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PUBLIC LIBRARY, FORT WAYME & ALLEN CO. 

GOVERNMENT DOCUf/l^f'TS COLLECTION 

FORI WAYNE, INDIANA 



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3 1833 01793 2051 



GEbJEALOGY 
977.202 
F77P 
1868-69 



^VILLI^MS' 



FT. WAYNE DIRECTORY 



iFOK. 18SS-9; 



TO WHICH IS APPENDED 



A UNITED STATES POST OFFICE DIRECTORY. 






n:E"TH ISSUE: 

COMPILED BY WI1,L,IAMS & CO. 



PUBLIC LIBRARY, F0RTl^7^.yNE & ALLE.^ CO 

GOVERNMENT DKU^ENTS COLLECTION 

FORT WAYNE, INDIANA 

FORT WAYNE, IND.: 

No. 101 Columbia Street. 

1868. 




CINCINNATI ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Vanduzen k Tift, 
Buckeye Bell FouikIj'j 



U^"Chuitli, Auadeniy. Fa'-tory, Plnntiition, 
Steamboat, Fire, and Sigiiiil Bells. IManufac- 
tiireis of iiml Dealers in Bra>s Covks, Globe 
V:\lves 8te:!m Wliistle«. Bras.-; Casiings, Spel- 
ter Solder, Babbitt Metal, Iron Pipe and 
Fittings, Ho.-e and Couplings, Steam and 
W:it(_-r GMiiji' s. 

102 and IC4 East Second St.. 




P E E F A C E 

TO 0"D":£^ ZFITJ-Tii VOUiTJIsdllB: 



We believe tl;:. r, our patrons will fiud our present Issue more reliable 
than ,iiiy of our i>ro',C(iing A''oluiues. The inlbrmation which it contaius 
is tlie result of a tlmrouuh canvass of the CiTY OF Ft. Wayne, superin- 
tendel by H. TnoiiSTON Bennett, Esq., our Assistant Compiler, whose 
eonijM'iency and l::':;lifulness have been fully tested by our patrons, m the 
vuluiii'- heretofore compiled by him for the Citv of Kt. Wayne. 

T ■ rollect and j.vopare the matter for a City Directory for publica- 
tion. ■ ,i perplexiij;;' and difficult task. The nature of the work compels 
us t'l M^ek inform. ■ri:iu from each member of the community — from the 
intei; rut and the ignorant; from the civil and polite citizen and the 
rou:.;' nd unlettc: : i resident. Some are unwilling to have their names 
appc.,1 .11 a City L'.iectory, and purposely avoid the canvasser ; others 
give the informativ.u in an imperfect and scarcely inteiiigibte manner, j 
Only -iirough per-evering labor and continued watchfulness can an \ 
apjjri.x Illation to .;■ ..rrectness be attained in a Work of this character, j 
\Vc liiiiik, howevoV; that we have in most instances been enabled to j 
overC'Miie the dithcuities and obstacles which surround the undertaking, i 
and confidently believe that the Directory for 18G8-9 will be found j 
by our patrons a reliable and trustworthy Lruido to the Residences and ' 
Business Houses oi the City of Ft. Wayne. I 

Oar new Directorv, for 1868-9, contains about Six Thousand) 
NAJr;:s. which is a much larger number than is contained in any Di- 
RECTuRv previously published for the city ; and, judging from experience 
gathercil from the canvass of other cities, we should say, shows that the 
present copulation of the Citv of Ft. Wayne is upwards of twenty-six 
thousand souls, '^''ithin the last five years the Citv has not only greatly I 
iucre:i:-ed in popuhrtion, but the numerous splendid business houses, large ! 
mani' factories and beautiful residences, erected during that period, are | 
palp ;'ie evidences of a great increase in business and wealth, and iiidi- I 
catu ]>)■ ihe city a \:\\\\ more rapid growth in the immediate future, and! 
demoiiftrate, beyond a doubt, the power of Ft. \\''ayne to maintain her | 
proud position in the foremost rank of the great Cities of the West. We I 
predici for the Citv of Ft. Wayne a rapid increase in population and a{ 
progiessive and pio.^perous future. 

Vv'e return our thanks to the merchants and business men of the City \ 
for tiie patronage extended to the Work, and to the Press, for the many 
favorable notices published during the canvass, and renew our promise to 
the public to faitlii'uliy labor to make each succeoJing IssUE of our 
DiRJ^LTORY more \\ nthy of commendation and patronage. 

WILLIAMS & CO. 



CONTENTS 



Aljhreviations 35 Justices of the Peace.. 

Alpl.aletical Arriniement of Names 35 MUcellaueous 

lianks and Bankers 25 Xewspap rs 

Benevolent Asaoeiations 20 Njtaru-s Public 

Uonndariesof Wards 3" Patn.t Laws 

Business Directory 181 Post Office Directory.. 

Church Directory 21 PrefaC'i 

City Governmuiit 17 ! Public Buildings 

Conntv Officers 27 School Department 

Fire Department IS' Sketch of Fort Wayne., 

Index to Advertisements 6 I Street Directory 

Insurance Companies and Agencies 2i Township Officers 

Internal Revenue 22 1 



. Back part of Book 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ART GALLERY. 

Sh.iaff J. A 

ATTORN KYS AT LAW. 

Houeh J .hn 

R.indall F P 

DA KING POWDKR. 

Riddle & Uriin.iriir .. 
IIKLL FOUNDRY. 

Y.nlnzen A: Tift 
BLACKS.MITU SHOP. 



Me 



Ch., 



BOILKRS. 

Bass & Hanna.... 

.Murray k Baker. 
BOOKSELLER. 



BREU KETTLES. 

N.Miroth Anton... 
BREWERY. 

Heck K. .T & St 
BUSINESS COLLE- 

American Busine 
CARPHNTER 

CAI 

McDnugal A: Co 

Townlev. D.WaM. Ilond fc Oo... 
CARRIAGE MANUFACTURERS. 

Stjnky. Bieber & Co 

Steven^Thos 

CAR WHEELS. 

Ba^s & Hanna 

CASTINGS. 

M.irrav .t Baker 

CLOAK AND DRESS MAKIN(}. 
rir C. A; Co 

T.wnlnv. DeWald. Bond A; Co.. 
CLOTHIERS 

FUdilcrman John G. & Co 

CLOTHS. &<:. 

French. Hanna Si Co 

COAL OIL. 

Ui.l.lli- A,- BnintrilT 

COI-LECTIN(; a(;ent. 

B.sdler H. H 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 

Cochran. Humphrey A: Co 

Pottpr Joseph L 

COPPER STILLS. 

N-uroth Anton 

DRl'GGISTS. 

Biddle li Brandriir 

(JratiRny A: Co 

M.y..r Br..,, tc Co 

DRIUJ(;!STS' SUNDItlES. 

Gr^iijtny A: Co 

DRY GOODS. 

Orn 0. .\:Co 

Root .V Co 

Townl-v D.Wald. Hond A: Co.. 
DYE WORKS. 

Lewln l» A 

ENGINEERS. 

.M.irriy & Baker 



FANCY GOODS. 



Root A- Co 


2 


FOUNDRY FACINGS. 




Crawford Geo. & Co 


' 


FRUIT JARS. 


Hemini;rav R. & Co 


• 


FURNITURE. 


Mill.-r John M 


40 


GAS FIXTURES. 


Hatter^l.v A 


■16 


GEAR CUTTING. 




R.stett,>r Louis 


Ifi 


GLASS MANUFACTURERS. 






' 


ORATi;.s.' ■ 




J2 

3t; 


Si.t,rmeister & Becker 


GROCERS. 




Hn,<ti-! ,t Hamilton 


62 


HARDWARE. 




52 


HOTEL. 




40 


INSURANCE. 


,Kina Insurance Co Fuciujpnje 9 and 


5<! 


American Life of Philadelphia 


66 


BosilerH H 


1,4 
66 


Con.lon .1. Frank 


Homuof New York .. 


58 


JIoUL'hJohn 56.5i>and 


60 




60 


Mutual Life of New York 


R.uHluU F. P 


34 




58 


IRON FOUNDERS. 


Murr.v A- Hiker 


44 


IRON. NAII.S. Ac. 




nran.bin ,V Rob^jrts 


.'•.2 


IRON RAILING. 




Bass A Hanna 


42 


LAND AGENTS. 




Ho.^'h J..hn 


.S( 


Ran. lull F. P 


34 



LIME. PLASTER AND CEMENT. 

Cr>>»f..r.l (}e... 4 Co 

LOOKING GLASS PLATES. 

.Mill.r .lohn M 

LUMUER DEALERS. 

Ch,.l; A Rl.M.e.mith 

Co.l.r.u,. H.Moi.hrey & Co 

MACIIINK U .ii;ks. 

Itii< A- Hanna 

MANTELS 

Siit.Ttni'i.iter f[ Bcokor 

MARIILE WORKS. 

S.ii.'rnieiu.'r \- lleokor 

MEDICINES, (FAMILY). 

BuldK' 4\: llrandrin 

Muv.'rlt ov A- Co 

MILL FUKNI'^HING GOODS. 

II..-. .V H.nua 

MILLINERY 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



MUSIC AXD MUSICAL INSTRUMBNTS 

■StdCkhridL-e N . 1' -18 

W-MltherF. W. & Co .■.;;.■; (it; 

XEWSl'APKRS. 

Fort Wayne Doniocriit ; K8 

Fort VVajne Ga eltB Co 72 

Iiidiiinii Staats ZeitiiDg 70 

NOTARY PUBLIC. 

Bossier H. H 61 

NOTIONS. 

Root&Co 2 

PAINTERS. 

Anderson & Kover 36 

PAINT.S. OILS. &c. 

Biddle & Brandriff r,o 

Brandritf A Roberts .'.■" 52 

Grati-ny & Co 34 

Meyer Bros & Co 2 

PAPER HANGINGS. 

Anderson & Kuver 3fi 

Stooklirid^e N.P 48 

PATENTLA\7S. 

Knisht Bros . 8 

PATENT SOLICITORS. 

Knight Bros.. . 4 

PHOTOGRAPH gallery'. 

Shoaff J, A . 38 

PIANO MAKERS. 

Walther F. \V. & Co G6 

PLOW MANUFACTURERS. 

JfesinsCtias . . as 

Reid A. D. & Co.. 64 

PLUMBKRS' MATERIAL. 

Hiitterslev A 4.", 

printers: 

Fort Wayne Gazette Co 72 

Sarnighausen J 70 

Zimn^erman &■ (;o... .... (;8 

PRINTING PRESSES. 

Rastetter Louis 16 

PUMP MANUFACTURER!'; 

KyleA.P.A;Co 52 

RAILROADS. 

C. H & D. Railroad... 105 

P . Ft. W & C. Railway.'..".'.'.'.'.'.;;; 74 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Bossier H. H 64 

HonKhJohn 5, 

SAL SODA. CAUSTIC SODA, i:c. 

Crawford Geo. & Co 1 



SASH. DOORS. BLINDS, &e. 

BrandritV A; Roberts .'2 

Cochran. Huniplirey i Co 44 

Hunl 0. D 50 

SAW MILLS. 

Murray A- B:iker 44 

SEAL PRESSES. 

Evens P., Jr 1 

SLEIGHS. 

Stanley, Beiher & Co 64 

SMUT MACHINES. 

Bass & Hauna 42 

SODA ASH. 

CrawlonI Gpo. & Co 1 

STEAM ENGINES. 

><MSS & Hanna 42 

Murray & Biker 44 

RastettHV Lonis.. .. 16 

STENCIL CUTTER. STEEL STA.MPS; &c; " 

EvensP...Ir ; 1 

STORE FRONTS. 

Hard O.D 50 

STOVES. &c. 

Brandrlft- & Roberts 52 

STRAW (tOODS. 

Orff C. <fe Co 3S 

TAILORS. (MERCHANT). 

Fledderniiin John G. & Co 40 

TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WARE. 

Brandritt A; Roberts 52 

Nenroth Anton 35 

TIN PLATE. 

Branlrin ,^- Roberts 52 

TOWER CLOCKS. 

Rastetter Louis 16 

TRUSSES. SHOULDER BRACES;'A-c; 

Bidrtle A; Brandrift' 50 

Tl RNERS. 

Cochran. Hnmrlirev ^- Co 4) 

WAGON MANUFACTURER. 

Stevens Thomas 40 

WINDOW SHADES. 

McDougal A- Co CC 

WOOL DEALERS AND WOOLEN MILL. 

French. Haniia & Co 62 

WROUGHT IKON PIPE. 

Hattersley A 46 



R. HEMir^GRAY ^ CO., 

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



JFAXUFAt'TURERS OF 




€OXSISTS^"« OF 

Fruit Jars, Lamps, Lanterns, Chimneys, Brandi^'s, Hock Wines, Demi 

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

of Table Ware. Also, iMiilosophical Apparatus, and 

Kounrt Ai Oval Shades for Artificial Flowers and 

Statuettes. Solar, Sun and Comet Burners 

on hand in large quantities. 



N. B.— Our PATEXT FRUIT .JARS, manufactured e.xclusivcly b.v us, .stand nnriva 
jirescrving qualities, and have the best reputation of any ,Jar in the West. 

J?@-LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO THE COUNTRY TRADE. 



DIGEST OF UNITED STATES PATENT LAWS, 

COMl'lLEU BV 

K ]V I G II T 1$ H O S . , 

Solicitors of Patents, Consvi.tino Kn.;inkkiis, am. Covnsellous in Patent Cacsfs, 

No. 24 AVEST FOURTH ST., CINCINNATI. O., and 

No. 406 F STREET, WASHINGTON, D. C. 



1. A PATENT for seventeen years is granted to 
tho first inventor of a new ami useful Art, Maoliine, 
Manufacture, or Composition of Matter, not lieietufor« 
known in tliis country, nor published or patented in any 

' foreign country. Application fee, Slj. Issue, $2U. 

I Act ISOl, Sec. 10. 

I 2. A CAVEAT is useful .as a precanlionary step, 
in cases where the inventor requires further time or 
means to mature his invention, and entitles the 
partv <for a yearj to notice of any interfering appli- 
catio'n subsequently filed. Gov. fee, *10. Act IBOI, 
Sec. 10. , ,, 

3. APPLICATION for Letters Patent, should 
be made within two years after the first sale, or pub- 
lic use of the invention, and must be accompanied 
by a .Model, (where the case admits of one.) or a 
epecimvn of Ingredients and Composition: also, Peti- 
tion, Oath, Duplicate Drawings. Specification, and 
Fee, ($1.>). It must be made by the inventor, or (if dc- 
cea-ieJ) bv his administrator, for the benefit of the heirs. 
Act l,s;W.Sec. G and 10; Act 1S39, Sec. 7. 

i. MODEIiS may be of any durable material, 
avoiding glue, must not exceed twelve inches in length, 
and should particularly represent the points of iu- 
TtnkioD. 

5. DESIGN.-A patent for Vi. 7, or 14 years, is 
allowed to any citiien of tho United Suites, who 
originates a new carving or sculptural composition, 
or a new shape or configuration of any article of man- 
ufacture, or a new, oruamental, or useful design, 
pattern, or picture, to be worked into, or printed, 
or painted, or cast, or otherwise atUched to any article 
of manufacture. Gov. fee, $10. $l.i, or i30. Act 1^1. 

Photographic illustrations of Designs must be ac- 
companied by the •' negatives," to enable copies to 
be made in the I'atent OflSce.— Holt, Commissioner of 
Patents. 1857. , , . . 

An engraved or printed design issued as an object 
of art, having a value in itself, and intended for sale 
u such, properly comes within the provisions of the 
copyright law; but when, however artistieallv ex- 
ecuted, it is not produced for sale as a work of art. 
but is designed to be alfixed in tho manner of a label 
to a manufactured article, it then plainly falls under 
the act relating to patents for designs, and consequently 
can not be protected by copyright.— Uishop, Comuiis'r 
of Patents. Aug. \iiS9. , , 

6. COPVIMGIIT may be obtained for. 1st, 
Printed reading matter, forming no part of any or- 
nament or manufacturer's mark; '2d, Charts, musical 
compositions, and prints or engravings intended for sale 
as such. Act 1S.',I. Sec. 1. 

7. HEISSUK.— Patents with defective specifica- 
tions mar be reissued in an amended form. Gov. fee, 
$30. Act. 1836, .Sec. l.T ; Act 18fil. Sec. 10. 

Whore by inadvertence, accident, or mistake, the 
original patent is too broad, a disclaimer may be filed 
either by the original patentee, or by any OC bis as- 
signees Fee, SIO. Act I8:C, See. 7. 

«. l':XTKN.«<ION.— Application fsrextension must 
bo made at least three months prior to the expiration 
of a p.Voiit. Tho chief points to bo established, arc: 
1st. asccrUincd Value of the invention; 2d, amount of 
loss and profit which have accrued from the Invention; 
3d, efforts made and dimcultics incurred in maturing 
■ nd Introducing the invention. Application fee, $50. 
Issue. $MI Ari l««-(. «"r, I ; Act 1*1, .Sec. 10. 

9 KOI{ KI<;M''I{<< may obtain a patent on lame 
terms ri- . ■ ii A I l-«-.l. S.'c. 10. 

10. .lOISr INVi;\TOR!* are entitled to a 
joint I' 1' ' . I • in claim one separately. 

11. A^-KiN ^1 I'^T.S inav be made proTloui to 
application. a<i<l ■lioiild ho recorded In United States 

' Patent OIBoe within Ihreo months. 

12. A PART OWNER of a patent may, in the 
absence of any contract. a«ign his interest or any 
fractional part thereof, or ho may, cither alone or la 
company with othnrs, purchase or make as many ma- 
chines n ko pleases, and may sell th'm to others with 
the right to use or sell them ; or he may refuse to 
■ell them, and may rent them ; but he has no power 
to control the action of, nor to Aerclse any super- 
vision over, a co-proprietor, nor to coiafiel contri- 
batien of profits or losses, nor to enforce a partition 
of the right, nor Is either party under any obligation 
to mak" the properly profitable. Such parties must be 
regardod as having interests which are distinct and 
Mparate la their nature, though derived from the 



same instrument; and having the same Interests, with 
the right to uie them separately, tlu-y can not, for any 
legal use of them, incur any obligation to each other.— 
Chapman, J., Supreme Ct. .Mass. lt<(>4, p. 225. Allen 
Mass. Kep. 

i::. THE .•SPECIFICATION must set forth the 
inveution in such full, cleur. u'ld exact terms, as to 
enable one skilled in the art to » liich it appertains, 
compound and use it without making any ezpcrimcu 
of his own.— 5 Ih.ward. 4. 

14. AliANDON.MENT.-If tin inventor (before 
application for a piitcnt i kiwiwingly suffers his in- 
vention to go into public and general use without 
objection, it is a dedication of it to the public— 4 
.Mason, 10.S. 

No patent is held to be invalid by reason of 
purch.\8c, sale, or use prior to tho application for a 
patent, except on proof of the abaiidonment of tin 
invention to the public; or that such purchase, sale, ui 
prior use, has been for more than t«o years prior to 
such application for a patent. Act lf«9. Sec. 7. 

15. PRIOR DESCRIPTION in a public wc 
if relied upon to void a patent, must be such as would 
be sufficient in a patent.- Parker r. Stiles, M'l.ean, 
Nov. 1«49. 

16. AN I.MPROVER upon an original patent 
has no right to u^c the original, nor has the original 
patentee a right to use the ini|.rovement without 
license —1 Pflcri-, C. ('. ■'.'.".>. 

17. >I E H I : <()!,<» U A RLE Dl FFER . 
F.NCKS, or I I . -nis, can not shake tlu 
riglitof th.- ■< , ' 2 0r>i\. 5». 

1*. A CO>imNVll<>\ t'LAI.U is not in- 
fringed bv the o>- oi „n^ o,.ii,l)eror parts less than tht 
whole.— 3 M"I,*an. 4.Vi. 

lit. I-EiaTIMATE CO.IiniNATIOV, is 
where two or more parts act together, in a new way, 
with a useful result 

20. :^IECHAMCAl. EQUIV.ALENT means 

asubstitntc known to the lirt. 

► 21. THE PROIH'J'T "fa fa'cted machine i.< 



M'l.' 



-Pat'. 

a be 



side of the 



P.4TENTEI'S are rconired to mark each 
article made or v.iidcd under their patent, lor where 
this is iinpiaclicable. t^> mark the package) with the 
word "patented," and the day and year; but iii- 
frinsers. who have been duly nolihed, are liable, not- 
withstanding th» omission of such marking by the 
patentee. Act l.>><'il. Sec. 13. 

24. PENALT V of not less than $100 and oosw i. 
incurred for each fraudulent marking of unpatented 
articles with the word ••patent " or like phrase, <.r I 
for uiiauthoriicd use of a patentee's maik. Act 164.', 
Sec. 5. 

2.'i. THE INVENTION, if now. and nscful to 
the public, may be the result either of long experiment | 
and profound research, or of n sudden and luckv though; , 
or mere accidental discovery, c • • • I.uck, labor, or 
inspiration gives an equal right.— Tindal. C. J. 

The first inveulor h.is the prior nsht. if he h.id re- 
duced the invention to a practical form bydrawinc or 
otherwise, and has used reasonable diligence ia adapting 
and iverfecting It.- I .Story. 5ytl-.W,. 

There is no doubt that he who has discovered some 
new element or property of matter, may seoure to 
himself the ownership of his discovery, so toon a« he 
has been able to illnstrale its practicability and to 
demonstrate Its value. His patent, in such a rase, 
will be commensurate with the principle It announces 
to the world, and may l>e as broad as the menial 
conception iUelf. Hut the menUl conception must 
have been susceptible of embtKliment, and must, in 
fact, have been embodied In some mechanical device, 
or in some process or art. The abstract must be re- 
solved into the concrete. The patent mn<t be for a 
thing, not for an idea merely. -Kane. J.. U. S. H. C. Pa. 

•Jfi. SECRET CSE.-The inventor, who, from 
selfishness, indiff-rcnce, or caprice, wishes to with- 
hold from the kaowledge and enjoyment of his fellow- 
oitliens a discovery which he has made, must see to It, 
that, in burying his ■•secret," he preserves proofs of Us 
existence, readv to be prodiicod whenever the action of 
another and more generous Inventor shall summon him 
to the Issue— tlolt, Commlsslcncr of PalenU, Nov., 
I-Jfl. - I 



*<" Cash ^ssels>"; <«««, $4,3,,.,^0''- 



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xsi RAXCE Company 

OF HARTFORD, CONN. 



IN 49 YEARS IT HAS PAID FOR 

FIVE THOUSAXD .7,000) DM'ELLIXG HOUSES AXIJ CONTEXTS. 
TH'EXTY-TWO HUXDRED («,>OOi CHUliCHES, SCHOOLS, dbc, 
EIGHT THOUSAXD {H,000) STOHES AXU M EMCHAXJUISE, 
FORTY-FOLK HiXUBElJ i4,400> MILLS AXU MAXUEACTOBIES, 
TIVENTY-TWO HUXDREIt i^'iOih SHII'MEXTS BY LAKE, &c. 
Making' a Total of Lo^tseN paid of over 

©Q3, 000,000.00! 

The daily destruction by Fire of Property in tlie United States reaches the enorm- i 
DOS sum of 8250.000. | 

ake yuu insured^'Tf not, why not^ ' 

The cost 18 triflhtf/: the duty is wanifeift : the result may be your escape 
fro)n ruin : while ilehiy and neylect }nfty ittvolre you in irretrievable disaster, 
bankruptcy, poverty, and cruel disapjMtintment. 

»oj»lo« 

The jETXA presents unequaled facilities to the public, by means of its ! 
extended and efficient organization, its h^avy capital and assets, for first- 
dass Insurance, ^ 

rii^E $x mihm ivvwigatiotv foiiciES, j 

fM«tned at a<« Tavorabip ratp<« and rules a<i arc oonslstsnt with reliable Indemnitv. I 

Branch. 171 Vine Street. Cincinnati, O. J. B. BENNETT, Manager. 

croHinsr hzotjg-h, ^oEzt^T, 

.>0 CALHOrX STREET. FORT JiAYXE, IX I}. 



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 1791, 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, througTi 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 comraoncement 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 failed to occupy 
this favorite rendezvous of the savage Indians — this " Federal City" of 
the tribes that formed the Miami Confederation. 

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



10 SKETCH OF FORT WAYNE. 



point, and selected here 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 ^yayne." 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 County Addition ; October, 1S3G, Ewing's 
Addition; and May, 1837, Hanna's Addition, with many others since, 
that have extended the limits of the town something over two miles 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 
18G0 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 I'rom the important internal 
improvements constructed so as to make this a loading point in tluir 
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 
j 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, 
I nortli and south, immediately to this point. The water power resulting 
! from this iuiprovcmeut furnished facilities for the erccfiou of mills and 
1 manufactories, that were of great importance in its progress ; and from 
I this period it took a new start, and this impetus continued till the era of 
I Plank Koads, in 1848. These roads were constructed with mach cncrgv 
I and rapidity to a great distance in every direction, attracting an increased 
I trade Irom a large and fertile section of country. Lastly came the Kail- 
I roads. The Oliio and Indiana Ivailroad was firtt located in 1852, and 
I completed in lh54. The Fort Wayne and Chicago lljiilroad was coni- 
monred in ls.'»|, and ronipKted in 1857. These two roatls being consol- 
idated witli the Ohiu and Pennsylvania Railroad, constitute iho I'ittsburgh. 
Fort Wayne and Chicago Railway Company, making a line 4li7 miles in 



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

JN'ext followed the Toledo and Western Eailway, located in 1854, and 
completed in 1856, 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 160 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 160 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 sencral business of the road, all the machine work, building 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 ear shop, main building two stories high, 225 feet by 75 feet, with 
two wings 185 feet by 75 feet, which turns out 30 passenger cars 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 at 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 
covering over six acres of ground. The men employed and the expendi- 
tuies are equal to the extent and importance of the buildings. Men in 
the motive power department, under the control of Isaac Dripps, Esq., are 



12 SKETCH OF FOET 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: 
3Iotive power department, 653,992 07; road, $49,817 19; transporta- 
tion, $30,080 GO ; total, §133,890 40. For material in motive power 
department, $67,G43 53; road, §81,567 98; transportation, S3,540 98; 
total for material, 8152,752 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 i 
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 Rapids 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 tirowth. 

Following the railroad improvements in March, 1853, 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 rapid 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 manufacture command the highest 
price in the eastern market; also eight planing mills and sash and door 
factories, which give constant employment to ovet 300 men, together with 
four large steam tanneries, with work for 150 men. 

I'rununent among private enterprises are our machine shops and foun- 
dries. The Fort Wayne Machine Car Wheel Works of IJass it llauna, 
with a Uiachine shop 44 feet by 116 feet, blacksmith !-hop 44 feet by 30 
feet, foundry 00 feet by 120 feet, car wheel shop 60 feet by 180 lei t, and 
boiler sliop 50 feet l)y 140 feet — all substanstial brick buildings, to which 
they have added the extensive shops of the Excelsior Agricultural Works. 
The works give craploymeut to 200 men, with an average pay-roll of 
810,000, and a monthly expenditure for material of $60,000 to $80,000. 

Ik-sides these, the shops of J. C. Bowser &. Co., and Murray Si Baker, 
each with an average pay-roll of 86,000, and an expenditure for materials 
of $30,000. All these works arc 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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13 



most superior character. The large -wooleu 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 charactci of 
Brackeuridge & Taylor on the canal ieeder, together with the works of 
McElfatrick & Wilder for the manufacture of handles and agricultural 
tools. Nor must we overlook (he 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 & Rhiuesmith, 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 fall 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 lertile country, and an 
exhaustless supply of the best timber. 

Among the leading dry goods houses in the city are Messrs. Towuley, 
DeWald, Bond & Co., H. B. Schwegman, Abbott & Shoaff, Boot & Co., 
Frank & Thanhauser, C. Orff & Co., A. S. Evans, Allen, Meyers & Co., 
all of whom do a most extensive business. The firm of Towuley, 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 manufactures 
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. 



14 SKETCH OF FORT WAYNE. 



In capital, banking and financial resources, tlie city is surpassed by 
none. It is sufficient to name the three National Banks, the First, Fort 
Wayne and Merchants', and the extensive banking house of Allen, Ham- 
ilton & Co., with a combined capital of not less 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 8100,000 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 1844, 
of the " Indiana Laud 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 8200,000 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. II. 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 apparatus, library, cabinet and gymnasium, 
all departments gi\ ing evidence of good scholarshii) 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 churclies, 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. 

lu 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 §80,000, and elegant and costly brick dwelling.'^, Furt 
Wayne is not surpassed ; and when wc speak of her hotels, t'.-.e iiockhill, 
Avelinc, Mayer, and other liouscs, she is not c([ualled in the country, and 
all for the cntcrpri.-c of her jiopulation, and are the best evidence of 
growtli and prosperity. The magnificent '• Keystone Block,'' and nunnr- 
0U8 otlicr stores, the extensive shops, and the large number of liand.«ome 



SKETCH OF FORT WAYNE. 15 



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 1868 will 
exceed 30,000 at the next census, and that few towns present such strong 
inducements to the merchant, mechanic and 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., 

DRY GOODS, 

€mvti$, m Cloths, &t. 

FismoiiiBK im m d!I[ss uiiig. 

R. W. TOWNLEY, ) 

SI^Tbond ( 105 and 107 Columbia St., 

i^^A^o^r""' irORT WAYNE, IND. 



LOUIS RASTETTER, 

Manufacturer of all kiuds and sizes of 

Tower Clocks, 

Which 1 will warrant for ten years, although they will last for ages. 

I iil-o Manufaoluro milI R,.p:ur 

PRINTING PRESSES, 

Steam Engines and Light Machinery. 

Al.-o fpociiil Hit.-niion i>uiil to 

G^E^R CTTTTING^. 

MANUFACTiiliV : N<i. Hi ^Vcst JHlrrsiiii Slroot, 

FORT WAYNE, IND. 



CITY G^XJIDE 



CITY GOVEENMENT. 



Municipal Election held first Tuesday in May. 

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



MAYOR : 

Henry 8iiarp — Office in Council Chambers. Term expires May, 1369. 

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. Eowser. 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 or the common COUNCIL. 

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



IS FORT WAYNE CITY GUIDE. 

On Gas, &c. — Messrs. Bowser, Jacoby and Krudop. 

On Public Grounds, &c. — Messrs. BoVser, Xirdliuger and Arnold, 

On Markets, etc. — Messrs. Cody, Ho,«rau and Nirdlinger. 

On Sewers, ifcc— Messrs. Cochrane, Taylor and Edgertou. 

TEEASURER : 

Chr. Piepenbrink— Office at Mayor's Office. Term expires May, 1SG9. 
John S. Herrington. Deputy. 

MARSHAL: 

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

ATTORNEY : 

E. S. Robertson — Office over 3Ierchants' National Bank. Term ex- 
pires May, 1869. 

CIVIL ENGINEER : 

Chas. S. Brackenridge — Office No. 9 Clinton street. Term expires 
May, 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 Briaut, Assistant. 

SUPERVISOR : 

George Murphy. 

SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES : 
Vacancy. 

NIGHT WATCH : 
Wm. Ward, Captain ; Frederick Limecooley, Geo. P. Gordon, John 
Creutzer, Wm. Schoppmnn, Abner A. Kelsey and Dederick Meyers. 

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



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 



HIKAM rOVSEll, ClIIKK ENdlNKKU. 

Richard IUissi.nctox, First A.»st. Gko. Fisukr, Second Asst. 

Alert Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1. — Truck House, west side of Clin- 
ton street, corner oi' East iJerry. Meeting Hall, south side of East 
Main street between Clinton and Barr. liouis T. Buckwaller, Foreman. 

Mechanics' Engine Co No. I, (Stcau)). — North-cast corner of Court 
and Berry. Tlios. .Maiinix, Foreman. 



FORT WAYNE CITY GUIDE. 19 



Vigilant Engino Co. No. 2, CSteam). — 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. i. — Broadway between Berry and Wayne. 
Tobias Rietze, Foreman. 

Protection Engine Co. No. 5.— Sixth Vv' ard, south of the T., W. & W. 
Railway Shops. Philip Luxembourger, Foreman. 

Rescue Engine Co. No. 6. — 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 
Lafeyetle 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 Ewing street, thence north along the center of said Ewing 
street to the place of beginning. 

LOCATION OF FIRE CISTERNS. 

1. Intersection Clinton and Wayne streets. 

2. " Clinton and Jefferson streets. 

3. " Jefferson and Hanua streets. 

4. " Jefierson and Griffith streets. 

5. " Pritchard and Broadway streets. 

6. " Washington and Van Bureu streets. 

7. " Union and Wayne streets. 

8. " West and Pritchard streets. 

9. '' Prince and Bass streets. 

10. " Lafayette and Montgomery streets. 

11. " Barr and Madison streets. 

12. Fronting Steam Engine House on Court street. 

13. '' Cathedral on Calhoun street. 

14. " No. 44 West Wayne street. 

15. Intersection Barr and Holmau streets. 
1(3. " Calhoun and Maumee streets. 

17. " Calhoun and Wallace streets. 

18. South of Railroad on Lafayette 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. 



PUBLIC SCHOOL DEPAETMENT. 



BOARD OF EDUCATION: 

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



20 FORT WATNE CITY GUIDE. 

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS: 

James IL Smart — Office on East Wayne street near Calhoun. 
SCHOOLS AND TEACHERS : 
High School Buildinp^ 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, Robina 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, Al>ba 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 Ilattie M. Armstrong, Teachers. 

Washington School Building, corner of Washington and Union streets 
Abbie J. Sharp, Principal. 
Nellie j\L Jones, Martha A. Jones, Amanda P. Connelly and Susan 
E. Shaffer, Teachers. 

Sixth Ward School Building, corner of Hoaglaud and Butler streets. 

Catherine Gerry, Princip^il. 
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 Callioun and Berry streets. 

Fort Wayne Coniniandcry, No. 4 — Knights Templars; instituted 
December, 1.S54. Meets on second Thursday evenings in each montli. 

Fort ^Vaync ('ouncil. No. 4. — Instituted 3Iay 5, 1855. Meets on 
second Saturday evenitig in each mdiitli. 

Fort Wayne Chapter, R. A. M., No. ID. — Instituted May, 1851. 
Meets on fir.-t Wednesday evcMing of each mouth. 

Wayne Lodge, No. 25, F. it A. M.— Instituted May, 1S23. Regular 
meetings, Tuesday evenings on or preceding each full moou ; adjourycd 
meetings, Tuesday evening of each week. 



FORT WAYNE CITY GUIDE. 21 

Summit City 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, cast side of Court street, over Post Ofl&ce. 

Fort Wayne Lodge, No. 14. — 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. G. L. Stevens, Pastor. 

GERMAN 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. Cafit, Pastor. 

JEWISH : 

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

EVANGELICAL ASSOCIATION : 

Evangelical Associaton Church, corner of Clinton asd Holmau. Rev. 
xM. W. Steflfey, Pastor. 

EVANGELICAL ASSOCIATION— LUTHERAN : 

Trinity English Evangelical Lutheran Church, south-east corner of 
Clinton and Wayne. Rev. 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 CITY GUIDE. 



St. John's Grerman Evangelical Lutheran Church, south-east corner of 
Van Buron and "Washington. Rev. Casimer Bauraan, Pastor. 
METHODIST EPISCOPAL: 
Rev. L. W. Monson, Presiding Elder. 

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

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

Centennary 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 j 
and Fulton. Rev. Louis Dunker, Pastor. 

PRESBYTERIAN : 

First 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. 

Mission Church and Sabbath School, north-east corner of Calhoun and 
Holman ; at present attached to the First Presbyterian Church. 

PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL : 

Trinity Church, 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 Beaoit and Rev. Edward Brammcr, 
Pastors. 

Mother of God Church, (German), south-ea:^t corner of Lafayette and 
Jefferson. Rev. Joseph Weutz, Pastor. 

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



UNITED STATES INTERNAL 
KEAENUE. 



OFFICERS FOR THE TENTH DISTRICT OF INDIANA. 

W. H. Withers, Collector Tenth District of Indiana. Office, No. 4-1- 
Calhoun street, Fort Wayne. 

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

A. G. Barucit, Assistant Assessor for Division No. 1, Allen Co. Office, 
No. 44 Calhoun street. Fort AVayne. 

Alexander Hall, Assitant Assesor for Whitley Co. 

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

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

F. W. Veddcr, Assistant Assessor for LaGrauire Co. 
0. W. Parish, Assistant Assessor lor Steuben Co. 
Frank M. Willis, As.sistant Assessor for DeKalb Co. 
J. B. StoU, Assistant A.>*sessor for Noble Co. 



FORT WAYNE CITY GUIDE. 23 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS, HALLS, &C. 



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

Union Block, nortli-west corner of iMaiu and Clinton. 

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

Odd Fellows' Hall, over the Post Office. 

Phoenix Block, north-west corner of Main and Calhoun. 

Court House, on Public Square. 

Colerick's Hall, north side of Columbia between Clinton 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 Calhouu between Main and Berry. 

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

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

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

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

Commercial College Building, south side of Main between Calhoun and 

Clinton. 
Hamilton's Kew Block, west side of Calhoun between Main and Beiry. 
Burgess' Block, south side of Main between Calhoun and Clinton. 
Burgess and Schwegmau's Block, 99 and 101 Columbia. 



TOWNSHIP OFFICEES. 



TRUSTEE : 
John G. Maier — Office, No. 78 Columbia. Term expires April, 1SG9. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE: 
Daniel Ptyan — Office ia Hamilton's Hall Building. Term expires Juno 
23, 1869. 

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

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

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



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NOTAEIES 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. 
Jefferson C. Bowser— Term expires November 17, 1869. 
Chas. McCuUoch— 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. F. Stinchcomb— Term expires MayJ, 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 24, 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. K. Hartman- Term expires May 7, 1872. 

Michael Crow — Term expires June 10, 1872. 

Geo. W. Dursin, Jr — Term expires July 9, 1872. 



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25 



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 Levanawa}', 
Nicholas Ladig, 
Wm. McCrory, 
Geo. Bullard, 
Jas. L. Hunter, 
Simeon B. Stouder, 
Patrick l^ey, 
Amaza Shafler, 
Daniel Byan, 

F. A. Roy, 
Winton Bennet, 
Alonzo A. Baker, 
Isam Boswell, 
J. W. Hare, 
Piatt Squiers, 
Geo. (}. Nuttle, 
Wm. Dickersou, 
Peter S. Crisenbury, 
Adam H. Bittinger, 
Wm. Stewart, 
Beuj. Saunders, 

C. V. N. Milliman, 



COUNTY. 

Jackson, 

Adams, 

Adams, 

Pleasant, 

Washington, 

LaFayctte, 

Washington, 

Marion, 

St. Joseph, 

Jefferson, 

Cedar Creek, 

Aboite, 

Adams, 

Aboite, 

Lake, 

Madison, 

Wayne, 

Jefferson. 

Lake, 

Monroe, 

Maumec, 

Pleasant, 

Scipio, 

Milan, 

Monroe, 

Springfield, 

Wayne, 

Wayne, 

Wayne, 

Wayne, 



p. O. ADDRESS 

Monroeville, 

ISIew Haven, 

New Haven, 

Little River, 

Fort Wayne, 

Zauesville, 

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 

Chamberlain, 

Monroeville, 

Harlan, 

Fort Wayne, 

Fort Wayne, 

Fort Wayne, 

Fort Wayne, 



TERM EXPIRES. 

April 18, 1872 

April 27, 1872 

April 18, 1872 

November 12, 1871 

January 21, 1872 

January 22, 1872 

January 21, 1872 

April 19, 1871 

May 20, 1871 

November 7, 1870 

November 9, 1870 

November 7, 1870 

April 19, 1871 

April 19, 1871 

April 19, 1870 

June 20, 1869 

June 23, 1809 

April 28, 1869 

May 3, 1869 

April 28, 1869 

April 28, 1869 

May 5, 1869 

Mav 29, 1869 

April 28, 1869 

October 29, 1868 

October 29, 1868 

October 28, 1871 

April 27, 1872 

April 19, 1870 

xipril 19, 1870 



BANKS AND BANKERS. 



Fort Wayne National Bank — South-west corner Main an J Clinton ■ 
Capital, $250,000. Chas. D. Bond, President; Pliny Hoaglaod, Vice 
President; Jared D. Bond, Cashier. Pliny Hoagland, Oliver P. Morgan, 
Jesse L. Williams, Bcnj. W. Oakley, Chas. D. Bond, Directors. 

First National Bank of Fort Wayne — South-east corner Main and 
Court. Capital, $200,000. J. D. Nuttman, President ; John Orff, Vice 
President; AV. B. Fisher, Cashier. Samuel T. Hanna, F. Nirdlin^er, 
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. 
Bayless, N. P. Stockbiidge, 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, ll Clinton street 
Capital, $100,000. James L. Worden, President ; S. Lumbard, 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. 
3Lanhattan 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. 

Tuos. P. CoRDREY, Agent, 20 E. Berry. 
Phoenix Insurance Company, Brooklyn, N. Y, 
Fire and Marine Insuiauce Company, Springfield, Mass. 
Winncfihiek Insurance Company, Freeport, 111. 
State Insurance Company, Fort Wayne, lud. 
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, A<i;ent, 9 Clinton street. 



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^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., Agent, 26 Court street. 
Continental Life Insurance Company of Hartford, Conn. 

J. J. Kamm, Agent, 2-1 Court street. 



COUNTY OFFICEES. 



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. 



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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 : 
Jolin 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, Bluffton. 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. 



NEWSPAPEES. 



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

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

Indiana Staats Zeitung (German) Tri-Wcekly and Weekly — Office, 
north-cast corner of Columbia and Clinton. John D. Sarnighausen, 
l^ublisher and Proprietor. 

Sunday Morning Chronicle, (Weekly) — Office, north-west corner of 
Main and Clinton. Freeman, Tigar I't Co., Publishers and Proprietors. 

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



PORT WAYNE CITY GUIDE. 29 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



Allen County Bible Society — Organized April, 1833. Depository, 73 
Columbia. Meets last Tuesday in each 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 
ISio, under the patronage of the North and North-West Indiana Con- 
ferences. C. i*. Hodge, Professor in Charge. Officers of the Board of 
Trustees : Isaac Jenkiuson, President ; John M. Miller, Treasurer. 

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

Lindenwood Cemetery — Situated on Huntington Road, one-and-a-half 
miles from the city. I. D. Gr. 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 Wayne Gas' Light Co. — Organized August, 1855. Capital, 
$150,000. A. P. EdgertoD, President ; H. H. Edgerton, Secretary and 
Treasurer; J. H. Walker, Engineer; A. P. Edgcrtou, R. E. Fleming, 
Byron D. Angell, Sylvester Medbury and H. H. Edgerton, Directors. 

German Catholic Carl Barromoeus Society — Organized August, 1860. 
Hall in St. Joseph's School, corner of Jefterson and Lafayette streets. 
Martin 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 in 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, 1,2U0. John A. Maier, Librarian. 

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

Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, Division No. 12 — Organi,'"^d 
12th April, 18G4. Meets every Saturday evening at Hall Xo. 19 C 
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. Parnin, Sec'y ; J. B. Chauvey, Treasurer. 



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The Fort Wayne Building, 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. Eobinson, J. H. Smart, H. H. Bossier and A. S. Evans, 
Directors. 



BOUNDAEIES OF WARDS. 



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 lowing 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 Iving west of 
Calhoun and south of T., W. & W. Railway Track . 

SEVENTH WARD— Comprises all that part of the city lying cast 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. & VV. Railway Track. 



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STREET DIEECTOEY. 



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. 

Bluffton Plank Koad, continuation of Broadway from P., Ft. W. & C. 

Railway, running south-west. 
Bowser, west from Lima Plank Road, Bloomingdale. 
Brackenridge, west from Calhoun next south of Douglas Av. 
Braudriff, west from Webster to Hoagland next south of Melita. 
Broadway, from Canal to Blufi'ton Plank Road next west of Fulton. 
Buchanan, east from Lafayette to Hanna, Lasselle's addition. 
Butler, from Fairfield A v. east to Lafayette next south of Williams. 
Calhoun, south from Canal Feeder lo 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 BrandriflF. 
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 Griffith 

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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Force, Jones & Bass' Foundry Addition. 

Fourth, east from Lima Plauk Eoad next north of Third, Bloomlnr^dale, 

Francis, south from Canal to Lewis nest east of ELinna. 

Fulton, from Kiver south between Griffith and Broadway. 

Garden, from Washington south next west of Nelson. 

Gay, south from P., Ft. W. Sc C. R. R. next east of John. 

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

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

Grant, east from Ilanna next south of Jones. 

Griffith, from River south between Ewing and Fulton. 

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

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

Hanna, south from Ca-nal 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, Joufs & Bass' Foundry Addition. 

High, west from Lima Plauk Road, Bloomingdale. 

Highland, west from Picjua Road to Webster next south of T. & W. R. W. 

Hoagland. south from T. & W. R. W. next east of Fairfield Av. 

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

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

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

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

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

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

John, Jones &, Lass' Foundry Addition. 

Janes, Jones k 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. 
j Lafayette, south from River to Corporation Liuo next east of Barr. 
I Lassclle, cast from Laf-yette to Hanna next south of Charles. 

Lasselle No. 2, cast from Lafayette to Hanna next south of St. Francis. 
j Lavina, west from Fairfield Av. next south of George. 
I Lewis, from Ewing east next south of Madison and Jefferson. 

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

Locust, west irom Fairfield Av. next south of T. ct W. R. W. 

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

McClellan, south from J^ewis nexth west of Webster. 

Madison, east irom Barr to Haruier between Jefferson and Lewis. 

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

Main, cast from River to Canal next north of Berry. 

Marion, north from High to Douglas, Bloomingdale. 

Mauiuee, cast from Calhoun to Barr next south of Holman. 

Mauuiee Road, east from Harmer next south of ^\''ashi.l_'ton. 

Mclita, west from Webster to Hoagland, next south of T. ^: W. R. W. 

Monroe, from Canal south to J>assolle between ILitina and Clay. 

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

Morrci, south from P., Ft. W. & C. Railway next west of Bliiffton Ro.-\d. 

Nelson, south from Washington between (iarden and College. 

Nirdlingcr, west from ]Jluflton Plank Road next south of Wall. 



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33 



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

Av. 
Oak, east from Division next south of Mauraee Road. 
Oakley, south from Taylor next west from Fairfield Av. 
Ohio, south from Maamee Road next east of Walnut. 
Pearl, from Fulton east between Main and Canal. 
Pine, south from T. & W. R. W. next west of Fairfield Av. 
Pittsburgh, cast from Clay to Harraer next south of Hough. 
Plum, from Water to Sr, Mary's River between Harrison and Cass. 
Poplar, west from Fairfield Av. next south of Walnut 
Pritchard, west from Broadway next north of P., Ft. W. & C. Pk-iilway. 
Rockhill, from Washington to Main next west of Union. 
St. Francis, Lafayette to Hanna. Lasselle's Addition. 
St. Louis, along north side T. & W. R. W. we.st from Fairfield Av. 
St. Mary's, north side Jliver Bank from Lima Plank Road to N. Cal'noun. 
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 Ftoad next north of First, Bloomingdale. 
Smith, south from P., Ft. W. & C. Railway, next cast of Clay, 15;iss & 

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

on west side St. Joe River north. 
Sturgis, west from Fulton to Broadway next south of JoiTerson 
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 A v. next south of Locust. 
Third, east from Lima Plank Road next north of Second, Bloomingdale. 
Toledo, east from Lafayette to Hanna next south of Hough. 
Union, from Corporation Line to Berry next west of Jackson. 
University, south from Wayne 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 Blufftoa 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. 

Washin<iton, eastfrom 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 lowing and 

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



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FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 







Corner Main and Calhoun Streets, 

FORT WAYNE, IND. 



Brushes, Combs, Perfumeries, 
TOII.ET SOAPS, PAIiVTS, OILS, GLASS A«IO PUTTY, 

And all articles usually kept by Druggists. 



ANTON NEUROTH, 



•MANUFACTURER OF- 




Iron and Copper Brew Kettles 8t Copper Stills 

Of every descriptiou made to order at sliort notice. 

i\o. 119 Calhoun Street, FORT WAYNE, IND. 



B@"GiVE m:e a. CA.LL."^ 



ATTORNEY AT LAW, 

Liand and Iiisuraiice ^gent, 

O r" r' I O EJ: 

West Side Clinton between Columbia and )Iain Streets, 

FORT WAY^K, I.\I>. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY 



lE'O^EL 1063-9. 





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ABBOTT & SHOAPF, (Wm. T. A. & Wade 0. S.) Wholesale 
and Retail Dealers in Foreigu 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 

Achenbacli Wm. teacher, at Concordia College 

Adams Abel W. clerk Vigdor Jacobson's, bds 5i 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 s 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 

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

^tna Sewing Machine, 7-1: Calhoun ; P. Kostel, Agent 

Agster Anna M. boarding house, 156 Harrison 

Agster Henry, machinist, h 156 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 AVm. 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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FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



AMERICAN BUSINESS INSTITUTE, 

Corner of Court and Main Streets, 

^ S^liovouglt §u,$iuc.o.5^ €ilucatiou 6uavantc?cl 
ALL CIEOULAIiS SENT FREE OF POSTAGE. 

For P^articLilars, ^Vcldress 

H. H. LI PES. President. 



F. II. ANDERSON. 



O. J. KOVER. 



|l0iisc fainlcrs aiiij faptr Jangers. 

Signs, Store Shades, Banners, Cards, 

Fresco, Scenery, 

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

PaiMted to suit Customers. 

m- KALSOMINING PEOMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 
Office and Shop, 91 Columbia Street, Second Floor, 



A. SUTEILMElSTEi:. 



C. BECKER. 



SUTERfVIEiSTER k BECKER'S 

(Formerly .1. HUMPHREY & CO.) 

mm wmii, » i mmm Mm, 



DEALERS IX 



/M':-§^ ^ Marble, Slate & iron Man- 

Mi00'-^i^iMl i tels and Grates 

Corner Main and Fulton Streets, 
(Xear the Uockhill House,) 

FORT WAYNE, - INDIANA. 




M'Mininiiit;\l .•iii.l riiiilHiiiK Work <•( Evoiv nosrrij>tion, in Kvory Stylf, i\t ReasonnWo Uatc 
Aucnts fur (^ilnzol Sower Pipo, Utioa nml Louisville Comont. 



FOET WAYNE [AND] DIRECTORY. 37 



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

Alexander W. G. auctioneer, h 160 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^ 2G E. Main 

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

Alriu<2;er Isidor, book-keeper 18 W. Berry, h 75 Lafayette 

Alshoiise W. H. engineer, P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Co 

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

Altenburgh B. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Shops 

Alter Jacob, painter, h 32 Wilt 

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

Altevogt Herman, laborer, h 143 B. Lewis 

Altshouse Wm. H. engineer, h s s Holmau b Clay and Monroe 

Aman Chas. conductor, h 2G5 E. Washington 

Amauu Daniel, lumber, u s Pearl b Ewiug and Cass, h s s Washington 
west of Rockhill 

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

AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY, w s Harrison opposite 
Columbia ; C. L. Smith, Agent 

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

AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF PHILA- 
DELPHIA, Office, w s Calhoun, 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 

xVnderson Aquilla, boiler maker, h 75 E. Jefierson 

Anderson B. C. clerk 87 Columbia, h s w c 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 Bluffton 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. P. H., Dress and Cloak Maker, 94 Colum- 
bia, up stairs ; h 92 E. Jetfersou 

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, Mclodeons, 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., w s j 
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 



38 



FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



C. OM^^I^^ & CO., 

DEALERS IN 

WLi iD ii! if GiDS, 

Wholesale Dealers in 

MILLINERY, STRAW GOODS, &G. 



SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO 

DRESS AND CLOAK MAKING. 
IsTo. 103 Columbia Street3 

FORT WAY:srE, IJ^D. 



J. A. SHOAFF'S 

J^Tt Grallery, 

KEY STOllE BLOCK, 

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

B3P~ Pictures of every descri})tioii colored in Water, 

Pastell, Ink or Oil. Porcelaine of nil sizes, 

colored or plain. 



FORT WAYNE [AYR] DIREC TORY. 39 

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

and Clinton 
Anofell 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, brakeman, 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 Blutfton Plank Road 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 
Aveline 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 manuf., h 144 E. Berry 
Avers John, bricklayer, h e s Hauna south of Grant 
Avron P. laborer, wks P.j 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 



40 



FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



HN M. MiLLER, 

FINEFURNITIIRE 



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

Kos. 50 & 52 E. Main Street, 

FORT WAYKE, INDIANA, 




MAYER HOUSE, 

S. E. Corner Calhoun and Wayne Sts., 

FORT WAYNE, j^ INBIAHA. 

J. ¥/. BOLL, - Proprietor. 



r^^ D 



JOHN Ct. FLEDDEBMAN & CO., 

iSllAIf fiiLOBS 

CLOTHIERS 



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 ; bds 120 Clinton 

B 

Baals Geo. carpenter, li 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, Bloomingdalo 

Badtj Frederick, shoe maker, res Bloomingdale 

Bade Henry, laborer, res Bloomingdale 

Bade Henry, watchman, h 195 Ewing 

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

Badcr Frederick, tanner, h north of Douglas and west of Lima Plank 
Road, Bloomingdale 

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

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

Bahde A. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. k 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, cirpenter, 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. <fc Go's, h 55 W. Water 

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

Bi.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, ( v urray & B.) and superintendent Wabash & 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 ; Manufactu- 
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 & Hanaa's 

Baker Peter, laborer, h 187 E. Washington 

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

Baldwin Miss H. hair dresser, h 80 Columbia 

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



42 



FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



FORT WAYNE MACHINE WOUKS. 

Bass & Haiiiia, 



3JAMFACTIRERS OF 




NGINES 



From 3 to lOO Horse Powder 



ILE 




Flued or Tubular, all Sizes. 

Saw aiHl ^rtst Mil! laeliinery of Every Description, 

A X D 

MILL FURNISHING GOODS GENERALLY. 

SOLE MANUFACTURERS OF 

TICKLER'S PATENT CANE BRUSH SMUT MACHINES, 



fi WHEELS, OHILLED TIBES, 

LOCOMOTIVE CYLINDERS, 



AND ALL KINDS OF 



Miiiifi k m mimumM wiiuEms, miiks 



«4:^ «? - ^ «C «r 



Engines, BciJers and General Machinery 

3r* r o in p 1 1 y Irl c ^3 a i r e d. 

8@=° Coiiipcteut Millwrights always on hand to furni^-h drafts and 
^pccificaticns, and superintend putting up our mills. 



FORT WAYNE [BAS] DIRECTORY. 43 



Ballmann Frank J. drayman, h n s Nirdlinger west of Blujffton Plank 

Eoad 
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 R. 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 Amos, conductor, h s s Baker b Harrison and NV^ebster 
Bare Geo. brakemau, h n e c BrandrifF and Hoagland 
Bare J. W. fireman, h w s Francis b Lewis and Montgomery 
Bargus ]Martin, carpenter, h 154 E. Jelferson 
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, 44 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 P'rederick 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 Holmau and Hough 
Barron John, h 123 Lafayette 
Barron Joseph, laborer, h 1G5 E. Le^is 
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 
Basch Jacob, baker, bds Henry Immel's 
Basey Fred, laborer, h 275 VV. Jefferson 
Bash & Eakin, (Solomon B. & Joseph S E.) furs, wool, &e., 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 

Engines, Boilers, Mill Gearing, Car Wheels, Iron and Brass Cast- 
• ings, etc., Hanna south of Railroad Crossing 
Bass John H. (B. ct 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, 




:\IANUFACTURERS OF 



ENGINES, 



Boilers, Grist, Linseed Oil and Saw Mills. 

Iron and Brass Castings. 

"Works : A.t the Rail^way Depots, 
I FORT WAYNE, IND. 



KERK MURRAY, 
IIKNRY HAKER, 



FORT WAYNE [BE A] DIRECTORY^ 45 



BASS & SMITH, (John H. B. it James S. S.) Dealers in Anthracite 
and Bituminous Coul, Coke and Pig Iron, Office, at Bass & Hanna's 
Basset R. H. roofer, bds Hedekiu House 
BASTUES MICHAEL, Dealer in Family Groceries, Provisions, 

&c., also Saloon, n w c Main and Barr 
Batcman P. H. brakemau, bds Mrs Elizabeth Iba's 
Bales 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 
Battenberg 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 Suternieister & Beckers' 
Bauers K. J. barber, bds F. C. Meyer's 
Baughman Jeremiah, foreman, h n of Douglas and w of Lima Plank 

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

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

Railway 
Baumer Michael, miller, wks Empire Flouring Mills 
Baumer Michael, machinist, wks Louis Rastetter's 
Baus Jjorenzo, porter, 18 W. Berry 
Baxter Eliza M. widow, h 190 W. Main 
Baxter John, h ^ e c Baker and 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 Jefferson b Kelson and 

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

United States Pension Agent, Office, 28 E. Wayne ; h s w c Wayne 

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

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

Co., bds Henry McKiunie's 
Bean Edward L. clerk, Railroad Eating 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 and Candy Manuf .cturer, 23 

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



46 



FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



THOMAS STEVENS, 

RIAGE 




Maniafactiarer. 

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



aiugrgies and Carriages Repaired, Trimmed and Painted. 



FORT WAYNE BKASS WORKS. 

MAXUFACTUREK OT ALL KINDS OF 

BRASS COCKS, VALVES, &c., 

l^oi* Gas, Steam tiiicl Wtitei*. 

DEALERS IN WROUGHT IRON PIPE, 

STEA5I AKD GAS FITTIXfiS FOR SA3IE, 

Sheet Lead, Lead Pipe, Rubber Hose, Pumps, Hydraulic Uaras. Bath 
Tubs, Copper Boilers, and Plumbitiij Material of everj description. 



FOiT W kYME DY E WOIilCS> 
FANCY DYER AND SCOURER, 

Office, Islo. 55 'West A\^ater Street, 

J86r- Dyes all kinds of Silk and Woolen Goods any color ; also cleans 
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Wearing Apparel, Shawls of every description, 
Curtains, Carpets, ^u., itc, 

At the Shortest Notice and at Reasonable Rates. 



FORT WAYNE [BEN] DIRECTORY. 47 



Beare John, engineer, h n w c Bass and Hoagland 

Beare Joseph, brakenian, h n w c Bass and Hoagland 

Beatty D. patent rights, h 47 W. Water 

Beatty Ellen, waiter, Harmon House 

Beatty Thcodosia, h n s Lewis b Francis and Harmer 

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

Mill, Dealer in Lumber, Lath, Shingles, etc., n w c Clinton and 

Tater : Residence, on Ft. Wayne and Little River (ilravcl Road 1^ 

miles south of the City 
Beaver D. S. flour and feed, G4^ Calhoun, res Gleuwood Mills 
Beberferden August, laborer, bds Henry Grennamanu's 
Bechman John, carpenter, h 199 E. Jefferson 
Bechtold Lewis, groceries, 74 Barr 
Beck Austin, painter, h 124 Harrison 
Beck B. helper, h 280 E. Jefferson 
BECK F. J. & STOTZ, (Francis J. B. & Ulrich S ) Proprietors 

Bloomiugdale Brewery, west of Lima Plank Road, Bloomingdale 
Beek Francis' J. (F. J. B. & Stotz) h w s Lima Plank Road near Canal 

Feeder,- Bloomingdale 
Beck Frisbce 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 
ikckcr Charles, carpei.ter, h 16G W. Washington 
Becker Christian, (Sutermeister & B.) h 220 W. Berry 
Becker Eliza, clerk Grover & Baker Sewing 3Iachlne Co., 21 Clinton 
Becker Franz, h 99 Montgomery 
Becker Frederick, blacksmith, 11 E. Washington 
Becker George, h e s Calhoun b Washington and Jefferson 
Becker Henry, laborer, h n s Lavina b Fairfield Av. and Broadway 
Becker Jacob, h 177 W. Wayne 
Becker Lizzie, seamstress, bds 11 E. AVashiugton 
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 Hanua south of Grant 
Bell Geo. tailor, bds w s Barr b Wayne and Washington 
Bell Jacob, tailor, bds Mrs Mary Treep's 
Bellamy A'. F. painter, h 182 W. Main 
Bellermann Henry, laborer, h 208 W. Jefferson 
J^elloni George, frescoe painter, bds 50 Columbia 
Bellow J. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Shops 
Beman Elizabeth, widow, h n w c Clinton and Main 
Bender Adam, laborer, h n w c lieniy and Hoagland 



48 FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



JOHN H. CLARK. JOHN KHINESMITH. 

CLAEK Ss RHINESMITH, 



9 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALEKS IN 



LUMBER, DRESSED & UNDRESSED. 

Flooring and Siding of all kinds, 

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

lumber Yard and Office on Railroad, Soiith-East of the Depot, 

CHARLES MESMK 



GENEEAL BLACKSMITH SHOP, 



AND MANUFACTURKK OF 



STEEL PLOWS, HARROWS, &C., 

Water Street, between Clinton and Calhoun Streets, 

FORT WAYNE, IND. 



JOSEPH L. POTTER, 

conmcioR, ciRP[iiT[ii m builder. 

Particular attention paid to 

Shop, Norlh-Easl Corner Main and GrifTilh Sis., 



i^^onT w^v^'iNi::, iim:>. 



N. p. STOCnKBRIDaE, 

BOOKSELLER & STATIONER, 

DKALKK IN 

Music and Musical Instruments, 

PAIMKDSHADKS. WALL AM) WINDOW rATKKS, (I KTAIV KOLIKKS. Ac, 



FORT WAYNE [BID] DIRECTORY. 49 



Bender Frederick, carpenter, h w s liima Plank Road n of Douglas, 
Bloomingdale 

Bender Henry, wagon maker, h u e c Ewing and Washington 

Beneke Frederick, carpenter, h e s Bluffton Plank Road b Lavina and 
Railroad 

Benham P. M. h 77 E. Berry 

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

Bonner Conrad, painter, h 22 Montgomery 

Bennett Abram, boiler maker, h 24 W. Jefferson 

Bennigin Henry, machinist, wks Murray & Baker's 

Bennigin Hugb, molder, h 203 E. Lewis 

Bennigin Huiih, Jr. molder, h 70 Madi.-on 

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

Bensman Wm boiler maker, wks Bass & ilanna's 

Benton A. h 1 15 Francis 

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

Benz Philip, helper, h 17G 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 

Berlemann 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 CONRAD, 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 

Betsch 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 

Bench J. store keeper, P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Shops 

Beuret John, laborer, h e s Hanna opp Lasselle 

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

Beuret Mary, widow, h 176 E. Berry 

Beusmann Rudolph, laborer, h 74 Madison 

Beusmann Wm. 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 Shop.s 

Biddle Thos. M. (B. & Braudriff) bds Hamilton House 



50 



FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



BIDDLE & BRANDRIFF, 

ASH DBUKGISTS, 

Cor. of Columbia and Calhoun Streets, 

FORT WAYNE. IND. 

Denlers in Medicinal Propanitions of t!ie greiitest purity. All Pre]iar:itions being made 

with care, .niid of full strc-n-th, as direeled by the United States Pharmacopceia. 

Every thing in the Drag line, of the ije^t quality, kept constantly on hand. 



Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, 



AXD ALL KINDS OF 



5[ic-.5»tuffe, §n\ti\\ fiood.o; a^viv^.o'cc^, 
Supporters, Shoulder Braces, Bandages, &c. 

AGENTS FOR ALL THE POPULAR FAMILY MEDICINES. 

MAXUFACTUREUS OF 

ROYA.L B^VKITn^G I^CAVDER, 

^t .">0 Cents* Fci- I?oiiii<l. 

.ill Drugs and Medicines sold at Iheir true value, and no fanc} prices 
charged lor lilling I're.scriplions, or anything else. 

I'lirc Wiues and Liqaors for medicinal purposes. Spices and Cream 

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

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

genuine, giving entire satisfaction, or the money 

will be refunded in every instance. 



O. 33. S3ETJ^1.ID, 



JIANLFACrLUICU UF 



8iisli. Doiirs. P)liii(ls. Moiildiiiir. Store Froiits.&e. 

CUSTOM WORK PROMPTLY EXECUTED. 

North Side of tlio Caual, West of the Gas Works, 

FORT WAYNE, INDIANA. 



FORT WAYNE [BLE] DIRECTORY. 



BIDDLE & BRANDRIFF, (Thos. M. B. & Alfred D. B.) 
Wholesale Druggists and Dealers iu Paiuts, Oils, Varnishes, Dye 
Stuffs, Trusses, Supporters, Dental (roods, &,c., 109, 111 and 113 
Columbia, corner Calhoun 

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

Bieber Milton, (^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 

Biggs Laura, cook, American House 

Billings Thos. E. printer, bds American House 

Billman llebecca, servant, 108 W. Main 

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

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

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

BIRCH REV. WM. S., Pastor Berry Street M. E. Church ; h 2(J 
\V. 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 Brackenridge & 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. llailway 

Bischof \Vn:. cigar maker, h w s Caliioun b Washington and Jefferson 

Bissel M. bds 32 E. Main 

Bitner A. brass finisher, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Pi-ailway Machine Shop 

Bituer Andrew J. harness maker, h 98 E. Jefferson 

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

Bitiinger A. H. justice of the peace, and (Dawson & B.) office, n w c 
Main and Calhoun, h l-l-l Bockhill 

Bittsberger Emanuel F. h n e c Chicago and Harrison 

Bitzinger 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 Goods, Hosiery, &e., 91 Columbia; h 54 W. Wayne 

Hlackburn Robert, clerk, Main St. Exchange 

Blaer Christian, baker, bds. Henry Immel's 

Blaisdell Chas. A. machinist, 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, xlmerican House 

Blakely Wm. brakeman, bds Mayer Hou.-e 

Blakesley Edward, brakeman, bds Henuin Sauppe's 

Blakesley Lyman, brakeman. bds Herman Sauppe's 

Blanchard E, helper, wks P., Ft. W. & 0. liailway Car Shop 

Blanker Henry, laborer, wks xMrs. Saml. Hauna's 

Blankner C. h 13G W. Wayne 

Blase Louis, bakery, 138 Columbia 

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

Blemker Bendina, servant, Rockhill House 

Bley Theodore, switchman, h 123 E. Lewis 



52 



FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



8RAK0EIFF & ROBERTS, 

Wholesale uiid llelail Dealers in the lai-ioiis kinds of 




STOVES. 

l\I;iiuif:irtnrers and Dealers in 
AN D 

Siiett Iron Ware. 



IRON, NAILS AND GLASS, 

ENGLISH km MiniKX^ HARDWARE, 

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. 

ISTos. 58 and 60 Coluixibia Street, 

FOKT WAYNE, INI>IA:srA. 



A. P. KYLE & CO., 



Pump Miiiuifticliu'ci'S & Repairers, 

No. 164 Broadway, near P., Ft. W.&C. Railway, 
FOKT WAYNE, IJf». 

WELL AND CISTERN PUMPS, 

The Cheapest and Best in nse. 

Repairing? Rone on Reasonable Terms. 
fi^PUlMFS MA^DE ^1 O ORDER. 




FORT WAYNE [BON] DIRECTORY, 



Blodget Rosa, chambermaid, Mayer House 

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

Bloudoit Felix, h 208 E. Wayne 

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

b Holmau and Kailroad ; bds Summit City Hotel 
Bloom Nicholas, stone mason, h 145 E. Jefferson 
Bloorahuff Frank M. res Saml. H. Bloomhuff's 
BLOOMHUFP S. H., Attorney at Law, Notary Public and Land 

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

Bloomingdale ; Beck & Stotz, Proprietors 
BLOOMINGDALE FLOUR MILLS, e s Lima Plank Road at 

Canal Feeder, Bloomingdale ; J. C. Pfeiffer & Co., Proprietors 
Blum Louisa, widow, h s s Sturgis w of Fulton 
Bly Theodore, yard conductor, P., Ft. W. & C. Railway 
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 
Boeksberger 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 
Bohling 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 F. F. & BRO., (Ferdinand F. & Frjd. C.) Dealers in 

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

Jackson 
Boltz Fred. C. (F. F. Boltz & Bro.) bds 9 E. 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 



FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



AGENCY. 



FORT WAYNE, IND 




1 



Iks for sale a larse amount of Valuable 



Business Property, 

Unimproved Lots, 

And Dwellings, 

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

IMPROVED FARMS AND LANDS, 

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



Bf^ The Iai\i:c amount of Property i'or Sale liy liiiii. liis long expe- 
rience as a Heal Estate Agent, aud his thorough atquaintaucc witli 
the character and value of Lands, should command the attention of 
all who wish to Buy or Sell. 

Office, No. 50 Calhoun Street, 
FORT WAYNE, INDIANA. 



_ _ FORT WAYNE [BOW] D IRECTORY. 55 

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

Bonfield Mary, 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 Eiver, Bloomino-dale 

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

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

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

Bornemann Chas. grocery. 114 Harrison 

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

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

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

Boseker Henry, clerk 87 Columbia, h 188 E. Jefferson 

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., JSotary 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. & Son) h 158 E. Wayne 

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

Bostick E. & Son, (Emanuel & John W.) merchant tailors, 100 Columbia 

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

Both Lernhard, clerk 101 Columbia, h 100 E. Jefferson 

Both Theodore, (Tresselt & B.) h 100 E. Jefferson 

Bott Frank, laborer, h n s Walnut b Fairfield A v. 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 165 E. Wayne 

Bounds James, foreman, h 188 E. Jefferson 

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 Wavne 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 Washington 

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

Bowers Margaret, h' s s Melita b Harrison and Webster 

Bowers Maria, h 262 W. Washington 

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



56 



FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



iETl INSURMCE CO., 

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 Eflacient 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 IJisks, &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, 
\o. 50 Calliouii StiTot, FORT WAYNE, IND. 

IIEMIY 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 & 
Daniel 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 6-t E. Berry 

BOWSER JEFFERSON C, Attorney at Law and Notary Pub- 
lic ; Office, sec Court and Main, up stairs ; bds G-4 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 Nelson 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 
Brarkenridge Hannah, widow, res Joseph Brackenridge's 
Brackenridge Joseph, attorney, sec Main and Court, h w s Calhoun b 

Douglas Av. and Brackenridge 
Bi'ackenridge 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 K. book-keeper 5S 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 Harrison 

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

Braeuchle Henry, clerk E. Weisser & Co'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 nee Calhoun and Lewis 
Braudriff 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. 



XX O IKE 

INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Office, i\'os. 112 am! 114 Broadway, Xew 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. M. LYON, Assistant Secretary. 



Policies Issued and L>osses Promptly Adjusted by 

JOHN HOUGH, Agent, 

No. 50 Calhoun St., FORT WAYNE, IND. 
HE\RT TONS, Solicitor. D. C. FISHER, Assistant. 



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

Composed of the following Old and Responsible Companies: 
THE GERMANIA FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 
THE HANOVER FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 
THE NIAGARA FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 
THE REPUBLIC FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 



CASH CAPITAL AND ASSETS, - ■ $2,987,166 58 



rollclcs Issued and Losses Promptly Adjusted by 

JOHN HOUGH, . - Agent, 

ISTo. 50 Calhoun Street^ 

HENRY TONS, Solicitor. D. C. 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, li n e c Monroe and Lewis 

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

Brannan R. A. machinist, bds 91 E. Washington 

Branning Conrad, shoe maker, h 49 W. Jeflfersou 

Brase Frederick, teamster, h 75 W. Jefferson 

Brauchle Henry, clerk, h 49 W. Wayne 

Brauer Conrad, clerk James H. Robinson's, h 15G Ewing 

Braun Geo. h 175 W. Jefferson 

Brauntmyer Frederick, molder, h 174 Ewing 

Bredemeier Ernst, blacksmith, h 142 Madison 

Bredemeier Wm. tailor, h e s Marion b High and Bowser, Bloomingdale 

BREEN JAMES, Dealer in Grroceries, Liquors and Provisions, n 

w c Calhoun and Lewis ; h n s Lewis b Calhoun and Harrison 
Breen Michael, laborer, h s s Bass b Hoagland and Prince 
Breidenstein Mathias, carpenter, h 7G 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 Ulrick, clerk F. Kanue & Co'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 F]liza, 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 Jeff"erson 

Briioit Wm. H. street commissioner, h u e c Griffith and Jeff'erson 
Brice VV. A. office, sec Court and Main, Burgess Block 
Brick Adam, h e s Lima Plank Ftoad near Canal Feeder, Bloomingdale 
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 8G Montgomery 

Brink Catherine, widow, h w s Calhoun b Lewis and Douglas Av 
Brinkkroeger Wm. shoe makor., h s s High west of Lima Plauk Road 

Bloomingdale 
Brinkman Christina, widow, h s e c Washington and Nelson 
Briscoe T. S. attorney, bds 91 E. Washington 
Britcher Edward, carpenter, h s s Water b Cass and Ewing 
Brittiugham John S. turner, wks J. S. Pierce's 
Brittiugham Philo, laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Brittiugham Wm. physician, h 221 W. Washington 
Broadway 0. E. brass finisher, wks P , Ft. W. & C. Railway Foundry 
Brobst 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 & Co's 
Brockerman Jacob R. plasterer, h n e c Summit and Division 



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ITML Lit i lilBiM ill 

IS^os. 144r and 146 Broadw^ay, 



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. WINSTOX, President. R, A. McCURDT, Vice President. 
SHEPARD HOMAXS, Actuary. JOHN M. STUART, Secretary. 

JOHN HOUGH, Agent 

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



HENRY TONS, Solicitor. 



D. C. FISUEIl, AiiSistant. 



If^TERniATIONAL 

riR[ mmm mmi of m mi 



Offic-e, 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. 

J8^" Policies i:^;ued and Losses promptly adjusted by 

JOHN HOUGH, Agent, 

No. 50 Calhoun Streel, FORT WAYNE, INDIANA. 

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



FORT WAYNE [BRU] DIRECTORY. 6] 

Brokem 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 P., Ft. W. & C. Eailway 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. Jefferson 
Brooks Granville M. barber, bds 76 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 Pritehard 
BROOKS WM. H., SR., Physician and Surgeon, Office, n w c 

Berry and Calboun; h 108 W. Main 
Broom Eli, wagon maker, h s s Main b Harrison and Maiden Lane 
Broom J. M. wagon 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, li s s Lewis b Calhoun and Harrison 
Brown James, engineer, h 131 Madison 
Brown James, laborer, h 214 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, sec 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 
Briicker Michael, cooper, h 38 Nelson 
Brudi Gottlob, groceries, n w c Broadway and Washington 



I 

62 FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



R. MORGAN FRENCH. W. W. HANXA. O. W. JEFFERDS. 

FRENCH, HANNA & CO., 

mil! m\ lOflLEi HILLS, 



FOET WAYNE, - INDIANA. 

Mamifacturers of and Wliolesale and Helail Dealers in 



Cloths, Satinets, Jeans, Tweeds 

FLANNELS, BLANKETS, WOOLEN YARN, &C. 

■ ■ A L 8 U ■ 



igJ3@- We call SPECIAL attention to our fine ALL WOOL BLAN- 
KETS and YARNS, particularly adapted to the CITY TRADE. 



HUESTIS & HAMIiTOM, 

WHOLESALE GROCERS, 

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



F. J. BECK $c STOTZ, 

r»I10I?RIET0IiS 

BLOOMINGDALE BREWERY, 

FORT WAYNE, - - - INDIANA. 



FOKT WAYNE [BUL] DIRECTORY. 63 



Bruebach Gr, T. physician, s w c Calhoun and Berry, h 206 W. Wash- 
ington 
Brundmeyer Christina, cook, Rockhill House 
Bruner Martin, laborer, h n s Lasselle b Lafayette and Cass, Lasselle's 

Additon 
Bruuitt Anton, vnrnisher, 4-4 W. Main, h Bloomingdale 
Brung W. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Car Shop 
Bruniier John, (Schmidt & B.) h s s Lavina b Fairfield Av. and Broadway 
BruDS C. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Shops 
Bruns Christian, carpenter, h w s Harrison b Dawson and Williams 
Bruns Christian, laborer, h 224 B. Jefferson 
Brunz Wm. carpenter, 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 
Bruyh Joseph, bds 80 E. Main 

Bryan P. P. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Puiilway Shops 
Bryan Richard, laborer, wks Bass & Hanua's 

Bryant Geo. laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Bryant James, porter, 43 Columbia 

Bryant Joseph, laborer, h e s Harrison b Highland and Dawson 
Bryant Mass^e, widow, h 39 Monroe 

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

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

Bryant 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 

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

Buchhart Adam, 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'nieyor Ernst, carpenter, h w s McClellan b Lewis and Douglas Av 

Bueche Fred, clerk City 31 ills, res Bloomingdale 

Buechner Cusper, h s w e Berry and Harmer 

Buccker Fred, laborer, bds 194 E. Washington 

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

l^ucsehe Geo. res Bloomingdale 

Bufing Geo. laborer, h s s High w of Lima Plank Road, Bloomingdale 

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 

Bulir Nicholas, painter, h 131 E. Washington 

Buhi-kul Henry, wagon maker, bds 89 E. Jefferson 

Bulger James, h e s Clinton b Main and Berry 

BULL JOHN W., Proprietor Mayer House, s e c Calhoun and 
Wayne 

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

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

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

BuUerman Henry, laborer, h 270 W. Jefferson 

Bullerman Wm. watchman, bds 81 AV. Washington 

Bulman Christ, h 195 Ewing 

Bulsen John, cabinet maker, bds sec Calhoun and Washington 



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eB[[sm[,Ci[[[[i!iU!is«fiii[ig[ii. 

O I^ IF" I O E3: 

No. 44, "\Vest Side Oallio-aii St., 

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

FORT WAYIME, - - iS^DlAi^A. 



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



STANLEY, BIEBER & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

CIREIIIIES, eil^dlE^, 




A N I) 



SLEIGHS, 

118 West Main Street, 

FORT WAY^E, Ull 



Repairing P*rorrLptly attended to. °^^ 



R. A. lii;<;et. 



A. D. EEID & CO., 



Manufacturers of 



^Ud |)loii)s, Jarrolus anb Cultifaitors, 

Soiilli-Wcsl Corner of Miiin SIreet and Maiden lane, 
FORT WAYNE, IND. 



FORT WAYNE [BUU] DIRECTORY. 65 



Bur Nicholas, painter, bds sec Calhoun and Washington 

Burchfield Joseph, deputy sheriff, h 239 W. Wayne 

Burg- Nicholas, painter, h 10 E. Washington 

Burger 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 

Burhana Edward, meat shop, w s Calhouu 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 14 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 E. Washinscton 

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

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 234 W.Berry 

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

Burt Alice, widow, h 205 E. Wayne 

Burt Chas. molder, h 205 E. Wayne 

Burt Charles, brick maker, h 252 E. Jefferson 

Burt John, supervisor, h 205 B. Wayne 

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

Busc-h Fredericka, widow, h e s West b Pritehard 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 

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

Busse Wm. boiler maker, h 1G8 Ewing 

Busse Wm. carpenter, h 77 Madison 

Busse Wm. laborer, h n s Butler b flirrison and Webster 

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

Buster Gerhard, carpenter, bds 250 W. Wayne 

Buster Henry, stone mason, h 198 W. Jefferson 

Butler John, (Wm. Struve & Co ) h u s W. & K Canal b Cass and Ewing 

Butt Wm. carder, wks Summit City Woolen Mills 

Buttenbender H. laborer, wks P., Ft. V\''. & C. Railway Shops 

Buttenbender Henry, laborer, h 179 W. Washington 

Butte Herman, laborer, wks Trier & Tagmeyer's 
i Buuck Conrad, shoe maker, h n w c Broadway and Wall 



6Q 



FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



THE ONLY RE GULAR CARPET STORE I N FORT WAYNE. 

McBOIJGAL «fe CO., 

Iiiipoi*tevs ami Dealei's in 

Carpets, Oil Clotlis, Mats, Matting, Ruo's, 

No. 85 Columbia Street, - FORT WAYNE, IND. 
tA€E CURTAINS A SPECIALTY. 



F. W. WALTHER & CO., 

PIANO :\IAKERS AND EEPAIREES, 

Ik DE.VLERS IN 

. Pianos, Oroans, 




5 Musical Instruments, 

Instruction Books, Sheet Music, Guitar and Violin Strings, JLc. 

West Side Calhoun St., bet. Wasliington & Jefferson, 

FORT WAY3fE, I3ri>IAXA. 



AiuerieiUi Life liisiiniiice Co. of Piiihuldpliiii, 

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

ASSETS, JULY 1, 1868,0VF R ■ $2,000,000 

.\11 I'nlici.s ii<)ii-f..rffiliiig, mill n.nowMl.lo at ixny tiinp, |.iovMio(l tho |virty is in .;"<il li.alth. 

Fitly jHT cent, is tli<> (livi<loiiil now paid, nnd this iimount 1ms boon (iochired siniin- 

:illy (111 .'ill inntii.il policios for many ye:ir3 past. The tables of the .\inericaii 

eiiibnico nil the i)l:iiis iin.l ailvMiitau'cs of other coinpiuiie.s, besides 

s"nir I iilmr t<< its.. If. 

J. FRANK CONDON, 

Iliimilton Hall Building!;, rallioiin Street, - FORT WAYNE, IND. 



FORT WAYNE [CAR] DIRECTORY. 67 



Buzzee \Vm. engineer, bds Union House 

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

Byling J. laborer, wks vSummit City Woolen Mills 

C 

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

Catfrey Thomas, boiler maker, bds Catharine Uibf )rd's 

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

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

Ctdlemot Nicholas, carpenter, h 65 E. Wayne 

Cailison Absalom, patent right agent, h 89 W. Washington 

Camp Warreu 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 sheriff, h 174 E. Berry 

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

Campbell John, bds Mayer House 

Campbell John Gr. 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 
Cauuady Gust, plasterer, h w s Smith nr South Corp. Line 
Gannett xM. helper, wks P., Ft W. & C. Railway Blacksmith Shop 
Canney John, stone mason, h 138 Vj. Washington 
Cannon John H. machinist, h e s Gardner, south of Jefferson 
Cannon \\ m. S. brakeman, bus 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, Land 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 E. Berry 
Carman Ella, h 136 Columbia 

Carman Richard, machinist, h w s Monroe b Madison and Lewis 
Carmer 0. P. carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Co's 
Carney Louisa, widow, res Emanuel F. Bittsberger's 
Carpenter D. S. carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Co'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, h e s Force b Grant and Horace 
Carroll Patrick, laborer, h 88 W. Water 



68 FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ki jmc o c m a X , 

Daily and Weekly. 
E. ZIMMERMANN k CO, - Proprietors, 

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



The DEMOCRAT has a large and increasing circu- 
lation, and it is one of the best advertising mediums 
in the City. Our rates are as reasonable as those of 
any paper in the country, of its circulation. 



JOB FRINTING^. 

JS^^We have the most extensive JOB PllINTIXa OFFICE to be 
found in Indiana, and defy competition from any quarter. 

Letter Heads, Circulars, 
Bill Heads, Wedding Cards, 
Business Cards, Plain Posters, 
Colored Posters, Show Bills, Programmes, 

Or any kind of Fancy anJ Ornamental Printinj^ ever executed. 

ALL ORDEBS 'PROMPTLY FILLED. 

Wc hiive the most c();ii|)lcte Poster Offlcc In the Stat*^, and pride 
ourselves In doin;; tlie lliiest work.; 

.A- d dx- o s s , 

E. ZIMMERMANN & CO. 



FORT WAYNE [CHI] DmECTORY. 69 



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

Carson 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, h 21 W. Berry 

Carter Julia, servant. Main Street Exchange 

Carter Linus, brakeman, bds nee Chicago and Harrison 

Carter Sophia, servant. Main Street Exchange 

CARTEE WM., Manufacturer of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware, 
and Dealer in Hot Air Furnaces, 134 Columbia 

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

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

Carto A. laborer, wks N. Gr. 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 s s 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. \V. & C. Railway b Fairfield Av. 
and Webster 

Cassidy Patrick, laborer, h 45 E. Washington 

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

Cc.stle James, farmer, h e s Lafiyette b Virginia and Wallace 

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

CHALLSNGER 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., AV. & 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 E A. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Machine Shop 
Chapman B. W. engineer, h s w e 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. Eailway Machine Shop 
Cheppall John, machinist, li 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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f iiiltiitui ^iMi$ Seitttttg, 

A Tri-Week!y and Weekly German Paper. 
®hc onltj (Scvman ^i\\m hx |lovtItcvu ^luliana. 




J. SARMGHAUSEX, 



Proprietor and Piiblislur. 



Gic :e as mM. m s 



Tri- Weekly, $4 00 Per Annum, In Advance. 
Weekly, $2 50 



ENGLISH ANB GERMAN 

Promplly and Neally executed at the Lowest Rates. 



N. E.cor. of Columbia & Clinton Sts., 
PORT WAYNE, IND. 



FORT WAYNE [CLA] DIRECTORY. 71 

Chiverun E. helper, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Eailway Machine Shop 
Chorpening Henry, roofer, h e s Calhoun b Water and Duck 
Chovey 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 AV. 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. AV. & C. Rail- 
way 

Christy Daniel, laborer, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Co's 

Church Sylvanus, h w s Broadway b Pritchard and P., Ft. W. & C. 
Pailway 

Cimmerly John W. painter, h n s Dawson b Webster and Hoagland 

CITY CIVIL ENGINEER'S OFFICE, 9 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, n w c Calhoun and Berry 

City Treasurer's Office, 9, w s Clinton b Main and Columbia, Christian 
Picpenbrink, Treasurer 

Clare James, laborer, wks P., Ft. W. A' C. Eailway Freight Depot 

Clark Edmond, brakeman, bds John Clark's 

Clark Henry, servant, 80 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 Brandriff b Webster and Hoagland 

Clark James H. general news agent, bds 2-10 W. Washington 

Clark John, carpenter, h w s Barr b Beri-y and Wayne 

Clark John, conductor, h s s Grand b Webster and Kansas 

Clark John, hackman, h s s Berry b Barr and Lafayette 

Clark John H'. (C. & Phinesniith) h 105 W. Wayne 

Clark John H. (C. & Komaine) h s s Williams b Webster and Hoagland 

Clark Joseph, (C & Trentman) 

Clark Joseph, groceries, w s Calhoun opp. Court House, h 24 W. Wayne 

CLARK JOSEPH M., Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Gents' Fur- 
nishing Goods, 4 Aveline House Block ; bds Rockhill House 

Clark Lucia F. teacher High School, bds Rockhill House 

Clark Oran M. (C, Stoner & Case) bds American House 

CLARK & RHINESMITH, (John H. C. & JohnR.) 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.J Importers and 

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



FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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FORT WAYNE GAZETTE COMPANY, 



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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 Mesing's 

Clement Wm. bds Henry Pailthorp's 

Cloughf Rebecca, widow, h n s Wilt west of Garden 

Coburn Henry A. laborer, bds Wm. L. Shaffer's 

COCHRAN, HUMPHREY & CO., (John C, Geo. H. & Wm. 
McFee) Contractors, Carpenters and Builders, Manufactui-ers 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 and Edsall 

Cody John H. bds n w c Barr and Water 

Cody Morris, miller and ice dealer, h n w c 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 & Co's 

Coleman Mary M. h 62 Columbia 

COLERICK D. H. & W. G., (David H. & Walpole G.) Attorneys 
at Law, Office 54 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 Colerick's Hall, n s Columbia b 
Clinton and Barr; res junction Bluffton Plank Road and T. W. &, W. 
Railway 

Colerick Henry E. 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. Beiry 

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 

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

Collins Chas. boiler maker, h e s Barr b Lewis and Montgomery 

Collins Chas. file cutter, h 186 W. Main 

Collins D. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Blacksmith Shop 

Collins J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Machine Shop 

Collins James, laborer, bds Thos. Lynch's 

Collins John, laborer, h s s Charles b Lafayette and Clay 

Collins Lizzie, waiter, Aveline House 

Collins Mary, waiter, Aveline House 

Colson Edward, saw repairer, 57 W. Main, h s s Columbia Road b 
Cherry and Center 

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" VIA THE FT. WAYXE ItOAI*/' For wulc at all the princijuil Ticket OtTioes, and 
at the Company's (tftioc at Depot. 

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J. P. Farley, Comptroller, Pittshurgh ; J. D. Layng, Superintendent of Ea.stern Division, 
Pittshurgh ; F. M. Hutchinson, Secretary, Pittshurgh ; C. E. Gorham, Superintendent of Wes- 
tern Division, Fort Wayne; F. R. Meyers, General Ticket .\gent, Pittsburgh; W. P. Shinn. 
General Freight Agent, Pittshurgh ; .1. P. ilenderson, Treasurer, Pittsburgh ; C. H. Miller, 
Stock Agent, Chicago ; W. C. Clcland, General Western Passenger Agent, Chicngo ; J. P. Brady. 
Freight Agent, Chicago ; J. C. Davis, Agent, Fort Wayne. 



PORT WAYNE [COR] DIRECTORY. 75 



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

Grain, Seeds, Agricultural Implements, &c., cast end of Columbia ; 

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

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 
Conklin Mrs. cook, Hedekiu House 

Conklin 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 Nelson 
Conley Eliza, laundress, Railroad Eating House 
Conuers ^Hchael, driver, h w s Clinton b Main and Berry 
Connors Michael, teamster, h 23 E. Berry 
Connett Martin, helper, bds Peter Quicksell's 
Connison 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 Hoagland 
Cook Albert H. h w s Bluflton Plank Road s of T., \V. k W. Railway 
Cook Chas. W. painter, h 103 W. Jefferson 
Cook Christ, machinist, wks J. C. Bowser & Co's 
Cook Christian, plow maker, h n w e 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. Cook's 
Cook W. F. fireman, bds Harrison DeHaven's 
Cook Wm. S. foreman, h IG Douglas Av 
Cooligan Patrick, laborer, h 237 E. Washington 
(Combes 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 2G3 W. Wayne 
COOMBS & MILLER, (Wm. H.C. & Wm. H. H. M.) Attorneys 

at Jiaw ; Office, 50 Calhoun 
Coombs AVm. 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 Chas. blacksmith, bds Phillips House 
Corcoran John, laborer, h n e c Brandriflf and Hoaglaud 
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 FOET WAYNE [CRA] DIRECTORY. 



Corcoran Thomas, porter, Aveline House 
Corl Henry, h 168 E. Wasliinoton 

Corneille Francis C. clerk 103 Columbia, h 47 E. Water 
Corneille John B. clerk 90 Columbia, h 47 E. Water 
Corwin Theodore N. conductor, h w s Fairfield At. b T., W. & W. Rail- 
way and Locust 
Cosen Casper, clerk 106 Columbia, bds Vigdor Jacobson's 
Cothrell A. J. truckman, h 16D 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 Ofl&ce, 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, laborer, h n s Water b Clinton and Barr 
Courdway Pauline, cook, Eockhill 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 173 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 
Crah Christian,' brick layer, h e s Ewing b Wayne and Washington 
Craig Wm. carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey ct Co's 
Craine Geo. D. bds Aveline House 

Cramer Eli, engineer, h o s Hanna b Montgomery and Hough 
Cramer F. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Shops 
Cramer M. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & 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, b w s Hanna b Lassellc and Buchanan 
Crane Calvin D. surveyor and civil engineer, notary public, real estate 
and collecting agent, office, u w c Berry and Barr, h 102 E. Wash- 
ington 

Crane G. D. clerk 11 Clinton, bds Aveline House 
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 
Cratzcr John, pdlicLiiian, li w s Calhoun b Grand and Highland 
Craven Joscjili, weaver, h 2lt4 E. AVayue 

Craw Geo. A. clerk ^leyer, Bros. &, Co's, h 139 W. Washington 
Crawford J. cugii ccr, P., Ft. W. ^ (J. Bailway Co 
Crawford J. N. carpenter, bds Hedekiu House 
Crawford Wm. fireman, bds Francis Kcllenberger's 



FORT WAYNE [DAL] DIRECTORY. 77 



Creditor E. H. dentist, with S. B. Brown 

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 fleury b Hoagland and Fairfield Av 
Crosby Mary, widow, h 283 W. Jefferson 
Crosby Wm. machinist, h 283 W. Jefferson 
Grout 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 140 Columbia 
Culbertson H. H. (Allen, Meyers & Co.) res Dayton 
Cull Edward, laborer, h u 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, brakeman, h n s Holman b Barr and Lafayette 
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 
Cu.shing Michael, laborer, h s w c Wallace and Clinton 
Cutchall Joseph, laborer, h 111 Wilt 
Cutler Wm. M. laborer, hss Maumee Road e of Corp. Line 



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 

Daltou James, laborer, h 42 Wilt 

Dalton Timothy, helper, hss Colerick b Hoagland and Prince 

Daly S. coppersmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Coppersmith Shop 



78 FORT WATNE [DEF] DIRECTORY. 

Damier Augustus, boiler maker wks T., W. & W. Railway Boiler Shop 

Damier Wm. 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 Fulton and George 

Daseler Sophia, widow, h 245 E. Lewis 

Daugharty Alfred, huckster, h n s Douglas w of Lima Plank Road. 

Bloom iigdale 
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 11-1 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, u e c Clinton and Railroad Track ; h e s Hanna 2 

doors north of Lewis 
Davis James S. engineer, bds Mayer House 

Davis Joseph, tinner, 58 Columbia, bds sec Calhoun and Jeflferson 
Davis Mary A. servant, American House 
Davis P. B. clerk 104 Columbia, bds 147 W. Berry 
Davis Saml. F. machinist, h n 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 52 Calhoun 
Dawson tt Bittingcr, (John W. D. & Adam H. B.) attorneys, owe 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 Christain, painter, h 99 E. Washington 
Day Henry, painter, h 131 \V. 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 109 W. Washington 
Debantou P. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Shops 
Dechtmeier Fred, shoe maker, h 109 Wilt 
Deckontrup t lemons, laborer, h 114 Madison 
De:;ker John, laborer, li s c o Wayne and Francis 
Decker Oliver, shoemaker, bds Geo. Nill's 

Dccgan E. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Blacksmith Shop 
Deegan P. blacksmith, wks P , Ft. W. & C. Railway Blacksmith Shop 
Decter Jacob 31. tirenian, res John W. Dccter's 
Deeter John W. engineer, h w s Calhoun b Grand and Highland 
Dcfler Geo. carpenter, h n s St. Francis ur Lafayette, Lasselle's Addition 



FORT WAYNE [DEW] DIRECTORY. 79 



Defoy Alex, engineer, li 237 Lafayette 

Degan Patrick, laborer, li s w c Colerick and Prince 

Degitz Chas. cigars, s s Wayne nr Calhoun, li 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 Jeflferson and Kelson 
De Haven Allen W. farmer, h n w c College and Jones 
De Haven Harrison, sawyer, h s e c Lafayette 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:an Wm. laborer, h n w c Oak and Ohio 
Dehne Wra. carpenter, h 142 Madison 

Deierstein Saml. carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Co.'s 
Deitrich D. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Freight Depot 
Deitricb 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. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Shops 
Dehivan Barney, contractor, h ISO Griffith 

Dellingcr Heury W. brakeman, h n s Baker b Harrison and Webster 
De Long Isaac, laborer, bds 289 W. Jefferson 
Delzell Ross, blacksmith, h lOG 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 Calhouu b Highland and Dawson 
Dessauer L. & Co. (Louis D. & Isaac Trauerman) cigars, 11 Calhoun 
Dessauer Louis, (L. D. & Co.) h 90 W. iVlain 

Deuter Michael, tailor, h s s High w of Lima Plank Road, Bloomingdale 
De Vanton Peter, laborer, bds JNational Hotel 
De Vaux Xavier, laborer, h n s Lasselle b Lafayette and Clay 
Devine John, boiler maker, bds s w c Calhoun and Baker 
Devuey Martin, laborer, h n s Baker b Webster and McClellan 
De Wald Anton, clerk, Frank & Thanhauser's, res Geo. De Wald's 
De Wald Geo. (Towuley, De Wald. Bond & Co.) res Dc Wald Square, 

south end of Cass, Lasselle's Addition 
DeWald Geo. h w s Fairfield Av. b Locust and Taylor 
De Wald Henry, tinner, h w s Fairfield xlv. s of T., W. & W. Railway 

Track 
De Wald Leonard, shoe maker, h s s High west of Lima Plank Road, 

Bloomingdale 
De Wald Nicholas, cooper shop, s s Railroad e of Calhouu, h u w c Cal- 
houn and Butler 



80 FORT WAYNE [DOR] DIRECTORY. 



Dewers 0. C. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Blacksmith Shop 

Dick Daniel, engineer, h 184 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. Tunison'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 Griffith 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, wagon maker, h s s "Wall w of Blufi"ton Plank Road 

DIEE-STEIN CHRISTIAN, Dealer in Family Groceries, Pro- 
viijions, kc. ; also. Saloon, s w c J'airfield 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 Jefi'erson 

Diether Louis, book-keeper 89 Columbia, bds n w c Jefferson and Griffith 

Dietriek J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Blacksmith Shop 

Diffendorfer Benj. 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 & Demiug, (A. J. D. & Geo. D.) pedlars' exchange, w s Cal- 
houn b Jefi'erson and Lewis 

Dillingham A. J. (D. & 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. Jefi'erson 

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 

l^odge Arthur, horse dealer, bds Mayer House 

DOELKER JACOB, Daily Meat Market, w s Calhoun, opp. Ave- 
liue House ; h s e c Lima Plank Road and 2d, Bloomingdale 

Doelkcr John, shoemaker, res Jacob Doclker's, Bloomingdale 

Doff'er Geo. wks 0. D. Hurd's 

Dol.crty J^ose, widow, h n e c Douglas Av. and McClollan 

Dohrman Wm. clerk, bds 20G 3Lidison 

Donahue H. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Machine Shop 

Donovan T. fireman, P. Ft. W. &. C. Railway Co 

Donnahoe Rosea, servant, 1:58 W. Washington 

Doiiohoe Jo.seph, h 90 E. Lewis 

Donovan Michael, boatman, bds 141 E. Main 

Donovan 'J'iniothy, fireuiaii, h 141 E. Main 

Doriot JuHms, nioldcr, 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 Thomas W. patent rights, bds Hedekia House 

Dothao-e Ernst, laborer, h w s Webster b Washington and Jeflferson 

Doty 11 fireman, P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Co 

Doherty J. C. carpenter, bds 49 W. Main 

Doherty James, lather, h 173 VV. Wayne 

Dougherty John, carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Go's 

Dougherty Lemuel, plasterer, h 173 W. Wayne 

Dougherty Samuel, clerk 7 E. Maiu, h 173 W. Wayne 

Douglas Geo. 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. & W. Eailway Round House 

Dowie John, helper, wks Murray & 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 (.ieo. laborer, h 82 Montgomery 

Drew Walter, h s w c Butler and Harrison 

Dreyer Henry, laborer, h n s Buchanan b Lafayette and Cass, Lassclle's 
Addition 

Driftmeier Ernst, carpenter, h e s Monroe b Madison and Lewis 

Dripps Garrett C. h 64 E. Jefferson 

DRIPPS ISAAC, Master of Machinery Western Division P., Ft. W. 
ct 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 P]. 
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, h n s Chicago b Webster and Fairfield Av 

Duffy Elizabeth, widow, res Thos. Duffy's 

Duffy Thomas, laborer, h n s Wallace b Clay and Monroe 

Duing Nicholas, laborer, wks Ft. Wayne Democrat Office 

Dunbar David, carpenter, h 171 Clinton 



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Dunbar Wm. fireman, li s w c Force and Herndon 

Dunham John L. traveling agent, 83 Columbia, bds Mayer House 

l^unker Rev. Lewis, h n e c Fulton and Washington 

Dunn & Co., (James D. & Joseph Clark) groceries, u 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 
Buret J. B. telcaraph operator and yard master, T., W. & W. Railway Co. 

h w s Fairfield Av. south of T., W. & W. Railway 
DURGIN GEO. W. Jr., General Insurance Agent; Office, 26 

Court; h '^bO W. Berry 
Durkee Mrs. A. H. widow, h 126 W. Washington 

Duweese Oliver, blacksmith, h s s Brackeuridge 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 

E 

Eakin Joseph S. (Bash & E.) h 149 W. Wayne 
Earl Samuel, bds John F. Cartwright's 
l^arl 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 N. Cass and X. Harrison, Blooming- 
dale 
Eberwine Christian, helper 173 Barr 
Eberwiue Fred, barber, wks F. C. Meyer's 
Ebner Loreuz, carpenter, h 14:6 E. Lewis 
Eckard Fred. (Fred. E. &. Co.) h n c 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 
Eckenrod Jerry, brick layer, bds Alex. Kiutz's, Bloomingdale 
Eckerd John C. cigar maker, h c s Ewing b Wayne and Washington 
Eckerman Peter, shoemaker, bds -18 W. Washington 
Eckert Frederick, butcher, h n e c Barr and Wayne 
Eckcrt John C. cigar maker, George Reitzer's, h c s Ewing b Wayne and 

Washington 
Eckert Mary, widow, h n w c Jelferson and Francis 
Eckcrt Sophia, widow, h e s Barr b Berry and Wayne 
I'jckiTt Toliias. Ii w s lAuix Plank Rxid near lli'j;li, l-iloomingdulo 
EDGERTON ALFRED P., President Ft. Wayne 'Gas Co. and 

Land Oliicr at Uicksville, Ohio; res 151 \V. Berry 
EDGERTON H. H., So retary and Treasurer Ft. Wayne Gas Light 

Co.. s (• .• Watu- and Barr ; h 15 I W. Berry 
EDGERTON JOSEPH K., Attorney at Law ; Office and llesi- 

denee 85 W. Wayne; also, Presideat Grand llipids ..t Indiana liail- 

road Co., Office u w c IJarr and lierry 



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[ELL] 



DIRECTORY, 



83 



Edgar W. H. bds American House 

Edmonds James, teamster, h s e c Lima Plank lload and 1st, Blooming- 
dale 
Edmonds Thos. M. switchman, li n e c Harrison and Butler 
Edmonds Wm. teamster, h e s N. Cass b Biver and 1st, Bloomingdale 
Edsall C. W. (Knappenberger & 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 BlufFton Plank Boad and P., Ft. ^Y . 

& C. Bailway 
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 149 E. Jefferson 
Ehle August, cigar maker, h e s West b Pritchard and P , Ft. W. & G. 

Bailway 
Ehle Edward, bricklayer, h e s West b Pritchard and P., Ft W. ik C. 

Bailway 
Ehle Ernst, laborer, h e s West b Pritchard and P., Ft. W. & C. Bailway 
Ehlert Frederick, switchman, h 313 Vv''. Jefferson 
Ehrman Andrew, h n s Pritchard b Broadway and Van Buren 
Ehrman Geo. laborer, bds sec 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. Bacine'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, Bailroad Eating House 
Eider Peter, laborer, wks Bass & H anna'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, Lasselle's 

Addition 
Eiten Frank, laborer, h n s Buchanan b Laftiyette and Cass, Lasselle's 

Addition 
Eiten John, carpenter, h e s LaFayette b St. Francis and Creighton 
Eitcr Peter, laborer, h s wc John and Jones 
Eizinger Geo. laborer, wks Bass & Hanua'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 Bailway Shops 
Elert Christian, laborer, h ws Oakley b Poplar and Henry 
Ell Sebastian, fireman A. C. Beaver's, h 11 Montgomery 



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Ellenwood Douglas, brakeman, bds Horace D. Ellenwood's 

Ellenwood Horace D. conductor, h e s Hanna b Aloatgomery and Hough 

Ellers Benj. shoemaker, h 89 W. Water 

EUers Elizabeth, 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, hostlrr, bds 49 W. Main 

P]llison Eichard, teamster, h n s Baker b Calhoun and Harrison 

Ellsworth Mary, widow, h 1G7 E. Lewis 

Elm Park Nursery, four miles east of the city 

Ely Geo. W. (Anderson & E.) h 117 W. Wayne 

Embrey Lewis S. collector, h s e c Jackson and Pritchard 

Embry Edward, clerk, bds James S. Erabry's 

EMBRY JAMES S., Dealer in Family Groceries, Provisions, &c., 
s w c Fairfield Av. and Taylor ; h n w c Fairfield Av. and Taylor 

Erne 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. 
Jefferson 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 Columbi:t, h 24 W. Water 

Emrick Chas. G. h 237 Lafayette 

Engel . teacher, at Concordia College 

Engelbrecht Wm. shoemaker, bds 56 E. Main 

Engelking H. laborer, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Engelkiug Louisa, widow, res s s High west of Lima Plauk Road, Bloom- 
ingdale 

Engelking Mena, widow, h 151 Barr 

Englait 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 

Eugler Julius Th. printer, bds n w c Jefferson and Barr 

Englort Frank, cooper, h 16 Nirdlinger 

Englert Geo. helper, h s s Taylor v/eat of Oakley 

Enright John, laborer, h s w c Lewis and Webster 

Enscy Sarah, h s e c Griffith and Jefferson 

Epple John, laborer, h s e c Jackson and Wilt 

l'ij)ps Master), laborer, h 102 Francis 

Epp>tein Albert, h 54 W. Berry 

Erdle W blacksmith. wk.s P , Ft. W. & C. Railway Blacksmith Shop 

Ernstiiii: (,'li;is. fireman, Frier & Tagmeyer's 

ERSKINE R. B., Jieer Saloon, 34 E. Main; h 'IX) Lafayette 

Erwiii .V. J. surgeon v s C»lhuun upp Keystone Block, h 86 W. Main 

Krwin Mrs. M. J. H. widow, h ;{9 Jackson 

ESMOND GEO. & CO., (Geo. E. & E. H. McDonald) Dealers in 
Family Groceries, Provisions, <fec., 8 w c Calhouu and Wayne 



PORT WAYNE [FAR] DIRECTORY. 85 

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 & 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 Lafayette 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 n s Montgomery b Monroe and Hanna 
Everitt Leonard G. farmer, h n s W. & B. 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, Oifice 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 

Fairchvld Eliza, cook, Harmon House 

Fairfield Asa, farmer, h e s Bluffton 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 aui Williams 
Falls Daniel M. (J. C. Bowser & Co.) 
Palls 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. li 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 Lassellc b Lafayette and Clay 

Faust Frank, carpenter, bds 47 E. Main 

Fay Ezra, carpenter, h n w c N. Calhoun and 3d, Bloomingdale 

PAY J. A., Attorney at Law ; Office, 44 Calhoun, over Hamilton's 
Bank ; h 226 VV. Berry 

Fay James P. attorney, h 226 W. Berry 

Fedder Sue, laundress, Aveline House 

Fee Thos. W. (Griebel & F.) h u e c*Berry and Clinton 

Feeney Michael, laborer, h s s Grand b Harrison and Webster 

Felker Peter, carpenter, h 182 W. Jefferson 

Feider 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. U. clerk P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Car Shop 

Fetter Mary, widow, h 191 E. Wayne 

Fetterman John, bricklayer, h 69 Wilt 

Fick John, porter, bds w s Lafayette b Main and Columbia 

Fields James S. clerk 83 Columbia, h e s north end of Calhoun 

1 ieier W. carpenter, h 188 E Jefferson 

Fieler Wm. carpenter, h 194 E. Jefferson 

Figel Charles, wagon maker, nee Lima Plank Road and 5th, Bloom- 
ingdale 

Figel Fred, blacksmith shop, nee Lima Plank Road and 5th, h e s 
Lima Plank Road opp High, Bloomingdale 

Figel W^m. (W. Wente ct F.) res country 

Kike Cyrus, expressman, h s s Pearl b Maiden Lane and Cass 

Filiner F. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. J^ailway Shops 

Fil.^un 1!. C. auction and commission, 7 E. Main, h 2U4 W. Berry 

FINK CHARLES, Dealer in Family Groceries, Provisions, Produce, 
&c., n w c Harrison and Peail; also. Undertaker, 55 \V . Main, c 
Maiden Lane 

Fink Frank, molder, h 174 E. Jefferson 

Fink Jacob, laborer, h o s Joha b Jones and Herudon 

Fiuk ^lary, widow, h 174 E. Jefferson 

Finn Thomas, laborer, h 293 E. Washington 

Finney xM. helper, P., Ft. W. \- C. Railway Blacksmith Shop 

Fir<t Baptist Churcli, n s Jefferson b Harrison and ^V(.bster 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF Ft. WAYNE, and U. S. 

i'L'pository, sec Main and Court, J D. Nutlman, President, John 

Oiff, Vice President, W. B. Fisher, Cashier 
Fischel J. H. harness maker, bds 96 E. Main 
Fi.M-lier Christian F. A. (Meyer Bros. &, Co.) res St. Louis, Mo 
Fi.-ther Henry, h 90 W. Jellersou 
h isclier Michael, cabinet maker, h 84 E Berry 
Fischer Michael, cofliu maker, h 85 E. Berry 
Fi.^li John R. engineer, h u s xMelita b Harrison and Web.ster 
Fisher D. C notary public and book-keeper, 50 Calhoun, bds Hamilton 

House 



FORT WAYNE [FLE] DIRECTORY. 87 



Fisher A. cabinet maker, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Go's 

Fisher Fred, machinist, wks Murray & Baker's 

Fisher Geo. carpenter, h 182 Griffith 

Fisher Geo. brakemon, bds Mrs. N. Y. Tuoison's 

Fisher Geo. fireman, bds Mrs. S. J. Malatt's 

Fisher Geo. W. phisterer, h 2<6 E. Washington 

Fisher Henry E. printer, bds 90 \V. Jefferson 

Fisher Isaac, butcher h 133 W. Washington 

Fisher Jonathan, engineer, h 155 Francis south of Lewis 

Fisher Joseph, plasterer, h 265 E. AVashington 

Fisher L. fireman, P. Ft. W^ & C. Eailway 

Fisher Michael, cabinet maker, h 85 E. Berry 

Fisher K. J. book-keeper Bass & Hanna's, h Si W. Main 

Fisher S. H. conductor, h 17 Douglas Av 

FISHER W. B., Cashier First National Bank of Ft. Wayne, s e c 

Main and Court ; bds Hamilton House 
Fisk Stephen W. bar keeper at Railroad Eating House 
Fisk Wm. W. clerk 50 and 52 E. Main, h 211 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 , laborer, h s s Baker b Harrison and Webster 

Fitzpatrick Bartley, laborer, h n s Bass b Prince and Fairfield Av 
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. Vi. & C. Railway Yard 

Fledderman John G. (John G. P. & Co.) h 25 Main 

FLEDDERMAN JOHNG. & 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 

Fleming 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's 

FLEMING WM., Clerk of the Courts ; Office in Court House; h s 
e c Berry and Rockhill 

FLETCHER CHAS. P., Proprietor 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 east of Corp. Line 



88 FORT WAYNE [FOR] DIRECTORY. 



Fletter Henry A. fireman, h s w c Taylor and T., W. & "W. Railway 

Fletter M. laborer, wks N. G. Olds &" Son's 

Fletter Samuel C. carpenter, h n s Bass b Prince and Fairfield Av 

Flinn Geo. bill poster, h 54 Laf;xyette 

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 

FLUNO & McCarthy, (John B. F. & Timothy McC.) Saloon 
and Billiard Rooiii, 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 

Foellinger Fred, clerk Jacob Foellinger's, bds 14-t Harrison 

FOELLINGER J. M., Dealei" in Fine Groceries, Fruits, Wines, 
Liquors, Oysters, &c., 5 Phoenix Block, w s Calhoun b Main and 
Columbia; h 110 W. Wayne 

FOELLINGER JACOB, iManufactarer and Dealer in Boots and 
Shoes, G Phoenix Block, w s Calhoun b 31aiu and Columbia; h 144 
Harrison 

Fogarty Edward, blacksmith, h n s Jefferson b Barr and Lafayette 

Foley Jeremiah, laborer, h n s Williams b Webster and Hoagland 

Folmerding 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 & Hanna's 

Forbach J. G'>o. laborer, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Forbing Jacob, (Bosekcr & 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 aud Horace 

Fordney Geo. molder, h 202 Lafayette 

Forgie August, carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey k Co's 

Forsey .lames, tinner, h u s Charles b Lafayette, and Clay 

Forstner Andrew, cutter A. & M. Nirdliuger"s, bds American House 

Forsyth Donald, blacksmith, wks T., W. k W. Railway Blacksmith Shop 

Forsyth J. tinner, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Tin Shops 

Forsyth Eliza, res E. F. Colerick's 

Fortriede Louis, shoemaker, h 50 Monroe 

Fort Wayne Ai^ricuhural Shops, north end of Calhoun St., Bloomingdale 

FORT^WAYNE ADVERTISER, Thos. S. Taylor & Co., Pub- 
lishers, u s Main b Calhoun and Clinton 

FORT WAYNE BRASS WORKS, A. Hattersley, Proprietor, 
4.S E. Main 

FORT WAYNE CAR WHEEL WORKS, Bass & Hauua, 

Prnprii-tors, llannu >uuth of Uailr..ad Crn^^iii^ 

FORT WAYNE DEMOCRAT, E. Zimmtrmanu ct Co , Editors 
and Publishers, s w - Calhoun and Pearl 

Fort Wayne Ft^nialc (Jollvge, Wf-t end ol' Wayne 

Port Wavnc Fruit Hou-r. 1.^ W. Perry 

FORT^WAYNE GAS LIGHT CO., Office and Works sec 
Water aud Barr, A. P. Edgertou, Pre-ideut ; H. H. Edgerton, Sec- 
retary and Treasurer 

Fort Wayne High School, n s Wayne b Calhouu aud Clinton 



FORT WAYNE [FRA] DIRECTORY. 89 



FORT WAYNE GAZETTE CO., (Isaac Jeukioson, Amos W. 

Wright & James K. Willard) Publishers Fort Wayne Daily and 

Weekly Gazette, Book and Job Printers, 54 Calhoun opposite Court 

House 
FORT WAYNE MACHINE WORKS, Bass & Hanna, Fro- 

prietors, Hanna south of Railroad Crossius; 
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 Training 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 Montgomery 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 [f'RI] 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 Barr 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, BA.RD & 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, etc., 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 U2 E. Wayne 

FRENCH, HANNA & CO., (R. Morgan F., Wm. Willis H. & 0. 
\V. Jeffcrdsj 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 

Freiiking Barney, laborer, h 136 Madison 

Frcy Chas. tanner, a 82 E. Jefferson 

Frcy Jacob, h 23 Monroe 

Frcy Jacob, carriage maker, h 93 E. Jefferson 

FREY W. A., Ui)holstcrer and Dealer in Furniture, Chairs, Mat- 
tresses, &c., w s Calhoun b Washington and Jeffcrsoa 

Friburgcr Simon, produce dealer, h 95 W. Berry 

Frick Henry, teamster, bds n w c Barr and Water 

Fricke Henry, h 183 Lafayette 



FORT WAYNE [GAF] DIRECTORY. 91 

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 Henry, sen. h s s Coleriek b Hoagland and Prince 
PRIETZSCHE 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 
FrizzcU 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 
Fronefield & 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. Jefferson 
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. Jefferson 
Fuchs Joseph, laborer, h e s Force b Herudon 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 

Gable Peter, machinist, h s w c Madison and Lafayette 

Gable Peter, teamster, h 171 Holman 

Gable Philip, helper, bds 171 Holman 

Gablenz 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 Masde, servant, Main Street Exchange 

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 Hoffet's 
Gans Louis, messenger. Master Mechanic's Office P., Ft. W. & C. Railway, 

res Bloomingdale 
Gant L. F. clerk Frank & Thanhouser's, bds Hedekin House 
Garber Fred, bvakeman, 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 AVm. blacksmith, wks Bass & Hanna's 
Gasper Mathias, laborer, h 327 W. Jeflerson 
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 20 E. Main, bds 14 Lafayette 
Gaum Joseph P. bar keeper, bds nee Water and Clinton 
Gaut Anna, bds s w c Van Buren and W, & E. Canal 
Gavilcr Geo. h s s High w of Lima Plank Road, Bloomingdale 
Gavin Robert, miller. City Mill.s, 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 

Gcbel Christine, widow, h e s Lafayette b Montgomery and Holman 
Gebcl Frank, bd:5 Christine Gebel's 
Gebhard Wm. brick layer, h 209 Madison 
Gcbhardt Geo. harness maker, bds 209 Madison 
Gccrkc Geo. (H. Wignian &. Co.) h SO Madison 
Gcerken Geo. grocer, h 80 Madison 
(ieier Hermann, laborer, wks A. C. Beavcr'a 



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Geietze Johu, laborer, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Geiger Charles, teacher, h 129 E. JefFersoa 

Geis Jacob, groceries, e s Lafayette b Charles aud Lasseile 

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. Eailway Car Shop 

Geller Theodore, varnisher, wks 50 E. Main 

Gelner Henry, laborer, bds John Hoffet's 

George 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. Eailway 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 xVv. b Locust and Taylor 
Gidley Wm. foreman, T., W. & W. Railway, h s w c Piue 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 Jefierson 
Gilbert John, clerk Meyer, Bros. & Co.'s, 2 Keystone Block 
Gilby John, laborer, h 13 Hood 

Gilby John, machinist, wks T. W., & W. Railway Machine Shop 
Gilchrist Christopher, h s e c Main and Court 
Gilchrist Mrs. M. H. millinery, dress aud cloak maker, sec Court and 

Main, up stairs 
Gilder L. P. machinist, wks P., Ft, W. h C. Railway Machine Shop 
Gildey Frank, conductor, bds Mrs. SIlMbeth Iba's 
Gilkison W. S. assistant city civil engineer, bds Aveline House 
Gillespie James, book-keeper, bds Joseph Renshaw's 
Gilligan James, helper, wks T., W. & W. Railway Blacksmith Shop 
Gilliland James, (G. & Medsker) h n s Montgomery b Barr and Lafayette 
GILLILAND & MEDSKER, (James G. & Isaac N. .^i.) Dealers 

in Family Groceries, Provisions, &c. ; also. Ice Cream Saloon, sec 

Lewis and Lafayette 



94 FORT WAYNE [GOR] DIRECTORY. 



Gilman Freeman, traveliug agent Basp & Hauna's, h 182 E. Jefferson 

Grilmartin Edward, telegraph repairer, bds Thomas Lyuch'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 Broadways 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 Wni. 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 Otfiee, bds 15 W. Washington 
Glutting Jacob, i^aloou, 76 Columbia, h 15 W. Washington 
Glvnn John, hackman, h 08 E. Berry 

GLYNN MATHIAS, Livery and Sale Stable, oH E. Main 
Gob Andreas, laborer, h u s Buchanan b Lafiiyettc and Cass, Lasselle's 

Addition 
Gocke Anthony, clerk 56 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 Flighhmd 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 McClellan 
GOERIZ ADOLPH, Physician, Office, 8-4 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. Thierae & 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 IGl E. Jefferson 

Good Caroline widow, h 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 24:'^ Lafayette 
Goodcudugh Orrin, fireman, h s w c Grand and Webster 
Goodman Francis X. saloon, w s Calhoun opp Avclino House, h s w c 

\Vashington and Harrison 
Goodner J. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. k C. liailway Car Shop 
Goodrich John, clerk, bds 50 E. Berry 

Goodrich John C. (Townley, De Wald. Bond & Co.) bds 50 E. Berry 
Goodrich Samuel, coiiductur, h 05 E. Washington 
Goodwin Thoma.s, foreman, h w s l-'airlicld Av. b Locust and Taylor 
Gordinier Arthur, conductor, bds Mrs. Elizabeth Iba's 
Cordon Geo. policeman, h n s Lasselle b Lafuyetto and Clay 



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Gordon John, machinist, bds John \V. Deeter's 

Gorham C. D. train dispatcher Western Div. P., Ft. ^Y. & 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, nee Clinton and Railroad ; h s s Wayne b 
Clinton and Barr 
Gorham F. A. chief clerk Superintendent's Office, P., Ft. W. & C. 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 & Rhinesmith'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. & Son) h 107 W. Wayne 
Graff Marx & Son, (Marx & Myer L.) liquors, 125 Columbia 
Graff Aiyer 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 I'ulton and Jefferson 

Graffe J. wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Car Shop 

Grage Wm. laborer, h s s Sturgis w^est of Fulton 

Graham Mrs. widow, h 51 Barr 

Graham J. engineer. P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Co 

Graham James, engineer, h u 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 \V. 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; J o.-eph K. Edgertou, President ; John M. 

Godown, Secretary ; Samuel T. llanua. Treasurer 
Gratigny A. F. ( G. & Co.) bds Hanua 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 



FORT WAYNE [CrRO] DIRECTORY. 



Gray Annie, widow, h 45 E. Main 

Gray Matilda, widow, res Thomas Gray's 

Gray Thomas, carpenter, 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 Hamilton 

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. machini.^^t, wks P., Ft W. & C. Railway Round House 

Greene K. A. (Townley, DeWald, Bond & Co.) h 50 E. Berry 

Greensfelder Gustave, saloon, 158 Broadway 

Grege Frederick, sawyer, h 177 W. Jefferson 

GREGG J. S., Physician and Surgeon ; Office, 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 

Grevf) Frank, (Schneider & G.) h 20G E. \yashington 

Greve John, clerk 128 Columbia, bds 206 E. Washington 

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 Road, Blooming- 
dale 

Griebel Louis, Jr., cabinet maker, bds 58 E. Jefferson 

Griffin 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 Hoaglaud 

Griffiths Thos. boiler n)aker, res Catharine Griffiths' 

Griffiths Wm. E. clerk 89 Columbia, h 124 W. Wayne 

Grift Fred, watchman, N. G. Olds & Sou's 

Griggs 1j. p. sewing machines, 2 Avcline House Block, h 53 W. Wayne 

Griggs Loman, physician, h 53 W. Wayne 

Grimes James, moldcr, bds 142 E. Wayne 

(irinim Jtihii, teacher, h 239 Jackson 

(irimm Theodore, boiler maker, bds John W. Dceter s 

Griswould JOdwani, coffin inaktM-, h 16 Montgomery * 

(jroesbeck Chas. printer, bds Pliillij)s House 

Grogau Wm. F. pliysiciaii, h s s Jicwis b Jjafayette and Clay 

(irogcan Aui^ustc, laborer, h w s Smith near south Corp. Line 

GiiONAUER W. G., Lodge Saloon and Billiard lloom, 82 Calhoun; 
h w s Ewing b Wayne and Wa.shington 

Grosh John, saloon, w s Lalayctte b Ho! man and Montgomery 



FORT WAYNE [HAB] DIRECTORY. 97 

Gronnemeier Joha, tanner, h north 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 l>r. Cass b 1st and River, Blooming-dale 
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, h n s Lavina b Fairfield Av. and Broadway 
Grout Mrs. E. B. widow, h 125 Van Buren 
Grove M. J. boiler maker, b 134 Lafayette 
Grove Wm. h 134 L;f lyct^e 

GROVER & BAKER SEWING MACHINE CO., Lucian 

Lumbard, Agent, 21 Clinton 
Groves Catharine, res Susan Groves' 

Groves Susan, widow, h s s Washington b Nelson and Garden 
Grub Lewis, draymah, h s s Pritchard b Broadway and Jackson 
Grubb Mary, boarding house, 85 Barr 
Gruber Andrew, hiborer, wksN. G. Olds & Son's 
Gruber Anthony, laborer, res Valentine Gruber'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, stone mason, h s s Melita b Webster and Hoagland 
Grund Phil. R. blacksmith, h 190 W. AVashington 
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. Jefferson 
Gunkel F. laborer, h n s Nirdlinger west of Jjluffton Plank Road 
Gunkel 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 Ilanna and Francis 
Gutermuth Geo. h 46 Wilt 
Gutermuth Henry, blacksmith, h 46 Wilt 
Guttermuth 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, (Martin J. & Nicholas) barbers, 24 Court 
Haag Louisa, widow, h s s Washington b Nelson and Garden 
Haag Martin J. (H. Bros. J bds Mayer House 
Haag Nicholas, (LJ. Bros.) bds American House 
Haai-selhorst H. J shoemaker, h 252 E. Washington 
Habecker Elias, carpenter, h 172 W. Washington 
Habeeker 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. Macliine Shop 

Hachmeier Ernst, laborer, h 208 Ewing 

Haeke 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. Jefferson 

Hayedoru 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. Car Shop 

Haggevty L. B. teamster, h 131 E. Washington 

Haggerty Nathaniel, bds Joseph LeGras' 

Haggerty Mrs. S. E. dress making, h 12-1 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, teamj^ter, h w s N. Calhoun b 4th and 5th, Bloomiugdale 

Hake AJartha 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 Aveline 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, 

lVc. ; also, Saloon, u e c Lafayette and Montgomery 
Hamer Jacob, tailor, h s s Sturgis west of Fulton 
tlamur Jacob, tailor, h 11-1 Harrison 

Ilamicr Ernst, laborer, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Round House 
Hamilton A. II. 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. Bund ct 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 

llauiiltou Elizabeth, widow, h s s Wallace b Calhoun and Clinton 
Hamilton Frederick, Hamilton House, 51 W. Berry 
Hamilton House, 51 W. Berry 
Hamiltun John, baggage master. P., Ft. W. & C. R. Iv., h 145 W. 

Wayne 
Hamilton Johu II. carpenter, h s w c Clinton and Columbia 
Hamilton Lctitia, at Hamilton House 
Hamilton Mary A. widow, h 70 W. Main 

Haniiiton MontLioiiiery, (Huestis & H.) h s s Lewis, head ol" Clinton 
Hamilton P. helper, wks P., Ft. W. 6i C. R. R. Boiler Yard 
Hamilton's Hall and Building, w s Calhoun opp Court House 
Hamlin E. machinist, wks J. C. Bowser &, Co's 
Hainp>liire .) . S. marble cutter, h c s Garden south of Jefferson 
Hamroad Anilrew, machinist, h s c c Lewis and Harr 
Hance J. D. auctioneer, h 128 W. Main 
Hancock x\I. A. fireman, bds David S. Warner's 
llaucy Robt. macluDist, wka J. C. Bowser & Go's 



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Hanks Mary, res John Cocbrane's 

Hanley James, laborer, bds Patrick Ryan's 

Hanley John H. clerk T., W. & W. E. R. Freigbt 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. McMuUen, 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 Harmer 
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 VV. Wayne 
Hansman Wm. blacksmith, bds 61 Montgomery 
Hanson Fred, turner, wks Brackenridge ifc Taylor's 
Hanson R. C. gas fitter, h 48 E Main 

Ilarber 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 

Harkaeraper Wm. watch maker, 88 Columbia, bds Mayer House 
HARMON DANIEL, Proprietor Harmon House, n w c CalhouE 

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 



100 FORT WAYNE [HAY] DIRECTORr. 



Harter John, teamster, bds James Edmond's, Bloomin^dale 
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 AVayne and Har- 
rison 
Hartman Geo. toll collector, h 46 JSTelson 

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 LafayettC; Lasselle's 

Addition 
Har(myer Frederick, candy manuf, 47 W. Main 
Hartuett R. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 
Hartnett Richard, laborer, h n w c Baker and Webster 
Hartshorn John S. fireman, h s s Butler b Hoaglaud 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 Jefiersou, fireman, bds Mrs. Catherine Gibford's 
Haryes xlugust, 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 McClellan 
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 
Hauilsch S. laborer, h s s Jefferson b Union and Rockhill 
Haufler David, barber, 80 Columbia, bis 13 Clinton 
Haug Geo. stone cutter, wks Sutermeister it Becker's 
llausbach Jacob, laborer, h n s Henry b Hoagland and Fairfield Av 
Hauser Andrew, brewer, bds 87 Harrison 
Hauser Chas. foreman, h n w c Hauna and Hough 
Hausper Jacob, maciiinist, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Machine Shop 
Hauss David, carpenter, h 237 W. Washington 
Havcrley Anthony, blacksmitli, h 1(18 Madison 
Hawk Bennett, fireman, bds l*]lijah Dcrrer's 
Hawkins Irwin, phofograjjlior, bds ')7 E. Berry 
H;ixstine W. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. it C. R. R. Shops 
Haydcu John, notary public, h w s FultOQ b Berry auJ Wayno 



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Hayden John W. clerk Sol. .0. Bayless', h 162 W. Wayne 

Hayes Cyrus A. cabinet maker, h s s High west of Lima Plank Road, 
Bloomingdale 

Ilaynes 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 

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 Emil, bar keeper, bds Julius Kabisch's 

Heckis Andrew, coppersmith, h s w c Webster and Brackenridge 

Heckler G. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Round 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 

Heiikin Jacob, conductor, h 186 E. Washington 

Hefi'ner John, cabinet maker, wks 50 E. Main 

Heffran Michael, laborer, bds National Hotel 

Hegan David, fireman, bds Luther Wright's 

Hegar Geo. clerk IB W. Ben-y, res Bloomingdale 

Heibler Geo. W. miller, h 199 Ewing 

Heichenrichter Joseph, laborer, h s s Nirdlinger west of Bluflfton 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 Frederieka, 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. Jefi'erson 
Heirholzer Coleman, carpenter, h s s Bass b Prince and Fairfield Av 



102 FORT WAYNE [HER] DIRECTORY. 



Heirholzer Coleman, jr. coppersmith, h s s Bass b Prioce and Fairfield Av 

Heister Henry, clerk Geo. C. Nil! & Go's, bds Bloomiugdale 

Heit Alex, butcher, with A. Wolf, res oloomingdale 

Heit Anthony, shoemaker, h 196 Griffith 

Heitenrcich Amond, laborer, h n s Henry b Hoaglaud and Fairfield Av 

Heitkarap Sophia, widow, h 207 Lafoyette 

Heitmann Rev. Anthony, h 132 E. Jefferson 

Heitzler G. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. 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. ^V. & C. R. R. Shops 

Helle Fred, engineer, h 7 W. Water 

Helling Frederick, teamster, h 81 W. Washington 

Helmcamp Henry, carpenter, h 2-17 W. Wayne 

Helmke Edward, boots and shoes, w s Calhoun b Lewis and Douglas Av 

Helwig Fred, blacksmith, bds John Hofi'et's 

Hemenway Addison K. clerk 4 Keystone Block, bds 234 \V. Wayne 

Henchen W. helper, wks F., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 

Henderson Andrew N. foreman, h 117 E. Wayne 

Henderson Geo. clerk 26 E. Main, 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 Ei. 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 

Henger 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 

flenkley Wm. teamster, wks Schrocder & Kayser's 

Heiinings 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 

Ileury Wm. H. fireman, h 133 Van Buren 

Henschcu Fred, laborer, h 201 Ewing 

Henschcn Ileury, clerk 132 Columbia, h 170 Ewing 

Henschen Mary, widow, res Wm Hildebrand's 

Henschon Wm. helper, h w s Francis b Montgomery and Hough 

Hensel Frank, tailor, wks J. G. Thicme & Bro's 

Hcjnscl Wm. machinist, h 269 W. Jcircrson 

llej)burn Archibald, painter, bds James L. Sweeney's 

Herbert Myron, molder, bds s w c Calhoun and Baker 

HcrbsL Frederick, saloon and boarding house, n c c Railroad and Calhoun 

Herbst Henry, laborer, h w s Calhoun b Railroad and Baker 

Hergenrocther 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 
HERMSDORFER G. A., Manufacturer and Dealer in Boots and 

Shoes, 2 Union Block, n s Main near Clinton ; h 2G7 W. Jefferson 
Herring (^eo. 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 
Herriiigton John, h s s Henry b Hoagland and Fairfield Av 
HERRINGTON JOHN S., Contractor, Carpenter and Builder, 

Shop and Residence s e e Hoagland and Melita 
Herrington Roland, gas fitter, bds Geo. Crosby's 
Hosier James, h 142 Jackson 
Hess J. H. machinist, wks J. C. Bowser & Co'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 Washington, 

li 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. R. 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 
Hig I 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 Jefferson and Lafayette 
Hilbrecht Henry, blacksmith, h 212 W. Jefferson 
Hilbright Henry Jr. machinist, wks J. C. Bowser & Co'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 



104 FORT WAYNE [HOA] DIRECTORY. 



Hilgemau H. carder, wks Summit Citj Woolen Mills 

Hil_!j;eman Henry, carpenter, h 194 Ewing 

Hiigeman Henry, engineer, h 89 W. JeflFerson 

Hilgeman Wm. carpenter, h 18G Ewing 

Hiigeman Wm. carpenter, h 212 E. Washington 

Hilker Cbas. carpenter, h 96 Francis 

Hilker Fred. (H. Zwick & Co.) h 167 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 54 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, Bloomincdale 

Hill Mrs^ U. 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. bus Jeiferson 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 

Hill Valentine, cigar maker, h n s Main b Fulton and Broadway 

Hille Henry, laborer, wks T. W. & W. R. R. Round House 

Hiller Henry, laborer, h 208 Ewing 

Hillkemp Henry, carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey &, Co's 

Hillworth August, hackman, bds Hedekin House 

Hilt John Jr. laborer, h n s Baker b Calhoun and Harrison 

Hilt John Sr. h n s Baker b Calhoun and Harrison 

Himbert John, drayman, h 16 Hood 

Himbert Michael, drayman, h n s P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. b Webster and 
Fairfield Av 

Hines Philip, hostler, h s s Columbia b Calhoun and Clinton 

nines Philip, mail carrier, h 82 Columbia 

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

Hingst D. res Ulrich Stotz, Bloomingdale 

Hinkle O. N. conductor, h s e c Douglas Av. and McClellan 

Hiuman Harvey F. carpenter, h 39 Union 

Hinton Samuel, h n s Chicago b Harrison and Webster 

Hinton W. S. teamster, wks Clark and Rhiuesmith's 

Hislop Catharine, widow, h 200 E. Lewis 

Histou Dennis, helper, h n s Baker b Harrison and Webster 

Hitchcock Amanda, widow, h s e c Griflith and Jefferson 

Hite Clara, servant, Mayer House 

Hite Katy, servant, Mayer House 

liittenrick A. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Lumber Yard 

Ilitzcmanu Frederick, stone mason, h 48 Lavina 

Hitzcinann Gottleib, tailor h 54 Lavina 

Hitzman C. clerk 105 and 107 Columbia, bds n w c Douglas Av. and 
Webster 

Hoagland John R. clerk P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Freight Office, bds HO 
W. Berry 

Hoagland Pliny, (P. H. & Co.) h n c 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 
Hobecker 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 3 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, butcher, 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 c Main and Van Buren 
Hofiman 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 Lafayette 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 Buren 
Hoffmann Adam, carpenter, h e s Force b Jones and (xrant 
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 
Hoffuer Christ. (Christ. H. & Co.) h 92 E. Main 
Hoffner Christ. & Co. (Christ. H. & Wm. Jacobs) bakery 92 E. Main 
Hogan Fred, carpenter, bds Michael Hogau'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, wka T., W. & W. R. R. Car Shop 



106 FORT WAINE [HOR] DIRECTORY. 



Holle Fred, laborer, wks Ranke & Cos 

Hollinger Elias, carpenter, h w s Bluffton 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 
Hollingsworth Alice, dress maker, h 101 E. Berry 
Hollingsworth M. upholsterer, h 101 E. Berry 
Hollister A. J. cigar maker, h 21 E. Washington 
Hollister Austin, bds Horace D. Elleuwood's 
Holmes John, bds Hamilton House 

Holmes Mrs. M. millinery, u 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 

Holtheiscn 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- 

ingdale 
Llomeier Fred laborer, h n s Henry b Oakley and Fairfield Av 
Homeier H. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Lumber Yard 
Homeyer Fred. W. clerk liiO Columbia, h 28 W. Lewis 
Homsher B. F. engineer, h 220 Lafayette 
Houdheim John J. h w s McClellau b Lewis and Douglas Av 
Houeck Henry, carpenter, h 71 Montuomery 
Houer D. laborer, wks P., Ft. \V. k C. R. R. Shops 
Houtheim Jacob, carpenter, h e s Pine b Locust and Taylor 
Houtheim Jacob, helper, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 
Hood T. N. bds 183 Clinton 
Hood Wm. E. h U8 W. Berry 

Hoof A. wool picker, wks Summit City Woolen Mills 
Hooker Mrs. J. W. bds Rockhill House 
Hookmeior Chas. watchman, T., VV & 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 
Hornuntr Jacob, molder, h 233 E. Jefferson 
HORNUNG JOHN GEORGE, Summit City Brewery ; Brewer 

ol" Common Beer and Lager iSeer, 87 and 89 Harrison 
Horstraan H. C. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 
Horstman Mary, widow, h 268 E. Washington 
Horstmann Mary, servant, Mayer House 
Horstmcier Wm, carpenter, h 200 Ewing 



FORT WAYNE [HUM] DIRECTORY, 107 

Ho>tmaa Christian, paiDter, h 84 W. JefFersoa 

Hostman Christian, Sr, h 80 W. Jefferson 

Hostmeier Louis, saloon, 205 Laftiyette, h s w c Bluffton Plank Road and 

Wall 
Hostuiyer Chas. carpenter, h s w c Bluffton Plank Road and Wall 
Hostmyer Henry, carpenter, h s s Wall w of Bluffton Plank Road 
Houciistine Henry, machinist, h 156 Harrison 
HOUGH JOHN, Attorney at Law, Land and Insurance Agent, 

Office, 50 Calhoun; Residence, 12i W. Wayne 
Houghton Luther S. traveling agent, h 77 Montgomery 
Huuk George, stone cutter, bds 49 Main 

Houk Michael, carriage trimmer, 118 W. Main, bds Union House 
Hour I), laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 
Houser Charles, foreman, N. (j. Olds & Son's 
Houser Henry, laborer, wks Clark & Rhiuesmith'a 
Hou^er Theresa, widw, h n w c Hanna and Hough 
Housworth Kate, dress maker, h w s l^arr b Wayne and Washington 
Howard John, music teacher, s wc Main and Harrison, bds Aveline House 
Howard VV. H. clerk 90 Columbia, bds 87 VV. 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 
H.uvey I. engineer, P., Ft. W. & C. U. R. Co 
Hovvlaud Hubbard, brakeman, bds 243 J^ ifayctte 
Huwiey Thomas, blacksmith, s s Main nr [Lirrison, h a e c Webster and 

Melita 
How.ser H laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 
iloxie Horace, h 78 Madison 

Hoy Airs. N. widow, h w s Harrison b Main and Pearl 
Iluyt ohas. H. blacksmith, h s w c Hanua and Lusselle 
Hu'ier George, butcher, h 173 Barr 

liu'icr Nicholas, painter, h w s N. Cass b 1st and 2i, Bloomiugdale 
Hajtir Philip, shoe maker, bds 47 B. \lii:\i 
Hairy Nicholas, carpenter, h 108 Moni.;-;oiuery 
Huu'.tis Alex C. (H. & Hamilton) h 203 VV^. Berry 
naESTIS & HAMILTON, (Alex. C. H. & Montgomery H.) 

