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

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1870-71 
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FTJVAYNEDmECTORY 



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TO WHICH IS APPENDED 



A UNITED STATES POST OFFICE DIRECTORY. 



SIXTH ISSUE: 
CO]IIPII.EI> BY WILLIAMS & CO. 



FORT WAYNE, IND. : 
K. P. STOCKBEIDGE, No. 98 Columbia Street. 

1870. 



DIGEST OF UNITED STATES PATENT LAWS, 

COMPILED BY 

It NIGHT BROS., 

SouciTOBB or Patents, Consultino Enoineebs, and Counbkllobs in Patent Cacseb. 
PIKE'S OPERA BUILDINO, WESTERN ENTRANCE, 

c;ii>'cii>fi»rA.Ti. o. 



1. A PATENT for lerenteen yearn is granted to 
the first invuntor uf a new and useful Art, Miicliine, 
Manufacture, or Composition of Matter, not lieretofors 
known in this country, nor published or patented in any 
foreign oouutry. AppUcatioa fee, $15. Issue, $20. 
Act 18iil, Sec. 10. 

2. A CAVE.\T is useful as a precautionary step, 
in oaaes where tlie inventor requires further time or 
means to mature his invention, and entitles the 
party (for a year; to notice of any interfering appli- 
cation subseuuently filed. Gov. fee, $10. Act 1861, 
Seo. 10. ^ ,^ 

3. APPI^ICATION for Letters Patent, should 
be made witliin two >ears 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 
specimen of Ingredients and Composition: also. Peti- 
tion, Oatb, Duplicate Drawings, Specification, and 
Fee, ($15). It must be made by the inventor, or (if de- 
ceased) by his administrator, for the benefit of the heirs. 
Act IHifi, .Sec. 6 and 10; Act 1839, Seo. 7. 

i. ;>IOI>KLS may be of any durable material, 
avoiding glue, must not exceed twelve inches in length. 
and should particularly represent the points of in- 
Tention. 

6. 1»K8IGN.— A patent for 3"^. 7, or 14 years, is 
allowed to any citiien of the United Stutes, who 
originates a new carving or sculptural composition, 
or a new shape or configuration of any article of man- 
ufacture, or a new, ornamental, or useful design, 
pattern, or picture, to be worked into, or printed, 
or painted, or cast, or otherwise attached to any article 
of manufacture. Q'lV. fee, $10. $!.'>, or »30. Act 1861. 

Photographic illustrations of Designs must be ac- 
companied by the "negatives," to enable copies to 
be made in the Patent Office.— Holt, Commissioner of 
Patents. 1.857. 

An engraved or printed design issued as an object 
of art, having a value in itself, and intended for sale 
as such, properly comes within the provisions of the 
copyright law; but when, however artistii^ally ex- 
ecuted, it is not produced for sale as a work of art, 
but is designed to be atiixed in the manner of a label 
to a manufactured article, it then plainly falls under 
cne act relating to patints for designs, and consequently 
can not be protected by copyright. — Bishop, Commis'r 
of Patents. Aug. l-<59. 

6. (!(>PVllItJIlT may be obtained for, Ist, 
Printed reading matter, forming no part of any or- 
nament or manufacturer's mark; 2d, Oharts, musical 
compositions, and prints or engravings intended for sale 
as such. .\ct \X',\, See. 1. 

7. 11 K I SSUK.— Patents with defective specifica- 
tions may be reissued in an amended form. Gov. fee, 
$311. Act. 1831), .Sec. 13; Act 1861. Sec. 10. 

Where by inadvertence, accident, or mistake, the 
original patent is too broad, a disclaimer mav be filed 
either by the original patentee, or by any of his as- 
signees. Fee, $11). Act 18.(7, Sec. 7. 

b. EXTEN.SION.- Applicationforextension must 
be made at least three months prior to the expiration 
of a patent. The chief points to be established, are: 
lat. ascertained value of the invention; 2d, amount of 
loss and profit which have accrued from the invention; 
3d, efforts made and difficulties incurred in maturing 
and introducing the invention. Application fee, $50. 
Issue. $i0 Act 1.848. -^ec. 1 ; Act 1861, See. II). 

9. PORKKiNKIt"* mayobtain apatent on same 
terms as a citiien Act 181)1. Sec li). 

10. JOINT INVKNTOUS are entitled to a 
joint patent, but neither can claim one separately. 

11. AS>»I(JN>I KNT."< mav be made previous to 
application and should be recorded in United States 
Patent Office within three months. 

i2. A PAUT OWNEIt of a patent may, in the 
absence of any contract, assign his interest or any 
fraotional part thereof, or he may, eitlier alone or in 
company with others, purchase or make as many ma- 
chines as he pl«a«ee, and may sell them to others with 
the right to nse or sell them; or he inav refuse to 
sell them, and may rent them; but he has no power 
to control the action of, nor to exeroi.'O anv super- 
vision over, a co-proprietor, nor to compel ootifri- 
bution of profits or losses, nor to enforce a part 



same Instrument: ahd having the same Interests, with 
the rigr.b to nie them separately, they can not, for any 
legal use of them, incur any obligation to each other. — 
Chapman, J., Supreme Ct, Mass. 1864, p. 2:^5. Allen 
Mass, Kep. 

13. THE .•SPECIFICATION must set forth the 
invention in eu> h full, clear, and exact terms, as to 
enable one skilled in tlie art to which it appertains, to 
compound and use it without making any experiments 
of his own. — 5 Howard. 4. 

14. AllANUO>.>IENT.-If an inventor (before 
application for a patent i knowingly euflers his in- 
vention to go into public and general use without 
objection, it is a dedication of it to the public. — 4 
Mason, 10,8. 

No patent is held to be invalid by reason of the 
purchase, sale, or use prior to the application for a 
patent, except on proof of the abandonment of the 
invention to the public; or that such purchase, sale, or 
prior use, has been for more than two years prior to 
such application for u patent. Act 183i), Sec. 7. 

15 I'KIOR OESCKIPTION in a public work 
if relied upun to void a patent, must be such as would 
be sufficient in a patent. — Parker v. Stiles, M'Lean, 
Nov 1849. 

16. AN I.1IPROVER upon an original patent 
has no right to u.se the original, nor has the original 
patentee a right to use the improvement without 
license —1 Peters, C. C. 399. 

17. HI EKE to LOR ABLE DIFFER- 
ENCKS, or slight improvements, can not shake the 
rightof the original inventor — 2 Ciall. 54. 

18. A CO.»IIUNATION ( LA 1 M is not in- 
fringed bv the use of any number of parts less than the 
whole.— 3 M'lean, 4)4. 

10. LE<JITHIATE C0.1IB1 NATION, is 
where two or more parts act together, in a new way, 
with a useful result 

20. .MECHANICAIi EQUIVALENT mesn» 

21. THE PRODIJC'T of a patented machine is 
not patent propertv. — 3 M'l.ean, 296-97 

22. liOCAL RI<;HTS.-Patcnted articles pur- 
chased under a local right can not be sold or used out- 
side of the territorv of the vendor. 

23. PATENTEES are required to mark each 
article maile or vended under their patent, tor where 
this is impracticable, to mark the package) with the 
word ** patented," and the day and year; but in- 
frin'/ers, who have been duly nutitied, are liable, not- 
withstanding the oini.ssinn of such marking by the 
patentee. Act I8()l, Sec. 13. 

24. PENALTY of not less than $100 and costs is 
incurred for each fraudulent marking of unpatented 
articles with the word "patent" or like phrase, or 
for unauthorized use of a patentee's mark. Act 1842, 

" 2.V THE INVENTION, if new, and useful to 
the public, mav be the result either of long experiment 
and profound research, or of a sudden and luokv thought 
or mere accidental discovery. ':*♦•* I.uck, labor, or 
inspiration gives an equal right. — Tindal. C. J. 

The first inventor has the prior right, if he had re- 
duced the invention to a practical form by drawing or 
otherwise, and has used reasonable diligence in adapting 
and perfecting it. — I Storv, .190-.596. 

There is no doubt that he who has discovered some 
new clcoifnt or property of matter, may secure to 
hi:jis''tf the ownership of his discover), so soon as he 
has been able to illustrate its practicability and to 
demonstrate its value. Mis patent, in such a case, 
will be commensurate with the principle it announces 
to the world, and may be as broad as the mental 
conception itself. Hut the mental conception must 
have ben susceptible of embodiment, 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 conc^rete. The patent must be for a 
thing, n..t for sn idea merely.— Kane, J.. U. S. D. C. Pa. 

2t'i. SECR I'^T I'."»E.— The inventor, who, from 
selfishness, iitditfereiice. or caprice, wishes to with- 
hold from the knowledge and enjovmcnt of his fellow, 
oitisoiu a discovery which he has made, must see to it, 
that, in burying his "secret," he preserves proofs of its 



of the right, nor is either party under any obligation | existence, ready to be produced whenever the action of 
to make the property profitable. Suoh parties must be another and more generous inven'or shall summon him 
regarded as having interests which are distinct and to the issue.- Holt, Commissicoer ot Patents, Nov., 
separate in their nanire. thoiieh derived from the K58. 

I IVX>KT»I[:.PJ'T>KIVT' I IWT'^IVTOll j=» of srpBrnfc irnprovpjnoiitB in thp samp inn- 
chiiio call not "litniii a joint patent 'or their scpnrftlc inviiif ion?, nor doos the fact tliiit one ninn fiir- 
ni-lii'S the capital and the othir ninki-B the invention entitle them to take out a joint patent.— Fisher, 
ComniiR8ioD<T of Patentx, Nov., 1869. 



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We present to our patrons the SIXTH ISSUE of the FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY, 
believing it will be found a correct and reliable guide to the Business Houset", Offices, 
Residences and Public Places of the City. The canvass to collect the information con- 
tained m the Work was superintended by H. THORNTON BENNETT, Esq., whose 
reputation as an experienced, energetic and reliable compiler is not surpassed by any 
one engaged in the business. Every means that a long experience as publishers could 
suggest, was used to prevent errors and the omission of the name of any inhabitant, 
and no labor or expense was spared by us in our endeavor to present to the citizens of 
Fort Wayne a Directory, as perfect as a work of the kind can possibly be made. We 
trust that an examination of the Directory will prove that we have not expended our 
labor in vain. 

The Work embraces a General Directory, giving a full List of the Names, Business 
Pursuits, and Locations of the inhabitants of the City of Fort Wayne; a complete Busi- 
ness Directory, containing the Name of each Person and Firm enga>;ed in Business in the 
city; with a City Guide, giving the Names and Locations of all Churches, Societies, 
Banks, and other Institutions and Public Plaices, &c. ; together with Kn ght Bros.' Digest 
of United States Patent Laws, a new United States Post Offi<-e Directory, containing the 
Name and Location of every Post OflHce in the United States and Territories, arranged 
alphabetically, and corrected up to date. 

Our new Directory, for 1870-71, contaias over Seven Thousand Names, which is a much 
larger number than is contained in any Directory previously published for the City. 
Within the last seven years the City has not only greatly increased in population, but 
many splendid business blocks have been built, and a large number of residences erected 
— some of which for architectural beauty and mechanical finish are unsurpassed in the 
country. The increase in population^nd wealth of the C:ty of Fort Wayne has been, in 
the last few years, greater thin any city in the State; and with her present and projected 
Railroads, and her vast and unexcelled Water Power, we feel assured that she w.U soon 
become one of the largest and wealthiest cities of the State of Indiana. 

We return our thanks to the merchants and business men of Fort Wayne, for the pat- 
ronage extended to the Work, and to the Press of the City for the many flattering notices 
given us as publishers, and renew our promise to the public to faithfully labor to make 
each succeeding Issue of our Directory more worthy of commendation and pntronaae. 

WII^IilAIUS * CO. 



FORT WAYNE AND CINCINNATI ADVERTISEMENTS. 



FORT WAYNE RINK, 

Berry St., bet. Clinlon and Barr Sis., FOllT WAYNE, IND. 




gIZE OF BVILDI\G: 

60 by 150 fcpt-30 feet from 
floor to arcb. 






,.5 Scats for 1,200! 
IIGITS II PEISI. 

tMMMM^ Acoustics Perfect. 

To be let for Concerts, Festivals and Public Meetings. 

For Terms, Address 

SOL. D. BAYLESS, Fort Wayne, Ind. 



STEAM SHOW CASE WORKS, 

Nos. 55 and 57 Main St , COCIWWATI, OHIO, 

L WIEGEL & CO., Proprietors. 




\vf 



^hoiv CSa$c^ iuul Jtquuvium'j, 

Counters and Shelving made to order. 



ALSO, MANUFACTURERS OF 



L. Wiegel & Co.'s Celebrated SILVER POLISH, 

Warranted to remove all Stains from Silver or Glass. 
Price 25 cents Per Bottle. 



SHDW CASES A^D AttUARllWS €0\STAMLY 0^ HAXD 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



American Housp, - - 32 

American Life Insurance Co. • - 28 

Aztec Paint Works, - - 2 

Biker Kiiiiin A Bro., Pianos, - - 5U 

Bass J. H., Steam Engines and CarWheels, 40 

Bate" Miss J. A., Dress anil Cloak Maker, 42 

Beaver A. C, Lunilier, - - - 44 
Bossier H. H., Notary Public and Insurance, 52 

Bradley W. C, Insurance, - - 56 

Brandriff & Roberts, Stoves and Hardware, 36 

B'.ll J. W., H'>tel, - - - 54 
Cin<^innat , H:imilton & Dnyton Railroad, 80 & 82 

Clark & Rhinesmith, Lumber, - 60 
Cochrane, Huniphey & Co., Contractors and 

Lumber Dealers, - - - 30 

Craig R. S. A Co., Brushes, - 8 

C a e Mrs. Carrie R., Hair Jewelry, - 58 

Carrie Geo. E., Sup m- Phosphate of Lime, Viz 

Duhme A Co., .levvelry, - - 207 

Dumm R. D., Printer, - - 72 

Durgin & Johnst n, Insurance, - 28 
Evens P., .Jr., Se il Presses, Facing page 8 

First National Ba'dc. - - - 32 

Fie ideiin in John G., Merchant Tailor, 66 

Fort Wayne Brass Works, - - 60 
Foit W:iyne Carnage Works, - .50 

Foit Wnyne Democrat, - - 72 

Fort W.'iyne Gazette, - - 68 

Flirt Wayne M:ic'hme Works, - 40 

Fort W lyne, Mun -ie & Cini^innati R. R., 74 

Fort W yne N ition.'il Bank, - - 54 

FortWa\nePia o Manufactory, - 60 

Fort W yne Rink, - - - 6 

Koi-t Way le Will Paper House, - 46 

Foster Andrew, Merchant Tailor, - 56 

P.eenian A., Jr., Hotil, - - 46 

Frencli, Ilanna & Co., Woolen Mills, - 34 

Go lown J. &Co.. Paint, - - 2 

Graliani & Got hall. Attorneys & Insurance, 62 

Greenwood Iron Works, - - 208 
Haanari. T. A H. T., Insurance and Real 

Estat s - - Insi Ie Front Cover 

Hartiiian Hora^^r C, Attorney, - 32 

Hattrr-ley A., Brass Co-jks, Valves, &c., 50 

Heiiiingray Glass Co., - - 208 

HnfT nan •). R. & Bros., Bind S:iw Mills, 30 

Hu 'Siis & Hamilton, Whol sale Grocers, 32 

Hurl O. D., Sash, Doors, Ac, - 38 

Indiana St ats Z-itung, - - 70 

Irwin A Skin ler. In u ance, - 58 

Jai'i by G.. G. M . ers & Co., Planing Mill, 48 

J ihnston Wm., Jr., Insurance, - - 28 

Jtmiata Iron W Tks, . . 8 

Knaj p I., M. D., Dentist, - - 56 



Knight Bros., Patent Solicitors, - 4 

Kovir O. J., Painti' g, . . ,34 

Ky|p A. P. A Co., Pumps, . . 43 

Lai. Haw W.alter, Slate Roofer, - - OO 
Lane A Bodley, Steam Engines, 

Inside Back Cover 

Life Association of America, Facing page 9 

Mnin Street Exchange, - - 4i; 

Maypr House, - . . 54 

Mi-rchants' National Bank, - - 58 

M 'Sing Chas., Blacksm.th and Plows, 38 

M-yer Bros. A Co., Drn.ngisls, - - 2 

Miller John M., Ftimitine, - - 66 
Moilerwtll & Fowler, Gents' Furnishing 

Goods, - - . - 34 

Morgan & Beach, Hardware, - 38 

Miirray A B iker, Founders, - - 36 

Nieim nn M., Bri-weiy, . . 04 

Nirdlinger Kre<i., Clothing, - - 62 

Oakley B. W. & Son, Hardware, - 66 

Orff C. AC, Diy GokIs, - . 1 

P It burjih, Ft. Wayne A Chicago Riilway, 76 

Potter Jos. L., Contractor an 1 Carpenter, 38 

R nidall F. P., Attorney and Iiisuiauce, 68 

R istetter L )Uis, .yjMchiiiist, - - 60 

Reedy H. J., Hoisting M lehines, - 8 

Heese Chas. A Co.. Chairs, - - 44 

R 'id A. D. A Co., Plows, - - 62 

RusstU Geo. F., Insurance, - - 56 

Sallot J. F. A Son, Sash, Doors, Ac, 48 

S iriii^,hausen J., Pi inter, - - 70 

Schnieder B H., Hotel, - - 32 

ShoatfJ. A., Art Gallery, - - 42 

Sh .enbei ger & Co., Iron, Nails, Ac, - 8 

S.emon, B o. A Co., Books and St itionery, 46 

Sm th J. W., Mattress A GUie Manufacturer, 54 

Snider E . r». D.S., Dent -t, - - 48 

SiMder AM Call. Piper Dealers, - 66 

Stanley, Bieher A Co., Carriages, - 64 

Staikey O. L., Painter, - - 46 

Stevens Th 'm is. Caniages, - - 50 

St llman A Adams, En_M:;vers, - 2-4 

Stockbridgp N. P., Bookseller, - 2 

Siiiiimit City C lair Factory, - 44 

Siiteriiieisier A Bei/ker, Marble Works, 1 

T eiitinan B. & Son, Wholesale Grocers, 54 

Un ler'iill P. S., Marble Works, - 64 

U.S. Ma. I Line, ... 78 

Vug I C. G. A Son, Merchant Tailors, - 42 

Wegel L. A C 1., Show Cases, . 6 

Woml W. S., French Plate Mirrors, 52 

W lodward M. E., Clothing, . - 62 

Wr ght A. W., Printer, - . 68 

Zoll.irs A Z )llars, Attorneys, - - 1 



OMISSION. 



Life Association op America. — Parent Office, St. Louis, Mo. In- 
diana Department, Ft. Wayne District Officers and Tru.stecs : Pliny 
Hoafiland, President; S. D. Bond, Vice President; S. T. Hanna, Secre- 
tary ;• H H. Edgerton, Treasurer; Dr. B. S Woodworth, Medical Ex 
aniiuer; 0. B. .Vlorgan, 0. A. Simons, Geo. li. Little, J. K. Edgerton. 
A. Hattersley, Wm. Fleming, H. J. RudiMll, H. Mcl\innie, C. D. Bond. 
J. H. Bass, E P Williams and C. B. Oikley. Office of Ft. Wayne Dis- 
trict, with S. T. & H. T. Hanna, east side of Court opp Court House, 
and one door north of Post Office. 



CINCINNATI ADVERTISEMENTS. 



JUNIATA IRON WORKS, 



MANUFACTURE SUPERIOR QUALITY OF 



P 

Horse and Mule Shoes, 
Sheet Iron, 

Sheet Iron Roofing. 
"WORKS: Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Branch EEouse, Cincinnati. 



• J. xvJliJdJJ X O 

Patent Platform Hoisting Machine 

128 East EiElitli Street, CINCINNATI, 0. 

[j||pt steam Hoisters — Steam and Hand Power Combined- 

Fast and Slow Sling Hoisters— Dumb Waiters. All kinds 
of Lifting Machines Built and Repaired. Ropes, old and 
Iachs^ New, always on hand. Store and Warehouse Trucks, &c. 

C^" Sen I f.'T Illustrated Ciroiilir. Or'lers tlirough Post Offioe promptly atten'led to. 




R. S. CRAIG & CO., 



-MANUFACTURERS OF- 



Brushes and Feather Dusters, 

No. 2n Walnut Street, between Fifth and Sixth Streets, 
Cincinnati, - - - - Ohio. 



LIFE INSURANCE. 



Life Association of America. 



PARENT OFFICE, St. Louis, Mo. 



lilDlil(llD[PllRTM[IIT--rT.WIlYN[ DISTRICT. 



OFFICERS AND TRUSTEES: 

PLINY HOAGLAND, President. S. B. BOND, Vice President. 

S. T. HANNA, Secretary, H. H. EDGERTON, Treasurer. 

Dr. B. S. WOODWORTH, Medical Examiner. 

O. B. iriOROAli% II. J. KIJDI^II.I^, 

O. A. IBJIMOXS, H. McKI^r^IJE, 

GEO. li. I.ITTI.E, C. ». BO:¥D, 

J. K. EOGERTO^, J. H. BA^«, 

A. HATTEUSI.EY, E. P. WIEEIA]?II§», 

WIfl. FI^EMI^O, €. B. OAKEEY, 



OFFICE FORT WAYNE DISTRICT, 

S. T. $c H. T. HANNA, 

East Side Court Street, One Door North of Post Office. 



FOR-T ■V7"J^"^lsrE 



CITY GMJIDE. 



CITY GOVERNMENT. 



Municipal Election held first Tuesday in May. 

City Council meets spoond ftnil fouith Tiiesdriys in each month. Council Chamber in City Hall, 
over Barr Street Market House, Burr between Berry and Wayne Streets. 



MAYOR: 
Franklin P. Randall. Office in City Hall. Term expires May, 1871. 

CLERK: 
Sam. P. Freeman. Office in City Hall. Term expires May, 1871. 





COUNCIL : 






Franklin P. Randall, President. 


Sam. p. Freeman, Clerk. 


1st Ward- 


—A. H. Carier. Term expires May 


1871. 




Wm. Wadington. ' 


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1872. 


2d Ward- 


-M. Hedekin. ' 


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1871. 




B. H. Tower. 


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1872. 


3d Ward- 


-J. R. Prentiss. ' 


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1871. 




Louis Dessaucr. ' 


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1872. 


4th Ward- 


-Henry Trier. ' 


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1871. 




J. B. Morgan. ' 


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1872. 


5th Ward- 


— T. J. Hutchinson, ' 


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1871. 




P. S. Underhill. 


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1872. 


6 th W ard- 


—Tim. Hogan. ' 


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1871. 




John Schoepf. ' 


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1872. 


7th Ward- 


-Conrad Treramel. ' 


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1872. 




J. S. Goshorn. ' 


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1872. 


8th Ward- 


-0. E. Bradway. ' 


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1871. 




W. B. Fisher. 


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1872. 


9th Ward- 


-Henry Stoll. « 


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1871. 




Samuel Shyrock. ' 


( (( (( 


1872. 



10 FORT WAYNE CITY GUIDE. 

STANDING COxMMITTEES OF THE COMxMON COUNCIL : 

Finance — Fisher, Caiicr and Shyrock. 

Streets — Tower, Hedokin and lIo<;aii. 

FiKE ])kpartment — Wadiiigton, Carier and Dessauer. 

Police — Bradway, Wadington and Trier. 

Education — Prentiss, Wadington and (loslioru 

Printinc! — Bradway, 'J remniel and Stoll. 

Pules, Regulations and Ordinances — Carier, Morgan aid Fisher. 

Gas — Underhill, Sliyroek and Prentiss. 

Markets — Dessauer, Trier and Schoepf. 

Sewers — Gosliorn, Morgan and Hedekin. 

Public Grounds — Trier, Ilogan and Quderhill. 

TREASURER: 

Chr. Piepenbrink. Office in City Hall. Term expires May, 1871. 

MARSHAL : 

Patrick McGee. Office in City Hall. Term expires 3Iay, 1871. F. 
W. Ilonieyer, Deputy. 

ATTORNEY : 

Allen Zollars. Office, 44 Calhoun Street. Term expires May, 1871. 
CIVIL ENGINEER: 

Chas. S. Brackenridge. Office in City Hall. Terra expires May, 
1871. Daniel McKendry, Rodman. 

ASSESSOR : 

E. C. Pens. Term expires 31ay, 1871. 

MARKET MASTERS : 

Wm. Schneider, Barr Street Market. Term expires May. 1871. 
Broadway Market, vacant. 

STREET COMMISSIONER: 

B. L. P. Williard. Office in City Hall. Term expires May, 1871. 

SUPERVISORS : 

Patrick Burns, John Stiers, John B. Waters, Wm. C. Taylor and 
Geo. Mayers. 

NIGHT WATCH: 

Fred. R. Limecooley, Captain ; Dicdrich Meyer, Wm. Gearry, Wm. 
Hagcman, Michael Singleton, Jesse Patton, Christ. Kelly, Chas. Uple- 
ger, John McCanu, Fred. Bicknese, Fred. Keiling and Frank Englet. 

BOARD OF HEALTH : 

Doctors I. M. Rosenthal, W. H. Myers and A. J. Erwin. Terms ex- 
pire May, 1871. 



FORT WAYNE CITY GUIDE. H 



PUBLIC SCHOOL DEPAETMENT. 



BOARD OF EDUCATION : 

Meets first and third Mondays in each montli. 
Oliver P. Mor,e;aa, President ; John S. Irwin, Secretary and Treasu- 
rer ; Oliver P. Morgan, Pliny lloagland and John S. Irwin. 

SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS : 

James H. Smart, A. M. Office in High School Building, Wayne near 
Calhoun Street. 

SCHOOLS AND TEACHERS : 

High School Building, Wayne Street between Calhoun and Clinton. 

Sutsan B. Fowler, teacher of French, Drawing and Painting. Sarah 

J. Hume, teacher of Latin and Mathematics. Lucia F. Clark, teacher 

of Natural Sciences and Latin. W. A. Hodgden, teacher of Music. J. 

Weber and , teachers of German. 

Training School, in High School Building, Wayne Street near Cal- 
houn. Lena S. Funnelle, Principal and Critic Teacher. Lenora H. 
Drake, teacher of Methods. 

Jefferson Street School Building, south-west corner Jefferson and Griffith. 
Carrie B. Sharp, PriLcipal. 
Susan C. Hoff"man, Laura A. Kimball, Abbie W. Phelps, Frank C. 
Sinclear, M. A. Ross, H^lla I. Clark, Sarah E. Smith, Maggie S. Coch- 
rane, Orlinda P. Sinclear and Nellie Jones, Teachers. 

Clay School Building, north-west corner of Washington and Clay. Mr. 

Dame, Principal. 
Helen McG. Ayres, Nellie Wright, iMary E. Stevens, Clara S. Waite, 
Louisa E. Strong, Maggie A. Tower, Lyde I. Wilson and Josephine 
Strong, Teachers. 

Washington School, south-west corner of Washington and Union. Mattie 
A. Jones, Principal. 
Amanda P. Crumley, Emma Eckels, Jennie Woodworth and Malvina 
Mahurin, Teachers. 

Hoagland School, north-east corner of Hoagland Av. and Butler. Kate 

D. Turner, Principal. 

JRobina L. Pierce, Frank Hamilton and Louisa J. Butler, Teachers, 

Hanna School, south west corner of Hanna and Wallace. Jennie E. 

Snively. Principal 

Bloomingdale School, north-west corner of Marion and Bowser, Bloom- 
ingdale. Agnes Dykes, Principal. 

Eighth Ward School Building, north-west corner of Harmer and Lewis. 
Clara A. Metheany and Maggie Armstrong, Teachers. 



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FIEE DEPAKTMENT. 



Thomas Mannix, Chief Engineer. 
Peter Ohnhaus, First Asst. Henry D. Miller, Second Asst. 

Alert Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1. — Truck House, west side of 
Clinton Street, corner of P]ast Berry. Meeting Hall, south side of East 
Main Street between Clinton and Barr. Louis T. Buckwalter, Foreman. 

Mechanics' Engine Co. Ko. 1, (Steam). — North-east corner of 
Court and Berry. Henry Pranger, Foreman. 

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

Eagle Engine Co. No. 4. — Broadway between Berry and Wayne. 
Geo. Fisher, Foreman. 

Protection Engine Co, No. 5 — Sixth Ward, south of the T., W. 
tt W. Railway Shops. August Friday, Foreman. 

Rescue Engine Co. No. 6. — Located in the Seventh AVard. Conrad 
Tremmel, Foreman. 

Hope Hose Co. No. 1. — North-west corner of Berry and Clinton. 
Albert F. Schoenbein, 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 Lafayette Street ; thence south along said Lafayette Street to 
its intersection 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 Cliutou and Wayne Streets. 

2. " Clinton and Jeft'erson Streets. 

3. " Jeifersoa and Hanna Streets. 

4. " Jefferson and GriflSth Streets. 

5. " Pritchard and Broadway Streets. 

6. " Washington and Van Buren 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. " Cathedralon Calhoun Street. 

14. " No. 44 West Wayne Street. 

15. Intersecting Barr and Hoi man Streets. 

16. " Calhoun and Maumee Streets. 

17. " Calhoun and Wallace Streets. 

18. South of Railroad on Lafayette Street. 

19. South of Railroad on Hanna Street. 

20. Intersecting Washington and Ewing Streets. 

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

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



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bejneyolent associations. 



MASONIC : 

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

Fort Wayne Coramandery, No. 4. — Knights Templars ; instituted De- 
cember, 1854. Meets on second Thursday evenings in each month. 

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

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

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

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

"Home Lodge, No. 342. — Instituted May, 1870. Meets every Tuesday 
evening preceding full moon, in Hall of Fort Wayne Commandery. 

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

Ancient and Accepted Scotish Rite — Four Orders. Meets third 
Thursday evening in each month. 

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

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 Friday evenings in each month. 

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS: 

Damon Lodge, No. 4. — Organized 1869. Meets every Friday evening 
in Hall over Post Office. 

Humboldt Lodge, No. 5.— Organized 1869. Meets every Saturday 
evening. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER BENAI BERITH : 

Emak Beracha Lodge, No. 61.— Organized March, 1864. Meets first 
and third Sundays in each mouth, in Covenant Hall, east side of Cal- 
houn Street opposite Keystone Block. 



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CHUKCH DIRF.CTOEY. 



BAPTIST : 
First Biiptist Chuir!h, north side of Jefferson between Harrison and 
Webster. Eev. J. K. Stone, Pastor. 

GERMAN REFORMED: 
St. Jolin's Church, south-east corner of* Washington and Harrsiou. 
Rev. F. R. Schwedes, Pastor. 

Salem Second German Reformed Church, east side of Clinton near 
Berry. Rev. C. Cast, Pastor. 

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

EVANGELICAL ASSOCIATION: 
Bethel Church, north-east corner of Clinton and Holman. Rev. J. M. 
Corner, 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. 

St. John's German Evangelical Lutheran Church, south-east corner of 
Van Bureu and Washington. Rev. John Keuher, Pastor. 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL : 

Rev. W. S. Birch, Presiding Eider, Fort Wayne District. 

Rev. II. N. Barnes, Presiding Elder, Western P'ort Wayne District. 

Berry Street (M. E.) Church, north-east corner of Harrison and 
Berry. Rev. Thos. Stabler, Pastor. 

"Wayne Street (M. E.) Church, south-west corner of Wayne and 
Broadway. Rev. M. H. Mendenhall, Pastor. 

Centcnnary Methodist Church, south-east corner of Dawson and Har- 
rison. Rev. D. P. Hartman, Pastor. 

German (M. E.} Church, north side of Washington between Griffith 
and Fulton. 

PRESBYTERIAN : 

First Presbyterian Church, south-east corner of Clinton and Berry. 
Rev. Thos. II. Skinner, Jr., D. D., Pastor. 

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

Third Presbyterian Church, north-east corner of Calhoun and Hol- 
man. Rev. N. S. Smith, I^astor. 

PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL: 

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

Church of tlie Good Shepherd, south side of Holman between Cal- 
houn and Clintou. Rev. J. L. Gay, Rector. 



FORT WAYNE CITY GUIDE. 15 



ROMAN CATHOLIC : 

Eight Eev. John H. Luers, Bishop of Fort Wayne. 

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

Mother of God Church, (German), south-east corner of Lafayette and 
Jefferson. Revs. Joseph Weutz and Henry Ilcitmann, Pastors. 

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



-UNITED STATES OFFICEES. 



INTERNAL REVENUE— TENTH DISTRICT OF INDIANA: 

Geo. Moon, Collector Tenth District of Indiana. Office, No. GO Cal- 
houn Street, Fort Wiyne. 

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

A. G. Barnett, Assistant Assessor for Division No. 1, Allen Co. 
Office, No. 51 Columbia Street, Fort Wayne. 

R. W. Dodge, Assistant Assessor for Whitley County. 

H. W. L^pson, Assistant Assessor for Kosciusko County. 

E. G. Herr, Assistant Assessor for Elkhart County. 

F. W. Vedder, Assistant Assessor for LaGrange County. 
W. Parish. Assistant Assessor for Steuben County. 
Frank M. Willis, Assistant Assessor for DeKalb County. 
W. W. Skillen, Assistant Assessor for Noble County. 

U. S. COMMISSIONER AND REGISTER IN BANKRUPTCY: 

David P. Whcdon. Office, north-west corner of Main and Calhoun. 

PENSION AGENT: 
Hiram Iddings. Office, south-west corner of Main and Harrison. 



NEWSPAPEES. 



Fort Wayne Daily and Weekly Gazette— Office, No. 54 Calhoun. A. 
W. Wridit, Edit(,r. 

Fort Wayne Daily and Weekly Democrat— Office, south-west corner of 
Calhoun and Wayne. R. D. Dumm & Co , Publishers and Proprietors. 

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

Fort Wayne Weekly Press— Office, south side of Pearl, rear of Key- 
stone Block. D. W. Jones & Son, Publishers and Proprietors. 

Fort Wayne Weekly Journal— Office, north side of Main opposite 
Court House. Thos. S. Taylor & Co., Publishers and Proprietors. ^ 



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BANKS AND BANKERS. 



Fort Wayne National Bank, (Successor to the old Branch Bank) — 
South-west corner of Main and Clintim. Capital, $250,000. Chas. D. 
Bond, President ; Pliny Hoagland, Vice President ; Jared D. Bond, 
Cashier. IMiny Hoagland, Oliver P. Morgan, Jesse L. WilliamSj Benj. 
W. Oakley and Chas. D. Bond, Directors. 

First National Bank of Fort Wayne — South-east corner of Main and 
Court. Capital, S200,000. J. D. Nuttman, President ; John Orff, Vice 
President ; W. B. Fisher, Cashier. Samuel T. Hanna, F. Nirdlinger, 
J. M. Miller, John Orff, J. D. Nuttman, A. S. Eyaus, A. D. Brandriif, 
W. B. Fisher and B. D. Miner, Directors. 

Merchants' National Bank — North-west corner of 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. Stockbridge and H. C. Schrader, Directors. 

Fort Wayne Savings Bank — 50 Calhoun Street. A. C Huestis, Pres- 
ident ; W. H. Withers, First Vice President; Geo. DeWald, Second 
Vice Preident ; John Hough, Treasurer ; E. L. Sturgis, Secretary. J. 
H. Bass, John Morris, Wm. T. Pratt, Geo. DeWald, Henry Baker and 
W. H. Withers, Board of Investment. 

PRIVATE : 
Allen Hamilton & Co. — West side of Calhoun opposite Court House. 



INSURANCE. 



Republic Fire Insurance Company of Chicago, Illinois, Fort Wayne 
Branch — North-west corner of xMain and Calhoun J. S. Irwin, Mana- 
ger. A. C. Huestis, John Orflf, Geo. W. Durgin, Jr., P. S. O'llourke 
and Samuel T. Hanna, Directors. Irwin & Skinner. Agents. 

State Fire Insurance Company of Chicago, Illinois, Fort Wayne 
Branch — North-west corner of Main and Calhoun. C. D. Bond, 0. P. 
Morgan, J. H. Bass and Corad Neireiter, Directors. 

Irwin & Skinner, Agents. 

AGENCIES: 

Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. 
State Fire Insurance Co. of Chicago, 111. 
Republic Fire Insurance Co. of Cliicago, 111. 
Western Fire Insurance Co. of Buffalo, New York. 
Home Fire Insurance Co. of New Haven, Conn. 
Equitable Life Assurance Society of New York. 

Irwin & Skinner, Agents, 

North-west corner of Main and Calhoun. 



FORT WAYNE CITY GUIDE. 17 

^tna Fire Tnsurance Co. of Hartford. Conn. 

Homo Fire Insurance Co. of New York. 

Underwriters' Agency Co. of New York. 

International Insurance Co. of New York. 

Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York. 

Widows & Orphans Beuefit Life Insurance Society of Now York. 

John Hough, Agent, 50 Calhoun. 

Imperial Insurance Co. of London. 

Pacific Insurance Co. of California. 

North American Insurance Co. of New York. 

Home Insurance Co. of Columbus, Ohio. 

Insurance Co. of North America, Philadelphia, Penn. 

North-Western Mutual Life Insurance Co. of Milwaukee, Wis. 

Graham & Gotshall, Agents, 7 E. Main. 

Continental Insurance Co. of New York. 
Phenix Insurance Co. of New York. 
Springfield Insurance Co. of Springfield, Mass. 
Merchants' Insurance Co. of Chicago, 111. 
Albany City Insurance Co. of Albany, New York. 
Putnam Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn. 

Lumbard & Crane, Agents, 
North side of Main opposite Court House. 

Economical Mutual Life Insurance Co. of Providence, R. I. 

W. C. Bradley, General Agent, 64 Calhoun, cor. Berry. 

Washington Insurance Co. of New York. 

Economical Mutu 1 Life Insurance Co. of Providence, R. I. 

Geo. F. Russell, Agent, 64 Calhoun, cor. Berry. 

Queen Insurance Co. of Liverpool and London. 
Security Insurance Co. of New York. 
Yonkers & New York Insurance Co. of New York. 
Lumberman's Insurance Co. of Chicago, 111. 

DuRGiN & Johnston, Agents, 26 Court. 

American Life Insurance Co. of Philadelphia, Penn. 

Wm. Johnston, Jr., General Agent, 26 Court. 

Hartford Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn. 
Merchants' Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn. 

Franklin P. Randall, Agent, 9 Clinton. 

.iEtna Life Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn. 

A. H. Carier, Agent, over Post Office. 

Lorillard Fire Insurance Co. of New York City. 

H. C. Hartman, Agent, over Post Office. 

Phoenix Insurance Co. rf Hartford, Conn. 
Travelers' Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn. 
Manhattan Fire Insurance Co. of New York City. 
Home Life Insurance Co. of Brooklyn, New York. 

11. H. BosSLER, Agent, Hamilton's Building. 

Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn. 

W. S. Buck, Agent, south-west cor. Main and Calhoun. 



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FORT WAYNE CITY GUIDE. 



NOTAllIES PUBLIC IN ALLEN CO. 



Stephen F. Smart, 
S. H. Bioomhuff, 
F. V. V. Shell, 

A. H. (-arier, 

M. V. B. Gotshall, 
And. A. Purman, 
W. II. \^ itheis, 
Geo. W. Jones, 
Henry Tons, 
D. C. Fisher, 
Joseph Lombard, 

B. U. Skinner, 
Chri-stian Tressclt, 
U. M. Barton, 
Daniel llyan, 
Wra. T. Jeuison, 
Sol. D. Bayless, 
John H. Fleming, 
Homer C. Hartman, 
H.C. F. Westromb, 
Gilbert E. Bursley, 
John Shaffer, 

F. iM. Bioomhuff, 
D. B. Andrews, 
Lewis Newburger, 
R. S. Ilobert.ion, 
Peter Heller, 
Allan H. Dougal, 
^V m. Lytle, 
Geo. R. Hartraau, 
Michael Crow, 
George W. Durgiu, Jr. 
John Mohr, Jr., 
Calvin D. Crane, 
Samuel Swayiie, 
Chester Scarlet, 
Thoma.s Mtegan, 
David P. White, 
E. G. Coverdale, 
Geo. Esmond, 
H. H. Bossier, 
Henry Colerick, 
John R. Ross, 
Chas. F. Brenton, 
Amos (). Hamilton, 
Fred. Beach, 



Term Expires 



June 21, 1874 

April 9, 1874' 

March 29, 1874 

March 29, 1874 

February 3, 1874 

December 22, 1873 

November 15, 1873 

October 19, 1873 

September 18, 1873 

September 18, 1873 

September 11, 1873 

May 12, 1873 

June 1, 1873 

July 8, 1873 

July 25, 1873 

July 14, 1873 

July 10, 1873 

May 17, 1874 

February 8, 1873 

January 11, 1873 

December 15, 1873 

January 15, 1873 

31 arch 10, 187'3 

March 12, 187:^ 

March 20, 1873 

November 30, 1871 

December 26, 1871 

March 17, 1872 

April 17, 1872 

May 7, 1872 

June 10, 1872 

Julv 9, 1872 

OctobeV 3, 1872 

November 11, 1871 

Navember 29, 1871 

January 7, 1871 

January 7, 1871 

January 15, 1871 

January 29, 1871 

March 13, 1871 

May 24, 1871 

August 3, 1871 

April 5, 1874 

March 1, 1874 

February 7, 1874 

March 1, 1874 



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J9 



Wm. J. Kerr, 
Chr. Tresselt, 
C. Carroll Hicks, 
Ahram Jansen, 
Samuel E. Sinclair, 
John Hough, 
L. M. Rogers, 



Term Expires 



January 4, 1874: 

July 3, 1873 

October 1, 1872 

May 20, 1872 

May 20, 1871 

March 30. 1871 

October 2, 1870 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE IN 
ALLEN COUNTY. 



NAME. 


TOWNSHIP. 


TERM EXPIRES. 


Thomas H. McCormick, 


Maumee, 


April 17, 


1873 


Henry Keeler, 


Lake, 


April 17, 


1873 


Francis A. Roy, 












James E Graham, 


Wayne, 


September 20, 


1873 


John W. Harlan, 




April 17, 


1873 




Francis Pepe, 


St. Joseph, 


April 17, 


1873 


Eli Riugwalt, 


Milan, 


April 17, 


1873 


A. A. Baker, 


Monroe, 


April 17, 


1873 


John B. Comstock, 


Milan, 


Apiil 17, 


1873 


Henry S. Kelsey, 


Washington, 


January 21, 


1872 


S. H. Ambler, 


Lafayette, 


January 22, 


1872 


Thos Larimore, 


Lake, 


April 15, 


1872 


A. P. Creighton, 


Pleasant, 


^November 12, 


1871 


John Dougall, 


Adams, 


April 27, 


1872 


John McMillan, 


Jackson, 


April 18, 


1872 


Silas Work, 


Madison, 


July 12, 


1872 


Peter S. Crisenbury, 


Springfield, 


October 29, 


1872 


Luke Levanway, 


St. Joseph, 


May 20, 


1871 


Nicholas Ladig, 


JeflPerson, 


November 7, 


1870 


Wm. McCrory, 


Cedar Creek, 


November 9, 


1870 


Geo. Bullard, 


Aboite, 


November 7, 


1870 


James L. Hunter, 


Adams, 


April 19, 


1871 


Simeon B. Stouder, 


Aboite, 


April 19, 


1871 


Benj. Saunders, 


Wayne, 


October 10, 


1870 


Wm. Stewart, 


Wayne, 


October 10, 


1870 


Samuel 0. Freeman, 


Wayne, 


June 23, 


1873 


A. H. Bittinger, 


Wayne, 


October 10, 


1870 


Piatt Squiers, 


Scipio, 


May 30, 


1873 


John P. Hedges, 


Washington, 


June 13, 


1872 


I. W. Hutsell, 




October 25, 


1871 





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PUBLIC BUILDINGS, HALLS, &C. 



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

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

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

Odd Fellows' Hall, over the Post Office. 

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

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

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

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

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

Commercial College Building, south side of Main between Calhoun and 

Clinton. 
Hamilton's New Block, west side of Calhoun between Main and Berry. 
Burgess' Block, south side of Main between Calhoun and Clinton. 
Burgees and Schweaman's Block, 99 and 101 Columbia. 
Ewing Block, north-east corner of Main and Clinton. 

Ewing Building, south-west corner of Main and Harrison. i 

Covenant Hall, east side of Calhoun opposite Keystone Block. 



TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 



TRUSTEE: 

John G. Maier — Office, 78 Columbia. Term expires October, 1872. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE : 

S. C. Freeman — Office, east side of Court opposite Court House. 
Term expires June 2:>, 1873. 

Adam II. Bittcnger — Office, north-west corner of 3Iain and Calhoun. 
Term expires October 28, 1871. 

Benjamin Saunders — Office in Phoenix Block. Term expires October 
19, 1870. 

Wm. Stewart — Office, west side of Calhoun opposite Court House. 
Term expires October 10, 1870. 



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COUNTY OFFICERS. 



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



JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT: 

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

JUDGE COURT COMMON PLEAS: 

Robert S. Taylor, (by appointment), of the 20th Common Pleas Dis- 
trict. Terra expires October, 1870. 

JUDGE CRIMINAL CIRCUIT COURT: 
Jas. 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, 1870. 
F. VV. Kuhne, Deputy. 

TREASURER: 
Henry Monning — Office, Court House. Term expires October, 1870. 

C. M. Barton, Clerk. 

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

D. P. White, Deputy. 

SURVEYOR : 
W. H. Goshorn— Office, Court House. Term expires November, 1870. 

CORONER : 
John P. Waters — Term expires October, 1870. 
COMMISSIONERS: 
Office in Court House — Meet Quarterly. 
David H. Lipes — Term expires October, 1870. 
John A. Robison — Term expires October, 1870. 
John Begue — Term expires October, 1871. 

PROSECUTOR OF THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 
Jos. S. Dailey— Residence, Bluffton. Term expires December, 1870. 

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



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SUPERINTENDENT POOR HOUSE: 
John Spice — Term expires September, 1872. 

SCHOOL P]XAMINER: 
James H. Smart — Office at High School. Term expires June, 1872. 

COURT HOUSE JANITOR: 
David A. Robison — Terra expires March, 1871. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



The Fort Wayne Rink Association — Rink Building, north side Berry 
between Clinton and Barr. Sol. D. Bayless, President ; John H. Bass, 
Vice President; Chas. D. Bond, Treasurer; E. P. Williams, Secretary. 
Directors — C. D. Hond, John H. Bass, A. Hattersley, Sol. D. Bayless, 
S. T. Hanna, H. H. Edgerton, F. Eckert. 

Kekionga Base Ball Club — Organized 18G5. Grounds west of the 
City Rcckhill Addition, known as Camp Allen Grounds. A. W. '\yri<^ht, 
President ; M. Nirdlinger, Vice President ; 11. J. Fisher, Treasurer ; T. 
C. Mays, Recording Secretary ; Geo. J. E. Mayer, Corresponding Secre- 
tary and Captain. 

Plus Library Association — Library Room at St. Joseph's School, 
south-west corner Lafayette and Jefierson. .J. II. Pranger, President; 
B. IL Trentniiin, Treasurer; P. J. Mettler, Secretary; F. 31. Willea- 
burg, Librarian. 

Fort Wayne Beethoven Society — Meets in Hamilton's Building, west 
side Calhoun street opposite Court House, every Friday evening. Henry 
G. Olds, President; 0. J Willson, Vice President; John Mohr, Jr., 
Secretary; Chas. McCulloch, Tseasurer ; Peter D. Smyser, Librarian; 
A. K Virgil, Director; W. A. Ilodgdon, Assistant Director; Frank B. 
Vogel, A. J. J^ang, C. F. W. Meyer, Executive Committee; C. F. W. 
Meyer, A. Joost, John Mohr, Jr., 1 ianists. 

Allen County Medical Society — Meets first Tuesday in each month. 
Officers for 1870: Dr. B. S. Woodworth, President; Dr. W. H. 
Thacker, Vice President; Dr. J. S. Gregg, Treasurer; Dr. L. II. 
Spalding, Secretary ; Drs. H. P. Ayres, W. H. Myers and J. S. Gregg, 
Censors. 

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

Concordia College — Situated north side Maumce Road, east of Corpo- 
ration Line. Under the auspices of the German Evangelical Lutheran 
Synod of Missouri, Ohio and other States. Board of Trustees and In- 
spectors : Rev. H. C. Schwan, Cleveland, O.; Rev. C. F. W. Walther, 
St Louis, Mo.; Philip Kleischman, J. G. Thieme, John F. W. Meyer, 
Christ. Schaper, Fort Wayne; Rev. Dr. Wm. Sihler, President ; G. A. 
Saxcr, Director; D. Droste, Treasurer. 



FORT WAYNE CITY GUIDE. 23 

Fort Wayne College — West end Wtiyne street. The Institution was 
first informally set before the public September 28. 1846, by a meeting 
of a Board of Trustees not under the charter. In January, 1847, a 
charter was granted by the State Legislature incorporating the Institution 
as " Fort Wayne Female College.'' The Trustees first met under the 
charter June 19, 1847. The corner-stone was laid with appropriate 
ceremonies June 23, 1847. And the College was opened in October, 
1847, for the reception of students. In the spring of 1850 gentlemen 
were admitted to the classes by permission, and May 14, 1853, a school 
for gentlemen, styled the " Fort Wayne Collegiate Institute," was in- 
corporated, the two Institutions being virtually' one in Faculty, Classes 
and Edifice. On the 10th day of October, 1855, the two Institutions 
were consolidated by law, with the name and title of " Fort Wayne 
College," under a charter as ample as any College in the land. Since 
that both sexes have been, as equals, admitted to its halls. From its 
origin, a degree of prosperity attended which made its friends confident 
that the hand and blessing of Providence was in the enterprise. It has 
educated very many, and has graduated a lar^e number, all of whom can 
be spoken of honorably as workers; earnest and zealous. Faculty — Eev. 
John B. Robinson, A. M., President, and Professor of Ancient Lan- 
guages and Sciences ; Rev. Levi Beers, A. B.. Professor of Mathematics; 
Adelin A. Hitchcock, A. B., Instructor of Modern Languages and Eng- 
lish Literature; Almon K. Virgil, Principal of Musical Department; 
Albert Joost, Instructor of Piano; Chas. Streuby, Instructor of Orches- 
tral Instruments; Mrs. Henry Dills, Instructor of Painting and Draw- 
ing ; Nellie Couts, Teacher of Geography. Board of Trustees — Hon. 
John H. Baker, Esq., John M. Miller, Rev. B. Wilson Smith, A.M., 
Homer C. Hartman, Ksq., Rev. David P. Hartmau, Rev. Dan'l Markley, 
Thos. W. Sale, Esq., Cornelius S. Smith, M. D., Geo. W. Brackenridge, 
Alex C. Heustis, A. M., Lindiey M. Ninde, Esq., Rev. Evan Snider, 
Phineas S. Underbill ; appointed by North Indiana Conference, Hon. 
John H. Baker, Esq., Joseph Crabb, Rev. M. H. Mendenhall, A. M. 
Officers of the Board — Geo. W. Brackenridge, President; Rev. Daniel 
Markley, Vice President; Homer C. Hartman, Secretary; John M. 
Miller, Treasurer. 

Indiana State Pharmaceutical Association — Organized June, 1870. 
H. V. Sweringen, President ; Thos. M. Biddle, Vice President; Geo. C. 
Nell, Treasurer ; G-. J. Meyer, Secretary. 

High School Library — In High School Building. Number of Vol- 
umes, 1,000. 

Jewish Poor Fund Society— Isaac Lauferty, Simon Freiburger and 
Fred. Nirdlinger, Trustees. 

Ladies' Hebrew Benevolent Society — Meets every Thursday. Mrs. 
Leopold Falk, President; Mrs. Moses Juamley, Secretary. 

Ladies and Gentlemen's Hebrew Literary Association — Meets every 
Sunday evening at Covenant Hall. Lewis Newberger, President; Francis 
Falk, Secretary ; Esther Becker, Financial Secretary. 

Allen County Bible Society— Organized April, 1833. Depository, 
Keil & Bros., Phoenix Block. Meets last Tuesday in each month. A. S. 
Evans, Treasurer. 

Indiana Land Agency— John Hough, Proprietor. Ofiiee, 50 Calhoun 
street. 



24 FORT WAYNE CITY GDIDE. 



Pendajrger Club — Organized June 11, 1848. Meets the first Saturday 
evening in each month. Kooni?, Coluujbia t«treet between Calhoun and 
Clinton. W. J. Van Schuyver, President; E L Chittrnden, Secretary. 

Fort Wayne Gas Light Co. — Organized August, 1855. Capital, 
8150,000 A. P. Kdgerton, President; II. IJ. Kdgcrlon, Secretary, 
Treasurer and Superintendent; A. P. Edgertou, 11 E. Fleming, A. P. 
Edgerton, Jr., Sylvester Medbury and H. H. Edgerton, Directors. 

Gorman Catholic Carl Barromoeus Society — Organized August, 1800. 
Hall in St. Joseph's School, corner of Jeiferson and Jjafayette streets. 
Martin Bargus, Marshal; John G. Fleddernian, ]*residcnt; B.H.Trent- 
man, Vice President ; P. J. Mettler, First Secretary; H. Bargus. Second 
Secretary ; Conrad Tiemmel, Third Secretary ; John Mohr, Treasurer. 

Caledonian Society — Organized Febru; ry, 18G0. 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. 
Rooms in Court House Building, Election of Directors annually in 
December. 

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

Lai'ayette French Benevolent S'lciety — Organized February, 1861. 
Meets second Saturday in each month at Hall No. 54 K. Main street. 
A. H. Carier, President; J. Laurent, Secretary ; Jos. Didier, Treasurer. 



BOUNDAKIES OF WAEDS. 



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

SECOND W^ARD — Comprises all that part of the city lying between 
Lafayette and Calhoun streets, north of Railroad Tracks and south of 
River. 

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

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

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

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

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

EIGHTH WARD— Comprises all that part of the city lying cast of 
Monroe street and north of T., W. & W. Railway Track. 

NINTH Ward — Comprises all that part of the city lying north ot 
St. Mary's River and W. & E. Canal Basin. 



FORT WAYNE CITY GDIDE. 25 



STREET DIEECTORY. 



Baker, west from Calhoun next south of Brackenridge. 

Barr, south from Duck next east of Clinton. 

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

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

Blutf'ton Plank Road, continuation of Broadway from P., Ft. W. & C. 

Railway, running south-west. 
Bowber, west from Lima Plank Road, Blooming-dale. 
Brackenridge, west from Calhoun next south of Douglas Av. 
Brandriff, west from Webster to Hoagland next south of Melita. 
Broadway, from Canal to Bluffton Plank Road next west of P'ulton. 
Buchanan, east from Lafayette to ilanna, Lasselle's Addition. 
Butler, from Fairfield Av. east to Lafayette next south of Williams. 
Calhoun, south from Canal Feeder to City Limits, between Harrison and 

Clinton. 
Canal, from Clay to Monroe next north of Berr3^ 
Cass, south from Canal Feeder to Berry, between Ewing and Maiden 

Lane. 
Cass, north from High to Douglas, Blooraingdale. 
Cass, south from Lasselle next eas^t from Piqua Plank Road, Lasselle's 

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 Lafiyette and Monroe. 
Clinton, south from Duck next east of Calhoun. 
Colerick, from Fairfield Av. cast 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. l,from fLirrison east to Lafayette next north of Main. 
Columbia No. 2, east from Fulton north of Canal. 
Comparet, south from Wayne 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, nex-:, south of Highland 

and Brandriff. 
Divi>iou, 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. 
Kwing, from River south between Griffith and Cass. 
Fairfield Avenue, continuation of Griffith. 
Feeder, from Canal Feed south to St. Mary's River, next west of Ca.ss, 

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



2t) FORT WAYNE CITF GUIDE. 

Force, Jones & Bass' Foundry Addition. 

Fourth, east from Lima Plank Koad next north of Third, Bloomingdale. 

Francis, south from Canal to liCwis next east of Ilauna. 

Fulton, from River south between Griffith and Broadway. 

Garden, from Washinjjton south next west of Nelson. 

Gay, south from P., Ft. W. «t C. K. R. next east of John. 

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

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

Grant, east from 11 anna next south of Jones. 

Griliith, from River south between Ewing and Fulton. 

Guthrie, north side T., W. & VV. Railway Track, from BlufiFton Road to 
Lavinia Av. 

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

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

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

Ilarmer, south from Canal to Lewis next east of Francis. 

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

Henry, west from Hoagland next south of Poplar. 

Herudon, Jones & Bass' Foundry Addition. 

Hiuh, west from Lima Plank Road, Bloomingdale. 

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

Hoagland, south from T. & W. Railway next east of Faiifield Av. 

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

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

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

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

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

Jcflerson, east from Corporation Line to Harmer next south of Washing- 
ton. 

John, Jones & Bass' Foundry Addition. 

Jones, Jones & Bass' Foundry Addition. 

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

Kansas, south from Baker next west of Webster. 

King, south from Wayne next east of Ilarmer. 

Lafayette, south from River to Corporation Line next east of Barr. 

Lassello, east from Lafayette to Ilauna next south of Charles. 

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

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

Lavinia Avenue, south from Taylor to Guthrie next west of Bluffton 
Road. 

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

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

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

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

McClellan, south from Lewis next west of Webster. 

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

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

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

Marion, north fVom High to Douglas, Bloomingdale. 

Maumce, east from Calhoun to Barr ne^jxt south of Holman. 

Maumee Road, east from Haruer next south of Washington. 

Melita, west from Webster to Hoagland, next south of T. & W. Railway. 

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



FORT WAYNE CITY ODIDE. 27 



Montgomery, east froia Barr to H mm next south of Lewis. 

Morrel, south from P , Ft. W. & C. Railway next west of Blufftoa Road. 

Nelson, south from Washington between Garden and College. 

Nirdlinger, west from Bluffton Phink Road next south of VVall. 

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

Avenue. 
Oak, east from division next south of Maumee Road. 
Oakley, south from Taylor next west from Fairfield Av. 
Ohio, south from Maumee Road next east of Walnut. 
Pearl, from Fulton east between Main and Canal. 
Pine, south from T. & W. Railway next west of Fairfield Av. 
Pittsburgh, east from Clay to Harmer next south of Hough. 
Plum, from Water to St. Mary's River between Harrison and Cass. 
Poplar, west from Fairfield Av. next south of Walnut. 
Pritchard, west from Broadway next nor'h of P.. Ft. W. & C. Railway. 
Rockhill, from Washington to Mam next west of Union. 
St. Francis, Lafayette to Hnnna, liasselle's Addition. 
St. Louis, along north side T. & W. Railway west from Fairfield Av. 
St. jMary's, north side River Bank from Lima Plank Road to N. Calhoun. 
Samuel, ea«t and west of John next south of Horace. 
Six h, east from Lima Plank Ro id n3xt north of Fifth, Blooraingdale. 
Second, cast from Lima Plai k Road next north of First, Bloomingdale. 
Smith, south from P., Ft. W. & C. Railway, next east of Clay, Bass & 

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

on west side St. Joe River north. 
Sturgis, west froui Fulton to Broadway next south of Jefferson. 
Summit, east from Harmer to City Limits next north of Lewis. 
Sutteufield, east from Calhoun to Hanna next south of Taber. 
Taber, east from Calhoun to Hanna next south of Creigbton. 
Taylor, west from Fairfield Av. next south of Locust. 
Third, east from Lima Plank Road next north of Second, Bloomingdale. 
Toledo, east from Lafayette to Hanna next south of Hough. 
Union, from Corporation Line to Berry next west of Jackson. 
University, south from Wayne next east of t'omparet. 

Van Burn, from Canal to Corporation Line next west of Broadway. 

Virginia, east from Lafayette to Hanna next south of Toledo. 

Wall, west from Blufltoa Plank Road next south of P., Ft. W. & C. 
Railway. 

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. 

Washington, east from Corporation Line to Harmer next north of Jefferson. 

Water, from Ewing east to River next north of Columbia. ^ 

Wayne, east from Rockhill to Harmer next north of Washington. 

Webster, from Berry south to Corporation Line, between Ewing and 
Harrison. 

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

West, from Pritchard south to Railroad next west of Hood. 

Williaius, from Fairfield Av. eist to Cilhouu next south of Colerick. 

Wilt, from N«jlson east next south of Jefferson. 
I Wines, from Fairfield Av. to llo igland next south of Williams 



28 FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



INSURANCE! 

Low Rates ! Prompt Settlements ! 



DURCIN ^ JOHNSTON, 

A.G JUN TS, 

REPRESEXT THE FOKLOWIXG RELIABLE C0MPAME8: 

THE QUEEN, of Liverpool and London; 

Capilal, $10,000,000. 

SECURITY, of New York; 

Assets, $1,900,000. 

YONKERS & NEW YORK, of New York ; 

Assets, $900,000. 

LUMBERMANS, of Chicago; 

Assets, $400,000. 

Will write Dwellings, Farm, Mproantile and Speeial Risks as low as any responsible 
Company, and will look after the interest of the assured with promptness and dili^^ence. 

DIRGIIV & JOIIXSTOX. 26 Court St. 



LIFE INSURANC 

The Noblest .and most Effective Form of Philanthropy I 



IIVSIRE TOUR LIFE IIV THE 

&M[RICIlil[IF[liiSURIltiC[CONIPAiY, 

Incorporated 1850. - Assets, $3,000,000. 

CASH r>ivir>ii:i\r>s ajnintjall^". 
All Policits ^oii-Forfeitable. Losses Paid Promptly. 

WM. JOHNSTON, Jr., Agent, 

20 Court Street, FT. AVi^YNE, IND. 



FT. WAYNE DIRECTORY, 



DF'OIt XS'70-'71- 



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avenue 

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board.- 

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commission 

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corporation 

drayman 

cast 

hou se 

.manafactory or munufacturei 



mer stands for. 



tp... 
wks. 



....merchant 

north 

near 

opposite 

railroad 

proprietor 

.... residence 
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Abbott Henrietta B. h 213 W. Berry 
Abbott Wm. T. h 213 W. Berry 
Abner Geo. laborer, bds 146 E. Lewis 
Abner Lawrence, carpenter, h 146 E. Lewi.s 
Aborn O. H. clerk Co. Clerk's Office, bds 76 W. Berry 
Acheubach Prof Wm. teacher at Concordia College 
Adams Chas brakeuian, bds 237 Lafayette 

ADA.MS EXPRESS COMPANY, w s Harrison opposite Co- 
lumbia; C. Lee Smith, Agent 
Adams Ida, seamstress, bds nee Main and Barr 
Adams Ida, servant, 86 E. Main 
Adams Israel, engineer, h 138 W. Wayne 
Adams John, engineer, h 77 Montgomery 

Adams liobt, W. brakeman, h w s Fairfield Av. b Locust and Taylor 
Adkins Armus, conductor, h n s Charles b Clay and Monroe 
Adler Andrew, expressman, h s s Wall w of Hood 
Adler Ernst, machinist, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co's 
Adler Frank, music teacher, h e s Ewing b Wayne and Washington 
Adler Geo. carpenter, bds Andrew Adler's 
Aelart Chas. h 200 Barr 

JETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF HARTFORD, 

CONN., 50 Calhoun ; John Hough, Agent 
.^TNA SEWING MACHINE, 74 Calhoun ; p. Kestel, Agent 
Agster Anna M. boarding house, 156 Harrison 
Agster Henry, machinist, bds 156 Harrison 

Able Fred, laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railway Freight Depot 
Aikin W. 1). carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Kail way Carpenter Shop 



30 FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 

J. R. HOFFMAN & BROS., 



Manufacturers of 






I^or Salving Logs, 

Also, Manufacturers of 

BLACK WALNUT LUMBER, 

Chair Stuffs, Table Legs, &c. 

Band Saw Mill, Corner Main and Van Buren Sts., 
FORT WAYNE, IND. 

COCHRANE, HUMPHREY & CO., 

Contractors and Builders, 

AND MANUFACTURERS OF 

Sash, Doors, Blinds, Flooring, 

Siding, Mouldings, Brackets, Etc., 

ALSO, DEALERS IN 

LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES, &c, &c. 

Wood Turning Done to Order. 

Factory and Yard, Corner of Pearl and Fulton Sts., 
FORT WAYNE, INDIANA. 



FORT WAYNE [AME] DIRECTORY. 31 



Airmann Kate, servant, 238 W. Berry 

Akers Mary, widow, h 105 Jackson 

Akers R. F. carpenter, h n s Chicago b Kansas and Webster 

Akin Mrs. M. J. millinery, e s Calhoun b Lewis and Holmaa 

Akin W. D. carpenter, h e s Calhoun b Lewis and Holmau 

Albaugh Martha E. bds Ellen Bazire's 

Albert Nicholas J. saloon, 88 Barr 

Albrecht John, shoe maker, h s w c Jefferson and Rockhill 

Albrecht M. L. carriage painter, bds 103 VV. Main 

Albright Christian, carpenter, wks 85 E. Wayne 

Albright F. molder, wks Murray & Baker's 

Albright Frank, blacksmith, h w s N. Cass b 3d and ith, Bloomingdale 

Alert Hook & Ladder Co. No. 1, House, n w c Clinton and Berry 

Alexander W. Ct. auctioneer 7 E. Main, bds 50 W. Water 

A.ley Maggie, servant, 234 W. Berry 

Algeier Frank, tinner, bds 181 Clinton 

Algcs Frank W. laborer, h 43 E. VVater 

Algier Wm. pattern maker, bds 15 W. Washington 

Alien Jennie, waiter, Mayer House 

Allbauch Muttie, dress maker, bds Mrs. M. J. Akin's 

Allbright Luther, painter, bds 103 W. Main 

Allegar David, sawyer, h w s Union b Jefferson and Washington 

Allen Miss A. A. clerk CO^ Calhoun, h a w c Main and Barr 

Allen Alfred C. bds rear 190 W. Main 

Allen Anna, res Susan Allen's 

ALLEN C. W., Carpenter, Contractor and Builder, s w c Wayne 

and Fulton ; h 165 W. Wayne 
Allen Clara, dress and cloak maker, n s Main b Calhoun and Harrison 
Allen County Jail, w s Calhoun n of Water 
Allen J. B. carpenter, wks C. W. Allen's 
Allen James, cooper, bds nee Water and Clinton 
Allen James M. cooper, bds nee Clinton and Water 
Allen John, brick layer, bds 87 E. Jefferson 
Allen John B. bds 165 W. Wayne 
Allen Susan, widow, h n w c Main and Barr 

AUenk Herman, laborer, h s s Maumee Road b Walnut and Ohio 
Allgier Joseph, blacksmith, bds Chas. W. Mesing's 
Allgier W. pattern maker, wks J. C. Bowser & Co's 
Alliger Benj. machinist, res w s Old Piqua Road s of Maumee Road 
Alliger C. F. clerk, bds Benj. Alliger's 
Alringer Isidor, book-keeper 18 W. Berry, h 23 Madison 
Altekruse Christina, servant, 52 E. Jefferson 
Altekruse Ernst, laborer, h 50 Monroe 
Altenberg B. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Lumber Yard 
Alter Jacob, painter, h 32 Wi't 

Alter Nicholas, groceries, e s Force b Jones and Grant 
Alter Peter, carpenter, bds Nicholas Alter's 
Altevogt Herman, laborer, h 143 E. Lewis 

Amann Daniel, (A. & Stirling) h s s Washington b Rockhill and College 
Amann Fred, helper, h south of the west end of High, Blooraiugdalo 
Amann Louis, plasterer, h n s Wasliington b Monroe and Hanaa 
Amann & Stirling, (Daniel A. & Thos. S.) lumber dealers, n s Pearl b 

Ewiug and Griffith 
America Noah, laborer, h 104 Madison 



j 32 FORT WAVNE ADVERTISK.VIKNTS. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK, 

Soiitli-lOiis^st Ooi-iioi- or 31jiiii siikI Ooiii-t ►Stveots. 

Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $60,000. 

J. D. NUTTMAN, President. W. B. FISHER, Cashier. 

.JOHN ORFF, Vice President. 

FIRST JVATIOIV AL B Vi\K OIU; VINlZIin l.\ li\OI AI\ \. < OI,l,E< TICVS MADE AT 
ALL ACt K>?silULK I'OLMS lA THIC M K-TKK.\ STATK!?. 

DIRECTORS.— Snnmi'l Hanim, F. NiniliiiL'or, .1. M. M Her, J. I>. Nuttiiiiin, John Orff, 
A. S. Evan.-, A. Ii. liiinuliirt, W. B. Fi.-lirr, II. U. Miner. 



HOMER C. HARTMAN, 



9 
Office over Post Office, FORT WAYNE, IND. 



Special Attention ilYeu to Real Estate mi Proliate Business of all Bnis. 



HUESTIS & HAMILTON, 

WHOLESALE GROCERS, 

Nos. 83 and 85 Columbia St., 

FORT WAYNE, INDIANA. 



American House, 

B. H. SCHNIEDER, Proprietor. 
124 Columbia St., FORT WAYNE, IND. 

GOOD SAMPLE ROOMS ON FIRST FLOOR. 



FOKT WAYNE [ARL] DIRECTORF. 33 

Ambrose Sister, superior St. Augustine Academy, sec Calliouu and Jef- 
ferson 

AMERICAN HOUSE, 124, 126 and 128 Columbia ; B. H. 
Schneiders, Proprietor 

AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE CO. OP PHILA- 

DELPHIA, PENiN. Office, 2(J Court ; Wm. Jolmston, Jr., General 
Agent 

Ames Geo. W. teamster, h IG W. Jefferson 

Ames J. P. conductor, bds Aveline House 

Ames Ilufus, carriage maker, bds 16 W. Jefferson 

Ammon Daniel, lumber dealer, h 287 W. Washington 

Amou Chas. clerk, h 225 W. Washington 

Anderson Anna, bds 142 ¥j. Main 

Anderson Calvin, h 117 W. Wayne 

ANDERSON E. G., Dealer in Groceries and Country Produce, n 
w c Broadway and Jefferson ; h 186 \V. Jefferson 

Anderson Felix H. signs, card, glass gilding and ornamental painting, s 
w c Berry and Calhoun, up stair.s, res Country 

Anderson Geo. R. engineer, h 165 llolman 

Anderson James, machinist, bds Sarah Anderson's 

Anderson S. shoe maker, h n s Washington b Monroe and Hanna 

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

ANDERSON T. P., Dealer in Pianos, Organs and Sewing Ma- 
chines, 62 Calhoun ; h e s Lima Road, one-fourth mile from City 

Andres John, groceries, n s Burr b Jefferson and Washington 

Andrew David, boiler maker, h 231 Barr 

Andrews D. boiler maker, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Boiler Shop 

Andrews Wm N. clerk Meyer Bros. & Co's, h 43 W. Berry 

Angell Mrs. Orange, widow, h 170 W. Berry 

Angst Leonhard, bds Sebastian Widmer's 

Ankenbrock Bernhard, laborer, h 170 E. Washington 

Ankenbrock Martin, laborer, h 255 E Wayne 

Ankenbroke Barney, team.-ter City Mills, h 170 E. Washington 

Annan Mathias, teamster, bds Michael Orr's 

Auschutz Philip H. printer, h 33 W. Jefferson 

Ansell Geo. spinner Summit City Woolen Mills, bds Chas. Willson's 

Anthes Philip, baker, bds 8 Harrison 

Anuz B. wks N. G. Olds & Sou's 

Anuz Herman, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Anuz J. wks N. G Olds & Son's 

Auweiler Louis, carpenter, h n e c Jackson and Pritchard 

APP MATHIAS, Boot and Shoe Manufacturer and Dealer, w s 
Calhoun b Wayne and Washington, opp Mayer House; h 79 W. 
Washington 

Applev , carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R Carpenter Shop 

Appley G. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R R. Yard 

Arantz Simon, carpenter, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co's 

Archer John H. real estate, nee Calhoun and Main, res e s Calhoun 
one-half mile s of Railroad 

Arentz Philip, saw mill, h s s Washington b Clinton and Barr 

Arenz Bernhard, laborer, h 121 Madison 

Arenz Herman, laborer, h 121 Madison 

Arlens H. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Boiler Shop 

Arlic Adelaid, weaver, wks Summit City AVoolen Mills _^____ 



34 FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS, 



MODERWELL $( FoWLER, 

MANTFArTUKEKS OF 

THE PARIS YOKE SHIRT, 

AND DEALERS IN 

Gents' Furnishing Goods, 

Corner of Berry and Callio-an Streets, 
FORT WAY3fE, IXI>. 

R. MORGAN FRENCH. CHAS. HANNA. O. W. JEFFERDS. 

FRENCH, HANNA & CO., 

Su&isiit City Woolen Mills, 

FORT ^VA.YN^E, - - - II^n3Ii^:N'i^. 

Manufacturers of and AVholcsale and Retail Dealers In 

CLOTHS, SATINETS, JEANS, TWEEDS, 

Flannels, Blankels, Woolen Yarn, &c. 
Also DEALERS IN AVOOL. 



We call Special attention to our Fine ALL AVOOL BLANKETS and 
YAKNS, particularly adapted to the City Trade. 



HOUSE, ORNAMENTAL, 



— c^ AND ■»-§=— 



SIGJ^N PA^INTIINTG^, 

North-East Corner of Calhoun and Washington Streets, 
FORT WAYXE, IXD. 



1705309 

FORT WAYNE [AXT] DIRECTORY. 35 



Arniack Albert, book-keeper J. C. Bowser & Go's, has Water b Cal- 
houn and Harrison 

Armand Wm carpenter, li 143 Harrison 

Aruibruster Chas. fireman, h n e e Lafayette and Charles 

Armet "^Vm. carpenter, h 146 Harrison 

Arnisbrewster C. fireman, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R Co 

Armstrong Melinda, widow, h 251 W. Berry 

Armstrong Salantha, res 251 W. Berry 

Armstuerz Peter, laborer, h e s Force b Grant and St. Francis 

Arndt P-iuline, servant, 209 W. Wayne 

Arnold Clinton, brakeman, h n s Chicago b Kansas and Fairfield Av 

Arnold Fred, clerk 49 Columbia, bds nee Clinton and Water 

Arnold James, conductor, bds Clinton Arnold's 

Arnold John, carpenter, h 125 W. Washington 

Arns Kosa, servant, 77 W. Wayne 

Arny Anna, widow, h n s Nirdlinger Av. w of Broadway 

Ash Henry J. traveling agent, h 104 E Main 

Ashley Judson, conductor, h n w c Fulton and George 

Ashley Philo H bds 148 Harrison 

Atchison Quincy A. conductor, bds 62 W. Main 

Atchison Theodore, machinist, bds see Fairfield Av. and Colerick 

Atkins Wm. machinist, wks T., W. & W. il. R. Shops 

Atwood J. A. carriagesmith, h 50 Lavina 

Atwood J. A. miller, h n s Lavina b Fairfield Av. and Broadway 

Auamann Conrad, sawyer, h w s Gay b Samuel and Charley 

Aubry Joseph, lamp lighter, h n s Duck b Clinton and Barr 

AUER CONXIAD, Wine and Lager Beer Saloon, 163 Broadway 

AUGER CHAS., Gardener and Florist, h n s Wayne opp Concor- 
dia College 

Aukenbrook M. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Lumber Yard 

Aumann Fred, laborer, res Bloomingdale 

Aumann AVm. engineer Busse & Go's, res Bloomingdale 

AURENTZ & REMMEL, ("^ol. A. A. & Augustus C. R.) Dealers 
in Family Groceries, Provisions, Produce, &c., e s Broadway b Jef- 
ferson and George 

Aurentz Sol. A. (A. & Remmel) h s w c Broadway and Wilt 

Austin VV^m. carpenter, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co's 

Austin Wm. laborer, h 147 W. Main 

Auth Peter, laborer, h s s W. 4th west of Wells, Bloomingdale 

Aveline Mrs. Catherine, res Wm. T. Pratt's 

Aveline Mrs. F. S. millinery, 2 Aveline House Block, h 144 E. Berry 

Aveline Geo. J. bds 144 E. Berry 

AVELINE HOUSE, Miller & Moritz, Proprietors, s e c Calhoun 
and Berry 

Aveline Mrs. J. A. widow, h 144 E. Berry 

AVELINE J. B. & CO., (Joseph B. A., John S. Shurick & Junia 
A. Aveline) Dealers in and Manufacturers of Tight Barrel Staves 
and Heading, Office and Factory, s w c Lafayette and Railroad 

Aveline John J. clerk, bds 144 E. Berry 

Aveline Joseph B. (J. B. A. & Co.) h s s Brackenridge b Harrison and 
Webster 

Aveline Junia A. (J. B. Aveline & Co.) h 144 E. Berry 

Axt Moritz, carpenter, h 90 Francis 

Axt Sophia, servant, 133 W. Washington 



FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



KKKR MTRRAY 



HENRY BAKER. 



URRAY ^ BAKER, 

ENGINEERS, MILLWRIGHTS, FOUNDERS, 



-<-fMANUFACTIIRERS OF^-^:^ 



Grist, Linseed Oil and Saw Mills, 
iiio:n^ ^nd brass castings. 

And Contractors for the Erection of Gas Works. 

Manuractuiers of all the Latest and Best 

€>jm.^ j^j^^^Slc:^ jMiJtJW JES^^I^. 

Works at the Railway Depots, 
FORT ^VAYISTE, - INDIAISTA. 



BRANDRIFF & ROBERTS, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in the various kinds of 

TOVES. 

Jliimifacturers and Dealers in 

Tin Plate, Copper, Brass 




-AND- 



Sheet Iron Ware. 



-ALSO- 



Iron, Nails and Glass, 



EXGIISH AXil AMEUICAX HVRDWARK, Mechanics' Toels, Pine Boors, 
Sash. Blinds, Paints, Oils and Yarnlshes,S»jlhes, Grain Cradles, Horks, 
Shovels, IIocs, Leather and Unbbcr Belting, Mill Saws, «fcc., Ac. 

Nos. 58 and 60 Columbia Street, 
FORT WAYXK, IIMI'IAXA. 



FORT WAYNE [BAK] DIRECTORY. 37 



Ayres Daniel C. carpenter, h s w c Union and Wayne 

Ayres H. P. physician, s wc Main and Calhoun, h 1:^0 Clinton 

AYRES S. C., Kesident Oculist and Aurist, Office, s w c Main and 

Calhoun; h 120 Clinton 
AZTEC PAINT WORKS, J. Godown & Co., Proprietors, 90 

Farfield Av., cor T., W. & W. llailway 

B 

Baade "Wm. policeman, h n w c Jefferson and Francis 

Baals August, clerk, DeGroff, Nelson & Co's, bds sec Jones and Force 

Baals Geo carpenter, h s e c Jones and Force 

Baals John L. laborer, h 288 W. Jefferson 

Baals Majrgie, clerk, DeGroff, Nelson & Co's, bds sec Jones and Force 

Babbitt Anion, cooper, h s s Wayne b Hanna and Francis 

Babcock V\^ C. carpenter, h 165 Holman 

Bachelor H. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Bachler Hugh, musician, h n s Main b Broadway and Fulton 

Backhorn Fred, boiler maker, h 24 Wall 

Backus Jacob, helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Boiler Shop 

Backus John, boiler maker, h s e c 3d and N. Cass, Bloomingdale 

Bacon Frank, clerk, bds American House 

Bade Fred, shoemaker, h w s St Marys Av. s of High. Bloomingdale 

Bade Henry, laborer, h w s St. Marys Av. s of High, Bloomingdale 

Baer Geo. conductor, h 85 W. Jefferson 

Baer Michael, brakeman, h s s Williams b Webster and Hoaglaud Av 

Bacrman , laborer, wks Ranke, Yergens & Co's 

Baes Amon, butcher, h 14-t E Jefferson 

Bagal Ernst, laborer, h n w c Webster and Jefferson 

Bagley Hugh, shoemaker, 4 Keystone Block, h e s Wells b 1st and 2d, 

Bloomingdale 
Bahde Frederick, laborer, h 63 W. Jefferson 
Bahde H. laborer, wks P., Ft. V\^. & C. R R. Lumber Yard 
Bailey J. blacksmith, wks T , W. & W R. R. Shops 
Bailey J. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R 
Baillie John, blacksmith, h n w c Pritchard and Jackson 
Biiinbridge Miss A. C. milliner, res Wm. C. Bainbridge's 
BaiubriJge D. W. tinner, bds 57 Barr 

Biiubridge Wm. tin shop, w s Broadway b Jefferson and Wilt, h 57 Barr 
Baird Wm. B. saloon, bds 70 W. Main 
Bairlin F. coppersmith, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 
Baker Andrew, brakeman, bds Main Street Exchange 
Baker C. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C, R. R. Carpenter Shop 
Baker Chas. A. drug clerk, bds 193 W Berry 
Baker Cjnrad, shoemaker, h 193 VV. Berry 
Biker Geo. J. blacksmith, bds 145 Clinton 
Baker Henry, carpenter, bds 187 E. Washington 
Baker Henry, (Murray & B.) and supt. Wabash & Erie Canal, office n w c 

Columbia and Calhoun, res on east side St. Joe River, one mile 

north-east of the city 
Baker J. machinist, wks Murray & Baker's 
Baker Jacob, (J. & K. B.) h 138 E. Main 



38 FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



OLIVER P. IMORGAN. FREDERICK BEACH. 

MOROAlSr & BEA-GH, 

JOBBERS AND DEA1<ERS IK 

GENERAL HAEDWARE, CUTLERY, MECHANICS' anl FARMERS' TOOLS, 

Nails, Glass, Rubber and Leather Belting, 

TVo. SO Coliiiiil>ia, Street, 



-ilANUFACTURER OF- 



Sasli, Doors, Blinds, Moulding, Store Fronts, &c, 

CUSTOM WORK frohiftly executed. 
North Side of the Canal, West of the Gas Works, 

FOR WAYJfE, INDIABTA. 



CHARLES MESIISTG, 
GENERAL BLACKSMITH SHOP, 




And Manufacturer of 



Steel Plows, Harrows 

Water St., bet. Clinton & Calhoun, 
Fort Wayne, Ind. 



JOSEPH L. POTTEE, 

CONTRACTOR, CARPENTER & BUILDER. 

Particular Attention paid to STAIR BUILDING. 

Shop, North-East Corner Main and Griffith Sis., 

FORT WAYNE, IJ^OIAl^A. 



FORT WAYNE [BAR] DIRECTORY. 33 



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

BAKER JOHN, General Blacksmith, Manufacturer of Spring 
Wagons, Spokes Hubs, &c., w s Lafayette b Main and Columbia" 
h U5 Clinton ' 

Baker John, machinist, bds 144 E. Lewis 

Baker John J. tinner, bds 193 W. Berry 

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

BAKER KILIAN & BRO., (Kilian & Jacob) Piano Makers and 
Repairers, Dealers in Pianos, Organs, Melodeons, Sheet Music, Mu- 
sical Instruments and General Musical Merchandise, 41 Columbia 

Baker L. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. E. R. Carpenter Shop 

Baker L. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 

Baker Peter, laborer, h 187 E. Washington 

Balcom Sarah L. widow, h 54 VV. Wayne 

Baldock Harriet, widow, h 8 Sturgis 

Baldwin Hannah A. hair dresser, 80 Columbia 

Balker H. laborer, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Yard 

Ballman Joseph, drayman, h n s Nirdlinger Av. w of Broadway 

Ballouf Edward, clerk, 108 Broadway 

Bakes Michael, contractor, h e s Harrison b Berry and Wayne 

Baltz G. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 

Baltz J. C. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 

Balz Julia, servant, 113 W. Berry 

Bandau Fred, carpenter, h w s Wells n of Douglas, Bloomingdale 

Bandon F. boilnr maker, wks J. H. Bass' 

Banker John, laborer, h w s Broadway b Pritchard and Noel 

Banta Herman, foreman paint shop, h 179 Griffith 

Bapp G. W. carpenter, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Barbier P. F. saw repairer, h 105 E. Main 

BARBOUR M. F., Real Estate and Collecting Agent, Office and 
Residence, Hanna House, cor Barr and Washington 

Barcorn F helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Boiler Yard 

Bareot Louisa, finisher, bds 57 W. Water 

Bard Frank I clerk Foote & Wooster's, h 210 W. Berry 

Bard Samuel, (Freeman, B. & Barnett) h 210 W. Berry 

Bare Amos, conductor, h s s Baker b Harrison and Webster 

Bare Daniel, clerk, bds John W. Deeter's 

Bare J. W. fireman, h n w c Lafayette and Hamilton 

Bargus H. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & U. R. R. Carpenter Shop 

Bargus M. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Carpenter Shop 

Barkley Ann, housekeeper, 132 E. Jefferson 

Barkus Henry, foreman, h 233 Lafayette 

Barkus Martin, carpenter, h 154 E Jefferson 

Barner Chas. foreman A. C. Beaver's, h 91 E. Lewis 

Barnes Rev. Horatio N. h 256 W. Jefferson 

Barnes J. B. machinist, h n s Chicago b Kansas and Webster 

Barnett A. G. (Freeman, Bard & B.) res east branch Lima Plank Road, 
^ mile north of city 

Barnhart Geo. laborer, bds John Hutter's 

Barns J machinist, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

BARNUM G. P., Veterinary Surgeon, Office", alley b Main and Berry 
and Calhoun and Harrison ; h 134 VV^ Main 

Barr John, bar-keeper. Fort Wayne Dining Hall 



40 



FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



FORT WAY^^jyiACni^^E WORKS. 
J"_ HI. B.A.SS, 



ste^m: 




ENGINES, 



3 

o 

T3 

3 




> 

m 

CO 



SAW AND GRIST MILL MACHINERY, 

Of Every Description, and 
MILL FURNISHING GOODS GENERALLY. 



CAR WHEELS, CHILLED TIRES, LOCOMOTIVE CYLINDERS, 



ANIt ALL KINDS OP 



Railroail anil Car CastiiiEs, BniUiiii Coliiuiiis, Grates, Railings, &c., k., 



nycj^iDE TO OK-X)Eie. 



Engines, Boilers and General Machinery 



B^jr" Competent Miliwriphts always on hand to furnish drafts and 
specifications, and superintend putting up our mills. 



FORT WAYNE 



[BAS] 



DIBECTORY. 



41 



Williams & Co., 




Cincinnati, Ohio. 



DPost 0£Qoo IBozx.^ X38^. 



B AE,R JAMES S., Livery, Sale and Boarding Stable, e s Court oppo- 
site Court House ; res Wayne Township 6|- miles south-west of city 

Barr Robert, machinist, bds Gust. J. Boltz's 

Barran J. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Round House 

Barrett Fred, laborer, h w s Wells a of Douglas, Bloomingdale 

Barrett James, painter, bds Wm. H. Barrett's 

Barrett James L. laborer, bds Wm. H. Barrett's 

Barrett John, laborer, bds John Singleton's 

Barrett Wm. H. helper, h s s Melita b Webster and Hoagland Av 

Barrey John, turner, wks Emriek & Pierce's 

Barron Dorothy, widow, h 165 E. Lewis 

Barron Frank, laborer, h w s Hanna b Holman and Hough 

Barron John, h 123 Lafayette 

Barron Joseph, laborer, h 165 E, Lewis 

Bartels Ernst, carpenter, bds 61 Montgomery 

Bartels Henrv, carpenter, h s s Lavina b Fairfield Av. and Broadway 

Bartels I. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Barth Quirinus, gardener, nee GriflSth and Berry 

Barthold Frederick, laborer, h w s Calhoun b Grand and Highland 

Barton Chas. M. clerk County Treasurer's Office, h n w c Ewing and 
Wayne 

Basch Jacob, baker, bds Ed. F. Glaser's 

Basey Wm. laborer, h n s Butler b Harrison and Webster 

Bash Sol. (S. B. & Co.) h 242 W. Berry 

BASH S. & CO., (Sol. B., Thos. L. McKee & Peter D. Smyser) 
Dealers in Furs, Wool, Hides, Pelts, Butter, Eggs, &c., 57 Columbia 

Bason John, bricklayer, h w s Monroe b Madison and Jefferson 

BASS JOHN H., Proprietor Fort Wayne Machine and Car Wheel 
Works, Manufacturer of Steam Engines, Boilers, Mill Gearing, Car 
Wheels, Iron and Brass Castings, &c., Hanua south of Railroad 
Crossing ; h s e c Berry and Griffith 

Bass Sion, (Wm. B. Smith & Co.) res Wm. B. Smith's 

BASS & SMITH, (John H. B. & James S. S.) Wholesale and Retail 
Dealers in Hard and Soft Coal, Coke and Pig Iron, Hanna south of 
Railroad Crossing 



42 FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Miss J. A.. BA^TES, 
Fashionable Dress & Cloak Maker, 



-AM) DEALKK IN- 



Dress Trimmings, Millinery Goods, 
Notions and Ladies' Furnishing Goods. 

ty The latest and most approved styles in the above goods constantly on hand. 

Rooms and Store, 14 West Berry Street, four doors west of Calhoun St., 
FORT WAYXE, J^U, 



C. G. YOGEL. F. B. VU(iEL. 

C. G. VOGEL &6 SON, 

PRACTICAL MERCHANT TAILORS, 

AND DEALERS IN 

€LOTHS, €ASSIMERES; VESTINOS, 

A ND 

GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, 

FORT WAYSTE, IX». 



CC <w. « 



^u ll C O •■ o'Z-~ 

W ** S s 5 1^1 

• W & S > =.2 

^ r* -^ fc * ■?= 



H5 



@g « £^ 



a. 



FORT WAYNE [BE A] DIRECTORY. 43 

Bastue? Michael, groceries, s w c Berry and Barr 

Batchelder Jesse S. confectioner, h n s Williams b Fairfield Av. and 

H Oakland Av 
Bateman Frank, carpenter, h 40 Monroe 
Bates Chas. bds Hanna House 

BATES MISS J. A., Dress and Cloak Maker and Dealer in Dress 
Trimmings, Millinery Goods, Notions, &c., 1-i W. Berry, bds. Hanna 

House 
Bates W. H. clerk 14 W. Berry, bds. Hanna House 
Battenberg Jacob, tailor, b s s Higb w of St. Mary's Av., Bloomino-dale 
j Battie Martha, waiter, Aveline House 
Baty Theodosia, widow, h n s Lewis b Francis and Harraer 
Baubach Geo. clerk, bds J. W. McNamara's 
Bauekman Wni. boatman, li n w c Ewing and George 
Bauer Henry, boots and shoes, e s Lafayette b Virginia and Wallace 
Bauger B. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Baughman Jeremiah, foreman O. D. Hurd's, h s s W. 4th w of Wells, 

Bloomingdale 
Baughman S. C. painter, h s w c Wall and Broadway 
Baumann Eliza, servant, 156 Harrison 

Baumann John, shoemaker, h w s Calhoun b Dawson and Williams 
Baumer Michael, miller, h 159 West b Piitchard and Noel 
Bans H. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Baxter F. laborer, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Yard 
Baxter John, blacksmith, h e s Oakley b Poplar and W^alnufc 
Baxter John, conductor, h n s Baker b Harrison and Webster 
Baxter John, farmer, h e s Lima Road, i mile north of St. Mary's River 
Baxter T. L. blacksmith, wks T., W. & W. R R. Shops 
Bayer Nicholas, carpenter, bds Valentine Bayer's 
Bayer Valentine, carpenter, h s w e Harrison and Brackenridge 
BAYLESS SOL. D., Attorney at Law, Office 26 E. Wayne ; h 32 

E. Wayne cor Clinton 
Bayless Sol. S. clerk, res 32 E. Wayne 
Bazire Ellen, h 126 Calhoun 

Beaber , carpenter, h w s Broadway b Pritchard and Noel 

Beaber A. G. carpenter, h n w c Broadway and Wilt 

Beaber Jacob, carpenter, A>ks 85 E. Wayne, h w s Broadway s of Nird- 

linger 
Beach Fred. (Morgan t B.) h 133 E. Berry 
Beach J. storekeeper P., Ft. W. & C. R. P: Shops 
Beach John, laborer, h w s Bluffton Road near S. Corp. Line 
Beals J. H. engineer, h e s Hanna b Washington and Wayne 
Beals Sarah, widow, h 146 W. Jefferson 

Beals T. C. erigineer, h s s Jefferson b Calhoun and Harrison 
Beals Wm. janitor, h 219 W. Washington 

Beals Wm. watcliman, T., W. & W. R. R. Depot, h 219 W. Washington 
Beals Wm. H. machinist, bds 146 W. Jefferson 
Beam Elizabeth, widow, res Louisa Duffy's, Bloomingdale 
Beamer W. B. train despatcher and ticket agent T., W. & W. R. R., 

bds Aveline House 
Bean Edward L. clerk Ft. Wayne Dining Hall 
Bear Daniel, clerk Clark & Rhinesmith's, bds John W. Deeter's 
Bear John, switchman. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. bds 21 Holman 
Beard Chas. machinist, h 180 Griffith 



44 FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 

A. C. BEAVER, 



Dealer in all kinds of 



hill and Dressd Lokr, 

FLOORING, SIDING, 

Lath, and ©liingles. 

MILL AND OFFICE : 

Grand Street, South of T.. W. & W. Railway Freight House, 

Fort Wayne Ind, 



SUMMIT CITY CHAIR FACTORY. 
CHAS. REESE ti CO., 



Mannfactnrers of all kinds «f 




OFJb^ICE A3\r> FACTORY : 

At A. C. Beaver's Planing Mill, Grand St., South of 
T., W. & W. Railway Freight House, 

Fort "Wayne, Indiana. 



FOBT WAYNE [ BEF] DIRECTORY. 45 

Beard James Q. confectioner, 23 Clinton 

BEARD THOMAS D., Wholesale and Retail Confectioner, Candy 

Manufacturer and Ice Cream Saloon, 23 Clinton 
Beare Frank, brakeman, bds awe Bass and Hoagland Av 
Beare Geo. carpet weaver, h n w c Bass and Hoagland Av 
Beare John, engineer, bds n w c Bass and Hoagland Av 
Beare Joseph, brakeman, bds n w c Bass and Hoagland Av 
Bearss Edward, bds Hi W. Berry 
Beatty Daniel, contractor, h 47 W. Water 
BEAVER A. C, (Augustus C. B. & Jethro Mitchell) Planing and 

Flooring Mill ; Dealer in Lumber, Lath, Shingles, &c., s s Grand 

b Calhoun and Harrison ; res on Ft, Wayne and Little Rivei* Gravel 

Road, 1^ miles south of the city 
Beaverforden Chas. clerk 101 Columbia, h 56 W. Wayne 
Beaver Chas. B. clerk 4 Keystone Block, h 235 W. Washington, s w c 

Jackson 
Beaver D. S. flour mill, office 123 Columbia, reis Country 
Bechman F. machinist, wks J. H. Bass' 
Bechman John, carpenter, h 199 E. JeffersoQ 
Bechuer P. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Bechtel Amos, cooper, h w s West b Pritchard and P., Ft. W. & C. R. R 
Bechtold Louis, broom maker, s s Maumee Road b Elm and Ohio 
Beck B. laborer, h 272 E. Jefferson 

Beck C. helper, wks R, Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
BECK F. J., Brewer, h w s Wells n of Douglas, Bloomicgdale 
Beck Frisbie T. clerk, awe Jefferson and Broadway, h 192 W.Jefferson 
Beck Geo. J. laborer, h 208 E. Jefferson. 
Beck Henry, laborer, h e s West b Pritchard and Noel 
Beck J. wks N. G. Olds & Sou's 
Beck L. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 
.Beck Peter, stone mason, h w s Fairfield Av. b T., W. & W. R. R. and 

Locust 
Beck Wm. L. teamster, Cochrane, Humphrey & Co.'s, h w s Calhoun, 

^ mile south of Railroad 
Becker Chas, carpenter, h 166 W, Washington 
Becker Christian, (Suterraeister & B.) h 220 W. Berry 
Becker Eliza C. clerk 14 W. Berry, bds 187 E. Washington 
Becker Fred, blacksmith shop, 9 and 11 E. Washington 
Becker Fred., Jr. blacksmith, bds HE. Washington 
Becker Henry, cabinet maker, wks Emrick & Pierce's 
Becker Henry, laborer, h n s Pritchard b Union and Jaeksoa 
Becker Jacob, (Oppeuheimer & B.) h 177 W. Wayne 
Becker Louis, carpenter, h 158 E. Lewis 
Beckett Therese, widow, h 200 E. Wayne 
Beckley Isaac, clerk J. M. Foellinger's, h 260 E. Wayne 
Beckley Stephen L. bds Isaac Beckley's 

Becknose H. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C, R, R. Blacksmith Shop 
Beckus Barbara, servant, 154 W. Berry 
Beckus Jacob, laborer^ h s e c Wilt and Nelson 
Becquette John B. bricklayer, h 148 E. Maia 
Becquette John B. sawyer, h 148 E. Main 

Beegau Eliza, boarding house, n s Chicago b Calhoun and Harrison 
Beers Rev. Levi, professor at Ft. Wayne College 
Beforden August, laborer, h e s Webster b Molita and Brandriff 



-lU FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS, 



PAINTER ASMD CRAINER, 



— cgotDF.ALER 1N+-55*- 



Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Glass, 

Brushes, and Painters' Materials Generally. 
UTo- X2 '\P^&&t IBeirry- Stroot- 

Fort Wayne Wall Paper House, 

DEALER AND JOBBER IN 

Wall Paper, Window Paper, Muslin Shades, 

0. L STARKEY, Proprietor. 

No. 12 West Berry St,, - - - FORT WAYNE, IND. 

SIEMON, BRO. & CO., 

WHOLESALE AND KETAIL PEALERS IN 

BOOKS AND STATIONERY, 

Photographic Albums and Blank Books, 

WRITING, WALL AND WRAPPING PAPERS, 

Importers of all kinds of German Publications, 
No. 77 Columbia Street, - - FORT WAYNE, IND. 



SCHOOL BOOKS OF ALL KIXDS AT PUBLISHERS' PRICES. 



MAIN STREET EXCHANGE, 

West Main, between Harrison and Calhoun Streets, 

FOET WAYNE, INDIANA. 

A. FREEMAN, Jr., Proprietor. 



FORT WAYNE 



[BER] DIRECTORY, 47 



Behrer Ulrich, laborer, h s s Wallace b Barr and Lafayette 

Beimer Geo. wagon maker, sec Main and Clay 

Beinecke Ernst, laborer, bds 121 W. Washington 

Beirlein John, laborer, h w s N. Cass b 4th and 5th, Blooraingdale 

Bellamy A. F, painter, h n s Main b Broadway and Van Burea 

Beller Joseph, laborer, h w s Gay b Samuel and Charley 

Belloney Joseph, painter, bds 50 Columbia 

Bellow J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. E,. R. Carpenter Shop 

Bellow John, laborer, h n s High b Cass and St. Mary's Av., Blooming- 
dale 

Belser Chas. brewer, bds Anthony Dreyer's 

Beman Elizabeth, seamstress, h n w c Clinton and Main 

Bence Betty, servant, A. H. Hamilton's 

Bender Adam, stone mason, h n s Poplar b Oakley and Fairfield Av 

Bender Christ, carriage maker, bds Henry Bender's 

Bender Geo. cooper, h w s Francis b Hamilton and Hough 

Bender Henry, (^Fry & B.) h w s Maiden Lane b Main and Pearl 

Bender Kate, servant, 154 W. Berry 

Bender Philip P. stone cutter, bds Henry Thiele's 

Beneke Fred, laborer, h s s High w of Wells, Bloomingdale 

Beneke Sophia, servant, 150 W. Washington 

Beiieker Fred, laborer, h 275 W. Jefferson 

Benneke Ernst, laborer, wks Ranke, Yergens & Co.'s 

Benner Conrad, painter, h 22 Montgomery 

Benner VVm. bds rear 190 W. Main 

Bennett Abram, foreman boiler makers, h s s Jefferson b Ewing and 
Webster 

Bennett Wintoa, laborer, h n w c Broadway and T., W. & W. R. R. 
Track 

Bennigia Henry, machinist, bds 203 E. Lewis 

Beoniiiin Hugh, molder, h 203 E. Lewis 

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

Benoite Mary A. widow, h 199 Ewing 

Benowa Mary A. laundress. Main- Street Exchange 

Benson James, laborer, bds 118 E. Wayne 

Bensmann Elizabeth, widow, h 74 Madison 

Bensmann Wm. boiler maker, h 76 Madison 

Bentley Geo. W. bookkeeper Schnelker, Beugnot k Co.'s, h a e c Pine 
and Locust 

Bently Wm. boiler maker, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Benton Mrs. A. widow, h 145 Francis 

Benton H. fireman, P., Ft. W. & C. R R 

Benz Geo. res Nicholas Benz's, Bloomingdale 

Benz John, tinner, bds Nicholas Benz's 

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

Beosen Fred, teamster, h 275 W. Jefferson 

Berg John, helper, h 88 cor Clay and Madison 

Berleuian Frederick, carpenter, h w s Clay b V/ashington and Madisou 

Bermingham John, laborer, h s e c Madison and Clay 

Bernard Carrie, waiter, Ft. Wayne Dining Hall 

Bernard Josephine, res Margaret Bernard's 

Bernard Margaret, widow, li e s Lafiiyette b Lasselle and Buchanan 

Bernard Newman, clerk, bds 53 Barr * 



48 FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



E!. Sxiider, X>. ID. S., 

37 West Berry St., 

Fort "VS^ayne, Ind. 




G. JACOBY, G. MYERS k CO, 
PLANING AND FLOORING MILL, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, MOULDINGS, &c., &c. 

Sci'oll Sa-v^^iiigj- Done to Or*<ici*. 

Dealers in Rough and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Etc. 
Corner Monroe and Virginia Sts., FORT WAYNE, IND. 

t^-OKDERS SOLICITED AXI> PROMPTLY FILLED. 

A, P. KYLE & CO, 
Piiiiip Maiiufiictiii'crs & Repairers, 

West Side Calhoun St., Opposite Aveline House, 
And 164 Broadway, near P., Ft. W. &. C. Railway, 

ITort Wayixe, Iiid. 

WELL & CISTERN PUMPS, 

The Cheapest and Best in use. 

REPAIRING DONE ON REASONABLE TERMS. 

Pumps made to Order. 




J. F. SALLOT & SON, 



-MANUFACTURERS OF- 



SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, 

PottUujjiSi, ©uvuing and ^ao\l Waiving, 

Corner Clay and Lewis Streets, - - - FORT WAYNE, IND. 
B@°- Door and Window Frames made to Order. 



FORT WAYNE [BIT] DIRECTORY. 49 

Bernard Simon, scroll sawyer, h 193 W. Wayne 

Bernhard Gust, laborer, bds Henry Stellliorn's 

Bernhard Henry, teacher, h 55 W. Washington 

Bernhard Newman, clerk J. & P. Pierr's, bds L. Falk's 

Bernhardt A. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Bernhardt Christ, laborer, h e s John b Jones and Grant 

BERNING CONRAD, Dealer in Family Groceries, Provisions, 
&c. ; also, Saloon, n w c Main and Barr ; h 206 Madison 

Berns Frank, laborer, wks Blooming-dale Brewery 

Berry E. B. laborer, h e s Hanna b St. Francis and Charley 

Berry Geo. molder. wks J. H. Bass' 

Berry W. wks N. G. Olds & Sou's 

Berry Wm. P. marble cutter, bds n w e Main and Griffith 

Besancon Frank, laborer, h 147 Hanna 

Besancon Joseph, fireman, bds s w c Lafayette and Wallace 

Bese Wm. carpenter, h w s Francis b Hamilton and Hough 

Bespon John B. bricklayer, h w s Monroe b Madison and Lewis 

Betzler Geo. cooper, s w c Broadway and Nirdlinger Av 

Beugnot Chas. foreman Schnelker, Beugnot & Go's, h s s Taylor w of 
Broadway 

Beuret John, laborer, h n s W. & E. Canal w of Broadway 

Beuret Mary, widow, h 176 E. Berry 

Beusman W. boiler maker, wks J. H. Bass' 

Beverforden Chas. clerk, h 56 W. Wayne 

Beyer Nicholas, carpenter, bds Valentine Beyer's 

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

Bickel Henry H. carriage trimmer and upholsterer, 59 E. Main 

Bicknese Fred, policeman, h 171 E. Lewis 

Bicknese Henry, helper, h 175 E. Lewis 

BIDDLE & BRANDRIFF, (Thos. M. B. & Alfred D. B.) 
AVholesale Druggists and Dealers in Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Dye 
Stuffs, American, English and French Plate Glass, Trusses, Sup- 
porters, Dental Goods, &c., 109, 111 and 113 Columbia, cor Calhoun 

Biddle G. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. B. R. Carpenter Shop 

Biddle Thos. M. (B. & Brandriff) h 132 W. Wayne 

Bieber Milton, (Stanley, B. & Co.; bds 222 W. Main 

Biemer Mary, servant, H. Gerardin's 

Bierbaum Frederick, boiler maker, h n s Jefferson b Francis and Harmer 

Bieruison W. fireman. P., Ft. W. & C. H. 11. Co 

Biery S. saloon, 205 Lafayette 

Biggs Margaret M. widow, h 220 W. Wayne 

Biukley Abraham, boarding house, n w c Harrison and Pearl 

Binkley H. C. conductor, bds Main Street Exchange 

Birch Kev. Wm. S. presiding elder M. E. Church, Ft. Wayne District, h 
sec Brackenridge and Webster 

Bird Oehmig, h 23 E. Main 

Bireley Luther, fireman, h s s Brandriff b Webster and Ho'gland Av 

Bireley S. C. laborer, h s s Wallace b Lafayette and Clay 

Birk John G. carpet weaver, h w s Centre b Walnut and Elm, w s River 

Bischoff Wm. cigar maker, h w s Ewing b Wayne and Berry 

Bishop Al. clerk, bds Main Street Exchange 

Bishop G. A. clerk 90 Columbia, bds Main Street Exchange 

Bisuey C. M. laborer, wks A. J. Read A: Son's 

Bitchier W. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 



50 FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



FORT WAYNE CAEEIAGE WOEKS. 

Tliomas Stevens, 

CARRIAGE 




— =:t-tANDi-5>- 



Manufacturer. 



East End of Main Stroet, on Clay, FORT WAYNE, IND. 

Buggies and Carriasrcs Repaired, Triinined and Painted. 
Ail woi'R l^Vairanted. 



FORT ^V^Y^J^E BRASS WORKS. 



MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF 

BEASS COCKS, VALVES, &C., 

For Oas, Steam and Watex*. 

DEALER IN 

WROUGHT lEOlSr PIPE, 

Steam, and Gas Fitting's, foi* same. 

Sheet Lead, Lead Pipe, Rubber Hose, Pumps, Hydraulic Rams, Bath Tubs, 
Copper Boilers, and Plumbing Material of every description. 

No. 48 East Main Street, - FORT WAYNE, IND. 



FORT WAYNE PIANO MANUFA€TORY. 



KILIAN BAKER & BRO., 

PIANO MAKERS ADD REPAIRERS, 




-DEALKUS IN- 



PIANOS, ORGANS, 



-AND ALL KINDS OF- 



usical Instruments. 

Guitar and Tiolin Strings, 
iiptly attended to. 

No. 41 Columbia St., - - - - FORT WAYNE, IND. 



In!4tructiun IlooliN, Sheet Music, Guitar and Tiolin Strings, 
Ai-c. Piano Tuning i>ionii>tly attended to. 



FORT WAYNE [BJ.Y] DIRECTORY. 51 



Bitner A. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 
Bitnei" A. J. harness maker, h 98 E. Jefferson 
Bitner D. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 
Bitner John, machinist, bds 98 E. Jefferson 

BITTENGER JACOB^ R., Attorney at Law and General Col- 
lecting Agent, Office, 5 E. Main, up stairs; h s w c West and Noel 
BITTINGER A. H., Justice of the Peace and Attorney at Law, 

Office, nee Calhoun and Main, up stairs ; h 144 Rockhill 
Bittle Geo. laborer, h w s Francis b Hamilton and Hough 
Bittner James, helper, h 200 P]. Lewis 
Bitzinger John, laborer, h s e c Wayne and College 
Bixler Elizabeth, widow, res Adolphus La Mount's, Bloomingdale 
Bixler Wm. teamster, h w s Marion b Bowser and Douglas, Blooming- 
dale 
Black David H. butcher, h e s Harrison b Lewis and Douglas Av 
BLACK JOSEPH, Manufacturer and Dealer in Hoop Skirts, Cor- 
sets, Fancy Goods, Millinery, &.O., 91 Columbia ; h 13U VV. Jefferson 
Blackburn Robt. conductor, h 171 Clinton 
Blake D. laborer, h 129 Madison 

Blakeley C. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Round House 
Blakeslee Robt. brakeman, bds 21 Holman 

Blakesly , conductor, bds Arthur Whitehead's 

Blase Louis, bakery, 138 Columbia 

Blass Anna, servant, 144 E. Main 

Blee Chas. A. coppersmith, h 18 Montgomery 

Blee H. A. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Tin Shop 

Blekcr D. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 

Bley Theodore, switchman, h 135 E. Lewis 

Blodgett Rosa, chambermaid, Mayer House 

BloeuiKer Mrs. widow, res Wm. Heuschen's 

BLOME BROTHERS, (Wm. H. & Herman F.) Dealers in the 

Singer Manufacturing Co.'s Sewing Machines, 60^ Calhoun 
Blome Herman F. (B. Bros.) 60^ Calhoun 
Blome Wm. H. (B. Bros.) 60^ Calhoun 

Bloom Nicholas, stone mason, h s s Washington b Clay and Lafayette 
Bloouifield John W. book binder, bds 76 W. Berry 
Bloomhuff Catherine, willow, h 146 W. Wayne 
Bloomhuff Catharine, res 146 W. Wayne 
Bloomhuff Eliza, res 140 W. Wayne 
Bloomhuff Frank M. clerk S. H. Bloomhuff's, w s Calhoun opp Court 

House 
Bloomhuff John, bds 72 W. Main 

BLOOMHUFF S. H., Attorney at Law, Notary Public, Real Es- 
tate and Collecting Agent, Office, w s Calhoun opp Court House ; h 
72 W. Main 
Bloomhufi Wm. fireman, h n s Wilt b Union and Rockhill 
Bloomingdale Brewery, west of Wells, Bloomingdale 
Blous Jjizzie, servant, 204 W. Wayne 
Biuns Wm. carpenter, h s s Charles b Hanna and Monroe 
Bly Theodore, yard conductor P., Ft. W. & C. hi. R., h 123 E. Lewis 
Blye Hugo, carpenter, bds Nicolo Yahn's 
Blyler Daniel, groceries, w s Broadway b Washington and Jefferson, h 

185 VV. Washington 
Blystone Oliver, carpenter, bds Gust. J. Boltz's _ 



62 FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



M. E, WOODWARD, 

Gciiei'iil IVXsiiiiilactiii'er of 

o i:. o ^r xz I ^ cs-, 

For "Wliolesalc and Heta.il. 

The Largest merchant Tailoring Establishment in the State. 

No. 46 Oalhoim Street, 
FORT WAYITE, - - - IJ^OIAI^A. 



Particular Attention paid to Custom Work. 



H. H. BOSSLER, 

Real Estate, Collecting and Insurance Agent, 

O IF IF I C IB : 
No, 44, West Side Cnlboun Street, over Allen Hamilton & Co.'s Bank, 

FORT WAYIVE, IIVD. 



Deeds, Mortgages, and other instruments drawn witli care, and all Icinds 
of NOTARIAL BUSINESS attended to. 



Manufacturer and Dealer In 

FRENCH PLATE MIRRORS, 

Picture Frames, Window Coruices, EnEraylngs, Cliroinos, &c., 

West Side Calhoun Street, near Jefferson, 
FORT WAY^E, IXOIA^A. 



FORT WAYNE 



[BON] 



DIRECTORY. 



53 



Blythe fames W. macliinist, h n w c Harrison and Dawson 

Boag Wm. machinist, h n s BrackenriJge b Webster ani MeClellaa 

Bode August, machinist, bds 200 Barr 

Bode Wm. watchman, wks P., Ft. W. & C. K. R. Freight Depot 

Bodiac Amelia, chambermaid. Ft. Wayne Dining Hall 

Boeffing Geo. laborer, h s s High w of Wells, Bloomingdale 

Boerger Henry, collar maker, bds 188 E. Washington 

Boerger Eudolph, (Miller & B.) h 183 E. Washington 

Boerger Wm. carpenter, h 194 E. Washington 

Boesse W. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Carpenter Shop 

Boesse W. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 

Booster Fred, carpenter, h 184 Griffith 

Boester Geo. carpenter, h e s Griffith b Jefferson and George 

Boforden S. carpenter, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Bohen Michael, laborer, h n s Jefferson b Hanna and Francis 

Bohn Beoj. B. clerk 40 Columbia, bds 118 Harrison 

Bohn C. P. printer, h 272 W. Jefferson 

Bohring Wm. laborer, h n w c Hanna and Charles 

Bolaman Ernst, teamster, 18 W. Berry 

Boland John, fireman, h n e c Baker and Harrison 

Bolinbaugh Wm. H. res Rev. A. Virgil's ' 

Boling L. R. painter, h w s N. Cass b River and 1st, Bloomingdale 

Bollman Christ, laborer, bds 23 Hood 

Bollman Fred, brakeman, bds 23 Hood 

Bollman Heiiry, drayman, bds nee Webster and Douglas Av 

Bollman Jos. drayman, h n s Nirdlinger Av. w of Broadway 

Bollman Theodore, brakeman, bds 23 Hood 

Bolraan Christian, laborer, h 29 W. Lewis 

Bolman F. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Bolorden A. carpenter, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Boltz A. J. machinist, h n s Maumee b Calhoun and Clinton 

Boltz Chas. painter, bds Jos. J. Leifel's 

Boltz Conrad, dairyman, h w s Wells n of Douglas, Bloomingdale 

BOLTZ P. P. & BRO., (Ferdinand F. & Fred. C.) Dealers in 

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

Union 
Boltz Fred. C. (F. F. Boltz & Bro.) bds 9 E. Wayne 
Boman John, carriagesmith, bds nee Clay and Berry 
BOND CHAS. D., President Ft. Wayne National Bank, s w c 

Main and Clinton ; h w s Fairfield Av. s of S. Corp. Line 
Bond Henry W. with DeGroff, Nelson & Co., res Elm Park Nursery 
BOND JARED D., Cashier Ft. Wayne National Bank, s w c 

Main and Clinton; bds Hamilton House 
Bond Stephen B. (Allen Hamilton & Co.) h w s Fairfield Av. near S. 

Corp. Line 
Bond W. J. druggist, 95 Columbia, h 53 E. Jefferson 
Bonfield Mary, widow, h s w c Wayne and Monroe 
Bonfoi John, laborer, bds 50 Columbia 
Bonner Chas. carpenter, h 91 E. Lewis 
Bonner F. E. machinist, wks J. H. Bass' 
Bonner Thos. B. machinist, h 216 E. Lewis 
Bonnet Caroline, widow, res Conrad Bonnet's 
Bonnet Conrad, groceries, s s Main b Clinton and Barr 



54 FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 

FORT WAYNE NATIONAL BANK, 

OF FORT WAYiVE, IXOIAXA. 

giircessor to the Branch at Fort Wayne of the Boi.k of the State of Indiana. 

DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF THE UNITED STATES. 
Soutli-wcst Corner of Main and Clinton Streets. 

Capital and Sur plus, - - - $306,000 

CHARLES D. BOND, President. PLINY HOAGLAND, Vice President. 

JARED D. BOND, Cashier. 

DIRECTORS— Pliny Hoaglaiul, J. L. Williams, O. P. Morgan, B. \V. Oakley, Chas. D. Bond. 



B. TEENTMAN & SON, 



W^H-OLESA-LE 



GROCERS i LIQUORS, 

No. 56 Calhoun Street, Opposite the Court House, 

FOET WAYNE, - - - INDIANA. 



M 




J 



Corner of Calhoun and East Wayne Streets, 
FORT WAYNE. - - INDIANA. 



J. W. BULL, - Proprietor. 

MATTRESS AND GLUE MANUFACTURER, 

FORT WA\]«E, IIVO. 

Factory, 3-4 Mile East on Canal Avenue. 



a^ CASH FOR GLUE STOCK AND CORN HUSKS. 



FORT WAYNE [BOW] DIRECTORY. 55 

Bonnet John George, clerk, Conrad Bonnet's 

Bonter Cortos W. brakeman, bds 62 W. Main 

Book Wm. carpenter, wks 85 bi. Wayne 

Bookwalter Josiah, (Howes & B.) h s w c Highland and Calhoun 

Boon James D. master mechanic, h 89 Madison 

BOON JAMES M., Master Machinist P., Ft. W. & C. and G. R. 

& I. Railroads, Office, n s Railroad b Clinton and Barr ; h n e c 

Madison and Clay 
Boor Nicholas, painter, h w s Marion b High and Bowser, Bloomicgdale 
Boos Louisa, widow, bds 109 Lafayette 
Bopp Joseph, laborer, h w s Hanna b Charles and Lasselle 
Borden James W. judge Criminal Circuit Court, office, in Court House ; 

bds Hamilton House 
Borgm n Christian, boatman, h s s Lavina b Fairfield Av. and Broadway 
Borland T. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 
Bornemann Chas. grocer and tailor, h 11-4 Harrison 
Borren W . wks K G. Olds & Son's 

Bose Wm. laborer, h n s Butler b Harrison and Webster 
Bosekcr Chas. carpenter, h w s McClellan b Baker and Brackenrido-e 
Boi-eker Henry, barber, bds Louis Boseker's 

Boseker Hen/y, clerk 87 Columbia, h n s JeSfer.son b Broadway & Jack- 
son 
Boseker Louis, carpenter, h s s Jefferson b Rockhill and College 
Bosekcr Wm. teamster, h n e c Montgomery and Monroe 
Boshingtr Susan, widow, h 171 E Lewis 
Boss Henry, halter, h 45 E. Main 
Boss Louis, bds John F. Kruse's 
BOSSLER HENRY H., Notary Public, Real Estate, Collecting 

and Insurance Agent, Office, 44 Calhoun, over Hamilton's Bank ; 

h n s Maumee A v. one mile east of city 
Bossier John A., clerk, res Henry H. Bossier's 
Bossier Joseph, laborer, h w s Gay b Samuel and Charley 
Bossier Mena, widow, h 89 W. Water 
Boster Fred, carpenter, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co.'s 
Bosiiok E., Jr. clerk 90 Columbia, bd.s 158 E. Wayne 
Bostick E. & Son, (Emanuel & John W.) tailors and clothiers, 100 

Columbia 
Bostick Emanuel, (E. B. & Son) h 158 E. Wayne 
Bostick John W. (E. Bostick & Son) h 158 E. Wayne 
Both Bernard, clerk 101 Columbia, h 56 W. Wayne 
Both Theodore, (Tresselt & B ) h 100 E. Jefferson 
Bott Frank, laborer, h n s Walnut b Fairfield Av. and Oakley 
Boughton John, carpenter, h n s Holraan b Lafayette and Clay 
BoughtoM Walter E. painter, h n s Holman b Lafayette and Clay 
Bounds James, foreman, h 188 E. Jefferson 
Bourie B. traveling agent, bds 87 E. Jefferson 
Bourie B. A. with Ewing, Hood & Co. n e c Main and Clinton 
Bourie Louis T. traveling agent, h 22 E. Wayne 
Buu e Lorenzo, laborer, h 14 E. Water 
Bouse Noble, laborer, h s e c Kwing and Jefferson 
Bouse Therese, dress maker, h s e c Ewing and Jefferson 
Bouyer Ed. C. laborer, h e s Hanna b St. Francis and Charley 
Bowen Daniel W. attorney, h n e e Hanna and Washington 
Bowen Geo. R. bds Mrs. Wm. Bowen's 



56 FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Economical Mutual Lite Insurance Company, 

PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND. 

OFFICE, 64 Calhoun Street, North-West Corner of Berry, Up Stairs, 

FORT WAYXK, i:SfI>. 



GEO. F. RUSSELL, Special Agent. 



B. W« OAICLEY i S 

Dealers in Foreign and Domestic 

Eubber and Leather Belting, 
Saddlery & Carriage Trimmings, &c., 

79 Columbia Street, FORT WAYAE, OD. 



ANDREW POSTER, 

IVTer cliaxit Tailor^ 

AT PALA€E OF FASHION. 

Keystone Block, Corner Calhoun and Columbia Sts., 

Fort "Wayne, Ind. 

ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



I. Knapp, ]VI. D., 

Surgeon Dentist, 

Office, Cor. Calhoun and Columbia Sts., Keystone Block, 

FORT WAYWE, I]¥I>. 



Filling Teeth a Specialty. Superior skill in the treatment of exposed Nerves. 



FORT WAYNE [BRA] DIRECTORY. 57 



Bowen Geo. W. physician, 52 Calhoun, up stairs, h 49 Barr 

Bowen Ira, carpenter, wks Schnelker, Beugnot & Co.'s 

Bowen Wra. bds Mrs. Wm. Bowen's 

Bowen Mrs. Wm. widow, h w s Barr b Washington and Wayne 

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

Bowers J. wks lV. G. Olds & Son's 

Bowers K. J. barber shop, s s Main b Calhoun and Harrison 

Bowers Kate, servant, J. D. Nuttman's 

Bowers Mrs. M. A. res R. J. Wybourn's 

Bowers Maria, h 262 W. Washington 

Bowser J. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Round House 

Bowser J. C. attorney, bds 64 E. Berry 

Bowser J. C. (J. C. B. & Co.) h 64 E. Berry 

BOWSER J. C. & CO., (Jacob C. B., Joseph R. Prentiss % Daniel 
M. Falls) Ft. Wayne Steam Iron Works, Iron Founders, Manufac- 
turers of Steam Engines, Saw and Grist Mills, Corn Shellers, &c., 
s s Water b Calhoun and Harrison 

Bowser Lafiiyette, attorney, bds 64 E. Berry 

Bowser M M. assistant book-keeper J. C. Bowser & Co.'s, h 64 E. Berry 

Boyd B. F. conductor, h 224 Lafayette 

Boylan James E. engineer, h s s Charles b Lafayette and Clay 

Boyle Mary, widow, h alley b Virginia and Wallace and Lafayette and 
Clay 

Boyles Robert, carpenter, h 133 Van Buren 

Bracaw Robt. carpenter, h e s Calhoun s of Butler 

Bracht Joseph, easioeer, h s s Batler b Harrison and Webster 

Bracken Mary, widow, res Wm. Logan's 

Brackenridge Arthur M. miner, h s w c Washington and Clinton 

BRACKENRIDGE CHAS. S., City Civil Engineer, Office in 
City Hall, Barr b Berry and Wayne, bds s w c Clinton and Wash- 
ington 

Brackenridge E. T. h s w e Washington and Clinton 

Brackenridge Ed. T. harness maker, bds w s Calhoun b Lewis and 
Douglas Av 

Brackenridge Geo. bds 25 Douglas Av 

Brackenridge Geo. W. (B. & Taylor) h 25 Douglas Av 

Brackenridge Joseph, attorney, e s Clinton b Berry and Main, h w s 
Calhoun b Douglas Av. and Brackenridge 

Brackenridge Jo. G. student, bds w s Calhoun b Lewis and Douglas Av 

BRACKENRIDGE ROBERT, Attorney at Law, Office e s 
Clinton b Main and Berry ; h s w c Clinton and Washington 

Brackenridge & Taylor, (Geo. W. B. & Chas. F. T.) spokes, neck yokes 
and single-trees, office and warehouse s w c Calhoun and Douglas Av 

Brackenridge Theodore K. h w s Calhoun b Lewis and Douglas Av 

Bradley Jas. K. machinist, h n s Jones b Force and John 

Bradley S. D. foreman P., Ft. W. & C. R R. Machine Shop, h w s Cal- 
houn b Williams and Dawson 

Bradley W. fireman, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R 

BRADLEY W. C, General Agent Economical Mutual Life Insur- 
ance Co.; Office 64 Calhoun, up stairs, n w c Berry 

Bradley Wm. engineer, bds Sarah E. Fleming's 

Bradtmueller Gottlieb, cabinet maker, h. 57 Douglas Av 

Bradway O. E. brass molder, h 212 E. Lewis 

Brady Chas. H. machinist, bds S. A. Brady's 



58 FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Mrs. CARRIE R. CRANE, 

MANrFAcrniKi: nv all KINIiS ok 
i:iO West AVayne Street, 

p. O. DRAWER, 1658. FORT WAY.\E, ll\0. 

Necklaces, Bracelets, Ear Kfnffs, Tins, Finger Kings, Ciuards, Curls, 
tharms, Switches, Etc., Etc., 

In every style of braid, ami jicrffct in slinpe and finish. Mminting of the best quality and 
style, kept cousiauily on lian'l, and suti>fi(,'ii<)n guarantfed. 

r^-WHEN VOU COMB SAVE YOUR HAIR FOR A NICE ORNAMENT. 



FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE. 

IRWIN & SKINNER, Agents, 
$35, 000,000 C^:PIT-A.Xj. 

MERCIIA]\TS KATIOIVAL, B.4^K, 

]Vortli-\Vest Coi*iier Callioun aiicl ]>lain ^tvcets, 

FORT WAYNE, IND. 



P. P. RANDALL, 

ATTORNEY AT L 

Land and Insurance Agent, 

O F IF I C E : 

West Side Clinton bet. Columbia and Main Streets, 
FORT WAY^TK, i:^I>. 



^^Ufdtuutsi llutional piiulu 

OF FORT WAYNE, IND. 

Noi'tli-West Ooi-iiex* ]>laiit aiiU Callioiiii Streets. 

Capital, «100,000.00. 

S. CARY EVANS, President. D. P. WHEDON, Vice President. 

JOHN S. IRWIN, Cashier. 

8. CARY EVANS, D. P. WHEDON, SOL. D. BAYLESS, 

N. P. STOCKRRIDOE, II. C. SCIIRADER. 



FORT WAYNE [BRE] DIRECTORY. 59 



Brady S. A. h s s Lewis b Calhoun and Harrison 

Brady Wui. H. clerk, 90 Columbia, bds s s Lewis b Calhoun & Harrison 

Braer D. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R 

Braeuchle & Co. (Henry B. & J. F. Schoellkopf) tanners and leather 

dealers, 49 Columbia and w s Lima Road one mile north ot city 
Braeuchle Henry, (B. & Co ) res w s Lima Road one mile north of city 
Braeuer Conrad, boots and shoes, 20 Harrison, h 156 Ewing 
Braiuard Anna, servant, 86 E. Main 

Brake Ulrich, drayman, h n s Maumce Road b Kinj^ and Comparet 
BRAMBLE JAMES, JR., Stencil Cutter a^nd Model Maker, w s 

Calhoun near Main, Phoenix Block, bds 208 E. Lewis 
Bramer M. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R Round House 
Brames Christian, h s s Jetfcrson b Clay and Monroe 
Brauies Louis, groceries. 49 E. Main, bds Christopher Brames' 
Brammer Rev. Edward, res n e c Calhoun and Lewis 
Brandenburg Wm. H. confectionery, w s Calhoun b Wayne and Wash- 
ington 
Brandriff Alfred D. (B. & Roberts and Biddle & Brandriffj h 238 W. 

Berry 
BRANDRIFF & ROBERTS, (Alfred D. B. & Wm. A. R.) 
Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Hardware, Cutlery, 
Iron, Nails, Paints, Oils, Window Glass, 8toves, Hollow-Ware, 
Wagon Makers' Tools, Farming Implements, &c.; also Manufactur- 
ers of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware, 56, 58 and 60 Columbia 
Brandt Chas. clerk R. W. Taylor's, h w s McClellan b Lewis and Brack- 

e!iridge 
Brandt Christiana, widow, h 45 W. Jefferson 
Brandt Fred. (Rauke, Yergens & Co.) h 178 Harrison 
Brandt W. niolder, wks J. H. Bass' 
Brannan Bridget, servant, 154 W. Berry 
Brannan Kliza, servant, 154 W. Berry 
Braanaa Julia, widow, h e s Monroe b Lewis and Madison 
Brannan Mary, servant, 154 W. Berry 
Brannan Michael L. h 22 W. Washington 
Bran.'iing Conrad, shoemaker, h 49 W. Jefferson 
Branning Ernst, sboemaker, h n s High, Blooraingdale 
Branuing Miss L. weaver, wks Summit City Woolen Mills 
Brantmeyer F. foreman J. C. Bowser & Co.'s Foundry 
Erase Siliza, servant, Chas. E. Uorham's 
Brase Frederick, teamster, h 75 W. Jefferson 
Brauer J. C. marble cutter, bds 156 Ewing 
Braun David, collar maker, bds Jacob Kaag's 
Braun Geo. baker, bds Andrew J. Langohr'g 
Braungart Fredericka, servant, 156 W. Jefferson 
Braungart Julia, servant, Martin Heingartner's 
Brauotmeyer Fred, molder, h 174 Ewing 
Brauser Matilda, servant, 56 Barr 
Brecht John, baker, bds 138 Columbia 

Breck I. Allen, business agent Dr. T. S. Virgil's, bds American House 
Breen James, groceries, n w c Calhoun and Lewis, h n s Lewis b Cal- 
houn and Harrison 
Breen Michael, helper, h s s Bass b Hoagland A v. and Prince 
Brehm John, res John F. Brehm's 
Brehm John F. butcher, h w s Calhoun b Baker and Chicago 



60 FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



JOHN H. CLARK. JOHN RHINESMITH. 

CLAEK & KHINESMITII, 



AV no LEGALE A NO RETAIL 



Dealers in Lumber, Dressed and Undressed, 

Flooring and Siding of all kinds, 

SAGINAW PINE, SHINGLES, LATH, TIMBER, &c. 

PACKINGS BOX IMATVXJJPACTXJJREHS. 

LUMBER YARD AND OFFICE, on Railroad, Soutb-£ast of tbe Depot, 

FORT way:^e, I]\I>. 



LOUIS RASTETTER, 



Mannfactnrer of all kinds and sizes of 

TOWER CLOCKS. 

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

I ALSO MANUFACTURE AND REPAIR 

PRINTINI} PRESSES, STEAM ENGINES, 

^nd Light jSJIacliinery, 

Also, Special Attention Paid to Gear Cutting. 

Manufactory, N. E. Corner Calhoun and Jefferson Streets^ 



fii Jc jm. GC Ji^ SECO0:> jp jciv ^^. 



Slate Roofer and Dealer in Roofing Slate, 

p. o. BOX. 703. Fort "Wayne, Ind. 

Orders left at B. W. Oakley's Store will receive prompt attention. 



FORT WAYNE [BRO] DIRECTORY. 61 

Bieidensteia Mathias, carpenter, h 256 W. Washington 

Breimeier Heory, laborer, h 207 W. Jefferson 

Breitnejer Ernst, bricklayer, h 217 W. Jefferson 

Breisch Christina, servant, 177 W. Wayne 

Breler Lazarus, laborer, h alley b Lafayette and Clay and Francis and 
Lasselle 

Brcmeo Henry, teamster, 18 W. Berry 

Bremer Henry, teamster, h 18 E. Wayne 

Breog P. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Brenner David, ealoon, s s Wayne b Calhoun and Washington 

Brenner John, painter, h w s West b Pritchard and Noel 

Brenton Chas. F. law student, bds 210 W. Wayne 

Breoton Eliza, widow, h 210 W. Wayne 

Brenton M. H. clerk, bds 15 Madison 

Bretmiller G. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Breuther Ellen, servant, 110 W. Berry 

Blew N. fireman. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R 

Brew Nicholas, h s s Charles b Lafayette and Clay 

Biiant W. H. h c c Griffith and Jeffersrn 

Brick Adam, h e s Wells b 5th and iGth, Bloonaiugdale 

Brick Gertrude, widow, res Adam Brick's, Blooraingda'e 

Bricker Conrad, fireman, h a e e Hohuan and Monroe 

Bricker David, fireman, h s s Wallace b Lafayette and Clay 

Bridensteia Mathias, carpenter, wks 85 E. Wayne 

Bright JNL H, dress maker, n s Main near Cliotoa 

Bright Wm. J. carpenter, h n w c Holman and Monroe 

Brink John, laborer, h e s Hauna b Jefferson and Madison 

Brinkkroeger Wm. shoemaker, h s s High w of Lima Piank Road, 
Bloomingdale 

Brinkmann Christiana, widow, h s e e Washington and Nelson 

Briscoe Thos. attorney, bds Sarah E. Fleming's 

Britcher E. foreman J. C. Bow.ser & Go's Carpenter Shop, h s s Water b 
Ewing and Cass 

Britchcr E., Jr. molder, wks J. C. Bowser k Go's 

Britt Malachj, shoe maker, bds Mary Britt's 

Britt 3Liry, widow, h n s Washington b Hanea and Fraacis 

Brittiugham John S. turner, bds 221 W. Washington 

Brittingham Pliilo E. sawyer, bds 221 W. Washington 

Brittingham Wm. physician, h 221 W. Washington 

Brobst Geo. brakeman, bds Jacob Brubst's 

Brobbt Jacob, brakeman, h e s Gay s of Horace 

Brockerman Jacob, plasterer, h n e e Dis^i«ion acd Surjimifc 

Brockerman Leonard, plasterer, res Jacob Brockermau's 

Brooking R. laborer, wks T., W. & W. R R. Yard 

Brockmau Henry, laborer, h e s Hanna b Jefferson and Madisoa 

Broekmiller Henry, e irpeuter, bds 250 W. Wayne 

Broekmueller Chas. blacksmith, bds 76, e Webster and Washington 

Biofiking & Buuck, (Chas. B. & Conrad B.) bootg and shoes, e s Cal- 
houn b Wayne and Washington 

Brocking Chas. (B. & Buuck) h n s Lavina b Fairfield Av. & Broadway 

Brokemyer Elizabeth, servant, 242 W. Berry 

Broking Chas. shoe maker, h n s Lavina b Broadway and i^'airfield Av 

Broulie Lizzie, servant, 86 E. Berry 

Brounenkant D. shoe maker, h n s Nirdliager Av, w of Broadvfay 



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J. E. GRAHAM, Justice of the Pence. M. V. B. GOTSHALIj, Notary Public. 

GRAHAM & GOTSHALL, 

Attorneys at Lawr, 

Real Estiilc, Collecting and Iiisiiraiicc Agents, 

Office, No. 7 East Main Street, Opposite Court ll0ttse» 
FORT ^VAITXE, Ix\I>. 

Represent $25,000,000 Insurance Capital. 

P|'efi;il attention given to Collection?, I'liyins .Tin? spJlii)": KojiJ Estat?, ex'iminrng titles^ 
paying tjises tor non-resiilpnts, aiir] exeetUinLC D(f«>il.a, Jlorlg/igcrt, ami all otlipy le^il papers. 
All business entrusted to our care will be promptly and faitlii'tiUy attended to. 



:P_A-Xj^OE1 OIF" IF-^SHIIOIsr. 

THE POPULAR ONE PRICE 

iVIen's, Youths' Boys' and Childrens' 

BEABY-MADE €LOTHIN<J HOUSE, 

AND DEALERS IN 

FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, CAPS, Etc. 



JVo. 1 Keystone Block, Cor. CalhoDn and Columbia Sts., 
Fort AV^ayne, - - - - Indiana. 



A. D. REID. E. A.IJGGET. 

J^. D. REID & CO., 



— cJ-tMANUFACTHKEKS OF-k^?— 



STEEL PLOWS. 

HARROWS, 

And Cultivators, 

Soutli-ffdst Corner Main St. and Maiden Lane, FORT WAYNE, IND. 




FORT WAYxNE [BRU] DIRECTORY. 63 



BRONSON A. A., Saloon and Billiard Room, 10 W. Berry 

Brook Charlotte, widow, h 200 W. Jefferson 

Brook Henry, carpenter, bds 200 W. Jefferson 

Brooks Milo H. plasterer, h 243 W. Washington 

Brooks Wni. carpenter, h w s Union b Wilt and Pritchard 

BROOKS WM. H., Physician and Surgeon, Office, n w c Calhoun 

and Berry ; h 108 W. Main 
Broom Eli, wagon maker, h s s Main b Berry and Maiden Lane 
Broom J.N. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C E. R. Carpenter Shop 
Broom J. N. wagon maker, s s Main b Harrison and Maiden Lane 
Broom John N. carriage maker, wks Thos. Stevens', res Bloomingdale 
Broom John N. wagon maker, h w s N. Cass b River and 1st, Blooming- 
dale 
Broomcaugh Mrs. widow, h w s Lafayette s of Suttenfield 
Broomcaugh \\m. laborer, h w s Lafayette s of Suttenfield 
Brossard Frank, blacksmith, h s s High w of St. Mary's Av., Blooming- 
dale J » a 

BROSSARD GEO., General Blacksmith and Horse Shoeing Shop, 
nee Fulton and Main ; h w s Wells n of Douglas, Bloomingdale 

Brossard John, blacksmith, h e s Wells b 2d and 3d, Bloomingdale 

Brossard Wm. blacksmith, h s s High w of St. Mary's Av., Blooming- 
dale 

Brown , physician, bds Avelinc House 

Brown Alexander, blacksmith, bds 152 E. Wayne 

Brown Alfred, coachman, 110 W. Berry 

HrowH Amelia, cook, Harmon House 

Brown 3Irs. Ann, h n s Holman b Barr and Lafayette 

Brown Benj. blacksmith, bds 152 E. Wayne 

Brown Benj. blacksmith, h s s Rich Road e of St. Joe Road 

Brown Benj H. blacksmith, sec 3Iain and Clay, h e s St. Joe Road n 
of the Park 

Brown Mrs. E. B. widow, h 125 Van Buren 

Brown Eli, carpenter, h 102 E. Washington 

Brown Elijah, cook, h e s Calhoun b Washington and Jefferson 

Brown Fred, collar maker, bds F. L. Racine's, Bloomingdale 

Brown J., Jr. machinist, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Brown James D. dentist, with Dr. I. Knapp, bds Aveline House 

Brown Jannctt, widow, h 5G Barr 

Brown John, barber, bds^ Elijah Brown's 

Brown John, blacksmith, h 152 E. Wayne 

Brown John, engineer, h n s Chicago b Kansas and Fairfield Av 

Brown John C. blacksmith, bds sec Wayne and Clay 

Brown John W. cook, h e s Calhoun b Washington and Jefferson 

BROWN SENECA B., Resident Dentist, Office, sec Main and 
Court, over First National Bank ; h 153 E. Wayne 

Brown Susan, widow, h s s Rich Road e of St. Joe Road, n s Maumee 
River 

Brown T. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Brown Wm. H. teamster, bds 152 E. Wayne 

Browning Jacob, bds 21-4 W. Washington 

Brucker Frank, laborer, wks Schnelker, Beugnot & Go's 

Brucker Jacob, stone cutter, bds Peter J. Weismantel's 

Srueker Michael, cooper, h 38 Nelson 

Brudi Gottlieb, groceries, n w c Broadway and Washington 



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FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



STANLEY, BIEBER & CO., 

Manufacturers of 




Carriages, Buggies, 



-AND- 



No. 118 West Main St., 
FORT WAYXE, BD. 



B^ REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. °^ 



P. S. UNDERHILL'S 

steam: 

Marble and Building Stone Works. 
CAPS, SILLS, WATEE-TABLE, 

And every other kind of Building Work Cut to Order, at Reduced Prices. 
FOREIGN AND AMERICAN MARBLE 

Monuments, H ead Stones, Ca binet Slabs, &c. 

Dealer in Marble, Slate and Iron Mantels, Grates, &c. Agent for the 

Jackson Fire Clay Company, Manufacturers of Stone 

Sewer Pipe and Fire Brick. 

Cor. Iain M Cass, and Cass and Pearl Streets, - FORT WAYNE, IHD, 



m:. NiE:R]Nd:A.]Nr]Nr, 



-MANUFACTURER OF- 



ALE AND LAGER BEER 



Corner Water and Harrison Streets, 

FOET WAYNE, - - INDIANA. 



FORT WAYNE [BUH] DIRECTORY. 65 



ERUEBACH GEO. T., Physician and Surgeon, Office, s w c 
Calhoun and Berry; h 206 \V. Washington 

Bruno Eberhart, laborer, wks Ranke, Yergens & Go's 

Brunett Chas. carpenter, bds Felix Ehinger's, Bloomingdale 

Brunett Chas. helper, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co's 

Brunke Christina, servant, 78 Lafayette 

Brunner Cornelius, stone cutter, bds Union House 

Brunner Eberhart, laborer, h 97 W. Jefferson 

Brunner John, (Schmidt & E.) h s s Lavina b Fairfield Av. & Broadway 

Brunner Martin, laborer, h e s Hanna b Lewis and Hamilton 

Bruns C. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. E. R. Carpenter Shop 

Bruns Christian, carnenter, h w s Harrison b Dawson and Williams 

Bruns F. C. laborer,' h 224 E. Jefferson 

Bruns W. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 

Bruns Wm. laborer, h s s Charles b Clav and Monroe 

Brunson Aden, student, bds 288 W. Jefferson 

Brunson Allen, student, bds 288 W. Jefferson 

Brunson Reuben, student, bds 288 W. Jefferson 

Brunson Thompson, student, bds 288 W. Jeff"erson 

Brusch H. C. engineer, bds 86 E. Main 

Brusch Josoph, foreman, bds 86 E. Main 

Brush J. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 

Brushet J. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C.R. R. Round House 

Bryant Geo. laborer, h e s Monroe b Wayne and Washington 

Bryant James, clerk, h 40 Columbia 

Bryant John, teamster, bds 40 Columbia 

Bryant Jos. laborer, h n s Wallace b Clay and Monroe 

Bryant Martha, widow, h e s Monroe b Wayne and Washington 

Bryant S. fish, oysters, confectioneries, &c., 64 Columbia 

Bryant Wm. confectionery, s s Columbia b Clinton and Barr, h 100 E, 
Washington 

Bryant Wm. huckster, h 100 E. Washington 

Buchheit Adam, carpenter, h 20 Hood 

Buchter John, helper, bds John Dremmel's 

Buck Chas. conductor, h e s Hanna b Hamilton and Hough 

Buck W. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

BUCK W. S., Agent Connecticut Mutual Life Ins. Co., s w c Main 
and Calhoun ; h 142 W. Wayne 

Buck Wm. carpenter, bds 200 Barr 

Buckland Mary, widow, bds R. W. Wohlfort's 

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

Buda Philip, carriage maker, bds 69 E. Jefferson 

Budde Herman, laborer, h s e c Holman and Monroe 

Buddemcyer Ernst, carpenter, h w s McClellan b Lewis and Bracken- 
ridge 

Bueche Fred, clerk City Flour Mill, res Geo. Bueche's, Bloomingdale 

Bueche Fred, laborer, bds 194 E. Jefferson 

Bueche Fredericka, servant, 194 E. Jefferson 

Bueche <-ieo. laborer, h w s Feeder n of High, Bloomingdale 

Buechneke Fred, laborer, h s s High w of Weils, Bloouiingdalo 

Buechner Casper, laborer, h s s Berry b Francis and Harmer 

Buehler Ferdinand, teacher, h 179 W. Washington 

Buesking Henry, shoe maker, wks 78 Columbia 

Buhart A. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 



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FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



JOHN M. MILLER, 




^laiiuractiirer and Dralor in 



Cliairs, Mil and Hair Mattresses, 
Lookiiig-Slass Plates, &c., 

Wos. 50 & 52 East Main St., 

rOKT ^VAY>E, IND. 





J%f\ 



AN, 




No. 25 East Main Street, near tlie Post Office, 
Fort ^Wayne, - - - - Indiana, 



SNIDER & McCALL, 



PHOI'RIETOKS OF 



Pranklin and Fair Grove Paper Mills, 

TV^holesale Faper Dealers^ 

Office, 232 Walnut Street, - - - CINCINNATI, O. 

Oa.slx fox* FLst^Sm 



FORT WAYNE [BUS] DIRECTORY. 67 

Buliekuhl H. wagon maker, bds 86 E. Jefferson 

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

Buhlager John, drayman, h n e c Chiy and Washington 

Buhnier Clias. bar keeper, 67 Columbia 

Buhr Kittie, servant, American House 

Buhr Nicholas, painter, h w s Marion b High and Bowser, Bloomingdale 

Bulger James P. driver Steam f^ire Engine, h e s Clinton b Maiu & Berry 

Bulger M. L. with Ewing, Hood & Co., nee Main and Clinton, bds 49 

E Lewis 
BULL JOHN W., Proprietor Mayer House, sec? Calhoun and 

Wayne 
Bullager M. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Bullcrman Henry, laborer, h n s Jefferson b Rockhill and College 
Bulleiman Henry, sawyer, wks Kanke, Yergens & Co's 
Bullerman Sophia, servant, 100 W. Berry 

Bulmahn Henry, drayman, bds nee Webster and Douglas Av 
Burcbardt A. C. wks N. G. Olds & Sou's 
Burchfield Jos. deputy sheriff, h 239 W. Wayne 
Burekholder Mary, servant, K. E. Doty's 
Bui ford Jennie, servant, 2 Madison 
Burg John, blacksmith, h 88 Madison 
Buig Nicholas, painter, h 123 Ijafayette 
Burger G. W. engineer, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R 
Burger L. baker, h n w c Van Buren and Jefferson 
Burger Louis, baker, h 208 W. Jefferson 
Burgcs Wm. cooper, h e s Lafayette near Holman 
Burgess Benj. blacksmith, bds Erancis Burgess' 

Burgess Francis, machinist, h n s Lavina b Fairfield Av. and Broadway 
Burgess Henry, capitalist, office e s Court b Main and Berry, over Post 

Office, res New Haven 
Burgess Olive, widow, h s s Wallace b Barr and Lafaye'ite 
Burgess Roswell S. cooper, bds Olive Burgess' 
Burgctt John, laborer, h 123 E. Lewis 

Burhann Edward, meat store, w s Calhoun b Wayne and Washington 
Biirkas John A. clerk 81 Columbia, h 14 VV. Washington 
Burke Edward, peddler, h n s Buchanan b Hanna aud Cass 
Burkhardt Thomas, gardener, h s e c Oakley and Poplar 
Burlager Geo. expressman, h u s Washington b Lafayette and Clay 
Burlager Wm. laborer, bds Geo. Burlager's 
Burlaud Ilobt. bds Joseph J. Leifel's 
Burlaud Thos. carpenter, bds Joseph J. Leifel's 
Hurleman Fred, cabinet maker, wks Emrick & Pieice's 
Burrington Chauncy, engineer, h e s Clay b Holman and Hough 
Burris John, carpenter, h 176 E. Wayne 
Burner J. painter, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 
Burns James, helper, h s s Colerick b Prince aud Fairfield Av 
Burns P. machinist, wks T., W. & W. R. R Shops 
Burns Patrick, laborer, h n s Bass b Hoagland Av. and Fairfield Av 
Bursley G. E. clerk s w c Main and Harrison, h 295 W. Washington 
Burt A. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Lumber Yard 
Burt Alice, widow, h 228 E. Jefferson 
Burt Chas. molder, bds 228 E. Jefferson 
Busby Geo. carpenter, h 12 W. Washington 
Busch Jacob, laborer, bds Fred. Roth's 



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TT'ort "Wayne 

GAZETTE, 

' DAILY AND WEEKLY. 

A. W. WRIGHT, - - Editor and Proprietor. 




ALL KINDS OF STEAM 

00I1 i\\n\ fob ^viutiujt 

Executed in the Best Manner. 



The Most Complete Printing Establishment 



IIV THE CITY. 



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[CAN] DIRECTORY. 69 



Busch John, carpenter, h 24l W. Washington 

Busche Henry, carpenter, h w s Harrison b Highland and Dawsoa 

Buschman Wm. F. clerk 105 Columbia, bds H. Gr. Wagner's 

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

Buscr Fred, laborer, bds 61 Montgomery 

Bush J. F. carriage painter, bds 12 J: Barr 

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

Bushey H. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Busking Frederick, shoemaker, bds 110 W. Water 

BUSSE & CO., (Wm. B., Wm. Humann & Christ. Yoatz) Saw Mill, 

n w c Cass and W. and E. Canal 
Busse Wm. (Wm. B. & Co.) h 16-4 Ewing 
Busser F. boiler maker, wks J. H. Bass' 
Buster Henry, stone mason, h 198 W. Jefferson 
Butler Catharine, widow, h n s Chicago b Kansas and Fairfield Av 
Butler John, (Wm. Struver & Co.) h n s W. & E. Canal b Ewing and 

Cass 
Butt Alonzo, brakeman, bds Wm. H. Barrett's 
Butt Anthony, brewer, wks Bloomingdale Brewery 
Butt Wm. carder. Summit City Woolen Mills, res country 
Buttenbender Henry, laborer, h 179 W. Washington 
Buttmer John, barkeeper, bds 42 Columbia 
Buuck Conrad, (Broeking & B.) h n w c Broadway and Wall 
Byerling John, laborer. Summit City Woolen Mills, res Bloomingdale 
Byers Wm. helper, bds. John B. Comstock's 



Cacceni Wm. molder, wks Murray & Baker's 

Caffrey John, laborer, h e s Calhoun b Wallace and Hamilton 

Cahn Fred, carpenter, bds 210 E. Jefferson 

Cahn Wm. laborer, h 210 E. Jefferson 

Cairns Jas. machinist, h n e c Hood and Noel 

Cairns Jas., Jr. carpenter, bds nee Hood and Noel 

Callahan Wm. laborer, h s s Williams b Webster and Hoagland Av 

Camp W. M. conductor, h 73 Baker 

Campbell Belle, seamstress^ h s s Washington near Webster 

Campbell Daniel, foreman blacksmith shop, h s s Brackenridge b Har- 
rison and Webster 

Campbell Garrett, carpenter, h 208 Lafayette 

Campbell Harry, foreman P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop, h 83 
Montgomery 

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

Campbell J. G. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Campbell M. helper, yfks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Campbell Sophia, widow, h 103 Madison 

Campbell Wm. civil engineer, bds Aveline House 

Campion Michael, brakeman, bds American House 

Canna John, bricklayer, h 138 E. Washington 

Cannaday Gust, plasterer, h w s Smith s of Horace 

Cannan John K. machinist, h e s Garden s of Jeffersoa 

Gannett M. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 



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®I»c onljj Ccvmau l^ijitv in Uovthcru giuUana. 




J. SARNIGHAUSEN, Prop'r and Publisher. 



Tri-Weekly, - 
Weekly, - - 



- $4.00 Per Annum, In Advance. 
- $2.50 Per Annum, In Advance. 



ENGLISH AND GEEMAN 

joEi r»mnNrTiKrc3r, 

Promptly and Jfeatlj executed at the Lowest Rates. 



O OF' DF" I O EJ : 



N. E. Corner of Columbia and Clinton Streets, 
Fort "W^ayne, Ind. 



FORT WAYNE [CAS] DIEECTORY. 71 



Cannon J. K. macliinist, vvks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 
Cannon W. S. conductor, h n s Chicago b Calhoun and Harrison 
Carder Eli, blacksmith, h w s Rlutfton Road s of T., W, & W. R. R. 

Track 
Carder H. W. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Carey A. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Carey Adolph, fireman, bds Madaline Carey's 

Carey Hiram S. conductor, h s s Braekeuridjie b Calhoun and Harrison 
Carey John, stone cutter, bds n w c Pearl and Harrison 
Carey Madaline, widow, h s s Lewis b Lafayette and Clay 
Carey Thos. stoker, wks Ft. Wayne Gas Light Co 
CARIER A. H., Notary Public, Land\ind Insurance Agent, Office 

e s Court, over Post Office ; h s w c Berry and Monroe 
Carle Eli, engineer, bds R E. j3oty's 
Carlisle P^ugene, harness maker, bds 86 E. Berry 
CARLL GEO. S., CPeltier & C.) h 184 E. Berry 
Carman Caleb, machinist, h n s Brandrift" b Webster and Hoagland Av 
Carmany J. fireman. P., Ft. W. k C. R. R 
Carmcr Oliver P. carpenter, bds 57 Barr 

Carmon H. C. traveling agent, 86 Columbia, res Wabash, Ind 
Carney John, laborer, h n s Welita b Webster and Kansas 

Carpenter painter, bds Sarah E. Fleming's 

Carpenter A. H. chair finisher, wks 52 E. Main 

Carpenter D. L. carpenter, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co.'s 

Carroll D. carpenter, bds Thos. Carroll's 

Carroll E. J. engineer. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R 

Carroll Elizabeth, (Gerry & C.) res Daniel Kelly's 

Carroll John, bricklayer, h 222 E. Washinutou 

Carroll Patrick, labuier, h 88 W. Water 

Carroll Patrick, laborer, h w s College n of Maumee Road 

Carroll Thos. laborer, h n e c Prince and Colerick 

Carry Edward F. (Root & Co.) h 181 Clinton 

Carry Frank, spoke turner, h s s Lasselle b Lafayette and Cass 

Carry Joseph, blacksmith, h s w c Lasselle and Cass 

Carry Sarah, widow, h 181 Clinton 

Carson W. W. attorney, h n s Berry b Clay and Lafayette 

Carter Jas. M. carpenter, bds n w c Harrison and Pearl 

Carter Mrs. M. A. h s s Lewis b Calhoun and Harrison 

Carter Mary, cook. Ft. Wayne Dining Hall 

Carter Patrick, farmer, wks Henry McKinnie's 

CARTER WM., Dealer in Hot Air Furnaces; Tin Roofer and 

Manufc.cturer of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware, I'S-L Columbia 
Cartwright Chas. h s s Baker b Webster and Kansas 
Cartwright J. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Cartwright las. M. butcher, h 289 W. Jeff"ersoa 
Cartwright John, res. Chas. Cartwright's 
Cartwright John, turner, h s s Wallace b Barr and Lafayette 
Carver Charlotte, widow, res Chas. Godfrey's 

Carver Kahn K. engineer, h s s Dawson b Webster and Hoagland Av 
Cary James D. h 67 Douglas Av 

Cary John, stone cutter, bds n w c Pearl and Harrison 
Case Chas. attorney at law, h 20:{ W. Wayne 
Case Frank H. engineer, bds 203 W. Wayne 
Case Willis W. (Humphreys & C.) h 203 W. Wayne ^^^^ 



72 FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DEMOCRAT, 

Daily and Weekly. 
E. D. DUMM & CO., - - Proprietors, 

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



The DEMOCRAT has a large and increasing circulation, 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 PHIIsTTING^, 

And Blank Book Manufacturers. 

JS^- We have the most extensive JOB PRINTING 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 Miiil of FANCY AHD ORNAMENTAL PRINTINS EVER EIECUTED. 
All Orders Promptly Filled- 

We have the most complete Foster Office in the State, and 
pride ourselves in doing the finest work. 



RAILROAD HEADINGS, 

SHO^ O^I^r^S, l^J^FS,, L^BELS^ 

VIEWS OF BUILDINGS AND MACHINERY, 



)HN H BOGART. 




Partnership formed August 1st, 1S70. 

LANDSCAPES, PORTRAITS. &C 



EXECUTED IN THE BEST STYLE. 



FORT WAYNE [CHR] DIRECTORY. 73 



Cass Chas. machinist, h n w c Hanna and Hough 

Casso Frank, saloon, 88 Burr 

Cast Rev. Chas. h n e c Wayne and Clinton 

Castle Jas. W. farmer, h e s Lafayette b Virtrinia and "Wallace 

Cathedral R. C. School, s w c Clinton and Jefferson ; Bro. Ephrem, 

Superior 
Cattez J. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. E. Shops 
Cauglmian C. moldcr, wks J. H. Bass' 
Cavanaugh Edward, turner, bds 98 E. Berry 
Cavanaugh J. turner, wks Emrick & Pierces 
Cavisshire Geo. brakcman, bds Harmon House 
Center John W. engineer, h s s Williams opp Prince 
Ceutlivre L. C. brewery, on W. & E. Canal Feeder, e s Lima Road, one 

mile north of city 
Certia Peter, (U. Stotz & Co.) res Bloomingdale Brewery 
Challenger J. W groceries, n w c Berry and Barr, h 57 E. Berry 

Chamberlain , laborer, wks 0. D. Kurd's 

Chamberlain G. machinist, wks J. H. Bass' 

Chamberlain Henry, h 40 E. Jefferson 

Chamberlain Jas. C. laborer, h 126 W. Washington 

Chamberlain Porter, machinist, h n s Butler b Webster and Hoagland Av 

Chamberlain W. H. clerk 0. A. Simons', h n e c Clinton and Jefferson 

Chana John, brakcman, h s s Wilt b Union and Rockhill 

Chaper Fred, pattern maker, h 233 E. Wayne 

Chapin Solomon, machinist, 27 W. Water, bds Main Street Exchange 

Chapman Alaethea A. widow, h 148 Harrison 

Chapman B. W. engineer, h s w c Washington and Rockhill 

Chapman F]lisha, res J. A. Atvvood's 

Chapman John, hackman, h 14 Montgomery 

Chapman Jos. laborer, h 127 E. Lewis 

CHAPMAN WM. C, with A. C. Beaver; Residence, 126 W. 

Jetfers.fU 
Chappel John, machinist, h n w c Jackson and Wilt 
Cheamot Emeile, laborer, wks W. B. Fisher's 
Cherry Frank 31. boiler maUer, hill E. Wayne 
Cheviron Louisa, res Xavier Cheviron's 
Cheviron Therese, widow, res Xavier Cheviron's 
Cheviron Xavier, machinist, h s e c Monroe and Hough 
Chittenden E. L. ex-city clerk, h 69 W. Berry 
Chittenden Mrs. H. widow, res 69 W. Berry 
Chorpcuing Catherine, servant, 137 W. Main 
Chovey C."& F. (Chas. & Frank) blacksmiths, 11 E. Water 
Chovcy Chas. (C. & F. C.) h 51 E. Water 
Chovey Frank, ^C. & F. C.) h 51 E. Water 
Chovey John, blacksmith, h 227 E. Wavne 
Chovey John B. blacksmith, h 227 E. Wayne 
Christ Jos. clerk Chas. Lehman's, h e s Harmer n of Wayne 
Christen A. carpenter, h 190 E. Wayne 
Christen John, clerk 79 Columbia, bds IOC W. Washington 
Christen Mary, bds 106 W. Washington 
Christie J. B. machinint, wks Murray & Baker's 
Christie John, machinist, h 94 E. Washington 
Christie Wm., Jr. machinist, wks T., W. <& W. R. R. Shops 
Christie Wm. machinist, bds 146 W. Jefferson 



71 



RAILROAD ADVERTISEMENT. 



Fort Wayne, 

illlCIE k cmiTi 



n^il FLosLc3L, 




SHOETEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE 



-<l-^TOt^-2=^ 



MUNCIE, CINCINNATI, INDIANAPOLIS, 
TERRE HAUTE, EVANSVILLE, 

LOUISVILLE, CAIRO, ST. LOUIS, 

BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH. 



J. A. SEMPLE, General Ticket Agent. 

J. H. SHELDON, General Superintendent. 



FORT WAYNE [COC] DIRECTORY. 75 



Christy Daniel, laborer, bds nee Water and Clintou 
Cliurcliill C. C. civil engineer G. R. & I. R. R., n w c Barr and Berry 
Cimmerly John W. painter, h n s Dawson b Webster and Boagland Av 
CITY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE, 44 Calhoun, Hamilton's Build- 
ing ; Allen Zollars, City Attorney 
City Clerk's Office, in City Hall ; Samuel P. Freeman, Clerk 
City Engineer's Office, in City Elall, Barr b Berry and Wayne ; Chas. S. 

Brackenridiio, City Engineer 
CITY FLOUR MILLS, n w c Clinton and W. & E. Canal ; P, 
Hoagland & Co., Proprietors ' 

City Hall and Council Chamber, over Market House, Barr b Berry and 
! Wayne 

City Marshal's Office, in City Hall; Patrick McGee, Marshal 
City Treasurer's Office, in City Hall ; Christian Piepenbriuk, Treasurer 
Clare Michael, laborer, h s w c Pearl and Maiden Lane 

Clark , conductor, bds Arthur Whitehead's 

Clark Andrew, laborer, h e s N. Cass b 1st and River, Bloomingdale 

Clark Bernard, carriage trimmer, bds 8 Harrison 

Clark Ella, teacher, bds Hamilton House 

Clark H. C. engineer, bds Mayer House 

Clark Jas. fireman, T., W & W. R. Co 

Clark John, driver, bds 77 E. Berry 

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

Clark John S. hackman, bds Chas. P. Fletcher's 

Clark Jos. clerk, h G8 W. Main 

CLARK JOSEPH M., Merchant Tailor, 4 Aveline House Block ; 

bds Aveline House 
Clark Miss L. F. teacher in Higb School, bds Hamilton House 
Clark Mary, servant, 92 E. Berry 

CLARK & RHINESMITH, (John H. C. & John R.) Whole- 
sale and Retail Dealers in Lumber, Lath, Shingles, &c. ; Planing 
and Flooring Mill ; Manufacturers of all kinds of Wood Packing 
Boxes; Office and Yard, s s Railroad Track b Calhoun and Clinton 
Clark Sarah, widow, h 222 Jackson 

Clark Victoria, widow, h s s BrandriflF b Webster and Hoagland Av 
ClautS John, shoe maker, bds 138 Broadway 
Clauss Johc C. saloon, n w c Broadway and Pritchard 
Clay M. fireman, h n s Baker b Harrison and Webster 
Clay M. B. engineer, h n s Baker b Harrison and Webster 
Clay Margaret, widow, h n s Baker b Harrison and Webster 
Clay School Building, n w c Clay and Washington 
Clayton David, plasterer, bds L. A. Logan's 

Cleary J. \V. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Clements Wm. laborer, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Freight Depot 
Clifi^ord Phojbe, servant, 149 W. Berry 
Cliuewiller H watchman, P., Ft. W, & C. R. R. Shops 
Cliuger Jas. driver, bds 77 E. Berry 
Clough Rebecca, widow, h 70 3iadison 
Coal Lydia, servant, ISO W. Washington 
Coardevey Pauline, cook, American House 
Coardevey Sophia, waiter, American House 
Coats B. J. railroad contractor, bds American House 
Coburn W. S. engineer, P., Ft. VV. & C. R. R. Co 
Cochrane H. W. fireman. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 



76 



RAILROAD ADVERTISEMENT. 



Fittskgli, Ft. Wayne Klucag 




[Pennsylvania Railroad, Lessees. 



THE SHORTEST ROUTE FROM CHICAGO TO 
NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA, 

BALTIMORE, WASHINGTON, 

HARRISBURGH, And PITTSBURGH. 

ALSO THE DIRECT ROUTE TO 

BOSTOX, ALBANY, BUFFALO, DUNKIRK, CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, CIN- 
CINNATI, WHEELING, DAYTON, and all Cities and Towns 
between Cliicago and tbe points above named. 



FOUR DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS EACH WAY 

(Sundays excepted,) one Express Train leaving every night for the East. 



SILVER PALACE CARS leave Chicago Daily for Xew York 

WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS. 



There is no Change of Cars between Chicago and Pittsburgh, Phiadelphia 
and New York, and but one Change between Chicago and Baltimore. 



8^" PtJI..I>MAN'S PAIiACE CARS are run on all Night Trains, and Baggage 
Checked through to all Eliistern Citie.«, and hindled Free. 

tSf'To ^e(M^lo the Shortest Route, groatCHt comfort, and saving of time, ask for tickets 
"VIA THE FORT WAYNE ROAD." For aale at all tne principal Ticket Offices, and at 
Coitjpany's Office at Depot. 



0:F]PIGEI^S: 



J. N. McCiiIloiigh, ficner.Ml Mnnnger 
J. V. Farley, Auditor, I'ilt.sbur;^h. 



W. P. Shiun, Gen'l Freight Agent, Pittsburgh. 

J. P. Hendfr.M<in, Cashier, Pittwburgli. 
J. D. Layiig, Hupt. of Eii>fn Dfv., Pittsburgh. C. H. Miller, Stoek Accent, Chicago. 
(;. E. (iorhani, Siipl. of We-t'ji Div., Ft. Wayne. W. V. Chllaiid, (ien'l Wes. Pas.s. Agt., 
F. R. Meyer.s, Geu'l Ticket Agent, Cliicago. J. P. Brady, Freight Agent, Chicag. 



Chicago. 



J. C r>A.VIS, Agreiit, Fort TTayne. 



FORT WAYNE [CON] DIRECTORY. 77 



COCHRANE, HUMPHREY & CO., (Johu C, Geo. H. & 

Wm. McFee) Contractors, Carpenters and Builders ; Manufacturers 
of Sash, Doors, Blinds, &c. ; also, Planing Mill and Dealers iu 
Lumber, Lath, Shinfrles, &e., n s Pearl b Fulton and Grifl5.th 
Cochrane John, (C, Humphrey & Co.) h n w c Berry and Edsall 
Cockelford Abram, laborer, bds Chas. Collins' 
Cody John H. (Cody & Son) bds awe Water and Barr 
CODY & LAVANWAY, (Maurice C. & Luke L.) Ice Dealers, 

Office, 53 Columbia 
Cody Maurice, (C. & Son and Cody & Lavanway) h n w e Water & Barr 
CODY & SON, (Maurice & John H.) Proprietors Valley Flour 

Mill, St. Mary's Bivcr, ten miles south of City 
Cody Thos. G. bds n w c Water and Barr 
Coffee J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. &, C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Coffman G. E. carriagesmith, bds 23 Madison 
Cohn Ab. peddler, bds Steuben House 
Cole Louis, machinist, bds 98 E. Berry 
Cole Lydia, servant, 180 W. Washington 
Cole 8. D. maehin'st, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co's 
Cole Samuel, carpenter, h s s Front b Cherry and River, w s River 
Coleman J. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Coleman J. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Round House 
Colerick D. K. & W. G. (David H. & Walpole G.) attorneys, 54 Cal- 
houn 
Coleriek David, attorney, 22 Court, h 92 E. Berry 
Colerick David H. (D. H. & W. G. C.) h 92 E. Berry 
Colerick E. F. attorney, office, Colerick's Hall, h junction Blufftou Road 

and T., W. & W. Railroad 
Colerick Henrv, attorney and notary, 54 Calhoun, bds 92 E. Berry 
COLERICK JOHN, Attorney at Law, Office, 22 Court j h 92 E. 
Berry 
"olerick John A. b 85 E. Jefferson 
Colerick Walpole G. (D. H. & VV. G. C.) bds 92 E. Berry 
Colerick's Hall, n s Columbia b Clinton and Barr 
Coleridge Mary, seamstress, bds e s Calhoun near Hamilton 
Coling Peter, shoe maker, h s s Wallace b Calhoun and Clinton 
Collar Luphina. widow, h w s N. Cass b River and 1st, Bloomingdale 
Collins Chas. boiler maker, h e s Calhoun s of Butler 
Collins Chas file cutter, h s w e Main and Barr 
Collins Dennis, helper, h n s Baker b Harrison and Webster 
Collins John, laborer, h s s Ciiarles b Lafayette and Clay 
Collins Mary, waiter, Aveline House 
Colson E. saw maker, 57 W. Main, h s s Columbia Road b Cherry and 

Centre 
Colwell Jos. bds 43 E. Water 




ton 

■*""') — - - „ 

Comparet Chas. M. res David F. Comparet's 

Comparet David F. h north end of Harmer 

COiVrSTOCK JOHN B., Brick Yard, s s W. & E. Canal east of 

West^grn 
Concordia College, n s Maumee Road east of College ; Rev. ^\ m. bihler, 

President ; G. Alex. Saxer, Director 



/ :? UNITED STATES MAIL LINE 



U. S. MAIL LINE 



]BE3T'\7\rE3E!lW 



LOUISVILLE 



.^ :Kr x> 



T\^rO D^ILY LINES 

At 12 O'clock M. and 5.30 P.M., 

COXSISTING OF THE SPLENDID STEAMERS 

UNITED STATES, - - Whitten, Master. 

GEN. LYTLE, - - - Wade, 

BEN. FRANKLIN, - - - Hildreth, " 

GEN. BUELL, - - - David. 



u 



Passengers aiii SMpiiers may rely iipii llie Eeinlarily of tlese Stealers 



D. J. PEARCE, Agent. C. 6. FEARCE, President. 

THOMAS SHERLOCK, Treasurer. 

Oflace, North-East Corner of Front and Vine Streets, 

AVIIAKFCOAT AT TiiE FOOT OF VINE STREET, 

Cincinnati, - - - . Olriio. 



FORT WAYNE [COR] DIRECTORY. 73 



Conden J. blactsmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmltli Shop 

Confer 0. N. carpenter, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Go's 

CONGER JOHN, Attorney at Law, Resideace, 9 E. Wayne 

Conklin Frances, widow, res Wm. Conklin's 

Conklin John J. fireman, h 105 Jackson 

Conklin Lizette, servant, Geo. W. Ewing's 

Conklin Sidney, fireman, bds John Cnrtwright's 

Conklin \Vn. engineer, h 301 W. Jeiferson 

Connair Wm. blacksmith, h e s Lafayette b Virginia and Wallace 

Connecticut Mutual Life Ins. Co. s w c Main and Calhoun ; W. S. Buck, 

agent 
Conners Mary, servant, 110 W. Berry 

Conners Michael, driver Steam Fire Engine, h 60 Clinton, b Main & Berry 
Connor .Jerry, helper, bds nee Barr and Holman 
Connors John, h s w e Madison and Francis 
Connors John, helper, h e s Webster b Highland and Dawson 
Conover Addison V. D. foreman News Room Ft. Wayne Gazette, bds 

124 W. Jefferson 
Conrad C. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. E. Carpenter Shop 
Conrad J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. K. Carpenter Shop 
Conradi John, laborer, h s s Duryee b Hoagland Av. and Fairfield Av 
Conway Edwird, laborer, h s s Bass b Hoagland Av. and Prince 
Cook Albert H. teacher, h w s Blufftoa Road s of T., W. & W. R. R. 

