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GENEALOGY 
977.202 
F77P 
1874-75 




J,V^.VNe^AUteNOO.,.N0 



ALLEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 




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S. C. EVANS, B. S. ROBERTSON, C. M. DAWSON, 

Pres't. Vice-Pres't and Att'y, Cash'r. 

NATIONAL BANK 

OF FOIST TTAYNE, IIVr>., 

Receives Deposits, Discounts Business Paper, 

AND GIVES 

Special Attention to Collections in City 
and State. 

ORO-A.IO'IZBID 1865, 



a. CARY EVANS, R. S. ROBERTSON, H. C. HANNA, 

A. C. DAWSON, N. P. STOCKBRIDGE. 

Z H. BITTINGER, 



And Justice of the Peace. 

PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO COLLECTING, 

Drawing Deeds, Mortgages, Leases, Etc, 

OFFICE: NOKTH-EAST COBNEB MAm AND CALHOUN STREETS, 
FORT WAYNE, IND. 

W. B. WALTER. L. M. JONES. 

V^T ALTER & JONES, 

Real Estate, Collecting, Insurance 

— AND — 

aENEBAL BUSINESS AGENTS. 

OFFICE : ]Vo. 1 Mlac Doufpal's Block, 

Corner Calhoun and Berry Streets, 

P. o. Booc 1643. FT. WAYNE, IND. 



JOHN DRAKER & BRO., 

Proprietors of the 

Livery, Feed & Sale Stables. 

City Hacks at all Hours. 

MOMSES AND CARRIAGES FIRST-CLASS. 

Terms Reasonable. 

No. 13 Pearl Street, PORT WAYNE, IHD. 

NELSON WHEELER, 

Manufacturer of 

All Kinds ^ Furniture. 

All Ooods Hade from Seasoned liUiuber, 

AND CONSISTING OF THE LATEST STYLES. 

Prices as Cheap as the Cheapest. 

159 W. Main St., Fort Wayne, Ind. 

J. C. PFEIFFER. F. WEHRS. J. THUMM, 

J. C. PFEIFFER & CO., 

BLOOMIN6DALE MILLS, 

DEALERS IN 




AND ALL KINDS OF 

''TeeteKr'} _FORT WAYNE, IND. 

All Goods Delivered Free of Charge, 



JAMES LILLIE. JOHN LILLIE, Jb. M. BALTES. 

JAMES LILLIE & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Wholesale and Betail Dealers in 

CEMENT, PLASTER, LATH, 

SATiT, AXD BlJII.I>r¥G-STOirE, 

No. 1 North Calhoun Street, Fort Wayne, Illd. 

COCHRANE, HUMPHREY & CO. 

Contractors and Builders^ 

And Manufacturers of 

Doors, Blinds, Window iSash, 

AND DEALERS IN 

LUMBER. LATH and SHINGLES, 
100 Pearl Street, FT. WAYNE, IND. 

HENRY C. GRAFFE & CO., 

' D£A.liERS IN 

WATCHES, DIAMONDS, 

Silverware, Canes, &e. 

Cor. Calhoun and Columbia Streets, FORT WAYNE, IND. 



Repairing Tine Watches our Specialty. 



J. D. NUTTMAN, President. LEM. R. HARTMAN, Cashier. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

Of Fort Wayne, Ind. 



Capital, $300,000. - - Surplus, $80,000. 

TEE FISST NATIONAL BANK ORGANIZED IN INDIANA. 

Collections Made on aii Accessible Points 

IlSr XHB XJ3SriTBlD SX.A.TES. 



J. D. NUTTMAN, AMOS S. EVANS, JOHN M. MILLER, 

A. D. BRANDRIFF, J. M, NUTTMAN, B. D. MINER, 

F. ECKART, J H. BASS, 0. A. SIMONS. 



F. P. RANDALL 



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Land and Insurance Agent, 

Represents the following well-known and substantial Companies : 

Hartford Fire Ins. Co., 

OF HARTFORD, CONN. 

North British and Mercantile Ins. Co., 

OF LONDON. 

Connecticut Fire Ins. Co., 

OF HARTFORD, CONN, 

Saint Joseph Fire and Marine Ins. Co., 

OF SAINT JOSEPH, MO. 

Total Capital Representeil, ■ ■ ■ $14,000,000. 

24 Clinton St., Fort Wayne, Ind. 







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FORT WAYNE 



DIRECTORY. 



1874-75. 



COMPRISING 

^■St4;^^"'^^^'^i^'^^ly arranged list of business 

^^^T^^^vtS^^xF^y^^™ CITIZENS; A CLASSIFIED 
^^I^tTtSJ"^^^ trades, professions and PUR- 
SUITS; A MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY OF 
CITY AND COUNTY OFFICERS, PUBLIC 
AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS, CHURCHES, 
BANKS, INCORPORATED 
INSTITUTIONS, ETC., 
o^.^r^ ^^ ALL OF AVHICH IS APPENDED 
SKETCHES AND BUSINESS DIRECTORIES OF ANT 
WERP, AUBURN, BLUFFTON, COLUMBIA CITY 
DECATUR, HUNTINGTON, KENDaLLVILLE 
MONROEVILLE, AND NE>y ' 

HAVEN. 



foLK, ^URPHY ^ po., Publishers, 
TRIBUNE BUILDING, DETROIT, MICH. 



Pr'iiKd by Gazette Printirg Co., Fott "Wayne. 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Page. 

Abbreviations. 17 

Alphabetical List of names. .17 — 260 

Business Directory 261 — 278 

Index to Advertisements. . . .15 — 16 
Index to Advertisements outside 
ofSortWayne 14 



Page. 
Index to Miscellaneous Direvstory 14 
Index to Towns outside of Fort 

Wayne 14 

Miscellaneous Directory.. . .279 — 291 
Title Page 13 



INDEX TO MISCELL 

Pasre. 

Fanfes. 286 

Boaofd of Education 285 

Board* of BDealth 284 

Cemeteries 287—288 

City ©iovernment 284 

Chureh&s 288 

CoTJuty offices. 284 

Cottrts 285 

Federal officers 285 

Fire Department. 285 

Templars 289 



ANEOUS DIRECTORY. 

Page. 

Improved Order of Red Men 289 

Incorporated Institutions 287 

Masonic 289 

Miscellaneous Institutions 290 

Miscellaneous Schools 286 

Odd Fellows 289 

Public Buildings, Halls &c 291 

Public Schools 287 

Eailroads 286 

Streets and Avenues 279—283 

Wayne Township officei's 285 



INDEX TO TOWNS OUTSIDE OF FORT WAYNE. 



Page. 

Antwerp 292—293 

Auburn 293—294 

Bluffton 295—296 

Columbia City 298- 300 

Decatur 301—302 



Page. 

Huntington 303—305 

Kendallville 306—308 

Monroeville 309—310 

New Haven 311 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS O 

Paee. 

Auburn House(Auburn) 295 

Brown E. W. (Columbia City) . .300 

Burgan House (Bluffton) 297 

Burwell&Martin (Bluffton) 297 

Columbia City Post 300 

Exchange Hotel (Bluffton) 297 

Glatte Geo. C (Kendallville). . . .300 
Mughes, Edgar&Wemhoff (Deca- 
tur) 302 

Indiana Hotel (Monroeville) 310 



UTSIOE OF FORT WAYNE. 

Page. 

Kendallville Standard 309 

Myers C. O. (Kendallville) 309 

National Hotel 306 

Eeed & Hill (Kendallville) 308 

llobinson J. A. (Auburn) 295 

llose & Hartman (Auburn) 294 

Smith Harvy (Kendallville) 308 

TuUey & Krider (Columbia City) 300 
Williams S. M. (Monroeville) 310 



NDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Pao-e. 

-A-urentz S. A. opp 126 

Aveline House, opp 35 

:Barnum Geo. P 41 

Bash S. & Co 39 

Bass Foundry &- Machine Works. 35 

Bass & Smith opp 34 

Beard Jas. Q 27 

BeuderL. A:; Co 47 

Bittinger A. H front fly leaf. 

BlytlieD. A 312 

Bowers & Goodman opp 113 

Brackenridge T. K. <fc Co opp. .240 

Braeuer Conrad 33 

Brandriff A. D. & Co opp 56 

BrielFred 29 

Buckles J. H 37 

Canada Southern Eaihvay opp. . .16 

Carter Wm inside front cover. 

Central Hotel 41 

Cochrane, Humphrey «fe Co front fly 

Comstock John P> 25 

Cottingham «fc Mc Lachlan 35 

Cottingham Wm. opp 119 

Crisenberry P. S 43 

Davis & Bro 33 

De Wald Geo. «fc Co. bottom lines. 

D'Isay «fc Archer, back bone 

^JDoswell Geo. W. opp 112 

^Draker Anthony & Bro.. . .front fly. 

OftDraker John & Bro front fly. 

■^Ellsworth, Andrew <fc Co em- 

3 bossed line outside back corer. .23 

Q^ Exchange Hotel., opp 112 

Fairfield «fc Robinson 43 

^ First National Bank, opp title 

35 Fisher ]). C. bottom lines, opp. .128 

Fledderman John G 49 

Fogerty Ed opp 243 

Foote & Eickhoff 312 

Fort AVayne Commercial Collego.17 
Fort Wayne N^itional Bank. opp 52 



Page 
Fort Wayne Conservatory of Music, 

outside front cover. 

Fort Wayne Organ Co opp 98 

Fort Wayne Stave & Heading 

F'actory 31 

Fort Wayne Steel Plow Works opp99 

Fortriede L 45 

Foster Andrew 37 

Foster Bros & Co outside front cover. 

Frank & Thanhonser, opp 52 

Freeman A, Jr. opp 112 

French, Hanna & Co., opp 240 

Gage Jas. & Bro 47 

Gilbert House,, .outside back cover. 
Goodwin H. N.. .inside front cover. 

Gould Geo., opp 241 

Grafte Henry C. & Co,- • • -front fly. 

Hamilton Allen & Co, opj) 115 

Hamilton & Co., opp 113 

Hanna Samuel T, outside front cover 

Hannum Dan, front fly 

Hattersley A., opp 119 

HillC. L 39 

Hill J. B. & Co., opp 240 

Hoesch David., 45 

Hotlman Bros., opp 127 

Hoflinan J R. »fc Co., opp ..127 
Hough John, bottom lines, opp .128 

llubach «fc Friedrich 45 

HullL. O opp 52 

Iliird O. D 33 

Irwin & Lumbard bottom lines. 

Jacoby ifc AViegand 25 

Keller C 49 

Kelsey J. T., front fly. 

Kestel P., opp 241 

Klaehn J. J front fly. 

Knapp 1 37 

Kover & Rivers., outside back cover. 
Lapp «fc Schwartz 49 



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Polk, Murphy & Co.'s Fort Wayne Directory. 



Lillie Jas. & Co., front fly. 

Line & Markey 49 

Losee Jas. T 81 

Merchants National Bank,. front fly. 

Miller John M., opp 113 

Miller & Boerger 23 

Mitchell House (Clam Lake) opp. 57 

Morgan & Beach, opp 119 

NillE. H 37 

O' Connell Bros 41 

Olds N. G. & Sons 21 

Orff C. «fc Co bottom lines. 

Perrin A. C 31 

Pfeifter J. C. & Co front fly. 

Phillips House 43 

Pirsou Peter 47 

Potter Joseph L., opp 243 

Powers Thomas., opp 17 

Racine A 35 

Randall F. P opp title. 

Raquet C 35 

Reiter Geo. & Co 39 

Reitze Tobias & Co, 27_. 

Robinson House 37 

Rockhill & Jenkinsou., opp., 241 

Romy & Manth 41 

Root «fc Co. embossed line outside 

front cover and 21 

Russell W. R. & Co. outside back 

cover ; 

Schultheis & Co. opp., 112 



Smick S. S outside front cover. 

Stanley, Bieber «fc Co, opp 112 

Stellhorn Chas, opp 56 

Stevens W. & E.,opp 126 

Sthair H front fly 

Summit City Steam Laundry 

front fly 
Toledo Wabash & AVestern Ry...53 

Treukley & Scherzinger 47 

Trentman H. J. & Bro 

outside back cover 
Trentman, Monning & Son, opp. .52 

Underbill & Smith, opp., 242 

UnderhillCongdon & Markley,.20O 

Van Alstvne Dr. Frank 29 

Wagner H.G 39 

Wallin C. E. opp., 240 

Walter & Jones., front fly. 

Ward H. N.,opp 118 

Warren Miss. Belle 43 

Wheeler Nelson, front fly. 

Wiedelman Wm 45 

Wieman W. opp, 241 

Williams John H 47 

Wilmot J. C. opp 57 

Wilson «fc Muhler, inside front cover. 
Wisell «& Austin, inside front cover. 

Wolfi" Henry opp 243 

WoiTell Jas. A 43 

Young E. E 41 

Y.M.C. A 19 



RAIL^VAY LINE, 

—OPEN BETWEEN— 

DETROIT and BUFFALO 

Niapra, ToMo, Fajelte, 0. ( CMcap ExteisioD,) 

ALSO FROM 

IDGEWAY, MICH. 



VIA 



WHICH CROSSES THE ST. CLAIR RIVER AT ST. CLAIR,iMICH., AND 
INTERSECTS THE MAIN LINE AT ST. THOMAS, ONT. 



This Road is built in the most substantial manner, the entirg line being 
laid with STEEL RAILS, and all passengei- trains are supplied with the 
BAKER HEATER, WESTINGHOUaE AIR-BRAKE, MILLER PLAT- 
FORM AND COUPLING, thus insuring 

Safety, Speed and ComfortI 

ELEGANT NEWSLEEPING CARS 

Are run on all Night Trains between 

Toledo, Detroit and Buffalo. 



PASSENGERS FOR DETROIT, BUFFALO, NEW YORK, 

BOSTON, AND ALL OTHER INTERMEDIATE 

POINTS, SHOULD TAKE THIS ROUTE 

Because it is 

THE SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND SAFEST. 

PASSENGERS FROM FORT WAYKE WILL MAKE DIRECT CONNECTION WITH THIS LINE 

From Toledo^ O., for all Points East. 

p. li. CABLE, 

J. M. HALL, Cren7 Ticket and Passenger Agent, President. 

St. Thomas, Ont. 



COMMERCIAL COLLEGE 



AND 



INSTITUTE OF PENMANSHIP. 

Book-Keeping, Penmanship, Arithmetic, Commercial Law, 
Business Correspondence, Etc., 

TAUGHT DAY AND EVENING DURING THE ENTIRE YEAR. 

Students Can Enter at Any Time, 



term:® : 

For Full Course Certificate, entitling the holder to Tuition 

in all Branches in the Course, for one year - - $40 00 

Payable by installments as follows : 
Day Students, first month - - - - - 10 00 

Evening Students, first month - - - - - 5 00 

All Students, after first month, until paid in full, per month 5 00 

Penmanship and Arithmetic, per month - - - 4 00 

Ladies will be allowed 25 per cent, discount on all the above fees. 

The object of this Institution is to give a thorough and systematic 
training in Book-Keeping, Business Penmanship, Commercial Arith- 
metic, Mercantile Law, Letter Writing, and the General Business 
Forms of Promissory Notes, Drafts, Bills of Exchange, Accounts, Re- 
ceipts, etc., etc. 

Remember the Commercial College is the only School that prepares Students 
for a Business or Mercantile Life. 