\V'holesale Grocers, 6'6 and 85 Columbia 
liuer lierman, shoe maker, h 55 W. Wayne 
Huff Anthony, spinner, h w s Lima Plank Road north of Douglas, 

Bloomiugdale 
Hiif Hiram, laborer, h s a Brandrift" b Webster and Hoagland 
Hauman Henry, carpenter, wks Cochran, Humplirey & Co.'s 
Hugnes James, laborer, h s s Walnut b Fairfield Av. and Oakiey 
Haguuard Stephan, laborer, bds nee W iter and Clinton 
Hall Lewis 0. clerk, nee Calhoun and Railroad 

Hull Wesley, confectionery and restaurant, nee Calhoun and Railroad 
liuiOohan John, laborer, n u s P., Ft. VV. & C. R. R. b Webster and 

Fairfield Av 
Rn.^^ Vm. machinist, bds 1(3 W. Water 
Haman C. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 
Huuioert August, bds nee Water and Clinton 
H;tuib.u-t James, bds 86 E. Main 
Huiubert Sarah, widow, res Alfred Little's 
Humphrey B. S. fireman. P., Ft. W & C. R. R. Co 



108 FORT WAYNE [INT] DIRECTORS. 



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, Bloomingdale 

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. Ft. B. Round House 

Humstits , laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. B. B. 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 

HTDRD O. D., Manufacturer of Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, 

Brackets, &c., n s Canal b Clinton and Barr, near the Gas Works ; 

h 142 W. Jeiferson 
Hurley Mary J. res Daniel O'Conuell's 

HURSH J. C, Proprietor American House, 121: Columbia 
Hursh Elias S. clerk, American House 

Huser AVm. carpenter, h w s Jackson b Washington and Jefferson . 
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. R. Lumber Yard, h U6 

Broadway 
Hutchinson T. J. shippins; and i-eceivins: clerk Motive Power Department, 

P. Ft. W. & C. B. RT, h 146 Broadway 
Hutzel John, teamster, h 194 W. Washington 
Hutzel Valentine, machinist, wks Bass k 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 Barbara, 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 Colerick and Williams 
IDDINGS REV. J. T., Pastor Wayne Street M. E. Church, Resi- 
dence, 1S9 W. Wayne 
I ok August, laborer, h 60 W. Washington 
Imb(jdy Harrison, cooper, h 260 Washington 

Immaculate Conception Cathedral, e s Calhoun b Lewis and Jefferson 
lumiel Henry, bakerv. s s Berry opp Court 
INDIANA LAND AGENCY, John Hough, Proprietor, Office, 

50 Callinuii 

INDIANA STAATS ZEITUNG, (German-Tri-Weekly and 
Weekly,) u e c Columbia and Clinton; John D. Sarnighauseu, 
Editor and Publisher 

Ingrahani Titus S. cnirinccr, h n s Melita b Webster and Kansas 

INTERNATIONAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW 

YORK, Juhii Hough. A-rnt. 50 Calhoun 



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loenert August, h 93 W. Water 

Irey Sarah, h 194 Griffith 

Irvin Ed. conductor, h 186 W. Jefferson 

Irvin Sarah, widow, h 186 W. JeflFerson 

IRWIN DR. JOHN S., Cashier Merchants' National Bank, n w c 

Main and Calhoun; h 241 W. Main 
Irwin Thouias, h 169 W. Jefferson 
Isenberg Nicholas, foreman, h e s Lima Plank Road near Canal Feeder, 

Blooming-dale 
Iten Frank, brass molder, wks 48 B. Main 

Iten John, carpenter, h e s Lafayette b St. Francis and Creighton 
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 Boad, Bloomingdale 

Jacob Frederick, painter, h GS 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. & Son) h 68 W. Berry 

Jacobs Wm. (Christ. Hoffner & Co.) h 92 E. Main 

Jacobson 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 \Vallace 

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 Biver, Bloomingdale 

Jameson Jacob, butcher, h w s Calhoun b Washington and Jefferson 

Jasper Frederick, 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 

Jetierds 0. W. (French, Hanna & Co.) h 133 E. Wayne 

Jefterds Thos. L. h 133 E. Wayne 

Jefferson Public School Building, s w c Griffith and Jefferson 

Jeffries Susanna, widow, h n e c Main and Broadway 

Jeuison Wm. T. attorney and notary, w s Calhoun b Main and Berry, h 
150 W. Washington 

Jenkiuson Isaac, (Fort Wayne Gazette Co.) h 130 W. Jefferson 

JENNINGS JOHN, Livery and Sale Stable, e s Calhoun, adjoin- 
ing iMayer House ; h 10 W. Berry 

Jenuis C. H. carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Co's 



no FORT WAYNE [JUD] DmECTORY. 

Jennis L. T. carpenter, wks Cochrau, Humphrey & Go's 

JERMAN A. S., Proprietor City Dye House, 57 W. Water 

Jobson Mattie S. widow, h 30 AY. Lewis 

Jobst Alex, collar maker, res Bloomingdale 

Jocquel J. J. stoves and tin ware, w s Calhoun b Jefferson and Lewis 

Johns A. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Johns A. L. harness maker, bds A. S. Johns' 

JOHNS A. S., Manufacturer and Dealer in Saddles, Harness, &c., e 

s Harrison b Main and Columbia 
Johns Chas. laborer, wks Bass & 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 s 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 96 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 174 Gritfith 
Jones David W. (David W. J. ct Sou) h w s Blufftou Plank Road near 

Corp. Line 
Jones David W. & 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 Nancy, widow, h 110 W. Water 

Jones Nancy, widow, h s s Lewis one door west of Lafayette 
Jones Resin V. h 50 Lavina 
Jones iMrs. 8. A. widow, h 39 Jackson 
Jones Thos. h s s Williams b Hoagland and Fairtield Av 
Jones Thos. laborer, h w s Pine b Locust and Taylor 
Jones Wm. 11. clerk County Clerk's Office, bds Hamilton House 
Jones Wm. M. engineer, h 91 Montgomery 
Josliu F. W. clerk 46 Calhoun, bds Hanna House 
Juslin Wm. H. clerk 46 Calhoun, bds H. S. Carey's 
Jossc Geo. clerk 11. G. Wagner's, w s Calhoun opp Court House 
JOSSE JOHN M., IMiysician and Surgeon; Otfice, w s Calhoun, 

over 11. (i. Wagner's Drug Store ; h s e c Lima Plank Road and 

5th, Bloomingdale 
Jourdain C. J. laborer, h s s i^Lmmce Road b Ohio and Ehn 
Judkins James, machinist, bds W . W. Fox's 



FORT WAYNE [KAU] DIRECTORY. Ill 



Julieu 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 283 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. Bowser & Co's 

Kaiser Fred, 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. k C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Kaliker G. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. t.'. 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 McClellau 
b Lewis and Douglas Av 

Kampf Wm. baker, h s s High west of Lima Plank Road, Bloomingdale 

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 md 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 House 

Karst Chas. trunk maker, bds JSational Hotel 

Kartholl Caroline, widow, h 149 E. Jefferson 

Kasen Nicholas, laborer, h 131 E. Washington 

KastiniT Louisa, servant, 68 W. Main 

KAUFFMAN GEO. A., Dealer in Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, 
Silver and Plated Ware, u w c Calhoun and Berry ; h 257 W. Berry 



]12 FORT WAYNE [KEL] DIRECTORY. 



Kaufman Christ, core maker, h 97 Montgomery 

Kaup J. T. wks Cochran, Humphrey & Co's 

Kay Beuj. machinist, wks T., W. & W. R. Ft. 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 Bluffton Plank Road and T., W. & W\ R. R 

Keckstein Joseph, laborer, wks Martin Schmidt's 

Kcefer Christian, carpenter, res Geo. Keefer's 

Keefer 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 
EockhiU 

Keel A. C. clerk s w c Broadway and Jefferson, h 117 Broadway 

Kegg Emanuel, carpenter, h n s Butler b AVebster and Hoaglaud 

Kciler Christina, widow, h 166 E. Washington 

Keifer Geo. switchman, P., Ft. W. & C. R^R. 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 

Kcihn Wm. shoe maker, h 215 E. Jefferson 

KEIL & BRO., (l>avid S. & Lewis D.) Dealers in Books, Station- 
er}'. Wall and Window Papers, Pictures, Picture Frames, &c., 2 
Phoenix Block, e s Calhoun b Main and Columbia 

Kcil David S. (K. & Bro.) h 102 W. Berry 

Keil Fred. W. attorney, ofiice, 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 5-1 VV. Wayne 

Kclker A. engineer. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 

Kelkcr Geo. W. foreman, h 125 Francis 

Kclleubcrger Francis, boarding house, e s Barr b AVayoe and Washing- 
ton 

Keller Charles, file cutter, h 224 W. Main 

KELLER & CO., (Sebastian K., Michael Mischo ct Frank Schilling) 
Steam Linic and Sand Stone Works, n w c Pearl and Giiihth 

Keller Eliza, widow, res Louis Keller's 

Kciler (J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 

Keller John, fireman, h n s l^ocust b Fairfield Av. and Pine 

Keller Louis, laborer, h e s Hanua b Montgomery and Hough 

Keller Scibastian, (K. ct Co.) h 309 W. Washington 

Keller Toney, engineer, h 188 Griffith 

Kellet Edmund, turner, h s s Bass b Hoagland and Prince 

Kellogg 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 I*., Ft. W. & C. R. E. Boiler Yard 



FORT WAYNE [KIC] DIRECTORY. 113 



Kelly J. laborer, wks P.^ Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Kelly James, clerk, J. M. Foellinsjer's 

Kelly James J. machiuist, h n s Mont2;omery b Barr and Lafayette 

Kelly John, helper, h e s Harrison b Highland and Dawson 

Kelly Michael, brakeman, bds Thos. Lynch's 

Kelly Michael, clerk Patrick McDonnell's, bds 26 Baker 

Kelly Patrick, laborer, h s s Walnut b Fairfield Av. and Oakley 

Kelly Thos. laborer, res Bloomingdale 

Kelly Timothy, laborer, h n s BrandriflF b Webster and Hoaglaud 

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 G. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R Round House 

Kempf Wm. bakery and grocery, e s Lima Plank Road opp High, h s s 

High 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 mna b Lewis 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, 8G 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 Sabina, widow, h 140 W. Main 
Kerchner Gottlieb, laborer, wks Sutermeister & Becker's 
Kerfman Henry, laborer, bds s w c Calhoun and Baker 
Kerkhoff Caroline, widow, h 123 Broadway 
Kerr W^m. conductor, bds Mrs. N. Y. Tuuison'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, 

Bloomingdale 
KESTEL P., Agent ^tna 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 

Kettlcr 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 AVebster and Hoagland 



114 FORT WAYNE [KLAJ DIRECTORY. 



Kiefaber Geo. laborer, h n w c Van Bureu and Pritchard 
Kiefer Henry, clerk, h 16 E. Washinuton 
Kieff D. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & 0. K. R. Machine Shop 
Kikly Francis, widow, h n s P., Ft W & C. R. R. 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 
Killu'ore 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 244 W. Berry 
Kimball Wm. P. carpenter, bds Benj. M. Kimball's 
Kimmel Plenry, laborer, bds nee Water and Clinton 
Kimmel Michael, laborer, h e s Hanna b Herndon and Jouos 
Kincade Francis, carpenter, h n w c Jefl"erson and Francis 
Kincade Wm. engineer, h n w c JeiFer>oa and Francis 
King Carrie, seamstress, res Mrs. Ann Cottrell's 
King Fred, carpenter, wks Cochran, liamphrey & Co's 
King Geo. machinist, h 08 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 (J rand and Harrison 
Kinnaird Robert, machinist, h n w c Henry and Fairfield Av 
Kinuan I. N. physician w s Calhoun opp Court House, h w s Webster b 

Dawson and Williams 
Kinnee John E. shoemaker, bds 8G E. Main 

Kintuer Daniel B. clerk Ewing Estate, 91 W^. Main, bds Mayer House 
Kintz Alex, bricklayer, h s s Douglas west of Cass, Bloomiugdule 
Kintz Chas. bricklaver, bds Alex. Kintz's, Bloominudalc 
Kintz James, (Holmes, Pfeifi'er & 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 13G Jackson 
Kirsch Anton, drayman, h 133 E. Lewis 

Kirspie Chas. machinist, wks T., W. & 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 
Kiser Jacob, tailor, bds v has. Schoenlein's 
Kiser Peter, dry goods e s Calhoun b Main and Columbia, li 70 W. 

Wiiyne 
KISNfiR THOS. J., Physician and Surgeon, Office, Swinncy's 

iilock. 11 s .Main b (Jalhouu and Clinton; bds Mayor House 
Kitclicll S. I',, law >tudour with Worden &, Morris bds Union House 
KLAEHN JOHN J., Manufacturer and Dealer in Cabinet Furni- 
ture, Upholstery, Mattresses, iVf., 41 W. Main ; h s s j\'arl 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. Washington 
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 Lasselle 
Klinke Conrad, laborer, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 
Klinkenberger J. laborer, wks P , Ft. ^Y . & C. R. R. Shops 
Klix Hugh, grocery, s s Main b Broadway and Van Buren 
Klopper Henry, laborer, wks Trier & Tagmeyer's 
Klotz Daniel, clerk, 101 Columbia 
Klug Geo. carpenter, bds John Andre's 

King 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 Water 

Knappenberger John, (K. & Edsall) bds Aveline House 

Knecht Chas. tinner 49 Columbia, res Bloomingdale 

Knecht Dorainick, cabinet maker, h 165 Holman 

Knecht Frank, laborer, h s s High west of Lima Plank Road, Blooming- 
dale 

Knigh Caroline, waiter, Aveline House 

Knigiit John, bds Christine Gebel's 

Knight John, clerk, 18 W. Berry 

Knightheffer W. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Knoden Geo. AV. varnisher, wks A. J. Emrick's 

Knoderer Geo. painter, bds 146 Broadway 

Knothe Julius, (K. & Mettler) h 51 E. Jefferson 

Knothe & Mettler, (Julius K. & Peter M.) blinds and cigar boxes, s w c 
Water and Lafayette 

Kuowlton Geo. W. (Root & Co.) res New York 

Knox John J. h 122 W. Wayne 

Koch Anthony, laborer, h 32 W. Lewis 

Koch Anton, b 29 W. Lewis 



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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 VV. tailor, h 123 Lafayette 
Kochel Kichard, engineer, wks Bloomingdale Flour Mills 
Kochs Frank, machinist, h s s High west of Lima Plank Road, Bloom- 
ingdale 
Kochmeier Henry, laborer, wks 0. D. Hurd's 
Koekmeyer 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 
Kohlnian Jacob, watchman, h 145 E. Jefferson 
Kohlman John, laborer, h n s Montgomery b Barr and Lafayette 
Kohnlein Adam, butcher, h 21 W. Berry 

Kohrmann Barney, drayman, h e s Clay b Washington and Jefferson 
Kolb Geo. A. laborer, h 198 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 
Kostarenske 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 Obediali J. (Anderson & K.) 
Krack A. teamster, h n e c Lewis and Division 
Krack Benedict, laljorer, wks J. & K. Baker's 
Kraff C. hclpLM-, wks P., Ft. W. k C. R. R. Boiler Yard 
Kraft Krod. watchman, h u s Lewis h Division and Walnut 
Kraft Frederick, carpenter, h e s Lafayette b Virginia and Wallace 
Kramer Bernard, cutter 25 E. Main, ii 47 Madison 
Kramer C. clerk !)() (.'oimnbia, bds 126 Madison 
Kramer Jolm, slater, li s s Wallace b fiafayette and Barr 
Kramer Matthias, slater, b s s Lasselle b Lafayette and Cass, Lasselle's 
Addition 



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Kramer Martin, laborer, h n e c Lafayette and Lewis 

Kramer Wm. molder, li 147 Madison 

Kramer Wm. laborer, li 147 Hanna 

Kratzingcr Christ, glue maker, h w a Lima Plank Road, Bloomiu gdale 

Kratzsch 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 

Rretuer Joseph, wood turner n s Canal b Clinton and Barr, h 135 Madison 

Krider C. P. laborer, wks N. G. 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., Mocllering & 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 Laftvyette 
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 
Kuehn 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 Ewiog and 

Griffith 
Kulp John A. chair maker, bds 11 Montgomery 
Kummer Albert, polisher, wks Sutermeister & Becker's 
Kunkel E. B. machinist, h 128 B. Wayne 
Kuntz Fred, shoemaker, res Geo. Nill's, Bloomingdale 
Kuutz Jacob, machinist, h 254 W. Jefferson 
Kurban Michael, laborer, h e s West b Pritchard and P., Ft. W. & C, 

il.R 
Kuttner Joseph, carpenter, h 235 E. Jefferson 



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Kutzsche Maro-aret, widow, h s s Melita b Webster and Hoa^laud 
KYLE A. P. & CO., Pump Manufacturers and Repairers, 164 

Broadway, near P., Ft. W. & C. R. R 
Kyle Abram P. (A. P. K. & Co.) h 106 Broadway 



Is 

Laap Henry, baker, bds sec Calhoun and WashinojtoQ 
Ladd Warren, clerk 64-^ Calhoun, h 129 \V. Wayue 
Lafreuz Henry, drayman, h 278 W. Jefferson 
Lageman Rudolph, laborer, h 207 Lafayette 
Lahmeyer Daniel, carpenter, h 252 W. Jefferson 
Lai hie Christian, laborer, h n s Henry b Hoaglaad 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, (xMoses L. & Max K.) cigars and tobacco, Key- 
stone Block 
Lammla John, pottery, n s Huntington Road west of Bridge 
Lampke Henry, h 19 W. Washington 
Lampman David, h n s Holmau b LafViyette and Clay 
Lancaster J. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 
Landes Jacob, carpenter, h e s Clinton b Main and Berry 
Landsmann Fred, laborer, h w s N. Cass b 1st and River, Bloomingdale 
Landsmann 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 & Calhoun b Main and Columbia, li Bloomingdale 
Lang Edward, foreman job room Ft. Wayne Democrat Oifice, bds s w c 

McClellan and Lewis 
Lang 'Jeo. barber, h c s Lima Plank Road b River and 1st, Blooming- 
dale 
Lang Henry, batcher, bds Fred. Eckard's 

Lang Henry, clerk H. Gr. Wagner's, Calhoun opp. Court House 
Lang Joseph, carpenter, h s s Jefferson b Francis and llarmer 
Lang Leonard, engineer, h n e c Bass and Prince 
Lang Peter, laborer, h 129 Jackson 
Langc fJ. car inspector. P., Ft. W. k C. R. R. Shops 
Lange J. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. K. Car Shop 
Lange I'rof. Rudolph, at Concordia College 

Langohr John, teamster, h w s Lima Plank Road, Bloomingdale 
Lanigan i.-'atrick, laborer, h s e c Broadway and P., Ft. W. & C. K. li 
Lankeu;iu Frank, carpenter, h 80 W. Jeffersoa 
Lankeii;iu Henry J. printer, h 82 W. Jefferson 
Lapp ili.iiry, baker, wks Ed. F. Glaser's 

Lapp n< . ly, laborer, h n s Douglas w of Lima Pland Road, Bloomingdale 
LARGE REV. JOSEPH S., Rector Trinity Episcopal Church, h 

164 W. Wayue 
Larrabet Mary, widow, res Thomas Larrabec's 



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Larrabee Thoiaas, 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 ar.d Llm 

Lauer Fred, laborer, h n w c Madison and Francis 

Lauer Henry, brick layer, h s s ]S' irdlinger w of Bluflfton Plank Jload 

Lauer John, watchman, h n s Taylor w of Pine 

Lauer Paul, groceries, s w c Barr and Jeiferson 

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 Isa^ic, (L. & Bro.) h 75 W. Berry 
Lauferty Max J. (L. & Bro.) h 95 W. Main 
Laughlin 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, h 35 Douglas Av 

Lawson J. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. VV. & 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 W. Jefi"erson 

Leach John W. carpenter, h n s Poplar b Fairfield A v. 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 Blufi'ton 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. Jefierson 
Lefier John, carpenter, h 58 W. Washington 
Legras John, h 6b E. Wayne 

LeGras 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, h 220 E. Washington 
Lehman S. H. tinner, n s Lewis b Calhoun and Harrison 
Lehmkuhle Fred, policeman, h 12 W. Washington 
Lehmkuhler Casper, stone mason, h e s Barr b Lewis and Montgomery 



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Lehnecke Fred, machinist, h n s P., Ft. W. & C. K. K. b Fairfield Av. 
and Webster 

Lehnert Henry, laborer, h 146 Jackson 

Lehr Geo. P. laborer, h. 145 E. Lewis 

Lehr Justice, brick layer, h w s Webster b Berry and Wayne 

Leib Henry, plasterer, b 77 Madison 

Leibmann Ehinehold, shoe maker, bds 84 E. Wayne 

Leiehner Conrad, bar keeper, 120 Columbia 

LEICHNER JOHN, Columbia Ecstauraut 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 

Leikaut Nicholas, laborer, h 23 Hood 

Leininger Jacob, laborer, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Leininger 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, Bloomiugdale 

Lenacher John, brakeman, h n s Holman b Barr and Lafiiyette 

Lendgraf John, laborer, h s s Wallace b Lafayette and Barr 

Leneke Fred, machinist, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Machine Shop 

Lenhardt H. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. K. Car Shop 

Lenker Henry, cabinet maker, wks 50 E. Main 

Lenker Valentine, laborer wks Bloomiugdale 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. R. Shops 

Lepper Henry, cabinet maker, h 240 E. Jefferson 

Leser Henry, teacher, h 196 Barr 

Leutz Fred. (L.& Kessler) h e s Lima Plank Road b 4th and 5th, Bloom- 
imrdale 

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 u e c Water and Clinton 

Levi August, peddler, h ti7 W. Main 

Lew J. foreman. P., Ft. W. & 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 31ain St. Exchange 

Lewis Henry, laborer, h w s Lafayette b St. Francis and Crcightou 

Lewis Lydia, milliner, bds 220 W. Main 

Licof John, butcher, h w s Barr b Berry and Wayne 

Lidey Andrew, h s c c Hcrndon and John 

Liebcr Margaret, widow, h 1()1» Ijafayettc 

Liebmanu Ernst, carpenter, bds 15G Harrison 

Lieken Geo. laborer, n s w c Barr and Jefferson 



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Ligget James, carriage maker, bds Maia St. Exchange 
Ligget E. A. (A. D.Reid & Co.) bds Main St. Exchange 
LILLIE & BROTHER, (John & James) Wholesale and Retail 
Dealers in Lime, Cement, Plaster, Lath, Coal, &c , Office, 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 e of Corp. 
Line 

Limbert Casper, blacksmith, s s Maumee Road e of Corp. Line 

Limeeooly 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 Knappenberger & Edsall'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 234 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 Wm. h s e c Washington and Ewing 

Lindley Nelson D. machinist, bus 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 

Lingenfelscr 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. Jefferson 

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. Jeff"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 3Ionroe 

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. Jeff'erson 

Loag Geo. W. (Snider & L.) bds 79 E. Main 

Locklin S. W. millwright, h s s Lewis b Lafayette and Clay 
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Loder Johu B. molder, h s s Montgomery b Hanna and Francis 

Logan Jane, widow, res Lot Logan's 

Logan Lot, brakeman, h s s Durje b Hoagland and Fairfield Av 

Logan Wm. L. blacksmith, h 59 Douglas Av 

Logg Wm. carpenter, b w s Fairfield Av. b Poplar and Henry 

Lobman Wm. tailor, res Bloomingdale 

Lohmeier Henry, drayman, h s e c Montgomery and Monroe 

Lobmcier Jobn, carpenter, b s s Lewis b Harrison and Webster 

Lomas Cbas. molder, wks Bass-& Hanna's 

Lomont Adolpbus, molder, b e s Madison b High and Bowser, Bloom- 
mgdale 

Lonergan Jobn V. machinist, b e s Gay b Jones and Grant 

Lonergan Margaret J. widow, b 158 Madison 

Long Freeman, bds Hedckin House 

Long Geo. driver, bds Cbas. P. Fletcher's 

Long Hattie J. widow, h n e c Lafayette and Wallace 

Long John, clerk 48 Calhoun, h 203 E. Washington 

Long John C. W. brakeman, b n s Williams b Calhoun and Harrison 

Long 3Lirtin, butcher, bds Fred. Eckert's 

Long Mason, bds 85 Barr 

Long P. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Longhenry Ernst, file grinder, b 81 E. Wayne 

Loop James, laborer, b 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, b s s Lasselle b Hanna and Cass, Lasselle's 
Addition 

Lordier Philip, shoemaker, h s s Baker b Harrison and Webster 

Lordier Philip, shoemaker, b 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 k Son's 

Lowery Milton, fireman, bds Clark Suider'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 Douglas Av 

Loyer Stephen, laborer, h s e c Lasselle and Cass, Lasselle's Addition 

LubkiuLT Ciias. constable, b 33 W. Jeflerson 

LUERS RT. REV. JOHN H., Bishop of Fort Wayne, Resi- 
dence w s Clinton b Jefferson and Lewis 

Luethy Andrew, laborer, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Lubmann Wm. tailor, b ssHigh west of Lima Plank Road, Bloomingdale 

Lukeu Herman, laborer, h 221) E. Jefi'erson 

Luley F. J. pattern maker, wks Bass & Hanna's 

Luloy Frank, core maker, h s e c Hanna and Jones 

Jjuley Jacob, putteni ni.ikor. b n e c Hanna and Jones 



LUMBARO LUCIAN, 

Co.. 21 Clinton ; Ixi.s T'.i 



;ont Giovcr & 
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Luley Philip, molder, h e s ffanna b Jones and Grant 

LUMBARD S., General Fire and Life Insurance Agent, Office 11 

w s Clinton b Main and Columbia; li 79 "VV. 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. K. II. Shops 
Ijyles 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 B. Main 

Lynn Lewis, watchman, h 197 W. Washington 

Lytic Frank W. student, h 146 W. Berry 

Lytle Wm. book-keeper Ewiug Estate 91 Main, h 146 W. Berry 

Mc 

McArthur Archibald, laborer, h 63 E. Water 

McBennett Francis, carpenter, bds Geo. Myer's 

McBradnev Hugh, laborer, h n s Main b Van Buren and Jackson 

McCafi"rey''T. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. 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. B. 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 
McClellaa Quin, brakeman, h n s Holman b Barr and Lafayette 
McClure David B. millwright, h 215^ W. JeflFerson 
McClure J. W. fireman. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 
McCord Geo. S. carpenter, h 46 Bluflfton 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, &e., Manufacturers of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron 

Ware, 87 Columbia 
McCullough Benj. W. bds 9 E. Wayne 
McCuUough 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. Jefi'erson 
McDermott J. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 



124 FORT WAYNE [McK] DIRECTORY. 



McDermott J. brass finisher, wks P., Ft. W. & C. K. R. Machine Shop 
McDermott James, molder, h e s Calhoun b Wallace and Hamilton 
McDermott Joseph J. blacksmith, h s s Charles b Lafayette and Clay 
McDole J. engineer, 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 
McElfatrick 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 Jefi'erson 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 k Co's 
McGraw Thos. fireman, h n s Baker b Calhoun and Harrison 
McGraw Thos. laborer, h n s Bass b Hoagland and Prince 
McGuire Michael, molder, bds National Hotel 

McGuire Owen, telegraph repairer, h n s Baker b Calhoun and Harrison 
Mclnncrney Thos. laborer, h n w c 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 xVv. and Henry 
McKean AVra. T. machinist, h 184 B. Jefi'erson 
McKee John H. clerk, nee Calhoun and Railroad 
McKendry Daniel, rodman City Engineer's Oflice, h s w c Melita and 

Harrison ^ 

McKendry Thos. hostler, bds Jackson Swain's 

McKenzie Geo. machinist, h s s Butler b Fairfield Av. and Hoagland 
McKenzic Wm. F. helper, bds s s Lassellc b Hanua and Cass, Lasselle's 

Addition 
McKeon James, h s s Brandriff' b AVebster and Hoagland 
McKinley Perry, teamster, h n e c Lima Plank Koad and 1st, Bloom- 

ingdale 
!McKinney Mortimer, fireman, bds Clark Snider's 
McKINNIE HENRY, Proprietor Railroad Eating House, on P., 

Ft. W. &, C. K. R. Track b Calhoun and Clinton 



FORT WAYNE [McQ] DIRECTORY. 125 ! 

McKinzie W. P. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop | 
McKnight James, blacksmith, h s s Lasselle b Lafayette and Cass, Las- i 

selle's Addition | 

McLachlan James C. boilei* 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 & Co.'s 
McLachlan Wm. pattern maker, bds sec Harrison and Brackenridge 
McLain Clara, res Dr. Evan Snider's 
Me Lain Geo. H. dentist, at 98 Columbia 
McLain Robt. driver, U. S. Express Co 
McLane Patrick, ice dealer, h 228 E. JeiFerson 
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, brakeman, h 183 Layfayettc 
McMillan Wm. brass finisher, wks 48 E. Main 
McMillen John, boiler maker, wks T., VV. & 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 
iVPcMuUen 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 
McNamara Daniel, molder, h n e c Lafayette and Wallace 
McNAMAB-A 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 Sij E. Main 
MePhail Wm. foreman, h 202 Ewing 
McQuiston Wm. H. book-keeper 103 Columbia, bds 153 W. Washington 



126 FORT WAYNE [MAN] DIRECTORY. 



M 



Mack Mary, waiter, wks Railroad Eating House 

Madden Dennis, laborer, h 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 acd Hough 

Maguire Jane, widow, res Albert F. Schoenbein's 

Mahan Anthony, laborer, h u s Baker b Webster and McCIellan 

Mahan Bridget, widow, h 108 W. JeiFerson 

Mahan James, blacksmith, bds Adam Francis' 

Mahan Thomas, conductor, h 168 W. Jeflferson 

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 G. 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 xMaiu b Calhoun and Har- 
rison; A. Freeman, Jr., Proprietor 

Mainer F. carpenter, wks P., Ft. VV. & C. R. R. Car Shop 

Major David H. fireman, bds 93 E. Jeiferson 

Major John, h rear 28 E. Berry 

Malatt 31rs. S. J. h s s Baker opp McCIellan 

Malcolm John, carpenter, h w s West b Pritchard and P., Ft. W. & C. 
Railway 

Malonc Elizabeth, widow, h e s Hood b Pritchard and P., Ft. W. k C. 
Railway 

Maloy Anna, widow, res Geo. W. Morgan's 

Maloy Edward, eugiuoer, bds S. J. Malatt's 

Manaray J. C. carpenter, h w s Maiden Lane b Main and Pearl 

Mauawich F. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 

Manchester Counet, fireman, bds 2U0 Lafayette 

Maugan Bridget, widow, h s w c Fairfield Av. and Walnut 

Maugcot John, res Joseph Le Gras' 

MANIER HYPOLITE, Saloon and Boarding House, 50 Columbia 

Maiiicr Victor, fireman, h 21G E. Washington 

Maiimillcr C. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Manning Mary, widow, h w s Fulton b Washiugtou and Jefferson 

Mannix Patrick, laljorcr, bds National Hotel 

MANNIX THOMAS, B"ot and Shoe Manufacturer and Dealer, 
.").") Columbia; ii s v. c Calhoun and Holmau 

Mannogg Otto, currier, wks Manok k Shoeliiiorn's 

Mannstacrfcr Jacob, laborer, h 2ti Nirdlinger 

>Luinwicler Christian, blacksmith, h s .s Duryee b Hoagland aud Fair- 
field Av 

Manok Caroline, widow, h n s Higli w of Cass, Blooniingdalc 



FORT WAYNE [MAU] DIRECTORY. 127 



Manok & Shoellhorn, (Simon M. & John S.) tanners, n 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 Gr. clerk Post OflBce, 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 Hauna b Lasselle and Buchanan 
March J, carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 
Marhanke Christian, laborer, h 108 Madison 
Marhenke Fred, shoe maker, h s s High w of Lima Plank lload, Bloom- 

ingdale 
Marheuke Henry, laborer, h s s Washington b College and Nelson 
Markey Lawrence, bagcrage master, h w s Calhoun b 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. & 

Daul. Markley) Manufacturers, Jobbers and Retail Dealers in Boots 

and Shoes, 4 Keystone 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 n w e Jefferson 

and Ewiug 
MARSHALL E. T., Druggist and Chemist, n w e Barr and Wayne 
Martin Barney, laborer, h n s Baker b Harrison and Webster 
Martin C. N. boardins,- house, s w c Calhoun and Baker 
Martin J. helper, wks" P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 
Martin Jane, widow, h 107 W. Water 
Martin John, gi'inder, 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 Holman, 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. Shop_s 
xVIathieu 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 234 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 
I\Iauerer John, 1 iborer, h n s Wayne e of Harmer 



128 FORT WAYNE [MET] DIRECTORY. 

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 AVater 
Maxfield Sarah, widow, h n s Duck b Calhoun and Clinton 
Mayer Andrew, (M. k Graffe) h s e c Wayne and Harrison 
MAYER CHARLES F., Physician and Surgeon; Office and 

, Eesidence, 111 Barr 
Mayer Geo. J. E. (Geo. J. E. M. & Co.) h s o e Wavne 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 & GRAFFE, (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 Wayne and Calhoun ; John W. Bull, 

Proprietor 
Mayer Lorenz, driver, h 47 E. JeflFerson 
Mayer Louis, (M. & Grieb) h 8 Montgomery 
Maylaud Frederick, laborer, h 230 W. Washington 
MAYOR'S OFFICE, 9, w s Clinton b31am and Columbia ; Henry 

Sharp, Mayor 
Medsker Isaac N. (Gilliland & M.) bds 204 Lafayette 
Meegan T. J. time keeper P., Ft. W. & C. R. R., bds 185 Clinton 
MEEGAN THOMAS, Chief Clerk Motive Power Department P., 

Ft. W. k C. B. 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 
Melliuger Jacob, clerk, American House 
Melzer Herman, laborer, wks Schroedcr & Kayser's 
Mentze Frederick, laborer, h n s Lewis b Division and Walnut 
Menz Wm. tailor, h G8 E Jcfiersou 
Mercer Jennie, res Henry Sharp's 

MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK, n w c Main and Cal- 

huuii ; S. Cary Ph'ans, President ; D. P. Whedou, Vice-Presidcut ; 
Dr. John S. Irwin, Cashier 

Meredith L 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, kc-., 78 Co- 
lumbia ; h :»4 W. Main 

Mcrriiig Henry, laliDrer, h o s Monroe b Montgomery and llolmau 

Merz Piter, carpenter, h 1 9G E. Lewis 

MESING CHARLES, Bhicksmith Shop and Steel Plow Mauu- 
lacturcr, n s AN'atcr li ("allidui) and Clinton 

Mcthcaiiy Andrew, carpontor, h 2IMi 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. Jefferson 

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 (ieorge 

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 e Holiuan 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, Bloomingdale 

Meyer Gustav J. clerk Meyer Brothers & Co., bds 118 Harrison 

Meyer Henry, h 29 Hood 

Meyer Henry, blacksmith, sec 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 Jjouis, 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 

Meyers Fred, laborer, h n s High west of Cass, Bloomingdale 

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 



130 FORT WAYNE [MIL] DIRECTORY. 



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 

Miehaelis 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. R. R. Machine Shop 

Mideowitz Joseph, laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Miflin James, barljer, e s Calhoun b Wayne and Washington I 

Miles Chas. engineer, h 215 W. Washington 

Miles David, engineer, h s w c Madison and Hanna 

Miller C. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. 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. & AV. R. R. Round House' 

Miller Chas. T. tinner, h 106 Wilt 

Miller Christian, cigar maker, bds John L. Miller's 

Miller Christian, helper, h n s Butler b Webster and Hoagland 

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 Aveliue House 

Miller E. boiler maker, wks Bass <t Hanna's 

Miller Eliza, waiter. Railroad Eating House 

Miller Elizabeth, widow, res Bernard Kramer's 

Miller Elizabeth, widow, h n s Buchanan b Lafayette and Cass, Lassello's 
Addition 

IMiller 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, Lasselle's 
Addition 

IMiller Mrs. Geo. widow, h 10 W. Berry 

Miller Geo. cabinet maker, res Bloomingdale 

Miller Geo. turner, bds 1-19 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. (^o 

Miller Lsaac, 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 110 Laiayetle 

Miller Jerry, machinist, bds Wm. S. Cannon's 

-Miller Jolui, laborer, hds Li!) Harrison 

Miller JoliH II. iii.K hiiiisi, h s e c Marion and Bowser, Bloomingdale 

MILLER JOHN M., ALuiufacturer and Dealer in Fine Furniture, 
Chairs, iMatlrasscs, Looking Glass Plates, \c., 50 and 52 E. 
Main ; h 52 E. Jefferson 



FORT WAYNE 



[MIT] 



DIRECTORY. 



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Miller Joseph, carpenter, li s s Higli west of Lima Plank Eoad, Bloom- 

ingdale 
Miller L. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 
Miller Louis W. carria2;e 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, 05 E. Main 
Miller Lucy, waiter, Railroad Eating House 
Miller Martin H. bds 10 W. Berry 
Miller Mike, teamster, h 218 W. Washington 
MILLER & MOEITZ, (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 Chas. Fink's, h 191 Ewing 
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. 

& 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. H. (M. & Rossington) at Hcdekin 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.) Hedekiu 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., (Ewing & Miner) Office, 91 W. Maiu; res. e s BlufFton 

Plank Road near Corp. Line 
Miner James, teamster, h w s Bluiftou Plank Road south of Nirdlinger 
Miner Wanton, dr; yman, h n s Pearl b Ewing and Griffith 
Minick Phillip, teamster, h s e c 3d and JN. Cass, Bloomingdale 
Minier Frank li. carpenter, h 229 E JelFerson 
Minnewisch Fred, carpenter, h 200 Barr 
Minnie Nancy, h u 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 fritehard 
Misner James, painter, h e s N. Cass b River and 1st, Bloomingdale 
Misuer 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 



132 FORT WAYNE [MOR] DIRECTORY. 



Mittin S. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. H. Machine Shop 

Mixer Chas. H. clerk, bds 53 \V. Wayne 

Mobley Mary, widow, h w s Hood b Pritchard and Eailroad 

Moderwell H. C. ticket clerk P., Ft. \V. & C. R. R., bds Aveline House 

Moeck B. clerk 54 E. Main, bds 233 Lafayette 

Moellering Chas. (Krudop, M. & Bro.) 

Moellering Henry, machinist, h 55 E. Lewis 

Moellering Wm. (Krudop, M. & Bro.) h 61 Montgomery 

Moering Henry, laborer, wks Bass & Hanna'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 & Go's, bds 46 Columbia 

Mohr Joseph D. book-keeper Allen Hamilton & Go'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 
Mollring Chas, brick layer, h 209 W. Washington 
Moloy E. engineer, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 
Momer John, machinist, wks Bass and Hanna's 
Momer Louis, molder, wks Murray & Baker's 
Mommer 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. G. Olds k Son's 
MONNING HENRY, Treasurer Allen County ; Office in Court 

House ; h n w c Clay and Wayne 
Monning John D. clerk County Treasurer's Office, res. Henry Monning's 
Monroe Jennie, servant, Mayer House 
MONSON REV. L. W., Presiding Elder Ft. Wayne District M. E. 

Church ; Residence, 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, ii n s Lewis b Francis and Harmer 

31oor8 xMiss N. F. clerk 105 and 107 Columbia, bds 144 W. Main 

Moorehead Daniel, sawyer h 117 W. Water 

Moran Eda, widow, h s c c Griffith and Jefferson 

Moran Feter, ice dealer, h 201 E. Wayne 

Morbeck Albert M. carriage trimmer, wks Thos. Stevens' bds 45 E. Maiu 

Morehouse Mary M. widow, h 214 W. Washington 

Morel Edward, machinist, h s e c Gay and Jones 

31orel James, laborer, wk.< B:iss & ILinna's 

Morel James, molder, bds see Gay and Jones 

Morel John, molder, h n c c Gay and Jones 

Morell Chas. shoem;iker, bds 10 W. Wayuc 

Morell Christ, h 10 W. Wayne 

Morell Henry, (StelUiorn & M.) h 189 Griffith 

3Iorey Edwin, conductor, h s s Lewis b Calhoun and (Jlinton 



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MORGAN & BEACH, (Oliver P. M. & Frederick B.) Dealers in 
Hardware, Cutlery, Mechanics' and Farmers' Tools, Belting, &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. Washington 
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 
Moulton E. 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. Jefi'erson 

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 

Mublfreith 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. Jefi'erson 

Muller Victor H. driver U. S. Express Co., bds Main Street Exchange 

Mullett Wm. helper, bds National Hotel 

Mumer John, machinist, h 168 E. Lewis 

Mumer Louis, molder, h 176 E. Lewis 

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 



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Munson Chas. A. clerk n w c Jefferson and Broadway, h 17G W.- Wash- 
ington 

Murch Richar^l, conductor, bds Mrs. S. J. Malatt's 

Murchy David H. machinist, h 182 W. Wayne 

Murphy Barney, laborer, bds Fred. Herbst's 

Murphy Daniel, laborer, h n s Wall west of Hood 

i\Iurphy Geo. laborer, h s s Colerick b Hoagland and Prince 

Murphy J. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. K. K. Shops 

Murphy James, laborer, bds Fred. Herbst's 

Murphy Johanna, widow, h s s Colerick b Hoagland and Prince 

Murphy John, helper, bds Thos. Lynch'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. ct Henry B.) Engineers, Mill- 
wrights, Iron and Brass Founders, Manufocturers of Steam Engines, 
Boilers, Mill Machinery, &c., e s Calhoun south of Railroad Depots 

Murray James, engineer, h 14 Moutiromery 

Murray Kerr, (M. & Baker) h 97 VV. Washinirton 

MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OP NEW 

YORK. John Hough, Agent, 'A) Calhoun 
Jlyer 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 Jefferson and Wilt, h GG Wilt 
Myers Geo. molder, bds 22 Madison 

Myers Geo. C. carpenter, h n s Brackenridi;e b Webster and McClellan 
Myers H. laborer, wks P.. Ft. W. ct C. R.^R. Shops 
MYERS & HALL, (Wm. H. M. k 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. ct C. R. R. Lumber Yard 
Myers James D.' carpenter, h u c c Clinton and Duck 
Myers Michael, res Geo. Myers' 
INIyers S. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. it C. P. R. Shops 
Myers Samuel, firenian, h u e c Lafayette aii<l Charles 
Myers Wm. blacksmith, h n w c Williams and Hoagland 
MYERS WM. D., I'hysician and Surgeon. Office w s Calhoun b 

Main and Berry, over H. G. Wagners Drug Store; h l(jl W. 

Jefferson 
Myers Wm. H. (M. it Hallj h IT)! W. Wayne 
Myers Wm. II. rcjiitrautor, h w s Fairfield Av. b T., W. it W. R. R. and 

Locust 
Mycrson Philip, h ITi) W. Washington 
Myerson Raphael, h ii»7 W. Wayne 



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N 

Nabold C. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. K. K. Lumber Yard 

Nachtrieb J. F. hats and caps, 13 Clinton 

Nagel Frederick, porter, h 93 W. Jefferson 

Naiirwolt Wm. carpenter, h s s Wilt b Van Buren and Jackson 

Nash S. C- clerk, h 81 W. Main 

NATIONAL HOTEL, J. J. Leifels, Proprietor, nee Barr and 

Holm an 
Nave 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 
Neff 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. K. R. Shops 
Keidhard Joseph, cabinet maker, wks 44 W. Main 
Neiman Gottlieb, grocer, h 140 Harrison 
Neimeyer Henry, (Geo. Burlager & Co.) h 157 Madison 
Neimeyer Henry, laborer, h s s Lewis b ]jafayette and Clay 
Neireiter C. B. saddles, &c., 122 Columbia, h 169 W. Washington 
Neireiter Christ, shoemaker, h 92 W. Washington 
Neireiter Conrad, (N. & xMiller) h s e c Wayne and Grifl&th 
Neireiter Conrad, sen. h 93 W. Washington 

NEIREITER & MILLER, (Conrad N. & Wm. M.) Manufactu- 
rers and Dealers in Horse Collars, Leather, Findings, Hides, &e., 

121 Columbia 
Neirman G. laborer, wks. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 
Nellifjan Michael, machinist, bds n w c Calhoun and Baker 
NELSON DeGROFF & CO., (DeGroff N.& Isaac D.G. Nelson) 

Dealers in Agricultural Implements, Seeds, Flour, Grain, Nursery 

Stock, &c., 66 Calhoun, opposite Aveline House 
Nelson Elmore, liatter, 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. 11. contractor w s Harrison b Berry and Main, 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 Manufacturer 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 



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Neuroth 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., "\V. & 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 
Nichter Otto, molder, wks Murray & Baker's 
Nickum Sarah, res 48 B. Main 
Niebel Mary, widow, h s w c IJoagland and Bass 
Niedermcier Paul, laborer, h n e c Lafayette and Wallace 
Niemann Gottlieb, (Hildebrand & Co.) h 140 Harrison 
Nieraeier Henry, laborer, wks Bass & Hanna's 
NIERMAN H. & M., (Herman ct Martin) Proprietors Stone 

Brewery, s w c 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 c c Harrison and Washinirtou 
Nill Edward H. (Geo. C. Nill & Co.) bds 34 W. Washington 
Nill Geo. boots and shoes, 140 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 II. Nill) Druggists 

and Pliarmaceutists, 78 Calhoun, b Berry and Wayne 
Nill Geo. E. clerk 14U Columbia, bds Geo. Nill's 
Nill Henry, boots and shoes, 14U Columbia 
Nill Henry E. druggist, bds n c c Harrison and Washington 
Nindc L. M. (N. & Swaync) h w s FuirBcld Av. south of Corp. Lino 
Ninde & Swaync, (LindJey M. N. & Samuel F. S.) attprucys, u s Main b 

Calhoun and Harrison 
NIRDLINGER A. & M., (Albert & Max) Palace of Fashion, Mer- 
chant Tailors, Clothiers and Dealers in Gents' Furnishing Goods, 1 

Keystone IJIock, s w c Calhoun and Columbia 
Nirdlingcr Albert, (A. & M. N.) h 33 W. Main 
Nirdlinger F/lias, clerk Frank \ Tlianhauscr's, bds 33 ^V. Main 
Nirdlingcr Fred, h 33 W. Main 
Nirdlingcr Max, (A. & M. N.) h 33 W. Main 



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Nisli Geo. painter, h s e c Clinton & Barr 

Nitsclie Chas E. architect, li s w c Barr and Jefferson 

Nix Valentine, shoe maker, h 80 E. Jefferson 

Nohe Joseph, grocery and boots and shoes, nee Broadway and George 

Nohe Wm. shoe maker, h s s Nirdlinger w of Bluffton Plank Eoad 

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 Lafiiyette and Clay 

Nolan Michael, laborer, h w s Smith near south Corp. Line 

Noll Adam, tinner, h 235 E. Lewis 

Noll Ann E. widow, h n s Coleriek b Hoagland and Prince 

Noll Barbara, widow, h 185 E. Jefferson 

Noll Benedict R. book-keeper Mayer Brothers & Co., bds Mayer House 

Noll Chas. (Raab & 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 E. 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 e Main and Van Buren 
Noll Melchor, shoemaker, bds 146 E. Wayne 
Noll Peter^ painter, h n e c Butler and Webster 
NORTON W. H., Book and Job Printer, Book Binder aud Blank 

Book Manufacturer, n w c Main aud Clinton ; h n 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 Rockhill House 
Nushman John, shoemaker, wks 74 Columbia 
NUTTMAN J. D., President 1st National Bank of Ft. Wayne, s e c 

Main aud Court ; h u e c Berry and Griffith 
Nuttman John M. clerk Bash & Eakin's, h 168 W. Berry 

O 

OAKLEY B. W. & SON, (Benj. W. & Chauncey B.) Dealers in 
Foreign and Domestic Hardware, Cutlery, Belting, Saddlery and 
Carriage Trimmings, 79 Columbia 
Oakley Benj. W. (B. W. O. & Son) res St. Joe Township 
Oakley Chauncey B. ( B. W. Oakley & Son) res. Benj. 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 Hoagland 
OCCIDENTAL BILLIARD ROOM, e s Calhoun b Berry and 

Wayne, D. Hannum, Proprietor 
O'CONNELL & BRO., (Daniel & John) Billiard Hall aud Restau- 
rant, e s Calhoun b Berry and Wayne, adjoining Aveline House 
O'Connell Daniel, (O'C. & Bro.) h n o c Wayne and Hanua 
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O'Connell John, li n s "Wayne b Clay and Monroe 

O'Connell John, (O'C. & Bro.) h n e c Wayne and Hanna 

O'Conner Joseph, agent, h n w c Garden and "Wilt 

Oellschleger Fred, tailor, wks J. Sellers & Go's 

OflFenloch M. painter, wks P., Ft. ^V. & C. K. E. Paint Shop 

Ofi'euloch 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 e Lewis and Webster 

Ohneck Mary, widow, h 85 E. Jefferson 

Ohnhouse Mrs S. widow, h 187 E. Jefferson 

Old Fort House, Edwin Wilder, proprietor, nee Main and Lafayette 

Olds H. Ct. (^N. G. 01ds& 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 X. G. (N. G. 0. k Son) h 121 E. Wayne 

OLDS N G &. SON, (N. G. & H. G.) Manufacturers of Spokes, 
Hubs, Felloes, Bent Material, &c., s s Railroad b Lafixyette and 
Clay 

Oliphant Charles, engineer, h 261 E. Washington 

Olkruse Ernst, laborer, h rear 17G E. Wayne 

O'Ncil Patrick, bar keeper, n w c Calhoun and Baker 

O'Neil Philip, machinist, bds John W. Decter's 

O'Neill Catharine, widow, h s s Wallace b Lafayette and Clay 

O'Neill Jack, brakeraan, 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 

Opcnshaw James, machinist, bds Geo. Openshaw's 

Oppelt Joseph, engineer, h n w c Main and Fulton 

Oppenhcimer Abraham, h 5-4 W. Berry 

Oppculieinier Jacob, pedlar, bds 173 W. Washington 

Oppenhcimer Pete, (Sam »fc Pete) bds Mayer House 

Oppenhcimer Piudolph, clerk A. tt M. Nirdliuger's, bds 54 W. Berry 

Oppenhcimer Sam. (Sam. 6:, 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 Bluffton Plank Road 

Orcutt Maggie, h s s .Madison b Barr and Lafayette 

Orcutt I'hiiip, carpenter, bds 4'J W. Main 

ORFF C. & CO., CChristi:m 0., Martin A. Noll & John G. Noll) 
Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Millinery, &c., 103 Colum- 
bia. See card, page 38 

Orff Christian, (C. Orff ct Co.) h u w c Calhoun an.l Water 

Orff Gottlieb, carpenter, h 15(1 Clinton 

Orff Henry, music tcaLher, h 2;5(i E. Washington 

Orff John, Empire Flouring Mills west end Main street, re^ country 

(Jrnie Geo. boiler maker, h n w c Hood and Railroad 

Orndorff Nathan, laborer, h n s Holnian b Lafayette and Clay 

O'Rourke Francis, tailor, h 45 E. Water 



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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 MeClellan opp Douglas Av 

O'Rourke P. S. master transportation P., Ft. W. & C. E. R., h w s Me- 
Clellan opp Douglas Av 

OrfF J. W. engineer, h 124 W. Wayne 

Orr Robt. engineer, bds 86 E. Main 

Orth Fred, clerk, h n e c Douglas Av. and MeClellan 

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 

Osenbaugh J. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

O'Shaughnessey Martin, laborer, h n w c Colerick and Hoaglaud 

O'Shaushnessey Nora, servant, 9 E. Wayne 

Oster A^ helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. E. Blacksmith Shop 

Ostermau 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 

Overpeek 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 Eoad, 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 



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Pasino Joseph, machinist, h e s Lafayette b Buchanan and St. Francis 

Pattee Richard A. teamster, h s s Melita b Harrison and Webster 

Patten Chas. horse shoer, s s Columbia b Barr and Lafeyette 

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. <fc 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. Jeffei-son 
PAUL & KOESTER, (Wm. P. & Christian K.) Dealers in Stone, 

Lime. Cement, Plaster, &c.. Office nee Pearl and Cass 
Paul Wm (P. & Koester) h IG W. Jefferson 
PAUL WM., Dealer in Family Groceries, Provisions, Flour, Feed, 

&c , 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.s. 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 
Peppcrt Amos, cooper, h s s Wayne b Hauna and Francis 
Pe({ueno Felix, clerk 79 Columbia, bds Kockhill House 
Pcijuegnot C. F. laborer, h c s Hanna south of South Corp. Line 
Petjuonot Frank, laborer, h c s Force south of Grant 
Perkins A. printer, bds Hedekin House 
Perpcar John, laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Perrot August, h s s Lassclle b Lafayette and Cass, Lasselle's Addition 
Perry B. bricklayer, h n w c Bluffton Plank Road and Nirdlingcr 
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 c c Melita and Kansas 
Pcttengill Mrs. A. M. dress maker, bds 86 E. Main 
Pcttyjolin Augustus, clerk A. i^ M. Nirdlingers, bds American House 
Pettyjohn Ellon, clerk 91 Columbia, h 59 W. Main 
I'cttyjohn John, clerk 86 Columbia, h 59 W. Main 
Pettys Edwin, machinist, h 243 Lnfaycttc 

PetzingerF.,jr. b.-ilor maker, wk.>* P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Boiler Yard 
Fetzinger F., sen. boiler maker, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Boiler Yard 
Petzingcr Louisa, widow, res Dietrich Myers', Bloomingdale 
Pfciffer Christ, cattle broker, h e s Lima Plank Road north of Canal 

Feeder 
Pfeiffcr Christian, (Holmes, I*. & Co.) res country 



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Pr'eifFer Christian C. laborer, h w s Hanna b Holman and Hough 
PFEIFFER J. C. & CO., (John C. P., Fred. Wehrs & Jacob 

Thuinm) Proprietors Bloomiugdale Flour Mills, e s Lima Plank 

Road at Canal Feeder, Bloomingdale 
Pfeiffer John C. (J. C. P. & Co.) res country 
Pfeiflfer Joseph, stone cutter, wks Sutermeister & Becker's 
Pfleger Joseph, teamster, h 96 W. Berry 
Phelps Abbie H. teacher, at Jefferson Public School 
Phelps Geo. clerk, bds 107 Jackson 
Phelps James C. Ibrakeman, 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 204 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 Lafayette 
Phillips John, hostler, at Old Fort House 
Phillips M. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 
Phillips Patrick, laborer, h s w c North Cass and 2d, Bloomingdale 
Pickard Thomas R. foreman Bass & Hauua's, h s s Washington b Barr 

and Lafayette 
Pichon xVugusta, 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 and Jefferson 
Piepenbrink Eliza, (Mrs. B. & E. P.) h n w c Calhoun aad Jefferson 
Picper Frederick, blacksmith, h 69 W. Jefferson 
PIERCE J. S., Planing and Flooring Mill and Bedstead Manufoctu- 

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.) h 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 Kansas 
Pio Wm. collar maker, h n e c Lima Plank Road and 1st, Bloomingdale 
Pipenbriuk Conrad D. grocery, 54 W. Washington, h 48 W. Wash- 
ington 
Piper Fred, machinist, T., W. & W. R. R. Machine Shop 
Pisauo Martin, shoe nuiker, h 02 W. Jefferson 
Pishon Fiank, laborer, h 145 Hanna 

PITTSBURGH, Ft. WAYNE & CHICAGO RAILWAY, 

Freight Depot and Office, nee Clinton and Railroad Track 

PITTSBURGH, Ft WAYNE & CHICAGO RAILWAY, 

Machine, Blacksmith, Boiler, Car, Paint, Coppersmith Shops, 
Round House and Yard, u s Railroad Track, b Clinton and Clay 
Pittsburgh, Ft. Wayne & Chicago Railway Passenger Depot and Ticket 
Office, on Railroad b Calhoun and Clinton 



142 FORT WAYNE [PUT] DIRECTORY. 



PITTSBURGH, Ft. WAYNE & CHICAGO RAILWAY, 

^\ extern Division General Otfice, nee Iiaih-oad and Clinton 

Plcgemeier Fred, laborer, wks Cochran, Humphrey k Co's 

Flock Herman, fireman, h 19G ^\' . Jefferson 

Ploor Ellen, widow, h w s Calhoun b Jefferson and Lewis 

Pluege Louis, h n s High \i of Cass, Blooraingdale 

Plues Sherman, fireman, bds Luther Wright's 

Poffenberger Jacob, former, h Uo E. Jeftbrson 

Poffenberger Joshua, fireman, h U3 E.Jefferson 

Pogeman Wm. laborer, bds John Hofiet's 

Pogilear Frederick, wagon maker, bds Gl Montgomery 

Poitsch Frederick, basket maker, h s s Water b Cass and Ewing 

Polhamus Albert H. engineer, h e s Lafayette b Montgomery and Holmau 

Poliban Geo. harness maker, bds 227 E. Wayne 

Pond Frank W. book-koeper 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 

Posthaucr Chas. W. printer, bds John M. Koch's 

POST OFFICE, e s Court b Main and Berry, Moses Drake, P. M 

Postou E. W, patent right agent, h u s Jones b College and Nelson 

Potter John, carpenter, bds s w c 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 (iriffith 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 15G E. Wayne 

Peyser Hiram, pattern maker, k 17G W. Jefferson 

Pranger Barnc}', laborer, bds John PL Pranger's 

Pranger Conrad, laborer, h 204 E. Washington 

Pranger John II, 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 liaker b McClellan and Fairfield Av 

Prentiss Chas. C. res Joseph K. Prentiss', Bloomingdale 

Prentiss Joseph K. (J. C. Bowser i^ Co.) h s e c Lima Plank Road and 
3d, Bloomingdale 

Prcsslor Geo. carpenter, h n s Butler b Hoagland and Fairfield Av 

Pressler John, tinner, bds see Barr and Wayne 

Prince Mary A. waiter llockhill House 

Prince Thomas, machinist, h w s Lima Plank Head, Bloomiugdalc 

Privctt Scjuire, 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. it C. K. 11. K.uind II. .use 

Probasco Malilon, laborer, bds Clark Snidcr's 

l*roiiger Barney, laborer, wks N. (i. Olds it Son's 

I'rusard Wni. laborer, li .<? c c '.'>d and N. Cass, Bloomingdale 

I'ngli Sarah A. re.>' 71 E. Washington 

Putnam Harvey N. h 117 K Wayne 



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Queen Patrick, laborer, bds Catharine (ililforcrs 
Quick Louis, conductor, bds Mayer House 

Quicksell Peter, engineer, h e s Bluffton Plank Road b Laviua 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 

R 

Raab Fred. (R. & Noll) h 173 E. Washington 

RAA.B JOHN, Pork Packer and Dealer in Groceries, Provisions, &c., 

92 Columbia; h 112 W. Jefferson 
Raab & Noll, (Fred. R. & Chas. N.) 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 Plank Road, Bloom- 

ingdale 
RACINE A., Mauui^cturer of Horse Collars, 36 Columbia, sec Barr, 

res Bloomingdale 
Racine 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. Racine's, bds nee Clinton and Water 
Radabaugh Beuj. A. fireman, h s s Melita b Harrison and Webster 
Radabaugh Elijah, brakemau, 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 Jefl'erson and Lewis 
Raetze Tobias, carpenter, h 249 W. Wayne 

Rahdert Frederick, laborer, h u s George b Fulton and Broadway 
Rahe Henry, carpenter, h 127 Broadway 

Liaher Margaret, widow, h s s JeSersou b Union and Rockhill 
Rahling Conrad, tailor, h 95 Madison 

Rahthert Henry, planer, h s s High w of Lima Plank Road, Bloomingdale 
Railing Conrad, blacksmith, h 51 Madison 

RAILROAD EATING HOUSE, on P., Ft. W & C. R. R. Track 
b Calhoun and Clinton, Henry McKennie, Proprietor 

Raiser Geo. laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Rambo B. W. watch maker, 2 Aveline House Block, h 120 W. Wash- 
ington 

Ramsey Nancy, widow, h w s Fulton b Washington and Jefferson 

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 iMain ; h n e c Lafayette and 
Berry 
Ranka Henry, machinist, wks J. C. Bowser & Co's 
Ranke & Co. (Wm. R. & Wm. Yergeus) saw mill, nee Griffith and ^Y. 

& E. Canal 
Ranke Frederick, machinist, h 119 W. Washino-tou 
Ranke ^Ym. (R. k Co.) h 121 ^\. Washington ~" 
Ranuey James, h n w c Jefferson and Garden 
Ranz Adam, laborer, h 2-iO 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 Manufacturer and Dealer in Guns, 

Pistols, Fishing Apparatus, kc, n s Main b Calhoun and Harrison 
Eaquet Peter, gunsmith, h u 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, 
Pvintiug Presses ; also. Gear Cutting, -10 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. (xiss 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 
Eauner 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 ct Western Rail- 
way Co. ; Office, at Shops, on Railroad west of Ewing ; bds Daniel 
Stine's 

Read , painter, bds Mrs. Mary Trccp's 

READ A. J. & SON, (Andrew J. i^- Henry A.) Proprietors City 

Livery and Sale Stable, u s Wayne b Calhoun and Harrison 
Read Andrew J. (A. J. R. & Son) h u s Wayne b (.'alhouu and Harrison 
Read Henry A. (A. J. Read «)(: Son) h e s Ewing b Wayne and Wash- 
ington 
READ M. & CO., (Mo.ses R. & Franklin Johnson) General Pro- 

flucc l)calcrs, -11) Cnlumbia 
Read Mo.^os, (M. R. c'c Co.) h 12G W. Main 

I'cady David, engineer, h s s Colerick b l^rincc and Fairfield Av 
Reasoner 31innie, servant, Hanna House 
Redekcr Clias. conductor, Ixls ^hiyer House 

Hedelsheinur David S. (S. Redel^heinicr iV Son) h .")(! W. Wayne 
Redelsheinier Flora, clerk 91 Columbia, h IS W. ^\ ;iyno 
Redelslieimer H. notions, e s Calli<iun n.ar Main, li s c c Harrison and 

AVa^hingtcn 
ReilclsliciuM r M.ix, clerk, bds H. Rcdelshcinicr's 

REDELSHEIMER S. & SON, (Sign.und \- J>avid S.) Whole- 
sale l)cal(r.- ill ( Jrocfries. \\'iiu'.., ]ii(jUors, iVc, 'X] Columbia 
RedeUhrinicr Signiund, (S. R. A- S.m) li 4S W. Wayne 
Jlcdficld Geo. H. clerk, Mayer House 



FORT WAYNE [REI] DIRECTORY. 145 



Reed Frank, laborer, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Go's 

Reed Isaac N. molder, h 208 E. JeiFerson 

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 
Rtiffelt 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 Office, n w c Main and Calhoun ; David P. 

Eehling A. b'oilei^maker, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. 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 n s Williams b Harrison and Webster 

Rehm Christian, laborer, h 241 W. Washington 

Rehm Christ, laborer, h 128 Madison 

Rehm Peter, laborer, h s w c Lima Plank Road and High, Bloomingdaie 

Rehm Samuel, carpenter, h e s BlufFtou Plank Road b Lavina and Raii- 

road 
Rehnen Bernard, book-keeper 56 Calhoun, bds Gi 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) Manufacturers 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 sec Calhoun and Washington 
Reiling Fred, carpenter, h 5 Hood 
Reimermau "Henry, blacksmith, h 109 Broadway 
Rcinewald Henry, laborer, h e s Webster b Dawson and Williams 
Reinevvald Wm. laborer, h s w c Harrison and Dawson 
Reiuhard Mathias, shoe maker, h 239 E. Jefterson 
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 n s Nirdlinger west of Bluffton Plank Road 
Reiter Andrew C. printer, bds nee 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 [RIEJ DIRECTORY. 



REITER GEORGE, Manufacturer and Dealer in Cigars, Tobacco^ 

&.C., 3 Aveline House Block ; h w s Webster b Wayue and Berry 
lleitmiller Geo. laborer, wks Empire Flouring Mills 

REKERS B. JOHN, Carpenter, h s w c Ewinc and Washington 
REKERS CLEMENS A., Recorder Allen County ; Office, in 

Court House ; h L^ W. Wavue 
REKERS GERHARD, i/ealer in Family Groceries, Provisions, 

&c., u e c Ewiug- and Washington ; h ii w c Wayne and Webster 
Remer Frank, clerk,^Whiting k Kalbachcr's 
Eemert Henry J. foreman, Murray & l-aker's 
Remmert H. carder, wks Summit City Woolen Mills 
Remmert Herman, laborer, h n s Douglas opp Marion, Bloomingdale 
Remmert John H. pattern maker, h w s Calhoun b Jeifersou and Lewis 
Renaud Julia, widow, h n e c Water and Clinton 
Reneau 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 90 E. JeflFerson 

Renner W. F. blacksmith, h 9G E. JefTersou 

Renschlcr 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. Wayue 

Rentschlcr David, laborer, wks Sutermeister & Becker's 

Reuz Adam, laborer, wks Bass & Hauna's 

Reppie W. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Lumber Yard 

liesing John, cabinet maker, wks J. S. Pierce's 

Reup John, blacksmith, wks J. C. Bowser tt Co's 

Reynolds A. laborer, wksN. G. Olds & Son's 

Reynolds J. W. candy maker, h 105 Burr 

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 1\, Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Rhodcnbeck C. helper, wks P., Ft. W. ct C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Rhodes Josiah, cooper, wks Fred. Mettey's 

Rholeman W. painter, wks P., Ft. W. & C R. R. Paint Shop 

Rice Polly, widow, h n s Duck b Clinton avid Barr 

Pilchard David, cupalo tender, h s s Jjasselle b llanna and Monroe 

Richard Elizabeth, widow, h 14 E. Water 

Richard George, bill poster, bds 1-1 K. Water 

Richard John, laborer, bds 1-4 E. Water 

Richard Samuel, laborer, bds 14 E. Water 

Richards Daviii, cupalo tender, wks Murray iV Baker's 

Ri<hardson H. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. iV C. R. R. Machine Shop 

Kichey Amos, (McCulIoch c\: R.; h S7 W. Main 

Ridley iMary, waiter, Aveline House 

Richey Sarali, widow, h 12S Jackson 

Richmond A. L. h SO Montgomery 

Ridley Michael, jiorter IS W. Berry, h cor ])uiye and Fairfield Av 

Riedel John, teacher, h 1!)G liarr 

Riedlc Michael, laborer, li s s Duryc b Hoaglaud and Fairfield Av 



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Rieman S. D. clerk J. & P. Pierr's, h 61 E. Jefferson 

Rieter Frederick, drayman, li n e c Douglas Av. and Webster 

Riley Anthony, laborer, li 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 Road 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 & Go's 
Roach J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Roach James, laborer, h n w c Bauer 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 
Rocholl 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 e Main and 

Broadwav 
Rodabaugh -^^— , fireman. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 
Rodabaugh T. J. painter, h n w c Jefferson and Van Buren 
Rodemann John W. ciuar 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 05 Madison 
Rodenbeck Conrad, blacksmith, h IGO E. Lewis 
Rodenbeck H. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 



J 48 FORT WAYNE [ROS] DIRECTORY. 



Rodeubeck Wm. boiler maker, wks T., W. & W. II. 11. Boiler Shop 
Kodenberger Geo. laborer, h n s Henry b Hoaglaad aud Fairfield Av 
Pioeling Philip, laborer, h s s Oak b Division and Summit 
Roelle Frank, engineer, h w s Calhoun b Jefferson and Lewis 
Roelle Jacob, machinist, h w s Calhoun b Jefferson aud Lewis 
Roelle Susan, widow, h w s Calhoun b Jefferson and Lewis 
Roembke F. laborer, wks Bass Si Hanna's 
Roerentz 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 Brackcnridge 
Rohe August, molder, wks J. C. Bowser & Go's 
Rohley Frank, engineer, h 15 W. Jefferson 
Rohlmanu Wm. painter, h 181 Ewing 
Ruhrer John, (R. & Zollinger) res Bloomingdale 

Eohrer A: Zollinger, (John R. ct Henry C.^Z.) chair manufacturers, fac- 
tory u w c Clinton aud \Yater, warerooms 24 E. Water 
Rohs H. dry goods, notions, ifcc, 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 
Rollihau Kate, waiter, Aveline House 
Rolstou James, machinist, h n e c Clay and Hough 
Romaine Nicholas T. (Clark k R.) bds John JL Clark's 
Romary Armand, clerk 52 Columbia, h 8G E. Jefferson 
Romary Augustus, teamster, bds James Ldmonds', Bloomingdale 
Romary Joseph J. J. F. clerk 89 Columbia, h c s Monroe b Main and 

Berry 
Rombke Henry, carpenter, h 151 E. Lewis 
Ronan Patrick, laborer, bds John Lundys 
Roouey J. engineer. P., Ft. AV. & C. R. R. Co 
Roo])e Mary, widow, h 30 W. Lewis 

ROOT & COMPANY. (L. B. R., E. C. Rurode, E. F. Carry & 
Gcu. W. ivuowltun, 1)1' New York) New York Store, Wholesale aud 
Retail Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, 90 Columbia 
Root L. B. (R. it Company) bds Hamilton House 
Ropa Fred, carpenter, wks Cochran, Humi)lirey & Go's 
Ropa Wm. (F. Kanne i\: Co.) h s o c Jefferson aud Broadway 
Rose Amanda, widow, h 107 W. Jefferson 
Rose Anthony, laborer, h 75 W. Washington 

Rosenbaum F. saloon w s Calhoun near Berry, b s s Washington b Cal- 
houn and Harrison 
Rosenberg Morilz, lalmrcr, wks Schroedcr k Kayser's 
Rosenberger Clias. jjainter, li e s Lafayette b St. Francis and Creighton 
Rosenthal Albert, traveling agent, 5ti Calliouu 
Rosenthal Epliraini, horsi- dealer, li .30 W. Washington 
Jtosenthal Isaac M. physician w s Calhoun b Main and i>orry, h 10(» W . 

Berry 
Ro.scuthal Max, (Lamley \ R.) h 99 W. Wayne 




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Pritchard b Broadway and Van Buren 
at Hedekin House 

112 E. Berry 
ce and Jones 
Main 

W. & C. R. R. Shops 
ousc 
er, h 227 E. Wayne 
w c Calhoun and Jefferson 
C. Beaver's 
6 e 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 

s Mill three-fourths of a mile north of 

Auditor Allen County, Office in Court 

) res Bloomingdale 
Et. W. & C, R. R. Car Shop 
h 62 Madison 
veline House 
Lafayette b Main and Columbia 

s s Williams b Hoagland and Fairfield Av 
w c Madison and Lafayette 
s Wilt b Jackson and Union 

Jeiferson 

. Myers' 
ima Plank Road and 2d, Bloomingdale 
bds Rockhill House 

k, Rockhill House, s w c Main and 

ietor Rockhill House, s w c Main and 

J . Washington 
Francis 
c Lewis and Francis 
e south of Grant 
th of Grant 
E. Washington 
Jefferson 

itiiouiery b Barr and Laftiyctte 
\e b Hanna and Francis 
'•viie 
--r west of Bluffton Plank Road 



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Rodenbeck Wm. boiler maker, wks ^ 
Kodenberger Geo. laborer, h n s Hear] 
Roelins? Philip, laborer, li s s Oak b Dl 
Roelle^Frank, engineer, h w s Calhoun ^ 
Roelle Jacob, machinist, h w s Calhoun 
Roelle Susan, widow, h w s Calhoun b Jj 
Roembke F. laborer, wks Bass & Hanua' ^ 
Roereutz Rosa, widow, h 131 E. Washinj^ 
Roesier Henry, machinist, h n s Jefferson 
Rogers Bridget, widow, h 101 Jackson 
Rogers C. H. printer, bds Mayer House 
Roaers Henry, printer, bds 85 Barr 
Rogers John, h 152 E. Wayne 
Rogers O. D. carpenter, h 277 ^Y. Jefferso 
Rogers Wm. H. boiler maker, h 189 E. Je' 
Rogge Wm. carpenter, h n w c McClellau 
Rohe August, molder, wks J. C. Bowser M 
Rohley Frank, engineer, h 15 W. Jeffersoi 
Rohlmann Wm. painter, h 181 Ewing 
Rohrer John, (R. & Zollinger) res Bloomi 
Eohrer & Zollinger, (John R. & Henry '•' 

tory u w c Clinton and Water, warer( 
Rohs H. dry goods, notions, lVc, 84 Colui 
Roler John, drayman, h 58 W. Wayne 
Rolf Fred, stone mason, h s s Wall west 
RoUey J. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. 
Rollihan Kate, waiter, Aveline House 
Rolston James, machinist, h n e c Clny ■> 
Romaine Nicholas T. (Clark cS: R.) ' ' 
Romary Armand, clerk 52 Columbia, i; ^ 
Romary Augustus, teamster, bds Ja.uie= 
Romary Joseph J. J. F. clerk 89 Colui 

Berry . 

Rombke Henry, carpenter, h 151 h. Lew 
Runan Patrick, laborer, bds John Lundy 
Roouey J. engineer, P., Ft. W. tS: C. R. H 
Roo])c .Mary, widow, h oil W. Lewis 

ROOT & COMPANY, (1- B. R. 

(Jco. W. Knowltuii, uf New York); 
Retail Dealers in Foreign and Don 
Root L. B. (R. & Company) bds Han.llj 
Ropa Fred, carpenter, wks Cochran, 1' 
Ropa Wm. (F. Kanne Si Co.) h s e c 
Rose Amanda, widow, h 107 W. J' 
Rose Anthony, laborer, h 75 W. Was 
Ro.senbaum F. saloon w s Calhoun nc 

houu and Harrison 
Rosenberg Moritz, laborer, wks Schr<, 
Rusenbcrger Chas. painter, li e s LaJ 
Rosenthal Albert, tr.ivi ling agent, T 
Rosenthal Ephraim, horse dealer, h 
Rosenthal Isaac M. physician w s (j 
Jfcrry 
I Ro.scuthal Max, (Lamley cS: R) b 



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Rosner Julius, tailor, li 125 Wilt 

Ross Enoch, laborer, h 24 Wcall 

Rossbacher Carl, sLoemaker, h n s Pritchard b Broadway and Van Buren 

Rossino-ton Richard, (Mills & R.) at Hedekin House 

Rossington Win. h 112 E. Berry 

Rossington Wm., jr. brakeman, h 112 E. Berry 

Roth Barney, laborer, h n ^^ c Force and Jones 

Roth Fred, stone cutter, h 92 E. Main 

Rothert H. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Rothers Mary, cook, Eockhill House 

Rothmann Bernhard, bricklayer, h 227 E. Wayne 

Rothoff 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 lOG W. Washington 

Rowser Cass, bds 85 Barr 

Rubeo R. 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 
KUDISILL 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 Laftiyette 

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 

RUMSEY JAMES B., Clerk, Rockhill House, s w c Main and 
Broadway 

RUMSEY PHILO, Proprietor Rockhill House, s w c Main and 
Broadway 

Ruudel Chas. conductor, h 152 W. Washington 

Ruudel Isaac, h n e c Lewis and Francis 

Rundel Martin, brakeman, bds nee 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 Lafayette 

Ruppel John, boatman, h s s Wayne b Hanna and Francis 

Ruppel Paul, laborer, h 258 E. Wayne 

Rupple F. bricklayer, h n s Nirdlinger west of Bluffton Plank Road 



150 FORT WAYNE [SAR] DIRECTORY. 



Pturode E. C. (Root & Co.) bds Aveliue House i 

Rushton Samuel, blacksmith, h w s Fairfield Av. b T., W. & W. R. R. j 

and Locust 
Rushton Thomas, patent ritrht agent, h 128 Madison i 

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 & llanna's 
Ruthrauff Charles, book-keeper Empire Flour Mills, h IIG Clinton 
Ruthrauff W. H. clerk 90 Columbia, bds 146 Clinton 
Ruzer Wm. carpenter, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Car Shop 
Ryall John, civil engineer, h n e c Jefferson and Nelson 
RYAN DANIEL, Justice of the Peace; Office, w s Calhoun opp. 

Court House, Hamilton's Hall Building ; h s e c Brackenridge acd 

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 Holmau 
Ryan Rosanna, widow, h e s Pine b T., W. &. W. R. R. and Locust 



S 

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, sec Laf'iyette and 
Jefferson 

ST. NICHOLAS SALOON AND RESTAURANT, Con. 

Schcnek, Proprietor, e s Calhoun b Berry and Wayne 
Sale T. W. res Ft. Wayne Fen^,ale College w end of Wayne 
Salge Ferdinand, laborer, h 123 Madison 
Saliot J. F. carpenter h 15G E. Lewis 

Salmeyer Wm. carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Go's 
Salmon D. engineer, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 
Saloiiian Chas. boiler maker, wks McLachlan & Keill's 
SAM & PETE, Dealers in Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods, c 

rt Calhoun near Columbia 
Sampson Joseph, barber, 13G Columbia, h n s. Wayne b Francis and 

Hanna 
SANDER C. W., Manufacturer and Dealer, in Boots and Shoes, 

Leather, Fimliiigs, &c., 82 Columbia ; h lOl W. Washington 
Sanders John, brakeiiian, bds Main St. Exchange 
Satidcrs John, teainslcr, li 1J;{ E. Lewis 
Sanders Wm. street sprinkler, h 80 W. Washington 
Saiiner Ernst, laborer, h '.I? W. Jefferson 
Saruent Wm. h 121 I'l. Lewis 
S;,p.cnt Wm. bla.ksmilli. b 1;;7 K. Lewis 
SARNIGHAUSEN JOHN D., Hditor and Publisher Indiana 

Staats Zeituug ; Oilice, n c c Columbia and Clinton 



FORT WAYNE [SCH] DIRECTORY. 151 



Sarver James P. carriage painter, 118 W. Main 

SAUNDERS BENJAMIN, Justice of the Peace ; Office, w s 
Calhoun 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 Calhoun b Grand and Highland 

Saurs David, laborer, bds Mary Saurs' 

S lurs 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' 

SAUSER 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 Melitn b Webster and Hoaglaud 

Savugot Nicholas, laborer, h u 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 

Scanlan 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 110 Jackson 

Schack Wm. shoemaker, h 101 Madison 

Schaefer Christian, teamster, h s s High w of Lima Plank Eoad, Bloom- 
ingdale 

Schaefer Gottleib, laborer, h 10 Hood 

Schaefer Wm. boiler maker, wks McLachlan & Keill's 

Schaellkopf J. F. (B. Weisser & Co.) res Buffalo, Is^. 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 n s Washington b Francis and Harmer 

Scharer John E. shoemaker, h n s Washington b Francis and Harmer 

Schatz John, shoemaker, bds 101 W. Washington 

Scheafer Theodore, tinner, h 155 E. Lewis 

Scheele Henry W. laborer, h 1G7 Holman 

Scheffer Joseph, (Weiman & S.) h u e c Wayne 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. Main 

Scheie August, bricklayer, h n s Wallace b Lafayette and Clay 

Scheie John, porter 56 Calhoun, h s s Wayne east of Francis 



152 FORT WATNE [SCH] DIRECTORY. 



Scheie John F. bricklayer, h 100 Griffith 

Scheie Julius, bricklayer, h s e c Walnut and Oakley 

Scheie Julius, laborer, h 190 Griffith 

Scheie & Lauer, (A. F. S. & Eeueilict L.) groceries aud provisious, 5 E. 

Islam 
Schell James H. attorney, office sec Court and Main 
SCHENCK CON., Proprietor St. Nicholas Saloon aud Kestaurant, 

e s Calhoun b Wayne and Berry; h 17 W. Jefferson 
SchepfJohn, machinit^t, wks T., W. & \V. R. R. Machine Shop 
Scherer Christian, grocery w s Calhoun b Wayne aud Washington, has 

Broadway near P., Ft. W. ct C. R. R 
Scherer Frederick, carpenter, h 05 E. Washington 
Scherer Fred, laborer, h w s Oakley b Walnut aud Poplar 
Scherson Nicholas, laborer, bds 107 Hohnan 
Scherzinger Primus, (Trcnkley & 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 
Schewcn F. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. E. R. Car Shop 
Scliick Rev. Geo. rector at Concordia College 
SCHIEFER C, Manufacturer and Dealer in Boots, Shoes, Leather, 

Finding.s, etc., 100^ Columbia 
Schiel'er Geo. h rear 18 E. Wayne 
Schiefer Wm. clerk, lOO^ Columbia 
Schiefer Wm. shoemaker, h 242 E. Wayne 
SCHIEFERSTEIN PHILIP, Meat Store and Bologna Sausage 

Manufacturer, n s Main b Clinton and Barr 
Schicldmeycr Christian, shoemaker, h 172 ^V. Jefferson 
Sohietz John, laborer, wks N. G. Old.s ct Son's 
Schildmeyer Christian, h 172 W. Jefferson 
Schildmyer F. laborer, wks F., Ft. W. .t C. R. R. Shops 
Sci illing Frank, (Keller A: Co.) h 241 W. Jefferson 
Schilling John, laborer, h 2-il W. Jefferson 
Schilling PoKic, bds s w c Calhuun aud Washington 
Schilling Robt. bds s w c Washington aud Calhoun 
Schineman C. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. ^ C, R. R. Car Shop 
Schineman F. carpenter, wks P., Ft* W. ct C. R. R. Car Shop 
Schirmeycr Anthony, laborer, h IS W. Washington 
Schirmeycr C. L. hats, caps, iS:c., 07 Columbia 
Schirmeyer Chas. W. jjaiuter, bds IS W. "Washington 
Schirmeycr John, bds Wm. Schirmeyer's 
Schirmeyer Louis, clerk 07 Columbia, h l."52 E. Jeffcrsou 
Schirmeyer Jiouis, hat store, h KU F. Jefferson 

Schirmeyer Wm. clerk 07 Columbia, h u a Main b Maiden Lane aud Cass 
Schitz John, laborer, bus Lasselle b Clay aud Monroe 
Schlabaker Geo. bds II, C. F. Westrumb's 
Schmalhaus Fred, cabinet maker 40 E. Main, h es Calhoun b Berry aud 

Wayne 
Scl.mall Gottlieb, laborer, h w s Broadway b Wilt aud Pritchard 
Schmalz Chas. J. tailor, h LS E. W:,yno 
Sclimi;ides (jCO. carpenter, h 200 W. Jefferson 

Sehiiiiiuicr Ilrnry, marble works, c s Calhoun b Washington aud Jefferson 
SCHMETZER M. P., Clerk, 71 Columbia; h 234 W. Wash- 

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FORT WAYNE [SCH] DmECTORY. 153 



Schmetzer Frederick, clerk, h 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., (Wra. 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 Blufftou Plank 
Road 

Schmidt Geo. stone mason, h n w e 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 a 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 

Schuelker 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 

Sehockers L. car inspector, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Schoenbein Albert F. draughtsman, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R., h s w c 
Lewis and McClellan 

Schocnlein 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 

Schouc Henry, grocery, 221 E. Washington 

Sehopmau Henry, laborer, h 137 E. Lewis 

Schoppmau Wm. carpenter, h s s Hough b Clay and Monroe 
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154 FORT WATNE [SCH] DIRECTORY. 



SCHOPPMAN WM., Dea'er in Family Groceries, Provisions, &c., 
also Saloon, o 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. (Markley, 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 <• 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 Holman and Monroe 

Schroeder Frederick, shoemaker, h 126 Madison 

Schroeder G. cutter 3 Keystone Block, h 168 B. 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 l<ouis, (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 

Schuckman Henry N. tinner, 81 Columbia 

Schuckman John G. (Wilson, S. & Mahler) h n e c Calhoun and Wayne 

Schue Ferdinand, tailor, bds 175 Ewing 

Schuerman P. carpenter, wks P., Ft W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 

Schuhmacker Agnes, widow, res Wm. Englen's 

S^huler John, laborer, h 214 E. Jefferson 

Schulthaus Rosanna, h 237 E. Wayne 

Schultheis C B. cutter 71 Columbia, h n s Wayne b Clintou and Barr 

Schultheis John, carpet weaver, h 85 E. Lewis 

Schultz C H. saloon, 65 Columbia 

Schultz 1*. 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 

b'chulz Wm. laborer, h w s John near S. Corp. Line 

Schuiiiacher John, laborer, h n s Charles b Lafayette and Clay 

Schumacher Wm. sexton, h 48 E. Wayne 

Schunk Frank, clerk, J. M. Foelliuger's 

Schuurbergcr C. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Round House 

Schupmaii W. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 

Schwagcr Peter, h n s Holman b Barr and Lafayette 

Scliwahn i^iilip, carpenter, h 153 Hanna 

Schwartz Chas. saddler, wks ;t2 Columbia 

Schwartz Chas. (8. &, Rudolph) bds Phillips House 

Schwartz Frederick, harness maker, bus Butler b Hoagland and Fair- 
field Av 



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Schwartz Geo. helper, h 6 Hood 

Schwartz John A. farmer, h w s Calhoun b Butler and Henry 

Schwartz Meinhart, pattern maker, h n w c Broadway and P., Ft. W. & 

C. R. R 
SCHWARTZ & RUDOLPH, (Chas. S. & Frank B.) Manufac- 
turers of Saddles, Harness, dollars, &c., 17 E. Main 
Schwarz Budolpli, h s s Pearl b (/riffith and Fulton 
Schwarzkopf Joseph, cooper, wks Bioomingdale Brewery 
Sehwear Wm. boiler maker, h s w c Jeiferson and Monroe 
SCHWEDES REV. F. R., Pastor First German Reformed (St. 

John's) Church; Residence, 57 VV. Washington 
Schwegel Jacob, collar maker, h s s High west of Lima Plank Road, 

Bioomingdale 
Schwegel Wm. collar maker, h s s High west of Lima Plank Road, 

Bioomingdale 
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 Ciiatoa 
Scriven E. H. B. clerk 79 Columbia, h 164 Ewing 
Seabold Henry, carpenter, h 24 Hood 
Seabold John, teamster, h s w c Van Buren and Jefferson 
Seabriug Jacob, carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Co'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 
Seiboid David, groceries, w s Lima Plank Road north of Douglas, 

Bioomingdale 
Seidel Edward, ice, h 107 E. Main 
Seigel Jacob, helper, wks Murray & Baker's 
Seimann Conrad, laborer, h 208 Ewing 
Seimon Chas. laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Seitz Hugo, contectioner, 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, Bioomingdale 
Sellers Amos J. teamster, h s w c Gay and Jones 
Selluer Albert, c'erk E. Weisser & Co's, res Bioomingdale 
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 Holman 
Seybold Fred, boarding house, sec Calhoun and Washington 



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Seybold Gottlieb, laborer, h s w c Oakley and Walnut 

Shadle H. fireman, P., Ft. W. & C. E. R. Co 

Shafer G. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C R. R. Lumber Yard 

Shaifer Chas. carpenter, li e s N. Cass b River 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. R. Shops § 
Sharp Abbie J. teacher, res nee Calhoun and Water ' ' 
Sharp Carrie S. teacher, res nee Calhoun and Water '^,--. 
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 Ellon, widow, h n s Baker b Webster and McClellan 
Shcehy Ellon, widow, h n e c Bluffton Plank Road and T., W. & W. R. R 
Shell Edward, engineer, h s s Melita b Webster and Hoairland 
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 

Shepcrd 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. ct C. R. R. Boiler Yard 
Shcppard 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 Montgomery 
Sheriffs Office, in Court House ; John McCartney, Sheriff 
Sherlock W. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C E. E. Car Shop 
Shciwood D. W. h w s Calhoun b Dawsou and Williams 
Shidcl Chas. barber, s s Berry near Calhoun, Aveliuc House Block, h 

115 Barr 
Shilling Bernard, huckster, h w s Murrcll b Wall and P., Ft. W, ct C. 

R. R 
Shilling Miss M. c^ Co. (Miss Mary S. & Susan Lau) millinery, w s Cal- 
houn b Main and Columbia 
Shilling Mary, (Miss M. S. iV Co.) h s w c Calhoun and Washington 
Shimau I'hnst, carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Co's 
Shoaff A. P. book-keeper A . <.S: M. Nirdliuger's, h u e o Lima Plank 

Road and 2d, Blouniiiigdalc 
Shoaff Chas. W. .lerk ^5 Columbia, bds SO E. Berry 
SHOAFF J. A., Proj.nit.ir Shoaff's Art Gallery, Keyhtouo Block, 

s w c Columbia and Calhoun ; bds 148 E. Berry 
Shoaff Peter, harness maker, llf) Columbia 



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Shoaff S. A. miller, h s w c Berry and Clay 

ShoafF S. H. saddles, 119 Columbia, h 86 E. Berry 

Shoaff Thos. B. (McDousal & Co.) h 86 E. Berry 

Shoaff Wade C. (Abbotr& S.) h 76 W. Berry 

Shoellhorn John, (Manok & S.) h 89 W. Water 

Shoemaker James S. book-keeper 83 Columbia, bds 34 W. Washington 

Shoms Nicholas, helper, h s s Sturgis west of Fulton 

Shone R. carpenter, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Car Shop 

Shordou 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 

Sltiman 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 

Shurick Frank S. tel. operator. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R., bds 9 E. Wayne 

Shurick John S. stave manuf., h 141: E. Beriy 

Shuster John, laborer, h e s Lafayette b Virginia and Wallace 

Sibray Nathan, carpenter, h 224 W. Wayne 

Sidle Isaac, engineer, h e s Garden b Washington and Jefferson 

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. Kirdlinger's, bds 133 W. Washington 

Siemon Rudolph, (Siemon, Bro. & Co.) h 100 E. Jefferson 

Siept Chas. helper, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Sierren J, carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 

Sievers Ferdinand, clerk 86 Columbia, bds Phillips House 

Sihler Christian, clerk Meyer Brothers & Co., bds Wm. 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. VV. & C. E. R-, Office 
nee Clinton and Railroad, bds Henry McKinnie's 

Simonson James H. book-keeper, bds 140 W. Wayne 

Simpson Geo. machinist, h s e c Barr and Jefferson 



158 FORT WAYNE [SMI] DIRECTORY. 

Sinclair John, h 127 Van Buren 

Sinclair Saral. 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, stone cutter, bds 50 Columbia 

Singer's Sewing Machine Agency, 2 Aveline House Block 

Singleton John, laborer, h s w c Baker and Harrison 

Singleton 3Iichael, jailor, h s s Baker b Calhoun and Harrison 

Singleton P. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine 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 Rockhill House 

SKINNER REV. THOS. H. Jr., D. D., Pastor First Presbyterian 
Church ; boards Rockhill House 

Slagle Harvey, fireraai', bds Jane Smith's 

Slagle Samuel, eneiueer, 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. Barr's 

SLOAN & WOODMANCY, (Wm. S. & J. F. W.) Gold and Sil- 
ver Platers, w s Calhoun b Jeiferson and Lewis 

Sloane Richard, machinist, h e s Hauna b Jones and Grant 

SlocumC. E. tinner, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R R. Tin Shop 

Slocum Edward, h 238 E. Lewis 

SMART PROF. J. H., Superintendent of Public Schools ; Office, 
at High School, u s Wayne b Calhoun and Clinton ; boards Rockhill 
House 

SmaitS. F. teacher, bds Hanna House 

Smoad 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, ttc, 45 and 47 Columbia ; res Canton, Ohio 

Smith Mrs. widow, h s s Bass b Prince and Hoagland 

Smith A. laborer, wks Bass & IJ anna's 

Smith Alice E. teacher. Eighth Ward School 

SMITH C. L., Agent United States and American Express Co's.; 
Oflice, w s Harrison opp. Columbia ; h 128 W. Main 

Smith C. S. physician, h 34 Douirlas Av. 

Smith Chas. carpenter, wks T., W. A: W. R. R. Car Shop 

Smith Chas. macliinist, bds Christian Jjaible's 

Smith Chas. H. brakeman, h s w c Kansas and Grand 

Smith Daniel, teamster, li w s Lima Plank Road b High and Ijowsor, 
Blooming(];ile 

Smith i'aigcnc B. printer, bds 95 E. Herry 

SMITH G. A., Taxidermist, Saloon and Restaurant, 42 Columbia 

Smith G. W. hihorer, wks IJass ,t llanna's 

Smith Gilbert, sii^n painter, h s wc Lima Plank Road aud Bowser, Bloom- 
ingdalc 



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Smith 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. Shops 
Smith J. machinist, bds John W. Deeter's 
Smith J. L. carpenter, h 171 Clinton 
Smith J. McNutt, deputy postmaster, h s s Douglas Av. b Harrison and 

Webster 
Smith Jacob, bar keeper, Christian Dierstein's 
Smith James, machinist, wks Bass & Hanna'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, News Depot, Dealer in Periodicals, Stationery, 
Fruits, Confectionaries, &c.. Post Office Building ; h 22 E. Wash- 
ington 
Smith Margaret, widow, h n s BrandrifF b Webster and Hoaglaud 
Smith Martin foreman, Martin Schmidt's 

Smith Rev. N. S. h s s Brackenridge b Calhoun and Harrison 
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 Hoiman and Lewis 

Smith Sarah, widow, h n s Berry b Rarr and Lafayette 

Smith & Shorey, (Mrs. G. W. S. & Mrs. R. S.) dress makers and milli- 
ners, e s Calhoun b Hoiman and Lewis 

Smith Thos. C. painter, h 135 E. Lewis 

Smith Thos. J. brakeman, bus Brandriflf 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. E. (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 2-42 W. Berry 

Snell Wm. laborer, wks N. 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 

Suodgrass S. tinner, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Tin Shop 

Snodgrass Wm. 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 Shop 

Snyder David C. fireman, h 172 W. Jefferson 



J 60 FORT WAYNE [ST A] DIRECTORY. 



Snyder John, stone mason, bds Old Fort House 

Sobine Saml. H. carriage smith, wks Thos. Steven's, bds John Braiuard's 

Somers J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. 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 £. Washington 
Southern J. engineer, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co^ 
Soutter Gottlieb, clerk. Christian Scherer's 
Sovan F. molder, wks Bass & Ilanna'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 20-4 Lafayette 

Spegcl 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 

lioun, opp Keystone Block ; h 1-42 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 
Sj.iegle ]}. helper, wks P., Ft. W. it C. K R. Blacksmith Shop 
Spikcr Philip, carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Co.'s 
Spindley Geo. helper, wks Murray & Baker's 
Spindley Louis, machinist, wks Murray ^ Baker's 
Spittle 11. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. ct C. 1{. U. Shops 
Spraiidel Mary, clerk 5-4 Calhoun, bus Wayne b Clinton and Barr 
Spraiidle Wm. clerk, Avcline House 
Spraw Ed. helper, wks Murray iN: Baker's 
Spring Christian, h 1!»4 E. Washington 
Spring John, h I'.M E. Washington 
Spring Sanincl, shoe maker, li 180 E. Wayne 
Sj)ykcr Philip tr. carpenter, h !»H Wilt 
Stalil Christian, laborer, h w h Force b Joucs and Grant 
Staiil Frederick, laborer, h s s Ijaviha near Broadway 
Stahlhut Fred, teamster, h 107 Ewiiig 
Staihr Henry, blacksmitli, bds Hedekiu House 



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Staley John, laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Staley John T. bds Chas. Carfcwright's 

Stanger Henry, helper, wks Murray & Baker's 

STANLEY, BIEBER & CO., (Chancey S., Milton B. & Thos. 
J. Stanley) Manufacturers of Carriages, Buggies and Sleighs, 118 
W. Main. See card page (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., 26^ Calhoun, near 
Berry 

STATE INSURANCE CO, Office, 11 Clinton; J. L. Worden, 
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 

Steinbrenuer 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 

Stoiumann Catharine, saloon, 180 W. Washington 

Steinmetz John, helper, h w s Clay b Jefferson and Madison 



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DIRECTORY. 



Stellhorn Chas. (S. & Morrel) h 127 W. Water 

Stellhorn Dick, laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

STELLHORN HENRY, Bakery, 62 Columbia 

Stellhorn Henry, blacksmith, h 22 Madison 

STELLHORN & MORRELL, (Chas. S. & Henry M.) Manufac- 
turers and Dealers in Boots and Shoes, 86 Calhoun 

Stellwagon Joseph A. foreman, P., Ft. VV. & C. E. 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 S. 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 Hauna and Cass, Lasselle's 
Addition 

Stewart Chas. watchman, h 100 E. Washington 

Stewart John, brakcman, bds James Cdstle'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. 11. brakeman, h s s Bass b Prince and Hoaglaud 

Stliair Henry, carriage-smith, bds Hedekin House 

Stieger G. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C R. R. Car Shop 

Stier Jacob, molder, wks Bass (t Hanna's 

Stiers Geo. J. clerk 26 E. Main, bds 14 Jjafayette 

Stiers Henry, laborer, li w s Lafayette b Wayne and AVashington 

Stiers John stone dealer, h 186 E. Washington 

Stile C. laborer, wks N. G. Olds & Son'a 

Stillhorn H. black.smith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Stillwagon tieo. brakeman, h e s Harrison b IHghland and Dawson 

Stinikcr F. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Lumber Yard 

Stiuchcomb Geo. F. clerk, Mayer House 

Stine A. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 



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163 



Stine D. carpenter, wks P., Ft, W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 

Stiue Daniel, carpenter, h w s Harrfsou b Highland and Dawson 

Stine F. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 

Stiue J. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Stipes Henry, clerk Peter Kiser'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 Gr. 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 
Window Papers, Sheet Music, Musical Instruments, Newspapers, 
Periodicals, &g., 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, Bloomiugdale 

Stoll Jacob, laborer, h e s Lafayette b Buchanan and Lasselle 

Stone Wm. engineer, h 68 Douglas Av 

Stonebrunuer JR. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. 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 Blufftou 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 Bloomiugdale 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 Wm. wks Cochran, Humphrey & 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 

Striegoitz E. B. teacher, h n e c Broadway and Lavina 

Stricter Christopher, teacher, h 196 Barr 

Striker Anna, widow, h u s High west of Lima Plank Road, Bloomiug- 
dale 

Stiiker Elizabeth, widow, res Bloomiugdale 

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 and Harrison 

STRODEL M., Wine and Beer Saloon, and Bologna Sausage Manu- 
facturer, 1 E. Berry 

Strong E. R. clerk, Aveline House 



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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., u w c 

Jefferson and Broadway; h 219 W. Jefferson 
Strong Melvin H. engineer, h s w c Harrison and Alelita 
Strong Zachariah, h 39 Columbia 
Strope p. B. chief locomotive engineer P., Ft. W. & C. R. R., office u s 

Railroad b Clinton and Barr, h n 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. (\Vm. S. & John Butler) potash, nee W. & E. Canal 

and Ewing 
STUBNATZY REV. W. S., Pastor Emauuel-s German Evan- 
gelical Lutheran Church, h 223 W. Jefferson 
Stuck Daniel, brakeman, h s e c Van Buren and W. & E. Cunal 
Stuck Geo. watchman, h w s North Cass b 5th and 6th, Bloomiugdale 
Stuck le Jacob, helper, bds n w c Calhoun and Jefferson 
Studer Bernard, carpenter, h n s Lewis b Division and Walnut 
Studer Jerome, clerk 85 Columbia, bds 17 B. Lewis 
Stull Courad, laborer, res Blooniingdale 
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 Beiry, h 249 W. 

Main 
Sturzenbergcr Anthony, laborer, h 9-i E. Washington 
Sturzeubcrger Frank, sawyer, h 9i E. Washington 
Sturzenbergcr John W. clerk Lauferty ct Bro's., h 94 E. Washington 
Sturzenbergcr Michael, painter, h 94 E. Washington 
Sudbrink Wm. molder, wks Bass &, llanna'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 ami Clay 
Sullivan Tlios. clerk Joseph Clark's, bds 186 E Wayne 
Summer Clias. photographer, hill \V. Water 
Summers James, saloon, n w e Calhoun and Haker 
Suiiimcrs John, brickl.iycr, h n :- lliimiltoii b Ciiliioun and Clinton 
SUMMIT CITY WOOLEN MILLS, French, Hann.i ct Co.. 

Proprietors, s s W;.icr 1) Hair and Lafayette 
SUNDAY MORNING CHRONICLE, Freeman, Tigar .t Co , 

Publishcr.-4, u w e 31aiu and Clinton 



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Summers John, laborer, h n w f Calhoun and Baker 

Sui^erintendent of Public Schools, office in High School Building, n s 
Wayne b Calhoun and Clinton 

Suter F. marble cutter, wks Underbill & Young's 

Sutcrmeister 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 Hedekm 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 Jefiersou and Lewis 

Swan Mary H. principal Training School, bds Rockhill House 

Swaitz Amos, machinist, bds 146 Broadway 

Swartz G. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 

Swartz Henry, carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Co's 

Swartz M. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R.'R. Machine Shop 

Swayne James E. laborer, h Lewis b Clinton and Barr 

Swayne Ehoda N. widow, h n w c Berry and Rockhill 

Swayne Samuel F, (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 

Sweetser 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 

Swiuuey Thos. W. h west end of Jefferson 

Swinney 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 



Tasmeyer David, (Trier & T.) h 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 

Tarn Silas, clerk, h n w e Hamilton and Clinton 

Tarn Silas, jr. clerk O. A. Simon's, h n w c Hamilton and Clinton 

Tancey Michael, constable, h n s Melita b Webster and Kansas 



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Tapp Fred, bricklayer, h s e c Mauniee Eoad and Ohio 

Taylor Andrew, molder, wks J. C. Bowser & Go's 

Taylor (has F. (Brackenridoe & T.) h 34 W. ^Vater 

1 ay lor Clay, soap and candle factory, h 175 E. Jeflerson 

Taylor Elizabeth, wido-w, res Allen \\ . 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 B. Stewart. Judge Court of Common Pleas, h es Fairfield Av. 

south of Corporation Line 
TAYLOR R. .W., Produce Merchant and Grain Dealer, uw c Pearl 

and Maiden Lane, h 77 W Wayne 
Taylor Thos. 8. (Thos. 8. T. k Co.^ h 227 E. Lewis 
TAYLOR TBOS. S. & CO., Book and Job Printers and Pub- 
li.^hers 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, machini.-t, 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 Wm. machinist, h 94 W. Water 
Telegraph Dispatch. W. ILnskell, Agent, 43 Columbia 
Telley Thos. B. engineer, h w s Callioun b Highland and Dawson 
Temme Barney, laborer, h s w c Berry and Harmcr 

Templar Harry, wool carder, wk.< Summit City M'oolen Mills 

Templeton James, h e s Barr b IMontgomery and Holmau 

Templcton James, laborer, wks K. G. Olds & Sou's 

Tennue Henry, carpenter, h 17(» K. Washington 

Termal J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. .^ C. R. R. J31acksmith Shop 

Ternan Thomas, laborer, h 75 Madison 

Terry Geo. H. niolder, h 84 Montgomery 

THACKER WM H., Physician and Surgeon, s w c Calhoun and 
Jierry opp. Aveline llou^e; h 138 W. Wasliingtou 

Thain Geo. carpenter, h s w c Fulton and Sturgis 

Thain John, brick layer, has Washington b Uniou and Rockliill 

Thanhouser Sanil. (Frank & T.) li 47 W. Berry 

Thela B. laborer, wks P., Ft W. ct C. R. R. Shops 

Thiebold Christian, carpenter, h (i9 E. Jefferson 

Thielc Henry, (Henry T. it Co.) Ii n s Jefferson b Calhoun and Harrison 

Tliiele Henry iV Co., (Henrv T. iV Wm. Krusc) groceries, n s Jefferson 
b Calliouw and Harrison 

Thiele R. lal.orer, h 178 W.Jcffor.son 

THIEME ANDREW, Healer in Family (Jroecries, Provi.-ions, &.C.; 
n\>„, S;ilooi., lit! Uroadway 

Thicme Frcd.rick, clotluor, li 218 W. Berry 

Thicmc J. Fred. (J. (i, ThiciiK' it Bro ) h 180 W. Berry 

THIEME J. G. & BRO., (J"hn (5. it 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 a I'ritchard b Broadway and Jackson 



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Thomas 0. T, printer, bds n w c Jefferson and Jackson 

Thompson Barbara, widow, h 215 Lafayette 

Thompson Byron, farmer, h w s Bluffton Plauk Eoad s of T., W. & W. 
R. R. Track 

Thompson Jeremiah, porter, 18 W. Berry, h n w c Monroe and Lewis 

Thompson Joseph, molder, h 215 Lafayette 

Thompson Nelson, paver, bds nee 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 Broadway and Jackson 

Threadgall Martha E. h 220 W. Wayne 

Thumm Jacob, (J. C. Pfeiffer & Co.) i-es country 

Tickenbro F. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 

Tickler Wm. E. miller h 256 W. Jefferson 

Tiemann Wm. laborer, h 23'1 W. Washington 

Tiemon Fred, carpenter, h 26 Wall 

Tierny T. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R Shops 

Tigar John, (Freeman, T. & Co.) h 163 E. Berry 

Tigar Thos. (Tripp & T.) h 163 E. Berry 

Tigges Wm. h 141 E. Washington 

Tilker Cbas. 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 ^Vm. 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 Gr. saloon, n w c Hanna and Wallace 

Tochtermann Gottleib, saloon, n w c Hanna and Wallace 

Todd Robt. (Fronefield & T.) h 26 W. Water 

Toland 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. former, bus Holmaa b Lafayette 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 

Towuley Robt. W. (T. DeWald, Bond & Co.) res Elizabeth, N. J 

Township Trustee's Office, 78 Columbia, John Gr. Maier, Trustee 



168 PORT WAYNE [TRO] DIRECTORY. 



TOWNLEY, DE WALD, BOND & CO., (Bobt. W. T, Geo. 

DcW., Heury W. B., John C. (ioodrich & K. A. Greene) Dealers ia 

Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Cloaks, .Mantillas, Carpets, Oil Cloths, 

&c., 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 
Treep Anna, h w sBarr b Wayne 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 
Tremmel 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. & Scherziuger) bds Mayer House 
Trenkley & Scherzinger, (Celestin T. & Primus S.) jewelry, w s Calhoun 

b Berry and Wayne 
Trentman August C. (B, Trentman & Son) h a w c Harrison and Water 
Trentman B. H. 51 Clay, h 151 E. Wayne^ 
TRENTMAN B. & SON, (Bernard & August) Wholesale Grocers 

and Dealers in Liquors, 56 Calhoun 
Trentman Bernard, (B. T. & Son) h 10 W. Water 
Trentman Bernard, Jr. clerk 56 Calhoun, bds 10 W. Water 
Trentman Heury, (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 & Wigeut's 
Trcssell U. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Car Shop 
TRESSELT & BOTH, (Chas. T. & Theodore B.) Importers and 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in China, Glass, Queensware, Lamps, 

Cutlery, &c., 69 Columbia 
Trcsselt 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 g s Lafayette b Buchanan and Lasselle 
Trier Henry, (T. tt Tagmcyer) h s w c Water and Ewing 
TRIER & TAGMEYER, (Henry T. k David T.) Shingle and 

Jjath Mauul'acturers, n w c Ewing and W. tt E. Canal 

Trimble , carpenter, wks 0. D. Hurd's 

Trimble JMariou, brakeuian, bds 224 Lal'ayette 
Trimble Rebecca, seamstress, bds 92 E. Lewis 
Trimble Samuel, carpenter, h 92 E. Lewis 
Trioup Fred, watciiman, N. G. Olds ct Son's 
Tripp Rickerson M. ( L'. & Tigar) h 30 Madison 

TRIPP & TIGAR, (Rickerson M. T. ct Thos. T.) Shirt Manufac- 
turers and Dealers iu Geuts' Furnishing Goods, n w c Calhoun and 

Berry 
Trueller Emil, shoe maker, bds 101 AV. Washington 



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Trout E. drayman, h s s Washington b Clay and Monroe 

Troutraan Fred, baker, wks Stoner & Wigent's 

Troutmann Jacob, teamster, h 122 B. 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. R. R. Round House 

Tully T. engineer. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 

Tunison Mrs. N. Y. restaurant, w s Calhoun b Baker and Railroad 

Tunison 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 
Tyner Cyrus, harness maker, bds S. H. Shoaif'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. R. Machine Shop 

Ulrich Lizzie, waiter, Railroad Eating House 

Underberg Matthias, laborer, h 200 B. Jeff'erson 

Underfold Henry, carpenter, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Car Shop 

Underbill P. S. (U. & Young) h vv s Bluff"toa Plank Road near Corpora- 
tion Line 

Underbill & Young, (P. S. U.. & D. Y.) steam marble and building stone 
works, office and mill n w c Cass and Pearl 

Underwood Ellen, laundress, Harmon House 

UNDERWRITERS' AGENCY OP NEW YORK, John 
Hough, Agent, 50 Calhoun 

Unger Albert E. cigar maker, h 39 W. Washington 

linger Andreas, laborer, has Wilt b Rockhill and College 

Unger F. tinner, wks P., Ft. W. & C R. R. Tin Shop 

Unger Geo. physician, h -40 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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170 FORT WAYNE [VOR] DIRECTORY. 



UNITED STATES PENSION AGENCY, 28 E. Wayne; 

8ol. D. Bayless, Agent 
Updegraff Mrs. H. widow, h 34 Douglas Av 
Updegraif Wm. W. h n w c Harrison and Douglas Av 
Upleser Chas. saloon 130 Columbia, h w s Broadway near P., Ft. W. & 

C. R. R. Track 
Upmeyer Frederick, carpenter, h e s Monroe b Lewis and Madison 



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 
Vanbuker Lorenzo, h w s Ewing b W;ishington and Jefferson 
Vanderau Jasper, laborer, bds 22 Madison 

Van Geison Munson, carpenter, h w s Fulton b Washington and Jefferson 
Vautassel Samuel, laborer, bds Cyrus A. Hayes', Bloomingdale 
Vaughn Henry, butcher, h 186 W. Main 
Vaugier Xavier, farmer, h 8 Sturgis 
Vazeli Peter, helper, wks T., AV. & W. R. R. Shops 
Vegele Lizzie, clerk, Geo. Fox's 

Vincent , bds 8G 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 Hoagland 
Vizard Thos. helper, wks T., W. <fc W. K. K. Blacksmith Shop 
VOGEL'C. G. & SON, (Chas. G. & Frank B.) Merchant Tailors, 
Clothiers and Dealers in Gents' Furnishing Goods, e s Calhoun opp. 
Phoenix Block 
Vogcl 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."^ Vogcl k Son) li es Calhoun b Main and Columbia 

Voigd Christina, widow, h 269 W. Washington 

Voigd Herman, bricklayer, h 261) W. Washington 

Voirol Frank, (Geo. J. E. Mayer & Co.) h s w c E. Wayne and Francis 

Volbrccht Ferdinand, bar keeper, Charles Uplcger's 

Volland Henry, miller, h 27!> W. Washington 

V.illmer Daniel, (V. k Sturgis) h 15:5 W. Berry 

Volluicr iV Sturgis, druggists, 61 Calhoun 

Vohnerding Fred, tailor, h VSA Lafayette 

Vmci" John, cniik, Railroad Eating House 

VORDERMARK E. & SONS, (Ernst, John W..V Henry P.) 
Manufacturers and Dealers in lioots, Shoos. I..cathcr, Findings, &.V., 
4 Pha-iiix Block, w s Calhoun b Main and Columbia 

Vordcrmark Ernst, (E. V. & Sons) res Adams Tp 

Vorderniark Henry P. (E. Vordermark cS:, Sons) bds 16 E. Washington 



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Vordermark John W. (E. Vordermark & Sons) h 16 E. Washington 
Vorderniark Lewis P. clerk E. Vordermark & Sons', bds 16 E. Wash- 
ington 
Voss Louis, res John F. Kruse's 



W 

Wabash & Erie Canal Company Collector's Office, n w c Clinton and Co- 
lumbia, A. C. Probasco, Collector 

Waddiugtou Wm. car master P., Ft. W. & C. R. Ft. Car Shop, h 86 
Montgomery 

Wadges Wm. carpenter, h n w c Montgomery and Clay 

Waf'el Adolph, tinner. 81 Columbia 

WAGENHALS Rev. SAMUEL, Pastor Trinity (English) 
Lutheran Church, bds liockhill 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 Rockhill House 

Wait Warren, laborer, wks N. C. 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 Chas. carpenter, h s s Washington b Kelson and Garden 

VValda Christian, carpenter, h s w c Washington and Nelson 

Walda Henry, carpenter, h 269 W. Jefferson 

Waldraan Benj. laborer, wks Martin Schmidt's 

Waldmann 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 Hauna 

Wales A. J. law student, with J. A. Fay 

Walford W. machinist, wks P., Ft. Yv'. & 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. 11. 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 145 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 132 E. Lewis 

Waltematch Henry, (H. Wigman & Co.") h s s E. Lewis b Lafayette and 
Clay 

Waltematch Henry, laborer, h 20 W. Lewis 

Waltemuth Louis, boatman, b 139 Clay 

Walter Daniel, blacksmith, bds Christian Bruns' 

W-'alter 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 Wayne and Washington 

WALTHER F. W. & COl, (Fred. Wm. W. & Henry Orff) Piano 
Makers and Repairers, Dealers in Pianos, Organs, Sheet 3Iusic, 
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 

Waltke Wm. marble cutter, h 117 Madison 

Walton C. H tel. operator, P., Ft. W. & C. R. E., bds Mayer House 

Walton I. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Wamhof Wm. planer, h 178 Ewing 

Ward Addison, painter bds 32 E. Main 

Ward E. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. k C. R. R. Lumber Yard 

WARD H. N., Importer, Wholesale and fletail Dealer in China, Glass 
and Queeusware, Lamps. Looking Glasses, Wall and Window Pap ers, 
House Furnishiuu' (joods, c\:c., 48 Calhoun, opp. Court House; h 
233 W\ Berry 

Ward 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 2G1 W. Wayne 

Warner C. T. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. ct C. R. R. Round House 

Warner Cal. li borer, h u e c Baker and Harrison 

Warner 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 AVashingtou 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 Jol.n P. county coroner, h 193 W. Washington 

Watson C. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. &, C R. R. Round House 

Watson Maria, widow, h 12-1 Madison 

Waugh James B. engineer, h s w c Holman and Monroe 

Waugh Wm. F. tircn.an, h c s Lafayette b St. Francis and Crcighton 

Waybel Platltus, cabinet maker, h ns Jefferson b Van Bureu 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. paiu'er. s s W. A: E. Canal b Broadway and \'an Bureu 

Weaver JOduiii. liicinan, h fc'O W. Jefferson 

WEBB A. M., Contractor, Carpenter and Builder, 114 W. Main ; h n 
w c Wayne and Jaek.-5ou 

Webb M. A. clerk 73 Columbia, bds A. S. Evan's 



FORT WAYNE [WEL] DIRECTORY. 173 



Webbeking Conrad, carpeuter, h 46 Blufftoa Plauk Eoad 

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 Berj. millwriaht, wks Bass & Hanua's 

WEBER ERWIN, Dealer in Stoves and Manufacturer of Tin, Cop- 
per and Sheet Iron Ware, 15 Clinton ; h 183 Clinton 

Weber Frederick, machinist, h u s Maumec 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 PI 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 Plauk 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. U. R. Shops 

Weglage Henry, bar keeper, W. Wente & Figel's 

Wehmer Mrs. H. widow, h 93 Clinton 

Wehrs Fred. (.J . C. Pfeifier & Co.) bds e s Lima Plauk Eoad near Canal 
Feeder, Bloomingdale 

Wehrs Wm shoe maker, h 133 E. Lewis 

Weibel Placidus, carpenter, h 21G W. JeflFerson 

Weibrock Henry, butcher, h 86 Barr 

Weiden 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) 

Weirs Catharine, servant, s w c Wayne and Clinton 

Weis Emanuel, pedlar, h s e c Griffith and Jefferson 

Weis Kate, bds 24 W. Jefferson 

Weisenburger B. boatman, h 252 W. Jefferson 

Weisman Jacob, saloon, n s Main b Calhoun and Harrison 

Weismautcl Joseph, stone cutter, wUs Sutermeister and Becker's 

WEISSER E. & CO., (Emanuel W. & J. F. Schaellkopf) Tanners 
and Curriers, Dealers in Ijcather, Findings, Oils, Hides, &c., w » 
Calhoun b Columbia and Canal 

Weisscr 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 



]74 FORT WAYNE [WET] DIRECTORY. 



Welch John, watchman, h s s Walnut b Fairfield Av. and Oakley 

Welch Patrick, h s s Walnut b Fairfield Av. and Oakley 

AVelch Patrick, blacksmith, nee Water and Barr 

Welch Wm. tailor, h 70 Madison 

"Weleman Heury, carpenter, wks Cochran, Humphrey & Co.'s 

Welker Danl. tailor, h u s Douglas w of Lima Plank Koad, 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 Jefi"erson 

Wellmann Henry, carpenter, h 247 W. Wayne 

Wells A. deuti.^t, n w c Calhoun and Berry, h 128 W. Wayne 

Wells Almira, h 2 Madison 

Wells C. M. farmer, h 2 Madison 

Wells G. R. harness maker, h n s 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 1G5 E. Lewis 

Wells Ruth xM. h 2 Madison 

Welsh John, laborer, h s s BrandriiF b Webster and Hoagland 

Weltin John, machinist, h e s Barr b Lewis and Montgomery 

Wendt Henry laborer, h 32 W. Lewis 

Wenninghofi' Christ, cigars, &c , 74 Calhoun 

Wenninghofi" Radolph, cigar maker, wks 74 Calhoun 

Wenrich Jonathan, carpenter, h i-ear 9G W. Jefferson 

Wente Henry, laborer, wks Trier k Tagmeyer's 

Wente J. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. H. Shops 

Wente John D. laborer, h w s 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. ct C. R. R. Sliops 

AVery John H. h n s Williams b Hoagland and Fairfield Av 

Wessel John, engineer, h e s Lafayette b Buchanan and St. Francis, Las- 
sellc's Addition 

Westcott D. L. clerk T., W. A: W. R. R. Shops, res country 

Westoott Robert, machinist, wks T,. W. i*c W. R. R. Marhine Shop 

Wcstcnfeit F. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. k C. R. K. Shops 

Western District School, s w c Jefferson and Griffith 

Western Inventors' Union, office 2i Court, J. J. Ivamm. Business iNlaii- 
ager 

WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO., oiVue, n w c Ik-.ry 

and Gallionii; Chas. II. Cunice, .M;.M,-.-i-r 
Westsall F. laborer, wks I'. Ft. \V. Sc C. R. K. Shops 
Weston Fred, laborer, bds 50 Columbia 
Wcstrumb IF C. F. h s s Wayne cast of Corp. Line 
Wcttling John, laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. U. K. 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. JeflFerson 

Weuer Dietrich, laborer, bds 201 Ewing 

WeuUiman 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 Connuis- 

sioner and Register in Bankruptcy ; Office, n w c Calhoun and Main ; 

bds Aveline House 
WHEELER NELSON, Manufacturer of Cabinet Furniture, s s 

Main b Pulton and Broadway ; h u 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, h 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 L). printer, bds Mrs. Mary Treep's 
White D. P. deputy county recorder, bds Hamilton House 
WHITE J. B., Great AVesteru Tea Depot ;^ Fort Wayne Fruit 
House; Wholesale Grocer, Provision and Fruit Dealer, 18 W. 
Berry ; h 54 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 Hoagland and Prince 

Whiting Ira C. (\V. & Kalbacher; h w s Bluffton Plank Road b P., Ft. 

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 and Grand 

Whitmore Kate, servant, Hedeliin House 

Whitney Washington I. engineer, h 111 Broadway 

AVhittaker A. M. plasterer, h 108 W. Washington 

Whittles J. machinist, h 240 E. Lewis 

Widbrauck Henry, butcher, wks Jacob Doelker's 

Widen Wm. upholsterfcr, 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 Charles 

Wiehmanu Ferdinand, tailor, h 93 W. Water 

Wiehn Jacob, shoe maker, h s e c Harrison and Lewis 

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, b 40 Monroe 

Wiggins A. J. clerk, h 43 E. Wayne 

Wiaht Don. printer, wks Fort Wayne Democrat Office 

WIGMAN H. & CO., (Henry W., Geo. Geerke & Henry Walte- 

match) Dealers in Family Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, Fancy 

Goods, Toys, &c., 19 E. Main 
Wigman Henry, (H. W. & Co ) h I'^T E. Lewis 
Wigman Wm. helper, h 45 W. Jeiferson 
Wihe Kichard, 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 u w c Water and Cass 
Wilkeuing Gottleib, carpenter, h 40 Lavina 

Wilkeas 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. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Will Thomas H. blacksmith, h e s Hanna b Jefferson and Madison 
AVillard James R. (Fort Wayne Gazette Co.) bds Rockhill House 
Willeuburg 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 9G W. Wayne 
WILLIAMS IRA D., Photograi-hic Gallery and Stock Depot, 90 

and 98 Columbia 
WILLIAMS JESSE L., Civil Engineer and Surveyor ; Office and 

Ucsidencc, '.KJ W. Wayne 
VVilli;inis John, helper, h w 6 Barr b Wayne and Washington 
Williams John, turner, bds 49 W. Main 
Williiinis John H. wagon maker, sec Pearl and Fulton 
Williams Mary, waiter, Mayer House 

Williams Mary, widow, h w s Lafayette b Ilolman and Montiromery 
Williamson M. F. physician, n w c Calhoun and Berry, h Kil Ewing 
Williard U. \j. P. h 45 Madison 

Willsou E. U. machinist, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Machine Shop 
Willson H. F. attorney and solicitor of patents, 44 Calhoun, h s s Brack- 

enridge b Calhoun and Harrison 
WILLSON O. J., Clerk, Toledo, Wabash & Western Railway Shops 



FORT WAYNE [WOL] DIRECTORY. 177 



WILMOT J. C, House, Sign and Ornamental Painter, Paper 
Hanger. Dealer iu 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 & Muhler) 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 FI. 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 Wra. conductor, bds Mayer House 
Wilson Wm. C. laborer, wks Cochnn, Humphrey & Co's 
Wilson Wm. D. watrou 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 
Wingert 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 llaihoad 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 .'fc 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, 44 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, h n s Charles b Lafayette and Clay 
Wiltemann Ulrich, laborer, h n e c Lafayette and Charles 
Wittrock August, laborer, h s e c 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 
Wohnker Frederick, drayman, h 205 E. Washington 
Wolf Abraham, meats n s Main b Calhoun and Harrison, h 73 W. Main 
Wolf Henrv, 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 84 Montgomery 
Wolf Louis, clerk Frank & Tiianhouser's, bds 44 W. Wayne 
Wolf Richard, helper, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Wolfe Margaret, widow, h 117 Madison 



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Wolir Ix.iiiH, r.lv.vk, ImJh 11 VV. W.-iyiH; 

Wollnnl \V. A. titirior, ImIh ii (; <; WiHcr iirid Clint. mi 

WollWnl Will. Iii;i(;liiiiiHl,, li II ,: r. I,;,!';, ycllc ;ili(l W.ill.iC! 

VVoIloil, |{,. W. Iiiar:l.iniht,, li f) I Moiiron 

W..lk.; l.dui.M, li w H OjillK.itti I) W.'iyii.: uikI W,i,-liiii"t on 

vvoo.i (;,!(,. w. ii no w. vvuirr 

Woo-l ThoiiifiH, bl;i(!kHmil,li, li h w c llnioii nnd Wilt, 

Wo.hI 'n.oiMMS li. hlrurkHiiiilli, ImIs h W r. Iftiio.i hikI Wilt, 

WOOD W. S., M:>nu\)u:tun:v (if lir)f,kiM-,'-(i liisH ;im.| I'littiin; Vy.uiw.A, 

!iii(i |)(i!il(;r ill li()f»kiiiji;-(il;iHH(;H, l'i(!t.nrcH, I'iclun; l''i;iincM, ,V<'., vv h 

(!,allioiiii I, W:iHliiii-loii ;mi(1 .li-iYcrmu, h.ls s (• c W;isliiii-t,.,ii .•iinl 

(Jailiouri 
\V uuihunuc.y .i . V. fShriii .V, W.) I..|,<, s w c ('.iIImmmi .■i.pI .l.-m-rHoii 
W(,(..iiv;ir(l Mrs. C. M. widow, ii ^.S W. \U'.vvy 
WOODWARD M. E., Importer and .IoI.Ikt <d' (Ilr.tl.iir/, Clotlis, 

(!:iHsiiii.:n';-, ll.ils, (!;,|,m, .Vr;., lO Oulh.mn ; I. lU K. Main 
Woodward Tl.os. S. l.rak(Mnan, hds David S. WuriKn's 
Woodwoith Alon/.o, lda<'ksiiiit,li. rooniH 2 I Doii-das Av 
WOODWORTll n. S., I'liyni-'ian and Siu-.'o.i. Olli.'.. w ,s ('all.oun 

I. Main and I'.crry, o|>|,o,il(t (Jourl, lions.:; li .i.,\ W. I'-.rry 
Woo.Iworlli .laiiH.H, h III I'.roadway 
W..odwort,li JamcH, ..nj-inc.r, li li I W. Wayii.! 
WoodworMi .Jainc.s(J l.o.,k k(!r,„:r |r,,rl, Wayin: Nati.nial I'.ank, li li I H 

W. Way I.: 
W.Md.^y (!. I'l. . Ihv knian IV, Vl. W. .V, ('. K,. K'. Kr.-i-lil, D.'pot, l.dn .1. C. 

DaviV 
Wools.7 II. 15. wli.-.:Iwri;.|i(, wks N. (i. Ol.ls.t Son's 
Wool.M.^y Hiram, ImIs ll^;; lv WuHliiii-l,on 
Word.n .lanuM L. (W. .V, Morris) li !>!) I*]. J.dlnrs.ni 
WOUUF.N ^ iVlOUUtS, (.Jainos !.. W. .V .l.dm M.) Att.nn-.ys at 

Law, Ollic; w ;-, Callionn .,|,|„.sil.: (!..nrt, lion;.:, 1 1 aiiilllon's "llall 

P>Mildin<r 
Wordiui W. II. (:ar|).:iit,.'r, wks (Jo.diran, lluinplirry \-, (!,,'.s 
Work Itoh.M'l., lariiicr, li ii h .J.dl'crs.iii 1. C.dl.'i.-.: and (iar.lcii 
Worrell J. A. Hicward, A v. din.: ilon.s.' 
Wort, ,]. M. cdlc'lor P'orl, Waym: (;as Li-I.l, Co., li n s M iiii h L.iC.iy.M t.- 

and Clay 
W.Hill.. |';,lrirk, Im.oI,-, and hIiocs, .: s Callionn 1. I.rwis and il.dniin 
Wri-hl AliMM W. fP'orl, Wayii.n;a/,.,lt,., Co.) I.d. Ko.:khill II. mis.: 
Wri;rlit CliaM. caliiii.:!, niak-r, I. I'M) W. Main 
Wri;;lit, Ida, li I'M) W. Main 

Wi-i;.dil. Lcwin, hraKcmaii, li n w <: Mwin^i; and (M:.)rLM! 
WriKliI' liiil-licr, ciirpnitor, li h w c D.Mi-hiH A v. ami WcI.sI.t 
\Vri<,^lit, Martin, lalM,i.:r, li 12.'. 1 1 anna 
VVri;^li(,()liv-r, lMMk.:nian. li . w .: Ilolman and .M..nr..n 
Wli(irHl.:n Henry, l.ar k.c|.er, l.<l,s iMavr II. .um- 
Wuillnmin llcniy, laborer li h h (Miarl.is I. M.mro.: ami II inn.i 
Wulker Ant.. II, iixdder, wkn IJiihh ,V HaiimiH 
Wnrht.-n Sammd, wliilcwaslii-r, res Ill.xMiiin.'dalii 



Xavier .Simon, lain|.liM|,tcr, wks kl. Wayne Cas Id'-lit W..rk» 



FORT VVAYNK | '/ I M | 1)1 IlKCTOHV. 171) 



^'.'.linc .lollll, ll i^ H Willi Wr.l. <.r IHilirioll I'l.Hik Itn.id 

\;iliii(' IMiiluila JO. h 105 Itn.ndwuy 

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i;. It 

V.illkH I'lli/.ulM'lll, VVi.lnW, ITH Wm. l'.ixl(!r'H, IJl ill,",(l.l!.- 

Vri-(MiH Will. (Ibiiko Si ('...) ll Hf) W. WiiHliiiiKl..ii 

Vohht, II(M'iiuui, hulidior, h If) I [<:. LowiH 

VolihL .lollll, liil)(M'(tr, ll 11 K Mfidisoii I) lliiniiii .iiui [''iMiicii'i 

Vock.d IVl;.(,ll.i;.H, hl,..M<! IIUIH(H1, ll 11 H ll.'i.ry 1. llo;.;.|Mi..i ;iihI J-'aiili-M Av 

ViHiii;; Ailii^i-r, wIcH Miirniy »Si IJiikiu-'H 

Y(M(i.- I). (llii<l(MliiII Si v.) ll 1 17 W. Hrvvy 

Y.H.ii- II. (i. Hloiic, r.nUr.y, ImIs I 17 W. I'.rrry 

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;.ii<l MaidiMi hail.;; Ii h c <- I'.-arl ainl Mai.l.u. Laiin 
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v.. nil- Loiii.s, ci-ar maker, vvks l;ainlcy .V, KiMri.M.ars 
Viniii;^; LoiUH, laJ;(ircr, li ii h I)»ii;'laM A v. \v(;;hI, id' liiiiiii I'laiik I'.i<ad, 

Hiooiiiiii<j'dal(; 

VOUMK N. I'.. ImIh a v. dill.! II..I1H.1 

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\'oiiii;.' \\:U:v, lulioror, li H H Wiillaco li liiiliiyot.hr ami I'.arr 
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Zaiiii (,'a(,lM!iiii(), widow, li ii w i; I'my and llaiiimr 

Zai.n V. lulx.ior, wkH I'., Kl,. W. .V, (''. \l. li. Sl.o,,,, 

Zalui Will, lal.oior, li 210 K. .Irir.Trioii 

Zaninr MaUliijin, on^iiicfir, li ii i; (; l^'orco and (irant. 

/.;ipi(!r Adam, wii^'on .'lak*!!-, Ii llil Will. 

'A-:\^\cs .lidin, hil.oror, li o h IwifayoMri li Si,. I''ranf;i,^ ami ('k^i-IiIoo 

Z<-i-lc.r IVlcr, lahornr, wkn N. (;. i)U\n k Soii'h 

/.dl<M- Matti.:, r<-:( Mi'H. II. J. Komj^'h 

Zi.^;'|.:r Ad;mi. wa-oii iiinkor, li lL!l Will, 

Ziin. ily .1. W. |.ailil".r, wkn I'., Kl,. W. .V. (/'. II. H. I'aiiil, Shop 

ZIMMEH J. G., lIpliolHloior an. I iVlHl,|,n,;s,i M„iiiiru(d,iin;r, li.'. W. 

Main 
Zim:m!|-lo 'rii.:o|diiluy,, ciiKrav.T, >-. h Calhoun I. Way no and \V,i; liin;' I on 
I Zimmerman Aiit.on, ;.';ro(M!ri(!H, ^tl I'). Main 
Zimmoriruiii AnI.on, Hliooimikor, li h w <! .Iidl'iiion and It.iir 
ZininMM'man David, ; lioomakrr, li w H liurayoUc. li Alain uiid Cdnmhia, 
ZIMMMRIVI AN K. & GO., f I'ln-.dl.orl, Z. .t I'.ol.l,. howry; lOdilor. 

.iud I'uldi, li.ov, l''orl, Wayno Dcmom-al,, OHico h W <; Uulliomi mid 

I'e.arl 
Zimm.rman I'ln'odtMirl., (ll. Z. .V, Co.; Ii (i(i W. Main 
Ziminertiiati l*'raiik I'], (dork P'rank .U 'riouilioiiicr'i'., Ii h w o WaHliin;';l,oii 

and lOwiiii: 



180 



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[ZWI] 



DIRECTORY. 



Zimmermau Geo. clerk 78 Columbia, bds 94 W. Main 

Zimmermaa John, clerk Gratigny & Go's, bds Main Street Exchau<;e 

Zimmerman Mattliias, laborer, h 209 E. Jefferson 

Zimmermau Stephen, shoemaker, h w s Lima Plank Road, Bloomingdale 

Zink John, drayman, h s s Locust west of Pine 

Zohn Nicholas, helper, wks J. C. Bowser & Go's 

Zollar 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 W\ AVayne 
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 
Zwiek Henry, (H. Z. & Co.) h 82 W. Jeflfersou 



:P0I2.T "Vv^ JL -2- 2sr "Fl 


BUSINESS : 


DIRECTORY. 