Track 
Cook Anthony, helper A. D. Reid & Go's, h 32 W. Lewis 
Cook Christ, plow maker, h n w c Brackenridge and Webster 
Cook Christ, wagon maker, h n w e Webster and Brackenridge 
Cook Cristian, h 45 W. Jefferson 
Cook Christian F. machinist, bds 45 W. Jefferson 
Cook E'rank, machinist, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Go's 
Cook Isaac G. policeman, has Butler b Webster and Hoagland Av 
Cook Lizzie, h 45 W. Jefferson 
Cook Otto, machinist, bds Mrs. E. Hunt's 

Cook W. S. clerk P., Ft. VV. & C. R. R. Freight Office, b 16 Douglas Av, 
Coolcan P. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Tin Shop 
Cooley Susan, servant, 105 W. Berry 

Cooligan Patrick, laborer, h n s Henry b Oakley and Fairfield Av 
Coombes Eliza, widow, res J. B. Saunder's 
COOMBS & CO., (John M. C. & Anson Warit;g) Dealers in Iron, 

Steel and Heavy Hardware, Manufacturers and Jobbers of all kinds 

of Wood Stock for Wagons and Carriages, 132 Columbia 
Coombs John M. (C. & Co.) h 263 W. Wayne 
Coombs Joseph, clerk 132 Columbia, bds 53 W. Wayne 
COOMBS & MILLER, (Wm. H. C. & Wm. H. H. M.) Attorneys 

at Law, Office 50 Calhoun 
Coombs Wm. E. civil engineer, bds 53 W. Wayne 
Coombs Wm. H. (C. & Miller) h 53 VV, Wayne 

Cooper Cornelius, drayman, h n w c N. Harrison and 1st, Bloomingdale 
Cooper Eleanor, widow, res 176 W. Washington^ 
Corcoran John, laborer, wks J. C, Bowser & Co.'s 
Corcoran Thos. teamster, h 86 B. Lewis 
Corcoran Wm. fireman, bds R. E. Doty's 
Cordrey Thos. P. boots and shoes, 16 W. Berry, h e s Maiden Lane 

b Main and Berrv 



80 



RAILROAD ADVERTISEMENT. 



CINCINNATI 

HAMILTON i DAYTON 




The Best and Quickest Route 



-==^DF E, o 3yi:^-i>- 



Fort Wayne, 
Milwaukie, 
La Crosse, 
Dunleith, 
Omaha, 
Des Moines, 
Burlington, 
Cheyenne, 



Chicago, 

Prairie du Chien, 
St. Paul, 
Dubuque, 
Rock Island, 
Galesburg, 
Quincy, 
Denver, 
San Francisco, 



AND ALL POINTS IN THE NORTH-WEST, 



M) CHANGE OF CARS KETWEEA CI\tl^\AT< & lllICA(iO. 



B@- BAGGAGE CHECKED TO ALL IMPORTANT POINTS. 



Sleeping Cars on ISTight Trains. 



FARE AS I.OW A^l> TIItlE AS qilC K AS Ai\Y OTHER LIIVE. 

Tickets niid infcrniution inny be had iit :ill the pr neipril Railroad Otlicos in the United Statei', 
and in C'im ii.umi m ^'o. 80 W. Fourtli St., No. 116 Vine St., ::nd :it tiie C, 11. & D. K. R. Deimt. 



D. McLAKEN, General Superiiiteiideni. 

SAMUEL STEVENSON, General Ticket Agent. 



FORT WAYNE [CRA] DIRECIORY. 81 

Corey E. A. engineer, h n e c Holmaa and Lafayette 

Corl Henry, laborer, h 43 Clinton 

Corneille Francis C. clerk 103 Columbia, h 47 E. "Water 

Corneille John B. clerk 103 Columbia, h 47 E. Water 

Coirey E. A. fireman, T., W. & W. R. R 

Corsan Mary, servant, 261 W. Wayne 

Coryell Jacob L. laborer, h n s Henry near Bluffton Road 

Cothrell Mrs. Ann, (Vanalstine & Co.) h 152 E. Washington 

Cothrell Jackson, foreman, bds 169 E. Washington 

Cothrell Jared, foreman, h 169 E. Washington 

Cothrell John, molder, bds Joseph R. Prentiss', Bloomingdale 

Cothriell Albert M. bds 98 E. Berry 

Cothriell Moses, boarding house, 98 E. Berry 

Cottingham Wm. H. book-keeper Biddle & BrandriflTs, bds 132 W. 
Wayne 

Couden E. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C R. R. Shops 

County Auditor's Ofl&ce, in Court House; Henry J. Rudisill, Auditor 

County Clerk's Ofiiec, in Court House; Wm. Fleming, Clerk 

County Recorder's Office, in Court House; Clem. A. Rekers, Recorder 

County Surveyor's Office, in Court House; W. H. Goshorn, Surveyor 

County Treasurer's Office, in Court House; Henry Monning, Treasurer 

Couple H. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Couple J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Cour Eugene, foreman stoker, h n s Water b Clinton and Barr 

Coursey John, laborer, h e s Old Piqua Road s of Maumee Road 

Court Hou*e, Calhoun b Main and Berry 

Courtney Benj. carpenter, h 31 W. Lewis 

Courtney Laurence F. umbrellas, nee Calhoun and Washington 

Covert Oliver S. dental student, 106 Columbia, bds American House 

Cowic Isaac M. molder, h e s Lafayette b Holman and Montgomery 

Cowles A. Z. mcchinist, h n w c Jackson and Wilt 

Cox John, laborer, h 146 Hanna 

Cox Lizzie, servant, 174 E. Berry 

Coyle Hester, servant, Frank P. Randall's 

Crabbs Cyrus, boarding house, 91 E. Washington 

Crabbs Cyrus, cleik 18 W. Berry, h 91 E. Washington 

Crabbfi Elizabeth, widow, h 145 W. Berry 

Cragg T. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Craiu Kate, waiter, Avcliue House 

Cramer Eli, engineer, h 146 Hanna 

Cramer F. painter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shop^i 

Cramer Jenny, servant, 77 E. Berry 

Cramer M. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. K. Yard 

Cramer Mary, servant, 77 E Berry 

Cramer W. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 

Cran C. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 

Cran Chas. tailor, h s w c Lewis and Clay 

Cran Martha, milliner, bds Chas. Cran's 

Crance James, laborer, h n w c Gay and Samuel 

Crance Richard, laborer; h w s Smith s of Horace 

Crane Alonzo, painter, h 164 Hanna 

CRANE CALVIN D., Surveyor, Notary Public and Book-keeper, 
Office with Samuel T. Hanna, e s Court one door north of Post 
Office ; h 136 W. Wayne 



82 RAILROAD ADVERTISEMENT. 



HAMILTON & DAYTON 




CINCINNATI, TOLEDO AND DETROIT LINE. 

THE ONLY DIRECT EOUTE 

-<|-f BET W EEN4of=- 



-<|-f AND -K-ls*- 

Bellefontaine, Forest, 

Clyde, Sandusky, 

Toledo, Adrian, 

Jackson, Lansing, 

Owosso, Saginaw,] 

Bay City, Detroit, 

Toronto, Hamilton, 

Quebec, Montreal, 

AND ALL POINTS IN THE €ANABAS. 



m CHAME OF CARS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, SANDUSKY and TOLEDO 



B^ BAGGAGE CHECKED TO ALL IMPORTANT POINTS. 



SLEEPING CARS ON ALL NIGHT TRAINS FOR SANDUSKY & DETROIT. 



For ticlii»t« or iiifDrni'tion -ipply at tho principal Railroad Offl ■e'< in tho noiintrv, nn-i in Cin- 
cinnati at No. 81) W. Fourth St., No. 115 Vini' St., and at Depot, coinpr'Fifth and lioadly Sts. 

D. McLaren, General Siiperintendent. 

. SAMUEL STEVENSON, General Ticket Agent. 



FORT WAYNE [CUM] DIRECTORY. 83 

GRANE CARRIE R., Manufacturer of all kinds of Hair Work, 

13(j W. Wayne. See Card, page 58 
Crane Geo. D. (Lumbard & C.) h 46 W. Berry 
Crane Susan E. bds 198 W. Wayne 
Crane Wm. M., Jr. carpenter, bds 198 W. Wayne 
Crane Win. M., Sr. attorney, h 198 W. Wayne 
Cranse James, laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Freight Depot 
Cranston John, foreman, h n s Douglas w of Wells, Blooniingdale 
Craw C. K. bds E. L. Craw's 
Craw E. L. clerk City Flour Mills, h w s Broadway Extension, near 

Corp. Line 
Crawford H. F. fireman, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R 
Crawford J. molder, wks Murray k Baker's 
Creamer D. fireman. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R 
Creditor Edward H. dental student, bds 103 W. Main 
Cretzer Elizabeth, widow, h e s Harrison b Highland and Dawsoa 
Cretzer Jerry R. broom maker, res Elizabeth Creizer's 
CrightoQ Wm. foreman Murray & Baker's, h s s Brackenridge b Har- 
rison and Webster 
Crimins M. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 
Crimmans Margaret, widow, h n s Baker b xVIcClellan and Fairfield Av 
Crimmins Patrick, contractor, h s s Wilt b Jackson and Union 
Croawan Sarah, servant, IGi \V. Wayne 
Crocker I. engineer, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R 
Crocker W. fireman. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R 
Cromer John, spinner, bds Chas. Wilson's 
Cromley Gorham, fireman, h n w c Dawson and Webster 
Cromwell Joseph W. with J. R Hoffman & Bros.', h 200 W. Mala 
Cronamaier I. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Cronan Sarah, servant, 113 W. Maia 
Cronin Mary, servant, 53 W. Wayne 
Cronin Sarah, servant, Phillips House 
Crouk Emeline, dress maker, 92 E. Main 

Crosby Geo. machinist, h s s Henry b Hoagland Av. and Fairfield Av 
Crosby Mary, widow, h 283 W. Jefferson 
GROUSE CHAS. P., Drain Tile Manufacturer, s e c W. & E. 

Canal and Western 
Crouse Geo. W. tile maker, res Chas. F. Grouse's 
Crow James A. carpenter, h n e c McClellan and Baker 
Crum David, book-binder, bds Union House 
Crumley Amanda P. teacher, res Elizabeth Crumley's 
Crumley Elizabeth, widow h c s Griffith 2d house south of Jefferson 
Crumley G. fireman, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R 
GRUMPSTON CHAS. P., Proprietor Sturgis House, 51 W. 

Berry 
Cruse D. A. carpenter, h w s Ewing b Jefferson and Washington 
Cruser H. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 
Crussa A. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 
Culbertson Lizzie J. widow, h UO Columbia 
Cull Cornelias, laborer, h s s Taylor b Oakley and Fairfield Av 
Cull Edward, laborer, h n s Chicago b Kansas and Fail field Av 
Cull J. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 

Cullaton Martin, printer, h n w c Fulton and Sturgis , p, ,, 

Cummincrs Mrs. J. L., Pennsylvania House, s w c Baker and taihouu 



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Cummings Jerry, brakeman, h n s Ilolman b Lafayette and Barr 

Cumniings T. J. T. clerk Pennsylvania House 

Cunimings Wilson, cne;ineer, h 327 Calhoun south of R. R. Track 

Cunipcon Robt. bds. 51 W. Berry 

CunniMc;b,ini John, carpenter, h s w c College and Wilt 

Curdie Joliu, hostler, Geo. W. Ewinj^'s 

Curran Ed. stave jointer, bds Jacob L. Coryell's 

Current S. S. carpenter, h s s Butler b Harrison and "Webster 

CURRIE GEO. E., 227 Walnut Street, Cincinnati, O., General 

Aaont Cincinnati Raw Bor.e Thosphate Manufacturing; Co 
CURRIER CHAS. H., Manager Western Union Telegraph Co., 

Office s s Berry, Aveline House Block ; h s s Melita b Uoagland 

and Webster 
Curry Frank, blacksmith, h s e c Webster and Grand 
Curry John, brass finisher, h s s Grand b Harrison and Webster 
Curtice John F. law student, 50 Calhoun, h n s Jefferson 2d door west 

of Ewing 
Curtice Mary E. h n s Jefferson 2d door west of Ewing 
Curtis Martin, blacksmith, h e s Hanna b Grant and St. Francis 
Curtiss U. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. W. iSt C. R. R. Shops 
Gushing J. coppersmith, wks P., Ft W^. & C. R, R. Shops 
Gushing Michael, laborer, h s s Wallace b Clinton and Calhoun 
Gushing Michael J. molder, bds Michael Gushing's 
Gushing Timothy, laborer, bds Michael Gushing's 

Gushman , wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Cushman Eliza M. widow, h s s Madison b Lafayette and Barr 
Gushman J. W. h s s Madison b Lafayette and Barr 
Gutshall J. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Round House 
Cutshall Joseph, messenger, h 111 Wilt 



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Backer John, laborer, h s s Wayne b Francis and Harmer 

Backer Mary, widow, h s s Wayne b Francis and Harmer 

Daem 0. A. groceries and provisions, s w c Wayne and Barr 

Dahnion John, bricklayer, h 138 E. Washington 

Dahna Ernst, carpenter, bds 75 W . Jefferson 

Dailey James, laborer, Aveline House 

Daily Laura A. widow, h w s Fulton b Sturgis and Jefferson 

Daily Simon, coppersmith, h s s Grand b Harrison and Webster 

Daiman N. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Dalman Robt. E. laborer, h w s Clinton north of Water 

Diilton Edmund, carpenter, h 42 Wilt 

Dalton James, laborer, h n s Bass b Hoagland Av. and Fairfield Av 

Dalton TinKJlliy, helper, h s s Golerick b I'rince and Koagland Av 

Dalzell R. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Damier J. helper. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. B'acksmith Shop 

Dammano Henry J. laborer, h 274 W. Jefferson 

Dammaun Nicholas, 1; borer, h 272 W. Jefferson 

Dammeier August, b(uler maker, h 211 Ewing 

Daainicier Henry, boiler maker, h 211 Ewing 



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Dainmeicr Wm. (Nieuiann & D.) bds Gottlieb Niemann's 
Dammire H. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Daniel H. A. glove maker, h 165 E. Wayne 
Dannenberg Dietrich, coachman, Mrs Allen Hamilton's 
Danver W. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. 11. 11. Blacksmith Shop 
Darke Christina, servant, 62 VV. iMain 
Darker Martha, widow, h 222 Jackson 

Darst Chas. laborer, h e s Lafayette b Creighton and Taber 
Dasch Henry, saddler, bds 76 W. Berry 

Daugherty Alfred, laborer, h w s Wells n of Douglas, Bloomingdale 
Davenport Chas. engineer, bds Geo. W. Bentley's 
Davidson Margaret, servant, A. D. lleid's 

Davidson Wm. machinist, h s s Locust b Pine and T., W. & W. R. R 
Davis A. (P. S. Underbill & Co.) h 134 W. Wayne 
Davis A. A. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 
Davis Annie, bds s w c Barr and Jeflerson 

DAVIS & BRO., (Chas. E. & Wm. H.) Job Printers, Book Bind- 
ers, Blank Book and Paper Box Manufacturers, 52 and 51 Calhoun, 

opp Court House, third story 
Davis Byron, painter, h 2U8 E. Lewis 
Davis C. VV. checkman P., Ft. VV. & C. R. R. Freight Depot, bds J. C. 

Davis' 
Davis Chas. E. (D. & Bro.) rooms 54 Calhoun 
Davis Chas. G. clerk, bds 124 W. Jefferson 
Davis E. T. checkman P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Freight Depot, bds 123 E. 

Washington 
Davis Ellen, dress maker, 92 E. Main 
Davis Fanny, clerk 94 Calhoun, h 134 W. Wayne 
Davis Geo. tinner, bds Steuben House 
Davis H. S. engineer. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 
Davis Henry, laborer, h s s Williams b Webster and Hoagland Av 
DAVIS J. C, Freight and Ticket Agent P., Ft. \\ . & C. Railway, 

Othce, at Depot, n s Railroad Track east of Calhoun ; h e s Hanna 

two doors north of Lewis 
Davis Jos. K. tinner, bds Steuben House 
Davis Nettie B. bds John Yahne's 
Davis Nora, clerk 70 Calhoun, res 134 W. Wayne 
Davis P. B. clerk 98 Columbia, h 134 W. Wayne 
Davis Sedonia, clerk DeGroflP, Nelson & Co's, bds sec Wayne and Har- 

mer 
Davis V. R. brakeman, h s w c Grand and Harrison 
Davis Wesley T. engineer, h s e c Wayne and Harmer 
Davis Wm. engineer, bds M;iyer Hou.se 
Davis Wm. H. (D. & Bro.) rooms 54 Calhoun 
Davney Martin, laborer, h n s Baker b V/ebster and McClcllan 
Dawson C. Mortimer, assistant book-keeper Merchants' National Bank, 

bds S. Cary Evans' 
Dawson John VV. attorney, n w c Main and Calhoun, h w s Spy Run Av. 

near Corp. Line 
Dawson Wallace, student, bds 105 W. Berry 
Day H. painter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Paint Shop 
Dayton Wm. painter, h 89 W. W^ater 

Deam Geo. laborer, h w s St. Mary's Av. n of High, Bloomingdale 
Dean I. E. laborer, bds 146 K. Jetfersoa 



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Peardorflf Octavus, harness maker, bds Main Street Exchange 

DeardoiflF K. harness maker, bds IMain Street Exchanfre 

Dearstiiie Majruie, servant, \'A'i E. Berry 

Dcbiier Geo. bar keeper St. Nicholas, bds Con. Schenck's 

Deckcntrup Clemens, htborer, h IGl E. Jefferson 

Decker John, hiborer, wks T., W. & W. il. il. Freight Depot, h s e c 
Wayne an.l Francis 

Dederer IJenrv, laborer, bds Steuben House 

Dediick 11. helper, wks P., Ft. W. ^V; C. II. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Dedrick J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. 11. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Decg Jacob, fireman, T., W. & W. R. R. Co 

I)ee^an E. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Deegan P. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Dceter Jacob IM. engineer, bds John W. Dceter's 

Deeter John W. engineer, h w s Calhoun b Grand and Highland 

Dciian Patrick, laborer, h s e c Colerick and Prince 

Deggeman H. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. K 

Degeau Frank, teamster, h s s Sturgis w of Fulton 

Degitz Barbara, servant, Mathias Strodel's 

Degitz t'has., Jr. cigar maker, bds Chas. Degitz's, Sr 

DEGITZ CHAS., SR, Cigar Manufacturer, 86 Calhoun, up stairs 

b s s Colerick b lloaglaud Av. and Prince 
Degitz Henry, cigar maker, bds Chas. Degitz's 
De (jratry J as. clerk 89 Columbia, h 90 E. Lewis 
De Hart Abram, plasterer, h 29 Wall 
De Hart Annie, waiter, Mayer House 
De Hart Catherine, servant, Mayer Hou.se 
De Hart Louisa, cook, Mayer House 

De Hart Robt. conductor, h s s Dawson h Webster and Hoagland Av 
De Haven Allan, teamster, h n s Jones b College and Nelson 
De Haven David 0. engineer Democrat Office, res Jonathan De Haven's 
De Haven H. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 
De Haven Harriscn, laborer, h n s Holman b Lnfayctte and Clay 
De Haven John, laborer, h w s Broadway b Wall and j^irdlinger Av 
Dehm Geo. laborer, h w s St. Mary's Av. n of High, Bloomiugdale 
Dehne Ernst, carpenter, bds 75 W. Jefferson 
Dehne \Vm. carpenter, h 142 Madison 
Dobue Wm. en-ineer, h Madison b Hanna and Monroe 
Deibold J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 
Peihl Hugh M. machinist, h n e c Wayne and Harmer 
Deininger Joseph, Jr. clerk 11 Calhoun, bds U. Deininger's 
Deininger Joseph, Sr. res U. Deininger's 
Deininger U. groceries, 11 Calliouu, h 155 W. Washington 
Deitrich Davis, laborer, h e s Barr b Montgomery and Holman 
De Kay Peter, h 125 Hanna 

De Lagrange Jos. carpenter, wks Schnelker, Beugnot & Go's 
Delano '1 bos. dyer, h n s Sturgis w of Fulton 
Delzell Mrs. J. S. millinery, w s Calhoun b Maia and Pearl, Phoenix 

Block 
Delzell Ross, machinist, h lOG Broadway 
Denio Madame C. artificial hair, 98 (Columbia 
Denner Jos, tanner, h s s Fiont w of xMeehanics, w s River 
Deuney A. H. bds American House 
Dennis Philip II. lumber dealer, h 152 W. Washington 



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Denny Albert H. oil maker, wks Humphreys & Case's 
Depler Geo. h 18 VV. Lewis 
Depler Geo. W. conductor, h 135 Jackson 
Depray V. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Dciflar Geo. cabinet maker, h n e c Barr and Holman 
Dermer P]liza, weaver, wks Summit City Woolen Mills 
De Rome Solomon, carpenter, h s s Jefferson b Ewins and Webster 
DESSAUER L. & CO., (Louis D. & Isaac Traueiman) Manufac- 
turers and Wholesale Dealers in Havana and Domestic Cigars, e s 
•Calhoun b Main and Columbia, cor Pearl 
Dessauer Louis, (L. D. & Co.) h 90 W. Main 
Detrow Catherine, res Jeremiah Miller's 
Deturk Henry, blacksmith, bds Henry Fry's 

Dctzer Martin, clerk s w c Calhoun and Berry, bds Aug. L. Selli's 
Deuter Christ, tailor, 100 Columbia, res Bloomingdale 
Deuter John M. tailor, 100 Columbia, res Bloomingdale 
Devanna James, conductor, bds 21 Holman 

De Yeaux Xavier, laborer, h n s Las.selle b Lafayette and Clay 
Develin Catherine, servant, 151 W. Berry 
De Wiild Anton, clerk, bds 21 Clinton 

De Wald Anton, clerk 7 Keystone Block, bds Geo. De Wald's 
De Wald Geo. h w s Faiifield Av. b Locust and Taylor 
DE WALD GEO., at 105 and 107 Columbia ; res De Wald Square, 

south end of Cass, Lasselle's Addition 
DE WALD HENRY, Dealer in Stoves and Hollow-Ware, and 

Manufacturer of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware, 21 Clinton ; res 

Geo. De Wald's 
De Wald Leonard, shoe maker, h e s Force b Grant and St. Francis 
De Wald Nicholas, cooper shop, n w c Calhoun ami Butler 
Dewitt Laura, widow, res Old Kort House 
Dick Daniel, engineer, h w s Ewing b Jefferson and George 
Dickie II. B boiler maker, wks Murray & Baker's 
Dickey Robt. boiler maker, h w s Caihoun s of Butler 
DIDIER J. C, Dealer in Family Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, &c., 

44: Columbia 
Didicr Mary A. widow, res Thibaut Didier's 
Didier Thibaut, farmer, h e s Lima Iload, one-half mile n of St. Mary 

River 
Didirjoha Jos. broom maker, bds s s Maumee Road b Elm and Ohio 
Didricks Jacob, helper, h w s Fairfield Av. b Walnut and Taylor 
Didricks Mary, seivant, Thomas Dyer's 
Dick John H. engineer, h 206 E. Washington 
Diek John H. stone sawyer, h 206 E. Washington 
Diekmeyer Wm. h 72 W. Jefferson 

Dierkes Fred, laborer, h e s St. Mary's Av. n of High, Bloomingdale 
Dierstein Anton, wagon maker, n w c Main and Ewing, h s s Wall w of 

Bluffton Road 
Dierstein Christian, groceries, s w c George and Fairfield Av 
Dierstein Conrad, (D. & Kiedmiller) h n w c Broadway and Taylor 
Dierstein & Riedmiller, (Conrad D & John R.) saloon, n w c Broadway 

and Taylor 
Dierstein Samuel, carpenter, h s e c Wilt and Union 
Dieter Chas. laborer, h w s Griffith b Jefferson and Washington 
Dieter Louis, book-keeper 89 Columbia, res Chas. F. Dieter's 



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Dietman Ilcnry, shoe maker, bds John Scheie's 

Diffendorfer Annie, h 2G0 W. Jcfi'cison 

Diflendorier 13enj. 0. niaeliinist, h s e c Barr and Lewis 

DiflVudorler Kate, h 200 W. Jefferson 

Diffendo'.l'or Geo. W . painter, h l.'JG Jackson 

Diijnian Lawrence, brakeman, h 237 Lafayette 

Dignan John, teamster, bds 53 E. Main 

Dignan Thos. laborer, h s w c Lafayette and Montgomery 

Dilker Chas. carpenter, h n s Jefferson b College and Nelson 

Dille J. U. portrait and landscape painter, w s Harrison opp Columbus 

Dillingham A. J., Peddler's Exchange, w s Calhoun b Jefferson and 
Lewis, h s s Baker b Calhoun and Harrison 

Dillon James C. carpenter, h 145 W. Washington 

Dingman Abram, hostler, bds Main Street Exchange 

Dingman Abraham, laborer, bds James Hickman's 

Dingman Matilda, widow, res James Hickman's 

Dinkclakcr Geo. baker, s w c Harrison and Berry 

Dinklnge Herman, drayman, h w s Gay b Jones and Grant 

Diuklager Margaret, widow, h 267 E. Washington 

Dinkier Elizabeth, widow, h n s Washington b llanna and Francis 

Dinkloeger Maggie, waiter, American House 

Dirkes A. drayman, h 195 E. Washington 

Dittoe Albert J. clerk County Recorder's Office, h 201 E. Wayne 

Dix Seth, hackman, h 99 E. Berry 

Dixon Eleanor, widow, h 39 Monroe 

Dixon Hester R. seamstress, bds Francis C. Corneille's 

Dochsteiiier Wm. upholsterer, h 251 W. Jefferson 

Dochstine J. \Y. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. k C R. R. Carpenter Shop 

Dochterman Gottlieb, insurance agent, h n w c Hanna and Wallace 

Doctor Nathan C. laborer, h 7-1 Baker 

Doctorman Wm F. book-keeper 117 Columbia, bds 231 W. Main 

Dodd H. H. general agent Adams Express Co., bds Mayer House 

Dodez G C. (Nuttman & D ) h n s Wayne b Union and Ptockhill 

Dodge Arthur, (Haskell & D.) h n w c Calhoun and Wayne 

Dodiue Amedi, clerk, bds 50 Columbia 

Doelker Jacob, meat market, w s Calhoun opp Aveline House, h s e c 
Wells and 2d, Bloomingdale 

Doelker John, res Jacob Doelker'i-, Bloomingdale 

Duflar Geo. carpenter, wks O. D. Hurd's 

Dolile Daniel, shoemaker, bds 25 W. Wayne 

Dohrmann E. W. clerk Conrad Berning's, bds 206 Madison 

Douiiney Maggie, waiter, Aveline IIou.se 

Donaldson Wm. S. clerk 47 Columbia, bds Phillips House 

Donuel Wm. (Sloan, Woodmancy & Co.) h cor 1st and Cass, Blooming- 
dale 

Donohue Nancy, servant, 102 W. Wayne 

Donovan Dennis, hatter, bds Main Street Exchange 

Donovan Michael, canal boatman, bds 141 E. Main 
Donovan Thos. laborer, h n s Wallace b Lafayette and Clay 

Donovan Timothy, fireman, h 141 E. Main 

Doolittle Frank, carriage trimmer, bds 93 E. Jefferson 

Doriot Julius, molder, h s s Charles b Clay and Monroe 

Dorr A. K. deik, h G6 W. Main 

Dorr Theodore, clerk 1 Harrison, bds 49 Barr 



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Dossier Sophia, widow, h n s High w of St.. Marys Av., Bloomingdale 

Dothage Ernst, laborer, h w s Webster b Washingtoa and Jefferson 

Doty Celinda, widow, res Arthur Whitehead's 

Doty K. E. foreman, h n s Chicago b Calhoun and Harrison 

Douglas G. molder, wks Murray & Baker's 

Douglas G. G. clerk P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Freight Office, bds Mayer 

House 
Douglass Geo. boiler maker, h n s Brandriff b Webster and Hoagland Av 
Dougliiss Wm. B. conductor, h 248 W. Jefferson 
Douglass Wm. V. brakeman, bds 248 W. Jefferson 
Dow David, laborer, h s s Taylor b Oakley and Fairfield Av 
Dowie J. boiler maker, wks Murray & Baker's 
Dowie J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Boiler Shop 
Dowie W. boiler maker, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Boiler Shop 
Downey Dennis, policeman, h 162 W.Jefferson 
Downing Jerry D. plasterer, h 110 W. Main 
D )yle Mary, res Johanna McDonald's 

Doyle Patrick, carpenter, h n s Washington b Hanna and Francis 
Drake Fred, clerk Post Office, bds Mayer House 
Drake Hannah, widow, h 137 Lafayette 
Drake Mrs. L. H. widow, h 91 W. Wayne 
Drake Miss L. I. teacher, bds 91 W. Wayne 
Drake Peter F. blacksmith, bds 61 Montgomery 
Drake T. F. brakeman, h n e c Clay and Hough 
Draker Anthony, groceries, n w c Main and Harrison 
Draker John, clerk, n w c Harrison and Main 
Dratt Eliza, servant, D. B. Strope's 

Drelbelbiss John, clerk 18 W Berry, bds cor Washington and Lafayette 
Dreibelbiss Peter, clerk 18 W. Berry, res country 
Dreier H. & Bro (Henry & Wm.) drugs, &c., e s Calhoun b Main and 

Columbia 
Dreier Henry, (H. D. & Bro.) bds Main Street Exchange 
Dreier Wm. (H. Dreier & Co.) bds American House 
Dremmel John, helper, h n e c Hanna and Jones 
Dreyer Anthony, (Linker, Hay & Co.) h n w c Monroe and Wayne 
Drier Henry, laborer, h n s St. Francis b Lafayette and Cass 
Driftmeier K. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 
Driscoll Edward, machinist, h 6 Baker 
Droegemeycr Helen, widow, res 70 W. Washington 
Droegemeyer John A. clerk 3 Keystone Block, h 70 W. Washington 
Droste Dcidrich, plasterer, h 96 W. Jefferson 
Drown 0. A, conductor, bds Aveliue House 
Druhat J. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 
Druhot Joseph, molder, h s w c Force and tierndoa 
Dryer H. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Dryer Michael, clerk 105 Columbia, res Bloomingdale 
DuBois John D. attorney, h 209 E. Lewis 
DuBois John G. laborer, h 51 Madison 

Dudenhefer Conrad, stone mason, h n s Wayne e of University 
Duell Frank, engineer, h s s Grand b Webster and Kansas 
Duff A. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Duffy Catherine, h 99 E. Berry 
Daffy Elizabeth, widow, h w s Barr n of Water 
Duffy Louisa, widow, h e s St. Marys Av. n of High, Bloomingdale 



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DUMM R. D. & CO., CKobt. D D., John W. Henderson & Robt 
Lowry) I'ubli^hers and Proprietors Daily and Weekly Fort Wayne 
Democrat, and Job Printers and Binders, s w c Calhoun and Wayne 
DumiD Robt. D. (li. D. D. & Co ) h 24 W. Wayne 
Dunbar David E. carpenter, h 04 Columbia 
Dunbar V/m. fireman, h n w c Monroe and Wallace 
Dunn James, with James Breen, n w c Calhoun and Lewis 
Dunn Wm. machinist, h n s BrandrifF b Webster and Hoagland Av 
Dupry Victor, laborer, h n s Lasselle b Clay and Monroe 
Durgin Geo. W., Jr. (D. & Johnston) and deputy Postmaster, h 250 W. 

DURGIN & JOHNSTON, (Geo. W. D., Jr. & Wm. J., Jr) Gen- 
eral Insurance Agents, Office, 26 Court 
Dustman Franklin, h s s Grand b Calliouu and Harrison 
Duval Catherine, widow, h 175 E. Wayne 
Dwelly Chas. machinist, h 97 E. Wayne 

DwcUy J. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. E. E Machine Shop 
Dyer Thomas, engineer, h s s Jefferson b Union and Rockhill 
Dyke Geo. W. laborer, bds S. C. Bireley's 



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Eagle Engine Co. No. 4, Broadway b Berry and Wayne 

Eagy J. H. conductor, h 239 Lafayette 

Eakin Joseph, h 149 W. Wayne 

Earl N. engineer, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co ' 

Earl Samuel, laborer, bds S. C. Birley's 

Earl Wm. engineer, h 167 K. Wayne 

Earle S. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Early Bridget, widow, h s s Jefferson b Ewing and Webster 

Early John, fireman, bds Joseph Bryant's 

Early Michael, helper, bds John Wells' 

Easton Adam, helper, bds Christian Bruns' 

Eberhardt Wra. stone mason, h 123 Wilt 

Eberly Daniel, miller, h s s 5th b N. Cass and N. Harrison, Elooming- 
dale 

Eberly John, fireman, h e s Wells b St. Marys and 1st, Bloomingdale 

Eberwine Christ, helper, h w s Monroe b Madison and Jefferson 

Ebncr L. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 

Eck A. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Eckart F. & Co. (Fred. E. & Henry E. Linker) daily meat market and 

sausage makers, 60 Calhoun 
Eckart Fred. (F. E. & Co.) h n e c Barr and Wayne 
Eckard Sophia, widow, h e s Barr b Berry aud Wayne 
Eckels James M. carpenter, h 211 W. Washington 
Eckenrode J. bricklayer, bds Alexander Kintz's, Bloomingdale 
Eckert John C. (E. & Muirhead) h e s Ewing b Wayne and Washington 
ECKERT & MUIRHEAD, (John C. E. & John W. M.) Manu- 
facturers and Dealers in Cigars, Tobacco, Coulectioneries, &c., 83 
Calhoun 
Edding Wm. baker, bds 138 Columbia 
Eder Peter, (C Stotz <& Co.) res Bloomingdale Brewery 



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ECONOMICAL MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO 

W.C.Bradley, General Agent; Goo. F. llussell, Special Agent; 
• Office, 64 Calhoun, n w c Berry 
Edgar Wm. marble cutter, bds Philip Harter's 
EDGERTON ALFRED P., President Fort Wayne Gas Co., and 

Land Office at Hicksville, Ohio; h 154 W. Berry 
EDGERTON HENRY H., Secretary and Treasurer Fort Wayne 

Gas Light Co., sec VVnter and Barr; h 148 W. Berry 
EDGERTON JOSEPH K., Attorney at Law, Office and Kesi- 

dence, 85 W. Wayne; President Grand Eapids & Indiana Eailroad, 

Office, n w c Barr and Berry 
Edler Frank, music teacher, h e s Ewing b Washington and Wayne 
Edmonds James, teamster, h s e c Wells and 1st, Bloomingdale 
Edmonds Thos. M. conductor, h n w c Harrison and Butler 
Edmonds Wm. teamster, h w s N. Cass b River and 1st, Bloomingdale 
Edsall J. -wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Bdsall Clarence, book-keeper, bds 240 W. Jefferson 
Edsall Wm. S. bds Aveline House [■ 

Edsel Jacob, laborer, bjls Henry Stellhorn's 
Edwards Daniel, carpenter, h e s Hood b Pritcbard and Noel 
Edwards Peter, res Daniel Edwards' 
Edzold Wm. machinist, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 
Egelking Mena, widow, h 151 Barr 
Eggter Geo. cabinet maker, h 131 Broadway 
Eggeman J. Peter, slioemuker, h 20 W. Jefferson 
Eg:^eman Peter, shoemaker, h 20 VV Jefferson 

Eggert Tobias, h w s Wells b St. Mary's River and High, Bloomingdale 
Eggmann David, shoemaker, bds Edward Ilelmke's 
Egleberger S. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C, R. R. Round House 
Egrelen Albert, fore'uan L. C. Centlivre's brewery 
Ehinger Felix, laborer, h s s W. 4th w of Wells, Bloomingdale 
Ehinger John, drayman, h 200 Madison 
Ehinger Otmer, carpenter, h 149 E. Jefferson 
Ehinger Roman, tailor, h 10 Nirdlin<ier Av 
Ehlad C. laborer, wks P., Ft. VV. & C. R. U. Round House 
Ehlc August, cigar manufacturer, h 159 West b Pritchard and Noel 
Ehle Ernst, laborer, h e s West b Pritchard and Noel 
Ehriiiger Adam, wood worker, wks 52 K. Main 

Ehrmann Andrew, laborer, h n s Pritchard b Broadway and "Van Burea 
EHRMANN CHAS., General Blacksmith and Horse Shoeing 

i-hop, u w c Ewing and Main ; h 329 W. Jefferson 
EHRMANN FRED., Horse Collar Manufacturer, 112 W. Main; 

bds Matthias Ehrmann's 
Ehrmann Geo. laborer, h n e c Wilt and Rockhill 
Ehrmann John H. teamster, bds sec Jefferson and Garden 
Ehrmiinn Matthias, teamster, h s e c Jefferson and Garden 
El.nnann Matthias Wm. carpenter, bds se c Jefferson and Garden 
Eichelberger Samuel, laborer, h 82 B. Jefferson 
Eichholz Angeline, cook, Harmon House 
Eickhoff Chas. machinist, bds 143 E. Wayne 
Eickhoff Chas. A. machinist, bds 13 1 E. Wayne 
Eickhoff Francis, cabinet maker, h 134 E. Wayne 
Eickhoff John, bds 134 E. Wayne 
Eider Peter, laborer, h s w c John and Jones 



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Ellert Chas. li 200 Barr 

Eisbey L. boiler maker, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Eisbey Lewis C. laborer, h sw c Marion and Douglas, Bloomingdale 

Eiireiiaoher Fred, laborer, wks Sehnelker, Beujrnot & Co.'s 

Eiserlo Paul, clerk Meyer Bros k^ Co., bds 118 Harrison 

Eising John, carpenter, h e s Hanna b Grant and St. Francis 

Eiter A. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 

Eiter P. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 

Eitzinger G. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 

Eix August, laborer, h 66 W. Jefferson 

Eix Wni. laborer, h 125 Wilt 

Elbert Henry, clerk 94 Columbia, h ■vr s Wells b High and Bowser, 
Bloomingdale 

Eldred John D. brakeman, h n e c Webster and Chicago 

Elert Christian, laborer, h w s Oakley b Walnut and Poplar 

Elet Elizabeth, res F. W. Kahne's 

Elet Fred, switchman, h 313 W. Jefferson 

EUenwood H. D. conductor, h n w c Wallace and Clay 

Ellert Fred, switchman, T., W. & W. R. R 

Elligscn Henry, tailor, h w s Feeder north of High, Bloomingdale 

Elliott Margaret, widow, h 228 Lafayette 

Elliott Mollie, bds 49 E. Jefferson 

Ellison Richard, fireman, h 133 Madison 

Ellsncr Joseph, clerk 91 Columbia, bds 130 W. Jefferson 

Elm Park Nursery, New Haven Gravel Pike, 4 miles east of city ^ 
DeGroff, Nelson & Co., Proprietors 

Eisner Joseph, clerk, bds 130 W. Jefferson 

Elworthy Thos. helper, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

ELY GEO. W^., Dealer in Groceries, Provisions, &c., n w c Calhoun 
and Main; h 202 W. Wayne 

Enibry Arthur, bds Louis Embry's 

EMBRY JAMES S., Ft. Wayne Light House, Dealer in Lamps and 
Rose Non-Explo.sive Burning Fluid, s w c Columbia and Clinton ; 
h n w c Fairfield Av. and Taylor 

Embry John E. clerk, res James S. Embry's 

Embry L. S. machinist, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Embry Louis, clerk, h s e c Pritchard and Jackson 

Fme C. Frank, (RoLs, E. & Reinking) h 175 E. Wayne 
(Emerson A. fireman, h 179 Madison 
JEmerson G. wks iS. G. Olds & Son's 

Emert Leonard, teamster, h 63 E. Water 

; Emery H. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. E. Shops 

'Emery J. B. lumber dealer, h 174 Ewing 

Emrae Henry, saloon, nee Montgomery and Lafayette, h n s Mont- 
gomery b Lafayette and Clay 

Empie T. B. clerk Mayer House 

Empie W. B. clerk T., W. & W. R. R. Freight Office, h 302 W. JeflFer- 
son 

Empire Fast Freight Line, T. A. Slack, Agent, 26 Court 

EMPIRE FLOUR MILL, We=t end Main street; John Orff, Pro- 
prietor 

Emrich Catharine, widow, res 181 Madison 

Emrich Henry, carpenter, h 181 Madison 

Emrick Andrew J. (bJ. & Pierce) h 24 W. Water 



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Emrick & Pierce, (Andrew J. E. & James S. P.) furniture, 26 and 28 
E. Main 

Engel Prof. R. A. teacher Concordia College, bds H. C. F. Westrumb's 

Engelking Henry, clerk, bds Ilenry Wigman's 

Engelking Louisa, widow, h s w c High and St. Mary's Av., Blooming- 
dale 

Engelking Mena, widow, h 151 Barr 

p]ngle \Vm. carpenter, h s s Taylor b Oakley and Fairfield Av 

Engle Wm. conductor, h s e c Grand and Kansas 

Engle Wm. laborer, h s w c Broadway and Wall 

Englert Frank, policeman, h 16 Nirdlinger Av 

Englert Geo. cooper, wks F. Mettey's, bds w s Broadway 

Englert Geo. machinist, h w s Nelson south of Jefferson 

Englert Goo. machinist, h s s Taylor west of Oakley 

Englert J. G. machinist, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

English Emeline M. servant, 106 W. Wayne 

Engli^h Mary, servant, Frank Duell's 

English Thomas, laborer, h o s Chicago b Kansas and Fairfield Av 

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

Epply Gottlieb, laborer, h w s Bioadway south of Nirdlinger Av 

Epply John, carpenter, h s s Wilt b JaeUson and Van Buren 

Epps Masten, boatman, h n s U . .t E. Canal east of Western 

Erdel W. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Erdman John, laborer, bds S. C. Bireley's 

Brtel Valentine, blacksinith, h s w c Charles and Hanna 

Ernsting Chas. engineer, h e s Feeder north of High, Bloomingdale 

Ersig Wm. h 81 E. Jefferson 

Ertman J. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

ERWIN A. J., Physician and Surgeon, Office n w c Main and Cal- 
houn, up stairs ; h 86 W. Main 

Eshbauch G. laborer, h w s N. Cass b River and 1st, Bloomingdale 

Eshelman Abram N. blacksmith, bds nee Water and CiintOQ 

Eshenberg Christina, servant, John Cochrane's 

Esmond Geo, (Ladd &, E.) bds John M. Wilt's 

Estry A. G. conductor, bds Harmon House 

Etzel Christopher, brewer, bds 134 E. Washington 

Etzel Elizabeth, widow, h 167 W. Jefferson 

Etzold Clement, shoemaker, res Henry Etzold's 

Etzold Henry, (Sander, Leeser & Co.) h w s Webster b Douglas Av. and 
Lewis 

Etzold Wm. machinist, h 46 Douglas Av 

Evans A. S. (A. S. E. t Co.) h s s Main b Lafayette and Clay 

EVANS A. S. & CO., (A. S. E., J. P Evans, R. T. McDonald & M. 
A. Webb) Jobbers of Staple and Fancy Foreign and Domestic Dry 
Goods, Notions, &e., nee Main and Clinton, Ewing Block 

Evans Anthony J. machinist, h e s Lafayette b Washington & Jefferson 

Evans E. M. bds 58 W. Berry 

Evans Edwin, railroad contractor, h 174 W. Wayne 

Evans Elizabeth, widow, h 58 W. Berry 

Evans Geo. P. clerk A. S, Evans & Co., bds A. S. Evans' 

Evans Henry, assistant engineer P., Ft, W., J. & S. B. R., office n w c Main 
and Caihoun, bds Mayer House 

Evans J. A. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 

Evans J. P. (A. S. Evans & Co.) res A. S. Evans' 



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Evans John K. broker, bds 145 W, Berry 

vans M. A. res 58 AV. Berry 
•Evans Nathan, iron manufacturer, h 79 W. Main 
EVANS S. GARY, President Merchants' National Bank, n w c 

JMuiu and Calliouu ; h s e c Berry and Ewing 
Evarts Andrew, hostler, bds II. Jacob Youn<:;'s 
Everett Andrew, bar-keeper, bds American ilouse 
Evers Geo. T. clerk, bds 7t) W. Berry 
jEvers Herman, porter, 56 Calhoun, bds John Evers' 
Evers John, bricklayer, h e s 11 anna b Grant and St. Francis 
♦Ewing Block, nee Main and Clinton 
Ewing Esther, widow, h 11-4 W. Berry 

Ewing Geo. AV. (E., Hood & Co.) h n s Wayne b Webster and Ewing 
EWING, HOOD & CO., (Geo. W. E. & David B. H.) Wholesale 
Dealers and Jobbers of Cigars, Tobacco, &c., nee Main and Clin- 
ton, Ewing Block 
jEwing VVm. A. executor Ewing Estate, office 91 W. Main, res Chicago 



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•Pagan John, forenaan, h 229 E. Washington 

Fugan Kittie, waiter, n w c Calhoun and Wayne 

Fahlsing Amelia, servant, 249 W. Main, cor Edsall 

•Fahlsing Chas. W. clerk 105 and 107 Columbia, h SOW. Main 

Fahlsing Conrad, farmer, h s s Front w of Mechanics, w s River 

Fahlsing Elizabeth, servant, 242 W. Wayne 

.Fahlsing Mary, servant, 145 W. Water 

Fahlsing Wm. h s s Front b Centre and Cherry, w s River 

Fairbank Clark, printer T. S. Taylor & Co's, bds Hanna House 

Fairfield Cyrus, farmer, h e & Bluffton lload s of T., W. & W. R. R 

Fa^ahey Patrick, laborer, h e s Prince b Colerick and Williams 

Falconer K. boiler roaker, wks Murray & Baker's 

Falk Leopold, hides, pelts, &c., 6 Harrison, h 53 Barr 

Falker Frank, bar keeper St. Nicholas, bds Con. Schenck's 

Falkner John, blacksmith, h n s Sturgis w of Fulton 

Fallahee P. boiler maker, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Falls D. M. (J. C. Bowser & Co ) h 153 W. Wayne 

Faloer Frank, laborer, h n s Lasselle b Lafayette and Clay 

Falvey Margaret, widow, res Thomas McNieruey's 

Farber Joseph, laborer, h 154 Hanna 

Faris Wm. D. clerk 47 Columbia, bds Hedekin House 

Farnan Michael, blacksmith shop, s s Columbia b Barr and Lafayette, h 

c Lafayette and Virginia 
Farnan Owen, blacksmith, h s e c Lafayette and Virginia 
Farnan Owen, Jr. painter, h s c c Lafayette and Virginia 
Farnan Patrick, bell boy, Mayer House 
Farrar C. S. physician, bds 91 E. Washington 
Farrar W. B. fire alarm, h n w c Lafayette and Jefferson 
Fa^feel Wilhelmina, widow, h s s Dawson b Webster and Iloagland Av 
Faulhabcr Louis, foreman, res w s Lima Road one mile n of City 
Faust Frank, h 47 VV. Main 
Fawing Anna, res 129 Jackson 



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

FAY JAMES A., Attorney at Law, Office, 44 Calhoun, over Ham 

iltrn's Bank ; res Country 
Fecater F. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C- E. R. Yard 
Fee Thos. W. (Griebel & F.^ h 67 Clinton 
Feeny Barkly, painter, bds Michael Fitzpatrick's 
Fehling Fred, fireman, h s s Water b Barr and Lafayette 
F'eigert P. F. cigar maker, bds Chas. F. Oitman's 
Felger P. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 
Felker Peter, carpenter, h 182 W. Jefferson 
Fellows Chas. fireman, bds 103 W. Main 
Felt John, basket maker, bds nee Lafayette and Lewis 
Felt Peter, laborer, bds nee Lafayette and Lewis 
Felts Chas. hostler, bds 257 E. Washington 
Felts Louisa, widow, h 257 E. Washinoton 
Fenny T. J. fireman. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 
Ferber Kate, servant, Robt. H. Harrison's 
Ferckel Martin, wines, 23 Cliuton 
Ferguson Anna E. widow, bds John Chana's 
Ferguson Benj. F. painter, bds 220 W. Wayne 
Ferguson Donald, physician, 52 Calhoun, bds 49 Barr 
Ferry Caroline P. widow, h n c c Harrison and Lewis 
Fetter M. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Fetter Mary, widow, h n s Washington b Monroe and Hanna 
Fettrick Chas. laborer, h 313 VV. Washington 
Feustel Aug. bar keeper, Ft. Wayne Dining Hall 
Fide'.e Jerome, fresco painter, bds 50 Columbia 
Fiehler W. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 
Fields J. S. clerk 85 Columbia, h e s Calhoun opp Jail 
Fieler Fred, carpenter, bds 194 E. Jefferson 
Fieler.Wm. carpenter, h 191 E, Jefferson 
Fiest Peter, laborer, h s w c Barr and Jefferson 

Figel Chas. wagon maker, nee Wells and 5th, bds Ulrich Stotz's, 
Bloomingdale 

Figel Fred, bds Wm. Figdl's 

Figel Fred, blacksmith shop, nee Wells and 5th, h e s Wells b 1st and 
2d, Bloomingdale 

Figel John, bds Wm. Figel's 

FIGEL WM., Pleasure Garden, Restaurant and Saloon, e s St. Joe 
Road n of Maumee River 

Fike Cyrus, h 166 E. Washington 

Fike Cyrus, driver, h 166 E. Washington 

Fike Geo. laborer, bds Oscar Kilpatrick's, Bloomingdale 

Filson K. C. speculator, 131 Columbia, h 204 W. Berry 

Filson S. woolen manufacturer, h 127 W. AVayne 

Finch Frank C. brakeman, h n w c Francis and Lewis 

Fiuister Geo. fireman, bds Eliza Beegan's 

Finister H. fireman, T., W. & W. R. R. Co 

FINK CHARLES. Deder in Family Groceries, Provisions, &c., w 
s Harrison near Main ; also, Undertaker, 55 W. Main, cor Maiden 
Lane 

Fink Frank, molder, h 174 E, Jefferson 

Fink Fred, switchman, h w s Fairfield Av. b Locust and T., W. <it W. 
Railway 



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Finn Thos. laborer, h 273 E. Washington 

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

Fireman's Hall, 54 E. Main 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF FT. WAYNE, s e c 

Main and Court; J. L). Nuttiuan, President; W. B. Fisher, Cashier 

Fischer Anthony, cabinet maker, h e s ^'airfield Av. s of S Corp. Line 

Fischer Christian F. A. (Meyer Bros. & Co.) res St. Louis, Mo 

Fish Adalbert, photographer J. A. Shoaff's, bds John K. Fish's 

Fish John 11, engineer, h n s Chicago b Kansas and Fairfield Av 

Fisher A. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R 11. Carpenter Shop 

Fisher A. foreman P., Ft. W. & C. li. R. Lumber Yard, h s s Montgom- 
ery b Clay and Monroe 

Fisher Benj. ¥. traveling agent 56 Calhoun, bds Mayer House 

Fisher 1). fireman. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 

F'isher David C. notary public and book-keeper 50 Calhoun, bds Hamil- 
ton House 

Fisher F. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 

Fisher Fred. C. polisher, bds 85 E. Berry 

Fisher Geo. carpenter, h 182 Griffith 

Fisher Geo. fireman, bds R. E. Doty's 

Fisher Geo. W. plasterer, h 246 E. Washington 

Fisher H. E. printer, bds nee Jefferson and Webster 

Fisher Isaac, butcher, h 133 W. Washington 

Fisher J. H. engineer, h 155 Francis 

Fisher Jos. plasterer, h 259 E. Washington 

Fisher L. engineer. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 

Fisher M. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R, R. Carpenter Shop 

Fisber Mary, servant, 50 E. Berry 

Fisher Michael, laborer, h 85 E. Berry 

Fisher R. J. book keeper Ft. Wayne Machine and Car Wheel Works, h 
175 AV. Wayne 

FISHER W. B., Cashier First National Bank, sec Court and 
Main ; res La Force Place, north end of Harnier 

Fisk W. W. salesman 52 E. Main, h 211 W. JetTerson 

Fitzgerald John, night clerk, Mayer House 

Fitzgerald Michael, clerk, American House 

Fitzgerald P. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 

Fitzgibbons Margaret, widow, h n s Baker b Kansas and Fairfield Av 

Fitzmaurice Edmond, res James Smith's 

Fitzpatrick Bart, laborer, h n s Bass, u w c Prince 

Fitzpatrick James, laborer, bds Michael Fitzpatrick's 

Fitzpatrick John, laborer, h n e c Bass and Fairfield Av 

Fitzpatrick Michael, laborer, h w s Calhoun b (irand and Highland 

Fitzpatrick Patrick, helper, bds nee Barr and Holman 

FITZSIMMONS J. F., Physician and Surgeon, Office, 26 E. 
Wayne 

Flaherty Patrick, laborer, h 169 W. Jefferson 

Flaherty Patrick, teamster, h e s Gay b Grant and Horace 

Flanders Geo. carriagesmith, bds Main Street Exchange 

Flatrock J. molder, wks J. ii. Bass' 

Fleak Anthony, yard conductor, bds n w c Barr and Lewis 

FLEDDERMAN JOHN G., Cish Clothing Store, Merchant 
Tailor and Dealer in Gents' Furnishing Goods, 25 E. Main 

Fleidner Jacob, butcher, bds 139 Harrison 



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Fleisher Edward, barber, bds F. C. Meyers' 

Fleming Jennie, bds 124 W. Main 

Fleming John, deputy county clerk, bds sec Harrison and Wavne 

Fleming John C. engineer, h 254 Webster 

Fleming Luke M. deputy county clerk, bds sec Berry and Rockhill 

Fleming Robert E. h l<i2 W. Berry 

Fleming Sarah, widow, h 69 W. Wayne 

Fleming Sarah E. boarding house, w s Barr b Washington and Wayne 

Fleming Thos. saw filer, h e s Hanna b Hamilton and Hough 

t*leming Wm. clerk of the courts, office, in Court House; h s e c Berry 

and Rockhill 
Fletcher Chas. P. (F. & Powers) h 77 E. Berry 
Fletcher J. F. foreman James S. Barr's, h 151 Barr 
Fletcher J. Frank, hostler, h 105 Barr 

Fletcher Maria, widow, res e s Old Piqua Road s of Maumee Road 
FLETCHER & POWERS, (Chas. P. F. & John A. P.) Omni- 
bus and Hack Stable, e s Calhoun adjoining Mayer House 
Fletter Elizabeth, widow, h 58 Calhoun 
Fletter Freeman, conductor, bds Albert Garrison's 
Fletter Henry A. fireman, h s s Taylor near T., W. & W. R. R. Track 
Fletter Samuel, h n s Bass b Prince and Fairfield Av 
Flieg Anton, laborer, bds 200 Barr 
Flinn Chas. teamster, bds 81 E. Berry 
Fliun Geo. N. bill poster, h 81 E. Berry 
Flood Michael, laborer, h e s West b Pritchard and Noel 
Flutter H. A. fireman, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 
Flynn Dennis, laborer, h s s Hamilton b Hanna and Francis 
Flynn James, machinist, h e s Barr b Montgomery and Holman 
Flynn John, carriagesmith, bds Main Street Exchange 
Foeliner F. helper wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 
Foellinger Fred clerk Jacob Foellinger's, bds 144 Harrison 
FOELLINGER J. M., Dealer in Foreign and Domestic Groceries, 

Wines, Liquors, Fruits, Oysters, &c., 5 Phoenix Block, w s Calhoun 

near Main; h llO W. Wayne 
FOELLINGER JACOB, Manufacturer and Dealer in Boots and 

Shoes, 6 Pliojuix Block, Calhoun near Main; h 144 Harrison 
Foellinger Martin, clerk Jacob Foellinger's, bds 144 Harrison 
Fogerty Catharine, widow, h 23 W. Jefi"erson 
Fogerty E. D. horse sheer, s s Pearl b Harrison and Maiden Lane, h 23 

W. Jefierson 
Folmerding Frederick, tailor, h s s Washington b Hanna and Francis 
Fontaine E. engineer. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R 
Fontaine H. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 
Foote JS. W. (F. & Wooster) 
FOOTE & WOOSTER, (N. W. F. & W. F. W.) Dealers in 

Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye Stufi"s, &c., s w c Mam and 

Calhoun 
Forbach Geo. laborer, h n s Wayne b University and Walter 
Forbaugh G. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Force Caroline, seamstress, American House 
Force Gerret, carpenter, bds 66 Wilt 
Forche August, carpenter, bds 156 Harrison 
Ford W. H. boiler maker, h 126 iMadison 
Ford Wra. fireman, h e s Gay b Grant and Horace 



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Ford Wm. 0. clerk 103 Columbia, bds John G. Noll's 

Fording Isaac, laborer, h n w c Harrison and Williuma 

Fording Peter, bds Isaac Fording's 

Fordney (Jco. M. luolder, h s w c l^cwis and Lafayette 

Forcmier Louisa, cook, n w c Calhoun and Wayne 

Forgie August, carpenter, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co. '8 

Forhault Michael, laborer, h e s Pine b Locust and Taylor 

Formwalt F^lias, laborer, h s e e Wayne and University 

Forrest Francis, servant, 185 Clinton 

Forrest Wm. (Kinsey & F.) bds S. T. Kinsey's 

Forsyth Eliza, res E. F. Colerick's 

Fortred Louis, boots and shoes, n s Main b Calhoun and Harrison 

FORT WAYNE AGRICULTURAL WORKS, Manufac- 
turers ot Threshing Machines, Keapcrs, Mowers, &c., north cud of 
Calhoun 

FORT WAYNE BRASS WORKS, 48 E. Main; Alfred Hat- 
tersley, Proprietor 

FORT WAYNE COLLEGE, West end Wayne street; Rev. 
John li. Robinson, A. M., 1^'esident 

FORT WAYNE DAILY AND WEEKLY DEMOCRAT, 

Office s w c Calhoun and Wayne; K. D. Dumm & Co., I'ublishers 
and Proprietors 

FORT WAYNE DAILY AND WEEKLY GAZETTE, 

5-i Calhoun; A. \\ . Wright, Editor and Proprietor 
Fort Wayne Dining Hall, nee Calhoun and Railroad Track ; Henry 

McKinnie, proprietor 
Fort Wayne Fruit House, 18 W. Berry ; J. B. White, proprietor 
FORT WAYNE GAS LIGHT CO., Office and Works 3 e c 

>Vater and Barr; Alfred P. Edgerton, President; Henry II. Edger- 

ton, Secretary, Treasurer and Superintendent 
Fort Wayne, Jackson & Saginaw R. R. Engineer's Office, n w o Main and 

Calhoun ; C. S. Woodward, chief engineer 
Fort Wayne Journal, n s Main opp Court House ; T. S. Taylor & Co., 

FORT WAYNE MACHINE & CA.R WHEEL WORKS, 

Hanna south of Railroad Crossing; John H. Bass, Proprietor 
FORT WAYNE NATIONAL BANK, (Successor to the old 

Branch Bank) Designated Depository, s w c Main and Clinton ; 

Chas. D. Bond, President; Pliny Hoagland, Vice President; Jarod 

D. Bond, Cashier 
Fort Wayne Press, s s Pearl rear Keystone Block ; D. W. Jones & Son, 

publishers 

FORT WAYNE RINK ASSOCIATION, Rink Building 

u s Berry b Clinton and Barr; Sol. D. Bayless, Pi'esideut and 

Manager 
FORT WAYNE SAVINGS BANK, 50 Calhoun ; A. C. Hues- 

tis, President; John Hougu, Treasurer; E. L. Sturgis, Secretary 
Fort W.iyne Singer Bund, roi»ms s s Berry opp Court 

I FORT WAYNE WALL PAPER HOUSE, 12 W. Berry; 

I O. L. Starkey, Proprietor 

I Fosier A. helper, wks P., Ft. \V. & C. 11. R. Boiler Shop 

FOSTER AJMDREW, Merchant Tailor, at " Palace of Fashion," 
s w c Calhoun and Columbia, bds Hanna House 

Foster Bros. (Scott & John (jr.) dry goods, 94 Columbia 



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Foster John G. (F. Bros.) res New York 

Foster Scott, (F. Bros.) res New York 

Foster W. T. blacksmith, h 17 Montgomery 

Fountain Eugene, engineer, h s s Lewis b Clay and Monroe 

Fowler Geo. S. (Moderwell & F.) bds 9 E. Wayne 

Fowler Miss S. B. teacher in High School, bds Hamilton House 

Fowles John, cutter, 46 Calhoun, h 103 E Washington 

Fox Bernhard, carpenter, h s s Walnut b Oakley and Fairfield Av 

Fox David R. attorney and notary, 5 E. jNIain, bds Chas. P. Fletcher's 

Fox Francis, blacksmith, h s w c Monroe and Wallace 

EOX GEORGE, Cake Bakery, Confectionery, Candy Maker, Oyster 

and Ice Cream Saloon, 25 E. Main 
Fox I. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Fox J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 
Fox J. machinist, wks J. H. Bass' 

Fox James, cartman, h s w c M(Clellan and Brackenridge 
Fox Jehial, laborer, bds 142 Jackson 
Fox John R. machinist, h n w c Summit and Walnut 
Fox Joseph, confectioner, h 25 E. Main 
Fox Louis, confectioner, h 25 E. Main 
Fox Phoebe A. boarding house, 9 E. Wayne 

Fox Reinhard, gardener, h s s Taylor b Oakley and T., W. & W. R. R 
Fox W. W. h s e c Melita and Hoagland Av 
France Joseph S. attorney, h n w c Jefferson and College 
France Wm. carpenter, h w s Lafayette b Montgomery and Holman 
France Wra. H. carpenter, h n s Butler b Webster and Hoagland Av 
Francis Adam M. (F. & Mahan) h n s Main b Griffith and Fulton 
FRANCIS & MAHAN, (Adam M. F. & Jamea M.) General 

Blacksmiths and Horse Shoers, 46 W. Main 
Francis Thos. machinist, h n s Braudriff b Webster and Hoagland Av 
Frane Joseph, turner, h e s Lafayette b Lasselle and Buchanan 
Frane Margaret, widow, h e s Lafayette b Lasselle and Buchanan 
Frane Polly, res Mrs. Margaret Franc's 

Frank Daniel, brakeman, bds 91 E. Washington 

Frank Elizabeth, (Misses F. & Studer) h 142 E. Wayne 

Frank Ellen, widow, h 142 E. Wayne 

Frank Geo. carpenter, bds 142 E. Wayne 

Frank Henry, coaehman, 121 E. Wayne 

Frank I. on nibus driver, h 142 E. Wayne 

Frank John, artist, bds 142 E. Wayne 

Frank Joseph, clerk 90 Columbia, h 143 E. W^ayne 

Frank Joseph, fireman, bds Conrad Tremrael's 

Frank Joseph, laborer, h e s Hanna b Grant and Jonos 

Frank Marioa S. foreman, bds Harrison De Haven's 

Frank Marx, (F. & Thanhouser) h 44 W. Wayne 

Frank & Studer Misses, (Elizabeth F. & Eliza S.) dressmakers, ya 
Columbia , _ ._ , 

FRANK & THANHOUSER, (^^arx F. & Samuel T.) Dealers 
in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Notions, &c., 7 Keystone Block, 
cor Calhoun and Pearl 

Franke A. H. shoemaker, bds s w c Jefferson and Calhoun 

Franking B. wks N. G. Olds & Son's xx • t^ tt 

Franks Marion S. foreman J. B. Aveline & Co's, bds Harrison DeUaven a 

Fratenburgh Rachel, widow, h s w c Barr and Jefferson 



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Frazer Thos. saloon, sec Clinton and Main 

Freeh Henry, brewer, bds Joliu M. Riedmiller's 

Frederick Jacob, niacliinist, h s e c Lafayette and St. Francis 

Fredericks Adolpli, tanner, h n w c Hi<:h and Wells, Bloomingdale 

Fredericks David, engineer, bds Mayer Ilou.'je 

Fredericks D. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 

Fredericks P. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. H. R. Black.'^mith Shop 

Fredricksoti Jacob, saloon, e s Calhoun b Washington and Jefferson 

Free W. H. printer, Ft. Wayne Gazette, bds 7(J W. Berry 

Freeman Amanda G. res 180 W. Wayne 

FREEMAN AVERY, JR., Proprietor Main Street Exchange, n s 

Main b Calhoun and Harrison 
Freeman, Bard & Barnett, (N. h. F , Samuel B. & A. G. B.) Ft. Wayne 

Paper Mills, office 51 Columbia 
Freeman Emma E res 180 W. Wayne 

FREEMAN JOSEPH, Merchant Tailor, Clothier and Dealer in 
Gents' Furnishing Goods, 3 Keystone Block, w s Calhoun near 
Columbia ; h n w c Wayne and Ewing 
Freeman Mahlan D. h 180 W. Wayne 

Freeman N. B. (F., Bard & Barnett) res Washington Township 
Freeman Samuel A. clerk 3 Keystone Block, bds Joseph F'reeman's 
FREEMAN SAMUEL C, Justice of the Peace, Office e s Court 

opp Court House ; h 137 W. Main 
FREEMAN SAMUEL P., City Clerk, Office in City Hall; h 138 

W. Berry 
Freiburg Therese, servant, 66 Wilt 
Freibuiger Iguatz, clerk 18 W. Berry 

Freiburger Simon, wool, hides and pelts, 63 Columbia, h 95 W. Berry 
Freitag A. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & (J. R. R. Carpenter Shop 
Fren P. plasterer, h s s Lasselle b Lafayette and Cass 
FRENCH CHAS. G., Carpenter, Builder and Contractor, Shop 

85 E. Wayne; h 92 E. Wayne 
FREiMCH, HANNA & CO., (R. Morgan F., Chas. H. & Oliver 
W. Jeffcrds) I'roprietors Summit City Woolen Mills; Manufactur- 
ers of Cloths, Satinets, Jeans, Tweeds, Flannels, Blankets, Yarns, 
&c. ; also, Dealers in Wool, s s Water b Burr and Lafayette 
French R. Morgan, (French, Hanna & Co.) h 144 E, Washington 
French Sarah M. widow, res 17 Montgomery 

Freuk Margaret, widow, h s s Front b Centre and Cherry, w s River 
F'reuking Bernhard, laborer, h 130 Madison 
Frey Chas. tanner, wks Braeuchle & Co's 

Frey Wm. A. upholsterer and furniture repairer, e s Calhoun b Wash- 
ington and Jefferson, h w s Calhoun b Washington and Jtfforsoa 
Frick Julius, tanner, h e s Wells b 5th and 6tli, Bloomingdale 
Fricke Anton, stone mason, h s s Lavina b Fairfield Av. and Broadway 
Fricke Henry, h 183 Lafayette 

Fricke Wm. carpenter, h s s Lavina b Fairfield Av. and Broadway 
Friday August, laborer, h s s Walnut b Oakley and Fairfield Av 
Friday Christ, cigar maker, bds Henry Friday's 
Friday Henry, drayman, h n w c Brandriff and Webster 
F'ridschson Christopher, h w s Weils n of Douglas, Bloomingdale 
Frietzsche John U. physician, h 176 Griffith 
Friplctt Geo. fruit dealer, h 18 W. Lewis 
F'ritze Wm. cabinet maker, bds 96 W, Water 



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Froelich Chas. laborer, h w s Nelson opp Wilt 

Frohmuth John, shoe maker, h n s Buchanan b Hanna and Cass 

Fronefield & Todd, (Reuben F. & Kobt. T.) sash, doors, &c. u s Duck b 

Calhoun and Clinton 
Fronefield Reuben, fF. & Todd) h 30 W. Water 
Fronke J. machinist, wks J. H. Bass' 
Fronn Max, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
FRY & BENDER, (Jacob H. F. & Henry B.) Carriage Makers, n 

s Main b Harrison and Maiden Lane 
Fry Frank, carpenter, h s s Front w of Mechanics, w s River 
Fry Geo. A. tanner, bds Jacob Fry's, w s River 
Fry Henry, brakeman, h e s Harrison b Hijihland and Dawson 
Fry Henry, gardener, h n s Front w of Mechanics, w s River 
Fry J. B. tanner, h s e c Cherry and Front, w s River 
Fry Jacob, res Daniel Kohler's 
Fry Jacob, tan yard, e s Cherry n of Front, h n e c Cherry and Front, w 

s River 
Fry Jacob H. (F. & Bender) h 99 E. Jefferson 
Fry Jacob H. carriage maker, h 93 E. Jefferson 
Fry John, h s s Front w of Mechanics, w s River 
Fry VVm. M. brakeman, bds s w c Webster and Dawson 
Fuchs Frank J. carpenter, h e s Force b Herudon and Jones 
Fuchs Geo. groceries, 161 E. Jefferson 
Fuller John, brakeman, bds 237 Lafayette 
Fuller Wm. laborer, h 16 W. Jefferson 

Funnelle Miss L. S. teacher in Training School, bds Hamilton House 
Furry I. N. carpenter, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co's 
Furste Francis L. book-keeper iMurray & Baker's, h 22 W. Wayne 
Fatter Martin, saloon, s w c Calhoun and Columbia, res Bloomingdale 

G 

Gabel P. machinist, wks J. H. Bass' 
Gable Christopher, h s w c Lafayette and Madison 
Gable Frank, clerk 18 W. Berry, h 129 Lafayette 
Gable Hannah, dress maker, h e s Harrison b Berry and Wayne 
Gable Henry, machinist, h s w c Lafayette and Madison 
Gable P. machinist, wks J. PL Bass' 
Gable Peter, teamster, h 171 Holman 
Gable Peter, Jr. stone cutter, bds 171 Holman 
Gable Philip, blacksmith, bds 171 Holman 
Gableng C. engineer, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 
Gablenz Chas. engineer, h w s Francis b Hamilton and Hough 
Gaffney J. clerk, bds Main Street Exchange 
Gaffney John, bar keeper, nee Calhoun and Main 
Gage Eliza, waiter. Main Street Exchange 
Gage Maggie, waiter, Main Street Exchange 
Gair Joseph, blacksmith, h 180 Griffith 
Gale Anthony, h 203 Lafayette 

Gallagher Condy, laborer, has Wallace b Barr and Lafayette 
Gallagher Daniel, laborer, h w s N. Cass b 1st and St. Mary's, Bloom- 
ingrdale 



102 FORT WAYNE [GER] DIRECTORY. 



Gallowjiy Samuel M. clerk 1 Harrison, bds n w c Pearl and Harrison 
Galhneier Kriist, carpenter, bds Win. tape's, lilooniin^dale 

Galnicver Erust, carpenter, wks Cochrane, Ilumphrey tt Go's 
Gang L. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. 11. R. Yard 

Ganison A. machinist, wks J. H. Bass' 

Guns Louis, messenger Master Mechanic's Office, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R., 
h n w c High and Marion, liloomingdale 

Gantt L. F. clerk 7 Keystone Block, bds 7(i \V. Berry 

GARD B.. Physician and Surgeon, Office, w s Calhoun fourth door 
south of Washington 

Gardner Andrew, saloon, 65 Columbia 

Gardner (.!harity D. widow, h 39 Monroe 

Gardner George W. fireman, h 145 E. Lewis 

Gardner John C. res Edwin Morey's 

Gardner Mary E. bds 39 Monroe 

Gare J. blacksmith, wks T., W & W. U. R. Shops 

Gare M. blacksmith, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Garner H. hepler, wks P., Ft. W. k C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 

Garrison Albert, blacksmith, h n s Colerick b Hoagland Av. and Prince 

Garrison Chas. fireman, h s s Taylor b Oakley and Fairfield Av 

Gartley Samuel, plasterer, h 127 E Lewis 

Garwood J. engineer. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 

Gass Joseph P. helper, h s w c Hanna and Lasselle 

Gaszuer John P. clerk 12 W. Berry, bds Steuben House 

Gaulmeyer Wm. carpenter, h 87 Montgomery 

Gt.um Joseph F. boarding house, 39 E. Water 

Gavin James, brakeinau, bds 43 W. Berry 

Gaviu Robert, miller, h w s north end of Harraer 

Giiy Rev. J . L. h s s Montgomery b Lafayette and Clay 

Gearhart Wm. S. flour pucker, h w s Wells n of Douglas, Bloomingdale 

Gebhart George, harness maker, bds 203 Madison 

Gcbhart Wm. brick la3'er, h 203 Madison 

Geerken Fred, blacksmith, bds 80 Madison 

Geerken George, h 80 Madison 

Geerken Henry, boiler maker, bds 80 Madison 

Gei^icr Chsirles, teacher German Catholic School, h 129 E. Jefferson 

Geiler Fred, laborer, h s s Nirdlinger Av. w of Broadway 

Geismann Jacob, hiborer, has Locust b Pine and T., W. & W. R. R 

Geismar Adolph, clerk 97 Columbia, bds 178 E. Berry 

Geiss Jacob, groceries, e s Lafayette b Charles and Lasselle 

Geisscn)au J. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Round House 

Geistdoerler Ferdinand, tanner, wks Braeuchle & Co's 

Geiler George, laborer, h s w c Hood and Pritchurd 

Gelkr L. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 

Geiler Theodore, varuisher, wks 52 E. Main ' 

George Edward, owe Calhoun and Wayne, bds Mnyer Houso 

George Joseph, farmer, wks Henry Mclvinnies 

Gerard Ann, widow, h 192 Griffith 

GERARUIN ANTON, Dealer in Family Groceries, Provisions, 

<fcc. ; also. Saloon, w s Lafiyette b Wallace and Hamilton 
GERARDIN H., Restaurant and Saloon, 104 Columbia, b Calhoun 

and Cliutou 
Gercke Fred, res Jo.seph Lenz's 
Gerke Catherine, bds 30 Madison 



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Geike H. F. groceries, 219 Lafayette, h 221 Lafayette 

Grermaa Catholic School, sec Lafayette aud JefFersou 

German Reformed Salem School, w s Clinton b Berry and Wayne 

Gerry & Carroll, (Cartherine G. & Elizabeth C.) millinery and dress 

making, 84 .Calhoun • 
Gerry Catherine, (G. & Carroll) h 204 E. Wayne 
Gerry Wm. laborer, h 204 E. Wayne 
Gerry Wm., Jr. policeman, bds 204 E. Wayne 
Gers Philip, groceries, u c c Colerick and Fairfield Av 
Geslar Fred, butcher, h e s Barr b Berry and Wayne 
Getman F. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 
Getz John C. watchman, h n w c Griffith and George 
Geye Henry, boots and shoes, s w c Wayne and College 
Geye Herman, shoe maker, res Henry Geye's 
Gibbert Chas. hostler, bds 53 E. Main 
Gibson Dan. train dispatcher P., Ft. W. & C. R. R., h s s Brackenridge 

b Harrison and \Vebster 
Gibson Frank, train dispatcher, h s s Grand b Calhoun and Harrison 
Gibson Fi-ank X. carpenter, h s s Oak b Walnut and Ohio 
Gibson J. wks N. G. Olds & Sou's 

Gibson James, fireman, h n s Chicago b Harrison and Webster 
Gibson James, laborer, h s e c Garden and Jefferson 
Gibson John, laborer, h 123 E. Lewis 
Gibson Joseph, carpenter, h 145 Hanna 
Gick George, clerk, 219 Lafayette 
Giek Heury, saddler, bds 61 Montgomery 

Gidley James H. conductor, h w s Fairfield Av, b Locust and Taylor 
Gidley Wm. road master, h w s Pine b Locust and Taylor 
Gieck Henry, harness maker, wks 9U|- Columbia 
Gilbert Jacob, laborer, bJs Sebastian \Vidman's 

Gilbert James B. carriagesmith, h e s Griffith b Jefferson and George 
Gilbert John, druggist, with Meyer Bros. & Co., bds Hamilton House 
Giiby John, laborer, h n s \Villiams b Calhoun and Harrison 
Gilchrist Chritstopher, h 9(j Columbia 
GILCHRIST Mrs. M. H., Millinery and Fashionable Hair 

Die ser, 90 Columbia 
Gillespie James, carpenter, h n s Butler b Harrisoa and Calhoun 
Gillespie James, laborer, wks T., W. & W. K. R. Freight Depct 
Gillett Amelia, servant, Wm. G. Gronauer's 
Giilctt Harvey, laborer, wks Clark & Rhinesmith's 
Gilligan James, laborer, h n s Colerick b Hoagland Av. and Prince 
Gillilaud James, (G. & Medskcr) h 25 Montgomery 
Gilliland & Medsker, (James G. & Isaac N. M.J groceries, sec Lewis 

and Lafayette 
Gilmau F. iron founder, h 182 E. Jefferson 
Gilmau Joseph, h 175 E. Jetierson 

bilmartin Edward, telegraph repairer, bds Thomas Lynch's^ ^ 
Gimbel Henry, core maker, h s s Taylor b Broadway and T., W. &. W. 

R. R 
Giser B. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 
Glaser Ed. F. bakery, e s Hanna opp Holman 
blasuer Samuel, fireman, bds 193 W. Washington 
Glass Nancy, widow, h 135 W. Water 
Gleiseukamp Wm. policemin, h 117 W. Water 



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Glenn G. fireman, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 

Glenn John S. fireman, bds 1>. S. Warner's 

Glenn Wm. N. engineer, bds D. S. Warner's 

Glessuer Chas. printer, Fort Wayne Gazette Office 

Glessner Samuel, fireman, T., W. & W. R. R. Co 

Glotz Daniel, clerk, bds John Baumann's 

Gluiscukanip Wm. watchman, Rmke, Yergens & Go's 

Glutting,' lleury, clerk, bds 15 W. Washington 

Glutting Jacob, saloon, 7G Columbia, h 15 W. Washington 

Glynn John, driver, h w s Ewing b Washington and Wa)'ne 

GLYNN MATTHIAS, Livery, Sale and Feed Stable, 53 E. Main 

b Clinton and Barr 
Gocke Anthony, clerk 5G Calhoun, h 43 W. Wayne 
Gocke Frank, porter 5G Calhoun, bds Anthony Schirmeyer's 
Goddard A. W. engineer, bds Harmon House 
Godfrey Chas. conductor, h 104 Broadway 

Godirey James P. engineer, h 23 Melita b Webster and Hoagland Av 
Godfrey AVright, engineer, h w s Bluffion Road s of T., W. & W. R. R 
GODOWN J. & CO., (Johnson G. & John M. Godown) Aztec Paint 

Works, Manufacturers of White Lead, Zinc, White Colors, &c,, 90 

Fairfield Av., cor T., W. & W. R. R 
GODOWN JOHN M., Secretary Grand Rapids & Indiana Railroad 

Co., Ofiice n w c Barr and Berry ; h s e c McClellaa and Douglas Av 
Godown Johnson, (J. G. & Co.) bds John M. Godown's 
Goebel Christina, widow, h 229 Lafayette 
Goebel Frank, clerk, bds 229 Lafayette 

Goeglein Jacob, laborer, h w s Broadway b P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. and Wall 
Goeglein John, carpenter, h w s Broadway b P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. and 

Wall 
Goeglein John G. laborer, h w s Broadway b P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. and 

Wall 
Goeglein Valentine, laborer, h w s Broadway b P., Ft. W, & C. K. R. and 

Wall 
Goelirins Geo. barber, bds Steuben House 
GOERIZ ADOLPH, Physician, Office 80 Columbia, up stairs ; h 

nee Lasselle and Lafayette 
Goetje John, helper, h 18 Montgomery 

Goette Christopher, laborer, h n s Buchanan b Hanna and Cass 
Goetze J. molder, wke J. H. Ba-s' 
Golden Edward, porter, Mayer House 
Golden Patrick, res Thos. Golden's 
Golden Patrick, laborer, h w s Smith south of Grant 
Golden Thomas, laborer, h n s Melita b Webster and Kansas 
GoldhoflF Fred, gardener, h w s Lima Road ^ mile north of ctty 
Gomer Bev. J. M. h n e c Clinton and Holman 
Good Caroline, widow, h w s McClellan near Lewis 
Good Fred, h s w c Hanna and Washington 

Goodenough Geo. fireman, h e s Lafayette b Holman and Montgomery 
Goodenough 0. fireman. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 
Goodenough Orrin, engineer, h s s Grand b Webster and Kansas 
Goodman Benedict, tinner, bds 39 W. Washington 
Goodman Chas. chair finisher, bds Francis X. Goodman's 
Goodman Frank, chair finisher, bds Francis X. Goodman's 
Goodman Xavier, tinner, bds F. X. Goodman's 



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Goodman Francis X. saloon, w s Calhoun b Perry and Wayne, h s w c 

Washington and Harrison 
Goodwell Jerry, laborer, bds Mrs. Samuel Hanna's 
Goodwin Horatio N. book-keeper 56 Columbia, bds Hanna House 
Goodwin Lou. h 52 W. Main 

Gordon Geo. station bag,i«;age master, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R., h s s Wil- 
liams b Webster and Hoagland Av 
Gorham Alfred C. painter, res Marquis D. L. F. Gorham's 
Gorham Chas. D. master of trans^portation, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R., Office 

nee Clinton and Railroad, bds Chas. E. Gorham's 
GORHAM CHAS. E., Superintendent Western Division P., Ft. W. 

& C. R. R., and Indiana Division Grand Rapids & Indiana E. R., 

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. R. R., 

and G. R. & I. R. R., bds Hamilton House 
Gorham Marquis D. L. F. gravel roofer, h w s Nelson s of Jefferson 
Gorrell A. C. brakeman, h s e c Holman and Monroe 
Gorrell Scipio R. brakeman, bds sec Holman and Monroe 
Gorsline S. L. brakeman, h 208 Lafayette 

Gjshorn J. S. bridge builder, h w s Force b Jones and Herndon 
Goshorn W. H. county surveyor, office in Court House, bds J. S. 

Goshorn's 
Goss J. P. machinist, wks J. H. Bass' 
Gossett J. W. clerk A. S. Evans & Co., h 99 E. Main 
Goswisch Julia, waiter, Hedekin House 
Gotey C. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 
Gotshall Martin V. B. (Graham & G.) h s w c Lewis and McClellan 
Goudy Thomas A. foreman Clark & Rhinesmith's, h 236 W. Washington 
Gould C. B. engineer, h s w c Webster and Brandriff 
Gould Geo. furniture ant, mattresses, 52 Columbia 

Gowan Henry, carpenter, h w s Mechanics b Elm and Front, w 3 River 
Grace John, laborer, h 237 E. Wayne 
Graf John, laborer, h s s Buchanan b Lafayette and Cass 
Graff xMarx, (Marx G. & Son) h 107 W. Wayne 
Graff Marx & Son, (Marx & Myer L.) liquors, 125 Columbia 
Graff Mycr L. (Marx Graff & Son; bds 107 VV. Wayne 
Graffe Chas. F. tinner, h 24 W. Jefferson 
Graffe Fred. (G. W. Graffe & Co.) h w s Calhoun b Washington and 

Jefferson 
Graffe G. W. & Co. (Geo. W. G. & Fred. Graffe) stoves and tin ware, 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 Fulton and Jefferson 
Graffe S. helper. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop •• 

Grage Fred, laborer, h 177 W. Jefferson 
Grage Wra. laborer, h s s Sturgis w of Fulton 
Graham Catherine, servant, 6-1 E. Jefferson 
Graham Geo. W. laborer, h 98 E. Berry 
GRAHAM & GOTSHALL, (James E. G. & Martin V. B. G.) 

Attorneys at Law, Real Estate, Collecting and Insurance Agents, 

Office 7 E. Main, up stairs 

Graham Helen, widow, bds 153 W. Berry 

Graham James, engineer, h 35 E. Wayne 

Graham James S. plasterer, h 248 W. Wayne 

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106 FORT WAYNE [GRIj DIRECTORY. 



GRAHAM JAMES E., Justice of the Peace and Attorney at Law, 
and tirni ol' Graham it Gotshall, Office 7 K. iMain, up stairs; h IGl 

Graham iMargarct, widow, res Thomas Woods' 

Graham Wm. carpenter, bds 200 W. Jeifersou 

GRAHAM WM. H., Practical Painter and Graincr, Sliop w s Cal- 
houn b Beriy and Wayne, over Kill's Drug Store ; h n s Hamilton 
second liou.^e east of Calhoun 

Grahl Clemens, teacher, h 19() Barr 

GRAND RAPIDS & INDIANA RAILROAD CO., Gen- 

eral Office n wc Barr and Berry; Joseph Iv . Edj^erlon, President; 
Samuel T. llanua, Treasurer; John M. Godown, Secretary 
GRAND RAPIDS & INDIANA RAILROAD, Superinten- 
dent's Office nee Clinton and Kailroad ; Chas. Jil. Gorham, Super- 
intendent Indiana Division 
Granemauu Henry, carpenter, h es Harrison b Highland and Dawson 
Gras Minnie, servant, li'S W. Washington 
Gr:iul D. laborer, bds Steuben House 

Graumann Henry, Jr. printer, res Henry Graumann's, Sen 
Graumann Henry, Sen. book-binder, Democrat Office, s w c Wayne and 

Calhoun 
Gray Anna, widow, bds 49 B. Main 
Gray James, laborer, bds Old Fort Plouse 
Gray Rosalie, bds 99 E. Wayne 
Green C. A. clerk, bds Mayer House 
Green Corydon, broker, h 215 W. Wayne 

Green G. G. feed yard, head of Calhoun, h n w c Lafayette and Hamilton 
Green Maggie, servant, Ir'hillips House 

Green Thomas, gardener, bds nee Kockhill and Washington 
Greene Esther E. bds 11-4 W. Berry 

Greene M. M. tool keeper, P , Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 
Greene Wm. clerk, h 8G E. Wayne 
Greene Wm. H. laborer, bds 8G E. Wayne 
Greensfelder Gustav, groceries, 158 Broadway 
Greensfelder J. casiiier 18 W. Berry, bds 15b Broadway 
Greer John, carpenter, h n s Walnut b Fairfield Av. and Oakley 
Greer John W. laborer, h s s High west of W^ells, Bloomiugdale 
Greeves John, collar maker, bds H-l E. Lewis 

Greeves Joseph, patent rights, bds 14-4 E. Lewis 

Grege F. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 

GREGG J. S., Physician and Surgeon, and Examining Surgeon for 
Pensions, Office s w c Main and Calhoun; h b7 E. Washington 

Gregg Thos. b n s Duck b Clinton and Barr 

Greibel W. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 

Grennemann Henry, carpenter, h e s Harrison b Highland and Dawson 

Grenouillet Jaques, laborer, h e s Hanna b Grant and St. Francis 

Greush P. cabinet maker, wks Emrick &, Pierce's 

Greve John, collar maker, bds 144 E. Lewis 

Gribben James M. carpenter, h 24 Douglas Av 

Gribbon J. M. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. E. Carpenter Shop 

Gribner M. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 

Grieb John, tailor, h 178 E. Lewis 

Griebel A. Louis, Jr. local editor Indiana Staats Zeitung, bds 58 E. Jef- 
ferson 



FORT WAYNE [GRU] PIRECTOBY. 10" 



Griebel Christ, teamster, bds John Langohr's, Bloomingdale 

GRIEEEL & PEE, (Louis G. & Thos. W. F.) xManufacturers and: 
Dealers in Cabinet Furniture, Chairs, &c., 46 E. Main 

Griebel Louis, (G. & Fee) h 58 E. Jefferson 

Griebel Louis, teamster, h n w c High and Wells, Bloomingdale 

Griebel Wra. teamster, bds Louis Griebel's, Bloomingdale ^ 

Griffin Mrs. L. A. doctress, bds 91 E. Washington 

Griffith Mrs. A. M widow, h 208 Ewing 

Griffith J. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Griffith Jas. M. carpenter, h n w c Kansas and Chicago 

Griffith Levi, carpenter, h e s Broadway b Lavina and P., Ft. W. & C 
Railroad 

Griffiths John, blacksmith, bds Michael Fitzpatrick's | 

Griffiths Thos. boiler maker, res Catharine Lawson's 

Griffiths Wm. E. clerk 89 Columbia, h 193 W. Wayne i 

Grift F. wks N. G. Olds & Son's j 

Grimes James, molder, bds 142 B. Wayne j 

Grimm Frank, helper, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co.'s 

Grimm John, teacher, Emanuel's Congregation School, h 269 W. Wash- 
ington 

Grimme John C. clerk, bds 106 W. Washington j 

Grimple H. molder, wks J. II. Bass' ! 

Groezinger Chr. glue maker, h w s Wells north of Douglas, Bloomingdale 

GROFF C. S., Freight Agent Toledo, Wabash & Western Railway,, 
Office and Depot, on Railroad west of Calhoun ; h 50 E. Berry b 
Clinton and Barr 

Grogan Wra. physician, h e s Barr b Montgomery and Holman 

Grogean August, laborer, h w s Smith south of Horace 

Grogean Frank, plasterer, bds Gust. Cannaday's 

Gronauer Wm. G. h w s Ewing b Washington and Wayne 

Gross Catharine, widow, h 186 E. Wayne 

Gross Cliri.--tian, clerk 77 Columbia, bds Henry Boss* 
j Gro:jS Elizabeth, seamstress, h n s Main b Calhoun and Harrison 

Gross Pauline, widow, h e s Van Bureu b Wilt and Pritchard 

Gross Susan, h 186 E. Wayne 

Gross Wm. carriage painter, bds Phillips House 

Grosser N. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Round House 

Grote H. A. cigars, 26 W. Main 

Grothaus Henry, carpenter h 196 E. Wayne 

Grothen L. Wm. (Harries & G.) 

Grotian F'redericka, servant, J. D. Nuttman's 

Grout Allison E. clerk U. S. Express Co., h n s Douglas Av. b Webster 
and McClellan 

Grout Fred. W. fireman, h 16 Montgomery 

Grout Mary, widow, h n s Douglas Av. b Webster and McClellan 

Grove M. J. boiler maker, h 112 E. Berry 

Grove W B. bds 112 B. Berry 

GROVER & BAKER SEWING MACHINE CO., U W 

Berry ; L. Lumbard, Agent 
Grubb Elizabeth, widow, h s s Pritchard b Broadway and Jackson 
Grubb Mary B. boarding house, 76 W. Berry 
Grube A laborer, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Yard 
Gruber Michael, tailor, h 24 Wilt 
Gruber Valentine, tailor, h s s Taylor west of Oakley — 



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Grand Fred, stone mason, h s s Melita b Webster and Hoagland Av 
Grund Phillip R. blacksmith, h 190 W. Washington 
Guaren T. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Guethler Matthias, clerk 105 Columbia, bds Hanta House 
Guin R. B. marble cutter, h 251 W. Berry 

GUMPPER C. C, Saloon, Restaurant and Bowling Alley, w s Cal- 
houn b Brackenridge and B«iker 
Gunkel F'lorian, laborer, h n s Nirdlitger Av. west of Broadway 
Gunkel Otto, laborer, wks Schnelker, Beugnot & Co.'s 
Gurry James, wood yard, bds 64 W. Main 
Gust John, laborer, h n s Wilt b Rockhill and College 
Guttermuth Casper, turner, h 39 \\ . Jefferson 
Guttermuth Geo. h 46 Wilt 
Guttermuth Geo. laborer, h 33 W. Lewis 

Guttermuth H. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Guttermuth Henry, laborer, h 46 Wilt 
Guttermuth John, helper, wks J. C. Bowser & Co.'s 
Guylot F. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Yard 



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Haag Louisa, widow, h s s Washington b Nelson and Garden 

Haag Nicholas, barber, 24 Court, bds Mayer House 

Haarselhorst Henry J. shoemaker, h 252 E. Washington 

Habecker Elias, carpenter, h 165 W. Washington 

Habecker Susan, widow, h s s Sturgis west of Fulton 

Habecker Wm. H. carpenter, h n s Laviua b Broadway and Fairfield Av 

Habel Andies, laborer, h n s Taylor west of Broadway 

Haberkorn E. F. machinist, bds 156 Harrison 

Haberkorn F. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 

Haberkorn Henry, machinist, h e s Lafayette b Buchanan and St. Francis 

Hacknese A. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Tin Shop 

Haecker Emil, bar-keeper, bds Joseph Strasser's 

Haefeld Christina, seivant, 192 W. Jefferson 

Haffner John, carpenter, bds 51 E. Jefferson 

Hagans Thomas, brakeman, bds Nathaniel C. Miller's 

Hagedone Henry, laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Freight Depot 

Hagedorn Herman, laborer, bds Henry Hostmeyer's 

Hagen Maggie, servant, John W. Deeter's 

Hagerhorst Christ, tailor, h 108 Madison 

Hagermann Wm. policeman, h s w c Broadway and Pritchard 

Haggerty L. teamster, h s s Columbia b Barr and Lafayette 

Hahn S. bds Phillip Ries' 

Hahn Wm. locksmith and blacksmith, h ne c Main and Fulton 

Hahselhorst Henry, shoemaker, h 252 E. Washington 

HAIBER FRIEDERICH, Wine and Lager Beer Saloon, c s 

Wells b 1st and 2d, Blooraingdale 
Hake Frank, teamster, h w s N. Calhoun b 4th and 5th, Bloomingdale 
Haley Martin, laborer, bds Christian Rehm's 
Haley Minnie, waiter, Harmon House 
Hall Andrew S. h 142 E. Main 
Hall Jas. carriage maker, h e s Monroe b Berry and Wayne 



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Hall Jas. B. carpenter, h n s Butler b Webster and Hoagland Av 

Hallauer Daniel, clerk 92 Columbia, h s s Charles b Clay and Monroo 

Halle Fred, engineer, wks J. C. Bowser & Co.'s 

Haller Samuel, baker, bds Henry Iniraers 

Haa.brock Fred, laborer, h n e c Montgomery and Lafayette 

Hambroke F. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Hamilton A. H. executor Allen Hamilton's estate, h s s Lewis opp 
Cliu'<j 1 

Hamilton Mrs. Allen, widow, h s s Lewis opp Clinton 

HAMILTON ALLEN & CO., (Hugh McCulloch, Je.sse L. Wil- 
liams, Stephen B. Bond & Chas. McCulloch) Bankers and Exchange 
Dealers, w s Calhoun b Main and Berry 

Hamilton Annie, res HamiltGn Homse 

Hamilton Miss Eliza, res Mrs. Allen Hamilton's 

Hamilton Frederick, proprietor Hamilton House, 103 W. Berry 

Hamilton House, 103 W. Berry, li'red. Hamilton, proprietor 

HamiltoEi Jas. Emmet, bds 70 W. Main 

Hamilton John, stati©ia baggage-master P., Ft. W. & C. R. R., h 145 
W. Wayn« 

Hamilton Letitia, res Hamilton House 

Hamilton Mary A. widow, h 70 W. Main 

Hamilton Montgomery, (Huestis & H.) h s s Lewis head of Clinton 

Hamilton P. boiler maker, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Hamilton Susan, widow, h s w c Columbia and Clinton 

Hamroad Andrew, machinist, h s s Washington b Clijaton and Barr 

Hanaan Mary, widow, res Thos. McHenry's 

Hance Benj. wks Clark & Rhinesmith's 

Hance J. D. h 128 W. Main 

Hancock Henry, c'erk 46 Calhoun, feds American House 

Hsneock M. A. fireman, bds D. S. Warner's 

Handekin Margaret, h s s Melita b Harrison and Webster 

Handler Peter, stone mason, h s s Walnut b Oakley aed Fairfield Av 

Handy John, bds John Caffrey's 

Handy Peter, barber, 24 Court, res Bloominjrdale 

Hanes James E. conductor, h n s Baker b Calhoimn and Harrison 

Hanke Jacob, file cutter, bds 200 Barr 

Hanks Mary, seamstress, John Cochrane^s 

Hanley James, helper, bds b « c Barr and Holman 

Hauley John H. clerk T., W. & W. R. R. Freight Office, bds James 
MeDermott'.s 

Hanly Martiis, laborer, bds Michael Fitzpatriek^s 

Hanna Chas. (French, H. & Co.) h 64 B. Jefferson 

Hanna Elisabeth, widow, h is e c Lewis and Hanna 

Hanna House, Mrs. R. McMulien, proprietress, 166 Barr 

Hanna Hugh T. (8. T. & H. T. H.) h s s Lewis east of Harnier 

Hanna Oliver S res Mrs. Samuel Hanna's 

HANNA S. T. & H. T., C^amuelT. ^ Hugh T.) Dealers in Real 
Estate, Life and Fire Insurance and Collecting Agents, and iSlotaries 
Public, Ofiice e s Court opposite Court House, one door north of 
Post Office 

Hanna Mrs, Samuel, widow, fe s s Lewis e of Harmer 

Hanna Samuel T (S. T. & H. T. H.) h 109 W. Berry 

Hannay Robert H. machinist, wks J. C. Bowser & Co's 

Hanner Robert, machinist^ bds American House 



no FORT WAYNE [IIAll] DIRECTORY. 

HANNUM D., Proprietor Occidental Billiard .Room, e b Calhoun b 

Berry and Wayne; h 209 W. Wayne 
Hansmau Wiu. blacksmith, h w s Monroe b Hohnan and Hough 
Hanson Richard C gas fitter, h 48 E. Main 
Haibaugh C. laborer, wks P., Ft. W & C. R. R. Lumber Yard 
Harbor John, bds Henry Braettchle's 

Harber Peter, machinist, h w s Harrison b Melita and Highland 
Harbor V. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. .t C K. R. Yard 
Hardendorf John, millwright, h 2158 W. Wayne 
Hardendurf Theodore, laborer, bds 238 W. Wayne 
Hardesty Mary, cook, Mayer House 
Hare Geo. carpenter, bds 118 E. Wayne 
Hargenrother Matthias, laborer, h 159 E. Washington 
Harges August, wagon maker, h 155 Madison 
Harkless Wm. laborer, h w s West b Pritchard and Noel 
Harkless Wm. sawyer, wks Emrick & Pierce's 
Harkaemper Wm. watch maker, 88 Columbia 
Harmaler H. laborer, h n w c Webster and Jefferson 
Harman Michael, carpenter, h n s Lasselle b Hanna and Monroe 
Harmeier Wm. bds Sebastian VVidman's 

Harmeyer Ficd collar maker, bds F. L. Racine's, Bloomingdale 
HARMON DANIEL, Proprietor Harmon House, u w c Calhoun 

and P., Ft. W. & C. R. R 
Harmon Daniel, Jr. clerk, Harmon House 
HARMON HOUSF, Daniel Harmon, Proprietor, n w e Calhoun and 

P., Ft W. & C. R. K 
Harmon S. W. clerk, Harmon House 

Harnischfeger Mary, cook, St. Nicholas, bds Con. Sehenck's 
Harper James, (James H. & Co.) bds Main Street Exchange 
HARPER JAMES & CO., (James H. & Dennis Monahan) Manu- 
facturers and Dealers in Hats, Caps, Furs, Straw Goods, &c., 3 
Phoenix Block, w s Calhoun near Main 
Harper Ijizzie, servant, 185 Clinton 

HARRIES & GROTHEN, (John H. & L. Wm. G.) File Cutters 
and Dealers in Hardware, Tools, &c., w s Calhoun b Washington and 
Jefferson 

Harries John, (H. & Grothen") h s s Holman b Clay aud Monroe 

Harrington Patrick, laborer, bds Eliza Beegan's 

Harris Geo. foreman, h 246 E. Lewis 

Harris Wm. H. engineer, h n w c Pine and Locust 

Harrison Robert H. machinist, h e s Barr b Lewis and Montgomery 

Harrison Wm. machinist, h e s Barr b Jicwis and Montgomery 

Harrison Wm. H. conductor, h s e c Williams aud Fairfield Av 
M Harshman Clara, laundress, Mayer House 

Harstein L. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Hart J. R. sewing machine agent, h 109 Lafayette 

Hart Lyman, teamster, h 190 E. Wayne 

Hartendorf Wm. drayman, h ?outh of the west end of High, Blooming- 
dale 

Hartcr Chas. h 100 Lafayette 

Harter John, teamster, h s s Water b Ewing and Cass 

Harter Joseph, blacksmith shop, nee Main and Broadway 

Harter Philip, clerk 90 Columbia, bds 221 W. Main 

llartman Christian, helper, bds 51 W. Jefferson 



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HARTFORD INSURANCE CO. OP HARTFORD, 

CONN, F. P. Randall, Agent, 9 Clinton 
Ilartman Rev. D. P. h s w c Jackson and Wayne 
Hartman David, switchman, bds Wm. H. Hartman's 
Hartman Mrs. Eliza, res 161 W. Washington 
Ilartman Fred, painter, bds Robert H. Harrison's 
Hartman Geo. toll collector, h 46 Nelson 
Hartman Geo. B. book-keeper 81 Columbia, h 49 E. Jefferson 
Hartmin H. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Hartman Herman, brewery, 128 E. Washington, h 134 E. Washington 
HARTMAN HOMER C, Attorney at Law, Notary Public, Real 

Estate and Insurance Agent, Office e s Court over Post Office ; h s s 

Maple Av. ^ mile south-west of city 
Hartman Isaac, laborer, h n s Lasselle b Clay and Monroe 
Ilartman Lem. R. book-keeper First National Bank, h 239 W. Wayne 
Ilartman Lemuel R. speculator, 161 W. Washington 
Hartman Wm. H. engineer, h s s Grand b Webster and Kansas 
Harlmann Valentine, laborer, h n s Taber e of Laftiyette 
Hartmyer Frederick, candy manufacturer, 47 W. Main 
Hartnet Richard, laborer, h n w c Baker and Webster 
Hartshorn John, fireman, h s s Duryee b Hoagland Av and Fairfield Av 
Hartsman C. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Hartsman II. blacksmith, wks P, Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Hartung Christian, (H. & Schroeder) h cor Jackson and Wilt 
Hartung Gotthold, tailor, bds Christian Hartung's 

Hartung & Schroeder, (Christian H. & Gottfried S.) tailors, 80 Calhoun 
Hartwell R. helper, wks P.. Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 
Harvey Jeflferson, bds R. E. Doty's 
Hasemeyer Henry, bricklayer, bds 217 W. Jefferson 
HASKELL & DODGE, (Wash. H. & Arthur D.) Saloon and Res- 
taurant, n w c Calhoun and Wayne 
Haskell Ezra, clerk 43 Columbia, bds Hanna House 
HASKELL WASH., Produce and Commission Merchant, Agent for 

Maltby's Oysters; also. Telegraph Despatch, 43 Columbia,- bds 

n w c Calhoun and Wayne 
Hassinger Annette, servant, Arthur Whitehead's 
Hassler Eliza, bds 204 W. Berry 

Hassler Lida, clerk 105 Columbia, bds nee Berry and Van Burea 
HaKsler Sarah, widow, h e s McClellan b Baker and Brackenridge 
Hasty John, confectionery, w s Calhoun b Wayne and Washington, h 10 

W. Washington 
Haswell G. I. machinist, wks Emrick & Pierce's 
Haswell Geo. I. cooper, h 96 W. Water 
Hate J. engineer, wks P., Ft. W. & C R. R. Machine Shop 
Hathaway John, farmer, h s s Wilt b Rockhill and College 
HATTERSLEY ALFRED, Proprietor Fort Wayne Brass Works, 

Plumber, Gas and Steim Pipe Fitter, 48 B, Main ; h 167 W. Wayne 
Hattersley Willis, plumber, 48 E. xMain, bds 167 W. Main 
Haudsch S._ laborer, h 15 Wall 

Hausbaeh Jacob, laborer, h n s Henry b Hoagland Av. and Fairfield Av 
Hauser Andrew, brewer, h e s Webster b Washington and Jefferson 
Hauser Chas. foreman, h n w c Hanna and Hough 
Hauser Therese, widow, h n w c Hanna and Hough 
Hauser Therese, widow, h n s Jefferson b Clay and Lafayette 



112 FORT WAYNE [HEI] DIRECTORY. 



Hausper Jacob, machinist, wks T., W. & W. R. R Shops 

Hauss David, carpenter, h 237 W. Washington 

Havcrley Anthony, bhicksmith, h 168 Madison 

Haverly H. bUicksniith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Haverly Margaret, clerk, bds 8(3 E. Main 

Havill John J. printer, bds 70 W. Berry 

Hawkins T. Jj. carpenter, h s w c Holnian and Clinton 

Ilaxtiue W. painter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Paint Shop 

Hay A. A. (Linker. H. & Co.) h n w c Monroe and Wayne 

Hayden John W. attorney at law, h n w c Fulton and Wayne 

Haynes Frank, engineer, h s e c Melita and Wekter 

Hays Dennis, laborer, h n s Bass b Prince and Fairfield ^Vv 

Hays Thomas, laborer, h s w c Colerick and Prince 

Heaberley Herman, blacksmith, h s s Lewis b Lafayette and Clay 

Hebert Oliver, engineer, h 158 E Lewis 

Hebert Peter, fireman, bda R. E. Doty's 

Hebron A. painter, bds Main Street Exchange 

Hecke Hermann, drayman, h 154 E. Washington 

Hecker Geo. clerk, b e s Wells b 3d and -tth, Bloomingdale 

Heckler Geo. engineer, bds Main Street Exchange 

Heekman Louisa, servant, 1(57 W. Wayne 

Heckus Anton, laborer, h s w c Webster and Brackenridge 

HEDEKIN HOUSE, Wolf & Wagner, Proprietors, e s Barr b 

Columbia and Main 
Hedekin Michael, h 97 E. Main 
HEDEKIN THOS. B,, Dealer in Groceries, Provisions, &c., s e c 

Columbia and Barr ; h 82 E. Washington 
Hedges Thos. J. foreman P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Tender Shop, h 122 W. 

Washington 
Heegar Geo. clerk 18 W. Berry, res BKiomingdale 
Hefl'elfinger John M. manauer for Foote & Wooster, h 30 \V. Lewis 
Heffert L wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Hefi'ert John, baker, h 191 Lafayette 
Hefi^kin Jacob, brakeman, bds Harmon House 
Hefner John, cabinet maker, wks 52 E. Main 
Heibler Jane J. P. widow, h 199 Ewing 
Heibner J. laborer, wks P., Ft. \V. & C. R. R 

Heid Alex, butcher, h e s Lima Plank Road b 2d and 3d, Bloomingdale 
Held Urban, carpenter, bds 196 E. Lewis 
Heier Christ, laborer, h n w c (iay and Jones 
Heilbronner A. with Oppenheimer & Becker, h s s W. Main b Maiden 

Lane and Cass 
Heilbronner Samuel, h 126^ W. Main 
Heine Fred, carpenter, h 48 Douglas Av 
Heine Mary, servant, 142 E. Main 

Heine Wm. laborer, h e s Hanna b Hamilton and Lewis 
HEINGAERTNER MARTIN, Merchant Tailor and Dealer in 

Gents' Furnishing Goods, 19 Clinton; h s s Main b Broadway and 

Fulton 
Heini Sigmund, cabinet maker, bds n w c Pearl and Harrison 
Heinle Fredricka, widow, h e s Lafayette b Virginia and Wallace 
Heinlen E. machinist, h 179 Clinton 

Heinlen Wm. machinist, h w s Harrison b Highland and Dawson 
Heinrich Julius, laborer, h 146 Jackson 



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Heinrich Julius, machinist, bds Steuben House 

Heins F. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 

Heiny Nicholas, clerk 5Q Calhoun, h 251 E. Jefferson 

Heirbolzer C. carpenter, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Hei^ener Wm. carpenter, h w s Jackson b Jefferson and Washington 

Heistea Lavina, servant, 93 E. Jefferson 

Heit Alex, butcher, h e s Wells b 2d and 3d, Bloomingdale 

Heit Amos, blacksmith, h s s Henry b Hoagland Av. and Fairfield Av 

HEIT ANTHONY, Manufacturer of and Dealer in Boots and 
Shoes, lOfci Griffith ; h 194 Griffith 

Heitenreith Amanu, laborer, h n s Henry b Hoagland Av. and Fairfield 
Av 

Heitraan Rev. Anthony, h 132 E. Jefferson 

Heitwinkel Henry F. carpenter, h 54 V/. Wayne 

Heitzcman Fred, watchman, T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Heitzler G. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Boiler Shop 

Heldt Geo. (Shidel & H.) h 39 W. Jeffer.son 

Heldt John }l. barber and grinder, h n s High b Cass and St. Mary's 
Av., Bloi'mingdale 

Helke FredericK, laborer, h 200 W. Jefferson 

Helle Fred, engineer, h 7 W. Water 

Helling Fred. (Seidel & Co.) h 81 W. Washington 

Hellmuth Gust, mail carrier, bds Chas. P. Fletcher's 

Helm Theodore, carpenter, h n s Henry e of Bluffton Road 

Helraer August, driver, bds 77 E Berry 

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

Henibert Michael, drayman, h n s Chicago b Kansis and Fairfield A.v 

Hemeuway A. K. clerk 4 Keystone Block, bds 234 W. Wayne 

Hemerle Xavier, saloon, 18 Harrison 

Henchen W. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 

Henderson Adelia, servant, Nathaniel C. Miller's 

Henderson Andrew R. superintendent Summit City Woolen Mills, h 117 

E. Wayne 
Henderson Angeline, widow, h 86 E. Main 
Henderson Geo. H. clerk 94 Columbia, h 21 Madison 
Henderson Henry, machinist, h s w c Lafayette and Madison 
Henderson John W. (R. D. Dumm & Co.) bds Mayer House 
Henderson Noah, clerk Geo. W. Ely's, bds Main Street Exchange 
Henderson S. C. coppersmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Coppersmith 

Shop 
Henderson W. M. h 21 Madison 

Henderson Wm. B. conductor, h e s Webster b Highland and Dawson 
Hendrichs H. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Hendricks Christian, wagon maker, h 251 E. Jefferson 
Hendricks Josiah, stoker, bds n e c Water and Clinton 
Henev G. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C R. R. Round House 
Henger Charles, laborer, h s s Wallace b Barr and Lafayette 
Henk Jacob, file cutter, bds 200 Barr , 
Henkenius Frank, truckman, h n s Douglas w of Wells, Bloomingdale 
Henker C. wks N. G. Olds k Son's 
Hennessy Dennis, laborer, bds Michael Fitzpatrick's 
Hennings August, laborer, bds 90 Madison 
Hennings Fred, laborer, b 90 xMadison 
Henri Julius, machinist, wks Louis Rastetter's 



114 FORT WAYNE [HIE] DIRECTORY. 



ITenrioks Caroline, servant, 82 E Wjishingtoii 

Ileurodth A. macbiuist, wka P., Ft. VV. &, C. 11. R Machine Shop 

Henry Hiram II. h s w c Van Buren and Main 

Henry John, carpenter, bdn 108 W. Main 

Henschen Henry, clerk 132 Columbia, h 170 Ewing 

Henschen Wm helper, h 149 Francis 

Hensel Frank, tailor, h 2G7 W. Washington 

Henpel Wm. machinist, h c s Gay b Jones and Orant 

Herber Valentine, laborer, h e s Feed n of Hij:,h, Bloomingdale 

Herbert P. fireman, P., Ft. VV. & C. R. R Co 

lierbst Fred, boarding house and restaurant, n s Railroad b Calhoun and 
Clinton 

Ilerbst Joseph, clerk, bds Fred. Ilerbst's 

Herohenreithcr Jos. bricklayer, h s s Nirdlinger Av. w of Broadway 

Heremiller Henry, helper, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co's 

Heiiug Margaret, servant, 253 W. Wayne 

Ilering Peter, stone mason, h e s West b Pritchard and Noel 

Hermeyer Wm. planer, wks (lark & Rhinesniith's 

Heimsdorfer G. A. (H Si Spiegel) h s w c Jefferson and Rockhill 

Hermsdorfer & Spiegel, (_G. A. H. & Gustav S.) boots and shoes, 15 
Calhoun 

Hermslier B. F. engineer. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 

Herr George, carpenter, bds sec Lafayette and Wayne 

Herring Geo. laborer, h e s St. Mary's Av. n of High, Bloomingd.ile 

llerrington Edwin B. carpenter, h s s Henry b Hoagland Av. and Fair- 
field Av 

llerrington Robert, carpenter, bds Edwin B. Herrington's 

Herrmann Michael, carpenter, h s s Lasselle b Hanna and Monroe 

liesenauer John, res David Seibold's, Bloomingdale 

Hess J. machinist, wks J. C. Bowser & Co's 

Hess John, bar keeper, bds Joseph Strasser's 

Hess John, expressman, h s s Dojglas w of Cass, Bloomingdale 

Hess N. W. plow maker, with Chas. Mesiug, h w s Wells b Bowser and 
Douglas, Bloomingdale 

Hess P. Jacob, machinist, bds 156 Harrison 

Hetch Jacob, engineer, h 21(J Lafayette 

Hettinger Israel B. barber shop, e s Calhoun b Wayne and Washington, 
h 151 Barr 

Ilettler Christ. F. (Ranke, Yergens & Co.) h 88 E. Lewis 

Hettler (iottlicb, laborer, h s s Charles b Hanna and Monroe 

Heuer Herman, shoe maker, h 55 W. Wayne 

Hewes J. C. foreman P., Ft. W. & C. U. li. Boiler Shop, h 94 E. Lewis 

Hewittsori Wm. molder, h 156 Madison 

Hewster W. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 

Hibbert Archie, painter, bds s w c L.ifayette and Wallace 

Hibler F]dwin, molder, h e s Lafiyctte b Virginia and Wallace 

Hibler Jj. molder, v/ks J. H. Bass' 

llickey J. coppersmith, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 
Hickman James, sexton, h e s Harrison b Highland and Dawson 

Hickman John, laborer, bds Wm. Fricke's 

Hickman Joseph, laboier, bds James Hickman's 
Hickman Wm laborer, h s w c Harrison and Butler 
Hicks C. C. traveling agent 56 Calhoun, h 120 W. Wayne 

llicrholzer K. h s s Bass b Prince and Fairfield Av 



FORT WAYNE [HIN] DIRECTORY. 115 

Higgins C. R. train dispatcher P., Ft. W. & C. R. R., office, nee Clin- 
ton and Railroad ; bds Aveline House 
Higgins Frank P. engineer, h 143 E. JeflPerson 
High School Building, u s Wayne b Calhoun and Clinton 
Hight K. helper, wks P , Ft. W. & C. R. R. 'i in Shop 
Hight Eusene, machinist, h 103 l-afayette 
Hight H.T. fireman, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 
Hights Lavina, laundress, Hedekiu House 
Hignst Detliff res Ulrich Stotz's 
Hilbrec'.it Henry, blacksmith, h 212 W. Jefferson 
liildebrand Wm. carpenter, h 226 W. W shington 
Hiler John V. carpenter, h n s Williams Av. b Kairfield Av. and Hoag- 

land Av 
Hilgcman Ernst, carpenter, h w s Walter n of Maumce Road 
Hiigeman Henry, engineer, h 89 W. Jefterson 
Hilgeman Wm. carpenter, h 186 Ewing 
Hiigeman Wm. carpenter, h 212 E. Washington 

Hilgemann Frank, laborer, h w s McClellan b Lewis and Brackenridge 
Hilgemann Henry, carpenler, h 188 Ewing 
Hilgerman F. wks N. U. Olds & Sou's 
Hilker Chas. carpenter, h 96 Francis 
Hilker JD. boiler maker, wks J. H. Bass' 
Hilker Frederick, laborer, h 167 W. Washington 
Hilker H^ury, laborer, h w s Fairfield Av. b Locust and Taylor 
HILL C. L., Dealer in Pianos Organs and General MuMcal Mer- 
chandi.se, and Agent Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machines, 52 and 
54 Calhoun ; h n e c Harrison and Water 
Hill Daniel, laborer, h w s Wells n of Douglas, Bloominirdale 
Hill David, laborer, h w s Wells n of Douglas, Bloomingdale 
Hill Geo. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Hill John E. (H. & Orbison) h 84 W. Berry 
Hill John E., Jr. (John E. H., Jr. & Co.) h 84 W. Berry 
Hill John E., Jr. & Co. (John E. H., Jr. & Henry J Kudisill) flour mill, 

e s Lima Road three-fourths of a mile north of City 
Hill .John H. h n s Jefferson b Nelson and Garden 
Hill Joseph, stone mason, h 31 W. Lewis 
Hill & Orbison, (John E. H. & Alex. M. 0) commission merchants, 

129 to 133 Columbia 
Hill Valentine, h n s Main b Broadway and Fulton 
Hillbright H. foreman, J. C. Bowser & Go's Blacksmith Shop 
Hillbright H., Jr machinist, wks J. C. Bowser & Co's 
Hille Henry, laborer, h 28 VV. Lewis 

Hillegass J. D. attorney, e s Calhoun b Main and Columbia 
Hillman Fred, laborer, h n s Buchanan b Cass and Hanua 
Hilsmanu Fred, clerk, bds Fred. Meyers' 
Hilt Fred. (Schwartz & Co.) h 9 W. Baker 
Hill J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 
Himbert John, drayman, h 16 Hood 
Hine F. painter, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shop 
Hine G fireman, T., W. & W. R. R 
Hineman Maggie, chambermaid, Aveline House 
Hiues John, blacksmith, bds Adam M. Francis' 
Hines Piiilip, laborer, h s w c Calhoun and Water 
Hines Philip, laborer, h n s Main b Calhoun and Harrison 



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Ilinkle O. N. railroad contractor, h s e c McClellan aud Douglas Av 

Hinlion Wm. machinist, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

llinnian Harvey, foreman 85 E. Wayne, h Hi) Union 

Iliuton John C. box maker, bds Samuel Hinton's 

Ilinton Samuel, laborer, h u s Chicago b Harrison and Webster 

Hinton Wm. res Samuel Hinton's 

Ilisner Henry, clerk 78 Calhoun, bds 54 W. Wayne 

Hit(hc-)ck Ad^^lia A. teacher, at Ft. Wayne College 

Hitchcock Sim. painter, h s s Water b Ewing and Cass 

Hite H. T. fireman, h 18 Montgomery 

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

Ilitsler Joseph, laborer, h s s Lasselle b Hauna and Cass 

Ilitzemann Fred, stone mason, h 44 Lavina 

Hitzemann Fred, watchman, h s w c College and Jones 

Hitzeman Geo. carpenter, bds Henry Stellhorn's 

Hitzman (Christian, clerk 105 Columbia, bds 02 Douglas Av 

Hitzmau Gottlieb, tailor, h s s Wilt b Jackson and Union 

Hoagland James E. bds 110 W. Berry 

Hoagland John R. ticket agent P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. and G., R. & I. 

R. R., bds 110 W. Berry 
HOAGLAND P. & CO., (Pliny H. & Jesse L. Williams) Propri- 
etors City Flour Mills, n w c Clinton and W & E. Canal 
Hoagland Pliny, (P. H. & Co.) h n e c Berry and Ewing 
Hobbs Geo. carpenter, wks Schnelker, Beugnot & Co.'s 
llobecker A. carpenter, h 165 W. Washington 
Hobill Samuel, clerk 18 W. Berry, h 93 W. Washington 
Hobroch J. H. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. Railroad Carpenter 

Shop 
Hobrock Wm. J. clerk James Lillie's, h s e c Calhoun and Butler 
Hobrok Herman, carpenter, h w s Fairfield Av. b Locust and T., W. & 

W. R. R 
Hoch Fred, bar-keeper, 96 Columbia 
Hoch Wm. h e s Lafayette b Virginia and Wallace 
Hoch Wm. boiler maker, wks T., -W. & W. H. R. Shops 
Hochemeyer Ernst, laborer, h 208 Ewing 
Hockstetter Wm. laborer, h 163 W. Washington 
Hodge Chester P. teacher, h 261 W. Wayne 
Hofer Fred, machinist, wks J. C. Bowser & Co.'s 
Hofer Jonn, laborer, bds 61 E. Main 

Hoff Anton, laborer, h w s Wells north of Douglas, Bloomingdale 
Hoffer Isaac N. carpenter, h e s Harrison b Main and Pearl 
Holier John G. carpenter, h w s N. Cass b 1st and 2d, Bloomingdale 
Huffer Ro.sa, servant, 112 W. Jefferson 

Hoffman , h e s Hood b Pritchard and Noel 

Hoffman A. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 

Hoffman A. Ely, (J. R. Hoff.ain & Bro .) bd.s 161 W. Wayne 

Hoffman Annie E. bds 164 W. Wayne 

Hoffman Chas. harness maker, bds Phillips House 

Hoffii.au Cliiistian, fireman, bds Wm. O'lirian's 

Hoffman Elizabeth, servant, Adolph Goeriz's 

Hoffman Fred, shoemaker, bds n w c Webster and Jefferson 

Hoffman Henry, tinner, h w s Fairfield Av. b Locust aud T., W. & W 

Railroad 
Hoffman J. wke N. G. Olds & Soi:'a 



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HOFFMAN J. R. & BROS., (Jacob R., A. Ely & Wra. H.) 
Manufacturers of Sawed Chair Stuff, Band Saw Mills, and Dealers 
in Black Walnut Lumber, n w c Main and Van Buren. See Card, 
page 30 
Hoffman Jacob, carpenter, h s s Lasselle b Lafayette and Cass 
Hoffman Jacob R. (J. R. H. & Bros.) h 164 W. Wayne 
Hoffman John A. carpenter, h e s Force b Jones and Grant 
Hoffman M. gtave jointer, wks Schnelker, Beugnot & Co.'s 
Hoffman Martin, coachman, 40 E. Washington 
Hoffman Martin, tinner, bds John A. Hoffman's 
Hoffman Newton, millwright, h 190 W. Main 
Hoffman Peter, h 179 Clinton 

Hoffman Wm. H. (J. R, Hoffman & Bros.; bds 164 W. Wayne 
Hoffmann Chas. machinist, bds n w c Harrison and Jefferson 
Hoffmann Susan, servant, s w c Rockhill and Washington 
Hoffmeister Henry, cooper, n w c Wells and Douglas, Bloomingdale 
Hoffner Christian, bakery, s w c Harrison and Berry 

Hogan , watchman, wks O. D. Hurd's 

Hogan Fred, carpenter, bds Michael Hogan's 

Hogan Hugh, machinist, bds Gust. J. Boltz's 

Hogan Michael, yard boss, h e s Fairfield Av. b Colerick and Williams 

Hogan Patrick, laborer, h s s Bass b Hoagland Av. and Prince 

Hogan Samuel, watchman, h n e c High and Marion, Bloomingdale 

Hogan Timothy, laborer, h s w c Calhoun and Grand 

Hogling J. pattern maker, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. M&chine Shop 

Hohenstein J. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Hohenstein Leonard, tin ware and basket store, h 80 Barr 

Hohing David, fireman, h w s Fairfield Av. b Locust and T., W. & W, 

Railroad 
Hohing John G. machinist, h s s Duryee b Hoagland Av. and Fair- 
field Av 
Hohlihan Wm. coppersmith, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Hohnhaus Geo. bretver, bds John M. Riedmillet's 

Hohnhaus Peter, carpenter, h s s Wall west of Hood 

Hohnhaus Peter, piano maker, wks 41 Columbia 

Hokemeier Chas. laborer, h 311 W. Washington 

Holcher F. carpenter, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Holenbeck Fred, laborer, h e s Webster b Dawson and Williams 

Hollenbeck Wm. carpenter, h s e c Harrison and Highland 

Hollinger Alfred, carpenter, bds Ephraim B. Wartenbe's 

Hollinger E. carpenter, h 92 E. Jefterson 

Hollingsworth M. h 101 E. Berry 

Hollister A. J. cigar maker, h 17 W. Jefferson 

Hollmann Edward, stone mason, h n s Douglas west of Wells, Blooming 
dale 

Holman W. J. civil engineer, h n s Locust b Fairfield Av. and Pine 

Holmes Bayless, farmer, h n e c Clay and Wallace 

Holmes Geo. boiler maker, h n w c Hood and Noel 

Holmes Sarah, bds 224 W. Wayne 

Holsworth A. book-keeper 79 Columbia, li 152 W. Wayne 

Holt Benj. boiler maker, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Holt John, boiler maker, h 162 Broadway 

Holt T. boiler maker, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Holzwarth Eborhart, restaurant, nee Calhoun and Railroad 



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[HOU] 



DIRECTORF. 



HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YORK, 
HOME INSURANCE CO. OF COLUMBUS, O.. 7 E. Main; 

(jiraliaii. Si Ijotsliall, A<rciits 
Hon eier August, file cutter, bds Henry Meyer's 
Honieier Clias. h 28 W. Lewis 
Homeier C'hribtiua, widow, res Henry Meier's 
Houieier Fred, laborer, bds Henry Meier's 
Homeier Henry, carpenter, bds Henry Meier's 
Honieier liicdiard, file cutter, bds Henry Meier's 
Honieier Win. deputy marshal, h 28 W. J^ewis 
Homeyer F. machinist, wks J. H. Bass' 

Hom.-bcr li. F. engineer, h w s McClellan b Lewis and Rrackenridge 
Hondlieini Jacob, carpenter, h e s Pine b Locust and Taylor 
Hondheim John J. screw cutter, h w s McClellan b Lewis and Bracken- 
ridge 
Honick Henry, carpenter, h n s Montgomery b Clay and Lafayette 
Hontine J. helper, wks T., W. & VV. K. R. Shops 
Hood David B (Ewing, H. & Co.) bds Mayer House 
PLiod Mrs. L. te icher, bis H.inaa House 
Hood T. N. printer, T. S. Taylor & Co.'s, bds Mayer House 
Hood \Vm. K. book-keeper 132 Columbia, h 22(J W. Berry 
Hoover Abraham, carpenter, h 43 Clinton 
Hoover Mary, widow, h u s Fair b Cherry and River 
Hoover Wm. conductor, h 2-10 W. Jefferson 
Hope Hose Fire Co. No. 1, House a w c Clinton and Berry 
Hoppel Chas. h 8 Sturgis 
Hopple Janics, hostler, bds Ch;is. Hopple's 
Hoiiier I*, stave jointer, wks Schnelker, Beugnot & Co.'s 
HornuQg Jacob, h 17t^ Madison 
HORNUJMG JOHN GEO., Summit City Brewery, Brewer of 

Beer and laager leer, e s Harrison b Berry and Wayne 
Horstman Henry, carpenter, h e s Hanna b Grant and St. Francis 
Horstiueier Wm. carpenter, h 209 Ewing 
Horstmiie H. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 

llorstmirc L. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. tt C. R. R Carpenter Shop 
Horton K. A. deputy sheriff' bds Mayer House 

Horton Wm tailor and renovator, 1H4 Calhoun, bds American House 
Hoskmeicr C watchman, T. W. & W. R. R Simps 

Hosman C. painter, wks T., W. & W. R R. Shops 

Ho^tman Heury, painter, bds 86 W. Jtfforson 

Hosmeier W. carpenter, wks T., W. & W. R. ]\. Shops 

Ho.stmeyer Gottlieb, h s w c Broadway and VV^all 

Hostmeyer Henry, carpenter, h s s Wall west of Bro idway 

Hostmeyer Louis, carpenter, h s w c Broadway and Wall 

Hostmaii Christ, painter, h 84 W. Jefferson 

Hou(k Geo. stone ( utter, bds Union House 

Hdudcuchent John, laborer, h s s Front b Mechanics and Centre, west 
side 1 liver 

HOUGH JOHN, Attorney at Law, Land, Insurance and Loan Agent, 
Ofiice, 50 Calhoun; Residence, 121 W.Wayne 

Houghton L. S. traveling agent, h s s Berry b Monroe and Clay 

Houlihan John, laborer, h n w s T„ W. & W. R. R. Track west of Fair- 
field Av 



FORT WAYNE, [HUM] DIRECTORY. 119 

Houlihan John, policeman, h n s Chicago b Kansas and Fairfield Av 

Householder Ellen, dress maker, h e s Ijaftiyetta b Lasselle aud Buchanan 

Houser L\ polisher, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Houser H. laborer, wks Clark & Rhiuesmith's 

Houser John, teamster, h s e c Henry and Fairfield Av 

Housworth Kate, diess maker, h w s Barr b Washington aud Wayne 

Howard Chas. bar keeper, bds American Hou-^e 

HOWE SE'VING MACHINE, P. 8. Underbill & Co., Agents, 

70 Calhoun 
HOWES & BOOKWALTER, (David H. & Josiah B.) Manufac- 
turers aud Jobbers of Blinn's Patent Lap Window Shades, 49 Co- 
lumbia 
Howes David, (H. & Bookwalter) bds nee Main and Barr 
Howey Aaron B. tiuucr, res I.>aac Howey's 

Howey Isaac, engineer, h w s McClellan b Lewis and Brackenridge 
Howlaud Geo. bds Main Street Exchange 
Howley Thomas, blacksmith, h n e c Melita and Webster 
Hoxie H. solicitor, h 78 Madison 

Hoy James, farmer, h e s Lima Road ^ mile north of St. Marys River 
Hoy Wm. farmer, bds James Hoy's 
Hubbard A. C sewing machine agent, h 113 Wilt 
Hubbard Alex, sowing machine agent, bds 8 Harrison 
Hubbard Lida, bds nee Main and Barr 
Hubbard Mrs. Maria, bds nee Barr and Main 
Hubbell Mary E. res 77 \V. Wayne 
Huber George, butcher, h 173 Barr 
Huber Therese, servant, 138 E. Main 

Hubler Abraham, saloon, w s Broadway b Pritchard and N^oel 
Hudry Nicholas, carpenter, h 108 Montgomery 
Hueber Barbara, res Mattnias Strodel's 

Huesner Wm. carpenter, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Go's 

Hucstis Alex. C. (H. & Hamilton) li 203 W. Berry 

HUESTIS & HAMILTON, (Alex. C. H. & Montgomery H.) 
Wholesale Grocers, 83 and 85 Columbia. See Card, page 32 

Huff Mrs. Hiram, h s s Braudriff b Webster and Hoaglaud Av 

Hughes J. molder, wks Murray & Baker's 

Hughes James, laborer, h s s Walnut b Oakley and Fairfield Av 

Hutl Lewis 0. patent right dealer, res We^^ley Hull's 

Hull W. inventor aud dealer in patent rights, h n s Baker b Calhoun and 
Harrison 

Hullihan Wm. watchman, bds Eliza Beegan s 

Hulse Wm. machinist, wks J. C. Bowser & Go's 

Hults Wm. L. machinist, h 179 W. Wayne 

Humann Wm. (Bus.'^e & Co.) res Bloomingdale 

Humbert Alex, laborer, h s s Oak b Division and Walnut 

^lumbert Sarah, widow, res 204 Lafayette 

Humbrecht H. G. cigar maker, bds 54 E. Main 

Hume Miss S. J. teacher, bds T. Pickard's 

Humphrey Agnes, res 173 W. Berry 

Humphrey Geo. (Cochrane, H. & Co.) h 175 W. Berry 

Humphrey J. engineer, T., W. & W. R. R. Co 

Humphrey James A carpenter, bds 175 W. Berry 

Humphrey Jane, widow, h 173 W. Berry 

Humphrey M. H. boot manufacturer, bds 15 Madison 



120 FORT WAYNE [INE] DIRECTORF. 



Iluniphrcy IMartlia, res 173 W. Berry 

Huinphrey Mary, res 175 W. Berry 

HUMPHREY NOAH, Wholesale Boot and Shoe Manufacturer, 4 
Key.stuue Block, w s Calhoun near Columbia ; h 15 Madison 

Humphreys & Case, (Wm. S. II. & Willis W. C.) linseed oil, s w c Cal- 
houn and Canal 

Humphreys W. S. (H. & Case) h 78 Mont<:;omery 

Humstutz P. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. K. Hound House 

Huncher Fred. H. laborer, h s s 8d b N, Cass and JS. Harrison, Bloom- 
ingdale 

Hunsohe Fred, brewer, wks Bloominqdale Brewery 

Hunt Mrs. E. boarding house, n s Holman b Calhoun and Clinton 

Hunt Edward, laborer, h s w c Smith and Jones 

Hunt James, laborer, bds Edward Hunt's 

Hunt Patrick, laborer, bds Edward Hunt's 

Hunter C. W. n w c Wayne and Barr, h s e c Berry and Lafayette 

Hunting W. H. fin>man, h n s Henry b Hoagland Av. and Fairfield Av 

Hurd Chas. student, bds 142 W. Jeiferson 

HURD O. D., Manufacturer of Sash, Doors, Blinds, Moulding, 
Brackets, &c., n s Canal b Clinton and Barr; h 142 VV. JeflFerson 

Hurtzel J. machinist, wks J. H. Bass' 

Hurtzel V. machinist, wks J. H. Bass' 

Huser Barbara, servant, Fred. Eckard's 

Huser Lena, servant, 99 E. Wayne 

Huser Mary, servant, 151 W. Wayne 

Hutchinson James, sewing machine agent, h 196 Lafayette 

Hutchinson Thos. J. foreman, P., Ft. W. & C. 11. R., h 254 W. Wash- 
ington 

Hutchison , laborer, wks Ranke, Yergens & Co's 

Hutchison Van Renseliaer, fuller, h s w c J>Jelson and Jefferson 

Hutsel Daniel, porter, Aveline House 

H utter John, shoemaker, has Chicago b Calhoun and Harrison 

Hutzel J. machinist, wks J. C. Bowser & Co's 

Hutzel John, drivdr, h 191 W. Washington 

Hutzel Valentine, laborer, h s s Front b Cherry and River, w s River 

Huxford M. W. fruit dealer, h e s Lima Road ^ mile n of St. Marys River 

Hyer John, clerk 9 Main, bds 55 W. Wayne 



Iba Elizabeth, widow, h s e c Fairfield Av. and Colerick 
Iddings Hiram, Unite>l States Pension Agent, office s w c Main and Har- 
rison, res Kendallville 
Imbodde Harrison, cooper, h w s Fairfield Av. b Lavina and P., Ft. W. 

& C. R. R 
Inibody D. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 

loibody Harrison, h w s Fairfield Av. b Lavina and George 
IMMEL HENRY, Proprietor Eagle Bread and Cake Bakery, s s 
Pjerry opposite Court 

IMPERIAL INSURANCE CO. OP LONDON, Graham & 

Gotshall, Agents, 7 E. Main 
Ines G. engineer, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 



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INDIANA LAND AGENCY, John Hough, Proprietor, 50 
CalhouQ 

INDIANA STAATS ZEITUNG, John D. Saraighausen, Editor 

and Publisher, u e c Clinton and Columbia 
Insraham T. S. engineer, h 26 W. Lewis 

INSURANCE CO. OF NORTH AMERICA, Philadelphia, 

Pa , Graham & Gotshall, Auonts, 7 E. Main 

INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE CO., of New York, John 

Hough, Ageut. 50 Calhoun 
Irey Alfred K. clerk United States Express Co., h 194 Griffith 
Irey Sarah, widow, h 194 Griffith 
Irsig Win. laborer, wks Sehnelker, Beugnot & Go's 
IRWIN Dr. JOHN S., Cashier Merchants National Bank, and 

Irwin & Skinner, n w c Main and Calhoun; h 2-41 W. Main 
IRW?N & SKINNER, (Dr. John S. I. & Benj. D. S.) General 

Insurance Agents, n w c 31ain and Calhoun 
Irwin Thomas, h s w c Fulton and Jetferson 
Iteu Catherine, widow, h n s Buchanan b Lafayette and Cass 
Iten Francis, brass molder, h n s Buchanan b Lafayette and Cass 
Iten John C. carpenter, wks 85 E. Wayne, h 57 W. Water 
Ives Geo. T. fireman, h swe Lafayette and Montgomery 



Jabas Emile, bricklayer, bds 50 Columbia 

Jackeraeier Charlotte, widow, h 51 W. Jefferson 

J;ick.son John, machinist, h 105 Wilt 

Jackson Kirby, engineer, h s s Brackenridge b Harrison and Webster 

Jackson W. 'I', engineer, h s s JefFer-;on b Broadway and Van Buren 

Jacob Frederick, painter, h 68 W. Washington 

Jacob Peter, laborer, h 116 Madison 

Jacobs John H. (W. Jacobs .V Son) bds G8 W. Berry 

Jacobs W. & Son, (Wm. & John H.) bo.ts and shoes, as Calhoun near 

Columbia 
Jacobs Wm. (W. J. & Son) h 68 W. Berry 
Jacobson Mrs. Elkan, h 107 W. ^lain 
Jacobson Vigdor, clothing, e s Calhoun b Columbia and Main, h 54 W. 

Main 
JACOBY G., G. MYERS & CO., (^eo. J., Geo. M. & Sebastian 

Wiegand) Planing and Flooring Mill, iManufacturers of Sash, Doors, 

Blinds, Moulding-^ &c.. also Dealers in Rough and Dressed Lumber, 

cor A^irginiaand Monroe 
Jacoby Geo. (G. J., G. Myers & Co.) h s-w c Lafayette and Wallace 
Jaebker Fred, machinist, bds Edward Helmke's 
Jaeger August, carpet weaver, h e s Hood b Pritchard and Noel 
Jahn Nichol, tailor, h s s Pritchard b Broadway and Jackson 
Jahn Nicholas, carpenter, h 17 Hood 
James D. H. teamster, h e s Force b Samuel and Horace 
lames J. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. 11. R. Machine Shop 
James Jesse M. laborer, bds D. H. James' 
James Wm. tanner, wks Bracuchle & Cos 
James Wm., Sr. laborer, wks Braeuchle & Co's 

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122 FORT WAYiNE [JOH] DIRECTORY, 

Jasper Fred, laborer, h 140 Harrison 

Jasper Fred. W. carpenter, bds 51 W. Washin2;ton 

Jasper Rudolph H. carpenter, h 51 W. Wasliiiijj;ton 

Jautz (Mias. boatman, h s s High w of AVells, liloomingdale 

Jauiz Cllri^;t. laborer, h w s St. Mary's Av. s of High, Bloomingdalc 

Jifterds Oliver H (French, Hanua & Co.) h lo3 E. \Vashingtoa 

Jetlerds Tlios. L. bds 108 W. Main 

Jefiersun Street School Building, s w c Jefferson and Griffith 

Jeifries Susanna, widow, )i n e c Main and Broadway 

Jenison Mary A. widow, res 150 W. Washington 

JENISON WM. T., Attorney at Law and Notary Public, Office, 

4-4 Calhoun, up stairs ; h 150 W. Washington 
Jeukinson J. J. student, bds 2H5 W. Main 
Jennings Isabella, bds Sturgis House 
Jennings John, bds Sturgis House 
Jennings Maria, widow, bds Sturgis House 
Jennings Kachel B. bds Sturgis House 
Jenny Ct. laborer, h s e c Madison and Monroe 
Jerardot Joseph, stave cutter, h s s Taylor w of Broadway 
Jerman A. S., City Dye House, 57 W. Water 
Jerome Mrs. Ann, res Victoria Clark's 

Jerome J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Jetter John, brewer, bds John Geo. Hornung's 
Jick Mary, servant, 144 B. Washington 

Jillett Amelia, servant, w s Ewing b Washington and Wayne 
Jobst A. blacksmith, wks J. C. Bowser & Co's 
Jobst A. butcher, h 151 E Lewis 

Jobst Alex, laborer, h e s Cass b Bowser and Douglas, Bloomingdale 
JOCQUEL J. J., Dealer in Stoves and Hollow-Ware, and Manu 

facturer of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware, 170 Calhoun 
Jocqucl Louis, clerk, bds 170 Calhoun 
John David P. engineer, h 'AS Williams 
Johns A. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 
Johns A. L. saddler, res A. S Johns' 
JOHNS A. S., Manufacturer and Dealer in Saddles, Harness, Har 

ness Oil, Trunks, AVhips, &c., sec Harrison and Pearl 
Johns Andrew, laborer, h s s Jeflerson b Hanna and Francis 
Johns D. P. engineer, P., Ft. VV. k C. R. R. Co 
Johnsen Gustave, potter, wks Samuel Lillie's 
Johnson Isaac, helper, h s s Taylor b Oakley and Fairfield Av 
Johnson J. helper, wks P., Ft. VV. & C. R. 11. Bl icksmith Shop 
Johnson J. W. clerk 87 Columbia, bds Henry Stellhora's 
Johnson Lewis, teamster, h n w c Harrison and Main 
Johnson Lizzie, res 91 E. Main 
John,-on Mary A. widow, bds 112 E. Washington 
Johnson Phoebe A. waiter, Mayer House 
Johnson Rebecca, servant, 14G W. Berry 
Johnson S. teamster, bds 1 6 W. Lewis 
Johnson Theodore, laborer, bis Geo. Swain's 
Johnson Mrs. Thos. widow, h 91 E. Main 
Johnson Wni. A. carpenter, h n w c Union and Jeffijrson 
JOHNSTON WM., JR., (Durgin & J.) and General Agent of 
the American Life Insurance Co., 26 Court j bds Hamilton 
House 



FORT WAYNE [KAC] DIRECTORY. 123 



Jones Ambrose, bds Mary Jones' 
Jones Anna, bds 69 W. \Vayne 

Jones x\nna L. clerk 52 (Jalhoun, bds DeGroIT Nelson's 
Jones Chas. A. (D. W. Jones & Son) h 216 VV. Wayne 
Jones D. W. & Sou, (David W. & Chas. A.) job printers, Pearl b Cal- 
houn and Harrison, rear Keystone Block 
Jones David W. (D. W. J. & Son) h w s Bluffton Road, one-half mile 

south of Corp. Line 
Jones Eilward S. fireman, h s s Lewis b Calhoun and Harrison 
Jones P^nny, clerk, bds Hanna House 
Jones Frank, brakeman, bds Harmon House 

Jones Frederick, bds Albert Garrison's 

Jones Geo. W. notary public, n w c Main and Calhoun^ h s e c Jones 
and Nelson 

Jones Helen M. res Mrs. M. A. Carter's 

Jones Miss I. F. clerk 90 Columbia, bds Hanna House 

Jones John, machinist, h w s Fairfield Av. b Walnut and Taylor 

Jones Mary, widow, h s s Water b Harrison and Cass 

Jones Nancy, res Hugh M. Delhi's 

Jones Resin V. h 161 W. Washington 

Jones Sarah A. widow, h n e c Wayne and Jackson 

Jones Susan, milliner, res S. D. Bradley's 

Jones Thos. clerk T., W. & W. R. R. Freight Office, h w s Pine b Lo- 
cust and Taylor 

Jones Wm. H. attorney, bds Hamilton House 

Joost Albert, music teacher, 52 Calhoun, bds 22 W. Washington 

Jordan C. saloon, s s iMaumec Road b Elm and Ohio 

Jordan Fred, brakeman, h w s Fairfield Av. b Locust and Taylor 

Jordan Joseph, helper, wks John B. Comstock's 

Joslin Fred. W. (N. B. Young & Co.) bds Hanna House 

Joslin Wm. H. traveling agent 46 Calhoun, lids 35 Douglas Av 

JOSSE JOHN M., Physician and Surgeon, Office, over Wagner's 
Drug Sti.ire, w s Calhoun opp Court House ; h s e c Wells and 5th, 
Bloomingdale 

Judkins H. B. conductor, h 51 Baker 

Judt Maggie, servant, 131 W. Wayne 

Julian Leona, cook, Aveline House 

Julien Mary, waiter, Mayer House 
Jung Louis, cigar maker, bds 28 Hood 
Jupp Geo. carriage painter, h 128 .\ladisoa 



Kaag Fred, clerk 48 Calhoun, h n w c Harrison and Washington 

Kaag Jacob, saloou, w s Barr b Wayne and Berry 

Kaa<r iNlathias, bds Jacob Kaag's 

KABISCH JULIUS, Manufticturer of and Wholesale and Retail 

Dealer in Cigars, Tobacco, Smokers' Articles, &c., n s Main third 

door west of Calhoun 
Kabisch Louisa, widow, res Rudolph Kabisch's 

Kabisch Rudolph, butcher, 60 Calhoun, h n w c Polar acd Fairfield Av 
Rack Peter, carpenter, h 13 Hood 



124 FORT WAYNE [KEI] DIRECTORY, 



Kaeck Peter, carpenter, wks C. W. Allen's 

Kae.^tini:; Louis:', servant, Ct) W . Wayne 

Kai.-er Henry, boots and shoes, 15 E Main, h 125 Madison 

Kalb A. S. tiienian, h 97 Madison 

Kalbacher Andy, (Whiting & K.) h ss Wayne b Hanna and Francis 

Kaliker J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. II. R. Blacksmith i?hop 

KAMM J. J., Postmaster, Office, e s Court b Main and Berry ; h 
32 E. Main 

Kamp Geo. machinist, h n s Locust b Fairfield Av. and Pine 

K. mpe C. A. clerk GO Calhoun, h 25 W. Lewis 

Kaue Hannah, widow, res 50 W. Perry 

Kane James M. (James M. K. & Bro.) h 50 W. Berry 

KANE JAMES M. & BRO., (James M. & Patrick H.) Whole- 
sale and Betail Dealers in Notions, Fancy Goods, Toys, Jewelry, 
Cutlery, &c., 9 Calhoun 

Kane Patrick H. (James M. Kane & Bro ) bds 50 W. Berry 

KANNE F., Contractor and Builder and Dealer in Stone, Lime, Ce- 
ment, &c., n s Columbia b Parr and Lafayette ; li 33 Madison 

Kanne Henry, clerk 99 Columbia, bds 33 Madison 

Kaiming Fred, clerk, 86 Barr 

KANNING WM., Dealer in Groceries and Provisions ; also, Sa- 
loon, 86 Barr 

Kapp John, upholsterer, 52 Columbia, res Country 

Kappel Henry, laborer, h 180 E. Washington 

Kappel John, helper, h 180 E. Washington 

Karus ]N. 8. carpenter, h 12 W. Jefferson 

Karsting Sophia, widow, res Wm. Dochsteiner's 

Karta Fred, carpenter, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Go's 

Kaseu Nicholas, laborer, h 154 E. Washington 

Katt Henry, stone mason, h 245 E. Jefiersou 

Katt Kate, servant, 46 E. Jeficrson 

Kaufman Christian, core maker, h s w c Force and Herndon 

Kay Bcnj. machinist, wks T., W. & W. 11. JR. Shops 

Kayser Fred, shoe maker h s s Lewis b Lafayette and Clay 

Keagle Joseph, laborer, h n s Williams b Webster and Hoaglaad Av 

Keagle Kate, dress maker, h 12 W. Jefferson 

Kean J. M. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Round House 

Kearns E!i, res w s Old Piqua Road s of Maumee Road 

Keefe David, laborer, bds Eliza Beegan's 

Keegan James, machinist, bds 143 W. Washington 

Keegan P. H. engineer, h 147 W. Washington 

KEEL A. C, Proprietor Broadway Drug Store, s w c Broadway and 
Jefferson ; h 26 Wall 

Keekr Rev. Foster W. h 258 W. Jefferson 

Keifer Fred, laborer, h s w c Fairfield A v. and Locust 

Keifer Sophia, widow, h e s West b Pritchard and Noel 

Keif harbor Geo. laborer, h 84 Pritchard 

KEIL & BROTHERS, (D. S., F. W. k L. D.) Dealers in Books, 
Stationery, Wall and Window Papers, &c., 2 Phcenix Block, w s 
Calhoun b Main and Pearl 

Keil D. S. (K. & Urothcr.s) h 102 W. Berry 
Kcil F. W. (K. & Brothers) h 102 W. Berry 
Keil L. D. (K. & Brothers) h 102 W. Berry 
Keill Wm. boiler maker, h 52 Douulas Av 



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Keiser Deidricli, boatman, h 116 Broadway 

Reiser Geo. tailor, h 113 Broadway 

Keiser Henry, shoemaker, h 125 Madison 

Keiser Lisetta, servant, 175 W. Berry 

Keiser Sophia, servant, J. C. Davis' 

Keith Isaac, sawyer, wks J. R. HoiFman & Bros' 

Kelker Anthony, en<>;ineer, k 188 Griffith 

Kelker David, boarding house, s s Montgomery 2d door west of Lafayette 

Kelker Geo. W. foreman P., Ft. W. & C. R. K. Round House, h 125 

Francis 
Kelker Samuel, engineer, bds David Kelker"s 
Kellenberger Francis, widow, h 65 E. Wayne 
Keller Chas. carver, bds 146 Clinton 
Keller Chas. file cutter, h 224 W. Main 
Ke'ler Clara, ^ervant, 201 W. Rerry 
KELLER & CO., (Sebastian K., Michael Miseho & Frank Schilling) 

Steam l^ime and Sand Stone Works, n w c Griffith and Pearl 
Keller G. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 
Keller John, fireman, h n w c Lavina and Fairfield Av 
Keller John, laborer, h s s Montgomery b Barr and Lafayette 
Keller Joseph, cigar maker, h 146 Clinton 
Keller Sebastian, (K. & CJo. ) h 309 W. Washington 
Kelley Christopher, policeman, h 45 E. Washington 
Kelley Daniel, laborer, h 204 E Wayne 

Kel'ey Timothy, laborer, h n s BrandrifF b Webster and Hoagland Av 
Kellogg John S. fireman, h 145 E. Lewis 
Kelly A. molder, wks Murray & Baker's 
Kelly C. molder, bds Michael Fitzpatriek's 
Ivelly John, laborer, h s s Bass b Hoagland Av. and Prince 
Kelly John, laborer, h e s Harrison b Highland and Dawson 
Kelly Michael, laborer, h s s Walnut b Fairfield Av. and Oakley 
Kelly Michael, laborer, h s s Baker b Harrison and Webster 
Kelly Michael M. saloon, w s Calhoun b Baker and Chicago 
Kelly Patrick, laborer, h s s Walnut b Fairfield Av. and Oakley 
Kelly Thos. laborer, h w s St. Mary's Av north of High, Bloomingdale 
Kelly Timothy, laborer, h w s Hanna b Lasselle and Buchanan 
Kelly Wm. laborer, bds Michael Fitzpatriek's 
Kelly Wm molder, wks Murray & Baker's 
Kelsey Abner, constable, h 57 E. Berry 
KELSEY J. T., Daily Meat Market, w s Harrison b Pearl and Main ; 

h 149 W. Berry 
Kemp G. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 
Kerapf Wm. groceries and bakery, e s Wells opp High ; h s s High 2d 

house west of Wells, Bloomingdale 
Kendall Geo. brakeman, bds Harmon House 
Kendle J. carpenter, wks P., Ft. VV & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 
Kendle J. H. conductor, h w s Fairfield Av. b Locust and Taylor 
Keueman Fred, carpenter, h e s Hanna b Lewis and Hamilton 
Keulon M. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 
Kennedy Maiv, waiter, Aveline House 

Kenney M. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 
Kensey Samuel, barber, h n e c Wells and 2d. Bloomingdale 
Kcnsill John C. boiler maker, h w s Clay b Madison and Lewis 
Keoll John, laborer, bds L. C. Centlivre's 



120 FORT WAYNE [KIM] DIRECTORY. 

Keeper II. laborer, wks T., W. .t W. 11. R. Yard 

Kepler Goo. laborer, h w s Gay b Jones and (jrant 

Kepler Sabina, widow, h 140 W. IMain 

Iseplinper Jacob A. cnjrineev, b w s C'liicago b Kansas and Webster 

Keppler John, laborer, wks l^raeucble Si Co.'s 

Kerns L. II. carponter, N>ks T., W. Sc VV. K. 11. Shops 

KERR WM. J., Atturney at Law, Military Claim Accent and Notary 

l*uli!ic, Ufliee n w c Calhoun and Main ; h 148 E. Brrry 
Kessen Wni. laborer, h e s Clay b Wa.shingtou and Jcifersua 
Ke.«sler Jacob, (l>,eutz Sc K.) b 13 E. Main 
Kcsson N. helper, wks P., Ft. W. tSc C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 
KESTEL p., Apent .Etna Sewinp; Machine, and Dealer in and Re- 
pairer of Mu.^ical, Surgical and Dental Instruments, also Model 
JMaker, 74 Calhoun 
Kester Walter, fiienian, h s e c Rrackenridge and McCIcllan 
Ketcher Kniiiy, widow, h 200 E. Wayne 
Ketcher John, laborer, h 91 E. Lewis 
Ketcher Maggie, widow, b 91 E. Lewis 
Ketker Catharine, widow, h 178 Harrison 

Ketker Fred, blacksmith, h n s Lavina b Broadway and Fairfield Av 
Ketler Wm. carpeutei-, wks 85 E. Wayne 
Kettler Eliza, widow, h 203 E JefTerson 
KEUHER REV. JOHN, Pastor St. John's Lutheran Churcb ; 

h is;) W. Wa>hington 
Keyes Mary, waiter. Ft. Wayne Dining Hall 
Keys Adie B brakeman, h n s llolman b Calhoun and Clinton 
Kejs Elizabeth, widow, h s e c McClellan and Douglas Av 
Keys Jane, widow, b n s llolman b Calhoun and Clinton 
Keys Taylor, brakeman, b n s llolman b Calhoun and Clinton 
Keyscr Conrad, carpenter, bus 1st b N. Cass and N. Harrison, Bloom- 

ingdale 
Key>er Jacob. (Seybold k Co.) b n s E. Wayne near Ilarmer 
Keystone Block, s w c Calhoun and Columbia 
Kicliler Jacob, baker, bds Hedekin UoubC 
Kiefaber Geo. laborer, b 84 Pritchard 
Kiefer Christian, carpenter, h 19 Wall 
Kiefer Geo. h 19 Wall 
K icier George, Jr. carpenter, h 19 Wall 

Kiefer Henry, clerk 58 Columbia, h e s Barr b Lewis and 3Ijntgomery 

Kieffer F. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R 

Kiefharber G. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. li. R. Carpenter Shop 

Kicrkaft Lida, servant. 79 W. ^lain 

Kikly Frances, widow, h n s Chicago b Kansas and Fairfield Av 

Kile Jacob, fireman, b e s Broadway south of P., Ft. W. Si C. 11. R 

Kiley i^Iary, widow, h s s Colerick b Fairfield Av. and Prince 

Kilpore O. C. fireman, bds D. S. Warner's 

Killen Wm. blacksn)ith, h s w c Jones and Gay 

Kilpatrick Oscar, teamster, h n s 0th east of N. Calhoun, Bloomingdale 

Kilpatrick Thos. laborer, b n s Gth b N. Harrison and K. Calhoun, 
Bloomingdale 

Kiir.ball B. II. carpenter, b n e c West and Noel 

KimbiU Desdemona, widow, b 244 VV Berry 

Kimball Jjaura A. teacher, res B. II. Kimball's 

Kimball S. W. music teacher, b 71 Baker 



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Kimball Wm. P. carpenter, res B. H. Kimball's 

KimrDel Michael, laborer, h e s Hanna b Jones and HerndoQ 

Kiiicaid F. B. carpenter, h 160 Madison 

Kineaid Wra. fireman, h n w c Hanna and Montgomery 

King Carrie, seamstress, bds 152 E. Washington 

King Geo. E. machinist, h 68 Montgomery 

King Rachel, widow, h w s Clinton b Main and Berry 

King W. boiler maker, wks J. H. Bass' 

Kingsley Henry, conductor, h s w c Grand and Harrison 

Kingsley Robt. M. machinist, bds Maria Fletcher's 

Kinison Alex, carpenter, bds Bcrnhard Studer's 

Kinnaird Robt. machinist, h n w c Henry and Fairfield Av 

Kinnan John M. h w s Calhoun b Williams and Butler 

Kiunard Robt. machinist, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Kinnerk Maiia, servant, Michael Fitzpatrick's 

Kiusel Thomas, brakeman, bds Arthur Whitehead's 

Kinsell J. T. boiler maker, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Boiler Shop 

Kinsey & Forrest, (S. T. K. & Wm. F.) barbers, 92 Columbia 

Kinsey S. T. (K. ,t Forrest) res. Bloomingdale 

Kiutz Alexander, bricklayer, h s w c Cass and Doualas, Bloomingdale 

Kiutz C blacksmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Kiutz John, blacksmith, h es Hanna b Grant and Jones 

Kirbey J. fireman, T., W. & W. R. R 

Kirchner Ed. A. clerk 58 Columbia, bds 156 Harrison 

Kirehner Gottlieb ^V . store cutter, h 174 Ewing 

Kirkhoff Caroline, widow, h 123 Broadway 

Kirklaod John, livery stable, h n e c Barr and Washington 

Kirspie Chas. machinist, h s s Locust b Pine and T., W. & W. R. R 

Kischler Jacob, baker, bds Hedekin House 

Kiser Anton, tailor, h n s Jeifersoa b Jackson and Union 

Kiser Byron, clerk Peter Kiser's, bds 70 W. Wayne 

Kiser Chas. blacksmith, h s s High west of Wells, Bloomingdale 

Kiser Chas. carpenter, bds 70 W. Wayne 

Kiser Chas. pattern maker, wks J. C. Bowser & Co 's 

Kiser E. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 

Kiser Ellis W. clerk Peter Kiser's, bds 70 W. AVayne 

Kiser F. boiler maker, wks T., W. & W. R. R Shops 

Kiser Fred, tailor, 46 Calhoun, res Bloomingdale 

Kiser Peter, dry aoods and groceries, e s Calhoun b Main and Columbia, 
h 70 W. Wayne 

KLAEHN JOHN J., Manufacturer and Dealer in Furniture, Up- 
holstered Chairs, ,tc., 44 and 46 W. Main ; h s s Pearl b Harrison 
and Maiden Lane 

Klamath .Wm. laborer, h n s Brandriff b Webster and Hoagland Av 

Klee Catharine, h 126 Calhoun 

Klee John, painter, h 126 Calhoun 

Klein Peter, shoemaker, h n e c Francis and Lewis 

Kleiiiegces Henrietta, widow, h 176 Lafayette 

KLEINER JOHN, House and Sign Painter, Grainer and Paper 
Hanger, Shop and Residence, e s Griffith second house south of 
Jefferson 
Kleinschmidt Wm. saloon, 76 Calhoun 

Kleinsorge Herman, laborer, h n s High w of St. Mary's Av., Bloom- 
ingdale 



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Kleiikc Coiinid, laborer, bds 20'.> Kwini: 

Kli'jijier Henry, laborer, h s s Pritcliard b Broadway and Jackson 

Klett Jacob, clerk Clark 'k KhiiioMiiithV, h w s Hood b Pritcbard and 

r , Ft. w. ct c a. 11 

Kiev Fred, cooper shop, n s Main b Jackson and Edsall 

Klicbcr liarbara, widow, li n c c Hanna and Grant 

Klienniilicr Henry, policeman, h 55 Madison 

Kline Kred. clerk W. Jacob.s &, Son's, b s w c Stnrais and Fulton 

Kline J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. K. Machine ^hop 

Kline Jacob, •iroceric', 80 Columbia, h 12G E. Berry 

Kline Mary, cook, Hedekin }lou^e 

Kline I'cter, clerk 80 Columbia, bds 12G E. Berry 

Klinuenbcr.izer Cbri.st. teamster, h s w c Monroe and Lewis 

Klini^enbcruer John, laborer, h n s Charles b Clay and Monroe 

Kliniicr Henry, butcher, h s w c Fulton and Jefferson 

Kliiipcr Isaac, driver, h 229 W. Washington 

Kliniicr James E. hackman, bds Cluis. P. Fletcher'^ 

Klinuniaiin John, laborer, h e s Lafayette b Lasselle and Buchanan 

Klin'ke C. helper, wks T., W. & W. li. R. Shops 

Klinkenlerger J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. &, C. ii. R. Carpenter Shop 

Klix Hugh, grocer, h s s Main b ihoadway and Van Buren 

King Ceo. cabinet maker, bds Jobn Audies' 

Klug Ceo. shoe maker, h 1)1 Hanna 

King Martin, carpenter, h n s Wayne b Francis and Harmer 

Klussman Henry, clerk 1)9 Columbia, bds Henry Stellhorn's 

Klutz Daniel, clerk 101 Columbia, res John Baumanu's 

KNAPP I.. M. D.. D. D. S., Resident Denti^t, Office, s w c Co- 
lumbia and Calhoun, Keystone Block ; h e s Fairtield Av. south of 
Corp. Line 

Knapp ^V^ B. res Dr. I Knapp's 

Knecht Duniiuick, cabinet maker, li 24 W. Jefferson 

Knecht Frank, laborer, h s s High w of Wells, Bloomingdale 

Knecht Mary, servant, 226 V\ . Berry 

Knecht Pheua, servant, Sturgis House 

KNIGHT JOHN, Ceneral Subscription Book Agent, Office and 
Re.•^idence, w s Calhoun opp the Cathedral 

Knight Noel, teamster, bds James iNliner's 

Knight Thos. carpenter, bds Wm. Kniglit's 

Knight \\'ni. h e s Griffith b JefttM>on and George 

Knight Wm. carpenter, h s s Jjcwis b Jjafayette and Clay 

Knoder G. painter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Paint Shop 

Knoderer Geo. painter, h 220 Lalayette 

Knoll 11. machinist, wks T., W. ifc W. R. R. Shops 

Kuothe Chas. machinist, bds 51 E. Jcffer^on 

Knothc Julius A. (K. & Metier) h 51 E. Jefferson 

KNOTHE & METLER, (Julius A. K. & Peter M.) Manufactu- 
re! s (if W iiKJuw Blinds and Cigar Boxes, s w c Water and Lafayette 
Knowell Henry, machinist, bds 125 Van Bureu 

Knowles M. machinist, wks Murray cSi Baker's 

Knox Mary, bds 117 W. Wayne 

Koch Adam, laborer, h w s John b Jones and Grant 

Koch Anthony, helper, h 32 W. Lewis 

Koch Autou, laborer, h 29 W. Lewi.s 

Koch Christ, wagon maker, h n w c Brackenridge and W^ebster 



FORT WAYNE [KOR] DIRECTORY. 129 

Koch Christian, h 45 W. Jefferson 

Koch Christian F. machinist, bJs 45 W. Jeflfeisoa 

Koch Christina, widow, h 123 Lafayette 

Koch Eliza, servant, 241 W. Main 

Koch H. F. clerk 86 Calhoun, bds s w c Calhoun and Jeffers^a 

Koch John B. clerk, bds 123 Lafayette 

Koch Jrhn M. h s w c Calhoun and Jefferson 

Koch John VV. tailor, h 123 Lafayette 

Koch Lizzie, h 45 W. Jefferson 

Koch Maggie, notions, &e., w s Calhoun b Jefferson and Lewis 

Kochel Richard, engineer, bds \V. S. (learhart's, Bloomingdale 

Kochs Frank, machinist, h s s High w of Wells, Bloomingdale 

Kock Adam, wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Kock J. VV. tailor, h 123 Lafayette, cor Washington 

Koeble John G. saloon, (i8 Calhoun 

KOEGEL CHRISTIAN, Contractor, Carpenter and Builder, 
Shop and Residence, nee Broadway and Laviua 

Koehn VV'm. shoe maker, h 215 E. Jefferson 

Koehnlein Adam, butcher, h 186 VV. Main 

Koelin^ein Michael, laborer, h 175 W . Jefferson 

Koelle John, brewer, bds John Geo Horuani>;'s 

KOENIG REV. E., Pastor St. Paul's' Catholic Church ; h u e c 
Griffith and Washington 

Koenig Elizabeth, widow, re-; nee Washington and Griffith 

Koenig Racliel, widow, h w s Clinton b Main and Berry 

Koenig Therese, res nee Washington and Griffith 

Koester Bernard, tanner, bds John G. Koester's 

Koester Christian, h 169 Harrison 

Koester John, (Manok & K.) h w s Calhoun b Lewis and Jefferson 

Koester John G. grocer, w s Calhoun b Jefferson and Lewis 

Kohfuss Julius, machinist, bds 45 E. Main 

Kohlbach Margaret, servant, Julius Kabisch's 

Kohlbacher Adam, laborer, h 142 Madison 

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

Kohler Daniel, engineer, h s e c Holmau and Clay 

Kohlman Jacob, laborer, h 145 K. Jefferson 

Kohlman John, laborer, h 19 Montgomery 

Kohn Wm. sboe maker, h 250 E. Jefferson 

Kohnleiu Adam, butcher, h 186 W. Main 

Kohrmann Andreas, tailor, h s e c Clay and Washington 

Kohrmann Anton, tailor, h c s Clay b Washington and Jefferson 

Kohrmann Bernhard, drayman, h w s Mechanics b Walnut and Elm, w s 
River 

Kolb Geo. A. laborer, h 198 W. Wayne 

Kolb John A. chair maker, h 85 W. Jefferson 

Kolman Conrad, cupalo tender, h w s Marion b High and Bowser, Bloom- 
ingdale 

Knothc Julius, blinds and cigar boxes, h 51 E. Jefferson 

Koontz Mary, waiter, Hedekin Hou>^e 

Koop John, traveling agent, bds John Lingenfelser's 

Kop 31aria, widow, bds tienry Hoffman's 

Kopp Michael, molder, h s e c Wayne and Barr 

Koru John, shoe maker, h s w c Van Buren and Jefferson 
Kortrey Kunigunda, widow, h 86 Barr 



130 FORT WATNE [KRU] DIRECTORY. 



Kouns A. cnj^inecr, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 

KOVfiR O. J., Houpc, Ornamental and Sign Painter; also, Dealer 
ill J*;iiiits. Oils, A'ariii.slK'S, &c., n c Calhoun and Washington ; h s 
wc Harrison and Wat^liington 

Krabhont^c-hniidf. Edward, laLorer, bds 200 Barr 

Krack Anson, teanhster, h n e e liCwis and Division 

Krack Bonedit't, laborer, wks J. & K. Baker's 

Krack (ioo laborer, bds Anson Krack's 

Krack John Ceo. sawyer, wks J. tt K. Raker's 

Kradey John, bar keeper St. Nicholas, bds Con. Schenek's 

Kraesch Fred, blacksmith, bds n w c Gav and Joni'S 

Kraff C. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C K.'R. Boiler Shop 

Kraft Fred carpenter, h e s Lafayette b Virginia and W^dlace 

Kraft Fred, policeman, h n s Lewis b Division and Walnut No. 2 

Krah Christ, bricklayer, h e s Ewing b Wayne and Washington 

Kramer Bernhard, clerk, h 47 Madison 

Kramer Bernard, cutter 25 E. Main, h 47 Madison 

Kramer C. clerk 90 Columbia, bds n w c Lewis and Monroe 

Kramer Chas. laborer, wks jMrs. Samuel Huuna's 

Kramer David, fireman, bds Wm. Sesler's 

Kramer G. sawyer, wks Kanke, Yergeus & Go's 

Kramer Geo butcher, bds 139 Harrison 

Kramer Gottlieb, laborer, h suuth of the west end of High, Blooming 
dale 

Kramer John, slate roofer, h s s Wallace b Barr and Lafayette 

Kramer Martin, laborer, h 18 E. Wayne 

Kramer Mathias, laborer, h e s Lafayette b Creighton and Taber 

Kramer Peter, laborer, res w s Lima Road three-fourths mile n of City 

Kramer Sophia, servant, A. H. Hamilton's 

Kramer Wm. laborer, h 147 Madison 

Kramer Wm. molder, h n w c Lewis and Monroe 

Krannichfeld John, carpenter, h w s Gay b Hcrndon and Jones 

Kratzsch Chas. clerk 1U7 Columbia, bds H. Kratzsch's 

Kratzsch Herman, groceries, 84 Calhoun, h 177 Griffith 

Krauman Maggie, servant, 14G E. AVayue 
Krause David, butcher, res 92 W, Main 

Kreft Conrad, helper, h 59 Douglas Av 

Kress L laborer, bus Locust b Fairfield Av. and Pine 

Kress Maggie, servant, 44 W. Wayne 

Kress Micliael, laborer, h e s Pine b Locust and Tavlor 

Kretncr Caroline, widow, h w s Hood b Pritchard and Noel 

Krotner Joseph, wood turner, h G3 E. Water 

Kiick Harrison, miller, bds Wm. S. Gearhart's, Bloomingdale 

Krieg Geo. stone polisher, h w s Broadway b E'ritchurd and Noel 

Krimmel Christian, carpenter, h 51 Douglas Av 

Kroeger I5ernard, res Rt. Bev. John 11. Luers' 

Kroesch F. boiler maker, wks J. 11. Bass' 

Krone Elizabeth, h s s W. 4th w of Wells, Bloomingdale 

Kronmiller (ieo. laborer, h s w c Taylor and Oakley 

Kronmillcr Leonard, cooper, h w s N. Cass b 4th and 5th, Bloomingdale 

Kronncmcicr John, laboier, h s s W.4th w of Wells, Bloomingdale 

Krudop John B. (K., Mollering & Bro.) h s s Jeil'erson b Calhoun and 

Harrison 
Krull Kudolj)li, carpenter, h s w c Washington and Francis 



FORT WAYNE [LAH] DmECTORY. 13l 



KRUDOP, MOLLERING & BRO., (John B. K., Chas. M. 

