelson Isaac D. G. farmer, res Elm Park 4 miles east of the city 
Nelson Sellie, moulding maker, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Co's 
Nelson Wm. II. contractor w s Harrison b Berry and 3Iaiu, bdsRockhill 

House 
Nerhood Annie, chambermaid, Rockhill House 
Nerhood John, clerk 45 Columbia, h 278 W. Jefferson 
Nerhood Lizzie, laundress, Rockhill House 

Nestel Chas. W. actor (known as Commodore Foote), h 193 W. Jefferson 
NESTEL DANIEL, Veterinary Surgeon and Manufiicturer of 

Horse Powders and Liniment, 193 W. Jefferson 
Nestel Edward, clerk, h n e c Lafayette and Lewis 
NESTEL PHILIP, Dealer in Family Groceries, Provisions, Flour, 

and Feed, nee Lafayette and Lewis 
Neuenschwander Isaac M. saloon, s s Wayne b Calhoun and Harrison 
Neufer Leonard, fireman, h s s Bass b Hoagland and Prince 
Neuhaus Henry, clerk Keil & Bro's., bds 93 W. Washington 
NEUROTH ANTON, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Worker, 119 

Calhoun; h s s Taylor b Fairfield Av. and Oakley 



136 FORT WAYNE [NIR] DIRECTORY. 

Xeuroth Louis, tinner wks 119 Calhoun, bds Anton Neuroth's 

Neuroth Wm. R. cigar maker, bds Anton Neuroth's 

Neville Agnes!, cook, Aveliue House 

Newcomer Christ, bar keeper, A. A. Bronson's 

Newhart John, clerk Lorin Smith's, bds 45 Burr 

Newhart Mrs. L. widow, h 45 Barr 

Newman John, machinist, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Machine Shop 

NEWMAN WM. H., Freight Agent T., W. & \V. Railway ; Office 

and Depot, on Railroad Track b Calhoun and Harrison; h 202 W. 

Wayne 
NEW YORK STORE, 90 Columbia ; Root & Co., Proprietors ; 

Dealers in Dry Goods 
Ney Edward, helper, h e s Pine b Locust and T,, W. & W. R. R 
Nicholas John, carpenter, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Car Shop 
Nichols James E. trader, h 102 W. Water 
ISichter Otto, molder, wks Murray & Baker's 
Nickum Sarah, res 48 E. Main 
Niebel Mary, widow, h s w c IJoagland and Bass 
Niedermeier Paul, laborer, h n e c Lafayette and Wallace 
Niemann Gottlieb, (Hildebrand & Co.) h 140 Harrison 
Niemcier Henry, laborer, wks Bass & Hanna's 
NIERMAN H. & M., (Herman (k Martin) Proprietors Stone 

Brewery, s w e Harrison and Water 
Nierman Herman, (H. & M. N.) h 46 W. Water 
Nierman Martin, (H. & M. N.) h 43 W. Water 
Niery F. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Nies Ellen, widow, h 137 Madison 
Nietert Christ, cigar maker, wks 117 Columbia 
Niezer Kate, milliner, bds 17 Clinton 
Niezer Louis, machinist, h 20 W. Jefferson 
Niezer Wm. J. tinner, h 20 W. Jefferson 
Nill Chas. painter, h w s Ewing b Wayne and Washington 
Nill Conrad, shoe maker, h north of Douglas and west of Lima Plank 

Road, Bloomingdale 
Nill Conrad, Sr. h n e c Harrison and \Vashin<iton 
Nill Edward H. (Geo. C. Nill & Co.) bds 34 W. Washington 
Nill Geo. boots and shoes, 110 Columbia, res Bloomingdale 
Nill Geo. C. (Geo. C. N. & Co.) h n s E. Wayne, second house west of 

Lafayette 
NILL GEO. C. & CO., (Geo. C. N.& Edward H. Nill) Druggists 

and Pharmaceutists, 78 Calhoun, b Berry and Wayne 
Nill Geo. E. clerk 140 Columbia, bds Geo. Nill's 
Nill Henry, boots and shoes, 140 Columbia 
Nill Henry E. druggist, bds nee Harrison and Washington 
Ninde L. M. (N. & Swayne) h w s Fairfield Av. south of Corp. Line 
Ninde & Swayne, (Lindley M. N. & Samuel F. S.) attorneys, u s Maiu b 

Calhoun and Harrison 
NIRDLINGER A. & M., (Albert & Mas) Palace of Fashion, Mer- 
chant Tailors, Clothiers and Dealers in Gents' Furnishing Goods, 1 

Keystone Block, s w c Calhoun and Columbia 
Nirdlinger Albert, (A. & M. N.) h 33 W. Main 
Nirdlinger Elias, clerk Frank & Thanhauser's, bds 33 W. Main 
Nirdlinger Fred, h 33 W. Main 
Nirdlinger Max, (A. & M. N.) h 33 W. Main 



FORT WAYNE [Q'CQ] DIRECTORY, 337 

Nisli Geo. painter, h s e c Cliaton & Barr 

Nitsche Chas E. architect, h s w c Barr and JeiFerson 

Nix Valentine, shoe maker, h 80 E. Jefferson 

Nohe Joseph, grocery and boots and shoes, nee Broadway and Geora;e 

Nohe Wm. shoe maker, h s s Nirdlinger w of Blufftou Plunk Koad ^ 

Nolan Catharine, widow, h 66 Madison 

Nolan Daniel, tailor, h 62 Madison 

Nolan Daniel, tailor, h 120 Madison 

Nolan John, laborer, h s s Charles b Lafayette and Clay 

Nolan Michael, laborer, h w s Smith near south Corp. Line 

Noll Adam, tinner, h 235 B. Lewis 

Noll Ann E. widow, h n s Colerick b Hoagland and Prince 

Noll Barbara, widow, h 185 E. Jefferson 

Noll Benedict B. book-keeper Mayer Brothers & Co., bds Mayer House 

Noll Chas. (Baab & N.) h 15 E. Wayne 

Noll Frank J. book-keeper Ft. Wayne Democrat, bds 235 E. Lewis 

Noll Geo, laborer, h 235 E. Lewis 

Noll John F. clerk 7 Clinton, bds 146 B. Wayne 

Noll John G. (C. Orff & Co.) h s e c Jefferson and Lafayette 

NOLL M., Manufacturer and Dealer in Boots and Shoes, 7 Clinton : h 

146 E. Wayne 
Noll Martin A. (C. Orff & Co.) h s w c Main and Van Buren 
Noll Melchor, shoemaker, bds 146 E. Wayne 
WoU Peter, painter, h n e c Butler and Webster 
NORTON W. H., Book and Job Printer, Book Binder and Blank 

Book Manufacturer, n w c Main and Clinton ; h u s Lewis b Clinton 

and Barr 
Norwold Fred. C. laborer, h 160 E. Lewis 
Norwood Mary B. teacher High School, bds Rockhill House 
Noyes B. C. bds Bockhill House 
Nushman John, shoemaker, wks 74 Columbia 
NUTTMAN J. D., President 1st National Bank of Ft. Wayne, s e c 

Main and Court ; h n e c Berry and Griffith 
Nuttraan John M. clerk Bash & Eakin's, h 168 W. Berry 

O 

OAKLEY B. W. & SON, (Bonj. W. & Chaunecy B.) Dealers in 

Foreign and Domestic Hardware, Cutlery, Belting, Saddlery and 
Carriage Trimmings, 79 Columbia 
Oakley Benj. W. (B. W. 0. & Son) res St. Joe Township 
Oakley Chauncey B. ( B. W. Oakley & Son) res. Beoj. W. Oakley's 
Oberhelman Wm. cabinet maker, h 51 W. Washington 
O'Brian Patrick, laborer, h w s Prince n of Bass 
O'Brian Thomas, helper, h e s Webster b Dawson and Highland 
O'Brian Wm groceries, e s Calhoun opp. Douglas Av 
O'Callahan Wm. laborer, h s s Williams b Webster and Hoaslaud 
OCCIDENTAL BILLIARD ROOM, e s Calhoun b Berry and 

Wayne, D. Hannum, Proprietor 
O'CONNELL & BRO., (Daniel & John) Billiard Hall and Restau- 
rant, e s Calhoun b Berry and Wayne, adjoining Aveline House 

O'Connell Daniel, (O'C. & Bro.) h n e c Wayne and Hanna 
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138 FORT WAYNE [O'RO] DIRECTORY. 

O'Connell John, h n s Wayne b Clay and Monroe 

O'Connell John, (O'C. & Bro.) h n e c Wayne and Hanna 

O'Connor Joseph, agent, h n w c Garden and Wilt 

Ocllschleger Fred, tailor, wks J. Sellers & Go's 

Offenloch M. painter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. U. E. Paint Shop 

Ofi'enloch Peter, sausage maker and Saloon, h 101 Francis 

Oifenloch Valentine, painter, h w s Force b Jones and Grant 

Oger Frank, cigar maker, bds Mrs. Mary Treep's 

Ogle John, fireman, h 131 Wilt 

O'Herrington Daniel, molder wks Murray & Baker's 

O'Herron James, laborer, h e s Prince b Colerick and Williams 

O'Herron Michael, laborer, bds s w c Lewis and Webster , 

Ohueck Mary, widow, h 85 E. Jefierson 

Ohnhouse Mrs S. widow, h 187 E. Jefierson 

Old Fort House, Edwin Wilder, proprietor, nee Main and Lafayette 

Olds H. G. (N. G. Olds & Son) h 121 E. Wayne 

Olds J. B. book-keeper N. G. Olds & Son's, bds 121 E. Wayne 

Olds J. D. wheel barrow manufacturer, h n s Wayne b Clay and Monroe 

Olds John, foreman N. G. Olds & Son's 

Olds N. G. (N. G. O. & Son) h 121 E. Wayne 

OLDS N. G & SON, (N. G. & H. G.) Manufacturers of Spokes, 
Hubs, Felloes, Bent Material, &e., s s Railroad b Lafayette and 
Clay 

Oliphaut Charles, engineer, h 261 E. Washington 

Olkruse Ernst, laborer, h rear 17G E. Wayne 

O'Neil Patrick, bar keeper, n w c Calhoun and Baker 

O'Neil Philip, machinist, bds John W. Deeter's 

O'Neill Catharine, widow, h s s Wallace b Lafayette and Clay 

O'Neill Jack, brakeman, res 3Iatthew O'Neil's 

O'Neill Matthew, brakeman, h n s Locust b Fairfield Av. and Pine 

O'Neill Thomas, laborer, h s s Wallace b Lafayette and Clay 

Openshaw Geo. machinist, h s e c Chicago and Webster 

Openshaw James, machinist, bds Geo. Openshaw's 

Oppelt Joseph, engineer, h u w c Main and Fulton 

Oppenheimer Abraham, h 54 W. Berry 

Oppeuheimer Jacob, pedlar, bds 173 W. Washington 

Oppenheimer Pete, (Sam & Pete) bds Mayer House 

Oppenheimer Budolph, clerk A. & M. Nirdlinger's, bds 54 W. Berry 

Oppenheimer Sam. (Sam. & Pete) bds Mayer House 

Orbison Alex. M. (Hill & 0.) h 88 W. Berry 

Orbison Henry B. clerk, h 88 W. Berry 

Orbison J. T. h n s Henry east of Blufi"ton Plank Road 

Orcutt Maggie, h s s Madison b Barr and Lafayette 

Orcutt Philip, carpenter, bds 49 W. Main 

ORFF C. & CO., (Christian 0., Martin A. Noll & John G. Noll) 
Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Millinery, &c., 103 Colum- 
bia. See card, page 38 

Orfi" Christian, (C. Orfl' & Co.) h n w c Calhoun and Water 

Orfi" Gottlieb, carpenter, h 150 Clinton 

Orfi' Henry, music teacher, h 230 E. Washington 

Orlf John, Empire Flouring Mills west end Main street, res country 

Orme Geo. boiler maker, h n w c Hood and Railroad 

Orudorfi" Nathan, laborer, h n s Holman b Lafayette and Clay 

O'Rourke Francis, tailor, h 45 E. Water 



FORT WAYNE [PAR] DIRECTORY. 139 



O'ROURKE EDWARD, Attorney at Law and Prosecuting At- 
torney Allen County, Office n w c Main and Calhoun ; h 21 Mc- 
Clellan 

O'Rourke John, h w s McCIellan opp Douglas Av 

O'Rourke P. S. master transportation P., Ft. W. & C. R. R., h w s Mc- 
CIellan opp Douslas Av 

Orff J. W. engineer, h 124 W. Wayne 

Orr Robt. engineer, bds 86 E. Main 

Orth Fred, clerk, h n e c Douglas Ay. and McCIellan 

Ortman H. W. cigar maker, res Bloomingdale 

Ortman Henry, deputy Marshal, h n s Main b Van Buren and Jackson 

ORTMANN CHARLES, Manufacturer and Dealer in Cigars, 
Tobacco, &c., e s Calhoun b Berry and Wayne 

Orvis Mrs. Geo. B. bds R. D. Boyle's 

Osborn Arthur, conductor, h s e c Grand and Harrison 

Oseubaugh J. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

O'Shaughnessey Martin, laborer, h n w c Colerick and Hoagland 

O'Shaughnessey Nora, servant, 9 E. Wayne 

Oster A^ helper, wks P.. Ft. W. & C. R. E. Blacksmith Shop 

Osterman Henry, cooper, wks Nicholas DeWald's 

Osterman Henry, laborer, h 215 E. Washington 

Ostermann John, h n s Wallace b Lafayette and Clay 

Ostermann Lambert, drayman, h ^33 E. Washington 

Ott Franz, fresco painter, h w s North Cass b 1st and 2d, Bloomingdale 

Ottan L. laborer, h e s Clay b Washington and Jefferson 

Ottan Nicholas, laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Overlay John, whitewasher, h n w c Duck and Clinton 

Overley James, laborer, h 200 W. Main 

Overley Daniel, laborer, h s w c North Cass and 1st, Bloomingdale 

Overpeck Theodore W. carpenter, bds 30 W. Water 

Owens Matthew, boiler maker, h 233 Lafayette 



Pacineau J. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 

Pailthorp Henry, laborer, h w s Oakley b Walnut and Poplar 

Palls G. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 

Palls J. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Palmer David R. engineer, h north of Douglas and west of Lima Plank 

Road, Bloomingdale 
Pantlind Mrs. Chas. h s s Holman b Clay and Monroe 
Pantlind Henry D. hackman, h n s Water b Calhoun and Harrison 
Pappa Wm. drayman, h s s High west of Lima Plank Road, Blooming- 
dale 
Parisoe Louis, blacksmith, h 156 E. Jefferson 
Parisot Isaac, laborer, h w s Hanna b Lasselle and Buchanan 
Parisot Joseph, laborer, h w s Hanna b Lasselle and Buchanan 
PARKER E. R., Agent Empire Line Fast Freight, Office 26 Court ; 

bds Rockhill House 
Parker John A. hostler, at 154 W, Berry 
Parnin Auguste, clerk 58 Columbia, h 206 E. Wayne 
Parrot John Peter, carpenter, h n s Oak b Division and Walnut 



140 FORT WAYNE [PFE] DIRECTORY. 

Pasiuo Joseph, machinist, h e s Lafayette b Buehanau and St. Francis 

Pattee llichard A. teamster, h s s Melita b Harrison and Webster 

Patten Chas. horse shoer, s s Columbia b Barr and Lafayette 

Patter Fred, wheelwright, wks N. Gr. Olds & Son's 

Patterson Oliver, turner, h 105 Broadway 

Patton Chas. V. h e s Ewing b Wayne and Washington 

Patton Jesse, baggage master P., Ft. W. & C. R. R., h e s Ewing b 

Wayne and Washington 
Patton Wm. carpenter, bds 32 E. Main 

Paul Chas. teamster, h s s High west of Lima Plank Road, Blooming- 
dale 
Paul Ferdinand, blacksmith, h G3 W. Jeflferson 
Paul Frederick, laborer, h s w c Harrison and Highland 
Paul Henry, clerk 130 Columbia, bds 16 W. Jefferson 
PAUL & KOESTER, (Wm. P. & Christian K.) Dealers in Stone, 

Lime, Cement, Plaster, &c.. Office nee Pearl and Cass 
Paul Wm (P. & Koester) h 16 W. Jefferson 
PAUL WM., Dealer in Family Groceries, Provisions, Flour, Feed, 

(fcc , 130 Columbia; h 16 W. Jefferson 
Payne Wm. C. carpenter, res Bloomingdale 
Pearson Chas. H. drayman, h 190 W. Main 
Peirce Everett, machinist, h 103 Madison 
PELTIER & CARLL, (Louis P. & Geo. S. C.) Undertakers, 24 

E. Berry 
PELTIER J. C, Photograph Gallery, 106 Columbia, up stairs ; h 

n w c Clay and Montgomery 
Peltier Louis, (P. & Carll) h 49 E. Lewis 
Penman Tho.%. brakeman, bds Mrs. Elizabeth Iba's 
Pennal John, carpenter, bds 85 Barr 
Pens Conrad, saloon, w s Broadway b Pritchard and P., Ft. W. & C. 

R. R 
Peppert Amos, cooper, h s s Wayne b Hanna and Francis 
Pequeno Felix, clerk 79 Columbia, bds Rockhill House 
Pcquegnot C. F. laborer, h e s Hanna south of South Corp. Line 
Pequenot Frank, laborer, h e s Force south of Grant 
Perkins A. printer, bds Hedekin House 
Perpear John, laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Perrot August, h s s Lasselle b Lafayette and Cass, Lasselle's Addition 
Perry B. bricklayer, h n w c Bluffton Plank Road and Nirdlinger 
Perry J. B. engineer, h n e c Wayne and Fulton 
Perry Joseph, carpenter, h s e c Oak and Division 
Peters I'ritz, porter, Rockhill House 
Petgen Nicholas, laborer, h n e c Melita and Kansas 
Pettengill Mrs. A. M. dress maker, bds 86 E. Main 
Pettyjohn Augustus, clerk A. & M. Nirdlinger's, bds American House 
Pettyjohn Ellen, clerk 91 Columbia, h 59 W. Main 
Pettyjohn John, clerk 86 Columbia, h 59 W. Main 
Pettys Edwin, machinist, h 243 Lafayette 

Pctzinger F., jr. boiler maker, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Boiler Yard 
Petzinger F., sen. boiler maker, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Boiler Yard 
Petzinger Louisa, widow, res Dietrich Myers', Bloomingdale 
Pfeiffer Christ, cattle broker, h e s Lima Plank Road north of Canal 

Feeder 
Pfeiffer Christian, (Holmes, P. & Co.) res country 



FORT WAYNE [PIT] DIRECTORr. 141 



Pfeiffer Christian C. laborer, h w s Hauna b Holman and Houo-h 
PFEIFFER J. C. & CO., (John C. P, Fred. Wehr ° & Jacob 

Tlmmm) Proprietors Bloomingdale Flour Mills, e s Lima Plank 

Road at Canal Feeder, Bloomingdale 
Pfeiffer John C. (J. C. P. & Co.) res country 
Pfeiffer Joseph, stone cutter, wks Sutermeister & Becker's 
Pfleger Joseph, teamster, h 90 W. Berry 
Phelps Abbie H. teacher, at Jefferson Public School 
Phelps Geo. clerk, bds 107 Jackson 
Phelps James C. brakeman, h 107 Jackson 

Phillabaum John M. broom maker, h s s Grand b Harrison and Webster 
Phillabaum Margaret, seamstress, h 237 W. Washington 
Philley Eli S. teacher, h 204 Laiayette 
Philley Milton S. teacher, bds 204 Lafayette 
Philley Wm. H. teacher, bds 201 Lafayette 

Phillips B. groceries e s Calhoun opp Phoenix Block, h 121 W. Main 
Phillips Elizabeth, widow, h 212 Lafayette 
PHILLIPS GEORGE, Proprietor Phillips House, n w c Columbia 

and Lafayette 
PHILLIPS HOUSE, Geo. Phillips, Proprietor, n w c Columbia 

and Laftiyette 
Phillips John, hostler, at Old Fort House 
Phillips M. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. II. R. Shops 
Phillips Patrick, laborer, li s w c North Cass aud 2d, Bloomingdale 
Pickard Thomas R. foreman Bass & Hanna's, h s s Washington b Barr 

and Lafayette 
Pichon Augusta, waiter, Mayer House 
PIEPENBRINK MRS. B. & E., Millinery Rooms, n w c Calhoun 

and Jefferson 
PIEPENBRINK CHRISTIAN, City Treasurer ; Office, 9 w s 

Clinton b Main and Columbia; h n w c Calhoun aud Jefferson 
Piepenbrink Eliza, (Mrs. B. & E. P.) h n w c Calhoun aad Jefferson 
Pieper Frederick, blacksmith, h 69 W. Jefferson 

PIERCE J. S., Planing and Flooring Mill and Bedstead Manufactu- 
rer, u s Pearl b Ewing and Griffith ; h 257 W. Wayne 
PIERR ^J. & P., (Jacob k Peter) Dealers in Dry Goods, Notions, 

Hats,"Caps, Groceries, &c,, w s Calhoun b Main and Columbia, 1 

Phoenix Block 
Pierr Jacob, (J. & P. P.) b e s Calhoun b Washington and Jefferson 
Pierr Peter, (J. & P. Pierr) h u w c Washington and Union 
Pigeon Nicholas, laborer, h n e c Melita and Kan.sas 
Pio Wm. collar maker, h n e c Lima Plank Road and 1st, Bloomingdale 
Pipeubrink Conrad D. grocery, 51 W. Washington, h 48 W. Wash- 



ington 



Piper Fred, machinist, T., W. & W. R. R. Machine Shop 
Pisano Martin, shoe maker, h 92 W. Jefferson 
Pishon Fiank, laborer, h 145 Hanna 

PITTSBURGH, Ft. WAYNE & CHICAGO RAILWAY, 

Freight Depot aud Office, u e c Clinton aud Railroad Trat-k 

PITTSBURGH, Ft WAYNE & CHICAGO RAILWAY, 

Machine, Blacksmith, Boiler, Car, Paiut, Coppersmith ^hups, 
Round House and Yard, n s Railroad Track, b Clinton aud Clay 
Pittsburgh, Ft. Wayne & Chicago Railway Passenger Depot aud Ticket 
Office, on Railroad b Calhoun and Clinton 



142 



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[PUT] 



DIRECTORY. 



PITTSBURGH, Ft. WAYNE & CHICAGO RAILWAY, 

AVestern Division General Office, u e c Ilailroad aud Clinton 
Plegomeier Fred, laborer, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Go's 

Flock Herman, fireman, h 19G \V. Jefi"erson 

Ploor Ellen, widow, h w s Calhoun b Jeiferson and Lewis 

Pluege Louis, h n s High w of Cass, Bloomingdale 

Plues Sherman, fireman, bds Luther Wright's 

Pofi"enberger Jacob, farmer, h 143 E. Jefferson 

Poffenberger Joshua, fireman, h 143 E. Jefferson 

Pogeman Wm. laborer, bds John Hoflfet's 

Pogilear Frederick, wagon maker, bds 61 Montgomery 

Poitsch Frederick, basket maker, h s s Water b Cass and Ewing 

Polhamus Albert H. engineer, h e s Lafayette b Montgomery and Holraan 

Polihan Geo. harness maker, bds 227 E. Wayne 

Pond Frank W. book-keeper 83 Columbia, bds Hamilton House 

Poole E. O. engineer, h 146 W. Jefferson 

Porter Mrs. A. L. res A. Gibford's 

Porter Humphrey, boiler maker, h 77 W. Jefferson 

Posthauer Chas. W. printer, bds John M. Koch's 

POST OFFICE, e s Court b Main and Berry, Moses Drake, P. M 

Poston E. W. patent right agent, h n s Jones b College and Nelson 

Potter John, carpenter, bds s w e Griffith and Pearl 

POTTER JOSEPH L., Contractor, Carpenter and Stair Builder; 
Shop, nee Main and Griffith ; h 250 W. Wayne 

Potter Thomas, carpenter, h s w c Griffith and Pearl 

Poulson Britton, pattern and model maker, 27 and 29 W. Water 

Powell Charity, widow, h n s Duck b Clinton and Barr 

Powell David, plumber, h n e c Washington and^Rockhill 

Powers John A. hacks, h 156 E. Wayne 

Poyser Hiram, pattern maker, h 176 W. Jefferson 

Pranger Barney, laborer, bds John H. Pranger's 

Pranger Conrad, laborer, h 204 E. Washington 

Pranger John H, carpenter, h s e c Washington and Clay 

Pratt Allen, brick layer, bds 10 Montgomery 

Pratt Wm. T. office sec Main and Court, h 20 Douglas Av 

Prentice Patrick, laborer, h s s Baker b McClellan and Fairfield Av 

Prentiss Chas. C. res Joseph R. Prentiss', Bloomingdale 

Prentiss Joseph R. (J. C. Bowser & Co.) h s e c Lima Plank Road and 
3d, Bloomingdale 

Pressler Geo. carpenter, h n s Butler b Hoagland and Fairfield Av 

Pressler John, tinner, bds sec Barr and Wayne 

Prince Mary A. waiter Rockhill House 

Prince Thomas, machinist, h w s Lima Plank Road, Bloomingdale 

Privett Squire, teamster, h s w c Broadway and Wilt 

Probasco A. C. collector W. & E. Canal Co., n w c Clinton and Colum- 
bia, h s w c Main and Lafayette 

Probasco M. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Round House 

Probasco Mahlon, laborer, bds Clark Snider's 

Prouger Barney, laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Prusard Wm. laborer, h s e c 3d aud N. Cass, Bloomingdale 

Pugh Sarah A. res 74 E. Washington 

Putnam Harvey N. h 117 E Wayne 



FORT WAYNE [RAN] DIRECTORY. 143 



Q 



Queen Patrick, laborer, bds Catharine Gilford's 
Quick Louis, conductor, bds Mayer House 

Quicksell Peter, engineer, h e s Blutfton Plank Road b Lavina and Rail- 
road 
Quicksell Samuel, yard master, h 113 Wilt 
Quicksell Thomas, fireman, h 113 Wilt 
Quidor Nathan, engineer, h 48 Wilt 
Quinn James, h 101 W. Jefferson 

Quinn Michael, laborer, h s s Taylor b Fairfield Av. and Oakley 
Quinn Wm. porter 86 Columbia, h n s Duck b Clinton and Barr 

E 

Raab Fred. (R. & Noll) h 173 E. Washington 

RAAB JOHN, Pork Packer and Dealer in Groceries, Provisions, &c., 

92 Columbia; h 112 W. Jeiferson 
Eaab & Noll, (Fred. R. & Chas. jST.) meat store, s s Columbia b Clinton 

and Barr 
Rable John, shoemaker, bds sec Calhoun and Washington 
Rabus John, tailor, h w s Lima Plank Road b High and Bowser, Bloom- 

ingdale 
Rabus Magdaleua, widow, h n s Douglas w of Lima Plauk Road, Bloom- 

ingdale 
RACINE A., Manufacturer of Horse Collars, 36 Columbia, sec Barr, 

res Bloomingdale 
Eaeine F. L. horse collars, n e c 1st and N. Cass, Bloomingdale 
Racine Jacob, collar maker A. Racine's, bds 57 Barr 
Racine Jaques, collar maker, bds nee Water and Clinton 
Racine Theophilus, collar maker A. Raciue's, bds u e c Clinton and Water 
Radabaugh Beuj. A. fireman, h s s Melita b Harrison and \ycbstcr 
Radabaugh Elijah, brakeman, bds Herman Sauppe's 
Radabaugh Robert, brakeman, bds Herman Sauppe's 
Rady Wm. laborer, h w s lloagland b Colerick and Williams 
Raedy Joseph, tailor, w s Calhoun b Jefferson and Lewis 
Raetze Tobias, carpenter, h 2-19 W. Wayne 

Rahdert Frederick, laborer, h n s George b Fulton and Broadway 
Rahe Henry, carpenter, h 127 Broadway 

Raher Margaret, widow, h s s Jefierson b Union and Rockhill 
Rahliug Conrad, tailor, h 95 Madison 

Rahthert Henry, planer, h s s High w of Lima Plank Road, Bloomiugdale 
Railing Conrad, blacksmith, h 51 Madison 
RAILROAD EATING HOUSE, on P., Ft. W & C. R. R. Track 

b Calhoun and Clinton, Henry McKeuuie, Proprietor 
Raiser Geo. laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's , 

Rambo B. W. watch maker, 2 Aveline House Block, h 120 W. \\ ash- 

ington 
Ramsey Nancy, widow, h w s Fulton b Washington and Jeffersou 
Randall Horace, printer, bds 117 Broadway 



144 FORT WAYNE [RED] DIRECTORY. 

RANDALL F. P., Attorney at Law, Land and Insurance Agent ; 
Office, w s Clinton b Columbia and 31ain ; h n e c Lafayette and 
Berry 
Raiika Henry, machinist, "wks J. C. Bowser & Co's 
Eankc & Co. (Wm. R. et Wm. Yergeus) saw mill, nee Griffith and W. 

& E. Canal 
Ranke Frederick, machinist, h 119 W. Washinoton 
Ranke Wm. (R. & Co.) h 121 W. Washington" 

Ranuey James, h n w c Jefferson and Garden ■* 

Ranz Adam, laborer, h 249 E. Washington 
Rapp Chas. clerk Lillie & Bro's. h s w c Calhoun and Water 
Rapp Christian, saloon, n s Main b Calhoun and Harrison 
RAQUET CHRISTIAN, Gun Manufocturer and Dealer in Guns, 

Pistols, Fishing Apparatus, &e., n s Main b Calhoun and Harrison 
Eaquet Peter, gunsmith, h n w c Harrison and Wayne 
Rassart Peter, laborer, h w s Hanna b Charles and Lasselle 
Rastetter Chas. clerk 90 Columbia, h w s N. Cass b 1st and River, Bloom- 

ingdale 
RASTETTER LOUIS, Machinist, Manufacturer of Tower Clocks, 
Printing Presses ; also. Gear Cutting, 46 W. Jefferson; h u e c Cal- 
houn and Jefferson 
Rater Fred, laborer, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Round House 
Rau Casper, saloon, w s Lafayette b Main and Columbia 
Rauh Gustave, plasterer, h n w c N. Cass and 2d, Bloomingdale 
Rauhaus Herman, (C. Schmidt & Co.) h se c Washington and Broadway 
Rauner Alles, bar keeper, bds Joseph Rauner's 
Rauner Joseph, .painter, h s s Grand b Calhoun and Harrison 
Rauner Joseph, saloon, e s Calhoun b Railroad Track and Wallace, h s s 

Grand b Calhoun and Harrison 
Rawley Andrew, helper, wks T. W. & W. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
RAY WM. F., Master Mechanic, Toledo, Wabash & Western Rail- 
way Co. ; Office, at Shops, on Railroad west of Ewing ; bds Daniel 
Stine's 

Read , painter, bds Mrs. Mary Treep's 

READ A. J. & SON, (Andrew J. & Henry A.) Proprietors City 

Livery and Sale Stable, n s Wayne b Calhoun and Harrison 
Read Andrew J. (A. J. R. & Son) h n s Wayne b Calhoun and Harrison 
Read Henry A. (A. J. Read & Son) h e s Ewing b Wayne and Wash- 
ington 
READ M. & CO., (Moses R. & Franklin Johnson) General Pro- 
duce Dealers, 40 Columbia 
Read Moses, (M. R. & Co.) h 126 W. Main 

Ready David, engineer, h s s Colerick b Prince and Fairfield Av 
Reasoner Minnie, servant, Hanna House 
Redeker Chas. conductor, bds Mayer House 

tvedelsheimcr David S. (S. Redelsheimer & Son) h ')C) W. Wayne 
Redelsheimer Flora, clerk 91 Columbia, h 48 W. Wayne 
Redelsheimer H. notions, e s Calhoun near Main, li s e c Harrison and 

Washington 
Redelsheimer Max, clerk, bds H. Redelsheimer's 

REDELSHEIMER S. & SON,_ (Sigmund & David S.) Whole- 
sale Dealers in Groceries, Wines, Liquors, &c., 93 Columbia 
Redelsheimer Sigmund, (S. R. & Son) h 48 W. Wayne 
Iledfield Geo. H. clerk, Mayer House 



FORT WAYNE [KEI] DIRECTORY. 145 



Reed Frank, laborer, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Go's 

Reed Isaac N, molder, h 208 E. Jefferson 

Reed J. S. clerk 57 Columbia, h e s Monroe b Berry and Wayne 

REED JOHN, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Leather, Findings, 

&c., 57 Columbia ; bds Aveline House 
Reed Joseph, engineer, h 200 Lafayette 
Reehling Jacob, teamster, h 220 Madison 
Reehling Philip, harness maker, bds 220 Madison 
Reeker H. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 
Reeps Chas. carpenter, h n s Henry b Fairfield Av. and Oakley 
Reese Chas. chair maker, h 75 Montgomery 
Reese Geo. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 
Reffelt Henry, res Henry Grennamann's 
Ruffelt Wm. R. carpenter, h w s Barr b Main and Columbia 
Regan T. dry goods, 98 Columbia, h s e c Lewis and Harrison 
Register in Brankruptcy Oifice, n w c Main and Calhoun ; David P. 

AVhedon, Register 
Eehling A. boiler maker, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. E. Boiler Yard 
Rehling Conrad, blacksmith, h 51 Madison 
Rehling Conrad, tailor, h 95 Madison 
Rehling Ernst, boiler maker, h 157 E. Lewis 
Rehling Fred, blacksmith, h w s Gay near S. Corp. Line 
Rehling Henry, boiler maker, h 155 E. Lewis 
Rehling John, laborer, h 99 Montgomery 

Rehm Christian, laborer, h u s Williams b Harrison and Webster 
Rehm Christian, laborer, h 24:1 W. Washington 
Rehra Christ, laborer, h 128 Madison 

Rehm Peter, laborer, h s w c Lima Plank Road and High, Bloomingdale 
Rehm Samuel, carpenter, h e s Bluffton Plank Road b Laviua and llaii- 

road 
Rehnen Bernard, book-keeper 56 Calhoun, bds G4 W. Wayne 
Rehnen Ulrich, brick layer, h 64 W. Wayne 
Rehorst Frederick, carpenter, h 218 E. Jefferson 
Reid A. D. (A. D. R. & Co.) h n e c Berry and Broadway 
REID A. D. & CO., (A. D. R. & R. A. Ligget) Manuf^icturers of 

Steel Plows, Harrows, Cultivators, &c., s w c Main & Maiden Lane 
Reidt J. H. laborer, h east end of Lewis 

Reiling August, locksmith and gunsmith, n w c Pearl and Ewing 
Reiling Conrad, laborer, wks sec Calhoun and Washington 
Reiling Deitrich, laborer, bds s e c Calhoun and Washington 
Reiling Fred, carpenter, h 5 Hood 
Reimerman "Henry, blacksmith, h 109 Broadway 
Reinewald Henry, laborer, h e s Webster b Dawson and Williams 
Reinewald Wm. laborer, h s w c Harrison and Dawson 
Reinhard Mathias, shoe maker, h 239 E. Jefferson 
Reinhart John, helper, h w s Force b Jones and Grant 
Reinicke Christian, upholsterer, h 105 Barr 
Reiuicke Fred, upholsterer, wks 50 E. Main 
Reinke F. W. at Concordia College 
Reinking Fred, clerk 103 Columbia, h 183 Ewing 
Reis Geo. laborer, h u s iSirdlinger west of Bluffton Plank Road 
Reiter Andrew C. printer, bds n e c Berry and Clay 
Reiter Edward F. wheat buyer, h n e c Clay and Berry 
Reiter Henry, machinist, h n s Wall west of Bluffton Plank Road 



146 FORT WAYNE [IIIEJ DIRECTORY. 

REITER GEORGE, Manufacturer and Dealer in Cigars, Tobacco. 

&c., 3 Aveliue House Block ; h w s Webster b Wayne and Berry 
Reitmiller Geo. laborer, wks Empire Flouring Mills 

REKERS B. JOHN, Carpenter, h s w c Ewing and AVasbington 
REKERS CLEMENS A., liccorder Allen County ; Office, in 

Court House ; h 21 W. Wayne 
REKERS GERHARD, JJealer in Family Groceries, Provisions, 

&c., nee Ewiug and VVasbington ; h n w c Wayne and Webster 
Remer Frank, clerk,^Whiting & Kalbacber's 
Remert Henry J. foreman^ Murray & J'.aker's 
Remmert H. carder, wks Summit City Woolen Mills 
Remmert Herman, laborer, b n s Douglas opp Marion, Bloomingdale 
Remmert John H. pattern maker, b w s Calhoun b Jefferson and Lewis 
Renaud Julia, widow, h n e c Water and Clinton 
Eeneau Isaac, laborer, h n s P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. b Fairfield Av. and 

Webster 

Renfrew , laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Renfrew Lide, milliner, bds Mrs. S J. Delzell's 

Renfrew R. K. cooper, h e s Force b Grant and Jones 

Renfrew Robert G. res R. K. Renfrew's 

RENNER F. O. W., Teacher of Drawing, h 96 E.Jefferson 

Renner W. F. blacksmith, h 96 E. Jefferson 

Renschler David, laborer, h n s Wall west of Hood 

Renshaw Joseph, molder, h e s Harrison b Highland and Dawson 

Rensman Barney, porter 56 Calhoun, h 58 W." Wayne 

Rentschler David, laborer, wks Suternieister & Becker's 

Reuz Adam, laborer, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Reppie W. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Lumber Yard 

Resiog John, cabinet maker, wks J. S. Pierce's 

Roup John, blacksmith, wks J. C. Bowser & Go's 

Reynolds A. laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Reynolds J. W. candy maker, h 105 Barr 

Reynolds John, candy maker, h 105 Barr 

Rhinesmith John, (Clark & R.) h 211 W. Wayne 

Rhodemaier Fred, laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Rhodenbeck A. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Rhodenbeck C. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Rhodes Jo.'^iah, cooper, wks Fred. Mettey's 

Rholeman W. painter, wks P., Ft. W. & C R. R. PaintShop 

Rice Polly, widow, h n s Duck b Clinton and Barr 

Richard David, cupalo tender, h s s Lasselle b Hanna and Monroe 

Richard Elizabeth, widow, h 14 E. Water 

Richard George, bill poster, bds 14 E. Water 

Richard John, laborer, bds 14 E. Water 

Richard Samuel, laborer, bds 14 E. Water 

Richards David, cupalo tender, wks Murray & Baker's 

Richardson H. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. A: C. R. R. Machine Shop 

Richey Amos, ( McCulIoch k R.) h 87 W. Main 

Richey Mary, waiter, Aveliue House 

Richey Sarah, widow, h 128 Jackson 

Richmond A. Jj. h 80 Montgomery 

Ridley Michael, porter 18 W. Berry, h cor Durye and Fairfield Av 

Ricdel John, teacher, h 196 Barr 

Riedle Michael, laborer, h s s'Dutye b Hoagland and Fairfield Av 



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Riemaa S. D. clerk J. & P. Pierr's, h 61 E. Jefferson 

Rieter Frederick, drayman, h n e c Douglas Av. and Webster 

Riley Anthony, laborer, h n s Lewis b Francis and Harmer 

Riley Joseph E. laborer, wks Thos. Stevens' 

Riley Mary, widow, res Anthony Haverley's 

Riley Wm. laborer, h n s Butler b Webster and Hoagland 

Rinerman Henry, blacksmith, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Ring John, laborer, h n s Chicago near Calhoun 

Rink Emma, chambermaid, Mayer House 

Rinwald Henry, carpenter, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Car Shop 

Rinwald Wm. carpenter, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Car Shop 

Rippe Wm. carpenter, h e s Oakley b Poplar and Henry 

Rising John, cabinet maker, h s s High west of Lima Plank Road, 

Bloomingdale 
Rising Magdalena, widow, h s s High west of Lima Plank Road, Bloom- 
ingdale 
Ritter Anthony, stone mason, h w s Lima Plank Eoad b High and 

Bowser, Bloomingdale 
Ritter F. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 
Ritter Jacob, machinist, h e s Lafayette b Buchanan and Lasselle 
Ritz Lawrence, laborer, bds Fred. Herbst's 
Ritze Tobias, foreman Cochran, Humphrey & Co's 
Roach J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Roach James, laborer, h n w c BaKer and Webster 
Roach John, h s w c Calhoun and Water 
Robbe Alphonse, bds 38 Columbia 

Robbins Chas. carpenter, h e s Hanna b Montgomery and Hough 
Roberts Wm. A. (Brandriff & R.) bds Aveline House 
ROBERTSON ROBERT S., Attorney at Law and Notary Public, 

Office n w c Main and Calhoun, up stairs ; h n s Holman east of 

Calhoun 
Robertson W. Gr. book-keeper, h n e c Brackenridge and McClellan 
Robinson Chas. H. conductor, h w s Jackson b Berry and Wayne 
Robinson David, bds American House 

Robinson Henry H. at James H. Robinson's, bds Hamilton House 
ROBINSON JAMES H., Manufacturer and Dealer in Boots, 

Shoes and Leather, Harrison street west end of Columbia ; bds 

Hamilton House 
Robinson James H., sen. shoe dealer, bds Hamilton House 
Robinson Sarah J. widow, h 235 W. Washington 
Robinson's Block, Harrison street west end of Columbia 
Robison E. B. book-keeper A. S. Evans', bds Hanna House 
RochoU M. A. boots and shoes, 30 E. Berry 
Rockhill Emily, widow, h s e c College nnd Wayne 
ROCKHILL HOUSE, Philo Rumsey, Proprietor, s w c Main and 

Broadway 
Rodabaugh -^^-, fireman. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 
Rodabaugh T. J. painter, h n w c Jefferson and Van Buren 
Rodemann John W. cigar maker, h n w c Highland and Harrison 
Rodemann Wm. cigar maker, h n w c Harrison and Highland 
Rodenback Fred, boiler maker, h 208 E. Jefferson 
Rodenback Wm. helper, h 65 Madison 
Rodenbeck Conrad, blacksmith, h 160 E. Lewis 
Rodenbeck H. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 



]48 FORT WAYNE [ROS] DIRECTORY. 

Rodenbeck Wm. boiler maker, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Boiler Shop 
Kodenberger Geo. laborer, b n s Henry b lioagland and Fairfield Av 
Roeling; Philip, laborer, li s s Oak b Division and Summit 
Roelle Frank, engineer, li w s Calhoun b Jefferson and Lewis 
Roelle Jacob, machinist, h w s Calhoun b Jefferson and Lewis 
Roelle Susan, widow, h w s Calhoun b Jefferson and Lewis 
Roembke F. laborer, wks Bass & Hanna's 
Roereutz Rosa, widow, h 131 E. Washington 
Roesler Henry, machinist, h n s Jefferson b Ewing and Griffith 
Rogers Bridget, widow, h 101 Jackson 
Rogers C. H. printer, bds Mayer House 
Rogers Henry, printer, bds 85 Barr 
Rogers John, h 152 E. Wayne 
Rogers O. D. carpenter, h 277 W. Jefferson 
Rogers Wm. H. boiler maker, h 189 E. Jefferson 
Rogge Wm. carpenter, h n w c McClellan and Brackenridge 
Rohe August, molder, wks J. C. Bowser & Go's 
Rohley Frank, engineer, h 15 W. Jefferson 
Rohlmann Wm. painter, h 181 Ewing 
Rohrer John, (R. & Zollinger) res Bloomingdale 

Rohrer & Zollinger, (John R. & Henry C. Z.) chair manufacturers, fac- 
tory n w c Clinton and Water, warerooms 24 E. Water 
Rolls H. dry goods, notions, &c., 84 Columbia 
Roler John, drayman, h 58 W. Wayne 
Rolf Fred, stone mason, h s s Wall west of Hood 
Rolley J. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 
Rollihan Kate, waiter, Aveline House 
Rolston James, machinist, h n e c Clay and Hough 
Romaine Nicholas T. (Clark & R.) bds John H. Clark's 
Romary Armand, clerk 52 Columbia, h 8G E. Jefferson 
Romary Augustus, teamster, bds James Edmonds', Bloomingdale 
Romary Joseph J. J. F. clerk 89 Columbia, h e s Monroe b Main and 

Berry 
Rombke Henry, carpenter, h 151 E. Lewis 
Ronan Patrick, laborer, bds John Lundy's 
Roouey J. engineer. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 
Roope Mary, widow, h 30 W. Lewis 

ROOT & COMPANY, (L. B. R., E. C. Rurode, E. F. Carry & 
Geo. W. Knowltou, of New York) New York Store, Wholesale and 
Retail Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, 90 Columbia 
Root L. B. (R. & Company) bds Hamilton House 
Ropa Fred, carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Go's 
Ropa Wm. (F. Kanne & Co.) h s e c Jefferson and Broadway 
Rose Amanda, widow, h 107 W. Jefferson 
Rose Anthony, laborer, h 75 W. Washington 

Rosenbaum F. saloon w s Calhoun near Berry, h s s Washington b Cal- 
houn and Harrison 
Rosenberg Moritz, laborer, wks Schrocder & Kayser's 
Rosenberger Chas. painter, h e s Lafayette b St. Francis and Crcighton 
Rosenthal Albert, traveling agent, 5(J Calhoun 
Rosenthal Ephraim, horse dealer, h 30 W. Washington 
Rosenthal Isaac M. physician w s Calhoun b Main and Berry, h 100 AY. 

Berry 
Rosenthal Max, (Lamley & R.) h 99 W. Wayne 



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149 




Pritchard b Broadway and Van Buren 
at Hedekin House 

112 E. Berry 
i'orce and Jones 
^. Main 

t. W. & C. R. R. Shops 
House 
!er, h 227 E. Wayne 
. w c Calhoun and Jefferson 
. C. Beaver's 
■ e c Washington and Barr 

; mbia, bds sec Washington and Barr 
106 W. Washington 



20 W. Main 

Hebrew School s w c Harrison and Wayne, 

e s Webster b Melita and Highland 

ill's Mill three-fourths of a mile north of 

, Auditor Allen County, Office in Court 

) res Bloomingdale 
Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 
h 62 Madison 
iveline House 
Lafayette b Main and Columbia 

s s Williams b Hoagland and Fairfield Av 
{ w c Madison and Lafayette 
- Wilt b Jackson and Union 
Jefferson 
t. Myers' 
.ima Plank Road and 2d, Bloomingdale 
bds Rockhill House 
'lerk, Rockhill House, s w c Main and 



le 



3tor Rockhill House, s w c Main and 



. Washington 
"rimois 
• Lewis and Francis 
^outh of Grant 
li of Grant 
']. Washington 
iJefferson 

Itgomery b Barr and Laftiyette 
': b Hanna and Francis 
ue 
:r west of Bluifton Plank Road 



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Rodenbeck Wm. boiler maker, wks T' 
Kodenberger Geo. laborer, h n s Henr 
Roeling Philip, laborer, h s s Oak b D 



Roelle Frank, 



engineer. 



h w s Calhoun 



Roelle Jacob, machinist, h w s Calhoun 
Roelle Susan, widow, h w s Calhoun b J 
Roembke F. laborei'. wks Bass & Hanna 
Roerentz Rosa, widow, h 131 E. Washin 
Roesler Henry, machinist, h n s Jefferson 
Rogers Bridget, widow, h 101 Jackson 
Rogers C. H. printer, bds Mayer House 
Rogers Henry, printer, bds 85 Barr 
Rogers John, h J 52 E. Wayne 
Rogers O. D. carpenter, h 277 W. Jefferso)! 
Rogers Wm. H. boiler maker, h 189 E. Je 
Rogge Wm. carpenter, h n w c McClellan j| 
Rohe August, molder, wks J. C. Bowser &' 
Rohley Frank, engineer, h 15 W. Jeffersoi 
Rohlmann Wm. painter, h 181 Bwing 
Rohrer John, (R. & Zollinger) res Bloomi; 
Rohrer & Zollinger, (John R. & Henry Cjj; 

tory n w c Clinton and Water, warero 
Rolls H. dry goods, notions, &c., 84 Colui|| 
Roler John, drayman, h 58 W. Wayne 
Rolf Fred, stone mason, h s s Wall west cp 
Rolley J. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. 
Rollihau Kate, waiter, AA^eline House 
Rolston James, machinist, h n e c Clay a 
Romaine Nicholas T. (Clark & R.) bds J 
Romary Annan d, clerk 52 Columbia, h 8 
Romary Augustus, teamster, bds James 
Romary Joseph J. J. F. clerk 89 Colum 

Berry 
Rombke Henry, carpenter, h 151 E. Lew 
Ronan Patrick, laborer, bds John Lundy 
Rooney J. engineer. P., Ft. W. & C. R.l. 
Roope Mary, widow, h 30 W. Lewis 

ROOT & COMPANY, (L. B. R. 

Geo. W. Knowltou, of New York) : 

Retail Dealers in Foreign and Doni 
Root L. B. (R. & Company) bds Hami 
Ropa Fred, carpenter, wks Cochran, H 
Ropa Wm. (F. Kauue & Co.) h s e c 
Rose Amanda, widow, h 107 W. Jefic' 
Rose Anthony, laborer, h 75 W. W:ir. 
Rosenbaum F. saloon w s Calhoun iu| 

houn and Harrison 
Rosenberg Moritz, laborer, wks Schr 
Rosenberger Chas. painter, h e s La 
Rosenthal Albert, traveling agent, 
Rosenthal Ephraim, horse dealer, h 
Rosenthal Isaac M. physician w s 

Berry 
Rosenthal Max, (Lamley & R.) h 









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Rosner Julius, tailor, h 125 Wilt 

Ross Enoch, laborer, h 24 Wall 

Rossbacher Carl, slioemaker, h n s Pritchard b Broadway and Van Buren 

Rossington Richard, (Mills & R.) at Hedekin House 

Rossingtou Win. h 112 E. Berry 

Rossington Wm., jr. brakeiaan, h 112 E. Berry 

Roth Barney, laborer, h n w c Force and Jones 

Roth Fred, stone cutter, h 92 E. Main 

Rothert H. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. K Shops 

Rothcrs Mary, cook, Eockhill House 

Rothmann Bernhard, bricklayer, h 227 E. Wayne 

RothoiF Wm. cigar maker, h n w c Calhoun and Jefferson 

Rouzer C. M. laborer, wks A. C. Beaver's 

Rowan Mrs. B. A. widow, h s e e Washington and Barr 

Rowan Jane, h 120 Clinton 

Rowan Stephen, clerk 90 Columbia, bds sec Washington and Barr 

Rowe James H. machinist, h 106 W. Washington 

Rowser Cass, bds 85 Barr 

Rubeo E. marble cutter, bds 220 W. Main 

Rubin Rev. Edward, principal Hebrew School s w c Harrison and Wayne, 

h 80 W. Main 
Ruby Arthur M. watchman, h e s Webster b Melita and Highland 
Rudisill Mrs. H. res at Rudisill's Mill three-fourths of a mile north of 

the city 
RUDISILL HENRY J., Auditor Allen County, Office in Court 

House; h 110 W. Berry 
Rudolph Frank, (Schwartz & R.) res Bloomingdale 
Rudolph G. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 
Rudolph Gottlieb, upholsterer, h 62 Madison 
Rudy Hannah, chambermaid, Aveline House 
Rue Nicholas, teacher, bds w s Lafayette b Main and Columbia 
Ruff Mary, res Wm. Hoover's 

Ruggaber Joseph, carpenter, h s s Williams b Hoagland and Fairfield Av 
Rumbke Frederick, helper, h n w c Madison and Lafayette 

Rumbold Gottlieb, laborer, h s s Wilt b Jackson and Union 

Rump Ernst, carpenter, h 66 W. Jefferson 

Rump Hiram, carpenter, bds Geo. Myers' 

Rumpf P. P. foreman, h n e c Lima Plank Road and 2d, Bloomingdale 

Rumsey Henry B., U. S. Navy, bds Rockhill House 

RUBISEY JAMES B., Clerk, Rockhill House, s w c Main and 
Broadway 

RUMSEY PHILO, Proprietor Rockhill House, s w c Main and 
Broadway 

Rundel Chas. conductor, h 152 W. Washington 

Ruudel Isaac, h n e c Lewis and Francis 

Rundel Martin, brakeraan, bds n e c Lewis and Francis 

Runnels Alex, laborer, h w s Force south of Grant 

Runnels Nicholas, h e s Force south of Grant 

Rupert Ira, (Starkey & R.) h 123 E. Washington 

Rupp John, blacksmith, h 275 W. Jefferson 

Ruppel John, bricklayer, h n s Montgomery b Barr and Lafiiyctte 

Ruppel John, boatman, h s s Wayne b Hanna and Francis 

Ruppel Paul, laborer, h 258 E. Wayne 

Rupple F. brieklaver, h n s Nirdlinger west of Bluffton Plank Road 



150 FORT WAYNE [SAR] DIRECTORY. 

Rurode E. C. (Root & Co.) bds Aveliue House 

Rushtou Samuel, blacksmith, h w s Fairfield Av. b T., "\V. & W. R. R. 

and Locust 
Rushton Thomas, patent ricrht a<:^ent, h 128 Madison 
Russell Geo. F. (Johnston & R.) bds 84 W. Berry 
Russell Peter, carpenter, h n e c Wilt and Nelson 
Russell Wm. painter, h s s Walnut b Fairfield Av. and Oakley 
Rutenbeck F. boiler maker, wks Bass & Hanna's 
Euthrauff Charles, book-keeper Empire Flour Mills, h liG Clinton 
Ruthrauff W. H. clerk 90 Columbia, bds 146 Clinton 
Ruzer Wm. carpenter, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Car Shop 
Eyall John, civil engineer, h n e c Jefferson and Nelson 
RYAN DANIEL, Justice of the Peace; Ofiice, w s Calhoun opp. 

Court House, Hamilton's Hall Building ; h s e c Brackenridge aud 

Webster 
Ryan Margaret, h 187 E. Jefferson 
Ryan Mary, widow, h s w c Pearl and Maiden Lane 
Ryan Mary, widow, h n s T., W. & W. R. R. w of Fairfield Av 
Ryan Mary, widow, h e s Calhoun b Washington and Jefferson 
Ryan Michael, helper, wks Murray & Baker's 
Ryan Patrick, carpenter, h u s Baker b Harrison and Webster 
Ryan Patrick, shoe maker, h e s Calhoun b Lewis and Holman 
Ryan Rosauna, widow, h e s Pine b T., W. &. W. R, R. and Locust 



Saffan Thos. machinist, h n s Montgomery b Monroe and Hanna 

St. Joseph's Catholic School, s w c Lafayette and Jefferson 

St. Mary's School, (Catholic) Sister Salesia, Superior, see Lafayette aud 

Jefferson 
ST. NICHOLAS SALOON AND RESTAURANT, Con. 

Schenck, Proprietor, e s Calhoun b Berry and Wayne 
Sale T. W. res Ft. Wayne Female College w end of Wayne 
Salge Ferdinand, laborer, h 123 Madison 
Sallot J. F. carpenter h 156 E. Lewis 

Salmeyer Wm. carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Go's 
Salmon D. engineer. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 
Saloman Chas. boiler maker, wks McLachlan & Keill's 
SAM & PETE, -Dealers in Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods, e 

s Calhoun near Columbia 
Sampson Joseph, barber, 136 Columbia, h n s. Wayne b Francis and 

Hanna 
SANDER C. W., Manuficturer and Dealer, in Boots and Shoes, 

Leather, Findings, &c., 82 Columbia ; h 101 W. Washington 
Sanders John, brakeman, bds Main St. Exchange 
Sanders John, teamster, h 143 E. Lewis 
Sanders Wm. street sprinkler, h 86 W. Washington 
Sanner Ernst, laborer, h 97 W. Jefferson 
Sargent Wm. h 124 E. Lewis 
Sargent Wm. blacksmith, h 137 E. Lewis 
SARNIGHAUSEN JOHN D., Editor and Publisher Indiana 

Staats Zeitung ; Office, nee Columbia and Clinton 



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Sarver James P. carriage painter, 118 W. Main 

SAUNDERS BENJAMIN, Justice of the Peace ; Office, w s 
Calhouu b Main and Columbia, 2 Phoenix Block ; h 101 E. Wash- 



ington 



Saunders Joseph B. photographic gallery, w s Calhoun b Main and Co- 
lumbia, 3 Phoenix Block, h 129 Broadway 

Sauerwine Ernst, cigar maker, res Bloomingdale 

Sauerwine Herman, whitewasher, res Bloomingdale 

Sauppe Herman, baker, h -w s Calhouu b Grand and Highland 

Saurs David, laborer, bds Mary Saurs' 

S !urs Henry A. fireman, bds Mary Saurs' 

Saurs James, engineer, bds Mary Saurs' 

Saurs Mary, widow, b w s Fairfield Av. b Poplar and Henry 

Saurs Samuel, laborer, bds Mary Saurs' 

S AUSER LOUIS, Dealer in Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, &c., e s Cal 
houn b Wayne and Washington 

Sauven Fred, molder, res Bloomingdale 

Sauven Mary A. res Bloomingdale 

Savage John H. machinist, h s s Melita b Webster and Hoaglaud 

Savugot Nicholas, laborer, h n s Holman b Monroe and Hanna 

•Sawtell Fulton D. printer, bds nee Clay and Berry 

Saxer Gr. Alex, director Concordia College, res at College 

Saxton G. R. printer, h n s Douglas Av. b Webster and McClellan 

Scanlau Bridget, waiter, Mayer House 

Scarlett Anna, widow, h 299 W. Jefferson 

Scarlett Chester, traveling agent, 83 Columbia, h 152 E. Washington 

Schacher Leonard, laborer, h 140 Jackson 

Schack Wm. shoemaker, h 101 Madison 

Schaefer Christian, teamster, h s s Hish w of Lima Plank Road, Bloom- 
insdale 

Schaefer Gottleib, laborer, h 10 Hood 

Schaefer Wm. boiler maker, wks MeLachlan & Keill's 

Sehaellkopf J. F. (E. Weisser & Co.) res Buffalo, N. Y 

Schafer T. tinner, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Tin Shop 

Schafer Wm. boiler maker, h 257 E. Jefferson 

Schafer Wm. carpenter, h 36 Wilt 

Schaich John G. brakeman, h 37 Monroe 

Schalck John, bar keeper, 1 E. Berry 

Schanck Louis, willow-w:ire, 48 Columbia 

Schane Rudolph, laborer, h e s Harrison b Highland and Dawson 

Schaper Christ, teamster, h n s Holman b Clay and Monroe 

Sctarer Andrew, laborer, h n s Washington b Francis and Harmer 

Scharer Andrew Jr. boatman, h n s Washington b Francis and Harmer 

Scharer Gottfried, carpenter, h u s Washington b I< rancis and Hurmor 

Scharer John E. shoemaker, h n s Washington b Francis and Harmer 

Sehatz John, shoemaker, bds 101 W. Washington 

Scheafer Theodore, tinner, h 155 E. Lewis 

Scheele Henry W. laborer, h 167 Holman^ 

Scheffer Joseph, (Weiman & S.) h n e c ^\ayne and Lafayette 

Scheiman Wm. molder, wks J. C. Bowser & Co s 

Scheimann Frederick, tailor, h 86 E. Jefferson 

Scheie A. F. (S. & Lauer) h 58 W Mam ^, 

Scheie August, bricklayer, h n s Wallace b Lafayett^e and C ay 

Scheie John, porter 56 Calhoun, h s s Wayne eas^ Francis 



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Scheie Johu F. bricklayer, h 190 Griffith 

Scheie Julius, bricklayer, h s e c VViilout and Oakley 

Scheie Julius, laborer, h 190 Griffith 

Scheie & Lauer, (A. F. S. & Beuedict L.) groceries aud provisions, 5 E. 

Maia 
Schell James H. attorney, office sec Court and Main 
SCHENCK CON., Proprietor St. Nicholas Saloon and Restaurant, 

e s Calhoun b Wayne and Berry; h 17 W. JeiFerson 
Schepf John, machinist, wks T., W. & \V. E. R. Machine Shop 
Scherer Christian, grocery w s Calhoun b Wayne aud Washington, h e s 

Broadway near P., Ft. W. & C. R. R 
Scherer Frederick, carpenter, h 95 E. Washington ^ 

Scherer Fred, laborer, h w 8 Oakley b Walnut and Poplar 
Scherson Nicholas, laborer, bds 167 Holman 
Scherzinger Primus, (Trenkley & S.) bds u e c Barr and Wayne 
Scheuermann Peter, carpenter, h 130 Broadway 
Scheuman Ernst, carpenter, h 201 Ewing 

Scheuman Fred, carpenter, h s s Melita b Webster and Hoagland 
Schewen F. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. E. R. Car Shop 
Schick Rev. Geo. rector at Concordia College 
SCHIEFER C, Manufacturer and Dealer in Boots, Shoes, Leather, 

Findings, &e., 100^ Columbia 
Schiefer Geo. h rear 18 E. Wayne 
Schiefer Wm. clerk, 100-^ Columbia 
Schiefer Wm. shoemaker, h 242 E. Wayne 
SCHIEFERSTEIN PHILIP, Meat Store and Bologna Sausage 

Manufacturer, n s Main b Clinton aud Barr 
Schieldmeyer Christian, shoemaker, h 172 W. Jeflerson 
Sohictz John, laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Schildmeyer Christian, h 172 W. Jeiferson 
Schildmyer F. laborer, wks F., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 
Schilling Frank, (Keller Si Co.) h 241 W. Jefferson 
Schilling John, laborer, h 241 W. Jefferson 
Schilling PoUie, bds s w c Calhoun and Washington 
Schilling Robt. bds s w c Washington and Calhoun 
Schineman C. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. E. R. Car Shop 
Schineman F. carpenter, wks P., Ft.- W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 
Schirmeyer Anthony, laborer, h 18 W. Washington 
Schirmeyer C. L. hats, caps, ttc, 97 Columbia 
Schirmeyer Chas. W. painter, bds 18 W. Washington 
Schirmeyer John, bds Wm. Schirmeyer's 

Schirmeyer Louis, clerk 97 Columbia, h 132 E. Jefferson * 

Schirmeyer JiOuis, hat store, h 131 E. Jefferson 

Schirmeyer Wm. clerk 97 Columbia, h n s Main b Maiden Lane and Cass 
Schitz John, laborer, h u s Lasselle b Clav and Monroe 
Schlabaker Geo. bds H. C. F. Westrumb's 
Schmalhaus Fred, cabinet maker 46 E. Main, h e s Calhoun b Berry and 

Wayne 
Schmall Gottlieb, laborer, h w s Broadway b Wilt and Pritchard 
Schmalz Chas. J. tailor, h 18 E. Wayne 
Schmeides Geo. carpenter, h 266 W. Jefferson 

Schmenncr Henry, marble works, e s Calhoun b Washington and Jefferson 
SCHMETZER M. F., Clerk, 71 Columbia; h 234 W. Wash- 
ington 



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Schmetzer Frederick, clerk, li 234 W. Washington 

Schmidt Andrew, laborer, h 10 Hood 

Schmidt Andrew, laborer, h 98 Wilt 

SCHMIDT & BRUNNER, (Fred. S. & John B.) Boot and Shoe 
Manufacturers, e s Broadway b Georo-e and Lavina 

SCHMIDT C. & CO., (Wm. Schmidt & Herman Eauhaus) File 
Cutters and Manufacturers of Stone Cutters' Tools, Mill Picks, &c., 
n s Pearl b Cass and Ewing 

Schmidt Conrad, h n s Pearl b Cass and Ewing 

Schmidt Elizabeth, widow, res Peter Schmidt's 

Schmidt F. Wm. file cutter, h n s Main b Fulton and Broadway 

Schmidt Frederick, (S. & Brunner) h n s Wall west of Bluffton Plank 
Road 

Schmidt Geo. stone mason, h n w c Jones and Gay 

Schmidt Godfrey, tailor, h e s Monroe b Washington and Jefferson 

Schmidt Gottlieb, (Garzner & S.) bds John M. Koch's 

Schmidt J. laborer, wks Bloomingdale Brewery 

Schmidt J. messenger, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 

Schmidt J. W. tailor, h e s Monroe b Washington and Jefferson 

Schmidt Jacob, clerk, Martin Schmidt's 

Schmidt Jacob, laborer, h 22 Hood 

Schmidt John, laborer, h e s Lafayette b Wallace and Charles 

Schmidt Margaret, widow, res Conrad Schmidt's 

SCHMIDT MARTIN, Proprietor Star Brewery, n w c Wayne 
and Monroe 

Schmidt Peter, teamster, h n e c Wallace and Clay 

Schmidt Wm. (C, Schmidt & Co.) h n s Main b Fulton and Broadway 

Schmitz Chas. physician, h n w c Wilt and College 

Schmitz Christian, laborer, h s s Water b Cass and Ewing 

Schmoe Louis, shoemaker, h 171 Ewing 

SCHMUECKLE FREDERICK, Restaurant and Saloon, n s 
Main b Calhoun and Harrison 

Schneider Chas. blacksmith, h & s Main b Fulton and Broadway 

Schneider Gottlieb, tailor, h e s Lima Plank Road b 1st and 2d, Bloom- 
ingdale 

Schneider John, laborer, h 143 Harrison 

Schneider Wm. shoemaker, h w s Webster b Lewis and Douglas Av 

Schnelker Henry, stone mason, h 261 E. Wayne 

Schnerr Stephen, bar keeper. Railroad Eating House 

Schnieders Bernard H. (S. & Greve) h 99 E. Wayne 

SCHNIEDERS & GREVE, (Bernard H. S. & Frank G.) Dealers 
in Family Groceries, Provisions, &c., also Saloon, 128 Columbia 

Schnorberger Christ, laborer, h 64 Madison 

Schockers L. car inspector. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Schoeubein Albert F. draughtsman, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R., h s w c 
Lewis and McClellan 

Schoenleiu Bernhard, tailor, h e s Harrison b Lewis and Douglas Av 

Schoenlein Chas. tailor, h e s Harrison b Lewis and Douglas Av 

Schoerpf Casper, h w s Lima Plank Road b Bowser and Douglas, Bloom- 
ingdale 

Schomberg Geo. furniture finisher, h n e c Jackson and Railroad 

Schoue Henry, grocery, 221 E. Washington 

Schopmau Henry, laborer, h 137 E. Lewis 

Schoppman Wm. carpenter, h s s Hough b Clay and Monroe 

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[SCH] 



DIRECTORY. 



SCHOPPMAN WM., Dea'er in Family Groceries, Provisions, &c., 
also Saloon, c s Hanna b Montgomery and Hough 

Schott Geo. J. pharmaceutist w s Calhoun b Washington and Jefferson, 
h 93 W. Washington 

Schrack Joseph, carpenter, bds 26 W. Water 

Schrader Henry, laborer, h 100 Francis 

Schrader Henry C. (Mariiley, S. & Co.) h 216 W. Wayne 

Schrader John, laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Schrader Paul, machinist, wks J. C. Bowser & Co's 

Schrage Christ, tailor, h 212 Madison 

Schram Frank, laborer, h s w c Jones and Force 

Schram Martin, shoemaker, h s e c Clay and Madison 

Schramm Philip, helper, bds Chas. Armbruster's 

Schreffler Curtis, conductor, h n s Baker b Harrison and Webster 

Schroeder Fred, laborer, h s e c Holraan and Monroe 

Schroeder Frederick, shoemaker, h 126 Madison 

Schroeder G. cutter 3 Keystone Block, h 168 E. Jefferson 

Schroeder Gottfried, tailoi, h 168 E. Jefferson 

Schroeder Henry, teamster, h s s High west of Lima Plank Road, Bloom- 
ingdale 

Schroeder John, laborer, h s e c Holman and Monroe 

SCHROEDER & KAYSER, (Louis S. & Conrad K.) Saw Mill, 
n w c Cass and W. & E. Canal 

Schroeder Louis, (S. & Kayser) h s w c Water and Cass 

Schrum John, laborer, h e s Lafayette b St. Francis and Creighton 

Schrum P. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Schuekman Henry N. tinner, 81 Columbia 

Schuckman John G. (Wilson, S. & Mahler) h n e c Calhoun and Wayne 

Schue Ferdinand, tailor, bds 175 Bwing 

Schuerman P. carpenter, wks P., Ft W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 

Schuhmacker Agnes, widow, res Wm. Englen's 

Sohuler John, laborer, h 214 E. Jefferson 

Schulthaus Rosanna, h 237 E. Wayne 

Schultheis C. B. cutter 71 Columbia, h n s Wayne b Clinton and Barr 

Schultheis John, carpet weaver, h 85 E. Lewis 

Schultz C. H. saloon, 65 Columbia 

Schultz P. laborer, wks Summit City Woolen Mills 

Schultz Wm. laborer, h w s Gay near S. Corp. Line 

Schulz Frederick, stone mason, h w s Hanna b Lasselle and Buchanan 

SCHULZ PETER, Boot and Shoe Manufacturer and Dealer, 47 E. 
Main 

Schulz Wm. boots and shoes, 25 W. Wayne 

Schulz Wm. laborer, h w s John near S. Corp. Line 

Schumacher John, laborer, h n s Charles b Lafayette and Clay 

Schumacher Wm. sexton, h 48 E. Wayne 

Schunk Fi-ank, clerk, J. M. Foellinger's 

Schuorberger C. machinist, wks P., Ft. W, & C. R. R. Round House 

Schupman W. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 

Schwager Peter, h n s Holman b Barr and Lafayette 

Schwalm Philip, carpenter, h 153 Hanna 

Schwartz Chas. saddler, wks 92 Columbia 

Schwartz Chas. (S. & Rudolph) bds Phillips House 

Schwartz Frederick, harness maker, h n s Butler b Hoagland and Fair- 
field Av 



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Schwartz Geo. helper, h G Hood 

Schwartz John A. farmer, h w s Calhoua b Butler and Henry 

Schwartz Meinhart, pattern maker, h n w c Broadway and P Ft W & 

C. R. 11 
SCHWARTZ & RUDOLPH, (Chas. S. & Frank R.) Manufac- 
turers of Saddles, Harness, (.'ollars, &c., 17 E. Main 
Schwarz Rudolph, h s s Pearl b O-riffith and Fulton 
Schwarzkopf Joseph, cooper, wks Bloomingdale Brewery 
Schwear Wm. boiler maker, h -s w c Jeiferson and Monroe 
SCHWEDES REV. P. R., Pastor First German Reformed (St. 

John's) Church; Residence, 57 W. Washington 
Schwegel Jacob, collar maker, h s s High west of Lima Plank Road, 

Bloomingdale 
Schwegel Wm. collar maker, h s s High west of Lima Plank Road, 

Bloomingdale 
SCHWEGMAN H. R., Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Staple and 
Fancy Dry Goods, Millinery Goods, Cloaks, Mantillas, Hats, Caps, 
Groceries, &c., 101 Columbia ; h n w c Clinton and Jefferson 
Schwier Chas. boiler maker, h s w c Montgomery and Monroe 
Schwier Wm. foreman boiler shop, Bass & Hanna's, h 186 E. Jefferson 
Schwieters Herman, bakery, 67 Columbia 
Scott Mrs. A. h 183 Clinton 
Scott Geo. machinist, h 87 Montgomery 
Scott Wm. clerk 99 Columbia, bds 185 Clinton 
Scriven E. H. B. clerk 79 Columbia, h 164 Ewing 
Seabold Henry, carpenter, h 2-4 Hood 
Seabold John, teamster, h s w c Van Buren and Jefferson 
Seabriug Jacob, carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Go's 
Sedgwick John, miller City Mills, h 140 E. Wayne 
Seely Albert J. cabinet maker, h 79 B. Main 
Seeman Chas. laborer, h 209 Ewing 

Seemeyer Gottlieb, cutter, h n s Jefferson two doors west of Ewing 
Seibold . laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Seibold David, groceries, w s Lima Plank Eoad north of Douglas, 

Bloomingdale 
Seidel Edward, ice, h 107 E. Main 
Seigel Jacob, helper, wks Murray & Baker's 
Seimanu Conrad, laborer, h 208 Ewing 
Seimon Chas. laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Seitz Hugo, confectioner, bds Geo. Fox's 
Selbst Jacob, laborer, h 123 Lafayette 
SELLE AUG. L., Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Paints, 

Oils, &c., w s Calhoun b Baker and Brackenridge 
Selle Gustavus, clerk 99 Columbia, bds Mayer House 
Seller Albert, clerk, h w s N. Cass b River and 1st, Bloomingdale 
Sellers Amos J. teamster, h s w c Gay and Jones 
Sellner Albert, c'erk E. Weisser & Go's, res Bloomingdale 
Semon Paul, helper, h 82 E. Jefferson /^ 

Semonet Peter, laborer, h n w c Jones and Gay 
Seveburgh Henry, laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Sexton Flora, millinery, n s Main near Clinton, Union Block 
SEYBOLD CHAS., House, Sign and Carriage Painter, e s Calhoun 

b Railroad and Holmaa 
Seybold Fred, boarding house, sec Calhoun and Washington 



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DIRECTOEY. 



Seybold Gottlieb, laborer, h s w c Oakley and Walnut 

Shadle H. fireman, P., Ft. W. & C. E. R. Co 

Sbafer G. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Lumber Yard 

Shafi'er Cbas. carpenter, h e s N. Cass b Ptlver and 1st, Bloomingdale 

Shaffer Geo. grocery, sec Broadway and George 

Shaffer W. C. carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Go's 

Shaffer Wm. L. fireman, h n s Butler b Hoagland and Fairfield Av 

Shaloup Catherine, widow, h 110 Montgomery 

Shankey John, clerk 84 Columbia, bds e s Barr b Main and Berry 

Shannahan Wm. L. foreman N. G. Olds & Son's, h s s Holman b Clay 

and Monroe 
Shaper Fred, pattern maker, wks Murray & Baker's 
Share J. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. E. Shops | ..^ 
Sharp Abbie J. teacher, res nee Calhoun and Water ^^ 
Sharp Carrie S. teacher, res n e c Calhoun and Water ~^>-e 
SHARP HENRY, Mayor ; Office, 9, w s Clinton b Main and Co- 
lumbia; h n e c Water and Calhoun 
Shay Catherine, widow, h s s Walnut b Fairfield Av. and Oakley 
Shay Mary, h n s Bass b Hoagland and Prince 
Shea Hannah, h 191 Ewing 
SHEAFER WM. G., Carpenter and Builder, e s Broadway b 

Wayne and Washington ; h 181 W. Wayne 
Shears Lizzie, waiter, Eockhill House 

Sheehe Ellen, widow, h n s Baker b Webster and McClellan 
Sheehy Ellen, widow, h n e c Bluffton Plank Road and T., W. & W. R. R 
Shell Edward, engineer, h s s Melita b Webster and Hoagland 
Shell Frank V. V. attorney, h w s West b Pritchaid and P., Ft. W. & 

C. R. R 
Shell Rebecca, widow, res Edward Shell's 
Shelly H. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. E, Car Shop 
Shep John, h n s Taylor west of Pine 

Sheperd Ashbell, speculator, h s e c N. Cass and 1st, Bloomingdale 
Sheperd Louis C. printer Ft. Wayne Gazette, res Bloomingdale 
Sheppard F. boiler maker, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Boiler Yard 
Sheppard Thos. helper, h 140 E. Jefferson 

Sherbondy Abraham M. h e s West b Pritchard and P., Ft. W. & C. R. R 
Sheridan Wm. contractor, h. 4 Monts;omerv 
Sheriff's Office, in Court House ; John McCartney, Sheriff 
Sherlock W. carpenter, wks P., Ft. ^Y. & C. E. E. Car Shop 
Sheiwood D. W. h w s Calhoun b Dawson and Williams 
Shidel Chas. barber, s s Berry near Calhoun, Aveliue House Block, h 

115 Barr 
Shilling Bernard, huckster, h w s Morrell b Wall and P., Ft. W, & C. 

R. R 
Shilling Miss M. & Co. (Miss Mary S. & Susan Lau) millinery, w s Cal- 
houn b Main and Columbia 
Shilling Mary, (Miss M. S. & Co.) h s w c Calhoun and Washington 
Shiman Ernst, carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Go's 
Shoaff A. P. book-keeper A. & M. Nirdlinger's, h n e c Lima Plank 

Eoad and 2d, Bloomingdale 
Shoaff Chas. W. clerk 85 Columbia, bds 86 E. Berry 
SHOAFF J. A., Proprietor Shoaff's Art Gallery, Keystone Block, 

s w c Columbia and Calhoun ; bds 148 E. Berry 
Shoaff Peter, harness maker, 119 Columbia 



FORT WAYNE [SIM] DIRECTORY. 157 

Shoaff S. A. miller, h s w e Berry and Clay 

Shoaff S. H. saddles, 119 Columbia, h 86 E. Berry 

Shoaff Thos. B. (McDouaal & Co.) li 86 E. Berry 

Shoaff Wade C. (Abbotr& S.) h 76 W. Berry 

Shoellhoru John, (Manok & S.) h 89 W. Water 

Shoemaker James S. book-keeper 83 Columbia, bds 3-4 W. Washington 

Shoms Nicholas, helper, h s s Sturgis west of Fulton 

Shone R. carpenter, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Car Shop 

Shordon Catherine, (Misses S.) h 17 Clinton 

Shordon Misses, (Catherine & Sophia) millinery, 17 Clinton 

Shordon Sophia, (Misses S.) h 17 Clinton 

Shorey Geo. W. engineer, h e s Calhoun b Holman and Lewis 

Shorey Mrs. Geo. W. (Smith & S.) h e s Calhoun b Lewis and Holman 

Shrinar Wm. B. boat builder, h s s High west of Lima Plank Road, 
Bloomingdale 

Shryock Samuel, h e s N. Cass b River and 1st, Bloomingdale 

Shuckman Henry, tinner, h 211 E. Washington 

Shueler J. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Shuler Mathias, watchman, h 260 E. Jefferson 

Shultz Wm. F. molder, h 173 Madison 

Sl.ttaian Erastus, clerk, 50 and 52 E. Main, h 167 E. Wayne 

Bhunk Allen, carpenter, h 205 E. Jefferson 

Shunk Chas. M. clerk, bds A. F. Shunk's 

Shuriek Frank S. tel. operator. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R., bds 9 E. Wayne 

Shurick John S. stave manuf., h l-l-l E. Berry 

Shuster John, laborer, h e s Lafayette b Virginia and Wallace 

Sibray Nathan, carpenter, h 22-1 W. Wayne 

Sidle Isaac, engineer, h e s Garden b Washington and Jeff'erson 

Siebold Christian, grocery, n s Main b Fulton and Broadway 

Siegfried Amos D. carriage maker, 118 W. Main, bds Union House 

Siemon August F. (S., Bro. & Co.) h 25 Madison 

SIEMON, BRO. & CO., (August F. S., Rudolph S. & Christian 
Tresselt)Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Books, Stationery, Photo-, 
graphic Albums, Blank Books, Writing, Wall and Wrapping Papers, 
and Importers of German Literature, 77 Columbia 

Siemon Fred, clerk, 77 Columbia 

Siemon Moses, clerk A. & M. Nirdlinger's, bds 133 W. Washington 

Siemon Rudolph, (Siemon, Bro. & Co.) h 100 E. Jefferson 

Slept Chas. helper, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Sierren J. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 

Sievers Ferdinand, clerk 80 Columbia, bds Phillips House 

Sihler Christian, clerk Meyer Brothers & Co., bds AVm. Sihler's 

Sihler Rev. Wm., w s Barr b Jefferson and Lewis 

Silver H. C. clerk 105 and 107 Columbia, bds Mayer House 

Silver J. M. contractor, h 178 Griffith 

Silvers J. W. pattern maker, wks J. C. Bowser & Co's 

Silvers N. C. clerk, bds Mayer House 

Silvers Wm. carpenter, h s w c N. Cass and 1st, Bloomingdale 

Simcox A. shoemaker, h 57 E. Berry 

Simons Daniel, engineer, h e s Hanna b Montgomery and Hough 

Simons 0. A. road master Western Division P., Ft. \V. & C. R. R-, Office 
nee Clinton and Railroad, bds Henry 3IcKinnie's 

Simonson James H. book-keeper, bds 140 W. Wayne 

Simpson Geo. machinist, h s e e Barr and Jefferson 



158 FORT WAYNE [SMI] DIRECTORY. 

Sinclair John, h 127 Van Buren 

Sinclair Saml. E. attorney and notary, Hamilton's Hall Building, w s Cal- 
houn, h 151 W. Washington 

Sinclair Thomas, machinist, h 127 Van Buren 

Sinclair Miss Frank C. teacher, h Washington b Griffith and Fulton 

Siuel Stephen, stonecutter, bds 50 Columbia 

Singer's Sewing Machine Agency, 2 Aveline House Block 

Singleton John, laborer, h s w c Baker and Harrison 

Singleton Michael, jailor, h s s Baker b Calhoun and Harrison 

Singleton P. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. K. R. xMachine Shop 

Singmaster Joseph, laborer, h 132 Jackson 

Sisters of Notre Dame, sec Lafayette and Jefferson 

Sisters of Providence Academy, sec Calhoun and-Jefferson, Sister Mar- 
garet Mary, Superior 

Sithens Stephen, millwright, h 99 W. Water 

Sixth Ward Public School Building, corner Hoagland and Butler 

Skinner Benj. D. clerk, 73 Columbia, hds Rockbill House 

SKINNER REV. THOS. H. Jr., D. D., Pastor First Presbyterian 
Church ; boards Rockhill House 

Slagle Harvey, fireraat', bds Jane Smith's 

Slagle Samuel, entiineer, h s w c Durye and Hoagland 

Slater John, blacksmith, h s w c Williams and Harrison 

Slingerland F. N. painter, h w s Harrison opp. Columbia 

Sloan Wm. (S. & Woodmancy) bds J. S. Burr's 

SLOAN & WOODMANCY, (Wm. S. & J. F. W.) Gold and Sil- 
ver Platers, w s Calhoun b Jefferson and Lewis 

Sloane Richard, machinist, h e s Hanna b Jones and Grant 

SlocumC. E. tinner, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R, R. Tin Shop 

Sloeum Edward, h 238 E. Lewis 

SMART PROF. J. H., Superintendent of Public Schools ; Office, 
at High School, n s Wayne b Calhoun and Clinton ; boards Rockhill 
House 

Smait S. F. teacher, bds Hanna House 

Smead Albert, teamster, h 140 E. Jefferson 

Smick J. H. book-keeper 45 and 47 Columbia, bds Mayer House 

Smick M. M. clerk 45 and 47 Columbia, bds 9 E. Wayne 

SMICK S. S., Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Agricultural Imple- 
ments, seeds, &c., 45 and 47 Columbia ; res Canton, Ohio 

Smith Mrs. widow, h s s Bass b Prince and Hoagland 

Smith A. laborer, wks Bass & H anna's 

Smith Alice E. teacher. Eighth Ward School 

SMITH C. L., Agent United States and American Express Co's.; 
Office, w s Harrison opp. Columbia ; h 128 W. Main 

Smith C. S. physician, h 34 Douglas Av. 

Smith Chas. carpenter, wks T., W. & W. R. E. Car Shop 

Smith Chas. machinist, bds Christian Laible's 

Smith Chas. H. brakeman, h s w c Kansas and Grand 

Smith Daniel, teamster, li w s Lima Plank Road b High and Bowser, 
Bloomino'dale 

Smith Eugene B. printer, bds 95 E. Berry 

SMITH G. A., Taxidermist, Saloon and Restaurant, 42 Columbia 

Smith G. W. laborer, wks Bass & Hanua's 

Smith Gilbert, sign painter, h s w c Lima Plank Road and Bowser, Bloom- 



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A.y. b Harrison and 



Smitt Geo. stone mason, h n w c Jones and Gay 

SMITH HARRIS E., Local Editor Ft. Wayne Gazette, h 49 

Douglas Av 
Smith J. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R 
Smith J. machinist, bds John W. Deeter's 
Smith J. L. carpenter, h 171 Clinton 
Smith J. McNutt, deputy postmaster, h s s 

Webster 

Smith Jacob, bar keeper, Christian Dierstein's 
Smith James, machinist, wks Bass & Hanua's 
Smith James S. (Bass & S.) h e s Calhoun south of Corp. Line 
Smith Jane, widow, h n s Wallace b Clay and Monroe 
Smith Jennie, widow, h s e c Brackenridge and McClellan 
Smith John C. fireman, res Jane Smith's 
Smith John F. molder, h 229 E. Lewis 
Smith Mrs. L. H. dress and cloak maker, 82 Columbia 
SMITH LORIN, iSTews Depot, Dealer in Periodicals, Stationery, 

Fruits, Confectionaries, &c., Post Office Building ; h 22 E. Wash- 



ington 



Hoaglaud 



s s Brackenridge b Calhoun and Harrison 



miili- 



Smith Margaret, widow, h n s Brandriff b Webster and 

Smith Martin foreman, Martin Schmidt's 

Smith Rev. N. S. h 

Smith Orson, bds Hedekin House 

Smith P. J. painter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Paint Shop 

Smith Mrs. R. (S & Shorey) he s Calhoun b Holman and Lewis 

Smith Sarah, widow, h n s Berry b Barr and Lafayette 

Smith & Shorey, (Mrs. G. W. S. & Mrs. R. S.) dress makers and 
ners, e s Calhoun b Holman and Lewis 

Smith Thos. C. painter, h 135 E. Lewis 

Smith Thos. J. brakeman, bus Brandriff b Webster and Hoaglaud 

Smith Wm. fireman, P , Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 

SMITH W. B. & CO.,(Wm. B. S. & Sion Bass) Manufacturers of 
Cigars, Fine Cut Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, 117 Columbia 

Smith Wm. brakeman, bds nee Chicago and Harrison 

Smith Wm. B. (Wm. B. S. & Co.) res country 

Smitly Caspar, clerk 92 Columbia, h 122 E. Berry 

Smoker T. foreman N. G. Olds & Son's, h e s Lafayette b Virginia and 

Wallace 
Smyser Peter D. clerk Bash & Eakin's, bds 2-12 W. Berry— 

Snell Wm. laborer, wks IST. G. Olds & Son's 
Snider Caroline, widow, res Wm. Cannon's 
Snider Clark, engineer, h s s Lavina w of Fairfield Av ♦ 
Saider D. C. 'fireman, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 
Snider Evan, (S. & Loag) h e s Garden s of Jefferson 
SNIDER & LOAG, (Evan S. & Geo. W. L.) Surgeon Dentists ; Of- 
fice, 98 Columbia, up stairs 
Snider Kichard, h s s Lavina w of Fairfield Av 
Snively H. J. carpenter, h 137 Lafayette _ _ 
Snodgrass John, h s e c Summit and Division 
Snodgrass S. tinner, wks P., Ft. W. & C. K. R. Tin Shop 
Snodgrass Yv'm. S. clerk Tripp & Tigar's, bds John Snodgrass 
Snow Franklin, machinist, bds 123 E. Washington 
Snyder Chas. F. machinist, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Machine bhop 
Snyder David C. fireman, h 172 W. Jefferson _^__ 



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Snyder John, stone mason, bds Old Fort House 

Sobine Saml. H. carriage smith, wks Thos. Steven's, bds John Brainard's 

Somers J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. E. R. Machine Shop 

Sommer Chas. photographer, hill W. Water 

Sommer Fred, packer City Mills, h n s Douglas w of Lima Plank Road, 
Bloomingdale 

Sommer Joseph, millwright, h 57 W. Jefferson 

Sommers Henry, machinist, wks J. C. Bowser & Go's 

Soper Herbert, switchman, h s e c Kansas and Grand 

Sorber Milton A. carpenter, h 132 Wilt 

Sorg Isidor, clerk H. G. Wagner's, w s Calhoun opp Court House 

Souders Irvin C. book-keeper, Biddle & Brandriff's, bds Mayer House 

Sorg Peter, h 175 E. Washington 

Southern J. engineer. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co;^ 

Soutter Gottlieb, clerk, Christian Scherer's 

Sovan F. molder, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Sowers S. S. constable, res F. F. Boltz's 

Spaght Sarah, weaver, wks Summit City Woolen Mills 

Spalding Williard P. h 137 W. Main 

Spalding Williard W. h 137 W. Main 

Spangler L. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. boiler yard 

Sparks F. (F. S. & Co.) at 75 Columbia 

Sparks F. & Co. wholesale boots and shoes, 75 Columbia 

Sparrow Chas. molder, bds 204 Lafayette 

Spegel Gustavus, shoe maker, h s s Jefferson b College and Nelson 

Speigel August, tailor, h 30 Wall 

Speitel Herman, laborer, h s s Jefferson b Francis and Harmer 
Spence Jane, widow, h 209 W. Jefferson 

Spencer Ann M. widow, h w s Calhoun b Lewis and Douglas Av 
Spencer Miss Ellen, h 142 W. Wayne 

SPENCER MARTIN V. B., Attorney at Law, Office, e s Cal- 
houn, opp Keystone Block ; h 142 W. Wayne 
Spenle Louis, machinist, h n s Buchanan b Lafayette and Cass, Lasselle's 

Addition 
Spereisen J. Alex, blacksmith, h w s Lafayette b Main and Columbia 
Spereisen U. J, h n s Taylor w of Pine 
Spiegel Ernst, grocery, sec Broadway and Lavina 
Spiegel Gustav, shoe maker, h s s Jefferson b College and Nelson 
Spiegle B. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. E. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Spiker Philip, carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Co.'s 
Spindley Geo. helper, wks Murray & Baker's 
Spiudley Louis, machinist, wks Murray & Baker's 
Spittle H. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & (J. R. R. Shops 
Sprandel Mary, clerk 54 Calhoun, h n s Wayne b Clinton and Barr 
Sprandle Wm. clerk, Aveline House 
Spraw Ed. helper, wks Murray & Baker's 
Spring Christian, h 194 E. Washington 
Spring John, h 194 E. Washington 
Spring Samuel, shoe maker, h 186 E. Wayne 
Spyker Philip G. carpenter, h 98 Wilt 
Stahl Christian, laborer, h w s Force b Jones and Grant 
Stahl Frederick, laborer, h s s Lavina near Broadway 
Stahlhut Fred, teamster, h 167 Ewing 
Staihr Henry, blacksmith, bds Hedekiu House 



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Staley John, laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Staley John T. bds Chas. Cartwright's 
Stauger Henry, helper, wks Murray & Baker's 

STANLEY, BIEBER & CO., (Chancey S., Milton B. & Thos. 
J. Stanley) Manufacturers of Carriciges, Buggies and Sleio'hs, 118 
W. Main. See card jDage (U 
Stanley Chancey, (S., Bieber & Co.) h 222 W. Main 
Stanley Thos. J. (Stanley, Bieber & Co.) h 222 W. Main 
Stanton John, laborer, h n s Wall w of Hood 
Stapleford Henry T. clerk L. P. Stapleford's, bds Mayer House 
Stapleford L. N. clerk P., Ft. W. & C. K. E. Freight Office, h 85 E. Main 
STAPLEFORD L. P., Auction and Commission Merchant, 5 Cal- 
houn ; bds Mayer House 

STAPLEFORD L. P. & CO., Note Brokers, Office, 106 Colum- 
bia, 2d floor 

Stapleford Mrs. Thomas, widow, h 112 E. Washington 

STAR BREWERY, n w c Wayne and Monroe; Martin Schmidt, 

Proprietor 
Stark E. brick layer, h n s Taylor nr T., W. & W. R. R 
Starke Fred, laborer, bds Chas. Paul's, Bloomingdale 
Starkey Geo. L. clerk, American House 
Starkey Orlando L. (S. & Rupert) h 102 E. Main 
STARKEY & RUPERT, (Orlando L. S. & Ira R ) House, Sign 

and Ornamental Painters and Paper Hangers ; Dealers in Paints, 

Oils, Varnishes, W^all and Window Papers, &c., 20^ Calhoun, near 

Berry 
STATE INSURANCE CO, Office, 11 Clinton; J. L. Wordcn, 

President, S. Lumbard, Secretary 
Staunton James, engineer, h 163 E. Washington 
Steater L. laborer, wks P. Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 
Steffey Rev. M. W. h 138 Jackson 

Steger Geo. Rudolph, carpenter, h s e c Jones and Force 
Steger John, shoe maker, bds 28 W. Jefferson 
Steger Julius clerk, Aug. L. Selle's 
Steger Nicholas, shoe maker, 82 W. Jefferson 
Stegmeier Jacob, carpenter, h s s Wilt b Van Buren and Jackson 
Steigerwald Jacob A. turner, h 63 Madison 
Stein Chas. barber, h 124: W. Main 
Stein F. W. carpenter, h s w c Dawson and Webster 
Stein Frederick, Sr. laborer, h 121 Broadway 
Stein Gustave, painter, h 109 Jackson 
Stein Herman J. bar keeper, bds 121 Broadway 
Stein Joseph, laborer, h s s Maumee e of Elm 
Stein Peter, shoe maker, h s s Maumee, Road e of Elm 
Steinacher Frederick, laborer, h s w c Fairfield Av. and Locust 
Steinau Bernard, shoe maker, wks 74 Columbia 
Steinbrenner Fredericka, widow, h w s Griffith b Berry and Wayne 
Steinbrunner Robert, laborer, h s e c Bass and Fairfield Av. 
Steinhauer Bernard, shoe maker, bds John Lohmeier's 
Steinke Edward, laborer, h e s West b Pritchard and P., Ft. W. & C. R. R 
Steinman Adam, wagon manufacturer, n s Water b Calhoun and Clinton, 



res Bloomingdale 



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Steiumanu Catharine, saloon, 180 W\ Washington 
Steinmetz John, helper, h w s Clay b Jefferson and Madison 



162 FORT WAYNE [STI] DIRECTORY. 

Stellhorn Chas. (S. & Morrel) li 127 W. Water 
Stcllhorn Dick, laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
STELLHORN HENRY, Bakery, G2 Columbia 
Stellhorn Henry, blacksmith, h 22 Madison 

STELLHORN & MORREI=L, (Chas. S. & Henry M.) Manufac- 
turers and Dealers in Boots and Shoes, 86 Calhoun 
Stellwagon Joseph A. foreman, P., Ft. VV. & C. R. R. Coppersmith Shop, 

h 49 E. Jefferson 
Stelts Israel, fireman, h n w c Holman and Monroe 
Stem John, carpenter, bds 85 Barr 
Stem Solomon, carpenter, bds 85 Rarr 
Stem Thomas, carpenter, bds 85 Barr 
Stemler Philip, tailor, h n s Wayne e of Harmer 
Stenke E. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 
Stenner Fred. W. clerk C. G. Vogel & Son's, h 57 W. Berry 
Stephau Philip, carpenter, h 28 Hood 

Sterling John, at Lodge Saloon, 82 Calhoun, bds 70 W. Main 
Stetter Louis, laborer, h n s Nirdlinger w of Bluffton Plank Road 
Steup Henry, h 58 E. Jefferson 

Steup Henry A. clerk Krudop, Moellering & Co., h 100 W. Jefferson 
Stevens E. carpenter, bds 219 W. Washington 
STEVENS REV. G. L., Pastor First Baptist Church; Physician 

and Surgeon, Office and Residence, 15 E. Jefferson 
Stevens Geo. E. clerk, h n w c Clay and Holman 
Stevens H. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 
Stevens Henry, laborer, h 107 Madison 
Stevens Mary A. teacher, bds corner Berry and Clay 
Stevens R. L. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 
Stevens R. L. upholsterer, h 89 Madison 
Stevens Saml. wagon maker, h 17 Clay 

STEVENS THOMAS, Carriage and Wagon Manufacturer, Factory, 
east end of Main on Clay ; h 155 E. Berry. See card page 46 

Stevens Wm. carriage painter, h s e c Washington and Barr 

Stewart Chas. blacksmith, h s s Lasselle b Hanna and Cass, Lasselle's 
Addition 

Stewart Chas. watchman, h 100 E. Washington 

Stewart John, brakeman, bds James Castle's 

Stewart Joseph, fireman, h 51 Madison 

Stewart Wm. justice of the peace, w s Calhoun b Main and Berry, opp 
Court House 

Stewart Wm. machinist, h n e c Harrison and Butler 

Stewart Wm. H. brakeman, h s s Bass b Prince and Hoagland 

Sthair Henry, carriage-smith, bds Hedekin House 

Stieger G. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 

Stier Jacob, molder, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Sticrs Geo. J. clerk 26 E. Main, bds 14 Lafayette 

Stiers Henry, laborer, h w s Lafayette b Wayne and Washington 

Stiers John stone dealer, h 186 E. Washington 

Stile C. laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Stillborn H. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Stiilwagon Geo. brakeman, h e s Harrison b Highland and Dawson 

Stimker F. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. K. Lumber Yard 

Stinchcomb Geo. F. clerk, Mayer House 

Stine A. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 



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Stine D. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 

Stiue Daniel, carpenter, h w s Harrison b Highland and Dawson 

Stine F. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 

Stine J. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Stipes Henry, clerk Peter Riser's, h 58 E. Jefferson 

Stirling John T. insurance agent, h 123 W. Water 

Stirling Thos. lumber dealer, bds 123 W. "Water 

Stites John, carpenter, h n s Williams b Harrison and Webster 

Stock G. watchman, wks Summit City Woolen Mills 

Stockbridge J. Will, at 104 Columbia, bds 219 W. Wayne 

STOCKBRIDGE N. P., Dealer in Books, Stationery, Wall and 
W indow Papers, Sheet Music, Musical Instruments, Newspapers, 
Periodicals, &c., 104 Columbia ; h 219 W. Wayne 

Stocking Henry, engineer, h s e c Taylor and Oakley 

Stocking Henry W. conductor, bds 9 E. Wayne 

Stockwell M. F. traveling agent, bds S. H. Lehman's 

Stokes John, laborer, h n s Baker b Webster and McClellan 

Stoll Fred, laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Stoll Henry, teamster, h n s Douglas opp. Marion, Bloomingdale 

Stoll Jacob, laborer, h e s Lafayette b Buchanan and Lasselle 

Stone Wm. engineer, h 68 Dougla.* Av 

Stonebrunuer R. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. E. R. Shops 

Stoner J. M. millwright, bds 49 W. Main 

Stoner John, (Clark, S. & Case) res Perry Tp 

Stoner John, (S. & Wigent) res country 

Stoner & Wigent, (John S. & John C. W.) grocery and bakery, w s Har- 
rison b Pearl and Columbia 

Stophlet Frank C. tinner, h w s Bluffton Plank Road south of Nirdlinger 

Stophlet Joseph H. architect, h w s Bluffton Plank Road south of Nird- 
linger 

Storm Joseph A. M. clerk 89 Columbia, bds Mayer House 

Story Henry, molder, h 16 W. Water 

Story James, h 16 W. Water 

Stotz Ulrich, (F. J. Beck & S.) res at Bloomingdale Brewery 

Stoudacker Geo. laborer, h s w c Wilt and Jackson 

Strasburg Christian, shoemaker, h 127 Wilt 

Strasser Joseph, saloon 5 Keystone Block, h 14 E. Water 

Strasser Robt. machinist, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Stratton Joseph, bricklayer, h 92 W. Washington 

Strausburg VVm. wks Cochran, Humphrey A Co's 

Straw W. F. tinner, h n s Walnut b Fairfield Av. and Oakley 

Streitmatter Chas. teamster, h w s Walnut b Oak and Summit 

Strickland A. R. h 154 W. Wayne 

Striegnitz E. B. teacher, h n e c Broadway and Lavina 

Stricter Christopher, teacher, h 196 Barr 

Striker Anna, widow, h n s High west of Lima Plank Road, Blooming- 
dale 

Stiiker Elizabeth, widow, res Bloomingdale . 

Strodel Geo. saloon w s Calhoun b Berry and Wayne, h n w c Harrison 
and Washington 

Strodel John, clerk 105 Columbia, bds s w c Washington^aud Harrison 

STRODEL M., Wine and Beer Saloon, and Bologna Sausage Manu- 
facturer, 1 E. Berry 

Strong E. R. clerk, Aveline House 



164 FORT WAYNE [SUNJ DIRECTORY. 

Strong G. C. pattern maker, wks J. C. Bowser & Go's 

Strong Henry, shoemaker, h w s Calhoun b Jefferson and Lewis 

Strong J. C. carpenter, h s e c Barr and Lewis 

Strong J. R. civil engineer, h 91 E. Berry 

Strong John H. carpenter, h 101 Jackson 

Strong Joseph C. bds 91 E. Berry 

STRONG M. B., Dealer in Family Groceries, Provisions, &c., owe 

Jefferson and Broadway; h 219 W. Jefferson 
Strong Melvin H. engineer, h s w c Harrison and Melita 
Strong Zachariah, h 39 Columbia 
Strope D. B. chief locomotive engineer P., Ft. W. & C. R. R.., office u s 

Railroad b Clinton and Barr, h u w c Calhoun and Highland 
Strout Mrs. R. A. widow, h s s Wayne b Union and Rockhill 
Strout Reuben W. machinist, h s s Wayne b Union and Rockhill 
Strubey Chas. music teacher, h 81 E. Jefferson 
Struever Wm. potash factory, h 166 W. Jefferson 
Strunz Christian, groceries, n s Main b Calhoun and Harrison 
Struver Wm. (Wm. S. & Co.) h 166 W. Jefferson 
Struver Wm. & Co. (Wm. S. & John Butler) potash, nee W. & E. Canal 

and Ewing 
STUBNATZY REV. W. S., Pastor Emanuel's German Evan- 
gelical Lutheran Church, h 223 W. Jefferson 
Stuck Daniel, brakeman, h s e c Van Buren and W. & E. Canal 
Stuck Geo. watchman, h w s North Cass b 5th and 6th, Bloomingdale 
Stuck le Jacob, helper, bds n w c Calhoun and Jefferson 
Studer Bernard, carpenter, h n s Lewis b Division and Walnui 
Studer Jerome, clerk 85 Columbia, bds 17 E. Lewis 
Stull Conrad, laborer, res Bloomingdale 
Stump C. H. cabinet maker, bds Hedekin House 
Stump Louis, laborer, h s s Wall west of Blufftou Plank Road 
Stumpf C. cabinet maker, bds 32 E. Main 
Sturgis Chas. E. physician w s Harrison b Main and Berry, h 249 W. 

Main 
Sturzenberger Anthony, laborer, h 94 E. Washington 
Sturzenberger Frank, sawyer, h 94 E. Washington 
Sturzenberger John W. clerk Lauferty & Bro's., h 94 E. Washington 
Sturzenberger Michael, painter, h 94 E. Washington 
Sudbrink Wm. molder, wks Bass & Hanna's 
Sudhoff Ernst Henry, clerk 101 Columbia, bds 200 Barr 
Suiter F. marble cutter, bds Main Street Exchange 
Sullivan Cornelius, laborer, h s s Taylor b Fairfield Av. and Oakley 
Sullivan D. F. physician, h 103 Lafayette 
Sullivan J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R, Machine Shop 
Sullivan Jerry, machinist, bds 141 E. Main 
Sullivan Johanna, widow, res David Ready's 
Sullivan Samuel, h n s Holman b Lafayette and Clay 
Sullivan Thos. clerk Joseph Clark's, bds 186 E Wayne 
Summer Chas. photographer, h 111 W. Water 
Summers James, saloon, n w c Calhoun and Baker 
Summers John, bricklayer, h n s Hamilton b Calhoun and Clinton 
SUMMIT CITY WOOLEN MIL.LS, French, Hanna & Co., 

Proprietors, s s Water b Barr and Lafayette 
SUNDAY MORNING CHRONICLE, Freeman, Tigar & Co., 

Publishers, n w c Main and Clinton 



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Summers John, laborer, li n w f^ Calhoun and Baker 

Superintendent of Public Schools, office in High School Buildin"', n s 

Wayne b Calhoun and Clinton 
Suter F. marble cutter, wks Underbill & Young's 
Sutermeister Arnold. (S. & Becker) h 215 W. Jefferson 
SUTERMEISTER & BECKER, (Arnold S. & Christian B.) 
Steam Marble, Lime and Sandstone Works, n w c Main and Fulton 
Sutter J. B. fireman, bds Hedekin House 

Sutton John, machinist, h s s Melita b Webster and Hoagland 
Swain E. J. h e s Barr b Montgomery and Holman 
Swain Geo. plasterer, h n s Colerick b Hoagland and Prince 
Swain Geo. W. clerk Jackson Swain's, bds 62 W. Main 
Swain Jackson, livery and sale stable s s Berry b Calhoun and Harrison, 

h 62 W. Main 
Swan Arabella, widow, h w s Calhoun b Jefferson and Lewis 
Swan Mar}' H. principal Training School, bds Rockhill House 
Swartz Amos, machinist, bds 146 Broadway 
Swartz G. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. B. R. Car Shop 
Swartz Henry, carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Go's 
Swartz M. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R/R. Machine Shop 
Swayne James E. laborer, h Lewis b Clinton and Barr . 
Swayne Rhoda N. widow, h n w c Berry and Rockhill 
Swayne Samuel P. (Ninde & S.) h n w c Berry and Rockhill 
Sweeney Abraham, carpenter, h 106 W. Washington 
Sweeney J. L. paint shop n s Pearl b Calhoun and Harrison, h n s Baker 

b Calhoun and Harrison 
Sweeney Thaddeus, conductor, h 160 Broadway 
Sweet Hiram, printer, bds 183 Clinton 
Sweet Hiram A. printer, bds Hanna House 
Sweet Kay, fireman, h e s Harrison b Highland and Dawson 
Sweet Samuel B. clerk T., W. & W. R. R. Freight Office, h 10 Mont- 
gomery 
Swee'tser Madison, h 113 W. Main 
Sweringen H. V. (H. V. S. & Co.) h 104 Broadway 
SWERINGEN H. V. & CO., Proprietors Broadway Drug Store, 

s w c Broadway and Jefferson 
Swimley Andrew, carpenter, bds 86 E. Main 
Swinney's Block, n s Main b Calhoun and Clinton 
Swinney Thos. W. h west end of Jefferson 
Swinuey Wm. P. res Thos. W. Swinney's 
Swope John, laborer, h s s Wayne east of Harmer 
Swygert Samuel 0. pump maker, bds 166 Broadway 



T 

Tagmeyer David, (Trier & T.) b s w c Water and Ewing 

Tagtmeier F. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Boiler Yard 

Tait James L. helper, wks Murray & Baker's 

Talbot Frank M. clerk 79 Columbia, bds Rockhill House 

Tam Silas, clerk, h n w c Hamilton and Clinton 

Tam Silas, jr. clerk 0. A. Simon's, h n w c Hamilton and Clinton 

Taucey Michael, constable, h n s Melita b Webster and Kansas^ 



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Tapp Fred, bricklayer, h s e c Maumee Eoad and Ohio 

Taylor Andrew, molder, wks J. C. Bowser & Go's 

Taylor Chas F. (Brackenridoe & T.) h 34 W. Water 

"J ay lor Clay, soap and candle factory, h 175 E. Jeiferson 

Taylor Elizabeth, widow, res Allen \Y. DeHaven's 

Taylor H. B. bds Aveline House 

Taylor John, h 240 E. Washington 

Taylor Newton, book-keeper Cochran, Humphrey & Cos. res Robert S. 

Taylor's 
Taylor R. Stewart. Judge Court of Comuiou Pleas, h e s Fairfield Av. 

south of Corporation Line 
TAYLOR R. ,W., Produce Merchant and Grain Dealer, n w c Pearl 

and Maiden Lane, h 77 W Wayne 
Taylor Thos. S. (Thos. S. T. & Co.l h 227 E. Lewis 
TAYLOR TBOS. S. & CO., Book and Job Printers and Pub- 
lishers Fort Wayne Advertiser, n s Main b Calhoun and Clinton, 

•Swinney's Block 
Taylor Mrs. W. H. bds Rockhill House 
Tecater F. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 
Teckenbrock Frederick, machinist, h 194 Ewing 
Teeman F carpenter, wks P., Ft. W.& C. R. R. Car Shop 
Teeman W. laborer, wks P., Ft. W & C. R. R. Lumber Yard 
Tegtmeier Ernst, machinist, h s s Brackenridge b Webster and McClellan 
Tegtmeier Fred, planer, h 34 Wilt 
Tegtmeier W^m. machinist, h 94 W. Water 
Telegraph Dispatch. W. Haskell, Agent, 43 Columbia 
Telley Thos. B. engineer, h w s Calhoun b Highland and Dawson 
Temme Barney, laborer, h s w c Berry and Harmer 
Templar Harry, wool carder, wks Summit City Woolen Mills 
Templeton James, h e s Barr b Montgomery and Holman 
Templcton James, laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Tennue Henry, carpenter, h 170 E. Washington 
Termal J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Ternan Thomas, laborer, h 75 Madison 
Terry Geo. H. molder, h 84 Montgomery 
TH ACKER WM: H., Physician and Surgeon, s w c Calhoun and 

Berry opp. Aveline Hou.se; h 138 W. Washington 
Thain Geo. carpenter, h s w c Fulton and Sturgis 
Thain John, brick layer, h s s Washington b Union and Eockhill 
Thanhouser Saml. (Frank & T.) h 47 W. Berry 
Thela R. laborer, wks P., Ft VV. & C. R. R. Shops 
Thiebold Christian, carpenter, h 69 E. Jefferson 

Thiele Henry, (Henry T. & Co.) h n s Jefferson b Calhoun and Harrison 
Thiele Henry & Co., (Henrv T. & Wm. Kruse) groceries, n s Jefferson 

b CalhouH and Harrison 
Thiele R. laborer, h 178 W.Jefferson 
THIEME ANDREW, Dealer in Family Groceries, Provisions, &c.; 

also, Saloon, 134 Broadway 
Thieme Frederick, clothier, h 218 W. Berry 
Thieme J. Fred. (J. G. Thieme & Bro ) h 180 W. Berry 
THIEME J. G. & BRO., (John G. & J. Fred.) Merchant Tailors, 

Clothiers and Dealers in Gents' Furnishing Goods, 71 Columbia 
Thieme John G. (J G. T. & Bro.) h 51 E. Wayne 
Thomas Martin, brakeman, h s s Pritchard b Broadway and Jackson 



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Thomas 0. T. printer, bds n w e Jefferson and Jackson 

Thompson Barbara, widow, h 215 Lafayette 

Thompson Byron, farmer, h w s Bluffton Phink Eoad s of T , W & W 
R. R. Track 

Thompson Jeremiah, porter, 18 W. Berry, h a w c Monroe and Lewis 

Thompson Joseph, moider, h 215 Lafayette 

Thompson Nelson, paver, bds n e c Water and Clinton 

Thompson Peter, paver, bds nee Water and Clinton 

Thompson Thomas, laborer, h 215 Lafayette 

Threadgall James, blacksmith, bds John W. Threadgall's 

Threadgall John W. janitor, h s s Pritchard b Broadwav and Jackson 

Threadgall Martha E. h 220 W. Wayne 

Thumm Jacob, (J. C. Pfeiffer & Co.) res country 

Tickenbro F. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 

Tickler VVm. E. miller h 256 W. Jefferson 

Tiemann Wm. laborer, h 234 W. Washington 

Tiemon Fred, carpenter, h 26 Wall 

Tierny T. laborer, wks P., Ft. VY. & C. R. R Shops 

Tigar John, (Freeman, T. & Co.) h 163 B. Berry 

Tigar Thos. (Tripp & T.) h 163 E. Berry 

Tigges Wm. h 141 E. Washington 

Tilker Chas. carpenter, h s e c Washington and Nelson 

Tilton J. J. conductor, bds 148 Harrison 

Timme B. teamster. City Mills 

Timmey Josie, chambermaid, Aveline House 

Timmis yVm. fireman, h n s Buchanan b Lafayette and Cass, Lasselle's 
Addition 

Tinkham M. H. engineer, h 38 Wilt 

Tinney H. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 

Titus Theodore, foreman, h n w c Chicago and Webster 

Tochlerman G. saloon, n w c Hanna and Wallace 

Tochtermann Gottleib, saloon, n w c Hanna and Wallace 

Todd Robt. (Fronefield & T.) h 26 W. Water 
Poland Hannah, widow, h n e c Chicago and Harrison 

Toledo, Wabash & Western Railway, Freight Depot and Office, on Rail- 
road Track b Calhoun and Harrison 

TOLEDO, WABASH & WESTERN RAILWAY Machine, 

Car, Blacksmith, Paint Shop, Round House and Yard, on Railroad 
Track, west of Ewing 

Tombaugh Thomas C. ftirmer, h n s Holman b Lafeyette and Clay 

Tone Julius, boiler maker, bds 167 Holman 

Tonna Julius, laborer, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Tons Henry, insurance solicitor and notary public, 50 Calhoun, h 80 W. 
Washington 

Toohey Patrick, laborer, h s s Melita b Webster and Hoagland 

Toomey Thomas, laborer, h 175 E. Washington 

Torman Henry, carpenter, h s s Maumee Road e of Corp. Line 

TOWER B. H., Manufacturer and Dealer in Furniture ; also Under- 
taker, 59 Columbia ; h 96 Lafayette 

Tower B. H., Jr. clerk 59 Columbia, bds 96 Lafayette 

Tower Floyd F. clerk, bds 145 W. Washington 

Towne D. H. bonnet bleacher, 86 Calhoun 



Townley Robt. W. (T. DeWald, Bond & Co.) res Elizabeth, N. J 
Township Trustee's Office, 78 Columbia, John G. Maier, Trustee 



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TOWNLEY, DE WALD, BOND & CO., (Bobt. W. T, Geo. 

DcW., Henry W. B., John C. Goodrich &, K. A. Greene) Dealers iu 

Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Cloaks, >Jantillas, Carpets, Oil Cloths, 

&e., 105 and 107 Columbia, corner Calhoun 
Traub L. saddles, 92 Columbia, h w s McClellan b Lewis and Douglas Av 
Trauerman Isaac, (L. Dessauer & Co.) h 92 W. Main 
Travelbee John, shoe maker, h 90 W. Water 
Trcep Anna, h w s Barr b AV^ayne and Washington 

Treep Mary, widow, boarding house, w s Barr b Wayne and Washington 
Trees James, watchman, h e s Pine b T., W. & W. K. -R, and Locust 
Trommel C. coppersmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Coppersmith Shop 
Tremmel Conrad, laborer, has Hanna b Jones and Grant 
Tremmel John, helper, h e s Hanna b Jones and Grant 
TRENAM GEO., Architect, Room 2, Ewing's Hall Building, s w c 

Main and Harrison ; h n s Main b Fulton and Broadway 
Trenchett Frank, engineer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Trenkley Celestin, (T. &, Scherzinger) bds Mayer House 
Trenkley & Scherzinger, (Celestin T. & Primus S.) jewelry, w s Calhoun 

b Berry and Wayne 
Trentman August C. (B. Trentman & Son) h u w c Harrison and Water 
Trentman B. H. 51 Clay, h 151 E. Wayne^ 
TRENTMAN B. & SON, (Bernard & August) Wholesale Grocers 

and Dealers iu Liquors, 56 Calhoun 
Trentman Bernard, (B. T. & Son) h 10 W. Water 
Trentman Bernard, Jr. clerk 56 Calhoun, bds 10 W. Water 
Trentman Henry, (Clark & T.) h 10 W. Water 
Trentman J. H. bakery, 19 W. Wayne, bds 27 W. Berry 
Trentman John, h 151 E. Wayne 
Treseler Frederick, laborer, h 156 Ewing 
Treseler Henry, plasterer, h 156 Ewing 
Tressel Herman, butcher, bds Fred. Eckert's 
Tressel Philip, baker, wks Stoner & Wigent's 
Tressell H. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 
TRESSELT & BOTH, (Chas. T. & Theodore B.) Importers and 

AVholesale and Retail Dealers in China, Glass, Queensware, Lamps, 

Cutlery, &c., 69 Columbia 
Tresselt Chas. (T. & Both) h 88 E. Jefferson 
Tresselt Christian, (Siemon, Bro. & Co.) h 55 E. Jefferson 
Tresselt Herman, butcher, bds Fred. Eckard's 
Tressle Geo. laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Treuchet Celestin, carpenter, h e s Lafayette b Buchanan and Lasselle 
Trier Henry, (T. & Tagmeyer) h s w c Water and Ewing 
TRIER & TAGMEYER, (Henry T. & David T.) Shingle and 

Lath Manufacturers, n w c Ewing and W. & E. Canal 

Trimble , carpenter, wks 0. D. Hurd's 

Trimble Marion, brakemaa, bds 224 Lafayette 
Trimble Rebecca, seamstress, bds 92 E. Lewis 
Trimble Samuel, carpenter, h 92 E. Lewis 
Trioup Fred, watchman, N. G. Olds & Sou's 
Tripp Rickerson M. (T. & Tigar) h 30 Madison 

TRIPP & TIGAR, (Rickerson M. T. & Thos. T.) Shirt Manufac- 
turers and Dealers iu Gents' Furnishing Goods, n w c Calhoun and 

Berry 
Troeller Emil, shoe maker, bds 101 W. Washington 



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Trout E. drayman, h s s Washington b Clay and Mo 

Troutniau Fred, baker, wks Stoner & Wigeut's 

Troutiuann Jacob, teamster, h 122 E. Wayne 

Troutmann John, teamster, h 122 B. Wayne 

Trowbridge Addison, h e s Barr b Main and Columbia 

Truchet Frank, engineer, h s e c Lasselle and Cass, Lasselle's Addition 

Tubbs , miller, h s s Pearl b Maiden Lane and Cass 

Tuiberg Maurice, laborer, h n s Hough b Clay and Monroe 

Tulley John, fireman, bds John W. Deeter's 

Tully J. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. 11. II. Round House 

Tully T. engineer, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 

Tunison Mrs. N. Y. restaurant, w s Calhoun b Baker and Railroad 

Tunisou Wm. F. clerk, w s Calhoun b Baker and Railroad 

Turberg Maurice, lamplighter, wks Ft. Wayne Gas Light Works 

Turbett Geo. W. carpenter, h 245 E. Lewis 

Turner Hall, s w c Main and Harrison 

Turner Joseph, roofer, h e s Jackson b Pritchard and P., Ft. W. & C. 

R. R 
Twiman Robert, barber, bds Joseph Sampson's 
Tyler Daniel, turner, bds Nelson Wheeler's 
Tyler Fred, cabinet maker, bds Nelson Wheeler's 
Tyler J. S. carpenter, nee Harrison and Williams 
Tyuer Cyrus, harness maker, bds S. H. Shoaff's 
Tyrrell Mrs. V. B. widow, h 50 Wall 



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Uebelhoer Frederick, plasterer, h n s Lavina b Fairfield Av. and Broadway 
Uebelhoer Philip, boots and shoes, 56 E. Main 
Ueizer L. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. K. Machine Shop 
Ulrich Lizzie, waiter, Railroad Eating House 
Underberg Matthias, laborer, h 200 E. Jefterson 
Underfold Henry, carpenter, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Car Shop 
Underbill P. S. (U. & Young) h w s Bluffton Plank Road near Corpora- 
tion Line 
Underbill & Young, (P. S. U.. & J). Y.) steam marble and building stone 

works, office and mill n w c Cass and Pearl 
Underwood Ellen, laundress, Harmon House 

UNDERWRITERS' AGENCY OF NEW YORK, John 

Hough, Agent, 50 Calhoun 
Unger Albert E. cigar maker, h 39 W. Washington 
linger Andreas, laborer, h n s Wilt b Rockhill and College 
Unger F. tinner, wks P., Ft. W. & C R. R. Tin Shop 
Unger Geo. physician, h 46 W. Washington 
Unger Gottlieb, tinner, bds Geo. Unger's 
Unger Joseph, cigar maker, bds n w c Barr and Wayne 
Union Block, n w c Main and Clinton 
Union House, 49 W. Main 

UNITED STATES EXPRESS CO., C. L. Smith, Agent, w s 

Harrison opposite Columbia 

UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE COLLEC- 
TOR'S OFFICE, 44 Calhoun, W. H. Withers, Collector 



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UNITED STATES PENSION AGENCY, 28 E. Wayne; 

Sol. D. Bayless, Agent , 

XJpdegraff Mrs. H. widow, h 34 Douglas Av 
Updegraif Wm. W. h n w c Harrison and Douglas Av 
Upleeer Chas. saloon 136 Columbia, h w s Broadway near P., Ft. W. & 

C. R. R. Track 
Upmeyer Frederick, carpenter, h e s Monroe b Lewis and Madison 

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Valroff Xavier, saloon, 5 Clinton 

Van Alstine & Co. (Wm. Van A. & Mrs. Ann Cothrell) stable, w s Barr 

b Main and Columbia 
Van Alstine Wm (Van A. & Co.) h n e c Barr and Berry 
Vananda Franklin, carpenter, h w s Gay b Jones and Grant 
A^'anbaker Lorenzo, h w s Ewing b Washington and Jefferson 
Vanderau Jasper, laborer, bds 22 Madison 

Van Geison Munson, carpenter, h w s Fulton b Washington and Jefferson 
Vantassel Samuel, laborer, bds Cyrus A. Hayes', Bloomingdale 
Vaughn Henry, butcher, b 186 W. Main 
Vaugier Xavier, farmer, h 8 Sturgis 
Vazeli Peter, helper, wks T., ^Y. & W. R. E. Shops 
Vegele Lizzie, clerk, Geo. Fox's 

Vincent , bds 86 E. Main 

Vincent James, cloth finisher, wks Summit City Woolen Mills 

Vizard Anthony, blacksmith, bds cor Webster and Melita 

Vizard Anthony, blacksmith, bds Thos. Howley's 

Vizard J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Vizard John, laborer, h n s Melita b Harrison and Webster 

Vizard Martin, helper, -wks T., W. & W. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Vizard Rose, widow, h s s Brandriff b Webster and Huagland 

Vizard Thos. helper, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

VOGEL'G. G. & SON, (Chas. G. & Frank B.) Merchant Tailors, 

Clothiers and Dealers in Gents' Furnishing Goods, e s Calhoun opp. 