For Residence and Busineps Location see Alj 


habetical List of Names in body of the Work. 


Academy. 


ROBERTSON EOBERT S. 


Sisters of Providence 


RYAN DANIEL 


Agricultural Implements. 


Schell James H. 
Sinclair Saml. E. 


COMPARET D. F. 


SPENCER MARTIN V. B. 


Mcculloch & iiichey 


Wagner Bernard 


MORGAN & BEACH 


WHEDON DAVID P. 


NELSON, DeGROF & CO 


Willson H. F. 


SMICK S. S. 


WOKDEN & MORRIS 


Architect. 


ZOLLARS A. 


TEENAM GEO. 


Auction and Commission. 


Attorneys at Law. 


Filson R. C. 


BAYLESS SOL. D. 


STAPLE FORD L. P. 


BLOOMHUFF S. H. 




BOWSER JEFFERSON C. 


Axe & Pick Handle Manuf . 


Brackenridge Joseph 


Wilder J. H. 


Brackcnridoe Robert 




Carson Wm. W. 


Bakeries. 


COLERICKD. H.& W. G. 


Albert Nicholas J. 


COLERICK DAVID 


Blase Lewis 


Colerick John 


Glaser Ed. F. 


CONGER JOHN 


Hoffuer Christ &^Co. 


COOMBS & MILLER 


luimel Henry 


Dawson & Bittinger 


Kempf Wm. 


DuBois John B. 


Schwieters Herman 


EDGEPvTON JOSEPH K. 


STELLHORN HENRY 


FAY J. A. 


Stoner & W^igeut 


France Joseph S. 


Trentman J. H. 


Hicks C. Carroll 
HOUGH JOHN 


Banks and Bankers. 


Jenison Wm. F. 


FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF 


Keil Fred. V/. 


FT. WAYNE. 


KERR WM. J. 


FT. WAYNE NATIONAL BANK 


Ninde & Swayne 


HAMILTON, ALLEN & CO. 


O'ROURKE EDWARD 


M ERCHANTS' NATIONAL 


RANDALL F. P. 


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 


Haag Brothers 


Kellenberger Francis 


Haufler David 


MANIER HYPOLITE 


HeldtJohn M. 


Martin C. N. 


Hettinger Israel B. 


Reuaud Julia 


Kensey Saml. T. 


Seybold Fred. 


Lanir C. 


Treep Mary 


MEYERS F. C. 
Meyers F. W. 
Michael Herman 
Munroe W. H. 
Sampson Joseph 


Boiler Makers.' 


BASS & HANNA 
McLACHLAN & KEILL 
MURRAY & BAKER 


Shidel Chas. 


Bologna Sausage Makers. 


Bedstead Manufacturer. 


Eckard Fred. & Co. 


PIERCE J. S. 


Offenbach Peter 




SCHIEFERSTEIN PHILIP 


Billiard Rooms. 


STRODEL M. 


Fluno & McCarthy 
Goodman Francis X. 


Bonnet Bleacher. 


GRONAUER W. G. 


Towne D. H. 


HANNUM D. 


Book Binders and Blank 


O'CONNELL & BRO. 


Book Manufacturers. 


Rapp Christian 


Davis & Bro. 


Blacksmiths. 


Jones Di.vid W. & Son 


BAKER JOHN 


NORTON W. H. 


Becker Frederick 


Books and Stationery. 


BROSSORD GEORGE 


KEIL (fe BRO. 


Brown John 


SIEMON, BRO. & CO. 


Chovey Chas. 


STOCK BRIDGE N. P. 


EHRMANN CHAS. 

Figel Fred. 


Boots and Shoes. 


FRANCIS ADAM 


App IMatthias 


Harter J. 


Clauss J. k Broking 


Holzwarth E. 


FOELLINGER JACOB 


Howley Thomas 


HERMSDORFERG. A. 


MESING CHAS. 


Humphrey Noah 


Meyer Henry 


Jacobs W. & Son 


Patten Chas. 


Kaiser Henry 


Welch Patrick 


Lecser & Etzold 




MANNIX THOMAS 


Boarding Houses. 


MARKLEY,SCHRADER & CO. 


Ahcstcl Anna M. 


Marsh H. W. 


Bower John F. 


MEYER ERNST 


Coombcs Eliza 


Mohr John 


Fleming Mrs. S. E. 


Nill George 


Fox Mrs, Henry C. 


Nill Henry 


Gihibrd Catharine 


Nohe Joseph 


Grubb Mary 


NOLL M. 


Hamilton House 


ROBINSON JAMES H. 


Hanua House 


RochoU M.A. 



FORT WAYNE BUSINESS DlilEGTORY. 



183 



SANDER C. W. 

Schiefer C. 

SCHMIDT & BRUNNER 
SCHULZ PETER 
Schulz Win 

Sparks F. t Co. 
STELLHORN & MOEELL 
Uebelhoer Philip 
Vordeimark E. & Sons 
Woulfe Patrick 

Box Manufacturer. 

Wiie Piatt J. 

Brass Founders. 
HATTERSLEY A. 
MURRAY & RAKER 

Breweries. 

BECK J. F. & STOTZ 
Ccutlivre L. C. 
Hartiuan Herman 
HORNUx\a 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 



Myers Geo. 

POTTER JOSEPH L. 
Rekers B. John 
SHEAFER WM. G. 
WEBB A. M. 

Carpets, Oil Cloths, &c. 
McDOUGAL & CO. 
TOWNLEY, DeWALD, BOND & 

CO. 

Carpot Weaver. 

Schultbeis John 

Carriage Manufacturers. 
STANLEY, BIEBER & CO 
STEVENS THOMAS 

Chair Manufacturers. 
GRIEBEL & FEK 
MILLER JOHN M. 

Rohrer & Zollinger. 
TOWER B. H. 

Chair Stuff Manufacturers. 
HOFFMAN J.R. & BROS. 

China, Glass & Queensware 
CLARK & TRENTMAN 
TRESSELT & BOTH 
WARD H. K. 

Cigars and Tobacco. 

Degitz Cbas. 
Dessauer L. & Co. 
Graff Marx & Son 
Grote H. A. 
Lamley & Rosenthal 
OUT 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. 



184 



FORT WAYNE BUSINESS DIEECTORY. 



Clock Manufacturer. 
E ASTETTER LOUIS 

Clothing. 

Akins A. 

Bostick E. & Son 

Falk Leopold 

FLEDDERMAN JOHN G. & CO, 

FREEMAN JOSEPH 

Jacoljsou Elkan 

JacobsoD Vigdor 

LAUFERTY & BRO. 

NIRDLINGER A. & M. 

SAM & PETE 

THIEME J. G. & BRO 

VOGEL C. G. & SON 

WOODWARD M. E. 

Cloths, Cassimeres, &c. 
FRENCH, HANNA & CO. 
WOOI>WARD M. E. 

Coal Dealers. 

BASS& S.MITH 
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. 

COMPARET D. F. 
HASKELL W. 
HILL ct OR BISON 

K nappe n be rgcr & Edsall 

Confectioners. 

BEARD T. \). 
BRYANT S. 
FOX GI'X)RGE 
Hull Wesley 
SMITH LORIN 
WaUer.s David 
Wcinian tt Scliefl'er 

Contractors. 
BALTES M1CHAI:L 
COCHRAN, IIWMPHliFY & CO. 



FRENCH CHAS. G. 

Kanne F. & Co. 

KRUDOP, MOELLERING & 

BRO. 
Nelson Wm. R. 
POTTER JOSEPH L. 
WEBB A. M. 

Coopers. 

Betzler Geo. 
DeWald Nicholas 
Hoflfraeister Henry 
Kley Fred. 
Mettcy Fred. 
Peppert Amos 

Dental Depot. 

BIDDLE & BRAND HIFF 

Dentists. 
BROWN S. B. 
KNAPP I., M. D., D. D. S. 
SNIDER & LOAG 
Wells A. 

Drain Tile. 

Lillie Samuel, sen. 

Drawing Teacher. 
RENNER F. O. W. 

Dress Makers. 
ANDERSON Mr.s. F. H. 
Bouse Theresa 
Fox Maggie -^ 
Frank Elizabeth 
Gable Hannah 
Gardner Miss M. E. 
Gilchrist Mrs. M. H. 
Haggcrty Mrs. S. E. 
Hollingsworth Alice 
Housworth Kate 
ORFF C. & CO. 
Pettengill J\Irs. A. M. 
Shorcy & Smith 
Smith Mrs. L. II. 
TOWNLEY, De\VALD, BOND & 

CO. 
Weutworth 3Iary 

Druggists. 
BIDDLE & BRANDRIFF 
Bond W. J. 
DllEIEU U. k lUlO. 
(iJlATKiNY ct CO. 
MA US ILvLL E. T. 
MEYER BROTHERS & CO. 



FORT WAYNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



185 



NILI^ GEO. C. & CO. 
Schott Geo. J. 
SELLEAUG. L. 
Sweringen ll. V. & Co. 
Vollmer & Sturgis 
WAGNER II. G. 

Dry Goods. 

ABBOTT & SHOAFF 
ALLEN, MEYERS & CO. 
Bouchard Louis 
EVAN8 A. S. 

FRANK & THAN HOUSE R 
JoliQstou & Russell 
Kiser Feter 
LAUFEllTY&BRO. 
ORFF C. & CO. 
PIERR J. & P. 
Regan T. 
Rohs 11. 

ROOT & COMPANY 
SCHWEGMAN H. R. 
TOWNLEY, DeWALD, BOND & 
CO. 

Dye Houses. 

JERMAN A. S. 
LEWIS B. A. 

Express and Transporta- 
tion Companies. 

AMERICAN EXPRESS CO. 

United States Express Co. 
PARKER E. R., Empire Line 

Fancy Goods, &c. 
BLACK 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 



Flour Mills. 

Beaver D. S. 
COMPARET D. F. 
Hill J. E , Jr. k Co. 
HILL & ORBISON 
HOAGLAND P. & CO. 
Orff John 
PFEIFFER J. C. & CO. 

Fruit Dealer. 
WHITE J. B. 

Fur Dealers. 

Bash & Eakiu 

Furnaces. 

{Hot Air.^ 

CARTER WM. 

Furnishing Goods. 

iLadie,- and Children's.) 

WEBER A. 

Furniture. 

Emrick A. J. 
FREY W. A. 

GHIEBEL & FEB * 

KLAEHN JOHN J. 
MILLER JOHN M. 
TOWER B. H. 
WHEELER NELSON 

Gas Company. 
FT. WAYNE GAS LIGHT CO. 
Gas and Steam Fitter. 
HATTERSLEY A. 

Gear Cutting. 
RASTETTER LOUIS 
Gents' Furnishing Goods. 

Akius A. 

Bostick E. & Sou 

CLARK JOSEPH 31. 

Falk Leopold 

FLEDDERMAN JOHN G. & CO. 

FREEMAN JOSEPH 

HEINGARTNER MARTIN 

NIRD LINGER A. & M. 

SAM & PETE 

THIEME J. G. k BRO. 

TRIPP & TIGAR 

VOGEL C. G. k SON 

Gilder. 

WOOD W. S. 



186 FORT WAYNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 


Gold and Silver Platers. 


' Lauer Paul 


SLOAN & WOODMANCY 


MCDONNELL PATRICK 


Grain Dealers. 


Martin Terrenee 
MERGEL R. 


COiMPAEET D. F. 


NESTEL PHILIP 


TAYLOR Ft. W. 


Nohe Joseph 


Grocers. 


0' Brian Wni. 


iWhole^r,!..) 


J^AUL WM. 


HUESTLS & HAMILTON 


Phillips B. 


REDELSHEIMER S. & SON 


PIERR J. & P 


TRENTMAN B. c»c SON 


Pipenbrink Conrad D. 


(.Eet'ul.) 


RAAB JOHN 


Alter Nicholas 


REKERS GERHARD 


ANDERSON .»t ELY 


Scheie & Lauer 


ANDRES JOHN 


Scherer Christian 


BASTUES MICHAEL 


SCHNIEDERS cV' GREVE 


Bechtold Lewis 


Schoue Henry 


Beeuan M. P. 


SCHOPPMAN AVM. 


BERNING CONRAD 


SCHWEGMAN H. R. 


Blyler Daniel 


Seibold David 


BOLTZF. F.& BRO. 


Shaffer Geo. 


Bornemann Chas. 


Siebold Christian 


BREEN JAMES 


Spiegel Ernst 


Brudi Gottlob 


Stoner ct Wigent 


CHALLENGER J. V\^ 


STRONG M. B. 


Clark Joseph 


Strunz Christian 


Deinintrer U. 


Thiele Henry e^- Co. 


DIDIER JOSEPH 


THIEME ANDRE^V 


DIERSTEIN CHRISTIAN 


Trentmau B. H. 


Dierstein & Gers 


WHITE J. B. 


Dunn & Co. 


Wiebke Henry 


EMBRY JAMES S. 


WIGMAN H. & CO. 


ESMOND GEO. & CO. 


Zimmerman Anton 


FINK CHARLES 


Zwick II. et Co. 


FOELLINGERJ. M, 




Fuchs Geo. 


Gunsmiths. 


GAFFNEY WM. 


L"eonard Wni. 


Geis Jacob 


Reiliug Auyust 


GERAKDIN ANTON 
Gerardin H. 


Guns, Pistols, &c. 


Gerkc H. F. 


RAQUET CHRISTIAN 


GILLILAND c*^ MEDSKFR 
Girard Chas. 


Hardware and Cutlery. 


HAM BROCK FRED. 


BRAN DR IFF .^ ROBERTS 


11 ED EK IX T. B. 


Mcculloch \ jhcuey 


HILDEBRANDcVCO. 


MORGAN .t BEACH 


Kempf AVni. 


OAKLEY B. W. \ SON 


Keuninf^ Wni. 
Kiser Peter 


Hats, Caps, Furs, &c. 


Kline Fred. 


HARPER c«c FITZ 


Kline Jacob 


Nauhtrieb J. F. 


Klix Huoh 


Schirnu'yer C. \j. 


lioester J. H. 


SCHWEGMAN H. R. 


Kratzscli llLTiuan 


WOODWARD M. E. 



FORT WAYNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



187 



Hardware, (Saddlery and 

Carriage.) 
OAKLEY B. W. & SON 

Hoop Skirts. 
BLACK JOSEPH 

Horse Collars. 
NEIREITEK & xMILLER 
RACINE A. 
Racine F. L 
SCHWAllTZ & RUDOLPH 

Hotels. 
AMERICAN HOUSE 
AVELINE HOUSK 
HARMON HOUSE 
Hedekiu House 

MAIN STREET EXCHANGE 
MAYER HOUSE 
NATIONAL HOTEL 
Old Fort House 
PHILLIPS HOUSE 
ROCKHILL HOUSE 

House Furnishing Goods. 

BRANDRIFF c^- ROBERTS 

Hubs, Spokes and Felloes. 

BAKER JOHN 
OLDS N. O. & SON 

Ice Dealers. 

McLaiie Patrick 
Moran P. 
Seidel Edward 

Insurance Agents. 
BOSSLER H. H. 
CARIER A. H. 
CONDON J. FRANK 
CORDREY TIIOS. P. 
DURGIN GEO. W., Jr. 
HARTMAN H. C. 
HOUGH JOHN 
IRWIN Dr. JOHN S. 
KAMM J. J. 
LUMBARD S. 
RANDALL F. P. 

Insurance Company. 
STATE INSURANCE CO. 

Iron Founders. 
BASS & HANNA 
BOWSER J. C. & CO. 
MURRAY & BAKER 



Iron, Nails, &c. 
BASS & SMITH 
BRANDRIFF &. ROBERTS 
COOMBS & CO. 

I Justices of the Peace. 

Bittinii-er A. H. 
RYAN DANIEL 
SAUNDERS BENJAMIN 

Stewart Wm. 

Lamps, Chandeliers, &c. 

WARD H. N. 

Land Agents. 
BLOOMHUFF S. H. 
CARIER A. H. 
HANNA SAMUEL T. 
HOUGH JOHN 
RANDALL F. P. 

Laundry. 

City Lauudr}' 

Leather, Findings, &c. 

NEIREITER & MILLER 
I REED JOHN 
ROBINSON JAMES H. 
SANDER C. W. 
Schiefer C. 

VORDERMARK E. & SONS 
WEISSER E. & CO. 

Lightning Rods. 

McNamara I elm W. 

Lime and Cement. 

EALTES MICHAEL 

Kaune F. & Co. 

K R U D P , MOELLERING & 

BRO. 
LILLIE <fc BRO. 
Paul & Koester 

Linseed Oil MilL 

CLARK, STONER & CASE 

Livery and Sale Stables. 

Barr J. S. 

GLYNN MATTHIAS 

JENNINGS JOHN 

Moore J. F. 

READ A.J. & SON 

Swain Jacksou 

Van Alstine & Co. 

YOUNG H. JACOB 



188 FORT WAYNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 


Locksmith. 


ORFF C. & CO. 


Reiling August 


SCHWEGMAN H. R. 




Sexton Flora 


Lumber Dealers. 


Shilling Miss M. & Co. 


Allen C. W. 


Shordon Misses 


Amann Daniel 


PIEPENBRINCK MRS. B. & E. 


BP]AVER A. C. 


Vogel Mrs. E. 


CLARK & EHINESMITH 


WEBER A. 


COCHRAN, HUMPHREY & CO. 


Wentworth Mary 


Lehman Chas. 


Mineral and Soda Water. 


Machinists. 


Laurent Jobn &. Son 


BASS & HAxNNA 
BOWSER J. C. & CO. 


Music. (Band.) 


KESTEL P. 


LEIFELS J. J. 


MURRAY & BAKER 


Music Teachers. 


RASTETTER LOUIS 


Boss Louisa 


Reiling August 


Howard John 


Marble and Slate Mantels. 


Orff Henry 
Strubey Chas. 


SUTERMEISTER & BECKER 


Underbill & Young 


Music. 




(Instrumental and Sheet Jllusie.) 


Marble Works. 


ANDERSON T. P. 


Schmenner Henry 


HILL C. L. 


SUTERMEIS'i ER & BECKER 


KESTEL P. 


Underbill & Young 


STOCKBRIDGE N. P. 


Mattrass Manufacturers. 


WALTHER F. W. & CO. 


GOULD GEO. 


Newspapers. 


ZIMMER J. G. 


FT. WAYNE ADVERTISER 




FT. WAYNE DAILY k WEEK- 


Meat Stores. 


LY GAZETTE 


Burhann Edward 


FT. WAYNE DEMOCRAT 


DOELKER JACOB 


INDIANA STAATS ZEITUNG 


Eckard Fred. & Co. 


SUNDAY MORNING CHRONI- 


HOLMES, PFEIFFER & CO. 


CLE 


Raab & Noll 


Notaries Public. 


SCHIEFERSTEIN PHILIP 




Weller Jobn 


BLOOMHUFF S. H. 


Wolf Abrabani 


BOSSLER H. H. 




BOWSER JEFFERSON C. 


Midwives. 


CARIER A. U. 


MATSCH DOKOTHY 


Colerick Heury 


Mossbammcr Betty 


Colerick Henry R. 


Mill Gearing. 
BASS & HAxNNA 


Crane Calvin D. 
Fisher D. C. 
Giahani James E. 
Hart man Cico. R. 
HARTMANH.C. 


BOWSER J. C. & CO. 
MURRAY & BAKER 


Millinery. 


llOUiiH JOHN 


D.^lzcll Mrs. S. J. 


Jenison Wm. T. 


Fray Mrs. F. M. 


KERR WM. J. 


Gilchrist Mrs. M. H. 


MILLHRWM. H. 11. 


II. .hues Mrs. M. 


ROBERTSON ROBI'Hrr S. 



FORT WAYNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



18!) 



Sinclair Samuel E. 
Tons Henry 
ZOLLARS A. 

Notions. 
ABBOTT & SHOAF 
ALLEN, MEYERS & CO. 
Deiuinaer U. 
Bouchard Lewis 
EVANS A. S. 

FRANK & THANFIOUSER 
KANE JAMES M. & BRO. 
LAUFERTY ct BRO. 
PIERR J. & P. 
Redelsheimer H. 
Rohs IJ. 

Nursery Stock, 
NELSON DeGROFF & CO. 

Oculist and Aurist. 
AYRES dr. S. C. 
STEVENS G. L. 

Omnibus Line. 

FLETCHER CHAS. P. 

Optician. 

Redelshicmer R. 

Oysters, Fisli and Game. 
BRYANT S. 
Bryant Wm. 
Clark & Romaine 
FOEL LINGER J. M. 
FOX GEORGE 
HASKKLi. W. 
WHITE J. B. 

Faints, Oils, &c. 
BIDDLE & BRANBIilFF 
Bund W. J. 
DREIER H. & BRO. 
GRATIGNY & CO. 
MEYER BliOTHERS & CO. 
SELLE AUG. L. 
STARK EY & RUPERT 
WAGNER H. G. 
WILMOT J. C. 

Painters. 

ANDERSON & KOVER 
Kleiner John 
Miller Louis 
SEYBOLI) CHAS. 
STARK EY & RUPERT 
Sweney J. L. 



Paper Box Makers. 

Davis & Bro. 

Paper Ha,ngers. 
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 & BAPvNETT 
Patent Solicitor. 

WillsonH. F. 

Peddlars' Depot. 

Dillingham & Deminp; 

United States Pension Ag't. 
BAYLESS SOL. D. 

Periodical Depot. 
SMITH LORIN 

Photograplis. 

Dillo J. H. 
PELTIER J. C. 
Saunders .J oseph B. 
SHOAKF J. A. 
WILLIAMS IRA D. 

Photographic Stock Depot. 

WILLIAMS IRA D. 

Physicians and Surgeons 

Avres H. P. 
AYRES S. C. 
BOWEN G. W. 
BROOKS WM. H. Sen. 
Bruebaeh G. T. 
Burritt Wm. H. 
Erwiu A. J. 
Kitzsimmons J. F. 
FRIETZSCHE JOHN U. 
GOERIZ ADOLPH 
GREGG J. S. 
Grouan Wm. F. 
JOSSE JOHN M. 
Kelsey P. G. 
Kiunan I. N. 
KISNER THOS. J. 



190 



FORT WAYNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Leonard P. M. 
McCULLOUGH T. P. 
MAYERCHAS. F. 
MYERS & HALL 
MYERS WM. D. 
Rosenthal Isaac M. 
Sehmitz Chas. 
Smith C. S. 
STEVENS G. L. 
Stursiis Chas. E. 
Sullivan D. F. 
THACKER^yM. IL 
Uuirer Geo. 
Whery W. 
Williamson M. F. 
WOODWOPtTH B. S. 

Pianos, Organs, &c. 
ANDERSON T. P. 
HILL C. L. 
WALT HER F. W. & CO. 

Pictures, Picture Frames, 

&c. 
KEIL k BRO. 
SIEMOX, BRO. & CO. 
STOCK BRIDGE N. P. 
WOOD VV.S. 

Planing & Flooring Mills. 
BEAVER A. C. 
CLARK & RHINESMITH 
COCHRAN, HUMPHKL^Y & CO. 
PIFRCE J. S. 

Pleasure Garden. 
WEXTE VV. k FI(;EL 

Plow Manufacturers, 
BOWSER J. C. c^ CO. 
Hess N. W. 
iMESIXG CHARLES 
RE ID A. D. ct CO. 

Plumbers. 
HATTERSLKV A. 

Pork Packers. 
RAAi; JOHN 

Portrait Painter. 

Dill.! .1. II. 

Pottery. 

Laniiiila Juhii 

Printing Press Manuf. 
RASTHTTFR LOURS 



Printers. 
FT. WAYNE GAZETTE CO. 
INDIANA STAATS ZEITUNG 
Jones David W. & Sou 
NORTON W. H. 
TAYLOR THOS. S. & CO. 
Z I M xAI E R M AN E . & C . 

Produce Dealers. 

Bash & Eakiu 
FREIBURGER S. 
HASKELL W. 
HEILBRONNER A. 
HILL & ORB ISO N 
Kuappenberger & Edsall 
READ M. & CO. 
TAYLOR R. W. 

Pump Manufacturers. 
KYLE A. P. e^ CO. 

Railroad Co 
GRAND RAPIDS ct INDIANA 
RAILROAD CO. 

Real Estate Agents. 
BAYLESS SOL. D. 
BOSSLER H. H. 
Crane Calvin D. 
Hanna Hu-h T. 
IIANNA SAME. T. 
Hanna Wm. Willis 
II.ARTMAX H. C. 
HOUGH JOHN 

Register in Bankruptcy. 
WHEDON DAVID P. 

Restaurants. 

Cothrcll .larod 
KOCH JOHN M. 
LEICHNKR JOHN 
McKINNIE HENRY 
Martin C. N. 
MORRISON PATRICK 
O'CONNLLL .^c I'.RO. 
SCIIENCK CON. 
SCIIMUKCK LF FREDERICK 
Tunison Mrs. N. Y. 
WENTF W. .\: FDIFL 

Saddles and Harness. 
JOHN A. S. 

Nciroitor C. B. 
SCHWARTZ cS: RUDOLPH 
SliuaffS. 11. 
Traul) L. 



FORT WAYNE BUSINESS DIRECTOKY. 



191 



Saddlery Hardware. 

(.See Uardicare. Saddlery.) 

Saloons. 

Aufrecht Jacob 
BASTUES MICHAPJL 
BEENINa CONKAD 
Bienuer David 
Brouson A. A. 
Clauss John C. 
Cothrell Jared 
Dieit-teiu Christian 
ER8KINE R. B. 

FLiiNO k McCarthy 

Freindstein Peter 
GAFFNEY WM. 
GASZNER & SCHMIDT 
GERARDIN ANTON 
Girard Chas. 
Glutting Jacob 
Goodman Francis X. 
Greeusfelder Gustave 
GRONAUER \V. G. 
GrosliJohn 
Haiber Fred. 
HAMBROCK FRED. 
HANNUAl D. 
Herbst Frederick 
Hostmeier Louis 
JACOB Y GEORGE 
Jones Evan W. 
Jourdain 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. 

Ofienbach Peter 

Pens Conrad 

Rapp Christain 

Rau Casper 

Rauner J oseph 

Rosenbaum F. 

SCHENCK CON. 

SCHNIEDERS& GREVE 

SCHMUECKLE FREDERICK 

SCHOPPMAN WM. 

Schultz C. H. 



Seibold David 
SMITH G. A. 
Steiumann Catharine 
Strasser Joseph 
Strodcl Geo. 
STRODEL M. 
Summers James 
Thiele Henry 
THIEME ANDREW 
Tochtermann Gottlcib 
Upleger Charles 
Valrolf Xavier 
Waldmaun Benj. 
Weisman Jacob 
WENTE W. & FIGEL 
Whitehead John G. 

Sash, Doors and Blinds. 
COCHRAN, HUMPHREY k CO. 
HURD O. D. 

Fronefold & Todd 

Saw Repairers. 

Barbier Peter F. 
Colson Edward 

Saw Mills. 
BAKER J. &K. 

Ranke & Co. 

sen BOEDER k KAYSER 

Scale Agents. 
COOMBS & CO. 

Seed Stores. 
N'ELSON DeGROFF k CO. 
SMICK S. S. 

Sewing Machines. 
.^TNA SEWING MACHINE 
GROVER & BAKER SEWING 

MACHINE CO. 
SINGERS' SEWING MACHINE 
WHEELER & WILSON'S 

Shingle and Lath Manuf. 

TRIER k TAGMEYER 

Shirt Manufacturers. 
TRIPP & TIGAR 

Silver and Plated Ware. 
KAUFMAN GEO. A. 
MAYER GEO. J. E. & CO. 
MAYER k GRAFFE 



192 



FORT WAYNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Spokes, Hubs, Felloes, &c. 

BRACKENRIDGE & TAYLOR 
OLDS N. (r. & SON 

Stair Builder. 
POTTER JOSEPH L. 

Steam Engines. 
BASS & II ANN A 
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, MOELLERING.' & 

BRO. 
Paul & Koester 

SUTERMEISTER & BECKER 
Undcrhill & Young 

stoves and Hollow Ware. 

Beuvet Julius 

BRANDRIFF & ROBERTS 
GraiFG.W. k Co. 
Jocquelt J. J. 

McCULLOCH & RICHEY 
WEBER ERWIN 
WILSON, SCHUCKMAN & 
MUHLER 

Surgeon. 

Erwin A. J. 

Surveyors. 

(.?<;/! CioU l^ifftiKirs 'inrl Surveyort.) 

Tailors. 

{Merchant.-) 

Akin A. 

Bostiok E. & Son 

CL.XRK JOSEPH 31. 

FLEDDERMAN JOHN G. & CO. 

FREEM.'VN JOSEPH 

HE 1 N(iARTN VAi MARTIN 

LAUFiniTY .*t liRO. 

.MaytT k Giii'b 

NIIIDLINOKR \.k. M. 

JJcady Josej)!! 

TIIIEME J. G. .^- liRO. 

VOGEL C. G. &SON 

WOODWARD M.E. 



i Tanners. 

FRY JACOB ct SON 
I WEISSER E. & CO. 

j Taxidermist. 

SMITH G. A. 

I Tea Dealer. 

j WHITK J. B. 

i Telegraph Company. 

! W E S T E R N U N 1 N TELE- 
GRAPH CO. 

Tin, Copper & Sheet Iron 
I Ware. 

Beuret Julius 

BRANDRIFF cV" ROBERTS 

CARTER WM. 

Graffe (i. W. ^- Co. 

Jocquel J. J. 

McCULLOCH ct RICHEY 

NEUROTll ANTON 

WEBER ERWIN 
'WILSON, SCHUCKMAN & 
1 MUHLER 

Tin Roofers. 

Graffe G. ^V. \- Co. 

Tinners' Stock. 

McCULLOCH ^v RICHEY 
WILSON, SCHUCKMAN" & 
MUHLER 

Tobacco Manufacturers. 

SMITH W. B. .t CO. 

Trunks, Valises, &c. 
LINGENFELSER JOHN 
Neiieiter C. B. 
Shoaff S. H. 

Wood Turners. 
COCHRAN. HU.MPHKEY .'^ CO. 
Krctucr Joseph 

Umbrella Makers. 

Ciiurtuey Lawroiu-c F. 

Undertakers. 

FINK CllAS. 
FFLTILIUS; CAItLL 
TOWKII 1'.. IF 

U. S. Commissioner. 
WHEDON DAYU) P. 



FORT WAYNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



193 



Upholsterers. 

FIIEY W. A. 
GOULD GEO. 
XLAEIIN JOHN J. 
ZIMMER J. G. 

Veterinary Surgeons. 
NESTEL DANIEL 
READ HENRY A. 

Wagon Makers. 
BAKER JOHN 

Broom J. N. 
Browu John 
Meyer Henry 
Steinnian 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. 

C003IBS & CO. 

Willow Ware. 

Schanck Louis. 

Window Blinds. 

Howes D. Agent 
Knothe & Mettler 



Wines. 

(.Rhine.) 

Ferckel Martin 
LEUTZ & KESSLER 

Wines and Liquors. 
BREEN JAMES 
CHALLENGER J. W. 
DiDIER JOSEPH 
FOELLINGER J. M. 
GAFFNEY WM. 
Graff Marx & Son 
HILDEBRAND & CO. 
Kline Jacob 
Laurent John & Son 

McDonnell Patrick 

Phillips B. 

REDELSHEIMER S. & SON 
Scheie & Lauer 
TRENTMAN B. & SON 
WIGMAN H. & CO. 

Wood Yard. 

BURLAGERGEO. & CO. 

Wool Dealers. 

Bash Sc Eakiu 
FREIBURGERS. 
FRENCH, HANNA & CO. 
HEILBRONNER A. 

Woolen Mills. 

FRENCH, HANNA & CO. 



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194 RAILROAD ADVERTISEMENT. 



ijtX J^ UXIM 1^ J^ X Jl 

HAMILTON 4 DAYTON 

cinEiiiiii, ie[[oe m oiieoii iinl 

The only Direct Route 



BET \V E E N 



oiisroiisrnsrj^Ti 



BellefontaiiK 


Ci 


Forest, 


Clyde, 




Sandusky, 


Toledo, 




Adrian, 


Jackson, 




Lansing, 


Owosso, 




Saginaw, 


Bay City, 




Detroit, 


Toronto, 




Hamilton, 


Quebec, 




Montreal, 


AlKl 


all points in 


U\e Canatla.*^ 



No Change ;or Cars between Cincinnati, San- 
dusky and Toledo. 

BAGGAGE CHECKED TO ALL IMPORTANT POINTS. 

siEiPiiG CMS II SIT iMi m siifisiy k mim 

For Ticlcets or irifurmntjon ipl Iv i t tin- [t nci))iil Hiiilroml ^iHii-o." in tin' r'Hinlry, nnil in Cui- 
cinniiti at No. fo W. Fouitli s;.. N. . ii.'. Vii.c St., niid iit I'Pi ot, conn r Fifth and HomiIIv .'■t<. 

D. McL^lREN, Gen'l Sup'l. 
SAM'L STEVENSON, Gen'l Ticket Acjenl. 



RAILEOAD ADVERTISEMENT. 195 



CINCINNATI, 

HAMILTON 4 DAYTON 




MMM m mm iiii. 

The Best and Quickest Route 

oiisrciisr:N"-A„Ti 



Fort Wayne, Chicago, 

Milwaukee, Prairie Du Chien, 

La Crosse, St. Paul, 

Dunleith, Dubuque, 

Omaha, Rock Island, 

Des Moines, Galesburg, 

Burlington, Quincy, 

Cheyenne, Denver City, 

And all Points in the ]Vortli-Wcst. 



..m I! im MTKI IfflMTI illH inm 

BAGGAGE CHECKED TO ALL IMPORTANT POSNTS.! 

Sleeping Cars on ISTight Train 

Fare as Low and Time as Quick as any other line. 



Tickets and information may be had at all Principal Railroad Offices in the Unitetl States:, and 
in Cincinnati at No. 80 W. Fouitli St., No. 115 Vine St., and at C, H. & D. K. K. Depot. 

D. McLaren, GeiV! Sup'l. 
SAffl'L STEVENSO!^, Gen'l Ticket Agenl. 



196 Cincinnati advertisement. 



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Directory Publishers. 

Ciuciunati Directory, ■ ■ Price, $4 00 
Ohio State Directory, ■ - " 5 00 



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CINCINNATI, O. 

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Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 






Blake's Ferry 


Randolph 


Chickasaw 


Franklin 


De Sotoville 


Chocta 






Blocker's 


Tuscaloosa 


Childersburg 


Talladega 


Detroit 


Mario 


Post Office. 


Coimtij. 


Blount Springs 


Blount 


China Grove 


Pike 


Dick's Creek 


Maco 






Blountsville 




Chinnibee 


Talladega 


Dickson 


Frankli 


bbeville 


Henry 


Blowing Spring 


Limestone 


Choctaw Corner 


CIa?k 


Didask's 


Butle 


berfoil 


Macon 


Blue Lick 


Franklin 


Choetawhatchee 


Barboui 


Dixon's Mills 


Mareng 


beriiethy 


Calhoun 


Blue Mountain 


Calhoun 


Chulafinnee 


Randolph 


DodsonviUe 




tieda 


Marion 


Blue Pond 


Cherokee 


Chunenuggee 


Macon 


Dotham 


Dal 


lam's Store 


Coosa 


Blue Spring 


Morgan 


Citronelle 


Mobile 


Dover 


Russe 


Idison 


Tuscaloosa 


Bluff Port 


Sumter 


Claiborne 


Monroe 


Dry Creek 


Lawrene 


Jonee 


Bibb 


Bluff Spring 


Talladega 


Clauselville 




Dublin 


Payett 


Ir Mount 


Clark 


Boligee 


Greene 


Clay 


De Kalb 


Duck Spring 
Dudleyville 


De"Kal 


ibertviUe 


Marshall 


Bowdon 


Talladega 


Clay Hill 


Marengo 


Tallapoos 


exandria 


Calhoun 


Bradford 


Coosa 


ClaysviUe 


Marshall 


Eagle Hill 




len's Factory 


Marion 


Braggs 


Lowndes 


Clayton 


B-vrbour 


Easta Boga 


Talladeg 


lenton 


Wilcox 


Branchville 


St. Clair 


Clear Creek Falls 


Winston 


EastviUe 


Randolp 


Isborough 


Franklin 


Breckinridge 
Brewersville 


Conecuh 


Clifton 


Wilcox 


East Georgia 


Butle 


mond 


Randolph 


Sumter 


Clinton 


Greene 


Dal 


pine 


Talladega 


Brickville 


Lawrence 


Clintonville 


Coffee 


Egypt 


Htnr 


idahisia 


Covington 


Bridgeport 


Jackson 


Clio 


Marengo 


Elba 


Coffe 


iderson's Creek 


Lauderdale 


Bridgeton 


Shelby 


Clopton 


Elliottsville 


Shclb 


inawaika 


De Kalb 


Bridgeville 


Pickens 


Cochran's Mills 


Pickens 


Eldridge 


Walke 


itioch 


Pickens 


Broken Arrow 


St. Clair 


Coffeeville 


Clark 


Elm Bluff 


Dalla 


ITil 


Sumter 


Brooklyn 


Conecuh 


CokerviUe 


Monroe 


Ely ton 


Jefferso 


)ple Grove 
■bacoochee 


Morgan 


Brooksville 


Blount 


Colbert 


Russell 


Emuckfaw 


Tallapoos 
Maco 


Randolph 


Broomtown 


Cherokee 


Coleta 


Talladega 


Enon 


■bor Vita: 


Pike 




Talladega 
Pike 


Collinsville 


De Kalb 


Equality 


Coos 


■Cdelphia 


Montgomery 


Bru^e^vnie ^ 


Coloma 


Cherokee 


Escatawpa 


Washin'^to 


Walker 


Brundidge 




Columbia 


Henry 


Estill's Fork 


Jacksoi 


madiUo 


Butler 


Brush Creek 


Perry 


Columbiana 


Shelby 


Eufaula 


Blac 


bury 


Fayette 


Buchanan 


Randolph 


Comfort 


Pickens 


Eutaw 


Green 


hvillo 


St. Clair 


Buckhorn 


Pike 


Commerce 


Conecuh 


Evergreen 
Fairfield 


Couecu 


hens 


Limestone 


Buena Vista 


Monroe 


Conchardee 


Talladega 


Picken 


■burn 


^Macon 


Buford 


Barbour 


Concord 


Lawrence 


Fairplay 


Calhou 


rora 


Mashall 


Bulger's Mills 


Coosa 


Conechu River 




Fairview 


Walke 


taugaville 


Autauga 


Bullock 


Coffee 


Coosa Valley 


St, Clair 


Farland 


Dal 




Lawrence 


Burleson 


Franklin 


Coppersaw 


Choctaw 


Farmersvillo 


Lownde 


iley Spring 


Lauderdale 


Burnsville 


Dallas 


Cordova 


Fayette 


Farriorville 


Pik« 


rnes' f-^ Roads 


Dale 


Burnt Corn 


Monroe 


Corn Grove 


Calhoun 


Fatama 


Wilco.1 


rryton 


Choctaw 


Bushville 


Barbour 


Corn House 


Randolph 


Fayette C. H. 


Fayett 


rton 


Franklin 


Butler 


Ohoctaw 


Corvikee 


Barbour 


Payetteville 


Talladegj 


rtonvillc 


Walker 


Butler Springs 


Butler 


Cotton Valley 


Macon 


Fernvale 


Tuscaloosa 


shams' Gap 


Morgan 


Buvcksville 


Coosa 


Cottonville 


Marshall 


Fife 


Talladega 


Shi 


Clark 


Buibeeville 


Coffee 


County Line 


Randolph 


Fish Pond 


Tallapoosa 


ttsville 


Barbour 


Cahaba 


Dallas 


Court Hill 


Talladega 


Five Mile 


Perry 


youLabatre 


Mobile 


Cainland 


Calhoun 


Courtland 


Lawrence 


Five Points 




y Spring 


Hargrove 


Calhoun 


Lowndes 


Cove Creek 


Calhoun 


Flag Pond 


Henry 


iver Creek 


Dale 


Cambridge 


Dallas 


Coxville 


De Kalb 


Flat Rock 


Tal!adeg-a 


iver Dale 


Fayette 


Camden 


Wilcox 


Crawford 


Russell 


Flint River 


Morgan 


piiverton 


Marion 


Campbell's Home 


Shelby 


Creek Stand 


Macon 


Florence 


Lauderdale 


iver Valley 


St. Clair 


Camnbell's Store 


Blount 


Cross Keys 




Forkland 


Greene 


3be Springs 




Cami) Hill 


Tallapoosa 


Cross Plains 


Calhoun 


Fort Browder 


Barbour 


llefonte 


Jackson 


Camp Spring 


Lawrence 


Cropwell 


St. Clair 


Fort Deposit 


Lowndes 


leville 


Conecuh 


Carlowsville 


Dallas 


Cubehatchee 


Macon 


Fort Hampton 


Limestone 


Review 


Dallas 


Carroll ton 


Pickens 


Cureton's Bridge 


Henry 


Forts 


Dallas 


I's Landing 


Monroe 


Carthage 


Tuscaloosa 


Curry 


Talladega 


Fox Creek 


Randolph 


Imont 


Sumter 


Catoma 


Montgomery 


Gushing 


Tuscaloosa 


Fosters 


Tuscaloosa 


inettsvillo 


St. Clair 


Cave Spring 
Cedar Bluff 


Fayette 


Cusseta 


Chambers 


Frankfort 


Franklin 


ason 


Bibb 


Cherokee 


D.ideville 


Tallapoosa 


Franklin 


Henry 


aton 


Lowndes 


Cedar Grove 


Jefferson 


Daleville 


Dale 


Predonia 


Chambers 


rkley 


Madison 


Cedar Plains 


Morgan 


Dannelley's Mills 


Baldwin 


Friendship 


Bath 


;hel 


Wilcox 


Ced,<ir Springs 
Central Institute 


Cherokee 


Danville 


Morgan 


Gadsden 


Cherokee 


ihleliem 


Chambers 


Coosa 


Davidville 


Butler 


Gainestown 


Clark 


ilah 




Center 


Cherokee 


Davis Creek 


Fayette 


Gainesville 


Sumter 


tar 


Marion 


Center Hill 


Limestone 


Davis H Roads 


Cherokee 


Gaudy's Cove 


Morgan 


lb 


Pike 


Center Star 


Lauderdale 


Daviston 


Tallapoosa 


Gap 


Walker 


; Creek 


Dale 


Centerville 


Bibb 


D.iwson 


Butler 


Garland 


Butler 


:Coon 


Jackson 


Chalk Bluff 


Marion 


Diiyton 


Marengo 


Gaston 


Sumter 


iPond 


Fayette 


Chambers C. H. 


Chambers 


Dead Fall 


Butler 


Gaylesville 


Cherokee 


.•Spring 


Marshall 


Chanahatohee 


Tallapoosa 


Dead Level 


Clark 


reneva 


Coffee 




Marion 


Chandler's Spring 


Talladega 


Deer Park 


Washington 


Georgiana 


Butler 


•ck Creek 


Choctaw 


Chopultepec 


Blount 


Decatur 


Jlorgan 
Randolph 


Gilbertsborougli 


Limestone 


ck Water 


Walker 


Cherokee 


Franklin 


Delta 


Girard 


Russell 


den Springs 


Choctaw 


Chestnut Creek 


Autauga 


Democrat 


Walker 


Glenville 


Barbour 


irsville 


St. Clair 


Chestnut Hill 


Per?y 


Demopolis 


Marengo 


GnatsviUe 


Cherokee 


kely 

A 


Baldwin 


Chester 


efferson 


De Soto 


Tallapooso : 


Gold Ridge 


Randolph 



POST OFFICES — ALABAMA. 



County. 



Post Office. 



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DalelLadiga 
Coosa LaGrange 



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illy Spring 
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Pickens 

Cherokee 

Calhoun 

Lauderdale 

Coffee 

Lauderdale 

St. Clair 

Greene 

Biuler 

Clark 

Macon 

MarshaU 

Tallapoosa 

J'adison 

Marion 

Pike 

Perry 

Marengo 

Walker 

Fayette 

Cherokee 

Coosa 

Macon 

Shelby 

Autauir. 

Rusiel 

Tiilladtg 

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HiL-korv Flat 
Hukor'y Grov 
High ISIuff 
Hii;h Falls 
Highland 
Hill 

HiUabee 
Hilliau'3 Store 
HiUiardsville 
Hillsborough 
Mine's Precinct 
Hiuton's Grove 
Hoke'M Bluff 

H..II0W Siiuare 

H'dly Grove 

Hopewell 

HopkinsviUo 

Uonorville 

Horn I-.ke 

H'Tse Shoe Bend 

Houston 

Howell's '^ Roads 

Huntington 

HuntsviUe 

Hurri<ane Creek 

Hur viUo 

Indiuu Creek 
Ingram 
Inlercourso 
Ironville 
Island Homo 

IvylllulT 

Jack-on 

Jackson's Camp 

Jueksonville 

Jamestown 

Jasper 

Jay Hird 

Jefferson 

Jena 

J 



Dale 

JIadison 

Lowndes 

Randolph 

De Kalb 

Lowndes 

PiUe 

Marshall 

Macon 

Fayette 

Chambers 

Montgomery 

Dale 



Lamar 

Lamington 

Landersville 

Lanirston 

La Place 

Larkin's Fork 

Larkinsville 

Lawrenceville 

Lebanon 

Lecsburg 

Leighton 

Letohatchee 
Lewis Station 

Libeny^HiU 

Lilly's Store 
Lim'eviUe 
Liueola 
Linden 

Little Oak 
Little River 
Littlesville 
Little Warrior 

Livingston 
Loachapoka 

Lou;; Creek 
Long Island 
Lost Creek 



DeKalb 
Che 
Law 



Shelby 

Fayette 

Talladega 

Jlarshall 

Henry 

Shelby 

Russell 

Pickeng 

Cherokea 

Greene 

Walker 

Greene 

Perry 

Butler 

De! 

Tallapoosa 

Winston 

Cherokee 

Autauga 

Madison 

Choctaw 

Russell 

Autauga 

Pike 

Randolpli 

Sumter 

Perry 

Tallapoosa 

Choctaw 

Morgan 

Clark 

Tallapc 

Calh 



Lower Peach Tree 
I^owndesborough 
Lucky Hit 



McConnell's 

McKinley 

McMath'3 

Macon 

Madison y, Roaa 

Madison Station 



Manningham 

Mantua 

MaplesviUe 

Marble Valley 

Mardisville 

Marietta 

Marion 

Mars 

Masonvillo 

Maysville 

Meehanicsville 

Mellon Valley 

Meltonsville 

Memphis 



Morgan 1 Mount Niles 

Calhoun .Mount Olive 

Franklin! Mount Pinson 

Randolph Mount Pleasant 

Russell Mount Polk 
Lawrence Mount Roszell 
Jackson I Mount Sterling 
MacoD : Mount Vernon 
Jackson! Mount Willing 
Mud Creek 
Henrvl Mulberry 
Mullins 

Murphree's Valley 
nee ; Xanafalia 
ton , Narrow Valley 
Lowndes i Nathansville 
Conecuh !Xauvoo 
LaudiTdale ! Nebo 
Dallas Nelson 
Wilcox I Ncwbern 
Shelby New Bethel 
Talladega Newburg 
Marengo I New Harmony 
Montgomery New Hope 

Pike I New Lexington 
Cherokee | New Market 
Winston I Newport 
Blount New Potosi 
Sumter New Providence 
Maeon New River 
Coviu-ton New Site 

Butler I Newton C. H. 
Jackson jNewtonville 
Randolph 1 New Topia 

Newton Academy 
w Wakefield 
cholson's Store 
Nixburg 
North fiend 
North Port 
North River 
Notasulga 
Oak Bowery 
Oakfusky 
Oak Grove 
Oakland 
Oak Level 
Oakley 
Oakmulga 
Oakville 
Oaktuppa 
Oaky Streak 
Oeeola 
OdenviUe 
Perry 1 Ogee 
Bib\j Old Texas 
Lauderdale 1 Old Town 
Madison 1 Oleander 
Russell Olinda 
Randolph Olney 
Marshall Olustc Creek 
keuSjOiKliki 



Post Office. 



Jeffer 

Mon 

Calh 

Limest 

Choc 

Mo 



Auta 



Pleasant Gap 
Pleasant Grove 
Pleasant Hill 
Pleasant Ridge 
Pleasant Site 
Pleasant Valley 
Plum 
' Pond Town 
Poplar Spring 
Shelijy I Porter 
Blount Portervillo 
Marengo Portland 
C.ilhoun ' Post Oak Flat 
r n --h P-.ir'- Hluti 

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ttaha 



('un..i.n. I'rovi. 
Franklin I Pushr 
ChiuubersiPuscuss 
M;i.li5on Rabbittown 
Tuscaloosa! Radfordsville 
Madison I Rainersville 
Conecuh Raleigh 
Macon I Ramer 
Pike I Ranch 



Barbour 
Wilcox 
Lowndes 

Limestone 
Jackson 
DeKalb 

Tuscaloosa 
Marengo 

Tuscaloosa 
Marengo 
Madison 

Lowndes 

Butler 

Pickens 

Bibb 

Coosa 
Talladega 
La' 



Fav 



Fayette 
Barbour 
Monroe 
Washineton 
Choctaw- 
Coosa 
DeKalb 
Tuscaloosa 

Macon 

Chambers 

Randolph 

Montgomery 

Lauderdale 

Calhoun 

Montgomery 

Perry 



lie 



Meridianvillo 

Mexico 

Middle Ridge 

Midway 

Military Springs 

Mill Grovo 

Millport 

MiUry 

MilUown 

Millvillo 

Milner 

Milo 



Pickens I OiKlika 

Henry I Open Pond 
Madison I Oregon 
Jefferson i Oregonia 
Talladega Orion 
Barbour 'Orison 
Favette: Orlando 
Henry lOrrville 



Randolph 
Rawlings 
Read Level 
Reeltown 
Reavesville 
Red Creek 
Red Hill 
Reese's Mills 
Reform 
Reboboth 
Reubenville 
Richmond 
Ridge Grove 
Ringgold 
Rio Grinde 
River Ridge 
Roanoke 
Rock Creek 
Rockford 
Rock Mills 
Rockville 
Rocky 
Rocky Head 
Rocky Spring 
Kogersvillo 
Romulus 
Rose Hill 
Rosserville 
Round Hill 
Round Pond 
Rural Hill 
Rustic Bowf 
RussellvilU 
Saint Paul 
Saint Stepbei 
Salem 
Sal Soda 
Sand Fort 



Washiiigtou 


Otbo 


Chambers 


Owen's y. Roads 


Butler 


Owischco 


Kandol^.h 


Oxford 


Oiark 


Autauta 


I'aint Rook 


M..l.il,. 


I*Hli'>itine 


Jlonroj. 


Palnietto 


Sh.li.y 


Pan!da 


Montgomery 


Park's Store 


Pike 


I'avncsvine 


Tuscaloosa 


Peik's Hill 


Limestone 


Pelham 



Jon 



Bluff 
Joue^horough 
Kanias 
Kelly's Creek 
Kelly 'sSnring 
Kemp's Orcok 
Ken all's X V-o 
Kennamor 
Kimolga 

K!n5'.inil 

Kin.'«t<.n 

Kinb'ek 

Kirk's Grove 

Kirkvillo 

KnoxviUo 

Kowallg» 



Wu!K.r,M..-.ow 



Oalhooi. M. 

Ch»n.l..T» M. 

Marshall iM. 

Talladega iM. 

Barbour, M( 

Chorokeo M. 

Autauga M' 

Law rence | M. 

Cherokou Mc 

Hutlor.M. 

Grcono j Mount J.-ffe 

Tallapoosa Mount Molg 



nt ll.'bron 
nt ll<gb 
nt llitliard 
nt llupo 
nt Ida 



Clark I Perryville 
Marion I Persons 
Dallas IPettusville 
Lawrence PickensviUfl 

Pierccvlllo 
T:>!ladegaPi«oon Creek 
Franklin I PikeviUo 

Blount I Pilgrims' Rest 
Birbour, PlncknovTilU 
I Pino Apple 



rshall Pin 
Pike Pin 



Flat 
Grove 



Pinr Hill 
Pine Level 
IMuelucky 
iPincvllU 



Chn 

Butler 
Cherokee 
Talladega 
Blount 
Monroe 
Coffee I 
Marshall 
Fayctto 
Pickens 
Pike 
R.issell 
Henry 
Jefferson 
Tuscaloosa 
Pike 
Conecuh 
Orange I Sand Mountain 
Dallas Sand Point 
Chambers Sand Rock 
Henry Sandy Ridge 
Madisu'u Santa 

I Sapn's >< Roads 
Calhonn' Sardis 

Dalt ' Scottsborough 
Jarkson Scottsville 
Ciilhoun Seal's Precinct 
Pickens' Seale's Station 
Marion Sebastopol 
Lowude< Selma 
Jackson SppulfcB 
Snmfcr' Shady (Jrorc 
Calhoun I Sharpesville 
Choctaw 'Shefrteld 

Coffee 1 Shelby Springs 

Piko'shiloh 
PerrvlShoal Crock 
Macon ' Shoal Ford 
Limestone 'SliortcrvlUe 
Pickens' Silver Run 
D.K»lb Sipsey Turnpike 
llutlcr Six Mile 
Marion Skippervillo 
FiiveltP Slate Hill 
Tallapoosa' Snowdnwn 
Wilcox Snow HIU 
Talladega Soocopator 
Pike Society Hill 
Wilcox Somervillo 
M..nlg"nierv Souohabalchee 
Perry I South Butler 
Mifngo, South Florence 



POST OFFICES ARKANSAS. 



Sparta 
Bpriagfield 
Spring Gar.: 



Iterliug 
ItiTritt 
'tovenson 



. I. - .MIIO 

^iilplmr Springs 

Summerfield 

Bummer HiU 

^umtnitt 

^umterville 

suspension 

fweet Water 

Jydney 

Jylacauga 

lydenham 

ylvaa Grove 

alladega 

allassee 



oluea 
ompkinsville 

n Creek 
raveller'3 Rest 
rentoa 
riana 
riou 

'rout Creek 
?roy 
"russ 

iurkeytowu 
'uscaloosa 
'uscumbia 
'uskegee 

Inion 

fnion Springs 
FniontoHu 
fphaupee 
'alhermoseSprin; 
;allev Head 
'an Bnruu 
'icnna 

'ilhige Spring 
'ilula 
'inesvillo 
ioly 

''accoochee 
faco 

''aldrop's Miils 
''alnut Grove 
ralnut HiU 
''arrentoii 
''arrior Stand 
rater Care 
'arsaw 
''aterloo 
^averly 
'eedowee 
\'ewocaviIle 
'cchadkee 
'ehoga 

'ellliorn C. H. 
'eslev Chupel 
'eogufka 
[osobulga 
^estmoreli 
'estover 



County. 

Oonecul 
Green 

CllLTOkui 

Marengo 

St. Clair 

Franklin 

Pike 

Butler 

Lowndes 

Cherokee 

Shelljy 

Jackson 

Baldwin 

Tallapoosa 

Jacksou 



SIo 

' Clark 

Callinun 

Dallas 

Dale 

Blount 

Sumter 

Marion 

Marengo 

Marshall 

Talladega 

Sumter 

Dale 

Talladega 

Tallapoosa 

Jefferson 

Tallapoosa 

Calhoun 

Barbou 

Blount 

AValke 

Marioi 

Butle 

Sumte 

Lawrence 

Coosa 

Jackson 

Madi _ 

Tuscaloosa 

St. Clair 

Pike 

Jefferson 

Cherokee 

Tuscaloosa 

Franklin 

Macon 

Russell 

Greene 

Macon 

Perry 

Macon 

3 Morgan 

DoKalb 

PicKens 
Blount 
Russell 

Jefferson 
Blount 
Russell 

Franklin 

Jefferson 

Blount 

Tallapoosa 

Marshal! 
Maeoi 



Worth 
Velluw C 

Yongesbo 
Vork 
Vo kvill. 
Youngsvi 
Zachary 



De Kalb 

Fayette 
Russell 
Walker 



Arkansas. 



Post Office. 

Aberdeen 

Ada 

Adamsville 

Adrian 

Akin's Store 

Alder Brook 

Albany 

AUeusville 

Alpine 

Amity 

Antioch 

Antoine 

Apple Orchard 

Arkadelphia 

Arkansas Post 

Armstrong Acai 

Ash Flat 

Askew 

Atlanta 

Auburn 



Back Bone 

Baptist Mission 

Bartield 

Barkada 

Barney's 

Bartholomew 

Batesville 

Bayou Metoe 

Beech Bluff 

Bee Branch 

Beech Creek 

Beech Grove 

Belfast 

BellviUe 

Belmont 

Benbrook's Mills 

Bennett's Bayou 

Bennett's K.ver 

Benton 

Bentonville 

Berlin 

Burryville 

Bethel 

Big Bend 

Big Foot 

Big Fork 

Big Pond 

Big Sprin? 

Birnum Wood 

Blllingsley 

Blackjack 

Black Oak 

Black Ferrir 



County. 

Monroe 

Washington 

Bradley 

Sevier 

Saline 

Independence 

Hempstead 

Sevier 

Clark 

Hot Springs 

Pike 

Benton 

Clark 



Philips 

Union 

Arkansas 

Jackson 

Prairie 

Sebastian 

Cherokee 

Mississippi 

Drew 

Philips 

Chicot 

ladepeniience 

Pulaski 

Dallas 

Van Buren 

Clark 

Philips 



Crawford 

Izard 

Fulton 



Cherokee ■ Bland's 



lulu WaUT 
ilcox Sprin 
Hid wood 
'illiams' X 
ilMams* Mii 
ilsonville 
ills Valley 
ind Creek 
interhoroug 
olf Creek 
oodstock 
oodville 



Cliambers Bloomer 
Randolph Bloomington 
Talladega Blae Mountain 
Randolph Bluffton 
Calhoun Boggy Depot 

Coffee Boonsboro' 
Pickens Boone's Grove 
Coosa Boonevillo 
Randolph Borland 
: Lauderdale Boston 
Covington I Branchville 
Dale i Brawley 
CMOsa' Brazil 
-^lohil.; Breckinrid^'O 
Calhoun Bright St.ir 
Madison ! Broetou 
Pike I Brooks 
Wilcox Brownstown 
Randolph BrownsvilU 
s Choctaw I Brunuer 
Covington' Bn 
Shelby 
Cherokee 
Tallapoosa 
Talladega 
St. Clair 
Tuscaloosa 
Jackson 



Buck Horn 
Bnena Visti 
Buffalo 
Buffalo City 
Burney Aead. 
BnrrowsviKj 
Butler 



Carroll 

Pulaski 

Polk 

Searcy 

Montgomery 

Marion 

Izard 

Lafayette 

■Washington 

Scott 

Independence 

Randolph 

Saline 

Bradley 

;g Crittenden 

Sebastian 



Yell 

^ Choctaw 

Washington 

Scott 

Newton 

Washington 

Drew 

Scott 

Saline 

Sebastian 

Lafayette 

Pike 

Jefferson 

Sevier 

Prairie 

Sebastian 

Washita 

Ineependence 

Washita 



Post Office. 

Byrd's Spring 

Cachemasso 

Cadron 

Caddo Grove 

Calhoun 

Calvert 

Camanche 

Camden 

Campabello 

Campbell 

Cane Creek 

Oaney 

Cannon 

Carroll ton 

Casa 

Cass 

Casscoe 

Cat Island 

Cave Creek 

Cedar Creek 

Center HiU 

Centre Point 

Centerville 

Chalk Bluff 

Chambersviile 

OhampagnoUe 

Charleston 

Cherokee Bay 

Cherry Grove 

Cherryvilie 

Chester 

Chismville 

Chocoville 

Choctaw Agenci 

Churchville 

ucinnati 
Clamauda 
Clarendon 
Clark's Mills 
Clarksville 
Clear Creek 
Clear Lake 
Clear Point 
IMear Spring 
Clifty '^ 
Clinton 
Cobbsville 
Cold Water 
Cold Well 
Colerain 
CuUeireville 



Colu 



ibia 



Columbus 

Como 

Constitution 

Convenience 

Coody'3 Bluff 

CornersviUe 

Cotton Plant 

Council Bend 

Cove 

Creek Agencv 

Crockett's Biufi 

Crooked Creek 

Crossoii's Store 

Cross Plains 

Crowley 

Crystal Hill 

Comfort 

Cummins 

Curia 

Cut-Off 

Cypress 

Cypress Crei-k 

Cypress Mills 

Dallas 

Damo 

Danielsville 

Danville 

Dardanelle 

Darysaw 

Dayton 

UeGray 

D.. Roc hey 

De Rosey 

Des Arc 

De Witt 

Doaksville 

Dorcheate 

Double Spring 

Dover 

Dubnuue 

Due West 

Duncan 

Dutcho's Creek 

Duv.aU'3 Bluff 

Eagle 

Eagle Creek . 

Eagletown 

East Fork 



County. 

Jefferson 

Dallas 

Conway 

Montgomery 

St. Francis 

Wa^hTta 

Greene 

Desha 

Conway 

Washita 

Lawr^nSI 

Washita 

Carroll 

^ Perry 

Frankliu 

Arkansas 

Crittenden 

Newton 

Scott 

White 

Sevier 

Montgomery 

Greene 

Dallas 

Union 

Franklin 

Randolph 

Saline 

Prairie 

Ashley 

Scott 

Sebastian 

y Choctaw 

Pulaski 

Washington 

Monroe 

Hempstead 

Johnson 

JIarion 

Prairie 

Arkansas 

Clark 

Madison 

Tau Buren 

Johnson 

Poinsett 

White 

Jackson 

Saline 

IChieot 

Hempstead 

Dallas 

Franklin 

Independence 

Cherokee 

Drew 

St. Francis 

Crittenden 

Polk 

Creek Nation 

Arkan3.as 

Carroll 

Randolph 

Fulton 

Greene 

Montgomery 

Van Buren 

A rkansas 

Independence 

Drew 

Slonroe 

Desha 



Post Office. 

Edge Hill 

Edmondson 

Edwardshurg 

El Dorado 

Elgin 

Elm Springs 

Elm Wood 

Elon 

Eminence 

E.iuality 

Eubauk's Mills 

Eudora 

Eunice 

Eureka 

Evansville 

Evening Shade 

Evergreen 

Fair Dale 

Fair Play 

Fair View 

Falcon 

P'ayetteville 



County. 



Union 

JacksoQ 

Washington 

Carroll 

Asliley 

ndepcndence 

Bentou 

Johnson 

Chicot 

Chicot 

St. Francis 

Washington 

Lawrence 

Randolph 

Arkansas 

Hot Springs 

Dallas 

Columbia 

Washington 



Fitzhugh's Mills HotSpr 



lat Bayou 

Flint 

Florence 

Forest Grove 

Fort Arbuckle 

Fort Gibson 

Fort Smith 

Fort Washita 

Fountain Hill 

Fourche Dum;i3 

Franklin 

Frazier's Point 

Freco 

Fulton 

Gage's Point 

Gainesville 

Galley Creek 

Galloway 

Game Hill 

Gap Springs 

Geesville 
Genoa 

Gillen's Landing 
Glass Village 
Good Hope 
Gordon's Ferry 
Graham 
Grand Glaize 
Grand Lake 
Grand Saline 
Gravelly Hill 
Gravel Ridge 
Grave's 
Grayson 
Greenbrier 
Greenbiisli 
Green Grove 

jn Mount 

Greenshorough 
Greenville 
Greenwood 
Gum Log 



erry 



lot Springs 

Franklin 

Prairie 

Arkans.os 

Ohootaw 

Columbia 

Benton 

Pope 

Marion 

Monroe 

Yell 
Prairie 
Fulton 
Bradley 
Choctaw 
Conwar 



urg 



Ham 
Hampton 
Harmony Springs 
Harold 
Harrisburg 
Harris' Mill 
Hazle Grovo 
Helena 
Henderson 
Henslee's Springs 
Herraannsburg 
Hermitage 
Herndon 
Hibcrnia 
Hickman's Bend 
Hickory 
Hickory Creek 
Hickory Grovo 
Hickory Plain 
Hickory VallcT Indope 
HicksviUu Co 

Hi CO 
Highway 
Isboro 



Cherokee 

Lafayette 
Choctaw 
Cherokee 

Sebastian 

Chickasaw 

Ashley 

Randolph 

Fulton 

Washita 



Pope 

InJependence 

Franklin 

Polk 

Pope 

Clark 

Philips 

Pope 

• Pulaski 

Fulton 

Independence 

Jacksoi) 

Chicot 

Cherokee 

Yell 

Bradley 

Hempstead 

Crittenden 



Drew 

Greene 

Washington 

Sebastian 

Pope 

Lawrence 

Prairio 

Ashley 

I rairie 

Calhouu 

Benton 

Montgomery 



Choctaw 

Lawrenc 

Philipa 

Hot Springs 

Salii,o 

Washington 

Bradley 

Greene 

Pulask. 

Mississippi 

Benton 

;Hemp.'!teaa 

Clark 

Prairie 



ichco 
Hixe'B Ferry 
Hodge's Prairie 
Hollywood 
Holly Springs 
Holmes' Mills 
Hopelield 
Hopewell 
Hot Springs 
HowcU 



-ibia 

Benton 

Clark 

r Union 

Wasliingtou 

Randolph 

Sebastian 

Clart 

Dallas 

Crittendti 

Brudle^- 

II t Sprinc's 

Pup; 



POST OFFICES CALIFORNIA. 



Post Office 

Huddleston 
HnnKary 
Huntsville 
Hurricane 
Indian Bay 



Post Office. 



County. 



Sali 



Tiladison 
Saline 
Slonroe 
Drew- 
Jackson Lawrence 
Jacksonport Jackson 
James' Fork Seliastian 
Jasper Newton 
Jeflersonville Philips 
JenniniTS' Ferry Benton 
Jennv Lind Sebastian 
Johnsville Bradley 
Jonesborough Craighead 
Jones' Hill St. Francis 
Jupiter Madison 
Judson White 
Justus' Mills Hempstead 
Kentucky Valley White 
Kenyon Jackson 
Kedion Cherokee 
Kinderhook Van Bnren 
King's River Carroll 
Kingston Madison 
Laconia Desha 
Lacy Drew 
LaL'Ie Bradley 
LaTRrange Philips 
LaGrue Prairie 
Lake Blnff 

Lake Village Chicot 

Lamartine Washita 

Lanark Bradley 

L'Angnelle St. Francis 

Larissa Prairie 

Laura Town Lawrence 

Latona Ashley 

Leaton Poinsett 

Lead Hill Marion 

Leake's Store Columbia 

Lebanon Senrcy 

Lebow Polk 

Lee's Creek Crawford 

Lchi Jeflcr.^on 

Lenark Falls Cherokee 

I^ewishnrg Conway 

Lewisville Lafayette 

Liberty Washita 

Liberty Springs Van Buren 

Liddesdalc Columbia 

Lima Randolph 

Linden St. Francis 

Line Ferrv Lafayett 

Linn Spring Mills Benton 

Linwood Lawrence 

Lisbon Union 

Little Rock Pnlaski 

Little Spring Madison 

Little Verde(:ri3 Cherokee 

Locust Cottage Jefferson 

Locust Grove Searcy 

Lodi Pulaski 

Louc Grove Washita 

Long Point Arkansas 

I.ong Prairie Sebastian 

Long View AahUy 

Luda Washita 

Luk-fah-tah Choctaw 

Lyneh's Prairie Washington 

Mc Henry '3 Creek Pulaski 

Madison St. Francis 

Magnolia Columbia 

Maguire'B Store Washington 

Murble Madison 
Marble Salt SVorks 

Marianna Philip? 

Marie Saline Ashlc) 

Marion Crillendin 

Marl brook Hempstead 

Marshal Prairie Searcy 

Mars Hill Drew 

Mirtln'i Creek Lawrence 

Wary Green Saline 

Marysvillo Columbia 

Masona Chicot 

Maumellc Pulaski 

WavKVille Benton 
Miceo Creek Nation 

Widdklown Van Uurcn 

Midway Hot Spring- 

Mill Creek Itard 

Willer'n I'oiul Van Bii 

Millwood 8o*icr 

Milor Seb«»tlan 

MullnadelRnv Arkansan 

Monlicrllo ' Drc 
Montonga 

Morcland Po] 

Moro Monr. 

Moro Bay Bradley 

Moi«aw Hcmpitca'd 



Mound City Crittenden 

Mount Adams Arkansas 

Mountain Home Fulton 

Mountain Spring Carroll 
Mount Clairimier Cherokee 

Mount Elba Bradley 

Mount Holly Union 

Mount Ida Montgomery 

Mount Jndea Jsewton 

Mount Moriah Washita 

Mount Olive Jzard 
Mount Parthenon Newton 

Mount Pleasant Carroll 

lilount Silvan Lawrence 

Muddy Bavoii White 

Murfrecsboro' Pike 

Myatt Lawrence 

Napoleon Desha 

Nashville Hempstead 

Natural Dam Crawford 

NeltaBoc Sevier 

New Gaseony Jeflerson 

New London Union 

Norristown Pope 

North Creek Philips 

North Fork Izard 

North Point Pulaski 

Norwoodville Sevier 

Oak Bluff Green 

Oak Grove 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 AVashua 

Owensvillo Saline 

Ozan Hempstead 

Ozark Franklin 

Pacitic Place Crittenden 

Paint Rock Franklin 

Pularm I'ulaski 

Palestine Columbia 

Paraclifta Sevier 

Parkersburg Yell 

Parks Scott 

Pastoria Jefferson 
Patterson's Bluff 

Pea Ridge Benton 

Pecau Point Mississippi 

Pekin Johnson 
Pennington's Mills Pulaski 

Perryvillc Perry 

Petersburg Washita 

Petite Jean Veil 

Petra Craighead 

Pigeon Hill Union 

Pilot Hill Fulton 

Pine Bluff Jeflerson 

Piney Johnson 
Pittsburg 

Planters Philips 

Pleasant Hill Franklin 
I'lea-'ant Plains Indcpcodencc 

Pleasant Valley Yell 

I'lum Bayou Jefferson 

Pocahontas Randolph 

Point Cedar Clark 

Point Mecrs Johnson 

Point Peter Searcy 

Point Pleasi.nt Aehley 
Poke Bayou Independence 

Polk Carroll 

Pontoto<- Chickasaw 

Poplar Blufls Ashley 

Portland " 

Port Williams Scott 

Po»t Oak Calhoun 

Powliatun Lawrence 

Prnlrlc Landing Denhn 

Pratt lie Saline 

Prinri>l<>n Dallaii 

Prgvldrn-e Scarry 

Porn Vail Itureii 
Ullmnn 

Unito Polk 

lUndolph Lafayette 

Kapn'a Burrrn Kultcn 

Kocllllrd Dnlla* 

R;d Fork Dvthn 



Red Hill 
Red Land 
Relf's Bluff 
Revilee 
Richland 
Richmond 
Riggsvillc 
Rob Roy 
Rock Creek 
Rock Fish 
Rock Hill 



County. 

Washita 
Pike 
Drew- 
Scott 
Jefferson 
Sevier 
Izard 
Jefferson 
Yell 
Searcy 
Pope 

Rock Point Independence 

Rock Port Hot Springs 

Rocky Bayou Izard 

Rocky Comfort Sevier 

Roller's Ridgo Renter 

Rolling Prairie Marion 

Rome Clark 

Rondo Lafavette 

Rose Bud ■rt'hite 

Roseville Franklin 

Rover Yell 

Royal Colony White 

Royston Pike 

Russellville Pope 

Saint Charles Arkansas 

Saint Paul Madison 

Santa Fe Craighead 

Scotland linion 

Scrugg's Ferry Philips 

Searcy White 

Selma Desha 

Seminary Washita 

Shakespeare Greene 

Sharon Arkansas 

Sharp's X Roads Independence 
Shawnee Village Mississippi 
Sheriff's Ridgo Hot Springs 
Shetucket Polk 

Shiloh Ashley 

Shoal Creek Johnson 

Sidney Lawrence 

Sniithland Columbia 

Smithville Lawrence 

South Bend Arkansas 

Spavinaw Benton 

Si.ring Bank Lafayette 

Spring Creek Randolph 

Springfield Conway 

Spring Hill Hempstead 

Spring Mill Washington 

Springvale Clark 

Star Wasbita 

Starof the We>t Pike 

Stephens Union 

Sterling Philips 

Stony Point White 

Stover- Dallas 

Stranger's Home Lawrence 
Straw-berry 

Sub Rosa Franklin 

Sugar Grove Lawrence 

Sugar Loaf Sebastian 

Sullivan Springs Independence 
Sulphur Rock 

Sulphur Springs Columbia 

Snmmerville ' Bradley 

Sumpter 

Surrounded IliUi Monroe 

Swan Lake Arkansas 

Sylamoro Izard 

Table Rock 

Tahlcquah Cherokee 

Taney Washington 

Taylor's Crcc'\ St. Francis 
TciTc Noir Clark 

The Narrows Crawford 

Thomas' Store Calhoun 

Three Creeks Union 

Tishcmingo Chickasaw 

Tolbert's F.rn Marion 

Toboxky Choctaw 

Tomahawk Searcy 

Tremont Union 

Trenton Philips 

TrotfsMill Ronton 

Trouble Hill Scott 



Tulip 

Turin 

Twin SprinjH 

Tvler's Blliff 

irtertv 

ritimaThuIe 



Drew 
Dall.-u 
Sabinr 
llonton 
Prrrv 
Pulaoki 
Sovlcr 
Fullnn 
Union 



In|.>n Sprinm 

VachoGrani Sebutian 

Valley 

Vallnnia Randolph 

Van Buren Crawford 

VclTctRid^. White 

VlllagoCro'ik Columbia 



Post Office. 


County. 


Viola 


Fulton 


Violet HUl 


Izard 


Walcott 


Green 


Waldron 


Scott 


Wallace Creek 


Independence 


Waluut Bend 


Philips 


Walnut Fork 


Newto. 


Walnut Grove 


Independente 
Lafyette 


Walnut Hill 


Walnut Plains 


Prairie 


Walnut Tree 


Yell 


War Eagle 


Madison 


Warren 


Bradley 


Washington 


Hempstead 


Watensaw 


Prairie 


Watkinsville 


Newton 


Waverly 


Pulaski 


Webbers Falls 


Cherokea 


Wesley 
West Fork 


Madison 


Washington 
White 


West Point 


H'heelock 


Choctaw 


White Bluff 


Jcffersott 


Whiteley'3 


Newton 


White Oak 


Jefferson 


White Oak Shoals Sevier 


White River 


Desha 


White's Hill 


Newton 


White Sulphur Sprincs 


WbiteviUe 


Marioa 


Whittington 


Si.lin6 


Wild Haws 


Izard 


Wiley's Cove 


Searcy 


Wilmington 


Union 


Wilton 


Piko 


Witt's Spring 


Searcy 


WolfBa/ou 
Wood Hill 


Indepen.lence 


Ashley 


Woodlawn 


Wajl.itft 


Yellville 


Marion 


California. 


Post Of nee. 


County. 


Alameda 


Alamed» 


Alamo 


Contra Costa 


Albany 


Sonoma 


Albion 


Mendocino 


Alleghany 


Sierra 


Alvarado 


Alam.dk 


Alviso 


Santa Clara 


Amador City 


Amador 


American Ranc 


la Shasta 


Anahaim 


Los AuL-clat 


Anderson 


Mend.;.in» 


Angel's Camp 


Calav.ra* 


Antclopo 


Ynl, 


Anthony's Hon 


Be Nevida 


Antioch 


Contra C.sta 


jlrcata 
Auburn 


Huml.ddt 


Placer 


Bangor 
Bank Mills 


I!utt« 


Santa Clara 


Bath 


Pli.cer 


Bear Valley 


Mar.poai 


Bellota 


San J..a.,ui» 


Belmont 


San Mateo 


Benicia 


Solan* 


BidweU'sBar 


BntU 


Big Bar 


TrinitJ 


Big Oak Flat 


Tuolumn. 


Big Valley 


^Nap. 


BiughnniPlon 
Black Point 




\i ...1 


Bloonifield 


^ 


Blue Mountain 


C 


Bodega 


> 


Bulinaa 




Bridgeport 




Brichton 


Sa>r 


Brooklyn 


.\ 


Brown'. Vallc* 




BrownvsTille 


> nbi'j 


Brush Creek 


Hutu B 


Buckcve 


Vol. B 


Bucka' Ranch 


Plum. H 


Burnett 


SunLifiari H 


Burwond 


San J.a.iuilJB 


Batt« VaU».T 


•*. « 


Oacho Creek 


Y0I.I11 


Cahto 


Mcn.l n . 


Calpella 
Callahan'. Ran 


Mc- '. ■ 


Che > 


Camancha 


r» 


CampoScco 


C..l>. 


CamplonTtlU 


^ '.b -. 


Cary'fMllli 


Amid* • 



POST OFFICES — CONNECTICUT. 



Post 



Cou,nty 



Central House 
Ceaterville 
Charleston 
Cherokee 


Batte 

Alameda 

Yolo 

Butte 







OiiHo Calaveras 

Chinese Camp Tuolumne 

Ohurntown Shasta 

Olairsville Mendocino 

Clavksville El Dorado 

Clay's Bar Calaveras 

Clayton Contra Costi 

Clipper Mills Butte 

Oloverdale Sonoma 

Cold Spring El Dorado 

CollinsviUe Solano 

Colloma El Dorada 

Col imbia Tuolumne 

Colusa Colusa 

Oopperopolis Calaveras 

Copper Vale Lassen 

Cosumne Sacramento 

Cottage Grove Klamath 

Cottonwood Tehama 

Orescent City Del Norte 
Cucamonga San Bernardino 

Damascus Placer 

Danville Contra Costa 

Denverton Solano 

Diamond Spring El Dorado 

Don Pedro Bar Tuolumne 
Dougherty's Station Alameda 

Dou-lasCity Trinity 

Downieville Sierra 

Dry Town Amador 

D incau's Mills S-uoma 

Duroc El Dorado 

Dutch Flat Placer 

Eel River Humboldt 

Bl Dorado El Dorado 

Elk Grove Sacramento 

Elliot SaaJo.quin 

Empire Ranche Yuba 

Etna Mills Siskiyou 

Eureka Humboldt 

Fair Play El Dorado 

Farmingtou San Joaquin 

Perndale Humboldt 

Ferry Point Del Norte 

Fisherman's Bay Sonoma 

Folsom City Sacramento 

Firest Home Amador 

Porbestown Butte 

Forest City Sierra 

Forest Hill Placer 

Forks of Salmon Klamath 

Fort Jones Siskyon 

Foster's Bar Yuba 

Fourth Crossing Calaveras 

Fraaklin Sacramento 

Freeport Sacramento 

Fremont Yolo 

French Camp San Joaquin 

French Corral Nevada 

French Gulch Shasta 

Garrote Tuolumne 

Georgetown El Dorado 

Gibsonville Sierra 

Gilroys Santa Clara 

Gold Run Placer 

Goodyear's Bar Sierra 

Grafton Yolo 

Grand Island Colusi 

Grass Valley Nevada 

Green Spring Tuolumne 

Green Wood El Dorado 
Grizzly Bear House Placer 

Grizzly Flat El Dorado 

Grove City Tehama 

Gualala Mendocino 

Half Moon Bay San Mateo 

Hamilton Butte 

Happy Cdmp Del Norte 

Hay Fork Trinity 

Haywood Alameda 

Healdsburg Sonoma 

Henly Siskyon 

Hermitage Mendocino 

Hicksvllle Sacramento 
Hitchcock's Ranch ElDorado 

Houcut Yuba 

Hoop I Valley Klamath 
Hope Valley 

Hopewell Colusi 

Horuitas Mariposa 

How's Branch Tuolumne 

Hvdesville Humboldt 

Iliinoistown Placer 

Indiau Diggius El Dorado 

Indian Gutch Mariposa 

Indian Spring Nevada 



Pual Office. County. 

Inskip 'lutte 

lone Valley Amador 

Iowa City Placer 

Jacinto Colusi 

Jackson Amador 

Jacksonville Tuolumne 
Jamestown 

Janesviile Lassen 

Jenny Lind Calaveras 

Johnson's Ranche Sutter 

Junction City Trinity 

Kelsey El Dorado 

Keysville Tulare 

Kuoxville Lake 

Knight's Ferry SauJoaijuin 

Konigsburg Amador 

Lafayette Contra Costa 

La Grange Stanislaus 

Lake House Sacramento 

Lakeport Lake 

LakeviUe Sonoma 

Lancha Plana Amador 

Laniiworth Stanislaus 

La Porte Sierra 

Latrobe Alpine 

Leitch Ferry Stanislaus 

Lewiston Trinity 

Lexington Santa Clara 

Liberty San Joaquin 

Lincoln Placer 

Linden San Joaquin 

Lisbon Placer 

Little Lake Mendocino 

Little York Nevada 

Lockeford San Joaquin 
Locust Shade 

Long Bar Yuba 

Longville Plumas 

Los Angelos Los Angelos 

Los Gatos Santa Clara 

Lower Lake Napa 

Loyaltou Sierra 

Lynn's Valley Tulare 

Maine Prairie Solano 

Magalia Butte 

Mariposa Mariposa 

Markleeville Amador 

Martinez Contra Costa 

Martinsburg Butte 

Marvsville Yuba 

Mattole Humboldt 

Maxwell's Creek Mariposa 

Mayfield Santa Clara 

Meadow Valley Plumas 

Mendocino Mendocinr 

Merced Falls Merceu 

Meridan Sutter 

Michigan Bar Sacramento 

Michigan Bluff Placer 

Miller's Ranch Batte 

Millerston Mariposa 

Millford Lassen 

Millville Shasta 

Milpitas Santa Clara 

Minersville Trinity 

Mission San Jose Contra Costa 

Mokelumne Hill Calaveras 

Monitor Amador 

Monte Los Angelos 

Monterey Monterey 

Montezuma Tuolumne 

Monte Vista Alameda 

Moon's Ranche Colusi 

Moore's Flat Nevada 

Morman's Island Sacramento 

Mountai Ranche Calaveras 

Mountain Springs Placer 

Mountain View Santa Clara 

Mountain Well Nevada 

Mount Bullion Mariposa 

Mount Eden Alameda 

Mount Ophir Mariposa 

Murphy's Calaveras 
Musquito 

Napa City Napa 

Natividad Monterey 

Neilsburc Placer 

Nevada City Nevada 

New Castle Placer 

Newtown El Dorado 

Nicolaus Sutter 

North Bloomneld Nevada 

North Branch Calaveras 

North Columbia Nevada 

North San Juan Nevada 

Oakland Alameda 

Olema Marin 

Omega Nevada 

Onion Valley Plumas 

Onisbo Sacramento 

Ophirville Placer 

Oregon Housa Yuba 



Post Ofjlct. 



County. 



Orleans 



Klamath 

Oro Fino Siskyon 

OroviUe Butte 

Owsley's Bar Yuba 

Pacheco Contra Costa 

Painesville Nevada 

Paterson Nevada 

Pea Vine Butte 

Penty Butte 

Peseadero Santa Cruz 

Petaluma Sonoma 

Pilot Hill El Dorado 

Pine Creek Butte 

Pine Grove Amador 

Pleasaut Valley ElDorado 

Placerville El Dorado 

Plum Valley Sierra 

Poland San Joaquin 

Pope Valley Napa 

Prairie Yolo 

Preston Marin 

Princeton Colusi 

Punta Arenas Mendocino 

Putah Solano 

Quincy Plumas 

Rattle Snake Bar Placer 

Red Bluff Shasta 

Red Dog Nevada 

Redwood City San Mateo 

Reynolds' Ferry Calaveras 
Rich Gulch 

Richland Sacramento 

Rio Seco Butte 

Rio Vista Solano 

Rook Creek Tehama 

Rockville Solano 

Rome Sutter 

Roseville Placer 
Rough and Ready Nevada 

Round Valley Plumas 
Sacramento City Sacramento 

Saint Helena Napa 

Saint Louis Sierra 

Salinas Monterey 

Salsbury Sacramento 

Salmon'Falls El Dorado 

San Andreas Calaveras 

San Antonio Monterey 
SanBernardino SanBernardino 
San Buenaventara 

Santa Barbara 

San Diego San Diego 
San Francisco San Francisco 

San Gabriel Los Angelos 

San Jose Sauta Clara 

San Juan Monterey 

San Leandro Alameda 

San Lorenzo Alameda 
San Luis Obispo 

San Lnis Obispo 

San Luis Rey San Diego 
San Marcos San Luis Obispo 

San Slateo San Mateo 

San Pablo Contra Costa 

San Pedro Los Angelos 

San Quentin Marin 

San Rafael Marin 
Santa Barbara Santa Barbara 

Santa Clara Santa DIara 

Santa Cruz Santa Cruz 

Santa Rosa Sonoma 
Santo Ynes Santa Barbara 

Sanel Mendocino 

Sawyer's Bar Klamath 

Scott's River Siskyon 

Searsville San Mateo 

Sebastopol Napa 

Secret Ravine Placer 

Seiad's Valley Siskyon 

Sellon's Ranch Yuba 

Shasta Shista 

Shaw's Flat Tuolumne 

Sheldon Sacramento 

Sierra City Sierra 

Sierra Valley ' ' 
SilverSpring 

Slippery Ford El Dorado 

Smith's" Ranche Sonoma 

Smith's River Del Norte 

Smithville Placer 
Snelline's Ranche Merced 

Snugville San Joaquin 

Solana Sacramento 

Soldiers' Bridge Lassen 

Somesville Contra Costa 

Sonoma Sonoma 

Sonora Tuolumne 

Sequel Santa Cruz 

Spanish Flat ElDorado 

Spanish Ranch Plumas 

Springfield Tuolumne 

Stockto;! San Joaquin 



PuHt Office. County, 

Stony Point Sonoma 

Strawberry Valley Yuba 

SuisunCity Solano 

Summit Plumas 

Susanville Plumas 

Sutter's Creek Amador 

Sweetland Nevada 

Table Rock Sierra 

Taho El Dorado 

Taylorsville Plumas 

Tehama Colusi 

Telegraph City Calaveras 

Thompson's Flat Butte 

Timber Cove Sierra 

Timbuctoo Yuba 

Todd's Valley Placer 

Tomalles Marin 

Trinidad Klamath 

Trinity Trinity 
Trinity Center 

Trucky River Placer 

Tule " Tulare 

Two Rock Sonoma 

Ukrah Mendocino 

Uncle Sam Napa 

Union Merced 

Upper Clear Lake Napa 

Vacaville Solano 

Vallicita Oilaveras 

Vallejo Solano 

Viola Sacramento 

Virginia Placer 

Visalia Tulare 

Volcano Amador 

Walnut Creek Contra Costa 

Walnut Grove Sacramento 

Washington Nevada 

Watsonville Santa Cruz 

Weaverville Trinity 

West Point Calaveras 

West Butte Butte 

Whiskey Creek Shasta 

Wilmington Los Angelos 

Windsor Sonoma 

Woodbridge San Joaquin 

Woodland Yolo 
Woodside San Francisco 

Wyandotte Butte 

Wyatt's Store Mariposa 

Yankee Hill Butte 

Yankee Jim's Placer 

Yreka Siskyon 

Yolo Yolo 

Yuba City Sutter 



Coiisiecticut. 



Abin-ton 


Windham 


Andover 


Tolland 


Ansonia 


New Haven 


Ashford 


Windham 


Avon 


Hartford 


Bakers ville 


Litchfield 


Balls' Pond 


Fairfield 


Banksville 


Fairfield 


Bantam Palls 


Litchfield 


Barkhamstead 


Litchfield 


Beacon Falls 


New Haven 


Berlin 


Hartford 


Bethany 


New Haven 


Bethel 


Fairfield 


Bethlehem 


Litchfield 


Black Rock 


Fairfield 


Bloomtield 


Hartford 


Bolton 


Tolland 


Bozrah 


New London 
New London 


BozrahviUe 


Bran lord 


New Haven 


Bridgeport 


Fairfield 


Bridgewater 


Litchfield 


Bristol 


Hartford 


Broad Brook 


Hartford 


Brooktield 


Fairfield 


Brooklyn 


Windham 


Brook's Vale 


New Haven 


Backland 


Hartford 


B.irlington 


Hartford 


Burnside 


Hartford 


Burrvillo 


Litchfield 


Campbell's Mills 


Windham 


Oampville 


Litchfield 


Canaan 


Lite field 


Ml. an Valley 


Litchfield 


Canterbury 


Windham. 


Canton 


Hart ord 


Caaton Center 


Hartford 



POST OFflCES — DELAWARE. 



Post Offce. 

Centra! Villag. 

Center Brook 

Center Groton 

ChapinviUe 

Chaplin 

Cheshire 

Chester 

Chesterfield 

Clinton 

Cobalt 

Colchester 

Cold Spring 

Colehrook 

Coleljrook Rirer 

Collumer 

Collinsville 

Columliia 

Cornwall 

Cornwall Bridge 

Cornwall Hollow 

Coventry 

Coventry Depot 

Cromwell 

Dan bury 

Darien 

Darien Depot 

Deep Kiver 

Derby 

Durham 

Durham Center 

Kacleville 

Kast Berlin 

East Canaan 

Eastford 

KastOlastenburg 

East Oranby 

East Haddam 

East Hampton 

East Hartford 

East Haven 

East Kent 

EastKillingly 

Ea?t Lyme > 

Easton 

East Putnam 

East Windsor 

East Windsor Hill 

liiast Woodstock 

Ellington 

Ellsworth 

Enfield 

Essex 

Fairfield 

Fair Haven 

Falls Village 

Farmers' Village 

Farmington 

Fisherville 

ForestviUe 

Franklin 

Gales' Ferry 

<;ardner's Lake 



Windham 

Middlesex 

New London 

Litchfield 

Windham 

New Haven 

Middlesex 

New London 

Middlesex 

Middlesex 

New London 

Fairfield 

Litchfield 

Litchfield 

Windham 

Hartford 

Tcdland 

Litchfield 

Litchfield 

Litchfield 

Tolland 

Tolland 

Middlesex 

Fairfield 

Fairfield 

Fairfield 

Middlesex 

New Haven 

Middlesex 

Middlesex 

Tolland 

Hartford 

Litchfield 



Fost Office.. 

Laurel Glen 
Lebanon 

Leesville 
Libertv Hill 
Lime Rock 
Lisbon 
Litchfield 
Long Ridge 
Lord's Bridge 
Lyme 
Madison 
Manchester 
Mansfield 
Mansfield Center 
Mansfield Depot 
Marble Dale 
Marion 
Marlborough 
Mashapang 
Meriden 
Merrow Station 
Mi anus 
Middlibury 
MiddU-field 
Middle Haddam 
Middletown 
Mil ford 
Mill Brook 
Millinston 
Mill Plain 



CtmnUj. 

New London 
New London 
New London 

Middlesex 
New London 

Litchfield 
New London 



Pomfret 
Pomfret La 
Poquonock 
Poquanoc E 
Portland 

Prospect 



Litchfield j Putnam 



Georgetown 

Gilead 

Olastenbury 

Glenvillc 

Goshen 



lladilam Neo 

lliidlyme 

Hamburg 

llamdcn 

Hampton 

Hartford 

ilarlland 

Harwinton 

Hawleyvillo 

Ha/.ardvillc 

Hebron 

Higganum 

High Kidge 

Uitchcockvill') 

H.ickanum 

Holchkissvillu 

Huntington 

Huntsvillo 

Jcwutt Cily 

Kc- using ton 

Kent 

Killingly 

Killingworth 

Lakevillo 

LancsvilU 



Windham 

H:irtfnrrt 

H.irtford 

Middlefex 

Middlesex 

Hartford 

New Haven 

Litchfield 

Windha 

ew London 

Fairfield 

\> indham 

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 

'Fairfield 
New London 
New London 
New Hav. 
Tollai 
Middles^ 
Middles- 
Middles 
New Loud 
New Hav 
Windh.i 
Hartfo 



Montville 
Muodus 
Moose Jle 



Mount Carrael 
Mount Hope 
Muddy River 
Mystic 

Mystic Bridge 
Mystic River 



Naugatuck 
New Boston 
New Britain 
New Canaan 
New Fairfield 
New Hartford 1 

HartfordCentcrl 



Fairfield 
New Li 

New London Reddin; 

New Haven 

Hartford 

Tolland 

Tolland 

Tolland 

Litchfield 

Hartford 

Hartford 

Tolland 

New Haven 

Tolland 

Fairfield 

New Haven 

Middlesex 

.Middlesex 

Middlesex 

New Haven 

Litchfield 

Jfiddlesex 

Fairhelii 

Litchfielu 

Fairfield 

New Loiiduu 

Middlesex 

Tolland 

Windhan. 

Litchfield 

New H 

Tolland 
N 

New London 
New Lond 
New Lond 

Hartford 
Mew Hav 
Windham 



Redding Ridgo 
Ridgebury 
Ridgetield 
Ridgefield Static 
Rol ertsville 
Rockland 
Rockville 
Rocky Hill 
Round Hill 
Roxbury 

Salisbury 

Sandy Hook 

Saugatuck 

Saybrook 

Saybrook Ferry 

Scitico 

Scotland 

Seymour 

Sharon 

Sherman 

Simsburv 

Smith'sRidge 



County. Post Office. 

Windham Iwcst Granbv 
■Windham I West Hartford 
Hartford West Hartland 
ew London West Haven 
Middlesex (West Killingly 
ew London West Meriden 
Hew Hwen I Westminster 
Windham I West Norfolk 
Tolland West Norwalk 
Hartford [Weston 
Fairfield I Westport 
Fairfield West Redding 
Fairfield West Stafford 
Fairfield I West Suffield 
Fairfield I West Thompson 
Westville 
West Willington 
West Winstcad 
West Woodstock 
AVethersfield 
Willimantic 
Willington 
Wilton 
Winchesti 



Somcrsville 
South Britain 
Southbury 
South Caiiaan 
South Coventry 
South ford 
South Glastonbury 
Southincton 
South Killingly 
South Lvme ^ 



Litchfield 

New Haven 

Tolland 

Hartford 

Fairfield 

Litchfield 

New London 

Litchfield 

Fairfield 

Fairfield 

Middlesex 

Middlesex 

Hartford 

AVindham 

Haven 

Litchfield 

Fairfield 

Hartford 

Fairfield 

Tolland 

Tolland 

New Haven 

New Haven 

Litchfield 

Tolland 

New Haven 

Hartford 

Hartford 

Windham 



No 



Counly, 

. J"'"-' 
Hartforo Jfilio 
Hartfort S(«i 
Hartford S(ji 
New Haven 
Windhan 
New Hnv.- 
Wii-i'i' ■' 



Wind! 
New Haven 
Tolland 
Litchfield 
Windhan 
Hartford 
Windhai 



Windemere 



Ha 



Nev 

Newington 
New London 
New Milford 
New Preston 
Newtown 
Niantic 
Noank 
Norfolk 
North Ash ford 
North Bran ford 
North Canton 
North Colebrook 
North Cornwall 
Nortlifield 
Northfcird 



Hartford 

New London 

Litchfield 

Litchfield 

Fairfield 

New Loudon 



Lou 



1 field 



Stafford 

Stafl-ordviUe 

Stamford 

Stanwich 

Stafl'ord Springs 

Stepney 

Stepney Depot 

Sterling 

Sterling Hill 

Stony Creek 

Stnningtou 

- ,:,ti,.rd 



Hartford 
Litchfield 

Fairfield 

Fairfield 
Litchfield 
Windham 

Hartford 

Windham 

Tolland 

Tolland 



Windham 

Windsor 

Windsor Locks 

Windsorville . 

Winnipauk 

Winstead 

Winthrop 

Wollcott 

Wolcottville 

Woodbnry 

Woodstock 

Woodstock Valley 

WoodviUe 

Yantic 



Fairfitlc 
Center Litch' 

Tolland 
Windha 
Hartfo 
Hartf" 



Lit 
Mid 
New- 
Lit 
Lit 
Wi 
Wi 
Lit 



Delaware. 



Post Office. Counli 

Angola Suf 

Black Bird New T , 

Blackstonc'sk; Roads K 

Black Water ^ 

Bridgevillo 

Camden 

Cautcrbur 

Cedar Crei 

Cent.rviUi 



Ke 
Snssej 
New CastU 



rth I 



I ford 



North Haven > 

North Killingwortli 
North Lvme N- 

North Jladison > 
North Manchester 
North Norfolk 
North Somers 
North Staniford 



Litchfield Trumbul 



Litchfield Norwicl 
Fairfield Norwicl 
Hartford I OukvilU 
Tolland | Oncco 

Middlesex I Orange 



N.'w 

Wi 

New 



Litchfield I Gxf 
Harlford P»r 

Litchfield Pen 
Fairfield Phn 

Litchfield Pi" 



Ha 



LitchfielJ ! Plymouth Hollow 



..ificld, , 
thfloldl 
shflaidh 



, W..|.lbr"o 
West Che 
, West Che 



Windham 


Cooch's Bridge 


Ne\ 


New Haven 


Dagshorough 




New London 


Deakyneville 


Nev 


Fairfield 


Delaware City 


Ne\ 


Hartford 


Delmar 




Hartford 


Dover 




Litchfield 


Draw Bridge 




Litchfield 


Farmington 




Windlmm 


Felton Station 




Harf.ird 


Frank ford 




Tulbmd 


Frederica 




Litehfuld 


Georgetown 




Litchfield 


Glasgow 


Ne^ 


Fairfield 


(ircenwood 




ill Fairfield 


Gumborough 




Toll:.ud 


Hairs Store 




New I,on.'on 


Hare's Corners 


Nev 


Tolland 


Harrington 




Hartford 


Hazlcttville 




Toll.nd 


HfurvClay Factory N. 


Toll.nd 


Hockess.n 


Nex 


Win.ll.iim 


Houston 




New H.nen 


H(dlv\illo 




Hart'nrd 


K.utun 




Litchti.ld 


K.rk«ood 


N. 


Litchli.ld 


Laurel 




New Haven 


Leipsic 




N.w London 


Lewis 




Litebti.ld 


Little Creek Lan. 


inp 


N.-« 11 1, 


I.-.V.Mll.- 


Nev 


w •, 


1 . .-X Road. 




11, ■ - 


M 1 llandsvillo 


Nc 


11 ■ 


M. I' MMUgh 


Ne 


M ■ 1. • N 






N. i> M •, ,, 


\- , l,v Hope Bri 


Jgo 


N,v. 1 - 


M,.l.n;.'(',',rd 


N. 


Windham 


Middletown 


Ne 


Litchfield 


.Milford 





POST OFFICES DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA— FLORIDA- GEORGIA. 



Post I 



County. 



ifillslioroush Sussc: 

Hilton 

•Jewark New Castl 

■few Caslle 
Newport 

)dessa New Castle 

■son's Corner K 



led Lion '• 

iaint Georse'3 " 

;eaford 

ielbyville " 

mj'rna Ken 

tanton New Castb 

Summit Bridge 
ownsend's Station 
unnell's Store Sussex 

evuon Ken 

Villow Grove 

lington New Castle 



Dlsf. Col!!MiI)ia. 



Office. 



County. 



roorgetown Washington 

)ak Grove Washing 

nnallytown Washing 

Jni..iitowu Washingi 

Washington City Washington 



Florida 



Post Offic 



County. 



LdamsviU 

Uafia 

Vlmirante 



Sumtei 
HiUsburoiigh 

Walton 
neilla JeHorsou 

palachicola Franklin 

rcher Alachua 

spalaga Gadsden 

tsenaOtie Levy 

ngusta Beiitou 

ustiuville Santa Rosa 

alley's Mill Leon 



!ald 

Jarber'a 

Jay Port 

Jeaselev 

Jelleville 

ienhaJen 

teuton 

ckDirt 
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Columbia 
Hernando 
Jefferson 



Columbia 
Liberty 



Escambia 
Nassau 
Jaoksou 



Uc 



Bluff Spring 
allahans 
aippbellton 
mp Izard 
!amp Yard 
Brake 
rTree 
enterville Leon 

Gordo Holmes 

hattahoochee Gadsden 

lierry Lake Jladison 

■ ■ Hill Gadsden 

lay Landing Levy 

WaterHarbor Hillsboro' 
lifton Madison 

ibus Columbia 

rd Gadsd.'n 

Hill Santa Rosa 

Hillsborough 
Hill 

Marion 



■it River W 

Icoafina Wasli 

t Mile W 

Cllisville Col 



Post Office. 



Cour, 



Port Hamilton Madison 

Forf Jeflerson Monroe 
Fort Mead Hillsborough 

Gainesville Alachua 

Greenwood Jackson 

Hamburg Madison 

Hawkinsville Orange 

Hibernia Duval 

Hodgson's Distillery Leon 

Houston Suwannee 

Huntsville Columbia 

Ichetucknee Columbia 

Indian River Brevard 

lola Marion 

Jacksonville Duval 

Jamonia Leon 

Jasper Hamilton 

Jennings '' 

Key West Monroe 

King's Ferry Nassau 

Knox Hill Walton 
Lake Butler Court House 

New River 

Lake City Columbia 

Lake George Putnam 

Lake Griffin Marion 

Lake Harris Sumter 

Letshatchea Lonnders 

Lewisville Nassau 

Little River Columbia 

Long Pond i<evy 

Long Swamp Marion 

Mcintosh Laiavette 

MeLellanville Santa Rosa 

lie Queen Lafayette 

MaMison C H Madison 

Magnolia Mills Duval 
Manatee Hillsborough 

Mandarin Duval 

JIariana Jackson 

May ].ort Mills Duval 

McUonville Marion 

lliauii Dade 



5py 



Ala 



iNIiccosukee 


Leon 


Middleburg 


Duval 


Midway 


Gadsden 


Millwood 


Jackson 


Milton 


Santa Rosa 


Monticello 


Jetl'erson 


Morrison's MiUs 


Alachua 


Jtosely Hall 


Madison 


Mount Pleasant 


Gadsden 


New Boston 


Suwannee 


Newnansville 


Alachua 


Newport 


Wakulla 


New River 


Columbia 


New Smyrna 


Orange 


Oakland 


Orange 


Ocola 


Marion 


Ocean Pond 


New River 


Ochesee 


Calhoun 


Olustee 


New Rivrr 


Granule Hill 


Washington 


Orau-c Lake 


Jlari„n 


i)ran^e Mills 


St Jolni, 


Orange Spring 


Orau^'e 


Pal an 


Clav 


Palestine 


Columbra 


Palmyra 


Sumter 


Pawtuxett 


Wakulla 


Pciacola 


Sauiaa 


l^.colata 


St Johns 


Piereeville 


Ilernandu 


P.latka 


Putnam 


Ponce De Leon 


Ilolme.-i 


Providence 


Columbia 


Qiiiucy 
Rickoe's Bluff 


Gadsden 




St. Audrew'sBay Washington 


St. Austiue 


St. J-.!ii,. 


St. Helena 


Colun,!. 


St. Mark's 


Wak (l; 


Sanderson Station 


New lii. . 


SaMl> Ford 


Jetlersnu 



Post Office. 



County. 



Vernon Washingt. 

Wacahootie Mari 

Waldo Alach 

Wardville Walton 

Warrington Escambia 

Water Oak Muscogee 

Waukeenah Jefferson 

Wekeira Levy 

Welaka Putnam 

White Springs Hamilton 

Yellow Bluff Duval 



Georgfla. 



Abbeville 
Acworth 
.Adairsville 
Adams 
Air Line 
Albany 
Alexander 
Allendale 
Allatooua 
Allen's 
Al pharetta 
Alpine 
Amandaville 
Americas 
Ami 

Amicalola 
Ammy's Creek 
Anderson 
Andersonville 
Anthony Shoals 
Antioch 
Appling 
A'luilla 
Arabia 
Argo 

Armuchee 
Asbury 
.Athens 
Atlanta 
Attapulgus 
\uburn 
Augusta 
Auraria 
Ava 

B.iley's Mills 
Baiubridge 
Bairdstown 
Hald Spring 



iielleview 

:!eU..n 

BoaevoUnce 

B-n-'al 

Berkshire 

I'., riheba 

lijrzelia 

Beslin 

B-'tliel 

Betnlehem 

Big Creek 

BigSirautee 



oiioway 

'ort Dade 
Gates 



L> 

Wakulla 

Marion 

Wakulla 



Leon 

llsborough 

St. Johns 

Clay 

Columbia 

Walton 

Volusia 



'•.loonitield 
itbjuntsville 
*!li>witig Cave 
Blue Creek 
lllui' Ridge 
Bluff Spring 
Buggers 
Bold Spring 
BoUonville 
Boston 
Buttsford 
Bow don 
Bowensville 
Bowei-svllle 
Box Spring 
Bo.iville 



Hart 
Baker 
Burke 



Richmond 

Milton 

Chat 

El 

Sum. 

Forsyth 

Lumpkin 

Habersham 

Whitfield 

Sumter 

Elbert 

Troup 

ColuL ■ ■ 

Franklin 

Thomas 

Hal 

Floy I 

Troup 

Clark 

Fulton 

Decatur 

Gwinnett 

Richmond 

Lumpkin 

Lowndes 

Gordon 

Decatur 

Oglethorpe 

Franklin 

Cherokee 

Pike 

Lumpkin 

Floyd 

Soriveu 

Habersham 



.nklin 
dolph 
allock 



Columbia 

Banks 

Glynn 

Forsytli 



Pierce 
Baldwin 
Stewart 

Union 
liarly 

Worth 



(Jilmer 

Talbot 

Campbell 

Franklin 

Cobb 

Thomas 

Sumter 

Carroll 



iikli 



Union 



Post Office. 

Brandon 
Brasstown 

Brick Store Newton 

Brooksville Randolph 

Broad River Elbert 

Brown's Cobb 

Brown's Bridge For,<vth 

Brownsville PauUf-ng 

Brushy Branch Berrien 

Brunswick Glynn 

Buchanan Haralson 

Buck Creek Scriven 

Buck Eye Laurens 

Buck Head Morgan 

Bueua Visoa Marion 

Buffalo Carroll 

Buford Randolj.h 

Bull Creek Tatnall 

Busbvville Houston 

Butler Tavlor 

Byrd's Mills Cofiee 

ByromviUe Dooly 

Byron Houston 

Cains Gwinnett 

Cairo Decatur 

Calhoun Gordon 

Camilla Mitchell 

Campbellton Campbell 

Cane Creek Walker 

Canoochee Emanuel 

Canton Cherokee 

Cardeville Jones 

Carnesville Franklin 

Carrollton Carroll 

Cartersville Cass 

Carticay Gilmer 

Cassandra Walker 

Cassville Cass 



iba 



Catooso 


Lumpkin 


Catoosa Spring 


Catoo.sa 


Cave Spring 


Floyd 


Cedar Branch 


Campbell 


Cedar Creek 


Floyd 


Cedar Grove 


Walker 


Cedar Spring 


iiariy 


Cedartown 


Polk 


Center 


Talbot 


Center Valley 


Murray 


Center Village- 


Camden 


Central Point 


Carroll 


ChalvbeateSpriugs 


Meriwether 


Chapel Hill 


C.n.pbell 


ChanceviUe 


Carroll 


Chaseville 


Jl array 


Chattoogaville 


Chattooga 


Cheehero 


Kal.uu 


Cherokee Mills 


Cherokee 


Chenuba 


Terrell 


Cherrv Grove 


Gwinn tt 


Chestnut Flat 


Walker 


Chestnut Gap 


Gilmer 


Chestnut Mountain Hall 


Chickasawhatehee 


Lee 


Chinkapin Grove 


Gwinnett 


Choestoe 


Union 


Church Hill 


Mar-;on 


Clarksville 


Ilaber.sliam 


Clay Hill 


Lineolu 


Clayton 


Rabun 


Clayville 


T^Hair 


Clinton 


Jones 


Clvattsville 




Coal Mountain 


For.^th 


Cohuttah Springs 


Morray 


Colaparchee 
Cold Water 


Monroe 


Libert 


Coleman's Depot 


Ranuolph 


Colquitt 


.Miller 


Columbus 


Musc-oaee 


Columbia Mine 


Coliimliia, 


Concord 


Fiiiton 


Convenient 


Floyd 


Conycrs 


No « ton. 


Cook's Law Office 


EIi>-rt, 


Cool Spring 


Wilkin.tai 


Coosa 


Moyd- 


Coosa wattce 


Munay 


Co|ieland 


Tel. air- 


Corinth 


Heard 


Cork 


iJutta- 


Cornucopia 


Jouea. 


Cottage M ill Chattahoochee r 


Cotton Hill 


Clay. 

Campbell:, 


County Line 


Covington 


^•cwton,, 


Cow Creek 


Clincfc, 


Craftsville 


Libert 


Crawford 


Oglethorpe 


Crawfordsville 


Taliaterro. 


Crosby 


Habersham. 


Cross Creek 


PuhukJ, 



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p.. St Office. 


Cou <y. 


Fost Office. 


County, i Po«t Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


Coun,y. 


Cross -ers 


De Kail. 


Free Bridge 


Gordon Jackson 


Butts 


Montezuma 


Jlacoi 


Cru..vill« 


Ln.nikin 


FreemansviUe 


Milton JacksonviUe 


Telfair 


Morgan 


Calhoui 


CulludKn 


M.n.O€ 


Friendship 


Stew an Jamestown 


Muscogee 


MorgautonC. H. 


Fannii 


Ci Iv.rton 


Hanco k 


Frick's Gap 


■•\Valkei Ja.per 


Pickens 


Morris Station 


Quitmai 


Cumming 


Forsytl 


Fryer's Pond 


Burke Jateel 


Meriwether 


1 Morven 


Cunohoe 


Haber-ban 


Fulton 


Gobi Jclerson 


Jackson 


Moselv's Store 


p. . ,.. 


C-.rry's Mills 


Washingto, 


Furlow's 


Callo iiMellcrsonton 


Camdei 


Moultrie 




C irtright 




Gaddistown 


Union !. let;, rsonville 


Twigi- 


^Mountain Hill 




Oussetta 


Chattahoochee 


Gainesville 


H.ll.lobnsou's Station 


Mclntosh 


Mountain Scene 




C.thbert 


Randolph 


Gartrell 


Campbell. lolinstonville 


Monroe 


Mountain Town 




Cut Off 


Walt'.n 


GatesviUe 


E.irlv i.I.jnesborough 


Fayette 


Mount Carmel 


ilurj 


Da hi Onega 


Lun,,.U.n 


Gavton 


Efli, .be .Lines' Mills 


Meriwether 


Mount Eolia 


Towm 


Dallas 


PauMi,,^ 


Geneva 


Tallol Jobilee 


Warren 


Mount Hickory 


Chatt..og8 


Dal ton 


Whitticb 


Keiirpctown 


Quitmai 
Franklin 


Juno 


Lumpkin 


Mount Pleasant 


(11 vn 


Damascus 






Kedron 


Coweta 


Slount Vernon 


Moi, • 


Danburg 


Wilke> 




Henr^ 


Kins Chattahoochee 


Mountville 




Daniflsville 


Madi^.,1 


(Jibson 


Glasscock 


Kin;;ston 


Cass 


Mount Yonah 


n. 


Danville 


Sunitei 


Gill ans 


iDouphert^ 


Kiokee 


Columbia 


Mount Zion 


1: 


Darvn 


Molnto.l 


GillsviUe 


Hal 


Knoxville 


Crawford 


Mulberry 
Mulberry Grove 




Dark Corner 


Campb.-ll 


iirard 


BurkL 


La:avetto 


Walkei 


!■ rri 


Davi.l,orough 


Washington 


lasL'Ovr 


Tbon.as 


La Grange 


Troui 


Nacoochee 


Hall n 


Da^ is Crtek 


For?ytb 


G...ualta 


Marioi 


Lanier 


JIacon 


Nail's Creek 


li ,•,; 


Daw sou 


Terrel 


Gl un (Jrove" 


Favett. 


Laurel Hill 


Carroll 


Nankin 


1 . 1 i'^ 


Dawsonville 


Daw-.. „ 


Glcnniore 


War. 


Lauren's Hill 


Laurens 


N-vomi 


W k- 


Decatur 


De Kail 


G.od Hope 


Waltoi 


Lawrenceville 


Gwinnett 


Nashville 


J; , j ,. 


Delhi 


AVilk.-> 


Goodman's X Roads Harris 


Lawson 


Wilcox 


Navlor 


T... ' Ac 


Deunis 


Patniini 


Good-on 


SpaldiuL 


Law ton 


Clinch 


Nebraska 


C 


Deerland 


Woi-tli 


G,od« 11 


Franklii 


Leakesville 


Jasper 


Nelson 




De Soto 


Panldin? 


G..riion 


■VV ilk in SOI 


Leather^viUe 


Lincoln 


New Agency 
Newborn 




Dirt Town 


Chattooga 


Goshen 


Lincoh 




White 




Doctor Town 


Wavn. 


Grangersville 


Maci 


Lester's District 


Burke 


New Bridge 


1. 


Double Branches 


Lincoln 


Grantville 


Cnwet; 


Lexington 


Oglethorpe 
Pike 


New Manchester 


c ■ 


Double Bridges 


l-|.-..n 


Graysville 


Catoosti 


Liberty Hill 


New Market 




Double Wells 


Wjrr.'i: 


Green Hill 


Stewart 


L me Sink 


Decatur 


Newnan 


e 


Douglass 


Coticc 


(Ireenbnsh 


Walke. 


Liucolnton 


Lincoln 


Newsville 


1!. 


Dover 


Terrell 


Green Cut 


Burke 


Linton 


Hancock 


Newton 




Drakctown 


Paulding 


Greenfield 


Colquiti 


Linxood 


Randolph 


Newton Factory 




Drayton 


Dooly 


Greensborough 


Green, 


Little Prairie 


Cass 


Newtown 




Dry Forks 


Oglethorpe 


Greenville 


Meriwether 


Little River 


Cherokee 


Nochway 


]; 


Drv Lake 


Thomas 


GrestviUe 


Liberty 


Little York 


Montgomery 


Noonday 




Dry Pond 


J.ckson 


(iriffiu's Mills 


Lowndes 


Locust Grove 


Henrv 


Oak Bower 




DuMne Street 


Habersham 


Grifi-n 


Spauldinv 


Lodi 


Coweta 


Oak Grove 




Dil.liu 


Laurens 


Griswoldville 


Jones 


Loganvillo 


Walton 


Oak Hill 




Duck Creek 


Walker 


Groovcrville 


Brooks 


Lombardy 


Columbia 


Oakland 




DuncanviUc 


Thomas 


Grove 


Elbert 


Long Branch 


Tatnall 


Oak Ridge 


Met 


Dykes' St..re 


Flov,! 


i;rove Level 


Franklin 


Long Cane 


Troup 


Ocmulgeeville 




E, 1..- Cliff 


AV.lk.r 


Gum Greek 


Doolv 


Long Street 


Pulaski 


Oconee' 


Wa 


Ea-'lc Grove 


Elbert 


Gum Pond 


Mitchei! 


Lookout Station 


Dade 


Octavia 




E:,.i Point 


Fulton 


Guvton 


Effingham 


Lost Mountain 


Cobb 


Odchodkcc 


i: 


E.toot.m 


Putnam 


Hah Ira 


Lowndes 


Londsville 


Habersham 


Ogeeehec 




E'. ne/.or 


Morgan 


Halevondalo 


Scriven 


Louisville 


Jeflerson 


Oglethorpe 




K.l u 


Efl-.n.ban, 


Hall6ca Chattahoochee 


Lovc.ioy's Station 


Clayton 
Telfair 


Okapilco 
O'Neal's Mills' 


1, 


El. nil eld 




llaiubnrL' 


Macon 


Lumber City 




Ervpt 


Eir.n-lia'm 




Harris 


Lumpkin 


Stewart 


'Oothculoga 


t',si 


Elbcrton 


1 ! 1 • 


; ! II 1 ' c .'liie 


Stewart 


LuthersviUe 


Meriwether 


Ophir 


Cheroka« 


Elenor 


11 ' t 


II 1! il 1 :, 


Coweta 


Lvthonia 


DeKalb 


Orange 




Ellavillc 


S- 1 


II ,- : 1 ■•- Grove 


Jackson 


Sfc Been Depot 


Richmond 


Owen's Ferry 


Cam del 


ElKrsIie 


11.. ■ 


III Mills 


Dawson 


MeOonough 


Henrv 


Oxford 


Newtoa 


E;i ay 


(;,|., 




Ilarl 


McKlveeusville 


BakeV 


Pachitta 


Calhoni 


Kn.l'in- Mills 


Cai.ii ' 


II . Mills 


Mnrnu 


Mc<iuire's Store 


Floyd 


Palmetto 


CoweO 




lb ,. 


II ,„i,,n.Mlle 


Pultisk. 


Mclutire 


Wilkinson 


Palo Alto 


J.i-pfl 


Krastin 


FranKiu. 


llav W.....1 


■\Vasliini:ton 


Mcintosh 


Liberty 


Pal OS 




K-nn 


Jleriwetb.-i 


lla\nevillo 


Houston 


McKtie's Store 


Telfair 


Paoli 


M 


I->on. Hill 


I'ulk 


llciid ofTennessco 


Rabuu 


Macon 


Bibb 


PardncB 


1 


Etna 


Pauldiu;: 


Hearnville 


Putnam 


Madison 


Slorgan 


Paris 




E--«a 


Cas.- 


Hebron 


AVushingtoi. 


Madison Springs 


Madison 


Parker's Store 


1 


E 'banks 


Columbia 


Henderson 


Houston 


Magnolia 


Clinch 


Patterson 


r 


Euharlcy 


Cas.^ 


Herndon 


Burke 


Mallorysvillo 


Wilkos 


Peaks 


1 : -\ 


EvTcifs Si.rlng 


Floyd 


Hiawadxee 


Town- 


Marble Worka 


Pickens 


Pen field 




Eacevillc 


Dceal,,, 


Hickory Flat 


Cherokee 


Marcus 


Jackson 


Perry 


11 ' '■ 


Eairbnrn 


Cai.iei.. 




Crawford 


Marietta 


Cobb 


Perry's Mills 


1 .'\ 






II "' l.''vcl 


Ctirroll 


Marion 


Twiggs 


Phi bclla 


Vr n 


air'p'lay 


Hi'.'.' , ' 


II 1. I' . lit 


Walker 


MarsballsviUo 


Mac\^ 


Philomath 


Ogb- 


F...rv„.w'^ 


FraoKl,, 


llifii Mi.iaU 


Morga.i 


Matlock 


Tatnall 


Piercoville 




Fancy Hill 


Mi.rra, 


II i-n r.n\ .r 


Fur.- V III 


MaM.y 


Oglethorpe 


Pinckneyyillc 


Gwmn,.'tl 


Farmer's Academy jMac.n 


H,ll,|...r..iuh 


.la.'p., 


Mavll.ld 


Warnu 


I'ine Log 


(' i.M 


FarmersvilU 


ChnU.,,u.u 


llinc^vi^,• 


Ltb.l,^ 


M.;hauicsville 


J as pet 


Pine Mountain 


i;,buQ 


Firminffton 
F.vettvTlI« 


Cla k.. 


llulil.l.i 


Da.r. 


.M.hiUc 


Cbatt,...^a 


Pincville 


M.,i-,..n 


Fttvette 


Hu^'aM,ville 


Tr..u|i 


Ml. Idle Ground 


Scriven 


Piscola 


Low 11. lei 


r nn's Bridge 


Jcfl.-r,„n 


11. .n Mountain 


Hall 


Middle Kidge 


Newton 


Plains of Dura 


Sumter 


|- ronin 


Oon>.. 


Hol.'ombe 


Burk 


Middle River 


Franklin 


Pleasant Hill 


T.ill.ol 


F'llni.iri! 


•\V>itlleld 


Hollinirsworth 


Haber-^ham 


Midvillo 


Burke 


Plcnuant Ketreat 


L nun kin 


I- lb Dam 


Elbert 


Hollv Greek 


Murniv 


Mil ford 


Baker 


Poindcxter 




K at P.,i,.| 




Hon.er 


Banks 


Millard 


Stewart 


Point Peter 


0..1 '■' ' ' 


p at Rock 


n..i.'rl' 


H.im.rsvillo 


Clineb 


Mill Creek 


I'nlon 


Polksvillo 




{.■ at ISIioliU 


Meriw..lh..V 


llolmesvillo 


Appling 


MilledKeville 


Biildwin 






Fl Ml 11.11 


Ci.rr..l 1 


Hopeful 


IJnrke 


Ml lien 


Burke 1 


Pond F.'.rk 


.1 


Flint Itivcr Factory Fi.ion 


Hot Mouse 


Fann.n 


Mill (irovo 


Cobb 1 


Pond Spring 


\'. 


d'linl^villo 


Franklin 


HouMc Creek 




Mill Itaveu 




Pope Hill 


.1 


Fl.>rcncc 


Stewart 


Houston 


Heard 


Mill Knv 


"liillnek 


Poplar Springs 




l-;;;,')«^r 


Flovd 


H ton Factory 


Houston 


Mill Stone 


Oglell|..rpe 


PoJerly llill 




Fr«nkfin 


Howtinl 


Tavlor 


Mill Town 


llcrricn 


Powder Springs 




|.<.r..vlli 


Monroe 


IIunt«vill« 


Pauldiiiit 


Millwood 


|).Mlvl 


Poweltou 


11 


1- .rtHunington 


Cherokee 


Ida 


VJrcne 


Milner 


Pike' 


Power. 




F>rt fialn-s 


Clay 


Indian Springn 


Mutts 


Milton 


Wllkinv.nl 


Power«villo 


i 


J- rt I,ainnr 


Madi,oi 


Irby.ville 


Fulton 


Mineral Dluff 


Fiinninl 


Prntl4<lntrg 




r .!■ \ ,,ii.-v 


IlonMon 


Irwin'-i 'A Koadii 


\>iU.hMWlnn 


Minion 


Irnnii 


Priflon 


\'. 


1 . Mills 


Cherokee 


(rwinnvillo 


Irwin 


.Miioinnarr Station 


Floydl 


i'rinctf IMward 






Marlon 




WJk.nson 


Mobtey I'ind 


SenvVn 


I'roctor'n Store 




|.'T .rilllll 


ilenrd 


Nabi-lla 


Worth 


MooeiCiin 


K»b„„l 


[•nividoMco 




FruililinHprlngii 
>Ti..leriia 


Frnnklln 
Olynn 


Mand Creek 
Ivy I.oK 


llancek 
Inlon 


Monroe 
Monturideo 


Walton' 
Hart, 


I'rvor 
Pumpkin Pilo 


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Pos Office. 


County. 


Fo«t Office. 


Couniy. 


Fu.1t Office. 


County. 


PoH Office. 


County. 


Juipkin Vine 


Pauldini; 


Stephensville 


Wilkinson 


VVhaley's Mills 


Terrell 


Ayer's Point 


Washington 
Du Page 


U-Iicc 


Sumtei 


Sterling 


Montgomery 


White House 




Babcock's Grove 


uitnian 


Brooke 


Stilesborough 


Cas. 


White Oak 


Cohun'bii. 


iiaOen Badea 


Bond 




Tall^oi 


Stekbridge 


Henrx 


White Path 


Gilmer 


Baileyville 


Ogle 


aillurd's Mills 


Lown.ic- 


Stock Hill 


Union 


White Plains 


Gr.-.ne 


Bainbridge 


Williamson 


a^sviUe 


Columl.i. 


Stockton 


Clinch 


White Sulphur 


Springs 


lialdwinviUe 


Kdgar 


lyiciwn 


Taliaferro 


Su.ne Mountain 


De Kalb 




Meriweth.r 


Bankston 


Saline 


tfi Bird 


D:lUlS 


S. IthviUe 


Fayett,. 


Whitewater 


Fay.-tte 


Bardolph 


AIcDouoagh 
Ogle 


Bh.ff 


Cotiii. 


Subligno 


CI atiooga 


W hitesville 


Hanis 


Barclay 


Bad 


Gordon 


S„sar"Creek 


Tellah 


vv hitney 


Calf.Hin 


Harrevillc 


McHenry 
n Cook 


Clay 


Whittid. 


..i:ar Hill 


Hall 


*•. iUuw Grove 


C... .--.a 


Barrington Static 


e. Oulf 


Fayt-tu 


i-.,,^ar Valley 


Gor.iou 


sVimberley 


C. 11...11 


Barr's Store 


Macoupin 


•edv Creek 


Jeflersu, 


^..;;uoe 


Haverslia.n 


\. .nehester 


M,....n 


Barrv 


Pike 


iKil'Oth 


VVilkv-.- 


Sulihur Springs 


Hall 


Windsor 


UaU..n 


Basco 


Han.ock 


si..sville 


TauK.l 


s.mmeryale 


Kll-ert 


iV infield 


CoUm, 1 ■•. 


Ilatavia 


Kane 


en wick 


Ln 


Sommerville 


Chattooga 


.. isdom's Store 


11 •;■ 


l;at, s 


San: amon 


lose 


Haralsoi 


.>i.mterviUe 


Le. 


W oodbury 


Meriv. 


r.:i ; !i 


M..son 


piiWican 


Warrei 


S.iwanee 


Gwinnett 


W oodlawn 


M . 


r. .M 1.1 


P^jpe 




Gordoi 


Sawanoochee 


Clinch 


Wood's Station 


t^' 1 


1.. ..r.iL.wn 




Tuolds 


Taylo, 


-wainsboro' 


Emmanue 


W oodstock 


Ch. luK.. 


l;..a^er Creek 


B^ond 


.il.orough 


LiK-rt^ 


.Sweet Water 


Gwinnett 


W.iodville 


Gr. . .di 


Heaver Grove 


Iro luoia 


cMaud 






Scriven 


Wooley's Ford 


Hall 


Beaverton 


Boone 


cl.mond Factory Richmom 


Taii-'s'creek 


Gilmer 


WorthviUe 


B.itts 


Beaverville 


Iro.,uols 


onlrsville 


Washington 


Tal bottom 


Talbot 


Wrightsboro' 


Columbia 


Beck's Creek 


Shelby 


BLgold 


Catoosa 


Talking Rock 


Pic ken.. 


W rightsviUe C 


H. Johnson 


Bedford 


Pike 




Coweta 


Tullapoosa 


Carr.jll 


{ Varborough 


Floyd 


BedfordviUe 


Heufkrson 


t^ing Fawn 


Dad. 


T.Uokas 


Lown.ie. 


' ^•ellow Creek 


Lumpkin 


Belden 


Mc Henry 


vertowu 


Campbell 
Hear. 


'r.,iij 


Daw.s,.n 


■"lellow River 


Gwinnett 


Bell Air 


Crawford 


. kalo 


1 Image 


Baldwin 


i Yellow Stone 


Polk 


Bell Plain 


Marshall 


.kbridge 
ek Spring 
cky Mount 
^Plains 


Gwinnet; 


TanyiUe 


■Warren 


v.. .nig Cane 


Union 


Belle Prairie 


Hamilton 


Walk CM 


Traversville 


Twi.::,.s 


-..bulon 


P-k( 


Belleville 


St. Clair 


Meriwethei 
Newton 


[Taylor's Creek 
Tazewell 


^i!;n:j, 




— 


Bellview 
Belvidere 


Callioun 
Boone 


Fanniii 


T.beanyille 


War.. 






Bement 


Piatt 


^Hill 
ssville 


Floy. 

Unioi, 

Walkei 


T.loga Springs 
K.mj,erance 


Chatt,...-. 

Tel fail 

Washington 


IlilllOlS. 


Bently Station 

Benton 

Berlin 


Hancock 
Franklin 
Sanpamon 


well 


Colli 


TheKock 


Upson 






Bernadotte 


Fulton 


iherwood 


Carr.,1! 


Tliomaston 




Post Office. 


County. 


Berrvton 


Cass 


iigh and Ready Fayetti 


Thomasville 


Thomas 






Berwick 


Warren 


ukcrville 


Eibe.-i 


Thompson 


Columbi,, 


Abingdon 


Kno- 


Bethalto 


Madison 


1 ,; Viiiu 


Whitfiel.^ 


Ti-Ti 


c..; ',■■ ■■ 




A..lam.- 


Bethel 


Morgan 




Applin- 


T; er 




■:-,!. n 


Du Pa-e 


Beulah 


DeKalb 


11 .111' 


Jlonro^ 


Taton 


A\-i,'i 




Oiile 


Beverly 

Bible Grove Stat 


Adams 




Morijan 


■fired Creek 


11 . , ■ 


\\ ^ worth Stat 


on C^ok 


on Clay 


„. eiiuid 


He.ir.i 


Tumpkiusville 




1! 


Franfl n 


I'.i/ F....t Prairie 


McHenry 


.u Mary's 


Camden 


loombsborough 


WiIk' :".' 


.' 1 11 


l> . 


1'.. ' ... ill. 


Henderson 


Told ^ 


Earlv 


Town Creek 




.'■ 1 :iliy 


Wli.t. 


■. 1 ! . ' . i V 


Franklin 


Im 


Clark 


Track Rock 


1';, ;, 


1 ..ill 


K.l-,.. 


r. . \ . k' 


Adams 


Irillo 


Wavn.- 


Tiacler'sHiU 


CI. ark. i! 


.'. .fW 


JI.il ■ 


I'l.iirie 


Logan 


I Spring 


Campii. 11 


Trenton 


Ilail.. 


.Aledo 


.M. ; . 1 


i; 1.- .k 


Kane 




Coweta 


Tr on Factory 


Chattooga 


Alexander 


"M -; 


i; !.■,.). Creek 


Jo Daviess 


..iaFarm 


Dado 


Troup Factory 


Troup 


Al^omiuin 


M. II 1 


!: ^..riiig 


Shelby 


i.UrsviUe 


Washington 


'IronpviUe 


Lo«nde. 


Abambra 


51.. ■ .... 


i; w Is 


Du Page 


11.; Mill 


Carrol' 


Troy 


Cheri.k.. 


.-. I. u-s Springs 


P..iii. 


Itirmin'iliam 


Schuyler 


ndy Ridge 


Henrv 


Tunnel Hill 


Wf.tl. 1. 


.\ n,a 


Jlaru.n 


Bishop Hill 


Henry 


I'l.ington 


St. Louis 


Turin 


C.iW .■! 


-11 


Mad.s.in 


Itlackberrv 


Kane 


•dis 


Bnrke 


Twiggsyille 


Twi:;^.- 


.. m Rock 


La Sail... 


Blackberry Station 


lit-. Lucah 


Gilmer 


UuiSn Mills 


H.'ar., 


Au.i.oy 


L.e 


Black Walnut 


Ogle 


understown 


Pickens 


Union Point 


Gre.ne 


Amity 


Livingston 


Blair 


Ran iolph 


vannah 


Chatham 


Unionyille 


Monroe 


Ancona 




Blairsville 


Williamson 


« Dust 


Columbia 


UpperKing'sBridge Whitfield 


Andalusia 


Rock Island 


Blandinsville 


McDonough 


wney's Mountain Forsytlj 


Upatole 


Muscotree 


Andover 


Henry 


Eliven'sMill 


McHenry 
DeKalb 


iirboro' 


Scriven 


Utoy 


DeKalf 


Anna 


Unb.u 


Blood's Point 


eneeviUe 


Stewart 


Valdosta 




Annapolis 


Crawiord 


Bloomtield 


Edgar 




Appling 


Valley Store 


Chati.ioga 


A nnawau 


Henry 


Bloomingdale 


Du Page 


uU Shoals 


Green? 


Vann's Valley 


Floyd 


Aatioch 


Lake 


Bloomington 


McLean 


ren Islands 


Butts 


Van Wert 


Polk 


Appanoose 


Hancock 


Bloom viile 


Kaukakee 


ward 


Montgomerv' 


Vanzandt's Store 


Fannin 


A|ipleCreek 


Green.. 


Bloom 


Cook 


idy Dale 


Jasper 


Varnell'sStation 


Whitfield 


Api.le Fivei 


JoDaries.s 


Blue Grass 


Vermillion 




Taliaferro 


Vernon 


Troup 


Arcadia 


Mori;aii 


Blue Island 


Cook 


arp 


Bibb 


Vickery's Creek 


Forsyth 


Areola 


Coles 


Blue Mound 


Mae on 


irp Top 


Cherokee 


Vienna 


Dooly 


Arenzville 


Cass 


Blue Town 


Tazewell 


effield 


Newton 


Villanow 


Walker 


Argo 


Carroll 


BlueviUe 


Christian 


I'ltonville 


Forsvth 


\'illa Rica 


Carrol' 


Ailington 


Bureau 


Bluff Dale 


Greene 


lal Creek 


Hall 


Walesca 


Cheroke. 


Armenian 


C.rroU 


Bluff Springs 


Oasg 


tt's Mountain 




Wallace 


Jone* 


A'-mingtou 


Tazewell 


BlulTville 


Carroll 


ithviUe 


Lumpkin 


Walnut Grove 


Walton 


Armstrong 


Wabash 


Bolton 


Williamson 


ipping Shoals 


Ne'vt,.n 


Walnut Hill 


Franklin 


Aroma 


Kaukakee 


Bond's Point 


Christian 


.cd 


Lee 


Walthourville 


Librrty 


Asbury 


La Salle 


Bon Pas 


Richland 


3W Hill 


Catijosa 


Walton's Ford 


Habersham 


Ash tJrove 


Iro.juois 


Bonus 


Boone 


ial Circle 


Walton 


Waresborough 


Wan- 


Anhkum 




Bon well 


Edgar 


a Town 


Taylor 


War Hill 


Hall 


Ashland 


C:iss 


Book 


Pope 


key 


Decat.r 


Warm Springs 


Meriwether 


A^ViIey 


Washington 


Boot 


Richland 


ora 


Gordon 


WarnerviUe 




,\ .liin'ir.? 


Coles 


Bourbon 


Douglas 


th Newport 


Mcintosh 


Warrenton 


^\' .■•■. , 


\ ' l,';i!,Lro 


M.issac 


Uourbonnais Grov 


e Kankakee 


irta 


Hancock 


Warsaw 


f.. . 


\ ■ "1 i.tion 


Christian 


Bowensburgh 


Hancock 


er'aTnrnou 


Jefferson 


Warthen's Store 


Wa.';.:l, : .;, 


.\ 1 .a 


F. lit. .11 


Bowl in- Green 


Fayette 




Henry 


Warwick 


Wur.i, 


A '!■ lis 


5i..i,ani: 




Taziwell 


ii: • 1' k 


Early 


War Women 


R.lj.iu 


A'li.u.yiUo 


(ir-. -a- 


;.;... VI 11.. 


Grun.ly 


1 1 


Effingham 


Washington 


Wilkes 


AtkiiLsun 


11 . 


; :i 1 1 ..r.l 


Stark 


" ,.■-• 


Murray 


WatkinsviUe 


Clark 


Atlanta 


1... , 


1; , ' , 


Jaekson 


>l .i-ivillo 


Putnam 


Waverly Hall 


Harris 


Atlas 


1' 


: 1 . ' . : t r 1 . 1 gc 


P.,pe 


rk 


Butts 


Waynesboro' 


Burke 


AttiUa 


AVilIi:.lii 




Greene 


rkville 


Lee 


WaynesviUe 


Wayne 


Aabnru 


Saii.,.1 




Randolph 


rrsvillo 


Newton 


\Vay's Station 


Bryan 


Audubon 


Moni-..i 




^ Cook 


teLine 


Heard 


Webb's Creek 


Franklin 


Augusta 


l!a... 


■ .rt 


Lawrence 


tenville 


Echols 


WebHer Place 


Elbert 


. orora 


K 




MacMiupin 


tesliorough 


Bull.)cl. 


W.'llborn's Mills 


Houston 


Ava 


,1 I. 