& Wm. M.) Contractors and Builders, and Wholesale and Ketail 
Dealers in Stone, Lime, Cement, Plaster, &c., n s Columbia nr Barr 

Kruse Chas. clerk Krudop, Mollering & Bro's, bds 86 E. Jefterson 

Kruse D. A, carpenter, h w s Ewiug b Jeflerson and Washington 

Kruse E. carpenter, wks T., W. & W. B. B. Shops 

Kruse J^rnst, laborer, hs s Henry b Webster and Hoagland Av 

Kruse lienry, laborer, h 87 Montgomery 

Kruse John F. h n w c Hood and Wall 

Krusy Henry, carpenter, h n s Wayne e of University 

Kuhlman C. rnolder, wks J. C. Bowser & Co's 

Kuhue F. W. deputy County Auditor, h n s Jefferson fourth house west 
of Ewing 

Kunimcr Albert, polisher, h 97 W. Washington 

Kuukel E. B. machinist, h 140 E. Wayne 

Kunning Sophia, widow, h 97 Madison 

Kunlz Adam, butcher, h n w c Front and River, west side River 

Kuntz Geo. carriage trimmer, Thomas Stevens', res Bioomingdale 

Kuntz Jacob, machinist, h 254 W. Jefferson 

Kunz Geo. h e s Wells b 1st and 2d, Bioomingdale 

Kuuz J. machinist, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Kurutzel F. machinist, wks J. H. Bass' 

Kurtz Catherine, h s s Melita b Webster and Hoagland Av 

Kurtz Margaret, widow, h s s Melita b Webster and Hoagland Av 

Kutche Fred, carpenter, h 86 Barr 

Kuttner Joseph, carpenter, h 235 E. Jefferson 

Kyle A. I*. (A. P. K. & Co.) h 166 Broadway 

KYLE A. P. & CO., Pump Manufacturers and Repairers, 164 Broad- 
way, cor P., Ft. W. & C. R. R., and w s Calhoun opp Aveline House 

Kyle Wm. B. pump maker, bds 166 Broadway 

Kyser Fred, tailor, h w s N. Cass b River and 1st, Bioomingdale 

Kyser Geo. M. painter, h o s Webster b Brackcnridge and Baker 



Labcass John laborer, h 125 E. Lewis 

Labre C. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Ladd & Ksmond, (Warren L. & Goo. E.) commission merchants and flour 

dealers, 123 Columbia 
Ladd Warren (L. & Esmond) h 129 W. Washington 
Laehsing Josephine, servant, 116 Lafayette 
Lafa\ette De Bieutaisance Society, meeting rooms, 54 E. JNIain 
Laffin John, brakeman, h c s Hauna b Grant and St. Francis 
LaForce Place, corner Harmcr and Berry 
Lagemann Henry, laborer, bds 200 Barr 
Lager Joseph, tanner, bds nee Water and Clinton 
LaGras August, clerk, 44 Columbia 

LaGres Joseph, engineer, h s s Columbia b Barr and Lafayette 
Lahmeyer Haniel, carpenter, h 252 W. Jeffjrsou 
Lahnieyer John, carpenter, h 33 W. Lewis 
Lahmeyer Wm. carriagesmith, bds 33 W. Lewis 
Lahr C. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Round House 



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Send for pamphlet giving directions for its use, and containing 
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FORT WAYNE [LAR] DIRECTORY. ]33 



Lahr Eliza, servant, 84 W. Berry 

Laidlaw Peter, slate roofer, bds Walter Laidlaw's, west side River 
LAIDLAW WALTER, Slate Roofer and Dealer in Roofing Slate, 
Ofl&ce at B. W. Oakley & Son's, 79 Columbia ; res n s Columbia 
Road -I mile west of St. Marys River 
Lamalee T. fireman, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 
LaMar John, fireman, h 38 Wilt 
Lamb Chas. bds 123 E. Washington 
Lamb David, h s e c Butler and Fairfield Av 
Laniier D. carpenter, wks T., W, & W. R. R. Shops 
Lamier John, fireman, T., W. & W. R. R. Co 
Lamley Moses, (L. & Rosenthal) h 99 W. Wayne 

LAMLEY & ROSENTHAL, (Moses L. & Max R ) Manufactu- 
rers and Dealers in Cigars and Tobacco, and Dealers ia Smokers' 
Articles, 6 Keystone Block, w s Calhoun near Pearl 
Lammly John, pottery, n s Front b Cherry and River, h s s Front b 

Cherry and River, west side River 
LaMound Adolphus, molder, h e s Marion b High and Bowser, Bloom- 

ingdale 
Lampke Elizabeth, widow, h 19 W. Washington 
Lancaster Chas. laborer, wks A. C. Beaver's, bds J. Lancaster's 
Lancaster John, machinist, h s s Williams opp Prince 
Landers Ague?, servant, 96 E. Main 
Landis Mattie, widow, h 53 Columbia 

Landgraf John, laborer, h s s Lasselle b Lafayette and Cass 
Landsman Fred, laborer, h w s N. Cass b River and 1st, Bloomingdale 
Lane John W. janitor. Fort Wayne College 
Lang Amelius J. clerk 105 Columbia, bds Mayer House 
Lang Augustus J. clerk Weisser .*c Eckart's, h 69 Douglas Av 
Lang Edward, forem.in job room Democrat Office, bds 68 Douglas Av 
Lang Geo. barber, e s Calhoun b Main and Columbia, res Bloomingdale 
Lang Henry, clerk s w c Broadway and Jeff"erson, bds 26 Wall 
Lang Leonard, engineer, h s s Bass b Prince and Fairfield Av 
Lang Peter, laborer, h s s Pritchard b Broadway and Jackson 
Langard Joseph, saloon, 12 e s Clinton b Main and Columbia 
Lange Prof. Rudolph, teacher at Concordia College 

Lange Wm. clerk 103 Columbia, bds w s Harrison b Wayne and Wash- 
ington 
Langer F. molder, wks J. C. Bowser & Co's 
Langlev John, farmer, h s w c Hoagland Av. and Bass. 
LANGOHR ANDREW J., Proprietor Broadway Bakery and Ice 

Cream Saloon, e s Broadway b Jeti'erson aud George 
Langohr John, teamster, h w s Wells n of Douglas, Bloomingdale 
Lanigan Patrick, laborer, h s e c Broadway and P., Ft. W. & C. R. R 
Lankeman F. carpenter, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 
Lrinkenau August, printer, bds 82 W. JeS"erson 
Laiikenau Henry, printer, bds 82 W. Jefferson 
Lankenau Henry J. printer, h 82 W. Jefferson 
Lapley Christian, carpenter, h s w c Webi^ter and Grand 
Lapley Christopher, laborer, bds Christian Lapley's 
Lapp Henry, baker, h 60 W. Washington 
Larch Frank, baker, bds Henry Immel's 

Large Rev. Joseph S., Rector Trinity Church, bds Hamilton House 
Larrabee Thos. fireman, h e s Barr b Lewis and Montgomery 



131 FORT WAYNE [LAZJ DIRECTORY. 



Larson Lars, (Miller & L.) b.ls 76 W. Berry 

LmIxuc Victoriii. widow. 1i 200 I^]. Wayne 

LARWILL JOHN S., .Mann-or Fort Wayne Agricultural Works, 

north end Calhoun ; bds Hamilton House 
Lau MaL'Liic, clerk 94 Calhoun, h s w e Washiniiton and Calhoun 
Lau Soj)hia, milliner, h s w c Calhoun and Washinj:;ton 
Lau Susan, (>L Shilling- & Co.) h s w c Calhoun and Washington 
Lau Tho.s. car] enter, h s w c Calhoun and Washington 
Lauhschcr Ludwig, draughtsman Sutcrmcister tfc Becker's, bds Hedekin 

House 
Lauer Benedict, (Scheie & L.) h 15 E. Wayne 
Luucr Conrad, h s s Maumee Road e of Elm 
Laucr Ferdinand, butcher, h 161 B. Jefferson 
Lauer Fred, sausage maker, h 161 E. Jefferson 
Lauer Ilcnry, bricklayer, h s s Nirdliiiger Av. w of Broadway 
Lauer Henry, carpenter, bds Chas. Wuida's 
Lauer Jesse, carpenter, h n c c John and Jones 
Lauer John, laborer, h 140 Columbia 
Jjauer John, laborer, h n s Taylor w of Pine 
Lauer P. mol-ler, wks J. IL Bass' 
Laucr Paul, grocery, h s w e Barr and Jefferson 
Lauer Peter, hiborer, h n s Washington b Francis and Harmer 
Lauer W. laborer, bds Chas. Walda's 
Lauer W. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 

Laufcrty A. S. clerk 7 Keystone Block, bds 75 W. Berry 
Ivauferty Alex, clerk Lauferty & Bro's, bds 75 W. Berry 
LAUFERTY & BRO., (Isaac & Max J.) Merchant Tailors, 
Clothiers, and Dealers in Gents' Furnishing Goods, sec Columbia 
and Calhoun 
Laufcity Isaac, (L. & Pro.) h 75 W. Berry 
Lau'erty Max J. (L. & Bro.) h 95 VV. Wayne 
Laughlin Laurence C machinist, h 49 E. Lewis 
Laughman W. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. i^ R. Blacksmith Shop 
Laukart Cassimer, laborer, wks Samuel Lillie's 

Laula Jane, waiter, n w c Calhoun and AVa^ne 

Lauman E. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

i.aur J. helper, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Laurent Anthony, (J Laurent &■ Son) h 27 Barr 

Laurent John, (J. L & Son) h 27 Barr 

LAURENT J. & SON. (John & Anthony) Wholesale Dealers in 
Foreign and Domestic Wines and Liquors, and Manufacturers of 
Mineral Water, 25 and 27 Barr 

Lavanway l^uke, (Cody & L.j h n s Front b Cherry and River, w s River 

Lavensky Harmon, clerk, bds 54 W. Miin 

Law John P. boarding house, n 8 Water b Harrison and Cass 

Law Wm. clerk Hugh McKce & Co.s 

l^awronce Asa, clerk County Auditor's Office, h 75 Baker 

Lawrence E. E. conductor, h ;55 Douglas Av 

Ijiiwrcnce Pliny, clerk City Engineer's Office, bds 22 E. Washington 

Lawrence Wm. T. clerk 90 Columbia, h s s Lewis b Calhoun & Harrison 

Lawsou Cathaiine, widow, h e s Webster b Highland and Dawson 

Lawtou Geo. J), bds 99 W. Water 

Layman Jacob, carpet tcr, h 48 Williams, cor Webster 

Lazzarini A. painter, h 2,S3 E. Jefferson 



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Leach Edward, carpenter, h w s Fairfield Av. b Walnut and Taylor 
Leach J. T. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Boiler Shop 
Leach James, rnachiaist, h s s Holman b Clay and Monroe 
Leach John, fireoian, h s s Butler b Hoaiilaud Av. and Fairfield Av 

Leach John S. carpenter, bus Poplar b Fairfield Av. and Oakley 
Leach John T. collar maker, bds James Leach's 

Leach Wra. attorney, bds James Leach's 

Leach Wm. boiler maker, wks T., W. & \Y. R. R. Shops 

Leaders Julius, tanner, h s s W. 4th west of Wells, Bloominpjdale 

Lederman Chas. cigar maker, bds 103 VY. Main 

Lederman H. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. K. R. Boiler Shop 

Lee H. W. clerk P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Freight Office, h 21 Holman 

Lee Israel, assistant foreman P., Ft. W. & C R. R. Car Shop, h 228 E. 
Lewis 

Leeser Chas. (Sander. L. & Co.) h n s Wall b Hood and Morrell 

Leeser Frank H. shoemaker, h n s Wall b Broadway and Hood 

Leeser Henry, teacher, h 196 Barr 

Leeson John, machini-t, h 143 VV. Washington 

Leeson Ihomas, machinist, bds 143 W. Washington 

Leffler Henry, h 06 W. Jefferson 

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

Lehenke Dora, widow, res Fred. Lehenke's 

l>ehenke Fred, machinist, h n s Chicago b Kansas and Fairfield Av 

Lehm Casper, helper, h w s Hanna b Lasselle and Buchanan 

Lehman Chas. lumber, &c., n s Berry b Clay and Monroe, h 129 E. 
Washington 

Lehman J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Lehman Jacob, Jr. laborer, h n w o Williams and Webster 

Lehman S. H. tinner, h n s Lewis b Calhoun and Harrison 

Lehmann Jacob, h n s Williams b Webster and Hoaglaud Av 

LclrBann John, painter, h 218 E. Washington 

Lehneke Fred, machinist, wks Murray & Baker's 

Lehr Geo. P. laborer, h 100 E. Washington 

Lehr J. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. iC R. Round House | 

Lehr J. plasterer, h 171 Clinton 

jjchr Susanah, widow, h 77 W. Jefferson 

Lehrman John, helper, bds nee Barr and Holman 

Lcib Henry, plasterer, h 77 Madison 

Leibmauu Ivhinehold, shoemaker, bds 84 E. Wayne 

Ijcichner Chas. bar-keeper, 120 Columbia 

Leichuer John, saloon and restaurant, 120 Columbia 

Leichuer Reiuhard, res 120 Columbia 

Leiuhner Wm. bar-keeper, 120 Columbia, h e s Wells b St. Mary's and 
1st, Bloomiugdiile 

Leifels J. J. leader Leifels' Band, h n e c Burr and Holman 

Leinker Anna, widow, h w s St. Mary's Av. south of High, Blooming- 
dale 

Leinker Ernst, res Henry Leinker's, Bloomingdale 

Leinker Henry, carpenter, h s w c Marion and Bowser, Bloomingdale 

Leman J. painter, wks T., \V. & W. R. R. Shops 

Leuecke Fredericka, servant, 85 E. Lewis 

Lenhardt H. helper,' wks P., Ft. VY. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 

Lenkehle C. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Lenker Henry, cabinet maker, wks 52 E. M;iin 



136 FORT WAYNE [I^IN] DIRECTORY. 

Lenncn Anna, widow, h 97 W. Washinp;ton 

liOiinen Edward, blacksmith, bds 97 W. NVashinc^ton 

JiOmicrt Jcilin, carpouter, h s s Wasliiniiton b Clay and Lafayette 

JiCnotkcr John, brakonian, li n w c Jjalayette and Holmaa 

Leutz Mary, servant, 'J.3i W. Washington 

Lcnz Joseph, helper, h c s Gay b Jones and Grant 

Leonard Henry, laborer, h w s Broadway south of Nirdliniror Av 

Leonard J. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. K. R. Carpenter Shop 

Lconaid P. M. physician, w s Calhoun near Main, h s s Lewis 2d door 

east of H; rrison 
Leouhardt August, cooper, wks Henry Iloffiiicister's, Bloomingdale 
I^opcrd C. stave jointer, wks Kaiike, Yeruen^ it Co.'s 
Lcplc Gottlieb, laborer, h s s Duryee b Hoagland Av. and Fairfield Av 
Lepley C. carpenter, wks P., Ft W. & C. K. l\. Carpenter Shop 
Lepley C. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 
Lcpper Fred, cabinet maker, bds 240 E. Jefferson 
Lcppor Henry, cabinet maker, h 240 E. Jefferson 
Leppert August, laborer, h 93 W. Water 
Lester Janles, machinist, bds 146 W. Jefferson 
Lenders Julius, tanner, res .Bloomitigdale 
Leuthuer Elizabeth, widow, h 173 E Washington 
Leutz Fred. (L. & Kesslor) h 13 E. Main 
Leutz & Kesslor, (Fred. L. & Jacob K.) saloon, 13 E. Main 
Levauway Louisa, servant, 57 W. Water 
Levi August, peddler, h 07 W. Main 
Lewcllen Thos. laborer, bds 24 Buchanan 
Lewis B. A., Ft. Wayne Dye Works, 55 W. Water 
Lewis David, drayman, h 92 E. Main 

Lewis Edmond, stave jointer, wks Sehnelker, Beugnot & Co.'s 
Lewis Edward, physician, h n e c ^hliu and Barr 
Lewis Ira, carpenter, res e s Jjima Road |- mile north of city 
Jjichtsiun Wm clerk 98 Barr 

Licof John, butcher, w s Barr b Wayne and Berry 
Licof Nicholas, laborer, h 23 Hood 
Lidge Mary, widow, rooms w s Harrison opp Columbia 
Lidolph Eliza, widow, h s s S'urgis west of Fultoc 
Lichelt A. saloon, s w c Calhoun and Jefferson 

Liebley Christian, laborer, h n s Henry b Hoagland Av. and Fairfield Av 
Liclmiann I'^rnst. carpenter, bds 15(5 Harrison 

LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA, Home Office, St 

Louis, Mo.; Ft. Wayne District, S. T. & H. T. Hanna, Managers. 

Office e s Court opp Court Hou-e, one door north of Post Office 
Liggel James, carriage maker, bds Main Street p]xchange 
Ligget R. A. (A. D. Reid & Co.) bds Main Street Exchange 
Lillie Geo. W. student, bds 293 W. Washington 
LILLIE JAMES, Dealer in Lime, Cement, Plaster, Coal, Salt, 

J>ath, Plastering Hair, &c., n w c Calhoun and W. & E. Canal 
Lillie John, Jr. assistant book-keeper 83 Columbia, bds A. S. Jernian's 
Lillie John, Sr. lime, &c., h 293 W . Washington 
IJllie Mary, toll-gate keeper, Maumee Road near Corp. Line 
Lillie Samuel, pottery and drain tile, s s Maumee Road near E. Corp. 

Line 
Limccooly Frederick R. policeman, h n w c Harrison and Wayne 
Lincoln Chas. helper, h n s Holman b Lafayette and Clay 



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Lindeman Henry, carpenter, h 108 Wilt 

Liudemann Daniel, teacher, bds 234 W. Washington 

Lindeniann Wm. stone mason, h n s Lavina b Broadway and Fairfield Av 

Lindenberg C. machinist, wks J. C. Bowser & Co.'s 

Lindenberg Frederick, policeman, h n s Lewis b Webster and Ewing 

Liuderman H. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 

Lindlag Chas. W. h s e c Ewing and Washington 

LINDMAN & RUBIN/(Mas Rubin) New York Sample Room, 

Dealers in Cigars, Tobacco, Wines, &c., nee Calhoun and Main 
Line Anna E. dress maker, bds A, R. MeCurdy's 
Ling G. W. fireman. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R 
Lingeufelser Emil, (H. Lingenfelser & Bro.) h s s ^ ashington near cor 

Barr 
Linii'eufelser H. (IL L. & Bro.) h ? s Washington near cor Barr 
LINGENFELSER H. & BRO., (Henry & Emil) Manufacturers 

and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, 

&c., 51 E. Main 
Lingenfelser John, trunk maker, h s s Washington b Barr and Lafayette 
Lioinger Peter S. laborer, h e s Gay opp Samuel 
Link Adam, general agent DeGroif, Nelson & Co.'s, res on Huntington 

Road, 2^ miles west of city 
Link Adam, clerk, bds 46 Nelson 
Link Geo. carpenter, h 234 E. Jefi'erson 
Link Robt. fireman, T., W. & W. R. R 
LINKER, HAY & CO., (V. L., A. A. H. & Anthony Dreyer) 

Proprietors Star Brewery, u w c Monroe and Wayne 
Linker Henry E. (F. Eckart & Co.) h e s Barr opp Market House 
Linker V. (L., Hay &. Co.) h n w c Monroe and Wayne 
Lintz Delia, widow, h w s McClellan opp Douglas Av 
Liutz E. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. H. Carpenter Shop 
Lintz J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 
Lintz John A. laborer, bds 146 E. Wayne 
Lintz Martin, res Delia Liutz's 
Lintz Sophia, servant, 235 W. Main 

Liutze J. H. helper, wks P., Ft. \\ . & C. R. R. Machine Shop 
Lip king Chas. H. clerk, h 33 W. Jefferson 
Lipsett Wm. conductor, h 202 E. Lewis 

Lising W. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R Blacksmith Shop 
Litot Geo. A. miller, h w s Lima Road J mile north of city 
Little Alfred, painter, h 204 Lafayette 
Little Geo. laborer, h n w c Rockhill and Wilt 
Little Geo. L. h 145 W. Water 
Little Rev. Geo. 0. h 87 W. Berry 
LOAG GEORGE W., Resident Dentist, Office, 106 Columbia, 

2d floor ; h 91 E. Main 
Lockland G. W. machinist, wks J. H. B:i>,s' 
Locklin S. W. millwri-ht, h 102 Francis 

Logan Lott A. carpenter, h w s ll unison b Highland and Dawsoa 
Logan Wm. blacksmith, h n s B.ikei- b tlarri.^ou and Webster 
Lohmeier Henry, .irayman, h t- e o Muiinic and Montgomery 
Lomas Chas., Jr. brass mulder, 48 ij^ Mini 
Lombard Jos. insurance agent, bds liedekiu House 
Lomont A. molder, wks J. C. Bowser &, Co's 
Luuergan Margaret J. widow, h l.i8 M;nii-on 

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138 FORT WAYNE [LUN] DIRECTORY. 



JiOng Ella A. physician, w s Calhoun b Berry and Wayne, bds Main 

Street Exchange 
Long llattic, widow, h n 8 Wilt b College and Nelson 
Long J. C. conductor, h n s Williams b Harrison and Calhoun 
Long John, clerk 48 Calhoun, h n s Alaiu b Calhoun and Harrison 
Long jNIason C. farmer, res S. IL Lehman's 
Long P. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. k C. K. 11. Eound House 
Loughenry Ernst, file cutter, h 81 E. Wayne 
Loog Wm. carpenter, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co's 
Loomis W. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 
Loomis Wra. boiler maker, h w s Calhoun s of Butler 
Loos Henry, laborer, h w s Lafayette opp St. Francis 
Loose B. machinist, wks J. H. Bass' 
Loose H. machinist, wks J, H. Bass' 

Loose L. H. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. E. Carpenter Shop 
Lorbaugh E. machinist, wks T., W. & W. li. B. Shops 
Lordier Auguste, saloon, 5 Clinton 

Lordier Philip, shoe maker, 4 JCeystone Block, res Bloomingdale 
Lose L. H. carpenter, h 43 Douglas Av 
Loucks Amo?, brakeman, bds 155 Francis 
Lower Ferdinand, butcher, h IGl E. Jefferson 
Lowrie Harvie C. engineer, bds 1G6 W. Wayne 
Lowrie Hetty D. widow, h 106 W. Wayne 
Lowrie Rev. James Gibson, bds 106 W. Wayne 

Lowry Milton J. fireman, bds 93 E. Jefferson 

Lowry Eobt., Judge Circuit Court, h 249 W. Main 

Loyer Stephen, laborer, h e s Hanna b Grant and St. Francis 

Lucke Christian, laborer, bds 200 Barr 

Lucke Henry, laborer, h w s Barr n of Water 

Lucker Geo. laborer, h 88 Madison 

Ludlow Hattie, dress maker, h 23 W. Jefferson 

Ludlum S. S. contractor, bds Aveline House 

Luebking Chas. H. clerk 130 Columbia, h n w c Harrison and Jefferson 

LUERS RIGHT REV. JOHN H., Bishop of Fort Wayne, 
Residence, w s Clinton b Jefferson and Lewis 

Luhraann Fred, laborer, h s s High w of Wells, Bloomingdale 

Luhmann Wm. tailor, h s s High w of Wells, Bloomingdale 

Luken Herman, laborer, h n s Jefferson b Francis and Harmer 

Lukens Alf. T. book-keeper Ft. Wayne Gazette, bds Sturgis House 

Luley F. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 

Luley F. J. pattern maker, h n s Jefferson b Clay and Monroe 

Luley Frank, core maker, h s e c Hanna and Jones 

Luley Gertrude, widow, res Frank Luley's 

Luley Philip, molder, h e s Hanna b Grant and Jones 

Luly Frank, molder, wks Murray & Baker's 

Lumas C. molder, wks Murray & Baker's 

LUMBARD & CRANE, (Sanford L. & Geo. D. C.) General In- 
surance Agents, Office, 13 E. Main, up stairs 

LUMBARD L., Agent Grover & Baker Sewing Machine Co., Office, 
14 W. Berry ; bds Mayer House 

Lumbard S. C. insurance agent, 13 E. Main, h 101 W. Main 

Lumbard Sanford, (L. & Crane) h 101 W, Main 

Lumont Edward, clerk, H. C. Wagner's 

Lundy John, laborer, h s s Wallace b Lafayette and Barr 



FORT WAYNE [McC] DIRECTORY. 139 

Luxenberg Louisa, servant, 233 VV. Berry 

Luxenburger Philip, helper, h n w c Taylor and Pine 

Lyckoff N. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. E. R. Round House 

Lyle J. machinist, wks J. H. Bass' 

Lyles John, blacksmith, h 76 Madison 

Lynch J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. k C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Lynch John, blacksmith, h e s Hoagland Av. b Grand and Melita 

Lynch John, foreman, h w s Laftiyette b Wallace and Hamilton 

Lynch John, laborer, h 212 Lafayette 

Lynch John E. grain cradle maker, bds 103 W. Main 

Lynch Matt, laborer, h s s Bafes b Hoagland Av. and Prince 

Lynch Thos. boarding house, w s Kansas b Grand and Melita 

Lynn Lewis, policeman, h 197 W. VVashington 

Lyons J. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Lyons Lizzie, bds 176 E. Berry 

Lytle Chas. M. with Ewing, Flood & Co., bds 146 W. Berry 

LYTLE WM., Attorney at Law, Residence, UQ W. Berry 

McAflferty Matt, chambermaid, Main Street Exchange 

McBeunet Francis, carpenter, bds 66 Wilt 

McCaffrey Thos. laborer, h 24 Montgomery 

McCafry John, h s s Lewis b Barr and Lafayette 

McCain Margaret, widow, h 64 E. Jefferson 

M.'Callistcr Daniel, carpenter, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Go's 

McCann James, laborer, bds Jos. McDeru)ot's 

McCann John, policeman, h s s Grand b Webster and Kansas 

McCarthy Dennis, fireman, h s s Wallace b Lafayette and Clay 

McCarthy Patrick, laborer, h s w e Colerick and Hoagland Av 

McCartney JOHN, sheriff Allen Co., office, in Court House; 

res at Jail, north eud of Calhoun Street 
McCartney Peter, saddler, h 47 E. Water 
McCarty Daniel, laborer, h n e c Broadway and T., W. & W. R. R. 

Track 
McCarty P. laborer, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Yard 
McCauley Ella A. bds 229 W Washington 
McClain Maggie, seamstress, wks ModerwcU & Fowler's 
McClellan Quinby, brakemau, h n w c Lafayette and Holm >n 
McClure i). B millwright, h s s Jefforsou b Van Baren and Jackson 
McConnell A. J. bridge builder, h n e c Brandriff and Hoagland Av 
McConnell August, laborer, wks Schnelker, Beugnot &, Co's 
McConnell Vlark, brakeman, bds 91 E. Washington 
McConnell Minnie, clerk, 94 Calhoun 
McCord Geo. S. carpenter, h 191 Ewing 
McCoy C. G. brakeman, h a w c Francis and Lewis 
McCue Morris, hostler, bds w s Harrison opp Columbia 
McCuUoch Chas. (Allen Hamilton & Co.) h west eud of Water 
McCulloch F. H. (McC. & Richey) h 168 W. Berry 
Mcculloch & richey, CF. H. McC. & Amos R.) Dealers 

in Hardware, Tinners' Stock, Agricultural ImpiemeuLs, Mechanics' 

Tools, Stoves, &e., 87 Columbia 



140 FORT WAYNE [McK] DIRECTORY. 

McCulloch Ilu-rli, (Allen Ilamiltou & Co.) res Wa.slungton City, D. C 
iMoCullou-li J.is. clerk !) t Calhoun, bds n w c Ilanisau and Douglas Av 
McCULLOUGH T. P., Physician aod Surgeon, Office, 8 \V. 

Ijcny ; h a w c Harrison and Douglas Av 
McCurdy Alox. farmer, h w s Lafayette s of Suttenfield 
McCurdy Andrew K. clerk 103 Columbia, h w s Webster b ^Yayne and 

M'ashingtun 
AlcDanold K. H. clerk 123 Columbia, bds Mayer House 
McDerniutt A. P. tinner, bds s e c Douglas Av. and McClellan 
McDerniott Jas. brass mulder, h e s Calhoun b Wallace and Hamilton 
31ci>ermutt Jos. blacksmith, h s e c Walnut? and Maumee lioad 
31ci)criuut Nancy, widow, h 30 E. Wayne 
McDermut Wil.suu E. printer, h 30 E. Wayne 
jNlcDole John, machinist, h 79 Montgomery 

McDonald Catherine, widow, res John Sculley's i 

McDonald Ceo. butcher, bds Henry E. Liuker'a 
McDonald J. B. bricklayer, h 173 Ilolman 

McDonald Juhanna, widow, h s s Baker b Calhoun and Harrison 
.McDonald 11. T. (A. S. Evans & Co.) bds J. B. },iirDona\d's 
McDornian Mary, widow, h 115 Barr 

McDOUGAL JOHN, Importer and Dealer in Carpets, Oil Cloths, 
luigs, Mats, Curtain Coods, House Furnishing Goods, etc., 75 Co- 
lumbia 
^McDowell Geo. F. brass finisher, -18 E. Main, h s s Grand b Harrison 

and Webster 
McEltatrick Edward, grain cradle maker, h 103 W. Main 
McElfatrick Josiah 11. carpenter, h n e c Ewing and Washington 
McElligut Pliiiip, brakeman, bds 21 Holmun 

McFee Win. (Cochrane, Humphrey & Co.) h n w c Jefferson and Nelson 
McGee Patrick, city marshal, office, in City Hall, h s e c Main and Har- 
rison 
McGinuis Leauder, blacksmith, h n w c N. Harrison & 1st, Bloomingdale 
McGoveu Thos. blacksmith, h e s Calhoun s of Butler 
McGowan Hugh, boiler maker, h w s Lafayette b Wallace and Ilamiltou 
McGowan J. boiler maker, wks P., Ft. W. & C. 11. K. Boiler Shop 
McGowan iMichael, boiler maker, h es Lafayette b Virginia and Wallace 
McGrady David, brakeman, bds Wm. McGrady's 
McGrady Wm. plasterer, has Madison b Clay and Monroe 
JNIcCrain Thos. laborer, bds Felix Herbst's 
McGiath T. helper, wks P., Ft. W. ct C. K. R. Paint Shop 
McGraw Thos. laborer, bus Bass b Hoagland Av. and Fairfield Av 
McGuire Owen, telegraph repairer, h n s Baker b Calhoun and Harrison 
McGuire M. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 
McGuire Mary, servant, Neil McLachlan's 
i\lcCuire Thos. fireman, h s s Grand b Webster and Kansas 
Mcllenry '1 hos. brakeman, h n w c Baker and Webster 
McHugh Morris, hostler, bds w s Harrison opp Columbia 
Mcllvain Chas. M. printer, bds 70 W. Berry 
Mcintosh Mary A. widow, h 121 Barr 
McKay ct iMycrs, (Neil McK. & Wm. II, M.) railroad contractors, 78 

Calhoun 
McKay Neil, (McK. & Myers) h n w c Jefferson and Gordon 
McKean W. T. foreman machine shop, h ISi E. Jefferson 
McKee Hugh, (Hugh McK. & Co.) bds Aveliue House 



FORT WAYNE [McN] DIRECTORY. 141 



McKEE HUGH & CO., Railroad Coatraetora, w s Barr b Berry 

and Main 
McKee John, laborer, bds 200 Barr 
McKee Thos. L. (S. Bash & Co.) at 57 Columbia 
McKelley James, laborer, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Freight Depot, bds 

Mayer House 
McKendry Daniel, rodraan. City Engineer's Office, h s s Melita b Harri- 
son and Webster 
McKenney R. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 

MeKenzie Geo. machinist, h s s Butler b Hoagland Av. and Fairfield Av 
McKenzie Robert, molder, h e s Hanna b Grant and St. Francis 
McKeon James, laborer, h s s Grand b Harrison and Calhoun 
McKinley Perry, clerk 1 Harrison, res Bloomiugdale 
McKinney Mortimer, fireman, h n s Buchanan b Lafayette and Cass 
McKinnie Alexander, res Henry McKinnie's 
McKINNIE HENRY, Proprietor Fort Wayne Dining Hall, nee 

Calhoun and Railroad Track 
MeKinzie G. macliiuist, wks T., W. & VV. R, R. Shops 
McKinzie I. painter, h n s Lasselle b Hauna and Monroe 
Mcltnight J. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. W". & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
McLachlan C. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 
McLachlan J. C. clerk P., Ft. \V. & C. R. R. Freight Office, h e s Barr 

b Lewis and Montgomery 
McLachlan Neil, boiler maker, h s e c Harrison and Brackenridge 
McLachlan Wm. pattern maker, bds Neil NcLachlan's 

McLain , molder, wks Murray & Baker's 

McLain Carrie, res Dr. Evan Suider's 
McLabe Patrick, ice dealer, h 228 E. Jefferson 
McLane Robt. laborer, h s s Jefferson w of Garden 
McLaughlin Christopher, molder, h 229 E Washington 
McLaughlin Daniel, laborer, h s s Lewis b Harrison am Webster 
McLaughlin Laura, widow, h s s Melita b Harrison and Webster 
McLean Peter, dyer, h 77 E. Water 
McMahon Perry, brakemau, h 162 Broadway 
McMahon Sylvester, conductor, h 160 Broadway 
McMahon VVm. laborer, h ii s Holman b Lafayette and Barr 
McManus Thos laborer, h n e c Baker and Harrison 
McMillan J. boiler maker, wks T., W. & W. R R. Shops 
McMillan James, boiler maker, h w s Calhoun s of Butler 
McMillan John, laborer, h w s Fairfield Av. b Walnut and Taylor 
McMullen J. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R 
Mc.MuUea John, carpenter, bds 103 W. Main 
McMullen Mary, servant, Geo. W. Ewing's 
McMullen Mrs. R., Hanna House, 166 Barr 
McMullen VVm. H. wood yard, bds Hanna House 
McNalle^y John, brakenian, h e s Lafayette b Virginia and Wallace 
McNamara Daniel, molder, bus Wallace b Lafayette and Clay 
McNABIARA J. W., Dealer in Lightning Rods, Office 103 Co- 
lumbia ; h s s Laviua b Broadway and Fairfield Av 
McNamara M. wks N. G. Olds & 8on's 
McNamara Monroe, carpenter, bds Mrs. Susan McNamara's 
McNamara Peter, helper, h s s Baker b Kansas and Fairfield Av 
McNamara Mrs. Susan, widow, h n s Holmau b Lafayette and Clay 
McNamara Thos. laborer, h s s Melita b Harrison and Webster 



142 FORT WAYNE [MAL] DIRECTORY. 

MoNamara W. wka N. G. Olds & Son's 

.Mc'Xainara Washiugtou, laborer, bds 31 rs. Susan McNamara's 

McNear Chas. carpenter, h n e c Fairfield Av. and Uenry 

MoNicce Kobt. C. bds Ilanua House 

Mclsierny Thomas, laborer, h n w e Baker and McCloUan 

McNulty Ann, widow, h n s Melita b Harrison and Webster 

Mc>iulty John, plumber, 48 E. Main, b n s Colerick b lloagland Av. and 

Prince 
McNulty iMary, widow, h s s Melita b Harrison and Wek'-ter 
McNulty Wm. boot maker, h 118 E. Wayue 
McNulty Wui. shoemaker, h 188 E. Wayne 
McPhail Wm. foreman Hound House, h 202 Ewing 
McQuiston A. P. clerk John Orff's, bds 153 W. Washington 
McQuistou John, h 153 W. Washington 
McQuiston Wm. H. book-keeper 103 Columbia, bds 153 W. Wasliiogton 

M 

Mabb Geo. R. bds Louis C Sheperd's, Bloomingdale 

Mack A. hat store, bds American House 

Mack O. hat store, bds Main Street Exchange 

Mack P. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. E. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Macke John, laborer, h s s High w of Wells, Bloomingdale 

Mackinzie Wm. F. painter, bds Edward Burke's 

Macmanus Fnnk A. C. attorney and notary, 5 E. Main, bds Mayer House 

Maddux Geo. M. teamster, res John Maddux's 

Maddux John, carpenter, h e s Lafayette b St. Francis and Creightcn 

Madden T. helper, wks P., Ft W. & C. R. K. Blacksmith Shop 

Maenzeu Caroline, servant, Frederick Folmerding's 

Maenzen Henry, tailor, bds Frederick Folmerding's 

Maganus Wm. F. saddler, h n s Butler b Harrison and Webster 

Magness W. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Round House 

Mahan Anthony, laborer, h n s Baker b Webster and McClellan 

Mahan Bridget, widow, h 168 W. Jefferson 

Mahan James, (Francis & M.) bds Adam M. Francis' 

Mahar Lizzie, servant, Phillips House 

Maher Wm. laborer, h n s Duck b Clinton and Barr 

Mahrt Conrad, harness maker, h e s Feeder n of High, Bloomingdale 

Mahurin Isaac, teacher, h 219 W. Main 

-Maier Fred, laborer, res Bloomingdale ^ 

Maier John A. res John G. Maier's 

MAIER JOHN G., Trustee Wayne Township, Office 78 Columbia, 

up stairs ; h n w c Lafayette and Wayne 
Maier Willis D. clerk John G. Maier's, h 240 W. Jefferson 
MAIN STREET EXCHANGE, Avery Freeman, Jr., Proprietor, 

n s Main b Calhoun and Harrison 
Mainer F. carpenter, h 229 E. Washington 
-Major David H. fireman, h n w c Holinan and Clay 
Makepeace Samuel D. printer, D. W. Jones & Son's, h n e c Wells and 

1st, Bloomingdale 
.Malcolm John, carpenter, h w s West b Pritchard and Noel 
Maley Miss J. L. milliner, h 142 E. Wayne 



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Maley John, wheelwright, h w s Barr n of Water 

Maley Patrick, laborer, h n s Melita b Webster and Kansas 

Mallow Hattie, laundress, Fort Wayne Dining Hall 

Manaray John C. carpenter, h 156 E. Jefferson 

Manarrich F. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 

Manary L. J. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W". & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 

Mangan Bridget, h s s V/alnut b Fairfield Av. and Oakley 

Mangeot John, res Joseph LaGres' 

Manier F. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 

MANIER Mrs. MARGARET, Saloon and Boarding House, 50 

Columbia 
Mannawich E. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Manniz J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 
Mannix Patrick, bds nee Barr and Holman 
MANNIX THOMAS, Boot and Shoe Manufacturer and Dealer, 55 

Columbia ; h s e c Holman and Calhoun 
Mannsdoerfer Jacob, laborer, h s s Nirdliuger Av. w of Broadway 
Manok & Koester, (Simon M. & John K.) tanners, n s W. & E. Canal b 

Harrison and Cass 
Manok Mary, servant, e s Ewing b Washington and Wayne 
Manok Simon, (M. & Koester) h 137 W. Wayne 
Manthey W^m. civil engineer, h 55 W. Berry 
Manuel J. P. saloon, s w c Lafayette and Wallace 

Manwiller C. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Manzer Fred, porter, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Passenger Depot 
Marchy Daniel H. machinist, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 
Marhanke Christian, laborer, h 108 Madison 

Marhaake Henry, laborer, h s s W^1shington b College and Nelson 
Marhenke Fred, shoemaker, h s s High w of St. Marys Av., Bloomingdale 
Marinca H. carpenter, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 
Muring John, laborer, h s s Lasselle b Lafayette and Cass 
Mariott Celestin, brakeman, bd^ 21 Holman 

Markey Lawrence, baggageman, h 28 Calhoun b Highland and Dawson 
Markley Anron, (M , Schrader & Co.) h n s Maple Av. ^ mile s of Corp. 

Line 
Markley Daniel, (Markley, Schrader & Co.) h w s Bluffton Road J mile 

s of Corp. Line 
MARKLEY, SCHRADER & CO., (Aaron M., Henry C. S. & 

Daniel Markley; Manufacturers, Jobbers and Retail Dealers in 

Boots and Shoes, 4 Keystone Block, w s Calhoun near Columbia 
Marks Philip, butcher, bds nee Lafayette and Lewis 
Marks Simon, fireman, h n s Holman b Lafliyette and Barr 
Marsh J. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 
MARSHALL E. T., Druggist and Chemist, n w c Wayne and Barr 
Marshall J. C. laborer, wks Schnelker, Beugnot & Co's 
Martin Anthony, clerk J. M. Fioellinger's, bds 200 W. Washington 
Martin Bernhard, laborer, h n s Baker b Harrison and W^ebster 
Martin D. laborer, h s s Lewis b Harrison and Webster 
Martin Jane, widow, h 107 W. Water 
Martin Mary, servant, W. W. Carson's 
Martin R. laborer, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Yard 
Martin Samuel, yard master T., W. & W. R. R., h s s Grand b Kansas 

and Webster 
Martin Terrence, h e s Hanna b Grant and St. Francis 



144 FORT WAYNE [iMEE] DIRECTORY. 



Martin Win. fiicnian, lids s w c Douglas Av. and Webster 

jMasbaum Catharine, widow, h 21(J E. Wasliiii<iton 

Mason James E. carpeuter, h w s Fulton b Jeflurson and Washington 

JIasou John F. carpenter, h s e c Hoagland Av. and Williams 

Mason Lewis, dental student, with Dr. I. Knapp, bds John F. Mason's 

Mas^on Ea'ph, laborer, h n e c Oakley and Poplar 

Matonic Hall, n w c Jierry and Calhoun 

Matfh C. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. 11. Carpenter Shop 

Match AVm. carpcutcr, h n s Ilolman b Clay and Monroe 

Mathcuy A. carpenter, wks T , W. & W. 1\. 11 Shops 

Matsch Christ, c.trpenter, bds 23-1 W. Washington 

MATSCH DOROTHY, Practical Midwife, Ilomoeopatbist and 

JJaun^^cheidi^t ; res 23-1 W. Washington 
Matsch J. C. carpenter, b 23-1 W. Washington 
Matticks J. machinist, wks J. li. Bass' 
Mattoon C rover J. engineer, h 182 Ewing 
Matz Adam, saloon, w s Lafayette b Main and Columbia 
Matz Jacob, bar-keeper, bds Adam Matz's 
Maudlin Amos, hostler. Main Street Exchange 
Mauer Henry, shoemaker, bds n w c Harrison and Jefferson 
Maurer Jacob, porter, Meyer Bros. & Co., b n e c Wayne and University 
Maxfield Joseph, engineer, wks 0. D. llurd's 

Maxfield Samuel, clerk C G. Green's, bds w s Clinton uortb of Water 
Maxfield Sarah, widow, h w s Clinton north of Water 
May Ella, servant, 130 W. Jefferson 

Mayer Andrew, (M. & Graffe) b s e c Wayne and Harrison 
Mayer Chas. F. physician, 111 Barr 
Mayer Geo. J. E. (Geo. J. E. M. & Frank Voirol) b s e c Wayne and 

Harrison 
Mayer Geo. J. E. &, Frank Voirol, jewelry, 23 E. ]Main 
MAYER & GRAFFE, (Andrew M. & Henry C. G.) Dealers in 

Watches, Clucks, Jewelry, Silver and Plated Ware, 88 Columbia 
MAYER HOUSE, s e c Calhoun and Wayne; John W. Bull, 

l^roprietor 
Mayer Joseph M. assistant book-keeper 5G Calhoun, bds 47 E. Jefferson 
Majer Laurence, driver, h 47 E. Jefferson 
Mayer Louis, tailor and cutter, 19 E. Main, b 8 Montgomery 
Mayer Louisa, servant, Geo. Hecker's, Bloomingdale 
Mayland Frederick, laborer, h 230 W. Washington 
MAYOR'S OFFICE, w s Clinton b Columbia and Main; Franklin 

P. Randall, Miiyor 
MAYS THOS. C, Local Editor Ft. Wayne Democrat, b 1G9 W. 
Washington 

Mcahr Louis, shoemaker, h n s Washington b Clay and Monroe 

Meary Emma, laundress, Aveline House 

Mechanics' Steam Fire Co. No. 1, House nee Court and Berry 

Medsker Isaac N. (Gilliland & M.) bds 25 Montgomery 

Mecgan E. H. assistant book-keeper, bds 185 Clinton 

Meo<:;m ]\ugcne H. bds 185 Clinton 

MEEGAN THOMAS, Chief Clerk Motive Power Department 
P., Ft. W. ^ C. li. 11. and G. R. & I. 11. 11., u b Kailroad b Clinton 
and Barr ; h 185 Clinton 

Mcegun Thos. J. time-keeper P., Ft. W. & C. 11. R. Car Shop, bds 185 
Clinton 



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Meelian Eliza, servant, Mary Bonfield's 

Meehan James, fireman, wks Schuelker, Beugnot & Co.'s 

Median Mary, bds Mary Bonfield's 

Meelien Mary, widow, h 161 E. Jefferson 

Megrady John D. plasterer, h s w c Madison and Hanna 

Mehau 3Iary, waiter. Ft. Wayne Dining Hall 

Meheen James, laborer, h n s Taylor west of Pine 

Mehl John, laborer, h 150 Barr 

Mebre Louis, shoemaker, h 197 E. Washington 

Meier D. policeman, bds 200 Barr 

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

Meiers David, machinist, h 9G Madison 

Meiers Henry, blacksmith, sec Calhoun and Water, h 76 cor Webster 
and Washington 

Meiland Conrad, laborer, bds nee Montgomery and Laftiyette 

Meiuebracker Henry, carpenter, bds 51 W. Washington 

Meiuzen Henry, tailor, bds Fred. Voln.erding's 

Mei.ster Chas. tanner, wks Braeuchle & Co.'s 

Meizeu Caroline, servant, Frederick Folmerding's 

Meizeu Henry, tailor; bds Frederick Folmerdings 

Melching Charlotte, widow, h s s High wesi of Wells, Bloomingdale 

Melcher Sophia, servant, 88 W. Berry 

Melliuger Christian, laborer, h e s McClellan b Baker and Brackenridge 

Mellinger Jacob, clerk Main Street Exchange, h 45 W. Main 

Meuch Philip, teamster, h s s 3d b N. Cass and N. Harrison, Bloomin<r- 
dtle 

Mendenhall Rev. M. H. h 189 W. Wayne 

Meuneker Ernst, carpenter, h 212 E. Washington 

31cniiewisch E. laborer, bds 200 Barr 

Meunewisch Frederick, carpenter, h 200 Barr 

Meuch Henry S. clerk 88 Calhoun, h n s Melita b Harrison and Webster 

!Meutzc Fred laborer, bus Lewis b Division and Walnut No. 2 

Meuweiler Christian, laborer, h s s Durvee b Hoagland Av. and Fair- 
field Av 

Menweiler 31artin E. clerk 94 Calhoun, bds n w c Harrison and Douglas 
Av 

Menze Amelia, servant, 218 W. Berry 

Meuze Christ, cigar maker, bds Henry Frilay's 

Menze Wm. tailor, bds 62 Columbia 

Menze Wm. tailor, bds Henry Stellhorn's 

Menzor Barbara, widow, h 137 W. Wayne 

JMereer Theodore E. porter, Aveline Ht^usc 

MERCHANTS' INSURANCE CO. OF HARTFORD, 

CONN., 9 Clinton ; F. P. Randall, Agent 

MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK, n w c Main and Cal- 

liouu ; S. Carey Evan.s, President; D. P. Whedon, Vice President; 

Dr. John S. Irwin, Cashier 
Meredith J. S. clerk, bds Van Meredith's 
MEREDITH VAN, Dealer in JSewspapers, Periodicals, Stationery, 

Confectioneries, Cigars, Tobacco, &c., s w c Calhoun and Wayne; h 

e s Monroe b Berry and Wayne 
Mergel R. groceries, 13 Caliioun, h 94 W. Main 
Messucr Wm. butcher, h 167 E. Lewis 
Meiz Joseph, carpenter, h e s Pine b Locust and Taylor 



14G FORT WAYNE [MEYJ DIRECTORY. 



Meiz Peter, carpenter, h s e c Lewis and Monroe 

MESING CHAS. W., MniufaL-turer of Steel Plows, Wagons, Hav- 
rnws, Culiivaidrs, also LHacknuiith and Horse Shocr, u s Water b 
Callioun and Clintuu 

Metcclf 8. C. physician, e s Calliouu b Main and Columbia, bds 57 W. 
Water 

Metbeany Andrew, carpenter, h L!0(j W. Jeiferson 

Methcany J. M. train despatcher P., Ft. W. & C. R. R., Office nee 
Clinton and Railroad, bds sec Barr and Lewis 

Metier Peter, (Kno'lie & M.) res Wasliintiton Township 

Metlcy Fred, cooper shop, u s Water b Calhoun and Clinton, h s s Duck 
b Calhoun and Clinton 

Metspcr Jenny, seamstress, h s e c Calhoun and Lewis 

Mettler JLithias, gardener, h w s Lima Iliad f mile from city 

Mettler Peter, carpenter, h w s J^ima Road ^ mile north of city 

Mettler Peter J. teacher, h s w c Lafayette and Jefferson 

Metzger Andrew, clerk P., Ft. W. k U. R. R. Freight Office, h s s Lewis 
b Calhoun and Clinton 

Meyer A. W. bookbinder, h 45 E. Main 

Meyer Adam, carria<:e painter, bds 28 E. Jefferson 

ME\ER BROS. 6L CO., (Christian F. G. iM., John F. W. M., 
Christian F. A. Fischer & Edward P. Williams) Wholesale and Re- 
tail Druggists and Dealers in Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs, 
AVindow Glass, &c., 2 Keystone Block and 118 Columbia 

Meyer Bryan, molder, h 195 Kwing 

Meyer Chas. peddler, bds Steuben House 

Meyer Christian F. G. (M. Bros. & Co ) res St. Louis, Mo 

Meyer Chas. F. W. clerk 52 Calhoun, bds 22 W. Washington 

Meyer Chrisiian, carpenter, h 47 W. Washington 

Meyer Conrad, laboier, bds 110 W. Water 

Meyer Ernst, butcher, h 173 Barr 

Meyer Ernst, (M. & Pipenbrink) h 110 W. Water 

Meyer Ferdinand, drayman, h 175 Ewing 

Meyer Kred. h 22 W. Washington 

Meyer Fred, carpenter, h s w c Hanna and Holman 

Meyer Fred, laborer, b w s Feeder north of High, Bloomingdale 

.Meyer Frederick, laborer, h 175 E. Lewis 

Meyer Fred, tailor, h 107 Wilt 

Meyer (ieo. bds 223 W. Jefferson 

MEYER GEO., Dealer in Family Groceries, Provisions, &c.j also 
Bakery and Saloon, w s Wells near High, Bloomingdale 

Meyer Gustav J. clerk Meyer Bros, t Co., bds Hanna House 

Meyer J. Henry E. porter, iMeyei Bros. & Co., h 118 Harrison 

Meyer John, laborer, h n s Wayne east of Colleue 

Meyer John F. W. (M. iJros. & Co.) h 30 Madison 

Meyer Lena, bds 1 10 W. Water 

Meyer Lorenz, driver, h 47 E. Jefferson 

Meyer Louis, tailor, h 8 Montgomery 

Meyer A Pipenbrink, (Ernst M. 6c Conrad D. P.) boots and shoes, 78 
Columbia 

Meyer Wni. laborer, h s s Hough b Clay and Monioe 

Meyer Wm machinist, bds John Meyer's 

Meyer W ui. siioemaker, h e s Ewing b Lewis and Baker 

Meyer Wm. tailor, bds 80 E. Jefferson 



FORT WAYNE [MIL] DIRECTORY. 14.7 

Meyer Wm. J. druggist, h 30 Madison 

Meyers B. niolder, wks J. H. Bass' 

Meyers Chas. F. F. clerk 90 Columbia, h 45 W. Washington 

Meyers E. H. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 

Meyers Edward, telegraph operator, bds 104 Broadway 

Meyers Elizabeth, widow, h s s Baker b Calhoun and Harrison 

Meyers F. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 

Meyers F. C. barber, e s Calhoun b Berry and Wayne, h w s Calhoun b 
Wayne and Washington 

Meyers F. V/. barber shop, e s Calhoun b Holman and Railroad, h s s 
Baker b Calhoun and Harrison 

Meyers Fred, laborer, h w s Francis b Hamilton and Hough 

Meyers G. M. raolder, wks J. H. Bass' 

Meyers H. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C R. R. Tin Shop 

Meyers Henry, carpenter, h 177 E. Lewis 

Meyers J. machinist, wks J. H. Bass' 

Meyers J. H. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 

Meyers Mena, servant, 220 W. Washington 

Meyers Nicholas, plasterer, h 183 E. Jefferson 

Meyers S. fireman. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 

Meyers W. helper, wks P., Ft. vV. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 

Meyers W. machinist, wks J. H. Bass' 

Meyerson Philip, book-keeper, h 173 W. Wa.shington 

Michael Herman, barber, sec Calhoun and Berry, h s e c Garden and 
Jeflersou 

Michaelis Chas. J. upholsterer, bds 285 W. Jefferson 

Miehaelis Henry A. cigar maker, h 21 W. hierry 

Michaelis Herman, laborer, h 285 W. Jefferson 

Milan Lena, servant, 108 Broadway 

Miles Chas. engineer, h 215 W. Washington 

Miles David, foreman 117 Columbia, h 9t) Madison 

Miley Lillie, servant, Wm. J Bond's 

Milger H. wks N. G. Olds &. Son's 

Millenbrook F. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Miller , bricklayer, h s s Summit b Division and Walnut No. 2 

Miller Ada, servant, Sturgis Hour^e 

Miller Alouzo, laborer, bds David Kelker's 

Miller Au^iust, clerk 47 Columbia, bds 50 Columbia 

MILLER & BOERGER, C^^'»- ^^- & Rudolph B.) Manufactu- 
rers of Hor.-e Collars and Dealers in all kinds of Leather, Findings, 
Hides, &c., 121 Columbia 

Miller C. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blachsmith Shop 

Miller C. helper, wks T., \V. & VY. R. R. Shops 

Miller C. machinist, wks J. H. Bass' 

Miller Casper, book-keeper 86 Culumbia, h n w c Jefferson and Ewing 

Miller Catherine, servant, 105 W. Washington 

Miller C. Henry, night watchman, h 55 Williams, b Webster and Hoag- 
land Av 

Miller Chas. foreman Coppersmith Shop, h 123 Broadway 

Miller Chas. laborer, h n s Lavina near Fairfield Av 

Miller Chas. pattern maker, res Xavier Miller's 

Miller Chas, T. tinner, h 106 Wilt 

Miller Christ, cigar maker, h s w c Williams and Webster 

Miller Clemens, laborer, h s s Locust b Pine and T., W. & W. R. R 



148 FORT WAYNE [iMII.] DIRECTORy. 



Ucr D. M. (M. & Moritz) res Avelinc House 



Her Daiiiol H carpenter, bds Union House 

Her K. boiler nii.ker, wks T., W. & W. K. R. Shops 

Her E. laborer, bds Henry Braeuehle's 

Her P^dward, engineer, h w s Lima Road one mile norlli of City 

Her Eliza, servant, 110 W. AVayne 

Her Elizabeth, widow, h 47 Madison 

Her Eliz:ibeth, widow, h n s Buchanan b Lafayette and Cass 

Her Ern^-t, laborer, h s s Williams b Webster and Hoagland Av 

Her Esther, widow, h w s McCIcllan b Lewis and Brackeuridge 

llcr F. laborer, h 109 Wilt 

Her F. niolder, wks J. H. Bass' 

Her Fred, carpenter, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co's 

Her Fred, clerk, n w c Wayne and Barr 

Her Fred, laborer, h n s St. Francis b Lafayette and Cass 

Her Fred, laborer, h e s Force b Herndon and Jones 

Her Geo. clerk sec Columbia and Barr, bds 82 E. Washington 

Her Geo. W. turner, li 8-t Montgomery 

Her H. machinist, wKs P., Ft. W. & C. R. K. Machine Shop 

Her Henry, carpenter, h s s Williams b Harrison and Webster 

Her Henry, laborer, bds Albert Smead's 

Her Henry, laborer, bds 112 Mont<>omery 

Her Henry, watchmin, T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Her Isaac, carpenter, h 44 Williams 

Her J. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Her J. machinist, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Her J. J. clerk 94 Columbia, h 153 E. Washington 

Her J. J. h 81 E. Washington 

llcr J. R. traveling agent o7 Columbia, res Adams Co., Ind 

Her Jacob, chair maker, h n w c Clinton and A\'atcr 

Her Jacob, clerk, h n s Washington b Clay and Monroe 

Her Jeremiah, machinist, h 77 i3aker 

llcr Jolin, butcher, bds 289 W. Jeiferson 

Her John A., carpenter, h 295 W. Washington 

Her John H. machinist, h s e c Bowser and Marion. Bloomiu^dale 
MILLER JOHN M., Manufacturer of and Healer in Fine Furni- 
ture, Chair.^, Husk and Hair Mattresses, Looking Glass Plates, &c., 
50 and 52 E. Main ; h 52 E. Jefierson 
Miller Jos. bds Hedekin House 
Miller Jos. cabinet maker, wks Emrick & Pierce's 
Miller Jos. carpenter, h n s High b Cass and St. Mary's Av., Blooming- 

ale 
Miller Kate, servant, 81 W. Main 
Miller L. carpenter, h v/ s Calhoun s of Butler 

Miller Lewis, carriage painter, h s w c Wells and Bowser, Bloomingdale 
Miller Lo-jis, carpenter, h s w c Williams and Webster 
Miller Louis, painter, h G5 E. iMain 
MHler J.ucilla, i-eam^tress, h w s McClellan b Douglas Av. and Brack- 

enridge 
Miller Lucy, waiter, Ft. Wayne Dining Hall 
Miller M. 11. h 245 W. Jefierson 
xMillcr Maggie, servant. 95 W. Wayne 

Miller Mathias, painter, res e s Lima Road one-half mile north of City 
Miller Michael, carpenter, h 218 \V. Washington 



FORT WAYNE [MOD] DIEECTORY. ]49 



MILLER & MORITZ, (D. M. M. & J. M. M.) Proprietors Ave- 

liae House, sec Calhoun and Berry 
Miller N. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & G. R. R. Lumber Yard 
Miller Nathaniel C. clerk T., W. & W. R. R. Freight Offic-e, li n w c 

Fairfield Av. and Jjocust 
Miller Paul, porter, Aveline House 
Miller Peter, res Thomas Rehrer's 

Miller Peter, blacksmith, h s s Buchanan b Lafayette and Cass 
Miller Robt. E. measurer, bds Union House 
Miller Rosa, bds 47 Madison 

Miller Wm brakeman, bds s w c Webster and Williams 
Miller Wm. clerk, h s w c Wells and Bowser, Bloomingdale 
Miller Wm. coachman, Chas. McCulIoch's 
Miller Wm. driver, bds John M. Riedmiller's 
Miller Wm. janitor Superintendent's Office P., Ft. W. & C. R. R., li e s 

Calhoun b Wallace and Hamilton 
Miller Wm. (M. & Boerger) h 200 E. Washington 
Miller Wm. porter 85 Columbia, h 6 Wells 
Miller Wm, H. clerk Chas. Fink's, h w s N. Cass b 2d and 3d, Bloom- 

ingdale 
Miller Wm. H. H. (Coombs & M.) h 40 Douglas Av 
Miller X. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 

Miller Xavier, watchman, h w s Gay b Herndon and Jones 
Mills Andrew, hostler, Hedekin House 

Mills Dora, painter, wks 84 Barr, bds nee Barr and Wayne 
Mills H. T. machinist, h 277 W. Washington 
Mills Theodore, painter, h 73 E. Berry 

Milon F. carpenter, wks P., Ft. VV. & C. R. R Carpenter Shop 
Miner B. D. agent 91 VV. Main, res e s Bluffton Plank Road near Corp. 

Line 
Miner Dallas, carpenter, bds Abram Sherbondy's 
Miner Jas. teamster, h s w c Broadway and Taylor 
Miner T. J. clerk 91 W. Main, bds 8 Harrison 
Miner W. G. drayman, li n s Pearl b Ewing nud Griffith 
Minnewiseh Fred, carpenter, h 200 Barr 

Mischo Michael, (Keller & Co.) h w s Broadway second house s of Wilt 
Mischo Nicholas, helper, h s s Pritch.ird b Broadway and Jackson 
Misuer J. A. (M & Murphy) h 7 Cass, Blooniingdale 
Misner & Murphy, (J. A. M. & A. W. M.) house and sign painters, 84 

Barr 
Misner Seymour, fireman, h s e c Fairfield A v. and Bass 
Mitchell Geo. carpenter, wks 85 E. Wayne 
Mitchell Geo. W. carpenter, h 53 Harrison 
Mitchell Jas. carpenter, h 20 W. Jefferson 
Mitchell John J. carpenter, h 134 Ewing 
Mitchell K. M, machinist, wks Murray & Baker's 
Mitchell Walter, brakeman, bds Harmon House 
Mobley Mary, widow, h n w c Ewing and Washington 
Mock L. T. scroll sawyer, h 190 W. Main 
Mock Margaret, servant, 182 W. Wayne 
MODERWELL & FOWLER, (Hiram C. M. & Geo. S. F.) 

Manufacturers of and Dealers in Shirts and Gents' Furnishing 

Goods, n w c Calhoun and Berry 
Moderwell H. C. (M. & Fowler) bds Aveline House 



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Moilerwell Jay M. clerk Post Office bds Hanna House 

Moolloriii«; Clias. brick mason, h 209 W. Washingtoa 

Moollorin^' Henry, niarhiiiist, h 55 E. Lewis 

Muelleriiiii Wm. stone mason, h Gl Montgomery 

Mocnig 11 nioldor, wks J. II. Bass' 

Mocriiii: Henry, laborer, h e s Monroe b Montgomery and ITolmaa 

Mootz Geo. tailor, h s w c Wells and High, liloomiugdale 

Moffitt Mrs. Frank, milliner, h 204 Wayne 

Muhr John, boots and shoes, 4G Columbia 

Mohr J. D. book-keeper Allen Hacnilton & Go's, bds 46 Columbia 

Mohr John, Jr. book-keeper Allen Hamilton & Co s, bds 4G Columbia 

Mohr Louis, clerk 4G Columbia, h 240 E. Washington 

Moklthan G. laborer, h G4 Madison 

Moledtr A. niolder, wks J. H. Bass' 

Mullering Chas. (Ivrudop, M. & Bro.) h 209 W. Washington 

Molleriug Wm. (Krudop, M. «t Bro.) h Gl Montgomery 

Momer Frank, laborer, bds Philip Luley's 

Momer John, machinist, h 1G8 E. Lewis 

Momer L. molder, wks Murray & Baker's 

Alonier Louis, boiler maker, h 17G ¥1. Lewis 

Momai'^r Joseph, clerk, h 138 W. jMain 

Mommer Joseph, Jr. clerk B. Phillips', h 133 W. Main 

Mouahau Dennis, (James Harper & Co.) bds Alaiu Street Exchange 

Monahan Martin, laborer, h n s Henry b Fairfield Av. and Oakley 

Mond Julius, clerk, bds 45 B. Main 

Monee Wm laborer, h n s Duck b Clinton and Barr 

Mouier August, clerk, bds 50 Columbia 

Monnahan Martin, laborer, res Chas. D. Bond's 

MONNING HENRY, Treasurer Allen County, Office in Court 

House; h n w c Wayne and Clay 
Monniug John I), clerk County Treasurer's Office, bds Henry Moaning's 
Mouok Caroline, res Xavier Hemerle's 
Montgomery iS'oah, h n s Colerick h Hoagland and Prince 
Montouey John, conductor, h n s Baker b Webster and McClellan 
MOON GEO., Collector U. S. Internal Revenue, Office w s Calhoun 
opposite Court House ; res AVarsaw, Ind 

Moon Geo. R. clerk U. S, Collector's Office, res Warsaw, Ind 

Moore A. C. fireman, h n s Chicago b Harrison and Webster 

Moore David H. fireman, h n s P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. b Harrison and 
Webster 

Moore I. M. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

MiK>re J. S. conductor, bds 224 Lafayetta 

Moore James M, h 220 W. Wayne 

Moore John, laborer, h 145 E. Jefferson 

Moore John W. engineer,,h 2GG W. Jefferson 

Moore Mollie, dress maker, h 13G Columbia 

Moore Miss IS. F. clerk 105 Columbia, bds 144 E. Main 

Moorchead Daniel, sawyer, h s s Water b Ewiug and Griffith 

Moos Wm. laborer, bds 8G E. Jefferson 

Moran Peter, ice dealer, h 201 E. Wayne 

Morau Michael, brakcman, bds Main Street Exchange 

Moran Wm driver, bds 201 E. Wayne 

Morehouse H. B. clerk superintendent's office P., Ft. W. & C. R. R., h 
214 W. Washington 



FORT WAYNE [MUD] DIRECTORY. J5l 



Morehouse Mary M. widow, h 21-4 W. Washingtoa 

Morel Edward, machinist, h s e c Jones and Gay 

Morel J. molder, wks J. tl. Bass' 

Morel James, molder, wks J. H. Bass' 

Morell Chas. G. shoemaker, bds 10 W. Wayne 

Morell Christ, h 10 W. Wayne 

MORELL HENRY, -Manufacturer and Dealer in Boots and Shoes, 

86 Calhoun ; h s s Jefferson b Calhoun and Harrison 
Morell Wm. clerk, bds s w c Calhoun and Baker 
Morey Edwin, conductor, h s s Lewis b Calhoun and Clinton 
MORGAN & BEACH, (Oliver P. M. & Fred. B.) Jobbers and 
Dealers in Hardware, Cutlery, Mechanics' aud Farmers' Tools, 
Nails, Glass, Rubber and J^eather Belting, &c., 89 Columbia 
Morgan Geo. painter, h 200 Lafayette 
Morgan J. machinist, bds John ho iimers' 
Morgan James H. machinist, b Is Sarah E Fleming's 
Morgan John B. machinist, h 198 Ewing 
Morgan Oliver P. (M. & Beach) h 40 E. Washington 
Morgan B. machinist, wks T., VV. & W. B. R. Shops 
Morgauthaler Peter, clerk 5 Keystone Block, bds Mayer House 
Moritz Charlotte, res 79 VV. Berry 
Moritz Elizabeth, widow, res 79 W. Berry 
Moritz J. M. (Miller & M.) h 79 W. Berry 
Morley A. J. civil engineer, bds Mayer House 
Morner J. machinist, wks J. H. Bass' 
Mornig J. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
xMorrelius J. fireman. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R 
Morris Ann, widow, h w s Fulton b Washington and Jefferson 
Morris John, (Worden, M. & Withers) h 242 W. Wayne 
Morris Lewis, peddler, bds nee Water and Clinton 
Morrison Geo. gas fitter, 48 E. Main, bds American House 
Morrison J. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Morrison John, fireman, bds Albert Garrison's 
Morrison Rosa, h 222 Lafayette 
Morrison Thomas, boiler maker, h n s Brandriff b Webster and Hoag- 

land Av 
Morrison Thomas, laborer, bds 222 Lafayette 
Morse Austin S. h n e c McClellan and Brackenridge 
Morse Chas. E. contractor, 26 Douglas Av 
Moschaumer M. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 
Moser Matthias, tanner, bds H. Braeuchle's 
Moss Wm. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Mossheimer John, laborer, h 84 E. Wayne 
Moth Julius G. clerk Post Ofiice, bds Henry Boss' 
Motsch Christian, stone cutter, bds 156 Harrison 
Motsch Fred, bar keeper, bds J. G. Hornung's 
Mott A. H. engineer, bds s w c Douglas Av. and Webster 
Mott B. H. renovator and repairer of clothing, 25 W. Main 
Moulton E. C. carpenter, h e s Grifl&th b George and Jefferson 
Moyer Albert L. printer. Fort Wayne Gazette, res Jane Moyer's 
Moyer Benj. laborer, h n s Wayne b University and Walter 
Moyer Jane, widow, h 154 W, Wayne 
Moyer Johanna, widow, h 140 Columbia 
Mudge Frank F. fireman, bds 137 Jackson 



152 FORT WAYNE [MUT] DIRECTORY. 



Mudpo Smith R. engineer, h 137 Jackson 

Muelilonbnuli Wni. wagon maker, h 148 "W. Jefferson 

Mueller Nicholas, laborer, h 2:58 E Jefferson 

Mulileiilirouk D. earpeiiter, wk.s P., Ft. W. & C. I^. R. Carpenter Shop 

31uliloiilu-ucli Clias. wagon maker, bds 2i::> E. Jeiferson 

Mulilfubrueh lieiterich, carpenter, li 21 1] E. Jefferj^on 

]\lulitenbrueli Gottreieh, carriage maker, h 213 E. Jefferson 

Mulilenl)iuch Wm. wagon maker, h 148 W. Jefferson 

Muliler Anna, widow, h 20 W. Berry 

Muliler Chas. F. (Wilson, Schuckman & MO h 27 W. Berry 

Muirhead Alex, machinist, bds Daniel Campbell's 

Muirhead John W. (Eckert & M) h s s Brackenridge b Harrison and 
Webster 

Muirhead Maggie, clerk 7 Keystone Block, res Mrs. R. Muirhead's 

Muirhead ]\lrs. R. h s s Brackenridge b Harrison and Webster 

Mulcahay Richard, foreman stoker, h w s Spy Run A v. ^ mile from River 

Mulealiill Edward, fireman, h s s Colerick b Prince and Fairfield Av 

Mulcary E. fireman, T., W. & W. R. R Co 

Mulchial Edward, fireman, h s s Colerick b Prini.'e and Fairfield Av 

31uldoon Angeliue, servant, 61 W. Perry 

Muldoon Clementina, servant, OG W. Wayne 

Muldoou Sarah, servant, Frank P. Randall's 

Mulheran John, h 119 Wilt 

Mulheran Ihos. hll9 Wilt 

Mulheron Mary, servant, E. W. Poston's 

Mulledoch Adam, laborer, h e s John b Jones and Uerndon 

Mullen , h s w c Williams and Harrison 

Mungovan T. C. blacksmith, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Munsdorfer J. molder, wks J. IJ. Bass' 

Muuson Chas. A. traveling agent, li 17(1 W. Washington 

Mun.-on Lucretia M. res 176 W. \Vasliington 

Murchy David, luachiuist, h 207 W. Jefferson 

Murliead A. machinist, wks Murray ct Baker's 

Mur})hy A. W. (Misuer & M.) h w s Barr b Washington and Wayne 

Murphy Dennis, laborer, h n s Melita b Harrison and Webster 

Murphy Geo. laborer, h s s Colerick b Prince and Hoagland Av 

Murphy Johanna, widow, h s s Colerick b Prince and Hoagland Av 

Murphy John, helper, bds Thos. Lynch's 

Murphy John, laborer, h s s Baker b ('alhoun and Harrison 

Murphy M. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Murphy jMicha(!l, laborer, h n s IMadison b Hanna and Francis 

^lurpliy Michael, fireman, h w s Prince b C^ilerick and Williams 

Murphy Robt. W. manager for Foster Brothers, 94 Columbia, h 7i W. 
Main 

Murphy Thos. fireman, T., W. & W. R. R. Co 

MURRAY & BAKER, (Kerr M. & Henry B.) Engineers, Mill- 
wrights, H-on and Brass Founders, Manufacturers of Steam Engines, 
Biiilcrs and Mill Machinery; also Contractors and Builders uf (^as 
Works, Apparatus, Tools, &c.. Office and ^Vorks e s Calhoun south 
of Railroad Depot 
Murrav D. sprintr maker, wks P.. Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
.Murra'v Kerr, (xM. c»^ Baker) h 141 W Wayne 

MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., of New York, John 
liuugh, Agent, 50 Calhoun 



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Musselman Mary, waiter, Fort Wayne Dining Hall 

Myer Dieterich, carpenter, bds Henry Honick's 

Myer Dietrich, cooper, n w s Wells b Bowser and Douglas, Bloomingdale 

Myer Henry, res Wm. Myer's 

Myer Wm. laborer, h 30 Hood 

Myers Annie, servant, 244 W Berry 

Myers Anthony, res Geo. Myers' 

Myers Barbara, widow, res 156 W. Jefferson 

Myers E. D. printer, bds nee Main and Barr 

Myers Ed. train dispatcher and telegraph operator, T., W. & W. R. E., 

bds sec Van Buren and Wilt 
Myers Ed. F. loreman pressman Fort Wayne Gazette, h n e c Main and 

Barr 
Myers Ellis, brakemen, bds Mrs. E. Hunt's 
Myers Fred. .street sprinkler, h 02 Douglas Av 
Myers Geo. carpenter, w s Union b Jefferson and Wilt, h 66 Wilt 
Myers Geo. (G, Jacoby, G. M. & Co.) h 66 s w c Wilt and Union 
Myers H. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Myers Jas. D. carpenter, h n e c Clinton and Duck 
Myers Mary, waiter, Ft. Wayne Dining Hall 

Myers Philip, book-keeper Fred. Nirdlinger's, h 173 W. Washingtcn 
Myers Samuel, fireman, h e s Prince b Colerick and Bass 
Myers Wm. blacksmith, h n w c Williams and Hoagland Av 
Myers Wm. shoe maker, h e s Ewing b Lewis and George 
Myers Wm. H. (McKay & M.) h w s Fairfield Av. b Locust and T., W. 

& W. R. R 
MYERS WM. H., Physician and Surgeon, Office, w s Calhoun b 

Berry and Wayne ; h 151 W. Wayne 
Myerson Raphael, res 173 W. Washington 



Nachtrieb Joshua F. hats and caps, 13 Clinton 

Nagar Henry, laborer, h s s Jefferson b Union and Rockhill 

Nao;el Christian F. machinist, bds 93 W. Jefferson 

Nagel Fred, porter T., W. & W. R. R. Shops, h 93 W. Jefferson 

Nahrwald Christ, laborer, has Hanua b Hamilton and Lewis 

Nahrwald Minnie, servant, 86 Montgomery 

Nahrwold Coon, carpenter, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co's 

Nahrwolt Wm. carpenter, h s s Wilt b Van Buren and Jackson 

Nauman Wm. machinist, h s s Main b Fulton and Broadway 

^ave Benj. music teacher, h 144 E. Lewis 

Nave Wm. laborer, bds 144 E. Lewis 

Nay Edward, contractor, h e s Pine b Locust and T., W. & W. R. R 

Neabler Mary, widow, h s w c Bass and Hoagland Av 

Neal Eli, carpenter, bds Geo. W. Bentley's 

NEAL JOSEPH P., Local Editor Ft. Wayne Gazette ; bds 253 

W. Wayne 
Nedemayer P. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 

Neeb J. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Neep Geo. helper, h w s Oakley b Poplar and Walnut 
Neft' Enoch, h s s F'ront w of Mechanics, w s River 



15i FORT WAYNE [NEW] DIRECTORY. 

Neff John H. clerk IG W. Berry, res Country 
Neflf John Jacob, butcher, h G3 E. Water 
Kcger II. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Neher Jos. shoe maker, h n c c Berry and Francis 
Ncibel Anieliii, servant, 87 W. Berry 

Ncibel Mary, widow, h s s Colerick b Prince and Hoagland Av 
Neiihtcr J. helper, wks T., W. & W. K. R. Shops 
Neidhafer W. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Neidhard Jos. cabinet maker, h e s Clay b Washington and Jefferson 
Neigh Euphemia, carver, Mayer House 
Neil N. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Neimau Theodore, stone mason, h 268 E. Washington 
Neimeyer Henry, teamster, h 157 Madison 

Neireiter C. B. saddles, &e., 122 Columbia, h 220 W. Washington 
NEIREITER CONRAD, Dealer in Saddles, Collars, Whips, 
Trunks, Saddlers' Furnishing Goods, &c., lOG Columbia ; h 131 
W. Wayne 
Neireiter Conrad, Sr. h n s Washington b Ewing and Webster 
Neithefer Wm. laborer, h w s Calhoun s of Butler 
Nclligan Mary, res Jas. Soramers' 
Nelligan Michael, machinist, bds Jas. Sommers' 
Nelson DeGroff, (DeGroff N. & Co.) h G9 W. Wayne 
NELSON DeGROFF & CO., (Isaac D. G. Nelson & DeGl^off 
Nelson) Dealers in Agricultural Implements, Seeds, &c. ; Proprie- 
tors Elm Park Nursery, Office and Warehouse, 6Q Calhoun and 9 
and 11 W, Berry 
Nelson Elmore, hatter, h 64 W. Wayne 

Nelson Isaac D. G. (DeGroff- Nelson & Co.) res Elm Park Nursery 
Nelson Marcellus, machinist, bds 64 W. Wayne 
Nelson Wm. R. contractor, rooms w s Harrison b Berry and Main, bds 

Hamilton House 
Nerhood John, clerk 47 Columbia, h w s Fulton b Washington and Jef- 
ferson 
Nesman John, shoe maker, h 123 Lafayette 

Kestel Chas. W. actor, (known as Com. Foote) h 193 W. Jefferson 
Nestel Daniel, veterinary surgeon, h 193 W. Jefferson 
Nestel Edward, painting, bds nee Lafayette and Lewis 
Nestel Philip, groceries, nee Lafayette and Lewis 
Neuenschwaudor Isaac M. saloon and cheese dealer, 17 W. Wayne 
Neufer Leonard, engineer, h s s Bass b Hoagland Av. and Prince 
Ncuhaus Henry, clerk Keil & Bros.', bds 94 W. Main 
NEUROTH ANTON, Coppersmith ; Manufacturer of Tin, Cop- 
per and Sheet Iron Ware, 119 Calhoun, near Lewis 
Neuroth Louis, tinner, bds n w c Barr and Jefferson 
Neville Agnes, servant, A. S. Pjvans' 
Newberger Louis, attorney and notary, 13 E. Main 
Newcomer Christian, Harmon House Saloon, n w c Calhoun and P., Ft 
W. & C. E. R 

Newell , carpenter, bds 103 W. Main 

Newell II. laborer, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co's 

Newhart John C. clerk Lorin Smith's, bds 45 Barr 

Newhart Mrs. L. widow, h 45 Barr 

Newhaus Henry, clerk, bds 94 W. Main 

Newkirk W. C. marble carver, wks nee Main and Cass 



FORT WAYNE [NOB] DIRECTORY. 155 



New York Store, dry goods, 90 Columbia 
Nhare G. engineer. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 
Nicholas J. carpenter, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 
Nichols Jas. huckster, h 102 W. Water 
Nichols John, fireman, bds Wm. Sesler's 
Nichter Jos. helper, h 138 Jackson 
Nichter O. molder, wks Murray & Baker's 
Niebler Mary, widow, h s w c Bass and Hoagland Av 
Niedermeier Paul, laborer, h s s Lasselle b Lafayette and Cass 
Niedlinger Sarah, servant, 64 E. Berry 
Nielly Emma, servant, 95 W. Berry 
Nieman Theodore, stone mason, h 268 E. Washington 
NIEMANN & DAMMEIER, (Gottlieb N. & Wm. D.) Dealers 
in Family Groceries, Provisions, &c. ; also, Saloon, w s Calhoun b 
Wayne and Washipgton 
Niemann Gottlieb, (N & Dammeier) h w s Calhoun b Wayne and Wash- 
ington 
Niermann Herman, h 46 W. Water 

NIERMANN MARTIN, Proprietor Stone Brewery, s w e Harri- 
son and Water; h 43 W. Water 
Nies Helen, widow, h 137 Madison 
Nies Henry, file cutter, bds 137 Madison 
Niesz B. Ellen, servant. 210 W. Berry 

Nietert Christ, cigar maker, bds 157 E. Lewis 

Niezer Mary, h 20 W. Jefferson 

Niezer Wm. J. tinner 81 Columbia, h 20 W. Jcfi"ersoa 

Niil Albert C. clerk J. M. Foellinoer's, bds 34 W. Washington 

Nill Chas. painter, h 180 E. Wayne 

Nill Conrad, h 34 W. Washington 

Nill Conrad, shoe maker, h w s Wells n of Douglas, Bloomingdale 

Nill Edward H. (Geo. C. Nill & Co ) h 34 W. Washington 

Nill Geo. boots and shoes, 140 Columbia, res Bloomingdale 

Nill Geo. C. (Geo. C. N. & Co. i h 59 W. Wayne 

Nill Geo. C. & Co. (Geo. C. N. & Elward H. Nill) drugs, &c., 78 Gal- 
houn 

Nill Geo. E. shoe maker, 140 Columbia, res Geo. Nill's 

Nill H. Edward, clerk, bds 34 W. Washington 

Nill Henry, shoe maker, h s s Front b Cherry and River, w s River 

Nill Lizzie, res 59 W. Wayne 

Niman W. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C R. R. Machine Shop 

Nimeud Sophia, servant, 48 W. Wayne 

NINDE LINDLEY M., Attorney at Law, Office, 14 W. Main; h 
w s Fairfield Av. s of Corp. Line 

Nirdlinger Eli, clerk Fred. Nirdlinser's, bds 33 W. Main 

NIRDLJNGER FRED., Palace of Fashion ; Dealer in Clothing, 
Gents' Furnishing Goods, &c., s w c Calhoun and Columbia, Key- 
stone Block : h 33 W. Main 

Nirdlinger Max, clerk Fred. Nirdlinger's, bds 33 W. Maia 

Nish Geo. painter, h 88 Barr 

Nitsche Mary, widow, h w s Calhoun b Jefferson and Lewis 

Nix V. shoe maker, h 80 E. Jefferson 

Nixon Alfred, teacher, h s w c Harrison and Melita 

Noble Lyman, h s s Maumee Road near Corp. Line 

Noble Mary A. weaver, h w s Barr n of Water 



156 FORT WAYNE [OAK] DIRECTORV. 



Nobold C. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. E. R. Carpenter Shop 

NOHE JOSEPH, i'oaler in Family Groceries, Provisions, See ; also, 

Boot ami Siioc iManuliicturer, nee Broadway and George 
Nohe Wni. shoe maker, h s s Nirdlinger w of Blufiton lload 
Nohrwold Fred, laborer, h s s Lavina b Fairfield Av. and Broadway 
Nolau J. pattern maker, wks P., Ft. VV. &, C. R. R. Machine Shop 
Nolan James, lalorer, h 70 Madison 
Nolau Juhn, laborer, h s s Charles b Lafayette and Clay 
Nolan lAJichael, laborer, h 06 Madison 
Noll A. coppersmith, h n s Lewis b Haiina and Francis 
Noll Ann E. widow, h s w c Calhoun and Water 
Noll B R. book-keeper Meyer Bros. & Co's, h 17 Clinton 
Noll Barbara, widow, h 133 E. Jetfersoa 
Noll Chas. butcher, h 15 E. Wayne 
Noll Chas. (Raab & N.) h 23 E. Wayne 

Noll Edward, cashier Meyer Bros. & Co's, bds 146 E. Wayne 
Noll Ed. M. book-keeper 99 Columbia, bds 146 E. Wayne 
Noll Frank J. clerk 103 Columbia, bds 235 E. Lewis 
Noll Geo. laborer, h 235 E. Lewis 
Noll J. G. (C. Oiff & Co.) h 237 E. Lewis 
Noll John D. dry goods, h n e c Lafayette and Jefferson 
Noll John F. salesman 7 Clinton, h 146 E. Wayne 
Noll M. A. (C. Orff& Co.) h 201 W. Main 
Noll Martin, boots and shoes, 7 Clinton, h 146 E. Wayne 
Noll jMichael, machinist, bds sec Douglas Av. and McClcllaa 
Noll Peter, painter, h n e c Butler and Webster 
Noonan J. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. K. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Noonan James, h 74 Baker 
Noonan Michael, laborer, h 74 Baker 

NORTH AMERICAN INSURANCE CO. OF N. Y., 

Graham & Gotshall, Agents, 7 E. Main 
North John, laborer, h s w c Harrison and Butler 

NORTH-WESTERN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE 

CO. OF MILWAUKEE, WIS., Graham k Gotshall, Agents, 7 E. 

Main 
Norwold Fred, laborer, h 59 cor Webster and Douglas Av 
Nufler L. engineer, T., W. & W. K. R 
Nussmann John, shoemaker, h 90 E. Washington 
Nuttman & Dodez, (J. M. N. & G. C. D.) grocery, s w c Main and 

Harrison 
NUTTMAN J. D., President First National Bank, s e c Main and 

Court ; h u e c Berry and Griffith 
Nuttman J. D., Jr. clerk First National Bank, res J. D. Nuttman's 
Nuttman J. M. (N. & Dodez) h n e c Wayne and Broadway 
Nycura Sarah E. milliner, bds 48 E. Maiu 
Nye Amos, bus Union House 



OAKLEY B. W. & SON, (Benj. W. & Chauncey B.) Dealers in 
Hardware, Cutlery, Rubber and Leather Belting, Saddlery and Car- 
riage Trimmings, &c., 79 Columbia 

Oakley Benj. W. (B. W. 0. & Son) res St. Joe Township 



FORT WAYNE [OPE] DIRECTORY. 157 

Oakley Chauncey B (B. W. Oakley & Son) res Benj. W. Oakley s 
OBERHELMANN WM., Furniture Manufacturer, n s Jefferson 

b Webster and Harrison ; bcls 194 Ewing 
0|Brian P. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Yard 
O'Brian Wm grocery, w s Calhoun b Baker and Railroad, b n s Melita 

b Webster and Kansas 
O'Brien F helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
O'Brien Patrick, laborer, h n s Bass b Prince and Fairfield Av 
O'Brien Thos. helper, b e s Webster b Highland and Dawson 
Ocher Frank, cigar maker, bds Mary Treep's 
O'Connel James, blacksmith, bds 77 E. Berry 
O'Connell Daniel, contractor, h 205 E. Wayne 
O'Connell John, contractor, h 205 E. Wayne 

O'Connor Cornelius, laborer, h s s Jefferson b Ewing and Webster 
O'Connor J. helper, wks P., Ft. W k C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
O'Connor J. helper, wks T., W. & W. R R. Shops 
O'Connor J. M. traveling agent Sutermeistcr & Becker, h n s Jefferson 

b Nelson and Garden 
O'Connor Patrick, helper, bds Eliza Beegan's 
Odd Fello^\s' Hall, e s Court b Main and Berry 
Odell Mrs. Lena, h 134 W. Main 

Odery A. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. E. Carpenter Shop 
Oddou Peter, bds L. C. Centlivre's 
Oddow Joseph, clerk 44 Columbia 
Oelschlager Fred, tailor, wks J. W. Schmidt's 
Offenloch Michael, painter, h 90 Francis 
Oftenloch Peter, sausage maker and saloon, b 101 Francis 
Offenloch Valentine, painter, h w s Force b Jones and (jranfc 
Oger F. M. cigar maker, bds Mary Treep's 
Ogle John J. confectioner, res David Kelker's 
O'Heron T. helper, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 
O'Herriu J. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C, R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
O'Herriu T. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
O'Herron James, blacksmith, h e s Prince b Colerick and Williams 
O'Herron John, laborer, h 128 Madison 
Ohm Christiana, widow, h 127 W. Water 
Ohneck Mary, widow, h 87 E. Jefferson 
Ohnger Geo. laborer, h w s West b Pritchard and Noel 
Ohuhaus Mrs. S. widow, h n s Jefferson b Clay and Lafayette 
Old Fort House, nee Main and Laftiyette, Edwin Wilder, proprietor 
Olds H. G. (N. G. Olds & Son) h s w c Berry and Ewing 
Olds J. V. cashier N. G. Olds & Son's, h s w c Berry and Ewing 
Olds John D. superintendent N. G. Olds & Son's, h s s Wayne b Clay 

and Monroe 
Olds N. G. (N. G. O. & Sou) h 8 w c Berry and Ewing 
OLDS N. G. & SON, (N. G. 0. & H. G. 0.) Manufacturers of 

Wagon and Carriage Material, Spokes, Hubs, &c., s s Railroad b 

Lafayette and Clay 
Ollingschlaeger Fred, tailor, bds 50 Wall 
Neal Chas. conductor, bds Nathaniel C. Miller's 
O'Neal J. molder; wks J. H. Bass' 
O'Neil Thos. laborer, bds nee Barr and Holman 
Onker Andrew, laborer, h n s Wilt b Rockhill and College 
Openshaw James, machinist, bds Mrs. Susan McNamara's 



158 FORT WAYNE [OST] DIRECTORY. 



Oplinger Mary, servant, Jacob Miller's 

Oppelt Joseph, cngiuecr, h u w c Maiu and Fulton 

Ojipenheinier Abnihani, (O. & Becker) h 54 W. Berry 

Oppeuheimer & Becker, (Abraham O. & Jacob B.) hides, pelts, &c., e s 
Calhoun ^d door north oi'Coluuibia 

Oppeuhcinier Jacob, G Harrison, bds 173 W. "Washington 

Orbisuu Alex. iM. (Hill & 0) bds Maiu Street Exchange 

Orbisou H. B. wheat buyer, 131 Columbia, bds American House 

Orbisou Wm. produce dealer, bds American Home 

O'Keily Anthony, laborer, h n s Lewis b Francis and Harmer 

Ortr Christian, (C. O. & Co.) h n w c Calhoun and Water 

ORFF C. & CO., (Christian 0., M. A. Noll k J. G. Noll) Dealers Id 
Dry (Joods, Furs, Notions and Millinery, 1U3 Columbia 

Ortf Gottlieb, carpenter, h 150 Clinton 

Orif Henry, music teacher, h 2ii0 E. Washington 

ORFF JOHN, Proprietor Empire Flour Mills, we.«t end of Main ; 
h junction Huntington and Columbia Koads, w s St. Mary's Kiver 

Orff John 11. clerk Empire Flour Mills, bds John Orff's 

Orme Geo. boiler maker, wks T., W. & W. 11. 11. Shops 

O'Kourke Christopher, res Edward O'llourke's 

O'Rourke Edward, attorney and prosecuting attorney Allen Co. Criminal 
Court, n w c Main and Calhoun, h 21 MeClellaa 

O'Rourke Francis, tailor, h rear 47 E. Water 

O'Kourke J. C. conductor, res Eaward O'liourke's 

O'Rourke Michael, foreman, bds 24 Montgomery 

O'ROURKE P. S., Master of Transportation P., Ft. W. & C. R. R., 
Office nee Clinton and Railroad; h w s McClellan opp Douglas Av 

Orr Jane, widow, h e s Lafayette b Lasselle and Buchanan 

Orr John W. engineer, h 12G W. Wayne 

Orr Michael, teamster, h west end \\ alnut, w s River 

Orr Peter, res Michael Orr's, w s River 

Ortlieb John G. bar-keeper, John G. Koeblc's 

Ortman Chas. F. cigar maker, b s e c Washington and Harrison 

Ortman Henry, cigar maker, bus Main b Van Bureu and Jackson 

Ortman Henry W. cigar maker, h w s Feeder north of High, Blooming- 
dale 

Ortman Theodore, cigar maker, h 54 W. W^ashington 

Orvis Mrs. Geo. B. widow, res Caroline P. Ferry's 

O'Ryan Patiick, carpenter, h n s Baker b Harrison and Webster 

O'Ryan Patrick, Jr. carpenter, h n s Baker b Harrison and Webster 

Osenbaugh 1. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 

Osijood , conductor, bds Y. R. Davis' 

Osgood Moses R. engineer, h s e c Harrison and Grand 

O'Shaughnessey Chas. laborer, bds nee Water and Clinton 

O'Shaughnessey Martin, laborer, bds nee Water and Clinton 

O'Shauglinessy John, helper, bds 42 Wilt 

O'Shaughnessy John, molder, bds Michael Fitzpatrick's 

O'Shaughnessy Martin, laborer, h n w c Hoagland Av. and Colerick 

O'Shaugbenesy Nora, servant, 1) E. Wayne 

Oster A. helper, wks P., Ft. \V. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Osterman Henry, cooper, h 257 E. Jefferson 

Osterman John, engineer, h alley b Virginia and Wallace and Lafayette 

and Clay 
Osterman L. drayman, h 237 E. Washington 



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Osvold Eliza, servant, 153 W. Wayne 

Oswalt Albert, brakeman, bds 91 B. Washington 

Oswold Geo. boatman, h e s Broadway b P., Ft. W. & C. R. E. and 

Lavina 
Otoe Francis, helper, wks John B. Comstock's 
OTT FRANZ, House, Sign, Ornamental and Fresco Painter ; Shop 

and Residence, s w c 1st and N. Harrison, Bloomingdale 
Ott Henry, barber, bds F. W. Meyer's 
Ottan Louis, laborer, h 168 E. Washington 
Otten Louis, laborer, h w s Gray b Jones and Grant 
Ouman C. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 
Out Peter, laborer, h s s VV. 4th west of Wells, Bloomingdale 
Overbock M. painter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Paint Shop 
Overbock V. painter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Paint Shop 
Overley Daniel, teamster, h s s Jones b College and Nelson 
Overley James, laborer, h n s Front west of Mechanics, w s River 
Overley John, whitewasher, h e s Force b Grant and St. Francis 
Overly Samuel, laborer, h w s Hood b Pritchard and Noel 
Owens Matt, boiler maker, h 136 Lafayette 

P 

PACIFIC INSURANCE CO. OF CALIFORNIA, Graham 

& Gotshall, Agents, 7 E. Main 
Pacineau J. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 
Page Lena, seamstress, wks Moderwell & Fowler's 
Pageler Fred. F. laborer, h n w c Monroe and Montgomery 
Palmer Carrie, servant, 1-12 W. Jefferson 

Palmer Elizabeth, widow, h n s High w of St. Marys Av., Bloomingdale 
Pantlind Henry, driver, h 59 W. Main 

Pape Chas. teamster, h south of the west end of High, Bloomingdale 
Pape Wm. (Wm. P. & Co.) h s s High w of St. Marys Av., Bloomingdale 
Pape Wm. & Co. wood yard, cor W. & E. Canal and Harrison 
Parisoe Louis, laborer, h 18 E. Wayne 

Parisot Joseph, brick maker, h w s Hanna b Lasselle and Buchanan 
Park Voluey, contractor, bds 57 W. Water 
Park Wm. h s s Front b Centre and Cherry, west side River 
Parker Dell, chambermaid, Hedekin House 
Parks Wm. head sawyer, wks J. R. Hoflman & Bro's 
Parnin Auguste, clerk 58 Columbia, h 206 E. Wayne 
Parrot Peter, carpenter, h n s Oak b Division and Walnut 
Pa.sino Peter, brakeman, bds Main Street Exchange 

Passanot Joseph, machinist, h e s Lafayette b Buchanan and St. Francis 
Patler F. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Pattan Terrence, saloon, s s Columbia b Barr and Lafayette 
Patterson Glenn, carpenter, h w s Francis b Hamilton and Hough 
Patterson Isabel, servant, 40 Jackson 

Patterson James 0. turner, h s s Wallace b Barr and Lafayette 
Patterson O. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Patton Jesse, policeman, h s s Baker b Harrison and Webster 
I Patton Wm. carpenter, bds nee Water and Clinton 
Paul Benjamin, carpenter, bds Union House 



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Paul Chas. laborer, h s s High w of Wells, Bloomingdale 

Paul Fred, laborer, h s w c Highland and Harrison 

Paul Henry, bds American House 

Paul Jacob, helper, h n s Wallace b Clay and Monroe 

Paul Wni. grocery, 130 Columbia, lime office, nee Pearl and Cass, h 

sec Jefferson and Harrison 
Payne Elizabeth, widow, res Samuel S. Payne's 
Payne J. W. helper, bds Elizabeth Payne's 
Payne John W. carriage finisher, bds Samuel S. Payne's 
Payne Samuel S. glue maker, h e s Western opp Wayne 
Pearson Chas. drayman, h s w c Front and Cherry, west side River 
Pea.^ 3Iary, servant, 112 E. Washington 
Peckover Geo. bds 21 Holman 
Petrg Catherine E. res Philip Hines' 
PELTIER & CARLL, (Louis P. & Geo. S. C.) Undertakers and 

Coffin 31akers, 2-1 E. Berry 
Peltier Louis, (P. & Carll) h 49 E. Lewis 
"Pence Henry, laborer, h C2 Madison 
Pennington Henry, hostler, bds Main Street Exchange 
Pennsylvania House, Mrs. J. L. Cuuiraings, s w c Calhoun and Baker 
Pens C. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 
Pens E. Conrad, assessor, h 19G W. Washington 
Pequegnot C. F. laborer, h n s Buchanan b Lafayette and'Cass 
Pequeno C. F. clerk 79 Columbia, bds Mayer House 
Perin James, brakeman, h e s Barr b Montgomery and Holman 
Perry Bradley, stone mason, h s s Washington b Nelson and Garden 
Perry Edgar A. gas fitter, bds 158 W. Wayne 
Perry Frank, machinist, bds 158 W. Wayne 
Perry Joseph, carpenter, h s e c Division and Oak 
Perry John, stone mason, bds Bradley Perry's 
Perry John B. engineer, h 158 W. Wayne 
Peters Benj. tanner, wks Braeuchle &. Co's 
Peters Ernst, laborer, wks J. R. Hoffman & Bro's 
Peters Fred, laborer, bds 89 W. Jefferson 
Peters H. Fred, sawyer, wks J. R. Hoffman & Bro's 
Peters Wm. carpenter, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 
Peters Wm. clerk 9 E. Main, bds 134 E. Washington 
Peters Wm. laborer, bds 1.34 E. Washington 
Petgen Nicholas, laborer T., \V. & W. R^R. Freight Depot, h n e c Melita 

and Kansas 
Pettit Louisa R. widow, h n e c Wayne and Lafayette 
Pettyjohn Eliza, clerk 91 Columbia, res Bloominudale 
Petzinger F. boiler maker, wks P., Ft. W. & C. ICR. Boiler Shop 
Petzinger F., Jr. boiler maker, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Boiler Shop 
Petzinger Louisa, widow, h w s Wells n of Douglas, Bloomingdale 
Pfoifer K. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Pl'eiffer A. laborer, h n w c Jefferson and Francis 
Pfeiffer Henry, clerk 89 Columbia, bds 118 Harrison 
Pfeiffer J.C. ct Co. (John C. P., Jacob Thumra & Fred. Wehrs) flour 

mills, e s Wells at Canal Feeder, Bloomingdale 
Pfeiffer John C. (J. C. P. & Co.) res country 
Pfeiffer Joseph, Jr. stone cutter, bds Union House 
Pfeiffer Jo.seph, Sen. stone cutter, bds Union House 
I Pfleger Joseph, teamster, h 89 W. Washington 



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Phelps Geo. porter, 85 Columbia, bds 107 Jackson 

Phelps James C. brakeman, h w s Jackson b Jefferson and Washington 

Phelps John W. clerk 88 Calhoun, bds 107 Jackson 

Phillabaum J. M. broom maker, e s Calhoun b Douglas Av. and Holman, 

h s s Grand b Harrison and Webster 
Phillabaum Linda, servant, 16 W. Lewis 
Phillabaum Margaret, seamstress, h 237 W. Washington 
Philley M. S. school teacher, h n w c Ewing and George 
Phillips B. groceries and liquors, e s Calhoun b Main and Columbia, h 

121 W. Main 
Phillips Elizabeth, widow, h 212 Lafayette 
PHILLIPS GEO., Proprietor Phillips House, n w c Columbia and 

Lafayette 
PHILLIPS HOUSE,' Geo. Phillips, Proprietor, n w c Columbia 

and Lafayette 
Phillips John, bds Phillips House 
Phillips John, clerk 103 Columbia, bds B. Philliirs' 
Phillips M. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. K. R. Machine Shop 

Phoenix Block, w s Calhoun b Main and Columbia 

Pickard F. D. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 

Pickard Thomas R. foreman J. H. Pass', h 106 E. Washington 

Pickens Amos, trunk maker, h s s Washington b Fulton and Broadway 

PIEPENBRINK CHRISTIAN, City Treasurer, Office in City 
Hall ; h 6 W. Jefferson n w c Calhoun 

Piepeubrink Christian, teamster, bds John Orff's 

Pieper Frederick, blacksmith, h 69 W. Jefferson 

Pierce Alfred R clerk Biddle & Brandrift's, bds American House 

Pierce Betsy, widow, res 257 W. Wayne 

Pierce Daniel, clerk, bds American House 

Pierce Everett, machinist, h 103 Madison 

Pierce James S. (Emrick & P.) h 257 W. Wayne 

PIERR J. & P., (Jacob & Peter) Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry 
Goods, Notions, Millinery, &c., s w c Calhoun and Pearl, Phoenix 
Block 

Pierr Jacob, (J. & P. P ) h 96 W. Berry 

Pierr Peter, (J. & P. F.) h n w c Washington and Union 

Pierrot Mrs. C. widow, h s s Lasselle b Lafayette and Cass 

Pierson Peter, clerk Geo. W. Ely's, bds 202 VV. Wayne 

Pigeon Nicholas, laborer, h n e c Kansas and Melita 

Pilgrim L. L. conductor, h 239 Lafayette 

Pilzer Christina, widow, h opp Brewery, Bloomingdale 

Pio Wm. collar maker, h 84 E. Wayne 

Pipenbrink Conrad D. (Meyer & P.) h 48 W. Washington 

Piper Fred, machinist, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Pisano Martin, boots and shoes, w s Calhoun near Washington, h 92 
Jefferson 

PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE & CHICAGO RAIL- 
WAY, Freiaht Office and Depot, n s R. R. Track e of Calhoua 

PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE & CHICAGO RAIL- 
WAY, General Office for Western Division, nee Clinton and Rail- 
road 

PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE & CHICAGO RAIL- 
WAY, Machine, Blacksmith, Boiler, Car, Paint and Coppersmith 
Shops, Round House and Yard, n s R. R. Track b Clinton and Clay 



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PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE & CHICAGO RAIL- 
WAV, W'osteru lJivi.-iun SupcrinttMidcuts Ullice, u e c Cliutou and 
J^ulroiul ; Chns. E. (Ji'i-hani, Superintendent 
Plattor A. M. brakeman, bds Elizabeth Plattor's 
Plattor Elizabeth, widow, h s s Pearl b Maiden Lane and Cass 
Flatter (-ieo. I. brakeman, bds Elizibeth Plattor's 
Plattor Harriet 0. res Elizabeth Plattor's 
Plock Ilcrniar, fireman, h liHi \V. Jefferson 
Plorr Ellen, widow, h w s Calhoun b Jefferson and Lewis 
Pluei:<;e Louis, laborer, h n e c High and St. Marys Av., Bloomingdale 
Plues Sherman, engineer, bds s w c Webster and Douglas Av 
I'oela Mary, widow, res Christ. Bernhardt's 
Poctsch Fred, basket maker, h n s Water b Harrison and Casa 
Pofiinberger Jacob, carpenter, h 220 Lafayette 
l^oitsch Fred, basket maker, h s s Water b Ewing and Cass 
Polhamus Albert H. engineer, h n s Montgomery b Clay and Monroe 
PoUac Sam. peddler, bds Steuben House 
Pond !''. W. clerk 83 Columbia, bds Hamilton House 
Pool Margaret, widow, h s s Williams b Webster and Hoagland Av 
Poole E. O. engineer, h 2G2 W. Jefferson 
Poor Cornelia, dress maKer, bds 1-i E. Water 
Popitz Henry, wagon maker, bds Steuben tlousc 
Porter Francis C. plasterer, h w s Fairfield Av. b Lavina and P., Ft. W. 

& C. R. 11 
Porter Humphrey, boiler maker, h 30 Williams 
POST OI'FICE, east side Court b Main and Berry ; J, J. Kamm, 

Postmaster 
Poston E. W. carpenter, h n s Jones b College and Nelson 
Putter John, carpenter, h s e c Pearl and Griffith 
POTTER JOSEPH L., Carpenter, Contractor and Stair Builder, 

Shop nee Main and Griffith ; h 250 W. Wayne 
Potter Thos. carpenter, bds sec Pearl and Griffith 
Poulson Britton, pattern and model maker, 27 W^. Water 

Powell Charity, widow, h n s Holmau b Barr and Lafayette 

Powell David, plumber, h n e c Rockhill and VVashington 

Powers Enimett M. with Fletcher & Powers, bds IGO E. Wayne 

Powers John, livery stable, h 154 E Wayne 

Powers John A. (Fletcher & P.) h 160 E. Wayne 

Poyser Hiram, pattern maker, h 176 W. Jefferson 

Prang Hannah, servant, 96 W. Wayne 

Pranger Conrad, laborer, h 20-1 E. Washington ' 

Prauger John H. carpenter, h 160 E. Washington 

Pranger Wm. h 160 E. Washii gton 

Pratt Allen, bricklayer, h 10 Moutgomery 

Pratt Nina, dress maker, h n s Washington b Webster and Ewing 

Pratt Wm. T. h 20 Douglas Av 

Preney Peter, laborer, bds 65 Columbia 

Prentice Patrick, laborer, h s s Baker b Kansas and Fairfield Av 

Prentiss Chas. C. res Jos. K. J'rentiss', Bloomingdale 

Prentiss Jos. R. (J, C. Bowser & Co.) h s e c 3d and Wells, Blooming- 
dale 

Pressler Geo. carpei»ter, h n s Butler b Hoagland Av. and Fairfield Av 

Pressler John, tinner, h s w c Webster and Brandriff 

Prince Isaac, engineer, h w s N. Calhoun b -Ith and 5th, Bloomingdale 



FORT WAYNE [RAI] mRECIORY. 163 

Prince Thos. machinist, h w s N. Calhoun b 4th and 5th, Bloomingdale 

Probasco A. C. collector W. & E. Canal, office, n w c Columbia and 
Clinton, h s w c ]jafayette and 31ain 

Pronger Addie, waiter, American House 

Pronger Henry, cooper, wks Schelker, Beugnot & Go's 

Prouty F. D. & Co. (Fred. D. P. & Daniel Shordon) agricultural imple- 
ments, 37 Columbia 

Prouty Fred. D. (F. D. P. & Co.) res Columbus, Ohio 

Pukownik John, laborer, h e s John s of Samuel 

Pulsifer C. W. carpenter, wks P., Ft. VV. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 

Puos Amelia, servant, 87 W. Main 

Purdy Theodore, physician, h 15 W. Jefferson 

Purman Andrew J. law student 50 Calhoun, bds Mayer House 

Pursell Erwin A. (Ross & P.) h 8 Harrison 

Putnam H. N. book-keeper, h 117 E. Wayne 

Putt John, laborer, bds Chas. "^Viest's 



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Quick James F. carpenter, h 117 Broadway 

Quicksell Peter, engineer, h 161 Broadway 

Quicksell Thos. fireman, h 251 E. Lewis * 

Quidor Nathan, engineer, h 48 Wilt 

Quinlan Dennis, carpenter, h e s Prince b Colerick and Williams 

Quiun Bridget, widow, h e s Pine b J^ocust and T., W. & VV. R. R 

Quinn Daniel, laborer, bds Bridget Quinn's 

Quiun Jas. h 101 W. Jefferson 

Quinn Mary, servant, 2G3 W. Wayne 

Quiun Michael, laborer, h s s Taylor b Oakley and Fairfield Av 

Quinn Patrick, laborer, bds Bridget Quinn's 

Quinn R. B. marble cutter, nee Main and Cass, h 257 W. Berry 

Quinn Wm. clerk 86 Columbia, bus Duck b Clinton and Barr 

Iv 

Raab Fred. (R. & Noll) h 173 E. Washington 

Raab John, pork packer and grocer, 92 Columbia, h 112 W. Jefferson 

Raab & Noll, (Fred. R. & Chas. K.) groceries, s s Columbia b Clinton 

and Barr 
Rabus John, tailor, h w s Wells b High and Bowser, Bloomingdale 
Rabus Magdalena, widow, h n s Douglas w of Wells, Bloomingdale 
Racine A. horse collars, sec Columbia and Barr, h n w c 1st and N. 

Cass, Bloomingdale 
Racine F. L. horse collars, n e c N. Cass and 1st, Bloomingdale 
Raetz Tobias, carpenter, h 249 W. Wayne 
Rafesnyder Al. brakeman, bds 21 Holman 
Rahe A. molder, wks J. C. Bowser & Co's 
Rahe Henry, carpenter, h 127 Broadway 
Railing J. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 
Ruiner A. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 



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Ri Iciph Ellen inilliuer, 70 Calhoun 

H.-ilcitrli Miss Nancy, niillinery rooms, 70 Calhoun 

Kalliliaii Kate, waiter, Avoline House 

Ralsion L. S. maoliiuist, bds 138 W Waehin2;ton 

Ralston Samuel, wagon maker, wks sec Pearl and .Fulton 

Rauibo R. W. watch maker and optician, n w c Calhoun and Berry, h 

120 W. Washington 
Rambo Wm. W. clerk U. S. Collector's Office, bds 120 W. Washington 
Ramsey P. machinist, wks Murray it Baker's 
RANDALL FRANKLIN P., Mayor, Office, w s Clinton b Co- 

himliia and Main ; h n e c Berry and Lafayette 
RANDALL FRANKLIN P., Attorney at Law and Land and 

Insurance Agent, Office, w s Clintou b Columbia and Main ; h n e c 

Berry and Lafayette 
Rank John, laborer, h s s Wayne b Ilauna and Francis 
Ranke Frederick, machinist, h 119 W. Washington 
Ranke Fred., Jr. machinist, wks J. C. Bowser & Co's 
Ranke Henry machinist, bds 119 W. Washington 
Ranke Wm/(R , Ycr<:ens & Co.) h l2l W. Washington 
RANKE, YERGENS & CO., (Wm. R., Wm. Y., Fred. Brandt 

ct Christopher Hettlcr) Manufacturers of Barrel Staves and Finish- 
ed Heading, nee Griffith and AV. & E. Canal 
Ranney Francis, 40 E, Washington 
Raplee E. W. bds Main Street Exchange 
Rapp G. (t. saloon, n s Main b Calhouu and Harrison 
Rapp J. blacksmith, wks T.. W. & W. R. R. Shops 

RAQUET CHRISTIAN, Manufacturer and Dealer in Guns, Pis- 
tols, Cutlery, Fishing Tackle, &c., 20 W. Main 
Raquct Peter, uunsmith, h w s Ewing b Wayne and Berry 
RASTETTER LOUIS, Machinist; Manufacturer of Tower 

Clocks, Printing Presses. Models, Steam Engines, &c., Shop and 

Residence, u e c Calhoun and Jetterson 
Raszner Fred, clerk, bds Henry Stell horn's 
Rater F. laborer, wks T., W. & \V. R. R. Yard 
RAU CASPER, Proprietor Steuben House, sec Calhoun and 

Washington 
Rauh August, molder, bds 110 VV. Water 

Rauh Gustaye, plasterer, h n w c N. Cass and 2d, Bloomingdale 
Rauhaust Fred, laborer, h 218 E. Jefferson 
Rauncr Jos. saloon, e s Calhoun b Railroad Track and Wallace 
Rauth Margaret, servant, Mayer House 

Rawley Andrew C. helper, h s s Bass b Hoagland Av. and Prince 
Rawley liridget, servant, 138 W. Washington 

Kay Addison, switchman, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R., bds Eli Cramer's 
Ray H. carpenter, wks T., W. & W. R R. Shops 
RAY W. F., .Master Mechanic Toledo, Wabash k Western Railway, 

Office, at Railway Shops, Railroad Track west of Ewing ; h 53 

Baker 
Rayder Geo. sawyer, h 213 W. Wayne 
Rayhouser G. L Z. printer Ft. Wayne Gazette, h n w c Hoagland A v. 

and Butler 
Rayhouser iMary M. widow, h n w c Hoagland Av. and Butler 
Raymond W. H. bds 'M E. Washington 
jRazine Jacob, collar maker, bds Steuben House 



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Read Asahel J. (A. J. R. & Son) h 16 W. Wayne 

READ A. J. & SON, (Asahel J. & Henry A.) Livery and Sale 
Stable, 18 W. Wayne" 

Read Chas. E. clerk 46 Calhoun, bds A. J. Read's 

Read Henry A. (A, J. Read & Sou) h s s Ewlng b Wayne and Wash- 
ington 

READ MOSES, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Flour, Feed and 
General Produce, 40 Columbia ; h 126 W. Main 

Ready David, engineer, h n e c Bass and Prince 

Ready Jos. tailor, h w s Hanna b Madison and Lewis 

Ready Wm. blacksmith, h w s Hoagland Av. b Colerick and Williams 

Reaker S. H. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 

Reber George, laborer, vrks Braeuclile & Go's 

Reckermann Henry, shoe maker, h 157 Madison 

Redding Eliza, bds Mary Bonfield's 

Reddy Jos. tailor, h e s Calhoun b Washington and Jefferson 

Redelriheimer David, (S. Redelsheimer & Son) h n e c Broadway & Wash- 
ington 

Redelsheimer Flora, clerk 94 Calhoun, h 48 W. Wayne 

Redelsheimer H. optician, w s Calhoun near Main, h 30 W. Washington 

REDELSHEIMER S. & SON, (Sigmuud & David) Wholesale 
Dealers in Wines, Liquors, &c., 93 Columbia 

Redelsheimer Sigmund, (S. R. & Son) h 48 W. Wayne 

Redpath Marietta, res John Greer's 

Reece Henry, bricklayer, h s s Jefferson b Union and Rockhill 

Reed Isaac, molder, h 147 Madison 

Reed J. engineer, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 

Reed J. S. clerk 24 E. Main, h 69 Wilt 

Reed James, h 147 Madison 

Reed James, railroad contractor, bds American House 

ReedJohn, leather, 24 E. Main, bds Aveline House 

Reed Wm. B. teamster, h e s Bluffton Road adjoining P., Ft. W. & C. 
Railway 

Reedt H. laborer, wks P., Ft. W\ & C. R. R. Round House 

Reehling Henry, machinist, bds 220 Madison 

Reehling Jacob, teamster, h 220 Madison 

Reehling Philip, harness maker, bds 220 Madison 

Reeps C. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 

Reeps Henry, carpenter, h n s Henry b Oakley and Fairfield Av 

Reese Chas (Chas. R. & Co.) h 75 Montgomery 

REESE CHAS. & CO., Chair Manufacturers, s s Grand b Cal- 
houn and Harrison 

Reese Daniel, blacksmith, bds Michael Fitzpatrick's 

Reese G. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Round House 

Reeser J. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Reffelt Henry, res August Beforden's 

Reffelt Wm. R. deputy Street Commissioner, h w s Barr b Main and Co- 
lumbia 

REGISTER IN BANKRUPTCY, Office, n w c Calhoun and 
Main ; D. P. Whedon, Register 

Rehley Christina, servant, Philip Arcntz's 

Rehling A. boiler maker, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Boiler Shop 

Rehling Conrad, blacksmith, h 51 Madison 

Rehling Conrad, tailor, h 95 Madison 



106 FORT WAYiNE [RE I] DIRECTORY, 

Rehlinp Ernst, boiler maker, h 157 E. Lewis 

Rehling Fred, blacksniith, h w s Gay b Samuel and Charley 

IJcblini: Henry, boiler maker, h 155 E. Lewis 

Rehliiii: John, helper, h e s Force b Herndon and Jones 

Rehni Christian, laborer, h 241 \V. VVashinfjjton 

Rohm Christian, laborer, h e s Lafayette b Ilolman and Montgomery 

Rohm Christ, laborer, h w s John b Jones and Crant 

Rehm I'oter, tanner, h s w c Wells and High, Bloomingdale 

Kehm Samuel, carpenter, h e s Broadway b Laviua and P., Ft. W. & C 

Riiilroad 
Rchncii Bernard, book-keeper 56 Calhoun, bds 64 W. Wayne 
Rohncn Henry, bricklayer, bds 64 W. Wayne 
Rohnen Ulrich, bricklayer, h 64 W. Wayne 

Rehorst F. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C R. R. Carpenter Shop 
Rehr T. firem;,n, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R 
Rehrer Thomas, fireman, h 142 Jackson 
Reibbehnan Henry, blacksmith, h 109 Broadway 
Reid A. D. (A. D. R. & Co ) h n e c Berry and Broadway 
REID A. D. & CO., (A. D. R. & R. A. Lig-et) ManufMcfurers of 
Steel Plows, Harrows. Cultivators, &c., s w c Main and Maiden Lane 
Reidy David, engineer, h n e c Bass and Prince 
Reiling August, machinist and locksmith, n w c Pearl and Ewing 
Reiling Fred, policeman, h n s Wall west of Hood 
Reiling H. boiler maker, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 
Reiliug Rebecca, servant. 111 Barr 
Reineke Christian, upholsterer, h 105 Barr 
Reineke Fred, upholsterer, h 105 Barr 
Reinhart Matthias, shoemaker, h 289 E. Jefferson 
Reinicke C. upholsterer, wks 52 E. Main 
Reiuke F. W. steward,' Concordia College 

REINKE WM. F., Manufacturer^ Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes, Snuff, &c., Calhoun b Berry and Wayne ; 
h n w c Mails and Cass 
Reinking I'red. (Robs, En e & R.) h e s Ewing south of Jefferson 
Reinking Fred W. clerk, bds Fred, Reinking's 
Reinking Henry, carpenter, bds Henry Honiek's 
Reiutsler David, laborer, h n s Wall west of Hood 
Reinwald Hecry, laborer, h n s Williams b Webster and Hoagland Av 
Reinwall Wm. helper, h w s Harrison b Dawson and Williams 
Reiser Ceo. laborer, h s w c Hanoa and Holman 
Reiter Andrew C. printer, res Elizabeth Reiter's 
Reiter Edward F. grain dealer, h s s Lewis b Barr and Lafayette 
Reiter Elizabeth, servant, 250 W, Berry 
Reiter Elizabeth, widow, h s s Lewis b .8arr and Lafayette 
Reiter Fred, drayman, h n e c Webster and Douglas Av 
REITER GEO., Manufacturer of Fine Cigars and Wholesale and 
Retail Dealer in Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos, 3 Aveline House 
Block ; h 62 Barr 
Reiter Geo. \V. cigar maker, bds 62 Barr 
Reiter Henry, machinist, h n s Wall west of Hood 
Reiter Wm. carpenter, h 156 Ewing 
Reiter Wra. laborer, h 44 Lavina 

Reitz Chas. carpenter, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co.'s 
I Reitz Tobias, foreman Cochrane, Humphrey & Co.'s 



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Reitze Wm. F. clerk Ft. Wayne National Bank, bds 103 W. Main 

Rekers Bernard J. carpenter, h s w c Washington and P]wiug 

Rekers Clem. A. recorder Allen Co., office in Court House, h 106 W. 

Washington 
Rekers Gerhard, groceries, provisions, &c., nee Washington and Ewing, 

h 108 W. Washington 
Remrael Augustus C. (Aurentz & R.) bds 302 W. Jeflferson 
Remmel Caleb L. fireman, bds 302 W. Jefferson 

Remmert Herman, laborer, h n s Douglas west of Wells, Bloomingdale 
Remmert H. J. pattern maker, h 151 W. Washington 
Reneau Isaac, laborer, h n s Chicago b Kansas and Fairfield Av 
Renfrew Benton, -nachinist, bds Rea K. Renfrew's 
Renfrew Lida, millinery, bds Mrs J. S. Delzell's 
Renfrew P. G. wks N. G. Olds & Sod's 
Renfrew Rea K. cooper, h e s Force b Jones and Grant 
Renfrew Robt. laborer, bds Rea K. Renfrew's 
Renne Robt., Jr. tanuei*, wks Braeuchle & Co.'s 
Renne Robt., Sr. tanner, wks Braeuchle & Co.'s 
Renner F. 0. W. teacher of drawin^;, h 96 B. Jefferson 
Renshaw J. coppersmith, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 
Renshaw Joseph, n.older. h n s Butler b Harrison and Calhoun 
Reusman Bernard, porter, 56 Calhoun, h 278 B. Wayne 
Rensmann Martin, res Henry Hilker's 

Rentschler David, laborer, h n s Wall west of Bluffton Road 
Renz Adam, laborer, h 249 E. Washington 
Repine John, brakeman, bds Arthur Whitehead's 
Reppe W. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 
Resener Fred, clerk 87 Columbia, bds Henry Stellhorn'a 
Resor Mattie, bds 91 E. Washington 
Ressing John, cabinet maker, wks Emrick & Pierce's 
Reuss G. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 
Reutze A. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 

Reynolds J. W. candy maker, 83 and 85 Columbia, h 49 E. Main 
Rhem Samuel, carpenter, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Uo.'s 
Rhine Fred, laborer, h 327 W. Jefferson 

Rhine John, laborer, h s s Taylor b Oakley and Fairfield Av 
Rhinesmith Elizabeth, widow, res John Rhinesmith's 
Rhinesmith John, (Clark & R.) h s e c Wayne and Jackson 
Rhinesmith Susan, res John Rhinesmith's 

Rhodenbeck C. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Rhodes Josiah, cooper, h n s Duck b Calhoun and Clinton 
Rhodes S. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Rhodia Sophia, widow, bds Sturgis House 
Rhodmeier F. wkg N. G. Olds & Son's 

Rholeman W. painter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Paint Shop 
Rhueark Thos. H. brakeman, bds Harmon House 
Rice Jas. H. peddler, h w s Lafayette south of Suttenfield 
Rice Mrs. Lucy, res Joseph Harter's 
Rich Wm. laborer, bds 149 VV. Berry 
Richard Geo. C. bill poster, h 14 E. Water 
Richards Mrs. Catharine, h s s Virginia b Lafayette and Clay 
Richards D. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 
Richards Henry, servant, 64 E. Berry 
Richards John D. laborer, h n s Lasselle b Hanna and Monroe 



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Richardson Oscar, wagon maker, bds John H. Williams' 

Hichcy Amos, (McCalloch .t R.) h 87 W. Main 

Richcy Mary, waiter, Aveline House 

Rifhey Sarah A. widow, res 128 Jackson 

Riddle tt Bro. (Thos. J. & James T.) carriage and buggy manufacturers, 
38 Columbia, s w c liarr 

Riddle Jas. T. (R. & Cro.) bds Hedckia House 

Ri(idle Thos. J. (R. <t Bro.) bds Hedekin House 

llidor John, brakeman, h w s (Griffith b Jefferson and George 

Ricdcl John, teacher, h 19G Barr 

Ricdmiller Geo.. Jr. laborer, bds Geo. Eiedmiller's, Sr 

Rii'dniillcr Goo., Sr. laborer, li s s Taylor west of Broadway 

Jlicdniiller John, (Dicrh^tein & R.) h s s Taylor west of Broadway 

RIEDMILLER JOHN M., Proprietor Eagle Brewery, s s Taylor 
we.^^t of Broadway 

Riehl John, bds Felix Herbst's 

Rieiy Maggie, servant, John N. Wilt's 

Ries Philip A. tailor, h w s Francis b Jefferson and Madison 

Riley Anna, widow, h n s Lewis b Francis j^nd Harmer 

Riley Cornelius, laborer, h e s Calhoun south of Butler 

Riley L. J. brakeman, h u e c Holman and Lafayette 

J^ilcy Wra. brakeman, h n s Butler b Webster and Hoagland Av 

Rincrman H. blacksmith, wks T., W. k W. R. R. Shops 

Rinwold H. carpenter, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Rinwold W. carpenter, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Rippe Wm. carpenter, h n s Lewis b Webster and Ewing 

Rippe Wm., Jr. carpenter, bds Wm. Rippe's 

Ripper Wm. carpenter, h e s Oakley b Henry and Poplar 

Risking August, shoemaker, h s s High west of Wells, Bloomingdalc 

Rissing John, cabinet maker, bds August Rissing's, Bloomingdale 

Ritchi-ey Wm. book-keeper, bds 103 W. Main 

Ritter Anthony, stone mason, h w s Wells b High and Bowser, Bloom- 
ingdale 

Ritter F. machiuist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 

Ritter Jacob, machinist, h e s Lafayette b Lasselle and Buchanan 

Ritter Matilda, servant, J. W. Smith's 

Rivers Chas. painter, h w s Wells b High and Bowser, Bloomingdale 

Roach James, helper, h n s Baker b Harrison and Webster 

Roach John, h s w c Calhoun arid Water 

Robbe Alphonse, clerk, bds 27 Barr 

Robbe Filmore, collar maker, bds 27 Barr 

Bobbins Chas. G. carpenter, h e s Hanua b Hamilton and Hough 

Bobbins E. F. laborer, bds Union House 

Bobbins John E. foreman P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Stock Yard, h n e c 
Gay and Jones 

Roberts Wm. A. (Brandriff & K.) bds Aveline House 

Robertson Robt. S. attorney, n w c Calhoun and Main, h n s Holman 
one door east of Calhoun 

Robinson 11. fireman, T., W. & W. R. R 

Robinson James 11. bds Hanna House 

ROBINSON REV. JOHN B., A. M., President Ft. Wayne 

College, west end Wayne street 
Robinson W. machinist, wks J. H. Bass' 
Robison David A. janitor Court House, h 28 E. Berry 



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Ilobison Isabella, widow, h e s Hanoa b Lewis and Hamiltoa 

Kocholl Morris A. shoemaker, h 99 W. Wayne 

Rock J. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Rockhill Emily W. widow, h s e c Collejre and Wayne 

Rodabaugh Thos. J. foreman P., Ft. W. & C, R. R. Paint Shop, h 204 

W. JeSerson 
Rodcmann John Wm. cigar maker, h n w c Highland and Harrison 
R idemann Wm. cigar maker, h n w c Highland and Harrison 
Rodenieier Fred, teamster, bds Clias. Wahla's 
Kodeuback Fred, boiler maker, h 208 E. Jetferson 
Rodenbeck Conrad, helper, h 160 E Lewis 
Rodenbeck F. boiler maker, wks J. H. Bass' 
Rodenbeck Henry, helper, bds 160 E. Lewis 
Rodenbeck Mary, servant, 1-1:5 W. Water 
Rodenbeck Wm. laborer, bds 55 Wilt 
Rodenbeck Wra. laborer, h 65 Madison 

Rodenberger G. painter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Paint Shop 
Rddeuberger Geo. laborer, h n s Henry b Fairfield Av. and Hoagland Av 
Rodgcrs Wm. boiler maker, h 128 E. Wayne 
Roeiiert H. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 
Roell Peter, h w s Calhoun b Jefferson and Lewis 
Roelle Frank G. fireman, h 1-43 Harrison 

Ruelle Jacob, machinist, h w s Calhoun b Jefferson and Lewis 
Roelle Susan, widow, h w s Calhoun b Jefferson and Lewis 
Roembke Fred, laborer, h 55 Wilt 
Roeser Chas. clerk 94 Columbia, bds 74 W. Main 
Roesler henry C. machinist, h n s Jefferson b Ewing and Griffith 
Roesler Julius, tailor, h s s W^as^hiiigton b Nelson and Garden 
Roesler P. machinist, wks Murray tSt Baker's 
Roethe B. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 

Rogers Bridget, widow, h w s Jackson b Jefferson and Washington 
liogcrs Cnas. hel{)er, wks P., Ft. \V. & C. R. R. Boiler Shop 
R )gers Christopher, helper wks P., Ft. W. & C. Pt. R. Boiler Shop 
Rogers Rev. John, bds 152 E. Wayne 
Rogers Wm. H. boiler maker, h 128 E. Wayne 
Rogge Ernst, tailor, bds 128 E. Wayne 
Rogge Ernst, tailor, bds 25 E. Main 

Rogge Wm. carpenter, h n w c 3IcClellan and Brackenridge 
Rogiioff Wm. cigar maker, h 16 W. Washiugton 
Rohdcnbeck A.lielpcr, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Roller John, varuisher, wks 52 E. Main 
Rohling W. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 
Rcdilman Wm. painter, h 181 Ewing 

Rohrer John, h e s Wells b St. Marys and 1st, Blooraingdale 
Rohrer Lena, res Chas. jMcCulloch's 
Robs, Erne & Reinking, (Henry R., C. Frank E. & Fred. R.) dry goods, 

99 Columbia 
Rohs Henry, (II , Erne & Reinking) h s s Berry b Clay and Monroe 
Rojans Rosa, widow, h e s Clay b Washington and Jetferson 
Rolf F. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 
Rolf Fred, stone mason, h s s Wall w of Broadway 
Rolf Henry, teacher, h 196 Barr 
Rolf xMinnie, servai t, 136 W. Berry 
RoUands John, saddler, h e s N. Cass b 1st and River, Bloomingdale 



170 FORT WAYNE [ROU] DIRECTORY. 



Roller Joseph T. fireman, h s s "Wilt b Jackson and Van Buren 

Rolope Joliu, drayman, li 58 W. Wayne 

Rol>ton Janice, niaeliii)ist, h c s Earr b Lewis and Montgomery 

Romary A. clerk, 28 E. Main 

Koniary llarn)on, clerk, h e s Barr b Columbia and Main 

Roniary J. J. F. clerk 89 Columbia, b e s Monroe b Berry and Wayne 

Ronibke Henry, cabinet maker, b 58 Madison 

Rome J. macbiuist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 

Romke F. laborer, wks T., W & W. R. R. Yard 

Romke H. laborer, wks T., W. & W, R. R. Yard 

Ronayne I'atrick, laborer, b e s Lafayette b Holman and Montgomery 

Roncy John, engineer, b 176 E. Berry 

Roouey J. engineer, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 

Roose James, carpenter, h 1)5 E. Jefferson 

Root & Company, (Lewis B. R., Ernst C. Rurode k Edward F, Carry) 

dry goods, DO Columbia 
Root L. B. (Root & Company) b 113 W. Main 
Ropa Fred, caipenter, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Go's 
Ropa Wm. boatman, h 185 W. Jefferson 
Rosa Christina, servant, 148 W. Berry 
Rosa Eliza, servant, 148 W. Berry 
Rose Daniel, laborer, bds Samuel Rose's 
Rose Samuel, helper, h e s John b Jones and Ilerndon 
Rosenberger Charles, cooper, h s s Wallace b Barr and Lafayette 
Rosenberger Charles, painter, h s s Creighton e of Lafayette 
Rosenthal Abraham, h 85 E. Lewis 

Rosenthal Albert, traveling agent, 5G Calhoun, h 124 W. Washington 
Rosenthal Ephmim, horse trader, b 30 W. Washington 
Rosenthal Isaac M. physician, over Wagner's Drug Store, h 100 W. Berry 
Rosenthal Max, (Lamley & R ) h 99 W. Wayne 
Rosner Julius, tailor, wks Andrew Foster's 
Ross E. W. shoemaker, h 94 E. Washington 
Ross Geo. B. engineer, h 189 E. Jefferson 
Ross Henry, dry goods, h s s Berry b Clay and Monroe 
Ross James P. (R. & Pursell) h 8 Harrison 
ROSS & PURSELL, (James P. R. & Erwin A; P.) Bakery and 

Eating House, 8 Harrison 
Rossbacher Chas. shoemaker, h 135 E. Jefferson 
Rossington Richard, carpenter, h 19 W. Wayne 
Rossington Rodolphus B. clerk 46 Calhoun, bds n w e MadisOD and 

Monroe 
Rossington Wm. b 117 Madison 
'.Rossington Wm. conductor, h 112 E. Berry 
Ross-Lewin E. A. carpenter, res Edwin Morey's 
Rost John, laborer, h e s Jjafayette b Virginia and Wallace 
Rotert (Jeo. butcher, h w s Mechanics b Walnut and Elm, w s River 
Roth Barney, laborer, h n w c Jones and Force 
Roth Fred, stone cutter, wks Sutermeister & Becker's 
Rotbert Henry, planer, h s s High w of Wells, Bloomingdale 
Rothoff Wm. cigar maker, h 16 W. Washington 
Rothschild Benj. (R. & Bro.) bds Mayer House 
Rothschild & Bro. (Solomon & Benj.) clothiers, 5 Keystone Block 
Rothschild Solomon, (R. & Bro.) bds Mayer House 
Rousculp Henry W. pressman, Democrat Office, bds 76 W. Berry 



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Rowzer Cassius M. laborer, bds nee Wat^r and Cllntoa 

Rowan Barbara A. widow, h e s Barr b Jeffersoa and Washington 

Rowan Stephen H. brakeman, bds e s Barr b Jefferson and Washington 

Rowe James H. machinist, h e s Webster b Washington and Jeffersoa 

Rowe Simon, laborer, bds n w-c Jefferson and College 

Rowlands John W. harness maker, wks 122 Columbia 

Rowley A. helper, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Rubin Rev. Edward, h 84 W. Main 

Rubin Joseph, clerk, bds 84 W. Main 

Rubin Max, (Lindman & Rubin) h 84 W. Main 

Ruby A. M. policeman, h n s Melita b Harrison and Webster 

Ruckgaber Joseph, carpenter, h s s Williams b Hoagland Av. and Fair- 
field Av 

Rudoflough Mary, clerk 62 Calhoun, bds T. P. Anderson's 

Rudisill Elizabeth, widow, res H. J. Rudisill's 

RUDISILL HENRY J., Auditor Allen County, Office in Court 
Mouse; res Home Place, one mile north of city 

Rudisill Henry J. (John E. Hill, Jr. & Co.) res one mile north of city 

Rudolph G. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. 11. R. Carpenter Shop 

Rudolph G. upholsterer, h 58 Madison 

Rue Nicholas, teacher, bds Steuben House 

Ruess Geo. machinist, h w s Calhoun s of Butler 

Ruger Wm. carpenter, wks T., W & W. R R. Shops 

Ruggabor Joseph, carpenter, h s s Williams b Hoaglaud Av. and Fair- 
"field Av 

Ruhrbaum Michael, laborer, h w s Broadway b Pritchard and Noel 

Rule Wm. W. clerk 89 Columbia, h 90 E Lewis 

Rumbold G. laborer, h s s Wilt b Jackson and Union 

Rumell Chas. McL. engineer, h 140 Harrison 

Rump Ernst, carpenter, h 66 W. J'ifferson 

Rump Herman, carpenter, bds 66 Wilt * 

Rundel Isaac, h n s Lewis b Francis and Harmer 

Runkin H. machinist, wks T.. W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Rupert Ira, h 123 E. Washington 

Rupp John, blacksmith, h s w c Union -md Wayne 

Rupp John G. h s w c Union and Wayne 

Ruppel F. bricklayer, h n s Nirdliuger Av. w of Broadway 

Ruppel John, boatman, h s s Wayne b Hanna and Francis 

Ruppel John, stone mason, h 19 Montgomery 

Ruppel Paul, laborer, h 258 E. Wayne 

Ruppell Edward, tinner, wks Erwein Weber's 

Ruppir Mary, servant, 174 W. Wayne 

Rupple P. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 

Rurode Ernst C. (Root & Company) bds Aveline House 

Ruscolp Henry, printer, bds 76 W. Berry 

RUSSELL GEO. P., General Insurance Agent, Office 64 Calhoun 
u w c Berry, up stairs ; bds 170 W. Berry 

Russell James, printer, T. N. Taylor & Go's, bds 181 W. Wayne 

Russell Peter, carpenter, h n c c Wilt and Nelson 

Russell W. J. painter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R Paint Shop 

Russell W. R. cutlery, 58 Columbia, bds Hanna House 

Russell Wm. painter, h s s Walnut b Fairfield Av. and Oakley 

Rutan Geo. W. machinist, h 166 W. Jeffersoa 

Ruth Harris, bds Thos. Ruth's 



172 FORT WAYNE [SAN] DIRECTORY. 



Ruth Thos. plasterer, h e s Ilanna b Jones and Herudon 

Kuthrauff Henrietta, widow, h 79 W. Main 

llutlirautf Will. II. clerk 90 Columbia, bds sw c Cass and Main 

llyall John, civil engineer P., Ft. W. & C. 11. R., office u e c Clinton and 

Railroad, h n e c Jefferson and Nelson 
Ryall John, n.achiiic hand, wks D. llurd's 
l\yan Cornelius, laborer, h n w c Harrison and Main 
Ryan Daniel, (Walter & R.) h 18G E. Washington 
Ryan Margaret, dress maker, h 143 P]. Jefferson 
Ryan Mary, widow, h n w s T., W. & W. II. 11. Track west of Fairfield 

Av 
Ryan Michael, helper, h s s Colerick b Prince and Hoagland Av 
Ryan P. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. C'arpenter Shop 
Ryan Patrick, boots and shoes, e s Calhoun b Douglas Av. and Holman 
Ryan Rosanua, widow, h e s Pine b Locust and T., W. & W. R. R 
Ryan ^\ m. laborer, h s s Bass b Hoagland Av. and Prince 
Ryen M. helper, wks Murray & Baker's 

Ryder John, hatter, Jas. Harper & Co.'s, bds American llouse 
Ryon J. W. teamster, h IG W. Lewis 



I Sabin A. W. fireman, h n s Mclita b Webster and Kansas 
Sacks Elizabeth, widow, h u s Washirgton b Monroe and Hanna 
Safi'en Thos. machinist, h s s Holman b Clay and Monroe 
Sable John, laborer, h e s St. Mary's Av. north of High, Bloomingdale 
St. Augustine Academy, sec Calhoun and Jefi'ersou, under the charge 

of the Sisters of Providence ; Sister Ambrose, Superior 
St. Clair J. L. artist, bds 152 W. Wayne 
St. Joseph's Catholic School, s w c Lafayette and Jefferson 
St. Joseph's Hospital, s w c Main and Broadway ; Henry Monning, 

superintendent 
St. Mary's School, Sisters of Notre Dame, sec Lafayette and Jefferson 

ST. NICHOLAS SALOON AND RESTAURANT, east 

side Calhoun b Berry and Wayne ; Con. Scheuck, Proprietor 

St. Paul's School, n w c Madison and Barr 

St. Paul's School, e s Griffith b Washington and Wayne; Therese 
Kocnig, teacher 

Saivegts Samuel, brakeman, bds 21 Holman 

Salech Anna, servant, 239 W, Wavne 

Salge C. laborer, wks T., W. & W'. R. R. Yard 

Salge Ferdinand, laborer, h 123 Madison 

S ALLOT J. F. & SON, (James F. & Victor A.) Manufiicturers 
of Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, «tc., also Turning and Scroll 
Sawing, sec Lewis and Clay 

Sallot James F. (J. F. S. & Sonj h 156 E. Lewis 

Sallot Victor A. (J. F. Sallot & Sou) h 156 E. Lewis 

Sampson Harriet, h 26 E. Berry 

Sampson J. molder, wks J. H. Bats' 

Sander Cbas. W. (S., Looser & Co.) h 101 W. Washington 

SANDER, LEESER & CO., (Chas. W. S., Chas. L. & Henry 
Etzold) Manuiacturers and Dealers in Boots, Shoes, Leather Find- 
ings, ttc, 82 Columbia 



FORT WAYNE [SCH] DIRECTORY. 173 

Sanders J. conductor, bds Main Street Exchange 

Sanders Jefferson, farmer, res Sarah Sander's 

Sanders John H. collar maker, h 143 E. Lewis 

Sanders Sarah, widow, h s s Williams b Webster and Hoagland Av 

Sanner Ernst, laborer, h 97 W. Jefferson 

Sargeant Rebecca, widow, h s s Madison b Laftiyette and Barr 

Sargeant Wai. helper, h e s Kansas b Baker and Chicago 

Sargent Wm. farmer, h 124 E. Lewis 

SARNIGHAUSEN JOHN D., Editor and Publisher Indiana 
Staats Zeitung (German), Otiice nee Columbia and Clinton 

Sauerwein Ernst, cigar maker, h e s St. Mary's Av. north of High, 
Bloomingdale 

Sauerweiu Herman, whitewasher, h e s St. Mary's Av. north of High, 
Bloomingdale 

SAUNDERS BENJAMIN, Justice of the Peace, Office w s Cal- 
houn near Pearl, 2 Phoenix Block; h 128 Broadway 

Saunders Chas. bds Hamihou House 

SAUNDERS J. B., Photograph Gallery, Phoenix Block, w s Cal- 
houn b Main and Pearl 

Saunders Mary J. res J. B. Saunder's 

Saurs Jas. engineer, T., W. & W. R. R 

Saurs S. P. fireman, T., W. & W. R. R 

Sauser Louis, jewelry, &c., e s Calhoun b Wayne and Washington 

Sautter Gottlieb, laborer, h e s Lafayette b Virginia and Wallace 

Savage J. machinist, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Sawiu Jane, widow, bds Samuel Fletter's 

Sawyer Mrs. S. M. widow, bds Hanna House 

Saxer G. Alex, director Concordia College, res at the College 

Saxton Mrs. G. R. clerk 94 Calhoun, h tiS Douglas Av 

Scanlan Hannah, servant, 49 E. Lewis 

Scanlen Bridget, waiter, Mayer House 

Scarlett Anna, widow, h 299 W. Jefferson 

Scarlett Chester, clerk P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Freight Office, h n e c 
Dawson and Webster 

Schacher Leonard, laborer, h w ft West b Pritchard and Noel 

Schaeff'cr Gottlieb, laborer, h n s Wallace b Clay and Monroe 

Schaellkopf Jacob, (Braeuchle & Co.) res Buff"alo, N. Y 

Schafcr Christian, teamster, h s s High west of St. Mary's Av., Bloom- 
ingdale 

Schafer Deiterich, tinner, h n s Montgomery b Clay and Lafayette 

Schafer Mrs. G. widow, re^ Deitrich Schafer's 

Schafer Henry, teamster, h south of the west end of High, B'.oomingdale 

Schafer Wm. carpenter, h 30 Wilt * 

Schafler T. tinner, wks P.. Ft. \\ . & C. R. R. Tin Shop 

St haich Anna, widow, res John Geo. Sehaich's 

Schaich John Geo. brakeman, h w s Hanna b Jefferson and Madison 

Schaler Julius, bricklayer, h s e c Walnut and Oakley 

Schaley Henry, machinist, h 167 Holman 

Schalk John, bar-keeper, bds Mathias Strodel's 

Schallop Joseph, blacksmith, bds 141 E. Lewis 

Schanck Louis, basket maker, 48 Columbia 

Schane Rudolph, laborer, h e s Harri.-^on b Highland and Dawson 

Schaper Christian, teamster, h n s Holman b Clay and Monroe 

Schaper Fred, pattern maker, h 233 b). Wayne 



174 FORT WAYNE [SCIl] DIRECTORY. 

Schaphorst Eliza, servant, 174 W. Wayne 

Scliaphorsf Henry, carpcntor bds Fred. Starke's, B'ooniingdale 

Schatz J. nioldcM-, wks J. H. Bass' 

Schearer John, shocoiaker, h s s Pearl b Maiden Lane and Cass 

Scbcerer Nettie, servant, Geo. W. Ewiuir's 

Scbeffer Joseph, (Joseph S & Co.) b n e c Jeffer.«on and Lafayette 

Schefi'er Joseph & Co. (Joseph S. .t W. G. Alexander) auctioneers, 

7 E. Main 
Sebefflcr C. C. conductor, h n s Baker b IL'irrison and Webster 
Scheid Peter, machinist, h n s Buchar.an b ]jafayette and Cass 
Scheimau C. carpenter, wks P , Kt. W. k C. 11. 11. Carpenter Shop 
Scheimann Fred, tailor, h 8G E. Jefferson 
Scheie August, bricklayer, h 131 E. Washington 
Scheie August K. (8. & Lauor) h 58 W. Maiu 
Scheie John, res Cliristian Kaui'inau's 
Scheie John, rectifier, 5G Calhoun, h 278 E. Wayne 
SCHELE & LAUER, (August F. S. & Benedict L.) Dealers in 

Family Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, &c., 5 E Main 
Schell Edward, engineer, h s s Mclita b Webster and Ho.igland Av 
Schell James H. attorney, e s Court b Main and Berry, over Post Office, 

bds s w c Lafayette and Washington 
SCHENCK CON., Proprietor St. Nicholas Saloon and Restaurant, 

e s Calhoun b Berry and Wayne ; h 21 W. Wayne 
Schenfeld Wm. laborer, h 82 W. Jetierson 
Schepf John, machinist, h n s Taylor west of Pine 
Schepi M. helper, wks T., W. & W. K. R. Shops 
Scherer Andrew, laborer, h s w c Harmer and Wayne 
Scherer Christian, laborer, h c s Broadway b Lavina and P., Ft. W. & 

C. R. R 
Scherer Frod. carpenter, h 95 E. Washington 
Scherer Fred, carpenter, h 133 Madison 
Scherer Fred, laborer, h w s Oakley b Walnut and Poplar 
Scherer Henry, Jr. clerk, res Henry Scherer's, Sr 
Scherer John, shoemaker, h s s Pearl b Maiden Lane and Cass 
Scherer Minnie, servant, 202 W. Wayne 

Scherzinger Primus, (Treukley & S.) h n w c Jefferson and Harrison 
Scheuermann Peter, carpenter, h 13U Broadway 
Scheuman Ersnt, carpenter, h e s Ewinti b Lewis and George 
Scheuman Fred, carpenter, h s s Melita b Webster and Hoagland Av 
Scheumann Christian, carpenter, h n w c Melita and Webster 
Scheumaun Wm. mohJer, bds Christian Sclieumauu's 
Schick Prof. Geo. teacher at Loncordia ("oUege 
SCHIEFER C, Manufacturer and Dealer in Boots, Shoes, Leather, 

Findings, &.C., 100^ (."olumbia 
Schicfer Geo. Wni. shoemaker, h 243 E. Wayne 

Schiefer Wm. book-keeper lUU^ Columbia, h s w c Main and Van Buren 
Schieferstein llenrj, laborer, h 2Uy Madison 
Schieferstein Philiji, meat store, til E. Main 
Schieldmeyer Chri.'itian, laborer, h 172 W. Jefferson 
Scliiemer Frank, larmer, bds F J. Beck's, Bloomingdale 
Schiermeyer Ph. clerk, 91 Columbia 

Schildemeyer F. painter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. H. Pt. Paint Shop 
Schildmeier Chri.t. h 172 W. Jefferson 
Schildmeyer Eliza, servant, 215 W. Jefferson 



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Schilliog Fraok, (Keller & Co.) h 241 W. Jefferson 
Schillitjg Henrj, farmer, h s s Rich Road e of St. Joe Road 
Sehiuian Ernst, carpenter, wks Cochraae, Humphrey & Go's 
Schirmejer Anthony, laborer, h h w c Griffith and Washington 
SCHIRMEYER C. L., Dealer in Hats, Caps, Furs, Straw Goods, 

Ac , 97 Columbia ; res Decatur, lad 
Schirmejer Chas. W. painter, bds owe Griffith and Washington 
Schirraeyer Kraok, clerk 97 Columbia, bds 136 W. Washington 
Schirmeyer John >J . h e s Calhoun b Berry and Wayne 
Schirmeyer Wuj. clerk Ewing, Hood & Cos, bds John M. Sehirmeyer's 
Schirmyer Louis, clerk Fred. Nirdlinger's, h 131 E. Jefferson 
Schisler Peter, brakeman, bds sec Douglas Av. and McClellan 
Schlesser Adam, shoe maker, bds 209 Ewing 
iSchlosser Adam, shoe maker, h e s Ewing b Jefferson and Lewis 
i5chmalhaus Fred, h 124 W. Washington 
Schmalhaus Gerhard, clerk R. Mergel's, bds 91 W. Main 
Scbmall G. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R R. Round House 
Schmak Chas. J. tailor, h w s Calhoun b Washington and Jefferson 
Schmeides Cieo. carpenter, h 2(i6 W. Jefferson 

Schmeuuor Daniel, stone cutter, h n s Washi-Ugton first door w of Ewing 
Schmenuer Geo. marble cutter, bds 50 W. Main 
Schmcuner Henry, marble monuments, &c., 50 W. Main 
Schmetzer Frederick, clerk, h 234 W. Washington 
SCHMETZER M. F., Book-keeper J. G. Thieme & Bro's ; h 234 

W. Washington 
Schmickle Fred. (Schwabenfritz), saloon, 9G Columbia 

Schmidt , tailor, bds 45 E. Main 

Schmidt a', helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 
Schmidt A. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 
Schmidt Am-^lia, servant, 40 W. Water 
Schmidt Andrew, laborer, h n w c Roekhili and Wilt 
Schmidt August, brewer, bds Anthony Dreyer's 

Schmidt & Brunuer, (Fred. S. & John B.) boots and shoe.s, e s Broad- 
way b beorge and Lavina 
Schmidt C. file cutter, n s Pearl b Cass and Ewing 
Schmidt Clias. laborer, bds Christian Leibley's 

Schmidt Christian, butcher, h s s Front w of Mechanics, w s River 
Schmidt Christ, laborer, h 89 W. Water 
Schmidt Fred. (S. 6i, Hrunner) h n s Wall near Hood 
Schmidt Goo. laborer, h n s Buchanan b Lafayette and Cass 
iSchmidt Godfrey, tailor, h n e c Monroe and Jefferson 
Schmidt lleury, laborer, h w s Hood b Pritchard and Noel 
SCHMIDT J. W.J Merchant Tailor, 82 Columbia, up stairs ; h a e 

c Munrue and Jefferson 
iSchmidt Jacob, laborer, h 22 Hood 
iSehmidt Jessi/j, widow, h 93 W. Water 
Schmidt Margaret, widow, h n s Pearl b Cass and Ewing 
Schmidt P. wks N. G. Olds & Sou's 

Schmidt Peter, laborer, h n s St. Francis b Lafayette and Cass 
Schmidt Peter C. carpenter, h 199 W. Jefferson 
Schmidt Wm. file cutter, h 220 W. Main 
Schmieder Henry, tinner, wks 87 Columbia 
Schmitz Chas. physician, h n w c Wilt and College 
Schnioe Louis, shoe maker, h 171 Ewing 



176 FORT WAYNE [SCIl] DIRECTORY. 



Scbmuker Teber, foreman, h e s Lafayette b Virginia and Wallace 

Schneider (lottlieb, tailor, h e s Wells b l.st and 2 J, Bloomiugdule 

Scliueidor Henry, tailor, h s e c Lewis and llarrisou 

Schneider John, laborer, h 89 Fulton 

Schneider Win. shoe maker. KU Calhoun 

SCHNELKER, BEUGNOT & CO., (nemard S, Herman S., 
John B. !>., Anthony B. (\: John Betzue) Indiana Stave Co. ; .Manu- 
fieturers of Cooperage. Flour and 'I'iuht Barrel Staves, Heading, 
tVe., n .s T., W. cNi W'. 11. 11. Track w of Blutfion Uoad 

Schnelkcr Henry, stone mason, h n s Wayne b lianna and Francis 

ScluK'U T. I\I. teleirraph operator, bds Hamilton House 

SCHNIEDERS B. H., Proprietor American House, 124, 12G and 
128 Columbia 

Schnorber<ier Christian, engineer, h n s La.sselle b Lafayette and Clay 

Schpurr Emmarila, servant, 214 W. Washington 

Schoch Ferdinand, tailor, bds American House 

Schoch Fred, clerk, bds American House 

Schock Win. shoe maker, h 101 Madison 

Schoikers Christian, laborer, h es Jackson b Noel and Pritchard 

SCHOENBEIN ALBERT F., Draughtsman p., Ft. W. & C. R. 
It. ; h (5i» Douglas Av 

SCHOENBEIN ALBERT F., Teacher of Architectural and 
Mechanical Drawing and Designing, Ofl&ce and liesideuce, GU Doug- 
las Av 

Schocnlein C. B. tailor, wks 71 Columbia, h s s Front w of Mechanics, 
■w s Fiiver 

Schoerpf Casper, chemist, with Dr. A. J. Erwin, h u w c Lima Koad and 
Bowser, Bloomingdale 

Schoerpf Delia, h w s McClellan opp Douglas Av 

Schomberg Geo. varnisher, h GO Clinton 

Schone Henry, uroceries, n w c Washinirton and Hanna 

Schontield Wm. 'laborer, wks T., W. k W. 11 11. Yard 

School of Emanuel's Church Congregation, sec Union and Jefferson 

Schoopman Anna, servant, 90 W. Wayne 

Schopf Matthias, helper, bds nee Broadway and George 

Schophorst Sophia, servant, 117 W. Wayne 

Scluiphurst Anna, servant, 105 W. Berry 

Schoppmau Henry, laborer, bds 200 Barr 

Schoppman Wm carpenter, h s s Hough b Clay and Monroe 

Schoppnian Wm. groceries, h e s Hauua b Hamilton and Hough 

Schoppmann Henry, laborer, bds nee Lewis and Barr 

Schoppmann Wm. teamster, bds A. C. Beaver's 

Schorman Christ, laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. 11. 11. Freight Depot 

Schott r<co. J. clerk, H. C. Wagner's 

Schofz John, laborer, bds Christian Scherer's 

Schrack Jos.' bds 2G W. Water 

Schrackcr L. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. B. Carpenter Shop 

Schrader F. wks N. G. Olds k Son's 

Schrader Henry, laborer, h 100 Francis 

Sclnader Henry C. (Markley, S. it Co.) h n s Henry b Broadway and 
Fairfield Av 

Schrader Louis, sawyer, h n s St. Francis b Lafayette and Cass 
Sclnader Sophia, widow, res Chas. \V'alda's 
Schrage Christ, tailor, h 212 Madison 



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Schrap;en2;ast Magpie, waiter, Hedekin House 

Scliram Frank, laborer, h s w e Jones and Force 

Schram Martin, shoe maker, h 133 E. Jefferson 

Schramm John, hiborer, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Freight Depot, h e s 

Jjafayette b Creighton and Taber 
Schriber John, tailor, h u s Douglas w of Wells, Rloominiidale 
Schrim P. helper, wks P , Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Schroeder Fred, laborer, h n s AVall w of Hood 
Schroeder Frederick, shoe maker, h 128 Madison 
Schroeder Gottfried, (Hartung & 8.) h 168 E. Jefferson 
Schroeder Henry, teamster, h s s High w of St. Mary's Av., Blooming- 
dale 
Schroeder John, machinist, bds 168 E. Jefferson 
Schroeder Louis, saloon, 136 Columbia 
Schroeder Paul, machinist, bds 168 E. Jefferson 
Sehrum Philip, helper, h s e c John and Jones 

Schuck Henry, grocery, n s Butler b Hoauland Av. and Fairfield Av 
Schuck Louis, laborer, h n s Butler b Hoagland Av. and Fairfield Av 
Schu -kman Henry, tinner, h n s Washington b Monroe and Hanna 
Schuckman John G. (Wilson, S. <fe Muhler) h n e c Calhoun and Wayne 
Schue.der F. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. k C. R R. Round House 
Schuerman P. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 
Schuester Wm. laborer, h 211 Madison 
Schuler John, laborer, h 214 E. Jefferson 
Schultheis Chas. B cutter 71 Columbia, h 53 E, Wayne 
Schultheis John, carpet weaver, h 209 E Jefferson 
Schultheis P. spinner, bds 2U9 E. Jefferson 
Schults Louis, laborer, h 131 E. Washington 
Schultz C. H. bds s w c Calhcun and Jefferson 
Schultz Fred butcher, wks Jacob Doelker's 
Schultz Henry, plasterer, h n e c Pritchard and Union 
Schultz Pius, spinner, wks Summit City Woolen Mills 
Sct'ultz W. laborer, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Yard 
Schultz W. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. -X C. R. R. Lumber Yard 
Schultz Wm. niolder, h 173 Madison 
Schulz Fred, laborer, h n w c Hanna and Buchanan 
SCHULZ PETER, Boot and Shoe Manufacturer and Dealer, 47 E. 

Main 
Schulz Wm. boots and shoes, 25 W. Wayne 
Schulz Wm. laborer, h n w c John and Samuel 
Schumacher Agues, widow, res Wm. Fngle's 
Schumacher John, h'borer, h n s Ch ,rles b Lafayette and Clay 
Schumacher Wm. janitor, h 48 E. Wayne 
Schuppman Henry, laborer, h 137 E. Lewis 
Schurgsr Kate, seamstress, bds n w c Barr and Washington 
Schurger Mary, seamstress, bds n w c Barr and Washington 
Schust A. carpenter, h e s Lima Plank Road n of Canal Feeder 
Schuster J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 
Schuster W. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 
Schuyler J. N. bds J. S. Goshorn's 

Schwab John, laborer, h s s Wayne b University and Walter 
Schwake Henry, teicher, h e s V.ui Bu-oii b vVa-ililngtan and Jefferson 
Schwalm Philip, carpenter, h 153 Hanna, opp Holman 
Schwartz Adam, teamster, h w s Calhoun near S. Corp. Line 



178 FORT WAYNE [SEL] DIRECTORY. 

Schwartz Aup;ust, laborer, res John A. Schwartz's 

Schwiirtz Caroline, servant,, 120 W. Wayne 

Schwartz Chas (8 it Co.) bds Phillips House 

Stlnvartz Christian, laborer, h s s Wilt b Jackson rnd Union 

Schwartz it Co. (Chas. S. & Fred. Hilt) saddles, 17 E. Main 

Schwartz Fred, harness maker, h n s Butler b Hoa[;land Av. and Fair- 
field Av 

Schwartz John Adam, h s w c Calhoun and Butler 

Schwartz Wm. teamster, res Adam Schwartz's 

Schwartz Wuj. teamster, res John A. Schwartz's 

Schwarz Geo. helper, h 6 Hood 

Schwarz Meinhart, pattern maker, h n w c Broadway and Noel 

Schwarz Rudolph, h s s Pearl b Griffith and Fulton 

Schwedes Kev. 11 pastor German Reformed Church, h 57 W.Washington 

Sehwegel Adam, collar maker, res Jacob Schwegel's, Bloomingdale 

Schweuel Jacob, collar maker, he s Wells b St. Marys and 1st, Bloom- 
iiiizdale 

SCHWEGMAN H. R., Dealer in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, 
Hats, Caps, Jjadies' Furs, Groceries, itc, 101 Columbia ; h n w c 
Clinton and Jefferson 

Schwier Chas. boiler n)aker, h s w c Monroe and Montgomery 

Schwier Henry, boiler maker, h 55 jMadison 

Schwier Wm. foreman boiler shop J. H. Bass', h n e c Francis and 
Madison 

Schwieters Herman, bakery, 67 Columbia 

Scott Elizabeth, widow, h s e c Lewis and McClellan 

Scott Geo. machinist, h n s Montgomery b Clay and Monroe 

Scott J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Scott Jeff, brakemau, bds Main Street Exchange 

Sculley John, laborer, h s s Walnut w of O.ikiey 

Seabold Geo. H. saloon, nee Main and Harrison 

Seabold John, groceries, w s Broadway b Pritchard and Xoel 

Seamon C. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Sedgwick John, miller, h s e e Main and Lafayette 

Seelman Jacob, clerk, bds 21 Nirdliuger Av 

Seely Albert J. cabinet maker, h s s Washington b Clinton and Barr 

Seeman P. helper, wks P , hi. \V. & C. R. R' Boiler Shop 

Seemaun Louis, labcrer, h s w c College and Joues 

Seibert Bernhard, blacksmith, bds Union House 

Scibold Chas. carpenter, bds Cha; . Wiest's 

Seibold Casper, te unster, hs w c Van Buren and Jefferson 

Seibold David, grocery, w s Wells n of Douglas, Bloomingdale 

Seibold Geo. coachman, 154 W Berry 

Seibt W. machinist, wks J. H. Bass' 

Seidcl tt Co. (Kdward S. & t^red. Helling) ice, office 107 E. Main 

Seidel Kdward, (_S. it Co ) h 107 E. Main 

Seigler J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. \i. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Self J. N. clerk J. & P. Pierr's, bds Main Street Exchange 

SELLE AUG. L., Dealer in Drugs, Medicine^, Paints, Oils, Var- 
ni>l)es, itc, w s Calhoun two doors north of Baker 

Selle Geo. clerk, bds Mary Treep's 

Selle (Ju-tave, clerk, 1)4 Columbia 

Seller Valentine, laborer, h s s \7. 4th w of Wells, Bloomingdale 

Seller Wm. teamster, bds John Langohr's, Bloomingdale 



FORT WAYNE [SHE] DIRECTORY. 179 



Sellman J. boiler maker, wk? T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Sellner Albert, clerk 49 Columbia, li w s X. Cass b River and 1st, Bloom- 

ingdale 
Semeier Conrad, engineer, wks Ranke, Yergens & Go's 
Semoii Paul, laborer, h 82 E. Jefferson 
Seoken Herman, laborer, wks Schuclker, Bengnot & Go's 
Sesler Wni. fireman, bus Butler b Hoagland Av. and Fairfield Av 
Setlemeier Jane, widow, h s s Front b Ceiitie and Cherry, w s River 
Settelmeier Louis, laborer, bds John G. Hornung's 
Sexton Flora, millinery, n s Main near Clinton, Union Block, b 110 W, 

Main 
Seybold C. F. painter, wks Jacob Keyper's 
Soybold Ch;^s. (S. & Co ) h n s E Wayne near Harmer 
SEYBOLD & CO., (Chas. S. & Jacob Keyser; House, Sign anc 

Carriage Painters, n s Pearl h U>i hjan and H irrison 
Seybold Gottlieb, laborer, h s w c Walnut and Oakley 
Seyferth Henry, cigar maker, bds Chas. F. Ortman's 
Shack Lida, servant, 89 Madison 
Shack Wm. shoemaker, h 101 Madison 

Shaelfcr W. H. carpenter, wks t'ochrane, Humphrey & Go's 
Shafer 0. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 
Shaf'er Daniel, engineer, T., W. & W. R. R Co 
Shafer F. boiler maker, wks T., W. & \V . R. K. Shops 
Shafer Oregon, laborer, h n s Chicago b Calhoun and Harrison 
Shafer Wm carpenter, h 3G Wilt 
Shaff^er Amasa, bds John Shafi"er's 
Shafi"er Geo. groceries, sec Broadway and George 
Shaffer John, h 132 Wilt 

Shaffer L. F. barber, bds n s Washington b Calhoun and Harrison 
Shaffer Wm. F. driver U. S. Express Co., bds Main Street Ex '.hange 
Shaffer Wm. L. watchman, h n w c Broadway and Nirdlinger Av 
Sharen Chas. carpenter, bds 95 E. Jefferson 
.Sharkey Wm. machinist, bds Mrs. E. Hunt's 
Sharp Carrie B. teacher, res Henry Sharp's 
Sharp Henry, h n e c Water and Calhoun 
Sharp Herbert, bds nee Water and Calhoun 
Sharp John H. bds nee Water and Calhoun 
Sharp Thos. L. clerk, bds nee Water and Calhoun 
Shaughuessy J. molder, wks Murray & Baker's 
Shaw Chas. bds rear 190 W. Main 

Shaw Robt. machinist, bds s e c Fairfield Av. and Golerick 
Shaw Vincent, laborer, h e s Hanna b Grant and Jones 
Shav Deba, cook, Aveline House 
Shay Hannah, widow, h 191 Fiwing 
Shay Mary, waiter, Ft. Wayne Dining Hall 

^hea Catherine, widow, h s s Walnut b Fairfield Av. and O.ikley 
Shcafer Wm. G carpeuter, c s Bioadway b Washington aud Wayne, h 

181 W. Wayne 
Sheafer Wm. S. carpeuter, bds 181 W. Wayne 
Shear Lizzie, chambermaid, Aveiinc House 
Sheedy Bridget, servant, 1(j2 W . Berry 
Sheiman W. molder, wks Murray & Baker's 

Shelby , laborer, h s w c Webster aud Lewis 

Shelby H. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. K. R. Machine Shop 



180 FOKT WAYNE [SHU] DIRECTORY. 



Shclhiirt Daniel, boatiuui, h w s Harrison opp Columbia 

Slull Edward, cn-incor, T., \V. Sc W. II. II. Co 

Shop.-iiiskwo Win. caps, fur.s aud ^lovo.s, o s Calhoun b ^Yashiagto^ and 

Jetf'^rson 
Shcpcrd Louis C. printer, h s c c N. Cas.s and 1st, Bloouunn:;dale 
Slieplor Sanford 1'. laborer, h s s Front b Centre and Cherry, w s River 
Sheppard Tho-s. boiler in.iker, h n s Montiromjry b Monroe and Ilauua 
Shcrbondy Abrani, carpenter, h e s West b Pritchard aud Noel 
Sheridan Wm. contractor, li -i Mont^onicry 
Sherit}"s Office, in Court House ; John McCartney, SherifiF 
ShcKui Nicholas, <rrinder, h 11 Montiiouierv 
.shidel Chiis. (S. & lleldt) h 49 Douglas Av 

Sliidel &, Ileldt, (('has. S. & Geo. H.) barbers, 5 Keystone Block 
Shilling Bernhard, plasterer, h s \v c Hood and P., Ft. W. & C. II. U 
Shilling M. & Co. (3Iary S. & Susan Lau) uiilliuery, 4 PhoDiiix Block, \v 

s Calhoun b Main and Columbia * 
Shilling 3Iary, (.M. S. & Co) h s w c Calhoun and Washington 
Shinian Frnst, carpenter, h e s Kwiiig b Lewis aud Geoi-ge 
Shinaman F. carpenter, wks P., Ft. \V . & C. 11. II Carpenter Shop 
Shisler Peter, brakemau, bds sec Douglas Av. and McC'lellan 
Shoaff Allen Perry, book keeper 1 Harrison, res Bloomingdale 
SHOAFF J. A., Proprietor Shoaff's Art Gallery, s w c Calhoua aud 

Columbia, Keystone Biock ; bds s w c F. Berry aud Clay 
Slinaff ^Mary, widow, h e s Calhoun s of Butler 
Shoaff Peter, harness maker, h 328 W. Jetfurson 
Shoaff Samuel A. miller, h s s Beriy b Lafayette and Clay 
Shoaff Samuel II. saddles and harness, 119 Columbia, h 86 E. Berry 
Shoaff' Wade C. merchant tailor, bds Aveline House 
Shoemaker C. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Shoemaker H. wks N G. Olds & Sou's 
Shoemaker J. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Shoemaker J. laborer, wks T., AV. & W. II. R. Yard 

Shoemaker J. S. book-keeper 83 and 85 Columbia, bds Ilcdekin House 
Shondle Geo. laborer, h n s Wayne b Monroe and llanua 
Shook David, speculator, bds ^^lin Street Exchange 
Shordon Miss C. mdlinery, 17 Clinton 
Shordon Daniel, (F. D. Proury & Co ) bds 17 Clinton 
Shore R. carpenter, wks T., W. & \V. 11. R. Shops 
Sliorey (jCO. VV euLiineer, h n s Butler b Harrison and Calhoun 
Shrink W. machinist, wks P., Ft. VV. & C. R. R Maeiiiue Shop 
Shryock Samuel, h e s N. Cass b 1st and River, Bloomingdale 
Shuhler Frank, hostler, American House 
Shuhler Ma'y, chambermaid, American House 
Shuler J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. it C. R. H. Carpenter Shop 
Shuler Mathias, policeman, h 2lJ0 E. Jcfforsoa 
Shuman Era^tus, salesman 52 E. Mail, h 167 E. Wayne 
Shuman John, laborer, h s s WalhiiJO b B.jrr and Lii'ayette 
Shunk A. carpenter, wks P., Ft \V. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 
Shunk Allen, machinist, h '^{)S E. JelLrson 

Shunk Clias. clerk s w c Caihouu and B.M-ry, bds 205 E. JelTersou 
Siiunk i''rank, clerk s w c Callioun an I Bjrry, bJ-i 2d.') E Jeiferson 
Shurick K. S. telegraph operator SaperiuLeadent's O.fijo P., Ft. VV. & C. 

R. R., bds 9 E. Wayne 
Shurick John S. (J. B. Aveline & Co.) h lU hi Berry 



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Sibray Nathan, carpenter, h 224 W. Wayne 
Sidle I:<aac, engineer, h e s (xarden b Washington and Jefferson 
Siebert Bernard, horse shoer, bds Union House 
Siebold Adam, laborer, h e s Hood b Pritehard and Noel 
Siebold Christian, grocery, n s Main b Broadway and Fulton 
Siebold Christ, spoke turner, res Adam Siebold's 
Siemon August F. fS., Bro. tt Co.) h 25 Madison 

SIEMON, BRO. & CO., (August F. S., Rudolph S. & Christian 
Tresselt) Dealers in Books, Stationery, Paper Hangings, and Im- 
porters of German Publications, 77 Columbia 
Siemon Rudolph, (S., Bro. & Co.) h 100 E. Jefferson 
Sievers Fred, confectionery, w s Calhoun b Baker and Chicago, h s s 

Lewis 3d house east of Lafayette 
Sigmund Herman, tailor, bds Nichol Yahn's 

Sigvart Andersen, shoemaker, h n s Washington b Monroe and Hanna 
Sillier Christian, clerk Meyer Bios. & Co.'s, bds 176 Barr 
Sihler Rev. Wm pastor St. Paul's German Evangelical Lutheran Church, 

h w s Barr b Jefferson and Lewis 
Silver J. M. contractor, h 178 Gritfith 
Silvers A. B. sawyer, wks J. R. Hoffman & Bros' 
Silvers Elmore, sawyer, wks J. R. Hoffman & Bro's 
Silvers Elmore, barber, bds S. T. Kinsey's 
Silvers J. W. carpenter, wks J. C. Bowser & Co.'.s 
Silvis Allen B. millwright, res J. W. Silvis', Bluomingdale 
Silvis J. W. millwright, h s w c 1st and N. Cass, Bloomingdale 
Simcoe Abram, shoemaker, h 30 E. Berry 
Simons Gordon, engineer, bds Hedekin House 

SIMONS O. A., iioad .Master Western Division P., Ft. W. & C. 
R. R. and G. R. & I. R. R , Office nee Clinton and Railroad ; bds 
Henry McKinuie's 

Simonson James H. Look-keeper N. G. Olds & Son's, h s e c Fulton and 
Berry 

Simonson Jas. H. book-keeper, Nelson Wheeler's, h 155 W. Berry 

Simpson G. W. machinist, h 140 E. Jefferson 

Simpson T. moldcr, wks J. H. Bass' 

Sinclair John, h 127 Van Bureu 

Sinclair Samuel E. attorney and notary, 22 Court, h 186 Griffith 

Sinclair Thomas, machinist, h 127 Van Buren 

Sine Amos, fireman, h s w c Webster and Dawson 

Sines A. fireman, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R 

Sinet Etionue, stone cutter, bds 50 Columbia 

SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES, Blome Bros., 60^ Calhoun 

Singleton John, laborer, h s s Baker b Harrison and Webster 

Singleton Michael, policeman, h s s Baker b Harrison and Webster 

Singleton P. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. II. Machine Shop 

Singmaster J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 

Sini'-master Joseph, foreman, h 132 Jackson 

Sinram Fredericka, servant, 121 W. Main 

Sites Milton, laborer, h e s Griffith b George and Jefferson 

Sithens Stephen, carriagesmith, bds 99 E. Jefferson 

Sithens Stephen, millwright, h 99 W. Water 

Sitzmaun John, shoemaker, h & w c Van Buren and Jefferson 

Sixth Ward School Building, nee Hoagland and Butler 

Skinner Beiij. D. (Irwin & S.) h 15 E. Washington 



182 FORT WAYNE [SMI] DIRECTORY. 



Skinnor Ivcv. Thus. II.. Jr. pastor First Presbyterian Cuurch, h 88 W- 
Berry 

SLACK T. A., A-cnt Empire Fast Freight Liue, Office 2G Court; 
h L'lU W. Wa.-^liii)<iton 

Single II. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 

Slagle Harvey, fireman, bds Lott. A. Logan's 

Shigle .Toiiu F. btls Samuel Slagle's 

Slagle Samuel, engineer, h e s Harrison b Highland and Dawson 

Slaglc Wm. S. macbinist, bds Samuel Slagles 

Slater , wi<low, h e s St. Mary's Av. south of High, Bloomingdule 

Slater James, bar-keeper, 10 W. ]ierry,'bds 76 W. Berry 

Slater John, blacksmith, h s w c Williams and Harrison 

Slater John, watchman, bds Jacob L. Coryell's 

Slater Joseph, blacksmith, bds Joliii Slater's 

Sleip Herman, gardener, 145 W. Water 

Sloan Wm. (S., Woodmancy & Co.) rooms 17 E. Main 

Sloan, Woodmancy &, Co. (Wm. S., John F. \V. & Wm. Donne!) platers 
17 K. Main 

Sloane E. A. conductor, bds Harmon House 

Slocum C. E. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Tin Shop 

Slocura Edward, foreman, h 238 E. Lewis 

Slocum Geo. blacksmith, bds 238 E. Lewis 

Slocum John, blacksmith, h 187 Lafayette 

Slocum O. W. bds Steuben House 

Small G. laborer, h w s Broadway b Wilt and Pritchard 

Small P. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Sn)allcy Clias. engineer, h w s Jjafayette b Ilolman and Montgomery 

Smalley Chas. G. engineer, Humphreys & Case's, h s s Wallace -1 doors 
west of Lafayette 

Sniallliou-e Chas. brakeman, bds 144 E. Lewis 

SMART PROF. J. H., Superintendent of Public Schools, Office in 
High School Building, n s Wayne b Calhoun and Clinton; bds 
Hamilton House 

SMART STEPHEN P., Attorney at Law, Office 22 Court opp 
Court House; bds Aveline House 

Smead Albert, laborer, h 112 Montgomery 

SniiLk M. M. book-keeper, 45 Columbia, bds 9 E. "Wayne 

SMICK S. S., Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Agricultural Imple- 
ments, Seeds, &c., 45 and 47 Columbia ; res Canton, 0.; bds Mayer 
House 

Smith , bds Sarah E. Fleming's 

Smith Bciij. F. mattress maker, bds J. W. Smith's 

SMITH C. LEE, Agent United States and Adams Express Com- 
panies, ()ffice w s Harrison opp Columbia ; h 45 Douglas Av 

Smith C. S. physician, h 38 Douglas Av 

Smith Casper A. fiicnian, h n s Charles b Lafayette and Clay 

Smith Chas. brakeman, h s w c Kansas and Grand 

Smith ( has. carpenter, wks T.. W. ct W. R. R Shops 

Smith Clarence G. collector Fort Wayne Gazette, bds 124 W. Jeffer- 
son 

Smith Daniel, drayman, h s s Water b Ewing and Cass 

Smith Delilah, matron. Ft. Wayne College 

Smith l^^dward, carriage trimmer, bds 152 E. Washington 

Smith Edward C. carriage trimmer, h 152 E. Washington 



FORT WAYNE [SNO] DIRECTORY. 183 



Smith Eugene B. foreman job room Ft. Waytie Gazette, bds 124 W. 