Phoenix Block 
Vogel Chas. G. (C. G. V. & Son) h e s Calhoun b Main and Columbia 
Vogel Mrs. E. millinery rooms, e s Calhoun opp. Phoenix Block 
Vogel Frank B. (C. G. Vogel & Son) h e s Calhoun b Main and Columbia 
Voigd Christina, widow, h 269 W. Washington 
Voigd Herman, bricklayer, h 269 W. Washington 

Voirol Frank, (Geo. J. E. Mayer & Co.) h s w c E. Wayne and Francis 
Volbiecht Ferdinand, bar keeper, Charles Upleger's 
Volland Henry, miller, h 279 W. Washington 
VoUmer Daniel, (V. & Sturgis) h 153 W. Berry 
Vollmer & Sturgis, druggists, 64 Calhoun 
Volmerding Fred, tailor, h 123 Lafayette 
Vorce John, cook, Railroad Eating House 
VORDERMARK E. & SONS, (Ernst, John W. & Henry P.) 

Manufacturers and Dealers in Boots, Shoes, Leather, Findings, &c., 

4 Phoenix Block, w s Calhoun b Main and Columbia 
Vordermark Ernst, (E. V. & Sons) res Adams Tp 
Vordermark Henry P. (E. Vordermark & Sons) bds 16 E. Washington 



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Vorderniark John W. (E. Vordermark & Sons) h 16 E. Washington 
Vorderniark Lewis P. clerk E. Vordermark & Sons', bds 16 E.^Wash- 



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Voss Louis, res John F. Kruse's 



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Wabash & Erie Canal Company Collector's Office, n w c Clinton and Co- 
lumbia, A. C. Probasco, Collector 

Waddingtoa AVm. car master P., Ft. W. & C. R. Pi. Car Shop, h 86 
Montgomery 

Wadges Wm. carpenter, h n w c Montgomery and Clay 

Wafel Adolph, tinner, 81 Columbia 

WAGENHALS Rev. SAMUEL, Pastor Trinity (English) 
Lutheran Church, bds iiockhill House 

WAGNER H. G., Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Drugs, Medi- 
cines, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs, &c., w s Calhoun opposite Court 
House ; h s s Main b Maiden Lane and Cass 

Wagner John, carpenter, h e s Webster b Highland and Dawson 

Wagner Bernard, attorney e s Court b Main and Berry, over Post Office 
h 59 W. Wayne 

Wahmhuff Wm. planer, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Go's 

Wait Clara, teacher, bds Eockhili House 

Wait Warren, laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Wakely F. B. bds Rockhill House 

Wakeman B. laborer, wks Summit City Woolen Mills 

Walchlin John, watchman, h n s Taylor west of Pine 

Walda Cbas. carpenter, h s s Washington b Nelson and Garden 

Walda Christian, carpenter, h s w c Washington and Nelson 

Walda Henry, carpenter, h 269 W. Jefferson 

Waldman Benj. laborer, wks Martin Schmidt's 

Waldmaun Benj. saloon, w s Calhoun b Washington and Jefferson 

Waldo Frederick, laborer, h 217 E. Jefferson 

Waldo Wm. carpenter, h s w c Wayne and Hanna 

Wales A. J. law student, with J. A. Fay 

Walford W. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 

Walker Anthony, molder, bds John Graf's 

Walker James H. gas engineer, h 20 E. Washington 

Walker Wm. bds Mrs. Mary Treep's 

Wall Kate, cook, Aveline House 

Wall S. S. fireman, bus Butler b Harrison and Webster 

Wall Watson, druggist, h s e c Main and Lafayette 

Wallace A. asst. cferk P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop, h s e c Barr 
and Jefferson 

Wallace Bonaparte, h 63 E. Water 

Wallace C. W. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 

Wallace Frederick, carpenter, h 140 Harrison 

Wallace W. J. blacksmith, h 216 E_. Lewis 

Wallbaum Henry, shoemaker, h 1-15 E. Lewis 

Walles Fred, carpenter, h 140 Harrison 

Waller Fred, painter, bds John Hoffet's 

Walsh Garret, laborer, h n s Holman b Barr and Lafayette 



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Waltematch Chas. laborer, h 1:52 E. Lewis 

Waltematch Heury, (H. Wigman & Co.") h s s E. Lewis b Lafayette and 
Clay 

Waltematch Heury, laborer, h 20 W. Lewis 

Waltemuth Louis, boatman, h 139 Clay 

Walter Daniel, blacksmith, bds Christian Bruns' 

Walter Frank, shoemaker, h w s Pine b Locust and T., W. & W. R. R 

Walters David, confectionery w s Calhoun b Wayne and Washington, h s s 
Lewis b Harrison and Webster 

Walters Eliza, widow, h e s Ewing b W^ayne and Washington 

WALTHER F. W. & CO^., (Fred. Wm. W. & Henry Orff) Piano 
Makers and Repairers, Dealers in Pianos, Organs, Sheet Music, 
Musical Merchandise, &.C., w s Calhoun b Washington and Jefferson 

Walther Fred. W. (F. W. W. & Co.) h w s Calhoun b Washington and 
Jefferson 

Waltke Geo. clerk Post Office, bds 117 Madison 

W^altke Wm. marble cutter, h 117 Madison 

Walton C. H tel. operator, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R., bds Mayer House 

Walton I. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Wamhof W"m. planer, h 178 Ewing 

Ward Addison, painter bds 32 E. Main 

W^ard E. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Lumber Yard 

WARD H. N., Importer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in China, Glass 
and Queensware, Lamps, Looking Glasses, Wall and Window Pap ers, 
House Furnishiu2,' Goods, etc., 48 Calhoun, opp. Court House; h 
233 W. Berry 

W^ard Samuel, laborer, h s s Wayne b Hanna and Francis 

Ward Wm. chief of police, h 153 W. Washington 

Ward Wm. A. brakeman, h e s Webster b Baker and Brackenridge 

Waring Anson, (Coombs & Co.) h 261 W. Wayne 

Warner C. T. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Round House 

Warner Cal. hi borer, h n e c Baker and Harrison 

W^arner David S, engineer, h s w c Calhoun and Highland 

Warner Gustavus, cigar maker 110 Broadway 

Wartenbe Ephraim B. sawyer, h 191 E. Wayne 

Washington Public School Building, s w c Washington and Union 

Washington Wm. laborer, wks Railroad Eating House 

Waterbeck Chas. laborer, h w s Oakley opp. Poplar 

Waters Elizabeth, h 135 W. Water 

Waters Harriet, h 135 W. Water 

Waters John P. county coroner, h 193 ^y. AVashiugton 

Watson C. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Round House 

Watson Maria, widow, h 12-4 Madison 

Waugh James B. engineer, h s w c Holman and Monroe 

Waugh Wm. F. fireman, h e s Lafayette b St. Francis and Creighton 

Waybel Platitus, cabinet maker, h n s Jefferson b Van Buren and Jackson 

Wayne Jacob, shoe maker, h s e c Lewis and Harrison 

Wayne Township Library, 78 Columbia, up stairs, John A. Maier, Li- 
brarian 

Weaver Al. painter, s s W. & E. Canal b Broadway and Van Buren 

Weaver Edwin, fireman, h 8G W. Jefferson 

WEBB A. M., Contractor, Carpenter and Builder, 114 W. Main ; h n 
w c Wayne and Jackson 

Webb M. A. clerk 73 Columbia, bds A. S. Evan's 



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Webbeking Conrad, carpeuter, h 46 Bluffton Plauk Road 

Webber Benj. machinist, h s e c Bass and Fairfield Av 

Webber Mary, waiter, Railroad Eating House 

WEBER A., Millinery, Ladies' and Childrens' Furnishing Store, n w 
c Main and Clinton, Union Block 

Weber Adam, shoe maker, h 9 Montgomery 

Weber Beij. millwrisht, wks Bass & Hanna's 

WEBER ERWIN, Dealer in Stoves and Manufticturer of Tin, Cop- 
per and Sheet Iron Ware, 15 Clinton ; h 183 Clinton 

Weber Frederick, machinist, h n s Maumee b Calhoun and Clinton 

Weber J. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Weber J. J. teacher, h 118 E. Wayne 

Weber John, laborer, h n e c Wayne and Francis 

Weber N. Milton, bar keeper, bds 9 E. Wayne 

Weber Nicholas, cigar maker, wks Chas. Ortmann's 

Weber Peter, stone mason, h 294 W. Jefferson 

Weed Maria, widow, h 140 Columbia 

Weeks J. W. painter, wks P. Ft. W. & C. R. R. Paint Shop 

Weeks John H. painter, bds nee Clay and Hough 

Wefel Fred, carpenter, h s s High w of Lima Plank Road, Bloomingdale 

Wefel John H. carpenter, h n s High w of Lima Plank Road, Blooming- 
dale 

Wefel Wm. carpenter, h n s High w of Lima Plank Road, Bloomingdale 

Wefle Adolph, tinner, h 21 E. Washington 

Wege C. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Weglage Henry, bar keeper, W. Weute & Figel's 

Wehmer Mrs. H. widow, h 93 Clinton 

Wehrs Fred. (.J . C. Pfeifier & Co.) bds e s Lima Plank Road near Canal 
Feeder, Bloomin2;dale 

Wehrs Wm shoe maker, h 133 E. Lewis 

Weibel Placidus, carpenter, h 21G W. Jefferson 

Weibrock Heury, butcher, h 86 Barr 

Weideu Wm. upholsterer, bds 32 E. Main 

Weidman Joseph, brewer, h 236 E. Jefferson 

Weigman Fred, laborer, h 200 E. Jefferson 

Weigmann Wm. blacksmith, h 45 W. Jefferson 

Weik Adam, pattern maker, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Weikman F. laborer, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Weil Jacob, pedlar, h 41 E. Wayne . 

Weiman & Scheffer, (Wm. W. & Joseph S.) confectioners, nee Main 
and Calhoun 

Weiman Wm. (W. & Scheffer) 

W^eirs Catharine, servant, s w c Wayne and Clinton 

Weis Emanuel, pedlar, h s e c Griffith and Jefferson 

Weis Kate, bds 24 W. Jefferson 

Weisenburacr B. boatman, h 252 W. Jefferson 

Weisman Jacob, saloon, n s Main b Calhoun and Harrison 
Weismautel Joseph, stone cutter, wks Sutermeister and Becker s 

WEISSER E. & CO., (Emanuel W. & J. F. Schaellkopf) Tanners 
and Curriers, Dealers in Leather, Findings, Oils, Hides, \c., w s 
Calhoun b Columbia and Canal 
Weisser Emanuel, (E. W. & Co.) res 1 mile north of the city 
Welch Bridget, servant, 9 E. Wayne 
Welch Geo. W. engineer, h n s Melita b Webster and Kansas 



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Welch John, watchman, h s s Walnut b Fairfield Av. and Oakley 

Welch Patrick, h s s Walnut b Fairfield Av. and Oakley 

Welch Patrick, blacksmith, nee Water and Barr 

Welch Wm. tailor, h 70 Madison 

AVeleman Henry, carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Co.'s 

Welker Daul. tailor, h n s Douglas w of Lima Plank Hoad, Bloomingdale 

Welker Henry, cabinet maker, h s s Wall w of Hood 

Weller Barbara, widow, h s e c Barr and Wayne 

Weller Geo. laborer, h 101 Madison 

Weller John, meat store, w s Calhoun b Washington and Wayne, h 139 
Harrison 

Wellmann Frederick, laborer, h w s Jackson b Washington and Jeflferson 

Wellmann Henry, carpenter, h 2-47 W. Wayne 

Wells A. dentist, n w c Calhoun and Berry, h 128 W. Wayne 

Wells Almira, h 2 Madison 

Wells C. M. farmer, h 2 Madison 

Wells Gr. B. harness maker, bus Water b Harrison and Ewing 

WELLS HARVEY, Local Editor Ft. Wayne Democrat ; bds 70 
W. Main 

Wells John, blacksmith, h 163 E. Lewis 

Wells John, shoemaker, h 114 Broadway 

Wells John, teamster, wks A. C. Beaver's 

Wells John R. blacksmith, h 105 E. Lewis 

Wells Ruth M. h 2 Madison 

Welsh John, laborer, h s s BrandriiF b Webster and iloagland 

Weltin John, machinist, h e s Barr b Lewis and Montgomery 

Wendt Henry laborer, h 32 W. Lewis 

Wenninghoft' Christ, cigars, &c , 74 Calhoun 

WenningholF Eadolph, cigar maker, wks 74 Calhoun 

Wenrich Jonathan, carpenter, h rear 96 W. Jefifersoa 

Wente Henry, laborer, wks Trier & Tagmeyer's 

Wente J. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Wente John D. laborer, h ws Calhoun b Highland and Dawson 

WENTE W. & FIGEL, (Wm. W. & W. F.) Pleasure Garden, Res- 
taurant and Saloon, e s Maumee River, head of Main 

Wente Wm. (W. Wente & Figel) saloon, s s Main 2d door w of 
Harrison, h e s Maumee River head of Main 

Wentworth Mary, milliner, dress and cloak maker, 98 Columbia 

Wercher P. watchman. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Wery John H. h n s Williams b Hoagland and Fairfield Av 

Wessel John, engineer, h e s Lafayette b Buchanan and St. Francis, Las- 
selle's Addition 

Westcott D. L. clerk T., W. & W. R. R. Shops, res country 

Westcott Robert, machinist, wks T,. W. & W. R. R. Machine Shop 

Westenfelt F. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Western District School, s w c Jefferson and Griffith 

Western Inventors' Union, office 21 Court, J. J. Kamm, Business Man- 



ager 



WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO., Office, n w c Berry 

and Calhoun; Chas. H. Currier, Manager 
Westsall F. laborer, wks P. Ft. W. & C. R. K. Shops 
Weston Fred, laborer, bds 50 Columbia 
Westrumb H. C. F. h s s Wayne east of Corp. Line 
Wettling John, laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Freight Depot 



FORT WAYNE [WIE] DIRECTORY. 175 

Wetz Isaac, detective, h n s Montgomery b Barr and Lafayette 

Wetzel John, cabinet maker, h rear 140 E. Jefierson 

Weuer Dietrich, laborer, bds 201 Ewing 

Weulliman Henry, fireman, wks N. Gr. Olds & Son's 

WEUTZ REV. JOSEPH, Pastor St. Mary's Roman Catholic 
Church ; h 132 E. Jefferson 

Whalen Johanna, widow, h n s Bass b Hoagland and Prince 

Whaley Hannah, widow, res Lemuel Boling's 

Whan Joseph, millwright, h n w c Jackson and Wilt 

WHEDON DAVID P., Attorney at Law, United States Commis- 
sioner and Register in Bankruptcy ; Office, n w c (/alhouu and Maiu ; 
bds Aveline House 

WHEELER NELSON, Manufacturer of Cabinet Furniture, s s 
Maiu b FultoQ and Broadway ; h n e c Wayne and Rockhill 

WHEELER & WILSON'S SEWING MACHINES, 52 

and 54 Calhoun ; C. L. Hill, Agent 
Whelan John, laborer, wks Bass & Hanna's 
Whery W. physician, n w c Calhoun and Columbia 
Whiuery John, fireman. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 
Whinery John, machinist, li n w c Melita and Harrison 
Whiuery Joseph, fireman, h n s Buchanan b Lafayette and Cass, Las- 

selle's Addition 
Whinery Robert, fireman, h n e c Baker and Harrison 
White i). printer, bds Mrs. Mary Treep's 
White D. P. deputy county recorder, bds Hamilton House 
WHITE J. B., Great Western Tea Depot; Fort Wayne Fruit 
House ; Wholesale Grocer, Provision and Fruit Dealer, 18 W. 
Berry ; h 51 Barr 
White John I. book-keeper Bass & Hanna's, bds Aveline House 
White Kate, waiter, Aveline House 
White Peter, boatman, h 263 E. Wayne 
White Wm. engineer. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 
Whitehead Arthur, engineer, h w s Calhoun b Grand and Highland 

Whitehead John G. book-keeper 48 E. Main, h 80 Barr 

Whitehead John G. saloon, 80 Barr 

Whiteley Thos. R. clerk, bds 103 E. Washington 

Whiteman Levi, brakeman, h s s Bass b Hoaglaud and Prince 

Whiting Ira C. (W. & Kalbacherj h w s Blutt'tou Plank lioad b P., 1-t. 
W. & C. R. R. and T., W. & W. R. R 

WHITING & KALBACHER, (Ira C. W. & Anton K.) Dealers 
in Flour, Feed and Provisions, s w c Calhoun aud Grand 

Whitmore Kate, servant, Hedekin House 

Whitney Washington I. engineer, h 111 Broadway 

Whittaker A. M. plasterer, h 108 W. Washington 

Whittles J. machinist, h 240 E. Lewis 

Widbrauck Henry, butcher, wks Jacob Doelker's 

Widen Wm. uphol'sterfcr, bds 32 E. Main 

Widman Sebastian, brewer, wks Martin Schmidt's 

Wiebke Henry, groceries, 98 Barr 

Wiegand Sebastian, carpenter, h e s Lafayette b Wallace and Lharles 

Wiehmann Ferdinand, tailor, h 93 W. Water 

Wiehn Jacob, shoe maker, h s e c Harrison aad licwis 

Wiekert Harry, painter, bds Hedekiu House 

Wieman Wm. confectioner, h 68 W. Main 



176 FORT WAYNE [WIL] DIRECTORY. 

Wiesche Peter, laborer, h 129 Jackson 

Wigeut B. baker, wks Stoner & Wigent's 

Wigent Chauncey, driver, bds John Wigent's 

Wigent John C. (Stoner & W.) h w s Harrison b Pearl and Columbia 

Wiggins A. J. clerk, h 40 Monroe 

Wiggins A. J. clerk, h 43 E. Wayne 

Wight Don. printer, wks Fort Wayne Democrat Office 

WIGMAN H. & CO., (Henry W., Geo. Geerke & Henry Walte- 

luatch) Dealers in Family Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, Fancy 

Goods, Toys, &c., 19 E. Main 
Wigman Henry, (H. W. & Co ) h IV E. Lewis 
Wigman Wm. helper, h 45 W. Jefferson 

Wihe Richard, laborer, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Round House 
Wike Adam, pattern maker, h 259 E. Washington 
Wilcox Lester, carpenter, h n e c Calhoun and Hamilton 
Wilder Edmond, at Old Fort House 

Wilder Edwin, Old Fort House, nee Main and Lafayette 
Wilder J. H. axe and pick handles, n s Canal b Clinton and Barr, bds 

Hanna House 
Wilding J. W. plasterer, h 252 W. Wayne 
Wilding James, plasteier, h 252 W. Wayne 
Wiley Sarah J. widow, h 124 Barr 
Wiley Susan, cook, Railroad Eating House 
Wilhelm John, turner, bds Union House 
Wilke Henry, cigar maker, bds Philip Schieferstein's 
Wilken Herman, boatman, h n w c Water and Cass 
Wilkeuing Gottleib, carpenter, h 40 Lavina 

Wilkens Christian, butcher, h w s Broadway b Washington and Jefferson 
WILKINSON REV. C. H., Pastor Centennary Methodist Church ; 

h 30 Williams, b Webster and Harrison 
Will H. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. E. Blacksmith Shop 
Will Thomas H. blacksmith, h e s Hanna b Jefferson and Madison 
Willard James R. (Fort Wayne Gazette Co.) bds Rockhill House 
Willenburg Francis W. painter, h n s Oak b Division and Walnut 
Williams Edward P. (Meyer Brothers & Co.) h 61 W. Berry 
Williams Effingham F. clerk 105 and 107 Columbia, bds 50 E. Berry 
Williams Eva, laundress, Mayer House 
Williams F. clerk, bds 50 E. Berry 

Williams Henry M. (P. Hoagland & Co.) h 96 W. Wayne 
WILLIAMS IRA D., Photographic Gallery and Stock Depot, 96 

and 98 Columbia 
WILLIAMS JESSE L., Civil Engineer and Surveyor ; Office and 

Residence, 96 W. Wayne 
Williams John, helper, h w s Barr b Wayne and Washington 
Williams John, turner, bds 49 W. Main 
Williams John H. wagon maker, sec Pearl and Fulton 
Williams Mary, waiter, Mayer House 

Williams Mary, widow, h w s Lafayette b Holman and Montgomery 
Williamson M. F. physician, n w c Calhoun and Berry, h 161 Ewing 
Williard B. L. P. h 45 Madison 

Willson E. H. machinist, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Machine Shop 
Willsou H. F. attorney and solicitor of patents, 44 Calhoun, h s s Brack- 

euridge b Calhoun and Harrison 
WILLSON O. J., Clerk, Toledo, Wabash & Western Railway Shops 



FORT WAYNE [WOL] DIRECTORY. 177 1 

WILMOT J. C, House, Sign and Ornamental Painter, Paper 
Hanger. Dealer in Paints, Oils, &c., e s Clinton b Main and Colum- 
bia ; h 57 E. Berry 
Wilson A. J. harness maker, bds Phillips House 
Wilson Edward, machinist, bds Wm, S. Cannon's 
Wilson Geo. H. (W., Schuckman & Wuhler) h 132 W. Wayne 
Wilson Judson, clerk 90 Columbia, bds n w c Washington and Clinton 
Wilson Lyde C. teacher, bds cor Clinton and Washington 
Wilson Sallie H. teacher, bds cor Washington and Clinton 
WILSON, SCHUCKMAN & MUHLER, (George H. W., 
John G. S. &. Chas. F. M.) Manufacturers of Tin, Copper and Sheet 
Iron Ware ; Dealers in Stoves, Hollow-ware, Tinners' Stock, Tools, 
&c., 81 Columbia 
Wilson W. C. book-keeper, h 126 Clinton 
Wilson Wm. conductor, bds Mayer House 
Wilson Wm. C. laborer, wks Cochnn, Humphrey & Co's 
Wilson Wm. D. wagon maker, h s w c Lasselle and Cass, Lasselle's Ad- 
dition 
Wilt John M. surveyor, h w s Calhoun b Grand and Highland 
Winbaugh John, carpenter, h n s Madison b Lafayette and Clay 
Wines Elizabeth, widow, h 155 W. Berry 
Wines Marshall W. attorney, h 155 W. Berry 
Wingate John, teamster, h e s John b Jones and Herndon 
Wiugert Sebastian, carpenter, wks 0. D. Hurd's 
Winset Samuel, brakeman, bds Mrs. N. Y. Tunison's 
Winte C. carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Go's 
Wise Piatt J. box manuf s s Railroad east of Calhoun, h 230 W. Berry 
Wise W. B. millwright, h s s Baker b Harrison and Webster 
Wise W. P. millwright, wks Bass Si, Hanna's 
Wiseman Catherine, h w s Harrison opp Columbia 
Wismer Nicholas, h e s Lafayette b St. Francis and Creighton 
WITHERS W. H., Collector United States Internal Revenue ; 
Office, 4:-l Calhoun, over Hamilton's Bank ; Residence, Washington 
Township 
Withman Harry, foreman Bloomingdale Brewery, h north of Douglas 

and west of Lima Plank Road, Bloomingdale 
Witte Christ, carpenter, h n s Charles b Lafayette and Clay 
Witte Frank, coffin maker, bds 197 E. Washington 
Witte Wm. boiler maker, bus Charles b Lafayette and Clay 
Wiltemann Ulrich, laborer, h n e c Lafayette and Charles 
Wittrock August, laborer, h s e e Holman and Monroe 
Witwer David, clerk 45 Columbia, bds American House 
Wizzard Stephen, cigar maker, bds 86 E. Main 
Woebking Christian, carpenter, h 96 W. Jefferson 
Wohlert Chas. laborer, wks Bass ik Hanna's 
Wohleben Matthias, blacksmith, bds Andrew Adler's 
Wohuker Frederick, drayman, h 205 E. Washington 
Wolf Abraham, meats n s Main b Calhoun and Harrison, h 73 W. Mam 
Wolf Heurv, shoemaker, h ws Calhoun b Washington and Jefferson 
Wolf James, helper, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Wolf James M. car inspector, h 8-1 Montgomery 
Wolf Louis, clerk Frank & Thanhouser's, bds U W. Wayne 
Wolf Richard, helper, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Blacksmitu Shop 
Wolfe Margaret, widow, h 117 Madison ^ 



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Wolff Louis, clerk, bds 44 W. Wayne 

Wolford W. A. tinner, bds nee Water and Clinton 

Wolford Wm. machinist, h n e e Lafayette and Wallace 

Wolfort R. W. machinist, h 51 Monroe 

Wolke Louis, h w s Calhoun b Wayne and Washington 

Wood Geo. W. h 50 W. Water 

Wood Thomas, blacksmith, h s w c Union and Wilt 

Wood Thomas I;, blacksmith, bds s w c Union and Wilt 

WOOD W. S., Manufacturer of Looking-Glass and Picture Frames, 

and Dealer in Looking-Glasses, Pictures, Picture Frames, &c., w s 

Calhoun b Washington and Jefferson , bds sec Washington and 

Calhoun 
Woodmancy J. F. (Sloan & W.) bds s w c Calhoun and Jefferson 
Woodsvard Mrs. C. M. widow, h 58 W. Berry 
WOODWARD M. E., Importer and Jobber of Clothing, Cloths, 

Cassimeres, Hats, Caps, &c., 46 Calhoun ; h 144 E. Main 
Woodward Thos. S. brakeman, bds David S. Warner's 
Woodworth Alonzo, blacksmith, rooms 24 Douglas Av 
WOODWORTH B. S., Physician and Surgeon, Office w s Calhoun 

b Main and Berry, opposite Court House; h 234 W. Berry 
Woodworth James, h 114 Broadway 
Woodworth James, engineer, h 210 W. Wayne 
Woodworth James C. book-keeper Fort Wayne National Bank, h 218 

W. Way re 
Wooley C. H. checkman P., Ft. W. & C. R. Pt. Freight Depot, bds J. C. 

Davis' 
Woolsey H. B. wheelwright, wks N. G-. Olds & Son's 
Woolsey Hiram, bds 123 E. Washington 
Worden James L. (W. & Morris) h 99 E. Joffer.son 
WORDEN & MORRIS, (James L. W. & John M.) Attorneys at 

Law, Office w s Calhoun opposite Court House, Hamilton's Hall 

Building 
Worden W. H. carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Co's 
Work Robert, firmer, h n s Jeft'erson b College and Garden 
Worrell J. A. steward, Aveline House 
Wort J. M. collector Fort Wayne Gas Light Co., bus i^L^iu b Lafayette 

and Clay 
Woulfe Patrick, boots and shoes, e s Calhoun b Lewis and Holman 
Wright Amos W. (Fort Wayne Gazette Co.) bds Rockhill House 
Wright Chas. cabinet maker, h 190 W. Main 
Wright Ida, h 190 W. Main 

Wright Lewis, braKeman, h n w c Ewiug and George 
Wright Luther, carpenter, h s w c Douglas Av. and Webster 
Wright Martin, laborer, h 125 Hanna 
Wright Oliver, brakeman, h s w c Holman and Monroe 
Wuersteri Plenry, bar keeper, bds Mayer House 
Wuillemiu Henry, laborer, h s s Charles b Monroe and Hanna 
Wulker Anton, molder, wks Bass & Hanna's 
Wursteu Samuel, whitewasher, res Bloomingdale 

X 

Xavier Simon, lamplighter, wks Ft. Wayne Gas Light Works 



FORT WAYNE [ZIM] DIRECTORY. 179 



Yahne John, h s s Wall west of Bluffton Plank Road 

Yahue Mabala E. h 105 Broadway 

Yeaker August, laborer, b o s Hood b Pritchard and P., Ft W & C 

R. R 
Yeuks Elizabetb, widow, res Wm. Bixler's, Bloomingdale 
Yergcns Wm. (Rankc & Co.) b 85 VV. Washington 
Yobrtt Herman, butcher, h 151 E. Lewis 
Yobst John, laborer, h u s Madison b Hanna and Francis 
Yoekel Matthias, stone mason, h n s Henry b Hoagland and Fairfield Av 
Young Albert, wks Murray & Baker's 
Young D. (Underbill & Y.) h 147 W. Berry 
Young H. G. stone cutter, bds 147 W. Berry 
YOUNG _H. JACOB, Livery and Sale Stable, s s Pearl b Harrison 

and Maiden Lane ; h s e c Pearl and Maiden Lane 
Young Israel, conductor, h n s Baker b Harrison and Webster 
Young Louis, cigar maker, wks Lamley & Rosenthal's 
Young Louis, laborer, h n s Douglas Av. west of Lima Plank Road, 

Bloomingdale 
Young N. B. bds Aveline House 
Young P. F. barber, bds F. W. Meyers' 
Young Peter, laborer, h s s Wallace b Lafayette and Barr 
Youngblood Robert, brakeman, bds Samuel Youngblood's 
Youngblood Samuel, engineer, h s s Hough b Clay and Monroe 

Z 

Zahn Catherine, widow, h n w c Berry and Harmer 

Zahn F. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Zahn Wm. laborer, h 210 E. Jefferson 

Zauner Matthias, engineer, h n e c Force and Grant 

Zeigler Adam, wagon maker, h 121 Wilt 

Zeigler John, laborer, h e s Lafayette b St. Francis and Creighton 

Zeigler Peter, laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Zeller Mattie, res Mrs. H. J. Long's 

Ziegler Adam, wagon maker, h 121 Wilt 

Zimerly J. W'. painter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Paint Shop 

ZIMMEE, J. G., Upholsterer and Mattress Manufacturer, 25 W. 

Main 
Zimmerle Theophilus, engraver, e s Calhoun b Wayne and Washington 
Zimmerman Anton, groceries, 57 E. Main 
Zimmerman Anton, shoemaker, h s w c Jefferson and Barr 
Zimmerman David, shoemaker, h w s Lafayette b Main and Columbia 
ZIMMERMAN E. & CO., (Engelbert Z. & Robt. Lowry) Editors 

and Publishers Fort Wayne Democrat, Office s w c Calhoun and 

Pearl 
Zimmerman Engelbert, (E. Z. & Co.) h G6 W. Main 
Zimmerman Frank E. clerk Frank c\j Thanhouser's, h s w c Washington 

and Ewing 



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DIRECTORY. 



Zimmermau Geo. clerk 78 Columbia, bds 94 W. Main 

Zimmerman John, clerk Gratigay & Go's, bds Maiu Street Exchanse 

Zimmerman Matthias, laborer, h 209 E. Jefferson 

Zimmerman Stephen, shoemaker, h w s Lima Plank Road, Bloomingdale 

Zink John, drayman, h s s Locust west of Pine 

Zohu Nicholas, helper, wks J. C. Bowser & Go's 

Zolkr Geo. shoemaker, s s Huntington Road west of Bridge 

ZOLLARS A., Attorney at Law and Notary Public, Office 44 Calhoun, 

Hamilton's Building ; h 1 Brackenridge 
Zollars Enoch, h 204 \V. Wayne 
Zoller Valentine, laborer, h north of Douglas and west of Lima Plank 

Road, Bloomingdale 
Zollinger F. turner, wks 50 E. Main 
Zollinger Henry C. (Rohrer & Z.) h 176 E. Wayne 
Zollinger Louis, blacksmith, bds Chas. Mesing's 
Zorbaugh Emanuel, machinist, h 180 Griffith 
Zwick H. & Co. (Henry Z. & Fred. Hilker) groceries, n w c Calhoun and 

Washington 
Zwick Henry, (H. Z. & Co.) h 82 W. Jefferson 




BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



For Residence and Business Location see Alphabetical List of Names in body of the Work. 



Academy. 

Sisters of Providence 

Agricultural Implements. 
COMPARET D. F. 
McCULLOCH & RICHEY 
MORGAN & BEACH 
NELSON, DeGROF & CO 
SMICK S. S. 

Architect. 
TEENAM GEO. 

Attorneys at Law. 
BAYLESS SOL. D. 
BLOOMHUFF S. H. 
BOWSER JEFFEKSON C. 
Brackenridge Joseph 
Brackcnridne Robert 
Carsou Wm. W. 
COLERICK D. H. & W. G. 
COLERICK DAVID 
Colerick Jolm 
CONGER JOHN 
C003IBS & MILLER 
Dawson & Bittinger 
DuBois Jolin B. 
EDGERTON JOSEPH K. 
FAY J. A. 
France Joseph S. 
Hicks C. Carroll 
HOUGH JOHN 
Jenison Wm. ¥. 
Keil Fred. Vf . 
KERR WM. J. 
iSinde & Swayne 
O'ROURKE EDWARD 
RAiNDALL F. P. 



ROBERTSON ROBERT S. 
RYAN DANIEL 
Schell James H. 
Sinchiir Saml. E. 
SPENCER MARTIN V. B. 
Wa2;uer Bernard 
WHEDON DAVID P. 
WiUson H. F. 
WORDEN & MORRIS 
ZOLLARS A. 

Auction and Commission. 

Filsoa R. C. 
STAPLE FORD L. P. 

Axe & Pick Handle Manuf . 

W^ildcr J. H. 

Bakeries. 

Albert Nicholas J. 
Blase Lewis 
Glaser Ed. F. 
Hoffner Christ &^Co. 
Immel Henry 
Kempf Wm. 
Schwieters Herman 
STELLHORN HENRY 
Stoner & Wigeut 
Trentman J. H. 

Banks and Bankers. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF 

FT. WAYNE. 
FT. WAYNE NATIONAL BANK 
HAMILTON, ALLEN & CO. 
M ERCHANTS' NATIONAL 

BANK 



182 FORT WAYNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 


Barber Shops. 


Hasty John 


BLOOM DANIEL 


Henderson Mrs. W. D. 


Bowes Samuel 


Herbst Frederick 


Evans Richard H. 


Hoffet John 


Haaa; Brothers 


Kellenberger Francis 


Haufler David 


MANIER HYPOLITE 


HeldtJohn M. 


Martin C. N. 


Hettinger Israel B. 


Renaud Julia 


Kensey Saml. T. 


Seybold Fred. 


Lans: 0. 


Treep Mary 


MEYERS F. C. 


Boiler Makers.' 


Meyers F. W. 
Michael Herman 
Munroe W. H. 
Sampson Joseph 


BASS & HANNA 
McLACHLAN & KEILL 
MURRAY & BAKER 




Shidel Chas. 


Bologna Sausage Makers. 


Bedstead Manufacturer. 


Eckard Fred. & Co. 


PIERCE J. S. 


Oflfenbach Peter 


A^ _■_ ■ ' _L V V--' K— ' ^^ * r^m^ w 


SCHIEFERSTEIN PHILIP 


Billiard Rooms. 


STRODEL M. 


Fluuo & McCarthy 
Goodman Francis X, 


Bonnet Bleacher. 


GRONAUER W. G. 


Towne D. H. 


IIANNUM D. 


Book Binders and Blank 


O'CONNELL & BRO. 


Book Manufacturers. 


Rapp Christian 


Davis & Bro. 


Blacksmiths. 


Jones Diivid W. & Sou 


BAKER JOHN 


NORTON W. H. 


Becker Frederick 


Books and Stationery. 


BROSSORD GEORGE 


KEIL & BRO. 


Brown John 


SIEMON, BRO. & CO. 


Chovey Chas. 


STOCKBRIDGE N. P. 


EHRMANN CHAS. 
Figel Fred. 


Boots and Shoes. 


FRANCIS ADAM 


App Jlatthias 


Harter J. 


Clauss J. & Broking 


Holzwarth E. 


FOELLINGER JACOB 


Howley Thomas 


HERMSDORFER G. A. 


MESING CHAS. 


Humphrey Noah 


Meyer Henry 


Jacobs W. & Sou 


Patten Chas. 


Kaiser Henry 


Welch Patrick 


Leeser & Etzold 




MANNIX THOMAS 


Boarding Houses. 


MARKLEY,SCHRADER & CO. 


Ahestel Anna M. 


Marsh H. W. 


Bower John F. 


MEYER ERNST 


Coombes Eliza 


Mohr John 


Fleming Mrs. S. E. 


Nill George 


Fox Mrs. Henry C. 


Nill Henry 


Gibford Catharine 


Nohe Joseph 


Grubb Mary 


NOLL M. 


Hamilton House 


ROBINSON JAMES H. 


Hanna House 


Rocholl M. A. 



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183 



SANDER C. W. 

Schiefer C. 

SCHMIDT & BRUNNER 
SCHULZ PETER 
Schuiz VVm 
Sparks F. Jfe Co. 
STELLHORX & iMOEELL 
Uebelhoer Philip 
Vordermark E. & Sons 
VVoulfc Patrick 

Box Manufacturer. 

Wi=e Piatt J. 

Brass Founders. 
HATTERSLEY A. 
MURRAY ct BAKER 

Breweries. 
BECK J. F. & STOTZ 
Ccutlivre L. C. 
Hartman Herman 
HORNUNG JOHN GEO. 
NIERMAN H. & M. 
SCHMIDT MARTIN 

Brick Machines. 
LILLIE SAML. JR. 

Brick Yard. 

Allegeir B. H. 

Brokers. 

STAPLEFORD L. P. & CO. 

Broom Manufacturers. 

Cole & Beck. 

Candy Manufacturers. 

BEARD T. D. 
FOX GEORGE 
Hartmeyer Frederick 
HUESTIS & HAMILTON 

Car Wheels. 
BASS & HANNA 

Carpenters and Builders. 

Allen C. W. 

Boseker & Forbing 

COCHRAN, HUMPHREY & CO, 

FRENCH CHAS. G. 

HERRINGTON JOHN S. 

Hilgeman Ernst 

Hollinger Jacob 

KOEGEL CHRISTIAN 

Merz Peter 

MILLER SYLVESTER 



3Iyers Geo. 

POTTER JOSEPH L. 
Rekers B. John 
SHEAFER WM. G. 
WEBB A. M. 

Carpets, Oil Cloths, &c. 
McDOUGAL ct CO. 
TOWNLEY, DeWALD, BOND & 

CO. 

Carpet Weaver. 

Schultheis John 

Carriage Manufacturers. 
STANLEY, BIEBEK&CO. 
STEVENS THOMAS 

Chair Manufacturers. 
GRIEBEL & FEB 
MILLER JOHN M. 

Rohrer& Zollinger. 
TOWER B. H.' 

Chair Stuff Manufacturers. 
HOFFMAN J. E. & BEOS. 

China, Glass & Queensware 
CLARK & TEENTMAN 
TEESSELT & BOTH 
WARD H. N. 

Cigars and Tobacco. 

Degitz Chas. 
Dessauer L. & Co. 
Graff Marx & Son 
Grote H. A. 
Laniley & Rosenthal 
CRT MANN CHARLES 
REITER GEORGE 
SMITH W. B. & CO. 
Wenninghoff Christ. 

Cigar Boxes. 

Knothe &. Mettler 

Civil Engineers and Sur- 
veyors. 

Crane Calvin D. 
Williams Jesse L. 

Cloaks and Mantillas. 
ABBOTT & SHOAFF 
FRANK & THANHOUSER 
ROOT & COMPANY 
SCHWEGMAN H R. 
TOWNLEY, DeWALD, BOND & 

CO. 



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Clock Manufacturer. 
E ASTETTEll LOUIS 

Clothing. 

Akins A. 

Bostick E. & Son 

Falk Leopold 

FLEDDERMAN JOHN G. & CO. 

FREEMAN JOSEPH 

Jacoljsou Elkau 

Jacobsoa Vijidor 

LAUFERTY & BRO. 

NIRDLINGER A. & M. 

SA3I & PETE 

THIEME J. G. & BRO 

VOGEL C. G. & SON 

WOODWARD M. E. 

Cloths, Cassimeres, &c. 
FRENCH, HANNA & CO. 
WOODWARD xM. E. 

Coal Dealers. 

BASS & SMITH 
LILLIE & BRO. 

Collepting Agents. 
BAYLESS SOL. D. 
BOSSLER H. H. 
CRANE CALVIN D. 

Commercial College. 
AMERICAN BUSINESS COL- 
LEGE 

Colleges. 

Concordia College 
Ft. Wayne College 

Commission Merchants. 

(^OMPxVRET D. F. 
HASKELL W. 
HILL & OR BISON 
Knappenberger & Edsall 

Confectioners. 
BEARD T. D. 
BRYANT S. 
FOX GEORGE 
Hull Wesley 
SMITH LORIN 
Walters David 
Weiman & SchefFer 

Contractors. 

BALTES MICHAEL 
COCHRAN, HU,MPnREY & CO. 



FRENCH CHAS. G. 

Kaune F. & Co. 

KRUDOP, MOELLERING & 

BRO. 
Nelson Wm. R. 
POTTER JL'SEPH L. 
WEBB A. M. 

Coopers. 

Betzler Geo. 
DeWald Nicholas 
Hoffmeister Henry 
Kley Fred. 
Mettey Fred. 
Peppert Amos 

Dental Depot. 
BIDDLE & BRAND RIFF 

Dentists. 
BROWN S. B. 
KNAPP 1., M. D., D. D. S. 
SNIDER & LOAG 
Wells A. 

Drain Tile. 

Lillie Samuel, sen. 

Drawing Teacher. 
RENNERF. O. W. 

Dress Makers. 
ANDERSON Mrs. F. H. 
Bouse Theresa 
Fox Maggie v 
Frank Elizabeth 
Gable Hannah 
Gardner Miss M. E. 
Gilchrist Mrs. M. H. 
Haggerty Mrs. S. E. 
Hollino-sworth Alice 
Housworth Kate 
ORFF C. & CO. 
Pettengill Mrs. A. M. 
Shorey & Smith 
Smith Mrs. L. II. 
TOWNLEY, DeWALD, BOND & 

CO. 
Wentworth Mary 

Druggists. 
BIDDLE & BRANDRIFF 
Bond W. J. 
DREIER H. & BRO. 
GRATIGNY & CO. 
MARSHALL E. T. 
MEYER BROTHERS & CO. 



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NILU GEO. C. & CO. 
Schott Geo. J. 
SELLExVUG. L. 
Sweringen H. V. & Co. 
Vollmer & Sturgis 
WAGNER II. G. 

Dry Goods. 
ABBOTT & SHOAFF 
ALLEN, MEYERS & CO. 
Bouchard Louis 
EVAN8 A. 8. 

FRANK & THANHOUSER 
Johnston & Russell 
Kiser Feter 
LAUFERTY & BRO. 
ORFF C. & CO. 
PIERR J. ctP. 
Regan T. 
Rohs H. 

ROOT & COMPANY 
SCHWEGMAN H. R. 
TOWNLEY. DeWALD, BOND & 
CO. 

Dye Houses. 

JERMAN A. S. 
LEWIS B. A. 

Express and Transporta- 
tion Companies. 

AxMERICAN EXPRESS CO. 

United States Express Co. 
PARKER E. R., Empire Line 

Fancy Goods, &c. 

BLACIv JOSEPH 

Fray Mrs. F. M. 

KANE JAMES M. & BRO. 

WIGMAN H. & CO. 

File Cutters. 
SCHMIDT & CO. 

Flax Seed Dealer. 

Brown W. H. A. 

Flour and Feed. 

Beaver D. S. 

GERARDIN ANTON 

NELSON DeGROFF & CO. 

NESTEL PHILIP 

PAUL WM. 

WHITING & KALBACHER 

Zimmerman Anton 

Is 



Flour Mills. 

Beaver D. S. 
COMPARET D. F. 
Hill J. E . Jr. & Co. 
HILL & CRBISON 
HOAGLAND P. & CO. 
Orff John 
PFEIFFER J. C. & CO. 

Fruit Dealer. 
WHITE J. B. 

Fur Dealers. 

Bash & Eakin 

Furnaces. 

(Hot Air.1 

CARTER WM. 

Furnishing Goods. 

(.Ladies' and Children's.) 

WEBER A. 

Furniture. 

Emrick A. J. 

FREY W. A. 

G HIE BEL & FEE * 

KLAEHN JOHN J. 

MILLER JOHN M. 

TOWER B. H. 

WHEELER NELSON 

Gas Company. 
FT. WAY^NE GAS LIGHT CO. 

Gas and Steam Fitter. 
HATTERSLEY A. 

Gear Cutting. 
RASTETTER LOUIS 
Gents' Furnishing Goods. 

Akins A, 

Bostick E. & Son 

CLARK JOSEPH M. 

Falk Leopold 

FLEDDERMAN JOHN G. & CO. 

FREEMAN JOSEPH 

HEINGARTNER MARTIN 

XIRD LINGER A. & M. 

SAM & PETE 

THIEME J. G. & BRO. 

TRIPP & TIGAK 

YOGEL C. G. & SON 

Gilder. 

WOOD W. S. 



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Gold and Silver Platers. 


Lauer Paul 


SLOAN & WOODMANCY 


McDonnell Patrick 


Grain Dealers. 


Martin Terrenee 
MERGEL R. 


COMPAEET D. F. 


NESTEL PHILIP 


TAYLOR R. W. 


Nohe Joseph 


Grocers. 


0' Brian Wm. 


(fTholenril'-.) 


PAUL WM. 


HUESTIS & HAMILTON 


Phillips B. 


REDELSHEIMER S. & SON 


PIERR J. & P 


TRENTMAN B. & SON 


Pipenbrink Conrad D. 


(Retail.) 


RAAB JOHN 


Alter Nicholas 


REKERS GERHARD 


ANDERSON & ELY 


Scheie & Lauer 


ANDRES JOHN 


Seherer Christian 


BASTUES MICHAEL 


SCHNIEDERS & GREVE 


Bechtold Lewis 


Schone Henry 


Beeo-an M. P. 


SCHOPPMAN WM. 


BERNING CONRAD 


SCHWEGMAN H. R. 


Bljler Daniel 


Seibold David 


BOLTZ F. F. & BRO. 


Shaffer Geo. 


Bornemann Chas. 


Siebold Christian 


BREEN JAMES 


Spiefrel Ernst 


Brudi Gottlob 


Stoner & Wigent 


CHALLENGER J. Vv^ 


STRONG M. B. 


Clark Joseph 


Strunz Christian 


Deininaer U. 


Thiele Henry ct Co. 


DIDIER JOSEPH 


THIEME ANDREW 


DIERSTEIN CHRISTIAN 


Trentmau B. H. 


Diersteia & Gers , 


WHITE J. B. 


Dunn & Co. 


Wiebke Henry 


EMBRY JAMES S. • 


WIGMAN H. & CO. 


ESMOND GEO. & CO. 


Zimmerman Anton 


FINK CHARLES 


Zwick H. & Co. 


FOELLINGER J. M.. 




Fuchs Geo. 


Gunsmiths. 


GAFFNEY WM. 


L'eonard Wm. 


Geis Jacob 


Reiling August 


GERARDIN ANTON 


o o 


Gerardin H. 


Guns, Pistols, &c. 


Gerke H. F. 


RAQUET CHRISTIAN 


GILLILAND & MEDSKER 
Girard Chas. 


Hardware and Cutlery. 


HAMBROCK FRED. 


BRANDRIFF k ROBERTS 


HEDEKIN T. B. 


McCULLOCH & RICHEY 


HILDEBKAND & CO. 


MORGAN & BEACH 


Kempf Wm. 


OAKLEY B. W. & SON 


Kenning; ^Vm. 




Kiser Peter 


Hats, Caps, Furs, &c. 


Kline Fred. 


HARPER & FITZ 


Kline Jacob 


Nachtrieb J. F. 


Klix Hugh 


Schirmeyer C. L. 


Koester J. H. 


SCHWEGMAN H. R. 


Kratzsch Herman 


WOODWARD M. E. 



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Hardware, (Saddlery and 

Carriage.) 
OAKLEY B. W. .t SOX 

Hoop Skirts. 
BLACK JOSEPH 

Horse Collars. 
NEIREITEK Sc MILLER 
RACINE A. 
Racine F. L 
SCHWARTZ & RUDOLPH 

Hotels. 
AMERICAN HOUSE 
AYELIXE HOUSE 
HARMON HOUSE 
Hedekin House 

MAIN STREET EXCHAXGE 
MAYER HOUSE 
XATIONAL HOTEL 
Old Fort House 
PHILLIPS HOUSE 
ROCK HILL HOUSE 

House Furnishing Goods. 

BRANDRIFF ,^ ROBERTS 

Hubs, Spokes and Felloes. 
BAKER JOHN 
OLDS X. G. & SON 

Ice Dealers. 

3IcLane Patrick 
Moran P. 
Seidel Edward 

Insurance Agents. 
BOSSLER H. H. 
CARIER A. H. 
COXDOX J. FRAXK 
CORDREY THOS. P. 
DUROIX GEO. W., Jr. 
HARTMAX H. C. 
HOUGH JOHX 
IRWIX Dr. JOHN S. 
KAMM J. J. 
LUMBARD S. 
RAXDALL F. P. 

Insurance Company. 
STATE INSURANCE CO. 

Iron Founders. 
BASS & HANXA 
BOWSER J. C. & CO. 
MURRAY ^ BAKER 



Iron, Nails, &c. 
BASS & SMITH 
BRAXDRIFF & ROBERTS 
COOMBS & CO. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Bittinuer A. H. 
RYAX DAXIEL 
SAUXDERS BEXJAMIX 
Stewart Wni. 

Lamps, Chandeliers, &c. 
WARD H. X. 

Land Agents. 
BLOOMHUFF S. H. 
CARIER A. H. 
HAXXA SA.MUEL T. 
HOUGH JOHN 
RAXDALL F. P. 

Laundry. 

City Lauodr}' 

Leather, Findings, &c. 

XEIREITER <fc 31ILLER 
REED JOHX 
ROBIXSOX JAMES H. 
SAXDER C. W. 
Schiefer C. 

VORDERMARK E. et SOXS 
WEISSER E. & CO. 

Lightning Rods. 

McXamara John W. 

Lime and Cement. 

BALTES MICHAEL 

Kaune F. & Co. 

K R U D P , MOELLERIXG & 

BRO. 
LILLIE Sc BRO. 
Paul & Koester 

Linseed Oil MllL 

CLARK, STOXER ct CASE 

Livery and Sale Stables. 

Barr J. S. 

GLYXX MATTHIAS 
JEXNIXGS JOHX 
Moore J. F. 
READ A. J. & SOX 
Swain Jacksou 
Van Alstine & Co. 
YOUXG H. JACOB 



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Locksmith. 

Reiling August 

Lumber Dealers. 

Allen C. W. 

Amann Dauiel 

BJ^AVER A. C. 

CLARK & KHINESMITH 

COCHRAN, HUMPHREY & CO. 

Lehman Chas. 

Machinists. 

BASS & HANNA 
BOWSKR J. C. &C0. 
KESTEL P. 
MURRAY & BAKER 
RASTETTER LOUIS 
Reiling August 

Marble and Slate Mantels. 

SUTERMEISTER & BECKER 
Underbill & Youna; 

Marble Works. 

Sehraenner Henry 
SUTERMEIS'i ER & BECKER 
Underbill & Young; 

Mattrass Manufacturers. 
GOULD GEO. 
ZIMMER J. G. 

Meat Stores. 

Burhann Edward 
DOELKER JACOB 
Eckard Fred. & Co. 
HOLMES, PFEIFFER & CO. 
Raab & Noll 

SCHIEFERSTEIN PHILIP 
Weller Jobn 
Wolf Abrabam 

Midwives. 
MATSCH DOROTHY 

Mossbammer Betty 

Mill Gearing. 
BASS & HANNA 
BOWSER J. C. & CO. 
xMURRAY & BAKER 

Millinery. 

Delzell Mrs. S. J. 
Fray Mrs. F. M. 
Gilcbrist Mrs. M. H. 
Holmes Mrs. M. 



ORFF C. & CO. 

SCHWEGMAN H. R. 

Sexton Flora 

Sbilling Miss M. & Co. 

Sbordon Misses 

PIEPENBRINCK MRS. B. & E. 

Vogel Mrs. E. 

WEBER A. 

Wentwortb Mary 

Mineral and Soda Water. 

Laurent Jobn & Sou 

Music. (Band.) 
LEIFELS J. J. 

Music Teachers. 

Boss Louisa 
Howard Jobn 
OrfF Henry 
Strubey Cbas. 

Music. 

{Instrumfntal and Sheet Music.) 

ANDERSON T. P. 
HILL C. L. 
KESTEL P. 
STOCKBRIDGE N. P. 
WALTHER F. W. & CO. 

Newspapers. 
FT. WAYNE ADVERTISER 
FT. WAYNE DAILl^ & WEEK- 
LY GAZETTE 
FT. WAYNE DEMOCRAT 
INDIANA STAATS ZEITUNG 
SUNDAY MORNING CHRONI- 
CLE 

Notaries Public. 

BLOOMHUFF S. H. 
BOSSLER H. H. 
BOWSER JEFFERSON C. 
CARIER A. H. 
Colerick Henry 
Colerick Henry R. 
Crane Calvin D. 
Fisber D. C. 
Grabam James E. 
Hartman Geo. R. 
HARTMANH. C. 
HOUGH JOHN 
Jenisun Wm. T. 
KERR WM. J. 
MILLER WM. H. H. 
ROBERTSON ROBERT S. 



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Sinclair Samuel E. 
Tous Heury 
ZOLLARS A. 

Notions. 
ABBOTT & SHOAF 
ALLEX, MEYERS i CO. 
Deiuinjier U. 
Bouchard Lewis 
•' V\ \ \S A S 
FRANK & THANHOUSER 
KANE JAMES M. & BRO. 
LAUFERTY ct BRO. 
PIERR J. & P. 
Redelsbeimer H. 
Rohs H. 

Nursery Stock. 
NELSON DfiaROFF <fc CO. 

Oculist and Aurist. 
AYRES DR. S. C. 
STEVENS G. L. 

Omnibus Line. 
FLETCBER CHAS. P. 

Optician. 

Redelshiomer H. 

Oysters, Fisli and Game. 
BRY^ANT S. 
Bryant Wiu. 
Clark & Romaine 
FOEL LINGER J. M. 
FOX GEORGE 
HASKKLi. W. 
WHITE J. B. 

Paints, Oils, &c. 
BIDDLE & BRANDEIFF 
Bond W. J. 
DREIER H. & BRO. 
GRATIGNY & CO. 
MEYER BROTHERS & CO. 
SELLE AUG. L. 
STARKEY & RUPERT 
WAGNER H. G. 
W^IL310T J. C. 

Painters. 
ANDERSON & KOVER 
Kleiner John 
Miller Louis 
SEYBOLD CHAS. 
STARKEY & RUPERT 
Sweney J. L. 



Paper Box Makers. 

Davis & Bro. 

Paper Hangers- 
ANDERSON & KOVER 
STARKEY & RUPERT 
WILMOT J. C. 

Paper Hangings- 
KEIL & BRO. 
SIEMON. BRO & CO. 
STARKEY & RUPERT 
STOCKBRIDGE N. P. 
WARD H. N. 

Paper Mills- 

FREEMAN, BARD & BARNETT 

Patent Solicitor. 

WillsonH. F. 

Peddlars' Depot. 

Dillingham & Demiug 

United States Pension Ag't. 
BAYLESS SOL. D. 

Periodical Depot. 
SMITH LORIN 

Photograplis. 

Dillo J. H. 
PELTIER J. C. 
Saunders .Joseph B. 
SHOAKF J. A. 
WILLIAMS IRA D. 

Photograpliic Stock Depot- 

WILLIAMS IRA D. 

Physicians and Surgeons- 

Avres H. p. 
AYRES S. C. 
BOWEX G. W. 
BROOKS WM. H. Sen. 
Bruebach G. T. 
Burritt Win. H. 
Erwiu A. J- 
Kitzsimnions J. F. 
FRIETZSCHE JOHN U. 
GOERIZADOLPH 
GREGG J. S. ^ 
Groaan ^Vra. E. 
JOSSE JOHN M. 
Kelsoy P. G. 
Kiunan I. N. 
KISNERTHOS. J. 



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Leonard P. M. 


Printers. 


McCULLOUGH T. P. 


FT. WAYNE GAZETTE CO. 


MAYEIICHAS. F. 


INDIANA STAATS ZEITUNG 


MYERS & HALL 


Jones David W. & Sou 


MYERS WM. D. 


NORTON W. H. 


Ptoseuthal Isaac M. 


TAYLOR TH OS. S. & CO. 


Schniitz Chas. 


ZIMMERMAN E. & CO. 


Smith C.S. 




STEVENS G. L. 


Produce Dealers. 


Sturu'is Chas. P]. 


Bash & Eakiu 


Sullivan D. F. 


FREIBURGER S. 


THACKEFt WM. IL 


HASKELJ. W. 


Uuser Geo. 


HEILBRONNER A. 


Wliery W. 


HILL & ORBISON 


Williamson M. F. 


Kuappenberger & Edsall 


WOODWOKTH B. S. 


READ M.& CO. 


Pianos, Organs, &c. 


TAYLOR R. W. 


ANDERSON T. P. 


Pump Manufacturers. 


HILL C. L. 


KYLE A. P. & CO. 


WALT HER F. W. & CO. 


Railroad Co, 


Pictures, Picture Frames, 


GRAND EAPIDS & INDIANA 


&c. 


RAILROAD CO. 


KEIL & BRO. 
SIEMON, BRO. & CO. 


Real Estate Agents. 


STOCK BRIDGK N. P. 


BAYLESS SOL. D. 


WOOD W.S. 


BOSSLER II. H. 




Crane Calvin D. 


Planing & Flooring Mills. 


Hanna Huuh T. 


BEAVER A. C. 


HANNA SAM'L. T. 


C L A R K & kH I N ES \1 IT H 


Hanna Wm. Willis 


COCHRAN, HUMPHRliY & CO. 


HARTMAN H. C. 


PIERCE J. S. 


HOUGH JOHN 


Pleasure Garden. 


Register in Bankruptcy. 


WENTE W. ^c FIG EL 


WHEDON DAVID P. 


Plow Manufacturers. 


Restaurants. 


BOVVSER J. C. & CO. 


Cothrell Jared 


Hess N. W. 


KOCH JOHN M. 


MESING CHARLES 


LEIGH NER JOHN 


REID A. D. ct CO. 


McKINNIE HENRY 




Martin C. N. 


Plumbers. 


MORRISON PATRICK 


HATTERSLEY A. 


O'CONNELL & BRO. 


Pork Packers. 
RAAB JOHN 


SCHENCK CON. 
SCHMUECKLE FREDERICK 
Tunison Mrs. N. Y. 


Portrait Painter. 


WENTE W. & FIGEL 


DiUe J. H. 


Saddles and Harness. 


Pottery. 

La mm la John 


JOHN A. S. 

Neirciter C. B. 




SCHWARTZ & RUDOLPH 


Printing Press Manuf. 


ShoaffS. H. 


RASTETTER LOEIS 


Traub L. 



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Saddlery Hardware. 

(.See Bardicare, SaddUri/.) 

Saloons. 

Aufreoht Jacob 
BASTUES MICHAEL 
BERNING CONKAD 
Bienuer David 
BroDson A. A. 
Clauss John C. 
CothrcU Jared 
Diersteiu Christian 
EBSKINE 11. B. 

FLuKo & McCarthy 

Ereiodsteiu Peter 
GAFFNEY WM. 
GASZNEK & SCHMIDT 
GEHARDIN ANTON 

Girard Chas. 
Glutiiug Jacob 
Goodmau Francis X. 
Creensfelder Gustave 
GRONAUER \Y. G. 
Grosli John 
Haiber Fred. 
HAM BROCK FRED. 
HANNUM D. 
Herbst Frederick 
Hostmeicr Louis 
JACOBY GEORGE 
Jones Evan W. 
Jouvdain C. J. 
KABISCH JULIUS 
Kenning Wm. 
KOCH JOHN M. 
Koeble John G. 

leichner john 
McDonnell Patrick 
manier hypolite 

Martin Terreuce 

Meyer Geo. 

MORRISON PATRICK 

Neuenschwauder Isaac M. 

Oflenbach Peter 

Pens Conrad 

Rapp Christain 

Rau Casper 

Rauner Joseph 

Rosenbaum F. 

SCHENCK CON. 

SCHNIEDERS & GREVE 

SCHMUECKLE FREDERICK 

SCHOPPMAN WM. 

Schultz C. H. 



I Seibold David 
SMITH G. A. 
Steiuuiann Catharioe 
Strasser Joseph 
Strodcl Geo. 
STKODEL M. 
Summers James 
Thiele Henry 
THIEME ANDREW 
Tochtermaon Gottlcib 
Upleger Charles 
Valroff Xavier 
Waldniaun Benj. 
Weismau Jacob 
WENTE W. & FIGEL 
Whilehead John G. 

Sash, Doors and Blinds. 

COCHRAN, HUMPHREY & CO. 
HURD O. D. 

Fronefcld & Todd 

Saw Repairers. 

Barbier Peter F. 
Colson Edward 

Saw Mills. 

BAKER J. &K. 

Ranke & Co. 
SCHROEDER & KAYSER 

Scale Agents. 

COOMBS & CO. 

Seed Stores. 

NELSON DeGROFF & CO. 
SMICK S. S. 

Sewing Machines. 
.^TNA SEWING MACHINE 
GROVER & BAKER SEWING 

MACHINE CO. 
SINGERS' SEAYING MACHINE 
AVHEELER& WILSONS 

Shingle and Lath Manuf. 
TRIER & TAGMEYER 

Shirt Manufacturers. 
TRIPP & TIGAR 

Silver and Plated Ware. 
kaufman geo. a. 
mayer geo. j. e. & co. 
Imayer&graffe 



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Spokes, Hubs, Felloes, &c. 

BllACKENRIDCxE & TAYLOR 
OLDS N. (r. & SON 

Stair Builder. 
POTTER JOSEPH L. 

Steam Engines. 

BASS & HANNA 
BOWSER J. C. & CO. 
MURRAY & BAKER 

Stone Cutter's Tools. 

SCHMIDT C. & CO. 

Stone Dealers. 

BALTES MICHAEL 

Kanue F. & Co. 

KELLER & CO. 

K R U D P, WOELLERING,^ & 

BRO. 
Paul & Koester 

SUTERMELSTER & BECKER 
Underbill & YouDg 

Stoves and Hollow Ware. 

Beuret Julius 

BRANDRIFF & ROBERTS 
Graff G. W. & Co. 
Jocquelt J. J. 

McCULLOCH & RIGHEY 
WEBER ERWIN 
WILSON, SCHUCKMAN k 
MUHLER 

Surgeon. 

Erwin A. J. 

Surveyors. 

(See Civil Emjineers and Surveyors.) 

Tailors. 

(Jierc7i((«(.) 

Akio A. 

Bostick E. & Son 
CLARK JOSEPH M. 
FLEDDERMAN JOHN G. & CO. 
FREEMAN JOSEPH 
HEINGARTNER MARTIN 
LAUFERTY & BRO. 
Mayer & Gricb 
NIRDLIKGER A. &. M. 
Ready Joseph 
THIEME J. G. & BRO. 
A^OGEL C. G. &SON 
WOODWARD M. E. 



Tanners. 
FRY JACOB & SON 
WEISSER E. ct CO. 

Taxidermist. 
SMITH G. A. 

Tea Dealer. 
WHITK J. B. 

Telegraph Company. 

WESTERN UNION TELE- 
GRAPH CO. 

Tin, Copper & Sheet Iron 

Ware. 

Beuret Julius 

BRANDRIFF & ROBERTS 
CARTER WM. 
Graffe G. W. & Co. 
Jocqiiel J. J. 

McCULLOCH & RICHEY 
NEUROTtl ANTON 
V/EBER ERWIN 
WILSON, SCHUCKMAN & 
MUHLER 

Tin Roofers. 

Graffe G. W. & Co. 

Tinners' Stock, 

McCULLOCH & RICHEY 
WILSON, SCHUCKMAN & 
MUHLER 

Tobacco Manufacturers. 
SMITH W. B. & CO. 

Trunks, Valises, &c. 

LINGENFELSER .JOHN 
Neireiter C. B. 
Shoaff S. H. 

Wood Turners. 
COCHEAN, HUMPHREY & CO. 
Kretner Joseph 

Umbrella Makers. 

Courtney Lawrence F. 

Undertakers. 

FINK CHAS. 
PELTIER & CARLL 
TOWER B. H. 

U. S. Commissioner. 
WHEDON DAVID P. 



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Upholsterers. 
FPtEY w. A. 
GOULD GEO. 
KLAEHN JOHN J. 
ZIMMER J. G. 

Veterinary Surgeons. 
NESTEL DANIEL 
READ HENRY A. 

Wagon Makers. 
BAKER JOHN 
Broom J. N. 

Brown Jolin 
Meyer He cry 
Steinraan Adam 
STEVENS THOMAS 
Williams John H. 

Watches and Jewelry. 
KAUFFMAN GEO. A. 
MAYER GEO. J. E. & CO. 
MAYER & GRAFF 
Rambo B. W. 
SAUSER LOUIS 
Trenkley & Scherzinger 

Wheels, Hubs, Spokes, &c. 
COOMBS & CO. 

Willow Ware. 

Schanck Louis. 

Window Blinds. 

Howes D. Agent 
Knotlie & Mettler 



Wines. 



Ferckel Martin 
LEUTZ & KESSLER 

Wines and Liquors. 

BREEN JAMES 
CHALLENGER J. W. 
DIDIER JOSEPH 
FOELLINGER J. M. 
GAFFNEY WM. 
Graff Mars & Sou 
HILDEBRAND & CO. 
Kline Jacob 
Laurent Jolin & Son 

McDonnell Patrick 

Phillips B. 

EEDELSHEIMER S. & SON 
Scheie & Lauer 
TRENTMAN B. & SON 
WIGMAN H. & CO. 

Wood Yard. 
BURLAGERGEO. & CO. 

Wool Dealers. 

Bash & Eakiu 
FREIBURGERS. 
FRENCH, HANNA & CO. 
HEILBRONNER A. 

Woolen Mills. 
FRENCH, HANNA & CO. 



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Alabama. 



Post Office. 

Abbeville 

Aberfoil 

Abernethy 

Aheda 

Adam's Store 

Addison 

Affonce 

Air Mount 

Albertville 

Alexandria 

Allen's Factory 

AUenton 

Allshorough 

Almond 

Alpine 

Andalnsia 

Anderson's Creek 

Annawaika 

Antiocb 

Anvil 

Apple Grove 

Arbacoochee 

Arbor Vitae 

Argus 

Arkadelphia 

Armadillo 

Asbury 

Ashville 

Athens 

Auburn 

Aurora 

\utaugaviUe 

iToca 

Bailey Sprin? 

Barnes' ;>< Roads 

Barryton 

Barton 

Bartonville 

Sashams' Gap 

dashi 

Battsville 

Bayou Labatre 

Say Spring 

3eaver Creek 

Seaver Dale 

Beaverton 

Jeaver Valley 

3eebe Springs 

Jellefonte 

Belleville 

Belleview 

Cell's Landing 

Belmont 

JennettsviUe 

Benson 

Benton 

Bf.rkley 

Bethel 

Bethlehem 

iJeulah 

Bexar 

Bibb 

Big Creek 

Big Coon 

Big Pond 

°.ig Spring 

^igaluw 

J'.ack Creek 

'lack Water 

Sladen Springs 

ilairsville 

Slakely 



County. 

Henry 

Macon 

Calhoun 

Marion 

Coosa 

Tuscaloosa 

Bibb 

Clark 

Marshall 

Calhoun 

Marion 

Wilcox 

Franklin 

Randolph 

Talladega 

Covington 

Lauderdale 

De Kalb 

Pickens 

Sumter 

Morgan 

Randolph 

Pike 

Montgomery 

Walker 

Butler 

Favette 

St. Clair 

Limestone 

Macon 

Mashall 

Autauga 

Lawrence 

Lauderdale 

Dale 

Choctaw 

Franklin 

Walker 

Morgan 

Clark 

Barbour 

Mobile 

Hargrove 

Dale 

Fayette 

Marion 

St. Clair 

Jackson 

Conecuh 

Dallas 

Monroe 

Sumter 

St. Clair 

Bibb 

Lowndes 

Madison 

Wilcox 

Chambers 

Marion 
Pike 
Dale 

Jackson 

Fayette 

Marshall 

Marion 

Choctaw 

Walker 

Choctaw 

St. Clair 

Baldwin 



Post Office. 

Blake's Ferry 

Blocker's 

Blount Springs 

Blountsville 

Blowing Spring 

Blue Lick 

Blue Mountain 

Blue Pond 

Blue Spring 

Bluff Port 

Bluflf Spring 

Boligee 

Bowdon 

Bradford 

Braggs 

Branchville 

Breckinridge 

Brewersville 

Brickville 

Bridgeport 

Bridgeton 

Bridgeville 

Broken Arrow 

Brooklyn 

Brooksville 

Broomtown 

Brownsville 

Bruceville 

Brundidge 

Brush Creek 

Buchanan 

Buckhorn 

Buena Vista 

Buford 

Buleer's Milla 

Bulfock 

Burleson 

Burnsville 

Burnt Corn 

Bnshville 

Butler 

Butler Springs 

Buycksville 

Buzbeeville 

Cahaba 

Cainland 

Calhoun 

Cambridge 

Camden 

Campbell's Home 

Campbell's Store 

Camp Hill 

Camp Spring 

Carlowsville 

Carrollton 

Carthage 

Catoma 

Cave Spring 

Cedar Bluff 

Cedar Grove 

Cedar Plains 

Cedar Springs 

Central Institute 

Center 

Center Hill 

Center Star 

Centerville 

Chalk Bluff 

Chambers C. H. 

Chanahatchee 

Chandler's Spring 

Chepultepec 

Cherokee 

Chestnut Creek 

Chestnut Hill 

Chester 



County. 

Randolph 

Tuscaloosa 
Blount 

Limestone 

Franklin 

Calhoun 

Cherokee 

Morgan 

Sumter 

Talladega 

Greene 

Talladega 

Coosa 

Lowndes 

St. Clair 

Conecuh 

Sumter 

Lawrence 

Jackson 

Shelby 

Pickens 

St. Clair 

Conecuh 

Blount 

Cherokee 

Talladega 

Pike 

Perry 

Randolph 

Pike 

Monroe 

Barbour 

Coosa 

Cofl'ee 

Franklin 

Dallas 

Monroe 

Barbour 

Ohoctaw 

Butler 

Coosa 

Coffee 

Dallas 

Calhoun 

Lowndes 

Dallas 

Wilcox 

Shelby 

Blount 

Tallapoosa 

Lawrence 

Dallas 

Pickens 

Tuscaloosa 

Montgomery 

Fayette 

Cherokee 

Jefferson 

Morgan 

Cherokee 

Coosa 

Cherokee 

Limestone 

Lauderdale 

Bibb 

Marion 

Ch.amber3 

Tallapoosa 

Talladega 

Blount 

Franklin 

Autauga 

Perry 

efferson 



Po3t Office. 

Chickasaw 

Childersburg 

China Grove 

Chinnibee 

Choctaw Corner 

Choctawhatchee 

Chulafinnee 

Chuneuuggee 

Citronelle 

Claiborne 

Clauselville 

Clay 

Clay Hill 

Claysville 

Clayton 

Clear Creek Falls 

Clifton 

Clinton 

Clintonville 

Clio 

Clopton 

Cochran's Mills 

Coffeeville 

CokerviUe 

Colbert 

Culeta 

CoUinsviUe 

Coloma 

Columbia 

Columbiana 

Comfort 

Commerce 

Conchardee 

Concord 

Conechu River 

Coosa Valley 

Coppersaw 

Cordova 

Corn Grove 

Corn House 

Corvikee 

Cotton Valley 

Cottonville 

County Line 

Court Hill 

Courtland 

Cove Creek 

Coxville 

Crawford 

Creek Stand 

Cross Keys 

Cross Plains 

Cropwell 

Cubehatchee 

Cureton's Bridge 

Curry 

Cushing 

Cusseta 

Dadeville 

Daleville 

Dannelley's Mills 

Danville 

Davidville 

Davis Creek 

Davis X Roads 

Daviston 

Diwson 

Dayton 

Dead Fall 

Dead Level 

Deer Park 

Decatur 

Delta 

Democrat 

Demopolis 

De Soto 



County. 



Post Office. 



Franklin De Sotoville 
Talladega Detroit 

Pike Dick's Creek 
Talladega: Dickson 
Clark Didask's 
Barboui Dixon's Mills 
Randolph! Dodsonville 



3Iacon 
Mobile 
Monroe 

De Kalb 

Marengo 

Marshall 

Bvrbour 

Winston 

Wilcox 

Greene 

Coffee 

Marengo 

Dale 

Pickens 

Clark 

Monroe 

Russell 

Talladega 

De Kalh 

Cherokee 

Henry 

Shelby 

Pickens 

Conecuh 

Talladega 

Lawrence 

St, Clair 

Choctaw 

Fayette 

Calhoun 
Randolph 

Barbour 
Macon 

Marshall 
Randolph 
Talladega 
Lawrence 

Calhoun 

De Kalb 

Russell 

Macon 

Calhoun 

St. Clair 

3Iacon 

Henry 

Talladega 

Tuscaloosa 

Chambers 

Tallapoosa 

Dale 

Baldwin 

Morcan 

Butler 

Fayette 

Cherokee 

Tallapoosa ' Gap 



Dotham 

Dover 

Dry Creek 

Dublin 

Duck Spring 

Dudleyville 

Eagle Hill 

Easta Boga 

Eastville 

East Georgia 

Echo 

Egypt 

Elba 

Elliottsville 

Eldridge 

Elm Bluff 

Elyton 

Emuckfaw 

Enon 

Equality 

Escatawpa 

Estill's Fork 

Eufaula 

Eutaw 

Evergreen 

Fairfield 

Fairplay 

Fairview 

Farland 

F'armersvillo 

Farriorville 

Fatama 

Fayette C. H. 

F.ayetteville 

Fern vale 

Fife 

Fish Pond 

Five Mile 

Five Points 

Flag Pond 

Flat Rock 

Flint River 

Florence 

Forkland 

Port Browder 

Fort Deposit 

Fort Hami'ton 

Forts 

Fox Creek 

Fosters 

Frankfort 

Franklin 

Fredonia 

Friendship 

Galsden 

Gaincstown 

Gainesville 

Gaudy's Cov« 



Butler Garland 
Marengo Gaaton 
Butler Gaylesville 
Clark Geneva 

Washington I Georgian* 

Morgan ' Gilbertsbo rough 
Randolph Oirard 
Walker Glenville 
Marengo Gnatsville 
TaUapoo3» Gold Bidg« 



County. 

Choctaw 

Marion 

Macon 

Franklin 

M,,tler 

Manngo 

Jack SOB 

Dale 

Russell 

Lawrence 

Fav< tte 

De'Kalb 

TallaiKwa 

Talladega 
Rand<'lph 
Butler 
Dale 
Henry 
Coffee 
Shelby 
Walker 
Dallas 
Jefferson 
Tallapoota 
Macon 
Coosa 
Washington 
Jackson 
Black 
Greene 
Conecuh 
Pickens 
Calhoun 
Walker 
Dale 
Lowndes 
Pike 
Wilcox 
Fayette 
Talladega 
Tnscalwisa 
Talladega 
Tallapoosa 
Perry 
Coosa 
Tlcnrv 
Talla.l.ga 
Morgan 
Lauderdale 
Greene 
Barlour 
Lowndes 
Limestone 
Dallas 
Randolph 
Tuscaloosa 
Franklin 
Henry 
Ohambers 
Bstb 
Cheri.ket 
CUrk 
Sumlcr 
V'lr^n 
Walker 
llutlcr 
Sumter 
Cherokee 
Coffee 
Ualict 
Limestone 
R<i>sell 
Darbonr 
Cherokee 
Rani'slpk 



POST OFFICES- — ALABAMA. 



I'u.st Office. 

GoUiville 

Goline 

Good water 

Gordo 

Goslitn 

Grant lay 

Gravelly Spring 

Grei'ii Hav 

Oricii liiil 

Greeiisport 

Greeusboro' 

GreenvilU' C. H. 

Grove Hill 

Guerrytowu 

Guiitersville 

Hackueyville 

Haden's 

Halev's 

Hall's Mills 

Hallsville 

Hauilmrg 

Hainpdtn 

Haiiby'sMill 

Haudy 

Hannegan 

Hanover 

Hardaway 

Hariiersville 

HarCwood 

Hatchechubtce 

Hatcher's 

Havanna 

Haw Ridge 

Haye"s Store 

Hayueville 

Haywood 

Head Spring 

Helicon 

Henderson 

Henrysville 

Hernando 

Hester's 

Hickory Flat 

Hickory Grove 

High Bluff 

High Falls 

Higliland 

Hill 

Hillabee 

Hill ian's Store 

Hilliardsville 

Hillsborough 

Hiue's Precinct 

Hiuton's Grove 

Hoke's Bluff 

Hollow Square 

H.)lly Grove 

Hopewell 

Hopkinsville 

Honorville 

Horn Lake 

Horse Shoe Bend 

Houston 

Howell's t^ Roads 

Huntington 

Huntsville 

Hurricane Creek 

Har ville 

luvlependence 

Indian Creek 

Ingram 

Intercourse 

IronviUe 

Island Home 

Isnev 

Ivy 'Bluff 

Jack.son 

Jackson's Camp 

Jacksonville 

Jamestown 

Jasper 

Jay Bird 

Jefierson 

Jena 

Jericho 

Jones' Blnff 

Jouesborough 

Kansas 

Kelly's Creek 

Kelly's Spring 

Kemp's Creek 

Ken all's ><( Roads 

Kennamer 

Kim alga 

Kings 

King's HiU 

Kin/stoa 

Kiuliick 

Kirk's GroTe 

Kirkville 

Knoxville 

Kowaliga 



County, 

Tallapnosa 

Dale 

Coosa 

Pickens 

Cherokee 

Calhoun 

Lauderdale 

Coffee 

Lauderdale 

St. Clair 

Greene 

Butler 

Clark 

Macon 

Marshall 

Tallapoosa 

Madison 

Marion 

Pike 

Perry 

Mirengo 

Walker 

Fayette 

Cherokee 

Coosa 

Macon 

Shelb? 

Autauga 

Russell 

Talladtga 

Greene 

Dale 

Madison 

Lowndes 

Randolph 

De Kalb 

Lowndes 

Pike 

Marshall 

Macon 

Fayette 

Chambers 

Montgomery 

Dale 

Shelby 
Fayette 
Talladega 
Marshall 
Henry 
Shelby 
Russell 
Picken^ 
Cherokea 
Greene 
Walker 
Greene 
Perry 
Butler 
De Soto 
Tallapoosa 
Winston 
Cherokee 
Autauga 
Madison 
Choctaw- 
Russell 
Autauga 
Pike 
Randolpli 
Sumter 
Perry 
Tallapoosa 
Choctaw 
Morgan 
Clark 
Tallapoosa 
Calhoun 
Conecuh 
Walker 
Marshall 
Marengo 
Tuscaloosa 
Perry 
Sumter 
Jefferson 
Walker 
St. Clair 
Talladega 
Calhoun 
Chambers 
Marshall 
Talladega 
Barbour 
Cherokee 
Autauga 
Lawrence 
Cherokee 
Butler 
Greene 
Tallapoosft 



Fust Ofite. 

Lacey's Spring 

Ladiga 

LaGrange 

Lamar 

Lamington 

Landersville 

Lanirston 

La Place 

Larkin's Fork 

Larkinsville 

Lawreoceville 

Lebanon 

Leosburg 

Leighton 

Leon 

Letohatchee 

Lewis Station 

Lexington 

Liberty Hill 

Lilly's Store 

Limeville 

Lincoln 

Linden 

Line Creek 

Little Oak 

Little River 

Littlesville 

Little Warrior 

Livingston 

Loachapoka 

Loango 

Long Creek 

Long Island 

Lost Creek 

Louina 

Louisville 

Lower Peach Tree 

Lowndesborough 

Lucky Hit 

Lyonville 

AieCammao 

McConnell'3 

McKinley 

Mc Math's 

Macon 

Madison y. Roan 

Madison Station 

Manack 

Manuingham 

Mantua 

Maplesville 

Marble Valley 

MardisviUe 

Marietta 

Slarion 

Mars 

Masonville 

Maysville 

Mechanicsvills 

Mellon Valley 

Meltonsville 

Memphis 

Mercy Bay 

Meridiauville 

Mexico 

Jliddle Ridge 

Midway 

Military Springs 

Mill Grove 

Millport 

MiUry 

Milltown 

MiUville 

Milner 

Milo 

Milton 

Mobile 

.Alonroeville 

Jlonterey 

Monteva"llo 

Montgomery 

Mouticello 

Moore's Bridge 

Mooresville 

Morgan's Springs 

Morrisvillo 

Morvin 

Moscow 

Moseley's Grove 

Moulton 

Mountain Home 

Mountain 

MoKutain Spring 

Mount Alvis 

Mount Andrew 

Mount Hebron 

Mount High 

Mount Hilliard 

Mount Hope 

Mount Ida 

Jlonnt .lefferson 

Mount Meigs 



County, 

Jlorgan 

Calhoun 

Franklin 

Randolph 

Russell 

Lawrence 

Jackson 

Macon 

Jackson 

Henrv 

DeKalb 

Cherokee 

Lawrence 

Covington 

Lowndes 

Conecuh 

Lauderdale 

Dallas 

Wilcox 

Shelby 

Talladega 

JIarengo 

Montgomery 

Pike 

Cherokee 

Winston 

Blount 

Sumter 

Macon 

Covington 

Butler 

Jackson 

Randolph 

Barbour 
Wilcox 

Lowndes 
Limestone 

Jackson 

DeKalb 

Tuscaloosa 

Marengo 
Tuscaloosa 

Marengo 

Madison 

Lowndes 

Butler 

Pickens 

Bibb 

Coosa 

Talladega 

Lawrence 

Perry 

Bibb 

Lauderdale 

Madison 

Russell 

Randolph 

Marshall 

Pickens 

H eury 

Madison 

Jefferson 

Talladega 

Barbour 

Fayette 

Henry 

Fayette 

Washington 

Chambers 

Butler 

Randolph 

Pike 

Autauga 

Mobile 

Monroe 

Butler 

Shelby 

Montgomery 

Pike 

Tuscaloosa 

Limestone 

Perry 

Calhoun 

Clark 

Marion 

Dallas 

Lawrence 

Talladega 

Frankli n 

Blount 

Barbour 

Greene 

Marshall 

Pike 

Lawrence 

Pike 

Chambers 

Montgomery i 



Post Office. 

Mount Niles 

Mount Olive 

AIc}unt Pinson 

Mount Pleasant 

Mount Polk 

Mount Roszell 

Mount Sterling 

Mount Vernon 

Mount Willing 

Mud Creek 

Mulberry 

MuUins 

Murphree's Valley 

Nanafalia 

Narrow Valley 

Nathansville 

Nauvoo 

Nebo 

Nelson 

Newhern 

New Bethel 

Newburg 

New Harmony 

New Hope 

New Lexington 

New Market 

Newport 

New Potosi 

New Providence 

New River 

New Site 

Newton C. H. 

Newtonville 

New Topia 

Newton Academy 

New Wakefield 

Nicholson's Store 

Nixburg 

North Bend 

North Port 

North River 

Notasulga 

Oak Bowery 

Oakfusky 

Oak Grove 

Oakland 

Oak Level 

Oakley 

Oakmulga 

Oakville 

Oaktuppa 

Oaky Streak 

Oceola 

Odenville 

Ogee 

Old Texas 

Old Town 

Oleander 

Olinda 

Olney 

Oluste Creek 

Opelika 

Open Pond 

Oregon 

Oregonia 

Orion 

Orison 

Orlando 

Orrville 

Osanippa 

Otho 

Owen's y, RoEids 

Owischee 

Oxford 

Ozark 

Paint Rock 

Palestine 

Palmetto 

P.alo 

Panola 

Park's Store 

PavnesviHe 

Peak's Hill 

Pelham 

Perdue 

Perote 

Perryville 

Persons 

Pettueville 

Pickensville 

Pierceville 

Pigeon Creek 

Pikeville 

Pilgrims' Rest 

Pinckneyville 

Pine Apple 

Pine Flat 

Pine Grove 

Pine Hill 

Pine Level 

Pinetucky 

PineTilie 



County. 

St. Clair 

Coosa 

Jefferson 

Monroe 

Calhoun 

Limestone 

Choctaw 

Mobile 

Lowndes 

Fayette 

Autauga 

Shelby 

Blount 

Marengo 

Calhoun 

Conecuh 

Franklin 

Jefferson 

Shelby 

Greene 

Calhoun 

Franklin 

Chambers 

Madison 

Tuscaloosa 

Madison 

Conecuh 

Macon 

Pike 

Fayette 

Tallapoosa 

Dale 

F.ayette 

Barbour 

Monroe 

Washington 

Choctaw 

Coosa 

DeKalb 

Tuscaloosa 

Macon 

Chambers 

Randolph 

Montgomery 

Lauderdale 

Calhoun 

Montgomery 

Perry 

Lawrence 

Choctaw 

Butler 

Cherokee 

Talladega 

Blount 

31onroe 

Coffee 

Marshall 

Fayette 

Pickens 

Pike 

Russell 

Henry 

Jefferson 

Tuscaloosa 

Pike 

Conecuh 

Orange 

Dallas 

Chambers 

Henry 

Madison 



Calhoun 
Dale 
Jackson 
Calhoun 
Pickens 
Marion 
Lowndes 
Jackson 
Sumter 
Calhoun 
Choctaw- 
Coffee 
Pike 
Perry 
Macoii 
Limestone 
Pickens 
DeKalb 
Butler 
Marion 
Fayette 
Tallapoosa 
Wilcox 
Talladega 
Pike 
Wilcox 
Montgomery 
Perry 
Marengo 



Post Office. 

Pintlala 

Plantersville 

Pleasant Gap 

Pleasant Grove 

Pleasant Hill 

Pleasant Ridge 

Pleasant Site 

Pleasant Valley 

Plum 

Pond Town 

Poplar Spring 

Porter 

Porterville 

Portland 

Post Oak Flat 

Prairie Bluff 

Prairie Ridge 

Pr.attvi!le 

Princeburg 

Princeton 

Providence 

Pushmataha 

Puscuss 

Rabbittown 

Radfordsville 

Rainersville 

Raleigh 

Ramer 

Ranch 

Randolph 

Rawlingsville 

Read Level 

Reeltown 

Reavesville 

Red Creek 

Red Hill 

Reese's Mills 

Reform 

Rehoboth 

Reubenville 

Richmond 

Ridge Grove 

Ringgold 

Rio Gr5nde 

River Ridge 

Roanoke 

Rock Creek 

Rockford 

Rock Mills 

Kockville 

Rocky 

Rocky Head 

Rocky Spring 

Rogersville 

Romulus 

Rose Hill 
I Rosserville 

Round Hill 

Round Pond 

Rural Hill 

Rustic Bower 

Russellville 

Saint Paul 

Saint Stephen's 

.Salem 

•Sal Soda 

Sand Fort 

Sand Mountain 

Sand Point 
! Sand Rock 
' Sandy Ridge 
! Santa 

Sapp's ^ Roads 

Sardis 

Scottsborough 

Scottsville 

Seal's Precinct 

Scale's Station 

Sebastopol 

Selma 

Sepulga 

Shady Grove 

Sharpesville 

Sheffield 

Shelby Springs 

Shiloh 

Shoal Creek 

Shoal Ford 

Shorterville 
! Silver Run 

Sipsev Turnpike 

Six Jiile 

Skipperville 

Slate Hill 

Snowdown 

Snow Hill 

Soccopatoy 

Society Hill 

Somerville 

Souchahatohee 

South Butler 
i South Florence 



County, 



POST OFFICES— ARKANSAS. 



Fui^t Ofice. 



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purfa 
piiugfield 
piiug GarJoa 
|uing UiU 
|iriiij;ville 
pviK'c Piue 
tarkville 
tarl iuLjtoii 
!• Crevk 

tiTlilig 

tirritt 

teveasOD 

itockton 

ItoH's Ferrv 

itraight Greek 

trata 

ii:;'j,sville 

lalirliiir Springs 

uuimtTtield 
Sumiiier Hill 
Sum mitt 
Suiaterville 
Suspension 
SttL-ijt Water 
Syiluey 
Sylacauga 
Sydenham 
Sylvan Grove 
Talladega 
TuUassee 
Taylor's 
Teliopeka 
Ten Inlands 
rexasville 
riiaoker's Creek 
Thorn Hill 
Toll Gate 
Tohiea 

Pompkinsville 
Town Creek 
Traveller's Eest 
Trenton 
Triaua 
Tnon 

Trout Creek 
Troy 
Truss 

Turkeytown 
Fusealoosa 
Tuscumbia 
Tuskegee 
Pchee 
L'nion 

I'nion Springs 
Uniontown 
llpluiupee 
Valhermose Springs 
Vallev Head 
iV'an Buren 
Vienna 

Villaie Spring 
A'ilula 
iV'iuesvillo 
Violy 

Waceoochee 
iWaco 

VV'aidrop's Mills 
VVuluut Grove 
VValnut Hill 
iVarrenton 
vVarrior Stand 
IVater Cure 
rVar^aw 
tVaterloo 
(Vaverly 
iVeedowee 
►Veewocaville 
A'cehajkee 
i\''olioj^a 

.Vellhorn C. H 
A'e-iley Chapel 
A''eogufka 
\'"esobulga 



County , 

Conecuh 

Greene 

Cherokee 

Jlarengo 

St. Clair 

Franklin 

Pike 

Butler 

Lowndes 

Cherokee 

Shelliy 

Jackson 

Baldwin 

Tallapoosa 

Jackson 

Montgomery 

Clark 

Calhoun 

Dallas 

Dale 

Blount 

Sumter 

Marion 

Marengo 

JIarshall 

Talladega 

Sumter 

Dale 

Talladega 

Tallapoosa 

Jetterson 

Tallapoosa 

Calhoun 

Barbour 

Blount 

Walker 

Marion 

Butler 

Sumter 

Lawrence 

Coosa 

Jackson 

Madison 

Tuscaloosa 

St. Clair 

Pike 

Jefferson 

Cherokee 

Tuscaloosa 

Franklin 

Macon 

Russell 

Greene 

ilacon 

Perry 

Macon 

Morgan 

De Kalb 



Poxt Otjice. 

Worth 

Vellow Creek 

Yongesborough 

York 

Vo kville 

Youugsville 

Zachary 



County, 

De Kalb 
Fayette 
Russell 
Walker 
Pickens 
Tallapoosa 
Marshall 



Post Office. 

Aberdeen 

Ada 

Adamsville 

Adrian 

Akin's Store 

Alder Brook 

Albany 

AlleusviUe 

Alpine 

Amity 

Antioch 

Antoine 

Apple Orchard 

Arkadelphia 

Arkansas Post 



County. 

Monroc 

Washiugton 

Bradley 

Sevier 

Saline 

ladepenUenee 

Hempstead 

Sevier 

Clark 



Hot Springs 

Pike 

Benton 

Clark 

A rkansas 

Armstrong Academy Choctaw 



PicKens 

Blount 

Russell 

Jefferson 

Blount 

Russell 

Franklin 

Jefferson 

Blount 

Tallapoosa 

Marshall 

Macon 

Cherokee 

Sumter 

Lauderdale 

Chambers 

Randolph 

Talladega 

Randolph 

Calhoun 

Coffee 

Pickens 

Coosa 

Kandol ph 



Vestmorelandville Lauderdale 



rVestover 

•Vestville 

'V'etuiupka 

Vhistler 

.Yhite Plains 

.Vhitesbnrg 

rVhite Water 

Tilcox Springs 

Yildwood 

iVilliams' y. Roads 

■Villiams' Sliil 

.V'ilsouville 

V'ills V'.alley 

A'ind Creelc 

Vinterborougb 

iiVolf Creek 

Vooilstock 

Voodville 



Covington 

Dale 

Coosa 

.^lobile 

Calhoun 

Sfadisou 

Pike 

Wilcox 

Randolph 

Choctaw 

Covington 

Shelby 

Cherokee 

Tallapoosa 

Talladega 

St. Clair 

Tuscaloosa 

Jackson 



Ash Flat 

Askew 

Atlanta 

Auburn 

Augusta 

Austin 

Back Bone 

Baptist Mission 

Bartield 

Barkada 

Harney's 

Bartholomew 

Batesville 

Baj'ou .Metoe 

Beech Bluff 

Bee Branch 

Beech Creek 

Beech Grovo 

Belfast 

Bellville 

Belmont 

Benbrook's Mills 

Bennett's Bayou 

Bennett's River 

Benton 

Bentonvillo 

Berlin 

Berry viUe 

Bethel 

Big Bend 

Big Foot 

Big Fork 

Big Pond 

Big Spring 

Birnum \\'ool 

BUlingslev 

Black Jack 

Black Oak 

Black Ferry 

Bland's 

filedsoe's Shop 

Bledsoe's Laiwiic 

Bloomer 

Bloomington 

Blue Mountain 

Bluffton 

Boggy Depot 

Boonsboru' 

Boone's Grove 

Booneville 

Borland 

Boston 

Branchville 

Brawley 

Brail! 

Breckinridge 

Bright Star 

Broctou 

Brooks 

Brownstown 

Brownsville 

Brunncr 

Buchanan 

Buck Horn 

Bnena Vista 

Buffivlo 

Buffalo City 

Barney Academy 

Burrowsvilie 

But'cr 



Lawrence 

Philips 

Union 

Arkansas 

Jackson 

Prairie 

Sebastian 

Cherokee 

Mississippi 

Drew 

Philips 

Cliieot 

Independence 

Piil;iski 

Dallas 

Van Buren 

Clark 

Pliilips 

Saline 

Seveier 

Crawford 

liard 

Fulton 

S.aline 

Benton 

Ashley 

Carroll 

Pulaski 

Polk 

Searcy 

Muntgomery 

^I.iriou 

Izard 

Lafayette 

Wasliington 

Scott 

Independence 

Randolph 

Saline 

Bradley 

; Crittenden 

Sebastian 

Benton 

Izard 

Yell 

Choctaw 

Wasliington 

Scott 

Newton i 

Washington 

lire w 

Scott 

Saline 

Sebastian 

Lafayette 

Pike 

Jefferson 

Sevier 

Prairie 

Sebastian 

Wa,5hita 

Ineependence 

Wiushita 

Marion 

Chickasaw 

Searcy 

Ucsha 



Post Office. 

Byrd's Spring 

Cachemasso 

Cadron 

Caddo Grove 

Calhoun 

Calvert 

Camanche 

Camden 

Campabello 

Campbell 

Cane Creek 

Oaney 

Cannon 

Canton 

Carouse 

Carrollton 

Casa 

Cass 

Casscoe 

Cat Isl,iud 

Cave Creek 

Cedar Creek 

Center Hill 

Centre Point 

Centerville 

Chalk Bluff 

Chambersviile 

ChampagnoUe 

Charleston 

Cherokee Bay 

Cherry Grove 

Churryvillo 

Chester 

Chismville 

Chocoville 

Choctaw Agency 

Churchville 

Cincinnati 

Clamauila 

Clarendon 

Clark's Mills 

Clarksville 

Clear Creek 

Clear Lake 

Clear Point 

Clear Spring 

Clifty 

Clinton 

Oobhsville 

Cold Water 

Cold Well 

Coleraia 

CoUegeville 

Columbia 

Columbus 

Como 

Constitution 

Convenience 

Coody's Bluff 

Coruersville 

Cotton Plant 

Council Bend 

Cove 

Creek Agency 

Crockett's Bluff 

Crooked Creek 

Crosson's Store 

Cross Plains 

Crowley 

Crystal UiU 

Comfort 

Cummins 

Ciiria- 

Cut-Off 

Cypress 

Cypress Creek 

Cypress Milts 

Dallas 

Damo 

Danielsvillc 

Danville 

Dardanelle 

Oarysaw 

Dayton 

DeCJray 

D' Roehey 

De Rosey 

Des Arc 

[■)e Witt 

Doaksvillc 

Dorcheate 

Double Spring 

Dover 

Dubmiuo 

Due West 

Duncan 

Dutche's Creek 

Dnvall's Bluff 

Eagle 

Eagle Creek . 

Kagletown 

East Fork 



County. 



Jefferson 

Dallas 

Conway 

Montgomery 

Columbia 

St. Francis 

Lawrence 

Washita 

Greene 

Desha i 

Conwaj I 

Washita | 

Popt I 

Lawrence 

Washita 

C.irroll 

Perrv 

Frankhii 

Arkansas 

Crittenden 

Newton 

Scott 

White 

Sevier 

Sfontgoniery 

Greene 

Dallas 

Union 

Franklin 

Randolph 

Saline 

Prairie 

Ashley 

Seott 

Sebastian 

Choctaw 

Pulaski 

Washington 

Lawrence 

Monroe i 

Henif'Stead 

Johnson 

Marion 

Prairie 

Arkansas 

Clark 

Madison 

Van Buren 

Johnson 

Poinsett 

White 

Jackson 

Saline 

ICiiicot 

Henuistead 

Dallas 

Franklin 

Independence 

Cherokee 

Drew 

.St. Francis 

Crittenden 

Polk 

Creek Nation 

Arkansas 

Carroll 

Randol ph 

Fulton 

Greene 

Montgomery 

Van Buren 

Arkansas 

ludunemlence 

Drew' 

JInnroe ' 

Desha I 

P.-ny I 

Polk 

Dallas 

Cherokee 

\"."| 

Jefferson I 
Polk' 
Clark j 
Uot Sprinjtn ! 
Franklin ' 
Prainv | 
Arknnsa.s 
Choctaw I 
Columhia I 
Benton [ 
Pope 
Marion 
Munroo 

Yell 

Priirie 

Kullon 

Br.wllcv i 

Choctaw I 

Con«»y I 



Pott Office. 

Edge Hill 

BdniondsoQ 

Edwardsburj 

El Dorado 

Elgin 

Elm Springs 

Elm Wood 

Elon 

Eminence 

E'luality 

E.ibank'eMilU 

Isadora 

Eunice 

Eureka 

Evausville 

Evening .-jhaJe 

Evergreen 

Fair Dale 

Fair Play 

Fair View 

Falcon 

Fayetteville \' 

Fiizhugh'a Mills H,,. 



Coyji<y. 

Polk 

CrittenacB 

Philir* 

C B loa 

Jukiea 

WiAhlu^'tuk 

Cir.ull 

A.I.Uy 

IndepeiKleuc* 

J'jhu*oa 

Clilcat 

Cblcol 

St. Fraocii 

Wasbiu^loK 

Lmircuc* 

lUiid'jlpli 

ArkAu»«« 

Hut S|v.ug» 

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Flat Uayou 

Flint 

Florence 

Forest Grove 

Fort Arbucklo 

Fort (iibson 

Fort Smith 

Fort Washita 

Fountain Hill 

Fourche Dumaj 

Frauklin 

Fraiier's Point 

Froco 

Fulton 

(Jage's Point 

Gainesville 

Galley Creek 

Galloway 

Game Hill 

Gap Springs 

Gecsvillu 

Genoa 

Gillen'?! Landing 

<}lass Village 

Good Hope 

Gordon's Ferry 

Graham 

Grand Glaiic 

Grand Lake 

Grand Saline 

Gravcllv Hill 

Gravel Uiilgo 

Grave's 

Grayson 

Greenbrier 

(freenbiisli 

(ireen Grove 

Green Moaot 

(rreensluruugb 

Greenvilli! 

Greenwood 

Gum Log 

Glim Spring 

Git in \\ ood 

Ilainl'iirg 

II am 1 1 tun 

Ilainptun 

Harmony Springs 

Harold 

lUrrisbiirz 

Harris' Mill 

llailc Grove 

Helena 

llenderson 

llen,Hlee'»Sprin£i 

Herniannsbur^ 

Hermitage 

llerndon 

Hibernia 

HickmiiD'j Ileod 

Hickory 

Hickory Crofk 

ijickory Grove 

Hickory Plain 

llickorv Vallc/ U 

IlicksvllU 

llicu 

lli)!h»iy 

llilUI>oroii,-S 

Hilochee 

Hix«'« Kerry 

Hodge's l'r*4ri« 

Holly wood 

Hollv Sprin»t 

Hulmei' MiUi 

If o peti'-Id 

l|..p.». II 

Mot Sptinit 

■ovell 



J < d e r>u A 

Ctirroko* 

Doha 

Lafsyciu 

Choctaw 

ChcrokM 

ScLattiaa 

Chickasaw 

>ikl<:y 

lUu'iulph 

Kultoa 

W uUita 

Hempstead 

St. Krancks 

G r<: ca* 

Pop* 

lLJepfodt-ii^« 

rrauklia 

P.Ik 

P-l. 

ciAm 

Pill I l|rs 

Pow 

Puluki 

Fulioa 

lndcp<.odracc 

Jack«^>a 

Cliir<i« 

CborukM 

Y«a 

I'.. .1.- 



*. turn AJ 

Cuowajr 

Drrw 

(trwaa 

WuhlBgtuB 

Sctasiiaa 

Pop* 

LawrvDc* 

Prairt* 

Aihtry 

Prairi* 

CaUiuuu 

lUatoa 

>Ioal<oiucry 

Poioccti 

CUuctaw 

La«r«ac 

I'hili.S 



i'.raduy 

Grrra* 

Pulaiki 

>ll**ifc«lppi 

IUbI'H 

*H<m|>«ica*l 

Clark 

I'r . ■ r 



I'ijiik 

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W^< li'.af toK 

KjIBtiuI I b 

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Clark 

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Vtrtj 

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POST OFFICES CAUFORNIA, 



Post Office. 

Huddleston 

Ilunpiry 

lliintsvillo 

llurricaiic 

Iiuliau Bay 

Ion 

.Inckson 

Jftcksonport 

.lames' Fork 

Jasper 

"(.'flersonville 



County. 

Pike 

Siiliiie 

UttUison 

Saline 

llonroc 

Drew 

Lawrence 
Jackson 

Seluistiau 
Newton 
Philips 

Jcunin'-'s' Kerry Benton 

Jennv bind Seliasti.'in 

Johnsville Bradley 

Jonesboroiigh Craifilieail 

Jones' Hill St. Francis 

Jupiter Slailison 

Ju-lson White 

Justus' Mills nemi'stcnd 

Kentucky Valley VVliite 

Kenyon Jackson 

Keilion Cherokee 

Kiuderhook Van Bnren 

King's River Carroll 

Kingston Madison 

Laconia Dislia 

Lacv Urew 

Lagle Bradley 

LaGrancc Phihi'S 

LaOrue Praine 
bake Bluff 

Lake Village Chicot 

Lamartine Washita 

Lanark Bradley 

L'Angncllc St. Franc:9 

Larissa Prairie 

Laura Town Lawrence 

Latona Ashley 

Lcaton Poinsett 

Load Hill Marion 

Leake's Store Columbia 

Lebanon Searcy 

Lehow Polk 

Lee's Creek Crawford 

Lehi Jefierson 

Lenark Falls Cherokee 

Lewisburg Conway 

Lewisville Lafayette 

Libertv Washita 

Liberty Springs Van Buren 

Liddcsdale Columbia 

Lima Randolph 

Linden St. Francis 

Line Ferrv Lafayett 
Linn Spring Sfills Benton 

Linwood Lawrence 

Lisbon Union 

Little Rock Pulaski 

Little Spring Madison 

Little Verdet:ris Cherokee 

Locust Cottage Jefferson 

Locust Grove Searcy 

Lodi Pulaski 

Lone Grove Washita 

Long Point Arkansas 

Long Prairie Sebastian 

Long View Ashley 

Luda Washita 

Luk-fah-tah Choctaw 

Lynch's Prairie Washington 

Wc Henry's Creek Pulaski 

Madison St. Francis 

Magnolia Columbia 

Maguire's Store Washington 

JIarble Madison 
Marble Salt Works 

Marianna Philips 

Marie Saline Ashley 

Marion Crittenden 

Marl brook Hempstead 

JIarshal Prairie Searcy 

Jlars Hill Drew 

Mirtin's Creek Lawrence 

Mary Green Saline 

Marysville Columbia 

}Iasona Chicot 

Maumelle Pulaski 

Naysville Benton 
Micco Creek Nation 

Middletown Van Buren 

Midway Hot Springs 

Mill Creek Izard 

Miller's Point A'an Buren 

Millwood Sevier 

Milor Sebastian 

Molina del Ray Arkansas 

Monticello Drew 

Montonga " 

Moreland Pope 

Moro Monroe 

Moro Bay Bradley 

Uoieov Hempstead 



Post Office. 



County. 



Mound City Crittenden 

Mount Adams Arkunsas 

Mountain Jlome Fulton 

Mountain Spring Carroll 
Mount Clairimier Cherokee 

Mount Kltia Bradley 

Mount Holly Union 

Mount Ida Montgomery 

Mount Judea Newton 

Mount Moriah Washita 

Mount Olive izard 
Mount Piirtbenon Newton 

Mount Pleasant Carroll 

Mount Silvan Lawrence 

Muddy Bayou White 

Murfreesboro' Pike 

Myatt Lawrence 

Napoleon Desha 

Nashville Hempstead 

Natural Dam Crawford 

NeltaBoc Sevier 

NewGascony Jefierson 

New London Union 

Norristown Pope 

North Creek Philips 

North Fork Izard 

North Point Pulaski 

Norwoodville Sevier 

Oak Bluff Green 

Oak (irove Arkansas 

Oak Hill Lafayette 
Oakland 

Oak Ridge Craighead 

Oasis Lawrence 
Oil Trough Independence 

Okolona Clark 

Oldham Crittenden 

Old Hickorv Conway 

Oldtown ' Philips 

Olio Scott 

01iv< Creek Conway 

Olivia " 

Onyx Perry 

Orion Ashley 

Osage Carroll 

Osage Mills Benton 

Oceola Mississippi 

Ouachita Wasliua 

Owensville Saline 

Ozan Hempstead 

Ozark Franklin 

Pacitie Place Crittenden 

Paint Rock Franklin 

Palarm Pulaski 

Palestine Columbia 

Paraclil'ta Sevier 

Parkersburg Yell 

Parks Scott 

Pastoria Jefferson 
Patterson's Bluff 

Pea Ridge Benton 

Pecan Point Slississippi 

Pekin Johnson 
Pennington's Mills Pulaski 

Perryviile Perry 

Petcrsb-arg Washita 

Petite Jean Yell 

Petra Craighead 

Pigeon Hill XJnion 

Pilot Hill Fulton 

Pine Blafi Jefferson 

Piney Johnson 
Pittsburg 

Planters Philips 

Pleasant Hill Franklin 
Pleasant Plains Independence 

Pleasant Valley Yell 

Plum Bayou Jefferson 

Pocahontas Randolph 

Point Cedar Clark 

Point Meers Johnson 

Point Peter Searcy 

Point Pleasant Ashley 
Poke Bayou Independence 

Polk Carroll 

Pontotoc Chick.isaw 

Poplar Bluffs Ashley 

Portland " 

Port Williams Scott 

Post Oak Calhoun 

Powhatan Lawrence 

Prairie Landing Desha 

Pratt lie Saline 

Princeton Dallas 

Providence Searcy 

Purn Van Buren 
Qitman 

Qnito Polk 

Randolph Lafayette 

Rapp's Barren Fulton 

Red Bird Dallas 

Red Fork Desha 



Post Ofice. 

Red Hill 
Red Land 
Relf's Bluff 
Revilee 
Richland 
Richmond 
Riggsville 
Rob Roy 
Rock Creek 
Rock Fish 
Rock Hill 
Rock Point 
Rock Port 
Rocky Bayou 
Rocky Comfort 
Roller's Ridgo 
Rolling Prairie 
Rome 
Rondo 
Rose Bud 
Roseville 
Rover 

Royal Colony 
Royston 
Russellvillc 
Saint Charles 
Saint Paul 
Santa Fe 
Scotland 
Scrugg'3 Ferry 
Searcy 
Selma 
Seminary 
Shakespeare 
Sharon 



County . 

Washita 
Pike 
Drew 
Scott 
Jefferson 
Sevier 
Izard 
Jefferson 
Yell 
Searcy 
Pope 
Independence 
Hot Springs 
Izard 
Sevier 
Benton 
Marion 
Clark 
Lafavette 
White 
Franklin 
Yell 
White 
Pike 
Pope 
Arkansas 
Madison 
Craighead 
U nion 
Philips 
White 
Desha 
Washita 
Greene 
Arkansas 
Sharp's X Roads Independence 
Shawnee Village Mississippi 
Sheriff's Ridgo Hot Springs 
Shetucket Polk 

Shiloh Ashley 

Shoal Creek Johnson 

Sidney Lawrence 

Smithland Columbia 

Smithville Lawrence 

South Bend Arkansas 

Spavinaw Benton 

Spring Bank Lafayette 

Spring Creek Randolph 

Springfield Conway 

Spring Hill Hempstead 

Spring Mill Washington 

Springvale Clark 

Star Washita 

Starof the West Pike 

Stephens Union 

Sterling Philips 

Stony Point White 

Stover Dallas 

Stranger's Home Lawrence 
Strawberry " 

Sub Rosa Franklin 

Sugar Grove Lawrence 

Sugar Loaf Sebastian 

Sullivan Springs Independence 
Sulphur Rock 

Sulphur Springs Columbia 

Sunimerville Bradley 

Sumpter " 

Surrounded Hills Monroe 

Swan Lake Arkansas 

Syhamore Izard 

Table Rock 

Tahlequah Cherokee 

Taney Washington 

Taylor's Creek St. Francis 
Torre Noir Clark 

The Narrows Crawford 

Thomas' Store Calhoun 

Three Creeks Union 

Tishomingo Chickasaw 

Tolbert's Ferry Marion 

Toboxky Choctaw 

Tomahawk Searcy 

Tremont Union 

Trenton Philips 

Trott's Mill Benton 

Trouble Hill Scott 

Troy Drew 

Tulip Dallas 

Turin Sabine 

Twin Springs Benton 

Tyler's Blnff Perry 

Uberty Pulaski 

Ultima Thule Sevier 

Union Fulton 

Union Springs Union 

Vacho Grass Sebastian 

Valley 

Vallonia Randolph 

Van Buren Crawford 

Velvet Ridg3 White 

Village Creek Columbia 



foal Office. 



County. 



Viola Fulton 

Violet Hill Izard 

Waleott Green 

Waldron Scott 

Wallace Creek Independence 

Walnut Bend Philips 

Walnut Fork Newton 

fl'alnut Grove Independente 

Walnut Hill Lafyette 

Walnut Plains Prairie 

Walnut Tree Yell 

War Eagle Madison 

Warren Bradley 

Washington Hempstead 

Watensaw Prairie 

Watkinsville Newton ' 

Waverly Pulaski 

Webbers Falls Cherokea 

Wesley Madison 

West Fork Washington 

West Point W hite 

VVheelock Choctaw 

White Bluff' Jefferson 

Whiteley's Newton 

White Oak Jefferson 

White Oak Shoals Sevier 

White River Desha 

White's Hill Newton 
White Sulphur Springs 

Jefferson 

Whiteville Marion 

Whittington Saline 

Wild Haws Izard 

Wiley's Cove Searcy 

Wilmington Union 

Wilton Pike 

Witt's Spring Searcy 

Wolf Bayou Independence 

Wood Hill Ashley 

Woodlawn Washita 

Yellville Marion 



California. 



Post Office. 

Alameda 

Alamo 

Albany 

Albion 

Alleghany 

Alvarado 

Alviso 

Amador City 

American Ranche 



County, 

Alameda 

Contra Costa 

Sonoma 

Mendocino 

Sierra 

Alameda 

Santa Clara 

Amador 

Shasta 



Anabaim Los Angelos 

Anderson Mendocino 

Angel's Camp Calaveras 

Antelope Yolo 

Anthony's House Nevada 



Antioch 

Areata 

Auburn 

Bangor 

Bank Mills 

Bath 

Bear Valley 

Bellota 

Belmont 

Benicia 

Bidwell's Bar 

Big Bar 

Big Oak Flat 

Big Valley 

Binghampton 

Black Point 

Bloomfield 

Blue Mountain 

Bodega 

Bolinas 

Bridgeport 

Brighton 

Brooklyn 

Brown's Valley 

Brownvsville 

Brush Creek 

Buckeye 

Bucks' Ranch 

Burnett 

Burwood 

Butte Valley 

Cache Creek 

Cahto 

Calpella 

Callahan's Ranche 

Camancha 

Campo Seco 

Camptonville 

Gary's Mills 



Contra Costal 

Humboldt! 

Placer' 

Butte I 

Santa Clara 

Placer 

Mariposa 

San Joaijuin 

San Mateo 

Solano 

Butte 

Trinity 

Tuolumne 

Napa 

Solano 

Marin 

Sonoma 

Calavera.s 

Sonoma 

Marin 

Blono 

Sacramento 

Alameda 

Yuba 

Yubs 

Butte 

Yok 

Plumai 

Santa CI art 

San Joaquir 



Yol< 

Mendoeint 

Mendocini 

Siskyoi 

Calavera; 

Calaversi 

Yubi 

Amado 



POST OFFICES— CONNECTICDT. 



Pott Office. 

Central House 

Ceuterville 

Charlostoa 

Chorokee 

Chiei) 

Oiiilo 

Ohiiieso Camp 

Oliurutown 
I Ohiirsville 

CliiksviUe 

OLu's Bar 

Claytcra 

Cl ipper Mills 
I Cloverilale 

Cold Spring 

Cillinsville 

Colloma 

Co! iinbia 

C'llnsa 

O'M'piiropolis 

Copper Vale 

CosLiinne 

Outtage Grove 

Cotton wood 

Crusct:ut City 

Ciu-amonga 

Damascus 

Danville 

Denverton 

Diamond Spriu 

Don Pedro Bar 



County. 

Butte 

Alameda 

Yolo 

Butte 



C«llave^^ls 

Tuolumne 

Shasta 

Mendocino 

El Dorado 

Calaveras 

Contra Cost i 

Butte 

Sonoma 

El Dorado 

Solano 

El Dorada 

Tuolumne 

Colusa 

Calaveras 

Lassen 

Sacramento 

Klamath 

Tehama 

Del Norte 

San Bernardine 

Placer 

Contra Costa 

Solano 

El Dorado 

Tuolumne 



Post Office. 



Cownty. 



Dou,!;herty's Station Alameda 



Don:,'las City 

DoH'uieville 

Dry Town 

D mean's Mills 

Duroo 

Dutch Flat 

Eel River 

El D.irado 

Elk (J- rove 

Elliot 

Empire Ranehe 

Etna 11 ills 

Eureka 

Fair Play 

FanniuL^ton 

Ferndale 

Ferry Point 

F^isherman's Bay 

Folsom City 

F ire^t Home 

Forbestown 

Forest City 

Forest Hill 

Forks of Salmon 

Fort Jones 

Foster's Bar 

Fourth Crossing 

Franklin 

Freeport 

Fremont 

French Camp 

French Corral 

French Gulch 

Garrote 

Georgetown 

Gibsonville 

Gilroys 

Gold Run 

Goodyear's Bar 

Grafton 

Grand Island 

Grass Valley 

Green Spring 

Green Wood 

Grizzly Bear House 

Grizzly Flat 

Grove City 

Gualala 

Half Moon Bay 

Hamilton 

Happv Cjmp 

Hay Fork 

Haywood 

Healdsburg 

Henly 

Hermitage 

Hicksville 



Trinity 

Sierra 

Amador 

Souunja 

El Dorado 

Placer 

Humboldt 

El Dorado 

Sacramento 

San Jo.iquin 

Yuija 

Siskiyou 

Humboldt 

El Dorado 

San Joaiiuin 

Humboldt 

Del Xorte 

Sonoma 

Sacramento 

Amador 

Butte 

Sierra 

Placer 

Klamath 

Siskyon 

Yuba 

Calaveras 

Sacramento 

Sacramento 

Yolo 

San Joar(uin 

Nevada 

Shasta 

Tuolumne 

El Dorado 

Sierra 

Santa Clara 

Placer 

Sierra 

Yolo 

Colusi 

Nevada 

Tuolumne 

El Dorado 

Placer 

El Dorado 

Tehama 

Mendoci no 

San Mateo 

Butte 

Del Norte 

Trinity 

Alameda 

Sonoma 

Siskyon 

Mendocino 

Sacramento 



Hitchcock's Ranch BlDorado 



Houcut 
Hoop V Valley 
Hope Valley 
Hoptjwell 
Hornitas 
Horsetown 
How's Branch 
Hvdesville 
Illinoistown 
Indian Diggins 
Indian Gutch 
Indian Spring 



Yuba 
Klamath 

Colusi 

Mariposa 

Shasta 

Tuolumne 

Humboldt 

Placer 

El Dorado 

Mariposa 

Nevada 



nskip ^.itte 

joue Valley Amador 

Iowa City Placer 

Jacinto Colusi 

Jackson Amatlor 

Jacksonville Tuolumne 

Jamestown " 

Janesville Lassen 

Jenny Lmd Calaveras 

Johnson's Ranehe Sutter 

Junction City Trinity 

Kelsey El Dorado 

Keysville Tulare 

Knoxville Luke 

Knight's Ferry San Joaijuin 

Konigsburg Amador 

Lafayette Contra Costa 

La Grange Stanislaus 

Lake House Sacramento 

Lakeport Lake 

Lakeville Sonoma 

Laucha Plana Amador 

Lani:worth Stanislaus 

La Porte Sierra 

Latrobe Alpine 

Leitoh Perry Stanislaus 

Lewiston Trinity 

Lexington Santa Clara 

Liberty San Joariuin 

Lincoln Placer 

Linden SanJoaijuin 

Lisbon Placer 

Little Lake Mendocino 

Little York Nevada 

Lockeford San Joaquin 

LocnstShade " 

Long Bar Yuba 

Longville Plumas 

Los Angelos Los Angelos 

Los Gatos Santa Clara 

Lower Lake Napa 

Loyalton Sierra 

i^ynn's Valley Tulare 

Jliiine Prairie Solano 

Magalia Butte 

Mariposa Mariposa 

Markleeville Amador 

Martinez Contra Costa 

Martinshurg Butte 

Marysville Yuba 

Mattole Humboldt 

Maxwell's Creek Mariposa 

JlaytiLdd Santa Clara 

Meadow Valley Plumas 

Mendocino Mendociur 

Merced Falls Merceu 

Meridau Sutter 

Michigan Bar Sacramento 

^Michigan BluiT Placer 

Miller's Ranch Butte 

Millerston Manposa 

llillford Lassen 

Millville Shasta 

Milpitas Santa Clara 

Min'ersville Trinity 

Mission San Josa Contra Costa 

MokeUimne Hill Calaveras 

Monitor Amador 

Monte Los Angelos 

Monterey Monterey 

Montezuma Tuolumne 

Monte Vista Alameda 

Moon's Ranehe Colusi 

Moore's Flat Nevada 

Morman's Island Sacramento 

Mountai Ranehe Calaveras 

Mountain Springs Placer 

Mountain View Santa Clara 

Mountain Well Nevada 

Mount Bullion Mariposa 

Mount Eden Alameda 

Mariposa 

Calaveras 



Pott Office. 

Orleans 

Oro Fino 

Oroville 

Owsley's Bar 

Pacheco 

Puinesville 

Paterson 

Pea Vine 

Penty 

Pescadero 

Petal nma 

Pilot Hill 

Pine Creek 

Pine Grovo 

Pleasant Valley 

Placerville 

Plum Valley 

Poland 

Pope Valley 

Prairie 

Preston 

Princeton 

Punta Arenas 

Putah 



Comity. 



Klamath 

Siskyon 

Butte 

Yuba 

Contra Costa 



Pott OfAce. 



Quincy 
Rattle 



San Joaquin 

N ipa 

Yolo 

Mariu 

Colusi 

Mendocino 

Solano 

Plumas 

Placer 



attle Snake Bar 
Red Bluff 
Red Dog 
Redwood City 
Reynolds' Ferry 
Rich Gulch 
Richland 
Rio Seco 
Rio Vista 
Rock Creek 
Rockville 
Rome 
Roseville 
Rough and Ready 
Round Valley 
Sacramento City Sacramento 



Napa 
Sierra 



Mount Ophir 

Murphy's 

Musquito 

Napa City 

Natividad 

Neilsburg 

Nevada City 

New Castle 

Newtowu 

Nicolaus 

North BloomSeld 

North Branch 

North Columbia 

North San Juau 

Oakland 

Olema 

Omega 

Onion Valley 

Ouisbo 

Ophirville 

Oregon Houss 



Napa 

Monterey 

Placer 

Nevada 

Placer 

El Dorado 

Sutter 

Nevada 

Calavcris 

Nevada 

Nevada 

Alameda 

Marin 

Nevada 

Plumas 

Sacramento 

Placer 

Yuba 



Saint Helena 

Saint Louis 

Salinas 

Salsbury 

Salmon Falls 

San Andreas 

San Antonio 

SanBernardino SanBcrnardino 

San Bueuaventara 

Santa Barbara 



San Diego 
San Francisco 
San Gabriel 
San Jose 
San Juan 
San Leaudro 
San Lorenzo 



Stony Point 
Strawberry Valley 
SuisunCity 
Summit 
SusiDville 
Nevada j Sutter's Crctlc 
Nevada i Sweetland 
Butte Table Rock 
Biittei Taho 
Santa Crui | TaylorsviUe 

Sonoma; Tchauia 
El DiraJo \ Tele^Taph Citv 
ButiejThompion'sF'Ut 
Amador I Timber Co»e 
El Dorado Timbuctw 
El Dorado I Todd's Valley 
Sierra' Tomallea 
Trinidad 
Trinity 
Trinity Center 
TrnckV Uirer 
Tule ■ 
Two Rook 
Ckrah 
Cncle Sam 
Union 
Shasta 1 Tppcr Clear Lake 
Nevada I Vacavillo 
San Mateo; Valticita 
Calaveras Vallejo 
Viola 
Virginia 
V'isalia 
Volcano 
Walnut Creek 
Solano Walnut GroTo 
Sutter Washington 
Placer Watsonville 
Weavervillo 
West Point 
West Butto 
Whiskey Creek 
Wiliitiu^ton 
Monterey i VVind>»or 
SaeramoutO' WoodbriJ^e 
El Dorado , \Voodland 
Calaveras Woodside 
Monterey ! Wyandotte 

Wyatt's Store 
Yankee Hill 
Yankee Jim's 
Yreka 
Yolo 
Yuba City 



Sacramento 

Butte 

Solano 

Tehama 



Nevada 
Plumas 



San Diego 

San Francisco 

Los Angelos 

Sauta Clara 

Monterey 

Alameda 

Alameda 



San Lais Obispo 

San Luis Obispo 
San Luis Roy San Diego 

San Marcos San Lu is Otiispo 



Sail Mateo 
San Pablo 
San Pedro 
San Quentin 
San Rafael 



San Jfaieo 
Contra Costa 
Los Angelos 
Marin 
Marin 



Coumly. 