■ i i 


Peoria 


am Factory 


Muscogee 


Well's Mills 


Lown.lest 


Avery 


Jo 1 1 . , 




Kcn.lall 


am Mill 


Decatur 


Weston 


Webster j 


Aviston 


I'l'. 


-> .tion 




trens 


Oglethorpe 


West Point 


Troup 


Avun 


F. .:■..;: 


'■•■'-''' '-'".-^ 


Pope 



10 



POST CFFICES — ILLINOIS. 



Post Office. 



Bruce 
}irans«'iek 

Brush Creek 
JinishyFork 



Buck Horn 

B;uia 

B.ennaYista 

Bit Halo 

Riittulo Pnuri( 

B.i'ord 

H dkli 



County, i Post Office. 

Sch-avler'Ciatsbiir; 
O-t- ('..!,), 

Sch:.v' 1 .',1, ■, -•,,. 
McD..i,", ,_ r •;.:.- 

I'-'. . . ■ ■ -^i it Ion 

\\":iMM (■ .'111;-, l!l,. 

C'.U- Clmar 
Fiiltci, I Cloua Station 
Hamiltun Cuhiml.ia 
Christian ; Columbus 
Brown Ciimo 
Bureau ^Cimcord 
Stephensou jCoiikey's Store 

GaUatinlf'nlo-ne 
Koeklsh,...! r-,.-;r,'-n.-.ple 



B; 



■Hi 



Bireau Ji 

Biirkeville 

B.irlington 

Biriis 

Biriisville 

Burnt Prairi 

Burritt 

Burtou 

Bushnell 

Buler 



icti 



McDo, 



Adams 

Kandolph 

MuDououfth 

Shelby 

Clinton 

Madison 

McDonouph 

Henry 



Morzan 

Vermillion 

Eil-ar 

J:isi.Or 

Br.,«i) 

Dn Pipe 

Fulton 

Koek Island 

.McHenrv 

R.ick Island 

AViUiaiuson 

La Salle 

Don J las 

Du Pa-e 

Sansamon 

Gallatin 



Williams: 
Gallat 

I 



Oamden Mills 


Roek Island 


Crittenden 


Cameron 


Warren 


Cross Roads 


Campbell 


Coles 


Crottv 


Cam p Grove 


S-tark 


Crow'Meado-,1 


<;amp Point 


Adams 


Cr\i^'er 


Cinton 


Fulton 


Crvstal Lake 


Cape Ann's Rock 


Cllb..i,n 


C :Im 


Cari.onClitl 


Roek Man.; 




Carbon dale 


JarK-, 




Carv Station 


Meil,, 




Cariinville 
<:arlvle 


Mac.^v. 
Clur . . 


■^•'.V'lV .'■'■■■ 


Carneut Prairie 


I'rrri 




(Jarmi 


WhUe 


Dauby ■ 
Danforth 


Carpentersville 


Kine 


Carthage 


Itaneoek 


Dan vers 


(y'arter 


Sansamon 


'linville 


Ca5cv 


Clark 


Darien 


Casejville 


St. Clair 


Darmstadt 


Cass 


Du Page 


Darwin 


Carl in 


Vermillion 


Davis 


Cave 


Franklin 


Dawson 


Cave in Rock 


Hardin 


Davsvillo 


Cayn;.'a 


Livin^-sion 


Dayton 


Ce.lar Bluir 


Johnson 


D-anVs Come 


Central City 


Maricm 




Oeutralia 




Delator 



Franklin 



Post Off.ce. 

Duck Creek 

Dudley 

Dadleyville 

Dnncannon 

Duncan's Mills 

Dundas 

Dundee 

Dunleith 

Dunn 

Duuton 

Dupage 

Duquoin 

Durand Station 

Durham 

Dwi;ht 

Easle 

KaL-lcCliiTs 

liable Point 

t5arlvil!e 

East Bend 

lilast Cambridge 

East Caniptou 

K.St Fork 

ICaslXortbfield 

Kast Paw Paw 

Kast Peoria 

East Saint Loni; 

East Summer 

East Wheatland 

Eaton 

Edgiii,.ton 

Edwardsville 

Htiin^iham 

Edge wood 



El bridge 
El Dara 
K! Dena 
El Dorado 

El-iu 
Elida 



County. 

Warren 

Edgar 

Bond 

Stephenson 

Fulton 

Richland 

Kane 

Jo Daviess 

Moultrie 

C...k 



Henry 

Kane 

Montgomery 

Cook 

DeKalb 

Tazewell 

St. Clair 

Kal.k •,';... 



Post OflC 

Ferdinand 

Fiatt 

Fidelity 

Fielden" 

Fillmore 

Fish Hook 

FittsHill 

Fitz Henry 

Flat Kock 

Flint 

I'l.ra 

I" ,v;Me 



I .. -viilj 

FunlliU 
Fosterburg 
Fosters 
Fountain Grt 
Four Mile Gr 
Fowler's Sta 
Fox Lake 
Frankfort 



Count!/. 

Mere: 

F.ilt< 



St. Cia« ^ 
Pito II 
StepluHSO- ■ 
Patuai 

L.vii,.. 0^ ^ 



..gham 


Freutur,' 
Freedom 


■^; 


Peoria 


Freeland 


II 


Lake 


Freemanton 


Eli, 


Edgar 


Fremont Center 




Pike 


Freeport 


Stovi 


Lee 


French Village 


.'^! 


Saline 


Friend Grove 


\\ 




F.i ad.liip 


Mci; 




r, . u Kville 








1' 


1 ., -. 

lia.a.i. 


1 i vs Point 


Wh, 


C.ak 


(i:Le-» Lake 




Lo.,.,,. 


(ialena 


JoD 



Steplieiwun 
DuPage 


I'llUon 
KlkvUlu 


Tazewell 


Ellerov 


McLean 


Elliottstow 


Vermillion 


Ellis Grove 


Clark 


Klli.son 


St. Ciair 


EUisville 


Clark 


i;ilsworth 


Stephenson 


Elm Grovo 


Sangamon 


Klmore 


Ogle 


Elmira 


La Salle 


Elm Point 


Lake 


Kim Wood 


Mcllenrv 


Kl Paso 



Wash in, -ton 

Carroll 

Crawford 



rk I Giird's Point 



Cliannahon 

Cnarm 

Charleston 

Ohatiiam 

Chat.worth 

Cha lan 

Chelianso 



"ling 



i Grovo 
at City 



Will 
Mellenry 
MuLeai 

Carr.dl 

Kdgar 

Randolph 



I Del Rey 

Delta 
Dement Statiu 

Denny 

Denvl-r 

Derinda 

Detroit 

De Soto 
|De Witt 
'Diamond Lake 

Dillon 

D.x 

D.xnn 

D.od.svillo 



rk Center 

y c.ty 



Kiel.laiKl 

IroM.olH 

Uc Witt 

Kane 

Whiteside* 

Kocli inland 



Drurv 
Drv fol 
Dabulii 



pcKalb 



War 

Haiie, 

Jo Dav 



Tazewell 

Jollvrsoii 

Loe 

Sclinyler 

Alexander 

Clark 

Ihiion 

Montitouierv 

Iroi,,u.(s 

Maeoupin 

DelCiilli 

Mali.ou 

Knox 

Iliirea.i 

Du Page 

McLean 

Hook lilano 



Kiireka 

Kugenc 

Kvan'SiMiU 

lOvanstun 

Kvanavillo 

Kwing 

Ewinictoa 

Kxcler 

Kairbiirg 

Fairhavun 

Fairmont 

Fair Play 

Fair Woutlicr 

Farina 

Farmhigton 

Furmsvllle 

Farroivtown 

Fnvetto 

Fttiotleville 



Hancock 

Macon 

Will 

Edgar 



Will 

White 

MelKnrv 

Iturean 

Wayne 

Morgan 

Gallatin 

\Vhitosides 

MeHenry 

Schii ler 

doles 

Wooilford 

Knox 

Morgan 

Cook 

Randolph 

Franklin 

Efflnghain 

Li vine 'ton 

Carroll 

Vermillion 

Jellcrson 

Fulioii 

AdaniH 

Fa*, lie 

Follon 

Woodford 

Calhoun 

GPene 

St.Cluir 



li 



(Jeorgetown 
Gcrmantowu 

bson 

lead 
Gilgal 

(iiluian 

(Hliner 

r.irard 

(Jlasgow 

(Uoudiilo 

niencoe 

Glcnwood Mills 

(Jodfrev 

Uolconila 

Good Hopo 

(iooding's Grovo 

Goose Island 

Grafton 

(jraud Chain 

(Jraud Cote Prairi 

(irand Detour 

Grand View 

(irand Tower 

(irand Prairie 



(' I -0 

Cal 



tsl.urgh 



;rav-s MilU 



(iret'ii (iarilcn 

(rreen River 
(irveniip 
Greonvnlo 
(ireenvlllo 
, (inenwooJ 



M.Ii.uib 





{ 


m POST OFFICES ILLINOIS. 




11 


■Post Offiee. 


^County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


Coutity. 


Post Office. 


County. 


re^sville 


Pike 


'A 


Fulton 


Liberty Hill 


Whitesides 


Mayestown 


Monroe 


ridley 


McLean 


[^B 


Jo Daviess 


Libertvvillo 


Lake 


Mavnaidsville 


C.illiouu 


riswold 


Hamilton 


iXWs 


Iroquois 


Lick Creek 


Union 


Maion 


Grundy 


ronse 


Kane 


rrvSi 


Montgomery 


L)lleca.sh 


Will 


Mecluuiiesburg 




roTC 


Henderson 


Irvingtnn 


Washington 


Limerick 


Bureau 


Melliufitou 


' Kendall 


roveland 


Tazewell 


Island Creek 


Jasper 


Limestone 


Kimkakce 


Melrose . 


Clark 


ail ford 


Jo Daviess 


Izoria 


Rock Island 


Lina 


Adams 


Men don 


Adams 


adley 


Will 


Jacksonville 


Morgan 


Lincoln C H 


Logan 


Mendota 


La Salle 


adley's Station 


Lawrence 


Jamestown 


Clinton 


Lincoln Green 


Johnson 


Mereia 


Reek Island 


agley 


Cass 


Jasper 


Schuvler 


Lindenwood 


Ogle 


Jleriden 


La Salle 


aincsvillc 


Lake 


Jeflerson 


Cook 


Lisbon 


Kendall 


Merriu.ae Point 


Monroe 


aldane 


Ogle 


Jefferson Corners 


Whitesides 


Lisle Station 


Du Page 


Metamora 


AVondford 


algisaw 


Boone 


leffersonville 


Wayne 


Litchfield 


''"Vlz^e^ei^' 


MetropidisCity 


Massac 


aUDay 


Lake 


Jericho 


K-vne 


Little Detroit 


Middle Creek 


Hancock 


allocl/ 


Peoria 


Jerseyville 


Jersey 


Little Muddy 


Franklin 


Middle Fork 


Fulton 


allstown 


Saline 


John's Creek 


Sangamon 


Little Rock 


Kendall 


Middle Grove 




am burg 


Calhoun 


Johnson 


McDonough 


Littleton 


Schuyler 


Middleport 


Iroquois 


amilton 


Hancock 


Johnsl.urgh 


McHenry 


Little York 


Warren 


Middletowu 


Logan 


amiet 


Mercer 


Johnsontown 


Cumberland 


Lively 


St. Clair 


Midway 


Fulton 


nmshire 


Kane 


Johnsonville 


Wavnc 


Lively Grove 


Washington 
Fulton 


Mier 


Wabash 


iintiton 


Koek Island 


Joliet ' 


Will 


Liverpool 


Miles' Station 


Macoupin 




Jo Daviess 


Jonesboro' 


ITnion 


Livingston 


Clark 


Millford 


Iroquois 
Lake 


irdin" 


Calhoun 


Jones' Creek 


Randolph 


Loamf 


Sangamon 


Millbi.rn 


mlinsville 


Crawford 


Jordan 


Vermillion 


Lock 


La Salle 


Milledeeville 


Carroll 


ark 


Shelliv 


Jordan's Grove 


Randolph 


Lockport 


Will 


Millersburg 


Merctr 


iikor's Comers Peoria 


Junction 




Locust Grove 


Williamson 


Mills' Prairie 


Edwaris 


irlem 


Winnebago 


Junction Grove 


^^"c'^iVk 


Lodi Station 


Kane 


Milktadt 


St. Clair 


irmoiiy 


McHenry 
Saline 


Junto 


^■alash 


Logan 


Kdgar 


Mi Inline 


P.att 


irrishurg 


Kane 


^B&reene 


Logansport 


Hamilton 


Milo 


Bureau 


irris Grove 


Jefferson 


Kaneville 


Kane 


London City 


Fayette 


Milroy 


Knox 


irrisou 


Winnebago 


Kankakee Depot 


Kankakee 


Lone Tree 


Bureau 


Milton 


Piko 


irrisnnville 


Monroe 


Kansas 


Edgar 


Long Grove 


Lake 


Milton Station 


Coles 


irristown 


Macon 


Kappa 


Woodford 


Long Point 


Livingston 


Mincr.al 


Bureau 


irt*brd 


Saline 


Kaskaskia 


Randolph 


Lnn| Prairie 


Wayne 


Minersville 


Henry 


inland 


McH^nry 


Keene 


Adams 


Looking Glass 


Clinton 


Mill Shoals 


White 


irvarrl 


Keenville 


Wayhr: 


Loran 


Stephenson 


Mineral Spring 


Pike 


ivana 


Mason 


Keithsburg 


Mefcer 


Lostant 


LaSiille 


Minonk 


Woodford 


iveloek 


Cook 


Kendall 


Kendall 


Louisville 


Clav 


.Minooka 


Grundy 


izel Dell 


Cumberland 


Kent 


Stephenson 


Lovingtou 


Monltr.-e 


Mitchelsville 


Saline 


izlett 


Rock Island 


Kentucky 


Vermillion 


LoviUa 


Hamilton 


.Mitchie 


ironree 


n.roa 


McHenry 


Keokuk Junction 


Adams 


Lowell 


La Sail. 


.Moecasiu 


Efiiiigham 
Shelby 


iCktT 


Monroe 


Kewaunee 


Henry 


Lowland 


St. Clair 


Mode 


■mlo 


Whitesides 


Keysport 


Clinton 


Low Point 


Wood lord 


Modena 


Si ark 


;nderson 


Knox 


Kickapoo 


Peoria 


Loxa 


Cnle,- 


Mnkena 


Will 


naepiu 


Putnam 


KiUbuck 


Ogle 


Luda 


Ogle 


Moline 


Rock Island 


mry 


Marshall 


Kinderhook 


P?ke 


Lusk 


Pope 


Momence 


Kankiikee 


rmitage 


Coles 


Kingsbury 
King's Mills 


Whitesides 


Lynchburg 


Jefferson 


Monee 


Will 


:rmmua'sStorc 


Washington 


Kane 


Lyndon 


Whitesides 


Monmouth 


-Warren 


:rmon 


Kingston 


DeKalb 


Lynn Grove 


Henry 


Monroe Center 


„ Og'e 


rndon 


Montcomery 


Kingston Mines 


Peoria 


Lynnville 


Morgan 


Monroe City 


Monroa 


•rrin-3 Prairie 


Williamson 


Kinmundy 


Marion 


Lyons 


Cook 


Monterey 


Calhoun 


rsman's 


Brown 


Kivtvre 


Winnebago 


Lvonsville 


Cook 


Montezuma 


Pike 


yuorth 


McLean 


KishVaukee 




M'eConnell's Grove 


Montgomery 


Kane 


ckory 


Lake 


Knight's Grove 


St. Clair 




Stephenson 


MontTcello 


Piatt 


ckory Creek 


Fayette 


Knoxville 


Km.x 


McGary 


Hancock 


Monument 


Pike 


ckory Grove 


Massac 


Kyte River 


Ogle 


McHenry 


JIcHenry 
Tazewell 


Moore's Prairie 


Jeflerson 


ckorv Hill 


Marion 


La Clair 


DeKalb 


Mackinaw 


Morlan's Grove 


Wayne 


ckory Ridge 


Hancock 


Lacon 


Marshall 


McLean 


McLean 


Moro 


Madison 


cks' Mills 


De Kalb 


Lacey 
La Clede 


De Kalb 


McLeansboro' 


n.amilton 


Morrison 


Whitesides 


dalgo 


Jasper 


Fayette 


Macomb 


McDonough 


Morris 


Grundy 


ggiusville 


Vermillion 


Laenna 


Logan 


Maeon 


Macon 


Morristown 


Henry 


Ihland 


Madison 


Lafayette 


Stark 


Macedonia 


Hamilton 


Mortansville 


Sangamon 


Slil.-uid Park 


Lake 


Lafok 


Kane 


Madison 


Madison 


Morton 


Tazewell 


gh Point 


Mercer 


La Harpe 


Hancock 


Magnolia 


Putnam 


Mosber 


M.Leau 


ah Prairie 


La Salle 


Lake Creek 


Williamson 


Mahomet 


Champaign 


Mossyille 


Peoria 


ilshoro- 


Bfontgomery 

McDonough 

Shelby 

Macoupin 


Lake Forrest 


Lake 


Maine 


Cook 


Moulton 


S elby 


ll's Grove 


Lake Zurich 




Mainville 




Moultonville 


Madison 


Hand 


Lamb's Point 


Madison 


Majority Point 


Cumberland 


Mound City 


Prlaski 


diidav 


Lamoille 


Bureau 


Maiden" 


Bureau 


Mound Station 


Brown 


llofl-ayville 


Bureau 


Lanark 


Carroll 


Mai ma 


Cumberland 


Mount. Auburn 


Christian 




Wayne 
Champaign 
Macoupin 


Lancaster 


Cass 


Malta 


De Kalb 


Mount Carmel 


Wabash 


mcr 


Lane Depot 


Ogle 


Malugin Grove 


Lee 


Mount Carroll 


C.rroU 


'ii'-y Point 


Lane's t<i Roads 


Hamilton 


Manchester 


Scott 


Mount Erie 


Wayne 


oker 


Shelby 

Maeoupiii 

Cook 


Langdon 


Peoria 


Man i to 


MMSon 


Mount Hawley 


Peoria 


over's 


Laoua 


Winnebago 


Manlius 


La Salle 


Mount Morris 


Ogle 


pe 


La Prairie 


Adau.s 


Mausfie d 


Kendall 


Mount Palatine 


Putnam 


pcdale 


Tazewell 


La Prairie Center 


Marshall 


Manteno 


Kaukal<ee 


Mount Pleasant 


I nion 


pewell 


Macon 


Larkinsburg 


Clay 


Maple Grove 


Edwards 


Mount Prnspeet 


Whitesides 


pper's Mills 


Henderson 


La Salle 


La Salle 


Maple's Mill 


Fulton 


Mount Pulaski 


Logan. 


rd 


Clay 




Iroquois 


Maquon 


Knox 


Mount Sterling 


Brown 


rushy 


Macoupin 


Lawndale 


Logan 


Maradosia 


Jl organ 


Mount Sumner 


JoD...vies3 


lighten 


Jo D.,v.ess 


Lawn Ridge 


Marshall 


JIareeline 


Adams 


Mount Veruou 


Jet.ersou 


.U.Nelville 


Edgar 


Lawrence 


SIcHei.ry 


Marengo 


McHenry 
Clark 


Mowcaqua 


Shelby 


usron 


Adams 


Lawrenceville 


Lawrence 


Margaretta 


Mud Creek 


St. Clair 


ward's Point 


Fayette 
Stephenson 


Lean 


Whitesides 


Jlarietta 


Fuiton 


Mnlberrv Grove 


Bond 


wardsville 


Lebanon 


St. Clan- 


Marine 


Madison 


Jlule Creek 


Cumberland 


wlut 


Sangamon 


Lee Center 


Lee 


Marion 


Williamson 


Murphysl.orough 


Jackson 


yleton 


Washington 


L'Erable 


Iroquois 


Marissa 


St . Vi.ui 


.AIun■ys^ille 


Jh.rgan 


clson 


McLean 


Leesville 


Boone 


Markunda 


,1 ,1. 1, ■-!, 




Henry 


ntley Grovo 


McHenry 


Leland 


La Salle 


Jlaroa 




Nl",' '. ''lie 


Vermillion 




Schuyler 


Lemont 


Cook 


Marrowbone 


.-M." '.;'.' 




Ktnuall 


rricaue 


Montgomery 
CrawforU 


Lena 


Stephenson 


Maisdeu's Diggi 


nsJoli,, 


:\ ,1. i.n va 


Lee 


tsonviUe 


Lenzburg 


St. Clair 


Marseilles 


La .-.a lie 




Du Page 


ue Park 


Cook 


Leroy 


JIcLean 


Marti nsburg 


Pike 


Napl.s 


Seott 




Morgan 


Lester 


Mai. on 


Marshall 


Clark 


Nashville 


Wash in. ton 


opolis Station 


Sangamon 
Rock Island 


Lewis 


Keuilall 


Martinsville 






Hancock 


inois City 


Lewistown 


Fulton 


Marvsville 


Vermillion 


Xebo 


„ ^'^^ 


noistown 


St. Clair 


Lewisville 


(ireene 


Mascoutah 


St. Clair 


Neeleyville 


Morgan 


Kinola 


Vermillion 


Lexington 


McLean 


Mason 


Effingham 


Negro' Lick 


GrL-eue 


ustry 


McDonough 


Leiden 


Conk 


Mason City 


Mason 


Nelson 


Lee 


raham Prairie 


Clay 


Loyden Center 


Cool; 


Matiisou 


Cook 


Neoga 


Cumlarlaud 


ia 


Wurrea 


Liberty 


Adame 


Muttoon 


Coles 


Neponsct 


Bureau 



12 



POST OFFICES ILLINOIS. 



Philadelphia McDo 



PjsJ Ofi-e. 

New Ark 
Xew Baltimore 
New Bedford 
New Berlin 
Newberu 
New Boston 
New Bremen 
New Clyde 
New Columbia 
Neweomb 
Nc«- Djuglass 
New Franklin 
New Gennessee 
New Hartford 
New Uaven 
New Hebron 
New Hope 
New Jordan 
Now Lancaster 
New Lebanon 
Niw Lennox 
New Liberty 

Ne w JTarket 

New Massilon 

New Maysville 

New Michigan 

NewMiddleton 

New Milford 

N( 

New port 

New Providence 

Ni'W Rutland 

Nows 

New Salem 

Newton 

New Virgil 

Ney 

Niantic 

Ni<ht's Prairie 

N'les 

Niles Center 

Nil wood 

Noble 

N ikomid 

N-.ri 

Normnl 

Norris 

N nhrtold 

North Hampton 

North H-snderson 

N'irth Kin:;3toa 

North Plato 

North Prairie 

Northville 

Norway 

Novesville 

N indii Station 

Oak 

Oik Dale 

Oakland 

O.iklev 

Oak liidie 

Oik Point 

Oakala 

Oblong 

Oceola 

Oconee Stition 

Ocova 

Odell 

Odin 

O' Fallon Depo 

0;;le Station 

Ohio 

Ohio OroTO 

Okaw 

OM Farm 

Old Kiidcy 

01 •-•na 

Olive 

OIney 

Om.v.'a 

Omph Cliunt 

^^ 

Oneida 

Ontario 

Ophir 

O ,.iawkn 

Oriinje Prnirle 

Oran^'ovillo 

Or^^^on 

Orion 

Orlnnd 

Orl.-ans 

Oiagu 



Ottawa 
Otto 
OK../0 
OtUT Creek 



Coiinly. 

Kendal! 

Waynt 

Bureau 

San.f-'amoii 

Jersey 

Mercer 

Cook 

Whitesides 

Massac 

Champaign 

Mil 'tis on 

Wayne 

Whitesides 

Pike 

Gallatin 

Crawford 

Wabash 

Whitesides 

Warren 

De Kalb 

Win 

Pope 

Gallatin 

Wayne 

Pike 

Livin.'stou 
Mariou 
Winnebago 
Loa-'h 
Lake 
Greene 
La Sallo 
Callioiii 
Pike 

^K.!;:e 

De Kalb 

Macon 

Hamilton 

Cook 

Qook 

Maco,. ^... 

Richland 

MontKomery 

Jo Daviess 

McL.MM 

Fill- ■ ■ 

Cook 

P.-oria 

Warren 

De Kalb 

Kan- 

Kn.x 

La Salle 



Post OJjh-e. 

Owaneco 

Oxbow 

Oxford 

Paddock's Grove 

Padua 

Paine's Point 

Palatine 

Palermo 

Palestine 

Palmer's Station 

Palo Alto 

Paloma 

Palo 3 

Palmyra 

Pana 

Panola Station 

Paradise 

Paris 

Parkersbnrg 

Park's Corners 

Parrish 

Patoka 

PaviUion 

Pawnee 

"aw Paw Grove 

Puxton 

Piyson 

Pearl 

Peatone 

Pecatoniea 

Pekin 

Pellouia 



Peru 

Peru Station 

Pesotum 

Petersburg 

Petty 's 

Pvtons 

Philllpstowa 

Philo 

Piasa 

Pickwick 

Pierce 

Pierceville 



County. Post Office. 



Shelby 
Livingston 

Marion 

St. Clair 

Lee 

Bureau 

De Kalb 

Washington 

Lawrence 

B >Md 

Henler.ou 



Knox 

La Salle 

HeU'ler^oM 

Pecirin 

Slephon«iiii 

O^le 

Henry 

Coo<c 

Morjikn 

Franklin 

MeH'nrv 

Kend.ll 

L:. Sill.. 

F..lto,. 



Henry 

Madison 

McLean 

0-le 

Cook 

Edgar 

Crawford 

Jersey 

Hamilton 

Adams 

Cook 

Macoupin 

Christian 

Woodford 

Coles 

Ed,'ar 

Richland 

Boone 

Franklin 

Marion 

Kendall 

Sangamon 

Lee 

Vermilion 

Adams 



Tazewell 

Massac 

Rock Island 

Peoria 

Pike 

Jlereer 

La Salle 

Champaign 

Menard 
Lawrence 
Adams 
Whil 
Champai!! 
Macoupi 
JaM" 
Wi 
DeKa 



Proviso 
Pulaski 
PuUy's Mills 

^aioon 

Raleigh 

Rumsey 

Randolph 

Rauevsburgh 

Rantoul 

Rapids City 

Karitan 

Reading 

Rectorville 

Red Bank 

Red Bud 

Renault 

Reyuoldsburg 

Richfield 

Richland 

Richland Grove 

Richmond 



Pin-'reo 
Pink Pi 
Pin Oal 



Pleasant Hill 
Pleasant Mound 
Pleasant Plains 
PI.eisant Prairie 
Pleaiant Ridgo 
Pleasant Vale 
Pleasant Valley 
Pleasant View 
Plum Hill 
Plum Uiver 



Pike 

Will 

laeoupiii 

Kendall 



Richview 

Ridge Farn 

Ridgeflcld 

Ridg^kairie 

Rid^B 

Ridd^F 

Kiley 

Ringgold 

Ringwood 

Rinosa 

Ripley 

Risdon 

Rivola 

Rising Sun 

Roanoke 

Robin's Nest 

Robinson 

Robinson's Mills 

Richelle 

Rochester 

Rochester Mills 

Rock 

Rockbridge 

Ruck Creek 

R.ekford 



Rockville 
R.ckwood 
Roland 
Rome 



Marion 

aaline 

Fayette 

McLean 

Washington 

Champaign 

Rock Island 

Henderson 

Livingston 

Hamilton 

Saline 

Randolph 

Monroe 

Johnson 

Adams 

Saniamon 

Mercer 

McHenry 

Washington 

Vermillion 

McHenry 

St. Clair 

Madison 

Stephenson 

SIcHenry 

Cook 

McHenry 

Xro luois 

Brown 

St. Clair 

Mercer 

Macon pin 

Woodford 

Peoria 

Crawford 

Menard 

Olle 



San Jose 

Santa Anna 

Santa Fe 

Sarahsville 

Saratoga 

Sardinia 

Savanna 

Saxon 

Scales Monnd 

School 

Schultz Mills 



DeKa 

Maw 

De Wi 

Alexaad 

Williams 
Marsh» 



cott 



.Shahbona's Grove 



Shaw 's Point 
Sheffield 

by Station 



Sheldon's Grove 




Sherburnville 


'v.. .' 


Sherman 




Shiloh 


St.^CU 


Shiloh Hill 


Randal 


Sliipman 


Maco^l 


Shirlaud 




Shirley 


sic^l 


Shoal Creek Station CUK 


Shokokou 


Hend^ 


Shop Creek 


Montgul^l 


■l!'':?^ 


Chau.a 



igel 



Slack Water 

Smithton 

Smithville 



Sangamon 
Wabash 
Pope 
Greene 
Carroll 
Winnebago | Snaekwiue 
Stephenson's 11 icarte 
Rock Island S.ulor'is 

Lake|Snlun Mills 
Pike I Somerset 
Stephenson ; Somonauk 
ibagolS 



Kankakee 
Randolph 

White 
Jefferson 

Peoria 



Rome Farms 


Peoria 


Rook's Creek 


Livingston 
AVinnebago 


R..se..e 


K>.<rti.M 


Peoria 


Ri.<e Hill 


Jasper 


KM^.Mitraus 


Lake 



South America 

Southampton 

South Bend 

South O.-ove 

South Hampton 

South Northfield 

South Piiss 

South Port 

South Prairie H< 

S.iuth Willow Creek 



Mc 
S< 
Di 
Bar 

Winne 
De 
Gall 



Jermy 



Poplar (Jrove 
Port Hvron 
Portland 
Pr.iirieCitv 
Prairie (V.nik 
Prairie Du Rochi 
Prairlofl-ld 
Prairie Hill 
Pr.i'ri.- Homo 
Pralri.- Mound 
Prairie I'ond 
Pi liri.' Town 
Pre-emption 
Prenliao 
Pr-iton 
Prln>>eton 
Princovillo 



Rock Island 

Pike 

Jo Daviess 

Schuyler 

W.asbiu^'ton 

Jo Dlive.s 

llane.iek 

n Mid 

Champaiiin 

C.irroll 

Livin.-Hon 

Haneoek 

Mercer 

llooU" 



Ready 



aiioi 



Hi 



Rural Retreat 

H.ish 

Rishvillo 



.V'Uii 



Whitesides 

Henderson 

Randolph 

Rock Island 

Cole- 

Jo Davia.ss 

Schuyler 

Lawrence 

Kan 

W h i te 

Du Pane 



Specie Orovtf 
Spring Bav 
^pringheld 
Spring Oardou 
Spring (Srovo 
Spring Mill 
Spring Lake 
SpriuRville 
S.iuftw (trovo 
StarHeld 

Steam Mill 
Steele's Mills 

■Nterlin^ 



Rock Island Si.Cluirle* 

Whitesides St. Franei! 

MeD inoRgh St. Jacob 

Loiaii St. John 

r Rand.dpli St. .Imoph 

Rook Island St. Miirlo 

Willianxon S,. Mary, 
S',-lbvi •''I'll NIori 



Mori^tn 

U.mloli.h 

Itireaii 

Peoria 



Madison Stone Fort 
Perry 1 Si. ae's Prairifl 
Champaign St.iningloii 
J:wp 'r Slraibiiru 



Ken 
Woo.l 

Sang* 
Jclle 



Da 
Pi 
Ma 

Schii 

Rand 

WhllBl 

M»r 

Oraw 

MacQ 

JoD« 

Si 



Cbri 



hue Minen 


Gallatin 


Silpli.ir Springs 


WlUitl 


liO.'irv 


San.-amnn 


Soininrllr-ltl 






KmnKhnn. 


■*.imin.r ("•iitro 






Kdward. 






.1 1 Lnki) 


Lake 


Summ-rv,i;; 






.Marion 


Siimoiil 





POST OFFICES — INDIANA. 



13 



County, 

Fulton 

Lawrence 

Mercer 

Livingston 

Clay 

Warren 

Menard 

De Kalb 

Schuyler 

Hancock 

Fulton 

Menard 

Perry 

Will 

Ogle 

Christian 

McDonough 

.ElBngham 

Henderson 

Alexander 

Cook 

Champaiiin 

Jo Daviess 

Carroll 

Cook 

Vermillion 

Peoria 

Pike 

Bureau 

Henderson 

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 Sail 

Fulto; 

Browi 

DeKalb 

Knox 

Johnson 

Pulask 

Merce 

M.icoupii 

Fulton 

Cass 

Way 

Richland 

Pulaak 

Ogle 

Miisun 

Browi 

Green 

Will 
Bureau 



Post Office. 


Comity. 


Walnut Grove 


Knox 


Walnut Hill 


Marion 


Washington Gen 
Walsh V file 


re Will 


Montgomery 
Madison 


Wanda 


Wapella 


DeWitt 


Warren 


Jo Daviess 


WarrensviUe 


Du Page 


Warsaw 


Hancock 


Washburn 


Marshall 


Washington 


Tazewell 


Wataga 


Knox 


Waterloo 


Monroe 


Waterman's Mil 


Is 




Stephenson 


\Yatertown 


Rock Island 


Watseka 


Iroquois 


Watson 


Sangamon 


Wauconda 


Lake 


Waukegan 


Lake 


Waverly 


Morgan 


Wayland 


Schuyler 


Wayne 


DuPage 


Wayne Center 




Waynesville 
Webb's Prairie 


De Witt 


Franldin 


Webster 


Hancock 


Weller 


Henry 


Wenona Station 


Marshall 


Wentworth 


Lake 


Wesley City 


Tazewell 


Westfield 


Clark 


West Hall 


Warren 


West Hallock 


Peori« 


West Jersey 


Stark 


West Northfield 


Cook 


West Point 


Hancock 


West Salem 


Edwards 


Wester Saratoga 




Wetaug 


Pulaski 


Wethersfield 


Henry 


Wetweather 


Jasper 


VFheatfield 


Sangamon 


Wheatland 


Will 


Wheaton 


Du Page 


Wheeling 


Cook 


White Cloud 


Wayne 


Whitefield 


Marshall 


White Hall 


Greene 


White Oak 


Montgomery 
gs Brown 


White Oak Sprir 


White Rock 


Ogle 


White Willow 


Kendall 


Whitley's Point 


Moultrie 


Williamsville 


Sanamon 


Willow 


Jo Daviess 


Willow Creek 


Lee 


Willow Hill 


Jasper 


Willow ipi,ngs 


Cook 


Wilmington 


Will 


Wilson 


Macon 


Winchester 


Scott 


Windsor 


Shelby 


Winfield 


Du Pagi 


Winnebago Depot Winnebago] 


Wiunetka 


Cook 


Winslow 


Stephenson 


Winthrop 


Kane 


Woburn 


Bond 


Woodbarn 


Macoupin 


Woodbary 


Cumberland 


Woodhull 


Henry 


Woods ide 


Sangamon 
Morgan 


Woodson 


Woodstock 


Mc Henry 


Woodville 


Adams 


Wool 


Pope 
Ogle 


Woosung- 


WoTthington 


Jackson 


Wyant 


Bureau 


Wyoming 


Stark 


Wythe 


Hancock 


Xenia 


Clay 


Yale 


Jasper 


Yankee Hollow 


Jo Daviess 


Yates City 


Knox 


Yellow Creek 


Stephcnsor 


Yellow Head Grove Kankakee I 


York 


Olark 


York Center 


Du Page 


York Neck 


Adams 


Yorktown 


Bureau 


YorkviUe 


Kendall 


Youngsville 


McDonough 


Zanesville 


Jfontgumcry 


Zif 


■^Vayne 


Zion 


Morgan 






1 



liMllmia*!, 



Aberdeen 

Abingtoa 

Acton 

Adair 

Adams 

Adrianee 



Adyeville 

Afton 

Akron 

Alamo 

Albany 

Albion 

Alexandria 

A 1 font 

Alf'ordsvllle 

Alpha 

Alquina 

Alto 

Alton 

Alvarado 

America 

Amerieus 

Amity 

terdam 
Anderson 
Andersonvilli 
Angola 
Annapolis 
■ Dka 
Anthony 
Antioch 
Apaloua 
Arba 
Arcadia 
Areola 
Arctic 
Argos 

Armiesburg 
mstrong 



Ashbo rough 

Ash Grove 

Ashley's Mills 

Ashland 

Atkinsonville 

Attica 

Atwood 

Aubbeenaubbee 

Auburn 

Augusta Station 

rora 
Austin 

■ilia 

alia 
Baker's Mills 
Bainbridge 
Balaka 
Ballstown 
Baltimore 
If arber's Mills 
liarbersville 
Harren 
ISartouia 
liateham 
Batesville 
Battle Ground 
Bean Blossom 
Bear Branch 
Bear Creek 
Beaver Dam 
Beck's Mills 
Beckville 
Bedford 
Beech Grove 
Beechy Mire 
Belden 
Belle Air 
Bellmors 
Bellville 
Bennett's Swite 
Bennettsville 
Bennington 
Benton 
Bentonville 
Benville 
Berlin 
Bethany 
Bethel 
Bethlehem 
Bigelow's Mills 
Big Springs 
Billingsvillo 
Bird's Eve 
Black Creek 
Black Hawk Mi 



Ohic 
Wayne 



Decatur 

Newton 

Perry 

Scot't 

Fulton 

Montgomery 

Delaware 

Noble 

Madison 

Davies 

Scott 

Fayette 

Howard 

Crawford 

V\^abash 

Tippecanoe 

Johnson 

Cass 

Madison 

Franklin 

Steuben 

Parke 

Cass 

Delaware 

Huntington 

Perry 

Randolph 

Hamilton 

Allen 

De Kalb 

Marshall 

Parke 

Vanderburgh 

Owen 

Sullivan 

Clay 

Tippecanoe 

Montgomery 

Fountain 

Fulton 

DeKalb 

Marion 

Dearborn 

Noble 

Bartholomew 

Jackson 

Putnam 

Randolph 

Ripley 

Warren 

Wells 

Jeflerson 

Harrison 

Randolph 



Ri 



ley 



Ohio 

Jay 

Kosciusko 

Washington 

Montgomery 

Lawrence 

Rush 

Union 

Wabash 

Clay 

Parke 

Hendricks 

Miami 

Clark 

Switzerland 

Elkhart 

Fayette 

Jennings 

Clinton 

Parke 

■\Vayne 



Union 

Dubois 

Sullivan 

Posey 



Post Office. 

Black Oak Ridg' 

Blairsville 

Bloomfleld 

Bloomingburg 

Bloomingdale 

Blooming Grove 

Bloomingsport 

Bloomington 

Blountsville 

Blue Creek 

Blue Grass 

Blue Lick 

Blue Ridge 

Bluff Creek 

Bluff Point 

Bluffton 

Bock's Mills 

Bono 

Boon Grove 

Boonville 

Boston 

Boundary 

Bourbon 



Bowling Green 

Boxley 

Boydston's Mills 

Bradford 

Branch Creek 

Brandtwood 

Bransom 

Brazil 

Bremen 

Brewersville 

Brick Mill 

Bridgeport 

Bridgeton 

Bright 

Brighton 

Bristol 

Broad Ripple 

Brook 

Brookfield 

Brooklyn 

Brookston 

BrookviUe 

Browusburg 

Brownstown 

Brownsville 

Brnce's Lake 

Bruceville 

Bruin's X Roads 

Brunswick 

Brushy Prairie 

Bryantsburg 

Bryantsville 

Bryant's Creek 

Buckskin 

Buffalo ■ 

Buffaloville 

Bunker Hill 

Burget's Corners 

Burlington 

Burnett's Creek 

Burnside 

BurnsviUe 

Burrows 

Busseron 

Butler 

Butlerville 

ByrneviHe 

Cadiz 

Callao 

Camargo 

Cambridge City 

Camden 

Campbell 

Campbellsburg 

Cana 

Canaan 

Canal 

Cannelton 

Canoper 

Canton 

Carlisle 

Carmel 

Carpentersville 

Carroll 

Carrsville 

Cartersbnrg 

Carthat^e 

Cary 

Cassville 

Castleton 

CatalpaCrov 

Catarac t 

Cutlin 

Cathcart 

Cedar Grove 

Cedar Luke 

Celestiue 



County. 

J Daviess 

Posey 

Greene 

Fulton 

Parke 

Franklin 

Randolph 

Monroe 

Henry 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Clark 

Shelby 

Johnson 

Jay 

Wells 

Madison 

Lawrence 

Porter 

Warrick 

Wayne 

Jay 

Marshall 

Noble 

Gibson 

Clay 

Hamilton 

Kosciusko 

Harrison 

Huntington 

Starke 

Madison 

Clay 

Marshall 

Jennings 

Sullivan 

llarion 

Parke 

Dearborn 

La Grange 

Elkhart 

Marion 

Newton 

Shelby 

Morgan 

White 

Franklin 

Hendricks 

Jackson 

Union 

Fulton 

Knox 

Parke 

Lake 

La Grange 

Jeflerson 

Lawrence 

Monroe 

Gibson 

White 

Spencer 

Miami 

Clinton 

Carroll 

White 

Clinton 

Bartholomew 

Knox 

DeKalb 

Jennings 

Harrison 

Henry 

Laporte 

Jeflerson 

\Tayne 

Carroll 

Orange 

Washington 

Jennings 

Jeflerson 

Warwick 

Perry 

Adams 

Washington 

Sullivan 

Hamilton 

Putnam 

Carroll 

Marion 

Hendricks 

Rush 

Miami 

Howard 

Jfarion 

Benton 

Owen 

Parke 

Jasper 

1 ranklin 

La>5e 

Duboi 



14 



POST OFflCES — INDIANA. 



renter 
Center Point 
Ccntcrtou 
Center Valley 


Iloward 

Olav 

Morgan 


Centcrvillc 
Cerro Gordo 

ChamlM.rhiin 


Wayne 

Kandolph 

White 

Allen 

Orange 

Clark 

Hancock 



Ch 



nrficia 



Chr.^tys Prairie 
Chiirtilnisco 
Ciccn. 
Clarksljur? 
Clark's HiU 
Clark's Prairie 
Clarksville 
Clark's Station 
Clav HiU 
CI a V pool 
ClaVti.n 
ClaV:ivillc 

Clermont 

Cleveland 

Clifford 

Clifti.n 

Cliftv 

Clinton 

Clinton Lock 

Cloverdale 

Cloverland 

Clowser'8 Mills 

Coal Creek 

Coatesville 

Cochran 

Coesse 

Coffee 

Coffiii's Station 

Coffee Creek 

Collj.iru 

CiM Spring 

Cole's Corners 

Colfax 

Collamer 

College Corner 

Columbia 

OolumbiaCity 

Columbus 

Cornersville 

Conn's Creek 

Coikcrly 

Cjriuicopia 

(Jortland 

C»ranna 

Cory lion 

Cottage <Trov9 

Cottage Mill 

Cjvini!t..n 

Cox's Mill 

Craig 

Crane's Mill 

Crawfordsvillc 

Crisp's y, Uouds 

Crittenden 

Cromwell 

Crooked Creek 

Crojsin'^ 

Crois Plainn 

Crothcr-iville 

Grown Point 

Cuba 

OJlvcr's Station 

Ciiiuberlund 

Cnrtisvillo 

Curvelon 

Oyutluaun 

Cvpreiia Dale 

Dale 

Dalevillo 

Dulton 

Danville 

Dan Webster 

Darlington 

Dnvliville 

Dayton 

Deeatur 

Deem 

Deep River 

Deer Creek 

Deerlielil 

Deluwnro 

DUel.lilelliM 

Delphi 

Delta 

Dcminc 



County. 



Post OJlr-e. 



Clav 

Whitley 

Hamilton 

Decatur 

Tippecanoe 

Daviess 

Hamilton 

Lake 

Bartholomew 

Kosciusko 

Hendricks 

"Washingtoi 

Kosciusko 

Marion 

Hancock 

Bartholomew 

Union 

Decatur 

Vermillion 

Parke 

Putnam 

Clay 

Montgomery 

Fountain 

Hendricks 

Dearborn 

Whitley 

Clay 

Henry 

Porter 

Tippeean..e 

Noble 

DeKalb 

Clinton 

AVhitlev 

J.iV 

Favcttc 



Derby 
Devon 

Dillsborongh 
Dilaev HiU 
Don Juan 
Door Village 
Dora 
Dover 
Dover HiU 
Down HiU 
Drewersburg 
Dublin 
D.ick Creek 
D.idlevtown 
n.niJje 
Dunkirk 
Dunlausville 
Dupout 
Dve 
Over 

Eagle Creek 
Eagletown 
East Enterrris( 
(La 
East Germantoi 
East Liberty 
Eaton 

Eden*""'^ 

Edinburg 

Edwardsport 

EdwardsviUe 

Elizabeth 

Elizabethtown 

Elizaville 

Elkhart 

Elkinsville 

EUittsviUe 

Ellsworth 

Elrod 

Eminence 

English 

English Lake 

Enterprise 

Epsom 

Ervin 
Etna Green 

EvansvUle 

Everton 
Ewing 
Kairticld 
F.iiriield Contc 



Perry I Galena 
Henry : (iallandit 
Dearborn Galveston 
Dubois Gansoa 

Perry Guv is Grove 
Laport'e' Geetingsville 
■Wabash Gcut.rvville 
Boone (rcor-'etown 
Mart.n I Georgia 
Craw ford, Germantown 
Franklin Gibson Station 

Wayne Giiead 
Madison, GiUum 
Jackson I Glenn's VaUey 
Blackford I Giod land 
Jav I Goshen 
Unioii (Josport 
Jettcrson (Jraham 
Martin Grand View 



Lake , G 



■J-g 



_Counli/. Punt OJice. 

Floyd Howard 
Marion Howesville 

Cass Hubbard 
Pulaski jHudsonv I Uc 
Jasper iHuntingburg 
Clinton I Huntington 
Spencer Huntsville 
Floyd Huron 
Lawrence Hymeria 
Marion Iba 

Lake IdaviUe 
Miami ' Independence 
Jay Indianapolis 
Marion lugleside 
Newton I Inwood 
Elkhart Ireland 
Owen Jacksonbur:; 
Jefferson Jackson Stati 

Spencer JacksonviUe 
Crawford Jadden 



Cl: 

Dav 

D 11 boi 



Lawr 

SuUivai 

De Kal. 

Whit 

W arre, 

Maiioi 

Frant 

Marshal 



All 



id I Grays 



lie)' 
n Wavne; Green Brier 

Allen IGreenbush 
Delaware ' Green C^istle 
Wayne I Greenfield 
Hancock! Greenfield Milla 
Johnson Green Oak 
Knox ! Greensborough 
Floyd I Greensburg 
Harrison Green's Fork 
Bartholomew Greentowu 
Boone j Greenville 
Elkhart Greenwood 
Brown I Groomsville 
Monroe ■ Oroveland 

Vigo I Grovertown 
Ripley i Groves 
Morgan Griswold 
Crawford I Guilford 



tark Guio 



Spencer | Hagcrstown 
Daviess I Ualbcrt's Bluff 
Laivieuee' Half Way 

Howard! Hall 
Kosciusko I Hall's Corners 
A'ermillion Hamilton 
randerburgl Hancock 

Fayette i Hannah Station 
Jackson, Hanne.'an 
Franklin i Hanover 
DcKalbHardiusburg 
Shelbv! Harlan 
Marshafl ' Harmonv 
Kandolph 'Harrisburg 
Mari.n Harrison 
Favett. ll.irP-t>.wn 



Hancock 

-a Grange 

Fulton 

Henry 

Deeatur 

Wayne 

Howard 

Floyd 

Johnson 

Tipton 

Putnam 

Stark 

Dearborn 

Wavne 

Martin 

Jay 

Morgan 

AUen 

Steuben 

Harrison 

Laporte 

Itusk 



Jefferson 
Jeffersoni 

Jerome 



iUe 



J:uksM„IFaiabee's Station 
DcKalb Farmers' Retreat 
Harrison Farmersville 



' i ■Mi's JI 


lis Can 


M ,: , ,,: • 


Bartholomew 




Pu, ,...;:, 


1 1 . 1 , • . ,. ;ir ' 


Fountain 


Mills 


Ja':k..,i. 


ii....ai 


Laporte 




StciUcn 


llaulstadt 


Gibson 




Malison 


Hausertown 


Owen 


1 ' : 1 ■ I'S 


Miami 


Haw Patch 


La Grange 


U -.k 


Shelbv 


Hawthorn's Mill 


i Pike 




Steuben 


llavmond 


Franklin 




Sw-it/.erland 


llaVsvilla 


Dubois 


Ida 


Ma^lison 


llaileton 


Gibson 


. r's (Jap 


Wasliington 


Hebron 


Porter 




Floyd 


lieela 


Noble 




Warrick 


Hector 


Jay 


' 1 1 '11 


D-eatui 


Heffron 


Wivsliington 




Madison 


Heller's Corners 


Allen 


ll,-.',ueh 




lleltoaville 


Lawrence 


Kitner 


Lawrence 


II.M.rvville 




Wavne 


Allen 


H nn'aan 


Riplfv 


er'B'Kidgo 


\;v-<> 


Ihl'iruia 



Pulaski! HickorV Point 
Gibson Highland SUtion 



Lak' 



Uaudulpb 

Carroll 

I'urke 

llnniiltun 



Franklin 

Fraiikton 

Kreilerieli^burg 

Frodunia 

Freedom 

Frecliinlvillc 

Fr.oport 

FreeUiwn 

Fremont 

French Isl-.iid 

French Lick 

Kiilda 

KulUm 

Kurncsivill* 



Madison 

WiMliington 

Crawford 



Knox 

Shelby 
Jaeksoni noii, 
Steuben I Molton 



IlighRuok 

Hilllium 

Hillsboro' 

liiieheock Stiili' 

llobnrt 

MubbieviUo 

Holland 

Ilolinuu 



^..encer iloMoy C 
(•■niton I Hope 
Pur.arj lluuiton 



Lake 

(Jreenc 

Dttvii'M 

Dubois 

FouDtain 

Lake 

Groeuo 

Duboia 

Dowrborn 

<;r«nt 

Kiploy 

JeHenon 

Ru«h 

Uenrv 

llartholomirw 

Jacl'i <n 



Jordan 

Jordan Villa-je 
Juliet 
Kaiurama 
Kassou 

Keek's Church 
Kelso 

KendaUviUe 
Kent 
Kewanna 
Kinder 
Kingsbury- 
Kings ton 
Kirk's y. Roads 
Knightstown 
Knob Creek 
Knox 
Kokomo 
Kossuth 

Ladoga 
La Fa^ ette 
La Fuutaioe 
La Grange 
La Gro 
Lake City 
Lake Station 



Lanesville 

La|M)rle 

Laurel 

Laurence 

Lawreneehur? 

Lawreuceville 

Leavenworth 

Lebanua 

Loe 

Lecsbnrg 

Leearille 



Leopold 
Lewis 

Lewis Creek 
Lewisburg 
l.ewisrille 
Lrxinfttun 
Libert V 
Libcvt'y Mills 
Lick Fork 
L KOnier 
Lilly Dale 
Limn 

Limber Lost 
Lincoln 
Linden 
Linn Grots 
Linton 
LUbou 
Lille Ki»er 
Little York 
l.lTonU 
tocka 



M.u 

1! 

De Kal 

Greei 

D.io 

Ja 

CI i.to 

Clap 

Frauklj, 

Uo«ar 



Deal 

B*rthol..mc« 
Kan. I. dp 

Lawi nc 
W 

Vanderb .rg 
M.,rtl 
Deal 



Hariii 
Matth 
Ha»-i 



Ora. 

H.OI 

WarrK 

Ko.n- 



P. 

ShelS 



Wabal 
Cr.i >>-ro| 

SoU 



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NoM 
All* 



POST OFFICES INDIANA. 



15 



gwood 
osootee 
santville 

tU3 

vely Dale 
woll 
ivell Mills 



Cameron 
Cnrdsville 
Coy's Stat' 



hon 

1 Chester 
hattan 



County. 

Carroll 

Wabash 

Dearborn 

Cass 

Shelby 

Fayette 

Martin 

Eandolph 

Union 

Knox 

Lake 

Jartholiimew 

Dubois 

Henry 

Perry 

Randolph 

, Warrielt 

Fayette 

Martin 

Hancoek 

Decatur 

Vauderburg 

Orange 

Montgomery 

Jefferson 

Huntington 

Crawford 

Huntington 

Dearborn 

Putnam 

Rash 

Parke 

Jefferson 

Allen 

Greene 

La Grange 

Crawford 



rietta 


Shelby 


rion 


Grant 


rkle 


Huntington 


rkleviUe 


Madison 


rmont 


Marshall 


Tih Creek 


Gibson 


rshfield 


Warren 


rtinsburg 


Washington 


rtinsviUe 


Morgan 


,rtz 


Clay 


ssillon 


Allen 


uckport 
-xinkuckee 


Harrison 


Marshall 


chanisburg 


Henry 


chanicksville 


Pulaski 


darysvUle 


Pulaski 


dora 


Jackson 


mphis 


Clark 


rcury 


Madison 


rom 


Sullivan 


irrian 


Noble 


rriUville 


Lake 


tamora 


Franklin 


tea 


Cass 


ts 


Steuben 


xico 


Miami 


ami 




chiganCity 


Laporte 


chigantown 


Clinton 


ddlebury 


Elkhart 


ddle Fork 


Clinton 


ddletowu 


Henry 



Post Office. 



Count!/. 



Mooney Jackson 

Moorefield Switzerland 

Moore's Hill Dearborn 

Mooresville Morgan 

Moore's Vineyard 

Bartholomew 



Moral 
Morgantowu 
Morgiana 
Morocco 
Morris 
Morristown 
Morton 
Mortonsville* 
Moscow- 
Mountain Springs 
Mount Auburn 
Mount Carmel 
Mount Comfort 
Mount Etna 



Shelby 

Morgan 

Lawrence 

Newton 

Ripley 

Shelby 

Putnam 

Clinton 

Rush 

Martin 

Shelbv 

Franklin 

Hancock 

Hunting 



Mount Healthy Uarlholomew 
Mount Hone De Kalb 

Mount Liberty 
Mount Meridian 
Mount Moriah 
Mount Pisgah 
Mount Prospect 
Mount Sterling 



jrd 
11 Ark 
lle*sburg 

's Station 
llhousen 
11 port 



lie 



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 

Jen 

)utcomery's Station Daviess 
'cello White 

)ntmnrency Tippec 



mgoquin 
luitor 
)nmoutli 
inon 

>nroevilI( 

mrovia 

)nterey 



Mount Ve: 

Muddy Fork 

Mud Lick 

Mulberry 

Muncie 

Murray 

Napoleon 

Nash Depot 

Nashville 

Natchez 

Nebraska 

Necessity 

Neff 

Nevada 

New Albany 

New Alsace 

New Amsterdam 

New Bellsville 

Newborn 

Newberry 

New Boston 

New Britton 

Newburg 

New Burlington 

New Carlisle 

New Castle 

New Corner 

New Cory don 

New Cumberland 

New Durham 

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 May^ville 

New Mount Pleas 

New Paris 

New Philadelphia 

New Pittsburg 

Newport 

New Providence 

New Retreat 

New Richmond 

New Ross 

New Salem 

New Salisbury 

Newton Stew art 

Newtonville 

Newtown 

New Trenton 

Newville 

New Washington 

New Waverly 

New Winchester 

NicholsonviUe 

Niconza 

Nine Mile 

Nineveh 

Noah 

Noble C H 

Noblesville 

Normanda 

North Bend 

North East 

Northern Depot 



Bro 

Putnam 

Brown 

LaGrange 

Crawford 

Switzerland 

Posey 

Clark 

Jefferson 

Clinton 

Delaware 

Wells 

Ripley 

Vanderburg 

Brown 

Martin 

Jennings 

Brown 

Randolph 

Tipton 

Floyd 

Dearborn 

Harrison 

Brown 

Bartholomew 

Greene 

Spencer 

Hamilton 

Warrick 

Delaware 

St. Joseph 



Pout Office. 

North Galveston 
North Hogan 
North Judson 
North Liberty 
North Madison 
North Jlanchestei 

thport 
North Salem 
Notre Dame 
Nottingham 
Nunia 
Oak 

Oak dale 
Oakdam 
Oak 1-urm 
Oakford 
Oak Forrest 
Oak Grovs 
Oakland 
Oakland City 
Oak Station 
Oak Woods 
Oceola 
Ogden 
0.1 Creek 
Oldenbuig 
(lean 



uenry 
Delaware 

Jay 

Grant 

Laporte 

Hendricks 

Jackson 

Vi^avne 

J?igo 

Posey 

Allen 

Wabash 

Tipton 

Sullivan 

Henry 

Howard 

Ripley 

Putnam 

ant J av 

Elkhart 

Washington 

Randolph 

Vermin ■ 

Clark 
Washington 
Montgomery 

Rush 
Harris( 

Orange 

Spencer 

Fountain 

Franklin 

De Kalb 

Clark 

Cass 

Hendricks 

Putnam 

Jliami 

Allen 

Johnson 

Shelby 

Noble 

Hamilton 



■e Uill 
ida 



Ontario 
Onward 
Orange 

" ngeville 
Orchard Grov( 
Oregon 
Organ Spring 
Orion 
Orland 
Orleans 
Osgood 



St, Joseph 

Jellerson 

V\'al.ash 



Franklin 
Jaspei 

Spencer 
Gibosn 



St. Jo-ifph 
(leurv 
Terry- 
Fran kliu 
Ripley 
Wayne 
Kosciusko 
La Grange 
Cass 
Fayette 
Orange 
Lake 
Clark 
Washington 
Kosciusko 



Poolei 
Popla 
Porte 



Portland Mills 



Warnn 

Howard 

Dubois 

Fountain 



Tip to" 



Os 

Oswego 

Otto 

Ot»ell 

Ovid 

Owensburg 



Owen 



Owl Prairie 

Oxford 

Padiria 

Palestine 

Palmyra 

Paoli 

Paris 

Parker 

Parkersburg 

Parker's 

Parkville 

Patoka 

Patricksburg 

Patriot 

Paw Paw 

Paxton's 

Pecksburg 

Pekiu 

Pendleton 

Pennville 

Peppertown 

Perkinsville 

Perry 

Perrysburg 

Perrysville 



Orange 

Ripley 

Wells 

Kosciusko 

Clark 

Pike 

Madison 

Greene 

Gibson 

Daviess 

Benton 

Crawford 

Kosciusko 

Harrison 

Orange 

Jennings 

Randolph 

g Montgomery 

ttlcment Posev 

Parke 

Gibson 



Ver 



Blackford 'Northtield 



Petersburg 

Pettit 

Phelps 

Philadelphia 

Pickard's Mills 

Piereeton 

Pierceviile 

Pilot Grove 

Pilot Knob 

Pimento 

Pine City 

Pittsboro' 

Pittsburg 

Plainfield 

Plainville 

Pleasant 

rieasant Grove 

Pleasant Uill 

Pleasant Lake 

Pleasant Mills 

Pleasant Ridge 

Plymouth 

Po 

Point Commerce 

Point Isabel 

P.jland 

Polk Patch 

Pond Creeli Mills 

Pond Grove 



Switzerland 

M 

SuUi 

Hendricks 

Washington 

Madison 

Jay 

Franklin 

Madison 

AUe 

Mian 

million 

Miam 

Pik. 

Tippecanoe 

Allen 

Hancock 

Clinton 

Kosciusko 

Ripley 

Newton 

Crawford 

Vigo 

Morgan 

Hendricks 

Carroll 

Hendrick.5 

Daviess 

Switzerland 

Jasper 

Montgomery 

Steubeii 

Adams 

Marshall 



ilaski 



P 

Putuamville 
Queensv 



i GrovE 



RaiusviUe 

Raleigh 

Randall 

Raysville 

Reelsville 

Reese's Mill 

Rei 

Reiffsburg 

Remmington 

Rensselaer 

Reserve 

Retreat 

Reynolds 

Richardson 

Richland 

Richmond 

Rich Valley 

Richwonris 

Ridgeville 

Rigdon 

Ringgold 

Rising Sun 

River Vale 

Roanoke 

Rob Roy 

Rochester 

Rockiield 

Rockford 

Rockport 

R'ickville 

RogersyiUc 

Rolling Prairie 

Romney 

Rono 

Root 

Rosedale 

Rose Hill 

Roseville 

Ruse wood 

Ross 

Rossburg 

Russville 

Rothrocks Mills 

Royal Center 

Royalton 

Rushvilie 

Russell's Mills 

Russellville 

Russiaville 

Rutherford 

Saint John 

Saint Leon 

Saint Louis Cross' 



V igo 

Montgomery 

Viiro 

Shelby 

Black lord 

Huutingtou 

Gibson 

Carroll 

Washington 

Pulaski 

Putnam 

Jennings 

Switzerland 

Oweu 

Daviess 

V.arren 

Rush 

Allen 

Henry 

Putnam 

Boone 



Jasper 

Miami 

Jackson 

White 

St, Jo,ei h 

Ru.h 

Wayne 

Wul.-ish 

Delaware 

Randolph 

Grant 

La Grange 

Ohio 

Lawrence 

Huntington 

Fountain 

Fulton 

Carroil 

Jackson 

Spencer 

Parke 

Henry 

Laporte 

Perry 

T;pf ccanoe 

Perry 

Allen 

Parke 

Kosciusko 

Parke 

Hairisou 

Lake 

Decatur 

Clintoli 

Harrison 

Cu^s 

Boone 

Rush 

Pari. 

Putnam 

Clinton 

Switzerland 

Lake. 

Dearborn 



Bartholomew 



:^ 



Saint Mary's 


Vigo 


Saint Maurice 


Decatur 


Saint Meinrad 


Spencer 


Saint Omer 


Decatur 


Saint Paul 




Saint Peter's 


Franklin 


Saint Wendel's 


Posty 


Salamonia 


Jay 


Salem 


Washington 


Salem Center 


Steuben 


Salt Creek 


Porter 


SaltiUoville 


Washiu-ton 


Saluda 


Jefferson 


Saudford 


Viifo 


San Jacinto 


Jennings 


San Piere 


Stark 


Santa Claus 


Snencer 


Santa Fe 


Sliumi 


S:ir>linia 


Dec.itur 


Saturn 


Vrhiiley 


SaunJersville 


Vanderbu4 


Scipio 


Jcunin«« 



16 



POST OFFICES — IOWA. 



Pos( Office. 

Seafielii 
Sellfi-sburg 
Selma 
Sevastopol 
Seymour 
Shaagliai 
Shannondale 
Sharon 
Sharp's Mills 
■ Sharps ville 
Shawnee Mound 
Sheasville 
Sheilville 
Shelbiirn 
Shelbyville 
Sidney 
Silver Lake 
Silverville 
Six Mile 
Slash 
Slate 
Slate Cut 



Sli 



Smelser's Mills 

Smithland 

Smithvillo 

Smyrna 

SnoJdv's Mills 

Snow Hill 

Solsberry 

Somerset 

SomerviUe 

South Bend 

South Betheny B 

South Bostou 

South Cleaveland 

South Gate 

South Martin 

South Milford 

Southport 

South West 

South Whitley 

Spade's Depot 

Spauldingville 

Sparlisville 

Sparta 

Spartanburg 

Spearsville 

Spencer 

Spencerville 

Spiceland 

Spring Creek 

fSping Dale 

Springfield 

Springfield Mills 

Spring Hill 

Sprinitown 

Spring'vlUe 

Stamper's Creek 

Stanford 

Star 

Star City 

State Line 

Staunton 

Steam Corner 

Steeles 

Stewartsvillo 

Stiles ville 

Stinesvillo 

Slip's Hill 

Stockdale 

Stockton 

Stockwell 

Stoney Point 

Storm's Creek 

Strawberry Ridge 

Strawtown 

Stringtown 

Sugar Branch 

Sugar Creek 

Sugar Orove 

Sugar River 

Sullivan 

Sulphur Hill 

Sulphur Springs 

Summit 

Summitvillo 

Sumner 

Sumption Prairie 

Kunmnn 

Swan 

Swan ville 

Sylvanla 

Syracuse 

Tampioo 

TMsmong Orovo 

Tnylorgvillo 1 

Toll City 

Tcrro Coupee 

Torre Haute 

Tctersburg 

Texas 



County. 

White 

Clark 

Delaware 

Kosciusko 

Jackson 

Howard 

Montgomery 

Delaware 

Harrison 

Tipton 

Tippecanoe 

Morgan 

Hamilton 

Sullivan 



Kosciusko 

Lawrence 

Jennings 

Grant 

Jennings 

Clark 

Marshall 

Rush 

Shelby 

Monroe 

Decatur 

Fountain 

Randolph 

Greene 

Wabash 

Gibson 

St. Joseph 

lartholomcw 

Washington 

Whitley 

Franklin 

Martin 

La Grange 

Marion 

Elkhart 

Whitley 

Ripley 

Knox 

Jackson 

Dearborn 

Randolph 

Brown 

Owen 

De Kalb 

Henry 

Cass 

Harrison 

Franldin 

Noble 

Decatur 

Hendricks 

Lawrence 

Orange 

Monroe 

Rush 

Pulaski 

Warren 

Clay 

Fountain 

Rush 

Posey 

Hendricks 

Monroe 

Franklin 

Miami 

Owen 

Tippecanoe 

Jeft'erson 

Jennings 

Pulaski 

Hamilton 

Ripley 

Switzerland 

Hancock 

TippiM'Unni 

Mont^,'"l^' I' 



Post Office. 

Thorntown 

Tippecanoe Town 

Tipton 

TitusviUe 

Tobinsport 

Tollers ton 

Toronto 

Trafalgar 

Transitville 

Trask 

Trenton 

Trinity Springs 

Tripton 

Troy 

Tiinnelton 

Turkey Creek 

Tnrman's Creek 

Twelve Mile 

Twin Corners 

Tyner City 

Union 

Union City 

Union Mills 



Uni 



ille 



Urbana 

Utica 

Valeene 

Valley City 

\allev Mills 

Valonia 

Valparaiso 

Van Buren 

Vandal ia 

Vera Cruz 

Vernon 

Versailles 

Vevay 

Victor 

Vienna 

Vincennes 

Vistula 

Volira 

Wabash 

Wadesrille 

Wailsboro' 

Wp.karusa 

Walkersville 

Walkerton - 

Wallace 

W laiit Hill 

Walpule 

Walton 

Wanatah 

Warren 

Warrington 

Warsaw 

Washington 

Washington Ce 

Water ford 

Waterloo 

Waterloo City 

Waterman 

Wauhoo 

Waveland 

Wavcrly 

Wawaka 

Waw-pe-cong 

Way 

Waynesburg 

Waynetown 

Way nesv ille 

Webster 

Weisburg 

Wesley 

West Baden 

West Biiena Vista 

Westchester 

West Creek 

W.-stfield 

West Ivinderh.Mik 

\S'r,(l:i,Ml 



County. Post Offic 



Marshall 

Tipton 

Ripley 

Perry 

Lake 

Vermillion 

Tippecanoe 

Randolph 

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. Josepli 

Fountain 

Marshall 

Haucock 

Cass 

Laporte 

Huntington 

Hancock 

Kosciusko 

Daviess 

;r Whitlev 

La Porte 

^~ Fayette 

DeKalb 

P.arke 

Vigo 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Nuble 

Miiam 

Ripley 

Decatur 

jrontgomnry 

Bartholomew 

W.iyne 

Dearborn 

Jlontgomery 

Orange 

Gibson 

Jay 

Lake 

Hamilton 

Tipton 

Hancock 

Warren 

Marion 



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 

Zanesvilie 

Zenas 

Zimsburg 

Zionsville 



County. 

Decatur 

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 

Agrieola 

A?ns worth 

Albany 

Albia 

Albion 

Albright 

Alden 

Algona 

Algonquin 

AUemakee 

Allen's Grove 

Allison 

Almoral 

Alpine 

Alton 

Amador 

Amish 

Amity 

Anamosa 

Anderson 

Andrew 

Apple Grove 

Aiiuilla Grove 

Arbor Hill 

Areola 

Arzo 

Ashland 

Atalissa 

Atlanta 

Attica 

Auburn 



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WMliingli.n Willi 



Warrick 

Miami 

J'orter 

Delaware 

Franklin 

Jackson 



Wayne 

Carrol 

Wayne 

Warren 



IJiuh Grove 

Bad en 

Baker 

Bangor 

Bankslon 

Banner Valley 

nallyelou.'h 

Ilirrvvillc 
II,. 



•Grov 
Bedford 
Bcctracc 
Belinda 
llcUaiit 
Ucllc Air 



County, 

Jefferson 

Hardin 

Dallas 

Polk 

Union 

Wapello 

Mahaska 

Washington 

Davis 

Monroe 

JIarshall 

Des Moines 

Hardin 

Kossuth 

Butler 

Allemakee 

Scott 

DuBaque 

Delaware 

Wapello 

Dallas 

Wapello 

Johnson 

oott 

Jones 

Clayton 

Jackson 

Polk 

Winneshiek 

Adair 

Monona 

Lucas 

Wapello 

Muscatine 

Buchanan 

Marion 

Mahajika 

Des Moines 

Kenknk 

Polk 

■Wright 

Keokuk 

Jeflferaon 

Marshall 

Dubuque 

Dubuq"" 

Blaek Hawk 

Delaware 

Guthrie 

Tavlor 

A P pan., OK.. 

Luoai 

nee 

Johnson 



Belle Fountain 

le Plain 
Bellevue 
Belmond 
Belvidere 

ennington 
Benton 

enton's Port 

erlin 

ertram 

ethel 
Bethlehem 
g Grove 
g Mound 
Big Rock 
Big Springs 
Birmingham 
"lairstown 

lakeville 
Bloomtield 
Bloomington 
"'ue Grass 
ue Point 
Bluffton 
Bon Accord 
Bonaparte 
Boone 

Boonesboro' 
Boon Spring 
Border Plains 



Botavia 
Boulder 

Bower's Prairie 
Boyer River 
Boylin's Grove 

randon 
Bridgeport 
Brightin V 

Bristol 
Brock 
Brookfield 
Brookl vn 
Brookville 

s-nsville 

sh Creek 
Brushy Valley 
Buchingham 
Buck Creek 
Buckeye 
Buena Vista 
Buffalo 
Buffalo Fork 
Bufi'alo Grove 
Buncombe 

Burk 

Burlington 
Burr Oak V 

Business Corner 
Butler 

Butler Center 
tier Hill 

Cairo 

Caledonia 

Caldwell 

Calhoun 

Calmar A 

Calmus 

Caloma 

Camanche 

Cambria 

Cambridge 

Camden 

Campton 

Canoe 1 

Canton 

Capoli 

Cardiff 

Carl 

Carlisle 

Carrolton 

Carthage 

Cascade 

CBSsaday's Corners 

1 Centre 
Castalift V 

Ca.stlc Grove 
Ci!.tlevillc 
Cedar Bluff 
Cedar Falln I 

Cedar Rapids 
Cedar Vulley I 

Central Cily 
Center 
Center Point 
IVnterville 
Ceres 

Chandallcr 
Chapin 



Siihask 

Be 

Jac 

Wiigh 

Moi 

Jl:l 

Milli 

Van Biire:i 

Hardi- 

Lin 

Favett 

Wayn 

Pottawatoiui 

Le 

■ S 

Lo 

Van Bure 
Bi.nto 
Black Ha 
I), I 



Guthri, 

Tarn 

Breme 

CI in to 
Scol 

Ko^-iit 



POST OFFICES — IOWA. 



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'o«< OiJice. 


County. 


Post Office. 


Count!/. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


uritonO.H. 


Lucas 


Dyersville 


Dubuque 


Glasgow 


Jefferson 


Keokuk 


Lee 


irles City 


Floyd 


Eagle 


Bremer 


Glendale 




Keosauqua 


Van Buren 




Cedar 


Eagle Grove 


Wright 


Glenn's 


Clark 


Kilbourn 




irksviUe 


Butler 


Earlville 


Delaware 


Glenwood 


Mills 


Kinisaw 


Tama 


^rlestoa 


Lee 


East Melrose 


Monroe 


Ooldfield 


Wright 


King 


Dubuque 


irlotte 
itham 


Clinton 


Eatonville 


Howard 


Gosport 


Marion 


Kingston 


Des Moines 


Buchanan 


Edenville 


Marshall 


Grand Mound 


Clinton 


Kingston City 
Kirksville 


Linn 


uanooga 


Dallas 


Eddyville 


Wapello 


Grand River 


Wayne 


Wapello 


Y Mills 


Jones 


Eden 


Fayette 


Grand View 


Louisa 


KnoxviUe 


Marion 


ivford 


Jones 


Edinburg 


GrandviUe 


Mahasks 


Kossuth 


Des Moines 


^Isea 


Tama 


Edna 


Cass 


Grant 


Jlontgomery 


Koszta 


Iowa 


Pquist 


Davis 


Edom 


Keokuk 


Grant City 


Sac 


LaceUe 


Clurk 


frokee 


Cherokee 


Eldora 


Hardin 


Gravity 


Taylor 


Lacona 


Warren 


ickasaw 


Chickasaw 


El Dorado 


Fayette 


Greeley 


Delaware 


Lacy 


Muscatine 


lioothe 


Wapello 


Elgin 


" 


Green Castle 


Jasper 


Ladora 




ristiansburg 


•• 


Elk 


Decatur 


Greenfield 


Adair 


Lafayette 


Linn 


foinnati 


Appanoose 


Elkader 


Clayton 


Green Mountain 


Marshall 


La Grange 


Lucas 


inton 


Madison 


Elkport 


" 


Greenvale 


Dallas 


Lake 


Washingtom 


Ifinda 


Page 


Elk River 


Clinton 


Greenwood 


Polk 


Lake City 
Lakin's Grove 


Calhoun 


J 


Washington 


Ellington 


Hancock 


Grinnell 


Poweshiek 


Hamilton 


B'ton 


Clayton 


Ellsworth 


Madison 


Grove City 


Cass 


LaMotte 


Jackson 


ar Creek 


AUemakee 


Elm Springs 


Butler 


Grove Creek 


Delaware 


Lancaster 


Keokuk 


ar Lake City 


Cerro Gordo 


Elou 


AUemakee 


Grove Hill 


Bremer 


Langworthy 


Jones 


irmont 


Fayette 


Ely 


Marion 


Grundy Center 


Grundy 


Lansing 


Allemakee 


ftcn 


Louisa 


Emmet 


Emmet 


Gurley 


Cass 


Laporte 


Clark 


itou 


Clinton 


Emmettsburgh 


Palo Alto 


Guthrie Center 


Guthrie 


Laporte City 


Black Hawk 




Wayne 


English Settlement Marion 


Gutenburg 


Clayton 


Laredo ^ 


Mahaska 


le 


Jasper 


Enterprise 


Black Hawk 


Halfway Prairie 


MoLroe 


Latimer 


Warren 


1 Creek 


Keokuk 


Ep worth 


Dabuque 


Hamburgh 


Fremont 


La Vega 


Des Moines 


Iton 


Monroe 


Estella 


Ringgold 


Hamilton 


Marion 


Lawrenceburg 


Warren 


esburg 


Delaware 


EsthervilleC.H 


Emmet 


Hamlin Grove 


Audubon 


Lebanon 


Van Buren 




Jasper 


Eugene 


Ringgold 


ammondsburg 


Warren 


Le Claire 


Scott 


lege Farm 


Story 


Eveland Grove 


Mahaska 


ampton 


Franklin 


Le Gvand 


Marshall 


egeSpriug 


Page 


Exira 


Audubon 


Hardin 


Clayton 


Leighton 


Mahaska 


5 


Story 


Fairbank 


Buchanan 


Harlan 


Shelby 


Leo 


Fayette 


>ny 


Delaware 


Fairfax 


Liun 


Harpers Ferry 


AUemakee 


Leon 


Decatur 


imbia 


Marion 


Fairfield 


Jefferson 


Harris Grove 


Harrison 


Leroy 


Brewer 


imbusCity 


Louisa 


Fairport 


Bluscatine 


Hartford 


Warren 


Lester 


Black Hawk 


tiet 


Mahaska 


Fairview 


Jones 


Hartland 


Worth 


Lewis 


Cass 




Clayton 


Fandon 


Allamakee 


Hawleysville 
Hazle Green 


Page 


Lewisburg 


Wayne 


fpetine 


Wapello 


Farley 


Dubuque 


Delawa?e 


Lexington 


Taylor 


astock 


Wapello 


Farmersburg 


Clayton 
Jackson 


Hazelton 


Buchanan 


Liberty 


Clark 


Ifideuce 


Wayne 


Farmer's Creek 


Hebron 


Adair 


Liberty Center 


Warren 


a Rapids 


Carroll 


Farmington 


Van Buren 


Helena 


Tama 


LibertyviUe 


Jefferson 


i 


Johnson 


Fayette 


Fayette 


Henderson Prair 


e Clayton 


Lima 


Fayette 
Howard 


•eotionville 


Woodbury 


Fern Valley 


Palo Alto 


Hesper 


Winneshiek 


Lime Spring 


7 


Fremont 


Festina 


Winneshiek 


Hesperian 
HibbsviUe 


Webster 


Lincoln 


Polk 


rdon 


Wayne 


Filmore 


Dubuque 




Linton 


Des Moines 


aze 


Hardin 


Flint 


Mahaska 


Hickory 


VanB^urln 


Lisbon 


Linn 


age Hill 


Duburiue 


Florence 


Benton 


Hickory Grove 


Jackson 


Lithopolis 


Hardin 


on Grove 


Henry 


Floris 


Davis 


Higginsport 


Jackson 


Littleport 


Clayton 


conviUe 


Jackson 


Floyd 


Floyd 


Highland 


Clayton 
Jones 


Little Sioux 


Harrison 


Incil Bluffs 


Pottawatomie 


Fontanelle 


Adair 


Highland Grove 


Livingston 


Appanoose 


bcilHiU 


Clayton 


Fontaine 


Hardin 


Hi-h Point 


Decatur 


Lockridge 


JeSferson 


1 Creek 




Foote 


Iowa 


Hillsborough 


Henry 


Locust Lane 


Winneshiek 




Howard 


Forrest City 


Winnebago 


Holaday's 


Adair 


Lett's Creek 


Kossuth 


vfordsville 


Washington 


Forest Hill 


Louisa 


Holt 


Taylor 


Louisa Center 


Louisa 


icentCity 


Pottawatomie 


Forest Home 


Poweshiek 


Home 


Van Buren 


Lovilia 


Monroe 


13 


Ringgold 




Howard 


Homer 


Hamilton 


Lowden 


Cedar 


^1"=^ 


Porestville 


Delaware 


Homestead 


Iowa 


Lowell 


Henry 
Clinton 


stal 


Tama 


Forks 


Tama 


Hook's Point 


Hamilton 


Low Moor 


a 


Monroe 


Fort Atkinson 


Winneshiek 


Hopeville 


Clark 


Luana 


Clayton 


lonega 


Wapello 


Fort Dodge 


Webster 


Hopewell 


Mahaska 


Lucerne 


Wayne 


Ota 


Humbolt 


Fort Madison 


Lee 


Hopkinton 


Delaware 


Luni 


Wright 


Marion 


Fort Plain 


Warren 


Horton 


Bremer 


Lura 


Cass 


dauutha 


Guthrie 


Frankfort 


Montgomery 


Howard Center 


Howard 


Lybrand 


Allemakee 


forth 


Johnson 


Franklin 


Decatur 


Howardsville 


Floyd 


l.ycurgus 


Allemakee 


viUe 


Des Moines 


Franklin Centre 


Lee 


Hudson 


Black Hawk 


Lynn 


Warren 


enport 


Scott 


FrauklinGrove 


, Page 


Huron 


Des Moines 


Lynnville 


Jasper 


13 Cree 


Washington 


Frank Pierce 


Johnson 


Iconium 


Appanoose 


Lyons 


ClinEon 


ton 


Bremer 


Franklin Prairie 


Winneshiek 


Ida 


Ida 


Lytle City 
McGregor 


Iowa 


itur 


Decatur 


Frankville 


Winneshiek 


Illinois Grove 


Marshall 


Clayton 


)rah 


Winneshiek 


Frederica 


Bremer 


Illyria 


Fayette 


McKissack'3 Grove Fremont 


1 River 


Poweshiek 


Fredericksburg 


Chickasaw 


Independence C H 


Buchanan 


Macedonia 


Potawattomis 


■field 


Chickasaw 


Fredonia 


Louisa 


Indianola C H 


Warren 


Macksville 


Guthrie 


,nti 


Hardin 


Freedom 


Lucas 


[ttdianapolis 


Mahaska 


Mada 


Guthrie 


ware 


Delaware 


Freeland 




iDirart's Grove 


Ringgold 


Madison 


Jones 


li 




Freeport 


Winneshiek 


Inland 


Cedar 


Magnolia 
Makee 


Harrison 


ison 


Crawford 


Fremont 


Mahaska 


loka • 


Keokuk 


Allemakee 


mark 


Lee 


French Creek 


AUemakee 


lola 


Marion 


Malcom 


Poweshiek 


nis 


Appanoose 


Friend's Grove 


Warren 


Ion 


AUemakee 


Malvern 


Johnson 


ver 


Frveburg 
Fuller's Mills 


Wright 


Iowa Cent,f 


Story 


Manchester 


Delaware 


lloirea 


Dubuquo 


Jones 


Iowa City 


Johnsoi 


MangoldviUe 


Delaware 


Polk 


Fulton 


Jackson 


Iowa Falls 


Hardin 


Manti 


Fremont 


•■itt 


Clinton 


Funk's Mills 


Decatur 


lowaville 


Van Buren 


Manteno 


Shelby 


•y 


Washington 


Galesburg 


Jasper 


Iron Hills 


Jackson 


Mapleton 


Monona 


de 


Keokuk 


Garden Grove 


Decatur 


Irvington 


Kossuth 


Maquoketa 


Jackson 


m 


Scott 


Garibaldi 


Keokuk 


Isabell 


Jackson 


Marcy 


Boone 


;e 


Guthrie 


GarnaviUe 


Clayton 
Jackson 


luka 


Tama 


Marble Rock 


Floyd 


;eviUe 


Des Moines 


Garry Owen 


Jacksonville 


Chickasaw 


Marengo 


Iowa 


in 


Mitchell 


Gaston 


Fremont 


Jaynesville 
JeddoCitv 


Bremer 


Marietta 


Marshall 


!he3l :t 


AUemakee 


Gem 


Clayton 


Harrison 


Marion 


Linn 


d St: tion 


Van Buren 


Genesee 


Cerro Gordo 


Jefferson" 


Dubuque 


Jfarshall 


Henry 
Marshafi 


;las 


Fayette 


Geneva 


Franklin 


JeffersonviUe 


Lee 


Marshalltown 


■ r 


Lee 


Genoa 


Wayne 


Jerome 


Appanoose 


Martinsburg 


Keokuk 


nay 


Cedar 


Genoa Bluff- 


Iowa 


Jessup 


Buchanan 


Mason City 


Cerro Gordo 




Davis 


Georgetown 


Monroe 


Johnson 


Jones 


MasonviUe 


Cerro Gord» 


Creek 


Linn 


Germanvil'.e 


Jefferson 


Jone 


Iowa 


MassiUisn 


Cedar 


uqxio 


Dubuque 


Girard 


Clayton 
Scott 


Jollyville 


Lee 


Maysville 


Franklin 


ango 


" 


Gilbert 


Kasson 


Madison 


Maxfield 


Bremer 




Cedar 


GilbertviU. 


Black Hawk 


Kendrick 


Greene 


Meade 


Page 


ih Creek 


Washington 


Givona 


Mahaska 


Kennebee 


Monnoa 


MeehicansTill. 


C«dar 



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POST OFFICES — IOWA. 



Pust Office. 


Counly. 


Post OfUce. 


County. 


Font Office. 


County. 


Poat Office, 


Memphis 


Appanoose 


Okoboji 


Dickenson 


Red Oak Junction Montgomery 


Talleyrand 


Memory 


Taylor 


Old Mission 


Winneshiek 


Red Rock 


Iowa 


Tar* 


Marion 


Olmstead 


Shelby 


Reeder's Mills 


Harrison 


Tarkis 


Mentor 


Bremer 


Ononway 


Louisa 


Riceville 


Mitchell 


Taylor 


Mi'idle River 


JIadison 


Onaway City 


Monona 


Richfield 


Fayette 


Taylorsville 


Mlri.lletown 


Des Moines 


Oran 


Fayette 


Richland 


Keokuk 


Thompsonville 


MiJ Pniirie 


Louisa 


Orange 


Clinton 


Richmond 


WashinL'ton 


Timber Creek 


Mil lord 


Clark 


Orford 


Tama 


Ridgedalc 


Polk 


Tipton 


M 11 


Fayette 


Orleans 


Appanoose 


Riley 


Clark 


Tipton Grove 


Milledgeville 


Appanoose 
Dubuque 


Orono 


Muscatine 


Ringgold 


Ringgold 


I' J"'' 


Milleray 


Osborn 


Howard 


Rippey 


Greene 


Toledo 


Millersburg 


Iowa 


Osborne 


Howard 


Rising Sun 


Polk 


Toolsborough 


Mill Grove 


Poweshiek 


Osage 


Mitchell 


Robin 


Benton 


Toronto 


Millrocli 


Jaekson 


Oskaloosa 


Maha.ska 


Roeh-^ster 


Cedar 


Tower Hill 


Millville 


Clayton 


Osprey 


Monroe 


Rock 


Cerro Gordo 


Trenton 


Milton 


Van Buren 


Ossian 


AUemakee 


Rockdale 


Dubuque 


Tripoli 


Min.-ral Ridge 


Boone 


Oswego 


Warren 


Rockford 


Flovd 


Trov 


Min.^rva 


Jasper 


Otho 


Webster 


Rock Grove City 


•'• 


Twm Spring 


Mitchell 


Mit her 


OtisviUe 


Franklin 


Rome 


Henry 


Tvro 


Mitci.ville 


Polk 


Otranto 


Mitchell 


Rose Grove 


Hamilton 


T Ister 


Modiiil 


Harrison 


Otsego 


Fayette 


Rose Mound 


Warren 


Union 


Jlothtt's Grove 


Guthrie 


Ottawa 


Clark 


Rosette 


Cedar 


Union Center 


if una 


Mitchell 


Otter Creek 


Jackson 


Rossvillc 


AUemakee 


Union City 


Monmouth 


Jackson 


Otto 


Woodbury 


Round Grove 


Scott 


Union Hil'l 


Monona 


Clayton 


Ottumwa 


Wapello 


Sabula 


Jackson 


Union Mills 


Monroe 


Jasper 


Owen's Grovo 


Cerro Goruo 


Sac City 


Sac 


Union Prairie 


Monterey 
Montezuma 


Davis 


Oxford 


Johnson 


Saint Ansgar 


Mitchell 


Union Ridge 


Poweshiek 


Oxford MilH 


Jones 


Saint Charles 


Madison 


Uniontown 


Monli;omery 
Montizello 


Wright 


Ozark 


Jackson 


Saint Clair 


Monona 


UnionviUe 


Jones 


Pacific City 


Mills 


Saint Donatus 


Jackson 


Unity 


Montrose 


Lee 


Page City 


Page 


Saint John 


Harri.son 


Upper Grove 


Moravia, 


Appanoose 


Palestine 


Johnson 


Saint Paul 


Lee 


Upton 


Morgan 


Winneshiek 


Palmyri 


Polk 


Salem 


Henrv 


Urbanna 


MorningSnn 


Louisa 


Palo 


L.nn 


Salina 


Jefferso"n 


Utica 


Jl::j,;tr'^ 


Guthrie 


Palo Alto 


Louisa 


Sand Spring 


Delaware 


Valley 


Muscatine 




Linn 


Sandusky 


Lee 


ValleV Farm 


Mount Algor 
Mount Auburn 


Jackson 


Parkersburg 


Butler 


SandvsviUe 


Warren 


Van B.irea 


Benton 


Parrish 


Dea Moine.« 


Saratoga 


Howard 


Vandalia 


Mount Ayr 
Mount Olive 


Riu2(rold 


Patriot 


I'nion 


Savannah 


Davis 


Vandyke 


MillH 


Pedee 


Cedar 


SaylorsviUe 


Polk 


Vega 


Mount Washington Adams 


Pella 


Marion 


Sciola 


Jlontgomery 


Venus 


Moun' Zion 


Van Buren 


Penora 


Guthrie 


Scotch Grove 


Jones 


Vernon 


Mt. Hope 
Mt Pleasant 


Delaware 


Peoria 


Mahaska 


Scott 


Mahaska 


Vernon Springs 


Henry 


Peoria City 


Polk 


Scott Centre 


Favette 


Victor 


Mt. .Sterling 
Jit. Vernon 


Van Buren 


Peosta 


Dubuque 


Seventy-eight 


Johnson 


Vienna 


Linn 


Peru 


Madison 


Shady Brook 


Linn 


Village Creek 


Sluscaline 


Muscatine 


Peterson 


Clay 


Sharon 


Warren 


Vincennes 


Nashua 


Chickasaw 


Pickaway 


Ben'on 


Sheffield 


Story 


Vinton 


National 


Clayton 


Pierce Point 


Dallas 


Shelbv 


Clark 


Viola 


Kantrill 


Bremer 


Piercoville 


VanBuren 


Shell 'Rock 


Butler 


Virginia Grove 


Necot 


Linn 


PiAe 


Muscatine 


Shell Rock Falls 


Cerro Gordo 


Volga City 
Volfiska 


Nelson 


Mitchell 


Pilot Orova 


Lee 


Shellsburg 


Benton 


Neuiora 


Johnson 


Pin Oak 


Dubuque 


Sherman 


Poweshiek 


V.dney 


Nevada 


Story 


Pittsburg 


Van Buren 


Sherrill's Mount 


Dubuque 


W acousta 


NevinviUc 


Adams 


Plattville 


Taylor 


Sliobe'8 (Jrove 


Franklin 


Wagner 


New Alley 
Newark 


Winneshiek 


Pleasant (Jrove 


Des Moines 


Shueyville 


Johnson 


Wahagbousey 


Marion 


Pleasant Hill 


Cedar 


Sidney 


Fremont 


Walnut 


New b'-rn 




Pleasant Pain 


Jefferson 


Sigel 


Clayton 


Walnut Fork 


Newl.urph 


Mitchell 


Pleasant Prairie 


Muscatine 


Sigourney 


Keokuk 


Walnut Grove 


New Koston 


Lee 


Pleasant Valley 


Scott 


Simpson 


Adams 


Waltham 


New liada 


Decatur 


Plcasantvillc 


Marion 


Sioux City 


Woodbury 


Wapello 


Now Hampton 


Chickasaw 


Plum Hollow 


Fremont 


Smithland 


WoodburV 


Wapsa 


New Hartford 


Butler 


Plymouth 


Corro Gordo 


Smyrna 


Clark 


Wardena 


New Haven 


Washington 


Plymouth Rock 


Winneshiek 


Snyder 
Solon 


Dallas 


Ward's Corners 


New Hope 
New .luflernon 


Vnion 


Point Isabelle 


Wapello 


Johnson 


Warren 


Greene 


Point Palestine 


Story 


South English 


Keokuk 


Washington 


New Liberty 


Scott 


Point Pleasant 


Hardin 


South Flint 


Des Moines 


Wassonville 


New London 


Henry 


Polk City 


Polk 


Spillville 


Winneshiek 


Waterford 


New Market 


Van Burei. 


Port Allen 


Louisa 


Spirit Lake 


Dickinson 


Waterloo 


New Oregon 


Howard 


I'orlland 


Van Buren 


Spraguevillo 


Jackson 


Watertown 


New Phiiudelph 


a Story 


Port Louisa 


Louisa 


Spring Brook 




Waterville 


Newport 

New Providence 


Johnsoi 


Port Richmond 


Wapello 


Spring Creek 


Tama 


Waubeck 


Hardin 


Postvillc 


AUemakee 


Spring Dale 


Cedar 


Waucoma 


Now .Sharon 


Mah.-vska 


Prairicburgh 


Linn 


Sprincfteld 


Keokuk 


Waupalon 


Newton 


Jasper 


Prairie City 


Jasper 


S|. ring Grove 


Linn 


Waukou 


New Town 


Pottawatomie 


Prairie Creek 


Jowa 


Spring Lake 


Bremer 


Wavcrly 


New Vienna 


Dubu.iuc 


Prairie Grove 


ClLlk 


Spring Run 


Keokuk 


Wavne 


New Virpinia 


Warren 


Prairie Hill 


n.. ne 


Spring Valley 


Decatur 


Wefcstcr 


New York 


Wavne 


Prairie Mills 


Muscatine 


Springville 


Linn 


Webster CitT 


Nile! 


Van B.iren 


Prairie View 


Ringgold 


Springwater 


Winneshiek 


Welle r 


NineKagle, 
Nora Springs 


Deo.itur 


Prairievillc 


Decatur 


Staceyvillc 


Mitchell 


Well's Mills 


Floyd 


Prnparatioa 


Monona 


Stapleton 


Chickasaw 


Wei ton 


Mar«hall 


Prico 


Scott 


State Centra 


Marshall 


Wentworth 


North 


Madison 


Primrose 


Lee 


Stelapolii 


Iowa 


West Alexander 


Nortl. English 
Northfield 




Princeton 


Scott 


Sterling 


Jackson 


West B n.l 


DcB Moine 


Promise CitT 


Wayne 


litiles 


Davis 


West Branch 


North Liberty 


Johnson 


Prospeol Hill 


Linn 


Story City 


Storv 


West Davton 


Northville 


(jruunc 


Pulaski 


Davis 


Strawb.rry Point 


Clayton 


West Fork 


Nr.rtii Wiiihington Chiokasaw 


Putnam 


Fayeile 


Stringtowu 


D.^Tis 


West Milrhcll 


Northwood 


Worth 


Qua«')uelon 
(Jiu-bec 


Buchanan 


Sugar Grovr 


Powc-hiok 


Western College 


Norwalk 


Warron 


Hardin 


S.iinmerliiU 


Jnrk.ou 


Wo«terville 


NugenfuOrov* 


Linn 


OuccnCily 


Adams 


Siimu.er.M't 


Warren 


West Grove 


Numa 


Appanoose 


Oueen's Poiul 


Madison 


Summit 


Muscatine 


West Irring 


Oakflcid 


Audul.on 


Ouiiiey 


Adams 


Summitrlllt 


Lee 


West Liberty 


f)ukland Vallt-y 


Franklin 


llagl... 


Harrison 


Sumner 


Bremer 


West Point 


Oak I'oint 


Van Buren 


RamcHsa 


Clinton 


Sunny Side 


Buchanan 


We«t Union 


Oak .Spring 


D.iri. 


Knndall 


Hamilton 


8 wanton 


Bullrr 


Wheatland 


Ouiix 


Johnson 


R.iTmand 


Black Hawk 


Swcede Point 


Boone 


Wheelinn 
White Cloud 


O-Himn 


O'Brien 


R-id 


Clayton 


Swrctland Ccnltr 


MuTatinr 


(itvvit c. n. 


Clark 


Redding 
Rcdfl«l.l 


RinrMdi 


Svraruo 


Bromor 


White Oak 


Ogdeo 


Dubuque 


Dnlla 


Tabor 


Fremnul 


Whit* Pigeon 


Ohla 


Madison 


K«d Oak 


Cod.r 


Tallabotat 


Luea* 


Whitesboro' 



Appan 
Clii 

Mite 

Ll 

Palo . 

C 

Web 

Linr . 

I)h»» 
Tarn 

Muscat in 



POST OFFICES — KANSAS'— KEMUCKi*. 



19 



oU Ofjice. 

lUifTe 
'illiams 

illow 

illiamstown 
'lUoagliby 
'^ilaou's Grove 
'ilton Juuctioi 
''inchester 
"■indhaiu 
''Indsor 
[inlield 
'iuueshiek 



inthrop 

i scons in 
l^ulcot 

olf Creek 

uodbiuc 

ood bridge 
l^oodbiiry 

ooster 

orth 

([■orthingtoa 
'yoming 

enia 

[ankee Settl 



County. 

Jacksun 

ISenton 

Pottawatomie 

Chickasaw 

Butler 

Kramer 

Aludoatiue 

Van Buren 

Johnson' 

Fayette 

Henry 

Winneshiek 

Madison 

Buchanan 

Warren 

Scott 

Tama 

Harrison 

Cedar 

Woodbury 

Jefterson 

Dubuque 

Dallas 

Wayne 

int Clayton 

Washington 

Harrison 

Delaware 

Cedar 

Boone 

Johnson 



Kansas. 



jnesCity 
bany 
i.llen 



'ersburjrh 
ttldwin City 
arnesviUe 
arrett 
itcheller 
ith 
azaar 
elmont 
^-nniujtton 
ig S primes 
is Turkey 
lack .lack 
looming Grove 

M.unids 

Kapids 
rooklyu 



rlyle 
arson 
.tholic Mi: 
nti-rville 
utralia 
irea 

edar Poin 
helsna 
hcrrv Crcc 
ircleVille 
lav Cent.r 



County. 

Dickinson 

Breckinridge 

Nemaha 

Breckenridge 

Wabaunsee 

Nemaha 

Breckinridge 

Atchison 

Davis 

Nemaha 

Atchison 

Shawnee 

Ottawa 

Douglas 

Jiourbou 

Marshall 

Uiley 

Woodson 

Chase 

V\ oodson 

Ottowa 

Douglas 



Brown 1 

Nemaha j 

Allen I 

Brown I 



Nemaht 
I'ranklii 
Andersoi 



Post OfjXct 

Kden 

El Dorado 

KUzabethtov 

KIk Creek 

Elmenlaro 

El wood 



Eureka 

Fairland 

Fairmount 

Fur West 

Forest Hill 

Fort Leavenworth 

Fort Lincoln 

Fore Riley 

P'ort Scott 

Franklin 

Fremont 

Gardenei 

Garnett 

Gatesvil 



Shii 
Mad 
Don i [1 
Breckenridge 
Doufjlas 
Greenv 
Marshall 
Leave nw 



Mo 



Breck 



dge 
Bourboi 



Ge;. 



Geneva 

Grasshopper Falls 
Glendalo 



Bou) 

Douglas 

Breckinr ' 

Johnston 

Anderson 

Clay 

Doniphan 

Allen 



Grant 


Davis 


Greenwood 




Ouiltard'8 Stat 


on Marshall 


Haddem 


Wasliingtou 


Hamlin 


Brown 


Hampden 
Hartford 


Cottee 


Madison 


Henryville 


Kiley 


Hiawatha 


Brown 


Highland 


Doniphan 


Holton 


Jackson 


Humboldt 


Allen 


Huron 


Atchison 


Hyatt 


Brown 


Indian Creek 


Linn 


Indiauola 


Shawnee 


lola 


Allen 


Iowa Point 


Doniphan 


Irving 


JMarshall 


Jackson 


Linn 


James' Crossin? 


Jacksou 


Janesville 


Greenville 


Jetterson Citv 


Jeflerson 


Junction City 


Davis 


Kanwaka ^ 


Douglas 


KawCity 


Jefferson 


Kennekuck 


Brown 


Kenton 


Davis 


KiekapooCitv 


Leavenworth 


Kiowa 


Peketon 


Lafayette 


Doniphan 


Lamb s Point 


Dickinson 


Lancaster 


Atchison 


Lane 


•l''ranklin 


Lauesborou-'h 


Marshall 


Lanesheld 


Johnson 


Lawrence 


Douglas 


Leavtnworf:iC:t 


•Laaveaworth 


Lecompton 


Douglas 


Leon 


Morris 


Le Kov 


ColTee 


Lincoln 


Nemaha 


Little Stra'^-r 


Leavenworth 


Locust Gro^e 


Atchison 


Lvons 
JfcKinney 


Lykins 


Douglas 


Madison 


Madison 


Manhattan 


Riley 
Wabaunsee 


Maple Hiil 


Mapletou 


Bourlon 


Marion 


■Muglas 


Jlarion Cenur 


Marion 


Marmaton 


P.ourbon 


Marysville 


Marshall 


Hiami VillM.- 


Lykins 



union 
oluuil 



Douglas 
Woodson 
Doniphan 



*ottav.*attomie ! 

Bourbon I 

Leavenworth ■ 

Johnson 

Doniphan' 



Middle Or 
Mill Creek 

'Mineral V 
Minneola 
Mission (Jr 
Jloneka 

I Monrovia 
Montioello 
Moore's Br 
Mound Oicv 
Mount Florence 
Mount Gilead 
Jlonnt Pleasant 
Mount Sterlini 
Mount Veinoa' 
Muddy Creek 



Cotinty . 

Nemaha 

Jackson 

Lykins 

Doniphan 

Marshall 

Linn 

Riley 

Franklin 

Johnston 

Jetlerson 

Nemaha 

Bourbon 

Lykins 

Jetterson 

Franklin 

Coffee 

Anders.in 

Jefferson 

Brown 

Doniphan 

Lykins 

Washington 

Atohiso 

Lin 

Atchiso 

Franklin 

Greenwood 

Leavenworth 

Nemaha 

Atchison 

Breckinridge 

Linn 

Brown 

Douglas 

Leavenworto 

Riley 

Franklm 

Brown 

iwortli 



Leai 






liphan 



.inch 



Post Office- 

:^ewchatel 
New Eureka 
New Lancaster 
Normanville 
Nottingham 
Oak wood 
Ogden 



Osage 

Osawatomie 

Oskaloosa 

Ottawa 

Ottumwa 

Ozark 

Ozawkia 

Padoria 

Palermo 

Paola 

Parallel 

Pardee 

Paris 

Pawnee 

Pawnee Fork 

Peoria 

Pleasant Grove 

Pleasant Ridge 

Pleasant Spring 

Plum Grove 

Plvmouth 

Potosi 

Powhattan 

Prairie City 

Quindaro 

Randolph 

Rantoul 

Reno 

Richardson 
Richland 
Ridge Farm 
Ridge way 
Robinson 
Rock Creek 
Rockford 
Rising Sun 
Rockville 



Sabutha 

Sac and Fox Agency 

Salina 

Saint George Potta 

Saint Mary's Mission 

Scipio ] 

Scotland 

Seneca 

Shawnee 

Shell Rock Falls 

Sheridan (changed 

Americas) 
Sherman 
Shields 
Silver Creek 
Sigel 
Six Mile Creek 

onion's City Saline 

Spencer Atchison 

Spring Dale Leavenworth 

Spring Hill Johnston 

Squiresvillo 
Stanton Lykins 

muer Atchison 

Tecuinseh Shawnee 

Toledo Breckinridge 

Tonganoxie Leavenworth 

Topeka Shawnee 

Towanda Otoe 

Troy Doniphan 

Turkev Creek Bourbon 

u Mound Douglas 

Bourbon Tyler's Brown 

Anderson I Ijnion Chaic 

Franklin Unnnda Brown 

^\ abau usee Verdigris Falls Greenwood 

Linn Vienna J'ottuiv.uioinii' 

Atchison Virgil Madison 

Johnston | Wabaunsee W,»iiauiisee 

JMarion, VVakarusa Douglas 

Linn Walker Brown 

Jefferson! Walnut Grove Doniphan 

AndersonI Walnut Hill Bourbon 



Poet Office. 

White Cloud 

Whitehead 

Williamsport 

Willow Springs 

Wilmington 

Winchester 

Wyandotta 

Wyoming 

Xenia 

Zeaudalc 



Douglas 

Wabaunsee 

Jefferson 



Kentucky. 



iklin 
Jefferson 
Nemaha 
Johnston 
Madison 
from 

Lvon 

Johnson 

Jefferson 

Chase 

Donglas 



Atchison 


Walton 




Bourbon 


W ashington 


W.,shi„,to'n 


Arapahoe 


Waterloo 


Breckiniidge 




Wathena 


Doniphan 




Waushara 




Coffee IWayeland 


Shawnee] 




Westmoreland 


Pottawutomie 



Post OJu-e. 

Aaron's Run 

Abbottsford 

Adairsville 

Adams' Mills 

Albany 

Alexandria 

Allendale 

Allenville 

Alma 

Alpha 

Amanda 

Antioeh 

Ashbysburg 

Ashland 

Aspen Grove 

Athens 

Atkinson 

Augusta 

Aurora 

Bacon Creek 

Bainbridgo 

Bald Eagle 

Bald Knob 

Ballardsville 

Barboursville 

Bark Camp Miili 

Bardstown 

Barksdale 

Barrick 

Baugh's Station 

Bear Creek 

Beard's Station 

Bear Wallow 

Beattyville 

Beaver Dam 

Beaver Lick 

Bedford 

Beech Fork 

Beechland 

Bee Lick 

Bee Spring 

Bell 

Belmont 

Belle Ombre 

Belle View 

Bell's Mines 

Bell's Trace 

Bennettsville 

Benson C. H. 

Benton 

Berlin 

Berry's Lick 

Berry's Station 

Bethel 

Bethlehem 

BewleyviUe 

Big Cl'ifty 

Big Hill 

Big Ready 

Big Rock 

Big Spring 

Birdsville 

Birmingham 

_.tter Water 

Blackford 

Black Lick 

Black Walnut 

P.laek Water 

Blandville C H. 

__i«eld 
Bloomingtnn 
Blue Lick Spring 
Bine Spring Gioi 
Bohan 
Bolton 
Boone 

Boone FHrnuee 
Booneville 

•dley 
Boston 

Boston Station 
Bowling Green 
Boyd's Station 
BradfordsviUe 
Brandauburg 



County. 

Montgomery 

Trimble 

Logan 

Pulaski 

Clinton 

Campbell 

Greene 

Todd 

Warren 

Clinton 

Greenup 

Washington 

Hopkins 

Boyd 

Pendleton 

Fayette 

Christian 

Bracken 

Marshall 

Hart 

Christian 

Bath 

Franklin 

Oldham 

-Knox 

Whitley 

Nelsoi 

Marshall 

Greene 

Losan 

Owsley 

Oldham 

Barren 

Owsley 

Ohio 

Boone 

Trimble 

VY'ashingtoa 

Lincoln 

Kdmonson 

Morgan 

Bullitt 

Ballard 

Christian 

Crittenden 

Carter 

Hancock 

Franklin 

Marshall 

Bracken 

Butler 

Harrison 

Bath 

Henry 

Breckenridge 

Grayson 

Madison 

Edmonson 

Harlan 

Brt'ckenrid);e 

Livingston 

Marshall 

Bullitt 

Uaneotk 

Logan 

Barren 

Morgan 

Ballard 

Nelson 

3Iaggoftin 

3 Nicholas 

•e Barren 

Mercer 

Lawrenee 

Booitc 

Carter 

Owslev 

Union 

NeUoQ 

PendleN.n 

Wan in 

Harrison 

Marion 

Mead 



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POST OFFICES — KENTUCKY, 



Post Office. 

BrasherTille 

Breckenridg^ 

Breedings 

Bremen 

Bridgeport 

Briensburg 

Brigg'3 Mills 

Bristow Station 

Broadwell 

Brook's Station 

Brookville 

Brownsborough 

Brownsville 

Bryantville 

Buckeye 

Buckhorn 

Bnenna Vista 

Bo ford 

Bullittsville 

Burlington 

Burnsvillc 

Bush's Store 

Butlersvillc 

Buzzard Koost 

Butler 

Cabin Creek 

Cadiz 

Cairo 

Calhoun 

California 

Callahan 

Callaway 

Camargo 

Camdenville 

Campbellsburg 

Campbellsville 

Camp Creek 



Countp. 

Perry 

Pike 

Adair 

Jluhleuburg 

Franklin 

Marshall 

Ohio 

Warren 

Harrison 

Bullitt 

Bracken 

Oldliam 



Ohio 

Harrison 

Ohio 



Lewis 

Trigg 

Henderson 

McLean 

Campbell 

Greenup 

Harlan 

Montgomery 

Anderson 

Henry 

Taylor 

Crittenden 

Cane'Spring Depot Bullitt 

Cane Valley 



Caney 

Caneyville 

Cannonsburg 

Canton 

Carlisle 

Carlow 

CarroUton 

CarrsviUe 

Carthage 

Casey Creek 

Casey vi He 

Cash's Knob 

<!assity's Mills 

Catalpa Grove 

Catawba 

Catlettsbnrg 

Cato 

Cave City 

Oayce's Station 

Caves 

Cedar Creek 

Cedar Springs 

Center 

Centerfleld 

Ccnterpoint 

Centcrville 

Coral vo 

Chapel Hill 

Chaplin 

Charleston 

Cherokee 

(iheshire's Store 

Chicago 

Christiansburg 

Christy's Fork 

Clarksbnrg 

Clay 

Claysville 

(May's VilUiio 

Clear Creek 

Clear Fork 

Clear Spring 

Cleaveland 

Clifton's Mills 

01 i fly 

<'linton 

Clintonvilla 

Clio 

Clovcrport 

Clyde 

(^ogar's Landing 

Cold Spring 

ColdWaUT 

Colcmansvilln 

Columhiii C. II. 

Columbui 

Concord 

(!onnBr«villo 

Oonaolatinn 

Conatanco 



Morgan 

Grayson 

Greenup 

Trigg 

Nicholas 

Hopkins 

Carroll 

Livingston 

Campbell 

Adair 

Union 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Greene 

Pendleton 

Boyd 

Pulask' 

Barren 

Ful 

Car 

Jefferson 

AUe 

Sletcalfe 

Oldham 

Monroe 

Bourbon 

Ohio 

Allen 

Nelson 

Hopkins 

Lawrence 

Anderson 

Marion 

Shelby 

Morgan 

Lewis 

Union 

Harrison 

Shelby 

Knox 

Whitley 

O raves 

Fayette 

Ilrcckenridgo 

Todd 

Hickman 

Bourbon 

W»; 

Breckcnridgo 

Hopkins 

JessamI 

Campbell 

Callaway 

Harrison 

Adair 

Hickman 

Lewis 

Harrison 

Shelby 

Bonnu 

Ohio 



Post Office. 

Oornett's Mills 

Cornishville 

Corydon 

" on Wood 

Covington 

Crab Orchard 

Creelsburg 

Crittenden 

Crittenden Spring: 

Cromwell 

Cropper's Depot 

Cross Plains 

Crow's Pond 

Cuba 

Cumber.and Ford 

Curdsville 

Curry's Run 

Cutshin 

Cynthiana 

Cypress 

Dabney 

Dale 

Dallman's Creek 

Dallas 

Danville 

DavsYille 

Delaware 

Demossville 

Deposit 

Depot 

Devil's Creek 

Dixon C. H. 

Donaldson 

Doughty '3 Creek 

Dover 

DowningsviUe 

Dry Ridge 

Dublin 

Dueker's 

Dunaway's 

Duncan 

Dycusburg 

Eagle Hill 

F^arle's 

East Fork 

Eddyville 

Edmonton 

Edmundsville 

Elizabethtowr 

ElizaviUe 

Elk Creek 

Elk Spring 

F,lktonC. U. 

Eliston 



Post 



County, 

Letcher ' Franklinton 
Mercer ; Fredericktowr 
Henderson i Freedom 
Christian j Fredonia 
Kenton [Friendship 
Lincoln Frozen Creek 
Fruit Hill 
Fulton Statioi 
Gainesville 



Count!/. 

Henry 

Washington 

Case^ 

Caldwell 

Harlin 

Breathitt 



Russell 

Grant 

Crittenden 

Ohio 

Shelby 

Barren 

Daviess 

Graves 

Knox 

Daviess 

H 



Empire Iron Work 

Escipion 

Estel Furnace 

Exchange 

Fair Dealing 

Fairfield 

Fairvicw 

Falls of Blain 

Falls of Harrod 

Falls of Rough 

Falmouth 

Fancy Farm 

Farm Dale 

Farmer's 

Farmersville 

Farmington 

Feliciana 

Ferguson's Stall 

Fern Creek 

Fern Leaf 

Felixville 

Finchville 

Fishcrville 

Flat Creek 

Flagg Siiring 

Flat Lick 

Flat Rock 

Flat Woods 

Flcmingsburg 

Florence 
Flower Crf . k 
Floydshurg 
Ford's Kerry 
Fordsvillo 
Forest Retr'nt 
Forks of Klkhor 
Fort Jefferson 
FoHler 

Fountain Run 
Fowlcr'a Cnek 
Frankfort 
Franklin 
Franklin H Ko- 



. Isluntl 



Jferry 
Harrisoi 
Union 
Pulaski 
Campbell 
Logan 
Pulaski 
Boyle 
Todd 
Daviess 
Pendleton 
Jefterson 
Graves 
Wolf 
Webster 
Trigg 
Warren 
Mason 
Grant 
Grant 
Graves 
Woodford 
Clark 
Mercer 
Crittenden 
Owen 
Muhlenburg 
Metcall 
Lyon 
Motcalf 
Barren 
Hardin 
Fleming 
Spencer 
Warren 
Todd 
Madison 
Muhlenburg 
Ballard 
Henry 
3 Trigg 

Lngau 
Estill 
McCracken 
Marshall 
Nelson 
Todd 
Lawrence 
Jefterson 
Grayson 
Pendleton 
Graves 
Farmer 
Rowan 
Caldwell 
Graves 

Logan 

Jefferson 

Mason 

Greene 

Shelby 

Jefferson 

Clay 

Campbell 

Bourbon 

Marshall 

Fleming 

Monroe 

Mead 

Uoono 

Pendleton 

Oldham 

Crittenden 

Ohio 

Nicholas 

FrankI 



Gal way 
Gardnersviile 
GarnettsviUe 
Garrettsburg 
Garrett 

Garriot's Landing 
Geneva 
George's Creek 

rgetown 
German town 

s' Mills 
Ghent 
Glasgow 
Glenn Brook 

I's Fork 
Glencoe 
Glendale 
Olenville 
Golden Pond 
Goochland 
Good's Precinct 
Gordonville 
Goshen 
Gouge's 
GradyviUe 
Graefeuburg 
Grant's Lick 
Grassy Creek 
Gratz 

Gray Hawk 
Grayson 

Graysou Springs 
Graysville 
Great Crossinga 
Green Castle 
Green Grove 
Green Hall 
Green River 
Greensburg 
Greenup C. H. 
Greenville 
Grundy 
Gum Grove 
Hadensville 
Hadley 



Christia 
Fulto 
Alle 
Simpson 
Pendleton 
Mead 
Christian 
Meade 
Trimble 
Henderson 
Lawrence 

Mason 

Bath 

Carroll 

Barren 

Hart 

Adair 

Gallatin 

Hardin 

McLean 

Trigg 

Madisou 

Clark 

Logan 

Oldham 

Grant 

Adair 

Shelby 

Campbell 

Morgan 

Owen 

Jackson 

Carter 

G rayson 



ague 



Hi 

Hamilton 

Hamilton's Store 

Hammonville 

Hampton's Mills 

Hanly 

Hardensburg P. 

Harlan 

Hardscrable 

Harmony 

Harrisonville 

Uarrodsburg 



sldvillo 



Hartford 

Haskinsville 

Havilandsvi 



illc 



Hays' Spring 

Huysville 

Hazard 

Hazio Green 

Hazlowood 

Head Qarterj 

HebbardsvilU 

Heariu's Store 

Hebron 

Helena 

Henderson C. H. 

Henry's >^ Ruad, 

Henrysvillo 

Hickman 

Hickory Flat 

Hickory Grove 

Hico 

High Grove 

Highland 

Hillaboro' 

Hilton 

Mines' Milli 

llodgenaTille 

Ballard jllonil's Fork 
Bracken Hood'a Run 

Monroe I Hapkinaville 

Kenton Horao Shoo Bott< 
Franklin I Horaowoll 
Simpaon lloward'a Mills 

Hardin Horse Cava 



Greenup 

luhlenburj 

Pulaak 

Unioi 

Todd 

Wai 

Logan 

Hopkins 

Boon. 

Pik 

Hart 

Morgan 

Jessamin 

eckenridg 

Harlan 

Grant 

Owen 

Shelby 

Merco 

Butle 

Ohio 

Greene 

Harrison 

Hancock 

Jefferson 

Marion 

Perry 

Wolle 

Ballard 



Henderson 

Todd 

Loian 

Fulton 

Simpaon 

Graves 

Callaway 

Nelson 

Bath 

Fleming 

>lonroo 

Ohio 

La Ruo 

Johnson 

tireenup 

Chriatian 

Riiaaell 

Barron 

■Jinlyoniary 



Post Office. Count 

Houston Bou 

Howell's Springs Ha 

Howe's Valley 
Hudsonville Breckeni 

Hu3tinvill« Liii 

Hutchison's Bou 

Independence Ke 

j Indian Bottom 
Indian Spring 
'rvine 
rvinsville 
Jackton 
Jamestown 
Jeftersontown 
Jericho 
Jessamine 
Jesse's Store 
Joe's Lick 
Johnson's Forks 
Kane 
Kansas 
Keene 
Kenton 
Kentontown 
Keysburg 
Kiddvillo 
Kingston 
Kinniconick 
Kirksville 
Knottsville 
Knoxville 
Lacona 
La Fayette 
La Fontaine 
La Grange C.H. 
Lair's Station 
Lancaster C.H. 
Latonia Springs 
Laura Furnace 
Laurel 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 



Lockpori 
Lockwood 
Locust Grove 
Locust Mills 
Logan's Mills 
Logansport 
London 
Long Run 
Long View 
Lowville 
Lorclto 
Lost Creek 
Lost Run 
Lot 
Louisa 
Louisville 
Lovelacoville 
Lowell 
Lone Station 
Lusby's Mills 

Lynn Camp 

McDanul'sSt.. 

McKon: 

McAfee 

McGeo 

McLean's Retreat 

Macodoni» 

Mnokvillo ' 

Madiaonvillo 

Magnolia 

Mammoth Care 

Manohc.iter 

Mannaville 

Man ton 

MorbleCreck 

Marino 

Marion 

Marrowbon") 

Marah Crock 

Marihall-f 



Mill 



POST OFFICES LOUISIANA. 



21 



Post Office. County. 



Martinshuri 
MagonviUe 
Massac k 
Mauldin 
May field 



Monroe 

Daviess 

McCracken 

Jackson 



May's Lick Mason 
Maysville 

Meadow Creek Whitley 

Meadville Mead 

Melvin Ballard 

Menolos Madison 

Middleburg Casey 

Middle Fork Jackson 

Middletowu Jefl'erson 

Midview Henry 

Midway Woodford 

Mil burn Ballard 

Mil ford Bracken 
Military Institute Franklin 

Mills Christian 

Milledgeville Lincoln 

Millersburg Bourbon 

Millerstown Grayson 

Millersville Russell 

Mill Grove Madison 

Mill Spring Wayne 

Milton Trimble 

Milltown Adair 
Mason 



Millwood 
MuuTva 

Mintonvil'e Casey 
Mifch-Usburg Boyle 
Model Mills Muhlenburg 
Monroe Hart 
Monterey Owen 
Montgomery Trigg 
Mont.c.dlo Wayne 
Moorolicld Nicholas 
MorehtadC. H. Rowan 
Moreland Bourbon 
Monan Pen-Heton 
Morganfield Union 
Morg.miown Botler 
Moruing View Kenton 
Mortonsville Woodford 
Jfoscow ' Hickman 
Motier Pendleton 
Mount Aerial Allen 
Mount Carmel Fleming 
Mount Eden Spencer 
Mount Freedom Jessamine 
Mount Gilead Mason 
Mount Ida Jlontgomery 
Mount Olivet Bracken 
Mount Savage Carter 
Mount Sterling Montgomery 
Mount Vernon Rock 
Mount Washington Bullitt 
Jlount Zion Perry 
Mud Lick Monroe 
Munfordville Hart 
Mundav's Landing Woodford 
Murray Callaway 
Murphysville Mason 
Napoleon Gallatin 
Neatsville Adair 
Nebo Hopkins- 
Nelson Furnace Nelson 
Nevida Mercer 
Newberry Wayne 
New Castle Henry 
New Columbus Owen 
New C.mcord Callaway 
Nesv Haven Nelson 
New Hope 

New Liberty Owen 

New Market Marion 

Newport Campbell 

New Roe Allen 

Newstead Christian 

NewWoodburn Warren 

New Texas Hickman 

N.-M-town Seott 

Niebi.lasviUe Jessamine 

N.ibnb Barren 

Noleu Hardin 

Northciitt's Store Boone 

North Fork Mason 

North Hill Wayne 
North Middletown Bourbon 

Oakford Daviess 

Oak Grove Christian 

Oakland Mills Nicholas 

Ojkl.in.l Station Warren 

Oak Woods Fleming 

O'P.aunon Jefferson 

Od.lv ille Harrison 

Oldhimburg Oldham 

Old Town Greenup 

Olive Hill Carter 

Olive Marshall 

Olympian Springs Bath 



County. 

Mason 

Daviess 

Owen 

Bath 

Scott 

Metcalfe 

McCracken 

Barren 

Garrard 

Johnson 

Marshall 

Muhlenburg 



Poft Office. 

Orangeburg 

Owensboro' 

Owenton 

OwingsviUe 

Oxford 

Pace's 

Padueah 

Pageville 

Paint Lick 

PaintsviUe 

Palma 

Paradise 

Paris 

Park 

Parksville 

Parmleysvillc 

Payne's Depot 

Peach Orchard 

Peeled Oak 

Pekin 

Pembroke 

Perryville 

Petersburg 

Pewee Valley 

Piketou 

Pilot Knob 

Pine Bluff 

Pine Grove 

Pitt's Point 

Planter's Hall 

Pleasant Grove 

Pleasant Grove 

Pleasant Hill 

Pleasant Home Owen 

Pleasant Point Daviess 

Pleasant Ridge 

Pleasant Vale Todd 

PleasantValleyMills Nicholas 

Pleasant View Todd 

Pleasureville Henry 

Plummer'sMill Fleming 

Point Curve Graves 

Poll. t Pleasant Ohio 

Polkville Warren 

Pollard's Tan Yard Caldwell 

Pond River Mills Muhlenburg 



rbon 
Barren 
Boyle 
Wayne 

Lawrence 

Bath 

Jessamine 

Christian 

Boyle 

Boone 

Olham 

Pike 

Todd 

Callaway 

Clark 

Bullitt 

Breckinridge 

Ohio 

Mills Fleming 

Mercer 



Poole's Mills 

Poor Fork 

Poplar Flat 

Poplar Grove 

Poplar Hill 

Poplar Neck 

Poplar Plains 

Portland 

Port Royal 

Pott's Mills 

Powersville 

Prestonburg 

Prestonville 

Prewitt's Knob 

Princeton 

Proctor 

Prosperity 

Providence 

Pryorsburg 

Quality Valley 

Quiny 

Rabbittsville 

Radford 

Raleigh 

Randolph 

Raven Creek 

Raywick 

Readyville 



Henderson 

Harlan 

Lewis 

Owen 

Casey 

Nelson 

Fleming 

Jefferson 

Henry 

Jessamine 

Bracken 

Floyd 

Carroll 

Barren 

Caldwell 

Owsley 

Lawrence 

Hopkins 

Graves 



Butler 
Lewis 
Logan 
Callaway 
Union 
Metcalf 
Harrison 
Marion 
Butler 
Hardin 
Red River Iron Works Estil] 



Relief 

Richland 

Riohlieu 

Richmond 

Rich Pond Grove 

Richmond 

Riffe's i^ Roads 

Rio 

River View 

Roaring Spring 

Robe ■ " 



Morgan 

Butlr-r 

Logan 

Madison 

Warren 

Boone 

Lawrence 

Hart 

Jefferson 

Trigg 

's Station Harrison 



Roberson 

Robinson's Creek 

Rochester 

Rock Bridge 

Rock Castle 

Rock Dale 

Rock Haven 

Rockhold's 

Rockhouse 

Rockland Mills 

Rock Lick 

Rock Point 

Kooky Hill 

Rocky Hill Station Edmonson 

Bogersvillo Madisou 



Bre 



Hardi 

Pikfc 

Butler 

Monroe 

Trig? 

OWCL 

Mead 

Whitlev 

Bath 

Barren 

kenridge 

Henry 

Barren 



Post Office. 

Rolling Fork 

Rose Hill 
Roseville 
Ross' Ferrv 
Rough and" Ready 
Round Stone 
Rowena 

Rowlett's Depot 
Royalton 
Ruckersville 
Ruddle's Mills 
Rumsey 
Russell's Si 



iUvil 



lugs 



Salina 

Saloma 

Salt Lick 

Salvisa 

Samuel's Depot 

Sandifer's Store 

Santa Fe 

Saratoga 

Sardis 

Savern 

Scaffold Cane 

Scottsville 

Seventy six 

Sexton's Creek 

Shady Grove 

Sharpsburg 

Shawnan 

Shelbyville 

Shepherdsville 

Sherburn Mills 

Shiloh 

Short Creek 

Shortsville 

Side View 

Simpsonville 

Slack 

Slaughtersville 

Sligo 

Smileytown 

Smithfield 

Smithland 

Smith's Grove 

Smith's Mills 

Snow Hill 

Social Hill 

Somerset 

Sonora 



Todd 

Laurel 

Barren 

Livingston 

Anderson 

Rock Castle 

Russell 

Hart 

Russell 

Clark 

Bourbon 

McLane 

Russell 

Logan 

Harrison 

Marion 

Jefferson 

Livingston 

Jefferson 

Taylor 

LalJue 

Mercer 

Nelson 

Carroll 

Bracken 

Lyon 

Mason 

Owen 

Rock Castle 

Allen 

Clinton 

Clay 

Crittenden 

Bath 

Bourbon 

Shelby 

Bullitt 

Fleming 

Callaway 

Grayson 

Bullitt 

Montgomery 

Shelby 

Mason 

Webster 

Henry 

Spencer 

Henry 

Livingston 

Warren 

Henderson 

Callaway 

McLean 

Pulaski 

Hardin 



South CarroUton Muhlnburg 



South Fork 

South Union 

Southville 

Sparta 

Speedwell 

Spottsville 

Spring Bank 

Springfield 

Springport 

Spring Station 

Spenee Grove 

Stamperton 

Stamping Ground 

Stanford 

Stanton 

Stapleton 

Star Furnace 

Stateley's Run 

State Line 

Stephensburg 

Stephensport 

Still Water 

Stoner 

Stony Point 

Sugar Creek 

Sugar Grove 



Owsle 

Logan 

Shelby 

Owen 

Madison 

Henderson 

Franklin 

Washington 

Henry 

Woodford 



Owsl 



Scott 
Lincoln 
Powell 

Mead 
Carter 



ugai 



Pla 



Sulphur Lick 

Sulphur Springs 

Sulphur Well 

Summerville 

Sunfish 

Swiftsvillo 

Symsonia 

Taylorsville 

Temperance Hill 

Temperance MouB 

Texas 

Thompsonville 

Three Forks 

Three Prong 

Three ^ ' 

Tibbatt'i 

Til 

Tippecanoe 



i Springs 
,tt's X Ro 



Fulton 

Hardin 

Breckenridge 

Wolf 

Clark 

Bourbon 

Gallatin 

Butler 

Metcalfe 

Monro I 

Muhlenburg 

Jessamin^ 

Greene 

Edmonson 

Wolf 

Graves 

Warren 

t Simpson 

Washington 

Pulaski 

Barren 

Greenup 

Harp 



oMc 



County. 



Lewis 



Tolesborough 

Tompkinsville raonroe 

Tracy Barren 

Traveler's Rest Owsley 

Trenton Todd 

Troy Woodford 

Truittsville Greenup 

Turkey Foot Scott 

Union Boone 
Union Star Breckenridge 

Uniontown Union 

Upper Tygart Carter 

Uptonville La Rue 

Vanceburg Lewis 

Vandenburg Hopkins 

Van Dyke's Mill Spencer 

Versailles AVoodford 

Vienna Clark 

Vine Grove Hardin 

Viola Station Graves 

Visalia Kenton 

Volney Station Logan 

Wades boro' Marshall 

Wallonia Trigg 

Walnut Flat Lincoln 

Walnut Hill Fayette 

Walnut Valley Clark 

Walton Boone 

Warfield Lawren e 

Warsaw Gallatin 

Washington Mason 

Watcrford Spencer 

Waterloo Pulaski 

Watson's Marshall 

Waynesboro' Lincoln 

Weaverton Wayne 
Webster Breckenridge 

Wesley Hickman 

Weston Nicholas 

Westouburg Crittenden 

West Liberty Morgan 

West Point Hardin 

Westport Oldham 

Whippoorwill Laurel 

White HaU Madison 

White Lilly Laurel 

White Oak Hill Fleming 

Whitesburg Letcher 

White Sulphur Scott 

Whitesville Daviess 

Whitley C. II. Whitlev 

Wickliffo Nelson 

Wild Cat Whitley 

Williams Christian 

Williamstown _ Grant 

reek Groves 

Wilsonville Spencer 

Winchester Clark 

Winona Trimble 

Wise's Mili Henderson 

WithesviUe Caldwell 

Woodbine Whitley 

Woodbury Batler 

Woodlawn Morgan 

Woodsonville Hart 

Woodstock Pulaski 

Woodville Ballard 
Woolridge's Store Christian 

Worthville Carroll 

Wightsville Pulaski 

Wyoming Bath 

Yellow Creek Knox 

Yelvingtou Daviess 
Zion 



Hender 



Louisiana. 



Post Office. 


Parish. 


Abbville 


Vermillion 


Adaies 


Natchitoches 


Adams 


Caddo 


Aimwell 


Catahoula 


Albany 


Caddo 


Alexandria 


Rapides 


Albemarle 


Assumption 
Orleans 


Algiers 


Alligator 


St. Mary's 


Allen's Settlement Claiborne 


Alpha 


Caldwell 


Amite City 


St. Helena 


Anacoca 


Sabine 


Arcadia 


Bienville 


Argus 


Claiborne 


Arnaudville 


St. Landry 


Ashton 


Carroll 


Ashwood 


Xeusa, 



22 



POST OFFICES iMAINE. 



Assumption Assumption 
Atchatalaj-a St. Landry- 
Athens Claiborne 
Aii!rU3ta 

Bailey's Mill Washington 

Baliie Plaquemine 

Uallew's Ferry St. Landry 

Hastrop Jlorehouse 
UutonRouK E. Baton Kouge 

Bayou Barbary Livingston 

Bayou Boeuf St. Landry 
Bayou Chicot 

Bayou Chene St. Martin's 

Bayou La Chute Caddo 

Bayou Goula Iberville 
Hayou Tunica West Feliciana 

Bear Creek Rapides 

Bocliworth Calcasieu 

Bell River Assumption 

Bellevue Bossier 

Bethany Caddo 

Bie",»enuc St. Bernard 



iklin 

iklin 
Fren 
Funnv Louis 
(rood \Vater 
Gordon 
Grand Cane 
Grand Cheniei 
Grand Coteau 
Grand Ecore 
Grand Point 
Grand Prairie 
Green's Creek 
Greensburg 



Livineston 

Winn 

St. Mary's 

Avoyelles 

St. Landry 

Rapides 

; Concordia 



Benton's Ferr 

Berlraiid Prai: 

Berwick 

Big Bend 

Big Cane 

Big Creek 

Black Hawk F 

Black Jack De Soto 

Black Walnut St. Helena 

Bonner Jackson 

Bonnet Carre St. John Baptist 

Bossier Point Bossier 

Boeufl' Prairie Franklin 

Brashear St. Mary's 

Breaux'.') Bridge St. JIartin's 

Brookline Jackson 

Buckcoo Winn 

Bruly Landing 

West Baton Rouge 
Bush Valley Bienville 

Buck Horn 

BurrasSettlement Plaquemine 
Burr's Ferry " ' ' 



Caledonia 
Campti 
Cane Ridge 
Cantrelltt 
Oarrollton 
Oasto Springs 

Centrefleld 



Carroll 
Natchitoches 
Claiborni 
St. Jame 
Jeft'ersoi 
Catahouli 
Caldwel 

St. Mary' 

Unioi 

Rapide 

St. Martin' 

Assumption 

East Feliciana 

Nate 

Livington 
Bos. 

Caldwell 
Sabine 
St. Jam^ 



Coelk 

Oollinsburg 

Colquitt 

Columbia 

Columbus 

Convent 

Coushatte Chute Natchitoches 

Copenhagen 

Coteo Geleo 

Cotile 

Cotton Valley 

Covington 

Crane's Forge 

Cypress Point 

Darlington 

Davidson 

Delhi 

Dennis* Mills 

Dillon«viIlo 

Donaldsonvillo 

Dorchunt 

Douglass 

Downsvillo 

Dunbnrton 

K'enoier 

Kdgard S 

Knterpriso 

Kvergreen 



Vermillion 

St. Landry 

Natchitoches 

St. James 

Plaquemine 

Catahoula 

St. Helena 

igs 

t Baton Rouge 

Caddo 

Claiborne 

St. Landrv 

Wachita 

Catahoula 

De Soto 

Claiborne 

Catahoula 

Hermitage West Baton Rouge 



Greenwood 

Griftin 

(iuin Springs 

Hamilton 

Harrisonburg 

Hart's Blutt 

HnynesviUe 

Hemp's Creek 



Hickory Flat 

Hineston 

Hog Branch 

Holmesville 

Hollywood 

Homer 

Houma 

Hourna 

Huddleston 



Iud« 



pen II 



Bossier 

St. Tammany 

Assumption 

Point Coupee 

East Feliciana 

Washington 

Carroll 

St. Helena 

Sabine 

Ascension 

Claiborne 

Jack.ion 

Union 

St. Lan irv 



Indian Village 

Iverson 

Jatt 

Jackson 

JeB'erson 

Jeaneretts 

Jesuits' Bend 

Joe's Bayou 

Jones' Ferry 

Justice 

Keatchic 

Kemp's Mills 

Kenner 

Kingston 

Kirk's Ferry 

Kisatchee 

Knox Point 

Kyishe 

Lafayette City 

Lake Arthur 

Lake Charles 

Lake Providenc 

Lamothe 

Lanark 

Lawrence 

La Place 

Laurel Hill 

Lecomptc 

Leonville 

Liberty Creek 

Lima 

Lind Grove 

Line 

Lindville 

Lisbon 

Livonia 



Calcasie 

Rapides 

St. Helena 

Avoyelles 

Claiborne 

Terre Bonne 

Torre Bonne 

Rapides 

Livingston 

Wachita 

Bforehou 

Bienville 

Rapides 

East Feliciana 

Jefferson 

St. Mary'i 

Plaquemin( 

Carrol 

Morehouse 

Sabine 

De Soto 

St.H 

Jefferson 

De Soto 

Tensas 

Natchitoches 

Bossier 

Winn 

Lafayette 

Calcasieu 

Carroll 



Post Office. 

Monticello 
Moorings port 
Moreau\ille 
Morgan! ia 
Mound Bayou 
Mount Lebanon 
Mount Pleasant 
Mount Olive 
Mud Branch 
Nashborough 
Natchitoches 
Negreet 
New Carthage 
New Iberia 
New Orleans 
New River 
Oak Bluffs 
Oak Grove 
Onklev 
Oakland 
Opelousas 
Old Field 
Omega 
O'Rourke's 
Orchard Grove 
Ouachita Citv 
Paincourtville 
Palestine 
Parkersville 
Pattersonsville 
Pecan Grove 
Perry's Bridge 
Pine'KidL'e 
Pipcsville 
Pliin'sStore E 
I'lainviUe 
Plankville 
Plantersville 
Plaquemine Ibervil 

•PlaquemineBruIee St.Landi 
Pleasant Grove De So 

Pleasant Hill 

Ponchatoula Livingstt 

Point Coupee Point Coup^ 
Point a la Hache Plaquemii 
Point Jefferson Morehouse 

Point Michael 
Port Hudson 



Varish. 