Jefferson 
Smith Frank, tele2;raph operator, Superintendent's Ofl&ce P., Ft. W. & 

C. R. R., bds 148 Harrison 
Smith G. A. taxidermist, 42 Columbia 
Smith Geo. laborer, h 147 W. Main 

Smith Geo. laborer, h n s Baker b Calhoun and Harrison 
Smith Geo. 0. stone mason, h n w c Gay and Jones 
Smilh Hiram P. mattress maker, bds J. W. Smith's 
Smith J McNutt, h 41 Douglas Av 
SMITH J. W., Dealer in and Manufacturer of Mattresses and Glue, 

Canal Av. east of Western 
Smith James, brakeman, bds Harmon House 
Smith James, machinist, h s s Summit b Division and Walnut 
Smith James G. sawyer, bds Winton Bennett's 

Smith James S. (Bass t S.) h e s Calhoun 1 mile south of Kailroad 
Smith John, fireman, h 60 Madison 

Smith John, laborer, h w s Calhoun b Baker and Chicago 
Smith John, molder. h 136 Lafayette 
Smith Mrs. L. H, millinery and dress making, n s Main near Clinton, 

Union Block 
SMITH LORIN, Dealer in Periodicals, Newspapers, Confection- 
eries, &c., in Post Office Building, e s Court b Main and Berry ; 

h 22 E. Washington 
Smith jNIary E. seamstress, Phillips House 
SMITH REV. N. S., Pastor Third Presbyterian Church, h a s 

Brackenridge b Calhoun and Harrison 
Smith Orson, engineer, bds Hedekin House 
Smith S. P. carpenter, bds Vincent Shaw's 
Smith Sarah, widow, h 124 W. Jefferson 
Smith Sarah E. teacher, res Rev. N. S. Smith's 
Smith Susan, servant, 70 W. Wayne 
Smith Thos. brakeman, bds Main Street Exchange 
Smith Thos. C. painter, h 80 Montgomery 
Smith Wm. brakeman, bds Mary Grout's 
Smith Wm. fireman, bds R. E. Doty's 
Smith Wm. B. (Wm. B. S. & Co.) h e s Calhoun 1^ miles south of 

Railroad 
SMITH WM. B. & CO., (Wm. B. S. & Sion Bass) Summit City 

Tobacco Works, 117 Columbia 
Smith Wm. L. bds 124 VV. Jefferson 
Smitly Casper, h 122 E. Berry 
Smitly Fred, saloon, bds 99 E. Wayne 
Smoker F. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 
Smyser Peter D. (S. Bash & Co.) bds 242 W. Berry 
Snider C. fireman. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R 
Snider Caroline, widow, res W. S. Cannon's 
SNIDER EVAN, D. D. S., Surgeoc Dentist, Office 37 W. Berry ; 

h e s Garden south of Jefferson 
Snively Henry J. carpenter, h 137 Lafayette 
Snodgrass Chas. machinist, wks J. C. Bowser & Co.'s 
Snodgrass Jas. R. h s e c Summit and Division 
Snodgrass John, machinist, wks J. C. Bowser & Co.'s 
Snodgrass McCampbell, saddler, bds James R. Snodgrass' 



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Snodgrass S. tinner, wk's P., Ft. ^V . & C. R. J^ Tin i:hop 

Snow Frank, ciiixinecr, li n e c Baker and Harrison 

Snurr I)avid E. laborer, h s s H i^'h west of St. Mary's Av., Bloomingdale 

Snurr Kiimiarila, servant, 214 W. Wa.shiugtou 

Snurr I.-abcUa, servant, 14.") W. Berry 

Snyder Cliristoplier, fireman, bds (iO Madison 

Snyder Chirk, engineer, h 8 s Lavina b Fairfield Av. and Broadway 

Snyder K. brakeniaii, bds Arthur Wiiitchead's 

Snyder Jacob, currier, h c s Clinton b Berry aad Maia 

Snyder John II. teamster, h 79 W. Water 

Snyder Lewis F. te.im^ter, h 141i W. Maia 

Snyder Sarah, chambermaid, Mayer House 

Snyder Susan, bds 258 W. Jefferson 

Snyder Wm. book store, h w s Webster b Lewis and Douglas Av 

Suyucr Wui. brakeman, bds 21 Holmau 

Snyder Wtn cooper, wks ii w c Calhoun and Butler 

Sobine S. H. carriagesmith, Thos. Stevens', res Bloomingdale 

Solar (jrco. shoetnakcr, k s s Front b Cherry aud lliver, w s lliver 

Solgc Christian, bricklayer, h 77 W Jeffersou 

Solomon C. boiler maker, wks J. H. Bass' 

Seuiers Mary, servant, 237 Lafayette 

Sonimer Anna, music teacher, bds Steuben House 

Sommer Carl, photographer, 106 Columbia, upstairs, h 111 W. Water 

Somnier Gertrude, widow, h 57 W. Jefferson 

Sommer li. machinist, wks J. C. Bowser & Co's 

Sommers Bridget, servant, 102 W. Wayne 

Sommers Chas. photograpl e •, h 111 W. Water 

Sommers Fred, h n s Douglas b Marion and Cass, Bloomingdale 

Sommers James, saloon, n w c Calhoun atid Baker 

Sommers John, bricklayer, h s s Grand b Harrison tind Webster 

Sommers John, saloon, w s Calhoun b Baker and Chicago 

Soper Herbert, switchman, h w s Kansas b Grand aud iMelita 

Sorg L>-idor, clerk, H. G. Wagner's 

Sorg Teter, h 175 F. Washington 

Southern James, engineer, h 250 Webster 

Sovan Chaa. laborer, bds Mary A, Sevan's^ Bloomingdale 

Sovau Fred, molder, h e s Feeder n of High, Blouniingdale 

Sovan Mary A. widow, h e s Feeder n of High, Bloomingdale 

Sovan Philip, laboier, bds Mary A. Sevan's, Bloomingdale 

Spaght Sarah, bds 31) Union 

Spaght Wm. carpenter, wks 85 E. Wayne 

SPALDING L. H,, Physicim and Surgeon, Office, e s CaFiouu opp 
Court House ; bds Sturgis House 

Spangler Jos. laborer, h w s Hanna b Ijasselle and Buchanan 

Spangler I^conard, laborer, bds Jos. Spangler's 

Spath Samuel, plasterer, bds Rudolph lvabi-,ch's 

Spears liobt. fireman, bds Eiira Beegaii's 

Specht Wm. carpenter, bds 22 Madison 

Spoil man Peter, laborer, h 170 E. Wayne 

Speiice Jane, widow, h 209 W. Jefferson 

Spencer Mrs. A. M, h w s Callioun b Lewis and Douglas Av 

Spencer I). J. attorney, bds Mayer Hou^e 

SJPENCER MARTIN V. B., Attorney at Law, Office, e s Cal- 
houn b Main and Columbia, cor Pearl; h 259 W. Wayne 



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Speucer Ellen, res 259 W. Wayne 

Spenle Louis, machinist, h w a Wells b Bowser and Douglas, Blooming- 
dale 

Sperisen J. Alexander, blacksmith, h n s Taylor w of Pine 

Spiegel August, tailor, h 30 Wall 

Spiegel Bernhard, h 30 Wall 

Spiegel Ernst, groceries, sec Lavina and Broadway 

Spiegel Gustav, (Hermsdorfer & S.) h s s Jefferson b College and N-elson 

Spiegle }IermaQ, laborer, h s s Jeffers^ou b Francis and Harmer 

Spinley J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Spitler John, brakeuian, h 146 Jackson 

Spittle H. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 

Sponla L. machinist, wks J. C. Bowser & Co's 

Spore Warren D. clerk, bds 110 W. Main 

Sprandel August, tinner, 134 Columbia, bds 53 E. Wayne 

Sprandle Wm. clerk, Aveline House 

Spring Samuel, shoe maker, h 139 Madison 

Spurrier Dennis, tinner, bds John Knight's 

Stabler Rev. Thos. pastor Berry Street M. E. Church, h 26 W. Berry 

Staess John, cooper, h s s High w of St. Mary's Av., Bloomingdale 

Stagemeier W. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Stager G. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 

Stahl Christ, laborer, has Lasselle b Clay and Monroe 

Stahl Frederick, laborer, h 137 E. Lewis 

Stahlhut Chas. teamster, h s e c Ewing and Lewis 

Stahlhut Fred, teamster, h e s Ewing b Lewis and George 

Stall Fred, coppersmith, wks T., W."& W. R. R. Shops 

Standers Catherine, servant, 113 W. Berry 

STANLEY, BIEBER & CO., (Chancey S., Milton B. & Thos. 
J. Stanley) Manufacturers of Carriages, Buggies and Sleighs, 106 
and 118 W. Main. See Card, page 64 

Stanley Chancey, (S., Bieber & Co } h 222 W. Main 

Stanley Thos. J. (Stanley, Bieber & Co.) h 222 W. Main 

Stanton John, laborer, h s s Bass b Prince and Fairfield Av 

Stanton Wm. E. laborer, h rear 190 W. Main 

Stapleford Chas. carpenter, bds 86 Montgomery 

Stapleford F. A. clerk 94 Columbia, bds 112 E. Washington 

Staoleford Henry T. (L. P. Stapleford & Bro.) bds Mayer House 

Stapleford L. Nelson, (Thompson & S.) h 85 E. Main 

STAPLEFORD L. P. & BRO., (Lucian P. & Henry T.) Auc- 
tion and Commission Merchants and Dealers in Dry Goods, &c., 5 
Calhoun 

Stapleford Levina, widow, h 112 E. Washington 

Stapleford Lucian P. (L. P. S. & Bro.) bds Aveline House 

Stark Henry, jeweler, bds 156 W. Jefferson 

Starke Amos, clerk 18 W. Berry, h 24 Nirdlinger Av 

Starke Fred, blacksmith, h e s Cass b High and Bowser, Bloomingdale 

Starkey Geo. bds Hedekin House 

STARKEY O. L., Painter and Grainer ; Dealer in Wall and Win- 
dow Papers, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, &c., 12 W. Berry ; h 102 E. 
Main 

Starrs Chas. laborer, h s w c College and Jones 

Stauger H. helper, wks P., Ft. W.\fc C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 

Staunton James, engineer, h n s Washington b Hanna and Francis 
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Stealer L. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 

Stedraan A. S. clerk 1 Harrison, h 186 E Jefferson 

Steen Jos. laborer, h s w c Callioun ami Water 

Steer H. carpenter, wks V., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 

StCixer Geo. llutlolph, carpenter, h w s Francis b Lewis and Montgomery 

Stcf^er Jnlius, clerk, b(l.>< Au<r. L. Selle's 

StCfrnieier Jacob, carpenter, h s s Wilt b Jackson and Van Buren 

Stci.L,'crwaUl J. A. turner, b n s Madison b Lafayette and Clay 

Stein Albert, blacki-mith, bds 22 Madison 

Stein ('has. hair dresser, h a s Main b Calhoun and Harrison 

Stein Daniel, carpenter, bds James W. BIythe's 

Stein Fred, policeman, h s s Pritchard b Broadway and Jackson 

Stein Fred. W. carpenter, h 121 Broadway 

Stein Gustav, carpenter, h 109 Jackson 

Stein J. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 

Stein Jos. laborer, bds Peter Stein's 

Stein Louis, book binder, bds Fred. Stein's 

Stein Peter, shoe maker, s s Mauniee Road e of Elm 

Steinaclicr Frederick, laborer, b s w e Fairfield Av. and Locust 

Steinauer Bernard, shoe maker, bds Henry Stellhorn's 

Steinbrenuer Fredericka, widow, h w s Griffith b \Vayne and Berry 

Steine Chas. ba)ber, h s s Main b Calhoun and Harrison 

Stcinke Audelia, widow, h e s West b Pritchard and Noel 

Steinke F-^dward, laborer, h n s Walnut b F^airfield Av. and Oakley 

Steir Henry A. laborer, h 97 Francis 

Stcis John, red Bloomingdale 

StcUer Conrad, butcher, 149 W. Berry 

Stcllhorn Catherine, widow, res Bryan Meyer's 

Stellhorn Chas. res Henry Stellhorn's 

Stellhorn Chas. F. shoe maker, h 127 W. Water 

Stellhorn Henry, blacksmith, h 22 Madison 

STELLHORN HENRY, Proprietor City Bakery and Eating 

House, 02 Columbia 
Stellwagon (i. fireman. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 
Stellwagon Jos. A. foreman P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Copper and Tin Shop, 

h 227 E. Lewis 
STEMMLER. PHILIP, Merchant Tailor, 13 Clinton, up stairs ; 

h s e c Madison and Francis 
Stenner F. W. clerk C. G. Yogel & Son's, h 57 W. Berry 
Stephan Julius, cigar maker, bds Chas. F. Ortman's 
Stcphan Philip, carpenter, h 28 Hood 

Stern Matthias, laborer, h n s Holman b Monroe and Hanna 
Stern Philip, laborer, h 97 Montgomery 
Stetter Louis, laborer, h n s Nirdlinger Av. w of Broadway 
STEUBEN HOUSE, s e c Calhoun and Washington ; Casper Rau, 

Propiietor 
Steup Henry, clerk DeGroff Nelson & Co's, h 100 W. Jefferson 
Stevens Amelia, res 17 Clay 

Stevens Amelia, seamstress, h e s Lafiiyette b Berry and Main 
Stevens K G. telegraph operator, res 15 E. Jefferson 
Stevens Elizabeth, widow, res 17 Clay 
Stevens Epliraim, driver, bds 219 W. Washington 
STEVENS G. L., Physician and Surgeon, Oculist and Aurist, Office 

and Residence, 15 K. Jefferson 



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Stevens Geo. B. book-keeper A. S. Evaus i Go's, h 20 Wallace 
Stevens H. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 
Stevens Henry, laborer, h 107 Madison 

Stevens Rufus L. upholsterer, h s s Williams b Harrison and Calhoun 
STEVENS THOMAS, Carriage, Bugsy and Wagon Manufacturer, 

e s Clay east end of Main Street ; h 155 E Berry 
Stevens Wm. carriage painter, h 17 Clay 
Stevens Wm. laborer, bds Jos McUermot's 

Stewart C. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Stewart C, Jr. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Stewart C. J. policeman, h 131 Wilt 
Stewart Eliza, servant, 104 Broadway 

Stewart John, blacKsmith, h s s Mauraee Road b Ohio and Elm 
Stewart P. h e s Calhoun n of Water 
Stewart U. clerk, bds Samuel Flutter's 
Stewart Wm. barber, 76 Barr 
Stewart Wm. justice of the pe ice. 58 Calhoun 
Stewart Wm. machinist, h n s Butler b Harri-ion and Calhoun 
Strwart Wm. H. showman, h s e c Fairfield Av. and Bass 
STHAIR HENRY, General Blacksmith and Horse Shoeing Shop, 

sec Main and Clay ; h n e c Clay and Berry 
Stiers Geo. J. clerk 103 Columbia, bds Henry Stiers' 
Stiers Henry, laborer, h w s Lafayette b Wayne and Washington 
Stiers Jacob, molder, bds Henry Stiers' 
Stiers John, supervisor, h 186 E. Washington 

Stiger David, carpenter, h w s N. Harrison b 5th and 6th, Bloomingdale 
Stiger Isaac, carpenter, h w s N. Harrison b 5th and 6th, Bloomingdale 
Stilhorn H. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Stillwagon Geo. fireman, bds David Kelker's 
Stinchcoaib Geo. F. clerk Mayer House, rooms 22 W. Wayne 
Stiue A. blacksmith, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R.. Blacksmith Shop 
St'ue D. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 
Stine F. laborer, wks P , Ft. W. & C. R. R. Lumber Yard 
Stine F. W. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 
Sine J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 
Stiuke H. machinist, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co.'s 
Stirling John T. dealer in trees, 13 E. Main, h 123 W. Water 
Stirling Thomas, (Amann & S.) h 105 W. Washington 
fctites John, carpenter, h 32 Williams 
Stock George, tanner, res Bloomingdale 

Stock Geo. night watchman Summit City Woolen Mills, res Blooming- 
dale 
Stockbridge J. W. h 219 W. Wayne 

&TOGKBIIIDGE N. P., Dealer in Books, Stationery, Wall and 
Window Papers, Musical Instruments, Children's Carriages, &c., 
98 Columbia; h 219 W. Wayne 
Stocking Henry, engineer, h s e c Oakley and Taylor 
Stocking John W. fireman, bds Henry Stocking's 
Stockman Edward, blacksmith, bds Fred. Kley's 
Stohl F. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 

Stokes John, laborer, h n s Baker b Webster and McClellan 
Slokes Mary A. laundress, Mayer House 
Stoltz Christ, teamster, h s e c Washington and Nelson 
StoU Conrad, laborer, h n s High west of St. Mary's Av., Bloomingdale 



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StoU Fred, helper, h n s Buchanan b Lafayette and Cass 

Stoll Henry, teamster, h n s Douglas west of Welb, Bloomingdale 

Stnll .lacoli. l.iliorer, li e s Jiufayette b Lasselle and Buohanaii 

STONE REV. J. R., Pastor First Baptist Church, li 28 Douglas Av 

Stiuii' Jauu'.s 1{. student, res 28 Douglas Av 

Ftone Jefferson, carpenter, bds 1)8 E. Berry 

Stone Wm. F. en;j:iiieer, h ti8 Douglas Av 

Stonebruok Fied. carpenter, h n s llolraan b Barr and Lafayette 

Stonebruniier Kobt. laborer, h n e c Williams and Harrison 

Stoiieburner Elias, painter, h s s Sturgis west of Fulton 

8toner .Julin Jj. (8., Wigent & Co.) res Perry Township 

STONER, WIGENT & BRO., (John L. S., John C. W. & 

Cliauuccy U. Wigent) Dealers iu Groceries, Provisions, &c., I Har- 
rison 
Stophlet Frank C. tinner, h w s Broadway b P., Ft. W. k C. and T., W. 

& W. Railways 
Stophlet Joseph H. architect, s w c Main and Harrison, h w s Broadway 

near Nirdlinger 
Stophlet Mary, widow, h w s Broadway south of Nirdlinger Av 
Storm Joseph, clerk 79 Columbia, bds Fred. Keinking's 
Story James, h IG W. Water 
Stjlz U. & Co. (Ulrich S , Henry Eder & Peter Certia) brewery, west 

of Wells, Bloomingdale 
Stolz Ulrich, (U. S. & Co.) res Washington Township 
Stoudacker Geo. laborer, h s w c Wilt and Jackson 
Strasburg Christ, shoemaker, h 127 Wilt 
Strasburg W-n. carpenter, bds 127 Wilt 
STRASSER JOSEPH, Wine and Lager Beer Saloon, 28 n s Main 

b Calhoun and Harrison 
Strasser R. macliiuist, wks J. H. Bass' 
Stratton Jotfcph, bricklayer, h 92 W. Washington 
Straughan Jesse II. civil engineer, h 91 E. Berry 
Straughan Joseph C. bds 91 E. Berry 
Straw Elizabeth, widow, h 63 E. Water 
Street Commissioner's Office, iu City Hall ; B. L. P. Williard, com- 

misaioner 
Stricher John, chair maker, Chas. Reese & Co. 'a, res Bloomingdale 
Strieder Christopher, teacher, h 19G Barr 
Strictmatter Chas. teamster, h s w c Oak and Walnut 
Striker Anna, widow, h n s High west of St. Mary's Av., Bloomingdale 
Striker F^lizabeth, widow, h ws Wells north of Douglas, Bloomingdale 
Striker John, chair maker, bds Elizabeth Striker's, Bloomingdale 
Stroband John J. merchant tailor, w s Harrison b Main and Berry 
^TRODEL GEO., Wine and Lager Beer Saloon, s s Berry opp 

Court 

6TR0DEL MATHIAS, Wine and Beer Saloon and Restaurant, 

12 E. Berry 
Strong E. H. clerk Aveline House 

Strong Henry, shoemaker, h w a Calhoun b Jefferaon and Lewis 
Strong Henry F. laborer, h w s Barr north of Water 
Strong J. C. pattern maker, h s e c Barr and Lewis 
Strong John H. carpenter, h e s McClellan b Lewis and Douglas Av 
Strong Louisa, servant, 25 Madison 
Strong M. B. conductor, h s e c Jackson and Jeflferson 



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Strong Melvin H. engineer, h s e c Webster and Lewis 
Strong Zachariah, carpenter, has High west of Wells, Bloomingdale 
STROPE D. B., Chief Locomotive Engineer P., Ft. W. & C. R R., 
Office sec Machine Shops, u s Railroad b Clinton and Barr j h 

n w c Calhoun and Highlaad 
Strotz G. butcher, bds Fred. Eckart's 
Strubey Chas. masie teacher, h 81 E. Jefferson 
Struever Wtu. saloon, s s Main b Clinton and Barr 
Strung Christian, groceries, a s Main b Calhoun and Harrifom 
Struver Wm. (W«j. S. & Co.) h s s Main b Clinton and Barr 
Struver Wm. & Co. (Win. S. & John Butler) potash facto8-y, nee Ewing 

and W. & E. Canal 
Stuart Sarah M . widow, h 190 W. Maia 
STUBNATZY REV. W. S., Pastor Emanuel Lutheran Church, 

h 223 W. Jefferson 
Stuck Geo. watchman, h w s N. Cas3 b 5th and 6th, Bloomingdale 
Studer Bernhard, carpenter, h n s Lewis b Division and Walnut No. 2 
Studer Miss Eliza, (Misses Frank & S.) res Bernard Studer's 
Studer Jeroiae J. cJerk 75 Columbia, res Bernard Studer's 
Stump C> H. cabinet luaker, h 14 VV. Jefferson 
Stuuip Louis, laborer, h s s Wall west of Bro; dway 
Sturgis E. L. book-keeper Clark & Rhioesiuith's, bds Sturgis House 
STURGIS HOUSE, 51 W. Berry; Chas. P. Crumpston, Proprietor 
Sturgis Louisa, widow, bds Sturgis House 
Sturzenberger Frank, sawyer, h n e o Monroe and Jefferson 
Sturzenberger John W. clerk Laufisrtj & Bro.'s, bds 3Iiiyer House 

Stuter , fireman, bds R. B. Doty's 

Stutsman S. P. veterinary surgeon, h w s Oakley b Walnut and Poplar 

Stufzenberger Anthony, laborer, h n w c Monroe and Jefferson 

Stutzeaberger Frank, sawyer, bds n w c Monroe and Jefferson 

Stutzenberger John W. clerk, bds n w c Monroe and Jefferson 

Suber Fred, plasterer, h n s Wayne b 3Ionroe and Hanna 

Sudbrinck Chas. drayman, bds nee Webster and Douglas Av 

Sudenbrink C, molder, wks J. H. Bass' 

Sudhoff Henry, clerk, bds 200 Barr 

Suedhoff Henry, book-keeper 101 Columbia, bds n w e LcA\is and Barr 

Sukup Andrew, laborer, h n s Buchanan b Lafayette and Cass 

Sukuz A. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 

Sullivan Cornelius, laborer, h s s Taylor b Oakley and Fairfield Av 

Sullivan Henry, teamster, bds 16 W. Lewis 

Sullivan Mary, servant, 119 E. Lewis 

Sullivan Peter, helper, bds n'e c B^rr and Holman 

Summers Tlierese, servant, 54 W, Berry 

SUMMIT CITY BREWERY, East side Harrison b Berry and 

and Wavne; John Geo. Hornung, Proprietor 
SUMMIT CITY WOOLEN MILLS, South side Water b Barr 

and Lafayette; French, Hanua & Co., Proprietors 
Suren J carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C R. R. Carpenter Shop 
Sutcrmeister Arnold, (S. & Becker) h 215 W. Jefferson 
SUTERMli-ISTER & BECKER, (Arnold S. & Christian B.) 

Steam Marble, Lime and Sand Stone Works ; Manufacturers of 

American and Foreign Marble Monuments, Head Stones, Mantels, 

Cabinet Slabs, Building Stone, &C.; Office and Works, cor Main 

and Fulton 



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Suttor James, fireman, bds II. Vj. Duty's 

^uttt.ii Jnliii, ui;icliiiiist, h s s iMelita b Webster and Iloagland Av 

Swatjor C'has. carpenter, bds Peter Swaj^'cr's 

Swauer John, eaipeuter, bds Peter Swagcr's 

Swai^er Peter, laborer, li u s lloluiau b Lafayette and Barr 

b'wain Chailotte, widow, li Oli W. Main 

5>waiu G. W. carriagesmith, bds 02 W. Main 

Swain (Jeo. plahtcrer. h s s Melita b Harrison and Webster 

Swan Belle, widow, li 19 W. Wafehiugton 

Swan L. J. clerk T. A. Slaek's, bds li) W. Washington 

Swart Meinhart, pattern maker, h u \v c Broadway and P., Ft. W. & C. 
11. ilway 

Swartz Amos, machinist, h 146 Broadway 

Swartz K. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 

Swartz Henry, carpenter, wks Cochrane, Humphrey ct Co.'s 

Swartze G. helper, wks 1*., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 

Swaync Rhoda N. widow, h 278 W. Berry 

Swayne Samuel F. attorney and notary, 1-i W. Main, h 278 W. Berry 

Sweeney Abraham, carpenter, h 200 W. W'ashingtOQ 

Sweeper Kate, servant, 10 W. Water 

Sweeper Mary G. servant, 144 E. Berry 

Sweet Kay C. engineer, h c s Fairfield Av. b Coleriek and Williams 

Sweet Samuel B. clerk T., W. & W. R. R. Freight Office, h 10 Mont- 
gomery 

Swcetzer M. h 113 W. Main 

Sweigel \Vm. stone mason, h 176 E. Wayne 

Swcney Jus. L. painter, h n s Baker b (Jalhoun and Harrisoa 

iSwerin-eu Geo. W. bds 151 W. Wayne 

SWERINGEN H. V., Druggist and Pharmaceutist, 108 Broadway 

Swilt , cutter, bds 152 E. Washington 

Swimeloy Andrew, carpenter, bds 118 E. W^ayue 

Swiuuey Thos. W. h west end Jctferson 

Swinney Wm. P. res Thos. W. Swiuney's 

Swithenbcuk Jas. machinist, h n s Chicago b Kansas and W^ebster 

Swygcrt Samuel, pump maker, bds Union House 



Tagtmeier Fred, shoemaker, h s e c Harrison and Highland 
Tiii^mcyer I). (Trier Si, 'l\) h s w c Ewing and Water 
TAGTMEYER FRED., Manufacturer and Dealer in Boots and 
Shoes, w s Barr b Wayne and Berry; h u e c Harrison &, Highland 
Tagmyer Wm. machinist, h 'J-l W. Water 
Tani Silas, elerk, h n w c Hamilton and Clinton 

fam Silas, Jr. clerk U. A. Simons', h n e c Clinton and Hamilton 
Tanccy Michael, constable, h u s Melita b Webster and Kansas 
Tapp Kerdi hand, stone mason, h s e c Ohio and JMaumee Road 
Tar;:e Wm. laborer, bds n w c Fairfield Av. and Taylor 
Tark Christian, painter, bds 99 E ^V^lshingtou 
Tark Christiana, widow, h 99 E. Washington 
Tarmon Henry, carpenter, h n e c Noel and Jackson 

f arsney 'I'hos. fireman, h 8 e c Grand and Kansas 



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Tasker Samuel, laborer, bds s w c Bass and Iloagland zVv 
Tasker Thos. laborer, bds s w c Bass and Hoaglaad Av 

Taylor , bds John P. Law's 

Taylor Chas. local editor Journal, nee Harrison and Lewis 

Taylor Chas. F. (Brackenridge & T.) h 17 Douglas Av 

Taylor H. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

Taylor Henry K. h 175 E. Jefferson 

Taylor 1. INewton, with Cochrane, Humphrey & Co., li e s Fairfield Av. 

^ mile s of Corp. Jjine 
Taylor John, h 240 E. Washington 
Taylor John W . clerk, bds Margaret Taylor's 
TAYLOR R. W., Produce Merchant and Grain Dealer, n w c Pearl 

and Maiden Lane; h 77 W. Wayne 
Taylor llebocca, widow, res John Jones' 
Taylor Robert S. attorney, e s Court over Post Office, h e s Fairfield Av. 

s of Corp. Line 
Taylor T. S. & Co., Fort Wayne Journal, book and job printers, n s Main 

opp Court House 
Taylor Thos S. (T. S. T. & Co.) h 197 E. Lewis 
Taylor Wm. C laborer, h n s Oak b Division and Walnut 
Techener Henry, cabinet maker, bds 118 Harrison 
Teeman F. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. 11. li. Carpenter Shop 
Teeman W. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. II. R. Carpenter Shop 
Tcgeder Henry, carpenter, bds 118 Harrison 

Teges Wm checkman, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Freight Depot, h 189 Ewing 
Tegtmcier Fred, laborer, h s s Lewis b Lafayette and Clay 
Tcgtmeier Fred, planer, h 3-4 Wilt 
Tegtmeier Wm. machinist, h 9i W. Water 
Tegmier Conrad, carpenter, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Go's 
Tegtmeyer A. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 
Tegtmeyer Ernst, machinist, h ss Brackenridge b Webster and McClellan 
Tegtmeyer F. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R'. R. Boiler Shop 
Tekerman Henry, laborer, h 108 Montgomery 
Telegraph Despatch, Wash. Haskell, agent, -13 Columbia 
ToUey Geo. W. machinist, bds 30 Calhoun 

Telley Thos. engineer, h w s Calhoun b Highland and Dawson 
Templar Henry, wool sorter, wks Summit City Woolen Mills 
Temple Sylvester, hostler, bds Union House 
Teuny E. L. engineer, bds s w c Doaglas Av. and Webster 
Ternan Thomas, laborer, h 75 Madison 
Terry G. H. molder, h 224 E. Jefferson 

Thacker Ludwell G. (Wm. H. Thaeker & Bro.) h 20 E. Washington 
Thacker Wm. H (Wm. H. T. & Bro.) h 138 W. Washington 
THACKER WM. H. & BRO., (Wm. H. & Ludwell G.) Phy- 
sicians and Surgeons, Office s w c Calhoun and Berry, up stairs 
Thaia John, bricklayer, h s s Washington b Union and Rockhill 
Thanhouser Samuel, (Frank & T.) h 47 W. Berry 
Tbeary Emma, laundress, Avcline House 
Theiman Wm. laborer, h n s Holman b Clay and Monroe 
Tiieiry Tillie, milliner, bds nee McClellan and Douglas Av 
Thele R helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 
Tliiebold Christian, carpenter, h 69 E. Jefferson 
Tliiele Deidrich, laborer, h 178 W. Jefferson 
Tbiele Henry, laborer, h n s Jefferson b Calhoun and Harrison 



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THIEME ANDREW, l^caler iu Fiuuily Groceries, Provisiuus, 

\o., n\>o .^jiloun, K!l JJruadway 
Thioiiie l-'reilcritk. cluiliicr. h 218 W. Berry 
THIEME J. G. & BRO., (John Gottlieb & John Fred.) Merchant 

T;iilnrs, Cl'itliieis, and Dealers iu Gents' Furnishing Goods, 71 Co- 
lumbia, cor Clinton 
Thienie John Fred. (J. G. Thienie k Bro.) h 180 W. Berry 
Tl.ieme J. dm Gottlieb, (J. (i. T. k Bro.) h 51 E. Wayne 
ThiiM-ry Tillic, clerk <»4 Calhoun, bds G6 Dou;,'las Av 
Thomas Biuj. ludi)er, bds John B. Comstock's 
Thomas C. L. printer, h s e c Monroe and Hough 
Thomas Chas. upholsterer, 75 Columbia, res country 
Thomas Jolin, painter, h 251 E. Lewis 
Thomas Lemuel, printer, bds Xavier Chevirou's 

Thomas Martin, brakeman, h u s Butler b Fairfield Av. and Hoagland Av 
Thomas 0. T. printer, h !28 Jackson 
Thompson Byron S. (T. & Stapletord) h w s Bluffton Road near S. Corp. 

Line 
Thompson Cornelius, laborer, h 24 Buchanan 
Thompson Geo. W. machine hand, h 215 Lafayette 
Thompson J. laborer, has Calhoun s of Butler 
Thompson James, engineer, J B. Aveline & Go's, h 24 Buchanan 
Thompson James, fireman, h n s llohuan b Barr and Lafayette 
Thompson John 11. laborer, bds Cornelius Thompson's 
Thompson Joseph, molder, h 215 Lafayette 
Thompson Margaret, widow, h 215 Lafayette 
Thompson Nelson, laborer, h 166 E. Washington 

Thompson Russell, stave jointer, J. B. Av.'line & Co's, bds 24 Buchanan 
THOMPSON & STAPLEFORD, (Byron 8. T. & L. Nelson S.) 

Manufacturers of Axe, Pick and Hammer Handles, Singletrees, &c., 

n s Canal b Clinton and Barr 
Thompson Thos. molder, h 215 Jjafayette 
Thrift John, clerk Geo. Triplett's, h alley b Jefi'erson and Washington 

and Calhoun and Clinton 
Thrush Richard, laborer, h s s Hamilton b Hanna and Francis 
Thurman Chas. slioemaker, h 85 W. JeflTerson 
Thumm Jacob, (J. (\ Pfeiffer & Co.) res country 
Tibbies John H. chair maker, h 118 Clay 
Tieuian Mary, widow, h s s Berry b Francis and Harmer 
Tiemann Fred, carpenter, h 50 Wall 
Tiemann Maggie, servant, 1U4 E. Main 

Ticrney T. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 
Tigar Thoma.s, h 163 E. Berry 
Tikenbrock Frank, stone mason, h 188 Ewing 
Tillman Robert B. clerk 1 Harrison, bds 110 W. Main 
Timmers John, printer, bds 7(3 W. Berry 

Timmey Henry, carpenter, h s s Washington b Clay and Monroe 
Timmie Josepliine, laundress, Harmon House 

Timmins John, pressman, Fort Wayne Gazette, bds 76 W. Berry 
Timmis Wm. engineer, h n s Bu(;hanan b Lafayette and Cass 
Tinkham Milan H. engineer, h se c Ewing and Jcfterson 
Tinney H. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 
Titus Theodoie, foreman, h n s Chicago b Kansas and Webster 
Todd Robt. (Fronefiebi & T.) h 26 W. Water 



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Toiule Maggie, servant, 130 W Jefferson 
Toland Emma, widow, res Wm. Kiucaid's 

Toledo, Wabash & Western Railway, Freight Office and Depot on Rail- 
road west of Calhoun, C. S. Groff, Freight Agent 

TOLEDO, WABASH & WESTERN RAILWAY, Shops 

and Round House on Railroad Track west of Ewing 
Tonna F. boiler maker, wks J. H. Bass' 
Tons Bertha, 80 W. Washington 
Tons Henry, insurance solicitor and notary public, 50 Calhoun, h 80 W. 

Washington 
Tons Wm. trunk maker, bds 80 W. Washington 
Toohey Patrick, laborer, h s s Melita b Webster and Eloagland Av 
Toomey Thomas, laborer, h 175 E. Washington 
Torgee Wn^ clerk, bds Ameriraa House 
Tovey Fred, molder, wks Murray & Baker's 

Tower B. H furniture, 69 Columbia, h s w e Wayne and Lafayette 
Tower B. H., Jr. bds s w c Wayne and Lafayette 
Tower Floyd F. clerk, bds 145 W. Washington 
TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE'S OFFICE, 78 Columbia; John G. 

Maier, Trustee 
Trarbah Chas. laborer, h n s Lasselle b Lafayette and Clay 
Traub Sophia, bds Gottlieb Leple's 
Traub Louis, saddles, 90^ Columbia, h w s McClellan b Douglas Av. and 

Lewis 
Trauerraan Isaac, (L. Dessauer & Co.) h 92 W. Main 
Traut James, drayman, h 176 E. Washington 
Trautman Fred, baker, bds 122 B. Wayne 
Trautman John, helper, h w s Calhoun s of Butler 
Trautman John, teamster, h 122 E. Wayne 
Travelboe John, shoemaker, h 90 W. Water 
Treep Hannah, h w s Barr b Washington and Wayne 
Treop Mary, boarding-house, w s Barr b Wasliington and Wayne 
Trees James. laborer,'h w s BluflPton Road cor T., W. & W. R. R Track 
Treislcr Louisa, servant, 43 W. Wayne 
Tremmel Conrad, tinner, h e s Hanna b Grant pnd Jones 
Tremmel.J. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Trenam Geo architect, s w c Main and Harrison, h 162 W. Main 
Trenkley Celesiine, (T. & Scherzinger) h 21 E. Washington 
Treukley & Scherzinger, (Celestine T. & Primus S.) jewelry, &c., 79 

Calhoun 
Trentraan August C. (B. Trentman & Son) h n w c Harrison and Water 
Trentman B. H. groceries, 51 Clay, h 151 E. Wayne 
TRENTMAN B. & SON, (Bernard & Au-ust C.) Dealers in 

China, (Jlass, Queensware, Lamps, Plated Ware, &c., 86 Columbia 
TRENTMAN B. & SON, (Bernard & August C.) Wholesale 

Grocers andLiquor Dealers, 56 Calhoun, opp Court House 
Trentman Bernard ( B. T. & Son) h n w c Webster and Wayne 
Trentman Bernard, Jr. clerk 56 Calhoun, bds n w c Webster and Wayne 
Trentman Henry, clerk 86 Columbia, h n w c Lafayette and Washington 
Trentman John H. h 15 1 E. Wayne 

Trentman John H. (Wolke & T.) bds Bernard Trentman's 
Tresche Frank, fireman, wks Schnelker, BeugUvt & Co's 
Treseler Henry, plasterer, h 162 Ewing 
Tressel H. carpenter, wks P , Ft. W. it C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 



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Trcssel (loo. lalxucr. li S2 Moiit^coiuerv 

TRESSELT & BOTH, (Uha.-^.'T. & Theodore B.) Importers, 
NVIioiobale and Kctail Dealers in Cliiiia, Glass, Queeu.iwarc, Cutlery, 
La\i. )>.■*, LookiiJiT Ij lasses, itc., 09 Columbia 
Trcsselt Chas. (^T. & Hotli) h 88 E. Jetiersoo 
Trc.selt Christian, (Sieiuon, Bro. & Co.) h 55 E. Jefferson 
Tressle G. wks N. G. Olds & Sou's 

Trcuchet Celesfiu, wajroii maker, h s 8 Lassellc b Lafayette and Cass 
Trichler Peter, file eutter, h s s Front b Cherry and River, w s lliver 
Trier llonry, (^T. & Tat^meycr) h a w c Ewinti and Water 
Trier A: Tairmeyer, (Henry T. & D. T.) shingles aud lath, n w c Ewing 

ai.d W. & E. Canal 
Trimble .Marion, conductor, li u s Montgomery b Barr and Lafayette 
Trimble Samuel, carjienter, h 92 E. liowis 
Triop F. helper, wks P , Ft. W. & C. li. R. Paint Shop 
Trij)lett Geo fi.-h depot, w s ('alhuun opp Aveline House, h s s Lewis 

second door \v of Harrison 
Tritschier John P. tile cutter, wks Harries & Grotheu's 
Troup Fred, watchman, h 47 Douglas Av 
Troutman Fred, baker, bds l2-t E. Wayne 

Troutman J. helper, wks P., F't. W. ct C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Trowbridge Addison, teamster, h 121: E. Wayne 
Truchet Frank, fireman, h s e c LasscUe and Cass 
Truitt John "W. book-keeper, h 217 iiafayette 

Tucker A. C. solicitor Ft. Wayne Democrat, h n ecAVayueand Harrison 
Tuehrer 31inuie, seamstress, bds 41 E. Wayne 
Tuuisou (iibson, brakeman, bds 136 W. Jefferson 
Tunison Naomi Y. widow, h 13ti W. Jefferson 
Turberg Maurice, laborer, h n s Hough b Clay aud Monroe 
Turner Clara, cook, i^mericau Hou.-e 
Turner Hall, s w c llarri.-on ;;ud Main 
Turner lienry, machinist, h 5U E Washington 
Tarner John H. machiui-t, bds 50 E. Washington 
Turner Sarah, dress maker, bds 142 E. Main 
f urner W. fireman, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 
Tyger Philip C. engineer, h 240 E. Lewis 
Tyler Arthur, clerk, bds 57 W. V/ater 
lyler Catherine, widow, h 153 W. Berry 
Tyier Cyrus, harue^s maker, bds Phillips Hou-^e 
Tyler l>auiel, turner, wks Nelson Wheeler's, bds 258 W. Wayne 
Tyler ¥. S. clerk Nelson Wheeler's, bds 258 W. Wayne 
Tyler J. A. clerk Meyer Bros. & Cos, bds 53 W. Water 
Tyrrell Mrs. V. B. widow, h n s Chicago b Kansas aud Webster 



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Uebelhocr Fred, plasterer, h n s Lavina b Fairfield Av. and George 
Ucbclhucr Philip, boots and shoes, s s Main b (Clinton aud Barr 
IJlm Jos. laborer, wks Schnelker, Beugnot & Go's 
Ulricli Elizabeth, widow, res 11 Montgomery 
L'mbach Morris porter, bds 50 Columbia 
Undcrhill F. W. traveling agent, h 124 W. Main 



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UNDERHILL P. S., Steam Marble aud Free Stone Works ; Munu- 
iacturer of Foreign and American Marble Monuments, Head Stones, 
Mantels, Grates, Building Stone, &c. ; also. Agent for Stone Sewer 
and Drain Pipe, Fire Brick, &c., nee Main and Cass and u w c 
Pearl and Cass ; h 235 W. Main 

UNDERHILL P. S. & CO., (P. S. U. & Amos Davis) Agents 
Howe Sewing Machine, 70 Calhoun 

Underbill W. R. clerk 4 Keystone Block, h 75 Lafayette 

UNDERWRITERS AGENCY, 50 Calhoun; John Hough, 
Agent 

Unger F. tinner, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. K. Tin Shop 

Unger Geo. physician, h 4:6 W. Washington 

Unger Gottlieb, tinner, wks Ft. Wayne Gas Light Co 

Ungerer Wm. brewer, bds 43 W. Wafer 

Union Block, n w c Main and Clinton 

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

UNITED STATES EXPRESS CO., w s Harrison opp Co- 
lumbia ; C. Lee Smith, Agent 

UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE, Collector's 

Office, w s Calhoun opp Court House ; Geo. Moon, Collector 
Unker Wm. laborer, wks Bloomingdale Brewery 
UPDEGRAFF & CO., Dealers in Millinery, Notions, Fancy 

Goods, Gloves, Hosiery, &c., i'4 Calhoun 
UpdegraiF John, foreman, h s s W. 4th w of AVells, Bloomingdale 
Updegraff Wm. W. (U. & Co.) h n w c Harrison and Douglas Av 
Upleger Chas. policeman, h w s Broadway b Wilt and Jefferson 
Upmeier Fred, carpenter, h n s Maumce Road b Uuiversity and Walter 
Upnieyer Gustav, clerk, 57 E Main 
Urfee Nancy, res Chas. Buck's 



Vail Geo. C. engineer, h s e c Webster aud Baker 

Valentine John, tailor, wks 71 Columbia 

Valroff" Xavier, bakery, 92 E. Main 

Vanalleu Andrew, laborer, bds 84 W. Water 

Vanallen John H. laborer, h 84 W. Water 

Van Alstine & Co. (Wm. Van A. & Mrs. Ann Cothrell) stable, w s Barr 
b Main and Columbia 

Van Alstine Frank, hackman, bds Wm. Van Alstine's 

Van Alstine Wm. (Van A. k Co.) h n e c Barr and Berry 

Vandcrbaugh Lorenz, laborer, wks Ft. Wayne Dining Hall 

Van Geison Munson, carpenter, h s s Lavina b Fairfield Av. and Broad- 
way 

Van Gorden Daniel, contractor, bds Mayer House 

Van Voorhis Frank, insurance agent, 13 E. Main, bds 221 W. Main 

Van Wort J. S. brakcm: n, bds .Harmon House 

Vaughn Henry, butcher, h 186 W. Maia 

Vaugier Xavier, h 10 Sturgis 

Vaulbaum Henry, shoe maker, h 77 Madison 

Vazeli P. helper, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Veith Louis, boatman, res Peter Veith's 



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Veith Potcr, boatman, h n w c Wayne anJ Francis 

Voith Wni. fireman res IV-tcr Viilh's 

Voral cr Kate, servant, oO 15a rr 

Vovie Frank, brakenian, bds Main Street Exchange 

Viet Geo wks llankc, YorL'cns & Co's 

Vijrilant Steam Fire Co. No. 2, house nee Court and Berry 

Vincent Jas. cloth finisher, wks Summit City Woolen Mills 

Viriril Hcv. A. h n s George b Fultnu and Broadway 

VirL'il Almon K. music teacher, h 40 Jackson 

VIRGJL THOMAS S., Physician and Surgeon, Office, 20 W. 

Berry ; hds Avclino lltnise 
Vizard Anthony blacksmith, s s Main b Harrison and Mailca Lane, h n 

e c Colerick and lloagland Av 
Vizard John, helper, h n s Melita b Harrison and Webster 
VizMrd Michael, boiler maker, bds Hose Vizard's 
A'izanl Hose, widow, h s s Brandriif b Webster and lloagland Av 
Vizard Thos. helper, bds Rose Vizard's 
VOGEL MRS. C. G., Millinery ilooms, e s Calhoun b Main and 

Columbia 
VOGEL C. G. & SON, (Chas. G. & Frank B.) Merchant Tailors, 

Clothiers and Dealers in Gents' Furnishing Goods, e s Calhoun b 

Main and C' 1 imbia. Scj Card, p.ige 42 
Vogel Chas. G. (C. G. V. & .^on) h e s Calhoun b Main and Columbia 
Vo;jel Frank B. (C. G. Vogel & Son) h e s Calhoun b Main & Columbia 
Vugel Peter, laborer, h s s Walnut w of Oakley 
Vogler Edward, tailor, h 13t) Cay 
Vuigd Christiana, widow, h 9G Barr 
Voigd Herman, bricklayer, h 96 Barr 

Voirol Frank, (Geo. J. E. Mayer & Frank Y.) h s w c Francis & AVayne 
Volkcrt Fred, brakeman, h n e c Montgomery and Monroe 
Volland lleiirv, miller Empire Flour Mill, h 279 W. Washington 
VOLLMER DANIEL, Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, 

I'aiuts, Oils, Dye Stutfs, etc., s w c Calhoun and Berry ; h 21 W. 

Berry 
Volmerding Fred, tailor, h s s Washington b Hanna and Francis 
Vorce J oh I), cook Ft. Wayne Dining Hall, h 89 Lewis 
VORDERMARK E. & SONS, (Ernst, John W. & HenryP.) 

Manufacturers of and Dealers in Boots, Shoes, Leather, Findings, 

kc, 4 Pliocnix Bh)ck. w s Calhoun b IMain and Columbia 
Vordermark Ernst, (E. V. & Sons) res Adams Tp 

Vorderniark Henry P. (K. Vordermark & Sons) res Ernst Vordermark's 
"N'ordcrniark John W. (E Vordermark & Sons) h 16 E. Washington 
Vorderniark Louis P. clerk E. Vordermark & Sons', res Ernst Vorder- 
mark's 
Vottreau , widow, h e s Calhoun a of Butler 



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Wabash & Erie Canal Collector's Office, n w c Clinton and Columbia 
Wad^e Wni carpenter, h n w c Clay and Montgomery 
Wadingtim C. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. K. K. Carpenter Shop 
Wadington Chas. E. bds Iluriison DeHaven's 



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Wadington Walter, carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. 11. Carpenter 

Shop 
Wadington Wm. foreman P., Ft. W. & C. R. E. Car Shop, h 86 Mont- 
gomery 
Wafels Lizzie, servant, A. G. Barnett's 
Wagenhals Rev. Samuel, h 45 Barr 
WAGNER H. G., Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, &c., e 

s Calhoun opp Court House 
Wagner Jasper, laborer, h e s Lafayette b St. Francis and Creighton 
Wagner John, carpenter, h 132 Jackson 
Wagner Michael, (Wolf & W.) res Mercer Co., Ohio 
Wagner Theodore, laborer, h 128 Madison 

Wahn Jos. millwright, h n s Brackenridge b Webster and McClellan 
Waibel B. L. carpenter, wka P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 
Waibel Christ, carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Carpenter Shop 
Wakly John, carpenter, wks 85 E. Wayne 
Walchlin John, laborer, h n s Taylor w of Pine 
Walda Chis. carpenter, h s s Ilolman b Clay and Monroe 
Walda Herman, tailor, h s w c Nelson and Washington 
Walda Wm. carpenter, h s s Washington b Monroe and Hanna 
Waldmann Benj saloon, w s Calhoun b Washington and Jefferson 
Waluo Chas. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C R.R. Carpenter Shop 
Waldo Christ, carpenter, h s w c Nelson and Washington 
Waldo Frederick, laborer, h 217 E. Jefferson 
Waldo Henry, carpenter, h 269 W. Jefferson 
Walke Geo. marble polisher, bds Wm. Walke's 
Walke Wm. marble polisher, h s w c Cass and Pearl 
Walker Anthony, molder, h n s Buchanan b Lafayette and Cass 
Wall John, cigar maker, bds 21 W. Berry 
Wall Louisa, servant, Aveline House 
Wallace Andrew, assistant clerk P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop, 

h s e c Barr and Jefferson 
Wallace John, boiler maker, h e s Barr b Lewis and Montgomery 
Wallace John, boiler maker, h s w c Clay and Madison 
Wallace Matilda, widow, h s s Brandriff b Webster and Hoagland Av 
Wallace Wm. H. laborer, bds Luphiiia Collar's, Bloomiugdale 
Wallace Wm J. blacksmith, h 216 E. Lewis 
Wallen H. D assistant superintendent G. R. & I. E. R., office nee 

Clii ton and Railroad, bds Aveline House 
Wallies Fred, carpenter, h 140 Harrison 

Wallin Chas. E. photographer, 44 Calhoun, Hamilton's Building 
Waltemath Chas. teamster, h s s Lewis b Lafayette and Clay 
Waltemath Henry, (H. Wigman & Co.) h s s Lewis b Clay and La- 
fayette 
Waltemath Henry, laborer, h 20 W. Lewis 
Waltemath Louis, laborer, h 161 E. Jefferson 
Walter Daniel, blacksmith, bds Christian Bruns' 

Walter Frank, shoemaker, h w s Pine b Locust and T., W. & W. R. R 
Walter & Ryan, (Wm. B. W. & Daniel E.) attorneys, real estate and 

collecting agents, e s Court opp Court House 
Walter Wm. B. (W. & Ryan) h e s Spy Run near Corp. Line 
Walterback C. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. E. R. Round House 
Walters David, broker, bds e 3 Ewing b Washington and Wayne 
Walther Fred. Wm. with Kilian Baker & Bro., 41 Columbia 



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Walton C. R. tclo<?r:iph operator, Superiiiteiidcnt's Office V., Ft. W. & 

C. K. 11., bds Aviline lltuse 
Walton Horace, laborer, bds Joi-epli Walton's 
Walton JoM'jili, h H s Baker b llarrij^on and \\'ebster 
^Vanlllo^ Wni. jijancr, li 178 E\vin<r 
Waiiipler Daniel W printer, bds 87 E. Jeflferson 
Wandrau Casper, paii.ter, bds 45 E. Main 
WARD H. N., Importer, Wholesale and "Retail Dealer in China, 

(ilass. (jtieensware. Lamps, Looking Glasses, Wall and ^^ indow 

Papers, House Furnishing (Joods, &c., 48 Calhouu opp Court 

House: h :^33 W. Berry 
Ward John, bds Eliza Beegan's 

Ward Samuel, whitewasher, h e s Calhoun b Washington and Jefferson 
Ward Theodore II. bds 125 Van Buren 

Ward Wui. II. laborer, h w s Broadway b W^all and Nirdlinger Av 
W'aring Anson, (Coombs & Co.) h 40 E. Jefferson 
Warner C. T. engineer, h s s Baker b Calhouu and Harrison 
Warner D. S. engineer, h w s Calhoun b Williams and Butler 
Warner Eliza, servant, 211 W. Wayne 
Warner Ferlina, servant. 112 E. Main 

Warner (Justav, cigar maker, h s s Ciderick b Prince and Fairfield Av 
Warner Louisa, servant, Mary Stophlet's 
Warner ^1 organ, foreman, h s w c Jefferson and Garden 
Wai tenbe Epliraim B. sawyer, h n s AV. & E. Canal b Lafayette and Clay 

WASHINGTON INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YORK, 

(iio. F. Kur-sell, Agent; Office, (i4 Calhouu, u w c Berry 
Washington School Building, s w c Washington and Union 
Wasliiiigtvju Wm. laborer, wks Ft. Wayne Dining Hall 
Waterbuck Chas. laborer, h w s Oakley ojip Pop! ir 
Waterman John II. engineer, h 150 W. Jefferson 
Waters John P. coroner, h 193 W. Washington 
Watson Maria, widow, h 104 Madison 

Waugh James, engineer, h w s Prince b Coleriek and Williams 
Wayne Township Library, 78 Columbia; John G. Maier, librarian 
Weakley John, carpenter, bds James Leach's 
Wears Elizabeth, widow, h 135 xMadison 
Wears Henry, laborer, bds 135 Madison 
Weaver Carrie, milliner, bds 17 Clinton 
Weaver Edwin, engineer, h 100 Griffith 

Weaver I. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Blacksmith Shop 
Weaver J:icob, h ss High west of St. 31ary's Av., Bloomingdale 
Weaver John, blacksmith, h n s Water b Cliuton and hlarr' 
Weaver Sophia, res Thos. C. Smith's 
WEBB A. M., Carpenter, Builder and Contractor, Shop e s Court 

opp Court House; h 234 W Wayne 
Webb M. A. (A. S. Evans & Co.) bds A. S. Evans' 
Webber Adam, shoemaker, h 9 Montgomery 

Webber Andrew, pattern maker, h n ec Lafayette and St. Francis 
Webber Benj. maehiuist, h s e e Fairfield Av. and Bass 
W'ehber John, laborer, h n s W^iyne b Francis and Harmer 
Webber Peter, stone mason, h 204 W. Jefferson 
Weber A. h 181 Clinton 

Weber A. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Round House 
Weber A. pattern maker, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 



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Weber A. S. helper, wks P., Ft. ^^ . & C. R. K. Machine Shop 
^^ eber Adam, shoemaker, h 9 Montgomery 
Weber Andrew, tinner, bds 181 Clinton 

WEBER ERWEIN, Dealer in Stoves and Hollow-ware, Manufac- 
turer of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware; also Tin Hoofer, 15 
Clinton ; h 183 Clinton 
Weber Fred, machinist, h n s Maumee b Calhoun and Clinton 
Weber Jacob, laborer, h s s Wilt b College and Nelson 
Weber John, packer, City Mills, h n s Wayne 2d house east of Francis 
Weber John J. teacher, h -11 E. AV^ayne 

Weber Milton N. bar-keeper, D. Hannum's. bds 209 W. Wayne 
Weber Nicholas, cigar maker, bds Chas. F. Ortmau's 
Wechmann Henry, shoemaker, h 252 E Washington 
Weeks J. H. painter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R Paint Shop 
Wcfel Fred, carpenter, h s s High west of St. Mary's Av., Bloomingdale 
Wefel Henry, cigar maker, res John H. Wefel's, Bloomingdale 
Wefel John H. carpenter, h n w c High at d St. Mary's Av., Blooming- 
da e 
Wefel John II., Jr. cigar maker, res John H. Wefel's, Bloomingdale 
Wefel Mary E. widow, h 21 E. Washington 

Wefel Wm. carpenter, h n s High west of St. Mary's Av., Bloomingdale 
Weggenian Henry, shoemaker, h 252 E. Washington 
Wegner G. helper, wks Murray & Baker's 
Wehmer Mrs. (jr D. widow, h u s Wayne b Monroe and Clay 
Wehr Catharine, servant, 32 B. Wayne 
Wehrs Anna, servant, 88 W. Berry 

Wehrs Fred. (J. C. Pfeiffer & Co.) h e s Wells b 5th and 6th, Bloom- 
ingdale 
Wehrs John W. shoemaker, h 133 E. Lewis 
Weibel Placidus, carpenter, h 210 W. Jefferson 
Weier Martin, tanner, wks Braeuchle & Co.'s 
Weigman Fred, laborer, h 200 E. Jefferson 
Weik A. machinist, wks J. H. Bass' 
Weil Jacob, peddler, h s w c Jefferson and Francis 

Weil Nicholas, laborer, res Geo. Jacoby's 

Weis Emanuel, rag dealer, h n s Holman b Monroe and Hanna 

Weis Jacob, carpenter, h w s Hanna b Holman and Montgomery 

Weisbrode Came, servant, 49 Barr 

Weisman Jacob, saloon, n s Main b Calhoun and Harrison 

Weismantel Peter Joseph, stone cutter, h w s Jackson b Washington 
and Jefferson 

Weisuer A. engineer, wks Ranke, Yergens & Co.'s 

Weisner Wm. butcher, h 167 E. Lewis 

Weiss Emma, servant, Chas. McCulloch's 

Wcisser & Eckart, (Emanuel W. & Fred. E.) tanners and leather, w s 
Calhoun b Canal and Columbia 

Weisser Emanuel, (W. & Eckart) h 99 E. Wayne 

Weist Chas. laborer, wks Schnelker, Beugnot & Co.'s 

Waiter Lizzie, servant, John D. Old's 

Welch , engineer, bds Mrs. E. Hunt's 

Welch Bridget, cook, 9 E. Wayne 

W^elch Garret, laborer, h n s Holman b Lafayette and Barr 

Welch Geo. W. engineer, h n s Melita b Kansas and W^ebster 

Welch John, stoker, bds nee Water and Clinton 



200 FORT WAYNE [WESJ DIRECTORY. 



^Velch L. helper, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. U. Blacksmith Shop 

Welch M. helper, wks 1*., Ft. W. & C. 11. 11. Blacksmith Shop 

Welch Mary, servant, Aveline House 

Welch Vatiick, blacksmith, nee Water and Barr 

Welch S. eiifiiueer, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 

Welch Winnie, wiilow, h s s Walnut b Oakley and Fairfield Av 

Welkcr Daniel, tailoi, h n s Douglas b Marion and Cass, Bloominjrdale 

Welker Daniel, Jr. shoemaker, h n s Douglas b Marion and Cass, Bloora- 

ingdale 
Welker Henry, carpenter, h s s Wall west of Broadway 
Wcllcmann II. carpenter, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co.'s 
Weller Barbara, widow, h s e c Wayne and Barr 
Welter G. molder, wks J. II. Ba.ss' 
Weller Geo. laborer, h IGl E. Jefferson 
Weller John, (John W. & Co.) h 139 Harrison 

Weller Juhn ct Co meat store, w s Calhoun b Wayne and Washington 
Wcllman Kred. laborer, wks Ranke, Yergens & Co.'s 
Wellman Henry, carpenter, h e s Marion b High and Bowser, Bloom- 

iugdale 
Wells Alice, res 128 W. Wayne 
Wells Almira, h 2 Madison 
Wells Arnold, dentist, h 128 W. Wayne 
Wells C. M. iced store, 63 Columbia, h 2 xMadison 

Wc'ls G. R. saddler, h w s N. Cass b St. Mary's and 1st, Bloomingdalc 
Wells Harvey, printer. Ft. Wayne Gazette, h 70 W. Main 
Wells John, blacksmith, h s s Madison b Clay and Monroe 

Wells Kuth M. h 2 Madi.^on 

Welsh John, laborer, h s s Bnndriff b Webster and Hoagland Av 

Welton J. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 

Wemhoff Bernard, marble cutter, bds 103 W. Main 

Wendt H. laborer, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Yard 

Wendt Wm. laborer, h 32 W. Lewis 

Wendt Wm. shoemaker, h s w o Webster and Washington 

WENNINGHOFF CHR., Manufacturer and Wholesale and Re- 
tail Dealer in Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes, &c., n w c Jefferson and Cal- 
houn ; h 154 E. Jefferson 

Wenninghoff Rudolph, cigar maker, bds 154 E. Jefferson 

Wcurlch John, carpenter, h s w e WMlt and Jacks JU 

Went Wm. shoemaker, h 75 W. Washington 

Wcntc J. hclpor, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. II. Carpenter Shop 

WENTE W. L., Dealer in Family Groceries and Provisions; also 
Saloon, 90 Barr 

Wentzel B. foreman, bds Mary Treep's 

Wenzel Klii s F. carpenter, h n s Dawson b Webster and Hoagland Av 

Weiizel Mary A. wiilow, res Christian Scherer's 

Wercher P. watchman, P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shops 

Wcrckmeibtcr J(jhn, clerk 90 Columbia, h s w c Cass and Main 

Werkmann I'hilip, laborer, wks J. & K. Baker's 

Werner Julia A. teacher, bds Hamilton House 

Werret Chas. laborer, h 125 E. Lewis 

Wery Henry, bds John H. Wery's 

Wcry John Jd. wood dealer, h n a "Williams b Fairfield Av. and Hoag- 
land Av 
Wesmcr Nicholas, h s s Creighton e of Lafayette 



FORT WAYNE [WHI] DIRECTORY. 201 



Wessel John, engineer, h 231 Lafayette 

Westcott Robt. machinist, wks T., W. & W. R. R. Shops 

Westeo Sophia, servant, 136 W. Wayne 

WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO., Office s s Berry, 

Aveline House Block ; Chas. H. Currier, Manager 
Westin Mena, servant, 114 W. Berry 

Westonfell F. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Lumber Yard 
Westfhal F. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Lumber Yard 
WESTRUMB H. C. F., Attorney at Law, Notary and General 

Collector, Office near Court House ; h s w c E. Wavne and Western 
WESTRUMB H. C. P., Constable, Office near 'Court tlouse ; h 

s w c E. Wayne and Western 
Wette Christopher, carpenter, h n s Charles b Lafayette and Clay 
Wettling John, laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Freight Depot 
Wetz Isaac, detective, h n s Montgomery b Barr and Lafayette 
Weutz Rev. Joseph, h 132 E. Jefferson 
Weyer Emma, seamstress, 153 E. Wayne 

Whan Joseph, millwright and draughtsman, h n s Brackenridge b Web- 
ster and McClellan 
WHEDON D. P., Attorney at Law, Register in Bankruptcy, and 

U. S. Commissioner, Office n w c Calhoun and Main; bds Aveline 

House 
Wheeler John R. painter, h 124 W. Wayne 

Wheeler Leroy, paper hanger, h n s Lewis b Harrison and Webster 
WHEELER NELSON, Manufacturer of Cabinet Furniture, s s 

Main b Fulton and Broadway; h 258 W. Wavne 

WHEELER &, WILSON'S SEWING MACHINES, 

C. L. Hill, Agent, 52 and 54 Calhoun 
WHEELOCK ALPHEUS, Wneelock Bridge Co., n w c Lewis 

and Calhoun ; bds 68 Douglas Av 
WHEELOCK BRIDGE CO., Bridge Contractors and Builders, 

Office n w c Lewis and Calhoun 
Whelan Johanna, widow, h n s Bass b Hoagland Av. and Fairfield Av 
Whelan John, molder, bds Johanna Whelan's 
Whemhotf Bernhard, marble cutter, bds 103 W. Main 
Whibke Lena, servant, W. H. Myer's 

Whinery J. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 
Whinery John, laborer, h n s Melita b Harrison and Webster 
Whinery Joseph, fireman, h e s Lafayette b Virginia and Wallace 
Whinery Robt. fireman, h n s Baker b Calhoun and Harrison 
Whipke Sophia, laundress, Fort Wayne Dining Hall 
Whitaker A. M. plasterer, h 147 W. Berry 
White David P. deputy County Recorder, bds Hamilton House 
WHITE J. B., Great Western Tea Depot, Fort Wayne Fruit House, 

Wholesale Grocer, Provision and Fruit Dealer, 18 W. Berry; h 56 

Barr 
White John I. clerk, bds 84 W. Berry 

Whitehead Arthur, engineer, h w s Calhoun b Grand and Highland 
Whitehead John G. book-keeper 48 E. Main, h 64 W. Main 
Whitehurst J. W. traveling agent, J. G. McBride & Go's, bds American 

House 

Whiteley Mary, widow, h 204 E. Lewis 

Whiteley Thomas, tailor, bds 204 E. Lewis 

Whiteley Thos. R. tailor, h 204 E. Lewis 
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202 FORT WAYNE [WTL] DIRECTORF. 



Whitfield 11. wks N. G. Olds & Son's 

WhitiiiL' Aliiion, clerk, res Ira C. Whiting's 

WliitiiiL' Ira t'. (W. cS: Kalhacher) h 330 Broadway 

WHITING & KALBACHER, (Ira C. W. & Andy K.) Dealers 

in r'ldur, l'\'fd, (lr;iiii, I'ruviisions. &c., s w c Grand and Calhoun 
Whitman Harry A. machinist, h u s W. 4th w of Wells, Bloomingdale 
Whitmy J. W. bar keeper, h 15 Calhoun near Main 
Whitney Washington I. engineer, h 111 Broadway 
Whittaker Catherine, tailoress, bds II. Jacob Young's 
AVhitfles Job, machinist, h e s Hauna b Grant and St. Francis 
Wihe K. laborer, wks T., W. & W. U. R. Yard 
Wichnian Ferdinand, tailor, h s s Water b Ewing and Cass 
^Vickham W. W. printer. Democrat Office, res country 
Wicks John, painter, bds Kolert H. Harrison's 
Widnian August, laborer, res Keinhard Fox's 

Widman Sebastian, boarding house, e s Calhoun b Lewis and Holman 
Widnai: Ilonry, h 6:5 F. Water 

WIDOWS AND ORPHANS BENEFIT LIFE INS. CO., 

50 Calhoun ; John Hough, Agent 

Wiebke Henry, groceries and provisions, 98 Barr 

Wiedelmann Wui. carpenter, h 230 E. Jefferson 

Wiegand Sebastian, (G. Jacoby, G. Myers & Co.) h e s Lafayette b Wal- 
lace and Charles 

Wiehe Deitrich, laborer, h 78 Pritchard 

Wichn Jacob, shoemaker, h s e c Lewis and Harrison 

Wiemann Wm. confectionery, HE. Main 

Wiers Elizabeth, widow, h 135 Madison 

Wiers Heury, laborer, bds 135 Madison 

Wiesser Emanuel, tanner, h 99 E. Wayne 

Wiest Chas. laborer, h n w c Butler and Webster 

Wiest Wm. farmer, h s s Kich Road e of St. Joseph's Road 

Wietfeldt Henry, laborer, h s s Hough b Clay and Monroe 

Wigent Chauncey G. (Stoner, Wiirent & Bro.) bds 110 W. Main 

Wigent John C. (Stoner, W. & Bro.) h 110 W. Main 

Wiggins Andrew J., Mayer House Saloon, sec Wayne and Calhoun, h 
w s Calhoun b Washington and Jeff'erson 

Wighart Joseph, carpenter, wks 0. D. Ilurd's 

Wil'man F. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R Lumber Yard 

WIGMAN H. & CO., (Henry W. & Henry Waltemath) Dealers 
in Family Groceries, Provisions, China, Glass and Queenswure, 19 
E. Main 
Wigman Henry, (H. W. & Co.) h s s Lewis b Clay and Lafayette 
Wigman Wm. blacksmith, h s s Front w of Mechanics, w s River 
Wigman Wm. helper, wks s w c Main and Maiden Lane 
Wilcox Lester, carpenter, h n e c Calhoun and Hamilton 
Wilde Wm. wks N. G. Olds Sz Son's 

Wilder Edwin, Old Fort House, nee Main and Laftiyette 
Wilder J. H. clerk N. G. Olds & Son's, bds Hanna House 
Wilder Warren W. brakeman, bds 148 Harrison 
Wilding James, plasterer, h 252 W. Wayne 
Wiley Sarah J. widow, h 124 Barr 
Wilkening Gottlieb, carpenter, h 40 Lavina 
W ilk ins Christ, butcher, h w s Broadway b Jefferson and Washington 

j Willa Sophia, servant, j. \V. Dawson's 



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11 Thomas H. blacksmith, h s s Butler b Hoagland Av. and Fair- 
field Av 

Hard Gr. bds Maia Street Exchange 

llenbero; Frank, painter, h n s OaK b Division and Walnut 

lliams Byron, photographer, bds 160 E. Wayne 

lliams E. T. clerk 105 Columbia, bds Mayer House 

lliams Edward P. (Meyer Bros. & Co ) h 61 W. Berry 

lliams Henry S. boiler maker, h 86 W. Jefi"erson 

lliams Henry M. (P. Hoagland & Co.) h 102 W. Wayne 

lliams Ira D. photographer, 96 Columbia, h 160 E. Wayne 

lliams J. helper, wks T., W. & W. B. R. Shops 

lliams Jeremiah, drayman, h 37 Monroe 

lliams Jesse L. (Allen Hamilton & Co.) h 96 W. Wayne 

lliams John H. wagon manufacturer, sec Pearl and Fultou 

lliams John A. laborer, h 115 Barr 

lliams Mary, widow, h n s Wayne b Hanna and Francis 

lliams Mary A. servant, 115 Barr 

lliams Samuel, clerk. Main Street Exchange 

lliams W. H. policeman, h s s Poplar b Oakley 'and Fairfield Av 

lliard B. L. P. street commissioner, office in City Hall, h ne c MudisoQ 
and Lafayette 

lliard C. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 

llower Elizabeth, bds J. W. Challenger's 
Ison Chas. boss carder. Summit City Woolen Mills 
WILLSON H. F., Attorney at Law, Office n w c Main and Calhoun ; 

h 93 W. Washington 
W^ILLSON O. J., Chief Clerk Toledo, Wabash & Western Eailway 

Shops, Office on Kailroad Track west of Ewing ; h 81 W. Main 
Wilmington Wm. driver, U. S. Express Co.. bds n e c Barr and Main 
WILMOT JAMES C, House, Sign and Ornamental Painter, and 
Dealer in Paints, Oils, Varnishes, &c., 14 Clinton; h 122 W.Wayne 
Wilson Mrs. A. E. clerk s wo Harrison and Main, bds 34 W. Water 
Wilson Chas. carder, h n s Wayne b Monroe and Clay 
Wilson Emma, dress maker, bds Mrs. M. J. Akin's 
Wilson Emma, seamstress, res 88 E. Lewis 
W ilson Geo. H. (W., Schuckman & Muhler) h 219 W. Berry 
Wilson Henry, printer, bds nee Water and Clinton 
Wilson lames W. brakeman, h n w c Brackeuridge and Webster 
Wilson Judson C. harness maker, bds Wm. C. Wilson's 
Wilson Robt. laborer, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co's 

WILSON, SCHUCKMAN & MUHLEE, (Geo. H. W., 
John G. S. & Chas. F. M.) Manufacturers of Tin, Copper and Sheet 
Iron Ware, Galvanized Iron Cornices, Tin Roofers, Dealers in Stoves, 
Hollow-Ware, House Furnishing Goods, Tinners' Stock, Tools, &c., 
81 Columbia 

Wilson W. C. book-keeper, h n w c Clinton and Washington 

Wilson Wm. B. conductor, bds 140 Harrison 

Wilt John N. h w s Calhoun b Grand and Highland 

Wiltshire Geo. B. bds w s Ewing b Jefferson and Washington 

Wiubaugh John, carpenter, h n s Madison b Lafayette and Clay 

Winch Calvin J. blacksmith, w s Old Piqua Road s of Maumee Road 

Winecop Robt. helper, wks John B. Comstock's 

Wines Elizabeth, widow, h 213 W. Washington 

Wines M. W. attorney, h 213 W. Washington 



204 FORT WAYNE [VVOL] DIRECTORY. 



Wmpatc John, teamster, h ca John b Jones and Ilernclon 

Win-et Win. teamster, Ii e s Calhoun b WaUace and Hamilton 

WinL'ote Kliza, weaver, wks Summit City Woolen Mills 

Wiiikelmeyer Henry, (Henry W. & Co.) b 82 Calhoun 

Winktlmeyer Henry & Co. saloon, 82 Calhoun 

Wiiiklemcior Wm. molder, bds 118 Harrison 

Winkler Jacob, carpenter, bds 234 W. Wayne 

Winrick John, carpenter, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co's 

AVinte John, laborer, h w s Calhoun b Hi,<j;hland and Dawson 

Wipart M. carpenter, wks Cochraur', Humphrey <fe Co'3 

Wirsche I'cter, watchman, h 129 Jacl;son 

Wirtz Ceo. ci^ar maker, bds s w c Wayne and Barr 

Wise Chas. bds 230 W. lierry 

Wise Piatt J. box manufacturer, h 230 W. Berry 

Wise Piatt J. clerk County Clerk's Office, h 230 W. Berry 

Wise Wm. B. millwrijjrht, h north end of Hiumer 

Wiseman Catherine, widow, h e s Calhoun b Washington and Jefferson 

Withers Warren H. (Worden, Morris & W.) res Washington Tp 

Witte Christian, cigar maker, bds 197 E. Washington 

Witte Frank, coffin maker, bds 13-4 E. Berry 

Witte Fred, laborer, bds Wm. Fricke's 

Witte II boiler maker, wks J. H. Bass' 

Witte L. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 

Witte Wm. boiler maker, h s s Lasselle b Hanna and Cass 

Witte Wm. laborer, res Ernst Miller's 

^\'ittemaun Ulrich, laborer, h n e c Lafayette and Charles 

Wittrock Jolin, laborer, h s e e Holnian and Monroe 

Wizs Nicholas, carpenter, bds 19G E. Lewis 

Woebbeking Chas L. file cutter, bds Wm. Woebbeking's 

Woebbeking Conrad, carpenter, h e s Broadway b Lavina and P., Ft. W 

& C. K. 11 
Woebking Christian, li 9G W. Jefferson 

Woelloring H. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 
Wohlfort Ji. W. machinist, bus Colerick b Prince and Fairfield Av 
Wohuker Anna, widow, h 207 E. Washington 
Wohnkcr Fred, drayman, h 207 E. Washington 
Wolf Abraham, meat store, n s Main b Calhoun and Harrison, h 73 W. 

Main 
Wolf Daniel, (W. & Wagner) res Hedekin House 
Wolf Daniel S. clerk, Hedekin House 
Wolf James M. car inspector, h 84 Montgomery 
Wolf Leopold, butcher, bds 73 W. Main 
Wolf Louis, clerk 7 Keystone Block, bds 44 W. Wayne 
\\ olf Richard, helper, bds Thos. Lyneh's 
WOLF & WAGNER, (Daniel W. & Michael W.) Proprietors 

Hedekin House, e s Barr b Columbia and Main 
Wolfa F. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 
Wolfa J. molder, wks J. H. Bass' 

Wolfe J as. M. foreman Car Repairs in Yard P., Ft. W. & C. E. R 
Wolfe Margaret, widow, h 115 Madison 
Wolff Henry, boots and shoes, c s Calhoun adjoining Aveline House, b 

e s Barr upp Market House 
Wolford R. W. machinist, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop 
Uolfurd W. A. machinist, h e s Lafayette b Buchanan and St. Francis 



FORT WAYNE [WYN] DIRECTORY. 205 

Wolke Frank H. (W. & Trentraan) res Louis Wolke's 

Wolke Fred, carpenter, res Louis Wolke's 

Wolke Fred. A. carpenter, h w s Force b Jones and Grant 

Wolke Louis, h w s Calhoun b Wayne and Washington 

Wolke & Trentman, (Frank H. W. & John H. T.) bakery and candy 

manufacturers, 19 W. Wayne 
Wood Isaac A machinist, h 173 H&rrison 
Wood Thos. blacksmith, h s w c Wilt and Union 
Wood Thos. machinist, bds 125 Van Buren 

WOOD W. S., Manufacturer of Looking Glass and Picture Frames, 
and Dealer in Looking Glasses, Pictures, Picture Frames, &c., 132 
Calhoun, near Jeflfersoo ; bds 156 Harrison 
Woodmaacy John F. (Sloan, W. & Co.) rooms 17 E. Maia 

Woods , bds John P. Law's 

Woodward James M. carpenter, h 146 Barr 

WOODWARD M. E., iMerchant Tailor; Wholesale and Ketail 
Dealer in Clothing, Geiits' Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, &c., 46 
Calhoun ; h 144 E. Main 
AVoodworth A. L. blacksmith, bds 24 Doug^.as Av 
Woodworth B. S. physician and surgeon, office, w s Calhoun opp Court 

House, over H. G. Wagner's Drug Store, h 234 W. Berry 
Woodworth C. B. clerk s w c Main and Calhoun, bds 234 W. Berry 
Woodworth J. C. book-keeper F't. Wayne Natiuoal Bank, h 218 W. 

Wayne 
Woolsey Hiram, laborer, bds 123 E. Washington 
Woolsey Isaac B. carpenter, h w s Barr b Wayne and Washington 
Woolsey Luther S. machinist, h w s Barr b Wayne and Washington 
Woolsey W. J. wks N. G. Olds & Sou's 
Wooster W. F. (Foote & W.) res Elyria, Ohio 
Worden Jas. L. (W., jNlorris & Withers) h 99 E. Jefferson 
WORDEN, MORRIS & WITHERS, (James L W., John 
M. & Warren H. W.) Attorneys at Law, Office, 44 Calhoun, over 
Hamilton's Bank 
Worden Wra. H. clerk 132 Columbia, h w s Harrison opp Columbia 
Work Ilobt. farmer, h 328 W. Jelferson 

Wort John M. gas collector, h n s Main b Lafayette and Clay 
Woulfe Patrick, boots and shoes, e s Calhoun b Lewis and Holman 
Woy Geo. fireman, h e s West b Pritehard and Noll 

WRIGHT A. W.. Editor and Proprietor Ft. Wayne Daily and 
Weekly Gazette a'nd Job Printing Office, 54 Calhoun; h 253 W. 
Wayne 
Wright Alfred S. clerk 46 Calhoun, bds Hanna House 
Wright iV.mauda, h alley b Washington and Jefferson aad Calhoun and 

Harrison 
Wright C. foreman Emrick & Pierce's, bds Union House 
Wright Catherine, servant, 179 W. Wayne 
Wright Edward, laborer, bds 112 Montgomery 
Wright Horace, laborer, h e s N. Cass b 1st and 2d, Bloomiairdale 
Wright I. J. fireman, P., Ft. W. & C. H. B. Co 
Wright Luther, carpenter, h s w c Douglas Av. and Webster 
Wright Oliver, fireman, h n e c Clay and Hough 
Wy bourn R. J. carpenter, h c s College s of Wilt 
Wyukoph liobt. laborer, bds Jos. 3IcDermot's 



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Yahn Nichol, tailor, h s s Pritchard b Broadway and Jackson 

Yahiie Joliu, h s s Wall w of Broadway 

Yarart Au-ust, h ^ W. Water 

Yates Juliu, brakenian, b w rt lIoaii^laDd Av. b Coleriek aod Bass 

Yates Wm. firei. au, T, W. & W. B. B. Co 

Yeager Aujiust, carpet weaver, b e s Hood b Pritchard and Noel 

Ycajrer II. W. marble cutter, bds 103 W. Main 

Yeruen-; A. II. paint sbup, 7S Calhoun, bds Mayer llouse 

YERGENS WM., (Baukc, Y. & Co) h 85 W. Waghington 

Yoalz L'iirist. (Bus.se ct Co.) re.s Bloomiugdale 

Yob.*t A. butcher, 151 E. Lewis 

Yoekel Matthia.s, laborer, h o s Henry b Hoagland Av. and Fairfield Av 

Yohu I.saac L. boiler maker, bds 91 E. Lewis 

York Cyrus, brakeuian, h e s Harrison b Highland and Dawson 

Young Anna M. widow, res Francis Iteu's 

Youug Chas. carpenter, h e s Jackson b Noel and Pritchard 

Young H. Jacob, livery stable, s s Pearl b Harrison and Maiden Lane, h 

sec Pearl and Maiden Lane 
Young I. P. conductor, bds Wm. H. Barrett's 
Young John, laborer, h n w c Hood and Noel 
Young Louis, cigar maker, bds 28 Hood 
Young Louis, farmer, h s s Rich Road e of St. Joe Road 
Young Louis, laborer, h n s Douijlas w of Wells, Bloomingdale 
Young N. B. (N. B. Y. & Co.) bds Aveline House 
YOUNG N. B. & CO., (N. B. Y. & Fred. W. Joslin) Dealers in 

Clothing and dents' Furnishing Goods, 9 E, Main 
Young P. molder, wks Murray & Baker's 
Youngblood E. M. conductor, bds Mrs. Mary Grout's 
Youngluod Siniuel, engineer, b s s Hough b Clay and Monroe 
Yutt Chas. labo.or, h 211 Madison 

z 

Zaho Catherine, widow, h n w c Berry and Harmer 
Zahn F. carpenter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. B. R. Carpenter Shop 
Z.ibn W. laborer, wks P., Ft. W. & C. B. R. Lumber Yard 
Zarpaniing Christian, laborer, bds 75 W. JeBcrson 
Zauner Matthias, engineer, h e s Force b Jones and Grant 
Zcgeulust Angeline, servant, 151} E. Wayne 
Zeigler John, laborer, h n s Buchanan b Lafayette and Cass 
Zcigler Peter, laborer, h w s Force b Jones and Grant 
Zekind Jos. cigar maker, bds 33 W. Main 
Zellcr K. farmer, bds F. J. Beck's, Bloomiugdale 
Zeperling C. boiler miker, wks J. H. Buss' 
Zetznian Joiin, fireman, wks Emrick & Pierce's 
Z'<>,i.'ler Adam, wagon maker, h 121 Wilt 

ZIMMER J. G., Upholsterer and Mattress Manufacturer, 14 ^Y . 
Ma\u ; h w s Liii-a Plank Road b High and River, Bloomiugdale 



FORT WAYNE [ZWI] DIRECTORY. 207 



Zimmerly J. W. paiuter, wks P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Paint Shop 
Zimmerman Anton, shoe maker, h n s Wall w of Bluffton Road 
Zimmerman Chas. laborer, bds Stephen Zimmerman's, Bloomingdale 
Zimmerman David, laborer, bds Stephen Zimmerman's, Bloomingdale 
Zimmerman F. E. clerk 7 Keystone Block, h 164 Ewing 
Zimmerman Geo. shoe maker, bds Stephen Zimmerman's, Bloomingdale 
Zimmerman Mrs. J. widow, res Frank E. Zimmerman's 
Zimmerman John, h 207 Lafayette 
Zimmerman John, clerk, H. Gr. Wagner's 

Zimmerman Perry, traveling agent 56 Calhoun, bds Mayer House 
Zimmerman Stephei', shoe maker, h w s Wells n of Douglas, Blooming- 
dale 
Zlmmermaun A. groceries, 57 E. Main 

Zink John, blacksmith, h s s Lasselle b Lafayette and Cass 
Zink John, drayman, h s 3 Locust b Pine and T., W. & W. R. R 
Zinn John, brick maker, bds John B. Comstock's 
ZOLLARS ALLEN, City Attorney, Office, U Calhoun, over 

Hamilton's Bank 
Zollars Allen, (Z. & Zollars) h 1 Brackenridge 
Zollars Emma, res 204 W. Wayne 
Zollars Enoch, railroad contractor, h 204 W. Wavne 
Zollars Fred T. (Zollars & Z.) bds 1 Brackenridge 
ZOLLARS & ZOLLARS, (Allen & Fred. T.) Attorneys at Law 

and Notaries Public, Office, 44 Calhoun, over Hamilton's Bank 
Zollinger L. cooper, h e s Calhoun n of Water 
Zollinger Louis, blacksmith, h e s Calhoun n of Water 
Zorbaugh Emanuel, machinist, h w s-Bi-^adwajc b Wilt-aa-d Jefferson 
Zuber Fred, plasterer, has Wayne b Monroe and Hanna 
Zwick Caroline, servant, Chas. E. Gorham's 
Zwick Grpttfried, laborer, h n s Nirdlinger Av. w of Broadway 
Zwick tfenry, h 90 W. Jefferson 
Zwick Henry F. h 90 W. Jefferson 



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208 CINCINNATI ADVERTISEMENTS. 



GREENWOOD IRON WORKS. 
Bryson's Turret Case Turbine 



FLOUR IVIILL IVIAGHJNERY, 

Steain Engines, 

Architectural Iron Work, Jail Work, &c., 

M. GREENWOOD, 

Corner Canal and "Walnut Sts.3 



HEMINGRAY GLASS CO., 



IMantifactnrei's of 





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COIVSISXIIVO OF 

Fruit Jars, Lamps, Lanterns, Chimneys, Brandies, Hock Wines, 
Demijolins, Serew Cap Fiaslis, Tumblers, and a general variety of Table 
Ware. Also, Philosophical Apparatus, and Kound and Oval Shades for 
Arlillclal FioHcrs and Statuettes. Solar, Sun and Comet Burners on, 
hand In lar;^e quantities. 

i\. n.-Oiir PVTEiVT FIIUIT JARS, mnnuraoCiired exclusively by u§, stnnd unrivalled 
Tur prciterviiie qualilleH, and have the best reputation uT any Jar iu the West- 

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LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO THE COUNTRY TRADE 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



For Residence and Business Location, see Alphabetical List of Names in body of the Work. 



Academy. 

St. Augustine Academy 

Agents, Collecting. 

BARBOUR M. F. 
BAYLESS SOL. D. 
BITTENGER JACOB R. 
BLOOM HUFF S. H. 
BOSSLER H. H. 
GRAHAM & GOTSIIALL 
HANNA S. T. & H. T. 
Walter & Ryan 
ZOLLARS & ZOLLARS 

Agricultural Implements. 

BRANDRIFF & ROBERTS 
Fi\ WAYNE AGRICULTURAL 
WORKS 

Mcculloch & richey 
morgan & beach 

NELSON DeGROFF & CO. 
Prouty F. D. & Co. 
REIDA. D. &C0. 
SMICK S. S. 

SUTERMELSTER ARNOLD 
Trenara Geo. 

Attorneys at Lax. 
BAYLESS SOL. D. 
BITTENGER JACOB R. 
BITTINGER A. H. 
BLOOM HUFF S. H. 
Brackenridge Joseph 
B RACKENRIDG E\RO BT. 
Coleiifk D. H. & W. G. 
Coleriok David 
Coleiick E. F. 
Colerick Henr}' 



Importers of 

Watches and Diamonds, 

Manufacturers of 

Fine Oold Je^v» oli^y and 
iSolicl Sil^'Ci" W«i'e. 

Wholesale and Hetail Dealers. 

Fourth & Walnut Sts., Cincinnati, 0, 

COLERICK JOHN 
CONGER JOHN 
COOMBS & MILLER 
DawsoD John W. 
Du Bois John D. 
EDGERTON JOSEPH K. 
FAY J AS. A. 
Fox David R. 
France Joseph S. 
GRAHAM JAMES E. * 
HARTMAN HOMER C. 
Hayden John W. 
Uillegass J. D. 
HOUGH JOHN 
JENISON WM. T. 
KERR WM. J. 
jA^TLE WM. 
MacManus Frank A. C. 
Newberyer Louis 
NINDE LINDLEY M. 
O'Rmrke Edward 
RANDALL FRANKLIN P. 
Robertson Robt. S. 
Schell James H. 
Sinchiir Samuel E. 
SMART S. F. 
SFENCER MARTIN V. B. 
Svrayne Samuel F. 
Taylor Robt. S. 



210 



ATTORNEYS BOARDING HODSES. 



Iiii|i. Iters iif 

Watches and Diamonds, 

Micuf.ilnrcr- ol" 

I'^iiK' <i«»l<l .T«'>v<"li*y initl 

\\ )i.>lc-nli- niid Hflull DenlerH. 

Fourth 4 Walnut Sts., Cincinnati, 0. 



Win: DON I), p. 

W 11,1, SON II. F. 

woki)i:n,mouris&avithers 

ZUJ.LAUS ct ZOLLAllS 

Auctioneers. 

SehofTcr Joseph & Co. 

S rAPLEFORD L. P. & BRO. 

Bakeries. 

Blase Louis 
G laser Ed. F. 
Ilciffner Christian 
I MM EL IIENKY 
IvL'nipf Wni. 

EANGOHR ANDREW J. 
MEYER GEO. 
KOSS ct PUR-ELL 
Schwietcrs Hcmian 
STELLHORN HENRY 
Valroft Xavier 
Wo'.ke it Trent in an 

Band Saw Mills. 
HOFFMAN J. R. & BROS. 

Banks and Bankers. 
P I R ST N A T 1 N A L B A N K 
FT WAYN E NA ITONAL BANS 
IT. WAYNK SAVINGS BANK 
HAMILTON ALLEN &. CO. 
MKRC HANTS' NATIONAL 
BANlv 

Barber Shops. 

Bowers K. J. 
ILiaii Nicholas 
llchlt John M. 
llL'ttiii<ror Isaac B. 
Kinsey &. Forrest 
La 112 GoO. 
Moyors F. C. 
Michael Herman 
Shi. lei ct Ileldt 
i Stewart Wm. 



Barrel Staves & Heading. 
AVELINE J. B. k CO. 
SCHNELKER, BEUGNOT & CO. 

Basket Makers. 

Hohen.stoin Leonard 
Schauck Loui.s 

Baunscheidist. 
MATSCH DOROTHY 
Belting, Rubber <& Leather. 
MORGAN k BEACH 
OAKLEY B W. & SON 

Billiard Rooms. 

BRONSON A. A. 
Goodman Francis X. 
H ANNUM D. 

Blacksmiths. 
BAKER JOHN 

Becker Fred. 
BROSSART GEO. 
Chovey C. & F. 
EHRMANN CHAS. 
Farnan Michael 
Fitrel Fred. 

FRANCIS & MA HAN 
Harter Jos^eph 
Meiers Henry 
MESING CHAS. W. 
STHAIR HENRY 
Vizard Antliouy 
Welch Patrick 

Boarding Houses. 

A,2?ter Anna M. 

Beegan Eliza 

Binkley Abraham 

Cothriell Moses 

Crabbs Cyrus 

Cumminj^s J. L. 

CUMPSTON CHAS. P. 

Fleming Sarah E. 

Fox Phoebe A. 

Gaum Joseph F. 

Grubb Mary B. 

Hamilton Frederick 

Herbst Fred. 

Hunt Mrs. E. 

Kelker David M 

Law John P. 

Lynch Thos. 

Mc.Mullen Mrs. R. 

MANIER MRS. MARGARET 



BOARDING HOUSES CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS. 



211 



Miller Louis 
RAU CASPER 
ROSS & PURSELL 
Treep Mary 
Widman Sebastian 

Boiler Makers. 
BASS JOHN H. 
BOWSER J. 0. &C0. 
MURRAY & BAKER 

Book Agent. 

KNIGHT JOHN 

Book Binders and Blank 
Book Manufacturers. 

DAVIS & BRO. 
DUMM R. D & CO. 

Taylor T. S. & Co. 

Books and Stationery. 

KEIL & BROS. 
SIEMON, BRO. & CO. 
STOCKBRIDGE N. P. 

Boots and Shoes. 

APP MATHIAS 

Bauer Henry 

Braeuer Conrad 

Broekin<r & Buuck 

Cordrey Thos. P. 

FOEL LINGER JACOB 

Fortred Louis 

Geye Henry 

HEIT ANTHONY 

Helmke Edward 

Hermsdorfer & Spiegel 

HUMPHRb:^ NOAH 

Jacobs W. & Son 

Kaiser Henry 

MANNIX THOS. 

MARKLEY, SCHRADER & CO 

Meyer & Pipenbrink 

Mohr John 

MORELL HENRY 

Nill Geo. 

NOHE JOSEPH 

Noll Martin 

Ryan Patrick 

SANDER, LEESER & CO. 

SCHIEFER C. 

Sfihmidt & Brunner 

SCHULZ PETER 

Sehulz Wm. 

TAGTMEYER FRED. 



Importers of 

Watches and Diamonds, 

JLinufiicturers of 

Fine Gold Jewelry and Solid 
JSilver Ware. 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers. 

4th and kUilnul bts., Uiiititiiiiiti, 0. 



Uebelhoer Philip 
VORDERMARK E. & SONS 
WouHe Patrick 

Bowling Alleys. 

GUMP1»ERC. C. 
STRODEL MICHAEL 

Box Manufacs., Packing. 

CLARK & RHINESMITH 

Brass Founders. 

HATTERSLEY ALFRED 
MURRAY & BAKER 

Breweries. 

Hartman H. 

HORNUNG JOHN GEO. 
LINKER, HAY & CO. 
NIERMANN MARTIN 
RIEDMILLER JOHN M. 
Stotz U. & Co. 

Brick Yard. 

COMSTOCK JOHN B. 

Bridge Builders. 

WHEELOCK BRIDGE CO. 

Broom Manufacturers. 

Bechtold Louis 
Phillabaum J. M. 
Swart Meiuhart 

Candy Manufacturers. 

BEARD TMOS. D. 
FOX GEORGE 
H irtmeyer Frederick 
HUESTIS & HAMILTON 
Wolke & Trentman 

Car Wheels. 
BASS JOHN H. 

Carpenters and Builders. 

ALLEN C. W. 

COCHRAN E.HUMPHREY & CO 

Cunningham John 

FRENCH CHAS. G. 



212 CARPENTERS AND BUILDl^lRS COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 



Watches and Diamonds, 

Fine Gold Jewelry and Solid 
Silver Ware. 

^^ h.ili-Hnle mid Itrtnll HenliTS. 

(til .-itKl Ualtiiit Sts., ( iiKinnati, 0. 



K liiLC AJartiu 

KOKd'KL CHRISTIAN 
Moiz Peter 
Myors (jeo. 

I'OTTEK JOSKPII L. 
Uokers IkMuard J, 
Shoafcr VVui. G. 
WEBB A. M. 

Carpets, Oil Cloths, &c. 
McDOUGAL ,]0U^ 

Carriage Manufacturers. 
FRY .t BENDER 
Ri.l.lle & Bro. 

STANj.EY, BIEBER& CO. 
STEVENS THOMAS 

Carriage & Wagon Makers' 

Material. 
COOMBSc'^CO. 

Chair Manufacturers. 
GRIEBEL & FEE 
REESE CIIAS. & CO. 

Chair Stufi Manufacs. 
HOFFMAN J. R. & BROS. 

Cheese Dealer. 

Neuensch wander Isaac N. 

Children's Carriages. 

Sella ru-k Ennis 
STOCKBRIUGE N. P. 

China, Glass and Queens- 
ware. 
TRENTMAN B. & SON 
TRESSEETct BOTH 
WARD H. N. 
WKiMAN ll.&CO. 

Cigar Boxes. 
KNOTHEct MEl'LER 

Cigars and Tobacco. 
DEfilTZ CHAS, SR. 
Deiningcr U. 



DESSAIJER L. ct CO. 
ECKERT& lUUIRHEAD 
Ehle August 
EWING, HOOD & CO. 
(irote H. A. 
KABISCH JULIUS 
]>AMEEY & ROSENTHAL 
LIN DM AN & RUBIN 
MEREDITH VAN 
MeiL'el K. 
REiNKE WM. F. 
REITER GEO. 
WENNINGHOFF CHR. 

Circular Saw Mills, 
BASS JOHN H. 
BOWSER J. C. & CO. 
MURRAY & BAKER 

Civil Engineers and Sur- 
veyors. 

BRACKEN RIDGE CIIAS. S. 
CRANE CALVIN D. 
WILLIAMS JESSE L. 

Clothing. 

Boslick E. & Son 
FLEDDERMAN JOHN G. 
FREEMAN JOSEPH 
Hartuug & Scliioeder 
JacobsoD Vigdor 
LAUFERTY & BRO. 
NIRDLINGER FRED. 
Rothscliild it; Bro. 
THIEME J.G. k BRO. 
VOGELC. G. (fc SON 
WOODWARD M. E. 
YOUNG ^. B. & CO. 

Cloths, Cassimeres, &c. 

FRENCH, HANNA & CO. 

Coal Dealers. 

BASS & SMITH 
LILLIE JAMES 

Colleges. 

Concordia College 

FT. WAYNE COLLEGE 

Commission Merchants. 

HASKELL WASH. 

Hill tt Orbisou 
Ladd it Esmond 
Scliefrer Joseph Si Co. 
STAPLEFORD L. P. & BRO. 



CONFECTIONERS DRY GOODS. 



213 



Confectioners. 
BEARD THOS. D. 
Brandenburg Wm. H. 
Bryant Wm. 

ECKERT & MUIRHEAD 
FOX GEORGE 
Hasty John 

LINDMAN & RUBIN 
MEREDITH VAN 
Sievers Fred. 
SMITH LORIN 
VViemann Wm. 

Contractors. 
ALLEN C. W. 

COCHRANE,HUMPHREY<fe CO 
FRENCH CHAS. G. 
KANNE F. 

KOEGEL CHRISTIAN 
KRUDOP, MOLLERING & BRO. 
McKEE HUGH & CO. 
Merz Peter 
Nelson Wra. R. 
POTTER JOSEPH L. 
Rekers Bernard J. 
Sheafer Wm. G. 

SUTERMEISTER & BECKER 
UNDERHILL P. S. 
WEBB A. M. 

Coopers. 

Betzler Geo. 
DeWald Nicholas 
HofFmeister Henry 
Kley Fred. 
Mette^ Fred. 

Cooperage Stuff. 

AVELINE J. B. & CO. 
SCHNELKER, BEUGNOT & CO. 

Coppersmith. 
neuroth'anton 

Dental Goods. 

BIDDLE & BRANDRIFF 
Dentists. 

BROWN SENECA B. 
KNAPP I. 
LOAG GEO. W. 
SNIDER EVAN 
Wells Arnold 

Drain Tile. 

GROUSE CHAS. F. 

Lillie Samuel 



Inijiorters of 

Watches and Diamonds, 

Maniifncturcrs of 

Fine Gold Jewelry and Solid 
Silver Ware. 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers. 

4th and Walnut Sts., tinciunati, 0. 



Drawing Teacher. 
SCHOENBEIN ALBERT F. 
Dress Makers. 

Allen Clara 
BATES MISS J. A. 
Bouse Therese 
Bright M. H. 
Cronk Emeline 
Davis Ellen 
Frank & Studer Misses 
Gable Hannah 
Gerry & Carroll 
Householder Ellen 
Houseworth Kate 
Keagle Kate 
Ludlow Hattie, 
Moore Mollie 
Pratt Nina 
Smith Mrs. L. H. 

Dress Trimmings. 
BATES MISS J. A. 

Druggists. 
BIDDLE & BRANDRIFF 
Bond W. J. 
Dreier H. & Bro. 
FOOTE & WOOSTER 
KEEL A. C. 
MARSHALL E. T. 
MEYER BROS. & CO. 
Nill Geo. C. &Co. 
SELLb] AUG. L. 
SWERINGEN H. V. 
VOLLMER DANIEL 
WAGNER H. G. 

Dry Goods. 

EVANS A. S. & CO. 

Foster Brothers 

FRANK & THANHOUSER 

Kiser Peter 

ORFFC.&CO. 

PIF.RR J. &P. 

Rohs, Erne & Reinking 



21 1 



DRY GOODS GERMAN PUBLICATIONS. 



IDXJH3VIE; c*5 0<3., 

Itiij ortcT- III' 

\A^alchesand Diamonds, 

II iiicfiifturciM <if 1 

Fine Gol<l Je^TOIry nnd Solid 
Silver Marc. 

\^'l1olrHnlo niiJ Kctail Penleri*. 

Hli ami Walnut Sts., ( liK-iiiiiati, 0. 



Kout cV Conip-iny 
-CIIWEGMAN II. R. 
STArLKFORD L. V. Si BRO. 

Dye Houses. 

Jerman A. S. 
I.cwi.s B. A. 

Express Companies. 

Vtlams Express Co. 
I'nited States Express Co. 

Fancy Goods, &c. 

Vveline Mrs. F. S. 
li LACK JOSEPH 
KA^'E JAMES M. & BRO. 
UPDEGRAFF & CO. 

Feed Stores. 

HASKELL WASH. 

Xcstel Philip 

HEAD MOSES 

Wells CM. 

WIIITIiNG & KALBACHER 

Fertilizers. 

JURRIE GEO. E., See Card, 
page 132 

File Cutters. 
flAflRIES & GROTHEN 
•'clmiidt C. 

Fish Depot. 

Triplett Geo. 

Fishing Tackle, 
.lAQUET CHRISTIAN 

Florist, 
VUGER CHAS. 

Flour Mills. 

iicaver J). S. 

'ODY & SON, 
Hill John E., Jr. & Co. 
'lOACLAND P. A^CO. 

)KFF JOHN 
I'foiflor J. C. c«t Co. 



Flour Dealers. 

Ladd & Esmond 
READ MOSES 
WHITING & KALBACHER 

Fruit Dealers. 
FOELLINGER J. M. 
Ft. Wayne Fruit House 
NELSON HeGROFF & CO. 
WHITE J. B. 

Fur Dealers. 
BASH S. & CO. 
HARPER JAMES & CO. 
Oppeuliciiner & Becker 
ORFF C. & CO. 

Furnaces, (Hot Air). 
CAR'IERWM. 

Furniture. 

Em rick & Pierce 
Gould Geo. 
GRIEBEL & FEE 
KLAEHN JOHN J. 
MILLER JOHN M. 
OBER HELM ANN WM. 
Tower B. H. 
WHEELER NELSON 

Gas Company. 
FT. WAYNE GAS LIGHT CO. 

Gas and Steam Fitter. 
HATTERSLEY ALFRED 

Gas Works Builders. 
MURRAY & BAKER 

Gents' Furnishing Goods. 

Bo.'^tick E. & Son 
FLEDDERMAN JOHN G. 
FREEMAN JOSEPH 
Hartuni:; & Schroe(ier 
HEINGAERTNER MARTIN 
Jacobson Vigdor 
LAUFERTY & BRO. 
MODERWELL & FOWLER 
NIRDLINGER FRED. 
Rothschild & Bro. 
THIEME J. G. ct BRO. 
VOGEL C. G. & SON 
WOODWARD M. E. 
YOUNG N. B. & CO. 

German Publications. 

SIEMON, BRO. ct CO. 



GLUE MANUFACTURER — HARDWARE. 



215 



Glue Manufacturer. 
SMITH J. W. 

Grain Dealer. 
TAYLOR R. W. 

Grocers, (Wholesale). 
IIUESTIS & HAMILTON 
TRENTMAN B. & SON 
WHITt: J. B. 

(Retail.) 

Alter Nicholas 
ANDERSOlV e. g. 

Andres John 

AURENTZ & HEM MEL 

Bastues Michael 

BERNINii CONRAD 

Blyler Daniel 

BOLTZ F. F. & BRO. 

Bonnet Conrad 

Bornemann Chas. 

Brames Louis 

Breen James 

Brudi Gottlieb 

Challenger J. W. 

Daem 0. A. 

Deininger U. 

DIDIER J. C. 

Dierstein Christian 

Draker Anthony 

ELY GEO. W. 

ExMBRY J. S. 

FINK CHARLES 

FOELLINGER J. M. 

Fuchs Geo. 

Geisa Jacob 

GERARDIN ANTON 

Gerke H. F. 

Gers Philip 

Gilliland & Medsker 

Greensfelder Gustav 

HEDEKIN THOS. B. 

KANNING WM. 

Kenipf Win. 

Kiser Peter 

Kline Jacob 

Koester John G. 

Kratzsch HormaQ 

Lauer Paul 

Merge 1 R. 

MEYER GEO. 

Nestel Philip 

NIEMANN & DAMMEIER 



DUHMiE: & CO., 

Importers of 

Watches and Diamonds, 

Mauul'ncturers of 

Fine Gold Jewelry and Solid 
Silver Ware. 

Wholesale anil Retail Dealers. 

4lh and Walnut Sts., tiniiniiati, 0. 



NOHE JOSEPH 
Nuttman & Dodez 
jO'Brian Wm. 
Paul Wm. 
Phillips B. 
Raab John 
Raab & Noll 
Rekers Gerhard 
SCHELE & LAUER 
Schone Henry 
Schoppruan Wm. 
Schuck Henry 
SCHWEGMAN H. R. 
Seabold John 
Seibold David 
Shaffer Geo. 
Siebold Christian 
Spiegel Ernst 

STONER, WIGENT & BRO. 
Strunz Christian 
THIEME ANDREW 
Trentraan B. H. 
WENTE W. L. 
WHITE J. B. 
Wiebke Henry 
WIGMAN H. & CO. 
Zimniermann A. 

Guns, Pistols, &c. 

RAQUET CHRISTIAN 

Hair Work and Jewelry. 

Baldwin Hannah A. 
CRANE CARRIE R. 
Denio Madame C. 
GILCHRIST MRS. M. H. 

Handle Manufacturers. 
THOMPSON & STAPLEFORD 

Hardware and Cutlery. 

BRANDRIFF & ROBERTS 
COOMBS & CO. 
HARRIES & GROTHEN 
McCULLOCH & RICHEY 



216 



HARDWARE IRON, NAILS, &C. 



DIJHME & CO., 

Watches and Diamonds, 

Mai ufiicturei's ol 

Flue €iol4l Je«velry and Solid 
Silver M.ai'e. 

\^'holcNnle niid ltf(ail Dralers. 

4t1i and tValniit Sis., ( iiiciniiiili, U. 



WOKCAN ct BEACH 
OAlvJ.EY B. W. ct !SON 
Ku.ssell \V. 11. 

Hardware, (Saddlery and 
Carriage). 

OAKLEY B. W. & SON 

Shoaff Samuel H. 

Hats and Caps. 

HABPER JAMES & CO. 
Nac'litrieb Joshua F. 
KIKDLINGEU FHED. 
SCHIKMEYERC. L. 
SCIlWElJMAN II. 11. 
Shcpanskwe Wm. 
WOODWARD M. E. 

Hides, Pelts, Furs, &c. 

BASH S. & CO. 

Falk Leopold 
Freibnrger Simon 
Oppeuheinier & Becker 
Weisser & Eckart 

Hoop Skirts and Corsets. 

BLACK JOSEl^H 

Horse Collars. 

EHRMANN FJiED. 
MILLER &BOEliGEIl 
Racine A, 
Racine F. L. 
Schwegcl Jacob 

Horse Shoers. 
BROSSART GEO. 
Chovcy C. & F. 
EHRMANN CHAS. 
Foperty E. D. 
FRANCIS Si MATTAN 
MESING CHAS. W. 
ST HA IK HP:nRY 

House Furnishing Goods. 
MrDOUGAL JOHN 



Hotels. 

AMERICAN HOUSE 
AVELINE HOUSE 
HARMON HOUSE 
HEDEKIN HOUSE 
MAIN STREET EXCHANGE 
MAY'ER HOUSE 
Old Fort Houf^e 
PHILLIPS HOUSE 
Union House 

Ice Dealers. 

CODY &LAVAN WAY 

Cody Morris 
McLane Patrick 
Morau Peter 

Seidel & Co. 

Insurance Agents. 

BOSSLER H. H. 
BRADLEY W. C. 
BUCK W. S. 
CARIER A. H. 
DURGIN & JOHNSTON 
GRAHAM & GOTSHALL 
HANNA S. T. k H. T. 
HARTMAN HOMER C. 
HOUGH JOHN 
IRWIN & SKINNER 
JOHNSTON WM., JR. 
Lombard Joseph 
LUMBARD & CRANE 
RANDALL FRANKLIN P. 
RUSSELL GEO. F. 

Insurance. 
LIFE ASSOCIATION OF 
AMERICA 

Iron Cornices. 

W^ILSON, S C H U C K M A N & 
MUHLER 

Iron Founders. 

BASS JOHN H. 
BOWSER J. C. & CO. 
MURRAY & BAKER 

Iron Dealers, (Fig). 

BASS & SMITH 

Iron, Nails, &c. 

BRANDRIFF & ROBERTS 
COOMBS (fe CO. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE MIDWIFE. 



217 



Justices of the Peace. 
BITTING ER A. H. 
FRKEMAN SAMUEL C. 
GRAHA^I JAMES E. 
SAUND-RS BENJ. 
Stewart Win. 

Ladies' and CMldren's Fur- 
nisi mg Goods. 

(See FurlJi^hin<r Goods, Ladies' & 
Children.) 

Lamps, Burning Fluid, &c. 
EMBRY JAMESS. 
TREN I MAN B. & SON 
TRESS ELT & BOIH 
WARD H. N. 

Laad Agents. 
CARIER A. 11. 
EDGERTON ALFRED P. 
HOUGH JOHN 
RANDALL FRANKLIN P. 

Leather, Findings, &c. 

Braeuclile & Co. 

MILLER & BOERGER 

Rued J oh a 

SANDKR, LEESER & CO. 

SCHIEFER C. 

VOR DERM ARK E & SONS 

Weibser & Eckart 

Lightning Rods. 
McNAMARA J. W. 

Lime, Plaster and Cement. 

KANNE F. 

KRUDOP, MOLLERING & CO. 

LILLIE JAMES 

Paul Win. 

Linseed Oil MiU. 

Humphreys & Case 

Livery Stables. 

BARR JAMES S 
GLYNN MATTHIAS 
READ A J. & SON 

Van Alstine & Co. 
Young H. Jacob 

Loan Aicenc. 
HOUGH JOHN 

Locksmith. 

ReiliHg August 

15 



DUHMK&CO., 

Importers of 

Watches and Diamonds, 

M'nnfactiir' rs of 

Fine Gold Jei^elry and Solid 
J»ilv<'r Ware. 

\\ holesale and Retail Dealers. 

4th aid u.iiiiiit ist^.. ( iiKiiiiiari, 0. 



Locking Glasses. 
MIL]>ER JOHN M. 
TRESSELT & BOTH 
WARD H. N. 
WOOD W. S. 

Lumber Dealers. 

PEA V BR A. C. 

CLARK & rhinp:smith 

(OoHRANE, HUMPH HEY & CO 
HOFFMAN J. R & BROS. 
JACOBY G., G. .UYERS& CO. 
Leliuiau Chas. 

Machinists. 

BASS JOHN H. 
BOWSER J C. &C0. 
MURRAY & BAKER 
RASTETTER LOUIS 

Reiliuj; August 

Mantels, Grates, &c. 

SUTERMEISTER & BECKER 
UNDER HILL P. S. 

Marble Works. 

St'limenner Hei ry 
SUTKRMEISTER & BECKER 
UNuE >HlLL P. S. 

Mattress Manulacturers. 

Gould Geo 
SM TH .1. W. 
ZIMMER J. G. 

Meat Stores. 

Burhann Kdward 
I)(ielker Jacob 
Eckart F. & Co. 
KEi.SEY J T. 
Sc'iiicfersteiu Philip 
Welier John & Co. 
Wolf Abraham 

Midwife. 
MATSCH DOROTtlY 



218 



MILITARY CLAIM AGENT NURSERY. 



DUHMTi: & CO., 

Irnl'.illiTs i.f 

Watches and Diamonds, 

M iiiiliulurt'i!* iif 

rinc lioUl Jewelry and Solid 
Mlver Marc. 

%« Ixilt -nie ami Krlall Dealer*. 

1th and Wahiul bts., tiiuiiinatl, 0. 



Military Claim Agent, 

KEllll WM. J. 

Mill Machinery. 

BASS JOHN II. 
MUIUIAY k BAKER 

Millwrights, 

MUKRAY & BAKER 

Millinery. 

Akin Mrs. N. J. 
Avelinc Mrs. F. S. 
BATES MISS J. A. 
BLACK JOSEPH 
Delzell Mrs. J. S. 
Gerry & Carroll 
GILCHRIST MKS. M. H. 
ORFF C. & CO. 
PIERRJ.&P. 
Raleigh Miss N ncy 
Sexton Flora 
Shillinj,' M. & Co. 
Sliordon Miss C. 
Smith Mrs. [i. H. 
UPDEGRAKF& CO. 
VOGEL MRS. 0. G. 

Mineral Water. 

LAURENT J. & SON 

Model Makers. 

BRAMBLE JAMES, JR. 
KESTEL P. 

Music, Sheet. 
BAKER KILIAN & BRO. 

Music Teachers. 

Edler Frank 
Kimbnll S. W. 
Joost Albert 
Orff Henry 
Strubey Chas. 
Virgil Alraon. K. 



Musical Instruments. 

BAKER KILIAN & BRO. 

HILL (;. L. 

KKSIEL P. 

STOCK BRIDGE. N. P. 

Newspapers, 

FT. WAYNE DEMOCRAT 

FT. WAYNE GAZETTE 

Ft. Wayae Journal 

Ft. Wayne Press 

INDIANA STAATS ZEITUNG 

Notaries Public. 

Bloonihuff Frank M. 
BLOOM HUFF S. H. 
BOSSLER H. H. 
CARIER A. H. 
Colerick Henry 
CRANE CALVIN D. 
Fisher David C. 
Fox David R. 

GOTSHALL MARTIN V. B, 
HANNA S. T. & H.T. 
HARTMAN HOMER C, 
HOUGH JOHN 
JENISON WM. T. 
Jones Geo. W. 
KERR VVM. J. 
MacManus Frank A. C. 

Newberger 

Purman Andrew J. 
Robertson Robt. S. 
Sinclair Samuel E. 
SMART S. F. 
Swayue Samuel F. 
Tons Henry 
WESTRUMB H. C. F. 
WITHERS WARREN H. 
ZOLLARS & ZOLLARS 

Notions. 

BATES MISS J. A. 
EVANS A S. & CO. 
KANE JAMES M. & BRO. 
Koch Maggie 
Kvatzsch Herman 
OHFF C. &C0. 
PIERR J. &P. 
Rohs, Erne & Reinkiog 
UPDEGRAFF & CO. 

Nursery. 
NELSON DeGROFF & CO. 



OCULISTS AND AURISTS— PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 



219 



Oculists and Aurists. 

AYRES S. C. 

STEVENS G. L. 

Oil, Harness. 

JOHNS A. S. 

Omnibus and Hack Line. 

FLETCHER & POWERS 

Opticians. 

Rambo B. W, 
Redelslieimer H. 

Oysters, Fish and Game. 

Brvant S. 

FOELLINGER J. M. 
FOX GEOR .E 
HASKELL WASH. 

Painters. 

Anderson Felix H. 
GRAHAM WM H. 
KLEINER JOHN 
KOVER O. J. 
Miller Louis 
Misner & Murphy 
OTT FRANZ 
SEYBOLD&CO. 
STARK EY 0. L. 
WILMOT JAMES C. 
Yergens A. H. 

Paints, Oils, &c. 
RIDDLE & BRANDRIFF 
Bond W. J. 
BRANDRIFF & ROBERTS 

Dreier H. & Bro. 
FOOTE & WOOSTER 
GODOWN J. &C0. 
KOVER O.J. 
ME YE II BROS. & CO. 
Nill Geo. C. & Co. 
!>ELLE AUG. L. . 
STARK EY 0. L. 
VOLLMER DANIEL 
WAGNER H. G. 
WILMOT JAMES C. 

Paper Boxes. 

DAVIS & BRO. 

Paper Hangers. 
KLEINER JOHN 
KOVEliO. J. 
STARK EY 0. L. 
WILMOT JAMES C. 



23XJ^3SMCE! cfc OO., 

Importers of 

Watches and Diamonds, 

Manufacturers of 

Fine Grolcl Je^velry sinKl 
Solid Silvei" Wai*e. 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers. 

Fourth &. Walnut Sts., Cincinnati, 0. 



Paper Hangings. 
KEIL & BROTHERS 
SIEMOM, BRO. &C0. 
STARKEY O. L. 
STOCKBRIDGE N. P. 
WARD 11. N. 

Paper Mills. 

Freeman, B^rd &, Baraett 

Pattern Maker. 

Poulson Brittoa 

Peddlers' Exchange, 

Dillingham A. J. 

Periodical Depots. 

MEREDITH VAN 
Rambo B. W. 
SxMITH LORIN 

Photographers. 
SAUNDERS J. B. 
SHOAFF J. A. 
Somraer Carl 
Wallin Cha«. E. 
Williams Ira D. 

Physicians and Surgeons. 

Ayres H. P. 
AYRES S. C. 
Bowon Geo. W, 
BROOKS WM. H. 
BRUEBACH GEO. T. 
ERWIX A.J. 
Feriruson Donald 
FITZSIMMONS J. F. 
Frietzsche Johu U. 
GARD B. 

GOEIUZ ADOLPH 
(tREGG J. S. 
Grojian Wm. 
JOS-E JOHN M. 
Leonard P. M. 
Lewis Edwaid 
Long Ella A. 

Mcculloch t. p. 



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PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS — RESTAURANTS. 



IDTJHIMES eta GO.^ 

li,i|"irnr- of 

Watches and Diamonds, 

.M:inlif .t.l. T- of 

Fine Gold Jew«>lry and Solid 
Mltei- %*'are. 

\A liulf!>nle and Kelail Dealers. 

4(li jiiiii n.iliiiil M>., tiiuiiiii ill. 0. 



>Ia\er Clias. F. 

AlcteelfS. C. 

MYEKS WM. H. 

Furdy Theodoic 

liuscuthal Isaac M. 

tjcluuitz Chas. 

Smith C. S. 

SP a.DIN(i L. H. 

feTEVHNS G. L. 

Til ACKER WM.. II. & BRO. 

Uuiier Geo. 

ViKGlL THOS. S. 

W'uydwoith li a. 

Piano Tuner. 

Walther Fred. Win. 

Pianos, Organs, &c. 
ANDERSON T. P. 
BAKER KILIAN & BRO. 
HILL C. L. 

Pictures, Picture Frames, 

^c. 
WOOD w. s. 

Planing & Flooring Mills. 

HEAVER A. C 
CLARK & RIIINESMITH 
l'UCHKA.nE, IIU WPHKEY& CO 
JACOBY G., G. MYERS & CO. 

Pleasure Garden. 
FIG EL WM. 

Plow Manufacturers. 
MESING CHAS. W. 
UEID A. D. ct CO. 

Plumber. 

HATTERSLEY ALFRED 
Pork Packer. 

Kaab .Jolin 

Portrait Painter. 

"►JIlp .T IT. 



Potash Factory. 

Struver Wm & Co. 

Potterias. 

Lammly John 
Lillie Samuel 

Printers. 
DAVIS & BI^O. 
L»UMM K.D.& CO. 
Joues D W. & Son 
SARMGllAUSEN JOHN G. 
Taylor T. S. & Co. 
VNRlGtlT A W. 

Printiag Press Manufac. 

iiASTETlER LOUIS 

Produce Dealers. 

HASKELL WASH. 
TAYLOR R. W. 

Pump Makers. 
KYLE A. P. & CO. 

Rai.road Company. 

GRAND RAPIDS & INDIANA 
R. U. CO. 

Railroad Contractors. 

McKay & AJyers 

Real Estate Agents. 

Archer John H. 

barbour m. f. 
bayless sol. d. 
bloom huff s. h. 
bossler h. h. 

GRAHAM & bOISHALL 
HANNA S T. ^ 11. T. 
HARTMAN HOMER C. 
HOUGH JOHN 

\V alter <Si Ryao 
ZOLLARS 6i ZOLLARS 

Reapers and Mowers. 
FT. WAYNE AGRICULTURAL 
WORKS 

Renovators and Repairers. 

Hortou Wm. 
Alott B. H. 

Restaurants, 

BRONSON A. A. 
FIG EL WM. 
GERARDIN H. 

iUMPI'EK C. C. 



EESTAURANTS SALOONS. 221 


HASKELL & DODGE 


j3TJia:i^:E5 c*3 oo.. 


Herbst Fred. 


Iin| orters of 


Holzwarth Eberhart 


Watches and Diamonds, 


Ijeiohiier Julia 


M lMllf:l(•tu^el•^s o{ 


Leutz & Kessler 

M KIN ME Hi NRY 


Fine Gold Jewelry and Solid 
Silver «»are. 


EOSS & PUR.-ELL 


Wholesale and Retail Dealers. 


ST. NICHOLAS 

Schmickie Fred. 
Soniiiier.s John 


4ib aiKi Uamui ^>t^ , tiiiciihiiiti, 0. 


GUM PRE H C. C. 


STELJ.HOKN HENRY 


HAIBER ' RIEDERICH 


STIIODEL MICHAEL 


H ANNUM D. 


WiemauQ Wiu. 


HASKELL & DODGE 


Rink. 

FT. WAYNE KINK ASSOCIA- 


Hemcrle Xavier 
Jordan C. 
Kaau' Jacob 


TION 


KANNINGWM. 


Saddles and Harness. 
JOHNS A. S. 
Keireiter C. B. 
^EIREITER CONRAD 

Schwartz & Co. 
Shoatf Samuel H. 
Traub Louis 


Keliy Michael M. 
Kleinschuiidt VVm. 
Koeble ,) ohn G. 
Laujiard J oseph 
Libelt A. 
Leichner John 
Ijeutz & Kes!-ler 


LIMj.>IAN & RUBIN 


Saddlery and Carriage 
Hardward. 


Lordier AuLiuste 

^.ANIEii MRS. MARGARET 


(See Hardware, Saddlery & Carriage) 


Manuel J. P. 


Saloons. 


31atz Adam 
MEYER GEO. 


Albert Nicholas J. 


Neuenschwanuer Isaac M. 


Alter Nicholas 


Newcuuier Christian 


A UER CONRAD 


NIEMANN & DAMMEIER 


Bastues 3Hchael 


Otteuiocii Peter 


BEHNING CONRAD 


i'aitan Terreuce 


Biery S. 


Rajip G. G. 


Brames Louis 


Rauuer Joseph 


Brenner David 


.-jT. MCHOi.AS 


BRONSON A. A. 


SCHELE & LAUER 


Clauss John U. 


Schmickie i red. 


Draker Anthony 


Schroeder Louis 


Dierstein Christian 


Seaboid Geo. H. 


Dierstein & Riedmiller 


Seauold John 


Einnie Henry 


Sommers Jamei 


FIGEL WM. 


ftommer.s John 


Fredrick-ion Jacob 


SIRASSER JOSEPH 


Frazer Thomas 


oTKODELGEO. 


Fatter Martin 


STRODEL MATHIAS 


Gardner Aiidrcw 


Struever VVm. 


GERARDIN ANTON 


Strunz Christian 


GERARDIN H. 


THIEME ANDREW 


Gerke H. F. 


Waldmann t^enj. 


Gluttinfi Jacob 


VV'eisiuan Jacob 


Goodman F'rancis X. 


WEN IE W. L. 



0.)9 



SA LOONS SU aCEON. 



DUHMK S: CO., 

Watches and Diamonds, 

Fine Gold Jevrelry and Solid 
Mlver Mare. 

\%'lial«r»>le mvi Reiail Oralers. 

4.h and V^.i.iiui Si>.. tiiK.iiiiati. 0. 



Wi.gins Andrew J. 
Winkelmeyer HeDrv Jc Co. 
ZimiLermauD A. 

Sash, Doors and Blinds. 

COCUKANE. U L MPHEET J^ CO. 

Froutfieid i Todd 

HURD 1). 

JACUBY G.. G. MYERS k CO. 

SALLOr J. F. A: SuN 

Sausage Makers. 

Eckart F. & Co. 
Offenloch Peter 
i Schufcrstein Philip 

Saws, &C. 
Earlier P. F. 

Saw Repairer. 
Colson E. 

Saw Mills. 
BAKER J i K. 
BU^^6E i CO. 

Seed Stores. 

NELSON De'jROFF k CO. 
bMICK S. S. 

Sewer and Drain Pipe. 
SUTERMEISTER i BECKER 
UNDEKUlLL P. S. 

Sewing Machines. 
ANDER.-ON T P. 
BLOME BliOTHEPtS 
HI EEC. L.. Age. t 
KKSTEL P., A-ent 
LU.mBARD L., Acrent 
UNDERUILL P. .S. i CO., A-ts 

Shingle and Lath Manufs. 

Trier i Tajrmc-ver 

Sbirt Manuacfurers. 
M0DER\VELL<5: FOWLER 



Show Cases. 
WIEGEL L. ct CO., See Card, 
paire 6 

Silver and Plated Ware. 

.^laver Geo. J. E. i Frank Voirol 
MAYER & GRAFFE 

Sioan. Woodmancy cV: Co. 

Slate Roofer and Roofing 

Slate. 
LAIDLAW WALTER 

Spokes, Hubs, &c. 

BAKER JOHN 
Braekenridire i Tavlor 
OLDS N. G. k SON 

Stair Builder. 

POTTER JOSEPH L. 

Staves and Heading. 

EANKE. YERGENS .i: CO. 

Steam Engines. 

BASS JOHN H. 
BOWSER J. C. k CO. 
MURRAY d: BAKER 
RASTEITER LOUIS 

Stencil Cutters. 

BRAMBLE JAMES. JR. 

Sloan, Woodin..ncy &. Co. 

Stone Dealers. 

KANNE F. 

KELLER & CO. 

KRUDOP. MOLLERTNG&BRO. 

.-UTERMKISTER i BECKER 

UNDER HILL P. S. 

Stoves and Hollow- Ware. 

BRANDRIFF i ROBERTS 
DeWALD HENRY 
GRAFFE G. W. i CO. 
JOCQUEL J. J. 
McCULLOCH & RICHEY 
WEBER ERWE N 
WILSON. S C H U C K M A N & 
AlUHLER 

burgeon. 
ERWIN A. J. 

Surveyors. 

(See Civil EngiDcers & .Surveyors"). 



TAILORS — UPHOLSTERERS. 



223 



Tailors. (Merchant). 

Bostifk E. & Son 
CLARK JOSEPH M. 
FLt:DDERMAN JOHN G. 
FOSTER ANDREW 
FREKMAN JOSEPH 
HEING AERTNER MARTIN 
Hartuujj- & Schroeder 
HortiiQ Win. 
LAUKERTY& BRO. 
Mayer Louis 
sea vj IDT J. w. 

Shoaff Wade C. 
8TEMMLER PHILIP 
Strobaud Johu J . 
THIEME J. G & BRO. 
VOGEL C. G. & SON 
WOODWARD }l. E. 

Tanners. 

Braeuchle & Co. 
Fry Jacob 
Maiiok & Koester 
Weisscr & Eckart 

Taxidermist. 

Smith G. A. 

Tea Dealer. 
w^niTE J. B. 

Telegraph Co. 

WESTERN UNION 

Threshing Machines. 

FT. WAYNE AGRICULTURAL 
WORKS 

Tin, Copper & Sheet Iron 
Ware. 

Bainbridsje Win. 

brandriff & roberts 
carter wm. 
DeWald henry 

Grafife G. W. & Co. 
Hohenstfiia Leonard 
JOCQUEL J. J. 
McCULLOCH & RICHEY 
NEUROTH ANTON 
WEBER ERWEIN 
WILSON, SCHUCKMAN & 
MUHLER 

Town Clock Builder. 
RASTETTER LOUIS 



DUHME&CO., 

Importer,-; cf 

Watches and Diamonds, 

Manufacturers ut 

Fine Gold Jewelry and Solid 
Mlver >Vai"e. 

AVboleisale and Retail Dealers. 

4tta ana ttainui bts.. tintiiiiiuli, 0. 



Tin Rooters. 
CARTER WM. 
WEBER ERWEIN 
Wi LSON, S C Jl U C K M A N & 
MUHLER 

Tinners' Stock. 

McCULLOCH c-t RICHEY 
WILSON. SCEUCKMAK & 
MUHLER 

Tcys. 
KANE JAMES M. & BRO. 

Tobacco & Cigars, (Whole- 
sale). 
EWING, HOOD & CO. 

Tobacco Factory. 
[SMITH WM. B. & CO. 

Transportation Company. 

Empire Fast Freight Line 

Tree Dealer. 

Stirling John T. 

Trunks, Valises, &c. 

LINGENFELSER H. & BRO. 
NEIREIIER CONRAD 

Umbrella Maker. 

CoiirtLcy Laurence F. 

Undertakers. 

FINK CHARLES 
PELTIER & CARLL 

U. S. Commissioner. 
WHEDON D. P. 

U. S. Pension Agent. 

Iddings Hiram 

Upholsterers. 

Biekol Henry H. 
Frey W. A. 
Gould Geo. 
KLAEHN JOHY J. 
MILLER JOHN M. 
ZIMMER J. G. 



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VETERINARY SURGEON WOOLEN M LLS. 



Watches and Diamonds, 

Maiiiif It ,icr> of 

\\ li(il«-Hale and Kelail Dealers. 
Fourtn & Walnut bis., Cinv^mnati, 0. 

Veterinary Surgeon. 
BaRNUM (i. P. 

Wagon Makers, 
BAKEK JOHN 
Beimer (ieo. 
liroum J. N 
Cliovoy C. & F. 
Dieiistein Anton 
MKSING CHaS. W. 
S IE VKNS THOMAS 
Williams Juhu H. 

"Watches and Jewelry. 

Mayer ijleo. J. E & Frauk Vuirol 

MAYEll<t GRAFFE 

Ram DO B. W. 

Sauser Louis 

Treukley & Scherzlnp;er 

White Lead Manufs, 

GODOWN J. & CO. 

Window Glass. 
R^DDT.E & BRANDRIFF 
MEYER BKOS. & CO. 



Window Blinds & Shades. 

K.NOTliE c*t NiETEER 
HOWES ct BOOK WALTER 
McDOUGaL JOHN 

Wines and Liquors. 

Breon Jatiios 
Deiuiii^er U. 
DIDIEK J. C. 
FOELLINGEU J. M. 
Graff i\Jarx &, Sou 
J.aURENT J. & SON 
Phillips H 

KELELSHEIMEK S. & SON 
TRENTAjAA B. & SON 

Wine, (Rhme"). 

Ferckel Maitiu 

Wood Turners. 
COCHRANE, HUMPHREY & CO 
SALLOT J. F. & SON 

Wood Yard, 

Pape Wni. & Co. 

Wool Dealers. 

BASH S. & CO. 
Fa Ik Leopold 
Freiburacr Simon 
FRENCH, HANNA & CO. 
Oppeiilieinier & Becker 
W eit)hcr it Eckart 

Woolen Mills, 
FRENCH, HANNA & CO. 









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ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY BY 

STA^TES A^l^^D TERRITORIES. 



Alaliama. 



County. 



Abbeville 


Henry 


Aberfoil 


Maeon 


Abernethy 


Calhoun 


Abeda 


Marion 


Adam's Store 


Coos.i 


Addison 


Tuscaloosa 


Affoiiee 


Bibb 


Air Mount 


Clark 


Albcrtville 


Marshall 


Alexandria 


Calhoun 


Allen's Factory 


Marion 


Allenton 


Wilcox 


Allsborough 


Franklin 


Almond 


Randolph 


Alpine 


Talladega 


Andalusia 


Covington 


Anderson's Creek 


Lauderdale 


Annawailca 


Pe Eall; 


Antioch 


Pickena 


Anvil 


Sumter 


Apple Grove 


Morgan 


Arbacoochee 


Randolph 


Arbor Vitoe 


Pike 


Argus 


Montgomery 
Walker 


Arkadelphia 


Armadillo 


Butler 


As bury 


Favette 


Ashville 


St, Clair 


Athens 


Limestone 


Auburn 


Macou 


Aurora 


Mashall 


Autaugaville 


Autauga 


Avoca 


Lawrence 


Bailey Spring 


Lauderdale 


Barnes' i-^ Roads 


Dale 


Barryton 


Choctaw 


Barton 


Franklin 


Bartonville 


Walker 


Bashams' Oap 


Morgan 


Bashi 


Clark 


Batlsville 


Barbour 


Bayou Labatre 


Mobile 


Bay Spring 


Hargrove 


Beaver Creek 


Dale 


Beaver Dale 


Fayette 


Beavertou 


Marion 


Beaver Valley 


St. Clair 


Beebe Springs 




Bellefonte 


Jackson 


Belleville 


Conecuh 


Belleview 


Dallas 


Bell's LandinK 


ilonroe 


Belmont 


Snmter 


Bennettsville 


St. Clair 


Benson 


Bib! 


Benton 


Lowndes 


B»rkley 


Madison 


Bethel 


Wilcox 


Bethlehem 


Chambers 


Beulah 




Bexar 


MarioE 


Bibb 


Pike 


Big Creek 


Dale 


Big Coon 


Jackson 


Big Pond 


Fayette 


Big Spring 


Marshall 


Bigaluw 


Marion 


Black Creek 


Choctaw 


Black Water 


Walker 


Bladen Springs 


Choctaw 


Blairsville 


St. Clair 


BUkely 


Baldwin 



Post Office. 

Blake's Ferry 

Blocker's 

Blount Springs 

Blountsville 

Blowing Spring 

Blue Lick 

Blue Mountain 

Blue Pond 

Blue Spring 

Bluft Port 

Bluff Spring 

Boligee 

Bowdon 

Bradford 

Braggs 

Branchville 

Breckinridge 

Brewersville 

Hrickville 

Bridgeport 

Bri.lgeton 

Hridgeville 

Broken Arrow 

Brooklyn 

Brooks'ville 

Broomtown 

Brownsville 

Bruceville 

Brundidge 

Brush Creek 

Buchanan 

Buckhorn 

Buena Vista 

Buford 

Bulger's Mills 

Bullock 

Burleson 

Burnsville 

Burnt Corn 

Bushville 

Butler 

Butler Springs 

Buj'cksville 

Buzbeeville 

Cahaha 

Ca inland 

Calhoun 

Cambridge 

Camden 

Campbell's Home 

Campbell's Store 

Camp Hill 

Camp Spring 

Carlowsville 

Oiirrolltou 

Carthage 

Catoma 

Cave Spring 

Cedar Blr.ft' 

Cedar (Jrove 

Cedar Plains 

Cedar Springs 

C 'ntral Institute 

Center 

Center Hill 

Center Star 

Centerville 

Clialk Bluff 

Chambers C. H. 

Chanahatchee 

Chandler's Spring 

Chepultepec 

Cherokee 

Chestnut Creek 

Chestnut Hill 

Chester 



CoHnty. 

Randolph 

Tuscaloosa 

Blount 

Limestone 

Franklin 

Calhoun 

Cherokee 

Morgan 

Sumter 

Talladega 

Greene 

Talladega 

Coosa 

Lo\^ndes 

St. Clair 

Conecuii 

Sumter 

Lawrence 

J aokson 

Slielby 

PicUens 

St. Clair 

Conecuh 

Blount 

Cherokee 

Talladega 

Pike 

Perry 

Randolph 

Pike 

Monroe 

Barliour 

Coosa 

Collee 

Franklin 

Dallas 

Monroe 

Barbour 

Ohoetaw 

Butler 

Coosa 

Cottee 

Dallas 

CUhoun 

Lowndes 

Dallas 

Wilcox 

Shelby 

Blount 

Tallapoosa 

Lawrence 

Dallas 

Pickens 

Tuscaloosa 

Montgomerv 

Fayette 

Cherokee 

Jefferson 

Morgan 

Cherokee 

Coosa 

Cherokee 

Limestone 

Lauderdale 

Bibb 

STarion 

Chambers 

Tallapoosa 

Talladega 

Blount 

Franklin 

Autauga 

Perry 

Jefferson 



Post Office. 

Chickasaw 

Cliildersburg 

China Grove 

Chiunibee 

Choctaw Corner 

Choctawhatchee 

Chulafinnee 

Chunenuggee 

Citronelle 

Claiborne 

Clauselville 

Clay 

Clay Hill 

Claysville 

Clayton 

Clear Creek Falls 

Clifton 

(Clinton 

Cliutonvillo 

Clio 

Clopton 

Cochran'.-; Mills 

CoHeeville 

CokerviUe 

Colbert 

Coleta 

CoUinsville 

Coloma 

Columbia 

Columbiana 

tVimfort 

Commerce 

Conehardee 

Conci.rd 

Coneehn River 

Coosa Valley 

Copi.ersaw 

Cordova 

C.irn Grove 

iru House 

Col vikee 

Cotton Valley 

Cottonville 

C.nuity Line 

Court H:ll 

Courtland 

Cove Creek 

Coxville 

Crawford 

Creek Si;and 

Cross Keys 

Cross Plains 

Cropwell 

Ojbehatchee 

C ireton's Bridge 

Curry 

Cushmg 

Cass eta 

Dadeville 

D.ileville 

Dannelley'3 Mills 

Danville 

Davidville 

Da vis Creek 

Davis \/\ Roads 

Daviston 

Diwson 

Davton 

D.-Iid Fall 

Dead Level 

Deer Park 

Decatur 

Delta 

Democrat 

Demopolis 

De Soto 



County. 

Franklin 

Talladega 

Pike 

Talladega 

Clark 

Barbom 

Randolph 

Macon 

Mobile 

M onro e 

De Kalb 

Marengo 

Marshall 

B'.rbour 

Winston 

Wilcox 

Greene 

Coflee 

Maren^ro 

Dale 

Pickens 

Clark 

Monroe 

Russell 

Talladega 

De Kalb 

Clierokee 

Henry 

Shelby 

Pickens 

Conecuh 

Talladega 

Lawrence 

St, Clair 

Choctaw 

Fayette 

Calhoun 

Randolph 

Barbour 

Macon 

Marshall 

Randolph 

Talladega 

Lawrence 

Calhoun 

De Kalb 

Russell 

Macon 

Calhoun 

St. Clair 

Macon 

Henry 

Talladega 

Tuscaloosa 

Chambers 

Tallapoosa 

Dule 

Bald^yin^ 

Morgan 

Butler 

Fayette 

Cherokee 

Tallapoosa 

Butler 

Marengo 

Butler 

Clark 

Washington 

Morgan 

Randolph 

Walker 

Marengo j 

Tallapoosa 



Post Office. 

De Sotoville 

Detroit 

Dick's Creek 

Dickson 

Didask's 

Dixon's Mills 

Dodsonville 

Dotham 

Dover 

l^ry Creek 

Dublin 

Duck Spring 

Dudleyville 

Eagle Hill 

l''asta Boga 

Eastville 

East Georgia 

Kcho 

Egypt 

Klba 

Elliottsville 

I'jtdridge 

Kim Bluff 

Elyton 

Rmuckfaw 

En on 

Equality 

Escatawpa 

Estill's Fork 

Eufaula 

Eu taw 

Evergreen 

Fairfield 

Fairplay 

Fairview 

Farland 

Farmersville 

Farriorville 

Fatama 

Fayette C. K. 

Fayetteville 

Fernvale 

Fife 

Fish Pond 

Five Mile 

Five Points 

Flag Pond 

Flat Rock 

Flint River 

Florence 

Forkland 

Fort Browder 

Fort Deposit 

Fort Hampton 

Forts 

Fox Creek 

Fosters 

Frank ''ort 

Franklin 

Fredon'a 

Friendship 

Galsden 

Gaincstown 

Gainesville 

Gaudy's Cove 

Gap 

Garland 

Gaston 

Gaylesville 

Geneva 

Georgiana 

Gilbertsborough 

Girard 

Glenville 

Gnatsville 

Gold Ridge 



County. 

Choctaw 

Mario* 

Macoa 

Franklin 

Butler 

Mareng* 

JacksoB 

Dale 

Russell 

Lawrenco 

Fayette 

De KaU 

Tallapoos* 

Talladega 

Randolph 

Butler 

Dale 

Henry 

Coffe* 

ShelBy 

Walker 

Dallas 

JeffersoR 

Tallapoosa 

Macon 

Coosa 

Washington 

Jackson 

Black 

Green* 

Conecuh 

Pickens 

CalhouR 

Walker 

Dale 

Lowndes 

Pike 

Wilcox 

Fayetto 

Talladega 

Tuscaloosa 

Talladega 

Tallapoosa 

Perry 

Coosa 

Henry 

Talladega 

Morgan 

Lauderdala 

Greene 

Barbour 

Lowndes 

Li'mestone 

Dallas 

Randolph 

Tuscaloosa 

Franklin 

Henry 

Chambers 

Bath 

Cheroke* 

Clark 

Sumter 

Morgaa 

Walker 

Butler 

Sumter 

Cheroke* 

Coffee 

Butler 

Limestone 

Russell 

Barbour 

Cherokee 

Kandalph 



rOST OFFICES ALABAMA. 



Putt Ofict. 

OuldvilU 
Oolin« 
Uoudwatcr 
Uurdo 

Orsiiil'.\y 
<iriivellr Spriog 
(irvou lUv 
«rtf«n Hid 
(ir««n»i<urt 
Urrvutlwro' 
nropurilloC. n. 
Ururv Hill 
Ouirrjtown 
UuiitomvilU 
liackni-yvillo 

iiaU'Va 

Hall's Mills 

lUIUville 

Ilikinl'urg 

llAinpdvn 

lUnlj-aMill 

Il»ii<ly 

tlaniu'i;aa 

Haniirrr 

llanlawar 

Iliiri>tr»v'illo 

llariA'uud 

Hatchuctmbbce 

Uatoher's 

Havannn 

Haw Kidge 

Have's Store 

IlaVni'ViUfl 

HttVw.iod 

Hoad Spring 

Helicon 

Henderson 

Henrjsville 

Hernando 

Hester's 

Hickory Flat 

Hickory Grove 

High K'liin 

High Falls 

Highland 

Hill 

Hillabee 

Hill ian's Store 

Hillinrdsville 

Hillatioroiigh 

Uine's Pncinct 

Hinton's Grove 

Hoke's RliiH 

Hollow S [uare 

Hully Grove 

Hopewell 

Uopkinsville 

Hunorvillc 

Hum L:.kc 

Unrse Shoe Bend 

Houston 

Howell's X Roads 

Huntington 

Uuntsville 

Hurricane Creek 

Hur ville 

Indepenilence 

Indian Creek 

Ingram 

Intercourse 

Ironville 

Island Home 

I<nev 

Ivy Rluff 

Jack>on 

Jackson's Camp 

Jacksonville 

Jamestown 

Jasper 

Jay Ilird 

JolTcrson 

Jena 

Jericho 

Jones' ItlufT 

Joncsborough 

Kansas 

Kelly's Crock 

K'llVo Spring 

Kern p'.» Creek 

K.'noull's 

Kenname 

Kimiilga 

Kings 

KinK'slIill 

Kint'stun 

Kinb.ck 

Kirk's Grove 

KirkvilU, 

Kn..xv,lle 

Kowaiiga 



County. 



Post Off!(e. 



County. 



Post Office. 



County. 



Post Office. 



Tallarno'" Lacey's Spring 
Dale Ladiga 
Coosa LaG range 
Pickens Lamar 
Clirrokcc Lamington 
Calhoun Landersville 
Lauderdale Lanirstun 
Colleu La Place 
Lauderdale Larkin's Fork 
St. Clair Larkiusville 
Greene Lawrenceville 
HutUrl Lebanon 
Clark I Leesburg 
Alaeon Lcightua 
Mitrshall Leon 
T.vllapoosa Letohatchee 
>'udison Lewis Station 
ilarion Lexington 

Liberty Hill 
Lilly's Store 
LimevlUe 
Lincoln 
Linden 
Line Creek 
Little Oak 
Little Kiver 
LittlesviUe 
Little Warrior 
LiviniTstoii 
Loaeiiapuka 
Loan'-'o 
Long Creek 
Long island 
Lost Creek 



Morgan j Mount Niles 

Calhoun | Mount Olive 

Franklin Mount Pinson 

Randolph i .Mount Pleasant 

Kussell I Mount Polk 
Lawrence Mount Koszell 
Jackson Mount Sterling 
Macon Mount Vernon 



Pike 

Perry 

Miirengo 

Walker 

Fayette 

Cherokee 

Coosu 

Macon 

Shelby 

Autaug;! 

Russell 

Talladiga 

Greene 

Dale 

Mudisoli 

Lowndes 

Randolph 

Ue Kulf 

Lowndes 

P.k. 

Marshall 

Slacoi. 

Fayettt 

Chambers 

Montgomery 

Dale 

Shelb^ 

Fayette 

Talladega 

Marshall 

Henrv 

Shell v 

Russeil 

Pickens 

Cherok.-.T 

Greene 

Wall; 01 

Gr.eni 

Perry 

Butler 

De S.ito 

Tallapoosa 

Winston 

Cherokei 

Autauga 

Madison 

Choctaw 



Louina 

Louisville 

Lower Peach Tree 

Lowndesborough 

Lucky Hit 

Lyonville 

.AltCammtc 

Ml Cjnnell'3 

McKinley 

McMath'3 

Macon 

Madi.-.on X Roaa 

Madison Station 

Manaek 

Manningham 

Mantu'a 

Mapk-sville 

Marble Valley 

Mardisvillc 

M^'.rietta 

.Marion 

M.TS 

Maoonville 

Mavsville 

Mechaniesville 

Mellon Valley 

Meltousvillc 

Memphis 



Jackson 

Henrv 

DeK.ill 

Cherokee 

Lawrence 

Covington 

Lowndes 

Conecuh 

Laudiroale 

Dallas 

AVilcox 

Shelby 

Talladega 

Alarengo 

Montgomery 

Pike 

Cherokee 

Winston 

Blount 

Sumter 

Macon 

Covin:; ton 

Builer 

Jackson 

Randolph 

Barbour 
Wilcox 

Lowndes 
Limestone 

Jackson 

DuKalb 
Tuscaloosa 

Marengo 
T.iscaloosa 

Jlareugo 

Madison 

Lowndes 

Butler 

Picken.- 

Bibb 

Coos:' 



Jlount Willing 

Mud Creek 

MuUerry 

Mullins 

Murjdiree's Valley 

XanaTalia 

Narrow Valley 

Nathausville 

Nauvoo 

Nebo 

N elson 

New liern 

New Bethel 

Newburg 

New Harmony 

New Hope 

New Lexington 

New Market 



St. Clair Pintlala 

Coosa Plantersville 

Jefterson Pleasant Gap 

Jlouroe Pleasant (!iove 

Calhoun PK-asiint Hill 

Limestone Pleasant Ridgo 

Clioetaw Pleasant Site 

Mobile Pleasant Valley 
Low neks Plum 
Fayette Pond Town 
Autauga Poplar Spring 
Shelby Porter 
Blount I Portervillo 
Marengo I Portland 
Calhoun ! Post Oak Flat 
Conecuh I Prairie Blurt 
Franklin ' Prairie Ridge 
Jei1ei>.iir Prattville 
Shulb} , Priueeburg 
Greene ^ Princeton 
Calhoun I Providence 
Franklin ; Pushmataliu 
Chambers I Puscuss 
M.adison | Rabbittown 



County . 

Montgomery 
Perry 

Cberol 

Pickens 

Dallas 

Greene 

Franklin 

Washington 

Tuscaloosa 

Dale 

Randolph 

Marshall 

DeKalb 

Dallas 

Jefterson 

Wilcox 

Choctaw 

Autauga 

Jacksou 



; port 



New Potosi 
New Providence 
New River 
New Site 
Newton C. H. 
Newtonville 
New Tupia 
Newton Academy 
New Waketteld 
Nicliolson's Store 
Nixbur? 
North Bend 
North Port 
Norih River 
Nolasulga 
Oak Bowery 
Oakfusky 
Oak Grove 
Oakland 
Oak Level 
Oakley 
Oakmulga 
Oakville 
Oaktuppa 
Oaky Streak 



Talladega Oceola 
Lawrence Odenville 



Merev Bay 
Meridia 



anville 
Mexico 
Middle Ridge 
Midway 

Military Springs 
Autauga Mill Grove 

Pike Millport 
Randolph Millry 
Siimlei MilUown 
MillviUe 
Tallapoosa Miluer 
Choctaw Mill) 
Morirnn .Milton 
Clark Mobile 
Tallapoosa Monroeville 
C.ilhoun Monterey 
Conecuh MonteviiUo 

Walker Montgomery 
Marshall Monticcllo 
Mar'ngo Moore's Bridge 
Tuscnloosa Moorcsville 

Perry Morgan's Springs 
Sumter Morrisville 
Jetlerson Morvin 
Walker Moscow 
St. Clair Moselev's Grove 
Tiilladeea | Moulton 
eek Calhoun i .Mountain Homo 

X Roads Chambers 1 Mountain 

Marshall I Mo.ntain Spring 
Talladega 1 Mount Al 



p. rrv 

Bib'b 

Lauderdale 

Madison 

Russell 

Randolph 

JIarshall 

Pickens 

Henry 

Madison 

Jefterson 

Talladega 

Barbour 

Fayette 

Henry 

Fayette 

Washington 

Cliambers 

Butler 

Randolph 

Pike 

Autauga 

Mrtbi'u. 

Monroe 

Butler 

Shelby 

Montgomery 

Pik'e 

Tuscaloosa 

Limestone 

Perry 

Calhoun 



Og 

Old Texas 

Old Town 

Oleander 

Olinda 

Olney 

Oluste Creek 

Opelika 

Open Pond 

Oregon 

Oregonia 

Orion 

Orison 

Orlando 

Orrville 

Osanippa 

Otho 

Owen's X Roi.d 

Owischee 

Oxlord 

Ozark 

Paint Rock 

Palestine 

Palmetto 

Palo 

P..nola 

Park's Store 

Payucsville 

P.ak'.s Hill 

Pel ham 

I'erdu 



Harbour 

Cherokee 

Autauga 

Lav<rence 

Cherokee 

Jiutler 

(Jreenc 

Tallapoosa 



Mount Andrew 
Mount Hebron 
Mount High 
Mount llilliard 
Mount Hope 
Mount Lla 
Mount JeMerson 
Mount Meigs 



Perote 
Clark Pcrryville 
Marion! Persons 
Dallas :Pcttusville 
Lawrence P.clLen.-ville 
„ •• PurceviUe 

Talladega Pi^.on Creek 
I-nuikliu, I'ikeville 

Blount Pilgrims' Resi 
Barbour Pinckuevville 

Greene' Pi,u. Apple 
Marshall Pine Flut 

Bike Pine Grove 
Lawrence Pine Hill 

Pike : Pine Level 
Chambers Pinetueky 
Montgomery , Pineville 



Calhoun 

Tuscaloosa Radfordsville Perry 

Madison Raiuersville Butle 

Conecuh Raleigh Pickens 

Macon Ramer Montgomery 

Pike Ranch Autauga 

Fayette Randolph Bibb 

Tallapoosa Rawlin(;sviUe De Kalb 

Dale Read Level Covington 

Fayette Reeltov\-n Tallapoosa 

, Barbour Reavesville Calhoun 

Mouroe Red Creek Choctaw 

Washington Red Hill Marshall 

Choctaw Reese's Mills DeKalb 

Coosa Reform Pieki 

DcK.alb Rehoboth Wilt. 

Tuscaloosa Reubenville De Kalb 

Richmond Dallas 

Macon Ridge Grove Mn 

Chambers Ringgold Cherokee 

Randolph Rio Grande 

Montgomery River Ridge 

Lauderdale Roanoke 

Calhoun Rock Creek 

Montgomery Rockford 

Perry Rock Mills 

Lawrence Rockville 

Choctaw Rocky 

Butler Rocky Head 
Cherokee Rocky Spring 
Talliidefa Rogefsville 
Biount Romulus 
Mouroe Rose Hill 
Cofl'ee Rosserville 
Marshall Round Hill 
Fayette Round Pond 
Pickens Rural Hill 

Pike Rustic Bower 
Russell Russellville 
Henry Saint Pau 1 
Jefterson Saint Stephen's 
Tuscaloosa Salem 

Pike Sal Soda 
Conecuh Sand Fort 
Oiange Sand Jlountain 
Dallas Sand Point 
Chambers Sand Rock 
Henry Sandy Ridge 
Madison Santa 

Sapp's ><) Roads 
Calhoun Sardis 

Dale Seottsbcrough 
Jackson Seottsville 
Calhoun Seal's Precinct 
Pickens Scale's Station 
Marion Sebastopol 
Lowndes Selma 
Jackson Sepul.ta 
Sumter Shady Grove 
Calhoun Shnrpesville 
Choctaw Shefiield 

Co Bee Shelby Springs 

Pike Shiloh 
Perry Shoal Creek 
Macon Shoal Ford 
Limestone Shortervillo 
Pickens Silver Run 
DeKalb I Sipsey Turnpike 
Butler Six liile 
Marion Skipperville 
Fayette Slate Hill 
Tallapoosa Snowilown 
Wilcox Snow Hill 
Talladega Soecopatoy 
Pike Society H-11 
AVilcox ' Somerville 
Montgomery i Souchabatchee 
Perry South Butler 
Marengo I South Florence 



POST OFFICES— ARKANSAS, 




Post Office, 



Sparta 

Spi-iugfield 

Spring Garden 

Spring iliU 

Spriugville 

Spruce Pine 

Starkville 

Starliiigtca 

Steep Creek 

Sterling 

Sterritt 

Steyenson 

Stockton 

StoH-'s Ferrv 

Strai-ht Cre'ek 

Strata 

Sugcsville 

Salpiiar Springs 

Siimtnerdeld 

Sarnmer Hill 

Sumniitt 

Sumterville 

Suspension 

Sweet Water 

Sydney 

Sylaeaaj^a 

Sydenham 

Sylvan Grove 

Talladega 

Tallassee 

Taylor' d 

Tehopoka 

Ten Islands 

Texasville 

Thacker's Creek 

Thorn Hill 

Toll Gate 

Toluea 

Tompkinsville 

Town Creek 

Traveller's Kest 

Trenton 

Triaaa 

Tr;on 

Trout Creek 

Troy 

Tr 4 

Tiirke^'town 

Tuscaloosa 

Tiiscumbia 

Taskegee 

Uchee 

Union 

Vuion Springs 

Union to ivn 

Uphaupee 

Valhermose Sprii 

Valley Head 

Van Buren 

Vienna 

Village Spring 

Vilula 

Vinesville 

Violy 

W^aceoochee 

Waco 

Waldrop's Jiills 

V-'.il nut Grove 

VV.ilrmt HiU 

\V,i rreutun 

Warrior Stand 

Water Cure 

Warsaw 

W.,:,,rIoo 

Waverly 



Conecuh 



Cherok 

Marengo 

St. Clair 

Franklin 

Pike 

Butler 

Lowndes 

Cherokee 

Shelby 

Jackson 

Baldwin 

Tallapoosa 

Jackson 

Sloatgomerv 

Clark 

Calhoun 

Dallas 

Dale 

Blount 

Sumter 

Marion 

Marengo 

Marshall 

Talladega 

Sumter 

Dale 

Talladega 

Tallapoosa 

Jefferson 

Tallapoosa 

Calhoun 

Barbour 

Blount 

Walker 

Marion 

Butler 

Sumter 

Lawrence 

Coosa 

Jackson 

Madison 

Tuscaloosa 

St. Clair 

Pike 

Jefferson 

Cherokee 

Tuscaloosa 

Franklin 

Macon 

Russell 

Greene 

JI icon 

Perry 

Macon 

5S Morgan 

De Kalb 



Worth 

Velio «• Creek 

Yongesborough 

Vork 

Vorkville 

Youugsville 

Zachary 



De Kalb 

Favette 
Rissoll 
Walker 
Pickens 
Tallapoosa 
Marshall 



Post OJfic 



Count!/. 



ilowee 



WL-ewijeaville 
Wejhadkee 
Wehoga 
I W_-!lliorn C. H. 
J^'— ley Chapel 
i'zul"ka 
:ol.ul: 



ille 



PIcKens 

Blount 

Russell 

Jetferson 

Blount 

Russell 

Franklin 

Jefferson 

Blount 

Tallapoosa 

^Marshall 

Macon 

Cherokee 

Sumter 

Lauderdale 

Chambers 

Randolph 

Talladega 

Randol ph 

Calhoun 

Coffee 

Pickens 

Coosii 

a Ranclolph 

dandville Lauderdale 

Covington 



\v 
\v 
w 

V'.'i L impka 
iiA'liistler 
i White Plains 
I Whitesburg 

IVIiite Water 
I Wilcox Springs 
j Wild wood 

Williams' fxj Roads 

W.lliams' Mill 

W:Nonville 

W;ils Valley 

Wind Creek 

WiiitiTborough 
I Wolf Creek 
'Woodstock 
iWoodviUa 



Dale 

Cuosa 

Mobile 

Calhoun 

Madison 

Pike 

Wilcox 

Randol ph 

ChoctaH' 

Covington 

Shelby 

Cherokee 

Tallapoosa 

Talladega 

St. Clair 

Tuscaloosa 

•TacksoQ 



Aberdeen 


Jfonroe 


Ada 


Wasliiugton 


Adamsville 


Bradley 
Seviei 


Adrian 


Akin's Store 


Saline 


Alder Brook 


Independence 


Albany 
AllensViUo 


Hempstead 
Sevier 


Alpine 


Clark 


Am i ty 




.\ntioch 
Anioine 


Hot Springs 
Pike 


Apple Orchard 


Benton 


Arkadelphia 


Clark 


Arkansas Post 


Arkansas 


Armstrong Academy Choctaw 


Ash Flat 


Lawrence 


Askew 


Philips 


Atlanta 


Union 


Auburn 


Arkansas 


Augusta 


Jackson 


Austi n 


Pra.rie 


Back Bone 


S-li.istian 


Baptist Mission 


Gnrrokce 


Barfield 


Mississippi 


Barkada 


DvX- 


Barney's 


PliiMps 


Bartholomew 


Chicot 


Bates v ille 


Indepeudencc 


Bayou Metoe 


Pilaski 


Beech Bin 9 


Dallas 


Bee Branch 


Van Buren 


Beech Creek 


Clark 


Beech Grove 


Pliilips 


Belfast 


S.d.ne 


BellviUe . 


Seveier 


Belmont 


Crawford 


Benbvook's Mills 


liard 


Bennett's Bayou 


Fulton 


Bennetfs River 




Benton 


Saline 


Bentonville 


Benton 


Berlin 


Ashley 


BerryviUa 


Carroll 


Bethel 


Pulaski 


Big Bend 


Polk 


Big Foot 


Seaicy 


B.g Fork 


Montgomery 


Big Pond 


Marion 


Big Spring 


Izard 


Birn\im Wood 


Lafayette 


l!llUn-slev 


Washington 


Black Jack 


Scoti 
Independenc" 


Black Oak 


Black Ferry 


Randolph 


Bland's 


Saline 


Bledsoe's Shop 


Bradley 


Bledsoe's Laiuliug Crittenden 


Bloomer 


Sebastian 


Bloomington 


Benton 


lilac Mountain 


liard 


Blufiton 


Yell 


Boggy D^pot 


Choctaw 


Roonsboro' 


Washington 


Boone's Grove 


•• 


Booneville 


Scott 


Borland 


NevvtoD 


Boston 


Wash ini ton 


BrauchviUe 


Drew 


Brawiey 


Scott 


Braiil 


Saline 


Breckinridge 


Sebastian 


Bright Star 


Lafayette 


Brocton 


Pike 


Brooks 


Jefferson 


Rrownstown 


Sevier 


Brownsville 


Prairie 


Brunncr 


Sebastian 


Buchanan 


Wa,',hita 


Buck Horn 


Ineependonce 


Bucna Vista 


Washita 


Buffalo 




Buffalo City 


Marion 


Burney Academy Chickasaw 


Burrowsville 


Searcy 


Butler 


Desha 



Byrd'g Spring 

Cachemasso 

Cadron 

Caddo Grove 

Calhoun 

Oalvert 

Oamanehe 

Canulvu 

Campabello 

Campbell 

Cane Creek 

Caney 

Cannon 

Canton 

Carouse 

CarroUton 

Casa 

Cass 

Casscoe 

Cat Island 

Cave Creek 

Cedar Cr^-ek 

Cjuter Hill 

Centre Point 

Centerville 

Chalk Bluff 

Chambersville 

ChampagnoUe 

Charleston 

Cherokee Bay 

Cherry Grove 

Clierryville 

Chester 

Chismville 

Chocoville 

Choctaw Agency 

Ciiurchville 

Cincinnati 

Clamanda 

Clarendon 

Clark's Mills 

Clarksville 

Clear Creek 

Clear Lake 

Clear Point 

Clear Spring 

Cliity 

Clinton 

Cobbsville 

Cold Water 

Cald Well 

Coleraiu 

Cullegeville 

Columbia 

Columbus 

Camo 

Constitution 

Convenience 

Goody's Bluff 

Corncrsville 

Cotton Plant 

Council Bend 

Cove 

Creek Agency 

Crockett's Bluff 

Crooked Creek 

s-on's Store 

S3 Plains 
Crowley 
Crystal HiU 
Comfort 
Cummins 
Curi.'V 
Cut-Off 
Cypress 
Cypress Creek 
Cv press Mills 
Dallas 
Damo 

Danielsville 
lianville 
Dardanelle 
Darysaw 
Dayton 
D e G ray 
Da Rtichey 

Kosey 
Des Arc 
De Witt 
Doaksville 
Oorcheate 
Double Spring 
Dover 
Dubnoue 
Due West 
Duncan 

Dutche's Creek 
Duvall's Bluff 
Kagle 

Ragle Creek 
Kagletown 
East Fork 



Jefferson 

Dallas 

Couwav 

Montgomery 

Columbia 

St. Francis 

Lawrence 

Washita 

Greene 

Desha 

Conwav 

Washita 

Popt 

Lawrence 

Wasiiin, 

Carroll , 

Perri 

Franklin 

Arkivusas 

Crittenden 

Newton 



Scott 
White 
Sevier 
Montgomery 
Greene 
Dallas 
Uninu 
Franklin 
R.iadolph 
Saline 
Prairie 
Ashley 
Scott 
Sebastian 
Choctaw- 
Pulaski 
Washington 
Lawrence 
Monroe 
Hempstead 
Johnson 
JIarion 
I'rairie 
Arkansas 
Clark 
Madison 
Van Buren 
Johnson 
P"insett 
White 
Jackson 
Saline 
Chicot 
Hempstead 
Dallas 
Franklin 
Inderiendcnce 
Cherokee 
Drew 
St. Francis 
Crittenden 
Polk 
Creek Nation 
Arkansas 
Carroll 
Randol nh 
FiiUon 
Greene ! 
Montgomery 
Van Buren 
Arkansas I 
Independence 
Drew I 
Monroe ! 
D-shal 
Perry | 
Polk I 
Dallas I 
Cherokee 
Yell i 

Jefferson 

Pol k 

Clark 

Hot Springs 

Franklin 

PrairiH 

Arkan.tns 

Choctaw 

Columbia 

Benton 

Pope 

Marion 

Monroe I 

Veil ' 

Prairie 

Fulton 1 

Brnrllcy 

Choctaw I 

Conway . 



Edge Hill 

lidmondson 

Kdwardsburg 

Kl Dorado 

Kigiu 

Kim Springs 

Ulm VVood 

Klon 

ICmineuce 

liquality 

liubank's Mills 

Isadora 

lOunico 

Rureka 

Kvansville 

Evening Shade 

Evervreea 

Fair Dale 

Fair Play 

Fair View 

Falcon 

Fayetteville 



Polk 

Critt.uien 

Pi.ilipj 

I' II ion 

,.. Jackson 

Carroll 

Asliley 

Independence 

Benton 

Johnson 

Chieot 

Chicot 

St. Francis 

Washing-ton 

Lawrence 

Raodolph 

Arkansas 

Hot SiTiiigs 

Dallas 

Columbia 

Washin.;ton 



Fiizhugh's Mills Hot Spring! 



Jetlerson 

Cherokee 

U-sha 

Lafayette 

Cuoetaw 

Cherokee 

Sel.astian 

Chicka^aw 

i«3hley 

Randolph 

Fulton 

Wiuliita 

nompatoad 

St. Francis 

Greene 



ipo 



Flat B.iyou 

Flint 

Florence 

Forest Grove 

Fore Arbiiekle 

Fort Gibson 

Fart Smith 

F, n, Washita 

Fiumtain Hill 

Fourche Dumas 

Franklin 

Fraiier's Point 

Freco 

Pulton 

Gage's Point 

Gainesville 

Galley Creek 

Galloway 

Game HiU 

Gap Springs 

Geesville 

Geno.\ 

Gillcn's Landing 

Glass Village 

Good Hope 

Gordon's Ferry 

Graham 

Grand (flaize 

Grand Lake 

Grand Saline 

Gravellv Hill 

(Jravel Ridge 

Grave's 

Grayson 

Greenbrier 

Grcenliush 

Green Grove 

Green Jfount 

Greensborough 

Greenville 

Greenwood 

Gum Log 

Glim Spring 

Gum Wood 

Hamburg 

Hamilton 

Ham pton 

Harmony Springs 

Harold 

Harrisburg 

Harris' Mill 

llazio Gruvo 

Helena 

Henderson 

Hcnslcc's Springs ^.ilino 

Hcvmannsbur^ Washington 

Hermitage Bradley 

ilerndon Greene 

Hibernia PuUski 

Hickman's Bend Mississippi 

Hickory Benton 

Hickory Creek Ucmpiteaa 

HicVorvOrov, 

Hickory Plain 

Hickory Vallt 

IlicksviUo 



ludependenca 

Franklin 

Polk 

Pope 

Clark 

Philips 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Fulton 

Independence 

Jackson 

Chicol 

Ciiemkee 

Yell 

Bradley 

Hempstead 

Crittenden 

Conway 

Iiard 

Conway 

DrejV 

Greene 

Washington 

Sebastian 

Pope 

Lawrence 

Prairie 

Ashley 

Prairie 

Calhonu 

Benton 

Alontgonicrv 

Poinsett 

Choctaw 

Lftvvrenc o 

Philips 

Hot Springs 



Hi CO 
Highw.ay 
Hillsborough 
Hilochce 
Hixe's Ferry 
Hodjc's Prairie 
Hollywood 
Holly Springs 
Holmes' Mills 
Hopofield 
Hopowell 
Hot Springs 
UoweU 



Clark 

Pr.^irio 

Indepenilcnce 

Ctfiiimbia 

IlentAn 

Clark 

Union 

W.oshiniftnn 

Randolph 

Sebaxliaa 

Clark 

Dallat 

Perry 

Critl.nden 

Hradjiy 

U t Sprinm 



POST OFnCES CALIFORNIA. 



Ra4<llp<toB 
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Huat««ilU 
HarrirAO* 

J.k i^rl 

J.nou.^.- K.r 
Jrnn. l..nd 

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J 

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KeDtuO 

ElB4rrhook 
«,»»•, U.vcr 

!.> ••rin);e 
L* (irur 
Lsk« lllufr 
L«kv V.ll»s« 

k'Auiiarlle 

Laura Town 
Laluna 
I.«.ton 
Luo Hill 
'Leaks'! Stor* 
Letanon 
L«boir 
L««'> Creek 
Lobi 

Ltaark Fall* 
Lanuturg 
Lcwi>vilie 
LlUrly 

Litcri/ SpriDES 
Lldd.aOalo 
LiDia 
Linirn 
Liuu Kerry 
Lion S|.rioK.MiUt 
Libit oud 
Llitan 
Liltl, Rock 



Coi.*'y. 

I'ikr 

Sxlinv 

»U'ii»..ii 

Saline 

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S.1.4,IU.U 

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Ill'lltUll 

S.l.aatiaii 
llra-lKv 

Si. Friiiiui* 

iliiilinun 

Willie 

Hcm!.»li»d 

Wliilc 

Ja.'kMiu 

Cli.r..li.e 

Vail lliireu 

Car mil 

JIatlUun 

Dialia 

Drew 

Pr.i.lKv 

Philip's 

l-ra:nu 

Chicot 

Wttiihitft 

UraJley 

St. ^ ruiie'd 



I'r 



V rn 



■itiit 
.l..ri» 



Asliliy 

roiiisetl 

Muriuii 

Culuml'iu 

Seiircv 

Pulk 

Craw lord 

Jclleriion 

Chcrokei- 

Conway 

Lafavcttu 

Was hi la 

Van Il.inn 

Culumtia 

liiinaoli.u 

St. Kriinei.s 

Liifaytll 

Heuluu 

Lawrenoi* 

Union 

I'ulanki 

Madi.son 

Clu-rokee 

Jeller.^ou 

Seurc\' 

Pulask') 

Washita 

Arkansns 

Seb^utiun 



I. 

I. r .tlase 

L. i i.r...o 

Ludi 

LoaeOrore 

iMai Puiut 

Von^ Prairie 

Look View 

Luda 

Lak-r»h-tah 

Lynch'. Pr«iri« 

M.II-ury'iCrvek 

y atliMin 

Na^nulit 

Majuire'l Store Washington 

MarMe Maaison 

Marble !>alt Worke 

Marlanna Philip- 

ll>ri<- Saline Ashley 

Mirioa Crittenden 

VarlbrooV Hempstead 

M<r.li.il Prairie 

Mar« Mill 

Watt.n'.Cretk 

Mary <Jr<>eB 



Washita 

Choctaw 

Waahin^^on 

P.ila.ski 

St. Francis 

ColumI 



Po»l Ofict. 