THOMAS POWERS, Principal, 

Burgess Block, No. 30 East Maim St., near oor. Court, 

FORT TiTAYNE, INDIANA* 



POLK, MURPHY & COS 




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ABBREVIATIONS. 




ab 


above 


nr 


near 


adv 


advertisement 


n s 


north side 


al 


alley 


n w cor 


...north west corner 


ave 


avenue 


res 


resides 


bds 


boards 


opp 


opposite 


bel 


below 


s 


.... south, or south of 


col'd 


colored 


s e cor 


southeast corner 


cor 


corner 


s s 


south side 


e 


east, or east of 


s w cor 


southwest corner 


e 8 


east side 


w 


west, or west of 


n 


...nortli, or north of 


w s 


west side 


n e cor 


northeast corner 








ALPHABETICAL LIST OF NAMES. 



Abb Rosa, domestic John G. Noll. 

Abbly Mate, waitress Harmon House. 

Abbott Wm. T. , produce, res 213 w Berry. 

Abendroth David, bartender, res ;^^ w Jefferson. 

Aber John, artist, bds Gilbert House. 

Abner Lawrence, carj^enter, res 152 e Lewis. 

Acha Mary J., domestic C. J. A. Cour. 

Adair Pete, laborer T. W. & W. Ry. 

Adams Express Co., 102 Calhoun, Robert B. Lawrence, Agent. 

Adams George D., telegraph operator, res 26 McClellan. 

Adams Harry, salesman, res 284 e Jefferson. 



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Adams Miss Ida, seamstress, bds 86 e Main. 

Adams Israel, engineer, res 146 w Wayne. 

Adams Joliii, restaurant & billiards, 256 Calhoun, res same. 

Adams J., engineer P. F. W. & C. R. R. 

Adams Rodney, fireman P. F. W. & C. R. R. , res 72 Wallace. 

Adams W., laborer P. F. W. & C. R. R. 

Ader Barbara, domestic Dr. T. Heuchling. 

Adkins Armus, conductor, res 59 Charles. 

Adler Andrew, expressman, res 61 Wall. 

Adler Fredericka, domestic Meyer Block. 

Adler George, carpenter, bds 61 Wall. 

Adler John G., cabinet maker Griebel & Fee, res 61 Wall. 

Aeltefogt Herman, laborer, res s s Allen w of Calhoun. 

^tua Fire Insurance Company, of Hartford, D. C. 

Fisher agent, 32 e Berry. 
^tna lAfe Jiisnrance Company, of Hartford, Conn., 

A. H. Carier, agent, 27 Post Office Building. 
Agee Sallie, waitress Gilbert House. 
Ahrens Rosa, domestic 77 w Wayne. 
Aina C. , laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Ainsiang Charles, laborer Busse, Tagtmeyer & Co., res 16 Clark. 
Ainsworth Joseph, foreman Dr. G. P. Barnum, bds Hedekin 

House. 
Airley A., laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 
Airley F., laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 
Aken Edmund C, fancy goods, 118 Calhoun, res same. 
Aker David, fruit trees, 305 Harrison. 
Akerly James W., artesian well digger, res 165 Clinton. 
Akers Ira, cabinet maker, res 3 1 Hood. 
Akers R. F., carpenter P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Akin Mrs Ellen, res 156 Fairfield Ave. 
Akins Wm., teamster Ft. Wayne Stave & Heading Factory, res 

225 Calhoun. 
Akins Wm. D., carver P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop, res 225 

Calhoun. 
Albert N. Jules, res 88 Barr. 

Albiston Mrs. Sarah, res s w corner Second and Cass. 
Albrecht John, shoe maker bds 55 w Wayne. 
Albrecht Martin L. , carriage painter, res 54 e Wayne. 
Albrecht Peter, shoe maker, Tagtmeyer & Bro. , bds 133 e'Lewis. 
Albright Mary, domestic Charles Seidler. 
Albus Herman, laborer, res 69 Force. 
Alcault, brakeman, bds 59 Grand. 
Alderman Frank, salesman Shordon & Swann, bds McLain 

House. 

Wholesale Millinery, 5 & 7 Columbia Street. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. I9 

Young Men 's Christian Association 

Calhoun Street, Fort Wayne. 

r ree xveading Xvooms. 

open every week-day from 8 A. M. until lo P. M., and on 
Sunday afternoons from i to 5. 



WEEKLY PRAYER MEETING 

Every Monday evening at 7:30. 



DIRECTOR'S MEETING 

The second Monday evening of every month, at the close of the 
Prayer Meeting. 



For other meetings and classes see Bulletin at the foot of the 
stairs and notices in the city papers. 



The General Secretary will be in attendance at the Rooms ev- 
ery day except Sundays from 11 to 12 A. M., and in the after- 
noons from 4 to 5. 



You are cordially invited to Avail Yourself of the Privileges 
of the Association. 

D. 0. Fisher, Gen'l Insurance Agent, 32 E. Berry St. 



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Aleica Bettie, waitress Aveline House. 

Alexander DeAlva S., res 179 Clinton. 

Alexander Thomas, blacksmith T. W. & W. Ry. , bds 63 Butler. 

Alleman E. B., brakeman, bds 330 Calhoun. 

Allen Charles E., telegraph operator T. W. & W. Ry., bds 18 
Colerick. 

Allen Cyrus W., carpenter, res 171 w Wayne. 

Allen George, fireman Kerr Murray, bds 290 Calhoun. 

Allen Wm., engineer, bds 50 Melita. 

Allenk Herman, laborer, res 82 Maumee. 

Allgeier Anthony, expressman J. B. White, res 126 e Wash- 
ington. 

AUgeier Charles, (Allgeier & Bro.) bds 56 Madison. 

Allgeier Frank, (Allgeier & Bro.) bds 22 Madison. 

Allgeier <& Bro., (Frank and Charles) stoves and tinware, 
63 e Main. 

AUgier Joseph, blacksmith, bds Summit City House. 

Allien Jennie, waitress Mayer House. 

Alliger Benjamin, laborer, res s s Maumee Road e of Lillie. 

Alliger Freeman, res s s Maumee Road e of Lillie. 

Ailing Henry, clerk D. A. Robison, bds 286 e Washington. 

Ailing Lawrence, mustard grinder, res 275 e Jefferson. 

AUingham Robert, mason, bds Hedekin House. 

Allison Charles T. , bartender Long & Wilcox, bds St. Nicholas. 

Allspaugh John, moulder res 85 Force. 

Alringer Charles, printer Gazette Printing Co., res 140 Calhoun. 

Alringer Isadore, book keeper James B. White, res 140 Calhoun. 

Altecouso E., laborer Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Altenberg B., laborer R F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Altenburger Boasoclius, laborer, res 183 Montgomery. 

Altenmeyer N., laborer, P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Alter George, clerk Nicholas Alter, bds same. 

Alter Jacob, painter, res 20 Wilt. 

Alter Nicholas, grocery and saloon, 25 Force, res 27 Force. 

Alter Peter, carpenter, res 27 John. 

Altick James O., brass moulder, A. Hattersley, res 47 e Main. 

Altkruze Ernst, laborer, res e s Gay nr southern city limits. 

Altvater Lewis, brakeman P. F. W. & C. R. R., bds 153 e 
Lewis. 

Alvord Nathan H., brass fitter, res 78 Washington. 

Amann Bonrad, sawer, res no Gay. 

Amann Frank, laborer, bds 132 Wells. 

Amann Louis, plasterer, res 215 e Washington. 

American Express Co., 102 Calhoun, Robert B. Lawrence, 
agent. 

Liverpool & London and Globe Ins. Co., Lrwin & Lumbard. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 



N. G. OLDS. J. D. OLDS. 

H. G. OLDS. • J. V. OLDS. 

N. G. Olds & Sons, 

Manufacturers of 

Wagon and Carriage Wood Work, 

FINISHED AND UNFINISHED, 

Olds' Patent Carriage Wheels, 

PLOW HANDLES, 

AGRICULTURAL AND 

BUGGY WHEELS, 

FORT WAYNE, IND. 
The New York Store I 

90 (new 20) Columbia St., Ft. Wayne, 

Eoot & Company, 

PROPRIETORS.— ESTABLISHED i860, 
Dealers in 

Imported and Domestic Dry Goods, 

Of which a full, complete and well selected stock is kept con- 
stantly on hand, and sold at the Lowest Cash Prices. 



FINE GOODS A SPECIALTY. 



Best Black Alpaccas Manufactured, Geo. DeWald & Go's. 



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Aiuericaii Fire lusuraiice Co. of Philadelphia, Pa., 

Irwin & Lumbard, agents, 36 Calhoun. 
Ames George, teamster, res 16 w Jefferson. 
Aiuericau House iSalooii, Frederick Briel propr. , 1 9 w 

Columbia, {see adv.) 
Ames Rufus, fireman G. R. & I. R. R., res 136 Calhoun. 
Amlar Frank R., clerk Meyer Bro. & Co. rooms 14 Calhoun. 
Amnion Danie'l, lumber yard n e cor Pearl and Ewing, res 287 

w Washington. 
Amon Frank, laborer Ft. Wayne Stave and Heading Factory. 
Auclior ^teauifship L<iue, John Hough & D. C. Fisher, 

agents, 32 e Berry. 
Anderson Andrew, bds 170 Lafayette. 
Anderson Calvin, res 123 w Wayne. 
Anderson Charles, brakeman, bds Harmon House. 
Anderson Eli G., (Anderson & Douglass) res s w cor w Jefferson 

and Rockhill. 
Anderson Miss Minnie, pianist Fort Wayne Conservatory of 

Music, res T. P. Anderson. 
Anderson Mrs. Nettie, bds 169 Jackson. 
Anderson Nils, laborer Bass Foundry & Machine AVorks. 
Anderson Peter, laborer, bds 86 e Jefferson. 
Anderson Robert, brakeman, bds Harmon House. 
Anderson Mrs. Sarah, res 8 Houch. 
Anderson Thomas P., musical instruments 98 Calhoun, res e s 

Spy Run Ave. n St. Marys River. 
Anderson Wra. H. , engineer Fire Department, bds St. Nicholas 

Restaurant. 
Aiideriiiou & Douglass, (Eli G. Anderson, Wm. V. Doug- 
lass) groceries and provisions 124 Broadway and 198 w Jef- 
ferson. 
Andrews Miss Amelia, bds 250 w Jefferson. 
Andrews David, boiler maker, res 201 Barr. 
Andrews J., helper P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Andrews Rebecca, domestic Oliver P. Morgan. 
Andrew Thomas M., (Ellsworth, Andrew & Co.) res 58 w 

Berry. 
Andrews Wm. N., shipping clerk Meyer Bros. & Co., rooms 14 

Calhoun. 
Andrews George H., engineer, res 69 Douglass Ave. 
Angell Byron D., secretary Peters Box & Lumber Co., res 40 

Garden. 
Angell Mrs Orange, res 166 w Berry. 
Angst Leonard, blacksmith, res 56 Madison. 
Ankenbruck Barney, teamster, res 172 e Washington. 

Fancy and Domestic Dry Goods, 0. Orff & Co. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 



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. La.ce Curtains^ Window Shades, 
Cornice, Fixtures, and House Furnishing Goods, 

26 East Berry Street. 

EllsAvorth, Andre^v & Co. 

WILLIAM MILLER. RUDOLPH BCERGER. 

MILLER & BOERGER, 

± j_CZ - . / ';:rt. . Wholesale 

Manufactur- 
ers of 




i^C, i^c-., 



No 76, 78 & 80 Clinton St., FORT WAYNE. 



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Ankenbruck Martin, laborer, res 255 e Wayne. 

Ansteiner Anst, carpenter, res 100 Madison. 

Anstis Wm. J., bartender Long & Wilcox, bds Exchange Hotel. 

An waller Henry, carpenter, res 37 Wilt. 

Anweiler Louis, carpenter T. W. & W. Ry., res 165 Jackson. 

Aplin Gottlieb, bartender John G. Koeble. 

App Mathias, boots & shoes 106 Calhoun, res 104 w Washington. 

Arantz Philip, lumberman, res 58 e Washington. 

Arantz Simon, carpenter Cochrane, Humphrey & Co. 

Archer David, teamster, res 99 w Water. 

Archer David R., justice of the peace, office 151 Wells, res 

s s Beck w of Florence. 
Archer John H., real estate dealer, res s e cor Archer & 

Florence. 
Arens Barney, teamster Huestis & Hamilton, res 122 Madison. 
Argerbright S. A. , traveling agent Underbill & Congdon, res 

North Manchester, Ind. 
Arlin Adelaide L., weaver French, Hanna & Co., res 43 e 

Water. 
Arment Wm. , carpenter C. French, res 141 Barr. 
Armick Doratha, res s s Archer Ave. and e of Sherman. 
Armsbruster Charles, engineer, res 6 John. 
Armsbruster Lawrence, laborer, res 69 Buchanan. 
Armstead Peter laborer, res 75 Force. 
Armstrong Miss Maggie, bds 311 e Wayne. 
Armstrong Mrs Malinda, res 247 w Berry. 
Armstutz Joseph, helper Ft. Wayne Stave Factory, res e end 

Holman. 
Arney Mrs Anna, res 26 Nirdlinger Ave. 
Arnold Autliony, furniture dealer 168 Broadway, res 166 

Broadway. 
Arnold Charlie F., agent Weed Sewing Machine Co. 128- Cal- 
houn, bds Robinson House. 
Arnold Clinton, conductor P. F. W. & C. R. R., res 86 w Lewis. 
Arnold John, carpenter Cochrane, Humphrey & Co. 
Arnt Wm., tailor, res 189 High. 
Arntz Jacob, clerk J. B. White, res 145 Broadway. 
Arnz Herman, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons, res 122 Madison. 
Asli Heiiry J., stoves and tinware 17 e Columbia, res 104 e 

Main. 
Ash Mrs Lucinda, res 104 e Main. 
Ashby Vincent, cooper, res 408 w Main. 
Ashfelt Emil, laborer Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 
Ashford George, brakeman P. F. W. & C. R. R. , bds 234 

Lafayette. 

Imperial Insurance Co. London, Irwin & Lumbard, Agts. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. * 25 



GEO. JACOBY. S. WIEGAND. 

JACOBY & WIEGAND, 

Manufacturers of 

Doors, Sash, Blinds, 



Mouldings, Frames, &e., 

And Dealers in 

Rough and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, &c., 

Cor. Virginia and Monroe Sts., FORT WAYNE. 

John B. Comstock, 

BRICK YARD. 

Brick for Building 

AND OTHER PURPOSES, 
A large Stock constantly on hand and orders promptly filled. 



Yard, South Side W. and E. Canal, near Hanover St. Resi- 
dence N. E. cor. Hanover and E. Washington Sts. 



The Celebrated Jouvin Kid Gloves, at Geo. DeWald & Go's. 



26 " POLK, MURPHY & CO's 



Ashley A. Judson, conductor T. W. & W. Ry., res 15 Lavina. 

Astry Mary J., cook Phillips House. 

Atlantic Oarden, Hippolyte Gerardin proprietor, 28 e Co- 
lumbia. 

Atzel Mrs. Elizabeth, res 173 w Jefferson. 

An George F. , foreman N. G. Olds & Sons, res 361 Lafayette. 

Aubry Joseph, grocery, 231 e Jefferson, res same. 

Auer Conrad, policeman, res 17 Nirdlinger ave. 

Auer Daniel, porter Coombs & Co. 

Auger Charles, florist, 453 e Wayne, res same. 

Auger Benjamin L. , florist, res 453 e Wayne. 

Augst Lenhart, blacksmith P. , Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Aukebrock M., laborer P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Auman Charles, laborer, res 28 Orchard. 

Auman F., laborer P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Auman I., laborer P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Auman William, engineer, res 7 n Cass. 

Aurentz John A., clerk S. A. Aurentz, bds 151 Broadway. 

Aiii*eiitz Solomon A., grocer, 137 Broadway, res 151 
Broadway. See advt. 

Austin George, brakeman, bds 14 Chicago. 