Carroll 

Caddo 

Avoyelles 

Point Coupee 

Beinrille 

Caldwell 

Union 

Beinville 

Sabine 

Natchitoches 

Sabine 

Madison 

St. Martin's 

Orlciins 

Ascension 

Carioll 

Carroll 

Franklin 

Ja.st Feliciana 

St. Landry 

Livingston 

Madisou 

St. Tammany 

Bossier 

Union 

Assumption 

Wa.shington 

St. Tammany 

St. Mary''s 

Carroll 

Vermillion 



Win I 

Tnioi 

stBatonRougi 

Bossiei 

Jackson 

Moreh 



rillmore 
FinlRV's 
Kint f.iek 
Flowery Mound 
Floyd 

Ford's Crook 
Forest Grove 
KnrkiTlIU 
Fort Ji-SKiip 
Fort Plku 



Logansport 
Loggy Bayoi 
Long Street 
Long Lake 



Rapides 



Claiborne 
int Coupee 
Ascension 



West Baton Rouge 

Do Solo 

Bienville 

De Soto 

Caldwell 



it Rapide 

,illo St. Tamnian 
icons" Landing 

St. Charles 
.Springs 



Marlhavillc 
Mnrksvillo 
Mermcnton 



Orleans 1 Montgomery 



Baton Rouge 



. Landry 
Maiiu!ln 



PouppeviUe 
Prairie Mer R 
I'revost 
Prospect Hill 
Quay 
Quebec 
Raceland 
Red Bluff 
Red Mouth 
Red River Landing 
P( 
Richmond 
Ringgold 
Roberts 
Roberts' Mill 
Rooky Mount 
Rose((nle 
Rose Hill 
S 



riaque 
East Feliciana 

St. Land 
jgc Mi 



W.i 

?t. H 
CI ai home 

Jlttd 
Lafourche 
D 
Franklin 

int Conpei 
Madisoi 
Bienvill 

Wasbingtoi 

St. Helen: 

liossie: 

Ib.rvilb 

Claiborni 



Post Office. 
Thibodeaux 

Tipton 

Tone's Bavo 

fooley's ■ 

Tore 

Treuton 
lity 

Tureaud 

Union J< Roads 
heric Roads 
nilliouTiUe 

Vernon 

Vienna 

Villa Platte 
sta Ridge 

Wallace Lak^ 

Walnut Creek 



Par,!:h. 

Lafourche 

Terre Bonne 

Morehouse 

Caddo 

Concordia 

aabin 

Wachit 

Catahoul: 

isien 



Asc 



Ui 

St. Ja 
Lafay 
Jackson 



Bienville 
Frankli 

t. Landry 

int Cou 
Tensas 
Calca 



Washington 

Waterloo 

Water Proof 

West Fork 

White Iloi.mas Ascension 

White Sulphur Sprinu-s 

Catakoula 

Winn 

Point Coupe* 



Wheeling 

Willianisport 

W infield 

Winsborough 

WiseviUe 

Woodland 



Frankli: 



Yellow Bluff 



Maine. 



Post OJ.ce. 



ilLige 



Abbott 

Abbott 

Acton 

Addison Point 

Albany 

Albion 

Alexander 



Alton ViHae.9 



Piscataq 

Piscataquis 

York 

Washington 



Penobs 
Penobscot 
Lincolu 
Aroo.stook 

Hancock 

Aroostook 

Oxford 

Somerset 
Penobscot 
Aro..,UH.k 



Charles Court Hi 

St. Charles 
t.Francisville WcstFelieiana 



St. Gabriel 
St, Joseph 
St. Martinsville 
St. Maurice 
San Patrice 
Saline 
Salt Spring 
Scottsville 
Sentell's Store 
Shady Grove 



Sicily Island 
Simmsport 
South lli-nd 
Southwest Pass 



Iberville 

T.ns.u 

Martin's 



Avoy. 



Bancroft 
Baring 
Bar Mills 
Barnard 
Bath 

Bcddington 
Belfast 
Belgrade 
Belgraile Mills 
' r.hr...nt 



Washington ^ 

York I 

PiscntHqiiis ; 

Saifadahoo 

Washington 

Waldo 

Kcnnebco 



arta 



Plaquenii 
Bicnvi 
Uni 
Rapi.l 

''* C?.l 



Store 
Spring Creek 
Springli.ld 
Spring Ridge 
Slar Aiiumpton 

Stony Point Kut Baton Rouic 
Stubbs' Mills 
Sugar Creek 
Sngartown 



W».<hingtMn 

Claiborne 

Calcasieu 

I. Tnmmanv 

Oad.lo 

St. Helena 

St. Charles 

LivingaUin 

'oint Coupee 



Rlanchard 


ri.se«l«qu*» 


Bloomfleld 


Somerset 


Blue Hill 


llaueock 


Blue Hill Falls 


llaneoek 


Bolster's Mills 


Cumberland 


Bonny Kaglo 


York 


Booth Bay 


I.iii. f.ln 


Bowdoin 




Bnwdoin Ci-nter 


S:. 



Bowdoinham 

Bower Bank 

Bradford 

Brewer 

Brewer Villngo 

Itridgcton 

Bridgewatcr 

Brighton 

Bristol 



POST OFFICES — MAINE. 



23 



Post Ofio 
Brockway'j Mills Piscat'vqui 



Brooklin 


Hancock 


Brooks 


Waldo 


Brooksville 


Hancock 


Browntield 


Oxford 


Brown's Corner 


Kennebec 


Brownsville 


Piscataquis 


Brunswick 


Cumberland 


Bryant's Pond 


Oxford 


Bucktiel.l 


Oxford 


Back's Mills 


Hancock 


Bucks port 


Hancock 


Bucksport Center Hancock 


Burlington 


Penobscot 


Burnbam Village Waldo 


Buxton 


York 


Buxton Center 


York 


Byron 


Oxford 


;jalais 


Washington 


Oambridge 


Somerset 


CJamden 


Knox 


[Janaan 

Cianton 


Somerset 


Oxford 


3ant .n Mills 


Oxford 


Jape Elizabeth Depot 




Cumberland 


Jape Neddick 


York 


Jarib ,u 


Aroostook 


!armel 


Penobscot 


Jarrull 


Penobscot 


Jarritunk 


Somerset 


Jarver'a Harbor 


Waldo 


!aseo 


Cumberland 


Jastiue 


Hancock 


Ustle Hill 


Aroostook 


)onter Guilford 


Piscataquis 
York 


'enter Lebanon 


lenterLincolnvi 


Ue Waldo 


ienter Lovell 


Oxford 




Waldo 




Kennebec 


Jharlestown 


Penobscot 


!harlotte 


Washington 


Chester 


Penobscot 


Jhesterville 


Franklin 


Jhina 


Kennebec 


Jlinton 


Kennebec 


lolumbia 


Washington 


Joncord 


Somerset 


Jouway 


Aroostook 


Jooper 


Washington 


!ooper Mills 


Lincoln 


;orrnna 


Penobscot 


Jorinna Center 


Penobscot 


Sorinth 


Penobscot 


lornish 


York 


Jornville 


Somerset 


Jranberry Isles 
Jrawford 


Hancock 


Washington 


Jumberland 


Cumberland 


(umherlaud Center 


•;ot'?f.u 


Lincoln 


Kennebec 


lurtis' Corner 


Kennebec 


iutter 


Washington 


Jamariscotta Mills Lincoln 


)anville 


Androscoggin 


•ehlois 


Washington 


»ead River 


Somerset 


lediiam 


Hancock 


>«r Isle 


Hancock 


enmark 
ennysville 


Oxford 


Washington 


) troit 


Somerset 


>exter 


Penobscot 


iviijo 


Kennebec 


ixfield 


Oxford 


ixtield Center 


Oxford 


>ixinont 


Penobscot 


Pixmont Center 


Penobscot 




Piscataquis 


lover South Mills Piscataquis 


iresden 


Lincoln 


U-es.i n Mills 


Lincoln 


irv Hills 


Cumberl .nd 


(uVbam 


Androscoirgin 


ast Auburn 


Cumberland 


ast Baldwin 


Cumberland 


»st Benton 


Kennebec 


ast Bethel 


Oxf,>rd 


astBowdoinhara Sajadahoc 


list Bradford 


Penobscot 


ast Back port 


Hancock 


a.3t Corinth 


Penobscot 


ast Dixfleld 


Oxford 


ast Dixniont 


Penobscot 


ast Dover 


Piscataquis 


i3t Eddingtou 


Penobscot 


ast Kden 


Hancock 


ast Exeter 


Penobscot 


ut Fryehurg 


Oxford 


list Hampden 


Penobscot 



Pust Offic 



unty. 



East Hebron Oxford 

East Holden Penobscot 

East Knox Waldo 

East Limington York 
East Livermore Androscoggin 

East Lowell Penobscot 

East Machias Washington 

East Madison Somerset 

East Monmouth Kennebec 

East Montville Waldo 

Bast Newport Penobscot 
East New Portland Somerset 

East New Sharon Franklin 
East Nevr Vineyard Franklin 

East Northport Waldo 

B. N. Yarmouth Cumberland 

East Orringtou Penobscot 

East Otisfield Cumberland 

East Palermo Waldo 

East Parsonfield York 

East Pittston Kennebec 
East Poland Androscoggin 

Eastport Washington 

East Raymond Cumberland 

East Readfield Kennebec 

East Rumford Oxford 

East SangerviUe Piscataquis 

East Stoneham Oxford 

Easton Aroostook 

East Strong Franklin 

East Sullivan Hancock 

East Sumner Oxford 

East Thorndike Waldo 

East Trenton Hancock 
East Turner Androscoggin 
East Vassalborough Kennebec 
East Wales Androscogsin 

East Wilton Franklin 

East Windham Cumberland 

Bast Winthrop Kennebec 

Eden Hancock 

Edinburgh Penobscot 

Eddington Penobscot 

Edes' Falls Cumberland 

Edgecomb Lincoln 

Elfiot York 

Elliottsville Piscataquis 

Elliot Depot York 
EUingwood's Corner Waldo 

Ellsworth Hancock 

Ellsworth Falls Hancock 

Erabden Somerset 

Embden Center Somerset 

Emery's Mills York 

Enfield Penobscot 

Etna Penobscot 

Etna Center Penobscot 

Exeter Penobscot 

Exeter Mills Penobscot 

Fairfield Somerset 

Fairfield Corners Somerset 

Falmouth Cumberland 

Farmiugton Franklin 

Farmington Falls Franklin 

Fayette Kennebec 

Fayette Ridge Kennebec 

F.agstatf Somerset 

Fort Fairfield Aroostook 

Fort Kent Aroostook 

Foxcroft Piscataquis 

Frankfort Mills Waldo 

Franklin Hancock 

B'reedom Waldo 

Freeman Franklin 

Fremont Aroostook 

Freeport Cumberland 

Friendship Knox 

Fryeburg Oxford 

Fryeburg Center Oxford 

Gardiner Kennebec 

Garland Penobscot 

Georgetown Sagadahoc 

Gilead Oxford 

Glenburn Penobscot 

Goodale's Corners Penobs(ot 

Goodwin's Mills YorK 

Gorham Cumberland 

Gouldsborough Hancock 

Grafton Oxford 

Grant Isle Aroostook 

Gray Cumberland 

Great Pond Hancock 

Great Works Penobscot 

Green Bush Penobscot 
Greene Androscoggin 
Green's Corner Androscoggin 

Greenfield Penobscot 

Green's Landing Hancock 

Greenville Piscataquis 

Greenwood Oxford 

Guilford Piscataquis 

Hallowell Kennebec 



Post Office. 


County. 


Hampden 


Penobscot 


Hampden Corner Penobscot 


Hancock 


Hancock 


Hanover 


Oxford 


Harmouy 


Somerset 


Harpswell Centre Cumberland 


Harrington 


Washington 
Cumberland 


Harrison 


Hartford 


Oxford 


Hartland 


Somerset 


Haynesville 


Aroostook 


Hebron 


Oxford 


Hermon 


Penobscot 


Hermon Pond 


Penobscot 


Highland 


Somerset 


Hi?am 


Oxford 


Hodgdon 


Aroostook 


Hodgdon's Mills 


Lincoln 


Holden 


Penobscot 


Hollis 


York 


HoUis' Center 


Y'ork 


Hope 


Knox 


Houlton 


Aroostook 


Howlaud 


Penobscot 


Hudson 


Penobscot 


Indian River 


Washington 


Industry 


Franklin 


Island falls 


Aroostook 


Isle Au Haut 


Hancock 


Jackson 


Waldo 


Jackson Brook 


Washington 


Jay 


Franklin 


Jefferson 


Lincoln 


Jonesborough 


Washington 


Jonesport 


Washington 


Katahdin Iron Works 


Kendall's Mills 


Piscataquis 


Kennebunk 


York 


Kennebunk Depot York 


Kennebunkport 


York 


Kent's Hill 


Kennebec 


Kezar Falls 


York 


Kilmarnock 


Piscataquis 


Kingsfield 


Franklin 


Kittery 


York 


Kittery Depot 


York 


Kittery Point 


York 


Knox 


Waldo 


Kossuth 


Washington 


Kurduskeag 


Pen..bscot 


La Grange 


Penobscot 


Larone 


Somerset 


Lebanon 


York 


Lee 


Penobscot 


Leeds 


Androscoggin 


Leeds' Junction 


Androscoggin 


Levant 


Penobscot 


Lewiston 


Androscoggin 


Lexington 


Somerset 


Liberty 


Waldo 


Limerick 


York 


Limestone 


Aroostook 


Limington 


York 


Lincoln 


Penobscot 


Lincoln Center 


Penobscot 


LincolnviUe 


Waldo 


Linneus 


Aroostook 


Lisbon 


Androscoggin 


r,isbon Falls 


Androscog;;in 


Litchfield 


Kennebec 


Litchfield Corners Kennebec 


Little River Vil 


age 




Androscoggin 


Littleton 


Aroostook 


Livermore 


Androscoggin 


LivermoreCenter Androscoggin 


Liivermore Falls Androscoggin 


Locke's Mills 


Ox.ord 


Lovell 


Oxford 


Lowell 


Penobscot 


Lnhec 


Washington 


Lubec Mills 


Washingtop 


Lyman 


York 


Lyndon 


Aroostook 


McLain's Mills 


Waldo 


Machias 


Washington 


Machiasport 


Washington 


Madawaska 


Aroostook 


Madison 


Somerset 


Madison Center 


Somerset 


Madrid 


Franklin 


Manchester 


Kennebec 


Maple Grove 


Aroostook 


Marion 


Washington 


Mars Hill 


Aroos?ook 


Masardis 


Aroostook 


Watinicus 


Knox 


Mattawamkeag 


Penobscot 


Maxfield 


Penobscot 


Maysv.lle 


Aroostook 


Mechanic's Falls 


Androscoggin 


Medford 


Piscataquis 



Poat Office. Count!/. 

Medford Contrc Piscaaquis 

Medway Penobscot 

Medybemps Washington 

Mercer Somerset 

Mexico Oxford 

Milford Penobscot 

Millbridee Washington 

Milltowu Washington 

Milo Piscataquis 
Milton Plantation Oxford 
Minot Androscoggin 

Monhegan Island Lincoln 

Monmouth Kennebec 

Monson Piscataquis 

Monroe Waldo 

Monroe Center Waldo 

Monticello Aroostook 

Montville Waldo 

Moose River Someiaet 

Moro Ai-oostook 

Morrill Waldo 

Mount Desert Hancock 

Mount Vernon Kennebec 

Mount Zircon Oxford 

Naples Cumbei-land 

Narraguagns Washington 

Neuley's Corners Penobscot 

Newburg Penobscot 

Xewburg Center Penob.-tot 

New Casco Cumberland 

New Castle Lincoln 

Newfield York 

New Gloucester Cumberland 

New Limerick Aroostook 

Newport Penobscot 

New Portland Somerset 

Newrv Oxford 

New Sharon Franklin 

New Vineyard Franklin 

Noblesborough Lincoln 

Norridgewock Somerset 

North Acton York 

North Albany Oxford 

North Alfred Y^ork 

North Anson Somerset. 

North Appleton Knox 
North Auburn Androscoggin 

North Baldwin Cumberland 

North Bangor Penobscot 

North Belgrade Kennebec 

North Berwick York 

North Bethel Oxford 

North Blue Hill Hancock 

North Boothbay Lincoln 

North Bradford Penobscot 

North Bridgeton Cumberland 

North Brooklin Hancock 
North Brooksville ILincock 

North Buckfield Oxford! 

North Bucksport Hancock 

North Carniel Penobscot 

North Castine Hancock 
North Chesterville Franklin 

North Cornville Somerset. 

North Cutler Washington 

North Deer Isle Hancock. 

North Dixmont Penobscot 
Northeast Dixmont Penobscot 
North East Harbor Lincoln 

North Edgecomb Lincoln 

North Ellsworth Hancock 

North Fayette Kenu..bfc 

North Fairfield Somerset. 

North Fryeburg Oxford 

North Gray Cumberland 

North Htirpswell Cumberland 

North Haven Knox 

North Hancock Hancock 

North Hermann Penobscot 

North H owland Penobscot 

North Islesborough Waldo- 

North Jay Franklin 
North Kennebunkport York 

North Lebanon York 
North Leeds Androscoggin. 

North Linneus Aroostook 
NorthLiverraore Androscoggin. 

North Lovell Oxford 

North Mariaville Hancock 

North Monroe Waldo ■ 

North Monmouth Kennebec: 

North Newcastle Lincoir,. 

North Newburgh Pcuol.scot: 

North Newfield York 

North Newport Penobscot: 
North New Portland Somerset. 

North Newry Ox lord 

North Norway Oxford 

North Palermo Waldo. 

North Paris Oxford 

Vorth Parsonfield York 

i^orth Penobscot Ilancook. 



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POST OFFICES MARYLAND. 



Poat Office, 



County. 



North Perry Washingt. 

North Pittston Kenu.jbec 

Northport Waldo 

North Pownal Cumherland 
North Prospect Waldo 

North Raymond Cumberland 
North Searsmont Waldo 

North Sears port Waldo 

North Sedgwick Hancock 

North Sidney Kennebec 

North Sharpleigh York 

North Turner Androscoggin 
North Turner Bridge •' 
North Union Knox 

North Vassalborough Kennebec 
North Vienna Kennebec 

North Waldoboroiigh Lincoln 
North Washington Lincoln 
North Waterford Oxford 

North Wayne Kennebec 

North Whitefleld Lincoln 

North Wilton Franklin 

North Windham Oamberland 
North Winterport Waldo 

North Woodstock Oxford 

North Woodvillc Penobscot 
North Yarmouth Cumberland 
Norway Oxford 

Number Eleven 
Oak Hill 
Oak Hill Station 
Oceanville 



Ogunquit 

Olamon 

Old Town 

Orient 

Orland 

Orneville 

Orono 

Orrington 

Otis 

Otisficld 

Owl's Head 

Oxford 

Palermo 

Palermo Center 

Palmyra 

Paris 

Parker's Head 

Parkman 

Parsonfield 

Passadumkeag 

Pattagumpus 

Patten 

Pemaquid 

Pembroke 

Penobscot 

Perry 

Peru 

Phillips 

Phipsburp 

Pishon'S Ferry 

Pittsfield 

Pittston 

PlantationsNo, 14 Washi 



Aroostook 

Cumberland 

Cumberland 

Hancock 

York 

Penobscot 

Penobscot 

Aroostook 

Hancock 

Piscataquis 

Penoliscot 

Penobscot 

Hancock 

Cumberland 

Lincoln 

Oxford 

Waldo 

Waldo 

Somerset 

Oxford 

Sagadahoc 

Piscataiiuis 

York 

Penobscot 

Penobs.ot 

Penobscot 

Liu' oln 

Washington 

Hancock 

Washington 

Oxfoni 

Franklin 

Sagadahoc 

' Kennebec 

Somerset 

Kennebec 



igton 

Penobscot 

Androscofr^in 

Oxford 

Cumberlanrl 

Cumberland 

Fri.nklin 

Penobscot 



WaahinKti.i 

WmI.I. 

Hano.M.l, 

Frankli, 

ArooBtool 

Cumberlani; 

Kennebec 

Kennebec 

Washing'...,; 



PI 

I Polan 

Porter 

Portland 

Pownal 
[•Pratfd Comers 

Prentiss 
-Presque Isle 
i -Princeton 

Prospect Ferry 

Prospect Harbor 

Rangclcy 

Kswaon 

K lymond 

Read field 

Keadfield Depot 

Kcd Beach 

Kicbniond 

Ki<-luri..iid Corner 

Kipl.y 

K'.lil.nnton 

Uocknb.iua 

K-cklnn.! 

Koekimrt 

iJnckvillo 

Kome 

K..<!i Corner 

Knund P..i>d 

It.xbury 

Km m ford Oxford 

Kumlonl Center Oxford 

Kfimford Point Oxford 

Bul.ulus AndroHcostRin 

Saeriirappa Cumbcrliind 

8.1CO York 

8l Albany Som^'r'ict 

Bi. Ouorgo Kuox 



PoH Office. 

Salem 

Salisbury Cove 
Salmon Brook 
Sandy Beach 
Sandy Point 
Sanford 
Sangerville 
Sargentville 
Scarborough 
Seal Cove 



County 

Franklin 
Hancock 
Aroostook 
Cumberland 
Waldo 
York 
Piscataquis 
Haucock 
Cumberland 
Hancock 
Wald 
Waldo 
Cnmberl 
Piscataquis 
Hancock 
York 
Linco 
Sherman Aroosto 

Sherman Mills Aroostook 

Shirley Piscataquis 

Shirley Mills Piscataquis 

Sidney Kennebec 

mpson's Corners Penobscot 



bearsport 

Sebago 

Sebec 

Sedgwick 

Shapleigh 

Sheepscott Bridge 



Penobscot 
Somerset 

Sagadahoc 
So: 

Aroostook 

Aroostook 
Oxford 

Lincoln 

Kennebec 

Oxford 

Piscataquis 

York 



Six Mile Falls 
Skowhegan 
Small Point 
Smithfield 
Smvrna 
Smyrna Mills 
Snow Falls 
Solon 
Somerville 
Somerset Mills 
South Albion 
South Andover 
SouthAtkinson 
South Berwick 
South Beddington Washingt 
South Berwick Junction York 
South Bridgeton Cumberland 
South Bristol Lincoln 

South Brooks Waldo 

outh Brooksville Hancock 
outh Carthage Franklin 

outh Casco Cumberland 

outh Chesterville Franklin 
South China 
South Corinth 
South Deer Isle 
South Dexter 
South Dover 
South Durham 
South Exeter 

th Free port 

th Hartford 

th Hope 

th .Teflerson 

th Leeds 

th Levant 
South Liberty 
South Lincoln 
South Litchfield 



Kennebec 
Penobscot 
Hancock 
Penobscot 
Piscataquis 
Androscoggin 
Penobscot 
Cumberland 
Oxford 
Knox 
Lincoln 
Androscoggin 
Penobscot 
Waldo 
Penobscot 
Kennebec 
Livermore Androscoggin 
South Jtoluncus Aroostook 

South Monmouth 
tl- Montville 
th Newburg 
th Norridgcwc 
th Orrington 
th Paris 
South Parkman 
tk Parsonfield 
th Penobscot 



Kennebec 
Waldo 
Penobscot 
ck Somerset 
Penobscot 
Oxford 
Piscataquis 
York 
Hancock 
Androscogjiii 



Smitb Princeton Washington 

S.>uth liobinson Washington 

S..uth St. (Jcorgo Knox 

South Siinford York 

South Sangerville Piscataquis 

South Sehec Piscataquis 

SmuiIi Scion Somers.t 

■-.in; li 'I'li.iuiaston Kn..\ 



Sullivan 

Sumner 

Sunkhaze 

Surry 

Swan's Island 

SwanviUe 

Sweden 

Temple Mills 

Tenant's Harbo 

The Forks 

Thomaston 

Thorndike 

Tilden 

Topstield 

Topsham 

Tremont 

Trenton Point 

Troy 

Troy Center 

Turner 

Union 

Unity 

Upper Gl 

Upper Stillwater 

Upton 

Van Buren 

Vassalborough 

Veazie 

Vienna 



County. 

Hancock 

Oxford 

Penobscot 

Hancock 

Hancock 

Waldo 

Oxford 

Franklin 

Knox 



Washington 

Sagadahoc 

Hancock 

Hancock 



Post Office. 

Westport 
West Sedgwick 
West Sidney 
West Sumner 
West Trenton 
West Troy 
West Washington 
West Waterville 
West Winterport 
Whitefleld 
White Rock 
Whitneyville 
Whitiny: 
Williamsburg 
Winnegance 
Winslow 
Wilson's Mills 
Wilton 



Androscoggin 

Kno3 

Waldc 

ter Cumberlancj 



Waldo I Windham 



Windsor 
Winn 

Winter Harhor 
Winthrop 
Wiscasset 
dstock 



Aroostook I Woodvill 



Waite 



Wald: 

Waldoborougli 

Wales 

Waltham 

Walton Mills 

Warren 

Washington 

Waterborough 

Waterborough Center 



Kennebec 

Penobscot 

Ksnnebec 

Washington 

Waldo 

Lincoln 

Androscoggin 

Hancock 

Kennebec 



Week's Mills 
Welchville 
Weld 

Wellington 
Wells 

Wells' Depot 
Wesley 
West Anson 



, Auburn 



West Bald 
West Bethel 
WestBowdoin 
West Bridgeton 
West Brooksville 

Buxton 
West Camden 
West Charleston 

Corinna 
West Cornvillo 
West Cumberland Oumberla 



Knox 

York 

York 

Oxford 

Kennebec 

Kennebec 

Cumberland 

Androscoggin 

Kennebec 

Oxford 

Franklin 

Piscataquis 

York 

York 

Washington 

Somerset 

Androscoggin 

Cumberland 

Oxford 

Sagadahoc 

Cumberland 

Hancock 

York 

Knox 

Penobscot 

Penobscot 

Somerset 



W( 

Winterport 
Yarmouth 
York 



County. 
Linco: 



Han 
^N'ali 

Lincol 

Kennebi 

WaU 

Lincol 

Cumberlar 

Washingtfl 

Washiut^ti 

Piscataqu 

Sacadahc 

Ke 

Ox. 01 
Frankli 
Cumberlar 
Kennelx 
Penolsci 
Hancoc 
Ke 

Lincol 

Oxfoi 

Peno 

Sapn 



W:llc 



Maryland. 

Post Office. 



Cou 



West Danville 
West Dover 

Durham I 
West Kden 
West Ellsworth 

Embden 
West Knfield 
West Falmouth 
West Farmiugdalo 
Wcslfield 
West Freeman 
West Oardiner 
West Gardiner C> 

West Garland 
West Glenburn 
West Gloucester 



iroscoggin 



Soniersei 
Penobscot 
Cumberland 
Kennebe 
Aroostook 

Franklin 
Kennebec 



Aberdeen lla 

Abingdon IL.r 

Accident All - 

Adamstown I'r 

AdamsviUe Fi. 

Aireys Doi . I, 

Alberton Howait 

Allen's Fresh CbarliJ 

Annapolis Anne Arundi| 

Annapolis Junction " 
Aquasco Prince Geo; 

Arnold's Store Ane An; 
Araby Frcd^ 

Bach'man's Mills Ca 

Backlingan BaUiuioit 

Bakcrsville Wasliii 

Baltimore Bain 

Bark Hill Carro! 

Barnesville Montgoi 

Barrallville AIKl- 

Barren Creek Spring Soni 



Prince G. 
Wash 

Wor 



Harbor Ha 

..II Ar... 

Iham Climb. 



Oxford 



Stan<li»h 




Cumberland 


We»t Moscow Som-r. 


Stark 




SnmerHct 


We,l Newfield Y..r 


Steep FftlU 




Cumberland 


Wintiin Aroosim 


Stetson 




Penob.co 


Went P»ri» Oslo 


Sleui.en 




Wo-hiniitou 


WcM Par-on field Yot 


Steven.^' PI« 


Ini 


Cumberlnnd 


We. I IVmbr.ko Wa-bingi. 


Stockton 




Wllldu 


We.t Peru Oxf,. 


Slow 




Oxford 


Went Pittsfield S..n,.r< 


SirickUnd Ferry 


K-nnebe,- 


We»l I'oUnd Andro«roj,B 
We.t Pownal Cuml .rial 


Strong 




Frunklin 



Barry 

Barton 

Bay Hundred 

Bay View 

Beantown 

Beaver Creek 

BecklevsviUe 

Bee Trie 

Bel Air 

Beltsvillo 

Bcnevola 

Berlin 

Bethlehem 

Bird Hill 

Bishop's Head I 

Black Morse 

Black Rock 

Bladenslurg Princ 

lllcKiniington 

l::ii. H:.ll 

1 ...laMillg 



1 ll.ni.i.. k lt.".inborough AY 

Pen..b»col I Brady's Mills J 

Pouobscol I Brandvwine Prince 
umK.rlan.l i Brick Meeting Ilous. 
Bridgeport I 

Bridgetown 
Briatnl Anni 

BroBd Creek qu 

Brnnd Creek Neck 



Moi. 



BrooklnndviUu 

Brookvillo 

Brownoville 

Brucevillo 

Brvanlown 

BiiVk.vetown V 

Buck town D. 

Bnenn ViiitK Prince 

HurkitUvillo K 

Biirni-tlKvillo 

Uurrsvillo 



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Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Post Ojffice. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County, 


;utler 


Baltimore 


Glenville 


Harford 


Millington 


Ken 


Sharps town 


Somerset 


Ulverton Mills 




Glymont 
Golden Hill 


Charles 


Millstone Point 


Washington 


Shelltown 


Somerset 


iambridge 


Dorchester 


Dorchester 


Monkton Mills 


Baltimore 


SheppardsviUe 


Worcester 


ar ronton 


Carroll 


Gorsuck's MiUs 


Baltimore 


Monocacy 


Montgomery 


Silver Run 


Carroll 


atonsville 


Baltimore 


Goshen 


Montgomery 


Monrovia 


Frederick 


Simpsonville 


How.rd 


avertowu 


Washington 


Govanstown 


Baltimore 


Montrose 


Montgomery 


Silver 1. ill Prince Ge.irge's 


ecilton 


Cecil 


Governor's Bridge 


Mount Pleasant 


Frederick 


Skipton 


Talbot 


edar Creek 


Dorchester 


Anne Arundel 


Mount Savage 


Alleghany 


Sligo 


Monti'on.ery 


euttjrville 


Queen Anne 


Graceham 


Frederick 


Mount Washing 


on Baltimore 


Smithsbnrg 


Washington 


hapti.o 


St. Mary't 


Grantsville 


Alleghany 


MyersviUe 


Frederick 


SmithviUe 


Caroline 


harlestown 


Cecil 


Grave Run Mills 


Baltimore 


Nanjemoy 


Charles 


Snow Hill 


Worcester 


harlotte Hall 


St. Mary's 


Great Mills 


St. Mary's 


New-ark 


Worcester 


South River 


Anne Arundel 


herry Hill 


Cecil 


Greenfield Mills 


Frederick 


Newburg 


Charle= 


Spencerville 


Montgomery 


hesapeake Cit7 


Greensboro' 


Caroline 


New Hope 


Caroline 


Spoy's Liinding 


Kent 


liestertown 


Kent 


Green Spring Fu 


mace 


New London 


Frederick 


StablersviUe 


Baltimore 


liesterville 






Washington 


New Market 




Still Pond 


Kent 


hewsville 


"Washington 


Greenwood 


Baltimore 


Newport 


Charles 


Sudlersville 


Queen Anne 


hromeHill 


Harford 


Hagerstown 


Washington 


Newtown 


Worcester 


SummitviUe 


Alleghany 


hareh Creek 


Dorchester 


Hampstead 


Carroll 


New Windsor 


Carroll 


Sunderlandville 


Calvert 


hiirch Hill 


Queen Anne 


Hancock 


Washington 
Kent 


Northeast 


Cecil 


Surratt's Prince George's 


iliurchviUe 


Harford 


HanesviUe 


Nottingham Prince George's 


S wanton 


Alleghany 


larksbnr? 


Montgomery 


Hanover 


Howard 


Oakland 


FredeHck 


Sweet Air 


B.altimore 


JarUsviUo 


Howard 


Hare wood 


Howard 


Oak Orchard 


Sykesville 


Carroll 


ayton 


Harford 


Harford Furnace 


Harford 


Oakville 


St. Mary's 


Taneytown 




lear Sprin? 


Washington 


Harney 


Carroll 


OffafsX Roads 


Montgomery 


Taylor 


Harford 


ermont Mills 


Harford 


Harrison 


Dorchester 


Oldtown 


Alleghany 


Taylor's Island 


Dorchester 


pekeysviUe 


Baltimore 


Harrisonville 


Baltimore 


Olney 


Montgomerv 


Taylorsville 


Carroll 


JleaviUe 


Montgomery 


Haver de Grace 


Hartford 


Orleins 


AUeghan> 


T. B. Prince George's 


illegeofSt.Jam 


esWashington 


Head of Sassafras 


Kent 


wing's Mills 


Baltimore 


Templeville 


Queen Anne 


)Uington Prince George's 


Hereford 


Baltimore 


Oxford 


Talbot 


Thomas' Run 


Har/ord 


jnococheague 


Washington 


Hickory Tavern 


Harford 


Paper Mills 


Baltimore 


Tilghmantown 


Washington 


)nowingo 


Cecil 


Hicksburgh 


Dorchester 


Park Hall 


St. Mary's 


Tobacco Stick 


Dorchester 


)0k3TilIe 


Howard 


Hillsboro' 


Caroline 


Parkton 


Baitimore 


Towsontown 


Baltimore 


irnersviUe 


Dorchester 


Hill's Point 


Dorchester 


Patuxent 


Anne Arundel 


Tracy's Landing 


Anne Arundel 


Woctoa Furnace Frederick 


Hilton's Switch 




PerrymansviUe 


Harford 


Triadelphla 


Talbot 


•agerstown 


Frederick 


Hood's Mills 


Carroll 


Perryville 


Cecil 


Montgomery 


•oom Pr 


ince George's 


Hookstown 


Baltimore 


Petersville 


Frederick 


Tyaskin 
Union Bridge 


Somerset 


033 Roads 


Montgomery 


Hooperville 


Dorchester 


Phoenix 


Baltimore 


Carroll 


•otcher's Ferry 


Dorchester 


Hooversville Anne Arundel 


Philopolis 




Union Meeting House 


imborland 


AUeshanv 


Hope 


Somerset 


Pierceland 


Howard 




Baltimore 


■oH-nsville AnneAfunde'l 


Hopewell y. Road 


s Harford 


PikesviUe 


Baltimore 


Union MiUs 


Carroll 


ih Hill 


Baltimore 


Horsehead Pn 


nca George's 


Piscataway P 


ince George's 


Uuiontown 




imascus 


Montgomery 


Uuntingtown 


Calvert 


Pisgah 


Charles 


Unionville 


Frederick 


ime's Quarter 


Somerse't 


Hyattstown 


Montgomery 


Pleasant H 11 


Harford 


Unity 


Montgomery 


trlington 


Harford 


HyattsviUe Pr nee George-'s 


Pleasantville 


Harford 


Upperco 


Baltimore 


irnestown 


Sfontgomerv 


IjamsviUe 


Frederick 


Point Lookout 


St. Mary's 
Frederick 


Upper '^ Roads 


Harford 


irsey's Store 


MontgomerV 


Indian Springs 


Washington 


Point of Rooks 


Upper Falls 


Baltimore 


iTidsouville Anne Arunde'l 


Ilchester Mills 


Howard 


Pomonkey 


Charles 


Upper Marlboro' 




lytoB 


Howard 


Jacksonville 


Somerset 


Poolsville 


Montgomery 
Howard 


P 


rinee George's 


ial's Island 


Somerset 


Jarrettsville 


Harford 


Poplar Springs 


Upper Trappe 


Somerset 


.er P,irk 


Alleshany 


Jefferson 


Frederick 


Port Deposit 


Cecil 


Urban a 


Frederick 


mton 


Caroline 


Jerusalem Mills 


Harford 


Port Herman 




Utica Mills 


Frederick 


jncaster 


Charles 


Johnson'sStore Anne Arundel 


Port Republic 


Calvert 


Vienna 


Dorchester 


)uble Pipe Creek Carroll 


Johnstown 


Alleghany 


Port Tobacco 


Charles 


Wakefield 


Carroll 


)wn3ville 


Washington 


JohnsviUe 


Frederick 


Potter's Landing Caroline 


Walkers-ille 


Fre.ler ck 


•awbridge 


Dorchester 


Keedysville 


Washington 


Powellsville 


Worcester 


Warfieldburg 


Carroll 


iblin 


Harford 


Kennedyville 


Kent 


Powhatan 


Baltimore 


Warren 


Baltimore 


iffield 


Charles 


Kingston 


Somerset 


Preston 


Caroline 


Warwick 


Cecil 


ilaney's Valley 


Baltimore 


Kroh's Mills 


Carroll 


Prince Fredericktown Calvert 


Watersville 


Carroll 


mkirk 


Calvert 


Ladiesbnrg 


Frederick 


Princess Anne 


Somerset 


Weisesburg 


Baltimore 


.3t New Marke 


Dorchester 


Lakesville 


Dorchester 


Principio 


Cecil 


Westernport 


Alleghany 
CiirroU 


IS ton 


Talbot 


Lander 


Frederick 


Principio Furnace Cecil 


Westminster 


lesville 


Kent 


Lapidum 


Harfor.i 


Prospect 


Harford 


West Nottingham 


Cecil 


k Ridge Landing Howard] 


Lappon's H Roads Was: ington 


PylesviUe 


Harford 


West River Anne Arundel 


ktou 


Cecil 


Lauraville 


Baltimore 


Quantico 


Somerset 


Wetheredville 


Baltimore 


lengowan 


Baltimore 


LaurelFactoryPr 


neeGeorge's 


Queen Anne Prince George's 


Weverton 


Frederick 


lieott's Mills 


Howard 


LaytonsviUe 


Montgomery 


Queenstown 


Queen Anne 


Whaleysville 


Worcester 


imittsburg 


Frederick 


Leesborough 


Montgomery 


Randallstown 


Baltimore 


Whitlevsburg 


Caroline 


imorton 


Harford 


Leitersburg 


Washington 


Reisterstown 


Baltimore 


White Hall 


Baltimora 


IStnr 


Montgomery 


Leonardstown 


St. Mary's 


Ridge 


St. Mary's 


White Haven 


Somerset 


irHiU 


Cecil 


Lewistown 


Frederick 


Ridgeville 


Baltimore 


Williamsport 


Washington 


Uston 


Harfor.i 


Libertytown 




Ringgold 


Washington 


Winfield 


Carroll 


.rmin;,'ton 


Cecil 


Lindseyville 


Worcester 


Rising Sun 


Cecil 


Winston 


frSc^ 


deral Hill 


Harford 


Linganore 


Frederick 


Riverton 


Somerset 


Wolfsville 


deralsbiirg 


Dorchester 


Lisbon 


Howard 


Rock Hall 


Kent 


Woodbury 


Baltimore 


nksburg 


Carroll 


Little Gunpowder 
Little Meadow 


Baltimore 


Rock Springs 


Cecil 


Woodbine 


Carroll 


shins Creek 


Dorchester 


Alleghany 


Rockville 


Slontgomery 


Woodensbnrg 


Baltimore 


intstoiie 


Alleghany 


Locust Grove 


Kent 


Roesville 


Queen Anne 


Wood Lawn 


Cecil 


rest Hill 


Harford 


Lombardsville 


Cecil 


Roger's Store 


Kent 


Woodshorough 


Frederick 


rest Oak 


Montgomery 


Lonaconing 


Alleghany 


Rohrcrsville 


Washington 


Woodstock 


Howard 


restville Pr 


nee George's 


LongGreenAeademy Baltimore 1 


Rossville 


Baltimore 


Woodvale 


Frederick 


rk M-eting House BaltinTorel 


Long Marsh 


Queen Anne 


RowLandsville 


Cecil 


Wye Mills 


Queen Anno 


rktown 


Somerset 


Louisville 


Carroll 


Roxbnry Mills 


Howard 


Zion 


Cecil 


rt Washington 




Lower Marlboro' 


Calvert 


Royal Oak 


Talbot 


Zoucksville 


E.iltimore 


Pr 

in. tain Oreen 
urLocks 
Hliiig Creek 
ankville 


nee George's 

Harford 

Washington 

Caroline 

Alleghany 

Frederick 


Lutherville 

McKinstry'sMiU 

Magnolia 

Manchester 

Marriottsville 


Baltimore 
Carroll 
Harford 
Carroll 
Howard 


Ruthsburg Queen Anne 
Sabillasville Frederick 
St. ClemenfsBay St. Mary's 
Saint Dennis Baltimore 
Saint Inegoes St. Mary's 






Massachusetts. 


ederiek 


Maryland Lino 


Baltimore 


Saint Leonard's 


Calvert 






eedom 


Carroll 


Massey's JH Roads 


Kent 


Saint Margaret's Anne Arundel ] 


Post Office. 


Coim'y. 


eeland 


Baltimori- 


rtatthews' Store 


Howard 


Saint Martin's 


Worcester 






iendship A 


nne Arundel 


Mechanicstowu 


Frederick 


Saint Michael's 


Talbot; 


Ab ington 


Plymouth 


i/ellhurg 


Carroll 


Melbourne 


Kent 


Salem 


Dorchester 


Acton 


Middlesex 


ostburg 


Alleghany 


Melville 


Caroline 


Salisbury 


Somerset 


Aeushnet 


Bristol 


nkstuwn 


Was.in^gto^n 


MichaelsviUo 


Harford 


Sam's Creek 


Carroll 


Adams 


Berkshire 


lena 


Uiddlehrook Montgomery] 


Sandy Hill 


Worcester 


Adamsville 


Franklin 


lestown 


Dorchester 


Middlcburg 


Carroll 


Sundy Hook 


Washinuton 


Agawam 


Hampden 


llant Green 


Charles 


Middletown 


Frederick 


Sandy Spring 


Montgomery 


Alford 


Berkshire 


ruiMntown 


Montgomery 


Milestown 


St. Marv's 


Savage 


Howard 


Ameshurg 


Essex 


,de Mills 


Alleghany 


Millersvillo Anne Ari.n"del | 


Selbysport 


Alleghany 


Amherst 


Hampshire 

Essex 


^nely 


Howard 


Mill Green 


Harford' 


Sharpsburg 


Wushingtou 


Andover 



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POST OFFICES- 


-MASACHUSETTS. 






P..H Office. 


Coufily. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Aniiiaquam 


Essex 


Dal ton 


B.-rkshire 


Groton Junction 


Middlesex 


Monterey 


Berkshi 


Ashburnham 


Worcester 


Danvers 


Essex 


Grout's Corueri 


Franklin 


Montgomery 


Hampd 


Ashburaham Depot Worcester 


Danvtrs Center 


Essex 


Groveland 


Essex 


Montville 


Berkshi 


Ashby 


Mddleiex 


Danvers port 


Essex 


Hadley 


Hampshire 


Monument 


Earnstal 


Aslifield 


Franklin 


DLrtmouth 


Bristol 


Halifax 


Plymouth 


Mount Auburn 


Middles. 

Ess. 

Nan tuck 


Ashland 


Middlesex 


Dedham 


Norfolk 


Hamilton 


Essex 


Nahant 


Ashley's Falls 


Berkshire 


Deerfield 


Franklin 


Hancock 


Berkshire 


Nantucket 


Ashley ville 


Hampden 
Middlesex 


Dennis 


Barnstabl 


Hanover 


Plymouth 


Natick 


Middles. 


Assabet 


Dennis Port 


Bainstatle 


Hanson 


Plymouth 


Needbam 


Norfo 


Athol 


Worcester 


Dightou 


■ Bristol 


Hard w i ck 


Worcester 


Neponset Village 


Norfo 


Athol Depot 


Worcester 


Dorchester 


Norfolk 


Harrison S.^uaro 


Norfolk 


New Ashford 


Berkshi 


Attleboruoijll 


Bristol 


Douglass 


Worcester 


HortsviUo 


Berkshire 


New Bedford 


Brist 


Aubura 


Worcester 


Dover 


Norfolk 


Harvard 


WorcesU'r 


New Boston 


Berkshi 


Auburn Dale 


Middlesex 


Dracut 


Middlesex 


Harwich 


Barnstable 


New Braintree 


Wore est 


Baldwinsville 


Worcester 


D.idley 


Worcester 


Harwich port 


Barnstable 


Newbury port 


Ess. 


Ballard Vale 


Kssex 


Dnnstible 


Middlesex 


HatchviUe 


Barnstable 


NewEnglandVillage Worcestl 


Bancroft 


Berkshire 


Daxbury 


Plymouth 


Hatfield 


Hampshire 


New Lenox 


Berkshi 


Jiarns table 


Barnstable 


East Abingtes. 


Plymouth 


Haverhill 


Essex 


New Marlborough 


Berkshi 


Barre 


Worcester 


East Brewster 


Barnstable 


Hawley 


Franklin 


New Salem 


FrankI 


Barre Plains 


Worcester 


East Bridgewater 
East Brinfield 


Plymouth 


Haydei Row 


Middlesex 


Newton 


Middles. 
Middles. 


Beckett 


Berkshire 


Hampden 


HaydenviUe 


Hampshire 


Newton Center 


Bedford 


Middlesex 


East Brookfield 


Worcester 


Heath 


Franklin 


Newton Lower Fal 


sMiddleS. 


P.eehLTtown 


Hampshire 


East Cambridge 


Middlesex 


Hingham 


Plymouth 


Newton Upper Fal 


sMi.^.::. -. 


B llm-'ham 


Norfolk 


East Charlemont 


Franklin 


Hinsdale 


Berkshire 


Newtonville 


>r ; : ■ 


BL-lmout 


Middlesex 


East Dennis 


Barnstable 


Hebronville 


Bristol 


North Abington 


P1-. • 


Ueni.irdstowu 


Franklin 


East Douglass 


Worcester 


Holden 


Worcester 


North Adams 


B."r..... 1 


Berkley 


Bristol 


East Falmouth 


Barnstable 


Holland 


Hampden 


North Amherst 


Han,i.,l,. 


Berkshire 


B>rkshire 


East Foxborough 


Norfolk 


HoUiston 


Middlesex 


Northampton 


HampshiL 


Berlin 


A\orcester 


East Freetown 


Bristol 


Holmes' Hole 


Dakes 


North Andover 


Ess.r 


Beverly 


Essex 


East Granville 


'''Y/sL" 


Holvoke 


Hampden 


North Andover Depot Ess.f 


Bcvcrlv Farms 


E-isex 


East Gloucester 


Hoosac Tunnel 


Berkshire 


North Attleboroug 


1 Brist 


Billcrica 


Jfiddlesex 


Eastham 


Barnstabl- 


Ho|.edale 


Woroestet 


N.jrth Heeket 


Be^k^hl 


iJlickiuton 


Berkshire 


East Hampton 


H.impshire 


Hopkintou 


Jliddlesex 


N..rthBelliuiham 


N.Tfu 


Ti:.iokstone 


Worcester 


East Harwick 


B.irnstabl.j 


Housatonic 


llerksliire 


Nortn liev.rly 


lOss. 


li'im^nd 


Hampden 


East Haverhill 


E.sex 


Hubbardston 


W..r..escer 


N..r h liiUeriea 


Mi i.lles. 


li,U<,.i 


Worcester 


Ka.;t HuUiston 


Middlesex 


Hall 


Plymouth 


North Blanford 


Hampd, 


Bond's ViUase 


Hampden 


East Lee 


BLTkshire 


H-.iuiington 


Hampshire 


North Blaekstoue 


W ore est 


Boston 


Sulfulk 


Eu<t Lexington 


Middlesex 


Hvannis 


Barnstalile 


Northborougb 


Woreest 


lloxhoroagh 


Mid.Jl>-s,-x 


l':;i_.t L..ng Meadow 


Hampden 


In'.tian Orchard 


H^mnden 


Xorthl.ri.l-e 


Wore. St 


Box ford 


r:-,.' . 


r ;.t Mar-I. field 


Plvmouth 


Ipswich 


Essex 


N..rtbt.ri.UeCent,T 


W..r. -r 


Boy Is ton 


AVer. - - 


i:.- m' i.li.!:''ooroug 


Norfolk 


Ireland 


Hampden 


N..rth Bri.I.ewater 


PI ■. |. ■;• 


P.oyUton Center 


Wor. ^ 


h Plvmouth 


.famaiea Plains 


Norfolk 


N..rtli Hru..klield 


W .i -1 


Bradford 


i; 




Bristol 


Joppa-ViUage 


PIvm..ut!. 


N.Tth Ciuil rid_'e 


>].. 


BvaggviUe 


Mi. 1.1, 


.1: ;-:UlS 


Barnstalle 


ffingston 


PlV.,.-....': 


\..,..), |■,!...1• 


r 


Braintree 


Xnr,. 




Berkshire 


Lancaster 


\'." . . -. : 


\ , i - ■ 1 ' , '1 


1 . : 


Brewster 


Ban,.- . 


1^. rpiH-rell 


Middl.sex 


Lanesborough 




\ I ■ ■ 1 ■,,- ■ '1 




Bridgewater 
Brighton 


PIv.n... . 




Worcester 


Lakev.lle 








Mi".I.ll.,,,_.. 


i: i-- K.iirlolpll 


Norfolk 


La.csv.Ue 


i;-. .. 


N .1 . 1 ■ . - r 




Brimfield 


Hampd."!! 


KastSalislmry 


Essex 


Lawrence 


Ess.-x 


North Co),:is.-et 




Brookfield 


Worcester 


EastSan.lwich 


Barnscl.k. 


Lc 


B-rkshire 


North Dana 


w 


Brookline 


Norfolk 


East .Sharon 


Norfolk 


Leeds 


Hamp.'hire 


North Dartmouth 




Buekland 


FranUin 


h^ast Sheffield 


Berksliir.,- 


L.Me..sto 


W,.reestev 


North Dighcn 




Buriington 


Jliddlese.v 


East Shelburne 


Franklin 


L nox 


I'..rl,.lMr.. 


N.irLb l":,-t..n 


1 


Biirra).'evilIo 


Worcester 




Ml.fllesex 


Len..x Furnace 


r,. ru^:l:r- 


N..r-1, f.a.llKim 




Byfield 




East'stouehton 


Norfolk 


Leominster 


W..r.'...t.r 


N..rtl. \..r in. .at 


„'•■'• ';l 


Cambridge 


Middlesex 


East Taunton 


Bristol 


Leveret t 


fnaikliii 


N..nli Iv.liio.uih 


1..11 1.-..,! 


Camhridgeport 


Middlesex 


East Wal pole 


N.irfolk 


Lexington 


M..|.lle,eX 


Nurthn.l.l 


l-uu.Ul 


Campello 


Plvmouth 


East Wareham 


Plvmouib 


Leyden 


Franklin 


Northfield Farms 


1 raukl. 


Canton 


Norfolk 


East Weymouth 


\orfolk 


Lincoln 


Middlesex 


North Hadley 


Hampshi' 


Carlisle 


Middlesex 


East Whately 


Franklin 


Littleton 


Middlesex 


North Harwiek 


Ba.n-tab 


Carver 


Plymouth 
Barnstable 


East Windsor 


Berks Lire 


Lock's Village 


Franklin 


North Leominster 


W..rc,st. 


Oentcrville . 


East Woburu 


Mid.ilesex 


Long Meadow 


Hampden 


North Leverett 


Frai.kl 


Central Village 


Bristol 


Edgartowu 


Dukes 


L,mg Plain 


Bristol 


North Marsbfield 


Plvno..il 


Charlemont 


Franklin 


Knfield 


Hampshire 


Lowell 


Middlesex 


N. Middleliorough 


PiMlO.Ul 


Charles River V 


llago Norfolk 


Erving 


Franklin 


Ludlow 


Hampden 


North New Salem 


Frai.kl 


Charlestown 


Middlesex 


Ksspx 


ICssex 


Lunenburg 


Woree.st, 1 


S...-lli .lr,;n-.. 


I'rankl- 


Charlton 


Worcester 


Fairhaven 


Bristol 




E^S X 


•s . ■ . . . .1 


W.Teest. 


Charlton City 


W.ircester 


Fairmount 


Norfolk 


Ly ""field 


E,.,. s 


\ ; 1' : : .'... 


I'iviiuult 


Charlton Depot 


Worcester 


Kail River 


Bristol 


Lvnntield Center 


E.-S-. 




l•\^ in-.-.l 


Chatham 


Barns table 


Falmouth 


Bnrnstal.l. 


Maiden 


Middlesex 


N.llli l're.-v..ll 


II ,,,,. . ,,, 


Chatham Port 


Barnitable 


Farn.imsviUe 


Woreestei 


M.inehnug 


Woro.'Sler 


North Keading 


M 


Che-msford 


Middlesex 


Foedinsr Hills 


lh.m|.d,>i 


.Manchester 


Essex 


North Uehoboth 




Chelsea 


Suffolk 


Fel ton 'Villa 


Mid.lles'x 


Mansfield 


Bristol 


North Rochester 


r 


Oherrv Valley 


Worcester 


Kiske.lale 


Worcester 


Maplewood 


Middlesex 


North Sandwich 


r. . 


Cheshire 


Rerksliin- 


Fiteliburg 


Worcester 


MurMebea.l 


|.:.ssex 


N..rlh Scitunto 


I'l 


Ohe.tcr 


Hampden 


Florence 


Ilampshir. 


Miirl.li-lioroiigh 


Mi.l.n.-sex 


N..rth S.)merville 


>i 


Ch.-»t,r r,.ntro 


lla.n .d. „ 


Florida 


n.'rkshire 


M.rn.n 


Fr;.i,klin 


N..rthSpeueer 


w 


Che.-iterfield 


Hamp.'hir. 


Korge Vi lingo 


Mi.llles.x 


Marsl.tield 


Plvm.v.ith 


N..rth Sfuwhton 




Ohicopee 


Il.iinp.l.'i] 


K.,xl.,,ro„gh 


N..rfolk 


Mar,t..n's Mills 




N..rtliSudburv 


>: 


ChicopeeFalli 


U.im\ n 




Mi.l.U.s..N 


Mattapan 


Norf..lk 


North S\niii>.-a 




Chilmark 


Dik- 


Franklin 


N..r'-..lk 


Matta|...,s..tt 


Plvino..tl. 


N..rthr. «ksl.urv 


>; 


Chlltinvllla 


Plvi....ith 


KrunklinCity 


Norfolk 


M...lti,-ld 


Norl.dk 


N..rth Truro 


1-.. 


Olirtondale 


Worcester 


Freetown 


Bristol 


Med ford 


Mi.i.n..-..-x 


N..rih Ixl.rj.lge 


\\ 


Essex 


Gardner 


Worcster 


Medway 


N..rfolk 


North West Bridge 




Olintoo 


Worcester 


G oruetown 


Essex 


Melrose 


Mi.ldlescx 




r 


Cochcsett 


Plymouth 
Mid.lle.ex 


Gilberlvillo 


Worcest.T 


Mendnn 


Worcsier 


North VVe\ mouth 




Cnnhltiintc 


Gill 


Frank iM, 


M-il. , 


Es.sex 


North Wilmington 


M 


C.ha^^ett 


N.irf.dk 


Gl.nilale 


H.Tksl,.,. 


M Ml. 1 "r..ii.ril 


Plymouth 


North Woburn 


^i 


C.pM Si. rill? 


H.rkshlr. 


Gl.,l.e Villago 


Wor.'.-> . 


M .i :i. \, M 


Hampshire 


North Wrunlham 




C.l.T.iin 


Frinklih 


i;i.>,>.o»tcr 


K-. . 


Ml V N'lUago 


Middlesex 


Norton 




C'.dcgo Hill 


Miil.lleHex 


Go.hen 


Himp-l. r 


\] ■ ■ •] •,,]| 


Essex 


Norwich 


II u 


Collin.<' Depot 


Hampden 


Grafton 


Wore— .r 


M.| -..r.l 


Worcester 


t)Hkdal» 


W :. 


Coll.villo 


Berkshir. 


Granbv 


HampO>ire 


Millburr 


Worcester 


Onkham 


VS..:.. „j 


Concord 


Middlesex 


Grunltevlllo 


Mil'lles,.x 


Milluigtnn 


Franklin 


Oraugo 


., ' " 1.1 


Conway 


Franklin 


Granlvilln 


Norfolk 


Mill nivcr 


Berkshire 


Orleans 


H.r ,1'' 


Cordav'llo 


Worcest-r 


Granvill,. Cruers 


Ilimipden 


Millville 


Worcester 


Oslervillo 


I; .1 ' ' 


Cotuitport 


niirnstabl.- 


Great Harrington 


n.rkshire 


M.lton 


Norfolk 


Otis 


!■. 


Ounnlngton 


Hampahire 


Greenli.l.l 


Frnnklin 


M.rlekvillo 


Bristol 


Oiler River 


\\ 


Cunninstou WeJ 


t VMl„»c 


Gr-.nwich 


Hampshire 


Mittoneagu* 


Hampden 


Oxford 


w 




Hampihire 


Greenwich Village 


Hampshire 


Monroe 


Franklin 


Palmer 




Ciirtinavills 


llrkthin 


Oroonwood 


Middl.-sex 


Monson 


nnmpd..n 


Pax ton 


\^ 


D.:na 


Worcester 


Gruton 


Middleiex 


Mont»gut 


FranUia 


Pelham 


1 



POST OFFICES MICHIGAN. 



m broke 


Plymouth 


South Sandwich 


pperill 


Middlesex 


South Scituate 


ru 


Berkshire 


South Seekonk 


tersham 


Worcester 


South Sudbury 


illipston 


Worcester 


South Walpole 


;oou Cove 


Essex 


South WellHeet 


tsfieUl 


Berkshire 


South Westport 


infield 


Hampshire 


South Weymouth 


linville 


Norfolk 


Soutlnvieic 


■mouth 


Plymouth 


South Wilbraham 


mpton Station 


Plymouth 


South Williamstow 


'mpton 


Plymouth 


South Wrentham 


lassett 


Barnstable 


South Yarmouth 


■scott 


Hampshire 


Spencer 


iiceton 


Worcester 


Springfield 


ivincetown 


Barnstable 


Spring Hill 


ncy 


Norfolk 


State Line 


iijcy Point 


Norfolk 


Sterling 


ulolph 


Norfolk 


Still River 


1- II hum 


Bristol 


Stockbridge 


iding 


Middlesex 


Stoneham 


ulvi lie Station 


Norfolk 


Stoughton 


luhoth 


Bristol 


Sto»- 


hmond 


Berkshire 


Sturbridse 


gviUe 


Hampshire 


Sudbury 
Sunderland 


erdale 


Essex 


:Iiester 


Plymouth 


Sutton 


;k 


Plymouth 


Swampscott 


k Bottom 


Middlesex 


Swansea 


dvport 


Essex 


Taunton 


•'.cvlUe 


Norfolk 


Templeton 


le 


Franklin 


Tewkesbury 


.ley 


Essex 


Thorndike 


bury 


Norfolk 


Three Rivers 


Alston 


Worcester 


KV.land 


i«ll 


Hampden 


Tojisfield 


,land 


Worcester 


Townscnd 




Essex 


Town^end Harbor 


sbury 


Essex 


Truro 


(lisfield 


Berkshire 


Tyngsborough 


dwich 


Barnstable 


TynX^ham^ 


gus 


Essex 




Eus Center 


Essex 


Uxbrhlge 


ndersviUe 


Worcester 


Van Deusenville 


oy 


Berkshire 


Waehusett Village 


onviUe 


Middlesex 


Wales 


uiite 


Plymouth 


Walpole 


tland 


Plymouth 
Norfolk 


Ware 




Wareham 


ti'.'fld 


Berksliire 


Waltham 


Iburne 


Franklin 


Waquoit 


U.urne Falls 


Franklin 


Warren 


IdonviUe 


Norfolk 


Warwick 


rborn 


Middlesex 


Washington 


k-ley 


Middlesex 


Watertown 


■ley Villajo 


Middlesex 


Waverlv 


swsbury 


Worcester 


Waylan'd 

Webster 


tesbury 


Franklin 


thville 


Worcester 


Wellesley 


erset 


Bristol 


Wellfleet 


erville 


Middlesex 


Wendell 


;h A. 'ton 


Middlesex 


Wendell Depot 


h Al incton 


Plymouth 


Wenham 


h Ain.'.-^bury 


Essex 


West Aeton 




Hampshire 


West Amesbury 
West Barnstable 


:h Attleborough Bristol 


,h Amherst 


Hampshire 


West Becket 


h Draiutreo 


Norfolk 


Westborough 


.hbridce 


Worcester 


West Boxford 


h Chatham 


Barnstable 


West Boylestou 


,h Carver 


Plymouth 


West Brewster 


,h Dauvera 


Essex 


WestBridgewater 


;hbnro.igh 


Worcestei 


West Brookfield 


,h Dartmouth 


Bristol 


West Cambridge 


-h Dedham 


Norfolk 


West Chatham 


.h Deerfield 


Franklin 


West Chelmsford 


h Dennis 


Barnstable 


West Chesterfield 


h Easton 


Bristol 


Wes'. Dedham 


h Egremont 
htield 


Berkshire 


West Dennis 


Berkshire 


West Duxbury 


h Framingham Middlesex 


West Falmouth 


h Franklin 


Norfolk 


Westfield 


h Gardner 


Worcester 


West Fitchburgh 


h Groveland 


Essex 


Westford 


h Hadley 


Hampshire 


West Foxboro- 


hHadley Falls Hambshire 


West Gloucester 


h Hanover 


Plymouth 


West Granville 


h Hanson 


Plymouth 


West Groton 


h Harwich 


Barnstable 


West Hampton 


h Hawley 


Franklin 


West Hanover 


h Hingham 


Plymouth 


West Harwich 


h Lancaster 


Worcester 


West Hawley 


h Lee 


Berkshire 


West Mansfield 


h Maiden 


Middlesex 


West Medford 


h MiddleboTo' 


Plymouth 


West Medway 


h Mil ford 


Worcester 


XVcst MiUbury 


h Natick 


Middlesex 


Westminster 


h Orleans 


Barnstable 


West Newbury 


h Plymouth 


Plymouth 


West Newton 


h Randolph 


Norfolk 


West Northfield 


h Reading 


Middlesex 


Weston 


I Royalston 


AVorceater 


West Otis 



Post OS'ice. 






Bristol 

Miudlese 

Norfol 

Barnstable 

Bristol 

Norfolk 

Hampden 

Ham 

vnBerkshire 

Norfol 

Barnstab 

Worcester 

Hampdei 

Bamstabli 

Berkshin 

Wnrceste: 

Worcester 

Berkshire 

Middlesex 

Norfolk 

Middlesex 

Worcester 

Middlesex 

Franklin 

Worcester 

Essex 

Bristol 

Bristol 

Worcester 

Middlesex 

Hampden 

Hampden 

Hampden 

Essex 

Middlesex 

Sliddlesex 

Barnstable 

Middlesex 

Berkshire 

Worcester 

Worcester 

Berkshire 

Worcester 

Hampden 

Norfolk 

Hampshire 

Plymouth 

Middlesex 

Barnstable 

Worcester 

Franklin 

Berkshire 

Middlesex 

Middlesex 

Middlesex 

Worcester 

Norfolk 

Barnstable 

Franklin 

Franklin 

Essex 

Middlesex 

Essex 

Barnstable 

Berkshire 

Worcester 

Essex 

Worcester 

Barnstable 

Plymouth 

Worcester 

Middlesex 

Barnstable 

Middlesex 

Hampshire 

Norfolk 

Barnstable 

Plymouth 

Bsrnstable 

Hampden 

V\"oroester 

Middlesex 

Norfolk 

Essex 

Hampden 

Middlesex 

Hampshire 

Hampshire 

Barnstable 

Franklin 

Bristol 

Middlesex 

Norfolk 

Worcester 

Worcester 

Essex 

Middlesex 

Franklin 

Middlesex 

Berkshire 



Pust Office. 


County. 


West Pittafield 


Berkshin 


Westport 


Bristol 


Westport Point 


Bristol 


West Roxbury 
West Rutland 


Norfolk 


Worcester 


West Sandwich 


Barnstable 


West Scituate 


Plymouth 


West Springfield 


Hampden 


West Sterling 


Worcester 


WcstStockliridge 


Berkshire 


West Stockbridge 


Center 




Berkshire 


West Sutton 


Worcester 


West Tisbury 


Dukes 


West Townsend 


Middlesex 


W^st Upton 


Worcester 


WestWareham 


Plymouth 


West Warren 


Worcester 


West AVorthington 


Hini.pshire 


West M' rentham 


Norfolk 


West Yarmouth 


Barnstable 


Weymouth 


Noriolk 


Whately 


Franklin 


V, hitinsville 


Worcester 


Wilbraham 


Hampden 


Wilkinsonville 


Worcester 


Williamsburgh 


Hampshire 


Williamstown 


Berkshire 


Willimansett 


Hampden 


Wilmington 


Middlesex 


Winchendom 


Worcester 


Winchester 


Middlesex 


Windsor 


Berkshire 


Winthrop 


Suflolk 


Woburn 


Middlesex 


Wood's Hole 


Barnstable 


Woodville 


Middlesex 


Worcester 


Worcester 


Worthington 


Hampshire 


Wrentham 


Norfolk 


Yarmouth 


Barnstable 


Yarmouth Point 


Barnstable 


Miclilgmi. 


Post OjLce. 


County. 


Abscota 


Calhoun 


Ada 


Kent 


Adamsville 


Cass 


Addison 


Lenawee 


Adrian 




Akron 


Tuscola 


Alabaster 


losko 


Alamo 


Kalamazoo 


Albion 


Calhoun 


Algausee 


Branch 


AIg-)den 


Ionia 


Alffonao 


St. Clair 


Allison 


Lapier 


Allegan 


Allegan 


Allendale 


Ottawa 


Alma 


Gratiot 


Almena 


Van Buren 


Almira 


Benzie 


Almont 


Lapeer 


Algonquin 


Ontonagon 


Alpena 


Alpena 


Alpine 


Kent 


Alto 


Kent 


Alton 




Antrim 


Shiawassee 


Antrim City 


Antrim 


Alverton 


Ingham 


Amboy 


HiUalpse 


Ann Arbor 


Washtenaw 


Arenac 


Arenac 


Argentine 


Genesee 


Arland 


Jackson 


Arlington 


Van Buren 


Armada 


jNlacomb 


Ashland 


Newago 


Ashley 


Kent 


Assyria 


Ge^nesee 


Atlas 




Athens 


Calhoun 


Athlone 


Monroe 


Attica 


Lenawee 


Auburn 


Oakland 


Augusta 


Kalamazoo 


Aurolius 


Ingham 


Ausahlo 


Josco 


Austerlitz 


Kent 


Austin 


Oakland 


Avery 


Berrien 


Banks 


Bay 


Bainbridge 


Berrien 


Baldwin's Mills 


Jackson 


Ball Mountain 


OalLland 



County. 



Baltimore 


Barry 


Banzor 


Van Buren 


Bnrfyville 


Barry 


Base Lake 


Washtenaw 


Batavia 


Branch 


Bath 




Battle Crock 


Calhoun 


Bay City 


. U'V 


Bear River 


Emmet 


Beaver Creek 


Graiiot 


Bedford 


Calhoun 


Belle River 


St. Clair 


Belleville 


Wayne 


Bellevue 


Eaton 


Bengal 


Clinton 


Bennington 


Shiawassee 


Benona 


Oceana 


Benton 


Washtenaw 


Benzouia 


Leelanau 


Berlin 


Ottawa 


Berrien Center 


Berrien 


Berrien Spring 




Bertrand 




Berville 


St, Clair 


Bethel 


Branch 


Big Beaver 


Oakland 


Bil Prairie 


Newaygo 


Big Rapids 


Jlecosta 


Big Spring 


Ottawa 


Birch RuS 


Saginaw 


Birmingham 


Oakland 


Blair 


Berry 


Blendon 


Ottawa 


Blisstield 




Bloomer Center 


Jlont'calm 


Bloomfield 


Saginaw 


Bloomfield June 


ion SaJinaw 


Bloomingdale 


Tuscola 


Blunt 


Isabella 


BostwickLake 


Kent 


Bowne 


Kent 


Bradley 


Allegan 


Brady 


Kalamazoo 


Brandon 


Oakland 


Breed ville 


Van Buren 


Bridgeport 


Saginaw 


Bridgeport Cente 


r 


Bridgeton 


Newaygo 


Bridgewater 


Washtenaw 


Brighton 


Livingston 


Bristol ville 


Barrv 


Brockway Centre 


St. ClaiV 


Brokway 


St. Clair 


Bronson's Prair 


e Branch 


Brookfield 


Eaton 


Brooklyn 


Jackson 




l¥n 


Brownsville 


Buchanan 




Buck Creek 


Kent 


Buel 


Sanilao 


Bunker Hill 


Ingham 


Burlington 


Calhoun 


Burns 


Shiawassee 


Burnside 


Tuscola 


Burr Oak 


St. Joseph's 


Burt 

Burton 

Bushnell Center 


Cheboygan 

Genesee 

Montcalm 


Butler 


Branch 


Byr.a 


Shiawassee 


Cady 


Jlacomb 


Caledonia 


Kent 


California 


Branch 


Cambria Mill 


Hillsdale 


Cambridge 


Lenawee 


Camden 


Hillsdale 


Campbell 


Ionia 


Canton 


Wayne 


Canandaigua 


Lena"wee 


Cannonsburg 


Kent 


Capae 


St. Clair 


Carlisle 


Eaton 


Carl ton 


Barry 


Carrolltou 


Sagina-*- 


Cascade 


Kent 


Casco 


St. Clair 


Caseville 


Huron 


Casnovia 


Muskeiron 


Cass 


Hillsdale 


Cassapolis 
Cass Bridge 


Cass 


Saginaw 


Cato 


Montcalm 


Catville 


Wayne 


Cedar Creek 


Ba'rry 


Cedar Fork 


Delta 


Cedar Springs 


Kent 


Center 


Eaton 


I'euterville 


St. Joseph's 


Ceresco 


Calhoun 


Charlevoix 


Emmett 


Charlotta 


Eaton 



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POST OFFICES — mCmGAN. 



Pott Office. 

Chelsea 

Cliesaning 

Cheshire 

Ciester 

Chickaming 

China 

Clarence 

CUireuee Center 

Clark City 

Clarkiton 

Clay Banks 

Clayton 

Clear Lake 

Clifford 

Clifton 

Climax Prairia 

Clinton 

Clyde Mills 

ihootah 

Oold Water 

Colon 

Colutna 

Columbia 

CoUimbiaville 

Columbus 

Commerce 

Oomstock 

Concord 

C'Kiuer's Creek 

Convis 

Convis Center 

O.jttstantino 

Conway 

Cooper 

Coopersville 

Copper Falls Jli 

Copper Harbor 

Cortland Center 

Coriinna S 

Covert Genesee 

Crawford Isabella 

Crawford's Quarry 

Presque Is! 



Co\i.nty. 

Washtenaw 
Saginaw 
Allegan 
Eaton 
Berrien 
St. Claii 
Calhoun 

Monroe 

Oakland 

Oceana 

Lenawee 

Montcalm 

Lapeer 

Keweenaw 

Kalamazoo 

Lenawee 

St. Clair 

Livingston 

Branch 

St. Joseph's 

Berrien 

Jackson 

Lapeer 

St. Clair 

Oakland 

Kalamazoo 

Jackson 

Wayne 

Calhoun 

St. Joseph's 

Livingston 

Kalamazoo 

Ottawa 

10 Keweenaw 



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Crimea 

Croton 

Crystal 

Cuba 

DalKas 

Dan by 

D.insville 

Davisburg 

Davison 

Davisville 

Davton 

Dearlio- 

Decatur 

Deer Creek 

Deerfield 

Deer Lick 

Denmark 

Delta 

Detroit 

De Witt 

Dexter 

Disco 

Dover 

Dowagiac 

Dravton Plains 

Dry den 

Duncan 

Dundee 

Duplaia 

Eagle 

Eagle Harbor 

Eagle River 

East Dayton 

East Leroy 

Eastmnnsvillo 

EaU N'ankin 

East Ogden 

Riuiton 

East Raisinville 

Ea-tl Saginaw 

East Union 

Eaton Ilapidi 

EaiiClairo 

Ecorso 

Eden 

Edinhurg 

Edwnrd.iburg 

Elgin 

Elk 

Elklind 

Elk Rapid! 

Ellington 

Elm 

Elmira 

Kim llall 

Elm wood 

ENio 

EnglixhvnU 

Enturpriie 



Muskegon 

Newaygo 

Montcalm 

Kent 

Clinton 

Ionia 

Ingham 

Oakland 

Genesee 

Sanilac 

Berrien 

Wayne 

Van Buren 

Livingston 

Lenawee 

Saginaw 

Tuscola 

Eaton 

M'ayue 

Clinton 

Washtenaw 

Macomb 

Lenawee 

Ca 

Oakland 

Lape 

Cheboygan 

Monroe 

Clinton 

Clinton 

Keweenaw 

Tuscoli 
Oalhout 
Ottawi 



Post OfjXce. 

Erie 

Esconawba 
Essex 
Exeter 
Fairfield 
Fair Grove 
Fair Haven 
Fair Plains 
Fair View 
Fallasburg 
Farm 
Farmer's 

s Creek 
Farmington 
Fawn River 
Felts 

Fentonville 
Ferris 
Fitchburg 
Flat River 
Fleming 
Flint 
Florence 
Flower Creek 
Flowerfield 
Flushing 
Ford River 
Forrester 
Forest Bay 
Forest City 
Forest Hill 
Forestville 
Four Towers 
Fowlersville 
Franciscoville 

Frankenlust 

Frankenmuth 

Franklin 

Frankfort 

Frazer 

Fredonia 

Fremont Centre 

Free Soil 

Fremont 

Frontier 

Gaines' Station 



County. 

Monroe 

Delta 

Clinton 

Monroe 

Lenawee 

Tuscola 

St. Clair 

Montcalm 

Mason 

Kent 

Jackson 

Sanilac 



Lciiawuc 

Ionia 

Slouroe 

Saginaw 

Mnfomb 

Baton 

nerrion 

Wayne 

Ingham 

IlilWdale 

Cius 

Ocnosoo 

Tincnlii 
Antrim 
TiMcdii 
Wayne 
r-atc.ii 
Grntint 
Timcola 
Clinton 



inesville 
Galesburg 
Gallon 
ngcs 
Garlick 
Geary 
Gena 

Genesee Village 
Geneva 
Genoa 
Georgetown 
Gibraltar 
Gilead 
Girard 
Glass Creek 
Glen Arbor 
Goodland 
Goodrich 
Grafton 

Grahamsville 

Grand Blanc 

Grand Haven 

Grand Ledge 

GrandTraversc 

Grand Bapids 

Grandville 

Grant 

Grass Lake 

Orattan 

Gravel Run 

Greenliush 

Greenfield 

Greenland 

Green Oak 

Greenville 

Greenwood 

Grove 

Orovolnnd 

Gun Lake 

Gun Marah 

Hadhy 

Hamburg 

Hancock 

Hanover 

HarriHvillo 

Hartford 

llartland 



Lapeer 

Oakland 

St. Joseph's 

Ingham 

Genesee 

Moutealm 

Ingham 

Kent 

Livingston 

Genesee 

St. Joseph's 

Oceana 

St. Joseph's 

Genesee 

Delta 

Sanilac 

Ottawa 
Gratiot 
Sanilac 
Oaklan 

Livingston 
Jackson 
Sagii 

Oakland 

Leelanau 

Macomb 

Washtenaw 

Newaygo 

Mason 

Shiawassee 

Hillsdale 

Genesee 

Kent 

Kalamazoo 

Berrien 

Allegan 

Ontonagon 

Clinton 

Delta 

Genesee 

Lenawee 

Livingston 

Ottawa 

Wayne 

Branch 

Branch 

Barry 

Leelanau 

L 'I peer 

Genesee 

Monroe 

Kent 

Genesee 

Ottawi 

Eatoi 

GrandTraversc 

Ken 



Jackson 

Kent 

Waiht.-naw 

Clinton 

Wayne 

Ontonagon 

L i V i ngiiton 

Montcalm 

Oceana 

Meoojta 

Oakland 

Barry 

Allegan 

Lapeer 

Livingston 



Post Office. 

Hillsdale 

Holland 

Holly Mills 

Holt 

Homer 

Homestead 

Hooker 

Hopkins 

Houghton 

Howardsville 

Howell 

Hubbardstown 

Hudson 

Hunter's Creek 

Huron City 

Huron Station 



Indian Creek 

Inkster 

Ionia 

Irving 

Isabella City 

Ishpeming 

Ithica 

Jackson 



Jay 

Jeddo 

Jefferson 

JeffersonviUe 

Jersey 

Johnstown 

Jonesville 

Josco 

Joyfield 

Kalamazoo 

K alamo 

Kearsley 

Keelersville 

Kelloggsville 

Kenoehee 

Kensington 

Kewana Bay 

Kevstone 

KiSdville 

Kinderhook 

Kipp's Corners 

Kossuth 

Koylton 

Lafayette 

La Grange 

Laketou 

Laingsburgh 

Lake Mill 

Lake Port 

Lake Ridge 

Lakeville 

LamberUville 

Lament 

Lansing 

Laphamsville 

Lapeer 

La Salle 

Lawrence 



Leichton 

Leland 

Lenox 



County. 

Hillsdale 

Ottawa 

Oakland 

Ingham 

Calhoun 

Benzie 

Van Buren 

Allegan 

Houghton 

it. Joseph's 

Livingston 

Ionia 

Lenawee 

Lapeer 

Huron 

Wayne 

Monroe 

Lapeer 

Wayne 

Ionia 

Barry 

Isabella 

Marquette 

Gratiot 

Jackson 

Ottawa 

Saginaw 

St. Clair 

HiUsdale 

Cass 

Oakland 

Barry 

Hillsdale 

Livingston 

Benzie 

Kab 



Genesei 
Ken 
Ken 

St. Clai 
Oaklan. 
Uoughtoi 



Cli 



Tuscola I 

Gratiot 

Cass 

Berrien 

Shiawassee 

Van Buren 

St. Clair 

Lenawee 

Oakland 

Monroe 

Ottawa 

Ingham 

Kent 



Post Office. 

Marcellus 

Marengo 

Marine City 

Marquette 

Murr 

Marshall 

Martin 

Marysville 

Mason 

Matherton 

Mattawan 

Slattison 

May 

Meade 

Mead's MilU 

Mears 

Medina 

Melville 

Memphis 

Menden 

Menomonee 

Mere 

Merrillsville 

Merritt 

Metamora 

Michigan Center 

Middletown 

Middleville 

Midland 

Milan 

Milo 

Milford 

Jlillsburg 

Millington 

Mill Point 

Milton 

Minden 

Moline 

Monroe 

Monterey 

Montrose 

Morenci 

Morgansville 

Moscow 

Moiherville 

Mottville 

Mount Clemens 

Mount Morris 

Mount Pleasant 

i Mount Vernon 

d Creek 



Ma 
Musk 
Call 



ln| 



Ma< 
W. 

Musk 

Len 

Leeh 

Mac 

St. Jose 

Meuom ^. 

Ma4 f 

St. 

I 

La 



E 
Mid 
Mc 

B 
OhI 
Bel 



Mundy 

Mungersville 

Muskegon 

Nankin 

Napoleon 

Negaunee 

Nelson 

Newark 

Newaygo 

Newman 



Lapeer I Now Baltimore 



Allegan 

Leelanau 

Macomb 

Jackson 

St. Joseph's 

Ingham 

Sanilac 

Jackson 

Washtena 



Buffalo 
Newburgh 
New Casco 
New Haven 
New Haven Centre 
New Hudson 
Newport 
New Salem 



Niles 

Noble Center 
North Adams 
Mason I North Aureliui 
Genesee I North Branch 
Ke 



Litchfield 

Little Prairie Rond 

Little Travorflo 

Livonia Center 

Locke 

Lodi \\ 

London 

Lowell 

Luf'ington 



Hills 



8t.Cl.il 
Miohilimackinai 

Macomb I N 



„i Norlhport 
nil North Plains 
U North RttisinviUe 
in North Shade 
North Star 



Li'unv 

LivingHt" 

Oaklan 

Wa.ht.'iia 



Harvey 

Haatlnga 

Havnnna 

Hntleton 

Henrietta 

Hloki.rv r<i 

Hiichlaud 



Van Buren Mailisun 
LivingKton Mnhonao 
ShiBwa««-e Manchont. 
Marquette 1 Man lateo !" 

Barry Manliua 
Saginaw I MapU 
ShiawaMoe Maplolon Grand T 

Jaok»u>» Maple Grove 

Bnrrj Maple Rapid. I U.iton aj <.ro 

Oakland Marathon Lapeer, Oak Hil 



North V 

Norihvil 

Norvell 

Nor walk 

Novi 

Nuiiica 

Oak 

Oak ford 

Dakfleld 



POST OFFICES — MINNESOTA. 



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ft Office. 


County. 


Po»( Office. 


County. 


Poei Office. 


County. 


Poet Office. 


Count,. 


ad 


Oakland 


River Raisin 


Washtenaw 


Traverse City GrandTraverse 


Albion 


■Wri ht 


ille 


Monroe 


Rix 


Ionia 


Trenton 


Winne 


Alexandria 


lF^:'':.' 


^ood 


Oakland 


Robinson 


Ottawa 


Troy 


Oakland 


Anawauk 


pa 


Muskegon 


Rochester 


Oakland 


Tyre 


Sanilac 


Anoka 


Ano'ia 


la Center 


"iiiSn 


Rockland 


OntonaL'on 


Tyrone 
Ifnadilla 


Livingston 


Arendahl 




OS 


Rollins 


Lenawee 




Argo 


Winona 


t 


Eaton 


Rome 




Undiue 


Hillsdale 


Arlington 


IrolvJ 


la Grand Traverse 


Romeo 


Macomb 


Union 


Cass 


Ashippun 


la 


Clinton 


Romulus 


Wayne 


Union City 


Branch 


Ashlind 


Miw?? 


daga 


Ingham 


Ronald Center 




Union House 


Clinton 


Austin 


mgon 
to 


Ontonagon 
St. Joseph's 


Rose 


Oakland 


UnionviUe 


Tuscola 


Aurora Center 


Steele 


Rosoville 


Macomb 


Utica 


Macomb 


Avon 


Do.ge 
Gooiil.uo 


-abor 


Huron 


Round Lake 


Branch 


Vandalia 


Cass 


Ayr 


ge 


Ionia 


Roxana 


Eaton 


V.assar 


Tuscola 


Bancroft 


Freedom 


geville Mills 


Barry 


Royal Oak 


Oakland 


Ventura 


Ottawa 


Banks 


Faribao It 


a 


Oakland 


Royal ton 


Berrien 


Vergennes 


Kent 


Bass Lake 


Faribault 


BviUe 




Ruiy 


St. Clair 


Vermontville 


Eaton 


B. ar Creek 


FillDHiro 


emo 


Kalamazoo 


Saginaw 


Saginaw 


Vernon 


Shiawassee 


Bear Grove 


Olmstead 




Hillsdale 


St. Charles 




Victor 


Clinton 


Bear Valley 


Wabashaw 


!0 


Ionia 


St. Clair 


St. Clair 


Volinia 


Cass 


Beaver ^ 


Winona 


riUe 


Genesee 


St. James 


Man i ton 


Wacousta 


Clinton 


Beaver Bay 


Super-or 


ID 


Allegan 


St. John's 


Clinton 


Wahjamaga 


Tuscola 


Bellefontaine 


Seott 


iva Lake 


Monroe 


St. Joseph's 


Berrien 


Wakeshma 


Kalamazoo 


Belle Creek 


Goorth le 


It Creek 


Jackson 


St. Lewis 


Gratiot 


Waldenburg 


Macomb 


Bell Plain 


Scott 


liael 


Allegan 


Salem 


Washteuaw 


Wales 


St. Clair 


Bell Praire 


Morrl.to 




Clinton 


Saline 




Wallaceville 


AVayne 


Bellville 


Fillmore 


Center 




Salt River 


Isabella 


Walled Lake 


Oakland 


B.ntou 


Car\er 


30 


Shiawassee 


Sand Beach 


Huron 


Wanicott 


Sanilac 


Bertcen 


Fillmore 


rd 


Oakland 


Sandstone 


Jackson 


Warren 


Macomb 


Berlin 


Ste.le 


fc Creek 


Washtenaw 


Saranac 




Waterford 


Oakland 


Berne 


Doiiije 




Ionia 


Saugatuck 
Sault St. Marie 


Alleg"an 


Waterloo 


Jackson 


Big Lake 


Sherburne 


yra 


Lenaweo 


Chippewa 


Watervliet 


Barriei. 


Big Spring 


Filmore 




Newaygs 
St. Joseph's 


Schoolcraft 


Kalamazoo 


Watrousville 


Tuscola 


Bllck Oak Grove 


01ms >d 




Scio 


Washtenaw 


Waverly 
Wayland 


Van Buren 


Bl.ir 


B^^wn 


Tille 




Sebewa 


Ionia 


Allegan 


Bloomington 


Henneiiin 


la 


Jackson 


Sebewaing 


Tnscola 


Wayne 


Wa|ne 


Blue Earth City 


Fariba' It 


lallviUe 


Livingston 
Calhoun 


Secilia 


Calhoun 


Webster 


Washtenaw 


l!!ue Grass Grove 


Le Sueur 


illO 


Seneca 


Lenawee 


Wellville 


Lenawee 


Brantford 


Sherbuine 


rscn'a >Iill3 


Ionia 


Shave Head 


Cass 


Wenona 


Bay 


Br.-issburg 


Fillmore 


lion 


Kalamazoo 


Sheri.lan 


Montcalm 


Wesaw 




Bristol Centre 


Fillmore 


Paw 


Van Buren 


Sherwood 


Branch 


West Berlin 


St. Clal? 


Brownsville 






Sanilac 


Sidney 


Montcalm 


West Bloomer 


Montcalm 


Brunswick 


Kana"be^"k 


eld 


Calhoun 


Silver Creek 


Allegan 


West Bloomfield 


Oakland 


Buckeye 


Freeborn 


I Mine 


Keweenaw 


Silver Lake 


Washtenaw 


West Casco 


Allegan 


Buffalo 


Wri< ht 


'Water 


Oceana 


Sink Brook 


Allegan 


West Climax 


KalamaBoo 


Butternut Valley 
Caledonia ' 


Blue EMrth 


iMarquette 


Mason 


Six Corners 


Ottawa 


West Delhi 


Ingham 


Houston 


fnsville 


Wayne 


Smith's Creek 


St. Clair 


West Geneva 


Van Buren 


Cambridge 


Isanle 


¥ 


Shiawassee 


SmithviUe 


Wayne 


West Haven 


Shiawassee 


Canfleld 


Fillmore 


fsburgh 


Monroe 


Smyrna 
Sodus 


Ionia 


West Leroy 


Calhoun 


Cannon City 


Rice 


ibic 


Ontonagon 


Berrien 


West Novi 


Oaldand 


Cannon River Falls Goodhn« 


^mo 


Ionia 


Somerset 


Hillsdale 


West Ogden 
West Rfver 


Lenawee 


Canton 


Mower 


)3town 


Ingham 


South Boston 


Ionia 


Jackson 


Carimona 


Fillmore 


on 


Mecoiton 


South Cass 




Westphalia 


Clinton 


Carver 


Carver 


kney 


Livingston 


Southfield 


Oakland 


West Windsor 


Eaton 


Cassell 


Wri-ht 


Creek 


Calhoun 


South Genoa 


Livingston 


Wexford 


Wexford 


Castle Rock 


Dakota 


1 Grove 


Tuscola 


South Haven 


Van Buren 


Wheatland 


Ionia 


Cedar Lake 


Seott 


1 Grove Mills 


Van Buren 


South Henrietta 


Jackson 


Wheatland Center Hillsdale 


Centre Creek 


Anoka 


Plain 


Allegan 


South Jackson 




Wheelersville 


Shiawassee 


Chain Lake Center 


Mar.in 


Run 


Genesee 


South Lyon 


Oakland 


White Lake 


Oakland 


Champlain 




lebog 


Huron 


South Plymouth 


Wayne 


White Oak 


Ingham 


Chaska 


Carl'er 


atone 


Berrien 


South Ripley 


Clinton 


White Pigeon 


St. Joseph's 


Chatfield 


Fillnora 


Iburg 


Shiawassee 


South Sunfield 


Eaton 


White River 


Muskegon 


Chatham 


Wright 


Ifield 


Livingston 
Allegan 


South Wright 


Hillsdale 


White Rock 


Huron 


Chengwatana 


dwell 


Spalding 


Saginaw 


White Swau 


Kent 


Cherry Grove 


Fillmore 


k Road 


Wayne 




Hillsdale 


White Water Grand Traverse 


Chippewa 


Cass 


*ant 


Kent 


Sparta Center 


Kent 


White Wood 


Berrien 


Chisago City 


Chisago 
Chisago 
Dakota 


panton 


Manistee 


Spencer's Mills 




Whitmore Lake 


Washtenaw 


Chisago Lake 


outh 


Wayne 

Cass 


Spring Arbor 


Jackson 


Whitneyville 


Kent 


Christiana 


gon 


Spring Brook 


Gratiot 


WiUiamstown 


Ingham 


Clareraont 


Dodce 


)ei 


Gratiot 


Springfield 


Oakland 


WiUiamsville 


Cass 


Clark's Grove 


Freeborn 


iac 


Oakland 


Spring Mills 




W infield 




Clayton 


Fairbault 




Lapear 


Springport 


Jackson 


Windsor 


Eaton 


Clear Lake 


Sherburne 


Austin 




SpringviUe 


Lenawee 


Wiota 


Isabella 


Clear Water 


Wright 


fope 


Kalamazoo 


Stanton 


Montcalm 


Wolf Creek 


Lenawee 


Cleveland 


Le Su?ur 


Huron 


Stella 


Gratiot 


WoodhuU 


Shiawassee 


Clinton 


Stearns 


Huron 


St. Clair 


Stevens' Landins 


Sanilac 


Woodland 


Barry 


Clinton Palls 


Steele 


and 


Ionia 


Stookbridge 


Ingham 


Wood lawn 


Berrien 


Cobb River 


Blue Earth 


Sanilao 


Sanilac 


Stony Creek 


Washtenaw 


Woodstock 


Lenawee 


CoMSpringCity 


Stearns 


smouth 


Bay 


Stony Run 


Genesee 


Worth 


Tuscola 


Faribault 


irsburg 


St. Claii 


Strait's Lake 


Oakland 


Wright 


Ottawa 


Columbus 


Anoka 


rieville 


Barry 


Sturgis 


St. Joseph's 


Wyandott 


Wayne 


Concord 


Dodge 


tor 


Allegan 


Summersville 


Yankee Springs 


Barrv 


Cook's Valley 

Cooleysville 

Corcoran 


Wabashaw 


)ect Laka 


Van Buren 


Summit 


Oakland 


York 


Washtenaw 


Steele 


ski 


Jackson 


Sunfiold 


Eaton 


Yorkville 


Kalamazoo 


Hennepin 
Le Seuer 


"^r. 


Branch 


Sutton's Bay 


Leeleuaw 


Ypsilanti 


Washtenaw 


Cordova 


lit River 


Alle-an 


Swartz Creek 


Genesee 


Yuba Grand Traverse 


Cottage Grove 


Washini!ton 


om 


Hillsdale 


Sylvan 


Washtenaw 


Zilwaukie 


Saginaw 


Crisp's Store 


Blue Earth 


nna 


Muskegon 


Sylvanus 
Tallmudge 


Hillsdale 


Zealand 


Ottawa 


Crow Wing 
Crystal L.ake 


Crow Wing 
Hennepil 


sonville 


Wayne 


Ottawa 






Center 


Macomb 


Tawas City 
Taylor Centre 


Iosco 
Wayne 






Dayton 
Dean Lake 


Hennepin 






Wright 


i''?^ 


Hillsdale 


Taymonth 


Saginaw 






Dedham 


Houston 


Bridge 


Ingham 


Teoumseh 


Lenawee 






Deer Creek 


Fillmore 


ord 
field 


olTe^ 


Tekawsha 
Thotford 


Calhoun 
Genesee 


Minnesota. 


Deerfield 
Dodge City 
Dooleyville 
Dover 


Steele 


land 


Kalamazoo 


Thetford Centre 


Genesee 






Seott 


moud 


Macomb 


Thornton 


St. Clair 


Po»t Ofrcc. 


County. 


Olmsted 


moudviUs 


Sanilao 


Thornville 


Lapeer 






Dryden 


Sibley 
St. Louis 


viUe 


Tuscola 


Three Oaks 


Berrien 


Adams 


Mowei 


Duluth 


ewaj- 


Lenawee 1 Three River; 


St. Joseph's 


Afton 


Washington 


Dundas 


Rica 




■' iTipton 


Lenawee 


Alba 


Fillmore 


East Castle Rock 


Dakota 


r 


Ohaton 


'Tompkina 


Jftokaon 


Albert Lea 


Freeborn 


East Chain Lake 


Martin 



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POSl 


OFFICES- 


—MISSISSIPPI. 


' 




Pi.st Office. 


County. 


Post Ojfict. 


County. 


Post Office. 


Covnty. Pout Office. 


County. 


East Prairitvilla 


Rice 


Lakeville 


Dakota 


Osakls 


Todd 1 Trenton 


Freebo 


Eden Prairie 


Hennepin 


Lake Washington 


Le Sueur Osseo 


Hennepin, Troy 


Wino 


Klba 


Winona 


Lamoille 


Winona Othello 


Olmsted; Twin Grove 




Elgin 


■\Vabashaw 1 


LiwUesburg 


Le Sueur Otisco 


Waseka: Twin Lakes 


Carlt 


Elk River 


Sherburne 


Langola 


Benton Ottawa 


Le Sueur' Union 


Hou.st 


EUiugton 


Dodge j 


Lansing 


Mower Owatauna 


Steele: TnioL Centre 


LeSue 


EUiotta 


Fillmore 


Leavenworth 


litown Oxford 


Isanti [Union Lakes 


Ri 


Kin. ore 


Faribault 


La Villa 


Houston 


Pawsdin 


Wi.bashaw Union Spring 


Dod 


Elwood 


Steele 


Leighton 


Hennepin 


Paynesville 


Stearns Utica 


Wino 


Elysian 


Le Sueur 


Lemond 


Steele 


PeoUr's Grove 


W aseka Vernon Centre 


Blue Ear 


Empire City 


Dakota 


Lenora 


Fillmore 


J'ickwick 


Winona 


Verona 


Farila, 


Enterprise 


Winona 


Lenz 


Hennepin 


Pilot Mound 


Fillmore 


Viola 


Olmat 


Etna 


Fillmore 


Le Roy 


Mower 


Pine Bend 


Dakota 


Vivian 


Wase: 


EltaviUe 




Le Sueur 


Dakota 


Pine L.land 


Goodhue 


Wabashaw 


Wabash J 


Ewald 


Faribault 


Le Sueur City 


Le Sueur 


Pla.uview 


Wabashaw 


Waconia 


Carv 


Excelsior 


Hennepin 


Lewiston 


Dakota 


Plato 


McLeod 


Wacoota 


Goodh 


Kyotn 


Olmsted 


Lexington 


Le Sueur 


Pleasant Grove 


Olmstead 


Waleott 


Ri 


Fair Haven 


Steams 


Liberty 
Lilly Pond 


Blue Earth 


Pleasant Mouud 


Khu- Earih Walnut Lake 


Fariba. 


Fairmount 


Slartin 


Wrigl.t 


Point Douglass 


Washington 'Wanamingi 


Goodh 


Fair Point 


Goodhue 


Lima 


Housion 


Prairie 


Mower 1 Warren 


W.no 


Fair View 


Fillmore 


Lincoln 


Walashaw 


Prescott 


Faribault: Warsaw 


Ri 


Farmingt.n 


Dakota 


Little Canada 


Ramsey 


Preston 


Fillmore Wa.shington 


Fillm. 


Faribault 


Rice 


Little Falls 


Morrison 


Princeton 


Benton iWasioj a 


Doc 


Farm liiU 


Olmsted 


Little Valley 


01m?ted 


Quincy 
Raven Stream 


Olmstead , Wastedo 


Got,db 


Faxon 


Sibley 


Looking Glasi. 


Fillmoie 


Scott iWatah 


K.ul 


Fillmore 


Fillmore 


Looneyville 


Houston 


Red Wing 


Goodhue] Waterford 


D.ik. 


Flore«ee 


Goodhue 


Lorette 




Kedfield 


Carver Waterto«n 


Can 


Fond du Lac 


St. Louis 


Lydia 


Scott 


Redwood Falls 


Redwood WaterviUe 


Le Sut 


Foredt City 


Meeker 


Lylc 


Mower 


Reed's Landing 


Wabashaw Watonwan 


Blue Eal 


Forest Mound 


Wabashaw 


Lvor. 


Wabashaw 


Riccford 


Houston Wautopa 


Wab;ishi 


Forestville 


Fillmore 


M'adelia 


Browi. 


Rice Lake 


Dodge Wave.lv 


Blue Eat 


Fort Ridgeley 


Pierce 


Madison 


Mower 


Richfield 


Hennepm West Albany 


Wabash. 


Fort Ripley 


Todd 


Maine Prairie 


Stearns 


Richland 


F.llmore 


West Newton 


N.eo 


Fort Snelling 


Dakota 


Mananah 


Meeker 


Richmond 


Winona 


West St Augustine Steaij 


Fowlersville 


Rice 


Mankato 


Blue Earth 


Rich Valley 


Dakota 


West Saint Paul 


Dikd 


Frankfort 


Mower 


Manomin 


Manomin 


Ridgewav 


Winone 


Wheatland 


Le Sae 


Frank HiU 


■Winona 


Mantonville 


Dodge 


River Point 


Steele 


White Bear Lake 


RamJ 


Freeborn 


Freeborn 


Maple Glen 


Scott 


Rochester 


Olmstead 


White Water Falls Wind 


Freeburg 


Houston 


Maple Lake 


Wright 


Rock Dell 




Willow Creek 


Blue Eai 


Free Soil 


Fillmore 


Maple Plain 


Hennepin 


Rockford 


Wright 


Wilmington 


Ho, SI 


French Lake 


Wright 


Mapleton 


Blue Earth 


Rocky Run 


McLSod 


Wilton 


\y.i3t 


Frontenac 


Goodhue 


Marine Mills 


Washington 


Rockville 


Stearns 


Windom 


F,llm< 


Garden City 


Blue Earth 


Marion 


Olmstead 


Rolling Stone 


Winona 


Winnebago Agency BlneEa.* 


Geneva 


Freeborn 


Marysburg 


Le Sueur 


Root River 


Jlower 


Winnebago City 


Fanba 


Georgetown 


Breckenridge 


Ma/,eppa 


Wabashaw 


Roscoe 


Goodhue 


Winnebago Valley 


Hoost 


Glascow 


Wabashaw 


Medford 


Steele 


Roseoe Centre 


Goodhue 


Winona 


Wint 


Olencoe 


McLeod 


Melrose 


Stearns 


Rosemount 


Dakota 


Wiscoy 


Wine 


Goodhue Center 


Goodhue 


Mendota 


Dakota 


Rush ford 


Fillmore 


WitokJ 




Gopher Prairie 


Wabashaw 


Meridin 


Steele 


Rushehv 


Chisago 


Woodland 


Wabash 


GnrJoiisville 


Freeborn 


Merton 


Steele 


St. Anthony's Falls Hennepin 


Worth 


Wim 


Granhv 


Nicolet 


Middle Branch 


Chisago 
Wright 


St. Augusta 


Stearns 


Wvattv-lle 




Grand'jieadow 


Mower 


Middlesville 


St. Bonnefacius 


Hennepin 


Wyoming 
Yankee ftidge 


Chist 


Granger 


Fillmore 


Middle Lake 


Xieollet 


St Charles 


Winona 


Ol.iisl 


Grant 


Olmsted 


Millers t,urg 


Rice 


St. Cloud 


Stearns 


Young America 


Cart 


Orapeland 


Fiiribault 


Milton 


Dodge 


St. Francis 


Anoka 


Y'ucatan 


Hoasi 


(Jreenfield 


Olmstead 


Mineral Springs 


Mower 


St. Lawn-nee 


Scott 


Su'^rr 


Wrij 


Greenville 


Wabashaw 


Minneapolis 
Minneola 


Hennepin 


St. Mary's 
St. Paul 


Waseka 


Olmst' 


Greenwood 


Hennepin 


Goodhue 


Ramsey 


Zumbrota 


Guodb 


Guilford 

Hader 

Hamilton 


Freeborn 
(Joodhue 
F. 11 more 


Minneska 
Minnesota City 
Minnesota Lake 


Wabashaw 

Winona 

Faribault 


St. Peter 
Salem 
Sand Creek 


Nicolet 

Olmstead 

Scott 








"~ 


Jlaniptoii 
Harr.sburg 


Dakota 


Miuuetriata 
Money Creek 


Hennepin 
Houston 


San Jaeinvo 
Saratoga 


Houston 
Winona 


Mississippi. 


Hastings 


Dakota 


Monticello 


Wright 


Sauk Center 


Steam. 1 




Haven 


Riee 


Montrose 


Wrigl.t 


Sauk Rapids 


Benton 1 PoH05-.ce. 


Com,/*. 


iray»;.r.l 


Frveborn 


Mooer's Prairie 


M' right 


Seandia 


Carver 






Hizle Prairie 


Fillmore 


.Morristown 


Rice 


Shakopee 


Scott 


Abbeville 


La 'aye 


H ail e wood 


Kce 


Mojcow 


Freeborn 


Shclhvville 


Blue Earth 


Aberdeen 


Mou^ 


H:broii 


Xicolet 


Mount Plea'.ant 


Wabashaw 


Sheldin 


Houston 


Adamsville 


G re« 




Djdge 


Mount Veruou 




Shell Rock 


Freeborn 


Acona 


H^lD 


Helena 


Scott 


MowerCity 


Mower 


Sherwood 


Winona 


Air Mount 


Yalal.us 


Henderson 


Sibly 


Muskootink 


Chisago 


Shieldsville 


Riee 


AInmucha 


L.iuderd. 


High Forre.t 


Olmstead 


Neenah 


Stoarns 


Silver Creek 


Wright 


Amerious 


Jaekt 


Highlan.l 


Fillmore 


Nc« 


Meeker 


Smithlield 


Wabashaw 


ArcabutU 


DeSt 


Hiluboro- 


Martin 


Nevada 


Mower 


So.ith B'ud 


mue Earth 


Armitage 


\oxul 


Hokah 


Houston 


New jKuburn 


Sibley 


South Hampton 


DakoU 


Artcsia 


Lownt 


Homer 


Winona 


New I!„non 


Winona 


South Plvmouiii 


Hennepin 


Aseulmore 


Vsllahatcl 


Houiton 


Houston 


Newbury 


Fillmore 


South Ti.'.y 


V.'ahashaw 


Ash Creek 


Oktibbc 


HutehiiiMin 


McLeod 


New Dublin 


Scott 


Spencer 


Goodhue 


Ashfordsvillo 


Winsi 


Hyde Park 


Wabashaw 


New Hartford 


Winona 


Spencer Brook 


Isanti 


Ashland 


Moni 


Ida 


Fillmore 


New Haven 


Olmstead 


Spring Creek 


Goodhue 


Athens 




InduBtriau.i 


Hennepin 


New Munich 


Stearns 


Spring Grove 


Houston 


Attalavillo 


.\tt 


It».ca 


Benton 


Newport 


Washington 


Spring Valley 


Fillmore 


Auburn 


llii 


.Iftcksonville 


Wubftoliaw 


New Ulra 


Brown 


Stanton 


Goodhue 


Augusta 


Pol 


JackM>n 


.lack'-on 


Nicolet 


Nicolol 


State Line 


Freeliorn 


Aujtin C.v.'rt Hou 


,C luM 


Janesvillc 


Waneka 


Niningrr 


Dakota 


Steele Center 


Steele 


Au.ttralia 




.lefliraon 


Wii. 


Nnrtl,l,.-ld 


Rice 


Sterling 


Blue K.irll. 


Kahala 




Jud«.n 


Blu.lOartb 


Nnrth Murrcu 


Wintna 


Stewanvillo 


Olm.noad 


llaldwvn 


1 


K»li»eh 


^Stt'an.1 


Norway 


(iooilhue 


Stillwater 


Wa.h.i^ton 


ll.mkiton 




Kandolta 


Stcarnn 


Nunda 


Freeborn 


Storktou 


Uinouai Ilanner 




KaKota 


Le Sueur 


Oakdale 


Wu»h<ni;!on 


Stin.n. r 


Freeborn I Ha rk.idal^ 


w"inl.'t 


Kel." 


Sibley 


Oak Glen 


Siiele 


S.nrise C.ty 


Chisii^oj lUroeii' Stir* 


T.-.hemiB 


Kennobfc 


Stearns 


Oak ()r..vc 


Rams.v 




Nicole! 1 lUtuKville 


I'ant 


Ken- .11 


Goodhue 


Oik Uid-o 


Winona 


Swau l>ake 


F.iribAult IUttUtl..ld 


Newl 


Kilkenny 


L- Sueur 


OI'irlie'B Corner 


• C»rvcr 


Swan River 


Morri..on] llavSprinsM 


T .hem if 


Kingiton 


M.Mk.r 




Fillmore 


SwauseT 


Stpilei Heaver Dtni 
Hennepin llelferuntaioi 


Cl< 


LaCro-.-.nt 


HooMnn 


Ok.noan 


Wa.ieka 


Tamarack 


ChocU 


Lafayette 


NiroN't 


Old Abe 


W«b«.liaw 


Taylor'* Fall. 


W.^hlngton 


I'.euela 


Ciukaai 


Lake City 


Wal.»-baw 


Ourota 


Saint Louli 


Tinhnnten 


Mnrlln 


Itentoa 


Vni 


Lake Murr'.ld 


Mreker 


Oral 


Lt.Sue..r 


Tivoli 


lllueK.»rth 


l<olhi«da 


Wirr 


L»ko Land 


Wafhmzton 


OrUndx 


Sherhuro* 


Tirah 


Si earn. 


lleHehem 


M^r»h. 


Lake Tu MB 


('«rT«r 


Oroaoco 


Ulm<toaJ 


Trarem^MSWax 


N.eoloi 


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POST OFFICES — JIISSISSIPPI. 



'ost Of lice. 

Ibec Valley 
by Fork 
Creek 
I Oak 



,0k Hawk 
ick Laa.1 
ok Water 
ek Wells 



Coiiiitt/. 

Noxuhea 

Itawamba 

Yal.ibusha 

Kemper 

Harrisou 

Carroll 

Tishemingo 

Kemper 

Choctaw 

Attala 

Pike 

Itawamba 

Bjlivar 



Jvar C. H. 


Bolivar 


ton's Depot 


Hinds 


le Yard "^ 


Tishemingo 


rina 


Warren 


ineville 


Tishemingo 


ulingreen 


Holmes 


.ndoa 


Rankin 


Ckley 


Jackson 


ilgeport 


Simpson 


ok Haveu 


Lawrence 


lokviUe 


Noxubee 


wnsville 


Hinds 


lathnna 


Wayne 


.k Creek 


Green 


tk Horn 


Winston 


pna Vista 


Chickasaw 


falo 


Wilkinson 


rkleys 


Jasper 


leomb 


Pontotoc 


nker Hill 


Smith 


^kittsviUe 


Attala 


nsville 


Tishemingo 


tonia 


Washington 
Tishemingo 


ton's 


ton ton 


Capiho 


tahatchic 


Monrie 


lalia 


Marshall 


lum's Creek 


Panola 


am 


Hinds 


i-yah 
erata 


Choctaw 




Tishemingo 


idonia 


Lowndes 


loun 


Men roe 


ert's Store 


Kemper 


argo 


Monroe 


Wen 


Madison 


ipbellton 


Itawamba 


laan 


Tippah 


ton 


Madison 


iilf 


Warren 


ile's Mills 


Perry 


)Iina 


Tishemingo 


>lina Landing 


Washin^'ton 


.lltOQ 


CafroU 


ion's Landing 


Bolivar 


-ersvllle 


Tishemingo 


base 


Leake 


!yville 


Copiah 


»ell 


Lafayette 




Rankin 




Hinds 


irBlnff 


Oktibbeha 


tral Academy 


Panola 


Iter 


Attala 


terHill 


De Soto 


terville 


Amite 


Ivo 


Carroll 


rlestoa 


TdUahatchee 


wata 


Pike 


rry Creek 


Pontotoc 


rry Hill 


Calhoun 


sterville 


Pontotoc 


ckasaw Mill3 


Chickasaw 


la Grove 


Pike 


cehama 


Tallahatchee 


otaw Agency 


Oktibbeha 


otaw Ridge ' 


Choctaw 


lahoma 


Marshall 


nkcyvillo 


Lauderdale 


rch Hill 


Jefferson 


borne 


Jasper 


'sviUa 
ton 


'iZt 


krum 


Dj Soto 


adeliah 


Neshoba 


eeville 


Yalabasha 


1 Spring 


Wilkinson 


1 Water 


Marshall 


ejte Hill 


Lafayette 


i's Creek 


Yalabusha 


imbia 


Marion 


Umhus 


Lowndes 


10 Depot 


Panola 


cord 


Calhoun 


cordia 


Bolivar 


lehatta 


Newton 


erly'3 


Pike 



Post OJice. 



County. 
Leake 



Nox 



Hinds 



Conway 
CooksviUe 
Coonewar 
Cooper's Well 
Coopwood 

Ooruersville Marshall 

Oorinth Tishemingo 

Corona Pontotoc 

Cotton Gin Port Monroe 

Cotton Plant Tappah 

County Line Newton 

Cow Creek Kemp. 

Crawfordsville Lownd 

Cross Ridg! Tisheminj. 

Crystal Springs Copiah 

Cuba Attain 

CummingSTillo Itawamba 

Daleville Lauderdal 

Dallas Lafayette 

Dal ton Chicasaw 

Damascus Scott 
D ineville 

Danville T 

Davisvllle Jasper 

Deasoaville Yaioo 

Decatur New 

Deer Creek Issaiuena 

De Kal Kemper 

Delay Lafayette 
Delta 

De Soco Clark 

De Soto Front De Soto 

Dido Choctaw 

Dixon Neshoba 

Doolittle Station Newton 

Dov«r Yazoo 

Double Springe Oktibbeha 

Dry Creek Covington 

Dry Grove Hinds 

Dry Run Tishemingo 

Duck HiU Carroll 

D-'blin Choctaw 

Dumas Tippah 

Dumbarton Issaquena 

Darant Holmes 

Karly Grove Marshall 

Eastport Tishemingo 

Ebenezer Holmes 

Edg-field Attala 

Edinburg Leake 

Kdward's Depot Hinds 

Eggs Point Washington 

Egypt Chickasaw 

Elder's Ferry Jackson 

Elliott Carroll 

Ellistown Pontotoc 

Ellisville Jones 

Elm Grove De Soto 

Emory Holmes 

Kuergy Clark 

Enon Perry 

Enterprise Clark 

Eolia Tallahatchee 

Erata Jones 

Erin Calhoun 

Etchoma Jasper 

Eucutta Wayne 

Eudora De Soto 

Eulogy Holmes 

Eureka Panola 

Evergreen Newton 

Fair River Lawrence 

Fairmount Smith 

Fame Choctaw 

Fannin R^mkin 

Farmington Tishemingo 

Fayette Jeflcrson 

Fearn's Springs Winston 
Fli wellen's y. Roads De Soto 

Flint Creek Harrison 

Flower's Place Smith 

Fordsville Marion 

Forest Scott 

Fort Adams Wilkinson 

Fort Stepl'.en'ii Kemper 

Fredonia Pontotoc 

French Camp Choctaw 

Friar's P.iint Coahoma 

Friendship Franklin 

Fulton Itawamba 

Gainsville Hancock 

Gallatin Copiah 

Garlandvillc Jasper 

Garner's Station Yalabusha 

Garvin's Ferry Sun Flower 

Gatewood Yalabusha 

GeorgetowB Copiah 

Gerenton Carroll 

Gholson Noxubee 

Glencoe Bolivar 

Goodman Holmes 

Qoshcn Spriaj* Ra ikin 



Post OJiee. 



Count!/. 



Grand Gulf Claiboi 

Graysport Yulabus 
Grenada 

Greenleaf De St 

Green Plains Chiekas, 

Greeusborou-h Chocti 

Greenville ~ Washington 

Greenwood C.irro' 

GoodHope Leake 

Haboloehitto Hanco. 

Hamburg Frankl 

HamiUon Morir 

Handsboro' Harrisc 

Harrisville Simpson 

Hay's Creek Ca " 

Hazle Green Tishem 

Hazlehurst Copiah 

Herbert Neshoba 

Hernando De Soto 

Hickory Nev 

Hickory Flat Tippah 

Hickory Plains Tishemingo 

High Hill Leak 

Highland Tisheming 

Hills Bluff Neshob; 

Hillsboro' Scott 

Hoheiihnden Chickasaw 

Holly Retreat Wilkinson 

Holly Springs Marshall 

HolmesviUe Pik 

Holt Jaspe 

Homewood Scot 

Ijomoehitto Franklin 

Hope Hill p,ke 

Hopewell Chickasaw 
Hopewell Church Wilkinson 

Hopson's Coahoma 

Horn Lake De Soto 

Houlka Chickasaw 
Houston 

Hudsonville Marshall 

Huntsville Choctaw 

Hurricane Warren 
Ingraham 

Tippah 
Tishemingo 



luka 
Jacinto 

Jackson Hinds 

Jackson's Point Adams 

Jaynesville Covington 

Jefferson Carroll 

Jonesboro' Tippah 

Jones' Mills Yalabusha 

Keel Boat Panola 

Kellis' Store Kemper 

Kilmichael Choctaw 

Kingston Adams 

Kirkwood Madison 

Knoxville Franklin 

Kosciusko Attala 

Kossuth Tishemin'-o 

Licey Holmes 
Lafayette Springs Lafayette 

Lake Scott 

Lake Como Jasp r 
Lake Washington Washington 

Lamar Marshall 

Last Chance Carroll 
Lauderdale Station Lauderdale 

Laurel Hill Neshoba 

LeakesviUe Greene 

Lebanon Tippal, 

Leflore Carroll 

Lexington C. H. Holmes 

Liberty Amite 

Liberty Uill La Fayette 

ghtville Marion 

LinJen Copiah 

Line Creek Oktibbeha 

Line Store Copiah 

Little Black Choctaw 

Lit le Spring Franklin 

Livingston Madison 

Lobjtehcr Winston 

Loor.ahoma De Soto 

Lodi Choctaw 

Long Branch Oktibbeha 

Longiown Panola 

Lookilena Lan.lerdale 

^ouisville Winston 

.udlow Scott 

McOall's Creek Franklin 

McLean's Store Tippah 

McLeod'a Greene 

McNutt Sun Flower 

Mackesville Clark 

Macon Noxubee 

Madison Station Madis m 

Magnolia Pike 

Maple Spriugi Lafayette 

Marietta Itawamba 

Million Lauderdale 



Post 0/ji 



County. 



Marion Station L 
Mark Well Li 

Mashulaville N 

Mayhew's Station 
He 



ider 



iridian 



City 



jljt.« 

LowndiB 

Franklin 

Lauderdale 

Carroll 

Bolivar 

Warren 

Harrison 



hell's ;/! Roads 

Tallahatehi* 

Tippah 

Perry 

Rankii, 

Choctaw 

Lawrence 

Chickasaw 

Jasper 

Marshall 

Itawamba 

Scott 

Sun Flower 

Covington 

Copiah 

Yalabusha 

Covington 

De Soto 

Simpson 

Adams 

Neshola 

Pontotofl 

Simpacn 

Newton 

Winston 

Wilkinson 

Attala 



Molino 

Monroe 

Monterey 

Monte Vista 

Mouticello 

Montpclier 

Montrose 

Moody 

Moorville 

Morton 

Mount Bayou 

Mount Carmel 

Mount Hope 

Mount Nebo 

Mount Olive 

Mount Visca 

Mount Zion 

Nate he/, 

Neshoba Springs 

New Albany 

New Dublin 

New Ireland 

New Prospect 

Newtonia 

Newtonsville 

North Mount Pleasant 

Marshall 
Noxapater Winston 

Oak !• arm Itawamba 

Oak Grove 
Oakland 
Oakland College 
Oakley 



Oak Vale 

Ocean Springs 

Okolona 

Old Hickory 

Old Town Creek 

Olive Branch 

Orizaba 

Osyka 

Owenton 

Oxford 

rk 

Palmetto 
Palo A' to 
Panola 
Paris 

Parkerville 
Pasoagoula 
Pass Christian 
Paulding C. H 
Peach Creek 
Pearl River 
Pearl Valley 
Peden 
Pensacola 
Percy's Creek 
Philapelphia 
Phosnix Mills 
Pickens' Station 
Pierce Springs 
Pigeon Roost 
Pine Bluff 
Pine Grove 
Pine Ridge 
Pine Valley 
Pineville 
Pinnellville 
Pittsborough 
Plattsbur; 
Plantersville 
Pleasant Hill 
Pleasant Mount 
Pleasant Ridge 
Pleasant Springs 
Pleasantnn 

itWorthingto 

PolkviUe 
tocola 
Pontotoc 
Pope's Depot 
Poplar Creek 
Poplar Spring 
Port Gibson 
Post Oak 
I'r lirie Line 
Prairie Point 



Marshall 

Yalabusha 

Claiborne 

Choctaw 

Covington 

Lawrence 

Jackson 

Chickasa-w 

Simpson 

Pontotoc 

De Solo 

Tippah 

Pike 

Jones 

Lafayette 

Itawamlu 

Pontotoc 

Chickasaw 

Panola 

Lafaj-ette 

Noxub.e 

Jackson 

Harrison 

Jasp.r 

Pano:» 

Copiah 

Neshola 

Kemper 

Leake 

Wilkinson 

Neshob . 

Attala 

Holme« 

Clark 

Choetlw 

Copiah 

Tippah 

Copiah 

Yalabusha 



Smith 

Joucs 

Calhoun 

Winston 

Itawamba 

DeSjIc. 

Panola 

Tippah 

Kemper 

Itawamba 

Washington 

Smith 

Pontotoc 

Panola 
Chcc aw 
Pontoor 
Claibor.r 
Y'alahu^hn 
Ja.pcr 
Nozutiec 




POST OFFICES MISSOURI, 



Robsiin's Lauding 

Roek.'ort 

Rocky Ford 

Rocky Hill 

Rocky Mount 

Rocky Point 

Rocky Spring 

Rodney 

Rome 

Kosalee 

Rose Dale 

Ruckersville 

Rushing's Store 

Ryan's Well 

Sa,'.v lie 

Salem 

Saltillo 

Saunder's Creek 

Saudifer'3 Mills 

Santue 

Sardia 

Sarepta 

Satartia 

Scales 

Scoolia 

Sebastopol 

Senatahoba 

Shady Grove 

Sharon 

Shelby Creek 

Shell Mound 

Sherman Hill 

Shieldsboro' 

Shoobota 

Short Branch 

Shufordsville 

Shuqualak 

Sidon 

Siloam 

Silver Springs 

Singleton 

Skipwith's L 

Slate Spring 

Smithdale 

Smith's Mills 

Smith's Storo 

Smithsvillo 

Snow Creek 

Sparta 

Spluug 

Spring Cottage 

Spring Dale 

Springport 

Spring Ridge 

Spring Valley 

Standing Pinu 

Star Place 

Starkville 

State Line Station 

Statcland 

Steam Mill 

Steclville 

Stocn'8 Creek 

Sucarnochee 

Sulphur Springs 

Summit 

Sunflower Landing 

Swan Lake 

Tacaluch.) 

Talibenela 

Tallahala 

Tallalooba 

Tallulfth 

Tarn pi 00 

TardyTllle 

Taylor'i Depot 

TiylorsvlUc 



Kemper 

Tippah 

Panola 

Coahoma 

Copiah 

Pontotoc 

Marion 

Kemper 

Attal; 

Claiborn 

Jefferson 

Winston 

Harrison 

B^ 

Tippah 

LauderdaU 

ItawambJ 

LauderdaU 

Tippal 

Itawamba 

Simpson 

Copiah 

Covington 

Panola 

Calhou 

Yazoo 

Marshal 

Kempei 

Scott 

De Soto 

Jasper 

Madison 

Tippah 

Sun Flower 

Scott 

Hancock 

Clark 

Calhoun 

Coahoma 

Noxubee 

Carroll 

Oktibbeha 

Tippah 

Winston 

ding Isaquena 

Calhoun 

Amite 

Carroll 

Jones 

Monroe 

Marshall 

Chickasaw 

Monroe 

Marlon 

Lafayette 

Panola 



erry 
Thomastown 
Tibby Station 
Tiro 

Toccopola 
Toland's Depot 
Torrance 
Tremont 
Trenton 
Tripoli 
"" oy 

Try Again 
Tunica 
Tupelo 
"■ kland 
Turnersville 
Tuscahoma 
Twistwood 
Union 
Union Church 

Union Mills 

Utica 
Valley Hill 

Van fiuren 

Vaiden 

Vaughn's Station 

Vernal 

Vernon 

Verona 

Veto 

Vicksburg 

Vinton 

Wahalack 

Wahalack Station 

Wake Robin 

Wallersville 

A^ all Hill 

Wall's Store 

Walnut Grove 

Warrenton 

tVashington 

Waterford 

Water Valley 

Watson 

Waynesboro' 

Webster 

Weuona 

West Pascagoula 

West Point 

West's Station 

Westville 

Whitefield 

White Land 

Wilcox 

Williamsburg 
nchester 
nona 

Woodlawn 

Woodville 

Wyatt 

Yazoo City 

Yocony 

Zi'o'n Hill 
Zion Seminary 



County. 

Holmes 
Monroe 
Carroll 
Hinds 
Leake 
Lowndes 
Marshall 
Pontotoc 
Lowndes 
Yalabusha 
Itawamba 
Smith 
Tishemingo 
Yalabusha 
Perry 
Tunica 
Itawamba 
Pontotoc 
Jasper 
Tallahatchee 
Jasper 
Newton 
Jefferson 
Tippah 
Hinds 
Carroll 
Itawamba 
Carroll 



St 



Hinds 



Cho 



Choc 

Oktiliheha 

Ivankin 

Keuipo 

Madisoi 

Pik 

Coahi>ma 

M;n- 



Oktibbeha 

Pontotoc 

Lafayette 

Smith 



G: 

Madison 
Itawamba 
Frankl 

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 

Ashton 

Astoria 

Athens 

Atlanta 

Auburn 

Augusta 

Austin 

Avery 

Avilla 

Avoca 

Ayessville 

Baden 

Bailey's Creek 

Bairdstowu 

Baker's Grove 

Baruesville 

Barret's Station 

Barry 

Basin Knob 

Bauff 

Bay 

Bear Creek 

Bear Creek Station 

Beaufort 

Beaver Spring 

Bedford 

Beece 

Bee Hive 

Bee Ridge 

Belew's Creek 

Bell Air 

Bellemonte 



Missouri. 



Post Office. 

Acorn Ridge 

Acasto 

Akron 

Alamodo 

Alba 

Albany 

Alanthws Orovo 

Alematli 

Alexander's Mills 

Ali'xandria 

Alli'M 

Allendiilo 
Allentou 
Alma 



Argo 
Arno 

Arrow Rock 
Ashbura 



Stoddard 

Clarke 

Han 

Reynolds 

U entry 

Ozark 

B.iiton 

Clarke 

Randolph 

Gentry 

St, Louts 

Wright 

Newton 

Grundy 

Perry 

Oregon 

Andrew 

: Girardeau 

PeltiH 

Scotland 

Crawford 

Taney 



Bethany C. H. 
Bethel 
Bethpage 
Bible Grove 
Big Tavern 
Big Cedar 
Big Creek 
Big River Mills 
Big Spring 
Billupsville 
Birch Tree 
Bird's Point 
Bishop's Store 
Blackwell's Static 

Blair's Creek 

Bledsoe 

Bloomlield 

Bloom Garden 

Blooming Rose 

Bloomington 

Blue Ridge 

BluB 

Blue Spring 

Blytheville 

Bojuf Creek 

Bolivar 

Bolton 

Boneta 

Bonhomme 

Bonnot'3 

Boone 

Boone's Lick 

Boone ville 

Bottsville 

Bourbon 

Bowdark 

Bower's Mills 

Bowling Green 

BoydsviUe 



Brannansburg 

Braiito 

Breckinridge 

Bridgeport 

Bridgeton 

Brighton 

Bristol 

Brookflold 

Brookvillc 

Brown 

Brownsville 

Brunot 

Brunswick 

Brush Crcfk 

Brj.B 



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 

Jackso 

Johnson 

St. Francis 

Montgomery 

Scotlan" 

Oregoi 

Mississippi 



Post Office. 

uchanan 
ucklin 
uck Snort 
Buflalo 
Bull Mills 
nker Hill 
rbois 

tier C. H, 
Buttsville 
jmville 

Cadet 

Cahoka 

Cainesville 

Cairo 

Caledonia 

Calhoun 

California 

Callao 

Calvy 

Cambridge 

Camden 

Camdeu Point 

Cameron 

Campbelton 

Canaan 

Creek 
Cane Hill 
Canton 
Cap Au Gris 



Christif 
Dalli , 

TantI* 
Lew 

Frankl: 

Bat 

Grund 

Charitt 

Mavit 

Wash 



Cl.irl 



Ha 



Hem 
Moi 

Mac< 

Frankl 

Salii 

Ra 

Plat 

ClinK 

Frankl! 

Gasco 

Butl. 

Cedt \ 

Lew 

Lin col 



CapeGirardean CapeGirardes 
Capp's Creek J,,...-.- 



Car 



Carlisle 

Carondelet 

Carpenter's Store 

Carrolltou 

Carthage 

Caruthersvillt 

Castle Rock 

CassviUe 

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 

ney 
Chantilly 
Cliapel 
Chapel Hill 

Chariton Mills 

Cliarleston - 

Cheltenham 

Cherry 

Cherry Box 

Clicrry Grove 

Chesapeake 

Chesnut Ridge St. 

Chilhowee 

Chillicothe 

Clarence 

Clarksburg 

Clark's Fork 

Clarksville 

Clay Hill 

Olaysville 

Cleavesvillo 
fty Dale 

Clinton 

Clovcrdale 

Coal Bank 

Coal Hill 

Cogswell's Landing 

Cold Neck 

Cold Si.rings 

Cold Water 

Cole Cam J. 

College Mound 

Colon V 

Columbia 

Columbus 

Commerce 

Competition 

Concord 

Conner's MilN 

Cooke's Stort 

Coon Creek 
Chariton Cooper's Hill 
Laclede 0..pl'nger'.Mi;U 
Salinol Copper Sprinj 



St. Francis 

Shannon 

Hickory 

Stoddard 

Maries 

Texas 

Macon 

Harrison 

Texas 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Franklin 

Polk 

Harrison 

Clarke 

St. Louis 

Osage 

Franklin 

Howard 

Cooper 

L\nn 

Crawford 

(Jreene 

Lawrence 

Pike 

Callaway 

Washington 

Benton 

.rings 

Warren 
Bntler 
Ci 
Caldw 

Cooper 
St. Lou' 

Polk 
Webst 
Linn 
M,-\rt^ 
Odar 
Sail 



Texi 

St. Lou 

Clintc 

Carro 

J as pi 

Pemisci- 

Osai 

Ban^ 

Boiling., 

Tex! 

Frankli 

Ca 

Camdt 

Wrig 

Tex;' 

Nev 

Frankl: 

St. Lou 



Osa( 
Da< 

,i„.-ol 



,ite. 
P^i" 



Mavi. 
Hon> 
Bentt 
C.iop. 
Boot 
J ackM 
Coop. 
MonitM 

wjiyj 

BenU 
Ma«' 
Kne 

^"s"«^ 

LacM 
CalUirt 

Coo]' 
Lafftve 

3*t\,. 

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POST OFFICES MISSOUBI. 




33 


Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


Co,My. 


Post Office. 


Couniy. 


rnelia 


Johnsor 


Finley 


Webste 


r Hickory Creek 


Audraii 


Layton Mills 


Taney 

Montgomery 

Crawford 


rnersville 


Hickory 


Finney's Creek 
Flat Creek 


Salin 


Hickory Hill 


Cole 


Load Creek 


te Sans Dessie 


n Callawaj 


Barrj 


Hickory Port 


Grundv 


Leasburg 


ttlevillo 


St. Charle 


Flat Woods 


Phelp 


Hickory Ridge Cape Girardeal 


Lebanon 


Laclede 


ttonwood Poi 


it Pemisco 


Flint Hill 


St. Charle 


Hickory Spring 


Texas 


LeesviUe 


Henry 
Benton 


ve Creek 


Bate 


Florence 


Morgai 


High Blue 


Gas.- 


Lessley 


V Creek 


Salint 


Florida 


Monro 


High Hill 


Montgomery 


Lesterville 


Reynolds 

Lafayette 

Clay 

St Francis 


w Skin 


Pon^as 


Florisant 


St. Loui 


High Point 


Cole 


Lexington 


ab Orchard 


Floyd's Creek 


Adai 


High Ridge 
Hilt 


Jefferson 


Liberty 


ab Tree 


Greene 


Forest City 


Hoi 


Scotland 


Libertyville 
Lick Creek 


awford Seminary Quawpaw 


Forest Grove 


Mississipp 


Hillsborough 
Hillsboro' Station 


Jefferson 


Ralls 


eve Coeur 


St. Louis 


Forest Home 


Lawrencf 




Licking 


Texaa 


ittenden 


Daviesb 


Forkner'3 Hill 


Laclede 


Hill's Landing 


Carroll 


Linden 


Atcbinson 


escent HiU 


Bates 


Forsyth 


Taney 


Hogle's Creek 
Holden 


St. Clair 


Lindley 


Grundy 

Usage 
Jasper 
Camden 


OSS Plains 


Dallas 


Fort Heury 
FourcheaRenau 


Randolph 


Johnson 


Linn 


OSS Roads 


St. Francis 


ItWashington 
Dunklin 


Holstein 


Warren 


Linn Mills 


ha 


Crawford 


Four Mile 


Honey Creek 


McDonald 


Linn Creek 


ivre 


Lincoln 


Fox Creek 


St. Louis 


Hopewell 


Mississippi 


Linnens 


Linn 


rran 


Stone 


Frankford 


Pike 


Hopewell Furnace Washington 


Liston 


Lafavette 


press 


Scott 


Franklin 


Howard 


Houston C.H. 


Texas 


Little Be.aver 


Taney 

Ripley 

Audrian 


3ss Timbers 


Hickory 


Fredericksburg 


Osage 


Howard Corner 


Grundy 


Little Block 


desviUe 


Dade 


Fredericktown 


Madison 


Howard's Mills 


St. Clair 


Littleby 


lias 


Greene 


Freedom 


Lafayette 


Howe's Mill 


Dent 


Little Niagara 


Camden 


nville 


Montgomery 
Randolph 


French Point 


Jasper 


Hugginsville 


Gentry 


Little Osage 


Bates 


rksviUe 


French Village 


St. Francis 


Humansville 


Polk 


Little Pinly 


Pulaski 


wn 


Livingston 


Fulton 


Callaway 


Humboldt 


Pulaski 


Little York 


Greene 


i'ton 


Cass 


Gadfly 


Barry 


Hunnewell 


Shelby 


LittsviUe 


Noddaway 
Livingston 


Pulaski 


Gainesville C.H 


Ozark 


Huntingdale 


Henry 


Livingston 


caturville 


Camden 


Galena 


Stone 


Huntsville 


Randolph 


Locust Hill 


Knox 


er Water 


Henry 


Gallatin 


Daviess 


Hutton Valley 


Howell 


Locust Ridge 


St. Francis 


erfield 


Vernon 


Gasconade Ferry 


Gasconade 


Hydesburg 


Rails 


Loeustville 


Putnam 


er Ridge 


Lewis 


Gates 


McDonald 


latan 


Platte 


Logan's Creek 


Reynolds 
Morgan 
Jackson 


Kulb 


Buchanan 


Gatewood 


Ripley 


Iberia 


Miller 


Lone Grove 


ntC. H. 


Dent 


Gath 


Jefferson 


Independence 


Jackson 


Lone Jack 


nt's Station 


St, Francis 


Gay 


Daviess 


Indian Creek 


Monroe 


Lone Oak 


Bates 


Soto 


Barton 


Gayoso 


Pemiscot 


Indian Ford 


Stoddard 


Long Branch 


Monroe 


Peres 


St. Louis 


Gentryville 


Gentry 


Irish Grove 


Atchison 


Loni Hollow 


Lawrence 


Witt 


Carroll 


Georgetown 


Pettis 


Irondale 


Washington 
Franklin 


Longwood 


Pettis 


mond Grove 


Jasper 


Glasgow 


Howard 


Iron Hill 


Loomesville 


McDonald 


io 


Livingston 


Gleucoe 


St. Louis 


Iron Mountain 


St. Francis 


Loose Creek 


Hordt 


Ion 


Crawford 


Globe 


Johnson 


Ironton C. H. 


Iron 


Lost Camp 


j«ood Grove 


Morgan 


Golden Grove 


Barton 


Isabella 


Ozark 


Lost Branch 


Lincoln 


aiphan C. H. 


Ripley 


Gooch'sMiU 


Cooper 


Island City 


Gentrv 


Lot's Grove 


Gentry 
Pike 


iglasa 


Gentry 


Goodland 


Knox 


Jackson Cape Girardeau 


Louisiana 


rer 


Lafayette 
Pettis 


Goodwin Mills 


Ralls 


Jackson's Corners 


Sullivan 


Louisburg 


Dallas 


sden 


Graham 


Noddaway 


Jacksonville 


Randolph 


Louisville 


Lincoln 


Creek 


Crawford 


Granby 


Newton 


Jake's Creek 


Texas 


Loutre 


Audrian 


Fork 


J.asper 


Grand Falls 




Jake's Prairie 


Gasconade 


Loutre Island 


Warren 


Glaze 


Laclede 


Grant's HiU 


Gentry 


James's Bayou 


Jlississippi 


Love 


Macon 


%n^.' 


Ripley 


Granville 


Monroi 


Jamesport 


Daviess 


Lowell 


Holt 


Vernon 


Grassy Creek 


Livingston 


Jamestown 


Moniteau 


Lowndes 


Wavne 


Idas 


Buchanan 


Gravel Road Cape Girar'deau 


Japan 


Franklin 


Low Wassie 


Oregon 

Nod?a^w^I? 
Barry 

Macon 


idee 


Franklin 


Graves' Mills 


Morgan 


Jasper 


Jasper 


Lucas 


ikle'3 Store 


Lawrence 


Gray's Summit 


Franklin 


Jefferson Barracks 


St. Louis 


Lutzton 


iksburg 


Pettis 


Greene 


Bollinger 


Jefferson City 


Cole 


McDowell 




Benton 


Green Castle 


Sullivan 


Jefferson Mills 


Jefferson 


Macon City 


gan's Creek 


Lewis 


Green Dale 


Camden 


Jeffriesburg 


Franklin 


Madison 


Monroe 


le 


Harrison 


Greenfield 


Dade 


Jericho 


Laclede 


MadisonviUe 


Rails 


ton 


Buchanan 


Green Hill 


Montgomery 


Jobe 


Oregon 


Mahon's Creek 


Shannon 


nomy 


Macon 


Greenland 


Boone 


John's Branch 


Audrain 


Man-Chester 


St. Louis 


na 


Knoj 


Green Ridge 


Pettis 


Johnstown 


Bates 


Mandeville 


Carroll 


nburg 


Grundy 


Greensburg 


Knox 


Joka 


Jasper 


Manlius 




HiU 


Reynolds 


Greentou 


Lafayette 


Jonesboro' 


Saline 


Manton 


Daviess 




Christian 


Green Top 


Schuyler 


Jones' Point 


Holt 


Maramac 


Crawford 


Dorado 


Clarke 


Greenville 


Wavne 


Jones' Tanyard 


Callaway 


Marble Creek 


Iron 


Creek 


Texas 


Greenwood Valley 


JonesviUe 


Cass 


Marion 


Cole 


Fork 


Bates 


GrubviUe 


Franklin 


Kansas 


Jackson 


Mai-shall 




Grove 


Lafayette 


Guilford 


Noddaway 


Kaslin 


Iron 


Marsnfield 


Webster 


Mills 


McDonald 


Hager's Grove 


Shelby 


Kelso 


Scott 


Marthasville 


Warren 


Spring 


Chariton 


HainesviUe 


Clinton 


Kendall 


Dun'k'i?^ 


Martin 


Greene 




Hickory 


Halfway 


Polk 


Kennett C. H. 