Sonoma 

Yuba 

Sulauu 

PIUDIU 

P 1 'J m a« 

Ai.udor 

Nevada 

Sierra 

El Dorado 

PI ouia* 

Cv4u«i 

Calavcra4 

itutt« 

Surr* 

V ,ti 

!• .. -r 

M:,r,a 

Klimalb 

Trmiijr 

Pl.cfr 

Tulare 

Soautna 

Meodocino 

Nai-. 

kUrceJ 

Nap. 

S..lau. 

Ollavcr.i 

Sulauu 

Sacrameat^i 

Placer 

Talare 

Amador 

CoDtra Cutta 

Sacramento 

Set ada 

Saota Crai 

Trinity 

C^lavrraj 

Sbaj'a 

L'lS Anrelui 

Sou.>ma 

San Juaqmn 

Yolo 

San FraQci«co 

liiitte 

^1 Ar I pofta 

Itutle 

riacor 

Siakjron 

Yolo 

Sutler 



toiiiieeticut. 



Santa Barbara Santa Barbara I Avon 



J'ott Ofire. 

Abin;:ton 
Andover 
Ansonia 
Ashfori 



Santa Clara 

Santa Cruz 

Santa Rosa 

Santo Ynes 

Sanel 

Sawyer's Bar 

Scott's River 

Searsvillo 

Sobastopol 

Secret Ravine 

Soiad's V'alley 

Sellon's Ranch 

Shasta 

Shaw's Flat 

Sheldon 

Sierra (!ity 

Sierra Valle / 

Silver Spring 

Slipperv Ford 

Smith's' Ranoho 

Smith's River 

Sni ithville 

SiicHiui;'s Rancho Pierced 

Siiui^viUe San Joaiuiii 

Solaua Saoramohto 

Soldiers' Bridge Laiion 



Santa "lara Itakerjville 
Santa Crut i Balls' Poiid 
Sonoma: Banksville 
Santa Barbara I Rantam Fal1« 
Mendocino llarkhamiteaj 
Klamath ' Beacon Falls 
Siskyon Berlin 
San Mateo I llethauy 
Napa; B-.-thel 
Placer Bethlehem 
Siskyon' Black Kork 
Yuba I Bloom ticM 
Shista Bolt<m 
Tool am IK' Botrah 
Sac r amen to ll.uralivtlle 
Sierra Bran: >rd 
•■ I Bridgeix'rt 
Briilgewater 
El Dorado Bristol 

Sonoma | llro ad Brook 
D.-l None Bnwklield 
Placer : llrookhn 

l!ro..!<'« Vale 
II tckluid 



Soniesvillo 
Sonoma 
Sonora 
So [lie I 
Spanish Flat 
Spanish Ranch 
Springtield 
Stocktun 



Birliu{taa 

||.irii«ide 
Contra Costal Burr»ill« 

Sonoma iOiinpb^ll'i MilU 
Tuidfimn ■ Piinpvill* 
Sauta Cr , . 
IClDon N.lley 

Plu.. . ' 'ry 

TlloluiuUO] Cautoa 

San J oa juln Ca.Hon Ceotcr 



Commtf. 

Windham 

Tallaad 

Near llarea 

Windham 

Hart fori 

LUchtell 

Fairtteld 

KairaeM 

LitohfirU 

Lltrharld 

New Harm 

Hartfort 

New Haren 

Kairfleld 

LitehBeld 

FairB'ld 

lltriford 

Tullaod 

New LoQd^-a 

New Loadt'Q 

New Hawa 

FairBrld 

LiKherbt 

Mart furl 

Hartfori 

PairSeM 

Win"^-- 

New II 

Hi: 
H.r 
Ha- 

I. ■ 



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POST OFUCES DELAWARE. 



rost Office. 



Cdunti/, 



Central Villajrs 

Center Rrook 

Center (Jrotou 

Chupinvillo 

Oh:i|ilin 

Cheshire 

Chester 

Chesterfield 

Clinton 

Ccibalt 

Ci.lehester 

Cold Spring 

Oolchrook 

Colehrook KiTcr 

Colliinicr 

CoUinsville 

Coluinhia 

Cornwall 

Oriuviill RridRc 

Cornwall Hollow 

Coventry 

Coventry Depot 

Cromwell 

Dan bury 

Diu"ien 

Daricn Depot 

Deep River 

Derby 

Ilnrham 

llurham Center 

Kafileville 

ICast Terlin 

East Canaan 

East ford 

East fflnstenburg 

East Ornnlij' 

East Haddam 

East Hampton 

East Hartford 

East Haven 

East Kent 

East Killingly 

Eft?t Lyme 

E'ii^ton 

East Putnam 

East Windsor 

East AVindsor Hill 

East Woodstoek 

Ellington 

Ellsworth 

Enfield 

Essex 

Fairfield 

Fair Haven 

Falls Villasre 

Farmers' Village 

Farminsrton 

Fisherville 

Forestville 

Franklin 

Gales' Ferry 

Gardner's Lake 

Gaylordsvillo 

Georgetown 

Gilead 

<51astenbury 

Qlenville 

Goshen 

Granby 

(Jreenfield Hill 

(Jreenville 

Greenwich 

Griswold 

Groton 

Guilford 

Gurleyville 

Haddam 

Haddam Xec 

lladlyme 

Hamburg 

HamJen 

Hampton 

Hartford 

Hartland 

Harwinton 

Hawley ville 

Hazardville 

Hebron 

}iigganum 

High Ridge 

Hitcheoekville 

Jl'iekanum 

Hotchkissville 

Huntinj^toa 

Huntsville 

Jewett City 

Kcnsiugton 

Kent 

Killingly 

Killingworth 

Lakeville 

liancsville 



Post Office. 



Windham Laurel Glen 
Jliddlesex Lebanon 
New London Lcdyard 
Litchfield Leesville 
Wimlhani I Libertv HiU 
Niw Haven Linie Rock 

Middlesex Lisbon 
New London Litchfield 
Middlesex Long Ridge 
Middlesex Lord's Bridge 
New London Lyme 
Fairfield Madison 
Litchfield I Manchester 
Litchfield iSIansfield 
"Windham I Mansfield Center 
Harford | Mansfield Depot 
Tolland 1 Marble Dale 
Litchfield I Marion 
Litchfield j Marlborough 
Litchfield Mashapang 
Tolland I Meriden 
Tolland Merrow Station 
Middli'sex Minnns 
Fairfield ,Middhbiiry 
Fairfield iMiddKfield 
Fairfield \ Middle Haddam 



Jliddlesex 

New Haven 

Middlesex 

Middlesex 

Tolland 

Hartford 

Litchfield 

W indham 

Hartford 

Hartford 

JJidtllesex 

Jliddlesex 

Hartford 

New Haven 

Litchfield 

Windham 

New London 

Fairfield 

\ indliam 

Hartford 

Hartford 

"Windham 

Tolland 

Litchfield 

Hartford 

Middlesex 

Fairfield 

New Haven 

Litchfield 

Hartford 

Hartford 

Windham 

Hartford 

New London 

New London 

New London 

Litchfield 

Fairfield 

Tolland 

Hartfcrd 

Fairfield 

Litchfield 

Hartford 

Fairfield 

New London 

Fairfield 

New London 

New London 

New Haven 

Tolland 

Middlesex 

Middlesex 

Middlesex 

New London 

New Haven 

Windham 

Hartford 

Hartfori 

Litchfield 

Fairfield 

Hartford 

Tolland 

Middlesex 

Fairfield 

Litchfield 

Hartford 



County. 

New London 
New London 
New London 
Middlesex 
New London 
Litchfiel<l 
New London 
Litchfield 
Fairfield 
New London 
New London 
New Haven 
Hartford 
Tolland 
Tolland 
Tolland 
Litchfield 
Hartford 
Hartford 
Tolland 
New Haven 
Tolland 
Fairfield 
New Haven 
Middlesex 
.Middlesex 
Middlesex 
New Haven 
Litchfield 
Middlesex 
Fairfield 
Litchfielu 
Fairfield 
New Londoi? 
Jliddlesex 
Tollaiul 
Windhan. 
Litchfield 
New Haven 
Tolland 
Ne\^ Haven 
New London 
New London 
New Londoi. 
Hartford 
Jlew Haver 
Windham 
Hartford 
Fairfield 
Fairfield 
Litchfield 
New HartfordCenterLitchfield 
New Haven 
Hartford 
New London 
Litchfield 
Litchfield 
Fairfield 
New London 
New London 
Litchfield 
Windham 
New Haven 
Hart ord 
Litchfield 
Litchfield 
Litchfield 
New Haven 
Hartford 
New Haven 
New Haven 



Post Office. 



County. 



Pomfret Windham 

Pomfret Landing Windham 
Poquonock Hartford 

Poquanoe Bridge New London 



Middletown 
Mil ford 
Alill Brook 
Millinston 
Mill Plain 
Milton 
.Monroe 
Jlontville 
.Moodus 

Moose Jfeadow 
Moosop 
Morris 

Moont Carmel 
Jlount Hope 
Muddy River 
Jl.vstic 

Mystic Bridge 
Jlystic River 
Naiiltuc 
Naugatuck 
New Boston 
New Britain 
New Canaan 
New Fairfield 
New Hartford 



Portland 

Preston 

Prospect 

Putnam 

Quarry ville 

liainbow 

Redding 

Redding Ridgo 

Kidgebury 

Ridi'ctield 

Ridgefield Station 

Rol iTtsville 

Rockland 

Roekviile 

Rocky Hill 

Round Hill 

Roxbury 

Salem 

Salisbury 

Sandy Hook 

Saugatuck 

Saybrook 

Saybrook Ferry 

Scitico 

Scotland 

Seymour 

Sharon 

Sherman 

Simsl ur.v 

Smith's Ridge 

Somers 

Somersville 

South Britain 

Southburv 

South Canaan 

South Coventry 

Southford 

South Glastonbury 

Southineton 



New Haven 

Newington 

New London 

New Jlilford 

New Preston 

Newtown 

Niantic 

Noank 

Norfolk 

North Ashford 

North Branford 

North Canton 

North Colebrook 

North Cornwall 

Northfield 

Norihford 

North Granby 

North Guilford 

North Haven 

North Killingworth Middlesex 

North Lyme Nhw London 

North Jladison New Haven 

North Manchester Hertford 

North Norfolk Litchfield 

North Somers Tolland 

North Stamford Fairfield 

North Stonington New London 

Northville Litciifield 

North Wilton Fairfield 

North Windham Windham 

North Woodstock M'indham 

Norwalk 



Jliddlesex 

New London 

Mew Hs.ven 

Windham 

Tolland 

Hartford 

Fairfield 

Fairfield 

Fairfield 

Fairfield 

Fairfield 

Litchfield 

New Haven 

Tolland 

Hartford 

Fairfield 

Litchfield 

New London 

Litchfield 

Fairfield 

Fairfield 

Jliddlesex 

Jliddlesex 

Hartford 

"\V indham 

New Haven 

Litchfield 

Fairfield 

Hartford 

Fairfield 

Tolland 

Tolland 

New Haven 

New Haven 

Litchfield 

Tolland 

New Haven 

Hartford 

Hartford 



Post Office. 

West Granby 

West Hartford 

West Hartland 

O'est Haven 

West Killingly 

West Jleriden 

Westminster 

West Norfolk 

West Norwalk 

Weston 

Westport 

West Redding 

West Stafford 

West Suffield 

West Thompson 

U'estville 

West Willington 

West Winstead 

West Woodstock 

AVethersfield 

Willimantic 

"\Villington 

Wilton 

Winchester Cente 

W indemere 

Windham 

Windsor 

AVindsor Locks 

Windsorville • 

Winnipauk 

Winstead 

Winthrop 

WoUcott 

Wolcottville 

Woodbury 

Woodstock 

Woodstock Talley 

Woodville 

Yantic 



South Killingly Windham 

South Lvme New London 

South Jfanchester Hartford 

South Norfolk 

South Norwalk 

Southport 

Southville 

SouthWindham 

South Windsor 

South Woodstock 

Square Pond 

Stafford 

StaH'ordville 

Stamford 

Stauwich 

Staflord Springs 

Stepney 



Fairfield 

Norwich New London 

Norwichtown New London 

Oakville New Haven 

Oneco Windham 

Orange New HaTen 

Ore Hill Litciifield 

Oxford New Haven 

Park Lane Litchfield 

Litchfield I Pendleton Hill New London 

Fairfield ! Phrenixville Windham 

Litchfield ' Pine Jleadow Litchfield 

New London Plainfield Windham 

Hartford ( Plainville Hartford 

Litciifield I Plantsville Hartford 

Windham Pleasant "\'ale New Haven 

Jliddlesex Pleasant "Valley Litchfield 

Litchfield Plymouth Litchfield 
Litchfield I Plymouth Hollow Litchfield 



Stepney Depot 

Sterling 

Sterling Hill 

Stony Creek 

Stonington 

Strattord 

Suffield 

Tarifl'ville 

Terrysville 

Tliomeston 

Thompson 

Thompsonville 

Tolland 

Torringford 

Torrinston 

Trumbull 



Litchfield 

Fairfield 

Fairfield 

Litciifield 

Windham 

Hartford 

Windham 

Tolland 

Tolland 

Tolland 

Fairfield 

Fairfield 

Tolland 

Fairfield 

Fairfield 

Windham 

Windham 

New Haven 

New London 

Fairfield 

Hartford 

Hartford 

Litchfield 

Litchfield 

Windham 

Hartlord 

Tolland 

Litchfield 

Litchfield 

Fairfield 



Counly, 

Hartford 
Hartford 
Hartford 
New Haven 
Windham 
New Haven 
Windham- 
Litchfield 
Fairfield 
Fairfield 
Fairfield 
Fairfield 
Tolland 
Hartford 
Windham 
New Haven 
Tolland 
Litchfield 
Windham 
Hartford 
Windham 
Tolland 
Fairfield 
r Litchfield 
Tolland 
Windham 
Hartford 
Hartford 
Hartford 
Fairfield 
Litchfield 
Middlesex 
New Haven 
Litchfield 
Litchfield 
Windham 
Windham 
Litchfield 
New London 



DeliiAvare. 



Post Office. 



County. 



Trumbull Long Hill Fairfield 



Tnrnersville 
Fncasville 
Union 
Unionville 
"A'ernon 
Vernon Depot 
Voluntown 
Wfilingford 
Warehouse Point 
Warren 
Washington 
Waterbury 
Watcrford 
Watertowu 
Waterville 
Wauregan 
WeatoHue 
West Ashford 
West Avon 
Westbrook 
West Cheshire 
West Chester 
West Cornwall 
Westford 
I West Goshen 



Tolland 

New Loiieon 

Tolland 

Hartford 

Toll.snd 

Tolland 

Windham 

New Haven 

Harford 

Litchfield 

Litchfield 

New Haven 

New London 

Litchfield 

New Haven 

Windham 

Hartford 

Windham 

Hartford 

Jliddlesex 

New Haven 

New London 

Litchfield 

Windham 

Litchfield 



Angola Sussex 

Black Bird New Castle 

Blackstone's >^ Roads Kent 

Black Water Sussex 

Bridgeville 

Camden 

Canterbury 

Cedar Creek 

Centerville 

Chippewa 

Christiana 

Clavmont 

Clayton 

Concord 

Conerdale 

Cooch's Bridge 

Dagshorough 

Deakyneville 

Delaware City 

Delmar 

Dover 

Draw Bridge 

Farming ton 

Felton Station 

Frankford 

Frederica 

Georgetown 

Glasgow 

(Treenwood 

Gumborough 

Hall's Store 

Hare's Corners 

Harrington 

Hazlettville 

HenryClay Factory NewCasth 

Hockessin New CastU 

Houston Sussex 

Hollyville Sussej 

Kenton Ken^ 

Kirkwood New Castlt 

Laurel Sussei 

Leipsic Ken 

Lewis Siissej 

Little Creek Landing Ken 

Loveville New Castlf 

Lowe's t^ Roads Sussex 

MeClellandsvillo New Casth 

Jloorton Kent 

JfcDonoHgh New Cast! 

Magnolia Kent 

Marshy Hope Bridge 

Jlermaid New Castli 

Middleford Sussej 

Middletown New Castlf 

Milford Ken 



Kent 
Kent 

Sussex 
New Castle 



Kent 

Sussex 

Sussex 
New Castle 

Sussex 
New Castle 
New Castle 

Sussex 
Kent 

Sussex 
Kent 

Sussex 
Kent 
Sussex 
New Castle 
Sussex 
Sussex 

New Castle 
Kent 



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POST OFFl 


Post Office. 


County. 


Jfillsborough 


Sussex 


Milton 




Ni'w ;lrk 


New Castle 


New Castle 




Newport 


*' 


().i.'ssa 


New Castle 


I'tMi-son's Corner Kent 


Pk:nant Hill 


New Castle 


Port Poua 


'• 


Red Liuu 


• • 


Saint George's 


•' 


Sea for.! 


** 


Selt.yville 


1 1 


Smyrna 


Kent 


Stanton 


New Castle 


Suinrait Bridge 




Townsead's Station " 1 


TunneU's Store 


Sussex 


Vevuon 


Kent 


"Willow (rrove 




Wilmington 


New Castle 


Dist. Co] 


i!!iiil)ia. 


Post Office. 


Coimty. 


Ooorgeto-a-u 


Washington 


O.ik tJrove 


Washington 


Teuiialljtown 


WashingtoL 


Un ion town 


\\'nshi njrton 


■Washington City Washington 


Florida 


Post Office. 


County . 


AiUunsvilie 


Sumter 


Al.itia 


Hillslu, rough 


Almirante 


Walton 


AneiUa 


fletlerson 


A]»a1acl»>cola 


Franklin 


Arelier 


Alaehuii 


AspaUiga 


Gadsden 


Atsena'Otie 


Levy 


Au.'iista 


Bentttn 


Auitinville 


Santa Rosa 


Bailey's Mill 


Leon 


Baldwin 


Duval 


BarlH.r'3 


Columbia 


Buy Port 


Hernando 


Beaselev 


Jefferson 


Belleville 


HamiUtin 


Benhaden 


Wakulla 


Benton 


Columbia 


Black Dirt 


Levy 


Blount's Ferry 


Columbia 


Bine Creek 


Liberty 


Bristol 


• ' 


Bronson 


Levy 


Blurt' Spring 


Escambia 


Callalians 


Nassau 


Camjihellton 


Jackson 


Camp Izard 


M irion 


Camp Yard 


jllarion 


Caue Brake 


Holmes 


Cedar Tree 


Hordando 


CeuterviUe 


Leon 


Cerro Gordo 


Holmes 


Chattahoochee 


Gadsden 


CIi' rrv Lake 


Madison 


China'HiU 


Gadsden 


Clav Landing 


Levy 


ClearWaterUartor Hillshoro' | 


Clifton 


Madison 


Col (imbns 


Columbia 


Concord 


Gadsden 


Cooi. Hill 


Santa Rosa 


Cork 


Hillsborough 


Corn Hill 




Cottage 


Marion 


Crystal River 


Hernando 


Doii^lassville 


Walton 


Dnrham 


Columbia 


Kast liiver 


Walton 


Econtina 


Washington 


Ei-ht Mile 


Walton 


Ellisville 


Columbia 


Enterprise 


Volusia 


Etoiiiah 


Putnam 


Favetteville 


Lafayette 


Fernindina 


Nassau - 


Finholloway 


JVIadison 


Flemingtou 


Marion 


Fort Uade 


Hernando 


Fort Gates 


Putnam 



POST OFFICES— DISTRICT OP COI.UMBU— FLORIDA- GEORGIA. 



Post Office. 



Countt/. 



Afadison 
Monroe 
Hillsborough 
Alachua 
Jackson 
Madison 
Orange 
Duval 
Leon 
Suwannee 
Columbia 
Columbia 
Brevard 
Marion 
Duval 
Leon 
Hamilton 

Monroe 

Nassau 
Walton 



Fort Hamilton 

Fort Jetierson 

Fort Jlead 

Gainesville 

(Treenwood 

Hamburg 

Ilawkinsville 

Hibernia 

Hodgson's Distillery 

Houston 

Huntsville 

Ichctueknee 

Indian River 

tola 

.lacksonvilla 

Jamonia 

Jasper 

Jennings 

Key West 

King's Ferry 

Knox Hill 

Lake Butler Court House 

New River 

Lake City Columbia 

Lake George Putnam 

Lake Griflin Marion 

Lake Harris Sumter 

Letshatchee Louuders 

Lewisville Nassau 

Little River Columbia 

Long Pond Licvy 

Long Swamp Marion 

ilelntosh Lafayette 

?tIcLellanville Santa Rosa 

Ml Queen Lafayette 

MaMison C H Madison 

JLignolia Mills Duval 
Alanatee Hillsborough 

itandariu Duval 

^lariana Jackson 

Jlavport Mills Duval 

Mellonville Marion 

Miami Dade 

Jiicanopy Alachua 

^liecosukee Leon 

Middleburg Duval 

]Midway Gadsden 

Millwood Jackson 

;\Iilton Santa Rosa 

^lonticello Jellersou 

Morrison's Mills Alachua 

:\Iosely Hall Madison 

Jlonnt Pleasant Gadsden 

Xew Boston Suwannee 

Newnansville Alachua 

Newport Wakulla 

N'ew River Columbia 

New Smyrna Orange 

Oakland' Orange 

Oeola Marion 

Ocean Pond New River 

Ochesee Calhoun 

Olnstee New Riv.r 

Orange Hill Washington 

Orange Lake Marion 

Orange Mills St Johns 

Orange Spring Orange 

Palan Clay 

Palestine Columbia 

Palmyra Sumter 

Pawtiixett Wakulla 

Peasacola Saiitaa 

Pieolata St Johns 

Pierceville Hernando 

Pilatka Putnam 

Ponce De Leon Holmes 

Proyidence Columbia 

tjoiucy Gadsden 
Kiekoe's Bluff 

St. Andrew'sBay Washington 

St. Austiue St. Jiihns 

St. Helena Columbia 

St. JIark's Wakalla 
Sanderson Station New liiv 
Saidv Ford 



P 

S ;>esville 
Shell Point 
.Silver Spring 
Sopchoppy 
Spring Grove 
Starke 
Su.;ar Grove 
umterville 
Suwannee Shoals 
Tallahassee 
Tampa 
Tocoi 

Trail Kidge 
T.istcnuggee 
I'ehce Anna 
A'olusia 



Jefferson 

Vol.i.-ia 

Le\ y 

Wakulla 

Marion 

■Wakulla 

Su w:tnnee 

New River 

Alachua 

.Suuiter 

Columbia 

Leon 

Hillsborough 

St. Johns 

Clay 

Columbia 

Walton 

Volusia 



Post Office. 

Vernon 

Wacahootie 

Waldo 

Wardville 

Warrington 

VVater Oak 

Waukeenuh 

Wekeira 

Welaka 

\Vhite Springs 

Yellow Bluff 



County. 

Washington 
Marion 
Alacliua 
"Valton 
Kscambiu { 
M iiscogee , 
Jefferson ' 
Levy I 
Putnam 
Uaniiltun 
Duval 



lieorjiia. 



Post Offi.ce. 

Abbeville 
Aeworth 
Adairsville 
.^dams 
.Air Line 
Albany 
Alexander 
Allendale 
Allatoonu 
Allen's 
Alpharetta 
Alpine 
AmandaviUe 
Amerieus 
A m i 

Amicalola 
.Ammy's Creek 
Anderson 
Andersonvillo 
Anthony Shoals 
Antiocli 
Appling 
A jailla 
Arabia 
A rgo 

Armuehee 
Asbury 
.■Vihens 
Atlanta 
Attapulgus 
\ubtirn 
Augusta 
Auraria 
Ava 

B.iley's Mills 
I'.ai abridge 
Bairdstown 
Hald .■Spring 
U.ill tiround 
Haraesville 
H.irrettsville 
Barker's Store 
Mascom 
'Jatesville 
iear Creek 
beard's Creek 
Uelair 
Belle view 
liclton 
Benovoltnce 
lingal 
lierksliire 
!'>■ rshelia 
i!^r/,elia 
Basliu 
Bctliel 
Betnlohem 
Bg Creek 
Big Snaatce 
Biu 

i;lak Creek 
'ilaeU Shear 
Black Spring 
:l.:den Creek 
r.lairsville 
i.hik.ly 
'tloomtield 
Hlountsville 
il owing Cave 
Blue Creek 
Blue Ridge 
Bluff' Spring 
Boggess 
Bold Spring 
Boltunville 
Boston 
Bottsford 
Bowdon 
Bowcnsvillo 
Bowersville 
Box Spring 
Bo.\villo 



County. 

Wilco.i 

Cubb 

Cass 

Irwin 

Hart 

Baker 

Burke 

Habersham 

Cass 

Richmond 

Milton 

Chatooga 

Elbert 

Sumpter 

Forsytli 

Lum|ikin 

Il.Lbersliam 

Whitlield 

Sumter 

Elbert 

Troup 

ColumI ill 

Franklin 

Thomas 

Hall 

Floyd 

Troiip 

Clark 

FuWon 

Decatur 

Gwinnett 

Richmond 

Lumpkin 

Lowndes 

Goroon 

Decatur ! 

Oglethorpe 

Franklin 

Cherokee 

Pike 

Lumpkin 

Floyd 

Striven 

Ilabersliani 

Henry 

Liberty 

Richmond 

Talbot 

Franklin 

Randolph 

Hallock 

Gwinnett 

Henr_\ 

C.dumbia 

Bunks 

(ilynn 

Forsyth 

Cobb 
Hart 

Seriven 

Pierce 

Bald win 

Stewart 

I' n ion 

Karl y 

Worili 

Joile, 

Deea- 
HabersL 

ISih.. 

T.il t 

Cam pi 

Fraii'.l 

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Siinr 

Oarr 

Franklin 

TallM.l 

Moatsomerv 



Poit Of ex. 

Brandon 

Brass town 

Brick Store 

Btooksville 

Broad River 

Brown's 

Brown's Bridgt 

Brownsville 

Brushy Branch 

Brunswi. k 

liuchunan 

Buck Creek 

Buck Eve 

Buck Ifiad 

Bueua Vi6ca 

Buflalo 

Bufurd 

Bull Creek 

Busbvville 

BuilJr 

Byrd'B MilU 

Byromville 

B^ rou 

Cains 

Cairo 

Calhoun 

Camillu 

Canipbelltoa 

Cane Creek 

Cunouebce 

Canton 

CarJeville 

Caniesvillii 

Currulltun 

Cartersville 

Carticay 

Cassandra 

Cassviliti 

Catawba 

Catooso 

Catoosa Spring 

Cave Spring 

Cedar Braii«h 

Cedar Creek 

Cedar tirove 

Cedar Spria^ 

Cedartuwn 

Center 

Center Valley 

Center Villa,io 

Central Point 



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ChalvbeaieSpring* Men*' ib»r 
ChaiHl Hill Ci'Ml-ll 

Chancevillc ('»rr' 11 

Cha.-evillc Jimmy 

Chatt.iogavillo Clu'.!-)^ 

Chcehero lial u» 

Cherokee MilU C'l. ro)i»i 

Chennba Terrell 

Cherry Grove 0» .. \ 

Chestnut Flat ^* ■'•■•r 

Cbentnut Gap G . ;.. r 

Chestnut Mouutaiu 11*11 

Chiekasawbftlcbee Lr* 

Chinkapin Grovo (imm ell 
Choestoc I n.->o 

Clinrth Hill >U' »■ 

Clark^rilla IUI> ^■^aB 

Clay Hill Liui •!■ 

Clayton It -i <b 

Clu'yvillo f 

Clinton 
Clyatt,! ill* 
Coal M iiiniain 
Cohultah Springl 
Colapareheu 
Cold Water 
Oolruian'i Depot 
Cul'iiilit 
Columbus 
Columbia Min* 
Concord 
Con venient 
Conver» 

Cnok'n Law OBico 
Cool Spnux 
Coona 

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POST OFFICES — GEORGIA. 



p..»< ogicf.. 

Cross -eys 

Cro.sville 

Culloden 

Ct.lverton 

Cuniniing 

Currolioe 

C .ri-v's Mills 

C iiti-ight 

Oiissi'tta 

C .tlibert 

Cut Off 

Da 111 Onega 

Dallas 

D.I I tun 

Damascus 

Danliurg 

Duniilsvillo 

Danville 

Dur: n 

D.irk Corner 

D.ivisliorough 

D.ivis Creek 

Dawson 

DawsonTiUo 

Decatur 

Delhi 

Dennis 

Deerland 

De Soto 

Dirt Town 

Dt)rtiir Town 

DouVile Branches 

Dmilili' Hridges 

Double Wells 

Douglass 

Dover 

Draketown 

Drayton 

Dry Forks 

Drv Lake 

Dry Pond 

Dn;ine Street 

D iMin 

Duck Creek 

Duncanville 

Dvkes' Store 

Ell lie Cliff 

Eagle Grove 

East Point 

E I ton ton 

Elonezer 

tdvn 

E lenlield 

Erypt 

Elbertou 

Elenor 

EUaville 

ElUrslie 

E'.l jay 

Empire Mills 

Enon Grove 

Erastus 

Erin 

Esom mU 

Etna 

Etowa 

Eo banks 

Euharley • 

Ev. rett's Spring 

Faceville 

Kairburn 

a-rrn'oint 

air Play 
p.iirview 
Fancy Hill 
F^irmer's Academy 
Farmersville 
Karmington 
F-iyettv'ille 
F'"nn's Bridge 
Fi^ronia 
Fillmore 
F'sh Dam 
p'ut Pond 
F at Rock 
|S";at Shoals 
Flint Hill 

Flint River Factory 
(Flintsville 
ploronce 
t'loyd Springs 
Ford's Store 
Forsyth 
FortHuffingtoa 
Fort Gaines 
Fort Ijamar 
Fort Vallc'v 
Foster's M'ills 
Fra'--olctta 
Fr:inkliu 
Franklin Springs 
t' red erica 



Cou ly. 

De Kalb 

Lu"i| kin 

M iiiioe 

Hanco k 

Fursytl 

Habersham 

AVasliingtoii 

Greeii^ 

Chattahoochee 

Randolph 

Walton 

Lumpk'n 

Paulding 

Wliitticli' 

Karl ' 

Wilkc- 

Madisoi 

Sumtei 

Mclutosi 

Cami.T..]! 

Washington 

Forsvtl- 

Terrel 

Daws, n 

De Kalb 

Wilkes 

Pntunm 

Wort). 

Paulding 

Chattooga 

Wa}ne 

Lincoln 

r psoii 

Warreo 

Coftee 

Terrell 

Pauldinir 

Dooly 

Oglethorpe 

Thomas 

Jackson 

Habersham 

Laurens 

Walker 

Thomas 

Flovil 

W .Iker 

Elbert 

Fulton 

Putnam 

Morgan 

Efliu'i'iani 

Irwin 

Effingham 

L-ll't-rt 

Bill 

Sehk-y 

Harrv 

(rilmei 

Campbell 

Heard 

Franklin 

Meriwethei 

Polk 

Paulding 

Cass 

Columbia 

Cas^ 

Floyd 

Decatur 

Campbell 

Gordon 

Morgan 

Franklin 

Murray 

JIacou 

Chattoaira 

Cla ice 

Fayette 

Jefferson 

Coffee 

Whitfield 

■ Elbert 

Lee 

Henry 

Meriwether 

Carrol 1 

L^pson 

Franklin 

Stewart 

Floyd 

Franklin 

Monroe 

Cherokee 

Clay 

Madison 

Houston 

Cherokee 

JIarion 

Heard 

Franklin 

Glynn 



Post Office. 



Free Bridge 
Freemansville 
Friendship 
Frick's Gap 
Fryer's Pond 
Fulton 
Furlow's 
Gaddistown 
Gainesville 
Gartrell 
Gatesville 
(Jay ton 
Geneva 
(Jeorgetown 
(Jeorgian 
Glientsville 
Gibson 
Gillans 
Gillsville 
;irard 
lasgow 
G."nalta 
Gl un Grove ' 
Glenmore 
G. od Hope 
Goodman's '^ Roads 
Goodson 
Geodw 11 
Gordon 
Goshen 
Grangersville 
GrantviUe 
Gravsville 
Green Hill 
Greenbush 
Green Cut 
Greenfield 
Greensborough 
Greenville 
Grestville 
(Jrifliu's Mills 
Griffin 

Griswoldville 
Grooverville 
Grove 

Grove Level 
Gum Creek 
Gum Pond 
Guyton 
Hahira 
Hnlcyondale 
Halloca 
11 am burg 
Hamilton 
Hannahatohie 
Haralson 
Harmonr GroTe 
Harris' Mills 
Hart well 
Hassler's Mills 
Hawkinsville 
Haywood 
Hayneville 
Head ofTennessee 
Hearnville 
Hebron 
Henderson 
Herndon 
Hiawassee 
Hickory Flat 
Hickory Grove 
Hickorv Level 
High Point 
High Shoals 
High Tower 
Hillsborough 
Hinesville 
Ilobbie 
Hogansville 
Hog Mountain 
Holconibe 
lioliiugsworth 
Holly Creek 
Homer 
Homersville 
Holmesville 
Hopeful 
Hot House 
House Creek 
Houston 

Houston Factory 
Howard 
Huntsville 
Ida 

Indian Springs 
Irbysville 
trwin's i/1 Roads 
Irwinsville 
Irwinton 
Isabella 
Island Creek 
Ivy Log 



County, 

Gordon 
Milton 
Stew an 
'.Walkei 
Burke 
Cobb 
CaltiO n 
Union 
Hall 
Campbell 
Early 
Effiiithnn 
Talbol 
Quitman 
Franklin 
Henr_\ 
Glasscock 
>Doughert\ 
Hail 
Burke 
Thomas 
Marion 
Favetti 
Ware 
Walton 
Harris 
Spaldin-j 
Franklin 
Wilkinson 
Lincoln 
Macon 
Coweta 
Catoosa 
Stewart 
Walker 
Burke 
Colquiti 
Greene 
Meriwether 
Liberty 
Lowndes 
Spauldinv 
Jones 
Brooks 
Elbert 
Franklin 
Dooly 
Mitchell 
Effingham 
Lowndes 
Scriven 
Chattahoocliee 
Alacon 
Harris 
Stewart 
Coweta 
Jaeksi'n 
Dawson 
Hart 
Murra\ 
Pulaski 
Washington 
Houston 
Rabun 
Putnam 
Washington 
Houston 
Burke 
Town- 
Cherokee 
Crawford 
Carroll 
Walker 
Morgan 
Forsyth 
Jasper 
Liberty 
Dade 
Troup 
Hall 
Burk 
Habersham 
Murray 
Banks 
Clinch 
Appling 
Burke 
Fannin 
Irwin 
Heard 
Houston 
Taylor 
Paulding 
Ureene 
Rutts 
Fulton 
^Vashiugton 
Irwin 
Wilkinson 
Worth 
Hancock 
L'nion 



Post Office. 

Jackson 

Jacksonville 

Jamestown 

Jasper 

Jateel 

Jel erson 

Jeflersonton 

.letlirsonville 

Johnson's Station 

Johnstonville 

Jonesborough 

Jones' Mills 

Jubilee 

Juno 

Kedron 

Kina 

Kingston 

Kiokee 

Knoxville 

La layette 

La Grange 

Lanier 

Laurel Hill 

Lauren's Hill 

Lawrenceville 

Lawson 

Lav ton 

Leakesville 

Leathersville 

Leo 

Lester's District 

Lexington 

Liberty Hill 

L'me Sink 

Liucolntoa 

Linton 

Lin \^ ood 

Little Prairie 

Little River 

Little York 

Locust Grove 

Lodi 

Loganville 

Lombardy 

Long Branch 

Long Cane 

Long Street 

Looitout Station 

Lost Mountain 

Loudsville 

Louisville 

Lovejoy's Station 

Lumter City 

Lumpkin 

Luthersville 

Lvthonia 

jfcBeen Depot 

McDonough 

McElveensville 

McGuire's Store 

Mclntire 

Mcintosh 

McRae's Store 

Macon 

JIadison 

Madison Springs 

Magnolia 

Mailorj'sville 

JIarble Works 

Marcus 

Marietta 

JIarion 

Marshallsville 

Matlock 

Maxey 

Mayfield 

Mechanicsville 

Melville 

Middle Ground 

Middle Ridge 

Middle River 

Midville 

Mil ford 

Millard 

Mill Creek 

Milledgeville 

Millen 

Mill Grove 

Mill Haven 

Mill Rav 

.Mill Stone 

Mill Town 

Millwood 

.Milner 

Milton 

Mineral Bluff 

Mill ton 

Missiouarv Station 

.Mobley P6nd 

Moccasin 

Monroe 

Montevideo 



County. 

Butts 

Telfair 

Muscogee 

Pickens 

Meriwether 

Jackson 

Camden 

Twiggs 

Mcintosh 

Monroe 

Fayette 

Meriwether 

Warren 

Lumpkin 

Coweta 

Chattahoochee 

Cass 

Columbia 

Crawford 

Walker 

Troup 

Macon 

Carroll 

Laurens 

Gwinnett 

Wilcox 

Clinch 

Jasper 

Lincoln 

White 

Burke 

Oglethorpe 

Pike 

Decatur 

Lincoln 

Hancock 

Randolph 

Cass 

Cherokee 

Montgomery 

Henry 

Coweta 

Walton 

Columbia 

Tatuall 

Troup 

Pulaski 

Dade 

Cobb 

Habersham 

Jefferson 

Clavton 

Telfair 

Stewart 

Meriwether 

DeKalb 

Richmond 

Henrv 

Baker 

Floyd 

Wilkinson 

Libertv 

Telfair 

Bibb 

Slorgan 

Madison 

Clinch 

Wilkes 

Pickens 

Jackson 

Cobb 

Twiggs 

Macon 

Tatnall 

Oglethorpe 

Warren 

Jaspei 

Chattooga 

Scriven 

Newton 

Franklin 

Burke 

Baker 

Stewart 

Union 

Baldwin 

Bnrke 

Cobb 

Scriven 

Bullock 

Oglethorpe 

Berrien 

Dooly 

Pike 

Wilkinson 

Fannin 

Irwin 

Floyd 

Scriven 

Rabun 

Walton 

Hart 



Post Office. 

Montezuma 

Jlorgan 

Morganton C. H. 

Morris Station 

Morven 

Mosely's Store 

Moultrie 

Mountain Hill 

Mountain Scene 

Mountain Town 

Mount Carmel 

Mount Eolia 

Mount Hickory 

Mount Pleasant 

Mount Vernon 

Mountville 

Mount Yonah 

Mount Zion 

AIul berry 

Mulberry Grove 

Nacoochee 

Nail's Creek 

Nankin 

Naomi 

Nashville 

Nay lor 

Neiiraska 

Nelson 

New Agency 

Newborn 

New Bridge 

New Manchester 

New Market 

Newnan 

Newsville 

Newton 

Newton Factory 

Newtown 

Nochway 

Noonday 

Oak Bower 

Oak Grove 

Oak Hill 

Oakland 

Oak Ridge 

Ocmulgeeville 

Oconee 

Octavia 

Odehodkee 

Ogeechec 

Oglethorpe 

Okapilco 

O'Neal's Mills; 

'Oothculoga 

Ophir 

Orange 

Owen's Ferry 

Oxford 

Pachitta 

Palmetto 

Palo Alto 

Palos 

Paoli 

Pardues 

Paris 

Parker's Store 

Patterson 

Peaks 

Penfield 

Perry 

Perry's Mills 

Phi Delta 

Philomath 

Pierceville 

Pinckneyville 

Pine Log 

Pine Mountain 

Pineville 

Piscola 

Plains of Dura 

Pleasant Hill 

Pleasant Retreat 

Poindexter 

Point Peter 

Polksville 

Pomaria 

Pond Fork 

Pond Spring 

Pope Hill 

Poplar Springs 

Poverty Hill 

Powder .Springs 

Poweltou 

Powers 

Powersville 

Prattsburg 

Preston 

Prince Edward 

Proctor's Store 

Providence 

Pryor 

Pumpkin Pile 



Covnry, 

M aeon 

Calhoun 

Fannin 

Quitman 

Brooks 

Franklin 

Colquitt 

Harris 

To wns 

Gilmer 

Henry 

Towns 

Chattooga 

Glynn 

Montgomery 

Troup 

Habersham 

Hancock 

Jaekson 

Harris 

Habersham 

Franklin 

P.rooks 

Walker 

Berrien 

Lowndes 

Columbia 

Cobb 

Taylor 

Newton 

Lumpkin 

Campbell 

Monroe 

Coweta 

Haralson 

_ Bakei 

Newto 

Cobb 

Randolph 

Cobli 

Harl 

Fulton 

NewtOE 

Hall 

Meriwethe 

Coffee 

Washingtor 

Eiirly; 

Randolph 

Scriven 

MaeoD 

Lowndee 

Trouf 

Casa 

CherokO' 



Canidei ' 
Newton 
CalhouiL 
Coweta 
Jaspei 
Gwinnett 
BladisoE 'I 
Houston 
Cowets 
Fr.anklin 
Pierce 
Henry ■■ 
Greene 
Houston 
Tatnall 
Franklin- 
Oglethorpe 
Gilmet 
Gwinnett 
Cass Is 
Rabun ta 
MarioE >' 
Lowndes : 
Sumtei ': 
Talbot s 
Lumpkin v 
Schley '. 
Ojlethorpe t 
Hall r. 
Clay t 
Jackson i 
Walkei i 
Jeffersoi «• 
Hall f 
Jones f 
Cohh !;• 
Hancock i 
Terrell f 
Houston ': 
Talbot ■• 
Webstei t 
Gi 1 mei i 
Monroe > 
Sumter ; 
Bakei i 
Polk ,. 



POST OFFICES — ILLINOIS. 



Poa Office. 
Puiiipkin Vine 
iMciiiau 



Cuunty. 



Post 0/lic 



Couuiy. 



fust OJjice. 



urd's Mills 
iv;i \ s\ ille 
Rin .own 

I'.ird 

Hhiff 

I5ud 

Clay 

Oak 

Iv Creek 

."l oth 

sville 
Kiiiwick 
Rei i)se 
Rt-l'ulilican 
aa 
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i'i>rough 
'laud 



mond Factorv Richniu 



Rii>.'.K.sville 
R!ii-i;old 
Ri.. ' 

Ri. :ng Fawn 
Ri\ iTtowu 
Ko. kalo 
Re. k bridge 
Reck Spring 
Rcn'ky Slount 
Rorkv Plains 
Rclliii 
Ronie 
Ro<c Hill 
Ru-sville 
Ro well 
Roi iK-rwood 
Ruiigli and Ready 
I lukervillc 
Rural Vale 
Ruoliville 
Kuf-. Uville 
R> ;c.iffe 
Sa 1. 1 Cloud 
Sa lit Wary '3 
SaiT.ild 

Sul 111 

Sal' Ho 
Sal, Spring 
Sal . u 
Sal .1.1 Farm 
Sai;il..rsville 
Sou.: Mill 
5anJy Ridge 
Sai'i'ingtou 
Saiilis 

Saiit', Liicali 
Saiimlerstown 
Savannah 
Sav. Dust 

SaM iiey's Mountain 
Scarboro' 
icieueeville 
Sev.vcn 
Scull Shoals 
seven Islands 
Seward 
Shady Dale 
jhar.ju 
Sharp 
Sh:.r|) Top 
Sheffield 
ihiltouville 
hoal Creek 
kitt's Mountain 
mithville 
n;: i'piug Shoals 
need 

now Hill 
iooial Circle 
oda Town 
of key 
onora 

outh Ne-H-port 
part a 

pier's Turnou 
priug 

pring Creek 
priugfii-ld 
priug PJacft 
tanfordvi^le 
tark 

tarkville 
tarrsville 
tate Line 
tatenville 
tatesi'orough 
team Factory 
team Mill 
fcevens 



Panldinft Stephensville 
Sumter I Sterling 
Brooks I Stilesborough 
Talhoi ISt'.ckhridge 
Lownocs I Stock Hill 
Columbia Stockton 
Taliaferro I Sione Mountain 
D: UaslSiithville 
Coflee ! Siibligno 
Gordon '■ Sii^;ar Creek 
Whittielc I .,i£ar Hill 

FayetiL | > ..:ar Valley 
Jefler.'Joii -.n.^'uee 
Wilke,^ "^'.ilihur Springs 
Tainull .S.iuimervale 
Let Snmmerville 
Haralson .>iimterviHe 
Warren S.iwauee 
Gordon S.iwanoochee 
Tayloi --wainsboro' 
Libert\ Sweet Water 
Stew an ■>> Ivania 

Tail's Creek 
Washington 'falbottom 

Catoosa Talking Rock 
Coweta T;i|lapoosa 
D.ul. T..IIokas 
Campbell T.n^ 

Heare I Image 
Gwinneti Tanville 
Walkei Traversville 
Meriwetliei Taylor's Creek 
Newton Tazewell 
Fannin T. beanville 
Floy T.loga Springs 
Ili.ioi. Temperance 
Walkei 'f. nnille 
Colli I he Koek 
Carriilt Thomaston 
Fayetti Ti.omasville 
Elberi Tlionipson 
Whitfieli. Ti-Ti 
Appling Ti.er 
Monroe Tilton 
Moi'caii Tired Creek 

He. in' Tompkinsville 

Camden I oembsborough 

Earl\ Town Creek 

Clark Track Rock 

AVayn- Tiailer's Hill 

Camplnll Trenton 

Coweta Tr on Factory 
Dade Troup Factory 
Washington 'lioupville 
Carrol! Troy 
Henrv Tunnel Hill 
St. LoU'"s Turin 

Burke Twiggsville 
Gilmer Union Mills 
Pickens I'nion Point 
Chatham Unionville 
Columbia UpperKiuc 
For.'sytb Upatole 
Sc riven Utoy 
Stewart V'aldosta 
Appling Valley Store 
Greene Vaun's Valley 
Butts Van Wert 
Montgomer\ Vanzandt's Store 
'Jasper Varnell' tStation 
Taliaferro Vernon 

Bibb Vickery's Creek 
Cherokee \'ienna 
Nesvtoii Villanow 
Forsvth \'illa Rica 
Hall Walesca 
" Wallace 
Lumpkin Walnut Grove 
Newton Walnut Hill 

Lee Walthourville 
Catoosa Walton's Ford 
AValton Waresborough 

Taylor War Hill 
Decat ir Warm Springs 
Gordon Warnerville 
Mcintosh Warrenton 
Hancock Warsaw 
Jefferson Warthen's Store 
Henry Warwick 
Earlv War Women 
Effinghain Washington 
IMurray Watkinsville 
Putnam Waverly Hall 
Butts Waynesboro' 
Lee Waynesville 
Newton ''Vav's Station 
Heard Webb's Creek 
Echols Webster Place 
Bullock W-llborn's Mills 
Muscogee Well's .Alills 
Decatur I Weston 
Oglethorpe ' West Point 



Wilkinson Whaley 's Mills 
Montgomery 1 White House 
Cass White Oak 
Henry White Path 
Union White Plains 



Clinch White Sulphur Springs 



Comiti/ . 

Terrell 

Ileury 

Columbia 

Oilmei 

Gretue 



De Kail 

Fayeti, 

CI attooga 

Tel lair 

Hall 

Goriioii 

Haversbani 

Hall 

Klbert 

Chattooga 

Lee 

Gwiniutt 

Cl.nei, 

Emni.imi 



White Water 

\\ liitesville 

U hitney 

V'. illow Grove 

i\'iruberley 

V. .uchester 

Windsor 

Winheld 

! .. isdom's Store 
[ W uodbnry 
I Vi iiiidlawn 
' U ood's Station 
j W ooitstock 



G\vinnetl i l\'iiodville 



Seriveu 

Gilmer 

Talbot 

Pickens 

Carroll 

Lowmies 

Dawsuu 

Bald w i n 

Warren 

Twigss 

Liberty 

Marion 

Ware 

Chattooga 

Telfair 

Washington 

Upson 



\\'ooley 's Ford 
Worthville 
Wrightsboro' 
iVrightsville C. 
A'arliorough 
Aello\v Creek 
^ ellow River 
V el low Stone 
Voniig Cane 
/.I billon 



H. 



Meriwetlii r 
Fu\elte 
Harii- 
Cull.ouii 
Coiie'..! 
CmioI! 
M..I on 

Uallon 

Colini.l i;i 

Harris 

Meriweil er 

Mm r;.\ 

Cai..o,;i 

Clu-ii.k 
Gri.i 
Hall 
B.ilts 
Coin ml 
Johnson 

I'"' . 

Lumpkin 

Gwinnett 

Polk 

Union 

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I'oxt Office. 



Thomas 

CoUimbi;! 

Gol'initt 

Rabun 

Whitfiel. 

Decatui 

Carroll 

Wilkinson 

G'lmei 

Union 

Charlton 

Hade 

ChattooL'a 

Tronp 

Low tides 

Cherokee 

AVhithehl 

Coweta 

Twiggs 

Heani 

Greene 

Monroe 

sBridge Whitfield 

Muscoiiee i Aiulover 
DeKalbj -Anna 
Lowndes i .-Uinapolis 
ChatiooL'al .-\iinawan 
Floydi Aiitioch 
Polk i .Appanoose 
Fannin 
Whitfield 
Troop 
Forsyth 
Dool V 
Walker 
Carroll 
Cheroke. 
Jone^ 
Walton 
Franklin 
Lib.-rty 
Habersham 
Ware 
Hall 
Meriwether 



Abingdon 

Adams 

Addison 

-Adeline 

AiiiSHorth Station 

^\kin 

A'r run 

-Albany 

.A Ibion 

Alden 

Aledo 

-Alexander 

Algonquin 

-A i liambra 

-Allen's Springs 

Alma 

-A I :on 

-Al im Rock 
.A ui boy 
-Aniity 
Aneona 
Andalusia 



Couuiy . 

Kno^ 

Ailams 

Du Pa.-e 

Ogle 

Cook 

Frank I n 

Peoria 

Whitesiiles 

Edwards 

MeHeiirv 

Jleleer 

Xloryaii 

AlcIIeliry 

Muilison 

P.ipe 

Marion 

Madison 

La Salle 

L.e 

Livingston 

Rock Island 
Heurv 



Pout Office. 

Aycr'8 Point 

Habcock's Grovo 

Kuoen Badea 

riaileyville 

Bainbridf-e 

Uttldwinville 

HankiluD 

Rardolpb 

Barclay 

Barrcvillr 

Barringtun Ststion 

Burr's Slure 

Barry 

Buscu 

Batnvia 

BaU'S 

Bath 

Baytield 

Beardstown 

Beaver Creek 

Beaver Giove 

Beaverton 

BeuverviHe 

Beck's Creek 

Bedford 

BedfurdTilU 

Bel den 

Bell Air 

Bell Plain 

Belle Prairie 

Belleville 

Bellview 

Belvidera 

Bement 

Bently Station 

Beutou 

Berlin 

llernadotte 

Berry ton 

lierwiek 

Belhiilto 

B.lhel 

Beulah 

Beverly 

Bible Grove Station 

K\ii Fuoi Prairie 

Bigir«ville 

Big Muddy 

B;g Neck 

Big Prairie 

Big Rock 

Big Rush Crock 

Blv SjiriiiR 

Big \\ ooiln 

Birinin'.'tiam 

Bishop Hill 

BlacklHrrv 

Blacklerrv Sl»lio» 

Bluek Wal'uut 

Blair 

Blainville 

Blundin.'ivillc 

Blivcn'sMill 



Coa»lf. 

WuhiDirioa 
Du P»«e 

i*uo4 

WiUiiu.M>a 
K.).-.r 

McD.u. (h 

''fSU 

McH.ury 

Cook 

Utcx.i.ia 

Pik* 

Ilaoock 

Kam* 

8*n •oiua 

M-MB 
Pop* 

Can 

Ir'j I uii 

BuUft* 

Ir»i>iaU 

bh.lbt 

Pik* 

IlrBi'irMB 
McllrBI7 

CrKoiord 
Mir.bkll 
lUmiltoB 

8l. Cliir 

C:ll..un 

It-- ue 

r .11 

Hi k 

Krai'iitiu 

SancBBiOB 

FultOB 

CaM 
Warrra 

WallWB 

M<.r.-» 
DiKalb 

AiliiBtl 

CUy 
Mcll.nry 

Ileberiwa 

Krii'^-lla 

A-Um> 

I..^IB 

K »a« 

Jo I'.il r»« 

,>l Ity 

Du l'>K« 

Bcbotltr 

ll.arjr 

KaM 



DcU 



I iiioni Blood's Point 



Warren 

Forsyth 

Washington 

Worth 

Rihun 

Wilkes 

Clark 

Harris 

Burke 

Wayne 

Bryan 

Franklin 

Klbert 

Houston 

Lowndes 

Webster 



.Apple Creek 

.Aiiple Hive.t 

Arcadia 

Areola 

.Areiizville 

A rgo 

A ' lington 

A nneiiian 

A • mington 

Armstrong 

Afoina 

Anbury 

.Ash (rrove 

Aslikiim 

Ashland 

Ashley 

A-shmoro 

.Ash RidjfO 

.AsiumptloD 

Astoria 

.Athens 

AtlieiisviUo 

.Atkinson 

Atlanta 

Atlas 

Attilla 

;\iib«rn 

Audubon 

Aui'iista 

, iirora 

Ava 

.Avery 

Avistoa 



Craw'ord 

Henry 

Lake 

llancoek 

Greene 

Jo I)aTies^ 

Morgan 

Coles 

Cass 

Carroll 

Bureau 

Cirroll 

Tazew. II 

W a basil 

Kankakee 

La Salle 



BloomftelJ 
Itlooniingdalo 
BloomiaictoD 
BliMimvillu 
BliKini 
Blue GraM 
Blue Mand 
Blue )loiiDd 
Bliii) Town 
Blueville 
Blufl Dale 
Bliiff Spriug.i 

' Bliiflvillu 

! Bolton 

I Bond's Point 
Bon Vai 



Troup! .\vun 



Irui|uuis Bonus 

Bonwvll 
Ca-is ' Book 
WashinjtonI Boot 

Cobs lloiirlion 
Miwvsac ItoiirbonnBiK Orore 
Christian Boweosburch 
Fulton Itowlinic <rrecn 
Jleiiard Boyntun 
Greene Bracovillo 
Henri Bradford 
Lo;:.in Bradley 
P.ke Breckinridge 
Williamson Br<'e«o 

Sangamon Br.'inen 
Montzumery Brickton 
llaneoe'kl Bridceport 

Kuiiej Briisliton 
Jackson I r.rimheld 
Jo Davi-Mi Bristol 

Clinton 1 Uri'itol St.ilion 
FuUuu \ Uruad U&ki 



il. Ii ^r.T 
D KU^ 
K.u-mr 
Do P««« 

K*i>li>k«* 

• "k 

Vcrui'llott 

(••«k 

M> oa 

T»»e»«U 

Cbriiitao 

(}rr<a* 

C^rr.n 

Willi>ui".n 

Chritliao 

KlrhUad 

lU'B* 

KJ(*r 
Pop* 



II .10' k 

K»v»il» 

T»iew»H 

U raid* 

Stark 

Jark*<>B 

I' pa 

itrfvao 

Ranl-ilph 

Ckik 

La»r«nc« 

SI*r.ol|>lB 

Pvorla 
KemUll 

P«»* 



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POST CFFICES — ILLINOIS. 



Post Office. 



County. 



Brooklyn 
}Jrook ville 
llrtnviiing 
II nice 
JSriiiiswick 
»ru8li Crick 
Urnsliy Fork 

Ili'VllIlt 

K.iik 

B ick Ifart 

Itiic'k IIoi'ii 

liiiiia 

Hiicnna Vista 

null;ilo 

Hiilfalo Prairie 

11,1 'nril 

H ilklcv 

BankiT riill 

H.ireaii Junctioa 

Btirkeville 

B irlingtQu 

H iriis 

B iriisville 

Burnt Prairie 

Barritt 

Biirtdu 

B,i3t.n«ll 

B.itler 

Byron 

C.iiro 

(l.iledimia 

<!;iledoiiia Station 

Oalhuuii 

Calumet 

Oiiniar/o 

•/'.iisiliridge 

Oaindou 

O.uiuleu Mills 

O.iniuron 

OamiibuU 

O.inip Grove 

0.imp Point 

O.mcou 

Oape Ann's Kock 

Oartion Clitt' 

<JarlionilalL' 

Cary Station 

Oarfinvillo 

Oarlyle 

Carneut Prairie 

<^arnii 

Cirpentersville 

C.irthage 

Carter 

Ciaey 

Caseyville 

0as3 

CaUin 

Cave 

Oave in Rook 

Cavn^'a 

Cedar Blnff 

C'Ulral City 

CfUtralia 

0;uter Point 

Center Ridge 

Centre 

Ccrro Gordo 

Ciiamberjburg 

Ciiampaii^n 

Cliandlerville 

Cliannahon 

Chai'in 

Cliarlustou 

C flat ham 

Chitsworth 

Cha lan 

Chel)anse 

CiieUea 

Chemung 

Cneney's Grovo 

Cheiioa 

Cherrj.' (J rove 

Ohurry Point City 

Chester 

Chesterfield 

Chicago 

Chili 

Cliillicothe 

C.rcleville 

CI irion 

Clark Center 

Clay City 

Clayton 

Clear Creek 

Clear Creek Landing Alexander 

CL-rmont Riehland 

Clifton Iro'iuois 

Clintim De Witt 

Clintunvillo Kane 

Clyde Whitesidei 

Coal V'alloy Koeli Island 



Schnvler 

Ogle 

Schuyler 

JUDonoiigli 

Peoria 

Wavne 

Ci"ile> 

Filllon 

Haniiltun 

Christian 

Brown 

Bureau 

Stephenson 

Gallatin 

Rook Island 

M:inoupin 

Iroquois 

Maeuupin 

B'ireau 

Alouroe 

ICane 

Ilenrv 

SfcDon.iuch 

White 

Winnebago 

Adams 

MeDunough 

Montgomery 

Ogle 

Alexander 

Pulaski 

Hoonc 

Richland 

Cook 

Coles 

Henry 

Schuyler 

Rock Island 

Warren 

Coles 

S.tark 

Adams 

Fulton 

Cilb.Min 

Rock Island 

Jackson 

MeHenry 

Jlaconpiu 

CI in ton 

Perry 

White 

Kane 

Hancock 

Saniranion 

Clark 

St. Clair 

Du Page 

Vermillion 

Franklin 

Hardin 

Livingston 

Johnson 

Marion 

KnOA 

Mercer 

Slaughter 

Piatt 

Pike 

Champaign 

Cass 

Will 

Mort'an 

Coles 

Sangamon 

Livingston 

Adams 

Iroquois 

Will 

McIIenry 

McLean 

Carroll 

^ Kdgar 

Randolph 

Slacoupiu 

Cook 

Hancock 

Peoria 

Tazewell 

Bureau 

Claik 

Clay 

Adam's 



Post Office. 



Coataburg 

(V)bli 

Colchester 

Cold Spring 

(,'iillins' Station 

Collinsville 

Col mar 

Colona Station 

Columbia 

Columbus 

C.mo 

Concord 

Con key's Store 

Conlogue 

Constantinople 

Coo)>ersto«n 

Copenhagen 

Coiiperas Creek 

(Jopper Creek 

Coral 

Coruova 

Corinth 

Cornville 

Cottage Grovo 

Cottage liiil 

Cotion Hill 

Cottonwood 

Cottonwood Grove 

Coultersvillo 

Council Hill 

Council Hill Station 

Court laud Station 

Courtright Mills 

Crab Orchard 

Crawford 

Crescent City 

Crete 

Crittenden 

Cross Roads 

Crotty 

Crow Meadows 

Crugcr 

Crystal Lake 

Cal.a 

(-'urr.in 

Cypress Creek 

Dakota 

Dallas City 

DamainviUe 

Damascus 

Dan by 

Dan forth 

Danvers 

')auvi!le 

Darien 

Darmstadt 

Darwin 

Davis 

Dawson 

Daysville 

Dayton 

Dt'an's Corners 

Dearborn 

Decatur 

Deep Cut 

Deer Creek 

Deerfield 

Deertield Prairie 

Deer Park 

Deer Plain 

DeKalb Center 

Del a van 

Delhi 

Del Rey 

Delta 

Dement Station 

Denny 

Denver 

Derinda 

Detroit 

De Soto 

DeWitt 

Diamond Lake 

Dillon 

Dix 

Dixon 

Doodsville 

Dogtooth 

Dolson 

Dou-fola 

Donnellson 

Donovan 

Dorchester 

Dorset 

D irsey Station 

Douglas 

Dover 

Downer's Grove 

Downs 

Drurv 

Dry Point 

Dubois 



County. 

Adams 

Ruid.dph 

McDououixh 

Shelby 

Clinton 

Madison 

McDonouirh 

Henry 

IMonroe 

Adams 

Whiter ides 

Morgan 

Vermillion 

Kdgav 

Jasptr 

Brown 

Du Pipe 

Fulton 

Rock Island 

McHenrv 

Rock Island 

WiUiamsou 

La Salle 

Don. -las 

Du Page 

Sangamon 

Gallatin 

Bond 

Randolph 

Jo Daviess 



DeKalb 

Iroquois 

Williamson 

Gallatin 

Iroquois 

Will 

Franklin 

W:i vne 

La Salle 

Marshall 

Wooilford 

McIIenry 

Fulton 

Sangamon 

Johnson 

Stephenson 

Hancock 

Christitm 

Stephenson 

Du Paic 

Tazewell 

McLean 

Vermillion 

Clark 

St. Clair 

Clark 

Stephenson 

Sangamon 

Ogle 

La Salle 

Lake 

McHenry 

Macon 

Melleurv 

Tazewell 

Lake 

DeKalb 

La Salle 

Callu.un 

DeKalb 

Tazewell 

Jersey 

Iroquois 

McLean 

Ogle 

AVarren 

H:iucock 

Jo Daviess 

Pike 

Jackson 

De Witt 

Lake 

Tazewell 

JoBerson 

Lee 

Schuyler 

Alexander 

Clark 

Union 

Montgomery 

iroiiuois 

Macoupin 

DeKalb 

Mad isoii 

Knox 

Bureau 

Du Page 

McLean 

Rock Islam. 

Slieili\ 

Washington 



I'ljtt Ojjice. 

Duck Creek 

Dudley 

Dudleyville 

Duncannon 

Duncan's Mills 

Dundas 

Dundee 

Dunleith 

Dunn 

Dun ton 

Dupage 

Duqnoin 

Durand Station 

Durham 

Dwight 

Eagle 

KaSle Cliffs 

Hau'le Point 

Earlville 

East Bend 

East Cambridge 

East Camptou 

E.St Fork 

East Xortbfield 

East Paw Paw 

East Peoria 

East Saint Lon i 

East Summer 

East Wheatland 

Eaton 

Edgington 

Edwardsville 

EtTingham 

Edge wood 

Edwards' Static 

Ela 

El bridge 

El Dara 

El Dena 

EI Dorado 

ElL-iu 

Eli da 

Eliza 

Elizabeth 

Elizabethtown 

Elk (Jrovo 

Elkhart City 

Elkhorn 

Klkborn Grove 

Klkton 

Elkville 

Elleroy 

Elliottstown 

Ellis (irove 

Elli-son 

EUisville 

VA Iswortli 

Elm Grove 

Elmore 

Elmira 

Elm Point 

Elm Wood 

El Paso 

Elsah 

El vaston 

El win 

EIwoimI 

Embavras 

Eminence 

E m m a 

Empire 

Eudor 

EnfieM 

I'jnglish Prairie 

Enon 

Enterprise 

Epler 

Equality 

Erie 

Erin 

E-win 

Etna 

Eureka 

Eugene 

Evan's Mill 

Evanston 

Evansville 

E wing 

Ewington 

Exeter 

Fairbnrg 

Fairhaven 

Fairmont 

Fair Play 

Fair view 

Fair Weather 

Farina 

Farmington 

Farmsville 

Farrowtown 

Fayette 

Fayottoville 



County. 

Warren 

Kdgar 

Bond 

Stepbcnscju 

Fulton 

Richland 

Kane 

Jo Daviess 

Jloultric 

Co..k 

Will 
Perry 

Winnebago 

Hancock 

Li vingst(ui 

La Salle 

iVIonroe 

Ol'Ic 

La Salle 

Ford 

Henry 

Kane 

Montgomery 

Cook 

DeKalb 

Tazewell 

i St. Clair 

K.inkakee 

Will 

Crawford 

Itoek Island 

Madison 

Etiingham 

Peoria 

Lake 

Edgar 

Pike 

Lee 

Saline 

Kane 

Winnebago 

Mereer 

Jo Daviess 

Hardin 

Cook 

Lo»«n 

Washington 

Carroll 

Crawford 

J aekson 

S teph'-nson 

Efhngham 

Randolph 

Warren 

Fulton 

Stark 

Adams 

Poor i a 

Stark 

Bond 

Peoria 

Woodford 

Jersey 

Hancock 

M;icoa 

Will 

E.lgar 

Logan 

White 

Whiteside-s 

Will 

White 

MeHenry 

Bureau 

Wayne 

Morgan 

Gallatin 

Whitesides 

MeHenry 

Schu ler 

Cfoles 

W'oodford 

Knox 

Morgan 

Cook 

Raud.ilph 

Franklin 

Eflnugliam 

Scott 

Livineston 

Carroll 

Vermillion 

Jefferson 

Fulton 

Adams 

Fayitte 

Fiilton 

Woodford 

Calhoun 

(ireene 

St. Clair 



Post Offici'. 

Ferdinand 

Fiatt 

Fidelity 

Fieldeu 

Fillmore 

Fish Hook 

FittsHill 

Fitz Henry 

Flat Rock 

Flint 

Flora 

Floraville 

Florence 

Florence Station 

Florid 

Forest City 

Forest Station 

ForksvilU 

Foreston 

Fort Hill 

Fosterburg 

Fosters 

Fountain Green 

Four Mile Grove 

Fowler's Station 

Fox Lake 

Frankfort 

Frankl i n 

Franklin Grove 

Franzonia 

Fredericksville 

Fredonia 

Freebui-g 

Freedom 

Freeland 

Freemanton 

Fremont Center 

Freeport 

French Village 

Friend Grove 

Friendship 

Friendsville 

Fullersbiirg 

Fuller's Point 

Fulton 

Gage's Lake 

(i-aleua 

Galesburg 

Gallatin 

Galloway 

Galum 

Gal va 

Gap Grove 

Garden Plain 

Garden Prairie 

Gardner 

Card's Point 

Geneva 

Genesee 

Genesee Grove 

Genoa 

Georgetown 

German town 

CMbson 

Gilead 

Gilgal 

Gilespie 

Gil man 

Gilmer 

Girard 

Glasgow 

Glendale 

Glencoe 

Glenwood Mills 

Godfrey 

Golconda 

Good Hope 

Gooding's Grovo 

Goose Island 

Grafton 

Grand Chain 

Grand Cote Prairi 

Grand Detour 

Grand View 

Grand Tower 

Grand Prairie 

Grant 

Grantsburgh 

Granville 

Gray's Mills 

Grayville 

(jyasy 

Greenbush 

Green Dale 

Greenfield 

Green (i arden 

Greenland 

Green River 

Greenup 

Greenvale 

Greenville 

Gi'tenwood 



S 



County. 

Mercer 
Fulton 
Jersey 

Montgomery 

Pike 

Franklin 

Ogle 

Craw lord 

Pike 

Clay 

St. Ciair 

Pike 

Stephenson 

Putnam 

M.isou 

Liviu'-' -ton 

Lake 

Ogle 

Lake 

]Madison 

JIarion 

Hancock 

Le. 

A'iams 

Lake 

Frauldin 

Morgan 

Lee I 

Richland 

Schuyler 

Willi am soni 

St. Ciait 

La Salle 

De alb 

Effineliam 

L.iku 

Stephenson 

St. Ciair, 

Wabash; 

JIcDoir. iL'h 

Wa 

Du P'.g(! 

Cde 
White- de 
L.vke 
Jo D.i iesa 
Kuox 
.S.iline 
La Sall« 
P rryi 
H nry, 
Lee 
Whitesides 
Boonf 
Gr.iady 
Wal asli 
K an 
IKur 
hite-; dei J, 
De K.illj 
Verm il ion i 
Cliutoi:*^ 

K aox 

Cal-um, 

Pike ;, 

Maeo.L pir i 

Iro I uoi; 

Lake i 

Maco |)ii* 

Srot 
I'optj 

Livin^-tor 
Mad SOI 

McDoii" igl 1 
\Til*' 
Alex a del 
J' 1 ^ej 

Pillaik, 

e P rr^ 

11 gl, 

I^iga 

Jaclvioi 

Kaiik.kei 

Lik( 

Join -or 

Pufian 

Joiiinoi 

Wliiti 

MaciHi pir , 

Waireil' 

Jl.irior 

Gricn 

Wil 

Favctti 

H 

Cumber! am 

Jo Da vies 

Bon 

McHeur 



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POST OFFICES — ILUiNOlS. 



I'ott Office. Counltj. 



Jridiey 

Jrisvrold 

Jronse 

Jrove 

irovcland 

in il ford 

liiiiley 

i;niley's Station 

iagley 

lainesville 

laldane 

IftK'isaw 

lal ( Dav 

lallock' 

Wall^tuwn 

Janitjurg 

i:lui;Itflu 

lauilet 

lamshire 

lamptoQ 

lan-iver 

lar iin 

lar Mnsville 

iark 

la.ktT's Corners 

-larlem 

lirmoiiy 

larrisbur^ 

Fan-is Grove 

farrisou 

rrisoaville 

iTistown 
lart ord 
laiiland 
lar V ard 
lavana 
Livuloek 
laztl Dell 
lazictt 
roa 
ftcker 
Itmlo 
fcn'lerson 
leiiuepin 
'anry 
(eniiitage 



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P«st Office. 



Ii^^s 



I:, 



Pike 

l^fcLeau 

Bamilton 

Kan.; 

Hender^on 

Tazewell 

Jo Davies« 

Will 

Lawrence 

Ca^s 

Lake 

Ogle 

Boone 

Lake 

Peoria 

Sal ine 

Calhoun 

Hancock 

Mercer 

Kane 

Koek Island 

Jo Daviess 

Calhoun 

Crawford 

Shelly 

Peoria 

Winnebago 

McHenry 

Saline 

Jefferson 

"Winnebago 

3Ionroc 

JIacon 

Saline 

McHenr^ 

Mason 
Cook I 
Cumberland 
Kock Island Kentuckv 



McHenry 

ifonroe 

AVhitesides 

Knox 

Putnam 

Marshall 

Coles 



Icrmman'sStore Washington 



lermon 
Itrndon 

lerrin"s Prairie 
{ersman'3 
(ey .torth 

ickory 

tickory Creek 
(iekory Grove 
lickorv Hill 
lickorv Ridge 
[ieks- Mills 
'idalgo 
'igjriusville 
[ighland 
■ slilaud Park 
ligh Point 
lij!h Prairie 
iill-l.oro' 
fill "s Grove 
lolland 
lol' iday 
lollijwa'yville 

ome 

oincr 

\.i!'-y Point 
looker 

oover'g 
lope 

iopedale 
lope well 

opper's Mills 

ord 

(ornsby 
iouirhton 
lou^elville 
.OUST on 

oward's Point 

owirJsville 
lijwlet 
•"jyleton 
.U'ison 
!antley Grove 

ancsville 

urricane 

utsonville 
'.yiie Park 
itan 

liopolis Station 

liuois City 

linuistown 

idianola 

idustry 

igraham Prairie 

nia 



Knox 

Montgomery 

Williamson 

Brown 

McLean 

Lake 

Fayette 

M assac 

Marion 

Hancock 

De Kalb 

Jasper 

Vermillion 

Madison 

Lake 

Mercer 

La Salle 

ifontiTomery 

McDonough 

Shelby 

Macoupin 

Bureau 

Wa} ne 

Champaign 

Macoupin 

Shelby 

Macoupin 

Cook 

Tazewell 

Macon 

Henderson 

Clay 

Macoupin 

Jo D.!v;ess 

Edgar 

Adams 

Fayette 

Stephenson 

Sangamon 

Washington 

McLean 

JIcHenry 

Schuyler 

Montgomery 

Crawford 

Cook 

Morgan 

Sangamon 

Rock Island 

St. Clair 

Vermillion 

McDonough 

Clay 

Warrea 



I 

frvlTT^ 
Irvington 
Island Creek 
Izoria 

Jacksonville 
Jamestown 
Jasper 
Jeflerson 
Jefl'erson Corners 
fetfersonville 
Jericho 
Jerseyville 
John's Creek 
Johnson 
Johnsliurgh 
Johnsontown 
Johnsonville 
Joliet ' 
Jonesboro' 
Jones' Creek 
Jordan 

Jordan's Grove 
Junction 
•I unction Grove 
Junto 
Kane 
Kaneville 
Kankakee Depot 
Kansas 
Kappa 
Kaskaskia 
Keene 
Keenville 
Keithsburg 
Kendall 
, Kent 
K 

Keokuk junction 
Kewaunee 
Keysport 
Kickapoo 
Killbuck 
Kinderhook 
Kingsbury 
King's Mills 
Kingston 
Kingston Mines 
Kinmundy 
K iytyre 
Kishwaukee 
Knight's Grove 
Knoxville 
Kjte River 
La Clair 
Lacon 
Lacev 
La Clede 
Laenna 
Lafayette 
Lalbx 
La Harpe 
Lake Creek 
Lake Forrest 
Lake Zurich 
Lamb's Point 
Lamoille 
Lanark 
Lancaster 
Lane Depot 
Lane's ><; Roads 
Langdon 
Laona 
La Prairie 
La Prairie Center 
Larkinsburg 
La Salle 
Lavine 
Lawndale 
Lawn Ridge 
Lawrence 
Lawrenceville 
Lean 
Lebanon 
Lee Center 
L'lirable 
Leesville 
Leland 
Lemout 
Lena 
Lenzburg 
Leroy 
Lester 
Lewis 
Lewistown 
Lewisville 
Lexington 
Le_; den 

Loyden Center 
Liberty 



County. Post Office. 

Fulton ILibcrtv Hill 
Jo Daviess j Libert'vville 
Iroquois I Lick Creek 
Montgomery ' Lilleciish 
M"ashiiigton 'Limerick 
Jasper j Limestone 
Rock Island Lina 

Morgan Lincoln C H 
Clinton Linri In Green 
Schuyler | Lindenwood 
Cook I Lisbon 
Whitesides Lisle Stiition 
Litchfield 
Little Detroit 
Little Muddy 
Little Rock 
Littleton 
Little York 
Lively 

Lively Grove 
Liverpool 
Livingston 
Loami 
Lock 
Lock port 

t- — Locust Grove 
Cook Lodi Station 
ill ash Logan 
reene Logansport 
Kane London City 
Kankakee j Lone Tree 
Kdsar Long fJrov^ 



Wayne 

Kane 

Jersey 

Sangamon 

McDonough 

MeHemy 

Cuml eriaud 

Wavnc 

Will 

Union 

Randolph 

VormiHion 

Ranilolph 

Pulaski 

Cook 

lash 

T reene 

Kane 



Woodford 

Randol pli 

Adams 

Waynr 

Mercer 

Kendall 

Stephenson 

Vermillion 

Adams 

Henry 

Clinton 

Peoria 

Ogle 

Pike 

Whitesides 

Kane 

DeKalb 

Peoria 

Marion 

Winnebago 

St. Clair 

Kn"X 

Ogle 

De Kalb 

IHarshall 

De Kalb 

Fayette 

Logan 

Stark 

Kane 

Hancock 

Williamson 

Lake 

Madison 

Bureau 

Carroll 

Cass 

Ogle 

Hamilton 

Peoria 

Winnebago 

Adanrs 

Marshall 

Clay 

La Salle 

Iroquois 

Logan 

Slarshall 

jlcHenrv 



Long Point 

Lng Prairie 

Looking Glass 

Lorao 

Lo.-iitnt 

Louisville 

Lovingtou 

Lovilla 

Lowell 

Lowland 

Low Point 

Loxa 

Luda 

Lusk 

Lynchburg 

Lyndon 

Lynn Grove 

LynnviUe 

Lyons 

Lyonsville 

McConncU's Grove 



County. 

Whitesides 

Lake 

Vn'c.ii 

Will 

Bur>rau 

Kwukakee 

Adams 

Logan 

Johnson 

Ogle 

Kendall 

Du Pasi 

Montgomery 

Tazewell 

Franklin 

Kendall 

Schuyler 

Warren 

St. Clair 

Wasliingtoii 

Fulton 

Clark 

Sanguu.on 

La Salle 

Will 

Williamson 

Kant 

Kdpar 

Hamilton 

I'ayette 

Bureau 

Lake 

Livingston 

Wayne 

Cliutuii 

Stephenson 

La Silli- 

Clay 

Moultrie 

Ham i I Inn 

La Sail. 

St. Clair 

Wooil i ord 

C .le- 

Oile 

Pope 

Jeflerson 

Whitesides 

Henrj 

Morgaii 

Cook 

Cook 



.McGary 

McHenry 

Mackinaw 

McLean 

McLeansboro' 

Macomb 

Macon 

Macedonia 

Madison 

.Magnolia 

Mahomet 

Elaine 

Mainville 

Majority Point 

.Maiden 

31a I ma 

Malta 

.Malugin Grove 

.Manchester 

Mail i to 

Maul ins 

Maiislie d 

Manteno 

Maple Grove 

Maple's Mill 

Maqtiou 

iMaradosia 

Marceline 

.Marengo 



Stephenson 

Hancock 

McHenrv 

Tazewetl 

McLean 

Hamilton 

BIcDonough 

M:>eoU 

Haniiltuu 

3Iadi3on 

Putnam 

Cham pa it J 

c... . 

Cumberland 1 

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Cumberland 
De Kull. I 
Lee I 
Scot 
M.is 
La Sal: 
Kendall I 
Kankakee | 
Edu ard^ I 



Port OJiee. 

Wayestown 
.Mnynaidjville 
Maiou 
Meehanio^burg 

Mellili^tou 

.^lelro^e . 
Meuduu 
Mendoia 
Mercia 
Sleriden 

Merriu.a" Puiat 
Metamura 
Metro) ..In City 
MiduleOreek 
Middle Fork 
.Middle (;ru»e 
Middleport 

MiddletuVB 

Midway 

Mier ■ 

Milrt' SutioB 

.Millfurd 

Milll.i ra 

Millt.iiteTin. 

-Mill.r.-tiurs 

Mill,' Prairie 

Millfladt 

-Miluiiua 

Milo 

Milroy 

.Ml I ton 

Milcon .Station 

.Mineral 

.Min.r.1 villa 

MilLShoaU 

.Mintr.l Spring 

Minonk 

.Minooka 

-MitchelsviUe 

Mite hie 

.^lueeasin 

Mo.Je 

.M'.dena 

Mokena 

Moiiue 

.Mom en CO 

Monee 

Monmouth 

Monroe Center 

.Mour.je City 

Monterey 

Moiiirziima 

Mont^/.mery 

Monticello 

M.>nument 

.Mm.re's Prairie 

.Morlan'i Grots 

Moru 

Morrison 

Morrii 

Morristonu 

Murtansville 

Morton 

M.-.h»- 



Lawrenc'c ! Margaretta 
AVhitesides I Marietta 



St. Clair 

Lee 

Iroquois 

Boone 

La Salle 

Cook 



Marine 

>lar:on 

Marissa 

Slarkauda 

Maroa 

Marrowbone 



Fulton 
Kiv.x 

M.I 

CUrit 

Fult.in 

Madisou 

Williamson 

St. C::x-< 

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St. Clair Marseilles 

McLean Martinsburg 

Million Marshall 

Keuilall .Martinsville 

Fulton .Marysville 

(i reene Mascoutah 

McLean Mason 

Cook Ma-son City 

Cook Mattison 

Adame i Mattoon 



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Pik. 
Clark j 



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.MuiiudCity 
M.iund Station 
.Mount Auburn 
Mount Carmel 
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POST OFFICES ILLINOIS. 



Xow Ark 
Xf»- ll:iltiinoro 
New lU'Jford 
New Herliu 
New hem 
New Hojton 
New Ilremen 
New Clyde 
New Columbia 
Newcinnb 

New D>U;lft'»3 

New Franklin 
Nevv (Teiinesseo 
New Hartford 
New Ilavcn 
New Hebron 
New Hope 
New Jordiin 
New Lancaster 
New Lebanon 
N*'W Lennox 
New Liberty 
Newni:»n 
New Market 
New Massilon 
New Maysvillo 
New ^fielligau 
New Miildletoa 
New Mil ford 
New Philadelphi 

N e w port 

New Providence 

Nw Rutland 

News 

New Salem 

Newton 

New Virgil 

Ney 

Niantic 

Ni rht's Prairie 

N'lei 

Niles Center 

Nil wood 

Noble 

N "komii 

N-,ri 

N'»rmtl 

Novris 

N rthfiold 

North Hampton 

North H;nderson 

N >rth Kin^'stoa 

North Plato 

North Prairie 

Northville 

Norway 

Noyesville 

N inda Station 

Oik 

Oik Dale 

Oakland 

Oaclev 

Oak Rid?e 

O lit Point 

Oakula 

Oldong 

Oeeola 

Oconee Station 

Ocova 

Odell 

Odin 

O' Fallon Depo 

Osle Station 

Ohio 

Ohio Grove 

Okaw 

Old Farm 

Old Ripley 

Olena 

Olive 

OIney 

Omeia 

Omph Ghent 

Onargo 

Oneco 

Oneida 

Ontario 

Ophir 

O (iiawka 

Oranie Prairie 

Orau;!evine 

Ore;;on 

Orion 

Orland 

Orleans 

Osage 

Oitend 

Oswe:50 

Ottawa 

Otto 

Onszo 

Otter Creek 



Count!/. 

Kendal! 
W'ayni 
Bureau 
Saniram.'o 
Jersey 
Mercer 
Cook 
Whitcsides 
Massac 
Champai);n 
Ma'lison 
Wavne 
Whiteside* 
Pike 
Gallatin 
Crawford 
Wabash 
Whitcsides 
Warren 
Ue Kail. 
Win 
Pope 
DiU','lass 
Gallatin 
Wavne 
Pike 
Livin.'ston 
Marion 
Winnebago 
aMcDonou'^h 
Lake 
Greene 
La Salle 
CaUio'Ui 
Pike 
J;isper 
Kane 
De Kalb 
Macon 
Ilamilton 
Cook 
Qook 
Macoupin 
Richland 
^Joutirnnvry 
Jo Daviess 
McLeuj 
Foi- 

Cook 

P,-..ria 

Warren 

DeKalb 

Kan'-' 

Kiv'X 

La Salle 

Cook 

Mc II" y 

Pope 

Ma'li.-.'u 

Coles 

Macon 

Jlenard 

Clark 

Iro juois 

Crawford 

S;ark 

Shelby 

Livingston 

Marion 

St. Clair 

Lee 

Bureau 

De Kalb 

Washington 

Lawrence 

Bond 

Henderson 

Lawren 

Richland 

Marion 

Jladisnn 

Iro'inois 

Stephenson 

Knox 



La Salle 

Henderson 

Peoria 

Stephenson 

0,.'l 

Henry 

Cook 

Mor.;au 

Franklin 

McHenrv 

Kendall 

La Salle 

F'ulton 

Lake 

Jerjoy 



Post OMce. 

Owaucco 

Oxbow 

Oxford 

Paddock's Grove 

Padua 

Paine's Point 

Palatine 

Palermo 

Palestine 

Palmer's Station 

Palo Alto 

Paloma 

Palos 

Palmyra 

I' ana 

I'anola Station 

I'aradise 

Paris 

Parkersbnrg 

Park's Corners 

Parrish 

Patoka 

Pavilliou 

Pawnee 

"aw Paw Grove 

Paxtoa 

Payson 

Pearl 

Peatone 

Pecatonica 

Pekin 

Pellonia 

Pennsylvania 

Peoria 

Perry 

Perryton 

Peru 

Peru Station 

Pesotum 

Petersburg 

Petty 's 

Pvtons 

PliilUpstown 

Philo 

Piasa 

Pickwick 

Pierce 

Piereeville 

Pigeon Creek 

Pilot 

Pilot Grove 

Pinckneyville 

P ine Rock 

Pin^rce Grove 

Pink Prairie 

Pin Oak 

Pioneer 

Pitman 

Pittsfield 

Plainfield 

Plain View 

Plan. 

Plato 

Plattville 

Pleasant Corners 

Pleasant Grove 

Pleasant Green 

Pleasant Hill 

Pleasant ]Mound 

Pleasant Plains 

Pleisant Prairie 

Pleasant Ridge 

Pleasant Vale 

Pleasant Valley 

Pleasant View 

Plum Hill 

Plum River 

Plymouth 

Pocahontas 

Point Pleasant 

Polo 

Pol's Grove 

Pontiac 

Pontoosac 

Pope Creek 

Poplar Grove 

Port Bvrou 

Portland 

Prairie City 

Prairie Creak 

Prairie Du Roche 

Prairiefield 

Prairie Hill 

Pr.i'rie Home 

Prairie Mound 

Prairie Pond 

Prairie Town 

Pre-emption 

Prentice 

Preston 

Princeton 

PrincoviUo 



County. 

Christian 

Putnam 

Henry 

JIadison 

McLean 

Ogle 

Cook 

Edgar 

Crawford 

Jersey 

Hamilton 

Adams 

Cook 

Macoupin 

Christian 

Woodfor.l 

Ed,'ar 

Richland 

Boone 

Franklin 

Marion 

Kendall 

Sangamon 

Lee 

Vermil ion 

Adams 

Pike 

Will 

Winnebago 

Tazewell 

Massac 

Rock Island 

Peoria 

Pike 

Mercer 

La Salle 

Champaign 



Fast Office. 

Prophets town 

Providence 

Proviso 

Pulaski 

Pully's Mills 

Quincy 

Racoon 




Raleigh 
Ramsey 
Randolph 
Raiieysburgh 
Rantoul 
Rapids City 
Karitan 
Reading 
Rectorville 
Red Bank 
R;;d Bud 
Renault 
Reyuoldsburg 
Richfield 
Richland 
Richland Grove 
Richmond 
Richview 
Ridge Farm 
Ridgeflcld 
Ridg^^airie 
Rid: 
Rid 
Riley" 
Ringgold 
liiugwood 
Rinosa 
Ripley 
Risdon 
Ri vola 
Rising Sun 
Roanoke 
Menard Robin's Nest 
Lawrence Robinson 

Adams Robinson's Mills 
White R .chelle 
Champaign Rochester 
Macoupin Rochester Mills 
Jasper Rock 

Will Rockbridge 
DeKalb Rock Creek 
Pike Rockford 
Vermillion Rock Grove 
Hancock Rock Island 
Perry Rockland 
Oil,- Roekport 
Kane R.ick Run 
Henry Rjckton 
Wayne Rockville 
Greene R.ckwood 
Adams Roland 
Pike Rome 
Will Rime 
Macoupin Rome Farms 
Kendall Ro.jk's Creek 
Iroi(uois Roscoe 
Kindall Roselield 
Jo D iviess Rose Hill 
Wavne Rosencraus 
Stark Roseville 
Pike Rosiclare 
Bond Ross Grove 
Sangamon Rossvills 

Bond Rough and Ready 
Rock Island | Round Grove 
Rozetta 
Ruma 
R iral 

Rural Retreat 
Rush 
Rishville 
Rassellville 
Rutland 
Sacramento 
Sagone 
Sagetown 
St. Albans 
St. Anne 
St. .\ugustine 
St. Charles 
St. Franeisville 



Pike 

Jo Daviess 

Schuyler 

Washington 

Jo Daivess 

Hancock 

Bind 

Champaign 

Ogle 

Carroll 

Livingston 

Hancock 

Mercer 

Boone 

Rock Island 

Whitesides 

McDonongh 

Lozaii 

r Randolph 

Rock IslanJ 

Williamson 

Slielhv 

Favette 

D/Kall. 

Madison 

-Mircer 

Morgan 

Randolph 

B irean 

Paoria 



St. Jacob 
St. John 
St. Joseph 
St. Marie 
St. Marys 
Sai ut ilorgan 
Sa. nt Theodore 
Salem 

Saline Mines 
Salisbury 
Salt Creek 
Samsville 
Sanl Lake 
SaiiJuval 



ides 

;eau 

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iKk 

WiiT^nisou 

Adams 

Marion 

Saline 

Fayette 

McLean 

Washington 

Champaign 

Rock Island 

Henderson 

Livingston 

Hamilton 

Saline 

Randolph 

Monroe 

Johnson 

Adams 

Sangamon 

Mercer 

MoHenry 

Washington 

Vermillion 

McHenry 

St. Clair 

Madison 

Stephenson 

MoHenrv 

Cook 

McHenry 

Irociuois 

Brown 

St. Clair 

Mercer 

Macoupin 

Woodford 

Peoria 

Crawford 

Menard 

Ogle 

Sangamon 

Wabash 

Pope 

Greene 

Carroll 

Winnebago 

Stephenson 

Rock Island 

Lake 

Pike 

Stephenson 

Winnebago 

Kankakee 

Randol ph 

White 

Jefferson 

Peoria 

Peoria 

Livingston 

AVinnebago 

Peoria 

Jasper 

Lake 

Warren 

Hardin 

DeKalb 

Vermillion 

Hancock 

Whitesides 

Henderson 

Randolph 

Kock Island 

Colo< 

Jo Daviess 

Schuyler 

Lawrence 

Kan ■ 

White 

Du Page 

Henderson 

Hancock 

Kankakee 

Fulton 

Kane 

Lawrence 

Madison 

Perry 

Champaign 

Jasper 

Hancock 

Ma Hson 

Madiso . 

Marion 

Gallatin 

Sangamon 

Etflughani 

Edward-i 

Lake 

Marion 



Post Ojice. 

Sandwich 

San Jose 

Santa Anna 

Santa Fe 

Sarahsville 

Saratoga 

Sardinia 

Savanna 

Saxon 

Scales Mound 

School 

Schultz Mills 

Scott 

ScottviUe 

Secor 

Seller's Landing 

Selma 

Senex 

Serena 

Shabbona's Grove 

Shabonier 

Shannon 

Sharon 

Shaumburg 

Shawneetown 

Shaw's Point 

Sheffield 

Shelby Station 

Shelbyville 

Sheldon 

Sheldon's Grove 

Sherburnville 

Sherman 

Shiloh 

Shiloh Hill 

Shipman 

.Shirland 

Shirley 



County. 



DeKal 
Mac( Qu 

De Wi' p> 

Alexandc ul 

Williamso iin 

Marsha uj 

Pil h. 

Carro mi 

Hem ilii 

Jo Davie Jti 

Whi il! 

Greet fc 

La Sal ^3 

Macoupi 

Woodfoi III 

Hard w 

McLea iil, 

La Sal 
DeKal 
Fayet 
Carro 1,1 
Hem i,[ 
Coi 1,: 
Gailat I,: 
Maoo up ),r 
Bare8|i,| 
Maeoup 
Shell 
Iroquo i,, 
Sohuyl 5ti 
Kankakpv] 
Sangami 
St. Cla i 
Rand"l 
Maeoup 
Winneba 
MeL 



Shoal Creek Station Cluit 



Shokokou Hen'l 

Shop Creek Moucg.ime 

Sidney Champa 

Sigel \'' 

Silver Creek Stephen: 

Sinclair M'.r; 

Slack Water ^t'l 

Smithton St. Oh 

Smithville I'e r 

Snackwine Putu 

Sniearte ^'-^ 

Sodorns Chami'.i 

Solon Mills McH'-i 

Somerset S ili 

.Somonauk D-K 

S Miora Ha 

South America Sal 

Southampton Peo 

South Bend Winnel^ 

South G.-ove DeKi 

South Hampton Galla 

South Xorthfield C 

South Pass t u 

South Port P-io 

South Prairie HeuJers 

S'luth Willow Creek 

Spark's Hill 

Sparland 

Sparta 

Spied well 

Spencer 

■Specie Grove 

Spring Bay 

Springfield 

Spring Garden 

Spring Grove 

Spring Hill 

Spring Lake 

Springville 

S'-iuaw Grove 

Starheld 

.Staunton 

Steam Mill 

Steele's Mills 

Sterling 

Steuben 

Stiflesville 

Stiriup Grove 

Stockton 

Stone Fort 

Stone's Prairie 

Stonington 

Strasburg 

Stringtown 

Sublette 

Su-'ar Grove 

S.iUi van 

Sulphur Springs 

Summerfield 

Suuuner C.entre 

S immer Hill 

Sunimi^rvilU 

Sum 01 it 



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Eandol 
F ;lt 
W 
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Wool 
Sangam 
Jet1:-r 
War 
Whitesi 
Tazew 
Co 
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Peo 
Macon 
SclDiy 
Rau'lol 
Whit 
Marsh 
Craw'fc 
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Jo Davi 

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William 

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liiiry 
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Creek 
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'amore 

V!l 

van Dale 
>le Grove 
allula 

lUHroa 
ftniorack 
aniar 

i.vliir 

rylursTille 

■nnessee 
^ entopolis 
■ erre Haute 

L'bes 

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oniftsboro' 

lompsoa's Mills 

onisoa 

ornton 
litna Station 

tou 

niber 
ime 

shilwa 
iwappity 
obacco 
olouo 
lUica 
ouica 

peka 
oulou 
'wanda 

wer Hill 

wn Line 

wu Mount 
racy 
remont 
ronton 
rivoli 
riumph 
roy 

roy Grove 
roy Mills 
rumbuU 
ruro 
ru.xtou 
uruer 
nsoola 
yler 
dina 
lliu 
!m 

adulation 
nion 

nion Grove 
nion Hill 
nion Point 
niuntown 
nionville 
nit3' 

pper Alton 
rbana 
r^a 
tab 
tica 
alley 
au Buren 
aucil's Point 
andalia 
edder 
eucdy 
eni 
enice 
era 

ermillion 
ermiUionville 
ermont 
ersailles 
ictor Centre 
ictoria 
ienna 
[ilia Kidge 
lola 
irJen 
irgil 
irginia 
'aliash 
Takefleld 
'al bridge 
'ales 

'alker's Grove 
'^alker's Xeck 
{^alkerville 
i"allingford 
'"alnut 



County. 

Fnlton 

Lawrence 

Merc 

Livingston 

Clay 

Warren 

Menard 

De Kalh 

Schuyler 

Hancock 

Fulton 

Menard 

Perry 

Will 

Ogle 

Christian 

McDonough 

,Etiingbam 

Henderson 

Alexander 

Cook 

Champaijrn 

Jo Daviess 

Carroll 

Cook 

Vermillion 

Peoria 

Pike 

Bureau 

Henderson 

Johnson 

Champaign 

Madison 

La Salle 

Mason 

Stark 

McLean 

Shelby 

Warren 

Franklin 

Will 

Tazewell 

Clinton 

Peoria 

La Salle 

Madison 

La Salle 

Fulton 

Macoupin 

Knox 

Bureau 

Du Page 

Douglas 

Winnebago 

Kane 

Pulaski 

Adams 

Pulaski 

Mc Henry 

Whitesides 

Kankakee 

Union 

Knox 

Massac 

Alexander 

Madison 

Champaign 

Adams 

Warren 

La Salle 

Stark 

De Kalb 

Macoupin 

Fayette 

Calhoun 

Washington 

Effingham 

Madison 

Fayette 

Edgar 

La Salle 

Fulton 

Brown 

DeKalb 

Knox 

Johnson 

Pulaski 

Mercer 

Macoupin 

Fulton 

Cass 

Wayne 

Richland 

Pulaski 

Ogle 

Mason 

Brown 

Greene 

Will 

Bureau 



Post Office. 


County. 


Walnut Grove 


Knox 


Walnut Hill 


Marion 


"ashington Cent 


re Will 


WalshviUe 
Wanda 


Montgomery 
Madisou 


Wapella 


De Witt 


Warren 


Jo Daviess 


Warreusville 


Du Page 


Warsaw 


Hancock 


Washburn 


Marshall 


^Vashiugton 


Tazewell 


Wataga 


Knox 


Waterloo 


Monroe 


Waterman's Mills 




Stephenson 


Watertown 


Rock Island 


Watseka 


Iroquois 


Watson 


Sangamon 


Wauconda 


Lake 


Waukegau 


Lake 


Waverfy 


Morgan 


Wayland 


Schuyler 


Wayne 


Du Page 


Wayne Center 




Waynesville 


De Witt 


Webb's Prairie 


Franklin 


Webster 


Hancock 


Weller 


Henry 


Wenona Station 


Marshall 


Wentworth 


Lake 


Wesley City 


Tazewell 


Westfield 


Clark 


^Vest Hall 


Warren 


West Hallock 


Peoria 


West Jersey 


Stark 


West Northfield 


Cook 


West Point 


Hancock 


West Salem 


Edwavd.i 


Wester Saratoga 




Wetaug 


Pulaski 


Wethersfield 


Ilenr^' 


Wetweather 


Jasper 


Wbeatfield 


Sangamon 


Wheatland 


' Will 


Wheatou 


Du Page 


Wheeling 


Cook 


White Cloud 


Wayne 


Whitefield 


Marshall 


White Hall 


Greene 


White Oak 


Montgomery 


White Oak Sprin 


gs Brown 


White Rock 


Ogle 


White Willow 


Kendall 


Whitley's Point 


Moultrie 


Williamsville 


Sanamon 


Willow 


Jo Daviess 


Willow Creek 


Lee 


VV^illow Hill 


Jasper 


Willow jpwngs 


Cook 


Wilmington 


Will 


Wilson 


Macon 


Winchester 


Scott 


Windsor 


Shelby 


Winfield 


Du Page 


Winnebago Depot 


Winnebago 


Winnetka 


Cook 


Winslow 


Stephenson 


Winthrop 


Kane 


Woburn 


Bund 


Woodburn 


Macoupin 


Woodbary 


Cumberland 


Woodhull 


Henry 


Woods ide 


Sangamon 


Woodson 


Morgan 


Woodstock 


Mc Henry 


Woodville 


Adams 


Wool 


Pope 


Woosung 


Ogle 


Worthington 


Jackson 


Wyant 


Bureau 


Wyoming 


Stark 


Wythe 


Hancock 


Xenia 


Clay 


Yale 


Jasper 


Yankee Hollow 


Jo Daviess 


Yates City 


Knox 


Y'ellow Creek 


Stephenson 


Yellow Head Grove Kankakee 


York 


Clark 


York Center 


Du Page 


Y'ork Neck 


Adams 


Yorktown 


Bureau 


Y-^orkville 


Kendall 


Youngsville 


McDonough 


ZanesviUe 


Jfontgomery 
W ay n e 


Zif 


Zion 


Jlorgan 







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Post Office. 

Aberdeen 

Abington 

Acton 

Adair 

Adams 

Adriunoe 

Adyeville 

Afton 

Akron 

Alamo 

Albany 

Albion 

Alexandria 

A I font 

Alinrdsville 

Alpha 

Alquina 

Alto 

Alton 

Alvarado 

America 

Americus 

Amity 

Amsterdam 

Anderson 

Andersouville 

Angola 

Annapolis 

Anoka 

Anthony 

Antioch 

Apaluua 

Arha 

Arcadia 

Areola 

Arctic 

Argos 

Armiesbnrg 

Armstrong 

Arney 

Ascension 

Ash borough 

Ash Grove 

Ashley's Mills 

Ashland 

Atkinsonville 

Attica 

Atwood 

Aubbeenaubleo 

Auburn 

Augusta Station 

Aurora 

Austin 

Avilla 

Azalia 

Baker's Mills 

Bainbridge 

Bilaka 

Ballstowa 

Haiti more 

liarber's 31 ills 

liarbersville 

I'.arren 

liartonia 

I'.ateham 

Hatcsville 

Battle GronnJ 

Bean Blossom 

Bear Branch 

Bear Creek 

Beaver Dam 

Beck's Mills 

Beckville 

Bedford 

Beech Grove 

Heecliy Mire 

Beldcn 

Belle Air 

Bell more 

Ilellville 

Bennett's Swito 

Bennettsville 

Bennington 

Benton 

Beutonville 

Benville 

Berlin 

Bethany 

Bethel 

Bethlehem 

Bigelow's Mil's 

Big Springs 

Billingsvillo 

Bird's Kve 

Black Cre'k 

BUck Hawk Mi 



County. 

Ohio 
Wayne 
Marion 

Decatur 

Newton 

Perrv 

Scott 

Fill ion 

Montgomerj 

Delaware 

Noble 

Madison 

Davics 

Scott 

Fayette 

Howard 

Crawford 

Steuben 

Wabusb 

Tippecanoe 

Johnson 

Cass 

Madison 

Franklin 

Steuben 

Parke 

Cxss 

Delaware 

Huntington 

Perrv 

Randolph 

Hamilton 

Allen 

De Kalb 

Jlarsball 

Parke 

Vanderburgh 

Owen 

Sullivan 

Clay 

Tippecanoe 

Montgomery 

Henrj 

Owen 

Fountain 

Fulton 

De Kalb 

Marion 

Dearborn 

Scot I 

Noble 

Bartholomew 

Jackson 

Putnam 

Randolpii 

Kiple\ 

■Warren 

Wells 

Jeflerson 

Harrison 

Randolph 

Sullivan 

Kipley 

Tippecanoe 

Brown 

Ohio 

Jay 

Kosciusko 

Washington 

Montgomery 

Lawrence 

Rush 

Union 

Wabiuh 

Clay 

Parke 

Hendricks 

h Miami 

Clark 

Switierland 

Elkhiirt 

Fayette 

Jennings 

Clintiin 

Park- 

Wkvi. 

01':. r 

Laporu 

Union 

Dub i; 
Suni^ . 
lis PoS'/ 



Pott Office. 

Black Oak Ridge 

niairsTille 

Bloum field 

RIoomingburg 

Bloomingdale 

Blooming Grove 

Bloomingspurt 

Bloomingtou 

BlounUvillo 

Blue Creek 

Blue Grau 

Blue Liek 

Blue Ridge 

B'.ufl Creek 

Blufl PoiDt 

Blufiiun 

Bock's Mills 

Bono 

Boon rove 

Boonville 

Boston 

Boundary 

Bourlou 

Boarie 

Bovine 

Bowling Green 

Boxley 

Boydston'sMillj 

Itradford 

Branch Creek 

Urandtwood 

Bransom 

Branl 

Bremen 

Hrewtrsville 

Briek Mill 

Bridgcfort 

Bridgcton 

Bright 

Brighton 

BriMol 

Broad RIppIo 

Brook 

Brookfield 

Brooklyn 

Brookston 

Brook ville 

BrownsburB 

Brownstowo 

Brownsvillo 

Bnicc's Lake 

Bruccvillc 

Bruin's X Roadj 

Brunswick 

Brushy Prairie 

Bryantsburg 

Bryantjville 

Bryant's Creek 

Buckskin 

Buffalo ■ 

Buflaloville 

Bunker Hill 

Bnricfs Corners 

Burlington 

Burnett's Creek 

Burnsido 

Burnsvillu 

Burrows 

Busseroa 

Butler 

Biitlervilla 

Ityrneville 

ra<liii 

Callao 

Camar^o 

Cambridge City 

Camden 

Campbell 

Cawpbcllsbnrg 

Cana 

Cnnaau 

Canal 

Cannelton 

Canoper 

Canton 

Carlisle 

Carmel 

CarpenleriTille 

Carroll 

Carrsville 

Carter«bnrg 

Carthsie 

Cry 

t'T«* V !!»* 

'^ror 

Coll I 11 

Calhcnrt 

Ke 



County, 

UarleM 
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l--,i|...,n 

r, ^"^* 

FriDklia 

Rjuo..i[.h 

Jliniue 

II, Dry 

Frauklia 

Kulto* 

Clark 

Sbclby 

JohBMa 

Jar 

Wrlfa 

UadisoB 

Lavf'Bc* 

IVrter 

Wirrick 

^^'avn• 

D»r 

Mantiall 

Noll* 

tilbwS 

CUy 

Ilsuilioa 

Koic;iiiVo 

ilarrifuo 

llLniiUriioB 

!>iark« 

Uadiioa 

Clar 

Manbtlt 

Jennio;i 

Sullitui 

MarioB 

Park* 

Dearlura 

La f jriin; o 

Klkbitt 

MariuB 

NexioB 

Sbrlby 

Monraa 

H'hii* 

FrankliB 

Hendricks 

JackjuB 

roi>'B 

Fult,.B 

Knot 

Park* 

Lak* 

La Grmn;;* 

Jvll.n.'a 

L^iW riure 

)f<>nn>« 

(.,b.. n 

Wlilla 

Sitrarir 

Miami 

Cluil. n 

C.rr 1 

\N t.ilo 

CIlBlOB 

OarthoIoBew 

Knoi 

UrKalb 

Jenninict 

IlarriK'B 

Hrrry 

Lkporte 

Jcfl<T>OB 

U'aTnn 
CAt'nll 



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II .iinl'. a 

PaiBaai 

Canvll 

Marts* 

ll(B4rlrka 

Ra«k 

Miami 

ll"«ar<l 

Mirio* 

ll«ai- a 

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KraakliB 

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14 



POST OPflCES — INDIANA. 



F;tt OJu-e. 

Oencer Point 
Contertoa 
0<!uter Valley 
Cciitcrrillo 
Corro H.irdo 

Chuiiibc'i'lain 

Chaml>e»burg 

CharU'slovvii 

Charli>ttejvill» 

Ohi'jtiiat Hill 

Ohudtcr 

Ch..>jter6cld 

Chili 

Christy's Prairie 

Chiinibusoo 

Ciocri> 

Claiksbiiri? 

Clark's inn 

Clark's Prairie 

Clarksville 

Clark's Station 

Clay Hill 

Clay puol 

Clayton 

Claysvillc 

Clt'.ir Spring 

Clfona 

Clermont 

Ck-viland 

ClilVord 

Clifton 

Clifty 

Clinton 

Clinton Lock 

Cliivordalu 

Cloverland 

Clowser's Mills 

Coal Crock 

Coatosville 

Cocliraa 

Cousae 

Coffee 

Coffin's Station 

Coffee Creek 

Colbnru 

CoM Spring 

Cole's Corners 

Colfax 

Collamer 

C"IK-Ke Corner 

Columbia 

Col'imbiaCity 

Columbus 

Cjrnersvillc 

Conn's Creek 

Cojkerly 

Cornucopia 

Cortlund 

C 'rLinna 

Cjrydoa 

Cottage (Jrove 

Cottage Hill 

Covint^ton 

Cox's Mill 

Craig 

Crane's Mill 

Crawfordsville 

Crisp's X Roads 

Crittenden 

Crmnwell 

Crooked Creek 

Crojsin'^ 

Cro.is Plains 

Crothersville 

Crown PoicC 

Cuba 

Oalvcr's Station 

Cniuberland 

Cnrtisville 

Curveton 

Cynthiaua 

Cvpresa Dale 

Dale 

Daloville 

Dal ton 

Danville 

Dan Webster 

Darlin:^tou 

Davisville 

Dayton 

Decatnr 

Deem 

Deep River 

Deer Creek 

Decrlield 

Delaware 

D:lect able Hill 

Delphi 

Delta 

Deming 



Cvunly. 

Howard 

Olay 

Morgan 

Wayne 

Randolph 

White 

Allen 

Oranie 

Ol.irk 

Ilaneoek 

Wnihin.ilton 

Waene 

Madfson 

Jliatni 

Clav 

Whitley 

}Iamiltun 

Ueeatur 

Tippeeanoe 

Daviess 

Hamilton 

Lake 

iJartholomew 

K<)Sciusko 

Ilendrieks 

Wiushington 

Koseiusko 

Hrown 

Marion 

Hancock 

Bartholomew 

Union 

Decatur 

Vermillion 

Parke 

Putnam 

Clay 

Montgomery 

Fountain 

Hendricks 

Dearborn 

Whitley 

Clay 

Heur\ 

Porter 

Tippeeanoe 

Noble 

DeKalb 

Clinton 

AVhitlev 

Jay 

Fayette 

■Whitley 

Bartholomew 

Favette 

Siielbv 

Vigo 

Carroll 

Jackson 

DeKalb 

Harrison 

I'nion 

St. Joseph 

Fountain 

Wayne 

Switzerland 

Jackson 

Jlont^omery 

Harriso^ 

Cass 

Noble 

Steuben 

Laportc 

Ripley 

Jackson 

Lake 

0\\ en 

Tippecanoe 

Marion 

Tipton 

Cass 

Posey 

Vanderlnii-;; 

Spencer 

Delaware 

Wayn 

Hendricks 

Henr\ 

Montgomery 

Shell.; 

Tippecanoe 

Adams 

Owen 

Lake 

Carroll 

Randolph 

Ri pley 

Pike 

Carroll 

Parke 

Hamilton 



I'u-it Office. 

Derby 

Devon 

Uillsborongh 

Diluev Hill 

Don Juan 

Do iir Villase 

Dora 

Dover 

Dover Hill 

Down Hill 

Drewersburg 

Dublin 

Duck Creek 

Diidleytown 

Dundee 

D lukirk 

Dunlai>svillo 

Dr. pout 

Dye 

Dyer 

Eagle Creek 

EagletOM n 



County. 

Perry 
Henry ] 
Dearborn 
Dubois 
Perry i 
Laporte 
•Wabash 
lioonc 
Martin | 
Crawford | 
Franklin 
Wayne 
Madison 
Jackson j 
Blackford i 
Jay I 
Union j 
Jefferson 
Martin 
Lake I 
Lake 
Hamilton 



Kast Enterprise Switterlaud 
(Late Alleusville) 

East (Jermantown Wayne 

Kast Liberty Allen 

Katon " Delaware 

Kconomy Wayne 

Eden ' ILiucock 

Ediuburg Johnson 

Fdwardsport Knox 

Edwardsville Floyd 

Elizabeth Harrison 
Elizabeth town Bartholomew 

ElizavtUe Boone 

Elkhart Elkhart 

Elkinsville Brown 

Ellittsville Monroe 

Ellsworth Vigo 

Ulrod Ripley 

Kminence Morgan 

Unglish Crawford 

English Lake Stark 

Enterprise Spencer 

Epsom Daviess 

Erie Lawreuce 

Ervin Howard 

Etna Green Ko.^ciusko 

Eugene Vermillion 
KvansvUle Vanderburg 

Everton Fayette 

Ewing Jackson 

Fairticid Franklin 

Fairlield Center DeKalb 

Fa'rlaud Shelby 

Fairmont Marshall 

Fair View Randolph 

Fall Creek Marion 

Falmouth Fayette 
Farabee's Station W.ashington 
Farmers' Retreat Dearborn 
Farmersvillc 
Farmland 
Fayetteville 
Ferdinand 
Fethcrhuff's Mills 
Fillmore 



Fin.Iley's Mills 

Fish Creek 

Fishersburg 

Five Cirners 

Flat K jck 

Flint 

Florence 

Florida 

Flower's Gap 

Floj d Knobs 

Folsouville 

Forest Hill 

Forestville 

Fort Branch 

Fort Ritner 

Fort Wayne 

Foster's Ridge 

Fox 

Francesville 

Francisco 

Frankfort 

Franklin 

Fraukten 

Frederielisburg 

Fredonia 

Freedom 

Freelaudvillc 

Free port 

Freetown 

Fremont 

French Island 

French Lick 

Fulda 

Fulton 

Fu rnes:ville 



Posey 

Raudolpli 

Lawrence 

Dubois 

Carroll 

Putnam 

Jaekson 

Steuben 

Madison 

Miami 

Shelby 

Steuben 

Switzerland 

Ma-1 ison 

Washington 

Floyd 

Warrick 

Dseatui 

JIadison 

Gibson 

Lawreuce 

Allen 

Perry 

Wells 

Puhiski 

Gibson 

Clinton 

Johnson 

Madison 

Washington 

Crawford 

Owen 

K nox 

Shelby 

J acksou 

Steuben 

Spencer 

Orange 

Spencer 

Fulton 

Por.or 



Piist Offir.e. 

Galena 
(iallandit 
Galveston 
Ganson 
Gavis Grove 
GeetingsviUe 
Gentry ville 
Georgetown 
Georgia 
(iermantown 
Gibson Station 
Gilead 
Gillum 

Glenn's Valley 
G 'odlaud 
Goshen 
Gosport 
Graham 
Grand View 
Grantsburg 
Grant's Creek 
Granville 
Graysville 
Greene 
Green Brier 
Greenbush 
Green Cattle 
Greenfield 
Greenfield Mills 
Green Oak 
Greensborough 
Greeusburg 
Green's Fork 
Greentowu 
Greenville 
Greenwood 
Groomsville 
Groveland 
Grovertown 
Groves 
Grisw old 
Guilford 
Guionsville 
Hagerstown 
Halbert's Bluff 
Half Way 
JHall 

1 Hall's Corners 
Hamilton 
! Hancock 
I Hannah Station 
Hannegan 
Hanover 
[ Hardinsburg 
j Harlan 
j Harmony 
I Harrisburg 
Harrison 
Harps town 
Harrisville 
Uarrodsburg 
Hartersville 
Hartford 
Hartford City 
Hart's Mills 
Hai-tsville 
Harveysburg 
Haskell 
Haubstadt 
Hausertown 
Haw Patch 
Hawtliorn's 3[ills 
Hay mond 
Haysvilla 
Haaletoa 
Hebron 
lieela 
Hector 
Ueffron 

Heller's Corners 
Heltoaville 
Henry v ille 
H rmaan 
H i bernia 
Hickory Branch 
Hickory Point 
Highland Station 
High Rock 
Hillliuui 
Hillsboro' 
Hitchcock Station 
Hobart 
Hobbieville 
Holland 
Hoi man 
Holt 
Holtcm 
H(mie 
Homer 

Money Creek 
Hope 
Houettm 



iCounty. 



Pout OJice. 



Count!/. 



Ployd Howard 
Marion Howesville 

Cass Hubbard 
Pulaski j HudsouviUc 
Jasper ' Huntingburg 
Clinton I Huntington 
Spencer Huntsville 
Floyd Huron 

Hymeria 

Iba 

Idaville 

Independence 

Indianapolis 

lagleside 

In wood 

Ireland 

Jacksonburg 

Jackson Station 

Jacksonvilie 

Jaddeu 

Jala pa 

James' Switch 

•laniestowu 

Jarvis 

Jasonville 

Jasper 

Jay 

Jefferson 

Jeffersonville 

Jennings 

Jerome 

.lones 

Jonesborough 

Jones' Station 

Jonesyille 

Jordan 

Jordan Village 

Juliet 

Kaiorama 

K ass on 

Keek's Church 

Kelso , 

ICendallville 

Kent 

Kewanna 

Kinder 

Kingsbury 

Kingston 

Kirk's y. Roads 

Knightstowa 

Knob Creek 

Knox 

Kokomo 

Kossuth 

Laconia 

Ladoga 

La Fa^ ette 

La Fontaine 

La Grange 

La Gro 

Lake City 

Lake Staiioa 

Lake 

Lakcton 

Lakeville 

Lancaster 

Land 

Lanesville 

Laporte 

Laurel 

Laurence 

Lawrenceburg 

Lawrenceville 

Leavenworth 

Lebanon 

Lee 

Leesburg 

Leesville 

Leipsic 

Leo 



Lawrence 

Marion 

Lake 

Miami 

Jay 

Alarion 

Newton 

Elkhart 

Owen 

Jefferson 

Spencer 

Crawford 

Switzerland 

Delaware 

Sullivan 

Jay 

Orange 

Grant 

Putnam 

Hancock 

La Grange 

Pulton 

Henry 

Decatur 

Wayne 

Howard 

Floyd 

Johnson 

Tipton 

Putnam 

Stark 

Fayette 

Knox 

Dearborn 

Wayne 

Martin 

Jay 

Morgan 

Allen 

Steuben 

Harrison 

Laporte 

Rusk 

Jefferson 

Washington 

Allen 

Clay 

Fayette 

Delaware 

Washington 

Randolph 

Monroe 

Carroll 

Ohio 

Blackford 

Ripley 

Bartholomew 

Fountain 

Laporte 

Gibson 

Owen 

La Grange 

Pike 

Franklin 

Dubois 

Gibson 

Porter 

Noble 

Jay 

Washington 

Allen 



Parke b 

Olay U 

Clark V 

Daviess V 

Dubois 1( 

Huntington hi 

MadisoiiT; Vi 

Lawreuea U 



Lawrence Leopold 
Lewis 



Ripley 

Clark 

Po-sey 

Lake 

Greene 

Daviess 

Dubois 

Fountain 

Lake 

Greene 

Dubois 

Dearborn 

Grant 

Ripley 

Jetl'ersou 

Rush 

Hen ry 

BartboloniCTv 

Jacl'i.'U 



Lewis Creek 

Lewisburg 

Lewisville 

Lexington 

Liberty 

Liberty Mills 

Lick f'ork 

L'gonier 

Lilly D.ale 

Lima 

Limber Lost 

Lincoln 

Linden 

Linn (Jro^e 

Linton 

Lisbon 

Litte River 

Little York 

Livonia 

Locke 



Sullivan 

De Kalb 

White 

Warreu 

Mai iou 

Franklin 

Marshall 

Dubois 

Wayne Lt 

Tipton li 

Switzerland )l( 

Grnt )l> 

• ' J 

Marion IK 

Boone lit 

De Kalb Ui 

Greene Hi 

D.ibois Hi 

Jay Hi 

CI niton ii 

Clark H; 

FraukliaJI, 

Hon ardlili 

)l; 

Grant lb 

Dear oru )|, 

Bartholomew Ki 

Randolph It 

wen I 

Lawrence I 

Wawie Hi 

Vanderb irgh lii 

Martin Hi 

Dearborn tj 

Nobl« Hi 

JeffersoB Ui 

Fulton H: 

Ilaneoek 111 

La[iort« (i 

Decatai || 

Clintoo li 

Uenrj (, 

Harrisot t, 

5IatthBV« If 

Howard (< 

Washington <i, 

Uar: isoii II, 

Montgomery fc 

Tippeeauot (, 

W.-Ji.-.sV I, 

La GiaiiL't i, 

Walash I, 

.S;ar'ii||, 

Lakt Hi 

Sp>:iieei Hi 

Wab.isliJ, 

St. Jooeptfi; 

Jeilerson (j, 

Wliitle^li, 

Harrisor (j, 

Laporti (i, 

Fra.iklir Hi 

Marion t\, 

Dearbori (j 

Uii 

Crawfor'J (j 

Boon* (ii 

Warrielllii 

Kosciuski |[j] 

Lawr.jiici kj 

Oraug, (ji 

Allei 1,1 

Perrj Ji 

\ ig' 1:1 

Shelby If 

Ca., li 

lianr\ |j 

Scot; (ii 

Lnioi Ij, 

Wabas! I, 

Craw fori i,, 

Nobli «,, 

^ Perrjfe 

LaGrangi (j, 

Adam; i(, 

Cas; Kj 

Montgomery |„ 

Ai'aiii'! ij, 

Greenf J,, 

Noblt loi 

Allei („ 

WashiiigtoiJ |„ 

I 111 
i:ikhar( (^ 



POST OFFICES — INDIANA. 



Post Office. 
^ookport 

<olm;i 

»0^:lll9port 

i(ni;;wooii 

oi.>L'ooteo 

lusiiutville 

otiis 

jovcly Dale 
iowcil 

owell Mills 

uray 

ushers 

ynii 

yiinville 

V'Mi 's Station 
tfc Cameron 
fcC irdsville 
'fi.ruy's Stat'OD 
Ict'iitehanrille 
IcDijuald'i 
fac« 
failison 
tai:ei ica 
fa:;iiolia 
fahon 

■laiifUestcr 
fanliattau 
Ian ilia 
lanstield 
laiiville 
faples 
larca 
tar^y 
Iari;ngo 
lariali Hill 
larietta 
larioii 
lai'kle 
larkleville 
larinont 
lar-h Oreek 
lar^hfield 
lai-tinsburg 
lartiusville 

artz 

fasdillon 
(aiK-kport 
laxinkuckee 
leilianisburg 
tcclianicksville 
ledarysville 
fedora 
lemiihis 
[orciiry 
lerom 
lerrian 
[cTrillville 
k'tamoru 
letL-a 
lets 
lexico 

iauii 

lichigan City 
[ichijrantown 
liddletury 
fiddle Fork 
liddletowu 
fid way 
lier 
fifflin 
lilaii 
fill'ord 
fill Ark 
lilleisburg 
lil ler's Station 
tillhousea 

ill port 
iilltowu 
lillville 
filroy 
lilton 
lisliawaka 
litchell 
Iixer3ville 
tongoqiiinong 
loiii tor 
foumoutli 
lonon 
toil roe 
fouroeville 
lourovia 
touterey 
'ontez 
lontezuma 
foQtgomery 



Count!/. 