Mound City 
Mount .A'lums 
Moo main Heme 
.Munulain Spring 
Mount Olairimiur 
Mount KIha 
Mount Holly 

MoMlt I.Kl 

Mount .lu.lvii 

.Mount .Morinh 

Mount tllive 

Jlounl Piirthcnon 

.Mount Pleasant 

Mount Silviiu 

Muddy Itayuu 

Murfreesburo' 

Myall 

Napoleon 

Nashville 

NHlunil Dam 

Neltuliue 

New CJaacony 

New London 

Norrisiown 

North Creek 

North Fork 

North Point 

Norwoodville 

Duk 111 till 

O.ik drove 

Oak ilill 

Oakland 

Oak Ridge 

Oasis 

Oil Trough 

iikolonik 

Oldham 

Old Hickory 

OUltuwu 

Olio 

Oliv< Creek 

Olivia 

Onyx 

Orion 

Osase 

Osage Mills 

Ocvola 

Ouachita 

Owensvillo 

Otan 

O/ark 

Paeilic Place 

Paint Rock 

Palarm 

Palestine 

Paraclifta 

Piirkersburg 

Parks 

Pastoria 

Patterson's Bluff 

Pea RidL'e 

Pecan Point 

Pekin 

Pennington's Mill 

Perry vi lie 

Peteishurg 

Petite Jean 

Pctra 

Pineon Hill 

Pilot Hill 

Pine Bluff 

Piney 

Pittshurg 

Planlers 

Pleasant Hill 



County. 

Crittenden 

Arkimsas 

Fulton 

Carroll 

Cherokee 

liradley 

In ion 

Montgoniery 

New Ion 

Washita 

Jiard 

Newton 

Carroll 

Lawrence 

White 

Pike 

Lawrence 

Desha 

Hempstead 

Crawford 

tievier 

Jeflerson 

Union 

Pope 

Philips 

l7,ard 

Pulaski 

Sevier 

(ireen 

Arkansas 

Lafayette 

Craighead 

Lawrence 

Independence 

Clark 

Crittenden 

Cuuwaj 

Philip,.^ 

Scoit 

Conway 

Perry 

A.slilev 
Carroll 
Benton 
sissippi 



Pott Office. 

Red Hill 
Red Lund 
Ifelf's Bluff 
Itivilee 
IMchland 
Richmond 
Ki;;KSville 
Kol Roy 
Rock Creek 
Ruck Fi.sh 
Rock Hill 
Ko.k Point 
Rock Port 
Roiky Bay on 
Rockv Comfort 
Koller's Ridgo 
Rolling Prairie 
Rome 
Rondo 
Rose Bud 
Ruseville 
Ro V er 

Royal Colony 
Roystou 
Russell ville 
Saint Cluules 
Saint Paul 
Santa Fe 
Scotland 
ScvUiig's Ferry 
Searcy 
Selma 
Seminary 
Shakespeare 
harou 



Jli 



Drew 



Mary<TiU« 

MaMoa 

ManiB- lie 

MaytvilU 

Mioro 

MUdlctoWB 

Mtdttay 

MillCr.rk 

M llrr'i Point 

MilUood 

M'lor 

Wirnadcl Ray 

M'>nt<'-<-IU 

MwUnd 
Mara 
Mar* Pay 



.'talini 

Cnluml.ia 

Chicot 

Pula^k- 

lli-nt^iti 

Creek Nation 

Van lloren 

Hot Sprint' 

liard 

Van Iluren 

Sevier 

Sfhojitian 

Arkaniaii 

Drew 

Pope 

Monro,. 

Bradley 

Oempitead 



■» ashiti 

Saline 

Hempstead 

FrankliL 

Criitenoei 

F'ranklin 

Pulaski 

Columlia 

Sevier 

Yell 

Scott 

Jefferson 

Benton 

Mississippi 

Johnson 

1 Pulaski 

Perry 

Washita 

Yell 

Craighead 

Union 

Fulton 

Jetierson 

Juhu.son 

Philips 



Pleasant Plains Independenc 

Plea.sant Valley 

Plum Bayou 

Pocahontas 

Point Cedar 

Point .Meers 

Point I'eter 

Point Pleasant 

Poke Bayou 

Polk 

I'onfotoo 
Poplar Bluffs 
P rtland 
Port Williams 
Post Oak 
Powhatan 
Prairie Landing 
Pratt lie 
Princeton 
Providence 
P'lrn 



(pitman 
Oiiito 
R,%ndolph 
Rjpp'9 Barren 
KedBird 
Red Fork 



Yell 

Jefferson 

Randolph 

Clark 

Johnson 

Searcy 

Ashley 

Independence 

Carroll 

Chickasaw 

Ashiey 

Scott 

Calhoun 

Lawrence 

Desha 

Saline 

Dallas 

Searcy 

Van Buren 

Polk 

Lafayette 

Fulton 

Dallas 

Desha 



Comity 

Washita 
Pike 
Drew 
Scott 
Jefferson 
Seviir 
1/ard 
Jeffev.son 
Yell 
Searcy 
Pope 
Independence 
Hot Springs 
Izard 
Sevier 
Benton 
Jlarion 
Clark 
Lafayette 
White 
F'ranklin 
Yell 
White 
Pike 
Pope 
Arkansas 
Bladison 
Craighead 
Union 
Philips 
White 
Desha 
Wasliita 
Greene 
Arkansas 
Sharp's X Roads Independence 
.Sliawnee X'illage Mississippi 
Sheritl's Ridgo Hot Springs 
Shctucket Polk 

Sliiloh Ashley 

.■slioal Creek Johnson 

Sidney Lawrence 

Sniithland Columbia 

Sniithville Lawrenc 

.'^o^tll Bend Arkansas 

Spavinaw Bentuu 

Spring Tank Lafayette 

.Spring Cieek Randolph 

Springfield Conway 

Spring Hill Hempstead 

Spring Mill Washington 

Springvale Clark 

Star Washit; 

Sfarof the West Pik 

Stephens Union 

Sterling Philip 

Stony Point Whit 

Stover Dallas 

Stranger's Home Lawrence 
Strawberry " 

Sub Rosa Franklin 

Sugar (irove Lawrenc 

Sugar Loat Sebastian 

Sullivan Springs Independence 
Sulphur Rock " 

Sulphur Springs Columbia 

Summerville Bradley 

.Sumpter " 

Surrounded Hills Monroe 

Swan Lake Arkansas 

SyK^imore Izard 

Table Rock 
TahlequaU Cherokee 

Taney Washington 

Taylor's Creek St. Francis 
Tirrre Noir Clark 

The Narrows Crawford 

Thomas' Store Calhoun 

Three Creeks Union 

Tisheniingo Chickasaw 

T.dbert's Ferry Marion 

Toboxky Choctaw 

Tomahawk Searcy 

Tremont Union 

Trenton Philip; 

Trott's Mill Benton 

Trouble Hilt Scott 

'■"roy Drew 

Tulip Dallas 

Turin Sabine 

Twin Springs Benton 

Tyler's Bluff Perry 

I'berty Pulaski 

Ultima Thule Sevier 

Union F'ulton 

Union Springs Union 

Vach'i Grass Sebastian 

Valley 

Vallonia Randolph 

Van Buren Crawford 

Velvet Ridge White 

"iUage Creek Columbia 



Post Office. 



County. 



Fulton ,i 
lzi,rd I 



Viola 

Violet Hill 

Wnleott .Green 

WttUiron Scott 

Wallace Creek Independence 

Walnut Bend Philips 

Walnut Fork Newton 

U alnut Grove ludependeuce 

Walnut ll;ll Laiyetto 

Walnut Plains I'rairie 

Walnut Tree Veil 

War Fagle Wadisou 

Warren Bradley 

Washington Hempstead 

Wateiisuw Prairie 

WatkiusviUe Newton 

Waverly Pulaski 

Webbers Falls Cherokee 

Wesley Madison 

West Fork Washington 

West Point White 

V\ heelotk Choctaw 

White Bluff Jeffer.son 

Whiteley's Newton 

White Oak Jeflerson 

V\'liite Oak Shoals Sevier 

White River Desha 

White's Hill Newton 
White Sulphur Springs 

Jefferson 

Whiteyille Marion 
Wbittington 
Wild Haws 

Wiley's Cove Searcy 

Wilmington Union 

Wilton Pike 

Witt's Spring Searcy 

Won Bayou Independence 

W ood Hill Ashley 

Woodlawa ■« asbita 

YellviUe Marion 



>iai ion 
Salino H 
Izard I 



California. 



Fast Office. County, 

Alameda Alameda 

Alamo Contra Costa 

All any Sonoma 

Albion Mendocino 

Alleghany Sierra 

Alvarado Alameda 

Alvis" Santa Clara 

Amador City Amador 

American Kanche Shasta 

Aualiaini Los Angelos 

Anderson Mendocino 

Angel's Camp Calaveras 

Antelopo Yolo 

Anthony's House Nevada 

Antiocii Contra Costa 

Areata Humboldt 

Auburn Placer 

Bangor Butte 

Hank Mills Santa Clara 

Hatli Placer 

Bear Valley Mariposa 

Bellota San Joaquin 

Heluiont SanJIateo 

Benicia Solano 

Bidwell'sBar Butte 

Big Bar Trinity 

Big Oak Flat Tuolumne 

Big Valley Napa 

Binghamplon Solano 

Black Point Marin 

Bloomfield Sonoma 

Blue Mountain Calaveras 

Bodega Sonoma 

Bolinas Blarin 

Bridgeport Mono 

Briiliton Sacramento 

Brooklyn Alameda 

Brown's Valley Yuba 

Rrownvsvillo Y'uba 

Brush Creek Butte 

Buckeye Yolo 

Bucks' Ranch Plumas 

Burnett Santa Clara 

Burwood San Joaquin 
Butte Valley 

Cache Creek Volo 

Calito Mendocino 

Calpella Mendocino j 
Callahan's Eanche Siskyon 

Camanch* Calaveras 

Campo Seco Calaveras 

Camptonville \uba 

Gary's Mills Amador 



POST OFFICES CONNECTICUT. 



Post Office. 

Central Hoaae 

Centerville 

Charleitoa 

Clieroiee 

Chico 

Ohilo 

Chinese Camp 

Cliurntoivu 

CUh-sville 

Clarksville 

Olav's Bar 

Claj'toa 

Clipper Mills 

Cloyerdalo 

Cold Spring 

Collin3ville 

Cfilloma 

Columbia 

Culiisa 

Copperapolig 

Copper Vale 

Cojuinne 

Ooctaje Grovo 

Cottonwood 

Orescent City 

C'lcanionga 

D imascus 

Danville 

Denverton 

Diamond Sprin 

Dun Pedro Bar 



County. 

Butte 

Alameda 

Yolo 

Bntte 

C-i!aver:is 

Tuolamne 

Shasta 



Mendocino 

El Dorado 

Calaveras 

Contra C 

Riitte 

Sonoma 

El Dorado 

Solano 

El Dorada 

Tuolumne 

Coliua 

Calaveras 

Lassen 

Sacramento 

Klamath 

Tehama 

DjI Xorte 

San Bernardine 

Placer 

Contra Costa 

Solano 

El Dorado 

Tuolumu 



Dougherty's Station Alameda 

D)Ui;lasCity Trinity 

Downieville Sierra 

Dry Town Amador 

Doncau's Mills S"Uotiia 

Diroe ElDirado 

Dutch Flat Placer 

Rel River Humholdt 

El Dorado El Dorado 

Elk Grove Sacramento 

Elliot San Jo:uiuin 

Empire Ranche Yuha 

E.ua Mills Siskiyou 

Eureka Humboldt 

Fair Play El Dorado 

Farmiu:|ton San Joaquin 

Ferndale Humboldt 

Ferry Point DjI Norte 

Fisherman's Bay Sonoma 

Folsom City Sacramento 

Forest Home Amador 

Fxrbestown B itte 

ForcstCity Sierra 

Forest Hill Placer 

Forks oFSalmon Klamath 

Fort Jones Siskyou 

Foster's Bar Yuba 

Fourth Crossing Calaveras 

Franklin Sacramento 

Frsjeport Sacramento 

1 Fremont Yolo 

I French Camp Sanjoaiuin 

1 French Corral Nevada 

French Gulch Shasta 

Garrote Tuolumne 

Georgetown El D )rado 

Gibsonville Sierra 

Gilrovs Santa Clara 

Gold "Run Placer 

Goodyear's Bar Sierra 

(Jrafton Yolo 

Grand Island C.lusi 

Grass Valley Nevada 

Green Spring Tuolumne 

Green Wood El Dorado 
Grizzly Bear House Piacer 

Grizzlv Flat El Dorado 

Grove Gity Tehama 

Gu:vlala Mendocino 

Half Moon Bay Sau Mateo 

Hamilton Butte 

Happy C-mp Del Norte 

Hay Fork Trinity 

Haywood Alameda 

Healdsburg Sonoma 
Henly 
Hermitiige 
Hicks I'ille 
K itchcock*: 
Honcut 
Hoopi Valley 
Hope Valley 
Hopewell 
Horaitas 
Horsetowa 
How's Branch 
Hydosville 
Illinoistown 
Indian Diggins 
I ndian Gutch 
[ndiaa Spring 



Si sky on 

Meadociuo 

Sacramento 

Ranch ElDorado 

Yuba 

Klamath 

Colnsi 

Mariposa 

Shasta 

Tuolumne 

Humboldt 

Placer 

El Dorado 

Mariposa 

Nevada 



Pust OJice. 



County. 



Post Office. 



County. 



fnskip Butte 

Tone Valley Amador 

Iowa City Placer 

Jacinto Colasi 

Jackson Ama 

Jacksonville Tuolumne 

Jamestown '* 

Janesville Lassen 

Jenny Lind Calaveras 

Johnson's Ranche Sutter 

Junction City Trinity 

Kelsey El Dorado 

Iveysville Tulare 

Knoxville Lake 

Knight's Ferry San Joaquin 

Konigsburg Amiilor 

Lafayette Contra Giita 

La Grange Stanislaus 

Lake House Sacramento 

Lakeport Lake 

Lakevllle Sonoma 

Lancha Plana Amador 

Lanrworth S tanislaii-i 

La Porte Sierra 

Latrobe Alpine 

Leiteh Ferry Stanislaus 

Lewiston Tr-nitv 

Lexington Santa CI irn 

Liberty San Joaquin 

Liufula Placer 

Linden SanJoariuin 

Lisbon Placer 

Little Lake Mendocino 

Little York Nevada 
Lockeford San Joaquin 

Locust Shade " 

Long Bar Yuba 

Lungville Pinion- 

LosAngelos Los An^elos 

Los Gatos Santa Clara 

Lower Lake Nai^a 

r>oyalton Sierra 

Lyna's Valley Tulare 

.Maine Prairie Solano 

Maralia Butte 

Mariposa Mariposa 

Markleeville Amador 

Martin. -z Contra Costa 

Martins'^urg Butte 

Marvsville Yuba 

Mattole Humboldt 

Maxw.dl's Creek Mariposa 

Mayfiell Santa Clara 

Meadow Valley Pluma.- 

Mendocino Mendocin 

M'^reed Falls Mercei. 

Meridau Sutter 

Michigan Bar Sacramento 

Mchigan Bluif Placer 

Miller's Ranch Butte 

Millerstou Mariposa 

Millford Lassen 

:\rillville Shvsta 

Milpitas Santa Clara 

Minersville Trinity 

Mission San Jose Co itra Costa 

Mokelumae Hill Calaveras 

Monitor . Anijdoi 

Monte Los Angelos 

Monterey Monterey 

]\rontezoma Tuolumne 

:\Ioute Vista Alanvdii 

Moon'-- Rmehe Colus' 

Moore's Flat Nevada 

Mormau's Island Sacramento 
Miuniai Ranche Calaveras 

Mounta n Springs Placer 

Mountain View Santa Clara 

Mountain Well Nevada 

Mount Bullion Mariposa 

Mount I'jden Alameda 

Mount; Ophir Mariposa 

Murphy's Calaveras 
Mus luito 

NapaC.ty Napa 

Natividad Monterey 

Neilsburg Placer 

NevadaCity Nevada 

New Castle Placer 

Newtown ElDorado 

Nicolaus Sutter 

North BIooraReld Nevada 

North Branch Calaveras 

North Columbia Nevada 

North San Jnau Nevada 

Oakland Alameda 

Olema Marin 

Omega Nevada 

Onion Valley Plumas 

Onisbo Sacramento 

Ophirville Plaaer 

Oregon House Yuba 



Orleans Klamath 

Oro Pino Siskyon 

Oroville Butte 

Owsley's Bar Yuba 

Pacheco Contra Costa 

Painesville Nevada 

Patei"son Nevada 

Pea Vine Butte 

Ponty Butte 

Pescadero Santa Cruz 

Petaluma Sonoma 

Pilot Hill ElDorado 

Pine Creek Butte 

Pine Grove Amador 

Pleasant Valley El Dorado 

Placerville El Dorado 

Plum Valley Sierra 

P. "land SauJoa'iuin 

Pope Valley Nuno 

Prairie Yolo 

Preston "Marin 

Princeton Cdusi 

fmta Arenas Mendocim 

Putah Solano 

Quincy Pluma^ 

kittle Snake Bar Placer 

!l -d Bluff Shasta 

R.'d Do" Nevad- 

Ridwood City San Ma'-.or^ 

R'vnoids' Ferry Calaveras 
Rich Gulch 

Richland Sacramento 

R-o S ico Butte 

Rio Vista Solano 

Rock Creek Tehama 

Rockville Solano 

Rome Sutter 

Iliseville Phicev 
Riugh and Ready Nevada 

Round Vallev Plumas 

Sacramento City Sacramento 

Saint Helena Napa 

Saint Louis Sierra 

Salinas Monterey 

Salsbury Sacramento 

Sxlmon Falls ElDorado 

San Andreas Calaveras 

San Antonio Monterey 
>an Bernardino SauBernardino 
San Buenaventara 

Santa Barbnra 

^an Diego San D'ego 
San Francisco San Francisco 

San Gabriel Los Angelos 

San Jose Santa Clara 

Saa Juan Monterey 

■?an Leandro Alameda 

San Lorenzo Alameda 
San Luis Obispo 

San Luis Obispo 

San LuisRey San Diego 

San Alarcos San Luis Obispo 

S u. Ahiteo Sau Mateo 
San Pablo Contra Costa 

San Pedro Los Angelos 

Sau Qiientin Murin 

San liafael 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 

Sebastunol Napa 

Secret Ravine Placer 

ieiad's Valley Siskyon 

Sellon's Ranch Yuba 

Shasta Shasta 

Shaw's Plat Tuolumne 

Sheldon Sacramento 

Siei 1 , City Sierra 
Sierra Valley 
5il ver S pring 

si;-.- ry Ford El Dorado 

smith's Ranche Sonoma 

Smith's River Del Norte 

Smithville Placer 
Snelling's Ranche Merced 

Snugville San Joar[uin 

Solatia Sacramento 

Soldiers' Bridge Lassen 
Somesville Contra Costa 

Sonoma Sonoma 

Sonera Tuolumne 

So luel Santa Cruz 

Spanish Plat ElDorado 

Spanish Ranch Plumas 

Springfield Tuolumne 

Stockton SauJoaciuin 



Poxt OfUce, 

Stony Point 

Strawberry Valley 

Suisun City 

S u Tn :n i t 

Siisanville 

Sutter's Creek 

Sweetland 

Table Rock 

Taho 

Tavlorsville 

Tehama 

Telegraph City 

Thompson's Plat 

Timber Cove 

Timbuctoo 

Todd's Valley 

Tomalles 

Trinidad 

Trinity 

Trinity Center 

Tr-ieky River 

Tule ' 

i'vo Rock 

ITkrah 

l^ncle Sam 

Cnion 



County. 

Sonoma 

Yuba 

Solan* 

Pkuma* 

Plumas 

Amador 

Nevada 

Sierra 

El Dora<!« 

Pliima* 

Colusi 

Calavcrai 

Butte 

Sierr* 

Yuba 

Placer 

Maria 

Klamath 

Trinitr 



Ppper Clear Lake 

VaeaviUe 

VilUcita 

Vallejo 

Viola 

Virginia 

V'isalia 

Volcano 

Walnut Cr>ek 

Waln'it Grove 

Washington 

Wa'sonville 

Weiverville 

Wcit Point 

West Butte 

Whiskey Creek 

Wil mington 

A-!nd=or 

Wowdhridge 

Woodland" 

Woodside 

Wyandotte 

Wyatt's Store 

Yankee Hill 

Yankee Jim's 

Vreka 

Volo 

Vuba City 



Pl-ieer 

Tulare 

Sonoma 

Mendocino 

Napa 

Merced 

Napa 

Solan* 

Calaveras 

Solano 

Sacramento 

Placer 

Tulare 

Amador 

Contra Costa 

Sacramento 

Nevada 

Santa Crua 

Trinity 

Calaveras 

Batte 

Shasta 

Los Angelos 

Sonoma 

San Joauuin 

Yolo 

Sau Francisco 

Butte 

Mariposa 

Butte 

Placer 

Siskyon 

Yolo 

Sutter 



Oiiiiiiectlctit. 



Ansonia 

Ash ford 

A von 

Rakers ille 

Bills' I'.ini! 

Binksville 

B.mtam Falls 

P. irkhainstead 

B?aoon Falls 

B.;rlin 

B thany 

P. 'tliel ■ 

Bethlehem 

Black Rock 

Bloomfield 

R.dtou 

Bozvah 

BozrahviUe 

Bvantord 

Bridgeport 

Bridge water 

Bristol 

Bro id Brook 

Rrooktield 

Brooklyn 

Brook's Valo 

Bicklaud 

Burlington 

Burnsido 

Barrville 

Cimpbell's Mills 

C impville 

Canaan 

Canaan Valley 

Canterbury 

Canton 

Canton Center 



County. 

Windham 

Tolland 

New Haven 

Windham 

Hartford 

Litchfield 

Fairfield 

Fairfield 

Litchfield 

Litchfield 

New Haven 

Hartford 

New Haven 

Fairfield 

Litchfield 

Fairfield 

Hartford 

Tcdland 

New London 

New London 

New Havea 

Fairfield 

Litchfield 

Harttord 

Hartford 

Fairfield 

Win 'I ham 

New Haven 

Hartford 

H.irtford 

Hiitiovd 

Litchfield 

Windham 

Litchfield 

Lite field 

Litchfield 

Windharo 

Hart ord 

Uartlord 



POST OFFICES — DELAWARE. 



t'oti 0,*w. 



County. 



PotI Office. 



County. 



Oeslrml V ll»#« Win.lham 

OvBUr llr H.k Jll.l.lUvx 

Urnlrr CJr^.tjn Ni-w I..iil<in 

Oh>pinr>i:a Lit'liiIrM 

CktpliB Win.tlmin 

OhMt>i» Now ll.ivin 

Obrtirr Mi<l<ll>«<'X 

0<«i<rflclJ N<'» l> •'"» 

Clialnn M|.l>lk»<-x 

C'«b«U )li<l<llfs.'x 

CoichM'rr Xi» l-oiiil.ii 

Cold Spring Kairlii'ld 

Cnlobrn^k I.Ui'lilU'M 

t'al«br.uk Itlrtr I.ii>litl.',(l 

09ll»iiirr Viii.lli;.m 

Collln.v,ll« Hirt ..nl 

ColiiBi».i» T-llAiiil 

Ouniwtll Liu-Mi.ia 

r.T.iwiiII llriJce Mtchli.-M 

Cnnrnll Hollow Liti-hHoM 

CoTfatrr T.iliaii.l 

CovfBlrV Depot T..lliiiul 

Crunwvll }i:>lilli"ti-x 

Duhiirjr Fairfiol.l 

DarJpii FiiirlicM 

D^rirn IKtot KiiirHiM 

DwpKivir Slid.llusfX 

Prrhv N"W Huvi'ii 

Piirtmn MidiMesex 

D'lrhiiin r.ntcr SliilMlvsox 

RuK'vill.' ToIUik' 

Kmi II.Tlin Hart'oMl 

Kx<t C>naan Liiiliflcld 

KutfurJ Wiii-lhain 
Kiat (iLintcnburg Iliirtl'i>rd 

Kut(!raul>y H.irt ord 

F..14I lUd.lnm MiddU'H-x 

KjjI Hampton Jliddlesex 

tmt HurtrorJ llnrtlord 

KMt Il.^vi.a N<>w H iven 

K4«t K -nt Litchfifid 

Ki'i •>" llingly Windham 

Bantli intt Xcu London 

K..I FiiirtliOd 

Et.tt P tnnm \ indh.ii> 

KiKi \» .ndsor Harliord 
But Windsor mil Hiirtford 

K.i<l Woodslock 'Winilhani 

KHinvton Tolland 

EINworth Litihtield 

K.ifl>dl n.irtlord 

E«.-x JllddltMcx 

Fairfl.'M Fairfield 

Kjir Ilnvon Now Havtn 

Fill* Villiure LitL-h!i..ld 
FarrocM- A'ilUge Hartlord 

FArininiffon Hartford 

Ki«h..rvillo ■Wmdhani 

Fon-.trillo Hartioni 

Prauklin New London 

«a'f.' Ft-rrv N.-w London 

Gardner'* Lake New London 

Oar; rl«v,|lu Li' r-'.tiel.! 

fjeorj-ctown F.iiri.lil 

«ll'«d TolMiid 

OlaHic'nhurjr Hurt'crt, 

Glcnville Fajrti.M 

«.-lo-n Li olifiidd 

fjranl.v Hartford 

Ort-ntVM Dill Fairhcld 

Gr.-.niillo New London 

<ir.vn-.ifli Fairfield 

«ri.»..|d New London 

fir"'"" New London 

Ootlfor 1 New Haven 

f;iirl..vvil!e ToMand 

Hivla-n Mid.ll.sox 

•"'' '" Ncc MiddlM,-.\ 

"• ■ •"'• MiddleicN 

II'"' -,' N.-w London 

..ml.n New Haven 

IUm|.ion Windham 

jjartforl H.rtfor.! 

IMr!l..nd )I..rtrord 

H««inton L -.hh.l : 

Ija.lryv Il» r,i rli. Id 

n.i«.irdvillo llirtlord 

!••■'""" T.dland 

Hlm»>m Mridleicx 

j|l»h Ri'l,,. !••.. rftel 1 

''■■'■'"'■' »'11« Lil.;.H Id 

" >- ' m ILirtford 

<■ '- ivlIU Litehfild 

I ...tn, „u Fairlljld 

•'""•* '11" Litchli.ld 

Jewoll Cltjr New London 

Kv .tloKtoa Hartford 

t'l* . LitchB.ld 

KM .n.'lv Windham 

Killinjworlh Widdlosex 

Lake»ill. Litchfield 

LaoMTtlU LitcUfluld 



Puat Offire. 



Count:,. 



Laurel Olen New London 

Lel>auon New London 

Ledvard New London 

l.eeiville Jli'ldlesex 

Lihertv Hill New London 

Lime Uock LitehHuld 

Lialion New London 

Litehfielii Litehlield 

Long Rid^e Fairfield 

Lord's Bridge Now London 

Lvmo New London 

Mad i on New Haven 

Sianchoster Hartford 

Man<fielil Tolland 

Maiisfiel.l Center Tolland 

Minefield Depot Tolland 

MurMo Dale Litelifield 

Clarion Hartford 

Marlhorongh . Hartford 

Vashapang Tolland 

Merideu New Haven 

Merrow Station Tolland 

Mianus Fairfield 

Middlihnry New Haven 

:\liddl. field Middlesex 

.Middle Haddam Jliddl.sex 

Middletown Jiiddl-scx 

Mil'Vird New Haven 

Mill Brook Litchtield 

MillinKton Sliddlosex 

Mill Plain Fairtield 

Mdton Litehlieia 

Mjuroe Fairfield 

Mootville New Lond d 

Moodns iliddlesex 

Moise Meadow Tolland 

>'.io-;o[) Windhan; 

Mnrs Litehfield 

Moont Carmel Now Haven 

Mount H.ipe Tolland 

Muddy River New Haven 

Mystic New Loudon 

^lystic Mridge New London 

Mystic River New London 

Nanloic Hartford 

Naugat ick Mew Haven 

New Boston Windham 

New Britain Hirtford 

Xew C.-,n;inn Fairfield 

N\'W Fairtield Fairfield 

N'ev,- ll.irtlord Litehfield 
New Hartford ConterLitchfield 

New Haven New Haven 

N'ewinjtton Hartfor,. 

Xew London New London 

N'ewMilford Litehfield 

Vow Preston Litelifield 

Newtown Fairlieh; 

Xianto New Loadon 

NoanU New London 

N'orfolU Litchfield 

North A<hford Windiani 

Xorth Hraoford New Haven 

\orth Canton H.irt'o.d 

Nc.rMi Cd^-lirook Litchfiel.l 

N'orth r.rnwaU Litchfiel.l 

Northfield Litehfield 

North iord New Haven 

North Oranby Hartford 

North (Juilford New Haven 

North Haven New Haven 
North Killinsworth Middlesex 

North Lyme Now Londoj] 

North Jiadison New Haven 
North ^lanche^ter Hartfon; 

North Norfolk Litchfield 

North Somers Tolland 

North Stanford Fairfield 
Vortli StoniUKton New London 

Northville Litchfield 

North Wilton Fairfield 

North Windham AVmdham 
North Woodstock Windham 

Norwalk Fairtield 

Norwich New Loudon 

Xorwiehtown New London 

"akviUc New Haven 



One 



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Oraniro New H iv oi 

""Hill Litehfield I 

llxfor.l N<-w Haven 

Park Lane Litchfielil 

Pendleton Hill New London 

Phfcnixville M'indhani 

Pine Meadow Litelifield 

Plainfield Windham 

Plainville Hartford 

PlantsviUo Hartford 

Pleasant Vale New Haven 

Pleasant Valley Litchfield 

1 ymoitth Litchfield 
I lymouth Uollovr Litchfield 



Pomfret Windham 
Pouirot Landing Windhnin 

Poiiuonock Hartfoid 
Pf.qiianoc Bridge New London 

Portland Middlesex 

Preston New London 

Prospect New Haven 

Putnam Windham 

Quarryville Tolhind 

Kainhow Hartford 

Redding Fairfi.dd 

Redding Ridge Fairtield 

Ridi^elury Farfield 

Ridgefield Fairfield 
Ridf^efield Station Fairfield 

Robortsville Litehfield 

Rockland New Haven 

R„ckville Tolland 

Kockv Hill Hartford 

Round Hill Fairfield 

Roxhury Litchfield 

Salem N-w London 

Salisbury L'tchfield 

Sandy Hook Fairfield 

SaUKi.tuck Fairfield 

Sa.vlirooU Middlesex 

Sa\ brook Ferry Mid^tlesex 

Seitico Hartfurd 

Scotland Windham 

Seymour New Haven 

Sharon Litchfielii 

Sherman Fairfield 

S'msliury Hartford 

Smith'sRidge Fairfield 

Somers To' land 

Somorsville Tolland 

South Britain New Haven 

So'jthbury New Haven 

South-Canaan Li'chfi Id 

Sotith Coventry Tolland 

South ford New Haven 
South Glastonbury Hart ord 

Southinirtoii Hartford 

South Killingly . Windham 

South Lyme New London 
South Manchester Hartford 

South Nirfolk _ Litchfield 

South Norwalk " Fairfield 

South port Fairfield 

Southville Litchfield 

SouthWindham Windham 

South 'Windsor Hartford 
Soith Woodstock Wind am 

Square Pond Tolland 

Staflord Tolland 

Staft'ordville Tolland 

Stam'oril Fairfield 

Stanwieh Fairfield 

Stafford Springs Tolland 

Stepney Fairfield 

Stepney Depot Fairfield 

Sterling 'Windham 

sterlins Hill Windham 

to ly Creek New Haven 

Stonington New London 

Stratford Fairfield 

^^uftield Hartford 

Tarifl'ville Hartford 

Terrvsville Litchfield 

Tiiomeston Litehfield 

Thompson 'Windham 

Thorn psonvillo Hartford 

Tolland Tolland 

Torrin-ford LHel.field 

Torrin;,'ton L'tchfield 

Trumbull Fairfield 
Trumbull Long Hill Fairfield 

Torner^ville Tolland 

Tncasville New London 

l-'nion Tolland 

ITnionville Hartford 

■Vernon Tolland 

Vernon Depot Tolland 

Volnutown AVindhani 

Wallinsl'ord New Haven 
W arehouse Point Hartford 

\\'arren Litclificdd 

V\a<hinston Litehfield 

Waterlntry New Haven 

Waterford New London 

Watertown Litehliel i 

Waterville New Haven 

Wauregan Windham 

Weatoqiie Hartfoid 

West Ash ford Windham 

West Avon Hartford 

\\ estbrook Jliddlesex 

West Cheshire New Haven 

West Chester New London 

West Cornwall Litchfield 

Westford Windham 

VV est Uoshou Litchfield , 



Punt Ofire. 

AVcst Oranby 
West Hartford 
West Hart'and 
Wett Haven 
West Killinfily 
West Meriden 
'Westminster 
West Norfolk 
West Norwalk 
Weston 
Westpr.rt 
West Redding 
West Staiford 
AVest Suffield 
West Thompson 
Wes'.v'lle 
West Willinjrton 
West Win-itead 



Co mi I J/. 

Hartford 
Hartn.rd 
Harlf rd 
New llav.n 
Windham 
New Hav n 
Windhi m 
Litchli. Id 
Fairfi. Id 
Fairfield 
Fairti.ld 
Fairtield 
Tollnid 
Hartford 
Windham 
New Haven 
Tolland 
Litchfield 
AVindham 
Hartford 
Windham 
Tolland 
Faivfirid 
Winchester Center Litcbfirld 
ndemere 



\V;.^t W 

Wethersfield 

AVillimantio 

Willingtou 

Wilton 



l^tock 



Windham 
i Windsor 
A\'iudsor Locks 
AVindsorvillo 
Winaipaak 
AVinstead 
Winthrop 
Wollcott 
Wolcottville 
VA'oodbury 
Woodstock 
Woodstock Valley 
WoidviUe 
Yantic 



Win.]':::,., 

Hart ■,, .1 

Hartr,:rd 

Hartford 

P%iirfield 

Litcbfield 

Middlesex 

New Haven 

Litchfield 

Litchfield 

AA''indham 

AVindham 

Litchfi.dd 

New Lonil 



Delaware. 



Post Offic 



County. 



Anirola Sussex 

Black Bird New Castlo 
Blackstonc's [Kj Roads Kent 

Black AVater Sussex 
Bridseville 

Camden Kent 

Cant-rbury Kent 

Cedar Creek Sussex 

Centerville New Castle 

Chippewa " 
Christiana 

C'avmont " 

Clayton Kent 

Cincord Sussex 

Conerdale Sussex 

Cooch's Rridge New Castlo 

Dagsboroufrh Sussex 

neakynevillo New Castle 

Delaware City New Castlo 

Delmar Sussex 

Dover Kent 

Draw Bridfre Stissex 

Farminston Kent 
Fclton Station 

Frankford Sussex 

Frederica Kent 

Oeorgetown Sussex 

(Jlasgow New Castle 

fi'veenwood Sussex 

Onmborouph Sussex 
Hall's Store 

Hare's Corners New Castle 

Flarrinijton Kent 
ITazIofvillp 

HenrvCIai Factory NewCastle 

Hecki'ssin New Castle 

Houston Sussex 

Hollvvi''e Sussex 

Ke t n Kent 

Kirkwood New Castlo 

Laurel Sussex 

Leipsic Kent 

Lewis Sussex 
Little Creek Landing Kent 

Lovcville New Castle 

Lowe's X Roads Sussex 

McClellandsville New Castlo 

IMoorton Kent 

McDonoHgh New Castle 

Magnolia Kent 

Marshy Hope Bridge •• 

Mermaid New Castle 

ATiddleford Sussex 

Middletown NewCisiie 

Milford Ken 



POST OFFICES DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA— FLORIDA- GEORGIA, 



Post Ofice. 


County. 


Millsborough 


Sussex 


Milton 


• • 


Newark 


NewCaitl.. 


New Castle 




Newport 


*• 


Odessa, 


New Castle 


Pearson's Corner Kent| 


Pleasant Hill 


New CasJc 


Port Ponn 




Red Lion 




Saint (j-eorse'3 




Seaford 




Selbyville 




Smyrna 


Kent 


Stanton 


New Castle 


Sammit Bridge 


♦ * 


To wnsend's Station " I 


Tiinnell's Store 


Sussex 


Vernon 


Kent 


Willow Grove 


• ' 


Wilmington 


New Castle 


Dist. ColiiMl)ia. 


Post Office. 


Co>inty. 


Georgetown 


Washington 


Oak Grore 


AVashington 


Tennallytown 


Washingtor. 


Uniontuwu 


Washington 


Washington City 


Washington 


Florida, 


Post Office. 


County. 


AdamsviUe 


Sumter 


Alafia 


Hillsborough 


Almirante 


Walton 


Ancilla 


Jefferson 


Apalacliicola 


Franklin 


Archer 


Alachua 


Aspalaga 


Gadsden 


Atsena Otie 


Levy 


Augusta 


Benton 


Austinville 


Santa Rosa 


Bailey's Mill 


Leon 


Baldwin 


Duval 


Barlier'3 


Columbia 


Bay Port 


Hernando 


Beaselev 


Jefferson 


Belleville 


Hamilwn 


Benhaden 


Wakulla 


Benton 


Columbia 


Black Dirt 


Levy 


Blount's Ferry 


Columbia 


Blue Creek 


Liberty 


Bristol 




Bronson 


Levy 


Bluff Spring 


Escambia 


Oallahans 


Nassau 


Campbelltou 


Jackson 


Camp Izard 


Jliri.oi 



Camp Yard 
Cane Brake 
Cedar Tree 
Ceuterville 
Cerro Gordo 
Chattaiioociie 
Cherry Lake 
China'Hill 
Clay Land 



]\Iarion 
Holmes 
Hordandn 
Leon 
Holmes- 
Gadsden 
JIadison 
Gadsden 
L 



Clear WaterHarbor Hillsboro' 



Clifton 

Columbus 

Concoril 

Coon Hill 

Cork 

Corn Hill 

Cottage 

Crystal River 

Duugiassville 

Durham 

Kast River 

Eionfieia 

Ei<;ht Mile 

EUisville 

Enterprise 

Etoniah 

Fayettevillo 

Fernandina 

FinhoUoway 

Flemington 

Fort Dade 

Furt Gates 



Post Office. 

Fort Hamilton 

Fort Jetlersoa 

Fort Mead 

Gainesville 

Greenwood 

Hamburg 

HawkinsviUe 

Hibernia 

Hodgson's Distillery 

Houston 

Hantsville 

I chetucknee 

Indian River 

lola 

Jacksonville 

Jamonia 

Jasper 

Jennings 

Key West 

King's Ferry 

Knox Hill 



County. 

Sladison 

Monroe 

Hlllsborou-h 

Alachua 

Jackson 

Madison 

Orange 

Duval 

Leon 

Suwannee 

Columbia 

Columbia 

Brevard 

Marion 

Duval 

Leon 

Hamilton 

Monroe 
Nassau 
Walton 



Post Office. 

Vernon 

Waeahootie 

Waldo 

Wardville 

Warrington 

Water Oak 

Wankeenah 

Wckeira 

laka 
White Springs 

How Bluff 



County. 



Post OJlce. 



Madison 

Columbia 

Gadsd n 

Santa Rosa 

Hillsborough 

Marion 

Hernando 

Walton 

Columbia 

Walton 

Washington 

Walton 

Columbi;i 

Volusia 

Putnam 

Lafayette 

Nassau 

JIadison 

Marion 

Hernand 

Putnam 



Lake Butler Court House 

New River 

Lake City Columbia 

Lake Georare Putnam 

Lake Griffin Marion 

Lake Harris Sumier 

Letshatcliee Louuders 

Ijewisville Nassau 

Little River Columbia 

Long Pond Levy 

Long Swamp Marion 

Mcintosh Latayette 

McL..-llanville Santa Rosa 

M. Queen Lafavette 

IMadison C H Madison 

Magnolia Mills Duval 
Manatee Hillsborough 

Mandarin Duval 

Mariana Jackson 

.Mavport Mills Daval 

Mellonville Marion 

Miami Dade 

Micanopy Alachua 

Miccosukee Leon 

Middleburg Duval 

Midway Gadsden 

Millno'od Jackson 

Milton Santa Rosa 

Monticello Jefferson 

Morrison's Mills Alachua 

Moselv Hall Madison 

Mount Pleasant Gadsden 

N"ew Boston Suwannee 

Newnansville Alachua 

Newport Wakulla 

Vew River Columbia 

Xew Smvrna Orang 

Oakland' Orang 

Oeola Marion 

Ocean Pond New Rive 

Oehesee Callioun 

Olustee New River 

Orange Hill Washington 

Orange Lake Jlarioii 

Oranie Mills St Johus 

Orange Spring Orau'^e 

Palau Clay 

Palestine Columbia 

Palmyra Sumter 

Pawtuxett Wakulla 

Pensacola Santaa 

Picolata St Johus 

Pierceville Hernando 

Pilutka Pu'nani 

Ponce D^.eon Holm - 

Providence Columbia 

Qnincy Gadsden 
Rickoe's Bluff 

St. Andrew'sBay Washington 

St. Austine St. J ihus 

St. Helena Columbia 

St. Mark's Wakulla 
Sanderson Station New River 



Washington Brandon 
Marion Brasstown 
Alachua Brick Store 
'Valton Rrooksville 
Escambia | Rroad River 
Muscogeel Crowu's 
Jefferson i Krown's Bridge 
Levy Brownsville 
Putnam i Brusliy Branch 



Hamilton 
Duval 



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Post Office. 

Abbeville 

Acworth 

Adairsville 

Adams 

Air Line 

Albany 

Alexander 

Allendale 

AUatoona 

Allen's 

.Al pharetta 

.Alpine 

Amandaville 

Americus 

Ami 

Amicalola 

Ammy's Creek 

Anderson 

Audersonville 

Anthony Shoals 

Antiocli 

Appling 

Arjuilla 

Arabia 

Argo 

Armuchee 

Asburv 

Atl^cn's 

Atlanta 

AtLi pulgu3 

\u) urn 
An, usta 
Au) aria 
Ava 

Biiley's Mills 
Bail bridge 
Baiidstown 
R^M.-^pri g 
Ball Ground 
Baroesville 
Barrettsville 
Barker's Store 
iiascum 
Sacesville 
'!ear Creek 

leard's Creek 
Bel air 
Belleview 
Bdton 
Benevolence 
Bengal 
Berkshire 
:'.crsheba 
Borzelia 
Beslin 



County. 



Sandy Ford 
S a (I Point 
Sikesville 
Shell Point 
Silver Spring 
Sopchoppy 
Spring Grove 
Starke 
Sugar Grove 
umtcrville 
Suwannee Shoals 
Tallah.assee 
Tampa 
Tocoi 

Trail Ridge 
Tustenuggee 
ITchoe Anna 
Volusia 



Jefferson 

Volusia 

Levy 

Wakulla 

Marion 

Wakulla 

Suwannee 

New River 

Alachua 

•Sumter 

Columbia 

Leon 

Hillsborough 

St. Johns 

Clay 

Columbia 

Walton 

Volusia 



Betblehem 

B'g Creek 

Bi'iShautee 

Bio 

Black Creek 

Black Shear 

Black Spring 

P.laden Creek 

Blairsville 

Blakely 

Rloomfield 

Blouutsville 

Blowing Cave 

Blue Creek 

Blue Ridie 

Bluff Spring 

Boggess 

BoldSpring 

Boltonville 

Boston 

Bottsford 

Rowdon 

Bowensville 

Rowersville 

Box Spring 

BoxvilU 



Wilcox 

Cobb 

Cass 
Irwin 

Hart 
Baker 
Burke j Camilla 



BruB 
Buchanan 

Buck Creek 

Buck Kye 

Buck Head 

Buena Visca 

Buffalo 

Buford 

Bull Creek 

Busbyville 

Butler 

Byrd'6 Mills 

Bj'romville 

Byron 

Cains 

Cairo 

Calhoun 



Habersham 

Cass 

Richmond 

Milton 

Chatooga 

Elliert 

Sumpter 

Forsyth 

Lumpkin 

Habersham 

Whitfield 

Sumter 

Elbert 

Troup 

Columbia 

Franklin 

Thomas 

Hall 

Floyd 

Troup 

Clark 

Fullon 

Decatur 

Gwinnett 

Richmond 

Lumpkin 

Lowudes^ 

Gord.iu 

Djcatur 

Oslethorpe 

Franklin 

Chero'iee 

Pi lie 

Lumnkin 

Flovd 

Scrivln 

Haber»hani 

Menrv 

L bcrtV 

Pic imon'a 

Talbot 

Franklin 

Raudol pb 

B illock 

Gw tinett 

Kenry 

C 1 mbia 

Banks 

Glynn 

Forsytli 

Cobli 

Hart 

Scriveu 

Pierce 

Baldwin 

Stewart 

Unior 

Earl \ 

Wortl 

Jone- 

Decatur 

Habersham 

Gilmer 

Talbot 

Campbell 

Franklin 

Colli. 

Thoma,- 

Sumtei 

Carroll 

Franklin 
Talbot 



Campbellton 

Cane Creek 

Canoochee 

Canton 

Cirdeville 

Carnesville 

Carrol Hon 

Cartersville 

Carticay 

Cassandra 

Cassvillo 

Catawba 

Catooso 

Gatoo^i Spring 

Cave Spring 

Cedar Branch 

Cedar Creek 

Cedar Grove 

Cedar Spring 

Cedartown 

Center 

Center Valley 

Center Village 

Central Point 

CbalybeateSprings Meriwether 

Chapel Hill Campbell 



County. 

Gwinnett 
Union 

Newton 

Randolph 

Elbert 

Cobb 

Forsvth 

Pauld'ing 

Berrien 

Glynn 

Haralson 

Scriven 

Laurens 

JI organ 

Marion 

Carroll 

Randolph 

Tatnall 

Houston 

Taylor 

Coffee 

Dooly 

Houston 

Gwinnett 

Decatur 

Gordon 

IMitchell 

Campbell 

Walker 

Emanuel 

Cherokee 

Jones 

Franklin 

Carroll 

Cass 

Gilmer 

Walker 

Casi 

Harris 

Lumpkin 

Catoosa 

Floyd 

Campbell 

Floyd 

Walker 

Early 

Polk 

Talbot 

Murray 

Camden 

Carroll 



Chanccville 

Chascville 

Chattoogaville 

Gheehero 

Cherokee Mills 

Chenuba 

Cherrv Grove 

Chestnut Flat 

Chestnut Gap 

Chestnut Mountain 

Chickasawhatchee 

Chinkapin Grove 

Choestoe 

Church HiU 

OlarUsville 

Clay H U 

Clayton 

Clavville 

Clinton 

Clyattsville 

Coal Mountain 

Cohuttah Springs 

Colaparchee 

Cold Water 

Uol man's Depot 

Colquitt 

(Columbus 

Columbia Mine 

Concord 

Convenient 

Oonyers 

Cook's Law Office 

Cool Spring 

Coosa 

Coosawattee 

Co>'elaud 

Corinth 

Cork 

Cornucopia 

.'ntta'^e Mill 

(\,tt..nll 11 

County Liue 

Covington 

Cow Creek 

Craftsville 

Crawford 

Crawfordsville 

Crosbv 



Montgomery I Cross Greek 



Carroll 
Murray 
Chattooga 
Rabun 
Cherokee 
Terrell 
Gwinnett 
M'alker 
Gilmer 
Hall 
Lee 
Gwinnett 
Union 
Marion 
Habersham 
Lincoln 
Rabun 
Telfair 
Jonei 
Low uUe* 
Forsyth 
JI array 
Monroe 
Elbert 
Randolph 
Miller 
Muscogee 
Columbia 
Fulton 
Floyd 
N e w ton 
Elbert 
Wilkinson 
Floyd 
Murray 
Telfair 
Heard 
Butts 
Jones 
Chattahoochee 
Clay 
Campbell 
Newton 
Clinch 
Elbert 
Oglethorpa 
Taliaferr© 
Habersham 
Pul&skl 



POST OFFICES GEORGIA. 



Pvtl Ofirt. 

Orou Krjt 

Orour lU 

OalloUvn 

Cnltoriua 

Cummiug 

Cumliue 

C.irr>'t Milli 

rurtriiilil 

Cjuclla 

Calhbrrt 

Oul Uff 

UahloucA 

I)«llu 

tMUia 

UiaioUvillo 

IXuTlllo 

I>uun 
I>*rk I' rncr 

U*.i. Cnvk 

DawtuQ 

DawMuvillo 

Decatur 

Pol hi 

Dcunii 

Ddorland 

D.' .S.to 

Dirt Toirn 

Doctor Tu«n 

DjuMu Rraiiclies 

DoubU' llrxiioi 

DjuLU- Wclli 

DoU^llUd 

Dover 

Urakvtown 

Dnirton 

Drv' forks 

Dr> L.Ike 

Dry Poiid 

Djini' Street 

Diblin 

Duck Creek 

DoDcanvillo 

Dyko' Store 

B.i|rlc ciiir 

Baffle 'iruvo 

Kut Point 

Elton tna 

KbcDvicr 

KJen 

KJcuHeld 

Bopt 

Klbcrton 

Bl-nor 

EUaville 

KMcrilie 

B>l>:jar 

Empirv Mill] 

Knon (irove 

Erutut 

Erin 

l->om UiU 

Etna 

Etotra 

Eubanks 

Euharlcy 

E'cretf « Spring 

Facevillc 

Kairburn 

Kkirmount 

F <r Flay 

Kairvicw 

F»n-r Hill 

Farmer's Aeadcm; 

F»rnnr»i-ille 

Fiirinington 

Faycttrillu 

Feon'i Bridge 

Fer»nia 

Fillmore 

Fi»h Dim 

Flat I'ond 

Flat K>ck 

Fl>t Hh.ialt 

Flint Mill 

Flint Kirer Factory 

Flinurillc 

Florcnrc 

FloTd Snrinni 

Ford'« Store 

For.yth 

Fart ftiifflnictoQ 

Fort <J»ineii 

Fort haniar 

Fort Valley 

Foiter'. Miila 

FraioL'tta 

Franklin 

Franklin Spring! 

Vr«4«riea 



County. 

Do Kalb 

Luiupkiu 

Moiirue 

llaucoik 

Foriytii 

Ilabernhum 

WuliiiiK'oii 

yrci'iu- 

Oballahooubue 

Kuiidolpb 

U alton 

Lumpkin 

J'uuldlll)! 

'Wliithi'lil 

Kurly 

Wilkes 

Aladisou 

Sumter 

Meluto."!! 

('>im|.l.-n 

Wualiiiigt >n 

Fors V I h 

■IVriell 

D.iudon 

D. Kali. 

Wilkes 

Put II urn 

Worth 

Paildiiip 

Ctiiitiooga 

Wayue 

Lineuln 

l-pson 

WMri-.-n 

Coilw 

Terrell 

raiildiiij; 

L)i)oly 

Oglethorpe 

Thomas 

Jackson 

Habersham 

Lauren.s 

Walker 

Thomas 

FlovJ 

WMlk'er 

Elhert 

Fultou 

Putnam 

Mort;au 

Effingham 

Irwin 

Effingham 

Klbert 

Bihli 

Sehlev 

llairM 

Oilmer 

Campbell 

ileurU 

Franklin 

Meriwether 

Polk 

Paulding 

Cuss 

Columbia 

Cass 

Floyd 

Decatur 

Campbell 

Gordon 

Morgan 

Franklin 

Murray 

JIacon 

Chntlojga 

Cla ke 

Fayette 

Jeflerson 

Cortee 

Whittield 

Elbert 

Lee 

Henry 

Meriwether 

Carrol I 

Unsion 

Franklin 

Stewart 

Flovd 

Frnnkfin 

Mon roe 

Cherokee 

Clay 

IfadiHon 

Houston 

Cherokee 

Marion 

Heard 

Franklin 

.Ulynu 



roti Office. 

Free Bridge 

Frueniunsville 

h'rienddhip 

Kriek'n Oap 

Krver'n Pond 

K oil on 

Furlow'8 

(iaUdistuwn 

Itaineavillo 

tjarirell 

(iatesville 

(Jay Ion 

lieneva 

(ieursetown 

(ieor,;ian 

(;iuntsville 

(Jllsoii 
liUI liUi 

liiUsville 
; I lard 
i.lasgow 
(i.-iialia 
01 iin Grove 
Gleninoru 
(iiod Ilopo 
linod man's y. Road 
Goodsoo 
G odw II 
Gordon 
Goshen 
Grangersville 
(irantville 
GravsviUe 
Green Hill 
(ireenbush 
Green Cut 
(Jreentield 
(Jreensborough 
Greenville 
Grestville 
• Jrittin's Mills 
Grillin 

Griswoldvilla 
GioovcrviUo 
Grove 

(frove Level 
Gum Creek 
G;im Pond 
Guyton 
Haliira 
ll.i'.evondale 
Ilailoea 
Haiiiliurg 
Hamilton 
Hannahatehie 
Haralson 
Harmony Grove 
Harris' .Mills 
Hartweli 
Hassler's Mills 
HawkinsviUe 
Haywood 
Hayneville 
Head ofTeaajssee 
Hearnville 
Hebron 
Henderson 
Hernddu 



County. 

Gordon 

31 i I ton 

Stewart 

Walker 

Burke 

CobL 

Calhoun 

Union 

Hull 

Campbell 

Karl) 

Efliiighiuu 

TaU.oi 

Quitman 

Franklin 

H nr\ 

Glasscock 

Uougherty 

Hall 

Burke 

Thouia 

Mar i 01 

Fayette 

Ware 

Walton 

B Harris 

SpaUlini; 

iM-.inklin 

Wilkiusuii 

Lincoln 

Macon 

Coweta 

CalO'jsii 

Stewart 

Walker 

Burke 

CobiuitI 

Greene 

Meriwether 

L i be r ty 

Lowndes 

SpauUliiit! 

Jones 

Brooks 

Elbert 

Franklin 

Dool V 

Mitchell 

ERingliani 

Lowndes 



Hiav 

Hickory Flat 

Hickory (Jiove 

Hickorv Level 

High Point 

Hi^h Shoals 

Hi/h Tower 

Hillsborough 

Hinesville 

Hobbie 

Hogansville 

Hog Mountain 

Holcomhe 

Hollingsworth 

Holly Oreek 

Homer 

Homersville 

HolmeHvillo 

Hopeful 

Hot House 

Honse Creek 

Houston 

Houston Factory 

Howard ' 

Hiintsville 

Ida 

Indian Springs 

Irbysville 

Irwin's X Roads 

IrwinsviUe 



Seriveii 

Chattahoochee 

Maeon 

Harris 

Stewart 

Coweta 

Jieksen 

Dawson 

Hart 

Jliu-ray 

Pulaski 

Washington 

Houston 

Kabuu 

Putnam 

Washingto:: 

Houston 

Burke 

Towns 

Cherokee 

Crawford 

Carroll 

M'alker 

Slorgan 

Forsyth 

* Jasper 

Liberty 

D.kK 

Trou). 

Hall 

Burk.' 

Habersham 

M urra \ 

Banks 

Clinch 

Applin. 

Burke 

Fannin 

J r w i n 

Heard 

Houston 

Taylor 

Paulding 

VJreene 

Butts 

Fulton 

Washington 

Irwin 

"Wilkinson 

Worth 

Hancock 

Uuiuu 



Post Office. 

Jackson 

Jacksonville 

■ lamestowu 

Jasper 

Jateel 

Jcl'erson 

Jetlersonton 

Jeltersoiiville 

Johnson's Station 

Johnsionville 

Juiiesborough 

Junes' Mills 

Jubilee 

J lino 

Kedroa 

Kiiii 

Kingston 

Kiokee 

Kuoxville 

Laiayeice 
! La Grange 

Lanier 

Laurel Hill 
I Lauren's Hill 
I LawrenceviUe 
I Lawson 
\ L:iH ton 
iLcakesville 
I Leathersville 

Leo 

Lester's District 

Lexington 

Liberty Hill 

Lime Sink 

Lincolnton 

Linton 

L i u w uod 

Little Prairi* 

Little River 

Little York 

Locust Grove 

Lodi 

Logaiiville 

Lonil ardj' 

Long Branch 

Long Cane 

Long Street 

Lookout Station 

Lost Mountain 

Loudsville 

Louisville 

Lovejoy's Station 

Lumber City 

Lumpkin 

LuthersviUe 

Lvthonia 

McBeen Depot 

McDonough 

McKlveensville 

McGuire's Store 

-Mclutire 

Mcintosh 

McRae's Store 

Macon 

JIadison 

Madison Springs 

Magnolia 

Mallorysville 

Marble Works 

Marcus 

Marietta 

Marion 

Marshallsville 

Matlock 

Maxey 
I May field 
I Mechanicsville 
(Mehille 
Middle Ground 

.Middle Ridge 

.Middle River 

Midville 

-Mil ford 

-Millard 

Mill Creclc 

Mille.lgcville 

Millen 

Mill Grove 

Mill Haven 

.Mill Ray 

.Mill Stone 

Mill Town 

.Millwood 

Miluer 

.Milton 

.Alineral Bluff 
Minton 

Missionary Station 
Mobley Poud 
-Moccasin 
.Monroe 
Moutevideo 



Counlij. 

Butts 
Tel lair 
Mnseoeee 
Pickens 
Meriwether 
Jackson 
Camden 
Twiggs 
Melulosh 
Monroe 
Fayette 
Meriwether 
Warren 
Lumpkin 
C.weta 
Chattahoochee 
Cass 
Columbia 
Craw.ord 
Walker 
Tioup 
Macon 
Carroll 
Laurens 
Gwinnett 
Wilcox 
Clinch 
Jasper 
Lincoln 
White 
Uurk 
Oglethorpe 
Pi lie 
Decatur 
Lincoln 
Hancock 
Randolph 
Cass 
Cherokee 
Montgomery 
Henry 
Coweta 
Walton 
Ctdumbia 
Tatuall 
Troup 
Pulaski 
Dade 
Cobb 
Habersham 
Jeftersou 
Clayton 
Tei fan- 
Stewart 
Meriwether 
DeKalb 
Richmond 
Henrv 
Bake'r 
Floyd 
Wilkinson 
Liberty 
Telfair 
Bibb 
Morgan 
Madison 
Clinch 
Wilkes 
Pickens 
Jackson 
Cobb 
Twiggs 
Macon 
Tatnall 
Oglethorpe 
Warren 
Jaspji 
Chattooga 
Sc riven 
Xewton 
Franklin 
Burke 
Baker 
Stewart 
Union 
Baldwin 
Burke 
Cobb 
Scriven 
Bullock 
Oglethorpe 
Berrien 
Dooly 
Pike 
Wilkinson 
Fannin 
Irwin 
Floyd 
Scriven 
Rabui 
Walton 
Hart 



Foal Office. 

Montezuma 
Morgan 

Morganton C. H, 
.Morris Station 
Morveu 
.Mosely's Store 
.Moultrie 
.Mountain Hill 
Mountain Scene 
Mountain Town 
.Mount Carmel 
Mount Eolia 
Mount Iliekory 
.Mount I'leasaut 
iMount Vernon 
-Mountville 
Aiouut Yonah 
-Mount Zion 
Mullerry 
-Mulberry Grove 



.Na 



ehee 



V ail's Creek 

Nankiu 

Niomi 

Nashville 

Nay lor 

-N'ebraska 

Nelson 

New Agency 

Newborn 

New Bridge 

New Manchester 

New Market 

Newnan 

Newsville 

Newton 

Newton Factory 

Newtown 

Nochway 

Noonday 

Oak Bower 

Oak Grove 

Oak Hill 

Oaklnnd 

Oak Ridse 

Oemulgc'eville 

Oconee 

Oetavia 

Odchodkee 

Ogeechee 

Oglethorpe 

Okapilco 

O'Neal's Mills; 

Oothculoga 

Oijhir 

Orange 

Owen's Ferry 

Oxford 

Pachitta, 

Palmetto 

Palo Alto 

Pal OS 

Paoli 

Pardues 

Paris 

Parker's Store 

Patterson 

Peaks 

Pentield 

Perry 

Perry's Mills 

Phi Delta 

Philomath 

Pierceville 

Pinckncyville 

Pine Log 

Pine Mountain 

Pineville 

Piscola 

Plains of Dura 

Pleasant Hill 

Pleasant Retreat 

Poindexter 

Point Peter 

Polksville 

Puinaria 

Pond Fork 

Pond Spring 

Pope Hill 

Poplar Springs 

Poverty Hill 

Powder Springs 

Poweltou 

Powers 

Powersville 

Prattsbnrg 

Preston 

Prince Edward 

Proctor's Store 

Providence 

Pryor 

I'umpkiu Pile 



County. 

Macon 

Calhoun 

Fannin 

Quitman 

Brooks 

Franklin 

Colr,uitt 

Harris 

Towns 

Gilmer 

Henry 

Towns 

Chattooga 

Glynn 

Montgomery 

Trou p 

Habersham 

Hancock 

Jackson 

Harris 

Haliersham 

Franklin 

Brooks 

Walker 

Berrien 

Lowndes 

Columbia 

Cobb 

Taylor 

Newton 

Lumpkin 

Campbell 

Monroe 

Coweta 

Haralson 

Baker 

Xewton 

Cobb 

Randolph 

Cobb 

Hart 

Fulton 

Kew ton 

Hall 

Meriwether 

CoReo 

Washington 

Early 

Randolph 

Scriven 

Macon 

Lowndes 

Troup 

Cass 

Cherokee 

Camden 

Newton 

Calhoun 

Coweta 

Jasper 

Gwinnett 

JIadison 

Houston 

Coweta 

Franklin 

Pierce 

Heury 

Greene 

Houston 

Tatnall 

Franklin 

Oglethorpe 

Gilmer 

Gwinnett 

Cass 

Rabun 

Marion 

Lowndes 

Sumter 

Talbot 

Lumpkin 

Schley 

Oclethorpe 

Hall 

Clay 

Jackson 

Walker 

Jeflerson 

Hall 

Jones 

Cobb 

Hancock 

Terrell 

Houston 

Talbot 

Webster 

Gilmer 

Monroe 

Suinter 

Baker 

PoU 



POST OFFICES ILLINOIS. 



Post Office. 

Pumpkin Yino 

Quel.(.-c 

Quitman 

(•)uitu 

k.idior.l's JlilU 

Ravsville 

Eavtown 

Be"d Jlird 

Red Bluff 

Kod Bud 

R.-d Cliiy 

Red Oak 

Reedv Creek 

Rehn'l.oth 

Reidsvilla 

Rl- 11 wick 

Repose 

R.pulilican 

Resaca 

Rs} nolds 

RioclioTough 

Richland 

Rielimond Faotorv 



County, 



Post OMre. 



Couniy. 



Post Office. 



Panldinp; StephensviUe 



RidaU-sviUe 

Ringgold 

Rio 

Rising Fawn 

Rivertown 

Rockalo 

Rockbridge 

Rock Spring 

Rocky Mount 

Rocky Plains 

Roll in 

Rome 

Rose Hill 

Rossville 

RoswcU 

Rothcrwnod 

Rongli and ReaJj 

' uekervillo 

Rural Vale 

Kushville- 

KnsscUvillo 

Butk-'ige 

Saint Cloud 

Saint Mary's 

Saffold 

Salrm 

Saltillo 

Salt Siring 

Saluda 

SalulaFarra 

Sandi.'rsvillo 

Sand liill 

Sandy Kidge 

Sapf.iugton 

Sardis 

Santa Lucah 

Saunder.stowu 

Savannah 

Saw Dust 

Sawney's Mountain 

Scarboro' 

ScienceviUe 

Screven 

Scull Shoals 

Seven Islands 

Seward 

Shady Dale 

Sharon 

Sharp 

Sharp Top 

Sheffield 

Sheltonville 

Shoal Creek 

Skitt's Mountain 

Smithville 

Snapping Shoals 

Sneed 

Snow Hill 

Social Circle 

Soda Town 

Sof key 

Sonora 

South Newport 

Sparta 

Spier's Turnou 

Spring 

Spring Oreek 

Springti* Id 

Siiring Phice 

Stan fordv ilia 

Stark 

Starkville 

Starrsvilla 

State feline 

Statenville 

States ^orougll 

Steam Factory 

Steam Mill 

Stevens 



Sumter St 

Brooks Scilesborough 
Talbot St')ckl;ridge 
Lowndes Stock Hill 
Columbia Stockton 
Taliaferro Stone Mountain 
Dallas Stithville 
Coflee Sabligno 
Gordon Sucar Creek 
Whitfield Sugar Hill 

Fayette Sugar Valley 
Jeflerson Sugnee 

Wilkes Sulphur Springs 
Tatnall Summervale 
Lee Summerville 
Haralson Sumterville 
Warren Suwanee 
Gordon Suwanoochee 
Taylor Swainsboro' 
Liberty Sweet Water 
Stewart Sylvania 
Richmond Tail's Creek 
Tall.ottom 
Talking Rook 
Tidlapoosa 
TuUokas 
Tally 
Talmage 
Tanville 
Traversville 
Taylor's Creek 
Tazewell 
Tebeanville 
Teloga Springs 
'I'emperance 
"■ nnille 
The Rock 
Thomaston 
Thnmasville 
Thompson 
Ti-Ti 
TiL-er 
Tilton 
Tired Creek 
Tompkiiisville 
Toomlishorough 
Town Creek 
Track Rook 
Trader's Hill 
Trenton 
Trion Factory 
Troup Factory 
Troupville 
Troy 

Tunnel Hill 
Turin 
Twiggsville 
Union Jlills 
Union Point 
Uuiouville 
Upper King 'sBridj 
Upatole 
Utoy 
VaUlosta 
Valley Store 
Vaiin's Valley 
Van Wert 
Vanzandt's Store 
Varneir tStation 
Vernon 

Vickery's Creek 
Vienna 
Villauov,- 
Villa Rica 
Walesca 
Wallace 
Lumpkin Walnut Grove 
Newton, Walnut Hill 

Lee' Waltliourvilie 
Catoosa' Walton's Ford 
Walton I Wari-sb. .rough 
Taylorl War Hill 

Warm Springs 
Warnerville 
Warrentou 
Warsaw 



Wilkinson i Whalcy 's Mills 
Montgoin^-ry I Wliite House 
CassiWhitr Oak 
H-ury I White Path 
X'nlon I White Plains 



Clinch White Sulphur Springs 



Count!/. 

Terrell 
Henry 
Columbia 
Gilmer 
Greene 



De Kalb 

Fayette' Whits Water 
CI attootia ' \\ hitesvilla 
Tel fair Whitney 

Hall I Willoa Grove 
Gordon VViraberley 
Havershani i Winchester 
Hall j Windsor 
Klbertl Winfield 



Washington 

Catoosa 

Coweta 

Dade 

Campbell 

Heard 

Gwinnett 

Walker 

Meri weth 

Newton 

Fanniu 

Floyd 

Union 

Walkei 

Cobl: 

Carroll 

Fayette 

Elbert 

Whitfield 

Appling 

ilouroe 

Morgan 

Heard 

Camden 

Early 

Clark 

Wayne 

Camphell 

Coweta 

Dade 

Washington 

Carroll 

Henry 

St. Louis 

Burke 

G.lnier 

Picken< 

Chatham 

Columbia 

Forsyth 

Scriven 

Stewart 

Appling 

Greene 

Butts 

Montgomery 

Jasper 

Taliaferro 

Bibb 

Cherokee 

Newton 

Forsvch 

Hall 



Chattoo-;a 

Lee 

Gwinnett 

Clineh 

Emmanuel 

Gwinnett 

Seriven 

Gilmer 

Talbot 

Pickens 

Carroll 

Lowndes 

Dawson 



Wisdom's Store 
Woodbury 
Woodlawn 
Wood's Station 
Woodstock 
VVoudville 
Woolev's Ford 
Worthville 
Wrightshoro' 
VVrightsville C. 
Yarborough 
Vellow Creek 
Vellow River 



Baldwin I Vellow Stone 



Warren 

Twiggs 

Liberty 

Marion 

Ware 

Chattooga 

Telfair 

V'ashiugton 

Up^on 



You.ug Cane 
Zebulou 



Meriwether 

Favette 

Harris 

Calhoun 

Coweta 

Carroll 

Macon 

Walton 

Columbia 

Harris 

Meriwether 

Murray 

Catoosa 

Cherokee 

Greene 

Hall 

Butts 

Coluiubia 

:1 . Johnson 

Flovd 

Lumpkin 

Gwinnett 

Polk 

Union 

Pike 



Post Office. 



Thomas 
Columbia; Abingdon 
Colquitt Adams 
Rabun 1 Addison 
Whitfield I Ade 
Decatur 
Carroll 
Wilkinsou 
Gilmer 
Union 
Charlton 
Dade 



Ainsworth Station 
Akin 
Akron 

Albany , 

Albion 
Aldeu 
Aledo 
Chattooga! J^lexanrter 
Troup j Algoui)uiu 
Lowndes Alhambra 
Cherokee! Allen's Springs 
Whitfield Alma 
Coweta Alton 
Twiggs A1 urn, Rock 
Heard Amboy 
Greene Amity 
Monroe Aneona 
Whitfield Andalusia 
Muscoj;ce Andover 
DeKiilb Anna 
Lowndes j Annapolis 
Chatino'^a Annawau 
Floyd! Antioch 
Polk i Appa 



County. 

Kno 

A'iams 
Du Par 

Franklin 
Peor 
Whitesid 
Edwards 
Mellei 
Mcr 
,Mor-au 
BeHenrv 
Mail 



Post Q{: ce. 

Ayer's Point 

Babcock's Grove 

liaden Baden 

Baileyville 

Bainbridge 

I'aldwinville 

Ban'iiston 

Bardolph 

Barclay 

Barreville 

Barrington Station 

Barr's Stoi'o 

Barry 

Basco 

Batavia 

Bates 

Bath 

liayfield 

lieardstown 

Beaver Creek 

Beaver Grove 

Beavertou 

Beaverville 

Beck's Creek 

Bedford 

Bed ford villa 

Bidden 

Bell Air 

Bell Plain 

Belle Prairie 

Belleville 

Bellvicw 

Belvidere 

Boment 

Ueutly Station 

Beuton 

B.rlin 

B._'ruadotte 

Berrytou 

B.-rwick 

Belhalto 

B-thel 

Beulah 

Beverly 

Bible Grove Station 



Counii: 

Washington 

Du Pa;a 

Bond 

Ogle 

Williamson 

Edgar 

Saline 

McDonough 

Ogle 

McHenry 

C.iok 

Macoupin 

Pike 

Hancock 

Kane 

SauL'amon 

Mason 

Pope 

Cass 

B^nd 

Iro|uois 

Boono 

Iro luois 

Shelby 

Pike 

Henderson 

McHenrv 

Crawford 

Marshall 

Hamilton 

St. Clair 

Caliiouu 

Boone 

Piatt 

H .ncock 

Franklin 

SanTainon 

FuUon 

Cass 

Warren 

Madison 

Morgan 

DeKalb 

Adams 

Clay 



De 

Gordon 

Mcintosh 

Haucock 

Jeflerson 

Henry 

Early 

Effingham 

Murray 

Putnam 

Butts 

Lee 

Newton 

Heard 

Echols 

Bullock 

Muscogee 

Decatur 

Oglethorpe 



Fannin 

Whitfield 

Troup 

Forsyth 

Dooly 

Walker 

Carrol! 

ClierokeH 

Jones 

Walton 

Franklin 

liibcrty 

Hahersham 

Ware 

Hall 

Meriwether 

Warren 

Forsyth 



Apple Creek 
Apple Pivei 
Arcadia 
Areola 
Arenzville 
Argo 

Arlington 
A rmenian 
Armington 
Armstrong 
Aroma 
Asbury 
Ash Grove 
Aslikum 
Ashland 
Ashley 
Ashmore 
.Ash Ridge 
umptioD 



Foot Prairie - McHenry 

Bigirsville Henderson 

Big'Muddy Franklin 

Big Neck Adams 

Hig Prairie Logan 

Big Rock Kane 

Big Rush Creek Jo Daviess 

vl Big Spring Shelby 

11 Bie Woods Du Page 

.ei liirminL'ham Schuyler 

Marion I Bishop Hill Henry 

Madison 1 lilackherry Kane 

La Salle! P.laekberry Statiop 

Leej Black Walnut 

Livingston Blair 

!BIairsville 
Rook Island. Blandinsville 
I'.liven'sMill 
Blood's Point 
Bloomfield 
Bloom ingdala 
Bloomingtou 
Bloom ville 



Union 

Craw ord 

Henry 

Laki 

Hancock 

<7reeue 

JoDarie.ss 

Morgan 
C.les 

Ca.- 



e Grass 

e Island 

c Mound 

To 



Carroll 1 Blueville 



Warthen's Store Washington I Astoria 



Warwick 
War Women 
Washington 
Watkinsville 
Waverly Hall 
Waynesboro' 
Waynosville 
'Vay's Station 
Webb's Creek 
Webster Place 
Wellhorn's Mills 
Well's Mills 
Weston 
West Point 



jrih 

Rihun 

Wilkes 

Clark 

Harris 

Burke 

Wayne 

Br van 

Frnnkliu 

Elbert 

Houston 

Lowndes 

Webster 

Troup 



Athc 

Athensville 

Atkinson 

Atlanta 

Atlas 

Attilla 

jVuhurn 

Audubon 

Augnsta 

.\urora 

Ava 

Avery 

Avistoa 

Avon 



Bureau 

Carroll 

Tazewsll 

Wabash 

Kankakee 

La Salle 

Iroquois 

Cass 

Washington 

Cok-s 

Massac 

Christian 

Fulton 

Menard 

Gr.ieiu^ 

Henry 

Logai. 

Pike 

Williamson 

Sangamon 

MontgomL'ry 

Hancock 

Kane 

Jacksou 

Jo Daviess 

Clinton 

Fulton 



Bluff Dale 

Bluff Springs 

Bluftville 

Bolton 

Bond's Point 

B on Pas 

Bonus 

Bonwell 

Book 

Boot 

Bourbon 

Hourbonnais Gr 

Bowensburirh 

Bowling (ireen 

Bovnton 

Hiar-evillo 

Bradford 

Bradley 

Breckinridge 

Breese 

Bremen 

Brickton 

Bridgeport 

Brighton 

Urimfield 

Bristol 

Bristol Station 

Broad Oak 



Ogle 

Randolph 

Williamson 

McDonough 

McHenry 

DeKalb 

Edgar 

Du Page 

McLean 

Kankakee 

Cook 

Vermillion 

Cook 

Macon 

Tazewell 

Cliristian 

Greene 

Cass 

Carroll 

Williamson 

Christian 

Richland 

Boona 

Ed-ar 

Pone 

Richland 

Douglas 

ve Kanliakee 

Haneock 

Favetta 

Tazewell 

G ruiidv 

Stark 

Jai-kson 

P-Pe 

Greene 

Randolph 

Cook 

L.iwrence 

Mai-ou]Mn 

P-'oria 

Kendiill 

Pope 



10 



POST OFFICES — ILLINOIS. 



rati Ojfict. 



County. 



Pott Office. 



County. 



Itp-okhn Schuvler 

Ilp»krilU O'^K- 

Hniaaliig SchiivliT 

nrur« MoDuiioiikIi 

|lrun>«ick IV. inn 

llrtli ('r.-.k Wnvni- 

nr.i«hv lork t'oUs 

Hrtnul I'll I'lii 

nVrk Ilnuiilton 

■•j.k lltrl Clirintiiin 

Hack llurn Ur.wii 

Huda Uiir.'iiii 

llnrnak ViiU Su'plu'iKnn 

nrnialo i;»llntiii 

BuBilu Pr»irio R.««k IsUiiil 

Bh'itJ Al.ir.Mipn 

nuUlcr Iro'iu.iis 

nankrr Hill Muc»u|iiu 

nur«A'i Jiiuctioa Itiirt-uii 

BurVt'Villu Sl.iiir.ie 

BurlihiClua Khiu* 

BuriM Iluiirv 

nuriKvillx SIi.'Doii<>U|;h 

Barnt l'r.iirie U liite 

Btirritl Wiiinfliiigo 

Burtun Adiiins 

Bmlini'lt McDuiiou;ih 

Butlor UuuCgiimvrj' 

B>run U^-Il- 

Cairo AlfXanilur 

Onlxloni* Puliuki 

r«lr<lonik Statioa Buuue 

Calhuim Bichlunil 

Caliimet C'nuk 

I'lmar^o Cuius 

C*iubrid;e lluiiry 

Cam u II ScliiivUr 

Camdin Mills Ruck Ulund 

Caincniti Wanvii 

Campl'vll Coles 

Cinip (trura Sttirk 

Camp Pumt Adams' 

Cantun FuUou 
C*|M- AnnN Rjck Callimiii 

CarlHin CI iff Eock Island 

Carbundiilc Javkjon 

C»rv Sution Mcllunry 

Corlinville Jlacunpin 

C»rlyle Cli t n 

Carnunt Prairie Perrv 

Carmi Wliiu- 

Cirp.-nU-riville Kaiic 

Carthago Hancock 

Carter Sanzaiiion 

Casey Clark 

C»juyvllle St. Clair 

0.1" Dii Pa,'i 

Citlio Vermillion 

Cave Franklin 

Cave in Rock Hardin 

Ca.niK* Livin:;ston 

Ced«r JJliifT Joliiison 

C otral City JIarion 
CcDtmlia 

Center P.,int Kno» 

Center IJi.lge Mercir 

("enire Slau..-litei 

Cerro (Jonlo Piatt 

Ctiamb-.T.i>>iirg Pike 

Chainpiifin Champaien 

Ciian.ll-rv.lle Ca->i 

C'lanuahon Will 

Cliavin JIor-:i.i 

Charl-.t.m Coles 

Chatliam Sangamon 

Clial.H„rih Livingatou 

Cliaitan .■\.ianis 

Clielaiirt Iroiiiois 

ClioI.ea \Vii, 

C.hem,in? McIIenry 

Olieii-y'.OroTt McLean 
Chenii.i 

Cherry fjr .vc Carroll 

Cherry Point City Kdu.r 

J-^M'er Kancloli.li 

Che»t.-r«cIJ Jlaconni,, 

C"''-»20 Cook 

Chllllcothe l"..,r,;; 

Circlevill, TaMMell 

Clark C.Mter CI iil^ 

C'*.v/-.t/ Clav 

c!::ir7-reoV ^'^'"- 
ClearCreek Lauding Alexander 

Cl.rm.inl Kicl.Und 

I^ '."" I>^.' 

nioon Ue\\itt 

Clintoiirilia f- , 

a'i\- II Whitc.ide. 

C«HalI.j Rook iaiau>, 



Coatsbiirg A<lnms 

Ciibb Randolpli 

Clehe-stor JlcUoiiougli 

C..ldSprln? SheUn 

CdlinV Siation Clinfou 

C.llin.HVillo Madi.soii 

CiliiHir MoUonouiJli 

Coluna Station Henry 

Columbia Jlonioe 

Coliinibus Ailiiin.- 

C.iinu WhitesiJes 

Concord Jlorsran 

Coiikey'3 Store Vermilion 

Conlo^ne Ed;.-ar 

Coiutautinople J.isper 

CooperstoMU Brown 

Copenhagen Du 1' .p.- 

(Vippera' Creek Fulton 

Copper Creek Kock Islun.l 

C.r.lova RuekWaiid 

Corinth W ,lli.un.-<oi, 

Cornvillc Ln -^^'lle 

Cittft^c tJrove Douglas 

Cotta.'elliU D'l P''.^e 

Cof.on Hill Saniianion 

Cottonwood Gall.Ui.i 

Cottonwool Grove lionl 

CialteriVilIe Randolph 

Council Hill Jo Daviess 

Council Hill Station " 

Coartland Station DeKalb 

Courtright Mills Iruiuu-s 

Crab Orchard WiUuuiison 

Crawford (;:ii:alin 

CreseeutCity Iru I'.iui.s 

Crete ^ Will 

Ciittenden Franklin 

CrpssKiada Wayne 

Crottv La .Sail,' 

Ci-ovv'Meadows Mar^kall 

Cruger WoHlforl 

Crystal Lake McIIenry 

Cuba F.iltou 

Ciirran San^m"" 

Cv press Creek Johnson 

Dakota Stephenson 

Dallas City Hancock 

Daiviainville Clirist.an 

D.unaseus Steiihenson 

liani-v Du Pa?e 

Diul'ilrth Tazewell 

I)„ive ( ]\!.-Lcan 

n.inviUe Vermillion 

Dirieii Clark 

Darmstadt St. Cllair 

D.irwin Clark 

Davis Stephenson 

Diwson Sangamon 

Davsville Oik- 

D.iyton LaSalU' 

D-an's Corners Lake 

Dearlioi-n McHenry 

Decatur Macon 

Dee;. Cut McHenrv 

Deer Creek Tazewell 

Deer«-ld Lakj 

Deerfi.ld Prairie DeKalb 

Deer P .rk La Salle 

Deer Plain Calhoun 

DeK.ilb Center DeKalb 

Delavan Tazewell 

Ddhi Jer.sey 

Del tey Iro'inois 

D.lta SleLean 

Dement Station O^U- 

Denny Warren 

Denver Ha k 

Derinda Jo Daviess 

D.troit Pikt 

I)- Soto Jackson 

I) -Witt DeWitt 

Diamoud Lake Lake 

D.l'.ou Tazewell 

D.x Jellcrson 

Di.xon Lee 

DoodsviUe Schuyler 

Dogtooth Alexander 

Kds.ui Clark 

Doi-ola i:nion 

Doinellson Mont-join v 

D'liovan Iroiiuoi- 

Dorchester Macoupin 

Dorset UeKall. 

Dirscy Station M 

Douglas Knox 

Dover Bureau 

Downer's Grove Du Page 

Diivna McLean 

Drury Rock Island 

Dry Point Slielliy 

.Dubois Wa.3hingtou 



I'utt Ojjice. 


Cuuntij. 


Post Office 


County. 1 


Duck Creek 


■Warren 


Ferdinand 


Mercer I 


Dudley 


Edgar 


Fiatt 


Fulton 1 


Judleyville 


Bond 


Fidelity 


Jeriey 1 


Duneannon 


Stcphensou 


Fieldon 




)uncau's Mills 


Fulton 


Fillmore 


Montgomery 


Dunilas 


Richland 


Fish Hook 


Pike 


Dundee 


Kane 


FittsHill 


Franklin '■ 


Dunleith 


Jo Daviess 


Fit/.IIenry 


Ogle 


Dunn 


Jloultrie 


Flat Kock 


Crawford 


Dnuton 


Cook 


Fi lit 


Pik9 


Du [iiiffe 


Will 


Flora 


„ ^'"y 


)uiliioin 


Perry 


Floraville 


St. Ciair 


Durand Station 


Winnebago 


Florence 


Pike 


Durham 


Hancock 


Florence Station 


Stephenson 


Dwi<?ht 


Livinsslon 


Florid 


Putnam 


K..-le 


La Salle 


Forest City 


Mason 


lOagle Cliffs 


Monroe 


Forest Station 


Livinistou 


■:a.'le Point 


Ojsle 


Forksville 


Lake 


•:,irlvii!e 


La Salle 


Foreston 


Ogle 


Kast Hend 


Ford 


Fort Hill 


Lake 


Cast Cambridge 


Henry 


Fosterburg 


MadLson . 


Kast Cainptou 


Kane 


Fosters 


Marion 


K.ist Fork 


Montgornerv 


Fountain Green 


Hancock 


•last N'.irtblield 


C i 


Four Mile Grove 


Lea 


KaU Paw I'aw 


DeKalb 


Fowler's Statioa 


Adams 


lOast Peoria 


Tazewell 


Fox Lake 


Lake 


lO.ist Saint Loui; 


St. Clair 


Frankfort 


Franklin 


■;a-t Sunimrr 


Kankakee 


Franklin 


Morgan 


Kast Wheatland 


Will 


Franklin Grove 


Lee 


Baton 


Crawford 


Franzonia 


Richland 


Bdginston 


Rock liland 


Fredericksville 


Schuyler 


Edwardsville 


M *disun 


Fredouia 


Williamson 


.-Iilin^'ham 


EGingham 


Freeburg 


St. Clair 


Edgewood 


• * 


Freedom 


La Salle 


I'M wards' Statioa Peoria 


Freeland 


DeKalb 


Ela 


Lake 


Freemanton 


EffinKhain 


Ulliridge 


Ed-ar 


Fremont Center 


Lake 


El Divra 


Pike 


Freeport 


Stephenson 


El D.na 


Lee 


French Village 


St. Clair 


I'll Dorado 


Saline 


Friend Grove 


Wabash 


EP'in 


Kane 


Friendship 


McDonongh 


Elida 


Winneb.igo 


Friendsville 


Wabash 


ICIiza 


Jlereer 


Fullersbnrg 


Du Page 


Elizabeth 


Jo Daviess 


Fuller's Point 


Cides 


Wli/abethtown 


Uardin 


FuUou 


Whitesides 


iClk Grove 


Cook 


Gate's Lake 


Lake 


Elkhart City 


L03;:u 


Galena 


Jo Daviess 


Klkliorn 


Washinailoii 


G.i,lesbnrg 


Knox 


Elkhorn Grove 


Carroll 


(Jallatiu 


Saline 


Elkton 


Crawford 


Galloway 


La Salle 


Elkviile 


ii aeKSou 


G.ilum 


Perry 


Ell.^roy 


S ten hen -Ml 


Galva . 


Henry 


lOlliottstown 


EfRnorhani 


Gap Grove 


Lee 


Ellis Grove 


Randolph 


Garden Plain 


Whitesides 


Ellison 


Warren 


Garden Prairie 


Boone 


EUisville 


FuUuu 


Gardner 


Grundy 


ElUwort'i 


Staik 


Gard's Point 


Wabash 


Elm (Jrove 


Adams 


Ifeneva 


Kane 


Elmore 


Peoria 


Genesee 


Henry 


ICIniira 


S tark 


Genesee Grove 


hitesidcs 


Elm Point 


Bond 




De Kalb 


Elm Wo«d 


Peoria 


G'.-orgetown 


Vermillion 


El Paso 


Woodford 


Gormautown 


Clinton 


Elsah 


Jersey 


r. ibson 


Knox 


El vaston 


Hancock 


Gilead 


Calhoun 


El win 


M ej , 


Gil-al 


Pike 


El wood 


Will 


Gilespie 


Macoupin 


Em 1. arras 


Eilgar 


Gilman 


Iroquois i 


Eminence 


Logan 


Gilmer 


Lake 


Emma 


White 


Girard 


Macoupin 


Empire 


Whitcsides 


Glasgow 


Scott 


Endor 


Will 


Glendale 


Pope 


Enfield 


White 


Glencoe 


Cook 


lilnglishPrairio 


Mellonry 


Gleuwood Mills 


Livingston 


Knon 


Curean 


Godfrey 
Golconda 


Madison 


Enterprise 


Wayuf 


Pope 


Eider 


Morgan 


Good Hope 


McUonough 


Eouality 


Gallatin 


Gooding's Grove 


Will 


Erie 


Whitesides 


Goose Island 


Al'-'xander 


Erin 


McHenry 


Grafton 


Jersey 


Erwiu 


Schii ler 


Grand Chain 


Pulaski 


Etna 


Coles 


(ii-andCote Prairie Perry | 


Eureka 


Woodford 


Grand Detour 


Ogle 


Eugene 


Knox 


Grand View 


Edgar 


Evan's Mill 


Morgan 


(Irand Tower 


Jackson 


Evanston 


Cook 


Grand Prairie 


Kankakee 


Evausville 


Randolph 


Grant 


.,ake 


Ewing 


Franklin 


Grantslurgh 


J us u 


Ewington 


Eftingham 


(Jranville 


Putnam 


Exeter 


Scott 


f; ray's Mills 


Johnson 


Eairburg 


Livingston 


Grayville 


White 


Fairliaven 


Carroll 


(in-a.'-y 


Ma.-upin 


KairuKint 


Vermillion 


Greenbnsh 


Warren 


Fair Play 


Jefterson 


Given Dale 


Marion 


Fairview 


FuUou 


Greenfield 


Greene 


Fair Weather 


Adams 


Green Garden 


., ill 


Farina 


Fa.ette 


Greenland 


Fftv ■ te 


b'arniington 


Fiilton 


Green River 


Henry 


Farmsville 


Woodford 


Greenup 


Cumberland 


Farrow town 


Calhoun 


Greenvale 


Jo Daviess 


Fayette 


Greene 


Greenville 


Bond 


Fayetteville 


St. Clair 


Greenwood 


Mc Henry 



POST OFFICES ILLINOIS. 



11 



Post Office. 

GreigviUe 

Gvidley 

Griswold 

Grouse 

Gi-.jve 

Grivoland 

Guilforil 

Had ley 

Ha,llcv'3 Station 

HuKley 

Haiiiesville 

Haldaae 

Halgi«aw 

Hal f Day 

Hallook 

Hallstowa. 

Hamburg 

Hamiltoa 

Hamlet 

Hamshire 

Hamptoa 

Hauover 

Harlin 

Hardinsville 

Hark 

Havker's Corners 

Harlr-m 

Harmony 

Harrishurg 

Harris Grove 

Harrison 

H Lrrisonville 

Harristowu 

Hartford 

Hartland 

Harvard 

Ha /ana 

Havelook 

Hazel Dell 

Hazlett 

Hebroa 

Hecker 

Hemic 

Henderson 

Hennepin 

Henry 

Hermitage 

H erm man' sS tore 

Hermon 

Herndon 

Herrin's Prairio 

H^rsmau's 

Hey north 

Hiukory 

Hickory Creek 

Hickory Grove 

Hickorv Hill 

Hiekorv Ridge 

Hieks-'MilU 

Hidalgo 

Hl!;ginsville 

Highland 

Highland Park 

High Point 

High Prairie 

Hillsboro- 

Hill's Grove 

Holland 

HoUiday 

Hollowayville 

Homo 

Homer 

Honey Point 

Hooker 

Hoover's. 

Hope 

Hopi/dale 

Iloi.ewell 

Ho'Hier's Mills 

Ilord 

Hornsby 

Houghton 

HiiUselville 

Hu.isiun 

Howard's Point 

11 iMardsville 

11 iwlet 

Hoyleton 

Hudson 

Huntley Grove 

H lutsville 

H.ivricane 

H icsouville 

Hvde Park 

la'taa 

111 io polls station 

Illinois City 

lUinuistowa 

Indiauola 

Industry 

Ingraham Prairie 

lou a 



County . 

Pike 

MeLcau 

Hamilton 

Kane 

Henderson 

Tazewell 

Jo Daviess 

Will 

Lawrence 

Cass 

Lake 

Ogle 

Boone 

Lake 

Peoria 

Saline 

Calhoun 

Hancock 

Mercer 

Kane 

Eock Island 

Jo Daviess 

Callioun 

Crawford 

Shelby 

Peoria 

"Winnebago 

Me Henry 

Saline 

Jefferson 

Winnebago 

Monroe 

Maeon 

Saline 

McHenry 

Mason 

C:)ok 

Cumberland 

Kock Island 

Me Henry 

Monroe 

Whitesides 

Knox 

Putnam 

Marshall 

Coles 

Washington 

Knox 

Montgomery 

Will iamson 

Crown 

McLean 

Lake 

Fayette 

Massac 

Marion 

Hancock 

De Kalb 

Jasper 

Vermillion 

Madison 

Lake 

Slercer 

LaS.ille 

Montgomerj- 

McDonough 

Shelby 

Macoupin 

Bureau 

Wa\ ne 

Champaign 

Mae„.,p,u 

Shelby 

Macoupin 

Cook 

Tazewell 

Macon 

Henderson 

Clay 

Macoupin 

Jo D.. VI ess 

Edgar 

Adams 

Fayette 

Stephenson 

Sangamon 

Washington 

McLean 

Mc Henry 

Schuyler 

Montgomery 

Crawford 

Cook 

Morgan 

Sangamon 

Kock Island 

St. Clair 

Vermillion 

McDouough 

Clay 

Warrea 



Post Office. 

Ipava 

[ra 

Iroquois 

Irving 

(rvington 

Island Creek 

Izoria 

.lacksouville 

.lames town 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Jefferson Corners 

leflersonville 

.lericho 

Jerseyville 

John's Creek 

.lohnson 

Jolinsburgh 

Johnsontowu 

.Johusonvilla 

Joliet 

.fouesboro' 

Jones' Creek 

Jordan 

Jordan's Grove 

Junction 

Junction Grove 

Junto 

Kane 

K.aaeville 

Kankakee Depot 

Kansas 

Kappa 

Kaskaskia 

Keene 

(vecnville 

Keithsburg 

Kendall 

Kent 

Kentucky 

Keokuk Junction 

Kewaunee 

Keysport 

Kickapoo 

Killbuck 

Kinderhook 

Kingsbury 

King's Mills 

Kingston 

Kingston Mines 

Kinmundy 

Is iy tyre 

KishWaukee 

Knight's Grove 

Knoxville 

Kytc River 

La Clair 

Lacoa 

Lacev 

La Clede 

Laenna 

Lafayette 

La fox 

La Hurpe 

Lake Creek 

Lake Forrest 

Lake Zurich 

Lamb's Point 

Lamoille 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

Lane Depot 

Lane's ^ Koads 

Langdon 

Laona 

La Pr;urie 

La Prairie Center 

Larkinsburg 

La Salle 

Lavine 

Lawudale 

Lawn Ridge 

Lawrence 

Lawreuceville 

Lean 

Lebanon 

Lee Center 

L'Erable 

Leesville 

Lei and 

Lemont 

Lena 

Lenzburg 

Leroy 

Lester 

Lewis 

Lewistown 

Lewisville 

Lexington 

Ley den 

Leyden Center 

Liberty 



Count!/. 

Fulton 

Jo Daviess 

Iruquois 

Montiroinery 

Washington 

Jasper 

Kock Island 

Morgan 

Clinton 

Schuyler 

Cook 

Whitesides 

VVa3'ne 

Kane 

Jersey 



Sai 



MeDouoiigh 

WcHenry 

Cumberland 

Wayne 

Will 

Union 

Randolph 

Verm ill on 

Randolph 

Pulask, 

Cook 

Wabash 

Greene 

Kane 

Kankakee 

Edgar 

V\ oodforti 

Raniiolph 

Adams 

Waynr. 

Mercer 

Kendall 

Stephenson 

Vermillion 

Adams 

Henry 

Clinton 

Peoria 

Ogle 

Pike 

Whitesides 

Kane 

DcKalb 

Peoria 

Marion 

Winnebago 

St. Clair 

Kn 'X 

Ogle 

Dc Kalb 

Marshall 

De Kalb 

Fayette 

Loaan 

Stark 

Kane 

Haueoek 

William sen 

Lake 

Madison 

Bureau 

Carroll 

Cass 

O-'le 

Hamilton 

Peoria 

WinnebaQO 

Adams 

Marshall 

Clay 

La Salle 

Iroquois 

Logan 

Marshall 

Mc Henry 

Lawrence 

Whitesides 

St. Clair 

Lee 

Iroquois 

Boone 

La Salle 

Cook 

Stepheiis.m 

St. Clair 

McLean 

Marion 

Kendall 

Fulton 

Greene 

Ale Lean 

Cook 

Cook 

Adams 



Post Office. 



Liberty Hill 

Libertvville 

Liek CVeek 

Lillecash 

Limerick 

Limestone 

Lin a 

Lincoln C H 

Lincoln Greei 

Lindcnwood 

Lisbon 

Lisle Station 

Litchfield 

Little Detroit 

Little Muddy 

Little Rock 

Littleton 

Little York 

Lively 

Lively Grove 

Liverpool 

Livingston 

Loami 

Lock 

Lockport 

Locust Grove 

Lodi Station 

Logan 

Logansport 

London City 

Lone Tree 

Long Grove 

Long Point 

Lng Prairie 

Looking Glass 

Loran 

Lostant 

Louisville 

Lovington 

Lovilla 

Lowell 

Lowland 

Low Point 

Loxa 

Luda 

Lusk 

Lynchburg 

Lyndon 

Lynn Grove 

LynnviUe 

Lyons 

uyonsville 

.MeCounell'd Grove 



County. 

Whitesides 

Lake 

Union 

Will 

Bureau 

Kankakee 

Adams 

Logan 

Johns.Mi 

Ogle 

Kend'all 

Du Page 

Montgomcrv 

Tazewell 

Franklin 

Kendall 

Schuyler 

Warren 

St. Clair 

Washington 

Fulton 

Clark 

Sangamon 

La Salle 

Will 

Williamson 



Ed.rar 

Hamilton 

Fayette 

Bureau 

Lake 

Livingston 

Wavne 

Clinton 

Stephenson 

La Sille 

Clay 

Moultrie 

Hamilton 

La Siillf 

St. Claiv 

Woodford 

Coles 

Ogle 

Pope 

Jefferson 

Whitesides 

Henr}-- 

M organ 

Cook 

Cook 



McGary 

McHenry 

Ma<-kinaw 

McLean 

MeLeansboro' 

Macomb 

Macon 

Macedonia 

Madison 

Magnolia 

Mahomet 

Maine 

Mainville 

Majority Point 

Maiden 

JIalma 

Malta 

Malugin Grove 

Manchester 

Man i to 
I Manliiis 
iMausfle d 

Manteno 

JIaple Grove 

Maple's Mill 

.Maquon 

Maradosia 

Mareelne 

MarenLO 

Margaretta 

Marietta 

Marine 

Marion 

Jlarissa 

.Markanda 

>Laroa 

Marrowbone 

.Marsden's Digg 

Marseilles 

Martinsliurg 

Marshall 

Martinsville 

Marysvillo 

Maseoutah 

Mason 

Mason City 

Mattison 

Mattoou 



Stephenson 

Hancock 

Mc Henri' 

Tazeweil 

McLean 

Hamilton 

McDonough 

Macon 

Hamilton 

Madison 

Putnam 

Champaign 

Cook 

Cumberland 

Bureau 

Cumberland 

De Kalli 

Lee 

Seotr 

Mason 

LaSiille 

Kendall 

Kankakee 

Kdward.s 

Fulton 

Knox 

Morgan 

Adams 

Me Henry 

Clark 

Fulton 

Madison 

■Williamson 

St. Clair 

Jackson 

Macon 

Moultrie 

ns Jo Daviess 

La Salle 

Pike 

Clark 

Vermillion 

St. Clair 

Etfingham 

Mason 

Cook 

Cules 



Post OJic 



Mavnai-dsviUe 
Ma/.on 

.Meehanicsburg 
JMellingtou 
Melrose 
Mendou 
.Mendota 
Mereia 
Meriden 

M err i mac Point 
-Metamora 
Jletropolis City- 
Middle Creek 
.Middle Fork 
.Middle Gro^e 
Middleport 
Middletown 
Midway 
Mier 

.Miles' Station 
Mill ford 
Millbnru 
Milledgeville 
-MUlersburg 
Mills- Prairie 

:n:iistadt 

-Ml I mine 

Milo 

Milroy 

.M Iton 

Milton Station 

:Mineral 

Miuersville 

MillShoiils 

Mineral Spring 

Minonk 

Miuooka 

Mitchelsville 

Mitchie 

MuLcasiu 

Mode 

Modena 

Mokena 

-Moliae 

Momence 

Monee 

-Monmouth 

Monroe Center 

-Monroe City 

Jlonterey 

Montezuma 

iMontgomery 

.Muntieello 

Monument 

Moore's Prairie 

^torlan's Grove 

Moro 

^lorrison 

Morris 

JJorristown 

Mortansville 

Jlorton 

M OS her 

Mossville 

Aiiinlton 

Jloultonville 

Mound City 

Monnd Station 

Mount .Aiibaru 

?dount Carmel 

-Mount Carroll 

Mount Erie 

.Mount Hawley 

.Mount ^lorris 

Mount I'alatine 

Mount Pleasant 

Alount Prospect 

Mount Pulaski 

Mount Sterling 

.Mount Sumner 

."Mount Vernon 

Moweaqu.a 

Mud Creek 

Mulberry Grove 

Mule Creek 

Murphy sborough 

Murrysville 

.^iunson 

.Mversville 

Xaiuisay 

Xachusa 

Naperville 



Nashville 

N'ativoo 

Xebo 

.N'eeleyville 

Negro Lick 

Nelson 

Xeoga 

Neponset 



County, 

Monroe 

Cilhoiiu 

Grundy 

Sangamon 

Kendall 

Clark 

Adams 

La Salle 

Eock Island 

La Salle 

Monroe 

Woodford 

Massao 

Hancock 

Fulton 

Iroquois 

Logan 

Fulton 

Wabash 

Macoupin 

Iroquois 

Lake 

Carroll 

Jlercer 

Edwards 

St. Clair 

Piatt 

Bureau 

Knox 

Pike 

Coles 

Bureau 

Henry 

White 

Pike 

Woodford 

Grundy 

Saline 

Monroe 

Effingham 

Shelby 

Stark 

\Vill 

Eock Island 

Kankakee 

Will 

Warren 

Ogle 

Monrou 

Calhoun 

Pike 

Kone 

Piatt 

Pike 

Jeff-ersou 

Wayne 

Sladison 

Whitesides 

Grundy 

Henry 

Sangamon 

Tazewell 

JlcLean 

Peoria 

Shelby 

Madison 

Pulaski 

Brown 

Christian 

Wabash 

Carroll 

Wayne 

Peoria 

Ogle 

Putnam 

Union 

Whitesides 

Logai 

Brown 

Jo D.iviess 

Jellersoii 

Shelby 

St. Clair 

Bond 

Cumberland 

Jackson 

Morgan 

Henry 

Vermillion 

Kendall 

Lee 

Du Page 

Scott 

Washington 

Hancock 

Pike 

Morgan 

Greene 

Cumberlana 
Bureau 



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POST OFFICES— ILLINOIS. 



K«w Ark 
Nr« llal'.imor* 
Nv« llr<tr.ird 
Ne« ItrrliD 

N«» ll.xton 
N»w llri'tnoa 
N»« riv.l« 
New Ctlambi* 

N.w Fmnklin 

K.'W llArtf..ra 
K.W Hivra 
N. «r II Ir.n 
N-w II ..M. 
N»» J'inlan 
N«» l.«aoa<tcr 
Nrw I. 'tkii m 
Nrir l.cnn..x 
New I.ilicrtr 
N.«m>n 
N»«r MarVrt 
Nor M.fil.n 
Nvw M«v<ville 
Nrw Mic-ti'itin 
N'W Mi.|.|I.-ton 
New Milf.irl 
New I'liiUilclphi 
Newp'Tt 
N»w Pnividpnce 
N'TW Kiitlaad 
Nfwi 

New Sa1«m 
Newi.Hi 
New Virgil 
Nev 
N Untie 
N>«ht'« Prairie 

N'lM 

N'1"« Center 

Nilwo)a 

Nolle 

Nnkumit 

N.r» 

Normnl 

Norrls 

Vr-liiinU 

North Hamoton 

North ll-n'lcT!on 

North Kiii7-ttoa 

North Pl.ilo 

North Pr.iirie 

Northnlla 

Nortrar 

N'.ve.ville 

Nin<la Station 

Oik 

n^k Dale 

Oak hind 

0»«<l.-v 

Oak Rid;re 

O.ik Poiut 

OaViila 

Ohhn^ 

Oeeola 

OcuTifc Station 

0'^>va 

OJ-ll 

Olin 

0"K«non n.'po 

Otie Station 

Ohio 

OhioOrore 

Okaw 

OM Farm 

Old Itljilcr 

Ol-na 

Ollre 

Oln-/ 

Oiie » 

Omph Ghent 

On»r;(o 

Oneco 

Oneida 

Ontario 

Ophlr 

inawka 

Or»n?o Prairie 

Oranxrrllla 

Orejon 

Or'on 

Orlaad 

Orleant 

0*a»» 

0«;^nd 

O.we^o 

Ottawa 

Otto 

Oltr^o 

Ottvr Creek 



County. 

Kendall 
Wavn. 
IlurVnn 
San'-'anioii 
JiTJev 
JIvri-iV 

Wh't-vdHS 

M l<«r 

Chain paizii 

Mllf!..!! 

Wavni' 

Wbite^Mi-.- 
P.k.- 
Gallatin 
Or. »■ furl 
\Val>.t4li 
Whil-.idi-> 
WarriMi 
Dc Kail 
Will 
Pmh- 
D .liilaj- 
UalUtiii 
Waviu 
Pikv 
Livinntiin 
Marion 
Wlnnoliiiirn 
a McDononih 
Lake 
Greene 
I-'iSall- 
Calhoni 
Pikv 
J Hpii- 
Kanc 
D K.ll 
Sta.-i... 
Hamil'oa 
PooV 

C.M.k 

Macmipin 

Richland 

MontL'oTnery 

Jo Divies:* 

Wct-.-ai, 

Fulto,, 

Cnnk 

P.-oria 

U'arri'H 

DiKalt 

Kan 

Knox 

La Sail.' 



Cril. 

McUcnr. 

p.,-; 

Maili-ion 

CI .- 

Macon 

Sl-narcl 

Clark 

In inois 

Crawfor.i 

S'ar'; 

Sholh\ 

Li#iiiL'ston 

Mar=on 

St. Cla.i 

L e 

Uir^aii 

Do Kail. 

Wa\liin,'ton 

Lawri'ncf 

n.nl 

H^ncLr^oi 

I,iwr-i:g.. 

Ri.-hlan.) 

Minnn 

Ma'lis,.,, 

Steph 'n.<nn 
Knox 

La Salle 

IIonlT,.>n 

P.ori.i 

Stcplien..(un 

Il.nrj 

Cook 

M»r-:an 

Franklin 

ILIInrv 

Ki'niail 

La Salle 

Fulion 

Lake 

Jericy 



Po*t OJiee. 

Owaneco 

(Ixliow 

Oxford 

I'l'MoL-k'n Grove 

Pi.lnn 

Pa.n.'-s Point 

Palatine 

I'lilerino 

P ili'tCino 

I'alniir'ii Station 

.'ill. Alto 

IMoma 

PllH 

P.ilniyra 

P i!ia 

Panola Station 

Paradise 

Parii 

Par'cerfh'irg 

Park's Corners 

Parriah 

Patoka 

Pavillion 

Pawnee 

".iw Paw Grove 

I'axt-Mi 

Payson 

Pearl 

I' -atone 

P 'e itonica 

fekin 

Pellonia 

P'Onsylvania 

P oria 

Perry 

Perrvton 

Prri' 

Pern Station 



County. 

Christian 

P.itnam 

Ileiirv 

IMaMisoii 

McLi^an 

0;le 

Co:>!; 

K.l^-ar 

Crawi'ord 

Jersey 

Hamilton 

A. lain - 

r.io't 

Maconpin 

Christian 

Woodforil 

Coles 

Erl-av 

Riclilanil 

H.mne 

Franklin 

Atari on 

Kendall 

Sangninoii 

Lee 

Vermil ion 

A(lam^ 

Pikf 

Will 

Winnel.arn 

Ta?,ewell 

Jfassae 

Eoek Man.l 

Peoria 

Pike 

Ml rcer 

L;i Salle 

Champaign 



P.'teriburg 


Jfenard 


P.-rtv'3 


Lawrt-nce 


Pytons 


A^ams 


Phillipstown 


White 


Philo 


Ch-impaiirn 


Piasa 


Maeonpin 


Pickwick 


Jasper 


Pierce ' 


Will 


Pieroeville 


DeKallr 


P '.'eon Creek 


PilO: 


Pilot 


VcrinillioM 


P lot Grove 


n:...cook 


Pinckneyville 


, p.„y 


Pine Roek 


Oil.' 


"in^rree Grove 


Kane 


Pink Prairie 


Henry 


Pin Oak 


Wayne 


Pione-r 


Greene 


''itman 


Arlann 


Piltstield 


Pike 


P'ainfield 


Will 


U'li View 


Maeo'ipii; 


Plan > 


Kendall 


Plato 


Iroinois 


Plattville 


K.nidal! 


Pl-asint r.roers 


JoIJ.vies- 


Pleasant Grove 


Wavni' 


Pleasant Green 


S'tir;< 


Pl.'asant Hill 


Pike 


Plea^^aiit Mound 


H..n.l 


Pleasant Plains 


San^^amon 


Pl.-usanr I'rnirie 


l'...n.I 


P'easant R'die 


Roek Mam! 


Pleasant Valo 


Pike 


Pk^vsant V illey 


J.Davie^^ 


''I 'asant View 


Selniyler 


Plnmllill 


Was'iin^ton 


Plam River 


Jo n.iivoss 


Plymouth 


Uaneoek 


P leahontas 


n.in.l 


Po'nt Pleasant 


Chatnpaii;n 


Polo 


Oile 


I'l.lM Grove 


Carroll 


PontJac 


Livin^-itoo 


I'oiUoisae 


Hancock 


Pop ■ Creek 


Jlercer 


P iplar Grove 


Hoone 


Port Rvron 


Rock Id ami 


P irtland 


AVhitesides 


Prairie Citv 


McDono;iKh 


PnirieCr^ek 


I.oiaii 


Prairie Do Roeher Randolph 


Prairielield 


R..ck Island 


Prairie Hill 


Williamson 


Pri'rie II. .me 


Sli.-ll.v 


Prairie Moond 


Favet'" 


Prairie Pond 


n Kail. 


P.airieTown 


JIadison 


Pre-emption 


Mereer 


''rentioe 


Morgan 


Preston 


Randolph 


Princeton 


Bureau 


PrinceviUo 


Peoria 



Post Office. 

Prophets town 

Providence 

Proviso 

I'ulaski 

Pillly's Mills 

Qnincy 

Rie.ion 

Raleish 

Ramsey 

Randolph 

ftaiievslurih 

Rantoul 

Rapi.lsCity 

Itaritan 

Readini; 

Rectorville 

Red Rank 

Red l!nd 

Renault 

Revnoldsl'Urg 

Riehfield 

Richland 

Richland Grove 

Richmond 

Riehvi.'W 

Rid-e Kavm 

Riilffeliel.l 

R'dse Prairie 

Riduely 

Ridntt 

iiilev 

Ringgold 

Ri.iprwood 

Rinosa 

Ripley 

Risdon 

Rivola 

Risini Sun 

Roanoke 

Robin's Nest 

RoMn^on 

Rol.inson's JliUs 

R.elielle 

Rochester 

R .Chester Mills 

Rock 

R ick^ridse 

Rock Creek 

Rockford 

Rock Grove 

Roek Island 

RoeUland 

R.iekport 

Rock Ron 

R'.ekton 

R.ickville 

Rocicwood 

Roland 

Rome 

R I me 

Rome Farms 

Rook's Creek 

R.scoe 

Rosefield 

Ito^e HiU 

RoseU'Taas 

:!i.i.'villo 

llo^ielare 

R'Ms (iruve 

R.iSvilU 

Rough and Ready 

l{oiind Grove 

Roxetta 

Ruma 

Raral 

Riral Retreat 

Rush 

Rushville 

RiissellviUa 

Rutland 

"^aeramento 

S:.;;one 

Saftetown 

St. Alhans 

St. Anne 

St. .\,ignstiue 

St. Charles 

St. FraneisviUe 

.St. Jacob 

St. John 

St. Joseph 

St. Marie 

St. Marys 

>aint Morgan 

Saint Tlieodore 

S.iK-m 

valine Mines 

•lalisl.nrv 

Sail Cre."k 

SamsviUe 

Sand Lake 

.Sandoval 



County. 

Whitesides 

Rureao 

Cook 

TIancoek 

Wiili msou 

Adams 

Marion 

baline 

Fayett.- 

JlcLean 

Wash ill-ton 

Champai;:!! 

Roek I dan. I 

Ilen.lers,.n 

Livingston 

Hamilton 

Saline 

Randol ph 

Monroe 

J..hn-oi- 

Adams 

Sap'nniot 

tiercel 

McHenr^ 

Wadiine-toii 

Verm ill ioi. 

MeHnrv 

St. Clair 

Madison 

Stephenson 

McHenry 

Cook 

McHenry 

Iroiuois 

Bv'.wn 

St. Clair 

Mercer 

JIaconpin 

Woodfor'i 

Peoria 

Crawford 

Menard 

0-le 

San'ramon 

Wahash 

Pope 

Greene 

Carroll 

Winnebaio 

Stepliensoii 

Rock Id an. 1 

Lake 

Pike 

Stephenson 

W nncl.agc 

Kankake ■ 

Randolpli 

White 

Jefferson 

Peori:. 

Peori:i 

Livingston 

Winnebagi. 

Peori;, 

Jasper 

. Lake 

Warr-ii 

Iliir.lio 

D.Kall 

Vermillioo 

HancocV 

Whitcsi.le 

Hen'ler>oii 

Randolph 

Rock Islan.! 

CLde = 

Jo Daviess 

Scluiylev 

Lawrene.' 

Kan 

White 

D.i P.1,- 

Hendersoo 

Ham oek 

Kankak.M. 

Fijt.in 

Kane 

Lawrence 

Madison 

Perry 

Champai:;n 

Jasper 

Hancoek 

IMa.is.in 

Al)idis..i, 

Marion 

Gallatin 

San^'amoii 

Emnirliani 

iidwards 

Lake 

Marion 



Po/it Office. 

Sandwich 

San Jose 

Santa Anna 

S;;nta Fe 

S irahsville 

Saratogc 

Sardinia 

.Savanna 

Saxon 

Scales Mound 

Sehool 

Sehultz Mills 

Seott 

Seottville 

■ieeor 

Seller's Lauding 

Selina 



MT.'iia 

Slial.l.ona's Grove 

Shahonier 

s'.annou 

Sharon 

Shaumburg 

Shawneetown 

Shaw's Point 

Sheffield 

Sheltiy Station 

Shelb^viUe 

-(heldon 

Sheldon's Grove 

Sherhurnville 

Sherman 

Shiloh 

ShilohHiU 

Shinman 

Shirland 

Miirl 



Cuunly. 

D K. 11. 

.A'.i' -11 

De A\ I ; t 

Al.'xaiHler 

Williamson 

Jlar.slis'l 

Pike 

Carroll 

Henry 

Jo Daviess 

White 

Greene 

LaS..ll« 

Maeoiipin 

Wood lord 

Hardn 

McLean 

La Salle 

PeKalb 

Fayette 

CaVroll 

Henry 

Cook 

Gallatin 

Mac" upin 

Uureau 

Macoupin 

Shelby 

Irofinois 

Schuyler 

Kankakee 

Sangamon 

St. CI lir 

Randolph 

JIaconpin 

Winnebago 

MeLe 



Shoal Cr;ek Station Clinton 



Shokokon 

Shop Creek 

Sidney 

Siiel 

Silver Creek 

Sinclair 

Slack Water 

Smith ton 

Sinithville 

-Snack wine 

S 11 i carte 

.S'. ..lor. IS 

Solon Mills 

Somerset 

Somonauk 

S mora 

South America 

Southamptou 

South Bend 

-ioath G.-ove 

S.nith Hampton 

■^onth Northtield 

South Pass 

S,mth Port 

South Prairie 

South Willow Creek 



Ilender-on 

Moutgoui'-ry 

Champaign 

Will 

Stephenson 

Jlorgan 

Stark 

St. Clair 

Peiria 

Putnam 

Mason 

Champaign 

McHenry 

S:'.line 

DeKalb 

Haii'H.ek 

Saline 

Peoria 

Winnel a.j,Q 

DeKalb 

Gallatin 

Cook 

Union 

Peoria 

Renders 



Spark's HiU 

S parland 

Sparta 

Spiedwell 

ipjncer 

■Specie Grove 

Spring Bay 

Miringlield 

Spr ng Garden 

■>l.riug (irovo^, 

Si.riiigHiU 

Sprin.' Lake 

■Ipringyille 

S |uaw Grove 

Slarfield 

Staunton 

Steam Mill 

Steele's Mills 

Sterling 

Steuben 

SliHesville 

Stiriup Grove 

Stockton 

Stone Fort 

Stone's Prairie 

Stonington 

S^rasburg 

Strin-^town 

Sublette 

Siii/ar Grove 

Sallivau 

Sulphur Springs 

Summeriield 

Summer Centre 

■rammer Hill 

Summervillc 

Summit 



Lee 
Hardin 

Marshall 

Kandolr.h 

Fult..n 

Will 

Kendall 

Woo.ilord 

Sanff-amon 

Jerterson 

Warren 

Whitesides 

Taiewell 

Cdes 

D..Kalb 

Peoria 

Macoupin 

Schuyler 

Randolph 

Whitesides 

Marshall 

Crawford 

M leoupin 

Jo Daviess 

S.dina 

A. lams 

Cliri.siian 

C .ok 

Richland 

Lea 

Kane 

Moultrie 

Williamson 

St Clair 

Kankakee 

Pike 

Peoria 

Coo!: 



POST OFFICES INDIANA. 



13 



Fast Office. 

Summuni 
Sumaer 
Sunbeam 
Sunbury 
Sutton's Pomfc 
Swan Creek 
Sweet Water 
Sycamore 
Sylva 

Sylvan Dale 
Table Gruve 
Tallula 
Tamaroa 
Tamorack 
Tamar 
Taylor 
Tayloraville 
Tennessee 
Tentopolia 
Terra Haute 
Thebes 
The Grove 
Thomasboro* 
Thompson's Mills 
Thomson 
Thornton 
Thorntnu Station 
TiUon 
Timber 
Time 
TiskiUva 
Tiwaptiity 
Tobacco 
Tolono 
ToUica 
Tunica 
Topoka 
TonUin 
Towanda 
Tower Hill 
Town l.iue 
Town Mount 
Tracy 
Tremont 
Treutoa 
Trivoli 
'Triumph 
Troy 

Troy Grove 
Troy Mills 
TiumbuU 
Truro 
Truxtoa 
Turner 
Tuscola 
Tyler 
L'dina 
VUin 
Vim 

Undulation 
Union 

Union Grove 
Union Hill 
Union Point 
Uniontovvii 
UuionviUe 
Unity 

UpiH-r Alton 
Urbana 
Ur^a 
U tail 
Utica 
Valley 
Van liuren 
Vaucil's Point 
Vandalia 
Vedder 
Ven^dy 
Veui 
Venice 
Vera 

Vermillion 
Vermillionville 
Vermont 
Versailles 
Victor Centre 
Victoria 
Vienna 
Villa Kidje 
Viola 
Virden 
Virgil 
Virginia 
Wabash 
Wakefield 
Wal bridge 
Wales 

Walker's Grove 
Walker's Neck 
Walkerville 
Wallingford 
Walnut 



County. 

Fulton 

Lawrence 

Mercer 

Livingston 

Clay 

Warren 

Menard 

De Kalb 

Schuyler 

Hancock 

Fulton 

Menard 

P erry 

Will 

Ogle 

Christian 

McDonough 

Effingham 

Henderson 

Alexander 

Cook 

ChampaiLin 

Jo Daviess 

Carroll 

Cook 

Vermillion 

Peoria 

Pike 

Bureau 

Henderson 

Johnson 

Champaign 

Madison 

La Salle 

Mason 

Stark 

McLean 

Shelby 

Warren 

Franklin 

Will 

Taiewcll 

Clinton 

Peoria 

La Salle 

Madison 

La Salle 

Fulton 

Macoupin 

.Knox 

Bureau 

Du Page 

Douglas 

Winnebago 

Kane 

Pulaski 

Adams 

Pulaski 

Mc Henry 

W hiiesides 

Kankakee 

Union 

Kno.\ 

Massac 

Alexander 

Madison 

Champaign 

Adams 

Warren 

La Salle 

Stark 

Do Kalb 

Macoupin 

Fayette 

Calhoun 

Washmgion 

Kliingham 

Madison 

Fayette 

Edgar 

La Salle 

Fulton 

Brown 

DeKalb 

Knox 

Johnson 

Pulaski 

Mercer 

Macoupin 

Fulton 

Cass 

Wayne 

Kichland 

Pulaski 

Ogle 

Mason 

Brown 

G reene 

Will 

Bureau! 



Post OJice. 



County, 



Walnut Grove Knox 

Walnut Hill Marion 

Washington Centre 



WalshvUle 

Wanda 

Wapella 

Warren 

Warrens V ill e 

\> ; rsaw 

Washijurn 

Washington 

Wataga" 

Waterloo 

Waterman's Mills 



Montgomer} 

Madison 

DeWitt 

Jo Daviess 

Du Page 

ilancock 

Marsuail 

Tazewell 

Knox 

Monroe 



V. atertown 

W atseka 

W'atson 

Wauconda 

Waiikegan 

VVaverly 

Wayland 

Wayne 

Wayne Center 

Waynesville 

Webb's Prairie 

Webster 

Weller 

W'enona Station 

Wentworth 

Wesley City 

Westfield 

West Hall 

West Hallock 

West Jersey 

West Northfteld 

West Point 

West Salem 

Wester Saratoga 

\\^etaug 

Wethersfield 

Wetweather 

Wlieatfield 

Wheatland • 

W beacon 

Wheeling 

White Cloud 

White field 

White Hall 

White Oak 

White Oak Springs 

White Rock 

White Willow 

Whitley's Point 

Williamsville 

Willow 

Willow Creek 

Willow Hill 

Willow jpi/ngs 

Wilmington 

Wilson 

Winchester 

Windsor 

Winfield 



Ste]ihenson 
Kock Island 
Iroquois 
Sangamon 
Lake 
Lake 
Morgan 
Schuyler 
DuPage 



De Witt 

Franklin 

Hancock 

Henry 

Marshall 

Lake 

Tazewell 

Clark 

Warr 

Peoi 

Stark 

Cook 

Hancock 

Edvvaids 

Pulaski 

Henry 

Jasper 

Sangamon 

Will 

Du Page 

Cook 

Wayn 

Marshall 

Greene 

Montgomery 

15 ro vvn 

Ogle 

Kendall 

Moultrie 

Sanamon 

Jo Daviess 

Lee 

Jasper 

Cook 

Will 

Macon 

Scott 

Shelby 

Du Page 



Winnebago Depot Winnel 



vViniietka 

Winslow 

Wiuthrop 

VV oburn 

W^oodburn 

Woodb.-.ry 

Woodhall 

Woods ide 

Woodson 

Woodstock 

Woodville 

Wool 

Woosung 

Worthiugton 

Wyant 

Wyoming 

Wythe 

Xenia 

Yale 

Yankee Hollow 

Yates City 

Yellow Creek 



COBli 

Stephenson 

Kane 

Bond 

Macoupii, 

Cumberland 

Henrj 

Sangamon 

M.irgaii 

McHenrv 

Adam's 

Pope 

Ogle 

Jackson 

Bureau 

Stark 

Haneock 

Clay 

Jaspei 

Jo Daviess 

Knox 

Stephenson 



Yellow Head Grove Kankake 



York 

York Center 

York Neck 

Yorktown 

Y''orkville 

YoungsviUe 

Zanesville 

Zif 

Zioa 



Clark 

Du Page 

Adams 

Bureau 

Kendall 

McDouough 

Montgomery 

Wayne 

Morgan 



Post Office. 

Aberdeen 

Abington 

Acton 

Adair 

Adams 

Adrianee 

AdyeviUe 

Afton 

Akron 

Alamo 

Albany 

Albion 

Alexandria 

Alfont 

Alfordsville 

Alpha 

AUjuina 

Alto 

Alton 

Alvarado 

America 

Araericus 

Amity 

Amsterdam 

Anderson 

Audersouville 

Angola 

Annapolis 

Anoka 

Anthony 

Antioch 

Apaloua 

Arba 

Arcadia 

Areola 

Arctic 

A rgos 

Armiesburg 

Armstrong 

Arney 

Ascension 

Ashborough 

Ash Grove 

Ashley's Mills 

Ashland 

Atkinsonville 

Attica 

Atwood 

Aubbeenaubbee 

Auburn 

Augusta Station 

Aurora 

Austin 

Avilla 

Azalia 

Baker's Mills 

Baiubridge 

Balaka 

Ballstown 

Baltimore 

Barber's JlilU 

iiarbersville 

iiarren 

Itartonia 

liateham 

liatesville 

Battle Ground 

Bean Blossom 

Bear Branch 

Bear Creek 

Beaver Dam 

Beck's Mills 

Beckville 



Bedford 

Beech Grove 

Beeehv Mire 

Belden 

Belle Air 

Bellmore 

Bellville 

Bennett's Switch 

Bennettsville 

Bennington 

Benton 

Bentonville 

Benville 

Berlin 

Bethany 

Bethel 

Bethlehem 

Bigelow's Mills 

Big Springs 

Biilingsville 

Bird's Eye 

Black Creek 

Black Hawk Mills 



County. 

Ohic 
Wayne 
Marion 

Decatur 

^ewto„ 

Perry 

Scott 

Pulton 

Montgomei_\ 

Delaware 

Noble 

Madison 

Da vies 

Scott 

Fayette 

Howard 

Crawford 

Steuben 

Wabash 

Tippecanoe 

Johnson 

Cass 

Madison 

J'ranklin 

Steuben 

Parke 

Cass 

Delaware 

Huntington 

Perry 

Randolph 

Hamilton 

Allen 

De Kalb 

Marshall 

Parke 

Vanderburgh 

Owen 

Sullivan 

Clay 

Tippecanoe 

Montgomery 

Henry 

Owen 

Fountain 

Fulton 

De Kalb 

Marion 

Dearborn 

Scott 

Noble 

Bartholomew 

Jackson 

Putnarn 

Randolph 

Ripley 

Warren 

Wells 

.Jefierson 

Harrison 

Randolph 

Sullivan 

Ripley 

Tippecanoe 

Brown 

(Jhio 

Jay 

Kosciusko 

Wasiiingcon 

Montgomery 

Lawrence 

Rush 

Union 

Wabash 

Clay 

Parke 

Hendricks 

Miami 

Clark 

Switzerland 

Elkhart 

Fayette 

Jennings 

CI inton 

Parke 

Wayne 

Clark 

Laporte 1 



Union 

Dubois 

SHllivan 



Post Office. 

Black Oak Ridgi 

Blairsville 

Bloomtield 

Bluomingburg 

Bloomingdale 

Blooming Grove 

Bloomingsport 

Bloomington 

Blountsville 

Blue Creek 

Blue Grass 

Blue Lick 

JUlue Ridge 

Blutt Creek 

Blufl' Point 

Bluflton 

Bock's Mills 

Bono 

Boon Grove 

Boonville 

Boston 

Boundary 

Bourbon 

Bonrie 

Bovine 

Bowling Green 

Boxley 

Boydston's Mills 

Bradford ^ 

Branch Creek 

Brandtwood 

Bransom 

Brazil 

Bremen 

Brewersvilla 

Brick Mill 

Bridgeport 

Bridgeton 

Bright 

Brighton 

Bristol 

Broad Ripple 

Brook 

Brookfield 

Brooklyn 

Brookstou 

Brookville 

Brownsburg 

Brownstown 

Brownsville 

Bruce's Lake 

Bruceville 

Bruin's ^ Roads 

Brunswick 

Brushy Prairie 

Bryautsburg 

Bryantsville 

Bryant's Creek 

Buckskin 

Buffalo 

Buffaloville 

Bunker Hill 

Burget's Corners 

Burlington 

Burnett's Creek 

Burnside 

Burnsville 

Burrows 

Busseron 

Butler 

Butlervilla 

Byrneville 

Cadiz 

Callao 

Camargo 

Cambridge City 

Camden 

Campbell 

Campbellsbnrg 

Cana 

Canaan 

Canal 

Cannelton 

Canoper 

Canton 

Carlisle 

Carmel 

Carpentersville 

Carroll 

Carrsville 

Cartersburg 

Carthage 

Cary 

Cassville 

Castleton 

CatalpaGroT 

Cataract 

Citlin 

C-ithcart 

Cedar Grove 

Cedar Lake 

Celestine 



County, 

> 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 

Marion 

Parke 

Dearborn 

La Grange 

Elkhart 

Marion 

Newton 

Shelby 

Morgan 

White 

Franklin 

Hendricks 

Jackson 

Union 

Fultou 

Kuox 

Parke 

Lake 

La Grange 

Jeherson 

Lawrence 

Monroe 

Gibson 

White 

Spencer 

Miami 

Clinton 

CarroU 

White 

Clinton 

Bartholomew 

' Knox 

DeKalb 

Jennings 

Harrison 

Henry 

Laporte 

Jetterson 

Wayne 

CarroU 

Orange 

Washington 

Jennings 

Jetterson 

Warwick 

Perry 

A dams 

Washington 

Sullivan 

Hamilton 

Putnam 

Carroll 

Slarion 

Hendricks 

Rush 

Miami 

Howard 

Marion 

Benton 

Owen 

Parke 

Jasper 

Franklin 

Lake 

Duboit 



14 



POST OFriCES — INDIANA. 



Full O^ct. 

Center 

0«alrr I'oiDt 
C.'Ulvrlun 
Cooler V.4\lcy 



Ilo«nr,l 

Clu) 

Sl..r,u„ 



l\n: 



C-trotiurJo 

I'lialiuirt 

Cliambrrlain 

Ch*tnlienl>iirg 

CharlMlowD 

CharloitMvill* 

Cbrtluul ilill 

Chcilcr 

Cbritcrflcld 

Chili 

Clirixv't Pralria 

Churubuaco 

Clecro 

Clarlubiirx 

ClarlCa Ilill 

Clark'a Prairie 

CUrluvill') 

Clark't Statioo 

Cla.r Ihll 

CUv pool 

ClaVloa 

ClaV»vilIe 

CU'iir Spring 

Cleona 

CUrm.int 

CIcTi'laud 

ClifTord 

CI If ton 

CI I fly 

Clinton 

Cliuiun Lock 

CloTcrdale 

Clorcrlaad 

Clowavr'a 

Coal Cck 

Cjatcsville 

Cochran 

Cl>1'>S« 

CoITco 

Cufliii's Station 

Coflic Crick 

Co I turn 

CtilJ Sjirinu 

Cidc'sCjrucra 

Colfax 

Collumer 

College Corner 

Columbia 

CjlumhiaCity 

Coiunitiis 

Comcrjvillc 

Conn'a Creek 

Cooke rly 

Cornucopia 

Cortland 

Corunna 

Corydon 

Coiuije frrovo 

Cottn^i- Ilill 

Corinitiin 

Cox-iMill 

Craig 

Crane'a Mill 

Crawford.svillo 

Criap'a y, KoiiJa 

Criticn.liu 

Cr.ioiw.ll 

Croiked Creek 

Croiiiinit 

CruM I'Uint 

Crolhir-'ville 

Crown Point 

Cul.a 

Culver"! Station 

C'lUilicrlaiid 

CirtiaviUe 

Ciir '•■« 

Cynthiana 

C\ crcu L)a1o 

IVaIc 

micrille 

Uallon 

Diin'ille 

Dan W'liaUr 

I)Arlin;U>n 

n.iri.r,Ue 

Il.i/l .a 

II ciur 

I), in 

I).. J. Kivrr 

l> .rCr.'k 

D-.-rlild 

ll.-U* ir« 

l>^U'Ct;.l,lclIill 

I).!lpl>l 

Delta 
Doming 



Wi 



Waviu- 

Kan.lull'l. 

White 

All.ii 

Oriin^c 

Clark 

Hiincucl. 

jihiunlou 

Win 11. 

M 1.1 in I 

Cliiv 

Whitley 

Ham llini 

Decatur 

Tipi'cciinne 

Daviess 

Hamilton 

Lake 

Bartholomew 

Kojciusku 

Hendricks 

WusliiuKlon 

Koseiuskn 

Ri.iwn 

M.irion 

Hancock 

Bartlio'.omuw 

Union 

Decatur 

Vcruiillion 

Parke 

Putnam 

Clay 

Mills Mon'gonier.v 

FountHiii 

Hendricks 

Dearborn 

Whitlev 

Clay 

Henn 

Porter 

Tippce^nne 

Xolil 



I'o^t Office, 



County. 



Perliy 

lle\on 

II na.oroneh 

lliluev Ilill 

Don Juan 

Door Village 

Dora 

Dover 

Dover Hill 

Down Hill 

Drewersliurg 

Dublin 

Diiek Creek 

Dadlevtown 

Dundi'c 

Dunkirk 

Dunl.ipsville 

Duponl 

Dve 



Pi:st Office. 



Perry Galena 
Henry (JalLindit 
Dearborn Galveston 
Dubois Gansou 
Peri-y (Juvis Grove 
Laport"ei Geetinjsvillo 
■WabasliiGentrjville 
Ib.nne (J-ur.^L^owu 
JIaitii, (iioivia 
Crawi.ii.- (Jcnuanrown 
Frankl n '. <iil ami Station 

Wayne I Gilciid 
Madison (MUim 
Jackson I Glenn's Valley 
Blackford] (J.oilland 
Jay fJoshcn 
I'll ion 1 Gosport 
Jefferson j (iraham 
Martin \ (rrand View 
Lake : G rantsburg 
Ka"l'c Creek Lake [Grant's Creek 

Hagletown Hamilton: Granville 

Uaat Enterprise Switaerland ; Grnysville 
(Late Alleiisville)j(ii-eene 



Cvunly. 

Floyd 

Marion 

Cass 

Pulaski 

Jasper 

Clinton 

Spcneer 

Floyd 

Lawrence 

Jiarlon 

Lake 

Miami 

Jay 

Marion 



Post Office. 

Howard 

Howesville 

Huhlard 

Hudsouville 

Huntingburg 

Huntingtuu 

Huntsville 

Huron 

Hymcria 

Iba 

Idaville 

Independence 

Indianapolis 

lugleside 

Inwt ■ 



Kast Germantown 

F.ast Liberty 

i'^aton 

lOeonomy 

Hdcn 

Kdinburs 

Edwardsport 

IMwardsvlUe 

Kiiiabeth 

Klixabethtown 

Kliiaville 

Ulkhart 

Klkinsville 

KlHttsville 

I'lllswortli 

Kliod 

l-'mineuce 

liuglish 

English Lake 

KuterprisB 

I'jpsom 

!■> i e 



Warm: 

All.; 

Debnvai 

Wa,( . 

Hane.iL 

Job us, 



DeKalb 

Cliiuou 

Whltlei 

Jo) 

Fayett 

Wlntle; 

Bartholomev 

Fayette 

Sbclbv 

V i«'o 

Carroll 

Jackson 

DeKalb 

Harrison 

I'nion 

St. J..s,.|.h 

F.).iutain 

Way lie 

Switzerland 

Jackson 

Mont;;omer_i 

Hani so r 

Cass 

Noble 

Steuben 

Laporte 

Ripley 

Jackson 

Lake 

Owen 

Tippecanoe 

Marion 

Tipton 

Cass 

Posey 

VanderhurKl. 

Spencei 

Delaware 

Wayn.. 

Hendricks 

Henr.\ 

Mont^nmerV 

Shell.; 

TippeeanoV 

Ailain> 

Owen 

Lake 

Carroll 

Randolph 

Riplei 

PikV 

Carroll 

Park< 

Unmillou 



Kivin 
Rtna Green 
K.ipene 
KvansviUe 
I'lverton 

Fairti'eld 

Fairfield Center 

Fail-land 

Pairninnt 

Fair View 

Fall Creek 

Falmouth 

Farahee's Station Washiii 

Farmers' Retreat Dear 

Farmei'sville 

Farmland 

Favettoville 

F<.raiuand 

Fetherliufl's Mills 

Fill more 

Findley's Mills 

risli Creek 



Brier 

:ll.ush 
11 Castle 
ilieia 

iti. 'Id Mills 
II Oak 
isl.orough 
Floyd I Greeusliurg 
Harrison Green's Fork 
Bartholomew Grecncown 
' Boone Greenville 
Elkhart i Greenwood 
Brown, Groomsville 
Monroe ' Groveland 

Vigo \ Grovertowu 
Eipley i Groves 
Morgan ' (f riswold 
Crawford ' Guilibrd 
Stark; Gnionsville 
Spencer Hagorstown 
Daviess! Halbert's Bluff 
Lawrence Half Way 

Howard! Hall 
Kosciusko', Hall's Corners 
Vermillion i Hamilton 
Vanderburgh | Hancock 

Fayette, Hannah Station 
Jackson , Haniregan 
Franklin llan.iver 



DeKalb 
Shelliv 
Marshall 
Eaniloliili 
Mari-.u 
Fay..ii.- 



II, 



■.linsburp 



lol|.)i Harl, 



Ha 
Dubois Ha 



Can 
Putua 
Ja';k- 



■tfard City 
s Mills 
iville 

rvsburg 
il 
.Madt 



Flkiiart 1 Ireland 
Owen ; Jackson burg 
Jefferson j.lacksou Station 

Speuecr Jacksouville 
Crawford Jaddeii 
Switzerland Jalapa 

Delaware James' Switch 
Sullivan Jamestown 
Jiiy Jarvis 
Orange Jasouville 
Grant Jasper 
Putnam Jay 
Hancock Jelt'crson 
La Grange Jcffersonville 
Fulton Jennings 
Henry Jerome 
Decatur] Jones 
Wayne | .Jonesbovough 
Howard I Jones' Station 

Floyd] Jonesville 
Johnson j Jordan 

Tipton Jordan Village 
Putnam ] Juliet 

Stark I Kaiorama 
Fayette ■ Kasson 

Knax! Keek's Church 
Dearborn i Kelso 

jKendaUville 
Wayne ] Kent 
Martin 1 Kewanna 

Jay ! Kinder 
Morgan < Kingsbury 

Allen I Kingston 
Steuben | Kirk's y, Roads 
Harrison , Knigbtstown 
Laporte I Knob Creek 
Kusk • Knox 
Jefferson ' Kokomo 
Wasiiington j Kossnth 
Allen I Laconia 
Clay , Ladoga 
Fayette I La Fiivette 
Delaware \ La Fontaine- 
Washington , I^a Grange 
Randolph 7^a Gro 
Monroe] Lake City 
Carroll ] Lake Station 
Ohio' Lake 
Blackford ' Laketon 
K 



Bartbol 
F 



Fishersburg 

Five Corners 

Flat Rock 

Flint 

Florence 

Florida 

Flower's Gap 

Floi d Knobs 

F..rsonville 

Forest Hill 

Forestville 

Fort Branch 

Fort Ritner 

|.'ort Wayne 

Foster's Ridga 

Fox 

Krancesville 

Francisco 

I'rankfort 

Franklin 

Frankton 

l.'rederic'isburg 

Fredonia 

l-'reednm 

Kreclandville 

Frceport 

Freetown 

Fremont 

I''reueh Island 

Fr.-nchLick 

l.'alda 

iMilton 

Furuessville 



Madisou, llausertowu 
Miami Haw Pacch 
Shelby j Hawthorn's Mills 

Steuben i Hay mond 



Lake villa 
Lancaster 
Laud 
La;.. .11. I.auosville 
Gii's.jii Laporte 
U«eu Laurel 
La Grange I Laurence 



Switzerland 

Madison 

Washington 

Floyd 

Warrick 

De 



Haysville 

Haz.letoa 

Ilobrou 

H.'da 

Hector 



Heliron 
Madison] Heller's Corners 
Gibson Heltonville 
L awrenoB Hen i-y villa 
AU.Mi! 11 rinaau 
Perrv' llib<ruia 
W.'li^' IHek 



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inch 



Gibson Hijblaiul Station 
Clinton IlighKock 
Johnson Hillham 
Madison Hillsboro' 
Washington lUtehcoek Statfou 
Crawford llobart 

Owen llobbievilla 
Knox] Holland 
Shelby Holman 
Jackson i Holt 
Steuben I Holtoa 
Spenc.^r; Home 
Orange i Homer 
Spencer Money Creek 
Fultoi, 1 Hope 
Poriur lloustoa 



Pike 

Franklin 

Dubois 

Gibson 

Porter 

Noble 

Jay 

Washington 

Allen 

Lawrence 

Ripley 
Claik 
Posey 
Lake 
Greene 
Daviess 
Dubois 
Fountain 

Lake 

Greene 

Dubois 

Dearborn 

Grant 

Ripley 

Jefftrson 

Rush 

Henry 

Bartholomew 

Jackson 



Lawreuceburg 
Lawrenceville 
Leavenworth 
Lebanon 
Lee 

Leesburg 
LeesviUe 
Leipsio 
Leo 

Leopold 
Lewis 
Lewis Creek 
Lewisburg 
Lewisville 
Lexington 
Liberty 
Liberty Mills 
Lick Fork 
L'eonier 
Lilly Dale 
Lima 

Limber Lost 
Lincoln 
Linden 
f/inn Gro'»e 
Linton 
Lisbon 
[iitte River 
Little York 
Livonia 
, Locke 



County. 

Parke 

Clay 

Clark 

Daviess 

Dubois 

Hun ting ton 

Madison 

Lawrenoe 

Sullivan 

De Kalb 

White 

Warren 

War.un 

Franklin 

Marshall 

Dubois 

Wayne 

Tiiilun 

Switzerland 

Gr lit 

Marion 

Bn,,ue 

De Kulb 

Greene 

Dubois 

Jay 

Clinton 

Clark 

Franklin 

Howard 

Grant , 

D'.'arborn " 

BarthulomciV 

Randolph 

Owen 

Lawrence 

Wayne 

Vanderburgh 

Martin 

Dearborn 

Noble 

Jeff.'rsoa 

Fulton 

Hancock 

Lapor'ie 

Deeat 

Clinton 

Hen 

Harrison 

MaUUew 

Ilnward 

Washington 

Harrison 

Montgomery 

Tipp.^canoe 

Wabash 

La (irange 

Wabas 

,Sta' 

Lake 

S,.,-.n. 

W-ll.a 

St. ,T..s,. 

JellVl. 

WliitUy 

Harrison 

Laporto 

Franklin 

Marioij 

Dearborn 

Crawford 

Booae 

V^arrick 

Kosciusko 

Lawn I 

Orange 

Allen 

Perry 

\'igo 

Shelby 

Ca- 
Hcnrv 
Sei'tt 
Fniou 
Wal.ash 
Crawf..rd 
Nolilo 
I'.rry 
La Grange 
Ad:', in 3 
Ca 
Moutminr 
A-lai 

GvrenO 

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POST OFFICES INDIANA. 



To 



Post Office. 

liockport 

Ludi 

Logan 

Logansport 

Loudon 

Longwood 

Loogootee 

Losautville 

Lotus 

Lovt-ly Dale 

Lowell 

Lowell Mills 

Ludlow 

Luray 

Lushers 

Lynn 

Lyunville 

Lyon's Station 

Mc Cameron 

JlcCordsville 

McCoy's Stat/OD 



Count!/. 

Carroll 

VV abash 

Duarlorn 

Cass 

Shelby 

Fayette 

Martin 

Kaudolpii 

Unio., 

Knox 

Lake 

Bartholiiinew 

Dubois 

Henry 

Perry 

Randolpii 

Warrick 

Fayette 

Martin 

Hancock 

Decat 



McCutchauTille Tanderbur-h 



McDonald'g 

Mace 

Madison 

Mase.'ica 

Jl.i-nulia 

Mal.un 

Jlauchester 

Ma nil at tan 

Jlanilla 

Mansfi..'ld 

Manville 

Maples 

Marco 

JIarey 

JIarengo 

Mariah Hill 

Marietta 

Marion 

Markle 

Markleville 

Marmont 

Marsli Ur-eli 

Marshiield 

Martinsburg 

Martinsville 

Martz 

Massillon 

Maiickport 

Maxiukuckeo 

Mechanisbui 



Oran„ 

Montgomery 

Jefferson 

Kiinti ngton 

Crawford 

Hantington 

Dearborn 

Futnam 

Rusli 

Parke 

Jefferson 

Allen 

Greene 

La Grange 

Craw.'urd 

Spencer 

Shelliy 

Grant 

Huntington 

Madison 

Marshall 

Giljt,on 

VVai-ren 

VVashiugion 

Mor^:an 

Clay 

Allen 

Harrison 

Marshall 

H 



Post Ofjice. 



County. [ Pout Office. 



County , 



Post Office. 



County, 



Mooney Jackson 

Moorefield Switjeriund 

Moore's Hill Dearborn 

Wooresville Morgan 

Moore's Vineyard 

Bartholomew 



Moral 

Jlorgantown 

JMorgiana 

Morocco 

;\ In iris 

llorristown 

Morton 

Jlorionsville 

Moscow 

Mountain Springs 

Mount Auburn 

Mount Carmel 

Mount Comfort 

MouutKtua 



Shelby I 

Morgan 

Lawrence 

Newton 

K:pley 

Shelby 

Putnam 

Clnitoii 

Rush 

Martin 

Shelbv 

Franklin 

Hancock 

Huntington 



Mount Healthy Bartholoiii 



Mechanics ille Vanderburgh 



JledarysvLlla 

Jledora 

Memphis 

Mercury 

Merom 

Merrian 

MerriUville 

Metamora 

Metea 

Mets 

Mexico 

M i am i 

Jlichigau City 

Michigantown 

Middlebury 

Middle Fork 

Jliddletowu 

Midway 

Mier 

Mifflin 

Milan 

Milford 

Mill Ark 

Millersburg 

Mil lei's Station 

]llillhoLiseu 

Millport 

Mill town 

MillviUe 

Milroy 

Milton 

Mishawaka 

Mitchell 

Mixersville 

Mongoqniuong 

Monitor 

Monmouth 

ilonon 

Monroe 

Monroeville 

Monrovia 

Monterey 

Montez 

Montezuma 

Montgomery 



Pulaski 

Jackson : 

Clark i 

Madison 

Sullivan 

Noble 

Lake 

Franklin 

Cass 

Steuben 

Miami 

Laporte 
Cl.ntoo 
Elkhart 
Clintou 

H 

Spencer 

Grant 

Crawford 

Ripley 

Kosciusko 

Fulton 

Elknarf. 

Lake 

Decatur 

Jackson 

Crawford 

Herrv 

Rus'h 

Wavne 

St. Joseph 

Lawrence 

Fi-anklin 

La Gran^'c 

Tippeca.iue 

Adams 

White 

Jay 

Allen 

Morgan 

Pulaski 

Cass 

Parke 

Jenuiuiis 



Mount Hop. 
Mount Liberty 
Mount Meridian 
Mount Moriah 
Mount Pisgah 
Mount Prospect 
Mount Sterling 
Mount Vernon 
Muddy Fork 
Miid Lick 
Afulberry 
Muiicie 
Murray 
Nup.jleon 
Nash Depot 
Nashville 
Natchez 
Nebraska 
Necessity 
Neff 
Nevada 
New Albany 
New Alsace 
New Amsterdam 
New Bellsville 
Nevvbern 
Newberry 
New Boston 
New Britton 
Newburg 
New Burlington 
NewCarli»le 
-New Caslle 
New Corner 
New Cory don 
New Cumberland 
New Durham 
New Elizabeth 
New Farm I ngton 
New Garden 
New Goshen 
New Harmony 
New Haven 
I New Holland 

New Lancaster 

New Lebanon 
Lisbon 
London 
Marion 
JlaysviUe 
Mount Pleasant 
Pans 
Philadelphia \\ 

INew Pittsburg 

Newport 

New Providence 

>ew Keti-eat 

New Richmond 

New Rosa 

New Salem 

New Salisliury 

Newton Stewart 

Neutou^Ule 

Newtown 

New Trenton 

Newville 

New AVashington 

New Waverly 

New Winchester 

Nicliol-JOnviUe 



De Kalb 

Brown 

Putnam 

Brown 

LaGruige 

Crawford 

Switzerlanu 

l*ose V 

Clark 

Jefferson 

CI nton 

Deiavvai'e 

Wells 

Rqdey 

Vanderbaigii 



North Galveston 

North Hogan 

Nortii Juuson 

North Libcrtv 

North Madison 

North Manchester 

Norchport 

North Salem 

Notre Dame 

Nottingham 

N uma 

Oak 

Oalidale 

Oakuam 

Ouk Farm 

Oak ford 

Oak Forrest 

Oak Grove 

Oakland 

Oakland City 

Oak Station 

Oak Woods 

Oeeola 



Ne 



Ne» 



Montgomery's Station Davi 
Mouticello White 

Montmorency Tippecanoe 

ilontpelier Blackford 



Ni 

Nine Mile 
Nineveh 
.N oah 

Noble C H 
Noblesville 
Normanda 
North Bend 
\ North East 
Northern Depot 
Northfield 



Bre 

Jiartin 

Jenuings 

Broun 

Rauilolph 

Tipton 

Floyd 

Dearborn 

Harrison 

Brown 

Bartlioiunie.v 

(ireene 

Spencer 

Hamilton 

WarricK 

Delaware 

St. Joseph 

Henry 

Delaware 

Jay 

Grant 

Laporte 

Hendricks 

Jackson 

Wayne 

Vigo 

Posey 

Allen 

Wabash 

Tipton 

Sullivan 

Henry 

Howard 

Ripley 

Putnam 

Jay 

Elkhart 

shingtou 

Randolpii 

■ Vermillion 

Ciark 

Waslii ngton 

Montgomery 

Rush 

Harrison 

orangt 

Spencer 

Fountain 

Franklin 

De Kalb 

Clark 

Cass 

Hendricks 

Putnam 

Miami 

Allen 

Johnson 

Bhellji 

Nobk 

Hamilton 

Tipton 

S tarl 

Steuben 

Boont 



Kisciusko I Poolesville 
Ripley I Poplar Gro 
Stark ! Purtersvill 
St. Josepli I Portlai " 
JettersouiPortlai 
Wabash, Fuseyvill 
Noble Poiton 
Hcudriel 



Warren 






Ogdeli 
0.1 Creek 
O'.denbuig 
Uleau 
Olive Hill 
Oneida 
Ontario 
Onward 



St. Joi 

Weils 

Paike 

Pulaski 

Jennings 

Vanderburgh 

Bi V, . 

Howan. 

Frankln. 

Jaspei 

Spencei 

Gibosn 

Kiio:\ 

Grant 

St. J 



Ht 

Ten 



-"ly 
Franklin 
Ripley 



VV 



ayi 



Ort 



■ille 
. Grove 



Organ ipring 



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Orland 

Orleans 

Osgood 

Oasian 

Oswego 

Otto 

Otuell 

Ovid 

wensburg 

Ov,ensvaie 

Owl Prairie 

Ox lord 

Padiria 

Palestine 

Palmyra 

Paoli 

Pans 

Parker 

Parkersburg 

Parker's Settlemi 

Parkville 

Patoka 

Patricksburg 

Patriot 

Paw Paw 



Kosciu 
I La Grange 

Fayette 

Or,.n^;e 

Lake 

Clark 

Washington 

Kosciusko 

Steuben 

OraUL'e 

K.plev 

Vv ells 

Kosciusko 

Clark 

Pike 

Madison 

Greene 

Gibson 



Da 



Prailie 

Prairie Creek 

Prairie Edge 

Prairietou 

Prescott 

Priam 

Price 

Princeton 

Prince William 

Prowsville 

Pulaski 

Putuamville 

Queensville 

Quercus Grove 

Qulncy 

Kaglesville 

Rainsville 

Raleigh 

Randall 

Raysville 

Reelsville 

Reese's Mill 

Kei 

Reiffsburg 

R-mmingtou 

Rensselaer 

Reserve 

Retreat 

Reynolds 

Richardson 

Richland 

Richmond 

Rich Valley 

Rich woods 

RidgeviUe 

Rigdon 

Ringgold 

Rising Sun 

River Vale 

Roanoke 

Rob Roy 



Benton Rochester 
Crawford Roektield 
Kosciusko Rockford 



I'S 



Harr 

Orange 
Jenniniis rr--- 
Randolph RoUiu 
Montgomery " 
ut Posey 
Parke 
Gibson 
Owen ^- 
Switzerlandl Ko 
Miami R 



Rockport 
R'lCkville 
Rogers ville 

Prairie 



Romuey 
Rono 
Root 
Rosedale 
HiU 
lie 



Pecksburg 

Pekin 

Pendleton 

Peunville 

Pep per town 

PerkinsviUe 

Perry 

rrysburg 
Perrysville 
P.ru 

Petersburg 
Pettit 
Phelps 
Philadelphia 
Piekard's Mills 
Pierce ton 
Piereeville 
Pilot Grove 
Pilot Knob 
l-'lmento 
Pine City 
Pittsboro' 
Pittsburg 
Plainfield 
Plainville 
Pleasant 
Pleasant Grove 
Pleasant Hill 
Pleasant l>ake 
Pleasant Mills 
Pleasant Ridge 
Plymouth 
Po 

Point Commerce 
I'oint Isabel 
Poland 
Polk Patch 
Pond Creek Mills 
Pond Grove 



Sull 



Hendricks I Ross 



Rosewood 



Wasliington 

Madison 

Jay 

Frankljii 

Madi 



V 



Rossburg 
Rossvilie 
RotiirocKs Jlills 
Royal Center 

Uo.aitou 

Allen I Rashvile 
Miami Russell's Mills 
■million! Russellville 
Miami I RussiaviUe 
Pike Saint John 
Tippecanoe Saint Joseph Vanderburgh 
A 1 leu sai nt Leon Dearborn 

Hancock saint Louis Crossing 
Clinton ^ Bartholomew 

Kosciusko saint Marv's Vlim 

Ripley I S'^" --■- - _ *'g» 



Parke 
Posey 

Tipton 

Vigo 

Montgomery 

Vigo 

Shelby 

Blackford 

Huntington 

Gibson 

„^ Carroll 

Washington 

Pulaski 

Putnam 

Jennings 

Switzerland 

Owen 

Daviess 

Warren 

Rush 

Allen 

Henry 

Putnam 

Boone 

Ripley 

Wells 

Jasper' 

Jasper 

Miami 

Jackson 

White 

St, Joseph 

Rush 

Wayne 

Wabash 

Delaware 

Randolph 

Grant 

La Grange 

Ohio 

Lawrence 

Ha lit i ngton 

Fountain 

Fulton 

Carroll 

Jackson 

Spencer 

Parke 

Henry 

Laporte 

Perry 

Tippecanoe 

Perry 

Allen 

Parke 

Kosciusko 

Parke 

Harrison 

Lake 

Decatur 

Clinton 

Harrison 

Cass 

Boone 

Rush 

Park 

Putnam 

Clinton 

Lake 



Saint Mcinrad 
Craw ford Saint Oiner 
Vigo I Saint Paul 
Morgan I Saint I'eter's 
Hendricks j Saint Wendel's 

Carroll i Salamonia 
Hendricks! Salem 

Daviess' Salem Center 
Switzerland I Salt Creek 

Jasper 'Saltilloville 
ilontgoinery Saltula 
Steuben I Sandford 
A'ianis , San Jacinto 
Gre lie ' San Piere 
Marshall Santa Claus 
Allen I Santa Fe 
Greene Sardinia 
Grant; Saturn 
Clay ■' Saundersville 
Warrick Scipio 

Knox Scotland 
BeutouiScottsville 



Decatur 
Spencer 
Decatur 

Franklin 

Posey 

Jay 

Washington 

Steuben 

Porter 

Washington 

Jelterson 

Vigo 

Jennings 

Stark 

Spencer 

Miami 

Decatur 

Whitley 

Vanderburgh 

Jennings 

Greene 

Floyd 



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POST OFFICES IOWA. 



County. 



Pott Office. 




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SU:iIlllMlltl:ilo 

Sliuruii 

tihurp'j Milld 

Sli:iri>jvillo 

ijhatt'iu'i- .Muiinil 

Sha.k4vil!u 

Sheilvillu 

Shvlbiirn 

ShvlLyville 

Siiluvv 

Silver Like 

Silvervilla 

Six Mile 

Sluh 

Shi to 

Slate Cut 

Sligo 

Smolier-s Mills 

Smitlilaiiil 

SniiihviUe 

Stnvrna 

SiiJ.UIvN Mills 

Show Mill 

S.iNbeiiy 

Somt'r4.i 

Soiuervillo 

Sou 111 Rend 

South Bethcny 

South llojtoii 

South CleiiveUnd 

South (r:ite 

South Martin 

South Slili'ord 

Southport 

South West 

South Whitley 

Sp.ide'i Depot 

Spauldin'.:villa 

Spirksvilie 

Sp;irta 

Sp;irt:iDbiir; 

Spour.sville 

Spunuer 

Spencervillo 

Sp cclaiui 

Sprini Cr-ck 

Spin/ U:ile 

Springtield 

Sprin.ti.M MilU 

Sprin;;IMl 

S|>rin::t iH'Q 

Sor n/ville 

Stamper's Creek 

Siaaford 

Slur 

Star City 

State Line 

Staunton 

Steam Corner 

Steele.^ 

Stewiirtsville 

Stilenville 

SlineHville 

Stip'sllill 

Stoekdaitt 

Stoekton 

Stock well 

Stoney Point 

Storm'A Creek 

Strawberry Uidge 

Slrawtnun 

Strinrtown 

Sugar Flranch 

Sugar Creek 

Suftar drove 

Suear River 

Sullivan 

Sulphiir Hill 

Sulphur Springs 

Snmmit 

rvmrnilvillo 

I itoner 

S implion Prairie 

8:inman 

Swan 

SHanville 

Svlrania 

Syracuse 

Tarn pi CO 

Tiiminoni f!roTi> 

T«vlorjville 

TeilCitv 

Terre Coupee 

Terre Haute 

Tetcrjburg 

Texiu 



Wliite Thorntown 
Clark Tippecanoe Town 
Delaware Tipton 
o<ci.isk(. Titusville 
.lackion Tobinsport 
Howard ToUerstou 
nti?oniery Toionto 
D.-laware Trafalgar 
JIarririon TrauiitviUe 
Tipton Trask 
Tippecanoe Trenton 

Nlor.'an Trinity Springs 
Han. lit )u TiiptoQ 
SulliiMU Troy 
Slielljy Tniinelton 
Kiilton Tuikei Creek 
KoHCiusko Turman'sCreok 
Lawrence Twelve Mile 
Jeniiia^!> Twin Corners 

(Jrant T^ner City 
Jenningjj L nion 

Clark; I'nion City 
Marsliall' Union Mills 
R'Mih ' I'niouville 
Shelby' Urbaua 
Monroe j Utica 
Decatur ' V'aleene 
Foimtiin; Valley C'tv 
li.iM 1 ilpli \ ,ilI.-V M fiJ 



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St. Joseph 



\ lln.ir 

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! Vaudjli 



I Versailles 



B.irtholomew | Vera Cnii 

Wa-shiii-toii 

Whillev 

Fr.iukln 

Martiij 

La Criange 

Marion 

Klkhan 

Wliitley 

Ripley 

Kno.\ 

Jaekson 



Victor 
Vienna 
Vinceunes 
^'istula 

Volga 
Wabash 
WadesviUe 
•f.ttrv^irii Wailsboro* 
Dearborn ' Wakarusa 
Randolph IWalkersville 
Brown i Walkerton 
Owen! Wallace 
De Kail, I W iHut Hill 
Henry I Wal pole 
C,i-i»| WaUoa 
Harris Ml | W.inatah 
I''rankl-n . V\'arren 

Nolile I Warrington 
Decatur] Warsaw 
nendrieks: Washin:^ton 
Lawrenei; ' Wasiiiniiiou Center 
Oran.'e, Watciford 
Jlouroe I Waterloo 

Rush Waterloo City 
Puliski Waterman 
Warren Waiihoo 
Clay Waveland 
Fountain U'avevlv 
Rush; Waw.ilt'a 
Posey ( Waw - pe-cong 
Hendricks I Way 

Monro.; 1 \\'aynesburg 
Franklin i Waynetown 
M iam i i Wavnesv iUc 
Owen I Webster 
Tippecanoe j Weisb:irg 
Jefferson' Wesley 
Jennings' West Itaden 

Pulaski I West Ruena Vista 
Hamilton VVestehest.T 
Ripley I W(Mt Creek 
Swit/.erlanl Westti.dd 

HancoeklWest Kiuderhook 
Tipperanoill We.stland 



County. 

Boone 

Marshall 

Tipton 

Ripley 

Perrv 

Lake 

Vermillion 

Johnson 

Tippecanoe 

(iraiit 

Randolph 

Martin 

Jennings 

J'erry 

Lawrence 

S ten lien 

Sullivan 

Cass 

C.3S 

Marsl.all 

P'ke 

Randolph 

Laporte 

Monr....- 

VVabusii 

Clark 

Orange 

Harrison 

Marion 

Jackson 

Porter 

Clay 

Owen 

Wells 

Jennings 

Ripley 

Switzerland 

De Kalb 

Seott 

Knox 

Elkhart 

Jefferiion 

Vr abash 

Posey 

Bartholomew 

Elkiiart 

Jasper 

St. Josepli 

Fountain 

Marshdl 

Hancock 

Cass 

Liporte 

Huntington 

Hancock 

Kosciusko 

Daviess 

■Wlntlev 

La Porte 

Favette 

DeKulb 

Parke 

Vigo 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Noble 

Miiam 

Ripley 

Decatur 

Montgomery 

Bartliolomew 



Post Office, 

WiUiamstown 

Wilmington 

Wilmot 

Willow Branch 

Winchester 

Windfall 

Windsor 

Winfield 

Winnamao 

Winslow 

Winterrowd 

WintersviUe 

Winthrop 

Wirt 

Wolcott 

Woleottville 

Woir Creek 

V\'oodbury 

Woodland 

Wuedville 

Wooster 

Woostertown 

Worthingtou 

Worchsville 

Wright 

Wright's Mills 

Wright's Corners 

Wyandotte 

Wynn 

Xenia 

Vankeetown 

Yellow Creek 

Vork Center 

Yorktown 

Yorkville 

Zanesvilie 

Zenas 

Zimsburg 

Zionsville 



County. 

Decatur 

Dearborn 

Noble 

Hancock 

Randolph 

Tipton 

Raud.dph 

Lake 

Pulaski 

Pike 

Shelby 

Decatui 

(ir.mt 

Jeflersoii 

White 

La Ci range 

Marsliall 

Hamilton 

St. Joseph 

Jaekson 

Kosciusko 

Scott 

Greene 

Johnson 

Greene 

Parke 

Dearborn 

Tippecanoe 

Franklin 

Miami 



W: 



Koiciiisko 

Steuben 

Delaware 

Dearl'orn 

Wells 

Jennings 

Madison 

Boone 



(li 



County, 



Way, 



Montgoin.re We<t Lebanon 
Sullivan! West Newton 
Shell.y West Point 
Henry | Westport 
Whitlev VVestv lie 
Madison Wheatland 
Rilsl,, Wheatonvil 
St. Joseph WheatviUe 
RM'h. , 

Wheeling 
Whilccimb 
White Cr -ek 
White Hall 
Land 
Lick 
M'liitestown 
Whitesville 
White Water 
Wild Cat 
Williamsburg 
WiUiamsport 



Nolde 

Jeff-'rson 

Parke 

Kosciusko 

Jackson! Whit 

Porter; Whit 

Bartholomew 

Perry 

St. Josepli 

Vigo 

Tipton 

Washington 



Dearborn 

Montgomery 

Ocange 

Gibson 

Jay 

Lake 

Hamilton 

Tipton 

Hancock 

\S'arren 

Marion 

Tippecanoe 

Decatur 

Laporte 

Knox 

Warrick 

Miami 

Porter 

Delaware 

Franklin 

Jackson 

Owen 

Johnson 

Boone 

Boone 

Montgomery 

Wayne 

Carrol 

AVaync 

Warren 



Abingdon 


Jeflersoi, 


Ackley 


Hardin 


Adel 


Dallas 


Adelphi 


Polk 


Afton 


• Union 


Agency City 


Wapello 


Agricola 


Mahaska 


Ainsworth 


Washington 


Albany 


Davis 


Albia 


Monroe 


Albion 


Marsliall 


Albright 


DesMoine.s 


Alden 


Hardin 


Algona 


K.ssutb 


Algonquin 


Butler 


Ailemakee 


Ailemakee 


Allen's Grova 


Scott 


Allison 


DiiBuqne 


A 1 moral 


D-Iaware 


Alpine 


Wapello 


Alton 


Dalla, 


Amador 


Wapello 


A m ish 


Johnson 


Amity 


cott 


.\naino3a 


Jones 


Anderson 


Clayton 


Andrew 


Jackson 


-Ajiple GroTe 


Polk 


Aquilla Grove 


Winneshiek 


Arbor Hill 


Adair 


Areola 


Monona 


Argo 


Lucas 


Ashland 


Wapello 


Atalissa 


Moseatinr 


Atlanta 


Buchanan 


Attica 


Marion 


Auburn 


Mahaska 


■\ugusta 


Des Moines 


Aurora 


Keokuk 


Avon 


Polk 


Rach Grove 


Wright 


nation 


Keokuk 


IJaker 


JeBerson 


Bangor 


Marshall 


Bankston 


Dubuque 


Banner Valley 


Linn 


Bally dough 


Dubnqne 


Barclay 


Black Hawk 


Barryville 


Delaware 


Bear Grove 


Guthrie 


Bedford 


Taylor 


Beetrace 


Appanoose 


Belinda 


Lucas 


Belfast 


Lee 


Bello Air 


Johnson 



Post Office. 


County. i| 


Belle Fountain 


Mibask»j| 


Belle Plain 


BentonI' 


Bellevue 


Jackson,. 


Belmond 


Wright; 


liclvidere 


Monouad 


Bennington 


Marionii 


Kenton 


MilUp 


Benton's Port 


Tan BurenL 


Berlin 


Ha 1 din 


Bertram 


Linn 1 


Bethel 


Fayette 


Bethlehem 


W ayne] 


Big (ivove 


Pottawatomie 


Big Mound 


Lee 


Big Koek 


Scott 


I'.ig Springs 


Louisa 


Birmingham 


Van Buren 


Blair-town 


Benton 


Blakeville 


Black Hawk 


Uloomtield 


Davis 


I'.loomington 


Polk 


Blue Grass 


Scott 


Bine Point 


Powshiek 


lilutttou 


Winnishiek 


Bon Accord 


Jcdinson 


Bonaparte 


Van Buren 


Boone 


I>allaB 


Boouesboro' 


Boone 


Boon Spring 


Clinton 


Border Plains 


Webster 


Botany 


Shelby 


Ibitavia 


Jefferson 


Boulder 


Linn 


Bower's Prairie 


Jones 


Boyer River 


Crawford 


Boylin's Grove 


Butler 


Bradford 


Chickasaw. 


Brandon 


Buchanani 


Bridgeport 


Jackson- 


Brighton 


Washington 


Bristol 


Worth 


Brock 


Mahaska 


Brookfield 


Clinton 


''■rooklyn 


Madison 


Brookville 


Jefferson 


Brownsville 


M.tchell 


Brush Creek 


Fayette 


Brushy Valley 


Guthrie 


Buchingham 


Tama 


Buck Creek 


Bremer 


Buckeye 


Tama 


Baena" Vista 


Clinton 


Buffalo 


Scott 
Kossuth 


in Halo Fork 


Buffalo Grove 


Buchanan 


Buncombe 


Dobuqjue 


Burgess 


Clinton 


Burk 


Benton* 


Burlington 


Des MoineS' 


Burr Oak 


Winneshiek 


Business Corner 


Vau Burenc 


Butler 


K.okuk 


Butler Center 


Butler 


Butler UiU 


Emmet 


Busti 


Howard. 


Cairo 


Louisa. 


Caledonia 


Ringgol* 


Caldwell 


.Appanoosa 


Callioun 


Harrison' 


Calniar 


Winneshiek 


Calmus 


Clinton 


Caloma 


Marion 


Camanche 


Clin'on 


Cambria 


Wayne 


Cambridge 


Story 


Camden 




CamptoB 


Delaware 


Canoe 


WiJneshiek 


Canton 


Jaekson 


Canoli 


Ailemakee 


Cardiff 


Mitchell 
Adamsl 


Carl 


Carlisle 


Warren fl 


Carrol ton 


Carroll H 


Carthage 


Johnsonfl 


Cascade 


Dubuque 1 


Cassndav's Corners I!oone|| 


fass Centre 


J ones 1 


Castalia 


Winneshiek! 


(-"astle Grove 


Jouesl 


Cistleville 


Bachananjj 


Cedar Bluff 


Cedarl 


Cedar p-alls 


Black Hawkl 


Cedar Rapids 


LinnI 


Cedar Valley 


Black Hawkl 


Central City 


Linn 


Center 


Pa-ze . 


Center Point 


Linn 


Centerville 


Appauii..so 


Ceres 


Clavinn 


Chandaller 


Keoknk 


Chapia 


FiaukliB 



I 



POST OFFICES — IOWA. 



Post OJlce. 

Chariton C. H. 

Charles City 

Clarence 

Clarksville 

Charleston 

Charlotte 

Chatham 

Chatanooga 

Clay JlilU 

Clayfoi-d 

Chelsea 

Chequist 

Cherokee 

Chickasaw 

Chilicothe 

Christiansburg 

Cincinnati 

Clanton 

Clarinda 

Cli\y 

Clayton 

Clear Creek 

Clear Lake City 

Clermont 

Clifton 

Clinton 

Clio 

Clide 

Coal Creek 

Coaltou 

Colegburg 

Colfax 

College Farm 

College Spring 

Clo ^ 

Colony 

Columbia 

Columbus City 

Comet 
Communia 

Competine 

Comstock 

Confidence 

Coon Rapids 

Co pi 

Correctionville 

Cory 

Corydou 

Cottaie 

Cottage Hill 

Cotton (Jrove 

Cottonville 

Council Bluffs 

Council Hill 

Cox Creek 

Crane Creek 

Crawfordsville 

Crescent City 

Cross 

Croton 

Crystal 

Cuba 

Dahlbnega 

Dakota' 

Dallas 

Dalmamatha 

Danforth 

Danville 

Davenport 

Davis Gree 

Dayton 

Decatur 

Decorah 

Deep River 

Deerfield 

Delanti 

Delaware 

Delhi 

Deuison 

Denmark 

Dennis 

Denver 

Derrinance 

Des Jfoires 

DeWitt 

Diary 

Divide 

Dixon 

Dodge 

Oodgeville 

Doran 

Dorohesl ^T 

Doud Stj tion 

Douglas 

Dover 

Downey 

Drakesville 

3ry Creek 

Dubuque 

Durango 

DuTiint 

>«tcii Creek 



County. 