IMartinsburg 


P^Z 


sville 


St. Louis 


Hall 


Lawrence 


Kent 


Newton 


Martinstowu 


worth 


Texas 


Hallsa's Ferry 


Noddaway 


Kenton 


Christian 


Marvel 


Bates 


"aso 


Atchison 


Hallsville 


Boone 


KeytesviUe 


Chariton 


Maryville 


Noddaway 
Saline 


Grove 


Crawford 


Hamburg 


St. Charles 


Kidder 


Caldwell 


Mattabend 


Spring 


Newton 


Hamilton 


Caldwell 


Kiddville 


Sullivan 


Mattese 


St. Louis 


wood 


Saline 


Hampton 


Platte 


Kimmswick 


Jefferson 


Maysville C. H. 

Medoc 


DeKalb 


on Station 


Cole 


Handy 


Barry 


King's Point 


Dade 


Jasper 


rsoa 


Marion 


Hannibal 


Marion 


Kingston 


Caldwell 


Medora 


Osage 
St. Louis 


nenceC. H. 


Shannon 


Hardin 


Bay 


Kingsville 


Johnson 


Melrose 


lire Prairie 


Andrew 


Harmony 


Washington 


KirksviUe 


Adair 


Memphis 


Scotland 


irprise 


McDonald 


Harrison's Mills 


Crawford 


Kirkwood 


St. Louis 


Menden 


Lawience 






HarrisonviUe 


Cass 


Knob Noster 


Johnson 


VIercer 


Mercer 


I 


Scotland 


Hartford 


Putnam 


Knob View 


Crawford 


Wcxico 


Audrain 


ett 


Cass 


HartviUe 


Wright 


KnoxviUe 


Ray 


Miami 


Saline 


:ka 


6t, Louis 


Hawk Point 


Lincoln 


Labaddie 


Franklin 


Middle Brook 


Iron 


Grove 


Greene 


Hazel Barrens 


Barry 


La Belle 


Lewis 


Middlebury 
Middle Fables 


Mercer 




Clarke 


Hazel Bottom 




Laclede 


Linn 


Scotland 


P'lay 


Polk 


Hazel Green 


Laclede 


Lacon 


Mavies 


Middle Grove 


Monroe 


Point 


Cooper 


Hazel Grove 


Saline 


La Grange 


Lewis 


Middletown 


Montgomery 


View 


Pettis 


Hazel Run Mills 


St. Francis 


Lakenan 


Shelby 


Midway 


Cooper 


ng Spring 


Douglass 


Hazelwood 


Wright 


Lake Spring 


Dent 


Milan 


Sullivan 


ey 


Platte 


Havana 


Gentry 


Lakeville 


Stoddard 


liles Point 


Carroll 


idale 


Moniteau 


Hematite 


Jefferson 


Lamar 


Barton 


Mill Creek 


Ripley 


lington 


St. Francis 


Henderson 


Greene 


jamar's Station 


Noddaway 


MiUersburi; 


Callaway 


ar'sMiU 


Madison 


Henpeck 


Shannon 


;>a Mine 


Cooper 


Mill Port 


Knox 


tte 


Howard 


Hermann 


Gasconade 




Pettif 


Millville 


Linc^otJ 


tteviUe 


Johnson 


Hermitage 


Hickory 


Lancaster 


Schuyler : 


riUwood 


me Osaje 


St. Charles 


Herron 


Camden 


La Plata 


Macon I 


lilton 


Randolph 


on 


St. Louis 


Hester 


Marion 


Lane's Prairie 


Osage 


Mine La Motte 


Madison 


lity 


Jasper 


Hibernia 


Callaway 


Laura 


Scotland 


lineral Point 


AVashington 




Andrew 


Hickory Barren 


Greene 


Laurel HiU 


Perry i 


Uiuerva 


Morgan 



34 



POST OFFICES — MISSOURI. 



Post Offic 



County. 



Wining 

Mint Spring 

Mirabile 

Missouri City 

Missouriton 

Modena 

Jfonagan 

Monroe City 

Montauk 

Montevallo 

Monticello ., . 

Montgomery City Montgomery 

Moor?sville t .„„.=tr,n 



Morsan 

Wright 

Caldwell 

Clay 

t. Charles 

Mercer 

St. Clair 

Monroe 

Texas 

"Vernon 



Morga 

Mornington 

Morrison 

Morse's Mill 

Morristown 

Moscow 

Moss 

Mount Helicon 

Mount Hope 

Mount Sterling 

Mount Vernon 

Mount View 

Mule Creek 

Munger's'Mills 

Muscle Mills 

Myers 

Napoleon City 

Narrows 

; Store 



Livingsto 

Adair 

Webster 

Gasconade 

Jefferson 

Cass 

Greene 

Lafayette 

Franklin 

Lafayette 

Gasci 

Lawrence 

Benton 

Cedar 

Shannon 

Sullivan 

Howard 

Lafayette 

Noddaway 

St. Charles 

Pulaski 

Neely's Landing 

■' Cape Girardeau 

NeelyviUe 
Nelsonville 
Neosho 
Nevada 
■Newark 
New Bloomfield 
New Boston 
New Bremen 
Newcastle 
New Florence 
New Harmony 
New Ha' 



NayL 
Nebo 



Vernon 



Poet Office. 

Pallas 

Palmyra 

Panama 

Paineswick 

Panther Valley 

Papinsville 

Paris 

Parkville 

Pasco 

Paton 

Patterson 

Pattonsburg 

PaulviUe 

Pay Down 

Paynes^ille 

Peakesville 

Pedee 

Pendleton 

Pennville 

Peoples 

Peoria 

Perkin's Creek 

Perryville 

Petra 

Pevely 

Phelps 

Philadelphia 

Philander 

Pierce 

Pigeon Creek 

Pike Creek 

Piketon 

Pilot Grove 

Pilot Knob 

Pinckney 

Pine Bluff 



New Hope 
New London 
New Madrid 
New Market 
New M 



Callaway 

Macon 

St. Genevieve 

Gentry 

Montgomery 

Pike 

Franklin 

Lincoln 

Ralls 

New Madrid 

Platte 

St. Charles 



Offenburg St. Gene 



rtonia 



Ne 
Nc 
■Ne 

New Winchester 
Nineveh 
Noell 
Nobleton 
Norma 
Normandy 
Norris' Fork 



itt 



Jackson 

Newton 

Putnam 

Carroll 

Adair 

Iro 

Ncwto 

Webster 

St. Louis 

Heury 

Linn 



North Point 

North Salem 

North Star 

Novelty 

Oa dale 

Oakfield 

O Grove 

Oak Hill 

Oakland N 

Oak Point 

Oak Ridgo 

Oak wood 

O' Fallon 

Ogdcn 

Ogle's Mills 

Olio 

Old Alexandria 

Old Mines 

Omaha 

Oregon 

Orleans 

Orr 

Osago Bluff 

Osage City 

Osago tork 

Oiiborn 

Osceola 

Otaugo 

Otter Creek 

Ottcrville 

Ovid 

Owiueo 

Owcr.Kville 

Oxford 

OyBtcr 



Holt 

Linn 

Atchison 

Knox 

Shelby 

Franklin 

Jackson 

Gasconade 

Laclede 

Moniteau 

Cape Girardeau 

St. Charles 



Pine Hill 
PineviUe 
Pink Hill 
Pin Oak 
Pisgah 
Pitts 
Pittsburg 
Pittsville 
Plank Road St 
Platin 
Plato 

Platte City 
Platte River 
Plattsburg 
Pleasant Farm 
Pleasant Gap 
Pleasant Green 
Pleasant Hill 
Pleasant Home 
Plensaut Hope 
Pleasant Jfount 
Pleasant Park 
Pleasant Retreat 
Pleasant Ridge 
Pleasant Valley 
Pleasant View 
Plum Creek 
Plum Valley 
Pocahontas Ca 
Point Pleasant 
Poplar Bluff 
Portage Des Siou 
Port Hudson 
Portland 
Port Perry 
Port Royal 
Post Oak 



County. 

Greene 

Marion 

Pulaski 

Mavies 

Webster 

Bates 

Monroe 

Platte 

Dallas 

Bollinger 

Wayne 

Daviess 

Adai: 

Mavie 

Pik. 

Clarki 

• Schuyler 

Warren 

Sul 

Cape Girardeau 

Bates 

Bollinger 

Perry 

Saline 

Jefferson 

Lawrence 

Marion 

Gentry 

Callaway 

Ralls 

Ripley 

Stoddard 

Cooper 

Iron 

Warren 

Pulaski 

Shannon 

McDonald 

Jackson 

Warren 

Cooper 

Warre 

Hickory 



Poet Offic 



Ferry 



Johnson 

Genevieve 

Jefferson 

Texas 

Platte 

Buchanan 

Clinton 

Miller 

Bates I 

Cooper 

Cass 

Putnam 

Polk 

Miller 

Carroll 

Scotland 

Harrison 

Wright 

Ray 



Rice^ 

Rich 

Rich Fountain 

Richland 

Richmond 

Richmond Hill 

Richwoods 

Ridgely 

Ridge Prairie 

Ri£ht Point 

Ring's Point 

Roanoke 

Roaring River 

Robertson's Mill 

Rocheport 

Rochester 

Rock Bridge 

Ruck ford 

Rock Hill 

Rock House Prair 

Rockport 

Rock Spring 

Rocky Mount 

Rolla 

Rome 

Ronda 

Roubidoux 

Round Hill 

Rowletta 

Rucker's Prairie 

Rush Ridge 

Rushville 

Russell's Hill 

Russelville 

Rutledge C. H. 

Sacramento 

Saint Aubert 

St. Catherine 

St. Charles 

St. Clair 

St, Francisville 

St. Genevieve C. 

St. James 
St. John 
St. Joseph 
St. Leger 
St. Louis 
St. Luke 
St. Mark 
St. Mary's 
St. Paul 
St. Peters 
St. Thomas 
Salem 



Cotinty. Post Office. 

Macon 'Sparlinville 
Atchison' Sparta 

Osage I Spencersburg 
Greene I Spring Creek 
Ray Springfield 
Shannon: Spring Fork 
Washington ' Spring Garden 
Platte 1 Spring Grove 
Saline i Spring Hill 
Camden Spruce 
Adair i Stanford 
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Wright 

Callaway 

St. Charles 

Franklin 

Clarke 

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Sturgeon 
Sugar Creek 
Sugar Tree Grove 

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Iphur Springs 
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Sweet Home 

Sylvan 

Syracuse 

Tabo 

Tagart's Mill 

Talladega 

Tallow Hill 

Taos 

Ten Mile 

Third Fork 

Thomasville 

Tiger Fork 

Tinney's Gro's 

Tiptoa 

Tiviot 

Toledo 

Toronto 



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Webster Trail Creek 
Trenton 
St, Genevieve Troy 

Webster I Truxton 
St. Charles jTuckersville 
Cole Tagne 
Linn! TuUvania 
Mercerl Turkey Creek 



New Madrid 

Andrew 

Macon 

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Polk 

Webster 

Crawford 



Cole 

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St. Clair 

Kay 

Wayne 

Co..pir 

Cii-sii 

Sullivan 

(lanci.nade 

Worth 

Lewis 

ChriKlian 

Franklin 



Pottersville 
Prairie Bird 
Prairie City 
Prairie Creek 
Prairie Fork 
Prairie Homo 
Pralrieville 
Preston 

Price's Branch 
Price's Landing 
Princeton 
Prior's Mills 
Prospect Grove 
Prospect Hill 
Providence 
Pryor's Store 



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New Madrid 

Butler 

t St. Charles 

Franklin 

Callaway 

Perry 

Jasper 

Johnson 

Washington 

Howell 

Adair 

Bates 

Osage 

Montgomery 

Johnson 

Pike 

Jasper 

Montgomery 

Scott 

Mercer 

Osiige 

Scotland 

Ray 

Boone 

Taney 

St. Oencvlcvc 

Hickory 

Noddaway 

Randolph 

Mercer 

Callaway 

Reynolds 

Butler 

Callaway 

Noddaway 

Pulaski 

Montgomery 



River 
Sand Hill 
Sandy .Klines 
San Francisce 
Santa Fe 
Sappington 
Sarcoxie 
Sarvis Spring 
Savannah C. H 
Saverton 
Scotland Ridge 
Scottville 
Sedalia 
Seldcn 
Seima 

Sentinel Prairi 
Shady Grove 
Shamrock 



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Sb.'lbi 

Shelbyvillo 
Shibley's Point 
Shields 
Sherwood 
Shoneytown 
Short Bond 
Shotwell 
Sibley 
Sidney 
Sikeston 
Silver Creek 
Smith City 
Smithton 
Smithvil.i) 
Sncll'sMill 
Snibar 
Snow Hill 
Siditudo 
Somorait 
Sou. Creek 
-outh Fork 
South Orovo 
South Point 
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Audrian 
Scotland 
Jefferson 
Carroll 
Monroe 
St. Louis 
Jasper 
Dent 
Andre 
Ral 
Putnam 
Sull 

Pettis 

Douglass 

Jefferson 

e Polk 

Dallas 

Callaway 

Marion 

1 Henry 

Capo Girardeau 

Shelby 



Ada 



Turnback 

Turnersville 

Tuscumbia 

Tyro 

Ulman's Ridgo 

Union 

Union Mills 

Uuionvilla 

Urbana 

Utica 

Valparaiso 

Van Buren 

Vauoill's Landing 
Cap 

Vannoy's Mill 

Vermont 

Verona 

Versailles 

Vera Cnu 

Victoria 

Vienna 

Virginia Mills 

Wadosburg 
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Warsaw 

Washburn Prairi 
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St. Charles 

Schuyler 

Polk 

Marion 

Chariton 

Putnam 

Sullivan 

Osage 

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Bates 

Jackson 

Dunklin 

Marion 

Platte 

Shelby 

Camden 

Morgan 

Vernon 

Wright 

Xoddaway 

' Cedar 

Montgomery 

Greene 

•airie McDonald 

Camden 

Andrew 

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Lewis 
Adair 
Greene 
Clarke 

Henry 

Dent 

Sullivan 

Buchanan 

Wright 

Harrison 

Wright 

Wright 

Monroe 

Oregon 

Macon 

Gasconade 

Warren 

Clarke 

Scotland 

Noddaway 

Phelps 

Gentry 

Audrian 

Franklin 

Stoddard 

Henry 



Bridgewater 

Bristol 

Brookfield 

Brookline 

Campton 

Campton Village 

Canaan 

Candia 



Post Offic 

Alstead 

Alton 

Amherst 

Amoskeag 

AnJover 

Antrim 

Ashuelot 

Atk 

Atk 

Aub„... 

Barnstead 

Harrington 

Bartlett 

Bath 

Bedford 

Bennington 

Benton 

Berlin Falls 

Bethlehem 

BlakeviUo 

Boscawea 

Bow 

Bradford 



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Cheshire 

Belknap 

Hillsboro' 

HilUboro' 

Merrimack 

Hillsboro' 

Cheshire 

Rockingham 

Rockingham 

Rockingham 

Belknap 

Strallord 

Carroll 

Gr,i ton 

Hillsboro' 

Hillsboro' 

Grafton 

Coos 

Grafton 

Cheshire 

Merrimack 

Merrimack 

Merrimack 

Rockingham 

Grafton 

Grafton 

Carroll 

Hillsboro' 

Grafton 

Grafton 

Grafton 

Rockiniham 



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Kpping 

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Exeter 

Farmington 

Fesseuden Mills 

Fishersville 

Fitzwilliam 

Flume 

Franoistown 

Franconia 

Franklin 

Freedom 

Fremont 

George's Mills 

Gilford Villaae 

Gilmanton 



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Grafton 

Rockingham 

Merrimack 

Coos 

Rockingham 

Stratford 

Rockingham 

Merrimack 

Cheshire 

Grifton 

Hillsboro' 

Grafton 

Merrimack 

Ca-roU 

Rocking aam 

Sullivan 

Belknap 

Belknap 



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Merrimack 

Coos 

Belknap 

C;irroll 

Belknap 

CarroU 

Carroll 

Strafford 

Sullivan 

Rockingham 

Chesh 



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Lander 
Lander 
Ormsby 
AVashoe 
Lyon 
Esmeralda 
Washoe 
Dougla- 

Hum'boldt 

Lander 

Lander 

Douglas 

Humboldt 

Lyons 

Churchill 

Lander 

Humboldt 

Lander 

Churchill 

Humboldt 
Carson 
Washoe 



Hampshire 



Candia Village 

Canterbury 

Carroll 

Center Barnstead 

Center Conway 

Center Harbor 

Center Ossipee 

Center Sandwich 

Center Strafford 

Charlestown 

Chester 

Chesterfield i^uesnire 

Chesterfield Factory Cheshire 

Chichester Merrimack 

Claremont Sullivan 

Clarksville Coos 

Colebrook Coos 

Columbia Coos 

Concord Merrimack 

Connecticut Lake Coos 

Contoooook Village Jrerrimack 

Conway ' Carroll 

Coos Coos 

Cornish Flat Sullivan 

Crawford's House Coos 

Croyd 



Croyden Flats 
Dal ton 
Danbury 
Danvijle 
Deerfiel 



Sullivan 

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Coos 

Grafton 
Rockingham 
Rockingham 



Deerfield Center Rockingham 



Deering 
Derry 



County. 
Sullivan 
Merrimack 



Dorchester 
Dover 

Downing's Mills 
Drewsville 
Dublin 
Dunbarton 
Ourham 
East Ackworth 
East Anlover 
East Canaan 
East Chester 
East Concord 
East Haverhill 

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East Kinision 
East Landatf 
it Lebanon 
.-..Jt Lempster 
East Madison 

last Moultonboro 
-last North wo'id 
East Plaiufield 
East Rochester 
East Sandbornton 
East Sullivan 
East Unity 
East Wakefield 
East Washington 
East Woare umsuoro- 

East Westmoreland Cheshire 
Eaton Center Carroll 

Effingham Carroll 

Effingham Falls Carroll 

Ellsworth Grafton 

Enfield Grafton 



Hillsboro' 
Rockingham 
Rockingham 
Grafton 
StraBord 
Strafford 
Cheshire 
Cheshire 
Merrimack 
Strattord 
Sullivan 
Merrimack 
Grafton 
Rockingham 
Merrimack 
Grafton 
Cheshire 
Rockingham 
Grafton 
Grafton 
Sullivan 
Carroll 
' Carroll 

Rockingham 
Sullivan 
Strafford 
Belknap 
Cheshire 
Sullivan 
Carroll 
Sullivan 
Hillsboro 



Gilsum 

Golf's Falls 

Goflstown 

Goffstown C 

Gonie 

Gorham 

G..sheu 

Grafton 

Grafton Center 

Grantham 

Great Falls 

Greenfield 

Greenlan 

Gr 

Gr 

Grove ton 

Hampstead 

Hampton 

Hampton Falls 

Hancock 

Hanover 

Hanover Center 

Harrisville 

Haverhill 

Haverhill Center 

Hebron 

Henniker 

Hill 

Hillsboro' 

„...jboro' Bridge 

Hillsboro' Center 

Hinsdale 

Uolderness 

HoUis 

Hookset 

Hopkinton 

Horn's Mills 

Hudson 

Jackson 

Jaflfrey 

Jefferson 

Jefferson Mills 

Keeue 



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Hillsboro 
Hillsboro 
Straffor 



Grafton 

Grafton 

Sulliva 

Stratford 

Hillsboro' 

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Grafton 

Coos 

itockingham 

Rockingham 

Rockingham 

Hillsboro' 

Grafton 

Grafton 

Cheshire 

Grafton 

Grafton 

Grafton 

Merrimack 

Grafton 

Hillsboro' 

Hillsboro' 

Hillsboro' 

Cheshire 

Gra f ton 

Hillsboro' 

Merrimack 

Merrimack 

Carroll 

Hillsboro' 

Coos 

Cheshire 

Coos 

Coos 

Cheshire 

Rockingham' 

Rockingham 

Belknap 

Belknap 

Coos 

Grafton 

Sullivan 

Grafton 

Strafford 

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Kensington 

Kingston 

Laconia 

Lake Village 

Lancaster 

Landafl' 

Langdou 

Lebanon 

Lee 

Leighton's Con 

Lempster 

Lincoln 

Lisbon 

Litchfield 

Littleton 

London 

London Center 



- Bartlett 
Lower Gilmantor 
Lyman 
Lyme 

Lyndebo rough 
ifackerel Corners 
Madison 
Manchester 
Marlborough 



Afill Village 

Milton 

Milton Mills 

Monroe 

Moultonboro' 

Mountain House 

Mount Vernon 

Munsouville 

Nashua 

Nelson 

New Alstead 

New Boston 

Newbury 

New Castle 

NewHamptou 

Newington 

N'ew Ipswich 

New London 

New Market 

Newnort 

Newton 

Newton Depot 

North Barrington 

North Barnstead 

North Branch 

North Boscowen 

North Charleston 

North Chichester 

North Conway 

North Dorchester 

North Dunbarton 

Northfield Depot 

North Grantham 

North Groton 

North Hampton Rockingham 

N.Ham tonDepotRockiugham 

North Haverhill Grifton 

North Lisbon Grafton 

North Littleton Grafton 

N. Londonderry Rockingham 

N. Lyndeboroug'^ ■ 



Sullivan 

Strafford 

Strafford 

Grafton 

CarroU 

Grafton 

Hillsboro' 

Cheshire 

Hillsboro' 

Cheshire 

Cheshire 

Hillsboro' 

Merrimack 

Rockingham 

Belknap 

Rockingham 

Hillsboro' 

Merrimack 

Rockin gham 

Sullivan 

Rockingham 

Rockingham 

S trafford 

Belknap 

Hillsboro' 

Merrimack 

Sullivan 

Merrimack 

Carroll 

Grafton 

Merrimack 

Merrimack 

Sullivan 

Grafton 



North Mon.^c 

North Richmond 

North Salem R 

North Sanbornton 

North Sandwich 

North Strafford 

North Sutton 

Northumberland 

North Wakefield 

North Weare 

North AVolfborough 

Northwood Narrow. 

vr .^- ,. Rockingham 

Nottingh.am Rockingham 

Nottingham Turnpike 

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Orford Grafton 

Orfordville Grafton 

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Cheshire 

Jkingham 

Belknap 

Carroll 

Strafford 

'errimack 

Coos 

Carroll 

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Carroll 



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Pembroke 

Peterboroug 



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Grafton 

Hillsborough 

Grafton 

Merrimack 

Merrimack 

Rockingham 

Merrimack 

Carroll 

1 Belknap 

Grafton 

Grafton 

Hillsboro' 

Carroll 

Carroll 

Hillsboro' 

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Marlborough Depot Cheshire 



Marl... 

Mason 

Mason Village 

Mast Yard 

Melvin Village 

Meredith Center 

Meredith Villagi 

Meriden 

Middleton 

Milan 

Milford 



Cheshire 

Hillsboro' 

Hillsb ivo' 

Merrimack 

Carroll 

Belknap 

Belknap 

Sullivan 

Strafford 

Coos 

Hillsboro' 



Pittsburg 

Pittsfield 

Plaintield 

Plaistow 

Plymouth 

Pottersville 

Port.^moHth 

Profile Hiuse 

Randolph 

Raymond 

Reed's Ferry 

Richmond 

Rindge 

Rochester 

Rnmney 

Rye 

Salem 

Salem Depot 

Salisbury 

Salmon Falls 

Sanbornton 

Sanbornton Briij 

Sandwich 
.Scytheville 
Seabrook 
Shaker Village 
Shelburn 
South Acworth 
South Carroll 
South Charlestow; 
South Columbia 
South Danburv 
South Deerfield 



Hillsboro' 

Merrimack 

Hillsboro' 

Grafton 

Coos 

Merrimack 

Sullivan 

Rockingham 

Grafton 

Cheshire 

Rockingham 

GraftoB 

Cooi 

Rockingham 

Hillsboro' 

Cheshire 

Cheshire 

Stratford 

Grafton 

Rockingham 

Rockingham 

Rockingham 

Merrimack 

Strafford 

B Iknap 

? Belknap 

Rockingham , 

Carroll 

Merrimack 

Rockingham 

Merrimack 

Coos 

Sullivan 

Ooos 

1 Sullivan 

Coos 

Grafton 

Rockingham 



South Hampton Rockingham 
South Kingston Kockingham 



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South Merrimack Hillsboro 
8outh Newbury Merrimack 
S. New Market Rockingham 
South Stoddard Cheshire 

South Sutton Merrimack 

South Tamworth Carroll 

South Weare Hillsboro' 

South Wolfborough Carroll 
Springfield Sullivan 

Stark Coos 

Stewartstowu Coos 

Stoddard Cheshire 

Strafiord Strafl'ord 

Strafford Blue Hill Strafford 
Strafford Corner Strafford 

Stratford Coos 

Stratham Rockingham 

Sugar Hill Grafton 

Sullivan Cheshire 

Sunapee Sullivan 

Snncook Merrimack 

Surry Ch.'shire 

Sutton Merrimack 

Swanzey Cheshire 

Tamworth Carroll 

Tamworth Iron Works Carroll 
Temple Hillsboro' 

Thornton Grafton 

Thornton's Ferry Hillsboro' 
Troy Cheshire 

Tuftonborough Carroll 

Tniou Carroll 

Unity Sullivan 

Upper Gilmanton Belknap 
Wadley's Falls Strafford 

Wakefield Carroll 

Walpole Cheshire 

Warner Merrimack 

Warren Grafton 

Washington Sullivan 

Water Village Carroll 

Weare Hillsboro' 

Weir's Bridge Belknap 

Wentworth Grafton 

Wentworth's Location Coos 
West Alton Belknap 

ft^eat Andover Merrimack 

West Boscawen Merrimack 
West Campton Grafton 

West Canaan Grafton 

West Claremont Sullivan 

West Concord Merrimack 

West Enfield Grafton 

West Epping Rockingham 
West Hampstead Rockingham 
West Henniker Merrimack 
West Hopkinton Merrimack 
West Lebanon Grafton 

West Littleton Grafton 

West Milan Coos 

West Milton Strafford 

Westmoreland Cheshire 

Westmoreland Depot Cheshire 
West Northwood Rockingham 
West Nottingham Rockingham 
West Osaipee Carroll 

West Peterborough 

Hillsborough 
West Plymouth Grafton 

Westport Cheshire 

West Rumney Grafton 

West Salisburv Merrimack 

West Springfield Sullivan 

West Stewairtsou Coos 

West Swanzey Cheshire 

West Thornton Grafton 

West Wilton Hillsboro' 

West Windham Ruekiugimm 
Whitefield Coos 

White Mountain House Coos 
Wilmot Merrimack 

Wilmot Flats Merrimack 

Wilson'sCrossingRockingham 
Wilton Hillsboro' 

Winchuater Cheshire 

Windham Rockingham 

Windham Depot Ruckinghiim 
Wolfborough Carroll 

Woodstock (Jrafton 

Woodsville Grafton 



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Allumuchy Warren 

AUentowu Monmouth 



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Allowaystown Salem 

Andover Sussex 

Anthony Hunterdon 

Arneytown Burlington 

Asbury Warren 

Atlantic Citr Atlantic 

Atsion ■ Burlington 

Auburn Salem 

Augusta Sussex 

Baker's Basin Mercer 

Baptistown Hunterdon 

Bargaintown Atlantii 

Barnegat Ocean 

Barnsborough Gloucester 

basking Ridge Somerset 

Batsto Burlington 

Bayonne Hudson 

Beatystown Warren 

Beemerville Sussex 

Beesley's Point Cape May 

Belleville Essex 

Belvidere Warren 

Bennett's Mills Ocean 
Bergen Iron Works 

Bergen Point Hudson 

Berkshire Valley Morris 

Bethlehem Hunterdon 

Bevan'3 Sussex 

Beverly Burlington 

Black's Mills Monmouth 

Blackwoodstown Camden 

Blairstown Warren 

Blawanburg Somerset 

Bloomfield Essex 

Bloomingdale Passaic 

Bloomsburg Hunterdon 

Boonton Morris 

Bordentowa Burlington 

Boundbrook Somerset 

Brainard's Warren 

Branchville Sussex 

Bridgeboru Burlington 

Bridgeport Gloucester 

Bridgeton Cumberland 

Bridgeville Warren 
Broadway 
Brotzmanville 

Brown's Mills Burlington 

Buckshuten Cumberland 

Budd's Lake Morris 

Burlington Burlington 

Caldwell Essex 

Calno Warren 

Camden Camden 

Canton Salem 

Cape Island Cape May 

Cape May ' ' 

Carlstadt Bergen 
Carpenter's Landing 

Gloucester 

Carpentcrsville Warren 

Cassville Ocean 
Cedar Creek 

Cedarville Cumberland 

Centerville Hunterdon 

Changewater Warren 

Chapel Hill Monmouth 

Chatham Morris 

Cherryville Hunterdon 

Chester Morris 

Chetwood Burlington 

Chew's Landing Camden 

Cinnaminsou Burlington 

Clarksboro' Gloucester 

Clarksburg Monmouth 

Clarksville Hunterdon 

Clinton " 
Clinton Station 

Olostcr Bergen 

Clove Sussex 

Clover Hill Hunterdon 

Cokesburg " 

Cold Spring Capo May 

Culesville Sussex 

0(dt'a Neck Monmouth 

Columbia Warren 

Columbus Burlington 

C<iok3town " 

Copper HiU Hunterdon 

Qrauberrv Jliddlesex 

OrancHville Union 

(/"resykill Bergen 

<;rijiH Kevi Camden 

CrosnWi'tks Burlington 

Croton Hunturdon 

Danville Warren 

Darctown Salom 

Davisvill- Ocean 

DcokertuHii Suiacx 

DcouHta Atlantic 

Deerfield Street Cviniberland 

Delanco Burlington 



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Delaware Station Warren 

Dennisville Cape May 

Denville ^- 

Dias Creek 
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Dov 

Drakestown 

Drakesville 

Dutch Neck 

East Creek 

Eatontown 

Edinburg 

Egg Harbor City 

Elizabeth 

Elizabethport 

Ellisburg 

EUwood 

Elmer 

Englewood 

English Creek 



Mo 
Cape May 
Cumber and 
Morris 



Mercer 

Cape May 

Monmouth 

Mercer 

Atlantic 

Union 

Camden 

Atlautiu 

Salem 

Bergen 

Atlant 



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Englishti 

Estelvi'le 

Everittstown 

Ewing's Neck 

Ewingsville 

Fairmount 

Fairtou 

Farmingdale 

Fellowship 

Fillmore 

Fisherville 

Fishing Creek 

Five Points 

Flaggtown 

Flanders 

FlatbrookvilU 

Flemington 

Florence 

Forest Grove 

Forked River 

Fort Lee 

Franklin 

Franklin Furnace 

Franklinville 

Freedom 

Freehold 

Frenchtown 

Georgetown 

German Valley 

Glassboro' 

Glendale 

Gloucester Citv 

Godwinville 

Goshen 

Gratitude 

Green Bank 

Crcen Creek 

Greensburg 

Green Village 

Greenwich 

Griggstowu 

Groveville 

Hackensack 

Haekettstown 

Haddonfield 

Hainesburg 

Hainesport 

Hainesville 

Hamburg 

Hamilton Square 

Hammontou 

Hancock's Bridge 

Hanover 

Hardingville 

Hardwick 

llarlingeu 

Harmony 

Harrison 

Harrisonvillu 

High Bridge 

Hightstown 

Hobokeu 

Hohokus 

Holland 

Holmdel 

Hornerstown 

Hope 

Hopewell 

Howard 

Hudson City 

Hurffville 

Imloystown 

Irvington 

Jackaon 

JaekBonville 

Jacobstown 

Jamcsburg 

Jomoy City 

Jabs town 

JuhnHonburg 

JuliustowD 



Monmouth 

Atlantic 

Hunterdon 

Cumberland 

Mercer 

Hunterdon 

Cumberland 

Monmouth 

Burlington 

Monmouth 

Gloucester 

Cape May 

Gloucester 

Somerset 

Morris 

Sussex 

Hunterdon 

Burlington 

Cumberland 

Ocean 

Bergen 

Essex 

Sussex 

Gloucester 

Monmouth 
Hunterdon 
Burlington 
Morris 
Gloucester 
Camdeu 

Bergen 

Cape May 

Sussex 

Burlington 

Cape May 

Mercer 

Morris 

Cumberland 

Somerset 

Mercer 

Bergen 

Warren 

Camden 

Warren 

Burlington 

Sussex 

Mercer 

Atlantic 

Salem 

Morris 

Gloucester 

Warren 

Somerset 

Warren 

Hudson 

Gloucester 

Hunterdon 

Mercer 

Hudson 

Bergen 

Hunterdon 

Monmouth 

Ocean 

Warren 

Mcroer 

Warren 

Camden 

Munmouth 

Essex 

Camdeu 
Burlington 

Middlesex 

Hudson 

Burlington 

Warren 

Burlington 



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Karrsville 

Kettle Creek 

Key port 1 

KiUMillB 

Kingston 1 

Kingwood B 

KlinesviUe 

Knowlton 

Lafayette 

Lambertville B 

Landis 

LawrenceviUe 

Layton 

Lebanon H 

Lebanon Glass Works 

Burliuj 
Leed's Point Atla] 

Leedsville Mo 

Leesburg Cumbi-rl 

Leonardsyille 
Lesser X Roads 
Liberty Corners 
Libertyville 
Little Falls 
Little York 
Livingston 
Locktown 
Lodi 

Long-a-coming 
Long Branch 
Long Hill 
Lower Bank 

Lower Squankum Monmi 
Lumberton '^ ' ' 

Madison 
Malaga 
Manahawkii 
Maualapan 
Manamuski 
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Marlboro' 

M arl ton 

Martinsville 

Matawan 

Mauricetown 

May's Landing 

Mead's Basin 

Medford 

Mendham 

Metedeconk 

Metuehen 

Middlebush 

Middletown 

Middletown Point 

MiddleviUo 

M ilford 

Millbrook 

Millburn 

Millington 

Millstone 

Millvillo 

Milton 

Monroe 

Montague 

Moorestown 

Morristown 

Mountainville 

Mount Cair 

Mount Bethel 

Mount Ephraim 

Mount Holly 

Mount Laurel 

Mount Pleasant 

Mount Rose 

Mount Salem 

Mullico Hill 

Musconotcong 

Ncighborsvillo 

Ncsnanic 

Newark 

New Bedford 

New Brunswick 

New Durham 

New Egypt 

Nev. Held 

Newfoundland 

New Oermantown 

Now (iretna 

New Hampton 

New Lisbon 

New Market 

New Monmouth 

Newport 

Now Providenco 

Now Sharon 

Newton 

Now Vonion 

Now Village 

North Branch 

North Branch Depot So« 

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POST OFFICES NEW YORK. 



37 



County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


Coanty. 


1 Post OJlce. 


County. 


Hunterdon 


Sparta 


Sussex 


Alabama 


Genesee 


Bedford 


Westchester 




Spots wood 


Middlesex 


Albany 


Albany 


lied ford Station 


Westchester 


Monmoatl 


Springfield 


Essex 


Albion 


Orleans 


Beech Wood 




Sussex 


Springtown 


Warren 


Alden 


Erie 


Beekman 


Dutchess 


Middlesex 


Spring Valley 


Bergen 


Al den Center 


Erie 


Beekmantowu 


Clinton 


Essex 


Squam Village 


Ocea, 


Alder Brook 


Franklin 


BL-lcher 


Washington 

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Warren 


Stanhope 


Sussex 


Alder Creek 


Oneida 


! Belfast 


Burlington 


Stanton 


Hunterdon 


Alexander 


Genesee 


[Belle Isle 


Morris 


Stephensburg 


Morris 


Alexandria 


Jefferson 


Belleville 


Bergen 


StewartsviUe 


Warren 


Alfrec= 


Allegany 


Bell port 


^Suffo'lk 


Passaic 


Still Valley 




^fred Center 


Alle-auv 


Bellvalo 


Orange 


Morris 


Stillwater 


Sussex 


Allard's Corners Oraurre 


Belmont 


Allegany 
Allegany 


Hunterdon 


Stockholm 


Sussex 


Allegany 


Cattaraugus 


Belvidere 


Passaic 


Stockton 


Hunterdon 


Allen 


Allegany 


Bemus Heights 


Saratoga 


Warren 


Suckasunny 


Morri, 


Allen Center 


Allegany 


Bemus Point 


Chautauqua 
Schuyler 
Madison 


Gloucester 


Summit 


Essex 


Allen's Hill 


Ontario 


Bennettsburg 


Somerset 


Swartswood 


Sussex 


Alma 


Allegany 


Beunet's Corners 


Salem 


Sweedsborough 


Gloucester 


Almond 


Allegany 


Bennett's Cr.ek 


Steuben 


Burlington 


Sykesville 


Burlington 


Alpine 


Schuyler 
Rensselaer 


Bennettsville 


Chenango 


Mercer 


Tausborough 


Camden 


Alps 


Bennington 


Wyoming 


Salem 


Tintou Falls 


Monmouth 


Altav 


Schuyler 


Benson 


HamiltoS 


Mercer 


Titusville 


Mercer 


Alton 


Wayne 


Benson Center 


Hamilton 


Hunterdon 


Tom's River 


Oeeav 


Altoua 


Clinton 


Benton 


Yates 


Sussex 


Townsbury 


Warreu 


Amagansett 


Suffolk 


Benton Center 


Yates 


Monmouth 


Townsend's Inlet 


Cape Man 


Amber 


Onondaga 


Bergen 


Genesee 


Hunterdon 


Tranquility 


Sussex 


Amboy Center 


Oswego 


Bergholtz 


Niagara 


Middlesex 


Trenton 


Mercer 


Araenia 


Dutchess 


Berkshire 


Tioga 


Cape May 
Warrei 


Tu^kahoe 


Cape May 
Burlington 


Amenia Union 


Dutchess 


Berlin 


Rensselaer 


Tuckerton 


Ames 


Montgomery 


Berne 


Albany 


Morris 


Tumble 


Hunterdon 


Amesville 


Ulster 


Keruhard's Bay 


Oswego 


Salem 


Turkey 


Monmouth 


Amity 


Orange 


Bethany 


Genesle 


Hunterdon 


Turnerville 


Camden 


Amityville 


Suffolk 


Bethany Mills 


Genesee 


Union 


Tuttle's Corner 


Sussex 


Amsterdam 


Montgomery 


Bethel 


Sullivan 


Middlesex 


Union 


Essex 


Aaandale 


DStchess 


Bethel Corners 


Cavugii 


Hunterdon 


Uniontown 


Middlesex 


An cram 


Columbia 


Bethlehem Center 


AlbanN 


Sussex 


Unionville 


Gloucester 


Aucram Lead M 


ne Columbia 


Big Creek 


Steuben 


Bergen 


Vanhiseville 


Mercer 


Andes 


Delaware 


Bii Flats 


Chemunc 


Somerset 


Vernon 


Sussex 


Andover 


Allegany 


Big Hollow 


GreenI 


Ocean 


Verona 


Essex 


'indrusvilla 


Franklii 


Big Indian 


Ulster 


Burlington 


Vienna 


Warren 


Angelica 


Allegany 


Big Stream Point 


Yates 


Warren 


\^ineentowu 


Burlington 


Angola 


Big Tree Corners 


Erie 


Passaic 


Vineland 


Cumberland 


Antwerp 


Jefferson 


Binghampton 
Birdsall 


Broome 


Morris 


Wading River 




Apalachin 


Tioga 


Al'egauy 


Warr.'u 


Wain ford 


Monmouth 


ADulia 


Onondaga 


Bl ick Brook 


Clinton 


Cumberland 


Walnut Grove 


Morris 


Arcadia 


V\^aySe 


Black Creek 


AUeganv 


Mercer 


Waluut Valley 


Warren 


Argosville 


choharie 


Black River 


Jefferson 


Monn.outh 


Wallpack Center 


Sussex 


Argyle 


Washington 


Black Rock 


Erie 


Atlantic 


Warrenville 


Somerset 


Arkport 


Reuben 


Blanvoltvillo 


Rockland 


Ocean 


Washington 


Warren 


ArkwriKht Summit 


Bleeker 


Fulton 


Hunterdon 


Waterford Works 


Camden 




Chnu'^iiuque 


Blookville 


Chautauque 


Hunterdon 


Waterloo 


Sussex 


Armonk 


WestcHester 


Blodget Mills 


Cortland 


Mercer 


WaterviUe 


Morris 


Arthursburg 


Dutchess 


Bloomingburg 


Sullivan 


Burlington 


Wawayanda 


Sussex 


Ash ford 


Cattaraugus 


Bloomingdale 


Essex 


Middlesex 


vV'eehawkeu 


Hudson 


Ashland 


Greene 


Blooming Grove 


Orange 


Hunterdon 


Wertsville 


Un on 


Astoria 


'^mi 


BloomviUe 


Delaware 


Middlesex 


WestviUe 


Hunterdon 


Athens 


Blossom 


Erie 


Bergen 


West Bloomfield 


Essex 


Athol 


Warren 


Blossvale 


Oneida 


Burlington 


West Creek 


Ocean 


Atlanticville 


Suffolk 


Blue Point 


Suffolk 


Somerset 


Westfield 


Union 


Attica 


Wyoming 


Bluff Point 


Y^ates 


Hunterdon 


West Hoboken 


Hudson 


Attlebury 


Dutchess 


Bilivar 


Allegany 




West Milford 


Passaic 


Auburn 


Cayuga 


Bolton 


Warren 




Weston 


Somerset 


Augusta 


Oneida 


Bombav 


Franklim 


Burlington 


WestviUe 


Gloucester 


Aurelius 


Cayuga 


Bonny Hill 


Steuben 


Monmouth 


Weymouth 


Atlantic 


Auriesville 


Montgoi.e?y 
Cayuga 


BooneviUe 


Oneida 




Whippany 


Morris 


Aurora 


Booth 


Herkimer 




White Hall 


Hunterdon 


Ausahle Forks 


Essex 


Borodino 


Onondaea 


Hunterdon 


White House 




Austerlitz 


Columbia 


Boscobel Westchester 


Cape May 


White Station 


Hunterdon 


Ava 


Oneida 


Boston 


Erie 


Cumberland 


Williamstowu 


Camden 


Avooa 


Steuben 


Boston Corners 


Columbia 


Monmouth 


Windsor 


Mercer 


Avon 


Livingston 


Bouckville 


Madison 


Mercer 


Winslow 


Camden 


Ayreshire 


Chenango 


Boutonville Westchester 


Warren 


Wiretown 




Babcock Hill 


Oneida 


Bovina 


Delaware 


Morris 


Wood bridge 


Middlesex 


Babylon 


Suflolk 


Bovina Valley 


Delaware 


Somerset 


VVoodbury 


Gloucester 


Bacon Hill 


Saratoga 


Bowen's Corners 


Oswego 


Hunterdon 


Woodmansie 


Ocean 


Bainbridge 


Chenango 


Bowmansville 


Krie 


Bergen 


Wood port 


Morris 


Baiting Hollow 
Bald Mountain 


Suffork 


Boyd's Corners 


Putnam 


Salem 


Woods- town 


Salem 


Washington 


Boylston 


Oswego 


Hudson 


Woodville 


Mercer 


Baldwinsville 


Onondaga 


Bradford 


Steuben 


Hunterdon 


Wrightstown 


Burlington 


Ballston 


Saratoga 


Brainard 


Rensselaer 


lin Morris 


Wykertown 


Sui.ex 


Ballston Center 


Saratoga 


Braman'sCornersS 


chenectady 


Beigen 


Yardville 


Mercer 


liangall 


Dutchess 


Branchport 


Yates 


Essex 


Vorktown 


Salem 


Bangor 


Franklin 


Brant 


Erie 


Salem 






Barbourville 


Delaware 


iraiitingham 


Lewis 


Cape May 








Barkersville 


Saratoga 


Brasher Falls St 


, Lawrenet 


Warren 
Hunterdon 


New Yftrk. 1 


Barnes' Corners 
Barnerville 


Lewis 
Schoharie 


Braslier Iron Work 
St 


. Lawrence 


Burlington 






Rarre Center 


Orleans 


Breakabeen 


Schoharie 


Ocean 






Barrington 


Yates 


Breesport 


Chemung 


Salem 


Post Office. 


County. 


Barrytown 


Dutchess 


BrewJrton 


Onondaga 


Ocean 


Academy 


Ontario 


B.irryviilo 


Sullivan 


Brewster's Station 


Putnam 


Cumberland 


Accord 


Ulster 


Barton 


Tioga 


Bridgehauiptou 


Suffolk 


Monmouth 


A era 


Greene 


Batavia 


Genesee 


Bridgeport 


Madison 


Hunterdon 


Adams 


Jefferson 


BatchellerviUe 


Saratoga 


BridgeviUe 


Sullivan 


Somerset 


Adams' Basin 


Monroe 


Bath 


Steuben 


Bridge water 


Oneida 


Atlantic 


Adams' Center 


Jefferson 


Battenvillo 


Washington 


Brier Hill St 


Lawrence 




Adamsville 


Washington 


Bay Ridge 


Kings 


Brigham Chautauqek 


Somerset 


Addison 


Steuben 


Beach Ridge 


Niagara 


Brightoa 


Monroe 


Middlesex 


Addison Hill 


Steuben 


Bemus' Point 


ChautMiujua 


Bristol 


Ontario 


Somerset 


A.Irian 


Steuben 


BearsviUe 


Ulster 


Bristol Center 


Ontario 


Middlesex 


Adriance 


Dutchess 


Beaver Brook 


Sulliv-an 


Broadalbin 


Fulton 


Essex 


Afton 


Chenango 


B -aver Dams 


Schuyler 
Sullivan 


Brockett's Bridge 


Fulton 


Middlesex 


Akron 


Erie 


Beaver Kill 


Brockport 


Monro* 



38 



POST OFFICES NEW YORK. 



Post Office. 


Count;/. 


Post Officr. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Brooton 


Chantauqu. 


Cedarville 


Herkimer 


Coila 


Washington 


Broken Straw 


Chautauqu. 


Central Brid-e 


Schoarieh 


Colchester 


Delaware 


Bronxville 


Westcheste. 


Central S.i.-.are 


Oswego 


Cold Brook 


Herkimer 


Brookfield 


Jladisoi. 


Center Almo.d 


Allegany 


Colden 


Erie 


Brooklyn 


King, 


Center Berlin 


Rensselaer 


Colden Centre 


Erie 


Brook's GroTo 


Livingstoi 


Center Brunswii 


k Rensselaer 


Coldenham 


Orange 


Broom Center 


Schoharie 


Center Cambridge Washington 


Cold Spring 


Putnam 


Brownville 


JeffersoL 


Center Canisteo 


Steuben 


Cold Spring Harbor Suffolk 


Brushland 


Delawar, 


Centcrfield 


Ontario 


ColesviUe 


Broome 


Brush's Mills 


Franklii 


Center Lisle 


Broome 


Collaburg 


Orange 


Bruynswick 


Ulstei 


Center Jloriches 


Sufiolk 


CoUamer 


Onondaga 


Buel 


Montgomery 
Steubei, 


Centerport 


Suflolk 


College Point 


Otsego 


Buena Vista 


Center Sherman 


Chautauque 


CoUiersviUe 


Buffalo 


Eri. 


Centre Valley 


Otsego 


Collins 


Erie 


Buffalo Plains 


Eri, 


Center Village 




Collins Center 


Eric 


Bull's Head 


Dutohesi 


Centerville 


Allegany 


Collinsville 


Lewis 


BullviUe 


Oraug, 


Center White Creek 


Collinwood 


Onondaga 


Burdett 


Sehuvlei 




Washington 


Culosse 


O.swegc 


Burke 


Franklii. 


Ceres 


Allegany 


Colton 


St. Lawrence 


Burlingham 


Sullivar 


Champion 


Jefferson 


Columbia 


Herkimer 


Burlington 


Otseg> 


Champlain 


Clinton 


Columbian Springs >lerkimer 


Burlington Flats 


Otsego 


Chapinville 


Ontario 


Columbus 


Chenango 


Burns 


Alleganj 


Chappaqua 


Westchester 


Commack 


Suftofk 


Burnsides 


Oraugi 


Charleston 


Jlontgomerv 


Comstoek's Lan 


Jing 

Washington 


Barnt Hills 


Saratog. 


Charleston 4 Corners •' 




Burr's Jlills 


Jeftersui: 


Cha.lotte 


Jlonroe 


Conesus 


Livingston 


BurtonsviUe 


''""XZ^ 


Charlotte Center 


Chautauque 


Conesus Center 


Livingston 


Bushnell's Basin 


Charlotteville 


Schoharie 


Conesvillc 


Schoharie 


Bushnellsville 


Green. 


Charlton 


Saratoga 


Conewango 


Cattaraugus 


BushviUe 


Sullivai. 


Chase's Jlills St. Lawrence 


Conklin Center 


Broome 


Buskirk's Bridge 


Washingtoi; 


Chaseville 


Otsego 


Conkl.nville 


Saratoga 


Busti 


Chautauqui 


Chateaugay 


Frank l,n 


Conquest 


Cayuga 


Butterfly 


Osweg, 


Chateaugay Lake 


Franklin 


Constableville 


Lewis 


Buttermilk Falls 


Orang. 


Chatham 


Columbia 


Constantia 


Oswego 


Butternuts 


Otseg. 


CI athtm Center 


Columbia 


Constautia Center Oswego 


Byersville 


Livingston 


ChathanFourCornertColumbia 


Cooksburg 


Albany 


Byron 


Geneset 


Cha-.imont 


Jefferson 


Cook's Corners 


Fran kin, 


Cabin Hill 


Delawar. 


Chazv 


Clinton 


Coomer 


Xiagaia 


Cadiz 


Cattaraugus 


Cheektowaga 


Erie 


Cooper's Plains 


Steuben 


Cadosia Valley 


Delawar, 


Chemung 


Chemung 


Cooperstown 


Otsego 


Cadvville 


Clintoi: 


Chemung Center 


Chemung 


Coopersville 


Clinton 


Carlo 


Green. 


Chenango Forks 


Chenango 


Copake 


Columbia 


Caldwell 


Warrei, 


Clieny Creek 


Chautauque 


Copake Ironworks Columbia 


Caledonia 


Livingstoi, 


Cherubusco 


Clinton 


Copenhagen 


Lewis 


Callanan'3 Corners Albany 


Cheshire 


Ontario 


Coram 


Suffolk 


Callicoon 


SullivaL 


Cheshireville 


Chenango 


Ca-bettsville 


Broome 


Callicoon Depot 


SuUivai. 


Cherry Valley 


Otsego 


Corfu 


Genesee 


Cambria 


Niagar. 


Chester 


Oranle 


Corinth 


Saratoga 


Cambridge 


Washingtoi, 


Chestertown 


Warr?n 


Corning 


Steuben 


Camden 


Oneid:, 


Chestnut Pvidge 


Dutchess 


Cornwall 


Or.inge 


Cameron 


Steiibei. 


Chili 


Monroe 


Coruwall Landing Oran.e 


Cameron Jlills 


Sle.ibei. 


China 


Wyoming 
Madison 


Cornwallville 


Greene 


CamiUus 


Onon.lngi 


Cbittenango 


Cortland Village 


Cortland 


CampbelUown 


Steubbi 


ChittenanpoFall 


3 JIadison 


Cottage 


Cattaraugus 


Campville 


Tiogi, 
Columbia 


Churehtown 


Columbia 


County Line 


Niagara 


Canaan 


ChurchviUo 


Monroe 


Coventry 


ChenSngo 


Canaan Center 


Columbii. 


Cicero 


Onondaga 


Coventryville 


Chenan.o 


Cana:m Four Corners Columbia 


Cincinnatus 


Cortland 


Covert 


S.ij, , ., 


CMiadiee 


Ontari, 


CiicleviUe 


Orange 


Coveville 


SalMt ,., 


Canajoharie 


Jlontgomer) 


City 


Dutchess 


Covington 


W^.,.l, i,_ 


Canandaigua 


Ontario 


Cty Island 


Westchester 


Cowaselon 


M;.,:.,, I 


Canarsie 


King.- 


Clarence 


Erie 


Cowlesville 


Wwni. :, 


Canaseraga 


^tlt^^i 


Clarence Center 


Erie 


Coxsackie 




Canastota 


Clarendon 


Orleans 


Craigsville 


<lr 1 


Candor 


Tioga 


Clarksburg 


Erie 


Cranberry Creek 


!•■ .,: 


Caneadea 


Allegan^ 


Clark's Factory 


Delaware 


Cranesville 


Montp .: 1 


Canisteo 


Steuben 


Clark's Mills ' 


Onei.la 


Crarv'sMills 
Creek Center 


St. L..ui,-i, 


Cannonsvilla 


Delaware 


Clarkson 


Monroe 


\\ .11 i, 1 


Canojiii 


Seneca 


Clarkstown 


Rockland 


Creek Locks 


r ' - ■ 


Canton St. Lawrence 


Clarksville 


Albany 


Crescent 


Sa,-..l _ 1 


Cape Vincent 


Jeflerson 


Claryville 


Sullivan 


Cre.c» 


Kln,:;s 


Cardiff 


Onondaga 
Schohari. 


Claverack 


Columbia 


Crittenden 


E,ie 1 


Carlisle 


Clay 


Onondaga 


Croghan 


Lewis 


Carlton 


Orleans 


Clavburgh 


Clint.,,, 


Cropsevvillo 


Rcnssel.i.,,, 


Carmel 


Putnam 


Clayton 


Jeffer.on 


Cross River 


West.-b,.-, , 


Caroline 


Tompkins 


Clayton Center 


Jeflerson 


Croton 


D.,l.,» ,; 


Caroline Center 


Tompkins 


Clayville 


Onei.la 


Croton Falls 


West.,),. 


Caroline Depot 


Tompkins 


nie:ir Creek 


Cbautau.p.e 


Croton Landing 


West.h, , 


Carrr.llton 


Catl„r'n,.,„. 




C.lnn.Ki:, 


C,,..i,..,V_Store 


Duul. ..-, 


CarterHvillo 


(1 \v . 


II, ■,,i;,„a 






E.V..X 


OarthaKo 


.1 , 11' 1 ., 




M ':, , 


' ' ''I'l r'.'.intCe 


tie E.^sex 


CarthaK'e Landing h 


' s'n P.irk 


S:,l 


' 1 1 I'li-ek 


Fuhon 


Cascade Valley 


1 ; r , . n , 


riiii,.!, Springs 


(l,|l III, 


r,,,i„ i;ii,uw 


Dutch..-s 


Cassadaga 


ChautHU.,,,. 




()„.,, .la 


Ci'ii^.i 


Selie.a 


Casavillu 


Oneida 


Clintoi' Corners 


Dutchess 


Cuba 


Alleg.,ny 


Castle 


Wv<iniing 


Clintundale 


Ulster 


Cuddcbackvillo 


Or.ii/e 


Castile Creek 


l!ro„n,e 


Clinton ll.dlow 


Dutchess 


Cutchogue 


SiiKolk 


Castletou 


Rens.„,laer 


Clinton Point 


Dul.b.s- 


Cuvler 


Cortland 


Catatonk 


Ti.,Ka 


Clintonville 




Cu\lerville 


Liviiigsion 


Catharine 


S.binler 


Clockvillu 


Ai,,.i'.'.-!.'l! 


Dale 


«yon,ihg 


Cato 


(jn'uga 


Clove 


Hulrlii,.. 


Kairvlaud 


Ll...er 


Caton 


Suuli.n 


Clovesvillo 


1).1:,« ,,-, 


l>,nl'> 


Tompkins 


CatHkill 


Greene 


Clyde 




II iii,,ra 


Cl.nion 


Cattaraugus 


Cattaraugus 


Clymer 


cb.„i. ,!','." 


li ., 


Herkimer 


Oaughdenoy 


Oswego 


Oobleskill 




1 , , t . 1 1 ; e 


LivingsUin 


Cayuga 


CayuKa 


Cobleskill C.nter 


S.'l.',l, II-, 


\>.., :. ,. 


Genesee 


Cayuta 


Chemung 


Cochecton 
C.checton Center 


Sullivan 


Ibir,.,, Center 


Genesee 


Cayntavlllo 


Schuyler 


Sullivan 


Davenport 


Delaware 


Caienovia 


Madison 


Coey man's 


Albany 


Davenport Cente 


r Delawore 


Cedar Hill 


Albany 


Coeyman's Hollow AlbanV 


Dayton 


Cattaraugus 


Cedar I-ftko 


Herkimer 


Co hoc tun 


Steuben 


Dean's Corners 


Saratuaa 
Uueidal 


Cedar Swamp 


Queen 


Cohuus 


Albany 


Doausville 



Post Offic 



De Bruce 


Suli 


Decatur 





Deerfield 


Oi 


Deer Park 


Stt 


Deer River 


I 


Defriestville 




De Kalb 


St. Lawi 


DeKalbJunctionSt.LawH 


De Lancey 


Ma. 


Delhi 


Dela 


Delphi 


Ouot 


Delta 


Oi 


Denmark 


L 


Denisou 


Herk 


Denning 


U 


Depauville 


Jeff 


Depeyster 


St. Law; 


D'e posit 


Br 


De Kuyter 


Ma 


De Witt 


On 01 


De Wittville 


Chuuta 


Dexter 


Jeff 


Diana 


I 


Diekorsonvillo 


Nil 


Diekcrson 


Frai 


Dickerson Center Fra 


Dix Hills 


Si 


Dobb's Ferry 


Weslr-I 


Doraville 


Bi 


Dormansville 


'^' 


Doty's Corner 




Dover 


Dot 


Downsville 


D.h 


Dresserville 


C, 


Drvden 


T.im 


Duane 


I'l a 


Duanesburg 


Scheiie 


Dug way 


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Dundee 




Dunkirk 


Chaut. 


DuunsviUe 


Al 


Durham 


G 


Durhamville 





Dwaar's Kill 


I 


Dykeman's 


Pi 


Eagle 


Wy, 


Eagle Bridge 


Itel.S, 


Eagle Harbor 


Ol 


Eagle Jlills 


R.ns: 


Eagle Village 
EarlviUe 


Cattar 


East Amherst 


East Ashford 


East Aurora 




East Avon 


Livi, 


East Beekmantowu C] 


E.ist Lerkshire 




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East F).. rente 


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Bast Gaines 





East Gainesville 


Wy. 

Sal 




Rast Gal way 


Bast Genoa 


East German 


Che 


Eastdrafton'' 


' 'lil-IIs 


East Granger 


.Ml 


Ea«tGreenbush 


i:.<iH 


East G reene 


('h( 


East Greenwich 


W:..hi 


East Groveland 


l.ivii 


East Guilford 


Cho 


bast Hamburg 




K»f Hamilton 


M* 


Easi Hampton 




Bust Haverstraw 


WestO 


Bast Hill 


Livtl 
Co 


East Homer 


Bast HoundsnelJ 


Jot 


East Java 



POST OFFICES NEW YORK. 



St Kendall 

St Lansing 

St Leon 

,st Line 

St McDonough 

St Maine 

,st Marion 

.St Moriches 

.St Nassau 

,st Newark Valley 

,st New York 

St Norwich 

ston 

St Orangeville 

St Otto 

St Palermo 

St Palmyra 

St Pembroke 

St Pennficld 

St Pharsalia 

St Pike 

St Pitcairn 



Poestenkill 
st Porter 
St Randolph 
St Ripley 
st Rodman 
st Roxbury 
st Rushford 
st Salem 
st Sandy Creek 
'st Schoilaek 
Schuyler 
Scott 
Setauket 
t Shelby 
■" -iigfield 
agwater 
psburg 
t Varick 
t Venice 
Virgil 
t Wilson 
t Windham 
WoodhuU 
t Worcester 



County. 

Orlcan 

Tompkins 

Cattaraugus 

Saratoga 

Chenango 

Broome 

Suffolk 

Suffolk 

Rensselaer 

Tioga 

sKinss 

Q' 

Washington 

Wyoming 

Cattaraugus 

03weg( 

Wayne 

Genesee 

Mon 

Chenango 

Wy ■ 

St Lawrence 



Rensselaer 

Niagara 

Cattaraug 

Chautauqua 

Jefferson 

Delaware 



lie 
nezer 
lystown 



mville 
nburg 

eston 

ards 
vardsville 
lyville 
ertsville 
pt 



labethtown 

taville 

inburg 

burg Center 
nburg Depot 
;nvi!le 
ry Center 
cott 
cottsville 

sburg 

Creek 



eld 
IdCe 
Hellvill 



oryvil 
Dale 
field 



Osw _ 

Rensselaer 

Herkimer 

Cortland 

Suffolk 

Orleans 

Otsego 

Livingston 

Steuben 

Seneca 

Cavuga 

Cortland 

Niagara 

Greene 

Stenben 

Otsego 

Madison 

Herkimer 

Erie 

Yates 

Erie 

St. Lawrence 

Erie 

Orange 

Saratoga 

Otsego 

St. Lawrence 

St. Lawrence 

Cattaraugus 

Erie 

Monroe 

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 

Ulster 

Schoharie 

Essex 

Tompkins 

Onondaga 

Erie 

Jefferson 

Ulster 

Otsego 

Onondaga 

Tioga 

Oswego 

Herkimer 



Post Office. 



Count]/. 



Pair Haven Cayug 

Fair Mount Onondaga 

Fair port Monro 

Fair View Cattaraugu 

Fairville Wayn 

Fallsburg Sulliva: 

Farmer Seneca 

Parmer's Mills Putnam 

Farmersville Cattaraugus 

Parmingdale Queens 

Parmingtou Ontario 
Farnham 

Payette Seneca 

Fayetteville Onondaga 

Felt's Mills Jett'erson 

Penner Madisoi 

Pentonville Chautauqu 

Feura Bush Albany 

Fillmore Allegany 
Fishkill on the Hudson 

Dutchess 

Fergusonville Delaware 

Fmdley's Lake Cliautauquc 

Pine St. L wr,nc> 

Fire Island Sufiolk 

Fireplace Suffolk 

Fisher's ' 

Fishkill D 

Fishkill Plains Dutchess 

Five Corners Cayuga 

Plackville St. Lawrence 

Flanders Suffolk 

Flatbrook Columbia 

Flatbush K 

Flat Creek Jlontgomery 

Flat Lands Kings 

Fleming Cayuga 

Flemingsvilla Tioga 

Flint Creek 

Flora Falls Rockland 

Florence Oneida 

Florida Orange 

Floyd Oneida 

Flushing Queens 

Fluvanna Chautauque 

Fly Creek Otsego 

Fly Mountain Ulster 

Fulsomdale Wyoming 

Fonda Motitgomery 

Fordham Westchester 

Forest Clinta 

Forestburg SuUivai 

Forest City Tompkin 

Forest Port Oueid 

Forestville Chautauque 

Fort Ann Washington 

Port Covington Franklin 
PortCovingtonCenterPranklin 

Port Edward Washington 

Port Hamilton Kings 

Fort Hunter Montgomery 

Firt Miller Washington 

Fort Montgomery Orange 

Fort Plain Montgomery 

Fort Schuyler Westchester 

Fortsville Saratoga 

Fosterdale Sullivan 

Fostervillo Cayuga 

Fowler St. Lawrence 

Powlerville Livingston 

Frankfort Herkimer 

Frankfort Hill Herkimer 

Franlilin Delaware 

Franklin Palls Franklin 

Franklinton Schoharie 

Pranklinville Cattaraugus 

Fredonia Chautauque 

Freedom Plain Dutchess 

Freeport Queens 
Freetown Corners Cortland 

Preeville Tompkins 

Fremont Sullivan 

Fremont Center Sullivan 

French Creek Chautauque 

French Mountain Warren 

Fresh Pond Suffolk 

Frewsburg Clu'uitauque 

Frey's Bush Jlunt^'omury 

Friend's Ferry Cattaraugus 

Friendship Allegany 

Frontier Clinton 

ullersville Iron Works 

St. Lawrence 

ulton Oswego 

Fultonham Schoharie 

Fultonville Montgomery 

Gaines Orleans 

Gainesville Wyoming 

Gales Sullivan 

Galesville Washington 

Galesville Mills Ulster 

Gallatiuville Columbia 



Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Gallupville 


Schoharie 


Halcottsville 


Delaware 


Gal way 


Saratoga 


Hale's Eddy 


Delaware 


Gansevoort 


Saratoga 


Half Moon 


Saratoga 


Gardenvillo 




Hallock's Mills 


Westchester 


Gardnersville 


Schoharie 


Hall's Corners 


Ontarie 


Garoga 


Fulton 


Hallsport 


Allegany 


Garrattsville 


Otsego 


HallsviUe 


Montgomery 


Garrison's 


Putnam 


Halsey Valley 


IMnga 


Gasport 


Ni.agara 


Hamburg 


Erie 


Gates 


Monroe 


Hamden 


Delaware 


Gayhead 


Greene 


Hamilton 


Sladisou 


Geddes 


Onondaga 


Hamlet 


Chautauque 


Geneseo 


Livingston 


Hamlin 


Monroe 


Geneva 


Ontario 


Hammond 


St. Lawrence 


Genoa 


.&Sn 


Hammondsport 


Steuben 


Georgetown 


Hampton 


Washington 


German 


Chenango 


Hancock 


Delaware 


German town 


Columbia 


Hanford'sLand 


ng Monroe 


Gerrv 


Chautauque 


Hannibal 


Oswego 


GetzVille 


Erie 


Hannibal Center 


Oswego 


Ghent 


Columbia 


Hardensburgh 


Uls'er 




Steuben 


Harford 


Cortland 


Gibsonville 


Livingston 


Har ord Mills 


Cortland 


Gilbert's Mills 


Oswego 


HarlemviUe 


Columbia 


Gilboa 


Schoharie 


Harmony 


Chautauque 


Gilman 


Hamilton 


Harpersfield 


Delaware 


Glasco 


Ulster 


Harpersville 


Broome 


Glen Aubrey 


Broome 


Harrisburg 


Lewis 


Glen Castle 


Broome 


Harris' Hill 


Erie 


Glenco Mills 


Columbia 




Westchester 


Glen Cove 


Queens 


Harrisonville 


Lewis 


Glenham 


Dutchess 


Hart's Corners 


Westchesier 


Glen Haven 


Cortland 


Hartfield 


Chautauque 


Glenmore 


Oneida 


Hartford 


Washington 


Glenn 


Montgomery 
Warren 


Hartland 


Niagara 


Glenn's Falls 


Hart Lot 


Onondaga 


Glensdale 


Lewis 


Hart's Village 


Dutchess 


Glenville 


Schenectady 


Hartwick 


Otsego 


Glenwild 


Suliivan 


Hartwick Semin 


ary Otsego 


Glenwood 


Erie 


Harvard 


Delaware 


Gloversville 


Fulton 


Hasbrouck 


Sullivan 


Goff's Mills 


Steuben 


Haskall Flats 


Cattaraugus 


Golden's Bridge 


Westchester 


Ilaskinville 


Steuben 


Good Ground 


Suffolk 


Hastings 


Oswego 


Gorham 


Ontario 


Hastings Center 


_ _ Oswego 


Goshen 


Orange 


Hastings -u pon - Hu dson 


Gouvernaur 


St. Lawrence 




Westchester 


Gowanda 


Cattaraugus 


Hauppaugue 


Suffolk 


Graefenburgh 


Herkimer 


Havanna 


Schuyler 
Rockland 


Grafton 


Rensselaer 


Haverstraw 


Grahamsville 


Sullivan 


Havilland Hollow Put:. am 


Granbv Center 


Oswego 


HawkinsviUe 


Oneida 


Grand" Island 


Erie 


Hawleyton 


Broome 


Granger 


Allegany 


HaynesviUe 


Rens:ielaer 


Grangerville 


Saratoga 


Hebron 


Washington 


Grant 


Herkimer 


Hecla Works 


Oneida 


Grant's Mills 


Delaware 


Hector 


Schuyler 


Granville 


Washington 


HedgesviUe 


Steuben 


Grass River 


St. Lawrence 


Helena 


St. Lawrence 


Gravesend 


Kings 


H.mlockLake 


Livingston 


Gravesville 


HerkimSr 


Hempstead 


Qtieens 


Gray 


Herkimer 


Henderson 


Jefferson 


Great Bend 


Jefferson 


Henrietta 


Monroe ■ 


Great Valley 


Cattaraugus 


HeusonviUe 


Greene 


Greece 


Monroe 


Herkimer 


Herkimer 


Greenborougli 


Oswego 


Hermitage 


Wyoming 


Greenbush 


Rensselaer 


Hermon 


St. Lawrence 


Greene 


Chenango 


Hcrrington'sCorners Chemung 


Greenfield 


Ulster 


Hess Road 


Niagara 


Greenfield Center Saratoga 


Henvelton 


St. Lawrence 


Green Haven 


Dutchess 


Hibernia 


Dutchess 


Green Island 


Albany 


Hickory Corners 


Niagara. 


Green Point 


Kings 


Hieksville 


Queens 
Ulster 


Green port 


Suffolk 


Hi!;hl;uid 


Green River 


Columbia 


Highland Nurseries Schuyler 


Greenville 


Greene 


iligginsville 


Oneida 


Greenwich 


Washington 


High Falls 


Ulster 


Greenwood 


Steuben 


Highland Mills 
HLHsbor..ugh 


Orange 
Oneida 


Greenwood Works Orange 


Greig 


Lewis 


Hillsdale 


Columbia 


Greigsville 


Livingston 


Hill Side 


Oneida 


Griffin's Corners 


Delaware 


Hindsburg 


Orleans. 


Griffin's Mills 


Erie 


Hinmansvilla 


Oswego 


Griswold's Mills 


Washington 


Hinsdale 


Cattaraugus 


Groom's Corner 


Saratoga 


Hoag's Corner 


Rensselaer ■ 


Groton 


Tompkins 


Hobart 


Delaware 


GrotonCity 


Tompkins 


Hottmau's Ferry 


Schenectady 


Groveland 


LivinKston 


Hogausburg 


Franklin. 


Grovernor's Corners Schoharie 


Hoi brook 


Suffolk: 


'iuilderlani? Stat 


on Albany 


Holland 


Eriii^ 


Guilderland 


Albany 


Holland Patent 


Oneida^ 


Guilderland Center Albany 


HoUey 


Orleans. 


(Juilford 


Chenango 


Holtsville 


Suffolk 


Onilford Center 


Clienango 


Homer 


Cortland 


Gulf Summit 


Broome 


Homowack 


Ulster 


Gvpsum 


Ontario 


Honeoye 


Ontario. 


lladley 


Saratoga 


Honeoye Falls 


Monroe 


Haerlem 


New York 


Hooper 


Broome 


Hagaman's Mills 


Montgomery 


Hooper's Valley 


Tioga . 


Hague 
Hailesborouzh 


Warreu 


Hoosick 


Rensselaer 


St. Lawrence 


Hoosick Falls 


Rensselaer 


Halcott Centre 


Green- 


Hope Center 


Hamiltoai 



40 



POST OFFICES NEW YORK. 



Font Office 



County. 



Hope Falls Hamil 

Hopewell Ont: 

Hopewell Center Ontario 

Honkinton St. Lawrence 

Horieon 

Hornby 

Hornellsville 

Horseheads 

Hougliton Creek 



ille 
Howard 
Howell's Depot 
Hewlett Hill 
Hiilljardsville 
Hudson 
Haghsunvillo 
Hu;r»eii.>t 
Hufb'jrton 
Hull's llill3 
Hume 
Humphrey 
Humphreyville 
Hunter 

Hunter'sLand 
Huntinj^ton 
Hunt's Corners 
Hunt's Hollow 
Hurltutville 
Hurley 
Hurbn 
Hjde Park 
Hyndsville 
Ilion 

Independence 
Indian Fields 
Indian Lake 
Indian River 
Ingraham 
Ira 

Ireland Corners 
Irondequoit 
Irving 
Irvington 
Ischua 
Islip 

Italy Hill 
Italy Hollow 
Ithaca 
Jackson 

Jackson Corners 
Jacksonville 
Jack's Reef 
Jamaica 
Jame.st.urg 



Jai 



Warren 
Steuben 
Steuben 
Chemung 
Allegany 
Lewis 
Steuben 
Orange 
Onondaga 
Madison 
Columbia 
Dutcliess 
Orange 
Orleans 
Dutchess 
Allegany- 
Cattaraugus 
Columbia 
Greene 
Schoharie 
Suffolk 
Cortland 
Livingston 
Oneida 
Ul 
Wayne 
Dutch 
Schoharie 
Herkimer 
Allegany 
Albany 
Hamilton 
Lewi 
Clintoi 
Cayug 
Albany 
Monroe 
Chaut 
"Westchester 
Cattaraugus 
Suffolk 
Yat 
Vat 
Tompkii 
Washington 
Dutches 
Tompkin 
Onondag! 
Queens 

Sutiolk 
Chautau.i. 
Oiioudat 
Stcubt 



Ketchumsville 

Kiantone 

Kidder's Ferry 

Killbuek 

Killawag 

Kinderhook 

Kingsboro' 

King's Bridge 

Kingsbury 

King's Ferry 

King's Park 



Cattaraugus 

Broome 

Columbia 

Fulton 

New York 

■Washington 

Cayuga 

New York 



King's Settlement Chenango 
Kingston Ulster 

Kinney'sFourCorners Oswego 
Kirkland Oneida 

Kirkville Onondaga 



Kirkwood Centre 

Knowersville 

Knowlesville 

Knox 

Knoxborough 

Kortright 

Kreischerville 

Kuckville 

Kyserike 

Kysorville 

Lackawack 

Lafargeville 

Lafayette 

Lafayetteville 

La Grange 

La Grangeville 

Lairdsville 

Lake 

Lake Hill 

Lakeland 

Laki'port 

Lake Ridge 

Lake Road 

Lakeville 

Lamb's Corners 

Lamsons 

Lancaster 

Lang lord 

Lansingburgh 

Lansingville 

Lapeer 
La Salle 
Lassellsville 
Laui-auce 



Bro( 
Alb; 
Orle 
Alb; 
Ont 
Delaw 

Richm 
Orle 
Ul; 

Livini 



Jasper 

Java Center 

Java Village 

Jay 

Jeddo 

JcUcrsun 

Jellersonville 

Jetlerson Valley A 

Jenksville 

Jericho 

Jerusalem South 

Jerusalem Station 

Jewett 

Jewett Center 

Jolinsburg 

Jolinsonsburg 

Johnson's Creek 

Johnsonvillo 

Johnst'pwn 

Johnsville 

Jonesville 

Jordan 

Jordanville 

Joy 

Junction 

Junius 
Ka.iona 
V.■.i»<J^^■.' 
Katonuh 
Kiittl.'Villc 
Kick's Center 
K«i-fcr's Corners 
Keene 

K»:iic Flats I'H-ex 

KucBcy'M Settlement Cortland 
K.ef.rille Ks»ex 

Kflb'KICuvilU OaviiRrt 

K.n.lall Orleans 

K' iidall Mills Orleans 

K' ndia Sonvcn 

K iiii-.ly Chaulau>|ue 

Kiiuico WcslchcHtiir 

Kent Putnain 

cnvoiivilU OrUans 



Wyoming 
Wyomin-j 
Wyomin;; 

Orltans 



£; 

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Warrei 



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Lawyersville 

Lebanon 

Ledyard 

Lee 

Lee Center 

Leeds 

Lecdsvillo 

Leesville 



Lewis 
Lewisborough 



ngston 

Ulster 

Jefferson 

Onondaga 

Dutchess 

Wyoming 

Dutches 

Oneid; 

■Washingtoi 

Ulster 

Suf 

Mad 

Tompkins 

Niagara 

Livingsto, 

Broom 

Onondag 

Eri 

Erie 

Rensselaer 

Tompkins 

Chau 

Cortland 

Niagar; 

Fulto. 

Schuyle 

Otsego 

St. Lawrcnc; 

Orang 

Schohari. 

Madison 

Ctyuga 

Oneida 

Oneida 

Grceni 

Dutehesr 

Schc.harii 

Mailisoii 



Cavu:fa 

Lssex 

Westchester 

Niagara 



Livingsto 

Jcller-n 

Cattnraugu 



Foat Office. 

Livingston 

Livingstonville 

Livonia 

Livonia Station 

Lock Berlin 

Loch Sheldrake 

Locke 

Lockport 

Locust Glen 

Locust Valley 

Lodi 

Lodi Center 

ijogan 

Long Eddy 

Long Island City 

Loui Lake 

Loni Neck 

Loonevville 

Loon Lake 

Lordville 

Lorraine 

Lo 

Louisville 



County 

Columbia 

Schoharie 

Livingston 

Livingston 

Wayne 

Sullivan 

Cayuga 

Niagara 

Dutchess 

Queens 

Seneca 

Seneca 

Schuyler 

Sullivan 

Queens 

Hamilton 

Richmond 

Erie 

Steuben 

Delaware 

Jefferson 

Fulton 

St. Lawrence 



Louisville Landing 

St. Law 
Lowell 
Low Hampton 



AVe 



Fulton 

Albany 

Essex 



Liulithgo 
l!i."l''(.n 



Litchfield 
Lithgow 
Littio Britain 
Little Falls 
Llttlo Oenesco 
Lllllf Neck 
Little Rest 
Little Uticn 
Llttlo Valley 
Little York 
Liverpool 



Lowville 

Loyd 

Ludingtonville 

Ludlowville 

Lumberland 

Lumberville 

Lutheranville 

Luzerne 

Lyndonville 

Lyons 

Lvonsdale 

Lyon's Falls 

Lysander 

Mabbettsville 

..lacedon 

Macedon Center 

Mac hi as 

Macomb 

McOlellan 

McConnellsville 

McDonough 

McGrawville 

McKownsville 

McLean 

Madalin 

Madison 

Madrid 

JIagus Corners 

Mahopao 

Maine 

Maiden 

Maiden Bridge 

Mai lory 

Maple Hill 

M alone 

Malta 

Maltaville 

JIamakating 

Mamaroneck A 

Manchester 

Manchester Center 

Mandana 

Manhasset 

-Manhatanville 

Manheim 



Mauorville 
Maiishold 
Maple (Jrovo 
Marathon 



Oneid 
Washingto 
Chemun 
Lewi 
Ulste 
Putnam 
Tompk 
Sullivan 
Delawar 
Schohari 
Warren 
Orl 

Wayne 

Lewis 

Lewis 

Onondaga 

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Wavn 
Wayn 
Cattaraugu 
St. Lawrence 
Frankli. 
Oneid, 
Chenans: 
(Jortlandt 
Albany 
Tompk 
Dutch 
Madison 
St. Lawrenc 
Seneca 
Putn 
Broome 
Ulster 
Columb: 

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Ont 

Ont 

On..n> 

Queens 
New York 
Herkimer 
Onondaga 
Ononda::a 
Onondaga 
J.IV,ri"n 



Fast Offi^re 



Marvin 

ilaryland 

M 

Maspeth 

Massena 



He 



County. 

Chautauqu 

Otsego 

Delawart 

Qi. 

St. Law 



Massena Center St. Lawi 



Cha 



Matteawan 

Mattituck 

Mayfield 

Mayville 

Mead's Creek 

Mechanicsvilla 

Mecklenburg 

Medina 

Medusa 

Medway 

Mellenville < 

Slemphis ' 

Mendon 

Jlendon Center 

Merchantville 

Meredith 

Meridian 

Merrick 

Merrillville 

Messengerville 

Mexico 

Middleburg i 

Middlefield 

Middlefield Center 

Middle Granville W 

Middle Grove 

Middle Hope 

Middle Island 

Middleport 

Middlesex 

Middlesprite 

Middletown 

Middleville 

Milan 

Mil ford 

Mill Brook 

Milieu's B.<iy 

Millerton 

Miller's Plac 

Millburn (changed to 
viUe Oct. 5th) 

Mill Grove 

Mill Port 

Mills' Corners 

Mills' Mills 

Millville 

Milo 

Milo Center 

Milton 

Mina 

Minaville 

Minden 

Mindenvillo 

Mincola 

Minerva 

Minetto 

Minisink 

Modena 

Moffett's Store 

Muhawk 

Mohawk Hill 



Dutchesi 
Su troll 
Full 



iflolk 



Miiri 



Murin-rs' Harbor Rit 

.Marion 

MarUbo rough 

Marshall 

MarKhfleld 

Marshland Rl< 

Mar...hvillo Mont 

Martmdalo Depot Co 

Mm tin«liiir(: 

Martin-villo 

Martville 



Cayuga 



Mongaup 
Mongaup Valley 

Monroe Works 

MOnscy 

Montague 

Montezuma 

Moutcomcry 

Mouticello 

Moodna 



MorchouseviUi 

Morel and 

Moresvillo 

Morganvillo 

Moriah 

Moriches 

Morley 

Morris 

Morrlsania 

Morrisonvill« 

Morristown 

MurrisTillo 

Mores ton 

Morton Corner 

Moscow 

Mo^hcrvillfl 

Motl Haven 

Mott'sCornfri 

Moltvillc 



dtoCvrl.-tts 
Broom 
Erl 
Chemu 
Fult 
Allegan; 
Orle an 
Yate 
Yate 
list* 
Chautav 
Montgou 
Montgon 
Wontgomer 

Osweg 

Orang 

UlsM 

Columbll 

UerUira«| 

Frankli 

Oswes 

Sullivft 

Sulliv* 

Orang 

Orang^ 

Rocklani 



ClinU* 
Clinti 
CayuJ 
Saratoi 
HamiltS 
SohuvUl 
D.lawari 

Sulloll 
Lawrend 

•es.c'^ri 

Clintd 

Lawr.iiO^ 

Ma.liso^ 

SuUivi 



Tompkii 
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POST OFFICES NEW YORK. 



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irruwsburg 

ishville 

issau 

itnral Bridge 

lumburg 

iTarino 

5lion 

speran 

sversmk 

sw Albion 

3wark 

jwark Valley 

5V Baltimore 

3W Berlin 

3-n- Berlin Center 

3W Bremen 

3w Brighton 



;w Hackensack 

i\v Hamburg 

3w Hampton 

3W Hartford 

3« Haven 

jw Hope 

3v Hudson 

3W Hurley 

3w Kingston 

sw Lebanon 

!■»■ LebanouCi 

3w Lebanon Spr'gs Columbia 

3w Lisbon Otsego 

3>v London Oneida 

3w Milford Orange 

3w Ohio Broome 



County, 

Orange 

Westchester 

Columbia 

Livingston 

Saratoga 

Monroe 

Suffolk 

Chenango 

Westchester 

Otsego 

Steuben 

Monroe 

Madison 

Orleans 

Rockland 

Ulster 

Ontario 

Cattaraugus 

Sullivan 

Chautauque 

Rensselaer 

Jeiferson 

Lewis 

Onondaga 

Madison 

Westchester 

Sullivan 

Cattaraugus 

Wayne 

Tioga 

Greene 

Chenango 

Chenango 

Lewis 

Richmond 

Orange 

Westchester 

Oswego 

Essex 

Richmond 

Niagara 

Tompkins 

Dutchess 

Dutchess 

Orange 

Oneida 

Oswego 

Cayuga 

Allegany 

Ulster 

Delaware 

Columbia 

ter Col 



tz Ulster 

tz Landing Ulster 

Herkimer 



festchester 
Essex 
Albany 
Albany 
Richmond 
Albany 
Qi^een's 



3W Scotland 
JW Springville 



w Woodstock 
w York 
w York Mills 
igara Falls 



)r.olk 

irmau's Kill 
jrth Adams 
)rth Almond 
jrchampton 
jrth Argyle 
Jrth Baugor 
Jrth Barton 
jrth Bay 
)rth Bergen 
jrth Blenheim 
jrth Bloomfield 
Jrth Boston 
jrth Branch 
Jrth Bridgewater 



is.mgs 

Suffolk 

Herkimer 

Madison 

New York 

3 Oneida 

Niagara 

Tioga 

St. Lavcrenee 

Allegany 

Cayuga 

Broome 

Schenectady 

Columbia 

St. Lawrence 

Albany 

Jefferson 



All 



any 



lalbi 



Ful 
Washinvcton 
Franklin 
Tioga 
Oneida 
Genesee 
Schohariu 
Ontario 
Erie 
Sullivan 
Oneida 
Fulton 
Madison 
Erie 



Poxt OfHr. 



County. 



North Cambridge Washington 

North Cameron Steuben 

North Castle 

North Chatham 

North Chemung 

North Chili 

North Clarkson 

North Cohocton 

North Colesville 

North Copako 

North Creek 

North East Center 

North Ea< 



Westchester 

Columbia 

Chemung 

Monroe 

Monroe 

Steuben 

Broome 

Columbia 

Warren 

Dutchess 

Washington 

Essex 

Erie 

Delaware 

Oneida 

Saratoga 



North Elba 
North Evans 
North Prankli 
North Gage 
North Galway 

North Granville .. »o..„.5w^ 
North Greece Monroe 

North Greenfield 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 
North Hempstead 
North Hoosick 
North Hudson 
North Huron 
North Jasper 
North Java 
North Kortright 
North Lansing 



Tompk 

Queens 

Rensselaer 

Essex 

Wayne 

Steuben 

Wyoming 

Delaware 

Tompkins 



North Lawrence St. Lawrenc 



North Linklaen 

North Litchfield 

North Manlius 

North Nassau 

North Norwich 

North Parma 

North Pembroke 

North Petersburgh Rensselaer 

North Pharsalia Chenango 

North Pitcher Chenango 

Northport Suffolk 

North Potsdam St. Lawrence 



Chenango 
Herkimer 
Onondaga 

Rensselaer 

Chenango 

Monroe 

Genesee 



North Reading 
North Ridge 
North Ridgeway 
North River 
North Rose 
North Rush 
North Russell 
North Salem 
North Sanford 
North Scriba 
North Sheldon 
North Shore 
North Sparta 



Steuben 
Niagara 
Orleans 
Warren 
Wayne 
Monroe 
St. Lawrence 
Westchester 



Oswego 
Wyoming 
Richmond 
Livingston 



rth Stephentown Rensselaer 
rth Sterling Ci 

rth Stockholm St. Law- 



Northumberland 
North Urbana 
North Victory 
Northville 
North Volney 
North Western 



Saratoga 
Steuben 
Cayu-'a 
Pulton 
Oswego 
Oueida 



rthWhiteCreek Washington 
■ Jefferson 

Herkimer 
Greene 
Ontario 
Herkimer 
Chenango 
Livingston 
Livingston 
Rockland 
Rockland 
Genesei 
Greene 
Livingston 
Orleans 
t. Lawrence 
Ontario 
Otsego 
Dutchess 
Schuyler 



Norton's Mills 

Norway 

Norwich 

Nunda 

Niuida Station 

Xvack 

Niack Turnpik 

Oakfield 

Oak Hill 

Oakland 

Oai; Orchard 

Oak Point 

Oak's Corners 

Oaksville 

Oblong 

Odessa 

Ogden 

Og' ensburgh 



iUe 



Olive 

Olive Bridge 

Olmstedville 



it. Lawrence 

Herkimer 

Ulster 

Niagara 

Cattaraug 1^ 

Ulstr 

Ulstor 



Pu.1t Office. 



County. 



Omar Jefferson 

Oneula Madison 

Oneida Castle Oneida 

Oneida Lake Madison 

Oueida Valley Madison 

Oneonta Otsego 

Onondaga Onondaga 

Onondaga Castle Onondaga 

Onondaga S''alley Onondaga 

Onoville Cattaraugus 

Ontario Wayne 

Ontario Centre V.'ayne 

Oppeuheim Fulton 

Oramel Allegany 

Orau Onondaga 

Orange Steuben 

Orangeburgh Roekland 

Orangeport Niagara 

Orangeville Wyoming 

Oregon Chautauque 

Orient Suffolk 

Oriskany Oneida 

Oriskany Falls Oneida 

Orleans Ontario 
Orleans Four Corners Jefferson 

Orwell Oswego 

Osborn's Bridge Fulton 

Osborne Hollow Broome 

Osceola Lewis 

Ossian Livingston 

Oswego Oswego 

Oswego Falls Oswego 

Oswego Village Dutchess 

Otego Otsego 

Otisco Onoudaga 

Otisville Orange 

Otsdawa Otsego 

Otselio Chenango 

Otterville Orange 

Otto Cattaraugus 

Ouaquaga Broome 

Ovid Seneca 

Owasco Cayuga 

Owasco Lake Cayuga 

Owasco Valley Ca^ uga 

Ow^go Tioga 

Oxbow Jefferson 

Oxford Chenango 

Oxford Depot Orange 

Oyster Bay Queens 

Page's Corners Herkimer 

Paine's Hollow Herkimer 

Painted Post Steuben 

Palatine Montgomery 

Palatine Bridge Montgomery 

Palenville (ireeno 

Palermo Oswego 

Palisades Rockland 

Palmyra Wayne 
PameliaFonrCorners Jefferson 

Panama Chautauque 

Paris Oneida 

Parish Oswego 
Parishville St. Lawrence 
Parishville Centre 

St. Lawrence 

Parksville Sullivan 

Parma Monroe 

Parma Center Monroe 

Partridge Island Dcl.uvare 

Patchin Erie 

Patchogue Suffolk 

Patten's Mills Washington 

Patterson Putnam 

Pavilion Genesee 

Pavilion Center Genesee 

Pawling Dutchess 

Peace vi He Cattaraugus 

Pearl Creek Wyoming 

PeasUville Clinton 

Pecohia Suffolk 

Pcekskill Westchester 

Pckin Niagara 

Pelham Westeliestor 

Pembroke Genesee 

Penataquit Suffolk 

Pendleton Niagara 
Pendleton Center Niarara 

Penfield Monroe 

PenfieldCente Monroe 

Pennellvillo Oswego 

Penn Yan Yates 

Peoria Wyoming 

Popacton Delaware 

Perch River Jeffeison 

Perkinsville Steuben 

Perry Wyoming 

Perrv Center Wyoming 

Peiry City Schuyler 

l>err\ sbiirg Cattaraugus 

PerrVs Mills Clinton 

PcrryviUe Madison 



Post Office. 


County. 


Persia 


Cattaraugus 


Perth 


Fulton 


Peru 


Clinton 


Peruville 


Tompkins 


Peterboro' 


Madison 


Petersburg 


Rensselaer 


Pharsalia 


Chenango 
Ontario 


Phelps 


Philadelphia 


Jefferson 


Philipsport 


Sullivan 


Phillip's Creek 


Allegany 


Philmont 


Columbia 


Phoenicia 


Ulster 


Phcenix 


Oswego 


Piermont 


Rockland 


Pierpont 


St. Lawrence 


Pierre pont Mano 


r Jefferson 


Piftard 


Livingston 


Pike 


Wyoming 


Pike Pond 


Sullivan 


Pikeville 


A lie .any 


Pillar Point 


Jeffrson 


Pine's Bridge 


Westchester 


Pine Bush 


Orange 


Pine Creek 


Schivler 


Pine Grove 


Steuben 


Pine Hill 


Ulster 


Pine Plains 


Dutchess 


Pine Valley 


Chemung 


Pine Woods 


Madison 


Pinckney 


Lewis 


Pitcairn 


St. Lawrence 


Pitcher 


Chenango 


Pitcher Springs 


Chenango 


Pittsfield 


Otsego 


Pittsford 


Monroe 


Pittstown 


Renss.'laer 


Plainville 


Onondaga 


Plank Road 


Onoudaga 


Plato 


Cattaraugus 


Plattekill 


UUter 


Plattsburg 


Clinton 


Pleasant Brook 


Otsego 


Pleasant Plains 


Dutchess 


Pleasant Ridge 


Dutchess 


Pleasant Valley 


Dutchess 


PleasantviUe 


Westchester 


Plesis 


Jefferson 


•Plymouth 


Chenango 


PoestinkiU 


RenssLlaer 


Point Peninsula 


Jefferson 


Poland 


He.-kimer 


Poland Center 


Chautauque 


Pompey 


Onoudaga 


Pompey Center 


Onondaga 


Pond Eddy 


Sullivan 


Poney Hollow 
Pontiae 


Tompkins 
Erie 


PoolviUe 


Mail son 


Pope's Mills 


Saratoga 


Poplar Ridge 


Cayuga 


Portageville 
Port Byron 
Port Chester 


Wyoming 


Cayuga 


Wcstchvister 


Port Crane 


Broome 


Porter's Corners 


Saratoga 


Port Ewcn 


Ulster 


Port Gibson 


Ontario 


Port Glasgow 


Wayne 


Port Henry 


Kssex 


Port Jackson 


Montgomery 
Suffolk 


Port Jefferson 


Port Jervis 


Orange 


Port Kent 


Essex 


Portland 


Chautauque 


Portlandville 


Otsego 


Port Leyden 


Lewis 


Port Ontario 


Oswego 


Port Richmond 


Richmond 


Portville 


Cattaraugus 


Port Washington 


Queens 


Post Creek 


Chemung 


Potsdam 


St. Lawrence 


Potter 


Yates 


Potter's Hill 


Rensselaer 


Potter's Hollow 


Albany 


Pottersville 


Warren 


Poughkeepsie 
Poughquag 


Dutchess 
Dutchess 


Pound?ids°o 


Westchester 


Prattsburg 


Steuben 


Pratts' Hollow 


Madison 


Prattsvillo 


Greene 


Preblo 


Cortland 


Preston 


Chenaueo 


Preston Hollow 


Albany 


Prince's Bay 


Richmond 


Prinoetowu 


Schenectady 


Prospect 


Oneida 


Protection 


Erie 


Providence 


Saratoga 


Pulaski 


Oswego 



42 



POST OFFICES — NEW YORK. 



Puat Office. 

Pultney 

Pultnejville 

Pulver's Corners 

Punly Creek 

Piirdy's Station 

Purvis 

Putnam 

^uldll 
Juaker Hill 
iker Springs 
iker Street 



Bt River 
Ramapo Works 
Ranilall 
RanJolph 
Raii.Jolph Center 
Ransomville 



County. 

Steuben 
Wayne 
Dutchess 
Steuben 
Westchester 
Sullivan 
Washington 
Rensselaer 
Dutchess 
Saratoga 
Schenectady 
Ulster 

A^arr^ 
Suffolk 
St. Lawrence 
Rockland 



Rawson Hollow 
Raymertown 
Raymondville 
Reading 
Reading Center 
R.d Brick 
Riid Creek 
R.-d Falls 
Ridfield 
Red ford 
Red Hook 
Red Mills 
R 'd Rock 
R-lwood 
R-ed's Corners 
R-idsville 
Rmsen 
RusselaerFalls 



R xville 

R vuale's Basin 

R inoldsviUe 

RlMUfbeck 

Rhine Cliff 

Ri-hburg 

Richfield 

R'ehfield Springs 

Richford 

Richland Station 

Ri.-hinond 

Ri -hmond Mills 

Richmondville 



JNiagara 
Erie 
Steuben 
Queens 
Cattaraugus 
Tompkins 
Rensseli 
St. Lawrence 
Steube 
Steube 
Sulliva 
Wayn 
Green 
Oswego 
Clinton 
Dutchess 
Putnam 
Colui 
Jefferson 
Ontario 
Albany 
Oneida 
St. Lawrence 
Albany 
Er- 
Saratoga 
Steube: 
■ Niagara 
Schuyler 
Dutch 
Dutchess 
Allegany 
Otsego 
Otsego 



Post Offic 

Rulandvill 

Rural Hill 

Rush 

Rushford 

Rushville 

Russell 



Schoharie 

Jefferson 

Monroe 

Allegany 

St. Lawrence 

Herkimer 

Jefferson 

Westchester 

Corners Schenectady 



R. ^T's Mill 

Ri I e 
Rid.ebury 
Rid Road 

Ri W.IV 

Rifton Glen 

Ri 

Rii. T'sHoU 

Ri .1 -v 

Ri u.'ville 



St 



03\ 

Richn 
Ontario 

Schoharie 
. Lawrence 

Columbia 
Livingston 



I iMdL.ako 
Rift 



Orleans 

Ulster 

Monroe 

Steuben 

Chautauque 

Steuben 

Westchester 

Suffolk 

Jefferson 



SaratOL';i 
Chenantr. 

Sullivan 

Rockland 

Delawan 

Yate: 

Allegany 

^:;it:; 

Jeffersoi) 



Ro.. 

R03 ho 

Ro? ■ H 
RoH nci 
Roslrii 

Ros-,.. 
Ko^vi 
Ro.M..' 
R.ixl.. 
Riyilt 



Rutland 

Rye 

Rynex's 

Sackett's Harbor 

Sageville 

Sag Harbor 

Saint Helena 
Saint James 
St. Johnsville 
St. Johnsburg 
St. Lawrence 
Salamanca 
Salem 

Salem Center 
Saliua 
Salisbury 
Salisbury Center 
Salisbury Mills 
Salmon River 
Salt Point 
SaltSpringville 
Sammonsville 
Samsonville 
Sand Bank 
Sanborn 
Sandburgh 
Sand Lake 
Sandusky 
Sandy Creek 
Sandy Hill 
Sanford 

Sanford's Corners 
Sangerfield 



Jefferson 

Hamilton 

Suffolk 

Orange 

Wyoming 

Suffolk 

Montcomery 

Niagara 

Jefferson 

Cattaraugus 

Washington 

Westchester 

Onondaga 

Herkimer 

Herkimer 

Orange 

Oswego 

Dutchess 

Otsego 

Fulton 

Ulster 

Oswego 

Niagara 

Sullivan 

Rensselaer 

Cattaraugus 

Oswego 

Washington 



Saranao Lake 
Saratoga Springs 

Saugerties 
Sauijuoit 



Scarborough 



;ayv 



sdale 



Schaghticoke 
Schenectady 
Schenevus 
Schodack Center 
Schodack Depot 
Schodack L 
Schoharie 
Schroon Lake 
Schroon River 



Itzsville 



Scipio 
ScipioviUe 
Sconondoa 
Scotch Bush 



Broome 

Jefferson 

Oneida 

Clinton 

Franklin 

Saratoga 

Erie 

Ulster 

Oneida 

Wayne 

Orange 

Steuben 

Westchester 

Suffolk 

Westchester 

Rensselaer 

Schenectady 

Oisego 

Rensselaer 

Rensselaer 

ding Rensselaer 

Schoharie 

Essex 

Essex 

Dutchess 

Clinton 

Sanuo^a 
All 'gany 
Clinton 
Cayuga 
Oavuga 



Post Office. 

Shelby Basin 

Sheldon 

Sheldrake 

Shelter Island 

Sherburne 

Sneridan 

Sherman 

Sherman Hollow 

Sherwood's 

Shin Creek 

Shingle Creek S 

Shirley 

Sbokan 

Shongo 

Shortsville 

Short Tract 

Shrub Oak 

Shushan 

Shutter's Corners 

Sidney 

Sidney Center 

Sidney Plains 

Siloam 

Silver Creek 

Silver Lake 

Sing Sing 

Skaneateles 

Slate Hill 

Slaterville 

Sloansville 

Sloatsburg 

Smith's Basin 

Smithsboro' 

Smith's Mills 

Smithtown 

Smithtowu Branch 

Smith's Valley 

Smithville 

Smithville Flats 

Smoky Hollow 



Suffolk 

Chenango 

Chautauque 

Chautauoue 



Smyrna 

Sodus 

Sodus Center 
Sodus Point 
Solon 



South Addison 
South Alabama 
South Albion 
South America 
Southampton 
South Argyle 
South Avon 
South Balston 
South Barre 
South Berlin 
South Berne 
South Bolivar 
South Bomliay 
South Bradford 
South Hristu! 
South liro..ktield 
South liutler 
South Byron 
South Cairo 

th Champion 
th Columbia 
111 Corinth 



t. Lawrence 

Erie 

Ulster 

Allegany 
Westchester 
Washington 
Schoharie 
Delaware 
Delaware 
Delaware 
Madison 
Chautauque 
Clinton 
Westchester 
Onondaga 
Orange 
Washington 
Schoharie 
Rockland 
Washington 
Tioga 
Chautauque 
Suffolk 
Suffolk 
Schuyler 
Jefferson 
Chenango 
Columbia 
Chenango 
Wayne 
WaVne 
AVaVue 



Oswugo 

Dutchess 

Suffolk 

Washington 

Livingston 

Saratoga 

Orleans 

Rensselaer 

Albany 



Post Office. 


County. 


South Otselic 


Chenango 


South Owego 


Tioga 


South Oxford 


Chenaugo 


South Plattsburg 


Clinton 


South Plymouth 


Chenango 


Southport 


Ch,-mung 


South Pultney 


Steuben 


South Richland 


Oswego 


South Rutland 


Jefferson 


South Salem 


Westchester 


South Sand Lake 


Rensselaer 


South Schodack 


ReusseLaer 


South Side 


Richmond 


South Sodus 


Wayne 


SouthStephentow 


n Rensselaer 


South Stockton 


Chautauiiue 


South Thurston 


Steuben 


South Trenton 


Oneida 


South Troupsburg Steubea 


South Valley 


Otsego 


Southville St. Lawrence 


South Wales 


Erie 


South Westerlo 


AU.anj 


Southwest Osweg 


Oswego 


South AVilson 


Niagara 


South Worcester 


Otsego 


Spafford 


Onondaga 


Spafford Hollow 


Onondaga 


Sparrow Bush 


Orange 


Sparta 


Livingston 


Speedville 


-";^,!- 


Spchcer 


Spencerport 


M....n-..e 


Spencertown 


C..lr.i,!l.ia 


Speonk 


Srrtolk 


Spooner's Corners nt.,.ro 


Spraker's Basin 


Montv.MM. rr 


Spring Brook 


! ■ r ; t 


Springfield 


(1 


Springfield Ceutr 




Sprini Mills 


AM. .,,i,r 
Si);i.ilk 


Springs 


Spring Valley 


Rockland 


Sprin-ville 


Kria 


Springwater 


Livin;~t..a 


Sprout Brook 


Mont.. •. ,y 


Sprout Creek 


I,),,-, ■ -, 


Spuyten Duyvil 


We.-t^: ■,!■ 


slaatsburg 


1> . -^ 


Stafford 


i;. 


Stamford 


Dl. .:• 


Stanard's Corners .W 


Stamfordville 


IV; 


Stanley Corners 


1 1 1 ,0 


Stauwix 


(lu.i.U 


Stapleton 


Riclnuund 


Starkey 


Yates 


Starkville 


Herkimer 


State Bridge 


Ou.ida 


State Road 


Cheman^ 


Steamburg 


Cattarau.-us 


Stedman 


Chautai. luo 


<• ,1,. US' Mills 


Stiiil.en 


' 'i ;itowu 


R.-ns.claet 




Cavu--» 


-, li!l; Bush 


l..-Wii 


-;,il,„.; Valley 


Ca.^aga 


SterliugviUe 


J.ir-rson 


Steuben 


Ou-da 


StevensviUo 


Sullivan 


S 1 1 1 1 V i 1 1 


On ida 



Oorthi 



St. 



Otsego 

Lawrence 

Saratoga 

villo Or..n;:e 

Schoharie 

"alls Saratoga 

Oswego 

.• Washington 



Montgomery 


Sli'u.daUen 


I'l .;.T 


S.. 11 li ll;vrt\% ii'k 


Wavn". 




Sclwlian.- 


S.iath ll.ivn 


Ot^r-. 


-•'i 1 \■■,■^ (' iltrr 


Schul.aru. 


S. ,11th Hill 


Sen..^ 1 


■ S 1 : ■.!! - 1 '111 ;s 


Seli.iharie 


South Howard 


Ul.t. 1 


ll ,, ,l, - ]l 


Di.t,-hess 


South Ki.rtrlght 


Queen- 


^ ll !■. 1 -.■.\ 11 


Uelw.irea 


S„,ilh Lansing 


. Lawrence 


Sll.lW.lUgilllg 


cuter 


South Lima 


Richmond 


Shawneo 


Niagara 


.South Livonia 


Clinton 


Shod'. Corners 


Malison 


South New Uorlin 


Delaware 


Sheen water 


Hrie 


Southold 


Nittgarai 


Shelliy 


Orlcan 


South Ouondaja 



lirt Station 


[Ida" are 




Chauia - ;ue 






one Arabia 


Slont • 


one Church 




one Mills 


J,': 


one Ridge 


1 r 


inv Brook 


Suf.iHl 


.rmville 


Di.teh..sa 


.well's Corners 


Jeir.rion 


raifs Corners 


Ti..,. 


•at lord 


Fallon 


rat i.M.'s Falls 


n.lawtro 


rvk-rsvillo 


Wv,.,u:ng 


ivvesant 


CiViuii'ia 


,:vv..santF.alls 


Columbia 


eress 


Soilolk 


Herns 


Roekl ind 


ff.ilk 


Si.il..lk 


.-ar Hill 


Steuben 


•ir l.oaf 


Orange 




Cattnraiigiu 


ill .uVillo 


Chemi.ng 


iiiiiP r IIUI 


Cinuga 


mmit 


Sohohair. 



POST OFFICES NORTH CAROLINA. 



43 



Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Summit Station 


Onondaga 


Van Buren Center Onondaga 


West Burlington 


Otsego 


Wheeler 


Steubm 


Suspension Bridge Niagara 


Van Etlen 


Chemung 


Westburg 


Cayuga 


White Creek 


WaihiDgun 


Swains 


Allegany 


VanEttenville 


Chemung 


West Butler 


Wayne 


Whitehall 


Washingten 


Swale 


Steuben 


Van Hornesville 


Herkimer 


West Camden 


Oneida 


White Lake 


Sullivan 


Sweden 


Monroe 


Variek 


Seneca 


West Cameron 


Steuben 


White Plains 


Westchester 


Syosset 


Queens 


Varna 


Tompkins 


West Camp 


Ulster 


Whitesburg 


Fulton 


Syracuse 


Onondaga 


Varysburg 


Wyoming 
Cayuga 


West Candor 


Tioga 


White's Corners 


Erie 


Taberg 


Oneida 


Venice 


West Carlton 


Orleans 


Whiteside's Corners Saratot-a 


Ta^hkanick 


Columbia 


Venice Center 


Cayugs 


West Charlton 


Saratoga 


White's Store 


Chenango 


Tallman 


Rockland 


Verbank 


Dutchesa 


West Cha^y 


Clinton 


White Stone 


Qaeens 
Oneida 


Taunersville 


Greene 


Vermillion 


Oswego 


Westchester 


Westchester 


Whitestowu 


Tappantown 


Rockland 


Vermont 


Chautauque 


West Clarksville 


Allegany 


Whitesville 


Allegany 


Tarry town 


Westchester 


Vernon 


Oneida 


WestColesville 


Eioome 


Whitney's Crossins Allegany 


Taylor 


Cortland 


Vernon Center 


Oneida 


WestConesville 


Schoharie 


Whitney's Point 


Broome 


Taylorsville 


Ontario 


Verona 


Oneida 


West Constable 


Franklin 


Wilbur 


Ulster 


Terry's Corners 


Chemung 


Verplanok 


Westchester 


West Danby 


Tompkins 


Wileysville 


Steuben 


Texas 


Oswego 


Versailles 


Cattaraugus 


West Davenport 


Delaware 


WiUet 


Cortland 


Texas Valley 


Cortland 


Vesper 


Onondaga 


West Day 


Saratoga 
Yates 


William'sBridge 


Westchester 


The Clove 


Ulster 


Vestal 


Broome 


West Dresden 


Williamsburg 


Kings 


The Corner 


Ulster 


Vestal Center 


Broome 


West Drvden 


Tompkins 


Williamson 


Wavne 


The Glen 


Warren 


Veteran 


Chemung 


West Eaton 


Madison 


Williamstown 


Oswego 
Erie 


Theresa 


Jefferson 


Victor 


Ontaria 


West Edmeston 


Otsego 


WilliamsviUe 


Tne Square 


Cayuga 


Victorv 


Cayugo 


Westerlo 


Albany 


Willink 


Erie 


Thompson's Stat 


ion Suffolk 


Victor'y Mills 


Saratoga 
Oneida 


Westernville 


Oneida 


Willsboro' 


Essex 


Th.;mpsonville 


Sullivan 


Vienna 


West Exeter 


Otsego 


Willseyville 


Tio^a 


Thorn Hill 


Onondaga 


Villanova 


Chautanque 


West Falls 


Erie 


Wilmington 


Essix 


Three Mile Bay 


Jefferson 


Virgil 


Cortland 


West Farmington 


Ontario 


Wilna 


Jefferson 


Three Kiver Poi 


nt Onondaga 


Vischer's Ferry 


Saratoga 


West Farms 


Westchester 


Wilson's 


Niagara 


TUroopsviUe 


Cayuga 


Vista 


Westchester 


West Fayette 


Seneca 


Wilson's Creek 


Tioga 


Thurman 


Warren 


Voak 


Yates 


Westfield 


Chautauque 


Wilton 


Saratoga 


Thurston 


Steuben 


Volney 


Oswego 


Westlord 


Otsego 


Windham Center 


GreeSe 


Ticonderoga 


Essex 


Volusia 


Chautauque 


West Fort Ann 


Washington 


Windsor 


Broome 


Tioga Center 


Tioga 


Waddington !■ 


t. Lawrence 


West Fulton 


Schoharie 


Winfield 


Herkimer 


Tivoli 


Dutchess 


Wadham's Mills 


Essex 


West Galway 


Fulton 


Wing's Station 


Dntcliess 


Toddsville 


Otsego 


Wading River 


Suffolk 


WestGilboa 


Schoharie 


Wjnspear 


Erie 


Tomhannock 


Rensselaer 


Waldeu 


Orange 


West Granville C 


orners 


Wiscoy 


Allegany 


Tompkins' Cove 


Rockland 


Wales 


Erie 




Washington 


Woleott 


Waxne 


TompkinsviUe 


Richmond 


Wales Center 


Erie 


West Greece 


Monroe 


Wolcottsville 


Niagara 


Tonawanda 




WalesviUe 


Oneida 


West Greenfield 


Saratoga 


Wolf Hill 


Alb.,ny 


Tottcnsville 


Richmond 


Walker's Valley 


Ulster 


West Greenwood 


Steuben 


Woodbourne 


Sullivan 


Towlesville 


Steuben 


Wallace 


Steuben 


West Groton 


Tompkins 


Woodbury 


Q.utens 


Towuers . 


Putnam 


Walmore 


Niagara 


West Hamburg 


Erie 


WoodhuU 


Steuben 


Town Line 


Erie 


Walton 


Delaware 


West Hampton 


Suffolk 


Woodland 


ruver 


Townsend 


Chemung 


Walworth 


Wayne 


West Hebron 


Washington 


Wood's Falls 


Clititon 


Townsendville 


Seueca 


VVampsville 


Madison 


West Henrietta 


Monroe 


Woodslde 


Queens 


Tracy Creek 


Broomi 


VVappinger's Fal 


s Dutchess 


West Hoosick 


Rensselaer 


Woodstock 


Ulster 


Transit Bridge 


Allegany 


Allegany 


West Hurley 


Ulster 


Woodville 


Jefferson 


Tremont 


Westchester 


Wardborough 


Warren 


West Jasper 


Steuben 


Woodward's Holl 


ow Erie 


Trenton 


Oneida 


WarnerviUe 


Schoharie 


West Junius 


Seneca 


Worcester 


Otsego 


Trenton Falls 


Oneida 


Warren 


Herkimer 


West K. ndall 


Orleans 


Worth ville 


Jefferson 


Triangle 


Broome 


Warrensburg 


Warren 


West Kill 


Greene 


Wright's Corners 


Niagara 


Tribes Hill 


Montgomery 


Warren's Corners 


Niagara 


West Kortright 


Delaware 


Wrightvale 


Lewii 


Troupsbury 


Steubei 


Warsaw 


Wyoming 


West Laurens 


i'^;i^ 


Wurtsboro' 


Sullivan 


Trout Creek 


Delaware 


Warwick 


Orange 


West Leyden 


Wyuantskill 


Rensselaer 


Trout River 


Franklin 


Washington 


Dutchess 


West Lowville 


Lewis 


Wyoming 


Wyoming 


Troy 


Rensselaer 


Washinfton Hollo 


w Dutchess 


West Macedon 


Wayne 


Yileville 


^'"lu^ofk" 


Trumansburg 


Tompkins 


Washington Mills 


Oneida 


West Martinsburg 


Lewis 


Yaphank 


Trumansburg Landing Seneca 
Trumbull Corners Tompkins 


Wassaic 


Dutchess 


West Meredith 


Delaware 


Yates 


Orleans 


Waterbury 


Tompkins 


West Milton 


Saratoga 


Yatesville 


Yates 


Truxton 


Cortland 


Waterford 


Saratoga 


West Monroe 


Oswego 


Yonkers 


Westchester 


Tuckahoe 


Westchester 


Waterloo C. H. 


Seneca 


Westmoreland 


Oneida 


York 


Livingston 


Tnlly 


Onondaga 


Waterloo Mills 


Orange 


West Newark 


Tioga 


Yorkshire 


Cattaraugus 


Tully Valley 


Onondaga 


Waterport 


Orleans 


Weston 


Steuben 


Yorkshire Center Cattaraugus 


Tur;n 


Lewis 


Watertown 


Jefferson 


West Oneonto 


Otsego 


Yorktown 


Westchester 


Tr.r:ier-s 


Orange 


Watervale 


Onondaga 


West Perth 


Fulton 


Young Hickory 


Steuben 


Tuin-.iood 


Ulster 


Water Valley 


Erie 


West Plattsburg 


Clinton 


Youngstowu 


Niagara 


Tjsearora 


Livingston 


Waterville 


Oneida 


West Point 


Orange 


Youngsville 


Sulliv»n 


TuscMvora Centre 

TuthiU 

Tjre 


Steuhen 
Ulster 
Seneca 


Watervliet Centei 

Watkins 

Watson 


Albany 

Chemung 

Lewis 


Westport Essex 
West Potsdam St. Lawrence 
West Providence Saratoga 










Tyrone 


Steuben 
Ulster 


Watt's Flats 
Waverly 


Chautauqua 
Tioga 


WestRichmondvi 
West Rush 


lleSchohari.' 
Monroe 


^ortli Carolina 




Otsego 


Wawarsing 
Wayland Depot 


Ulster 


West Sand Lake 


Rensselaer 








Otsego 


Steuben 


West Schuyler 


Herkimer 


Post Office. 


County. 


Unadilla Forks 


Otsego 


Wayne 


Steube.. 


West Seneca 


Erie 






Underwood 


Broome 


Way ue Centre 


Wayne 


West Seneca Center Erie 


Abbott'sCreek 


Davidson 


Union 


Broome 


Wayne Four Corners Steuben I 


West Shandaken 


Ulster 


Adam's Creek 


Craven 


Union Center 


Broome 


Weavertown 


Warren 


West Shelby 


Orleans 


Albemarle 


Stiu.ly 


Union Church 


Albany 


Webb's Mills 


Chemung 


West Somers 


Westchester 


Albertson's 


D«,lin 


Union Corners 


Livin.-ston 


Webster 


Monroe 


West Somerset 


Niagara 


Alexandriana 


ecklenburg 


Union Falls 


Clinton 


Weedsport 


Cayuga 


West Stephentown Rensselaer i 


Allordsville 


Robeson 


Union Grove 


Delaware 


Wegatchie St. Lawrence I 


West Stockholm St. Lawrence 1 


Allemance 


Guiliord 


Union Mills 


Fulton 


Wefls 


Hamilton 


West Taghanick 


Columbia 


AUensville 


Person 


Union Settlement 


Oswego 


Wellsburg 


Chemung 


West Town 


Orange 


Aman's Store ' 


Onslow 


Union Society 


Greene 


Wells' Comer 


Orange 


West Township 


Albany 


Amity Hill 


Ireuell 


Union Springs 


Cayuga 


Wellsville 


Allegany 

Tioga 


WestTroupsburg 


Steubei 


Anderson's Store 


Caswell 


Union Square 


Oswego 


WeltonviUe 


West Troy 


Albany 


Angola New Hanover 


Union Valley 


Cortland 


West Addison 


Steuben 


West Union 


Steuben 


Anna Perena 


Robeson 


Uniouville 


Orange 
Suffolk 


West Albany 


Albany 


Vest Valley 


Cattaraugus 


Ansonville 


Auson 


Upper Aquebogue 


West Almond 


Allegany 


West Vienna 


OncTda 


A(iuone 


Jhuon 


Upper Jay 


Essex 


West Amboy 


Oswego 


West View 


Livingston 


Arcadia 


DavuUon 


Upper Lisle 


Broome 


West Bainbridgo 


Chenango 


Westville 


Otsego 


Areysville 


Sauiii-on 


Upper Red Hook 


Dutchess 


West Bangor 


Franklin 


West Walworth 


Wayne 


Argyle 


Cuml.LThind 


Utica 


Oneida 


West Barre 


Orleans 


West Webster 


Monroe 


Asheborough 


Kanuolph 
Buncombe 


Vail '3 Gate 


Orange 


West Batavia 


Genesee 


West Windsor 


Broome 


AsheviUe 


Vail's Mills 


Fulton 


West Bergen 


Genesee 


West Winfleld 


Herkimer 


Asylum 


Grauvillo 


Valatie 


Columbia 


West Berne 


Aloany 


Westwood 


Erie 


Auburn 


Wake 


Valcour 


Clinton 


West Bloomfield 


Ontario 


West Yorkshire 


Cattaraugus 


Auman'sHill 


Montgoinerv 


Valhalla 


Westchester 


West Branch 


Oneida 


Wethersfield 


Wyoming 


Ausburnvillo 


W ike's 


Valley Falls 


Rensselaer 


West Briu'hton 


Monroe; Wethers Springs 


Wyoming 


Averysboro' 


Harnett 


Vallonia Springs 


Broome West Brook 


Delaware Whallonsburg 


Essex 1 


Avery's Creek 


Buncmbe 


Van Buren 


Onondaga 1 


West BrookTille 


Sullivan n 


WheatTiUe 


Geneiee 


Ayersville 


Stokea 



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POST OFFICES NORTH CAROLINA. 



Post Offlc 



County. 



Bachelor's Creek Randolph 

Bain's Mills Orans( 

Baker's X Roads Franklin 

Bakersville Yancey 
Bald Creek 

Ballard's Bridge Chowa 
Banaerman New Hauov. 

Barclaysville Harnett 

Bartonsville Hertford 

Bath Beaufort 

Battleboroush Edgecombe 

Battle Hill Duplin 

Bay River Cravei 

Beach's Mills Oolumbm 

Bear Branch Richmond 

Be:)r Cieek Yancey 

Bear Swamp Duplin 

Bear Wallow Henderson 

Bjattie's Ford Lincoln 

Beatty's Bridge Bladen 

Beaufort Carteret 

Beaumont Chatham 

Beaver Creek Ashe 

Beaver Dam Union 

Belleview Beaufort 

Bellevoir Chatham 

Belt's Bridge Iredell 

Belt's Store Wake 

Belvidere Perquimans 
Beman's y. Roads Sampson 

Bentonsville Johnson 

Berea Granville 

Bethania Forsyth 

Bethany Church Iredell 

Bethel Hill Person 

Beulah Johnson 

Big Falls Orange 

Big Laurel Madison 

Big Lick Stanly 

Big Swamp Columbus 

Birchettsville Cleveland 

Black Creek Wilson 

Blackman's Mills Sampson 

Black Mountain McDowell 
Black River Chapel 

New Hanover 

Black Rock Brunswick 

Black well Caswell 

Blakeley Stokes 

Blocker's Cumberland 
Bloomingdale Mecklenburg 

Bloomington Guilford 

Blount's Creek Beaufort 

Blowing Rock Watauga 

Blue Rids-e Henderson 

Blue Wing Granville 

Bojiue Columbus 

Boilstoa Henderson 

Boue Camp Madison 

Bowman's Bluff Henderson 

Boone Watauga 

Boone Hill Johnson 

BooQcville Yadkin 

Bostick's Mills Richmond 

Cost's Mills Cabarras 

Boyd's Ferry Pit 

Boyden Iredell 

Branch Chatham 

Brauch's Store Duplin 

BrasstieM Wake 

Brick Church Guilford 

Bridgcwater Burke 

Brier Creek Wilkes 

Brindleton Burke 

Bringle's Ferry Rowan 

Brinkleyville Halifax 

Brittain Rutherford 

Broad River Cleveland 

Broiikliu Robeson 

Brookville Granville 

Brower's Slills Randolph 

Brownivillo Granville 

Brush Creek Randolph 

Bryant's Swamp Bladen 

Buchanan Granville 

Buck horn Robeson 

B:iekland Gates 

Bick Shoals Caldwell 

Buoy's Creek Harnett 

Bu.'na Vista Dapliu 

Bilfalo Moors 

Bi Halo Ford Randolph 

Bi;^abo Wilkes 

Bi,'Hill Cdumbus 

Bunker's Hill C:Ua»ba 

Biiiin'd Lovul llarni'tt 



illo 



coy 



Uurnoy'a MilU Rand 

Bushy Fork Person 

Butler Rutherford 

Byrdsvillo Brunswick 

Ciiin's Branch McDowell 



Post Office. 



mty. 



Caintuck New Hanover 

Calahaln D 

Calaubria Cowan 

Caldwell Oraug 

Caledonia Moore 

Calhoun Henderson 

Calton Moore 

Camden Camden 

Camp Call Cleveland 

Camp Creek " 

Cane Creek Chatham 

Caraway Randolph 

Carbonton Chatham 

Caroline City Cartere 
Carolina Seminary Green 

Cary Wake 

Carthage Moori 

Cisher's Valley Macoi 

Castalia Nash 

Castania Grove Ga 

Catawba Spring Lincoln 

Catawba Station Iredell 

Catawba View Caldwell 

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 Mecklenbure 

Chapel Hill Orange 

Cherry Lane Ashe 

Cherrytield Henderson 

ChesnutHill Ashe 

Chesnut Oak Gaston 

Chesnut Ridge Yadkin 

Childsville Yancey 

Chimney Rock Rutherford 

China Grove Rowan 

Chinkapin Duplin 

Chronicle Lincoln 

Clarksberry Rockingham 

Clark's Creek Montgomery 

Clarksville Davie 

Clayton Johnson 

Claytonville Henderson 

Clay Valley Robeson 

Clear Creek Mecklenburi: 

Clemmonsville Davidson 

Clinton Sampson 

Clover Garden Orange 
Clover Orchard 

Coburn's Store Union 

Coddle Creek Cabarras 

Cornjock Currituck 

Oolerain Bertie 

Colesville Stokes 

Colletsville Caldwell 

Columbia Tyrrell 

Columbus Polk 

Colvin's Creek New Hanover 

Cumfori; Jones 
Company's Shops Alamance 

Concord Cabarras 

Cool Spring Iredell 

Cooper's (Jap Rutherford 

Copenhagen Caldwel.' 

Cottage Home Lincoln 

Cotton Grove Davidson 

County Lino Davie 

Covington Richmond 

Cowan's Ford Mecklenburg 

Oowee Macon 
Cowell's Bridge 

Cowper Hill Robeson 

Cox's MilU Randolph 

Coxville Pitt 

Crab Tree Haywood 

Creaghead Mecklenburg 

Craigsvillo Giistun 

Crain's Creek Moore 

Cranberry Forge Watauga 

Creaehvillo Jolinson 

IS Roads 

Cross Ri>ek Ma.lii,.n 

Crooked Creek m . , 

Crowdor's Creek i: 
Crowdcr'8 Mouiiiain i. i 

Culm Itutl. , :..,.! 
Ounninglmm's Store riiion 

Ourriosvillo Moore 

OarritnckO. H. Currituck 

Curtis' MilU Alamance 

Cypress Creek Uladen 



Punt OJice 



County. 



Dallas 
Danbury 



Gaston 
Stokes 

Dan River Rockingham 
Davidson College Mecklenburg 

Davidson River Henderson 

Day Book Yancey 

Djal's Mills Caldwell 

Deep Creek Anson 

Deep River Guilford 

Deep Water Ired 

Democrat Buncombe 

Deserett Bladen 

Dey's Mills Currituck 

Dick's Creek Buncombe 

Dobbinsville Sam_ 

Dobson Surry 

Dockerys' Store Richmond 

Dogwood Grove New Hanover 

Double Shoals Cleveland 

Downingville Bladen 
Draughon's Store Sarapsoi 

Drowning Creek Burk 

Dry Ponds Lincoli 

Dudley Wayne 

Dunning Creek Rich 

Duncan's Creek Cleveland 

Dandarrack Robeson 

Dunn's Rock Henderson 

Durham's Orange 

Durham's Creek Beaufort 

Dutchville Granville 

Dysortville McDowell 

Eagle Falls Rockingham 

Eagle Mills Iredell 

Eagle Rock Wake 

Early Grove Lincoln 

Earpsborough Johnson 

Bast Bend Yadkin 

Bast Laporte Jackson 

Eden Randolph 

Edenton Chowan 

Edinboro' Montgomery 

Edneyville Henderson 

Efird's Mills Stanley 

Egypt Yancey 

Elevation Johnson 

Elizabeth Citv Pasquotank 

Elizabethtowu Bladen 

Elk Creek Ashe 
Elk XKoads 

Elkin Surry 

Elk Shoals Alexander 

Elk Spur Wilkes 
aikwUe 

Elm Grove Rockingham 

EUisville Bladen 

Enfield Halifax 

England's Point Cherokee 

Enola Iredell 

Erasmus Gaston 

Erwiusville Cleveland 

Everettsville Wayne 

Exchange Warren 

Fair Bluff Coluni 

Fairfield Hyde 

Fair Grove Davidson 

Fairplay Robeson 

Fairport Granville 

Fairview Buncombe 

Faison's Depot Duplin 

Falkland Pitt 

Fall Creek Chatham 

Falling Creek Wayne 

Falls Yaneev 

Fallstown Iredell 
Fancy Hill 

Farmington Divie 

Fayettevillo Cumb.rl.iud 

Fentriss (Juiin.nl 

Fine's Creuk Uavwood 

First Broad RutluTlord 

Fish Dam Wake 

Fisher's Catavvha 

Fisher's Gap S,,nv 



Post Offic 



County. 



Fort Hembree Cherokee 

Fort Landing Tyrrell 
Fort Montgomery Cherokee 

Foust's Mills Randolph 

Francisco Stokes 

Franklin Macon 

Franklinburg Anson 

Frauklinton Franklin 

FranklinviUe Randolph 

French Broad Buncombe 
French Creek Church Bladen 

l''riendship Guilford 

Fullwood Store Mecklenburg 

Fulton Davie 

Gaddeysville Robeson 

Gap Civil Ashe 
Gap Creek 

Garmon's Mills Cabarras 

Gardner's Ford Cleveland 

Garysburg Northampton 

Gaston Northampton 

Gatesville (Jates 

Georgetown J»i k-:on 

Germanton Stokes 

Gibson's Store Richmond 

Gibsonville Guilford 
Gilmer's Store 

Gilopolis Robeson 

Glade Creek Ashe 

Gladsburg Randolph 

GlenalooQ Chatham 

Globe Caldwell 

Golden Place Onslow 

Golden Valley Rutherford 

Gold Branch Cherokee 

Gold Hill Rowan 

Gold Region Moore 

Goldsboro' Wayne 

Goldston Cliatham 

Good Spring Jtoore 
Goose Creek Island B -aufort 

Gordonton Person 

Governor's Island Macon 

Graham Alamance 

Granite Hill Iredell 

Grape Creek Cherokee 

Grassy Creek Y inier 

Grassy Knob Ruther'ord 

Gravelly Hill Bladeli 

Graves Caswe 1 

Gray's Creek Cum. .riand 

Green Hill Rutheriord 

Green Level Wake 

Green Plains Northampton 

Green River Henderson 

Greensborough Guilford 

Green Swamp Columbus 

Greenville Pitt 

Grogansville Rockiuiiham 

Grove Chatham 

Grove Hill Warren 

Gulf Chatham 

Gum Branch Onslow 

Gnm Neck Tyrrel 

Hadley's Mills Chatham 

Hadnot's Cart.ret 

Halifax Halifax 

Hallsville Duplin 

Hamby'3 Creek Davidson 

Hamilton Martia 

Flamptonville Yadkia 

Hannersville Davidson 

Ilappv Home Burke 

HarrJll's Store New Hanover 

Harrelsville Hertford 

Harrincton Cumberland 

ll.irris Depot Cabarr:i3 

Ilirri^Jon Creek Cumberland 

llirnsville Montgomi-ry 

Hart-b.irn Alamance 



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Five-Mile Fork 


Y 


Flag Branch 




Flat Branches 


I' 


Flat Creek 


Bun 


Flat River 




Flat Itoek 


iU-w 


{•Mat Shoal 




h'lint Koek 


C:\ 


i;iHri,.sville 


K. 




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! I Hume 


Bun 


1 1 !..U0 




!■ .ii Cr.'i'k 


Ra, 


Fork Mountain 


^ 


Forks of Pigeon 


Ha 


Forks of Tonnessoo 




Fork Swamp 


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Fort Defiance 


Ca 



inch 


Onslow 


s 


Orang. 


s Store 


Sampson 




Alamance 


low 


Wilkes 


k 


Si.rry 




Chalhar,;,- 


11 


Oaldwell 


Springs 


Davidson 


le 


Halifax 1 




A-he 


,„ 


Granv.llG 


nvillo 


Henderson , 


ille 


^^ Sampson 




Perquimans , 


S t ore 




r.ivern 


Catawba 




RutherNird 


lilt 


(Juilford 


mU 


Ratberfonl 


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Jackson 



POST OFFICES NORTH CAROLINA. 



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Hillsboro' 
Hillsdale 
Hill's Store 
H 
Hitchcock 



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County. 

Caswell 

Nasi 

Oransi 

Guilford 

Randolph 

Pasquotank 

Macon 



ly Springs Wake 

Holtsburg Davidson 

Holt' 3 Store Alamance 

Holly Grove < Madison 

Hookerstown 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 

iHunting Creek Wilkes 

Huntsville Yadkin 

Hurdle's Mills Person 

Independence Caswell 

Indesville Surry 

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 

Jefferson 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 

Killian's Mills Lincoln 

Kimbolton Chatham 

King's Creek Caldwell 

King's Mountain Gaston 

Kinnie's Creek Cumberland 

Kinston Lenoir 

Kirkland C.ibarras 

Kittrell Granville 
Klutts' Tan Yard Cabarras 

Knap of Reeds 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 

Laurenburf Richmond 

Laurel Franklin 

Laurel Branch Kowan 

Laurel Spring Ashe 

Laurel Valley Cherokee 

Lawhom'sHill Moore 

Lawsonville Rockingham 

ijeechburg Johnson 

Leaksville Rockingham 

Leasburg Caswell 

Ledger Yancey 

Leechville Beaufort 

Leesville Robi 

Leicester Buncombe 

Lenoir Institute Le 

Lewisville Forsyth 

Lenoir Caldwell 

Lenox Castle Rocklngh 



Post Office. 



Covnty. 



Leo Stanley 

Lewis' Fork Wikes 

Lethe Richmond 

ngton Davidson 

Liberty Hill Iredell 



Hano 



Lilesville 
Lillington Ne 

Lineolnton 



Linville Rivei Burke 

Little Mills Richmond 
Little Rock Fish Cumberland 

Little River Caldwell 

Littleton Halifax 

Locust Hill Caswell 

Locust Shade Yadkin 

Logan's Store Rutherford 

Long's Mills Randolph 

Long Ridge Washington 

Long Street Moore 

Long Town Catawba 

Louisburg Franklin 

Lowrance's Mills Lincoln 

Lovelace Wilkes 

Lovelady Caldwell 

Love's Level Union 

Lowell Johnson 

Lumber Bridge Robeson 
Lumberton 

McCray's Store Orange 

McDaniel Alamance 

McLeansviUe Guilford 

Macedonia Montgomery 

Mackey's Ferry Washington 

Macon Depot Wavrren 

Madison Rockingham 

Magnolia Duplin 

Manchester Cumberland 

Mangum Richmond 

Manson Warren 

Maple Springs Wilkes 
Margaretsville Northampton 

Marion McDowell 

Marlboro' Pitt 

Marley's Mills Randolph 

Marshall Madison 
Mars Hill College 
Martha's Vineyard Chatham 

Martindale Mecklenburg 

Martin's Limekiln Stokes 

Maxwell Brunswick 

Mayfield Rockingham 
Mayo 

Maysville Greene 

Meadow Creek Orange 

Mebanesvilla Alamance 

Melrose Robeson 

Meat Camp Watauga 

Melville Alamance 

Melvinsville Bladen 

Merry Hill Bertie 

Merry Mount Warren 

Middle Creek Wake 

Middletowu Hyde 

Midway Davidson 

Millbank Granville 

Milbernie Wa^e 

Milledgevillo Montgomery 

Mill Creek Randolph 

Mill Hill Cabarras 

Mill River Henderson 

Mill Landing Bertie 

Milton Caswell 

Minersvillo McDowell 

Mint Hill Mecklenburg 

Mintonsville Gates 

Miranda Rowan 

Mocksville Davie 

Moffit'sMills Randolph 

Monk's Store Sampson 

Monroe Unioii 

Monroeton Rockingham 

Monticello Guilford 

Montpelier Richmond 

Montrose Cumberland 

Mooresborough Cleveland 

Moore's Creek New Hanover 

Mooshannee Moore 

Moretz Mill Watauga 

Morehead City Carteret 

Morgan's Mills Union 

Morgantown Burke 

Morringsville Chatham 
Morrison's Tan Yard 

Mecklenburg 

Morrisville Wake 

Morton's Store Alamance 

Morven Anson 

Moseley Hall Lenoir 

Mountain Creek Catawba 

Mountain Island Gaston 

Mount Airy Surry 



Post Office. 


County. 


Mount Gilead 


Montgomery 
Iredell 


Mount Mourne 


Mount Nebo 


Yadkin 


Mount Olive 


Wayne 


Mount Pisgah 


Alexander 


Mount Pleasant 


Cabarras 


Mount Tabor 


Forsyth 


Mount Tirza 


Person 


Mount UUa 


Rowan 


Mount Verd 


Union 


Mount Vernon 


Rowan 


Mount Willing 


Orange 


Moyock 


Currituck 


Mud Creek 


Henderson 


Muddy Fork 
Mud Lick 


Cleveland 


Chatham 


Mulberry 


Wilkes 


Mull Grove 


Lincoln 


Murfreesboro' 


Hertford 


Murphey 


Cherokee 


Nahunta 


Wayne 


Nail Factory 


Gaston 


Nantihala 


Macon 


Nashville 


Nash 


Nathan's Creek 


Ashe 


Neatman 


Stokes 


Negro Head Depot Union 


Nettle Knob 


Ashe 


Newbern 


Craven 


Newby's Bridge 
New Castle 


Perquimans 


Wilkes 


New Garden 


Guilf.rd 


New Gilead 


Moore 


New Hill 


Wake 


New Hope 


Iredell 


New Hope Academy Randolph 


New Light 


Wake 


New Market 


Randolph 


New River 


Alleghany 


New Salem 


Randolpu 


New Sterling 


Iredell 


Newton 


Catawba 


Newton Grove 




Newtonville 


Caswell 


NicuolsonviUe 


Cleveland 


North Cove 


McDowell 


North Fork 


Ashe 


Northington 


Cumberland 


Nerval 


Harnett 


Norwood 


Stanly 


Nottla 


Cherokee 


Nutbush 


Warren 


Oak Forest 


Iredell 


Oak Grove 


Union 


Oak Hill 


Granville 


Oakland 


Chatham 


Oaklawn 


Cabarras 


Oak Level 


Yadkin 


Oakley New Hanover 


Oak Ridge 


Guilford 


Oaks 


Orange 


Oak Spring 


Rutherford 


Oakville 


Union 


Ocona Lufty 


Haywood 


Ocracoke 


Hyde 


01 i Fort 


McDowell 


Old Furnace 


Gaston 


Old Richmond 


Forsyth 


Old Shop 


wike 


Old Town 


Forsyth 
Iredell 


Olin 


Olive Branch 


Union 


Olive Hill 


Person 


Onslow C. H. 