Carroll 

Wabash 

Dearborn 

Cass 

Shelby 

Fayette 

Martin 

Randolph 

Union 

Knox 

Lake 

Bartholomew 

Dubois 

Henry 

Perry 

Kandolpli 

Warrick 

Fayette 

Martin 

Hancoek 

Decatur 

Vauderburg 

Orange 

Montgomery 

Jert'erson 

Huntington 

Crawford 

Huntington 

Dearborn 

Putnam 

Rush 

Parke 

Jeft'orson 

Allen 

Greene 

La Grange 

Crawford 

Spencer 

Shelby 

Grant 

Huntington 

Madison 

Marshall 

Gibson 

Warren 

Washington 

Morfran 

Clay 

Allen 

Harrison 

Marshall 

Henry 

Pulaski 

Pulaski 

Jackson 

Clark 

Madison 

Sullivan 

Noble 

Lake 

Franklin 

Cass 

Steuben 

Miami 

Laporte 

Clinton 

Elkhart 

Clinton 

Henry 

Spencer 

Grant 

Crawford 

Ripley 

Kosciusko 

Fulton 

Elknart 

Lake 

Decatur 

Jackson 

Crawford 

Henry 

Rush 

Wayne 

St. Joseph 

Lawrence 

Franklin 

La Grange 

Tippecanoe 

Adams 

White 

Jay 

Allen 

Morgan 

Pulaski 

Cass 

Parke 

Jennings 



15 



Post Office, 



Count )/. 



M°''"Y,. Jackson 

Mooreheld Switzerland 

Moore's Hill Dearborn 

Mooresvillo Morgan 

Moore's Vineyard 

Bartholomew 



Moral 

Morgantown 
Morgiana 
^forocco 
Morris 
Morristown 
Morton 
Mortonsville' 
Mosco w 

Mountain Springs 
Mount Auburn 
Mount Carmel 
Jfoiiut Comfort 

MountEtna ....s.v., 

Mount Healthy Bartholomew 

Mount Hope Do Kail 

Mount Ijiberty 

Mount Meridian 

Mount Moriah 

Mount Pisgah 

Mount Prospect 

Mount Sterling 

Mount Vernon 



Shelby 

Morgan 

Lawrence 

Newton 

Ripley 

Shelby 

Putnam 

CI intou 

Rush 

Martin 

Shelby 

Franklin 

Haiieocl; 

Huntington 



lontgomery's Station Daviess 
Conti'cello White 

[outmorency Tippecanoe 

[ontpeliui Blackford 



Muddy Fork 

Mud Lick 

Mulberry 

Muueie 

Murray 

Napoleon 

Nash Depot 

Nashville 

Natchez 

Nebraska 

Necessity 

Neff 

Nevada 

New Albany 

New Alsace 

New Amsterdam 

New Bellsvillo 

Newborn 

Newberry 

New Boston 

New Britton 

Newburg 

New Burlington 

New Carlisle 

New Castle 

New Corner 

New Corydon 

New Cumberland 

New Durhaui 

New Elizabeth 

New Farmiugton 

New Garden " 

New Goshen 

New Harmony 

New Haven 

New Holland 

New Lancaster 

New Lebanon 

New Lisbon 

New London 

New Marion 

New JIaysville 

New Mount Pleasant 

New Paris _ 

New Philadelphia Washington 
New Pittsburg Kamhdph 

Newport VermilHoii 

New Providence Clark 

New Retreat Washington 

New Richmond Montgomery 
New Ross " 

New Salem Rnsli 

New Salisbury Harrison 

Newton Stewart Orange 

Newtonville Spencer 

Newtown Ftuiutain 

New Trenton Franklin 

Newville De Kalb 

New Washington Clark 

New Waverly Cass 

New Winchester Hendricks 
NieholsonviUe Putnam 

Niconza Miami 

Nine Mile Allen 

Nineveh Johnson 

Noah Shelby 

Noble C H NobU- 

Noblesville Hamilton 

Normanda Tipton 

North Bend Stark 

North East Steuben 

Northern Depot Boone 

'Northtield 



Bro w n 

Putnam 

Brown 

LaGraiige 

Crawford 

Switzerland 

Posey 

Clark 

Jeflersou 

Clinton 

Delaware 

Wells 

Ripley 

Vauderburg 

Brown 

Marti u 

Jennings 

Brown 

Randolph 

Tipton 

Floyd 

Dearborn 

Harrison 

Brown 

Bartholomew 

Greene 

Spencer 

Hamilton 

Warrick 

Delaware 

St. Jose(ih 

Henry 

Delaware 

Jay 

Grant 

Laiiorte 

Hendricks 

Jackson 

Wavne 

Vigo 

Posey 

Allen 

Wabash 

Tipton 

Sullivan 

Henry 

Howard 

Ripley 

Putnam 

Jav 

Elkhart 



Post Office. 

North Galveston 

North Hogau 

North Judson 

North Libi-rtv 

North iladisou 

North 31ancln;ster 

Nurthport 

North Salem 

Notre Dame 

Nottingham 

Nunia 

Oak 

O.tkdale 

Oakdam 

Oak Farm 

Oakford 

Oak Forrest 

Oak (irove 

Oakland 

Oakland City 

Oak Station 

Oak Woods 

Oeeola 

Ogden 

Oil Creek 

Oldenbuig 

ilb'an 

Olive Hill 

Oneida 

Ontario 

Onward 

Orange 

Orangeville 

Orchard Grove 

Oregon 

Organ Spring 

Orion 

Orland 

Orleans 

Osgood 

Ossian 

Oswego 

Otto 

Otwell 

Ovid 

Owensburg 

Oweusville 

Owl Prairie 

Oxford 

Padiria 

Palestine 

Palmyra 

Paoli 

Paris 

Parker 

Parkersburg 

Parker's Settlcme 

Parkville 

Patoka 

Patricksburg 

Patriot 

Paw Paw 

Paxton's 

Peeksburg 

Pekin 

t*endleton 

Pennville 

Peppertown 

Perkinsville 

Perry 

Perrysbnrg 

Perry sville 

Peru 

Petersburg 

Pettit 

Phelps 

Philadelphia 

Pickard's Mills 

Pierceton 

l*ierceviile 

Pilot Grove 

Pilot Knob 

Pimento 

Pine City 

Pittsboro' 

Pittsburg 

Plaintield 

I'laiuville 

Pleasant 

Pleasant GroTO 

I'leasant Hill 

Pleasant Lak-! 

Pleasant Mills 

Pleasant Itidge 

Plymouth 

Po 

Point Commerce 

I'oint Isabel 

l>olnnd 

P.ilk P.atch 

Pond Crccli Mills 

Pond Grove 



County, 1 

Kisciusko 
Ripley I 
Stark 
St, Joseph I 
Jellerson ' 
Wabash 1 
Noble! 
Hendricks 
St. Joseph 
Wells 
Parke 1 
Pulaski I 
Jennings ' 
Vauderburg 
H row It 
Howard 
Franklin 
J as pel 
Spencer 
Gil'osn 
Kniix 
Grunt 

St, Jujcpli 

Heiirv 
Terry 
Franklin 
Ripley 
Wayne 
Kosciusko 
La Grange 
C.iss 
Fayette 
Or.mge 
l.alie 
Clark 
Washington 
KoseiiKko 
Steuben 
Orange 
Uii.lev 
Wells 
Kosciusko 
Clark 
Pike 
Mad ison 
Greene 
Gibson 
Daviess 
Benton 
Crawlord 
Kosciusko 
Harrison 
Orange 
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Owen 
Switzerland 
Miami 
Sullivan 
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Mudisou 
Jay 
Franklin 
Madison 
Allen I 
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Allen 
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Clinton I 
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Crawford 
Vigo 
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P^t Office. 

Poolesville 

P"plar GruT« 

PortersviUe 

Portland 

Portland Mills 

Pose_\ ville 

Poitun 

Prailie 

Prairie Creek 

Prairie Eugo 

Prairietua 

Prescott 

Priam 

Price 

Princeton 

Prince William 

Prowsville 

Pulaski 

PutnamvilU 

Queeujville 

yiiercus Grove 

Uuiucy 

Kaglesville 

Uamsville 

Halcigh 

Randall 

Raysville 

Reolsville 

Reese's Jlill 

Rci 

Reiffsburg 

RenimingtoQ 

Rensselaer 

Reserve 

Retreat 

Ri-ynolds 

Richurdsua 

Riclilaud 

Richuioud 

Rich Valley 

Riehwooils' 

Ridgeville 

Rigdon 

Ringgold 

Rising Sua 

River Vale 

iCoanoke 

Rob Roy 

Rochester 

Rocklield 

Rockford 

Rocki<ort 

U lekvillc 

Roger.fville 

Rolling Prairie 

Rome 

Roinncy 

Ronu 

Root 

Rojudnle 

Rose Hill 

Roioville 

R.MrjWood 

Rjss 

Russburg 

Ro,isville 

Rotlirnek.i Mill) 

Rwyal Couli-r 

Royaltoi) 

RuaIiviIic 

Russell's Mills 

Russellvillu 

Russiatillo 

Ruth.rforJ 

•Saiut John 

,Saiiit Leon 

■Saiut Louis Cri» 

.Saint Mary's 
Saint .Mitiiricu 
Saint Meinrad 
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S.tiut Piter's 
Saint Wendel's 
.Sslamoain 
SiiUin 

Snleni Center 
Suit Creek 
S'lltilluville 
Saluda 
Sandfurd 
San Jacinto 
San Pjeru 
Santa CUus 
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Fast Office. 

Seafield 

SelK'Vsburg 

.Sflm:l 

Sevastopol 

Seymour 

Sha.i;^iiai 

Shaunondale 

Sharon 

Sharp's Jlills 

Sharpsville 

Shawnee Mouud 

Sheasville 

Sheilville 

Shelbiirn 

Shelbyville 

Sidney 

Silver Lake 

Silverville 

Six Mile 

Slash 

Slate 

Slate Cut 

Sligo 

Smelser's Mills 

Smitlihiud 

Smithville 

Smyrna 

Sno'lily's Mills 

Snow Hill 

Solsberry 

Somerset 

Somerville 

South Bend 

South Betheny 

South Boston 

South Cleaveland 

South Gate 

South Martin 

South Milford 

Southport 

South VVest 

South Whitley 

Spade's Depot 

Spauldingville 

Sparksville 

Sparta 

S partanbuvg 

S pears ville 

Spencer 

Spencerville 

Spicelaud 

Spring Creek 

.Sping Dale 

Springfield 

Springfield Mills 

Spring Hill 

Springtowu 

Springville 

Stamper's Creek 

Stanford 

Star 

Star City 

State Line 

Staunton 

Steam Coruer 

Steeles 

StewartsviUe 

Stilesville 

Stinesville 

Stip'sHill 

Stockdale 

Stockton 

Stockwell 

Stoney Point 

Storm's Creek 

Strawberry Ridge 

St raw town 

Stringtown 

Sugar Branch 

Sugar Creek 

Sugar Grove 

Sugar River 

Sullivan 

Sulphur Hill 

Sulphur Springs 

Summit 

Summitville 

Sumner 

Sumption Prairie 

S unman 

Swan 

Swanville 

Sylvania 

Syracuse 

Tarn pi CO 

Tissinong Grove 

Taylorsville 

Tell City 

Terre Coupee 

Terre Haute 

Tetersburg 

Texas 



County. 

White 

Clark 

Delaware 

Kosciuskc 

Jackson 

Howard 

Montgomery 

Delaware 

Harrison 

Tipton 

Tippecanoe 

Morgan 

Hamilton 

Sullivan 

Shelby 

Fulton 

Kosciusko 

Lawrence 

Jennings 

Grant 

Jennings 

Clark 

Marshall 

Rush 

Shelby 

Monroe 

Decatur 

Fountain 

Randolph 

Greene 

Wabash 

Gibson 

St. Joseph 

Bartholomew 

Washington 

Whitley 

Franklin 

Martin 

La Grange 

Marion 

Elkhart 

Whitley 

Ripley 

Knox 

Jackson 

Dearborn 

Randolph 

Brown 

Owen 

De Fvalb 

Henry 

Cass 

Harrison 

Franklin 

Noble 

Decatur 

Hendricks 

Lawrence 

Orange 

Monroe 

Rush 

Pulaski 

Warren 

Clay 

Fountain 

Rush 

Posey 

Hendricks 

Monroe 

Franklin 

Miami 

Owen 

Tippecanoe 

Jetterson 

Jennings 

Pulaski 

Hamilton 

Ripley 

Switzerland 

Hancock 

Tippecanod 

Montgomere 

Sullivan 

Shelby 

Henrj' 

Whitley 

Madison 

Rush 

St. Joseph 

Riplev 

Noble 

Jefferson 

Parke 

Kosciusko 

Jackson 

Porter 

Bartholomew 

Perry 

St. Joseph 

Vigo 

Tipton 

Washington 



Post Office. 



Thorn town 

Tippecanoe Town 

Tipton 

Titusville 

Tobinsport 

Tollers ton 

Tor(mto 

Trafalgar 

Transitville 

Trask 

Trenton 

Trinity Springs 

Tripton 

Troy 

Tunnelton 

Turkey Creek 

Tiirman'sCreek 

Twelve Mile 

Twin Corners 

TynerCity 

Union 

Union City 

Union jMills 

Unionville 

Urbana 

Utica 

Valeene 

Valley City 

\ alley Mills 

Valonia 

Val paralso 

Van Buren 

Vandal ia 

Vera Cruz 

Vernon 

Versailles 

Vevay 

Victor 

Vienna 

Vineennes 

Vistula 

Volga 

Wabash 

Wadesville 

Wailsboro' 

Wakarusa 

Walkersville 

Walkerton - 

Wallace 

W Inut Hill 

Walpole 

Walton 

Wanatah 

Warren 

Warrington 

Warsaw 

Washington 

Washington Center 

Waterford 

Waterloo 

W.aterloo City 

Waterman 

Wauhoo 

Waveland 

Wavcrly 

Wawaka 

Waw-pe-eong 

Way 

AVayuesburg 

Waynetowu 

Waynesville 

Webster 

Weisburg 

Wesley 

West Baden 

WestBuena Vista 

Westchester 

West Creek 

Westfield 

West Kinderhook 

W'estland 

West Lebanon 

West Newton 

West Point 

Westport 

Westville 

Wheatland 

Wheatonvil 

Wheatville 

Wheeler 

Wheeling 

Whitcomb 

White Creek 

White Hall 

White Land 

White Lick 

Whitestown 

Whitesville 

Whitewater 

Wild Cat 

Williamsbur; 

Williamsport 



County. 

Boone 

Marshall 

Tipton 

Ripley 

Perry 

Lake 

Vermillion 

Johnson 

Tippecanoe 

Grant 

R.andolph 

Martin 

Jennings 

Perry 

Lawrence 

Steuben 

Sullivan 

Cass 

Cass 

Marshall 

Pike 

Randolph 

Laporte 

Monroe 

Wabash 

Clark 

Orange 

Harrison 

Marion 

Jackson 

Porter 

Clay 

Owen 

WeUs 

Jennings 

Ripley 

Switzerland 

De Kalb 

Scott 

Knox 

Elkhart 

Jefferson 

Wabash 

Posey 

Bartholomew 

Elkhart 

Jasper 

, St. Joseph 

Fountain 

Marshall 

Haucock 

Cass 

Laporte 

Huntington 

Hancock 

Kosciusko 

Daviess 

Whitley 

La Porte 

^ Fayette 

De"Kalb 

Parke 

Vigo 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Noble 

Miiam 

Ripley 

Decatur 

JEontgomery 

Bartholomew 

Waj'ne 

Dearborn 

Montgomery 

Orange 

Gibson 

Jay 

Lake 

Hamilton 

Tipton 

Hancock 

Warren 

Marion 

Tippecanoe 

Decatur 

Laporte 

Knox 

Warrick 

Miami 

Porter 

Delaware 

Franklin 

Jackson 

Owen 

Johnson 

Boone 

Boone 

Montgomery 

Wayne 

Carrol 

Wayne 

Warren 



Post Office. 

Williamstown 

Wilmington 

Wilmot 

Willow Branch 

Winchester 

Windfall 

Windsor 

Winfield 

Winnamac 

Winslow 

Winterrowd 

Wintersville 

Winthrop 

Wirt 

Wolcott 

Wolcottville 

Wolf Creek 

Woodbury 

Woodland 

Woodville 

Wooster 

Woostertown 

Worthington 

Worthsville 

Wright 

Wright's Mills 

Wright's Corners 

Wyandotte 

Wynn 

Xenia 

Yankeetown 

Yellow Creek 

York Center 

Yorktown 

Yorkville 

Zanesville 

Zenas 

Zimsburg 

Zionsville 



County. 

Decatur 

Dearborn 

Noble 

Hancock 

Randolph 

Tipton 

Randolph 

Lake 

Pulaski 

Pike 

Shelby 

Decatur 

Grant 

Jefferson 

White 

La Grange 

Marshall 

Hamilton 

St. Joseph 

Jackson 

Kosciusko 

Scott 

Greene 

Johnson 

Greene 

Parke 

Dearborn 

Tippecanoe 

Franklin 

Miami 

Warrick 

Kosciusko 

Steuben 

Delaware 

Dearborn 

Wells 

Jennings 

Madison 

Boone 



Iow<a. 



Post Office. 

Abingdon 

Ackley 

Adel 

Adelphi 

Afton 

Agency City 

Agricola 

Ainsworth 

Albany 

Albia 

Albion 

Albright 

Alden 

Algona 

Algonquin 

Allemakee 

Allen's Grove 

Allison 

Al moral 

Alpine 

Alton 

Amador 

Amish 

Amity 

Anamosa 

Anderson 

Andrew 

Apple Grove 

Aquilla Grove 

Arbor Hill 

Areola 

Argo 

Ashland 

Atalissa 

Atlanta 

Attica 

Auburn 

Augusta 

Aurora 

Avon 

Bach Grove 

Baden 

Baker 

Bangor 

Bankston 

Banner Valley 

Ballyclough 

Barclay 

Barryville 

Bear Grove 

Bedford 

Beetrace 

Belinda 

Belfast 

Belle Air 



County, 

Jefferson 

Hardin 

Dallas 

Polk 

Union 

Wapello 

Mahaska 

Washington 

Davis 

Monroe 

3[arshall 

Des Moines 

Hardin 

Kossuth 

Butler 

Allemakee 

Scott 

DuBaque 

Delaware 

Wapello 

Dallas 

Wapello 

Johnson 

cott 

Jones 

Clayton 

Jackson 

Polk 

Winneshiek 

Adair 

Monona 

Lucas 

Wapello 

JIuscatine 

Buchanan 

Marion 

Mahaska 

Des Moines 

Keokuk 

Polk 

Wright 

Keokuk 

Jefterson 

Marshall 

Dubuque 

Linn 

Dubuque 

Black Hawk 

Delaware 

Guthrie 

Taylor 

Appanoose 

Luoas 

Eee 

Johnson 



Post Office. 

Belle Fountain 

Belle Plain 

Bellevue 

Belmond 

Bt-lvidere 

Bennington 

Benton 

Benton's Port 

Berlin 

Bertriim 

Bethel 

Bethlehem 

Big Grove 

Big Mound 

Big Rock 

Big Springs 

Birmingham 

Blairstown 

Blakeville 

Bloomfield 

Bloomingtou 

Blue Grass 

Blue Point 

Bluffton 

Bon Accord 

Bonaparte 

Boone 

Boonesboro' 

Boon Spring 

Border Plains 

Botany 

Botavia 

Boulder 

Bower's Prairie 

Boyer River 

Boylin's Grove 

Bradford 

Brandon 

Bridgeport 

Brighton 

Bristol 

Brock 

Brookfield 

Qroo'ilyn 

Brookville 

Brownsville 

Brush Creek 

Brushy Valley 

Buchingham 

Buck Creek 

Buckeye 

Buena Vista 

Buffalo 

I'.uffalo Fork 

Buffalo Grove 

Buncombe 

Burgess 

Burk 

Burlington 

Burr Oak 

Business Corner 

Butler 

Butler Center 

Butler Hill 

Busti 

Cairo 

Caledonia 

Caldwell 

Calhoun 

Calmar 

Calmus 

Caloma 

Camanche 

Cambria 

Cambridge 

Camden 

Campton 

Canoe 

Canton 

Capoli 

Cardiff 

Carl 

Carlisle 

Carrolton 

Carthage 

Cascade 

Cassaday 's Corners 

Cass Centre 

Castalia 

Castle Grove 

Castleville 

Cedar Bluff 

Cedar Falls 

Cedar Rapids 

Cedar Valley 

Central City 

Center 

Center Point 

Centerville 

Ceres 

Chandaller 

Chapin 



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County. 

Siahask 
Banto 
Jackso 
Wrigl 
Monon 
Mario 
Mill 
Van Bure 
Hardi 
Lin 
Fa/ett 
■ft ayn 
Pottawatorai 
Le 
' Scot 
Louis 
Van Bure 
Bento 
Black Haw 
Dav; 
Pol 
Scot 
Powshie 
Winnishie 
Johnso 
Van Bure 
Dalla 
Boon 
Clin to I 
Webste 
Shelb. 
Jefferso! 
Lin: 
Jone 
Craw for 
Butle 
Chickasaw 
Bnchanai 
Jar 
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Olia;-: 
Mailivii. 
Jeirur-.i| 
Miteliel. 
Fayett 
Guthri" 
Tam^ 
Breme: 
Tami 
Clintoi 
Scot 
Kossutl 
Buehanai 
Dubuqu 
Clintoi 
Bentoi 
DesMoine 
Winneshiel 
Van Burei 
K'Jukul 
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Emmei 
Ho ware 
Louisi 
Ringgoh 
Appanoos; 
Harrisoi 
Winneshie) 
Clintoi 
Marioi 
Clin'^oi 
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POST OFFICES — IOWA. 



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iJlavt'ord 
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i.'heiuist 
Jheriikee 
i!hick;i3aw 
Jhilioothe 
I'hristiansburg 
'inciuaati 
Jlautou 
i^lariuda 
Jlar 
Slayton 
U«Hr Creek 
dear Lake City 
'lermoat 
■liftun 
-'liatua 
jlio 
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•oal Creek 
'oaltoQ 
oleshurg 
oU'ax 

ollege Farm 
oUege Spriug 
olo 

OlOQV 

olumbia 

olumbus City 

omet 

ommunia 

ompetiae 

om-tock 

onlideiice 

oon Rapid3 

opi 

orrectionville 

ory 

orydon 

ottaie 

ottage Hill 

ottoii Grove 

Ottonville 

oancil Bluffs 

aunoil Hill 

II Creek 
rane Creek 
rawfordsviUe 
rescent City 
ross 

rotoii 

rystal 

ula 

ahlonega 

akota 

alias 

almanutha 

anfurth 

anville 

avenport 

avis Cree 

ayton 

sca'ur 

jcorah 

Sep Rirer 

ierfield 

>lanti 

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tnisoa 

jnmark 

iniiis 

inver 

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County, 

Lucas 

Floyd 

Cedar 

Butler 

Lee 

Clinton 

Buchanan 

Dallas 

Jones 

Jones 

Tama 

Davis 

Cherokee 

Chickasaw 

Wapello 

Appanoose 

Madison 

Page 

V> ashington 

Clayton 

Allemakee 

Cerro Gordo 

Fayette 

Louisa 

Clinton 

Wayne 

Jasper 

Keokuk 

Monroe 

Delaware 

Jasper 

Story 

Page 

Story 

Delaware 

Marion 

Louisa 

Mahaska 

Clayton 

■\Vapello 

Wapello 

^V'ayne 

Carroll 

Johnson 

Woodbury 

Fremont 

Wayne 

Hardin 

Dubuque 

Henry 

Jackson 

Pottawatomie 

Clayton 

Howard 

Washington 

Pottawatomie 

Ringgold 

Lee 

Tama 

Monroe 

Wapello 

Humbolt 

Marion 

Guthrie 

Johnson 

Des Moines 

Scott 

Washington 

Bremer 

Decatur 

Winneshiek 

Poweshiek 

Chickasaw 

Hardin 

Delaware 

Crawford 

Lee 

Appanoose 

Bremer 

Dubuquo 

Polk 

Clinton 

Washington 

Keokuk 

Scott 

Guthrie 

Des Moi nes 

Mitchell 

Allemakee 

Van Buren 

Fayette 

Lee 

Cedar 

Davis 

Linn 

Dubuque 

Cedar 
Washington 



Pout Office. 

Dyersville 

Eagle 

Ragle Grove 

Earlville 

F.ast Melrose 

Eatonville 

Edenville 

Eddyville 

Eden 

Edinburjr 

Edna 

Edom 

Eldora 

El Dorado 

Elgin 

Elk 

Elkader 

Elkport 

Elk River 

Ellington 

Ellsworth 

Elm Springs 

Elon 

Ely 

Emmet 

Emmettsburgh 

English Settlement 



H. 



Enterprise 

Epworth 

Estella 

EsthervilleC 

Eugene 

Eveland Grove 

Exira 

Fairbank 

Fairfax 

Fairfield 

Fairport 

Fairview 

Fandon 

Farley 

Farmersburg 

Farmer's Creek 

Farmington 

Fayette 

Fern Valley 

Festina 

Filmore 

Flint 

Florence 

Floris 

Floyd 

Fontanelle 

Fontaine 

Foote 

Forrest City 

Forest Hill 

Forest Home 

Foreston 

Porestville 

Forks 

Fort Atkinson 

Fort Dodge 

Fort Madison 

Fort Plain 

Frankfort 

Franklin 

Franklin Centre 

Frauklin Grove 

Frank Pierce 

Franklin Prairie 

Frankville 

Frederica 

Fredericksburg 

Fredonia 

Freedom 

Freelaud 

Freeport 

Fremont 

French Creek 

Friend's Grove 

Frveburg 

Fuller's Mills 

Fulton 

Funk's Mills 

Galesburf! 

Garden Grove 

Garibaldi 

Garnaville 

Garry Owen 

Gaston 

Gem 

Genesee 

Geneva 

Genoa 

Genoa Bluff 

Georgetown 

Germanville 

Girard 

Gilbert 

Gilbertville 

Givona 



Count!/, 

Dubuque 

Bremer 

Wright 

Delaware 

ilouroe 

Howard 

Marshall 

Wapello 

Fayette 

Jones 

Cass 

Keokuk 

Hardin 

Fayette 

Decatur 
Clayton 

Clinton 

Hancock 

Madison 

Butler 

Allemakee 

Marion 

Emmet 

Palo Alto 

Marion 



Post Office. 



Black Hawk 
Dubuque 
Ringgold 
Emmet 
Ringgold 
Mahaska 
Audubon 
Buchanan 
Liun 
Jefferson 
Mnscatine 
Jones 
Allamakee 
Dubuque 
Clayton 
Jackson 
Van Buren 
Fayette 
Palo Alto 
Winneshiek 
Dubuque 
Mahaska 
Benton 
Davis 
Floyd 
Adair 
Hardin 
Xowa 
Winnebago 
Louisa 
Poweshiek 
Howard 
Delaware 
Tama 
Winneshiek 
Webster 
Lee 
Warren 
Montgomery 
Decatur I 
Lee 
Page ! 
Johnson 
Winneshiek 
Winneshiek 
Bremer 
Chickasaw 
Louisa 
Lucas 

Winneshiek 

Mahaska 

Allemakee 

^Varren 

Wright 

Jones 

Jackson 

Decatur 

Jasper 

Decatur 

Keokuk 

Clayton 

Jackson 

Fremont 

Clayton 

Cerro Gordo 

Franklin 

Wayne 

Iowa 

Monroe 

Jefferson 

Clavton 

^cott 

Black Hawk 



Glasgow 

Glendale 

Glenn's 

Glenwood 

Goldfield 

Gosport 

Grand Mound 

Grand River 

Grand View 

Grandville 

Grant 

Grant City 

Gravity 

Greeley 

Green Castle 

Greenfield 

Green Mountain 

Greenvale 

Greenwood 

Grinnell 

Grove City 

Grove Creek 

Grove Hill 

Grundy Center 

Gurley 

Guthrie Center 

Gutenburg 

Halfway Prairie 

Hamburgh 

Hamilton 

Hamlin Grove 
ammondsburg 
ampton 

Hanlin 

Harlan 

Harp' Ts Ferry 

Harris Grove 

Hartford 

Hartland 

Hawlevsville 

Hazle &reen 

Uazelton 

Hebron 

Helena 

Henderson Prairi 

Hesper 

Hesperian 

Hibbsville 

Hickory 

Hickory Grove 

Higginsport 

Highland 

Highland Grove 

Hi-h Point 

Hillsborough 

Holaday's 

Holt 

Home 

Homer 
Homestead 

Hook's Point 

Hopeville 

Hopewell 

Hopkinton 

Hortun 

Howard Center 

Howardsville 

Hudson 

Huron 

Icouium 

Ida 

Illinois Grov« 

Illyria 

luJlependence C II 

Indianola C U 

Indianapolis 

Ii'urart's Grove 

Inland 

loka 

lola 

Ion 

Iowa Cent.t 

Iowa City 

Iowa Falls 

lowaville 

Iron Hills 

Irvington 

Isahell 

luka 

JacksonviHs 

Jaynesville 

JeddoCity 

Jefferson 

Jefforsonville 

Jerome 

Jessu p 

Johnson 

Jono 

Jollyville 

Kasson 

Kendrick 



Coiinty. 

Jefferson 
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Clark 

Mills 

Wright 

Marion 

Clinton 

Wayne 

Louisa 

Mabaskt 

Montgomery 

Sac 

Taylor 

Delaware 

Jasper 

Adair 

Marshall 

Dallas , 

Polk ' 

Poweshiek 

Cass 

Delaware 

Bremer 

Grundy 

Cass 

Guthrie 

Clayton 

Monroe 

Fremont 

Marion 

Audubon 

Warren 

Franklin 

Clayton 

Shelby 

Allemakee 

Harrison 

Warrec 

Worth 

Page 

Delaware 

Buchanan 

Adair 



Pott Office. 

Keokuk 

Keosiuqaa 

Kilbourn 

Kinisaw 

King 

Kingston 

Kingston City 

KirksvilU 

Knoxville 

Koisuih 

Kosxta 

Lacelle 

Lacoua 

Lacy 

Ladora 

Lafayette 

Lu Grange 

Lake 

Lake City 

Lakiu's tiroT* 

LaHott« 

Lancaster 

Langwortby 

Lansing 

L&porie 

Laporte City 

Laredo 

Latimer 

La Vega 

Lawrenceburg 

Lebanon 

Le Claire 

Le Giaod 

LeiKhtoa 

Leo 

Leon 

Leroy 

Lester 

Lewis 

Lewisburg 

Lexington 

Liberty 

Liberty Center 



CuiMty. 

Lee 
Van Bares 



Clayton 

Winneshiek 

Webster 

Appau'jose 

Van Buren 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Clavton 

Jones 

Decutur 

Heury 

Adair 

Taylor 

Van Buren 

Hamilton 

Iowa 

Hamilton 

Clark 

Mahaska 

Delaware] Luui 
Bremer | Lura 
Howard , Lybrand 



Floyd 

Black Hawk 

Des )!oiaes 

A p pauoose 



l.ycurgus 

Lynn 

LynnvilU 

Lvons 

Ida] Lvtlc City 

Marshall >fii;refor 

Fayette 

Buchanan 

Warren 

^lahaska 



Tama 

Dabaqae 

DMMu.an 

LiBB 

WaptlU 

Marium 

DeiMoiBM 

!<>«• 

C.rk 

^ xxtt% 

Mujcatia« 

I. .a 

Liam 

Lura« 

Wxa'. ,tij[toa 

dlL'jua 

limmiltoa 

Jackwa 

Kcvkak 

JoBC* 

AUemake* 

Clart 

Black Hawk 

Maha*ka 

Warrta 

Dei Mo Bc< 

M'arrcB 

Via Harra 

-Scon 

Mar<kall 

Mtbuka 

Kayctu 

Dvcatar 

BrrBir 

Black Ua«k 

Wti at 

Tai'lor 

dark 

Warrea 

JeVereoa 

PayelU 

Howard 

Polk 

De< Mo IBM 

LiBB 

Hardia 

OlaytoB 

HsrrlwB 

ArpasooB* 

JrScfBuB 

W I B Bok irk 

Keuaik 

LoalBB 

MoarM 

Cniar 

fleary 

CIlBUIB 

ClayUB 

Way a* 

Wriitkl 

CaM 

AllrBUe* 

AIlrmaktB 

Warrra 

Jaaper 

Cllaiaa 

la>a 

Clariaa 

MrKissack'l Grove Kreaoal 

Macedonia PeUwalUail* 



Tama ' Liberty ville 



Lima 

Lime Spring 

Lincoln 

Linton 

Lisbon 

Lithopolis 

Littleport 

Little Siuux 

Livingston 

Loekndtc 

Locust Lane 

Lett's Creek 

Louii'a Center 

Lovilia 

Lowden 

Lowell 

Low Moor 

Luana 

Lucerne 



Macksrille 
Mada 



Mahaska! Kennebec 



Ringgold j Madison 

Oedar Magnolia 

Keokuk Makee 

Marion Malcom 

Allemakee Malvern 

Story Hancheater 

Johnson Mangoldville 

Hardin Manti 

Van Buren Manteno 

Jackson Maplrton 

Kossuth MaquokcU 

Jackson M«rcr 

Tama Marble Roek 

Chickasaw M«r.nK» 

Bremer Marietta 

Harrison Marion 

Dubuque Jlanhall 

Lee Manballl.'wa 

Appanoojc MarliiKlorg 

Buchanan Ma«.>iil'iiT 

Jones Ma«oniii!f 

Iowa Maxilliea 

Lee MartvllU 

Madison Maiflcld 

(Jreioe M^al" 

Honaoa MechieiBrrillt 



Oslkr<« 

OctkfW 
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AlUaakM 

r«*«aMak 

JskaMs 

IVIlIUV 

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NWB 

Marikall 
Libs 

II. BIT 

Mtrikan 

Orr>n«r«> 

C«rT«0«H« 

<V4ar 

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BrMBBf 

rat. 

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18 



POST OFFICES — IOWA. 



Pust Office. 



Memphis 

Memory 

Meiinon 

Jlenlor 

MiiMIe River 

Mulilk-tnwn 

Jliil I'nvirie 

Mil ford 

M 11 

Milledgeville 

Miili^ray 

Millcrsburg 

Mill Grove 

Mill ruck 

Mill.'ille 

Milton 

MiiiLTal Ridge 

Minerva 

Mitchell 

Mitchville 

Modail 

Moflitt's Grove 

Mona 

Monmouth 

Monona 

Monroe 

Monterey 

Montezuma 

Montgomery 

Jlontizello 

Montrose 

Moravia 

Jlorsan 

MorningSnn 

llovrisliurg 

Moscow 

Mount Algor 

Moant Auburn 

Mount Ayr 

Mount Olive 

Mount Washington 

Mount Zion 

Mt. Hope 

Mt. Pleasant 

Mt. Sterling 

3It. Vernou 

JFuscatine 

Nashua 

National 

Kautrill 

Necot 

Nelson 

Nemora 

Nevada 

Nevinviile 

New Alley 

Newark 

Newborn 

Newburfrh 

New Boston 

New Riida 

New Hampton 

New ilartford 

New Haven 

New Hope 

New Jeflerson 

New Liberty 

New London 

New Market 

New Oregon 

New Philadelphia 

Newport 

New Providence 

Now Sharon 

Newton 

New Town 

New Vienna 

New Virginia 

New York 

Niles 

Nino Eagles 

Nora Springs 

Norris 

North 

North English 

Northfield 

North Liberty 

Northville 



County. 

Appanoose 

Taylor 

Marion 

Bremer 

Madison 

Des Moines 

Louisa 

Clark 

Fayette 

Appanoose 

Dubuque 

Iowa 

Poweshiek 

Jackson 

Clayton 

Van Buren 

Boone 

Jasper 

Mit her 

Polk 

Harrison 

(Juthrie 

Witcliell 

Jackson 

Clayton 

Jasper 

Davis 

Poweshiek 

Wright 

Jones 

Lee 

Appanoose 

Winneshiek 

Louisa 

Guthrie 

Muscatine 

Jackson 

Benton 

Riu;:irolJ 

Jliin 

Adams 

Van Buren 

Delaware 

Henry 

Van Buren 

Linn 

jruscatiue 

Chickasaw 

Clayton 

Bremer 

Linn 

Mitchell 

Johnson 

Story 

Adams 

Winneshiek 

Marion 



Mitchell 

Lee 

Decatur 

Chickasaw 

Butler 

Washington 

Union 

Greene 

Scott 

Henry 

Van Buren 

Howard 

S tory 

Johnson 

Hardin 

Jfahaska 

Jasper 

Pottawatomie 

Dubuque 

Warren 

Wayne 

Van Baren 

Decatur 

Floyd 

Marshall 

Madison 

Iowa 

Dc9 Moiue 

Johnson 

Greene 



North Washington Chickasaw 



North wood 

Norwalk 

Nugent's Grove 

Numa 

Oakfleld 

Oakland VaU«y 

Oak Point 

Oak Spring 

Oasis 

0'3iien 

aoeoliiC. n. 

Ogden 

Ohio 



Worth 

Warren 

Linn 

Appanoose 

Audubon 

Franklin 

Van Buren 

Davis 

Jolinson 

O'Brien 

Clark 

Dubuque 

Madison 



Post Of ace. 

Okobo j i 

Old Mission 

Olmstead 

Oniuiway 

Onaway City 

Orau 

Orange 

Or lord 

Orleans 

Orono 

Osborn 

Osborne 

Osiige 

Oskaloosa 

Osprey 

Ossian 

Oswego 

Otho 

Otisville 

Otranto 

Otsego 

Ottawa 

Otter Creek 

Otto 

Ottumwa 

Owen's Grove 

O.xi'ord 

Oxford Mills 

Ozark 

Pacific City 

Page City 

Palestine 

Palmyri 

Palo 

Palo Alto 

Paris 

Parkersburg 

Parrish 

Patriot 

Pedee 

Pella 

Penora 

Peoria 

Peoria City 

Peosta 

Peru 

Peterson 

Pickaway 

pierce Point 

Pierceville 

pine 

Pilot Grove 

Pin Oak 

Pittsburg 

Plattville 

Pleasant (Jrovc 

Pleasant Hill 

Pleasant Pain 

Pleasant Prairie 

Pleasant Valley 

Pleasantvillo 

Plum Hollow 

Plymouth 

Plymouth Rock 

Point Isabelle 

Point Palestine 

Point Pleasant 

Polk City 

Port Allen 

Portland 

Port Louisa 

Port Richmond 

Postville 

Prairieburgh 

Prairie City 

Prairie Creek 

Prairie Grove 

Prairie Hill 

Prairie Mills 

Prairie View 

Prairieville 

Preparation 

Price 

Primrose 

Princeton 

Promise City 

Prospect Uill 

Pulaski 

Putnam 

Quasqueton 

C^.uebec 

tiueen City 

Queen's Point 

Quincy 

Kaglan 

Ramcssa 

Randall 

Raymond 

Read 

Redding 

Redfield 

Red Oak 



County. 

Dickenson 

Winneshiek 

Shelby 

Lou isa 

Monona 

Fayette 

Clinton 

Tama 

Appanoose 

Muscatine 

Howard 

Howard 

Mitchell 

Mahaska 

Monroe 

AUemakee 

Warren 

Webster 

Franklin 

Jlitchell 

Favette 

Clark 

Jackson 

Woodbury 

Wapello 

Cerro Gordo 

Johnson 

Jones 

Jackson 

Mills 

Page 

Johnson 

Polk 

Lmn 

Louisa 

Linn 

Butler 

Des Jloines 

Union 

Cedar 

Marion 

Guthrie 

Mahaska 

Polk 

Dubuque 

Madison 

Clay 

Benson 

Dallas 

VanBuren 

Muscatine 

Lee 

Dubuque 

Van Buren 

Taylor 

Des Moines 

Cedar 

Jefferson 

Muscatine 

Scott 

5Iarion 

Fremont 

Cerro Gordo 

Winneshiek 

Wapello 

Story 

Hardin 

Polk 

Louisa 

Van Buren 

Louisa 

Wapello 

AUemakee 

Linn 

Jasper 

Iowa 

Cliiik 

Bo ne 

Muscatine 

Ringgold 

Decatur 

Monona 

Scott 

Lee 

Scott 

Wayne 

Linn 

Davis 

Fayette 

Buchanan 

Hardin 

Adams 

Madison 

Adams 

Harrison 

Clinton 

Hamilton 

Black Hawk 

Clayton 

Rinrgoldi 

Dalla 

Cedar 



Post Office. 

Red Oak Junction 

Red Rock 

Reeder's Mills 

Riceville 

Richfield 

Richland 

Richmond 

Ridgedalc 

Riley 

Ringgold 

Rippey 

Rising Sun 

Robin 

Rochester 

Rock 

Rockdale 

Rock lord 

Rock Grove City 

Rome 

Rose Grove 

Rose Mound 

Rosette 

Rossville 

Round Grove 

Sabula 

Sac City 

Saint Ansgar 

SaintCharles 

Saint Clair 

Saint Donatus 

Saint John 

Saint Paul 

Salem 

Salina 

Sand Spring 

Sandusky 

Sandysville 

Saratoga 

Savannah 

Saylorsville 

Sciola 

Scotch Grove 

Scott 

Scott Centre 

Seventy -eight 

Shiidy Brook 

Sliaron 

Sheffield 

Shelbv 

Shell Rock 

Shell Rock Falls 

Shellsburg 

Sherman 

Sherrill's Mount 

Shobe's Grove 

Shueyville 

Sidney 

Sigel 

Sigonrney 

Simpson 

Sioux City 

Smithland 

Smyrna 

Snyder 

Solon 

South English 

South Flint 

SpiUville 

Spirit Lake 

Spragueville 

Spring Brook 

Spring Creek 

Spring Dale 

Springfield 

Spring Grove 

Spring Lake 

Spring Run 

Spring Valley 

Springville 

Springwater 

Staceyville 

Stapleton 

State Centre 

Stelapolis 

Sterling 

Stiles 

Story City 

Strawh.rry Point 

Stringtown 

Sugar Grove 

Summerhill 

Summerset 

Summit 

Suramitville 

Sumner 

Sunny Side 

Swanton 

Sweede Point 

Sweetland Center 

Svracuse 

Tabor 

Tallahomft 



County. 

Montgomery 

Iowa 

Harrison 

Mitchell 

Fayette 

Keokuk 

WashiuL'ton 

Polk 

Clark 

Ringgold 

Greene 

Polk 

Benton 

Cedar 

Cerro Gordo 

Dubuque 

Floyd 

Henry 

Hamilton 

Warren 

Cedar 

AUemakee 

Scott 

Jackson 

Sao 

Mitchell 

Madison 

Monona 

Jackson 

Harrison 

Lee 

Henry 

Jefferson 

Delaware 

Lee 

Warren 

Howard 

Davis 

Polk 

Montgomery 

Jones 

Mahaska 

Fayette 

Johnson 

Linn 

Warren 

Story 

Clark 

Butler 

Cerro Gordo 

Benton 

Poweshiek 

Dubuque 

Franklin 

Johnson 

Fremont 

Clayton 

Keokuk 

Adams 

Woodbury 

Woodbury 

Clark 

Dallas 

Johnson 

Keokuk 

Des Moines 

Winnesliiek 

Dickinson 

Jackson 

Tama 

Cedar 

Keokuk 

Linn 

Bremer 

Keokuk 

Decatur 

Linn 

Winneshiek 

Jlitchell 

Chickasaw 

Marshall 

Iowa 

Jackson 

Davis 

Story 

Clayton 

Davis 

Poweshiek 

Jackson 

Warren 

Muscatine 

Lee 

Bremer 

Buchanan 

Butler 

Boone 

Muscatine 

Bremer 

Fremont 

Lucas 



Post Office, 

Talleyrand 

Tar« 

Tarkis 

Taylor 

Taylorsville 

Thompsonville 

Timber Creek 

Tipton 

Tipton Grove 

Tivoli 

Toledo 

Toolsborough 

Toronto 

Tower Hill 

Trenton 

Tripoli 

Troy 

Twin Spring 

Tyro 

Ulster 

Union 

Union Center 

Union City 

Union Hill 

Union Mills 

Union Prairie 

Union Ridge 

Uniontowu 

Unionville 

Unity 

Upper Grove 

Upton 

Urbanna 

Utica 

V^ alley 

Valley Farm 

Van Buren 

Vandalia 

Vandyke 

Vega 

Venus 

Vernon 

Vernon Springs 

Victor 

Vienna 

Village Creek 

Vineennes 

Vinton 

Viola 

Virginia Grove 

Volga City 

Volliska 

Volney 

Waoousta 

Wagner 

Wahagbousey 

Walnut 

Walnut Fork 

Walnut Grove 

Waltliam 

Wapello 

Wa psa 

Wardena 

Ward's Corners 

Warren 

Washington 

Wassonville 

Waterford 

Waterloo 

Watertown 

Waterville 

Waubeck 

Waueoma 

Wan poton 

\V'aukou 

Waverly 

Wayne 

We6ster 

Webster City 

Weller 

Well's Mills 

Welton 

Wentworth 

West Alexander 

West Bend 

West Branch 

West Dayton 

West Fork 

West Mitchell 

Western College 

Westerville 

West Grove 

West Irving 

West Liberty 

West Point 

West Union 

Wheatland 

Wheeling 

White Cloud 

White Oak 

White Pigeon 

Whitesboro' 



County. 

Keokuk 

Dubuque 

Page 

Davis 

Fayette 

Monroe 

Marshall 

Cedar 

Hardin 

Dubuque 

Tama 

Louisa 

Clinton 

Delaware 

Henry 

Bremer 

Davis 

Winneshiek 

Poweshiek 

Floyd 

H irihn 

Jackson 

Union 

Ringgold 

Mahaska 

AUemakee 

Franklin 

Delaware 

Appanoose 

Benton 

Hancock 

Van Buren 

Benton 

Van Buren 

Washington 

Linn 

Jackson " 

Jasper 

Des Moinos 

Henry 

Madison ! 

Van Buren 

Howard 

Poweshiek i 

Marshall 

AUemakee 

Loe 

Benton 

Linn 

Louisa 

Clayton 

Montgomery ■ 

AUemakee 

Humboldt 

Clayton 

Mills I 

Jefferson) 

Jones 

Scott 

Tama 

Louisa 

Liuu' 

Fayette 

Buchanan^ 

Lee 

Washington j 

Washington) 

Jackson > 

Black Hawk' 

Floyri 

AUemakee 

Linn 

Fayette 

DuBuque 

AUemakee 

Bremer 

Henry 

Keokuk 

Hamilton 

Monroe 

Appanoose 

Clinton 

Mitchell 

Lucas 

Palo Alto 

Cedar 

Webstc 

Monona 

Mitchell 

Linn 

Decatur 

Davit 

Tama 

Muscatine 

Lee 

Fayetn 

Chntor 

Marion 

Mill! 

Blahnsl{» 

Ecohiili 

Harrieov 



Pott Of/ice, 

Wickliffe 
Williams 
AViIlow 

Williumstown 

WiUoughby 

Wilson's Urove 

Wilton Juuetion 

AV'inchester 

Wmdhiiui 

Wiiitisor 

Wiutieia 

Wiimeshiek 

Wiuter^et 

Wiuthrop 

y\' i s c a n s 1 a 

Wt.leot 

Wolf Creek 

"WuoJbiiio 

Wood bridge 

W'oudbury 

Wuoster 

Worth 

Worthingtoa 

Wyoming 

Xenia 

Xnittin 

Yankee Settlement 



County. 



Vat ton 
Yazoo 

York 

York Prairie 

Yough 

Zoai- 

Zurich 

Zwiuzle 



Jackson 
Benton 

Pottawatomie 

Chickasaw 

Hutltir 

Hremer 

Muscatine 

Van Buren 

Johnson 

Fayette 

Henry 

Winneshiek 

Madison 

Buchanan 

Warren 

Seott 

Tama 

Harrison 

Cedar 

Woodbury 

Jertersou 

Boone 

Dubuque 

Jones 

Dallas 

Wayne 

Clayton 




Washington 

Harrison 

Delaware 

Cedar 

Boone 

Johnson 

Jones 

Jackson 



Kansas. 



Post Office. 

Abilene 

Agnes City 

Albany 

Allen 

Alma 

America City 

Amoricus C .' H. 

Anagton 

Ashland 

Asli Point 

Atchison 

Auburn 

Aversbur^h 

Bui il win City 

harnesville 

Barrett 

Batchellor 

Bath 

bazaar 

Belmont 

B^-nniufrton 

Big Springs 

Bift Turkey 

Black tfack 

Blooming Crrore 

Blue Moiin-Ji 
Blue Kapiils 

Brooklyn 

Biirliugamo 

Burlington 

Camp Cie-.k 

Cautoa 

Capiuma 

Carlyle 

Carson 

Catholic Mission 

('euterville 

Oeutralia 

Cerea 

Ceresco 

lOeJar Point 

rChelsea 

iChcrrv Creek 

CirdeViUe 

Clay Center 

Clavtouvilie 

Chiton 

CiintuQ 

Coloma 

Columlni'! 

(lotton'.voiid Fallj? 

Council Groi-u 

Ci'Ojs (h'eek 

D.i}-toa 

Delaware Citv 

DeSoto 

Doniphan 

Dover 

i!aitan 



Coitnty, 

Dickinson 

Breckinridge 

Nemaha 

Breckenridge 

Wabaunsee 

Nemaha 

Breckinridge 

Atchison 

Davis 

Nemaha 

Atchison 

Shawnee 

Cttawa 

Douglas 

Bourbon 

Marshall 

Itiley 

Woodson 

_ Chase 

W oodson 

Otlowa 

Douglas 



Douglas 

Linn 

Linn 

Marshall 

Linn 

Shawnee 

Coflee 



Rden 

El Dorado 

Klizabcthtown 

Klk Creek 

Klmen laro 

Klwood 

limporia 

l^udora 

Eureka 

Kairland 

Fainnount 

Fur West 

Forest Hill 

Fort Leavenworth 

Fort Lincoln 

Fort Riley 

Fort Scott 

Franklin 

Fremont 

Gardener 

Garnett 

(JatesviUo 

(ie;.ry 

Geneva 

Grasshopper Falls 

Gleudalu 

Granada 

Grant 

Greenwood 

Guiltard'a Station 

Haddem 

Uamlin 

Ham pdcu 

Hartford 

Henryvillij 

Hiawatha 

Highland 

Holton 

Humboldt 

Huron 

Hyatt 

Indian Creek 

Indiauola 

tola 

Iowa Point 

Irving 

Jackson 

James' Crossin: 

Janesville 

Jelterson City 

Junction City 

Kanwaka 

Ka w C i ty 

Kennekuck 

Kenton 

Kickapuo City 

Kiowa 

Lafayettft 

Lamb s I'oict 

Lancaster 

Lane 

LauesborC'Ugh 

Lanesheld 

Lawrence 

Leaven wortbCityLaa 

Lecom(»ton 

Leon 

Le Koy 

Lincoln 

Little Stranj'T 

Locust Gro^e 

Lyons 

McKinney 

Madison 

Manhattan 

Maple Hill 

Mapleton 



Brcckenrid„. 

Douglas 

Greenwood 

Marshall 

Leavenwortl 

Morris 

Brcckinridg 



Bourbon 



N'ewchatel 
New Eureka 
Brownj New Lancaster 
snirley Normaiiville 

Madison Nottingham 
Uiiniphan Oakwood 
Ogden 
Ohio City 
Olathc 
Ole 

Ontario 
Osage 

Osawatomie 
Oskaloosa 
Ottawa 
Ottumwa 
Ozark 
Ozawkio 
Fadoria 
I'alermo 
Paola 
I'arallfl 
Pardee 
Paris 
Pawnee 
Pawnee Fork 
Peoria 

Pleasant Grove 
Pleasant Kidje 
Pleasant Spring 
Plum Grove 
Plymouth 
Potosi 
I'owhattan 
Prairie City 
Quindaro 
Kandol ph 
Rantoul 
Redes 
Reno 

Richardson 
Richland 
Ridge Farm 
Ridge way 



Bourbon 

Douglas 

Breckinridge 

Johnston 

Anderson 

Clay 

Doniphan 

Allen 

JeH'erson 

Bourbon 

Nemaha 

Davis 



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JaeluoniWhii.head 
Lykins Williaiu.port 
Doniphan; Willow Sp„B,, 
Marshall I Wilm.Dgtitt* 
LinnI Wincho.irr 
Kileyl WyanJoit, 
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JuhiDtun ; Xeun ° 
JeHcrson ; /.oaudalr 
Nemaha, 
Bourbon I 
Lykiiu 
•leUersun 
Praoklinl 
Coffee 



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Jcnci»i/a 
Lcaircaaortk 



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Jeffersiin I 



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Doniphau A4»,r.v,|l, 
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Mashiu^iou Albany 
Atchi»on AlexaAdrij 



Linn 
Atchison 



Marshall 

Washington 

Brown 

Coflee 

Mad 'son 

Kiley 

Brown 

Doniphan 

Jackson 

Allen 

Atchison 

Brown 

Linn 

Shawnee 

Allen „^^„„j 
Doniphan I Robinson 
Marshall I Rock Creek 

Linn j Roekford 
Jackson Rising Sun 
Greenville Rockville 
Jeflerson Rossvill 
Davi 



Franklin 

Greenwood 

Lenven worth 

Nemaha 

AtchiHon 

Breckinridf^f 

Linn i 'a 



Altendal* 

AllenvilK 

Alma 

Alpha 

Anianda 

Aulioeh 

Ajbbj'ibur; 

A<hlaud 



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Douglas 

Jefferson 

Brown 

Davis 

Leavenworth 

Peket(m 

Doniphan 

Dickinson 

Atchison 

■Franklin 

Marshall 

Johnson 



Sahutha 

Sac and Fojt Agency 

Salina Saline 

Saint George Puttawatoniif 

Saint Jlary's Mission 

Scipio 

Scotland 

Seneca 

Shawnee 

Shell Rock Falls ....... 

Sheridan (changed from 



Brown AtkmioB 
Douglas Augufta 
Leavenworto Aurora 

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Brown Bald Kajrie 
Leavenworth Bald Knob 
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Osa^t.BarJutown 
BrownlBarkidal* 
Pottawatomie j Barrick 

Bourbon Baugh'.StatioB 
Jefferson Be, rCre^k 
Miami Beard-.rtutioB 
Bear Wallow 
ReattvTille 
Bearer Dam 
Bearer Lick 
Bedford 
Beech Fork 
Be?t-hUnd 
Bee Lick 
Bee SpriBg 



Shawnee 
Brown 



Franklin i 

JeMerSiili I 

Nemabu ' 



Johnston I Bell 
Madison i Bclmout 



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- - - - - Sherman 
Douglas j Shields 
enworth I Silver Creek 
Douglas Sigel 
Jlorris I Six Mile Creek 
_ ColVec j Solomon's City 
NeinahalSpcneer 
Leavenworth Spring Dale 
Spring Uill 




Brown 

Nemaha 
Allen, 
Brown l Marion 

j Marion Cenur 

Linn I Marmaton 
Nemaha Marysvill 



Franklin Sliami Villa:;. 
Anderson Middle Ore.k 
Cha^e Mill Crock 
Butler Minertil P.iint 
Anderson } Minneola 
Jackson i Mission Creek 
Clay j Jloueka 
Brown I Monrovia 
"Washington - Montioello 

Douglas I Moore's Branch 

Woodson ! 3Iound Oicy 

Doni phan i Mount Florence 

ChasotiVIount Gilead 

Morris I Jlount Pleasant 

ttav.-altomie I Mount Sterl iug 

Bourbon I Jlount Vernoa 

Leavenworth I Muddy Creek 

Johnson ' Museotah 

Doniphan' Nashville 

Shawnee ; Neosho Fal!^ 

Leavenworth I Ncoiho K»;i>i3 



Atchison 

Lykiiis Snuiresvillo 
Douglas Stanton 
iVIsdison Sumner 
Riley Tecuinscli 
Wabaunsee Toledo 
Boiirloii Tonganoxic 
■>ouglas Topeka 
M;ii ion Towanda 
Bourbon I Troy 
Marshall ,Turkev Creek 
LvkinsI Twin Niouiid 
Chase Twin Springs 
Bourbon I Tyler's 
Anderson | Lnion 
Franklin | L'nnnda 



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Belle View 
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Bell'. Trace 
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Murhd Benton 
Saline I Berlin 
Atchison! Brrrr'9 Lick 
Ltarenwortb I Berr.V'ii Slalioa 
Johnston I Bethel 

lleihlehem 
Mewlrrvillo 
Bif Clifly 
Bix Hill 
Bu K«dy 
Bij; Kork 
Big SpriBj 
Bird«rille 
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Hitler iVaUr 
Blackford 
Black Lick 
Black WtlB'jt 
111 ark Water 
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Aielr.iton 

Shawnee 

Breckinridge 

LearonMorth 

Shawnee 

Otoe 

Doniphan 

Bourbon 

Dotigliu 

Liun 

Brown 

Clia-c 

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Clistoa 

Grvtasy 

Vk4kia4to« 

Uvpkiaa 

PeadUtoa 

Oluiniaa 

Htackea 

MankaJI 

Uu» 

CbfittUa 

Batk 

KrmaUla 

UHkaa 

«klU«* 

NeUa; 

Mankall 

Ur««M 

LaCBB 

0»)*r 

OMkaM 

Bafr«a 

0«>le^ 

OkM 

Baost 

TriBilta 

Wukiaftaa 

Llaaala 

EdBaaaea 

Moff aa 

H-!ll>M 



liaac««t 
Kraakl.a 
Mankail 
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BaU«r 

Ba<k 

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Atchison Virgil 
Johnston Wabaunsee 
Marion , Wakarusa 
J- inn I Walker 
JefTersou i Wiilnut Grove 
Anderson I Walnut Hill 
Atchison' Walton 
Bourbon j Washingtoa 
Arapahiie j Waterloo 
Aiarion I Wathena 
Atchison ; Waushara 
Coffee Waveland 
Woodson Westmoreland 
Breckinridge West PoiLt 



Malison II! 
Wji'anilKee Bill. : , : .-, 
l)'>uglav| Bohaa 
BruHnj Itolloa 
Pinipban Ib^oae 
Bouro'n, Boodc Kwraaet 
Shawnee , Booaei ille 
WaNiiinrtoni Bor>il*y 
Breckini idnri Bo<^>a 

D.niphan lljeloa Slat »« 

Erc.kinri.l«» BoaliB^ C. r-<» 

Shawnre Bord'i Sia:. a 

rottawatomic Br»Jf'rl«riil« 

L'aris Braadiakari 



Ballilt 

llaaiwk 

Lafaa 

Ban** 

M.roa 

Hali*>4 

V,l..a 

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POST OFFICES — KENTUCKY. 



Pott O/Jice. 



Urashcrville 

)irockinridg« 

Brocilings 

Bremen 

Hridgeport 

Ilrit'iisbiirg 

Hriitg'a MilU 

Uridttfw Station 

liioftilwell 

Ilruuk's Station 

Hrookvillc 

JJroniialiorough 

ilruwusvilli) 

Bnantvillo 

Itufki'je 

Ituckliura 

Btiunna Vista 

Uufonl 

nuUittsville 

Burlington 

Huriisville 

Bush's Store 

Butlersville 

Buzzard Roost 

Butler 

Cabin Creek 

Cadiz 

Cairo 

Calhoun 

California 

Callahan 

Callaway 

Camargo 

Camdenvillo 

Campbellsburg 

Campbellsville 

C&mp Creek 

Cane Spring Depot 

Cane Valley 

Cancy 

Caneyville 

Cannonsburg 

Canton 

Carlisle 

Carlow 

CarroUton 

Carrsville 

Carthage 

Cisey Creek 

Casey ville 

Cash's Knob 

Cassity 's Mills 

Catalpa Grove 

Catawba 

Callettsbnrg 

Cato 

Cave City 

Oayce's Station 

Caves 

Cedar Creek 

Cedar Springs 

Center 

Centerfleld 

Centerpoint 

Centerville 

Ceralvo 

Chapel Hill 
Chaplin 

Charleston 

Cherokee 

Cheshire's Store 

Chicago 

Ohristiansburg 

Christy's Fork 

Clarksburg 

Clay 

Claysville 

(May's Village 

Clear Creek 

Clear Fork 

('lear Spring 

Clcaveland 

Clifton's Mills 

Clifty 

Clinton 

Clintonvills 

Clio 

Cloverport 

Clyde 

(!ogar'3 Landing 

Cold Spring 

Cold Water 

Oolemansville 

Columbia C. II. 

Columbus 

Concord 

Connersville 

Consolation 

Constance 

Cool Spring 

riorai inn 

rdova 



County. 

Perry 

Pike 

Adair 

Jluhleuburg 

Franklin 

Marshall 

Ohio 

Warren 

Harrison 

Bullitt 

Bracken 

Oldham 

Edmonsou 

Garrard 



Ohio 

Harrison 

Oliio 

Boone 

Caldwell 
Laurel 
Allen 
Nicholas 
Pendleton 
Lewis 
Trigg 
Henderson 
McLean 
Campbell 
Greenup 
Harlan 
Montgomery 
Anderson 
Henrv 
Taylor 
Crittenden 
Bullitt 
Adair 
Morgan 
Grayson 
Greenup 
Trigg 
Nicholas 
Hopkins 
Carroll 
Livingston 
Campbell 
Adair 
Union 
Montgomery 
Morgan 
Greene 
Pendleton 
Boyd 
Pulaski 
Barren 
Fulton 
Carter 
Jefferson 
Allen 
Sletcalfe 
Oldham 
Monroe 
Bourbon 
Ohio 
Allen 
Nelson 
Hopkins 
Lawrence 
Anderson 
Marion 
Shelby 
Morgan 
Lewis 
Union 
Harrison 
Shelby 
Knox 
Whitley 
Graves 
Fayette 
Brcckenridge 
Todd 
}Iickman 
Bourbon 
Wayne 
Brcckenridge 
Hopkins 
Jessamine 
Campbell 
Callaway 
Harrison 
Adair 
Hickman 
Lewis 
Harrison 
Shelby 
Boono 
Ohio 
Barren 
Grant 



Post Office. 

Oornett's Mills 
Cornishvillo 
Corydon 
CJotlou Wood 
Covington 
Crab Orchard 
Creelsburg 
Crittenden 



County, 

Letcher 

Mercer 

Henilerson 

Christian 

Kenton 

Ijiuculh 

Jlussell 

Grant 



Crittenden Springs Crittenden 



Cromwell 

Cropper's Depot 

Cross Plains 

Crow's Pond 

Cuba 

Cumber. and Ford 

Curdsville 

Curry's Kun 

Cutshin 

Cyuthiana 

Cypress 

Dabney 

Dale 

Dallman'a Creek 

Dallas 

Danville 

Daysville 

Delaware 

Demossville 

Deposit 

Depot 

Devil's Creek 

Dixon C. H. 

Donaldson 

Doughty '3 Creek 

Dover 

Downingsville 

Dry Uidge 

Dublin 

Ducker'3 

Dunaway's 

Duncan 

Dycusburg 

Eagle Hill 

Karle's 

East Fork 

Eddyville 

Edmont<in 

Edmundsville 

Elizabethtowa 

Elizaville 

Elk Creek 

Elk Spring 

ElktonC. H. 

Eliston 

Elwood 

Elm 

Eminence 

Empire Iron Works 

Escipion 

Estel Furnace 

Exchange 
Fair Dealing 
Fairfield 
Fair view 
Falls of Blain 
Falls of Harrod 

Falls of Rough 

Falmouth 

Fancy Farm 

Farm Dale 

Farmer's 

Farmersville 

Farmington 

Feliciana 

Ferguson's Stati 

Fern Creek 

Fern Leaf 

Felixville 

Finchville 

Pisherville 

Flat Creek 

Flagg Spring 

Flat Lick 

Flat Rock 

Flat Woods 

Flcmingsburg 

Flippin 

Flint Islantl 

Florence 

Flower Creek 

Floydsburg 

Ford's Ferry 

Fordsville 

Forest Retreat 

Forkeof Elkhoro 

Fort Jefferson 

Foster 

Fountain Run 

Fowler's Creek 

Frankfort 

Franklin 

Franklin \^ Koads 



Ohio 

Shelby 

Barren 

Daviess 

Graves 

Knox 

Daviess 

Harrison 

Perry 

Harrison 

Union 

Pulaski 

Campbell 

Logan 

Pulaski 

Boyle 

Todd 

Daviess 

Pendleton 

Jefferson 

Graves 

Wolf 

Webster 

Trigg 

Warren 

Mason 

Grant 

Grant 

Graves 

Woodford 

Clark 

Mercer 

Crittenden 

Owen 

Muhlenburg 

Metcall 

Lyon 

Metcalf 

Barren 

Hardin 

Fleming 

Spencer 

Warren 

Todd 

Madison 

Muhlenburg 

Ballard 

Henry 

Trigg 

Logan 

Estill 

McCracken 

M.arshall 

Nelson 

Todd 

Lawrence 

Jefferson 

Grayson 

Pendleton 

Graves 

Farmer 

Rowan 

Caldwell 

Graves 



Logan 

Jefferson 

Mason 

Greene 

Shelby 

Jefferson 

Clay 

Campbell 

Knox 

Bourbon 

Marshall 

Fleming 

Monroe 

Mead 

Boone 

Pendleton 

Oldham 

Crittenden 

Ohio 

Nicholas 

Franklin 

Ballard 

Bracken 

Monroe 

Kenton 

Franklin 

Simpson 

Hardin 



Post Office. 

Franklinton 

Fredericktown 

Freedom 

Fredouia 

Friendship 

Frozen Creek 

Fruit Hill 

Fulton Station 

Gainesville 

(Jalway 

Oarduersviile 

Garnettsville 

Garrettsburg 

Garrett 

Garriot's Landing 

Geneva 

George's Creek 

Georgetown 

Germantowu 

Gills' Mills 

Ghent 

Glasgow 

Glenn Brook 

Glen's Fork 

Glencoe 

Gleudale 

Olenville 

Golden Pond 

Goochland 

Good's Precinct 

Gordonville 

Goshen 

Gouge's 

Grady v ill e 

Graefenburg 

Grant's Lick 

Grassy Creek 

Gratz 

Gray Hawk 

Grayson 

Grayson Springs 

Graysville 

Great Crossing! 

Green Castle 

Green Grove 

Green Hall 

Green River 

Greensburg 

Greenup C. H. 

G-reenville 

Grundy 

Gum Grove 

Hadensville 

Hadley 

Hague 

Hall 

Hamilton 

Hamilton's Store 

Hammonville 

Hampton's Mills 

Hanly 

Hardensburg 

Harlan 

Hardscrable 

Harmony 

Harrisonville 

Uarrodshurg 

Harreldvillo 

Hartford 

Haskinsville 

Havilandsville 

Hawesville 

Hays' Spring 

Haysville 

Hazard 

Hazle Green 

Hazlewood 

Head Qarters 

Hebbardsville 

Hearin's Store 

Hebron 

Helena 

Henderson C. H. 

Henry's ><) Roads 

Henrysvillo 

Hickman 

Hickory Flat 

Hickory tjrove 

Hico 

High Grove 

Highland 

Hillsboro' 

Hilton 

Hines' Mills 

Hodgensville 

Hood's Fork 

Hood's Run 

Hopkinsville 

Horse Shoe Bottom 

Horsewell 

Howard's Mills 

Horse Cava 



County. 

Henry 

Washington 

Case^ 

Caldwell 

Harliu 

Breathitt 

Christian 

Fulton 

Allen 

Simpson 

Pendleton 

Mead 

Christian 

Meade 

Trimble 

Henderson 

Lawrence 

Scott 

Mason 

Bath 

Carroll 

Barren 

Hart 

Adair 

Gallatin 

Hardin 

McLean 

Trigg 

Madison 

Clark 

Logan 

Oldham 

Grant 

Adair 

Shelby 

Campbell 

Morgan 

Owen 

Jackson 

Carter 

Grayson 

lodd 

Scott 

Warren 

Clinton 

Owsley 

Hart 

Greene 

Greenup 

Muhlenburg 

Pulaski 

Union 

Todd 

Warren 

Logan 

Hopkins 

Boone 

Pike 

Hart 

Morgan 

Jessamine 

Brcckenridge 

Harlan 

Grant 

Owen 

Shelby 

Mercer 

Butler 

Ohio 

Greene 

Harrison 

Hancock 

Jefferson 

Marion 

Perry 

Wolfe 

Ballard 

Nicholas 

Henderson 

Union 

Boone 

Mason 

Henderson 

Todd 

Logan 

Fulton 

Simpson 

Graves 

Callaway 

Nelson 

Bath 

Fleming 

Monroe 

Ohio 

La Rue 

Johnson 

Greenup 

Christian 

Russell 

Barren 

Montgomery 

Hart 



Post Office. 

Houston 

Howell's Springs 

Howe's Valley 

Hudsonville 

Hustinvillo 

Hutchison's 

Independence 

Indian Bottom 

Indian Spring 

Irvine 

Irvinsville 

Jackton 

Jamestown 

Jeliersontown 

Jericho 

Jessamine 

Jesse's Store 

Joe's Lick 

Johnson's Forks 

Kane 

Kansas 

Keene 

Kenton 

Kentontown 

Keysburg 

Kiddville 

Kingston 

Kinniconick 

Kirksville 

Knottsville 

Knoxville 

Lacona 

La Fayette 

La Fontaine 

La Grange C.H. 

Lair's Station 

Lancaster C. H. 

Latonia Springs 

Laura Furnace 

Liiurel Bluff 

Laurel Bridge 

Laurel Fork 

Lawrenceburg 

Lanesville 

Lead Hill 

Leander 

Lebanon 

Leesburg 

Leonard 

Levee 

Lewisport 

Lexington 

Liberty 

Licking Station 

Lindsay's Mills 

Line Creek 

Litchfield 

Little Eagle 

Little Prairie 

Little Sandy 

Livermore 

Lockport 

Lockvfood 

Locust Grove 

Locust Mills 

Logan's Mills 

Logansport 

London 

Long Run 

Long View 

Low ville 

Loretto 

Lost Creek 

Lost Run 

Lot 

Louisa 

Louisville 

Lovelaceville 

Lowell 

Lone Station 

Lusby's Mills 

Lynn 

Lynn Camp 



County. 

Bourbon 
H;nUiu 

Breckenridge 

Lincoln 

Bourbon 

Keuton 

Letcher 

Campbell 

Estill 

Nicholas 

Breathitt 

Russell 

Jefferson 

Henry 

Jessamine 

Shelby 

Madison 

Morgan 

Campbell 

Graves 

Jessamine 

Keuton 

Harrison 

Logan 

Clark 

Madison 

Lewis 

Madison 

Daviess 

Pendleton 

Jefferson 

Christian 

Harlan 

Oldham 

Harrison 

Garrard 

Keuton 

Trigg 

Muhlenburg 

Laurel 

Bath 

Anderson 

Floyd 

Muhlenburg 

Graves 

Marion 

Harrison 

Harlan 

Montgomery 

Hancock 

Fayette 

Casey 

Morgan 

Trigg 

Pulaski 

Grayson 

Scott 

Hopkins 

Morgan 

McLean 

Henry 

Lawrence 

Callaway 

Bracken 

Logan 

Butler 

Laurel 

Jefferson 

Christian 

Pike 

Marion 

Breathitt 

Breckenridge 

Whitley 

Lawrence 

Jefferson 

Ballard 

Garrard 

Bourbon 

Owen 

Greenup 

Knox 



JIoDanul'sStore Breckenridge 
McKenzie's Mill Christian 
McAfee Mercer 

McGee Jackson 

McLean's Retreat Daviess 



Macedonia 

Mackville 

Madisonville 

Magnolia 

Mammoth Cave 

Manchester 

Mannsville 

Manton 

MarbleCreck 

Marine 

Marion 

Marrowbone 

Marsh Creek 

Marshall's 



Grant 

Washington 

Hopkins 

La Rue 

F.dmonson 

Clay 

Taylor 

Marion 

Fayetti! 

Lawi.i 

Crittenden 

Cumberland 

Whitley 

Ba',h 



POST OFFICES LOUISIANA. 



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Post Office, 



County. 



Maninshurg Monroe 

MasonviUe Daviess 

Massack McCracken 

Hauldin Jackson 

May field Graves 

May's Lick Mason 

MaysviUe '• 

Meadow Creek Whitley 

Meadville Mead 

Melvin Ballard 

Menelos Malison 

Middleburg Casey 

Middle Fork Jackson 

Middletowu Jefferson 

Midview Henry 

Midway Woodford 

Milburn Ballard 

Mil ford Bracken 
Military Institute Franklin 

Mills Christian 

Milledgeville Lincoln 

Millersburg Bourbon 

MiUerstowu Grayson 

Millersville Kussell 

Mill Grove Madison 

Mill Spring Wayne 

Milton Trimble 

Milltown Adair 

Millwood Mason 

Minerva •• 

Mintonville Casev 

MifchvlUburg Boyle 
Model Mills Muhlenburg 

Monroe Hart 

Monterey Owen 

Montgomery Trig; 

Monti cello Wayne 

Moor^'lield Nicholas 

MorehtadC. H. Rowan 

Moreland Bourbon 

Morian Pen'Ueton 

Horganfield Union 

Mo^g.lnlo^^■n Batler 

Moruing View Kenton 

Mortonsville Woodford 

Moscow Hickman 

Motier Pendleton 

Mount Aerial Allen 

Mount Carmel Fleming 

Mount Eden Spencer 

Mount Freedom Jessamine 

Mount Gilead Mason 
Mount Ida Montgomery 

Mount Olivet Bracken 

Mount Savag* Carter 
Mount Sterling Montgomery 

Mount Vernon Rock 
Mount Washington Bullitt 

Mount Zion Perry 

Mud Lick Monroe 

Munfordville Hart 
Muuday's Landing Woodford 

Murray Callaway 

Murpiiysville Mason 

Napoleon Gallatin 

Neatsville Adair 

Nebo Hojikin- 

Nelson Furnace Nelson 

Nev-ida Mercer 

Newberry Waym^ 

New C.istle Henry 

New Columbns Owen 

New Concord Callaway 

New Haven Nelson 

New Hope " 

New Liberty Owen 

New Market Marion 

Newport Campbell 

New Roe Allen 

Newitead Christian 

New Woodburn Warren 

New Texas Hickman 

Newtown Scott 

Nieholasville Jessamine 

Nobob Barren 

Nolen Hardin 

Northcutt's Store Boone 

North Fork Misoii 

North Hill Wayne 
North Middletown Bourbon 

Oakford Daviess 

Oak Grove Christian 

Oakland Mills Nicholas 

OakUnd Station Warren 

Oak Woods Fleming 

O'Banaou Jefferson 

Oddville Harrison 

Oldhamburg Oldham 

Old Town Greenup 

Olive Hill Carter 

Olive Marshall 

Olympian Springs Bath 



Po,t Office. 

Oranireburg 

Owensboro' 

Owenton 

Owingsville 

Oxford 

Pace's 

Paducah 

Pageville 

Paint Lick 

Paintsville 

Palma 

Paradise 

Paris 

Park 

Parksville 

Parmlevsville 



County. 

Mason 

Daviess 

Owen 

Bath 

Scott 

Metcalie 

McCracken 

Barren 

Garrard 

Johnson 

Marshall 

JIuhlenburg 

Bourbon 

Barren 

Boyle 

Wayne 



Payne's Depot Scott 

Peach Orchard Lawrence 

Peeled Oak Bath 

Pekin Jessamine 

Pembroke Christian 

Perryville Boyle 

Petersburg Boone 

Pewee Valley 01 ham 

Piketan Pike 

Pilot Knob Todd 

Pine Bluff Callawav 

Pine Grove Clark 

Pitt's Point Bullitt 
Planter's Hall Breckinridge 

Pleasant Grove Ohio 
Pleasant Grove Mills Fleming 

Pleasant Hill Mercer 

Pleasant Home Owen 

Pleasant Point Daviess 
Pleasant Ridge 

Pleasant Vale Todd 
Pleasant ValleyMills Nicholas 

Pleasant View Todd 

Pleasureville Henry 

Plummer'sMill Fleming 

Point Curve Graves 

Poi X Pleasant Oluo 

Polkville Warren 
Pollard's Tan Yard Caldwell 
Pond River Mills Muhlenburg 

Poole's Mills Henderson 

Poor Fork Harlan 

Poplar Flat Lewis 

Poplar Grove Owen 

Poplar Hill Casey 

Poplar Neck Nelson 

Poplar Plains Fleming 

Portland Jefferson 

Port Roval Henry 

Pott's Jtills Jessamine 

Powersville Bracken 

Prestonburg Floyd 

Prestonville Carroll 

Prewitt's Knob Barren 

Princeton Caldwell 

Proctor Owsley 

Prosperity Lawrence 

Providence Hopkins 

Pryorsburg Graves 

Quality Valley Butler 

Qiiin y Lewis 

Rabbittsville Logan 

Radford Callaway 

Rulfigh ITnioii 

Randolph Metcalf 

Raven Creek Harrison 

Raywick Marion 

Readvville Butler 

Red Hill Hardin 
Red River Iron Works Estill 

Relief Morgan 

Richland Butl'r 

Richlieu Logan 

Richmond Madison 

Rich Pond Grove Warren 

Richmond Boone 

Riffe's X Roads Lawrence 

Rio JIart 

River View Jefferson 

Roaring Spring Trigg 
Robertson's Station Harrison 

Robersonville Hardin 

Robinson's Creek Pike 

Rochester Butler 

Rock Bridge Monroe 

Rock Castle Trig(! 

Rock Dale Owei 

Rock Haven , J'eao 

Rockhold's Whitley 

Rockhouse „ Bath 

Rockland Mills Barren 
Rock Lick Breckenndge 

Rock Point Henry 

Kocky Hill Barren 
Rocky Hill Station Edmonson 
Rogersville 



Madisua 



County . 

Nelion 

Todd 

L&orel 

Barren 

Liviu|Z:ltO0 



Post Ojfice. 

Rolling Fork 
Roscoe 
Rose Hill 
RoseviUe 

Ross' Ferry .....ugsioD 

Rough and Ready And.-rson 

Round Stone Rock C-iiile 

Rowena Rmsell 

Rowlett's Depot H»rt 

Royalton Russtrll 

Ruckersville Cl«rk 

Ruddle's Mills Bourbon 

Kumsey Mo Lane 

Russell's Springs Umscll 

Russellville Lo^an 

Rutland HarrisoD 

Saint Mary's Marion 

Saint Matthew's Jefferson 

Salem Livingston 

.Salina JeRerMn 

Saloma Taylor 

Salt Lick Lallae 

Salvisa Mercer 

Samuel's Depot Neboo 

Sandifer's Store Curroll 

Santa Fe Bracken 

Saratoga Lyon 

Sardis Mason 

Savern Owrn 

Scaffold Cane Rock Castle 

Scottsville Allen 

Seventy six Clinton 

Sexton's Creek Clay 

Shady Grove Crittendeu 

Sharpsburg Bath 

Shawnan Bourbon 

Shelbyville Shelby 

Shepherdsvillc Bullitt 

Sherburn Mills FlemioK 

Shiloh Callaway 

Short Creek Oraysin 

Shortsville Bullitt 

Side View Montgomery 

Simpsouville Shelby 

Slack Mason 

Slaughtersville Webster 

Sligo Henry 

Smileytown Spencer 

Smith'tield Henry 

Smithland Livingston 

Smith's Grove Warreu 

Smith's Mills Henderson 

Snow Hill Callawav 

Social mil McLean 

Somerset Pulaski 

Sonora Hardin 

South CarroUton Mubl nburi: 

S.Mith Fork Owsley 

South Union Logan 

Southville Shelby 

Sparta Owen 

Speedwell Madison 

Spottaville Henderson 

Spring Bank Franklin 

Springfield Washington 

Springport _ Henry 

Spring Station Wo^idford 

Spence Grove Owjiey 

Stamperton Owen 
Scon 
Lincoln 
Powell 
Mead 
Carter 
Grant 
Fulton 
Hardin 



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Stamping Ground 

Stanford 

Stanton 

Stapleton 

Star Furnace 

Stateley'a Run 

State Line 

Stephensburg 

Stephensport Breckenrideo 
Still Water >Vol( 

Stoner Clark 

Stonv Point Bourbon 

Sugar Creek Gallatin 

Sugar (rrove Itotl.r 

Sugar Plant Metcalfe 

Sulphur Lick Monroe 

Sulphur Srringj Muhlenburg 
Sulphur Well Jessamine 

Summerville Gr-em 



Tolr«boToa|ch L*wit 

TumpkiurilU Mvktm 

Tracy Barr.. 

rr»vi:ler'« R^tt Omtltj 

rrtrniou T*44 

l^'y Wo«4(*r4 

TruitUTill. Un«ML 

Turkey F^i n^^K 

I ni'.n Bmm 
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Wncvl.r.- L.WU 

\aiid.alur^ Hopklki 

Van Dyke's Mill 8|x*crr 

^ eruna Boo«< 

V^erjaiUei Wu^dtcrJ 

Vienna Clarl 

Vine Grove lUr4iB 

\iolaSutioa UnVM 

V Italia K«M*a 

Volney Statioa I m»« 

WadeitKirv' JUnCll 

Walluni* TrifK 

Walnut Flat LlkMla 

Walnut Hill ''•/•«« 

Walnut Valley Clark 

Walton b^jaa* 

Warfleld Lawrra • 

Warsaw Galluia 

Washington M**pa 

Wai<*rford 8|i*ac«r 

Wiitrrlou PalMki 

Wataon'i Martkall 

Waynesboro' Liftc«ltt 

Wcaverton W«y»« 
Webster Brtekr*n44« 

Wesley Hiekaaja 

Weston N'ickalai 

WestMnliuri Critl»a4<a 

Writ Liberty Mar(aa 

W.'iii Puint Hai^ia 

Wettport OI4haM 

Wliip|io»rwiU Laartl 

White M^ll U»*imu 

White Lillv Li'srtl 

White Oak' Hill y •.. .r 

White'lurx I'- >>" 

Wliitr Suli'hur »'»tl 

WhltrsVlllr I>ki:tu 

WhitUrC.U. \S Mtl.f 

Wickli'ffe N«tM 

Wild Cat Wktik; 

Williamt CkrtMlM 

Williamttown Uraai 

Willi<)'urf WwklBC* 

WiNon'«Cr»«k Untr* 

WiUmrilla Sf«B«*r 

Wincheitrr Clark 

Winona Tri»bl» 

Wise'n Mil Hc»4rr».« 

WithesTilU Cal4*«n 

Woodhin* W'kiUcr 

W.Hidbury BalWr 

Woodlawn Marcma 

WiH..l«.)nvilU Mm* 

W.»,l,toek r«l«i*> 

WoudTille lUJIaM 
Woolriditr'f Star* Cktuliai 

WorthrilU Oa>r*II 

WiKhttriU* ralaiki 

Wv.>tnin( ■•»* 

Ve'llowCr»«k K»»t 



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Swiftsvillo 
Symionia 
Taylorsville 
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Thompsonville ' '■ 

Three Forks ," • 

Three Prong '■r' 

Three Springs ' 

Tibbatt's X Koadj Csmi 

Til ton '■''Si.1* 

Tippecanoe """ 



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POST OFFICES MAINE. 



r,i3l Office. 



Ptirish , 



Post Office. 



Parish. 



Assuinptiun Asaumptioii 

Atchtttiilaya St. L;indr.v 

Athens Clailornc 

AuKUsta 

Bailey's Mill Wn^hinston 

Baliie riaiiieinine 

HhUow's Ferry St. Landry 
Haatrop Morehouse 

H:^tiinRouK E. Ratun Kouge 
Itnyou Itarbary Livingston 

Dayou Boouf St. Laudry 

IJivon Cliieot 

Biyou Chene St. Martin's 

Ua'yon La Chute Caddo 

Bayou (ioula Iberville 

tiayou Tunica Wt-st Felieiana 
llear Creek Kupides 

Book worth Caleusieu 

Boll River Assumption 

Bellcvue Bossier 

Bethany Caddo 

Die''»enuc St. Bernard 

Benton's Kerry Livincston 
Berlrand Prairie Winn 

Borwiek St. Mary's 

Big Bend Avoyelles 

Ilig Cane St. Landry 

Big Creek Rapides 

Blaek Hawk Point Concordia 
Black Jaek De Soto 

Blaek Walnut St. Helena 

Bonner Jackson 

Bonnet Carre St. John Baptist 
Boisier Point Bossier 

Boeuff Prairie Franklin 

Bra.<hear St. Mary's 

Breaux's Bridge St. JIartin's 
Broukliue Jackson 

Buckcoo IViun 

Bruly Landing 

West Baton Rouge 
Bush Valley Bienville 

Buck Horn 

Burra^Settlement Phuiuemine 
Burr's Ferry .Sabine 

Caledonia Carroll 

Natchitoches 



Franklin St. Mary's 

FranUlinton Washington 

Krenoh Settlement Livingston 



Fiinnv Louis 
(iood NVater 
(lordon 
Grand Cane 
Grand Chenier 
(i rand Cotean 
Grand Keore 
Grand Point 
(Jrand Piairic 
Green's Creek 
Grecnsburp 



Catahoula 

Winn 

Claiborne 

De Soto 

Vermillion 

St. Laudry 

Natchitoches 

St. James 

Plaiiueniine 

Catahoula 

St. Helena 



Greenwell Springs 

East Baton Rouge 



Greenwood 

Griflin 

(;iini Springs 

Hamilton 

Harrisonburg 

Hart's lilnfl 

Haynesville 

Hemp's Creek 



Caddo 

Claiborne 

St. Landry 

Wachita 

Catahoula 

De Soto 

Claiborne 

Catahoula 



Hermitage West Baton Rouge 
Hickory Flat Calcasieu 



Campti 

CaneRidge 

Cantrelle 

Oarrollton 

Oasto Springs 

Castor 

Centreficld 

Oenterville 

Char'nton 

Cherry Ridge 

Cheneyville 

Chicot Pass 

(Jharch 

Clinton 

Cloutiersvillo 

Coelk 

Collinsburs 

Colquitt 

Columbia 

Columbus 

Convent 



Claiborn 
St. James 

Jeft'erson 
Catahoula 

Caldwell 

St. Mary's 

Union 

Rapides 

St. Martin's 

Assumption 

East Feliciana 

Natchitoches 

Livington 

Bossiar 

Caldwell 
Sabine 
St. James 



Coushatte Chute Natchitoches 



Copenhagen 

Cotee Gelee 

Cotile 

Cotton Valley 

Covington 

Crane's Forge 

Cypress Point 

Darlington 

Davidson 

Delhi 

Dennis' Mills 

Dillonsville 

Donaldsonvillo 

Dorcheat 

Douglass 

Downsvillo 

D'lnbarton 

Khenezer 

Kdgard 

r'nterprise 

Evergreen 

Fairview 

Farmersville 

Faiise Point 

I'illmore 

Finlav's 

Flat Lick 

Flowery Mound 

Floyd 

Ford's Creek 

Forest (jrove 

Fnrksvillo 

Fort Jessup 

Fort Piko 



Caldwell 

Lafayette 

Rapides 

Bossier 

St. Tammany 

Assumption 

Point Coupee 

East Feliciana 

Washington 

Carroll 

St. Helena 

Sabine 

Ascension 

Claiborne 

Jackson 

Union 

St. Landry 

Jackson 

St. John Baptist 

Catahoula 

Avoyelles 

Conconlia 

V.'^nion 

St. Martin's 

Bossier 

Catahoula 

Claiborne 

Concordia 

Carroll 

Catahoula 

Claiborne 

Wachita 

Sabine 

Orleans 



Rapide, 

St. Helena 

Avoyelles 

Livingston 

Claiborne 

Terre Bonne 

Terre Bonne 

Rapides 

Livingston 

Wachita 

Morehouse 

Bienville 

Rajiides 

Kast Feliciana 

Jellerson 

St. Mary's 

Plaqnemine 

Carroll 

Morehouse 

Sabine 

De Soto 

St. Helena 

Jefferson 

De Soto 

Tensas 

Natchitoches 

Bossier 

Winn 

Lafayette 

Calcasieu 



Hineston 

Hog Branch 

Holmesville 

Hollywood 

Homer 

Houma 

Hourn.a 

lliidJlcston 

Independence 

fudian Village 

Inn 

Iverson 

Jatt 

Jackson 

•lefl'erson 

Jeaneretts 

Jesuits' Bend 

Joe's Bayou 

Jones' Ferry 

Justice 

Iveatchie 

Kemp's Mills 

Kenner 

Kingston 

Kirk's Ferry 

Kisateheo 

Knox Point 

Kyishe 

Lafayette City 

Lake Arthur 

Lake Charles 

Lake Providence 

Lamotlie 

Lanark 

Lawrence 

LaPlace 

Laurel Hill 

Lecompte 

Leonville 

Liberty Creek 

Lima 

Lind Grove 

Line 

Lindville 

Lisbon 

Livonia 

Live Oak 

Lobdell'3 Storo 

West Baton Rouge 
Logansport De .Soto 

Loggy Bayou Bienville 

Long Street De Soto 

Long Lake Caldwell 

Louisville Winn 

Lucky Hit Rapides 

Madisonville St. Tammany 
McCutcheons' Landing 

St. Charles 
Magnolia Springs 

East Baton Rouge 
Mancliac 



Post O/Jice. J'lirish. 

Monticello Carroll 

Mooringsport Caddo 

Moreaiuille Avoyelles 

Morgau'/.ia Point Coupee 

Mound Bayou Tensas 

Mount Lebanon Beinville 

-Mount Pleasant Caldwell 

Mount Olive Union 

Mud Branch Beinville 

Nashborough Sabine 

Natchitoches Natchitoches 

Negreet Sabine 

New Carthage Jiadison 

New Iberia St, JIartin's 

New Oilcans Orleans 

New River Ascension 

Oak Bluffs Carioll 

Oak Grove Carroll 

Oakley Franklin 
Oakland East Feliciana 

Opelonsas St. Landry 

Old Field Livingston 

Om<-'ga Madison 

O'Rourke's St. Tammany 

Orchard Grove Bossier 

Ouachita Citv Union 

Paincourtville Assumption 

Palestine Washington 

Parkersville St. Tammany 

Pattersonsville St. Mary's 

Pecan Grove Carroll 

Perry's Bridge A'ennilliou 

Pine Ridie Winn 

Pipesville T'niou 
Plain'sStore EastBatou Rouge 

I'lainv'.lle Bossier 

Plankville Jackson 

Plantersville Morehous,' 

Plaquemine Iberville 
■PlaiiuemineBrulee St. Landry 

Pleasant Grove De Soto 
Pleasant Hill 

Ponchatoula Livingston 

Point Coupee Point Coupee 
Point a la Haohe Plaqnemine 

Point Jefferson Morehouse 

Pctint Michael Plaquemine 
Port Hudson East Feliciana 

Pouppeville St. Landry 
Prairie Mer Rouge Morehous 



Carroll 

Rapides 

Winn 

Terre Bonne 

St Martin's 

West Felieiana 

Rapides 

St. Landry 

Rapides 

St. Tammany 

Morehouse 



Claiborne 

Point Coupee 

Ascension 



Mandjville 

Manny 

Mansheld 

Mansura 

Marion 

Marthaville 

Marksville 

Mermenton 

Midway 

Milliken's Bend 

Mill Creek 

Mineral Springs 

Minden 

Monroe 

Moatgomory 



St, 'fammanv 

Sabine 

De Sote 

Avoyelles 

Lin ion 

Natchitoches 

Avoyelles 

St. Landry 

Union 

Madison 

Sabine 

Union 

Claiborne 

Wachita 

Winn 



Po.st Officf. 

Thibodeaux 

Tigerville 

Tipton 

Tone's Bayo 

Toolcy's 

Toro 

I'renton 

Trinity 

Tureaud 

Union X Roads 

A'aeheric Iloiids 

VermillionriUe 

Vernon 

Vienna 

Villa Platte 

Vista Ridge 

Wallace Lake 

Walnut Creek 

Warsaw 

Washington 

Waterloo 

Water Proof 

West P'ork 

White Hoi.mas 

White Sulphur 

VN'heeliiig 

Willianisport 

Vt'infield 

Winsborough 

Wiseville 

Woodland 

Woodville 

Yellow Bluff 



Pai-LJi 



Lafourelia ' 
Terre Bonne 
Morehouse L.| 

Caddo 

Concordia 

,5abiue 

Wachita 

Catahoula 

Ascension 

Union 

St, Jame3 

Lafayette 

Jacksou 



St Landry 
Carroll 

DeSoto 

Bien\'ille 

Franklin 

St, Landry 

Point Coupee 

Tenr.as 

Calcasieu 

Ascension 

Springs 

Catahoula 

Winn 

Point Couped 

Wina 

Franklin 

Claiborne 

East Felieiana 

Jacks..,, ' 

Fraukliu 



i'revost 
Prospect Hill 
Quay 
Quebec 



Raceland 

Red Bluff 

Red Mouth 

Red River Landing 

Point Coupe 



W.iehita 
St. Helena 
Claiborne 
Madison 
Lafourche 
De Soto 
Franklin 



Richmond 
Ringgold 
Roberts 
Roberts' Mills 
Rocky Mount 
Rosetf.ale 
Rose Hill 



Madison 

Bienville 

Washington 

St. Helena 

Bossier 

Iberville 

Claiborne 



St. Charles Court House 

St. Charles 
St.Francisville WestFeliciana 



St. Gabriel 

St, Joseph 

St. JIartinsville 

St. Maurice 

San Patrice 

Saline 

Salt Spring 

Scottsville 

Sentell's Store 

Shady Grove 

Shiloh 

Shongaloo 

Shreveport 

Sicily Island 

Simmsport 

South Bend 

Southwest Pass 

Sparta 

Spears' Store 

Spring Creek 

.S|triugtield 

Spring Kidge 

Star 



Iberville 

T.nsas 

St. Martin's 

Winn 

Sabii,e 

Bienville 

Claiborne 

Bossier 

■Washingt.in 

Union 

Claiborne 

Cad.io 

Catahoila 

Avoyell.'s 

Concoviiia 

Plaquemiue 

Bienville 

Union 

Rapides 

Livingston 

Caddo 

Assumption 



Stony Point East Baton Rou^e 
Stubbs' Mills Washington 



Sugar Creek 
Sugartown 
Sun 

Sunny .Side 
Tangapaho 
Taylor 
Tiikfaw 
The Village 



Claiborne 

Calcasieu 

St. Tammanv 

Cadil'o 

St.H,.lena 

St. Charles 

Livingston 

Point Coupee 



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Post Office. 

Abbott 

Abbott Village 

Acton 

Addison Point 

Albany 

Albion 

Alexander 

Alexander Centr 

Alfred 

Alton 

Alton Villag.8 

Alna 

Alva 

Amherst 

Amity 

Andovcr 

Anson 

Argyle 

Aroostook 

Athens 

Atkinson 

Auburn 

Augusta 

Aurora 

Avon 

Baileyville 

Bangor 

Bancroft 

Baring 

Bar Mills 

Barnard 

Bath 

Beddington 

Belfast' 

Belgrade 

Belgrade Mills 

Belmont 

Benton 

Berry's Mills 

Bethel 

Biddeford 

Bingham 

Blanchard 

Bloomfleld 

Blue Hill 

Blue Hill Falls 

Bolster's Mills 

Bonnv Eagle 

Booth Bay 

Bowdoin 

Bowdoin Center 

Bowdoinham 

Bower Bank 

Bradford 

Brewer 

Brewer Village 

Itridgeton 

Bridgewater 

Brighton 

Bristol 



Counft/, 

Piscata.iuis 

PiscatJquii 

York 

Washington 

Ox lord 

Kennebeo 

Washington 

e M'ashineton 

York 

Penobscot 

Penobscot 

Lincoln 

Aroostook 

Hancock 

Aroostook 

Oxford 

Somerset 

Penobscot 

Aroostook 

Somerset 

Piscataquis 

Androscoggin 

Kennebec 

Hancock | 

Franklin 

Washington 

Penobscot 

Aroostook 

Washington 

York 

Piscataquis 

Sagadahoc 

AVashington 

Waldo 

Kennebec 

Keiinebee 

Waldo 

Kennebec 

Friiuklin 

Oxford 

York 

Somerset 

Piscataquis 

Somerset 

Hancock 

Hancock 

Cumberland 

York 

Lincoln 

Sagadahoc 

Sagadahoc 

Sagadahoc 

Piscataquis 

Penobscot 

Penobscot 

Penobscot 

Cumberland 

Aroostook 

Somerset 

Lincoln 



POST OFFICES — MAKE. 



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Post OJice. 



Co. my. 



Brockway'j MilU Piscataquis 

Brookliu Hancock 

Brooks 

BrooksviUe 

Browntield 

lirown's Corner 

Brownsville 



Brunswick 

Brvant'j Pond 

BuckHcM 

Buck's Mills 

Bucksport 

Backsport Center 

Burlington 

Burnham Village 

Buxton 

Buxton Center 

Bvron 

Calais 

Cambridge 

Camden 

Canaan 

Canton 

Cant .u Mills 



Waldo 

Hancock 

Oxford 

Kenuebec 

Piscataquis 

Cumberland 

Oxford 

Oxford 

Hancock 

Hancock 

Hancock 

Penobscot 

W:»ldo 

York 

York 

Oxford 

Washington 

Somerset 

Knox 

Somerset 

Oxford 

Oxford 



Post Office. 



County. 



Cape Elizabeth Depot 

Cumberland 

Cape Neddick York 

Carib .u Aroostook 

Carmel Penobscot 

Carroll Penobscot 

Carritunk Somerset 

Carver's Harbor Waldo 

Caseo Cumberland 

Custiue Hancock 

Castle Hill Aroostook 

Couter Guilford Piscataquis 

Center Lebanon York 
Center Liucolnville Waldo 

Center LoTell Oxford 

Center MontviUe Waldo 

Center Sidn«y Kenn;bec 

Charlestown Penobscot 

Charlotte Washington 

Chester Penobscot 

Chesterville Franklin 

China Kennebec 

Clinton Kennebec 

Columbia Washinjton 

Concord Somerset 

Conway Aroostook 

Cooper Washington 

Cooper Mills Lincoln 

CoTinna Penobscot 

Corinna Center Penobscot 

Corinth Penobscot 

Cornish York 

Curnville Somerset 

Cranberry Isles Hancock 

Crawford Washington 

Cumberland Cumberland 
Cumberland Center 

Cushing Lincoln 

Cross Hill Kennebec 

Curtis' Corner Kennebec 

Cutter Washington 
Damariscotta Mills Lincoln 



East Hebron Oxford 

East Holden Penobscot 

bast Knox Waldo 

East Limington York 

Kast Livermorc Androscoggin 
East Lowell Penobscot 

East Machias Washington 

Kast Madison Somerset 

East Monmouth Kennebec 

East MontviUe Waldo 

East Xewport Penobscot 

East New Portland Somerset 
Kast Xew Sharon Franklin 
East Xew Vineyard Franklin 



Post OJire. 

Hampden 
Hatapden Corner 
Hancock 
Hanover 
Harmony 



County. 



Pott Ofee. 



ro«Bly. 



Penobscot Mrdford C.Blre 

Penobsetii Mcdwar 

Hsucoek Meiivbcmp* 

Oxford Mercer 

Somerset Mexico 



WuhiDKtoD Millt.riJct \: 

Cumberland ; Milltown V. 

Oxford Milu I'.ic. . . • 

Somerset | Miltun Pluutiua i<^Lt4 

Aruiistouk I Minut Aadro>^u,f a 



East Xorthport 
E. X. Y'armouth 
East Orringtou 
East Otisfleld 
East Palermo 
East Parsontield 
East Pittston 
East Poland 
Eastport 
East Kaymond 
East Readtteld 
East Rumford 
EastSangerville 
East Stoneham 
Easton 
East Strong 
East Sullivan 
East Sumner 
East Thorndike 
East Trenton 
East Turner 



Waldo 
Cumberland 
Penobscot 
Cumberland 
Waldo 
York j 
Kennebec 
Androscoggin j 
Wasliington ' 
Cumberland 
Kenuebec j 
Oxford 
Piscataquis 
Oxtord 
Aroostook 
Franklin ; 
Hancock , 
Oxford 
Waldo 
Hancock 
Androsco 



East Vassalborough Kennebec 

East Wales Androscoggin 

East Wilton 

East Windham 

East Winthrop 

Eden 



Harpswell CentreC imberlaud Milford 

Harrington 

Harrison 
' Hartford 
I Hartland 

Haynesville 

Hebron 

Hermon 

Hermun Pond 

Highland 

Hiram 
j Hodgdon 

Hodgdou's Mills 
I Holden 

Hollis 

Uollis' Center 

Hope 

Houlton 

Howland 
j Hudson 

Indian River 

ludustrv 

Island Palls 

Isle An Uaut 

Jackson 

Jackson Brook 

Jay 
Jelferson 

Jonesborough 
Jonesport 






Danville 

Deblois 

Dead River 

Dedham 

D.-er Isle 

Denmark 

Dennvsville 

D troit 

Dexter 

Di r i sro 

Dixfield 

Dixtield Center 

Dixmont 

Dixmont Center 

Dover 



Androsco^ 
Washington 

Somerset 

Hancock 

Hancock 

Oxford 

Washington 

Somerset 

Penobscot 

Kennebec 

Oxford 

Oxford 

Penobscot 

Penobscot 

Piscataquis 



Dover South Mills Piscataquis 



Dresden 
Dresd n Mills 
Dry Hills 
Durham 
East Auburn 
East Baldwin 
East Benton 
East Bethel 
Kast Bowdoinham 
East Bradford 
East Buckport 
East Corinth 
East Dixfield 
East Dixmont 
Kast Dover 
East Eddingtou 
East Eden 
East Exeter 
East Fryeburg 
East Hampden 



Lincoln 

Lincoln 

Cumberl -nd 

Androscoggin 

Cumbtrland 

Cumberland 

Kennebec 

Oxford 

Sagadahoc 

Penobscot 

Hanoock 

Penobscot 

Oxford 

Penobscot 

Piscataquis 

Penobscot 

Hancock 

Penobscot 

Oxford 

Penobscot 



Edinburgh 
Efdington 
Edes' Falls 

Igecomb 
Elliot 

Elliottsville 
Elliot Depot 
Ellinjwood's Corner 
Ellsworth 
Ellsworth Falls 
Embden 
Embden Center 
Emery's Mills 
Enfield 
Etna 

Etna Center 
Exeter 
Exeter Mills 
Fairfield 
Fairfield C3mer3 
Falmouth 
Farmington 
Farmington Falls 
Fayette 
Fayette Ridge 
Fiagstatf 
Fort Fairfield 
Fort Kent 
Fox cro ft 
Frankfort Mills 
Franklin 
Freedom 
Freeman 
Fremont 
Free port 
Friendship 
Fryeburg 
Fryeburg Center 
Gardiner 
Garland 
Georgetown 
Gilead 
Glenburn 
Goodale's Corners 
Goodwin's Mills 
Gorham 
Gonldsborough 
Grafton 
Grant Isle 
Grav 

Great Pond 
Great Works 
Green Bush 
Greene 

Green's Corner 
Greenfield 
Green's Landing 
Greenville 
Greenwood 
Guilford 
Hallo weU 



Franklin 
Cumberland 
Kennebec 
Hancock 
Penobscot 
Penobscot 
Cumberland 
Lincoln 
York 
Piscataquis 
York 
Waldo 
Hancock 
Hancock 
Somerset 
Somerset 
York 
Penobscot 
Penobscot 
Penobscot 
Penobscot j 
Penobscot i 
Somerset j 
Somerset 
Cumberland , 
Franklin i 
Franklin 
Kenuebec 
Kennebec 
Somerset I 
Aroostook I 
Aroostook 
Piscataquis 
Waldo 
Hancock ' 
Waldo j 
Franklin i 
Aroostook 
Cumberland | 
Knox I 
Oxford I 
Oxford ; 
Kennebec [ 
Penobscot I 
Sagadahoc 
■^ Oxford' 
Penobscot i 
Penobs(r,l 
VorK 
Cumberland 
Hancock ■ 
OxforiL 
Anostook 
Cumberland 
Hancock 
Penobscnt 
Penobscot 
Androscoggin 
Androscoggin 
Penobscot 
Hancock ( 
Piscataquis 1 
Oxford 
Piscataquis 
Kenuebec ; 



Oxford MoubetkD Iiluil 
Peni'bscot MoDmoulh 
Peuobicut Moa»oa 
SumerieC , Mnanv 

Oxford ' MuDru« Center 
Aroostoiik ' Munticello 

Lincoln MontviUe 
Penobscot M"'<»sc River 
York Moro 
York Morrill 
Knox { Muun: Deirrt 
Aroostook I Mount Vernoo 
Penobscot Mount Zircwa 
Penobscot ; Naples 
Washington Narr&i^ua^it 
Franklin [ Xe»le.» '» Cornert 
Aroostook , Newbur;^ 
Hancock Newbury Ccolet 
Waldo New Cil>cu 
Washington New Cutle 
Franklin | Ne»fi<'ld 
Lincoln ; New Oloum'.rr 
Wasliington New Limerick 
Washington | New|M>rt 
Katahdin Iron Works |Xi» Portland 

Kendall's Mills Piscata(|uis i Ncwrv 
Kennebunk York j New Shiroa 

Kennebunk Depot York ' Xew Vinetanl 



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Kennebunkport 

Kent's Hill 

Kejar Falls 

Kilmarnock 

Kingsticld 

Kittery 

Kittery Depot 

Kittery Point 

Knox 

Kossuth 

Kiirduskeag 

La Grange 

Larone 

Lebanon 

Lee 

Leeds 



Leeds' Junction Androsco^ 
Levant Penobscot 

Andrascog.gin 



York 1 XoLlcil^fuuKh 

Kenneb>-'C Nurrid^'ew'^ck 

York North .\eion 

Piscataquis North Albany 

Franklin N..rtb Alfred 

York Norili An<iu 

York North A|| Irion 

York North Auburn 

Waldo North ItaMoia 

Wnshington North Uau^->r 

Pen >bscoi North BrUrila 

Penobscot North Hem ick 

Somerset North lU-thel 

York N.rth Blue Hill 

Penobscot North BtHiiliLmv 

Androscogi^in North RradforJ 



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Praakl:B 

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North Brid<rt 
North Ilro-'kliB 

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Somerset ' North BuekfirM 
Waldo I North n>ick>i>orl 
York North Carmel 
Aroo-itook I North Ca»tioe 

York i North ChcitcrrilU 
Penobscot North C'-irn«iM« 
Penobscot North (?iilb-r 

Wsldo' Nirih I) rr lile 
Aro..i:..ok ; N..rth !> 
Andro<ci;.-i 
Anilnisii>g.'i 
Keunrbe 



Lewiston 

Lexington 

Liberty 

Limerick 

Limestone 

Limington 

Lincoln 

Lincoln Center 

Lincoluville 

Linneus 

Lisbon 

Lisbon Falls 

Litchfield 

Litchfield Corners Kennebec 

Little River Village 

Audr>n'-'i;;io 
Littleton Aro..;.K.k 

Livermorc Anlrujco^^in 

LivermoreCenterAndr.'io^Kiu 
Livermorc Falls Androsciigio ] N-rih Mavrn 



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N.rth 1 
I North 1.. 
North Kl 
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Locke's Mills 

Lovell 

Lowell 

Lnhec 

Lubec Mills 

Lyman 

Lvndon 

JlcLain's Mills 

Machias 

Machiasport 

Madawaska 

Madison 

Madison Center 

Madrid 

Manchester 

Maple Grovo 

Marion 

Mars Hill 

Masardis 

Matinicus 

Mattawamkeag 

Maxfield 

.Mavsville 

Mechanic'* F»lUAndro«ro«iii v 



Ox orl 

()xf..r.| 

Pen..l.s 

Washing' 
Wnihiii.' 
V..: 
Aroououk 
Waldo 
Wa<hin-t.>n 
Wa*liiii;t"U 
Ar..M.l.-.k 
S.im'T*ei 

S'»mer*et 

KraiiWl.M 
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Wa' 

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POST OFFICES MARYLAND. 



Pvat Office. 



County. 



Korth Perry Washington 

North Pittstou Kenn.,liec 

Norihport Waldo 

North Pownal Cumberlami 

North Prospect Waldo 

North Raymond Cumberland 

North Seursmont Waldo 

North Searsport Waldo 

North Sedgwick Hancock 

North Sidney Kennebec 

Nortli Sharpleigh York 
North Turner Androscoggin 
North Turner Bridge " 

Nortli Vnion Knox 
Nortli Vassalborough Kennebec 

North Vienna Kennebec 
Nortli Waldoborough Lincoln 
North Washington Lincoln 

North Waterford Oxford 

Nortli Wayne Kennebec 

North Wh'itelicld Lincoln 

North Wilton Franklin 

North AVindham Cumberland 

North Winterport Waldo 

North Woodstock Oxford 

North Woodville Penobscot 

North Yarmouth Cumberland 

Norway Oxford 

Number Eleven Aroostook 

Oak Hill Cumberland 

Oak Hill Station Cumberland 

Oceauville Hancock 

Ogunquit York 

Olamon Penobscot 

Old Town Penobscot 

Orient Aroostook 

Orland Hancock 

Orneville Piscataquis 

Orono Penobscot 

Orrington Penobscot 

Otis Hancock 

Otisfield Cumberland 

Owl's Head Lincoln 

Oxford Oxford 

Palermo Waldo 

Palermo Center Waldo 

Palmyra Somerset 

Paris' Oxford 

Parker's Head Sagadahoc 

Parkmnn Piscataquis 

Parsonfield York 

Pissadumkeag Penobscot 

Pattagumpus Penobsiot 

Patten Penobscot 

Pemaquid Liu'^oln 

Pembroke Washington 

Penobscot Hancock 

Perry Washington 

Peru Oxfor.i 

Phillips Franklin 

Phipsbiirg Sagadahoc 

Pislion'3 Ferry ' Kennebec 

Pittsfield Somerset 

Pittston Kennebec 

Plantation-'No. 14 Washington 

Plymouth Penobscot 

I Poland Androscoggin 

Porter Oxford 

Portland Cumberland 

Pownal Cumberland 

■'■Pratt's Comers Franklin 

Prentiss Penobscot 

• I'resque Isle Aroostook 

.'Princeton Washington 

Prospect FeiTy Waldo 

Prospect Harbor Hancock 

Rangeley Franklin 

Rawson Aroostook 

Kiymond Cumberland 

Readfield Kennebec 

Readfield Depot Kennebec 

Red Reach Washington 

Richmond Sagadahoc 

Richmond Corner Sagadahoc 

Ripley Somerset 

R(pliliinston Washington 

Rockab'ina Aroostook 

Rockland Knox 

Rock port Knox 

Rockville Knox 

: Rome Kennebec 

Ross Corner York 

Round Pond Lincoln 

Uoxliury Oxford 

K'imford Oxford 

Ruin lord Center Oxford 

Rumford Point Oxford 
Babatus Androscoggin 

Saccarappa Cumberland 

Saco York 

St. Albany Somerset 

: St. Georgs Knox 



Pott Office. 



County 



Salem Franklin 

Salisbury Cove Hancock 

Salmon Brook Aroostook 

Sandy Beach Cumberland 

Sandy Point Waldo 

Sanford York 

Sangerville Piscataquis 

Sargentville Hancock 

Scarborough Cumberland 

Seal Cove Hancock 

Searsmont Waldo 

Searsport Waldo 

Sebago Cumberland 

Sebec Piscataquis 

Sedgwick Hancock 

Sliapleigh York 

Shespscott Bridge Lincoln 

Sherman Aroostook 

Sherman Mills Aroostook 

Shirley Piscataquis 

Shirley Mills Piscataquis 

Sidney Kennebec 

Simpson's Corners Penobscot 
Six Mile Falls Penobscot 

Skowhegan Somerset 

Small Point Sagadahoc 

Smithfield Somerset 

Sm3'rna Aroostook 

Smyrna Mills Aroostook 

Snow Falls Oxford 

Solon Somerset 

Somerville Lincoln 

Somerset Mills Somerset 

South Albion Kennebec 

South Andover Oxford 

SouthAtkinson Piscataquis 
South Berwick York 

Soutli Beddington Washington 
South Berwick Junction York 
South Bridgeton Cumberland 
South Bristol Lincoln 

South Brooks Waldo 

South Brooksville Hancock 
South Carthage Franklin 

South Casco Cumberland 

South Chesterville Franklin 
South China Kennebec 

South Corinth Penobscot 

South Deer Isle Hancock 

South Dexter Penobscot 

South Dover Piscataquis 

South Durham Androscoggin 
South Exeter Penobscot 

South Freeport Cumberland 
South Hartford Oxford 

Soutli Hope Knox 

South .Teflerson Lincoln 

South Leeds Androscoggin 

South Levant Penobscot 

South Liberty Waldo 

South Lincoln Penobscot 

South Litchfield Kennebec 

South Livermore Androscoggin 
South Molunciis Aroostook 

South Monmouth Kennebec 
Soutb Montville Waldo 

South Newburg Penobscot 

South Norridgewock Somerset 
South Orrington Penobscot 
South Paris Oxford 

South Parkman Piscataquis 
South Parsonfield York 

South Penobscot Hancock 

South Poland Androscogjin 
Southport Lincoln 

South Princeton Wasliington 
South Robinson Washington 
South St. George Knox 

South Sanford York 

South Sangerville Piscataquis 
South Sebec Piscataquis 

South Solon Somerset 

South Thomaston Knox 

South VassalboroitghKennebec 
South Waterford Oxford 

South West Harbor Hancock 
South Weston Aroostook 

South %Vindham Cumberland 
South Windsor Kennebec 

South Winn Penobscot 

Springfield Penobscot 

Springvalo York 

Standish Cumberland 

Stark Somei-set 

Steep Falls Cumberland 

Stetson Penobaco 

Steuoen Washington 

Stevens' Plains Cumberland 
Stockton Waldo 

Stow Oxford 

Strickland Ferry Kennebec 
Sti-ong Franklin 



I'ott Office. County. 

Sullivan Hancock 

Sumner Oxford 

Sunkliaze Penobscot 

Surry Hancock 

Swan's Island Hancock 

Swanville Waldo 

Sweden Oxford 

Temple Mills Franklin 

Tenant's Harbor Knox 

The Forks Somerset 

Thomaston Knox 

Thorndike Waldo 

Tilden Hancock 

Topsfield Washington 

Topsham Sagadahoc 

Tremont Hancock 

Trenton Point Hancock 

Troy Waldo 

Troy Center Waldo 

Turner Androscoggin 

Union Knox 

Unity Waldo 
Upper Gloucester Cumberland 
Upper Stillwater Penobscot 

Upton Oxford 

Van Buren Aroostook 

Vassalborough Kennebec 

Veazie Penobscot 

Vienna Ksnnebec 

Waite Washington 

Waldo Waldo 

Waldoborough Lincoln 

Wales Androscoggin 

Waltham Hancock 

Walton Mills Kennebec 

Warren Knox 

Washington Knox 

Waterborough York 
Waterborough Center York 

Waterford Oxford 

Waterville Kennebec 

Wayne Kennebec 

Webb's Mills Cumberland 

Webster Androscoggin 

Week's Mills Kennebec 

Welchville Oxford 

Weld Franklin 

Wellington Piscataquis 

Wells York 

Wells' Depot York 

Wesley Washington 

West Anson Somerset 

West Auburn Androscoggin 

West Baldwin Cumberland 

West Bethel Oxford 

West Bowdoin Sagadahoc 

West Bridgeton Cumberland 
West Brooksville Hancock 

West Buxton York 

West Camden Knox 
West Charleston Penobscot 

West Corinna Penobscot 

West Cornville Somerset 
West Cumberland Cumberland 

West Danville Androscoggin 

West Dover Piscataquis 

West Durham Androscoggin 

West Eden Hancock 

West Ellsworth Hancock 

West Embden Somerset 

West Knfield Penobscot 

West Falmouth Cumberland 
WestFarmingdale Kennebe 

Westfield Aroostook 

West Freeman Franklin 

VVest Gardiner Kennebec 
West Gardiner Centre 

Kennebec 

West Garland Penobscot 

West Glenburn Penobscot 
West Gloucester Cumberland 

West Gorham Cumberland 
West Gouldsborough Hancock 
West Great Works Penobscot 

West Hampden Penobscot 

West Harpwell Cumberland 

West Houlton Aroostook 

West Lebanon York 

Wese Levant Penoliscot 

West Lubec Washington 

West's Mills Franklin 

West Mi not Androscoggin 

West Moscow Somerset 

West Ncwtield York 

W'eston Aroostook 

West Paris Oxford 

West Parsonfield York 

West Pembroke Washington 

West Peru Oxford 

West Pittsfield Somerset 

West Poland Androscoggin 

West Pownal Cumberland 



Post Office. 

Westport 

West Sedgwick 

West Sidney 

West Sumner 

West Trenton 

West Troy 

West Washington 

West Waterville 

West Winterport 

Whitefield 

White Rock 

Whitneyville 

Whiting 

Williamsburg 

Winnegance 

Wjnslow 

Wilson's Mills 

Wilton 

Windham 

Windsor 

Winn 

Winter Harbor 

Winthrop 

Wiscasset 

Woodstock 

Woodville 

Woolwich 

Winterport 

Yarmouth 

York 



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County, ' 



Li 
Han 

Kenneb' 
Oifo;i 
Hanco^ . 

Wal.,| 
Linco!-' 
Kennebf 
\\alJ 
LincoJ 
Cumberlar> 
Washingtci 
Washintitti ' 
Piscataqu 
Sagadahi I 
Kennebi I 
Ox, 01 1 
Frankl | , 
Cumberlai ; 
Kenneb' I 
PenobsC'i 
Hancot 
Kennebr 
Lincoli 
Oxfoi 
Penobseijl , 
Sagadah<* '. 
Wal(,i ', 
Cnmberlari' 
Yoil 



Maryiaiid. 

Post Office. County.] 

Aberdeen Harfoi' 

Abingdon Hanloi 

Accident Allegluiui' 

Adamstown Frederic| 

Adamsvillc Fredericl 

Aireys Dorchestf 

Alberton Howar 

Allen's Fresh Charh 

Annapolis Anne Arundc j- 

Annapolis Junction " IR 

Aquasco Prince Georgenf 

Arnold's Store Ane Arund '; 
Araby Fredtrie,- 

Bachman's Mills Cairo; 

Backlingan Baltiuioi 

Bakersville WashinL-'toi 

Baltimore Baltimoi ■ 

Bark Hill Carroji' 

Barnesville Montgomer- 1 

Barrallville AUeghLin 

Barren Creek Spring Sonu 



Barry 

Barton 

Bay Hundred 

Bay View 

Beantown 

Beaver Creek 

Becklevsville 

Bee Tree 

Bel Air 

Beltsville 

Benevola 

Iterlin 

Bethlehem 

Bird Hill 

Bishop's Head 

Black Horse 

Black Rock 

Bladensburg Prince George 

Bloomington AUeghen 

Blue Ball 

BohemiaMills 

Bolivar 

BoonesviUe 

Boonsborough 

Brady's Mills 



Frederic; 
Allechan, 
Talbci 
Cec; 
Charhij; 
Washiniito 
Bal timo 
Baltinioi 
Harfor 
Prince George' 
Washingto 
Worceste 
Carolin 
Carrol 
Dorcheste 111 
Harfor [f 
Saltimoi 



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Ceci k 



Ceei 

Frederic! 

Carolin 

Washingto; 

Allczhan 



Brandywine Prince GArge' 
Brick Meeting House Cec; hr. 
Bridgeport Frederic Iti; 

Bridgetown Carolin 

Bristol Anne Arundt h\ 

Broad Creek Queen Ann 

Broad Creek Neck Tnlbo 

Brooklandville Baltimor h 



Brookville 

Brownsville 

Bruceville 

Bryantown 

Buckeyetown 

Bucktown 



'n. 



JTontgomer_ 

Washingtoi 

Carrol kw 

Charle 

Fredericl 

Dorcheste 



Buena Vista Prince GeorLe 
Burkittsville Fredericl{«! 

Burnettsville Somerse 

Burrsville Carolin 



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Post Office. 



County. 

Baltimore 



Butler 

C.>lverton Mills 

Cambridge Dorchester 

CiirroUtou Carroll 

Catoasrille Biltimore 

Cavertowu Washinston 

Ceciltoa Cecil 

Ce.iar Creek Dorchester 

Ceuferville Queen Anne 

Chuptio St. Jlary't 

Ch.irlcstown Cecil 

Charlotte Hall St. Marv's 

Cherry- Hill Ce"cil 
Chesapeake City 

Chestertowa Kent 

Cliesterville " 

Chewsville Washington 

Chrome Hill Harford 

Ch.irch Creek Dorchester 

Church Hill Queen Anne 

Chirchville Harford 

Clarksburg Slontstomerv 

Clarksville Hoirar'd 

Clayton Harford 

Clear Spring Washingtou 

Clermont Mills Harford 

Cockeysville Baltimore 

Colesville Montgomery 
Collugeof St.J.^me3Wa3hin^ton 
CoUin;;ton Prince George's 

Couocoeheague Washington 
Conowingo 
OooksTilie 
Coruersville 
Cotocton Furnace 
Cragerstown 
Croom 
Cross Roads 



Pott Office, 



County. 