Austin Joseph, fireman T. , W. & W. Ry, res 79 w Jefferson. 

Austin G. S., fireman P., Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

Austin Thomas B. , (Wisell & Austin) bds 309 w Jefferson. 

Auth John H., bartender John Leichner, 13 e Main. 

Auth Peter, mechanic, res 27 Langohr. 

Aveline George J., manager Aveline House, res same. 

Aveline House, Mrs. J. A. Aveline proprietress, s e corner 
Berry and Calhoun. 

Aveline John J. , steward Aveline House, res same. 

Aveline Mrs. J. A., proprietress Aveline House, s e corner 
Berry and Calhoun, res same. 

Axx Andrew, boarding house 14 Chicago. 

Ayers Amos, polisher N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Aylsworth Rev. N. John, pastor Christian Church, res s s Henry 
e of Broadway. 

Ayres Daniel C. , carpenter, res 23 Langohr. 

Ayres Emma, waitress Robinson House. 

Ayres Henry B. , druggist, 113 e Lewis, res 188 Lafayette. 

Ayres Henry P., physician, s w cor Calhoun and Berry, res 114 
Clinton. 



The Largest Stock of Dress Goods, at C. Orff & Go's. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 27 

TOBIAS, REITZE & CO., 

Carpenters & Builders. 

Stairs, Hand Railing, 

Moulding, Scroll Sawing, &e., &e„ 

Fairfield Ave., cor. P., Ft. & C. R'y track, 

fort wayne. 
James Q. Beard, 

Wholesale Manufacturing 



AND 



Ice Cream Saloon, 



AND DEALER IN 



Fruits, Nuts and Cigars, 
No. 38 CUnton St., - PORT WAYNE. 

Ounard Steamship Line, D. C. Fisher, Ag't, 32 E. Berry. 



28 POLK, MURPHV & go's 



Baach B., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. R. R. 

Baade Henry, laborer, res 19 Barthold. 

Baade Lizzie, domestic Charles Birkner. 

Baade William, teamster, res 263 e Jefferson, 

Baadz William, wood-sawyer, res 16 Sturgis. 

Baak Barthold, carpenter, bds 178 Barr. 

Baals Carrie, domestic John White. 

Baals George, carpenter, res 150 Montgomery. 

Baals John L., laborer, res 302 w Jefferson. 

Baals J. G., laborer P., Ft. W. & C. Ry Shop. 

Babcock Mrs. Fannie, res 99 w Main. 

Babcock John H., machinist Kerr Murray, res 20 Locust. 

Babcock Stephen, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Babcock Thomas Z. , fireman T., W. & W. Ry. 

Babcock William C. , assistant car master, res 149 Holman. 

Babcock Mrs., res 20 Locust. 

Bachler Quirin, locksmith, res 119 e Lewis. 

Backus Jacob, boiler-maker, res 129 Wilts. 

Backus Jacob, clerk S. S. Smick, bds 64 Barr. 

Backus John, helper P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shop, res 129 Wilt. 

Backus M., helper P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Bacon J. Dalton, dental student Dr. S. B. Brown, bds 146 w 

Berry. 
Baada Friederich, shoemaker Conrad Brseuer, res Bloomingdale. 
Bader H., laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 
Bser George, switchman, res n s Leita e of Calhoun. 
Bajrline G. , helper P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Bagly Hugh, shoemaker, res 58 Wells. 
Bahler L. , laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 
Baier Nicholas, carpenter, res 35 Brackenridge. 
Baier Valentine, carpenter, res 35 Brackenridge. 
Bailey Wm. H., fireman P. F. W. & C. R. R., res 14 Colerick. 
Baillie John, blacksmith, res 166 Jackson. 

Baird David W. , law student Robert S. Robertson bds 81 Wells. 
Baker diaries A., steam laundry, 50 Pearl, res 193 w 

Berry, (see adv.) 
Baker Conrad, butcher, bds 46 w Berry. 
Baker Conrad, shoemaker, res 193 w Berry. 
Baker George, laborer T. W. & W. Ry., res 49 Walnut. 
' Baker George J., blacksmith John Baker, res 16 Lafayette. 
Baker George W. , traveling agent N. G. Olds & Sons, res Syl- 

vania, O. 
Baker Isaac, laborer, res 14 Lafayette. 

Royal Ins. Co., of Liverpool, Irwin & Lumbard, Ag'ts. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 



29 



Dr. Franklin VanAlstine, 



Veterinary Surgeon, 

And Proprietor of 

Livery, Board and Feed Stables, 



No. 32 Barr Street, - - FORT WAYNE. 

■ FRED BRIEL'S 

American House Saloon. 

77?^ Best Liquors and Cigars, 
And Cincinnati Lager, Always on Hand. 

No. 19 W. Columbia St., - - FORT WAYNE. 

FRED BRIEL, 

Dealer in 

HORSES, 

No. 19 

W. Columbia St., - FORT WAYNE. 
Will buy at all times for the 

Eastern and Southern Markets. 

If you want to sell your horses, see me. 

Headquarters at the Old Pioneer for Dress Goods & Notions. 




30 POLK, MURPHY & CO's 



Baker Henry J., harness maker John Koch Jr. res. y^ mile n e 

city limits. 
Baker Isaac W., carpenter, bds 246 Calhoun. 
Baker Jacob, (J. & K. Baker) res 128 e Main. 
Baker Jacob, foreman stave factory, res 2 Lavina Ave. 
Baker John, barber, bds 3 1 w Columbia. 
Baker John, brakeman, bds 73 Grand. 
Baker John, brakeman, bds 16 Holman. 
Baker John, brakeman, bds 310 Lafayette. 

Baker John, wagon maker 16 and 18 Lafayette, res 139 Clinton. 
Baker John, (Welsh & Baker) res 1 96 w Berry. 
Baker John J., tinner, res 193 w Berry. 
Baker Julian, machinist Kerr Murray, res 193 w Berry. 
Baker Kilian, (J. & K. Baker) res 92 e Main. 
Baker Lewis, carpenter, res s s Archer Ave. e of Sherman. 
Baker Lewis, turner, bds 8 1 Wells. 
Baker Matthias, res 196 w Berry. 
Baker W. H., laborer P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Baker J. & K., (Jacob & Kilian) saw mill s w cor Water 

& Lafayette. , 

Balcolm Mrs. Sarah, res 54 w Wayne. 
Baldock Mrs Harriet, dress maker, res 65 Williams. 
Baldock Wm. R. , printer Gazette Printing Co. , res 65 Williams. 
Baldwin Albert, engineer T. W. & W. Ry. , res 126 Chicago. 
Baldwin Mrs. Eliza, (col'd) res 30 e Columbia. 
Baldwin Miss Hannah, (col'd) hair dresser, 30 e Columbia, res 

saihe. 
Ball J. M., fireman P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Ballager W., laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 
Ballmann Joseph, drayman, res 30 Nirdlinger Ave. 
Balso Winfield S. , clerk J. A. Morrell, res 76 Calhoun. 
Baltes Michael, (James Lillie & Co.) res 63 Harrison. 
Balzer Bobeta, domestic F. McCulloch. 
Bangert Bonifacius, grocer 167 Broadway, res same. 
Banks Mary, domestic S. Freiburger. 
Bannister A. , laborer P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Banta Frederick, 'laborer T. W. & W. Ry. 
Banta Herman, painter T. W. &. W. Ry. 
Barard Adam, laborer, res 347 w Jefferson. 
Barber Adam D. , fireman T. W. & W. Ry., res 221 Barr. 
Barber Addison D. , fireman T. W. & W. Ry. 
Barber Kate, domestic Christian Hafiher. 
Barber Lucien B., chair maker J. M. Miller, res 102 e Lewis. 
Barber Myron F., real estate dealer, bds Hanna House.' 
Barbier Peter F., saw repairer 103 e Main, res same. 

Fancy Goods, the Largest Stock, at OrflF's. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 3 1 

F. S. SHURICK, J. S. SHURICK, 

Proprietor. Superintendent. 

FORT M^AYNE 

StaYe h Heading Factory, 

Cor. Lafayette St., and T., W. & W. R'y. 

Pay Highest Cash Prices for Staves and Bolts ; buy timber by 
the acre, in the tree or by the thousand. 

ALSO, DELIVER KINDLINGS AND FIRE WOOD TO 
ALL PARTS OF CITY. 

James T. Losee, 

General Insurance, 

And Real Estate Agent, 

Office, No. 25 j^ Postoffice Building, - FORT WAYNE. 
General Agent for Humboldt Fire Insurance Co., of Newark, 
N. J., and Watertown, of N. Y.; also, agent for Merchants' Fire 
Insurance, of Newark, N. J., and others. Agent for Phoenix 
Mutual Life Ins. Co., of Hartford, Conn. Insurance given at 
reasonable rates. All business faithfully attended to. 
Total Assets, ... ^13,000,000 



PROPRIETOR OF 



Livery, Sale ^i Boardii^g Stable^ 

C^r. Wayne and Barr Sts., FORT WAYNE. 




FORT WAYNE 

CARRIAPiE REPOSITORY 



A large Stock of Carriages, Baggies, 
Phaetons, &c., for sale. Good work at low 
prices. 



Inman Line of Steamers, D. 0. Fisher, Ag't, 32 E. Berry. 



32 POLK, MURPHY & CO'S 



Barcus Isaac, marble cutter, res 131 w Water. 

Bardistle Wm., meat market, res 144 e Washington. 

Bare Amos, conductor P. F. W. & C. R. R., res 58 Douglas 

Ave. 
Bare Martin, laborer, res s s Longer nr Canal. 
Barger Rosanna, domestic Dr. T. P. McCulloch. 
Bargman Minnie, domestic Robert Lowry. 
Bargus Henry, (Bargus & Laurent) res 33 Barr. 
Bargus Martin, carpenter, res 156 e Jefferson. 
Bargus & Laurent, (Henry Bargus & Anthony Laurent) mineral 

water mnfrs. , 29 Barr. 
Barkas Albert, clerk C. Schiefer & Son, res 77 Water. 
Barker H. C. , printer, bds Exchange Hotel. 
Barleman Friederich, cabinetmaker, res 157 Ewing. 
Barnes Rev. Horatio N., presiding elder w Ft. W. District, res 

I West. 
Barnes Joseph L. , carpenter, res 165 e Lewis. 
Barnes Joshua B. , fireman T. W. & W. Ry. , res 17 Lavina. 
Barnes J. Wilson, traveling salesman, bds Mayer House. 
Barnes Patrick, boilermaker T. W. & W. Ry. 
Barnett A. G. , (Freeman & Barnett) res e s Spy Run Ave. nr 

city limits. 
Barnhart A., laborer P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Barnnni Dr. Oeorge P., livery, sale & boarding stables 

and veterinary surgeon, n s Columbia e of Barr, res same, 

(see adv.) 
Barr JTames S., livery, boarding & sale stable e s Court s of 

Main, res 4 miles s w of city limits. 
Barr Lizzie, domestic N. C. Miller. 
Barr Mrs. Mary Ann, res 332 w Jefferson. 
Barr Robert, machinist, res 49 Melita. 
Barrett Edward, fireman, bds 22 Madison. 
Barrett Frederick, teamster, res 135 Wells. 
Barrett Mrs. Harriet, domestic Mrs. Elizabeth Monroe. 
Barrett John, laborer, res 243 Clay. 
Barring Morris, laborer, bds 243 Clay. 
Barron Frank, lather, res 200 Hanna. 
Barron Mary, domestic Thomas S. Virgil, M. D. 
Barry Nanno, domestic 16 Douglas Ave. 
Bart Quarene, coachman J. D. Nuttman. 
Bartells' Henry, carpenter T. W. & W. Ry. 
Bartholomew H. B., mechanic Peters' Box Factory. 
Bartlett Henry, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 
Bartlett James C. , secretary Indiana Conservatory of Music, bds 

103 w Berry. 

Phenix Insurance Co., Brooklyn, Irwin & Lumbard. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 33 

Davis & Brother, 

Printers^ Book Binders, 

BLJLnsTK: book: 

AND 

Paper Box Manufacturers, 

78 & 80 Clinton St. ■ - - - FORT WAYNE. 

Conrad Braeuer, 

Manufacturer and Dealer in 

BOOTS & SHOES. 

All Styles and Qualities 

Constantly on hand. 

Repairing Done on Short Notice. 

20 Harrison St., near Main, - - FORT WAYNE. 

O. D. HURD, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Doors, Sash, Blinds, 

DRESSED LUMBER, 

Flooring, Siding, Brackets, Scroll Sawing, Balusters, New- 
ells's Stair Mouldings, Store Fronts and Show Windows. 

Oflice and Factory, North Side Caual, west of Gas Works. 

FORT AA^AYNE. 



The Largest Stock of Linens at Geo. DeWald & Go's. 



34 POLK, MURPHY & CO S 

Bartline Anthony, marble polisher Underhill & Smith, bds s e 
cor Columbia and Barr. 

Barton Cliarles M., city treasurer, office City Hall, res 
303 w Washington. 

Barton E. W., fireman P. F. W. & C. R. R. • 

Bartuss Julius, book binder 66 Calhoun, res 124 Harrison. 

Bartz W., mechanic Peters Box Factory. 

Bary Mary, domestic John McNully. 

Bas Amos, butcher, res 148 e Jefferson. 

Basa Wm. , carpenter, res 18 Houch. 

Base Mary, domestic Homer Hartman. 

Bash Charles S. , bookkeeper S. Bash & Co., bds 240 w Berry. 

Bash Solomon, (S. Bash & Co.) res 240 w Berry. 

Basil S. <& C0.9 (Solomon Bash, Peter D. Smyser, Thomas 
L. McKee) wool, seeds, furs and provisions, 49 and 51 Co- 
lumbia. See advt. 

Basil Louis, switchman P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 114 Fairfield 
avenue. 

Bass Beverly C. , clerk Bass Foundry, res 147 w Washington. 

Bass Foundry and Iflacliine Works, Hanna s of 
railroad crossing, J. H. Bass, President; J. I. White, Secre- 
tary ; R. J. Fisher, Treasurer. See advt. 

Bass «f olin H[., President Bass Foundry and Machine Works, 
also (Bass & Smith), res 103 w Berry cor Griffith. 

Bass Sion, res s end Calhoun. 

Bass & fSmitli, (John H. Bass, J. Sion Smith) coal, coke, 
and pig iron, office with Bass Foundry and Machine Works. 
See advt. 

Bassett Edward A., traveling salesman Brandriff, Prescott & Co., 
bds Robinson House. 

Bastian jacol), laborer Indiana Staats-Zeitung, bds 56 e Main. 

Bastues Michael, porter Oppenheimer & Co., res s e cor Mont- 
gomery and Francis. 

Batchelder A. S., machinist, bds 104 e Wayne. 

Bates Charles A., night watchman T., W. & W. Ry, res 42 
McClellan. 

Battenberg Jacob, tailor, res 133 High. 

Baty, William, laborer Hoffman Brothers, res 24 Bartlett. 

Bauer Edward, compositor Sentinel office, res 95 w Baker. 

Bauer Henry, boots and shoes, 321 Lafayette, res same. 

Bauer Kajetan J., (Bauer & Michael) res 95 Baker. 

Bauer & Michael, (Kajeton J. Bauer, Herman Michael) barbers, 
17 w Main. 

Baughman Jeremiah, foreman, res 63 Langohr. 

Baughman John, shoemaker, res 374 Calhoun. 

The Best & Largest Stock of Corsets, at 0. Orff & Go's. 



BASS &; SMITH, 



Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 



Coal and Coke, 



Keep constantly on hand and are prepared to furnish 
on short notice all varieties of both 



HARD AND SOFT COAL. 