17 



Post Office. 



County. 



Davis 

Cherokee 

Chickasaw 

Wapello 

Appanoose 

Madison 

Page 

Washington 

Clayton 

Allemakee 

Cerro Gordo 

Fayette 

Louisa 

Clinton 

Wayne 

Jasper 

Keokuk 

Monroe 

Delaware 

Jasper 

Story 

Page 

Story 

Delaware 

Marion 

Louisa 

Mahaska 

Clayton 

Wapello 

Wapello 

^V"ayne 

Carroll 

Johnson 

Woodbury 

Fremont 

Wayne 

Hardin 

Dubuque 

Henry 

Jackson 

Pottawatomie 

Clayton 

Howard 

Washington 

P'ottawatomie 

Ring-old 

Lee 

Tama 

Monroe 

Wapello 

Humbolt 

Marion 

Guthrie 

.Tohnson 

Des Moines 

Scott 

Washington 

Bremer 

Dacatur 

Winneshiek 

Poweshiek 

Chickasaw 

Hardin 

Delaware 



Washington 

Keokuk 

Scott 

Gnthrie 

Des Moines 

Mitchell 

Allemakee 

Van Buren 

Fayette 

Lee 

Cedar 

Davis 

Linn 



Lucas Dyersville 
Floyd Eagle 
Cedar Kagle Grove 
Butler Earlville 
Lee Kast Melrose 
Clinton Eatonville 
Buchanan Rdenville 
Dallas Eddyville 
Jone-i Eden 
Jones i Edinburg 
Tama Edna 
Edom 
Rldora 
El Dorado 
Elgin 
Elk 

Elkader 
Elkport 
Elk River 
Ellington 
Ellsworth 
Elm Springs 
Elon 
Ely 

Emmet 

Emmetts burgh 
English Settlemen 
Enterprise 
Epworth 
Estella 

EsthervilleO. H. 
Eugene 

Bveland Grove 
Exira 
Fairbank 
Fairfax 
Faireeld 
'Fair port 
Fairview 
Fandon 
Farley 

Farmersburg 
Farmer's Creek 
Farmingtoa 
Fayette 
Fern. Valley 
Festiua 
Filmore 
Flint 
Fiorenue 
Floris 
Floyd 
Fontanelle 
Fontaine 
Foote 

Forrest City 
Forest Hill 
Forest Home 
Foreston 
Forestville 
Forks 

Fort Atkinson 
Fort Dodge 
Fort Madison 
Fort Plain 
Frankfort 
Franklin 
Franklin Cent'e 
Franklin Grove 
Frank Pierce 
Franklin Prairie 
Frankville 
Frederica 
Fredericksburg 
Fredonia 
Freedom 
F reel and 
I Freeport 
Crawford Fremont 

Lee I French Creek, 
Appanoose I Friend's Grove 
Hremer j Fryeburg 
Dubuqu-Fuiler's Mills 
Polk' Fulton 
Clinton Funk's Mills 
Galesburg 
Garden Grove 
Garibaldi 
Garnaville 
Garry Owen 
Gaston 
Gem 
Genesee 
Geneva 
Genoa 
Genoa Bluff 
Georgetown 
German villa 
Dubuque j Girard 
i Gilbert 
Cedar | Gilbertville 
Washington Qivona 



Post Of/ice. 



Dubuque Glasgow 
Bremer Glendale 
Wright Glenn's 
Delaware Glen wood 
Monroe Goldfield 
Howard Gosport 
Marshall Grand Mound 
Wapello Grand River 
Fayette Grand View 
Jones Grandville 
Cass (rrant 
Keokuk Grant City 
Hardin Gravity 
Fayette Greeley 

" Green Castle 

Decatnr Greenfield 
Clayton Green Mountain 

" Greenvale 

Clinton Greenwood 
Hancock Grinnell 
Madison Grove City 
Butler Grove Creek 
Allemakee Grove Hill 
Marion Grundy Center 
Emmet Gurley 
Palo Alto GuthrieCenter 
t Marion Gutenburg 
Black Hawk Halfway Prairie 
Dubuque Hamburfrh 
Rinsgold Hamilton 

Emmet Hamlin Grove 
Ringgold i ammondsburg 
Mahaska amptoa 
Audubon Hardin 
Buchanan Harlan 

Linn Harpers Ferry 
JeRVrsoii Harris Grove 
Muscatine Ha-ttford 
Jones Hartland 
Allamakee Hawleysville 
Dhhnqtie Hazlfe Green 
Clayton Hazelton 
Jackson Hebron 
Van Buren Helena 

Fayette Hemlerson Prair 
Palo Alto Hesper 
Winneshiek Hesperian 
rhibuqne Hibbsvillo 
Mahaska Hickory 

Benton H'ckory Grove 
Davis Hisginsport 
Floyd Highland 
Adair Highland Grove 
Hardin High Point 
Xowa Hillsborough 
Winnebago Holaday's 

Louisa Holt 
Poweshiek Home 

Howard Homer 
Delaware Homestead 
Tama Hook's Point 
Winneshiek Hopeville 
Webster Hopewell 

Lee Hopkinton 
Warren Hortou 
Montgomery Howard Center 
Decatur Howardsville 
Lee Hudson 
P;ig-' Huron 
Johnson Iconium 
Winneshiek Lla 
Winneshiek Illinois Grove 
Bremer Llyria 
Chickasaw Independence C H 
Louisa Indianola C H 
Lucas [udianapnlis 
" [iHfart's Grove 
Winneshiek tnliuid 
Mahaska loka 
Allemakee Tola 
Wiirren Ion 
Wright Iowa Center 

Jones Iowa City 
Jackson Iowa Falls 
Djcatur lowaviUe 
Jasper Iron irila 
Decatur | Irviuailon 
Keokuk Isabeil 
Clayton ■ luka 
Jackson j Jacksonville 
Fremont' Jaynesville 
Clayton ■ Jeddo City 
Cerro Gordo Jefferson" 
Franklin Jeffersonville 
Wayne | Jerome 
Iowa I Jessup 
Monroe Johnson 
Jefferson ' Jone 
Clayton ' Jolly ville 
Scott 1 Kasson 
Black Hawk I Kendnck 
Mahaska. Ceauebeo 



County. 
Jeffersoi 



Post Offi.ce. 



Keokuk 
Keosiuqua 
Clark Kilbourn 
Mills Kinisaw 
Wright King 
Marion Kingston 
Clinton Kingston City 
Wayne Kirksville 
Louisa Knoxville 
Mahaska Kossuth 
Montgomery Koszta 
Sac Lacella 
Taylor Lacona 
Delaware Lacy 
Jasper Ladora 
Adair Lafayette 
Marshall La Grange 
Dallas Lake 
Polk Lake City 
Poweshiek Lakin's Grove 
Cass La Motto 
Delaware Lancaster 
Bremer Langworthy 
Grundy Lansing 
Cass Laporte 
Guthrie Laporte City 
Claytou Laredo 
Monroe Latimer 
Fremont La Vega 

Marion Lawrenceborg 
Audubon Lebanon 
Warren Le Claire 
Franklin Le Grand 
Clayton Leiahtou 
Shelby Leo 
Allemakee Leon 
Harrison Leroy 
Warren Lester 
Worth Lewis 
Page Lewisburg 
Delawart Lexington 
Buchanan Liberty 

Adair Liberty Center 
Tama Libertyville 
ie Clayton Lima 
Winneshiek Lime Spring 

Webster Lincoln 
Appanoose Linton 
Van Buren Lisbon 
Jackson Lithopolis 
Jackson Littleport 
Clayton Little Sionx 

Jones Livingston 
Decatur Lookridge 
Henry Locust Lane 
Adair Lett's Creek 
Taylor Louisa Center 
Van Buren Lovilia 
Hamilton Lowden 

Iowa Lowell 
Hamilton Low Moor 

Clark Luana 
Mahaska Lucerne 
Delaware Luni 
Bremer Lura 
Howard Lybrand 
Floyd i.ycurgus 
Black Hawk Lynn 
Des Moines Lynuville 
Appanoose Lyons 

Ida LytleCity 
Marshall McGregor 
Fayette McKissack'3 Grove 
Buchanan Macedonia 
Warren Macksville 
Mahaska Jiada 
Rinn;gold Madison 
Cedar Magnolia 
Keokuk Makee 
Marion i Malcom 
Allemakee pialvern 

Story Manchester 
Johnson] Maugoldville 
Hardin i JIanti 
Van Buren ]Manteno 
Jackson Mapleton 
Kossuth Maquoketa 
J ackson Marcy 

Tama! Marble Rock 
Chickasaw | Marengo 
Bremer , Marietta 
Harrison I Marion 
Dubuque i Marshall 

Lee I Marshalltown 
Appanoose Martinsburg 
Buchanan Mason City 
Jones Masonvilla 
Iowa Massillion 
Lee Maysville 
Madison i Maxfield 
Greene Meade 
Mouuoa McchanicsTilU 



County. 

Lea 
Van Burea 

Tama 

Dubuque 

Des Moines 

Linn 

Wapell* 

JIarion 

Des Moines 

Iowa 

Clark 

Warr«n 

Muscatine 

Iowa 

Linn 

Lucas 

Washington 

Calhonn 

Hamilton 

Jackson 

Keokuk 

Jones 

Allemakee 

Clark 

Black Hawk 

Mahaska 

Warren 

Dc3 Moines 

Warren 

Van Buren 

Scott 

Marshall 

Mahaska 

Fayette 

Decatur 

Brewer 

Black Hawk 

Cass 

Wayne 

Tayltfr 

Clark 

Warren 

Jefferson 

Fayette 

Howard 

Polk 

Des Moines 

Linn 

Hardin 

Clayton 

Harrison 

Appanoese 

Jefferson 

Winneshiek 

Kossuth 

Louisa 

Monroe 

Cedar 

Henry 

Clinton 

Clayton 

Wayne 

Wright 

Cass 

Allemakee 

Allemakee 

Warren 

Jasper 

ClintOB 

Iowa 

Claytou 

Fremont 

Potawattomie 

Guthrie 

Guthrie 

Jones 

Harrison 

Allemakee 

Poweshiek 

Johnson 

Delaware 

Delaware 

Fremont 

Shelby 

Monona 

Jackson 

Boone 

Floyd 

Iowa 

Marshall 

Linn 

Henry 

MarshaU 

Keokuk 

Cerro Gordo 

Cerro Gord» 

Cedar 

Franklin 

Bremer 

P»«e 

Cedftt 



18 



POST OFFICES IOWA. 



Pott Of^e*. 



County. 



Post Office. 



County. 



Post OfMe, 



County. 



Apr*"""'" Okotio.ji 
Tiivlur 01 J Mission 
WnVion OlmstvHd 
llri'iiui Oiiuuway 
Madiaun , Oiiuway City 
Des Moines, Oran 
Louisa ornngo 
CliirX Orloid 



Mcmphit 

Memory 

Monnon 

Monlor 

Middle UiTer 

Middlflowa 

Mid Trnirio 

Milford 

Mill 

MilledRfTille 

MiU.Tav 

M.IKT.-.l.urg 

Bill) Cirovo 

Mill rock 

Millvilla 

Miltou 

Miiurul Ridgs 

Miii>rva 

Miti-h.ll 

Slil.-hvillo 

tUuhlil 

Mollitt'B GroTe 

Moiia 

Monmouth 

Mononu 

Monrou 

Monterey 

Monleiuma 

Montijomcry 

Montizello 

Montrose 

Moravia 

Mor^-au 

MorninpSnn 

Morrisliurg 

Moscow 

Mount Alfor 

Mount Auburn 

Mount Avr 

Mount Olive 
.Mount Washington 

Mount Zion 

Mt. Hope 

Mt. riL-a<ftnt 

Jtt. StL-rling 

Sit. A'ernon 

Mu!<oatina 

Nashua 

National 

NautriU 

Nceot 

Nelson 

Nemora 

Nevada 

Nevinville 

New AlKy 

Newark 

Newhern 

Newlurjrh MitclicU 

New lioston I^''i 

New lUida Decatur 

New Hampton Chickasaw 

New Hartford Hutkr 

New Haven Washington 

N<,w Hope Union 

New Jefteraon Groeuc 

New Libcity ^coit 

N c w Lo n don II e u ry 

New JIarket VanBureii 

New Orepiin Howard 

New Philadelphia Story 

Newport Johnson 

New Providence Hardin 

New Sharon Mahaska 

Newton Jasper 

New Town Pottawatomie 

New Vienna Duluique 

New Virginia Warren 

New York Wayne 

Nilcs Van liuren 

Nine Eagles Decatur 

Nora Springs l>"loy<l 

Norris Marshall 

North Mudison 

North Rnglish Iowa 

Northh< Id Dcs Moiue 

North Liherty John.-on 

Northville (Jrecne 

North Washington Chickasaw 



Dickenson ' Red Oak Junction Montgomery 



Fay 

Appanoose 

Dubnijue 

Iowa 

rowoshuk 

Jackson 

Clavton 

Van H.iren 

B.;onc 

Ja-iper 

Mit liel' 

Polk 

Harrison 

(iutlirie 

Mucl.ell 

Jack>on 

Clavton 

Jasper 

Davis 

Poweshiek 

Wright 

Jones 

Lee 

Appnnoose 

■Winneshiek 

Louisa 

Outhrie 

Muscatine 

Jaekson 

Benton 

Kingi-old 

Mills 

Adams 

Van Ruren 

Delawart 

Henry 

Van Burcn 

Linu 

Muscatine 

Chickasaw 

Clayton 

Bremer 

Linn 

Mitchell 

Johnson 

Stor\ 

Adams 

Winnesli 

Marion 



Orleans 

Orono 

OS lorn 

(^sborn« 

Osage 

Oskaloosa 

Osprey 

Ossian 



North wood 

Norwalk 

Nugent'sOrove 

Munia 

Oikfield 

Oikland Valley 

Oak I'oint 

Oak Spring 

Oaais 

O'Srien 

Oocol&C. n. 

Ogdea 

Ohio 



Worth 

Warren 

Linn 

Appanoose 

Auduhun 

Krauklm 

Van liuren 

U.ivis 

Johnson 

Oltrien 

Clark 

Dubuque 

Madison 



Oswego 

Otho 

Otisville 

Otranto 

Otsego 

Ottawa 

Otter Creek 

Otto 

(Ktuinwa 

Owi-u's Grove 

ONiord 

oxford Mills 

Oza,rk 

pacitie City 

page City 

Palestine 

pal my ra 

Palo 

Palo Alto 

I'aris 

Parkersburg 

Parrish 

Patriot 

Pedee 

Pella 

Penora 

Peoria 

Peoria City 

Peosta 

Peru 

Peterson 

Pickaway 

pierce Point 

PierccviUo 

piite 

Pilot Grove 

pin Oak 

Pittsburg 

PlattvUle 

pleasant Grove 

pleasant Hill 

pleasant Pain 

|»leasant Prairie 

Pleasan J Valley 

l'le:isautvine 

I'luTo llolluw 

Plymouth 

Plvmoutli Rock 

Point Isabelle 

point Palestine 

Point Pleasant 

Polk City 

Port Allen 

Portland 

Port Louisa 

Port llichmoud 

Postville 

Prairieburgh 

Prairie City 

Prairie Creek 

Prairie Grove 

Prairie HiU 

Prairie Mills 

Prairie View 

Prairieville 

Preparation 

Price 

Primrose 

Princeton 

Promise City 

Prospect Hill 

P.ila^ki 

Patnim 

l^iiasciueton 

(Jueliec 

n City 
n's Point 



Winneshiek Red Rock 

Shelby Reeder's Mills 

Louisa Uioeville 

Monona Kiehtield 

Fayette Richland 

Clinton Richmond 

Tama Ridge lalo 

Appanoose Riley 

Muscatine 

Howard 

Howard 

Mitchell 

Mahaska 

Monroe 

Alleniakee 

Warren 

Webster 

Franklin 

Mitchell 

Fayette 

Clark 

Jackson 

Woodbury 

Wapellu 

Cerro GoriUi 

Johnson 

Jones 

Jaeksou 

Mills 

Page 

Johnson 

Polk 

Linn 

Louisa 

Linn 

Butler 

Des Jtoines 

Union 

Cedar 

Marion 

Guthrie 

Mahask 

Polk 

Dubnqu 

Madiso 

Clay 

Bentun 

Dallas 

VanBuren 

Muscatine 



low a 

Harrison 

Mitchell 

Fayette 

Keokuk 

Wasliin;rton 

Polk 



Post Office, 



County. 



Katlau 

Rauiessa 

Randall 

Raymond 

Read 

Redding 

Redtield 

Red Oak 



Ring','old 

Rippey 

Rising Sun 

Rubin 

Koehester 

Rock 

Rockdale 

Roekford 

Hock Grove City 

Rome 

RosB Grove 

Rose Mound 

Rosette 

Kossvillo 

Round Grove 

S aim la 

Sac City 

Saint Ansgar 

SaintCharles 

Saint Clair 

Saint Donatus 

Saint John 

Saint Paul 

Salem 

Salina 

Sand Spring 

Sandusky 

Sandysville 

Saratoga 

Savannah 

Savlorsville 

Seiula 

Scotch Grove 

Scott 

Scott Centre 

Seventy -eight 

Shady Brook 

Sharon 

Shefiield 

Shelbv 

Shell "Rock 

Shell Rock Falls Cerro Gordo 



Dubuque 

Van Buren 

Ta\lor 

Des Jlonies 

Cedar 

Jetierson 

Muscatine 

Scott 

]\!arion 

Fremont 

Cerro Gordo 

Winneshiek 

Wapello 

Story 

Hardin 

Polk 

Louisa 

Van Buren 

Louisa 

Wapello 

Alleniakee 

Linn 

Jasper 

low a 

Ciurk 

Bo.'-ne 

Muscatine 

Ringgold 

Decatur 

Monona 

Scott 

Lee 

Scott 

VV ay ne 

Linn 

Davis 

Fayette 

Buchanan 

Hardin 

Adams 

Madison 

Harrison 

Clinton 

Hamilton 

Black Hawk 

Clayton 

Rin-go' 

Dall 

Cedar 



Sbellsburg 

Sherman 

Sherrill's Mount 

Shobe's Grove 

Shuevville 

Sidney 

Sigel 

Sigourney 

Simpson 

Sioux City 

Smithland 

Smyrna 

Snyder 

Solon 

South English 

South Flint 

SpiUville 

Spirit Lake 

Spragueville 

Spring Brook 

Spring Creek 

Sprinf; Dale 

Springtield 

Spring Grove 



Talleyra«d 
Tara 
Tarkis 
Taylor 
Taylorsville 
Thomjisonville 
Timber Creek 
Tipton 
Clark i Tipton Grove 
EinggoldlTivoli 
Greene ' Toledo 

Polk i Toolsborough 
Toronto 
Tower Hill 
Trenton 
Tripoli 
Troy 

Twin Spring 
Ty ro 
Lister 
Lmon 

Union Center 
I'nion City 
Union Hill 
Union Mills 
Uuion Prairie 
Union Ridgo 
Union to wn 
Unionville 
Unity 

L' pper Grove 
L'pton 
Urbanna 
Utica 
Valley 

Valley Farm 
Van Buren 
Vaudalia 
Vandyke 
\ ega 
Venus 
Vernon 

Vernon Springs 
Victor 
Vienna 
Village Creek 
^'incenne3 
V i nton 
Viola 

Virginia Grove 
Volga City 
Benton Volliska 
Poweshiek \^olney 
Dubuque Wacousta 
Franklin Wagner 
Johnson Waliagbousey 
Fremont Walnut 
Clayton Walnut Fork 
Keokuk Walnut Grove 
Adams Waltliam 
Woodbury U'apello 
Woodbury Wajisa 
Clark Wardena 
Dallas Ward's Corners 
Johnson Warren 
Keokuk Washington 
DesMo'nes Wassouville 
Winneshiek Waterl'ord 
Dickinson Waterloo 
Jackson Watertown 
WaterviUe 
Waubeek 
Waucoma 
Waupaton 
Waukou 



Benton 

Cedar 

Cerro Gordo 

Dubuque 

Floy d 

Henry 

Hamilton 

Warren 

Cedar 

Alleniakee 

Scott 

Jackson 

Sac 

Mitchell 

Madison 

Monona 

Jackson 

Harrison 

Lee 

Henry 

Jefferson 

Delaware 

Lee 

Warren 

Howard 

Davis 

Polk 

Montgomery 

Jones 

Mah aska 

Fayette 

Johnson 

Linn 

Warren 

Story 

Clark 

Butl 



jpri 



Lake 



pring Run 
Spring Valley 
Springville 
Springwater 
Staceyville 
Stapleton 
State Centre 
Stelapolis 
Sterling 
Stiles 
Story City 
Strawh-rry Point 
Stringtown 
Sugar Grove 
Su inmerhill 
Sumnierset 
Summit 
Summitville 
Sumner 
Sunny Side 
S wanton 
Sweede Point 
Sweetlaud Center 
Sviacuso 
Tabor 
Tallahoma 



Tama 
Cedar 
Keokuk 
Liun 
B rem el 
Keokuk 
Decatur 
Linn 
Winneshiek 
Slitchell 
Chickasaw- 
Marshall 
Iowa 
Jackson 
Davis 
Story 
Clayton 
Davis 
Poweshiek 
Jackson 



\Va' 



Wayne 
Webster 
Webster City 
Weller 
Well's Mills 
Wei ton 
Wentworth 
West Alexander 
West Bend 
West Branch 
West Dayton 
West Fork 
West Mitchell 
Western College 
Westerville 
Warren i West G rove 
Muscatine j West Irving 
Lee j West Liberty 
Bremer ] West Point 
Buchanan j West Union 
Butler i Wheatland 
Boone ] Wheeling 
Muscatine ; White Cloud 
Bremer UVhite Oak 
Fremont ! White Pigeon 
Lucas ! Whitesboro' 



POST OFFICES KANSAS — KENTUCKY 



19 



Post Office. 



County. 



Wickliffe Jackson 

M'illiamg Bentou 
Willow Pottawatomie 

■Williamstown Chickasaw 

Willousliby Butler 

Wilson's Grove Bremor 
Wilton Junctioa Muscatine 

Winchester Van Bnren 

Windham Johnson 

Windsor Fayette 

Wiufleld Henry 

Winneshiek Winneshiek 

Winterset Madison 

Winthrop Buchanan 

Wisconsia Warren 

Woieot Scott 

Wolf Creek Tama 

Woodbine Harrison 

Woodbridge Cedar 

Woodbury Woodbury 

Wooster Jefferson 

Worth Boone 

Worthiastott Dubuque 

Wyoming Jones 

Xenia Dallas 

XniflSn Wayne 
Yankee Settlement Clayton 

Yatton Washington 

Yazoo Harrison 

York Delaware 

York Prairie Cedar 

Yough Boone 

Zoar Johnson 

Zurich Jones 

Zwiagle Jackson 



Kansas. 



Post OJJice. 

Abilene 

Agnfb City 

Albany 

Allen 

Alma 

America City 

Americus 0. H. 

Ariugton 

Ashland 

Ash Point 

Atcliison 

Auburn 

Aversburgh 

Baldwin City 

Barnesville 

Barrett 

Batcheller 

Bith 

Baziiar 

Belmont 

B-'nnington 

Big Springs 

Big Turkey 

Black Jack 

Blooming G-rove 

Blue Mounds 

Blue Rapids 

Brooklyn 

B.nd ingame 

Biirliugcon 

(Jamp Creek 

Canton 

Capioraa 

'Carlyle 

Carson 

Catholic Mission 

Centerville 

Centralia 

Cerea 

Cei-esco 

Cedar Point 

Chelsea 

Cherry Creek 

CireleviUe 

Clay Center 

Claytonville 

Clitton 

fllintoa 

Coloma 

Columbus 

Cottonwood Falls 

Council Grove 

Cross Creek 

Payton 



County. 

Dickinson 

Breckinridge 

Nemaha 

Breckenridge 

Wabaunsee 

Nemaha 

Breckinridge 

Atchison 

Davis 

Nemaha 

Atchison 

Shawnee 

Ottawa 

D:iiialas 

Bourbon 

Marshall 

Riley 

Woodson 

Chase 

Woodson 

Ottowa 

Douglas 



Post Office. 

Rdon 

El Dorado 

Blizabethtown 

KIk Creek 

Klmendaro 

Rlwood 

Emporia 

K ',1 dora 

Eureka 

F airland 

Fairmount 

Far West 

Forest Hill 

Fort Leavenworth 

Fort Lincoln 

Fort Riley 

Fort Scott 

Franklin 

Fremont 

Oardener 

fJarnett 

aatosville 

Geury 

Geneva 

Orasshopper Falls 

Glendale 

Granada 

Grant 

Greenwood 

Guiltard's Station 

Haddera 

Hamlin 

ffamprlen 

Hartford 

Henryville 

Hiawatha 

Highland 

ftolton 

Humboldt 

Huron 

Hvatt 

Indian Creek 

Indianola 

lola 

Iowa Point 

Irving 

Jackson 

James' Crossing 

Janesville 

Jefferson City 

Junction City 
I Kanwaka 

Kaw City 
i Kennekuck 
I Kenton 
I Kiekapoo City 
i Kiowa 

Lafayette 

Lamb s Point 
1 Lancaster 
j Lane 

Lauesborough 
iLanesfield 

Lawrence 



County. 

Atchison 

Hunter 

Brown 

Shirley 

Madison 

Doniphan 

Breckenridge 

Douglas 

Greenwood 

Marshall 

Leavenworth 

Jlorris 

Breckinridge 

Bourbon 

Bourbon 

Douglas 

Breckinridge 

Johnston 

Anderson 

Clay 

Doniphan 

Allen 

Jefferson 

Bourbon 

Nemaha 

D.ivis 



Marshall 

Washington 

Brown 

Coffee 

Mad'son 

Kiley 

Brown 

Doniphan 

Jackson 

Allen 

Atchison 

Brown 

Linn 

Shawnee 

Allen 

Doniphan 

Marshall 

Lino 

Jackson 

Greenville 

Jefferson 

Davis 

Douglas 

Jefferson 

Brown 

Davis 

Leavenworth 

Peketon 

Doniphan 

Dickinson 

Ai-chisou 

Franklin 

Marshall 

Johnson 

Douglas 



Post Office. 

Xewchatel 
New Eureka 
New Lancaster 
Normauville 
Nottinoham 
Oak wood 
Ogden 
Ohio City 
Olathe 
Ole 

Ontario 
Osage 

Osawatomie 
Oskaloosa 
Ottawa 
Ottumwa 
Ozark 
Ozawkie 
Padoria 
Palermo 
Paola 
Paralltl 
Pardee 
Paris 
Pawnee 
Pawnee Fork 
Peoria 

Pleasant Grove 
Pleasiint Ridge 
Pleasant Spring 
Plum Grove 
Plymouth 
Potosi 
Powhattan 
Prairie City 
Quindaro 
Randolph 
R intoul 
Redes 
Reno 
I Richardson 
I Richland 
[ Ridge Farm 
Ridgeway 
Robinson 
Rock Creek 
1 Rockford 

Rising Sun 
! Rockville 
. Ro-;svil le 
Sahutha 



County. 

Nemaha 

Jackson 

Lykins 

Doniphan 

Marshall 

Linn 

Riley 

Franklin 

Johnston 

Jetlerson 

Nemaha 

Bourbon 

Lykins 

Jefferson 

Franklin 

Colfee 

Anderson 

Jefferson 

Brown 

Doniphan 

Lykins 

Washington 

Atchison 

I^inn 

Atchison 

Franklin 

Greenwood 

Leavenworth 

Nemaha 

Atchison 

Breckinridge 

Linn 

Brown 

Douglas 

Leavenworti 

Riley 

Franklin 

Brown 

Leavenworth 

Shawnee 

Doniphan 

Osagi 

Brown 

Pottawatomie 

Bourl . 

Jefferson 

M i am i 

Shawnee 

Brown 



Post Offi, 



County. 




Post Office, 



County. 




Linn 

Nem;iha 

Fi-aoklin 

Anderson 

Chase 

Butler 

Anderson 

Jack->on 

Clav 

Brown 

Washington 

Dauglas 

Woodson 

Doniphan 

Chase 

Morris 

Pottawattoraie 

Bourbon 



T)jlaware City Leavenworth 

•DjSoto Johnson 

Diuiphau Doniphan 

D iv^.r Shawnee 

S.i.scoa Leavenworth 



' L ea venw or tliCity Leaven worth 

Lecompton Douglas 

Leon Morris 

Lo Roy CoTee 

Lincoln Nem '""i 

Little Stranger Leavenworth 

Locust Grove Atchison 

Ijvons Ly ins 

Mc Kinney Douglas 

JMadison Madisou 

Manhattan Rile}' 

Maple Hill Wabanosee 

Mapleton Bonrboii 

Marion "touglas 

Marion Center Marion 

Marmaton Bourbon 

Marysville Marshall 

Miami Village Lyk ns 

Jliildle Creek Chase 

Mill Cr^ek Bourbon 

^ Mi neral Point Anderson 

Minneola Franklin 

Mission Creek Wabaunsee 

; Moaeka Linn 

Monrovia Atchisoa 

Jlonticello Johnston 

Moore's Branch Marion 

, Mound City Liuu 

' Mount Florence Jeffersioi 

' Mount Gilead Anderson 

; Mount Pleasant Atchison 

I Mount Sterling Bourbon 

I Mount Vernon Arapahoe 

i Muddy Creek Marion 

iMuscotah Atchison 

iXashville Coffee 

'] Neosho Falls Woodson 

i Neosho Rapids Breckinridge 



' Sac and Fox Agency 
iSaJina Sal 

Saint George Pottawato; 

Saint Mary's Mission " 

Seipio 

Scotland 

Seneca ' 

Shawnee 

Shell Rock Falls 

Sheridan (changed 
Americus) 

Sherman 
1 Shields 
I Silver Creek 
I Si gel 

I Six Jlile Creek 
I Solomon's City 

'^nencer 



Sprina 

Spring Hill 

Squiresville 

Stanton 

Sumner 

Tecumseh 

Toledo 

Tonganoxie 

Topeka 

Towanda 

Troy 

Turkey Creek 

Twin Mound 

Twin Springs 

Tyler's 

Union 

Uuunda 

Verdigris Falls_ 

Vienna 

Virgil 

Wabaunsee 

Wakarusa 

Walker 

Walnut Grove 

Walnut Hill 

Walton 

VV'ashington 

Waterloo 

Wathena 

Waushara 

Wayeland 

Westmoreland 

West I'oint 



Franklin 
Jefferson 
Nemaha 
Johnston 
Madison 
from 

Lyon 
Johnson 
Jefferson 
Chase 
Douglas 
Morris 
Saline 
Atchison 
venworth 
Johnston 



Lykins 

Atchison 

Shawnee 

Breckinridge 

Leavenworth 

Shawnee 

Otoe 

Doniphan 

Bourbon 

Douiflas 

Linn 

Brown 

Chase 

Brown 

Greenwood 

Pottawattom ie 

Madison 

Wabaunsee 

D.uglas 

Brown 

Doniphan 

Bourbon 

Shawnee 

Wash in? ton 

Breckinridge 

Djuiphan 

Breckinridge 

Shawnee 

Pottawatomie 

Davis 



Aaron's Run [Montgomery 

Abbottsford Trimble 

Alairsville Logan 

Alams' Mills Pulaski 

Albany Clinton 

Alexandria Campbell 

Allendale Greene 

Allenville Todd 

Alma Warren 

Alpha Clinton 

Amanda Greenup 
Antioeh Washington 

Ashbysbnrg Hopkins 

Ashland Boyd 

Asnen Grove Pendleton 

Athens Fayette 

Atkinson Christian 

Augusta Bracken 

Aurora Marshall 

Bacon Creek Hart 

Bainbridte Christian 

Bald Eagle Bath 

Bald Knob Franklin 

Ballardsville Oldham 

Barhoursville Knox 
Bark Camp Mills Whitley 

Bardstown Nelson 

Barksdale Marshall 

Barrick Greene 

Baugh's Station Loran 

B^ar Creek ' Owsley 

Beard's Station Oldham 

Bear Wallow Barren 

Beattyville Owsley 

Beaver Dam Ohio 

Beaver Lick Boone 

Bedford Trimble 
Beech Fork Washington 

Beechland •' 

Bee Lick Lincoln 

Bee Spring Edmonson. 

Bell Morian 

Belmont Bulfitt 

Belle Ombre Ballard 

Belle View Christian 

Bell's Mines Crittenden 

Bell's Trace Carter 

Bennettsville Hancock 

Benson C.H. Franklin 

Benton Marshall 

Berlin ISraeken 

Barry's Lick Butler 

Berry's Station Harrison 

Bethel Bath 

B'thleliem Henry 
Bewleyville Breckenridge 

BigClifty (Jravson 

Big Hill Ma^lison 

Big Ready Edmonson 

Big Rock Harlan 
Big Spring Breckenridge 

B rdsville Livingston 

B rminiham Marshall 

Bitter Water Bullitt 

Blackford Hancock 

Black Lick Logan 

Black Walnut Barren 

Black Water Morgan 

Blandville C H. Ballard 

Bloomfleld Nelson 

Bloomington Ma^.goffia 
Blue Lick Springs Nic'holas 
Blue Spring Grove Barren 

Bohan Mercer 

Bolton Lawrence 

Boone Boone 

Boone Furnaoo Carter 

Booneville Owslev 

Rordley Union 

Boston Nelson 

Boston Station Pendleton 

Bowling Green Wan mi 

Boyd's Station Harrison 

Bradfordsville Mwion 

Brandanburg Mead 



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POST OFnCES KENTUCKY, 



Pot* OJ^ot. 



Counly, 



Po»l Offiee. 



County. 



Post Office. 



County. 



Post Office. 



County. 



Bruhervill* 
Hrt'cki'nridg* 

VfvmfU 
BriJKri-orl 
Briruiburg 
Bri<K-< Mill* 
Uridow Statiun 
Broxiwt'll 
Bruuk'i StAtioD 
Bruukrill« 
Brt>« ufllturuugh 
Bruo DiviMo 
Brrautvillo 
Buck..,.- 
Buckliurn 

ButfDUl* V'idtA 

Bo fur J 

BullittiTill« 

BurlioKtoD 

»urD;l>llll> 

Bush'i Stur« 

Butlerit ille 

Butisrd UtH>:it 

Butler 

C*bia Crock 

Caiiii 

Oftiro 

Cslhoun 

Cklifurnik 

CaIUIiud 

Callaway 

Oamarno 

Oauid^'uville 

Oampl)c!:sbnrg 

(Umpb llaviUe 

Citrop Creok 

0*nu Spring Depot 

Cjkiie Vulluy 

Oauey 

Oaoe>'Til1e 

OinnoDMburg 

(Untoa 

Ou-lUlc 

Oarlow 

Uurrollton 

Oarrjville 

OarthiiKe 

Oasey Creek 

Caacyville 

Ca3h'9 Knob 

(!»»3ity'« Mills 

Caliilpn (irovo 

Calawbit 

Oatl<.'tt:iburg 

Oato 

0*v.' City 

Oayco'3 Statioa 

((area 

Uddar Creek 

(,'i;d:ir Springs 

Centi r 

l^fnterfield 

C«Qtcrpoint 

(leotervilU 

J)eral vo 
(.'.bapel Hill 
Cbnplin 
Cliarloalnn 

Oherokec 

l)heabire>a 9toro 
Chicago 

diriatiansbnrg 

Chriaty'a Kurk 

Olarkaburg 

Clay 

OlV^villc 

01«y'» Village 

Clear Creek 

dear Kork 

Olrar Spring 

CIcaveland 

(Jiifton'd llilU 

(Hi fly 

Olinlon 

OtintODvill* 

'» 

iTorport 

.do 

O /ar'i I<anding 

0-ild Spring 

, .>'.! Water 

( alrmanirillc 

(Muinbia C. H. 

liimbiit 

ncord 

nn-r«»ill« 

Oo' aolatioB 

a>r'itanae 

0-Ml Spriij 
Q.ral riiU 

g^dora 



Porry ICornott'sMilla 
Piko' CornishviUo 
Adair Curydon 
Muhlouburi; ' Coiiuu \\ ood 
Franklin Coviugluu 
JUrsliali;Crttb Orcliard 
Ohio' Creel.-. burg 
Warren ICrittenileu 
Ilarriauu Cnitenilen Spring 

Wullittl Cromwell 
Bracken I Cropper's Depot 
Olubiiui Croaa Plains 
Kduionjun Crow's Pond 
GarriirdlCuba 

I Cuniber.and Ford 
Ohio I CiirdsviUe 
Uarrisou ' Curry's Kun 
Uliiu Cutshia 
Boone Cyntbiana 
ICyiiresa 
Caldwell ! Dabney 
Laurel D.ile 
Allen Dallman's Creek 
Nicholas' Dallas 



Pendleton 

Lewis 

Trigg 

Henderson 

McLean 



Diiuville 
Daysville 
Delaware 
Demossville 
D.-posit 
Campbell D;pot 
tircjuup Devil's Creek 
Uarhm: Dixon C H. 
Montgomery Donaldson 

Anderson I Doughty 's Creek 
Henry ' D.)Ver 
TayUu- Downingsville 
Critten.ien Dry Uidge 
Bullitt Dublin 

Adair Ducker'a 
iLii'^aii I Dunaway '8 
Grayson Duncan 
Or. 



Letcher Franklinton 
Mercer [ Fredericktown 
Henderson Freedom 
Christian ' Freilonia 
Kenlou Fi icnilship 
Lincoln Fiozcn Creek 
liusseir Fruit Hill 
Grant Fultou Station 
) Crittenden , Gainesville 
Ohio ! Gal way 
Shelby GardnersvilU 
Barren Garucttsville 
Daviess Garrettsburg 
Graves Garrett 

Knox ' Garriot's Lauding 
Daviess Geneva 
Harrison George's Creek 

Perry Georgetown 
Harrison Germantown 
Union Gills' MiHs 
Pulaski Ghent 
Campbell GlagJW 

Logan Glenn Brnok 
Pulaski Glen's Fork 
Boyle Glontoe 
Todd'Glondale 
Daviess Gleiiville 
Pendleton Golden Pottd 
Jcfterson , Goochland 

Graves I Uuou's Precinct 
Wolt IGordonville 
Webster i Ooslu-n 
Trigg Gouge's 

(Jrady ville 
Graeienburg 
Grant's Lick 
Grassy Creek 
(irafi 
Gray Hawk 



Henry ' Houston 
Waahingtou Howell's Springs 
Casey Howe's VaUey 
Caldwell Hudsonville 
Ha'rlin Hustinville 
Breathitt Hutchison's 
Christian Independence 
Fultou Indian Bottom 
Allen Indian Spring 
Simpson Irvine 
Pendleton Irvinsville 

Jlead Jackton 
Christian Jamestown 
Meade Jetlersoutowu 
Trimble Jericho 
Henderson Jessamine 
Lawrence Jesse's Store 
Scott' Joe's Lick 
Mason I Johnson's Forks 
Bath Kane 
Carroll , Kansas 
Barren J Keene 
Hart I Kenton 
Adair Kentoutown 
Gallatin I Keysburg 
Hardin Kiddville 
McLean , Kingston 

Trigg , Kinniconick 
Madison . Kirksville 



Dvcusburg 
Ka^'le Hill 
Karle's 
Kast Fork 
Eddy villa 
liduionlon 

Udnuuidsville 

Elizabetiitown 

Klizavillo 

blk Creek 

Klk Spring 

KlktonC H. 

liliston 

Klwood 

\i,\m 

Kminenoe 
Fulton! Empire Iron Works 
Carter Fscipiou 
Jederaou I listel Furnace 

Kxchan;.'e 

Fair Dealing 

Fairtield 

lairview 

Falls ot Blain 

Falls ol Harrod 

Falls ot Rough 

Falmouth 

Fancy Farm 

l-arm Dale 

Farmer's 

Farmersvillc 

Farminglon 

Felicia.i.. 

Ferguson's Stati 

Fern Creek 

Fein Leaf 

Felixville 

Finchville 

Fisherville 

Flat Creek 

Flagg Spring 

Flat Lick 

Flat Rock 

Flat Woods 

Flemingsburg 
Wa^ue' Flippin 



Warren 

Mason 

Grant 

Grant 

Graves 

Woodford 

Clark 

Mercer 

Crittenden 



Nicholas 

Hopkins 

Carroll 

Livingston 

Campbell 

Adair 

V nion 

Montgomery 

Al organ 

Greene 

Pendleton 

liovd 

Pulas'ki 

Ba 



All 

Metcalle 

Oldham 

Monroe 

Bourbon 

Ohio 

Allen 

Nelson 

Hopkins 

Law rence 

Anderson 

Marion 

Shelby 

Morgan 

Lewis 

Union 

Harrison 

Shelby 

Knox 

Whitley 

(J raves 

Fayette 

Breckenridge 

Todd 

H 



Grays 



Grayson Springs 
Gruysville 
(Jrcat Crossings 
Gr.-en Castle 
Green Grove 
Green Hall 
(Jreen River 
Greensburg 
Gieenup C. H. 
Greenville 
Giundy 
Gum Grove 
Hadensville 
Hadley 
Hague 
Hall 

Hamilton 
Hamilton's Store 
Logan [ Hanimonville 
Estill Hampton's Mills 
McCracken | Hanly 

Hardensburg 

Harlan 

llardscrable 

Harmony 

Harrisouvillo 

Harrodsburg 

Harreldville 

Hartford 

Haskinsville 

Havilandsvill 

Havvesville 

Hays' Spring 

Haysville 



Muhleuburg 

Metcall 

Lyon 

Metcalf 

Barren 

Hardin 

Fleming 

Spencer 

Warren 

Todd 

Madison 

Muhlenburg 

Ballard 

Henry 

Tri 



Marshall 

Nelson 

Todd 

Lawrence 

Jetterson 

Grayson 

Pendleton 

Graves 

Farmer 

Rowan 

«aldwell 

Graves 



Clark 

Logan 

Oldham 

Grant 

Adair 

■Shelby 

Campbell 

Morgan 

Owen 

Jackson 

Carter 

Grayson 

'lodd 

Scott 

Warren 

Clinton 

Owsley 

Hart 

Greene 

Greenup 

Muhlenburg 

Pulask 

Union 

Todd 

Warren 

Logan 

Hopkins 

Boone 

Pike 

Hart 

Morgan 



Ha 



Breckenrium 



Flint Island 
F 



Hopkins I'loren 

J<-snmine Flower Creek 

Campbell Floydsburg 

Callaway Ford's Ferry 

Harrison Fordsville 

Adair Forest Retreat 
Hickman Forks of Elk horn 

Lew is Fort JeCfersoa 
Harrison Foster 
.Shelby Fountain Run 
Boono Fowler's Creek 

Ohio Frankfort 
Barren Franklin 
Grant Franklin X Roads 



Logan 

JeHerson 

M ason 

Greene 

Shelby 

Jeflerson 

Clay 

Campbell 



Bourbon 

Marshall 

Fleming 

M on roe 

Mead 

Boone 

Pendleton 

Oldham 

Crittenden 

Ohio 

Nicholas 

Fiaukliu 

Ballard I 11 

Bracken 111 



;ird 



Haile Green 
Hazlewood 
Head Qarters 
Hebbaidsville 
Heariu's Store 
Hebron 
Helena 

Henderson C. U. 
Henry's ^ Roads 
Henrysville 
Hickman 
Hickory Flat 
Hickory liroye 
Hico 

High Grove 
Highland 
llillsboio' 
Hilton 
nines' Mills 
Hodgensville 
■■ I '3 Fork 
I's Run 



Breckenridge 

Uarlau 

Grant 

Owen 

Shelby 

Mercer 

Butler 

Ohio 

Green 

Harrison 

Hancock 

Jerter 

Marion 

Perry 

Wolfe 

Ballard 

Nichola.- 

Henderson 

Union 

Boone 

Mason 

Henderson 

Todd 

Logan 

Fultou 



Kuottsville 
ICnoxville 
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 HiU 
Leander 
Lebanon 
Leesburg 
Leonard 
Levee 
Lewisport 
Lexington 
Liberty 

Licking Station 
Lindsay's Mills 
Line Creek 
Litehticld 
Little Eagle 

Little Prairie 

Little Sandy 

Livermoro 

Lockport 

Lock w ood 

Locust Grove 

l^oenst Mills 

Logan's Mills 

Logansport 

London 

Long Run 

Long View 

Low'ville 

Loretto 

Lost Creek 

Lost Run 

Lot 

Louisa 

Louisville 

Lovelaceville 

Lowell 

Lone Station 

Lusby's Mills 

Lynn 

Lynn Camp 



Breckenridge 

Lincoln'; 

Boi.rl OB 

Kenton 

Le 

Campbell 

Estill 

Nicholas 

Breathitt 

Russell 

Jetierson 

Henry 

Jessami 

Shelby 

Madison 

Slorgan 

Campbell 

Graves 

Jessamine 

Kenton 

Barrison 

Logas 

Clark 

Madison 

Lewis 

Sfadisoi 

Daviesaljl 

Pendleton 

Jeflerson 

Christian 

Harlan 

Oldham 

Harrison |J 

Garrard j 

KentoD 

Trigg 

Mnhlenburg 

Laurel 

Bath 

jSndersor 

Floy I '5 

Mmblenburji 

Graves 

Mariofi 

Harrisoi 

Harlar j 

itgomerj ,^ 

Haneoel , 

Fayetti j 

Casej , 



Me 



McDanul'sStore Breckenridg 
iMill - 



Monroe! Hopkinsville 
Kenton | Horse Shoe Bottom 

Franklin Horsewell _ 

Simpson Howard's Mills Montgomery i Marsh Creek 
Hardin Horse Cave Hart Marshall's 



McKcnzie's 
McAfee 
Simpson] McGee 
Graves j McLean's Retreat 
Callaway i Macedonift 
Nelson Mackville 
Bath MadisouviUe 
Fleming j .Magnolia 
Monroe I Mammoth Cave 

Ohio! Mauchestcr 
La Rue j Mannsvillo 
Johnson Manton 
Greenup MarbleCreek 
Christian ! Marine 
Russell I Marion 
Barren Marrowhone 



POST OFFICES LOUISIANA. 



21 



Post Office. 



County . 



Martinsburg Monroe 

Jfasonville Daviess 

Massack JloCrackea 

Mauldia Jackson 

Mayfield Graves 

May's Lick Mason 

Maysville " 

Mea.low Greek Whitley 

Meadville Mead 

MelTin Ballard 

Menelos Madison 

Middlebnrg Casey 

Middle Fork Jackson 

Middletowii Jefferson 

Midview H«nry 

Vridway Woodford 

Vfilhurn Ballard 

Mil ford Bracken 

dilitary rnstitute Fraiiklia 

Mills Christian 

Milled^eville Lincoln 

kfillersburg Bourbon 

HiUerstowa Grayson 

Hillersville Russell 

if ill Grove Madison 

Kill Spring Wavne 

Wilton Trimble 

tfilltown Adair 

ill wood Mason 

inerva •• 

intonville Casey 

titchellshurg Boyle 

lodel Mills Muhlenburp; 

rfonroe Hart 

lonterey Owen 

Montgomery Trig; 

'onti cello Wayne 

oorefield Nicholas 

lorehfad C. H. Rowan 

loreland Bourbon 

:forgan Pendleton 

oreanfield ^^'n'on 

organtown Butler 

orning View Kenton 

fortonsville Woodford 

oscow nickman 

totier Pendleton 

ouut Aerial Allen 

fount Carmel Fleming 

ount Eden Spencer 

ount Freedom Jessamine 

o.int Gilead Mason 

[ount Ida Montgomery 

ount Olivet Bracken 

unt Savage Carter 

ount Sterling Montgomery 

ount Vernon Rock 

ount Washington Bullitt 

ount Zion Perry 

ud Lick Monroe 

unfordville Hart 

unday's Landing Woodford 

urray Callaway 

urphysvlUe Mason 

apoleon Gallatin 

eatsviUe Adair 

Hopkins 

elson Furnace Nelson 

la Mercer 

ewberrv Wayu" 

w C istle Heni-y 

w Columbus Owen 

ew Concord Callaway 

w Haven Nelson 

w Hope *' 

|ew Liberty Owen 

ew Market Marion 

port Campbell 

ew Roe Allen 

ewstead Christian 

ewWoodburn Warren 

ew Texas Hickman 

ewtown Scott 

icholasville Jessamine 

bbob Barren 

olen Hardin 

rthcutt's Store Bonne 

irth Fork Mason 

irth Hill Wayne 

)rth Middletown Bourbon 

ikford Daviess 

ik Grove Christian 

ikland Mills Nicholas 

kland Station Warren 

k Woods Fleming 

Bannoa Jefferson 

Idville Hirrison 

d ham burg Oldham 

d Town Greenup 

ive Hill Carter 

ive Marshall 

ymplaa Springs Bath 



Fo't Office. 



County. 



Orangeburg Mason 

Owensboro' Daviess 

Owenton Owen 

Owingsville Bath 

^'''■'"■•i Scott 

Pa-ce's Metcali'e 

Paducah McCracken 

Pageville Barren 

Paint Lick Garrard 

Pamtsville Johnson 

Pilma Marshall 

Paradise Muhlenbnrg 

Pa,ri3 Bourbon 

Park Barren 

Parksville Bovle 

Parmleysville Wayne 

Payne's D^pot Scott 

Peach Orchard Lawrence 

Peeled Oak Bath 

Pekin Jessamine 

I'embroke Christian 

Perryville Rovle 

Petersburg Boone 

Peweo Valley 01 ham 

Piketon Pik" 

Pilot Knob Todd 

Pine Bluff Callaway 

Pine Grove Clark 

Pitt's Point Bullitt 
Planter's Hall Breckinridge 

Pleasant Grove Ohio 
Pleasant Grove Mills Fleming 

Pleasant Hill Mercer 

Pleasant Home Owen 

Pleasant Point Daviess 

PI'-asant Ridge " 

Pleasant Vale Todd 
Pleasant Valley Mills Nicholas 

Pleasant View Todd 

Pleasureville Henrv 

Plummer'sMill Fleming 

Point Curve Graves 

Poiit Pleasant Ohio 

Polkville Warren 
Pollard's Tan Yard Caldwell 
Pond R'vr Mills Muhlenburg 



Poole's Mills 


Henderson 


Poor Fork 


Harlan 


Poplar Flat 


Lewis 


Poplar Grove 


Owen 


Poplar Hill 


Case;- 


Potdar Neck 


Neloi 


Povdar Plains 


Flem-ng 


Portland 


Jefferso.i 


Port Roval 


Henrv 


Pott's Mills 


Jessamini; 


Powersville 


Bracken 


Prestonburg 


Flovd 


Prestonville 


Carroll 


Prewitt's Knob 


Barren 


Princeton 


Caldweb 


Proctor 


Owsley 


Prosperity 


Lawrence 


Providence 


Hopkins 


Pryorsburg 


Graves 


Quality Valley 


Butler 


Ouin y 


Lewis 


Rabbittsville 


Logan 


Radford 


Callawav 


Raleigh 


Union 


Randolph 


Metcal r 


Raven Creek 


Harrison 


Raywick 


Marion 


ReadvviUe 


Bntler 


Red Hill 


Hardin 


Rr-d River Iron Works Kstill 


Relief 


Mor-an 


Richland 


Butlor 


Richlieu 


Logan 


Richmond 


Madison 


Rich Pond Grove 


Warren 


Richmond 


Boone 


Riffe's f^ Roads 


Lawrence 


Rio 


Hart 


River View 


Jefferson 


Roaring Spring 


Trigg 


Robertson's Station 


Harrison 


Robersonville 


Hardin 


Robinson's Creek 


Pike 


Rochester 


Butler 


Rock Bridge 


Monroe 


Rock Castle 


Trigf.' 


Rock D lie 


Owei 


Rock Haven 


.Mead 


Rockhold's 


Whitlev 


Rockhouse 


Bath 


Rockland Mills 


Barren 


Rock Lick Breckenrid-e 


Rock Point 


Henrv 


itocky Hill 


Barren 


Rocky Hill Station 


Edmonson 


JogersviUe 


Madison 



Post Office. 

Rolling Fork 
Roscoe 
Rose Hill 
Roseville 
Ross' Fe 



Count}/ . 

Nelson 

Todd 

Laurel 

Barren 

Livingston 



Post Office. 



County. 



Rough and Ready Andersfin 

Round Stone Rock Castle 

IJ'wena Russell 

Rowlett's Depot Hart 

Royalton Russell 

Ruokersville Clark 

R iddle's Mills Bourbon 

Rumsey McLane 

Russell's Springs Russell 

R-.issellville Loj;an 

Rutland Harrison 

Saint Mary's Marion 

Saint Matthew's Jefferson 

Sal^m Livingston 

Salina Jefferson 

Glioma Tavlor 

Salt Lick La Rue 

Salvisa Mercer 

Samuel's Depot Nelson 

Sandifer's Store Carroll 

Santa Fe Bracken 

Saratoga Lyon 

Sardis Jfasoo 

Savern Owe 

Scaffold Cane Rock Castle 

Scottsville Allen 

Seventy six Clinton 

Sexton's Creek Clay 

Shady Grove Crittenden 

Sharpsburg Bath 

Shawnan Bourbon 

Shelbvville S^elbv 

Sheph"rdsvill6 Bullitt 

Sherburn Mills Flemins 

Shiloh Callaway 

Short Creek Grayson 

Shortsville Bullitt 

Side View Moutcromery 

Simpsonvilla Shelby 

Slack Mason 

Slaughtcrsville Webster 

Sligo Henry 

Smileytown Spencer 

Smithfield Henry 

Smithland Livingston 

Smith's Grove Warren 

Smith's Mills Henderson 

Snow Hill Callawa>' 

Social Hill JlcLean 

Somerset Pulaski 

Sonora Hardin 

South CarrolUon Muhl nbiirg 

South Fork Owsley 

South Union Logan 

Southville Shelby 

Sparta Owen 

Speedwell Madison 

Snottsville Henderson 

Sprins Bank Franklin 

Springfield Washin,'ton 

Sprinrport Henry 

Spring Station Woodford 

Spence Grove Owsley 

Stamperton Owen 

Stamping Ground Scott 

Stanford Lincoln 

Stanton Powell 

Stapb'ton Mnad 

Star Furnace Carter 

Stateley's Run Grant 

State Line Fulton 

Stephensburg Hardin 
Stephensport Breckenridue 

Still Water Wolf 

Stoner Clark 

Stony Point Bourbon 

Suiar Creek Gallatin 

Sugar Grove Butler 

Sugar Plant Metcalfe 

Sulphur Lick Monroe 

Sulphur Springs Muhlenburg 

Sulphur Well Jessamine 

SummerviUe Greene 

Sunfish Edmonson 

Swiftsville Wolf 

Svmsonia Graves 

Taylorsville Spencer 

Temperance Hill Warren 
Temperance Mount Simpson 

Texas Wajhiniton 

Thumpsonville Pulaski 

Three Forks Barren 

Three Prong Greenup 

TlireeSnriugs Harp 
Til.batt's y., Roads Campbell 

Tilton Fleming 

Tippecanoe Ohio 



Tol OS borough Lewis 

Tompkinsville Monroe 

Tracy BiirrcQ 

Traveler's Rest Owsley 

Trenton Todd 

Trnv Woodford 

Truittsville Gr.cnu^ 

Tirkey Foot Scott 

Union Boone 
Union Star Brackenridge 

Uniontown Union 

Upper Tvirart Carter 

Uptonville La Rue 

Vanceburg L'wij 

Vandenburg Ho)>kint 

Van Dyke's Mill Sp'-ncer 

Verona Boone 

Versailles Wood'urd 

Vienna Clark 

Vine Grove Hardia 

Viola Station Graves 

Visilia Kenton 

Volney Staion Logan 

Wadesboro' Marshall 

Wallonia Trigg 

Walnut Flat Lin<-oln 

Walnut Hill Favette 

Walnut Valley CJark 

Walton Boone 

Warfield Lawnn e 

Warsaw Gallatin 

Washington Mason 

Water''ord Spencer 

Waterloo Pulaski 

Watson's Marshall 

^VaynPsb'^o' I-incoln 

Weaverton Wayne 
Webster Breckenridge 

Wesley Hickman 

Weston Nicholas 

Westonbure Crittemlen 

West Liberty Morran 

West Point Hardin 

Westport Oldham 

Whippoorwill La'irel 

White IMl Madison 

White Lilly Laurel 

White Oak Hill Fleming 

W'litesburg Letcher 

White Sill phur Scott 

Whitesvill' Daviess 

Whitlev C.H. AVhitley 

Wiekliffe Nelson 

Wil.i Cat Whitley 

Williams Christian 

Williamstown Grant 

Willisburg Washington 

Wilson's Creek Groves 

Wilsonville Spc^ncer 

Winchester Clark 

■ v'innna Trimbl i 

Wise's M "1 Henderson 

Withesville Caldwell 

Woodldne Whitley 

Wood burr Bntler 

Woodlawn Mor~an 

Woodsonville Hart 

Woodstock Pulaski 

.. Olivine Ballard 
Woolridie's Store Christian 

Wortbville Carroll 

?h»svillo Pulaski 

omii' Bith 

Yellow Creek Knox 

vington Diviess 

Zion ' Henderson 



Louisiana. 



Post Office. 



-\. 



Abbvillo VeTmillion 

Adaics Natchitoches 

Adams Caddo 

Aimwell Catahouli 

Albany Cad lo 

Alexandria Rapidus 

Albemarle Assumption 

Algiers Orleans 

Alligator St. Ma-y's 
.^lien's Settlement Clail^orna 

Alpha Callwell 

An.itc City 8l. Hel.-na 

Anacoca Sabine 

\rcadia Bienville 

ArL'us Claihorne 

Aruandville St. Lindry 

Ashton Carroll 

Ashwood Tensai 



22 



POST OFFICES MAINE. 



Pott Ofic*. 



Pariah . 



AMumplion >Muinption 

i*»ch»f«lii>» St. I.iiiiary 

Athvnt Claitornu 
AuiUiU 

H»ilc>'» Mill Wftshinston 

lUllt'e I'lttiucmiiu- 

It.llew'i Firry Jil. lAimlry 

llutruM Mur.-l>cMi9e 
II»lonR.uK E.BjtonRougo 

nm»ou Rarl'try Liviiigsloa 

UnVou Hoouf St. Liiuilry 
UVvou Chicot 

Ua'vou Cliriio St. Martin'9 

U«» on Lii Chute C.id.lo 

Ukjou (ioiiU Iliirville 
Uatuu Tunic* Wnt Fi-liciinui 

iJcir Crotk Kapiilcs 

Hcckn..riii Ciiliusifu 

Bell KiviT AssumpUon 

lIclU-vuo B.Hsitr 

Bethany C.idil" 

Iti<<n<t'nue St. neriii.ra 

lltnton's KiTry Livinpaton 

livrtruiiil rmirie Wiiin 

Berwick St. IMurv's 

BiK Bfiid AvDvcfU'S 

BiK Cau« St. Liuiiirv 

Big Creek Kupiilid 
Black lliiwk Point Conidrdiii 

Black Jack Uc Soto 

Black Wuluut St. (Itleiia 

Bonner Jucksoii 
Bonnet Carre St. John ISiiptisi 

B<M.<i<T I'oint n"s<ii-r 

BoeulT Prairie Franklin 

Br;uhear St. Mary's 
Ureaux'K Bridge St. Slurtiii's 

Brookline Jackson 

Bnckcoo Winn 
Bruly Landinf; 

West Baton Rouge 

Bush Valley Bienville 
Buck Horn 

BurraaSeCtlement Plaqueniine 

Burr'.s Ferry Sabine 

Caledonia Carroll 

Ciinpti Natchitoch - 

Cane Ridge Claiborne 

Cantrelle St. James 

C.irrollton Jefl'erson 

C.isto Springs Catalioula 

Ca*tor Caldwell 
Centrefield 

Centervillc St. Mary't 

Char nton " 

Cherry Ri.lge Tninn 

Clieneyville Rapides 

Chicot Piiss St. Martin's 

Church Assumption 
Clinton East Feliciana 

Cloutiersrille Natchitoches 

Co;lk Liviii;,'ton 

OjIIinsbnrg Bossiar 
Colquitt 

Colombia Caldwell 

Columbus Sabine 

Convent St. James 

Coushattp Chate Natchitooliea 

Copenhagen Caldwell 

Cotce Oelco Lat'ayettt 

Collie Ka'pides 

Cotton Valley Bossier 

Covin;:t"n St. Tammanv 

Cr.ine'.i Forge Asiumption 

Cypresii Point Point Coiipee 
Dirlinifton East Feliciana 

Davidson V> ush i n i ton 

Delhi Carroll 

Di-nnis' .Mills St. H--lena 

Dillonsville Sabine 

Don-ililmnville Ascension 

Dorchcat Claiborne 

Do.igla.^s Jaekson 

Downsvillo r„i„„ 

D'inharton St. Landry 

Rleneier Jackson 
Kdgard St. John Baptist 

Enterprise Cataiioiilu 

EvenTtcn Avoyelles 

Fairview Con.or.lia 

Farmirsvillo Inion 

Fa.is- Point St. .Alartin 's 

Fillmore Bossier 

Flulnv'n Catahoula 

FUt l,ick Claii.oini 

Flowery Mound Concordia 

Floyd Carroll 

Ford's Creek CitaloMihi 

Forest tirore Clailorn. 

Fork.ville >Va.l,,ta 

FortJi-SKiip Sabine 

FQrt Piku Orleans 



Poll Office. Pariah. 

Franklin St. Mary's 

Frankliuton 'Washington 

French Settlement Mvinpstoii 



Funnv Louis 
(rood "Water 
Oordon 
Grand Cane 
Grand Chenier 
Grand Coteau 
Grand Keore 
Grand Point 
Grand Prairie 
Green's Creek 
Greensburg 



Catalio 

Winn 

Clail...rne 

De Soto 

Vermillion 

St. Landry 

Nuteliitoehes 

.St. James 

Plaiiiuuiiue 

Catahoula 

St. Helena 



GrecuwcU Springs 

East Baton Rouge 



Greenwood 

(rriflin 

Glim Springs 

Hamilton 

Harrisonburg 

Hart's BUitr 

Haynesville 

Hemp's Creek 



Caddo 

Claiborne 

St. Landry 

Wacliita 

Catahoula 

Ue Soto 

Claiborne 

Catahoula 



Hermitage West Baton Rouge 
Hickory Flat Calcasieu 



Hineston 

Ho;; Branch 

Holmesville 

Hollywood 

Homer 

Hoiima 

Hon ma 

Huddluston 

Independence 

Indian Village 

Ion 

Iverson 

Jatt 

Jackson 

.lefterson 

Jeaneretts 

Jesuits' Bend 

Joe's Bayou 

Jones' Ferry 

Justice 

Keatehie 

Kemp's Slills 

Kenner 

Kingston 

Kirk's Ferry 

Kisatehee 

Kno.K Point 

Kvishc 

Lafayette City 

Lake -Arthur 

Lake Charles 

Lake Providence 

Xjamothe 

Lanark 

Lawrence 

La Place 

Laurel Hill 

Lecompte 

Leonville 

Liberty Creek 

Lima 

Lind Grove 

l.iue 

Lindvilio 

Lisbon 

Livonia 

Live Oak 

Lobdell's Store 

West Baton Rous 



Kapides 

St. Helena 

Avoyelles 

Livin.iTston 

Claiijorne 

Terre Bonne 

Terrc Bonne 

Rapides 

Livingston 

Wachita 

Morehou-e 

Bienville 

Rapides 

East Feliciana 

Jeilerson 

St. Mary's 

Plaqnemine 

Carroll 

Morehouse 

Sabine 

De Soto 

St. Helena 

Jefferson 

■ D» Soto 

Tensas 

Natchitoches 

Bossier 

Winn 

Lafayette 

Calcasieu 



Carroll 

Rapides 

VVini\ 

Terre Bonne 

St Martin's 

West Feliciana 

Rapides 

St. Landry 

Rapides 

St. Tammany 

Morehouse 



Claiborne 

Point Coupee 

Ascension 



Loiransport 
Loggy Bayou 
Long Street 
Long Lake 
Loaisville 
Lucky Hit 
Slailisonville 



De Soto 

Bienville 

De Sotc 

Caldwell 

Winn 

Rapide^ 

St. Tammany 



Parish . 

Carroll 
Caddo 
Avoyelles 
Point Coupee 
Tensas 
Beinville 
Caldwell 
Union 
Beinville 
Sabine 
Natchitoches 
Sabine 
Madison 
St, Martin's 
Orleans 
Ascension 
Carroll 
Carroll 
Franklin 
East Feliciana 
St. Landry 
Livingston 
Madison 
St. Tammany 
Bossier 
Union 
Assumption 
Washington 
St. Tammany 
St. Mary's 
Carroll 
Vermillion 
Winn 
Union 
Plain'sStore EastBaton Rouge 
Plainville Bossier 

Plankville Jackson 

Plantersville Morehouse 

Plaquemino Iberville 

PI aquem i ue Brulee S t . Landry 
Pleasant Grove De Soto 

Pleasant Hill 

Ponehatoula Livingston 

Point Coupee Point Coupee 
Point a la Hache Plaqnemine 
Point Jefferson Morehouse 

Point Michael Plaqnemine 

PortHudson East Feliciana 
Pouppeville St. Landry 

Prairie Mer Rouge Morehouse 
Wachita 
St. Helena 
Claiborne 
Madison 
Lafourche 
De Soto 
Franklin 



Poal Office. 

Monticello 

Mooringsport 
Monaiivillo 
Mnr-an/,ia 
Mound r.ayou 
.Mount Lebanon 
Mount Pleasant 
Mount Olive 
Mud Branch 
Xasliborongh 
N.itrhitoches 
Negreet 
New Carthage 
New Iberia 
New Oileans 
New River 
Oak Bluffs 
Oak Grove 
Oaklev 
Oakland 
Opelousas 
Old Field 
Omega 
O'Rourke's 
Orchard (irove 
Ouachita City 
Paineonrtville 
Palestine 
Parkersville 
Pattersonsville 
Pecan Grove 
Perry's Bridge 
Pine Ridge 
Pipesville 



Prevost 

Prospect Hill 

Quay 

tJuebec 

Raceland 

Red Bluff 

Red Mouth 

Red River Landing 

Point Coune 



Richmond 
Ringgold 
Roberts 
Roberts' Mills 
Rocky Mount 
Rosedale 
Rose Hill 



Madison 
Bienville 

Washington 

St. Helena 

Bossier 

Iberville 

Claiborne 



St. Charles Court House 

St. Charles 
St.Francisville WestFeliciana 



McCutcheons' Landing 

St. Charles 
.Magnolia Springs 

East Baton Rouge 
Mancliac 



Mandeville 

Manny 

Manstield 

Mansura 

Marion 

.Marthaville 

Marksville 

Mermenton 

Midway 

MilliUen's Bend 

M,ll Creek 

Mineral Springs 

Minden 

Monroe 

Montgomery 



St. Tammani 

Sabine 

De Sote 

Avoyelles 

Union 

Natchitoches 

Avovelles 

St. Landrv 

Union 

Madison 

Sabine 

I'nion 

Claiborne 

Wachita 

Winn 



(Jabriel 
St. Joseph 
St. Jlartinsville 
St. Maurice 
.San Patrice 
Saline 
Salt Spring 
Seottsville 
Sentell's Store 
Shady Grove 
Sliiloh 
Shongaloo 
Shreveport 
Sicily Island 
Simmsport 
South IJend 
Southwest Pass 
Sparta 

Sfiears' Store 
Spring Creek 
Springfield 
Spring Ridge 
Star 



Iberville 

Tnsas 

St. Martin's 

Winn 

Sabinu 

Bienville 

Clai1)orne 

Bossier 

Washington 

Union 

Claiborne 

Caddo 

Catahoula 

Avoyelles 

Concordia 

Plviiuemine 

Bienville 

Union 

Rapides 

Livingston 

Caddo 

Assumjition 



Stony Point EastBaton Ro 



Stubbs' Mills 
Sugar Creek 
.Siigartown 
Sun 

Sunny Side 
Tnngapaho 
Ta\ lor 
Tickfaw 
The Village 



Wasl 

Claiborne 

Calcasieu 

St. Tammany 

Caddo 

St.Helen.n 

St. Charles 

Livingston 

Point Coupee 



Post Office, 

Thibodeanx 
Tigerville 
Tipton 
Tone's Bayo 
Tooley's 
Toro 
Trenton 
Trinity 
Tureaud 
Union K Roads 
Vacherie Roads 
Vermillionville 
Vernon 
Vi» nna 
Villa Platte 
Vista Ridge 
Wallace Lake 
Walnut Creek 
Warsaw 
Washington 
Waterloo 
Water Proof 
West Fork 
White Hoi.mas 
White Sulphur 

Wheeling 

Williamsport 

Winfield 

WinsboTough 

Wiseville 

Woodland 

AVoodville 

Yellow Bluff 



Pariah. 

Lafourch* 

Terre Bonne 

Morehouse 

Caddo 

Concordia 

aabiue 

W'achita 

Catahoula 

Ascensicn 

Union 

St, Jame 

Lafayett 

Jackson 

St Landry 

Carroll 

De Soto 

Bienville 

Franklin 

St, Landry 

Point Coupee 

Tensas 

Calc.isicu 

Ascension 

Springs 

Catahonia 

Winn 

Point Coupee 

Winn 

Franklin 

Claiborno 

East Feliciana 

Jackson 

Franklin 



Malue. 



Post Office. 



County, 



Abbott Piscataquis 

Abbott Village Piscataquis 

Acton York 

Addison Point Washington 

Albany O.xford 

Albion Kennebeo 

Alexander Washington 
Alexander Centre Washington 

Al fred York 

Alton Penobscot 

Alton Village Penobscot 

Alna Lincoln 

Alva Aroostook 

Amherst Hancock 

Amity Aroostook 

Andover Oxford 

Anson Somerset 

Argyle Penobscot 

Aroostook Aroostook 

Athens Somerset 

Atkinson Piscataquiji 

Auburn AndroscoggiB 

Augusta Kennebel 

Aurora Hancock 

Avon Franklini 

Baileyville Washington 

Bangor Penobscot 

Bancroft Aroostook 

Baring Washington 

liar Mills York 

Barnard Piscataquis 

liatli Sagadahoc 

lieddington Washington 

r.elfast Waldc 

Belgrade Kcnnebe< 

Belgrade Mills Kennebe( 

Belmont Waldc 

Benton Kennebec 

Heny's Mills Frankl 

Bethel Oxford 

Biddeford York 

Bingham Som 

IJlanchard Piscataquis 

Bloomtield Som 

Blue Hill Hancock 

Blue Hill Falls Hancock 

Bolster's Mills Cumberland 

Bonny Eagle York 

Hooth B,ay Lincoln 

Bowdoin Sagadahoc 

Bondoin Center Sagadahot 

Bowdoinhain Sagadaho* 

Bower Bank Piscataquil 

Bradford Penobscol 

Brewer Penobscol 

Brewer Village Penobscol 

Ilridgeton Cumberhind 

Bridgewater Aroostool 

Brighton Somersel 

Bristol Lincoln 



POST OFFICES — MAINE. 



23 



Post ' 



County. 



Post Office, 



County, 



Brockway'a Mills Piscataquii 

Brooklin Hancuck 

Brooks 

Brooksville 

Brownfield 

Brown's Corner 

Broivnsville 



Bruniwick 

Bryant's Pond 

Bn'cktieM 

Buck's Mills 

Bncksport 

Backsport Center 

Burlington 

Burnham Village 

Buxton 

Buxton Center 

Byron 

Calais 

Cambridge 

Camden 

Canaan 

Canton 

Can tin Mills 



Waldo 

Hancock 

Oxford 

Kennebec 

Piscata (uii 

Cumberland 

Oxford 

Oxford 

Hincoek 

Hancock 

Hancock 

Penobscot 

Waldo 

York 

York 

Oxford 

Washington 

Somi'rset 

Knox 

Somerset 

Oxford 

Oxford 



Cape Klizabetli Depot 

Cumberland 

Cape Neddick York 

Caribou Aroostook 

Carmel Penobscot 

Carroll Penobscot 

Carrituuk Somerset 

Carver's Harbor Waldo 

Casco Cnmberlajul 

Castine Hancock 

Castle Hill Aroostook 

Center Guilford Piscataquis 

Center Lebanon York 
Center Lincolnville Waldo 

Center Lovell Oxford 

Center Montville Waldo 

Cinter Sidney Kennebec 

Charlestowa Penobscot 

Charlotte Washington 

Chester Penobscot 

Cliesterville Franklin 

China Kennebec 

Clinton Kennebec 

Columbia Washington 

Concord Somerset 

Conway Aroostook 

Cooper Washington 

Cooper Mills Lincoln 

Corinna Penobscot 

Corinna Center Penobscot 

Ojrinth Penobsiot 

Cornish York 

Cornville Somerset 

Cranberry Isles Hancock 

Crawford Washington 

Ciimtierland Cumberlaud 
Cumberland Center 

dishing Lincoln 

Cross Hill Keuuobec 

Curtis' Corner Kennebec 

Cutter Washington 
Damariscotta Mills Lincoln 



Danville 

Deblois 

D>ad River 

Dedham 

Djer Isle 

Denmark 

Dinnvsville 

D troit 

Dexter 

Dirigo 

Dixficld 

Dixfleld Center 
[Dixmont 
'Dixmont Center 
1 Dover 



Andro 

Washington 

Somerset 

H'lucock 

Hancock 

Oxford 

Washington 

Somerset 

Penobscot 

Kennebec 

Oxford 

Oxford 

Penobscot 

Penobscot 

Piscataquis 



! Dover South Mills Piscataquis 



I Dresden 

Dresden Mills 

Dry Hills 

D-irham 
f East Auburn 

Plast Baldwin 

East Beaton 

East Bethel 

Kist Bowdoinham 

East Bradford 
! Bast Biickport 
I Bast Corinth 

East Dixheld 

Eist Dixmont 

East Dover 

E\3t Eddingtou 

East Eden 

East Exeter 

East Fryeburg 

£a6t Hampden 



Lincoln 

Lincoln 

Cumberl nd | 

Androscoggin 

Cambf rland 

Cumberland 

Kennebec 

Oxford 

Sagadahoc 

Penobscot 

Hancock 

Penobscot 

Oxford 

Penobscot 

Piscataquis 

Penobscot 

Hancock 

Penobscot 

Oxford 

Peaobscot 



East Hebron Oxford 

East HoKlen Penobsco: 

E.ist Knox Waldo 

East Limington York 
I'last Fjiverniore Androscoggin 

East Lowell Penobscot 

East Machias Washington 

East Madison Somerset 

East Monmouth Kennebec 

East Montville Waldo 

East Newport Penobscot 
East New Portland Somerset 
Bast Xew Sharon Franklin 
East New Vineyard Franklin 

East Northport Waldo 
E. X. Yarmouth Cumberland 

East Orrington Penobscot 

East Otisfield Camberland 

East Palermo Waldo 

East Parsonfield York 

East Pittston Kennebec 
East Poland Androscoggin 

Eastport Washington 

East Raymond Cumberland 

Eist Readfteld Kennebec 

East Riimford Oxford 
East Sangerville Piseataqu's 

East Stoaeham Oxford 

Easton Aroostook 

East Strong Franklin 

East Sullivan Hancock 

East Sumner Oxford 

East Thoradike Waldo 

Hast Trenton Hancock 
East Turner Androscoggin 
East Vassalborough Kennebec 
East Wales Androscoggin 

East Wilton Franklin 

East Windham Cumberlaud 

East Winthrop Kennebec 

Bden Hancock 

Edinburgh Penobscot 

Eddington Penobscot 

Eiles' Falls Cumberland 

Bdgecomb Lincoln 

Elliot York 

Elliottsville Piscataquis 

Elliot D;pot York 
Pillingwood's Corner Waldo 

Ellsworth Hancock 

Ellsworth Falls Hancock 

Embden Somerset 

Embden Center Somerset 

Emery's Mills York 

Eufleid Penobscot 

Etna Penobscot 

Etna Center Penobscot 

Bxeter Penobscot 

Kxeter Mills Penobscot 

Fairfield Somerset 
Fairfield Corners Somerset 

Falmouth Cumberland 

Farmington Franklin 
Farmington Falls Franklin 

Fayette Kennebec 

Fayette Ridge Kennebec 

Flagstaff Somerset 

Fort Fairfield Aroostook 

Fort Kent Aroostook 

Koxcroft Piscataquis 

Frankfort Mills Waldo 

Franklin Hancock 

Freedom Wallo 

Freeman Franklin 

Fremont Aroostook 

Freeport Cumberland 

Friendship Knox 

Frvebnrg Oxford 

Fryeburg Center Oxfor'l 

Gardiner Kennebec 

Garland Penobscot 

Georgetown Sagadaho 

Glead Oxford 

Glenburn Penobs'-ot 
Goodale' 3 Corners Penobsco; 

(Joodwin's Mills York 

Giirham Cumberlaml 

I Gouldsborough Hancock 

Grafton Oxford 

U; rant Isle Aroostook 

1 Gray Cumberland! 

Great Pond Hancock 

Great Works Penobscot 

(Jreen Bast Penobscot 

Greene Androscoggin 

Green's Corner Androscoggin 

Greenfield Penobscot 
Green's Landing Hancock 

(Jreenviile Piscataquis 

Greenwood Oxford 

Guilford Piscataquis 

Hallowell Kennebec 



Post Office. 

Hampden 
Hampden Corner 
Hancock 
Hanover 
Harmony 



County , 

Penobscot 
Penobscot 

Hancock 
Oxford 

Somerset 



Harpswell Centre Cumberland 



Harrington 

Harrison 

Hartford 

Hartland 

ilaynesville 

Hebron 

Hermon 

Hermon Pond 

Highland 

Hiram 

Hodgdon 

Hodgdon's Mills 

Holden 

Hollis 

Hollis' Center 

Hope 

Houlton 

Howl and 

Hudson 

Indian River 

Industry 

Island Falls 

Isle Au Haut 

Jackson 

Jackson Brook 

Jay 

Jefferson 

Joncsborough 

Jonesport 



Washington 

Cumberland 

Oxford 

Somerset 

Aroostook 

Oxford 

Penobscot 

Penobscot 

Somerset 

Oxford 

Aroostook 

Lincoln 

Penobscot 

York 

York 

Knox 

Aroostook 

Penobscot 

Penobscot 

Washington 

Franklin 

Aroostook 

Hancock 

Waldo 

Washington 

Franklin 

Lincoln 

Washington 

shingtoa 



Katahdin Iron Works 
Kendall's Mills Piscataquis 
Kennebank York 

Kennebunk Depot Y'ork 

Ivennebunkport York 

Kent's Hill Kenneb 



Kezar Falls 

Kilmarnock 

Kingsfield 

Kittery 

Kittery Depot 

Kittery Point 

Knox 

Kosstlth 

Kurdaskeag 

La Grange 

Larone 

Lebanon 

Lee 

Leed 



Yo 

Piscataquis 

Franklin 

York 

York 

York 

Waldo 

Washington 

Pen .bscot 

Penobscot 

Somerset 

York 

Penobscot 

Andros 



Leeds' Junction Androscoggin 
Penobocoi 
Androscoggin 
Som-rset 
Waldo 
York 
Aroostook 
York 
Penobscot 
Penobscot 
Waldo 
Aroostook 
Androscoggin 
AudroscogLTin 
Kenn, b>*c 
bee 



Post OMce. 

Medford Centro 

Med way 

.Medy hemps 

Mercer 

Mi'xico 

Milford 

Jtill bridge 

Jlilltown 

Milo 

Milton Plantation 



County. 

Piscataqnif 

Penobscot 

Washington 

Somerset 

Oxford 

Penobscot 

Washington 

Washington 

Piscataquis 

Oxford 



Minot Androscoggin 

Monhegan Island Lincoln 

Monmouth 



Jlon 
Monroe 

Monroe Center 
Monticello 
Montville 
.Moose River 
More 
Morrill 
Mount Desert 
Mount Vernon 
Mount Zircon 
Xaples 
Xarraguagus 
Xealey 's Corners 
Xewburg 
>fewburg Center 
New Casco 
Xew Castle 
Xewfield 
Xew Gloucester 
Xew Limerick 
Newport 
Xew Portland 
Xcwry 
Xew Sharon 
Xew Vineyard 
Xoblesboroui^h 
Xorridgewock 
Xorth Acton 
Xorth Albany 
Xorth Alfred 
Xorth Anson 
Xorth Appleton 
Xorth Auburn 
Xorth Baldwin 
Xorth Bangor 
Xorth Belgrade 
Xorth Berwick 
Xorth llethel 
Xorth Blue Hill 
Xorth Boothbay 
Xorth Bradford 



Kennebeo 

Piscataquis 

Waldo 

Waldo 

Aroostook 

Waldo 

Somerset 

Aroostook 

Waldo 

Hancock 

'Kennebeo 

Oxford 

Cnmberland 

Washington 

Penobscot 

Penobscot 

Penobscot 

Cumberland 

Lincoln 

York 

Cumberland 

Aroostook 

Penobscot 

Somerset 

Oxford 

Franklin 

Franklin 

Lincoln 

Somers -t 

York 

Oxford 

York 

Somerset 

Knox 

Androscoggin 

Cumberland 

Penobscot 

Kennebeo 

York 

Oxford 

Hancock 

Lincoln 

Penobscot 



LevanS 

Lewiston 

Lexington 

Liberty 

Limerick 

Limestone 

Limington 

Lincoln 

Lincoln Center 

Lincolnville 

Linneus 

Lisbon 

Lisbon Falls 

Litchfield 

Litchfield Corners K 

Little River Village 

Androscoggin 

Littleton Aroostook 

Liy-rmore Androscoggin 

Li vermoreCenter Androscoggin 

Livermore Falls Androscoggin 

Locke's Mills Oxford 

Lovell Oxford 

Lowell Penobscot 1 

Lubeo ^aslrngton 

Lubec Mills Washmetoo 

Lyman '^ "^'^'■ 

Lyndon Aroostook 

jlcLain's Mills ^^ "Uo 

Machias Washington 

"Machiasport Washington 

JIadawaska Aroostook 

Madison Somerset 

Madison Center Somerset 

Madrid Franklin 

Manchester Kennebec 

Maple Grove Aroostook 

Jlarion Washington 

Mars Hill Aroostook 

Masardis Aroi>s_took 

Matinicus Knox 

Miittawamkeag Penobscot 

Maxfield Penobscot 

Mavsville Aroostook 

Mechanic '3 Falls Androscoggin 
Uodford Piscataijuii 



N'orth Bridgeton Cumberland 
Xorth Brooklin Hancock 

North llrooksville Hancock 
Xorth Buckfield Oxford 

Xorth Bucksport Hancock 

N'orth Carmel Penobscot 

Xorth Castine Hancock 

Xorth Chesterville Franklin 
North Cornville Somerset 

North Cutler Washington 

North D-er Isle Hancock 

Xorth Dixmont Penobscot 

Xortheast Dixmont Penobscot 
Xorth East Harbor Lincoln 
Xorth Ed?ecomb 
Xorth Ellsworth 



Lincoln 
Hancock 
Kennebeo 
Id Somerset 

North Fryeburg Oxford 

North Gray Cumberland 

North Harpswell Cumberlaud 



Xorth Fayette 
North Fairfieli 



irth H 
North Haneoek 
North Hermann 
North H owland 
Xorth Islesborough 
Xorth Jay 

X'lrth Kennebunkport 
Xorth Leb; 



Knox 

Hancock 

Penobscot 

Penobscot 

Waldo 

Franklin 

York 

York 



Xorth Leeds Androscoggin 

North Linneus Aroostook 

XorthLivermore Androscoggin 
North Lovell Oxford 

North Mariavillo Hancock 

North Jlonroo Waldo 

North Monmouth Kennebeo 
North NewcMtle Lincoln 

N.rth Ncwhurah Peuoh,»eot 
Xorth Newfield York 

North Xcwport Penobscot 

North New Portland Somerset 
North Xewry Oxford 

Xorth Xorway Oxford 

Xorth Palermo Waldo 

North Paris Oxford 

vorth Parsonfield York 

North Penobscot Hancock 



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POST OFFICES MARYLAND. 



PmI Ofiee, 

V'ortb Perry 
Nurth I'ilutoD 
Korili|H,rt 
Korth TownM 
Kurlh I'rojpcct 
Vorth Knyuioiiil 



County. 



Poll Office, 



Kuril) SciirauiDnt 
Korlli Si'iirjport 
Kortli SihI^wicW 
Korlh Si'liu'v 
Korth Slmrploigh 



Wwhinfctun Salem 

Kcnii- bfc Salisbury Cove 

W.iMo Salnioii Hrook 
Cumborhtnil Siimiy Ikach 

Walilo Sandy Point 
Cumbt'rluiid , SanCurd 



Waldo Saugcrvilla 

Wiildo Suriieiitville 

riancin'k Scartiorough 

Kcniu'licc Sial C.>vu 

_^. York ScarsmoHt 

Korth Turnir " Androsojggiu Stursiiort 
North Tiirui-r Bridge " i Sub:mo 

Korth I'nion Knox Sebec 

KortliVaisalborough Kenncbi-c Sodiiwick 

Korth Virnna KeniKliec Shaiiluigh 

Kortli Waldoboroiigh Miieoln She. pscott Bridge 

Korth Wajhingtou Linoulii , Slierinan 

Korlh Waterford Oxford I Sliirmau Mills 

Korlh Wayno Kennebec Shirley 

Korth Whitetield Lineoln Shirk- 

Korth Wilton Franklin Si.lney 

Korth Windham Cumberland Simpso 

Korth Winterport WaKlo Six .Mil 

Korth Woodstock Oxford Skowheijan 

Korlh Woodvillo Penobscot Small Point 
Korlh Yarmouth Cumberland 
Korway Oxford 
Kumber Eleven Aroostook 
Oak Hill Cnml.erland 
Oak Uill. Station Cumberland 



■ Mills 



's dirui'rs 
Falls 



Occanville 

Ozunquit 

Olamou 

Old Town 

Orient 

Orland 

Orneville 

Orono 

Orrington 

Otis 

Otisfield 

Owl-sHead 

Oxford 

Palermo 

Palermo Center 

Palmyra 

Paris 

Parker's Head 

Parkman 

Parsonfield 

Passadumkeag 

Pattagumpus 

Patten 

Pemaquid 

Pembroke 

Penobscot 

Perry 

Peru 

Phillips 

Phipsburg 

Pislion's Ferry 

PitUfield 

Pittston 



Uaueock 

York 

Penobscot 

Penobscot 



An, 



Hancock 

Piscataquis 

Peuol scot 

Penobscot 

Haucock 

Cumberland 

I-iiieolu 

Oxfur.l 

Wubiu 

Waldo 

Som.?rset 

Oxford 

Sagadahoc 

Piscataquis 

York 

Penobscot 

Penobsect 

Penobscot 

Liu'Toln 

Washington 

Hancock 

Washington 

Oxford 

Franklin 

Sagadahoc 

Kennebec 

Somerset 

Kenncbe 



Count!/ 

Franklin 

Hancock 

Aroostook 

Cumbi-rland 

Waldo 

York 

Piscataquis 

Hancock 

Cumberland 

Hancock 

Waldo 

Waldo 

Cumberland 

Piscataquis 

Hancock 

York 

Lincoln 

Aroo.-tnok 

Aroostook 

Piscataquis 

Piscataquis 

Kiuinebec 

Peuob.-cot 

Penobscot 

Somerset 

Sagadahoc 

Somerset 

Aroostook 

Aroostook 

Oxford 

Somerset 

Lincoln 

Somerset 

Kennebec 

Oxford 

Piscataquis 

York 



Plantation No. U Washington 



Plymouth 
Poland 
Porter 
Portland 
Pownal 

Pratt's Comers 
Prentiss 
Prcsque Isle 
Princeton 
Prospect Ferry 
Prospect Harbor 
Rangeley 
R»wson 
K lymond 
Read field 
Rcadfield Depot 
Red Beach 
Richmond 
Richmond Comer 
Kipky 
RoDhinston 
Bookabcnik 
Rockland 
Rock port 
RockviUe 
Rome 

Ross Corner 
Round Pond 
Roxbnry 
Rum ford 

Rumiord Center Oxford 

Romford Point Oxford 

Babatui Androscoggin 

Baeoarappa Cumberland 

York 
Somerset 
Knox 



Penobscot 

Androscoggin 

Oxford 

Cumberland 

Cumberland 

Franklin 

Penobscot 

Aroostook 

Washington 

Waldo 

Hancock 

Franklin 

Aroiistouk 

Cumberland 

Kennebec 

KennebL'c 

Washington 

Sagadahoc 

Sagadahoc 

Somerset 

Washington 

Aroostook 

Knox 

Knox 

K nox 

Kennebec 

V.,rk 

Liueol,, 



Smithtield 
Smyrna 
Smyrna Mills 
-no"w Falls 
Solon 

Somerville 
Somerset Mills 
South Albion 
South Andover 
South Atkinson 
South ik-rwick 
South Beddington W'ashingtoi. 
South IkTivick Junction York 
South Briilgetou Camberlaud 
South Bristol Lincoln 

South Brooks Waldo 

South Brooksville Hancock 

S.nitl. Carthago Franklin 

South Casco Cumberland 

South Chesterville Franklin 
South China Kenneliee 

South Corinth P.-nobseot 

South Deer Isle Hancock 

South Dexter Penol scot 

South Dover Piscataquis 

Soutli Durham Au'lrosooggin 
South Exeter Penobscot 

South Freeport Cumberland 
South Hartford Oxford 

South Hope Knox 

South .lefferson Lincoln 

South Leeds Androscoggin 

South Levant Penobscot 

South Liberty Waldo 

South Lincoln Penobscot 

South Litciifield Kennebec 

South Livermore An ire^eoggin 
South -Moluncus Aroostook 

South Monmouth Kennebec 
Soutb Montville Waldo 

South Newburg Penobscot 

South Xorridgewock Somerset 
South Orrington Penobscot 
Soutli Paris Oxford 

South Parkman Piscataquis 
South Parsonfield York 

South Penobscot Hancock 

South Poland Androscoggin 
uthport Lincoln 

South Princeton Washington 
Soutli Robinson Washington 
South St. George Knox 

South Sanford York 

South Sangerville Piscataquis 
South Sebec Piscataquis 

South Solon Somerset 

til Thomaston Knox 

South Vassal borough Kennelicc 
South Waterford Oxford 

South West Harbor Hancock 
uth Weston Arooxtiml; 

South Windham 
South Windsor 



I'osl Offict. 

Sullivan 

Sumner 

Siinkhate 

Surry 

Swan's Island 

Swanville 

Sweden 

Temple Mills 

Tenant's Harbor 

The Forks 

Tliomaston 

Thorndike 

Tilden 

Topstield 

Topsham 

Tremont 

Trenton Point 

Troy 

Troy Center 

Turner 

Union 

Tuity 



County. 



Post Office. 



Hancock 
Hancock 
Waldo 
Waldo 
Androscoggin 
Knox 
- ---., Waldo 

Upper Gloucester Cumberland 
Upper Stillwater Penobscot 
Upton 



Van Buren 

V^assalborough 

Veazie 

Vienna 



Baco 

St. Albanr 

ft,. Oeorgt 



uth Winn 
Springfield 
Sprinitvale 
Staudish 
Oxford iStirk 
Oxford iSt.'ep Falls 

Stetson 
St.-ui.en 

Stevens' Plains 
Stockton 
Stow 

Strickland Ferry 
Strong 



Cumberland 

Kennebec 

Penobscot 

Penobscot 

York 

Cumberland 

Somerset 

Cumberland 

Penobjcot 

Washington 

Cumberland 

Waldo 

Oxford 

Kennebec 

Franklin 



Waite 
Waldo 

Waldoborough 
Whales 
Waltham 
Walton Mills 
Warren 

Washington Knox 

Waterborough York 

Waterborough Center York 
Waterford Oxford 

VVaterville Kennebec 

Wayne Kennebec 

Webb's Mills Cumberland 

Webster Androscoggin 

Week's Mills Kennebec 

Welehville Oxford 

^Veld Franklin 

Wellington Piscataquis 

Wells York 

Wells' Depot York 

Wesley Washington 

West Anson Somerset 

West Auburn Androscoggin 
West Baldwin Cumberland 
V,'est Bethel Oxford 

WestBowdoin Sagadahoc 

West Bridgeton Cumberland 
West Brooksville Hancock 

West Buxton York 

West Camden Knox 

t Cliarlestou Penobscot 
West Corinna Penobscot 

West Cornville Somerset 

v\_est Cumberland Cumberland 
West Danville Androscoggin 
West Dover Piscataquis 

West Durham Androscoggin 
West Eden Hancock 

West Ellsworth Hancock 

«est Embden S.unerset 

West Enfield Penobscot 

W^est Falmouth Cumberland 
WestFarmiugdale Kennebec 
Westfield Aroostook 

West Freeman Franklin 

West Gardiner Kennebec 

West Gardiner Centre 

Kennebec 
V\ est Garland Penobscot 

West Gleubnrn Penobscot 

\\est Gloucester Cumberland 
West Gurham Cumberland 

West Gouldsborongh Hancock 
W^est Groat Works Penobscot 
West Hampden Penobscot 

West Harpwell Cumberland 



Hancock iWestport 

Oxford I West Sedgwick 
Penobscot 'West Sidney 
Hancock West Sumner 
Hancock West Trenton 
Waldo West Troy 
Oxford West Washington 
Franklin West Waterville 

Knox West Winterport 
Somerset W'hitefield 
Knox I Wliite Rock 
Waldo I Whitney ville 
Hancock Whiting 
Washington Williamsburg 
Sagadahoc ! Winnegance 
Winslow 
Wilson's Mills 
Wilton 
Windham 
Windsor 
Winn 

Winter Harbor 
Winthrop 
Wise asset 
Woodstock 
Woodville 
Woolwich 
Winterport 
Yarmouth 
York 



Oxford 
Aroostook 
Kennebec 
Penobscot 
Ksnnebec 
WashinL'tou 
Waldo 
Lincoln 
Androscoggin 
Hancock 
Kennebec 
Knox 



County, 

Lincoln 
Hancock 

Kennebec 

Oxford 

Hancock 

Waldo 

Lincoln 

Kennebec 

Waldo 1 

Lincoln 

Cumberland 

Washington 

Washinjj ton 

Piscataquis 

Sagadahoc 

Kennebec 

Oxford 

Franklin 

Cumberland 

Kennebec 

Penobscot 

Hancock 

Kennebec 

Lincoln 

Oxford 

Penobscot 

Sagudalioo 

Waldo 

Cumberland 

York 



MarylaiMl. 

Post Office. County. 



Aberdeen 

Abingdon 

Accident 

Adamstown 

Adanisvillo 

Aireys 

Alberton 

Allen's Fresh 

-Annapolis 



Harford 

Hartford 

Alleghany 

Frederick 

Frederick 

Dorchester 

Howard 

Charles 

Anne Arundel 



Annapolis Junction 

Aquasco Prince George's 

Arnold's Store Ane Arundel 



Arab_ 
Bachman's Mills 
Backlingan 
Bakersville 
Baltimore 
Bark Hill 
Barnesville 
Barrallville 



Frede 

Carroll 

Baltimore 

Washington 

Baltimore 

Carroll 

Montgomery 

Alleghany 



Barren Creek Spring Somerset 



West Houltou 
West Lebanon 
Wese Levant 
West Lubec 
West's Mills 
West Mi not 

t ]\foscow 
West Newfield 
Weston 
West Paris 
West Parsonfield 
West Pembroke 
West Peru 
West Pittsfield 
West Poland 
West Pownal 



.Aroostook 

York 

Penobscot 

Washington 

Franklin 

Androscoggin 

Somerset 

York 

Aroostook 

Oxford 

York 

Washington 

Oxford 



Barry 

Barton 

Bay Hundred 

Bay View 

Beantown 

Heaver Creek 

Beckleysville 

Bee Tree 

Bel Air 

Beltsville 

Benevola 

Berlin 

Bethlehem 

Bird Hill 

Bishop's Head 

Black Horse 

Black Rock 

Biadensburg 

Bloomingtoa 

Blue Ball 

BohemiaMills 

13olivar 

Boonesville 

Boons borough 

Brady's Mills 



Frederick 

Alleghany 

Talbot 

Cecil 

Charles 

Washington 

Bal timore 

Baltimore 

Harford 

Prince George's 

Washington 

Worcester 

Carolina 

Carroll 

Dorchester 

Harford 

Baltimore 

Prince George's 

Allegheny 

Cecil 

Ceeil 

Frederick 

Caroline 

Washington 

Alleghany 



Brandywine Prince George's 
Brick Meeting House Cecil 
Bridgeport Frederick 

Bridgetown Caroline 

Bristol Anne Arundel 

Broad Creek Queen Anne 

Broad Creek Neck Talbot 

Brooklandville Baltimore 

Brookville Montgomery 



Brownsville 

Bruceville 

Bryantown 

Buckeyetown 

Bucktown 

Ikiena V 



Somerset Burkittsville 
Androscoggin Burnettsville 
Cumberland I Burrsville 



Washington 

Carroll 

Charles 

Frederick 

Dorchester 

Prince George's 

Frederick 

Somerset 

Oaroliua 



POST OFFICES MASSACHUSETTS. 



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Post Office. County. 

Butler Baltimore 
Calve rton Mills 

Camtridge Dorchester 

Carrollton Carroll 

Catonsville Baltimore 

Cavcrtonu Washington 

Ceciltou Cecil 

Cedar Creek Dorchester 

Center\ille Queen Anue 

Chaptico St. Mary't 

Charlestown Cecil 

Charlotte Hall St. Mary's 

Cherry Hill Ce"cil 

Chesapeake City " 

Chestertown Kent 
Chesteivillo 

Chewsville Washington 

Chrome Hill Harford 

Church Creek Dorchester 

Church Hill Queen Anne 

Churchville Harford 

Clarksburg Montgomery 

Clarksville Howard 

Clayton Harford 

Clear Spring Washington 

Chrmont Mills Harford 

Cockeysville Baltimore 

Colesville Montgomery 
Collegeof St.JamesWashington 
Collington Prince George's 

Conococheague Washington 
Conowingo 
Cooksville 
Cornersville 
Cotocton Furnace 
Cragerstown 



Post Office. 



County. Post OJice. 



doom 

Cross Roads 

Crotchor's F' 

Cumberland 

Crownsville 

Cub Hill . 

Damascus 

Dame's Quarter 

Darlington 

Darnestown 

Darsey's Store 

Davidsonville 

Daytou 

Deal's Island 

Deer Park 

Denton 

Doucaster 



C 

Howard 

Dorchester 

Frederick i 

Frederick 

Prince Crcorge's 

Mont.,oniery 

rry Dorchester 

Alleghany 

Anne Arundel 

Baltimore 

Montgomery 

Somerset 

Harford 

Montgomery 

Montgcimery 

Aune Arundel 

Hovard 

Somerset 

Alleghany 

Caroline 

Charles 



Double Pipe Creek Carroll 

Downsville Washington 



Drawhrid_ 

Dublin 

Dufiield 

Dulaney's Valley 

Dunkirk 

Kast New Market 

Easton 

Edesville 

Elk Ridge Landing 

Elkton 

Ellengowan 

Ellicott's Mills 

Emmittsburg 

Emmorton 

Enstor 

Fair Hill 

Fallston 

Farmington 

Federal Hill 

Federalsburg 

Finksburg 

Fishing Creek 

Flintstoue 

Forest Hill 

Forest Oak 

Forestville 



Dorchester 

Harford 

Charles 

BaUimore 

Calvert 

Dorchester 

Talbot 

Kent 

Howard 

Cecil 

BaUimore 

Howard 

Frsderiek 

Hariord 

Montgomery 

Cecil 

Harford 

Cecil 

Harford 

Dorchester 

Carroll 

Dorchester 

Alleglian\' 

Harford 

Montgomery 

Prin 



Fork Meeting House Baltimore 
Forktown Somerset 

Fort Washington 

Prince George's 
Fountain Greeu Harford 

Four Locks Washington 

Fowling Creek Carolin 



Frankvi 

Frederick 

Freedom 

Freeland 
i Friendship 
JFrizellburg 
I Frostburg 
I Funkstown 
\ Galena 

Galestown 

Gallant Green 

Germantowu 
i Glade MiUa 
! Glenely 



Alleghany 

Frederick 

Carroll 

Baltimore 

Anne Arundel 

Carroll 

Alleghany 

Washington 

Kent 

Dorchester 

Charles 

Montgomery 

Alleghany 

Howard 



Glenvill Harford 

Glymont Charles 

Golden Hill Dorchester 

Gorsuck'j Mills Baltimore 
Goshen Montgomery 

Govanstown Baltimore 

Governor's Bridge 

Anne Arundel 
Graceham Frederick 

Grantsville Alleghany 

Grave Run Mills Baltimore 
Great Mills St. Mary's 

Greentield Mills Frederick 
Greensboro' Caroline 

Green Spring Furnace 

Washington 
Greenwood Baltimore 

Hagerstown Washington 

Hampstcad Carroll 

Hancock Washington 

Hanesville Ivint 

Hanover Howard 

Harewood Howard 

Harford Furnace Harford 

Harney Carroll 

Harris'on Dorchester 

Harrisonville BaUimore 

Haver de Grace Hartford 

Head of Sassafras Kent 

Hereford BaUimore 

Hickory Tavern Harford 

Hicksburgh Dorchester 

Hillsboro' Caroline 

Hill's Point Dorchester 

Hilton's Switch 
Hood's Mills Carroll 

Hookstown Baltimore 

Ilooperville Dorchester 

Hoo\ersville Anue Arundel 
Hope Somerset 

Hopewell y Roads Harford 
Horsehead Prince George's 
Huntingtown Calvert 

Hyattstown Montgomery 

HyattsviUe Prince George's 
I.jamsville Frederick 

Indian Springs Washington 
Ilchester Mills Howard 

Jacksonville Somerset 

Jarrettsville Harford 

Jefferson Frederick 

Jerusalem Mills Harford 

Johnson's Store Anne Arundel 
Johnstown Alleghany 

Johnsville Frederick 

Keedysville Washington 

Kcnnedyville Kent 

Kingston Somerset 

Kroh's Mills Carroll 

Ladicsburg Frederick 

Lakesville Dorchester 

Lander Frederick 

Lapidum Harfor-' 

Lappon's >^ Roads Was ington 
Lauraville Baltimore 

LaurelFactory PrineeGeorge's 
Laytonsville Montgomery 

Leesborough Jlontgomeiy 

Leitersbui-g Washington 

Leonardstown St. Mary's 

Lewistown Frederick 

Liljertytown " 

Lindseyville Worcester 

Linganore Frederick 

Lisbon Howard 

Little Gunpowder BaUimore 
Little Meadow Alleghany 

Locust Grove Kent 

Lomliardsville Cecil 

Lonaroning Alleghany 

Long(ireenAcademy Baltimore 
Lonir Marsh Queen Anne 

Louisville Carroll 

Lower Marlboro' Calvert 

Lutherville BaUimore 

McKinstry's Mills Carroll 

Magnolia Harford 

JIanchester Carroll 

jMarriottsville Howard 

Maryland Lme BaUimore 

.Alassey's X Roads Kent 

Matthews' Store Howard 

Mechanicstown Frederick 

Melbourne Kent 

Melville Caroline 

Jlichaelsville Harford 

Middlebrook Montgomery 

Middleburg Carroll 

Mirtdletowu Frederick 

Jlilestown St. Mary's 

MiUersville Anne Arundel 

Mill Green Harford 



Millington 
Millstone Point 
Monk ton Mills 
Moiiocaey 
Monrovia 
^louti 



County. 

Kent 

Washington 
Baltimore 

Montgomery 
Frederick 

Montironierv 



County. 



Aiouut Pleasant Frederick 

.Mount Savage Alleghany 
Mount Washington Baltimore 

Myersville Frederick 

Nanjemoy Charles 

Newark Worcester 

Newburg CharK-,-. 

New Hope Caroline 

New London Frederick 
New JIarket 

Newport Charles 

Newtown Worcester 

New Windsor Carroll 

Northeast Cecil 
Nottingham Prince George's 

Oakland Alleghany 

Oak Orchard Frederick 

Oakville St. Mary's 

OSfut'sX Roads Montgomery 

Oldtown Alleghany 



Olnev 


Montgomerv 


Orleans 


Alleghany 


Owing's Mills 


Baltimore 


Oxford 


Talbot 


Paper Mills 


Baltimore 


Park Hall 


St. Mary's 


Park ton 


Baitiuiorc 


Patuxcut A 


nne Arundel 


Perrymansville 


Harford 


Perryville 


Cecil 


Petersville 


Frederick 


Phoenix 


Baltimore 


Philopolis 


" 


Pierceland 


Howard 


Pikesville 


Baltimore 


Piseataway Prince George's 


Pisgah 


Charles 


Pleasant H 11 


Harfor.! 


Pleasantville 


Harford 


Point Lookout 


St. Mary's 


Point of Rocks 


Frederick 


Pomonkey 


Charles 


Poolsville 


Montgomerv 


Poplar Springs 


Howard 


Port Deposit 


Cecil 


Por Herman 




Port Republic 


Calvert 


Port Tobacco 


Charles 


Potter's Landing 


Caroline 


PowellsviUe 


Worcester 


Powhatan 


Baltimore 


Preston 


Carolin.. 


Prince Fredericktown Calvert 


Princess Aune 


Somerset 


Principio 


Cecil 


Principio Furnace Cecil 


Prospect 


Harford 


Pylesville 


Harford 


Quantieo 


Somerset 


QnccnAune PrineeGeorge's 


Queensto'.vn 


Queen Anne 


Randallstown 


Baltimore 


Roisters town 


Baltimore 


Ridge 


St. Mary's 


Ridgeville 


lialtinioi-,- 


Ringgold 


Washington 


Rising Sun 


Cecil 


Riverton 


Somerset 


Rock Hall 


Kent 


Rock Sjiriugs 


Cecil 


Rockville 


Montgomery 


Roosville 


Qneen Anne 


Roger's Store 


Kent 


Rohrersville 


Washington 


Kossville 


Bal ti more 


Rowlandsville 


Cecil 


Roxbury Mills 
Royal Oak 


Howard 


Talbot 


Uuihsburg 


Queen Anne 


Sabillasville 


Frdcrick 



Clement's Bay St. .M , . 
int Dennis Baltimore 

•nt Inegoes St. Mary's 

.■nt Leonard's Calvert 

int Margaret's Anne Arundel 



nt Martin's 
Saint Michael's 
Salem 
Salisbury 
Sam's Creek 
Sand> Hill 
S.indy Hook 
Sandy Spring 
Savage 
1 Selliysport 
Shar'psburg 



Worcesttr 

Talbol 

Dorchester 

Somerset 

Carr.ill 

Worcester 

Washington 

Montgomery 

Howard 

Alleghany 

Washington 



Post Office. 



Sharpstown Somerset 

Shelltown Somerset 

Sheppardsville Worc.-ster 

Silver Run Carroll 

Simpsonville Howard 
S'lver I ill Prince Georce's 

.'■kipton Talbot 

Sligo Jlontgoniery 

Smithsburg Washington 

Smithville Caroline 

Snow Hill Worcester 
South River Anne Arundel 

Spencerville Jlontgomcry 

Spov's Landing Kent 

Stablersville Baltimore 

Still Pond Kent 

Sudleriville Qneen Anne 

Sunnnitville Allezhany 

Sundcrlaudville divert 
Surratt's Prince George's 

Swanton Allegbany 

Sweet Air Baltimore 

Sykesville Carroll 
Taney town 

Taylor Harford 

Taylor's Island Dorch.'ster 

Tavlorsville Cam. 11 
T. B. PrineeGeorge's 

Templeville Queen Anne 

Thomas' Run HarTord 

TilL'hmantown Washington 

Tobacco Stick Dorchester 

Towsontown Baltimore 
Tracv's Landing Anne Arundel 

Trappe Talbot 

Triadelphia Montgomery 

Tvaskin Somerset 

Union Bridge Carroll 
Union Meeting House 

Baltimore 

Un'on Mills Carroll 

Unioutown " 

Unionville Frederick 

Unity Montgomery 

Uppcrco Baltimore 

Upper >1 Roads Harford 

I" pper Falls BaUimore 
Upper Marlboro' 

Prince George's 

Upper Trappe Somerset 

Urbana Frederick 

Utica Mills Frederick 

Vienna Dorchester 

Wakefield Curnill 

W'alkersville Frederick 

VVartieldburg C;ut..11 

Warren Baltimore 

Warwick Cecil 

Watersville C.irroU 

Weisesburg Baltimore 

Westcrnport Alleghany 

Westminster Carroll 

West Nottingham Cecil 
We t River Anne .Xrundel 

Wetheredville Baltimore 

Weverton Fre.lerick 

Whaleysville Worcester 

Whitlevshurg Caroline 

White Hall Baltimore 

White Hav.-n S..nicrset 

WiUianisport Wasliin'.:to.i 

Winfield C.irr.ill 

Winston Alle,;li..ny 

Wolfsville Frederick 

Woodbury BaUimore 

Woodbine Carroll 

Woodenshiirg Baltim..re 

Wood Lawn Ceil 

Woodsborough Freoeriek 

Woodstock Howard 

Woodvale Fr.o'eiick 

Wve Mills Queen Anne 

Zi.m Cecil 

Zoucksville Baltimore 



Massiieliusetts. 



Post OJIice. 

Abington 

Acton 

.•\enshnet 

.Adams 

Adamsville 

Agawam 

A 1 ford 

Aniesburg 

Am hers I 

Andovel 



C.uny. 

Plymouth 

MmI.IU-wx 

Bi.-t..l 

B-rksl, re 

Fianklin 

llampdeu 

Berk 'lure 

KsscX 

Hampsliire 

Essex 



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POST OFFICES — MASSACHUSETTS. 



Putt Qfict. 

Anaiaq'iKin 

Atliliurnhum 

Aihlmruliiiu Do 

Aihl.r 

A<lifl'<.-I<l 

AthlAU'l 

Atlilvr-t KnlU 

A<hleyrill« 

Aunhtft 

At hoi 

Ath.>l Di-pnt 

Attluboniu^h 

Auhurii 

AulMirn Dilo 

llal.lwuKvilla 

lUllnrJ Vule 

Ujuicroft 

lUrntlubls 

Itarra 

llnrrv riaiiu 

Itvckotl 

Ilsdrord 

n?clirrtnwn 

n 'Uinrliain 

Uetinoiii 

likjruiiriiituwn 

lterkl.-.v 

IK-rkiliire 

IWrlin 

Heverly 

n viTly FArma 

RilL-riva 

Hhickintnn 

niAcks'.one 

BlinTord 

B>lu>u 

n.md'4 Villaso 

n>i(on 

llnximnnigh 

n.xford 

lioyl^ton 

B lyliton Center 

Bradford 

Bra??ville 

BrAintrce 

BrcMViiter 

Briiigf water 

Brijrhton 

BriinAc'ld 

Brooklicld 

Br.tnklino 

B.ickland 

B:irliiigton 

Biirra;|eville 

Byneld 

Ciiinbrid«;e 

C.imbrid;;eport 

Camptillo 

C'lntna 

C.irli;il<! 

C irver 

Omtcrville 

C-Miiril Village 

Olrirlcmnnt 

Ch.irl.-s River V 

Charl •stuwn 

Charlton 

Charlt.in City 

Charlton Depot 

Cliathain 

Cliaihim Port 

ChelmifurJ 

Chelsea 

Cherry Valley 

Cie^hire 

Chujtcr 

CiieitorC'ntro 

Olicjterfield 

Chicffpee 

Chipopi-e Falls 

Chilinark 

C'lillonrillg 

ClapnvlUo 

Cnrtondttle 

Clinton 

Oiehetfltt 

C •nhituate 

Ciha^^ett 

Cld Spring 

Cilerain 

(.•..l'.,xj Hill 

Collins' I), pot 

r.n.viiit 

Cinord 

Coiwav 

CirlirilU 

Ctituitport 

Cmniii^ton 

Oanniiijtioa \Ve« 

Ciirlinjville 
Dmxx 



County. 

Eisex 

Worcostur 

pot Worceitur 

Middlesex 

Knakiiii 

Mid'lli'H.'X 

Ilrkihire 

II iinpden 

KliiKllojux 

Woreeiter 

Woree-iter 

Itrijlil 

Woreester 

MidJlei.'X 

Worcester 

KHl'X 

Berkshire 
BiriKlable 
Worcester 



Po»l Qfflee. 

Dalton 

Daiivers 

I):iiivers Center 

I):iin-.r.siiort 

DirtmuutU 

D-.lhim 

DjurlKld 

Dennis 

Dennis Port 

Uiihton 

n iV.Iie.ster 

I) Ml.'hUJ 

D.i-r 



\V( 



ster 



Berkshire 

Middlesex 

li.impshire 

Noriolk 

Middlesex 

Franklin 

Bristol 

B.Tksliire 

Worcester 

Kisex 

Kisex 

Middlesex 

Berkshire 

Worcester 

Hampden 

Worcester 

Hampdin 

SnfTolk 

Middlesex 

Essex 

Worcester 

Worcester 

Essex 

Middles,':! 

Norfolk 

Barnstable 

Plvinoutli 

Mi'ddlesex 

Humpilen 

AVorcester 

Norfolk 

Franllin 

Middlesex 

Worcester 

Rises 

Middlesex 

Middlesex 

Plvmontli 

■Norfolk 

Middlesex 

Plymouth 

Barnstable 

Bristol 

Franklin 

llage \or;oIk 

Middlesex 

AV^orcester 

Worcester 

Worcest'T 

Barnstable 

Biirnstable 

Middlesi'x 

Siiflolk 

Worcester 

Berkshire 

Hampden 

llaMipd.n 

H impsliirc 

Hamiiden 

Hamp l.n 

D ikes 

Plymanth 

Worcester 

Ussex 

Worcester 

Pi V month 

Middlesex 

Norfolk 

B 'rkshire 

Franklin 

M ddles.x 

Hampl.n 

Her;tsh,re 

Middlesex 

Franklin 

Worcester 

Barnstable 

H impsliiri 

It Villa^'o 

Hampshire 
B rkshire 
Worcester 



Cdivil;/. 

Berkshire 

E<8ex 

Ussex 

Essex 

Bristol 

Norlidk 

Franklin 

Barns'.abl 

Barnstuld.' 

Bristol 

Norfidk 

Worcester 

N.irfolk 

Middlesex 

Worcester 

Middlesex 

Plymouth 

Pl'vinoiitli 

Birnstallr 

Plvnio.ith 

Hampden 

Worii'ster 

Middl'sex 



Draent 

D.idley 

I). instable 

Dixbviry 

I'last Aliin'^tOE. 

Hist Brewster 

Ivist Hrid^re water 

Ivvst Brinlield 

Hast Brookfield 

Kast Cambridso 

East Charlemout 

East Dennis 

K.St Dnndass 

East Kahnonth 

Kist l''oxl)oro.ish 

East Freetown 

lOast Oranville 

East (ilouoester 

I'^istham 

East Hampton 

East Harwiek 

East Haverhill 

East Ilolliston 

East Lee 

East Lexiniton 

East Lona; Meado\ 

East Marshfield 

East Med way 

East Middleborough Plyjiioutl 

Easton 

East Orleans 

E-ist Otis 

East Peppcrell 

East Princeton 

East Randolph 

lOast Salisbury 

East Sandwich 

East Sharon 

EastSheflield 

East Shel burns 

East Somervilla 

East Stonihton 

Ivist Ti niton 

East \\'al|. Hie 

Iv.st War 'ham 

East W^'v mouth 

East Whately 



BiirnstaliK- 

Worcester 

Barnstalde 

NorloUi 

Bristol 

Hampden 

Essex 

BarnstabL 

Hampsliir.- 

BarustaMe 

Essex 

Middlesex 

B>rksliire 

Middlesex 

Hampden 

Plvmoutli 

Norfolk 



East Windsor 

East Woburn 

E'l'^artown 

Enfield 

Er villi' 

Essex 

Fairhavon 

Fairimnnt 

I''all River 

Falmouth 

FarnumsviUe 

Feeding' Hills 

FeltonsviUe 

Fiskedale 

Fitehburg 

Florence 

Flori.la 

l''ori;e Village 

Koxboronch 

Fraininc.'ham 

Franklin 

Franklin City 



'-'town 



Oardii 

r,-or_n>town 

Uilbertvil'.e 

rjiU 

(Men dale 
1 (Jlobe Village 
I Olo icester 
!(JHhen 

lirafton 

llranby 

'Iraniteville 



iitviUe 



'rranville Corners 

Oreat Barrington 

Oreenfield 

'Jreenwich 

(rroenwioh Village Hainj 

('froenwood Miildlcsex 

Urotoa Middlesex 



tol 

Barnstable 

Berksliire 

Middlesex 

Worcester 

Norfolk 

Essex 

Barnstable 

Norfolk 

Berkshire 

Franklin' 

Middlesex 

Norfolk 

Bristol 

Norfidk 

Plvmourh 

Norfolk 

Franklin 

Berkshire 

Middlesex 

D.ikes 

Hampshire 

Franklin 

Essex 

Bristol 

Norfolk 

Bristol 

BarnstaMi 

Woreestei 

HamiMlen 

Middlesex 

Worcester 

Worcester 

Hampshire 

Berkshire 

Middlesex 

Norfolk 

Middl'S"x 

Norfolk 

Norfolk 

Bristol 

Worcester 

Essex 

Worcester 

Franklin 

Berkshire 

Worcester 

Ess'x 

Hamiishir ■ 

Wi 

Hamiisli 

Middles 

N..r-!\ 

H:im;>.l 

Berkslli 

Frank! 



ster 



I'o.it Office. 

Oroton Junction 

(Jrout's Corners 

(Jroveland 

lladlov 

Halifax 

Himiltoa 

Hancock 

Hanover 

Hanson 

H irdwick 

11 irrisoii S-juara 

Hiirtsville 

Hirv'ard 

Harwich 

H irwichport 

llatclivillB 

HaiHeld 

lliverhill 

Hawlev 

llavdeii Row 

llaVdeuville 

Heath 

ilinb;ham 

Kinsiialc 

llebroiiville 

l^.lden 

Holland 

Ilolliston 

Holmes' Hole 

Hdvfjke 

Hoosac Tunnel 

llo|.edale 

llopkintnn 

lliiasatonic 

lluliiiardston 

M ill 

Huntington 

Hyannis 

Indian Orchard 

Inswich 

Ireland 

laniaiea Plains 

djippa Villasa 

Ivin.ifston 

Lancaster 

Lauesborough 

Lakeville 

liauesville 

Lawrence 

L30 

Leeds 

L;ice3te 

L 'nox 

Lenox Furnace 

Leominster 

Leverett 

Lexington 

Leyden 

Lincoln 

Littleton 

Lock's Village 

Long Meadow 

fion:; Plain 

Lowell 

Ludlow 

Lunenburg 

Lynn 

Lynnfield 

Lvnntield Center 

llalden 

Minchau? 

Manchester 

Mansfield 

Maplew.iod 

Marhlehead 

Marldeborough 

Marion 

Marslifield 

Marston's Mills 

Mattapan 

Mattapoisett 

Medfield 

Med ford 

.Medway 

Melrose 

Mendon 

Methuen 

Mi.l.lleborough 

:Middlefield 

Middlesex Village 

Middletou 

Mil ford 

Millbury 

MiiliiiKton 

Mill River 

MillviUe 

Milton 

Miriekvilla 

Mitteneague 

Monroe 

Monson 

Montague 



Count!/. 

Middlesex 

Franklin 

Essex 

Hampshire 

Plymouth 

Essex 

Berkshire 

Plymouth 

Plymouth 

Worcester 

Norfolk 

Berkshire 

Worcester 

Barnstable 

Barnstable 

Barnstable 

Hampshire 

Essex 

Franklin 

Middlesex 

Hampshire 

Frankl i n 

Plymouth 

Berkshire 

Bristol 

Worcester 

Ham pden 

Midillesex 

Dakes 

Hampden 

Berkshire 

Worcester 

Middlesex 

Berkshire 

Worcester 

Plymouth 

Hampshire 

Barnstable 

Hami.den 

Essex 

Hampden 

Norfolk 

Plymouth 

Plymouth 

Worcester 

B_'rkshire 

Plymouth 

Essex 

Essex 

Berkshire 

Hampslii 

Wo 

Berkshire 

Berkshire 

Worcester 

Franklin 

Middlesex 

Franklin 

Middlesex 

Middlesex 

Franklin 

Hampden 

Bristol 

Middlesex 

Hampden 

Worcester 

Essex 

Essex 

Essex 

Middlesex 

Worcester 

Essex 

Bristol 

Middlesex 

Essex 

Middlesex 

Franklin 

Plymouth 

Barnstable 

Norfolk 

Plymouth 

Norfolk 

Middlesex 

Norfolk 

Middlesex 

Worcester 

Essex 

Plymouth 

Hampshire 

Middlesex 

Essex 

Worcester 

Worcester 

Fra iklin 

Berkshire 

Worcester 

Norfolk 

Bristol 

Hamjiden 

Franklin 

'Hampden 

Franklin 



Post Offic 



County, 



ster 



Monterey Berkshire 

Montgomery Hampden 

Montville Berkshire 

Monument Barnstable 

Mount Auburn Middlesex 

Nahant Essex 

Nantucket Nantucket 

Natick Middlesex 

Needham Norlolk 

Neponset Village Norfolk 

New Ashford Berkshire 

New Bedford Bristol 

New Boston Berkshire 

New Braintree Worcester 

Newbury port Essex 

NewEngl and Village Worcester 
New Lenox Berkshire 

New Marlborough Berkshire 
New Salem Franklin 

Newton Middlesex 

Newton Center Middlesex 

Newton Lower Falls Middlesex 
Newton Upper li-alls Middlesex 
Newtonville Midillesex 

North Abington Plymouth 

North Adams Berkshire 

North Amherst Hampshire 
Vorthampton Hampshire 

North Andover Essex 

North Audover Depot Essex 
North Attleborough Bristol 



North Beck 

North Belliii.^ham 

North Beverly 

Nor! h Bilkrica 

Norih Blanford 

North Blackstone 

Vorthborough 

North bridge 

Xorthbridge Center Worcester 

North Bridgewater Plynr.outh 

North Brooktield Worcester 

North Cambridge 

North Carver 

North Chatham 

North Chelmsford 

North Chelsea 

North Chester 

North Cohasset 

North Dana 

\orth Dartmouth 

North DiKhtou 

North Easton 

North Eastham 

North Egremont 

North Falmouth 

Northfield 

N rthfield Farms 

North Hadlev 

North Harw"iek 

North Leominster 

North Leverett 

North Marshfield 

N. Middleborough 

North New Salem 

North Orange 

North Oxford 

North Pembroke 

North Plymton 

North Prescott 

North Reading 

North Rehoboth 

North Rochester 

North Sandwich 

North Soituate 

North Somerville 

North Spencer 

North S tough ton 

North Sudbury 

North Swansea 

North Tewksbury 

North Truro 

North Uxbridge 

North West Bridgewater 

Plymouth 
North Weymouth 
North Wilmington 
North Woburn 
North Wrentham 
rton 



Berkshire 
Norfolk 
Essex 
Middlesex 
Hampden 
Worcester 
Worcester 
Worcester 



Middlesex 

Plymouth 

Barnstable 

Middlesex 

Suffolk 

Hampden 

Norfolk 

Worcester 

Bristol 

Bristol 

Bristol 

Barnstable 

Berkshire 

Barnstable 

Franklin 

Franklin 

Hampshire 

Barnstable 

Worcester 

Franklin 

Plymouth 

PIvmonth 

Franklin 

Franklin 

Worcester 

Plymouth 

Plymouth 

Uam|ishiro 

Middlesex 

Bristol 

Plymouth 

Bafastable 

Plymouth 

Middlesex 

Worcester 
Norfolk 
Middlesex 
Bristol 
Middlesex 
Barnstable 
Worcester 



Norwich 

Oakdale 

Oakham 

Orange 

Orleans 

Osterville 

Otis 

Otter River 

Oxford 

Palmer 

Pax ton 

Pelham 



Noriolk 

Middlesex 

Middlesex 

Norfolk 

Bristol 

H vm])shire 

Worcester 

Worceuer 

Frankl n 

Barnstable 

Barnstable 

Berkshire 

Worosicr 

Worcester 

Hampden 

Worcester 

HaoipsUirc 



POST OFFICES — MICHIGAN. 



Post Office, County, 

Pembroke Plymouth 

Pepiierill Jliddlesex 

Peru Berkshire 

Petersham Worcester 

Phillipston Worcester 

Pigeon Cove Essex 

PittsHeld Berkshire 

PlaiuHeld Hampshire 

Plaiuville Norfolk 

Plymouth Plymouth 

Plympton Station Plymouth 

Plymptou Plymouth 

Pocassett Barnstable 

Prescott Hampshire 

Princeton Worcester 

Proviucetown Barnstable 

Quincy Norfolk 

Quincy Point Norfolk 

itandolph Norfolk 

Kaynham Bristol 

Riadins Middlesex 

Readvi lie Station Norfolk 

Rehoboth Bristol 

Kiclimond Berkshire 

Ringville Hampshire 

Riverdalc Essex 

Rochester Plvmouth 

Rock Plymouth 

Rock Bottom Middlesex 

Rock port Essex 

Rockville Norfolk 

Rowe Franklin 

Rowley Essex 

Roxbury Norfolk 

Royalston Worcester 

Russell Hampden 

Rutland Worcester 

Salem Essex 

Salisbury Essex 

Sandisfield Berkshire 

Sandwich Barnstable 

Saiigus Essex 

Saugus Center Essex 

Saundersville Worcester 

Savoy Berkshire 

SaxonviUe Sliddlesex 

Scituate Plymouth 

Scotland Plymouth 

Sliaron Norfolk 

Sheffield Berkshire 

Shelburne Franklin 

Shelburne Falls Franklin 

Sheldonville Norfolk 

Sherborn Middlesex 

Shirley Middlesex 

Shirley Village Middlesex 

Shrewsbury Worcester 

Shutesbury Franklin 

Smitbville Worcester 

Somerset Bristol 

Somerville Middlesex 

South Acton Middlesex 

South Abington Plymouth 

South Amesbury Essex 

Southampton Hampshire 
South Attlehorough Bristol 

South Amherst Hampsliire 

South Braintree Norfolk 

Southbridge Worcester 

South Chatham Barnstable 

South Carver Plymouth 

South Danvers Essex 

Southborough Worcestei 

South Dartmouth Bristol 

South Dedham Norfolk 

South Deertield Franklin 

South Dennis Barnstable 

South Easton Bristol 

South E'jremont Berkshire 

Southtield Berkshire 
South Framingham Middlesex 

South Franklin Norfolk 

South (lardner Woicester 

South Groveland Essex 

South Hadley Hampshire 
South Hadley Falls Hampshire 

Soutli Hanover Plymouth 

South Hanson Plymouth 

South Harwich Biirnstable 

South Hawley Franklin 

South Hingham Plymoutli 

South Lancaster Worcester 

South Lee Berkshire 

South Maiden Jliddlesex 
South Middleboro' Plymouth 

South Jlilford Worcester 

South Natick Middlesex 

South Orleans Barnstable 

South Plymouth Plymouth 

South Randolph Norfolk 

South Readin? Middlesex 

South Boyalstoa Woioester 



Post Office. 

South Sandwich 

South Scituate 

South Seekonk 

South Sudbury 

South Walpole 

South Wellfleet 

South Vv'estport 

South Weymouth 

Southwick 

South Wilbraham 

tiouth Williamstow 

South AS'rentbam 

South Yarmouth 

Spencer 

Springfield 

Spring Hill 

State Line 

Sterling 

Still River 

Stockbridge 

Stoneham 

S tough ton 

Stow 

Sturbridge 

Sudbury 

Sunderland 

Sutton 

Swampscott 

Swansea 

Taunton 

'I'empleton 

Tewkesbury 

Thorndike 

Three Rivers 

lolland 

iTop.-field 
Townsend 
Townsend Harbor 
Truro 

I Tyngsborough 
Tyringham 
XI pton 
Uxbridge 
Van Deusenville 
Wachusett Village 
Wales 

I Walpole 
Ware 

I Ware ham 
Waltham 

I Waiiuoit 

' Warr.n 

i Warwick 

! Washington 

' Watertown 

l\V;iverly 

i Wavland 

[Webster 
Wellesley 
Well fleet 

i Wendell 

j Wendell Depot 

I Wenham 
West Acton 
West Amesbury 
West Barnstable 

'West Becket 

1 W'estborough 
West Boxford 
West Boyleston 
West Brewster 
West Bridgewater 
West Brookfield 
West Cambridge 
West Chatham 
West Cb.elmsford 
West Chesterfield 
VV'esi Dedham 
West Dennis 
West Duxbnry 
West Falmouth 
Westfield 
West Fitchburgh 
Westford 
West Foxboro' 
West Gloucester 
West Ctranville 
West Groton 
West Hampton 
West Hanover 
West Harwich 
West Hawley 
West Mansfield 
West :\led ford 
West Med way 
West Millbury 
Westniinster 
West Newbury 
West Newton 
West Northfield 
Weston 
West Otis 



County. 

Barnstable ! 
Plvmouth : 

Bristol 

Middlesex 

Norfolk 

Barnstable 

Bristol 

Norfolk 

Hampden 

Ham]iden 

nBerkshire i 

Norfolk I 

Barnstable [ 

Worcester | 

Hampden i 

Barnstable 1 

Berkshire 

Worcester 

Worcester 

Berkshire 

Middlesex 

Norfolk 

Middlesex 

Worcester 

Middlesex 

Franklin 

Worcester 

Essex 

Bristol 

_ Bristol 

Worcester 

Middlesex 

Hampden 

Hampden 

•Hampden 

Essex 

Middlesex 

Bfiddlesex 

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 

Barnstab.'e 

Plymouth 

Worcester 

Middlesex 

Barnstable 

Middlesex 

Hampshire 

Norfolk 

Barnstablt 

Plymouth 

Barnstable 

Hampden 

Worcester 

Middlesex 

Norfolk 

Essex 

Hampden 

Middlesex 

Hampshire 

Hampshire 

Barnstable 

Franklin 

Bristol 

Middlesex 

Norfolk 

Worcester 

Worcester 

Essex 

Middlesex 

Franklin 

Middlesex 

Berkshire 



Post Office. 



County. 



WestPittsfield Berkshire 

Westport Bristol 

Westport Point Bristol 

West Rn.xbury Norfolk 

West Rutland Worcester 

West Sandwich Barnstable 

West Scituate Plymouth 

West Springfield Hampden 

West Sterling Worcester 

West Stockbridge Berkshire 
West Stockbridge Center 

Berkshire 

West Sutton Worcester 

West Tisbury Dukes 

West Townsend Middlesex 

Wcst Ujiton Worcester 

WestWareham Plymouth 

West Warren Worcester 

West Worthington H:>mpshii' 



West Wrentham 

West Yarmouth 

Wevmouth 

W irately 

V. hitinsvillo 

Wilbraham 

Wilkinsonville 

M'illiamsburgh 

Williamstown 

Willimansett 

^^'ilmington 

Winchendom 

Winchester 

Windsor 

Winthrop 

Wohurn 

Wood's Hole 

Woodville 

Worcester 

Worthington 

Wrentham 

Yarmouth 

Yarmouth Point 



Norfolk 

Barnstable 

Norfolk 

Franklin 

Worcester 

Hampden 

Worcester 

Hampshire 

Berkshire 

Hampden 

Middlesex 

Worcester 

Middlesex 

Berkshire 

Suflblk 

Middlesex 

Barnstibk- 

Middlesex 

Worcester 

Hampshire 

Norfolk 

Barnstable 

Barnstable 



MIcliigaii. 



Post Office. 

Abscota 

Ada 

Adamsville 

Addison 

Adrian 

Akron 

Alabaster 

Alamo 

Albion 

Algansee 

Alg>den 

Algonac 

Allison 

Allegan 

Allendale 

Alma 

Almena 

Almira 

Alm'tnt 

Algonquin 

Alpena 

Alpine 

Alto 

Alton 

Antrim 

Antrim City 

Alverton 

Am boy 

Ann Arbor 

Arenac 

Arirentine 

Ariand 

Arlington 

Armada 

Ashland 

Ashley 

Assyria 

Atlas 

Athens 

Athlone 

Attica 

Auburn 

Augusta 

Aurelius 

A usable 

AusterlitI 

Austin 

Avery 

Banks 

Bainbridpo 

Baldwin's Jfills 

Gall Mountain 



County. 

Calhoun 

Kent 

Cass 

Lenawee 

Tuscohi 

loski. 

Kalamazoo 

Calhou n 

Branch 

Innia 

St. Clair 

Lapier 

Allegan 

Ottawa 

Gratiot 

Van Buren 

Benzie 

Lapeer 

Ontonagon 

Alpena 

Kent 

Kent 

Shiawassei 

Antriti, 

In2b:iin 

HillalpM. 

Washtenaw 

Arenae 

Genesee 

Jackson 

Van Buren 

M acorn 1 

Newap.i 

Kent 

Barry 

Genesee 

Calhoun 

Monroe 

Lenawee 

Oakland 

Kal.imazon 

Inghnni 

Josco 

Kent 

Oaklanil 

Berrien 

Itny 

Berrien 

«1acksoii 

Oiikland 



Post Office. 

Baltimore 

Itfinynr 

Horryville 

Base Lake 

rSatavia 

Bath 

Battle Creek 

]iay City 

Bear River 

Beaver Creek 

Bedford 

lielle River 

Belleville 

Bellevue 

Beugal 

Bennington 

Beuona 

Hcntnu 

lien/.onia 

llerlin 

lierrien Center 

Berrien Spring 

Bertrand 

Berville 

Bethel 

Big Beaver 

Big Prairie 

Big Rapids 

Big Spring 

Birch Run 

Birmingham 

Blair 

Blendon 

Blisstield 

liloumer Center 

Bbiunitield 

Blootnfield Junction 

Bloomingdale 

Blunt 

Best wick Lake 

Bowne 

Bradley 

Brady 

Brandon 

Breedville 

Bridgeport 

Bridgeport Center 

Bridgeton 

Briilgewater 

Brighton 

Bristolville 

Brockway Centre 



County, 

Barry 

Van Beren 

Barry 

Wasbt.-naw 

Branch 

Clinton 

Calhoun 

Bay 

Rmniet 

Gratiot 

Calhoun 

St. Clarr 

Wayne 

Katon 

Clinton 

Shiawassee 

Oceana 

Washtenaw 

Leelanau 

Ottawa 

Berrien 



St. Clair 

Branch 

Oakland 

Newaygo 

Mecosta 

Ottawa 

S:iginaw 

Oakland 

Berry 

Ottawa 

Lenawee 

Montcalm 

Saginaw 

S i^in.iw 

Tuscola 

Isabella 

Kent 

Kent 

Allegan 

Kalan\azoo 

_ Oakland 

Van Buren 

Saginaw 



Bi 

Briuisiin's Prairie 

Bro„kfield 

Brooklyn 

Brownstown 

Brownsville 

Buchanan 

Buck Creek 

Buel 

Bunker HiU 

Burlington 

Burns 

Burnside 

Burr Oak 

Burt 

Burton 

Bushnell Center 

Butler 

Bvr a 

Cady 

C.ilednnia 

C.ilifornia 

C.iuilria Mill 

Cambridge 



r.nnpl.cll 

Cant.ui 

Canandaigna 

Cannon.sburg 

Capac 

Carlisle 

Carlton 

Carrollton 

Cns<-ade 

C.:\sca 

Casevillo 

('asnovia 

Cass 

Ca.^sapo1is 

Cass Bridge 

Cato 

Catville 

Cedar Creek 

Cedar Fork 

Cdar Springs 



Charlevoix 
Churlott* 



Newaygo 

Washtenaw 

Livingston 

Barry 

St. Clair 

St. Clair 

Branch 

Eaton 

Jackson 

Wavno 

Cass 

Berrien 

Kent 

Sanilao 

l!ii:ham 

Calhoun 

Shiawassee 

Tuscola 

St. Joseph's 

Cheboygan 

(Jeneseo 

Montcalm 

Branch 

Shiawassee 

Macomb 

Kent 

Branch 

Hillsdale 

Lenawee 

Hillsdale 

Ionia 

Wayne 

Lenawee 

Kent 

St. Clair 

Eaton 

Barry 

Saginaw 

Kent 

St. Clair 

Huron 

BInskcgon 

Hillsdale 

Cuss 

Saginaw 

Montcalm 

Wayne 

Barrr 

Delta 

Kent 

Eaton 

St. Joseph's 

Calhoun 

Emmett 

Kaloa 



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POST OFFICES' MICHIGAN, 



PotI QjU*. 



County. 



Ch«la«a Washtenaw 

ClifMoing SuicinjiH 

Cheshire Alk-i^ui 

Chute r liitlon 

Cbiekaming Berrim 

Chiu St. riuir 

CUrene* Culhnan 
Clupcnci' Center 

Cl»rk City Moiii-.k 

Clark«tou Oakland 

Clay lluiki Uc'uani> 

ClaytoD Lenawee 

CIr'ar Lak« iluntcalin 

ClllTord Lapeer 

CliTtou Ki"\veeuaw 

Climax l>rair!« Knlainnzou 

Clinton Lenawee 

Clyde Mill! St. Clair 

Cohucl.th Livingsten 

0>M Water llraueh 

Culon St. Jus.'ph's 

Culoma Uerrien 

CuluBiliia Jackjon 

Oolumliiavillt La?>eer 

Columbus St. Clair 

Commerce Oaklan'l 

Conistock Ealamazuo 

Concord Jack.^on 

Conner's Creek Wayne 

Con vis Calhoun 
Con vis Center 

Cunstautino St. Joseph's 

Conway Livinjrston 

Cooper Kalama/Mu> 

C'Wpersville Ottawa 
Copper Kails Mino Keweenaw 
Copper II.. rjinr 

Cortland Center Kent 

Corunua Shiawassee 

Covert (Jenesie 

Crawford Isabella 
Crawford's Quarry 

Prcsque Isk 



Crimea 

Croton 

Crystal 

Cuba 

Dallas 

Il.inby 

Dansville 

Divisburg 

I>avisun 

liavisville 

Dayton 

Uearbc-nville 

liecattir 

Peer Creek 

Deerfield 

iKer Lick 

Ueomark 

Delta 

Detroit 

De Witt 

Dexter 

Disco 

Dover 

Dowa;{iac 

Drayton Plaini 

Drvdcn 

Duncan 

Dundee 

Duplaia 

K.igle 

Kajjie ITnrbor 

Kwle Kivcr 

Kast Davton 

Kast LeVoy 

Kiutmaniville 

Kast Nankin 

Kast O^den 

K uton 

Km U.iisinvillo 

K.nt Saginaw 

K«t I'll ion 

Kulon Rapidi 

K'- Claire 

K ■■■rse 

Kicn 

K.I ui burr 

Kiward.burg 

KUin 

Klk 

Kikl nd 

Klk lUpidi 

K'lin^tou 

Kim 

Klmir* 

Kim Hall 

Kim wood 

Kl.ie 

Kn-lishville 

Katerprise 



Jluskecon 

XuwavKo 

Moutealm 

Kent 

Clintou 

louia 

Ingham 

Oakland 

Genesee 

Sanilac 

Berrien 

Wnync 

Van Buren 

L i V i ngston 

Lenawee 

Siininaw 

Tusrolu 

Eaton 

Wavne 

Clinton 

'Washtenaw 

Maeonil. 

Lenawee 

Cass 

Oakland 

Lapeer 

CUeboynan 

Jtonroe 

Clinton 

Clinton 

Keweenaw 

Tuscola 
Calhoun 
Ottawa 

Lenawee 

louia 

Monroe 

Saginaw 

Macomb 

Eaton 

Bi'rrien 

Wayne 

Irii;ham 

IlilUdale 

Ciss 

Genesee 

Tuseol:, 

Antrim 

T .sc .1.1 

Wnyne 

Kiitou 

Oratiot 

Tiiscoli 

Clinton 

Kent 

Shiawassee 



Pout 0/fiee. 

Krie 

K.^conawba 
Ivssex 
Kxctor 
Fairfield 
Kair Grove 
Tair Haven 
I Fair I'lains 
, Fair View 
I'allasburg 
F.irm 
Farmer's 
Farmer's Creek 
FarminKtoQ 
Fawn Kivor 
Felts 

Fcntonville 
Ferris 
FitchburK 
Flat River 
Fli'Hiing 
Flint 
Florence 
l-'lower Creek 
Flowerfield 
Flushing 
Ford River 
Forrester 
Forest Bay 
Forest City 
Forest Hill 
Forestville 
Four Towers 
r'o«;ersville 
Franciscoville 
Frankenlust 
Fraiikenmuth 
Franklin 
i''rivnkfort 
Frazer 
b'redonia 
Fremont Centre 
Free Soil 
Fremont 
FrontiiT 
'Jaines' Station 
'iainesville 
Oalesburg 
(iulion 
Ganges 
Garlick 
Geary 
Gena 

Genesee Village 
'Jeneva 
Genoa 
Georgetown 
Gibraltar 
Gilead 
Giranl 
Glass Creek 
Glen Arbor 
Gooflland 
• iondrich 
tfrafion 
Grahamsville 
Grand Blanc 
Grand Haven 
Grand Lcdiie 
GrandTraverseG 
Grand Rapids 
Grandville 
Grant 
Gr;iss Lake 
G rat tan 
Gravel Run 
Greenbnsh 
Greenfield 
Greenlau'l 
Green Oak 
Greenville 
Greenwood 
Grove 
Grovel.Tnd 
Gun Lake 
Gun Marsh 
lladlcy 
Hamburg 
lliimlin 
llaneoek 
Hanover 
Harrisville 
Hartford 
Hartland 
llartwellsviUe 
Harvey 
Ihustiiipa 
Havanna 
Ha/leton 
Henrietta 
Hickory Corners 
Highland 



County. 

Monroe 

Delta 

Clinton 

Monroe 

Lenawee 

Tu^eoln 

St. Clair 

Jloniciilm" 

Maion 

K nt 

Jaekion 

Sanilac 

Lapeer 

Oakland 

St. .Joseph -.^ 

Iiitihum 

Genesee 

Jloutcalm 

Inuham 

Kent 

Li viniston 

Genesee 

St. Joseph's 

Oceana 

St. Joseph's 

Genesee 

Delta 

Sanilac 

Ottawa 
Gratint 
Sanilac 
Oakland 
Livingston 
Jackson 
Saginaw 

Oakland 

Lc-L-lanau 

Macomli 

Washtenaw 

N e w ay go 

Mason 

Shiawassee 

Hillsdali- 

Genesee 

Kent 

Kalamazoo 

Berrien 

Allegan 

Ontona.:.;f n 

Clinton 

Delta 

Genesee 

Lenawee 

Liv in'.;ston 

Ottawa 

Wayne 

Branch 

Branch 

Barry 

Leelanau 

Lnpeer 

Genesee 

Monroe 

Kent 

Genesee 

Ottawa 

Katon 

randTraverse 

Kent 

Kent 

Jaekson 

Kent 

shtenaw 



WavuL- 

Ontoua'son 

Livin^rston 

Jlontealm 

Oceana 

Sleeosta 

Oakland 

Barrv 

Allegan 

Lapeer 

Livingston 

Monroe 

Houghton 

Jackson 

Ale.ma 

Van Buren 

I/ivincston 

Shiawassee 

Jlar'iuette 

Barry 

Sa'j;ina« 

Shiawasse.- 

JaeksOM 

Barr_\ 
Oakland 



Post Office. 

Hillsdale 

Holland 

Holly Mills 

Holt 

Homer 

Homestead 

Hooker 

Hopkins 

Houghton 

HowardsviUe 

Howell 

Hubbardstown 

Hudson 

Hunter's Creek 

Huron (My 

Huron Station 

Ilia 

Inilay 

Indian Creek 

Inkster 

Ionia 

Irving 

Isabella City 

Ishpeming 

Ithica 

Jackson 

Jamestown 

Jay 

Jeddo 

Jetierson 

JeBersonville 

Jersey 

Johnstown 

Jonesville 

Josco • 

Joyfield 

Kalamazoo 

Kalamo 

Kearsley 

Keelei-sville 

K./lloggsville 

Kenoehee 

Kensington 

Kewana Bay 

Keystone 

Kiddville 

Kinderhook 

Kipii's Corners 

Kossuth 

Koylton 

Lafayette 

La Grange 

Laket.Mi 

Lainiisburgh 

Lake 51 ill 

Lake Port 

Lake Ridge 

Lakeville 

LambertsviUe 

Lament 

Lansing 

Laphamsville 

Lapeer 

La Salle 

Lawrence 

Lawton 

Leighton 

Leland 

Lenox 

Leoni 

Leonidas 

Leslie 

F^exington 

Liberty 

Lima 

h i n col n 

Linden 

Lisbon 

Litchfield 



Little Prairie Ronde 



Cuunty. 

Hillsdale 

Ottawa 

Oakland 

Ingham 

Calhoun 

Beniie 

Van Bin en 

Allegan 

Houghton 

St. Joseph's 

Livin.gstoii 

Ionia 

Lenawee 

Lapeer 

Huron 

Wayne 

Monroe 

Li>pcer 

Kent 

Wayne 

Ionia 

Barrv 

Isabella 

Marquette 

Gratiot 

Jaekson 

Ottawa 

S agi n aw 

St. Clair 

Hillsdale 

Cass 

Oakland 

Barry 

Hillsdale 

Livingston 

Benzie 

Kalivmazoo 

Katou 

Genesee 

Kent 

Kent 

St. Clair 

Oakland 

Houghton 

Clinton 

Ionia 

Bra neb 

Genesee 

Ionia 

Tuscola 

Gratiot 

Cass 

Berrien 

Shiawassee 

Van Buren 

St. Clair 

Lenawee 

Oakland 

Monroe 

Ottawa 

Ingham 

Kent 

Lapeer 

Monroe 

Van Buren 

Allegan 

Leelanau 

Macomb 

Jackson 

St. Joseph's 

Ingham 

Sanilac 

Jackson 

Washtenaw 

Mason 

Genesee 

Kent 

Hillsdale 



Little Tr 

Livonia Center 

Loeke 

Lodi 

L'indon 

Lowell 

Luc'ington 

Lyons' 

Lynn 

Mackinaw 

Macomb 

Macon 

Madison 

Mahopac 

Manchester 

Manistee 

Maulius 

Maple 

Mapleton 

Maple Grove 



Cass 



Maple Rapids 
Marathon 



Emm 
Wayne 
Ingham 
Washtenaw 
Jlonroe 
Kent 
Mason 
Ionia 
St. Clair 
Michilimackinae 
M.veomb 
Lenawee 
Livingsten 
Oakland 
Washtenaw 
Manistee 
Allegan 
louia 
Grand Traverse 
Barrj- 
Clinton 
Lapeer 



Poat Offi<'^. 



Marcellus 


Cass 


Marengo 


Calhoun 


.Marine City 


St. Clair 


Marquette 


Marquette 


Marr 


Muskegon 


Marshall 


Calhoun 


Martin 


Allegan 


Marysville 


St. Clair 


.■ilasbn 


Ingham 


Matherton 


tenia 


Mattawan 


Van Buren 


Mattisou 


Branch 


May 


Tuscola 


Meade 


Macomb 


Mead's Mills 


Wayne 


Mears 


Muskeion 


Medina 


Lenawee 


Melville 


Leilenaw 


Memphis 


Macomb 


iMeuden 


St. Joseph's 


.'\Ienomonee 


Menomonee 


Mere 


Macomb 


Merrillsville 


St. Clair 


Merritt 


Barry 


Metamora 


L a peer 


;Michigan Center 


Jackson 


.-^liddletown 


Ingham 


Miridlevilla 


Barry 


M'dland 


Midland 


Milan 


Mi>nroe 


Milo 


Barry 


Mil ford 


Oakland 


Millshurg 


Berrien 


Millington 


Tuscola 


Mill Point 


Ottawa 


Milton 


Macomb 


Minden 


Sanilac 


Moline 


A llegan 


Monroe 


Jlonroa 


Monterey 


Allegan 


Jlontrose 


Genesee 


Morenci 


Lenawee 


.Morgansville 


Hillsdale 


AIoscow 




Mosherville 




Mottville 


St. Joseph's 


.Mount Clemens 


JIacomb 


Mount :\rorri3 


(lenesee 


Mount Pleasant 


Oakland 


Mount Vernon 


Macomb 


Mud Creek 


Eaton 


Muir 


Ion i a 


Muudy 


Genesee 


Mungersville 


Shiawassee 


Muskegon 


Muskegon 


Xankin 


V\-ayne 


Xapoleon 


Jack.son 


Xeiiaunee 


Marquette 


Nelson 


Kent 


Newark 


Gratiot 


Newaygo 


Newaygo 


Newman 


Sanilac 


New Baltimore 


Macomb 


New Buffalo , 


B.rrien 


NVu'bursrh 


Cas, 


New Casco 


Allegan 


New Haven 


Maeomb 


New Haven Centre Gratiot 


New Hudson 


Oakland 


Newport 


Monroa 


New Salem 


Alleiran 


Newton 


Calhoun 


Niles 


Berrien 


Noble Center 


Branch 


North Adams 


Hillsdale 


North Aurelius 


Ingham 


North Branch 


Lapeer 


North Brownsville 


Kent 


North Byron 


Kent 


North Eagle 


Clinton 


North Farmington Oakland 


North Irving 


B.arry 


North Leslie 


Ingham 


North Newburgh 


Shiawassee 


North Oxford 


Oakland 


Norihport 


Leelanau 


North Plains 


Ionia 


North Raisinville 


Monroe 


North Shade 


Gratiot 


N(U-th Star 




North Unity 


Leelanau 


North Vernon 


Shiawassee 


Northville 


Wayne 


Norvell 


Jackson 


Norwalk 


Manistee 


Novi 


Oakland 


Nunica 


Ottawa 


Oak 


Wayna 


Oakford 


Lenawee 


Oakfield 


Kent 


Oak GroT 


LiviuKSton 


OakHil 


Oakland 



POST OFFICES MINNESOTA. 



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Post Office. 

Oakland 

Oakville 

Oakwood 

Oceana 

Oceola Center 

Okenios 

Olivet 

Omcna 

Oneida 

Onondaga 

Ontonaguu 

Oporto 

Ora Labor 

Orange 

Orangeville Mills 

Orion 

Ortouville 

Oshtemo 

Osseo 

Otisco 

Otisville 

tsego 

Ottawa Lake 

Otter Creek 

Overisel 

Ovid 

Ovid Center 

Owasso 

Oxford 

Paint Creek 

Palo 

Palmyra 

Panama 

Park 

Parkville 

Parma 

Parshallvillo 

Partello 

Patterson's Mills 

Pavilliun 

Puw Paw 

Peck 

Penfield 

Peuu fliine 

Pent Water 

Pert" Marquette 

Perriu^ville 

Perry 

Petersburgh 

Pewabic 

Pe^vamo 

Phelpstown 

Pierdou 

Pinckney 

Pine Creek 

Pine Grove 

Pine Grove Mills 

Pine Plain 

Pine Run 

Pinnel.og 

Pipestone 

Pittsburg 

Plaintield 

Plainwell 

Plank Road 

Pleasant 

Pleasaiiton 

Plymouth 

Poka,on 

Pumpei 

Pontiae 

Pool 

Port Austin 

Portage 

Port Hope 

Port Huron 

Portland 

Port Sanilao 

Portsmouth 

Pottersburg 

Prairieville 

Proctor 

Prospect Lake 

Pulaski 

Quincy 

Rabbit River 

Ransom 

Ravenna 

Rawsonville 

Ray 

Ray Center 

Reading 

Red Bridge 

Redford 

Riolineld 

Richland 

Richmond 

Richmondville 

Richville 

Ridgeway 

Riga 

P.il9jr 



County, 

Oakland 

Monroe 

Oakland 

Muskegon 

Livingston 

Muskegon 

Eaton 

Grand Traverse 

Clinton 

Ingham 

Ontonagon 

St. Joseph's 

Huron 

Ionia 

Barry 

Oakland 

Kalamazoo 
Hillsdale 
Ionia 
Genesee 
Allegan 
Monroe 
J ac-kson 
Allegan 
Clinton 

Shiawassee 

Oakland 

Washtenaw 

Ionia 

Lenaweo 

Kewaygs 

St. Joseph's 

Jackson 

Livingston 

Caluouu 

Ionia 

Kalamazoo 

Van Buren 

Sauilac 

Calhoun 

Keweenaw 

Oceana 

Mason 

^ "VVa> ne 

Shiawassee 

Moni'oe 

OntonaKon 

Ionia 

Ingham 

Slecostou 

Livingston 

Calhoun 

Tuscola 

Van Buren 

AUegan 

Genesee 

Huron 

Berrien 

Shiawassee 

Livingston 

AUegau 

Wayuu 

Kent 

Manistee 

Warne 

Cass 

Gratiot 

Oakland 

Lapeai 

Huron 

Kalainuzoo 

Huron 

St. Clair 

Ionia 

Sanilac 

Baj 

St. Clai> 

Barry 

AUegau 

Van Buren 

Jackson 

Branch 

Alle::an 

Hillsdale 

Muskegon 

Wayne 

Macomb 

Hillsdale 
Ingham 
Wayne 
Genesee 
Kalamazoo 
Macomb 
Sanilac 
"Tuscola 
Lenawee 

Clinton 



Post Office. 

River Raisin 

Kix 

Robinson 

Rochester 

Rockland 

Rollins 

Rome 

Romeo 

Romulus 

Ronald Center 

Rose 

Roseville 

Round Lake 

Roxana 

Royal Oak 

Royaltou 

Ruby 

Saginaw M/ij. j, 

St. CharleaiSikat* 

St. Clair ^^-bs 

St. James "^ 

St. John's 

St. Joseph'8 

St. Lewis 

Salem 

Saline 

Salt River 

Sand Beach 

Sandstone 

Saranac 

Saugatuck 

Sault St. Marie 

Schoolcraft 

Soio 

Sebewa 

Seliewaing 

Seoilia 

Seneca 

Shave Head 

Sheridan 

Sherwood 

.Sidney 

Silver Creek 

Silver Lake 

Sink Brook 

Six Corners 

Smith's Creek 

Smithvilie 

Smyrna 

Sodus 

Somerset 

South Boston 

South Cass 

Soutlitield 

South Genoa 

South Haven 

."^outh Henrietta 

South Jackson 

South Lyon 

South Plymouth 

South Ripley 

South Sunheld 

South Wright 

Spalding 

Sparta 

Sparta Center 

Spencer's Mills 

Spring Arbor 

Spring Brook 

Springfield 

Spring Mills 

Spriugport 

Spriugville 

Stanton 

Stella 

Stevens' Landing 

Stockbridge 

Stony Creek 

Stony Run 

Strait's Lake 

Sturgis 

Summersville 

Summit 

Suntield 

Sutton's Bay 

Swartz Creek 

Sylvan 

Sylvanus 

Tallmadge 

Tawas City 

Taylor Centre 

Taymouth 

Tecumseh 

Tekawsha 

Thetford 

Thetford Centre 

Thornton 

Thornville 

Three Oaks 

Three Rivers 

Tipton 

Tompkins 



County. 

Washtenaw 

Ionia 

Ottawa 

Oakland 

Ontonagon 

Lenawee 

Macomb 

Wayne 

Ionia 

Oakland 

Macomb 

Branch 

Eaton 

Oakland 

Berrien 

St. Clair 

Saginaw 

i St. Clair 
Alaniton 
Clinton 
Berrien 
Gratiot 
Washtenaw 

Isabella 

H u ro n 

Jackson 

Ionia 

Allegan 

Chippewa 

Kalamazoo 

Washtenaw 

Ionia 

Tuscola 

Calhoun 

Lenawee 

Cass 

Montcalm 

Branch 

Montcalm 

Allegan 

Washtenaw 

Allegan 

Ottawa 

St. Clair 

Wayne 

Ionia 

Berrien 

Hillsdale 

Ionia 

Oakland 

Livingston 

Van Buren 

Jaeksou 

Oakland 



Post Of:, ce. 



County. 



W 



ayi 



Clinton 

Eaton 

Hillsdale 

Saginaw 

Hillsdale 

Kent 

Jackson 
Gratioi 
Oakland 

Jackson 

Lenawee 

Montcalm 

Gratiot 

Sanilac 

lugliam 

Washtenaw 

Genesee 

Oakland 

St. Joseph's 

Cass 

Oakland 

Eaton 

Leelenaw 

Genesee 

Washtenaw 

Hillsdale 

Ottawa 

Iosco 

Wayne 

Saginaw 

Lenawee 

Calhoun 

Genesee 

Genesee 

St. Clair 

Lapeer 

Berrien 

St- Joseph's 

Lenawee 

Jackson 



Traverse City GrandTraverse 

Trenton \\a>ne 

1'roy Oakland 

T;.ve Sanilac 

Tyrone Livingston 
fnadilla 

I'ndine Hillsdale 

I' Dion t;a3s 

I'nion City Branch 

Union House Clinton 

VnionviUe Tuscola 

I'tica Macomb 

Vandalia Cass 

Vassar Tuscola 

Ventura Ottawa 

Vergennes Kent 

Vermontville Eaton 

Vernon Shiawassee 

Victor Clinton 

Vohnia Cass 

Wacousta Clinton 

Wahjamaga Tuscola 

Wakeshma Kalamazoo 

Waldenburg Macomb 

Wales St. Clair 

Wallaceville Wayne 

Walled Lake Oakland 

Wanicott Sanilac 

Warren Macomb 

Waterford Oakland 

W aterloo Jackson 

Watervliet Barrien 

Watrousville Tuscola 

Waveily Van Buren 

Wayland Allegan 

Wayne M ayne 

Webster Washtenaw 

Wellville Lenawee 

Wenona Bay 

Wesaw Berrien 

West Berlin St. Clair 

West Bloomer Montcalm 

West Bloomfield Oakland 

V\ est C;isco Allegan 

M' est Climax Kalamazoo 

West Delhi Inijham 

West(ieneva Van Buren 

West Hiven Shiawassee 

West Leroy Calhoun 

West Novi Oakland 

West Ogden Lenawee 

West River Jackson 

Westphalia Clinton 

West Windsor Eaton 

Wexfor-d Wexford 

Wheatland Iinia 
Wheatland Center Hillsdale 

Wheelersville Shiawassee 

White Lake Oakland 

White Oak Ingham 
White Pigeon St. Joseph's 

White River Muskegon 

White R<,ck Huron 

White .Swan Kent 
White Water Grand Traverse 

White Wood Berrien 

Whitmore Lake Washtenaw 

Whitneyville Kent 

Will'amstown Ingham 

Williamsville Cass 

Winiielu Iniihaui 

Windsor Eaton 

Wioia Isabclhi 

Won Creek Lenawee 

Woodhull Shiawassee 

Woodland Barry 

Woodhiwn Berrien 

Woodstock Lenawee 

Worth Tuscola 

Wright Ottawa 

Wyaudott Wayne 

Yankee Springs Ba"rry 

York Washtenaw 

Yorkville Kalamazoo 

Ypsilauti Washtenaw I 
Yuba Grand Traverse j 

Zilwaukie Saginaw ; 

Zealand Ottaw 



County. 

Wright 

Douglaf 

Lc Sueur 

Anoka 

Fillmore 

Winona 

Sibley 

Browh 

Dodge 

Mower 

Steele 

Dodge 

Goodhue 

Freedom 

Faribault 

Faribault 

Fillmore 

Olmstead 

Wabashaw 

Winona 

Superior 

Scott 

Goodhue 

Scott 

Morris. ji 

Fillmore 

Carver 

Fillmore 

Steele 

Dodge 

Sherburne 

Filmoro 



Minnesota. 



Post Office. 

Adams 
Afton 
Alba 
Albert Lea 



County. 

Mower 

Washington 

Fillmore 

Freeborn 



Poat Office. 

Albion 

Alexandria 

Anawauk 

Anoka 

Arendahl 

Aigo 

Arlington 

Asbippun 

Ashland 

.■\ustiu 

Aurora Center 

Avuu 

Ayr 

Bancroft 

lianks 

Bass Lake 

Bear Creek 

Bear Grove 

Bear Valley 

Beaver 

Heaver Bay 

Bellefontame 

Belle Creek 

Hell Plain 

Bell Praire 

liellvillo 

Itenton 

Bergen 

Berlin 

Berne 

Big Lake 

B'g Spring 

Black Ouk Grove Olmsted 

Blair Brown 

Bloom ington Hennepin 

Blue Earth City Faribault 

Blue Grass Gro\e Le Sueur 

Brantford Sherburne 

Brassbiirg Fillmore 

Bristol I entre Fillmore 

Brownsville Houston 

Brunswick Kanabeck 

Buckeye Freeborn 

Ruflalo Wright 

Butternut Valley Blue E:irth 

Caledonia Houston 

Cambridge Isante 

Canfield Fillmore 

Cannon City Rice 

Cannon River Falls Goodhue 

Canton Mower 

Carimona Fillmoie 

Carver Carver 

Cassell Wright 

Castle Rock Dakota 

Cedar Lake Scott 

Centre Creek Anoka 

Chain Lake Center Martin 

Champlain Hennepin 

Chaska Carver 

Cbatfield Filln ore 

Chatham Wright 

Chengwatana Pine 

Cherry Glove Fillmore 

Cliippewa Cass 

Chisago City Chisago 

Chisago Lake Chisago 

Christiana Dakota 

Claremont Dodge 

Clark's Grove Freeborn 

Clayton Fairbault 

Clear Lake Sherburne 

Clear \\"ator Wright 

Cleveland Le Sueur 

Clinton Stearns 

Clinton Falls Steele 

Cobb River Blue Earth 

Cold Spring City Stearns 

Colfax Faribault 

Columbus Anoka 

Concord Doilga 

Cock's Valley Wabashaw 

Cooleysville Steele 

Corcoran Hennepin 

Cordova Lc Seuer 

Cottage Orove Washington 

Crisp's Store Blue Earth 

Crow Wing Crow Wing 

Crystal Lake Hennepin 

Daytiiu Hennepin 

Dean Lake Wright 

O.-dbain Houston 

Deer Creek Fillmore 

Doerh.ld Steele 

Dodge Citv 

Doolevville Scott 

Dover" 01n..«ird 

Drvden Sibley 

Dii'luth St.Loon 

Dunda« R ce 

Esst Castle Rock Dakota 

Kaat Chain Lake Alaitia 



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POST OFFICES — MISSISSIPPI, 



Po$t Office. 

Eiut Pr»iiit-Tillo 
Kilea I'ruiric 

Elba 

KlglD 

Kik Bircr 

Blliotui 
Kluiore 
Klwood 

KuipiiT City 
biitrrpnav 
Ktos 
Ellavillo 

Kxccliiar 
K>oui 

Fair Hnvcn 
KairDiouni 
Fair Toint 
F»ir View 
Farmiugtua 
Faribault 
Farm Hill 
FaxoD 
Fillmoro 
Florence 
Fuad dii Lao 
Forest City 
Forest Mound 
Forest ville 
Fort Riaguloy 
Fort Kipky 
Fort Sui'lling 
Fowleravillo 
Frankfort 
Frank II ill 
FrcetoTD 
Freeburi; 
Free Soil 
French Luke 
Fronteaac 
Garden City 
Geneva 
Georgctowa 
Glascow 
Glencoe 

Goodhue Center 
Gopher I'rairio 
GorJoiisville 
G ran by 
Grand Meadow 
Graoin-T 
Grant 
Grapeland 
Greenfield 
Green rillo 
Greenwood 
Gill I lord 

llader 

Kamilton 

Hamptun 

Ilarrisburg 

Hastings 

Uaven 

llay ward 

llazle Prairie 

Ilailewood 

Hebron 

Hector 

Helena 

Henderson 

HiRh Forrest 

Hichland 

Hillsboro' 

Hokuh 

Homer 

Houston 

Hutchinson 

Hyde Ciirk 

Ida 

Industriana 

Itasca 

Jacksonville 

J.ickeon 

Janesvillc 

JeRersou 

Judson 

Kslisch 

Kandotta 

Kasota 

KelM 

Kennebec 

Ken.'ju 

Kilkenny 

Kingiton 

LaCre»cent 

Lafayi-ttc 

Lake City 

Lake llurrold 

Lake L»nd 

Lake Tow a 



Counlj/ 
Ri 



Poet O/fiee. 



Lakcville 

Hennepin | Luke Wiisliington 
W iuonii : Lamoille 
Lnuuxburg 
Lau;.'ola 
Luiisiug 
Leavenworth 
L:i Villa 
Lei^hton 
Lciuond 
Letttira 



Wabiishaw 

Sherburne 

Doil^e 

Fillmore 

Faribault 

Steele 

Lo Sueur 

Dakota 

Winoiiu 

Fillmore 

Faribault 

Hennepin 

O uisled 

Stearns 

Jl.irtiu 

G.ioiihue 

Fillmore 

Dakota 

Kiee 

Olmsteil 

Sil.lev 

FilliiioiV- 

(iooiUiue 

St LiHiis 

Jleeker 

V\'al>ashaw 

Fillmore 

I'ieiee 

Todd 

Dakota 

Riw 

Mo«er 

\Viu..i.a 

Frtel.uiu 

lUtufUm 

Fillmore 

\Vri|ilil 

Goudluiu 

BliioKarth 

Freeborn 

lreckeuridj;e 

VVabasliaw 

JleLeod 

Goodhue 

Wahashaw 

Freebuni 

Niuul.ji 

Mower 

Fillmore 

Olmsted 

Faribault 

OliusteaU 

Waliail.aw 

Heniiu])iii 

Freel.urn 

(J.,uUhue 

Fill nunc 

Dakota 

Dakota 

Kiee 

Freeborn 

Fillmore 

K.ee 

Nieolrl 

D..,i-e 

.Si. lit 

Siiilv 

Olmatead 

Fillmuie 

Martin 

Houston 

Wiuuna 

lloiistuu 

MeLeod 

Wabashaw 

Fillmore 

Heune|.iu 

lien ton 

Wabashaw 

Jaek.soii 

Waseka 

Winona 

Blue Karth 

Stearns 

Stearns 

Le Sueor 

Siblcv 

Stearns 

(ioodhue 

Lc Sueur 

Meeker 

Houston 

Nieolet 

Wabashaw 

Meeker 

Washington 

Carver 



Le Koy 

Le Sueur 

Le Sueur City 

Lewiston 

Lexington 

Liberty 

Lilly I'oud 

Lima 

Lincoln 

LiMle Canada 

Little Palls 

Little Valley 

Looking G\a.si 

LiioueyviUe 

LiTctte 

Ly.lia 

Lyle 

Lvon 

M'adelia 

Madison 

Maine Prairie 

Mananah 

Maukato 

iNlanomln 

Jlantouville 

Maple (ileu 

>laple Lake 

Maple Plain 

Mapleton 

Marine Mills 

Marion 

Marysburg 

Mazeppa 

Med ford 

Melrose 

Mendota 

]\Ieridin 

Merton 
Middle Branch 

Middlesville 

Middle Lake 
Millers uurg 

51 ikon 

Mineral Springs 

Minneapolis 

Mnincnla 

Minaeska 

Minnesota City 

Minnesota Lake 

Minnetrista 

Money Creek 

Monticello 

Montrose 

Mo'ier's Prairie 

Morris tow a 

Moscow 

Mo.int Pleasant 

Mount Vernon 

MoweiCity 

Muskootiuk 

Neeuah 

Nevada 

New Auburn 

New Boston 

Newburg 

New Dublin 

New HarLt'ord 

New Haven 

New Munich 

Newport 

New Ulm 

Nieolet 

Niningor 

Northtield 

North Warreu 

Norway 

Nuuda 

Oakdale 

Oak (Jlen 

Oak drove 

Oak Ridge 

Oberlie's Corners 

Odessa 

Ok am an 

Old Abo 

Oneola 

Oral 

Orlando 

Oronoco 



County. 

Dakota 

Lc Sueur 

Winona 

LeSueur 

Benton 

Mower 

Brown 

Houston 

Hennepin 

Steele 

Fillmore 

Hennepin 

Mower 

Dakota 

Le Sueur 

Dakota 

Le Sueur 

Bh.c Kartli 

W rigl.t 

Houston 

Wabashaw 

Ramsey 

Morrison 

Olmsted 

Fillmoie 

Houston 

Scott 

Mower 

Wabasliaw 

Brown 

Mower 

Stearns 

Meeker 

Blue Earth 

Manomin 

Dodge 

Scott 

AV right 

Hennepin 

Blue Earth 

Washington 

Oluisteau 

Le Sueur 

Wabashaw 

Steele 

Stearns 

Dakota 

Steele 

Steele 

Chisago 

Wright 

Nicollet 

Rice 

Dodge 

Mower 

Hennepin 

Gooilluie 

W^abashaw 

Winona 

Faribault 

Hen nepin 

Houston 

AVrigiit 

Wright 

Wright 

Rice 

Freeborn 

Wabashaw 



Post Office. 

Osakis 

OS 



eo 



Othello 
Otisco 
Ottawa 
Owatanna 
Oxford 
I'awaelin 
Paynesville 
Pooler's (irove 
V \f\\ wick 
P;iot Mound 
Pine Bend 
Pine Island 
Plainview 
Plato 

Pleasant Grove 
Pleasant Mound 
Point Douglass 
Prairie 
I'rescott 
Preston 
Princetou 
(^uiney 
Haven Stream 
lied Wing 
Redh.ia 
Redwood Falls 
Reed's Lauding 
Riceford 
Rice Lake 
Richfield 
Riehlaud 
Richmond 
Rich Valley 
Ridgewav 
River Point 
Rochester 
Rock Dell 
Rockford 
Rocky Run 
RoekviUe 
Rolling Sione 
Root River 
Ro-5Coe 

Roscoe Centre 
Rosemount 
Rashiord 
Rushcbv 

St. Anthony's Fall 
St. Augusta 
St. Bonuefacius 
St Charles 
St. Cloud 
St. Francis 
St. Lawrence 
St. Mary's 
St. Paul 
St. Peter 
Salem 
Sand Creek 
San Jacinto 
Saratoga 
Sauk Center 
Sauk Rapids 
Scandia 
Shakoiiee 
Shelbyville 
Sheldon 
Shell Rock 
Sherwood 
Shieldsville 
Silver Creek 
Smithfield 
South Beud 
South Hampton 
South Plymouth 
South Troy 
Spencer 
Spencer Brook 
Spring Creek 
Spring Grove 
Spring Valley 
Stanton 
State Line 
Steele Center 
Sterling 
Stewartvillo 
I water 



County. 