Glenville 
Glymont 
Golden Hill 
Gorsuck's Mills 
Goshen 
Govanstown 
Governor's Bridge 

Anne Arundel 
Graceham Frederick 

Grantsville Alleghany 

Grave Run Mills Baltimore 
Great Mills 
Greentield Mills 
Greensboro' 
Green Spring Furnace 

Washington 



Harford 

Charles 

Dorchester 

Baltimore 

Slontgomery 

Baltimore 



St. JIary' 
Frederick 
Caroline 



Cecil 
Howard 
Dorchester 
Frederick 
Frederick 
Prince George's 
Montgomery 



Crotcher's Ferry Dorchester 
Cumberland Alleghanv 

Cruwnsville AnneArunde'l 

Cub Hill Baltimore 

Damascus Moutgomerv 

Dauie's Quarter Somerset 
Darlington Harford 

Da/uestown Sfontgomery 

Darsey's Store Montgumerv 
Davidsouville Ajine Arunde'l 
D.iytou Howard 

, Deal's Island Somerset 

|Decr Park Alleghany 

Demon Caroline 

Dopcaster Charles 

Double Pipe Creek Carroll 

Doivusville Washington 

Drawbridge 
Dublin 
Dutiield 

; Dulaney's Valley 

i Dunkirk 
East Xew Market 

ifciascon 
EdesviUe 
Elk Ridge Landing 

I Elk ion 
EU-ngowan 

I Ell .-ott's Mills 

JGmmittsburg 



Greenwood 

Hagerstown 

Hampstead 

Hancock 

Hanesville 

Hanover 

Hare wood 

Harford Furnace 

Harney 

Harrison 

Harrisonville 

Haver de Grace 

Head of Sassafras 

Hereford 

Hickory Tavern 

Hicksburgh 

Hillsboro' 

HiU'sPoint 

Hilton's Switch 

Hood's Mills 

Hookstown 

Hooperville 

Hoovers ville 

Hope 



Baltimore 

Washington 

Carroll 

Washington 

Kent 

Howard 

Howard 

Harford 

Carroll 

Dorchester 

Baltimore 

Hartford 

Kent 

Baltimore 

Harford 

Dorchester 

Caroline 

Dorchester 



Post OJice. 

Millington 
Millstone Point 
Monktou Mills 
Monocacy 
Monrovia 
Alontrose 
Alount Pleasant 
Mount Savaire 



County. 



Pott O^ct. 



Co»mif, 



Frederic 
Alle;:baiiv 



i: 



Frederick 
Charle* 



Carroll 

Baltimore 

Dorchester 

Anne Arundel 

Somerset 



Hopewell X Roads Harford 
Horsehead Princa George's 
Huntingtown Calvert 

Hyattstown Montgomery 

Hyattsville Prince George's 
Ijamsville Frederick 

Indian Springs Washington 
Ilchester Mills Howard 



iCjmuiorton 
jEustor 
iFairHill 
uFaUston 
|Farminiton 
jFederalHill 
^^ederalsburg 
•jFinksburg 
j fishing Creek 
ii^lintstone 
'orest Hill 
'orest Oak 
^ore^tville 



Dorchester 

Harford 

Charles 

Baltimore 

Cal vert 

Dorchester 

Taj bo t 

Kent 

Howard 

Cecil 

Baltimore 

Howard 

Frederick 

Harford 

Montgomery 

Cecil 

Harforo 

Cecil 

Harford 

Dorchester 

Carroll 

Dorchester 

Alleghany 

Harford 

Montgomery 

Prince George's 



-lacksoiiville 
Jarrettsville 
Jefferson 
Jerusalem Mills 



Somerset 

Harford 

Frederick 

Harford 



Johnson's Store Anne Arundel 



ork Meeting House Baltimore 
■"orktown Somerset 

T J"ort Washington 

Prince George's 

utain Green Harford 

.i}''our Locks Washington 



'ouliag Creek 
•'rankville 
rederick 
'reedom 
reeland 
ri-ndship 
''ri'.ellburg 
rostburg 
unkstowu 
lalena 
ij ralestown 

llant Green 
rfrermiutown 
,iH:(de Mills 
si-lenely 



Caroline 

Alleghany 

Frederick 

Carrol! 

B.altimorp 

Anne Arundel 

Carroll 

Alleghany 

AVasiiington 

K«nt 

Uorchester 

Charles 

Montiromery 

Alleghany 

Howard 



Johnstown 

Jolinsville 

Keedysville 

Kennedyville 

Kingston 

Kroh's Mills 

Ladiesburg 

Lakesville 

Lander 

Lapidum 



Alleghany 

Frederick 

Washiuirton 

Kent 

Somerset 

Carroll 

Frederick 

Dorchester 

Frederick 

Harfon' 



Mount Washington Baltimore 

Myersville 

Nanjcmoy 

Newark 

Xewburg 

N^ew Hope 

N'ew London 

New Market 

Newport 

Newtown 

New Windsor 

Northeast 

Nottingham 

Oakland 

Oak Orchard 

Oakville 

Otfut's^l Roads 

Oldtown 

OIney 

Orleans 

wing's Mills 

Oxford 

Paper Jlills 

Park Hall 

Parkton 

Patuxent 



Kent .Sh«rp«town 
Washin.-ton Shelltown 

Baltimore She|.p«rd»»ills 
Montgomerv ' .Silver Ran 

Frederick SimpiunvilU 
Montgomery 8'l¥.;r i.iU 
~ ."^kipton 

Slf„-.. 

Smithibnrs 
Smitlirille 
Snow H.ll 
Worcester South UiTcr 
Charlra SpenrtrTilU 
Caroliot Spor'i L«ndi»* 
Frederick Stufdemvill* 
.■still Pund 

■Sudler.vill« 

Siimmitrille 
SunderUndrille 



< J,:.- :i 

ii.«.r4 

Prisce G«"rr*'t 

TklWl 

Wkj'. afU'B 
t'«r- .M 

Aaat .irublcl 
Moatfuairr; 

lUlt Uuf* 

Qa<«a \mam 
Ciliaft 



Perrymansville 
Perry ville 
Petersville 
Ph(Enix 
Philopolis 
Pierceland 
Pikesville 
Piscataway 
Pisgah 

Pleasant H 11 
Pleasantville 
Point Lookout 
Point of Rocks 
Pomonkev 
Poolsville 
Poplar Springs 
Port Deposit 
Port Herman 
Port Republic 
Port Tobacco 
Potter's Landing 
PowellsviUe 
Powhatan 
Preston 



Charles 

Worcester 

Carroll 

Cecil Sumtfj Prif 

Prince George's Swantun 
Alleghanv Sweet Air 
Frederick Syki-sville 
St. Mary's Taneytown 
Montguiiiery Taylor 

Alleghany Taylor't ItUad 
Montgomerv Tavlorjrille 
Alleghany I T.'D. Prlr-- 

Baltimore Templeville i, 

Talbot ' Thomu' Run 
Baltimore' Tilghiaintowa ^' 
St. Mary's Tobaeco Stick 
Bait i more j Towftontown 
Anne Arundel Tracy't Landing Aaar .irui>4<i 



llarfaH 
Dorr b^ Mr 
Carfall 



Harford , Trapne T»l b«| 

Cecil I Triaiielphia JJuBi^umrf^ 

Frederick Ty»«kin ^l•»rfM» 

Baltimore' Inion Brides Carrvll 

" ' I'Diun MtKiiag IlaaM 



Howard' 
Baltimore^ Fnion MilU 
Prince George's, ruiontown 
Charles' rnionrillo 
Harford I'nity 
Harford Tpi^rco 
St. Mary's \'nx:tV. Riadj 
Frederick i 1'p|ht Kall« 
Charles' I'pper Marl bom' 



Baliiaara 
Camll 

Fn^lcrirk 



Prince 



ontgomery 
Howard 




Pr<n« <!«"r«»*» 


I'pper Trapp* 


So»rr»« 


Cecil 


I'rbana 


FrrJ.rick 




I'lica M.IU 


y- - -V 


Calvert 


Vienna 


1 


Charles 


Wakefldd 




Caroline 


Walkemrlll. 




Worcester 


Warfleldburg 




Baltimore 


W arrvii 


T% 


Caroline 


Warwick 


CmU 


irn Calvert 


Waters V lilt 


CanwII 



Lappon's X Roads Was ington 
Lauraville Baltimore 

LaurelFactory PrineeGcorge's 
Laytonsville ' Montgomery 
Leesborough Sfontgomery 

Leitersburg Washington 

Leonardstown St. Mary's 

Lewistown Frederick 

Liberty town " 

Lindseyvillo Worcester 

Linganore Frederick 

Lisbon Howard 

Little Gunpowder Baltimore 
Ijittle Meadow Allegliany 

Locust Grove Kent 

Lombardsville Cecil 

Lonaconing Alleghany 

LongGreenAcademv Baltimore 
Long Marsh Queen Anne 

Louisville Carroll 

Lower Marlboro' Calvert 

Lutherville Baltimore 

McKinstry's Mills Carroll 

Magnolia 
JIanchester 
Marriottsville 
Maryland Line 
M.assey's X Roads 
Matthews' Store 
Mechanicstowu 
Melbourne 



.Melville 

Michaelsville 

Middlehrook 

.Middleburg 

Sliddletown 

Milestown 

Millersville 

Mill Green 



Harford 

Carroll 

Howard 

Baltimore 

Kent 

Ilowarrl 

Frederick 

Kent 

Caroline 

Harford 

Montiromory 

Carroll 

Frederick 

St. Mary's 

Anne Arun''!el 

Harford 



Princess Anne 

Principio 

Principio Furnace 

Prospect 

Pylesville 

Quantico 

Queen Anne 

(Juecnstown 

Randallstown 

Reister.itown 

Ridge 

Ridgeville 

Ringgold 

Rising Sun 

Riverton 

Rock Hall 

Rock Springs 

Rock ville 

Roesville 

Roger's Store 

Rohrcrsville 

Rossville 

Rowlandsville 

Roxbiirv Mills 

Royal Oak 

Ru'thsburg 

Sabillasville 

St. CIcmcnt'sBay St. .M«ry 

Saint Dennis Baltimiirr 

Saint lucgoes St. M.iry't 

Saint Leonard's Cilvcrt 

Saint Margaret's Anno Arundel 



Somerset ' W'eiMiburit 
Cecil ' Wejtcrnport 
Cecil ' We^tmin^trr 
Harford. W. v 
Harford W 
Somerset *\' 
Prince George's Wevirtuu 
Queen Anne^ H'halejfTlIU 
Baltimorr'**"hit'ev.biirj 
Baltimon White Hall 
St. .M^'.rv's While llarra 
llultim'ore WiMiam«p>Tl 
Washington Winfirld 
Cecil Win«ton 
Somerset ■ Wolf«»ill» 
Kent ' Woodbiirf 
Cecil: WnodkiD* 
Montgomerv Wooden»bi:rj 
Queen Anne! Wood Lawo 

Kent Wood«lort>agh 
Washington l Wood.tock 
Balllinon W..odr,l« 
e,.eil WyeMillf 
Howard Zjon 
Talbot I Zoocksvillt 
Qiiorn Aniicj ^__^^^__^ 
Fn"lerick 



Balii»''r« 
rv«i| 



It. 



(Vrll 



Saint Martin's 
Saint Michael's 
Salem 
Salisbury 
Sam's Crook 
Sandy Hill 
.Sandy Hook 
Sandy Spring 
Savage 
Selbysport 
Sharps burg 



Worcejtrr 

TuUot 
Doreb -!>T 

S-' 
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Was!. 

Monl. 

II 

All' 

Wash 



Mas-sacliiiNClh. 



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POST OFFICES — MASACHUSETTS. 



P.'«e Office. 



County. 



Annisquam Essex 

Asliburnliam Worcjater 
.Ashbiiruh:im Depot Worcester 

Asliby M'dtllt'sex 

Aslifiuld Franklin 

Asliland M;iicllesex 

A.^liley's FalU IVtUsIiuv 

Ashlcyville HanipcK-n 

Assabet ^lidiilesex 

Atlicil Worcester 

Athol Depot Worcester 

Attleljoruugll Bristol 

Auburn Worcester 

Auburn D:»Io JliiWlesex 

IJald win-tville Worcester 

RnUar.l Viile Essex 

U.iiicroft licrksliire 

Harnstuble Barnstable 

Barre Worcester 

Harre Plains Worcester 

Beckett Berkshire 

Beiiford Jliddlesex 

Becliertown Hampshire 

B llin,:-'ham Norfolk 

Belmont Jliddlesex 

liernardstown Franklin 

Berkley Bristol 

Berkshire Berkshire 

Berlin Worcester 

Beverly Essex 

Beverly Farms Essex 

Billerica Middlesex 

.'Jlaekiiiton Berkshire 

B'.aokstone Worcester 

Blanford Hampden 

Boltoii AV'orcester 

Bond's Village Hampden 

Boston Sulfolk 

Boxborough Middlesex 

Box ford Essex 

Boylston Worcester 

Boylston Center Worcester 

Bradford Essex 

Hrag^ville Middlese;! 

Braintree Norfolk 

Itrevfster Barns table 

Bridgowater Plymouth 

Brighton Jfiddlesex 

Brimlield Hampden 

Brookfield Worcester 

Brooklino Norfolk 

Buckland FranKlin 

Burlington Middlesex 

Burra^'evillo Worcester 

Byfield Essex 

Cambridge Middlesex 

Carabridgeport Middlesex 

Campello Plvmouth 

Canton Norfolk 

Carlisle Middlesex 

Carver Plymouth 

Centerville . Barnstable 

Central Village Bristol 

Oharlcmont Franklin 
Charles River Village Norfolk 

Charlestown Middlesex 
Charlton 
Charlton City 
Charlton Depot 
Chatham 
Chatham Port 
Che'msford 
Chelsea 
Cherry Valley 
Cheshire 
Che.-ttr 

Chester Centre 
Chesterfield 



Post Office, 



County. 



Ohicopee 

Chicopee Falla 

Chilmark 

Chiltmville 

Olappville 

Cliftoudale 

Clinton 

Cochcsett 

Cochituate 

Cohassett 

Cold Spring 

Colerain 

Col'cge Hill 

Collins' Depot 

Collsville 

Concord 

Conway 

CordaviUo 

Cotuitport 

Cunnington 



"Worcester 

'Worcester 

Worcester 

Barnstable 

Barnstable 

Middlesex 

Suffolk 

Worcester 

Berkshire 

Hampden 

Ham pdeu 

Hampshire 

Hampden 

Hampden 

Dake.- 

Ply mouth 

Worcester 

Essex 

^VorGester 

Plymouth 

Middlesex 

Norfolk 

Berkshire 

Franklin 

31iddlesex 

Hampden 

Berkshire 

Middlesex 

Franklin 

Worcester 

Barnstable 

Hampshire 



Cunnington West Y'lla/re 

Hampshire 
Curtinsville Berkshire 

D.;na Worceatcr 



Dal ton Berkshire 

Danvers Essex 

Danvers Center Essex 

Danverspori Essex 

Dirtmooth Bristol 

Dedham Norfolk 

Deerfield Franklin 

Dennis Barnstabl 

Dennis Port Barnstable 

Uigbtou ■ Bristol 

Dorchester Norfolk 

Douglass Worcester 

Dover Norfolk 

Draeut Middlesex 

Dudley Worcester 

Dunstable Middlesex 

Duxbury Plymouth 

I'lasl Aliingtet. Pl_\ mouth 

East Brewster B irnstable 

Kast Bridgewater Plymouth 

lilast Brinfield Hampden 

East Brookfield Worcester 

East Cambridge Middlesex 

East Charlemout Franklin 

East Dennis Barnstable 

Kast Douglass Worcester 

East Falmouth Barnstable 

East Foxborough Norfolk 

East Freetown Bristol 

East (iranville Hampden 

East Gloucester Essex 

Eastham Barnstabl • 

East Hampton H vmpshire 

East Ilarwiek Barnstable 

East Haverhill Essex 

ICast HuUiston Middlesex 

East Lee Berkshire 

Ea-it Lexington Middlesex 
East Long Meadow Hampden 

East Marshfield Plymouth 

Kast Medway "Norfolk 
East Middle'oorough Plymouth 

Easton Bristol 

East Orleans Barnstable 

E;ist Otis Berkshire 

East Pepperell Middlesex 

East Princeton Worcester 

East Randolph Norfolk 

East Salisbury Essex 

East Sandwich Barnstable 

East Sharon Norfolk 

Bast Sheffield Berkshire 

East Shelburno Franklin 

East Somerville Middlesex 

East Stouihton Norfolk 

East Taunton Bristol 

East Wal pole Nor fol k 

East Wareham Plvmouth 

East Weymouth Norfolk 

East Whately Franklin 

East Windsor Berkshire 

East Woburn Middlesex 

Edgartowu Dukes 

Enfield Hampshire 

Erving Franklin 

Essex Essex 

Fairhaven Bristol 

Fairmount Norfolk 

Fall River Bristol 

Falmouth Barnstabl( 

Parnamsville Vroreeslei 

Feeding Hills Hnmpder, 

Fcltonsville Middle3"x 

Fiskeilale Worcester 

Fitchburg Worcester 

Florence Hampshire 

Florida Berkshire 

Forge Village Middlesex 

Foxljorough Norfolk 

Framingliam Middlesex 

Franklin Norfolk 

Franklin City Norfolk 

Freetown Bristol 

Gardner Worcester 

(t -orgetown Essex 

Oilbertvillo Worcester 

Prill Franklin 

Olendale Berkshire 

Ijlobe Village AV'oreester 

fjloucester Essex 

Uoshen Hampshire 

Grafton Worcester 

Granby Hampshire 

Graniteville Middlesex 

Grantville Norfolk 

Granville Corner3 Hampden 

Great Barringtoa Berkshire 

Greenfield Franklin 

Greenwich Hampsliire 
Greenwich Village Hampshire 

Greenwood Middlesex 

Groton Middlejcx 



I'oxt OxKce. 

Groton Junction 

Grout's Corner* 

(Jroveland 

Hadlev 

Halifax 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hanover 

Hanson 

Hard wick 

Harrison S'luaro 

Hiirtsvillo 

Harvard 

Harwich 

Harwichport 

Hatchville 

Hatfield 

Haverhill 

Hawley 

Hayden Row 

Haydenville 

Heath 

Hingham 

Hin^Uale 

Hebronville 

Holden 

Holland 

HoUiston 

Holmes' Hole 

Holyoke 

Hoosac Tunnel 

Hopedale 

Hopkintou 

Housatonic 

Hubbarilston 

Hull 

Huntington 

Hyannis 

Indian Orchard 

1 pswich 

Ireland 

.fanjaiea Plains 

Joppa-ViUage 

Kingston 

Lancaster 

Lanesborough 

Lakeville 

LaucsviUe 

Lawrence 

Lee 

Leeds 

Leicesta 

L -nox 

Lenox Furnace 

Leominster 

Leverett 

Lexington 

Leyden 

Lincoln 

Littleton 

Lock's Village 

Long Meadow 

Long Plain 

Lowell 

Ludlow 

Lunenburg 

Lynn 

Lynnfield 

Lynnfield Center 

Maiden 

Manebaug 

Manchester 

Mansfield- 

Maplewood 

Marblchead 

Marbleborough 

Marion 

Marshfield 

Jlarston's Milb 

Mattapan 

Mattapoisett 

Medfield 

Med ford 

Medway 

Melrose 

Mendon 

Meth'ien 

Middleborough 

Middlefield 

Middlesex Village 

IMiddleton 

Mil ford 

Millbury 

Mil liTi','tou 

Mill River 

Millville 

Milton 

Miriekville 

Mitteneague 

Monroe 

Atonson 

Montagus 



County. 

M'ddlesex 

Franklin 

Essex 

Hampshire 

Plymouth 

Essex 

B'-rkshire 

Pl\ mouth 

Plymouth 

Worcester 

Norfolk 

Berkshire 

Worcester 

Barnstable 

Barnstable 

Barnstable 

Hampshire 

Essex 

Franklin 

Middlesex 

Hampshire 

Franklin 

Plymouth 

Berkshire 

Bristol 

Worcester 

Hampden 

Middlesex 

Dukes 

Hampden 

Ber'icshire 

Worcester 

Jliddlesex 

Berkshire 

M'orcester 

Plymouth 

Hampshire 

Barnstable 

Hampden 

Essex 

HiUnpden 

Norfolk 

PI} mouth 

Plymouth 

\Vorcester 

Berkshire 

Plymouth 

Essex 

Essex 

Berkshire 

Hampshire 

Worcester 

Berkshire 

Berkshire 

W^orcester 

Franklin 

Middlesex 

Franklin 

Middlesex 

Middlesex 

Franklin 

Hampden 

Bristol 

Middlesex 

Hampden 

"Worcester 

Essex 

Essex 

Essex 

Middlesex 

"Worcester 

Essex 

Bristol 

Middlesex 

Essex 

Middlesex 

Franklin 

Plymouth 

Barnstable 

Norfolk 

Plvmouth 

Norfolk 

Middl.'sex 

Norfolk 

Middlesex 

Worcester 

Essex 

Plymouth 

Hampshire 

Middlesex 

Essex 

Worcester 

Worcester 

Franklin 

Berkshire 

Worcester 

Norfolk 

Bristol 

Hampden 

Franklin 

HampHnn 

Franklin 



Post Office. 

Monterey 
Montgomery 
Montville 
Monument 
Mount Auburn 
Nahant 
Nantucket 
Natick 
Needham 
Neponset Village 
New Ashford 
New Bedford 
New Boston 
New Braintree 
Newbury port 



Counly.'\ f 

Berkshiii •• 
Hainp'l 
Berkslii 
Barnstut 
Middles 
Ess, 
Nantuekjji; 
Middlesl Ij 
NorfJ - 
Nnrb. 
Berk>l:i 
Brisi 
Berksbi 
Worc'St 
Ess.l 



NewEnglandVillage Worces 
New Lenox Berksh 

New Marlborough Berksh 
New Salem Frank 

Newton Middles 

Newton Center Middles 

Newton Lower Falls M iddl 
Newtou Upper Falls Middies 
Middles 
Pl\mou^ 
BJrkshi 
Hampsh: 
Hampshi 

*iOss; 

Ess 
Bris 



Newtonville 
North Abington 
North Adams 
North Amherst 
Northampton 
North Audover 
North Andover Depot 
North Attleborough 



North Beeket 
North Bellingham 
North Beverly 
Nori h Billerica 
North Blanford 
North Blackstoue 
Northborough 
Northbriclge 
Northbridge Cente 



Berksh 

No 
Ess 
Middi 
Ilampd 
W orees' 
WoreesI 
W orees' 
Worcesi 



North Bridgewater Plyn ou 

North Brookfield Woreest 

North Cambridge 

North Carver 

North Chatham 

North Chelmsford 

North Chelsea 

North Chester 

North Cohasset 

North Dana 

North Dartmouth 

North Dighton 

North Easton 

North Eastham 

North Egremout 

North Falmouth 

North field 

Northtield Farms 

North Hadley 

North Harwiek 

North Leominster 

North Leverett 

North Marshfield 

N. Middleborough 

North New Salem 

North Orange 

North Oxford 

North Pembroke 

North Plymton 

North Prescott 

North Reading 

North Rehoboth 

North Rochester 

North Sandwich 

North Scituate 

North S'lmerville 

North Spencer 

North Stnughton 

North Sudbury 

North Swansea 

North Tewksbury 

North Truro 

North I'xbridge 

North West Bridgewater 

Plymou 
North Weymouth 
North Wilmington 
North Woburn 
North Wrentham 
Norton 



Middle 
Plymou 
Barnstal 
Middles i 

Suft"( 
Hampd j 

Norfi 
Worces) ! 
Bris 
Bris 
Bris 
Barnstal 
Berksh 
Barns ta" 
Frank 
Frank ■ 
Hampsh; 
BiU'ii.-tal I 
Worces] 
Frank | 
Plymou I 
Plvmouj 
Frank! 
Frank: 
Worces 
Plymou 
Plymou 
Hampsh 
Middles 
Bris ' 
Plymou 
Barnstal 
Plymou 
Middles 
Worces 
N..rfc 
Middles 
Bris I 
Middles 
Barnsta ! 
Worces 1 



Norwich 

Oak dale 

Oakham 

Orange 

Orleans 

Osterville 

Otis 

Otter River 

Oxford 

Palmer 

Pax ton 

Pelham 



Norfc 
Middl 
Middles 
Norfc 
Bris 
Hampsir 
\\'orcesi i 
Woreesllt 

Frank 

Barnsta 

Barnsta' 

Berksh 

Worees 

Worces wj 

Hampc 

Woreesil 

fiampsh 



POST OFFICES MiCHlGAJf. 



Worcester 

Worcester 

Essei 

Berkshire 

Hampshire 

Norfolk 



r.i.sl Office, County, 

'jmliroke 
'cpiierill 
•eru 

'etcrsham 
'hillipston 
'igi'iu Cove 
'ittstielii 
*taiuneld 
Maiiiville 
'hinoiith 

'lym ['ton Station Plvmuuth 

'Ivmptoa Plymouth 

'ociissett Tia-rnstatle 

'n-scott Hampshire 

'riiiooton Worcester 

'rovincetown Barnstable 
jnincv 

faiijoy Point 

ianuo'lph Norfolk 

Isiviiluim Bristol 

leading Middlesex 

;e:i.lville Station N..rfolk 

It'hoboth Bristol 

Richmond Berkshire 

Lingville Hampshire 

liverdale Essex 

iocliester Plymouth 

lock Plyniouth 

lock Bottom Mi'ddlesex 

tockport Essex 

IncltviUe Norfolk 

lowc Franklin 

lowley Essex 

loxLurj Norfolk 

loyalston Worcester 

iHSsell Hampden 

;utland Worcester 

alem Essex 

ali>li!irv Essex 

audisticld Berkshire 

andwich Barnstable 

augus Essex 

auL'Us Center Essex 

aundersville Worcester 

aroy Berkshire 

axoiiviile Middlesex 

cittiate Plymouth 

cotlaud Pivmouth 

harnn S'orfolk 

hetiield Berksl^ire 

helburne Franklin 

helburne Falls Franklin 

heldonville Norfolk 

herbom Middlesex 

hirley Middlesex 

hirley Villajo Middlesex 

hrewshury Worcester 

hutesbury Franklin 

mithville Worcester 

)merset Bristol 

jmerville Middlesex 
VI til Acton 

)-ith Al incton Plymoutli 

»uEh Amesbury Essex 

inty...n, pton Hampshire 
'nth Attleborough Bristol 

jttth Amherst Hampshire 

>iith Br.iiutreo Norfolk 

>uthbrid^e Worcester 

lath Chatham Barnstable 

)nth Carver Plymouth 

)uth Danvers Essex 

)nthboroii,ah Worcestei 

>uth Dartmouth Bristol 

)uth Dedham Norfolk 

)Uth Deerfield Franklin 

)uth Dennis Barnstable 

)uth Easton Bristol 

)utli Egremont Berkshire 

Jathlield Berkshire 
)uth Framingham Middlesex 

)uth Franklin Norfolk 

lath ttardner Woicester 

)uth Groveland Essex 

>uth Hadley Hampshire 
>«th Hadley Falls Hampshire 



Post Ogiee. 

Plymouth ^ South Sandwich 
Middlesex \ Soatli .Scituate 
Berkshire i South Seekonk 
w..,„„^..,. J5„„(h Sudhurv 

South Walpole 
South Wellfleet 
South Wcstport 
South Weymouth 
Soutliwiek 



Plymouth J South Wilbraham 



County. 

Barnstable 

Plvmoutli 

Bristol 

Mi.'dlesex 

Norfolk 

Barnstable 

Bristol 

Norfolk 

Hampden 

Hampden 



Post Office. 



South WilliamstoivnBL-rkshire 



Norfolk I State L 
Norfolk Sterling 



South Wrentham 
South Yarmouth 
Spencer 
Springfield 
"prinJ Hill 



snth Hanover 
)uth Hanson 
auth Harwich 
juth Hawley 
5uth Hingham 
Buth Lancaster 
)uth Lee 
luth Maiden 
Juth Middleboro' 
3uth Jlilford 
juLh Natick 
jnth Orleans 
onth Plymouth 
luth Randolph 
»uth Reading 
)uth Royalston 



Still River 

Stockbridge 

Stoneham" 

Stoughtou 

Stow 

Siurbridge 

Sudbury 

Sunderland 

Sutton 

Swampscott 

Swansea 

Taunton 

Templeton 

Tewkesbury 

I'horndikc 

Three Rivers 

Kiiland 

To !>.-, field 

Townseud 

Town^end Harbor 

Truro 

Tyngsborough 

Tyringham 

I'pton 

I'xbridge 

Van Deusenville 

Wachusett Village 

Wales 

Walpole 

Ware 

Wareham 

Waltham 

Waquoit 

Warren 

Warwick 

Washington 

Watertown 

Wnverly 
Wayland 
Webster 
Wtllesley 
Wellfleet 
Wendell 
Middlesex | Wendell Depot 
Wenham 
West Acton 
West Amesbury 
West Barnstable 
West Becket 
Wcstborough 
West Boxford 
West Boylestoa 
West Brewster 
West Bridgewater 
West Brookfield 
West Cambridge 
West Chatham 
West Chelmsford 
West Chesterfield 
Wes". Dedham 
West Dennis 
West Duxbury 
West Falmouth 
Westfield 
West Fitchburgh 
West ford 
West Foxboro' 
West Gloucester 
West Granville 
West Groton 
West Hampton 
West Hanover 
West Harwich 
West Hawley 
West Mansfield 
West Jledford 
West Medwav 
West Millbu'ry 
Westminster 
West Newbury 
West Newton 
West Northfield 
Weston 



Plymouth 

Plymouth 

Barnstable 

Franklin 

Plymouth 

Worcester 

Berkshire 

Jliddlesex 

Plymouth 

M'orcestcr 

Middlesex 
Barnstable 

Pivmouth 
S'orfolk 

Middlesex 

Worcester 1 West OtU 



Norfolk 

Barnstable 

Worcester 

Hampden 

Barnstable 

Berkshire 

M'orccster 

\A"orce5ter 

B-rkshire 

Middlesex 

Norfolk 

Sliddlcscx 

Worcester 

Middlesex 

Franklin 

Worcester 

Essex 

Bristol 

Bristol 

Worcester 

Middlesex 

Hampden 

Hampden 

Hampden 

Essex 

Middlesex 

Middlesex 

Barnstable 

Jliddlcsex 

Berkshire 

Worcester 

Worcester 

Berkshire 

Worcester 

Hampden 

Norfolk 

Hampshire 

Plymouth 

Jliddlcsex 

Barnstable 

Worcester 

Franklin 

Berkshire 

Middlesex 

Jlliddlesex 

Middlesex 

Worcester 

Norfolk 

Barnstable 

Frankliri 

Franklin 

Essex 

Middlesex 

Essex 

Barnstable 

Berkshire 

AVorcester 

Essex 

Worcester 

Barnstable 

Plymouth 

Worcester 

Middlesex 

Barnstable 

Middlesex 

Hampshire 

Norfolk 

BarnstabU 

Plymouth 

Bsrnstable 

Hampden 

Worcester 

Middlesex 

Norfolk 

Essex 

Hampden 

Middlesex 

Hampshire 

Hampshire 

Barnstable 

Franklin 

Bristol 

Middlesex 

Norfolk 

Worcester 

Worcester 

Essex 

Middlesex 

Franklin 

Middlesex 

BerkJhiru 



West 

West 

We 

West 

West 

West 

We.-t 

West 

West 

West 

West 



Pittsfield 
port 

port Point 
Ruxburv 
liutlaud 
Sandwich 
Scituate 
Springfield 
Sterling 
Stocklridgc 
Stockbridge 



West Sutton 

West Tisburv 

AVest Townseud 

West Upt.n 

W est Warcham 

West Warren 

West Worihington 

West Wrentham 

West Yarmouth 

Weymouth 

W (lately 

V. hilinsville 

Wilbraham 

Wilkinsonvillc 

Wijliamsburgh 

Williamstown 

Wir.imansett 

Wilmington 

Winchendom 

AVinchester 

\\'indsor 

Winthrop 

Woburn 

Wood's Hole 

Woodville 

Worcester 

Worthington 

Wrentham 

Yarmouth 

Yarmouth Point 



County. 

Berkshire 

Br.stol 

Bristol 

Norfolk 

Worceiter 

Barostj>Ue 

Plymjcth 

Hampden 

Worcester 

Berksl.ire 
Center 
Berkshire 

Wor'- ■ - 

1' 
Mid.i: 

^^'orceaur 

Plymouth 

Worce.ster 

H^'ninshire 
Norfolk 
Barnstable 
N.Tiolk 
Frankhii 
Worccst. r 
Hunipdi n 
Worcester 
Hampshire 
Berkshire 
Hampden 
Middlesex 
Worcester 
Middlesex 
Berkshire | 
Suttolii 
Middlesex! 
Barnst»ble| 
.Middlesex 
Worcester ' 
Hampibin- ] 
Norfolk 
Barnstat le 
Barnstable 



Midii 



Po4t Ot'ic*. 

Baltimore 

BaD*or 

BirtiTill* 

Biw'Lake 

llat.'iria 

Ka:h 

Ulttl- Creek 

Bay City 

Bear River 

Beav. r Cieek 

Bedford 

H'llr Ki>tr 

" " Mllo 

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M-.Lingtoa 
Bt-itoua 
KentoD 
B>fniouia 
Rerlin 

llerritn C'Otrr 
Hrrrieu Sj rioj 
Berinud 
Bernllo 

Bethel 

Bi- I'.eater 

lii^ Prairi* 

Bi;; Kapidj 

Bii: Spr oj 

Birrh ICon 

BiriMin<b«in 

Hbiir 

niendon 

llij«<Ueia 

Bloomer Cmter 

llbM.inlirM 

llb«imAeld Jonel 

nb>omiDgdal« 

Illont 

B'.'ttrick Lake 

n<i\ilie 

Iln.dlry 

Bnidy 

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KatM 

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Wa»liuaa« 
L^Uaaa 

Oitaaa 
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Braatk 

OaklaaJ 

Ne..,t» 

M'CMla 

Oii*aa 

Haf ia*v 

U:VI«a4 

B'rtjr 

Kioaa 

f.taaata 

M-aicala 

Hafiaa* 

^>>^la«w 

T«»r»la 

Keal 
Krai 

AU^Caa 
Kataaai** 
Oaklu4 



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V. 



Post OJiee. 

Abscota 

Ada 

Adamsville 

Addison 

Adrian 

Akron 

Alabaster 

Alamo 

Albion 

Algansee 

Algiden 

Algonac 

Allison 

Allegan 

Allendale 

Alma 

Aluiena 

Almira 

Almont 

Algonquin 

Alpena 

Alpine 

Alto 

Alton 

Antrim 

Antrim City 

Alverion 

Am boy 

Ann Arbor 

Arenac 

Argentine 

Arland 

Arlington 

Armada 

Ashland 

Ashley 

Assyria 

Atlas 

A them 

Athlooe 

Attica 

Auburn 

Augusta 

Aureliuii 

Ausablc 

Austerliti 

Austin 

Avery 

Banks 

Bainbridgo 

Hftld» In's Mllli 

Ball MouQtaiD 



CouHty. 



Calhonn 

Kent 

CaiS 

Lenawee 

Tdscolo 

lo-ko 

Kalamazoo 

CalhouD 

Branch 

I' nia 

St. Cla r 

Lapier 

Allenn 

Ottjiwa 

Gratiot 

Van Burin 

Beniic 

Lapeer 

Ontonagon 

Alpena 

Keui 

Keal 

ShiavaMM 
ADtrin 

Inchain 
Hiilalpie 
Wajhtenm 
Arenac 
Geoefce 
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Bnikvar 

Bronwin'j Pralri* 
Hru.klleU 
llro..kl.<D 
lirow o^towa 
Hp'W u»T ilU 
Biichanaa 
llurk Cr«<k 
Burl 
IBuokrr Hilt 
Rorl ington 
I Kiirnt 
Mil rntifle 

llurrOak S 

Hurt 
Itortoa 

BuihDclI Coot r 
lluilrr 
Bvr ■ 
C«dr 
Calxlnala 
Califurala 
Cambria Mill 
0am bridge 
Cjmdra 
Campbell 
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POST OFFICES MICfflGAN. 



Pott Office. 



County. 



OlicUoft Washtenaw 

Clicanning SaKiiiiiw 

Olii'shire Allt-gnn 

C lister Kttton 

Cliickuming lUrriun 

China St. Claii 

Cliironco Calhoun 
Cliireufc Center 

C;.>rk City Monroe 

Clarkston Oakland 

Clay R.inks Oceann 

Clayton Lenawee 

Clear Lake tlontcalm 

Cliffiird Lapeer 

Clifton Keweenaw 

Climax Prairie Kalamazoo 

Clinton Lenawi'e 

Clyde Mills St. Clair 

ihoi'tah Livingston 

Ojld Water Branch 

Colon St. Joseph's 

Coloina Berrien 

Columbia Jackson 

OolumbiaTiIIe Lapeer 

Columbus St. Ohiir 

Commerce Oakland 

Comstock Kalama/on 

Concord Jackson 

C'aner's Creek Wayne 

Convis Calhoun 
Conv is Center 

oistantino St. Joseph's 

Conway Livingston 

Cooper Kalamazoo 

C lopcrsvillc Ottawa 
Copper Falls Sfine Keweenaw 

Copper Harbor •' 

C'rtland Center Kent 

Corunna Shiawassee 

Covert Genesee 

Crawford Isabella 
Crawford's Quarry 

Prcsque Isle 

Crimea Muskegon 

Croton Newaygo 

Crystal Montcalm 

Cuba Kent 

Dall.i3 Clinton 

Danby Ionia 

D.insville Ingham 

Davisburg Oakland 

Davison Genesee 

Davisville Sanilac 

Dayton Berrien 

Dearbornville Wayne 

Decatur V.in Buren 

Doer Creek Livingston 

Diierfield Lenawee 

Deer Lick Saginaw 

Denmark Tuscola 

D>-'lta Eaton 

Detroit Wayne 

DeWitt Clinton 

Dexter W.ishtenaw 

Disco Macomb 

Dover Lenawee 

DowaRiae Cass 

Drayton Plains Oakland 

Drydcn Lapeer 

Duncan Cheboygan 

Dundee Monroe 

Dnplain Clinton 

Eagle Clinton 

Eagle Harbor Keweenaw 

Eiiitle River " 

E.ist D.aytoa Tuscola 

East Leroy Calhoun 

Eanmansvillo Ottawa 

Ea^t Xankin Wayne 

East Ogden Lenawee 

Riwton Ionia 

E;ist Raisinville >Ionro 



Post Office. 

Brie 

Ksconawba 

Kssex 

Exeter 

Fairfield 

Fair Grove 

Fair Haven 

Fair Plains 

Fair View 

Fallasburg 

Farm 

Farmer's 

Farmer's Creek 

Farniington 



East Saginaw 

East Cnion 

Eaton Rapids 

Eau Claire 

Ecorse 

Eden 

Edinbur^ 

Edwardsburg 

Elgin 

Elk 

Elklind 

Elk Rapids 

Ellington 

Elm 

Elmira 

Kim Hall 

Kim wood 

KWie 

Eugliihville 

Enterprise 



Saginaw 

Mat'orali 

Eaton 

Berrien 

Wayne 

Ingham 

Hillsdale 

Cass 

Genesee 

Tuscola 
Antrim 
Toscla 
Wayne 

Eatoii 

Gratiot 

Tuscola 

Clinton 

Kent 

Shiawassee 



County. 

Monroe 
Delta 
Clinton 
Monroe 
Lenawee 
Tuscola 
St. Clair 
Montcalm 
Mason 
Kent 
Jackson 
Sanilac 
Lapeer 
Oakland 

Fawn River St. Joseph's 

Felts Ingham 

Fentonville Genesee 

Ferris Miuitealm 

Fitchburg Ingham 

Flat River Kent 

Fleming Livingston 

Flint Genesee 

Florence St. Joseph's 

I'lower Creek Oceana 

Flowerfield St. Joseph's 

Flushing Genesee 

Ford River Delta 

Forrester Sanilac 

Forest Bay ' ' 

Forest City Ottawa 

Forest Hill Gratiot 

Forestville Sanilac 

Four Towers Oakland 

Fowlersville Livingston 

Franciscoville Jackson 

Fraukenlust Saginaw 
Frankenmuth 

Franklin Oakland 

Frankfort Leelanau 

Frazer Macomb 

Fredonia Washtenaw 

FremontCentre Newaygo 

Free Soil Mason 

Fremont Shiawassee 

Frontier Hillsdale 

Gaines* Station Genesee 

Gainesville Kent 

Galesburg Kiilamazoo 

Gallon Berrien 

Ganges Allegan 

Garlick Ontonagon 

Geary Clinton 

Gena Delta 

Genesee Village Genesee 

Geneva Lenawee 

Genoa Livingston 

Georgetown Ottawa 

Gibraltar Wayne 

Gilead Branch 

Girard Branch 

G!.ass Creek Barry 

Glen Arbor Leelanau 

(roodland Lapeer 

Goodrich Genesee 

Grafton ilonroe 

Grahainsville Kent 

Grand Blanc Genesee 

Grand Haven Ottawa 

Grand Ledge Eaton 
GrandTraversc GrandTraverse 

Grand Rapids Kent 

Grandville " 

Grant Kent 

Grass Lake Jackson 

Grattan Kent 

Gravel Run Washtenaw 

Greenbush Clinton 

Greenfield Wayne 

Greenland Ontonagon 

Green Oak Livingston 

Greenville Montcalm 

Greenwood Oceana 

Grove Mecosta 

Groveland Oakland 

Gun Lake Barry 

Gun Marsh Allegan 

Hadley Lapeer 

Hamburg Livingston 

Hamlin Monroe 

Hancock Houghton 

Hanover Jackson 

Harrisville Alcona 

Hartford Van Buren 

Hartland Livingston 

Hartwellaville Shiawas-ioe 

Harvey Mar'iuette 

Hastings Barry 

Havanna Saginaw 

Hazleton Shiawassee 

Henrietta Jacksoi 

Hickory Corners Bnrrj 

Highland Oakland 



Fust Office. County. 

Hillsd.ale Hillsdale 

Holland Ottawa 

Holly Mills Oakland 

Holt Ingham 

Homer Calhoun 

Homestead Benzie 

Hooker Van Buren 

Hopkins Allegan 

Houghton Houghton 

Howardsville St. Joseph's 

Howell Livingston 

Hutibardstown Ionia 

Hudson Lenawee 

Hunter's Creek Lapeer 

Huron City Huron 

Huron Station Wayne 

Ida Monroe 

Inilay Lapeer 

Indian Creek Kent 

Inkster Wayne 

Ionia Ionia 

Irving Barry 

Isabella City Isabella 

Ishpeming Marquette 

Ithica Gratiot 

Jackson Jackson 

Jamestown Ottawa 

Jay Saginaw 

Jeddo St. Clair 

Jefferson Hillsdale 

Jeffersonville Cass 

Jersey Oakland 

Johnstown Barry 

Jonesville Hillsdale 

Josco Livingston 

Joytield Benzie 

Kalamazoo Kalamazoo 

Kalamo Eaton 

Kearsley Genesee 

Keelersville Kent 

Kelloggsville Kent 

Keuochee St. Clair 

Kensington Oakland 

Kewana Bay Houghton 

Keystone Clinton 

KidJville Ionia 

Kinderhook Branch 

Kipp's Corners Genesee 

Kossuth Ionia 

Koylton Tuscola 

Lafayette Gratiot 

La Grange Cass 

Laketou Berrien 

Laingsburgh Shiawassee 

Lake Mill Van Buren 

Lake Port St. Clair 

Lake Ridge Lenawee 

Lakeville Oakland 

Lambertsville Monroe 

Lamont Ottawa 

Lansing Ingham 

Laphamsville Kent 

Lapeer Lapeer 

La Salle Slonroe 

Lawrence Van Buren 

Lawtou " 

Leighton Allegan 

Leland Leelanau 

Lenox Macomb 

Leoni Jackson 

Leonidas St. Joseph's 

Leslie lugham 

Lexington Sanilac 

Liberty Jackson 

Lima Washtenaw 

Lincoln Mason 

Linden Genesee 

Lisbon Kent 

Litchfield Hillsdale 
Little Prairie Ronde Cass 

Little Traverse Emmet 

Livonia Center Wayne 

Locke Ingham 

Lodi Washtenaw 

London Monroe 

Lowell Kent 

Lut'ington M;ison 

Lyons Ionia 

Lynn St. Clair 
Mackinaw Michilimackinae 

Macomb Macomb 

Macon Lenawee 

Maiiison Livingston 

Mahopac Oakland 

Manchester Washtenaw 

Manistee Manistee 

Manlius Allegan 

Maple Ionia 
Mapleton GrandTraverse 

Maple Grove Barry 

Maple Rapids Clinton 

Marathon Lapeer 



Post Office. 


Count 


Marcellus 


, 


Marengo 


Call 


Marine City 


St. C 


Marquette 


Jiarqi 


Marr 


Musk 


Marshall 


Calh 


Martin 


All. 


Marysville 


St. 


Mason 


Ing 


Slatherton 


I 


Mattawan 


Van Bi 


Mattison 


Brs 


May 


Tu.'i 


Meade 


Mac 


Mead's Mills 


W.") 


Mears 


MuskI 


Medina 


I,rn:l 


Melville 


L.-l,,- 


Jlemphis 


.M:i> * 


Menden 


St. .1..-' 


.Menomonee 


Meli"lil « 


Mere 


s't.'^cfl 


Merrillsville 


Merritt 


Bifl 


Metamora 


La| 


Michigan Center 


Jaci 


Middletown 


IngI 


Middleville 


BM 


Midland 


Midi 


Milan 


Mu^ 


Milo 


(luU 


Milford 


Millsburg 


Ber 


Millington 


Tu 


Mill Point 


Ott 


Jlilton 


Mat 


Minden 


Sa 


Moline 


All 


Monroe 


Mo 


Monterey 


All 


Montrose 


Ger 


Jlorenci 


Lcnrj 


Morgansville 


Hill 


Moscow 




Mosherville 


• i' 


Jlottville 


St. JoseJ 


Mount Clemens 


MaiV 


Mount Jlorris 


Gel 


Mount Pleasant 


Oak 


Mount Vernon 


Mac 


Mud Creek 
Muir 


F 


I 


Mundy 


Gei 


Mungersville 


Shiaw: 


Muskegon 


Musi 


Nankin 


\V 


Napoleon 


Jac 


Negaunee 


Marqi 


Nelson 


1 


Newark 


Gri 


Newaygo 


New 


Newman 


Sa 


New Baltimore 


51 a( 


New Buffalo 


Be 


Newburgh 




New Ciisco 


All 


New Haven 


Mac 


New Haven Centre Gr.'J 


New Hudson 


Oal« 


Newport 


Me 


New Salem 


Aiy 


Newton 


Cal 


Niles 


Be- 


Noble Center 


Br: 


North Adams 


Hill 


North Aurelius 


Int 


North Branch 


La 


North Brownsville 




N..rth Byron 




North E.agle 


Cli 


North Farmington 


Oat 


North Irving 


r 


North Leslie 


I up 


North Newburgh 


Shiaw, 


North Oxford 


Oak 


Northport 


Leel 


North Plains 


I 


North Raisinville 


JIi 


North Shade 


Gr 


North Star 




North Unity 


L.'ol 


North Vernon 


Shiaw 


Northville 


W 


Norvell 


Jac 


Norwalk 


Man 


Novi 


Oak 


Nunica 


Ot 


Oak 


W 


Oakford 


Lens 


Oakfield 


i 


Oak Grov 


Livinf 
Oak 


OakUil 



POST OFFICES— ML\NESOTA. 



'o$t OJtca. 

liville 

kwoud 

jaun 

sola Center 

enios 

Tet 

leua 

eida 

tonagjn 

or to 

1 Labor 

»nge 

»ngevillelIilU 

ion 

tonville 

litemo 

leo 

isco 

isville 

jego 

t*wa Lake 

ter Creek 

erisel 

id 

id Center 

'asso 

ford 

int Creek 

lo 

Imyra 

nania 

rk 

rkviUe 

rma 

rshallville 

TteUo 

tterson'3 MilU 

Tillion 

w Paw 

ck 

afield 

nn Mine 

nt Water 

re Marquette 

rrinsTille 

rry 

tersburgh 

wabic 

wamo 

elpstown 

irson 

ackuey 

le Creek 

Be Grove 

16 Grove Mills 

ae Plain 

ae Run 

aaebog 

pestone 

itsburg 

linlield 

tinwell 

ink Road 

-■asant 

,'asanton 

/mouth 

kagon 

mpei 

ntiac 

rt Austin 

rtage 

rt Hope 

rt Huron 

rtland 

;rt Sanilac 

xtsmouth 

ttersburg 

airieville 

-octor 

aspect Laka 

ilaski 

;incy 

ibbit Hiver 

nsom 
iTenna 

wsonville 

y „ 

,y Center 
ading 
|d Bridge 
idford 
ichfield 
tchland 
ichmoud 
climondvills 
(chville 
Idgevray 
ga 
[ley 



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Count}/. 

Oakland 

Monroe 

Oakland 

Muskegon 

Livingston 

Muskejjon 

Eaton 

Grand Traverse 

Clinton 

Ingham 

Ontonagon 

St. Joseph's 

Huron 

Ionia 

Barrv 

Oakland 

Kalamazoo 

Hillsdale 

Ionia 

Genesee 
Allegan 
Monroe 
J ackson 
Allegan 
Clinton 

Shiawassee 

Oakland 

Washtenaw 

louia 

Lenaweo 

Newaygs 

St. Joseph's 

Jackson 

Livingston 

Calhoun 

Ionia 

Kalamazoo 

Van Buren 

Sanilac 

Calhoun 

Keweenaw 

Oceanal 

Mason 

Wayne 

Shiawassee 

Blonroe 

Ontonagon 

Ionia 

Ingham 

Mecoiton 

Livingston 

Calhoun 

Tuscola 

Van Buren 

Allegan 

Genesee 

Huron 

Berrien 

Shiawassee 

Livingston 

Allegan 

Wayne 

Kent 

Manistee 

Wiiyne 

Cass 

Gratiot 

Oakland 

Lapear 

Huron 

Kalamazoo 

Huron 

St. Clair 

Ionia 

Sanilac 

Bay 

St. Claii 

Barry 

Allegan 

Van Buren 

Jackson 

Branch 

Alle.;an 

Hillsdale 

Muskegon 

Wayne 

Macomb 

Hillsdale 

Ingham 

V\ ayne 

Genesee 

Kalamazoo 

Macomb 

Sanilac 

Tuscola 

Lenawee 

Clinton 



Post Office. 

River Raisin 

Rix 

Robinson 

Rochester 

Rockland 

Rollins 

Rome 

Romeo 

Romulus 

Ronald Center 

Rose 

Roseville 

Round Lake 

Roxana 

Royal Oak 

Rovalton 

Ruby 

Saginaw 

St. Charles 

St. Clair 

St. James 

St, John's 

St. Joseph's 

St. Lewis 

Sill em 

Saline 

Salt River 

Sand Beach 

.Sandstone 

Saranac 

Sausratuck 

Sault St. Marie 

Schoolcraft 

Scio 

Sebewa 

Sebeu aing 

Secilia 

Seneca 

Shave Head 

Sheridan 

Sherwood 

Sidney 

Silver Creek 

Silver Lake 

Sink Brook 

Six Corners 

Smith's Creek 

Smithville 

Smyrna 

Sodus 

Somerset 

South Boston 

South Cass 

Southfield 

South Genoa 

South Haven 

•South Henrietta 

South Jackson 

South Lyon 

South Plymouth 

South Ripley 

South Sunfield 

South Wright 

Spalding 

Sparta 

Sparta Center 

Spencer's Mills 

Spring Arbor 

Spring Brook 

Springfield 

Spring Mills 

Springport 

Springville 

Stanton 

Stella 

Stevens' L.'vnding 

Stockbridge 

Stony Creek 

Stony Run 

Strait's Lake 

Sturgis 

Summersville 

Summit 

Sanficld 

Sutton's Bay 

Swartz Creek 

Sylvan 

Sylvanus 

Tallmadgc 

Tawas City 

Taylor Centre 

Taymonth 

Teoumseh 

Tekawsha 

Thetford 

Thetford Centre 

Thornton 

Thornville 

Three Oaks 

Three Rivers 

Tipton 

Tompkins 



County. 

Washtenaw 

Ionia 

Ottawa 

Oakland 

OntunuL'on 

Lenawee 

Blacomb 

Wayne 

Ionia 

Oakland 

Macomb 

Branch 

Eaton 

Oakland 

Berrien 

St. Clair 

Saginaw 

St. Clair 

Jlaniti.tn 

Clinton 

Berrien 

Gratiot 

Washtenaw 

Isabella 

Huron 

Jackson 

Ionia 

Allegan 

Chippewa 

Kalamazoo 

Washtenaw 

Ionia 

Tuscola 

Calhoun 

Lenawee 

Cass 

Montcalm 

Branch 

Montcalm 

Allegan 

Washtenaw 

Allegan 

Ottawa 

St. Clair 

Wayne 

louia 

Berrien 

Hillsdale 

Ionia 

Oakland 

Livingston 

Van Buren 

Jacksou 

Oakland 

Wayne 

Clinton 

Eaton 

Hillsdale 

Saginaw 

Hillsdale 

Kent 

Jackson 

Gratiot 

Oakland 

Jackson 

Lenaweo 

Montcalm 

Gratiot 

Sanilac 

Ingham 

Washtenaw 

Genesee 

Oakland 

St. Joseph's 

Cass 

Oakland 

Eaton 

Leeleuaw 

Genesee 

Washtenaw 

Hillsdale 

Ottawa 

Iosco 

Wayne 

Saginaw 

Lenawee 

Calhoun 

Genesee 

Genesee 

St. Clair 

Lapeer 

Berrien 

St. Joseph's 

Lenawee 

Jftokion 



Foal 0/jict. 



Count]/, 



Traverse City GrandTrav 



Trenton 

Trov 

Tyre 

Tyrone 

I'nadilla 

Undine 

Union 

Union City 

Union House 

Unionville 

Utica 

Vandalia 

Vassar 

Ventura 

Vergennes 

Vermontville 

Vernon 

Victor 

Volinia 

Wacousta 

Wahj amaga 

Wakeshma 

Waldenburg 

Wales 

Wallaceville 

Walled Lake 

Wanicott 

Warren 

Waterford 

Waterloo 

Watervliet 

Watrousvillo 

Waverly 

Wayland 

Wayne 

Webster 

Wellville 

Wenona 

Wesaw 

West Berlin 

West Bloomer 

West Bloomfield 

West Casco 

West Climax 

West Delhi 

West Geneva 

West Haven 

West Leroy 

West Novi 

West Ogden 

West River 

Westphalia 

West Windsor 

Wexford 

Wheatland 

Wheatland Center 

Wheelersville 

White Lake 

White Oak 

White Pigeon 

White River 

White Rock 

White .Swan 

White Water 

White Wood 

Whitmore Lake 

Whitneyville 

Williamstown 

Williamsville 

W infield 

Windsor 

Wiota 

Wolf Creek 

Woodhull 

Woodland 

Wood lawn 

Woodstock 

Worth 

Wright 

Wyandott 

Yankee Springs 

York 

Yorkvillc 

Ypsilauti 

Yuba 

Zilwaukie 

Zealand 



Wa\ne 

Oakland 

Sanilac 

Livingston 

HilUdale. 

Casr' 

Braacli 1 



Clintun 



Tuscola 1 

Macomb 

Cass 

Tnsccila 

OttuKa 

Kent 

Eaton 

Shiawassee 

Clinton 

Cass 

Clinton 

Tuscola 

Kalamazoo 

3Iacumb 

St. Clair 

Wayne 

Oakland 

Sanilac 

Macomb 

Oakland 

Jackson 

Barrien 

Tuscola 

Van Bureu 

Allegan 

^S ayne 

Washtenaw 

Lenawee 

Bay 

Berrien 

St. Clair 

Montcalm 

Oakland 

Allegan 

Kalamacou 

Ingham 

Van Buren 

Shiawassee 

Calhoun 

Oakland 

Lenawee 

Jackson 

Clinton 

Eaton 

Wexford 

Ionia 

Hillsdale 

Shiawassee 

Oakland 

Ingham 

St. Joseph's 

3Iuskegon 

Huron 

Kent 

Grand Traverse 

Berrien 

Washtenaw 

Kent 

Ingham 

Ca«s 

Injrham 

BttUD 

Isabella 

Lenawee 

Sbiawaisee 

Barry 

Berrien 

Lenawee 

Tuscola 

Ottawa 

Wayne 

Barry 

Washtenaw 

Kalamaxou 

Washten.iw 

Grand Trarcrn- 

Saginaw 

Ottawa 



Po»< 0/jic*. 

Albion 

Alexandria 

AnaMkuk 

Anoka 

Areudahl 

Arg.j 

ArliniftoD 

A-bippua 

Ashland 

Austin 

Aurora Cent«r 

A\ uu 

Ayr 

Bancroft 

Ranks 

Bass Lake 

B arCrwk 

Bear Grove 

Bear Valley 

Beaver 

Beaver Bay 

Bellefuutaiae 

Belle Creek 



11 Plain 
Bell Praire 
Bellvilli: 
IK titou 
Bergen 
Berlin 
Berne 
Big Lake 
Big Spring 
Hack OakOrovf 
Bl.iK 

Bloom ingtOD 
Blue Earth City 
H'ue Grass Grove 
Rrsnifiird 
Br.issbur* 
Hri-iel Centre 
Uruwnsvillc 
Brunswick 
Buckeye 
Buffalo 

Butternut Talley 
Caledonia 
Cambridge 
Can field 
Cannon City 
Cannon River Fall< 
Canton 
Carimona 
Carver 
Cassell 
Castle Rock 
Cedar Lakg 
Centre Creek 
Chain Lake Center 
Cham plain 
Chaska 
Chatfield 
Chatham 
CheU|(wat«Da 
Cherry Grove 
Chippewa 
ChisafioCity 
Chisago Lake 
Christiana 
Claremont 
Clark'i UroTe 
Clavton 
Clear Lake 
Clear Water 
Cleveland 
Clintun 
Clinton Falli 
Cobb River 
("old .Spring City 
Colfax 
Columbut 
Concord 
Cook's Valley 
C.~deyirill« 
r. ■re. Tan 
C.Tdota 
Cittaic firoTt 
iCri»|i'« St.<rt 
I Crow Winu 
Cry-nl Lake 



Ccmni . 

Wri bt 

I> "► >• 

Le .•> 1 r 

An tA 

F<llL...f« 

W ID' aa 
Sill y 

fifu»|| 

Do.g, 

Mow er 

«i. le ■ 
U ,. 

Ouo. I j« 

FariL*.. II 

FiriU. U 

PillBi re 

Olinair*J 

Wal«.).« 

Wii...uk 

Suj.. I or 

.»•• tl 

Gv^ii. .« 

.-<< .'.» 

Merr .■ 

Fillu. r« 

Cir.rf 

K.llu re 

>■ ;# 
I' 4t 

Sberti rb# 

Film< re 

01lD> .-i 

Ilru^a 

liennr p'B 

F.ril. It 

Le .**Ur I r 

Shert'u 1 b4 

Fillu .re 
Fillmre 

lloUsloS 

Eaaatrek 

Freclura 

Wr.jht 

Bine Kartk 

Ilautli.ii 
l«kfi'e 

Fillin-'re 

k c« 

Goodhue 

Mo.er 

F;;!n. r« 

t»: r 

W r .1,1 

Dak.u 

S...t» 

Anoka 

M>r m 

Henor ).ia 

t'lr er 

y-.nii cr* 

W r .n 
I- M 

FiUoi.-re 

Cjl*» 

CktM«« 

CUeac* 

Dakaift 

De4r« 

Frwkora 

Falrbaall 

Sbrrkarse 

WniM 

Le Surur 

>umrmt 

Blue Bank 

8t««rM 

FarikaaU 



Darfg* 



Minnesota. 



Poit 0/i-cc. 

Adams 
Afton 
Alba 
Albert Lea 



C'uun/y. 

Mowei 

Waiihington 
KlUlnorr 
Freeborn 



Ii 

n ..> Lake 
II- it.Ain 
I)<-. r Creek 
|i, . rti..ld 
Ii..,U-- I'itT 

l),....ri TiiV 

I DoT.r 

OrvJen 
' Polnth 



Iteaaeyta 
U .'Watr 

WMklMU* 

nia* lUrtk 

Crow Wiag 

ll*aa«^la 

ll«aaf l>ia 

Wri(kt 
l|.««ioa 

K>lla<«e 
.SixU 



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post OIFICES — MISSISSIPPI. 



F,.,t Office. 

V.iisl Prairitvilla 

Kiliii I'mirm 

Klla 

Klgin 

Klk UiTcr 

Klliijgton 

KDiutta 

tihiMirc 

Klwoud 

Klvsian 

Km I' ire City 

liulcrprise 

Ktna 

Klt:iville 

Kniild 

Kxcclsior 

Kyoi;» 

Fair lI»Ten 

I'ainnount 

Kiiir Point 

I'"iiir View 

rurmingtuo 

Faribault 

K;iriii Hill 

Kaxon 

Fillmore 

Floreiee 

Kiiud du Lac 

Tori'St City 

Forest Mound 

Forest ville 

Fort Uid^iliy 

Fort liii'lcy 

Fort .Suollini5 

FowlirsviUo 

Frankfort 

Frank Hill 

Freeborn 

Freebur:; 

Fne Soil 

French Lake 

Frontenac 

(tardsn Citjr 

Genera 

Georgetown 

(xlascow 

Oleucoe 

G'loJhue Center 

Gopher Prairie 

GorJonsville 

Orauby 

Grand"JIeado\v 

Granger 

Grant 

Orapeland 

Grernflcld 

Gr'.enville 

Greenwood 

Guill'c.rd 

nail'-T 

H.imiltin 

Jliun ptoiL 

llamsburg 

li.ntings 

Haven 

l(iy«;irfl 

Hvzle Prairie 

Itazlewoud 

I{;broii 

Hector 

Helena 

Henderson 

High Forrest 

Highland 

Hillsboro' 

Hokali 

Homer 

Houston 

Huteliiu«on 

Hyde Park 

Ha 

In'lustriaua 

Itaaca 

.lacksonville 

J.vckjou 

Janesville 

.) i.-ft'erion 

JudHon 

K:tlisch 

Kandotta 

Kasota 

Kelso 

Kennebec 

Ken"iu 

KilWcnuy 

Kingston 

LaCreseent 

Lafayette 

Lake City 

Lake Harrold 

Lake Land 

Lake Tuvta 



Couiify. 

Rice ] 

Hennepin 

\\' inoua 

AVabavhaw 

tjlierburne 

IJodge 

Fillmore 

Faribault 

Steele 

Le Sueur 

Dakota 

Winona 

Fillmore 

KaribauU 

Hennepin 

Olmsied 

Stearns 

>lurtin 

Goodhue 

Fillmove 

Dakota 

Rice 

Olmsted 

Sibley 

Fillmore 

fjoodhue 

St Louis 

Sleeker 

Wabashaw 

Fillmore 

Pierce 

Todd 

Dakota 

Kice 

Jlower 

Winona 

Freeborn 

ilouston 

Fillmore 

Wright 

(Joodhue 

Blue Earth 

Freeborn 

Breckenrid^e 

Wabashaw 

McLeod 

Goodhue 

Wabashaw 

Freeborn 

Nicolet 

Mower 

Fillmore 

Olmsted 

Faribault 

Olmstead 

Wabashaw 

Hennepin 

Freeborn 

ijoodhue 

F'Umore 

Dakota 

Dakota 

Rice 

I-'rceliurn 

Fillmore 

R ce 

Xicolet 

Djdge 

Scoit 

Si My 

Olmstead 

Fillmore 

Martin 

Houston 

"VS'inona 

Houston 

McLeod 

Wabashaw 

Fillmore 

Hennepin 

Benton 

Wabashaw 

Jackson 

W'ascka 

Winona 

Blue Marlh 

Stearns 

Stearns 

Le Sueur 

Sibley 

Stearns 

(ro(.dhue 

Lf Sueur 

Meeker 

Houston 

Nicolet 

Wabashaw 

Meeker 

Washinston 

Carver 



I'ost Office. 

Lakeville 

Lake Washington 

Lamoille 

Li.ncsburg 

Laugola 

Lansing 

Leavenworth 

La Villa 

Leightou 

Leniond 

Lenora 

Leuz 

Le Roy 

Le Sueur 

Le Sueur City 

Le""iston 

Lexington 

Liberty 

Lilly Pond 

Lima 

Lincoln 

Little Canada 

Little Falls 

Little Valley 
Looking Gla.Si" 
Looneyville 
I.orette 
Lyilia 

Lyle 

Lv'ou 
M'adelia 

Madison 
Maine Prairie 

Mananah 
Mankato 

Mauomiu 

Mantonville 

Maple Glen 

Maple Lake 

JIaple Plain 

Mapleton 

Marine Mills 

Marion 

Marysburg 

Mazeppa 

Medford 

Mel rose 

Mendota 

Mi-ridin 

Merti.n 

Middle Branch 

Middlesville 

Middle Lake 

MiUcrstjurg 

Milton 

Mineral Springs 

Minneapolis 

Minneola 

M i nneska 

Minnesota City 

Minnesota Lake 

Minuetrista 

Money Creek 

Monticello 

Montrose 

Mooer's Prairie 

Morristown 

Moscow 

Jlount Plcivsant 

Mount Vernon 

MowerCity 

Jluskootink 

Neenah 

Nes3 

Nevada 

New Auburn 

New Boston 

New burg 

.New Dublin 

New Hartford 

New Haven 

New Munich 

Newport 

New Ulra 

Nicolet 

Xiningcr 

Northtield 

North Wurren 

Norway 

Nunda 

Oakdale 

Oak Glen 

Oak (Jrove 

Oak Ridge 

Oberlie's Corncri 

Odessa 

Okainan 

Old Abe 

Oneota 

Oral 

Orlando 

Oroaocu 



County. 

Dakota 

Le Sueur 

Winona 

lie Sueur 

Benton 

Slower 

lirown 

Houston 

Hennepin 1 

Steele I 

Fillmore 

Hennepin ■ 

Slower 

Dakota ' 

Lo Sueur 

Dakota 

Le Sueur 

Blue Earth 

A\"rigi t 

Houston 

Wal asiiav\' 

Ramsey 

Slorrisou 

Olmsted 

Fillmoie 

Houston 

Scott 

Slower 

Wabashaw 

Browu 

Slower 

Stearns 

Sleeker 

Blue Earth 

Slanumin 

Dodge 

Scott 

Wright 

Hennepin 

Blue Earth 

AVashiugton 

Olmstead 

Le Sueur 

Wabashaw 

Steele 

Stearns 

Dakota 

S teel e 

Steele 

Chisago 

Wright 

Nicollet 

Rice 

Di.dge 

Slower 

Hennepin 

Goodhue 

Wabashaw 

Winona 

Faribault 

Hen nepi n 

Houston 

Wright 

Wright 

Wright 

Rice 

Freeborn 

AS'abashaw 

Slower 

Chisago 

Stearns 

Sleeker 

Slower 

Sibley 

Winona 

Fillmore 

Scott 

Winona 

Olmstead 

Stearns 

Washington 

Brovrn 

Nicolet 

Dakota 

Rice 

Win«na 

Goodhue 

Freeborn 

Washington 

Steele 

Ramsey 

AVinona 

Carver 

Fillmore 

WiLseka 

Wabashaw 

Saint Louis 

Le Sueur 

Sherburne 

Olmstead 



Pout Office. 

Osakts 

Osseo 

Othello 

Otisco 

Ottawa 

Owatauna 

Oxford 

Pawsilin 

Paynesvillo 

I'eokr's Grove 

I'iekwick 

Pilot Mound 

Pine Bend 

Pine Island 

Plaiuview 

Plato 

Pleasant Grove 

Pleasant Slouud 

Point Douglass 

Prairie 

Prescott 

Preston 

Princeton 

Quiucy 

Raven Stream 

Red Wing 

Redfield 

Redwood Falls 

Reed's Laiidiug 

Riceford 

Rice Lake 

Richfield 

Richland 

Richmond 

Rich Valley 

Ridgeway 

River Point 

Rochester 

Rock Dell 

Rockford 

Rocky Run 

Rock ville 

Rolling Stone 

Root River 

Roscoe 

Roscoe Centre 

Rosemount 

Rushford 

Rushehv 



Cuurtty. 

Todd 

Hennepin 

Olmsted 

Waseka 

Le Sueur 

Steele! 

Isanti 

Wiibashaw 

Stearns 

Waseka 

M'inona 

Fillmore 

Dakota 

Goodhue 

Wabashtiw 

Sic Leo d 

Olmstead 

Blue Earth 

Washington 

Slower 

Faribault 

Fillmore 

Benton 

Olmstead 

Seott 

Goodhue 

t^Jarver 

Redwood 

Wabashaw 

Houston 

Dodge 

Hennepin 

Fillmore 

Winona 

Dakota 

Winone 

Steele 

Olmstead 

Wright 

SIcLeod 

Stearns 

Winona 

Slower 

Goodhue 

Goodhue 

Dakota 

Fillmore 

Chisago 



Post Office. 



County. 



Freehori I? 
Wioou % 

• • S; 
Carl to ij! 

UoUStO il 

Le Siieu I't 

Riel «i 

Doug l! 

WmuB III 

Blue Eart t 

Faribaul ' 

Olmste % 

Wasek « 

Wabashai ill 

Carvti 'i 

Goodhu »l 

Rid -ii 

Fariliaul ■) 

Goodhu « 

Winou ■) 

Rie t 

Filhiioi • 



Dod, 



»! 



Trenton 

Troy 

Twi'n Grove 

Twin Lakes 

Union 

Vnion Centre 

Union Lakes 

Union Spring 

Utica 

Vernon Centre 

Verona 

Viola 

Vivian 

Wabashaw 

VVaconia 

Wacoota 

Waleott 

Walnut Lake 

Wanaminga 

Warren 

Warsaw 

Washington 

Wasioja 

Wastedo 

Watah 

Waterford 

Watertown 

Waterville 

Watonwan 

Wautopa 

Waveily 

West Albany 

West Newton 

West St Augustine 

West Saint Paul 

Wheatland 

White Bear Lake 

White Water Falls 

Willow Creek 

Wi Imingtou 

Wilton 

Windom 

Winnebago Agency Bine Eart 

Winnebago City Faribau 

Winnebago Valley 

Winona 



St. Anthony's Falls Henuepin 
St. Augusta Stearns 

St. Bonnefacius 
St Charles 



St. Cloud 

St. Francis 

St. Lawrence 

St. Slary's 

St. Paul 

St. Peter 

Salem 

Sand Creek 

San Jacinto 

Saratoga 

Sauk Center 

Sauk Rapids 

Seandia 

Shakopee 

Shclbyville 

Sheldon 

Shell Rock 

Sherwood 

Shieldsville 

Silver Creek 

Smithfield 

South Beud 

South Hampton 

South Plymouth 

South Ttciy 

Spencer 

Spencer Brook 

Spring Creek 

Spring Grove 

Spring Valley 

Stanton 

State Line 

Steele Center 

Sterling 

Stewartville 

Stillwater 
I Stockton 
I Sumner 
I Sunrise City 
1 Swan City 

Swau LaKe 
! Swan River 
; Swjusey 

Tamarack 
|Taylur-s FalU 
i Tenhassen 
jTivoli 

Tirah 

Traverse dee Sioux 



Hennepin 

Winona 

Stearns 

Anoka 

Seott 

Waseka 

Ramsey 

Nicolet 

Olmstead 

Seott 

Houston 

Winona 

Stearns 

Benton 

Carver 

Scott 

Blue Earth 

Houston 

Freeborn 

W i n ona 

Rice 

Wrirht 

Wabashaw 

Blue Earth 

Dakota 

Hennepin 

Vrabashaw 

Goodhue 

Isanti 

Goodhue 

Houston 

Fillmor; 

Goodhue 

Freeborn 

Steele 

Blue Eartl 

Olmstead 

Washington 

Winona 

Freeborn 

Chisago 

Nicolet 

F.iribault 

Storrison 

Steele 

Hennepin 

Washington 

Slartiu 

Blue Earth 

Stearns 

Nicolet 



Goodht * 
Ben to • 
D.tkot * 
Curve * 
Le Suei l< 
Blue Eart ll 
Wabasha H 
Blue Eart iJ 
Wabasha 
N leoli 
Stean 
Dako! 
Le Siiet 
Ramse 
W i noi 
Blue Eart 
Hoiistc 
Wasei 
Fillmoi 



Wise oy 

Witoka 

Woodland 

Worth 

Wyattville 

Wyoming 

Yankee Ridge 

Young America 

Yucatan 

yellinger 

Zumhro 

Zumbrota 



Housti 
Winoi 
Winor 

Wabasha i 
Winor i 

Chi sat ' 

Ohustt 

Carr 

Housti 

Wrigl 

Olmste: 

Goodhi 



Lafayot 

Moiir 

Greci 

Hulm 

Yalabusl 

Lauderda 

Jackst ii 

De So l 

Noxuh 

Lownd 

Tallahatch-, 

Olitibbel 

Winsti 

Jlonr' 



Pout OJic-e. Cuunlt, 

Abbeville 

Aberdeen 

Adamsville 

Acona 

Air Slount 

Alamucha 

Americus 

Arcabutla 

Armitage 

Artesia 

Ascalmore 

Ash Creek 

Ashfordsvilla 

Ashland 

Athens 

Attalavillo 

Auburn 

Augusta 

Austin Catirt House 

Australia 

Bahala 

Baldwyn 

Banksioa 

Banner 

Barlisdale 

Barnes' Store 

Batosvilie 

Battleti.-ld 

Ray Springs 

Beaver Dim 

Bellefontain» 

Beuela 

Benton 

Bethosda 

Betlehem 

BeuUa 



Atta 
Hiu. 

Per4 

Tuni 

BoliviR 

Co pi:, 

Itrtwam! 

C ho eta 

Calhou 

Winsto 

Tishemiu; 

Pano 

Xewti 

Tishemint 

Clai 

Chocta 

Ciiickasa 

Yaz< 

W«rr< 

Marsha 

Bolivi 



POST OFHCES— MISSISSIPPI. 



Poit OjAee. 

i(;bee Valley 

ighv Fork 

if? Creek 

ig Oak 

iloxie 

irmiinham 

lack Hawk 

luck L:ia(l 

lack Water 

laek WoUs 

lull' Sprin;^ 

jgue Chitto 

jiands 

jlivar 

>livar C. H. 

)ltou*3 Depot 

>ne Yard 

jvina 

)oaevine 

)wlingreeii 

randoa 

rickley 

ri.lgei'ort 

rook Haveu 

rookviUe 

rowiisville 

icathnna 

lok Creek 

ick Horn 

lena Vista 

iffalo 

ickley'3 

ineomb 

inksr Hill 

irkittsrille 

inisville 

irtoaia 

irtoa'3 

irtoutoD 

itt:ihatchie 

Thalia 

rnuin's Creek 

r'rain 

^wvah 

iderata 

,iro 

.ledonia 

ilhuun 

Ivert's Store 

,margo 

.mden 

.mpbellton 

naan 

,nton 

rditf 

rlile's MilU 

rolina 

Toliua Laudiug 

XolltOQ 

rion's Landing 

rterivlUe 

rthase 

^ey ville 

^well 

,to 

vuffa 

dar Bluff 

ntral Academy 

nter 

nter Hill 

iiterville 

ralvo 

lirieston 

la wata 

lerry Creek 

lerry Hill 

lesterville 

lickasaw Mills 

lina Grove 

locehama 

loctaw Agency 

loctaw Ridge 

Liilahoma 

lunkcyville 

lurch Hill 

aiborne 

aysvilla 

intou 

ickrum 

iffadeliah 

iffeeville 

il.l Spring 

>ld Water 

>llege Hill 

>le'i Creek 

>lumbia 

>lumhu3 

)mo Depot 

>ncord 

incordia 

inehatta 

)uerly's 



County* 

Xoxuheo 

Itawamba 

Yalabusha 

Kemper 

Harrison 

Pontotoc 

Carroll 

Tislu?minco 

Kemjier 

Choctaw 

Attala 

Pike 

Itawamba 

B jli var 

Bolivar 

Hindj 

Tishomingo 

Warren 

Tishemingo 

Holme, 

Raukiu 

Jackson 

SiinpiOH 

Lawrence 

Noxubee 

Hinds 

Waj'ne 

Green 

Winston 

Chickasaw 

Wilkinsou 

Jasper 

Pontotoc 

Smith 

Attala 

Tishemingo 

Washington 

Tishemingo 

Capiiio 

Monrie 

Marshall 

Panola 

Hinds 

Choctaw 

Tishemingo 

Lowndes 

Monroe 

Kemper 

^tonroe 

Madison 

Itawamba 

Tippah 

Madison 

Warren 

Perry 

Tishemingo 

Washinirton 

Carroll 

Bol i var 

Tishemingo 

Leake 

Copiah 

Lafayette 

Rankin 

Hinds 

Oktibbeha 

Panola 

Attala 

Dj Soto 

Amite 

Carroll | 

Tallahatchee 

Pike 

Pontotoc 

Calhoun 

Pontotoc 

Chickasaw ! 

Pike! 

Tallahatchee 

Oktibbeha \ 

Choctaw I 

Marshall \ 

Lauderdale | 

Jefferson | 

Jasper 

Tippah 

Ilinds 

D3 Soto 

Neshoba 

Yalabusha 

Wilkinson 

Marshall 

Lafayette 

Yalabusha 

Marion 

Lowndes 

Panola 

Calhoun 

Bolivar 

Newton 

Pike 



Post OJSce. 

Conway 

CooksviUe 

Coonewar 

Cooper's Well 

Coopwood 

Coruersville 

forinth 

Corona 

Cotton Gin Port 

Cotton Plant 

County Line 

Cow Creek 

Crawfoidsville 

Cross Rrdg/ 

Crystal Springs 

Cuba 

CummingsTille 

Daleville 

Dallas 

Dal ton 

Damascus 

D ineville 

Danville 

DavisvlUe 

DeasouvillB 

Decatur 

Deer Creek 

De Kal 

Delay 

Delta 

De Soco 

De Soto Front 

Dido 

Dixon 

Doolittle Station 

Dov«r 

Double Springs 

Dry Creek 

Drj" Grove 

Dry Run 

Duck Hill 

Di'blin 

Dumas 

Dumbarton 

Darant 

Karly Grove 

Eastport 

Ebenexer 

EJg -field 

Edinhurg 

Edward's Depot 

Eggs Point 

Egypt 

Elder's Ferry 

Elliott 

Ellistown 

Ellisville 

Elm Grove 

Emory 

Energy 

Enon 

Enterprise 

Eolia 

Erata 

Erin 

Etchoma 

Euciitta 

Eadora 

Eulogy 

Eureka 

Evergreen 

Fair River 

Fairmoaut 

Fame 

Fannin 

Farmington 

Fayette 

F.'arn's Springs 

Fli wellen's y. Roads 

Flint Creek 

Flower's Place 

Fordsville 

Forest 

Fort Adams 

Fort Stephen'!! 

Fredonia 

French Camp 

Friar's Point 

Friendship 

Fulton 

Gainsville 

Gallatin 

Garlandville 

Garner's Station 

Garvin's Ferry 

Gate wood 

George to wm 

Gtrenton 

Gholson 

Glenooe 

Goodman 

3o3hen Spr-Bj* 



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County, 

Leake 

Noxubee 

Pontotoc 

Hinds 

Winston 

Marshall 

Tishemingo 

Pontotoc 

Atonroe 

Tappah 

Newton 

Kemper 

L'>\viide3 

Tishemingo 

Copiah 

AttalB 

Itawamba 

Lauderdale 

Lafayette 

Chicasaw 

Scott 

Tishemingo 

Jasper 

Yazoo 

Newton 

Issajuena 

Kemper 

Lafayette 

Clark 

De Soto 

Choctaw 

Neshoba 

Newton 

Yazoo 

Oktibbeha 

Covington 

H'inds 

Tishemingo 

Carroll 

Choctaw 

Tippah 

Issaquena 

Holmes 

Marshall 

Tishemingo 

Holmes 

Attala 

Leake 

Hiuds 

Washington 

Chickasaw 

Jackson 

Carroll 

Pontotoc 

Joaes 

De Soto 

Holmes 

Clark 

Peny 

Clark 

Tallahatchee 

Joaes 

Calhoun 

Jasper 

Wayne 

De Soto 

Holmes 

Panola 

Newton i 

Lawrence 

Smith ! 

Choctaw I 

R;tcik:n I 

Tishemingo I 

Jefferson ! 

Winston 

De Soto 

Harrison 

Smith 

Marian 

Scott 

Wilkinson 

Kemper 

Pontotoc 

Choctaw 

Coahoma [ 

Franklin j 

Itawamba i 

Hancock \ 

Copiah 

Jasper 

Yalabusha 

Sun Flower 

Yalabusha 

Copiah 

Carroll 

Noxubee 

Bolivar ! 

Holmes ; 

Ka ikin 



Post OJice, 



County. 



Grand Gulf 

Grays port 

Grenada 

GrecnUaf 

(ir.en Plaiiis 

Greeusborou.h 

Greenville 

Greenwood 

Good Hope 

Habolochitto 

Hamburg 

Hamilton 

Handsboro' 

Harrisville 

Hay's Creek 

Hazle Green 

Hazlehurst 

Herbert 

Hernando 

Hickory 

Hickory Flat 

Hickory Plains 

High Hill 

Higlilaud 

Hills Bluff 

HiUiboio' 

Holu-tiliuden 

Holly Retreat 

Holly Springs 

Holinesville 

Holt 

Home wood 

Homoehitto 

Hope Hill 

Hopewell 

Hopewell Church 

Hopson's 

Horn Lake 

Sloulka 

Houston 

Hudsonville 

Huntsville 

Hurricane 

Ingraham 

Irene 

luka 

Jacinto 

Jackson 

Jackson's Point 

Jaynesville 

Jefferson 

Jouesboro' 

Jones' Mills 

Keel Boat 

Kellis' Store 

Kilraichael 

Kingston 

Kirkwood 

Knoxville 

Kosciusko 

Kossuth 

Lacey 

Lafayette Springs 

Lake 

Lake Como 

Lake Washington Washington 

Lamar Marsha!! 

Last Chance Carroll 

Lauderdale Station Lauderdal 



Claiborne 
Yalabusha 

De Soto 

Chickasaw 

Choctaw 

Washington 

Carroll 

Leake 

Hancock 

Franklin 

Monroe 

Harrison 

Simpson 

Carroll 

Tisheinin.'ti 

C.piah 

?*eshoba 

De Soto 

Newton 

Tippah 

Tishemingo 

Leake 

Tishemingr. 

Neslioba 

Scott 

Chickasaw 

Wilkinson 

Marshall 

Pike 

Jasper 

Seott 

Franklin 

Pike 

Chickasaw 

Wilkinson 

C •ahrtina 

De Soto 

Chickasaw 

Marshall 

Choctaw 

Warren 

Tippah 
Tishemingo 

Hindi 

Adams 

Covington 

Carroll 

Tippah 

Yalabusha 

Panola 

Kemper 

Choctaw 

Adanii 

Madison 

Franklin 

Attala 

Tisheniin.^o 

Holmes 

Lafavette 

Scott 

J asp 



Laurel Hill 

Leakesville 

Lebanon 

Leflore 

Lexington C. H. 

Liberty 

Liberty Hill 

Lightville 

Linden 

Line Creek 

Line Store 

Little Black 

Lit le Spring 

Livingston 

Lobjlcher 

Loo::ahoma 

Lodi 

Long Branch 

Long town 

Look'tlena 

Louisville 

Ludlow 

McCall's Creek 

McLean's Store 

McLeod'9 

McNutt 

Mackeiville 

>lacon 

Madison Station 

Magnolia 

Maple Spriugf 

Marietta 

Marion 



Neshoba 

Greene 

Tipcal. 

Carroll 

Holmes 

Amite 

La Kayetle 

Marion 

Copiah 

Oktibbeha 

Copiah 

Choctaw 

Franklin 

Madison 

Winston 

Dj Soto 

Choctaw 

Oktibbeha 

Panola 

L:^U'b'rda!o 

Winston 

Scott 

Franklin 

Tippah 

Gr-H-nc 

Sun Flower 

Clark 

N'»xubce 

Madis 'n 

Pike 

Laf.ivlt- 

U*»*mb* 

LaiidorJaU 



Pott 0/jire. 

Marion Station 
Mark Well 
.MaahulaviUe 
Mayhew's Station 



Meadville 
Meridiao 
Middleton 
-Miles' LandioK 
Milldale 
Mississippi City 
Mitchell'a X! Kuadi 

Tallahatchir 



CoHfify. 

Land<:rdi'« 

LandrrUa'A 

Noxut>t« 

Lowb'ita 

('raokl.B 

LaoJeraals 

Carroll 

Iloliiar 

Warr.B 

IlarriwB 



Molino 
Monroe 
Monterey 
Montn Vijta 
M mticellu 
Montpelier 
Montrose 
Moody 
Jl •orrillo 
Morton 
Mount (1.1 yon 
Mount Carm-l 
M.iuut Mo|>e 
Mount Nebo 
Mount Olive 
M.iunt Visia 
Mount Zion 
Nate hex 

Neshoba Springa 
New Albany 
New Dublin 
New Ireland 
New Prujpect 
Newtonia 
Xewtonsville 



Tip, .ah 

Pvrry 

Raukiu 

Cbociaw 

Lawfrac* 

Cbicka<aw 

Jaj,<r 

Mar.baU 

Itawamba 

Scuti 

Sun Kl...cr 

Cuvin|[ton 

Copiah 

Yalib^ithn 

CuVIOftoB 

Uc S..IO 

Simpioa 

AUao:* 

Nt.hol* 

PuBtotOC 

8im[«oB 
Ne«t«B 

WiiiitUB 
WllklDKIB 

Atlala 



North Mount Pluaiant 

Mar.hall 
Noxapater Win.ton 

Oak harm Itawamba 

Oak Grote 
Oakland 
Oakland Collcre 
Oaklev 



Oakohay 

Oak Vale 

Ocean Springs 

Okoloiia 

Old Hickory 

Old Town Creek 

Olive Branch 

Oriiaba 

Osyka 

Owenton 

Oxford 

Oiark 

Palmetto 

Palo A' to 

Panola 

Paris 

Parkerville 

Pascagoula 

[•ass Christian 

Paulding C. H 

Peach Cteek 

Pearl River 

P arl ValUy 

Peden 

Pcnsacola 

Percy's Creek 

Philapelphii 

PhiEuix Stills 

Pickens* Station 

Pierce Sprin,(> 

Pigeon Kuost 

Pine llluir 

Pino Grove 

Pino Ridge 

Pine ValUy 

Pineville 

Pinnellvilb' 

Pit'.al'o rough 

Plattshiir: 

PlanlcrsTille 

Pleasant Milt 

PU'a;>ant Mount 

Pleasant Kidge 

I'lcasaMt Sprinji 

Pleananton 

Point Worth in;ton 



Mar.hall 

Yalabusha 

Cl>il-urbc 

Ctioctaw 

CoTiu^ion 

Lawrmcr 

Jaekioii 

Ch'ckaAaw 

S I m |>«. n 

l'i>nI«lc-« 

De Sole 

Tii.pah 

Pike 

JoDce 

Lafay Ite 

Itawlffllk 

PoDloU.* 

Chirka<a» 

I'aao^B 

L\fj> etu 

N » b.e 

Ja< kaoM 

UartieuB 

J«<p. r 

Pano'a 

Couiah 

N«>nu'B 

Ktuptr 

L.ake 

WilkiuxB 

Ni.bol . 

AitBia 

HolB.-e 

Clark 

Chuctiit 
Copl-h 

TipBjtl 

Cojilah 

VaUbniSa 

Sa th 

JoBr* 

CaJhona 

WibjWb 

ItawaBlla 

I)r S I" 

Paa...a 

Tipp>k 

K'ar« r 

tlasaoils 



Polkrill* 
Pontocola 
Pontotoc 
Pope'j Depot 
I'.ptar Cr'ck 
Poplar Sprinj 
Port Oibtua 
P.>il Oak 
Prtirie Line 
Prairie Polal 



WajhlnfUa 
aalik 

PoBlBkM 

t* 

riBO'B 

rhct a« 

r^ata •« 

ruiSorae 

Y>:*'-i ha 

Ja f«r 

NeiaHe 



32 



POST OFFICES MISSOURI, 



r.«( Offiee. 

Pniritt Sutioa 
Pri'UtiM 
Pre -lull 
I'rif villa 
Princitoo 
I'ruvitii'nco 
UiK'i'ii's Hill 

Qui 111 V 

Uuiiinaa 

Kmli ,;h 

lUiixal'i Bluff 

Kanaolph 

RaxsuiiviU* 

RaMuuuJ 

KcJ llaJ 

Kcil Land 

Kclui 

Kfitcuu 

Ritiv lie 

RicliUnd 

BiiUmoad 

Kii'uii 

Rio 

Ripliv 

Rol'iiiia 

Robdon's Landing 

Ro.-k;"irt 

Kockv Ford 

K.Kkv Hill 

Rucky Mount 

Rocky Point 

Rocky Spring 

lloJiicy 

Rome 

Ro:iuK-e 

Rose l);ilc 

Buckcrsville 

Rushiug's Store 

Ryans Well 

S»;. V lie 

Salem 

Sallillo 

Sauniier's Creek 

Sandifcr's MilU 

Santoe 

Sardii 

Sarupta 

Satarlia 

Scale:) 

Scoulia 

Scbadtopol 

Senauhoba 

Shady Grove 

Sharon 

Shell. V Creek 

Shell >Hound 

Sherman Hill 

Shieldsboro' 

Shoobota 

Short Branch 

Shufordsville 

Shu<)ualak 

Sidon 

Slloam 

Silver Springs 

Sinj^lt-ton 



CuuHly. 

Monroe 
Holivar 
YiilalHslia 
ItauuDiliu 
Washington 
Carroll 
Hinds 
Monroe 
Clark 
Smith 
Winston 
Pontotoc 
Lauderdale 
Hinds 
Kemper 
Pontotoc 
Uolmes 
Harrison 
Utiucock 
lUdmes 
Itawamba 
Tishemiugo 
Kcnipor 
Tippah 
Pftuidu 
Coahoma 
Copiah 
Pontotoc 
Marion 
Kemper 
Attala 
Claiborne 
Jefferson 
Winston 
Harrison 
Bolivar 
Tippah 
Lauderdale 
Itawamba 
Laudtrdale 
Tippah 
Itawamba 
Simpson 
Copiah 
Covington 
Panola 
Calhoun 
Yazoo 
Marshall 
Kemper 
Scott 
De Soto 
Jasper 
Madison 
T i p pah 
Sun Flower 
Scott 
Hancock 
Clark 
Calhoun 
Coahoma 
Noxubee 
Carroll 
Oktibbeha 
Tippah 
Winston 



Post Office. 



Skipwith'8 Landing Isa'^uena 

Slate Spring Calhoun 

Smilhdale Amite 

Smith's MilU Carroll 

Smith's Store Jones 

Smithsvillo Monroe 

Snow Creek Marshall 
Sparta Chickasaw 

Splung Monroe 

Spring Cottage Marion 

Spring Dale Lafayette 

Springport Panolu 

Spring Ridge Hinds 

Spring Valley Choctaw 

Standing Pino Leake 

Star Place Panola 

Starkville Oktibbeha 
State Line Station Wayne 

Statcland Choctaw 
Steam Mill 

Steelville Oktibbeha 

Stcen'sCreek Uankin 

Sucarnochee Kemper 

Suljihur Springs Mudison 

Suuimit Pike 
SunHower Landing Coahoma 
Svran Lake 

Tacalucho Marshall 

Talibenela Pontotoc 

Tallahala Hinds 

Tallaluosa Mar.-^hall 

Tallulnh Issa'juena 

Tampioo Oktibbeha 

Tardyville Pontotoc 

Taylor's Depot Lal'ayette 

TayloraTille Smith 



Tehula 

TempcrnTice Hill 

Teoc 

Terry 

Thomnstown 

Tibby Station 

Tiro 

Toccopola 

ToUind's Depot 

Torrance 

Tremont 

Trenton 

Tripoli 

Troy 

Try Again 

Tunica 

Tupelo 

Turkland 

Turiiersville 

Tuscahuma 

Twistwood 

Union 

Union Church 

Union Mills 

Utica 

Valley Hill 

Van fiiiren 

Vaiden 

Vaughn's Station 

Vernal 

Vernon 

Verona 

Veto 

Vicksburg 

Vinton 

Wahalack 

Wahalack Station 

Wake Robin 

SVallersville 

A" all Hill 

Wall's Store 

Walnut Grove 

Warrenton 

iVashington 

Waterford 

Water Valley 

n'atson 

Waynesboro' 

Webster 

Wenoua 

West Pascagoula 

West Point 

West's Station 

Westville 

Whiteiield 

White Land 

Wilcox 

Williamsburg 

Winchester 

Winona 

Woodlawu 

Woodville 

Wyatt 

Yazoo City 

Y'ocony 

Zero 

Zion Hill 

Zion Seminary 



Cvunly. 

Holmes 

Monroe 

Carroll 

Hinds 

Leake 

Lowndes 

Marshall 

Pontotoc 

Lowndes 

Y'alabusba 

Itawamba 

Smith 

Tishemingo 

Valabusba 

Perrv 

Tunica 

Itawamba 

Pontotoc 

Jasper 

Tallahatchce 

Jasper 

Newton 

Jefferson 

Tippah 

Hinds 

Carroll 

Itawamba 

Carroll 



St 



Green 

Madison 

Itawamba 

Franklin 

Warren 

Lowndes 

Kemper 

Rankin 
Pontotoc 
Marshall 
Amitt 
Leake 
Warren 
Adams 
Marshall 
Y'alabusha 
Marshall 
Wayne 
Winston 
Carroll 
Jackson 
Lowndes 
Holmes 
Simpson 
Oktibbeha 
Lawrence 
Choctaw- 
Covington 
Wayne 
Carroll 
Itawamba 
Wilkinson 
Lafayette 
Yszoo 
Itawamba 
Lauderdale 
Amite 
Covington 



Post Office. 

Ash Grove 

Ashland 

Ashley 

Asliton 

Astoria 

Athens 

Atlanta 

Auburn 

Augusta 

Austin 

Avery 

Avillft 

Avoca 

Avon 

Ayessvillo 

Baden 

Bailey's Creek 

Uairdstown 

Baker's Grove 

Baruesville 

Barret's Station 

Barry 

Basin Knob 

Banff 

Bay 

Bear Creek 

Bear Creek Station 

Beaufort 

Beaver Spring 

Bedford 

Beece 

Bee Hive 

Bee Ridge 

Belew's Creek 

Bell Air 

Bellemonte 

Bellingsville 

Belle View 

Bern 

Benton 

Berger 

Berming 

Bessville 

Bethany C. H. 

Bethel 

Bethpage 

Bible Grove 

Big Tavern 

Big Cedar 

Big Creek 

Big River Mills 

Big Spring 

Rillupsville 

Birch Tree 

Bird's Point 

Bishop's Store 



County. 

Greene 

Boone 

Pike 

Clarke 

Wright 

Clarke 

Harrison 

Lincoln 

St. Charles 

Cass 

Crawford 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

, Genevieve 

Putnam 

St. Louis 

Osage 

Sullivan 

Barton 

Clinton 

St. Louis 

Clay 

Johnson 

Taney 

Gasconade 

Cedar 

Marion 

Franklin 

McDonald 

Livingston 

Dunklin 

Clinton 

Knox 

Jefferson 

Cooper 

St. Louis 

Cooper 

Iron 

Gasconade 

Scott 

Franklin 

Buchanan 

Bollinger 

Harrison 

Shelby 

McDonald 

Scotland 

Miller 

Jackson 

Johnson 

St. Francis 

Montgomery 

Scotland 

Oregon 

Mississippi 

Benton 



Post Office. 



Count I/. 



Buchanan 

Bucklin 

Buck Snort 

Butlalo 

Bull Mills 

Bunker Hill 

Biirbois 

Butler C. H. 

Buttsville 

BynumvilU 

Byron 

Cadet 

Cuhoka 

Cainesville 

Cairo 

Caledonia 

Calhoun _ 

California 

Callao 

Calvy 

Cambridge 

Camden 

Camden Point 

Cameron 

Campbelton 

Canaan 

Caue Creek 

Cane Hill 

Canton 

Cap Au Gris 

CapeGirardeati CapeGirardeai 

Capp's Creek v-vt^J 

Carl on 

Carlisle 

Carondelet 

Carpenter's Store 

Carrollton 



Bollinger 

Liun 

Christian 

Dallas 

Taney 

Lewis 

Franklin 

Bates 

Grundy 

Chariton 

Mavies 

Washington 

Clarke 

Harrison 

Randolph 

Washington 

Henry 

Moniteau 

Ma COD 

Franklin 

Saline 

Ray 

Platte 

Clinton 

Franklin 

Gascouade 

Butlei 

Cedai 

Lewii 

Lin col I 



Blackwell's Station 



Missouri. 



Post Office. 

Acorn Ridge 

Acasto 

Akron 

Alamode 

Alba 

Albany 

Alanthus Grove 

Alemath 

Alexander's Mills 

Alexandria 

Allen 

Allendale 

AUenton 

Alma 

Almeda 

Alpha 

Altenburg 

Alton 0. H. 

Amazonia 

Appletou 

Arator 

Arbela 

Argo 

Arno 

Arrow Rock 

Ashburn 



County. 

Stoddard 

Clarke 

Harrison 

Reynolds 

Jasper 

Gentry 

Ozark 

Benton 

Clarke 

Randolph 

Gentry 

St, Louis 

Wright 

Newton 

Grundy 

Perry 

Oregon 

Andrew 

Cape Girardeau 

Pettis 

Scotland 

Crawford 

Taney 

.Saline 

Pike 



Blair's Creek 

Bledsoe 

Bloomfield 

Bloom Garden 

Blooming Rose 

Bloomington 

Blue Ridge 

Blufl 

Blue Spring 

Blytheville 

Ba!uf Creek 

Bolivar 

Bolton 

Boneta 

Bonhomme 

Bonnot'3 

Boone 

Boone's Lick 

Booneville 

Bottsville 

Bourbon 

Bowdark 

Bower's Mills 

Bowling Green 

BoydsviUe 

Boyer 

Boyler's Mill 



St. Francis 

Shannon 

Hickory 

Stoddard 

Maries 

Texas 

Macon 

Harrison 

Texas 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Franklin 

Polk 

Harrison 

Clarke 

St. Louis 

Osage 

Franklin 

Howard 

Cooper 

Linn 

Crawford 

Greene 

Lawrence 

Pike 

Callaway 

W.ashington 

Benton 



Brandt's Rock Springs 

Warren 
Butler 
Cide 
Caldwell 



Brannansburg 

Brazito 

Breckinridge 

Bridgeport 

Bridgeton 

Brighton 

Bristol 

Brookfield 

Brookville 

Brown 

Brownsville 

Bruuot 

Brunswick 

Brush Creek 

Bryan 



Cooper 

St. Louis 

Polk 

Webster 

Linn 

Marion 

Cedar 

Saline 

Wayne 

Chan ton 

Laclede 

Saline 



Carthage 
Caruthersvill* 
Castle Rock 
Cassville 
Castor 

Casto Valley 
Catawissa 
Cause Prairie 
Cave Pump 
Cave Spring 
Cedar Bluff 
Cedar Creek 
Cedar Fork 
Central 
Centralia 
Center 
Center Grove 
Centerville 
Chalk Level 
Chambersburg 
Chamois 
Clianey 
Chantilly 
Chapel 
Chapel Hill 
Chariton Mills 
Charleston 
Cheltenham 
Cherry 
Cherry Box 
Cherry Grove 
Chesapeake 
I Chesnut Ridge St, 
Chilhowee 
Chillicothe 
Clarence 
Clarksburg 
Clark's Fork 
Clarksville 
Clay Hill 
Claysville 
Cleavesville 
Clifty Dale 
Clinton 
Cloverdale 
Coal Bank 
Coal Hill 

Cogswell's Landing 
Cold Neck 
Cold Springs 
Cold AVater 
Cole Camp 
College Mound 
Colony 
Columbia 
Columbus 
Commerce 
Competition 
Concord 
Conner's Slllls 
Cooke's Store 
Coon Creek 
Cooper's Hill 
Ooplinger's Mills 
Copper Spring 






New to; 

Macoi 

Tex a 

St. Loui; 

Clintoi 

Carrol: 

Jaspe: 

Pemisco 

Osagi 

Barr 

Bollinge' 

Texa: 

Franklii 

Cas 

Camdei 

Wrigh 

Texa 

Ncwtoi 

Franklii 

St. Loui 

Boon 

Texa 

At eh i so 

Reynold 

St. Clai 

Clarl 

Osag 

Dad 

Lincoli 

Howel 

Lafayett 

Putnan 

Mississipp 

St. Loui 

Camdei 

Shelh. 

Schnyle 

Lawrenc 

Geneviev 

Johnsci 

Livingsto: 

Shelb; 

Monitea 

Coopc 

Pik 

Barr_ 

Boon 

Gasconad 

Mavic 

Henr 

Bento' 

Coope 

Boon 

Jackso 

Coope 

Monitea 

Wayn 

Bento 

Maeo 

Kno 

Boon 

Johnso 

Scot 

Laded 

Callawa 

Coops 

Lafayett 

Jaspe 

Osag 

Ceda 

Douglu 



POST OFFICES— MISSOURI. 



Fosl Office. 

Cornelia 
Cornursville 
'Cotf San3 De33ieu 
ICottk'villo 
lOottomvood Poiut 
Covi; Creek 
'Cow Creek 
Cow Skin 
Crab Orchard 

Cral'Tree „.^,u, 

Crawford Seminary Quawpaw 



Count;/. 

Johnson 

Hickory 

Callaway 

St. Charles 

Pemiscot 

Bates 

Saline 

Douglass 

Ray 

Greene 



Creve Cocur 

Crittenden 

Creseont Hill 

Cross Plains 

Cross Roads 

Cuba 

Ouivrc 

Ourrau 

Cypress 

CJross Timbers 

Dadesville 

Dallas 

Oanville 

Oarksville 

Dawn 

3ayton 

3ebruin 

Jecaturville 

)eep Water 

)eerfield 

)eer Ridge 

)eK:ilb 

)ent C. H. 

)ent's Statioa 

)e Soto 

)es Peres 

)e \\'itt 

Mamond Grove 

)ido 

>innn 

)ognood Grove 

•oniphan C. H. 

tou^:lass 

lover 

iresden 

Ty Creek 

'ry Fork 

ry (ilaze 

ry Spring 

ry Wood 

undas 

unilee 

uukle's Store 

unksburg 

iiro 

urgan's Creek 

agie 

^ton 
eonomy 
ilni 
iinhurg 
?e Hill 
Iba 

. Dorado 
k Creek 
k Fork 
k Grove 
k Mills 
k Spring 
kton 
lisville 
Isworth 
Paso 
m Grove 
m Spring 
mwood 
ston Statiou 
lersou 

ainence C. H. 
apire Prairie 
terprise 
ie 
aa 

erett 
reka 
ir Grove 
irmont 
ir Play 
ir Point 
ir View 
lling Spring 
rley 
rmdale 
rmington 
rrar's Mill 
t'ette 
ifetteville 
nme Osage 
itou 
elity 
Imore 



St. Louis 

Daviess 

Bates 

Dallas 

St. Francis 

Crawford 

Lincoln 

Stone 

Scott 

Hickory 

Dade 

Greene 

Montgomery 

Randolph 

Livingston 

Cass 

Pulaski 

Camden 

Henry 

Vernon 

Lewis 

Buchanan 

Dent 

St, Francis 

Barton 

St. Louis 

Carroll 

Jasper 

Livingston 

Crawford 

Morgan 

Ripley 

Gentry 

Lafayette 

Pettis 

Crawford 

Jasper 

Laclede 

Ripley 

Vernon 

Buchanan 

Franklin 

Lawrence 

Pettis 

Benton 

Lewis 

Harrison 

Buchanan 

Macon 

Kuojf 

Grundy 

Reynolds 

Christian 

Clarke 

Texas 

Bates 

Lafayette 

McDonald 

Chariton 

Hickory 

St. Louis 

Texas 

Atchison 

Crawford 

Newton 

Saline 

Cole 

Marion 

Shannon 

Andrew 

McDon.ild 



Post Office. 

Finley 

Finney's Creek 
Flat Creek 
Flat Woods 
Flint Hill 
Florence 
Florida 
Florisant 
Floyd's Creek 
Forest City 
Forest Grove 
Forest Home 
Porkner's Hill 
Forsyth 
Fort Hciiry 



St 



County. 

Webster 

Saline 

Rarry 

Phelps 

Charles 

Morgan 

Monroe 

St. Louis 

Adair 

Holt 

Mississippi 

Lawrence 

Laclede 

Taney 

Randolph 



33 



St. 



„^.... rvanaoipn 

Fourche a Renault Washington 

FourMile Dunklin 

rox Creek 

Frank ford 

Franklin 

Fredericksburg 

Fredericktowu 

Freedom 

French Point 

French Village 

Fulton 

Gadfly 

Gainesville C. H. 

Galena 

Gallatin 

Gasconade Ferry 

Gates 



Scotland 

Cass 

fit. Louis 

Greene 

Clarke 

Polk 

Cooper 

Pettis 

Douglass 

Platte 

Moniteau 

St. Francis 

Madison 

Howard 

Johnson 

St. Charles 

St. Louis 

Jasper 

Andrew 



Gatewood 

Gath 

Gay 

Gayoso 

Geatryville 

Georgetown 

Glasgow 

Glencoe 

Globe 

Golden Grove 

Gooch's Mill 

Goodland 

Goodwin Mills 

Graham 

Granby 

Grand Falls 

Grant's Hill 

Granville 

Grassy Creek 

Gravel Road 

Graves' Mills 

Gray's Summit 

Greene 

Green Castle 

Green Dale 

Greenfield 

Green Hill 

Greenland 

Green Ridge 

Greensburg 
Greenton 
Green Top 
Greenville 
Greenwood Valley 
GrubviUe 
Guilford 
Hager's Grove 
Hainesville 
Halfway 
Hall 

Hullsa's Ferry 
Hallsville 
Hamburg 
Hamilton 
Hampton 
Handy 
Hannibal 
Hardin 
Harmony 
Harrison's Mills 
Uarrisonville 
Hartford 
Hartville 
Hawk Point 
Hazel Barrens 
Hazel Bottom 
Hazel Green 
Hazel Grove 
Hazel Run Mills 
Hazelwood 
Havana 
Hematite 
Henderson 
Henpeck 
Hermann 
Hermitage 
Herron 
Hester 
Hibernia 
I Hickory Barren 



Louis 

Pike 

Howard 

Osage 

Madison 

Lafayette 

Jasper 

St. Francis 

Callaway 

Barry 

Ozark 

Stone 

Daviess 

Gasconade 

McDonald 

Ripley 

Jefferson 

Daviess 

Pemiscot 

Gentry 

Pettis 

Howard 

St. Louis 

Johnson 

Barton 

Cooper 

Knox 

Ralls 

Noddaway 

Newton 



Post Office. County. 

Hickory Creek Audrain 

Hickory Hill p„," 

"'"''"^y Port Grundy 

Hickory R.dge Cape Girardeau 

Hickory Spring Texas 

High Blue 

High Hill 

High Point 

High Ridge 

Hilt 

Hillsborough 

Hillsboro' Station 

Hill's Landing 

Hogle's Creek 

Hoi den 

Holstein 

Honey Creek 

Hopewell 



Montgomery 

Cole 

Jefferson 

Scotland 

Jetlcrson 

C»rroll 

St. Clair 

Johnson 

Warren 

McDonald 

Mississippi 



opewell Furnace Washington 



Gentry 

Monroe 

Livingston 

Cape Girardeau 

Morgan 

Franklin 

Bollinger 

Sullivan 

Camden 

Dade 

Montgomery 

Boone 

Pettis 

Knox 

Lafayette 

Schuyler 

Wayne 



Franklin 

Noddaway 

Shelby 

Clinton 

Polk 

Lawrence 

Noddaway 

Boono 

St. Charles 

Caldwell 

Platte 

Barry 

Marion 

Bay 

Washington 

Crawford 

Cass 

Putnam 

Wright 

Lincoln 

Barry 

Laclede 

Saline 

St. Francis 

Wright 

Gentry 

Jefferson 

Greene 

Shannon 

Gasconade 

Hickory 

Camden 

Marion 

C*llaway 

Greene 



Houston C. H. 

Howard Corner 

Howard's Mills 

Howe's Mill 

Hugginsville 

Humansville 

Humboldt 

Hunnewell 

Huntingdale 

Huutsville 

Hutton Valley 

Hydesburg 

latan 

Iberia 

Independence 

Indian Creek 

Indian Ford 

Irish Grove 

Iroiidalo 

Iron Hill 

Iron Mountain 

I ronton C. H. 

Isabella 

Island City 

Jackson 



Henry 
R.andulp 



Jackson's Corners 

Jacksonville 

Jake's Crook 

Jake's Prairie 

James's Bayou 

Jamesport 

Jamestown 

Japan 

Jasper 

Jefferson Barracks 

Jefferson City 

Jefferson Mills 

Jeffriesburg 

Jericho 

Jobe 

John's Branch 

Johnstown 

Joka 

Jonesboro' 

Jones' Point 

Jones' Tauyard 

Jonesville 

Kansas 

Kasliu 

Kelso 

Kendall 

KennettC. H. 

Kent 

Kenton 

KeytesviUe 

Kidder 

Kiddville 

Kimmswick 

King's Point 

Kingston 

Kingsville 

Kirksville 

Kirkwood 

Knob Noster 

Knob View 

Kuoxville 

Labaddio 

La Beilo 

Laclede 

Laeou 

La Grange 

Lakenau 

Lake Spring 

Lakeville 

Lamar 

Ijamar's Station 

La Mine 

Lamonte 

Lancaster 

La Plata 

Lane's Prairie 

Laura 

Laurel Hill 



Texas 

(Jrundy 

St. Clair 

Dent 

Gentrv 

Polli 

Pulaski 

Shelby 

"cnry 

lulpll 

Howell 

Rails 

Platte 

Miller 

Jackson 

Monroe 

Stoddard 

Atchison 

Washington 

Franklin 

St. Francis 

Iron 

Ozark 

Gentry 

Cape Girardeau 



Pott Ofjiee. 

Layton Mills 

Load Creek 

Leas burg 

Lebanon 

Leesville 

Lesaley 

Ltsterville 

Lexington 

Liberty 

Libertvville 

Liek Creek 

Licking 

Linden 

LindU-y 

Linn 

LinuMilla 

Linn Creek 

Liuneoft 

Listen 

Little Beaver 

Little Block 

LittU-by 

Little Niagara 



Sullivan 
Randolph 
Texas 
Gasconade 
3Iississippi 
Daviess 
Moniteau 
Franklin 
Jasper 
St. Louis 
Cole 
Jefferson 
Franklin 
Lacleile 
Oregon 
Audrain 
Bate.i 
Jasper 
Saline 
Holt 
Callaway 
Cass 
Jackson 
iron 
Scott 
Clav 
Dunkirk 
Newton 
Christian 
Chariton 
Caldwell 
Sullivan 
Jeffer.son 
Dade 
Caldwell 
Johnson 
Adair 
St. [jouis 
Johnson 
Crawfcird 
Kay 
Franklin 
Lewis 
Linn 
iiavies 
Lowia 
Shclbv 
Ucn'l 
Stodd&rd 
Barton 
Noddaway 
Cooper 
Peit.i 
Schuyler 
Macon 
Osmjre 
Scotland 
I'arry 



Little Osage 

Little Pincy 

Little York 

Littsrille 

Livingston 

Locust Hill 

Locust Ridge 

Locustville 

Logan's Creek 

Lone GroTo 

Lone Jack 

Lone Oak 

Long Branch 

Long Hollow 

Longwood 

Loumesville 

L'lose Creek 

Lost Camp 

Ijust Uranch 

Lot's (irove 

Louisiana 

Louisburg 

Louisville 

Lout re 

Loutre Island 

Love 

Lowell 

Lowndes 

Low NVassie 

Lucas 

Lutzton 

.Me Dowel I 

Macon City 

.Madison 

.^ladisonville 

.Mahou's Creek 

.Manchester 

.Mandoville 

Manliua 

.Manton 

.Maramac 

Marble Creek 

.Mariin 

.Marshall 

Marsnfield 

Marlhasville 

.Martin 

Martinsburg 

.Martinstowu 

.Marvel 

Maryvillo 

.MattsbenJ 

Matteae 

.MuvarilleC 

Meiuo 

.Medor.'v 

.Melrose 

.Memphis 

Menden 

.Merecr 

Mrxico 

Miami 

.Middle Brook 

.Mid.lleburv 

.Middle K.il..o« 

.Middle (irovo 

Midillctown 

.Midway 

Mil.in 

Mile4 Point 

Mill Cn-ck 

.Millrmbur^ 

.Mill Port 

Mlllvillo 

Millwood 

Viltun 

.Mine La Motia 

Min-ral I'uiot 

Miuerra 



H. 



County. 

Taney 

Monlp'(/u.rfy 

CfAM fjf'd 

L«clt40 
Hcory 

bi:nlOB 

RcvDuUa 

Lata; . ii« 

Cla/ 

St Franeia 

KalU 

Texaj 

AtchlUHD 

(jrundy 

Om«, 

Ja«ptr 

CainilvB 

Liaa 

Lar^tctte 

T*o«r 

Ri|>l«7 

Audriaa 

Cauideo 

ll«Ic< 

Puluki 

GrccBe 

Noddaway 

LiTintiion 

Kdue 

St. Fr.tucii 

Putnam 

R«ynald< 

Uvri;aa 

JackwB 

Uaua 

M'tnro* 

Law fence 

Pettii 

McDuuald 

How^ 
LInculo 

Oeotry 
Pike 

Dallaj 
Liocolo 
Audrian 
Warrrn 

Macon 

Hull 

Way«e 
Ore/ton 
Hrnry 

Noddaway 

Harry 

Macuu 

W 'nrue 

KatU 

Shannon 

St. LouU 

Carroll 

Da Vina 

Crawford 

I run 

Cola 

Saline 

Webtur 

Warrro 

(tro<no 

KipUy 

Puinaa 

DatM 

Noddaway 

Salin* 

St. I.auta 

DrKalb 

Jaipar 

OMflt 

St. UaU 

Sootlaad 

Law! i*nc« 

Mrrcar 

AuJraia 

8alla* 

Iran 

N»rc«r 

Scotland 

MearM 

Uoal^oiafj 

Ooopar 

SdUitoa 

CarrvU 

Rl|4*7 

Cat la way 

Kaaa 

lUy 

Uncola 

Raadolpk 

MadlMB 

W»i'i'njt.>n 

i«..-iaa 



C 



34 



POST OFFICES — MISSOURI. 



County. 

Wriplit 

CttlJwIl 

Clftv 

St. Cliiirlfn 

SIiTcir 

St. Cl:iir 

5!onroo 

Ti'Xiw 

V<rnoii 

MonUumrry CUy Mnntf..m.-r'; 
M..orr.vill« Livim-'ston 



Mint Spring 
Mirsl>il« 
Mixourt City 
Mixuurlton 

M'xIcDII 

Mniinsitn 
M,.nr.>« City 
Miininiik 
Muiiiovallo 
M"i>ticcllo 



Morcan 

Moriiingtoa 

Morriton 

Monr't Mill 

Morrixown 

Mo«cow 

Mota 

M..unt Helicon 

M"iint Hope 

.Mount Sti-rlin? 

Mount V.rnou 

Mount View 

Mnli- Crcfk 

Miine.T>Mill« 

Mufii'lu Mills 

Mvfr« 

N'kprtlcon City 

Nurrow." 

N»vlor'sStoro 

Ncbo 

Necly'a Ltndlnn 

^ Cavc Oirnratau 

nipUy 



Ailalr 

Wfl'Stfr 

Oiuii'onaili' 

jolTlTSOU 

Orcinf 

I.afnvtti' 

Kr:iiiklin 

Lafayette 

Giisconadf 

Lawrence 

Itinton 

C.a;.r 

Shannon 

Sullivan 

IlowarJ 

Lafaytlo 

^oddaway 

St. Cli.irli's 

Pulaski 



Pott Office. 

Pallna 

Palmyra 

Panainii 

Paineswick 

Panther Valley 

PapinsviUe 

Paris 

Parkville 

[*:weo 

Puton 

Patterson 

I'nttonsburg 

Piiulville 

Pny Down 

Payne9''illo 

Pcakesville 

Pedeo 

Pendleton 

Pennvillo 



County. 

Greene 

Marion 

PullL'iki 

Mavies 

Webster 

Piltes 

Monroe 

Platte 

Dallas 

Bollinger 

Wayne 

Daviess 

Adair 

Mavies 

Pike 

Clarke 

Schuyler 

Warren 

Sullivan 



Pott Office. 

Rico's Ferry 

Rich 

Rich Fountain 

Richland 

Rielimond 

Richmond Hill 



County. 

Macon 

Atchison 

Osage 

Greene 

Ray 

Shannon 



Post Office. 



County. 



V 



New tor '" 



*^ e « \flJL . 

Buchanai " 

Pik. » 

Pulask «/ 



Green 
Petti 



NwlyviUe 
Nelsonvillo 
Neosho 
Nevada 
Newnrk 
New Jtloom6cld 
New Hoston 
New P.remen 
New Castle 
New Florence 
New Harmony 
New Ilaven 
New Hope 
New London 
New Madrid 
New .Market 
New Melle 



Marion 

Newton 

Vernon 

Knox 

Callaway 

Maeun 

St. Genevieve 

Gentry 

Montgomery 

Pike 

Franklin 

Lincoln 

K;.ll.- 

Now Mailriil 

Platte 

St. Charle 



I^ew Allelic •"-- 

New Offenburg St. Genevieve 

New Santa Fe Jackson 

Newtonia 

Newtown 

New Winchester 

Nineveh 



Noell 
Nobleton 
Norma 
Normandy 
Norris' Fork 
Northcutt 
North Point 
North Salem 
North Star 
Novelty 
Oa dale 
Oakfleld 

O (rroTO 

Oak Hill 

Oi.kland \ 

0;ik Point 

Oak Ridgu 

Oukwood 

O-Kallon 

Oicden 

Osle'8 Mills 

Olio 

Old Alexandria 

Old Mines 

Omaha 

Oregon 

Orleans 

Orr 

Osage 

Osape Bhiff 

OssRe City 

Osixe Fork 

Osborn 

Osceola 

Ot«e^<i 

Otter Creek 

Otterville 

Ovid 

Owasco 

Owec<Tille 

Oxford 

Oyster 

Osark 

Faciflo 



Newton 

Putnam 

Carroll 

Adair 

Iron 

Newtoi. 

Webster I 

St. Louis 

Heury 

Linn 

Holt 

Linn 

Atchison 

Knox 

Shelby 

Franklin 

Jackson 

Gasconade 

Laclede 

^loniteau 

Cape Girardeau 

St. Charles 



New Madrid 
Andrew- 
Macon 
Lincoln 
Wasliin;?ton 
J'utnnio 
Holt 
Polk 
Webster 
Crawford 
Cole 

Laclede 

De Kalb 

St. Clair 

Ray 

Wayne 

Cooper 

Ciiss 

Sullivan 

Gasconade 

Worth 

Lewis 

Christian 

Franklin 



Peoples Cape Girardeau 

Peoria Bates 

Perkiu's Creek Bollinger 

Perrvville Jl^'r 

Petrii , Saline 

p^.vilv JeHerson 

Phelps Lawrence 

Philadelphia Marion 

Philander Gentry 

Pierce Callaway 

PiRcon Creek Rail's 

Pike Creek Ripley 

Piketon Stoddard 

Pilot Grove Cooper 

Pilot Knob „ Iron 

Pinckney Warren 

I'inc Bluff Pulaski 

Pine Hill Shannon 

Pincville McDonald 

Pink Hill Jackson 

Pin Oak Warren 

Pisjrah Cooper 

Pitts Warren 

Pittsburg Hickory 

I'ittsville Johnson 
Plank Road St. Genevieve 

I'lalin Jefferson 

Plato Texas 

Platte City Platte 

Platte River Buchanan 

I'lattsburg Clinton 

Pleasant Farm Miller 

Plea.sant Gap Bates 

Pleasant Green Cooper 

Pleasant Hill Cass 

Pleasant Home Putnam 

Plensaut Hope Polk 

Pleasant Mount Miller 

Pleasant Park Carroll 

Pleasant Retreat Scotland 

Pleasant Ridge Harrison 

Pleasant Valley Wright 

Plea-sant View R.-vy 

Plum Creek Clinton 

Plum Valley Texas 
Pocahontas Cape Girardeau 
Point Pleasant >'ew Madrid 

Poplar Bluff Butler 
Portage Des Sioux St. Charles 

Port Hudson Franklin 

Portland Callaway 

Port Perry Perry 

Port Royal Jasper 

Post Oak Johnson 

Potosi Washington 

Pottersville Howell 

Prairie Bird Adair 

Prairie City Bates 

Prairie Creek Osage 

Prairie Fork Montgomery 

Prairie Home Johnson 

Prairieville Pike 

Preston Jasper 

Price's Branch Montgomery 

Price's Landing Scott 

Princeton Mercer 

Prior's Mills Osage 

Prospect Grove Scotland 

Prospect Hill Ray 

Providence Boone 

Pryor's Store Taney 
Punjaub St. Genevieve 

Quiney Hickory 

(Juitman Noddaway 

Randolph Randolph 

Ravenna Mercer 

Readsville Callaway 

Reese Hill Reynolds 

Reeves' Station Butler 

Reform Callaway 

Reindeer Noddaway 

Relfe Pulaski 

Rhiccland Montgomery 



Rich woods Washington 

Ridgelv Platte 

Ridge Prairie Saline 

Rittht Point Camden 

Ring's Point Adair 

Roanoke Randolph 

Roaring River Barry 

Robertson's Mill .Sttne 

Roeheport ViX^nQ 

Rochester Andrew 

Rock Bridge Ozark 

Rockford ^f"-'** 

Rock Hill St. Louis 
Rock House Prairie Buchanan 

Rockport Atchison 
Rock Spring Washing'.on 

Rocky Mount 3lilkr 

Rolla Phelps 

Rome li"*'';,*-' 

Ronda 1 "'^ 

Roubidoux Texas 

Round Hill Cooper 

Rowletta Pettis 

Rucker's Prairie Franklin 

Rush Ridge Mississippi 

Rushvillo Buch.anan 

Russell's Hill Reynolds 

Russelville Cole 

RutledgeC.H. McDonald 

Sacramento Wright 

Saint Aubert Callaway 

St. Catherine I'lnn 

St. Charles St. Charles 

St. Clair Franklin 

St, Francisville Clarke 
St, Genevieve C. H. 