Among our leading kinds are 



Lehigh, Maple Grove, Indiana Block, 

Lackawanna, Oonnellsville, Illinois, 

Youghiogheny, Blossburgh, Jackson, 



But our arrangements are such that we can svipply any other brand of 
coal in the market, if desired. 



OOR f AGILITIES FOR SHIPPING ARE DNRITALLED 



OFFICE WITH 



Bass Foundry and Machine Works. 



J.H.BASS, Pres't. 

Established 
1853- 



J. I. WHITE, Sec'y. 



R. J. FISHER, Treas. 



CAPITAL, $500,000. ^''''^^P^'^^''^ 



mmwimuwmmm. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS 

OF ALL SIZES. 

Sole Agents for Judson's Celebrated Steam Governors. 

Grist and Saw Mills Emd Mill Furnishing Goods, 

Competent Millwrights alway.s on hand to furnish drafts and specifica- 
tions, and superintend the erection of Mills. 
SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO OUR SLACK BARREL MACHIN- 
ERY, CONSISTING IN PART OF STAVE CUTTERS, 
HEADING JOINTERS, EQUALIZ- 
ING SAWS, &c. 
Exclusive Manufacturers, under letters patent, in this State, of 
Wisell's Spoke and >kzv;o-H^an<ile loathe. 
In GUV Foundry Depart nieut, in addition to 

CAB WHEEL AND RAILROAD CASTfJV^GS 

•we are prepared, luiving the most extensive and complete assortment of pat- 
terns in the West, to oiler special indncements to parties in want of building 
as well as ordinary castings. JKS'RepaJring promptly attended to."®a 



Office on Hauna St., south of Railroads. 




J. .A.. .A.-VJBLI3SrE3 I>IlOI>R.IEXO.K. 



^ 



FORT WAYNE DIRECfORY. 35 

W. COTTINGHAM. NEIL m'lACHLAN, JR. 

Cottingham & M'Lachlan, 

Plumbers, Steam aijd Gas Fitters, 

Keep a good supply of 

Chandeliers, Brackets, Argand Burners, Cistern, 
Well and Force Pumps, &c. 

Manufacturers and Dealers in 
Cottingham & Stafford's Hot Air Furnaces, 

:F0K. OO.A.IJ OK. ^W^OOID. 

(patented march 14, 1 87 1.) 

Office, No. 143 Calhoun St., Manufactory No. ii East Jeffer- 
son St., FORT WAYNE. 



dealer in 



Guns, Fishing Tackle. 

And Ammunition of all kinds. 

Eepairing of Fire Anns of every kind done on short notice. 

No. 20 West Main St., FORT WAYNE. 

A. RACINE^ 

IVLANUFACTURER OF 

HORSE COLLARS, 

First St., bet. Wells and Cass, - FORT WAYNE- 

Orders Solicited and Promptly Filled. 



Anchor Steamship Line, D. C. Fisher, Ag't, 32 E. Berry. 



36 POLK, MURPHY & CO's 



Baughman Newton J. , fireman, res 35 Buchanan. 

Baum Rev. Christian, pastor German Reformed Church, res 91 

CHnton. 
Bauman Samuel, laborer Clark & Rhinesmith Lumber Company, 

res Taylor, near Broadway. 
Baumar Michael, miller John Orff, res 19 West. 
Baudistel William, sausage-maker, res 144 e Washington. 
Baxter Charles, laborer Kerr Murray, res 72 Force. 
Baxter John, blacksmith T., W. & W. Ry, res 51 Oakley. 
Bayless Alexander H., drover, res 220 (old number) w Jefferson. 
Bayless Frank L., brakeman P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 32 e 

Wayne. 
Bayless J. G., telegraph operator T. , W. & W. Ry, bds Harmon 

House. 
Bayless Lewis A. harnessmaker S. H. Shoaff, bds 84 e Berry. 
Bayless Sol D. , notary public, 108 Clinton, res 32 e Wayne. 
Bayless Sol S., brakeman P., F.W. & C. R. R., bds 32 e Wayne. 
Beaber Abraham G. , carpenter, res 150 Broadway. 
Beaber Jacob, carpenter C. French, res 342 Broadway ave. 
Beaber John T. , carpenter, res 344 Broadway. 
Beach Frederick, (Morgan & Beach) res 133 e Berry. 
Beach H., laborer P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Beach Isaac, fireman P., Ft. W. & C. R. R., res n s Huffman, w of 
Wells. 

Beach John, machinist, res 442 Broadway. 

Beach J., store-keeper P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Beahrs John, file-maker Charles Keller, res 127 w Water. 

Beall Thomas C, engineer J. Burkholder, res n w cor Basin 
and Breck. 

Beals John H., engineer, res 151 Hanna. 

Beals J. W., engineer P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. 

Beals Melvin, laborer, res 70 Wells. 

Beals Thomas C, engineer, res n s Breck, w of Maumee. 

Beals William, res 70 Wells. 

Beam Charles, [engineer P.,F.W.&C. R.R., bds 96 Montgomery. 

Bean Edward L., clerk, bds H. McKinnie. 

Bear George, carpet-weaver, res 64 Madison. 

Bear Joseph, laborer, res 116 Madison. 

Bear Martin, laborer, res 49 Langohr. 

Beard Charles F. , machinist T. , W. & W. Ry, res n e cor Fair- 
field ave and Butler. 

Beard Heman S., pattern-maker Perkins Engine Company, res 
47 w Water. 

Beard Jaiues Q., manfr and wholesale dealer in confec- 
tionery, 38 Clinton, res same. See advt. 

Continental Ins. Co., of New York, Irwin & Lumbard. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 37 

ANDREW POSTER, 

Mercliant Tailor, 

62 Calhoun St., 

' E. H. Nill & Co., 

Druggists and Chemists, 

So Calhoun St., bet. Berry and Wayne Sts., 

FORT WAYNE. 

.KoMiison House, 

Cor. Harrison and Columbia Sts. 

J. H. BVCKLE8, Proprietor, 

FORT WAYNE. 

I. KNAPP. WM. B. KNAPP. 

I. Knapp, M. D., D, D. S„ 

Office, S. W. Cor. Berry and Clinton Sts., 

FORT AVAYNE. 



Largest Stock of Silks in the State at the Old Pioneer. 



38 POLK, MURPHY & CO's 



Beard Jonathan, night watch Hoffman Bros., res 210 w Main. 

Beard John M., clerk T. M. Biddle, bds 138 w Wayne. 

Beard Thomas B. , res 38 Clinton. 

Bearmann Frederick, teamster Ranke, Yergens & Co., res 103 
w Jefferson. 

Beasly Edward, engineer P. F. W. «& C. R. R. , bds Hedekin 
House. 

Beaston Harry, collector Gazette, bds 6 Bass. 

Beattie Wm., blucksinith, res e s Calhoun s of Leith. 

Beaty Martha, waitress Aveline House. 

Beaver Augustus C, (Beaver, Miller & Co.) res Bluffton Road 
nr southern city limits. 

Beaver Charles B., entry clerk A. S. Evans & Co., res 147 
Broadway. 

Beaver, Miller «& Co., (Augustus C. Beaver, J. M. Miller, 
J. B. Krudop, Julius Knothe, Henry M. Williams) lumber 
dealers south end Francis e of Hanna nr Bass Foundry. 

Bechner Conrad, carpenter, res 17S e Lewis. 

Bechtold Louis, broom maker 102 Maumee, res same. 

Beck Conrad, helyer R F. W. &. C. R. R. Shop, bds 325 La- 
fayette. 

Beek Fraocis JT., brewer re, 7 Wells, res same. 

Beck Henry, carpenter, res 100 Wilt. 

Beck Henrv, laborer, res 13 West. 

Beck Jacob, helper P.,F. W. & C. R. R. Shop, bds 325 La- 
fayette. 

Beck John, laborer T. W. & W. Ry. 

Beck Joseph, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons, res loi Clay. 

Beck Joseph, turner Pail Factory, bds 25 Broadway. 

Beck Joseph R., physician & surgeon 54 Calhoun (up 
stairs) res 15 e Washington. 

Beck Joshua, (col'd) porter Robinson House. 

Beck J., helper P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Beck L., laborer P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Beck Mary, domestic Peter Mettler. 

Beck Peter, stone mason, res i Walnut. 

Beck Wm., laborer, res 39 Nirdlinger Ave. 

Beck Wm., laborer, res s s Pontiac e of Hoagland Ave. 

Beck Wm. L., laborer Nuttman & Taylor, res s s of alley bet 
Calhoun & Hoagland Ave. w Harrison. 

Becker Charles, horse shoer F. Becker, bds 11 e Washington. 

Becker Charles C, carpenter, res 170 w Washington. 

Becker Christian, (Sutermeister, Becker & Bond) res 220 w 
Berry. 

Becker Conrad, butcher F. Eckert & Co. , bds H. E. Linker. 

Millinery and Fancy Goods, at Orff 's. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 39 

H. G. WAGNER, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

Drugs, Medicines, 

Chemicals, Paints, Etc., 

54 Calhoun St,, - - . FORT WAYNE. 

Special inducements to cash buyers of anything in the drug line. 



52 and 54 Calhoun St., Fort Wayne, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

Musical Instruments, 

Sole Agent for the Celebrated 

Wm. Kna.be & Go's Pianos. 

S. BASH. T. L. MCKEE. P. D. SMYSER. 

S. Bash <fe Co., 

DEALERS IN 

Wool, Seeds, Furs, Pells, Butter, 

Eggs, Rags, &e., 

49 and 51 Columbia St., - FORT WAYNE. 

GEORGE REITER. F. M. OGER. 

GEORGE REITER ^ CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

FINE CIGARS, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

Choice Brands of Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos, 
68 Calhoun St, opp. Aveline House, - FORT WAYNE. 



White Star Line of Steamers, John Hough, 32 E. Berry. 



40 POLK, MURPHY & CO's 



Becker C, carpenter P. F. W, & C. R. R. 

Becker Emil, (Becker & Nathan) bds i8i w Wayne. 

Becker Ernest, plasterer, bds 419 e Washington. 

Becker Friederich, carpenter, res 419 e Washington. 

Becker Frederick, horse shoer 9 e Washington, res 11 e Wash- 
ington. 

Becker Frederick Jr., horse shoer, bds ri e Washington. 

Becker Henry, laborer, res 400 e Washington. 

Becker Jacob, (J. Becker & Co.) res 181 vv Wayne. 

Becker John, barber J. J. Kensey, res s e cor Harrison & Co- 
lumbia. 

Becker J. J., res 199 w Wayne. 

Becker Lawrence, mason, res 94 Lasselle. 

Becker Louis, laborer Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Becker Mayer, (J. Becker & Co.) res 152 w Washington^ 

Becker Peter, laborer, res 400 e Washington. 

Becker J. & Co. (Jacob & Mayer Becker) produce dealers, 55 e 
Columbia. 

Becker & Nathan, (Erail Becker & Herman Nathan) wholesale 
liquors 55 e Columbia. 

Beckes Barbara, domestic J. D. Nuttman. 

Beckes John, boiler maker, res 30 Third. 

Becket John, servant John D. Olds. 

Becket Mrs., res 200 e Wayne. 

Becklay Isaac, clerk J. M. Foellinger, res 262 e Wayne. 

Becklay Stephen L., clerk J. M. Foellinger, res 262 e Wayne. 

Beckman Frank, carpenter Kerr Murray, res 289 Hanna. 

Becknasa Frederick, policeman, res 171 e Lewis. 

Becknasa Henry, laborer, bds 84 Madison. 

Becquette John, sawyer J. & K. Baker, res 188 e Main. 

Bedwards Miss Maria M., folder Sentinel bindery, bds 93 e 
Lewis. 

Bedwards Wm., brass finisher A. Hattersley, bds 91 e Lewis. 

Beechgood John, clerk James S. Embry, bds same. 

Began Mrs. Eliza, res 6 Kansas. 

Beeks Edward A., with G. C. Beeks & Co., res 130 w Jefferson. 

Beeks G. C, (G. C. Beeks cSr Co.) res 130 w Jefferson. 

Beeks James C. , with G. C. Beeks & Co., res 269 w Wayne. 

Beeks John T. , with G. C. Beeks & Co., res 130 w Jefferson. 

Beeks William L., with G. C. Beeks & Co., res 130 w Jefferson. 

Beeks G. C. & Co., (G. C. Beeks, — . — . ) boots 

and shoes, 4 Keystone block. 

Beeler James M., canvassing agent the Singer Manufacturing 
Company, bds 44 Williams. 

Beely George W., clerk E. Vordermark & Sons, bds 87 Barr. 

Franklin Insurance Co., Philadelnhia, Irwin & Lumbard. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 4I 

CENTRAL HOTEL 

O'CONNELL BROS., Managers, 

E.BerrySt., near Postoffice, - FORT WAYNE, 

American or European Plan. 

CHAS. ROMY. JUL. MANTH. 

ROMY ^ MANTH, 



DEALERS IN 



Groceries, Provisions, 

Canned Fruits, Fish and Oysters. 

S6 and 37 W. Main St., FORT WAYNE. 

Highest Market Price Paid for COUNTRY PBODUCE. 

E. E. YOUNG, 



DEALER IN 



Poultry, Game & Oysters. 

Fresh Fish, Butter & Eggs Arriving Daily. 

36 W. Main, - . - FORT WAYNE. 

Dr. George P. Barnum, 

Veterinary Surgeon, 

LIVERY, SALE AND BOARDING STABLES, 

N. Side E. Columbia, E. of Barr St., 
All business attended to with skill and dispatch. 

FORT W^AYNE. 

6 

The Finest Laces and Ribbons, at Geo. DeWald & Go's. 



42 POLK, MURPHY & CO S 

Beese C, fireman P., R W. & C. R. R. 

Beeson H. H., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Beforden Henry R, clerk H. G. Wagner, bds 54 Calhoun. 

Beforden Samuel, carpenter T., W. & W. Ry. 

Beghman Frank, carpenter, res 289 Hanna. 

Behart Robert, conductor T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Behler George, tinner, bds 236 w Berry. 

Beintz Rosa, domestic Conrad Neireiter. 

Beirlein John, engineer, res 107 Cass. 

Beiser August, foreman Summit City Brewery, res s e cor Har- 
rison and Lewis. 

Bekel Frank, laborer, bds 44 Wells. 

Belknap Mrs. Catherine, res 235 w Washington. 

Bell Dexter, baggage-master F.W., M. &C. R. R., bds 66 Wells. 

Bell Frank R., fireman T., W. & W. Ry. 

Bell George, hack driver Fletcher & Powers,bds Robinson House. 

Bell Mrs. Huldah E., res 181 Lafayette. 

Bell Mrs. Mary E., bds 112 e Main. 

Bell Robert C. , (Coombs, Miller & Bell) bds Hanna House. 

Bellamy Albert R , painter Plow Works, res 98 w Water. 

Bellamy Frank A. , painter Plow Works, res 98 w Water. 

Belling Herman, mason, res 26 Oak. 

Bellow Fred, laborer Bass Foundry and Machine Works. 

Bellow J., laborer P., R W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Beman Mrs. Elizabeth, tailoress, res 61 Lafayette. 

Benaka Federick, carpenter, res s s DeWald, bet Hoagland ave 
and Webster. 

Bender Albert A., clerk, res 162 Calhoun. 

Bender George, cooper, res 264 Francis. 

Bender Jacob G., salesman A. S. Evans & Co., bds 87 e Jeffer- 
son. 

Bender Kate, domestic A. R. Henderson. 

Bender Louis, (L. Bender & Co.) res 168 e Washington. 

Bender Philip, marble cutter, res 75 Oakley. 

Bender Mrs. Ursula, res 20 Poplar. 