Onslow 


Orange Factory 


Orange 


Oregon 


Rockingham 


OrrviUe 


Mecklenburg 


Otter Creek 


Rutherford 


Outlaws' Bridge 


Duplin 


Owensville 


Sampson 


Oxford 


Granville 


PaeiBc 


Frankl.L 


Paetolus 


Pitt 


Paint Store 


Yancey 


Palestine 


Onslow 


Palmyra 


Halifax 


Palo Alto 


Onslow 


Pantegal 


Beaufort 


Panther Creek 


Surry 


Parks' Store 


Cabarras 


Patterson 


CaldweU 


Patterson's Store 


Alamance 


Patten's Home 


R,itherford 


Peach Tree 


Cherokee 


Peach Tree Grove Nash 


Peacock' Store 


Columbus 


Pedlar's Hill 


Chatham 


Peedee 


Anson 


Pekin 


Montgomery 


Perkinsville 


Burke 


Persimmon Hill 


Cherokee 


Petersburg 


CleveUDd 



Post Office. 


County. 


Peru 


Havwood 


Peter's Creek 


Stokes 


Pharr's Mills 


.•;.a 


Philadelphus 


Pierceville 


Cleveland 


Pigeon River 
Pikeville 


Havwood 


AVuyne 


Pilot Mountain 


Stulies 


Pine Grove 


Jlontgomery 


Pine Hall 


Stokes 


Pine Level 


Johnson 


Pineville 


Mecklenburg 


Piney Creek 


Alleghany 


Piney Green 


Onslow 


Piney Grove 


Sampson 


Pink Hill 


Lenoir 


Pioneer Mills 


Cabarras 


Pitch Landing 


Hertford 


Pitts boro' 


Chatham 


Pleasant Exchan 


ge Bladen 


Pleasant Grove 


Alamance 


Pleasant Hill 


Northampton 


Pleasant Retrea 


Dowell 


Pleasant Ridge 


Gaston 


Pleasautville 


Rockingham 


Plymouth 


Washington 


Pocket 


Moore 


Polkville 


Cleveland 


Pollocksville 


Jones 


Poplar Branch 


Currituck 


Poplar Bridge 


Iredell 


Poplar Hill 


Union 


Portsmouth 


Carteret 


Potecasi 


Northampton 


Powell ton 


Richmond 


Prescott 


Duplin 


Prospect Hall 


Bladen 


Prospect Hill 


Caswell 


Prosperity 


Moore 


Providence 


MecklenV,urg 


Purlear's Creek 


Wilkes 


PuTley 


Caswell 


Quallatown 


Haywood 


(Jueensdale 


Ribeson 




Mecklenburg 


Raft Swamp 


Robeson 


Raleigh 


Wake 


Ramseytowu 


Yancey 


Ranaleburg 


Mecklenburg 


RandallsviUe 


Robeson 


Ransom's Bridge Nash 


Rawlingsburg 


Rockingham 


Raysville 


Madison 


Ray wood 


Union 


Reddie's River 


Wilkes 


Red HiU 


Yanecy 


Red Mountain 


Orange 


Red Mains 


Yadkin 


Red Shoals 


Stokes 


Red Springs 
Reed Creek 


Robeson 


Randolph 


Reedy Branch 


Moore 


Reem's Creek 


Buncombe 


ReidsviUe 


Rockingham 


Republic 


Yadkin 


Resaca 


Duplin 


Reynoldson 


Gates 


Rial to 


Chatham 


Richardson's Creek Union 


Rich Fork 


Davidson 


Richlands 


Ouslow 


Richland Creek 


Randolph 


Richland Valley 


Haywood 
Yadkin 


Richmond HiU 


Rich Square 


Northumpton 
Pitt 


Ridge Spring 


Ridgeway 


Warren 


Riggsbee's Store 


Chatl am 


Ringwood 


Halifax 


Roanoke 


Martin 


Roaring Gap 


Wilkes 


Robeson 


Brunswick 


Rock Castle 


Orinqe 


Rock Cut 


Iredell 


Rock Fish 


Duplin 


Rockford 


Surry 


Rockingham 
Rock Mills 


Richmond 


Lincoln 


Rock Spring 
Rockville 


Orange 


Rowi.n 


Rocky Mount 


Ne,f&^;^ 


Rocky Point 


Rodger's Store 


Woke 


Rolesville 




Rollins' Store 


Moore 


Rose Hill 


Pitt 


Roseman's St 


Rov an 


Rosevale 


Mecklenburg 


Rotherwood 


Wa.auga 


Round Hill 


Orange 


Rowan's Mills 




Roxborough 


Person 



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Post Offic 



Roxotiel 
Rural Hall 
Rush's Mills 
Rusk 

Rutherfordton 
Saint Charles 



Sai 



Juhn 



County, 

Bertie 

Forsyth 

Montgomery 

Surrv 

Rutherford 

Johason 

Hertford 

Chatham 

Robeson 

Forsyth 

Randolph 

Forsyth 

Rowan 

Montgomery 

Carteret 

Randolph 

Lenoir 

Chatham 

Johnson 

Buncombe 

Rutherford 

Wilson 

Granville 

Alamance 

Randolph 

Halifax 
Ashe 
New Hanover 
Washington 
Northampton 
Forsyth 
Davidson 
Brunswick 
Alamance 
Jlecklenburp; 
Guilford 
Cleveland 
Carteret 
Lincoln 
Camden 
Warren 
Buncomt,e 
Lincoln 
New Hanover 
Surry 
Davidson 
Sampson 
Macon 
Hyde 
Wayne 
Robeson 
Johnson 
Davie 
Alamance 
Stokes 
Brunswick 
Carteret 
On^low 
Chatham 
Alamance 
Iredell 
Greene 
Randolph 
Moore 
Beaufort 
Ashe 
Orange 
Camden 
Gaston 
Rowan 
Craven 
Edgecombe 
Speight's I!rid;5e Greene 

Speneor Davidson 

Spri UK Creek Madison 

SpriuL'rield Richmond 

Sprint- (iard-u New Hanove 
Spring Hill Forge Lincol 

Spring Hope Nas 

Spruce Pine 
StacevviUe 

Stanley's Cpm 
Stantousburgl 
Slate i;..ad 
Sat.'SviUe 
Steeb- Cr.-.'k 
Stevens' Milli 
Sti.-,-'s Slioal 



Saint Lawrence 
Saint Pauls 
Salem 

Salem Church 
Salem Chapel 
Salisbury 
Sanders' Hill 
Sandf.sville 
Sandy .Creek 
Sandy Foundation 
Sandy Grove 
Sandv Level 
Sand"y Mush 
Sandv Plains 
Saratoga 
Sassafras Fork 
Saxapahaw 
Sawyersville 
Science Hill 
Scotland Neck 
ScottsviUe 
Scotfs Hill 
Scuppernong 
Seabord 
Sedges Garden 
Shady Grove 
Shallotte 
Shallow Ford 
Sharon 
Shaw's Mills 
Shelby 

Shepluirdsville 
SherriU's Ford 
Shiloah 
Shoceo Springs 
Shuffordville 
Siegel's Store 
SiU-s Creek 

Silve^'Hill 
Six Runs 
Skeeneh 
Sladesville 
Sleepy Creek 
Smith's Bridge 
Smithfield 
Smith Grove 
Smith's Store 
Smith's Valley 
Smithville 
Smyrna 
Snead's Ferry 
Snipe's Store 
Snow Camp 
Snow Creek 
Snow Hill 
Soapstone Mount 
Solemn Grove 
South Creek 
South Fork 
South Lowell 
South Mills 
South Point 
South River 






ille 



Sur 



Post Office. 

ugar Grove 

ugar Hill 

ulphur Springs 

ummerfield 
SummerviUe 
Summit 

y South 
gstown 
Swannano 
an Pond 
an Quarter 

eet Home 
eet Water 
i ft Creek Brie 
ift Island 

Sycamore Alley 

Tabb's Creek 

Tally Ho 

Tarborough 

Taylor's Bridge 

Taylorsville 

Tennessee River 

Terebinthe 

Thomasville 

Thompsonvillc 

Tom's Creek 

Topsail Sound 

Townesville 

ranquility 

rapp Hill 
■Trenton 

rinity College 

roublesome 
Troy 

Troy's Store 
Trugglis' Gap 
Truckasaga 



Post Office 



County. 



MeDov 



Ganon 
.Vhite Plains Cleveland 

ibej White Road Forsyth 

Guilford White Rock Madison 

Harnett ] White Sulphur Springs 



Northampton! 

Gates Whi 
Nash \Vhi 



Strahano 
Straits 
Sack Creek 



Yancey 

Rockinghan 

Orang 

Gaston 
FJg.combe 
Surry 
Iredell 
Mecklenburg 
Union 
Cleveland 
Cherokee 
Buueombe 
Randolph 

Walau'g" 



Gaston 

Lcuoir 

Carteret 

Kuthcrford 



Turkey Cove 
Turne'rsburg 
Turnpike 
Turtle Town 
Tusquittee 
Tyron 
Uohella 
Union Grove 
Union Mills 
Union Ridge 
UnionviUe 
University Station 
Valle Crusis 
V'alle Montis 
Vallev Town 
Van Hook's Store 
Vestal's Ford 
V^esuvius Furnace 

Wadesboro' 
Wakefield 
Wakulla 
Walkerstown 
Walkersville 
Wallers 
Walnut Cove 
Walnut Creek 
Walnut Grove 
Walnut Hill 
Walnut Lane 
Walnut Shade 
VV arm Springs 
Warren Plains 
VVarrensville 
Wurrenton 
Warrior Creek 
Warsaw 
Washington 
Watauga Falls 



Cleveland 

Buncombe 

Wilkes 

Hyde 

Onslow 

Iredell 

Watauga 

ge Craven 

Montgomery 

Halifax 

Granville 

Granville 

Edgecombe 

Sampson 

Alexander 

Duplin 

Macon 

Cumberland 

Davidson 

Rockingham 

Surry 

New Hanover 

Granville 

Wilkes 

Jones 

Randolph 

Rockingham 

Montgomery 

Randolph 

Patrick 

Mecklenburg 

Iredell 

McDowell 

Iredell 

Buncombe 

Cherokee 



Whiteville 

Whv Not 

Wilkesborough 

W^ilbar 

Williamsboro' 

WilliamalHirg 

Williams' Mills 

Williamstou 

Willow Green 

Wilmington 

Wilson 

son's Store 
Wilton 
Winchester 
Wind Hill 
Windsor 
Winslow 
Winston C. H. 
Winton 
Wittenburg 
Wolf Creek 
Wolf Pitt 
Wolfsville 
Woodland 
Woodlawu 
Woodleaf 
dsdale 
Woodworth 
Yadkin Institnt 
YadkinviUe 
Yanceyville 
Yidlow Mounta^ 



Jones 

Alamance 

Robeson 

Orange 

Watauga 

Watauga 

Cherokee 

Person 

Gaston 

Lincoln 

Forsyth 

Anson 

Wake 

Robeson 

Forsyth 

Union 

Granville 

Stokes 



Bur 



ibe 
range 



Bridg 



VVi 

Watson's 
Waughtown - 
Waynesville 
Weavel's Mills 
Weaver's Ford 
Webb'8 Ford 
Webster 
Weldon 
Wcntworlh 
West Brook 
Western i'rong 
Westflcld 
Westland 



White Hill 
White Ilousi 
WUitc 0»k 



Wa: 

Sampson 

Warron 

Wilk 

Duplin 

Beaufo: 

Watauga 

Gran v ill, 

Moor, 

Forsvtl 

llavwood 

Forsytli 

Ashe 

Rutherford 

Jackson 

Halifax 

Rockingham 

Ulftdi 

Stokes 
Halifax 



Catawba 
Bladen 
Anson 
Columbus 
Randolph 
Wilkes 

Granville 

Iredell 

Chatham 

Martin 

Pitt 

New Hanover 

Edgecombe 

Stokes 

Granville 

Union 

Montgomery 

Bertie 

Harnett 

Forsyth 

Hertford 

Alexander 

Cherokee 

Onslow 

Union 

Northampton 

Gaston 

Rowan 

Person 

Granville 

! Davidson 

Yadkin 

Caswell 

Yancey 



Young's Mills 
Young's >< Roads 



Guilford 

Granville 

Wilkes 

Yadkin 



Ohio. 



ilfo: 



Post Office. 

Abbeyville 
Aberdeen 
Aehor 
Acadia 
Ada 
Adams 

Adams' Mills 
Adamsville 
Adairo 
Addison 
Adelphi 
Adena 
Adrian 
Afton 
Ai 
Aid 

Agatha 
Akron 
Alba 
Albany 
Albion 
Alert 

Alexandersville 
Alexandria 
Alfred 
Aliens 
Allensl.urg 
Allensville 
Alliance 
Alpha 
Alton 

Alum Creek 
Amanda 
Ambo^ 
Amelia 
Amesville 
Amherst 
Amsterdam 
Amwell 
\ Anderson 
And 



County. 

Sledina 
Brown 

Columbiana 

Allen 

Hardin 

Seueea 

Muskingum 

Richland 

Gallia 

Ross 

Jefferson 

Seneca 

Jaokwn 

Fulton 

LawriMici- 



Moutgomevv 

Licking 

Meigs 

Miami 



yH 



;ark 



Orange 1 Andrews 
Northampton, Angola 

Oranga, Anna 
Mecklenburg Annapdi 
Union Ansoni.i 
Randolph Antloch 
Uladcn Antrim 



Frauk 

Delaw 

Fairti 

Ashtabula 

Clermont 

Athena 

Lorain 

JelTeraon 

Wtvni 

Ros 

A>!htabuli 

Morro» 

Clermont 

Shelbj 

Jefferson 

Darke 

Monroe 

Ou cruse; 



Antwerp 


Paulding 


A.pple Creek 


Wayne 


Apple Grove 


Meigs 


Appleton 


Licking 


Arabia 


Lawrence 


\readia 


Hancock 


Areanum 


. Darke 


Archbold 


Fulton 


Archer 


Harrison 


Arlington 


Haueock 


Armstrong's Mills Belmont 


Arnheim , 


Brown 


Arrowsmith^ 


Defiance 


As bury 


Pcrrv 


Ash Cave 


Hocking 


Ashland 


Ashland 


Aihley 
Ash Ridge 
Ashtabula 


Delaware 


Brown 


Ashtabula 


AshviUe 


Pickaway 


Athalia 


Lawrtnce 


Athens 


Athens 


Atlas 


Belmont 


Attica 


Seneca 


Atwater 


Portage 


Auburn 


Geauga 


Auglaize 


Van Wer. 


Augusta 


Carroll 


Au?oi-a 


Portage 


Austin 


Ross 


Austinburg 


Ashtabula 


Ava 


Noble 


Avon 


Lorain 


Avon Lake 




Ayersville 


Defiance 


Bachman 


Montgomery 


Bacon 


Coshocton 


Bailey's Mills 


Belmont 


Bainbridge 
Bakersville 


Ross 


Coshocton 


Baltimore 


Fairfield 


[iantaiu 


:Clermont 


Barlow 


Washington 
Richland 


Barnes' 


Barnesville 


Belmont 


Barry 


Cuyahoga 


Barryville 


Stark 


Bartramville 


Lawrence 


Bartlett 


Washington 


Bascom 


Seneca 


Basil 


Fairfield 


Haslian 


Meigs 


liatavia 


Clermont 


HatesviUe 


Guernsey 


liath 


Summit 


Baughmrn 


Wayne 


Bavard 


Columbiana 


Bay.etta 


Trumbull 


Beallsville 


M.mroc 


Bearasville 


Darke 


Beasley's Fork 


Adams 


Beaver 


Pike 


Beaver Dam 


Allen 


Beeketts Store 


Pickaway 


Bedford 


Coyuhopa 


Beech 


Licking 


Bell 


Highland 


Bell Air 


B.lmout 


Bell Brook 


(ireenc 


Bell Center 


Logan 


Bellefontain 




Belmon 




Belmont 


Belmont 


Belle Vernon 


Wyandott 


Belleville 


R.ehlaud 


Uellevue 


Huron 


Belle Point 


Delaware 


Belmore 


Putnam 


Bel pre 


Washington 


Bennett's Corner Medina 


Bennington 


Morrow 


Bonton 


Holmes 


Bentonville 


Adams 


B.-ntou Rid^-o 


Hancock 


Bore* 


Cuvahogft 


Berkshire 


Delaware 


Berlin 


Holmes 


Berlin Cfnlor 


Mahoning 


Berlin >i Roads 


Jackso«- 


Berlin nights 


Erio 


Berlin SUtiou 




DcrliuTillo 




Berno 


Noblo 


BorrysYillo 


Highlan-l 


Berwick 


Senecu 


Beta 


Henry 


Bethany 


Butlrr 


Bethel 


Clermont 


Bethis.l* 


Belmont 


Bolt,villc 


Seneca 


Beulah 


Lnwrenr. 


BeTiiTavtrn 


Humiltua 



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Pv.st Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


Coxmty. 


Fust Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


^tvorly 


Washington 


Cadwallader 


Tuscarawas 


Clayton 


Montgomery 


De Lislo 


JigLslund 


Marion i 


Caldwell 


Noble 


Dlaytoua 


Noble 


Delphos 


Jig Lick 


Hancock i 


Cairo 


Stark 


DlaysviUe 


Guernsey 


Di^lta 


Jig £>lain 


Madison 1 


Calais 


Monroe 


Clear Port 


Fairfield 


Demos 


iig Prairie 


Wayne 


Calcutta 


Columbiana 


Clear Creek 




Democracy 


Jig Run 


Washington 


Caledonia 


Marion 


Clement 


Hancock 


Denmark 


ig Springs 


Logan 


California 


Clermont 


Cleveland 


Cuyahoga 


Dent 


tird's Run 


Guernsey 


Calvary 


Athens 


Cleves 


Hamilton 


Dewitt Ridge 


ishopvillo 


Morgan 


Camba^ 


Jackson 


Clifton 


Greene 


Dexter * 


tirmiiigham 


Erie 


Cambridge 


Guernsey 


Clinton 


Summit 


Dille's Bottom 


Jissell's 


Geauga 


Camden 


Preble 


Clinton Station 


Clinton 


Dinsmore 


«ack Creek 


Holmes 


Cameron 


Monroe 


Clinton Valley 


Clinton 


Oixon 


Slack Jack 


Hocking 


Campbelltown 


Preble 


ClintonviUe 


Franklin 


Dodsonville 


Jlack Lick 


Franklin 


Camp Charlotte 


Pickaway 


Clio 


Greene 


Dog Creek 


Jlacklvsvillo 


AVaync 


Camp Run 


Crawford 


Clyde 


Sandusky 


Domestic 


Jlack feivcr 


Lorain 


Canaan 


Wayne 


Coal Dale 


Musk , gum 


Donnelsville 


Hack Swamp 


Sandusky 


Canaanville 


Athens 


Coal Grove 


Lawrence 


Dorset 


tladensburg 


Knox 


Canal Dover 


Tuscarawas 


Coal Run 


Washington 


Doughty 


Slanc 


Fulton 


Canal FultoH 


Stark 


Cochranton 


Marion 


Dover 


Jlanchester 


Clinton 


Canal Lewisville 


Coshocton 


Coddiugville 
Coe Ridge 


Medina 


Downingtoa 


Jlendon 


Franklin 


Canal Winchester 


Franklin 


Cuyahoga 


Dresden 


Jloom 


Wood 


Canfleld 


Mahoning 


Coitsville 


Mahoning 


Dry Ridc-e 


Jloom Center 


Logan 


Canonsburg 
Cannon's Mill 


Hancock 


Cold Water 


Mercer 


Dublin 


Jloomfield 


Morrow 


Columbiana 


Colerain 


Belmont 


Duck Creek 


aioominghurg 


Fayette 


Canton 


Stark 


Collamer 


Cuvahoga 


Dudley 


Jloomingdale 


Jefterson 


Captina 


Belmont 


College Corner 


^Butler 


Diimontville 


Sloomiugton 


Clinton 


Cardington 


Morrow 


College Hill 


Hamilton 


Dunbar 


Jloominlvillo 


Erie 


Carey 


Wyandott 


Collinsville 


Butler 


Dunbarton 


Jloom Rose 


Brown 


Carlisle Station 


Warren 


Colton 


Henry 


Duncan's Falls 


HoomviUe 


Seneca 


Carmel 


Highland 


Columbia 


Hamilton 


Dundas 


Slue Ball 


Butler 


Carroll 


Fairfield 


Columbiana 


Columbiana 


Dundee 


tlue Creek 


Adams 


Carroll Station 


Montgomery 


Columbia Statioi 


Lorain 


Dunham 


due Lick 


Allen 


Carrollton 


Carroll 


Columbus 


Franklin 


DunkinsviUe 


!Iue Rock 


Muskingum 


Carryall 


Paulding 


Dolunibus Grove 


Putnam 


Dunkirk 


tluffton 


Allen 


Carson 


Huron 


::oncord 


Lake 


Dunganou 
Dunlap 


loardman 


Mahoning 


Carthagena 


Mercer 


Concordia 


Darke 


toetia 


Mercer 


Carthage 
Carysville 


Hamilton 


Condit 


Delaware 


Dunlevy 


loke's Creek 


Union 


Champaign 


Congress 


Wayne 


Durand 


tolivar 


Tuscarawas 


CasI 


Hancock 


Conneaut 


Ashtabula 


Durbin's Corners 




Washington 


Oivsstown 


Miami 


Conotton 


Harrison 


Dryson's 


loswell 


Mahoning 


Cassville 


Harrison 


Conover 


Miami 


Eagle 


ioumeville 


Ross 


Castalia 


Erie 


Constantia 


Delaware 


Eagle Mills 


iowerston 


Harrison 


Castine 


Darke 


Constitution 


Washington 


EagleviUe 




Greene 


Catawba 


Clark 


Contreras 


Butler 


Earlville 


lo'wlrsv.lle 


Wyandott 


Cedar Valley 


Wayne 


Convenience 


Fayette 


East Claridon 


owling Green 


Wood 


Cedarville 


Greene 


Coolville 


Athens 


East Clarksfield 


owshersville 


Wyandott 


Cedar Hill 


Fairfield 


Copley 


Summit 


East Cleveland 


ioyd's Mills 


Coshocton 


Cedron 


Clermont 


Copopa 


Lorain 


East Fairfield 


triceville 


Trumbull 


Celina 


Mercer 


Cork'^ 


Ashtabulii 


East Greenville 


JradyviUo 


Adams 


Central College 


Franklin 


Cornersharg 


Mahoning 


East Lewlstown 


Jrandt 


Miami 


Center 


Montgomery 


Corsica 


Morrow 


East Liberty 


Jrandon 


Knox 


Center Bel pre 


Washington 


Coshocton 


Coshocton 


East Liverpool 


Jrenieu 


Fairfield 


Center Bend 


Morgan 


Cottage HiU 


Muskingum 


East Monroe 


iricksville 


Cuyahoga 
Geauga 


Centerburg 


Knox 


Covington 


Miami 


East Orange 


Sridgc Creek 


Centerfield 


Highland 
Huron 


Cranberry 


Allen 


East Palestine 


Sridgeport 
Iridgeville 


Belmont 


Centerton 


Cranberry Prair 


e Mercer 


East Plymouth 


Muskingum 


Center View 


Monroe 


CranesviUe 


Paulding 


East Richland 


Jridgewater 


Williams 


Center Village 


Delaware 


Crandall 


Lorain 


East Ringgold 
East Rochester 


Jrighton 


Lorain 


Centerville 


Montgomery 


Creighton 


Guernsey 


Irimfield 


Portage 


Chagrin Falls 
Chalfant 


Cuyahoga 


Creslline 


Crawford 


East Rockport 


irinlcy'sStatioi] 


Prehle 


Champaign 


Crickettsvjlle 


Auglaize 


East Rush Creek 


^rinton 


Champaign 


Chambersburg 


Jfontgomery 


Cridersville 


^IJ^I^ 


East Springfield 


Sristol 


Morgan 


ChandlersviUe 


Muskingum 
Knox 


Crooked Tree 


East Sycamore 


JristolviUe 


Trumhull 


Chanticleer 


Cross Creek 


Jefferson 


East Toledo 


Jrock 


Darke 


Chapel Hill 


Perry 


Cross Roads 


Madison 


Easton 


Jroek's Corner 


Jackson 


C harden 


Geauga 


Croton 


Licking 


East Townsend 


Jroken Sword 


Crawford 


Charlestown 


Portage 


Croxton 


Jefferson 


East Trumbull 


Sronsou 


Huron 


Charloe 


Paulding 


Cuba 


Clinton 


East Union 


Srooktield 


Trumbull 


Chatfield 


Crawford 


Cumberland 


Guernsey 


Eaton 


Irooklvn 


Cuyahoga 


Chatham 


Licking 


Cuyahoga Falls 


Summit 


Eckmansville 


Jrookville 


Montgomery 


Chatham Center 


Medina 


Cutler 


Washington 


Economy 


irownhelm 


Chauncey 
Cherry Fork 


Athens 


Cynthiana 


Pike 


Edenton 


trown'sJIilla 
Jrownsville 


WashingtoS 


Adams 


mi las 


Highland 
Warren 


Edgerton 


Lickins 


Cherry Grove 


Hamilton 


Dallasbnrg 


Edinburg 


Jrownson Station Franklin 


Cherry Valley 


Ashtabula 


Dalton 


Wayne 


Edwardsville 


Jrunersburg 


Defiance 


Cheshire 


Gallia 


Damascus 


Heiry 


Edwina 


Jruuswick 


Medina 


Chester 


Meigs 


Damascoville 


Columbiana 


efilorado 


3ryan 


Williams 


Chester X Roads 


Geaula 


DanviUe 


Knox 


iuchanan 


Perry 


Chesteifield 


Fulton 


Darby 


Franklin 


Elida 


Buck's 


Columbiana 


Chester Hill 


Morgan 


Darby Creek 


Madison 


Eliz:ibethtown 


Juckeye Cottage 


Perry 


Cbesterville 


Morrow 


Darbyviile 


Pickaway 


Elk 


Juekeye Furnac 


e Jackson 


Cheviot 


Hamilton 


Darki 


Darke 


Elkton 


Jucyrus 


Crawford 


Chickasaw 


Mercer 


Darrtown 


Butler 


Elliottsville 


luena Vista 


Tuscarawas 


Chili 


Coshocton 


Dawn 


Darke 


Ellsworth 


Juffalo 


Guernsey 


Chilicothe 


Rase 


Dawkin's Mills 


Jackson 


Elm Grove 


Juford 


Highland 

Geauga 


Chilo 


Clermont 


Dayton 


Montgomery 


Elmore 


Jundyshurg 


Chippewa 


Wayne 


Deardorff's M;l 


s Tuscarawas 


Elmiia 


Junker HiU 


Butler 


Christiansburg 


Champaign 


Deavertown 


Morgan 


Elyria 


Jurbank 


Wayne 


Church Hill 


Tr.imbnll 


Decatur 


Brown 


Emery 


Jurlingham 


Meigs 


Cicero 


Defiance 


Decaturville 


Washington 


Emerald 


lurlinStun 
Jurgh HiU 


Lawrence 


Cincinnati 


Hamilton 


Deer Creek 


Pickaway 


Emmett 


Trumbull 


Circlesville 


Pickaway 


Deep Cut 


Mercer 


Enoch 


Jurton 


Geauga 


Claridou 


(Jeauga 


Deerfield 


Portage 


Enon 


Jurnett Wood 
Jusinessburgli 


Hamilton 


Clarington 


Monroe 


Dcerfield Village Warren 


Enterprise 


Belmont 


Clark's 


Coshocton 


Deer Lick 


Williams 


Etna 


ButUr 


Richland 


Clarksburg 


Ross 


Deersville 


Harrison 


Euclid 


Jutlerville 


Warren 


Clark's Corners 


Ashtabula 


Defiance 


Defiance 


Euphemia 


Byhalia 


Union 


Clarksficld 


Huron 


De Graff 


Cra^wTr? 


Eureka 


Byington 


Pike 


Clarkson 


Columbiana 


DeKalb 


Evansburg 


Byron 


Greene 


ClarksviUe 


Clinton 


De La Pi.'.mn 


Brown 


Evansport 


Dabcllo 


Carroll 


Clay 


Jackson 


Delaware 


Delaware 


Ewing 


Jadiz 


Harrison 


Clay Lick 


Licking 


Delhi 


Hamiltou 


Ewiugton 



County. 

Darke 
Van Wert 
Fulton 
Belmont 
Knox 
Ashtabula 
Hamilton 
Holmes 
Meigs 
Belmont 
Shelby 
Van Weit 
Highland 
Putnam 
Williams 
Clark 
Ashtabula 
Holmes 
Cuyahoga 
Meigs 
Muskingum 
Hamilton 
Franklin 
Trumbull 
Hardin 
Fairfield 
Washington 
Adams 
Muskingum 
Vinton 
Tuscarawas 
Washington 
Adams 
Hardin 
Columbiana 
Hamilton 
Warren 
Henry 
Williams 
Guernsey- 
Hancock 
Vinton 
Ashtabula 
Portage 
Geauga 
Huron 
Cuyahoga 
Columbiana 
Stark 
Mahoning 
Logan 
Columbiana 
Highland 
Delaware 
Columbiana 
Ashtabula 
Belmont 
Pickaway 
Columbiana 
Cuyahoga 
Perry 
Jefterson 
Hamilton 
Lucas 
Wayn« 
Huron 
Trumbull 
Wayne 
Preble 
Adams 
Highland 
Clermont 
Williams 
Portage 
Warren 
Monroe 
Wood 
Preble 
Allen 
Hamilton 
Vinton 
Columbiana 
Jefferson 
Mahoning 
Hancock 
Ottawa 
Fulton 
Lorain 
Fulton 
Adams 
Paulding 
Monroe 
Clark 
Preble 
Licking 
Cuyahoga 
Preble 
Gallia 
Coshocton 
Defiance 
Hocking 
GaUia 



48 



POST OFFICES — OHIO. 



Exeter 

Fairfax 

Fairfield 

Fair Haven 

Fair Play 

Fairview 

Fallsburg 

Farmer 

Farmer's Station 

Farmersville 

Farminpton 

FayetteviUe 

Fearing 

Federalton 

Feed Spring 

FeesViurg 

Felicity 

Fillmore 

Fincastle 

Finley 

Fitchville 

Five -Mile 

Fiv Points 

Flat 

Flat Rock 



Sandusky 
Highland 

Preble 

Jefferson 

Guernsey 

Licking 

Defiance 

Clinton 

Montgomery 

Trumbull 

Brown 

Washington 

Athens 

Harris 

Brown 

Clermont 

Washington 

Brown 

Hancock 

Huron 

Brown 

Pickaway 

Pike 

Seneca 



Good Ho 
Gomer 
Gordon 
Gore 



Fie 



Cher 



Washington 

Erie 

Henry 

Belmont 

Harrison 

Geauga 

Hardin 



Flint's Mills 

Florence 

Florida 

Flushing 

Folks Station 

Ford 

Forest 

Fort Ancient 

Fort Jefferson 

Fort Jennings 

Fort Recovery 

Fort Seneca 

Foster's Crossings 

Fostoria 

Four Corners 

Fowler 

Fowler's Mills 

Fran'onia 

Fran k fort 

Franklin 

Frauklin Furnace 

Franklin Mills 

Franklin Square Columbiana 

Franklin Station Coshocton 

Frazeysburg 

Frease's Store 

Frederick 

Fredericksburg 

Fredericktown 

Freebnrg 

Frcdonia 

Freedom Station 
Free[>'irt 



Darke 

Putnam 

Mercer 

Seneca 

Warren 

Seneca 

Huron 

Trumbull 

Geauga 

Putnam 

Ress 

Warren 

Scioto 

Portage 



I'remont 
Friendship 

?ni:r^ 

Fultonham 

Oahannah 

(Jalena 

(Jalion 

(lallia Furnace 

Oallipolis 

Oaligiier 

Gam bier 

Oanites 

Garden 

Gardner 

Garrettsvillo 

Gates' Mills 

G avers 



Muskingum 
Stark 
Mahoning 
Wayne 
Knox 
Stark 
Licking 
Portage 
Portage 
ILirrison 
Scioto 
Sandusky 
Scioto 
Auglaize 
Hitu.iltou 
uskliigum 
Franklin 
Delaware 
Crawford 
Gallia 

Guernsey 

K 

Richland 

Athens 

Noble 

Portage 

Cuyahoga 

Columbiana 

Ashtabula 

Ottawa 

Delaware 

Franklin 

ISr.uvn 



Fayette 

Allen 

Darke 

Hocking 

Fulton 

Clermont 

Lorain 

Washington 

Medina 

Hardin 

Licking 

Greeni 

Licking 

Preble 

Morrow 

Monroe 

Ottawa 

Law 



Me 



Gorham 

Goshen 

Grafton 

Grand View 

Granger 

Grant 

Granville 

Grape Grove 

Gratiot 

Gratis 

Gray's Corners 

GraVsville 

Graytown 

Grcasv Ridge 

Great' Bend 

Green 

Greenbush 

Green Camp 

Green Castle 

Greenfield 

Greenford 

Green Hill 

Greenland 

Greensburg 

Greensburg X Roads Sandi 

Green Spring 

Greentown 

Greenville 

Greenwick Station 

Greersville 



Licking 

Preble 

Marion 

Fairfield 

Highland 

Mahoning 

Columbiana 



Trur 



Stark 
Darke 
Huron 



Groesbeck 
Grove City 
■ re Hill 
Grove Port 
Guilford 
Gustavus 
Gustine 
Guysville 
Hale 

Hale's Creek 
Hall's Valley 
Hollsville 
Hamburg 
Hamer 
Hamilton 
Hamersville 
Hammondsvill( 
Hampden 
Handy- 
Hanging Rock 
Hanna's Mills 
Hannibal 
Hanover 
Hanoverton 
Hardin 
Harlem 

Harlem Spring 
Harmar 
Harmony 
Harper 
Harpersfield 
Harrietsvilie 
Harris 
Harrison 
Harrisburg 
Harrison Junction 
Harrison Mills 
Harrisonvillo 
Harrisville 
Harshmansvi 
Hartford 
Hartland 
Hartlevville 
Hart's Grove 
Harlville 
Harvoysburg 
Hassan 



Hamilton 

Franklin 

Crawf.ird 

Franklin 

Med'.na 

Trumbull 

Adams 

Athens 

Harden 

Scioto 

Morgan 

Ross 

/■"airfield 

Paulding 



Jetlerson 
Geauga 
Fulton 

Lawrence 



Licking 

Columbiana 

Shelby 

Delaware 

Carroll 

Washington 

Clark 

Logau 

Ashtabula 

Noble 

Gallia 

Hamilton 

FiauUlin 

Ham i Hon 

Scioto 

HaS 

mery 

rrumbufl 

Hur.in 

Athens 

Ashtabula 

Stark 

Warren 

Hancock 

Richland 

Huron 

Scioto 



G'ttysburg 


l).a\. 


<;hent 


Sum in It 


(iibesonviUo 


Hocking 


(;ibson 


Pike 


Gibson's Station 


Guernsey 


Gilb..a 


I'utnam 


Gilead 


Wood 


i;ile.'<plvTillo 


Ro5. 


(Mlmore 


Tuscarawad 


Girard 


Trumbull 


(rlo-lgOW 


Columbiana 


Glencno 


Ilelmout 


Glcndalc 


Hamilton 


Gn*donliutt»n 


Tuscnraw., 


Uoldcn Corner 


Wayne 



II 1 ,.'; i 


Licking 


1 ' ' '. 


Ashland 


II, ' 1,1.; ullo 


Athens 


llibn.u 


Licking 


Helmick 


Coshiictou 


llcmlock drove 


Meiff. 


llenlv 

Hen(lry.iburg 


Montgomery 


Belmont 


Hcnning'sM.ll. 


Clermont 


Henrietta 


Lorain 


Herring 


Allen 


Hibbutu^ 


Carroll 


Hickory 


Luriu* 


Uioksville 


Dellancc 


Higglnnnort 


Brown 


H.kI. Hi\l 


Muskingum 


Hishland 


lilghUnd 



Post Office. 

Hill Grove 

Hillhouse 

Hilliard's 

Hillsboro' 

Hill's Fork 

Hilton's 

Hinckley 

Hiram 

Hiramsburg 

Hocking Furna 

Hockingport 

Hoe Creek 

Holland 

Hollowtown 

Holmes Mill 

Holmesville 

Holt 

Home 

Homer 

Homerville 

Hooppole 

Hope 

Hopedale 

Hope Ridge 

Hopewell 

Hopkinsville 

Horatio 

Hoskinsville 

Houektown 

Houston 

Howland 

Hubbard 

Hudson 

Hull's 

Humphrey's Villa 

Hunter 

Huntersville 

Huntington 

Huntsburg 

HuntsviUe 

Huron 

Hyattsville 

Islesboro' 
Independence 
Indian Camp 
Inland 
Inverness 
Iron Furnace 

Irwin 

Island Creek 

Ithaca 

Jackson C. H. 

Jacksontowu 

Jamestown 

Jasper 

Jasper Mills 

Java 

Jaysville 

Jackson Center 

Jacksonborough 

Jeddo 

Jefferson C. H. 

Jeffersonvillu 

Jelloway 

Jerome 

Jeromcsville 

Jersey 

Jerusalem 

Jewett 

Johnsonville 

Johnson's Corners 

Johnstown 

Juhnsville 

Jolly 

Jones' Station 

Jones' Corner 

Junction 

Kalida 

Keene 

Kiinsas 

Keiths 

Kellcy'8 Island 

Kelley's Mills 

Kelloggsvillc 

Ken nun 

Kcnnousburg 

Kent 

Kenton 

Kevstunc 

Killbournc 

Killl.utk 

KilRore 

Kimboltun 

Kinderhook 

Kingston 

Kingston Center 

Kingsvillc 

Kinsnians 



County. 

Darke 

Lake 

Franklin 

Highland 

Adams 

Medina 

Portage 

Noble 

Hocking 

Athens 

Allen 

Lucas 

Highland 

Jefferson 

Holmes 

Wood 

Highland 

Licking 

Medina 

Ross 

Franklin 

Harrison 

Monroe 

Muskingum 

Noble 

Darke 

Noble 

Hancock 

Shelby 

Trumbull 



Summit 
Athens 
Holmes 

Hardin 

Lorain 

Geauga 

Logan 

Erie 

Miami 

Morrow 

Hocking 

Cuyahoga 

Guernsey 



Coll 



ibiau 



K.rby 



Lawrence 

Union 

Jefferson 

Darke 

Jackson 

Licking 

Greene 

Pik^ 

Faj-ette 

Dark( 

Shelby 

Butl 

Jefferson 

Ashtabula 

Fav 

Knox 

Union 

Ashland 

Licking 

Monroe 

Harrison 

Trumbnll 

Summit 

Licking 

Montgomery 

'Butler 
Co?hoct«n 
Paulding 

Coshocton 

Seneca 

Noble 

Eric 

Lawrence 

Ashtabula 

Be.munt 

NoMc 

Poruje 

Hardin 

Jaok.Hou 

Delikwarc 

Holmes 

Carroll 

Oii.rn*ey 

Pickaway 

Row 

Delawa 

Ashtubu 

Trumbull 

Lurk 
Wyandott 



Post Office. 


County. I 


KirkersviUe 


Liekinf „ 


Kirkland 


^Lake,. 


Kneisley 


GreeneL 


Knox 


KuoiL 


Koch's 


Wavne , 


Kyger 


G.alia ,. 


Laeeyville 


Harr-.son ;, 


La Fayette 


Ma.iison ,, 


La Grange 


L„rain .,, 


Laing's 


M,.uro« [1 


Lake 


s .irk . 


Lake Fork 


A 


Lamartine 


(' 


Lamira 


i; 


Lancaster 


1- :i: 


Langsville 




La Porte 


1.. i,.il, 


Larue 




Latham 


i':k( 


Lattas 


K.ii- 


Laura 


Miimi 


Laurel 


Cl-.r..--.ul ■ 


Lavona 


Fiilf.D 


Lawrence 


Washiii.'tor - 


Layman 




Leatherwood 


Gu'.rnsej [ 
Carroll 


Leavitt 


Leavittsburg 


Truiul.ull [ 


Lebanon 


AVai-rea f 


Lecompton 


M.,„roe K 


Lee 


Atlieni 1 


Leesburg 


HiL'l.land . 


Lee's Creek 


Clinton 


Leesville 


Cirndl 


LeesviUeX Roads 


Cni>M..rd 


Leipsic 


Pi.tiiam 


Lena 


K ,:-■ a 


Lenox 


ASI:- 


Leon 




Leonardsburg 


p. 


LeRoy 




Letart Falls 


■■■■ -■-, 


Letimberville 


>! 11 


Level 


\', , : . n 1 


Levering 


Iv 1"J 


Levi 


J:l K un 


Lewis 


r,, .«n , 


Lewishnrg 


I'.-bte . 


Lewis Center 


D.-l.i.^.cre 


Lewistown 


1. _ 111 . 


Lewisville 


^■ 


Lexington 


R 


Liberty 


Moui- 


Liberty Center 


1 


Liberty Corner 


Cr:," rj 


Liberty Hill 


Wiu-^biii --ton 


Lick Run 


H:nM--,..n 


Licking Valley 


Muskn -in; 


Likens 


Or: ■■ -i 


Lilly 




Lima 




Limaville 




Lincoln 




LindenviUo 


A- 


Limoville 


1 


Linton 


.) 


Linton Mills 


€■■ 


Linwood 


11-: 


Litchfield 


>; -.ii 


Lithopolis 


F... :d 


Little Sanduskv 


W > . t , 


LittleHockhoeking Wm 


Little York 


Moi. 


Liverpool 


I'' 


Look 




Lockboumo 


1 


Lockington 




Lockport 


W 


Lockvillo 




Lockland Statioi 


II 


Lock Seventeen 




Locust Corner 


I 


Locust Grove 




Locust Point 


' 


Locust Ridg« 




Lodi 


M...,u.. 


Logan 


J|,.,king 


LoganviUe 


1. v-k* 


Log Cabin 


M.T^Tl* 


Lond..n 


M.id,so« 


Londonderry 


Gu..ri.sey 


Long Bottom 


, .^ '.'«• 


Long Run 


Lu-Uin| 


Lor'Lio's 


Truni'b'.l'iS 


Lords town 


Loltridgi- 


AlbenA 


Londi.nville 


A^blaaA 


Louitvill* 


s 1 arE 


Lovelund 


Clermon* 


Lovctfs 


Adaiai 


Lorett'sGroT* 


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POST OFFICES OHIO. 



Post Office. 

■ell 

ville 
tr Lawrence 
:r Newport 
r Salem 
(IsviUu 

Ills 

raiville 



49 



Corners 
nberton 

Creek 

Jhhurg 
don Station 



L/ieary 

bomb 

BonnellsTille 

Coj-'s Station 

Dutchenville 

Daniels 

Junald 

Donaldsville 

^wen's ^ Roads 

Kay 



uson 

iisonburf; 

ijonville 



Washington 

Mahoning 

Washington 



Belmont 

EichlanJ 

Scioto 

Knox 

Miami 

Williamb 

Clinton 

HancoL-k 

Highlan.l 

R03» 

Fulton 
Seioto 
VintoD 
Perry 
Noble 
Hancock 
Morgan 

Wyandott 
Gallia 
Hard 

Stark 
Morro 
Pauldir 
Ashland 
Jackson 

Merce 

Summit 

Lake 

Morrow 

Wayne 

Hamilton 

Stark 

Warren 

Monroe 

Medina 

Morgan 

Carroll 

Riehl'and 
Portage 



borough 

leilles 

hall 

hallsTille 

ihfield 

linsburg 

iin'3 Ferry 

insville 



lion 
;rton 
rtee City 



Brown 

Stark 

Clermont 

Adams 

Fairfield 

Morrow 

Mercer 

Washington 

Marion 

Morrow 

Logan 

Stark 

Wvandott 

ifighland 

Wayne 

Ath 

Knox 

Belmont 

Clinton 

Un: 
Warren 
Stark 
Monroe 
Lucas 
Stark 



PoKt Office. 

Middleburg 

Middlebnry 

Middle Creek 

Middle Fork 

Middle Field 

Middle Point 

Middleport 

Middle Spring 

Middletown 

Mifflin 

Miaiinville 

Milan 

Mil ford 

Mil ford Center 

Milfordtott 

Millbrook 

MiUhiiry 

Milldale 

Mill Grove 

Millers 

Millers burg 
Millers port 

Miller's Station 

Millerstown 

MiUfield 

Milligan 

Millport 

Sfillwood 

Milnersville 

Milo 

MiUville 

Milton 

Milton Centre 

Miltorisbur": 

Min>;ral 

Mineral Point 

Mineral Ridge 

Minersville 



County. 

Cuyahoga 

Summit 

Noble 

Hocking 

Geaugk 

Van Wert 

Me. 

All 

Butler 

Frauklii 

En 

Clermont 

Un 

Ki 

V\'ayne 

Wood 

Defiance 

Morgan 

Lawrence 

Holmes 

Fairfield 

Harrison 

Champaign 

Athens 

Tuscarawas 

Columbiana 

Knox 

Guernsey 

Defiance 

Butler 

Mahoning 

Wood 

Monroe 

Athens 

Tuscarawas 

Trumbull 



Me 



Mitchell's SaltWorks Je: 



Vinton 
Stark 
Auglaize 



MunnsviUe 

Mutual 

Nairn 

Nankin 

Napoleon 

Nash port 

Nashville 

Navarre 

Neho 

Nebraska 

Neelysville 

Nelson 

Nelsonville 

Neptune 

Nettle Lake 

Nevada 

Neville 

Nevin 

New Albanv 

New Alexander 

New Alexandria 

New Antioeh 



Coshocton 

liampaigu 

Sciotu 

Ashland 

Henry 

uskingum 

Holmes 

Stark 

Jcflerson 

Pickaway 

Morgai 

Portage 

Athens 



Wyandott 
Clermont 
Highland 
Mahoning 
Columbiana 
Jellerson 
Cliuton 
Licking 



Mogadore 

Mohawk Village 

Mohican 

Monclova 

Monroe 

Jlonroe Center 

Monroe Mills 

Monroeville 

Montauk 

Monterey 

Montezuma 

Montgomery 

Montpelier 

Montra 

Montrose 

Montville 



anicsburg 
luioitowu 
11 



iCity 
ihurg 
ville 
e Branc 
ebourn 



Delaware 

Cuyahoga 

Adams 

Columbiana 

Jackson 

Harrison 

Trumbull 

Champaign 

, Carroll 

Athen 

Medina 

Hamilton 

Clark 

Mo: 

Seneca 

Mercer 

T'Lakc 

Gallia 

Muskingum 

Trumbull 

Fulton 

Wyandott 

Hamilton 

Montgomery 



Summit 

Coshocton 

Ashland 

Lucas 

Butler 

Ashtabula 

Knox 

Huron 

Hamilton 

Clermont 

Mercer 

Hami 

Williams 

Shelby 

Sun 

G eauga 

Fayatte 



New Athens 
New Baltimore 
New Bavaria 

Bedford 

Berlin 
New Bloomington 
New Bremen 
Newburg 

irlington 
Newbury 
New California 
New Carlisle 

Castle 
NewChambcrsburgC. 
New Comerstown Tuscarawas 
XV ew Coueord 
New Corwiu 
New Cumberland 
New Dover 
New England 
New Franklin 
New Garden 
New Guilford 
Now Hagerstown 
New Hampshire 
New Harmony 



Stark 

Henry 

Coshi 

Stark 

Marion 

Augl 

Cuyahoga 
Cli 
Geauga 

Clark 

Coshocto 



Muskingum 

Highland 

Tuscarawas 

Union 

Stark 
Columbiana 

Carroll 
Auglaize 



Post Office. 



County. 



North Benton 
North Berne 
North Bloomfield 
North Camden 
North Clayton 
North Columbus 
North Dover 
North Eaton 
North Fairfield 
Northfield 
NorthGeorgetown Columbiana 
North Hampton Clark 

th Industry Stark 



Mahoning 

Fairfield 

Trumbull 

Lorain 

Miami 

Franklin 

Cuyahoga 

Lorain 






North Jackson 

North Lawrence Stark 

North Lewisburg Champaign 



Mahoning 

Lake 

Geauga 

Hauco?k 



Hu 



Moonville 

Moore's Salt Works Jefferson 



Mooreland 
Moorefield 
Morgan 
Morgan's Fork 
Morganville 
Morning Sun 
JloiTistown 
Morrisville 
Morrow 
.Moscow 
Moscow Mills 
Moss Run 
Moultrie 
Moulton 
Mount Airv 
Mount Blanehard 
Mount Blanco 
Mount Carmel 
Mount Carrick 
Mount Eaton 
Mount Ephraim 
Mount Gilead 
Mount Healthy 
Mount Heron 
Mount Holly 
Mouut Hope 
Mount Liberty 
Mount Olive 
Mount Grab 
Mount Perry 
Mount Pisgah 
Mount Pleasant 
Mount Sterling 
Mount Union 
Mount Vernon 
Mount Victorv 
Mount Washington 
Mo wry stown 
Aluchinippe 
Mulberry 
irensey ; Mulberry Corners 



Way 

Harrison 

Ashtabula 

Pike 

Morgan 

Preble 

Clinton 

Warren 

Clermont 

"■•'organ 

Washington 

Columbiana 

Auglaize 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Meigs 

Clermont 

Monroe 

Wavna 

Noble 

Hamilton 

Darke 

Warren 

Holmes 

Knox 

Clermont 

Brown 

Perry 

Clermont 

Jefferson 

Madison 

Stark 

Snox' 

Hardin 

Hamilton 

Highland 

Logan 

Clermont 

Ocauga , 



N 

New Haven " 
New Holland 
New Hope 
New Jasper 
New Knoxville 
New Lebanon 
New Lexington 
New Lisbon 
New London 
New Lyme 
New Madison 
New Market 
New Martinsburg 
New Matamoras 
New Middletown 
NewMilford 
New Moscow 
New Palestine 
New Paris 
New Petersburg 
New Philadelphia 
Now Pittsburg 
New Plymouth 
Newport 
New Portage 
New Prospect 
New Richland 
New Richmond 
Rochester 
New Ruinley 
New Salem 
New Somerset 
New Springfield 
Newton Falls 
Newt)nville 
Newville 
Newtown 
New Vienna 
New VV^ashin.'ton 
New Waterford 
New Way 
New Wostfield 
New Winchester 
Ney 

Nicholsville 
Niles 
Nimisila 

B 

Noblesville 
Nonpar.Ml 

North Bass Island 



Carroll 

Huron 

Pickaway 

Browu 

Greene 

Auglaize 

Montgomery 

Perry 

Columbiana 

Huron 

Ashtabula 

Darke 

Highland 

Fayette 

Washington 

JIahouing 

Portage 

Coshocton 

Clermont 

Preble 

Highland 

Tuscarawas 



ayn 



Vinton 

Washington 

Summi* 

Wayn, 



th Madison 
North Newbury 

th Ridge 
North Ridgeville 
North Robinson 
North Royal ton 
North Salem 
North Sheffield 
North Solon 
North Springfield 
North Star 
North Swisburg 
North Uuiontown Higiiland 
Northup Gallia 

North Washington Hardin 

Northwest Williams 

Norton Delaware 

Norton Center Summit 

Norwalk Huron 

Norwich 
Nottingham 
Nova 
Oakfield 
Oak Harbor 
Oak Hill 
Oakland 
Oak Ridge 
Oleilin 
Oceola 
Odessa 
Ogletou 
Ohl's Town 
' Diggings 
Okeana 
Old Hickory 
Olena ^ 

Olentangy 



Cuyahoga 

Guernsey 

Ashtabula 

Cuyahoga 

Summit 

Darke 

Champaign 



Muskingum 

Harrison 

Ashland 

I'erry 

Ottawa 

J ackson 

Clinton 

Hancock 

Lorain 

Crawford 

Henry 

Butler 

Trumbull 



Clermont 
Wood 
Harrison 
Fairfield 
Jefferson 
Mahoning 
Trumbull 
Clermont 
Richland 
Hamilton 
Clinton 
Crawford 
Columbiana 
Licking 
Wood 
Crawford 
Defiance 
Clermont ; Paris 
Trumbull I Paris 
Summit; Parkman 
Noble! Park 's.U 
Noble I Parma 
Knox Pataskala 
Carroll Patmos 
Ottawa Pa ri«t 



Olive Branch 

Olive Center 

Olive Green 

Olivesburg 

Olmsted 

Omega 

Oneida Mills 

Ontario 

range 

Orange Statioi 

Orangeville 

Oregon 

Orrville 

Orwell 

Osborn 

Osman's 

Osnaburg 

Ostrander 

Otsego 

Ottawa 

Ottokee C. H. 
Otway 

Otwell's Mills 
Outville 
Overpeck's St ■. 
Ovid 

Owensville 
Oxford 
Paddy's Run 
Painesville 
Paint 
Painter Creek 



Pallow 
Palmyra 
Palo Alto 

IPaucoastbi; 



lie 



Butler 

Wayne 

Huron 

Crawford 

Noble 

Clermont 

Meigs 

Nobfe 

Richland 

Cuyahoga 

Pike 

Carroll 

Richland 

ilahoning 

Delaware 

Trumbull 

Warren 

Wayne 



Adams 

Stark 

Delaware 

Muskingum 

Ottawa 

Fulton 

Scioto 

Darke 

Licking 

1 Butler 

Franklin 

Clermont 

Butler 

Butler 

Lake 

ghland 

Darke 

Greeiw^ 

Pickaway 

Stark 

Portage 

Seneca 

Fa:> eue 

Stark 

Portage 

(i eauga 

Fiaukiiu 

C lyahoga 

Lickinc 

Mihon-i 



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POST OFFICES OHIO. 



I'HSt OflC 



P 

PauUling 

Payne 

Pemherton 

Pendleton 

Penfield 

Peninsula 

Pennsville 

Peoli 

Perin's Mills 

Perote 

Perry 

PervystiQrg 

Pcrryton 

Perrvville 

Peru 

Petersburs; 

Pettisville 

Petouguet 

Pharisburg 

Phelps 

Plieuix 

Philanthropy 

Philipsburg 

Philo 

Piekerington 

Pickereltown 

Pierce 

Pievpont 

Pike 

Piketon 

Pike-<villo 

Pileher 

Pine Grove 

Pioneor 

Piqua 

Pugiih 

Pittsfield 

Plain 

Plainiield 

Plainville 

Plank Eoad 

Plato 

Plattsville 

Pleasant Corncvs 

Pleasant Hill 

Pleasant Plain 

Pleasant Ilidgo 

Pleasant Run 

Pleasanton 

Pleasant Valley 

Plimpton 

Plymouth 

Poast Town 

Poe 

Point Isabel 

Point Pleasant 

Poland 

Polk 

Pomeroy 

Pond 

Pontiac 

Poplar 

Poplar Ridge 

Portage 

Portaqo Cantor 

Port Clinton 

Porter 

Portersville 

Port Homer 

Portland 

Portsmouth 

Part Union 

Port Washington 

Port William 

Poisdam 

Powell 
• powellsville 

Powhatan Point 

Prairie Depot 

Prairicville 

Pratt 

1' reston 

Primrose 

Prineeton 

Prop<tvillo 

Proip'-ct 

Provilenoo 

Pui^h 

Pulaski 

Pulaskivillo 

Put- ill Bay 

Putnam 

Pyrmont 

Ouaker Bottom 

Ouincy 

Kucine 

Kaccoon Uliind 

Radnor 

RuiUoboio' 



Shelby 

Putnam 

Lorain 

Summit 

Morgan 

Tuscarawas 

Clermont 

Ashland 

Lake 

Wood 

Licking 

Ashland 

Huron 

Mahoning 

Fulton 

Henry 

Union 

Asl'.tabula 

AslUabula 

Butler 

Jefterson 

Muskingum 

Fairfield 

Logan 

Stark 

Ashtabula 

Perry 

Pike 

Darke 

Belmont 

Gallia 

Williams 

Miami 

Butler 

Lorain 

Wayne 

Coshocton 

Hamilton 

Belmont 

Lorai 

Shelby 

Frankr 

Miam 



Post Office. 

Randolph 

Rapids 

Rurden 

Ravenna 

Rawsonville 

Raymonds 

Kays 

Reading 

Red Lion 

Reid's 

Reed's Mills 

Reedsburg 

Reedtown 

Rccdsvillo 

Reesville 

R«^neir's Mills 

Rehoboth 

Reiley 

Reinersville 

Remson's Corners 

Renrock 

Republic 

Republican 

Revnoldsburg 

Richfield 

Richmond 
Richmond Center 

Richmond Dale 

Richwood 

Ridgeland 

Kidgeville 

Rid!<eville Corners 

Riga 

Rinehart 

Ringgold 

Rio Grande 

Ripley 

Ripleyville 

River Styx 

Rives 

Rix's Mills 

Robertsville 

Robtown 

Rochester Depot 

Rockst'ord 

Rock Cam 



Scioto 

Portage 

Lorain 

Union 

Jackson 

Hamilton 

Warren 

PauUling 

Vinton 

Wavne 

Seu'eea 

Sle.gs 

Clinton 

Washinu'Con 

Perry 

Butler 

Morgan 

Sledina 

Noble 

Seneca 

Darli 

Frankli 

Summ 

Jeffersc 

Ashtabu: 

Ross 

Union 

Htnr 

Warrel 

Henry 

Auglai 

Morgi 

Gall 



Salineville 
Salt Creek 
SaltiUo 

Samsouville 

Sandusky 

Sandy 

Saudyville 

Sarahsville 

Sardinia 

Sardis 

Savannah 



Seioto 

Scioto Furnace 

Scotch Ridge 
Scott 

Scott Town 
Scroggsfield 
Seal 



Warren Rock Hous 



H 

Hamilton i 
Athens 
Morgan 

Fairfield 
Holmes 

Richland 
Butlei 
Medina 

Clermont 

Mahoning 

Ashland 

Meigs 

Geauga 

Huron 

Crawford 

Darke 

Wood 

Hancock 

Ottawa 

Del 

Perry 

Jefferson 

Meigs 

Scioto 

Butler 

Tuscarawas 

Clinton 

Miami 

Delaware 

Scioto 

Belmont 

Wood 

Krie 



Sh. 



Hii 



Rockport 

Rocky Fork 

Rocky Hill 

Rock Oak 

Rodney 

Kogersville 

Uokeby 

RoUersviUe 

Rome 

Rootstowu 

Ruseoe 

Rose 

Rosedale 

Rose H.U 

Roseville 

Ross 

Ros3ea\i 

Ri>und Bottom 

Round Head 

Rows 

RowviUe 

Roxabell 

Roxbury 

Royal Oak 

Royalton 

Ruggles 

Rural 

Rural Dale 

Rush Creek 

Rush 

Rush Run 

Rushville 

Rushsvlvania 

Russetl 

Russell's Place 

Riissellville 

Russell's Statio 

Rutland 

Sabiua 

Saint Charles 



Logan iSuint I'uu.'s 
MelKs'.Sago 
OAllialSali'Svillc 

D'^lawarei Salem 

llighlandlSalcni Oontir 



Medina 

Richland 

Muskingum 

Stark 

Pickaway 

Lorain 

Tuscarawas 

Lawrence 

Hocking 

Cuyahoga 

Licking 

Jackson 

Athens 

G.illia 

Tuscarawas 

Morgan 

Sandusky 

Ashtabula 

Portage 

Coshocton 

Carroll 

Madison 

Darke 

Muskingum 

Butler 



Hardin 

Ashland 

Licking 

Ross 

Morgan 

Paulding 

Fuivtield 

Ashland 

Olerii 

Musk in 

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J ell ITS 

Fairfield 

Logan 

Geauga 

Lawrence 

Brown 

Highland 

Meigs 

Clinton 

ISutlT 

ColnmlMana 

iWlmont 

M.r.'er 

Auglai/e 

Williams 

ege Perry 

Licking 

Augl 
Champaign 
I'ickawny 
Muskingum 



SeuecaviUe 

Seven Mile 

Seven Mile Prairi 

Sewellsville 

Shade 

Shadevlllo 

Shalersville 

Shaler's Mills 

Shanandoah 

Shane's Crossing 

Shanesville 

Sharon 

Sharon Center 

Sharonville 

Shaucks 

Sheffield 

Sheffield Lake 

Shelby 

Shepherustown 

Sherman 

Sherodsville 

Shields' 

Shiloh 

Short Creek 

Shreve 

Sicily 

Sidney 

Silver Creek 

Silver Run 



Columbiana 

Tuscarawas 

Noble 

Brown 

Monroe 

Ashland 

Ashtabula 
1 Ross 

Harrison 

Scioto 

Scioto 

Wood 

Adams 

L:iwrence 

Carroll 

■Wyandott 

Perr, 

Clar 

Guernsey 

Butler 

ia Darke 

Belmont 

Athens 

Franklin 

Portage 

Knox 

Richland 

Mercer 



Skeel's y. Roads 

Sligo 

Sloan's Station 

Smithfield 

Sraithfield Station 

Smitli Road 



Noble 

Medina 

Hamilton 

Morrow 

Lorain 

Richland 
Belmont 
Huron 
Carroll 
Belmon 
Riehlan. 
Harriso; 
Wayne 
Highland 
Shelhv 
Hardin 
Meigs 
Highland 
Hamilton 
Mercer 
Clinton 
Jetfersou 
Jefferson Tiverto 
Mahoning Tobosco 
Medina 



Post Office. 

Staunton 

Stemburg 

Stelvideo 

Steuben 

Steubenville 

Stillwater 

Stockport 

Stone Creek 

Storrs 

Stouts 

Stoutsville 

Stovertown 

Strasburg 

Straitsville 

Streetsborough 

Strongsville 

Stryker 

Suffield 

Sugar Grove 

Sugar Ridge 

Sugar Tree Ridge 

Sullivan 

Sulphur Spring 

Summerfield 

Summerford 

Summit 

imitviUe 

bury 
Swan 
Swan Creek 

Sweet Wine 

Sycamore 

Sylvania 

Sylvia 

Symmes' Corner 

Symmes' Run 

Syracuse 

T'allmadge 

Tampico 

Tank Town 

Tap pan 

Tariton 

Tawawa 

Taylor's Center 

Taylor's Creek 

Taylorsville 

Teegardin 

Ted row 

Temperancevillo 

Terre Haute 

Texas 

Thivener 

Thompson 

Thornville 

Three Locust? 

Thurman 

Tiffin 

Tippecanoe 

Tiro 



Fayeti 

Ashta- • 

Darl 



orset 



Harrison 

Clinton 

Cuyahoga 

Perry 

L'lmont 



mervillo Butler 

nora Muskingum 

nth Arlington Montgomery 
iitli liloomtield Pickaway 
iuth Bloomingvillo Hocking 
.uth Cliarleston Clark 

Mithiii''t.,n Trumbull 



K'irkhi 



South Point 
th Ridgo 
th Salem 



[iriiig Dale 
pringlield 
pring Hills 



Spring Vall-y 

Staflord 

Stanley 



Noble! 

Hoeki.M 

Fai ttte 

Lawrence 

A.ihlahula 

Ross 

Madison 

Geauga 

Allen 

Morrow 

Medina 

Ouornsey 

Warren 

Hamilton 

Clark 

Cbampaigii 



Todd's 

Toledo 

Tompkins 

Tontogauy 

Torch 

Townsend 

Towns 'nd Stall 

Trail Run 

Tradersvillo 

Trantiuility 

Transit 

"Tremont 

Trenton 

Triadelphia 

Trimble 



I bull 



tiuormev Starr 
Colnmbian'ii State I, 
MeigalStation 



Tuuiell ' 

Tapper's Plains 

Tuscarawas 

Twenty Slile Stand 

Twinsburg 

Tvmochlee 

Tyrone 

U'hrioksvillo 

Underwood's 

Union : 

Union Plain 

Union Port 

Union T.iwu 

UuionTllle 

llnionvillu Center 

Uniopolii 

Unity 

llpdegr»fl's 

Upper Sauduskr 

Upihur 

Urbana 

Utica 



POST OFFICES OREGON PENNSYLVANIA. 



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Hiincocic 
Delaware 
Van Wert 

Putnam 



sworth 

jonur'a Kipple 
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liujtouville 

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;rloo 

3 Station 



B>.-<llord 

, Brul-ewatt 
■ooktield 
ifialo 
. Cairo 
Canaaa 
Carlisle 
Cliarloston 
Cliester 
IfJilktoii 
Star 



JIaJisou 

Coshocton 

Huron 

irarion 

Uallia 

Coshocton 

Ross 

Fairfield 

Holmes 

Hamilton 

Gallia 

Auglaize 

Belmont 

V yandott 

Trumbull 

Ciivahoga 

•Jetterson 

Coslioeton 

Guernsey 

Fayette 

Columbiana 

Washington 

Gallia 

Seneca 

Washington 

Lucas 

Union 

Carroll 

Fulton 

Pike 

Stark 

Auglaize 

Warren 

Darke 

Belmont 

Crawford 

Lorain 

Columbiana 

Geauga 

Washiugton 

Preble 

Ashtabula 

3Iont(roraery 

Fulton 

Coslioeton 

Clinton 

r "William* 

Stark 

Williams 

Allen 

Madison 

Coshocton 

Miami 

Butler 

Preble 

Summit 

Fraukli 



Poit OJh 



Count I/, 



West Kushville 
West Sonora 
West Salem 
West Union 
\V est Unity 



Fairfield 

Prebl 
Wayu 
Adam 
William 
Coyahug 
Weatville Champaign 

WestWilliamsfield Ashtabi ' 



WeatWitds 
West Wood V 
West Zanesv 
Woymo 
Wliario 
Wlieat 
Whocle 
W 



5 tat 10 c 



tston 
Wbigvilu 
Whi[istow 
White Cjt 
White Ev 
White House 
White Oak 
White Sulphur Spr 

Whittlesey 

Wickliffe 

UMey's 

Wilkes; 

V\^i!kin3 

Wilkin's Run 

Willetville 

Williamsburg 

Williams' Center 

WiUiamsfield 

Williamsport 

Willouuhby 

Willow Wood 

Whartonsburg 

Wilseyville 

Wilshire 

Wilmington 

Wilson's Mills 

Wilson's Station 

Winameg 

Winchester 

Windham 

Windham Station 

Windsor 

Winesburg 

WindJield 

Winter's Station 

Wintersville 

Withamsville 

Wittens 

Woodbury 

Woodingtoa 

Wood Grove 

Woodsfield 

Wood's Station 

Woodstock 

Woodview 

WoodviUe 

Woodland 

Wood Yard 

Woo5ter 

Worth 

Worthingtr.n 

Wynant 

Wyanuott 

Yankee Ril;e 

Yankeotown 

Yellow Bud 

Yellow Poud 

Yellow S..iin53 

Yelvertou 

York 

Young Hickorv 

Young's Mili; 

Youngstowu 

YoungsviUe 

Zaleski 

ZanestioM 



Richland 

Clermont 

Muskingum 

Medina 

Wyandott 

Adams 

Scioto 

Morrow 

Noble 

Perry 

Muskngum 

ns Coshocton 



Lucas 
Fayette 

Delaware 

Medina 

Lake 

Darke 

Vinton 

Union 

L i ck i ng 

Highland 

Clermont 

AVilliams 

Ashtabula 

Pickaway 

Lake 

Lawrence 

Wyandott 

Deti:inoe 

Van Wert 

Clinton 

"Cl'into'u 

Fulton 

Guernsey 

Portage 

Ashtabula 

Holmes 

Tuscarawas 

Sandusky 

Clermont 

Monroe 

Wood 

Darke 

Morgan 

Monroe 

Butler 

Champaign 

Morrow 

Sandusky 

Darke 

Athens 

Wayne 

P/rry 



; Florence 

, Fremont 
ladepeudenc 
Jetlersou 
Lafayette 
Lancaster 
Lebanon 
Liberty 
Lodi 

Manchester 
Mansfield 
Middleburg 
t. Mill Grove 
Milton 



Morrow | Zanes 
Preble iZeno 
Sandusky ; Zimmerman 
Hancock | Zoar 
Madison ZoarS tit ioE 
Coshocton 



Hardin 
Union 

Sluskingum 

Malioning 

A dams 

Vinton 

Logan 

Muskingum 

Muskinjiam 

(ircene 

Tasearawas 



Fayette ; 
Wayne 
Logan 
Seneca I 
Preble | 



Oregon, 



Logan 

Wood ! Albmy 
Miami j Amity 
Allen I Applegat" 
Wood j Ashland Mills 
Allen I Astoria 
Columbiana : Aurora Mi'.ls 



Linn 

Yam Hill 

Jackson 



Vvst Office. 


Comity. 


Belpassi 


Marion 


Bloom ingtou 


Polk 


Bridgeport 


Polk 


Brownsville 


Linn 


B.itenville 


Marion 


Champoag 


Marion 


Chetco 


Carry 


Cole's Valley 


Douglas 


Corvallis 




Cottage Grove 


Lane 


Dallas 


Polk 


Dayton 


Yam Hill 


DamondHiU 


Linn 


Blkton 


i;mp.iua 


lOUenberg 
Empire City 


Cu'rry 
Coos 


Kola 


Polk 


tltna 


Polk 


Eugene City 


Lane 


Fairfield 


Marion 


Forest Grove 


Washington 


Franklin 


Lane 


Freedom 




Galoville 


Douglas 


Glad Tidings 


Clackamas 


Grand Ronde 


Polk 


Harrisburg 


Linn 


Hillsboro' 


Washington 


Hood River 


Wascupum 


Independence 


Jacksonville 


Jackson 


Kellogg's 


Umpqua 


Kirby 


Josephine 


Kimr's Valley 


Benton 


Laekamute 


Polk 


Lafayette 


Yam Hili 


Lawn Arbor 


Polk 


Lebanon 


Linn 


Lelaud 


Josephine 


Liberty 


Benton 


Locust Grove 


Umpqua 
Lane 


Long Tom 
McMinnviUe 


Yam Hill 


Milwaukie 


Clackamas 


Monmouth 


Polk 


Myrtle Creek 


Douglas 


Needy 


Clackamas 


North Oanyonville Douclas 


North Yam H ill 


Yam Hill 


Oakland 


Douglas 


Oregon City 


Clackamas 


Oswego 




Peoria 


Linn 


Phenix 


Jackson 


Pine 


Linn 


Pleasant Hill 


Lane 


Plum Valley 


Polk 


Portland 


ITultnomah 


Port Orford 


Currv 


Randloph 


Coos 


Rockpoint 


Jaekson 


Rosebarg 


Douglas 


Round Prairie 




St Clair 


Marion 


St. Helen 


Cdumbia 


Salem 


Marion 


Salt Creek 


Polk 


Sandy 


Clackamas 


SantiamCity 


Marion 


Scio 


Linu 


Scottsburg 


Umnqua 


Siuslaw 


Lane 


Silverton 


Marion 


Slate Cre.-k 


Josephine 


Souvies Island 


Wasliiugtou 


Springvilb; 


Multnomah 


Starr's Point 


Benton 


Sublimity 


Marion 


The Dalleo 


Wasco 


Umpqua City 


Uuipqua 
Polk 


Valtontis 


Wascopaui 




Wapatoo 


\Vashingto°, 


Waldo 


Josephine 


Williamsbv.rg 




Williamette For? 


Lane 


Willamina 


Yarn Hill 


Winchester 


Douglas 


Youcalla 


Ump'^ua 


PeiiiisylvaHia. 


PoHt Ore. 


C;;.'U. 


Aaronsbvir;: 


C.>ater 


Abbottstowu 


Adams 


Abington 


M>ut«omery 


Academia 


Juniata 


Aehey'd Cora^r 


L:baaou 



Adams 


Armstrong 


Adamsburg ■Westmoreland 


Adamstown 


Lancaster 


AdamsviUe 


Craw ford 


Addison 


Somerset 


Afinew's Mills 


Venango 


Airy Dale 


Huntingdon 


Akersville 


Fulton 


Alba 


Bradford 


Albany 


Berks 


Alberts 


Luzerne 


Albion 


Erie 


Albrightsville 


Carbon 


Aldenville 


Wayne 


Alexandria 


Huntingdon 


Alleghany 


Alleghany 


Alleghany Bridg 


McKean 


Allen 


Cumberland 


Allentown 


Lehigh 


Allensville 


Mifliin 


Alsace 


Berks 


Altoona 


Blair 


Alum Bank 


Bedford 


Alvan 


Jeflerson 


Alvira 


Lvcomini: 


Amberson's Vallev Franklin 


Amity 


Washington 


Analomink 


Monroe 


Anandale 


Butler 


Andalusia 


Bucks 


Andersunburi 


Perry 


Anderson's Mills 


Butler 


Andesville 


Perry 


Andora 


Philadelphia 


Annin Creek 


McKean 


Annville 


Lebanon 


Ansonville 


Clearfield 


Antes 


Center 


Anttstowu 


Blair 


Apollo 


Armstrong 


Applebacksville 


Bucks 


Apple Grove 


Y'ork 


Ararat Susquehannah 


Archbald 


Luzerne 


Arch Spring 


Blair 


Areudtsville 


Adams 


Ariel 


Wayne 


Armaugh 


Indiana 


Arroyo 


Elk 


Arsenal 


Alleghany 
Schuylkill 


Ashland 


Asylum 
Athens 


Bradford 




Atkinson's Mills 


Mifflin 


Attleborough 


Bucks 


Auburn 


Schuvlkill 


Auburn Center Susquehinnah 


Auburn Four Cor 


ners 


AughHic.i Mills 


Huntingdon 


Augusta N^r 


thumberland 


AvSn 


Lebanon 


Avondale 


Chester 


Ayers 


Indiana 


Ayer's Hill 


Potter 


Baden 


Beaver 


Bailey Creek 


Tioga 


Bailey Hollow 


Luzerne 


Baiubridge 


Lancaster 


Baker Bank 


Beaver 


Bakerstown 


Alleghany 


Bakersville 


Somerset 


Bald EagU- 


Y'ork 


Bald Hill 


Clearfield 


Bald Mount 


Luzerne 


Baldwin 


Butler 


Balm 


Mercer 


Barbour's Mills 


Lycoming 


Bareville 


Lancaster 


Barnesville 


Schuylkill 
Butler 


Barnhart's Mills 


Barre Forge 


Huntingdon 


Barren Hill 


Jlontgomery 
Schuylkill 


Barry 


Bart 


Lancaster 


Bartonsville 


Monroe 


Bartville 


Lancaster 


Bastross 


Lvcominu- 


Bath Northampton 


B.ivington 


Washington 


Baumstown 


Berks 


Beach Orove 


Luzerne 


Beach Hav. u 




Beach fond 


AVaync 


BealUviUe 


Washington 


Bear Creek 


Luzerne 


Bear Gap Nor 


thumberland 


B'armont 


Schuvlkill 


Seartowu 


Laucaatev 


Beaver Centir 


Crawford 


Beaver C. H. 


Beaver 


Beaver Meadows 


Carbon 


Bearer Spring's 


Sny<l*r 



52 



POST OFFICES PENNSYLVANIA. 



Post Office. 

Beavertown 

Beaver Valley 

Bechtelsville 

Beck's Mills 

Beekersville 

Bedford 

Bedminster 

Beech Bottom 

Beech Creek 

Belfast 

Belknap 

Bella Sylva 

Bellefonte 

Bellemonte 

Belle Valley 

Belle Vernon 

Belleview 

Belleville 

Bendersville 



Snyder 

Coliimliia 

Berks 

Washington 

Berks 

Bed lord 

Bucks 

Elk 

CI nton 

Xorthampton 

Arrastronf? 

Wyoming 

Center 

Lancaster 

Erie 

Fayette 

Lebanon 

MitUin 

Adams 

Dauphin 

Elk 

Somerset 

Center 

Bradford 

Washington 

Columbia 

Elk 

Somerset 



Benezette 

Benford's Store 

Benner 

Bentley Creek 

Bentleyville 

Benton 

Benxinger 

Berkley's 

Berlin 

Berlin Center 

Berlinsville 

Bermudian 

Bernville 

Berrjsburg 

Berwick 

Bethany 

Bethel 

Bethel Station 

Bethlehem 

Bethesda 

Big Bend 

Bigler 

Big Run 

Big Spring 

Bingham 

Binkley's Bridge 

Birchardsville 

Birdsboro' 

Birmingham 

Black Ash 

Black Creek 

Black Fox 

Black Hawk 

Black Horse 

Black Lick Mills 

Blain 

Blairsville 

Blakely 

Blanket Hill 

Blockley 

Bloody Run 

Bloomfield 

Bloming Valley 

Bloomsburg 

Bloomville 

Blossburg 

IJloscrville 

Blue Ball 

Blue Bell 

Blue Mountain 

Kluc Rock 

Boalsburg 

Bodinesville 

Hoiling Spring 

Bolivar 

Booth Corner 

ISoqueCtc 

Bossardsvillo 

Boston 

Itovard's Store 

Bower 

Bower Hill 

Bower's Statio 

Bowman's Crec 

Bowmanavillu 

Uoyerstown jserns 

Brackncy Susriuehaunah 

Braddock's Field AUeghiiny 

Bradenville Wcstui irelaud 

ISradford McKoan 

jsrady Indiana 

Itrady'sBond Armstrong 

Itralntrem Wyoming 

Branch Da'.e Schuylkil 

HranchJuuctionWoatmorelKud 

Brandywine Minor Chester 



Wayne 

Northampton 

Adams 

Berks 

Dauphin 

Columbia 

Wayne 

Berks 

Cambria 

Northampton 

Lancaster 

Venango 

Adams 

JelVerson 

Cumberland 

Potter 

> Lancaster 

iusquehannah 

Berks 

Huntingdon 

Crawford 

Luzerne 

Clarion 

Beaver 

Chester 

Indiana 

Perry 

Indiana 

Luzerne 

Armstrong 

Philadelphia 

Bedford 

Crawford 

Columbia 

Clearfield 

Tioga 

Cumberland 

Lancaster 

Montgomery 

Northampton 

Chester 

Center 

Lycoming 

Cumberland 

Westmoreland 

Delaware 

Westmoreland 

Monroe 

Northampton 

Butler 

Clearfield 

Washington 

Berks 

Wyoming 

LuiK aster 



Bristol 

Broad Axe 

Broad Mountain 

Broad Top 

Brockwayville 

Broadhead 

Brodbeck's 

Brodbeadv 

Brookdale 

Brookfiold 



.vnington 
Brownsburg 
Brown's Mills 
Browntown 
■vnsville 
Bruin 
rumfieldville 
rush Creek 
Brush Run 
Brush Valley 
Bryansville 
Buchanan 
Buck 

Buck Horn 
Buckingqam 
Bucks to wii 



3k3ville 



iffalo 



Clarion 
Bucks 
Montgomery 
SchuylsiU 
Huntingdon 

Alleghany 

York 

Monroe 

Susquehannah 

Tioga 

Potter 

Susquehannah 

Jettersou 

Berks 

Butler 

Berks 

Bradford 

Fayette 

Butler 

Berks 

Beaver 

Washington 

Indiana 

York 

Alleghany 

Lancaster 

Columbia 

Bucks 

Somerset 

Bucks 

Fulton 

Alleghany 



W: 



flalo Mills 
Buffalo Cross I 
Buffalo Run 
Bunker Hill 
Burgettstown 
Burlington 
Burns 
Burnside 
Burnt Cabins 
Burrell 



QgtOl 



Po.if Office. 



Cuunty. 
Centt 



Center Hill 
r Line 
Center Moreland Wyoming 

CenterRouteStation Crawforil 
Center Square Montgomery 



Ccntertown 

Center Valley 

CenterviUe 

Chadd'sFord 

Chambersburg 

Chambersville 

Chunceford 

Chandlerville 

Chaneyville 



Cha 



ille 



Bedford 
jads Ui 

Center 

Backs 

Washington 

Bradford 

Crawford 

Cleartield 

Fulton 

Westmoreland 

Bucks 

>IcKean 



Bursonvil 
Burtville 
Bushkill 
BuskKilnCenter Northampton 



Hrcakncck 

Brcinlgsvillc 

nrickcrville 

llridesburg 

llridgeport 

Bridge Vallej 



Butlor 

Luhigh 

Lancaster 

^hiUdelphift 

Montgomery 

Bucks 



Bustleton 

Butler 

Butztown 

Byberry 

Cabinet 

Caernavron 

Cains 

Caledonia 

Callensburg 

Cain 

Calvin 

Camargo 

Cambra 

Cambridge 

Cameron 

Campbellstown 

CampbellviUe 

Camptown 

Canaan 

Canal 

Candor 

Canoe Creek 

Cannonsburg 

Canton 

Carbon 

Carbondale 

Carlisle 

Carlisle Springs 

Carmichael's 

Carrick 

Carrick Furnac 

Carroll 

Carrolltown 

Carter C^iuip 

Carter Hill 

Carver.-ivill.- 

Oivrvert..u 

Cascad"; 

Cashtowit 

Cass 

Oasxvijlc 

Castle Fin 

Oatasuuqua 

CatawisHa 

Cattish Furnace 

Cavettsvillo 

Cedar Run 

Cedar Spi.n-i 

Central 

Center 

Center Brilo 

Center HaM 



Philadelphia 

Butler 

NTorthampton 

Philadelphia 

Jloutgomery 

Berks 

Lancaster 

Elk 

Clarion 

Chester 

Hnntingdon 

Lancaster 

Luzerne 

Lancaster 

Clinton 

Lebanon 

Sullivan 

Bradford 

Wayne 

Venango 

Washington 

Blair 

W;ishington 

Bradford 

Carbon 

Luzerne 

Cumberland 

Cumberland 

Greene 

Alleghany 

; Franklin 

Clinton 



Bucks 
;^uzerne 
Wayne 

Adam 



Chapman 
Charleston 
Charhsville 
Chartier 
Chatham 
Chatham Run 
Chatham Valley 
Chelsea 
CheltL-uham 
Chenango 
Cherry Flats 
Cherry Hill 
Cherry Ridge 
Cherry Tree 
Cherry Valley 
Cherryville 
Chesnut Grove 
Chesnut Hill 
Cliesnnt Level 
Chess Springs 
Chest 
Chester 

Chester Springs 
Chester Valley 
Chesterville 
Cheyney 
' UisquaqueNe 

Choconut 

Christiana 

Chulasky 

Church Hill 

Churchtowu 

Clara 

Clarington 

Clarion 

Clark 

Clarksburg 

Clark's Green 

Clarksville 

Claussville 

Claysville 

Clayton 

Clearfield 

Clearfield Bridge 

Clear Spring 

Clearville 

Clermontville 

Clifford S 

Clifton 

Clinton 

Clinton Corner 

Clintonrille 

Clokev 

Olonmell 

Coalmont 

Coal Port 

Coals Bluff 

Coal Valley 

Ooatesville 

Cocalico 

Cochran's Sliila 

Ooohransville 

Cochrauton 

Codurus 

Oofl'ee Run 
Cogan House 
Cogan Station 
Cold Spring 
Colebrook 
Colebrookdale 
Oolemausvillc 
Colerain 
Colerain Forgo 
Colesburg 



Merc 

Lehigh 

Crawford 

Delaware 

Franklin 

Indiana 

York 

Chester 

Bedford 

Crawford 

Snvder 

fioga 

Bedford 

Allegheny 

Chester 

Clinton 

Tioga 

Delaware 



Way 
Venanao 
Washington 
Northampton 

Lycomii 

Philadelph 

Lancaster 

Cambria 

Clearfield 

Delaware 

Choste 



. Delaware 

jrthumberland 

Susquehannah 

Lancaster 

Northumberland 

Luzerne 

Lancaster 

Potter 

Forest 

Clarion 

Mercer 

Indiana 

Luzerne 

Greene 

Lehigh 

Washington 

Berks 

Clearfield 



Post Office. 

Cook 
Cooks port 

i'sRun 
Cookstown 
Coolbaughs 
Cool Spring 
Coon Island 
Coopersburg 
Cooperstown 
Cornplanter 
Cornwall 
Corsica 
Corsons 
Corydon 
Cosgrave Hall 
Cottage 
Coultersville 







Com, 


v. 




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CI 


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F.. 




Jl 


or 


Jeti 


rsi 


Wash. 


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Ini. 

Huntingdi 
Bo ■ 

Moar 



go Colo's Creek 
Huntingdon Oollamer 



York 

Lehigh 

Columbia 

Clarion 

Westmoreland 

Lyoming 

Clinton 

Columbia 

Perry 

Bucks 

Center 



Columbia 

Columbia X R'^ft'l 

Columbus 

Commottsburg 

Concord 

Concordvillc 

Conostoga 

Conncaulvillc 

Connollaville 

Oonshohocken 

Conyngham 



Covington 

Cowan'sville 

Cowdersport 

Coxtown 

Coyleville 

Crab Tree 

Oresson 
Cressona 
Crooked Creek 
Crooked Hill 
Cronover's Mills 
CrossC reek Village 
Cross Cut 
Cross Forks 
Crossingville 
Cross Kill Mills 
Cross Roads 
Crow's Mills 
Culley 
Culmerville 
Cumberland Valle, 
Cummiusville 
Cumra 
Curlsville 
Curtin 
Curwinsville 
Gush 

Cussawago 
Custards 
Daggett's Jlills 
Dale 
Daleville 
Dallas 
Dallastown 
Dalmatia 
Damacus 
Danborough 
DanielsviUe 
Danville 
Darby 
York I Darlington 
BedfoJd Dauphin 
McKeau | Davidsburg 
ehunuah I Davidson 

Davidson's Ferry 
Davidsville 
Davis 
Davistown 
Davisville 
Dawson 
Dayton 
Day's Store 
Decatur 
Decker's P.nnt 
DefranceviUe 
Delaware 
Delaware Grove 
Delaware Water ' 
Delhi 

Dempscytowu 
Dent 

Derry Church 
Do wart Nortli 

Dickinson C 

Dillingcrsville 
Dillsburg 
Lancaster I Dill's Ferry N 
Dilworthtuwn 
Huntingdon Dimock Si 

Potter! Dineman's Ferry 
Columbia. Dixmont 
Chester: Doc Run 
Lancaster! Oolington 
! Bradford I Donaldson 

Warren Donation ' 

Woxhington I Donegal " 

Franklin iDonnall.Vs MilN 

D.d>w:.r.- P'rr'i 

LaiUM-' v n ■ ■''''■■ 

Crn«.. : 1' '> ' ■ ■ 

I.-.,,, ■.. p.,.- . ^ 

MontK"i:i-rv 1' -i l --^ . ■' 



Arm*troi' 

Pott. 

Berh 

ButlJ 

Westmorelai I 

Vcuaui 

C.iinbr 

SchKilki 

Tio| 

Montgomsjj 

Huntingdi 

Washingl 

Lawre* 

ClinS 

Crawfoi- 

Berl 

Yol 

Greel. 

Sullivli 

Allegh» 

V BodfW 

Huntingdi 

Berl 

Clarii 

Dauph! 

Ckarfi* 

Crawfot 

h 

Luzcrt 



Northumb.'rlai 



Nortl: 



Luzerne 

Alleghany 

\Vvoming 

Venango 

Washington 



Hauiingdon 

Indiana 

Washington 

Alleghany 

Chester 

Lancaster 

Armstrong 

Chester 

Crawford 

York 

Huntingdon 

Lycoming 

Wayne 

Lebanon 

Berk 



POST OFFICES PENNSYLVANIA. 



53 



o.<,l Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Pout Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


TniiiRton 


Chester 


Enders 


Dauphin 


Freedom 


Beaver 


Hamilton 


Jefferson 


leshur.? 


Franklin 


English Center 


Lycoming 


Freehold 


Warren 


Hamlinton 


Wayne 


lestown 


Bucks 


Ennisville 


Huntingdon 


Freemansbiirg 


Xorthampton 


H:immersley's Fork Clinton 


kc<to\vii 


Somers»t 


Enon Valley 


Lawrence 


Fr.'cport 


Armstrong 


Hammond's Creek Tioga 


m'a 


Luzerne 


Enterline 


Dauphin 


French Creek 


Alercer 


Hamnrtou 


Ch.ster 


TV's Run 


Chester 


Enterprise 


Lancaster 


Fnn.-h Mills 


Brad;oril 


Hampton 


Adams 


Rdge 


Bedford 


Ephrata 




Fronchtown 




Haneyville 


Lycoming 


Run 


Chester 


Equinunk 


Wayne 


Frenchville 


Clearfield 


Hannah Center 


Center 


ville 


Berks 


Ercildown 


Chester 


Friedensville 


Lehigh 


Hanover 


York 


blin 


Bucks 


Erie 


Erie 


Friendsville 


Susquehaunah 


Hmover Junction 


1 in MilU 


Fulton 


Erwinna 


Bucks 


Frostburg 


J nv-.nn 


Harbor Creek 


Eric 


ibar 


Fayette 


Espy 


Columbia 


Fryburg 


Clarion 


Harford 


Susqnehannah 
Lawrence 




Perry 


Espvville 


Crawford 


Fnlmerville 


Pike 


Hardensburg 


icansville 


Blair 


Etna 


AUegh inv 


Fulton 


Westmoreland 


Harlevsville 


Montgomery 


idaff 


Susqnehannah 


Etters 


York 


Fulton House 


Lancaster 


Harmarville 


Alleghany 


ikard 


Greene 


E 111 alio 


Potter 


Furman Hill 


Wyomin- 


Harmansburg 


Craw ord 


imore 


■ Luzerne 


Evansburg 


Crawford 


Furnace 


B-rks 


Harmony 


Butler 


inin?3 




Evan's Falls 


Wyoming 


Gaines 


Tioga 


H.irnedsville 


Somerset 




Washington 


Evansvillo 


Columbia 


Gallilee 


Wayne 


Harrisburg 


Dauphin 
Westmoreland 


nshur" 


Clinton 


Evendale 


Juniata 


Gallitzin 


Cambria 


Harrison City 


uesue 


Alleihany 


Ewing'sMilU 


Alleirhany, Gamble's 


Alleghany 


Harrison Valley Potter 


cU 


Bradford 


Exchunge 


Montour 


Gap 


Lancaste'r 


HarrisonviUe 


Fulton 


ham 


Bucks 


Exeter 


Luzerne 


Garland 


Warren 


Rarrisville 


Butler 


■lack 


Lancaster 


Experiment Mil 


s Monroe 


Gardenville 


Bucks 


Harshaville 


Beaver 


hore 


Sullivan 


Factoryville 


Wyoming 


Gebharts 


Somerset 


Harthegig 


Mercer 


lerry 


Wayne 


Fagleysville 


Montgomery 


Geiger's Mills 


Berks 


Hartleton 


Union 


le 


Warren 


FaTrdale 


Susquehanuah 


General Wavn 


; Montgomery 


Hartstown 


Crawford 


le Foundry 


Huntingdon 


Fairfield 


Adams 


fienes-e Forks 


Potter 


Hartsville 


Bucks 




Sullivan 


Fairmont Springs Luzerne 


Georgetown 


Beaver 


Harvey's 


Greene 


leviUe 


Montgomery 


Fairview 


Erie 


Germania 


Potter 


Harvey's Five 


Points 




Alleghany 


Fairview Village Montgomery 


Germansville 


Lehigh 




Westmoreland 


ville 


Berks 


Fairville 


Chester 


Germantown 


Philadelphia 


Harvevsvillo 


Luzerne 


t '^ai-re 


Huntingdon 


Fallen Timber 


Cambria 


Germany 


Warren 


Hntboro' 


Montgomery 


Berlin 


Adams 


Falls 


Wyoming 


Gerv's 


Buck's 


Havensville 


Bradford 


, Bethlehem 


Washington 


Fallsington 


Bucks 


Gettysburg 


Adams 


Haver ford 


Delaware 


;brook 


Lawrence 


Falls of Schuylk 


ill Philad'a 


Gibson 


Susqnehannah 


Hawley 
Hay field 


Wayne 

Crawford 


, Charleston 


Tioga 


Fallstou ' 


Beaver 


Gilbertsville 


MontL'omery 


, Finley 


Washington 


Falmouth 


Lancaster 


Gill Hall 


Alleghany 


Hayesville 


Chester 


, Freedom 


Blair 


Fannettsburg 


Franklin 


Ginger Hill 


Washington 


Hazleton 


Luzerne 


; Green 


Erie 


Farmers 


York 




Erie 


Hebron 


Potter 


, Hanover 


Lebanon 


Farmers' Valley 


McKean 


GladeSliUs 


Butler 


Heckshirville 


Seh.'vlkill 


t Hempti'ld 


Lancaster 


Farmersville 


Lancaster 


GlatfoUers 


York 


Heel a 


«• 


, Homer 


Potter 


Farmingtou 


Favettc 


Glen Hope 


Clearfield 


Hector 


Potter 


; Lihertv 


Fayette 


Farminiton Center Tioira 


Glen Mills 


Delaware 


Hecktown 


Northampton 


, Nantmeal 


Chester 


F.irm School 


Center 


Glenn 


McKean 


Hegins 


Schuylkill 


. Pinn 


Carbon 


Farrandsvillo 


C.inton 


Glen Riddle 


Delaware 


Heidlersburg 


Adams 


.PineGruvc 


Warren 


Fawn Grove 


York 


Glen Rock 


York 


Heilman'sDalo 


Lebanon 


Salem 


Juniata 


Farette 


Alleghany 


G1en Roy 


Chester 


Heistersburg 


Fayette 


Saady 


A'enango 


Fayette Springs 


Fayette 


Glenshaw 


Alleghany 


Helhim 


Y'ork 


Sharon 


Potter 


Fayetteville 


Franklin 


Glenwood 


Susquehaunah 


Hellen 


Elk 


, Smithtield 


Bradford 


Feitonville 


Philadelphia 


Golden Hill 


Wyoming 


Hellen Furnace 


Clarion 


, SpringhiU 




Fennersvillo 


Monroe 


Good Hope 


Cumberland 


Hellertown 


Northampton 
Cambria 


Sterling 


Wayne 


Fertigs 


Venango 


Good Intent 


Washington 


Hemlock 


Troy 


Brad lord 


Fertility 


Lancaster 


Goodville 


Lancaster 


Hemnfield 


Lancaster 


on 


Xorthampton 


FetheroiffsviUe 


Berks 


Gordon 


Schuylkill 


Henderson 


Mercer 


Waterford 


Juniata 


Finleyville 


Washington 


Gordonsville 


Lancaster 


Hendler 


Schuylkill 


n 


Wyomins 


First "Fork 


Cameron 


Goshen 




Hendricksburg 


Luzerne 


lezer 


indiani 


Fisher 


Clarion 


Goshenville 


Chester 


Henrysville 


Monroe 


ishurs 


Gambia 


Fisher's Ferry 




Oouglersville 


Berks 


HensingersviUe 


Lehigh 


ly'sMiU 


Cumberland 


S'orthumberland 


Gouldsborough 


Luzerne 


Hepler 


Schuylkill 


) 


Armstrong 


Fishersville 


Dauphin 


Grafensburg 


Adams 


Hereford 


Berks 


ey 
lomy 


Luzerne 


Fishing Creek 


Columbia 


Grahamton 


Clearfield 


Herndon N 


orthumberland 


Beaver 


Fitz Henry 


Westmoreland 


Grahamville 


York 


Hermitage 


Mercer 


u?ton 


Bucks 


Fitzwatertown 


Montgomery 


Grampian Hill 


s Clearfield 


He nick 


Bradford 


'viUe 


Armstrong 


Flatwoods 


Fayette 


Granite Hill 


Adams 


Herrick Center 


Susqnehannah 




McKeaS 


Fleetville 


Luzerne 


Gi-anville 


Bradford 


HerrickviUe 


Bradford 


iviUe 


Brie 


Fleming 


Center 


Granville Summit 


Herriottsville 


AUeghanv 


imont 


Delaware 


Flemington 


Clinton 


Gratz 


Dauphin 


Hetricks 


^ ,.^°^^ 


iwood 


Bucks 


FlicksviUe 


Northampton 


Gray's Valley 


Tioga 


Hickory 


Washington 


borough 


Erie 


Florence 


Washington 


Graysvillo 


Huntingdon 


Hickory Corners 


burg 
Uville 


Lawrence 


Fogelsville 


Lehigh 


Great Bend 


Susqnehannah 


N 


Drthumberland 


Bradford 


Fo?est 


Clearfield 


Greene 


Lancaster 


Hickory Hill 


Chester 




Monroe 


Forest Hill 


Union 


Green Bank 


Lancaster 


Hickory Run 


Carbon 


)t Mills 


Pike 


Forest Lake 


3usquehannah 


Greenbrier Northumberland 


Hickorvtown 


Montgomery 


isviUe 


Bedford 


Forks 


Columbia 


Green Castle 


Franklin 


Hick's -Run 


Elk 


r's Mills 


Beaver 


Forkston 


Wyoming 


Greenfield 


Erie 


High House 


Fayette 


r's Ridge 


Indiana 


Forksville 


SullivaS 


Green Garden 


Beaver 


High Lake 


Wayne 


rsviUe 


Washington 


Fort Littleton 


Fulton 


Green Grove 


Luzerne 


Highland 


Bradford 




Armstrong 


Forty Fort 


Luzerne 


Greenland 


Lancaster 


High Spire 


Dauphin 


■d 


Waynl 


Forwardstown 


Somerset 


Green Mount 


Adams 


HighviUe 


Lancaster 


;dsvil!e 


Sullivan 


Fostoria 


Blair 


Greene Ridge 




Hill 


Mercer 


en Mile 


Potter 


Foundryville 
Fountain Dale 


Columbia 


Greensboro' 


Greene 


Hillegass 


Montgomery 


iport 


Lycoming 


Adams 


Greensburg 


Westmoreland 


Hillsboro' 


Washington 


ibeth 


Alleghany 


Fountain Green 


Cheste- 


Green Tree 


Alleghany 


Hillsdale 


Indiana 


be th town 


Lancaster 


Fowlersville 


Columbia 


Green Village 


Franklin 


Hill's Grove 


Sullivan 


liothville 


Dauphin 
Erie 


Foxburg 


forest 


Greenwood 


Columbia 


Hillside 


Westmoreland 


!reek 


Fox Chase 


Philadelphia 


Greenwood Fnrnace 


Hill's View 




>ale 


Chester 


Frampton 


Clarion 




H-ntingdon 


Hillsville 


Lawrence 


lick 


Tioga 


Franeonia 


Montgomery 


Greshvfllle 


Berks 


Hillto«u 


Bucks 


Somerset 


Frankford 


Philadelphia 


GrimviUe 




Hiner's Run 


Clinton 


l:in 


Tioga 


Frankfort Springs Beaver 




Crawford 


Hinkletown 


Lancaster 




Potter 


Franklin 


Venango 


GroH's Store 


Lancaster 


Hobbio 


Luzerne 


btslmrg 


Perry 


Franklin Corner 


Erie 


Gulf Mills 


Montgomery 


Hockersvillo 


Dauphin 
Cumberland 




Fayette 
Bradford 


Franklindale 


Bradford 


Gum Tree 


Chester 


Il„gestown 


U 


Franklintown 


York 


GuthrieviUe 




M..ll,ind 


Venango 


od 


Schuylkill 


Frankstowu 


Blair 


Guy's Mills 


Crawford 


H.dlidavsburg 


Blair 


)urs Xorthumbe'rland 


Frazer 


Chester 


Gwynned 


Jloutgomery 


Hollistrri-ille 


Wayne 




Lehigh 


Frederick 


Slontgomery 


HagersviUe 


Bucks 


Hnlmesburg 


Philadelphia 


■eeville 


Chester 


Fredericksburg 


Lebanon 


Half Moon 


Center 


Homo 


Indiana 


svillri 


York 


Frederieksville 


Berks 


Halifax 


Dauphin 


Homer 


Potter 




Bucks 


Predericktown 


Washington 


Hall 


York 


Ilonesdale 


Wayne 


ntoii 


Venango 


Freeburg 


Snyder 


Hamburg 


Berks 


Honey Brook 


Chester 



54 



POST OFFICES — PENNSYLVANIA. 



Pnut Office. Cui.iny. 

Honey Grove Juniata 
Hookstown Beaver 
Hop Bottom Susqiiehannah 
Hope Church Alleghany 
Hopewell Bedford 
Hopewell Center York 
HopewellCottonWorks Chester 
Hoppenville Montu'omerv 
Hornbrook Bra^Uord 
Horsham Jloutiomfrv 
Horton's Indiana 
Hosensack Lehigh 
Host Berks 
Houston Allcchany 
Howard C.-nt/r 
Howe VL-ii:..i-n 
Howellville D ''.v-ir- 
Hnblersbur;; r.,,t.r 
Hufrhes Sch.-.vlkii; 
Hujihesvill 



Post Office. 



County. 



Hul 



:illo 



Hulton Alleghany 

Hummnlstown Dauphin 

Huniphrevsville Luzerne 

Hunlock Creek 

Hunter's Cave Greene 

Hnnterstown Adams 

Huntersville Lycoming 

Huntingdon Huutingdon 

Huntingdon Vallev 

Montgomery 
Huntsville Luzerne 

Hyde Park 



Indi; 



Indian Run Jlercer 

Indian Orchard Wayne 

Industry Beavei 

Intercr- rse Lancaster 

Irish Icippla Lawrence 

Irishtown Mercer 
Iron Hill Northampton 

Irvine Warren 
Irwin's Station Westmoreland 

Ivy Mills Delaware 
Jackson Susquehannilh 

Jackson Hal Franklin 

Jackson Station Erie 
Jackson Valley Sus(iuehannah 

Jacksonville Lehigh 

Jacksville Butler 

James' Creek Huntingdon 

Jamestown Mercer 

Jeansville Luzerne 

Jefterson Greene 
JeHerson Furnace Clarion 

Jeflerson Line ClearHeld 

Jefferson Station York 
Jetfersonville Montgomery 

Jeffries Clearfield 
Jenkintown Montgomtry 
Jonner's X Roads Somerse't 

Jennersville Cl)i-:?ter 

Jeuningsville Wyoming 

Jericho "Wayue 

Jersey Mills Lycom'ing 

Jersey Shore •' 

Jerseytown Columbia 

Joanna Furnace Berks 

Johnstown Cambria 

JoUvtown Greene 
Jones' Mills Westmoreland 

Jonestown Lebanon 

Juniata Perry 

Kahle's Clarion 

Kantz Snvder 

Karthous Clearfield 

Keating Clint. ii 

K'oeper's Store I'r imI in 

Eeelcniburg W \ in 

Keeneyvillo I 

Keiservillc 'W^ i. n 

Kellernvillo 'Monru,- 

Kelleysville Delaware 

Kemhlesville Chester 

Kendall Beaver 

Kendall Creek M<Ke»n 
Kcnnatt'sS.j 



Kingsleys Crawford 

Kingsessiug Philadelphia 

Kingston Luzerne 

Kingsville Clariou 

Kingwood Sonier-ei 

Kintner.^ville B icks 

Kinzers Lanrn-tL-r 

Kinzua W.irren 

K:rl.y Grene 

K rl.Vville Burks 

Kirk's JIiUs Lancaster 
Kirk wood 

Kishacoquillaa Mifflin 

Kiskiminitas Armstrong 
Kittiining 

Klicknersville Northampton 
Kliii '^iGioveNorthumberlanJ 

K' ii.sville Berks 

Kl u^rstown Schuvlkill 



Clarion 

Jeflerson 

Tioga 



i>o.«« Office. 


f 


,ii„l;i. 


P., St Office. 


Countl 


Leverington 
Le«isberrv 
Lewisbnrg- 

Lewisv'iuc 


Phil 


delld,;.. 
Mju! 1 


McLaughlin's Stqr 

?I.-Veytnwu 

Vi Wi'll-r.mstown 


stmorel 

M; 

Ch, 

B.ad 








-1 .iL-uu:z:e 


Le 



Kreidersville Northampton 

Kresgeville Jlonroe 

Kulpsville Montgomery 

Kunkletown Monro. 

Kutztown Berks 
Kutzville 

Kylerstown Clearfield 

Laceyville Wyoming 

Lackawanna lluzerne 

Laekawaxen Pike 

Laddsburg Brad'ord 

Lafayette .McKeau 

La Grange \V30ming 

Lahaska Bucks 

Lairdsville Lycoming 

Lake Luzerne 

Lamar Clinton 

Lamartine Clarion 

Lampeter Lancaster 

Landingsville Schylkill 

Landishurg Perry 

Landis' Store Berks 

Landis Valley Lancaster 

Lanesboro' Susquehannah 

Landisville Lancaster 

Landsdale Montgomery 

Laporte Sullivan 

Larnner's Station 

Westmoreland 
Larry's Creek Lycoming 

Lathrop Susquehannah 

Lathrop's Lake 
Latrobe Westmoreland 

Laubach Northampton 

Laughlintown Westmoreland 
Laurclton Union 

Laurelville Westmoreland 
Lavansville Somerset 

Lawrenceburg Armstrong 

Lawrcnceville Tioga 

Laury's Station Lehigh 

Lawsonham Clarion 

Lazaretto Station Dela^yare 
LawsviUe Center 

Susquthannah 
Leacock Lancaster 

l^eaman Place " 

Leasureville Butler 

Leatherwood Clarion 

Lebanon Lebanon 

Leb(cuf Krie 

[,,.,.,.,u..'s Milts Clearfield 

I. - ti 'u-ville Montg, mery 
1, i ■ 1> elu Wayne 



I. inrtr Mercer 

Lee's XRonda Cumberland 

iLeosport Berks 

L.ehigh Gap Carbon 
Leighton 

Lehigh Valley T,.-1,i_-b 



Kensington 



Philadelph 
Indiai 



Le 



Kepnorsvillo Schuylkill 

Kerr'K Station Wajlii'ngton 

Korr'9 Store Clarion 

Kerrsvillo Cumberland 

Kersey's KIk 

•'ust'ler's Northampton 

Kettle Creek Potter 

Kilgoro Venango 

Kimberton Chester 

King of Prussia Montgomery 



I '"•!': 



Lima 


D.lau 


,, 


;.',[. ,'.,- 


lud 


Lime Hill 


Biv.: 




; ■. ('r.-t'k 


B, 


Lime Ki.ige 


Co!u-.,. 






T 


Lnner.ck 


JIon.,-0..; 






C'.lui 


Limerick Brid^ 






■iA 11:11 


Dam 


Limestone 


M-asbi.iL 




i .'aw 1, V 


It 


LimestoneviUe 
Linden 


M.i.t 
Lycoir 


,/ 


; ■; ,,,"';i'r 


F!,iia.;el 
■5 


Lindly-s Mills 


Washii.- 




"■ . ' ;"■ II. 


Liuci 


Line Lexington 


Mout.u.u 






Bci 


Line Mills 


Craw 






Lauel 


Line Mountain 






' ' " r il.il'! 


Wotni.-.nj 


N 


orthuml. rl 






H ntin) 


Lineville 


Cial 




\' lor Station 


We-;m..re 


Linglestown 


I) ul p 




>l .asfiel'l' 


I 


Linwoud Static 


Dlaw 




>;.,.le Furnace 


Bt 


Lionville 


Cu-,- 


t - 




Veil 


Lisburn 


Cumlei; 




■ '1 ■ K'i'iL-e 


T 


Litchfield 
Litiz 


i;r.:l 
L..n. ' 




: 1 t'Mi Di.-po 


Hr.uiflii 


Little Britain 


L nil 






In.l 


Little Cooley 


Cr..- 




:• .v.;ci'.lua Fur 




Little Gap 


Cr 




> . viLtia 


I jiie 


Little Marsh- 


Ti 


)..• . 


'^' U'inu 


Fran 


Little Meadows 


Susqutllu.L 


:i! 


;i:.,rlonyille 


F( 


Little.-i'iwu 


A ;. 


11: 


^i.irkclsville 


P 


Liveimore 


Wostm.M.l 




V.'.rlboTO' 


C!i. 


Livel 1 1 


P 




;;..rpie 


Dla 


Llew'.llyn 


Scl.i.yi' 






L.r.vr 


Loag 


Car- 


t 'J ■ 


:\lirron 


Ci :.r 


Lobachsville 


]!■■ 




.1 T-h 




Lockhaven 


ri;, 




.'' ,;-hl"ll 


'r 


Locke's Mills 


M 1 


! 


.i-.l".ir,- Cor 


lers Cia;y 


Lockport Static 


Westm.r.l 




■JI r.!",i:'sCreL 


k Moi 


Locust Hill 


Wa.i.iii 




'.' r- . :. \ ''le 


Lanca 


Locust Valley 


Tv! 


1 


11 ,|. ,, ■ ..^LT 


1 


Logan Mills 


Ciiii 




\! .',■:,■- Creek 


Nortliam 


Logan yille 


\" 




M..I • :i- . ilic 


L uici 


London 


M.. 




\' . r V :ii 


Lawr 


Londonderry 


Cii ■.- 




M . ,'[ ■ 'VU 


Fa3 


London Glove 






M 1-- , . 1 ,11-" 


" "i 


Long Run 


Arm-ti 




M - I ; > ' " 


Long Swamp 


1! ■ 




M i: ;-"Uville 


Lanci 


Long Valley 


MmII 








Lord's Valley 


r 




M'i.'i"i''.'v''ri'3 


Cll 


Loretto 


C i.it 




M..i,. 1, Chi.uk 


Ca 


Lotisyille 


Wa: 


'11 


M.ixata'.vuey 


Ml 


Loudo 


Fraiih 




Miv 




Lovelton 


Wvom 


ng 


MavsviUe 


' Mo 


Lower Bern 


]!,■ 


•ir- 


M.'.V;rMvn 




Lower Chauceford Y 




U". .'.. r,p_ 


HuVi'-in 


Lower Mahatango Schuv 11 






Ciaw 


Lower Meriou 


Slontgcn. 








Lower Sancon 


Northanip 




■"iirg 


Cumber 


Lowhill 


Lch 




M " il i:, '■.,■ Gro 


ve Lanei 


Loyalsock 


Lvc.m 


ul: 


M c-baiiicsville 


R 


Lueesco 


Westuiorel: 


nil 


Media 


Dels 


LueindaFurna 


e Clar 


on 


Mehoopany 




Lumber City 


Clearfj 


'III 


Menallen 


A 


LumberviUe 


Bu 


ks 


Mendon 


Westmora 


Lnndy-s Lane 


F 




Menno 


SI 


Luthersburg 


CI earn 


■Id 


Mercer 


M( 


Lykons 


Daup 


lin 


Mercer>liurg 


Frai 


Lyles 


Lanoa> 




MrritstowH 


b!^ 




Pot 


[•■r 


Merrvnll 


Lvnu 


Susquehaui 


ab 


M.rfitown 


I 


LVnuville 


Leb 


gh 


Merwinsburg 


Mo 


LVom Valley 






Meshanu'.n 


C« 




B 


rks 


M.shoppin 


A\v..l 


.M^'AlUs'tervilK 


Jun. 


'a 


Moxieo 




MeAl.■v^•^ K..r 




"11 


^fever's Mills 


Soul 


MeCall's Terry 
MoCnlmont 


V 

Veil,, 


-k 


Mid.la-lis 

Mi'l'.li Imr'T 


Xortliam 
Si 


MeCandless 


lim 




MnMl. 1 III-.- Center ' W 


McClanev 


Be, 


, 


Miii.i- l-r""k 


1M 


MeClellai.dtown Fa^ 




M"l :1' Liiiieaster ^ 


■Mrr.nii-lNbur 


Ful 


"11 


Mi,l'tl.'|i'Vl 


Schafl 


y r iluow 


Hunting. 


"11 


Mi. 1.11.' Spring 


CumhaH 




Jnni 


ta 


Middli't.>«n 


Dam 


Mi . 1 'h'sMills Juni 


t'l 


Mid.ili't.'HuCon 


ter J 


M h , Ts 


Crawl, 










Clio 




MM. \ :,M"y 


wl 


■i : :.villeN 


onhumberl 






jV 


>lriv- 11, -burg 


Schnyll, 


il 


Mlli,;,. ilK' 


Onllfl 



Lennxville 
Leonard Hollov 
Lo RavHviUe 
Le Hoy 



McKean'8 Old Stand ' ! 

I Westmoreland I 

IMoKoo's Half Falls Snvder 
iMcKecsport Alleihany 

iMcSlierrytowu Adams I 



Miles 
Miles 

Mile:, 



Philadt 



POST OFFICES PENNSYLVANIA. 



OO 



"ost OJic 


e. CouHfy. 


Post Office. 


Count!/. 


1 ord 


Pike 


Neffsvillo 


Lancaster 


'brcl Sq\iare Bucks 


Nelson 


Tioga 


1 C:eok 


Huntin-don 


Nelsonport 




ll,.,l_-,.vil 


le Mercer 


Xescopeck 


L izerue 


li au'sMiUsWestraoreUnd 


Xeshaunoek Falls 


Lawrenee 


1 r-liiii-L 


D.iupliin 


Nes.tuehouiug 


Carbon 


l.-iV, K, 


ly Armstrong 


.Vew Albany 


Bradford 


\<iTsto^y 


Perry 


-VcH-AlexandriaW 


estmoreland 


lursvilK 


Laueaster 


N^ew Bedford 


Lawrence 


1 Hall 


Clinton 


Xew Berlin 


Union 


'l.uim 


C inter 


Newberry 


Lycoming 


Ipovt 


Potter 


Newberri'town 


Uou-u 


Ctiester 


New Bethlehem 


Clarion 


Iview 


Sullivan 


New Bloomfield 


Perrv 


Iville 


Columbia 


New Bridgeville 


York 


Iwood 


Westmoreland 


New Bridgeport 


Bedford 


l^boi-o' 


\V'ai 'line; ton 


New Bri,'hton 


Beaver 


Toy 


.MiiUiii 


New Britain 


Bucks 




Xortluimberland 


New Biitfalo 


Perrv 


waulde 


Luzerne 


Newburg 


Cumlerland 


, r,>l r,, 


nt Cimliria 


New C i,tle 


Lawrence 


:i, 


Schuylkill 


New C;nterville 


Clie-iter 




IfilU Lebanon 


New Chester 


.Adam> 


- ,, ; '- 


'reek Tio-u 


Sew Columbia 


Union 


cUc'.l-i 


liUd Indiana 


New Cjlumbus 


Luzerne 


X to «■ u 


Tioga 


New Cumberland 


Cumberland 


hoatongo 


Juniata 


New Derry A> 




Im'sSto 


•0 Berks 


New Era 


Bradford 


hv<v\\U 




New Florence W 


estmoreland 


l',iH-,l 




Newfoundland 


Wavn ■ 


. ,., 1, . 


a City Washington 


New Freedom 


Yirk 


' ■ , 1 


uace Huntingdon 


New F.eeport 


Greene 


:■ ' r . .A- 1 


Bradford 


New Oalilee 


Beaver 


, ■ i \- : i 1 


Alleghany 


New Garden 


Chester 


I •r-\- 


R Tks 


New Geneva 




.. Allii 


Franldin 


New Germantowa 


' IK-rrv 


> 'i;,l r 


•s Ferrv Perrv 


N.vv Grenada 


Fultou 


>!■;- r 


■Sti: ienr.\ iiili' 


V. ,v Guillord 


Franklin 




', ni • M : : . ■,> r 


- ^> Hamburg 


fiercer 




I. ^ ■■! : 


.. II mover 


Montgomery 



urestown N'l 


ri ■, ■ 1 1 r i'i 


)rheadville 


i:!-;- 


rcUinsville 


Columbia 


redocks 


Greene 


r el and 


Lycoming 


•iantown 


Berks 


rleytown 


Perry 




Tioga 


rns Cross Roads 


Fayette 


rnsdale 


Clearfield 


•rison 




rrisville 


Bucks 


rtonviUe 


Chester 




Luzerne 


selem 


Berks 


Hit .Etna 


Berks 


lut Airy P 


ilaJelphia 



nfc; 

lint Bethel' Northampton 
n.t Campbell York 

uitCarmelNortlmmberland 
Hit Creek Forks Y'urk 

iut Hope Lancaster 

int.Iackson Lawrence 

ant Holly Sprimis 

Cumberland 
luf Joy Lancaster 

e: i.-liunon Al eirhany 

\'!." Lincaster 

.I' I'li^.isant Westmoreland 
nut Pleasant Mills Snyder 
uut Rock Cimberland 

ant Union Huntingdon 

■.int Ycrnon Chester 

■nifvnie Lancaster 

I '• /-iu Lebanon 

'■■,-, -k Liiio-ister 

ill-,' Luzern- 

uev^-""^^ u.^::;r 

neV Bottom S illiv , , 

ncy Station Lyeomiu 

uutown Washin,'t";i 

Cuiibria 

' ville Washiugton 

r ■ ilie Butl.-v 

.. ..lie Westmorelau^l 

.,,..,. rg Bradford 

erilown Lebanon 

glesvillB Monroe 

aticoke Luzerne 

I rows Pike 

wood Tioia 

lavoth Northampton 

br.isUa Venango 

ifs Lehigli 



.liirt's Northampt 

^ . Highland E 

■■ A Ho'Uaud Lancist 

N ,. Hope Bue 

N' ,■■ J rusalem P.--r 

Ne.v Kingston Camleil.u 
New Lebanon M i- 

New Lexington S . , , ■ 

New London C ' 

New Mahoning C ,' 

Newman's Mills I i 

NewMilford Sus(ii .-i , i 
New Millport CI mm 

NewM^lltowu Lau.e,: 

New Mount Pleasant -Moor 
New Oxford Adai 

Newport Per: 



Cou 



l\:tt Ojfic, 

North Towanda Bradnrd 

Northv.Ue Ere 
Nerth Washington 

Westmoreland 

North Wharton P .U. r 

North Whitehall L hi h 

Norwich M Kern 

Nottingham Cbe^tir 

bakdale Delaware 

Oakford Bu-ka 

Oak Forest Greene' 

Oak Grove Krie 

Oak Grove Furnaee 

Westmorel md 
Oak Hill Lancaster 

Oakland Armstrong 

Oakland X Roads 

Westmoreland 
Oakland Mills Juniatta 

Oaklev Susqueliannab 

Oak Shade Lancaster 

OakviUe CamberlanJ 



Pike Mills 
Pike Run 
Pike Township 
Pike Valley 
Pillow 
Pine Creek 
fine Glen 
?iue Grove 
Pino Grove Jlills 
Pino Hill 
Pine Street 
Pine Township 
Pine Valley 
Pineville 
Perry 
Pipersville 



Armstrong 

AVyomins 

Bradford 

Potter 

Washin-con 

I'.erkg 

Potter 



ArnistrouL-: Plum.ste 



Nev 



port 



New Providence Lanc.i 
New Richmond Craw- 

New Ringgold Sohuv-I 



15; 



etlie 



New Svrin-field CI 

N-w Stanton Wesfni .y 
New Texas All 

Newton Hamilton - 

Newtown '■ 

Newtown S'luaro D ' ; 
New Tripoli 1. 

New Vernon M 

Newville C.iniii. i 

New Washington CI mi 
New Wilmiugton Liw. 
Nicholson Wyn 

Nine Points L.ioe 

Nippenose Lye" 

Nittany C 

Niveu Susnn-b 

\old...stown Alb" 



Orwell l: ■ 

P-nu Sri, 

Pine Grove CI 

Rome l'.: - 

■s Mills M 

Sewickly 11, . 

Shenango Cr i > n- 

Smithfield Bi-.df.,,-.: 
Star Washington 

imberland 

Northumberland 



sburg Soh'U'lkiil 

Ol'Mi-tieM 

Potter 

le B.iek-- 

Lveomin 

u Brad -ore 



' r 1 Church- Philndelidiia 
,, ..; Valley Backs 

i'ahiM-ra Lebanon 

Paoli' Chester 

Palo Alto Bedford 

Paradise Laneastrr 

Paradise Furnace Huntiugdon 

Paradise Valley Monroe 

Paris Washington 

I'arksburg Chester 
Purkersville 

Parnassus Westmorel ind 

Parrvsville I'.irbon 

P,it:-r^ou Jeuiata 

'•.:' viou's Mills Was|,iM.c,,, 



Plymi_ 

Plymc 

Pocah 

Point Pleasant 

Polk 

Polkvillo 

Port Alleghany 



Tioga 

C-nt.-r 

Schiivlkill 

Cfenter 

\ ork 

Elk 

Armstrong 

Warren 

Backs 

Clarion 

B.icka 

Schiivlkill 

Alleuhany 

Warren 

Lnzeroe 

Cnmlierland 

Lawrence 

Lizerue 



Cambria 
Jap Center 

irove Lancaster 

lall Frankhn 

Uount Wayne 

iuu Montrom'ery 
'nity Westmoreland 
/alley Uielcs 

I'iew Juniata 

ille Montioraery 

Venango 

Venango 

Iville Rucks 

Indiana 

L.izerne 

MeetingMontgomery 

,3 Somerset 

B icks 



.•hard 



Bhi 



Porter 
Porterfie'.d 
Porter's Seidl 
PorterviUe 
Port Kennedy 
Port Matilda 
Port Perrv 
PortProviden 
Port Riehmon 
Port Royal 
Port Trjvertor 
Potter 
P..tt.-r's 'Vlills 



Venango 

Col imhia, 

McKean 

Lizerno 

SchuvlkiU 



Mod 



■ mery 



any 



AlleJl 

ice Montgon 

id Philad.lphia 

Juniata 

n Snvder 

Beaver 

i Center 

Bradford 

Northumberland 

Montgomery 

SchiiylkiH 

Huntingdon 

Diuphin 






Mc 



Pun's Creek 
P. no's Station Westm^r ' 
['•Mil's S luare Mont ; \h i . 
Peunsville Fayett'ej 

Pe'i'iea Lancaster 

P. rk iomenBridge Montgomery 



Prk' 



M' 



North 
North 
North 



I- , Mills 

P ITS Creek 1 

Petirs-llle Nor 

Phelp's Mills 
Philadelphia Phi 
Philips liurg 



Pi 


"','■"'','■'1 


Lawrence 
Wayne 
Butler • 


\[ 


r,;llo 


Montgomerr 
Washington 


Pi 


,viilfin-e 


Luzerne • 


Pi 


I h tow 11 


Chester ■ 


Pi 


laski 


Lawrenee 


p 


-■■ ^ eiile 


Jefferson. 
Lancaster 

Armnrong 






Bucka 


I 


M-i - i ille 

', 1 . 1 


L^mcaster.- 
Franklin , 
Delaware 
YorkS. 
Bedford 
Lycomins ■_ 


i; 


,1.1,-i (rip 

ilde'lih 


Crawfor* 
Luzerne 


K 


wlinsviUe 


Lancaster- 



66 



POST OFFICES PENNSYLVANIA 



Post Office. County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. County. 


Post Office. 


County, 


Raymonds Potter 


Salladaysburg 


Lycoming 


Skippack Montgomery 


Stonersville 


F..rk 


Kay's Hill Bedford 
Readug Berks 


Salona 


Clinton 


Slack Water Lancaster 


Stony Creek 


Somerse 


Salt Lick 


Clearfield 


Slate Ford Northampton 


Stony Fork 


To.g. 


Reamstown Lancaster 


Saltsburg 


Indiana 


Slate Hill York 


Stormville 


Monro 


Relier.iburg Center 


Salunga 


Lancaster 


Slate Lick Armstrong 


Stouchburg 


B.rk 


Eebiicks Northumberland 


Sand Patch Tunnel Somerset 


Slat Ridge York 


Stoughstown 


Cumber an 


Red Bank Furnace Armstrong 


Sandy Creek 


Crawford 


Slatington : ehigh 


Stouts 


Northern, i.coi 


Red Hill Montgomery 


Sandy Hill 


Perry 


Slippery Rock Butler 


Stoyeatown 


S.inieise 


Red Rock Luzerne 


Sandy Lake 


Mercer 


Sloycrsville Luzerne 


Strabane 


Wasl.;..-to 


Red Stone Fayette 


Blair 


Smicksburg In iana 


Sr as burg 


Lun -te 


Reedsville Mifflin 


Sar'dis Westmoreland 


Smiley Susquehan ah 


StrattonviUe 


C ,;-.o, 


Rehrersburg Berks 


Sarversville 


Butler 


Smithfield Fayette 


Straustown 




Reidsbiiru: Clarion 


Sartwell 


McKean 


Smitbfield Summit Bradford 


Strawbridge 


'■. .1- 


Reiglesville Bucks 


Satterfield 


Mercer 


Smithport McKean 


Street Road 


r -;e 


Reinholdsvllle Lancaster 


Sancon Valley 


Lehigh 


Smith's Ferry Beaver 


Street's Run 


Alli .i. .u 


Remington Alleghany 


Saxenburg 


Butler 


Smith's Mills Clearfield 


Striekersville 


Co. ~Le 


Reppert's y. Roads Fayette 


Saylorsburg 


Monroe 


Smith's Station York 


Strincstown 


Vorl 


Reynoldsville JeiTerson 


Scalp Level 


Cambria 


Smithville Lancaster 


Stode's Mills 


Mitflii 


Rlioadestown Columbia 


Schellsburg 


Bedford 


Smitten Indiana 


Strongstown 
Stroudsburg 


Indian 


Rice's Landing Greene 


Schnecksville 


Lehigh 


Smyrna Lancaster 


Moure 


RiceviUe Crawford 


Schoeneck 


Lancaster 


Snapp's Station Crawford 


Sugar Grove 


W rrei 


Richardsville Jeflerson 


Schoflner's Cornc. 


rs Jerterson 


Snow Shoe Center 


Sugar Lake 


Craw: or 


Richborough Bucks 


Schuylkill 


Cli-ster 


Snydertown Northumberland 


Sugar Run 


Bradfor 


Richfield Juniata 


Schuylkill Haven Schuylkill 


Snvdersville - onroe 


Sugartown 


Ch.-ste 


Richland Station Lebanon 


Schwenck's Store Montgomery 


Somerfield Somerset 


Sugar Valley 


Clintoi 


Richlandtowu Bucks 


Scotch Hill 


Clarion 


Somerset Somerset 


Sullivan 


Tiog 


Richmond Northampton 


Scotland 


Franklin 


Somerton Philadelphia 


Summer Hill 


Caml.rii 


Rich Valler Alleghany 


Scottsvillo 


Wyoming 


Sonestown Sullivan 


Summersville 


Jetlirso 


Riddle's k^'Roads Butler 


Scranton 


Luzerne 


Sonman Cambria 


Summit 


C.ii.lri 


Ridgeburv Bradford 


Scrub Grass 


Armstrong 


Sorrel Horse Montgomery 


Summit Hill 


C.ul.o 


Ridgewav Elk 


Searights 


F yette 


Soudersburg Lancaster 


Summit Mills 


S.„n .=c 


Ridleyville Delaware 


Second Fork 


Elk 


Southampton Somerset 


Summit Station 


Schi.vl .il 


Rileysville Wayne 
Rimcrsburg Clarion 
Ringgold Jefferson 
Ringtown Schuylkill 


Seiberlingsvillo 
SeidersviUe 


Lehigh 


South Auburn Susquehannah 


Sumneytown 


Mont-'o.nerj 


hiorthampton 


S nth Bend Armstrong 


Sanbury N 




Seigfried's Bridg 





South Creek Bradford 


Sunville 


°" "°Ven ing 


SeisholtsviUe 


Berks 


South Easton Northampton 


Surgeon's Hall 


All-.h,,nj 


Rising Stin Philadelphia 


SeUa's Grove 


Union 


South Eaton Wyoming 


Sus.r.ehannah 


Daulhii 


Rittersville L.-hiL'h 


Seller-s Tavern 


Bucks 


South Evansville Berks 


Susquehannah Depot 


Roariug Creek Montour 


Soneca 


Venango 


South Gibson Susquehannah 




Sus.iueh...'.al 


Robeson Berks 


Sereuo 


Columbia 


South Hermitage Lancaster 


Suters.ille 


Westm.r u 


Robisonville Bedford 


Serg.'ant 


McKean 


South Hill Bradford 


Sutton's Corners Cia . .r 


Rochester Beaver 


Service 


B aver 


South Shenango Crawford 


Swan Station 


I-ri 


Rockdale Crawford 


Setzler s Store 


Cliester 


South Sterling Wayne 


Swan's Mills 


Lau- te 


Rook Lake Wayne 


Seventy-Six 
Seven Valleys 
Sewicklyville 


B.aver 


South \\'arren Bradford 


«wartzville 




Rockland Venango 


York 


South West Warren 


Swatara 


Scl.ii 1 -il 


Rockport C.irlion 
Rock Spring Center 


Alleghany 


South Whitehall Lehigh 


Swatara Statioi 


II. oi 


Sliade Furnace 


Somerset 


Spang's Mills Blair 


Sweden 




Rocktou Clearfield 


Shade Gap 


Huntinsdon 


Spanisville Berks 


Sweet Valley 


L in 


Rockville Cliester 


Shadv Grove 


Franklin 


Si.arta Washiu.'ton 


SybertsviUe 




Rogprsville Greene 


Shaeiferstown 


Lebanon 


Spartansburg Crawford 


Svlvau 


Ki !i 


Roiirsburg Columbia 


Shamokin Northumberland 


Spersville Fulton 


Sylvauia 


lii r 


Rome Bradford 


Shamokin Dam 


Snyder 


Sjiiuneratown Bncks 


Table Rock 


.\ ..la 


Roseburg Perry 
Koscland Cambria 


Shanesville 


Berks 


Sporting Hill Laneoslei 


Taeony 


Phihli.' oi 


SbanksviUe 


Somerset 


Spraggs Greene 


Tafton 


! ' e 


Rose Point Lawrence 


Shannondale 


Clarion 


Sprankle's Mills Jefferson 


T Ibotville 


1 


Rose Tree Delaware 


Shanuonsville 


Montgomery 


Spread Eagle Chester 


Tal lev Covey 


AV. 1 


Rossland Monroe 


Sharon 


Mercer 


Spring Crawford 


Tallmansville 


\ II 


Rosston Armstrong 


Sharon Center 


Pot er 


Siiring Church Armstrong 


Tamagua 


Sil: .1 


Rossvillc York 


Sharpsburg 


Al,e...ai.y 


Sin-ni: Creek Warre,. 


Tamarac 


C'l -r 


Rost raver Westmorel.ind 


Shartlesville 


Sprin:; Dale Alle.;hanv 


T.inner's Falls 


11 


Rjth^ville Lancaster 


Shaver's Creek 


Huntingdon 


Sprin-field Bradford 


TannersviUe 


-o 


Rough and Ready Schuylkill 
Roulette Potter 


Shearer's '/• Roads 


Springfield y. Roads Erie 


Tannery 


1 


Westmoreland 


Sprin-field Furnace Bl lir 


Tarentum 


AV 


Round Hill Adams 


Shawnee 


Monroe 


Spring Forge York 


Taylorstown 


W.i^ 


Roxbury Franklin 


Shawsville 


Clearfield 


Spring Hill Bradh.r.l 


Ta'vlorsville 




Royalton Crawford 
Roger's Ford Montgomery 
RucksviUe Lehigh 


Sheakleysville 


Mercer 


Sprin- Hill Furnace Favette 


T.epleviUe 


(' 


Sheffield 


Warren 


S,,riM-' Mills Center 


Temperancevil 


e A ■ 


Shohola 


I'lU.' 


-1.1 n. II ..,se Montg merv 


Temple 
Ten Vlile 


}■ k 


Ruff Creek Greene 


Shelocta 


In. !,;>:, 


-^ 1 : i; lo Franklin 


Wa^! Ill i.ii 


RummorsHeld Creek Bradford 


Shepherdstown 


Cumber). .,i i 


~ ..1 Bu-ks 


Ten Mile Bottom \ . . ng 


Kandell-i Crawford 


Sherman's Dale 


Per.- 


-II II , 11.- Susquehannah 


Terre Hill 


l.i.i '.C 


Rupert CoIuimI.,1 


S 1 1 1 , 1 , - _' n i u 


Brad fur. 1 


S|.i-, Cr.-ek Huntingdon 


Texas 


I,. 


Ruppsville I.' 1. 1. 
Rural Ridge Alle,i:l,,u, 


^ ; . . < 1 . . n i( u V 


Luzerne 


S|. nice Mill Juniata 


'i'hompson 


SUSH.I 


-;ri,, :-:illJ 


L-.dii.i:!, 


S ,uare Corner Adams 


Thoinpsoutown 




Rural Valley Armtii:,/ 
Rush Susfiuehannali 


<:.::, I.- IJoUSe 


I'ntter 


Stil.Mown Westmoreland 


Thompsonvillc 


Wi- 


,S1,,|M"'U 


Cameron 


Standing Stone Bradford 


Tborndale Iron 


Work. 


Rush tow 11 Northumberland 


Shippeusburg 


Cumli-rland 


Slants' Store Clarion 


Thornburv 




Rushville Susiiuchannah 


Shippensville 


Clarion 


Star Warren 


Three Springs 


H li 


Russellsburg Warren 




CumbeihiMd 


Starucca ^ Wayne 


Three Tons 


Mo.. 


Russell Hill Wviin m 


<\:w\ in.lii 


Anegh:,M^ 


^'.t.. ine FrankUn 


Thurlow 


1' . :■ 


RusHcUville ('li 


- i ,1 • -1. rg 


Huntiu.x. 


- iM 111 ' Crawford 


Tidiontc 


w . ■ a 


Rutland 1 




Moo, 


- 1 Ml 1 Warren 


Tinker Run 


Westmore^al 


Ryerson's Station (;. 


;.i .l,.-i-stown 


Montgn,,,, 


1 Chester 


I'"^" - . 


„ ■'■" 


Sabbath Rest i: 


. ■> L. iviUo 


H-n,- 


. .1 . ._■ Bucks 


Tioga \ alley 


Brid o 


SabinsviUe 1 . 


. ,, 1 ^■I■ne 


I,M,i-l, 


<,..i.we,p.. Lehigh 


Tionesta 


F.l\' t 


Sacramento Schn r 


.' If: Mouiiitain 


Daup.in 


Stenihersvillo Cambria 


Tippecanoe 


SadsburyviUe fl. 
Saegerstown Cim . 
Safe Harbor Lam . 


'.nry 


Al.e^.unn 

York 

Sullivan 


Sterliut: Wavne 
Sterretania Uric 
■iterretfsdan Perry 
Stevenson's Mills Wavue 


?!{:::vi„e 

Tivoli 


l'.'« 
Cm .v,T 
L.M-ov-i 


Saint Augustine's C.no' : 


• ;i '• irj; 


VorU 


I'ol.l 


Hi.u:i.. ( 


Saint Clair Sclin ' ; 


: . 1 C-.-k 


Schuylkill 


Steuben Crawl'ord 


T .iiil.'s Kuu 


'ir:'.i 


Saint ClftirsviUo 1!..! r 


~ 1.. , l.,ke S 


usiueliaiiuab 


Steven,villo Bradford 


•f A:,nl.i 


Saint JuhuH Bradrord 


.>il v.i .Spring 


l.aue;,.,.,- 


■<•■••.. >rt Unc 


Town Hill 


L ri 


Saint .Ins ph's Suaiuehanuul. 