St. Genevieve 

St. James Phelps 

St. John Putnam 

St. Joseph Buchanan 

St. Leger Ozark 

St. Louis St. Louis 

St. Luke Webster 
St. Mark 

St. Mary's St. Genevieve 

St. Paul Webster 

St. Peters St. Charles 

St. Thomas Cole 

.Salem Linn 

Saline Mercer 

Salt River Audriau 

Sand Hill Scotland 

Sandv Mines Jefferson 

San Francises Carroll 

Santa Fe Monroe 

Sappington St. Louis 

Sarcoxie Jasper 

Sarvis Spring Dent 

Savannah C. H. Andrew 

Saverton Ralls 

Scotland Ridge Putnam 

Scottville Sullivan 

Sedalia Pettis 

Selden Douglass 

Selma Jefferson 

Sentinel Prairie Polk 

Shady Grove Dallas 

Shamrock Callaway 

Sharpsburg Marion 

Shawnee Mound Henry 
Sheffield Capo Girardeau 

Shclbina Shelby 

Shelby ville " 

Shibley '3 Point Adair 

Shields Mavies 

Sherwood Jasper 

Shoneylown Putnam 

Short Bend Crawford 

Shotwell Franklin 

Sibley Jackson 

Sidney Ralls 

Sikeston Scott 

Silver Creek Cedai 

Smith City Pettis 

Smithton Worth 

Smithvil.o Clay 

Snell'sMill Harrison 

Snibar Lafayette 

Snow Hill St. Charles 

Solitude Pemiscot 

Somerset Monroe 

Sous Creek Dade 

•^outh Fork Howell 

South Grove Saline 

South Point Franklin 

Spanish Prairie Phelps 



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Sparta 

Spencersburg 

Spring Creek 

.Springfield 

Spring Fork 

Spring Garden 

Spring Grove 

Spring Hill 

Spruce 

Stanford 

Stanton Copper Mines 

Frankl 
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Stein's Prairie 

Stewart's 

Stewartsville 

Stockland 

Stockton 

Stone House 

Stono 

Stony Point 

Striugfield's Store 

Sturgeon 

Sugar Creek 

Sugar Tree Grove 

Sullivan 

Sulphur Springs 

[Landing 
Summit 
Swan 

Sweet Home 
Sylvan 
Syracuse 
Tabo 

Tagart's Mill 
Talladega 
Tallow Hill 
Tiios 
Ten Mile 
Third Fork 
Thomasville 
Tiger Fork 

Tinney's Grove 

Tipton 

Tiviot 

Toledo 

Toronto 

Trail Creek 

Trenton 

Troy 

Truxton 

Tuckersville 

Tugne 

Tullvania 

Turkey Creek 

Turnback 

Turnersville 

Tuseumbia 

Tyro 

Ulman's Ridge 

Union 

Union Mills 

Uuionville 

Urbana 

Utica 

Valparaiso 
Van Buren 
Vancill's Landing 

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Vannoy's Mill 

Vermont 

Verona 

Versailles 

Vera Cruz 

Victoria 

Vienna 

Virginia Mills 

VVadesburg 

Wagon Knob 

Waldo 

Walkersville 

Wall's Store 

Walnut Grove 
Walnut Hill 

Walnut Shade 

Waltersville 

W'earbleau 

Warren 

VVarrensburg 

Warrentou 

Warsaw 

Washburn Prairie 
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Waterloo 

Waverly 

Waynesville 

Webster 

AVebster Station 

Wellington 

Wellsburg 

Wellsville 



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St. Charles 

Sehuvler 

Polk 

Marion 

Chariton 

Putnam 

Sullivan 

Osage 

■Howell 

Bates 

Jackson 

Dunklin 

Marion 

Platte 

Shelby 

Camden 

Morgan 

Vernon 

Wright 

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Andrew 

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Al stead 

Alton 

Amherst 

Amoskeag 

Andover 

Antrim 

Ashuelot 

Atkinson 

Atkinson Depot 

Auburn 

Barnstead 

Barrington 

Bartlett 

Bath 

Bedford 

Bennington 

Benton 

Berlin Palls 

Bethlehem 

Blakeville 

Boscawen 

Bow 

Bradford 

Brentwood 

Bridgewater 

Bristol 

Brookfield 

Brookline 

Campton 

Campton Village 



Adair Canaan 
Greene Candia 
Clarke Candia Village 

Canterbury 
Henry Carroll 
Dent Center Barnstead 
Sullivan Center Conway 
Buchanan Center Harbor 
Wright Center Ossipee 
Harrison Center Sandwich 
Wright Center Strafford 
Wright Charlestown 
Monroe Chester 

Oregon Chesterfield v.uc=,i.ie 

Macon , Chesterfield Factory Cheshire 
Gasconade Chichester Merrimack 

Claremont Sullivan 

Clarksville Coos 

Colebrook Coos 

Columbia Coos 

Concord Merrimack 

Connecticut Lake Coos 

Contoocook Village Merrimack 



County. 

Cheshire 
Belknap 

Hillsboro' 

Hillsboro' 

Merrimack 

Hillsboro' 

Cheshire 

Rockingham 

Rockingham 

Rockingham 

Belknap 

Strafford 

Carroll 

Gr.i ton 

Hillsboro' 

Hillsboro' 

Grafton 

Coos 

Grafton 

Cheshire 

Merrimack 

Merrimack 

Merrimack 

Rockingham 

Grafton 

Grafton 

Carroll 

Hillsboro' 

Grafton 

Grafton 

Grafton 

Rockingham 

Rockingham 

Merrimack 

Coos 

Belknap 

Carroll 

Belknap 

Carrol] 

Carroll 

Strafford 

Sullivan 

Rockingham 

Cheshire 



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County, 



Knfield Center 

Eppiug 

Epsom 

ErroU 

Exeter 

Farmiugton 

Kessenden Mills 

Fishersville 

Pitzwilliam 

Flume 

Francistown 

Franconia 

Franklin 

Freedom 

Fremont 

George's Mills 

Gilford Villa-e 

Gilmanton i.eiKiuir 

GilmantouIroaWorksBelkn 11 

Gilsum Oheshin 

Goff's Falls Hillshorouirh 

Goffstown Hlllsburo- 

Goffstown Center Hillsboro' 

Gome 

Gorham 

G'lshen 

Grafton 

Grafton Center 

Grantham 

Great Falls 

Greenfield 

Greenland 



Grafton 

kockingham 

Merrimack 

Coos 

Rockingham 

Stratford 

Rockingham 

Merrimack 

Cheshire 

Grifcon 

Hillsboro' 

Grafton 

Merrimack 

Cj-t.i11 

Rocking nam 

Sullivan 

Celknip 

Belknap 



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Warren 

Clarke 

Scotland 

Noddaway 

Phelps 

Gentry 

Audrian 

Franklin 

Stoddard 

Henry 



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County, 

Lander 

Lander 

Lander 

Ormsby 

Washoe 

Lyon 

Esmeralda 

Washoe 

Douglai 

Story 

Humboldt 

Lander 

Lander 

Douglas 

Humboldt 

Lyons 

Churchill 

Lander 

Humboldt 

Lander 

Churchill 

Humboldt 

Carson 

Washoe 



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Conway Carroll 

Coos Coo_ 

Cornish Flat Sullivan 

Crawford's House Coos 

Croyden Sullivan 

Croyden Flats Sullivan 

Dalton Coos 

Daubury Grafton 

Danville Rockingham 

Deerfield Rockingham 

Deerfield Center Rockingham 

' Deering Hillsboro' 

Derry Rockingham 

Derry Depot Rockingham 

Dorchester Grafton 

Dover Strafford 

Downing's Mills Stratford 

Drewsville Cheshire 

Dublin Cheshire 

Dunbarton Merrimack 

Durham Strafford 

East Ackworth Sullivan 

East An lover Merrimack 

East Canaan Grafton 

East Chester Rockingham 

East Concord ^lerrimack 

East Haverhill Grafton 

East Jafirey Cheshire 

East Kingston Roc'Kingham 

East Landatf Grafton 

East Lebanon Grafton 

East Lempster Sullivan 

East JIadison Carroll 

East Moultonboro' Carroll 

East Northwood Rockingham 

East Plaiufield Sullivan 

East Rochester Strafford 
East Sandbornton Belknap 

I East Sullivan Cheshire 

East Uuitv Sullivan 

I East Wakefield Carroll 

East Washington Sullivan 

East Weare Hillsboro' 
East Westmoreland Cheshire 

Eaton Center Carroll 

I Effingham Carroll 

Sullivan [Effingham Falls Carroll 

Grafton j Ellsworth Grafton 

Grafton 



Stratford 

Coo^ 

Sullivan 

Grafton 

Grafton 

Sull ivaii 

Stratforo 

Hillsboro' 

Rockingham 



Grnenland Depot Rockingham 



County. 



Merrimack I Enfield 



Groton 

Groveton 

Hampstead 

Hampton 

Hampton Falls 

Hancock 

Hanover 

Uanover Center 

Harrisville 

Haverhill 

Haverhill Center 

Hebron 

Henniker 

Hill 

Hillsboro' 

Hillsboro' Bridge 

Hillsboro' Center 

Hinsdale 

Holderness 

Uollis 

Hookset 

Hopkinton 

Horn's Mills 

Hudson 

Jackson 

Jaffrey 

Jefferson 

Jefferson Mills 

Keene 

Kensington 

Kingston 

Laconia 

Lake Village 

Lancaster 

Landafl' 

Langdon 

Lebanon 

Lee 

Leighton's Corners 

Lempster 

Lincoln 

Lisbon 

Litchfield 

Littleton 

London 

Loudon Center 

Londonderry 

London Ridge 

Lower Bartlett 

Lower Gilmanton 

Lyman 

Lyme 

Lyndeborough 

Mackerel Corners 

Madison 

Manchester 

JIarl borough 

Marlborough D.>pot 

Marlow 

Mason 

Mason Village 

Mast Yard 

Melvin Village 

Meredith Center 

Meredith Village 

Aferiden 

Middleton 

Milan 

Milfurd 



Orufton 

Coo* 

rtockingham 

Rockingham 

Rockingham 

Hillsboro' 

Grafton 

Grafton 

Cheshire 

Grafton 

Grafton 

Grafton 

Merrimack 

Grafton 

Hillsboro' 

Hillsboro' 

Hillsboro' 

Cheshire 

Grafton 

Hillsboro' 

Merrimack 

Merrimack 

Carroll 

Hillsboro' 

Coos 

Cheshire 

Coos 

Coos 

Cheshire 

Rockingham 

Rockingham 

Belknap 

Belknap 

Coo,- 

Grafton 

Sallivan 

Grafton 

Strafford 

Carroll 

Sullivan 

Grafton 

Grafton 

Ilillsboroitgli 

Grafton 

iMcrrimack 

Merrimack 

Rockingham 

Merrimack 

Carroll 

Belknap 

(Jrafton 

Grafton 

Hillsboro' 

Carroll 

Carroll 

Hillsboro' 

Cheshire 

Cheshire 

Cheshire 

Hillsboro' 

Hillsbii-o' 

Merrimack 

Carroll 

Belknap 

Belknap 



Mill Village 

Milton 

Milion Milla 

Monroe 

Moultonboro' 

Mountain Honse 

Mount Vcrnou 

Munsouville 

N'ashua 

Xelson 

N'ew Alstead 

New Boston 

Vewbury 

New Castle 

NcTv Ham pton 

N'ewington 

^^'■ew Ipswich 

N'ew London 

New Market 

Newport 

Newton 

Newton Depot 

North Barrington 

North Barnstead 

North Branch 

North Bojcowen 

North Charleston 

North Chichester 

North Couwav 

North Dorchester 

North D.inbaru.n 

Northfield Depot 

North Grantham 

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North Hampton Rockingham 

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North Haverhill Giifton 

North Lisbon Gr.flun 

North Littleton Grafton 

N . Londonderry Rockingham 

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Nor h Richmond Cheshire 
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Sulljvaa 

Straflord 

Sirailurd 

Grafton 

Carroll 

Grafton 

Hilleboru' 

Cheshire 

Hillsf<oro' 

C lies hire 

Cheshire 

Hillsboro* 

Merrimack 

Rockiasham 

Belknap 

Rockingham 

Hillsboro' 

ilerrimack 

Rockingham 

Sullivan 

Rockingham 

RockiuKham 

Strafford 

Belknap 

Hillshoro- 

Merrimack 

Sullivan 

Merrimack 

Carroll 

Graftou 

Merrimack 

Merrimack 

Sullivan 

Grafton 



North Sanbornton 
.North Sandwich 
North Strafford 
North Sutton 
Northumberland 
North AVakeheld 
North Weare 
North AVolfborough 



Belknap 

Carroll 

Strafford 

Merrimack 

Coos 

Carroll 

Hillsboro' 

Carroll 



Northwood Narrows 
V- .. . Rockingham 

Nottingham Rockingham 

Nottingham Turnrike 

Oil Mill Village ''"^Iflte 

Orford 

Orfordville 

Ossippee 

Paper .Mill Villa 

Pelham 



Pembroke 

Peterboroug 

Piermont 

Pittsburg 

Pittsfield 

Plainfield 

Plaisiow 

Plymouth 

Poctersville 

Portsmouth 

Profile Hmse 

Randolph 

Raymond 

Reed's Ferry 

Richmond 

Rindgc 

Rochester 

Rnmney 

Rye 

Salem 

Salem Depot 

Salisbury 

Salmon Palls 

Sanbornton 



Grafton 

Grafton 

Carroll 

z- Cheshire 

tlillsboro' 

Merrimack 

Hillsboro' 

Graft<.B 

Cons 

Uerrimaek 

Sullivan 

Rockingham 

Grafton 

Chcihire 

Rockingham 

Graftoa 

Caoi 

Rockingham 

HilUboro- 

Cheshir* 

Cheshire 

Strafford 

Graftoa 

Rockingham 

Rockingham 

Rockingham 

Memmsck 

Straff. rd 

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Sanbornton Briiif Belknap 

Sandown ' Rockinrhaai 

Sandwich Cirroll 

Scytherille Merrimack 

Seabrook Rockingham 

Shaker Village Merrlnack 

Shelbnrn Coos 

South Acworth Snllivaa 

South Carroll Coo< 

South Charleitowa SalHraa 

South Columbia Coos 

Sulliranl South Daoburr GrafloB 

Strafford South Perrfirli Rockinghaa 

Coos South M.impton R>ckinghaB 

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South 8to>iil»rJ 
South Sutton 
South Tun worth 
South Wc»ro 
South Woinjorv uph 
SprlnKedtl 
Mark 

StrxartitowD 
Stnjitiiril 
SimBord 

StrulTorJ Illuo Hill 
Striffnrd OorniT 
Slrulfonl 
Str»tli»"i 
Su»r H>U 
Sulhvkit 

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Sancook 
Surry 
Sutton 
Swaniey 
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SliTriuiack 
Curroll 
Hillalior..' 
Carroll 
Sullivnn 

Coos 

Coos 

Clioihirc 

Strafloril 

Straflorcl 

Stranord 

Coos 

Rockinghum 

(rrafton 

Clicshiri' 



Po3t Office. 

Allovr»ystown 

AndovtT 

Aiilbonr 

Arncjtown 

Asliury 

AtluMtic City 

Atsion 

Auburn 

Augusta 

llttkir'a Basin 

Haiitislown 

Biirnaintown 

IturutiKat 

Hurnriliorouch 

hanking Ri(lg« 

Huts to 

Ilayoune 

Ikuiystown 

Beemcrville 

Itfcslcy's Point 



SuUivau I HnUevillo 



Merrimack 
Ch'Shire 

Merrimack 
Cheshire 
Carroll 



Tain worth Iron Work* Carroll 



Tcmplo 

Thornton 

Thornton's Ferry 

Troy 

Tultonbo rough 

1'nion 

fnity 

l'pp<r Oilmanton 

WttillcT'i- Falls 

Wi>kcl\eld 

TV' al polo 

Warner 

Warren 

Wa«hinKton 

Water > illage 

Weare 

Weir's Bridge 

Wentworth 



lliUsboro 

(iraftoii 

IlilUl.oro' 

Cheshire 

Carroll 

Carroll 

Sullivan 

H.lknai. 

Straflord 

Carroll 

Cheshire 

Merrimack 

(Jraflon 

Sullivan 

Carroll 

HillslH.ro' 

Belknap 

Grafton 



Wentworth's Location Coos 
West Alton Belknap 

WestAndover Merrimack 

West Itoscawen Merrimack 

West Campion Grafton 

West Canaan Grafton 

West Claremont Sullivan 

West Concord Merrimack 

Weft Knfield Grafton 

West Kpping Rockingham 
West Hampstead Rockingham 
West Hennikcr Merrimack 

West Hopkinton Merrimack 
West Lebanon Grafton 

West Littleton Grafton 

West Milan Coos 

West Milton Straflord 

Westmoreland Cheshire 

Westmoreland D'.pot Clieshirc 
West Northwood Rockingham 
West NottinghamUockin^ham 
West Ossipee Carroll 

West Peterborough 

llillslorough 
West Plymouth fJraftoi. 

Westport Cheshire 

West Rumney Grafton 

West Salisbury Merrimack 

West Springti'eld Sullivan 

1f«tt Stewartsou Coos 

Weit Swaniey Cheshire 

We»t Thornton lirafton 

West Wilton llillshoro' 

West Windham Rockingham 
Whitefleld Coos 

White Mountain House Coos 
Wilmot Merrimack 

Wilmot Flats Merrimack 

Wilson'sCrossingRoekinsliam 
Wilton Ilillslioro' 

Winchcitor Cheshire 

Windham Rockingham 

Windham Depot Rockingham 
Wolfborough Carroll 

Wo-idstock Grafton 

Wojdsvillc Grafton 



Belvidcre 

Bennett's Mills 

Itcrgen Iron Workj 

Bergen Point 

Berkshire Valley 

Bethlehem 

Bevan's 

Beverly 

Black's Mill? 

Blackwoodstown 

Blairstown 

Blawanburg 

Bloomfield 

Bloomingdale 

Bloomsburg 

liounton 

Bordentown 

Boundbrook 

Brainard'3 

Branchville 

Bridgeboro 

Bridgeport 

Bridgeton 

Bridgeville 

Broadway 

Brotzinauville 

Brown's Mills 

Buckshuten 

Budd'sLake 

Burlington 

Caldwell 

Oalno 

CamdCQ 

Canton 

Cape Island 

Cape May 

Oarlstadt 

Carpenter's Landing 



County. 

Salem 

Susse-x 

Hunterdon 

Burlington 

Warren 

Atlantic 

Burlington 

Salem 

Sussex 

Mcrcci 

nunterdoii 

Atlantic 

Ocean 

Gloucester 

Somerset 

BurlinKton 

Iliiilson 

SVarren 

Sussex 

Cape May 

Essex 

Warren 

Ocean 



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County. 



Delaware Station Warren 

Uennisville Cape May 

Deuville Morris 

Dias Creek Cape May 

Dividing Creek Cumber and 

Dover Morns 

Drakestown 

Drakesvillo 

Dutch Neck 

Kast Creek 

Katoiitown 

Kdinburg 

Egg Harbor City 

Eliiabeth 

Eliiabetbport 

Kllisburg 

EUwood 

Elnur 

Englewood 

English Creek Atl 

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Hudson 

Morris 

Hunterdon 

Sussex 

Burlington 

Monmouth 

Camden 

AVarren 

Somerset 

Essex 

Passaic 

Hunterdon 

Morris 

Burlington 

Somersei 

Warren 

Sussex 

Burlington 

Gloucester 

Cumberland 

Warren 



Burlington 

Cumberland 

Morris 

Burlington 

Essex 

Warren 

Camden 

Salem 

Cape May 

Bergen 



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Pott Office. 

Ab««can 

Allamuchy 

Allentuwu 



County, 

Atlantic 
Warren 

Monmi'Uth 



Carpentcrsville 

Cassville 

Cedar Creek 

Cedarville 

Centerville 

Changewater 

Chapel Hill 

Chatham 

Cherryville 

Chester 

Chetwood 

Chew's Landing 

Oinnaminsou 

Clarksboro' 

Clarksburg 

Clarksville 

Clinton 

Clinton Station 

Oloater 

aove 

Clover Hill 

Cokesburg 

Cold Spring 

Colesville 

Colt's Neck 

Columbia 

Columbus 

Cookstown 

Copper Hill 

Cranberry 

Oranesville 

Cresskill 

('rosa Keys 

Cross Wicks 

Croton 

Danville 

Daretown 

Davisville 

Ueckcrtown 

Dccosta 

DccrCeld Street 

Delancu 



iloucester 
Warren 
Ocean 

Cumberland 

Hunterdon 

Warren 

Monmouth 

Morris 

Hunterdon 

Morris 

Burlington 

Camden 

Burlington 

Gloucester 

Monmouth 

Hunterdon 



Bergen 

Sussex 

Hunterdon 

Capo May 

Sussex 

Monmouth 

Warren 
Burlington 



Hunterdon 

Middlesex 

Union 

Bergen 

Camden 

Burlington 

Hunterdon 

Warren 

Salem 

Ocean 

Sussex 

Atlantic 

Cumberland 

Burlington 



Englisht'. rfn 

EsielviHe 

Everittstown 

Bwing's Neck 

Ewingsville 

Fairmouut 

Fairtou 

Farmingdale 

Fellowship 

Fillmore 

FisherviUe 

Fishing Creek 

Five Points 

Flaggtown 

Flanders 

Flatbrookville 

Flemington 

Florence 

Forest Grove 

Forked River 

Fort Lee 

Franklin 

Franklin Furnace 

Franklinville 

Freedom 

Freehold 

Frenchtuwn 

Georgetown 

German Valley 

Glassboro' 

Uleudale 

Gloucester City 

Godwinville 

Goshen 

Gratitude 

Green Bank 

Crcen Creek 

Greensburg 

Green Village 

Greenwich 

Griggstown 

Groveville 

Hackensaek 

Haekettstown 

Uaddontield 

Hainesburg 

Hainesport 

Hainesville 

Hamburg 

Hamilton Square 

Hammonton 

Hancock's Bridge 

Hanover 

Hardingville 

Hardwiok 

Ilarlingen 

Harmony 

Harrison 

Harrisonville 

High Bridge 

Hightstown 

Hobokeu 

Hohokus 

Holland 

Holmdel 

Horneratowu 

Hope 

Hopewell 

Hov^■»rd 

Hudson City 

Hurffville 

Imlaystown 

Irvington 

Jackson 

Jacksonville 

Jacobs town 

Jameahurg 

Jersey City 

Jobstown 

Johnsonbur' 

Juliustown 



Mercer 

Cape May 

Monmouth 

Mercer 

Atlantic 

Union 

Camden 

Atlantic 

Salem 

Bergen 

Atlantic 

ergen 

Monmouth 

Atlantic 

Hunterdon 

Cumberland 

Mercer 

Hunterdon 

Cumberland 

Monmouth 

Burlington 

Monmouth 

Gloucester 

Cape May 

Gloucester 

Somerset 

Morris 

Sussex 

Hunterdon 

Burlington 

Cumberlivnd 

Ocean 

Bergen 

Essex 

Sussex 

Gloucester 

Sussex 

Monmouth 

Hunterdon 

Burlington 

Morris 

Gloucester 

Camden 



Pott Office. 

Karrsville 

Kettle Creek 

Key port 

Kill Millp. 

Kingston 

Kingwood 

Klinusville 

Knowlton 

Lafayette 

Lamhertville 

Landis 

Lawrenceville 

Layton 

Lebanon 



County. 

Warrt 

Ocea 

Monmout 

Middles^ 
Uunterdq 

Warrc 

Susst 
Hunterdc 

Merci 
Sussi , 
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Lebanon Glass Works 

Burlingt 

Atlant 

Monmou 



Leed's Point 

Leedsville 
Leesburg 
Leonards.ville 
Lesser X Roads 
Liberty Corners 
Libertyville 
Little Falls 
Little York 
Livingston 
Locktown 
Lodi 

Long-a-coming 
Long Branch 
Long Hill 
Lower Bank 
Lower Squankum 
Lumbertou 
Madison 
Malaga 
Manahawkin 
Manalapan 
Manamuskin 
Manchester 
Marksboro' 
Marlboro' 
Marl ton 
Martinsville 
Matawan 
Mauricetown 
May's Landing 
Mead's Basin 
Medford 
Mendham 
Metedeconk 
Metuchen 
Middlebush 
Bergen Middletown 
Cape Jlay Middletown Point 
Sussex Middleville 
Burlington Milford 
Cape May Millbrook 
Mercer Millburn 
Morris Millington 
Cumberland Millstone 
Somerset Millville 
Mercer Milton 
Bergen Monroe 
Warren Montague 
Camden Moorestown 
Warren Morristown 
Burlington Mountalnville 
Sussex Mount Cair 

Mount Bethel 
Mercer Mount Ephraim 
Atlantic Mount Holly 
Salem Mount Laurel 
Morris Mount Pleasant 
Gloucester Mount Rose 
Warren Mount Salem 
Somerset Mullico Hill 
Warren Musconetcong 
Hudson Neighborsville 
Gloucester Neshanic 
Hunterdon Newark 

Mercer New Bedford 
Hudson New Brunswick 
Bergen New Durham 
Hunterdon New Egypt 
Monmouth Newtield 

Ocean Newfoundland 
Warren New Germantown 
Mercer New Gretna 
Warren New Hampton 

New Lisbon 
Camden New Market 
Monmouth New Monmouth 
Essex Newport 
Camden New Providence 
Burlington New Sharon 

" Newton 

Middlesex New Vernon 
Hudson New Village 
Burlington North Branch 

Warren North Branch Depot Some 
Burlington North EngUwood Be' 



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Mor 

Gloucest 

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Wan 

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Somer 

Cumherls 

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nu's Xfck 
nil well 
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t-jtown 
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a^aat Valley 
asaiitville 
ckeraire 
nt Pleasant 
ntville 
kville 
nptun 

n|itoa Plains 
■t Cjlden 
t Elizabeth 
t Mercer 
t Monmouth 
t Republic 
ter's Creek 
temown 
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spect Plains 
.kertowa 
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13 ay's 
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County, 

Hunterdon 

Monmouth 
Sussex 
Jfidillesex 
Essex 
Warren 
Burlington 
Morris 
Bergen 
Passaic 
Morris 
Hunterdon 
Passaic 
Warren 
Gloucester 
Somerset 
Salem 
Burlington 
Mercer 
Salem 
Mercer 
Hunterdon 
Sussex 
Monmouth 
Hunterdon 
Middlesex 
Cape May 
Warren 
Morris 
Salem 
Hunterdon 
Cnion 
Middlesex 
Hunterdon 
Sussex 
Bergen 
Somerset 
Ocean 
Burlington 
Warren 
Passaic 
Morris 
Warren 
Cumberland 
Mercer 
MoniT.outh 
Atlantic 
Ocean 
Hunterdon 
Hunterdon 
Mercer 
Burlington 
Jfiddlesex 
Hunterdon 
Middlesex 
Bergen 
Burlington 
Somerset 
Hunterdon 



Post Office. 



Burlington 
Monmouth 



Grande 
Istown 

rtsville 
biusviUe 
csburg 
iawav 

V Hfll 
laud Mills 
le River 
n 

rsville 

Brook 
oley's Jlountaia 
oalenburg 
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town 

die 

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long 

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V 

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h's Landing 

r's Point 

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1 Amboy 
Branc h 
Brunswick 
Orange 

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Hunterdon 

Cape May 

Cumberland 

Monmouth 

Mercer 

Warren 

Morris 

Somerset 

Hunterdon 

Bergen 

Saiem 

Hudsou 

Hunterdon 

Morris 

Beigen 

Essex 

Salem 

Cape May 

Warren 

Hunterdon 

Burlington 

Ocean 

Salem 

Ocean 

Cumberland 

Monmouth 

Hunterdon 

Somerset 

Atlantic 



Somerset 
Middlesex 

Somerset 

Middlesex 

Essex 

Middlesex 



Sparta 

Spotswond 

Springfield 

Springtown 

Spring Valley 

Siiuam ViUaia 

Stanhope 

Stanton 

Stephensburg 

Stewartsville 

Still Valley 

Stillwater 

Stockholm 

Stockton 

Suekasunny 

Summit 

Swartswood 

Sweedsborough 

Sykesville 

Taiisborough 

Tintou Falls 

Titusville 

Tom's River 

Towns bury 

Townsend's Inlet 

Tranquility 

Trenton 

Taj;kahoe 

Tuckerton 

Tumble 

Turkey 

Turnerville 

Tattle's Corner 

L nion 

Uniontown 

Cnionville 

V'anhiseville 

V ernon 

Verona 

Vienna 

V'incentown 

V^ineland 

Wading River 

Wain ford 

Walnut Grove 

Walnut Vallev 

Wall pack Center 

Warrenville 

Washington 

NV'aterford Works 

iV'.iterloo 

Waterville 

Wawayanda 

1*1 ee'iaivken 

Worts ville 

WdStville 

West Bloomfield 

West Creek 

WestHeld 

^\'est Hoboken 

West Milford 

Weston 

Westville 

Weymouth 

Whipnany 

White Hall 

White House 

Wliite Station 

Williamstown 

Windsor 

Winslow 

Wiretown 

Wood bridge 

^\ oodbury 

Wood mansie 

Wood port 

Woodstown 

Woodville 

Wrightstown 

Wykertown 

Yardville 

Vorktown 



County. 

Sussex 

Middlesex 

Essex 

Wan-en 

Bergen 

Oceau 

Sussex 

Hunterdon 

Morris 

Warren 



Post Office. 



County. I Post OJice. 



Sussex 

Sussex 
Hunterdon 
Morris 
Essex 
Sussex 
Gloucester 
Burlington 
Camdea 
Monmouth 
Mercer 
Oeeay 
Warreu 
Cape Man 
Sussex 
Mercer 
Cape May 
Burlington 
Hunterdon 
Monmouth 
Camden 
Sussex 
Essex 
Middlesex 
Gloucester 
Mercer 
Sussex 
Essex 
Warren 
Burlington 
Cumberland 

Monmouth 

Morris 

Warren 

Sussex 

Somerset 

Warren 

Camden 

Sussex 

Morris 

Sussex 

Hudson 

Va on 

Hunterdon 

Essex 

Ocean 

Union 

Hudson 

Passaic 

Somerset 

Gloucester 

Atlantic 

Morris 

Hunterdon 



Alabama 

Albany 

Albion 

Alden 

Alden Center 

Alder Brook 

Alder Creek 

Alexander 

Alexandria 

A I free 

.flfred Center 

A I lard '3 Corners 

Allegany 

Allen 

Allen Center 

Allen's Hill 

Alma 

Almond 

Alpine 

Alps 

Altav 

Alton 

Altona 

Amagansett 

Amber 

Amboy Center 

Amenia 

Amenia Union 

Ames 

Amesville 

Amity 

Amityville 

Amsterdam 

Aiiandale 

Aucram 

Aneram Lead Mine 

Andes 

Andover 

4ndrusvill8 

Angelica 

Angola 

Antwerp 

Apalachiu 

Apulia 

Arcadia 

Argosville 

Argyle 

Arkport 



County. 



Arkwrieht Summit 

Cliau'-auque 



Hunterdon 

Camden 

Mercer 

Camden 

'cean 

Middlesex 

Gloucester 

Ocean 

Morris 

Salem 

Mercer 

Burlington 

Sus-ex 

Mercer 

Salem 



New York. 



Poxt OJice. 
Academy 
Accord 
A era 
Adams 

Adams' Basin 
Adams' Center 
Adamsville 
Addison 
Addison Hill 
Adrian 
Adriance 
Afton 
Akron 



County. 

Ontario 

Ulster 

Greene 

Jefferson 

Jfonroe 

Jefferson 

Washington 

Steuben 

Steuben 

Steuben 

Dutchess 

Chenango 

Brie 



Armonk 

Arthursburg 

Ashford 

Ashland 

Astoria 

Athens 

Athol 

Atlanticville 

Attica 

Attlebury 

Auburn 

Augusta 

Aurelius 

Auriesville 

Aurora 

Ausable Forks 

Austerlitz 
Ava 

Avoca 

Avon 

Avreshire 

Babcock Hill 

Babylon 

Bacon Hill 

Bainbridge 

Baiting Hollow 

Bald Mountain 

Baldwiusville 

Ballston 

Ballston Center 

liangall 

Bangor 

Barbourville 

Barkersville 

Barnes' Corners 

Baruerville 

Barre Center 

Barringtou 

Barrytowu 

B irryviilo 

Barton 

Batavia 

Batchellerville 

Bath 

Battenville 

B.iy Ridge 

Beach Ridge 

Bemus' Point 

Bearsville 

Bi-aver Brook 

B aver Dams 

Beaver Kill 



Genesee Bedford 
Albany Bedford Station 
Orleans Beech Wood 
Erie Reekman 
Erie Beekmantown 
Franklin B.-lcher 
Oneida B.lfast 
Genesee RAle Isle 
Jefferson Belleville 
Allegany Bell port 
Allegany Bellvalo 
Orange Belmont 
Catt.iraugus Belvidere 

Allegany Bemus Heights 
Allegany ' Bemus Point 
Ontario Bennettshurg 
Allegany ; Bennet's Corners 
Allegany - Bennett's Cr ek 
Schuyler Bennettsville 
Rensselaer | Bennington 
Schuyler; Benson 
Wayne [ Benson Center 
Clinton Benton 
Suffolk . Benton Center 
Onondaga : Bergen 

Oswego iBcrgholtz 
Dutchess I Berkshire 
Dutchess I Berlin 
Montgomery I B.-rne 

Ulster : Bernhard's Bay 
Orange i Bethany 
Suffolk I Bethany Mills 
Montgomery I Bethel 

Dutchess I Bethel Corners 
Columbia! Bethlehem Center 
Columbia i Big Creek 
Delaware ' Big Flats 
Allegany | Big Hollow 
Franklin] Bis Indian 
Allegany Big Stream Point 
Erie Big Tree Corners 
Jefferson Binghampton 

Tioga Birdsall 
Onondaga Bl lek Brook 
Wayne Black Creek 
nhoharie Black River 
Washington Black Roek 
Steuben Blanvoltville 
Bleeker 
Blockville 
Blodget Mills 
BUiomingburg 
Bloomingdale 
Blooming Grove 
Bloomville 
Blossom 
Blossvale 
Blue Point 
Bluff Point 
Bilivar 
Bolton 
Bombav 
Bonny Hill 
Booneville 
Booth 
Borodino 
Boscobel 
Boston 

Boston Corners 
Bouckville 
Boutonville 
Bovina 

Bovina Valley 
Bowen's Corners 
Bovvmansville 
Boyd's Corners 
Boylston 
Bradford 

Brainard ..._»..„. 

Rraman'sCorncrs Schenectady 
Branchporl \it«i 

Brant Erie 

Brantingham Lewis 

Br;ishcr Falls St. Lawrvace 
Brasher Iron Worm 

St. Lawrence 
BreakabecQ Schohari* 

Breesport Chcmong 

Brewerton UnondaKa 

Brewster's .Station Putnam 
Bridgehamptou 
Bridgeport 



Westchester 
Dutchess 
Cattara'igus 
Greene 
Queens 
Greene 
Warren 
Suffolk 
Wyoming 
Dutchess 
Cayuga 
Oneida 
Cayuga 
Jfontgomery 
Cayuga 
Essex 
Columbia 
Oneida 
Steuben 
Livingston 
Chenango 
Oneida 
Suffolk 
Saratoga 
Chenango 
Suffolk 
Washington 
Onondaga 
Saratoga 
Saratoga 
Dutchess 
Franklin 
Delaware 
Saratoga 
Lewis 
Schoharie 
Orleans 
Yates 
Dutchess 
Sullivan 
^ Tioga 
Genesee 
Saratoga j 
Steuben 
Washington I 
Kings! 
Niagara. 
Chaut:iu>|U:< I 
Ulster ( 
Sulli.an j 
Schuyler 
Snlliran I 



Westchester 
Westchester 
Sullivaa 
Dutchess 
Cliatou 
Washington 
AUi^gany 
Onondaga 
JefTersoD 
Suffolk 
Orange 
Allegany 
Allegany 
Saratoga 
Cbautauiiua 
Schuyler 
Madison 
Steuben 
Chenango 
Wyoming 
Hamilton 
Hamilton 
Vates 
Yates 
Genesee 
Kiagara 
Tiogj 
Rensselaer 
Albany 
Oswego 
Genesee 
Genesee 
Sullivan 
Cavug. 
Alhani 
Steubea 
Chemuni; 
Greene 
Ulster 
Yates 
Erie 
Broome 
AUegauy 
Clinton 
Allegany 
Jefferson 
Erie 
Rockland 
Fulton 
Chaiicauque 
Cortland 
Sullivan 
Essex 
Orange 
Delaware 
Erie 
Oneida 
Suffolk 
Yates 
AUigany 
Warren 
Franklin 
Steuben 
Oneida 
Herkimer 
Onondaga 
Westche<ter 
Erie 
Columbia 
Madison 
Westchester 
Delaware 
D'laware 
Oswego 
Erie 
Putnam 
0-wcgo 
Steuben 
Rensselaer 



Bridge ville 

Bridgewater 

Brier Hill 

ilrigham 

Brighton 

Bristol 

Bristol Center 

Broadalbin 

Urockett's Bridge 

Brockport 



Suffolk 

Madison 

Sullivan 

Oneida 

St. Lawrence 

Cbauunqek 

M.-nroe 

(Intiri* 

Ontario 

Fulton 

Fulton 

Monroe 



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Port 00 f. 

Brocton 
HruLrn Strnw 
Hrun&TiHo 
Hr.'Okfti'U 

DtcuklVD 

Brvok'i (tniT* 

Broom Crntcr 

Bmnnrille 

Itrunhlantl 

Hru«li'> Milll 

llruVDtKIck 

Boel 

Bn»Dk Viita 

Ruflalo 

Buflalu IMkint 

Ilull't IKaJ 

liullTilU 

llurdctt 

Itiirkc 

ItiirlinphRin 

Burlinistun 

Ilurlingtuu I'lala 

Burn* 

llurmidfs 

Burnt IlilU 

Burr's .MiM.4 

BurtouiTilli* 

lluahnell's Uoj'm 

Bu!>hn(-Ufivillc 

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Ch*utnuc|ui' 

Kill): 

Livim;»lot 

S.ln'll:iri. 

Jl DlMSOl 

Dclawnr. 

Kriinklh 

I Isti-i 

Montp'inii'ri 

StvUlll'l 

Kri. 

Eri. 

Dutrhis: 

OriiiiK< 

Si'huvl. 1 

Fraiiklii 

SuUivai 

Otsit;. 

Otsi'j.< 

Alli'gaiii 

Oniiip 

Siiriil";:: 

JellfrsMi 

Monlcciiieri 

Jloiiroi 

(i rifUi 

Siilliviii 



Port Office. 

Ccdarville 
(Vntriil I'.ridno 
Ociursl Si|i,iir» 
CiiitiT Aim. I. d 
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Ciiitrr llrllll^»i'k 



County. 

IKrkimcr 
Schouriuli 
Oswego 
Allcgauy 
RuiiSBelaer 
Riussflaer 



Biiskirk'a Bridgo Wnsliiiii'Uu 



Bufti 

Buturflv 

Buttrruiilk Fulli 

BulUrnut!) 

Bvcrsvillc 

Bvr«n 

Catin Uill 

Cadi I 

Cadofia Vallojr 

Cad^iTillo 

Carlo 

C.»l<l«ell 

CaUd'.uia 

Callnnnn'ii Corners 

Callicoon 

CallicoOD Depot 

Caml'ria 

OamLridgo 

Camden 

Cameron 

Ciintron Mills 

CamilluA 

Camphi-lUown 

Campville 

Canaan 

Canaan Center 



0. nter CiniliridgoWaahingtiin 

Center Canistio Steuben 

Centerlield 

('inter I. isle 

Center Moriches 

(Vuteri'iirt 

Center Slu'rmiin 

Centre Valley 

Oi-nter Villago 

Centerville 

Center White Creek 

Va-iliingtoii 



Ontario 
BriiuDii 
Siiftulli 
Sutlolk 
Chautiuitiiie 
Otsego 
llioome 
Allejjttn^ 



Poat Office. 



Ce r«9 

Champion 

(^haniplain 

Chai>iiiville 

ChnpiM'iua 

Charlintoii 

Charleston 4 Corners 

Cliailottc Monroe 

Charlotte Center Cliaiitau.iiie 

Charlottcvillc Sehoharie 

Charlton Saratoga 

Chase's Mills St. Lawrcn 



Allegany 

Jeflerson 

Clinton 

Ontario 

W'cstehester 

Montgoiiury 



Coila 

Colchester 
Cold Brook 
Coldeu 

Cnlden Centre 
CoMenham 
Cold Spring 
Cold Spring Harbor 
Culesv ilk- 
Col lalnirg 
Collnuier 
College Point 
Colliersville 
Collins 

Collins Center 
CoUinsville 
Ci>llin»ooJ 
Colusse 
Colton 
Columbia 



Chautaii<|U 

Osiveg. 

Oranui 

Otseg. 

Livingston 

Genesei 

Delaware 

Cattaraugi. 

Delawar 

Clintoi 

(Jreent 

■Warrei. 

Livingstoi. 

A I bans 

Siilhvai. 

Siillivai 

Niagar. 

Washingtoi. 

Oneid:. 

S leu ben 

Sleiibei. 

Onondngi 

Steubii 

Tiog, 

Columbii. 

Coliiuibi 



Cbaseville 

Chateaugay 

Clialeangay Lake 

Chatham 

CI athini Center 

dial hanFourCorners Columbia 



County. 

Washington 

Delaware 

Herkimer 

Krie 

Krie 

Orange 

Putnam 

SuBolk 

Uroome 

Orange 

Onondaga 

Queens 

Otsego 

Erie 

Lrie 

Lewis 

Onondaga 

Oswegc 

I<awrence 

llerkimer 



Post Office. 

De Bruce 
Decatur 
Deerfield 
Deer Park 
Deer River 
Defricstville 
De Kalb 



County 

Sulli 
Ots 
One 

Sufli 
Le 
Rcnsse 
St. Lawre 



DeKalbJunction St. Lawre 



St 



C.jlumbian Springs Herkimer 
Columbus Chenango 

CVmuiaek Sultolk 

Comstoek's Landing 

Washington 



Canaan FourCorncrs Columbii 



St 



(.'(■adicc 

Canajoharie 

Canaudaigua 

Canarsie 

Canasersga 

Canantota 

Candor 

Caneadea 

Canisteo 

Cannonavillo 

Canoga 

Canton 

Cape Vincent 

Cardifl 

Carlialo 

Carlton 

Carmel 

Caroline 

Caroline Center 

Caroline Depot 

Carrolllon 

Carti'mvillo 

Carthace 

Carthage Landing 

C»«cade Valley 

Caaxadaga 

CaMviUe 

Cutle 

Castile Creek 

Caath'ton 

Catalonk 

Catharine 

Cato 

Caton 

Caukill 

Caltarangua 

Caughdcnoy 

Cayuga 

Cayuta 

Cayntavillo 

Caicnoria 

Cedar Hill 

Cedar Lake 

Cedar Swamp 



Cha-.mi 
Chazy 

Cheektowaga 
Chemung 
Chemung Center 
Chenango Forks 
Oieiry Creek 
Chcrubusco 
Cheshire 
Cheshireville 
Cherry Valley 
Chester 
Chestertown 
Chestnut Ridge 
Chili 
China 

Chittenango 
Chittenango Falls 
Clinnlitown 
Churehville 
Cicero 
Cineinnatus 
Circleville 
Cily 

City Island 
Clarence 
Clarence Center 
Clarendon 
Clarksburg 
Clark's Factory 
Clark's Mills 
Clurkson 
Clarkstown 
Clarksville 
Clary viUe 
Claveraek 
Clay 

Clayburgh 
Clayton 
Clayton Center 
Clay ville 
Clear Creek 
Clermont 
CleVLland 
Cliltoii 
Clifton Park 
Clifton Springs 
Clinton 

Clinton Corners 
Clintundale 
Clinton Hollow 
Ren.-selaer j Clinton Point 
Tiiiga CI intfuiville 

Schuyleri Cloi-kvillo 
Cayuga Clove 
Steub..'n Clovesvillo 
(Jrecnej Clyde 
Cattaraugus. Clvmer 

Oawego'Co'bleskill 
Cayuga I Cobleskill Center 

Chemung Cochecton 

Schuyler Cochecton Center 
Madison | Coeyman's 
Albany | Coeyman's UoUow 

Ilerkiiner ' Cohocton 
Queen I Cohoes 



Ontari 

Montgomery 

Ontario 

Kiiig.- 

Allegan\ 

Madison 

Tiogu 

Allegan! 

Steuben 

Delawan 

Seneca 

Lawrence 

Jeflersun 

Onondaga 

Sehoharii 

Orleans 

Putnam 

Tiimpkiii:. 

Tompkins 

1'ompkins 

Cattaraugus 

Oswego 

.Telierson 

Dm chess 

Brown 

Chautaui|ue 

Oneida 

Wyoming 

Broome 



Conesus 
Cunesus Center 
Conesvillc 
Conewango 
Conkliu Center 
Otsego C'oiiklinville 
Franklin Conquest 
Franklin Constableville 
Columbia Constantia 
Columbia Constantia Center 

Cooksbiirg 
Jeflerson Cook's Corners 
Cflinton Cuonier 

Erie Cooper's Plains 
Chemung Cooperstown 
Chemung Coopersville 
Chenango Copake 
Cliautaui|iu Copake Iron Works 
Clinton Copenhagen 
Ontario Coram 
Chenango Corbettsville 
Otsego Corfu 
Orange Corin.th 
Warren Corning 
Dutchess Cornwall 

Jlonroe Cornwall Landing 
Wyoming Corn wall ville 
Madison Cortland Villuge 
Madison Cottage 
Columijia County Line 

Monroe Coventry 
Onondaga Coventryvillo 
Cortland Covert 

Orange Coveville 

Dutches,- Covington 

Westchester Cowaselon 

Erie Cowlesville 

Erie Co.xsaekie 

Orleans Craigsville 

Krie Cranberry Creek 
Delaware Crantsville 
Oneida Crary's Mills 
Monroe Creek Center 
Rockland Creek Locks 
Albany Orescent 
Sullivan Cresco 
Columbia Crittenden 
Onondaga Croghan 

Clinton Cropsevvillo 
Jefferson Cross ftiver 
Jeflerson Croton 

Oneida Croton Falls 
Chautauiine Croton Landing 
Columbia Crouse's Store 
Oswego Crown Point 
Monroe Crown Point Centre 
Saratoga Crum Creek 
Ontario Crum Elbow 
Oneida Criiso 
Dutchess Cuba 

Ulster Cuddebackville 
Dutchess Cuteliogue 
Dutchess Cuyler 
Clinton 1 Cuylerville 



St 



Jladison 

Dutchess 

Delaware 

Wayne 

Chautauijue 

Sehoharie 

Schoharie 

Sullivan 

Sullivan 

Albany 

Albany 

Steuben 

Albany 



Dal 

Dairyland 

Dan by 

Daniiemora 

Danube 

Dausville 

Darien 

Darien Center 

Davenport 

Davenport Center 

Dayton 

Dean's Corners 

Deausvillo 



Livingston 

Livingston 

Schoharie 

Cattaraugus 

Droomt 

Saratoga 

Cayuga 

Lewi 
Oswego 
Oswego 
Albany 
Franklin 
Niagaia 
Steuben 
Otsego 
Clinton 
Columbia 
Columbia 
Lewis 
Suffolk 
Broome 
Genesee 
Saratoga 
Steuben 
Orange 
Oran.e 
Greene 
Cortland 
Cattaraugus 
Niagara 
Chenango 
Chenango 
Stneea 
Saratoga 
Wyoming 
Madison 
Wyoming 
(Ireeue 
Orange 
I'^ulton 
Montgomery 
St. Lawrence 
Warren 
Ulster 
Saratoga 
Kings 
Erie 
Lewis 
Rensselaer 
AVestchester 
Delaware 
Westchester 
Westchester 
Dutchess 
Essex 
Essex 
Fulton 
Dutebc.-s 
Seiieea 
Alleg;iny 
Or.il, ge 
Suttolk 
Cortland 
Livingston 
AN'yoniing 
Ulster 
Tompkins 
Clinton 
Herkimer 
Livingston 
Genesee 
Genesee 
Delaware 
Delaware 
Cattaraugus 
Saratoga 



De Lancey 

Delhi 

Delphi 

Delta 

Denmark 

Denisou 

Denning 

Depauville 

Depeyster 

Dejiosit 

De Kuyter 

De Witt 

De Wittville 

Dexter 

Diana 

Diekorsonvillo 

Diekerson 

Dickerson Center 

Dix Hills 

Dobb's Ferry 

Doraville 

Dormansville 

Doty 's Corner 

Dover 

Dowusville 

Dresserville 

Drydeu 

Du ane 

Duanesburg 

Dug way 

Dundee 

Dunkirk 

Dunnsville 

Durham 

Durhamville 

Dwaar's Kill 

Dykeman's 

Eagle 

Eagle Bridge 
Eagle Harbor 
Ragle Mills 
Eagle Village 
Earlville 
East Amherst 
East Ashford 
p;ast Aurora 
East Avon 
East Beekmantown 
East berkshire 
East Berne 
East Bethany 
East Bloomtield 
East Boston 
East Branch 
East Candor 
East Carlton 
East Chatham 
East Chester 
East Clarkson 
East Concord 
East Cobleskill 
East Constable 
East Creek 
East De Kalb 
East Dickinson 
East Durham 
East Eden 
East Elba 
East Elma 
East Evans 
East Fishkill 
East Florence 
East Gaines 
East Gainesville 
East Galway 
East Genoa 
East German 
East Glenville 
East Grafton 
East Granger 
East Greenbush 
East Greene 
East Greenwich 
East Groveland 
East Guilford 
East Hamburg 
Ens* Hamilton 
East Hampton 
East Haverstraw 
East Hill 
East Homer 
East Houndsfield 
East Java 



Madi 

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Le 

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Onolit 
Cliautau 
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W>oi' 
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POST OFFICES NEW YORK. 



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Post Ofice. 

East Kendall 

East Lansing 

East Leou 

East Line 

East McDonough 

East Maine 

East Marion 

East Moriches 

East Xassau 

East Newark Valley 

East New York 

East Norwich 

Easton 

East Orangeville 

East Otto 

East Palermo 

East Palmyra 

East Pomlroke 

East Pennticlil 

Kast Pharsalia 

East Pike 

East Pitcairn 



Ease Poestenkill 
East Porter 
East Randolph 
^ast Ripley 
Bast Rodman 
East Roxbury 
iSast Rushford 
iast Salem 
3ast Saudy Creek 
3ast Schodaek 
Jast Schuyler 
3ast Scott 
Sast Setauket 
iast Shelby 
•jast Springfield 
■iast Springwater 
iast Troupsburg 
iast Yarick 
jast Yenice 
;ast Yirgil 
iast Wilson 
.'ast \Vindham 
last \Voodhull 
Jast Worcester 
!aton 

latonsville 
Jbenezer 
iddystown 
iden 
denton 
den Yalley 
|denTille 
'dinburg 
'dmeston 
idwards 
dwardsville 
ddyville 
^gertsville 

!?ypt 

[Iba 

ilbri e 
gin 

lizabethtown 
lizaville 
lenburg 
lenburg Center 
lenburg Depot 
lenville 
lery Center 
licott 

licottsTille 
lingtou 
lisburg 
ma 

m Creek 
mira 
m Yalley 
ton 



County. 

Orleans 

Tompkins 

Cattaraugus 

Saratoga 

Chenango 

Broome 

Suffolk 

Suffolk 

Rensselaer 

Tioga 

sKiujjs 

Queens 

Washington 

Wyoming 

Cattaraugus 

Oswego 

Wayne 

Genesee 

Monroe 

Chenango 

Wyoming 

St Lawrence 



Post Office. 

Fair Haven 

Fair Mount 

Fairport 

Fair View 

Fairville 

Fallsburg 

Farmer 

Farmer's Mills 

Farmersville 

Farmingdale 

Farmingtou 

Faruham 

Fayette 

Favettcville 

Felt's Mills 

Fenner 

Fentonville 

Feura Bush 

Fillmore 



County. 

Cayuga 

Onondaga 

Monroe 

Cattaraugus 

Wayni 

Sullivai 

Seneca 

Putnam 

Cattaraugus 

Queens 

Ontario 

Erie 

Seneca 

Onondaga 

Jefferson 

Madison 

Chautauijue 

jMbany 

Allegany 



ainence 
amonsbiirg 
field 

field Center 
gellville 
hratah 
.eville 
in 

win Centre 
ipus 
erance 
:ex 
la 
;lid 
ms 

ins' Mills 
insviile 
!ter 
■ ius 

torrvills 
r Dale 
rfield 



Rensselaer 

Niagara 

Cattaraugus 

Chautauqua 

Jefferson 

Delaware 

Allegan) 

Washington 

Oswego 

Rensselaer 

Herkimer 

Cortland 

Suffolk 

Orleans 

Otsego 

Livingston 

Steuben 

Seneca 

Cavusra 

Cortland 

Niagara 

Greene 

Steuben 

Otsego 

Madison 

Herkimer 

Erie 

Yates 

Erie 

St. Lawrence 

Erie 

Orange 

Saratoga 

Otsego 

St. Lawrence 

St. Lawrence 

Cattaraugus 

Erie 

Sfonroe 

Genesee 

Onondaga 

Cattaraugus 

Essex 

• Columbia 

Clinton 

Clinton 

Clinton 

Ulster 

Chautauque 

Erie 

Cattaraugus 

Chautauque 

Jefferson 

Erie 

Cattaraugus 

Chemung 

Allegany 

Cattaraugus 

Schoharie 

Herkimer 

Tompkins 

Tompkins 

Schoharie 

Fulton 

Madison 

Chemung 

Steuben 

Ulst&r 

Schoharie 

Essex 

Tompkins 

Onondasa 

Erie 

Jefferson 

Ulster 

Otsego 

Onondaga 

Tioga 

Oswego 

Herkimer 



Fishkill on the Hudson 

Dutchess 
Fergusonville 
Fmdley's Lake 
Fine 



Fire Island 

Fireplace 

Fisher's 

Fishkill 

Fishkill Plains 

Five Corners 

FlackviUe 

Flanders 

Flatbrook 

Flatl.ush 

Flat Creek 

Flat Lands 

Fleming 
Flemingsvills 

Flint Creek 
Flora Falls 

Florence 

Florida 

Floyd 

Flushing 

Fluvanna 

Fly Creek 

Fly Mountain 

FoLsomdale 

Fonda 

Fordham 

Forest 

Forestburg 

Forest City 

Forest Port 

Forestville 

Fort Ann 

Fort Covington 

FortCovingtonCenterFr.inklin 

Fort Edward Washington 

Fort Hamilton Kingi 

Fort Hunter Montgomery 

Firt Miller Washington 

Fort Montgomery range 

Fort Plain 



Delaware 

Cliautauque 

St. L wr nc 

Suflulk 

Suft'olk 

Ontario 

Dutchess 

Dutchess 

Cayuga 

St. Lawrence 

Sutl'dk 

Colum bia 

Kind's 

Montgomery' 

King's 

Cavuga 

Tioga 

Ontario 

Rockland 

()ueida 

Orange 

Oneida 

Queens 

Chautauque 

Otsego 

Ulster 

Wyoming 

Montgomery 

Westchester 

Clinton 

Sullivan 

Tompkins' 

Oneida 

Chautauque 

Washington 

Franklin 



Post Office. 

Gallupville 

Gal way 

Gansevoort 

Gardenvillo 

Gardnersville 

Garoga 

Garrattsville 

Garrison's 

Gasport 

Gates 

Gayhead 

Geddes 

Geneseo 

Geneva 

Genoa 

Georgetown 

German 

Germantown 

Gerrv 

GetzVille 

Ghent 

Gibson 

Gibsonville 

Gilbert's Mills 

Gilboa 

Gilman 

Glasco 

Glen Aubrey 

Glen Castle 

Glenco Mills 

Glen Cove 

(rlenham 

Glen Haven 

Glenmore 

Glenn 

Glenn's Falls 

Glensdale 

Glenville 

Glenwild 

Glenwood 

Gloversville 

Goff'3 Mills 



County. Post Office. 

Schoharie • Halcottsville 
Saratoga Hale's Eddy 
Saratoga Half Moon 

Halloik'sMills 
Schoharie Hall's Corners 
Fulton ' Hallsport 
Otsego Hallsville 
Putnam Halsey Valley 
Niagara Hamburg 
Monroe Hamden 
Greene Hamilton 
Onondaga Hamlet 
Livingston Hamlin 
Ontario Hammond 
Cayuga Hammondsport 
Madison I Hampton 
Chenani;o Hancock 



Columbia 

Chautauque 

Erie 

Columbia 

Steuben 

Livingston 

Oswego 

Schoharie 

Hamilton 

Ulster 

Broome 

Broome 

Columlda 

Queens 

Diitehess 

Cortland 

Oneida 

Montgomery' 

Warren 

Lewis 

Schenectady 

Sullivan 

Erie 

Fulton 

Steuben 



Golden's Bridge Westchester 
Good Ground Suffolk 



Fulton 

Fultonham 

Fultonville 

Gaines 

Gainesville 

Gales 

Galesville 

Galesville Mills 

Gallatiuville 



Montgomery 

Westchester 

Saratoga 

Sullivan 

Cayuga 

St. Lawrence 

Livingston 

Herkimer 

Herkimer 

Delaware 

Franklin 

Schoharie 

Cattaraugus 

Chautauque 

Dutchess 

Queens 

Cortland 

Tompkins 

Sullivan 

Sullivan 

Chautauque 

Warren 

Suffolk 

Chautauque 

Montgomery 

Cattaraugus 

Allegany 

Clinton 

ille Ironworks 

St. Lawrence 

Oswego 

Schoharie 

Montgomery 

Orleans 

Wyoming 

Sullivan 

Washington 



Fort Schuyler 

Fortsville 

Fosterdale 

Fosterville 

Fowler 

Fowlerville 

Frankfort 

Frankfort Hill 

Franklin 

Franklin Falls 

Franklinton 

Franklinville 

Fredonia 

Freedom Plain 

Freeport 

Freetown Corners 

Freeville 

Fremont 

Fremont Center 

French Creek 

French Mountain 

Fresh Pond 

Frewsburg 

Frey's Bush 

Friend's Ferry 

Friendship 

Frontier 

Fuller; 



Gorham Ontario 

Goshen Oran'.'e 

Gouvernaur St. Lawrence 

(lowanda Cattaraugus 

Graefenburgh Herkimer 

Grafton Rensselaer 

Grahamsville Sullivan 

Granby Center Oswego 

Grandlsland Erie 

Granger Allegany 

Grangerville Saratoga 

Grant Herkimer 

Grant's Mills Delaware 

Granville Washington 

Grass River St. Lawrence 

Gravesend Kings 

Gravesville Herkimer 

Gray Herkimer 

Great Bend Jefferson 

Great Yalley Cattaraugus 

Greece 3Ionroe 

Greenborougb Oswego 

Greeubush Rensselaer 

(rreene Chenango 

Greenfield Ulster 

Greenfield Center Saratoga 

Green Haven Dutchess 

Green Island Albany 

Green Point Kings 

Greenport Surtcdk 

Green River Columbia 

Greenville Greene 

Greenwich Washington 

Greenwood Steuben 

Greenwood Works Orange 

Greig Lewis 

(rrei^sville Livingston 

Grilfin's Corners Delaware 

Griffin's Mills Erie 

Griswold's Mills Washington 

Groom's Corner Saratoga 

Groton Tompkins 

(Jroton City Tompkins 

Groveland Livingston 

(Jrovernor's Corners Schoharie 

^uililerlanc" Station Alhany| 

G uilderland 

Guilderland Center 

(full ford 

Guilford Center 

Gulf Summit 

Gvjisum 

Had ley 

Haerlem 



Hauford's Landing 

Hannibal 

Hai nibal Center 

Harilensburgh 

llarlord 

Har ord Mills 

Harlemville 

Harmony 

Harperstield 

Harpersville 

Harrisburg 

Harris' Hill 

Harrison 

Harrisonville 

Hart's Corners 

Hartfield 

Hartford 

Hartland 

Hurt Lot 

Hart's Village 

Hartwiek 

Hartw ick Seminary 

Harvard 

Haslirouck 

llaskall FliiU 

flaskinville 

Hastings 

Hastings Center 

Hastings-upon-nudson 

Westchester 



County, 

Delaware 

Delaware 

■Saratoza 

Westell. -!.-r 

Oji:.ir!u 

Allv.-any 

Montgomery 

T osa 

Erie 

Delaware 

Madisun 

Chautauque 

Monroe 

St. Lawrence 

Steilbt-n 

Washington 

Delrtware 

Slonroe 

Oswvgo 

Os We^O 

ris .r 

CortKind 

Corilaud 

Columb:a 

Chautauque 

Delaware 

Broome 

Lewis 

Erie 

Westchester 

Lewis 

rt'estchesier 

Chautauque 

Washington 

Ni.igara 

Onomla.a 

Dutehv^s 

Otsi-.o 

UtsOgo 

Delaware 

Sullivaa 

Cattaraugus 

.Steuben 

Oswego 

Oswego 



Hauppaugue 

Havanna 

H:iv,-rstraw 

llavilland Hollo' 

HawkinsviUe 

Hawleyton 

HayuesviUo 

Hebron 

Heel a Works 

Heetor 

Hedgesville 

Helena 

11 mIockLake 

H'.-mpstead 

Henderson 

Henrietta 

Heusonville 

Herkimer 

Hermitage 

Hernuui 



SuHolk 

Sehuvl.r 

Rockland 

W Pot am 

<hielda 

Bn»ome 

RenS'X'laer 

Washington 

Oneida 

Schuyler 

Steuben 

St. Lawrence 

Living^'.xn 

Qi' ens 

Jellersou 

3loDroe 

Greene 

Herkimer 

Wyciming 

St. Lawrence 



Hcrrington'sCorners Cbemunj; 



Albany 

Albany 

Chenango 

Chenango 

Broome 

Ontario 

Saratoga 

..-„..^... New York , . 

Haiaman's Jlills Montgomery Hooper's Valley 
Ha'iue Warren H^iosiek 

Uisterl Hailesborouih St. Lawrence Hoosick FalU 
Columbia! Halcott Centre Green-! Hope Center 



Hess Road 

Heuvelton St. 

Hihernia 

Hickory Corners 

Hicksv'ille 

Highland 

Highland Nurseries 

il Ji'ginsvillo 

High Falls 

Highland Mills 

Hiilsbr>ri.ugh 

Hillsdale 

Hill Side 

liiiidsbiirg 

HiiimansvtUe 

H in. -dale 

Hoa.''s Corner 

Hobart 

■ (oilman's Kerry Sohen.ctady 

Hoiausburg Franklin. 

Holbro.ik 

Holland 

Holland Patent 

Holley 

Holtsvilla 

Homer 

Honiowaek 

Honeoye 

Hone"Ve Falls 

Ilooi 



Niagara 

Lawrence 

Dutchess 

Niagara 

Oueens 

Ulster 

Schuyler 

Oneida 

Ulster 

Orange 

Oneida 

Columbia 

Oneida 

Orleaui. 

Ojw,':o 

l: 

1' 



Suflo'k 

Kr.r 

Oueldi. 

Orleani 

Sullulk 

Cortland 

Ul4«rr 

Ontario - 

Monroe 

Broume 

Tio^a 

Ren«>i laer 

K' uii-Urr 

Hamilton I 



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POST OFFICES NEW YORK. 



Post Office. 

Hope Falls 
HopfML-ll Center 



il.jlikintoii 

Ho r icon 

Hornby 

Horuellsville 

Hovschcads 

Hou(:lilon Creek 

HiHisc'ville 

How a I'll 

HowuU's Depot 

HowUlt Hill 

HiibljardsviUo 

HndsDU 

Hii^lisoiivillo 

Hii.irueniit 

Hill bur toil 

Hull's Mills 

Hume 

Humphrey 

Humplireyvillo 

Huuter 

Hunter"sLaud 

Huntington 

Hunt's Corners 

Hunt's Hollow 
Hurlbutville 

Hurley 
Huron 

Hyiie Park 

Hyndsville 

II ion 

Independence 

Indian Fields 

Indian Lake 

Indian River 

Ingraliam 

Ira 

Irelaud Corners 

Iroudeiiuoit 

Irving 

Irvinj;ton 

Ischua 

Islip 

Italy Hill 

Italy Hollow 

Ithaca 

Jackson 

Jaeks.m Corners 

Jacksonville 

Jack's Reef 

Jamaica 

Jamesliurg 

Jamesport 

Jamestown 

Jamesville 

Jasper 

Java 

Java Center 

Java Village 

Jay 

Jeddo 

Jetlerson 

Jetiersonville 



County. 

Hamilton 

Onturio 

Ontario 

St. Lawrence 

Warren 

Steuben 

Steuben 

Chemung 

Allegany 

Lewis 

Steuben 

Orange 

Onondaga 

Jf adison 

Columbia 

Dutchess 

Orange 

Orleans 

Dutchess 

Allegany 

Cattaraugus 

Columbia 

Greene 

Schoharie 

Suftolk 

Cortland 

Livingston 

Oneida 

Ulster 

Wayne 

Dutchess 

Schoharie 

Herkimer 

AUeganj' 

Albany 

Hamilton 

Lewis 

Clinton 

Cayuga 

Albany 

Monroe 

Chautautnie 

Westchester 

Cattaraugus 

Suffolk 

Yates 

Yates 

Tompkins 

Washington 

Dutehe^a 

Tompkins 

Onondaga 

Queens 

Ulster 

Suffolk 

Chautauque 

Onontlaga 

Steuben 

Wyoming 

Wyomin. 

Wyomin;; 

Kssex 

Orleans 

Sehoharii- 

Sullivau 



Post Office. 



County. 



Jefferson Valley Westchestei 

Tiog:i 

Queens 

Queens 

Queens 

Greene 

Green 

Warren 

Wyoming 

Niagara 

Rensselaer 

Fulton 

Dutchess 

Saratoga 

Onondaga 

Herkimer 

Wayne 

Rensselaer 

Seneca 

Steuben 

Oswego 

Westchester 

Broome 

Fulton 

Alljany 

lOssex 

EifUX 



Jenksville 

Jericho 

Jerusalem South 

Jerusalem Station 

Jewett 

Jewctt Center 

Johusburg 

Jolmsonsburg 

Johnson's Creek 

Johnsonville 

Jolinst''Wn 

Jolinsville 

Jouesville 

Jordan 

Jordauville 

Joy 

Junction 

Junius 

Kanona 

X asoag 

Katonah 

JKattleville 
Keek's Center 

Keefer's Corners 

Keene 

Ke^ne Flats 



Keeney's Settlement Cortland 



Keeseville 
Kelloggsville 
Kendall 
KendiUl Mills 
Kendia 
Kennedy 
Keuaico 
Kent 
enyoavilla 



Essex 

Cayuga 

Orleans 

Orleans 

Seneca 

Cliautauipie 

Westchester 

Putnam 

Orleans 



Kerhonkson Ulster 
Ketcham's Corners Saratoga 

Ketehumsville Tioga 

Kiantono Chautauque 

Kidder's Ferry Seneca 

Killbuck Cattaraugus 

Killawag Hroome 

Kinderhook Columbia 

Kingsboro' Fulton 

King's Bridge New York 

Kingsbury Washington 

King's Ferry Cayuga 

Kma's Park New \ork 
King's Settlement Chcnanio 

Kingston Ulster 
Kinney 'sFourCornera Oswego 

Kirkland Oneida 

Kirkville Onondaga 

Kirk wood Broome 

Kirkwood Centre Broome 

Knowersville Albany 

Knowlesville Orleans 

Knox Albany 

Knoxborough Oneida 

Kortright Delaware 

Kreischerville Richmond 

Kuckville Orleans 

Kyserike Ulster 

Kysorville Livingston 

Lackawack Ulster 

Lafargeville Jefferson 

Lafayette Onondaga 

Lafayetteville Dutchess 

La Grange Wyoming 

La Grangeville Dutchess 

Lairdsville Oneida 

Lake Washington 

Lake Hill Ulster 

Lakeland Suffolk 

Lakeport Wadison 

Lake Ridge Tompkins 

Lake Road Niagara 

Lakeville Livingston 

Lamb's Corners Broome 

Lamsons Onondaga 

Lancaster Erie 

Langlbrd Frie 

Lansingburgh Rensselaer 

Lansingville Tompkins 

Laona Chautauque 

Lapeer Cortland 

La Salle Niagara 

Lassellsville Fulton 

Laii ranee Schuyler 

Laurens Otsego 

Lawrenceville St. Lawrence 

Lawton Orange 

Lawyersville Schoharie 

Lebanon Madison 

Ledyard Cayuga 

Lee Oneida 

Lee Center Oneida 

Leeds Greene 

Leedsville Dutchess 

Leesville Schoharie 

Lenox Madison 

Leon Cattaraugus 

Leonardsville Madison 

Le Raysville Jefferson 

LeRoy Genesee 

Levanna Cavu^'a 

Lewis Lssex 

Lewisborough Westchester 

Lewiston Niagara 

Lexington Greene 

Leyden Lewis 

Liberty Sullivan 

Liberty Falls Sullivan 

Libertyvillo Ulster 

Lima Livingston 

Limerick Jefferson 

Limestone Cattaraugus 

Liiid'-n Genesee 

Liudleytown Steuben 

Linklean Clieuango 

Linlithgo Columbia 

Linn Onondaga 

Lisbon St. Lawrence 

Lisbon Center St. Lawr .nee 

Lisha's Rill Albau\ 

Lisle Broome 

Litchfield Herkimer 

Lithgow Dutchess 

Little Britain Orange 

Little Falls Herkimer 

Little Genesee Allegany 

Little Neck Queens 

Little Rest Dutchess 

Little Uticsi Onondaia 

Little Valley Cattaraugus 

Little York Cortland 

Liverpool Onondaga 



Pott Office. 

Livingston 

Livingstonville 

Livonia 

Livonia Station 

Lock Berlin 

Loch Sheldrake 

Locke 

Lock port 

Locust Glen 

Locust Valley 

Lodi 

Lodi Center 

Liogan 

Long Eddy 

Long Island City 

Long Lake 

Long Neck 

Looneyville 

Loon Lake 

Ijordville 

Lorraine 

Lotville 

Louisville 



St 



County 

Columbia 

Scholiarie 

Livingston 

Livingston 

Wayne 

Sullivan 

Cayuga 

Niagara 

Dutchess 

Queens 

Seneca 

Seneca 

Schuyler 

Sullivan 

Queens 

Hamilton 

Richmond 

Erie 

Steuben 

Delaware 

Jefferson 

Fulton 

Lawrence 



Louisville Landing 

St. Lawrence 
Lowell 

Low Hampton 
Lowman 
Lowville 
Loyd 

Ludingtonville 
Ludlowville 



St. 



Lumberland 

Lumberville 

Lutheranville 

Luzerne 

Lyndonville 

Lyons 

Lyonsdale 

Lyon's Falls 

Lysander 

Mabbettsville 

..lacedon 

Macedon Center 

Mae hi as 

Macomb 

McOlellan 

McConnelisville 

McDonough 

Me(Jrawville 

McKownsville 

McLean 

Madalin 

Madison 

Madrid 

Magus Corners 

Mahopac 

Maine 

Maiden 

Maiden Bridge 

Mallory 

Maple Hill 

Malone 

Malta 

Maltaville 

Mamakating 

Mamaroneck 

JI an Chester 

Manchester Center 

Mandana 

Manbasset 

Manhatanville 

Manheim 

Manlius 

Manlins Center 

Manlius Station 

IMannsville 

Manorkill 

Manorville 

MansHeld 

Maple Grove 

Marathon 

Marbletown 

Marcellus 

Marcellus Falls 

Slarey 

Marengo 

JIargarettville 

Mariaville 

Marietta 

Jlarilla 

-Mariners' Harbor 

.Marion 

Marlsborough 

JIarshall 

Marshfield 

JIarshland 

MarsliviUo 

Marti'udale Depot 

Mai tinshurg 

Martinsville 

Martville 



Oneida 

Washington 

Chemung 

Lewis 

Ulster 

Putnam 

Tompkins 

Sullivan 

Delaware 

Schoharie 

Warren 

Orleans 

Wayne 

Lewis 

Lewis 

Onondaga 

Dutchess 

Waj'ne 

Wayne 

Cattaraugus 

St. Lawrence 

Franklin 

Oneida 

Chenango 

Cortlandt 

Albany 

Tompkins 

Dutchess 

Madison 

Lawrence 

Seneca 

Putnam 

Broome 

Ulster 

Columbia 

Oiweg 

Osweg 

Franklin 

Saratoga 

Sarato^ 

Sullivan 

Westchester 

Ontario 

Ontario 

Onondaga 

Queens 

New York 

Herkimer 

Onondaga 

Onondaga 

Onondaga 

Jefferson 

Schoharie 

Suffolk 

Dutchess 

Otsego 

Cortlandt 

Ulster 

Onondaga 

Onondaga 

Oneida 

Wayn. 

Delawan 

Schenec ^ad^ 

Onondaga 

Erie 

Richmond 

Wa\ lie 

Ulster 

Oneida 

Erie 

Richmond 

Montgomery 

Columbia 

Lewis 

Niagara 

Cayuga 



County. 

Chautauque 

Otsego 

Delaware 

Queens 

St. Lawrence 

St. Lawrence 

Dutchess 

Suffolk 

Fulton 

Chautauque 

Steuben 

Saratoga 

Sehuler 

Orleans 

Albany 

Greene 

Columbia 

Onondaga 

Monroe 

Monroe 

Steuben 

Delaware 

Cayuga 

Queens 

Franklin 

Cortland 

Oswego 

Schoharie 

Otsego 

Otsego 

Middle Granville Washington 



Post Office. 

Marvin 

Maryland 

Masonville 

Maspeth 

Massena 

Massena Center 

Matteawau 

Mattituck 

Mayfleld 

Mayville 

Mead's Creek 

Mechanicsvills 

Mecklenburg 

Medina 

Medusa 

Medway 

Mellenville 

Memphis 

Mendon 

Jlendon Center 

Merchantville 

Meredith 

Meridian 

Merrick 

Merrillville 

Messengerville 

Mexico 

Middleburg 

Middlefield 

Middletield Center 



Middle Grove 

Middle Hope 

Middle Island 

Middleport 

Middlesex 

Middlesprite 

Middletown 

Middleville 

Milan 

Milford 

Mill Brook 

Milieu's Bay 

Millerton 

Miller's Plac 



Saratoga 

Orange 

Suffolk 

Niagara 

Yates 

Fulion 

range 

Herkimer 

Dutchess 

Otsego 

Warreu 

Jefferson 

Dutchess 

Suffolk 



Millburn (changed to Corbetts- 

" ~ ■ Broome 

Erie 

Chemung 

Fulton 

Allegany 

Orleans 

Y ates 

Y'ates 

Ulster 

Chautauque 

Montgomery 

Montgomery 

Montgomery 

Queens 

Essex 

Oswego 

Orange 

Ulster 

Columbia 

Herkimer 

Lewis 

Franklin 

Oswego 

Sullivan 

Sullivan 

Orange 

Orange 

Rockland 

Lewis 

Cayuga 

range 

Sullivan 

Orange 

Clinton 

Clinton 

Cayuga 

Saratiiga 

Hamiltor 

Schuyler 

Delaware 

Genesee 

Essex 

Suflolk 

St. Lawrencf 

Otsegc 

Westchestei 

Cliutor 

St. LawrenCE 

Madisor 

Sullivai 

Eric 

Livingstor 

Sarat. 

Westchestei 

Tompkini 

Onondagf 



ville Oct. 5th) 
iVIill Grove 
Mill Port 
Mills' Corners 
Mills' Mills 
Millville 
Milo 

Milo Center 
Milton 
Mina 
Minaville 
Minden 
Mindenville 
Mincola 
Minerva 
Minetto 
Minisink 
Modena 
Moffett's Store 
IMohawk 
Mohawk Hill 
Mori a 
Molino 
Mongaup 
Mongaup Valley 
Monroe 

Monroe Works 
Mousey 
Montague 
Montezuma 
Montgomery 
Jfonticello 
Moodna 
Moores 

Moores' Forks 
Moravia 
Aloreau Station 
Morehouseville 
Morel and 
Moresville 
Morganville 
Moriah 
Moriches 
Morley 
Morris 
Morris.ania 
Morrisonville 
Morristown 
Morrisville 
Moreston 
Morton Corners 
Moscow 
Mosherville 
Mott Haven 
Mott's Corners 
Mottville 



POST OFFICES NEW YORK. 



41 



Post Office. 



County. 



Iflount Hojie Orange 

tfoi.nt Kisko 'Westchester 

Ifoiinc LebanoB Columbia 

tfo.iiit Morris Livingston 

Mo! at Pleasant Saratoga 

Moi lit Reed Stonroe 

tfoiMit Sinai Suffolk 

Hot lit Upton Chenango 

tfoi. !it \'ernon Westchester 

doiiiit Vision Otsego 
tfoi. lit Washington Steuben 

tfuui;'ord Monroe 

Kuniville Madison 

Unrray Orleans 

"fanuett Rockland 

!Ta|'!inock Ulster 

Naples Ontario 

Nap"li Cattaraugus 

K"'arro\vsburg Sullivan 

asliville Chautauque 

Nassau Rensselaer 

Satiral Bridge Jefferson 

Naumburg Lewis 

Navarino Onondaga 

Neliou Madison 

>fepi!ran 'Westchester 

Nevcrsink Sullivan 

New Albion Cattaraugus 

Newark Wayne 

New. irk Valley Tioga 

Nev Baltimore Greene 

New Berlin Chenango 
New Berlin Center Chenango 

New Bremen Lewis 

New Brighton Richmond 

Newl.urg Orange 

New Ciistle 'Westchester 

New Centerville Oswego 

New i-timb Essex 

New Drop Richmond 

NewTaue Niagara 

Newri-.-ld Tompkins 
New Hackensack Dutchess 

New Hamburg Dutchess 

New Hampton Orange 

Xew Hartford Oneida 

New Haven Oswego 

New Hope Cayuga 

New Hudson Allegany 

New Hurley Ulster 

Ne-.i Kingston Delaware 

New Lebanon Columbia 
New LebanonCenter Columbia 
New Lebanon Spr'gs Columbia 

New Lisbon Otsego 

New London Oneida 

New Mil ford Orange 

New ('»hio Broome 

New Oregon Erie 

New Paltz Ulster 
New P iltz Landing Ulster 

Newpiirt Herkimer 

New Road Delaware 

New Rochelle Westchester 

New Russia Essex 

New Salem Albany 

New Scotland Albany 

iNew Springvillo Richmond 

Newtonville Albany 

JJ'e\\town Queen's 

New Utrecht Kings 

New Village Suffolk 

Newrille Herkimer 

New Woodstock Madison 

New York New York 

New York Mills Oneida 

Niagara Falls Niagara 

Nichols Tioga 
Nicholville St. Lawrence 

Nile Allegany 

Niles Cayuga 

Nin-vah Broome 

NiskLiyuna Scbenectaily 

Nivi-rviile Columbia 
Nor ''jlk St. Lawrence 

Nornum's Kill Albany 

North Adams Jefferson 

North Almond Allegany 

Northampton Fulton 

Nor:h Argyle Washington 

North Bangor Franklin 

North Barton Tioga 

North Bay Oneida 

North Bergen Genesee 

North Blenheim Schohariu 
North Bloomfield Ontario 

North Boston Erie 

North Branch Sullivan 
North Bridgewater Oneida 

Nortli Broadalbin Fulton 

North Brookfield Madison 

North Buffalo Erie 



PoH OjAce. 



County. 



North Cambridge Washington 
North Cameron Steuben 

North Castle Westchester 

North Chatham Columbia 

North Chemung Chemung 

North Chili Monroe 

North Clarkson Monroe 

Nortli Cohocton ' Steuben 

North Colesville Broome 

North Copako Columbia 

North Creek Warren 

North East Center Dutchess 
North Easton Washington 

North Elba Essex 

North Evans Erie 

North Franklin Delaware 

North Gage Oneida 

North Galway Saratoga 

North Granville Washington 
North Greece Monroe 

North (Jreentield Saratoga 

North Greenwich Washington 
North Guilford Chenango 

North Hamden Delaware 

North Hammon St. Lawrence 
North Harpersfield Delaware 
North Hartland Niagara 

North Haverstraw Rockland 
North Hebron Washington 
North Hector Tompkins 

North Hempstead Queens 

North Hoosick Rensselaer 

North Hudson Essex 

North Huron Wayne 

North Jasper Steuben 

North Java Wyoming 

North Kortright Delaware 
North Lansing Tompkins 

North Lawrence St. Lawrence 
North Liuklaen Chenango 

North Litchfield Herkimer 
North Manlius Onondaga 

North Nassau Rensselaer 

North Norwich Chenango 

North Parma Monroe 

North Pembroke Genesee 

North Petersburgh R-nsselaer 
North Pharsalia Chenango 
North Pitcher Chenango 

Northport Suffolk 

North Potsdam St. Lawrence 
North Reading Steuben 

North Ridge Niagara 

North Ridgeway Orleans 

North River AVarren 

North Rose Wayne 

Nortli Rush Monroe 

North Russell St. Lawrence 
North Salem Westchester 

North Sanford Broome 

Niirth Scriba Oswego 

North Sheldon Wyoming 

North Shore Richmond 

North Sparta Livingston 

North Stephentown Rensselaer 
North Sterling Cavuga 

North Stockholm St. Lawrence 
Northumberland Saratoga 

North Urbana Steuben 

North Victory Cayu.-a 

Northville Fulton 

North Volney Oswego 

North Western Oueida 

XorthWhiteCreek Washington 
North Wilna Jefferson 

North Winfield Herkimer 

Norton HiU Greene 

Norton's Mills Ontario 

Norwav Herkimer 

Norwich Chenango 

Nunda Livingston 

Nuuda Station Livingston 

Nvack Rockland 

VVack Turnpike Rockland 
0.\ktield Genese. 

Oak Hill , . Greene 

Oakland LuMngston 

OaK Orchard Orleans 

Oak Poini St. Lawrence 

Oak's Corners Ontario 

OaksviUe „ Otsego 

Oblong p.itchoss 

Odessa Schuyler 

Ogden „ ., >'""■■"" 

Og. ensburgh St. Lawrence 
Ohio Herkimer 

OhioviUe .,1 '^'l'"" 

Olive Bridge -pA'I 

Olmstedville Essex 



Post Office. 

Omar 

Oneida 

Oneida Castle 

Oneida Lake 

Oneida Valley 

Oneonta 
; Ouondaga 
I Onondaga Castle 

Onondaga Valley 

OnoviUe 

Ontario 

Ontario Centre 
j Oppenheim 
iOramel 
I Orau 
j Orange 
j Orangeburgh 

Orangeport 

Orangeville 

Oregon 
'.Orient 

CJriskany 
^Oriskany Falls 

Orleans 



County. 

Jefferson 

Madison 

Oneida 

Madison 

Madison 

Otsego 

Onondaga 

Onondaga 

Onondaga 

Cattaraugus 

Wayne 

V.'ayne 

Fulton 

Allegany 

Onou'laga 

.Steuben 

Ro.-kland 

Niagara 

Wyoming 

ChautaU'iue 

Suffolk 

Oneida 

Oneida 

Ontario 



Put ogict. 



Commty. 



Orleans Four Corners Jefferson 

Orwell Oswego 

Osborn's Bridge Fulton 

Osborne Hollow Broome 

Osceola Lewis 

Ossian Livingston 

Oswego Oswego 

Oswego Falls OsweK 

Oswe^'O Village D itclies> 

Otego (Jlsego 

Otisco Onondaga 

Otisville Orangf 

Otsdaiva Otsego 

Otselic Chenango 

Otterville Orange 

Otto Cattaraugus 

Qua {iiaga Broome 

Ovid Seneca 

Owasco Cayuga 

Owasio Lake Cayuga 

Owasco Valley Ca'> ug» 

Ow.go Tioga 

Oxbow J.--lVerson 

Oxford Cli. naugo 

Oxford Depot OruniTL- 

Oyster Bay Queens 

Page's Corners Herkimer 

Paine's Hollow H-rkimer 

Painted Post St-uUn 

Palatine Montu-oinery 

Palatine Bridge Monti.-oni r 

PalenviUe (.ren 

Palermo O^we. 

Palisades Rockland 

Palmyra Wayne 
P.ameliaFourCorners Jeffcr.'on 

Panama Chautau'jue 

Paris Oueidi 

Parish Oiwi-. 
Parishville St. Lawrenv 
Parishville Centre 

St. Lawrence 



Perth tAe-n 

Peru C" I. tea 

Peruville "^ 

Pelerl.*jro* 

Pet«r«biir5 1 

Pharsalia 

Phelps 

Philadelphia 

Philip4tM>rt 

Phillip's Cr«ek 

Philmout I .. ,^.„., 

Photnicia I l>t«r 

Phanix 0'w»yfl 

Piermont T' i 

Pieri«jnt 8t 

Pierre i"jnt Manor 

Piffard I 

Pike 

Pike Pond .- - 

PikeTille Ailr aay 

Pillar Point J'W r-n 

Pine's Bridge W r 

Pine Bush 

Pino Creek r 

Pine Gr>Ta M<>t.*a 

Pine Hill I'Utor 

Pioe Plainj I>«i7lMai 

Pine Valley Cbrmaag 

Pine Wooda S(«^i»»« 

PinckufV • 

Pitcairu S: 

Pitcher 

Pitcher .Spring! (.':.•■.-<» 

Pittsflell !>•..««• 

Pittiford *i ■ — 

Pittstowa I 

Plainrille 
Plank Road 
Plato ( 

I'litteki'l 
'Plattaburg C- i.W« 

I Pleasant Brook Ot»«t» 

|Plca»ant Plainj DolflwM 

I Pleasant Kilo DiichiM 

Pleasant Valley I».iltS«« 

. PK-.i-iantiiHc W. •■.• h»»»« 

Plesn J^'nmt 

"Ivmoutti '' ii»o 

, "VeslinkiU '■ 

Point P nioiula 
Poland 

I Poland Center < 
'Pomp'-v 



I'onliae 


Kri* 


PooUlIU 


Ma >Ma 


Po. ■ »■■"- 


Sar>i«ca 


P, 


C>><iO 


P ■ 


Ww.rn M 



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W 



Parksville 

Parma 

Parma Center 

Partridge Island 

Patchin 

Patchogue 

Patten's Mills 

Patterson 

Pavilion 

Pavilion Center 

Pawling 

Peaceville 

Pearl Creek 

Peasli ville 

Peconia 

Peekskill 

Pekin 

P.Uiain 

Pembroke 

Penataiuit 

Pendleton 

Pendleton Center 

Penfield 

Pentield Cente 

Pennellvillo 

Penn Van 

Peoria 

Pepaeton 

Perch River 

Pcrkinsville 

Pcrrv 

Perr.- Center 

Perry City 

p.Trv-burg 

Perrv'* Mill* 

PcrryTlUe 



Sullivan 

Monroe 

Monroe 

D-'l.iware 

Kri** 

S iffolk 

Wash ngtoii 

Puluai 

fielle- 

(; 

D 

Catiui 

W \ •mil. 
dim 
S .11 . . 
West 
N 
Wcs 



W 
D 

J 

W 



Purler ■ Corner* s»- — <* 

Port Kwen I '"*» 

Port Gib. on Oniarl* 

Port Ola..-. « W..a« 

Port H«-nrv ► ••♦» 

Port J».liion V 
PortJeltervia 
P .r: J rtii 

I I. .el 

C!iaat*a )•• 

ill* «>t,»i« 

I- ■ I , 'en '•'■»• 

!■ ' ■ ,ri.> 0.».»» 

„, -.1 r • » .a4 

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POST OFFICES — NEW YORK. 



Post Office. 

Piiltncy 
Pultnejville 
PiilviT's Corners 
Purely Creek 
Purdv's Station 
Purvis 
Putnam 

8nai-eul;ill 
>i;iker Hill 
Juaker Springs 
Jiuiker Street 
Juarr.vville 
I'-ens 

iieensbury 
luiigue 
Karliet Kiver 
Kuuiapo Works 
Ran. lull 
Rauilol ph 
Raii'iulph Center 
Raiisomville 
Kapids 

RatlibduevillG 
Ra veils wood 
Raw^on 

Rawson IIollow 
Raymertown 
Raymondville 
Reading 
R.'ading Center 
R.-.l Brick 
Red Creek 
Red Falls 
RL-dfield 
Red ford 
Red Hook 
Red Mills 
R-d Kock 
Redwood 

ed's Corners 

iJsville 

msen 

u<3elaerFalI 

asselaerville 

serve 

xford Flats 

AVille 

vnale's Basin 
R vuuldsville 
Rli iuebeck 
Rhine Cli£f 
Ri "hburg 
Richfield 
R'chfield Springs 
Riehford 
Ri chland Station 
Richmond 
Ri 'hmond Mills 
Richmondville 
Ri ■iville 
Ri 'er's Mills 
Ri I 
Rid rebury 
Rid,- Road 
Ri : Mvav 
Rifton Glen 
Ri ■ 

Ri], jr's Hollow 
RiMley 
Ri- u^ville 
Ri rd:ile 
Riv r Head 

crt's Corners 

rtsonville 
!i Hter 
: I IV ay 
kCity 



St. 



R- 

R 

R 

R 

R 

R 

R: 

R 

R 



Ro' 
Roi 
Ro 
Ro. 
Ro 



■i City Falls 

■< lale 

iiUiud 

ii Mid Lake 

■■. Rift 

Stream 

•ille 
.; ille Center 
. ivood 
'nan 



Ro 

Ro 
Ro 

Ro. 

Rot 

Ro 

Ro 

Ro. 

Ro. 

Ro 

Roi . 

Rom ilus 

Rom ihis Center 

Ron lout 

Rout 

Ro:;. 

"Roi tioom 

Ro?. Hill 

Ros ndale 

Roslyn 

Ros <'i e 

Ro.'-ville 

Route's Point 

Roxl.iiry 

itoy.iltuu 



CouiUij. Post Office. County. 

Steuben Rulandville Schoharie 

Wayne Rural Hill Jetterson 

Dutebess liush Monroe 

Steuben liushford Allegany 

Westchester Rushville Yates 

Sullivan Russell St. Lawrence 

Wasliington Russia Herkimer 

Keujselaer Rutland Jefl'erson 

Dutchess Rye Westchester 

Saratoga liynex's Corners Schenectady 

Schenectady Sackett's Harbor Jell'erson 

Ulster Sageville Hamilton 

Queens Sag Harbor Suffolk 

AV arreu Saint Andrews Orange 

Sutfoik Saint Helena Wyoming 

St. Lawrence Saint James Suffolk 

Rockland St. Johusville Montgomery 

M ntgomery St. .Johnsliurg Niagara 

Cattaraugus St. Lawrence Jefl'erson 

Broome Salamanca Cattaraugus 

Niagara Salem Washington 

iirie Salem Center Westchester 

Steuben Saliua Onondaga 

Queens .Salisbury Herkimer 

Cattaraugus Salisbury Center Herkimer 

Tomjikins Salisbury Mills Or^inge 

Rensselaer Salmon River Oswego 

Lawrence ^alt Point Dutchess 

Steuben Salt Spriugville Otsego 

Steuben Sammonsville Fulton 

Sullivan Samsouville Ulster 

Wayne Sand Bank Oswego 

(Jreeue .Sanborn Iviagara 

Oswego Sandliurgh Sullivan 

Clinton Sand Lake Rensselaer 

Dutchess Sandusky Cattaraugus 

Putnam Sandy Creek 0.swego 

Columbia Sandy Hill Washington 

Jefferson Sauf'ord Broome 

Ontario Sanford's Corners Jefferson 

Albany Sangertield Oneida 

Oneida Saranac Clinton 

St. Lawrence Saranac Lake Franklin 

Albany Saratoga Springs Saratoga 

Erie Sardinia Erie 

Saratoga Saiigerties Ulster 

Steuben Sau.iuoit Oneida 

Niagara Savannah Wayne 

Schuyler Saville Orange 

Dutchess Savona Steuben 

Dutchess Searliorough Westchester 

Allegany Sayville Suffolk 

Otsego Scarsdale Westchester 

Otsego Scliaghticoke Rensselaer 

Tioga Schenectady Schenectady 

Oswego Schenevus Otsego 

Rielimond Schodaek Center Rensselaer 

Ontario .Schodaek Depot Renss;laer 

Schoharie Schodaek Landing Rensselaer 

St. Lawrence Schoharie Schoharie 

Columbia Schroon Lake Essex 

Livingston Schroon River Essex 

Orange Schultzsville Dutchess 

Niagara Schuyler's Falls Clinton 

Orleans Schuyler's L.ake Otsego 

Ulster Sxliuylersville Saratoga 

Monroe .Seio AU'-gany 

Steuben Seiota Clinton 

Chautauque Seipio Cayuga 

Steuben Scipioville Cayuga 

Westchester .Scouondoa Oneida 

Suffolk Scotch Bush Montpoui'ry 

Jefferson Seotchtown Orange 

SuUivau Scot'a Schenectady 

Monroe Scott Cortland 

Queens Scottshurg Livingston 

Dutchess Seottsville Monroe 

Saratoga Scriba Oswego 

Chenango .Searsburg Tompkins 

Sullivan S.'arsville Oran^'e 

Rockland .Seely Creek Chemuu'-' 

Delaware .Selden .Suffolk 

Yates Sempronius C.iyuga 

Allegany Seneca Schuyler 

Queens Seneca Castle Ontario 

Fulton Simeca Falls .Seneca 

Jefferson Seneca River Cayuga 

Oneida Sennet Cayuga 

Seneca .Setauket Suffolk 

Seneca Seward Schoharie 

Ulster Seymour Allegany 

Montgomery Shandaken Ulster 

Wayne Sharon Schoharie 

Otsego .Sharon Center Schoharie 

Seneca Sharon Springs Schoharie 

Ulster Sharon Station Dutchess 

Queens .Shavertown Delwarea 

St. Lawrence Shawangung Ulster 

Richmond Shawnee Niagara 

Clinton Shed's Corners Madison 

Delaware Sheenwater Erie 

Niagara' Shelby Orloiia 



Post Office. 



County. 



Shelby Basin Orleans 

Sheldon Wyoming 

Sheldrake Seneca 

Shelter Island Suffolk 

Sherburne Chenango 

Sneridan Cliautauque 

Sherman Chautauriue 

Sherman Hollow Yates 

Sherwood's Cayuga 

Shin Creek Sullivan 

Shingle Creek St. Lawrence 

Shirley Erie 

Shokaa Ulster 

Shongo Allegany 

Shortsville Ontario 

Short Tract Allegany 

Shrub Oak Westchester 

Shushan Washington 
.Shutter's Corners Schoharie 

Sidney Delaware 

Sidney Center Delaware 

Sidney Plains Delaware 

Siloam Madison 

Silver Creek Chautamiue 

Silver Lake Clinton 

Sing Sing Westchester 

Skaneateles Onondaga 

Slate Hill Orange 

Slaterville Washington 

Sloausville Schoharie 

Sloatsburg Rockland 

Smith's Basin Washington 

Smithsboro' Tioga 

Smith's Mills Chautauniio 

Smithtown Suffolk 
Smithtown Branch Suffolk 

Smith's Valley Scliuyler 

Smithville Jefferson 
Sniithville Flats Chenango 

Smoky Hollow Columbia 

Smyrna Chenango 

Sodus M'ayne 

Sodus Center Wayne 

Sodus Point Wayne 

Solon Cortland 

Solsville Madison 

Somers Westchester 

Somerset Niagara 
Somerville St. Lawrence 

Sonora Steuben 

South Addison Steuben 

South Alabama Genesee 

.South Albion Oswego 

South America Dutchess 

Southampton Suffolk 

South Argyle Washington 

South Avon Livingston 

South Balston Saratoga 

South Barre Orleans 

South Berlin Rensselaer 

South Berne Albany 

South Bolivar Allegany 

South Bombay Franklin 

South Bradford Steuben 

South Bristol Ontario 

South Brookfield Madison 

South Butler Wayne 

South Byron Genesee 

South Cairo Greene 
South Champion Jefferson 

South Columbia Herkimer 

South Corinth Saratoga 

.South Cortland Cortland 
South Cotton St. Lawrence 

South Danby Tompkins 

South Dansville Steuben 

Sou-h Dayton Catr.araugus 

.South Dover Dutchess 

.South Durham Greene 

.South Easton Washington 

South Kdmeston Otsego 
.South Edwards St. Lawrence 

South (Jalway Saratoga 
South Gardnersville Orange 

South Gilboa Schoharie 
South Glenn's Falls Saratoga 

South Grauby Oswego 

South Granville Washington 

South Hamilton Madison 

Soutli Hannibal Oswego 

South Hartford W.asliington 

South Hartwiok Ostego 

South Haven Suffolk 

South Hill Steuben 

South Howard Steuben 

South Kortright Delaware 

South Lansing Tompkins 

South Lima Livingston 

South Livonia Livingston 
South New Berlin Chenango 

Soutliold Suffolk 

South Onondaga Onondaga 



Post Office. 



County. 



South Otselic Chenango 

South Owego Tioga 

South Oxford Chenango 

South Plattsburg Clinton 

South Plymouth Chenango 
Southport Ch.'mung 

South Pultney Steuben 

South Richland Oswego 

South Rutland Jeff'erson 

South Salem W'estehester 

South Sand Lake Rensselaer 
South Schodaek Rensselaer 
South Side Richmond 

South Sodus Wayn« 

SouthSteplientown Rensselaer 
South Stockton Chautamiue 
South Thurston Steuben 

South Trenton Oneida 

South Troupsburg Steuben 
South Valley Otsego 

Southville St 

.South Wales 
Soutli Westerlo 
.Southwest Oswego 
South Wilson 
South Worcester 
Spafford 
Spafford Hollow 
Sparrow Bush 



.Sparta 

.Speedville 

Spchcer 

Spencerport 

.Spencertown 

Speouk 

.Spooner's Corners 



, Lawrence 

Erie 

Albany 

Oswego 

Niagara 

Otsego 

Onondaga 

Onondaga 

Orang« 

Livingston. 

Tomjikins 

Tioga 

Monroe 

Columbia 

Suffolk 

Otsego 



Spraker's Basin Montgomery 



Spring Brook 
.Springfield 
Springfield Centre 
Spring Mills 
Springs 
Spring Valley 
Springville 
.Springwater 
.Sprout Brook 
Sprout Creek 



Eria 

Otsego 

Otsego 

Alleg.any 

Suffolk 

Rockland 

Erie 

Livingston 

Montgomery 

Dutchess 



Spuvten Duyvil W^estehester 

Staatsburg Dutchess 

Stafford 

Stamford 

Stanard's Corners 

Stamfordville 

Stanley Corners 

Stanwix 



Stapleton 

Starkey 

Starkville 

State Bridge 

State Road 

Steamburg 

Stedman 

Stephens' Mills 

Stephentown 

Sterling 

Sterling Bush 

Sterling Valley 

Sterlingville 

.Steuben 

Stevcnsville 

Stillvillo 

Stillwater 

Stillwater Center 

.Stoekbridge 

Stockholm St. Lawrence 

StockholmDepot St.La'.vrenc* 

Stockport Columbia 

Stockport Station Delaware 



Genesee 

Delaware 

Allegany 

Dutchess 

Ontario 

Oneida 

Richmond 

Yates 

Herkimer 

Oneida 

Chemung 

Cattaraugus 

Ghautau'iue 

Steuben 

Renssel.ier 

Cayuga 

Lewis 

Cayuga 

Jefferson. 

Oneida 

Sullivaa 

On.:ida 

Saratoga 

Saratoga 

Madison 



Stockton 
.Stokes 

Stone Arabia 
Stone Church 
Stone Mills 
Stone Ridge 
.Stony Brook 
Stormville 
Stowell's Corners 
Strait's Corners 
Stratford 
Stratton's Falls 
Str.vkersville 
Stuy vesant 
Stuyvesant Falls 
Success 
Sufferns 
Suffolk 
Sugar Hill 
Sugar Loaf 
Siigartown 
SuUivauville 
Summer Hill 
.Summit 



Chautauque 

Oneida 

Montgomery 

(renesee 

JeH'erson 

Ulster 

SuffolA 

Dutches* 

Jefferson 

Tioga 

Fulton 

Del.iware 

Wyoming 

Columfiia 

Columliia 

Sutfoik 

Roekl.md 

Sutfoik 

Steuben 

Orange 

Cattaraugus 

Chemung 

Cayuga 

Schohaire 



POST OFFICES— NORTH CAROLINA. 



43 



Post Office. 

Summit Station 

Susjjension Briclj 

Swains 

Swale 

Sweden 

Syosset 

Syracuse 

Taberg 

Taghkanick 

Tallman 

Tannersvilla 

Tappantown 

Tarrytown 

Taylor 

Taylorsville 

Terry's Corners 

Texas 

Texas Valley 

The Clove 

The Corner 

The Glen 

Theresa 

Trie Square 

Thompson's Station 

Thompsonville 

Thorn Hill 

Three Jfile Ba}' 

Three River Point 

Throopsville 

Tliurnian 

Thurston 

Ticonderoga 

Tioga Center 

Tivoli 

Toddsville 

Tomhannock 

Tompkins' Cove 

Tompkinsville 

Tonawanda 

Totti^nsville 

Towlcsville 

Towuers 

Town Line 

Townsend 

Townseadville 

Tr»cy Creek 

Transit Bridge 

Tremont 

Trenton 

Trenton Falls 

Triangle 

Tribes Hill 

Truupsbury 

Trout Creek 

Trout River 

Trumansburg 

Trumansburg Landing Seneca 

Trumbull Corners Tompkins 

Truxton Cortland 
Tuckahoe Westchester 

Tally Onondaga 

'I' il!y \ alley Onondaga 

Turin Lewis 

Ti.riier's Orauge 

Tuinwood Ulster 

Tjscarora Livingston 

Tuse.irora Centre Steuben 

TuthiU Ulster 

Tj re Seneca 

Tyrone Steuben 

TJlsterville Ulstei 

Unadilla Otsego 

Unadilla Center Otsego 

■Pnadilla Forks Otse^io 

Underwood Broome 

Union Broomi' 

Union Center Broome 

Union Church Albany 

Union Corners Livini'stou 

Union Falls Cliutou 

Uuion Grove Delaware 

Union Mills Fulton 

Union Settlement Oswego 

Union Society Greene 

Union Springs Cayuga 

Union Square Oswego 

Union Valley Cortland 

Unionville Orange 

Upper Aquebogue Suflolk 

Upper Jay Essex 

Upper Lisle Broome 

Upper Red Hook Dutchess 

Utica Oneida 

Vail's Gate Orange 

Vail 's Mills Fulton 

Valatie Columbia 

Valcour Clinton 
Valhalla Westchester 

Valley Falls Rensselaer 

Vallonia Springs Broome 

Yan Bureu Onondaga' 



County. 

Onoudagii 

s Niagara 

Allegany 

Steuben 

Jlonrot 

Queens 

Onondaga 

Oneida 

Columbia 

Rockland 

Greene 

Rockland 

Westchester 

Cortland 

Ontario 

Chemung 

Oswego 

Cortland 

Ulster 

Ulster 

Warren 

Jefferson 

Cayuga 

Suflolk 

Sullivan 

Onondaga 

Jefferson 

Onondaga 

Cayuga 

Warren 

Steuben 

Essex 

Tioga 

Dutchess 

Otsego 

Rensselaer 

Rockland 

Richmond 

Eric- 

Riehnionil 

Steuben 

Putnam 

Erie 

Chemung 

Seneca 

Broomt 

Allegany 

Westcliester 

Oneida 

Oneida 

Broomi 

Montgomery 

Steuben 

Delawari 

Fraukliu 

Renssela 

Tompkins 



Post Office. 

Van Burcn Center 

Van Etlen 

V^an Ettenville 

Van Hornesville 

Variek 

Varu 



County . 



Varysburg 
Venice 



Venice Center 

Verbank 

Vermillion 

Vermont 

Vernon 

Vernon Center 

Verona 

Verplanck 

Versailles 

Vesper 

Vestal 

Vestal Center 

Veteran 

Victor 

Victory 

Victory Mills 

Vienna 

Villauova 

Virgil 

Vischer's Ferry 

Vista 

Voak 

Volney 

Volusia 

Wuddington 

U'adham's Mills 

Wading River 

Waldeu 

Wales 

Wales Center 

Walesville 

Walker's Valley 

Wallace 

Walmore 

Walton 

Walworth 

Wampsville 

Wappinger's Falls 

Ward 

Wardborough 

Warnerville 

Warren 

Warrensburg 

Warren's Corners 

Warsaw 

Warwick 

Washington 

Washington Hollow Dutchess 

Washington Mills Oneida 

Wassaic Dutchess 

Waterburv Tompkins 

Waterford Saratoga 

Waterloo C. H. Seneca 

Waterloo Mills Orangv 

Waterport Orleans 

Watertown Jetterson 

Watervale Onondaga 

Water Valley Erie 

Waterville Oneida 

Watervliet Center Albany 

Watkius Chemung 

Watson Lewis 

Watt's Flats Chautauqua 

Waverly Tioga 

VVawarsing I Ister 

Wayland Depot Steuben 

Wayne Steuboi. 

Wayne Centre Wavne 

Wayne Four Corners Steuben 

Weiivertown Warren 



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Chemung 
Chemung 
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Seneca 
Tompkins 
Wyoming 
Cayuga 
Cayugs 
Dutchesa 
Oswego 
Chantauque 
Oneida 
Oneida 
Oneida 
Westchester 
Cattaraugus 
Onondaga 
Broome 
Broome 
Cliemuni: 
Ontaria 
Cay ago 
Saratoga 
Oneida 
Chantauque 
Cortland 
Saratoga 
Westchester 
Yates 
Oswego 
Chautauque 
St. Lawrence 
Essex 
SuBulk 
Orange 
Erie 
Erie 
Oneida 
Ulster 
Steuben 
Niagara 
Delaware 
Wayne 
Madison 
Dutchess 
Allegany 
Warren 
Schoharie 
Herkimer 
Warren 
Niagara 
Wyoming 
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Webb's Mills 
Webster 
Weedsport 
Wegatchie 
Wells 
Wellsburg 
Wells' Corner 
Wellsville 
Weltouville 
West Addison 
West Albany 
West Almond 
West Araboy 
West Bainbridgo 
West Bangor 
West Barre 
West Batavia 
West Bergen 
West Berne 
West Bloomfield 
West Branch 
West Brighton 
West Brook 
West Brookville 



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Monroe 

Cayuga 

Lawrence 

Hamilton 

Chemung 

Orange 



West Burlington 

Westburg 

West Butler 

\\'est Camden 

West Cameron 

\N"est Camp 

West Candor 

West Carlton 

West Charlton 

West Chaiv 

Westchester 

West Clarksville 

West Colesville 

West Conesville 

West Constable 

West Danby 

West Davenport 

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West Dresden 

West Dryden 

West Eaton 

West Edmeston 

Westerlo 

WesternviUe 

West Exeter 

West Falls 

West Farmington 

Wi St Farms 

West Fayette 

Westtield 

M^esttord 

West Fort Ann 

West Fulton 

AVest (ral way 

WestGilboa 

West Granville Corners 

Washington 
West Greece 
West Greenfield 
West Greenwood 
West Groton 
West Hamburg 
\N'est Hampton 
West Hebron 
West Henrietta 
West Hoosick 
West Hurley 
West Jasper 
West Junius 
West K. ndall 
West Kill 
West Kortriglit 
West Laurens 
West Leyden 
West LowviUe 
West Maeedon 
West Martinsburg 
West Meredith 



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Steuben White I'laini 
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Otsego WilUeynlle 
Eric Wilminxtoa 
Wilna 
Wilson's 
WiUun'i Creek 

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Wni'lham Ceutcr 
Windsor 
Winlield 
Fulton I Wing'. Statioo 
Schoharie Wimpear 
Wiscojr 
Wolcolt 
Wolcuttsrillo 
Wolf Hill 
WuoJlH>ura« 
Woodbury 
Woodbull 
Wooiilaud 



Ontario 

Westchester 

Seneca 

CbnutiiuquL' 

Otsego 

Wasliiiiglou 
Schoharie 



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Saratoga 

Steuben 

Tompkins 

Krie 

Suffolk 



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West Milton 
West Monroe 
Wcstmorcliind 
West Newark 
Weston 
West Oueonto 
West Perth 
West Plattsburg 
West Point 
West port 
West Potsdam 



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Ulster 
Stenbeu 
Seneci' 
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Greene 
Delaware 
Otsego 
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Delaware 
Saratoga 
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West Seneca I' ■■'■ 

West Seneca Center I 

West Shaudaken U'. 

West Shelby OrL .:. 

West Si.mefs We»tili -' i 

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West Stephentown Ken.i> 
West Stockholm Sl.Laoi 
West Taghanick 
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Allegany West Troupsburg 
■I'loga West Troy 
Steuben West Union 
Albany West Valley 

Allegany West Vienna 
Oswego West View 

Chenango Westvillc 

Franklin West Walworth 
Orleans West Webster 
Genesee West Wind.«>r 
Genesee West Winlield 
AInany Wcstwood 
Ontario West Yorkshire 
Oneida Wethersfield 
Monroe Wethers Springs 

Delaware Whallonsburg 
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Fo.it Office. 



Count!/. 



Bachelor's Creak Randolph 

Bain's Mills Orancje 

B.iliur'sX Roads Franklin 

Bakersville Yancey 
HaM Creek 

Ballard's Bridge Chowan 
Banaerman Xew Hanover 

BarelaysviUe Harnett 

Bartonsvillo Hertford 

Bath Bean fort 

BattlehorovJi^h Edgecombe 

Battle Hill Duplin 

Bay River Craven 

Beach's Mills Cnlnmbns 

Bear Branch Riclimond 

Be u" {'leek Yancey 

Bear Swamp Duplin 

Bear Wallow Henderson 

B.'attie's Ford Lincoln 

Beatty's Bridge Bladen 

Beaufort Carteret 

Beaumont Ciiatham 

Beaver Creek Aslio 

Beaver Dam Union 

Belleview Beaufort 

Bellevoir Ciiatham 

Belt's Bridge Iredell 

Belt's Store Wake 
Belvidere Perquimans 
Beman's ^ Roads Sampson 

Bentonsville Johnson 

Berea Granville 

Bethania Forsyth 

Bethany Church Iredell 

Bethel l4ill Person 

Beulah Johnson 

Big Falls Orange 

Big Laurel Madison 

Big Lick Stanly 

Big Swamp Columbus 

Birchcttsville Cleveland 

Black Creek Wilson 

Blackman's Mills Sampson 

Black Mountain McDowell 
Black River Chapel 

Xcw Hanove 
Black Rock 



Pout Office. 



County. 



Black well 

Blakeley 

Blocker's 

Bloomingdale 

Bloomington 

Bluant's Creek 

Blowing Rook 

Blue RidL-'e 

Blue Wing 

Bogue 

Boilstiin 

Bone Camp 

Bowman's Blulf 

Boone 

Boone Hill 

Booneville 

Bostick's Mills 

Bost's Mills 

B'lyd's Ferry 

Boyden 

Branch 

Branch's Store 

Brassheld 

Brick Church 

Bridgewater 

Brier Creek 

Brindleton 

Bringle's Perry 

Brinkleyville 

Brittain 

Broad River 

Brooklin 

Brookvillo 

Brower's Mills 

Brownsville 

Brush Creek 

Bryant's Swamp 

Buchanan 

Buckhora 

Bacldaud 

B ick Shoals 

Buoy's Creek 

Biieua Vista 

Buffalo 

Biifalu Ford 

B I ;gaho 

Big Hill 

Bunker's Hill 

Buun's Level 

BurusviUe 

Buruey's JlilU 

Bushy Fork 

Butler 

Byrdsville 

CViu's Braach 



Caintuck New Hanover 

Calalialn Davie 

Calaubria Cowan 

Caldwell Orange 

Caledonia Moore 

Callioun Henderson 

Calton Moore 

C.imden Camden 

Camp Call Cleveland 

Camp Creek "' 

Cane Creek Ciiatham 

Caraway Randolph 

CarbontoH Chatham 

Caroline City Carteret 

Carolina Seminary Ureene 

Gary Wake 

Carthage Moore 

Casher's Valley Macon 

Castalia Nash 

Castania Grove Gaston 

Catawba Spring Lincoln 

Catawba Station Iredell 

Catawba View CaUlwel! 

Catharine Lake Onslow 

Cathey's Creek Henderson 

Cedar Bush Davidson 

Cedar Creek Rutherford 

Cedar Falls Randolph 

Cedar Fork Wake 

Cedar Grove Orange 

Cedar Hill Anson 

Cedar Mountain Henderson 

Center Guilford 

Center Grove Person 

Centerville Moore 

Cerro Gordo Columbus 

Chalk Level Cumberland 

Charlotte Mecklenburg 

Chapel Hill Orange 

Cherry Lane Ashe 

Cherryfield Henderson 

ChesnutHill Ash< 

Chesnnt Oak Gaston 

Chcsnut Ridge Yadkin 

Childsvillo Yancey 

Chimney Rock Rutherford 

Brunswick China Grove Rowan 

Caswell Chinkapin Duplin 

Stokes Chronicle Lincoln 

Cumberland Clarksberry Rockingham 

Mecklenburg Clark's Creek Montgomery 

Guilford Clarksville Davie 

Beaufort Clayton Johnson 

Watauga Claytonville Henderson 

Henderson Clay Valley Robeson 

Granville Clear Creek Mecklenburg 

Columbus Clemmonsville Davidson 

Henderson Clinton Sampson 

Madison Clover Garden Orange 

Henderson Clover Orchard 

Watauga Coburn's Store 

Johnson Coddle Creek 

Yadkin Cornjock 

Richmond Colerain 

Cabarrus Colcsville 

Pit Colletsville 

Iredell Columbia 

Chatham Columbus 

Duplin Colvin's Creek 

Wake Oumforfj 

Guilford Company's Shops 

Burke Concord 

Wilkes Cool Spring 

Burke Cooper's Gap 

Rowan Copenhagen 

Halifax Cottage Home 

Rutherford Cotton Grove 

Cleveland County Line 

Robeson Covington 
Granville Cowan's Ford 
Randolph Cowee 
Granville Cowell's Bridge 
Randolph Cowper Hill 
Bladen Cnx's Mills 
Granville Ooxville 
Robeson Crab Tree 
Gates Creaghead 
Caldwell Craigsvillo 
Harnett Grain's Creek 
Duplin Cranberry Forge 
Moore Creachville 
Randolph Cross Roads 

Wilkes Cross Ruck 
Columbus Crooked Creek 
Catawba Crowder's Creek 
Harnett Crowder's Mountain 
Yancey Cuba Rutherford 

Randolpu Cunningham's Store Person 
Person Curriesville Moore 

Rutherford Currituck C. H. Currituck 
Brunswick Curtis' Mills Alamance 

McDowell Cypress Creek Bladen 



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County. 



Dallas Gaston 

Danbury Stokes 

Dan River Rockingham 

Davidson College Mecklenbura 



Davidson River 
Day Book 
Djal's Mills 
Deep Creek 
Deep River 
Deep Water 
Democrat 
Deserett 
Dey's Mills 
Dick's Creek 
Dobbinsville 
Dobson 
Dockerys' Store 



Henderson 

Yancey 

Caldwell 

Anson 

Guilford 

Iredell 

Buncombe 

Bladen 

Currituck 

Buncombe 

Sampson 

Surry 

Richmond 



Dogwood Grove New Hanover 



Union 

Cabarras 

Currituck 

Bertie 

Stokes 

Caldwell 

Tyrrell 

Polk 

New Hanover 

Jones 

Alamance 

Cabarras 

Iredell 

Rutherford 

Caldwell 

Lincoln 

Davidson 

Davie 

Richmond 

Mecklenburg 

Macon 

Robeson 

Randolph 

Pitt 

Haywood 

Mecklenburg 

Gaston 

Moore 

Watauga 

Johnson 



Madison 
Stokes 
Gaston 
Gaston 



Double Shoals 

Dowuingville 

Drau'xhon's Store 

Drowning Creek 

Dry Ponds 

Dudley 

Dunning Creek 

Duncan's Creek 

Dundarrack 

Dunn's Rock 

Durham's 

Durham's Creek 

Dutchville 

Dysortville 

Eagle Falls 

Eagle Mills 

Eagle Rook 

Early Grove 

Earpshorough 

East Bend 

East Laporte 

Eden 

Edenton 

Edinboro' 

Edncj'ville 

Efird's Mills 

Egypt 

Elevation 

Elizabeth City 

Elizabcthtowa 

Elk Creek 

Elk y, Roads 

Elkin 

Elk Shoals 

Elk Sjiur 

Slk> lUe 

151m Grove 

EUisville 

Enfield 

England's Point 

Enola 

Erasmus 

Erwinsvllle 

Everettsville 

Exchange 

Fair Bluff 

Fairfield 

Fair Grove 

Fairplay 

Fairport 

Fairview 

Faison's Depot 

Falkland 

Fall Creek 

Falling Creek 

Falls 

Falls town 

Fancy Hill 

Farmington 

Fayetteville 

Feutriss 

Fine's Creek 

First Broad 

Fish Dam 

Fisher's 

Fisher's Gap 

Five-Mile Fork 

Flag Branch 

Fiat Branches 

Flat Creek 

Flat liiver 

Flat Rock 

Flat Shoal 

Flint Roek 

Floriesville 

Forbush 

Forest Home 

Forostville 

Fort Creek 

Fork Mountain 

Forks of Pigeon 

Forks of Tennessee 

Fork Swamp 

Fort Defiance 



Cleveland 

Bladen 

Sampson 

Burke 

Lincoln 

Wayne 

Richmond 

Cleveland 

Robeson 

Henderson 

range 

Beaufort 

Granville 

McDowell 

Rockingham 

Iredell 

Wake 

Lincoln 

Johnson 

Yadkin 

Jackson 

Randolph 

Chowan 

Montgomery 

Henderson 

Stanley 

Yancey 

Johnson 

Pasquotank 

Bladen 

Ashe 

Surry 

Alexander 
Wilkes 

Rockingham 

Bladen 

Halifax 

Cherok 

Iredell 

Gaston 

Cleveland 

Wayne 

Warren 

Colu'n 

Hyde 

Davidson 

Robeson 

Granville 

Buncombe 

Duplin 

Pitt 

Chatham 

Wayne 

Yancey 

Iredell 

Davie 

Cumberland 

Guilford 

Haywood 

Rutherford 

Wak 

Catawba 

Surry 

Yadkin 

Union 

Forsyth 

Buncombe 

Orange 

Henderson 

Surry 

Catawba 

Robeson 

Yadkin 

Buncombe 

Wake 

Randolph 

Yancey 

Haywood 

Macon 

Beaufort 

Caldwell 



Post Office, County. 

Fort Ilemhree Cherokee 

Fort Landing Terrell 

Fort Montgomery Cherokee 

Foust's Mills Randolph 

Francisco Stokea 

Franklin Maeon 

Franklinburg Anson 

Franklinton Franklin 

Franklinville Randolph 

French Broad Buncombe 
French Creek Church Bladen 



c'riendship 
Full wood Store 
Fulton 

Gaddeysville 

Gap Civil 

Gap Creek 

Garmon's Mills 

Gardner's Ford 

Garysburg 

Gaston 

Gatesville 

Georgetown 

Germanton 

Gibson's Store 

Gibsonville 

Gilmer's Store 

Gilopolis 

Glade Creek 

Gladsburg 

Glenaloon 

(Jlobe 

Golden Place 

Golden Valley 

G<dd Branch 

Gold Hill 

Gold Region 

Goldsboro' 

Goldston 

Good Spring 

Goose Creek Island 

Gordouton 

Governor's Island 

Graham 

Granite Hill 

Grape Creek 

Grassy Creek 

Gra-isy Knob 

Gravelly Hill 

Graves 

Gray's Creek 

Green Hill 

Green Level 

Green Plains 

Green River 

Greensborough 

Green Swamp 

Greenville 

Grogansville 

Grove 

Grove Hill 

Gulf 

Gum Branch 

Gnm Neck 

Hadley's Mills 

Had not' 3 

Halifax 

Hallsville 

Hamby's Creek 

Hamilton 

riamptonville 

Hannersville 

Happy Home 

Harrell's Store 

Harrelsville 

Harrington 

Harris Depot 

Harrison Creek 
Harrisville 

Hartshorn 
Hatteras 
Haw Branch 
Hawfields 
Haw ley's Store 
Haw River 
Hay Jfeadow 
Hay Stack 
Haywood 
Hazel Dell 
Healing Springs 
Heathville 
Helton 
Henderson 
Hendersonville 
Herringville 
Hertford 
Hester's Store 
Hickory Tavern 
Hicksville 
High Point 
High Shoals 
High Top 



Guilford 

Mecklenburg 

Davie 

Robeson 

Ashe 

Cabarras 

Cleveland 

Northampton 

Northampton 

<iates 

Jm, kson 

Stokes 

Richmond 

Guilford 

Robeson 
Ashe 
Randolph 
Chatham 
Caldwell 
Onslow 
Rutherford 
Cherokee 
Rowan 
Moore 
Wayne 
Ciiatham 
Jtoorc 
Beaufort 
P^rsoa 
Macon 
Alamance 
Iredell 
Cheroket 
YiineeT 
Ruther 'or"d 
BladcU 
Caswe l 
Cum I criand 
Rutherford 
Wake 
Northampton 
Henderson 
Guilford 
Columbus 
Pitt 
Rockingham 
Chattiam 
Warren 
Chatham 
Onslow 
Tyrrel 
Chatham 
Carteret 
Halifax 
Duplin 
Davidson 
Martia 
Yadkin 
Davidson 
Burke 
New Hanover 
Hertford 
Cumberland 
Cabarras 
Cumberland 
Montgomery 
Alamance 
Hyde 
Onslow 
Orange 
Sampson 
Alamance 
Wilkes 
Surry 
Chatham 
Caldwell 
Davidson 
Halifax 
Ashe 
Granville 
Henderson 
Sampson 
Perquimans 
Person 
Catawba 
Rutherford 
Guilford 
Rutherford 
Jackson 



POST OFFICES— NORTH CAROLINA. 