Bender W., laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Bender li. & Co., (Louis Bender, Peter Waldschmith) cigars 
and tobaccos, 56 e Main. See advt. 

Benhardt Christ, laborer, res 29 John. 

Benick Frederick, laborer, res 87 Montgomery. 

Benner F. William, saw-filer, res 338 w Main. 

Bennett Abram, boiler maker, res 176 Ewing. 

Bennett Adam J. , fireman T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Bennett John E., fireman P., R W. & C. R. R., bds 282 
Broadway. 

Cheapest & Largest Stock of Millinery, at 0. Orff & Go's. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY, 43 

CONFECTIONERY & OYSTER 

~ — AND — 

Ice Cream Parlors, 

JAMES A. WORRELL, Proprietor, 

76 Calhoun Street, - - FORT WAYNE. 

PHILIPS HOUSE 

Has been Refitted and Repaired throughout. 

Rates, $1 per Day. P. S. ORISENBEERY, Prop'r. 

Cor. Lafayette and Columbia Streets, 

Fort Wayne. 

Fairfield & Robinson, 

MEAT MARKET, 

Dealers in 

Beef, Pork, Hams, Lard, 

And all kinds of Fresh and Salt Meats. 
35Hoagland Ave., - - FORT WAYNE. 

MISS BELLE WARREN, 

Fashionable Dress & Maijtua IJaker, 

Second Floor, 88 Calhoun Street, 



Fire, Life or Accident Insurance, D. 0. Fisher, 32 E. Berry. 



44 POLK, MURPHY & CO'S 



Bennet Sarah, domestic John S. Irwin. 

Bennett Winton, watchman, res 125 Henry. 

Bennigin Henry E., machinist, res 86 Force. 

Bennigin Hugh, moulder, res 276 e Lewis. 

Benoit Very Rev. Julian, V. G., res Roman Catholic Cathedral. 

Bensmann Mrs. Elizabeth, res 74 Madison. 

Bensmann Miss Mary, seamstress, bds 74 Madison. 

Bensmann William, boiler maker, res 76 Madison. 

Benson George, printer Gazette Printing Company. 

Benson Mrs. Magdalena, tailoress, res 289 w Jefferson. 

Bente Herman, painter, res 155 Griffith. 

Bentel George, mechanic, res 227 Barr. 

Bentley George W., res 28 Locust. 

Benz Mrs. Catharine, bds 123 Madison. 

Benz Charles, stripper Eckart & Ortmann, res 123 e Madison. 

Benz Elizabeth, domestic A. H. Hamilton. 

Benz Nicholas, druggist, res 73 n Cass. 

Beonardine Brother, teacher, bds 171 Calhoun. 

Berchhorn M., domestic John G. Maier. 

Bercot Adeline, chambermaid Hedekin House. 

Bercot Emma, waitress Hedekin House. 

Berdleman Ernst, teamster, res 164 High. 

Berger Augustus, boiler-maker. P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 186 

Montgomery. 
Berger Etta, domestic Edwin Evans. 

Berger Ira, brakeman P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 40 Wells. 
Berghammer John P., cigar-maker L. Dessauer & Co., bds 

Gilbert House. 
Berghorhn Frederick, laborer, res 123 Madison. 
Berghorn Frederick, carpenter, bds 178 Barr. 
Berghorn Henry, cabinet-maker, bds 178 Barr. 
Berk John, carpet weaver, res Elm near city limits. 
Berlin Henry, flour packer John Orff, res 100 Mechanics. 
Bermann Frederick, teamster, res 103 w Jefferson. 
Bernard Simon, scroll sawer Hoffman Bros., res 190 w Main, 
Bernhard Newman, clerk Foster Bros. & Co., bds 55 Barr. 
Bernhardt C, helper P. F. W. & C. R.R. Shop. 
Berning Conrad, grocer 56 Berry, res 206 Madison. 
Berot Mrs. Klestque, res 22 Laselle. 

Berry George H., clerk Equitable Life Ass. Society, bds 87 Barr. 
Berry John, carpenter, bds 59 Gay. 
Berry Wni. P., clerk Grover & Baker Sewing Machine office, 

Room 16 w Berry. 
Berst Conrad B., (Shoaff & Berst) bds Gilbert House. 
Bertelling Henry, laborer Spoke Factory, bds 40 Force. 

Fire Association, of Philadelphia, Irwin & Lumbard. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 45 

L. FORTRIEDE, 

DEALER IN 

BOOTS & SHOES. 

Repairs Neatly Executed. 

32 West Main, . . . . FORT WAYNE. 

WM. WIEDELMAN, 

Carpenter Contractor aijd Builder, 

103 Maumee, Cor. Walter St., 

Wayne St. Brewery, 

HUBAOH & FRIEDRICH, Prop's. 
BreiTireFs of Lager Seer^ 

181 E. Wayne St., FORT WAYNE. 

DAVID HOESGH, 

No. 18 Columbia St., FORT WAYNE. 

All Work to Order done Promptly. 

All Kinds of Excelsior Warp, the best in the Market, kept on 
hand and furnished at low figures. 

Elegant Lace Curtains, at the Old Pioneer. 



46 POLK, MURPHY & CO'S 



Bertels John, laborer, res 40 Force. 

Beryson Robert, laborer Gas Works, bds 149 Barr. 

Bessanu Joseph, machinist, res 405 Lafayette. 

Bestus Michael, laborer, res s s Hamilton bet Francis & Hanna. 

Betsinger Margaret, cook Wm. Nieman, bds 1 1 e Main. 

Betz John, saloon 232 w Main, res same. 

Betzler George, res 296 Broadway. 

Beudle George, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Beugnot Anthony, (Schnelker, Beugnot & Co.) res New Haven, 

Ind. 
Beugnot John B., (Schnelker, Beugnot & Co.) res New Haven, 

Ind. 
Beuke Christ, driver Meyer Bros. & Co. res 263 e Jefferson. 
Beurett John, cabinet maker J Burkholder, res 87 w Water. 
Beurett Mrs. M. L., res 166 e Berry. 
Beuschelman Anthony, carpenter, bds 21 John. 
Beuschelman Mrs. Catharina, res 21 John. 
Beuschelman Frank, laborer, bds 21 John. 
Beuschelman Joseph, laborer, bds 21 John. 
Beverfoerdin August, laborer, res 231 Webster. 
Beverfoerdin George, cigar maker, bds 231 Webster. 
Beverfoerdin Rudolph, cigar maker, res 231 Webster. 
Beverfoerdin Sigfried, carpenter, res 231 Webster. 
Beveridge Edward, blacksmith, res 24 William. 
Beverly W. E., patent right dealer, bds Farmers' Exchange. 
Bice Jesse, wood contractor, res 60 e Washington. 
Bickneisa Louisa, domestic Willis W. Case. 
Biddle Richard B., foreman Hamilton & Co., room Keystone 

Block. 
Biddle Tliomas M., Druggist 6 Keystone Block, res 138 w 

Wayne. 
Biddle Mrs., res 234 Francis. 
Bieber James A. carriage maker Stanley, Bieber & Co. , res 64 

Wall. 
Bieber Milton, (Stanley, Bieber & Co.) res 64 Wall. 
Bierbaum A., laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 
Bierbaunn William, laborer, res 90 Maumee. 
Bierwinkle Henry, laborer, bds 56 Maumee Ave. 
Biewend Mrs. Sophia, res at Concordia College. 
Bigelow Francis A., conductor, res 58 Melita. 
Biggs John, ostler J. S Barr, rooms e s of Court n of Berry. 
Bigrkul Henry, wagonmaker, res n e cor Madison & Monroe. 
Bihr Frederick, laborer, bds 75 Harrison. 
Billbaum William, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 
Billings Thomas, printer, res 106 Madison. 

Domestics, the Largest Stock, at Orff 's. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 47 

James Gage & Brother, 

MANDFACTUREBS AND DBALER8 IN 

BrooEps, Handles, Twine aijd Wire 

N. E. corner Wayne St. and Market Space, 
FORT WAYNE, - INDIANA. 

C. TRENKLEY. P, SCHERZINGER- 

Trenkley & Scherzinger, 

PRACTICAL 

Watch Makers and Jev/elers, 

AND DEALERS IN 

Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, Silver and Plated Ware, 

No. 80 j4 Calhoun St. , bet. Berry and Wayne— FORT WA YNE. 

ALL WORK DONE IN BEST STYLE AND ON SHORT NOTICE. 

PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO REPAIRING. 

Manufacturers of and Dealers in 

Cigars, Toiaccos, Pipes, ^c* 

56 East Main Street, 

Fort ^A/'ayne, - Indiana, 

John H. Williams, 

Carriage & Wagon Manufacturer. 

Repairing Done on Short Notice. 

149 West Main, - . - FORT WAYNE. 

PETER PIRSON, 



DEALER IN 



Groceries, Choice Wines % Liquors 

Provisions, Flour, &c. Meat Market, 

Cor. Taylor St. and Broadway, - FORT WAYNE. 

100 Ohoice Lots in Bloomingdale, Jno. Hough, 32 E. Berry. 



48 POLK, MURPHY & CO'S 

Billow Mrs. Barbara, res io8 High. 

Billow George, sawyer J. Burkholder, bds loS High. 

Bilzer Jacob, laborer, bds 56 Maumee Ave. 

Bimer George, wagon maker, res 140 e Main. 

Bingamon I. K., fireman P. F. W. & C. R. R. 

Binkley Homer C., conductor P. F. W. & C. R. R. res 169 
Clinton, 

Binsley Carrie, seamstress, res 85 Butler. 

Binsman William, boilermaker T. W. & W. Ry. 

Birbaum Frederick, carpenter E. H. Hilgemann. 

Birbeck William, m.achinist T. W. & W. Ry. , res 7 1 Butler. 

Birch Rev. William S., res 67 Brackenridge. 

Bird Ochmig, res 54 Barr. 

Birely Luther, blacksmith, res 113 Holman. 

Bireley S. , laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Bireley Wm., laborer, res 39 Force. 

Birkner Charles, architect, res 266 w Jefferson. 

Birmingham John, laborer, res 84 Fairfield Ave. 

Bischoff Rudolph A., professor Concordia College, res same. 

Bischoff Wm. , cigar maker, res 68 Ewing. 

Bisherman Joseph, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Bishop Charles, carpenter, res 112 Calhoun. 

Bishop Louis, conductor, bds 14 Chicago. 

Bishop VanCleve, conductor G. R. & I. R. R., bds Hanna 
House. 

Bitner Andrew J., harness maker L. Traub, res 98 e Jefferson. 

Bitner D. C. , machinist P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Bittenbender C. , moulder Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Bittinger Adam H., attorney at law & justic eof the peace 
2 n e cor Main & Calhoun, res 144 Pritchard. See first col- 
red fly. 

Bittinger George L., (J. R. & G. L. Bittinger) res 216 w Wash- 
ington. 

Bittinger Jacob R. , (J. R. & G. L. Bittinger) prosecuting attorney 
38th district, res 262 w Washington. 

Bittinger J. R., & O. I>., (Jacob R. & George L.) attor- 
ney's at law n s e Main e of Calhoun. 

Bitner C, helper P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Bitner James, res 256 e Jefferson. 

Bitzall Amelia, domestic M. E. Woodward. 

Bitzinger John, printer Taylor, Fairbank & Co. res 436 e Wayne. 

Bixler Wm. teamster, res 29 Marion. 

Black Joseph, (Joseph Black & Co.) res Cleveland, O. 

Black Jostepli & Co., (Joseph Black & David Redelshei- 
mer) millinery & fancy goods, 156 Columbia. 

American Insurance Co., Philadelphia, Irwin & Lumbard. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 49 

Charles Keller, 

Manufacturer of 

FILES & RASPS, 

Of Every Description, also Eecut. All Work Warranted. 

Cor. West Main & Jackson Sts., - FORT WAYNE. 

~ LINE & MAEKEY, 

N. E. Cor. Brackenridege & Webster, FORT WAYNE. 

Hothouse, Greenhouse, Bedding Plants & Seeds. 

BOQUETS FURNISHED TO ORDER. 

John G. Pledderman, 

Merchant Tailor, 

Ko. 27 East Main St., 

Opp. U. S. Express o£Bce, 



FORT MTAYNE . 

H. LAPP, WM. SCHWARTZ. 

Lapp & Schwartz, 

Confectioners & Bakers, 

DEALERS IN 

Canned Fruits, Nuts & Cream, 

Also, Parties supplied on short notice. 
88 and 90 East Main St., - - FORT WAYNE. 




All Kinds of Fancy Goods, at Geo. DeWald & Go's. 



50 POLK, MURPHY & CO'S 

Black Samuel J., laborer, res 281 e Washington. 

Blackburn George, brakeman P. F. W. & C. R. R. res 19 Hood. 

Blackburn Robert, conductor, res w s Calhoun bet Creighton 

Ave. & Butler. 
Blackburn Wm. P., brakeman P. F. W. & C. R. R. res 19 

Hood. 
Blackwell E. A., engineer T. W. & W. Ry. Shop. 
Blaine Scott, fireman P. F. W. & C. R. R., bds 42 Chicago. 
Blaisdell Charles A., machinist P. F. W. & C. R. R., bds 26 

Douglass Ave. 
Blaisdell Philip O. , teamster, res 26 Douglass Ave. 
Blake Daniel F., printer Gazette Printing Co., bds Main Street 

Exchange. 
Blake Louis, brakeman, bds no Creighton Ave. 
Blakely Wm., conductor P. F. W. & C. R. R., res 22 McClellan. 
Blaker D., helper P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Blakesley James W., conductor T. W. & W. Ry., bds 47 Baker. 
Blakesly Robert W., conductor, res 47 Baker. 
Blank Frederick, carpenter, res 19 Barthold. 
Blase Louis, bakery 29 w Columbia, res same. 
Bleasing Matthiar, heading turner Schnelker, Beugnot & Co., 

bds n w cor Broadway & Nirdlinger Ave. 
Blee Charles A., coppersmith, res 49 Grand. 
Blee Edward, coppersmith, bds 88 Montgomery. 
Bleeke Dieterich, laborer, res 131 Madison. 
Bleeke Elizabeth, domestic C. F. Mayer. 
Bleekman Jerome, lumber dealer, res 195 w Washington. 
Blemker Henry, carpenter George Boester, bds same. 
Bley Amelia, domestic Alfred T. Lukens. 
Block Marx, (Block & Bro.) clothier 6 e Columbia, res 47 w 

Berry. 
Block Meyer, (Block & Bro.) res 150 w Wayne. 
Block & Bro., (Marx and Meyer) clothing 17 Calhoun. 
Bloemker Helena, res 222 Francis. 

Blondiot Abel, saAv repairer P. F. Barbier, bds 103 e Main. 
Bloom Andrew, carpenter Cochrane, Humphrey & Co. 
Bloom Miss Caroline, bds 54 e Wayne. 
Bloom Frank M., engineer, bds 402 Calhoun, 
Bloom Mrs. res Sturgis. 
Bloomer Theodore S., baggage master F. W. J. & S. R. R. res 

24 Barthold, 
Bloomhuff Catharine, res 152 w Wayne. 
Bloomhuff Charles, clerk Foster Bros., res 70 w Main. 
Bloomhuff Frank M., attorney at law 62 Calhoun, res 143 Francis. 
Bloomhuff John D., law student, res 70 w Main. 

All kinds of Fancy & Domestic Dry Goods, 0. Orff & Go's. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTOkY. 5 1 

Blooililiiift* Samuel H., attorney at law 62 Calhoun, res 

70 w Main. 
Bloomhuff Wni. B., engineer T. W. & W. Ry. , res n s Creigh- 

ton Ave. e of Broadway. 
Blooiiiiiig:(lale llills, J. C. Pfeiffer & Co., prop'rs, cor 

Wells & Feeder Canal. 
Bloss Mrs. Caroline, res Concordia College. 
Blotkamp Frank, carpenter N. G. Olds & Sons, bds 94 e Berry. 
Blum Andrew, carpenter, bds 157 Ewing. 