Todd 
Hennepin 
Olmsted 
AVaseka 
Le Sueur 
Steele 
Isanti 
Wabashaw 
Stearns 
Waseka 
W^iuona 
Fillmore 
Dakota 
Goodhue 
Wabashaw 
MoLeod 
Olmstead 
Blue Eanh 
Wa-ihington 
Mower 
Faribault 
Fillmore 
Benton 
Olmstead 
Scoti 
Goodhue 
Carver 
Redwood 
Wabashaw 
Houston 
Dodge 
Hennepin 
Fillmore 
Winona 
Dakota 
Winone 
Steele 
Olmstead 



Post Offict. 



County. 



Mower 
CI 

Stfarns 

Meeker 

Mower 

Sibley 

Winona 

Fillmore 

Scott 

Winona 

Olmstead 

Stearns 

Washington 

Brown 

Nieolet 

Dakota 

Rice 

Winona 

GondliueSt 

Freeborn ^ Stockton 

Washington j Sumner 

Sttele I Sunrise City 
Ramsey ' Swan City 
Winona Swan Lake 
Carver Swan River 
Fillmore Swausey 
Waseka Tamaraclt 
Wabashaw Taylor's Falls 
Saint Louis Teniiassen 
Le Sueur Tivoli 
Sherburne Torah 
Olmstead i Traverse des Sioux 



Wright 

McLeod 

Stearns 

Winona 

Mower 

Goodhue 

Gooriinie 

Dakota 

Fillmore 

Chisago 

i Hennepin 

Stearns 

Hennepin 

W i noiia 

Stearns 

Anoka 

Scott 

Waseka 

Ramsey 

Nieolet 

Olmstead 

Seott 

Houston 

Winona 

Stearns 

Benton 

Carver 

Scott 

Blue Earth 

Houston 

Freeborn 

Winona 

Rice 

Wrip-ht 

Wabashaw 

Blue Earth 

Dakota 

Hennepin 

Wabashaw 

Goodhue 

Isanti 

Goodhue 

Houston 

Fillmore 

Goodhu 

Freeborn 

Steele 

Blue Earth 

Olmstead 

Washington 

Winona 

Freeborn 

Chisago 

Nieolet 

Faribault 

Morrison 

Steele 

Hennepin 

Washington 

Martin 

Blue Earth 

Stearns 

Nicol.'t 



Trenton 

Troy 

Twin Grove 

Twin Lakes 

Union 

Union Centre 

Union Lakes 

Union Spring 

U tica 

Vernon Centre 

Verona 

Viola 

Vivian 

Wabashaw 

Waeonift 

Wacoota 

VValcott 

Walnut Lake 

Wanamiuga 

VVarren 

Warsaw 

W\a3hington 

Wasioja 

Waste'do 

Watah 

Waterford 

Watertowu 

Waterville 

Watonwan 

Wautopa 

Waveily 

West Albany 

West Newton 

West St. Augustine 

West Saint Paul 

Wheatland 

White Bear Lake 

White Water Falls 

Willow Creek 

W ilmiugton 

Wilton 



Freeborn 
Winona 

Carlton 

Houston 

Le Sneur 

Rice 

Dodge 

Winona 

Blue Earth 

Faribault 

Olmsted 

Waseka 

Wabasliaw 

Carver 

Goodhue 

Riee 

Faribault 

Goodhue 

Winona 

Rico 

Fillmore 

Dodge 

^Goodhue 

Benton 

Dakota 

Carver 

Le Sueur 

Blue Earth 

Wabashaw 

Blue Earth 

Wabashaw 

Nieolet 

Stearns 

Dakota 

Le Sueur 

Ramsey 

W i uona 

Blue Earth 

Houston 

Waseka 

Windom Fillmore 

Winnebago Agency Blue Earth 



Winnebago City 

Winnebago Valley 

Winona 

Wiscoy 

Witoka 

Woodland 

Worth 

Wyattville 

Wyoming 

Yankee Ridge 

Young America 

Y'ucatan 

Zellinger 

/umbro 

Zumbrota 



Faribault 
Houston 
Winona 
Winona 

W^abashaw 
Winoua 

Chisago 

Olmsted 

Carver 

Hoostou 

Wright 

Olmstead 

Goodhue 



Post Office. 


County. 


Abbeville 


Lafavette 


Aberdeen 


lluuroo 


Adamsville 


(Jreeiia 


Acona 


Hoinics 


Air Mount 


Yalabuslia 


Alamucha 


Laudevunle 


Amerieus 


Jackson 


Arcabutla 


■*D,- Soto 


Armitago 


N. Xi.l.ee 


Artesia 


Lown.l'S 


Ascalmore 


Tal!ah:>t,ime 


Ash Creek 


Oktibbeha 


Ashfordsville 


Winston 


Ashland 


Jlonroe 


Athens 




Attalaville 


Attala 


Auburn 


Hinds 


Augusta 


Perry 


Austin Court House "'uniea 


Australia 


Bolivar 


Bahala 


Copah 


Baldwyn 


Itawamba 


Bankston 


Choctaw 


Banner 


Calhoun 


Barksdale 


Winston 


Barnes' Store 


Tishemingo 


Batesville 


Panola 


Battlefield 


Newton 


Bay Springs 


Tishemingo 


Beaver Dam 


Clark 


Bellefontaine 


Choctaw 


Benela 


Chickasaw 


Benton 


Yazoo 


Bethesda 


Warren 


Retlehem 


Jlavshall 


Beulah 


Bolivar 



POST OFFICES — MISSISSIPPI. 



31 



Post Office. 

Bigbee Valley 

Bigby Fork 

BigCi-eek 

Big Oak 

Biloxie 

Birmingham 

Black Hawk 

Black Land 

Black Water 

Black Wells 

Bluff Spring 

Bogiie Chitto 

Bolands 

BoHvar 

Bolivar C. H. 

Bolton's Depot 

Bone Yard 

Bovina 

Bonneville 

Bowlingreen 

Brandon 

Brickley 

Bridgeport 

Brook Haven 

Brookville 

Brownsville 

Biicatlinna 

Buck Creek 

Buck Horn 

Bueua Vista 

Buffalo 

Buckley'3 

Buiicomb 

Bunker Hill 

Burkittsville 

Burnsville 

Burtouia 

Burton's 

Burtonton 

Buttahatchie 

Byhalia 

Byuum's Creek 

Byrain 

Bywyah 

Caderata 

Cairo 

Caledonia 

Calhoun 

Calvert's Store 

Camargo 

Camdeu 

Campbellton 

Canaan 

Oantnn 

Cardiff 

Carlile's Mills 

Carolina 

Cai-olina Landing 

CarolUon 

Carson's Landing 

OartersvlUe 

Carthage 
C^asevville 

CasWell 

Cato 

Cayuga 

Cedar Bluff 

Central Academy 

Center 

Center Ilill 

Centerville 

Ceralvo 

Charleston 

Chawata 

Cherry Creek 

Cherry Hill 

Chesterville 

Chickasaw Mills 

China Grove 

Choeehama 

Choctaw Accency 

Choctaw Ridge 

Chulahoma 

Chunkeyville 

Church'HiU 

Claiborne 

Clay sv ilia 

Clinton 

Cockrum 

Cotradeliah 

Ooffeeville 

Cold Spring 

Cold Water 

College UiU 

Cle's Creek 

Columbia 

C iluuilius 

C'^mo Depot 

C 'ocord 

Coucordia 

Oouebatta 

Conerly's 



County. 

Noxubee 

Itawamba 

Yalabusha 

Kemper 

Harrison 

Pontotoc 

Carroll 

Tishemingo 

Kemper 

Choctaw 

Attala 

Pike 

Itawamba 

Bolivar 

Bolivar 

Hinds 

Tishemingo 

Warren 

Tishemingo 

Holmes 

Rankin 

Jackson 

Simpson 

Lawrence 

Noxubee 

Hinds 

Wayne 

Green 

Winston 

Chickasaw 

Wilkinson 

Jasper 

Pontotoc 

Smith 

Attala 

Tishemingo 

Washington 

Tishemingii 

Capihii 

Mourie 

Marshall 

Panola 

Hinas 

Choctaw 

Tishemingo 

Lowndes 

Meuroe 

Kempei 

Monroe 

Madison 

Itawamba 

Tippah 

JIadison 

Warren 

Pt-rrv 

Tishemingo 

Washinirton 

Carroll 

Bolivar 

Tishemingo 

Leake 

Copiah 

LaT'ayette 

Rankin 

Hinds 

Oktibbeha 

Panola 

Attala 

De So Ml 

Amite 

Carroll 

Tallahatchee 

Pike 

Pontotoc 

Calhoun 

Pontotoc 

Chickasaw 

Pike 

Tallahatchee 

Oktibbeha 

Choctaw 

Marshall 

Lauderdal 



Post Office. 

Conway 

Cooksville 

Coonewar 

Cooper's Well 

Coopwood 

CornersviUe 

I'orinth 

Corona 

Cotton Gin Port 

Cotton Plant 

Coanty Line 

Cow Creek 

Crawfordsville 

Cross Ridge 

Crystal Springs 

Cuba 

Cammingsvills 

Daleville 

Dallas ^\ 

Dal ton -^-^ 

Damascus 

D ineviUe 

Danville 

DavisvUle 

Deasonville 

Decatur 

Deer Creak 

De Kal 

Delav 

Delta. 

De goto 

De Soto Front 

Dido 

Dixon 

Doolittle Station 

Dov-^r 

Double Springs 

Dry Creek 

Dry Grove 

[Ivy Run 

Dock Hill 

Pvbliu 

Dumas 

Dumbarton 

Da rant 

i'jarly Grove 

ICastport 

libene^r 

L'Mg.'tield 

bldinburg 

Kd ward's Depot 

E,-g3 Point 

Ivgypt 

Elder's Ferry 

KlMott 

Mllistown 

Ellisville 

film Grove 

Wmory 

K uergy 

KnoQ 

Enterprise 

lioUa 

Krata 

Erin 

Etchoma 

Eucutta 

ICaaora 

Eulogy 

Eureka 

Evergreen 

Fair River 

Fairmouut 

Fame 



Farnuugtou 
Faj'ette 

Fearn's Springs 
Fb wellen's ><; Roads 
Flint Creek 
Flower's Place 
Fords viUe 
Forest 
Fort Adams 
Jefferson j Fort Stephen'u 
Jasper 1 Fredonia 
Tippah ' French Camp 
Hinds ' Friar's Point 
De Soto , Friendship 
Neshoba Fulton 
Yalabusha; Gainsville 
Wilkinson Gallatin 
Marshall j Garlandville 
Lafayette Garner's Station 
Yalabusha (iarvin's Ferry 
Marion | Gateivood 
Lowndes | Georgetown 

Panola j Gerenton 
Calhoun i Gholson 
Bolivar! Glencoe 
Newton Goodman 

Pike 1 Goshen Springs 



County. 

Leake 

Noxubee 

'Pontotoc 

Hinds 

Winston 

Marshall 

Tishemin-o 

Pontotoc 

Monroe 

Tappah 

Newton 

Kemper 

Lowndes 

Tishemingo 

Copiah 

Attain 

Itawamb; 

Lauderdal 

Lafayette 

Cliicasaw 

Scott 

Tishemingo 

Jasper 

Yazoo 

Newton 

Issaquena 

Kemper 

Lafayette 

Clark 

De Soto 

Choctaw 

Neshoba 

Newton 

Yazoo 

Oktibbeha 

Covington 

Hinds 

Tishemingo 

Carroll 

Choctaw 

Tippah 

Issaquena 

Holmes 

Marshall 

Tishemingo 

Hoi me; 

Attala 

Leake 

Hinds 

Washington 

Chickasaw 

Jackson 

Carroll 

Pontotoc 

Jones 

De Soto 

Holmes 

Clark 

Pervv 

Clark 

Tallahatchee 

Jones 

Calhoun 

Jasper 

Wayne 

De Soto 

Holmes 

Panola 

Newton 

Lawrence 

Smith 

Choctaw 

Rankin 

Tishemingo 

Jeffcrso'n 

Winston 

De Soto 

Harrison 

Smith 

Marion 

Scott 

Wilkinson 

Kemper 

Pontotoc 

Choctaw 

Coahoma 

Franklin 

Itawamba 

Hancock 

Copiah 

Jasper 

Yalabusha 

Sun Flower 

Yalabusha 



Post Office. 

Grand Gulf 

Grays port 

Grenada 

Greeuleaf 

(ireen Plains 

Greensboroucrh 

Greenville " 

Greenwood 

Good Hope 

Habolochitto 

Hamburg 

Hamilton 

Handsboro' 

Harrisville 

Hay's Creek 

Hazle Green 

Hazlehurst 

Herbert 

Hernando 

Hickory 

Hickory Flat 

Hickory Plains 

High Hill 

Highland 

Hills Bluff 

HilLsboio' 

Hohenli.iden 

Holly Retreat 

Holly Springs 

Holmesville 

Hi.lt 

Homewood 

llomochitto 

Hope Hill 

Hopewell 

Hcipewell Church 

llopson's 

Horn Lake 

Houlka 

Houston 

Hudsonville 

Huntsville 

Hurricane 

liigraham 

Irene 

luka 

Jacinto 

Jackson 

Jackson's Point 

Jaynesville 

Jefferson 

Jonesboro' 

Jones' Mills 

Keel Boat 

Kellis' Store 

Kilmichael 

Kingston 

Kirkwood 

Knoxville 

Kosciusko 



County. 

Claiborne 
Yalabusha 

De Soto 

Chickasaw 

Choctaw 

Washington 

Carroll 

Leake 

Hancock 

Franklin 

Monroe 

Harrison 

Simpson 

Carroll 

Tishemin',''o 

Copiah 

Neshoba 

De Soto 

Newton 

Tippah 

Tishemingo 

Leake 

Tishemingti 

Neshoba 

Scott 

Chickasaw 

Wilkinson 

Marshall 

Pike 

Jasper 

Scott 

Franklin 

Pike 

Chickasaw 

Wilkinson 

Coahoma 

De Soto 

Chickasaw 

Marshall 

Choctaw 

Warren 

Tippah 
Tishemingo 

Hinds 

Adams 

Covington 

Carroll 

Tippab 

Yalabusha 

Panola 

Kemper 

Choctaw 

Adams 

Madison 



Post Offii-e. 



County. 



Marion Station Lauderdals 
JIarkWell Lau.terdalo 

Mashulaville Noxubee 

Jlayhew's Station Lowndes 
•Aleadville Franklin 

Meridian Lauderdale 

Middlecon Carroll 

-Miles' Landing Bolivar 

Milldale Warren 

Mississippi City Harrison 

Mitchell's t^ Roads 

Tallahatchie 



Molino 
Monroe 
Monterey 
Monte Vista 
Monti cello 
Montpelier 
Montrose 
Moody 
Moorville 
Jlorton 
i\Iount Rayou 
Mount Carmel 
JlountUope 
Mount Nebo 
Mount Olive 
Jlount Vista 
Mount Zion 
Xatchez 

Neshoba Springs 
New Albany 
New Dublin 
New Ireland 
New Prospect 
Newtonia 

lie 



Tippah 

Perry 

Rankin 

Choctaw 

Lawrence 

Chiekasaw 

Jasper 

Marshall 

Itawamba 

Scott 

Sun Flower 

Covington 

Copiah 

Yalabusha 

Covington 

D^ Soto 

Simpson 

Adan 3 

Neshoba 

Pontotoc 

Siiiipsen 

Newton 

Wmston 

Wilkinson 

Attala 



North Mount Pleasant 

Marshall 
Noxapater 
Oak Farm 
Oak Grove 
Oakland 
Oakland College 
)akley 



Oakohay 

Oak Vale 

Owean Springs 

Okolona 

Old Hickory 

Old Town Creek 

Olive Branch 

Orizaba 

Osyka 

Owen ton 

Oxford 

Ozark 

Palmetto 



Kossuth Tishemingo 

Laccy Holmes 

Lafayette Springs Lafayette 
Lake Scott 

Lake Como Jasper 

Lake Washington Washington 
Lamar Marshall 

Last Chance Carroll 

Lauderdale Station Lauderdale 
Laurel Hill Nesho'a 

LeakesviUe Greene 

Lebanon Tippal. 

Led^.re Carroll 

Lexington C. H. Holmes 

Liberty Amite 



Franklin Palo A' to 
Attala Panola 



Liberty Hill 

Lightvllle 

Linden 

Line Cree'i 

Line Store 

Little Black 

Lit !e Spring 

Livingston 

Lobateher 

Looy.ahoma 

Lodi 

Long Branch 

Long. 



La F 



ite 



Jla 



ok ilena 
Louisville 
Ludlow 

McCall'3 Creek 
McLean's Store 
JIcLe.id'3 
McN.itt 
Mackesville 
Copiah ! Macon 
Carroll I Madison Station 
Noxubee 1 .Magnolia 
Bolivar Maple Springs 
Holmes Marietta 
Rankin I Marion 



Copiah 

Oktibbeha 

Copiah 

Choctaw 

Franklin 

Madison 

Winston 

De Solo 

Choctaw 

Oktibbeha 

Panola 

Lauderdale 

Winston 

Scott 

Franklin 

Tippah 

Greene 

Sun Flower 

Clark 

Noxubee 

Madison 

Pik 



Paris 

Parkerville 
Pascagoula 
Pass Christian 
Paoldin-C. H 
Peach Creek 
Pearl River 
Pearl Valley 
Peden 
Pensacola 
Percy's Creek 
Philipelpiiia 
PhoMiix .Mills 
Pickens' Staiioi 
Pierce Springs 
I'igeon Koost 
Pine HI a II 
Pine (I'rove 
I'inc Ridge 
Pine Valley 
Pineville 
I'innellville 
Pittsborough 
Plaltsburg 



Pla 



ille 



Pleasant Hill 



Pie 



at Mo 



Winston 

Itawainl a 

Marshall 

Yalabusha 

Claiborne 

Choctaw 

Covington 

Lawrence 

Jackson 

Chickasaw 

Simpson 

Poutotoo 

De Soto 

Tippah 

Pike 

Jones 

Lafayette 

Itawamba 

Pontotoo 

Chickasaw 

Panola 

Lafayette 

Noxubee 

Jackson 

Harrison 

Jasper 

Panola 

Copiah 

Neshoba 

Kemper 

Leake 

Wilkinson 

Neshoba 

Attala 

Holmes 

Clark 

ClUK-tttW 

Copiah 

Tip|;.ah 

Copiah 

Yalabusha 

Smith 

Jones 

Calhoun 

Winston 

Itawamba 

De Soto 

Panola 

Tippah 

Kemper 

Itawamba 



Pleasant Ridgo 
Pleasant Springs 
Pleasanton 
Point Wortliington 

Washington 

P.dkville Smith 

Pontocola Pontotoc 
l'ontot.,0 

Pope's Depot Panola 

P.pplnr Creek Choctaw 

Poplar Spring Pontotoo 

i'cirt Gibson Claiborne 

Lafayette I Post Oak Yalabusha 

Itawamba Prairie Line Jasi er 

Lauderdale I Prairie Point Noxubee 



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POST OFFICES MISSOURI, 



Vuil Oft-r. County. 

Prniric Station Monroe 

Prontiss nulivar 

Pi'uston Yiilaluslia 

Pricuville Uawamlia 

Princ.ton 'WashiiiKtoii 

Providence Carroll 

QiifBn'3 Hill lli>"ls 

Qiiincy Sl.iuroc 

Quitman (.'Ink 

Raleich Si'nth 

RunJall's nUilt Winsmn 

Ranilolpii I>,.u!..t,.c 

KawsonviUe LauJenlalL' 

RavinonJ Hinds 

R;.d Uad KiiniKT 

Red Laud Pontotoc 

Relief Holmes 

Rescue Ilarriscm 

Ricev Ho Hancock 

Richland }Iolmus 

Riolimoud Itawanilm 

Kienji TisluMuiu;; 

Rio K.-m|H' 

Riploy Tippa 

Robinia I'aii'l 
Ri)lison's Landing Co.ilioni 

Rockport C.ijiia 

Rockv Ford Puntctn 

Rocky Hill M;irn)i 

Rocky Mount Kcmpir 

Rocky Point Attala 

R.ii-ky Spring Claiborne 

Rodney Jefferson 

Rome Winston 

Rosnle5 Harrison 

Rose Dale Bolivar 

Rnckersville Tippah 

Rushing's Store Lauderdale 

Rvan's Well Itawamba 

Sa;eville LuudrlaU- 

Salem Tipp.ili 

Saltillo Uawamlia 

Saunder's Cr^ek Simpsmi 

Sandifer's Mills Copiah 

Sautce Covington 

Sardis Panada 

Sarepta Callionu 

Satartia V^i/.u,! 

Scales Marshall 

Soooha Kemper 

Sebastopol Scott 

Sonatahl^ba De Soto 

Shady Orove J isper 

Sharon Madison 

SheU.v Creek Tippah 

Shell ^lonnd Sun Flower 

Sherman Hill Scott 

Shieldsboro' Hancock 

Shoobota Clark 

Short Branch Calhoun 

ShufordsviUe Coahoma 

Shuriualak Noxubee 

Sidon Carroll 

Siloam Oktibbeha 

Silver Springs Tippah 

Singleton Winston 
Skipwith's Landing Isa'inena 

Slate Spring Calhoun 



Smithdale 

Smith's Mills 

Smith's Store 

SmithsviUe 

Snow Creek 

Sparta 

Spliins 

Spring Cottage 

Spring Dale 

Springpiirt 

Spring Rid;;e 

Spring Valley 

Standinc Pine 

Star Pace 

Stark villo 

State Line Station 

St&teland 

Steam Mill 

Steelville 

Stoen's Creek 

Sucarnoehee 

Sulphur Springs 

Summit 

Sunflower Landing 

S wan Lake 

Ticahiche 

Talib.'u.da 

Tallahala 

Tallaloosa 

Tall ilah 

Tamp'co 

Tardvvilla 

Tiylor's Depot 

T<iy lord villa 



Amite 

Carroll 

Jones 

Monroe 

Marshall 

Chickasaw 

Monroe 

Marion 

Lal'avotte 

PanuK, 

Hinds 

Choctaw 

Leake 

Panola 

Oktibbeha 

Wavne 

Choctaw 

Oktibbeha 

Rankin 

Keinpcr 

Madison 

Pike 

Coahoma 

Marshall 

Pontotoc 

Hinds 

Marshall 

l8sa<iuena 

Oktibbeha 

Pontotoc 

Lafayette 

Smith 



Post Office. 

Tehula 

Temperance Hill 

Teoc 

Terry 

Thomastown 

Tibby Station 

Tiro 

Toccopola 

Toliind's Depot 

Torrance 

Tremout 

Trenton 

Tripoli 

Troy 

Try Again 

Tunica 

Tupelo 

Turkland 

Tarnersville 

Tuscahoraa 

Twistwood 

Union 

Union Church 

Union Mills 

Utiea 

Valley Hill 

Van ituren 

Vaiden 



> Station 



Vaoe;lni 

\ ernal 

Vernon 

Verona 

Veto 

Vicksburg 

Vinton 

Wahalack 

VVahalack Station 

Wake Robin 

iVallersville 

Vail Hill 

Wall's Store 

\Valnut Grove 

Warrenton 

iVashin;;ton 

VVaterfcird 

Water Valley 

Watson 

Wavnesboro' 

Wei.ster 

Wenona 

West Pascagoula 

West Point 

West's Station 

VVestville 

Whitefleld 

White Land 

Wilcox 

Williamsburg 

Winchester 

Winona 

Woodlawn 

Woodville 

Wyatt 

Vazoo City 

Yoeony 

Zero 

Zion Hill 

Zion Seminary 



County. 

Holmes 

Monroe 

Carroll 

Hinds 

Leake 

Lowndes 

Marshall 

Pontotoc 

Lovvndes 

Yalabusha 

Itawamba 

Smith 

Tishemingo 

Yalabusha 

Perrv 

Tunica 

Itawamba 

Pontotoc 

Jasper 

Tallahatchee 

Jasper 

Newton 

Jefferson 

Tippah 

Hinds 

Carroll 

Itawauiba 

Carroll 



Green 

Madison 
Itawamba 
Franklin 
Warren 
Lowndes 
Kemper 

Rankin 

Pontotoc 

Marshall 

A m i te 

Leake 

Warre n 

Adams 

Slarshall 

Y''alabusha 

Marshall 

Wayne 

Winston 

Carroll 

Jackson 

Lowndes 

Holmes 

Simpson 

Oktibbeha 

Lawrence 

Choctaw 

Covin'j:ton 

Wayne 

Carroll 

Itawamba 

Wilkinson 

Lafavette 

S'szoo 

Itawamba 

Lauderdale 

Amite 

Covington 



Po«t Office. 

Acorn Ridge 

Aeasto 

Akron 

Alainodo 

Alba 

Albany 

Alanthus Grove 

Alemath 

Alexander's Jlills 

Ali;xandria 

Allen 

Allendale 

Allenton 

Alma 

Aim da 

Alpha 

Altenburg 

Alton C. H. 

Amazonia 

Appleton 

Arator 

Arbela 

Argo 

Arno 

Arrow Rook 

Ashburn 



Cape 



County. 

Stoddard 

Clarke 

Karri -ion 

Reynolds 

.t as per 

Gentry 

Ozark 
Hen ton 

Clarke 

Randolph 

Gentry 

St, Louis 

Wright 

Newton 

Grundy 

Perry 

Oregon 

Anilrew 

Girardeau 

Pettis 

Scotland 

Crawford 

Taney 

Saline 

Pike 



Post Office. 

Asli Grove 

Ashland 

Ashley 

Ashton 

Astoria 

Athens 

Atlanta 

A uburn 

Augusta 

Austin 

Avery 

Avilla 



St 



^# 



Ayessvillo 

Had en 

Bailey's Creek 

Uairdstown 

Baker's GroTi 

Barnesville 

Barret's Station 

Barry 

Basin Knob 

Ban ft' 

Bay 

Bear Creek 

Bear Creek Statioiv 

Beaufort 

Reaver Spring 

Bedford 

Bcece 

Bee Hive 

Bee Kidge 

Belew's Creek 

Bell Air 

Belleiuonte 

BellioKsvilla 

Belle View 

Bern 

Benton 

Berger 

Berming 

Bessville 

Bethany C. H. 

Bethel 

Beth page 

Bible Grove 

Big Tavern 

HisT Cedar 

Big Creek 

Big River Mills 

Big Spring 

Hilliipsville 

Birch Tree 

Bird's Point 

Bishop's Store 



Blackwell' 

Blair's Creek 
Bledsoe 
Bloomheld 
Bloom Garden 
Blooming Rose 
Bloomington 
Blue Ridge 
Blnfl 

Blue Spring 
BIythevilld 
Boeuf Creek 
Bolivar 
•Bolton 



County. 

Greene 

Bo(jne 

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 

Jftckson 

Johnson 

St. Francis 

IHont:romery 

Scotland 

Oregon 

Mississippi 

Benton 



St. Francis 

Shannon 

Hickory 

Stoddard 

Jfaries 

Texas 

Macon 

Harrison 

Texas 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Franklin 

Polk 

Harrison 

Clarke 

St. Louis 

Osage 

Franklin 

Howard 

Cooper 

Linn 

Crawford 

Greene 

Lawrence 

Pi lie 

Callaway 

Washington 

Benton 

Brandt's Rock Springs 

Warren 

Bntler 

Cole 

Caldwell 



Bonhomme 

Bonnot's 

Boone 

Boone's Lick 

Booneville 

Bottsvilla 

Bourbon 

Bowdark 

Bower's Mills 

Bowling (treen 

Boydsvillo 

Bover 

Boyler's Mill 



Brannansburg 

Brazito 

Breckinridge 

Bridgeport 

Bridgeton 

Brighton 

Bristol 

Brookfield 

Brookvillo 

B ro w n 

Brownsville 

Brunot 

Brunswick 

Brush Creek 

Bryan 



Cooper 

St. Louis 

Polk 

Webstir 

Linn 

Miirion 

Cedar 

Saline 

Wayne 

Charlton 

Laclede 

Saline 



Post Office.. 



County, 



Buchanan Bollinger 

Bucklin Liiui 

Buck Snort Christian 

Buffalo Dallas 

Bull Mills Tane;» 

Bunker Hill Lewis 

Bnrbois Franklin 

Bntler O.K. Bates 

Buttsville Grundy 

Bynumville Chariton 

Byron Mavies 

Cadet Washington 

Cahoka Clarke 

Ciinesville Harrison 

Cairo Randolph 

Caledonia Washington 

Oalhoutt Henry 

California Moniteau 

Callao Macon 

Calvy Franklin 

Cambridge Salina 

Camden Ray 

Camden Point Platte 

Cameron Clinton 

Campbelton Franklin 

Canaan Gasconade 

Caue Creek Butler 

Cane Hill Cedar 

Canton Lewis 

Cap Au Sris Lincoln 
CapeGirardcau CapeGirardeau 

Capp'3 Creek Newton 

Carbon JIacon 

Carlisle Texas 

Carondelet St. Louis 

Carpenter's Store Clinton 

Carrollton Carroll 

Carthage Jasper 

Caruthersvillt Pemiscot 

Castle Rook Osage 

Cassville Barry 

Casto-r Bollinger 

Casto Valley Texas 

Oatawissa Franklin 

Cause Prairie Cass 

Cave Pump Camden 

Cave Spring Wright 

Cedar lUnff Texas 

Cedar (Veek Newton 

Cedar Fork Franklin 

Central St. Louis 

Ceutralia Boone 

Center Texas 

Center Grove Atchison 

Centerville Reynolds 

Chalk Level St. Clair 

Chamberaburg Clark 

Chamois Osago 

Chanev BMa 

Chantilly Linco^ln 

Chapel Howell 

Chapel Hill Lafayette 

Chariton Mills Putnam 

Charleston Mississippi 

Cheltenham St. Louis 

Cherry Camden 

Cherry Box Shelby 

Cherry Grov.e ScnuyJer 

Chesapeake Lawrence 
ChesBut Ridge St. Genevieve 

Chilhowee Johnson 

ChiUicothe Livingston 

Clarence- Shelby 

Clarksburg Moniteau 

CI ark ""s Fork Cooper 

Clarksville Pike 

Clay Hill Barry 

Cla'ysviHe Booiia 

Cleavesville Gasconade 

Clifty Dale Mavies 

(tlinton Henry 

Cloverdale Benton 

Coal Bank Cooper 

Coal Hill Bocne 
Cogswell's Landing Jackson 

Cold Neck Cooper 

Cold Springs Moniteau 

Cold Water Wayne 

Cole Camp Benton 

College Mound Macon 

Colony Knox 

Columbia Boone 

Columbus Johnson 

Commerce Scott 

Competition Laclede 

Concord Callaway 

Conner's Mills Cooper 

Cooke's Store Lafayette 

Coon Creek Jasper 

Cooper's Hill Osage 

Coplinger'8 Mills Cedar 

Copper Spring Douglass 



POST OFFICES MISSOURI. 



Post Office. 



County. 

Johnson 
Hickory 

Callaway 

St. Charles 

Pemiscot 

Bates 

Saline 

Douglass 

Ray 

Green 



Cornelia 

Coruersville 
Cote Sans Dessien 
OottleTiUe 
Cottonwood Point 
Cove Creek 
Cow Cr.-ek 
Cow Skin 
Crab Orchard 
Crab Tree 

Crawford Seminary Quawpaw 
Creve C«iir St. Louis 

Daviess 
Bates 
Dallas 
St. Fraacis 
Crawford 
Lincoln 
Stone 
Scott 
Hickory 
Dade 
Greene 
Montgomery 
Randolph 
Livingston 
Cass 
Pulaski 
Camden 
Henry 
Vernon 
Lewis 
Buchanan 
Deut 
St. Francis 
Barton 
St. Louis 
Carroll 
Jasper 
Livingston 
Crawford 
Morgan 
Ripley 
Gentry 
Lafaj-ette 
Pettis 
Crawford 
Jasper 
Laclede 
Ripley 
Varuon 
Buchanan 
Franklin 
Lawrence 
Pettis 
Benton 
Lewis 
Harrison 
Buchanan 
Macon 
Knox 
Grundy 
Reynolds 
Christian 
Clarke 
Texas 
Bates 
Lafayette 
McDonald 
Chariton 
Hickory 
St. Louis 
Texas 
Atchison 
Crawford 
Newton 
Saline 
Cole 
Marion 
Shannon 
Andrew 
McDonald 

Scotland 

Cass 

6t. Louis 

Greene 

Clarke 

Polk 

<;ooper 

Pettis 

Douglass 

Platte 

Moniteau 

St. Francis 

JIadison 

Howard 

Johnson 

St. Charles 

St. Louis 

Jasper 

Andrew 



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Post Office. 

Finley 

Finney's Creek 
Flat Creek 
Flat Woods 
Flint Hill 
Florence 
Florida 
Florisant 
FJovd's Creek 
Forest City 
Forest Grove 
Forest Home 
Porkner's Hill 
Forsyth 

Fort Henry ^,„ 

Fourche a Renault Washington 
Four Mile Dunklin 

Fox Creek St. Louis 

Fraakford Pike 

Franklin Howard 

Fredericksburg Osage 

Fredericktowu Madison 

Freedom Lafayette 

French Point Jasper 

French Village St. Francis 
Fulton Callaway 

Gadfly Barrv 

(Jainesville C. H. 
Galena 
Gallatin 
Gasconade Ferry 



County, 

Webster 

Saline 

Barry 

Phelps 

St. Charles 

Morgan 

Monroe 

St. Louis 

Adair 

Holt 

Mississippi 

Lawrence 

Laclede 

Taney 

Randolph 



PoH Office. 



County. 



Uickory Creek Audrain 

Hickory Hill Cole 

Hickory Port Orundy 

Hickory Ridge Cape Girardeau 



Hickory Spring 
High Blue 
High Hill 
High Point 
High Ridge 
Hilt 
Hillsborough 
Ilillsboro' Station 
Hill's Landing 
Hogle's Creek 
Holden 
Holstein 
Honey Creek 
Hopewell 



Cuss 

Montgomery 

Col., 

Jefier,...! 

Scotland 

Jellerson 

Carroll 

St. Clair 

Johnson 

^N'uiT'.n 

McDonald 

Mississippi 



Gates 
Gatewood 
(Jath 
Gay 



Gayoso 

Geatryville 

Georgetown 

Glasgow 

Glencoe 

Globe 

Golden Grove 

Gooch'sMill 

Goodland 

Good wi u Mills 

Graham 

Granby 

Grand Falls 

Grant's Hill 

Granville 

Grassy Creek 

Gravel Road 

Graves' Mills 

Gray's Summit 

Greene 

Green Castle 

(Jreen Dale 

Greenfield 

Green Hill 

Greenland 

Green Ridge 

Greensburg 

Greentou 

Green Top 

Greenville 

Clreenwood Valley 

Grubville 

Guilford 

Hager's Grove 

Hainesville 

Halfway 

Hall 

Hallsa's Ferry 

Hallsville 

Hamburg 

Hamilton 

Hampton 

Handy 

Hannibal 

Hardin 

Harmony 

Harrison's Mills 

Harrisonville 

Hartford 

Hartville 

Hawk Point 

Hazel Barrens 

Haael Bottom 

Hazel Green 

Hazel Grove 

Hazel Run Mills 

Hazelwood 

Havana 

Hematite 

Henderson 

Heupeok 

Hermann 

Hermitage 

Herron 

H'ister 

Hibernia 

Hickory Barrett 



Ozark 

Stone 

Daviess 

Gasconade 

McDonald 

Ripley 

Jefferson 

Daviess 

Pemiscot 

Gentry 

Pettis 

Howard 

St. Louis 

Johnson 

Barton 

Ciuper 

Knox 

Ralls 

Noddaway 

Newton 

Gentry 

]\Ionroe 

Livingston 

Cape Girardeau 

Morgan 

Franklin 

Bollinger 

Suiiivan 

Camden 

Dade 

Montgoiner3- 

Boone 

Pettis 

Knox 

Lafayette 

Schuyler 

Wayne 



Hopewell Furnace Washington 

Houston C.H. Texas 

Howard Corner Grundy 

Howard's Mills St. ClaiV 

Howe's Mill Dent 

Hugginsville 

Humansville 

Humboldt 

Hunnewell 

Uuntingdale 

Uuntsville 

Hutton Valley 

Hydesburg 

latan 

Iberia 

Independence 

Indian Creek 

Indian Ford 

Irish Grove 

Irondale 

Iron Hill 

Iron Mountain 

Ironton C. H. 

Isabella 

Island City 

Jackson 



Franklin 

Noddaway 

Shelby 

Cliatou 

Polk 

Lawrence 

Noddaway 

Boone 

St. Charles 

Caldwell 

Platte 

Barry 

Mariim 

Bav 

Washington 

Crawford 

Cass 

Putn.am 

Wright 

Lincoln 

Barry 

Laclede 

Saline 

St. Francis 

Wright 

Gentry 

Jetferson 

Greene 

Shannon 

Gasconade 

Hickory 

Camden 

Marion 

Callaway 

Greene 



Jackson's Corners 

Jacksonville 

Jake's Creek 

Jake's Prairie 

James's Bayou 

Jamesport 

Jamestown 

Japan 

Jasper 

Jeflerson Barracks 

Jefferson City 

Jetferson Mills 

Jeffriesburg 

Jerieho 

Jobe 

John's Branch 

Johnstown 

Joka 

Jonesboro' 

Jones' Point 

Jones' Tanyard 

Jonesville 

Kansas 

Kaslin 

Kelso 

Kendall 

Kennett C.H. 

Kent 

Kenton 

Keytesville 

Kidder 

Kiddville 

Kimmswick 

king's Point 

Kingston 

Kinijsyille 

Kirksville 

Kirk wood 

Knob Noster 

Knob View 

ICnoxville 

Labaddie 

La Beile 

Laclede 

Lacon 

La Grange 

Lakenan 

Lake Spring 

Lakeville 

Lamar 

Lamar's Station 

La Jline 

Lamonte 

Lancaster 

La Plata 

Lane's Prairie 

Laura 

Laurel Bill 



Geniry 

P.^lk 

Pulaski 

Shelby 

HenrV 

Randiiloh 

Howell 

Rails 

Platte 

Miller 

Jacksiin 

Monroe 

Stoddard 

Atchison 

Waihingtoa 

Franklin 

St. Francis 

Iron 

Ozark 

Gentry 

Cape Gir ' 



Sullivan 

Randolph 

Texas 

Gasconade 

Mississippi 

Daviess 

Moniteau 

Franklin 

Jasper 

St. Louis 

Cole 

Jefferson 

Franklin 

Laclede 

Oregon 

Audrain 

Bates 

Jasper 

Saline 

Holt 

Callaway 

Cass 

Jacksiin 

Iiuu 

Scutt 

fluy 

Dunkirk 

New ion 

Christian 

Chariton 

Caldwell 

Sullivan 

Jeflerson 

Dade 

Caldwell 

Johnson 

Adair 

St. Louis 

Johnson 

Crawford 

Kay 

Franklin 

Lewis 

Linn 

Mavies 

Lewis 

Shelby 

Dent 

Stoddard 

Barton 

Noddaway 

Coper 

PcUl^ 

ScliHTler 

Macon 

Osage 

Scotland 

P*rry 



Pott Office. 

Lay ton Mills 

Load Creek 

Leasburg 

Lebanon 

Leesville 

Lessley 

Lesterville 

Lexington 

Liberty 

LibertyviUo 

Lick Creek 

Licking 

Lin ieu 

Lindley 

Linn 

Liun. Mills 

LInu Creek 

Linnens 

Listen 

Little Beaver 

Little Block 

Littlebv 

Little S'iagara 

Little Osage 

Little Piuey 

Little York 

Littsvillc 

Liviuirston 

Locust Hill 

Locust Ridge 

LocustviUe 

Logan's Creek 

Lime Grove 

L„ne Jack 

Lone Oak 

Long Branch 

Long Hollow 

Longwood 

Looinesville 

Loose Creek 

Lost Camp 

Lost Branch 

Lot's Grove 

Louisiana 

Louisburg 

Louisville 

Loutre 

Loutre Island 

Love 

Lowell 

Lowndes 

Low Wassie 

Lucas 

Lutzton 

McDowell 

Macon City 

Madison 

Madisouville 

Mahon's Creek 

Manchester 

MandeviUe 

Maiilius 

Manton 

Maramao 

M.irble Crock 

Marion 

Marshall 

Marsobrld 

Marthasvillo 

Martin 

.Martinsburg 

.Mitrtiustown 

.Marvel 

.Marvvillc 

Mattebend 

Maltese 

MuvsTille C 

Medoc 

Medora 

.Mil rose 

.M'.inphis 

.Mcnden 

Mercer 

M?xico 

.Miami 

Middle Brook 

Middlebiiry 

Middle Fabiet 

MidiUe Grove 

Middletowu 

Midway 

Milan 

.Miles Poin» 

.Mill Creek 

Milkrsburg 

Mill Port 

.MiUvillo 

.Millwood 

Milton 

.Mine La Motte 

Mineral Point 

Uiuerr* 



n. 



County. 

Taney 

Montpomcry 

Crawford 

Lnele'l« 

Henry 

Benton 

Reynold* 

Lalavett* 

'Clay 

St Francu 

Rail* 

Texat 

Atchiasoa 

Gruu ly 

Osag. 

Jasper 

Camdea 

Lina 

Lafayette 

T'ancy 

Ripley 

Andnaa 

Camdea 

Bate* 

Pulaski 

Green* 

Noddaway 

Livingstoa 

Knox 

St. Francii 

I'utuam 

Reynold* 

Morgaa 

Jacksoa 

Bate* 

Monro* 

Lawrence 

Petrjs 

McDonald 

Osar* 

Howell 

Lin cola 

Gentry 

Pike 

Dallas 

LiacolB 

Audriaa 

Warrea 

Macoa 

Holt 

WaVQ* 

OregoB 

Henry 

Noddaway 

Barry 

Macoi 

Monro* 

Kail* 

Shannoa 

St. Louij 

Carroll 

Daviesa 

Crawford 

Iron 

Col* 

Saline 
Webster 
Wnrr^u 



. n* 



RipKy 

Putaam 

Bate* 

Noddaw.ay 

Saline 

St. L Hiil 

DeKalb 

Jasper 

Osajre 

St. Lou* 

Scotland 

Lawieuoe 

Jlerc.-r 

Audrain 

Saline 

IroD 

Bleroer 

Srotlaud 

Monro* 

Montgomery 

Ouoper 

SulliTka 

OATrall 

Ripley 

CalLiway 

Knox 

Lincoln 

Randolph 

Madison 

Waibington 

M«rt»a 



84 



POST OFFICES — MISSOURI. 



Counlrj. 

■SVrif-'lii 

CI lo- 
st. Cl.urlcs 
Jlorcii 
St. Cluir 
Jlour... 



Pott 0/fict. 

Mining 
Vint Spring 
>liriil>ik- 
JIis,oiiri City 
iiiuiiurituu 
3to<U-na 

Xourui' City 

XuntBiik 

>lontov:i!lo ^ t'»"" 

Jloulicillo Liwi.- 

Wontfioiiiury City Monti-omur; 

lluurvsvillo 

Hori;aii 

Horuington 

Slorrison 

Jlorsi-'e .Mill 

llorrintown 

>lo>vuw 

Jblunnt Iluliron 
SlouDt Hope 
llotint Slcrlins 
Vount ViTiioa 
llouDt VifW 
Jlule Crct-k 
Mungur's JlilU 
XuBclu MilU 
Uyerd 

JI»l.oleon City 
Harrows 
Uavlor's Store 
Jiebo 
Jleelv's Landinif 

Cape GirarJea 
RipU 

Newt. 
Vi-ruou 
Kiio.x 
Callnway 



Livinustiiii 

Ailiiir 

■\Voli9tfr 

Gascomi 

Jefferson 

Cass 

Greciie 

L:\l.ivetti- 

Franklin 

LafayetU' 

Gasconade 

Lawrence 

Ten ton 

Cedar 

Shannon 

Sullivan 

Howard 

Lafayette 

Noddaway 

St. Charles 

Pulaski 



tor 



Xeelyvillo 
Kelson ville 
Keosho 
Kcvada 
Kewark 
>"ew liloomfleld 
Kew liostou 
Kew Bremen 
Hew Castle 
Kew Florence 
X'ew Harmony 
Kew llaveu 
>-ew Hope 
Kew London 
Hew Madrid 
J>ew Market 
Jlow Melle 
JTcw Offenl ur3 
Kew Santa Fo 
Kewtunia 
KeWlowu 
>'ew Winche; 
Kincveh 
Hoell 
Vobletoa 
Korma 

Xormand^ 

Jiorris' Fork 

Jlorthciitt 

Uorth Point 

North Salem 

K'oiili Star 

>-.,veUy 

Oa' dale 

Oakheld 

O.i (JriiTe 

Oak Hill 

Oakland 

Oak Point 

Oak Kiclge 

Oak wood 

O' Fallon 

Ogdcn 

Ogle's Milli 

Olio 

Old Alexandria 

Old Miuun 

Omaha 

Oregon 

Orleans 

Orr 

Osage 

Osa^-c niuff 

0*»go City 

O »(50 Fork 

0.->bora 

Oiioeola 

Otsego 

Otter Creek 

Otttrvillo 

Ovid 

Owaseo 

Owennville 

Oxford 

Oyster 

Otark 

fttciUo 



Vast OJjice. 

Pall;is 

Palmyra 

PaiKMi.ii 

I'aineswiek 

Panther Valley 

Papinsville 

Paris 

Park villa 

I'usco 

I'at.m 

Patterson 

Pattonsburg 

Paulville 

Piiy Down 

PaynesT^ille 

Peiikesvillo 

Pedee 

Pendleton 

I'ennvillo 

Peoples 

Peuria 

Perkin's Creek 

PerrvTillo 

Petra 

Pevely 

Phelps 

Philadelphia 

Pliilauder 

Pierce 

Pigeon Creek 

Pike Creek 

Piketon 

Pilot (irova 

Pilot Knob 

Pinekiiey 

Pine Bluff 

Pine Hill 

Pineville 

Pink Hill 

Pin Oak 
ah 



County. 



Greene 1 Rie 
Jiarion ' Rieh 



Foel Office. 
Ferry 



County. 



Post Office. 



Pulaski 

Jiavies 

Websiei 

Bates 

Monroe 

Platte 

Dallas 

Bolhnger 

■Wayne 

Daviess 

Adair 

Mavies 

Pike 

Clarke 

Schuyler 

Warren 

Sull 



Kiel) Fountain 
Richland 
Kicliinond 
Ricliniond Hill 
Riehwoods 
Ridgely 
Ridge Prairie 
Right Point 
Ring's Point 
Roanoke 
Roaring River 
Robertson's Mill 
Roclieport 
Rochester 
Roek Bridge 
Rocklord 
Roek Hill 



Macon Sparlinville 
Atchison! Sparta 

Osage I Spencershurg 
Greene i Spring Creek 
R;ii Springfield 
Shannon Spring Fork 
Washiniiton Spring Garden 
Platte Spring Grove 
Saline Spring Hill 
Camden Spruce 



Adair 

Randolph 

Barry 

Sttne 

Boone 

Andrew 

Ozark 

Oass 

St. Louis 



Cape Girardeau i Roek House Prairie Buchanan 



Jlaeou j Pitt 
St. Genevieve Pittsburg 
Gentry l'itt.-.ville 
Montgomery Plank Road 
Pike I'latin 
Franklin Plato 
Lincoln Platte City 
Ralls Platte River 
New JIadrid Plattsburg 

Platte I Pleasant Farm 
St. Chmles Pleasant Gap 
St. Genevieve Pleasant Green 
J. acksou. Pleasant Hill 
NeM ton I Pleasant Home 
Pi. main Pleii.-a..L Dupe 
Carroll Pleasant Mount 
Adair Pleasant Park 
Iron I Pleasant Retreat 
Newtoi. Pleasant Ridge 
■Webster' Pleasant Valley 
St. Louis: Pleasant View- 
Henry i Plum Creek 
Linn Plum Valley 



BatesiRoekport 
Bollinger j Rock Spring 
Perry i Roeky Mount 
Saline lliolia 
Jeflerson | Rome 
Lfl-wrence ; Ronda 
M.arion ' Roubidoux 
Gentry Round Hill 
Callaway : Rowletta 

Ralls Ruckcr's Prairie 
Ripley Rush Ridge 

Stu 

Russell's Hill 
Russelville 
Rutledge C. H. 
Sacramento 
Saint Aubert 
St. Catherine 
St. Charles 
St. Clair 
St, Francisville 
St. Genevieve C 



Atchis 



Stanford 



County. 

Newton 

Buchanaa 

Pike 

Pulaski 
Greens 
Pettis 

Dallas 

Livingston 

Bates 

Texas 



Stanton Copper Mines 

Franklin 

Crawford 

Slavics 

W arren 

De Kalb 

Montgomery 



Steclsville 
Stein's Prairie 
Stewart's 
Stew-artsville 
Stoekland 
Stockton 
Stone House 
Stono 
■Washington I Stony Point 

Jliller! Stringfield's Store 



Cooper 

Iron 

■Warren 

Pulaski 

Shannon 

McDonald 

Jackson 

■^^ arren 

Cooper 

■W" arren 

Hickory 

Johnson 

St. Gen 



St. Jamea 
St. John 
Jefi'erson ! St. Joseph 
Texas St. Leger 
Platte St. Louis 
Buchanan St. Luke 
Clinton St. Jlark 
Jlillcr St. Jlary'3 
Bates St. Paul 
Cooper St. Peters 
Cass St. Thomas 
Putnam Salem 
Pulk .Saline 
Miller ISalt River 
Carroll I Sand Hill 
Scotland j Sandy Mines 
Harrison San Francisca 
Wright Santa Fe 

Ray Sappington 
Clinton Sarcoxie 
Texas Sarvis Spring 



Cedai 

Morgan 

St. Francis 

Jackson 

Callaway 

Boon 

Cluiks 

Clay 

Franklin 



Holt Pocahontas Cape Girardeau Savannah C.H. 



Point Pleas; nt 
Atchison I 1 uplar Blun 



K.no 

Shelby 

Fianklm 

Jacksoji 

Gasconade 

Laclede 

MouUeai 

Cape Girardeau 

St. Charle.- 

New Madrid 
Andrew- 
Macon 
Lincoln 
■Washini-.ton 
Putnao. 
Holt 
Polk 
Webster 
Crawford 
Cole 

Laclede 

De Kail 

St. Clair 

Ray 

Wayne 

Cooi.er 

Ca,^s 

Sullivan 

Gasconade 

Worth 

Lewis 

ChristiHi. 

FraukUu 



Port Hudson 
Portland 
Port Perry 
Port Koyal 
Post O^k 
Poto:,i 

Pottersville 
Prairie Bird 
Prairie City 
Prairie Creek 
Prairie Fork 
Prairie Homo 
Prairieville 
Preston 

Price's Branch 
Price's Lauding 
Princeton 
Prior's Mills 
Prospect Grove 
Prospect Hill 
Providence 
Pryor's Store 
Punjaub 
yuiucy 
Uuitmaa 
Randolph 
Kavenna 
Keadsvillo 
Reese Hill 
Reeves' Station 
Kerorni 
Ueindeer 
Uclfe 
Khinclaud 



New Madrid 

Butler i Scotland Ridge 
s St. Charles Seottville 
bruulUii. Seaalia 
Callaw-a} Seldeu 



P 

Jasper 

Johnson 

Washington 

Howell 

Adair 

Bales 

Osage 

Montgomery 

Jolmson 

Pike 

Jasper 

Moutgonier\ 

Seott 

Mereer 

Osage 

Scotland 

Rav 

Boou'e 

Taney 

Jt. Genevieve 

Hickory 

Nod daw ay 

Randolph 

Mercer 

Callaway 

Reynolds 

Butler 

Callaway 

Noddaway 

Pulaski 

Montisomery 



."5 01 ma 

Sentinel Prairie 
Shady Grove 
Shamrock 

rpsburg 
Shaw nee Mound 
Sheffield 
Shelbma 
Shelby ville 
Shibley's Point 
Shields 
Sherwood 
Shone-vtown 
Short'Beud 
SbotwcU 
Sibley 
Sidney 
Sikeston 
Silver Creek 
Smith City 
Smithtou 
SmitliviKo 
Snell'sMiU 
Snibar 
Snow Hill 
Solitude 
Somerset 
Sous Creek 
-^outh Fork 
.South Grove 
South Point 
Spanish Prairls 



Phelps Sturg 

Boone Sugar Creek 

Polk Sugar Tree Grove 

Texas Sullivan 

Cooper Sulphur Springs 

Pettis [Landing Jefferson 

Franklin Summit Macon 

Mississippi Swan Taney 

Buchanan S-«-eet Home Noddaway 

Reynolds Sylvan Cent 

Cole Syracuse Morgan 

McDonald Tabo Lafayette 

Wright Tagart'sMill Carroll 

Callaway Talladega Dent 

Linn Tallow Hill Jeflerson 

St. Charles Taos Cole 

Franklin Ten Mile >Iacon 

Clarke Third Fork De Ealb 

, H. Tbomasville Oregon 

St. Genevieve Tiger Fork Shelby 

Phelps Tinney's Grove Ray 

Putnam Tipton Moniteau 

Buchanan Tiviot Montgomery 

Oiark Toledo Henry 

St. Louis Toronto Camden 

AVebster Trail Creek Harrison 

Trenton Grundy 

St. Genevieve Troy Lincoln 

Webster Truxton " 

St. Ch-arles Tuckersville Camden 

Cole Tugne Warren 

Linn Tullvania Macon 

Mercer j Turkey Creek Madison 

Auunau Turnback Dade 

Scotland TurnersviUo Greene 

Jefleison Tuscumbia Miller; 

Carroll ! Tvro Jeflerson 

Monroe -Ulman's Ridge Millei 

St. Louis Union FranUin 

Jasper Union Mills Platte 

Dent Unionville Putnam 

Andrew Urbana Dallas 

Kmu- Ut.e.i Livingston 

Valparaiso Sull 

Van Buren Cartel, 

Vaneill's Landing 

Cape Girardean 



Pntuani 

Sulhvan 

Pettis 

Douglass 

Jellerson 

Polk 

Dallas 

Callaw-av 

Marion 

Henry 

Cape Girardeau 

Shelby 



Adair 

Mavies 

Jasper 

Putnam 

Crawford 

Franklin 

Jackson 

Ralls 

Scott 

Cedai 

Pettis 

Worth 

Clay 

Hamsun 

Lafayette 

St. Cliarle 

Pemiseo 

Monroe 

Dade 

Howell 

Saline 

Frank 1 in 



Vannoy's Mill 

Vermont 

Verona 

Versailles 

Vera Cruz 

Victoria 

VirginiaMills 

Wadesburg 

Wagon Knob 

Waldo 

Walkersville 

Wall's Store 

Walnut Grove 

Walnut Hill 

Walnut Shade 

Waltersville 

We.irbleau 

Warren 

Warrensburg 

Warrenton 

Warsaw 

Washburn Prairie 

Washington 

Waterloo 

Waverly 

\\ aynesville 

Webster 

Webster Station 

Wellington 

Wellsburg 



Phelps: Wellsville 



Piki 

Coopej 

Law- re net 

M orgai 

DougUK 

Daviesi 

Mavies 

Franklii 

Casi 

Lafavett( 

VVebste; 

Shelfcj 

JolinsOI 

Greeni 

Buclianai 

Taue; 

Adai 

St. Clai 

Jlariol 

J 

Warrei 

Ben to; 

Barr, 

Frankli: 

Clark 

Lafayett 

Pulask 

Or 

St. Loui 

Lafay ett 

St. Chailt 

Moutgomet 



POST OFFICES NEBRASKA NEVADA NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



85 



Post Office, 

Wentzville 

Wesley 

West Bend 

West Ely 

Westland 

West Liberty 

West Locust 

Westphalia 

West Plains 

West Point 

Westport 

West Prairie 

West Quincy 

Weston 

West Springfield 

Wet Glaze 

Wheatland 

Wheeling 

Whetstone 

White Cloud 

White Hare 

White Oak 

White Oak Grove 



County. 



Post Office. 



St. Charles Clarksville 
Schuyler | Clifton 
Polk : Clinton 
Marion Columbus 
Chariton I CottonwoofI Springs 
Putnam 1 Crab Orchard 
Sullivan Crete 

Osage I Camming City 
Howell 1 Dakota 

Bates Dawson's Mills 
Jackson 1 Decatur 
Dunklin j De Soto 
Marion , De W^tt 



Platte 

Shelby 

Camden 

Moi'gan 

Vernon 

Wright 

Noddaway 

Cedar 

Montgomery 

Greene 



White Rock Prairie McDonald 



Whitesburg 

Whitesville 

White Water 

Willard 

Williamsburg 

Williamstown 

Willmathsville 

Wilson 

Wilson Creek 

Winchester 

Windsor 
Winslow 

Wintersville 
Winthrop 
Wolf Creek 
; Woodbine 
I Woodbury 
; Wood's Fork 
iWoodlawn 
I Woodside 
I Woodville 
[Woolam 
; Wright City 
jWrightsvilla 

Wyaconda 

Xenia 
i Yancey 
; Yolo 

[Young's Creek 
i Young's Mills 
IZif 
rZion. 



Camden 

Andrew 

Bolinger 

Greene 

Callaway 

Lewis 

Adair 

Greene 

Clarke 

Henry 

Dent 

Sullivan 

Buchanan 

Wright 

Harrison 

Wright 

Wright 

Jlonroe 

Oregon 

Macon 

Gasconade 

Warren 

Clarke 

■ Scotland 

Noddaway 

Phelps 

Gentry 

Audrian 

Franklin 

Stoddard 

Henry 



Post Office. 

AlbaviUe 
Antelope 
Ara-o 
Arizona 

_ Aslilaud 

As pin wall 

Athens 

Augur 

Avoca 

Baden 

Beatrice 

Beaver Crossing 

Bi.-ll Creek 

Tinll-vue 

Benton 

Bi,' Sandy 

-L. . ,marck 

Bl.nr 

Blue Springs 

Bull.. 

Bitwer's Ranch 

Br wnsville 

Bi>.ioii 

Burr Oak 

BuClH.r 
-. O mdeu 
l C -uip Creek 
tC .uton 
I 0--ar Bluffs 
f: Ci:nter Valley 

Central City 

'"'■iitreville 

C resco 

Oi.pman 

C niry Hill 

Ciiicago 

Ciuuiunati 



a. 

County. 

Hall 

Jefferson 

Richardson 

Burl 

Saunders 

Nemaha 

Richardson 

Douglas 



Dixon 

Dry Creek 

Eagle 

Earle 

Eifrht Mile Grove 

Eldred 

Elk Horn City 

Ellsworth 

Elmont 

Elmore 

Elmwood 

Emerson 

Equality 

Factoryville 

Fairbury 

Falls City 

Farmer's Valley 

Florence 

Fontanelle 

For&st City 

Fort Calhoun 

Fort Kearuej^ 

Frankfort 

Fremont 

Galena 

Genoa 

Gilmore 

Glendale 

Glen Rock 

Grand Island City 

Graud Island Station 

Grant 

Gregory's Basin 

Headland 

Hebron 

Helena 

Hendricks 

Highland 

Homestead 

Hooker 

Howard 

Humboldt 

Ionia 

Jackson 

Jalapa 

Jenkins' Mills 

Kanosha 

Kearney City ^ 

Kearney Station 

Lake View 

Laona 

Liu-imer Mills 

Latroi e 

Liberty 

Lime Creek 

Lincoln 

Linwood 

Lisbon 



County , 

Merrick 

Nemalia 

Stanton 

Platte 

Liucol n 

Johnson 

Saline 

Washington 

Dakota 

Richardson 

Burt 

Washington 

Camming 

Dixon 

Gage 

Cas 

Butler 

Cas: 

Saunders 

Douglas 

Butler 

Cuming 

Richardson 

Cass 

Otoe 

Saline 

Cass 

Jefferso!* 

Richardson 

Hamilton 

Douglas 

Washington 

Sarpy 

Washington 

Kearney 

L'Eau Qui Court 

Dodg 



Post Office. 

Omaha City 

Opequan 

Otoe Agency 

Paisley 

Palmyra 

Pappillon 

Pawnee City 

Pebble Creek 

PepperviUe 

Peru 

Blatt Valley 

Platte's Mouth 

Plattford 

Pleasant Hill 

Pleasant Run 

Pleasant Valley 

Plum Creek 

Pohocco 

Pouca 

Primrose 

Rebecca 

Riceville 

Rock Bluffs 

Rock Creek 

Rose Creek 

Rule 

Saint Charles 

Saint Deroin 

Saint Frederick 

Saint Helena 

Saint James 

Saint Stephen 

Salem 

Salt Creek 

Saltillo 



County. 

Douglas 

Lancaster 

Gage 

Otoe 

Otoe 

Sarpy 

Pawnee 

Dodge 

Butltr 

Nemaha 

Sarpy 

Cass 

Sarpv 

Sal' ■ 

Stanton 1 

Pawnee 

Kearney 

Saunder:^ 

Dixon 

Douglass 

Lancaster 

Saline 

Cass 

Jones 

Jefferson 

Richardson 

Cuming 

Nemaba 

Nemaha 

Cedar 

Richardson 

Cass 
Lancaste 



Post Office. 

Unionville 

Viiginia City 
Washoe City 
Wellington 



County. 

Humboldt 

Cursoa 

Washoe 



Seward 

Washington 

Sarpy 

'Saui.dBrs 

Jefferson 

Cuming 

Washington 

Gage 

Washington 

Merrick 

Nemaha 

Johnson 

Otoe 

Johnson 

Seward 

Lancaster 

Stanton 

Saunders 

Cass 

Burt 

Lancaster 

Saunders 

Merrick 

Pla te 

Douglas 

Pawns 



Loudon 
Cass Lone Tree 
Gage Long Branch 
Gage Lyons 



McFadden 

McPhorson 

Maple Creek 

Middleburg 

Middle Ureek 

Mil ford 

^lonoud 

Monroe 

Monterey 

Mount Pleasant 

Nebraska Center 

Nebraska City 

Nemaha City 

New Castle , 

Niobrara L'Ean Qui Court 



Doog. 

Platte 

Sarpv 

Cass 

Nehama 

Hall 

Hall 

Nemaha 

Lancaster 

;Saunders 

Jefferson 

Johnston 

Otoe 

Richardson 

Burt 

Gage 

Nemaiia 

Richardson 

Dixoa 

Dakotah 

Dodge 

Jeffe 

Cass 

Kearn 

Buffalo 

Cuming 

Gage 

Sarpy 

Johnson 

Pawnee 

Dixon 

Dodge 

Butler 

Sarpy 

Washington 

Nemaha 

Merrick 

Richardson 

Burt 

York 

Harrison 

Dodge 

Richardson 

Lancaster 

Seward 

Richnrdson 

Platte 

Richardson 

Cass 

Buffalo 

Otoe 

Nemaha 

Dixon 



SanteeAgency L'EauQuiCourt 

Schuyler Pb 

Seward Sew 

Sherman Nem 

Silver Creek E 

Silver Glen Merr 

Solon C 

South Bend ( 

South Pass Lanca 

South Pass City — 

Spring Creek Johr 

Steven's Creek Lanca 

Swan City Sa 

Table Rock Pav 

Teoumseh John 

Tekamah I 

Three Grove ' 

Timberville D. 

Tip's Branch Pav 

Tipton Lanca 

Ulysses Bn 

Union ' 

Valley Dou 

Vesta John 

Wahoo Saun 

Weeping Water ' 

Wells' Mills Richar. 

West's Mills Sev 

West Point Cun 

Williamsville Richan 



Aew Htimpsliire 



Connty, 

Sullivan 

Grafton 

Merrimack 

Cheshire 

Belknap 

Hillsboro' 

Hillsboro' 

Merrimaclc 

Hillsboro' 

Clieshiro 

Rockingham 

Rockingham 

Rockingham 

Belknap 

Stratford 

Carroll 

Gr.itoa 

Hillsboro' 

Hillsboro' 

Graftou 

Coos 

Grafton 

Cheshire 

Mirrimaek 

Murrimack 

Merrimack 

Rockin-ham 

Grafton 

Grafton 

Carr..H 

Hillsboro' 

Grafton 



Post Office. 

Acworth 

Alexandria 

Allenstowu 

Alstead 

Alton 

Amherst 

Amoskeag 

Andover 

Antrim 

Ashuelot 

Atkinson 
Atkinson Depot 

Auburn 

Barustead 

Barringtoa 

Bartlett 

Bath 

Bedford 

Btnnington 

Benton 

Berlin Falls 

Bethlehem 

BlakeviUe 

lioscawen 

Bow 



Wilson 
Winnebago 
Wood River 



Nursery Hill 
Nohart 
Norfolk - 
North Bend 
North Platte 
Oak Groves 
Oakland 
Oak Springs 
Olive Branch 
Omadi 
Oaiaha Agency 



Otoe 

Richardson 

Madison 

Dodge 

Lincoln 

Seward 



leYada. 



Post Office. 

Amador 

Austin 

Canon City 

Carson City 

Crystal Park 

Dayton 

Esmeralda 

Franktown 

Genoa 

Gold Hill 

Humboldt City 

Jacobsville 

Kingston 

Mammoth Ledge 

JlillCity 

Palmyra 

Rag to 



Bradford 
Brentwood 
Bridgewat'.T 
Bristol 
BrookBeld 
Brookline 
Campton 

Campton Village Craft. m 

Canaan Grafton 

Cindia Rockingham 

Candia Village Rockingham 

Canterbury Merrimack 

Carroll Coos 

Center BarnsteaJ Belknap 

Center Conway Carroll 

Center Harbor Belknap 

Center Ossipee Carroll 

Center Sandwich Carroll 

Center Strafford Strafford 

Charlestown Sulllvaa 

Chester Rockiniham 

Chesterfield Cheshire 
Chesterfield Factory Cheshire 

Chichester Merrimack 

Claremont SulI'van 

Clarksville C 'oS 

CoUbrook CooS 

Columbia Cu?3 

Concord Merrimack 

Connecticut Lake Coos 
Contoocook Village Merrimack 



Rul.y Valley 
Burtl Silver City 
Diidge Starr City 
Lancaster Steptoe 

Dakota Stillwater 
Black BirdlTruckee MoadoTi 



County. 

Lander 

Lander 

Lander 

Ornisbv 

Waslio'e 

. Lyon 

Esmeralda 

Washoe 

Douglas 

Storv 

Humbold't 

Lander 

Landir 

Doniilas 

Humboldt 

Lyons 

Ohnr'cbill 

Linder 



Conway 

Coos 

Cornisli Flat 

Crawford's House 

Croyden 

Croyden Flats 

Dalton 

Daubury 

Danvijle 

Deerfitld 

Dcerfield Center 

Deering 

Derry 

Derrv Depot 

Dorcliester 

Dover 

Downing's Mills 

Drewsvillo 

Dublin 

Dun barton 

Durham 

East Ack worth 

East An over 

East Canaan 

East Chester 

East Concord 

Kast Haverhill 

East Jatlrey 

East Kingston 

East Landaff 

Kivst Lebanon 

IC.i-t I- 



IIuml...ldt 

L 
Churchill East M 

iKaot Uoultoubaro 



Carroll 

Coos 

Snllivaa 

Coos 

Snllivaa 

SuUivaa 

Coos 

Oraftoa 

Rockingham 

Rockingham 

Rockin.liam 

Hillsboro' 

R.iekinijham 

Buckingham 

(Jraft.n 

Strafford 

Stratlord 

Cbesl.ira 

Cheshiro 

Merrimack 

.Sinidi.rd 

Snllivaa 

Merrimack 

<irartoa 

Rockingham 

Merrimack 

Graft.a 

Chishiro 

RockMiL-ham 

(Jraftou 

• Jrafun 

Snllivaa 

Carr.ll 

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POST OFFICES — NEW HAMPSHIRE NEW JERSEY. 



Fott Office. 



County, 



East JCortliwood Rockingliftin 

East Plaiuhtld Sullivan 

East Kucliister 

East SaiiJl'yrnton 

East SulUvau 

East luitj- 

East Wakelield 

EaslNVasliiujitOQ 

Euat Wi-aro 

Bast Westmoreland 

Eatou Center 

Ellui,liam 

Ea.ugluim FulU 

ElUwortli 



Eutield 

EuUclU CoDtc-r 

Eppiug 

E \iM>m 

Errull 

Eiuier 

Farmington 

EfSSeuUeu Mills 

FishcrsviUe 

Fitiwilliam 

Flume 

Fraueistown 

Fraueuuiu 

Frauklin 

Freetl.pm 

Fromuut 

ticurge's. Mills 

GiUord Villttte 

Oilmaulott ,„,„,, 

GilmautouIronWorksUelkuaii 

Gilsiim Cheshire 

Gofl's Falls Hillshor.nigh 

Gotfitowu Hillsburo' 

Gofistowu Center HUlsboro' 



Strull'i>ri-I 
Ik-lki 

Chesl 

Sullivan 

Carroll 

Sulliv: 

IliUsl.or 

Cheshi 

C'uir.ill 

Carrull 

CaiTull 

Graltuii 

Gr:ittoi, 

Grultiui 

kockinghaiji 

Jlerriuiack 

Cuus 

Boekinghaui 

Siraflorii 

Rockingham 

Werrimaek 

Clu-shir. 

Uraiton 

Hillsboro- 

Gralton 

JMerrim.ul^ 

Cu-rull 

Rockini;naiu 



Belkuaji 
Belkna]. 



Gonie 


Stratlord 


Gorham 


Coos 


Goshen 


Sullivan 


Grafton 


Grafton 


Graltoa Center 


Grafton 


Grantham 


Sullivan 


Great Falls 


Strafford 


Greenfield 


HiUsboro' 


Greenland 


Roekini-'hani 


Greenland Depot Rockingham 


Grotou 


Urattou 


Groveion 


Coo^ 


Hampstcad 


Kockingham 


Hampton 


Rockingham 


Hampton Falls 


Bockiugham 


Hancock 


UillsLoro' 


Hanover 


Grafton 


Hanover Center 


Grafton 


HarrisviUe 


Cheshire 


Haverhill 


Grafton 


Haverhill Center 


Grafton 


Hebron 


Grafton 


Heuniker 


Merrimack 


Hill 


Gralton 


HilbboTo' 


Hillsboro' 


Hillsburo- Bridge 


HiUsboro- 


HilUboro' Center 


HiUsboro' 


Hinsdale 


Cheshire 


Holderness 


Graiton 


Hollis 


HiUsboro' 


Hooksct 


Merrimack 


Hopkinton 


Merrimack 


Horn's Slilb 


Carroll 


Hudson 
JacK.sou 


HiUsboro' 


Coos 


Jaflrey 


Cheshire 


Jeflerson 


Coue 


JeOirrsou Mills 


Cmus 


Eeeue 


Cheshire 


Kensington 


Rockingham 


Kingston 


Rockingham 


Laeouia 


Belknap 


Lake Village 


Belknap 


Lancaster 


Cou.- 


LamlatI 


(i rait on 


Langdon 


Sulhvan 


Lebanon 


(Irariun 


Loe 


Stialcurd 


Leighton'8 Comers Can oil 


Lempster 


Sulhvau 


Lincoln 


Griifton 


Lisbon 


Grafton 


Litchfield 


Hillsboroiigl, 


Littleton 


Grafton 


London 


Mtrrimack 


Loudon Center 


Merrimack 


Londonderry 


Bockint^ham 


London Uulge 


Merrimack 


Lower Bartlett 


Carroll 


Lower (jilmanton 


lielknap 


Lyman 


Ciattun 


Lyme 


(;iafton 


Lyudtborongh 
Mackerel Corners 


UiUsbnr,,' 


Carroll 



Pott Office. 



County, 



Madison Carroll 

Manchester HiUsboro' 

Marlborough Cheshire 

Marlborough Depot Cheshire 



Marlow 

Jlastin 

Mason Village 

Mast Yard 

.Melvin Village 

Meredith Center 

.Meredith Village 



Cheshire 

HiUsboro' 

Hillsb ro' 

Merrimack 

Carroll 

Belknap 

Belkijap 

Sullivan 

Straft'ord 

Coos 

HiUsboro' 

Sullivan 

Strafford 

Strafford 

Grafton 

Carroll 

Grafton 

HiUsboro' 

Cheshire 

HiUsboro' 

Cheshire 

Cheshire 

HiUsboro' 

Merrimack 

Rockingham 

Belknap 

Rockingham 

HiUsboro' 

Merrimack 

Rockingham 

Sullivan 

Rockingham 

Rockingham 

Strafford 

Belknap 

HiUsboro' 

Merrimack 

Sullivan 

Merrimack 

Carroll 

Grafton 

Merrimack 

Merrimack 

Sullivan 

Grafton 



-Middleton 

-Milan 

.Mil ford 

Mill Village 

Milton 

Milton Mills 

Monroe 

Moaltonboro' 

Moiiutaiu House 

Jlouut Vernon 

MuusouviUe 

Nashua 

Xelsou 

New Alstead 

New Boston 

Newbury 

New Castle 

New Hampton 

Newingtou 

New Ipswich 

New London 

New Market 

Newport 

Newton 

Newton Depot 

Nortli Barriui^ton 

North Bainstead 

North Brunch 

North Boscowen 

North Charleston 

North Chichester 

Nortli Conway 

North Dorchester 

North Diiubartou 

Northheld Depot 

North Grantham 

North Grutoii 

Nortli Hampton Rockingham 

N.Hauii tonDepotRockingham 

North Haverhill Grafton 

North Lisbon Grafton 

North Littleton Grafton 

N . Londonderry Rockingham 

N. Lyndeborough HiUsboro' 

North Monroe Grafton 

North Richmond Cheshire 

North Salem Rockiugliaiu 

North Sanbornton Belknap 

North Sandwich Carroll 

North Strafford Strafford 

North Sutton Merrimack 

Northumberland Coot 

North W akeheld Carroll 

North VVeare HiUsboro' 

North Wolfborongh Carroll 

Northwood Narrows 

Rockingham 
Nottingham Rockingham 

Nottingham Turnpike 

Rockingham 
Oil MiU Vniage HiUsboro' 

Gralton 

Grafton 

Carroll 

Cheshire 

HiUsboro- 

Meiriiiiaek 

HiUsboro' 

Grafted 

Coos 

Merrimack 

Sullivan 

Rockingham 

Grafton 

Cheshire 

Rockingham 

Grari„n 

Coos 

Rockingham 

Hill=i,or.j' 

Cheshire 

Cheshire 

Strafford 

Grafton 

Rockingham 

Rockingham 

Rockingham 

Merrimack 

Strallord 

Btlknap 



Orl 

ordviUo 
Ossippu... 

I'aper Mill Village 
I'eUiam 
Pembroke 
Peterboroug 
Pierniont 
Pittsburg 
Pittshcld 
Plaiufield 
Plaistow 
Plymouth 
Pottersville 
I'ortsmotith 
Prohle House 
Rand..lpli 
Kaymond 
Reed's Ferry 
Richmoud 
Rindge 
Rochester 
Rumney 
Ryc 
Salem 

Salem Depot 
Salisburv 
Salmon Falls 
Sauborntou 



Poit Office. 



County. 



Sanbornton Bridge Belknap 

Saudown Rockingham 

Sandwich Carroll 

Scytlieville Merrimack 

Seabrook Bockingham 

Shaker Village Merrimack 

Shelburn Coos 

South Acworth Sullivan 

South C^irroU Coos 

South Charlestown Sullivan 

Soutli Columbia Coos 

South Danbury Grafton 

South Deerhel'd Rockingham 

South Hamilton Rockingham 

South Kingston Ro-;kirgham 

South Lyndehorough PHUsboro' 

South Jlerrimack HiUsboro 

South Newbury 

S. New Market 

South Stoddard 

South Sutton 

South Tamworth 

South Weare 

South Wolfborough 

Spriugffeld 

Stark 

Stewartstown 

Stoddard 

Strafford 

Strafford Blue Hill 

Strafford Corner 

Stratford 



Stratham 

Sugar Hill 

Sullivan 

Sunapee 

Suncook 

Surry 

Sutton 

Swanzey 

Tamworth 



Merrimack 

Rockingham 

Cheshire 

Merrimack 

Carroll 

HiUsboro' 

Carroll 

SuUivau 

Coos 

Coos 

Cheshire 

Strafford 

Strafford 

Strafford 

Coos 

Rockingham 

Grafton 

Cheshire 

SulUvau 

Merrimack 

Cheshire 

Merrimack 

Cheshire 

Carroll 



1'amworth Iron Works Carroll 



Temple 

Thornton 

Thornton's Ferry 

Troy 

Tuftonborough 

Union 

Unity 

Upper Gilmanton 

Wadley's F''all3 

Wakefield 

Walpole 

Warner 

Warren 

Washington 

Water Village 

Weare 

Weir's Bridge 

Weutworth 



Weutworth's Location 



HiUsboro 

Graftou 

HiUsboro' 

Cheshire 

Can-oil 

Carroll 

Sullivan 

Belknap 

Stratford 

Carroll 

Cheshire 

Merrimack 

Grafton 

Sullivan 

Carroll 

HiUsboro' 

Belknap 

Graftou 



West Alton 
West Andover 
West Itoscawen 
West Campton 
West Canaan 
West ( laremont 
\\'eit Concord 
West Enfield 
West Eppin; 



Belknap 

Merrimack 

Merrimack 

Grafton 

Grafton 

Sullivan 

Merrimack 

Grafton 

Rockingham 



it Hampstead Koekinghii 

Merrimack 

Merrimack 

Grafton 

Grafton 

Coos 

Strafford 

Cheshire 



West Heunik 
West Hoi.kmtou 
West Lebanon 
West LitJetou 
West Milan 
West Milton 
Westmoreland 
Westmoreland Depot Ch 
West Northwood Rockingham 
M^est Nottingham Rocking ham 
West Ossi pee Carroll 

West Peterborough 

Hillsborough 
West Plymouth Grafton 

Westport Cheshire 

West Rumney Grafton 

West Salisbury Merrimack 

West Springfield Sullivan 

West Stewartsou Coos 

West Sivuu/.ey Cheshire 

West Tliurnton Grafton 

West W^ilton HiUsboro' 

West -Windham Rockingham 
Whitefield Coos 

White Mountain House Coos 
Wilmot Merrimack 

Wilmot Flats Merrimack 

Wilson'sCrossingRockingbam 
W^ilton HiUsboro 

Wincheiter Cheshire 

Windham Rockingham 



Poat Office. 



County. 



Windham Depot Bockingham 

Wolfborough Carroll 

Woodstock Grafton 

Woodsville Grafton 



New Jersey. 



Post OJ/ice. 

Absecon 

Allamuchy 

/Mlentowu 

Allowaystown 

Andover 

Anthony 

Arueytown 

Asbury 

Atlantic City 

Auburn 

Augusta 

Baker's Basin 

Baptistown 

Bargaiutown 

Barnegat 

Barnsborough 

Basking Ridge 

Batsto 

Bayonne 

Beatystown 

Beemerville 

Beesley's Point 

Belleville 

Belvidere 

Bennett's Mills 

Bergen Point 

Berkshire Valley 

Bethlehem 

Bevau's 

Beverly 

Black's Mills 

Black woodstown 

Blairstowu 

Blawanburg 

Bloomfield 

Bloomingdale 

Bloomsburg 

Boonton 

Bordentowu 

Boundbrook 

Brainard's 

Branehville 

Bridgeboro 

Bridgeport 

Bridgeton 

Bridgeville 

Broadway 

Brotzmanville 

Brown's Mills 

Budd's Lake 

Burlington 

Caldwell 

Calno 

Camden 

Canton 

Cape Island 

Cape May 

Carlstadt 

Carpentersville 

Cassville 

Cedar Creek 

CedarviUe 

Centerville 

Changewator 

Chapel Hill 

Chatham 

Cherryville 

Chester 

Chew's Landing 

Cinnaminson 

Clarksboro' 

Clarksburg 

Clarksville 

Clinton 

Clinton Station 

Closter 

Clove 

Clover Hill 

Cold Spring 

Colesville 

Colt's Neck 

Columbia 

Columbus 

Cookstowu 

Copper Hill 

Cranberry 

Oranesville 

CresskiU 

Cross Keys 

Cross Wicka 



County, 

Atlantiel 
Warren 
Monmouth 
Salem 
Sussex 
Hunterdoni 
Burlington 
VN'arren 
Atlautio 
Sal era" 
Susseacj 
Mercer 
Hunterdon 
Atlautio 
Ocean 
Gloucester 
Somerset 
Burlington 
Hudson 
Warren 
Sussex 
Cape May- 
Essex 
Warren 
Ocean 
Hudson 
Morris 
Hunterdon 
Sussex 
Burlington 
Monmouth 
Camden 
Warren 
Somerset 
Essex 
Passaic 
Hunterdon 
Morris 
Burlington 
Somerset 
Warren 
Sussex! 
Burliugton] 
Gloucester 
Cumberland 
Warren 



Burlington] ( 

MorriSi | 

Burliiigtonji 

Essex ;( 

M'arreni( 

Camden ( 

Salem 

Cape May ; 

Bergen 

>> arren 

Ocean 

Cumberland 

Hunterdoni 

Warren 

Monmouth 

Slorria 

Hunterdon 

Morris 

Camden 

Burlington 

Gloucester 

Monmouth 

Hunterdon 



Bergen 

Sus; 

Hunterdon 

Cape May 

Sussex 

Monmouth 

Warren 

Burlington; 

Hunterdon 

Middle; 

Union 

Be rgen 

Camden 

Burlington 



POST OFFICES NEW JERSEY NEW YORK. 



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Post Office. 



County. 



Croton 
Dauville 

Daretown 

Deckertowa 

Deoosta 

Deerfield Street 

Delanco 

Delaware Station 

DeniiisviUe 

Deuville 

Dias Creek 

Dividing Creek 

Dover 

Drakeatowu 

Drakesville 

Dutcii Neck 

East Creek 

Eatoutowa 

Ediuburg 

Egg Harbor City 

Elizabetli 

Elizabethport 

Ellisburg 

EUwood 

Elmer 

Englewood 

Engliah Creek 

English Neighborhood Berge 

Enilislit', ivn Monmouth 



Hunterdon 

Warren 

Salem 

Sussex 

Atlantic 

Cumberland 

Burlington 

Warren 

Cape May 

Morris 

Cape May 

Cumber and 

Morris 



Mercer 

Cape May 

Monmouth 

Mercer 

Atlantic 

Union 

Camden 

Atlantic 

Salem 

Bergen 

Atlantic 



Estelvi' 

Everittscowu 

Ewiug's Neck 

Ewingsville 

Fairmount 

■Pairtou 

Parmingdale 

Fellowship 

Fillmore 

Pishing Creek 

Five Points 

Flaggtown 

Flanders 

Flatbrookville 

Flemington 

Florence 

Forked River 

Fort Lee 

Franklin 

Franklin Furnace 

Franklinville 

Freedom 

Freehold 

Frenchtown 

eorgetown 

ernian Valley 
Jlassboro' 
xloucester City 
Jodwinville 
Joshen 

ratitude 
Jreen Bank 
Jreen Creek 
jhsburg 
Jreen Village 
3-reeuwich 
Jriggstowa 
Jroveville 
laekensack 
Jackettstown 
Jaddonfleld 
Jainesburg 
Sainesport 
Hamburg 
Hamilton Snuare 
.-lammonton 
Hancock's Bridge 
Hanover 
Harlingeu 
Harmony 
HarrisonviUe 
High Bridge 
Hightstowu 
Hobokeu 
Hohokus 
Holland 
Holmdel 

Homerst)wn 
•Hope 

lopewell 

iowy.rd 

H;idson 

iurffville 
. mhiystowu 
-rvington 
Hracksou 
Iracksouville 
ifacohstowu 
i)"amesburg 
:fersey City 
■'obstown 

'fohnsonburg 

'uliustowa 



Atlantic 

Hunterdou 

Cujnberland 

Mercer 

Hunterdon 

Cumberland 

Monmouth 

Burlington 

Monmouth 

Cape May 

Gloucester 

Somerset 

Morris 

Sussex 

Hunterdon 

Burlington 

Ocean 

Bergen 

Essex 

Sussex 

Gloucester 

Sussex 

Monmouth 

Hunterdon 

Burlington 

Morris 

Gloucester 

Camd-ii 

Ber-eu 

Cape Mav 

Sussex 

Burlin^-ton 

Cape May 

Mercer 

Morris 

Cumberland 

Somerset 

Mercer 

Bergen 

Warren 

Camden 

Warren 

Burlington 

Sussex 

Mercer 

Atlantic 

Salem 

Morris 

Somerset 

Warren 

Gloucester 

Hunterdon 

Mercer 

Hudson 

Bergen 

Hunterdon 

Monmouth 

Ocean 

Warren 

Mercer 

Warren 

Hudson 

Camden 

Monmouth 

Esse 

Camde 

Burlington 

Middle; 

Hudson 

Burlington 

Warren 

Burlington 



Pu$t Office. 



County. Post Office. 



Karrsville Warren 

Kettle Creek Ocean 

Keyport Monmouth 
Kill Mills 

Kingston Middlesex 

Kingwood Hunterdon 

Klinesville " 

Knowltou Warren 

Lafayette Sussex 

Lamhertville Hunterdon 
Landis 

Lawrenceville Mercer 

Liiyton Sussex 

Lebanon Hunterdon 
Lebanon Glass Works 

Burlington 

Leed's Point Atlantic 

Leedsville Monmouth 

Leeshurg Cumberland 

Leonardsville Monmouth 

Lesser '^ Roads Somerset 
Liberty Corners 

Libertvville Sussex 

Little t'alls Passaic 

Little York Hunterdon 

Livingston Essex 

Locktown Hunterdon 

Lodi Bergen 

Long-a-coming Camden 

Long Branch Monmouth 

Long Hill Morris 

Lower Bank Burlington 
Lower Squaukum Monmouth 

Lumberton Burlington 

Madison Morris 

Malaga Gloucester 

Manahawkin Ocean 

Manalapan Monmouth 
Manamuskin Cumberland 

Manchester Ocean 

Marksboro' Warren 

^larlboro* Jlonmouth 

Marl ton Burlington 

Martinsville Somerset 
Matawan 

Mauricetown Cumberland 

May's Landing Atlantic 

Mead's Basin Passaic 

Medford Burlington 

Mendham Morris 

Metedeconk Ocean 

Jletuchen Middlesex 

Middlebash Somerset 

Middletowu Monmoutli 
Middletowu Point 

Aliddleville Sussex 

^lilford Hunterdon 

Millbrook Warren 

Milthurn Essex 

Millington Morris 

Millstone Somerset 

MiUville Cumberland 

Milton Morris 

Monroe Sussex 

Montague Sussex 

Moorestown Burl'ngton 

Morristown Morris 

Mountainville Hunt-rdon 

Mount Cair Essex 

Mount Bethel Warren 

Mount Ephraim Camden 

Mount Holly Butlington 

Mount Laurel " 

Mount Pleasant Hunterdon 

Mount Rose Mercer 

Mount Salem Sussex 

MuUico Hill Gloucester 

Musconetcong Warren 

N'eighborsville Morris 

Neshanic Somerset 

Newark Essex 

New Bedford Monmouth 

New Brunswick Middlesex 

New Durham Hudson 

New Egypt Ocean 

Newfield Gloucester 

Xewfoundland Morris 
New Germautown Hunterdon 

New Gretna Burlington 

Now Hampton Hunterdon 

New Lisbon Burlington 

New Market Middlesex 

New Monmouth Monmouth 

Newport Cumberland 

New Providence Union 

New Sharon Monmouth 

Newton Sussex 

New Vernon Morris 

New Village Warren 

North Branch Somerset 
North Branch Depot Somerset 

North Englewood Bergen 



County. 

Oakdale Hunterdon 
Oak Grove 

Ocean Port Monmouth 

Ogdensburg Sussex 

Old Bridge Middlesex 

Oiange Essex 

Oxford Furnace Warren 

Palmyra Burlington 

Parsippany Jforris 

Paskack Bergen 

Passaie Passaic 

Passaic Valley Morris 

Pattenburg Hunterdon 

Paterson Passaic 

Paulina Warren 

Paulsboro' Gloucester 

Peapack Somerset 

Pedriektown Salem 

Pemberton Burlington 

Pennington Mercer 

Penn's Grove Salem 

Peuu's Neck Mercer 

Pennwell Hunterdon 

Pepukating Sussex 

Perrineville Monmouth 

Perryville Hunterdon 

Perth Amboy Middlesex 

Petersburg Cape May 

Philipsburg Warren 

Pine Brook Morris 

Pitt's Grove Salem 

Pittstown Hunterdon 

Plainfield Union 

Plainsborough Middlesex 

Pleasant Run Hunterdon 

Pleasant Valley Sussex 

Pieasantville Bergen 

Pluckeraire Somerset 

Point Pleasant Ocean 

PointviUe Burlington 

Polkville Warren 

Pompton Passaic 

Pompton Plains Morris 

P.TtO'iMen Warr-n 

Port Elizabeth Cumberland 

Port Mercer Mercer 

Port Monmouth Monnr.outb 

Port Republic Atlantic 

Potter's Creek Ocean 

Potterstoivn Hunterdon 

Pottersville Hunterdon 

Princeton Mercer 

Progress Burlington 

Prospect Plains Middlesex 

Quakertown Huutrrdon 

Rahway Middlesex 

Ramsey's Bergen 

Rancocas Burlington 

Raritan Sumersei 

Raven's Rock Hunterdon 

Readington " 
Reaville 
Recklastown 
Redbank 
Riceville 
Ridgwood 
llingoe's 
Rio Grande 
Roadstown 
Robertsville 
Rohbinsville 
Rocksburg 
Rockaway 
Roekv Hill 
Rowland Mills 
Saddle River 
Salem 
Saltfrsville 
Sand Brook 
Schoulev's Mountain 51o 



Burlington 
Monmouth 



Hunterdon 

Cape May 

Cumberland 

Monmouth 

M 'rcer 

Warren 

Morri- 

Somerset 

Hunterdon 

Bergen 

Salem 

Hudson 

Hnnter<lon 



Schroalenburg 

Scotch Plains 

Soulltown 

Seaville 

Serepta 

Sergeautsville 

Shamoug 

Shark River 

Sharptown 

Shelltoirn 

Shiloh 

Shrewsbury 

Sidney 

Six Jlile Run 

Smith's Landing 

Somer's Point 

Somerville 

South Amboy 

South Branch 

South Brunswick 

South Orange 

South River 



Beigen 

Essex 

Salem 

Cape May 

Warren 

Hunterdon 

Burlington 

, Ocean 

Salem 

Ocean 

Cumlierland 

;Mnnmnnth 

Hunterdon 

Son er<"t 

Atlantic 

Sf mersat 
M it. dies 

Somerset 

Middle 

Ks 

Middlesex 



Post Office. 

parta 

ipotswood 

pringfleld 

.pringtown 

ipriug Valley 

ejuam Village 

.tan hope 
Stanton 

tephensburg 

tewartsville 
Still Valley 
'tillwater 

tockholm 

tockton 

uckasunny 
Summit 
S warts wood 
Sweedsborough 
Sykesville 
Tansborough 
Tinton Falls 
Titusville 
Tom's River 
Townsbury 
Townsend's Inlet 
Traniuility 
Trenton 
Tuckahoe 
Tuckerton 
Tumble 
Turkey 
Turnerville 
Tuttle's Corner 
Union 
Uniontown 
Unionville 

ihiseville 
Vernon 
Verona 
Vienna 

. Cento wn 
Viueland 
\\'ading River 
W, In ford 
^Valnut Grove 
Walnut Valley 
Wallpack Center 
W irreuville 
.sliiuL^ton 
.terfurd Works 
.terloo 
WatervUIe 
U'awayanda 
U'eebawken 
\''ertsville 

itville 
'Vest Bloomfield 
West Creek 
Westfi.-ld 
West Hoboken 
itMilford 
Weston 
Westville 
Weymouth 
Wbippany 
White Hall 
White House 
White Station 
Williamstown 
Windsor 
Winslow 
Wire town 
Woodbridge 

odbury 
VV^oodmansie 
\Voodport 
Woodstown 
Woodville 
Wrightstown 
W vkertown 
Yardville 
Yorktown 



County. 

Sussex 

Middlesex 

Essex 

Warren 

Bergen 

Ocean 

Sussex 

Hunterdon 

Morrij 

W^arren 

Sussex 

Sussex 

Hunterdon 

Morrig 

Essex 

Sussex 

Gloucester 

Burlington 

Camden 

Monmouth 

Mercer 

Oceay 

Warren 

Cape Man 

Sussex 

Mercer 

Cape Jfay 

Burlington 

Hunterdon 

Monmouth 

Camden 

Sussex 

Essex 

Middlesex 

Gloucester 

Mercer 

Sussex 

Essex 

Warren 

Burlington 

Cumberland 

Monmouth 

Morrig 

Warren 

Sussex 

Somerset 

Warren 

Camden 

Sussex 

Slorris 

Sussex 

Hudson 

Union 

Hunterdon 

Essex 

Ocean 

Union 

Hudson 

Passaio 

Somerset 

Gloucester 

Atlantic 

Morri* 

Hunterdon 

Hunterdon 

Camden 

Mercer 

Camden 

Ocean 

Middlesex 

Gloucester 

Ocean 

Jlorrii 

Salem 

Mercer 

Burlington 

Sussex 

Jlercer 

Salem 



Xcw York. 



Post Office. 
Academy 
Accord 
.\cra 
Adams 

Adams' Basin 
Adams' Center 
Adamsville 
Addison 
Addison Hill 
Adrian 
Adriauoe 
Afton 
Akron 



Co. n< '. 

Oiiiari* 

Ulster 

Greene 

Jeflerson 

.Monro* 

Jcfi'erson 

Washington 

Steuben 

SiL-uben 

Sttubun 

Dutchess 

Chenango 

En* 



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POST OFFICES NEW YORK. 



Pott Ofitt. 

Alaliamft 

Albiuiy 

Alluon 

Aldtn 

Alilt-n Center 

AUliT Hrook 

AlJiT Crtuk 

Alfxumlvr 

Alex:indria 

Alfrec 

Alfred Center 

All:>rd'8 Corners 

AUeganr 

Allen 

Alli'n Center 

Allen'D Uill 

Alma 

Almond 

Alpine 

Alps 

Altar 

Alton 

Altona 

Amtigansett 

Amber 

Ambo^- Center 

Ameuia 

Anieuia Union 

Ames 

Ameaville 

Amity 

Amityville 

Amsterdam 

Ananihile 

Ancram 

Aneram Lead Mine 

Andes 

Andover 

ilndrusville 

Angelica 

Angola 

Antwerp 

Apalacbin 

Apulia 

Arcadia 

Argosville 

Argyle 

Ark port 



Count}/- Post Office. 



County, 



Genesee ' 

Albany 

Orleans 

Eric 

Krie 

Franklin 

Oneida 

(J^'nc 



Jeflerson 

Allegany , 

Allegany 

Orange 

Oatturaugus 

Allegany 

Allegany 

Ontario 

Allegany 

Allegany 

Schuyler 

Rensselaer 

ScluivliT 

W:i"yn,' 

Clint. ui 

SnlVdlU 

Ononiiaga 

Oswego 

Dutcliess 

Dutchess 

Moutgcimery 

Ulster 

Orange 

SuHulk 

Montgomery 

Dutchess 

Columbia 

Columbia 

Delaware 

Alleganv 

Frankl.n 

Allegany 

Erie 

Jefferson 

Tioga 

Onondaga 

Way lie 

ehohario 

Ws-shingtou 

. , ■ . . „ Steuben 

Arkwright Summit 

Chuu'.aiique 



Armonk 

Arthursburg 

Ash'brd 

Ashland 

Astoria 

Athens 

Athol 

Atlanticrille 

Attica 

Attlebury 

Auburn 

Augusta 

Aurelius 

Aurieaville 

Aurora 

Ausable Forki 

Austerlitz 

Ava 

Avoca 

Avon 

Ayreshiro 

Babcock Hill 

Babylon 

Bacon Hill 

Bainbridge 

Baiting Hollow 

Bald Mountain 

Baldwinsvillo 

Ballston 

Ballston Center 

Bangall 

Bangor 

Barbourville 

Barkcrsville 

Barnes' Corners 

Barnerville 

Barre Center 

Barrington 

Barryt.iwn 

Barry villo 

Barton 

Batavia 

Batchcllcrvillo 

Bath 

Battenville 

Bay Ridge 

Beach Itidgo 

Bomns' Point 

Bearsville 

Beaver Brook 

Bearer Dams 

Beaver Kill 



Westcheste 

Dutchess 

Cattaraugus 

(ireeue 

Queens 

(Jreeue 

Warren 

Suffolk 

Wyoming 

Dutchess 

Cayugii 

On;ida 

Cayuga 

Montgomery 

Cayuga 

Essex 

Columbia 

Oneida 

Steuben 

Livingston 

Oienango 

Oneida 

Suffolk 

Sarato^M 

Chenaneu 

Suffolk 

Washington 

Onondaga 

Saratoga 

Saratoga 

Dutchess 

Franklin 

Delaware 

Saratoga 

Lewis 

Schoharie 

Orleans 

Yates 

Dutchess 

Sullivan 

Tioga 

Genesee 

Saratoga 

Steuben 

Washington 

K i ngs 

Niagara 

Chautauqua 

Ulster 

Snlli.'an 

Schuyler 

Sullivan 



Bedford 

Bed lord Station 

Beech Wood 

Beekman 

Beekraantown 

Ik-Uher 

Bel fast 

B^Ue Isle 

Belleville 

Heliport 

Bell vale 

lielmont 

Belvidere 

Bemus Heights 

Bemus Point 

Bennettsburg 

lieunet's Corners 

Bennett's Crek 

Bennettsville 

Beunington 

Benson 

Hen^nn Center 

Ki'ntnn 

Biuton Center 

Bergen 

Bergholtu 

Berkshire 

Berlin 

Berne 

Hernhard's Bay 

Bethany 

Bethany Mills 

Bethel 

Bethel Corners 

Bethlehem Center 

Big Creek 

Big Flats 

Big Hollow 

BiL' Indian 

Big Stream Point 

Big Tree Corners 

liingbampton 

Birdsall 

Black Brook 

Black Creek 

Black River 

Black Rock 

Blanvoltville 

Bleeker 

Blockville' 

Blodget Mills 

Bloomiugburg 

Bloomingdale 

Blooming Grove 

Bloomville 

Blossom 

Blossvule 

Blue Point 

Bluff Point 

Bolivar 

B.dton 

Bombay 

Bonny Hill 

Booneville 

Booth 

Borodino 

Boscobel 

Boston 

Boston Corners 

Bouckville 

Boutonville 

liov 



Pott Office. 



County. 



Westchester Brocton 
Wesleliester Broken Straw 
ille 



Bovina Valley 

Bnwen's Corners 

IJu\vnian3ville 

Boyd's Corners 

Boylston 

Bradford 

Brainard 

Braman'sCorners Schenectady 

Branchport Yati 

Brant Erie 

Brantingham Le 

Brasher Falls St. Lawrence 

Brasher Iron Works 

St. Lawren 



Sullivan 
Dutchess 
Clinton 
Washington 
Allegany 
Onondaga 
Jefferson 
Suffolk 
OrauL'e 
Alleganv 
Allegany 
Saratoga 
Chautauijua 
Schuyler 
Madison 
Steuben 
Chenanuo 
WyomiuL' 
Hamilton 
Hamilton 
Yate^ 
Yate^ 
Geuesec 
Niagara 
Tiog 
Kensselaer 
Albany 
Oswego 
Genesee 
Genesee 
Sullivan 
Cavuga 
Aliiani 
Steubeiv 
Chemung 
Greene 
Ulster 
Y''ate^- 
Erie 
Broome 
Al egaiiy 
Clinton 
Allegany 
Jefferson 
Erie 
Rockland 
Fulton 
Chautauiju 
Cortlan. 
Sullivai 
Essex 
Orange 
Delawan 
Erie 
Oneid 
Suffolk 
Yates 
Allegany 
Warr n 
Fraukbn 
Steuben 
Oneida 
Herkimer 
Onondaga 
Westcheste 
Er 
Columbia 
Madison 
Westchester 
Delaware 
Delaware 
Oswego 

Er 

Putnam 

Oswego 

Steuben 

Rensselae 



Post 



County, 



Brookfield 
Brooklyn 
Brook's Grove 
Broom Center 
Bro« nville 
Brushland 
Brush's Mills 
Bruynswick 
Buel 

Biiena Vista 
Buffalo 

Buffalo Plains 
Bull's Head 
Bullville 
Burdett 
liiii-ke 



Chautauqua Cedarville 
Chautauqua Central Bridge 
Westchester, Central Square 
Madison " 
Kings 
Livingston 



Brejikabeen 

Breesport 

Brewerton 

Brewster's Station 

Bridgehampton 

Bridgeport 

Bridgeville 

Bridgewater 

Brier Hill 

Brigham 

Brigliton 

Bristol 

Bristol Center 

Broadalbin 

Brockett's Bridge 

Brockport 



Schoharie 

Chemun: 

Onondat': 

Putnan 

Suffolk 

Madison 

Sullivan 

Oneida 

St. Lawrencr 

Chautanqek 

Monrof 

Ontario. 

Ontari.i 

Fulton 

Fulton 

Monroe 



ham 
Burlington 
Burlington Flats 
Burns 
Hurnsides 
Burnt Hills 
Burr's Mills 
Burtonsville 
Bushnell's Basin 
Bushnellsville 
Bushville 
Buskirk's Bri 
Busti 
Butterfly 
Buttermilk Falls 
Butternuts 
Byersville 
Byron 
Cabin Hill 
Cadiz 

Cadosia Valley 
Cadyville 
Cario 
Caldwell 
Paledonia 

C.illanan's Corners 
C alii coon 
Callicoon Depot 
Cambria 
Cambridge 
Camden 
Cameron 
Cameron Mills 
Camillus 
CampbelUown 
Campville 
Canaan 
(.Canaan Center 



Schohari 

Jefferson 

Delaware 

Franklin 

Ulster 

Montgomery 

Steuben 

Erie 

Erie 

Dutchess 

Orange 

Schuyler 

Friinklin 

Sullivan 

Otsego 

Otsego 

Allegany 

Orange 

Saratoga 

Jefferson 

Montgomery 

ilonroe 

Greene 

Sullivan 

e Washington 

Chautauque 

Oswego 

Orange 

Otsei" 



Herkimer 

Schoarieh 
Oswego 
Center Almoud Allegany 

Center Berlin Rensselaer 

Center Brunswick Rensselaer 
Center Cambridge Washington 
Center Canisteo Steuben 

Centerfield Ontario 

Center Lisle Broome 

Center Moriches Suflollc 

Centerport Sultolk 

Center Sherman Chautauque 
Centre Valley Otsego 

Center Village Broome 

C^nterville Allegany 

Center White Creek 

Washington 
Ceres Allegany 

Champion Jefferson 

Cliamplain Clinton 

Chapiuville Ontario 

Chappaqua Westchester 

Charleston Montgomery 

Charleston 4 Corners " 
Charlotte Monroe 

Charlotte Center Chautauque 
Charlotteville Schoharie 

Charlton Saratoga 

Chase's Mills St. Lawrence 



Chaseville 

Chateaugay 

Chateaugay Lake 

Chatham 

CI atham Center 



Livingston 



Otsego 
Franklin 
Franklin 
Columbia 
Columbia 



Genes 

Delaware 

Cattaraugus 

Delaware 

Clinton 

Greene 

Warren 

Livingston 

Albany 

Sullivan 

Sullivan 

Niagara 

Washington 

Oneida 

Steuben 

Steuben 

Ononilaga 

Steuben 

Tioga 

Columbia 

Columbia 



Canaan Four Corners Columhin 



anadi 
Canajoharie 
Cauandaigua 
Canarsie 
Canaseraga 
Canastota 
Candor 
Caneadea 
C inisteo 
Cannonsville 
Canoga 
Canton 

Cape Vincent 
Cardiff 
Carlisle 
Carlton 
Carmel 
Caroline 
Caroline Center 
Caroline Depot 
Carrollton 
Carte rsville 
Carthage 

Carthage Landing 
Cascade Valley 
Cassadaga 
Cassville 
(Jastle 

Castile Creek 
Ciistleton 
Catatnnk 
Catharine 
Cato 
Caton 
Catskill 
Cattaraugus 
(lauglid 



i;ayuga 
(' 



noy 



yutavillo 

tennvia 

lar Hill 
Cedar Lake 
Cedar Swamp 



On tar 

Montgome: 

Ontario 

Kings 

Allegany 

Madison 

Tioga 

Allegany 

Steuben 

Delaware 

Seneca 

St. Lawrence 

Jefferson 

Onondaga 

Schohari 

Orlean 

Putnam 

Tompkin 

Tompkin 

Tompkins 

Oattaraugu 

Oswego 

Jefferson 

Dutchess 

Brown 

Chautauciue 

Oneida 

Wyoming 

Broome 

Rensselaer 

Tioga 

Schuyler 

Cayuga 

Steuben 

Greene 

Cattaraugus 

Oswego 

Cay u (J 11 

Chemune 

Schuylei- 

IWadison 

Albany 

Herkimer 

Queen 



ChathanFourCornersColumbia 



Chaumont 

Chazy 

Cheektowaga 

Chemung 

Chemung Center 

Chenango Forks 

Cherry Creek 

Cherubusco 

Cheshire 

Cheshireville 

Cherry Valley 

Chester 

Chestertown 

Chestnut Ridge 

Chili 

China 

Chittenango 

Chittenango Falls 

Churehtown 

Churchville 

Cicero 

Cineinnatus 

Oircleville 

City 

City Island 

Clarence 

Clarence Center 

Clarendon 

Clarksburg 

Clark's Factory 

Clark's Mills 

Clarkson 

Clarkstown 

Clarksville 

Claryville 

Claverack 

Clay 

(Uayburgh 

Clayton 

Clayton Center 

Clayville 

Clear Creek 

Clermont 

Cleveland 

Clifton 

Clifton Park 

Clifton Springs 

Clinton 

Clinton Corners 

Clintondale 

Clinton Hollow 

Clinton Point 

Cliutouville 

Clockville 

Clove 

Clovesville 

Clyde 

Clymer 

Colileskill 

Cobleskill Center 

Cocheeton 

Coehecton Center 

Coeyman's 

Coeyniau's Hollow 

Cohocton 

Cohoes 



Jefferson 

Clinton 

Erie 

Chemung 

Chemung 

Chenango 

Chautauque 

Clinton 

Ontario 

Chenango 

Otsego 

Orange 

Warren 

Dutebt 

Monroe 

Wyoming 

Madison 

Madison 

Columliia 

Jlonroe 

Onondaga i 

Cortland 

Orange 

Dutchess 

Westchester 

Erie 

Brie 

Orleans 

Erie 

Delaware 

Oneida 

Monroe 

Rockland 

Albany 

Sullivan 

Columbia 

Onondaga 

Clinton 

Jefferson 

Jefferson 

Oneida 

Chautauque 

Columbia 

Os 

Monroe 

Saratoga 

Ontario 

Oneida 

Dutchess 

Ulster 

Dutehess 

Dutehess 

Clinton 

Madisou 

Dutchess 

Delaware 

Wayne 

Chautauque 

Schoharie 

Schoharie 

Sullivan 

Sullivan 

Albany 

Al bany 

Steuben 

Albany 



POST OFFICES — NEW YORK. 



39 



Post Office, 

Coila 

Colchester 

Cold Brook 

Colden 

Golden Centre 

Coldenham 

Cold Spring 

Cold Spring Hartor 

Colesville 

CoUaburg 

Collamer 

College Point 

Colliersville 

Collins 

Collins Center 

CoUinsville 

Collinwood 

Colosse 

Colton 

Columbia 



County, I 

Washington 

Delaware 

Herkimer 

Erie 

Erie 

Orange 

Putnam 

Suffolk 

Broome 

Orange 

Onondaga 

Queens 

Otsego 

Erie 

Eric 

Lewis 

Onondaga 

Oswego 

St. Lawrence 

Harkim 



Columbian Springs Herkimer 
Columbus Chenango 

Cominack Suffolk 

Comstock's Landing 

Washington 



Conesus 

Conesus Center 

Conesville 

Conowango' 

Conklin Center 

Couklinville 

Conquest 

Constableville 

Constantia 

Constantia Center 

Cooksburg 

Cook's Corners 

Coomer 

Cooper's Plains 

Cooperstown 

Coopersville 

Copake 



Pvst Office, County. 

De Bruce Sullivan 

Decatur Otsego 

Deertteld Oneida 

Dter Park Suffolk 

Deer River Lewis 

Defriestville Rensselaer 

De Kalb St. Lawrence 
DeKalbJunction St. Lawrence 



Livingston 

Livingston 

Schoharie 

Cattaraugus 

Broome 

Saratoga 

Cayuga 

Lewis 

Oswego 

Oswego 

Albany 

Franklin 

Niagara 

Steuben 

Otsego 

Clinton 

Columbia 



De Lancey 

Delhi 

Delphi 

Delta 

Denmark 

Deuisou 

Denning 

Depauville 

Depeyster S 

Deposit 

Do Ruyter 

De Witt 

Do, Wittville 

Dexter 

Diana 

Dickersonville 

Dickerson 

Diekerson Center 

Dix Hills 

Dobb's Ferry 

Doraville 

Dormansville 

Doty's Corner 

Dover 

Downsville 

Dresserville 

Dryden 

Duane 

Duanesburg 

DugW£ 



Copake Ironworks Columbia 

Copenhagen 

Coram 

Corbettsville 

Corfu 

Corinth 

Corning 

Cornwall 

Cornwall Landing 

Cornwallville 

Cortland Village 

Cottage 

County Line 

Coventry 

iCoventryville 

Covert 

Coveville 

Covington 

Cowaselon 

Cowlesville 

Coxsackie 

Craigsville 

Cranberry Creek 

Cranesville 

Crary's Mills 

Creek Center 

Creek Locks 

Crescent 

Cresco 

Crittenden 

Croghan 

Cropseyville 

Cross River 

Croton 

Croton Falls 

Croton Landing 

Grouse's Store 

Grown Point 

Crown Point Centre 

Crum Creek 

Crum Elbow 

Crnso 

Cuba 

Cuddebackvilla 

C.uchogue 

Cayler 

Cuylerville 

Dale 

Dairyland 

Dauby 

Dannemora 

Danube 

Dansville 

Darien 

Darien Center 

Davenport 

Davenport Center 

Dayton 

Dean's Corners 
Deaasville 



Dundee 
Dunkirk 
Dunnsville 
Durham 
Durhamville 
WIS Dwaar's Kill 
Suffolk Dykeman's 
Broome Kagle 
Genesee Eagle Bridge 
Saratoga Eagle Harbor 
Steuben Eagle Mills 
Orange Eagle Village 
Orange Earlville 
Greeiie Kast Amherst 
Cortland East Ashford 
Cattaraugus East Aurora 
Niagara East Avon 
Chenango East Beekmantown 
Chenango East Berkshire 

Seneca East Berne 
Saratoga fCast Bethany 
Wyoming East Bloomfield 

Madison East Boston 

Wyoming Kast Branch 

Greene Hast Candor 

Orange East Carlton 

Fulton East Chatham 

Montgomery 1 East Chester 



Madison 
Delaware 
Onondaga 
Oneida 
Lewis 
Herkimer 
Ulster 
Jefferson 
t. Lawrence 
Broome 
Madison 
Onondaga 
Chautauque 
Jefferson 
Lewis 
Niagara 
Franklin 
Franklin 
Suffolk 
Westchester 
Broume 
Albany 
Steuben 
Dutchess 
Delaware 
Cayuga 
Tompkins 
Franklin 
Schenectady 
Oswego 
Yates 
Chautauque 
Albany 
Greene 
Oneida 
Ulster 
Putnam 
Wyoming 
Rensselaer 
Orleans 
Rensselaer 
Wyorain^ 
Madison 
Erie 
Cattaraugus 
Erie 



Pott Office, 

East Kendall 

East Lansing 

East Leon 

East Line 

East McDonough 

East Maine 

East Marion 

East Moriches 

East Nassau 

East Newark Valley 

East New York 

East Norwich 

Easton 

East Orangeville 

East Otto ^, 

Bast Palerrffo 

East Palmyra 

East Pembroke 

East Penufield 

East Pharsalia 

East Pike 

East Pitcairn 



County, 

Orleans 

Tompkins 

Cattaraugus 

Saratoga 

Chenango 

Broome 

Suffolk 

Suffolk 

Rensselaer 

Tioga 

sKings 

Queens 

Washington 

Wyoming 

Cattaraugus 

Oswego 

Wayn 

Genesee 

Monroe 

Chenan 

Wyoming 

St Lawrence 



Post Office. 

Fair Haven 

Fair Mount 

Fairport 

Fair View 

Fairville 

Fallsburg 

Farmer 

Farmer's Mills 

Farmersvilla 

Farmingdale 

Farmington 

Farnham 

Fayette 

Fayetteville 

Felt's Mills 

Fenner 

Fentonville 

Feura Bush 

Fillmore 



County, 

Cayngi 

Onondaga 

Monroe 

Cattaraugus 

W ay ne 

Sullivan 

Seneca 

Putnam 

Cattaraugus 

Queens 

Ontario 

Erie 

Seneca 

Onondaga 

Jefterson 

Madison 

Chautauque 

Albany 

Allegany 



East Poestenkill 
East Porter 
East Randolph 
Kast Ripley 
East Rodman 
East Roxbury 
East Rushford 
East Salem 
East Sandy Creek 
East Schodack 
East Schuyler 
East Scott 
EastSetauket 
East Shelby 
East Springfield 
East Springwator 
East Troupsburg 
East Varick 
East Venice 
East Virgil 
East Wilson 
East Windham 
East WoodhuU 
East Worcester 
Eaton 

Eatonsville 
Ebenezer 
Eddystown 
Eden 
Ed en ton 
Eden Valley 
Eilenville 
Livingston , Edinburg 
Clinton I Edmeston 

"Tioga Edwards 
Albany Edwardsville 
Genesee Eddyville 
Ontario! Eggertsville 



St. Lawrence 

Warren 

Ulster 

Saratoga 

Kings 

Erie 

Lewis 

Rensselaer 

Westchester 

Delaware 

Westchester 

Westchester 

Dutchess 

Essex 

Essex 

Fulton 

Dutche 

Seneca 

Allegany 

Orange 

Suffolk 

Cortland 

Livingston 

Wyoming 

Ulster 

Tompkins 

Clinton 

Herkimer 

Livingston 

Genesee 

Genesee 

Delaware 

Delaware 



East Clarkson 
East Concord 
East Cobleskill 
East Constable 
East Creek 
EastDeKalb 
East Dickioson 
East Durham 
East Eden 
East Elba 
East Elma 
East Evans 
East Fishkill 
East Florence 
East Gaines 
East Gainesville 
East Gal way 
East Genoa 
East German 
East Glenville 
East Grafton 
East Granger 
East Greenbush 
East Greene 
East Greenwich 
Eait Groveland 
East Guilford 
East Hamburg 
East Hamilton 
c Hampton 



East Haverstraw Westchester 



Bast Hill 
,.. East Homer 
Cattaraugus East Houndsfield 
Saratoga East Java 
Oneida I East Jewett 



Madison Egypt 
Delaware Elba 
Tioga Elbri Ice 
Orleans Elgin 
Columbia Elizabethtown 
Westchester Elizaville 
Monroe EUenburg 

Erie EUenburg Center 
Schoharie EUenburg Depot 
Fr.anklin Eilenville 
Herkimer Ellery Center 
St. Lawrence EUicott 

Franklin EUicottsville 
Greene Ellington 
p:rie ElUsburg 
Genesee Elma 

Erie Elm Creek 
Erie iulmira 
Dutchess Elm Valley 
Oneida Elton 
Orleans Eminence 
Wyoming Emmonsburg 
Saratoga Enfield 

Cayuga Enfield Center 
Chenango Engellville 
Schenectady Ephratah 
Rensselaer Erieville 

Allegany Erin 
Rensselaer Erwin Centre 
Chenango Esopus 
Washington Esperance 
Livingston Essei 
Chenango Etna 
Erie Euclid 
Madison Evans 
Suffolk Evans' Mills 
Evansviile 
Livingston Exeter 
Cxrltand Fabius 
Jefferson Factory villa 



Rensselaer 

Niagara 

Cattaraugus 

Chautauqua 

Jefferson 

Delaware 

AUeganj 

Washington 

Oswego 

Rensselaer 

Herkimer 

Cortland 

Suffolk 

Orleans 

Otsego 

Livingston 

Steuben 

Seneca 

Cayuga 

Cortland 

Niagara 

Greene 

Steuben 

Otsego 

Madison 

Herkimer 

Erie 

Yates 

Erie 

St. Lawr 

Erie 

Orange 

Saratoga 

Otsego 

St. Lawrence 

St. Lawrence 

Cattaraugus 

Erie 

Monroe 

Genesee 

Ononda; 



Fishkill on the Hudson 

Dutchess 
Fergusonville 
Findley's Lake 
Fine 

Fire Island 
Fireplace 
Fisher's 
Fishkill 
Fishkill Plains 
Corners 



Flackville 

Flanders 

Flatbrook 

Flatbush 

Flat Creek 

Flat Lands 

Fleming 

Flemingsville 

Flint Creek 

Flora Falls 

Florence 

Florida 

Floyd 

Flushing 

Fluvanna 

Fly Creek 

Fly Mountain 

Folsomdale 

Fonda 

Fordham 

Forest 

Forestburg 

Forest City 

Forest Port 

Forestville 

Fort Ann 

Fort Covington 



Delaware 
Ch*tauque 
St. L wrence 
Suffolk 
Suffolk 
Ontario 
Dutchess 
Dutchess 
Cayuga 
St. Lawrence 
Suffolk 
Columbia 
Kings 
Montgomery- 
Kings 
Cayuga 
Tioga 
Ontario 
Rockland 
Oneida 
Orange 
Oneida 
Queens 
Chautauque 
Otsego 
Ulster 
Wyoming 
Montgomery 
Westchester 
Clinton 
Sullivan 
Tompkins 
Oneida 
Chautauqua 
Washington 
Franklin 



FortCovingtopCenterFraukliu 
Fort Edward Washi_ngtoa 

Fort Hamilton 
Fort Hunter 
Firt Miller 
Fort Montgomery 
Cattaraugus 1 Fort Plain 

Essex Fort Schuyler 
Columbia 1 Fortsville 
Clinton Fosterdftle 
Clinton; Fostervillo 
Clinton ; Fowler 
Ulster I Fowlerville 
Chautauque 1 Fraukfort 

Erie I Frankfort Hill 
Cattaraugus j Franklin 
Chautauque Franklin Falls 
Jefferson Franklinton 
Erie Franklinville 
Cattaraugus Fredonia 

Chemung Freedom Plain 
Allegany Freeport 
Cattaraugus Freetown Corners 
Schoharie \ Freeville 
Herkimer 1 Fremont 



Wyoming I Fair Dale 
Greene! Fairfield 



Tompkin 

Tompkins 

Sclioh.T,rie 

Fulton 

Madison 

Chemung 

Steuben 

. Ulster 

Schoharie 

Essex 

Tompkins 

Onondaea 

Erie 

Jeffer.ion 

Ulster 

Otsego 

Onourlaga 

Tioga 

Oswego 

Herkimer 



Fremont Center 
French Creek 
French Mountain 
Fresh Pond 
Frewsburg 
Frey's Bush 
Friend's Ferry 
Friendship 
Frontier 



Kings 

Montgomery 

Washington 

Orange 

Montgomery 

Westchester 

Saratoga 

Sullivan 

Cayuga 

St. Lawrence 

Livingston 

Herkimer 

Herkimer 

Delaware 

Franklin 

Schoharie 

Cattaraugus 

Chautauque 

Dutchess 

Queens 

Cortland 

Tompkins 

Sullivan 

Sullivan 

Chautauque 

Warren 

Suffolk 

Chautauqua 

Montgomery 

Cattaraugus 

Allegany 

Clinton 



Fullersville Iron Works 

St. Lawrence 



Fulton 

Fiiltonhara 

Fultonville 

Gaines 

Gainesville 

Gales 

Gaksville 

GalesviUe Mills 

Gallatinvillo 



Oswego 

Schoharie 

Montgomery 

Orleans 

Wyoming 

SiiUivan 

Washington 

Ulster 

Columbia 



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POST OFFICES NEW YORK. 



Poti Office. 

Oallnrvilla 

Gal way 

Gau«evoort 

Gardciivillo 

Oarduorsvilla 

Oaroga 

GarruttsTille 

Oarrisoa'a 

Ga^iiort 

Oatvs 

Garhcad 

Gccldcs 

GcncSL'O 

Ocuera 

Genoa 

Georgetown 

German 

Germantown 

Gerrv 

GctzVille 

Ghent 

Gibson 

OibsonviJIe 

Gilbirtf Milli 

Gilboa 

Oilman 

Olasco 

Glen Aubroy 

Glen Castle 

Glenoo Milla 

Glen Cove 

Glenluini 

Glen Haven 

Gknniore 

Olenu 

Glenn's Falls 

Glensdale 

Glenville 

Glenwild 

Glenwoud 

GloversviUe 

Goff-8 Mills 



Count j/. 

Scholiiirie 
Saratoga 
Saratoga 

Schnluirie 

Fulton 

Otiifo 

Putniim 

Nia^ura 

Wunroe 

Greene 

Onouilaga 

Livingston 

Ontario 

Caviiga 

Matlison 

Clu'nanixo 

Coin III bia 

Cluiutau-iue 

lOrii- 

Culnnit.iu 

Steuben 

Livingston 

Oswego 

Schoharie 

Hamilton 

UL.ter 

Briiiime 

Broome! 

Columbia! 

Queens 

Dutchess 

Cortland 

Oneida 

Montgomery 

Warren 

Lewis 

Schenectady 

Sullivan 

Erie 

Fulton 

Steuben 



Oolden's Bridge Westch 



Good Ground 
Gorham 
Goshen 
Gouvernaur 

Gowanda 

Graefcnburgh 

Grafton 

Grahamsville 

Granby Center 

(trand Island 

Granger 

(Jraugerville 

Grant 

Grant's Milla 

GranvilU 

Grass Kiv«r 

Oravesend 

Gravcsville 

Gray 

Great Bend 

Great Valley 

Greece 

Greenborough 

Greenbush 

Greene 

Greenfield 

Greenfield Center 

Green Haven 

Greeu Island 

Green Point 

Greenport 

Green River 

Greenville 

Greenwich 

Greenwood 

Greenwood Works 

Greig 

Greigsville 
Griflin's Corners 
Griffin's Mills 
Oriswold's Mills 
Groom's Corner 
Groton 
Groton City 

Groveland _ „.,„ 

rovernor's Corners Schoharii 

GaiMirlau(' Siation Albany 

Guilderland 

Ouilderland Center 

Guilford 

Guilford Center 

Gulf Summit 



:ter 



Sulfolk 

Ontario 

Or;uip:e 

St. Lawrence 

Cattarau,i;us 

Herkimer 

Rensselaer 

Sullivan 

Oswego 

Erie 

Allegany 

Saratoga 

Herkimer 

Delaware 

Wasliington 

St. Lawrence 

K i ngs 

Herkimer 

Herkimer 

Jefl'erson 

Cattaraugus 

Jlouroe 

Oswego 

Rensselaer 

Chenango 

L'lster 

Saratoga 

Dutchess 

Albany 

KiUL'K 

Sutiolk 

Columbia 

Greene 

Washington 

Steuben 

Orange 

Lewis 

Livingston 

Delaware 

Erie 

Washington 

Saratoga 

Tom,.kius 

Tompkins 

Livinirstou 



Pott Office. 

Haloottsville 

Hale's E.idy 

Half M.iou 

Hallo, k's Milla 

Hull's Corners 

Hallsj.ort 

llallsviUe 

Halscy Valley 

Hamburg 

Hamden 

Hamilton 

Hamlet 

Hamlin 
I Hammond 
' Hammondsport 

Hampton 
■Hancock 

llauforil's Landing 

Ilaunibal 

Hannibal Center 

llarilcusburgh 

Harford 

Harford Jlills 

Harlemville 

Harmony 

Harperstield 

Harpersville 

llarri.sburg 

Harris' HiU 

Harrison 

Harrisonville 

Hart's Corners 

Hart field 

Hartford 

Hanland 

Hart Lot 

Hart's Vi 

Hartwiek 



County. 

Delaware 

Delaware 

Saratoga 

Westebi.-ter 

Ontario 

Allcgauy 

Montgomerv 

Tioga 

Erie 

Delaware 

Madison 

Chautaniiue 

Monroe 

St. Lawrence 

Steuben 

^RV^ashington 

Delaware 

Monroe 

Oswego 

Oswego 

Ulster 



Post Office. 



County. 



Post Office. 



Hope Falls Hamilton 

Hopewell Ontario 

Hopewell Center Ontario 

Hopkinton St. Lawrence 



County. 



Kerhonkson Ulster 

Kctcham's Corners Saratoga 



Horicou 

Hornby 

Horuellsville 

n(,rseheads 

Houghton Creek 

Jliiusev ille 

Howaril 

Howell's Depot 

Howlett Hill 

Hubbardsville 

Hudson 

Hiighsonville 

Huguenot 

Hulburton 

Hull'sMills 

Huuie 

Humphrey 

Cortland Humphreyvillo 
CnrtlauJ riuuter 
Columbia Hunter's Land 
Chautauiiue Huntington 
Delaware I Hunt's Corners 
Broome Hunt's Hollow 
HnrlbutviUe 
Huiley 
Hurou 
Hyde Park 
Hyndsville 



Lewis 

Erie 

Westchester 

Lewis 

Westchester 

Chautanque 

Washington 

Niagara 

Onondaga 

Dutchess 

Otsego 



Hartwiek Seminary Otsego 
Harvard Delaware 

Hasbrouck Sullivan 

Haskall Flats Cattaraugus 
Haskiuvillo Steuben 

Hastings Oswego 

Hastiugs Center Oswego 

Hastings-upon-Hudson 

Westchester 
Hauppangue Suflolk 

Havanna Schuyler 

Haverstraw Rockland 

Havilland Hollow Puti.am 

Haw kinsville 



Hawleyton 

Haynesville 

Hebron 

Hecla Works 

Hector 

Hedgesville 

Helena 

Hemlock Lake 

Hempstead 

Henderson 

Henrietta 

Hensonville 

Herkimer 

Hermitage 

Hermon 



Oneida 

Broome 

Rensselae. 

Washington 

Oneida 

Schuyler 

Steu ben 

St, Lawrence 

Livingston 

Qui-ens 

JeBersou 

Jfonroe 

Greene 

Herkimer 

Wyomin," 

St. Lawrcnc 



Herrington'sCorners Chemung 
Hess Road Niagara 

Heuveltou St. Lawrence 

Hibernia Dutchess 

Hiekorr Corners N'"' 

Hieksville 

Highland ^ ,.,, 

Highland Nurseries Schuyl 



Higginsville 
High Falls 
Highland Mills 
Hillsborough 
Hillsdale 
Hill Side 
Hindsburg 
llinmansville 
j Hinsdale 
H"ag's Corner 
H„b:irt 



Queens 
Ulster 



On 

Ulster 

Orange 

Oneida 

Columbia 

Oneida 

('rleans 

Oswego 

Cattaraugus 

Rensselaer 

Delawar 



Hi 

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 
Jamesburg 
James port 
Jamestown 
Jamesville 
Jasper 
Java 

Java Center 
Java Village 
Jay 
Jeddo 
Jefferson 
Jeffersonville 



Wan 

S leu ben 

Steuben 

Chemung 

Allegany 

Lewi's 

Steuben 

Orange 

Onondaga 

Madison 

Columbia 

Dutchess 

Orange 

Orleans 

Dutchess 

AUegtiny 

Cattaraugus! 

Coluniliia 

Greene 

Schoharie I 

Suffolk ! 

Cortland 

Livingston | 

Oneida j 

Ulster 

Wavne I 

Dutchess 

Schoharie 

Herkimer 

Allegany 

Albany 

Hamilton 

Lewis 

Clinton 

Cayuga 

Albany 

Monroe 

Chautauijue 

Westchester 

Cattaraugus 

Suffolk 

Ya;es 

Yates 

Tompkins 

Washington 

Dutchess 

Tompkins 

Onondaga 

Queens 1 

Ulster I 

Suflolk I 

Chautauque 

Onondaga 

Steubeu 

Wyoming 

Wyoniinf: 

Wyoming 

Essex 

Orleans 

Sch(ihari( 

Sulliva 



Ketchumsvillo 

Kiantone 

Kidder's Ferry 

Killbuck 

Killawag 

Kinderhook 

Kingsboro' 

King's Bridge 

Kingsbury 

King's Ferry 

King's Park 



Tioga 

Chautauqu* 

Seneca 

Cattaraugus 

Broome 

Columbia 

Fulton 

New York 

Washington 

Cavuga 

New Vork 



King's Settlement Cheuanjo 

Kingston Ulster 
Kinney'sFourCornera Oswego 

Kirkland Oneida 

Kirkville Onondaga 

Kirkwood Broome 

Kirkyvood Centre Broome 

Knowersville Albany 



Jefferson Valley WoBtchest'ei 



Albany 

Albany 

Chenango 

Chenango 

Kroome 

Ontario 

Saratoga 

jj New York 

Hagaman's Mills Montgomerv 
"*^">-' Warren 

Hailesborough St. Lawrence 
Halcott Centre Greene 



Gynsum 
Hadley 
Uacrlem 



lloltman's Ferry Schenectady 

I og_ansburg Frankl 

Hid brook 

Holland 

Hoi land 'Patent 

Holley 

Holtsville 

Homer 

Il'.mowack 

Hoiieoye 

Honeoye Falls 

Hoojier 

por's Valley 



Hoosick 
Hooaick F.aU8 
Hope Center 



SuHoik 
Erie 
Oneida 
Orleans 
Suffolk 
Cortland 
Ulster 
Ontario 
Monroe 
Broome 
Tioga 
Rensselaer 
Rensselaer 
Hamilton 



Jcuksville 
Jericho 
Jerusalem South 

rusalem Station 
Jewett 

w ett Center 
Johnsburg 
Johnsonsburg 
Johnson's Creek 
Johnsonville 
Johnstown 
Johnsville 
Jonesville 
Jordan 
Jordanville 

t'^ . 

Junction 

Junius 

Kanona 

•vasoag 

Katonah 

Kattlcville 

Keek's Center 

Keefcr's Corners 

Keene 

Keene Flats 



Tioga 
Queens 
Queens 

Sueeiis 
reenc 
Greene 
Warren 
W"yoming 
N iagara 
Rensselaer 
Fulton 
Dutchess 
Saratoga 
Onondaga 
Herkimer 
Wayne 
Rensselaer 
Seneca 
Steuben 
Osyi'ego 
Westchester 
Broome 
Fulton 
Albany 
Essei 
E 



Keeney 's Settlement Cortland 



Keesevillo 

Kelloggsville 

Kendall 

Kendall JliUs 

Kendia 

Kennedy 

Keusico 

b'ent 

KenyoBTille 



Es ___ 

Cayuga 

Orleans 

Orleans 

Seneca 

Chautauiiue 

Westchester 

Putnam 

Orleans 



Knowlesville 
, Knox 

Knoxborough 

Kortright 

Kreischerville 

Kuckville 

Kyserike 

Kysorville 

Lackawack 

Lafargeville 

Lafayette 

Lafayetteville 

La Grange 

La Graugeville 

LairdsviUe 

Lake 

Lake Hill 

Lakeland 

Ljkeport 

Lake Ridge 

Lake Road 

Lakeville 

Lamb's Corners 

Lanisons 

Lancaster 

Langford 

Lansinglnirgh 

Lansingville 

Laona 

Lapeer 

La Salle 

Lassellsville 

Lau ranee 

Laurens 

Layvrenceville 

Layvion 

Layvyersville 

Lebanon 

Ledyard 

Lee 

Lee Center 

Leeds 

Leedsville 

LeesviUe 

Lenox 

Leon 

Leonardsville 

Le Raysvilla 

LeRoy 

Levanna 

Lewis 

Leyvisborough 

Lewiston 

Lexington 

Leyden 

Liberty 

Liberty Falls 

Libertj'villo 

Lima 

Limerick 

Limestone 

Linden 

Lindleytown 

Linklean 

Linlithgo 

Linn 

Lisbon 

Lisbon Center 

Lisha's Rill 



St. 



isle 



Litchfield 
Lithgow 
Little Britain 
Little Falls 
Little Genesee 
Little Neck 
Little Rest 
Little Utica 
Little Valley 
Little Y-'ork 
Liverpool 



Orleans 
Albany 
Oneida 
Delayvara 
Richmond 
Orleans 
Ulster 
Livingston 
Ulster 
Jefferson 
Onondaga 
Dutchess 
Wyoming 
Dutchess 
Oneida 
Wasliington 
Ulster 
Suffolk 
Madison 
Tompkins 
_ Niagara 
Livineston 
Broome 
Onouilaga 
Erie 
Erie 
Rensselaer 
Toinjikins 
Chautauijue 
Cortland 
Niagara 
Fulton 
Schuyler 
Ot.-ego 
Layvrence 
Orange 
Scholiarie 
Madison 
Cayuga 
Oneida 
Oneida 
Greene 
Dutchess 
Schoharie 
Madison 
Cattaraugus 
Madison 
Jefferson 
Genesee 
Cayuira 
Essex 
Westchester 
Niagara 
Greene 
Leyvis 
Sullivan 
Sullivan 
Ulster 
Livingston 
Jefferson 
Cattaraugus 
Genesee 
Steuben 
Chenango 
Columbia 
Onondaga 
St. Lay»rence 
St. Layvr._-nc8 
Albany 
Broome 
Herkimer 
Dutchess 
Orange 
Herkimer 
Allegany 
(Jueens 
Dutchess 
Onondaga 
Cattaraugus 
Cortland 
Ono»daga 



POST OFFICES NEW YORK. 



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Post Office. 



County 



Liringston Columbia 

Livingstonville Schoharie 

Livonia Livingston 

Livonia Station Livingston 

Lock Berlin Wayne 

Loch Sheldrake Sullivan 

Locke Cayuga 

Lockport Niagara 

Locust Glen Dutchess 

Locust Valley Queens 

Lodi Seneca 

Lodi Center Seneca 

Logan Schuyler 

Long Eddy Sullivan 

Long Island City Queens 

Long Lake Hamilton 

Long Neck Richmond 

Looneyvill-e Erie 

Loon Lake Steuben 

Lordville Delaware 

Lorraine Jefferson 

Lotville Fulton 
Louisville St. Lawrence 
Louisville Landing 

St. Lawrence 

Lowell Oneida 

Low Hampton Wasliington 

Low man Chomunii 

Lowville Lewis 

Loyd Ulster 

Ludingtonville Putnam 

Ludlowville Tompkins 

Lumberland Sullivan 

Lumberville Delaware 

Lutheraaville Schoharie 

Luzerne '\^'arreu 

LynJonville Orleans 

Lyons Wayne 

Lyonsdale Lewis 

Lyon's Falli Lewis 

Lysauder Onondaga 

Wabbettsville Dutchess 

iiacedou Wayns 

Macedon Center Wayne 

Maehias Cattaraugue 
Macomb St. Lawrence 

JleOlellan Franklin 

iWeConnellsville Oneida 

McDoiiough Chenango 

5(c(irawville Cortlaudt 

McKownsville Albany 

r.IcLean Tompkins 

JIa.lalin Dutchess 

Jiaiiison Sladisoii 
Jiadrid St. Lawrence 

JTagus Corners Seneca 

JIahopac Putnam 

51a ine Broome 

JIaldeu Ulster 

Walden Bridge Columbia 

Mallory Oswego 

Maple Hill Oswego 

Malone Franklin 

Jlaita Saratoga 

ilaltaville Saratoga 

Mamakating Sullivan 

Mauiaroneck Westchester 

icliester Ontario 
Slauchester Center Ontario 

Mandana Onondaga 

llauhasset Q)iieens 

Mauhatanville New' York 

Slauheim Herkimer 

Manlius Onoudaga 

Manlius Center Onondaga 

Manlina Station Onondaga 

Maunsville Jefierson 

Manorkill Schoharie 

Manorville Suflolk 

Manstield Dutchess 

Maple Grove Otsegn 

Marathon Cortlaudt 

Marbletown Ulster 

Marcellus Onoudaga 

Marcellus Falls Onondaga 

Marcy Oneida 

Marengo "NN^ayno 

Margarettville Delaware 

"ariaville Schenectady 

Marietta Onondaga 

Marilla Erie 
Mariners' Harbor Richmond 

Marion Wayne 

Harlsborough Ulster 

Marshall Oneida 

Marshfield Erie 

Harshland Richmond 

Harshville Montgomery 
Hartiudale Depot Columbia 

^lartiusburg Lewis 

vlartinsville Niagara 

ilartville Cayuga 



Post Office. Comity. 

Marvin Chautauque 

Maryland Otsego 

Masonville Delaware 

Maspeth Queens 
Masseua St. Lawrence 
Massena Center St. Lawrence 

Matteawan Dutchess 

Mattituck Suffolk 

Mayfleld Fulton 

Mayville Chautauque 

Mead's Creek Steuben 

Mechanicsville Saratoga 

Mecklenburg Schuler 

Medina Orleans 

Medusa Albany 

Medway Greene 

Mellenville Columbia 

Memphis Onondaga 

Jlendon Monroe 

Mendon Center Monroe 

Merchantville Steuben 

Meredith Delaware 

Meridian Cayuga 

Merrick Queens 

Merrillvilla Franklin 

Messengerville Cortland 

Mexico Oswego 

Middleburg Schoharie 

Middlefield Otsego 

Middlefield Center Otsego 
Middle Granville Washington 

Bfiddle Grove Saratoga 

Middle Hope Orange 

Middle Island Sufl'olk 

Middleport Niagara 

Middlesex Yates 

Jliddlesprita Fulton 

Middletown Orange 

Middleville Herkimer 

Milan Dutchess 

Milford Otsego 

Mill Brook Warren 

MiUen's Bay Jefferson 

Millerton Dutchess 

Miller's Plao Suffolk 
Millbiirn (changed to Corbetts- 

ville Oct. 5th) Broome 

Mill Grove Erie 

Mill Port Chemung 

Stills' Corners Fulton 

Mills' Mills Allegany 

JtiUville Orleans 

Jlilo Yates 

Jlilo Center Yates 

Milton Ulster 

Mina Chautauijue 

Minaville Montgomery 

Minden Montgomery 

Mindenville Montgomery 

Mincola Queens 

Slinerva Essex 

Minetto Oswego 

Minisink Orange 

Modena Ulster 

Moffett's Store Columbia 

Mohawk Herkimer 

Mol;awk Hill Lewis 

Moria Franklin 

Molino Oswego 

Jlongaup Sullivan 

Mongaup Valley Sullivan 

Monroe ' Orange 

Monroe Works Orange 

S'Ousev Rockland 

Jlontague Lewis 

Montezuma Cayuga 

Jtontgomery Orange 

Monticello Sullivan 

Jloodna Orange 

Moores Clinton 

Moores' Forks ClintoK 

Moravia Cayuga 

Moreau Station Saratoga 

Jlorehonseville Hamilton 

Moreland Schuyler 

Moresville Delaware 

Morganville Genesee 

Moriah Essex 

Jloriches Suffolk 

Jlorley St. Lawrence 

Morris Otsego 

Morrisania Westchester 

Morrisonville Clinton 
Morristown St. Lawrence 

Morrisville JIadison 

Moreston Sullijan 

Morton Corners Erie 

Moscow Livingston 

Mosherville Saratoga 

Mott Haven Westchester 

Mott's Corners Tompkins 

Mottville Onoudaga 



Post Office. 



County. 



Mount Hope Orange 

Mount Kisko Westchester 

Jfount Le>iauon Columbia 

Mount Morris Livingston 

Mount Pleasant Saratoga 

Mount Reed Monroe 

Mount Sinai Suffolk 

Mount Upton Chenango 

Mount Vernon Westchester 

Mount Vision Otsego 
Mount Washington Steuben 

Alumford Monroe 

Munsville Madison 

Murray Orleans 

Nannett Rockland 

Napanock Ulster 

Naples Ontario 

Napoli Cattaraugus 

Narrowsburg Sullivan 

Xashville Chautauque 

Nassau Rensselaer 

Natural Bridge JeiTerson 

Naumburg Lewis 

Navarino Onondaga 

Nelson Madison 

Neperan Westchester 

Neversink Sullivan 

New Albion Cattaraugus 

Newark Wayne 

Newark Valley Tioga 

New Baltimore Greene 

New Berlin Chenango 
New Berlin Center Chenango 

New Bremen Lewis 

New Brighton Richmond 

Newburg Orange 

New Castle Westchester 

New Centerville Oswego 

Newcomb Essex 

New Drop Richmond 

Newfane Niagara 

Newfield Tomjikins 

New Hackensaok Dutchess 

New Hamburg Dutchess 

New Hampton Orange 

New Hartford Oneida 

New Haven Oswego 

New Hope Cayuga 

New Hudson Allegany 

New Hurley Ulster 

New Kingston Delaware 

New Lebanon Coluniliia 
New LebanouCenter Columbia 
New Lebanon Spr'gs Columbia 

New Lisbon Otsego 

New London Oneida 

New Milford Orange 

New Ohio Broome 

New Oregon Erie 

New Paltz Ulster 
New Paltz Landing Ulster 

Newport Herkimer 

New Road Delaware 

New Rochelle Westchester 

New Russia Essex 

New Salem Albany 

New Scotland Albany 

New Springville Richmond 

Newtonville Albany 

Newtown Queen's 

New Utrecht Kings 

New Village Suflolk 

Newville Herkimer 

New Woodstock Sladison 

New York New York 

New York Mills Oneida 

Niagara Falls Niagara 

Nichols Tioga 
Nicholville St. Lawrence 

Nile Allegany 

Niles Cayuga 

Nincvah Broome 

Niskayuna Schenectady 

Niverville Columbia 
Norfolk St. Lawrence 

Norman's Kill Albany 

Xorth Adams Jefferson 

North Almond Allegany 

Northampton Fultcpii 

North Argyle Washington 

North Bangor Franklyi 

North Barton Tioga 

North Bay Oneida 

North Bergen Genesee 

Xorth Blenheim Schoharii 

Xorth Bloomfield Ontario 

Xorth Boston Erie 

Xorth Branch Sullivan 
X^orth Bridgewater Oneida 

North Broadalbin Fulton 

Xorth Brookfield Madison 

Xorth Buffalo Erie 



Post OfUce. 



County, 



North Cambridge Washington 
X^orth Cameron Steuben 

North Castle Westchester 

North Chatham Columbia 

X'orth Chemung Clieuiung 

North Chili Monroe 

X'orth Clarkson Jlonro* 

North Cohocton Steuben 

X^orth Colesville Bru.ime 

X^orth Copake Columbia 

X'orth Creek Warren 

X'orth East Center Dutchess 
X'orth Easton Washington 

Xorth Elba Essex 

Xorth Evans Erie 

North Franklin Delaware 

X'orth Gage Oneida 

North Gal way Saratoga 

X'orth Granville Wasliington 
Xorth Greece Monroe 

X'orth Greenfield Saratoga 
X'orth Greenwich Washington 
X'orth Guilford Chenango 

X^'orth Hamden Delaware 

X'orth Hammon St. Lawrence 
X'orLh Harpersfield Delaware 
X'orth Hartland X'iagara 

X'orth Haverstraw Rockland 
X'orth Hebron Washington 
X'orth Hector Tompkins 

X'orth Hempstead Queens 

X'orth Hoosick Rensselaer 

X'orth Hudson Essex 

North Huron We.yne 

North Jasper Steuben 

North .Java Wyoming 

X'orth Kortright De'laware 
North Lansing Tompkins 

North Lawrence St. Lawrence 
Xorth Linklaen Chenango 

North Litchfield Herkimer 
X'orth Manlius Onondaga 

North Nassau Rensselaer 

North Norwich Chenango 

Xorth Parma Monroe 

X^orth Pembroke Genesee 

Xurth Petersburgh Rensselaer 
North Pharsalia Chenango 
X'orth Pitcher Chenango 

Northport Suffolk 

X'orth Potsdam St. Lawrence 
North Reading Steuben 

X^orth Ridge Niagara 

X'orth Ridgeway Orleans 

North River Warren 

X'^orth Rose Wayne 

X'orth Rush Monroe 

X'orth Russell St. Lawrence 
X''orth Salem Westchester 

North Sanford Bruome 

North Scriba Oswego 

North Sheldon Wyoming 

North Shore Richmond 

Xorth Sparta Livingston 

X'orth StephentownRensseliier 
X'orth Sterling Cayuga 

X'orth Stockholm St. Lawrence 
X'orthumberland Saratnga 

Xorth Urbana Stenl en 

Xorth Victory Cavuta 

Xorthville Fulton 

X'orth Volney Oswego 

Xorth Western Oneida 

XorthWhiteCreekWashiuL'ton 
Xorth Wilna Jeflerson 

X'orth Winfield Herkimer 

X'orton Hill Greece 

X'orton's Mills Ontario 

Norway Herkimer 

X'orwich Chenango 

Nunda Livingston 

X'unda Station Livingston 

X'vaek Rockland 

X'vack Turnpike Rockland 
Oakfield Genesefl 

Oak Hill Gr.eno 

Oakland LiviuL-ston 

Oak Orchard Orleans 

Oak Point St. Lawrcnc* 

Oak's Corners Ontario 

Oaksville Otsego 

Oblong Dntchesg 

Odessa Schuyler 

Ogden Jloiiros 

Ogi'ensbnrgh St. Lawivnce 
Ohio Herkimer 

Ohioville Ulster 

Olcott Xing.iri 

Olean Cattaraugus 

Olive Ulster 

Olive Bridge Ulster 

Olmatedville Essex 



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POST OFFICES NEW YORK. 



Pott Qjffiee. 

Omar 

OiK'iila 

Oni-iila Castle 

Oui'iJa L^tku 

Oneida Valley 

Oni'onta 

Ouuudaga 

Onuiiilaga Castle 

OiiuniJai;a Valley 

Ouuvillo 

Ontario 

Ontario Centre 

Oppenheim 

Oramel 

Oran 

Orange 

Oraugeburgh 

Orangeport 

OrangcTille 

Oro.;iin 

Orient 

Orijkany 

Oriskauy Falls 

Orleans 



County. 
Jefferson 

thullHOU 

Oiieula 
Va<lisnn 
Jl.i.lis.in 

On"n.l:ii;:i 

Oiioii.l.i.'ii 

On>iii.l;ij:a 

Cattar:iu:;ns 

Wavue 

U'aViie 

FiiUon 

All.'-Mnv 

Sfub,ii 

R.ickUiiHl 

Niagara 

Wyoming 

Ohautaunue 

Suft'olk 

Onei.lu 

Onei.la 

Qatar 



Orleans Four Corners Jefftrsou 
Orwell Oswegu 

Osborn's BriJge F'ultou 

Osborne lIoUow Bioomr 

Osceola Lewis 

Ossian Livingston 

Oswego Cswegn 

Oswego Falls Oswegu 

Oswego Village Dutchess 

Otego Otsegii 

Otisco Onondaga 

Otisville Orange 

Otsdawa Otsego 

Otselic Chenango 

Otterville Orange 

Otto ■ Cattaraugus 

Ouaijuaga Broome 

Ovid Seneca 

Owasco Cayuga 

Owasco Lake Cayuga 

Owasco Valley Cavuga 

Owego Tioga 

Oxbow Jefferson 

Oxford Chenango 

Oxford Depot Oiauge 

Oviter Bay Queens 

Page's Corners Herkimer 

Paine's Hollow Herkimer 

Painted Post Steuben 

Palatine Montgomery 

Palatine Bridge Montgomery 
Palenville (Jreeue 

Palermo Oswe'u 

Palisades Rueklund 

Palmyra \Va\nr 

Pame'liaFourCorners Jiiicr.-nTi 
Panama ChautaiiMue 

Paris ()„J,la 

Parish Oswego 

Parishville St. Lawrence 

Parishville Centre 

St. Lawrence 
Parksville Sullivan 

Parma Jl.iuroe 

Parma Center Jlonroe 

Partridge Island Delaware 
Patchin li'-i.. 

Patchogue 
Patten's Mills 
Patterson 
Pavilion 
Pavilion Center 
Pawling 
Peaceville 
Pearl Creek 
Peaslyville 
Pecoiiia 
Pcekskill 
Pekin 
Pol ham 
Pembroke 
Penata>[uit 
Pendleton 
Pendleton Center 
Pentield 
Pentield Cente 
PennellviUo 
Penn Yan 
Peoria 
Pcpacton 
Perch River 
Perkinsville 
Perry 

Perry Center 
Peiry City 
^errysburg 
ferry's Mills 
Perryrillo 



Suffolk 

Washington 

Putnam 

Genesee 

Genesee 

Dutchess 

Cattarauiius 

\V\'oming 

Clinton 

Suffolk 

Westchester 

Niagara 

Westchester 

Geue^ee 

Suffolk 

Niagara 

Niagara 

Monn.c 

3(onroe 

Oswego 

Yates 

Wyoming 

Delaware 

Jeffer.ou 

Sleulien 

Wyoming 

Wyoming 

Schuyler 

Cattaraugus 

Clinton 

Madison 



Pott OJIice. 

Persia 
Perth 
Peru 

Peruville 

Poterboro' 

Petersburg 

I'liarsalia 

I'lielps 

I'lnladelphia 

Pliilipsport 



County. 

Cattaraugus 

Fulton 

Clinton 

Tompkins 

Madison 

Rensselaer 

Chenango 

Ontario 

Jefferson 

Sullivan 



Phillip's Creek Allegany 

Philniout Columbia 

Phwnicia Ulster 

PhiTuix Oswego 

Pienuont Rockland 

I'ierpont St. Lawrence 
I'ierrepont Manor Jefferson 

Piftard Livingston 

Pike Wyoming 

Pike Pond Sullivan 

I'ikeville Allegany 

Pillar Point Jefferson 

Pine's Bridge Westchester 

Pine Bush Orauvie 

Pine Creek Schuyler 

Pine Grove Steuben 

Pino Hill Ulster 

Pine Plains Dutchess 

Pine Valley Chemuug 

Pine Woods Miidisin 

i'inckney Lewis 

Pitcairn St. Lawrence 

Pitcher Chenango 

Pitcher Springs Chenango 

Pittsfield Otsego 

Pittsford Monroe 

Pittstown Rensselaer 

Plainville Onond.tga 

Plank Road Onondaga 

Plato Cattaraugus 

Plattekill Ulster 

Plattsburg Clinton 

Pleasant Brook Otsego 

Pleasant Plains Dutcliess 

Pleasant Ridge Dutchess 

Pleasant Valley Dutchess 

Pleasantville Westchester 

Plesis Jefferson 

"I y mouth Chenango 

Poestinkill Rensselaer 

Point Peninsula Jefferson 

Poland He/kimer 

Poland Center Chautau'iue 

fompcy Onondaga 

Pompey Center Onondaga 

I'oud l<5ddy Sullivan 

Poney Hollow Tompkin 



Poutiac 
Poulville 
Pope's Mills 
Poidar Ridge 
Portageville 
Port Bvron 



Erie 

Madison 

Saratoga 

Cayuga 

Wyoming 

"Cayuga 



Pott Office. 

Pultney 

Pultueyville 

Pulvor's Corners 

Purdy Creek 

Purdy's Station 

Purvis 

Putnam 

Quacenkill 

Quaker Hill 

Quaker Springs 

Quaker Street 

Quarryville 

Queens 

(Jueensbury 

Quogue 

Racket River £ 

Ramapo Works 

Randall 

Randolph 

Randolph Center 

Ransomville 

Rapids 

Rathboneville 

Raveuswood 

Rawson 

Rawson Hollow 

Raymertown 

Raymoudville 

Reading 

Heading Center 

Red Brick 

Red Creek 

Red Falls 

Redfield 

Re d ford 

Red Hook 

Red Mills 

Red Rock 

Tiedwood 

Reed's Corners 

Reidsville 

Remsen 



County. 

Steuben 

Wayne 

Dutchess 

Steuben 

Westchester 

Sullivan 

Washington 

Rensselaer 

Dutchess 

Saratoga 

Schenectady 

Ulster 

Queens 

Warren 

Suffolk 

it. Lawrence 

Rockland 

Montgomery 

Cattaraugus 

Broome 

Niagara 

Erie 

Steuben 

Queens 

Cattaraugus 

Tompkins 

Rensselaer 

St. Lawrence 

Steuben 

Steuben 

Sullivan 

Wayne 

Greene 

Oswego 

Clinton 

Dutchess 

Putnam 

Columbia 

Jefferson 

Ontario 

Albany 

Oueida 



RensselaerFalls St.Lawrenci 



Port Chester Westchester 

Port Crane Broome 

I^orter's Corners Saratoga 

Rort Ewcn Ulster 

I'ort Gibson Ontario 

I'ort Glasgow Wayne 

I'ort Henry Essex 

I'ort Jackson Montgomery 

I'ort .leffersou Suffolk 

I'ort Jcrvis Orange 

I'ort Kent Essex 

I'lirtland Ohaittauiiue 

i'ortlandville Otsego 

Port Leyden Lewis 

i'ort Ontario Oswego 

t'ort Richmond Richmond 

I'ortville Cattaraugus 

Port AV.ashington Queens 

^'ost Creek Chemung 

Potsdam St. Lawrence 

Potter Yates 

I'ottcr's Hill Rensselaer 

Potter's Hollow Albany 

Piittersville Warren 

Pnughkeepsie Dutchess 

Pouglujuag Dutchess 

Pouudridge Westchestei 

PTattsburg Steuben 

Pratts' Hollow Madison 

Prattsville Greene 

Preble Cortland 

i reston Chenango 

I'reston Hollow Albany 

Prince's Bay Richmond 

Princetown Schenectady 

Prospect Oneida 

1 rotection Erie 

Providence Saratoga 

Pulaski Oswego 



Reusselaerville 

Reserve 

Rexford Flats 

Rexville 

Reynale's Basin 

Reynoldsville 

Rhinebeck 

Rhine Cliff 

Richburg 

Richfield 

Richfield Springs 

Riehford 

Richland Station 

Richmond 

Richmond Mills 

Richmondville 

Richville S 

Rider's Mills 

Ridge 

Ridgebury 

Ridge Road 

Ridgeway 

Ril'ton Glen 

Riga 

Riker's Hollow 

Ripley 

Risingville 

Riverdale 

River Head 

Robert's Corners 

Hobertsonville 

Rochester 

Rockaway 

Rock City 

Rock City FaUs 

Rockdale 

Rockland 

Rockland Lake 

Rock Rift 

Rock Stream 

Rockville 

Rockville Center 

Roekwood 

Rodman 

Rome 

Romulus 

Romulus Center 

Rondout 

Root 

Rose 

Roseboom 

Rose Hill 

Rosendale 

Roslyn 

Rossie 

Rossville 

Rouse's Point 

Roxbury 

Royal ton 



Albany 

Erie 

Saratoga 

Steuben 

Niagara 

Schuyler 

Dutchess 

Dutchess 

Allegany 

Otsego 

Otsego 

Tioga 

Oswego 

Richmond 

Ontario 

Schoharie 

t. Lawrence 

Columbia 

Livingston 

range 

Niagara 

Orleans 

Ulster 

Monroe 

Steuben 

Ohautauque 

Steuben 

Westchester 

Suffolk 

Jefferson 

Sullivan 

Monroe 

Queens 

Dutchess 

Saratoga 

Chenango 

Sullivan 

Rockland 

Delaware 

Yates 

Allegany 

Queens 

Pulton 

Jefferson 

Oneida 

Seneca 

Seneca 

Ulster 

Montgomery 

Wayne 

Otsego 

Seneca 

Ulster 

Queens 

St. Lawrence 

Richmond 

Clinton 

Delaware 

Niagara 



Post Office. 


County. 


Rulandville 


Schoharie 


Rural Hill 


Jefferson 


Rush 


Monroe 


Rush ford 


AUegauy 


Rushville 


Y'ate* 


Russell St. Lawrence 


Russia 


Herkimer 


Rutland 


Jefferson 


Rye 


Westchester 


Rynex's Corners 


Schenectady 


Sackett's Harbor 


Jefferson 


Sageville 


Hamilton 


Sag Harbor 


Suffolk 


Saint Andrews 


Orange 


Saint Helena 


Wyoming 


Saint James 


Suffolk 


St. Johusville 


Montgomery 
Niagara 


St. Johusburg 


St. Lawrence 


Jefferson 


Salamanca 


Cattaraugus 


Salem 


Washington 


Salem Center 


Westchester 


Salina 


Onondaga 


Salisbury 


Herkimer 


Salisbury Center 


Herkimer 


Salisbury Mills 
Salmon River 


Orange 


Oswego 


Salt Point 


Dutchess 


Salt Springville 


Otsego 


Sammonsville 


Fulton 


Samsonville 


Ulster 


Sand Bank 


Oswego 


Sanborn 


Niagara 


Sandburgh 


Sullivan 


Sand Lake 


Rensselaer 


Sandusky 


Cattar.augu3 


Sandy Creek 


Oswego 


Sandy Hill 


Washington 


Sanford 


Broome 


Sanford's Corners Jefferson 


Sangerfield 


Oneida 


Saranac 


Clinton 


Saranac Lake 


Franklin 


Saratoga Springs 


Saratoga 


Sardinia 


Erie 


Saugerties 


Ulster 


Sauquoit 


Oneida 


S.avannah 


Wayne 


Saville 


Orange 


Savona 


Steuben 


Scarborough 


Westchester 


Sayville 


Suffolk 


Scarsdale 


Westchester 1 


Schaghticoke 


Rensselaer 1 


Schenectady 


Schenectady, 


Schenevus 


Otsego 


Schodack Center 


Rensselaer I 


Schodack Depot 


Rensselaer i 


Schodack Landing Rensselaer 


Schoharie 


Schoharie 


Schroon Lake 


Essex 


Schroon River 


Essex 


Schultzsville 


Dutchess 


Schuyler's Falls 


Clinton 


Schuyler's Lake 


Otsego 


Schuylcrsville 


Saratoga 


Scio 


Allegany 


Sciota 


Clinton 


Scipio 


Cayuga 


Scipioville 


Cayuga 


Sconondoa 


Oneida 


Scotch Bush 


Montgomery 


Scotchtowu 


Orange 


Scotia 


Schenectady 


Scott 


Cortland 


Scottsburg 


Livingston 


Seottsville 


Slonroe 


Scriba 


Oswego 


Searsburg 


Tompkins 


Searsville 


Orange 


Seely Creek 


Chemung 


Selden 


Suffolk 


Sempronius 


Cayuga 


Seneca 


Schuyler 


Seneca Castle 


Ontario 


Seneca Falls 


Seneca 


Seneca River 


Cayuga 


Sennet 


Cayuga 


Setauket 


Suffolk 


Seward 


Schoharie ' 


Seymour 


Allegany 


Shandakon 


Ulster 


Sharon 


Schoharie 


Sharon Center 


Schoharie 


Sharon Springs 


Schoharie 


Sharon Station 


Dutchess 


Shavertown 


Delwarca 


Shawaugung 


Ulster 


Shawnee 


Niagara 


Shed's Corners 


Madison 


Sheenwater 


Erie 


Shelby 


Orlean 



POST OFFICES — NEW YORK. 



43 



Post Office. 



County. 



Post Office. 



County. 



Poit Office. 



Shelby Baain Orleans 

Sheldon 'Wyoming 

Sheldrake Seneca 

Shelter Island Suffolk 

Sherburne Chenango 

Sncridau Chautauque 

Sherman Chautauque 

Sherman Hollow Yates 

Sherwood's Cayuga 

Shiu Creek Sullivan 
Shiugle Creek St. Lawrence 

Shirley Erie 

Shokan Ulster 

Shougo Allegany 

Short3ville Ontario 

Short Tract Allegany 

Shrub Oak Westchester 

Shiishan Washington 
Shutter's Corners Schoharie 

Sidney Delaware 

Sidney Center Delaware 

Sidney Plains Delaware 

Siloam Madison 

Silver Creek Chautauque 

Silver Lake Clinton 

Sing Sing Westchester 

Skaneateles Onondaga 

Slate Hill Orange 

SlaterviUe Washington 

Sloausvilla Schoharie 

Sloatsburg Rockland 

Smith's Basin Washington 

Smithsboro' Tioga 

Smith's Mills Chautauque 

Smithtown Suffolk 
Smithtown Branch Suffolk 

Smith's Valley Schuyler 

Smithville Jefferson 

Smithville Flats Chenango 

Smoky Hollow Columbia 

Smyrna Chenango 

Sodus Wayne 

Sodus Center Wayne 

Sodus Point Wayii 

Solon Cortland 

Solsville Madison 

Somers Westchest 

Somerset Niagara 
Somerville St. Lawrence 

Sonora Steuben 

South Addison Steuben 

South Alabama Genesee 

South Albion Oswego 

South America Dutchess 

Southampton Suffolk 

South Argyle Washington 

South Avon Livingston 

South Balstou Saratoga 

South Barre Orleans 

South Berlin Rensselaer 

South Berne Albany 

South Bolivar Allegany 

South Bombay Franklin 

South Bradford Steuben 

South Bristol Ontario 

South Brookticld Madison 

South Butler Wayne 

South Byron Genesee 

South Cairo Greene 

South Champion Jefferson 

South Columbia Herkimer 

South Corinth Saratoga 

South Cortland Cortland 
South Cotton St. Lawrence 

South Danby Tompkins 

South Dansville Steuben 

South Dayton Cattaraugus 

South Dover Dutchess 

South Durham Greeni 

South Easton Washington 

South Edmeston Otsego 
South Edwards St. Lawrence 

South Gal way Saratoga 
South fiardnersville Orange 

South Gilboa Schoharie 
South Glenn's Falls Saratoga 

South Granby Oswego 

South Granville Washington 

South Hamilton Madison 

South Hannibal Oswego 

South Hartford Washington 

South Hartwick Osiego 

South Haven Suffolk 

: South Hill Steuben 

South Howard Steuben 

South Kortright Delaware 

South Lansing Tompkins 

South Lima Livingston 

South Livonia Livingston 
South New Berlin Chenango 

Soutliold Suffolk 

South Onondaga Onondaga 



South Otselio 
South Owego 
South Oxford 
South Plattsburg 
South Plymouth 
Southport 
South Pultney 
South Richland 
South Rutland 
South Salem 
South Sand Lake 
South Schodack 
South Side 
South Sodus 
SouthStephentown Rensselaer 
th Stockton Chautauque 
South Thurston Steuben 

South Trenton Oneida 

South Troupsburg Steubes 
South Valley Otsego 

Southville St. Lawrence 



Chenango; Summit Station 
Tio^a Suspension Bridg 
Chenango Swains 

Clinton j Swale 

Chenango I Sweden 

Chemung ! Syosset 

Steuben Syracuse 

Oswego] Taberg 

Jefferson i Taghkanick 



Westchester 
Rensselaer 
Rensselaer 
Richmond 
Wavne 



South Wales 
South Westerlo 
Southwest Osweg 
South Wilson 
South Worcester 
Spafford 
Spafford Hollow 
Sparrow Bush 
Sparta 
Speedville 
SpeiiCer 
Spenoerport 
Spencertown 
Speonk 
Spooner's Corners 



Erie 

Albany 

Oswego 

Niagara 

Otsego 

Ouondaga 

Onondaga 

Ora 

Livingston 

Tompkins 

Tioga 

Monroe 

Columbia 

Suffolk 

Otsego 



Tallman 

T.annersville 

Tappantown 

Tarrytown 

Taylor 

Taylorsville 

Terry's Corners 

Texas 

Texas Valley 

The Clove 

The Corner 

The Glen 

Theresa 

Tue Square 

Thompson's Stat 

Tliompsonville 

Thorn Hill 

Three Mile Bay 

Three River Point Onondaga 



County. 

Onondaga 

) Niagara 

Allegany 

Steuben 

Monroe 

Queens 

Onondaga 

Oneida 

Columbia 

Rockland 

Greene 

Rockland 

Westchester 

Cortland 

Ontario 

Cliemuiig 

Oswegu 

Cortland 

Ulster 

Ulster 

Warren 

Jefferson 

Cayuga 

on Suffolk 

Sullivan 

Onondaga 

Jefferson 



Spraker's Basin Montgomery 



Spring Brook 
Springfield 
Springfield Centre 
Spring Mills 
Springs 
Spring Valley 
Springville 
Spriugwater 
Sprout Brook 
Sprout Creek 



Erie 

Otsego 

Otsego 

Allegany 

Suffolk 

Rockland 

Erie 

Livingston 

Montgomery 

Dutchess 



Spuyten Duyvil Westchester 

Staatsburg Dutchess 

Stafford 

Stamford 

Stanard's Corners 

Stamfordville 

Stanley Corners 

Stanwix 



Stapleton 

Starkey 

Starkville 

State Bridge 

State Road 

Steamburg 

Stedman 

Stephens' Mills 

Stepheutown 

Sterling 

Sterling Bush 

Sterling Valley 

Sterlingville 

Steuben 

Stevensville 

Stillville 

Stillwater 

Stillwater Center 

Stockbridge 

Stockholm St. Lawrence 

StockholmDepot St.Lawrenc 

Stockport Columbi 

Stockport Station Delaware 



Genesee 

Delaware 

Allegany 

Dutchess 

Ontario 

Oneida 

Richmond 

Yates 

Herkimer 

Oneida 

Chemung 

Cattaraugus 

Chautauque 

Steuben 

Rensselaer 

Cayuga 

Lewis 

Cayuga 

Jefferson 

Oneida 

Sullivan 

Oneida 

Saratoga 

Saratoga 

Madison 



Stockton 
Stokes 

Stone Arabia 
Stone Church 
Stone Mills 
Stone Ridge 
Stony Brook 
Stormville 
Stowell's Corners 
Strait's Corners 
Stratford 
Stratton's Falls 
SDrykersville 
Stuyvesant 
Stuyvesant Falls 
Success 
Sufferns 
Suffolk 
Sugar Hill 
Sugar Loaf 
Sugartown 
Suilivanville 
Summer Hill 
Summit 



Chautauque 

Oneida 

Montgomery 

Geuese 

Jefferson 

Ulst 

Suffolk 

Dutch 

Jefferson 

Tioga 

Fulton 

Delaware 

Wyoming 

Columbia 

Columbia 

Suffolk 

Rockland 

Suffolk 

Steuben 

Orange 

Cattaraugus 

Chemung 

Cayug 

Sohohaire 



Throopsville 

Thurman 

Thurston 

Ticonderoga 

Tioga Center 

Tivoli 

Toddsville 

Tomhannock 

Tompkins' Cove 

Tompkiusville 

Tonawanda 

Tottensville 

Towlesville 

Towners 

Town Line 

Townseud 

Townsendville 

Tracy Creek 

Transit Bridge 

iremont 

Trenton 

Trenton Falls 

Triangle 

Tribes Hill 

Troupsbury 

Trout Creek 

Trout River 

Troy 

Trumansburg 



Post Office. 

Van Buren Center 

Van Etten 

Van Ettenville 

Van HornesviUe 

Varick 

Varna 

Varysburg 

Venice 

Venice Center 

Vcrbank 

Vermillion 

Vermont 

Vernon 

Vernon Center 



County. 



Cayugii 

Warren 

Steuben 

Essex 

Tioga 

Dutchess 

Otsego 

Rensselaer 

Rockland 

Richmond 

Erie 

■Richmond 

Steuben 

Putnam 

Erie 

Chemung 

Seneca 

Broome 

Allegany 

Westchester 

Oneida 

Oneida 

Broomti 

Montgomery 

Steuben 

Delaware 

Franklin 

Rensselaer 

Tompkins 



Verplanck 

Versailles 

Vesper 

Vestal 

Vestal Center 

Veti.'ran 

Victor 

Victory 

Victory Mills 

Vienna 

Villanova 

Virgil 

Vischer's Ferry 

Vista 

Voak 

Volney 

Volusia 

Waddington 



Onondaga 

Chemung 

Chemung 

Herkimer 

Seneca 

Tompkins 

Wyoming 

Cayuga 

Cayuga 

Dutchesa 

Oswego 

Chautauqut 

Oneida 

Oneida 

Oneida 

Westchester 

Cattaraugus 

Onondaga 

Brooms 

Broomfl 

Chemung 

Ontaria 

Cayugo 

Saratoga 

Oneida 

Chautauqua 

Cortland 

Sar.ltoga 

Westchester 

Yates 

Oswego 

Chautauque 

St. Lawrence 



Trumansburg Landing Seneca 
Trumbull Corners Tompkiu 



Truxton 

Tuckahoe 

Tully 

TuUy Valley 

Turin 

Turner's 

Turnwood 

Tuscarora 

Tuscarora Centre 

Tuthill 

T( re 

Tyrone 

Ulsterville 

Unadilla 

I nadilla Center 

Una 1 ilia Forks 

Underwood 

Union 

Union Center 

l'ni"n Cliurch 

Union Corners 

Union Falls 

Union Grove 

Union Mills 

Union Settlement 

Union Society 

Union Springs 

Union Square 

Union Valley 

Unionville 

Upper Aquebogue 

Upper Jay 

Upper Lisle 

Upper Red Hook 

Utica 

Vail' 3 Gate 

Vail's Mills 

V.alatie 

Valcour 

Valhalla 

Valley Falls 

Val Ionia Springs 

Van Buren 



Cortland 

Westchester 

Onondaga 

Onondaga 

Lewis 

Orange 

Ulster 

Livingston 

Steuben 

Ulster 

Seneca 

Steuben 

Ulster 

Otse<o 

Ot: 

Otsego 
Broome 
Broome 
Broo 
Albo 
Livinist n 
Clinton 
Delawar. 
Fulcon 
Oswego 
Greene 
Cayug:. 