Sini|'<" 11'-* Store 


Wa^hin- , 


- It. in Venaiiu'o 


Town Lino 




STlintMarv's Cheater 


Sinkin-Swrini; 


H r 


- . ,, .^vn York 


Trapiio 


Mont I-' 


Saint Peter's 


Sink 11' Vall-v 


l:i 


lUe Westmoreland 


TreiMoville 


M • 


Saint Thomas Franklin 


Sinniimahoning 


Garner..- 


< liui. , Columbia 


Tremont 


Sell 


Saint Vincent '8 Westmoreland 


si|.e's .\iau 


Folto., 


S'..ek.ri..wn Northampton 


Treskow 


(" ( 


iSalem Mercur 


SiiHMville 


S -raet 


Siorkt.Mi L izcrne 


Trevnrton N 


orthunil i ij 


Salem X Roads Westmoreland 


Siv>ilin.'s 


Cr:iwr..r.l 


St..d,l,.rtsvilIo 


Trexlertown 


Lv.':. . i 


fialfordviUe Montgomery 


Six Mile Run 


Ited 'nr.l 


Stone Church Northampton 


Trout Run 




Kalisburv Laucustcr 


Skiiiner'b Kddy 


U-voming 


Stonerslown Bedford 


Tioutville 


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POST OFFICES RHODE ISLAND — SOUTH CAROLINA. 



57 



P...f Offl.ce. Connty. 


Post OJice. County. 


Post OJice. 


County. 


Pout Office. County. 


o.-v.WiUe Sny.ler 


Waynesburg Greene 
Weaver's jfill Lancaster 


Windsor 


York 


Pearce Dale Washinrton 


ov BraUPord 


Windsor Castle 


B,.rks 


P.'rrysviUe Washinrton 


V O'litor Crawford 


WeaversviUe Northampton 


VVinfidd 


Union 


1 Phenix Kent 


.n-,,ill,. Luzurne 


Weatherly Carbon 


Wittenburg 


Somerset 


Pine Hill Washington 


.•■ < ' irsvillo B.1CU3 


Webster Westmoreland 


Wintersville 


Backs 


1 Portsmouth Newport 


. ! M, Bn-ks 


Weaver's Old Stand 


Wolf Creek 


M3rcer 


Porter's Hill Washimrton 


i -.„ B..cks 


Webster's Mills Fulton 


Wolf Kun 


Lycoming 


Providence Providence 


i . , .>T,,n l!.;rU3 


Weisenburg Lehigh 


Wolf's Store 


Center 


Quonochontaug Washin'.'tou 


1, , , uinck Wyumiii? 


Weisport Carbon 


Womelsdorf 


Berks 


udniek Kent 


r il' NortUuinberLuul 


Welsh Run Franklin 


Woodbury 


Bid ford 


Ric'City Kent 
' Rockland Providence 


, , \-...t Som-rs^ 


Wellersburg Somerset 


Woodcock 


Cra.vfor.l 


i- ."i-rk Poaer 


VVelliversville Columbia 


Woodland 


Clearfield 


Rockville Washington 


,11.. Crau-:ord 


Wellsboro- .Tioga 


Woodrow 


Was lington 


Rocky Brook Washington 


1 ;', -k Alli.-jliaiiy 


Wells' Corners Krie 


Woodsiilc 


.S.ihuvlkill 


iShamVock Mills Washington 


Scln,yl;<iil 


Wells' Tannery Fulton 


Woodville 


All.-,'hany 


^laterville Providence 


- i ,,.riis Adams 


Wellsville York 


Woodward 


C.-ut..r 


Stoeumville Washington 


■ Clearti.;kl 


Wernersville Berks 


Worcester 


Montg..m,.rv 


South Foster Providence 


1 ^ n-i Clarion 


Wescosville Lehigh 


Worth 


Mreir 


South Portsmouth Newport 


1 . -i-t Moutsomary 


Wesley Venango 


Worthington 


Arinslrou'; 


South Scituate Providence 


1 r.vme Clinton 


Wesleyville Erie 


Wrightstown 


Bucks 


Summit K.;nt 


ro K, Blair 


West Alexander Washington 


WrightsviUe 


York 


Tiverton Newport 


^r^r^"^^ ^^^^l: 


West Auburn Susquehanuah 


Wurtemburg 


Lawrence 


Tiverton FourCornersNewj.or* 


West Barre Huntingdon 


Wyalusing 


Bradford 


Tower Hill Washington 


1 a--iville Northampton 


WestBrownsville Washington 


Wyoming 


Luzerne 


Us'iuepaugh Washintton 


SOT Bradlord 


West Burlington Bradford 


Wvsox 


Bradford 


Valley Palls Providence 


ysiM Potior 


Westchester Westchester 


Xenia 


York 


Wakefield Wash inc ton 


ysies Canter 


West IJublin FiiUon 


Yardlevville 


Bucks 


Warren Bri ,tol 


li^ead's Berks 


West Earl Lancaster 


Yellow" Creek 


Bedford 


Warwick Kent 


ion ■!; 


West Elizabeth Alleghany 


Yellow Spring 


Blair 


Warwick Neck K.;nt 


ionCjrner Northumberland 


West End Bedford 


Yoeumtown 


York 


Westerley Washington 


ion Dale Susqueha.uiali 


West Fairfield Westmoreland 


Yohoganv 


Westmoreland 


West Gloucester Provid.nce 


ion Deposit Daaphin 


West Fairview Cumberland 


Youu.; Womanstown Clinton 


West Greenwich Center Kent 


ioo Fori;e Lebanon 


Westfall Pike 


York 


York 


Wickford Washington 


i..o Mills Erie 


Westtield Tioga 


York Furnace 




Woodville Washington 


: ' 1 - I'lare Monts!;omery 


West Finley Washington 


York Sulphur S 


prings Adams 


Woonsocket Falls Providence 


; i .All Fayette 


West Franklin Bradford 


Youn-'stown 


Westmoreland 


Wyoming Washington 


i i.:lla Chester 
ity Crawford 
uyviUe Lycoming 
1- r niack Eddy Bucks 
Pi-Dirliy Delasvare 


West Freedom Clarion 
West Greenville Mercer 
West Greenwood Crawford 


Youngsville 
Zelienople 


Warren 
B. Itler 
Center 






West Grove Chester 
West Hanover Dauphin 


z'i-jglersville 
Zollersville 


Montgomery 
Washington 


Soiitli Carollaa. 


1' - !> iMin Montgomery 


West Haverford Delaware 
West Lebanon Lidiana 








■' .1.1 tango Schoylkill 






PostO,3Jce. County. 


• , 1 ileton Fayette 

: ' i;iair Alleghany 

..-.rasbarg Franklin 


West Manchester Alleghany 
West Manheim York 
VYest Middlesex; Mercer 


Riioile Maiiil. 


Abbeville C. H. Abbeville 
Adam's Run Colleton 


.v.lle Siisquehannah 


West -Aliddletown Washington 






Aiken Barnwell 


t.o Franklin 


WestNanticoke Luzerne 


Post Ogice. 


Coualy. 


Abgood Spartanburg 


■■liind ClV'.-tor 


West N wtoa Westmoreland 






.Allen Bridge Marion 


all Inliona 


West Penn Schuylkill 
West Pike Potter 


AdamsviUe 


Ni-wport 


.Allison Creek York 


en 1 B itler 


Alliion 


Providence 


Alpha Abbeville 


ca Venan-'o 


Westport Clinton 


Allenton 


Washin.non 


Alston Fairfield 


1 ■!' Forgo Chester 


West Salem M.;rcer 


Arcadia 


Washington 


Anderson C. H. Anderson 


1 R iren \Vashin.,n.on 


West Sheffield Warren 


.4.shawav 


Washington 


And..rson's Mills Pickens 


n Cimp Columbia 


West Spring Creek 


Barrii.gton 


.tristol 


Andersonville Andei-son 


n 1 lio Crawford 


West Springfield Erie 
West Vincent Ch.ester 


Bliss Four Corners Newpoft 


Antioch York 


r Cruz Lehigh 


Bristol 


Bristol 


Arnold's Mills Pickens 


r..m WyomiSi 


West Warren Bradford 


B.irrillville 


Providence 


Arrowwood Spartanburg 


r.i.i Westmoreland 


WestWhitelana Chester 


Carolina Mills 


Washington 


.Ashapoo Ferry Colleton 


■ . Gre.Mi Delawar.. 


West Windham Bradford 


Cinterdale 


]>rovidence 


Ashmore's Store Grennville 


1 ;it Chest ■!■ 


Wexford Alleghany 


C-nterville 


Kent 


Bichelor's Retreat Pickens 


1 .u\ ^tiUa Hnutinj.loii 


Wharton Potter 


Charlestown 


Washington 


Bamberg Bvr-iwell 


isville B.rks 


Wheatland Mills Lancaster 


Chepachet 


Provi,h-nc" 


Barleywood Spartanburg 
Barnwell '^ H. BarnM-ell 


ii.ville Lancaster 


White Ash Alleghany 


Coventry 


Kent 


or La«'r..-nc-e 


White Cottage Greene 


C imberlano Hil 


Providence 


Batesville Spartanburg 


io .nvn Chester 


White's Corners Potter 


D.ivisville 


Washington 


Beach Branch Beaufort 


■ ii Id Lancaster 


White Deer Lycoming 


Diamond Hill 


Providence 


Beaufort C. H. Beaufort 


C-ntir 


White D'er Mills Union 


Dorrville 


Washinrton 


n./avr Pond Lexington 


Iker's Mills Alleghany 


U'hite Hall Montour 


East Greenwich 


K..iit 


R.ekainsville Che'ster 


llica Chester 


White Hall Station Lehigh 


E^coheag 


K.iit 


I! .(I'll Island Edgefield 


lUeevillo Venango 


Whiteh.iUv.llc Bucks 


Bxeler 


Washingtni 


Bee Tree Kershaw 


lliville Lazerne 


White Haven Luzerne 


Fiskeville 


Providence 


Belair Lancaster 


In It Juniata 


White House Cumberland 


Fost.r 


Providence 


Bell's Store Fairfild 


In ', Bottom Cumberland 


Whiteley Gre>^ne 
White Marsh Montgomery 


Foster Center 


Providence 


B Imont Newbarry 


Its' Mills Westmoreland 


G orgiaviUe 


Providence 


B-dton And.rson 


pnilhipen Luzerne 


White Mills Wavne 


Greene 


Kent 


Bennettsville Marlborough 


r .: I.I. org Filton 


White Oaks Lancas'ter 


Greenville 


Providence 


Beth Eden Newberry 


B.cks 


White Pine Lyc.min.i; 


Hirmony 


Providence 


Bethlehem Sumter 


■ i,o.,'3 P.Try 


White Springs Union 


Hopkinton 


Wasi.in.'ton 


Big Creek Edgefield 


11' II. Warren 


White's Tannery Monroe 


Jamestown 


Xewp.rt 


Bsliopville Sumter 


■liter Bradford 


Whitestown B itler 


Kingstm 


Washin:.., 


H viii/.viUo Spartanburg 




Wicon.sca D.uoh u 


Knightiville 


Provi.l 1,.. 


111 1. k "ik Charleston 


'i'l ■ Lycoming 


Wilcox E k 


Lalayette 


Wasliiii. ...1 


l;' i.li irv.-r Sumter 


'■:^.■rn -Ch^t.^r 


Wilkesbarre Lu/...rui- 


1,1 me Rock 


Pro.i.l ... 


I.I ,..\ .11.. Barnwell 


R loks 


W.lkins All.-liany 


Little Compton 


\..» .. ... 


r. , .....|1.. York 


.. ^lll■k II iiitiii;!..., 


Wlkinsburg 


L.ins.l.ae 


Provi.l. • 


1-. >^ Roads Horry 




\\- lilt India .a 


.Manton 


Pro.i 


i: !l 1... Cdleton 


•II W'.i 1 1,1 '. .11 


WMlliamshurg Blair 


Man V ille 


Pr.M'. ' 


'■■ iii.iin Liurens 


.11! ill .ille -M .iiMii,. 


'.V iliams' Grove Clearlield 


M.tplev lie 


Pr.d!. 


l;- .. 1 B--aufort 


•or G ire Beaver 


WiUiamsport Lycoming 


.Mount Vernon 


Provpl .1.- ■ 


11. In: Spring Spartanburg 


cer ord IJrie 


William. viUe Elk 


Mohegan 




li.il.Mix Abbeville 


terloo Juniatu 


Williston Poter 


.Xarra-'ansett 


Washiiij. .1, 


l; . 1 If, Lund P-ckens 


... ...Mills Ch.st.,r 


Willislown Inn Chester 


Vatiek 




l:.Alii,,.v,llo Union 


1 - 1 .,.t Huntingdon 


Willow Grove M<int.,.ii, .|-., 


V,i.,,i;i Point 


Ui^ '■ 


•; 1 .... Y.irk 


Lycoming 


Willow Street L.iii.. i 


\ All 1 |. t. 


N,..v . 


1 ' Springs S nn'er 


, All X.irthumlierlan.l 


Willow Tree Li 


\. A Shoreman 


N..A •: 


. '. M.lnd Pickens 


, .11 s Ferry Clarion 


Willmore (!ii.,Kiii 


\ ... ii.ik Hill 


1-. 


. , ille Orang.-lurg 


L.l, ..- Eri. 


Wilsonia Hiintiii-a.,,,i 


N'.Hth .Soitnato 


Provi.l. 


■LairenS 


vjrly Luzerne 


Wilson's Mills Vvii u;. 1 


)lneyvillo 


Provi.l. 1 


;. . II Snnter 


^^r "^ffi! 


Wind Gap Nort'.ampt,.., 


Pascoag 


Pr.Ki... 


..ill.. Marlboro ..gh 


Winlham Bradior.l 


P.iwtucket 


Provi.. , 


,Neck MariTn 


rnesboro* Franklin 


Wind Ridge Greenol 


Pawtaxet 


K UL 


!i .All's Fairfield 



58 



POST OFFICES SOUTH CAROLINA. 



Pust Office 
rSroxton's B: 



Cou 



Horry 



ge Colleton 

Jiriishv Jreek And.n-son 

Buohuium Audi.rsoa 

BuckCruck SiMrt:uibarg 

Backhead Fairtield 

Buckhead Causej' ColUaon 

Bjc-k Swamp JIarion 
Backsville 
Baeiui Vista 

Biifoi-d's Bridge Barnwell 

.Bug Swamp H .rrv 

Bullock Creek York 

Bull Swamp Orangeburg 

B.irut Faetory SparcaubHrl 

Batler Lai.easter 

B.itl^rsville Anderson 

C.>ia Creek Pickens 

Ca.ro KdgeHeld 

Calhoun AudiTSun 

Calbuiin's Hills Abbeville 

Calk's Ferry L.iXiiu'Lou 

Camden " IC-Tsbaw 

Cameron ville Spartaubun: 

Camp(;r>..nd P ekcn, 

Gampobella Spartaubur- 
Cui.p Ridge AVilluuuslniri 

Gaiiuoii's Storo Siuu-ta.il.mi 
Oarmel Hill 
CartersviUe 

Cashville Sparraul 

Catarrb Ciiest.rl 

Cacfi.h Mai 
C.uia's OklFieldsSparUu,' 

Cedar lUu If (i 

Ged.ir Falls Gre,-,i 

Cedar IMI Siiari.,,.! 

Cedar Siioal CI, 

Jeilar Springs Spartan! 

CeiKi.'ville Laai 
"IluippeU's Bridge Xewin 

C!iarb-^:on Charle 

<';i.rnbve P.rl. 



Che, 



Post Office. 
Earlesville 



County, 



Spartaubur:^ 

f.astaioe Pickens 

Ebenezerville York 

Ecliaw Charleston 

Eda's Grove Marion 

Eden Laurens 

Edisto Mand Colleton 

Kdisto Mills Edgefield 

EUingham Station Marion 

Eighteen Miles Piekrns 

KImville C.lletnn 

Elton Edgefield 
Enoree Spartanburg 

Kqualitv Anderson 

Krwingt'on Barnwell 

Fair Forest Union 

Fair Play Pickens 



Feastevville 
Fiuger^villo 
Five Forks 
Five Mile 
Flat Rock 
^lat Shoals 
Flint Ridge 
Plorenee 
Floydsville 
Forestville 
Fort Mill 
Fort Mottee 
Fort Prince 



Fairfield 

Spartanburg 

Anderson 

Pickens 
Kershaw 

Pickens 



York 

Orangebur; 

Siiartanbur; 

Greenvilh 

Barnwel 

Pickciv 

Abbevilh 

Marioi 

Clarendoi 

Edgetieh 

Clar-ndo 

K^chlan. 

Abbevilb 



"' Heights Ablh 

- Iron Works 

C. H. Ch 

■HeldC. H. Chest., 

! Springs Greei 

ont P,, 

F.n-k 



irs Mills 
spring 



Cokesbury 
Cold Sprinp 
Cold Water 
Cold Wei; 



Marlborough 
Abbeviilt. 
Kdgefield 



Cd-in.urs y^ Roads Edge 

(>'l .lid's Fork Pie 

C.l'.nubia Rieb 

(j .iiM av's Borough II 

C.r.iw.ill's Turnout Cli 



George t 

Fdg..- 

Bridge M:i 

Green 



(;h_iii.'.- Springs Spartanbun 

Glvmpv.IIe Newberr, 

Golden (Jrove Greenvill". 

G.ddeu Springs Ander-ioi 

Goshen Hill Uuioi 

Gowansville Greenvill, 

Gowdeyville Unioi 
Graham's Tarnout Barnwel 



Be 



ifor 



Edgefield 
Spartanburg 
Barnwell 
Beaufort 
Barn 



IGiiIIy Darlin-to 

1 G-um' S warn p Mario 

Gunler's Store Lexingto 

Outhri.-^viUo Vov 

'l!.,.Mi-. 11-. Chnrlesto 

!l ; V..M', Chesti 

n Edg,..field 



Albeville 
AbbevilK 
DarlingtoL 



_'i.,nC. H. 


Darlio. . 




Spananbnrs 


lol Hall 


Abbv ,li 


II , .1 I In.vo 


Y..,.-i 


od Neck 


11 .:; . 


111. .1 , 11 'Md 


Laiu-a.i 1 




R;ei,' ,, : 




GreenMll 


Nville 


Al.b..> ,,, 


' _ 1 .':. 1 I'lome 


L.liir 1 


G.dd Mines 




il, ■,!,>,;,, 


Gre..inilb 


. MilU 


I'Mgelield 


Ilol.bvswllo 


SpiirMMbur. 


■ I'.ranehes 


Anderson 


llo.lges 
llok.ivill.' 


A..li..vil|.. 
(ir.oiiviU, 


s Mills 


Lexington 


ILdland'sSt..!, 


Aiid.jr-oi 


,11, ville 


l-nion 


Hollow Creek 


LoXUl«tOi. 


reek 


Lancaster 


Holly Si.rings 


Pickens 




(i.eenvill,- 


Honey Path 


An.lerson 




Ii:inea<ter 


Hope Station 


Lexin.'ton 


'•.raiirh 


liir.iw.ll 


n.ipewell 


Yorl' 


. .1 (%irnrr 


Abb.. V, 11.. 


Hopkins' Tiirnon 


_ Ri.-bl„nd 


',',"" 


Il:iniH..|l 

Gn-envilK. 


IIonislor.Mi..h 
H.irse Cre,-k 


Gr..e„vill'. 


■'miIU 


I.;d^elicld 


Uur.o Uall 


Ueaulort 



Post Offic 



County. 



Horse Shoe 
Huntersvill 
Hnntinirton 



Pickens 
Greenville 

Laurens 
Hurricane Spartanburg 

Indian Creek New b ;rry 

Indian Town Williamsburg 
Ivv Island Ed^refield 

.Ja"cksonbnro' Depot Colleton 
Jackson Creek Fairfield 

.lacksonham Lancaster 

Jackson Hill Spartanbui-g 

Jalappa Newberry 

Jamison Orangeburg 

Jefl'ers'on Chesterfield 

Jeffrey's Creek Marifli 

John,-on Barnwell 

Johnson ville Williamsburg 
Jolly Street Newberry 

Jonesville Union 

Jordan's Mills Orangeburg 

Kaolin Edgefield 

Kelton union 

Kinnard's Turnout Newberry 
King Creek Barnv.eil 

Kingstree 'Williamsburt: 

Kirksey'st-; Roads Edgefield 
Kitching's MilU Orangeburg 
Lancaster C. H. L; 

Landsford Chester 

Laurens C. H. Laurens 

Lawtonville B aiifort 

Leavenworth Darlington 

LeesviUe Lexington 

Leunde'sFerrv Williamsbuig 
Lovel Land ' Abbeville 

Lewisville ' hester 

L.-xiugton C. U. Lexington 
'"' tyHall 



Liht 



Lime Creek 

Lisbon 

Little Mountain 

Little River 

Little Rook 

Locust Hill 

Long Rranch 

Long Cane 

Long Creek 

Long Hollow 

Longm ire's Store 

Long Pond 

Long Run 

Longstreet 

Lotts 

Lo ver Three Runs 

Lowrysvillc 

Lowndesville 

Lvlesford 

Lydia 



MeConnelNviU 
Mclnnis Bridge 
McQueen 
Ma.ieheUer 
Manning 
Ma pie ton 
Marengo 
Marietta 
Marion C. H. 



Ker 



Dill ... ..,, 

.N.wbciry 

Horry 

Marion 

Anderson 

Beaufort 

Abbeville 

Pickens 

Lexington 

Edgefield 

Newberry 

Fairfield 

Lancaster 

Edgefield 

Barnwell 

Chester 

Abbeville 

P.iirfield 

n.irli„ur(„„ 



Post Office. 


Cou, 


/. 


Mountain Creek 


And 


rson 


Mountain Ridge 


Spartan 


burg 


Mountain Shoals 






Mountain View 


Abbt 


ville 


Mount Bethel 


New 


.,rry 


jrount Carmel 


Abb, 


ville 


Mount Croihan 


Chenerlield 


Mount Gallaher 


La 


reus 


Mount Jov 


I 




Mount Lebanon 


Spartan 


burg 


Mount Pleasant 


La 


irena 


Mount Tabor 


I 




Mountville 


La 


irens 


Mount Willing 


Edg 


•field 


Mullin's Depot 


M 




Murray's Ferrv 


William 


biir» 


Mush Creek ' 


Gr..,,i 


ville 


Natural Grove 


\ViIliui,i 


burg 


Newberry C. U. 


New 




New Center 




Y,u-k 


Newall 


An.l 




New House 




V.'rk 


New Market 


Sparta. 


° 


New Prospect 






New Zion 


Cl.r. 


u.len 


Nine Times 


r 


k.na 


Ninety Six 


Abb 


.^Il« 


North Creek 


La 


inns 


North Santee 


Charl 


ston 


Oak Grove 






Oakland 


E,l_' 


tildd 


Oak Lawn 


Gr.... 


ville 


Oakton 


M 


;rion 


OakviHe 


Lexi 


ngtoi 


Oak Wav 


PicUenI 


Oconee Station 




" 1 


Oil Camp 


Gree 


,ill» 


Old Store 


Ch.-- 


:-.ld 


Orangeburg C. IT 


. Oru.- 


ru 


Orrv He 




n 


Paeolett Depot 


Sp.ir' 


r_- 


r... .d.'tt Mills 




u 


P. .btt Springs 


SlMr^ 




i'. I^ville 




r 


I'ark's Creek 


A'. ■ 


IIl- 


Parnassus 


M-.rl' 




Peedee 




11 


Pendleton 




1 


Perry's y. Roads 


i: 


M 


Philadelphia 


D.n 


.11 


Phoenix 


!■; 


1.1 


Pickens C. H. 


r 




Pickensvillo 


r 


•■'IS 


Piercetown 






Pine Tree 


C'-;-' 


.1.1 


Pineville 


c:...i 


■• .11 


Plain 




'Is 


Plantersvillo 


Will".. 




Pleasant Grove 


i; r 




Pleasant Hill 


I, 




Pbasant Lane 


l. 




I'b.i.ant Mound 


1. 


. 


n a >ant Spring 


I.. . 


u 


i'. ,..,at Valley 


Gi- 


; ''ij 


r'.'.u\len's Mills 




! . . r 


P..cotali20 


I; 


rt 


P..maria 


N 




Poolsville 


Sp:,. 




Poverty Hill 




1 i 



Mar- lilulf 






q i,...nsboroiigh 


.1 .11 


M.irtin's Cn 


■k 


Pickens 


Red Hill 


K 


M,ir;ii,'-ll..i 


,it 


l,allv„s 


Uecdv Crc'k 


'i .11 


Mirtin-vilb. 




Spartinbnrg 


Rchobolh 


;.i 


Maxwell's Mills 


Pickens 


Reidiville 


^'"'l ' I'ns 


Maybinton 




Newb.rry 


R-vnosa 




Ma.sy.ll.. 




S.imler 


Ribhardsonville 


I' . hi 


M an., Mil.. 






Rich Hill X Roads 1 r 


M . ;,■,!, -.-v i 


': 


Simter 

V..rk 

Edgefield 

Aiillerson 


Ridge 

R dgevillu 

IJi.lgoway 

Uish's Store 


\ ■ 1.1 

1 M 


\l ■',,..;■, I'.i 


idgO 


Bainwell 


Koadville 


(' 


.M.rntt.,wlle 




Green yille 


Ivobertsville 




M.lwav 




Barnwell 


Uoek Hill 




.Mil...ni 




Gr en Mile 


Rook Mills 


\ 


MiHairg 






R.iekv.lle 


) 1 


MMlersville 




Barnwel 


Rocky Mount 


F.nrlM.I 


MiUvillo 




Spartanburg 


UockV Kiilgo 


AnderiO 


Mi Una 




La irens 


Itoekv Well 


Loxiiigto 


Mims 




B.nr.i 11 


n../ers' Bridge 


Spuria nle, 


Mine Creed 




!'.! i. M 


i; ..-ville 


Cii.'st* 


M.,llVtt.svilU 






1- ,i.,,di' Brid'.'o 


Colb to 


.M..i,i,.r,'v 




\ 1' 


i: i .ll's IMiveo 


K.T.l.a' 


&:;i;;* 




1 . . . ..1 -...l.ll-r's Creek 


Ander.0l 




Spauanb,,., 


.M. George's 


Coll., to 



POST OFFICES TENNESSEE. 



59 



P<tt Office. 

•St. Matthew's 
Salem 
Saltkoteher Br 



Sa.itl Hill 

Sanely Flat 

Sandy Grove 

Sandy Run 

Saatuck 

Sawyer's Mills 

Scuttletowu 

Selkirk 

Seneca 

Shallowford 

Sharon Valley 

Shelton 

Sliiloh 

Sliop Srrinc; 



County. 



dge Colleton 

Pickens 

Newberry 

Chester 

Abbeville 

Beaufort 

Greenv 

W-illiamsl 

Lexin^iton 
Uni,M 

Mar i 01 
Andersoi 



Sur 



Sinim 


rviUe 


Sumtc 


r 


Siunu 


Dale 




ey's Ferry 
Mountain 


Tabl. 


Tiivln. 




Taylor 


's Creek 
ranee Hill 


nvm,. 


■ of Health 


Til-.M 


-• X Roads 


1 


-'■n's Creek 




. I'-.rry 



Newberry 
Anderson 
Beaufort 
Barnw 
Lain-. 
Un 
Williamshi 

Edgefield 
Union 

York 
SpartanbiU's 
t Y ^ 

Abbev 
Pick 
Darling 
Spartanb 

Barnv 
Laur 
Bariiv 

Sumter 
Lexi..gton 
Anderson 
Beaufort 
Greenville 
LanoMstir 
Darlington 
Auderoon 
Fairfield 
Charleston 
Sumter 
I'ickens 
Abbeville 
Pickens 
Sumter 
York 
Marion 
Abbeville 
Darlington 
Spartanburg 
Kershaw- 
Union 
Darlington 



veil 



TownsviUe 

Toxaway 

Tucker's Pond 

Tumbling Shoals 

Tunnel] fiill 

Twelve- Wile 

Twenty-Six 

Tylersville 

Unionville 

Valley Falls 

Vance's Ferry 

Varennes 

V.rnonsville 

Walhalla 

"Walker's 

Wallace 

Walterborough 

Walton 

Warrentou 

Warsaw 

Waterloo 

Wateree 

Webster's Store 

Well Ridcre 

West Creek 

".'.' .: ■, Spring 

'\ Swamp 



White Horse 
White Plains 
White Pond 
White Sand 



Anderson 

I'ickens 

Edgefield 

Laurens 

Pickens 

Pickens 

Anderson 

Laurens 

Union 

Spartanburg 

Orangeburg 

Anderson 

Oranceburg 

Pickens 

Colleton 

Chester 

Colleton 

Newberrv 

Abbeyvill'o 

Pickens 

Laurens 

Richland 

Spartanburg 

Chester 

Edgefield 

Union 

Piok.ns 

Beaufort 

Orangeburg 

PickenI 

Greenville 

Chesterlield 

Barnwell 

Orcenvills 



WildCu 

William 

Willi 

Willington 

W llistou 

Willow Creek 

Willow Swam 

Wilson's Creel 

Windsor 

Winnsboro' 

Woodlawu 

W.,odrntfs 

Wood Shop 

Woodward 

Wright's Biufl 



Vonguusville 
Yorkville 
Young's Store 



County. 

Newberry 

Ai beville 

Lancaster 

I Lexington 

Anderson 

Abbeville 

Barnwell 

Marion 

Orange burn 

Abbevill.: 

Barnwell 

Fairfield 



\id 



Tennessee. 



A.ililand City 

Ashland 

Asbport 

Ashwood 

Aspen Hill 

Athens 

Auburn 

Austin 

Bagdad 

Baker's Gap 

Ball Camp 

Ball Play 

Barnardsville 

Barren 

Barren Plain 

Barton's Creek 

Basin Spring 

Bean's Station 

Bear Creek 

Beardstown 

Beaver Creek 

Heaver llidga 

Beech 

Beech Grove 

Bee Creek 

Belleville 

Belfast 

Bell Buckle 

Bellsbnrg 

Bell's Depot 

Bell town 

Bellvillc 

Bennett's Ferry 

Benton 

Benton Hill 

Berlin 

BershebaSprings 

Bethel 

Bethesda 

Bethlehem 

Big Barren Forge 

Big Bottom 

Bigbyville 

Big Creek 

Big Hill 

Big Rock 

Big Spring 

Birch Wood 

Blaek Jack 

ik Oak 

u's >< Roads 
Blanton's Store 
BloomingtoQ 



Robertson 

McNairy 

S.helbv 

Haueoek 

H-nrv 

DeKall. 

Cnindv 



Franklin 
McNa.ry 



Williams.jr 

Shelbv 

Cheatharii 

Wayn. 

Laudpri'alc 

Waury 

Giles 

McMinn 

Cannon 

Wilson 

Smith 

Knox 

Monroe 

Roani- 

William.^on 

Robertson 

Dickson 



Po.s Oin 



Blountsville 
Blutt Point 
Blufl- Springs 
Boatland 
Bodeuham 
Bolivar 
Bon Ran 
Boon's Creek 
Boon's Hill 
Booth's Point 
Boston 

Bowline Green 
Rovd's Creek 
BoVdsville 
Bradshaw 



Cminty. 



Fentress 

Giles 

Hardeman 

Hardin 

Washington 

"over 



Brodie's LaiuUng 

Brook's Tan Yard 

Brownsville 

Brovlesville 

Bni;h Creek 

Buck Point 

Bnehaan 

BuenaVista 

Rnflalo 

Buffalo Ridge 

Bull Run 



Gap 
r'slli 



Wi 



Grainger 

Putnam 

Perry 

Sullivan 

Knox 

Sumner 

Co flee 

Bl edsoe 

Roane 

Marshal I 

Bed for.' 

Dickson 

Havwood 

Monroe 

Ri ane 

Jackson 

Polk 

Ronton 

Marshall 

Grundy 

Williamson 

Roliertson 

Claiborne 

Humphreys 

Maurv 

ShelVv 

McNairy 

Stewart 

Wilson 

Hamilton 

Robertson 

Weakley 

Grainger 

Bedford 

Tipton 



Butler's Landing 



Camden 

Campbell's Rest 
Campbell's Stat 
Campbellsville 
Camp Creek 
Canasanga 
Cane Bottom 
Cane Creek 
Caney Branch 



Cantrell's y, Road; 

Carlockville 

Carolina 

Carter's Creek 

Carter's Depot 

Cariersville 

Carthage 

Cass 

Castalian Springs 

Cave 

Cave Spring 

Cedar Creek 

Cedar Ford 

Cedar Grove Furnace 



Perry 

DenatuV 

Macon 

Haywood 

Wasliineton 

Polli 

Jackson 

Henrv 

Carrol 1 

Humphreys 

Washinu;ton 

Kuo.\ 

Hawkins 

Gile.- 



Wilson 

Ste» ar; 

Henrv 

McMinn 

Lincoln 

Benton 

Sullivan 

I Knox 

Giles 

Greene 

Polk 

Lauderdale 

Lincoln 

Greene 

Marshall 

Sevier 

! McMinn 

Rutherford 

Haywood 

jiaury 

Carter 

Maur\ 

Smitl 

Lawrencf 



Celina 
Centre Mound 
Center Point 
Centerville 
Chapel Hill 
Charity 
Charleston 
Charlotte 
Chaseville 
Chattanooga 
Chawalla 
Cheap Valley 
Cheeksville 
Cherry Grove 
Cherry Mount 
Cherry Valley 
Chestnut Bluffs 
Chestnut Grove 
Chestnut Hill 
Chestnut Mound 
Chestnut Ridi.'e 
Chestnut Valley 
Chickamoga 
Chilhowee 
Christiana 
Christmasvillo 
Church Grove 
Clarksburg 
Clarkstowu 
Clarksville 
Clear Branch 
Clear Creek 
Clearmont 
OUar Spring 



Jackson 

Haywood 

Henderson 

Hickman 

Marshall 

Lincoln 

Bradley 

Dickson 

Benton 

Hamilton 

McNairy 

Henry 

Marion 

Washington 

Robertson 

Wilson 

Dyer 

Cheatham 

Jetterson 



Ha 



Blount 

Williamson 

Carroll 

Knox 

Carroll 

White 

Sfontiomery 

Washington 

Greene 

Warren 

Graiuiui 



Clinton 
Clover I'.o 
Clover Hi 



Cobb's Creek 

Coffee Landing 

Cog Hill 

Coker Creek 

Colliersville 

College Grove 

Columbia 

Commerce 

Como 

Concord 

Convenient 

Conversvjlle 

Cookville 

Cooahnlla 

Coopertown 

Coopersville 

(!ornersvillo 

Cosbv 

Cottage Grove 

Cotton Grovo 

Cotton P .rt 

County Line 

Couchville 

Covington 

Cowan 

Coxbur'r 



Craighead 
Crainsyille 
Craven's Mills 
Crocket's Station 
Crookeil Fork 
Cross Bridges 
Cross Plains 
Cross Rock 
Cross viUe 
Crown Point 
Cuba 
CuUcoka 
Cumberland Gap 
Cnmherlund Insti 
Cumberland Iron 

Cvnthiana 

CVruston 

Danovville 

Dani^lsviUe 

Danville 

Dandridge 

Dearnct 

Decaturville 

Decherd 



Denmark 
Dixon's Springs 
Doe River Cove 
Donelson 
Double Branch 
Double Bridges 
Double Springs 
Douglass Springs 
Dover 
Dresdau 
Dry Hill 
Dry Valley 
Duck River 
Ducktown 
Dusger's Ferry 
Dukedom 
Dnmplin 
Dnnnington 
Dunlap 
Durhamville 
Dyer's Station 
Dversburg 
Racle Furnace 
Fagt'>ville 
East Fork 



Kelipsc 

Eden's Ridgs 

Hdgeworth 

Eitvpt 

Kli.a 

Eliaabethton 

Klkmont Spring 

Elk River 

Elktou 



Blount 

Campbell 

' Hardin 

MeMinn 

Monroe 

Shelby 

Williamson 

Maury 

Mi! son 

Henry 

Knox 

Smith 

Henry 

I'utnam 

Bradley 

Robertson 

Fentress 

Giles 

Cocke 

Henry 

Madison 

Meigs 



H.uon 
n-bi^ton 

]\I(.nioe 
ilerland 

Bledsoe 
Lincoln 
;irdeman 



M'; 



iMiion 

Jlor-^an 

Maury 

RolH-rson 

Wilson 

Cumberland 

JIarion 

Shelby 

Maury 

Claiborne 

tnte White 

Works 

Stewart 

Jcflerson 

Lincoln 

Haywood 

Dickson 

Benton 

Jefferson 

Meigs 

Decatur 

Fianklin 

Weakley 

Shelby 

Sladison 

Smith 

Carter 

Davidson 

Hamilton 

Lauderdale 

Jackson 

Decatur 

Stewart 

Weakley 

Lauderdale 

Putnam 

Hiekman 

Polk 

Carter 

W. akley 



Marion 

Lauderdale 

G i bson 

Dyer 

Roano 

Williamson 

Anderson 



lison 



Sla 



Fayetto 
Carter 



POST OFFICES — TENNESSEE. 



PoH OJfice. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County 


PoH Office. 


County. 


ElU-joy 


Blouat 


Hall's Hill 


Rutherford 


La Vergne 


Rutherford 


K'.'.nCrvove 


Carter 


Hamburg 


Hardin 


Lavinia 


Carroll 


El.B Tree 


Weakler 


Hamilton Landin 


g Jackson 


Lead Vale 


Jefferson 


Ea.,;iO.Ue3e 


Summer 


Hammond's Store 


aile-- 


Lebanon 


Wilson 


Enterprise 


Gibson 


Hampshire 


Maury 


Leesburg 


Washington 


E 1 uility 


Jackson 


Hanna'3 


Sumner 


Lee Valley 


Hawkins 


Er.- 


Roane 


Happy Valley 
Harriison's Mills 


Carter 


L .noir's 


Roane 


E.LilPsSpriags 


Franklja 


Maury 


Lenora Springs 


Hamilton 


E.r.ka 


McMiiTn 


Harrisburg 


Se-ier 


Lewisburg 


Marshall 


Eilia 


Macon 


Harrison 


Hamilton 


L-xington 


Henderson 


Eo- Mills 


Monroe 


Harrison's Store 


Shelby 


L^.ery- 
Lick Creek 


DeKalb 


Facilitv 


McMian 


Hartsville 


Siraner 


Hickman 


F.i.-t.r's Fork 


VVavne 


11 art wood 


Bedford 


Limestone 


Hamilton 


FairtielJ 


Bed lord 


Hatchie 


MeXairv 


L mestoneCove 


Carter 


F.cl.- Uardeu 


Sevier 


Haws X Roads 


Washington 


Limestone Springs Greene 


F r mount 


Montgomery 


Hay's Store 


Wilson 


LMiden 


Perry 


FilU liraneh 


Washington 


H uel Flat 


Shelby 


Line port 


Stewart 


Fail Kii-r 


Lawrence 


Haynes 


Grainger 


Liuwood 


Wilson 


Fill in- Water 


Putnam 


Head of Barren 


Claiborne 


LUtleChucky 


Greene 




Marshall 


Hecla 


Carroll 


L ttle Doe 


Johnson 


Fanuvifle'" 


Henderson 


Henderson's Mill 


Greens 


Live Well 


Anderson 


Fa L-ite C irners 


Fayette 


Henderson's Spring Sevier 


Livingston 


Overton 


Fa.ettville 


Lincoln 


HendersonviUe 


Sumner 


Lobel-ille 


Perrv 


F.l>more 


Bledsoe 


Henrietta 


Cheatham 


Lockport 


Wilson 


F.i..;aHle 


Campbell 


Henry's Station 


Henry 


Locust Grove 


Weaklev 


F sli rville 


Shelby 


Henry's X Roads 


Sevier 


Locust Mount 


Washington 


FU, Pond 


Washington 


Henrvville 


Lawrence 


Locust Shade 


Overton 


E.icGr.ftk 


Bedford 


Herbertsville 


Hardin 


Loddy 


Hamilton 


Fiiitville 


Lincoln 


Hermitage 


Decatur 


Lodi 


Jackson 


FhiHi's Lick 


Jackson 


Hickory Hill 


Bedford 


London 


Roane 


For Iton-ii 


Sullivan 


Hickory Creek 


Coffee 


Longmire 


Washington 


Forrest Hill 


Dver 


Hickory Valley 


Hardeman 


Long Savannah 


Hamilton 


For. St .Mills 


Coffee 


Hickory Withe 


Fayette 


Looney's Creek 
Lost Creek 


Alarion 


Forked Deer 


Ha V wood 


Hico 


Carroll 


Union 


Fot Blount 


Jackson 


Hii.'don's Store 


Polk 


Louisville 


Blount 


Foris Station 


Robertson 


Highland 


Jackson 


Lowryville 


Hardin 


F.rer's>^, Roads 


Bledsoe 


Hilham 


Overton 


Loy's X Roads 


Anderson 


Fos.erviUe 


Rutherfor.l 


Hillsboro' 


Coffee 


Lynchburg 


Lincoln 


F.. intain Creek 


Maun 


H.l ton's 


Sullivan 


Lvnnville 


Giles 


F.inlaiaHead 


■ Sumner 


Holly Leaf 


Gibson 


Lvons' Store 


Hawkin 


F) intain Hill 


McMinn 


Holston Valley 


Sullivan 


McAllister's X Roads 


Fo ,r Mile Braac 


1 Monro,. 


Holt's Corners 


Marshall 




Montgomery 


FoAler's Landina: Hamphrevs 


Hope 


Stewart 


McDonald 


Bradlev 


Fo.; Soring 


Overton 


Hope's Creek 


Roane 


McLemoresville 


Carrofl 


F-u.kliu 


Williamson 


Hope Hill 


Gibson 


McMillan 


Knox 


Fra.klin College 


Davidson 


Hopewell 


Maury 


McMinnviUe 


Warren 


Friak-sBraaeli 


Jackson 


Horner's Store 


Grainger 


Macedonia 


Carroll 


Friok's Ferry 


White 


Horse Creek 


Greene 


xMacon 


Favette 


F. iK.ia 


Sfontgomery 


Howard's Quarter Claiborne 


Madison 


Davidson 


F vlom 


Washington 


Howesville 


Decatur 


Madisonville 


Monroe 


Frounat 


Oliion 


HamboU 


Gibson 


Magnolia 


Stewart 


F"i..oidshlp 


Dyer 


H luliugton 


Carroll 


Manchester 


Coffee 


¥■ -ud-ville 


Blount 


Hant's Station 


Frankhu 


ManlvviUe 


Henry 


F illeu's 


Greene 


HantsviUe 


Scott 


Maastield 




F !t,n 


Lauderdale 


Hurricane 


Franklin 


Maple Spring 


t.umberland 


Gol^d'a 


Madison 


Hurt's X Roads 


Maury 


Marble Hall 


Hawkins 


Guoesl.orough 


Jackson 


Increase 


Warren 


Marble Hill 


Franklin 


Gallelier's 


Knox 


[ndependenee 


Dickson 


Marlborough 


Carroll 


Gt'latin 


Sumner 


Independent Hill 


R-itherford 


Marrowbone 


Davidson 


Ga«-ay 


Fayette 
Blount 


Indian Creek 


Washington 


Marshall's Ferry 


Grainger 


Guahle's store 


Indian Muuad 


Stewart 


Marysvillc 


Blount 


G qi Creek 


Knox 


lugleside 


Hardin 


Mason's Grove 


Madison 


Ga. Factory 


Lincoln 


Iron Mountain 


Stewart 


M.i^iou Hall 


Obion 


<>nlliu!Hirg 


Sevier 


Irvine's Store 


Weakley 


Mavfield 


Jackson 




Lincoln 


Irving College 


Warren 


MaVaardvslle 


Union 


G^rnaa'towa 


Shelby 
Smith 


Isom's Store 


Maury 
Campbell 


Meehanicsville 


Cannon 


Gibb,,' X Koada 


Jacksborough 


Mecklenburg 


Knox 


Gil. ion's Store 


Campbell 


Jack's Creek 


Henderson 


Medium 


Marshall 


Gibson's Wells 


Gibson 


Jackson 


Madison 


Medon 


Madison 


G hiouville 


Giles 


Jacksonville 


Obion 


Meesville 


Bradlev 


Gillis' MilU 


Hardin 


Jalappa 


Monroe 


Meigsville 


Jaekson 


Gladps 


Morgan 


Jamestown 


Fentress 


Memphis 


Shelby 


Glad.-viUe 


Wilson 


Jasper 


Marion 


Midbridge 


Giles 


Gl ioi R'ick 


Lawrence 


Jetterson 


Rutherford 


Middlcl.urg 


Hardeman 


Glol.e Creek 


Marshall 


Jennings' Fork 


Smith 


Middle Creek 


McMinn 


Good field 


Mei^-s 


Jenkins' Depot 


Hardeman 


Middle Cypress 


Wayne 


G.odletsviUe 


DavidMon 


Jessamine 


Shelby 


Middle Folk 


Henderson 


Goo. e Creek 


Macon 


Johnston's Mill 


Monroe 


Middleton 


Rutherford 


G.rdonsville 


Smith 


Jolinsun's Depot 


Washington 


Midway 


Greene 


(Jujrlev's Bridge 


Greene 


Junesborough 




Mifflin 


Hend,.r<..„ 


Gosiiea 


Lincoln 


Jonesville 


Cocke 


Milan Depot 




Gotf » '^ Ruad^ 


Sullivan 


Jordan's Store 


Williamson 


Mill (tend 


II ' . '"" 


(Jrml Junetiou 


Hardeman 


Jordan's Springs 


Montgomery 


Mill's Branch 


Vao l: , 


Gran-.. 1m, rough 


Campbell 


Jordan's Valley 


Rutherford 


Miller's C'lapel 


1 1 


Granville 


Jackson 


J. .mo 


Henderson 


Millersvillo 


Kii. 


GriHivCove 


Cumberland 


K.an.u 


Jefferson 


Mill Point 


Si,. 


Gray.sbnrg 




Kelso 


Lincoln 


MillviUe 


1, 1, ,' 


Gravs inil 


Roane 


Kenton 


Obion 


Mill Wood 


Wa.!,,-i 


GraVel Hill 


McVairy 


Kinsev'.s Store 


Polk 


Milton 


Roth , ,. 


(tr-.H B,ttoni 


SheUiv 


Kincannoa's Ferry Mo^gs 


Mint Springs 
MitchellsvilleSta 


S : , ■,., 


Gr^.n Hill 


Wilso'n 


liingsport 


Sullivan 


tion S , , 


Gr.MlTr.e 


White 


Kingnon 


R..ane 


Molino 


1. ,1 , i, 


GreeaeviUo 


Greene 


KnoxviUo 


Knox 


Monroe 


'.) . . r.-.u 


(Jr.-eawood 


Shelby 


Lafayette 


Maoon 


Monterey 


McNairy 


(JretnaCtreen 




Laguardo 


Wilson 


Montezuma 


■• 


Grove Jlotiat 


Over 


Lagrange 


Kayotte 
Rhea 


Montioello 


Hardin 


C 101 lirovv 


?,tl;^ 


Lake 


Moutroio 


Smith 


(;u<taviis 


Lancaster 


Smith 


Moutvalo Spring 


Blount 


Ilaekberry 


Roauu 


Lanelleld 


Haywood 
Greene 


Moo re 'a X Roadi 


Meigs 


lla.;leivill« 


Henry 


Laurel (Sap 


Moore's R.st 


Anderson 


llJu'sMIIU 


PontruM 


Laurel Hill 


Deli alb 


Mooroaville 


Mar.<hAll 


Ua I'i Crect 


Humphreys 


Lawrouccbur^ 


Lawrence 


Morwdl'd Mill 


Sullivan 



Post Offlc 



County. 



Morgan Morgan 

Morgan's Creek Benton 

Morganlown Blount 

Morning Sun Shelby 

Morrison Warren 

Morri^town Jeffjrson 

Moscow Fayette 

Mossv Creek Jefferson 

Mountain Tiptom 

Mountain Creek Warren 

Mount Airy Bled.soe 

Mount Carmel Wilsoo 

>Iount Comfort Fayette 

Mount Harmony McM-nu 

Mount Holyoke Henry 

Mount Pel ia Weakley 

Mount Pinson Madison 

Mount Pisirah Overton 

Mount Pleasant Maury 

Moant Vernon Monroe 

Mount Vista Henry 

Mount Zion Tipton 

Mouth of Hiwassee Meigs 

>roith of Sandy Henry 

Mouth of Wolf Overton 

Mud Creek McVairy 

Mulberry Lincoln 

Mulberry Gap Hancock 

"'.urfre-sborough Rutherford 

Xashville Davidson 

Nebraska Jefferson 

Xe'son Hill Wilson 

Vetherland Overton 
Xettle Carrier 

Newark White 

Vewbern Dver 

New Boston Henry 

Newbnrg '. ." ^ 

New Canton U.. ,,< 

New Castle lliri -i a 

New Hope Ah,...; ,1 

Newmanville (ir-ene 

-New Market Jefferson 

Xew Middleton Smith 

.Newport Cocke 

New Providence Montgomery 
New York 

N'coiaok Marion 

Nine Mile Bledsoe 

Noleusfille Williamson 

Normandy Bedford 

Xorris Creek Liaeuln 

North Fork Henry 

Xorth Springs Jackson 

Oak Flat Giles 

Oak Forest Henderson 

Oak Grove Jefferson 

Oak Hill Overton 

Oak Hill Seminary Coffee 

Cikland Fuyett. 

Oakley Overton 

Oak Retreat Wilson 

Oakwood Montgomery 

Oceola Cheatham 

Oco* Polk 

Okolono Carter 

Old Hickory AVeakley 

Old Town Claiborne 

Oliver's Anderson 

Olvmpus Overton 

Onecho Cheatham 

Ones Greene 

Oregon Lincoln 

Orme's Store l!leds»e 

Ottewah IIamilt..n 

Owl Hill Morgan 

Oxford McWinn 

Palestino Lewis 

Pall Mall Fentress 

P.llnvfto Bed|-..r.l 

l'Mii,.T.a Monti;. Hii.rv 

:•,■ \li„ Lawr^.i,... 

!• , '■ ,1., JobiiM.u 

!■ r Springs Jefl .v- .o 

lUe Sullivao 

'■ . . Humpbrevs 
lleurv 
r,: !■■< X Roads Hen.b r^ -n 



r.,.l,.r-s Mills Mont-- 
Pea Kidgo 

P.kin J ; 

I'elham III 

Perry villo D 

Peyton's Creek I. " 

Petorshurg Sni'li 

Pjvtonsville Willi »n -i 

Philatelphia M ■ n ■ 

Pigeon Forgo S.'\ i. r 



POST OFFICES ^TEXAS. 



01 



Poxl Office 



I'illoHvillo 

Pilot Kuob 
Pine Bluff 
!*iue Land 
Pine Kidge 
Fine Springs 
Pine Top 
Pine -VVoorl 
Piney Flats 



County. 

Bledsoe 

Weakley 

Gr.ene 

Warren 

Meigs 

McMinn 

Fentress 

M organ 

Hickman 

Sullivan 



Pitts mioads 



Bledsoe 
Claiborne 
Kx change Hen 



Hi 



Cumberla 



Pleiisant PI 
Pleasant Shade 
Pleasantville 
Pocahontas 
Point Mason 
[Poland Springs 
Pomona 



t Mound Montgomery 



Poplar Spring 
Portersville 

ort Royal 

Oak Springs 

otter's Branch 

ouch Creek 

owder Spring Gap 

rustonville 

rospect Depot 

ulask' 

uncht 

urdy 

uarrysville 

uincy 

looon Valley 

aleigh 

andolph 
Ce-idyviUe 



Lincoln 

Smith 

Hickman 

Hardeman 

Benton 

Weakley 

Cumberland 

^Wilson 

Sullivan 



SevierviUo 

Sewee 

Shady 

Shady Hill 

Sharon 

Shelbyville 

Shiloh 

Shop Spring 

Shown's y, Roads 

Silver Creek 
Silver Spring 
Silver Top 
Slaydensville 



igo 



Tipton 

Jlontgomery 

Roane 

Bradley 



I Camp 



Red 



ig Spring 



Ked Bridgi 

Red Hill 

Red Mound 

lied River 

FJeynolds Depot 

SJheatowu 

Kiceville 

Richardson's 

Richland Station 

Richmond 

Kidge Post 

Kidgeville 

Bigg's M Roads 

Fvinggoid 

Ripley 

River Bend For^e 

River Hill 

Roan Mountain 

Robertsville 

Rub Camp 

Roberson's >^ Roads " BledVoe 



-inger 

Rhea 

Giles 

Giles 

Macon 

McNairy 

Hawkins 

Gibson 

Knox 

Shelby 

Tipton 

Rutherford 

s Macon 

Hawkins 

Grainger 

Henderson 

Robertson 

Giles 

Greene 

McMinn 

Montgomery 

Sumner 

Bedford 

Davidson 

Franklin 

Williamson 

Montgomery 

Lauderdale 

Sullivan 

White 

Carter 

Anderson 

borne 



Rob 

Rockford 

Rook Island 

Rockport 

Rocky Mount 

Kocky River 

Rocky Sprinj; 

[togersvilleJunctiou Hawk 

Rogers ville 

Rome 

rtomeo 

Soseberry 

ioin Creek 

toss 

Rossville 



Lincoln 
Blount 
White 
Benton 
Jackson 
Warren 
Grainger 



{over 
Jowesrille 
Running Water 
Rural Hill 
lussellville 
Rutherford's Depot 
Rutledge 
ladlersville 
iagefield 
lail Creek 
iailor's Rest 
laint Cla;r 



Smith 
Greene 
Knox 
McNairy 
A nderson 
Fayette 
Warren 
Wilson 
Bedford 



tale 
alisbury 



Marion 

Wilson 

Jefferson 

Gibson 

Grainger 

Robertson 

Morgan 

Hamilton 

Montgomery 

Hawkins 

Franklin 

Hardeman 

Hardin 

Carroll 

Henry 

Cumberland 

Maury 

Sumner 



th's t^ Roads 
Smith's Fork 
Smithville 
Smyrna 
Sneedsville 
Snoddyvilla 
Snow Hill 
Solon 
Solsburg 
Somerville 
Sorby 

South Carroll 
South Gibson 
South Rock Island V 



County. 



Sevier 

Megs 

Johnson 

Henderson 

Tipfon 

Bedibrd 

Gibson 

Wilson 

Johnson 

Humphreys 

Marshall 

Wilson 

Obi^ 

Robertson 

De Kal 

Rhea 

Hard 

De Kalb 

Rutherford 

Han 

Jellt 

Hamilton 

White 

Wilson 

Fayette 

Wayi 



Poet Office. 

Tunnell mil 

Turnbull 

Turnersville 

Twinville 

Tynersville 

T^rSn^""^' 



Knox 

Dicksou 
Robertson 



Ma 



Maur 



pain's 
Sparta 
Speedwell 
Spencer 
Spring Creek 
Springfield 
Spring Grove 
Spring Hill 
Spring Hill Academy 



Gibson 

a Burei 

Henderson 

Wh 

Claiborne 

Van B 

Madison 

Robertson 

Maury 



Spring House 
Spring Place 
Springtown 
Spring Vale 
Standing Rock 
Stanton Depot 
Stantonville 
Statesville 
Steam Mills 
Stephen's Chapel 
Stewart's Ferry 
Stockton's Valley 
Stony Point 
Straight Fork 
Strawberry Plains 
Sulphur Spr.ngs 
Sulphur Well 
Sugar Wood 
Summittville 
Swallow Blutr 
Sweet Gum Plains 
Sweet Water 
Swingleville 
Sycamore 
Sycamore Mills 
Tabor 

Talbott's Mills 
Tampico 
Tank 

Taylorsville 
Taylorsburg 
Tazewell 
Tellico Plains 
Temperance Hall 
Ten Mile Stand 
Terry 
Thomasville 



Henry 



" Graingi 

Marshall 

Polk 

Jefferson 

Stewart 

Haywood 

McNairy 

Wilson 

Giles 

Bledsoe 

Davidson 

Roane 

Bradley 

Campbell 

Jefferson 

Rhea 

Shelby 

Humphreys 

Coffee 

Hardin 

Overton 

Monroe 

Washington 

Claiborne 

Cheatham 

Roane 

Jefferson 

Grainger 

Davidson 

Johnson 

Cocke 

Claiborne 

Monroe 

De Kalb 

Meig? 

Carroll 

Robertson 



Thompson'sStation Will'mson 



Thorn Grove 

Thorn Hill 

Three Forks 

Timber Ridge 

Tobasco 

Tobacco Port 

Toona's Static 

Towee Falls 

Totty's Bend 

Trace Creek 

Tracy City 

Trad 5 

Trammel 

Travitville 

Trenton 

Trezevaut 

Trion 

Triune 

Troy 

"■rundle's >^ Roasls 

ucaUoe 
Tu.'ker's y. Roads 
Tuckaleechee Cove 
TuUnhsma 



Knox 

Grainger 

Wilson 

Greene 

Henderson 

Stewart 

Hardeman 

Monroe 

Hickman 

Jackson 

Madison 

Joiinsou 

Sumner 

Fentress 

Gibson 

Carroll 

Jefferson 

Williamson 

Ubiou 

Sevier 

Jefferson 

Wilson 

Blount 

Coffee 



rn.on nitv 

Union Depot 
UnionviUe 
Unitia 

University Place 
Vale Mills 
Vandergriff'3 
Van Hill 
Vernon 
Versailles 
Vervilla 
Vine Dale 
Viola 

Vjney Grove 
Walden's Creek 
Walden's Ridge 
Wallace's X Roads 
Walnut Grove 
Walnut Post 
Walnut Valley 
Walter Hill 
Wansville 
War Creek 
War G:ip 
Ward's Forge 
Warrensburg 
^Vartrace Depot 

Washington 

Washington College Wash'gton 

Watauga Bend Washington 

Watertown Wilson 

Waverly Humphreys 

Wayland's Springs Lawrence 

Waynesborough 

tt^ear's Cove 

Weaw Hum 

Webster 

Welcker's Mill 

Well Spring 

Well wood 

West Fork 

M'est Point 

West's Store 

M'hitaker's Bl 

White Bluffs 

White Oak 

White Plains 

White Bend 

Whitesburo: 



Franklin 

Giles 

Knox 

Hawkins 

Hickman 

Rutherford 

Warren 

Knox 

Warren 

Lincoln 



Lauderdale 

Mariou 

Ruther 

Bradley 
Hancock 
Haw 
Johnson 
Greene 



Rhe 



Whitleyville 
Whitfield 
Williamsport 
Uiamsville 
Will's Point 
Willis' Station 
Wilson's 
Wilsonville 
Wilton Springs 
Winchester 

field 
Winston 
Wittsville 
Wolf Creek 
Wolf River 
"; dbourno 
Woodbury 
Woodford 
Wood Lawn 
Woods 

Wood's Hill Roane 

Woodson's K Roads Claiborne 
Woodville Haywood 

ghtsville Roane 

Yandell Gibson 

Yellow Creek Cumberland 

YellowCr'kFurnace Jlontgmry 
Yellow Spring;- ^.-,:S'.— X 

Yellow Store 
Yellow SMlphu 
Yorkville 
ZionHill 



Campbell 

Haywood 

Overton 

Lawrence 

Washing 

Wayne 

Dickson 

Humphreys 

Jackson 

Davidson 

Jefferson 

Hardeman 

Jackson 

Hickman 

Maury 

Dickson 

Benton 

Fayette 

Ande 

Cocke 

Franklin 

Scott 

AVeakley 

Jefferson 

Coeke 

Fayette 

I' nion 

Cannon 

Montgomery 



Pe 



rry 



Hawkins 

Blount 

Gibson 

Hamilton 



Texas. 



Aberdeen 
Air Hall 
Alabama 
Albade 



Henderson 

Bell 

Houston 

Caldwell 



PoH Office. 

Alguna 

Alley's Mills 

Alleyton 

Alma 

Alta Springs 

Alto 

Alum Creek 

Alvarado 

Auacostia 



Ashland 
Ash Spri 



Bagdad 

Balch 

Handera 

Banqucto 

Barrowdale 

Barton 

Basin Springs 

Bastrop 

iiaytown 

Bear Creek 

Beardeu 

Bear Grass 

Beaumont 



BeeviUe 

Belgrade 

BoUeview 

RellviUe 

Belmont 

Belton 

Ben Franklin 

Berlin 

Bethel 

Bevilport 

Big Creek 

Big Hill 

Big Rock 

Billum's Creek 

Birdsville 

Black Jack GroT( 

Black Oaks 

Bianco 

Blossom Prairie 

Blue Branch 

Bluff Springs 

Boerne 

Boisd'Arc Mills 

Bold Spring 

Bonham 

Bonito 

Booneville 

Bosqueville 

Boston 

Bovine 

Bowling 

Box Creek 

Brazoria 

Brazos Bottom 

Brazos Santiago 

Breckinridge 

Brenham 

Bright Star 



Brownsville 

Browntown 

Bryant's Station 

Buchanan 

Buena Vista 

Buffalo 

Bunn's Bluff 

Burkeville 

Burnett C. H. 

Butler 

Caddo Villa 

Cairo 

Caldwell 

Caldwell's Hill 

Caledonia 

Calloway 

Cameron 

Camancho Peak 

Camnnche Siiriu; 



County. 

San Patricio 

Cass 

Colorado 

Rusk 

Falla 

Cherokee 

Bastrop 

Johnson 

Panola 

Victoria 

Grimes 

Angelina 

Jack 

Lavacca 

Hill 

Refugio 

Cooke 

Tarrant 

Harrison 

Tarrant 

Houston 

Travis 

Williamson 

Parker 

Bandera 

iN'euces 

Guadaloupe 

Gravson 
Bas"trop 
Harris 

Sabine 

Lavacca 

Limestone 

Jefferson 

Anderson 

Panola 

Grimes 

Bee 

Newton 

Rusk 

Austin 

Go-.zalea 

Bell 

Lamar 

Washington 

Anderson 

Jasper 

Fort Bend 

Gonzales 

Vanzant 

Tyler 

Tarrant 

9 Hopkins 



Can 



iliuds 



Camp Stocktu 
Camp Verde 
Cauey 



Travis 

Comal 

Fannin 

McLennan 

Fannin 

Guadaloupe 

Brazos 

McLennan 

Bowie 

Lavacca 

Leon 

Cherokee 

Brazoria 

Burleson 

Cameron 

Dallas 

Washington 

Hopkins 

Ellis 

Henderson 

Cameron 

Brown 

Milam 

Jolinson 

Shelby 

Henderson 

Orange 

Newton 

Burnett 

Freestone 

Hunt 

Jasper 

Burleson 

Gillespie 

Rusk 

Upshur 

Milam 

Johnson 

) Gillespie 

. Kinney 

Bexar 

Kerr 

Matngcrdu 



G2 



POST OFFICES TEXAS. 



Post Ofi' 



, Mills 



0.iat 
Oapt 
Oarr 
Carolina 
CarrollWtt 
Carter 

Carthage 0. H. 
Gasa Blanua 
CastroviUe 
Cadett's Creek 
Oat Spriug 
Cechn- 

Cedar Bayoa 
OjJar Crei'k 
Ced;ir Fork 
Cedar Grovo 
Cedar Hill 



Count;/. I Post Offic 

Vaniant Uarpville 

Haysllieho 

W'cbb;bicleto 

Falls I Kdoiu 

TJp-ihnr I Kiypt 

Dentoi ■" 

Pauoli 



Connty. 



Off!. 



Con 



Nueces 
Medina 
Wise 
Austin 
Fayette 

Chambers 
Bastrop 

Kaufman 

Dallas 

Leon 

KUis 

Libertv 

B.irlesoi. 

Washinston 

Ilopkin- 

Augelin:. 

Llauc 

Oillespie 

Nacogdoches 

Williamson 

Fayette 

fjcon 

Red River 



Bhza 

Elkhart 

Ella 

Kim Creek 

Kl Paso 

El wood 

Elysian Fields 

Elysium 



Fairmouut 
Fairplay 
Farmer's Br 
Farme 



L'p^hur I Henderson 
Live Oak Heudi-rson 

Wilson lleusou Creek 
Vauzandt i Hjrrin;-'toa 
Wharton 1 Herstield 

kory Hill 
Hi CO 

High Hill 
His'hland 
Hiliard's 
Hillsboro' 
Hockley 
Ho.lge'3 Bend 
Hodge's Mill 
HoUandale 
HoUey Spring 
Home Valley 
Homer 
Honey Grove 



lie 



Houston 

Titus 

Bell 

El Paso 

Madison 



Angelina 

Jasper 

Tarrant 

Limestone 

Washington 

F 



illo 



Panola 
Dallas 
Collin 
Fayette 
Henderson 
Cooke 



Clear Fork 

Clifton 

Cl-.nton 

Con-.-eviUe 

Cold Siirins 

Colita 

College Mo a 

CoUliorp 

Columbia 



Bosiue 
De Witt 



Kaufman 
Houston 
Brazoria 
Colorado 
Comanche 
Kerr 
Jcfterson 
De Witt 



Cook' 
Oopai: 



i-'ish Creek 

(••lag Pond Bos 

Fliu:ham'3 Tan Yard 

Red R 
Flora 
Florence 
Flowerdale 
Forest Home 
Fork Point 
Fort Belknap 
Fort Chadbourni 
Fort Clark 
Fort Davis 
Fort (iraham 
Fort Quitman 
Fort Turan 
Fort Worth 
Four Mile Prair 
Frankville 
Frekericksburg 
F 



Smith 

■Williamson 

Freestone 

Cass 

Pauola 

Young 

Runnels 

^= 

Hill 

El Paso 

Angelina 

Tarrant 

Vanzandt 



Refugio 

Parke 

Comanch 

Williamsoi 

Nueces 

Navarro 

Bexar 

Coryell 

Freestone 

RuskiC 

or*^:^-; 

Hill I ( 



Frelsburg 
Friendship 
Gabriel Mills 
Gainesville 
Galatsa 
(}alvestou 
Gamma 
Garden Vallev 
Garnett's Bl.iffs 



Leon 
Gillespie 
Harrison 
Colorado 
Harrison 
illiamson 



Hooker 
Hope 
Hopkins 
Horn Hi 
Hornsbv 



Howard 

Hunuville 

Indeoendeuce > 

Indianola 

Industry 

Ingleside 

Iron Mountains 

leta 
Jacksborougli 
Jacksouburg 
Tacksonville 
Jamestown 
Jasper 
Jelterson 
Jena 

Johnson's Station 
Jonesvillc 
Jordan's Saline C. 



Coryell 


Madi.-onvii 


An. 1 na 


M.i-'uolia 


M.iSOU 


M./uoliaS 


Cass 


Mahomet 


Hamilton 


Malakotf 


^^^.uY: 


Mauehac 


Mansfield 


Shelby 


Mantua 


Hill- 


Maple Spr 


Harris 


Marienne 


Fort B-Mid 


Marion 


Ulan. Mi 


Marl in 


Grimes 


Marshall 


Won. I 


Ma,nn 


KaiMu-s 


Matagorda 


Angelina 


M.lro.e 


Funuiu 


M ridiau 



iUe 
(Jay Hill 
Gaytowu 

G-eorgeto' 



illelan Crook 
ilmerC. H. 
lade Spring 



Grain's Milli 

Oi-esoeuc ViUare 

Orim a 

Oroek.tt 

Croek-t fs BlulT 

Crois Roads 

Ciba 

Cu-ro 

Cun.min.'svlUo 

Cummin'. Creek 

C,inuiu;ham-s 



Houston I Gos 

Smith Go.i 

Williamson Gra 

Colorado, (!ra 



Harriso 

Galvesto 

Parker 

Smith 

Fai 

Coryell 

Washington 

Bosque 

Williamson 

Lamar 

Wise 

Travis 

Upshur 

Harrison 

Goliad 

Falls 

Gonzales 

Walker 

Titus 

Shelby 

Pauola 



Hunt 



Kemper City 

Kenucr 

Kentucky tow: 

Kerrsville 

Kickapoo 

Kidd's Mills 

Kimball 

Kiomatia 

Knoxville 

Ladonia 

Lafayette 

La Grange 

Lake 



Lancaster 

Line 

Lareilo 

Larissa 

Lattington 

Laveruia 

Leal 

Lebanon 

Leona 

Leon Springs 

Leonville 

Lewis' Fcrrv 



M"di 

IIO'V 



irg 



Dimraing-d li 
D'uton 
Double Horn 

1) iiglasDville 
Dresden 
Dr!W'9Corn( 
Drippings pi 
Dock Creek 
DulTau 



ago Maiagordaj Hampton 
Denton [ Hancock 
Burnett Hnrdemim 
Nacogdoches! Hardin 

CiW" ' llarnionv Hill 



llurtvillu 



I W. 



Eall.' F. 



Hill 
,eogdoelits 
CherokC' 
Jerterson 
Brazoria 
Live Oak 



HuniiUon 

Houston 

ALitagorda 



Tarriinl 

^loutaguc 

Ma.on 



sviUe 
[igtou 



LibertV Hill 
Linden 
Lineville 
Linn Flat 
Lin wood 
Little Elra 
Live Oak 
Liverpool 
Livingstone 
Llann 
Luckhart 
Locust OroTO 
Lodi 
London 
Lonis Star 
Lone Tree 
Lonn Branch 
Loni« Point 
I Long Prairio 
I Lookout 
Lvnchburj 



Cheroke. 

SmitI 

J as pel 

Cas: 

Fall: 

Turran 

Harrisoi 

II. 

Vanzand 

Kaufma. 



Ke 

Anders 
Le 



Mitts 

Monroe 

Montagu( 

Montgom 

Monticello 

Moody's t^ Roads 

Moore's 

Morales De Lavacca 

M organs ville 

Morman's Mills 

Moscow 

Moss Hill 

Mos.ioito Prairio 



Pa;ioIa 

Gravson 

Madison 

Andeisoa 

Jasoer 

Burnett 

Henderson 

HaVS 

Tanant 
Collin 



Matagorda 

Nacogdoches 

"Bos.ine 



Risk 

Collin 

Rusk 

Victoria 

Anderson 

Rusk 

Montague 

Jloutgomery 



Moo 



in City 



■ ant 



, Svlv 



Trnr 



Wilson 
Bexai 
Collin 
Leon 
Bexar 
Coryell 
Jivsper 

Burleson 

Libertv 

Willumsoii 

Civv- 

Punoli 

Naeocidochci 

Ohorokei 

I)enc«n 

DeWitt 

BvHior 

Pol 

LI.U 
Caldwell 
Nav 



Leon Henipstead 



Rurk 

Till 

Coll 

Pauola 

Wn'liingtou 

Fayi'tte 

Lenn 

Harrb 

FKVl'ttO 

Coll 



Murml 

Muskete 

Mustanr; 

Natohes 

Naco-'docbes 

Nashville 

Navarro 

Navasota 

New Brannfels 

Ncwburg 

Vew Danville 



Sopnl 

N'orman Hill 
Norton's Grove 
N'ueccs 



Orioabu 

0« 

Owensvillo 

Palace Hill 

Palestine 

Palo Alto 

Palo Pinio 

Pamplin's Creek 

Pana Maria 

Pajmlota 

Paris 

Parker's Mills 

I'»rkcr»ville 

Pirryville 

PatKmville 

P»»ch Tree VilUg* 

Pennington 

P*oris 



Titus 

Leon 

Bowie 

Jackson 

Polk 

Burnett 

Polk 

Moss Hill 

Burleson 

Gonzales 

Hays 

Smith 
Rusk 



Smith 

Rusk 

Navarro 

Vanzant 

Houston 



do, -he 
Milai 



Park, r 
Rnsk 

Medina 



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POST OFHCES VERM\!>NT. 



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etiTsbarg 
ieduiont Springs 
icrpont Pluou 
Hot Gruve 
ilut I'oiut, 
ine Hill 



lautersville 
leasaat Ilill 
leasantou 

leasant Valloy 



oiiuPI^al^ 
outl Spring 

urt Caddo 
ort La V'acca 
urtSnllivaii 
urt Oak Island 
owelltou 



Count!/. 



Dc Witt 
(iraysoo 
Deiitun 

ICask 
Jefferson 
Clierokee 



Ur-jlmr 

Cdlliu 

Grimes 

Hopkins 

Palo Pinto 

AudtTSou 

Caldwell 

Fayette 

Cameron 

Cass 

Upshur 

Williamson 

Harrison 

Calliouu 

Milam 

Williamson 

Harrison 
rairie Houston 

i-airie Home Jfontgoraery 
rairie Lea Caldwell 

rairie Mount Lamar 

rairie Plains Grimes 

rairie Point Wise 

rairieville Kaufman 

rewitt's Tan Yard Anderson 
rice's Creek 
rice's Storo 
rospect 

rovidence HiU 
ulaski 
uitman 
.aiuey's Creek 
.ancho 
audolph 
.eagan 
,ed Oak 

leed's Settlement 
efugio 

lesley's Creek 
.etina 
etreat 
eunion 

.icliland Crossing 
.ichmond 
idge 
;inggold 
.io urande City 
;oadville 
.obbinsville 
.obiiison's Mills 
iock Creek 
;ock Hill 
;ockwalI 
;oma 

iogersville 
:ose Hill 
;ound Ijake 
iound Mountain 
Lound Rock 1 



Do Witt 

Lamar 

Burlesou 

Tyler 

Panola 

Wood 

Coryell 

Gonzales 

Houston 

Rusk 

Ellis 

Panola 

Refugio 

Camauche 

Hopkins 

Grimes 

Dallas 

Navarro 

Fort Bond 

Colorado. 



Andersou 

Red River 

Tarrant 

Johnson 

Collin 

Kaufman 

Starr 

Parker 



luasell's Store 
Luttrsville 
ttbinal 
ftbiu.' Lake 
abiueP.ss 



Town 
Mary's 



aluria 
an Anders 

an Augusti 
an Itarnard 
an Cosme 
an Doming( 
and Fly 



ftndy Moi 
andy Poi 
nn Elizai 



Cherokee 

Palo Pinto 

Fayette 

Bexar 

Hunt 

Jefferson 

Sabine 

Refugio 

Hell 

Newton 

Hopkins 



Angnstinc 

Colorado 

K.sk 

Bee 

Burleson 

Wood 

Gonzalc: 

Llanc 



Post Office 

San Felipe 
San Gabriel 
San Jacinto 
San Marcos 
San Patrici< 
San Pedro 
San Saba 
Santa Gertri 
Santa Rosa 

Sattler's 

Savannah 

Scyene 

Science Hill 

Searsville 

Sebastopol 



Travis 

an Patricio 

Houston 

San Saba 

Nueces 



Poat Offic 
Washington 



lie 



Waverly 

Waxaliatchio 

Weatlursford 

Webster 

Webbervillc 

Wesatch 

Westbrook 

West Fork 

West Liberty 

West Mountait 



sempronius 

Serlin 

Seven Leagues 

Sexton 

Shady Grove 

Shelby 

Shelbyville 

Sherman 

Shiloh 

Shocklev's Prair 

Shook's Bluff 



Simpsonv 
Sisterdale 
Smithland 



's Valley 



Cameron 
McLenuau 
Comal 
Red Ri 

Dallas 
Henderson] Wharton 
Mcl-ennan!wheelock 
Trinity I Wheirv's 
Gaudaloup"e White"Cottage 
Bexar I White Oak 
Austin I White Rock 
Bastrop; Whitcsboro' 
Wiess' Bluff 
Win fall 
Willow Creek 
Willow Hole 
Willow Springs 
Wilton 
Winnsboro' 
Woodland 
Woodsboro' 
Woods 

WoodvilleC. H. 
Ye(Jua 
York town 



Pukt C 

Clarcndc 

Clarendi) 

Colchest 

Concord 

Copperas HiU 

Corinth 



re, Couily. 

R itlaiid 

Springs R ilaud 

Chit enden 

l-.ssex 

O range 

Oraugc 

Aitdisou 



Dniibv Rut 

Danl.V Four Corners Mm 
Danville C .l,Mi 



lolieitson; Derby Line 
K.iskl Dorset 
Shelby Dover 
Hopkins I Dummerstown 



ington 



Hi 



)S.:ii 



Shelby 
Grayson 



Sour Sprinc 
SowelPs lilu 
South Sulphi 
Spear's Mill 



Sprin-field 
Spring Hill 
Springville 
S luaw Creek 
Stafford's Point 
Stark Grove 
Starkesville 
StarrviUe 
Station Creek 
Steele's Creek 
Stephensville 
Stover's >■< Roads 
Stewart's Creek 



age 



Sulphur Bluff 

Sumpter C. \\. 

Sutherland Springs 

Swartout 

Sweeten 

Sweet Home 

Taos 

Tarkington Prairie 

Tarrant 

Tell CO 

Ton Mile Henderson 

Tennessee Colony Anderson 

Tewockony Springs Limestone 

Texanna Jackson 

Tiswell's Ci 

Timber Croc 



Lamar 

Cherokee 

Upshur 

Marion 

Cass 

Comal 

Titus 

Ctildwell 

Fannin 

Hunt 



Limestone 

Navarro 

Wood 

Erath 

Fort Bend 

McLennan 

Lamar 

Smith 

Coryell 

Limestone 

Erath 

Kaufman 

Denton 

Burnett 

Panola 

Fort Bend 

H pkins 

Cherokee 

Trinity 

Wilson 

Libertv 

Pauol'a 

Lavacca 

Navarro 

Liberty 

Hopkins 



Hunt 



Trinity Mills 
Troupe 
Troy 

Trait's Store 
Turner's Pl.;i 
Tuscaloosa 
Twin Sisters 



Union Brid--c 
l.'uionvilie 
Uv:ilde 

Valetta Rami 
Vallev 

Veal's Station 
Velaseo 
Victoria 
ViUaee Cnik 
Vine Grove 
Waco Villai:c 
Wakefield 
Waller's Stor* 
Wallings' Ker 
Wallisville 
Walnut Hill 
Warren 



Tyler 



Smith 

Freestone 

Shelby 

Kaufman 

Walker 

Blanco 

Smith 

Washington 

'ritu» 

Cas.- 

ilde 



Bar re 

Itarn; 



Jasper liast Berkshire 

Houston East Bethel 

lobertaon Ka.t lirooktield 

Madison East Burke 

Milam Kast Calais 

Ellis East Charleston 

AV ood East Clarendon 

Hopkins East Corinth 

ij l-^ast Crafts bury 

Washington! East 
De W: 



ettlement Bastrop Ea 



Yermoiit. 



Addison 

Albanv 

Alburg 

Alburg Springs 

Andover 

Arlington 

Athens 

Ascutneyville 

Baker's Field 

Barnard 

Barnet 

Barre 

Barton 

B rton's Landing 

BartonsviUe 

Bellows Falls 

Belvidere 

Bennington 



Co„nt,j. 

Addison 
Orleans 
Grand Isle 
Grand Isle 
Windsor 
Bennington 
Windham 
Windsor 
Franklin 
Windsor 
Caledonia 
Washington 
Orleans 
Orleans 
Windham 
Windham 
Lamoille 
Bennington 
Bennington Center Bennington 
Benson Rutland 

Benson's Landing Rutland 

Berkshire F-.ankliu 

Berlin Washington 

Bethel Windsor 

Bloomfleld Essex 

Bolton 
Bondville 
Bradford 
Bradford Center 
Braintree 
Brandon 
Brattleborough 
Bridge water 
Bridport 
Bristol 
UrookHeld 
Brookhne 
Brooksville 
Browniugton 
Brownsvillu 
Bniuswick 
Buck Hollow 
Burke 
Burlington 
Cabot 
Cady '3 Falls 



Ch 



Orange 
Orange 
range 
i:utlaud 
Windham 
Windsor 
Addison 
Addison 
Orange 
Windhain 
Addison 
Orleans 
Windsor 



UV! 

Dei 

uadalc..,., 

Parker Cambridge 
Brazoria Cambridgepor 



Victoria 


Canaan 






Washington 


Cavendish 


McLennan 


Center Rutland 


Freestone 


Charlotte 


Austin 


Chelsea 


Kusk 


Chester 


Chambers 


Chimnev Point 


Panola 


Chipiimn's I'oin 


Fannin 


Chittenden 



East Poultney 
East Putney 
East Randolph 
East Richford 
East Roxbury 
East Rupert 
East Sheldon 
East Thetford 
East Wall ingford 
East Warren 
Eden 

Eden Mills 
Elmore 
Enosburg 
Enosburg Falls 
Essex 

Factory Point 
Fairfai 
Fairfield 
Kairhaven 
Fairlee 



chville 



Georgia 

Georgia Plai 

Glover 

(irafton 

Granbv 

Grand"Isle 

(tranvillo 

Green River 

Greensboruu 

Uroton 

Guildhall 

(Juilford 

Guilford Cei 

Halifax 

Haueuck 

IJardwirk 



Benn 
Wii 

\\ indhaiH 

Washington 

Windsor 

Franklin 

W nisor 

Orange 

Caleilouia 

Washington 

Orleans 

Rutland 

Orange 

Orleans 

Bennington 

Franklin 

Franklin 

Franklin 

;li Orleans 

Caledonia 

Essex 

Franklin 

u Rutland 

Addison 

Washington 

Orange 

Rutland 

Windham 

Orange 

Franklin 

Washington 

Bennington 

Franklin 

Oranzo 

Rutland 

Washington 

Lamoille 

Lamoille 

LamoilU 

Franklin 

Franklin 

Chittenden 

Bennington 

Franklin 

Franklin 

Rutland 

Orange 

Win. ham 

Windsor 

Ad ;isou 

Franklin 

Rut' and 

Fr. nkiin 

n Wind.or 

Wind-or 

F.ankl'n 

FrankUn 

Orleans 

Windham 

Essex 

Grand Isle 

Addison 

■Windham 

Orleans 

Caledonia 

Essex 

Winoham 

r Windham 

Windham 

Audi**jn 

C iledftnis 

\Vinds.ir 

Wiadsor 

ir Corn-rs 

Windsor 

Be iningt.m 

Rutland 

Franklin 

Chi:t<ndea 

fir eaos 

Wiudhaoi 
Rutlanl 
Chittenden 
Lamoille 
Rutland 
RuU.»d 



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POS!: OFFICES VIKGINIA. 



Iraslnir? 
Isle LaMott 
Island Pond 
Jacksonville 



Larrabee's Point 

Lemington 

Lincoln 

Londonderry 

Lowell 

Lower Waterford 

Ludlow 

Lunenburg 

Lyndon 

Lyndon Center 

Mcludoe'3 Falls 

Manchester 

Marlborough 

M»".ihfield 

Mechanicsville 

Mendon 

Middlebury 

Middlesex 

Middletown 

Milton 

Monkton 

Montgomery 



County. 

Orleans 

Grand Isle 

Essex 

TVindhum 

Windham 

Orleans 

Lamoille 

Chittenden 

Chittenden 

Lamoille 

Chittenden 

Bennington 

Addison 

Addison 

Essex 

Addison 

Windham 

Orleans 

Caledonia 

Windsor 

Essex 

Caledonia 

Caledonia 

Caledonia 

Bennington 

Windham 

Washington 

Rutland 

Rutland 

Addison 

Washington 

Rutland 

Chittenden 

Addison 

Franklin 



Fosl Office. 



County. 



Mout, 



aery 



Center Frankli 



Montpelier 

More town 

Morgan 

Morristown 

Morrisville 

Mount Holly 

Xewarii 

Newbury 

New Haven 

New Haven Mills 

Newport 

North Bennington 

North Cambridge 

North Ch ster 

North Clarendon 

North Cral'tsbury 

Norrh Danville 

North Dorset 

North Daxbury 

North Enosburg 

North Fairfax 

Norih Ferrisburg 

Xorthfield 

North Greensboro' 

North Hartland 

North Hero 

North Hyde Park 

North Montpelier 

North Pownal 

North Randolph 

North Sheldon 

North .Sherburne 

North Springfield 

North Thctford 

North Trov 

North Tnnbridge 

North Wolcutt 

Norwich 

Orange 

Orwell 

l"ainesville 

I'antou 

I'assumaick 

Pawlet 

I'caeham 

Perk 



He 



eru 



s field 



Post >1ill Village 
I'oultney 



AVash 

Washington 

Orleans 

Lamoille 

Lamoille 

Rutland 

Caledonia 

Orange 

Addison 

Addison 

Orleans 

Bennington 

Lamoille 

Windsor 

Rutl; 

Orleans 

Caledonia 

Bennington 

Washington 

Franklin 

Franklin 

Addison 

Washington 

Orleans 

Windsor 

Grand Isle 

Lamoille 

Washington 

Bennington 

Orange 

Franklin 

Rutland 

Windi 



Orange 

Lamoille 

Windsor 

Orange 

Addison 

Chittenden 

Addison 

Caledo) 

Rutls 

Caledonia 

Win 

Beuninzton 

Rutland 

Rutland 

Washington 

Chittenden 

Windsor 

Windsor 

Windsor 

Orange 

Rutland 



Ripton 
Rochester 

kingham 
Koxbury 
Roy alt on 
Rupert 
Rutland 
Ryeirate 
Saint Albans 
Saint Albans Bay 
Saint George 
Saint Johnsbury 
Saint Johnsbiiry Center 
Cale 
St. Johnsbury East Cal- 



Addison 

Windsor 

Windham 

Washington 

Windsor 

BenninLCton 

Rutfand 

Caledonia 

Franklin 

Franklin 

Chittenden 

Caledonia 



Salisbury 
Sandgato 
Sandusky 

xe'sM.lls 
Saxtou's Ki' 
Searsburg 
Shaftsbury 
Sharon 
Sheffield 
She 



irn 



Addison 

Bennington 

Addison 

Franklin 

Windham 

Bennington 

Bennington 

Windsor 

Caledonia 

Chittenden 

Franklin 

Rutland 

Addison 

Rutland 

Windsor 

Windsor 

Washington 

Bennington 

Windham 

Caledonia 

Grand Isl 



Shelt 
Sherburne 
Shoreham 
Shrewsbury 
Simonsville 
Snow's Store 
South Barre 
South Dorset 
South Halifax 
South Hardwick 
South Hero 

South Londonderry Windham 
South Newberry 

South Pom fret Windsor 

Sir.ith Reading Windsor 

South Royalton Windsor 

South Ryegate Caledonia 

South Shaftsbury Bennington 
South Starksboro' Addison 
South Strafiord Orang 

South Walden Caledonia 

South Wallingford 
South Wardsboro' 
South Windham 
South Woodstock 
pringfield 



West Burke 

West Castleton 

West Charleston 

West Concord 

West Cornwall 

West Corinth 

West Danville 

West Derby 

West Dover 

West Dummcrston 

West Enosburg 

West Fairlee 

Westfield 

West ford 

West Georgia 

West Halifax 

West Hartford 

West Haven 

West JIarlborough 

West Milton 

M'estminstcr 

Westminster West 

West Newport 

Weston 

West Pawlet 

West Randolph 

West Rochester 

West Rupert 

West Rutland 

West Salisbury 

West Topsham 

West Townshend 

West Wardsboro' 

West Water lord 

Wey bride Lower FalU Addison 

Wheelock Caledonia 

White River Junction Windsor 



Rutland 



Stamford 

Starksboro' 

Stockbridge 

Stowe 

Stratford 

Stratton 

Sudbury 

Sunderland 

Sutherland Falls 

Sutton 

Swan ton 

S wanton Center 

Taftsville 

Thetford 

Thetford Center 

Tinmouth 

Topsham 

Townshend 

Troy 

Tuubridge 

Tyson Furnace 

Underhill 

Undcrhill Center 

Union Village 

Upper Falls 

Vcrgenues 

Vernon 

Vershire 

Victory 

WailshcM 



Windham 
Windsor 
Windsor 
Bennington 
Addison 
Windsor 
Lauic 

Orange 

Windham 

Rutland 

Beunin^ 

Rutland 

Caledoni 

Frankli 

Franklin 

Windsor 

Orange 

Orange 

Rutland 



Orb 

Orange 

Windsor 

Chittenden 

Chittei; 

O range 

AVindsor 

Addison 

Windham 

Orang 



Esse 



Wash 



;t.in 



fa River 



CaKdoni; 

Ruthind 

Orleans 

Essex 

Addison 

Orange 

Caledonia 

Orleans 

Windham 

Windham 

Franklin 

Orange 

Orleans 

Chittenden 

Franklin 

W indham 



Rutland 

Windham 

Chittenden 

Windham 

Windham 

Orleans 

Windsor 

Rutland 

Orange 

Windsor 

Bennington 

Rutland 

Addison 

Orange 

Windham 

Windham 

Caledonia 



Whiting 

Whittiugham 

Williamstown 

Williamsville 

Williston 

Willoughby Lake 

Wilmington 

Windham 

Windmill Point 

Windsor 

Winooski Falls 

Winhall 

Wolcott 

Woodbury 

Woodford' 

Woodstock 

Worcester 



Addison 

Windham 

Orange 

Windham 

Chittenden 

Orleans 

Windham 

Windham 

Grand Isle 

Windsor 

Chittenden 

Benning'on 

Lamoille 

Washington 

Bennington 

Windsor 

Washington 



Yiisliiia. 



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Waldeu 
Wallingford 
Wardsboro' 
Warren 
Washington 
Waterl.ury 
Waterburv 
Waterford 
Walerville 
Wealhcrsii Ii 
Weatliersfiel. 
IWi-lls 



Caledonia 

Rutland 

Windham 



ingtou 



t^ucc("hy 



r Washuigton 

Lamoille 
Windsor 
iter Windsor 
Rutland 
Oran^^c 
Add- 
Orb 



Puxt Office. 

Abb's Valley 
Abingdon 
Accomack C II 
Accokeck 

Acorn Hill 

Aciiuinton 

Afton 

Aldie 

Alexandria 

AlleghanvSprit 

Allen's Creek 

Alma 

Alone 

Alta Vista 

Alto 

Allum Spring"; 

Ambler's Jlills 

Amelia C H 

Amherst C H 

A missy ill e 

Amsterdam 

An an dale 

Andrews 

Anna 

Apperson'a 



Ashland 
A»pen Gro 
Aspen Wnl 
As-iiinoosic 



Count 

Tazewell 

Washingtoi 

Accomack 

Staflord 

Fairfax 

Frederick 

King William 

Loudoun 



Ale 



idrii 



Auburn i u 

Auburn Mills H 

tinviUe , ■ 

tralia Nans 

on Pittsy 

ett's King W 

Hill 1- 

Bachelor's Hall Pittsy 

Buck Creek Valley Fn 

con's Castle 

ilevsburg 
Balcony Falls Rock 

Ballsville Pov 

Baptist Valley Ta 

Barhoursville 
Barhamsville 
Barkesdale 
Barren Springs 
Barter Brook 
Batesville 
Bath Alum li 

Bath Court House 
Bay View Northamr 

Beileton Fau>, 

Beaver Dam Depot 
Beech Springs 
Belfast Mill's 
Bel llair Mills 



Ne 



Albe 



H:. 



Bell's Cross Roads 
Belmont 
Belmede Mills 
Bent Creek 
Bentivoglio 
Bent Mountain 



Loi 



Powhatan 

Appomattox 

Albemarle 

Roauoka 

Brnnsu 



Ben 



gs Montgomery 

Amherst 

Pag 

Rockbridg 

Russcl 

Louisa 

Rockbridge 

Louisa 

Anicl 



S potts V 
f'h:irli 



Campbell 

Nelson 

Hanovir 

Pittsy Ivitnin 

Charl. 



Berger's Store Pittsy 1 
Berlin Southar: 

Berry's Ferry ( 

Berryville 

Bestland 1 

Bicklev'sMills R' 

Big Islind Bi 

Bigler's Mills 
Big Lick R '■ 

Big Meadow '■'i. 

Big Rock T-.'/' 

Big Spring Pocali 

Big Spring Depot Mont(;o 
Big Stone Gap 
Black Heth Cheste 

Blacks and Whites Nott 
Blacksburg Moutg.- 

Black Walnut U- 

Blackwater S 

Bloomfield Ij"' 

Bloomsburg H 

Blossom Hill Prince- 
Blue Ridge Bo: 
Blue Spring 
Blue Stone 
Bluff Bridge 
Blunt's Depot 
Body Camp 
Bolington 
Bombrook 
Bonsack's 
Boone's Mills 
Both wick 
Boston 
Botetourt Springs H 
BowensviUe ^ F.i; 
Bowers SuuiIku 
Bowler's ' 
Bowling Green C . 
Bowman's Mills Rockm 
Bovd's Tavern AH 
BoVdton Meckb 
Boykin-s Depot Soutbui 
Brancl.ville 

HrandonChurch Pr)nci(. 
Itii.duav Depot Rock In 
i;,-,n,dN Station Cul 

I'.r.Mid V « ine Faii 

llr., kluridg 



Ta, 

Waih 

Souths 

I! 

L.. 

Fv: 

Rn 

Fr. 
Din^ 

Cnl 



lie 



Soulh.impt. nl Brook Xc 



Fl 
Prince W 

Lunenl.urg* 
r.: 1 !.i « atcr Rockingham (>i 

lU n",- Creek Grayson" 

Itrislcrsburij Fan 

Bristoe Station PrinecWi 
Bradford vSi 

Broad Run l<oi 

Broad Run Slation Fu. 
Broadway Depot Uockn 
Brockcnburg Spott-,v 
Brookl 



POST OFFICES VIRGINIA. 



65 



Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


owne Hill 


Wythe 


Clifton Forge 


Alleghany 


ownsburi; 


Rockbridge 
Albemarle 


Clover Creek 


Highland 


own's Cove 


Cloverdale 


Botetourt 


ucetown 


Frederick 


Clover Depot 


Halifax 


uingtoa K 


n"- and Queen 


Clover Oreen 


Spottsylvania 


ickingham CH 


Buckingham 


Clover Valley 


Mason 


Jckingham iMi 




Coal Hill 


Goochland 


icklaud Prince William 


Cobb's Creek 


Matthews 


ickton 


Warren 




Albemarle 


lenaVistaFurn 


aceRockbridg 


Cold Spring 


Carroll 


iffalo Pond 


Washington 


Cold Stream 


Hampshire 


iflalo Springs 


Amherst 


Cole's Ferry 


Charlotte 


iford's 


Bedford 


CoUerstown 


Rockbridge 




Goochland 


Collinsville 


Frederick 


nker Hill 


Bedford 


Columbia 


Fluvanna 


rgess' Store Xo 


rthumhcrland 


ColumbiaFurnace Shenandoah 


impass 


Louisa 


Columbia Grove 


Lunenbur? 




Marion 


Coman'sWell 


Sussey 


rke's Garden 


Tazewell 


Comer's Rock 


Grayson 


irke's Mills 


Augusta 


Comorn 


King George 
Campbell 


irke's Station 


Fairfax 


Concord Depot 


rkesville 


Nottoway 


Confluence 


Warren 


rnt Ordinary 


James City 
Brunswick 


Conrad's Store 


Rockingham 


rntviUe 


Contrary 


Buchanan 


rwell'sBay 


Isle of Wight 


Cool Well 


Amherst 


rr Hill 


Orange 


Coopers 


Franklin 


bbage Farm 


Mecklenburg 


Cootes' Store 


Rockingham 


bin Point 


Surry 


Copper Hill 


Floyd 


dy's Tuuuell 


Bath 


Copper Valley 




Cumberland 


Cotton Hill 


Favette 


ledonia 




County Line Mills I/enry 


Ifee's Ferry 


Pulaski 


Covesville 


Albemarle 


Uaghan's 


Allegany 


Covington 


Alleghany 


Hands 


Pittsylvania 


Cowpasture Brie 


ge 


mpbell CU 


Campbell 


Crab Orchard 


Wythe 
Oraig 


nicello 


Kockbridge 


Craig's Creek 


ney Hollow 


Lee 


Craig's Mills 


Washington 


peville 


Northampton 


Craigsville 
Cranberry Plain 


Augusta 


ppahosie 


Gloucester 


Carroll 


pper'3 Spring 


Frederick 


Craney 


Wyoming 


rlton'sStore K 


ingandQueen 


Crichton's Stor 


Brunswick 


rron Furnace 


Fraiklin 


CriglesviUe 


Madison 


n-sville 


Isle of Wight 


Crimea 


Dinwiddie 


j-sonviUe 


Grayson 


Croftsville 


Tazewell 


rter's Bridge 


Albemarle 


Cross Keys . 


Rockingham 


rtersville 


Cumberland 


Crow's 


Alleghany 
Louisa 


scade 


Pittsylvania 


Cuokooville 


stle Craig Campbell 
stleman's Ferry Clark 


Culpeper C. H. 


Culpeper 


Cumberland CH 


. Cumberland 


-stleton 


Culpeper 


Curdsville 


Buchingham 


tawba 


Roanoke 


Cypress Island 


Alleghany 


tlett 


Fauquier 


D gger's Springs Botetourt 


VJ& 


Roanoke 


DanielsviUe 


Spottsylvania 
Pittsvlvania 


Tazewell 


Danville 


dar Creek 


Frederick 


Darlington Hights 


dar Fork 


Caroline 


P 


rince Edward 


dar Grove Mills Kockbridge 


Davis' Mills 


Bedford 


dar Point 


Page 


Davis' Store 




Idar Springs 


Wythe 
Buckingham 


DawsonvlUe 


Greene 


Qtenarv 


Dayton 


Rockingham 


ntral Plains 


Fluvanna 


Deatonsillfl 


Amelia 


ntral Point 


Caroline 


Deep Creek 


Norfolk 


nter Cross 


Essex 


Deerfield 


Augusta 


Qterville 


Fairfax 


Diamond Grove 


Brunswick 


alk Level 


Pittsylvania 
Bedford 


Diana Mills 


Buckingham 


amblissburg 


Dickinson's 


Franklin 


ancellorsviUe 


Spottsylvania 
Fairfax 


Dickensonville 


Russell 


antiUy 
apel Hill 


Dick's Creek 


Tazewell 


Fluvanna 


Dinwiddle C. II 


Dinwiddie 


arlemont 


Bedford 


Disputanta Prince George 


arles City H 
arlotteCH 


Charles City 


Doe Hill 


Highland 


Charlotte 


Double Bridge 


Lunenburg 
Goochland 


arlottesville 


Albemarle 


Dover Mills 


atham Hill 


Smyth 


Dovesville 


Rockingham 


erry Grove 


Rockingham 
Bedford 


Drake's Branch 


Charlotte 


esnut Fork 


DranesviUe 


Fairfax 


ester 


Chesterfield 


Draper's Valley 


Pulaski 


ester Gap 




Drapersville 


Meeklenberg 


eucoteague Island j^ccomac 


DrewryviUe 


Southampton 


ickahominy 


Hanover 


Dry Valley 


Montgomery 
Pulaski 


ildress's Store 


Montgomery 


Dublin 


ilesburg 


Caroline 


Dug Spur 


Carroll 


ncoteague 


Accomack 


Dumfries P 


•ince William 


•istianburg 


Montgomery 


Dunnsville 


Essex 


HstiausviUe 


Mecklenburg 


Dufree'sOldStu 


■u Charlotte 


bckatuck 


Mausemond 


Durrettsville 


Richmond 


ula Depot 


Amelia 


Dyer's Store 


Henry 


:urchland 


Norfolk 


Dye's Mill 

Earlevsville 
East Liberty 


Fairfax 


brch View 


Middlesex 


Albemarle 


ti-chviUe 


Augusta 


Page 


IcleviUe 


Loudoun 


East River 


Mercer 


y Point 


Prince George 


Edenburg 


Shenandoah 


remont Wharf Surry 


Edge Hill 


King George 


Tk's Creek 


Patrick 


Edmunds 


Brunswick 


rksville 


Mecklenburg 


Edna Mills 


Charles City 


ty OH 


Clay 


Edom 


Rockingham 


yville 


Hampshire 


Eggleston Sprini> 


3 Giles 


lar Branch 


Washington 


Elamsville 


Patrick 


[ar Fork 


Tazewell 


Eldorado 


Culpeper 


lek's Mills 


Bath 


Elk Creek 


Grayson 


Tt Mills 


Fauquier 


Elk Run 


Fauquier 


fton 


King George 


ElIiBvillo 


L Louisa 



Post Offic 



County. 



Emaus Bedford 

Emory Washington 

Enfield King William 

Erin Shades Henrico 

Estillvjlle Scott 

Etna Hanover 

Evansport Prince William 
Evergreen Appomattox 

Faber's Mills Nelson 

Fairfax Court House Fairfax 
Fairfax Station Fairfax 

Fairfield Rockbridge 

Falls Church Fairfax 

Falmouth Stafford 

Fancy Gap Carroll 

Fancy Grove Bedford 

Fancy Hill Rockbridge 

Farmer's Grove Southampton 
Farmville Prince Edward 

Farmwell Loudoun 

B'arnham Richmond 

Fifes Goochland 

Fincastle Botetourt 

Fine Creek Mills Powhatan 
Finney's Mills Amelia 

Fishersville Augusta 

Five Oaks Tazewell 

Flat Head Floyd 

Flint Hill Rappahannock 

Fleetwood Academy 

King and Queen 
Flippo's Caroline 

Floyd CH Floyd 

Fluke's Botetourt 

Ford's Depot Dinwiddie 

Forest Depot Bedford 

Forestville Shenandoah 

Forkland Nottoway 

Forks of Buffalo , Amherst 
Forksville Mecklenburg 

Fork Union Fluvanna 

Fort Blackimore Scott 

Fort Furnace Shenandoah 

Foxville Fauquier 

Francisco's Mills Craig 

Franklin Depot Isle of Wight 
Franktown Northamptoi, 

Frazer's Store Spottsylvania 
Fredericksburg Spottsylvania 
Frederickshall Louisa 

Freeshado Middlesex 

Free tFuion Albemarle 

French Hay Hanover 

Friendship Fairfax 

Front Royal Warren 

Fulkerson Scott 

Gainesboro' Frederick 

Gains («! Roads Rappahannock 
Gainesville Prince William 
Gait's Mills Amherst 

Garland's Albemarle 

Garrisonville Stafl'ord 

Gary's Store Buckingham 

Garysville Prince George 

Gen. Banks' Headqr's 
Genito Powhatan 

Germanna Orange 

Gholsonville Brunswick 

Gibsonville Russell 

Gilboa Louisa 

Gilmore's Mills Rockbridge 
Gill's Creek Franklin 

Gishe's Mills Roanoke 

Glade Hill Franklin 

Gladesboro' Carroll 

GladeSpringDcpot Washington 
Glady Fork Pittsylvania 

Glebe Cottage Alexandria 

Glenmore Buckingham 

Glenn's Gloucester 

Glenwood Rockbridge 

Gloucester C. H. Gloucester 
Gogginsville Franklin 

Gold Hill Buckingham 

Goochland C. H. Goochland 
Goodson Washington 

Good View Bedford 

Goodwynsville Dinwiddie 

Gordonsville Orange 

Goresville Loudoun 

Goshen Bridge Rockbridge 
Graham's Forgo Wythe 

Gravel Hill Buckingham 

Gravel Spring Frederick 

Grave's Mill Madison 

Grayson C. H. Grayson 

Grayson Sulphur Springs 

Carroll 
Greasy Creek iFloyd 

Great Bridge Norfolk 

Green Bay Prince Edward 

Greenfield Nelson j 



Post Offict 

Green Hill 

Green Level 

Green Moun 

Green Plain 

Green Valle. 

Greenville 

Greenwood Depot 

Griffinsburg 

Grove Hill 

Grove Landing 

Groveton Pr 

Grundy 

Guest's Station 

Guilford 

Guilford Station 

Guiney's 

Gulford 

Gum Springs 

Gunville 

Hadensville 

Hadlock 

Hague \1 

Hale's Ford 

Haleysburg 

Half- Way House 

Halifax C. H. 

Hallsborough 

Hambaugh's 

Hamburg 

Hamilton 

Hampden Sidney College 

Prince Edward 
Hampstead King Georg'! 

Hampton Elizabetli 

Hanover CH. Hanover 

Hansonville Russell 

Happy Creek Station Warren 
Hardwicksville Nelson 

Hargrove's Tavern Nansemond 
Harmony Halifax 

Harmony Village Middlesex 
Harris Louisa 

Harrisonburg Rockingham 



County. 

Campbell 

Southampton 

Rockingham 

Southampton 

Bath 

August:* 

Albemarle 

Culpeper 

Page 

James City 

ince William 

Buchanan 

Russell 

Aceonjack 

Loudoun 

Caroline 

Nelson 

Louisa 

Henry 

Goochland 

Northampton 

.Vestmorelan.l 

Franklin 

Lunenburg 

York 

Halifax 

Chesterfield 

Warren 

Shenandoah 

Loudoun 



Hartwood 
Harvey's Store 
Hat Creek 
Haye's Store 
Hay Market Pr 
Head Waters 
Healing Springs 
HeathsvilleC. H. 

Northumberland 



Stafford 
Charlotte 
Campbell 
Gloucester 
ce William 
Highland 



Hendrick's Mills 
Hendrick's Store 
•Henry 

Henry's Mills 
Hermitage 
Herndon 
Hickory Flats 
Hickory Fork 
Hickory Ground 
Hicksford 
Hicksville 
Hightown 
High View 
Hill Grove 
Hillsborouch 
Hillsville " 
Beckett's Bottom 
Holcombe's Rock 
Holston 
Holston Bridge 
Holston Springs 
Holy Neck 
Homeland 
Hope Mills 
Horeb 
Horntown 
Horse Pasture 
Hot Springs 
HowardsvlUe 
HovsvilU 
Huffville 
Hughesville 
Hunter's Mill 
Hyco 

Hyco Falls 
Hydraulic Mills 
Independence 
Independent Hill 

Prince William 



Russell 

Bedford 

Sussex 

Halifax 

Augusta 

Fairfax 

Lee 

Gloucester 

Norfolk 

Greenville 

Tazewell 

Highland 

Frederick 

Pittsylvajiia 

Loudoun 

Carroll 

Amherss 

Bedford 

Washington 

Scott 

Nansemond 

Culpeper 

Pag« 

Bedford 

Accomack 

Henry 

Bath 

Albemarle 

Loudoun 

Loudoun 
Fairfax 
Halifax 

Albemarle 
Graysou 



Indian Valley 

Irishburg 

Ironville 

Isle of Wight 

Issequcanc 

Ivor 

Ivy Depot 

Ive's Store 

Jackson 

Jackson's Ferry Wytha 

Jacob's Church Shenando»l» 



Floyd 

Tazewell 

Isle of Wight 

Goochland 

Sonthamptou 

Albcmarla 

Princess Annt 



60 




POST OFFICES — vmaiNiA, 


1 


roKl Offloe. 


COMHtV. 


I'oiit OJUct. 


County. 


I' out OJUco. 


County. 


Poit Ojfflce. County. 


Jamaica 


Mlddle«r=A 


LovettHvIIle 


Loudoiin 


Mount Airy 


PlttKylvanla 


Overalls Warret 


Jorratt'B 


Slll<»KX 


Loving Creek 


JJedford 


Mount Alhos 


Campbell 


Owl ICuu Fau'iuiri 


arroM'H Vull<-; 


UiilolKh 


Lovlng«ton 


N'lHon 


Mount Carmel 


Halifax 


i'addy's Mills Shenandoal 


JoffcMou 


I'owhattun 


Lowry 


Hedford 


Mount Clifton 


Shenandoah 


Palnesvllle Amelli 


.f«fl«r«onton 


Oul,,.= ,..r 


Lownvillo 


NelBon 


Mount Clinton 


ICocklugbam 


Paint Lick Tazewell 


J«irr«»»' Ht.jre 


Nottoway 


Lunenburg C If 


Lufienl.urg 


Mount Crawforl 


Palmer'sSprlngs Mecklenbur| 


.(.;n.ilnK»' Oan 


\»H\i*\.u 


Lurav 
Lyell'« 8tor 


Page 


Mount Ollead 


Loudon 


Palmyra Flu van nl 


.l«niili>K«' Ordinary Nutloway 


Kichmond 


Mount Hope 


Mecklenburg 


Palo Alto Highland 


.).:ru«al.riii 


Kouthuia[jton 


Lynehbnrg 


Campbell 


Mount Iloreb 


Nelson 


Pamplin'B J'rinee lidwar* 


.J.a.-r vill.j 


Am«lla 


Lvnnvllle MIIIn 
MeDonald-BMlIlD 


Franklin 


Mount Jack«on 


Shenandoah 


Parham's Store Sussej 


.lol,n;-!i,»'HHl.rlnK OoocIiIuikI 


Montgomery 


Mount Landing 


Kssex 


Paris Fau.julei 


JollIlBOUlOWIl 


Norll.ami.lon 


MeDowell 


Highland 


Mount Laurel 


Hallfa> 


Parnassus August! 


.loiii:>il>uniu|/l> 


liruij«w..:l! 


Mel'arlaud's 


Lunenburg 


Mount Meridian 


Augusta 


Partlow'B Spottsylvanil 
Patrick H Patrick 


.)uil.«vill.: 


\..-i- 


Mi-<;!..h.y«ville 


K.jekingham 


Mount Olive 


Shenandoal. 


.)(i><Mrvllln 


Mi;';klonh,.rc 


.MeMulli„'«Mill 


«;reene 


Mount Pierce 


Fairfax 


Patrick Springs • 


.lum;tio,. 


Uunov<:r 


Maek'f) Meadow 


Wythe 


Mount I'lcasant 


Kpottsvlvanla 
AuguHta 


Pattonsburg Uotetour 


.Iiiiiotiou Ktor'; 


Uoti:touri 


Macon 


Powhatan 


Mount Sidney 


Pattonsvllle Scot* 


KaH.v"« 


J5.!dford 


MadixonOII 


MadiBon 


Mount Solon 


Augusta 


Paw Paw Hottom Cabel 


Kockinnhum 


Madison Milln 




Mount Vernon Tannery ' 


Peach Bottom G raysoi 


/C.ll>«villi) 


(Julpopor 


MadiKon Kiui Htu 


Hon Orange 




Frederick 


Peach Grove Fairfal 


K<n,|,.|vl)l« 


l'rlnc«B8 Aun« 


Maiden Hprlng 


Tazewell 


Mountvllle 


Loudoun 


PeaksvUIo Bedford 




IlrunHwick 


Mallory'»Vord 
MaloneKvlTle 


Orang« 
Dinwiddle 


Mount Vinco 


Buckingham 


Pcarlsburg Gllel 
Pedlar's SfUls Amber* 


K!-r'r"'«'Or««k 


Jlockhrldijo 
1, AlbcmarL 


Mount Zion 


Campbell 


K.;HWH;k'riDcp« 


Manai.«a« I'ri 


nee William 


Mouth of Wllso 


1 Grayson 


Pembcrtou Goochland 


K.,y»vill« 
ICllmarnook 


Charlotte 


Manohcoter 


CheBtertleld 


Moyiirhoeffer'fl 
Mulberry Inn 


Store 


Pembroke Gilei 


Lancaxti-r 


Mangohiek 


King William 


Uinwiddie 


Pembroke Springs Frederick 


IClmborlln 


Oih^D 


Manii borough 


Amelia 


Murrlll's Shop 


Nelson 


Penhook Franklin 


King and Qnctn 


0. H. 


Mandlcid 


Louisa 


Museville 


I'ittsylvanla 


Pcnn'B Store Patrick 


K 


Inland Qouon 


Marengo 


Mecklenburg 


Muster round 


Scott 


Penola Carol iol 


l.'iti|;nvillii 


Nai.i-.Mi.ond 


Marion 


Smyth 


Nail -B 


Franklin 


Poola Mills MadiaoB 


KiiiK vviiiiiiKi (; 


II. 


Markham Htallon 


Fau.iuler 


Nash'fl Ford 


Uussell 


Perklnsvllle Goochlaad 




KioK Willia.n 


MarkHville 


i'age 


Natural Ilrldge 


Uockbrldge 


Pctersburgh Oinwlddif 


l<ill»>ll<! 


W..;.Ui.on-land 


Martin'HMill.i 


NelBon 


Natural Tunnel 


Scott 


Peter's Creek Patrick 


i: irk wood 


(;arolln.; 


Martinsville 


Jlcnry 
Camnbefl 
Amhernt 


Nealsco Mills 1 


rlnco William 


Peytonsburg Pittsylvanll 


i:nol< 


Taiijwcll 


Mary«ville 


Nebraska 


A ppumattox 


Philomunt Loudoua 


l-acv HprinK 
l-a /''ayotte 


UockinKham 


Ma«on'» iJepot 


Noersvllle 


Loudoun 


Piedmont Station Fau.julei 
Pieroevllle U.Alori 


WontgoH.ory 


MaHHunutton 


Page 


Negro Foot 


JIanover 


l-a FavtUeJIill 
J-ak«Druinmond 


I'lovunna 


MttHBlu'u Mlll/i 


NeUon 


Nelson's Station Nelaoo 


Pigeon Run Campltll 


Norfolk 


MatamoraB 


Montgomery 


Now IJaltlmore 


Fauouier 
Pulaski 


PigKlver Franklin 


l-aucanttTC. U. 


Lancastwr 


Matlpony HpottHylvania 


Nowburn 


Pino Spring Kuiscll 
Pino View Faui|uie» 


l.andofl'romiW! 


I'rh.c.jKH Anne 


Matoax 


Amelia 


New iirlghton 


Fauijuler 


IjauuHvilli; 


King William 


Matthow'uC. II. 


MatthewH 


New Canton 


liuckiugham 


Piper's Oai) Currol 
Pittsylvania C II PittsylvanUl 
Plain View King anJ (/ue<a 


l,a»Kl'7 
l,;u,.l,>4wn I 


Fairfax 


Mayo 


Halifax 


Newcastle 


linco William 


M-.yo Forge 


Patrick 


New Church 


Accom^'k 


l,;inU'» AlilU 


Hhonandoah 


Meadow Creek 


OravBon 
Highland 


New Oarden 


Kussoll 


Plantcrsville Luuenburj 


I.UO'I'I 


WashinKlon 


Meadow Dale 


New Olasgow 


Amherst 


Pleasant Gap Pittsylvania 


l,aiir.l I'Vilk 


Carroll 


MeadowHofUau 


J'atrick 


New Hampden 


Highland 


PloBsant Grove Lun.:nbur« 


l,:iiiii:l <;rov<i 


l-ilUylvaoia 


Meadville 


Halifax 


New Hope 


AuguBta 


Pleasant Oaks Brunswicl 


l,aor<'] lllll 


l,un.nl,org 


MeehanicHburg 


OIlCB 


New Kent C H 


New Kent 


Pleasant Uidgo Princess Anna 


l,;iun;l MillH Kai>i.al.a..nool( 


MeehanluHville 


LoulBa 


NewLon.lon 


Campbell 


Pleasant Shade Greeuvilla 


l.awri'n<!«vill(j 


llrnnitwlok 


Meehum'HJtiver 


Albemarle 


New Marke 


Skenandoah 


Poindoxter's Store Louisa 


I,.;ak«vlll« 


I'ago 


MelroM« 


Uoeklngham 


NewPlyn.outh 


Lunenburg 


Point Hope Grayson 


l.caUi«rwood'« Storu Ilonry 


Mendola 


Washington 


Newport 


Giles 


Point Isabel Uiehmond 


licbunon 


KUHHCII 


MoHBongo 


Accomack 


News Ferry 


Halifax 


Point of KoekMillsOumberlani 


l-oba»ori Cliiir«l 


Hhiwiundoah 


Mutompkin 


Accomack 


Newsom's Depo 


Southampton 


Point Truth Kuatell 


l-obanon White,'' 


ulphiir 


Meyerhoeffer'H Store 


New Store 


lluckiugham 


Pomona Loudoun 


[HprlngK 


^"^wir^ 




Kock Ingham 


Newtown K 


Ingand (^uoen 


Pond Gap Augusta 
Pond's Shop Southampton 


l.ccomptoii 


Middlebrook 


Augusta 


Newtown Stejdi 


ensburg^ 


I.BBUburK 


Loudon 


Middleburg 


Loudoun 




Frederick 


Poplar Mount GreeuvilU 


l.uonvilU 


Cam 1)1.1:11 


Ml. Ml., M.,untain 


Craig 
Frederick 


New Upton 


Gloucester 


Port Conway King Georga 
Port Republic Kockiughom 


lison 


Madu-,.,.. 


Middle l..,wn 


NewvUlo 


Sussex 


l-otchcr 


r.atli 


Ml.l|..thian 


Cheaterlleld 


Nlokelsville 


Soott 


Port Hoy al Carol iaa 


l,.iv«l<Jr..«n 


CraiK 


Midway 
Mil ford 


Craig 


Nineveh 


Warren 


Portsmouth Norfolk 


l.dwln'HKlore 


SpoltHyUanla 


Caroline 


Nomlny Grove 


Westmoreland 


Potomac Furnace Loudoun 


I.Kwiavillu 


ItrunHwiflk 


Mllboro' Springs 


Jlath 


Non-Intorveullou Lunenburg 


Pound Russell 


l,i>ilnKlon 


Jtockbrldg,, 


Milldale 


Warren 


Norfolk 


Norfolk 


Powelltcn Brunswick 


l.iborty 


Jludford 


Miller'BTavern 


Kssox 


North Knd 


Matthews 


Powhattan G H Powhatan 


Mlierly Kiitnace 


.Shenandoah 


Mill Gap 


Highland 


North Fork 


W..hlngton 


Price's Factory Washington 


l„nd«n 


Warren 


Mlllington 


Albemarle 


North Garden 


A be marie 


PrIde'sChurch Amelia 


l.lnlioii 


llMdford 


Millvlew 


Fauquier 


North Mayo 


Henry 


PrIlliman'B Franklin 


l,lltl.:I>lyirioutl. 


KIng&Oueun 


MiUville WoBtmoreland 


North View 


Giles 


Prince Edward OH 


I.illlo \lU,:r 


Floyd 


Millwood 


Clark 


Northwest Kiv 


•r Ilridge 

Norfolk 


Prince Edward 


l.iltioU.n 


HUKHOJI 


MintHprlnif 


AuguMta 




Prince George C II 


I.Hwalton 


Laneanler 


MItchull'B. Station Cul|>ei.«r 


NottowayCbape 


Soulbami-ton 


Prince Georga 


Moyd. 


KnHex 


Mook'aMlllH 


Waahlngton 


Nottoway C 11 


Nottoway 


PrlnocM AnneC II 


l-ookl«»«n 


Lunenburg 
Ooouhland 


MudoBt'J'uwn 


Accomack 


Oakdale 


Uockbrldge 


Princess Anna 


l.ooh Lomond 


MoffatfB Creek 


Auguata 


Oak Grove 


Westmoreland 


Proctor's Creek Chesterfield 


l.ooniit Huttoro 


jtotetourt 


Moniukou 


Lanottster 


Oak Level 


Henry 


Prospect Prince Kdward 


l.oaiiatareck 


LouUn 


Monmouth 


Uock bridge 


Oaklev 
Oak Park 


Mecklenburg 


ProspeotHIU Fairfaa 


!,.)<: lint I)al« 


MaillKon 


Montagu* 


l<:.Bex 


Madison 


Providence Hallfa* 


l,.,n>iHtOrov« 


Orang., 


Montoroy 


Highland 


Oak Shade 


Culjwper 


Prunty'B Henr* 

Pungutottgue Accomack 


I.OOOHtlllll 


MlddluKex 


Montgomery Hpr 


Zntgomory 
llanover 


Oakville 


Appomattox 


l,M<:u«t I,.!VC'l 


LouIhu 




Oak Woods 


Orange 


Puroellville Loudoun 


l,o.;»«l Mount 


Aicomack 


Montpoller 


Oatlands 


Loudoun 


Uuillinsville Scott 
llacooon For.l Culpepaf 


l.'XriiHtvllU 


" 


Moniro.B WuBtmoroUud 


Ooooiiuau I 


rinco William 


l.odi 


Wuihington 


Mooro'B Ordinary 




Old Church 


Hanover 


Randolph Macon C.l lege 

Mecklenbulf 


l>odore 


Amelia 


1'. 


Ince Kdward 


Oldham's M Kuads 


liOin hardy (Jrovt 


Meeklonburg 


Mooro'B Store 


Shenandoah 




Westmoreland 


Rapid Ann Station Culpepar 
Rapp's Mills Rocklrldgt 


London Itrldge 


I'riueoMAnno 


Moreman'H Kiver 


Albemarle 


Old Hickory 


llotetourt 


Loa« I'inn 


Rudford 


MorritJIIII 


Alleghany 


Old Point Comfort I-Jlltabeth 


Raien's Ne.t Washin«to» 


l,MiK Hranoh 


Fraukllu 


Morrlionvllle 


Loudoun 


Olympla 


Smyth 


Roctortowu Station Fnuuulaf 


l.'>nK<Jrv»k 


LoulHa 


Morrl.Ohureh 


Campbell 


Omega 


Halifax 


Rod Itauk lUlllaE 


I.onK (lludc 


ArgUHta 


Morrl.vllle 


Fau.iuler 


Onancurk 


Acoomack 


Rod Crook Ran.lolph 


LouRWOod 


Ko'kbrldgu 


Morven^ _ 


Amelia 


Orange C II 


Orange 


Rod House ('hu.l..ue 


l,or«nzovnie l'o> 


ndrv 


MoBBlngford 

MoBB >r»«k 


(!liarlottu 


Orange SprlngH 




Rod Oak Grove Clu.ih.ite 




KfioQBniloaii 


Caroline 


Orkney Sprlnga 


Shenandoah 


Reed Crook M' i.ry 


l,or«llo 


Frtxeji 


MoB.y Cr«ek 


Augusta 


Orleau 


Fauiiuler 
Auilierat 


Rehoboth Lun.hl.urg 


l.ottMhurK No 
l,oal»aCU 


rthuinb-rluiid 


Mountain FallB 


Frederick 


Oronuoo 


Ropubltcan Grove llalifas 
lUtrcat Franklin 


Luuina 


Mountain (Irovu 


Hath 


Oiburn'ii Furd 


Soott 


i.ovollaOrook 


Carroll 


Mountain IIoubo 


Alltgbany 


Otter Uridg* 


Hedford 


Rice Depot Prince Kdward 


l.omlr Mount 


Montgomery 


Mountain Luke 


Olloi 


Ottor mil 


Meoklouburg 


Kloe'l Store Westmoreland 


l.ovt'aMllli 


Wu.NiUKlon 


Muuulain Vl«w 


Craig 


OtUlblBO 


Kookiugham 


RlcevUle Pltlsylranla 



POST OFFICES — WEST VIRGINIA. 



rott 0/)ie 



County. 
Oulpopo; 



iohardavill 

ichlancl 

lohmond Uuarloo 

ioh Patch AUeRliftny 

idgewiiy Honry 

InKKoliI IMUeylvunii 

oanoko Red Sulphur 

[Springs Roanok 

oaring Run Botetourt 

oberfs Mills Ncl 

oohollo Miidison 

ockbridKo Bivths Roekbridgu 
ook Oastlu Patrick 

ock Farm Russell 

ook Fish Nelson 

ock Fish Depot 
Oakland Mills Augusta 

Rappahanook 



k Mills 
ook Spring 
ooky Gap 
ooky Mount 
ooky Point 
ooky Point Mills 
oaky Station 
oiling Hill 
osedalo 
use Hill 
oselaud 
030 Lnvel 
3S0 Mills 
ough Creek 
Juud Hill 
Dund Meadows 
jyal Oaks 
iiokorsvillo 
iiral Retreat 
iissoH's Mills 
iissoUville 
uther Olen 
ye Covo 
yo Vallov 
yland's bopet 
lint Stephen's 
lint Stepli 



atriok 

Ta/.ewoll 

Franklin 

Scott 

Botetourt 

Loe 

Oh'irlotte 

Russell 

Loe 

Nelson 

Mccklonburgh 

Amherst 

Charlotte 

Jjoudoun 

Patrick 

Cumberland 

(Jreene 

Wythe 

tyler 

Scott 

Caroline 

Scott 

Smyth 

Greenville 

Fauquier 

Church 



Kingiin<lQ 
int Tammany Mecklenburg 

'. V iuoont "' -^ -■ ^ 

ilem 

ilem Faufju 

lit Creek 

dt Peter Cavo 

iltville 

duda 

tnders' Storo 

indidp;o's 



n.lv H„.,k 
M.ly I..,vcl 
ndy I'luins 
ndy River 
ngcrville 



tworoland 

Roanoke 

Fauquier 

Amherst 

Botetourt 

Washington 

Middlesex 

Rockbridge 

AmhersI 

Middlesex 

Rappahannock 

Pittsv Ivan ill 

fatrick 

Pittsylvania 

Aug 



ngstor's Station Fairfax 



Halifax 

Albemarli 

Northampton 

Alleghany 

Shenandoah 

Madison 

Smyth 

Franklin 



clfor 



Hill Goochland 

Wythe 
lo Montgomery 

lellvillo Montgomery 

enandoah Iron Works Page 
opard'a Grove Culpcpcr 

erando Augusta 

iloh King George 

mmonsville Oralg 

mpson's Floyd 

Bottom Smyth 

in Rockingham 
■■•■k. Craig 

r Chesterfield 



laron 



iking Cr 



ito Mills 


Raiipahannock 
New Kent 


itersvillo 


lithtield 


Isle of Wight 


lith'sCreo 


k Washington 


loky Ordin 


iry Briinnvick 


eadsvillo 


Washington 


Ickersville 


f/oudoun 


OW Cr.ek 


Franklin 


owviUe 


Pulaski 


mersct 


Orange 


nert/in 


N ansemonil 


morviUe 


ran.juiet 



PoKt OMce. 



County. 



Sontag Frankl 

South Anna Loui 

South Boston Depot Halifax 



South Hill 
South Quay 
Spanisli Oaks 
S parta 
Speedwell 
Sporry " 



M"oklenburg 

Nausomond 

Appomatti 

Carol i] 

Wythe 

Ranpahannock 



Spottsylvania 0.11 

iliottsylvftuia 
Appomattox 
Jl ioklonburg 



Spout Spring 
Spring Hill 



Spring Garden 
Spring Qrovo 
Spring Level 
Spring Valo 
Spring Valley 
Springvillo 
Spruce Hill 
Stafford C. H. 
Stafford's Store 
Staffordsvillo 
Stanardsvillo 



ttsylvani 

Surry 

Hanover 

Fairfax 

Grayson 

Tazewell 

Highland 

Stafford 

Giles 
Greono 

Starry Creek Franklin 

Staunton Augusta 

Staunton's Precinct 

Buckingham 
Stoelo'8 Tavern Augusta 

Stephenson's Depot Frederick 
Stevensburg Ciilpoper 

Stcveiisville King and Queen 
Stewart's Draft Augusta 

Stowartsvillu Bedford 

Stiokleysvillo Lee 

Stock Creek Scott 

S tone Mo u n tai n Carrol 1 

Stono Wall Mills Appomattox 
Stony Creek Warehouse Sussex 
Stony Cross Mecklenburg 

Stony Fork Amherst 

Stony Hill Richmond 

Stony Man Page 

Stony Point Albemarle 

Stony Point Mills Cuniberl 



Highland 

Shenandoah 

Augusta 

Brunswick 

Powhatan 

Nansemond 



Strait Creek 

Strasburg 

Stribling Springs 

Sturgeonvillo 

Sublctt's Tavern 

Sufl'olk 

Sugar Tree 

Summerdean 

Summer's 

Sunny Side 

Sunrise 

Surry C. H. 

Sussex C. H, 

therland 
Swansonvillo 

t Chalybeate 
Swift Run 

po's Depot 
Sydnorsvillo 
'l*ackett's Mill 
Taloott 
Tannor's Store 

Tappahannoek C. H. Kssox 
Taylor's Storo Franklin 

Tayli rsville Hanoyei 

TaiOrfcll C. H. Tazewell 

TomperanoeviUe Accomack 
Temploton Prinoe George 

Tenth Legion Rockingham 
fhaxton's Bedford 

Theological Seminary Fairfax 
The Plains Fauquier 

Thompson's X Roads Louisa 
Thompson's Valley Ta/,ewell 
'I'horn Hill Oranjfe 

Thornbiirg Spottsylvania 

Thornton's Depot Fairfax 

Thoroughfare Prince Will 



Augusta 

Rockbridge 

Cumberland 

Bat I 

Surry 

Sussex 

Pittsylvania 

Alleghany 

(Jreene 

Augusta 

Franklin 

Stafford 

Charlotte 

Mecklenburg 



Washington 

Rockbridge 

Rockingham 

Botetourt 



Shenandoah 
Appomattox 
Honry 



Sp: . 
Timber Ridgi 
Timbcrville 
Tinker Knob 
Todd's 
Tolersvllle 
Tom's Brook 
Tower Hill 
Traylorsvllle 
Trevillian'N Depot 
Tugglo'sGap i-atricK 

Tumbling Creek Tazewell 

Turkey Covo Lcc 

Tussokiah Lunenburg 

Twelve Polo Wayne 

Two Mile liraneh Smyth 

Twyman'sStore Spottsylvania 
Tyo River M'arehousn Ncl 
TumstalU New Kent 



Font OBlce 



River Du 



Nell 



union Furnaeo Patrick 

Union Hall Frankl 

Union Level Mecklenburg 

Union Mills Fluvanna 

UnionVillago Northumberland 
Unionvillo Orang 

Unison Loudoui 

University of Virginia 

Albemarli 



Uppervillo 
Urbaima 
Valley 
Vallcyburg 
Van iJuren Fii 

Variety Mills 

VerdierviUc 

Vordon 



Middlesei 

Tazowol 

Page 

mace 

Shenandoah 

Nelson 

Orange 

Hanover 

Halifax 

Southami 



inkl 



Clark 



Villa Grce 
Wade's 
WadoHville 
Wakelleld Station Sussex 

Walker's Churcih Appomattox 
Walkerton King and Queen 
Walnut Hill Lee 

Walton Mills Cumberland 

Ware's M Roads Louisa 

Warren Albemarle 

Warrentou Fauquier 

Warrentou Springs " 

Warsaw Richmond 

WarwickCourtHouse Warwick 
Washington Rappahannock 



Waske 



Mills 



Botetourt 

Loudoun 

Warren 

Fauquier 

Lunennurg 

Rockingham 

Sussex 

Scott 

Oulpeper 

Augusta 

Mecklenburg 

Nottoway 

Buckingham 



Waterftinl 

Water Lick 

Waterloo 

Wattsborough 

Wavorlio 

Wavorly Statioi 

Wayland 

Waylandsburg 

Waynes borough 

Wayside 

WellviUe 

Well Water 

Westham Locks 

West Point King William 

West View Augusta 

Whalov's Storo Pittsylvania 

Wheatland Loudoun 

Wheatley Fauquier 

Whisseii's Mills RoeltiuKham 

White Cliiuniey (!;u-oli.„. 

White Flint ('i;.u. 

White Gate 

White Hall 

White lions 

White Oak !■ 

White Plain 

White Post 

White Rock 

Whitesburg 

White Sho:i 

White Stone 

WhltoTop (iniv«on 

Whitesville Halifax 

Whitlock Halifax 

WhitwoU Pittsylvania 

Whittle's Mills Mecklenburg 

Wicomico Church 

thumberland 
Wilcox's Wharf Charles 

Wilderness Spottsyl 



Post Omrt. 

Wylliesliurg 
Wythoville 
Yancey's Mills 
YatesvlUe 
Yellow Branch 
YollowSul.Spr 
Yokiim Statioi 
Yorktowii 



County. 

Charlotte 

Wythe 

Albe-aarlo 

Lunenburg 

Campbell 

s,:* Montgoni'y 

Leii 

York 

Franklin 

lalo of Wight 



West Virginia. 



Adkiusvillu 
Albright 
Alkire's Mill 
Allen's Fork 
Alpine Di;pot 
Alvon 
Amaeetta 



Arbuckle 

ArnettsvUlu 

Arden 

Arnoldsburi; 

Auslon 

Baker's Run 

Halil Knol> 

BallardsviU." 

Burraeksvillii 

BasnettsviUe 

Beaty'sMill^ 

Boeler'sStation 

Belington 

Belleville 

Beaver Milh 

Beech Bottom 

Bethel 

Bell ton 

lien's Run 

Benton's Ferry 

Ben wood 

Berkeley Si-rln^s 

Bethany 

Beverly 

Big Buir.ilf. 

Bingamon 

Hig lirnd 



Me 



Lau 



Williams) 

WiUiamsvillc 

Willow Bank 

Willow Springs 

Willis's Ridge 

Wilmington 

Wilson's Depot 

Wilsouville 

Winchester 

Windsor Station 

WInterham 

Wlutcrpock 

Wise 

WiseO. H. 

Wiscvllle 

Wolf (Made 

Wolftown 

Wolf Trap 

Woodlawn 

Wood's y. Roads 

Woodstoi 

Woodvill 

Wool folk 



Juiues City 

Bath 

Nelson 

Russell 

Floyd 

Fluviinna 

Dinwiddle 

Highland 

Frederick 

Isle of Man 

Amelia 

Chesterlleld 

J lie k sou 

Wise 

Accomack 

Carroll 

Mild I son 

Halifax 

Carroll 

1 Gloucester 

Shenandoah 

Rappahannock 

Orange 



Hlalr 

Bloom cry 
Itlo.,.i,i,lgd 



Ito.iir'.^ 
Bootlisvill.- 
BonniliL-ld'.H Mil 
Brandouvill ■ 
Braxton (' il 
Bridgeport 
Briscoe lion 
Brown'« Mill< 
BrucetoM MilU 
Brushy Run 
Buckhani.ou 
Buekboni 
Buffalo F^r'i 
Buffalora 
Bulltown 



Buffalo 
Buffalo SI.,, 
Bull Cr.k 
Burners vil'.^ 
Burton 
Bush's Mil!i 
Oaeupon U-;,' 
Cairo 
Canton 
Cameron 
Oaisvill'; 
Central S*.a(i 



Pocahontas 

Marshall 

Wayne 

Preston 

Lewis 

Jackson 

Morgan 

Greenbrier 

Wayne 

Lewis 

Monongalia 

Jackson 

Mason 

Monongalia 

Berkeley 

Calhoun 

Pros to II 

Hardy 

Boon'e 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Marshall 

Barbour 

Wood 

Nicholas 

Webster 

Mercer 

Marshall 

Pleasants 

Marion 

Marshall 

Morgan 

Brooko 

Randolph 

Harrison 

Marlon 

Calhoun 

Greenbrier 

Lewis 

Clay 

Morgan 

Nicholas 

Tuokir 

Monongalln 

Haucuok 

Ilompshini 

Cabell 

Kanawha 

Greenbrier 

Jackson 

Marion 

Ritchie 

Clarion 

Marion 

Tuckor 

Preston 

Braxtou 

Harrison 

Wood 

Harrison 

Preston 

Pendleton 

Upshur 

Pendleton 

Braxton 

Logan 

Braxten 

Greenbrier 

1- ti.ani 

V yuc) 



Lewis 

Morgan 

Ritehid 

Marlon 

Marshall 

Monongalia 

Doddridge 



68 



POST OFFICES — WEST VIRGINIA. 



Post Office. 

Center 

Ceredo 

Jabell C H 

Calhoun 

Cannelton 

Ca.pon Bridge 

Capon Iron Works 

Capon Springs 

Carbonvale 

Ohapmausville 

Charlestown 

Cherry Camp 

Cherry Hill 

Cherry Uun Depot 

Chesnut Hill 

Clendeuiu 

Clifty 

Clintonville 

Clinton 

Coal River Marshes 

Coon's Mills 

Clarksburg C H 

Clinton Furnace 

Coalsmonth 

Cologne 

Cornwallis 

Cottage