Bluuieiitliale Hotel, Fritz Schmueckle, propr, 132 Wells. 
Blyer Daniel, res 19 Broadway. 
Blysto«e Cyrus, machinist Kerr Murray. 
Blythe Daniel A., laundry 59 w Water, res 169 Grififith. 
Boag Miss Mary L., clerk Foster Bros. & Co., res 69 w Lewis. 
Boag William D., machinist, bds 69 w Lewis. 
Boag Wm. G., machinist, res 69 w Lewis. 
Boagman William, teamster, res 202 Ewing. 
Bobb Henry, carriage maker, res 71 Main. 
Bocheet John, laborer, res n s Hoffman, w of Wells. 
Bock F. , carpenter P. , F. W. & C. R. R. 
Bock W., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Bocksberker Valentine, laborer, res n w cor Beck and Franklin 

avenue. 
Bode Augustus, machinist J. C. Bowser & Co., bds 178 Barr. 
Bode Sophia, domestic 229 w Jefferson. 
Boecker Henry, laborer, res 58 Pritchard. 
Boerger E. Henry, clerk E. Vordermark & Sons, res 183 e 

Washington. 
Boerger Rudolph, (Miller & Boerger) res 183 e Washington. 
Boerger Simon, apprentice F. J. Pietz, res 183 e Washington. 
Boerger William, carpenter, res 194 e Washington. 
Boerger William H.^ (Boerger & Hauss) res 243 w Washington. 
Boerger & IIaii.*«.s, (William H. Boerger, David Hauss) 

flour and feed, 60 e Main. 
Boester Frederick, carpenter 164 Griffith, res same. 
Boester George, carpenter 161 Griffith, res same. 
Boester Henry, shoemaker, bds 55 w Wayne. 
Bofmann David, laborer, bds Third and Railroad. 
Bogel Ernst, moulder J. C. Bowser & Co., res n w cor Jefferson 

and Webster. 
Bogler Mary, domestic John M. Miller. 
Bohan Michael, laborer, res 245 e Jefferson. 
Bohling William, moulder Bass Foundry and Machine Works. 
Bohn Christian P., foreman Staats-Zeitung, bds s s Allen, bet 

Calhoun and Harrison. 

Choice Lots on Berry and Wayne, Jno. Hough, 32 E. Berry. 



52 POLK, MURPHY & CO'S 

Bohn Benjamin E., clerk Coombs & Co., bds i68 s Broadway. 
Bohn William A., book-keeper Coombs & Co., bds Robinson 

House. 
Bohne Mrs. Engel, res 139 Griffith. 
Bohr Miss Theresa, bds 134 e Jefferson. 
Boinke Helena, cook Robinson House. 
Boland John, engineer, res 55 Grand. 
Bolangarder Jared, drayman, res 159 e Jefferson. 
Bolger P. James, driver fire department, res 61 Clinton. 
Bolicer Henry, laborer T., W. & W. Ry. 
Bolliger Mary, domestic A. Trentman. 
Boiling William, res w s John, near southern city limits. 
Bolman Albert, cigar-maker Henry W. Ortmann, res 23 Hood. 
Bolman Christian F. , laborer N. G. Olds & Sons, res 47 w Lewis. 
Boltz Ferdinand F. , (Boltz & Ely) res 250 w Jefferson. 
Boltz George C, milk peddler, res iii Wells. 
Boltz & Ely, (Ferdinand F. Boltz, George W. Ely) groceries 

and provisions, 90 Calhoun and 8 w Wayne. 
Bolyard Jacob, ostler Hedekin House. 
Bonce James, laborer, bds s s Pontiac, e of Calhoun, 
Bond Alonzo S., engineer T., W. & W. Ry, res 62 Wik. 
Bond Charles E. , book-keeper Fort Wayne National Bank, res 

s w cor Fairfield and Creighton aves. 
Bond Frederick, carpenter, bds 48 McClellan. 
Bond George W., blacksmith, res 249 e Lewis. 
Bond Henry W., (Sutermeister, Becker & Bond) res 132 e 

Main. 
Bond Jared B., cashier Fort Wayne National Bank, bds 

C. A. Saunders. 
Bond Mrs. Lavina A., res s w cor Creighton and Fairfield aves. 
Bond Stephen B., President Fort Wayne National Bank, 

also Allen Hamilton & Co., res w s Fairfield ave, s of Creigh- 
ton. 
Bondoff Frederick, laborer, res 27 Pritchard. 
Bonfield Mrs. Mary, res 182 e Wayne. 
Bonnell Daniel R., telegraph operator, bds Hanna House. 
Bonner Charles, carpenter, res 153 Montgomery. 
Bonnet George J., clerk H. J. Ash, res 98 Harrison. * 
Bono Eustice, laborer, res 180 Hanna. 

Bonter Cortes, conductor P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 60 vv Main. 
Booger Benjamin, teamster J. W. Ryan, bds same. 
Book Israel, laborer, res no Creighton ave. 
Booker Jacob, stone-cutter, res 117 Wilt. 

Bookwalter Elias H., pressman Sentinel office, bds 330 Calhoun. 
Bookwalter Josiah, sewing machine agent, res 330 Calhoun. 

Manhattan Ins. Co., of New York, Irwin & Lumbard. 



STEPHEN B. BOND, PLINY HOA GLAND, JARED D. BOND, 

President. Vice-Pi-esidei\t. Cashiei-. 



CAPITAL, $350,000 00. 

FORT WAYNE NATIONAL BANK 

OF FOJRT WA.^'^NE:, 11VJDIA.1V A. 

Successor to ihe Branch at Fort Wayne of the Bank of the 
State of Indiana. 

DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF THE UNITED STATES. 

A. C. TRENTMAN. HENRY MONNING. JOHN B. MONNING. 

TRENTMAN, MONNING & SON, 

Alaiiufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in 

Spices, Mustards, Cream Tartar, 

White Fawn Baking Powder, Eoasted Coffee, &c., 

59 EAST MAIN ST., 

FOBT WAYNE, - - - . INDIANA, 

Xj. O. HITJLXa, 

Ornamental Painter. 

Gilding, Graining, Papering, Calsomining, &c. 

SHOP or EM BABR'S LI VEBY STABLE, COURT ST. 

First Door South of the Post-Oflice, 



THE GREAT EAST AND WEST PAST LINE. 







THE PUBLIC ARF: RESPECTFULLY REMINDED THAT THE 

Toledo, Wabash & Western 

—IS THE— 

Only Line Running Fast Trains 

THROUGH TO 

NEW YORK, BOSTON 

AND OTHER EASTERN CITIES, 

-AND— 

ST. LOUIS, QUINCY 

AND OTHER WESTERN CITIES, 

enabling travelers to reach their deatination from six to seven hours in 
advance of all other Lines, 

CONNECTION IS ALSO MADE AT PERU AND LAFAYETTE 

INDIANAPOLIS, CINCINNATI & LOUISV'LE 
PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS 

ARE RUN BETWEEN 

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Quincy and Toledo. 



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General Passenger AgeiU. General Manager. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 53 

Boon James M., master mechanic P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 91 
Madison. 

Booser Frederick, blacksmith, bds 159 e Lewis. 

Bopp Joseph laborer, res 42 John. 

Bopp Joseph H., laborer, res 137 Wallace. 

Borden James W., res 280 w Berry. 

Borg Rev. Theodore B., chaplain St. Joseph Hospital. 

Borgess David, carpenter, res 39 Taylor. 

Borgman Christian, canal boatman, res 35 Lavina. 

Borne Jacob, carpet-weaver D. Hoesch, bds Market House. 

Bornemann Charles, tailor, res 98 Harrison. 

Bortels Henry, carpenter, res 27 Lavina. 

Borton John, brakeman res 16 Chicago. 

Boseker Charles, carpenter, res 62 McClellan. 

Boseker Cbristiau, contractor & builder s w cor Main & 
Harrison, res 39 Brackenridge. 

Boseker Henry, clerk J. M. Miller, res 310 w Jefferson. 

Boshinger Mrs. Susan, bds 1716 Lewis. 

Boss Henry, clerk J. F. Schoelkopf, res 43 e Main. 

Bossier Miss Emily, dress maker, bds e of city limits. 

Bossier Henry H., real estate and insurance agent 44 Cal- 
houn, bds Central Hotel. 

Bossier John A., clerk H. A. Bossier, bds Central Hotel. 

Bossier Miss Sophia, res 205 w Main. 

Bossier Wm. , stave cutter, res 205 w Main. 

Bostick Emanuel (E. Bostick & Son) res 170 e Wayne. 

Bostick John W. , (E. Bostick & Son) res 108 e Wayne. 

Bostick Reuben, clerk E. Bostick & Son, res 170 e Wayne. 

Bostick E. & Son, (Emanuel & John W.) clothing 10 Co- 
lumbia. 

Boston Henry, shoemaker L. Fortriede, bds John Heyer. 

Boston Tea Store, E. K. Dorr & Bro. propr. 22 w Berry. 

Bostues 'Martin, moulder Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Both Theodore, (Tresselt & Both) res 102 e Jefferson. 

Bott Anthony, brewer Certia & Rankert, res w end of 4th. 

Bott Frank, laborer T. W. & W. Ry., res 26 Walnut. 

Bott Urban, laborer T. W. & W. Ry., res 46 Taylor. 

Bottle Ernest, laborer, bds 158 Montgomery. 

Bottmer John, saloon, 139 Calhoun, res same. 

Bounds James A., foreman N. G. Olds & Sons, res 72 Lasselle. 

Bourie Brutus A., traveling salesman B. Trentman & Son, res 
102 e Lewis. 

Bourie Caroline, domestic Robinson House. 

Bourie Miss D., res 102 e Lewis. 

Bourie Louis J., (Leutz, Bourie & Co.) res 22 e Wayne. 



Paisley, Thibet & Fancy Wool Shawls, Geo. DeWald & Co. 



54 POLK, MURPHY & CO's 



Bourie Mary, domestic Robinson House. 

Bouse Lorenzo, laborer, res 55 e Columbia. 

Bouse Noble, res 168 Holman. 

Bowen D. W. , res 229 e Washington. 

Bowen George R., bds 113 Barr. 

Bowen Oeorge W., physician & surgeon 52 Calhoun, res 

189 Madison. 
Bowen Ira, carpenter, res 204 Francis. 
Bowen Mrs. Loretta, res 113 Barr. 
Bowen Wm., bds 113 Barr. 
Bower Catharina, domestic Isaac Lauferty. 
Bower John F., res 210 Fairfield Ave. 
Bower Michael, laborer Stave Factory, bds 132 Wells. 
Bowers James, painter, bds 268 w Washington. 
Bowers Joseph, well sinker, res w s Garden s of Taylor. 
Bowers Mrs. Maria, res 268 w Washington. 
Bowley Andrew, laborer T. W. & W. Ry. 
Bowman Banjamin, horse shoer Lahrman & Thompson, bds 88 

Columbia. 
Bowman Mrs. Emeline D., res 202 e Lewis. 
Bowser Augustus, fireman, res 33 Buchanan. 
Bowser George W., fireman, res 31 Buchanan. 
Bowser Isaiah, messenger P. F. W. & C. R. R., res 130 

Madison. 
Bowser Jacob C, (J. C. Bowser & Co.) res 64 e Berry. 
Bowser Jefferson, laborer, bds 33 Buchanan. 
Bowser Jefferson C, attorney at law 57 Clinton, res 104 e Lewis. 
Bowser Jeremiah, brakeman P. F. W. & C. R. R., bds 114 

Fairfield Ave. 
Bowser John H., res s s Pontiac e of Calhoun. 
Bowser Lafayette M. , clerk J. C. Bowser & Co. , res 64 e Jef- 
ferson. 
Bowser L. , laborer Ft. Wayne Stave Factory. 
Bowser Madison M., law student judge Brackenridge, bds 64 e 

Berry. 
Bowser Samuel, laborer, res e end Summit. 
Bowser Sylvester S., laborer, res 26 John. 
Bowser S. F., clerk Chas. A. Saunders, res Mechanicsburg. 
Bowser J. C. & Co. , (Jacob C. Bowser, Joseph R. Prentice & 

Daniel M. Falls) founders & machinists. Water bet Harrison 

& Calhoun. 
Bowser J. C. & Co., (Jacob C. Bowser, Joseph R. Prentiss, 

Daniel M. Falls & Neil McLachlin) steam boiler mfrs. Water 

bet Harrison & Calhoun. 
Boyd Franklin T., cabinet maker, res 185 Lafayette. 



Domestics, the Largest Stock, at OrfP's. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 55 



Boyd Benjamin F., conductor T. W. & W. Ry., res 212 Lafay- 
ette. 
Boyles Robert D. , carpenter P. F. W. & C. R. R. , res e s of 

Miner s of Creihgton Ave. 
Boynton Charles F., lamplighter, bds 337 w Jefferson. 
Boynton, Edwin T., lamplighter, res 337 w Jefferson. 
Boxburg Valentine, teamster Kuster & McLane, res Bloom- 

ingdale. 
Bracht Joseph, engineer, res ;^;^ Butler. 
Bracken Charles, mason, res 23 Brandriff. 
Braokeuridge Artliiii* M., freight & ticket agent T. W. 

& W. Ry. , bds 269 w Wayne. 
Brackenridge Charles S. , city engineer, office City Hall Building, 

res s w cor Washington & Clinton. 
Brackenridge Edward, clerk T. W. & W. Ry. bds 269 w Wayne. 
Brackenridge Edwin T., clerk, bds 196 Calhoun. 
Brackenridge Mrs. Frances A., res 136 Clinton. 
Brackenridge George W. , res 23 Douglass Ave. 
Brackenridge Joseph, attorney at law and judge circuit court 

57 Clinton, res 77 w Wayne. 
Brackenridge Joseph G., money order clerk P. O. res 196 s 

Calhoun. 
Brackenridge Robert, clerk City Surveyor's office, res 136 Clinton. 
Brackenridge Robert C, salesman W. R. Russell & Co., bds 23 

Douglass Ave. 
Brackenridge Theodore K., res 196 Calhoun. 
Brackenridge Thomas E., clerk T. W. & W. Ry., bds 259 w 

Wayne. 
Brackett Augustus, machinist, res 32 Brandriff. 
Bradley James K., machinist, res 41 Jones. 
Bradley John B., machinist, res 14 Walnut. 
Bradley J., foreman P. F. W. & C. R. R. Machine Shop, res 

391 Hanna. 
Bradley Miss Sarah, bds 106 Barr. 
Bradley S. D., foreman P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Bradley Wm., engineer T. W. & W. Ry., bds 106 Barr. 
Bradtmiller Gottlieb, carpenter, res 59 Douglass Ave. 
Bradtmiller H. , carpenter P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. * 
Bradway Orlando E., brass moulder, res 216 e Lewis. 
Brady Wm. H., salesman Root & Company, res n s Main w of 

city limits. 
Branning Conrad, shoemaker, res 49 w Jefferson. 
Brspiier Courad., mnfr. of boots & shoes 20 Harrison, res 

148 Ewing. See adv. 
Brainard George, laborer, bds 39 Grand. 



Improved Farms, For Sale by John Hough, 32 E. Berry. 



56 POLK, MURPHY & CO'S 

Brainard Mrs. M. J., res 197 e Lewis. 

Brseuer John C, stone cutter Sutermeister, Becker & Bond, res 
148 Ewing. 