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County. 



Hightowera Caswell 

Hillirtrdston Nasi 

Hillsboro' Oranm 

Hillsdale Guilford 

Hill's Store Randolph 

Hintoasville Pasquotanli 

Hitchcock Macon 

Hogan's Creek Kockingham 

Holly Springs Wake 

Holtsburg Davidson 

Holt's Store Alamance 

Holly Grove ; Madison 

Hookerstowa Greene 

Hopewell Mecklenburg 
Hornet's Nest 

Hommeny Creek Buncombe 

Horse Creek Ashe 

Horse Cove Jackson 

Hotel Bertie 

Houstonville Iredel 

Howellsville Robeson 

Hoover Hill Randolph 
Hughes' Academy Orange 

Hunsucker'sStore Montgomery 

Hunter's Bridge Beaufort 

Hunting Creek Wilkes 

Huntsville Yadkin 

Hurdle's Mills Person 

Independence Caswell 

Indesville Suriy 

Indiantown Currituck 

Indian Trail Union 

Island Creek Duplin 

Island Ford Rutherford 

Ivy Yancey 

Ivy Bend Madison 
Ivy Gap 

Ivy Hill Haywood 
Jackson Northampton 

Jack Grove Guilford 

Jackson's Creek Randolph 

Jackson's Hill Davidson 

Jackson Spring Moore 

Jacob's Fork Catawba 

Jamestown Guilford 

Jamesville Martin 

Jefl'erson Ashe 

Jenkin's Store Union 

Jericho Wayne 

Jersusalem Davie 

Jewell Hill Madison 

Job's Cabin Wilkes 

Johnson's Mills Pitt 

Johnsonville Cumberland 

Jonathan's Creek Haywood 

Jones' Creek Anson 

Jones' Mine Randolph 

Jonesville Yadkin 

Joyner's Depot Edgecomb 

Kenansville Duplin 

Kendall's Store Stanley 

Kernersville Forsyth 

KillJan's Wills Lincoln 

Kimbolton Chatham 

King's Creek Caldwell 

King's Mountain Gaston 

Kinnie's Creek Cumberland 

Kinston Lenoir 

Kirkland Cibarras 

Kittrell Granville 

Klutts' Tan Yard Cabarras 

Knap of Keeds Granville 

Knob Creek Cleveland 

Knott's Island Currituck 

Kyle's Landing Cumberland 

Labertha Stokes 

La Grange Randolph 

Lake Comfort Hyde 
Lake Landing 

Lanesborough Anson 

Lane's Creek Union 

Lantz Grove Lincoln 

Lapland Madison 

Lassiter's Mills Randolph 

Laurenburg Richmond 

Laurel Franklin 

Laurel Branch Rowan 

Laurel Spring Ashe 

Laurel Valley Cherokee 

Lawhom'3 Hill Moore 

Lawsonville Rockingham 

Leechburg Johnson 

Leaksville Kockingham 

Leasburg Caswell 

Ledger Yancey 

Leechville Beaufort 

Leesville Robeson 

Leicester Buncombe 

Lenoir Institute Lenoir 

Lewisville Forsyth 

Lenoir Caldwell 

Leaox Castle Kockingham 



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Post Office. 



County . 



Leo 

Lewis' Fork 

Lethe 

Lexington 

Liberty Hill 

LilesviUe 

Lillington 

Lincointon 

Lindley's Store 

Linville Rivei 

Little Mills 

Little Rock Fish 

Little River 

Littleton 

Locust Hill 

Locujt Shade 

Logan's Store 

Long's Mills 

Long Ridge 

Long Street 

Long Town 

Louisburg 

Lowrance's Mills 

Lovelace 

Lovelady 

Love's Level 

Lowell 

Lumber Bridge 

Lumbertou 

McCray's Store 

McDaniel 

McLeansville 

Macedonia 

Mackey's Ferry 

Macon Depot 

Madison 

Magnolia 

Manchester 

Mangum 

Manson 

Maple Springs 

Margaretsville 

Marion 

Marlboro' 

Marley's Mills 

Marshall 

Mars Hill College 

Martha's Vineyard Chatham 

Martindale Mecklenburg 

Martin's Limekiln Stokes 



Stanley 

W ike's 

Richmond 

Davidhon 

Iredell 

Anson 

New Hanover 

Lincoln 

Alamance 

Burke 

Richmond 

Cumberland 

Caldwell 

Halifax 

Caswell 

Yailkin 

Rutherford 

Randolph 

Washin.L'tun 

Moore 

Catawba 

Franklin 

Lincoln 

Wilkes 

Caldwell 

Union 

Johnson 

Robeson 

Orange 

Alamance 

Guilford 

Montgomery 

Washington 

Warrreu 

Rockingham 

Duplin 

Cumberland 

Richmond 

Warren 

Wilkes 

Northampton 

McDowell 

Pitt 

Randolph 

Madison 



Post Office. 



County. 



Maxwell 

Mayfield 

Mayo 

Maysville 

Meadow Creek 

Mebanesville 

Melrose 

Meat Camp 

Melville 

Melvinsville 

Merry Hill 

Merry Mount 

Middle Creek 

Middletown 

Midway 

Millbank 

Milbemie 

Milledgeville 

Mill Creek 

Mill Hill 

Mill River 

Mill Landing 

Milton 

Minersvilla 

Mint Hill 

Mintonsville 

Miranda 

Mocksville 

Moffit's Mills 

Monk's Store 

Monroe 

Monroeton 

Monticello 

Montpelier 

Montrose 

Mooresborough 

Moore's Creek 

Mooshanne© 

Moretz Mill 

Morehead City 

Morgan's Mill: 

Morgantown 

Morringsville 



Brunswick 
Rockingham 

Greene 

Orange 

Alamance 

Robeson 

Watauga 

Alamance 

Bladen 

Bertie 

Warren 

Wake 

Hyde 

Davidson 

Granville 

Wase 

Montgomery 

Randolph 

Cabarras 

Henderson 

Bertie 

Caswell 

McDowell 

Mecklenburg 

(Jates 

Rowan 

Davie 

Randolph 

Sampson 

Union 

Rockingham 

Guilford 

Richmond 

Cumberland 

Cleveland 

New Hanover 

Moore 

Watauga 

Carteret 

Union 

Biirk. 

Chatham 



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Morrison's Tan Yard 

Mecklenburg 



Morrisville 
Morton's Store 
Morven 
Moscley Hall 
Mountain Creek 
Mountain Island 
Mount Airy 



Wake 

Alamance 

Anson 

Lenoir 

Catawba 

Gaston 

Surry 



Mount Gilead Montgomerv 

Mount Mourne Iredefl 

Mount Nebo Yadkin 

Mount Ohve Wnyne 

Mount Pisgah Alexander 

Mount Pleasant Cal»rr« 

Mount Tabor Korsvth 

Mount Tirza Per«.u 

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Mount \erd Vniun 

Mount %ernon Row.n 

Mount Willing Orange 

Moyoik Currituck 

M>.d Creek Heuderjou 

Muddv Fork ClevlanJ 

Mud Lick ChaUiam 

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Mull Grove Lincoln 

Murfreesboro' Hcrlfurd 

Murphey Cherokee 

Nahunta Wayne 

Nail Factory Gaiitou 

Nantihala Marun 

Nashville Najh 

Nathan's Creek Aahe 

Neatman Stoki-* 

Negro Head Depot Union 

Nettle Knob Ashe 

Newbern Cravrn 

Newbj's Bridge Pcrijuiu,.. 

Newcastle Wil, 

New Garden Guil: j 

New GUead Moon 

New Hill Wake 

New Hope Iredell 
New Hope Academy Randolph 

New Light Wake 

New Market Randol|h 

New Kiver Alle(;h»ny 

New Salem RanOolp'u 

New Sterling Iredell 

Newton Catawba 

Newton Grove Saui|""'0 

Newtonville CasK 

Niciiolsonville Clevei.i 

North Cove McDox 

North Fork A 

Nurthington Cumberl 

Norval UarU' i ; 

Norwood SiauU 

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Nutbiish Wurr 

Oak Forest In i 

Oak Grove Un; i. 

Oak Hill Oram. II. 

Oakland Chatb-ir:, 

Oaklawn Culiarr;i 

Oak Level Vadii u 
Oakley New Ilan^v . 

Oak Ridge Guili 

Oaks Oral 

Oak Spring Rutheri ; 

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Old Richmond For- 1 

Old Shop «., 

Old Town For». 

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Olive Branch Un 

Olive Uill P«r. 

Onslow C. H. Ob-1..» 

Orange Factory (ir.,. 

Oregon Ro'- 

Orrvillc Mf< ; 

Otter Creek Riun n.ru 

Outlaws' Bridge Duplin 

Owensville Sami«*oB 

Oxford Granville 

Pacific Fr»nklii. 

Puetolua I'l't 

Paint Store Yai. 

Palestine "«- 

Palmyra " >' ' 

Palo Alto "■• ' " 

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Panther Creek ^ '■■ 

Parks' Store */' '^' •■ 

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Patterson's Store Al .: ■ 

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County. 



]; >N..l.fI Bertie 

Runil Hull Forsyth 

Rush's -Mills Montgomery 

Rusk Surry 

RuUnrfordton Rutherforil 

Saint Charles Johnson 

Saint John Hertford 

Saint Lawrence Chatham 

Saint Pauls Robeson 

Salem Forsyth 

Salem Church Randoli^li 

Salem Chapel Forsyth 

Salisbury Rowan 

Sanders' Hill Montgomery 

Saiidersville Carteret 

Sandv, Creek Randolpli 

Saudv Foundation Leuoir 

Sandy Grove Chatliam 

Saudi' Level Johnson 

Saudv Mush Buncombe 

Sandv Plains Rutherford 

Saraios'a AVilsou 

Sassafras Fork GrauviUe 

Saxapahaw Alamance 

Sawyersville Randolph 
Science Hill 

Scotland Neck Halifax 

Scottsville Ashe 
Scott's Hill New Hanover 

Scuppernong Washington 
Seabord Northampton 

Sed^•es Garden Forsyth 

Shady Grove Davidson 

Shallotte Brunswick 

Shallow Ford Alamance 

Sharon Mecklenburg 

Shaw's Mills Guilford 

Shelby Cleveland 

Shephardsville Carteret 

Shernll's Ford Lincoln 

Shiloah Camden 

Shoceo Springs Warren 

Shuffordville Buncomi.e 

Siegel's Store Lincolu 
Sill's Creek New Hanover 

Siloam Surry 

Silver Hill Davidson 

Six Runs Sampson 

Skeeneh JIacou 

Sladesville Hyde 

Sleepy Creek Wayne 

Smith's Bridge Robeson 

Smithfield Johnson 

Smith Grove Davie 

Smith's Store Alamance 

Smith's Valley Stokes 

Smithville Brunswick 

Smyrna Carteret 

Sne'ad's Ferry Onslow 

Snipe's Store Chatham 

Snow Camp Alamance 

Snow Creek Iredell 

Snow Hill Greene 
Soapstone Mount Randolph 

Solemn Grove Moore 

South Creek Beaufort 

South Fork Ashe 

South Lowell Orange 

South Mills Camden 

South Point Gaston 

South River Rowan 

Spaightesville Craven 

Sparta Kdgecombe 

Speight's Bridge Greene 

Spencer Davidson 

Sprinff Creek 5Iadison 

Spriu^neld Richmond 
Spring (Jarden New Hanover 

Spring Hill Forge Lincoln 



Spring Hope 
Spruce Pine 
Scacey ville 
Stagville 
Stanhope 
Stanley's Creek 
Stantonsburgh 
State Road 
Satesville 
Steele Creek 
Stevens' AHUs 
Stiee's Shoal 
Stikoih 
Stocksville 
Stone Lick 
Stone's Bay 
Stony Fork 
Stony Point 
Stony IMdge 
Stowesville 
Strabane 
Straits 
Sack Creek 



Nash 

Vancey 

Rockingham 

Orange 

Nash 

Gaston 

Edgecombe 

Surry 

Iredell 

Mecklenburg 

Union 

Cleveland 

Cherokee 

Buncombe 

Randolph 

Onslow 

Watauga 

Alexander 

Surry 

Gaston 

Lenoir 

Carteret 

Rutherford 



Post Office. 

Sugar Grove 
Sugar Hill 
Sulphur Springs 
Summerfield 
Sumirerville 
Summit 
Sun bury 
Sunny South 
S Wangs town 
S wannano 
Swan Pond 
Swan Quarter 
S wausboro' 
S\veet Home 
Sweet Water 
Swift Creek Brid 
Swift Island 
Sycamore Alley 
Tabb's Creek 
Tally Ho 
Tarborough 
Taylor's Bridge 
Taylorsville 
Teachey's 
Tennessee River 
Terebinthe 
Thomasville 
Thompsonville 
Tom's Creek 
Topsail Sound 
Townesville 
Traniiuility 
Trapp Hill 
Trenton 
Trinity College 
Troublesome 
Troy 

Troy's Store 
Trugglis' Gap 
Truckasaga 

Tulin 

Turkey Cove 
Turnersburg 

Turnpike 

Turtle Town 

Tusquittee 

T_yron 

Lie hell a 

Union Grove 

Union Mills 

Union Ridge 

Unionville 

University Station 

Valle Crusis 

Valle Montis 

Valley Town 

Van Hook's Store 

Vestal's Ford 

Vesuvius Furnace 

Vienna 

Wadesboro' 

Wakefield 

Wakulla 

Walkerstown 

Walkersville 

Wallers 

Walnut Cove 

Walnut Creek 

Walnut Grove 

Walnut Hill 

Walnut Lane 

Walnut Shade 

\\ arm Springs 

Warren Plains 

Warrensville 

War rent on 

Warrior Creek 

Warsaw 

Washington 

Watauga Falls 

Waterloo 

Watson's Bridge 

Waughtown 

Waynesville 

Woavel's Mills 

Weaver's Ford 

Webb's Ford 

Webster 

VVeldon 

Wentworth 

West Brook 

Western Prong 

Westfield 

Westland 

Westminster 

West Point 

Wheelersville 

White Cross 

White Hall 

White Hill 

White House 

White Oak 



County. 

Watauga 

McDowell 

Buncombe 

Guilford 

Harnett 

Northampton 

(rates 

Nash 

Cleveland 

Buncombe 

Wilkes 

Hvde 

Onslow 

Iredell 

Watauga 

ge Craven 

Montgomery 

Ilalifax 

Granville 

Granville 

Edgecombe 

Sam pson 

Alexander 

Duplin 

Macon 

Cumberland 

Davidson 

Rockingham 

Surry 

New Hanover 

Granville 



Wilkes 

Jones 

Randolph 

Rockingham 

Montgomery 

Randolph 

Patrick 

Mecklenburg 

Iredell 

McDowell 

Iredell 

Buncombe 

Cherokee 

Polk 

Macon 

Iredell 

Jones 

Alamance 

Robeson 

O range 

Watauga 

Watauga 

Cherokee 

Person 

Gaston 

Lincoln 

Forsyth 

Anson 

Wake 

Robeson 

Forsyth 

Union 

Granville 

Stokes 

Buncombe 

range 

Ashe 

Yadkin 

Gaston 

Buncombe 

Warren 

Sampson 

Warren 

Wilke 

Duplin 

Beaufort 

Watauga 

Granvill 

Jloore 

Forsyth 

Haywood 

Forsyth 

Ashe 

Rutherford 

Jackson 

Halifax 

Rockingham 

Blade 



Poit Offke. 



County. 



White Pine Gaston 

White Plains Cleveland 

White Road Forsyth 

White Rock Madison 
White Sulphur Springs 

Catawba 

White's Creek Bladen 

White's Store Anson 

Wliiteville Columbus 

Why Not Randolph 

WilKcsborough Wilkes 

VVilbar " 

Williamsboro' Granville 

Williamsburg Iredell 

Williams' Jlills Chatham 

Williamstou Martin 

Willow Green Pitt 

Wilmington New Hanover 

Wilson Edgecombe 

Wilson's Store Stokes 

Wilton Granville 

Winchester Union 

Wind Hill Montgomery 

Windsor Bertie 

Winslow Harnett 

Winston C. H. Forsyth 

Winton Hertford 

Wittenburg Alexander 

Wolf Creek Cherokee 

Wolf Pitt Onslow 

Wolfsville Union 

Woodland Northampton 

Woodlawn Gaston 

Woodleaf Rowan 

Woodsdale Person 

Woodworth Granville 
Yadkin Institute Davidson 

Yadkinville Yadkin 

Yanceyville Caswell 

Yidlow Mountain Y'ancey 
York College Institute 

Alexander 

Young's Mills Guilford 
Young's K^ Roads Granville 

Zimmerman Vi'ilkes 

Zion Y'adkin 



Ohio. 



Stoke 

Halifax 

Guilford 

Orange 

Northampton 

Oranga 

Mecklenburg 

Union 

Randolph 

Bladen 



Post Office. 

Abbeyville 

Aberdeen 

Achor 

Acadia 

Ada 

Adams 

Adams' Mills 

Adamsville 

Adairo 

Addison 

Adelphi 

Adena 

Adrian 

Aftou 

Ai 

Aid 

Agatha 

Akron 

Alba 

Albany 

Albion 

Alert 

Alexandersville 

Alexandria 

Alfred 

Aliens 

Allensburg 

Allensville 

Alliance 

Alpha 

Alton 

Alum Creek 

Amanda 

Amboy 

Amelia 

Amesville 

Amherst 

Amsterdam 

Amwell 

Anderson 

Audover 

Andrews 

Angola 

Anna 

Annapolis 

Ansonia 

Antioch 

Antrim 



County. 

Medina 

Brown 

Columbiana 

Allen 

Hardin 

Seneca 

Muskingum 

Richland 

Gallia 

Ross 

Jefferson 

Seneca 

Jackson 

Fulton 

Lawrence 

Jackson 

Summit 

Hancock 

Tuscarawas 

Ashland 

Butler 

Montgomery 

Licking 

Meigs 

Miami 

Highland 

Vinton 

Stark 

Greene 

Franklin 

Delaware 

Fairfield 

Ashtabula 

Clermont 

Athens 

Lorain 

Jeflerson 

Wayne 

Ross 

Ashtabula 

Morrow 

Clermont 

Shelby 

Jefferson 

Darke 

Monroe 

Guernsey 



Post Office. 

Antwerp 

Apple Creek 

A)iple Grove 

Appleton 

Arabia 

Arcadia 

Arcanum 

Archbold 

Archer 

Arlington 

Armstrong's Jlills 

Arnheim . 

Arrowsmith 3 

Asbury 

Ash Cave 

Ashland 

liley 
Ash Ridge 
Ashtabula 
Ashville 
Athalia 
Athens 
Atlas 
Attica 
Atwater 
Auburn 
Auglaize 
Augusta 
Aurora 
Austin 
Austinburg 
Ava 
Avon 

Avon Lake 
Ayersville 
Baohman 
Bacon 

Bailey's Mills 
Bainbridge 
Bakersville 
Baltimore 
Bantam 
Barlow 
Barnes' 
Barnesville 
Barry 
Barryville 
Bartramville 
Bartlett 
Bascom 
Basil 
Bashan 
Batavia 
Batesville 
Bath 

Baughmrn 
Bayard 
Bazetta 
Beallsville 
Beamsville 
Beasley's Fork 
Beaver 
Beaver Dam 
Beckett's Store 
Bedford 
Beech 
Bell 

Bell Air 
Bell Brook 
Bell Center 
Bellefontaiu 
Belmon 
Belmont 
Belle Vernon 
Belleville 
Uellevue 
Belle Point 
Belmore 
Belpre 

Bennett's Corne 
Bennington 
Benton 
Bentonville 
Benton Ridge 
Berea 
Berkshire 
Berlin 

Berlin Center 
Berlin X Roads 
Berlin Higlits 
Berlin Station 
Berlinville 
Berne 

Berrysville 
Berwick 
Beta 
Bethany 
Bethel 
Bethesda 
[ Bottsville 
Beulah 
! Beris Tavern 



County. 

Paulding 

AN'aync 

Meigs 

Licking 

Lawrence 

Hancock 

. Darke 

Fulton 

Harrison 

Hancock 

Belmont 

Bro\yn 

Defiance 

Perry 

Hocking 

Ashland 

Delaware 

Brown 

Ashtabula 

Pickaway 

LawTtnce 

Athens 

Belmont 

Seneca 

Portage 

Geauga 

Van Wert 

Carroll 

Portage 

Ross 

Ashtabula 

Noble 

Lorain 

Defiance 

Montgomery 

Coshocton 

Belmont 

Ross 

Coshocton 

Fairfield 

IClermont 

Washington 

Richland 

Belmont 

Cuyahoga 

Stark 

Lawrence 

Washington 

Seneca 

Fairfield 

Meigs 

Clermont 

Guernsey 

Summit 

Wayne 

Columbiana 

Trumbull 

Monroe 

Darke 

Atlams 

Pike 

Allen 

Pickaway 

Cuyahoga 

Licking 

Highland 

Belmont 

Greene 

Logan 

Putnam 

Belmont 

Wyandott 

Richland 

Huron 

Delaware 

Putnam 

Washington 

Medina 

Morrow 

Holmes 

Adams 

Hancock 

Cuyahoga 

Delaware 

Holmes 

Mahoning 

Jackson 

Erie 



Noble 
Highland 

Seneca. 

Henry 

Butler 

Clermont 

Belmont 

Seneca 
Lawrene* 
Hamilton 



POST OFFICES — OHIO. 



Piisc Office. 

Bfrvtrly 

Big Isliind 

BigLii-k 

Big Plain 

Big Prairie 

Big Rim 

Big Springs 

Bird's Run 

Bisliopville 

Birmiijgham 

Bissell's 

Black Creek 

Black Jack 

Black Lick 

Blacklvsville 

Black ftivcr 

Black Swamp 

Bladensburg 

Blanc 

Blanchester 

Blcndon 

Bloom 

Bloom Center 

Bloomiield 

Bloominghurg 

Bloomingdale 

Bloom iugton 

Bloomingville 

Bloom Rose 

Bloomville 

Blue Ball 

Blue Creek 

Blue Lick 

Blue Rock 

Bluffton 

Boardman 

Boetia 

Bokc's Creek 

Bolivar 

Bonn 

Boswell 

Bouroeville 

BoM'erston 

Bowersville 

BowlersviUe 

Bowling Green 

Bowshcrsville 

Boyd's .Mills 

Braceville 

Bradyvillo 

Brandt 

Brandon 

Bremen 

Bricksville 

Bridge Creek 

Bridgeport 

Bridgeville 

Bridgewater 

Brighton 

Brimfield 

Brinley's Station 

Brinton 

Bristol 

Bristolville 

Brock 

Brock's Corner 

Broken Sword 

Bronson 

Brookfield 

Brooklyn 

Brookville 

Brownhelm 

Brown's Mills 

Brownsville 

Brownson Station 

Brunersturg 

Brunswick 

Bryan 

Buchanan 

Buck's 

Buckeye Cottage 

Buckeye Furnace 

Bucyrus 

Buena Vista 

Buffalo 

Buford 

Bundyshurg 

Bunker Hill 

Burbank 

Burlingham 

Burlington 

Burgh Hill 

Burton 

Burnett Wood 

Businessburgh 

Butler 

Butlerville 

Byhalia 

Byington 

Byron 

Cabello 

Cadiz 



County. 

■Washington 

Marion 

Hancock 

Madison 

M'ayne 

AVashington 

Logan 

Guernsey 

Morgan 

Erie 

Geauga 

Holmes 

Hocking 

Franklin 

Wayne 

Lorain 

Sandusky 

Knox 

Fulton 

Clinton 

Franklin 

Wood 

Logan 

Morrow 

Fayette 

Jefterson 

Clinton 

Erie 

Brown 

Seneca 

Butler 

Adams 

Allen 

Muskingum 

Alien 

Mahoning 

Mercer 

Union 

Tuscarawas 

Washington 

Mahoning 

Ross 

Harrison 

Greene 

Wyandott 

Wood 

Wyandott 

Coshocton 

Trumbull 

Adams 

Miami 

Knox 

Fairfield 

Cuyahoga 

Geauga 

Belmont 

Muskingum 

Williams 

Lorain 

Portage 

Preble 

Champaign 

31 organ 

Trumbull 

Darke 

Jackson 

Crawford 

Huron 

Trumbull 

Cuyahoga 

Montgomery 

Lorain 

Washington 

Lickins 

Franklin 

Defiance 

Medina 

Williams 

Perry 

Columbiana 

Perry 

Jackson 

Crawford 

Tuscarawas 

Guernsey 

Highland 

Geauga 

Butler 

Wayne 

Meigs 

Lawrence 

Trumbull 

Geauga 

Hamilton 

Belmont 

Richland 

Warren 

Union 

Pike 

Greene 

Carroll 

Harrison 



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Post Office. 



Cadwallader 
Caldwell 
Cairo 
Calais 
Calcutta 
Caledonia 
'California 
Calvary 
ICamba 
Cambridge 
Camden 
Cameron 
Campbelltown 
Camp Charlotte 
Camp Run 
Canaan 
Canaanville 
Canal Dover 
Canal Fulton 
Canal Lewisville 
Canal Winchester 
Canfield 
Canonsburg 
Cannon's Slill 
Canton 
Captina 
Cardington 
Carey 

Carlisle Station 
Carmel 
Carroll 

Carroll Station 
Carrollton 
Carryall 
Carson 
Carthagena 
Carthage 
Carysville 
Cass 

Casstown 
Cassville 
Castalia 
Castine 
Catawba 
Cedar Valley 
Cedarville 
Cedar Hill 
Cedron 
Celina 

Central College 
Center 

Center Belpre 
Center Bend 
Centerbnrg 
Centerfield 
Centerton 
Center View 
Center Village 
Centerville 
Chagrin Falls 
Chalfaut 
Chambersburg 
Chandlersville 
Chanticleer 
Chapel Hill 
Chardon 
Charlesto'wn 
Charloe 
Chatfield 
Chatham 
Chatham Center 
Chaunccy 
Cherry Fork 
Cherry Grove 
Cherry Valley 
Cheshire 
Chester 

Chester >< Roads 
Chesteifield 
Chester Hill 
Cliesterville 
Cheviot 
Chiekasaw 
Chili 

Chilicothe 
Chile 
Chippewa 
Christiansburg 
Church Hill 
Cicero 
Oincinn,ati 
Circlesville 
Claridon 
Clarington 
Clark's 
Clarksburg 
Clark's Corners 
Clarksficld 
Clarkson 
Clarksville 
Clay 
Clay Lick 



County. 

Tuscarawas 

Noble 

Stark 

Monroe 

Columbiana 

Marion 

Clermont 

Athens 

Jackson 

Guernsey 

Preble 

Monroe 

Preble 

Pickaway 

Crawford 

Wayne 

Athens 

Tuscarawas 

Stark 

Coshocton 

Franklin 

Jlahoning 

Hancock 

Columbiana 

Stark 

Belmont 

Morrow 

Wyandott 

Warren 

Highland 

Fairfield 

Montgomerv 

Carrol'l 

Paulding 

Huron 

fiercer 

Hamilton 

Champaign 

Hancock 

Miami 

Harrison 

Erie 

Darke 

Clark 

Wayne 

Greene 

Fairfield 

Clermont 

Mercer 

Franklin 

Montgomery 

Washington 

Morgan 

Knox 

Highland 

Huron 

Monroe 

Delaware 

Montgomery 

Cuyahoga 

Champaign 

Montgomery 

Muskingum 

Knox 

Perry 

Geauga 

Portage 

Paulding 

Crawford 

Licking 

Medina 

Athens 

Adams 

Hamilton 

Ashtabula 

Gallia 

Meigs 

Geauga 

Fulton 

Morgan 

31orrow 

Hamilton 

Mercer 

Coshocton 

Ruse 

Clermont 

Wayne 

Champaign 

Tr.imbuU 

Defiance 

Hamilton 

Pickaway 

(Jeaiiga 

Slonroc 

Coshocton 

Ross 

Ashtabula 

Huron 

Columbiana 

Clinton 

Jackson 

Licking 



Pvst Office. 

Clayton 

Claytoua 

Clavsville 

Clear Port 

Clear Creek 

Clement 

Cleveland 

Cleves 

Clifton 

Clinton 

Clinton Station 

Clinton Valley 

Clintonville 

Clio 

CIvde 

Coal Dale 

Coal (Jrove 

Coal Run 

Coehranton 

Coddiugvillc 

Coe Ridge 

Coitsville 

Cold Water 

Col era in 

Collamer 

College Ciirncr 

CollcsrcHill 

Collinsville 

Colton 

Columbia 

Columbiana 

Columbia Station 

Columbus 

Columbus Grove 

Concord 

Concordia 

Condit 

Congress 

Conncunt 

Conotton 

Conover 

Constantia 

Constitution 

Contreras 

Convenience 

Coolville 

Copley 

Copopa 

Cork 

Cornersbiirg 

Corsica 

Coshocton 

Cottage H,n 

Covington 

Cranberry 

Cranberry Prairi* 

Oranesville 

Crandall 

Creighton 

Crestline 

Crickcttsville 

Cridcrsville 

Crooked Tree 

Cross Creek 

Cross Roads 

Croton 

Croxton 

Cuba 

Cumberland 

Cuyahoga Falls 

Cutler 

Cynthiana 

Dallas 

Uallasbnrg 

Dalton 

Damascnj 

Damascoville 

Danville 

Darby 

Darby Creik 

Darbyviile 

Darke 

Darrtown 

Dawn 

Dawkin'sMilii 

Dayton 

Dcardorff'" MilU 

Deavertowu 

Decatur 

Decaturvill« 

Deer Crock 

Deep Out 

Deerticld 

De rfield ViUigt 

Deer Lick 

Decrsvilie 

Defiance 

De Gr»(r 

DeKalb 

De Li» Pu".in» 

Delaware 

Delhi 



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Montgomerv 

Xoble 

Guernsey 

Fairlicid 

Hancock 
Ciiyahopa 
Huuiiltuu 
Greene 
Sumuiit 
Clinton 
Clinton 
Fraukliu 
Greene 
Sandusky 
Musk guiji 
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Marion ' 
Medina 
Cuvalioga 
Alanuuint: 
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Belmont 
Cuvuhoga 
ISutler I 
Hamilton ' 
Butler 
Henry 
Haniiltun 
Columbiana 
Loraiu 
Franklin 
Putnam 
Luke' 
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D.Ua 

Uemoa 

Dcrisurnejr 

Denmark 

L>ent 

Dewitt Ridge 

Ucxter 

Dille't ButUa 

Dia«mor« 

IHloo 

Dod«<>uTllle 

Dog Creek 

Domctiic 

DounclsviUc 

Doriet 

Uoughty 

Dover 

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Urfs'lcn 

Drv Kid« 

Uubli,, 

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Dudley 

Diimontrille 

Dunbar 

DunbartoB 

Duncao't Kalli 

Diinda« 

Duudco 

Dunham 

DuukiDirilU 

Dunkirk 

Dunzauoa 

DuDlap 

Dunlcvy 

Durand 

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Oaffe 

AikukaU 

H*JaM 



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Cvlaial laaa 

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AikuWU 

P«tt^* 

(<*aag> 

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Coleattia 
ll.fl >a4 
Ikltaare 

C*laBtiaaa 

lwi»«at 
l-uuway 

i^;ak««a 
Fttry 

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Wa/M 
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Tramkatl 

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Altmt 

II (klaa« 

H aikami 
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Wkfna 
M<«r«> 

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48 



POST OFFICES— OHIO. 



Pust Office. 



Kxcter 
Fairfax 

Fair til- 1(1 

Fair Uaveu 

Fair Play 

Fairview 

FaUsliurg 

Farmor 

Farmer's Station 

Farmersvillu 

Farmiupton 

Fayetteville 

Fearing 

Federaiton 

Feed Spring 

Feeslnirg 

Felicity 

Fillmore 

Fiiieastle 

Finley 

Fitchville 

Five Mile 

Fiv Points 

Flat 

Flat Rock 

Fletcher 

Flint's Mills 

Florence 

Florida 

Flushing 

Folks Station 

Ford 

Forest 

Fort Ancient 

Fort Jefterson 

Fort Jennings 

Fort Recovery 

Fort Seneca 

Foster's Crossings 

Fostoria 

Four Corners 

Fowler 

Fowler's Mills 

Frar'onia 

Frankfort 

Franklin 

Frauklin Furnace 

Franklin Mills 

Franklin Square 

Frauklin Station 

Frazeysburg 

Frease's Store 

Frederick 

Fredericksburg 

Fredericktown 

Freeburg 

Fredonia 

F'reedom 

Freedom Station 

Freeport 

Freestone 

Fremont 

Frieudship 

Fry burg 

Fulton 

Fultonham 

Gahannah 

(ralena 

Galion 

Gallia Furnace 

Gallipolis 

Galigher 

Gambler 

Ganges 

Garden 

Gardner 

Garrettsville 

Gates' Mills 

Gavers 

Geneva 

Genoa 

Genoa >^ Roads 

Oeorgesville 

Georgetown 

German 

Germano 

Germantown 

Gettysburg 

Ghent 

Gibesonville 

Gibson 

Gibson's Station 

Gilboa 

Gilead 

Gilespieyille 

Gilmoro 

Girard 

Glasgow 

Glencoe 

Glendale 

Gnadenhutten 

Golden Corner 



County. 

Sandusky 

Highland 

Greene 

Preble 

Jefferson 

Guernsey 

Licking 

Defiance 

Clinton 

Montgomery 

Trumbull 

Brown 

Washington 

Athens 

Harrison 

Brown 

Clermont 

■Washington 

Brown 

Hancock 

Huron 

Brown 

Pickaway 

PiUe 

Seneca 

Miami 

Washington 

Erie 

Henry 

Belmont 

Harrison 

Geauga 

Hardin 

Warren 

Darke 

Putnam 

Mercer 

Seneca 

Warren 

Seneca 

Huron 

Ti-umbull 

Geauga 

Putnam 

Ross 

Warren 

Scioto 

Portage 

Columbiana 

Coshocton 

Muskingum 

Stark 

Mahoning 

Wayne 

Knox 

Stark 

Licking 

Portage 

Portage 

Harrison 

Scioto 

Sandusky 

Scioto 

Auglaize 

HdUiiltou 

usklngum 

Frauklin 

Delaware 

Crawford 

Gallia 



Poet Office. 

(Jomber 

Good Hope 

Gomer 

Gordon 

Gore 

Gorham 

Goshen 

Grafton 

Grand View 

Granger 

G rant 

Granville 

Grape Grove 

Gratiot 

Gratis 

Gray's Corners 

(iraysville 

Graytown 

Greasy Ridge 

Great Beud 

Green 

Greenbush 

Green Camp 

Green Castle 

Greenfield 

Green ford 

Green Hill 

Greenland 

Greensburg 



County. 

Guernsey 

Fayette 

Allen 

Darke 

Hocking 

FiiUon 

Clermoni 

Lorain 

Washington 

Medina 

Hardin 

Licking 

(rreeni- 

Lieking 

Preble 

Morrow 

Jlouroe 

Ottawa 

Lawrence 

Meigs 

Liekin;; 

Preble 

Marion 

Fairfield 

Highland 

Mahoning 

Columbiana 

Ross 

Trumbull 



Greensburg |>< Roads Sandusky 

Green Spring Seneca 

Greentown 

Greenville 

Greenwick Station 

Greersville 



Guernsey 

Knox 

Richland 

Athens 

Noble 

Portage 

Cuyahoga 

Columbiana 

Ashtabula 

Ottawa 

Delaware 

Franklin 

Brown 

Darke 

Harrison 

Montgomery 

Darke 

Summit 

Hocking 

Pike 

Guernsey 

Putnam 

Wood 

Ross 

Tuscarawas 

Trumbull 

Columbiana 

Bolmout 

Hamilton 

Tuscarawas 

Wayne 



Groesbeck 

Grove City 

(irove Hill 

Grove Port 

Guilford 

Gustavus 

Gustine 

Guysville 

Hale 

Hale's Creek 

Hall's Valley 

Hollsville 

Hamburg 

Hamer 

Hamilton 

Hamersville 

Hammondsville 

Hampden 

Handy 

Hanging Rock 

Hanna's Mills 

Hannibal 

Hanover 

Hanoverton 

Hardin 

Harlem 

Harlem Spring 

Harmar 

Harmony 

Harper 

Harpersfield 

HarrietsvLUe 

Harris 

Harrison 

Harrisburg 

Harrison Junction 

Harrison Mills 

Harrisonville 

Harrisville 

Harshmansville 

Hartford 

Hartland 

Hartleyville 

Hart's'Grove 

Hartville 

Harveysburg 

Hassan 

Hastings 

Havana 

Haverliill 

Hawk Eye 

Haysville 

Hebbardsville 

Hebron 

Helmick 

Hemlock Grove 

Henly 

Hendrysburg 

Henniug's Mills 

Henrietta 

Herring 

Hibbetts 

Hickory 

Uicksville 

Higginsport 

High Hill 

Highland 



Stark 

Darke 

Huron 

Knox 

Hamilton 

Franklin 

Crawford 

Franklin 

Meibna 

Trumbull 

Adams 

Athens 

Harden 

Scioto 

Morgan 

Ross 

/airfield 

Pauldiug 

Butler 

Brown 

Jeflerson 

Geauga 

Fultou 

Lawrence 

Mahoning 

Monroe 

Licking 

Columbiana 

Shelby 

Delaware 

Carroll 

Washington 

Clark 

Logan 

Ashtabula 

Noble 

Gallia 

Hamilton 

Fi an lil i n 

Ham 1 Icon 

Scioto 

Meig. 

Harrison 

Montgomery' 

Trumbull 

Huron 

Athens 

Ashtabula 

Stark 

Warren 

Hancock 

Richland 

Huron 

Scioto 

Licking 

Ashland 

Athens 

Licking 

Coshocton 

Meigs 

Montgomery 

Belmont 

Clermont 

Lorain 

Allen 

Carroll 

Lucas 

Defiance 

Brown 

Muskingum 

Highland 



Po8t Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County, 


Hill fJrove 


Darke 


Kirkersville 


Lickini 


Hillhouse 


Lake 


Kirkland 


Laki 


Hilliard's 


Franklin 


Kneisley 


Greeui 


Hillsboro' 


Highland 


Knox 


Knox 


Hill's Fork 


Adams 


Koch's 


Wavne 


Hilton's 


'• 


Kyger 


Gal lil 


Hinckley 


Medina 


Laceyville 


Harrisoi 


Hiram 


Portage 
Noble 


La Fayette 


Mai'.isoi 


Hiramsburg 


La Grange 


Loraii 


Hocking Furnace 


Hocking 


Laing's 


Jleuro< 


Hockingport 


Athens 


Lake 


S^arl 


Hos Creek 


Allen 


Lake Fork 


Ashlani 


Holland 


Lucas 


Lamartine 


Carrol 


HoUowtown 


Highland 


Laniira 


Belmon 


Holmes Mill 


Jefferson 


Lancaster 


Fairfiel( 


Holmesvillc 


Holmes 


Langsville 


Meig 


Holt 


Wood 


La Porte 


Loraii 


Home 


Highland 


Larue 


Marioi 


Homer 


Licking 


Latham 


Pik< 


Hornerville 


Medina 


Lattas 


Kosd| 
Miamfl 


Hooppole 


Ross 


Laura 


Hope 
Hopedale 
Hope Ridge 


Frankl i n 


Laurel 


Clermoni 


Harrison 


Lavona 


Fultor 


Monroe 


Lawrence 


Washiugtori 


Hopewell 


Muskingum 


Layman 




Hopkinsville 
Horatio 


Noble 


Leatherwood 


Guernsey 


Darke 


Leavitt 


Carroll 
Trumbull 


Hoskinsville 


Noble 


Leavittsburg 


Houcktown 


Hancock 


Lebanon 


Warren 


Houston 


Shelby 
Trumbull 


Lecompton 


Mouroc 


How land 


Lee 


Atlienf 


Hubbard 


•• 


Leesburg 


Highland, 


Hudson 


Summit 


Lee's Creek 


Cliutonl 
CarrolJ 


Hull's 


Athens 


Leesville 


Humphrey's Villa Holmes 


LeesvilleK Roads 


Crawford' 


Hunter 


Belmont 


Leipsic 


Putnaci 


Huntersville 


Hardin 


Lena 


Fulton 


Huntington 


Lorain 


Lenox 


Ashtabulj 


Huntsburg 


Geauga 


Leon 




Huntsville 


Logan 


Leonardsburg 


Delaware 


Huron 


Erie 


Le Roy 


Medina 


Hyattsville 


Miami 


Letart Falls 


Meig- 


Iberia 


Morrow 


Letimberville 


Marioi. 


Islesboro' 


Hocking 


Level 


Warren 


Independence 


Cuyahoga 


Levering 


Kuoi 


Indian Camp 


Guernsey 


Leyi 


Jackson 


Inland 


Summit 


Lewis 


Brown 


Inverness 


Columbiana 


Lewisburg 


Prebk 


Iron Furnace 


Scioto 


Lewis Center 


Delaware 


Ironton 


Lawrence 


Lewistown 


Logan 


Irwin 


l^nion 


Lewisville 


Moaroe 


Island Creek 


Jefferson 


Lexington 


Richland 


Ithaca 


Darke 


Liberty 


Montgomer\ 


Jackson C. H. 


Jackson 


Liberty Center 


Henry 


Jacksoutown 


Licking 


Liberty Corner 


Crawford 


Jamestown 


Greene 


Liberty Hill 


Washin';toii, 


Jasper 
Jasper Mills 


Pike 


Lick Run 


Hamilton 


Fayette 


Licking Valley 


Muskingui: 


Java 


Lucas 


Likens 


Craw tor il 


Jaysville 


Darke 


Lilly 


Sciot.. 


Jackson Center 


Shelby 


Lim"a 


Allen 


Jacksonborough 


Butler 


Limaville 


Stark 


Jeddo 


Jetterson 


Lincoln 


Gallia 
Ashtabula 


Jefferson C. H. 


Ashtabula 


Lindenville 


Jettersonvilla 


Fayette 


Limoville 


Licking 


Jelloway 
Jerome 


Knox 


Linton 


Jeffersoi 


Union 


Linton Mills 


CoshoetOD 


Jeromesville 


Ashland 


Linwood 


Hamiltoi 


Jersey 
Jerusalem 


Licking 


Litchfield 


Medina 


Monroe 


Lithopolis 


Fairfield 


Jewett 


Harrison 


Little Sandusky 


WyandotI 


Johusonville 


Trumbull 


LittleHockhocking Washingtoi| 


Johnson's Corners 


Summit 


Little York 


Montgomery 


Johnstown 


Licking 


Liverpool 


[Mediut 


JohnsviUe 


Montgomery 


Lock 


Knox 


Jolly 

Jones' Station 


Monroe 


Lockboume 


Franklir 


Butler 


Lockington 


Shelby 


Jones' Corner 


Coshocton 


Lockport 


WilKami 


Junction 


Paulding 


Lockville 


Fairfielc 


Kalida 


Putnam 


Lockland Station 


Hamiltoi 


Keene 


Coshocton 


Lock Seveuteen 


' ' 


Kansas 


Seneca 


Locust Corner 


Clermont 


Keiths 


Noble 


Locust Grove 


Adami 


Kelley's Island 


Erie 


Locust Point 


Ottawa 


Kelley's Mills 
Kelloggsville 


Lawrence 


Locust Ridge 


Brown 


Ashtabula 


Lodi 


Medina 


Kennon 


Be.mont 


Logan 


Hocking 


Kennousbnrg 


Noble 


Logauville 


Logan 


Kent 


Portage 


Log Cabin 


Morgan 


Kenton 


Hardin 


London 


Madison 


Keystone 


Jackson 


Londonderry 


Guernsey 


Kiilbourne 


Delaware 


Long Bottom 


Jleigi 


Killbuck 


Holmes 


Long Run 


Licking 


Kilgore 
Kimbolton 


Carroll 


Loos 


Sandusky 


Guernse}' 


Loramie's 


Shelby 


Kinderhook 


Pickaway 


Lords town 


Trumbull 


Kingston 


Rosa 


Lottridge 


Athens 


Kingston Center 


Delaware 


Londonville 


Ashland 


Kingsvillc 


Ashtabula 


Louisvill* 


Stark 


Kinsmans 


Trumbull 


Loveland 


Clermont 


Kipton 
Kirby 


Lorain 


Lovett's 


Adams 


Wyandott 


Lovett's Groye 


Wood 



Post Office, 



County. 



Lowell Washington 

l,o»L-llvil!e Mahoning 
Lowtr Linvrence Washington 

Lower Newport " 

Lower Salem " 

Lovilsville Belmoni 

Lueas Kichland 

LueasviUe Scioto 

Lueerne Knox 

Ludlow Miami 

Luke's Corners Williams 

Luniberton Clinton 

Lj-e Creek Hancoek 

Lyneliburg Highland 

Ijyiidon Station Rosa 

Lyons Fulton 

Ly-i Scioto 

JlcArthnr Vinton 

McOliiney Perry 

McCleary Noble 

McComb Hancock 

McConnellsville Morgan 
McCIoy's Station Jefferson 

McCutchenville Wyandott 

McDaniels Galli 

McD...nald Hardin 

tfoDuualdsville Stark 
McK wen's f/^ Roads Morrow 

Mc''ill Paulding 

kfcKay Ashland 

'jal'ee's Jackson 

itaeedon Mercer 

Uaeedonia Depot Summit 

(facou Lake 

Uadison Morrow 

Hadisonburg Wayne 

rfadiionville Hamilton 

>Iag"»lia Stark 

faun lUe Warren 

ifalaga Monroe 

Pallet Creek Medina 

ijalta Morgan 

lalvern Carroll 

■lauohester Adams 

lanstield Richland 

lantua Portage 

fautua Station " 

laple Brown 

lajdeton Stark 

larathou Clermont 

larlde Fumaje Adams 

(arcy Fairheld 

larengo Morrow 

[aria Stein Mercer 

[arietta Washington 

[arion Marion 

(arits Morrow 

[ark Logan 

larlborough Stark 

Marseilles Wrandott 

arshall Highland 

arshallsville Wayne 

arshfield Athens 

artinsburj Knox 

artm's Ferry Belmont 

artinsville Clinton 

arysville Union 

ason Warren 

assiUon Stark 

asterton Monroe 

aumee City Lucas 

aximo Stark 

axville Perry 

axwell Delaware 

aytield Cuyahoga 

ay Hill Adams 
lysville Columbiana 

eadow Branch Jackson 

eans Harrison 

3cca Trumbull 
jchanicsburg Champaign 

'chauicstowu ^Carroll 

?dill Athen 

idiua Medina 

jdoc Hamilton 

idway Clark 

ligs' Creek Morgan 
iigsviUe 

:lmore Seneca 

ndon Mercer 

ntor ['Lake 

ircerville Gallia 
roz Jluskingum 

sopotamia Trumbull 

tamora Fulton 

xico Wyandott 

ami Hamilton 
ami City Montgomery 

amiburg " 

imiville Clermont 

idle Branch Stark 

ddlebourn tfuorensey 



Post Office. 



POST OFFICES — OHIO. 



Middleburg 

Middlebury 

Jliddle Creek 

Middle Fork 

Middle Field 

Middle Point 

Middleport 

Sliddle Spring 

Middletown 

Mifflin 

Jlifliinville 

Milau 

Mil ford 

MiUord Center 

Mil ford ton 

Millbrook 

Millbury 

Milldale 

Mill Grove 

Millers 

Millersburg 

Millers port 

Miller's Station 

Millerstown 

Millfield 

Milligan 

Millport 

Millwood 

Milncrsville 

Milo 

MiUville 

Milton 

Milton Centre 

Miltonsburg 

Mineral 

Mineral Point 

Miiieral Ridge 

Minersville 

Jringo 

Minerva 

Minster ^i.iKinite 

Mitchell's Saltworks Jefferson 



County. 

Cuyahoga 
Summit 
Noble 
Hocking 
Geaugu 
\ an Wert 
Meigs 
Allen 
Butler 
Ashland 
Fra n k I i n 
Erie 
Clernuiiit 
Union 
Knox 
VViiyne 
Wood 
Defiance 
Morgan 
Lawrence 
Holmes 
Fairfield 
Harrison 
Champaign 
Atliens 
Tuscarawas 
Columbian 
Knox 
Guernsey 
Defiance 
Butler 
Mahoning 
Wood 
Monroe 
Athens 
Tuscarawas 
Trumbull 
Meigs 
Vinton 
Stark 
Auglaize 



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Poat Office, 



County. 



Mogudore 

Mohawk Village 

Moliican 

Monclova 

Monroe 

Monroe Center 

Monroe Mills 

MonroeviUe 

Montauk 

Monterey 

Montezuma 

.^lontgomery 

Muntpelier 

Montra 

Montrose 

Montville 

Moons 

Moonville 

Moore's Salt Works 

Moorcland 

Moorefield 

Morgan 

Morgan's Fork 
Miirgauville 
Morning Sun 
Jlorristown 
Morrisville 
Morrow 
Moscow 
Moscow Mills 
Moss Run 
Moultrie 
Moulton 
Mount Airy 
Mount Blanehard 
Mount Blanco 
Mount Carniel 
Mount Carrick 
Mount I'laton 
.Mount Ephraim 
Mount (rilcafl 
Mount IleaUliy 
Blount Heron 
Mount Holly 
Mount Hope 
Mount Liberty 
Mount Olive 
Mount Orab 
Mount Perry 
Mount Pisgah 
Mount Plea-sant 
Mount Sterling 
Mount Union 
Mount Vernon 
Afount Victory 
Mount Washington 
Mowrystown 
Muchinippo 
Mulberry 
Mulberry Corners 



Summit 

Coshocton 

Asliland 

Lucas 

Butler 

Ashtabula 

Knox 

Huron 

Hamilton 

Clermont 

Mercer 

Hamilton 

Williams 

Shelby 

Summit 

Geauga 

Fayjtte 

Vinton 

Jefferson 

Wayne 

Harrison 

Aslttabula 

Pike 

ilorgaii 

Preble 

Belmont 

Clinton 

WarroD 

Clermont 

'•'urgau 

Washington 

Columbiana 

Auglaize 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Meigs 

Clermont 

Jlonroe 

Wavn.i 

Noble 

Morrow 

Hamilton 

Darke 

Warren 

Holmes 

Knox 

Clermont 

Brown 

Perry 

Clermont 

Jefferson 

Madison 

Stark 

Xniix 

Hardin 

Hamilton 

Highland 

Logan 

Clermont 

Ocauga 



Munnsville Coshocton 

N;^"-" Cha,^.i,„ 

N-'-'ia A,hi:n': 

Nashport MuskinguL 

Navarre ,;(^, 

Nebraska Pick.waj 

XelsonviUe ^^ 

x,'-P'""'^' Mercer 

Nettle Lake William, 

Nevada Wyandott 

^"^l"" Clermont 

SJ"''"„ in.hlaud 

^cw Albany Mahoning 

New Alexander Columbiana 

New Alexandria J.-fferson 

New Antioeb Clinton 

J;'^»">k Licking 

New Athens HarrisoS 

Wew J*altiniure Siark 

New Havana Henry 

New Bedford Coshocton 

New Berlin Slink 

New Bluomington Marion 

New Bremen AugUixt 

Newburg Cnvahoga 

New Burlington Clinton 

Newbury Geaug, 

New Cahlornia I'uion 

New Carlisle Clark 

Newcastle Coshocton' 
NewChanibersburgColumbiaua 

New Comerstown Tuscarawas 

New Concord Muskingum 

NcwCorwin Highland 

New Cumberland Tiisearawa* 

New Uovi r Lniou 

New Kngland Aihenj 

New Franklin Stark 

New Garden Columbiana 

New (Juilt'ord Cushnctun 

New Ha(;erstown Carroll 

New Hampshire Auiluue 

New H.unniiiy Brow u 

New Harrisburg Cirrull 

New Haven Ifuruu 

New Holland Pickaway 

New Hope Urowu 

New Jasper Grv«uv 

New Kuoxvillc Auglaiic 

New Lebanon Montgomery 

New LeMiiL'tou Pjrrv 

New Lisbou Co)unil> 

New London J! 

New Lyme Ashi.i: .._ 

New Madison J>ark 



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North B«ataa 
North IWrae 
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I NortbU«orgtu>a 
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North Kiduc 
North H|.lr-T'!>? 

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Norths;., Si.U 
North Sulott 
North :S|.fiagie>d 

North .Sur 

North SwifburK 

North luioDtowa 

Northun 
I North Wa>bin;tuB 

North Hell 
I Norton 

Norton Center 

Nurwalk 

Norwich 

Nottingham 

Nova 

Oaklicid 

Oak H.rbor 

Oak Mill 

Uaklaud 

Uuk RiJn 
[OLerLn 
{Oceula 
I Odcua 
OjMoo 
OM'. TowB 
Oil l>iain«. 
Okeana 
Old lllekorr 
Olena 
Olrntanxr 
Oliro 

OHtc nranck 
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New Market 



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New Marfiiisbiirg P 

New Matauioras Wa.-hiii. 

NewMiddletowu Mali' i 

New Mil ford Pm 

I New Moscow Cijsb > 

New Palestine Clcrr. 

New Paris I'l 

New Petersburg Hi|Cb 
New PhilndelpTiia Tuscar.i 

New Pittsburg W . 

New Plymouth Vt i 

Newport Wa*bn-. 

New I'ortiige Sun.. 

N»W PrnapeOt W . 

New Richland I. 

New Richmond Clem 

New Rochester \'i 

New Ruiuley Ham- i 

New Salem F.itr" 

New SouHTiet ' 

Now Springfield V 

Ncwtou Falls 1 : 

Nentiiivillo Clermont 

Newville |{ieM«nd 

Newtown H 

Now Vicuna 

New Washington < 

New Waterlord Columl.iaa 

New Way LirkloK 

Now Wostfleld W .....1 

Now Winchester Craw: 

Nev |V»fl.\' 

NiiholsTillo (" 

Niles 1 

Nimisila 

Noble Notic 

Noblesvillt Noble 

Nonpar il Knot 

Norriitiwn ('•rroll 

North Bau I.<:aod OlUwa 



Oluiitcu 
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POST OFFICES OHIO. 



/>-,.i( Office. 

P itterson 
i'liuliliiig 
Payne 
Piinl'i'iton 

r.ii'iK-tiju 

P.nticUl 

Poiiinsiila 

PijniisviUe 

PL-rursJIilU 

Poroto 

Pciry 

Pi'rvysburg 

Pcrryiuii 

Pcrr'vville 

Peru 

Pi'tcrsbur;; 

Pntisvillu 

P<'ti.iis:n!t 

Pliarisljurg 

PhL'li..s 

Plicuix 

Pliilaiithropy 

Philipsburg 

Philo 

Pitkfrington 

PickerL-ltown 

Pierce 

Pierpont 

Pike 

Piketon 

Pikesvillo 

Pileher 

Pine Grove 

Pioneor 

I'iiiua 

Pis-;ih 

Pittstield 

Plain 

Plainiield 

Plaiuville 

Plank Road 

Plalo 

Plactsville 

Pleiisant Cornei'S 

Pleasant Hill 

Pleasant Plain 

Pleasant Ridgo 

Pleasant Run 

l*Sea-santon 

Pleasant Valley 

PleasantviUe 

Plimpton 

Plymouth 

Poast Town 

POB 

Point Isabel 
Po.nt Pleasant 
Poland 
Pelk 
Pomeroy 
Pond 
PintiaC 
P^Hilai- 
Poplar Ridge 
Portage 
Portage Center 
I'lrt Clinton 
Porter 
PortersviUe 
Port Homer 
Portland 
PortsniovUh 
Port I'nion 
Port Wiuliington 
Port William 
Poisilam 
Powell 
» Powellsville 
Powhatan Point 
Prairie Depot 
Prairieville 
Prait 
I'reston 
I'ricetowu 
Primrose 
l*rineeton 
Propjtville 
Prospect 
Provilenoe 
]'u;.'h 
Pulaski 
Pulaskiville 
Put- in Bay 
Putnam 
Pyrmt.int 
Quaker Bottom 
Oniney 
Kucine 

Raccoon Island 
Radnor 
BuiUsboio' 



County. 



Delaware 
Paulding 

Shelby 

Putnam 

Lorain 

Summit 

Morgan 

Tuscarawas 

Clermont 

Ashland 



Lickini; 

Ashland 

Huron 

Mahoning 

Fulton 

Henry 

Union 

Ashtabula 

Ashtabula 



Post Office. 



Randolph 
Rapids 
Rarden 
Ravenna 

RawsonviU© 
Kavmouds 
RaVs 
Reading 
Red Lion 
Re id's 
Reed's Mills 
Lake ] Reedsbiirg 
Wood , Reedtown 
ReedsviUo 
Reesville 
Rii,:;neir*s Mills 
Rehoboth 
Relley 
Reinersville 
Remson's Corners 
Reuroek 
Repuldic 
Butler ( Republican 
Jeft'erson 1 Revnoldsburg 
Muskingum | Riclifield 
Fairfield : Richmond 

Logan ' Richmond Center 
Stark ' Richmond Dale 
Ashtabula i Richwood 
Perrv I Ridgeland 
Pike'Ridgeville 
Darke ! Ridgeville Corners 
Belmont' Riga 

(Jallia] Riuehart 
Williams Ringgold 
Miami ! Rio Grande 
Butler; Ripley 
Lorain i Ripleyville 
Wayne ' River Styx 
Coshocton] Rives 
llamilton Rix's Mills 
Belmont Robertsville 
Lorain Robtown 
Shelby Rochester Depot 
Franklin Rocksford 
Miami Rock Camp 
Warren Rock House 
Hamilton ] Rockport 
Hamilton 1 Rocky Fork 
Athena 1 Rocky Hill 
Morgan Rock Oak 
Fairfield Rodney 

Holmes Rugersville 
Richland Rokeby 
Butler RoUersville 
Medina Rome 
Clermont Rootstown 

' * Roscoe 

Mahoning Rose 
Ashland Rosedale 
Meigs Rose H.U 
Geauga Roseville 
Huron j Ross 
Crawford ; Rosseau 

Darke : Round Bottom 
Wood j Itound Head 
Hancock Rows 

Ottawa Rowvillo 
Delaware Roxabell 



Count!/- 

Portage 

Scioto 

Portage 

Lorain 

In ion 

Jacksou 

Hamilton 

Warren 

Paulding 

Vintou 

Wayne 

Seneca 

Sleigs 

Clinton 

AV'ashington 

Perry 

Buller 

Morgan 

Medina 



Noble Seott 



Post Office. 

Salineville 

Salt Creek 

Saltillo 

Samautha 

Samsonville 

Sandusky 

Sandy 

Sandy ville 

Saralisville 

Sardinia 

Sard is 

Savannah 

Saw Mill 

Saybrook 

Schoolcy's Station 

Scio 

Seioto 

Scioto Furnace 

Sciotoville 

Scotch Ridge 



Seneca Scott Town 
Darke Scroggsfield 
Franklin Seal 
Summit Sego 
Jeft'erson Selma 
Ashtabula Senecaville 
Ross Seven Mile 
Union Seven Jlile Prairie 
Henry Sewellsville 
Warren Sliade 
Henry Shadevillo 
Lucas Shalersville 
Anglaizo Shaler's Mills 
Morgan Shanandoah 
Gallia Shane's Crossin 
Brown Shanesville 
Huron Sharon 
Medina Sharon Center 
Richland Sharonville 
Muskingum Shaucks 
Stark Sheffield 
Pickaway Shettield Lake 
Lorain Shelby 
Tuscarawas Sheplierdstowa 
Lawrence Sherman 

Hocking Sherodsville 
Cuyahoga Shields' 
Licking Shiloh 
Jackson Short Creek 
Athens Shreve 
G.tllia Sicily 
Tuscarawas Sidney 

Slorgan Silver Creek 
Sandusky Silver Run 
Ashtabula Sinking Spring 

Portage Sixteen Mile Stand 
Coshocton Skeel's y. Roads 
Carrol' Sligo 
Sladison .^loan's Station 



CoMnly. 

Columbiana 
Holmes 

Highland 

Jackson 

Eiie 

Columbiana 

Tuscarawas 

Noble 

Brown 

Monroe 

Ashland 

Seneca 

Ashtabula 

Ross 

Harrison 

Scioto 

Seioto 

Scioto 

Wood 

Adams 

Lawrence 

Carroll 

Wyandott 

Perry 

Clark 

Guernsey 

Butler 

Darke 

Belmont 

Athens 

Franklin 

Portage 

Knox 

Richland 

Mercer 

Tuscarawas 

Noble 

Medina 

Hamilton 

Morrow 

Lorain 



Post Office. 

Staunton 

Stemburg 

Stelvideo 

Steuben 

Steubeuville 

Stillwater 

Stockport 

Stone Creek 

Storrs 

Stouts 

Stoutsville 

Stovertown 

Strasburg 

Straitsville 

Streetsborough 

Strongsville 

Stryker 

Suffield 

Sugar Grove 

Sugar Ridge 

Sugar Tree Ridge 

Sullivan 

Sulphur Spring 

Summerficld 

Summerford 

Summit 

Summitville 

Sunbury 

Swan 

Swan Creek 

S wanton 

Sweet Wine 

Sycamore 

Sylvania 

Sylvia 

Symmes' Corner 

Symmes' Run 

Syracuse 

Tallmadge 

Tampico 

Tank Town 

Tappau 

Tariton 

Tawawa 

Taylor's Center 

Taylor's Creek 

Taylorsville 

Teegardiu 

Tedrow 

Temperance ville 

Terre Haute 

Texas 

Thivener 

Thompson 

Tbornville 



County. 



isi 



:■- 



Perry 
Jeflerson 
Mei 



Roxbury 
Uoyal Oak 
Royalton 



Scioto Ruggles 



Butler Rural 
Tuscarawas Rural Dale 
Clinton Rush Creek 
Sliami Rush 
Delaware Rush Run 
Scioto Rushville 
Belmont Rushsylvania 
Wood Russell 
Erie Russell's Place 
Shelby Russellville 
Hamilton Russell's Station 
Highland Rutland 
Williams Sabina 

Butler Saint Charles 
Pickaway Saint Clair 

Marion [ Saint Clairsville 
Lucas j Saint Henry's 
Belmont i Saint John's 
Williams I Saint Joseph 
Morrow I Saint Joseph College Perry 
Ottawa I Saint Louisville Licking 

JIuskingum ISaiut Martin's 



Darke 

Muskingum 

Butler 

Morgan 

^lonroc 

Hardin 

Ashland 

Licking 

Ross 

Jforgan 

Paulding 

Fairfield 

Ashland 

Clermont 

Muskingum 

Union 

Tuscarawas 

Jert"ers')n 

Fairfield 

Logan 

Geauga 

Lawrence 

Brown 

Highland 

Meigs 

Clinton 

Butler 

Columbiana 

Belmont 

Mercer 

Auglaize 

Williams 



Smithfield 

Sraithfield Station 

Smitli Road 

SmithviUe 

Smyrna 

Snow HiU 

Solon 

Somerset 

Soinerton 

Somerville 

Sonora 



Richland 
Belmont 

H u ro n 

Carroll 
Belmont 
Richland 
Harrison 

Wayne 
Highland 

Shelby 

Hardin 
Meigs 
Highland [ Three Locusts 
Hamilton 

Mercer 

Clinton 

Jeftersou 

Jeft'erson 

Mahoning 

Medina 

W ay ne 

Harrison 

Clinton 

Cuyahoga 

Perrv 



Montgomery 

Lawrence 

Logan 



Saint Mary' 
Saint Paris 
Saint Paul's 
Jleigs 1 Sairo 
GalliaiSalesville 
Delaware i Salem 
H ighUnd 1 Saleni Center 



Bro\\ n 

Auglaiz* 

Champaign 

Pickaway 

Muskingum 

Guernsey 

Columbiana 



Thurman 
Tiffin 

Tippecanoe 
Tiro 

Tiverton 
Tobosco 
Todd's 
Toledo 
Tompkins 
Tontogany 
Torch 
Townsend 
Belmont] Towns 'nd Station 
Butler Trail Run 
Muskingum Tradersville 
South Arlington Montgomery ! Tramiuility 
South Itioomtield Pickaway i Transit 
South Bloomingville Hocking Tremont 
South Cnarleston Clark | Trenton 

Southiiiirton Trumbull Triadelphia 

Lake 
Gallia 
Noble 
Hocking 
Fn\ ette 
Tiawrenee 
Ashtabula 
Ross 
Madison 
Geauga 
Allen 
Morrow 
Medina 
Guernsey 
Warren 
Hamilton 
Clark 
Cbauipaign 
Williams 
Coshocton 
(Jreene 
Monroe 
Putnam 
Hocking 
Trumbull 
Harrison 



South Kirkland 
South New Castle 
South Olive 
South Perry 
South Plvmouth 
South Point 
South Ridge 
South Salem 
South Solon 
South Thompson 
South Warsaw 
Sparta 
Sjiencer 
Spencer Station 
Springl'orough 
Spring Dale 
Springfield 
Spring Hills 
Spring Lake 
Spring Mountain 
Spring Vail -y 
Stafldrd 
Stanley 
Starr 
State Line 



MeigslStation Fifteen 



Trimble 

Troy 

Trumbull 

Tully 

Tunnell 

Tupper's Plains 

Tuscarawas 

Twenty Jlile Stand 

Twinsburg 

Tymochtee 

Tyrone 

Uhricksville 

Underwood's 

Union 

Union Plain 

Union Port 

Union Town 

Uuionville 

Unionville Center 

Uniopolis 

Unity 

UpdegraB'9 

Upper Sandusky 

Upshur 

Urbana 

Utica 



Fayette 
Ashtiibula 
Darke 
Huron 
Jefterson 
Tuscarawas 
Morgan 
Tuscarawas 
Hamilton 
Adams 
Fairiield 
Muskingum 
Tuscarawas 
Perry 
Portage 
Cuval;oga 
Williams 
Portage 
FairlieTd|'> 
Putnam 
Highland!" 
Ashland fi 
Crawiord [> 
Noble 
Madison 
Summit ii 
Columbian* 
Delaware [' 
Vintou '1 
Gallia 
Lnca 
Hamilton 
Wyandott 
Luca: II 
Hardin 
Butlei '> 
Lawr-'nci 
Mei.g- 
Sumuiii 
Uarkifi 
Dil.wat 
Harrisoifi: 
Pickawaj 'i 
SheU ' 'd 
Unioi ii 
Hamiltoifi 
Montgfimer; 
PicUawaJ"' 
Fultoi 
Belinon 
Champaigi 
Henr 
Gallr 
Geaug 
Perr 
Mario 
Gain 
Senec 
Harriso . 
Crawfor '\ 
Coshoctoft 
Lickin 
Morga 
Luca 
Hamilto 
Woo 
Ather 
Sandusk 
Huro ' 
Monri 
Madiso 
Adan 
Hamilto 
Clar 
Butl. I 
Morga 
Athei 
Mianf, 
Ashtabu 
Van We 
Wa3hingt({.; 

Mei; 

Tuscaraw: i 

Warrc 

Summ I 

AV'yando 

Coshoct< 

Tuscaraw 

Marii 

Montgome; 

Brov 

Jeffers< 

Belmo 

La 

Uni. 

Auglai 

Columbia 

Jefl'ers' 

Wyand( 

Pret 

Champai 

Licki 



POST OFFICES— 0REG0N--PENNSYLVAN1A. 



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'aiigontr'a Ripple 
'a;;r;iin 
'ahoo 

'rtifs Suitioa 
'akatuiiika 
'ak'.'Uiau 
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alos 

"allionding 
:alKT 
'aluut 

'alnut Crook 
alnut Mill 
raluiit Kiilge 
rapakotitjLa 
I'aruock 
jar polo 
larr^'u 
iaiTensville 
arroutuu 
;irsa\v 
asliington 
asliington C. 11. 
ashiuirtouville 
iitort'Mi-d 
aterloo 

atsou'3 Station 
atertown 
aterville 
atkius 
attsville 
auseoa 
tavcrly 
ayiiesburg 
ayuestield 
ayuesville 
ubster 
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Uorsville 

Uingtou 
ellsville 
elslitield 

I'.v 
est Alexandria 
est Andnvor 
est Baltimore 
est Barrv; 
est B\,*dturd 
estlturo' 

lest Bnd'ii'\v;iter 
est Brookt\eld 
est ButiLilo 
est Cairo 
est Canaan 
est Carlisle 
est Charleston 
esi Oliester 
est I'jtktoii 
esteru Star 

erviUc 
esttield 
est Florence 
est Fremont 
est lailependenc 

t Jefferson 
est Lafayette 
est Baneaster 
est Lebanon 
est Liberty 

Lodi 
e?t Muaeliester 
est MaustieM 
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est Jlill Grove 
2st Milton 
estminster 
eston 

est Xewton 
sst Point 



Count !/. 

Morrow 

Meii^s 

Liekiiig 

Haneoek 

Moutgoniers 

lianeoek 

Delaware 

VanW'er, 

Pntnani 

E r i 

Trumbull 

^Vashiiigtoii 

Daike 

Trumbull 

Clarke 

Ross 

M'ashingtoii 

Adams 

Gallia 

Vinton 

Wasbiugtoii 

Jledlua 

Adams 

LiekiuL; 

Aladisou 

Seiotii 

Coshocton 

Huron 

Alarion 

Gallia 

Coshocton 

Ross 

Fairfield 

Holmes 

Hamilton 

(Jallia 

Auglaiic 

Belmont 

AV vaiidott 

Trumbull 

Cuyahoga 

Jefferson 

Cosliocton 

Guernsey 

Fayette 

Columbiana 

Washington 

Gallia 

Seneca 

Washington 

Lucas 

Union 



I'uit Ofice. 



County t 



West Rnshville 

West Sonera 

West Salem 

West Union 

West Unity 

West View 

Westville 

We 

West Wind 

West Woodville 

West Zanesville 

Weymouth 

\\'hario !sbnr 

Wheat Kidj; 

Whcelersbu 

Whetstone 

VVhigvilie 

Wbipstown 

White Cotta 



Fairfield 

Pieble 

Wayne 

Adams 

Williams 

Cuyahoga 

Champai^;n 

Wilhamsfield Ashtabula 

Richland 

Clermoni 

Muskingum 

Medina 

Wyandot: 

Adams 

Scioto 

Morrow 

Noble 

Perry 

^Tuskngum 



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\\ hite Eye's Plains Coshocton 
White House Lucas 

White Oak Fayette 

White Sulphur Springs 

Delaware 
Whittlesey 
Wickliffe 
U'i ley's Station 
WilkesviUe 
Wilkius 
Wilkin's Run 
VViUetville 
Williamsburg 
Williams' Center 
Williamsfield 



Williamsport 
Wiilouglibv 
Willow' Wood 
Whartonsburg 
W i I sryv i 1 1 e 
Wilshire 
Wilmington 
Wilson's Mills 
^V'ilson's Station 
Winameg 
Winchester 
Windham 
Windham Station 
W i ndsor 
Winesburg 
Windtield 
Winter's Station 
Wintersville 
Withamsville 
Carroll | Wittens 
Fulton Woodbury 
Pike Woadingtoft 
Stark {Wood G^o^■e 
Auglaize j Woodstield 
Warren I Wood's Station 
Darke I Woodstock 
WoodvievF 
Woodville 
Woodland 
Woi.d Yard 
Wooster 
^ Worth 
Pi-eble I Worthington 
Ashtabula Wy nant 
Montgomery | Wyanuott 
Fulton 1 Xenia 
Cosliocton ! Yankee Rid:? 

Clinton I Yankeetown 
WilHam> I \elloH- Bud 

Stark I Yellow P..ud 
Williams j Yellow Sovings 
Allen I YelvL-rtou 
Madison > \'ork 
Coshocton i Young Hickory 
Miami : Young's Jlills 
Butler Voungstowu 
Preble ' Youngsville 
Sammit I'/aK-.^ki 
Franklin IZauestield 
Morrow j Zanesville 
Preble iZeno 
Sandusky ! Zimmerman 
JIaueock j Zoar 
^ladison Zoar Statioa 



Belmont 

Crawford 

Lorain 

Columbiana 

Geauga 

Washington 



Medina 

Lake 

Darke 

Vinton 

Union 

Licking 

Higliland 

Clermont 

Williams 

Ashtabula 

Pickaway 

Lake 

Lawrenie 

Wyiindott 

l3eti incu 

Van Wert 

Clinton 

Cuvahoga 

Clinton 

Fulton 

Guernsey 

Portage 

Ashtabula 

Holmes 

Tuscarawas 

Sandusky 

Jefterson 

Clermont 

Monroe 

Wood 

Darke 

Morgan 

Monroe 

Butler 

Champaign 

Morrow 

Sandusky 

Darke 

Athens 

Wavne 

PJrry 

Franklin 

Shelby 

Wyandott 

Greene 

Cosbi>ct<in 

Dirku 

]^)SS 

Ross 
Greene 
Hardin 
Union 
Muskingum 
.Monroe 
Malioningj 
.Adams 
Vinton 
Logan 
Miinkingum I 
Muikinguni | 
(ireene 
Tuscarawtf 



Coshocton 

Fayette 

Wayne 

Logan 

Seneca 

Preh\e 

Logan 

Logan 

Wood 

Miami 



I'oH Office. 

Belpassi 

lllooniington 

Ilridge|Hjrt 

Brownsville 

Itatenville 

Champoag 

Cheteo 

Cole's Valley 

Oorvallis 

Cottage Grovo 

D.illas 

Dayton 

D amond Hill 

Klklon 

I'jllenberg 

Kmpire City 

lOola 

I'.tna 

Eugene City 

Fairtield 

Forest (Jrovo 

I'ranklin 

Freedom 

Galeville 

Glad Tidingn 

Grand Ronde 

Harrisburg 

llillsboro' 

Hood River 

Independence 

Jacksonville 

Kellogg's 

Kirby 

Kin^r's Valley 

Lackamute 

Lafayette 

Lawn vVrbor 

Lebanon 

Leiand 

Liberty 

I/ocus( Grove 

Long Tom 

MeMiunvillfl 

Milwaukie 

Monmouth 

Myrtle Creek 

N eedy 

Xorth Canyonejllc 

North Yam Hill 

Oakland 

Oregon City 

Oswego 

Peoria 

Phenix 

Pine 

Pleasant HiM 

I'Uim Valley 

Portland 

Port OrforJ 

Randloph 

Uockpoiat 

Ivoseburg 

Ko>iQd Pruirie 

St Clair 

St. Helen 

Salem 

SaltCrecW 

Sandy 

Santiam City 

Seio 

Scottsbur; 

Siuslaw 

Silverion 

Slate Crek 

.Souvics lil.iTi.l 

.•ipringvill' 

Start's Point 

Snblintitv 

The Dalle ■ 

rmp'|tia Ci:y 

Valfonlis 

Wiiaeopoiu 

Wapuloo 

Waldo 

Willi^imOi:r? 

Williamelt. I 

WilUnun. 

Winehtitir 

Youeall I 



County. 
Clarion 

Polk 

Polk 

Linu 

Marii>n 

M-iriuii 

Curry 

Duugliu 

UeniOD 

Lane 

Polk 

Yam Hill 

Linn 

t mp'pia 

Curry 

Cuu> 

I'olk 

PoU 

L,iu 

MarioD 

Washiuglou 

Lane 

Donglan 
Clackanisj 

Polk 

Linn 

W;uhingtou 

Wa^feopum 

Polk 

.Taeksun 
Uoipiina 

JosrphiUi 

Benton 
Polk 
Yam Hill 
Polk 
Linn 
Josephine 
Benton 
Vmp<|ui 
Lane 
Yam Hill 
Clackamas 
Polk ' 
DoqkIiu I 
Clackamas I 
DonclasI 
Yum Hill 
Douglas 
CUekumiu I 

Linn 
.1 aek^on I 
Lii:nl 
Lane 
Polk I 
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Marion 

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Adams 

Adauisburg W 
AdalnstoM n 
Aduiu4vtlle 

Adiilftvu 

Amea'i llilU 

Airy Dale 

AkeriTille 

Alba 

Albany 

AllKTta 

AlbtoQ 

AlbriKhliiriU* 

Ald.biill« 

Alexandr a 

Alletrbany 

AlKvhauv Oridat 

All,-n ■ 

.\ll utown 

.MlenjTille 

.Alsace 

Altuuna 

.Alum Bank 

Alvan 

Alvira 

.AmIierMD'i Vallc 

Amity 

.Aunbiniink 

Aiiandult- 

-AndaliiMa 

Aiidtrsouturfl 

Audurtoii't H:\\t 

Audei% illc 

Andora 

.Annin Crtck 

Annville 

AaioDVille 

An tea 

AntiatoiTB 

A|>ullo 

Applebark>r:ll« 

Ap|.le Gruic 

Ararat 

Arclibald 

.Arch .Spiinj 

ArcudUiillc 

Ariel 

Aimaa;h 

.Arroyo 

.Arftcoal 

Ashland 

.Aitlum 

Athena 

Aikin>on'i Mill 

.AttleboroiifL 

Auburn 

Auburn C-r--- ■ 

Aukuio V 

Auf haic . 

Au«ual« .'^ 

Avon 

Avondale 

Ayen 

Ayer* Uill 



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Laai»«icr 

Ctm«(a«4 

V««aB(* 
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Lv*icr»« 

Kri. 

CatkM 

UajM 

II*nlin«4Mi 

McKtaa 

CjaiWrias4 

UktBh 

U,m>m 

Ibtki 

Blair 

R^r.r4 

Jrlcr*>a 

L« naiiBf 

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Waakia«t*a 

M..r*« 

U^^iUr 

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Petry 

BaiUr 

P.rr» 

Pkllad.liiku 

McKwa 

Lck«B*a 

ClrariUl4 

C<aur 

BUir 

ArB«ttaa< 

Backs 

Y.rk 

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L«i«ra« 

Btais 

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POST OFFICES PENNSYLVANIA. 



Post Office. 

Bearertown 

Beaver Valley 

Beclitelsville 

Beck's Mills 

iieekersville 

Bedford 

Bedminster 

Beech Bottom 

Beech Creek 

Belfast 

Belknap 

Bella Sylva 

Bellefonte 

Belleniunte 

Belle Valley 

lielle Vernuu 

Bellcview 

Belleville 

Bendersville 

Benvenue 

Benezette 

Beuford's Store 

Benner 

Bentley Creek 

Bentleyville 

Benton 

Benzinger 

Berkley's 

Berlin 

Berlin Center 

Berlinsville 

Bermudiuu 

Bernville 

Berrjsburg 

Berwick 

Bethany 

Bethel 

Bethel Station 

Bethlehem 

Bethesda 

Big Bend 

Bigler 

Big Ran 

Big Spring 

Bingham 



County. 

Snyder 

Columltia 

Berks 

"Wasliington 

Berks 

Bert lord 

Bucks 

Elk 

CI utou 

Northampton 

Armstrong 

Wyoming 

Center 

Lancaster 

Erie 

Fayette 

Lelianon 

Jlifflin 

Adams 

Daupliin 

Elk 

Somerset 

Center 

Bradford 

Wasliington 

Columbia 

Elk 

Somerset 

Wayne 

Northampton 

Adams 

Berks 

Dauphin 

Columbia 

Wayne 

Berks 

Cambria 

Northampton 

Lancaster 

Venango 

Adams 

Jellerson 

Cumberland 

Potter 



Post Office. 



County. 



Binkley's Bridge Lancaster 
Birchardsville Siisquehannah 
Birdsboro' Berks 

Birmingham Huntingdon 

Black Ash Crawford 

Black CreeU Luzerne 

Black Fox Clarion 

Black Hawk Beaver 

Black Horse Chester 

Black Lick Mills Indiana 

Blain Perry 

Blairsville Indiana 

Blakcly Luzerne 

Blanket Hill Armstrong 

Blockley Philadelphia 

Bloody Run Bedford 

Bloomfield Crawford 

Bloming Valley " 

Bloomsburg Columbia 

Bloomville Clearfield 

Blossburg Tioga 

Bloscrville Citmberland 

Blue Ball Lancaster 

Blue Bell Montgomery 

Blue Mountain Northampton 
Blue Rock Chester 

Boalsburg Center 

Bodinesville Lycoming 

Boiling Spring Camberland 
Bolivar Westmoreland 

Booth Corner Delaware 

Boquette AVestmoreland 

Bossardsville Monroe 

Boston Northampton 

Bovard's Store Butler 

Bower Clearfield 

Bower Hill Washington 

Bower's Station Berks 

Bowman's Creek Wyoming 
Bowmansville Lancaster 

Boyerstown Berks 

Brackney Susquehaunah 

Eraddocic's Field Alleghany 
Bradeuville Westmoreland 
Bradford McKean 

Brady Indiana 

Brady's Bend Armstrong 

Braiutrem Wyoming 

Branch Dale Scluiylkill : 

BranchJunctionWestmoreland ' 
Brandywine Manor Chester 



Breakneck 

Breinigsville 

Brickerville 

Bridesburg 

Bridgeport 

Bridge Valley 



Butler 

Lehigh 

Lancaster 

Philadelphia 

Montgomery 

Bucks 



Bridgewater Buck-s 

Brinkertou Clarion 

Bristol Bucks 

Broad Axe Montgomery 
Broad Mountain Schuylr.ill 

Broad Top Huntingdon 

Brockwayville Jeflerson 

Broadhead Alleghany 

Brodbeck's York 

Brodheadville Monroe 

Brookdale Susquehannah 

Brookfield Tioga 

Brooklaud Potter 

Brooklyn Susquehannah 

Brookville Jehersou 

Brower Berks 

Brownington Butler 

Brownsburg Berks 

Brown's Mills Jeflersou 

Browntown Bradford 

Brownsville Fayette 

Bruin Butler 

Bnimfleldville Berks 

Brusli Creek Beaver 

Brush Run Washington 

Brush Valley Indiana 

Bryansville York 

Buchanan Alleghany 

Buck Lancaster 

Buck Horn Columbia 

Buckiugqam Bucks 

Buckstowu Somerset 

Bucksville Bucks 

Buck Valley Fulton 

Buena Vista Alleghany 

Buffalo Washington 

Buffalo Mills Bedford 
BuHalo Cross Roads Union 

Buffalo Run Center 

Bunker Hill Bucks 

Burgettstown Washington 

Burlington Bradford 

Burns Crawford 

Burnside Clearfield 

Burnt Cabins Fulton 

Burrell Westmoreland 

Bursonville Bucks 

Burtville McKean 

Bushkill Pike 
BuskKilnCenter Noi'thamptou 

Bustleton Philadelphia 

Butler Butler 

Butztown Northampton 

By berry Philadelphia 

Cabinet lloutgomery 

Caernavi-on Berks 

Cains Lancaster 

Caledonia . Elk 

Callensburg Clarion 

Cain Chester 

Calvin Haatingdon 

Camargo Lancaster 

Cambra Luzerne 

Cambridge Lancaster 

Cameron Clinton 

Campbellstown Lebanon 

Campbellviile Sullivan 

Camptown Bradford 

Canaan Wayne 

Canal Venango 

Candor Washington 

Canoe Greek Blair 

Cannonsburg Washington 

Canton Bradford 

Carbon Carbon 

Carbondale Luaerne 

Carlisle Cumberland 
Carlisle Springs Cumberland 

Carmichael's Greene 

Carrick Alleghany 
Carrick Furnace Franklin 

Carroll Clinton 

Carrolltown Cambria 

Carter Camp Potter 

Carter Hill Erie 

Carversville Bucks 

OBrverton Luzerne 

Cascade Wayne 

Cashtown Adams 

Cass Venango 

Cassvijle Ilnntingdon 

Castle Fin York 

Catasauqiia Lehigh 

Catawissa Columbia 

Catfish Fuvaace Clarion 

Cavettsvillo Westmoreland 

Cedar Run Lycoming 

Cedar Springs Clinton 

Central Columbia 

Center Perrj' 

Center Bridge Bucks 

Center Hall Center 



Font Office. 



County. 
Center 



Center Hill 
Center Line 

Center Moreinnd Wyoming 
Center Ron testation Crawford 

Center Square Montgomery 

Ctntertown Jlircir 

Center Valley Lehigh 

Cunterville Crawford 

Chadd'sFord Delaware 

Ciiambersburg Franklin 

Chambersville Indiana 

Chaucefbrd York 

Chandlerville Chester 

Chaueyville Bedford 

Cliapiuville Crawford 

Chapman Snyder 

Charleston Tioga 

Charlisville Bedford 

Cliartier Allegheny 

Chatham Cliester 

Chatham Run Clinton 

Chatham Valley Tioga 

Chelsea Delaware 

CheltL-nham Montgomery 

ChcnauL'o Lawrence 

Cherry Flats Tioga 

Cherry Hill Erie 

Cherry Ridge Wayne 

Cherry Tree Venango 

Cherry Valley Washington 
Cherryville Northampton 

Chesnut Grove Lycoming 

Chesnut Hill Philadelphia 

Chesnut Level Lancaster 

Chess Springs Cambria 

Chest Clearfield 

Chester Delaware 

Chester Springs Chester 

Chester Valley " 

Chesterville " 

Cheyney Delaware 
ChillisquaqueNorthumherland 
Choconut Susquehannah 

Christiana Lancaster 
Chulasky Northumberland 

Church Hill Luzerue 

Churchtown Lancaster 

Clara Potter 

Clarington Forest 

Clarion Clarion 

Clark Merctr 

Clarksburg Indiana 

Clark's Green Luzerne 

Clarksville Greene 

Claussville Lehigh 

Claysville Washington 

Clayton Berks 

Clearfield Clearfield 

Clearfield Bridge " 

Clear Spring Y'ork 

Cleai-ville Bedfojd 

Clermontville McKean 
Clifford Susquehiiunah 

Clifton Luzerne 

Clinton Alleghany 

Clinton Corner Wyoming 

Clintonville Venango 

Clokey Washington 

Clonmell Lancaster 

Coalmont Huntingdon 

Coal Port Indiana 

Coals Bluff Washington 

Coal Valley Alleghany 

Coatesville Chester 

Cocalico Lancaster 

Cochran's Mills Armstrong 

Cochransville Chester 

Coehrauton Crawford 

Codurus Y'ork 

Coflee Run Huntingdon 

Cogan House Lycoming 

Cogan Stati.in * ' 

Cold Spring Wayne 

Colebrook Lebanon 

Colebrookdale Berks 

Colemausville Lancaster 
Colerain 

Colerain Forge Huntingdon 

Colesburg Potter 

Cole's Creek Columbia 

Oollamer Chester i 

Columbia Lancaster! 
Columbia y. Roads Bradford 

Columbus Warren 

Commettsburg Washington 

Concord Frauklin 

Concordvillc Delaware 

Conestoga Lancaster 

Conneautville Crawford 

ConnellsviUe Fayette 

Conshohockca Jfontgomery 

Convngham Luzerne 



Post Office. Count n. 

Cook Er 

Cooksport Indi.i) 

Cook 's Run CliiiL* 

Cookstown Fayi'i 

Coolbaughs Mom 

Cool Spring Jeftti-' 

Coon Island Washinn 

Coopersburg Leb;. 

Cooperstown Venau 
Cornplauter 

Cornwall Lcbani 

Corsica Jefler- 

Corsons Lycomii 

Corydon Warr. 

Cosgrave Hall Unii 

Cottage Hunting'li 

Coultersville Bull 

Covesville Mom 

Covington Tiw, 

Cowansville Armstri.i 

Cowdersport Pott 

Coxtown Bcr 

Coyleville Butl 
Crab Tree Westmorel.u 

Cranberry Venaii: 

Oresson " Cambi 

Crussona Schuylki 

Crooked Creek Ti... 

Crooked Hill Montgomr, 
Cronover's Mills Huntingn 
CrossCreekVillage Washinur 

Cross Cut Lawrciit 
Cross Forks 
Crossingville 
Cross Kill Mills 
Cross Roads 
Crow's Mills 
Culley 
Culmerville 
Cumberland Valley 



CumminsviUe 

Cumra 

Curlsville 

Curtin 

Curwinsville 

Cush 

Cussawago 

Custards 

Daggett's Mills 

Dale 

Dalovilla 

Dallas 

Dallastown 

Dalmatia 

Damacus 

Danborough 

DanielsviUe 

Danville 

Darby 

Darlington 

Dauphin 

Davidsburg 

Davidson 

Davidson's Ferry 

Davidsville 

Davis 

Davisto wu 

Davisville 

Dawson 



Glints 

Crawfoi 

Ber 

Yo 

Greei 

Sulliv 

AUeghar 

Bedfo 



Huntingd< 
Berl 

Claric 
Dauphi 
Clearrtcr 

Crawfoi' 
»t 

Tiof 

Berl 

Luzeri 



Dayton 
Dav's Store 



Decatur 

Decker's Point 

Defranceville 

Delaware 

Delaware Grove 

Delaware Water Gap 

Delhi 

Dempseytowa 

Dent 

Derry Church 



Y'or 

Northumberlar 

Wayt 

Bucl 

Northamptc 

Montof 

Delawai 

Beavi 

Dauphi 

Yor 

SuUi 

Fayet 

Somersi 

Armstroc 

Greei 

Bucl 

Fayet* 

Armstroi 

Greei 



Dewart 

Dickinson 

Dillingersville 

Dillsburg 

Dill's Ferry 

Dilworthtown 



Mifil: 
Indiar 
Clintc 
Pil 
Merci 
Jlonn 
Indiai 
Veil an; 
Greet 
Dauphi 



Northumberlaij 

Cumberlar 

Lehig 

Y''or 

Northamptc 

Chesti 



Dimock Susquehanna 

erry Pil 



Dingman's F 

Dixmont 

Doc Run 

Dolington 

Donaldson 

Donation 

Donegal 



Donnally's Mills 

Dorrauc'e 

Dorseyville 

Double Sale 

Douglass 

Douglassvi'.U 

Dover 



Allcghan 
Chest! 'i 
Bucl H 
Schuylu) « 
Huntiugdv 
Westmorelar 



Per 

Luzeri 

AUesrhai 

Butl 

Montgome: 

B 

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POST OFFICES— PENNSYLVANIA. 



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I'u^i Office. County. Post Office. 



■*hur;i: 
-town 
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OiM r\ 'A Rua 

Drv liun 
Drvville 

'^ ■ iiiMilU 



I II no n 
Juru;i»3vi'le 

Jiuikard 
5iun»nre 

^uriiiinpsville 

>iuiii.->Mirg 

)'j'|iirsne 

>ur.ll 

)urli;im 

)url;LOk 

)ii-iliore 

)vl' Try 

Fnumlry 
1 ■•^inerc 
!;i«U^ville 
i:ikiii 
liu-Iville 
lu<i '!;irre 
a^t Berlin 
last lictlilehem 
Ja--*tbrook 
ast Cluirltstou 
last I''inloy 
last Freed'om 
last (ireeii 
last Hanover 
laat Hempfi-ld 
!ast HoniiT 
last Lil)erty 
last Nantmeal 
la«t I'lnu 
last Pine fJrovs 
ast Salem 
la'jt SaLidy 
!ast Sharon 
iast Smitlilifld 
'^ast Siiriusliill 
ast Sterling 
last Troy 
'aston 

ast W'aterford 
laton 
bcnezer 
hensluirff 
berly's Mill 
cho 
ckley 
oonomy 
ddiu^ton 
idyviUe 
den 

dcnville 
dgemont 
dg.woad 
d;nlio rough 
diuhurg 
Is.vllvillc 
tfort 

'vpt Mills 
Ibinsville 
Ider's IMills 
Ider's Ridgo 
Idersville 
dertou 
dred 

dredsville 
I even Mile 
linsport 
izaheth 
i/.abet!itown 
i-jahethville 
k Creek 
ik Dale 
kland 
k Lic-k 
k Ran 
lisburs 
linttsburg 
m 

well 
wood 
ysburg 
nans 

nbreeville 
ni^sville 
nilie 
nlentou 



N'or 



Chester 

Franklin 

Bucks 

Somerset 

Luzerne 

Chester 

Bedford 

Chester 

Berks 

Bucks 

Fulton 

Favette 

Perry 

Blair 

Susquohannah 

Greene 

Luzerne 

Washiniton 

Clinton 

Alleiihauv 

Brad ford 

Bucks 

Lancaster 

Sullivan 

Wayne 

Warren 

HuntiuKdon 

Sullivan 

Montgomery 

Alleffhany 

Berks 

Iluntin^'don 

Adams 

Washiu'-Tton 

Lawrence 

Tioga 

Washini^ton 

Blair 

Erie 

Lebanon 

Lancaster 

Potter 

Fayette 

Chester 

Carbon 

"Warren 

.Tuuiata 

A^enango 

Potter 

Bradford 

Wayne 

Bradford 

Xortbampton 

Juniata 

Wyoming 

Jndiana 

Cambia 

Cumberland 

Armstrong 

Luzerne 

Beaver 

Bucks 

Armstrong 

JIcKean 

Brie 

Delaware 

Bucks 

Erie 

Lawrence 

Bradford 

Jlonroe 

Pike 

Bedford 

Beaver 

Indiana 

Washington 

Armstrong 

Wayne 

Sullivan 

Potter 

Lycoming 

Alleghany 

Lancaster 

Dauphin 

Erie 

Chester 

Tioga 

Somerset 

Tioga 

Potter 

Perry 

Fayette 

Bradfonl 

Schuylkill 

■thumberland 

Lehigh 

Chester 

York 

Bucks 

Venango 



Enders 

English Center 

Ennisville 

Enon Valley 

Enterline 

Rnterprise 

Ephrata 

Equinunk 

ErcildowQ 

Erie 

Rrwinna 

Espy 

E<pyville 

Etna 

Etters 

Eulalie 

Evansburg 

Evan's Fails 

E vans vi lie 

Evendale 

Ewing's Mills 

Exchange 

Exeter 

Experiment Mills 

Factoryville 

Fagleysville 



Count;/. 

Dauphin 

Lycoming 

Huntingdon 

Lawrence 

Dauphin 
Lancaster 



Wayne 

Cbes'ter 

Erie 

Bucks 

Coli'.mbia 

Crawford 

Allegb my 

'York 

Potter 

Crawford 

AVyomin.' 

Columbia 

Juniata 

AlleL'hany 

Montour 

Luzerne 

Jfonroc 

■Wyoming 

Montiromijrv 



Post Office. 



County. 



Freedom Beaver 

I'reehold Warn^n 

Freemansburg Xortbampton 



Fairdale Susquehanna): 

Fairfield Adams 

Fairmont Springs Luzerne 
Fairview Erie 

Fairview Village Montgomery 
Fairville Cnester 

Fallen Timber Cambria 

Falls Wyoming 

Fallsington Becks 

Falls of Schuylkill Philad'a 
Fallston Beaver 

Falmouth Lancaster 

Fannettsburg Franklin 

Farmers York 

Farmers' Valley McKean 

Farmersville Lancaster 

Farinington Fayette 

Farmington Center 'Tioga 

Farm School Center 

Farrandsyillo C intou 

Fa\yn Grove York 

Fayette Alleghany 

Fayette Springs Fayette 

F.iyetteville Franklin 

Feitonville Philadelphia 

Fennersville Monroe 

Pertigs Venango 

Fertility Lancaster 

FetherolfTsville Berks 

Finleyville Washington 

First 'Fork Cameron 

Fisher Clarion 

Fisher's Ferry 

Xorthumberland 
Fishersville Dauphin 

Fishing Creek Columbia 

Fitz Henry Westmoreland 
Fitzwatertown 
Flatwoods 



Fleetville 
Fleming 
Flemington 
Flicksville 
Florence 
Fogelsville 
Forest 
Forest Hill 
Forest Lake 
Forks 
Forkston 
ForksviUe 
Fort Littleton 
Forty Fort 
Forwardstown 
Fostoria 
Foundryville 
Fountain Dale 
Fountain Green 
Powlei-sville 
Foxtiurg 
Fox Chase 
Frampton 
Franconui 
Frank ford 
Frankfort Springs 
Franklin 
Franklin Corner 
Franklindale 
Franklintown 
Fraukstown 
Frazer 
Frederick 
Fredericksburg 
Fredericksville 
Frederiektown 
I Freeburg 



Montgomery 

Fayette 

Luzerne 

Center 

Clinton 

Northampton 

Washington 

Lehigh 

Clearfield 

Union 

Snsqnehannah 

Columbia 

V'yoming 

Sullivan 

Fulton 

Luzerne 

Somerset 

Blair 

Columbia 

Adams 

Chestt- 

Colnmbia 

forest 

Philadelphia 

Clarion 

Montgomery 

Philadelphia 

Beaver 

Venango 

Erie 

Bradford 

York 

Blair 

Chester 

Jtontgomory 

Lebanon 

Berks 

Wa?hincton 

Snyder 



Fr-'cport 

French Creek 

Prn.-li Mills 

Frcnehtown 

Frenchville 

Friedensvillc 

Friendsville 

Frostburg 

Fryburg 

Falmerville 

Fulton 

Fulton House 

Furnian Hill 

Fornaee 

Gaines 

Gallilee 

Gallitzin 

Gamble's 

Gap 

Garland 

Gardenvillc 

Gebharts 

Geiger's Mills 

General Wayne 

Cenes' e Porks 

Georgetown 

Germania 

Germansville 

German town 

Germany 

Gery's 

Gettysburg 

(ribson 

Gilbertsville 

Gill Hall 

Ginger Hill 

(i i rard 

Glade Mills 

Glatfelters 

Glen Hope 

Glen Mills 

Glenn 

Glen Riddle 

(lien Rock 

Glen Roy 

Glenshaw 

Glenwitod 

Golden Hill 

Good Hope 

Good Iut''nt 

Goodville 

Gordon 

Gordonsville 

(roshen 

Goshenville 

GouglersviUe 

Gouidsborough 

Grafensburg 

Grahamton 

Grahamvill" 

Grampian Hills 

Granite Hill 

Granville 

Granville Summit 

Gratz 

(fray's Valley 

Graysville 

Great Bend 

Greene 

Green Bank 

Greenbrier 

Green Castle 

(Jreenfield 

Green Garden 

Green (Jrove 

(f reenland 

Green Mmint 

Greene Ridge 

Greensboro' 

("rrcensbnrg 

Green Tree 

Green Village 

Greenwood 



Armstrong 

Mercer 

Brad 'on! j 

Cb'arfi.l.r 
Lehigh 
Susqueb.iimab 
J (>.•..„„ 

Clarion 

Pike 

W estmoreland 

Lancaster 

W\aunin'j i 

■ H'rks 

Tioga I 

Wayne | 

Cambria 

Alleghany 

Lancaster 

Warren 

Bucks 

Somerset 

n.rks 

Jlontgomerv 

Potter 

Ib'ayer 

Potter 

Lehii-'h 

Philadelphia 

Warren 

Buck's 

Adams 

Susqueliannah 

Monteomery 

Alleghany 

Washington 

Erie 

Butler 

York 

Clearfield 

Delawart 

McKean 

Delaware 

York 

Chester 

Alleghany 

Sus'tuidiaunah 

Wyoming 

Cuniberlniid 

Washinaton 

Lancaster 

Schuylkill 

Lancaster 

Chester 

Berks 

Lu»ern<' 

Adams 

Clearfleld 

York 

Clearfield 

Adams 

Brndford 



Pott Ofire. 

Hamilton 

Hamlintun 

H 'ninierslcT'i Fork 

Hannnond's Cfr-v 

Huniortoi, 

llaniptoii 

Hani'VvilU 

Hannah Ocnter 

Hanover 

H inov^r JitnctioD 

Harbor Creek 

Harford 

HardennbufT 

Hurley«»illo 

Harm irville 

Harmamtburg 

Harmony 

Hnrneil«ville 

Harriaburn 

Harrison City 

Harri-on Vallry 

HsrrisonTille 

Knrrisvillc 

Harshaville 

Haitb'-iiiR 

llartl.ion 

llartsi.iwn 

Hartsvillo 

Harvey'« 

IIarvey'» Fir« PolaU 

Weftinor«lui 



Cummly, 
JrffiTHB 

Way.. 

Tiafk 

Chtwr 

A4«a« 

Lyroaiif 

Caur 

Y*rk 



Brie 

Lorfaci 

Uoiit«aai*rT 

Allrth.a; 

Cr«« ore 

nmUr 

RoatrMt 

Wetimor'laati 
Poiur 

BsilUr 

Br«(r*r 

Mm*T 

I'aiM 

Crm«f*r4 

Backt 

Oi 



Dauidiiu 

Tioga 

Huntingdun 

Susquehannah 

Lancaster 

I,anca»ter 

Northuinberlnnd 

Franklin 

Erie 

Bearer 

LiKcrne 

LancAiitt'r 

Adami 

Greene 

Weslnioridand 

Alleghany 

Franklin 

Culumhia 



HarvevfiTillo 

Hatboro- 

Havemvillo 

Haverford 

Hawley 

Hayfield 

Hayesville 

Hailelon 

Hebron 

Herlishirville 

Hccia 

Hector 

Heeklown 

Hegjns 

HeMllersbor* 

Heilman'ft Dale 

Heistersburg 

Hellam 

Helbn 

Heller Furnace 

H-lbrtonn 

Hemlock 

Hemi'field 

Heuiler?on 

Hendler 

Hi'ndricksburi! 

Henry«ville 

HensingeririlU 

n.pler 

Hereford - - 

Herndon NorlbgrnWriaBsi 

Hermilaite Jl»r««r 

Herrick Bra^fcr* 

Herri ck Center Sa»<|«etia«»a*« 

Ilerriekrillo Brm4f«M 

Herri. .Hsville All»fha«» 

Hetri<k< V»rV 



Laieraa 

Montcoinrri 

}'.-,:i,t< 
I' - MV 

\N «ra. 

Cr«» A>r< 

ChuUf 

L>ii<ra« 

TotUr 

Sch-Tlklll 

Potur 

Nortbaaptefi 

Sehajrlkill 

L«k«B«a 

Pareiu 

Y*rk 

Bk 

Clartac 

Konhta^u* 

I'lmbrtk 

Lanraei«r 

M«r«*- 

McbgtlklU 

Lnttrm* 

Maara* 

L*ki(i 

S«ka<lkill 



Hick. 



'>■ 



Wuhlafla* 



Hickory Corner* 

NorUiaBb«rlas4 
rh«<i«r 
CarWa 



Greenwood Furnace 

H-Qtinfflon 



(ireshvillo 

Grimville 

Grinnel's 

(JroH 's Store 

Gulf Mills 

Gum Tree 

Guthricvillo 

Guy's Mills 

Gwynned 

Hagersvilla 

Half Moon 

Halifax 

Hall 

Hamburg 



Itvrki 

Crawford 

Lanra«trr 

MoniBomcrv 

Chvtur 

Crawford 

JI.Mltxom-rr 
II 

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Dai. 

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Hirkorr Hil 
Hickory Ron 
Hick'Tt t"»n 
Hi.k's'K'ni 
Hich H ' i.e 
Hiich btke 
Hiifhland 

: Hieb S|>ir« 
HiithTille 
Ilill 

' H ll-ctw 
IMI'I r • 
Hlllsd.lr 

i Hi|r> (irare 

iHillild* 

I llitl-a View 
Hillirill < 

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M— U iwirr 

Wk 

FaTvtto 

iTara* 
nra4for<: 

LaacMWt 

M'fMf 

W a>kla|«aa 
Ia4»aaa 

KelliTaa 

li>«k> 

O.ata* 

I.easaaUr 

I. •t«fa« 

Paafkia 

Tea 



tmrmm 
•IfMk 



tlraek 



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PM«»» 

ta •!•« 

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Honey Grove 
Hookstown 
Hop Bottom 
Ilopi' Clmrch 
llopeMcll 
llopuwi'll ConttT 



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Count!/. 



Post Office. 



County. 



F.jst Office. 



i.iinty. 



Juniata KinRslcya 
lUiviT , K in;!SOssiuK 
Susq<if iKinnali Kiu(:ston 
All -ulianv ; Kiii^sville 
licllonl ' " 
Yurli 



lopewfll Cut loll Works Cluster 



lloppunvillo Jlontjiinic 

IlonilTook UracHoril 

II .r.i)iam Montgonurv 

l|,,rtoii'9 Indiana 
llosiMisack 

11, .St Itfik 

ll.iuston All' triiany 

llowarJ C-.'ntcr 

Il„„e Vcnaiiu;o 

llowollvillc Uilawan- 

llublcrsbiug Ci'iiter 

Hughes Sohiiylkill 

lluihusville Lyc.ininj; 

lIulinLdvillu BiM-k.< 

llnlton AlU-shany 

Humm'-lstown Dauphin 

Hiiuipliro sville Luzituu 
Unnlock Creek 

Hnnt.r's Cave Grt-ene 

HunUrsto«n Adams 

Hiintersville Lycominf; 

Huntin;ilun 11 lui ting Jon 
Hiiutingilon Valley 

.Monti'nmory 



Kini<\vood 

Kiiitner.-.ville 

Iv in/.ir:i 

K tnz tia 

K:rl.y 

K vliyville 

Kirk"'.s MilU 



Crawford Lcverin^'ton 

riiihiilelpliia Lew islierry 

Ln/.ernr 

Clarion 

Somertei 

Uucks 

I>an''aster 

Warren 

Gr ene 

Uerks 

Lancaster 



L''liij<li I Kirkwood 



K sliaeoiiiiillas MitHin 

iCiskiminitaa Armstiune 

Kitliinin;; 

Kleeknersvilk- Nortliampton I 

KlinL''sG'OVeXortliiimla-rland 



Liuerne 

Pcrr\ 
Adam.~ 

WasliinRton 
Indiana 
Jlercer 
Wayne 
Beavei 
Lancaster 
Lawrence 
Mercei 
Xorthampton 
Warren 
Irwin's Station Westmoreland 
Ivy Mills Delaware 

Jackson Susqueliannali 

Jackson Hal Franklin 

Jackson Station Erie 

Jackson Valley Sustiueliannali 



Ilontsvilirt 

Hyde Park 

lekesliiiri; 

luavillc 

Independence 

Indiana 

Indian Run 

Indian Ureliarrt 

Industry 

Interec'TSP 

Irish Uipple 

Irishtown 

Iron Hill 

Irvine 



Jacksonville 

Jacksville 

James' Creek 

Jamestown 

Jeansville 

.letterson 

Jerterson Furnace 

Jetlerson Line 

Jetterson Station 

.reJIersouville 

Jefiries 

Jenkintown 

.lenner's X Roads 

Jennersville 

Jeuningsville 

Jericho 

Jersey Mills 

Jersey Shore 

Jerseytown 

Joanna Furnace 

Johnstown 

J oU v to w n 

Jones' Mills 

Jonestown 

•Juniata 

Kahle'3 

Kantz 

Karthous 

Keating 

Keeper's Store 

Keelersburg 

Keeney ville 

Keiservillc 

KcUersvillo 

Kol leys ville 

Kelli Ijlesville 

Kendall 

Kendall Creek 

Kcnnett's Siiiiare 

Kensington 

Kent 

Kepnersville 

Kerr's Statio 

Kerr's Store 

Kerrsvillo 

Kersey's 

»*'essler*8 

Kettle Creek 

Kilgore 

Kimberton 



Lehigh 

Butler 

Huntini;don 

Mercer 

Luzerne 

Greene 

Clarion 

Clearfield 

York 

iIont:roinerv 

Clearfield 

Jlont.i^omery 

Somerset 

Chester 

^Vyominf: 

Wayne 

Lycomiu;; 



Klinesville 

Kliu^i rstown 

Kuauer's 

Knox 

KnoM Pale 

Kiioxville 

Knuckle 

Kossuth 

Kratzerville 

K reamer 

K re iilers ville 

Kresge ville 

Kulpsville 

Kunkletown 

Kiitztown 

Kitzville 

Kylerstown 

Lacey ville 

Lackawanna 

Laekawaxeu 

Latidsburg 

Lafayette 

La Grange 

Lahaska 

Lairdsville 

Lake 

Lamar 

Lamartine 

Lampeter 

Lancaster 

Landingsvillo 

Landisbnrg 

Landis' Store 

Landis Valley 

Laneslioro' 

Landisville 

Landsdale 

Laporte 



Berli 

Suliuvlkill 

Verks 

Clarion 

Jetterson 

Tioga 

Liixerne 

Clarion 

Snyder 

Northampton 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Monroe 

Berks 

Clearfield 

Wyoming 

Lu/.erne 

Pike 

Brad'ord 

Ml Kean 

\N'yoming 

Biieks 

Lv coming 

Luiserne 

CI iniou 

Clarion 

Lancaster 



Lewisbur; 
Lewistown 
Lewisville 
Liberty 

Lilierty Corners 
Lil erty Siiuare 
Library 
Light Street 
Ligonier 
Lima 
Lime Hill 
Linu- Ridge 
Limeriek 
Limerick Eridg 
L 'niestone 
Limestoneville 
Liiitlen 

Lindlys Jlills 
Line i^exiiigton 
Line Mills 
Line Mountain 

Northum 



Lineville 

Linglestown 

Liuwood Station 

Lionville 

Lislnirn 

Litcbtield 

Litiz 

Little Britain 

Little Cooley 

Little Gap 

Little Marsh 



Ciarmij 

I) 1,1 phi 11 

V lawali 

Caestv: 

CumI erlani' 

Bra.liorr 

Laueast'-i 

Lancasic) 

C)";i\i'iorr. 

Carboi. 

Tio,<4 



Schylkill 

Perry 

Berks 

Lancaster 

Susquehannah 

Lancaster 

Montgomery 

Sullivan 



Larnner's Station 

Westmoreland 
Larry's Creek Lycoming 

Lathrop Susquehaunali 

Lathrop's Lake 
Latrobe Westmoreland 

Laubach Northampton 

Laughlintown Westmoreland 
Laurel ton Union 

Laurelville Westmoreland 
Lavansville 
Lawrenceburg 
Lawrenceville 
Laury 's Station 
Lawsonham 
Lazaretto Station 
Lawsville Center 

Susquthannah 



Columbia 

Berks 

Cambria 

Greene 

Westmoreland Leacock 

Lebanon Leaman Place 
Perry Leasnreville 
Clarion LeatherwooJ 
Snvder Lebanon 
Clearfield Lebtcuf 

Clinton Leconte's Mills 
Franklin Le achsurviUe 
Wyoming LedgeD ele 
Tioga Leechburg 
M'voming Leesburg 

IVIonroe Lee's X Roads 
Delaware Leisport 
Chester j Lehigli Gap 
Beaver | Leighton 
MeKean i Lehigh Valley 
Chester ' Lehman 
Philadelphia; Leidy 

Indiana : Lcinbaok 
Schuylkill I Leipersvillo 
AV ashing ton ; Leithsville 

Clarion j Lemon 
Cumberland Lenartsville 
Elk|Lenni Jlills 
Northampton j Lenox 

Potter i Lenoxville 
Venango' Leonaid Hollow 
Chester I Le Ravsville 



Little Meadows Susqutlrniua) 
Littlesiown Adam- 

Li vei more Westmorelau'. 

Liveii I Perr, 

Llewellyn Seboylkiil 

Loag Cliestei 

Lobachsville Berks 

Lockhaven Olit'Loi: 

Locke's Jlills Mim.n 

Loekport Station 

W 
Locust Hill 
Locust Valley 
Logan Mills 
Loganville 
London 
Londonderry 
London fJiove 
Long Run 
Long S wamp 
Long Valley 
Lord's Valley 
Loretto 
Lottsville 
Lou do 
Lovelton 
Lower Bern 
Lower Chancoford 
Lower Maliatango 
Lower Merion 
Somerset j Lower Saueon 
Armstrong , LowhiU 
Tioga ' Loyalsock 
T*ehigh , Luccsco 
Clarion \ Lucinda Furnace 
Delaware Lumber City 
Lumberville 
Lnndy's Lane 
Luthersburg 
Lykens 
Lyles 

Lymansville 
Lynn 
Erie j Lynuvillc 
Clearfield JLyon Valley 
Jlontg. merv | Lyon's Stafon 
Wayne , Me Allisterville 
Armstrong j McAlevy 's Ford 
Mercer McCall'"s Ferry 
Cumtierland McOalmont 
Berks McCandless 
Carbon iMcClancy 

" McClellandtown 
Lehigh McConnellstoirg 
Luzerne MeConnellstown 
Clinton McCovsville 
Berks jMcCulloch's Mills 
Delaware i McD iwel 's 
Northampton i McElhattan 



li 



Philadelphia iMcLanghlin's Store 

York I Westm 

Vnion I SleVeytown 
Mitllii I Ml Wi'llir.mstown 
Clies'.e! I '^laeedouia 
Tioga i ?\!acungie 
Bradioro Muddenville 
Lancaster Madera 
Allcjliinv Madison 
C'd limbia Madisonbnrg 
Westmoreland Maiianoy 
Delaware Mahoning 
Brad on) Maiden Creek 
Columbia Mainesbnrg 
Montgotner,\ Aiameville 

Manada Hill 
Washington Mauatawny 
Montour M.uayunk 
L\eoniin:; >'aiieliester 
Washington M.uilieini 
Montgomery Ma:in's Choice 
CraW.ore ALiuor 

Jtauor Dale 
rland Manor Hill 

M.iiior Station 
Mi.nsfield 



.big'l 



AJaple Furnace 

JIaple Grove 

Jiarile Riilire 

^!apleton Depot 

Mapletown 

.Marchand 

Mariraretta Furnace 

>i arietta 

Marion 

Marionville 

Markclsville 

-Marlboro' 

M^rple 



Lancaster 

Butler 

Clarion 

Lebanon 



istmoreland 
Wash in- to. 1 
Lehigi' 
Clinton 
Yoriv 
Mereev 
Cliester 

Armstrong 

Herks 

Monroe 

I'i e 

C mbria 

Wai ren 

Fraiil-lin 

Wyoming 

Berks 

York 

Schuylkill 

MontgomiTy 

Northampton 

Lehigh 

Lycoming 

Westmoreland 

Clarion 

Clearfield 

Bucks 

Erie 

Clearfield 

Daupliin 

Lancaster 

Potti-r 

Susqiieliannah 

Lehigh 

Berks 
Junia'a 

Hunting on 

Y..rk 

Venaii2ii 

Butler 

Beavr 

Fayette 

Fulton 

Iluntingiinn 

Juniata 

Juni;: ta 

Crawford 

Clint 



M .'. iron 

Marsh 

Maishfield 

\:arshall's Corners 

M irshall's Creek 

>Lirshallton 

JI irtickville 

^I irtiiisbiirg 



1 lant 

M tHii 

Ci ■ stei 

I', i'ailior 

■A 

,ipi ligd 

("b-,'.rticli 

Wisf.ii'i- lam 

C nte 

Northern! ,. rlan, 

hid. an 

l; rk 

Tiog 

Cdiiinbi 

U.iaidiii 

Berk 

Pbihif elphi 

Yorl 

L'liiiaste 

Bed for' 

Laniiiste 

Westnuirelan 

H' 11 line do 

AVe.-tuiorel ;n 

T otr 

B :tl 

Veoang 

T:og 

II I, n; iiigdo 

Green 

Ind an 

Yoi 

Laliei.ste 

Frr.nkli 

F.res 

P rr 

Ciirste 

D. l.iw 

L.i« riiic 

Ci arfiel 

Cheste 

riog 

Ciaw^or 

Monro 

( 

Laneastf 

Ela 



Martin's Creek Nortliampto 



King of X'russia Montgomery Le Roy 



Wyoiiiing | McEwensvilleNortluimberland 
Berks :McKean Erie 

Delaware : McKcansburg Schuylkill 

Susquehannah McKean's Old Stand 

• I I V\ estmoreland 

Bradford 'MeKee's Half Falls Snyder 

" ' iMcKeesport Alleihany 

" iMcSherrytown Adams 



Martinsville 

Marvin 

Masontown 

Masseysburg 

Miisthope 

Mastersonvjlle 

Matamoras 

MatildavHle 

Maueh Chunk 

Ma.xataM'ney 

M ly 

Maysville 

Alaytown 

i\Ieadow Gap 

Mead Corners 

Meadville 

Meehanicsburg 

Mechanics' Grove 

M-.chaniesville 

Media 

Jlehoopany 

Menallen 

Men don 

Menno 

Mercer 

Alercer>burg 

M* rritstowu 

Merry all 

Mertztown 

Merwinsburg 

Meshannon 

Meshoppin 

Mexico 

Meyer's Mills 

Sliildaghs 

Middleburg 

Middleburg Center 

Middle Creek 



L incaste 

Lawreni 

Fayett 

Hnntiii^do 

Pik 

Lancastt 

Pik 

Clario 

C irbo 

lierl 

Lancastf 

Jlerct 

Laneastc 

IJmitingdo 

Craw for 



Oumberlau 

Lanea.-.t< 

Bucl 

Delawai 

AV vomit 

"Adan 

Westmorelan 

Miffli 

Merc 

Frankli 

Fa vet 

Bradfoi 

B.-rl 

Monr 

(!euti 

AN'yomii 

J unia 

Seiners 

Northaropti 

Snvd 

1'io 

rni 



Middle Lancaster But! 

Middleport Sehuylki 

Middle Spring Cumberlar 
Middletown Dauph 

Middletown Center 

Susquchmn 



Middle Valley 

MifHinburg 

Miftlietiwu 

MitHinville 

Milan 

Milanville 

Milesburg 

Miles (Jrove 

Slilestowa 



Waytl; 

T nuj; 

Junia 

Cidunib 

Bradfoi 

Way I 

Cellt 

Er 

Philadelpl, 



POST OFFICES— PENNSYLVANIA. 



Post OJice. 

Mil ord 

Mil yrcl Square 
Mill C eek 
M lU-Ugeville 



Count!/. 

Pike 

Bucks 
Huntin^dun 
Mc 



M ill ijan'sMills Westmoreland 



^Ii!l--r--liiir.s 

Ml 1-i's Eddy 

5liller,-town 

MillcrsviUe 

Mill H:iU 

Jlil' hcini 

Mni|n>rt 

31il!vu\va 

M IKiew 

Mi Uille 

JTi!l wood 

Mi Uhoro' 

Milr..v 

Milton 

Mil waukie 

Jl'u-r.il Point 

SI;rn.'rj\'ille 

MN-i mer's MilU 

Mitcliell's Cre-k 

Mitchell's Milli 

Mix town 

Molioatongo 

M »!ui's Store 

Muhr^ville 

Mo'hown 

M.i'i la^'ahela City ^^ashington 

M . uoe Kurnaee" Uuntingdon 

Moiroetown Bradford 

Moiroeville Allegh:inv 

rev n rk; 

Alto Franklin 



D luphin 

Armstrong 

Perry 

Laufaiter 

Clinton 

C;nter 

Potter 

Chester 

Sullivan 

Ojliimbia 

'Westmor.dand 

"Was'iin^to 

Mirtii 

XorthumberUind 

Lazerni' 

Ciiuhri 

Seh^iylki 

L ell anon 

Tio;;a 

Indian:! 

Tioga 

Juniata 

Berk 



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Pvft Office. 



Count li 



Lancaster 
Tio,'a 
Potte 



M. 

M. 

M. 

M. 

M 

M. 

jr. 

M. 

M,. . 

M. 

Mo 

Mh 

M,. 
M. 