OsWet'O 

Cortlanil 
Orance 
Suffolk 



Wadham's Mills Es 

Wading River Suffolk 

Walden Orange 

Wales Erie 

Wales Center Erie 

Walesville Oneida 

Walker's Valley Ulster 

Wallace Steuben 

Walmore Niagara 

Walton Delaware 

Walworth Wayne 

Wampsville Madison 

Wappinger's Falls Dutchess 



Ward 

Wardbo rough 

Warnerville 

Warren 

Warrensburg 

Warren's Corners 

Warsaw 

Warwick 

Washington 

Washington Hollow 

Washington Mills 

Wassaic 

Waterburv 

Waterford 

Waterloo C. H. 

Waterloo Mills 

Waterport 

Water'town 

\\'atervale 

Water Valley 

Waterville 

Watervliet Center 

Watkins 

Watson 

Watt's Flats C 

Waverly 

Wawarsing 

Wavland Depot 

Wayne 

Wavne Centre 



Allegany 

Warreu 

Schoharie 

Herkimer 

Warren 

Niagara 

Wyoming 

Orange 

Dutchess 

Dutchess 

Oneida 

Dutchess 

Tompkins 

Saratoga 

Seneca 

Oranga 

Orleans 

Jefferson 

Onondaga 

Erie 

Oneida 

Albany 

Chemung 

Lewis 

hautauqua 

Tioga 

Ulster 

Steuben 

Steuben 

Wavne 



Wavne P'o.ir Corners Steuben 



Esse 

Broon 

Dutchess I 

Oneida' 

Orange; 

Fulton, 

Columbia 

Clinton! 

Westchester I 

Rensselaer 

Broom'' 1 

Ononda^ft 



Weavertown 
Webb's Mills 
Webster 
Weedsport 
Wegatchie 
Wells 
Wellsburg 
Wells' Corner 
Wellsville 
Weltonvillc 
West Addison 
West Albauy 
West .-Vlmond 
West Amboy 
West Itainbridge 
West Bangor 
West liarre 
West Batavia 
West Ber.'en 
West Berne 
West Bloomfield 
West Branch 
West Brighton 
West Brook 
West Broukville 



Warren 

Chemung 

Monroe 

Cayuga 

St. Lawrence 

Hamiltoa 

Chemung 

Orange 

Allegany 

Tioga 

Steuben 

Albany 

Allegany 

Oswego 

Chenaui^a 

Franklin 

Orleans 

Gmesee 

Genesee 

A 1 oany 

Ontario 

Oneida 

Monroe 

Delaware 

SuUivuQ 



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POST OFFICES NEW YORK — NORTH CAROLINA. 



Poft Ogice. 

West nnrlington 

W.-st It.itler 
West On III lion 
West Ciimcrou 
West Camp 
Vi-st Oan.lor 
West r:irlt(m 
West ClmrUon 
West Clii«v 
Westelu-ster 
West Clarksville 
West Colesvillo 
West Conesville 
West ConstiiMe 
West Uaiiby 
West Davcaport 
West Day 
West Dresden 
West Uryden 
West Ka'ton 
West Kdmeston 
Wcsterl" 
Westerr.villo 
West Kxeter 
West F.ilU 
West Farmington 
W<st Farms 
West Favetto 
Westfield 
Westfnrd 
West Fort Ann 
West Fulton 
West Oalvray 
West Gil boa 
W 



Cuunty. 

tseRO 

Cavutra 

Wavno 

Oiu'ida 

SteiiI.en 

Vlst.r 

T.oga 

Orleans 

Saratoga 

Clinton 

Westclu'St.T 

Alleiianv 

Hr.ioni'e 

SclioliMrie 

Frank 1 111 

Tuin|ikins 

Delaware 

Saratosa 

Yates 

Tompkins 

JIadison 

Otsego 

Alliaiiy 

Oneida 

Otsego 

Erie 

Ontario 

Westchester 

Seneca 

Chautau'iue 

Otsego 

Wasliington 

Schoharie 

Fulton 

Schoharie 



Pott Office. 

Wheeler 
White Creek 
Whitehall 

White Lake 

Wliite I'laina 

Whitesl.urg 

Corners 



Count;/. 

Steufcen 
Washington 
Washington 
Sulliviiu 
Westchester 
Fultou 
Erie 
Whiteside's Corners Saratoga 
White's Store Chenango 

Wliite Stone Oiieens 

Whitestowu Oneida 

Wliitesville Allegany 

Wliitnev's Crossing Allegany 
Whitney's Point Broome 

AViU.iir" Ulster 

AVileysville Steuben 

Willet Cortland 

William'sBridge Westchester 



Pott Office. 



County, 



X Gran ville Comers 

Washington 



West Oreece 
West Greenfield 
West Greenwood 
West Groton 
West Hamburg 
West Hampton 
West Hebron 
West Henrietta 
West Iloosick 
West Hurley 
West Jasper 
West .Tiinius 
West K< ndall 
West Kill 
West Kortright 
West Laurens 
West Leyden 
West Lowville 
West Mticedou 
West Martinsburg 
West Meredith 
West Milton 
West Monroe 
AVestnioreland 
West Newark 
Weston 
West Oneonto 
West Perth 
West Plattsburg 
West Point 
Westport 
West Potsdam 
West ProTid 



Monroe 

Saratoga 

Steuben 

Tompkins 

Erie 

Suffolk 

Washington 

Monroe 

Rensselaer 

Ulster 

Steuhen 

Si'n.'ca 

Orleans 

Gre./ne 

Delaware 

Otsego 

Lewis 

Lewis 

Wayne 

Lewis 

Delaware 

Saratoga 

Oswego 

Oneida 

Tioga 

Steuben 

Otsego 

Fult6n 

Clinton 

Orange 

Essex 

St. Lawrence 

. : Saratoga 

WestRiehmondvilie Schoharie 
West Rush Monroe 

West Sand Lake Rensselaer 
West Schuyler Herkimer 

West Seneca Erie 

West Seneca Center Erie 

West Shandaken Ulster 

West Shelby Orleans 

>\ est Scimers Westchester 

West Somerset Niagara 

AVest Stephentown Rensselaer 
West Stockholm St. Lawrence 
West Tujrhanick Columbi 

West Town 
West Township 
West Troll psburjr 
WestTro 



Williamsburg 

Williamson 

Williamstown 

WilliamsviUe 

Will ink 

Willsboro' 

Willseyville 

Wilmington 

Wilna 

Wilson's 

Wilson's Creek 

Wilton 

Windham Center 

Windsor 

Winfield 

Wing's Station 

Winspear 

Wiscoy 

Wolcott 

Wolcottsville 

VA'olf Hill 

VVoodbourne 

Woodbury 

VVoodhull 

Woodland 

Wood's Falls 

Woodside 

Woodstock 

Woodville 

Woodward's Hollow 

Wurcestsr 

Worthville 

Wright's Corners 

Wrightvale 

Wurtsboro' 

Wyuantskill 

Wvoming 

Yali^ville 

Yaphank 

Yates 

Y'atesville 

Yonkers 

York 

Y'orkshire 



West Union 
West Valley 
West Vienna 
West View 
West ville 
West Wal worth 
West Web Iter 
West Windsor 
West Winfield 
Westwood 
West Yorkshire 
Wetherafi.lil 
Wethers Springs 
Whallonsburg 
WhuatTille 



range 

Al bany 

Steuben 

Albany 

Steuben 

Cattaraugus 

Oneida 

Livingston 

Otsego 

Wa. 

Monroe 

Broome 

Herkimer 

F.rie 

Cattaraugus 

Wyoming 

Wyoming 

Essex 

Genesee 



Kings 

Wayne 

Oswego 

Erie 

Erie 

Essex 

Tioga 

Essex 

Jefferson 

Niagara 

Tioga 

Saratoga 

Greene 

Broome 

Herkimer 

Dutchess 

Erie 

Allegany 

Wayne 

Niagara 

Albany 

Sullivan 

Queens 

Steuben 

Ulster 

Clinton 

Queens 

Ulster 

Jefferson 

Erie 

Otsego 

Jofterson 

Niagara 

Lewis 

Sullivan 

Rensselaer 

Wyoming 

Chenango 

Suffolk 

Orleans 

Yat 

Westchester 

Livingston 

Cattarau 



Yorkshire Center Cattaraugus 
Yorktown Westchester 

Young Hickory Steuben 

Youngstown Niagara 

Youngsville Sullivan 



Bachelor's Creek Randolph 

Bain's Mills Orange 

Baker's X Roads Franklin 

Bakersvillc Y'ancey 
I aid Creek 

Ballard's Bridge Chowan 
Banuerman New Hanover 

Barelaysville Harnett 

Bartonsville Hertford 

Bath Beaufort 

Battleborough Edgecombe 

Battle Hill Duplin 

Bay River Craven 

Beach's Mills Columbus 

Bear Branch Richmond 

Bear Creek Yancey 

Bear Swamp Duplin 

Bear Wallow Henderson 

Beattie'sFord 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 ^ Roads Sampson 

Bentousville Johnson 

Berea Granville 

Bethania Forsyth 

Bethany Chnrch Iredell 

Bethel Hill Person 

Btfulah Johnson 

Big Falls Orange 

Big Laurel Madison 

Big Lick Stanly 

Big Swamp Columbus 

Birchettsville Cleveland 

Black Creek Wilson 

Blackman's Mills Sampson 

Black Sfountain McDowell 
Black River Chapel 

New Hanover 



iVortli Carolina. 



Post Office. 

Abbott'sCreek 

Adam's Creek 

Albemarle 

Albertson's 

Alexantlriana 

AlfordsviUe 

Allemance 

Allensville 

Aman's Store 

Amity Hill 

Anderson's Store 

Angola 

.Anna Perena 

Ausonville 

Anuone 

Arcadia 

AreysviUa 

Argyle 

Asheborough 

Ashcvillo 

Asylum 

Auburn 

Auman's Hill 

Aiisburnville 

Averysboro' 

Avery's Creek 

Ay erd villa 



County, 

Davidson 

Cravm 

Staulv 

Dupli"n 

ecklenburg 

Robeson 

Guilford 

Person 

Onslow 

Iredell 

Caswell 

New Hanover 

Robeson 

Anson 

Macon 

Davidson 

Sampson 

Cumberland 

Randolph 

Buncombe 

Granville 

Wake 

Montgomery 

Wikes 

Harnett 

Buncomb 

Stokes 



Black Rock 
Blackwell 
Blakelcy 
Blocker's 
Bloomingdale 
Bloomington 
Blouut's Creek 
Blowing Rock 
Blue Ridge 
Blue Wing 
Bogue 
Boilston 
Bone Camp 
Bowman's Bluff 
Boone 
Boone Hill 
Booneville 
Bostick's Mills 
Best's Mills 
Boyd's Ferry 
Boy den 
Branch 

Branch's Store 
Brassfield 
Brick Church 
Bridgewater 
Brier Creek 
Brindleton 
Bringle's Ferry 
Brinkleyville 
Brittain 
Broad River 
Brooklin 
Hrookville 
Brewer's Mills 
Brownsville 
Brush Creek 
Bryant's Swamp 
Buchanan 
Buckhorn 
Buckland 
Buck Shoals 
Bucy's Creek 
Buena Vista 
Butlalo 
Buffalo Ford 
B.iggabo 
Bug Hill 
Bunker's Hill 
Bonn's Level 
Burnsville 
Burney 's Mills 
Bushy Fork 
But!er 
ByrdsviUe 
Cain's Branch 



Brunswick 

Caswell 

Stoke 

Cumberlam 

Mecklenbur. 

Guilford 

Beaufort 

Wataug 

Henderson 

Granville 

Coliimbu 

Henderson 

Madison 

Henderson 

Watauga 

Johnson 

Y^adkin 

Richmond 

Cabarras 

Pit 

Iredell 

Chatham 

Dujdiu 

\N- ake 

Guilford 

Burke 

Wilkes 

Burke 

Rowan 

Halifax 

Rutherford 

Cleveland 

Robeson 

Granville 

Randolph 

Granville 

Randolph 

Bladen 

Granville 

Robeson 

Gates 

Caldwell 

Harnett 

Duplin 

Moore 

Randolph 

Wilkes 

Columbus 

Catawb 

Harnett 

Y'ancey 

Randolph 

Person 

Rutherford 

Brunswick 

McDowell 



Post Office. 

Caintuck 
Calahaln 
Oalautiria 
Caldwell 
Caledonia 
Calhoun 
Calton 
Camden 
Camp Call 
Camp Creek 
Cane Creek 
Caraw.ay 
CarbontoB 
Caroline City 
Carolina Seminary 
Cary 
Carthage 
Casher'3 Valley 
Castalia 
Castania Grove 
Catawba Spring 
Catawba Station 
Catawba View 
Catharine Lake 
Cathey's Creek 
Cedar Bush 
Cedar Creek 
Cedar Falls 
Cedar Fork 
Cedar Grove 
Cedar Hill 
Cedar Mountain 
Center 

Center Grove 
Centerville 
Cerro Gordo 
Chalk Level 
Charlotte 
Chapel Hill 
Cherry Lane 
Cherryfield 
ChesnutHill 
Chesnut Oak 
Chesnut Ridge 
Childsville 
Chimney Rock 
China Grove 
Chinkapin 
Chronicle 
Clarksberry 
Clark's Creek 
Clarksville 
Clayton 
Claytonville 
Clay Valley 
■Clear Creek 
Clemmonsville 
Clinton 
Clover Garden 
Clover Orchard 
Coburn's Store 
Coddle Creek 
Cornjock 
Colerain 
Colesville 
Colletsville 
Columbia 
Columbus 



County. 

New Hanover 

Davi« 

Cowan 

Orange 

M oore 

Henderson 

Moore 

Camden 

Cleveland 

Chatham 
Randolph 

Chatham 

Carteret 

Greene 

Waks 

Moore 

Macon 

Nash 

Gaston 

Lincoln 

Iredell 

Caldwell 

Onslow 

Henderson 

Davidson 

Rutherford 

Randolph 

Wake 

Orange 

Anson 

Henderson 

Guilford 

Person 

Moore 

Columbus 

Cumberland 

Mecklenburg 

range 

Ashe 

Henderson 

Ashe 

Gaston 

Y'adkin 

\''anoey 

Rutherford 

Rowan 

Duplin 

Lincoln 

Rockingham 

Montgomery 

Davie 

Johnson 

Henderson 

Robeson 

Mecklenburg 

Davidson 

Sampson 

Orange 

Union 

Cabarras 

Currituck 

Bertie 

Stoke* 

Caldwell 

Tyrrell 

Polk 



Colvin's Creek New Hanover 

Comfort Jones 
Company's Shops Alamance 

Concord' Cabarras 

Cool Spring Iredell 

Cooper's Gap Rutherford 

Copenhagen Caldwell 

Cottage Home < Lincoln 

Cotton Grove Davidson 

County Line Davie 

Covington (Richmond 

Cowan's Ford Mecklenburg 

Cowee Macon 
Oowell's Bridge 

Cowper Hill Robeson 

Cox's Mills Rand(dph 

Coxville Vitt 

Crab Tree Haywood 

Creauhead Mecklenburg 

Craigsville Gaston 

Grain's Creek Moor* 

Cranberrv Forge Watauga 

Creachviilo Johnson 
Cross Roads 

Cross Rock Madison 

Crooked Creek Stokes 

Crowder's Creek Gaston 
Crowder's Mountain Gaston 

Cuba Rutherford 
Cunningham's Store Person 

Curriesville Moore 

Currituck C. H. Currituck. 

Curtis' Mills Alamance 

Cypress Creek Bladen 



POST OFFICES — ^NORTH CAROLINA. 



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Post Office. 



Count!/, 



Dallas Gaston 

Danbury Stokes 

Dan Kiver Rockingham 
Davidson College Meoklenbur_ 

Davidson River Henderson 

Day Book Yancey 

Deal's Milla Caldwell 

Deep Creek Anson 

Deep River Guilford 

Deep Water Iredell 

Democrat Buncomb' 

Deserett Bladei 

Dey's Mills Currituck 

Dick's Creek Buncomb' 

Dobbinsville ampsou 

Dobson Surry 

Dockerys' Store RioLjiond 

Dogwood Grove New Hanover 

Double Siioals Cleveland 

Downingville Bladen 
Draughon's Store Sampson 

Drowning Creek Burke 

Dry Ponds Lincoln 

Dudley V7ayn 

Dunning Creek Richmond 

Duncan's Creek Cleveland 

Dundarrack 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 

East Bend Yadkin 

East Laporte Jackson 

Eden Randolph 

Edeuton Chowan 

Edinboro' Montgomerj' 

Edneyville Henderson 

Etird's Mills Stanley 

Egypt Yancey 

Elevation Johnson 

Elizabeth City Pasquotank 

Elizabethtowu Bladen 

Elk Creek Ashe 

Elk f/^Roada " 

Elkin Surry 

Elk Shoals Alexander 

Elk Spur Wilkes 
ElkMlle 

Elm Grove Rockingham 

Ellisville Bladen 

Enfield Halifax 

England's Point Cherokee 

Enola Iredell 

Erasmus Gaston 

Brwinsville Cleveland 

Bverettsville Wayne 

Exchange Warren 

Fair Bluff Columhn 

Fairtield Hyde 

Fair Gi-ov9 Davidson 

Fairplay Robeson 

Pair port Granville 

Pairview Buncombe 

Paison's Depot Duplin 

Falkland Pitt 

Fall Creek Chatham 

Palling Creek Wayne 

Falls Yancev 

Fallstown Iredefl 
Fancy Hill 

Farmington Davie 

Favetteville Cumberland 

Fe'utriss Guilford 

Fiue's Creek Haywood 

First Broad Rutherford 

Fish Dam Wake 

Fisher's Catawba 

Fislier's Gap Surrv 

Five-Mile Fork Yadkin 

Flag Branch Union 

Plat Branches Forsyth 

Flat Creek Buncombe 

Flat River Orange 

Flat Rock Henderson 

Flat Shoal Surry 

Flint Rock Catawba 

Plsriesville Robeson 

Forbush Yadkin 

Forest Home Buncombe 

Forestville Wake 

Port Creek Randolph 

Fork Mountain Yancey 

Porks of Pigeon Haywood 
Porks of Tennessee Macon 

Fork Swamp Beaufort 

Fort Defiance Caldwell 



Post Office. 



County. 



Fort Hembree Cherokee 

Port Landing Tyrrell 
Fort Jtoutgomery Cherokee 

Foust's Mills Randolph 

Francisco Stokes 

Franklin Macon 

Frauklinburg Anson 

Franklinton Franklin 

Franklinville Randolph 

French Broad Buncombe 
French Creek Church Bladen 

Friendship Guilford 

Full wood Store Mecklenburg 

Fulton Davie 

GaddeysviUe Robeson 

Gap Civil Ashe 
Gap Creek 

Garnion's Mills Cabarras 

Gardner's Ford Cleveland 

Garysburg Northampton 

Giiston Northampton 

Gatesville Gates 

Georgetown Jackson 

Germanton Stokes 

Gibson's Store Richmond 

Glbsonville Guilford 

Gilmer's Store " 

Gilopolis Robeson 

Glade Creek Ashe 

Gladsburg Randolph 

Glenaloon Chatham 

Globe Caldwell 

Golden Place Onslow 

Golden Valley Rutherford 

Gold Branch Cherokee 

Gold Hill Rowan 

Gold Region Moore 

Goldsboro' Wayne 

Goldston Chatham 

Good Spring Moore 
Goose Creek Island Beaufort 

Gordonton Person 

Governor's Island Macon 

Graham Alamance 

Granite Hill Iredell 

Grape Creek Cherokee 

Grassy Creek Yancey 

Grassy Knob Rutherford 

Gravelly Hill Bladeln 

Graves Caswell 

Gray's Creek Cumberland 

Green Hill Rutherford 

Green Level Wake 

Green Plains Northampton 

Green River Henderson 

Greensborough Guilford 

Green Swamp Columbus 

Greenville Pitt 

Grogansville Rockingham 

Grove Chatham 

Grove Hill Warren 

Gulf Chatham 

Gum Branch Onslow 

Gnm Neck Tyrrel 

Hadley's Mills Chatham 

Hadnot'3 Carteret 

Halifax Halifax 

Hallsville Duplin 

Hamby's Creek Davidson 

Hamilton Martin 

Hamptonville Yadkin 

Hannersville Davidson 

Happy Home Burke 

Harrell's Store New Hanover 

Harrelsville Hertford 

Harrington Cumberland 

Harris Depot Cabarras 

Harrison Creek Cumberland 

Harrisville Montgomery 

Hartshorn Alamance 

Hatteras Hyde 

Haw Branch Onslow 

Hawfields Orange 

Hawley's Store Sampson 

Haw River Alamance 

Hay Meadow Wilkes 

Hay Stack Surry 

Haywood Chatham 

Hazel Dell Caldwell 

Healing Springs Davidson 

Heiithville Halifax 

Helton Ashe 

Henderson Granville 

Hendersonville Henderson 

Herringville Sampson 

Hertford Perquimans 

Hester's Store Person 

Hickory Tavern Catawba 

Hicksville Rutherford 

Hi„'h Point Guilford 

High Shoals Rutherford 

High Top Jackson 



Post Office. 



County, 



Hightowers Caswell 

Hilliardston Nasli 

HiUsboro' Orange 

Hillsdale Guilford 

Hill's Store Randolph 

Hintousville Pasquotank 

Hitchcock Macon 

Hogan's Creek Rockingham 

Holly Springs Wake 

Holtsburg Davidson 

Holt's Store Alamance 

Holly Grove Madison 

Hookerstown Greene 

Hopewell Mecklenburg 

Hornet's Nest '• 

Hommeny Creek Buncombe 

Horse Creek Ashe 

Horse Cove Jackson 

Hotel Bertie 

Hoiistonville Iredell 

Howellsville Robeson 

Hoover Hill Raadolph 
Hughes' Academy Orange 
Uunsucker'sStore Montgomery 

Hunter's Bridge Beaufort 

Hunting Creek Wilkes 

Huntsville Yadkin 

Hurdle's Mills Person 

Independence Caswell 

Indesville Surry 

Indiantowu 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 Wavne 

Jersusalem Davie 

Jewell Hill Madison 

Job's Cabin Wilkes 

Johnson's Mills Pitt 

JohnsouviUe 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 

KiU'au's Mills Lincoln 

Cimbolton Chatham 

King's Creek Caldwell 

King's Mountain Gaston 

Kinuie's Creek Cumberland 

Kinston Lenoir 

Kirkland Cabarras 

Kittrell Granville 
Khuts' Tan Yard Cabarras 

Knap of Reeds Granville 

Knib 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 Uuiou 

Lantz Grove Lincoln 

Lapland Madison 

Lassiter's Mills Randolph 

Laurenburg Richmoud 

Laurel Franklin 

Laurel Branch Rowan 

Laurel Spring Ashe 

Laurel Valley Cherokee 

Lawhorn's Hill Moore 

Lawsonville Rockingham 

Leechburg Johnson 

Leaksville Rockingham 

Leasburg Caswell 

Ledger Yancey 

Leeohville Beaufort 

LeesviUe Robeson 

Leicester Buncombe 

Lenoir Institute Lenoir 

Lewisville Forsyth 

Lenoir Caldwell 

Lenox Castle Rockingham 



Post Office. 



County, 



Leo Stanley 

Lewis' Fork Wikej 

Lethe Richmond 

Lexington Davidson 

Liberty Hill Iredell 

Lilesville Anson 

Lilhngton New Hanover 

Lincolnton Lincoln 

Lindley's Store Alamance 

Linville Rivei Burke 

Little Mills Richmond 
Little Rock Fish Cumberland 

Little River Caldwell 

Littleton Halifax 

Lo'-ust Hill Caswell 

Locust bhade Yadkin 

Logan's Store Rutherford 

Long's Mills Randolph 

Long Ridge Washington 

Long Street Moora 

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 

Mc Daniel Alamance 

McLeansville Guilford 

Macedonia Montgomery 

Mackey's Ferry Washington 

Macon Depot Warrren 

Madison Rockingham 

Magnolia Duidin 

Manchester Cumberland 

Mangum Richmond 

Jlanson Warren 

Maple Springs Wilkes 

Margaretsville Northampton 

Marion McDowell 

Marlboro' Pitt 

Marley's Mills Randolph 

.Marshall Madison 
Mars Hill College 
iSIartha's Vineyard Chatham 

Martindale Mecklenburg 

Martin's Limekiln Stokes 

Maxwell Brunswick 

Mayheld Rockingham 

M,yo '• 

Maysville Greene 

Meadow Creek Orange 

Mebanesville Alamance 

Melrose Robeson 

Meat Camp Watauga 

Melville Alamance 

Melvinsvilie Bladen 

Merry Hill Bertie 

Merry Mount Warren 

Middle Creek Wake 

Middletown Hyde 

Midway Davidson 

Millbank Grauville 

Milbernie WaKe 

Milledgeville Montgomery 

Mill Creek Randolph 

Mill Hill Cabarras 

Mill River Henderson 

Mill Landing Bertie 

Milton Caswell 

i»Iinersville McDowell 

Mint Hill Mecklenburg 

Miutoiisville Gates 

Miranda Rowan 

Mocksville Davie 

Moffit's Jlills Randolph 

Plonk's Store Sampson 

Monroe L'uion 

Mouroeton Rockingham 

>lonticello Guilford 

Montpelier Richmond 

Montrose Cumberland 

Mooresborough Cleveland 

Moore's Creek New Hanover 

Mooshannee Moore 

Moretz Mill Watauga 

Morehead City Carteret 

Jlorgan's Mills Union 

Morgantown Burke 

Morringsville Chatham 
Morrison's Tan Yard 

Mecklenburg 

Morrisville Wake 

Morton's Store Alamance 

Morven Anson 

Moseley Hall Lenoir 

Jtountain Creek Catawba 

Mountain Island Gaston 

Mount Airy Surry 



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PCST OFFICES NORTH CAROLINA. 



Post Office. 



County- 



Houut Rilcad Montgomerv 

Mount Mourue IreileU 

Vount Nelio Yaiikiu 

lluiiut Olive Wujue 

tluunt Piss^h Alexaniler 

JloHut PUasiint Caliarras 

Mount Talor J'oraytli 

Mount Tina Person 

Mount rila Kowau 

Mount Verd Union 

Mount Vernon Rowan 

Mount Willing Orange 

Moyoek Cnrritueli 

Vc'\ Creek • Ik-ndersun 

Muodv Fork Cleveland 

Mud r.iek Cliatham 

Mu11)erry Wilkes 

Mull Grovo Lineohi 

Murfreesloro' Hertlord 

Muridiey Clierokee 

Nalinnta Wayne 

Nail Factory Gaston 

Nanliliala lilaeon 

Nashville Nash 

Nathan's Creek Ashe 

Keatman Stokes 

Negro Head Depot Union 

Nettle Knob Ashe 

NewbiTU Craven 

Newbv's Bridge Perquimans 

New Castle Wilkes 

New Garden Guilt'ird 

New Gilead Jloore 

New Hill Wake 

New Hope Iredell 
New Hope Academy Randolph 

New Light AVake 

New Market Randolph 

New River Alleghany 

New Salem Randolpn 

New Sterling Iredell 

Newton Catawba 

Newton Grare Sampson 

Newtonville Caswell 

Nicnolsonville Cleveland 

North Cove McDowell 

North Fork Ashe 

Northington Cumberland 

Norval Harnett 

Norwood Stanly 

Kottla Cherokee 

Nut hush Warren 

Oak Forest Iredell 

Oak Grove Union 

Oak Hill Granville 

Oakland Chatliaui 

Oaklawn Caharras 

Oak Level Vadkin 
Oakley New Hanover 

Oak Ridge Guilford 

Oaks Orange 

Oak Spring Rutherford 

Oakvillo Union 

Ocona Lufty Haywood 

Ocracoko Hyde 

Old Fort McDowell 

Old Furnace Gaston 

Old Kiehmond Forsyth 

Old Shon W'ake 

Old Town Forsyth 

Olin Iiudell 

Olive Branch Union 

Olive Hill Person 

Onslow C. H. Onflow 

Orange Factory Orange 

Oregon Rockingham 

Orrvillo Mecklenburg 

Otter Creek Rutherford 

Outlaws' Bridge Dn|din 

Owcnsville Sampson 

Oxford Granville 

Pacific Franklu. 

Paetolus Pitt 

Paint Store Yancey 

Palestine Onslow 

Palmvra Halifax 

Palo Alto Onslow 

Panteiral Beaulort 

Panther Creek Surry 

Parks' Store Caharras 

Patter-ion Caldwell 
Patterson's Store Alamance 

Patten's Homo Rutherlord 

Peach Tree Cherokee 

Peach Tree GroTO Nash 

Peacock' Store Columhus 

Pedlar's Hill Chatham 

Pecdee Anson 

Pekin Jlontgoinery 

Perkinsvillo Burke 

Persimmon Hill Clierok. ■• 

Petersburg ClevelaLd 



FoBt Offlee. 



County- 



Peru Hajr-wood 

Peter's Creek Stokts 

Pharr's MilU Moore 

PhiUidellihus Robeson 

PiereeviUe Cleveland 

Pigeon River Haywood 

Pikeville Wayne 

Pilot Mountain Stokes 

Pine Grove Montgomery 

Pine Hall Stokes 

Pine Level Johnson 

Pineville Mecklonliur:-' 

Pinev Creek AUeKliauy 

Piney Green Ouslow 

PineV (Jrove Sampson 

Pink Hill Lenoir 

Pioneer Mill3 Caharras 

Pitch Landing Hertford 

Pittshoro' Chatham 

Pleasant Exchange Bladen 

Pleasant Grove Alamance 
Pleasant Hill Northampton 

Pleasant Retreat Dowell 

Pleasant Ridge Gaston 

Pleasautville Rockingham 



Plymouth 
Pocket 
Polkville 
PoUocksville 
Poplar Branch 
Poplar Bridge 
Poplar Hill 
Portsmouth 
Poteeasi 
Powelltou 
Prescott 
Prospect Hall 
Prospect Hill 
Prospt rity 
Providence 
Purlear's Creek 
Purley ; 

Quallatowu 
Queensdale 
Query' 



Raft Swamp 

Raleigh 

Ramseytown 

Ranalel.turg 

KaudallsvTlle 

Ransom's Brid^ 

Rawlingsburg 

Raysville 

Ray-wood 

Reddie's River 

Red Hill 

Red Mountain 

Red liains 

Red Shoals 

Red Springs 

Reed Creek 

Reedy Branch 

Reem's Creek 

Reidsville 

Republic 

Resaca 

Rcynoldson 

Rial to 

Ricliardson'3 Creek 

Rich Fork 

Riclilands 

Richland Creek 

Richland Valley 

Richmond Hill 

Rich Square 

Ridge Spring 

Ridgeway 

Riggshee's Store 

Ringwood 

Roanoke 

Roaring Gap 

Robeson 

Rock Castle 

Rock Cut 

Koek Pish 

Uuukford 

Kockin'j;ham 

Roek Mills 

Rock Spring 

Roekville 

Rocky Mount 

Rocky Pi>int 

Rodger's Store 

Rolesville 

Rollins' Store 

Rose Hill 

Roscman's St 

Roseva e 

Rotherwoo. fl 

Round Hill 

Rowan's Milla 

Roxborough 



Washington 
Moore 
Cleveland 
Jones 
Currituck 
Iredell 
Union 
Carteret 
Northampton 
Richmond 
Duplin 
Bladen 
Caswell 
Moore 
Mecklenburg 
Wilkes 
Caswell 
Haywood 
Rolieson 
Mecklenburg 
Robeson 
Wake 
Yancey 
Mecklenburg 
Robeson 
I Nash 

Rockingham 
Madison 
Union 
Wilkes 
Yancey 
Orange 
Yadkin 
Stokes 
Robeson 
Randolph 
Moore 
Buncombe 
Rockingham 
Y'adkin 
Duplin 
Gates 
Chatham 
Union 
Davidson 
Onslow- 
Randolph 
Haywood 
Y'adkin 
Northampton 
Pitt 
Warren 
Chatham 
Halifax 
Martin 
Wilkes 
Brunswick 
Orange 
Iredell 
Duplin 
Surry 
Richmond 
Lincoln 
Orange 
Row.'in 
Edgecon.b 
New Hanover 
Wa ke 



Moore 

Pitt 

Rov an 

Mecklenburg 

Watauga 

Orange 

Rowan 

Pcisou 



Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Roxobel 


Bertie 


Sugar Grove 


Watauga 


Rural Hall 


Forsyth 


Sugar Hill 


McDowell 


Rush's Mills 


Montgomery 


Sulphur Springs 


Buncombe 


Rusk 


S u rry 


Sumnierfield 


Guilford 


Rutherfordton 


Rutherford 


SuinmerviUe 


Harnett 


Saint Charles 


Johnson 


Summit 


Northampton 


Saint John 


Hertford 


Sunhury 
Sunny South 


Gatei 


Saint Lawrence 


Chatham 


Nash 


Saint Paula 


Robeson 


Swangstown 


Cleveland 


Salem 


Forsyth 
Randolph 


Swannano 


Buncombs 


Salem Church 


Swan Pond 


Wilkes 


Salem Chapel 


Forsyth 


Swan Quarter 


Hvde 


Salisliiirv 


Rowan 


Swansboro' 


Ousiovr 


Sanders'' Hill 


Montgomery 


Sweet Home 


Iredell 


Sandcrsville 


Carteret 


Sweetwater 


W^atauga 


Sandy Creek 
Sandy Foundatio 


Randol ph 


Swift Creek Bridge Craven 


n Lenoir 


Swift Island 


Montgomery 


Sandy Grove 


Chatham 


Svcamore Alley 


Halifax 


Sandy Level 


Johnson 


Tabb's Creek 


Granville 


Sandy Mush 


Buncombe 


Tally Ho 


Granville 


Sandy Plains 


Rutherford 


Tarborough 


Edge com b« 


Saratoga 


Wilson 


Taylor's Bridge 


Sampson 


Sassafras Fork 


Granville 


Taylorsville 


Alexander 


Saxapahaw 


Alamance 


Teachey's 


Duplin 


Sawyersville 


Randolph 


Tennessee River 


Macon 


Science Hill 




Tcrebinthe 


Cumberland 


Scotland Neck 


Halifax 


Thomasville 


Davidson 


Scottsville 


Ashe 


Thompsonville 


Rockingham 


Scott's Hill 


New Hanover 


Tom's Creek 


Surry 


Scuppernong 


Washington 


Topsail Sound 


New Hanover 


gcaliord 


Northampton 


Townesville 


Granville 


Sedges Garden 


Forsyth 


Tranquility 
Trapp Hill 




Shady Grove 


Davidson 


Wilked 


Shallotte 


Brunswick 


Trenton 


Jone« 


Shallow Ford 


Alamance 


Trinity College 


Randolph 


Sharon 


Mecklenburg 


Troublesome 


Rockingham 


Shaw's Milla 


Guilford 


Troy 


Montgomerv 
Randolph 


Shelby 


Cleveland 


Troy's Store 


Shephardsville 


Carteret 


Trugglis' Gap 


Patrick 


SherriU's Ford 


Lincoln 


Truckasaga 


Mecklenburg 
Iredell 


Shiloah 


Camden 


Tuliu 


Sliocco Springs 


Warren 


Turkey Cove 


McDowell 


ShuHordville 


Buncomi.e 


Turnersburg 


IredeU 


Siegel's Store 


Lincoln 


Turnpike 


Buncombe 


Sill's Creek 


New Hanover 


Turtle Town 


Cherokee 


Siloam 


Surry 


Tusquittee 


*• 


Silver Hill 


Davidson 


Tvron 
Uchella 


Polk 


Six Runs 


Sampson 


Alacon 


Skeeneh 


Macon 


Union Grove 


Iredell 


Sladesville 


Hyde 


Union Mills 


Jones 


Sleepy Creek 


Wayne 


Union Ridge 


Alaniano* 


Smith's Bridge 


Robeson 


Unionville 


Robeson 


Smithtield 


Johnson 


University Station Orange 


Smith Grove 


Davie 


Valle Crusia 


Watauga 


Smith's Store 


Alamance 


Valle Montis 


Watauga 


Smith's Valley 


Stokes 


Valley Town 


Cheroke« 


Smithville 


Brunswick 


Van Hook's Store Person 


Smyrna 


Carteret 


Vestal's Ford 


Gaston 


Snead's Ferry 


Onslow 


Vesuvius Furnace Lincoln 


Snipe's Store 


Chatham 


Vienna 


Forsyth 


Snow Camp 


Alamance 


Wades boro' 


Anson 


Snow Creek 


Iredell 


Wakefield 


Wake 


Snow Hill 


Greene 


Wakulla 


Robeson 


Soapstone Mount Randolph 


Walkerstown 


Forsyth 


Solemn Grove 


Moore 


WalkersviUe 


Union 


South Creek 


Beaufort 


Wallers 


Granville 


South Fork 


Ashe 


Walnut Cove 


Stokes 


South Lowell 


Orange 


Walnut Creek 


Buncombe 


South Mills 


Camden 


Walnut Grove 


Orange 


South Point 


Gaston 


Walnut Hill 


Ashe 


South River 


Rowan 


Walnut Lane 


Y^adkin 


Spaightesville 


Craven 


Walnut Shade 


Gaston 


Sparta 


Edgecombe 


Warm Springs 


Buncombe 


Speight's Bridge _ Greene 


Warren Plains 


Warren 


Spencer 


Davidson 


Warrensville 


Sanijison 


Spring Creek 


Madisfin 


Warren ton 


Warren 


Springfield 


Richmond 


Warrior Creek 


Wilkes 


Spring Garden 


New Hanover 


Warsaw 


Dupliu 


Spring Hill Forge Lincoln 


Washington 


Beaufort 


Spring Hope 


Nash 


Watauga Falls 


Watauga 


Spruce Pine 


Yancey 


Waterloo 


Granville 


Staceyville 


Rockingham 


Watson's Bridge 


Moor* 


Stagville 


Orange 


Waughtown 


For.-vth 


Stanhope 


Nasli 


Waynesvillc 


Ha V wood 


Stanley's Creek 


Gaston 


Weavel's Mills 


Forsyth 


Stantonsburgh 


Edcecombe 


Weaver's Ford 


Ashe 


State Road 


'■ Surry 


Webb's Ford 


Rutherford 


Satesville 


llredell 


Webster 


Jackson 


Steele Creek 


Mecklenburg 


Weldon 


Halifax 


Stevens' Milla 


Union 


Wentworth 


Rockingham 


Stice's Shoal 


Cleveland 


West Brook 


Bladen 


Stikoih 


Cherokee 


Western Prong 




Stocksville 


Buncombe 


Westfield 


Stoke* 


Stone Lick 


Randolph 


Westland 


Halifax 


Stone's Bay 


Onslow 


Westminster 


Guilford 


Stonv Fork 


Watauga 


West Point 


Orange 


Stony Point 


Alexander 


VVheelersville 


Northampton 


Stony Ridge 


Surry 


White Cross 


Oran&e 


Stowesville 


Gaston 


Wliite Hall 


Mecklenburg 


Strabane 


Leniir 


White Hill 


Union 


Straits 


Carteret 


Wliite House 


Randolph 


Suck Creek 


Kutherford 


White Oak 


Bladea 



POST OFFICES NORTH CAROLINA — OHIO. 



47 



Fust Office. 



County. 



White Pine Gaston 

Wliite Plains Cleveland 

White Road Forsyth 

Whitfe Rook Sladison 
White Sulphur Springs 

Catawba 

White's Creek Bladen 

White's Store Anson 

Whiteville Coliimhus 

Why Not Randolph 

Wilkeshorough Wilkes 
WilLar 

Williamshoro' Granville 

Williamsburg Iredell 

Williams' Mills Chatham 

Williamston Slartin 

Willow Green Pitt 
Wiliniugtou New Hanover 

Wilson Edgecombe 

Wilson's Store Stokes 

Wilton Granville 

Winchester Union 

Wind Hill Montgomery 

Windsor Bertie 

Wiuslow Harnett 

Winston C. H. Forsyth 

A\iuton Hertford 

Wittenburg Alexander 

Wolf Creek Cherokee 

Wolf Pitt Onslow 

Wolfsville Union 
Woodland Northampton 

Woodlawn Gaston 

Woodleaf Rowan 

Woodsdale Per 

Woodworth Granville 

Yadkin Institute Davidsc 

Yadkinville Yadkin 

Yanceyville Caswell 

Yellow Mountain Yancey 
York College Institute 

Alexander 

Young's Mills Guilford 

Young's y^ Roads Granville 

Zimmerman Wilkes 

Z'lon Yadkin 



Poat Office. 

Antwerp 

Apple Creek 

Apple Grove 

Appleton 

Arabia 

Arcadia 

Arcanum 

Archbold 

Archer 

Arlington 

Armstrong's Mills 

Arnheim 

Arrow-smith's 

Asbury 

Ash Cave 

Ashland 

Ashley 

Ash liidge 

Ashtabula 

Ashvilla 

Athalia 

Athens 

Atlas 

Attica 

Atwater 

Auburn 

Auglaize 

Augusta 

Aurora 

Austin 

Austinburg 

Ava 

Avon 

Avon Lake 

Ayersville 

Bachmau 

Bacon 

Bailey's Mills 

Bainbridge 

Bakersville 

Baltimore 

Bantam 

Barlow 



County, 

Paulding 

Wayne 

Meigs 

Licking; 

Lawrence 

Hancock 

Darke 

Fulton 

Harrison 

Hancock 

Belmont 

Brown 

Defiance 

Perry 

Hocking 

Ashland 

Delaware 

Brown 

Ashtabula 



Pvac Office. 

Beverly 
Big Island 
Big Lick 
Big Plain 
Big Prairie 
Big Run 
Big Springs 
Bird's Run 
Bishopville 
Birmingham 
Bissell's 
Black Creek 
Black Jack 
Black Lick 
Blacklysville 
Black River 
Black Swamp 
Bladensburg 
Blunc 



Pickaway > Blanchester 



Post Qffice. 

Abbeyville 

Aberdeen 

Achor 

Acadia 

Ada 

Adams 

Adams' Mills 

AdamsviUe 

Adairo 

Addison 

Ad^lphi 

Adeua 

Adriaa 

Aftou 

Ai 

Aid 

Agatha 
I Akron 
( Alba 
) Albany 

Albion 

Alert 

Alexandersville 

Alexandria 

Alfred 

Aliens 

AUensburg 

AllensviUe 

Alliance 

Alpha 

Alton 

Alum Creek 

Amanda 

Amboy 

Amelia 

Aniesville 

Amherst 

Amsterdam 

Auiwell 

Anderson 

Audover 

Andrew! 

Angola 

Anna 

Anuapolia 

Ansonia 

Antioch 

Antrim 



County. 

Medina 
Brown 

Columbiana 
All 



Barnesvillo 

Barry 

Barryville 

Bartramville 

Bartlett 

Bascom 

Basil 

Bashan 

Batavia 

Batesville 

Bath 

Baughme n 

Bayard 

Bazetta 



Lawn nee Blendon 
Athens Bloom 
Belmont Bloom Center 
Seneca Bloomfield 
Portage Bloomingburg 
Geauga Bloomingdala 
Van Wert Bloomington 
Carroll Bloomingville 
Portage Bloom Rose 
Ross Bloomville 
Ashtabula Blue Ball 
Noble Blue Creek 
Lorain Blue Lick 
Blue Rock 
Defiance Bluffton 
Montgomery Boardman 
Coshocton Boetia 
Belmont Boke's Creek 
Ross Bolivar 
Coshocton! Bonn 
Fairfield \ Boswell 
Clermont I Bourneville 
Washington Bowerston 
Richland ! Bowersville 
Belmont | BowlersviUe 
Cuyahoga j Bowling Green 
Stark ' Bowshersville 
Lawrence Boyd's Mills 
Washington i Braceville 
Seneca j Bradyville 
Fairfield i Brandt 

Meigs Brandon 
Clermont Bremen 
Guernsey | Bricksville 
Summit; Bridge Creek 
Wayne Bridgeport 
Bridgeville 



County. Poat Office. 

Washington Cadwallader 
Marion Caldwell 
Hancock Cairo 
Madison Calais 
Wayne Calcutta 
Washington Caledonia 
Logan California 
Guernsey Calvary 
Morgan Camba 

Erie Cambridge 
Geauga Camden 
Holmes Cameron 
Hocking Campbelltown 
Franklin Camp Charlotte 
Wayne Camp Run 
Lorain Canaan 
Sandusky Ca 
Knox 
Fulton 

Clinton Canal Li 
Franklin Canal Wiuchestt 
Wood Canfield 
Logan Canousburg 
Morrow Cannon's Mill 
Fayette I Canton 
Jefterson ' Captina 
Clinton Cardiugton 

Erie Carey 
Brown Carlisle Station 
Seneca Carmel 
Butler I Carroll 
Adams l(;:irroll Station 
Allen Carrollton 
Muskingum | Carryall 
Allen Carsou 
Mahoning Carthagena 
Mercer .Cartilage 
Union | Carysville 
Tuscarawas Cass 



County. 

Tuscarawas 

Noble 

Stark 

Monroe 

Columljiana 

Marion 

Hamilton 

Athens 

Jackson 

Gui-rnsey 

Preble 

Jlonroe 

Preble 

Pickaway 

Crawford 



\V; 



1 ne 



Washington 

Mahoning 

Ross 

Harrison 

Ore 



Casstowu 

Cassville 

Castalia 

Caitine 

Catawba 



Wyandott Cedar Valley 

Wood Cedarville 
Wyaudott Cedar Hill 



Hardin Beallsville 



Seneca 
Muskingum 

Richland 

Gallia 
Ross 
Jefferson 
Seneca 
Jackson 
Fulton 
Lawrence 
Jackson 
Summit 
Hancock 
Tuscarawas 
Ashland 
Butler 
Montnomerv 
Licking 
Meigs 
Miami 
Highland 
Vinton 
Stark 
Greene 
Franklin 
Delaware 
Fairfield 
Ashtabula 
Clermont 
Athens 
Lorain 
Jefferson 
VVavne 
Ross 
Ashtabula 
Morrow- 
Clermont 
Shelby 
Jetferson 
Darke 
Monroe 
Guernsey 



Beamsville 

Beasley's Fork 

Beaver 

Beaver Dam 

Beckett's Store 

Bedford 

Beech 

Bell 

Bell Air 

Bell Brook 

Bell Center 

Bellefontaiu 

Belmon 

Belmont 

Belle Vernon 

Belleville 

Eellevue 

Belle Point 

Belmore 

Belpre 

Bennett's Corner 

Beuningtoa 

Benton 

Bentonville 

Benton Ridge 

Berea 

Berkshire 

Berlin 

Berlin Center 

Berlin '/, Roads 

Berlin Rights 

Berlin Station 

Berlinville 

Berne 

Berrysville 

Berwick 

Beta 

Bethany 

Bethel 

Bethesda 

Bettsville 

Beulah 

Bevis Tavera 



Columbiana 

Trumbull 

Monroe 

Darke 

Adams 

Pike 

AUen 

Pickaway 

Cuyahoga 

Licking 

Highland 

Belmont 

Greene 

Logan 

Putnam 

Belmont 

Wyaudott 

Richland 

Huruu 

Delaware 

Putnam 

Washington 

Medina 

Morrow 

Holmes 

Adams 

Hancock 

Cuyahoga 

Delaware 

Holmes 

Mahoning 

Jackson 

Erie 



Noble 
Highland 

Seneeii 



Henry 

Butler 
Clermont 
Belmont 

Seneca 
Law-rence C.tbello 
Hamilton I Cadiz 



Bridgew-ater 

Brighton 

Brimfield 

Brinley's Station 

Brinton 

Bristol 

Bristolville 

Brock 

Brock's Corner 

Broken Sword 

Bronson 

Brookfield 

Brooklyn 

Brookville 

Brownhelm 

Brow-u's Mills 

Brownsville 

Brownson Station 

Brunersburg 

Brunswick 

Bryan 

Buchanan 

Buck's 

Buckeye Cottage 

Buckeye Furnace 

Bucyrus 

Buena Vista 

Buflalo 

Buford 

Bundysburz 

Bunker Hill 

Burbank 

Burlin.^ham 

Burlington 

Burgh Hill 

Burton 

Burnett Wood 

Businessburgh 

Butler 

Butlerville 

Byhalia 

Byington 

Bvron 



Coshocton , Cedron 
Trumbull ICelina 

Adams Central College 
Miami Center 
Knox Center Belpre 
Fairfield Center Bend 
Cuyahoga Centerburg 
Geauga Ceuterfield 
Belmont Centerton 
Muskingum Center View 
Williams Center Village 
Lorain Ceuterville 
Portage Chagrin Falls 
Preble Chaltant 
Champaign Chambersburg 
Morgan Chaudlersville 
Trumbull , Chanticleer 
Darke Chapel Hill 
Jaeksou Chardon 
Crawford Charlcstown 

Huron Charloe 
Trumbull Cbatfield 
Cuyahoga Chatham 
Montgomery Chatham Center 

Lorain Chauucev 
Washington Clierry fork 
Lickins Clierry Grove 
Franklin Cherry Valloy 
Defiance Cheshire 
Medina Chester 
Williams Chester X Roads 
Perrv Chesteitield 
Columbiana Chester Hill 
Perrv Chesterville 
Jaeksoii Cheviot 
Crawford Chickasaw 
Tuscarawas Chili 
Guernsey Chilicothe 
Highlanti Chilo 
Geauga Cliippewa 
Butler Christian^burg 
Wavue Ch irel. UiU 
Jk-igs Ciooro 
Lawrence ('ineinnati 
Trumbull Cirjle.-ville 

Oeaug I Clarid. u 
Hamilton Clar;n;,ton 
Beluioui Clark's 
Richliind Clark.-bur? 
Warren Cla k'sCoruors 
Union Cla-;;.-field 
Pike Cla Uon 
Greene Cla ' sville 
Carroll Clay 
Harrison Clay Lick 



Athens 
Tuscarawas 
Stark 
Coshocton 
Franklin 
Mahoning 
Hancock 
Columbiana 
Stark 
Belmont 
Jlorrow 
Wvandott 
Warren 
Highland 
Fairfield 
Montg')mery 
Carroll 
Paulding 
Huron 
Mercer 
Hamilton 
Champaign 
Hancock 
Miami 
Harrison 
Erie 
Darke 
Clark 
Wayne 
Greene 
Fairfield 
Clermont 
Jlercer 
Franklin 
Montgomery 
Washington 
Morgan 
Knox 
Highland 
Huron . 
Monroe 
Delaware 
Montgomery 
Cuyahoga 
Champaign 
Montgomery 
Muskingum 
Knox 
Perry 
Geauga 
Portage 
Paulding 
Crawford 
Licking 
Jledina 
Athens 
Ailams 
Hamilton 
Ashtabula 
Gallia 
Meigs 
Geauga 
Fulton 
Morgan 
Morrow 
Hamilton 
Mercer 
Coshocton 
R«se 
Clermont 
Wayne 
Ohampaien 
Tr.iuluTlI 
Deriauee 
Hamilton 
Pickaway 
Geauga 
Monroe 
Coshocton 
Rosd 
Ashtabula 
Huron 
Colambiana 
Clinton 
Jackson 
Licking 



48 



POST OFFICES OniO. 



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Pott Office. 

Clayton 
CUytona 
Cluvsville 
Clear Purt 
Clear C'luuk 
Clement 
Clermont 
Cteveliind 
Cleves 
Clifton 
Clinton 

Clinton Station 
Clinton Valley 
Cliutouville 
Clio 
Clyile 
Coal Dale 
Coal drove 
Coal Run 
Cochrautin 
Cod'lini;viUo 
Coe Riilge 
Coitsvillo 
Cold Water 
Colerain 
CollanuT 
College Corner 
Colk-gelliU 
CoUiusviUe 
Coltou 
Coluuiliia 
Coliimliiana 
Columbia Station 
Columlius 
Columbus Grove 
Coneonl 
Concordia 
Condit 
Congress 
Conueaut 
Conottou 
Conover 
Coustantia 
Constitution 
Oontreras 
Conveni;.nce 
CoolviUc 
Ooplcy 
Cipopa 
Cork 

Coriiersburg 
Cor.iica 
Coshocton 
Cottage Hill 
Covington 
Cranberry 
Cranberry Prairie 
Cranesville 
C rand all 
Creighion 
Crestline 
Cridersville 
Crooked Tree 
Cross Creek 
Cross Uoads 
Croton 
Croxt'on 
Cuba 

Cumberland 
Oumminsvllo 
Cuvaboga Falls 
Cutler 
Cyntliiana 
Dallas 
Dallasburg 
Dal ton 
Damascus 
Damascoville 
Danville 
. Darby 
(Darby (Jreek 
DarbyviUe 
Darke 
Darrtown 
Dawn 

Dawkin's Mills 
Dayton 

Deardorff's Mills 
DeavertoM u 
Decatur 
Decaturville 
Deer Creek 
Deep Cut 
Decrfield 
Deerfield Village 
Doer Lick 
Depr<villo 
DoHance 
De (rrair 
DeKalh 
De La Palma 
Dtlan-are 



Cou,>t,j. 

MontgomtTV 

XobU- 

Guernsey 

Fairtield 

Hancock 

Haiuiltun 

Cuyahoga 

Hamilton 

Greene 

Suuiuut 

Clint. .11 

Cliiiion 

Franklin 

Greene 

Sandusky 

Musk t gum 

Law 



,;iwi^et 



Cuvahoga 
Malioniug 



M 

Mb'iina 
uv 
ah 

Merce 

Belmoiit 

Cuyahoga 

Butler 

Hamilton 

Butler 

Henry 

Hamilton 

Columbiana 

Lorain 

Franklin 

Putnam 

Lake 

Darke 

Delaware 

Wayne 

Ashtabula 

Harrison 

Miami 

Delaware 

Washington 

Butler 

Fayettt 

Atlien- 

Summit 

Lorain 

Ashtabula 

MahoniuLi 

Morrow 

Coshoctou 

Muskingum 

}liami 

Allen 

Mercer 

Paulding 

Lorain 

Guernsey 

Crawford 

Auglaiie 

Xuble 

Jefl'erson 

Madison 

Licking 

Jefferson 

Clinton 

Guernsey 

Haul il ton 

Summit 

'Washingtim 

Pike 

Hif^hlaiul 

\V arren 

Wayne 

Ukutv 

Columbiana 

Knox 

Franklin 

Madison 

Pickaway 

Darke 

Butl.fr 

Daikc 

Jackson 

Montgomery 

Tuscarawas 

Morgan 

Brown 

Washington 

Pickaway 

Mereer 

Portage 

Warren 

Williams 

Harrison 

Defiance 

Logan 

Crawford 

lirown 

Delaware 



Post OUica. 

Delhi 
De Lisle 
Deli'hos 
Dfha 

Drill, n 

l^.:iui.erac7 

Denmark 

Dent 

Di-witt Ridge 

Dexter 

Dille's Bottom 

Diusmore 

Dixou 

D.idsouville 

Dog Creek 

Domestic 

Dcinnelsville 

Dorset 

Doughty 

Dover 

Downington 

Dresden 

Drv Ridge 

Dublin 

Duek Creek 

Dudley 

Dumontville 

Dunbar 

Diiubarton 

Duncan's Falls 

Diindas 

Dundee 

f)uuham 

Duukinsville 

Dunkirk 

Dunganon 

Duulap 

Dunlevy 

Durand 

Durbin'a Corners 

Diyson's 

Kagle 

li!a.;le Mills 

Ejgleville 

Earlville 

E;ist Claridon 

East Clarkstield 

East Cleveland 

East Fairtield 

E:ist Greenville 

East Lt'wistown 

East Liberty 

East Liverpool 

East Monroe 

East Orange 

East Palestine 

East Plymouth 

East Ricliland 

East Ringgold 

East Rochester 

East Rock port 

East Rush Oreck 

East Springfield 

East Svcamore 

East 'Toledo 

Easton 

East Townsend 

East TrumbuU • 

East Union 

Eaton 

Eekniansville 

Eeoiiuiny 

Edenlon 

Edge no n 

Edinburg 

Eilwardsville 

Edwina 

E.yi.t 

101 Durado 

Elida 

Elizabethtowu 

Elk 

Elkton 

Elliuttsville 

Ellsworth 

Elm Grove 

Elmore 

Elmira 

Elyria 

ICnt'-ry 

Emerald 

Emmet t 

Enoch 

Euon 

Enterprise 

Etna 

Euclid 

Euphemia 

Eurjka 

Evaiisburg 

Evans port 

Kwing 



County. 

namilton 

Darke 

Van Wert 

Fultou 

Eehiu.iit 

Kiiox 

Ashtabula 

Hamilton 

Holmes 

Meigs 

Belmont 

Shelby 

Van Weit 

Highland 

Putnam 

Williams 

Clark 

Ashtabula 

Holmes 

Cuyahoga 

Meigs 

Muskingum 

Hamilton 

Franklin 

Trumbull 

Hardin 

.Fairfield 

Washington 

Adams 

Mnskingum 

Vinton 

Tuscarawas 

Washington 

Adams 

Hardin 

Columbiana 

Hamilton 

Warren 

Henrv 

William's 

Guernsey 

Hancock 

Vinton 

Ashtabula 

Portage 

Geauga 

Huron 

Cuyahoga 

Columbiana 

Stark 

Hahoning 

Logan 

Columbiana 

Highland 

Delaware 

Columbiana 

Ashtabula 

Belmout 

Pickaway 

Columbiana 

Cuyahoga 

Perry 

Jefi'erson 

Hamilton 

Lucas 

Wayne 

Huron 

Trumbull 

Wayne 

Preble 

Adams 

Highland 

Clermont 

Williams 

Portage 

Warren 

Monroe 

Wood 

PrebU' 

Allen 

Hamilton 

Vinton 

Columbiana 

Jefferson 

Mahoning 

Hancock 

Ottawa 

Fulton 

Lorain 

Fulton 

Adams 

Paulding 

Monroe 

Clark 

Preblo 

Licking 

Cuyahoga 

Preble 

Gallia 

Coshocton 

Defiance 

Hocking 



Pi:H Office. 

Ewington 

Exeter 

Eairlax 

l'"airheld 

Fair Haven 

Fair I' lay 

Fairview 

Fallsburg 

Farmer 

Farmer's Station 

Farmersville 

Farmington 

Fayetteville 

Fearing 

Federalton 

Feed Spring 

Feesburg 

Felicity 

Fillnior» 

Fincastle 

Finley 

Fitehville 

Five Mile 

Five Points 

Flat 

Flat Rock 

Fletcher 

Flint's Mills 

Florence 

Florida 

Flushing 



County. Post Office. 



Folks Station 

l'\.rd 

Forest 

Fort Ancient 

I'"ort Jefferson 

Fort Jennings 

Fort Recovery 

Fort Seneca 

Foster's Crossings 

Fostoria 

Four Corners 

Fowler 

Fowler's Mills 

Franconia 

Frankfort 

Franklin 

Franklin Fii rnace 

Franklin Mills 

Franklin S ciuare Columbiana 

Franklin Station Coshocton 

Fra/.eysburg 

Frease's Store 

Frederick 

Fredericksburg 

Fredericktown 

l'"reeburg 

Fredonia 

Freedom 

Freedom Station 

Freeport 



G alii a 

Sanduskv 

Highland 

Greene 

Preble 

Jefl'erson 

Guernsey 

Licking 

Defiance 

Clinton 

Montgomery 

Trumbull 

Brown 

Washington 

Athens 

Harrison 

Brown 

Clermont 

Washington 

Brown 

Hancock 

Huron 

Brown 

Pickawav 

Pike 

Seneca 

Miami 

Washington 

Erie 

Henry 

Belmont 

Harrison 

Geauga 

Hardin 

Warren 

Darke 

Putnam 

fiercer 

Seneca 

Warren 

Seneca 

Huron 

Trumbull 

Geauga 

Putnam 

Ross 

Warren 

S;ioto 

Portage 



frolden Corner 

Gomber 

Good Hope 

Gomer 

Gordon 

Gore 

f'.orham 

Goshen 

Grafton 

Grand View 

Granger 

Grant 

(Jrauvillo 

Grape Grove 

Gratiot 

Gratis 

Gray's Corners 

Graysville 

(; ray town 

Greasy Ridge 

Great Bend 

Green 

Greenbush 

Green Camp 

Green Castle 

Greenfield 

Green ford 

Green Hill 

Greenland 

Greensburg 



Count!/. 

Wayno 

Guernsey 

,Fave 

•Allen 

Darke 

Hocking 

Fulton 

Clermont 

Lorain 

Washington 

Medina 

Hardin 

Licking 

Greene 

Licking 

Preble 

Morr 

Jlonroo 

Ottav 

Lawreneo 

Meigs 

Lickinir 

PreblS 

Marion 

Fairfield 

Highland 

Mahoning 

Columbiana 

Ross 

Trumbull 



Greensburg y, Roads Sandusky 



Freestone 

Fremont 

Friendship 

I'^rvburg 

FuUon 

Foltonham 

Gahannah 

iJalena 

Gallon 

(pallia Furnace 

Gain polls 

Galigher 

Gambler 

Ganges 

Garden 

Gardner 

Garrettsville 

Gates' Mills 

I ; avers 

Geneva 

Genoa 

Genoa y. Roads 

(Jeorgcsville 

Georgetown 

German 

G.-rmano 

(Jermantown 

(irttvsburg 

(;iient 

Gibesonvillo 

(jibsou 

Gibson's Station 

Gil boa 

Gilead 

(lilespieville 

Gilniore 

(firard 

Glasgow 

Gleneoo 

Glt-ndale 

Gnudenhuttin 



Muskingum 

Stark 

Mahoning 

Wayne 

Knox 

Stark 

Licking 

Portage 

Portage 

Harrison 

Scioto 

Sandusky 

Seloto 

Auglaize 

Hamilton 

nsklngnm 

Franklin 

Delaware 

Crawford 

Gallia 

Guernsey 

Knox 

Kiehland 

Athens 

Noble 

Portage 

Cuyahoga 

Columbiana 

Ashtabula 

Ottawa 

Delaware 

Franklin 

Brown 

Darke I 

Harrison 

Montgomerv 

Darke 

Summit 

Hocking 

PikS 

Guernsey 

Putnam 

Wood 

Ross 

Tuscarawas 

Trumbull 

Columbiana 

Belmont 

Hamilton 

Tuscarawas 



Green Spring 
(rreentown 
Greenville 
Greenwick Station 
Greersville 
Groesbeck 
Grove City 
Grove Hill 
Grove Port 
Guilford 
Gustavus 
Gustine 
iGuysville 
Hale 

Hale's Creek 
[Hall's Valley 
iH'iIlsville 
I Hamburg 
[ Hamer 
Hamilton 
Hamersville 
I Hammondsville 
' Hampden 
Handy 

Hanging Rock 
Hauna's Mills 
Hannibal 
Hanover 
Hanoverton 
Hardin 
Harlem 
Harlem Spring 
Haruiar 
Harmony 
Harper 
Har|perslield 
HarrietsviUe 
Harris 
Harrison 
Harrisburg 
Harrison .lunction 
Harrison Mills 
f-farrisonville 
Hal risville 
HarsbmausYille 
Hartford 
Hartland 
Hartleyville 
Hart's"Groye 
Hartville 
ifarveysburg 
Hassan 
Hastings 
Havana 
Haverhill 
Hawk Eye 
Havsville 
Hebbardsville 
Hebron 
Helmiek 
Hemlock Grove 
Henly 

Hendrysburg 
Henning's Mills 
Henrietta 
Herring 
Hibbetts 
Hickory 
Hicksville 
Higginsport 
High Hill 



Sene 

Stark 

Darka 

Huron 

Knox 

Hamilton 

Franklin 

Crawford 

Franklin 

Medina 

TrumbuU 

Adams 

Athens 

Harden 

Scioto 

Morgan 

Ross 

/airfield 

Paulding 

Butler 

Brown 

Jefferson i 

Geauga I 

Fulton I 

Lawrence 

Mahoning 

Monroe 

Licking 

Columbiana 

Shelby 

Delaware 

Carroll 

Washington 

Clark 

Logan 

Ashtabula 

Noble 

Gallia 

Hamilton 

Fianklin 

Hamilton 

Scioto 

Meigs 

Harrison 

Montgomery 

TrumbuU 

Huron 

Athens 

Ashtabula 

S tark 

Warren 

Hancock 

Richland 

Huron 

Scioto 

Licking 

Ashland 

Athens 

Licking 

Coshocton 

Meigs 

Montgomery 

Belmont 

Clermont 

Lorain 

Allen 

Carroll 

Lucas 

Defiance 

Brown 

Muskingum 



POST OFFICES OHIO. 



49 



Post Ofice. 



County, 



Highland Highland 

Hill throve Darice 

HiUhoiiae Lake 

HiUiarJ'3 Franklin 

HilUboro' Highland 

Hill's Fork Adams 
Hilton's 

Hincliley Medina 

Hiram Portage 

Hiramsliurg Noble 
HoL-kiug Furnace Hockiog 

Hockiiigport Athens 

Ho!< Ciuik All-in 

Hollaiul Lucas 

H)Uo,vtown Highland 

Holmes Mill Jetferson 

Hohnesville Holmes 

Uoll Wood 

Home Highland 

Homer Licking 

Homerville Medini 

Hoop pole Boss 

Hope Franklin 

Hopedale Harrison 

Hope Kidge Monroe 

Hopewell Mu3kiu;;um 

Hopkinsville Noble 

If'iritio Dark>- 

Hos-cinsville Nolile 

Hoiirktowa Hancock 

Hoiisfon , Shelliy 

Ho«-land Trumbull 
Habbard 

Hudson Summit 

Hull's Athens 
Humphrey's Villa Holmes 

Hunter Belmont 

Huntersville Hardin 

Huutin:jtoa Lorain 

Huntsburg Geauga 

HuntsviUe Logan 

Huron Erie 

Hyattsville Miami 

Iberia Morrow 

Islesboro* Hocking 

Independence Cuyahoga 

Indian Camp Guernsey 

Inland Summit 

Inverness Columltiaua 

Iron Furnace Scioto 

Ironton Lawrence 

Irwin Union 

Island Creek Jefferson 

Ithaca Uarke 

Jackson C. H, Jackson 

Jacksoutown Licking 

Jamestown Greene 

Jasper Pike 

Jasper Mills Fayette 

Java Lucas 

Jaysville Darke 

Jackson Center Shelby 

Jacksonborough Butler 

Jeddo Jefferson 

Jefferson C.H. Ashtabula 

Jeft'ersoaville Fayette 

Jelloway Knox 

Jerome Union 

Jeromesville Ashland 

Jersey Licking 

usalem Monroe 

Jewett Harrison 

Johnsouville Trumbull 
Johnson's Corners Summit 

Johnstown Licking 

JohnsviUe Montgomery 

Jolly Monroe 

Jones' Statioa Butler 

Jones' Corner Coshocton 

Junction Paulding 

Kalida Putnam 

Keene Coshocton 

Kansas Seneca 

Keiths Noble 

Kelley's Island Erie 

KoUey's Mills Lawrence 

Kelloggsvilla Ashtabula 

Kennon Be.monc 

Kennonsburg Noble 

Kent Portag; 

Kenton Haidi.i 

evsione Jackso i 

Killbourna Delaware 

Killbuck Holmes 

Kilgore Carroll 

Kitiibolto Guernsey 

Cinderhook Pickaway 



Kingston Center 
Kingsville 
fCinsmans 
ICi^taa 



Kos 

Delaware 

Ashtabul 

Trumbull 

Lorain 



County. 

Wyandott 

Lickiui 

Lak^ 

Greene 

Knox 

Wayne 

GiUia 

Harrison 

JIadison 

Lorain 

Monroe 

Starii 

Ashland 

('irr-.Il 

B.liiunt 

Fairlield 

Meigs 

Lorain 

Marion 

Pike 

lioss 

Miami 

Clermont 

Fulton 

W'ashiugtor 

Guernsey 

Carroll 

Trumbull 

Warren 

Monroe 

Athens 

Highland 

Clinton 

Carroll 

Crawford 

Putnam 

Fulton 

Ashtabula 



Post Office. 

Kirhy 

Kirkersville 

Ivirklaud 

Iviicisley 

Knox 

Kocli's 

Kyger 

Laceyville 

La Fayette 

La Grange 

Laing's 

Lake 

Lake Fork 

Ijamartine 

L am i ra 

Lancaster 

La:i",s villa 

La Porte 

Laruo 

fjatliam 

Lattas 

Laura 

Laurel 

Lav jna 

Lawrence 

L ay m an 

Leatherivood 

fjeavitt 

Leavittsburg 

LeI'anon 

Lecomptoa 

Leesburg 

Lee's Creek 

Leesv-iUe 

Lee-iville X Roads 

Leipsic 

Lena 

L enox 

Leon 

Leonardshurg Delaware 

Le Roy Medini 

Letart Falls Sleigs 

Letimberville Marion 

Level Warren 

Levering Knox 

Levi Jackson 

vis Brown 

Lewisburg Preble 

Lewis Center Delaware 

Lewistown Logan 

Lewisville ^ Monroe 

Lexington "* Richland 

Liberty Montgomery 

Liberty Center Hi^nri- 

Liberty Corner 
LibertV Hill 
Lick Run 
Licking Valley 
Likens 
Lilly 
Lima 
Limaville 
Lincoln 
Lindenville 
Liinoville 
Linton 
Linton Mills 

wood 
Litchfield 
Lithopolis 
Ijittle Sandusky 
LittleHockhocking W^ishiugton 
Little York Montgoiuery 

Liverpool 
Lock 

Lock bourne 
Lockington 
Lockport 
Lockville 
Lockland Station 
Locust Corner 



Poat Office. 



Count;/, 



Crawtord 

Washington 

Hamilton 

Mu<kingum 

Crawford 

Scioto 

Allen 

Stark 

Galliii 

Aslitabulu 

Licking 

JeBeisoii 

Coshocton 

Hamilton 

Medina 

Fairfield 

"yaii 



Kno; 
Franklii 



Locust (tI 

Locust Point 

Locust Ridge 

Lodi 

Logan 

Loganville 

Log Cabin 

iLonton 

Londonderry 

Long Bottom 

Long Run 

Loos 

Loramie's 

Lordstowu 

Lottridge 

Londonville 

Lonisvillo 

Lovelaud 

Lovett's 

Lorett's 



William's 

Fairheld 

Hamilton 

Clermont 

Ad;ims 

Ottawa 

Brown 

Medinii 

HockiiiL; 

Logau 

Morgan 

Madisont 

Guernsey 

Meigs 

Licking 

Sandusky 

Shelby 

Trumbull 

Athens 

Ashland 

Stark 

Clermont 

Adams 

VfaoU 



Lowell Washington 

Lowellville Mahoning 

Lower Lawrence Washington 

Lower Newport '• 
Lower Salem 

Loydsville Belmont 

Lucas Richland 

Lucasville Scioto 

Lucerne Knox 

Ludlow Miami 

Luke's Corners Williams 

Lumberton Clinton 

Lye Creek Hancock 

Lynchburg Highland 

Lyndon Station Rhs 

Lyons Fulton 

Lyra Scioto 

llcArthur Vinton 

-McCluncy Perry 

McCleary Noble 

McComb Hancock 

MeConuellsville Morgan 

-VIcCiiy's Statioa Jefferson 

MeCutchenville Wyandott 

AlcDaniels Gallia 

McUjiiald Hardiu 

McUonaldsville Stark 
-Mcli wen's '/\ Roads Morrow 

Meiiill Paulding 

.Mc Kay Ashland 

.Mabce's Jackson 

Macedon Mercer 

-Macedonia Depot Summit 

.Macon Lake 

.Madison Morrow 

.Madisonburg Wayne 

Madisonville Hamiltnu 

.M.ignolia Stark 

.Mainville Warren 

.Malaga Monroe 

.Mallet Creek Medina 

Malta Morgan 

.Malvern Carroll 

Manchester Adams 

Mansfield Richland 

.Mantua Portage 

.Mantua Station " 

Maple Brown 

.■Vlapleton Stark 

-Marathon Clermont 

-Marcy Fairlield 

-Marengo Morrow 

.Maria Stein Mercer 

Marietta Washington 

JIarion Marion 

.Marits JUirrow 

Marlborough Stark 

Marseilles Wyandott 

.Marshall Highland 

-Marshallsville Wayne 

.Marshfleld Athens 

Martinsburg Knox 

Martin's Ferry Belmont 

M.irtinsvillo ' Clint"n 

.Marysville Union 

.Mason AVaiTen 

.MassilloQ Stark 

.Masterton Monroe 

.Maumoe City Lucas 

Maximo Stark 

Maxville Perry 

Miixwell Delaware 

Maylield Cuyahoga 

May Hill Adams 

Mavsvillo Columbiana 

.Means Harrison 

-Mecca Trumbull 

.Mcchanicsburg Cbampai(;ii 

Mcchanicstown Carroll 

.Media Athen 

.Medina Medina 

Medoe Hamilton 

.Medway Clark 

.Meigs' Creek Morgan 
Meigsville 

.Velmore Seneca 

Mendon Jlereer 

.Mentor Litke 

Mercervilla Gallia 

Meroz Muskingum 

Mesopotamia Trumbull 

Metamora Fulton 

Mexico Wyandott 

Miami Hamilton 

-Miami City Montgomery 
Miamiburg 

Miamiville Clermont 

Middle Branch Stark 

.Middlebouru Guerensev 

.Middleburg Cuyahoga 

MiddUbnry Summit 

Middle Creek Noble 



Pout Office. 


County. 


Middle Fork 


Hockinj 


-Middle Field 


Geaugi 


Middle Point 


Van Wert 


Middleport 


Jleigs 


-Middle .Spring 


Allen 


-Miildletown 


Butler 


Mi in in 


Ashland 


.Miiainville 


Franklin 


Milan 


Erie 


.Mil ford 


Clermont 


-Mil ford Center 


Union 


-Milfordtou 


Knox 


.Millbrook 


Wayue 


Milloury 


Wood 


Milldale 


Defiance 


Mill (h-ove 


-Morgan 


-Millers 


Lawrence 


-Millersburg 


Holm-js 


-MiUersport 


Pairtield 


Miller's Station 


Harrison 


Millers town 


Champaign 


Milltield 


Athens 


Millig.in 


Tuscarawas 


-Millport 


Columbiana 


-Millwood 


Kn,x 


-Milnersville 


Guernsey 


Milo 


DeBanoe 


-MiUville 


Butler 


-Milton 


Mahoning 


Milton Centre 


Wood 


-Miltonsburg 


Mjnroe 


.Mineral 


Athens 


-Mineral Point 


Tuscarawas 


Jlineral Ridge 


Trumbull 


Minersville 


-Meigs 


Mingo 


Vinton 


.Minerva 


Stark 


Minster 


AuglaiJe 


Mitchell's Saltworks JefferiOQ 


.Mogadore 


Summit 


Monawk Village 


Coshocton 


ilohicau 


Ashland 


Monclova 


Lucas 


Monroe 


Butler 


Monroe Center 


Ashtabula 


Monroe Mills 


Knox 


Monroeville 


Huron 


Montauk 


Hamilton 


-Monterey 


Clermont 


Montezuma 


Jlercer 


-Mont romerv 


Hamilton 


Monipelier 


Williams 


Montra 


Shelby 


-Montrose 


Summit 


MontvUle 


Geauga 


Moons 


Fayette 


MoonviUe 


V in to a 


-Moore's Salt Works Jefferson 


-Mooreland 


Wayai 


Moorerield 


Harrison 


Morgan 


Ashtabula 


Morgan's Fork 


Pike 


-M .r.;auville 


Morgan 


.Morning Sua 


Preble 


.Morristown 


Belmont 


Morrisville 


Clinton 


Morrow 


Warren 


.Moscow 


Clermont 


Moscow Mills 


Morgan 


Moss Run 


Wftshiujitou 


-Moultrie 


Columbiana 


Moulton 


Auglaize 


Mount Airy 


Ham. lion 


JMount Blanchard 


Hancock 


Mount Blanco 


Me.gs 


Mount Carmel 


Clermoui 


Jlount Carrick 


Slonroe 


Mount Katou 


Wayns 


-Mount Enliraim 


NobU 


Jlount Gilead 


Morrow 


-Mount Healthy 


Hamilton 


Mount Herou 


Darke 


Mount Holly 


Warren 


Mount Hope 


Holmes 


-Mount Liberty 


Knox 


.Mount Olive 


Clermont 


Jlount Orab 


Brown 


Jlount Perry 


Perry 


Jlount P.sgah 


Clormunt 


Jlount Pleasant 


Jefferson 


Jlount Sterling 


Jladison 


Jlount Union 


Stark 


Jlount Vernon 


Knox 


Jlount Victory 


Hardin 


Mount Washiugton Hamilton 


Mowrystown 


Highland 


Mucblnippe 


Lo.;.u 


JInl berry 


Clerin .nt 


Jlul berry Corners 


Geauga 


Muunsville 


Cosuoe.ou 


Mutual 


Obampaiga 


Nairn 


li«i«w 



60 



POST OFFICES OHIO. 



Fott OMct. 

Vankin 

>>'»poleon 

>' ash port 

Ts'aghvilla 

Unvarre 

Jfoho 

Ui'braska 

>«'et'lysviUe 

KeUou 

>IuUoi>viUe 

)jeptuii" 

KctiU' Lake 

JJevuda 

Kcville 

Nevin 

JJew Alljanv 

Kew AU'xauJer 

Kew AU'xauJria 

Vew Anlioch 

Kewark 

Vew Athens 

Kew IliUtimore 

Hew Bavaria 

J«ew Ik-dl'ord 

Jlew Berlin 

Vew Bloomington 

Kew Brumea 

Hewburg 

Hew Burlington 

JJewbury 

Kew California 

Vew Carlisle 

Hew Castle 



County. 



Puat Office. 



County. 



Ash! mil I Xorth CamJen Lorain 

Ueary I North Clayton Jliann 

MuBkin.'ura ' North ColumbuB Franklin 

Hoi UK'S North Dover CuyaliOj;a 

Stark Nortli Katou l>oruiu 

Jertersou' North Fairheld Huron 

Pickaway Northtield Summit 

Mirnau NorthCleorgotown Columbiana 

Porta;;- ' North Hampton Clark 

Athens Nortli Industry Stark 

Jlereer 1 North Jackson Mahoning 

Williams North Lawrence Stark 

Wyandott I North Lewisburg Champaign 



Clermont ' North Liberty 
Hiajhlandi North Lima 
Mahoniun. North f.fadison 
Columbiana! North Newbury 
Jefferson North Kidgo 
Clinton North Kidseville 
Liekina; North Roliinson 
Harrison 1 Nortli Royalton 
Stark ' North Salem 



Henry 

Cosiiocton 

Stark 

Marion 

Auglaize 

Cuyahoga 

Clinton 

Geauga 

Union 

Clark 

Coshocton 



JiewChamhersburgColumbiana 

JTew Comerstown Tuscarawas 

Kew Concord Muskingum 

Mew Corwin Highland 

>row Cumberland Tuscarawas 

New Dover Union 

Jlew England Athens 

Kew Franklin Stark 

Vew Garden Columbiana 

Kew Guilford Coshocton 

Mew Hagerstown Carroll 

Kew Hampshire Austlaize 

Kew Harmony ]!rowu 

Kew Harrisburg Carroll 

Kew Haven Huron 

Kew Holland Pickav.a\ 

Kew Hope . Brow'n 

Kow Jasper Greene 

Kew Knoxville Augluiie 

Kew Lebanon Montgomery 

Kew Lexington Povry 

Kew Lisbon Columbiana 

Kew London Hur^n 

Kew Lyme Ashtabula 

Kew Madison Darke 

Kew Market Highland 

Kew Martinsburg Fayette 

Kew Matamoras Washington 

Kew Middletowu Mahoning 

Kew Milford Portage 

Kew Moscow Coshoctoi 

Kew Palestine Clermont 

Kew Paris Preble 

Kew Petersburg Highland 
Kew Philadelphia Tusca 



North Sheffield 

North Solon 

North Springfield 

North Star 

North Swisburg 

North Uniontown 

Northup 

North W^ashington 

Northwest 

Norton 

Norton Center 

Nor walk 

Norwich 

Nottimrham 

Nova 

Oaklield 

Oak Harbor 

Oak Hill 

Oakland 

Oak Kidge 

Oberlin 

Oceola 

Odessa 

Ogleton 

Ohl's Town 

Oil Diggings 

Okeaua 

Old Hickory 

Olena 

Olentaugy 

Olive 

Olive Branch 

Olive Center 
Olive Green 

Olivesburg 

Olmsted 

Omega 

Oneida Mills 

Ontario 

Orange 

Orange Station 



Coshoctou Oraugeville 



Kow Pittsburg 


Wayne 


Kew Plymouth 


Vinton 


Kewport 


Washington 


Kew Portage 


Summit 


Kew Prospect 


Wayne 


Kew Kichlan.i 


Logan 


Kew Kichmond 


Clermont 


Kow Rochester 


Wood 


Kew Rumley 


Harrison 


Kew Salem 


Fairfield 


Kew Somerset 


Jefferson 


Kew Springfield 


Malioning 


Kewton Fulls 


Tnimliull 


Kewtonville 


Clermont 


KewviUe 


Ri ell I and 


Kewtown 


Hamilton 


Kew Vienna 


Clinton 


Kew Washington 


Crawford 


Kew Waterford 


Columbiana 


Kew Way 


Licking 


Kew Westfield 


Wood 


Kew Winchester 


Crawford 


^ey 


Defiance 


Kicholsville 


Clermont 


Kiles 


Trumbull 


Kimisila 


Summit 


Koble 


NobK 


Koblesvilk 


Noble 


Konpareil 


Knox 


Korristown 


Carroll 


Korth Ba8< Island 


Ottawa 


Korth Bcntou 


Mahoning 


Kortli Berne 


Fairfield 


ilwlli BloumlJcld 


TnimbuU 



Oregon 

Orrville 

Orwell 

Osboru 

Osman'3 

Osnaburg 

Ostrandei 

Otsego 

Ottawa 

Ottokee C. H. 

Otway 

Otwell's Mills 

Outville 

Overpeck's Station 

Ovid 

Owensville 

Oxford 

Paddy's Run 

Painesville 

Paint 

Painter Creek 

Pamtersville 

Palestine 

Fallow 

Palmyra 

Palo Alto 

I'ancoastburg 

Paris 

Parisville 

Parkman 

Park's Mills 

Parma 

Pataskala 

J*atmos 

Patriot 

Patterson 

Paulding 



Knox 

Mahoning 

Lake 

Geauga 

Hancock 

Lorain 

Hardin 

Cuyahoga 

Guernsey 

Ashtabula 

Cuyahoga 

Summil 

Darke 

Champaign 

Highland 

Gallia 

Hardin 

Williams 

Delaware 

Summit 

Huron 

Muskingum 

Harrison 

Ashland 

I'erri 

Ottaw: 

Jackson 

Clinton 

Hancock 

Lorain 

Crawford 

Hour} 

Butler 

Trumbul 

Butler 
Wivn. 
Huron 
CrawforO 
NobK 
Clern.on: 
Meg- 
Noble 
Richland 
Cuyahoga 
Piki 
C^irrol 
Kichlaud 
Mahoning' 
Delaware 
Trumbul! 
Warren 
W ay iie 
Ashtaliuhi 
Gxeene 
Adams 
Stark 
Delaw 
Muskingum 
Ottawa 
Fulton 
Scioto 
Darke 
Licking 
Butler 
Franklin 
Clermont 
Butler 
Butler 
Lake 
ghlaud 
Darke 
Green- 
Pickawa^ 
Starii 
Portage 
Seueea 
Fayette 
Stark 
Portage 
Geauga 
Franklii; 
Cuyahogi 
Licking 
Mahoniu- 
Gallia 
Delaware 
Paulding 



Pe»t Office. 

Pemberton 
Pen.lleton 
Penfield 
Peninsula 
Peuusville 
Peoli 
Perin'sMills 
Perote 
Perry 
Perrysburg 
P-rryton 
Perryville 
Peru 

Petersburg 
Pettisville 
Petouguet 
Pharisburg 
Phelps 
Plieuix 
Philanthropy 
Pliililisburg 
Philo 

Fiekerington 
Pickerel town 
Pierce 
Pieriiont 
Pike 
Piketon 
Pikesvillo 
Pilcher 
Pine Grove 
Pioneer 
Piqua 
Pisgah 
Pittsfield 
Plain 
Plaiutield 
Plaiuville 
Plank Road 
Plato 

Plattsville 
Pleasant Corners 
Pleasant Hill 
Pleasant Plain 
Pleasant Ridge 
Pleasant Run 
l*lea3anton 
Pleasant Valley 
I'leasantviUe 
Plimpton 
iMy mouth 
Poast Town 
Poe 

Point Lsabel 
Point Pleasant 
Poland 
Polk 
Pomeroy 
Pond 
Pontiac 
Poplar 
Poplar Ridge 
Portage 
Portage Center 
I'ort Clinton 
t'orter 
i'urtersville 
I'ort Homer 
I'tirtlaud 
Portsmouth 
; Port Union 
Port Washington 
Port William 
Potsdam 
Powell 
Powellsville 
Powhatan Point 
Prairie Depot 
Piairieville 
Pratt 
Preston 
Pricetowu 
i'rimrose 
Princeton 
I'ropstville 
Prospect 
f'ruviience 
Pugh 
Pulaski 
Pulaskiville 
l*ut-in Bay 
Putnam 
Pyrmont 
••iuaker Bottom 
Quincy 
liacine 

Raccoon Island 
Radnor 
Ramsl oro* 
Randolph 
Rapids 
I'arden 



County. 



Post Office. 



Shelby Ravenna 
Putnam Kawsonville 

Lorain Raymonds 
Summit Rays 
Morgan Reading 
Tuscarawas Red Lion 
Clermont ' Ueid's 
Ashland! Reed's Mills 
Lake Rcedsburg 



Wood 

Licking 

Ashland 

Huron 

Mahoning 

Fulton 

Henry 

Union 

Ashtabula 

Asntabula 

Butler 



Reedtown 

ReedsviUe 

Reesville 

Regneir's Mills 

Rehobotli 

Reiley 

Reinersville 

Remson's Corners 

Renrock 

Republic 

Republican 



Jetlersoa Reynoldsburg 



Muskingum 

Fairiield 

Logan 

Stark 

Ashtabula 

Perry 

Pike 

Darke 

Belmont 

Gallia 

Williams 

Miami 

Butler 

Lorain 

■Wayne 

Coshocton 

Hamilton 

Belmont 

Lorain 

Shelby 

Franklin 

Miami 

Warren 

Hamilton 

Hamilton 

Athens 

Moriran 

Fairfield 

Holmes 

Richland 

Butlei 

Medina 

Clermont 



Mahoning 

Ashlaud 

Meigs 

Geauga 

Huron 

Crawford 

Darke 

Wood 

Hancock 

Ottawa 

Delaware 

Perry 

Jeflerson 

Meigs 

Scioto 

Butler 

Tuscarawas 

Clinton 

Miami 

Delaware 

Scioto 

Belmont 

Wood 

Erie 

Shelby 

Hamilton 

Highland 

Williams 

Butler 

Pickaway 

Marion 

Lucas 

Belmont 

Williams 

Morrow 

Ottawa 

Muskingum 

Montgomery 

Lawrence 

Logan 

Meigs 

Gallia 

Delaware 

Highland 

Portage 

Scioto 



Richfield 

Richmond 

Richmond Center 

Richmond Dale 

Richwood 

Ridgeland 

Ridgeville 

Ridgeville Corners 

Riga 

Rinehart 

Ringgold 

Rio Grande 

Ripley 

Ripley ville 

Riverdale 

River Styx 

Rives 

Rix's Mills 

Robertsville 

Robtown 
Rochester Depot 

Rocksford 

Roek Camp 

Rock House 

Rockport 

Rockv Fork 

Rocky Hill 

Roek"Oak 

Rodney 

Ro^ersville 

Rokeby 

Rollersville 

Rome 

Rootstown 

Roscoe 

Rose 

Rosedale 

Rose Hill 

Roscville 

Ross 

Rosseau 

Round Bottom 

Round Head 

Rows 

Rowville 

Roxabell 

Roxbury 

Royal Oak 
Royalton 

Ruggles 



County. 

Portage 

Loraia 

Union 

Jackson 

Hamilton 

Warren 

Paulding 

Vinton 

Wayne 

Seneca 

Meigs 

Clinton 

Washington 

Perry 

Butler 

Morgan 

Medina 

Noble 

Seneca 

Darke 

Franklin 

Summit 

Jefierson 

Ashtabula 

Ross 

Union 

Henry 

Warren 

Henry 

Lncac 

Auglaize 

Morgan 

Gallia 

Brown 



Rural 

Rural Dale 

Rush Creek 

Rush 

Rush Run 

Rushville 

Rushsvlvania 

Russcil 

Russell's Place 

Russellville 

Russell's Station 

Rutland 

Sabina 

Saint Charles 

Saint Clair 

Saint C'utirsvilla 

Saint Henry's 

Saint John's 

Saint Joseph 

Saint Joseph College 

Saint Louisville 

Saint Martin's 

Saint Mary's 

Saint Paris 

Saint Paul's 

Sago 

Salesville 

Salem 

Salem Center 

Saliueville 

Salt Creek 



Hii 

Greene 

Medina 

Richland 

Muskingum 

Stark 

Pickaway 

Lorain 

Tuscarawas 

Lawrence 

Hocking 

Cuyahoga 

Licking 

Jackson 

Athens 

Gallia 

Tuscarawas. 

Morgan 

Sandusky 

Ashtabula 

Portage 

Coshocton 

Can oil 

Sladison 

Darke 

Muskingum 

Butler 

Morgan 

Monroe 

Hardin 

Ashland 

Licking 

Rest 

Morgan 

Paulding 

Fairfield 

Ashland 

Clermont 

Muskingum 

Union 

Tuscarawas 

Jerters-jix 

Fairfield 

Logan 

Geauga 

Lawrence 

Brown 

Hiehland 

JIei;!8 

Clinton 

Butler 

Columbiana 

Belmont 

Mercer 

Aut'laiai 

Williams 

Perry 

Licking 

Brown 

* Anglaiie 

Champaign 

Pickaway 

Muskingnm 

Guernsey 

Columbians; 

Meigl 

Col 

Uolmet 



POST OFFICES — OHIO OREGON. 



61 



PoH Office. 



Count!/. 



Saltillo Holmes 

Samantha Highland 

SamsonvUle Jackson 

Sandusky Erie 

Sandy Columbiana 

Saudyville Tuscarawas 

SaraUsville Noble 

Sardinia- Brown 

Sardis Monroe 

Savannah Ashland 

Saw Mill Seneca 

Saybrook Ashtabula 

Schooley'a Station Russ 

Scio Harrison 

Scioto Scioto 

Scioto Furnace Seioto 

Sciotoville Seioto 

Scotch Ridge Wood 

Scott Adams 

Scott Town Lawrence 

Scroggifield Carroll 

Seal Wyandott 

Sego Perry 

Selma Clark 

SenecaviUe Guernsey 

Seven Mile Butler 

Seven Mile Prairie Darke 

Sewellsville Belmont 

Shade Athens 

Shadeville Franklin 

Shalersville Portage 

Shaler's Mills Knox 

Shanandnah Ricliland 

Shane's Crossing Mercer 

Shanesville Tuscarawas 

Sharon Noble 

Sharon Center Medina 

Sharonville Hamilton 

Shar|>sburg Hamilton 

Shaucks Morrow 

Sheffield Lorain 
■Sheffield Lake 

Shelby Richland 

Shepherustown Belmont 

Sherman Huron 

Sherodsville Carroll 

Shields' Belmont 

Shiloh Richland 

Short Creek Harrison 

Shreve Wayne 

Sicily Highland 

Sidney . Shelby 

Silver Creek Hardin 

Silver Run Meigs 

Sinking Spring Highlami 
Sixteen Mile Stand Hamilton 



Post Office. 

Stemburg 

Stelvideo 

Steuben 

Steubenville 

Stillwater 

Stockport 

Stone Creek 

Storrs 

Stouts 

Sroutsville 

Stovertowa 

Strasburg 

Straitsville 

Streetsboroiigh 

Strongsville 

Stryker 

Suffleld 

Sugar (rrova 

Sugar Ridge 



Skeel's '^ Roads 
: Sligo 

I Sloan's Station 
I Smithfleld 

Smithtield Station 

Smith Road 
I SmithviUe 
) Smyrna 

Snow Hill 
j Solon 
f Somerset 
( Somerton 
( Somerville 

Sonora 



Mercer 

Clinton 

Jeflerson 

Jefferson 

Mahouiuc 

Medina 

Wayne 

Harrison 

Clinton 

Cuyahoga 

Perrv 

Belmont 

Butler 

Muskingum 



South Arlington Montgomery 
South Bloomfteld Pickaway 
South Bloomingville Hockin 



South Charleston 

Southington 

South Kirkland 

South New Castle 
f South Olive 

South Perrv 

South Plymouth 
I South Point 

South Ridge 
J South Salem 

South Solon 

South Thompson 

South Warsaw 

Sparta 

Spt'ucer 

Spencer Station 

Springborough 

Spring Dale 

Springfield 

Spring Hills 

S-priugLake 

Sjiriug Mountain 

S|uing Valley 

St.iflbrd 

Stanley 

St.u-r 

State Lin>6 

Station Fifteen 

Staunton 



County. 

Ashtabula 

Darke 

Huron 

Jefferson 

Tuscarawas 

Morgan 

Tuscarawas 

Hamilton 

Adams 

Fairfield 

Muskingum 

Tuscarawas 

Perry 

Portage 

Cujahoga 

Williams 

Portage 

Fairfifld 

Putn, 



Sucar Tree Ridge Highland 

Sullivan . Ashland 

Sulphur Spring Crawford 

Summerfield Noble 

Snmmerlbrd Madison 

Summit Summit 

Summitville Columbiana 

unbury Delaware 

wan Vintou 

Swan Creek Gallia 

anton Lucas 

eet Wine Hamilton 

Sycamore Wyandott 

Sylvania Lucas 

Sylvia Hardin 

Symmes Hamilton 

Symmes' Corner Butler 

Symmcs' Run Lawrence 

■yi-acuse Meiijs 



Post Office. 

bail's y. Road 

Valley Ford 

Vanatta 

Van Buren 

Vandalia 

Vanlne 

Van's Valley 

Van Wert 

Vaughnsville 

Venice 

Vermillion 

Vernon 

Vito 

Versailles 

Vienna 

Vienna y Roads 

"igo 



Tallmadge 

Tampico 

I'ank Town 

Tapnan 

Tariton 

Cawawa 



Summit 

Darke 

Doliware 

Harrison 

Pickaway 

Shelby 



Clark 

Trumbull 

Lak 

Gallia 

Nobl 

Hooking 

Fayette 

Lawrence 

Ashtabula 

Ross 

Madison 

Geauga 

Allen 

Morrow 

Medina 

Guernsey 

Warren 

Hamilton 

Clark 

Champaign 

W'illiams 

Coshocton 

Greene 

Monroe 

Putnam 

Hockinir 

Trumbull 

Harrison 

Fayette 



Taylor's Center Union 

Taylor's Creek Hamilton 

Taylorsville Montgomery 

Teegardin Pickaway 

Tedrow Fulton 

Temperanceville Belmont 

Terre Haute Champaign 

Texas Henry 

Thivener Gallia 

Thompson Geauga 

Thornville Perry 

Three Locusts Marion 

Thurman Gallia 

Tiffin Seneca 

Tippecanoe Harrison 

Tiro Crawford 

Tiverton Coshocton 

Toboseo Licking 

Todd's Morgan 

Toledo Lucas 

Tompkins Hamilton 

Tontogany Wood 

Torch Athens 

Townsend Sandusky 

Townsend Station Huron 

Trail Run Monroe 

Tradersville Madison 

Tranquility Adams 

Transit Hamilton 

Tremont Clark 

Troiton Butler 

Triad el phia Morgan 

Trimble Athens 

Troy Miami 

Trumbull Ashtabula 

TuUy Van Wert 

Tunnell Washington 

Tupper's Plains Meigs 

Tuscarawas Tuscarawas 
Twenty Mile Stand Warren 

Twinsburg Summit 

Tymochtee Wyandott 

Tyrone Coshocton 

Uhricksville Tuscarawas 

[Tnderwood's Marion 

Onion Montgomery 

Union Plain Brown 

Union Port Jefferson 

Union Town Belmont 

Uuionville Lake 

Unionville Center Union 

Uniopolis Auglaize 

Unity Columbiana 

Updegraff's Jefferson 

Upper Sandusky Wyandott 

Upshur Preble 

Urbana Champaign 

Utica Lieking 



Vincent 

Vineyard Hill 

Vinton 

Vinton Station 

Wade 

Wadsworth 

Waggoner's Ripple 

W agram 

Wahoo 

Wait's Station 

Wakatonika 

Wakemau 

Waldo 

Wales 

Wal bonding 

Waller 

Walnut 

Walnut Creek 

Walnut Hill 

Walnut Ridge 

Wapakoneta 

Warnock 

War pole 

Warren 

Warrensville 

Warrenton 

Warsaw 

Washington 

Washington C. H 

Wa-ihingtonville 

Waterford 

Waterloo 

Watson's Station 

Watertown 

Waterville 

Watkins 

Wattsville 

Wauseon 

Waverly 

Waynesburg 

Waynesfleld 

Waynesville 

Webster 

Wegee 

We lersville 

Wellington 

Wellsville 

Welshfield 

Wesl'.y 

West Alexandria 

West Andover 



County. 

Morrow 

ileigs 

Licking 

Hancock 

Montgomery 

Hancock 

Delaware 

Van Wert 

Putnam 

Erie 

Trumbull 

Washineion 

Darke 

Trun.bull 

Clarke 

Ross 

AVashington 

Atiams 

Gallia 

Vinton 

Washington 

Medina 

Adams 

Licking 

Maflison 

Scioto 

Coshocton 

Huron 

Marion 

(iallia 

Coshocton 



Poat Office. 

VS'est Rushvilla 
West Sonora 
West Salem 
West Union 
West Unity 
West View 
Westville 



County. 

Fairfield 

Preble 

Wayne 

Adams 

Williams 

Cuvalioga 

Champ 



West Williamsfield A-ihtahula 



West Witdsor 
West Woodville 
West Zanesville 
Weymouth 
Whartousburg 
Wheat Ridge 
Wheelersburg 
Whetstone 

l^higville 

1^ hips town 
White Cottage 



Ro 



Fairfield 

Holmes 

Hamilton 

Gallia 

Auglaize 

Belmont 

Wvandott 

Trumbull 

Cuyahoga 

Jefferson 

Coshocton 

Gnernse}- 

Fayette 

Columbiana 

Washington 

Gallia 

Seneca 

Washington 

Lucas 

Union 

Carroll 

Fulton 

Pike 

Stark 

Auglaize 

Warreu 

Darke 

Belmont 

Crawford 

Lorain 

Columbiana 

Geauga 

Washington 

Preble 

Ashtabula 



Rie'iland 

Ciermont 

Muskingum 

Medina 

Wyandott 

Ailams 

Scioto 

M')rrow 

Noble 

Perry 

,ix,_. .^ =- Muskngum 

\\ hite Eye's Plains Coshocton 

J^^|'e House Lucas 

\N hite Oak Fayette 

White Sulphur Springs 

,„, Delaware 

VV hittlesey 

Wicklift'e 

Wiley's Station 

Wilkesville 

Wilkins 

Wilkin's Run 

Willetville 

Williamsburg 

Williams' Center 

A'illiamsfield 

W 



West Barre 
West Bedford 
Westboro' 
West Bridgewater 
West Brookfiold 
West Bufialo 
West Cairo 
West Canaan 
West Carlisle 
West Charleston 
Westchester 
West Klkton 
Western Star 
Westerville 
Westfield 
West Florence 
West Fremont 
West Independence 
West Jefferson 
West Lafayette 
West Lancaster 
West Lebanon 
West Liberty 
West Lodi 
West Manchester 
West Slauifield 
West Jliddlebnrg 
West iMill Grove 
West Milton 
Westminster 
Weston 
West Newton 
West Point 



Fulton 

Coshocton 

Clinton 

Williams 

Stark 

Williams 

Allen 

Madison 

Coshocton 

Miami 

Butler 

Preble 

Summit 

Franklin 

Morrow 

Preble 

Sandusky 

Hancock 

Madison 

Coshocton 

Fayette 

Wayne 

Logan 

Seneca 

Preble 

Logan 

L 



illiamsport 
Willoughhy 
Willow Wood 
Whartonsburo' 
Wilseyville 
Wilshire 
Wilmington 
WiHon's Mills 
Wilson's Station 
Winameg 
Winchester 
W^indham 
Windham Station 
Windsor 
NVinesburg 
Windfield 
Winter's Station 
Wintersville 
Withamsville 
Wittens 
Woodbury 
Woodingtoa 
Wood Grove 
Woodsfield 
Wood's Station 
Woodstock 
Woodview 
Woodville 
Woodland 
Wood Yard 
Wooiter 
Worth 

Worthington 
Wy naut 
Wyandott 
Xenia 

Yankee Ridge 
Yankee town 
■kellow Bud 
Yellow Pond 
Yellow Springs 
Yelvertou 
York 

Young Hickory 
Young's Mills 
Yonugstown 
Youngsville 
Zaleski 
Zanesfield 
Zanesville 
Zeno 

Zimmerman 
Zoar 
Zoar Station 



"W. 



Miami 

Allen 

Wood 

Allen 

Columbiana 



Medina 

Lake 

Darke 

Vinton 

Union 

Licking 

Highland 

Clermont 

Williams 

Ashtabula 

Pickaway 

Lake 

Lawrence 

Wyandott 

Defiance 

Van VVert 

Clinton 

Cuvahoga 

Clintsn 

Fulton 

Guernsey 

Portage 

Ashtabula 

Holmes 

Tuscarawas 

Sandusky 

Jefferson 

Clermont 

Monroe 

Wood 

Darke 

Morgan 

Monroe 

Butler 

Champaign 

MolTOW 

Sandusky 

Darke 

Athens 

Wayne 

Perry 

Franklin 

Shelby 

Wyandott 

Greene 

Coshocton 

Darke 

Ross 

Ross 

Greene 

Hardin 

Union 

Muskingum 

Monroo 

Mahoning 

Adams 

Vinton 

Logan 

Jfnskingiim 

Muskingum 

Greene 

Tuocarawaa 



Oregon, 



PoH Offic-. 

Albany 
jVmity 
Applegate 
Ashland Mills 
Astoria 
Auiora Uilla 



County. 

Linn 

Tarn Hill 

J ai^ksua 

Clatsop 
Mariva 



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POST OFFICES OREGON PENNSYLVANIA. 



Pott Office. 

Bl>ioii>inpton 

Briilt'ir"''t 

Bro«usnllo 

Buli'uvillc 

CliaiuiHiHg 

Clu-tcu 

Colo's ViiUej 

Curvallis 

Cottiige Grove 

Ualhii 

P:tycun 

Dianiund Uill 

Elktou 

KUenberg 

Kmpire City 

EoU 

Ktua 

Kugene City 

rairticia 

Forest (irore 

Franklin 

l'"ri.-e(lom 

GaU'ville 

Glad Tidings 

Grand Konde 

Harrisliurg 

Hillsloro- 

Hood River 

Independence 

Jacksonville 

Kellogg '3 

Kirliy 

Kine'3 Valley 

Lackamute 

Lafajette 

Lawn Arljor 

Lelianuu 

Leland 

Liberty 

Locust Grove 

Long Tom 

JIcMinnville 

Jlliwaukie 

Blouuionth 

llyrUe Creek 

Needy 

Kortii Canvonville 

North Yam Hill 

Oakland 

Oregon City 

Oswego 

Peoria 

Phenix 

Piue 

Pleasant HiU 

Plum Valley 

Portland 

Port Orford 

Randlopli 

Rocki.oint 

Kosebiirc 

Ko'ind Prairie 

St. Clair 

St. Helen 

Sa'em 

Salt Creek 

Sandy 

Sautiam City 

Scio 

Scottsburg 

Siuslaw 

Silverton 

Slate Creek 

Souvies Island 

Sprin^ville 

Starr's Point 

Sublimitr 

The D.illi-s 

Umpqua City 

Valiontis 

Wucopum 

Wapatoo 

Waldo 

Williamsburg 

Williamette Forks 

Willamina 

Winchester 

Yoncalla 



Cumily. 



Fval Office. 



Jfarion , Adams 
Polk: Adamsburg 
Pidkj Adamstown 
LiiMi Adumsvillo 

Mni'iin Addison 
Ahirioii : A^'iiew's Mills 

Curry Airy Dale 

Douglas AkersviUe 

Bcutoii Alba 

Lane Albimy 

p. .Ik' Alberts 

Tarn Hill, Albion 

Linn I Albri^htsville 
t ni["l"-i AUi.nville 
Cuirv Alexandria 
Coo'sl Alle^liany 
Polk I Alleghany Bridge 



County. 

Armstrong 

Westmoreland 

Lancaster 

Crawford 

SiiUjerSft 

iin;^o 



Hiiutinp.don 

Fulton 

Bradford 

Berks 

Luzerne 

Krie 

Carbon 

M'ajne 

Huntin^^don 

Alleghany 

Me K can 

Cunilierland 

Lehinb 

Mifflin 

Berks 

Blair 

Bedford 

Jofler.sou 

Lvconiing 



Peiiiisylvaiiia. 



Pott Office. 

Aaroniburg 

Abbottjtown 

Abington 

Academia 

Ac hey '3 Comer 



Polk Allen 
Lane Allentown 
Marion Allensville 
Washington Alsace 
Lane Altoona 

Alum Bank 

Douglas Alvan 

Clackamas; Alvira _- , — ^ 

Polk j Amberson'B Valley Franklin 

Linnl Amity Washington 

Washington ' Analomink Monroe 

Wascopum Anandale Butler 

Pidkj Andalusia Bucks 

Jackson Andersonburg Perry 

Vmpijua Anderson's Slills Butler 

Jos'.-phiiie Andesville Perry 

Benton Andora Philadelphia 

Polk ! Annin Creek McKean 

Tarn Hill ' Anuville Lebanon 

Polk Ansonville Clearfield 

Linn, Antes Center 

Josephine; Antfcstown Blair 

Benton Apollo Armstrong 

Umpquaj Applebacksville Bucks 

Lane ' Apple Grove York 

Yam Hill i Ararat Susquehanniib 

ClackaUKis] Archbald Luzerne 

Polkj Arch Spring Blair 

Douglas I Arendtsville Adams 

Clackamas Ariel AVayne 

Douglas Armaugh Indiana 

Yam Hill Arroyo Klk 

Lou^'las Arsenal Alleghany 

Clackamas Ashland Sehuylkiil 

Asylum Bradford 

Linn j Athens 

Jackson Atkinson's Mills Mifflin 

Linn j Attleborough Bucks 

Lane Auburn Schuylkill 

Polk Auburn Center Susquehannah 

Multnomah [ Auburn I'our Corners 

Curry ! Aughwick Mills Huntingdon 
Coos I Augusta Northumberland 

J ackson i A von Lebanon 

Douglas A vondale Chester 

I Ayers Indiana 

Marion I Ayer's Hill Potter 

Columbia' Baden Beaver 

Marion! Bailey Creek Tioga 

Polk 1 Bailey Hollow Luzerne 

Clackamasj Bainbridge Lancaster 

Marion; Baker Bank Beaver 

Liuu Kakerstowu Alleghany 

L'miiquai Bakersville A SomerseL 

Lane, Bald liable York 

M.u-ioiil Bald Hill Clearfield 

Jo^ephm. I Bald Mount Luzerne 

Washington* Baldwin Butler 

Multnomah : lialm Mercer 

Beutiinj Barbour's Mills Lycoming 

Marion i Bareville Lancaster 

Wasco] Barnesville Schuylkill 

Umpquaj liarnharf s Mills Butler 

Polk I Barre Forge Huntingdon 

Wascopum' liarren Hill Montgomerv 

Washington Barry Schuylkill 

Joseidiine liart Lancaster 

" Bartonsville Monroe 

Lane Bartville Lancaster 

Yam llilll Bastross Lycoming 

Douglas Bath Northampton 

Umpquaj Bavington Washington 

^^^^^^ Baunistown Berks 

" j Heaeh GDve Luzerue 
Beach t larea 
Beach Pond 
lieallsville 
Hoar Creek 
Count!/. Bear Gap 
Bearmont 
Bearto 



Pout Office. 

lieavertown 

Beaver Valley 

Bechtelsville 

Heck's Mills 

lleekersvillo 

Bedford 

Kedniinster 

Heech Bottom 

Ueech Creek 

Belfast 

Belknap 

Bella Sylva 

Bellefonle 

liellemonte 

Belle Valley 

hLlle Vernon 

Celleview 

Belleville 

Bcndersville 

Benvenue 



ette 



Benford's Store 

Benner 

Bentley Creek 

Heutleyville 

Benton 

lienzinger 

Berkley's 

Berlin 

Berlin Center 

Berlinsville 

Bermudiau 

Bernville 

Berry sburg 

Berw ick 

Bethany 

Bethel 

Bethel Station 

Bethlehem 

Bethesda 

Big Bend 

Bigler 

I'.ig Run 

Big Spring 

Bingham 

Bin'klev's Bridi 



Cent 

Adams j Beaver Center 
Montgomery I Beaver C. H. 

Juniata! Beaver Meadows 
Lebanon! Beaver Springs 



Wayne 

Washington 

Luzerne 

Northumberland 

Schuylkill 

Lancaster 

Crawford 

Beaver 

Carbon 

Snyder 



County. 

Snyder 

Columbia 

Berks 

Washington 

Berks 

Bedford 

Bucks' 

Elk 

Clinlou 

Northampton 

Armstrong 

Wyoming 

Center 

Lancaster 

Erie 

Fayette 

Lebanon 

MitHin 

Adams 

Dauphin 

Elk 

Somerset 

Center 

Bradford 

Washington 

Columbia 

Elk 

Somerset 

Wayne 

Northampton 

Adams 

Berks 

Dauphin 

Columbia 

Wuyne 

Berks 

Cambria 

Northampton 

Lancaster 

Venango 

Adanis 

Jefferson 

Cumberland 

Potter 

■e Lancaster 



Birehardsville Susquehannah 



Birdsboro 

Birmingham 

Black Ash 

Black Creek 

Black Fox 

Black Hawk 

Black Horse 

Black Lick Mills 

Blain 

Blairsville 

Blakely 

Blanket Hill 

Blockley 

Bloody Bun 

Bluonifield 

Bloming Valley 

Bloonisburg 

Bloumville 

Blossburg 

Bloserville 

Blue Ball 

Blue Bell 

Blue Mountain 

Blue Rock 

Boalsburg 

BodinesvlUe 

Boiling Spring 

Bolivar 

Bnoth Corner 

Boquette 

Bossardsville 

Boston 

Bovard's Store 

Bower 

Bower Hill 

Bower's Station 

Bowman's Creek 

liowmansville 

Boyerstowu 

Brackney Susqtiehannah 

Braddoek's Field Alleghany 

Bradenville Westmoreland 

Bradford McK 

Brady Indiana 

Brady's Bend Armstrong 

Braintrem Wyoming 

Branch Dale Schuylkill 

BranchJunctionWestmorelaiid 

Brandy wine Manor Chester 



Berk 

Huntingdon 

Crawford 

Luzerne 

Clarion 

Beaver 

Chester 

Indiana 

Perry 

Indiana 

Luzerne 

Armstrong 

Philadelphia 

Bedford 

Crawford 

Columbia 

Clearfield 

Tioga 

Cumberland 

Lancasiei 

Montgomery 

Northampton 

Chester 

Center 

Ly eominii, 

Cumlierland 

"Westmorelaiui 

Delaware 

Westmoreland 

?.Iouroe 

Northampton 

Butler 

Clearfield 

Washington 

Berks 

WyoHiin 

Lancaste 

Berks 



Pout Office. 

Bridgewater 

Brinkerton 

Bristol 

Broad Axe 

Broad Mountain 

Broad Top 

Bvockway ville 

Broadhead 

Brodbeek's 

Brodbeadville 

Brookdale 

Brookheld 

Brooklaud 

Brooklyn 

Brookville 

Brower 

Brownington 

Brownsburg 

Brown's Mills 

Bruwutown 

Brow nsville 

Bruin 

Brumfieldville 

Brush Creek 

Brush Run 

Brush Valley 

Bryansville 

Buchanan 

Buck 

Buck Horn 

iJiiekingqam 

Buckstowu 

Bueksville 

Buck Valley 

Buena Vista 

Butialo 

Butlalo Jlills 

Biiflalo Cross Roads 

BuHalo Ri.u 

Bunker HiU 

Burgettstown 

Burlington 

Burns 

Burnside 

Burnt Cabins 

Burrell 

Bursonville 

Burtvillu 

Bushkill 



Coutity. 

Bucks 

Clarion 

Bucks 

Montgomerv 

SchiiylKil'l 

Huntingdon 

Jetlersoa 

Alleghany 

York 

Monroe 

Susquehannah 

Tioga 

Potter 

Susquehannah 

Jeflersou 

Berks 

Butler 

Berks 

Jetlerson 

Bradford 

Fayette 

Butler 

Berks 

Beaver 

Washingtou 

Indiana 

York 

Alleghany 

Lancaster 

Columbia 

Bucks 

Somerset 

Bucks 

Fulton 

Alleghany 

Washington 

Bedford 

Union 

Center 

Bucks 

Washington 

Bradford 

Crawford 

Clearfield 

Fulton 

Westmoreland 

Bucks 

Melvean 

Pike 



BuskKilnOenter Northampton 
Bustleton Philadelphia 



Butler 

Butztowu 

Byberry 

Cabinet 

Caernavron 

Cains 

Caledonia 

Callensburg 

Cain 

Calvin 

Camargo 

Cambra 

Cambridge 

Cameron 

Campbellstown 

Campbellville 

Camptowu 

Canaan 

Canal 

Canilor 

Canoe Creek 

Caunousburg 

I'auton 

Carbon 

Carbondale 

Carlisle 



Butle 

Northampton 

Philadelphia 

Montgomery 

Berks 

Lancaster 

Elk 

Clarion 

Chester 

Huntingdon 

Lancaster 

Ltizerne 

Lancaster 

Clinton 

Lebanon 

Sullivan 

Bradford 

Wayne 

Venango 

Washington 

Blair 

Washington 

Bradford 

Carbon 

Luzerne 

Cumberland 



Carlisle Springs Cumberland 



Carmichael's 

Carrick 

Carrick Furnace 

Carroll 

Carroll town 

Carter Camp 

Carter HiU 

Carversville 

Carverton 

Cascade 

Cashtown 

Cass 

Cassville 

Castle Fin 

Oatasauqua 

Catawissa 

Catfish Furnace 



Greene 

Alleghany 

Franklin 

Clinton 

Cambria 

Potter 

Erie 

Bucks 

Luzerue 

Wayne 

Adams 

Venango 

Huntingdon 

York 

Lehigh 

Columbia 

Clar 



Breakneck 

Breinigsville 

Brickerville 

Bridcsburg 

l^ridgeport 

Bridge VuUoy 



Butler 
Lehigh 
Lancaster 
Philadelphia 
Montgomery- 
Bucks 



Cavettsville Westmoreland 

Cedar Run Lycoming 

Cedar Springs Clinton 

Central Columbia 

Center Perry 

Center Bridge Bucks 

Center Hall Center 



Post Offic 



POST OFFICES PENNSYLVANIA. 



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County, 



Center Hill Center 

Center Line " 

CenterMorelnnd Wyoming 

Center Ruu testation Crawford 
Center Sjnare Montgomery 



Centertown 
Center Valley 
CeuterviUe 
Cliaild'sFord 
Chambersburg 
Chambers i-ille 
Cliancet'ord 
ChaudlerviUe 
.ChaneyviUe 
Chapinville 
Chapman 
Charleston 
Charlesville 
Chartier 
Cliatham 
Chatham Run 
Chatham Valley 
Chelsea 
Cheltenham 
Chenango 
Cherry Flats 
Cherry Hill 
Cherry Ridge 
Cherry Tree 
Cherry Valley 
Cherryville 
Chedniit (irove 
ChesTUit Hill 
Chesnut Level 
Chess Springs 
Chest 
Chester 

Chester Springs 
Chester Valley 
Chesterville 
Cheyuey 



Merc 

Lehigh 

Crawford 

Delaware 

Franklin 

Indiana 

Yorli 

Chester 

Bedford 

Crawford 

Siiyder 

Tioga 

Bedford 

Allegheny 

Chester 

Clinton 

Tioga 

Delaware 

Montgomery 

Lawrence 

Tioga 

Erie 

Wayne 

Venango 

Washington 

Northampton 

Lycoming 

Philadelph 

Lancaster 

Cambria 

Cleartield 

Delaware 

Chester 



Delaware 



Post OJir.e. 

Cook 

Cooksport 

Cook's Rua 

Cookstown 

Cocdbaugha 

Cool Spring 

Coon Island 

Coopersburg 

Cooperstown 

Cornplauter 

Cornwall 

Corsica 

Corsons 

Corydon 

Cosgrave Hall 

Cottage 

Coultersville 

Covesville 

Covington 

Cowanivillc 

Cowdersport 

Coxtown 

Coyleville 

Crab Tree 

Cranberry 

Cresson 

Crassona 

Crooked Creek 

Crooked Hill 

Cronover's Mills 



County, 

Erie 
Indiana 

Clinton 

Fayette 

Monroe 

Jetterson 

Washington 

Lehigh 

Venango 

Lebanon 

Jeft'ersou 

Lycoming 

Warren 

Union 

Huntingdon 

Butler 

Afonroe 

Tioga 

Armstrong 

Potter 

Berks 

Butler 

Westmoreland 

Venango 

Cambria 

Schuylkill 

Tioga 

Montgomery 

Huntingdon 



CrossCreek Village Wasiiington 



ChillisnuaqueNorthumberlaud 

Choeonut Su 

Christiana 

Chulasky 

Church Hill 

Churchtowu 

Clara 

Clariugton 

Clarion 

Clark 

Clarksburg 

Clark's Green 

ClarksviUe 

Claussville 

Claysvilla 

Clayton 

Cleartield 

Cleartield Bridge 

Clear Spring 

Clearville 

Clermoutville 

Clitlbrd 

Clifton 

Cl.uton 

Olintun Corner 

ClintOiivillo 



luehanuah 

Lancaster 

Northumberland 

Luzerne 

Lancaster 

Potter 

Forest 

Clarion 

Mercer 

Indiana 

Luzerne 

CJreeue 

Lehigh 

Washington 

Berks 

Cleartield 



Cloke 



Clonmell 

Coalmont 

Coal Port 

Coals Bluff 

Coal Valley 

Coatesville 

Cocalieo 

Cochran's Mills 

Cochransville 

Cochranton 

Codurus 

Cotfee Run 

Cogan Hoase 

Cogan Station 

Cold Spring 

Colebrjok 

Colebrookdale 

Culemausville 

Colerain 

Colerain Forge 

Colesburg 

Cole's Creek 

CoUamer 

C jlumbia 

Columbia ><( Roads 

C'diimbus 

Commettsburg 

Concord 

Concordville 

Conestoga 

Conneautville 

Couuellsville 

Coiishohocken 

ConyugUam 



York 

BedfoJd 

McKean 

SusquL'hcuaab 

Luzerne 

Alleghany 

Wvoming 

Venango 

Washington 

Lancaster 

Huntingdon 

Indiana 

Washington 

Alleghany 

Chester 

Lancaster 

Armuroug 

Chester 

Crawford 

York 

Huntin_'don 

Lycoming 



Cross Cut 
Cross Forks 
Crossingville 
Cross Kill Mills 
Cross Roads 
Crow's Mills 
Culley 
Culmerville 
Cumberland Valle 



Lawrence 

Clinton 

Crawford 

Berks 

York 

Greene 

Sullivan 

Alleghanv 

Bedford 



Wayne 

Lebanon 

Berks 

Lancaster 

Huntingdon 

Potter 

Columbia 

Chester 

Lancaster 

Bradford 

Warren 

Washington 

Franklin 

Delaware 

Lancaster 

Ci'awford 

Fayette 

Montgomery 

Luzerne 



Cumminsville 

Cumra 

Curlsville 

Curtin 

C.irwinsville 

Cosh 

Ci'.ssawago 

Custards 

Daggett's MilU 

Dale 

Daleville 

Uallas 

Oiilhistown 

Ualniatia 

Damacus 

Dan borough 

Diiuielsville 

Danville 

Darby 

Darlington 

Dauphin 

Davidsburg 

Davidson 

Davidson's Ferry 

Davidsville 

Davis 

Davistown 

DavisviUe 

Dawson 

Dayton 

Day's Store 

Decatur 

Decker's Point 

Defranceville 

Delaware 

Delaware Orove 

Delaware Water Gap Monroi 

Delhi Indiana 

Dempseytown Venango 

Dent Greene 

Derry Church Dauphin 

Dewart Northumberland 

Dickinson Cumberland 

Dillingorsvills Lehigh 

DilUb'iirg York 

Dill's Ferry Northampton 

Dilworthtown Chester 

Dimock Susquehaunah 

DIngman's Ferry Pike 

Dixmont Alleghany 

Doe Run Chester 

Dolington Backs 

DonaUson Schuyl[i!>) 

Donation Huntingdon 

Donegal Westmoreland 

Donually's Mills Perry 



Huntingdon 

Berks 

Clarion 

Dauphin 

Cleartield 

Crawford 

Tioga 

Berks 

Luzeru« 

York 

Northumberland 

Wayne 

Bucks 

Northampton 

Montour 

Delaware 



Dauphin 

York 

Sullivan 

Fayette 

Somerset 

Armstrong 

Greene 

Bucks 

Fayette 

Armstrong 

Greene 

Mifflin 

Indiana 

Clinton 

Pike 

Mercer 



Dor ranee 

Dirseyville 

Double Sale 

Douglass 

Douglassville 

Dover 



Luzerne 

Alleghany 

Butler 

Montgomerv 

Berks 



Post Office. 

Downington 

Doylesburg 
Doylestown 
Drakestown 
Drum's 
Drurv's Run 
Drv Ridge 
Dry Run 
Dry vi lie 
Dublin 
Dublin Mills 
Dunbar 
Duncannon 
Duncansville 
DundalT 
Dunkard 
Dfininore 
Dunuings 
Dunuingsville 
Dannsburg 
D iquesna 
Durell 
Durham 
Diirlack 
Dusbore 
Dyberry 
Eigle 

Eagle Foundry 
Eaglesmere 
Eagleville 
Eakin 
Earlville 
East Harre 
East Berlin 
East Bethlehem 
Eastbrook 
East Charleston 
East Finley 
East Freedom 
East Green 
East Hanover 
Eaat tiempfield 
East Homer 
E itt Liberty 
I'^ast Xantmeal 
East Peon 
E i:-t Pine Grove 
East Salem 
East Sandy 
I'Last Sharon 
East Smithtield 
East Springhill 
East Sterling 
East Troy 
Easton 

East Waterford 
Eaton 
Elbeiiezer 
Gbeinburg 
Kbevly'B Mill 
Echo 
Eckley 
Economy 
I'Mdingion 
Eddyville 
Eden 
Rdenville 
E g mont ^ 

••dgewood 
Ed -nborough 
Rdinhurg 
Edsallvillo 
Etfnrt 

Egvpt Mills 
Rlbinsvillo 
Elder's Mills 
Elder's Ridge 
Rldersville 
Rlderton 
Eldred 
■•;idredsville 
Eleven -Mile 
Eliiispirt 
Elizabeth 
Rlizabethtown 
Rlizahethville 
Elk Creek 
l-;ik D.ile 
Elkland 
Elk Lick 
Elk Run 
Rllisburg 
Rlliottsburg 
Elm 
El well 
l-:i wood 
Rlysburg 
Emans 
Kinbri-evill 
Bmigsville 
ilio 



County. 



Post OJfce, 



Chester Rnders 
Franklin English Center 

Bucks! E)misville 
Somerset I Eui>u Valley 
Luzerne ' Eoterliue 
Chester : i^jiterprise 
Bedford! Ephrata 
Chester ' E.(uinunk 
Berks Ercildown 
Bucks I Erie 
Fulton I Ervinna 
Favette! Eipy 
Perry ' Eipyville 
Blair, Etna 
Susquehaunah Etters 
Greene ' Eulali 



Luzerne 

Washington 

Clinton 

Alleghany 

Brad ford 

Bucks 

Lancaster 

Sullivan 

Wayne 

Warren 

Huntingdon 

Sullivan 

Montgomery 

Alleghany 

Berks 

Huntingdon 

Adams 

Washington 

Lawrence 

Tioga 

Washington 

Blair 

Erie 

Lebanon 

Lancaster 

Potter 

Fayette 

Chester 

Carbon 

Warren 

Juniata 

Venango 

Potter 

Bradford 



County, 

Dauphin 

Lycoming 

Huntingdon 

Lawrence 

Dauphiu 
Lancaster 

Wayne 

Chester 

Erie 

Bucks 

Columbia 

Crawford 

Alleghany 

York 

Potter 

Crawford 

Wyoming 

Columbia 

Juniata 

Alleghany 

Jtontour 

Luzerne 

Monroe 

Wyoming 

Jlontgomery 



Fishe 



Wayne 

Brad'ord 

Northampton 

Juniata 

WvominLT 

Indiana 

Gambia 

Cumberland 

Armstrong 

Luzerne 

Beaver 

Bucks 

Armstrong 

MoKean 

Erie 

Delaware 

Bucks 

Erie 

Lawrence 

Bradford 

Monroe 

Pike 

Bedford 

Beaver 

Indiana 

Washington 

Armstrong 

Wayne 

Sullivan 

Potter 

Lvcomine 

Al'leghuny 

Lancaster 

Dauphin 

Erie Fox CI 
Chester' Krampt 
Tioga Kr 
Somerset 
Tioga 
Potter 
Perrv 
Favette 



Evansburg 

Evan's Falls 

Evansville 

Evendale 

E wing's Mills 

Exchange 

Exeter 

Rxperiment Mills 

Factoryville 

Fagleysville _ __ 

Fairdale Susquehannah 

Fairfield Adams 

Fairmont Springs Luzerne 

Fairview Erie 

Fairview Village Montgomery 

Fairville Chester 

Fallen Timber C irabria 

Falls Wyoming 

Fallsington Bucks 

Falls of Schuylkill Philad'a 

Fallston 

Falmouth 

Fannettsburg 

Farmers 

Farmers' Valley 

Farmersville 

FavDiington 

Farmington Center 

F:;rm School 

Farranilsville 

Fawn Grove 

Fayette 

Favette Springs 

Fayetteville 

Feltonville 

Fennersville 

Fertigs 

Fertility 

Fetherolffsville 

Fi.ilevville 

First "Fork 



Fishersville 
Fishing Creek 
Fitz Henry 
Fitzwatertown 
Flatwoods 
Fleetville 
Fleming 
Flemington 
Flicksvillo 
Florence 
Fogelsville 
Forest 
Forest Hill 
Forest Lake 
Forks 
Forkston 
Forksville 
Fort Littleton 
Forty Fort 
Forwardstown 
Fostoria 
Foundryville 
Fountain Dale 
Fountain Green 
Fowlersville 
rg 



kford 
Frankfort Springs 
Franklin 
Franklin Corner 
Franklindale 



Beaver 
Lancaster 
Franklin 
York 
McKean 
Lancaster 
Fayette 
Tioga 
Center 
Clinton 
York 
Alleghany 
Fayette 
FrLinklin 
Philadelphia 
Monroe 
Venango 
Lancaster 
Berks 
Washington 
C.nneron 
Clarion 
Ferrv 

\orthumberland 



Bradford i Frankli 
Schuvlkill I Frankstown 



York I Kmlentoa 



Northumberl 

Lehigh 

Chester 

York 

Bucks 

Yenango 



Frazi 

Frederick 

Fredericksburg 

Fredericksvillo 

Fredericktown 

Freeburg 



Dau|di; 

C'dumbia 

Westmoreland 

Montgomery 

Fayette 

Luzerne 

Center 

Clinton 

Northampton 

Washington 

Lehigh 

Cleartield 

Cni.in 

Susquehannah 

Columbia 

AVyoming 

Sullivan 

Fulton 

Luzerne 

Somerset 

Blair 

Columbia 

Adams 

Chester 

Columbia 

I'orest 

Philadelphia 

Clarion 

Montgomery 

Philadelphia 

Beaver 

Venango 

Erin 

Bradford 

York 

Blair 

Chester 

Montgomery 

Lebanon 

Berks 

Washingtom 

Snyder 



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POST OFFICES — PENNSYLVANIA. 



Pv$t Office. 

Freedmn 

Freehold 

Kri'Ointtnstpurg 

Fr.ij.nrt 

Krcuch Crpik 

Frtiuh .Mills 

Frenchtuim 

Frciichville 

FricUi'iisvilld 

Frieiidsvillu 

Frostbiirg 

Fryburjj 

Fulmervillo 

FqIkiii 

Fill Ion Ifonso 

Furniiin Uill 

Furnace 

Gaiuea 

Gallilee 

Gallitzin 

Gamble's 

Gu|> 

Garland 

Gardenvillo 

Gebharts 

Gciger's Mills! 



County. 

Beayer 

M'arrcu 

Northiinipton 

Armstroiij; 

Mercer 

Bra.ilurU 

Clearfield 

Lehigh 

Susquehaniiah 

Jeller.-ii.u 

Clarion 

Tike 

Westmoreland 

X^ancaster 

■VVyoinin/ 

Berks 

Tio^a 

Wayne 

Cambria 

Alleghany 

Lancaster 

Warren 

Bucks 

Somerset 

Berks 



Post Office. 

Hamilton 

llamlinton 

Hammersley's Fork 

llaniniond's Creek 

Ilaihorton 

Hampton 

llaneyville 

Hannah Center 

Hanover 

Hanover Jiinctio 

Harbor Creek 

Harford 

Hardensbnrg 

Harleysvillo 

Harmarville 

Harmausburg 

Harmony 

Harnedsville 

Harrisbure 



County. I Pout Office. 



County. 



Post Office. 



County, 



Joff'o r5»on 

Wayne 

Clinton 

Tioga 

Chester 

Adams 

Lyconiiiig 

Center 

York 



General Wayne Montgomery 
Genesee Forks Potter 

Georgetown Beaver 

Germania Potter 

Germausville Lehigh 

Germantowa Philadelphia 
Germany Warren 

Gery'8 Buck's 

Gettysburg Adams 

G.bsoii Susquehannah 

Gilbertsville Moiit;;onierv 

Gill Hall AlUfthani 

Ginger Hill Wasbinston 

Girard Erie 

Glade Mills Butler 

Glatfelters York 

Glen Hope Cleartield 

Glen Mills Delaware 

Glenu JleKeau 

Glen Kiddla Delaware 

Glen Kock York 

Glen Koy Chester 

Glenshaw AUeghain 

Glenwood Susqueliauuaii 

Golden Hill Wyoming; 

Good Hope Cumberlaini 

Good Intent Washington 

Goodville Lancaster 

Gordon Schuylkill 

Gordonsvillo Lancaster 

Goshen 

Goshenville Chester 

Gouglersville Berks 

Oouldsborough Luierui 

Grafensburg Adams 

GrahamtouJ Cleartield 

Grahauivillc York 

Grampian Hills Cleartield 

Granite Hill Adams 

Granville Bradlord 

Orauville Summit 
<jrat2 Dauphin 

Gray's Valley Tioga 

Graysville Huntingdon 

Great Bend Sus<iuehauuah 
Greene Lancaster 

Green Bank Lancaster 

Greenbrier NorthumLerlaiid 
Franklin 
Erie 
I Beaver 

Luzerne 
Lancaster 
Adiiins 

Greene 

Westmoreland 

Alleghany 

Franklin 

Columbia 



Green Castlo 
Greenheld 
Green tJarden 
Green Grove 
Greenland 
Green Mount 
Greene Uidge 
Greensboro' 
Greensburg 
Green Tree 
Green Village 
Greentt ood 
Greenwood Furnac 



Oreshvillo 

Grim\illo 

Grinnel's 

Oroil '8 Store 

Gulf Mills 

Gum Tree 

Guthrieville 

Guy's Mills 

Gwynued 

HaKersville-; 

Half Moou 

Halifax 

Hall 

Hamburg 



Jlxntincdon 
Berks 

Crawford 

Lancaster 

Jlout^'omerv 

Chester 

Crawford 

Montgomery 

Bucks 

Center 

Dauphin 

York 

Berks 



Harrison City Wcstmorel 



larrison Valley 
ilarrisonville 
Karrisville 
Harshaville 
Harthegig 
Hartleton 
Hartstown 
Hartsville 
Harvey's 



Erie 

Susquehannah 

Lawrence 

Montgomery 

Alleghany 

Crawford 

Butler 

Si'merset 

Dauphin 

" ind 



Potter 
Fulton 
Butler 
Beaver 
Mercer 
Union 
Crawford 
Bncks 
Green- 



Harvey's Five Poiats 

Westmoreland 



Harveysvillo 

Hatboro' 

Havensville 

Haverford 

Hawley 

HayHeld 

Hayesville 

Hazleton 

Hehion 

Heckshirville 

H.cla 

Hector 

Heektown 

Hegins 

Hen 1 r<burg 

Heilman'si Dale 

Hoistersburg 

Hell am 

Hellen 

1 lei leu Furnace 

Hellertowa 

Hemlock 

Hemptield 

Henderson 

Hendler 

llendrickshurg 

Hcnrv~ville 

Hensingersville 

llepler 

Hereford 

Herndon 

Hermitage 

Herriek 



Luzerne 

Montgomery 

Biadfortl 

Delaware 

Wayne 

Crawford 

Chester 

Luzerne 

Potter 

Schuylkill 



Potter 

Northampton 

Schuylkill 

Adams 

Lebanon 

Fayette 

York 

Elk 

Clarion 

Nortliampton 

Cambria 

Lancaster 

Mercer 

Schuylkill 

Luzerne 

Monroe 

Lehigh 

Sehuvlkill 

Berks 

Northumberland 

Mercer 

Bradford 



lerriek Center Susquehannah 
UerrickviUo Bradford 

HernottsviUe Alleghany 

Hetricks York 

H'''l!°''-''n J» Washington 
Hickory Coriffrs 

,,. , Northumberland 

|j!'^^'"-y "'11 Chester 

Hickory Run Carbon 

Hickorytowu Montgomery 



Hick's'Kun 

High House 

High Lake 

Highland 

High Spire 

Highville 

Hill 

Hillegass 

Hillslmro' 

Hillsdale 

Hill 's Grove 

Hillside 

Hill's View 

llillsville 

IliUtown 

Hiner's Run 

llinkletown 

liobbie 

llockersville 

Hogestown 

Holland 

Hollidavsburg 

HollisterviUe 

Jlolniesburg 

Home 

Homer 

iiouesdale 

Honey Brook 



Elk 

Fayette 

Wayne 

Bradford 

Dauphin 

Lancaster 

Mercer 

Montgomery 

Washington 

Indiana 

Sullivan 

Westmoreland 

Lawrence 

Bncks 

Clinton 

Lancaster 

Liizrs*ne 

Dauphin 

Cumberland 

VenanL'O 

Blair 

Wayne 

Philadelphia 

Indiana 

Potter 

Wayne 

Chester 



Honey Grove Juniata 

Hookstonn Bever 

Hop Bottom Susquehannah 
Hope Church Alleghany 

Hopewell Bedford 

liope»ell Center York 

Ho pew ell Cotton Works Chester 
Hoppenville Slontgomery 

Hornbrook Bradford 

Horsham Montgomery 

ilorton's Indiana 

Hosensack Lehigh 

Host Brks 

Houston Alleghany 

lio»ard Center 

Ho^ve Venango 

Howellville Delaware 

Hublersburg Center 

Hughes iSchuylkill 

Hughegville Lycoming 

Hulmesville Bucks 

liulton Alleghany 

Hummelstown ^Dauphin 

Humphre\ sville Luzerne 

Hunlock Creek 

Hunter's Cave IJGreene 

Hunterstown Adams 

Huntersville Lycoming 

Huntingdon Huntingdon 

Huntingdon Valley 

Montgomery 
Huutsville Luzerne 

Hyde Park 

lekesburg Perry 

Idaville Adam- 

Independence Wasliingtoii 

Indiana Indiana 

Indian Run Mercei 

Indian Orchard Wayne 

Industry Beavc 

Interco'irse Lancaster 

Irish Itipple Lawrence 

Irishtown - Mercer 

Iron Hill Northampton 

Irvine Warren 

Irwin's Station Westmoreland 
Ivy Mills Delaware 

Jackson Susquehannah 

Jackson Hal Franklin 

Jackson Station Erie 

Jackson Valley Susquehannah 
Jacksonville Lehigh 

Jaeksville Butler 

James' Creek Huntingdon 

Jamestoyvn Mercer 

Jeansville Luzerne 

Jetlerson Greene 

Jeflerson Furnace Clarion 

Jefferson Line Cleartield 

Jeflerson Station York 

Jefl'ersonville Montgomery 

Jettries Clearfield 

Jcnkintown Montgomery 

Jenner's >< Roads Somerset 
Jennersville Chester 

Jenningsyille Wyoming 

Jericho Wayne 

Jersey Mills Lycoming 

Jersey Shore ' • 

Jerseytown Columbia 

Joanna Furnace Berks 

Johnstown Cambria 

JoUvtown Greene 

Jones' Jlills Westmoreland 
Jonestown Lebanon 

Juniata Perry 

Kahle'8 Clarion 

Kantz Snyder 

Karthous Clearfield 

Keating Clinton 

Keeper's Store Franklin 

Keelersburg Wyomins 

Iveeneyville Tioga 

Keiserville Wyoming 

Kellersvillo Monroe 

Kelleysville Delaware 

Kemblesville Chester 

Kendall Bciivet 

Kendall Creek McKean 

Kennett's Sijuare Chester 

Kensington Philadelphia 

Kent Indiana 

Kepnersville Schuylkill 

Kerr's Station AVasbington 
Kerr's Store Clarion 

KerrsviUe Cumberland 

Kersey's Elk 

Kessler's Northampton 

Kettle Creek Potter 

Kilgore Venango 

Kimberton p' Chester 

King of Prussia Montgomery 



Kingslcys Crawford 

Kingsessing Philadelphia 

Kingston Lnzeruo 

Kiugsville Clarion 

Kingwood Somerset 

Kiiitnersville Bucks 

Kiuzers Lancaster 

Kinzua Warren 

Kirby Greene 

Kirhyville Berks 

Kirk's Mills Lancaster 
Ivukwoud 

Kishacoquillas Mifflin 

iy iskiininitas Armstrong 
Kittaning 

Klecknersville Northampton 
Kline'sfJroveNorthumberland 



Berks 

Schuylkill 

Berks 

Clarion 

Jeflerson 

Tioga 

Luzerne 

Clarion 

Snyder 

Northampton 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Monroe 

Berks 

Clearfield 

Wyoming 

Luzerne 

Pike 

Bradford 

McKeaa 

Wyoming 

Bucks 

Lycoming 

Luzerne 

Clinton 

Clarion 

Lancaster 

Schylkill 

Perry 

Berks 

Lancaster 

Susquehannah 

Lancaster 

Montgomery 

Sullivan 

Larnner's Station 

Westmoreland 
Larry's Creek Lycoming 

Lath'rop Susquehannan 

Laihrop's Lake " 

Latrobe Westmoreland 

Laubach Northampton 

Laughlintown Westmoreland 
Laurel ton Union 

Laurel ville W'estniorelani 
Lavanaville Somerset 



Klinesvill- 

Klingerstown 

Knauer's 

Knox 

Kui.x Dale 

Knoxville 

Knuckle 

Ko-isuth 

Kratzerville 

K reamer 

Kreidersville 

Kresgeville 

Kulpsville 

Kunkletown 

Kutztown 

Kutzvillo 

Kylerstown 

Lacey ville 

Fjackawanna 

Lackawaxen 

Laddsburg 

Lafayette 

La Grange 

Lahaska 

Lairdsville 

Lake 

Lamar 

Lamartina 

Lampeter 

Lancaster 

Landingsrille 

Landisburg 

Landis' Store 

Landis Valley 

Lanesboro' 

Landisville 

Landsdale 

Laporte 



Lawrenceburg 
Lawrenceville 
Laury '3 Station 
Lawsonham 
Lazaretto Station 
Lawaville Center 

Susquehannah 



Armstrong 

Tioga 

Lehigh 

Clarion 

Delaware 



Leacock 
Leaman Place 
Leasureville 
Leatheryvood 
Lebanon 
Leba'uf 

Leconte's Mills 
Le achsdrviUe 
LedgeD ele 
Lee eh burg 
Leesbur 



Lancaster 

Butler 

Clarion 

Lebanon 

Erie 

CU-aifie d 

Moutgimery 

W ;,yne 

Armstrong 

Mercer 



Leesburg Mercer 

Lee's '^Roads Cumbe-rlaud 

Leesport J^^l^^ 

i^ehigh Gap Carbon 

Leighton 

Lehigh Valley 

Lehman 

Leidy 

Leinback 

Leipersville 

Leithsville 

Lemon 

Lenartsville 

Lenni Mills 

Lenox 

Lenoxville 

Leonard Hollow 

Le Kaysville 

Le Koy 



Lehigh 

Luzerne 

Clinton 

Berks 

Delaware 

Northampton 

Wyoming 

Berks 

Delaw_. 

Susquehannah 

Bradford 



POST OFFICES PENNSYLVANIA. 



55 



Fast Office. 



Leverington 

Lewisberry 

Lewidbnrg 

Ldwistowii 

Lewisville 

Liberty 

Liberty Corners 

Liberty Sijiiare 

Librar7 

Light Street 

Liijouier 

Lima 

Lime Hill 

Lime Riii^'e 

Limerick 

Limerick Bridge 

Limestone 

Limestoueyille 

Linden 

Liudly's Mills 

Line Lexington 

Line Mills 

Line Mountain 

Northumberland 



County. Post Offirt. 

Philadelphia [ McLaughlin'a Store 



County. 



Macedonia 

Macungie 

MartdenviUe 

Madera 

Madison 



York 

Union 

Mifflin 

Chester 

Tioga 

Bradford 

Lancaster 

AUeaihanv 

Columbia! Madisonburg 
Westmoreland! Mahanoy 
Delaware! .Malioning 
Bradford i Maiden Creek 
Columbia; M.iiueiburs 
Montgomery I Maineville 

Manada Hill 
Washington j M.inatawny 
Montour j Manayunk 
Lvcoming , Manchester 
Washington i Manheim 
Montgomery ; M. inn's Choice 
Crawford : JIanor 

i Manor Dale 



Westmoreland 
SlcVeytown Mittiin 

JlcVV'illiamstown Chester 



Poat Office. 



County. 



LineviUe 

Liuglestown 

Linwood Station 

Lionville 

Lisburn 

Litehtield 

Litiz 

Little Britain 

Little Cooley 

Little Gap 

Little Marsh 



Clarion 

Daujihin 

Delaware 

Chester 

Cumberland 

Bradford 

Lancaster 

Lancaster 

Crawford 

* Carbon 

Tioza 



or Hill 



Bradford 

Lehigh 

Huntingdon 

Clearfield 

Westmoreland 

Center 

Northumberland 

Indiana 

B..Tks 

Tio-a 

ColumVdfi 

Dauphin 

Berks 

Philadelphia 

York 

Lancaster 

Bedford 

Lancaster 

Westmoreland 

Huntingdon 



nor Station WestmorelaU' 



Little Meadows Susquehaunah 
Littlestown Adams 

Livermore Westmoreland 

Liverpool Perry 

Llewellyn Schuylkill 

Loag Chester 

Lobachsville Berks 

Lockhaven Clifton 

Locke's Mills Mifflin 

Lockport Station 

Westmoreland 
Washington 
Lehigh 
Clinton 
York 
Mercer 
Chester 

Armstrong 

Berks 

Monroe 

Pi KB 

C imbria 

Warren 

Franklin 

SVyoming 

Berks 

York 

Lower Mahatango Schuylkill 
Lower Merion Montgomery 
Lower Saueon Northampton 
Lowhill Lehigli 

Loyalsock Lycoming 

Lucesco Westmoreland 

Luciuda Furnace Clarion 

Lumber City Clearfield 

Bucks 
Erie 
Clearfield 
Dauphin 
Lancaster 
Potter 
Susquehannah 
Lehigh 



Locust Hill 
Locust Yalley 
Logan Mills 
Loganvilie 
London 
Londonderry 
London Grove 
Long Run 
Long Swamp 
Long Valley 
Lord's Valley 
Loretto 
Lottsville 
Loudo 1 
Lovelton 
Lower Bern 
Lower Chanceford 



Mansfield 

Maple Furnace 

Maple Grove 

Maple Ridge 

Mapleton Depot 

Mapletown 

Marchand 

Margaretta Furnace 

Marietta 

Marion 

Marionville 

Markelsville 

Marlboro' 

Marple 

Marr 

Marron 

Marsh 

Marshfield 

Marshall's Corners 

Marshall's Creek 

Marshallton 

Martickville 

Martinsburg 



Lumberville 

Lundy's Lane 

Luthershnrg 

Lykens 

Lyles 

Lymansville 

Lynn 

Lynnville 

Lyon Valley 

Lyon's Stat'on 

McAllisterville 

McAlcvy's Ford 

McCall's Ferry 

McCalmout 

McCandless 

McClancy 

McClellandtown 

McConnellsburg 

MeConnellstown 

McCovsville 

McCulloch's Mills 

McD)wel'3 

McKlhattan 



Berks 

Juniata 

Hunting on 

York 

Venango 

Butler 

Beaver 

Favette 

FiiUon 

Huntingdon 

Juniata 

Juniata 

Crawford 

Clinton 



T 

Butler 

Venango 

Tioga 

Huntingdon 

Greene 

Indiana 

York 

JLancaster 

Franklin 

Forest 

Perry 

Chester 

JDel 

Lawrence 

Clearfield 

Chester 

Tioga 

Crawford 

Monroe 

Chester 

Lancaster 

Blair 



Mi! ford Pike 

Mil ford Square Bucks 

Mill Creek Huntingdon 

Milledgeville Mercer 

Mil ligan'sMills Westmoreland 



MiUershu 

Miller's Kddy 

Millers;own 

Millersville 

Mill Hall 

Millheim 

Millport 

Milltown 

MiUview 

Millville 

Millwood 

MiUsboro' 

Milroy 

Milton 

Milwaukie 

.Mineral Point 

Minersville 

Missemer's Mills 

Mitchell's Creek 

Mitchell's Mills 

Mixtown 

Mohontongo 

Mohn's Store 

Mohrsville 

Molltown 

Mouongahela City Washington 

Monroe Furnace Huntingdon 

Monroetown Bradford 

Monroeville Alleghany 

Monterey Berks 

Mont Alto Frankli 

Montgomery's Ferry Perry 

Montgomery Station Lycoming 

Mnntgomeryville Montgomery 

Monturesville Lycoming 

Montrose Susquehaunah 

Montrose Depot Susiuehannah 

Moon Alleghany 

Mooresburg Montour 

Moorestown Northampton 

-Moorheadville Erie 



Dauphin 

Armstrong 

Perry 

Lancaster 

Clinton 

Center 

Potter 

Chester 

Sullivan 

Columbia 

Westmoreland 

Wash! igton 

Mifflin 

Northumberland 

Luzerne 

Cambria 

Schuylkill 

Lebanon 

Tioga 

Indiana 

Tioga 

Juniata 

Berks 



Post OJice. 

Xeffsville 

Nelson 

Nelsonport 

Xescopeck 

Neshannock Falls 

Nesquehoning 

New Albany 

Xcw AlexaudriaWestm 

New Bedf 



County, 

Lancaster 

Tioga, 

Potter 

Luzern* 

Lawrence 

Carbon 

Bradford 



New Berlin 

Newberry 

Newberry town 

New Bethlehem 

New liloouifield 

New Bridgeville 

New Bridgeport 

New Brighton 

New Britain 

New Buffalo 

Ncwburg 

New Castle 

New Ceaterville 

New Cliester 

New Columbia 

New Columbus 

New Cumberland Cumberland 



land 

Lawrence 

Union 

Lycoming 

York 

Clarion 

Perry 

York 

Bedford 

Beaver 

Bucks 

Perry 

Cumberland 

Lawrencft 

Chester 

Adams 

Union 

Luzerne 



Martin's Creek Northampton 



Martinsville 

Marvin 

Masontown 

Masseysburg 

Masthope 

jMastersonvillo 

Matamoras 

ilatildaville 

Manch Chunk 

Jfaxatawuey 

May 

Maysville 

Maytown 

Meadow Gap 

Atead Corners 

Meadville 

Mechanicsburg 

Mechanics' Grove 

Mechanicsville 

Media 

Mehoopany 

Menallen 

Mendon 

Menno 

Mercer 

Mercerihurg 

Merritstown 

Merryall 

Mertztown 

Merwinsburg 

Meshannon 

Meshoppin 

Moxico 

Aleyer's Mills 

Middaghs 

Middlehurg 

Middleburg Center 

Middle Creek 



Lancast 

Lawrence 

Fayette 

Huntingdon 

Pike 

Lancaster 

Pike 

Clarion 

Carbon 

Berks 

Lancaster 

Mercer 

Lancaster 

Huntingdon 

Crawford 

Cumberland 

Lancaster 

Bucks 

Delaware 

Wyoming 

Adams 

Westmoreland 

Mifflin 

Mercer 

Franklin 

Favette 

Bradford 

Berks 

Monroe 

Center 

Wyomin 

Juniata 
Somerset 
Northampton 
Snyder 
T'ioga 
X"n 
Jliddle Lancastei Butler 

■\tiddleport Schuylkill 

Middle Spring Cumberland 
Middletown Dauphin 

Middletown Center 

Susquehannah 



Moosic 

Mordansville 

Moredocks 

Moreland 

Morgantown 

Morleytown 

Morris 

Morris Cross Roads 

Morrisdale 

Morrison 

Murrisville 

Mortonville 

Moscow 

Moselem 

Mount -Etna 

Mount Airy 

Mountain Eagl 

Mount Bethel 

Mount Campbell 



Luzerne 

Columbia 

Greene 

Lycoming 

Berk's 

Perry 

Tioga 

Favette 

Clearfield 

Luzerne 

Bucks 

Chester 

Luzerne 

Berks 

Berks 

Philadelphia 

Center 

Northampton 

York 



New Derry 
New Era 
New Florence 
Newfoundland 
New Freedom 
New Fieeport 
New Galilee 
New Garden 
New Geneva 
New Germantown 
New Grenada 
New Guilford 
New Hamburg 
New Hanover 
New Harbor 
Newhart's 
New Highland 
New Holland 
New Hope 
New Jerusalem 
New Kingston 
New Lebanon 
New Lexington 
New Lonilon 
New Mahoning 
Newman's Mills 
New Mil ford 
New Millport 



Mount CarmelNorthumberhi 
Mount Creek Forks Yt 

Mount Hope Lancaster 

Mount Jackson Lawrence 

Mount Holly Springs 

Cumberland 
Mount Joy Lancaster 

Mount Lebanon Alleghany 

Mount Morris Greene 

Mount Nebo Lancaster 

Mount Pleasant Westmorelai 
Mount Pleasant Mills Snyd 
Mount Rock Cnmberlai 

Wount Union Huntingdon 

Mount Vernon Chest 

Lancast 



Middle Valley 



MeEwensvilleNorthumberland, Mifflinbi 
McKean Eriej Mifflintown 

McKeanshurg Schuylkill i Mifflinville 

McKean'3 Old Stand I Milan 

Westmoreland! Milanville 
McKee's Half Falls Snyder ^ Milesburg 
Mc Keesport Alleghany Miles Grova 

MoSherrytowa Adamsi Milestown 



Mountville 

Mount Zion 

Muddy Creek 

Muhlenburg 

Mummasburg 

Muncy 

Muncy Bottom 

Muncy Station 

Munntown 

Munster 

Murdoeksville 

Murrinsville 

Murrysville 

Myersburg 

Mvt 



Westmoreland 

Bradford 

Westmoreland 

Wayne 

York 

Greene 

Beaver 

Chester 

Fayett« 

Perry 

Fulton 

Franklia 

Mercer 

Montgomery 

Northampton 

Elk 

Lancaster 

Bucks 

Berks 

Cumberland 

Mercer 

Somerset 

Chester 

Carbon 

Indiana 

Snsqnehannah 

Clearfield 



New Milltown 1 

New Mount Pleasant 
New Oxford 
Newport 

portville 

Providence 

Richmond 

Ringgold 



Union 
Juniata Naglesville 



Columbia 

Bradford 

Way ne 

Centre 

Erie 

Philadelphia 



Vanticoke 

Narrows 

N a wood 

Nazareth 

Nebraska 

Neds 



Lebanon 

Lancaster 

Luzerne 

Adams 

Lvcoming 

Sulli 

Lycoming 

Wa-ihington 

Cambria 

Washington 

Butler 

Westmoreland 

Bradford 

Lebanon 

Monroe 

Luzerne 

Pike 

Tioga 

Northampton 

Venango 

Lehigh 



Ne 

Ne 

Ne 

Ne 

Ne _^, 

New Aalem 

New Scottsville 

New Sheffield 

New Springfield 

New Stanton 

New Texas 

Newton Hamilton 

Newtown 

Newtown Square 

New Tripoli 

New Vernon 

Newville 

New Washington 

New Wilmington 

Nicholson 

Nine Points 

Nippenose 

Nittany 

Niven 

Noblestown 

Nora 

Norristown 

Norritonvillo 

North East 

North Hope 



ncaster 
Monro9 
Adams 
Perry 
Bucks 
Lancaster 
Crawford 
Schuvlkill 
Blair 
Fayett* 
Beaver 



Clarion 

Westmoreland 

Alleghany 

Mifflin 

Bucks 

Delaware 

Lehigh 

Mercer 

Cumberland 

Clearfield 

Lawrence 

Wyoming 

Lancaster 

Lycoming 

Center 

Snsquehannah 

Alleghany 

Berks 

Montgomery 



Erie 
Butlo 



North Jaekson Susquehaun; h 
North Lilierty Merc r 

North Oakland Bull- t 

North Orwell Bradford 

North Penn Schuylkill 

North Pine Grove Clarion 

North Rome Bradford 

North's Mills Mercer 

North Sewickly Beaver 

North Shenango Crawford 

North Smithfield Bradford 
North Star Washington 

Northumberland 

Nortbumbcrlan 



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POST OFFICES PENNSYLVANIA 



Pott Office. 



County. 



Pott Office. 



Xorth Towand* Bradfonl i Philip's Mills 

Nortlivillo lirie, I'luciiixvilla 

A'orlli Wftshinntnn riutuix 

Wcatmorclniid I'lckoring 



Xorth Wh.irton 

North Whiuhall 

Norwich 

Nottin;{hain 

Nyco'n 

Onkdalo 

Oakfnrd 

Oak Forest 

Oak Orove 

Oak Grove Furnnco 



Pot er Picrco 
Lfligli i Piyroeville 
SI'- K' nil I Pike 
ClH'Herl Pike Mills 
I'iku) Piki- Run 
Delnware I Pike Township 
Piioks Pike Valley 
Gri-ene ; Pillow 
Erie I Pine Creek 
Glen 



Westmoreland i Pine O 
Oak Hill Liincaster | Pine Grove Mills 

Oakland Armstrons | Pine llill 

Oakland X Roads | Pine Street 

Westmoreland Pine Township 

Juniatta' Pine Valley 
Susqnehannah ] Pineville 
Lancaster} Perry 
Cumberland j Pipersville 
Tioga; Pitman 
Lanc:ister Pittslmrg 
Ti.is;, Pittsfield 
Putleri Pittston 
Beaver; Plainfield 
OrawlVird | Plane Grove 
Luzerne' Plainsville 
Bard ford 
Lancaster 
Berks 
Armstrong 
Blair 
Lebanon 
Luzerne 
Columhia 
Huntingdon 
Bradford 
Lehigh 
Lancaster 
Franklin 
Armstrong 
Bradford 
Schuylkill 
Clearfield 
Potter 
Bucks 
LycomiuL' 
Bradford 
Chester 
Philadelphia 
Bucks 
Jefferson 
Lebanon 
Chester 
Bedford 
Lancaster 



Oakland Mills 

Oakley 

Oak S>iad8 

Oakville 

Oc-ola 

Octoraro 

Ogdcnsburg 

Ogle 

Ohioville 

Oil Creek 

Old Forgo 

Old Hickory 

Old Line 

Olcy 

Olivet 

Olivia 

Ono 

Orange 

Orangeville 

Orbisoiiia 

Orcutt Creek 

Oretield 

Oregon 

Orrstown 

Orrsville 

Orwell 

Orwigsburg 

Ostend 

Oswavo 

Ottsv'ille 

Oval 

Overton 

Oxford 

Oxford Chnrch 

Oxford Valley 

Packer 

Palmyra 

Paoli 

Palo Alto 

Paradise 

Paradise Furnace Huntingdon 

Paradise Valley Monroe 

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Platea 
Plattville 
Pleasant Gap 
Pleasant Grove 
Pleasant Hall 
Pleasant Mount 
Pleasant Run 



County. 

Indiana 

Chester 

Armstrnntr 

Ch.stei 

Avnisirnn- 

Wyoiiiin- 

Bradford 

Potter 

■Washiiiiitou 

Birks 

PoUer 

Dauphin 

Tioga 

Centei 

. Schuylkill 

CJenter 

York 

Elk 

Armstrting 

Warren 

Bucks 

Clarion 

Bucks 

Schuylkill 

Alleghany 

Warren 

Luzerne 

Cumberlanil 

Lawrence 

Luzerne 

Eric 

Cambria 

Center 

Lancaster 

Franklin 

Wayne 

Montgomer 



Pleasant Unity Westmoreland 



Chester 

Westmoreland 
Carbon 
Juniata 
ashiugton 
Bedford 
Pike 
mberland 
York 
Luzerne 



Paris 

Parksburg 

Parkersville 

Parnassus 

ParrysviUe 

Patterson 

Patterson's Mills W 

Pattonvilla 

Paiipac 

Paxinos Northu 

Peach Bottom 

Peckville 

Pencador 

Penfield 

Penn 

Pcnn Rail 

Penn Haven 

Penn Lino 

J'enningtonvillo 

Penn Run 

Pennsburg 

Penn's Creek 

Pcnn's Station Westmonhi 

Ponn's Sc|uare Monturoim 

Ponnsville Fayette i Providence 

n ''i"-"" r. .. , Lai.ca.sterjPugbto«n 

I^ofkiomenBridgc Montgomery Pulaski 

" " Punxu tawny 

Mercer! Puseyville 
Venango t Pntn.-yville 
Fayette I Oiiakertown 
Allegluiuy i (JuarryviHe 
Westmoreland Ouincy 
Cambria Radnor 
Juniata H^iilroad 
Butler Haijisburg 
Lancasterl Ralslon 
Northampton Ranch's Gap 
Clinton. Randolph 



Pleasant Valley Bu _.. 

Pleasant View Juniata 

Pleasantville Montgomery 

Pl'im Venango 

Plumer Venango 

Plumsteadville Bucks 

Plumville Indiana 

Plymouth Luzerne 

PlymouthMeetingMontgomery 

Pocaliontas Somerset 

Point Pleasant Bucks 

Polk VenauM, 

Polkville 

Port Alleghany 

Port Blanchard 

Port Carbon 

Port Clinton 

Porter 

Porterfield 

Porter's Seidling 

Porterville 

Port Kennedy 



Post Office. 

Raymonds 

Ra^'s Hill 

Reading 

Reamstown 

Rebersbui^ 

Rebucks 

Red Bank Furnace Arm.-trun; 



County , 

Potter 

Bedford 

Berks 

Lancaster 

Center 

Northuml 



d Hill 
Red Rock 
Red Stone 
Reedsville 
Rehrersburg 
Reidslinr^' 



Clearfield 

Lancaster 

Center 

Carbon 

Crawford 

Chester 

Indiana . _, 

Montgomery j Prompton 
Snyder i Prospect 
■ i ' Pro<pectville 



Columbia 

McKcau 

Luzerne 

Schuylkill 

Jefferson 

Venango 

York 

Butler 

- ^ Montgomery 

Port Jfatilda Center 

Port Perry Alleghany 

Port Providence Montiromery 

Port Richmond Philadelphia 

Port Royal Juniata 

Port Trevertoa Snyder 

Potter Beaver 

Potter's Mills Center 

Potterville Bradford 

Pott's Grove Northumberland 

Potts town MoiitL'oniery 

Pottsville Seluulkill 

Powelton Huntingdon 

Powl's Valley Dauplnn 

Prentiss Vale McKeaji 

President Furnace Venangc. 

ton 



Reiglesville 

Reiuholdsville 

Remington 

Reppert's X Roads 

Reynoldsville 

Rlioadestown 

Rice's Landing 

Rieevillc 

Richardsville 

Richhorough 

Richfield 

Rieliland Station 

Rield.mdtowu 

Richmond 

Rich Valley 

Riddle's t< Roads 

Ridgebury 

Ridge way 

Ridlcyville 

Rileysville 

Rimersburg 

Ringgold 

Ringtowu 

Rising Sun 

Rittersville 

Roaring Crec 

Rolieson 

Robisonville 

Rochester 

Roekd:,le 

Rock Lake 

Rockland 

Rock port 

Rock Spring 

Rockton 

Roekville 



Montgomer}' 

Luzerne 

Fayette 

Mini in 

Berks 

Clarion 

Bucks 

Lancaster 

Alleghany 

Fayette 

Jeflerson 

Cohunliia 



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Kogersville 
Koiirsburg 
Rome 
Roscburg 
Roseland 
Rose Point 
Rose Tree 
Rossland 
Rosston 
Rossvillo 
R. .SI raver 
ille 



Crawford 

J e Hereon 

Bucks 

Juniata 

Lebanon 

Bucks 

Northampton 

Alleghany 

Butler 

Bradford 

Elk 

Delaware 

Wayne 

Clarion 

Jefiersoii 

Schuylkill 

Philadel|bia 

Lehigh 

Montour 

Berks 

Bedford 

Btaver 

Crawford 

V,-avne 

Venango 

Carlion 

Center 

Clearfield 

Cbestrr 

C 



Post Office. 

Salladaysburg 

Salona 

Salt Lick 

Saltsburg 

SaluuL'a 

Sanil Patch Tunnel 

Sandy Creek 

Sandy Hill 

Sandy Lake 

Sarah 

Sardis 

Sarversville 

Sartwell 

Sattertield 

Sancon Valley 

Saxenburg 

Saylorsbnrg 

Scalp Level 

Schellsburg 

Schnecksville 

Scha;ucek 



County. 



Lycoming 
Clinton 
Clearfield 
Indiana 
Lancaster 
Somerset 
Crawford 
Perry 
Mercer 
Blair 
Westmoreland 
Butler 
M c K can 
Mercer 
Lehigh 
Butler 
Monroe 
Cambria 
Bedford 
Lehigh 
Lancaster 
Sehofiner's Corners Jefierson 
Schuylkill Chester 

Schuylkill Haven Schuylkill 
Schwenck's Store Montiromery 
Clarion 



Columbia 

BnoUord 

Perry 

Cambria 

Lawrence 

Deh'nvare 

Monroe 

ArmslTong 

York 

Westmoreland 

raster 



Scotch Hill 

Scotland 

Soottsville 

Scranton 

Scrub Grass 

Seariglits 

Second F<trk 

Seiberlingsville 

Seidersviile 

Seigfried's Bridge 

Seisholtsville 

Selin's Grove 

Seller's Tavern 

Seneca 

Seruno 

Sergeant 

Service 

Setzler s Store 

Seventv-Six 

Seven Valleys 

Sewicklyville 

Shade Furnace 

Shade (rap 

Sliady Grove 

Sbaeilerstown 



Franklin 

Wyoming 

Luzerne 

.rmstroug 

Fayette 

Elk 

Lehigh 

Northampton 

Berks 
Union 
Bucks 



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oki 



Columbia 

McKean 

B aver 

Chester 

Beaver 

York 

Alleghany 

Somerset 

Huntingdon 

Franklin 

Lebanon 



Pre 

Priccburg 



Priecville 
eton 



Perkiomenvill 

Pcrrine 

Perry 

Pcrryopolis 

Pirrv>ville 

Perrvtown 

Pcr»iiing 

Peru Mills 

Petersburg 

Peter's Creek 

Petcrsville 

Phelp's Mills 

Philadelphia 

Pbilipslurg 



Philadelphia] Ransom 

Center! Eawlinsville 



Wayne 

ilonroe 

Berks 

Wayue 

Lawrenct 

Wayuc 

Butler 

Montgomery 

Washington 

Luzerne 

Chester 

Lawrence 

Jefierson 

Lancaster 

Armstrong 

Bucks 

Lancaster 

Franklin 

Delaware 

York 

Berlford 

Lycoming 

Clinton 

Crawford 

Luzerne 

Lancaster 



Rough and Ready Soluiylkill 
Roulette Potter 

Round Hill Adams 

Roxbnry Franklin 

Royaltou Crawford 

Roger's Ford Montgomery 

Rucksvillo LehiL'h 

Huff Creek' Greene 

Ruinmersfield Creek Bradford 
Rundell's Crawford 

Rupert Columbia 

Ruppsville Leiiigh 

Rural Ridge Alleghany 

Rural Valley Armstrong 

Rush Susquehauuaii 

Rush town Northumlierhind 
Susquehannali 



Slumokin Dam 

Slianeseille 

Sliaiiksyille 

Sbaimoiidale 

Shannonsville 

Sharon 

Sharon Center 

Sliarjis! urg 

Sbartlesville 



Northumberland 



Snyde 

Berks 

Somerset 

Clarion 

Mont; omery 

Mercer 

Pot er 

Alleghany 

Berk's 

Huntingdon 



Shaver's Creek 
Shearer's f^ Road 

Westmoreland 



Rushville 
Rnssellsburg 
Russell Hill 
Russellville 
Rutland 

Rversou's Station 
Sabbath Rest 
Sabiusville 
Sacramento 
Sadsburyyillo 
Saegerstown 
Safe Harbor 
Saint Augustine's 
■ nt Clair 

nt Olairsville 



W arren 

Wvomin- 

Chester 

Tioga 

Greene 

Blair 



TioL'a 
Scluivlkill 
Cl'.ester 
Crawford 
Lancaster 
Cambria 
Schuylkill 
Bedford 
Bradford 
Saint Joseph's Susquehanna!. 
Saint Marys Chester 

Saint Peter's " 

Saint Thomas Franklin 

Saint Vincent '8 Westmorelan<l 
Salem Mercer 

Salem y, Roads Westmoreland I Siverlings 
Salfordville Montgomery Six Mile Run 

Salisbury Lancaster I Skinner's Eddy 



Shawnee 
Shawsville 
Sheakleysville 
Sheffield 
Shohola 
Shelocta 
Shcpherds'own 
Sherman's Dale 
Shisheguin 
Shickshinny 
Shimerville 
Shingle House 
Shippeu 
Shippcnsburg 
Shippensville 
Shirematown 
Shirlan.ln 
Shirleysb rg 
'boem .kens 



Shocmakerstown Montg 



Monroe 

Clearfield 

IVIercer 

Warren 

Pike 

Indiana 

Cumberland 

Perry 

Brad lord 

Luzerne 

Lehigh 

Potter 

Cameron 

Cumberland 

Clarion 

Cumberland 

Alleghany 

Huntingdon 

Monroe 



Slioem k 
Sboenersvrllc 
Short Mouinta 
Shoustown 
Shrewsbury 
.SInink 
S idonsburg 
Silver Creek 
Silver Lake 
Silver Spring 
Simpson's Store 
Sinking Spring 
Sinking ValleV 
Sinniamahoning 
Sipe's Mills 
Sipesville 



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Berks 

Lehigh 

1 Dauphin 

Alleghany 

York 

Snllivaa 

York 

SchuylkiH 

Susqnehannah 

Lancaster 

Washington 

Berks 

Blair 

Cameron 

Fulton 

Somerset 

Crawford 

Bedford 

Wyoming 



POST OFFICES — PENNSYLVANIA. 



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Post Office. 

Skippack 

Slack Water 

Slate Ford 

Slato Hill 

Slate Lick 

Slat Ridge 

Slatiugton 

Slippery Rock 

Sloyersville 

Smicksburg 

Smiley 

Smithfleld 

Smithfield Summit 

Smitliport 

Smith's Forry 

Smitli's Mills 

Smitli's Station 

Smithville 

Smitten 

Smyrna 

Suapp's Station 

Snow Shoe 

Snydertown 

Siiydersville 

Somerfield 

Somerset 

Somerton 

Sonestovvn 

Sonman 

Sorrel Hor'.e 

Soadershur^ 

Southampton 

South Auburi 

S nth Bend 

Soith Creek 

South Ka5tou 

South Eaton 



County. 

Montgomery 

Lancaster 

Northamnton 

York 

Armstrong 

York 

I ehight 

Butler 

Luzerne 

In iana 

Susqiiehan ah 

Fayette 

Bradford 

AlcKean j 

Beaver i 

Clearfield 

York 

Lancaster 

Indiana 

Lancaster 

Crawford 

Center 

Northumherl and 

Monroe 

Somerset 

Somerset 

Philadelphia 

Sullivan 

Cambria 

Jloiitgomery 

Lancaster 

Somerset 

a Susq\iehauuah 

Armstrouir 

Bradford 

Xorthampt<tii 

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South Kvaasville Ijerks 

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S'lUth II.:rmuase 
South Hill 
So'ith Shenango 
South Sterling 
S mth Warr.n 
South West 
S