Brames Christopher, res 168 e Jefferson. 

Brames Louis, bookkeeper Abraham Wolf, res 1 68 e Jefferson. 

Brammer Rev. Henry, res R. C. Cathedral. 

Brandenburg Charles, baker C. W. Jacobs' bds 62 e Main. 

Brandenburg Wm. H. , confectioner 116 Calhoun, res 25 w 
Washington. 

Brandriff Alfred D., (Brandriff, Prescott & Co.) res 236 w Berry. 

Brandriff, Prescott & Co. , (Alfred D. Brandriff, A. S. Prescott, 
E. W. Prescott) hardware, 50, 52 & 54 Columbia. 

Brandt Fritz, machinist J. C. Bowser & Co., bds n e cor Har- 
rison & Lewis. 

Brandt Charles, grain buyer, res 34 McClellan. 

Brandt Christian, machinist, bds 158 Harrison. 

Brandt Frederick, (Ranke, Yergens & Co.) res 158 Harrison. 

Brandt Frederick J., carpenter, res 15 Harrison. 

Brandt G. F., carpenter, res 158 Harrison. 

Brandt Louis, servant George L. little. 

Brandt Richard, laborer Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Brandt Wm., laborer Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Branerd Mrs. Hannah M., res 86 e Main. 

Brannan Bridget, domestic Alfred P. Edgerton. 

Brannan Mary, domestic Alfred P. Edgerton. 

Brannar David, saloon 13 w Wayne, res same. 

Brannar George, printer, bds 13 w Wayne. 

Brase Frederick C, teamster, res 75 w Jefferson. 

Bratmurllar Charles, horse-shoer, bds 96 Madison. 

Brauntmeyer Frederick, moulder, res 168 Ewing. 

Bray J., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Breading James, brakeman P. , F. W. & C. R. R. , bds 85 Hol- 
man. 

Brecht John, baker 48 Columbia, res same. 

Brecthmiller Henry, laborer, res 22 Summit. 

Bredemeier Ernst, blacksmith, bds 52 Wells. 

Bredemeier William, tailor M. E. Woodward, res 8 Marion. 

Breen James, grocer, 176 Calhoun, res 16 w Lewis. 

Breen Michael, laborer T., W. & W. Ry, res 13 Bass. 

Breese Mrs. Eliza, res 169 Jackson. 

Breese Lee, machine hand, res 123 Williams. 

Brehm John F. , (John F. Brehm & Co.) res 246 Calhoun. 

Brehm John F. & Co., (John F. Brehm, Joseph Garwood) meat 
market 246 Calhoun, 

Breidenstein Mathias, carpenter, res 264 w Washington. 

Franklin Insurance Co., of Wheeling, Irwin & Lumbard, 



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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 57 

Breidenstein Simpson, clerk John Hough, res 264 w Washington. 

Breimeyer Ernest, brick-mason, res 233 w Jefferson. 

Breke Henry, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Breke Ulrich, drayman, res s w cor Lillie and Maumee Road. 

Brelsford Frank, laborer, res 141 e Washington. 

Bremer Henry, expressman J. B. White, res 90 Barr. 

Brenner George, printer Staats-Zeitimg, res 13 w Wayne. 

Brenermann Lena, domestic P. S. Underbill. 

Brennan John, laborer 78 Wilt. 

Brennan M., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Brennan William, res 206 Hanna. 

Brenton Charles F., book-keeper Fort Wayne National Bank, 

res 220 \v Wayne. 
Brenton Edwin L., attorney at law ^^ Calhoun, res 220 w 

Wayne. 
Brenton Milton H., clerk P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 15 Madison. 
Brew Nicholas, engineer, res 170 Francis. 
Brewer Richard W., manager A. and A. & P. Telegraph Co.s, 

68 Calhoun, bds Sturgis House. 
Brick er Conrad, engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 57 Grand, 
Bricker Conrad, laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. , res 48 Chicago. 
Bricker D., machinist P., Ft W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Bricker Samuel, res 304 w Jefferson. 
Bricker Samuel, fireman, res 102 Wallace. 
Briel Fredericlt, horse-dealer and propr American House 

saloon, 19 w Columbia, res same. See advt. 
Briemeyer Henry, mechanic, res 219 w Jefferson. 
Brier Ulrich, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 
Bright William J., carpenter, res 161 Holman. 
Brighty Henry, conductor, bds 59 Grand. 
Brighty Hiram, conductor T., W. & W. Ry. 
Brighty John O., caller T., W. & W. Ry, bds 59 Grand. 
Brimicant Pauline, domestic Henry McKinnie. 
Brimmer J. H., sign-painter, bds Robinson House. 
Brindle John, laborer, res s s Huffman, w of Wells. 
Brink Mrs. Catharine, res 320 e Washington. 
Brink Henry, machine hand Jacoby & Weigand. 
Brink John, clerk Dreier & Bro. , res n e cor Barr and Washing- 
ton. 
Brinkkroger William, shoemaker, res 65 High. 
Brinkman Henry, helper Fort Wayne Stave Factory, res 60 e 

Jefferson. 
Brinsley John C, master transportation F. W., M. & C. R. R., 

res 30 Wells. 
Britt P., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 



Linen Table Clotlis and Napkins, at Geo. DeWald & Go's. 



58 POLK, MURPHY & CO'S 

Britcher Edward, carpenter J. C. Bowser & Co. , res w s Wells, 
n of Beck. 

Brittingham John S., turner, bds 43 Lavina. ■ 

Brittingham Philo E., fireman T., W. & W. Ry, bds 43 La- 
vina. 

Brittingham William B. , physician, res 43 Lavina. 

Brobst Henry, boiler-maker, bds 203 Lafayette. 

Brobst Nathaniel, brakeman, res 282 Harrison. 

Brockerman Jacob R., plasterer, res 49 Division. 

Brockerman Leonard S., conductor, bds 49 Division. 

Brockey H., laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Brocking Charles, carpenter T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Brockmier Elizabeth, domestic H. J. Ash. 

Broderick Ellen, tailoress N. B. Young «& Co., res 127 w Water. 

Broderick James, stave-jointer, res 93 w Water. 

Broderick R G., engineer R, F. W. & C. R. R. Shop, bds 402 
Calhoun. 

Broderick Thomas, stave-cutter, res 127 w Water. 

Broderick V. G., engineer bds 402 Calhoun. 

Broeker Michael, cooper, res 62 Nelson. 

Broeking Richard, laborer, res 32 Lavina. 

Broekmyer Lizzie, domestic S. Bash. 

Broekmyer Louise, domestic James L. Worden. 

Brokaw James H., conductor, res n s Creighton, bet Calhoun 
and Webster. 

Broking Charles, laborer, res s s DeWald, bet Webster and 
Hoagland ave. 

Bromley Henry, agent F. W. , J. & S. R. R. , res 1 5 First. 

Bronnenkant Teonis, shoemaker G. C. Beeks & Co., res 14 
Nirdlinger ave. 

Bronson A., peddler, bds 25 Baker. 

Bronson A. A., (Bronson & Randall) res 10 w Berry. 

Bronson J. L., fireman T., W. & W. Ry. 

Bronson Nathan A., fireman, res 267 Hanna. 

Bronson Reuben, fireman T., W. & W. Ry. , res e s Gay, near 
southern city limits. 

Bronson & Randall, (A. A. Bronson, E. S. Randall) billiard 
hall, 10 and 12 w Berry. 

Brooker Frank, cooper Schnelker, Beugnot & Co., bds 38 Nel- 
son. 

Brooker Michael, cooper Schnelker, Beugnot & Co., res 38 
Nelson. 

Brookes Robert, carpenter, res 83 Williams. 

Brooks Henry, carpenter, res s s Henry, e of Broadway. 

Brooks Henry, compositor Staats-Zeitung, res 99 w Washington. 

All kinds of Fancy.& Domestic Dry Goods, 0. Orff & Go's. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 59 

Brooks Jacob, res 99 Gay. 

Brooks Milo H., plasterer, res 23 Pritchard. 

Brooks Theodore M., trunk manufacturer, res s s Breck, w of 

Maumee. 
Brooks William, draughtsman Jacoby & Weigand, res 120 

Union. 
Brooks William H., physician no w Main, res same. 
Broom Jane, res 144 w Main. 
Brophy W., blacksmith P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Bross John, boiler-maker, bds 1 1 McClellan. 
Brossard George, blacksmith, 146 w Main, res foot Fifih, Bloom- 

ingdale. 
Brossard John, blacksmith, res 82 Wells. 
Brossard W., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Brower Cain, scroll-sawyer Fort Wayne Organ Co. , bds Ander- 
son House. 
Brower George, carpenter, res 53 High. 
Brower Joseph, bds 53 High. 
Brown Albert, (Albert Brown & Bro.) res n e cor Calhoun and 

Railroad. 
Brown Mrs. Allan, res 157 VanBuren. 
Brown Augustus C. , freightman F. W. , J. & S. R. R. , res 15 n 

Cass. 
Brown Belle, domestic G. W. Bentley. 

Brown Charles, fireman T. , W. & W. Ry, bds 82 Fairfield ave. 
Brown Charles H., laborer, res 235 e Wayne. 
Brown Cristine, domestic A. H. Hamilton. 
Brown Daniel, res 34 e Columbia. 

Brown Edward, laborer T., W. & W. Ry, bds 49 Walnut. 
Brown Eldoras J., driver Fletcher & Powers, bds Gilbert House. 
Brown E. F., dentist, bds Robinson House. 
Brown Mrs. Flora, res 116 Chicago. 
Brown Miss Flora, dressmaker, bds 318 Harrison. 
Brown George, (Albert Brown & Bro.) res n e cor Calhoun and 

Railroad. 
Brown Harrison, laborer, res 30 Force. 
Brown H., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Brown Jacob, blacksmith, res 19 Pritchard. 
Brown James, carpenter Joseph L. Potter, bds 132 Creighton 

avenue. 
Brown James, machinist T., W. & W. Ry, bds 164 Broadway. 
Brown James D., (Loag & Brown) bds Robinson House. 
Brown James E., conductor P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 198 

Lafayette. 
Brown John, (colored) barber 34 e Columbia, res same. 

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Brown John, blacksmith e s Clay s of Wayne, res 152 e Wayne. 

Brown John, carpenter, res 342 e Washington, 

Brown John, laborer, res 216 Lafayette. 

Brown John, machinist T., W. & W. Ry, bds 116 Chicago. 

Brown John C, blacksmith John Brown, bds 152 e Wayne. 

Brown Mrs. Margaret, res 4 Kansas. 

Brown Mrs. Mary, toll-gate keeper on Maumee turnpike. 

Brown Mathaw, saloon 243 Calhoun, res same. 

Brown Michael, laborer, res s s Huffman w of Wells. 

Brown Patrick, laborer, bds 3 Railroad. 

Brown Robert, laborer Dr. G. P. Barnuni, res 57 Water. 

Brown Samuel, machinist T., W. & W. Ry. 

Brown I>r. iSeueca B., dentist s e cor Court and Main, 

res 100 w Berry. 
Brown S., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Brown Albert & Bro., (Albert and George) proprietors 

Pittsburgh Bakery, n e cor Calhoun and Railroad. 
Brownell Hanson A. R., carpenter, res w s Fairfield ave, near 

city limits. 
Browning Mrs. Edna, bds 220 w Washington. 
Brownsburger William, laborer, res 213 Broadway. 
Brubach Mrs. Emma, res 19 w Washington. 
Bruch Adam, res 156 Wells. 
Brucker Lizzie, domestic Max Nirdlinger. 
Bruder August, watch-maker Trenkley & Scherzinger, bds 197 e 

Jefferson. 
Bruebach George T., physician s w cor Calhoun and Berry, res 

same. 
Brugman John, laborer Bass Foundry and Machine Works. 
Brunett Andrew, chair finisher Reese & Co. 
Brunett Charles, machine-hand Cochrane, Humphrey & Co. 
Brunkow William, laborer, res w s Lafayette, s of Pontiac. 
Brunner Adam, laborer, bds 47 Lavina. 
Brunner Caroline, domestic Thomas Empie. 
Brunner CorneHus, marble-cutter Underbill & Smith, res near 

Orff's Mill, n of canal. 
Brunner John, shoemaker W. Jacobs & Son, res 47 Lavina. 
Brunner Mary, domestic Thomas Empie. 
Brunner M., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Bruns Christian, cabinet-maker res 332 Harrison. 
Bruns Christian F., res 332 Harrison. 
Bruns William, carpenter, res 64 Charles. 
Brunson Adam, peddler Dillingham & Ling. 
Brunson Thompson L. , fireman T. , W, & W. Ry, res 85 Baker. 
Brunz C, carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Springfield F. & M. Ins. Co., Mass., Irwin & Lumbard. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 6 1 



Brush Herbert C, engineer T., W. & W. Ry, bds 235 w Wash- 
ington. 

Bruuns Frederick, car-repairer, res 224 e Jefferson. 

Bryan Alvin D., tinner W. M. Carter, bds 122 Lafayette. 

Bryan John L., pressman Gazette Printing Co., bds 24 w Berry. 

Bryan Lewis W., machinist Perkins Engine Co. , bds 31 w Water. 

Bryant Miss Belle, cashier Foster Bros. & Co. , res n s Creighton 
ave w of Fairfield ave. 

Bryant Charles, letter carrier, bds Exchange Hotel. 

Bryant Charles F., clerk Post Office, bds n w Creighton ave & 
Fox. 

Bryant George, foreman N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Bryant George, laborer, res 193 Montgomery. 

Bryant James, clerk, res 76 Barr. 

Bryant John, clerk W. Haskell, bds 73 Barr. 

Bryant Joseph, laborer, res 354 e Washington. 

Bryant Miss Julia M., teacher Hoagland School. 

Bryant Stephen, pedler, res 73 Wells.] -/ 

Bryant Wm., cooper, res 139 High. 

Bryant WilUam H., res n w cor Creighton ave & Fox. 

Bryson Robert, laborer, bds 149 Barr. 

Buach Brederick, miller, bds 15 Clark. 

Buach George, laborer, res 15 Clark. 

Buchfink Mrs. Seble, laundress, res 67 High. 

Buchheit A., carpenter P. F. W. & C. R. R. 

Buck Charles, res 188 Hanna. 

Buck Charles, compositor Indiana Volksfreund, bds 290 w Jef- 
ferson. ■ 

Buck Dietrich, tailor, ses 290 w Jefferson. 

Buck Frederick, teamster, res 87 Montgomery. 

Buck Wilson S., district agent Connecticut Mutual Life Ins. Co. 
of Hartford, Conn., n w cor Main & Calhoun, res 105 w Jef- 
ferson. 

Buckhart Adam, carpenter, res 20 Hood.] 

Buckles Jobn H., propr Robinson House, s w cor Har- 
rison & Columbia. See adv. 

Buckles Wm. S., bds Robinson House. 

Buckley Henry, blacksmith, res 162 Madison. 

Buckley Jeremiah M., boiler maker, res 76 Montgomery. 

Buckwalter L. R. , machinist P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Budde Herman, laborer, res 69 Buchanan. ■• 

Buddemeyer Ernst, carpenter, res 20 McClellan. 

Bueche Frederick, miller City Mills, res 15 Clark. 

Bueker Frederick, carpenter E. H. Hilgemann, res e Wash- 
ington. 



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Buechner Caspar, watchman, res 224 e Wayne. 

Buhr Amelia, domestic 103 w Berry. 