M. 
M. 



Ml. 
M> 






^omerr's Ferry Perry 

,'omery StaiiouLycomiu;; 

,'omevyville Mon;gom._'rv 

iresville Lycoming 

•'use Susjuehannah 

i.rose Djpot Sus jiehannah 

I All-giianv 

.i\.'>liurg Mjuto I'r 

ir'Stown Xorthampton 

irheadville Eri 

I'ie L'azern 

C.jlunibia 

Greene 

L veomin 

Berks 

P.rrv 

Tio:" 

Favette 

CleafSeld 

Luzerne 

Bucks 

Chester 

Luzerne 

Berks 

Berks 

Pliiladelphia 

Center 

Xorthampton 

York 



l-'.nsville 
■ l.ieks 
dand 
-antown 
^I '1 1 -ytown 
M .rris 

M .'-ris Cross Roads 
M..ris.lale 
Slorrison 
M-irrisville 
M..r'.ouviUe 
iI"'.;ow 
- dem 
Hit -Etna 
:ut Airv 
■aiu feagle 
t Bethel 
t Campbell 



.ut CarmelNortliumberlantl 
lut Creek Forks York 

jr^'u; Hope Lancaster 

Mo 11- .1 ackson Lawrence 

Uount Holly Sprin« 

Cumberland 
Ifo lu: Joy Lancaster 

U.5 nt Lebanon Al eirhany 
Muiiit Morris Greene 

do :a:N'ebo Lancaster 

Tuiut Pleasant \Vestmorohini'. 
lot Pleasant Mills Snyd 



d-i 



Rock 
Uuaut Union 
>!o.inc Vernon 
>to intville 
foa it Zion 
lid !y Creek 

lenburg 
I i.nniasburg 
lu ley 

liaey Bottom 
taimy Station 
lUnntown 
Iu.isr,rr 

nr loclcsville 
lurrinsville 
lurrysville 
Iv.rshurg 
Iverstown 

arl svilla 

autieoke 

ai rows 

i:\ \\ood 

azareth 
Nebraska 
leil.s 



C imberland 

llun'in.'ilon 

Chester 

Lancaster 

Lebanon 

Linoaster 

L-azorne 

Adams 

Lvcomini 

S illivau 

Lyeomin.; 

Washington 

C imbria 

Washiuxtoii 

B itler 

tmor.'lan.l 

Bra.KV.rd 

Lebanon 

Monroe 

Luzerne 

Pik 

Tioia 

Northampton 

VenLinso 

Lehigli 



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XeffsviUe 
NeUon 
Xelsonport 

N'escopeck L izerue 
Neshannock Falls Lawrence 

N es.^uehoning Carb ,n 

New Albany Bradford 
>ew Alexandria Westmoreland 

New Bedford Lawrence 

New Berlin lni.>.i 

Newberry Lycoming 

Newberrytown York 

New Bethlehem C'arion 

Xew Bloomtield Perrv 

N'ew Bridgeville York 

New Bridgeport Bedford 

N'ew Brighton Beaver 

N'ew Britain Bucks 

Xew Buffalo P.Trv 

Newburg CumI erland 

Xew Castle Lawrence 

N'ew CenterviUe Chester 

>few Chester .Adam.- 

Sew Columbia Union 

XewCilunibus Luzerne 
New C imberland Cumberlau;i 
New Derry Westmorelairi 

New Era Bra.lford 
N'ew Florence Westmoreland 

NeWoundland Wayn ■ 

N'evv Freedom York 

XewFieeport (Jreene 

Xew (Galilee Beaver 

N'ew Garden Chester 

Xew Geneva Fayette 

Xew Germautown Perry 

New Grenada Fulton 

Xew G lilliird Franklin 

Xew Hamburg Mercer 

Xew M mover Sloate.unery 
Xew H irbor 

Xewhirt's Xortliampt'in 

Xe-.v Highland KIk 

N'ew Holland Lane ister 

N'ew Hope Bucks 

N'ew J rusalem Berk< 

X.'w Kingston Cumberland 

Xew Lebanon M -rcer 

Xew Lexington S.i'uerset 

Xew London Chester 

Xew Mahoning Carbon 

Xewm in's .Hills Indian 
Xew M'lford Susquehanu.il. 

Xew Millport Cleartiel.i 

Xew M lltown Lane ist 
N'ew Mount Pleasant Jlour.. 

Xewdxford Adun- 

Xewporc Perr.i 

Xew]iortville Buck- 

Xew Providence Lancist.'r 

N'ew Uichmond CraW'.ird 

Xew KUiggold Schuvlkill 

Xewri Bla'r 

N'ew Salem Fiyelt • 

Xew Seottsville Bearer 
Xew Sheffield 

N'ew Springfield Clarion 
Xew Stanton Westmoreland 

Xew Texas All.-eh iny 

Xewon Hamilton Milliiu 

Xewtown B leks 

Xewto'.vn S inaro Delaware 

N'ewTrip.di L diigh 

N'ew Vernon Mercer 

Xewvlle Camberland 

N'ew Washington Cl-arfield 

Xew Wilmington Lawr nee 

Xich.iU.)n Wy.>min.' 

N'inc Points Laueas'.er 

Xippenose Lycomia;: 

Xittany Center 
yiv.n SuS'ineh mu.ili 

Xoldestown AUe'hiny 

Xora " ■'"k< 

Xorrist.iwn Moutgomery 
Vorr' fonville 

North Vlist i'>i>- 

North Hope Biitl-r 
North .laekson Suaquchianah 

Xorth I-ib-rtv M -nrer 

Xorth Oakland Butler 

X.irtb Orwell Dril .ir.l 

Xorth Pan SchivlU'll 
North Pine Grove Cliri.n 

Xorth R>me BriKonl 

Xovtb's Mills .Mrcer 

Xorth Sewiekly Beav.r 

Xorth Slienan'go ^''^"V,"''' 

VovtUSmithfield Bradford 

Xorth Star Wa3hin,toii 

Xorthumberlan'l . . , , 
Xorthamberland 



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Count tf . 



Pot OJirt. 



North Towandk Brad ord 

NorthviUe g, j 

.V.rih Washington 
,. , .„ Wcstmor.-Iand 

North U harton P ,tt r 

North WhiiehaH L hi h 

^'"""^'-■h M Ke.n 

Nottingham Cbe,t. r 

Nyce's p j^^ 

Oakdale Dela»»r= 

Oak ford Bi ki 

Oak Forest Greene 

Oak Grove Erie 

Oak Grove Furni'*© 
^ WcJtmorel a' 

Oak Hill Laucciier 

Oaklind Armatruni 

Oakland X Roads 

Westmiirelaa I 
Oakland Mills Juni»n« 

Oakley Susquihaunab 

Oak Siiade Lanca«ter 

Oakville Cumb.rUnJ 

Oeeida Tiuin 

Octoraro Lancaster 

Og.lnsburg Tiu,-a 

0.;le Batlr 

Ohioville Beaver 

Oil Creek Orawfor.l 

Old Forge Liiicrue 

Old Hickory Bar.l o 

Old Line L iiie ister 

Oley ll^rk* 

Oliiet Armstnii 

Olivia BUir 

Ouo Lel.uH'... 

Oracu- L .i-rne 

Oran.'eville Cul iiui ii 

Orbisonia Huntin^lou 

Orcutt Creek liral'.irl 

Orefidd LcliRli 

Orgon Ltu a-ier 

Orrstovvn Krauklia 

Orrsville Armslruu; 

Orwell Bridfor. 

Orvvigsburg Sehijrlkll 

Osteud Ol-irtiel' 

0<wavo p.)'.: 

Ottiville Ba 

Oval Lv...ni 

Overton I' 

>x:.-r.l ' 

Oxford Church Phil 
Oxioril Valley 
Packer .1 

Palmvra I 

Paoli' 

Palo Alto 1 

Paradise L 

Paradise Fnrnico Hui. 
Paradise Valley 
Paris Wa 

Parksburg ' 

Parkersville 
Parnassus Westn. 

Parrysville 

Patierion ' 

Patterion's Mills H'a 
Pattonville 11 

Pan pa' P 

Pixinoi Xorthumberla 

Peach Bottom V.. 

Peekville Luer 

Penea.lor 

P-nBell CI 

Penn L . 

PennlliU 

P-nu H iven ' 

Penn Line C 

I'euuaitlooville i 

Penn Kin I 

Penmbirg Mon 

Penn'i Creek 
Penn's :^tation WmIh'. 
Penn's ■> piare 3li)ii' 
Pennsville 1 

Pe I "■" .. '• 

P rkiomen Bridge Mon 

I* rk'omenville 

l*errin.) 

Perry V »... 

Perrynpollj r»y ■ 

P 'rrvsvillo All 

P rrvtown Weitio 

I'-rsli'nf '" 

Peru MilU ' 

P,.t..r»l.urg 

Peter' 4 Crack f • ' 

I'd-rsellle Vorlb 

Phelp'.OIillJ „.,. ' 

Philadelplii* PhlU.i 

PhiUluViurif (.vnur; 



Philip-jMili. 


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Pliaaisti le 


CUoi^r 


I'bfflnii 


Arai>ir»a( 


PieUrinr 


Pierce 


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Pierceclla 




Pike 




Pike MilU 


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Pike lion 


Wuliit.- .^ 


Pike TottiiftSin 


IWrk* 


PikeVilI., 


V ,\.,t 


Pillow 


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Pine Crerk 


T .,-» 


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Pine Crete Mil!, 




Pue Hill 


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P.ne Sir-t 


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PincT. ■ 




Pine V 




PinerilU 


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Perry 


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Pipersrllle 


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Pitman 




Pittiburi- 




Pitt. Held 




P'tuion 




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POST OFFICES PENNSYLVANIA 



Pout Office. Coiinl;/- 

Raymonds Potter 

Ray's Hill Bed lor J 

Read iig H.iks 

Reamstown LancMster 

Rebersburg Center 
Kchuilis Northnmtierhind 
Red Hank Furnace Armstrong 

Red Hill Mont;;omery 

Red Rock I<iiierne 

Red Stono Favette 

Reedsville Mifflin 

Relirersburg Hi-rks 

Raidsliun; Clarion 

Reislesville Bneks 

Reinlioldsvillo Lancaster 

Remin.^'t'in Alleghany 
Repi'i'i't's >^ Roads Fayette 

Reynoldsvillu .Tefl'erson 

Rlioaduitown Columbia 

Rice's Lauding Greene 

Ricev'.Ue Crawford 

Richardsvillc Jetl'erson 

Riehborouxh Bucks 

Richfield Juniata 
Richland Station Lebanon 

Richlandtuivu Bucks 

Richninnil Northampton 

Rich Vallev Alleghany 

Riddle's X,' Roads Hutler 

Ridgebury Bradford 

Ridge way KIk 

Ridleyville Delaware 

Rileysville 'Wayne 

Rimcrsburg Clarion 

Ringgold Jefferson 

Ringtown Scluiylkill 

Rising Sun Philadelphia 

Rittcrsville Lehigh 

Roaring Creek Montour 

Kobeson Berks 

RobisonviUe Bedford 

Rochester Beaver 

Rockdale Crawford 

Rock L.ike Wayne 

Rockland Venango 

Roekport C.irbon 

Rock Spring Center 

Rocktou Clearlield 

Rockville Chester 

Regprsville Greeue 

Rohrsburg Columbia 

Rome Bradford 

Roseburg Perry 

R>iseland Cambria 

Rose Point Lawrence 

Rose Tree Delaware 

Rossland Monroe 

Rosston Armstrong 

Rossville York 

Rostraver 'Westmorel md 

Rathsville Lancaster 
Riiugh and Ready Schuylkill 

Roulette Potter 

Round Hill Adams 

Roxbury Franklin 

Royalton Crawford 

Roger's Ford Srontgomery 

Rucksville Lehigli 

Ruff Creek Greene 
RLimmerstield Creek Bradford 

RandelTi Crawford 

Rupert Columbia 

Uuppsville Lehigh 

lioral Ridge Alleghany 

R'iral Valley Armstrong 

Rush Susquehannah 
Rushtown Northumberland 

Rushville Sus'^uehannah 

RussoUshurg Warren 

Russell Hill Wyomin- 

Rus-icUville Chester 

Rutland Tio.^a 

Ryerson's Station Greene 

Sabbath Rest Blair 

Sabinsville Tioga 

Sacramento Schuylkill 

Sadsburyville Chester 

Saegerstown Crawford 

Safe Harbor Lancaster 
Saint Augustine's Cambria 

Saint Clair Schiiylliill 

Saint Clairsville Bedford 

Saint Johm Bradford 

Saint Jos -ph's Susiiuehannai. 

Sllint Mary's Chester 
Saint Peter's 

Saint Thomas Franklin 

Saint Vincent's Westmoreland 

:Salcm Mercer 
Salem X Roads Westmoreland 

Salfordville Montgom'Tv 

Salisbury Lancaster 



Pijit Office. 

Salladaysburg 
Salona 
Salt Lick 
S.iltsburg 
Salunga 



County. 

Lycoming 
CI inton 

Cleartielil 
Indiana 

Lancaster 



Sand Patch Tunnel Somerset 

Sandy Creek Crawford 

Sandy Hill Perry 

Sandy Lake Jlercer 

Sarah Blair 
Sardis Westmoreland 

Sarversville Butler 

Sartwell McKean 

Satterlield ]\lercer 

Sancon Valley Lehigh 

Saxenburg Butler 

Saylorsburg Monroe 

Scalp Level Cambria 

Sclicllsburg Bedford 

Scbnecksville Lehigh 

Schocueck Lancaster 
Schollner's Corners Jelterson 

Schuylkill Ch-ster 
S-huylkill Haven Schuylkill 
Schwenck's Store Montgomery 

Scotch Hill Clarion 

Scotland Franklin 

Scottsville Wyoming 

Seranton Luzerne 

Scrub Grass Armstrong 

Scarights F yettc 

Second Fork Elk 

Seiberlingsvillo Lehigh 

Seidersville Northampton 
Seigfried's Bridge 

Scisholtsville Berks 

Selin's Grove Union 

Seller's Tavern Bucks 

Seneca Venango 

Sereuo Columbia 

Sergeant McKean 

Service B aver 

Setzler s Store Cliester 

Seventy-Six Beaver 

Seven Valleys York 

Sewicklyville Alleghany 

Shade Furnace Somerset 

Shade Gap Huntingdon 

Shady Grove Franklin 

Shaefferstown Lebanon 
Shamokin Northumlierland 

Shamokin Dam Snyder 

Shanesville Berks 

Shanksville Somerset 

Shannondale Clarion 

Shanuonsvillc Montgomery 

Sharon Mercer 

Sharou Center Pot er 

Sharpsburg Alleghany 

Shartlesville Berks 

Shaver's Creek Huntingdon 
Shearer's ^ Roads 

Westmoreland 

Shawnee Monroe 

Shawsville Clearfield 

Shcakleysville Mercer 

S'nef^eld Warren 

Shuhola Pike 

Shelocta Indiana 

Shepherds'own Cumberland 

Sherman's Dale Perry 

Shishegviiu Bradfonl 

Shickshiauy Luzerne 

Shimcrville Lehigh 

Shingle House Potter 

Shippen Cameron 

Shippensburg Cumberland 

Shippensville Clarion 

Shirematown Cumberland 

Shirlanda Alleghany 

Shirleysb rg Huntingilou 

Shoem ikeus Monroe 
S lioemakersto wn Montgomery 

Slinem korville Berks 

Shoeni'rsvrlle L'bigh 

Short Mouintain Dauphin 

Shousttjwn Aricgoany 

Shrewsbury York 

Shunk Sullivan 

Sidonsburg York 

Silver Creek Schuylkill 
Silver Lake Sus luehanuah 

Silver Spring Lancaster 

Simps(»n's Store Washington 

Sinking Snring 1? -rks 

Sink n" Vall»v p.) .i- 

Sinniatuahoning Caraerosa 

Si|ie's .M ills F.iltou 

Sipesville Som-rset 

Sivcrlings Crawford 

Six Mile Run Beili'nrd 

Skinner's Eddy Wvoming 



Pnst Office. 



County. 



Skippack Montgomery 

Slack Water Lancaster 

Slate Ford Northampton 

Slate Hill York 

Slate Lick Armstrong 

Slat Ridge York 

Slatington . ehigh 

Slippery Rock Butler 

Sloyersville Luzerne 

Smicksburg In iana 

Smilev Susquehan ah 

Smith'field Fayette 

Sniithfield Summit Bradford 
Smithport McKean 

Smith's Ferry Beaver 

Smith's Mills Clearfield 

Smith's Station York 

Smithville Lancaster 

Smitten Indiana 

Smyrna Lancaster 

Snapp's Station Crawford 

Snow Shoe Center 

Snydertown Northumberland 
Sn3"dersville Monroe 

Somertield Somerset 

Somerset Somerset 

Somerton Philadelphia 

Sonestown Sullivan 

Sonnian Cambria 

Sorrel Horse Montgomery 

Souders'ourg Lancaster 

Southampton Somerset 

South Auburn Susquehannah 
S uth Bend Armstrong 

South Creek Bradforcl 

South Easton Northampton 
South Eaton Wyoming 

South Evansville Berks 

South Gibson Susquehannah 
South Hermitage Lancaster 
South Hill Bradford 

South Shenango Ciawford 

South Sterling Wayne 

South U'arren Brailiord 

South ^Vest Warren 

South Whitehall Lehigh 

Spang's M-lls Blair 

Spuugsville Berks 

Sparta Washington 

Spartansburg Crawford 

Sp ersville Fulton 

Siiiunerstown Bncks 

Sporting Hill Lane:istei 

Spraggs Greene 

Sprankle's Mills Jelterson 

Spread Eagle Chester 

Spring Crawford 

Spring Church Armstrong 

Spr'ng Creek Warred. 

Spring Dale Alleghany 

Springfield Bradford 

Springfield X Roads Erie 

Springfield Furnace Bl lir 

Spring Forge York 

Spring Hill Bradford 

Spring Hill Furnace Favettc 
Spring Mills Center 

Spring House Montg mery 

Spring Run Franklin 

Springtown Bu kg 

Springville Susquehannah 

Spruce Creek Huntingdon 

Spruce Hill Juniata 

Square Corner Adams 

Stahlstown Westmoreland 

Standing Stone Bradford 

Slants' Store Clarion 

Star Warren 

Starucca Wayne 

State ..ine Franklin 

Steamburg Crawford 

Steam Mill Warren 

Steeleville Chester 

Steinsburg Bucks 

Steinsvil'o Lehigh 

StenibersviUe C.unbria 

Sterling Wayne 

Sterretania Erie 

-<terrett's Gap Perry 

Stevenson's Mills Wavn'e 

Steuben Crawford 

Stevensville Bradford 

Stewart Erie 

Stewart's Run Venango 

S tewartstown ^'o^k 

Ste warts ville Westmor_dand 

Stillwater Columbia 

Stoekertown Northampton 

Stockton Ltzcrne 
Stoddartsville 

Stone Church Northampton 

Stoucrstowa Bedford 



PoH Office. 

Stonersville 

Stony Creek 

Stony Fork 

Stormville 

Stouchbnrg 

Stonghstown 

Stouts 

Stoycstown 

Strabanc 

S'rasburg 

Strattouville 

Straustown 

Strawbridge 

Street Road 

Street's Run 

Striekersville 

Strinestown 

Stode's Mills 

Strongstow'n 

Stroudsburg 

Sugar Grove 

Sugar Lake 

Sugar Run 

Sugartown 

Sugar Valley 

Sullivan 

Summer Hill 

Summersville 

Summit 

Summit Hill 

Summit ]\Iill3 

Summit Station 

Sumneytown 

Snnbury 

Sunville 



Count!/, 

Brks 

Somerset 

Tioga 

Monroe 

B.rks 

Cumber and 

Northampton 1 

Somerset | 

Washington • 

Lan aster 

Clarion 

Berks 

York 

Chester 

Alleghany 

Chester 

York 

Mifflin 

Indiana 

Monroe 

W irren 

Crawford 

Bradford 

Chester 

Clinton 

Tioga 

Cambria 

Jefferson 

Cambria 

Carbon 

Soni. rset 

Schuylliill 

Blontgomery 

Northumberland 

Ven;ingo 



Surgeon's Hall Alleghany 

Susqiehanuah Daujthin 

Susquehannah Depot 

Susquehannah 
Suters-ille Westmoreland 

Sutton's Corners Cra^v ord 
Swan Station 
Swan's Mills 
Hwartzville 
Swatara 
Swatara Station 
Sweden 



Erie 

Lane .ster 



Schu\l'cill 

DV , hin 

p.. ter 

L , rne 



Sweet Valley 

Sybertsville 

Sylvan 

Sylvania 

Table Rock 

Taiouy 

Talton 

T Ibotville 

Talley Covey 

'I allmansville 

Tamagua 

Taniarac 

T.inner's Falls 

Tannersville 

Tannery 

Tarentrim 

Taylorstown 

Tavlorsville 

Teepleville 

Temperanceville 

Temple 

Ten Mile 

Ten Mile Bottom 

Terre Hill 

Texas 

Thompson Susquelian:!ah 

Thompsontown Juniata 

Thompsonville Washin on 

Thorndale Iron Works Ch "ter 

Thornbury 



Frair lin 
Bra ! >rQ 
A' ams 
Philadelphia 
P.kes 
Cluster 
Allegh.aiy; 
U'avnc 
Schuvlkiir 
Crawforii 
W«vi. 
Mo ru' 
lui: an 
AUeghau; 
Washing. lie 
Back 
Craw;ori 
Allegh u, 
Berk 
Washingt(jui 
Venango I 
Laneasterj 
Lycom ' ngj 



Three Springs 

Three Tons 

Thurlow 

Tidionte 

Tinker Run 

Tioga 

Tioga Valley 

Tionesta 

Tippecanoe 

Tipton 

TitnsviUo 

Tivoli 

I'odd 

Ti)nib's Run 

Tn A uu'la 

Town Hill 

Town Line 

Trappe 

Treibleville 

Treniont 

Treskow 

Trevorton 

Trexlerto wn 

Trout Run 

Troatville 



Hunting Ion 

Moutgon' ry 

Delaw ere 

W^inen 

Westmoreland 

T oga 

Brad ord 

Venaigo 

Fav ',te 

B. lir 

Craw ird 

Lycim 

Huntiii 

Lve„t: 

B: . ' 

L . 



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Snv'-ler 

Bruaford 

Crawford 

Luz_'i*Qe 

B icks 

BTk3 

Bitts 
U-rks 

Wyoming 
NortUumberl.uid 

Somerset 

Po:ter 

Craw.'ord 

Alle^'lUiny 



Tro 

Tro 

Tro. C. -liter 

Tnu-vsville 

Tni nil irsT 

Tue rtoa 

Till ,:.)»n 

Tul 1 •ti;iceaQ 

Tun ill laaock 

Tur'. .:.ille 

Turx-v Root 

Turir Creek 

TnririviUe 

Tur : ■ Cr.'ek 

Tus ir ira 

Two Tiverna 

Tvl ,•< 

Tvl -f^liirs 

Tvl Tii.jrt 

TVi liCille 

T>r„ 1. 

Tvr.j 13 MilU 

Trrrjl 

iTh! r-viUe 

VU: r 

Ulvs^.-s 

riv';ei Center 

tJiiiiraad's 

Uni 111 

UnionCirner Northumberlami 

llni.ia Dale Susquehaiittali 

Uni in D -posit Da iphin 



Post OJice. 

W^avnesbur^ 

XVcaver's Mill 

Weaversville 

Weatherly 

iVebiter 

Weaver's Old Stand 

Webster's Mill 

Weisenburg 

Weisport 

WeUh Ran 

Wellersburg 

Wclliversville 

Wellsboro' 

Wells' Corners 



County. 



Post OJice. 



J^ 



CoUHtjf. 



Greene I Windsor 
Lancaster Windsor Castle 
Jiiortham|iton 1 Winfi 1,1 

C.irhon Wittenburg 

•-•'■•■•■ Wintersville 

Woir Creek 



Westmoreland 



Schuvltiill Wells' TauQcrv 

Ad.ims '"■■■--■ •' 

Clearti.-id 

Clarion 

Montsoiuery 

Clinton 

Blair 

Fayette 

Veiiaiijo 

Northampton 

BradTorJ 

Pottar 



Berk: 



Unioa Forge Lebanon 

Unio.i Mills Brie 

Union s mare Montiomery 
Uni ■ uown Fayette 

Unii.ille Chester 

Unity Cran-l'ord 

Uni;,vi!le Lycoming 

Ufi. r Black Eddy Backs 

Up;>rDirby Delanjire 

r Dablin Montgomery 
rjlahantango Schuylkill 
r Midiileton Fayette 

r St. Clair Alleghany 
r Srrasburg Franklin 

Susqnehannah 
Franklin 



Wellsville 

Weruersville 

Wescosville Lehigh 

Jj^'^'ey Venauito 

iVesleyville Krie 

West Alexander Washington 

West Auburn Susiuehanuah 

West Barre Huntingdon 

VVest Brownsville Washington 

West Barlington BralVord 

Westchester Westeheiter] Xenia 

West Dablin K.iUoii | Yardlevville 

West Earl Lancaster! Yellow Creek 

U est hlizabeth Alleghany Yellow .Spring 

West h,nd Bedford Yocnmtown 

VV est Fairfield Westmoreland " 



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R n-en 
C imp 

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C-uz 



■ Green 
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■ard Mills 
asville 
i-ville 
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Upp 

Upi. 

Upo. 

Up.:- 

Up.. 

Up-. 

Up- 

L n 1 

Utai 

Uten 

Uti.- 

Va!l ■ 

Vao 

Va 

Veo 

Ver 

Ver 

Ver 

Vir 

Vin 

Vin 

Vir 

Va 

Vo: 

Wa 

Wa 

Wa 

Wa 

Wa' ' leeville 

Wa l^viUe 

Wa-i :t 

Walii - Bottom 

Wal:^- Mills 

Wap LViiiopen 

War or Isburg 

Warminster 

Warm S-'irinss 

WarrnC. H. 

Warr.i.i Center 

Warr ;aham 

Wair,-nsville 

Warren Tavern 

Warr'ogton 

Warrior's Mirk 

rt'ars-ivv 

Wa iiagton 

lY.i- I'u rtonville 

.Va -.-r C ire 

.Yi -r ord 

.Ya 

Va 

Ya 

Ya 

Ya',< 



•s Mills 



r:'to 

:■ .o Mills 

r -jtrcet 

•ville 



Ch 

In lima 
B.itler 
Venan-'o 
Chester 
Washington 
Columbia 
Crawford 
Lehigh 
Wyomiu^- 
WestmorelanJ 
Delaware 
Che-fi- 
Huntin.' ;oa 
Berks 
Lancaster 
Ijawrence 
Chester 
Lancaster 
C -nt r 
Alleghany 
Chester 
Venango 
L'.izerne 
Juniata 
Cumberland 
Westmoreland 
Lozeru-e 
Filton 
B icks 
P-rrv 
Warren 
Bradford 

Lycoming 

Chester 

B icks 

H mtingdon 

Jetfersou 

Washington 

Mmtoui- 

Beaver 

IHrie 

Juniat!. 

Ch-ster 

H'lntingdon 

Lvcomirig 



West Fairview Cumberland 
Westfall Pike 

Westtield Tioga 

West Finley Washington 

West Franklin Bradford 

West Freedom Clarion 

West Greenville Mercer 

West Greenwood Crawford 
\\'est Grove Clie.ster 

West Hanover Daupliin 

West Uaverford Delaware 
West Lebanon Indiana 

West Manchester Alleghany 
West Manheim York 

VVest .Middlesex Mercer 

West iliddletown Washington] 
West Nanticoke Luzerne 

West N wton Westmoreland 
West Penn Schavlkill 

West Pike Potter 

Westport Clinton 

West Salem Mercer 

West Sheffield Warren 

West Spring Creok 
West Springfield 

West Vincent 

West Warren 

West Whitelana 

West Windham 

\Yexford 

Wharton 

A'lieatland Mills 

White Ash 

White Cottage 

White's Corners 

White Deer 

White Der Mills 

White Hall 

White Hall Station 

Whitehallv.Uc 



York 

B-rk« 

(^nioQ 

Someriel 

Rick4 

M -rcer 

Lycoming 

C-nlrt 

B?rks 

B-dford 

Or* * ford 

Clearlield 

Wn >in.;ton 

S-h ivlkill 

AU-lY.ioy 
C--Ilter 

M inlgnmerr 
M r - 
Arm*; 
II 

Y Tk 
Liwrellee 
Bradford 
L'jirrne 
Bradford 
York 
Bicki 
Bed fori 
BUir 
York 
lohogauv WestmorelaO'l 

Young Womanstown Clinloni 
Vork York I 

York Furnace •• I 

York Sulphur Sprin-rs Adams 



Fulton \Yolf Kan 
Lehigh Wolf's Store 
Carbon iWomelsdorf 
Franklin I Woodbury 
Somerset jWoo'K-ock 
Columbia I Woodland 
Tioga] Wood row 
Krie Wooilside 
Fulton j Woodville 
York I Woo Iwar.l 
Berks I Worc.-ner 
Worth 

Worth ington 
VYri^ihlstown 
Wri.'htsville 
Wurti-mburg 
VYyalusing 
Wyoming 
W'vsox 



PolOfiet. 

Pnrn D*l« 
Prrv«»ilU 
Phenii 
I'-n H tl 

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RorkUo'l 

R-)-Vr II.. 

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Wukii:t«a 
Wwkikrt«« 

Wi,,'. I ., 



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Youn.'stown 

Youngsville 

Zelienople 

'/.ion 

Ziedersville 

Zollersville 



Wcstm-ireland 

W«rr«n 

Bitler 

Center 

Montiromery 

Waihin^ton 



r -.eri -a 

Titrrtoa F^orC- r 

T..»,.r II -1 

I 

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WarreB 

WnrtT-r^ 

U- „ 

V. 

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VV .-"l (rrrvBwich * 

Wickfort 
W«.,d»ill. 
Woontoekcl F»lli 
Wromlnr 



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RUoile Islauil. 



SduIIi (arolifi I. 

Post OJU*. Cumalr. 



I'C If. 

R.IB 



Eric 

Chester 

Bradford 

Chester 

Bradford 

Alleirhanv 

Potter 

Lancaster 

Alleghany 

Gr. 



Post OiTict 



in;own Northumberl ml 



Yaiersoa's Ferry 
Ya-t-b -rg 

Yav-i-iy 
Yam irt 
Vayae 
ray.iesboro' 



Clarion 

E.ie 

Luzerne 

Wayne 

Erie 
Frankliu i 



\'hite Haven 
VV hite House 
Whitelev 
White Marsh 
White Mills 
White Oaks 
White Pine 
White Springs 
White's Tannery 
Whitestown 
Wicoaisea 
W'.lcox 
Wilkesliarre 
Wilkins 
W Ikinsburg 
Willet 

Willliamsburg 
W lliams" Grove 
Williamsport 
Williain-v^lle 
W.ll-.stou 
Willistown Inn 
Willow Grovo 
Willow Street 
Willow Tree 
Willmoro 
Wilsonia 
VYilson's Mills 
Wind Gap 
Winlh im 
Wind Ridge 

^ 



.\damsville 
.Albion 
Alk-Mton 
.-Vrcad I a 
.\shaway 
Barriiiiton 
Bliss Four Corners 
Bristol 
Birrillville 
Carolina Mills 
Center dale 
C.iit-rville 
Charlestown 
Cheiiachet 
C'lVentrv 
C imberlana Hill 
Potter I Divisville 
Lycomiug , Diamond HiU 
I'nioii j Dorrville 
M'Xitourl K:i.sl <Jr..-enwich 
Lehigh ' K-eohea^ 
Backs i B.Keier 
Luzerne ; Fiskeville 
Cumberland ' Fosti r 

(rre"no Foster Center 

Montgomery G or.'iaville 

Wayne Gre-n- 

Lanoaster Greenville 

Lycunin.- H irinony 

('nioii j Hupk.ntiju 



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Wa 

W I 

W.. 

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Br,- 
Pr.-,-. ' 
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W;iah IU-: 
Pr..ri.|-n 
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Pni video 
W.t<',."- 
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Pr 
Pr-. 
Pr. 



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Monroe Jaiue<t>«rn 

I) itler I Kiugst>n 

Diunh n Kni^'iCtville 

E k I La.'ayerte 
Lni--rne! Linie Rock 
All-!pliany I Llitle ('••mpton 
L-m^'l.ite 
Itidi.i ni .Mauton 
Blair Vlanville 
Clearlield Vlapler llx 
Lycoiiiiti::! .Mount Vernon 
K:k .Moliei;an 
Poier .S'.irra;an*ett 
Chester I Vatick 
Montgomery V.»yatt Point 
Lanc.nterl N »p .rt 

(rrc'-ne New .Shorem.in 
Cambria Voueneek 11:11 
Haiitin,-ao 1 1 North Soituato 
Yen n,'i: Oln-yvilU 
Xort'iamiu 1 1 P hc lai? 
Bradior li Piwtuekat 
Greens PawtuxoV 



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POST OFnCES — SOUTH CAROLINA. 



Puat Office. 

Ilrox Ion's Bru\,;;o 
linishy Oieek 

Hack Crcuk 
H.uklK'ii'l 
Itacklii-'ail Cuusej' 
H.u'k Swamp 
H.K-ksvillc 
llauitu Vista 
Hiif.iivl's liria^'C 
.Hug Suainp 
n.aiui-k Creek 
IJiilI Swauip 
Harut Faotorv 
Ua tkr 
IlitLrsville 
Clin Creek 
ai 10 
Calhoun 
Call:o;ia's Mills 
Calk'j Ftjrry 
Canul-n 
CauiLTiiH ville 
Caiiiii Cr )im(l 
CainpiiV.uUa 
C iin]) Ilidge 
Qai.uuirs Store 
fiaruul HUl 
CartiTsville 
Cash vi He 
Catarrli 
Callish 



County. 

Ci'lleton 

Andii'.son 

AuiIltsou 

Spartanburg 

Fairticld 

CulK'Loii 

Marion 

Horry 

GrL'^uvilli: 

Barn well 

H .rrv 

Vi.rk 

Oranjrcburg 

Spartanburg 

LancaitL-r 

Aail^-'rson 

I'ickens 

K^i.^'elickl 

Audi'Tsun 

Al.bjv.Uc- 

Lv^xiUjfLun 

Ivjrsiunv 

iSpurtauliurf; 

P-ckcns 

Si>artanl<uri: 

WiUiainiibari; 

Sjiartaaliuri: 

Clicitei 

Darlin;^Li)u 

Spartanburi: 

Clieit>rli';ld 

JIarion 



Cavia's OMFieias Spartanbir 



Oe.lar 111 a If 
Collar Falls 
Cedar Hill 
Oe.lar Shoal 
Oedar Springs 
Cent r-! ville 
i;iiappell's Bridge 
Cliarlejcou 
Ohcohee 
Oh era n- 
Cherokee Heights 



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Greonv.ll.- 
Spartanbai:; 

Sv'artiinbin>' 

La ir^-ii- 

Xf\vi.L'Vr\ 

Cliarluf,o':, 

P.CkMU- 

ChL'Sterlieltl 
AbbeviU. 



Cherolvi'j Iron Works York 

Chester e. H. Chest, r 

Chesterfield C. H. Cliesterfi.-la 

Chick's Springs Grenuville 

Glaremont Pukens 

Clark's Furk York 

Clark's Mills Lexiui;ton 

Clay Hill Voik 

Clayton's Mills Picken.- 

Clear Spring Greenville 

Cliuiou Laurens 

Clio Marlboruugh 

Cokesbury Alibevifle 

Cold Spring Edgefield 

Colli Water Laurens 

Cold Wei; Union 
C'lU-mau's )>i Roads Edgefield 
Collier's 

Colonel's Fork Pickens 

Col'anihia Riehland 

Goiniay's Borough Horrv 
Caruwall's Turnout Chester 

CotlsHood Mewberry 

Countsville Lexington 

Co«'|K-n lU-anch Barnwell 

Cow pens Spartanburg 

Craigsville Lancaster 

Oraw lords ville Spartanluirg 

Cripple Creek GreiuiviU,- 

Crosbyville Chester 

Cross Anchor Spartanburg 

Cro^s Hill Laurens 

Oro<s Keys Union 

Crows ville Spartan b.irz 

Oareton's Store Lancaster 

U.icusville Pickens 

Datnasoiis Spartanburg 
Diiiin-r's ><j Roads Charleston 

Daniclton Beaulbrt 

Uarl.ngton C. H. Darlin/ion 

Diamond Hall Abbeville 

Dogwood Xeck Horr\ 

Doko Rvehland 

Uimildsvillo Aljbevillr 

Ujru's Cold .Mines " 

Dorn's Mills Kdfrefield 

Dj able Branches Anderson 

Doathet " 

Draft's Mills Lexington 

Draytoniville I'nion 

Dry Creek Lanca-itcr 

Da Id u Greenville 

Dudley Lancaster 

Duck Branch Barnwell 

Due West Corner AbbeviU- 

Uunliartou Barnwell 

Dunklin Greenville 

Dyson's Mills Kdjelicld 



Post Office. 

Earlesvillc 

Kastaloe 

Kbcnezcrville 

Kchaw 

Rda's (Jrove 

Kden 

I'idisto Inland 

lidisto Mills 

Klhngliam Station 

Kighteen JHles 

'•'1 m\-ille 

Elton 

Enoree 

E'lnality 

Erwingion 

Fair Forest 

Fair Play 

Fairview 

Feastevville 

Finger^ville 

Five Forks 

Five ^lile 

Flat Rock 

'lat Slioals 

Flint Kulge 

Florence 

Floydsville 

Forestville 

Fort Mill 

Fort Mottee 

Fort Prince 

Fountain Inn 

Four Mill- Branch 

Fowler's Creek 

Krazierville 

Fri.Midfield 

Friendship 

Fruit 11.11 

Fulton 

(Jadsden 

(TentsviUe 

Gcorg.. '- Creek 

(TeorgctoAvn 

Gevmanville 

Gilchrist's Bridge 

Gilder 

Gillisonville 

Gladd n's Grov; 

tjlassy >Iountain 

Glenn's Springs 

GlympviUe 

(Julden tJrove 

Golden Springs 

Goshen Hill 

Gowansville 

(rowdey ville 

Graham's Turnout 

Graham ville 

fTraniteville 

Grassy Pond 

(ireat Cypress 

Greenti''ld 

^rreenlaud 

Green Pond 

Greenville C. H. 

Grove H II 

Grove Station 

Gully 

Gum Swamp 

Gunter's Store 

Guthriesville 

Haddvell's 

HaljellviUe 

Hain'oiirg 

Hammond 

Hanging Rock 

Ilardeeville 

Hariu(my 

Harmony College 

Harper s Ferry 

Harris burg 

HartsviUe 

Ha/.lewood 

Hebron 

Hickory Grove 

Hickory Head 

Higlilaiid Grove 

Highland Homo 

Highway 

Hobbysville 

Hodges 

Hokeville 

Holland's Stovi 

Hollow Creek 

Holly Springs 

Hone}' Path 

Hope Station 

Hopewell 

Hopkins' Turnout 

Hornsloron^'h 

Horse Creek 

Uurso Gall 



County. Post Offict. County. 

Spartanburg Horse Shoe Pickens 

Pickens Huntersville Greenville 

York Huntington Latirens 

Charleston Hurricane Spartanburg 

Marion Indian Creek Newberry 

Laiiren> Indian Town Williamslnirg 

Colleton Ivy Inland Edir.-field 

Kdiretield Jaeksonboro' 0;pot Cdleton 

Marion Jackson Creek Fai"'held 

Pieken> .lacksonbaru Lancaster 

C illetnn Jackson HiU Spartanburg 

Edgefield .Jalappa Newberry 

Spartanburg Jamison Orangeburg 

Anderson Jeflers'on Chesterfield 

Barnwell Jeffrey 's Creek Marii n 

llnidii Ji»hn.-on Karuwell 

Pickens Johnsonville Williamsburg 

Greenville Jolly Street Newberry 

Fairfield JonesviUe Union 

Spartanburg Jordan's .Mills Orangebug 

Anderson ICaidin Edgefielu 

Pickens Kelton _ I'nion 

Kersliaw Kinnard's Turnout Newberry 

Pickens King Creek Barnwell 

Lancaster Kingstree \ViHiain5bnrg 

Darlington Kirksey'sX Roads Edgefield 

Marion Kitehing's Mills Orangeburg 

Lancaster C. H, Lancaster 

Y'ork Landsford Chester 

Orangeburg Iiaurens C. H. Laurens 

Spartanburg Lawtonville Baufort 

Greenvill; Leavenworth Darlingtcm 

Barnwell LeesviUe Lexington 

Pick'oi- Leundo's Ferrv Williamsbuig 

Abbeville Level Land " Abbeville 

Marion Lewisvillc ' hester 

Clarendon Lexington C. H. Lexington 

Edgefleli'. Liberty Hall Newberry 

CI ir-ndo Lihertx Hill Kershaw 

R'chlanil Li'kville Greenville 

Abbeville Ligiitwood Creek Lexington 

Pickens Lima (Greenville 

Georgetown L iiiestoneSprings Spartanburg 

Edgefield Lime Creek Laurens 

1 llarioii Lisboii Dirl'ugton 

Greenville Little Mountain Newberry 

Bauliiri, Lutle River Horry 

Faiitield Little Roek Marion 

Pick II- Li'ciist Hill Anderson 

Spartanburg Long Branch Beaufort 

Newberrv Long C.ine Abbeville 

Greenville Long Creek Pickens 

Anderson Long Hollow Lexingtc 

Union Longmire's Store Edgefield 

Greenvill, Long Pond Newberry 

Union Long Run Fairfield 

Barnwell Longstreet Lancaster 

Beaufort Lotts Edgefield 

Edgefield Lo ver Three Runs Barnwell 

Spartanburg LowrysviUe Chester 

Barnwell LowndesviUe Ablieville 

Beau fort Lyiesford Fairfield 

Barnwell Lydia Darlington 

Colleton Lynchburg Sumter 

Greenville Lyneh's Creek Marion 

Edgefield Lyneh's Lake 'Williamsburg 

Greenville Lynchwood Kershaw 

Darlington MeConnelNville York 

Marion Mclnnis Bridge Marion 

Lexington McQueen 

York -Maaeheiter Samter 

Charleston Manning Clarendon 

Ch.-ster Mapleton Abliyville 

RdgjtieM .M irengo Laurens 

Barnwell Marietta Grcnville 

Kershaw Marion C. H. Marion 
Beaufort Mars BUitf 

Y'ork .Martin's Creek Pickens 

Sumter Martin's Depot Laarens 

Al bcville .'\Iartin^ville Spartanburg 

Abbeville Maxwell's Mills Pickens 

DarlingtoL Mavbiuton Newbirry 

Chestel .MaysviUe S.iinter 

Spartanburi; IM ansville Union 

\"or!| Meehaniesville Sumter 

Lancaster Meek's Hill York 

Greenville Meeting Street EdTOfield 

Laurens Meli'ille Anderson 

Greenville M.-rritt's Bridge Barnwell 

Spartanburi ^Ierrittsville Greenville 

Abbeville Midway Barnwell 

Greenville Mil lord Greenville 

.•*ndersoi .Mil burg 

Lexingtoi- .Mllersville Barnwei: 

Pickens Millvillo Spartaul iirg 

Anderson .M'lton La ireus 

Lexington Mims Birnw-U 

Yorl' Mine Creek Edgefield 

Richland Mollettsviila Anderson 

Cliesterlielil .Monterey Abbeville 

Greenville Moutieeilo Fairfield 

Ueaufurt ilouUrio Snavtaiihur, 



Post Office. 



Co II, t /. 



Mountain Creek Anderson 

Mountain Ridge Spartanburg 
.Mountain .Shoals 

Monntaiti ^'iew Abbeville 

Mount Bethel Newberry 

Mount Carmel Abbeville 

Mount Crozhan Chesterfield 

Mount iJallaher La irens 

Mount Jov Union 

Mount Lebanon Spartanburg 

Mount Pleasant Laurens 

Mount Tabor Union 

Mountville Laurens 

Mount Willing Edgefield 

Mnllin's Depot Marion 

Murra\''s Ferry Williamsburg 

.Mush Creek ' Greenville 
Natural Grove Williamsburg 

NewtierrvC. H. Newberry 

New Center York 

Newell .Vndersoii 

New House York 

New Market Spartanburg 
New Prospect 

New Zion Clirenden 

Nine Times P'ekens 

Ninety Six Abbe. -He 

North Creek Laurens 

North Santee Charleston 

Oak Grove Union 

Oakland Edgefield 

Oak Lawn Greenville 

Oakton M.'.rion 

Oakville Lexington 

Oak Wav Piclcens 

Oconee Station ' * 

Oil Camp Greenville 

Old Store Chesterfield 
Orangeburg C. 11. Orang-burg 

Orrv lie A nib rson 

P.icolett Depot Spartanburg 

Pacolctt Mills Union 
Pacolett Springs Spartanburg 

Packsville Sumter 

Parks Edgefield 

Park's Creek Abbeville 

Parnassus Murlberough 

Peedee Marion 

Pendleton .Anderson 

Perry's X Roads Edgefield 

Philadelphia Darlington 

Phccnix EK'efield 

Pickens C. H. Pickens 

Pickensville Pickens 

Piercetown Anderson 

Pine Tree Chesterlicld 

Pineville Charleston 

Plain Greenville 

Plantersvillo Willia'iisbarg 

Pleasant Grove Greenville 

Pleasant Hill Lancaster 

Pleasant Lane Kd^i Held 

Pleasant Mound Laurens 

Pleasant Spring Lexiuiton 

Pleasant Valley Lanca-ter 

Pliny Greenville 

Plowden's Mills .Samter 

Pocotaligo Beaufort 

Pomaria Neivberrv 

P'jolsville Spartanburg 

Poverty Hill Eu-'efield 

PowelT's Store Marlborough 

Power's Shop Laurens 

Privateer Stu fer 

Prosperity Newberry 

Providence S • n ter 

Qiieensltorough Anderson 

Red Hill K-rshaw 

Reedv Creek Marion 

Rehoboth Edg- field 

Reidsville .Spartanburg 

Revnosa Laarens 

Richardsonville Edgefield 
Rich Hill f«i Roads - Chester 

Ridge Edjreheld 

R-dgeville Calletoa 

llidgeway Fairfield 

Risli's Store Lex'n-.on 

Roadville Charlc-iton 

Roliertsville Bean ort 

Rock Hill York 

RockJIills .'\nderson 

Rockville Lexlu.;t(ni 

Rocky Mount Fairfield 

Roekv Ridge .\uiiersou 

Uocky Well Lexingion 

Rogers' Bridge Spartan) erg 

Rossville Ciii-ster 

Ramph' Bridge Colleton 

Russell's Place Ker-l.aw 

Saddler's Creek Anderson 

St. George's Colleton 



POST OFFICES TENNESSEE. 



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County. 

OranMburg 

hiimtor 

i CuHeton 

Pickens 

Chester 

Aljt.ovilU- 

Beiiulbrt 

Greenville 

Williamsliiir^' 

Lexington 

Union 

Lexi ftoii 

Laurens 

Jhirion 

Anilerson 



■'<t. Matthew's 

^alem 

.Saltketcher Bridgi 

Sal uhritv 

Saluda Mills 

Sandersville 

Samlover 

Sand Hill 

Sandy Flat 

Sandy Grove 

Sandy Kini 

Sautiiek 

Sawyer's Mills 

Senltletown 

Selkirk 

Seneca 

ShallowTord 

Sharon Valley York 

Shelton Fairfield 

Shiloh Sumter 

Sl.u[i S print; Newberry 

Silver (Jlade Andersn'n 

Silver Hill Beaufort 

Silverton Barnwell 

Simpsou's Mills Laurens 

Simsville Union 

SinnletarysviUe Williamsburg 

Sister Springs Edgefield 

Skull Shoals 

Slabtown 

Smith's Ford 

Sni th's Store 

Sniiih's Turnout 

Sim; hviUe 



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Sno«- Creek 
So.-iety Hill 
Sp.irta 
S|ia' t.mbnrg 
Sp dwell 
S))r iiy Grove 
Rpr ngtown 
St.-. e burg 
St cdinau's 
Steele's 
S'-eep Bottom 
Strling Grove 
Sti'^^ucrsvillc 
S:uke's Bridge 
Stony Point 
Stnuher 
Sunmerville 
Sumter 
Sunny Dale 
Swausey's Ferry 
T.ible Mountain 
Taylor's 
Taylor's Creek 
Temperance Hill 
Temple of Health 
Thomas' y, Rnads 



XInion 

Anderson 

York 

Spartanbur'4 

Y..rk 

Ablie.ville 

Pickens 

Darlington 

Sparttmburc 



Barnwell 

Laurens 

B.irnwell 

Sumter 

Lcxi.igton 

Anderson 

Beau fort 

(}reenville 

Lanc.ister 

Darlington 

Anderson 

Fairfie'ld 

Charleston 

Sumter 

I'iekens 

Abbeville 

Piekens 

Sumter 

York 

JIariou 

AlibeviUe 

Darlington 



Post Office. 

\Vhitmires 

VV'idemau's 

Wild Cat 

Williamson's M 

Williamston 

Willington 

W llistou 

\V'lbjw Creek 

VVillow Swamp 

Wilson's Creek 

Windsor 

Winnsboro' 

AVoodlawn 

Wi.odrnlt's 

Wo"d Shop 

Woodward 

Wright's Bluff 

^'aney 

Vanhanna 

Vonguesville 

Yorkvillc 

Young's Store 

Zeno 



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County. 

Newberry 

Ai bcvilfe 

Lancaster 

Lexinnlou 

Aiulersoii 

Abbevill,. 

I!arn»ell 

Marion 

Orange bull' 

A blue ill, 

Barnwell 

Fairtielii 

lOdgetiel.l 

Spartanburg^ 

Darlington 

Barnwell 

Clareiiden 

Ander.son 

Georgetown 

Fa'rtield 

York 

Laur.n- 

York 



Post Office. 



Phomason's Creek Spartanburg 



Tiller's Ferry 

Timber llidge 
'niii.i.isvtlle 

Tinckei-'s Creek 

Tir.^a 

Tom.sville 

Torbit's Store 

Tow nseille 

Toxaway 

Tucker's Pond 

Tumbling Shoals 

Titnuell Hill 

Twelve-Mile 

Twenty-Six 

Tylersvillo 

Kuiouville 

A' alley Falls 

Vance's Ferry 

Varennes 

V* rnousville 
■Walhalla 
Walker's 
Wallace 
AValterborough 
"Walton 
Warrenton 
"Warsaw 
Waterl 00 
"Wateree 
"Webster's Store 
Well Ridge 
AVest Creek 
West's Spring 
^^'hetstone 
^V^ h i p py S warn p 
White lUane 
AV'ite Hill 
White Horse 
White Plains 
White Pond 
White Sand 



Kershaw 

Union 

Darlington 

Barnwell 

York 

Chester 

Anderson 

Pickens 

Edgefield 

Laurens 

Piekens 

Pickens 

Anderson 

Laurens 

Union 

Spartanburg 

Orangeburg 

Anderson 

Oraiureburg 

Pickens 

Colleton 

Chester 

Colleton 

Newberry 

Abbeyville 

Pickens 

Laurens 

Richland 

Spartanburg 

Chester 

Edgefield 

Union 

Pickens 

Beaufort 

Orangeburg 

Pickens 

Greenville 

Chesterfield 

Barnwell 

Orueuville 



Adams' Station 
.idamsvill- 
Afton 

.Manthns Hill 
Ail-any 

Alexandria 

.■VI t.imont 

Alto 

Alton Hill 

Amity Hill 

Aj;derson 

Au.lerson's Store 

.Andrew Chapel 

.Autioeh 

Appleton 

Arcadia 

Arrington 

Ari/.onia 

Ashland City 

Ashland 

Ash port 

Ash wood 

.•\spen Hill 

Athens 

Auburn 

Austin 

Bagdad 

taker's Gap 

Ball Camp 

Ball Play 

Barnardsville 

Barren 

Barren Plain 
Barton's Creek 

Basin Spring 

Bean's Station 

Bear Creek 

Beardstown 

Beaver Creek 

Heaver Ridgis 

Beech 

Beech Grove 

Bee Creek 

Belleville 

Belfast 

Bell Buckle 

Bellsburg 

Bell's Depot 

Belltowu 

Bellville 

Bennett's Ferry 

Benton 

Benton Hill 

Berlin 

BershebaSpriugs 

Bethel 

Bethesda 

Bethlehem 

Hi:; Barren Forge 

Big Bottom 

Rigbyville 

Big Creek 

Big Hill 

Big Rock 

jiig Spring 

Birch Wood 

Black Jack 

Black Oak 

Blain's X Roads 

Blantou's Store 

Bloomiugton 



vssee. 

Count 'J. 

Robertson 
Mi-N'airv 

SlKdb"> 
Haueoek 

ll.nrv 
DeKall 
G rutoly 
Friinklin 
Maeiui 
H:irdem:ui 
Frank I in 
MeNa.r.\ 
Matlisou 
(ribson 
Lawrence 
Sullivan 
Williamson 
Shent\ 
Cheathaiii 
Wayn, 
Landeri'alc 
Maur\ 
(iil,-s 
MeM inn 
CaniHin 
Wilson 
Smith 
Jidinson 
Kn"i,\ 
Monroe 
Roan. 
W iU iain.*oT» 
Rohertson 
Dickson 
Wil 1 ianison 
Grainvcr 
Potntim 
Perrv 
Sullivaii 
Kno.\ 
Sumner 
CoHei 
Bledsoe 
Roane 
Mar.,hall 
Bed for. 
Dickson 
Havwond 
Jfonroe 
R< ane 
Jat'kson 
P.ilk 
Binti.n 
Marshiill 
Grund\ 

GlleV 

Williamson 

Robertson 

Claiborne 

Humidireys 

.Maurv 

ShelbV 

Jle.Vairy 

Stewart 

Wilsiin 

Haniilti>n 

Robertson 

Weakley 

(•ntinvor 

HedforH 



Pos OJict. 

Blountsville 
ninfl Point 
BluB' Springs 
Boatland 
I!"'lenli.im 
Bo! i \ itr 
Bon Kau 
Boon's rr.'.-k 
Boon's Hill 

I th's Point 

Boston 

Bowling (Jri'eu 
r.oycl's Crci-k 
I'oydsvillc 
Bradshaw 
Bradyville 
Brentwood 
Briek Mill 
Hritt's Landing 
Brodie's Landing 
Brook's Tan Yard 
Brownsville 
Brovli'sville 
lira -h Creek 
Buck Point 
Bue Iiaaii 
Buena\'ista 
Hiiflabi 
Bulfalo Ridge 
Boll Ken 
Bull's (iup 
ISuiiker's IHIl 
Buib-r 
Butler's Landing 



nvro. 

C.ilde's Valley 

Cable's Cove 

I'ag'ville 

Cainsville 

Caleb's Valley 

Caledonia 

('al Ilium 

Cainareo 

Cainili'ii 

Canipb. U's Rest 

Cainpbell'« Station 

Campbellsvillu 

Camp Creek 

Canasauga 

Cane Bottom 

Cane Creek 

Caney Branch 

Caiiey S|iring 

('an lion's More 

Caiitrell's ^ Road.!! 

Curloekvillc 

t^irolinii 

Carter's Creek 

Carter's Depot 

Cariersvillu 

Carthage 

Cass 

Castaliun SprinRa 

Cave 

Cave Spring 

C'l'dar Creek 

Cedar Ford 

Cedar (i rove Furnace 

Celiiia 

Centre Mound 

Center I'oiiit 

Ci-nterville 

Chapel Hill 

Charily 

ChnrleHton 

Charlotte 

{^httaeville 

CliHttaniMtga 

Cliawalln 

Cheap Valbv 

Cheksville' 

Cherry Gro\i' W 

Cherry Slouiii 

Cherry V«Iley 

Chestnut llliifT* 

rheslniit Grove 

Chi'stniii Hill 

Chestnut Mould 

CheKtiinl Kid-.' 

Che.'lliilt Viill.ir 

(^liirknmotCH 

Chilho«ce 

Christiana W 

Cbri«tini>«villo 

Chiirrh Gn.ro 

(^Irtrksluirjt 

CI»rl<.<toir|l 

CUrkKvill.' .^''■"'' 

Clear lltunch W »■ 

Clear Creek 
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Humphrew 

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POST OFFICES — TENNESSEE. 



Pout Office. 

I-]l!..-ioy 
!•>' :n (rrove 
ICUu Tree 
KiiiaC illcge 
K.iU'rnrise 
K 1 uility 

Eitill's Springs 

Kvr Mills 
F.icilitv 
i'",i.;t,ii-'s Fork 
Fairtk-l.l 
F.iir (JarJeu 



Count!/. 

Bliiiiat 

Carter 

Woiiklc.r 

Summer 

(Tib^ou 

Jaikioii 

Fr.iiikljn 

Mi; Minn 

MjiL'ou 

Monroe 

M C.Minn 
VVavne 

Bedl'or.l 
S.'vier 

F rmoniit Srontgomery 

Ftll-j Hraneh Wasjiiiimon 

Fall Uivar Lanrencu 

F ill ini; Water Putnam 

Farniui:;tOQ Marshall 

Fannville Henderson 

Fa ette Cirners Fayette 

F.iyettville Lincoln 

Fil'more Bl..iUiie 

Fiiicaitle Campbell I 

F -ill rville Shelby I 

Fl-i, P'lnd Washington 

E. It Creek Bedford 

Fiiatville Lincoln 

Flinn'sLick Jaeksmi 

Forltown Sullivan 

F-jrrestHiU Over 

Forest Mills Coffee 

Forked Deer Haywood 

Fo " BljiiQt Jackson 

Furcs Station Robertson 

F iter's >< Roads Bledsoe 

Fi)s:erville Rutherford 

F" intain Creek Mann 

FiintainHead Sumner 

F I intain HiU McMinu 
Fo ir Jnie Branch Slonro ■ 
Fo.vler's Landing Humphreys 

Fo\ Spring Overton 

F.Muklin Williamson 

Frauklin College Davidson 

Fraak's Branch Jackson 

Fr ink's Ferry White 

Fr-louia Jfoutgomery 

F -eedom W'asiiington 

Fi'eraont Obion 

Friendship Dyer 

Pi- endsvilla Blount 

F illen'3 Greene 

F Hon Lauderdale 

Gid-^din Ma.dison 

G lioBsborough Jackson 

Galloher's Knox 

Gi'latia Sumner 

Gil way Fayette 

G iinhle's Store Blount 

G ip Creek Knox 

Gas Factory Lincoln 

Gitlinburg Sevier 

(j.'or^o's Store Lincoln 

Ger.iiaiitown Shelby 

G:bb3' y. Roads Smith 

Gibson's Store Campbell 

Gibson's Wells Gibson 

G bsonville Giles 

Gillis' Mills Hardin 

Glades Morgan 

Gladeville Wilson 

Glen Rock Lawrence 

Globe Creek Marshall 

Goodtield Meigs 

Goodletsville Davidson 

Goose Creek Macon 

Gordonsville Smith 

Go irley's Bridge Greene 

Goshen Lincoln 

Gott's 'yi Roads Sullivan 

Gran 1 Junction Hardeman 

Graotsborough Campbell 

Granville Jackson 

Grassy Cove Cumberland 

Graysburg Greene 

Gray's Hill Roane 

Gravel Hill McXairy 

Gre?n Bottom Shelbv 

Gre.n HiU Wilso'n 

GreJnTree White 

Greeneville Greene 

Greenwood Shelby 

Gretna Green Sumner 

Grove Monut Dyer 

(fain Grove Shelby 

Gustavus Greene 

Hackberry Roane 

Haglesville Henry; 

Hale's Mills Fentrei's 

H.a 1'3 Creek Uumphreys 



Post Office. 



County 



Hall's Hill Rutherford 

Hamburg Hardin' 
Himilton L:inding Jackson I 

Hammnnd's Store Giles 

Hampshire Maury' 

Hanna's Suranerj 

Happy Valley Carter * 

llirdi'son's Mills Maury 

Harrisburg Sc'ier 

Harrison Hamilton 

Harrison's Store Shelby 

Hartsville S imner 

llartwood Bedford 

Hatchie MvNairy 

Haw's X Roads Washington 

Hay's Store Wilson 

H uel Flat Shelby 

Haynes Grainger 

Head of Barren Claiborne 

Hecla Carroll 

Henderson's Mill Greens 
Henderson's Spring Sevier 

Hendersonville Sumner 

Henrietta Cheatham 

Ifenri's Station Henry 

Henry's y. Roads Sevier 

llenryville Lawrence 

Hcrhertsville Hardin 

Hermitage Djcatnr 

Hickory Hill Bedford 

Hickory Creek Coffee 

Hickory Valley Hardeman 

Hickory Withe Fayette 

Hi CO Carroll 

Higdon'3 Store Polk 

Hi,i;hland Jackson 

Hilham Overton 

Hillsboro' Coffee 

il.lton's Sullivan 

Holly Leaf Gibson 

(iolston Valley Sullivan 

Holt's Corners Marshall 

Hope Stewart 

Hope's Creek Roane 

Hope Hill Gibson 

Hopewell Maury 

Horner's Store Grainger 

Horse Creek Greene 
Howard's Quarter Claiborne 

Howesville Decatur 

H.imbolt (Jibson 

K uitington Carroll 

Hunt's Station Franklin 

H iiitsviUe Scott 

Hurricane Franklin 

Hurt's y Roads Maury 

Increase Warren 

Independence Dickson 

Independent Hill Rutherford 

Indian Creek Washington 

Indian Mound Stewart 

Iiigleside Hardin 

Iron Mountaia Stewart 

Irvine's Store Weakley 

Irving College Warren 

Isom's Store Maury 

Jacksborough Campbell 

Jack's Creek Henderson 

Jackson iladison 

Jacksonville Obion 

Jalappa Monroe 

Jamestown Fentress 

Jasper Marion 

Jefferson Rutherford 

Jennings' Fork Smith 

Jenkins' Depot Hardeman 

Jessamine Shelby 

Johnston's Mill Monroe 

Johnson's Depot Washington 
Jonesborough 

Jonesville Cocke 

Jordan's Store Williamson 

Jordan's Springs Montgomery 

Jordan's Valley Rutherford 
Juno 
Kansas 
Kelso 
Kenton 

Kinsey's Store 
Kincannou's Ferry 
Kings port 
Kingston 
Kuoxvilla 
Lafayette 
Laguardo 
Lagrange 
Lake 

Lancaster 
Laueheld 
Laurel Gap 
^Laurel Hill 
i Lawreaceburg 



PoKt Office. County. 

La Vergao Rutherford 

Lavinia Carroll 

Lead Vale Jefferson 

Lebanon Wilson 

L -esburg Washington 

L :e Valley Hawkins 

L noir's Roane 

L nora Springs Hamilton 

Lewisburg Marshall 

L -xingtou Henderson 

L'berty DeKalb 

Lick Creek Hickmanl 

Liin;stone Hamilton! 

L mestone Cove Career 

Limestone Springs Greene 

L'nden Perry 

Lineport Stewart 

L uwood Wilson 

L'ttlc Chucky Greene 

L ttle Doe Johnson 

Live Well Anderson 

Livingston Overton 

Lober-ille Perry 

Lockport Wilson 

Locust Grove Weakley 

Locust Mount Washington 

Locust Shade Overton 

Loldy Hamilton 

Lodi Jackson 

Lonrton Roaiie 

Liugmire Washington 

Long Savannah Hamilton 

Looney's Creek Marion 

Lost Creek Union 

Louisville Blount 

Loivryville Hardin 

Loy's y Roads Anderson 

Lynchburg Lincoln 

Lynnville Giles 

r^vons' Store Hawkin 
McAllister's y Roads 

Montgomery 

McDonald Bradley 

McLemoresville Carroll 

McMillan Knox 

McMinnville Warren 

Macedonia Carroll 

Macon Fayette 

Madison Davidson 

Madisonvillo Jfonroe 

Magnolia Stewart 

Manchester Cofl'ee 

Manlyville Henry 

Mansfield " 

Maple Spring Cumberland 

Marble Hall Hawkins 

Marble Hill Franklin 

Marlborough Carroll 

Marrowbone Davidson 

Marshall's Ferry Grainger 

Marysville Blount 

Mason's Grove Madison 

M isnn Hall Obion 

Maytield Jackson 

Mavnardvslle Union 

Mechaniesville Cannon 

Mecklenburg Knox 

Medium Marshall 

Medon JIadison 

Meesville Bradley 

Meigsville Jackson 

Memphis Shelby 

Midbridge Giles 

Middleburg Hardeman 

Middle Creek McMinu 

Middle Cypress Wayne 

Middle Fork Henderson 

Middleton Rutherford 

Midway (xreene 

Mililin Henderson 

Milan Depot 'Mb.son 

Mill Bend Hawkins 

JMill's Branch Van Biiren 

Miller's C'lapel Dyer 

Henderson Millersville Robertson 

Jefferson Mill Point Sullivan 

Lincoln MillviUe Lincoln 

Obion Mill Wood Washington 

Polk Milton Rutherford 

Me-gs Mint Springs Stewart 

Sullivan Mitehellsville Station Sumner 

Roane Molino Lincoln 

Knox I Monroe Overton 

Macon I Monterey McNairy 

Wilsoni Montezuma 

Fayette Mouticello Hardin 

Rhea 5Ioutroj3 Smith 

Smith iloutvale Spring Blount 

Hay wood [ Moore's X Roads I^Ieigs 

(Jreene, Moore's Rjst Anderson 

DeKalb I Mooresville Marshall 

Lawrence 1 MorjU's Mill Sullivan 



Post Office. County. 

Morgan Morgan 

Morgan's Creek Benton 

Morganlowa Blount 

Morning Sua Shelby 

Morrison Warren 

M<»rristown Jefferson 

Moscow Fayette 

Mo^s\- Creek Jefferson 

Mountain Tiptoa 

Mountain Creek Warren 

Mount Airy Bledsf>e 

Mount Carmel Wilaou 

Mount Comfort Fayette 

Mount Harmony JIoAUnn 

Mount Holyoke Henry 

Mount Peli'a Weakley 

Mount Pinson Madison 

Mount PisL'ah Overton 

;Mount Pleasant Maury 

Mount Vernon Slonroe 

Mount Vista Henry 

Mount Zion Tipton 

Mouth of Hiwassee Meigs 

Mouth of Sandy Henry 

Mouth of Wolf Overton 

Mild Creek McVairy 

Mulberry Lincoln 

■^'ulherrv Gap Hancock 

^' iirfre'-sborough Rutherford 

N'ashville Davidson 

Nebraska Jefferson 

Nelson HiU Wilson 

Xetherland ' Overton 

X.'ttle Carrier " 

Newark White 

N'ewbern Dyer 

N'ew Boston Henry 

N'ewburg Lewis 

Xew C^-nton HawAius 

Newcastle H irdeman 

N'ew Hope Murshall 

Newmanville Greene 

N'ew Market Jefferson 

Xew Middleton Smith 

N'ew port Cocke 

N'ew Providence Montgomery 

N'ew York "' 

Nicoinek Marion 

N'ineJlile Bledsoe 

Nolensfille Williamson 

Normandy Bedford 

Xorris Creek Lineoln 

North Fork Henry 

North Springs Jackson 

Oak Flat Giles 

Oak Forest Henderson 

Oak (riove Jefferson 

Oak Hill Overton 

Oak HiU Seminary Coffee 

Oakland Fayett* 

Oakley Overton 

Oik R'etreat Wilson 

Oakwood Montgomery 

Oceola Cheatham 

Ocoa Polk 

Okolono Carter 

Old Hickory Weakley 

Old Town Claiborne 

Oliver's Anderson 

Olympus Overton 

Onecho Cheatham 

Ones Greene 

Oregon Lincoln 

Orme's Store Bledsoe 

Ottewah Hamilton 

Owl Hill Morgan 

Oxford McWinn 

Palestine Lewis 

Pall Mall Fentress 

Palmetto Bedford 

Palmyra Montgomery 

Palo Alto Lawrence 

Pandora Johnson 

Panther Springs Jefferson 

PaperviUe Sullivan 

Paradise Humphreys 

Paris Heni-y 
Parker's X Roads Henderson 

ParksviUe Polk 

Pai'ottsville Cocke 

Patriot Wayne 

Paw Paw Ford Roane 

Peaeher's Mills Montgomery 

Pea Ridge " 

Pekin Jackson 

Pel ham Grundy 

Perryville Decatur 

Peyton's Creek Lincoln 

Petersburg Smith 

Peytonsville Williamson 

Philacelphia Slonroe 

Pigeon Forse Savier , 



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POST OFFICES — ^TEXAS. 



Punl Office. County. 

PikcTille 

PilloHvillo 

Pilot Kuob 

Pine hluff 

Pint- Laud 

Pine Kidge 

Piue Springs 

Pine Tup 

Pine 'Wood 

Pincy Flats 

Pisgah 

Pitts X Roads 

Pleasart ^...uur 

i'leasant Exchange Heud^rsuii 

I levant Hill Cumberland 

1 leasant Movind Sloutgomerv 



Bledsoe 

Weakley 

Gr'-eue 

'VWiiTen 

Meigs 

JtcMinn 

Fentress 

Morgan 

Hickman 

Sullivan 



Post Office. 



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County. 



Ple:isant Plains 

Pleasant Shade 

Pleasantville 

Pocahontas 

Point Mason 

Poland Springs 

Pomona 

Ponville 

Poor Hill 

Poplar Spring 

Porte rsville 

Port Royal 

Post Oak Springs 

Potter's Branch 

Pouch Creek 

Powder Spring Gap 

PrKstonville 

Prospect Depot 

Pulaski 

Puncheon Camp 

Purdy 

Qaarrjsville 

Quincy 

Racoon Valley 

Raleigh 

Randolph 

Re^dyville 



Savannah 
Scott's HiU 
Seviervillo 
Sewce 
ShadT 
Shady Hill 
Sharon 
Shelhyville 
Shiloh 
— , Shop Spring 
GileslShown's i-j'Roads 
Bledsoe i Silesia 
Claiborne ' Silver Creek 
Silver Spring 
Silver Top 
Slaydensville 
Sligo 

Smith's y. Roads 
Smith's Fork 
Smithville 
Smyrua 
Sueedsville 
Snoddy ville 
Snow Hill 
Solon 
Solsburg 
SomervUle 
S or by- 
South Carroll 
South Gibson 



dy ville 

Red Boiling Springs 

Red Bridge 

Red Hill 

Red Mound 

Red River 

Reynolds Depot 

Rheatown 

Riceviile 

Richardson's 

Richland Station 

Richmond 

Ridge Post 

Ridgeville 

R'SS'^y. Roads 

Kinggold 

Ripley 

River Bend Forge 

River Hill 

Ruan Mountain 

Robertsville 

Rub Camp 

Roberson's X Roads 

Robinson's Store 

Rockford 

Rock Island 

Rockport 

Rocky Mount 

Kocky River 

Rocky Spring v..-.^5.>-. 

Rogersville Junction Hawkins 

Roge rsville 

ivome 

Romeo 

Roseterry 

^ose Cret'k 

Ross 

Rossville 

Rough and Ready 

Round Top 

Rover 

Kowesyille 

iianninc Water 

Rural Hill 



Lincoln 

Smith 

Hickman 

Hardeman 

Benton 

Weakley 

Cumberland 

Wilson 

Sullivan 

Henderson 

Tipton 

Montgomery 

Roane 

Bradley 

Scott 

Grainger 

Rhea 

Giles 

Giles 

Macon 

McXairy 

Hawkins 

Gibson 

Knox 

Shelby 

Tipton 

Rutherford 

Jlacon 

Hawkins 

Grainger 

Henderson 

Robertson 

Giles 

Greene 

McJlinn 

Montgomery 

Sumner 

Bedford 

Davidson 

Franklin 

Williamson 

Sfontgomeiy 

Lauderdale 

Sullivan 

White 

Carter 

Anderson 

Claiborne 

Bledsoe 

Lincoln 

Blount 

White 

Benton 

Jackson 

Warren 

Grainger 



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Warrtui A>h Sirm 

Kuux Aittiiiva'i Puiat 
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South Rock Island Van Bureu 



Spain's 

Sparta 

Speedwell 

Spencer 

Spring Creek 

Springfield 

Spring Grove 

Spring HiU 

Spring Hill Academy 



Henderson 

White 

Claiborne 

Van Buren 

Madison 

Robertson 

Maury 

Henry 

Grainger 

Marshall 

Polk 

Jefferson 



Wilson 

Giles 

Bledsoe 

Davidson 

Roane 

Bradley 

Campbell 

Jefferson 



Smith 

Greene 

Knox 

McXairy 

Anderson 

Fayette 

Warren 

Wilson 

Bedford 



Spring House 

Spring Place 

Spring town 

Spring Vale 

Standing Rock 

Stanton Depot 

Stautouville 

Statesville 

Steam Mills 

Stephen's Chapel 

Stewart's Ferry 

Stockton's Valley 

Stony Point 

Straight Fork 

Strawberry Plains 

Sulphur Spr.ngs 

Sul;>hur Well 

Sugar Wood 

Summittville 

Swallow Bluff 

Sweet Gum Plains 

Sweet Water 

Swingleville 

Sycamore 

Svcamore Mills 

Talior 

Talbott's Mills 

Tampico 

Tank 

Taylorsville 

Taylorsburg 

Tazewell 

Tellico Plains 

Temperance Hall 

Ten Mile Stand 

Terry 

Thomasville ..,~v..>..u 

Thompson'sStation Will'mson 

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. Russellville 
Rutherford's 
Rutledge 
.Sadlersville 
Sagefield 
.Sail Creek 
Sailor's Rest 
Saint Clair 
Salem 
Salisbury 
SaU;::,i 
Sandy Brides! 
Sandy Jiill 
SaadV Mills 
Saata Fe 
Saucdirivil.s 



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■riiorn Grove 
Thorn HiU 
"I'hree Forks 
Timber Ridge 
Tobasco 
i Tobacco Port 
Marion Toone's Station 
Wilson ITowee Falls 
Jetferson Totty's Bend 
Gibson Trace Creek 
Grainger Tracy City 
Robertson Trad' 



Hardin Tunnell HiU 
Henderson TurnbuU Dlek..., a;"" T u... 

Sevier Turnersville " ■ *- ••Mllli 

Me g~ Twinville 
Johnson Tynersville 
Henderson Tyr-t Springs 
Tipion Tyrone 
Bedord I'niou 
Gibson In. on Oitv 
Wilson Union De].ot 
Johii-on rniunville 
Humphreys I'nilia 

Marshall I'nivcrsitv Place 
Wilson Vale Milfs 
Obion V'andergriff'a 
Robertson Van ilill 
De Kalb Vernon 
ICiiea X'ersailles 
Hardin Vervilla 
De Kalb Vine Dale 
Rutberloro Viola 

Hancock \iney Grove Lin 

Jellirsou Walden's Creek Sv . 

HamiltoiiWalden's Ridge Ma. 

White Wallace's X Roads And.r 
Wilson Walnut Grove Over •> 

Fayettt Walnut Post Lauder. •, 

Wayne Walnut Valley Mai .,',. 

Carroll Walter Hill Ruther 

Gilisoii Wansville Bra i 

Uar Creek Hau 

Wur(;:>p Hawk a 

Ward's Forge Jubn n»k 

Warrensburg Gr- n 

>Vartrace Depot Bedi rut 

Washington I; ui 

Washington College Wash't- 
Watauga IJeud Wasbin. ;« 

Wateriown Wil 

Waverly Humphi' 

Wayland's Springs L«»r.i - 

Waynesborough Wa;. ; w 

Wear's Cove S< > . c 

,Weaw Uumphr. 

Stewart Webster R^.., 

Haywood Welcker's Mill U. lakl.ii 

McNairy Well Spring Camp: 

Wellwood Hin * 

W'est Fork ol.r rt 

West Point Lawn-. « 

West's Store Washiu^" 

Whitakcr's lilu Wa. 

White Bluffs Diik i 

White Oak Humpln 

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Rhea I White Bend 1> .li 

Shelby I Wliitesburg .1 

Humphreys Whiteville 11. I'm r. 

Coffee Whitlevville 
Hardin W'hittie'ld 1: 

Overton' W'illiamsport V 

Monroe Williamsville 1' 

Washington! Will's Point 
Claiborne i Willis' Stall ja 
Cbeutbam i Wilson's 

Roane! Wilsonville 
Jefferson! Wilton S prims 
Grainger' Winchester 
Davidson Wiiitield 
Johnson Winston \' 

Cocke Wittsville J 

Claiborne \Volf Creek 

Monroe Wolf River 1 

Do Kalb Wood bourne 

Meig--* Woodbury < 

Carroll Woodford Mom^ 

Robertson Wood Laun 
Woods 

Wood's Ilill 

Woodson's X Roads ClAilurni 
Wuodvilli' ll«y»uo<l]l> 

Wrighlsvillo Rojuit H 

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Hamilton jTraviiville 
Montgomery I Trenton 
Hawkins Trerevaut 



Vellow .S|.riu,;i 
Vtllow Store 

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Madison; York ville 

Johnson I Zion ilill 

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Franklin Trion 

lliirdeman Triune 

Hardin Troy 

Carroll Trundle's X Ri?i»«3 
Henryl Taoiihoe 
Cumberland I Tu.-ker's X Rp*d« 
Maury Tuckaleechce Cove 
Sumner! THlltih»ma 



Fen I res 
Gibson 
Carroll 
Jcfforsoii 
Williamson 
Ubiou 
Sovi»r 
.Icflerson 
WiLion 



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POST OFFICES — TEXAS. 



I'ltst off e. 

O.inton 
0:ipt's llilla 
Garri/.o 

Car^'liua 

CuriMlUiiu 

Cartel- 

O.ircliase C. H. 

G:\s:x lilanua 

Ca--itruville 

OatU'tt's Creek 

Cat Spriug 

Collar 

Cedar Cayou 

Caviar Creek 

Cedar Furk 

Cedar (rrovo 

Cedar 11.11 

CeiureviUe 

Chamber's Creek 

Ohinubersia 

Cluuiee Prairio 

Chapel Hill 

Charco 

Charleston 

Cha.ielaad 

Cherokee 

Cherry Springs 

Cheriao 

CireleviUe 

Cisierii 

Olapp's Creek 

Olarksville 

Clay's ^Ijiiud 

Claytiia 

Clear Fork 

curt on 

Clinton 

Cofl-oville 

Cold Springs 

Coli ta 

College Moand 

Colthorp 

Coluiiihia 

Cola minis 

Comauehe 

Com Tort 
Coneord 
CuTierete 
Cook's Ferry 

Ctipauo 

Copper Uill 

Cora 

Corn Hill 

Cor\tas Cliristi 

Oorsieanna 

Cottage Hill 

Coryell 

Cotton Gin 

Cotton Plant 

Court'and 

Courtney 

Covington 

Oixville 

Crain's Mills 

Orescent Village 

Criin -a 

Crockett 

Croek-tt's Bluff 

Crn-s Koad.i 

Caba 

Cuero 

CuniminiSviUe 

Cummin's Ci eck 

CanuingLam'9 

Cu:>seta 

(Cypress 

Cypress Top 

Cvrut 

D.iidgerfield 

Dalhy's Springs 

Pa' las 

DaiviUe 

Day 

Dayton 

nei;atur 

Da Harris 

De Kalb 

Dimming's Hrid 

Denton 

Double Horn 

Douglass 

Do'iglassville 

Dresden 

Driw's Corners 

Dripping Spring 

Duck Creek 

Dnffau 

Dnnean's Woods 

Ragle Ford 

Ka.;le Lake 

Ra^le Pass 

Efcjle Valley 



County. 



Post Office- 



County. 



Vaniant ] Harpville 

Hays I Keho 

VVohb ;Keloto 

Falls j Kdom 

Upshur I l'>gypt 

Denton ' Kliza 

Panola I lilkhart 



I'oet Offire. 



Nueces 

Medina 

WMse 

Austin 

Fayette 

Chambers 
liastroii 

K an f m an 

Dallas 

Leon 

Ellis 

Liberty 

Biirlesoi. 

Wash ins ton 

(Jolin.l 

Hopkins 

Angelina 

Llaiic 

Orillespie 

Nacogiloches 

Williamson 

Fayette 

L eon 

Red River 

Shelby 

Grayson 

Parker 

Bos'ine 

Du Witt 

Upshur 

Polk 

Kaufmein 

Houston 

Brazoria 

Colorado 

Comanehe 

Kerr 

Jefferson 

De Witt 

Austin 

Refugio 

Parker 

Comanehe 

Williamson 

Nueces 

Navarro 

Bexar 

Coryell 

Freestone 

Rusk 

Cass 

Grimes 

Hill 

Comal 

Refugio 

Hill 

Houston 

Smith 

Williamson 

Colorado 

De Witt 

Goliad 

KUis 

Baitrop 

Cass 

Upshur 

Harris 

BoS'ine 

Titus 

Bowie 

Dallai 

Montgtnnery 

Washiii:rtoii 

Polk 

Wise 



lilla 

Kim Creek 

m Paso 

IClweod 

Klysian Fields 

I'jlysium 

K r 1 n 

Kstill's Station 

K u ta w 

Kvergreen 

Fair held 

Fairtnount 

Fair play 

Farmer's Branch 

Farmerseille 

Fayetteville 

Pineastle 

i"'ish Creek 

(•'lag Pond 

Fliucham's Tan Yard 

Red River 



El Faso 

Madison 

Harrison 

Angelina 

Jasper 

Tarrant 

Tjiiaestone 

Wa-shington 

Freestone 

Sabine 

Panola 

Dallas 

Collin 

Fayette 

nenderson 

Cooke 

BoS'iue 



Flora 
Florence 
Flowerdale 
Forest Home 
Fork Point 
Fort Belknap 
Fort Chadbourne 
Fort Clark 
Fort Davis 
Fort (iraham 
l''ort Quitman 
Fort '1 uran 
Fort Worth 
Four Mile Prairie 
Frank ville 
Frekericksburg 
Freeclom 
Frelsburg 
Friendship 
Gabriel Mills 
Gainesville 
Galatsa 
(ralveston 
Gamma 
Garden Valley 
(Jarnett's BUiCs 
GatesviUe 
(Jay Hill 
Gay town 
Georgetown 
Georgiaville 
Gertrude 
Gillelan Creek 
Gilmer C. H. 
Glade Sjiring 
(roliad 
Goliiida 
Gou/ales 
Goshen 
Gouldsboro* 
Graham's Mills 
Grand Rlult 
(irand Cane 
Grand View 
Grape Creek 
Grape Vine 
Gray Roek 
Green's I'oint 
Greenville 
Greenwade's Mill 
(ireenwood 
(triflin 

Griggsby's Bluff 
(Jult Prairie 
GiissottsviUe 
Ha^import 
Hallettsville 



Upshur Henderson 
Live Oak Hendersonvillo 

Wilse'u nensou Creek 
Vaiizaudt I llerringtoa 
Wharton Herstield 
Houston ' Hickory Hill 
;Hieo 
Titus'lligh Hill 
Bell Highland 

Hiliard's 

Hillsboro' 

Hockley 

Ho'ige's Bend 

H.idge'sMiU 

HoUandale 

HoUey Springs 

Home Valley 

Homer 

Honey Grove 

Hooker 

Hope 

Hopkinsvillc 

Horn Hill 

Hornsby 

Houston 

Howard 

Huntsville 

Independence 

Iridiaiiola 

Industry 

Ingleside 

loni 

Iron Mountains 

Isleta 

Jaeksborougli 

Jaeksonburg 

Jacksonville 

Jamestown 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Jena 

Johnson's Station 

Jonesville 

Jordan's Saline C 



Smith 

Williamson 

Freestone 

Cass 

Panola 

Young 

Runnels 

Kinney 

Bexar 

Hill 

El Paso 

Angelina 

Tarrant 

Vaiiiandt 

Leon 

Gillespie 

Harrison 

Colorado 

Harrison 

Williamson 

Cooke 

Harrison 

Galveston 

Parker 



Kanfman 

Keeeliil 

Kemp 

Kemper City 

Kenner 

Kentiickytown 

Kerrsville 



Smith Kiekapoip 



Medina i Hamburg 



Bo 'vie 

Matagorda 

Denton 

Burnett 

raeogdoches 



H .milto 

Hampton 

Haneoek 

Hardeman 

Hardin 



Cass I Harmony Hill 
Navarro \ Harrisburg 
Polk.Hartville 
Hays Havana 
Dallas I Haw (Jrove 
Erath I H.iwkinsvillc 
Orange i Head of Klin 
DillaSjHedwig's Hill 
Colorado j Helena 
Maverick ' Hemphill C.U. 
Leon Hempstead 



Fannin 

Coryell 

Washington 

Bosque 

Williamson 

Lamar 

Wise 

Travis 

Upshur 

Harrison 

Goliad 

Falls 

Gonzales 

Walker 

Titus 

Shelby 

l*auola 

Libert}' 

Johnson 

Gillespie 

Tarrant 

Titus 

Hunt 

i_ .Hill 

Xacogdoehts 

Cherokee 

J effersoii 

Brazoria 

Live Oak 

Titus 

Lavaeea 

A'anzant 

Shelby 

Hamilton 

Houston 

jMatagorda 

Hardin 

Rusk 

Harris 

A u -• t i u 

Cass 

Tarrant 

"Montague 
Mason 



Kidd's" Mills 
Kimball 
Kiomatia 
Knoxville 
Ladonia 
Lafayette 
La Grange 
Lake 
Lake 
Lamar 
Ijamp&«a3 
Lancaster 
Lrtiie 
Laredo 
Larissa 
Lattington 
Lavernia 
Leal 

Lebanon 
Leona 

Leon Springs 
Leonville 
Lewis' Ferrv 
Lewisville 
ijexingtou 
Liberty- 
Li berty Hill 
Lindeii 
Ijineville 
Linn Flat 
Liiiwood 
Little Elm 
Live Oak 
Liverpool 
Livingstone 
Llano 
Lockhart 
Locust Grove 
Lodi 
London 
Lone Star 
Lone Tree 
Long Branch 
Long Point 
Long Prairie 
Lookout 
Karnes ; Lynchburg 
Sabine Lyons 
Austin NxKinney 



County 

Rusk 

Anderson 

Coryell 

An;* 1 lui 

Masfui 

Cass 

Hamilton 

Fayette 

Coll ill 

Shell. \ 

Hill' 

Harris 

Fort Bend 

Blan-o 

Grimes 

Wood 

Karnes 

Angelina 

l''uniiin 

Hunt 

Tjavacea 

GoUiales 

Limsstone 

Travis 

Harri.- 

Bell 

Walker 

Washington 

Calhoun 

Austin 

Nileee.^ 

Anderson 

Rusk 

El Paso 

Jack 

Cherokee 

Smith 

J as pe r 

Cass 

Falls 

Turran: 

Harrison 

. II. 

Vanzandt 

Kaufman 

Freestone 

Kaufman 

Victoria 

Mataiioi da 

Gra\'son 

Ken 

Anderson 

Leon 

Bosque 

Red Uiver 

Cherokee 

Fannin 

Upsliur 

Fayette 

Trinity 

Wooii 

Refugio 

Lampasas 

Dallas 

Bowie 

Webb 

Cherokee 

_ Bee 

Wilson 

Bexar 

Collin 

Leon 

Bexar 

Coryell 

Jasper 

Denton 

Burleson 

Liberty 

AViU'-ainson 

Cass 

Panola 

Naengiloches 

Cherokee 

Denton 

DeWitt 

Brazoria 

Polk 

Llano 

Caldwell 

Navano 

Wilson 

Rusk 

Titus 

Collin 

i'amda 

WaOiingtou 

Fayette 

Leon 

Harris 

Favette 



•ixi OJice. 



Count i. 



McMillan's 

Maeomb 

Madisonviiie 

Magnolia 

Magnolia Spring 

Mahomet 

Malakoff 

Manehae 

Mansheld 

Mantua 

Maple Springs 

Marieiiue 

Marion 

Marl in 

Marshall 

.Ala,on 

Matagorda 

Melrose 

M Tidian 

Merrill town 

Meyeraville 

Midway 

Milan 

Miltoril 

Mill Creek 

Millheim 

Millican 

Millvillc 

Millwood 

M inden 

Mission Valley 

Mitts 

Monroe 

Montague 

Montgomery 

Monticello 

Moody's M Roads 

Moore's 

Morales De Lavacca 

Morgansville 

Morman's Mills 

Moscow 

Moss Hill 

Mosquito Prairio 

Moulton 

Mountain City 

Mount Calm 

^Miuint Carmel 

Mount Enterprise 

Mount Pleasant 

Mount Sylvan 

Murritl 

Muskete 

Mustang 

Xatehes 

Naco^'doches 

Nashville 

Navarro 

Navasota 

New Braunfels 

Newburg 

New Danville 

New Fountain 

New Loren 

Newport 

New Salem 

Newton 

New Ulm 

Nockenut 

Nozallis Prairie 

Noland's River 

Nopal 

Norman Hill 

Norton's Grove 

Nueces 

Oak Hill 

Oakland 

Oakville 

Oat Meal 

Odessa 

02;hurn 

Omega 

Orange 

Orangeville 

Orizaba 

Oso 

Owensville 

Palace Hill 

Palestine 

Palo Alto 

Palo Pinto 

Pamplin's Creek 

Pana Maria 

Papalota 

Paris 

Parker's Mills 

Parkersville 

Parry ville 

Pattonville 

Peach Tree Village 

Pennington 



Panola 
Grayson 
Maiiison 
And^isoa 
Jasoer 
Burnett 
Hendei'soa 
Hays 
Tarrant 
Collin 
Red River 
Polk 
AnijelinR 
Falls 
Harrison 
MasoB 
Matagorda 
Nacogdoehe? 
Bosque 
Travis 
De Witt 
Madison 
Sabine 
Ellis 
Red River 
Austin 
Brazos 
Rusk 
Collin 
Rusk 
Victoria 
Anderson 
Rusk 
Montague 
Sloutgomery 
Titus 
Leon 
Bowie 
Jackson 
Polk 
Burnett 
Polk 
Moss Hill 
Burleson 
Gonzales 
Hays 
Limestone 
Smith 
Rusk 
Titus 
Smith 
Rusk 
Navarro 
Vanzanti 
Houston 
Nacogdoches 
Milam 
Leon 
Grimes 
Comiil 
Parki r 
Rusk 
Medina 
Dallas 
•Walker 
^ Rusk 
Newton 
Austin 
Gaudaloupe 
Trinity 
Johnson 
McMuUin 
Bosque 
Tarrant 
Nueces 
Fannin 
Lavaeea 
Live Oak 
Burnett 
Wise 
Smitii 
X'psluir 
Oniu'e 
Fannin 
Favette 



Collin Peoria 



Robertson . 

Dallas 

Anderson 

(ronzales 

Palo Pinto 

Tyler 

Karnes 

Bee 

Lamiir 

Houston 

Andersen 

Wood 

Lamar 

Tylor 

Houston 

Hill 



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POST OFFICES— VERMONT. 



Punt OJice. 

Perdinahia 
IV-rry 

Fyr.sunvillo 
1'eti.rsburf; 
Fiedmout Springs 
Hicrpmil Placu 
Pilot (Jru ve 
Pilot I'oiiit 
I'ine Mill 
J'ijiL- I-hmd 
J*iuutiiwu 
Pine Tree 
Pin Oak 

PlttsljUl-L' 

Plan.. 

Plautersville 

Pleasant lliU 

Pleusuatou 

Pleasant Valley 

PI ntituile 

Plum Creek 

Plum (jrove 

Point Isabel 

Point Jlontorey 

Point Pleasant 

Pond Spring 

Ponton 

Port Caddo 

Port I^a Vacoa 

Port Sullivan 

Port Oak Island 

Powell ton 

Prairie 

I'rairie Home 

Prairie Lea 

Prairie Moniit 

Prairie Plains 

Prairie Point 

PrairieviUe 

Prewitt's Tan Yard Anders 



County, 

Travis 

McLennan 

Limestone 

Lavacea 

(Crimes 

Du Witt 

Uraysou 

Denton 

Kiisk 

Jefierson 

Cherokee 

Upshur 

Fayette 

Up'jhur 

Coll in 

Grimes 

Hopkin 

Atascos; 

Palo Pinto 

Anderson 

Caldwell 

Fayette 

Cameron 

Cass 

Upshur 

AVilliamson 

Harrison 

Calhoun 

Milam 

AVilliamson 

Harrison 

Houston 

Jlontgoraery 

Caldwell 

Lamar 

Grimes 

Wise 

Kaufman 



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San Felipe 
San Gabriel 
S 
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Price's Creek 

Price's Store 

Prospect 

Providence Hill 

Pulaski 

Quitman 

llainey's Creek 

Kanoho 

Randolph 

Kea^an 

Pved Oak 

Reed's Settlement 

Ket'ugio 

Resley's Creek 

Ketina 

Ketreat 

Reunion 

Richland Crossing 

Richmond 

Ridge 

Ringgold 

Rio vjrande City 

Itoadville 

Rotjbinsville 

Robinson's Mills 

Rock Creek 

Rock Hill 

Rockwall 

Roma 

Rogersville 

Rjse Hill 

Round Lake 

Round Mountain 

liound Rock 

R uud i'op 

Rural Shade 

Rush Creek 

Rusk 

Russell's Store 

Rutersville 

Sabinal 

Sabiii.' Lake 

Sabine Pass 

Sabine Town 

Saint JIary '3 

Sal ado 

Salem 

Saltillo 

Salt Hill 

Saluria 

San Anders 

San Antonio 

San Augustine 

San Barnard 

San Cosme 

San Domingo 

Sand Fly 

Sand Spring 

Sandy Fork 

Sandy Mountain 

Sandv Point 

Saa fllizaria 



De Witt 

Lamar 

Burleson 

Tyler 

Panola 

Wood 

Coryell 

Gonzales 

Houston 

Rusk 

Ellis 

Panola 

Refugio 

Camanche 

Hopkins 

Grimes 

Dallas 

Navarro 

Fort Bend 

Colorado. 

Leon 

Starr 

Anderson 

Red River 

Tarrant 

Johnson 

Collin 

Kaufman 

Starr 

Parker 

Harris 

Gonzales 

Hays 

Williamson 

Fayette 

Navarro 



Cherokee 

Palo Pinto 

Fayette 

Bexar 

Hunt 

Jell'erson 

Sabine 

Refngio 

Bell 

Newton 

Hopkins 

Jack 

Calhoun 

M i I am 

Bexar 

San Augustine 

Colorado 

Risk 

Bee 

Burleson 

Wood 

Gonzales 

Llano 

Braxorin 

El Paso 



an Jacinto 

an Marcos 
San Patricio 
San Pedro 
San Saba 
Santa (Jertrudo 
Santa Rosa 
Sard is 
Sattler's 
Savannah 
Scyene 
Science Hill 
Searsville 
Sebastopol 
Se,;xuiu 
Selma 
Seiui«roniu3 
Serlin 

Seven Leagues 
Sexton 
Shady Grove 
Shelby 
Shelby ville 
Sherman 
Shiloh 

Shockley's Prairie 
S hook's Bin ft' 
Simpsonville 
Sisterdale 
Smithland 
Smithson's Valley 
Snow Hill 
Sour Spring 
Sowell's Bluff 
South Sulphur 
Spear's Mill 
Spencer 
Spring Branch 
SpriuL'field 
Spring Hill 
Springville 
S luaw Creek 
Siallord's Point 
Stark Grove 
Starkesville 
Starrville 
Station Creek 
Steele's Creek 
Stepliensville 
Stover's y, Roads 
Stewart's Creek 
Stricklinge 
Sugar Hill 
Sugar Land 
Sulphur BlnlT 
Sulphur Spriucrs 
Sum [iter C. H. 
Sutlierland Springs 
S wartout 
Sweeten 
Sweet Home 
Taos 

Tarkington Prairie 
Tarrant 
I'ell CO 
Ten Mile 

Tennessee Colony ^in*».t.iuu 
Tewockony Sidings Limestone 
Texanna Jackson 

Tiswell's Creek Hunt 

Tiuitier Creek " 

Town UUifl Tyler I 

Travis Anstiiil 

Trinidad Kaulniaiil 

Trinity -Mills Wallas' 

Troupe Smith 

Troy Freentone 

Trait's Store Shelby 

Turner's Point Kaufman 

Tuscaloosa Walker, 

Twin Sisters Blunec , 

'IVler Smith! 

Union Washington | 

(■nion Bridge '1 itn^ 

rnionviUe Cat, 

Uvalde Uvaldf 

Valetta Kanehe Ueiitun 

Valley Ouad.iloupe 

Veal'sStatieu Parker 

Velasco Brazoria, 

Victoria Victoria; 

ViUaire Cnek Jefli-rsonl 

Vine Grove WashiniftonI 

VVaeo Village McLennan | 

Wakefield Kreestnne I 

Waller's Store Aintin 

Wailiugs' Ferry Rusk 

VVallisviUe Chunilwrs 

Walnut Hill Panola 

Warren Fannin, 



Austin 
Jill ami 
Harris I 
Travis 
San Patricio I 
Houston! 
9 an Saba 
Nueees 
Cameron! 
McLennan ; 
Comal 
Red River I 
Dallas; 
Henderson ] 
lileLennan 
Trinity j 
Oaudaloiipe 
Bexar 1 
Austin \ 
Bastrop t 
Smith I 
Sabine' 
Houston j 
Austin I 
Shelby 
Grayson 
Hunt 
Lamar 
Cherokee 
Upshur 
3lariou 
Cass 
Comal 
Titus 
Culdwell 
Fannin 
Hunt 
Denton 
Red River 
Comal 
Limestone 
Navarro 
Wood 
Krath 
Fort Bend 
McLcnrian 
Lamar 
Smith 
Coryell 
Limestone 
Krath 
Kautnian 
Denton 
Burnett 
Panola 
Fort Bend 
M |ikins 
Cherokee 
Trinity 
Wilson 
Liberty 
Panola 
I>avacea 
Navarro 
Liberty 
Hopkins 
L'llis 
Henderson 
Anderson 



P"»( Ofict. 

Washington 

VVater.ille 

Waverly 

VVaxahatchic 

Weatlierstbrd 

We list, r 

Welilierville 

V\'esateh 

Westbrook 

West Fork 

West Liberty 

W'est Mountain 

Weston 

Wharton 

Wheeloek 

Whciry's 

White "Cottage 

White Oak 

White Rock 

Whites boro' 

Wiess' Blutr 

Wig la II 

AVillow Creek 

Willow Hole 

Willow Springs 

Wilton 

VV inns boro' 

VVoodlaud 

WoodsLoro' 

Woods 

Woodville C 

Ve (riia 

Yorktown 

Young's Settleme 

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Wa^hin^fon 
Whan , 

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Post OJicc. 

Addison 

Albanv 

AllH.ri 

Alburg Springs 

Andover 

Arlington 

Athens 

A-ieutneyvillc 

Baker's Field 

Barnard 

Barnet 

Barre 

Barton 

B rton's Landing 

BartonsviUe 

Mellows Falls 

Belviderc 

Bennington 

Bennington Center 

Benson 

Benson's Landing 

Berkshire 

Berlin 

Bethel 

Blininlleld 

Bolton 

BondvilU 

Bradford 

Bnidl'ord Center 

Hrainlri-o 

Braii'loii 

Brattleho rough 

Bridgewater 

Bridpori 

Brist(d 

Urooktleld 

Broukline 

Br'K>ksrillc 

BroH ningtt.n 

Brow usvillu 

Bruii..*wi.k 

Burk Hollow 

Burke 

Burlington 

Cabot 

Cadt'a Fulli 

Ciliiis 

Ciuibridge 

C«mbridij«p«rt 

Cjukuu 

C.vatlclon 

C.lVl•ndt^h 

Center Bulland 

Cliirlott* 

Cti.lina 

Cii.Nter 

Cliiumejr P.int 

Chipnmn'" I'ulnl 

ChitlcndvB 



Co'in.'y . 

Addi«'. 
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Grand I 
Grand I 
AVind- 
BenninL't 
AVindl... 
WindM. 
Fraukli 
AV inds.. 
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POS^: OFFICES — VIRGINIA. 



Post Office. 



County. 



Post Office. 



County. 



Irastmri 

Isbiiul Pond 

Jai-ksouviUo 

.Jamaica 

Jav 

JehersonviUe 

.lurirho 

.leridio Center 

Joinison 

JonesviUe 

Laiut (Jiove 

Larraliee's Toint 

Leiec3ter 

Lemingtou 

Lincoln 

Loniionderry 

Lowell 

Lower Watei-iord 

Ludlow 

Lunenburg 

Lyndon 

Lyndon Center 

Melndoe's Falls 

Manchester 

Marlhornugh 

JI» oilfield 

MeeluiniesviUe 

Mendon 

Mi.ldk-bury 

Middlesex 

Middletown 

Milton 

Monk ton 

Montiromerv -- — ;-;• 

Moutgon^ery Ceuter Frank hn 

Montnelier Washmgton 



Orleans 
Grand L^le 
Essex 
TN'indhain 
■\Vindliam 
Orleans 
Lamoille 
Chittenden 
Chittenden 
Lamoille 
Chittenden 
Bennington 
Addison 
Addison 
jjSSex 
Addison 
Windham 
Orleans 
Caledonia 
Windsor 
Essex 
Caledonia 
Caledonia 
Caledonia 
Bennington 
Windham 
Washington 
Rutland 
Rutland 
Addison 
Washington 
Rutland 
Chittenden 
Addison 
Franklin 



Riliton 

lloeheater 

Rockingham 

Koxhury 

Riiyaltoa 

Rniiert 

Rutland 

Ryegate 

Saint Alhans 

Saint Alhans Bay 

Saint Ueiirge 

Saint Johnshury - 

Saint Johnshury Center 

Caledonia 
St. Johnshury East Caledoui: 



Addison 

Windsor 

Windham 

Washington 

Windsor 

Bennington 

Rutland 

Caledonia 

l''rankliu 

Franklin 

Chittenden 

Caledonia 



Post Office. 



County. 



West Braintreo , „P^,'t"*:'^ 
West BrattlehoroughWindham 



Salisbury 

Sandgate 

Sandusky 

Saxe'sifills 

Saxton's River 

Searsburg 

Shaftsbury 

Sharon 

Sheffield 

Shelburn 

Slieldon 

Slierbv.rne 

Shoreham 

Shrewsbury 

Simousville 

Snow's Store 

South Barre 

South Dorset 

Soutli Halifax 

South Hardwick 

South Hero 



Moutpel 

More town 

Morgan 

Morristown 

Morrisville 

Mount Holly 

Newark 

Newbury 

New Haven 

New Haven Mills 

Newport 



Washington 

Orleans 

Lamoille 

Lamoille 

Rutland 

Caledonia 

Orange 

Addison 

Addison 

Orlean 



Addison 

Bennington 

Addison 

Franklin 

Windham 

Bennington 

Bennington 

Windsor 

Caledonia 

Cliittenden 

Franklin 

Rutland 

Addison 

Rutland 

Windsor 

Windsor 

Washington 

Bennington 

Windham 

Caledonia 

Grand Isl 



South Londonderry Windham 



North Bennington Beuuington 



North Cambridge 
North Ch ster 
North Clarendon 
North Craftsbury 
NorMi Danville 
North Dorset 
North Duxbury 
North Enosburg 
North Fairfax 
NorJi Ferrisburg 
Northfield 
North Greensboro 
North Hartland 
North Hero 



Lamoille 

Windsor 

Rutland 

Orleans 

Caledonia 

Bonningtou 

Washington 

Franklin 

Franklin 

Addison 

Washington 

' Orleans 

Windsor 

Grand Isle 



North iiy'de Park Lamoille 
North Montpelier Washington 

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North Pownal 

North Randolph 

North Sheldon 

North Sherburne 

North Springfield 

North Tlietford 

North Trov 

North Tnnbridge 

North Wolcott 

Norwich 

Orange 

Orwell 

Painesville 

Panton 

Passumsick 

Pawlet 

Peaoham 

Perkinsville 

Peru 

Pittsfield 

Pitts ford 

Plainfield 

Pleasant Valley 

Plymouth 

Pomfret 

Pumpanoosuc 

Post Mill Village 

I'ouUney 

Pownal 

Pownal Center 

I'roctorsville 

Putney 

Ouceehy 

Randolph 

Heading 

Readsborough 

llichford 

Richmond 



Bennington 
Orange 
Franklin 
Rutland 
Windsor 
Orange 
Orleans 
Orange 
Lamoille 
Windsor 
Orange 
Addison 
Chittenden 
Addison 
Caledonia 
Rutland 
Caledonia 
Windsor 
Bennington 
Rutland 
Rutland 
Washington 
Chittenden 
Windsor 
Windsor 
Windsor 
Orange 
Rutland 
Bennington 
Bennington 
Windsor 
Windham 
Windsor 
Orange 
Windsor! 
Bennington j 
Franklin ; 
Chittenden 



South Newbi;rry 

South Pomfret 

Sir.ith Reading 

South Royal ton 

South Ryegate 

South Shaftsbury 

South Starksboro' 

South Strafibrd 

South Walden 

South Wallingford 

South Wardsboro' 

South Windham 

South Woodstock 

Springfield 

Stamford 

Starksboro' 

Stuckbridge 

Stowe 

Strafford 

Stratton 

Sudbury 

Sunderland 

Sutherland Falls 

Sutton 

S wanton 

S wanton Center 

Taftsville 

Thetford 

Thetford Center 

Tinmouth 

Topsham 

Towushend 

Troy 

Tunbridge 
Tyson Furnace 

Underhill 

Underbill Center 

Union Village 

Upper Falls 

Vergenues 

Vernon 

Vershire 

Victory 

WaitsHeld 

Wait's River 

Walden 

Wallingford 

Wardsboro' 

Warren 

Washington 

Waterbury 



Orange 
Windsor 
Windsor 
Windsor 
Caledonia 
Bennington 
Addison 
Orang 
Caledonia 
Rutland 
Windham 
Windham 
Windsor 
Windsor 
Bennington 
Addison 
Windsor 
Lariioille 
Orange 
Windham 
Rutland 
Bennington 
Rutland 
Caledonia 
Frauklin 
Franklin 
Windsor 
Orange 
Orange 
Rutland 
Oi-ange 
Windham 
Orleans 
Orange 
Windsor 
Chittenden 
Chittenden 
Orange 
Windsor 
Addison 
Windham 
Orango 
Essex 
Washington 
Orange 
Caledonia 
Rutland 
Windham 
Washington 
Orange 
Washington 



West Burke 
West Castleton 
West Charleston 
West Concord 
West Cornwall 
West Corinth 
West Danville 
West Derby 
West Dover 
West Dummcrston 
West Enosburg 
West Fairlce 
Westficld 
West ford 
West Georgia 
West Halifax 

West Hartford 

W^est Haven 

West Jlarlborongh 

West Milton 

Westminster 

Westminster West 

West Newport 

Weston 

West Pawlet 

West Randolph 

West Rochester 

West Rupert 

West Rutland 

West Salisbury 

West Topsham 

West Townshend 

West Wardsboro' 

West Waterford 

Wevbride Lower Falls Addison 

Wheelock Caledonia 

White River Junction Windsor 



CaUdonia 
Rutland 
Orleans 
Essex 
Addison 
Orange 
Caledonia 
Orleans 
Windham 
■Windham 
Franklin 
Orange 
Orleans 
Chittenden 
Fianklin 
W indham 
Windsor 
Rutland 
Windham 
Chittenden 
Windham 
Windham 
Orleans 
Windsor 
Rutland 
Orange 
Windsor 
Bennington 
Rutland 
Addison 
Orange 
Windham 
Windham 
Caledonia 



Post Office, 

Auburn 
Auburn Mills 
Austinville 
Australia 
Avon 
Axlon 
Aylett's 
Ayr Hill 



Cnullty. 

Fua'iuier 

Haio'Ver 

V .\ the 

Nansc mund 

^'. Ison 

Pitts\l v;.nia 

King \Viiliam 

Fa-.r 



Bachelor's Hall Pitt.-ylx :.nia 
Buck Creek Valley Frideiick 
Si.rry 



Bacon's Castle 

Bailevsburg 

Balcony Falls 

Ballsville 

Baptist Valley 

Bai hoiirsville 

Hurhamsville 

Barkcsdale 

Barren Springs 

Barter Brook 

Bate-ville 

Bath Alum _ 

Bath Court House 

Bav View Northampton 

Iic;"ileton Faii'iiiier 

Beaver Dam Depot Hanover 

Bi-ech Springs 

ItrU'ast Mill's 

Bell fair Mills 

Belle Haven 

Belle Point 

Bell's Cross Roads 

Belmiuit 



Rockl r-.dgo 

Powli.aan 

Tai.uell 

Orange 

New h ent 

H^;li!ax 

\\ \ the 

Au lusta 

Alben.arle 

Bath 



Addison 

Windham 

Orange 

Windham 

Chittenden 

Orleans 

Windham 

Windham 

Grand Isle 

Windsor 

Chittenden 

Benning'on 

Lamoille 

Washington 

Bennington 

Windsor 

Washington 



II, 
County. 



Waterbury Ceuter Washington 
Waterford Caledonia 

Waterville Lamoille 

Weathersli.dd Windsor 

Weathersiield Center Windsor 



Wells 
Wells River 
West Addison 
West Albany 
West Alburg 
West Arlington 
West Barnet 
West Berkshire 
West Bolton 



Rutland 

Orange 

Addison 

Orleans 

Grand Isle 

Bennington 

Caledonia 

Franklin 

Chittenden 



Whiting 

Whittiugham 

Williams town 

Williamsville 

Williston 

Willoughby Lake 

Wilmington 

Windham 

Windmill Point 

Windsor 

Winooski Falls 

Winhall 

Wolcott 

Woodbury 

Woodford 

Woodstock 

Worcester 



Puisl office. 

Abb's Vallcv Tazewell 

Abingdon AVashmgton 

Accomack C U Accomack 

Accokeck Staflord 

Accotink ^I'"'''^'' 

Acorn Hill F';'-;'?":"^^' 

Aciuintou King W lUiam 

Afton ^ Nelson 

Aldie Loudoun 

Alexandria Alexandria 
AlleghanvSprings Montgomery 

Allen's Creek Amherst 

Alma „ , , I'Jo'-' 

Alone Rockbridge 

Alta Vista Kussell 

jilto ^ iV"'-',"* 

Allum Springs Rockbridge 

Ambler's Mills Louisa 

Amelia CH Amelia 

Amherst C U Amherst 

Amissville Rappahannock 

Amsterdam Botetourt 

Anandale Fairfax 

Andrews Spottsvlvauia 

Anna Fairfax 

Epperson's Charles City 

A ppouiat tox C U A ppomattox 

Ararat Patrick 

Arbor Hill Augusta 

Areola Louooun 

Arlington Alexandria 
ArmitiaL'erviUe Lancaster 

Arnoldtou Campbell 

Arringlou Nelson 

Ashland Hanovir 

As pe n G ro V e Pi ttsy 1 va n i a 

Aspen Wall Charlotte 

As<amoosiek Southamptcn 



Belmede Mills 
Bent Creek 
Bentivoglio 
Bent Mountain 
Benton 
Bentonville 
Berger's Store 
Berlin 

Berry's Ferry 
BerrvviUe 
Bestiand 
Bicklev's Mills 
Big Island 
Bigler's Mills 
Hig Lick 
Big Meadow 
Big Rock 

Big Spring 

Big Spring Depot Montgomery 
Big Stone Gap \V ise 

Black Heth Chesterfield 

Blacks and Whites Nottoway 



Lee 
Russell 

Staflord 

Accomack 

Giles 

Louisa 

Loudoun 

Powhatan 

Appomattox 

Alliemarle 

Roanoke 

Brunswick 

Warren 

Pittsylvania 

Southampton 

Clark 

Essex 

RusseU 

Bedford 

York 

Roanoke 

Grayson 

Tazewell 

Pocahontas 



Montgomery 

Haliiax 

Sussex 

Loudoun 

Uallifax 

Princess Anne 

Botetourt 

Smyth 

Tazewell 

Washington 

Southampton 

Be.lford 

Loudoun 

Franklin 

Roanoke 

Franklin 

Dinw iddie 

Culpeper 

Ro.iiioke 

Fauquier 

Southampton 

Essex 

Caroline 

Rockingham 

Albemarle 

Mecklenburg 



Blaeksburg 

Black Walnut 

Blaekwater 

Bloomfield 

Bloomsburg 

Blossom Hill 

Blue Ridge 

Blue Spring 

Blue Stone 

Bluff Bridge 

Blunt's Depot 

Body Cam)! 

Bolington 
Bombrook 
Bonsack's 
Boone's Mills 
Bothwiek 
Boston 

Botetourt Springs 
Bowensville 
Bowers 
Bowler's 
Bowling Green 
Bowman's Mills 
Boyd's Tavern 

Boyd ton "-"V i " 

Boykin's Depot Southampton 
Branchville '" 

BrandonChurch PrineeGeorgs 
Bradwav Dep.it Rockingham 
Brandv Station Culpeper 

Brandy wine Famiuier 

Breckinridge ^^^^^^ 

Bremo Blutf S",Y?'"'' 

Brentsville Prince William 
Brickland Lunenburg 

Bridgewatcr Rockingham 

Bridle Creek Grayson 

Bristersburg ^,?,";\'."'''^ 

Bristoe Station Pnnce« ilUam 
Bradford Smyth 

Broad Run Loudoun 

Broad Run Station Fauquier 
Broadway Depot Rockingham 
Brockcnburg Spottaylvania 
Brooklyn Halifax 

Brook Xeal Campbell 



POST OFFICES— VIRGINIA. 



Post Office. 

Browne Dill 
Biownsbiirg 
Browu's Cove 
Brucetown 
Bruingtou 



County. 

Wvthe 

Rockbridge 

Albemarle 

Frederick 

Kinc and Queen 



Buckingham CH Buckingham 
Buckingham Jliiie •• 

Bucklaud Prince William 

Buckton Warren 

BuenaVistaFurnaceRockbridg 
Buffalo Poud Washington 

Buflalo Springs Amherst 

Kuford's Bedford 

'"'la Goochland 

Bunker Hill Bedford 

Burgess'Store Northumberland 



Bumpasa 
Bunner's 
Burke's Garden 
Burke's Mills 
Burke's Station 
Burkesville 
Burnt Ordinary 
Burntville 
Burwell's Bay 
Burr Hill 
Cabbage Farm 
Cabin Point 
Cady's Tuuuell 
Calra 
Caledonia 
Calfee's Ferry 
Callaghan's 
Callands 
Campbell CH 
Canicello 
Caney Hollow 
Capeville 
Cappahosic 
Capper's Spring 



Louisa 

JIarion 

Tazewell 

Augusta 

Fairfax 

Nottoway 

James City 

Brunswick 

Isle of Wight 

Orange 

Mecklenburg 

Surry 

Bath 

Cumberland 

Pulaski 

Allegany 

Pittsylvania 

Campbell 

Rockbridge 

Lee 

Northampton 

Gloucester 

Frederick 



County, 

Alleghanj 

Highland 

Botetourt 

Halifax 

Spottsylvania 

Mason 

Goochland 

Matthews 

Albemarle 

Carroll 

Hampshire 

Charlotte 

Rockbridge 

Frederick 

Fluvanna 



Carlton'sStore King andQucen 



Carron Furnace 
Carrsville 
Carsonville 
Carter's Bridge 
CartersTiUe 
Cascade 
Castle Craig 
Castlemau's Ferry 
Castletou 
Catawba 
Catlett 
Cave Spring 
Cedar Bluff 
Cedar Creek 
Cedar Fork 
Cedar Grove Mills 
Cedar Point 
Cedar Springs 
Centenary 
Central Plains 
Central Point 
Center Cross 
Centerville 
Chalk Level 
Chamblissburg 



Post Office. 

Clifton Forge 

Clover Creek 

Cloverdale 

Clover Depot 

Clover Green 

Clover Valley 

Coal Hill 

Cobb's Creek 

Cobham 

Cold Spring 

Cold Stream 

Cole's Ferry 

Collerstown 

ColUnsville 

Columbia ..u.^uu, 

LolumbiaFurnace Shenandoah 

Columbia Grove Lunenburp 

Coman's Well Susse? 

Comer's Rock Grayson 

Comorn King George 

Concord Depot Campbell 

Confluence Warren 

Conrad's Store Rockingham 

Contrary Buchanan 

Cool Well Amherst 

Coopers Franklin 

Cootes' Store Rockingham 

Copper Hill Floyd 

Copper Valley 

Cotton Hill 

County Line Mills 

Covesville 

Covington 

Cowpasture Bridge 

Crab Orchard 

Craig's Creek 

Craig's Mills 

Craigsville 

Cranberry Plains 

Craney 

Crichton's Stor 



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Post Office. 

Emaus 

Kmory 

Enfield 

Erin Shades 

Estillville 

Etna 

Evans port 

Evergreen 

Faber's Mills 

Fairfax Court House 

Fairfax Station 

Fairfield 

Falls Chnrch 

Falmouth 

Fancy Gap 

Fancy Grove 

Fancy Hill 

Farmer's Grove 



County 

Bedford 



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Albemarle Flippo's 
Alleghany Floyd CH 



Farmville 

Farmwell 

Farnham 

Fifes 

Fincastle 

Fine Creek Mills 

Finney's Millc 

Fishersville 

Five Oaks 

Flat Head 

Flint Hill Rappahannock 

Fleetwood Academy 

King and Queec 



Prince Edward 

Loudoun 

Richmond 

(!oochlaud 

Botetourt 

Powhatan 

Amelia 

AugUDta 

Taiewcll 

Floyd 



Franklin Criglesville 



Isle of Wight 

Grayson 

Albemarle 

Cumberland 

Pittsylvania 

Campbell 

Clark 

Culpeper 

Roanoke 

Fauquier 

Roanoke 

Tazewell 

Frederick 

Caroline 

Rockbridge 

Page 

Wythe 

Buckingham 

Fluvanna 

Caroline 

Essex 

Fairfax 

Pittsylvania 

Bedford 



Crimea 
Croftsville 
Cross Keys 
Crow's 
Cuckooville 
Culpeper C. H. 
Cumberland CH 
Curdsville 
Cypress Island 
D gger's Springs 



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Chantilly Fairfax 

Chapel Hill Fluvanna 

Oharlemont Bedford 

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Charlottesville Albemarle 

Chatham Hill Smyth 

Cherry Grove Rockingham 

Ohesnnt Fork Bedford 

Chester Chesterfield 

Chester Gap 

Oheucoteague Island Accomac 
Dhickahominy Hanover 

Ohildress's Store Montgomery 
Chilesburg Caroline 

iJhincoteague Accomack 

Jhristianburg Montgomery 
Ihristiansville Mecklenburg 



Danielsville 
Danville 
Darlington Hi 



Wythe 

Craig 

Washington 

Augusta 

Carroll 

Wyoming 

Brunswick 

Madison 

Dinwiddle 

Tazewell 

Rockingham 

Alleghany 

Louisa 

Culpeper 

Cumberland 

Buchingliam 

Alleghany 

Botetourt 



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5hurch View 
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Jireleville 
3ity Point 
Jlaremont Wharf 
Jlark's Creek 
Harksville 
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Jlayville 
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Hear Fork 
Jleek's Mills 
Jlift Mills 
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Mansemond 

Amelia 

Norfolk 

Middlesex 

Augusta 

Loudoun 

Prince George 

Surry 

Patrick 

Mecklenburg 

Clay 

Hampshire 

Washington 

Tazewell 

Bath 

Fauquier 

King George 



Davis' Mills 
Davis' Store 
DawsonvUle 
Dayton 
Deatonsillfl 
Deep Creek 
Deerfield 
Diamond Grove 
Diana Mills 
Dickinson's 
Dickensonville 
Dick's Creek 
Dinwiddle C. H. 



Spottsylvania 
Pittsylvania 
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Prince Edward 
Bedford 



Disputants 

Doe Hill 

Double Bridge 

Dover Mills 

Dovesville 

Drake's Branch 

Dranesville 

Draper's Valley 

Drapersville 

Drcwryville 

Dry Valley 

Dublin 

Dug Spur 

Dumfries 

Dunnsville 

Dufree's Old Store 

Durrettsville 

Dyer's Store 

Dye's Mill 

Earleysville 

East Liberty 

East River 

Edenbiirg 

Edge Hill 

Edmunds 

Edna Mills 

Edom 

Eggleston Springs 

Elamsville 

Eldorado 

Elk Creek 

Elk Run 

EUisville 



Greene 

Rockingham 

Amelia 

Norfolk 

Augusta 

Brunswick 

Buckingham 

Franklin 

Russell 

Tazewell 

Dinwiddle 



Prince George 

Highland 

Lunenburg 

Gooclilana 

Rockingham 

Charlotte 

Fairfax 

Pulaski 

Mecklenberg 

^^>iuthampton 

Montgomery 

Pulaski 

Carroll 

Prince William 

Essex 

Charlotte 

Richmond 

Henry 

Fairfax 

Albemarle 

Page 

Mercer 

Shenandoah 

King George 

Brunswick 

Charles City 

Rockingham 

Giles 

Patrick 

Culpeper 

Grayson 

Fauquier 

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Fluke's 
Ford's Depot 
Forest Depot 
Forestville 
Forkland 
Forks of Buffalo 
Forksvillc 
Fork I'nion 
Fort Blackimore 
Fort Furnace 
Fox vil Ic 

Francisco's Mills (ittiVf'UuVry'tSloxt 

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Franktown Northamptoi I lUve'. S'. r« 

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Fredericksburg SpotWylvaniul II ' 
Frederickshall Louisi II 

Freeshado Middlesex lU 

Free Union Albcmarh I 

French Hay Hmnovpr 

Friendship F»irf r 

Front Royal Wan 

Fulkerson Si' i < Mill< 

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Garysville 

Gen, Banks' 

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Germanna 

Gholsouville 

(Jibsonville 

(iilboa 

(iilmore's Mills 

Gill's Creek 

(iinhe's MiIIh 

Glade Hill 

Gladcsloro' 

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Glenmore 
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Glouci'Ster C. II 
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Gold Hill 
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(loodflon 
Good View 
(ioodwynsville 
GordODtrille 
Goreavillo 
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Graham's Forge 
Gravel Hill 
Gravel Spring 
Grave's Mill 
Grayson C. H. 



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POST OFFICES — VLRGINIA, 



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County, 



Jamaica Middlesex 

Jarratt'8 Sussex 

arrold'3 Valley Raleigh 

Jefferson Povrhattau 

Jeflersonton Culpeper 

JelVress' Store Nottoway 

Jennings' Gap Augusta 

Jennings' Ordinary Nottoway 
Jerusalem Southampton 

Jeter ville Amelia 

Johnson's Spring Goochland 
Johnsontown Northampton 
Jonesborough Brunswick 

Jonesville Lee 

Joyceville Mecklenburg 

Junction Hanover 

Junction Store Botetourt 

Kasey's Bedford 

Keeiletown Rockingham 

Kellysville Culpeper 

Kempsville Princess Anne 
Kennedy's Brunswick 

Kerr's Creek Rockbridge 

Keswick's Depot Albemarle 
Keysville Charlotte 

Kilmarnock Lancaster