Buhrkuhl Henry, wagon maker n e cor Calhoun & Water, res 

123 Madison. 
Bulaman Mary, domestic O. G. Hill. 
Bulger Martin L., traveling agent res 151 Griffith. 
Bulger Thomas, coachman Robert Lowry. 
Bullerman Minnie, domestic James Harper. 
BuUermann Henry, sawyer, res 286 w Jefferson. 
Bullermann Sophia, domestic S. H. Shoaff. 
Bulong Wm., laborer, res 210 e Washington. 
Bulow Fritz, laborer, res e s Gay nr southern city limits. 
Bultmeier Friederich, carpenter T. Reitze & Co. , bds 46 Broad- 
way. 
Bundy Charles, moulder, res 33 Williams. 
Bundy Elias, engineer, bds 77 Dawson. 
Bungo A., fireman P. F. W. & C. R. R. 
Bunnington C, engineer P. F. W. & C. R. R. 
Bupp, Adam, laborer, res n s Beck e of Sherman. 
Burchard John, blacksmith, res 65 Williams. 
Burfurd Jennie, domestic Charles M. Wells. 
Burge George, brakeman, bds 17 Holman. 
Burger Augustus, boilermaker, res 186 Montgomery. 
Burger Louis, baker Christian Haffner, res 224 w Jefferson. 
Burger Louis, apprentice Ind. Volksfreund, res 224 w Jefferson. 
Burgess Benjamin, blacksmith T. W. & W. Ry., bds 28 Lavina. 
Burgess David, carpenter Cochrane, Humphrey & Co., res 39 

Taylor. 
Burgess Francis, machinist, res 28 Lavina. 
Burgess Henry, capitalist 7 Burgess Block, res New Haven, 

Allen Co. 
Burhann Edward A., meat market 104 Calhoun, res same. 
Burington Chauncy, engineer P. F. W. & C. R. R. , res 149 

Holman. 
Burkas John A., clerk, res 77 e Water. 
Burke Mrs. Ann, res 81 Buchanan. 
Burkeholder Mary, domestic James B. McDonald. 
Burkes John A. , clerk Wilson & Muhler, res n s e Water w of 

Calhoun. 
Burkhardt Thomas, laborer, res s e cor Poplar & Oakley. 
Burkholder Harvey, bookkeeper J. Burkholder, res 114 w Main. 
Btirkliolder Josepb, furniture man'f 'r, 80 Pearl, res 114 

w Main. 
Burlager George, res 137 e Washington. ' 
Burlager John, drayman, res e end Oak. 

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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 63 



Burmingham John, bed rail maker J. Burkholder, res 84 Fair- 
field ave. 
Burnam Henry R,, attorney at law, res 143 w Berry. 
Burner John, painter T. W. & W. Ry. 
Burnett Carrie, domestic Henry McKinnie. 
Burns James, laborer, bds 231 Barr. 
Burns James, laborer, res 39 Grand. 
Burns James, laborer T. W. & W. Ry. , res 1 1 Bass. 
Burns Patrick, boilermaker, bds 290 Calhoun. 
Burns Patrick, laborer T. W. & W. Ry., res 14 Bass. 
Burns Patrick machinist, res 41 Williams. 
Burns Thomas, brakeman, bds 59 Grand. 

Burns William, boiler maker Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 
Burns John, carpenter, res 113 e Main. 
Biirsley Crilbert E., secretary and manager Ft. Wayne 

Organ Co., res e s Fairfield ave. s of Creighton ave. 
Burt Charles, moulder, res 232 e Jefferson. 
Busby Miss Minnie, bds 381 e Washington. 
Busche Mrs. Katharina, res 54 Charles. 
Buschmann F. A. , carpenter P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Buse W., carpenter P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Bush John, (Tobias, Reitze & Co.) res 72 Wilt. 
Bushman Frederick W., carpenter, res 131 Holman. 
Busking Henry, shoemaker, res 339 e Washington. 
Buskirk Samuel, student, bds s s Maple ave, e of Thompson 

avenue. 
Basse Frederick, blacksmith J. C. Bowser & Co., bds 159 

Lewis. 
Busse William, (Busse, Tagtmeyer & Co.) res 160 Ewing. 
Busse, Tagtmeyer & Co., (William Busse, David Tagtmeyer) 

saw-mill, bet w Water and Canal, w of Cass. 
Buder Allen, bds 17 Taylor. 
Butler Andrew, teamster, bds 75 Melita. 
Butler Augustus, book-keeper Organ Factory, bds s w cor 

Creighton ave and Fox. 
Butler James, (colored), (J. Ridley & Co.) bds 227 Barr. 
Butler John, (Butler & Kolb) res n Canal, e of Calhoun. 
Butler Mrs. Mary E., seamstress, res 227 Barr. 
Buder W., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Butler & Kolb, (John Butler, George A. Kolb) ashery, w Canal 

e of Calhoun. 
Butt A., conductor T., W. & W. Ry, bds 77 Dawson. 
Butt Frank, laborer T., W. & W. Ry. 

Butt William, watchman, res n w cor Division and e Jefferson. 
Buttenbender H., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

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Butterfield Sarah, laundress Aveline House. 

Butts v., laborer T., W. & W. Ry. 

Buuck Conrad, boots and shoes 154 Calhoun, res 254 Broadway. 

Buuck William, carpenter, res 10 Houch. 

Buxton George C, fireman T., W. & W. Ry, bds 47 Bass. 

Buzzard Thomas, brakeman P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 114 

Fairfield ave. 
Byers Jacob, conductor, bds 59 Grand. 

o 

Cadigan Patrick, conductor, bds 322 Calhoun. 

Caffrey Cormack, helper, res 259 Webster. 

Caffrey Thomas, helper, res 301 Webster, cor Dawson. 

Cain Alfred, engineer T., W. & W. Ry, bds 28 Locust. 

Cain Augustus, miller, bds 41 Gay. 

Cairns James, machinist, res 31 Hood. 

Cairns James Jr., machinist P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Cairns John, machinist P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop, res 80 e Jef- 
ferson. 

Callahan Michael, brakeman, bds 59 Grand, 

Callahan William, laborer Gas Works, res 83 Williams. 

Callahan Patrick, brakeman P. , F. W. & C. R. R. , bds 4 Col- 
erick. 

Campbell B. F., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Campbell Charles, conductor P., F. W. & C. R. R. , bds 92 
Montgomery. 

Campbell Charles E., clerk P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 85 
Holman. 

Campbell Daniel, foreman T. W. & W. Ry Shop, res 53 Brack- 
enridge. 

Campbell Eliza, domestic James H. Smart. 

Campbell George, brakeman, res 24 Lasalle. 

Campbell George, fireman P. F. W. & C. R. R. bds 98 Mont- 
gomery. 

Campbell Harry, blacksmith, res 157 Montgomery. 

Campbell Isaac W., res 160 e Berry. 

Campbell John G., carpenter, bds n s Lewis, w of Lillie. 

Campbell J., helper P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Campbell L., helper P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Campbell Mrs. Sarah A., res w s Fairfield ave, near city limits. 

Campion Rev. Matthew E., res Roman Catholic Cathedral. 

Canaday August, plasterer, res 82 Smith. 

Candoe Charles, laborer, res 12 w Washington. 

Cannan John K., machinist T. W. & W. Ry, res 61 Garden. 

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Cannan J., fireman P. F. W. & C. R. R. 

Canning Frederick, blacksmith, bds 99 Madison.' 

Canning Mrs. Sophia, res 99 Madison. 

Canthng John, fireman, bds 4 Kansas. 

Caolenger Edward, laborer, bds 304 Harrison. 

Carbone Vincent, scissors-grinder 88 Barr, res same. 

Carder Henry W. , wheel-maker N. Cr. Olds & Sons. 

Carey Adolphus, laborer, bds 180 Hanna. 

Carey Ed^varcl D., attorney at law Aveline Block, res 20 
Fairfield ave. 

Carey Thomas, laborer, res 38 Bass. 

Carier Aiig;ii$$t H., real estate and insurance 27 Post-office 
building, res 178 e Berry. 

Carier August H., trunks and valises 10 w Columbia, res 178 e 
Berry. 

Carland Rev. P., pastor of Centenary M. E. Church, res 16 
Buder. 

Carley John, blacksmith, bds 144 Wallace. 

Carll George S. , (Peltier & Carll) res 1246 Berry. 

Carll John, tobacco-cutter Ford & Rockhill, bds 11 Maumee, 

Carman Caleb, machinist, res 348 Calhoun. 

Carmany J., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Carmer O. P., carpenter, bds 103 w Main. 

Carmody Joseph, engineer, res s s Lasalle, e of Lafayette. 

Carmyre Conrad, carpenter, res s s DeWald, bet Webster and 
Hoagland ave. 

Carnahan William L. , (Carnahan, Skinner & Co.) res n s of c 
Wayne, e of Lafayette. 

Carualiaii, J^kiiiiier & Co., (William L. Carnahan, Ben- 
jamin D. Skinner, James T. Hanna) wholesale boots & shoes, 
30 and 32 e Main. 

Carney F. M., telegraph operator, bds 17 Hohnan. 

Carpenter Charles, fireman T., W. & W. Ry, bds 50 Melita. 

Carpenter Dimon L., carpenter, res 116 w Washington. 

Carpenter Warren, fireman, bds 50 Melita. 

Carjjcnter Washington, engineer, res iiS Creighton ave. 

Carragher Gottlieb, laborer, res 43 Wilt. 

Carrey J., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Carrigan James, machinist P., F, W. & C. R. R., bds 71 Doug- 
las ave. 

Carroll Dinandy, carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 24 Col- 
erick. 

Carroll EliasJ., engineer, res 391 Hanna. 

Carroll Hannah, domestic George DeWald. 

Carroll Miss Jane, seamstress, bds 96 Montgomery. 



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Carroll John, laborer Pail Factory, bds 24 Colerick. 

Carroll John, bricklayer, res 226 e Washington. 

Carroll John, servant George DeWald. 

Carroll Michael, laborer, bds 12 Kansas. 

Carroll Patrick, (Carroll & McCarty) res 264 Calhoun. 

Carroll Patrick, laborer, res 96 w Water. 

Carroll Patrick, watchman, res 99 Baker. 

Carroll Philip, brakeman, bds 322 Calhoun. 

Carroll Thomas, engineer T., W. & W. Ry, bds 39 Lavina. 

Carroll William, bartender Oyster Bay Restaurant, bds same. 

Carroll & McCarty, (Patrick Carroll, Andrew McCarty) saloon 
264 Calhoun. 

Carry A., foreman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Carry Edward F., (Root & Company) res 171 Clinton. 

Carry Joseph A., blacksmith, res 100 Montgomery. 

Carson William W., attorney at law 29 Post-office building, bds 
135 e Berry. 

Carsting Louise, domestic C. A. Zollinger. 

Carter Addie, domestic Hanna House. 

Carter William, dealer in hot air furnaces, copper, tin and 
sheet iron ware, 25 Columbia, res 127 e Main. See inside 
front cover. 

Carthol A., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Carto Alexander, laborer Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Cartwright Charles, lumber dealer, res 6;^ Barr. 

Cartwright Cooney, res 84 e Wayne. 

Cartwright David P. , laborer N. G. Olds & Sons, bds 7 1 Baker. 

Cartwright Edward, clerk Lorin Smith, res 6;^ Baker. 

Cartwright Elias, brakeman, res 257 Hanna. 

Cartwright Frank, polisher N. G. Olds & Sons, bds 63 Baker. 

Cartwright George S., turner N. G. Olds & Sons, bds 71 Baker. 

Cartwright John, brakeman, bds 63 Baker. 

Cartwright John F. , turner, N. G. Olds & Sons, res 7 1 Baker. 

Cartwright Mrs. Nancy E., res 102 e Washington. 

Cartwright Lovetus F. , meat market 137 Barr, res 22 w Jeffer- 
son. 

Cartwright P., laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Cartwright William, baker C. W. Jacobs, bds 62 e Main. 

Case Frank, laborer T., W. & W. Ry. 

Case William, laborer, res 302 Harrison. 

Case Willis W., propr Oil Mills, res 219 w Wayne. 

Caskey Marquis DeL., clerk Morgan & Beach, bds 115 Barr. 

Caskey Robert J., blacksmith, res 145 e Lewis. 

Cass C, helper P., F. W. & C.R. R. Shop. 

Cassel Dallas, carpenter, res 140 Barr. 

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Casso Frank, saloon ^^ Barr and 67 e Main, res 36 Barr. 

Castle Charles, foreman, res 271 Hanna. 

Castle Daniel, engineer, res 12 Orchard. 

Castle Eli, foreman N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Caswell Frank, salesman A. S. Evans & Co., rooms 60 w Berry. 

Cathole Anton, res 88 Laselle. 

Catlin Mrs. Lucy, res 105 w Berry. 

Catt Klaus, bricklayer, res 135 Madison. 

Cavanaugh James, car driver, bds 262 Calhoun. 

Cawood Joshua, machinist, res s s Beck, w of Florence. 

Celbach Frederick, laborer Fort Wayne Stave Factory. 

Center John W. , engineer, res 61 Melita. 

Central Hotel, D. O'Connell & Bro. proprs, s s Berry, opp 

Court House. 
Cernick James, fireman T., W. & W. Ry, bds 82 Fairfield ave. 
Certia Jacob, book-keeper, res 104 Wells. 

Certia Peter, (Certia & Rankert) res w of Wells, n of Langohr. 
Certia & Rankert, (Peter Certia, Charles Rankert) brewers, w 

of Wells, n of Langohr. 
Chamberlain George, fireman, bds 125 Henry. 
Chamberlain Henry, roofer, res 40 e Jefferson. 
Chamberlain James, laborer, bds 112 Hanna. 
Chamberlain Porter, machinist, res 7 1 Butler. 
Chamberlain Mrs. Sarah, res 112 Hanna. 

Chamberlain Thomas A., clerk 116 Calhoun, bds 162 e Lewis. 
Cliapmau Barnuin W., engineer T. , W. & W. Ry, res 

277 w Washington. 
Chapman Catharine, res 86 Calhoun. 

Chapman Charles, messenger W. U. T. office, res 78 Calhoun. 
Chapman Mrs. Frank H., bds 341 w Jefferson. 
Chapman Nathaniel L., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 

e s First, near Wells. 
Chase Stephen Wm., constable, res e s Florence, s of Beck. 
Chase William H., conductor P. F. W. & C. R. R., bds 92 

Montgomery. 
Cherry Frank, boiler-maker res 203 Barr. 
Cherry William, boiler-maker, res 145 e Lewis. 
Cheveron Xavier, machinist, res ;^6 Hough. 
Child Joseph, express agent F. W., M. & C. R. R., bds 86 

Montgomery. 
Chittenden Erastus L., ex-city clerk, res 69 w Berry. 
Chittenden Mrs. Harriet, res 69 w Berry. 
Chon Millie, domestic Joseph France. 
Chovey Charles, blacksmith, res 510 Water. 
Chovey John, blacksmith, res 221 e Wayne. 

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Chovey Frank, carriage-builder n e cor Clinton and e Water, res 
51 e Water. 

Chrisman Jacob, hostler Gilbert House. 

Christen John, clerk C. B. Oakley, res 36 Butler. 

Christian Henry, laborer Bosse Sz: Tagtmeyer, res — e Washing- 
ton. 

Christians John, clerk, res 36 Butler. 

Christie John B. , machinist Kerr Murray, res 3 Dawson. 

Christie William, machinist T. W. & W. Ry, res n w cor Hoag- 
land and Creighton aves. 

Christoffel Anton, mechanic, bds 87 Holman. 

Chronce Clara, domestic Moses Cothrell. 

City File Works, Charles Keller, propr, 224 w Main. 

City Mills, Hoagland & Tresselt, proprs. s w cor Clinton and 
Water. 

City Paiut Store, James C. Wilmot, propr, 14 Clinton. 

City Street Railway, office s w cor Main and Calhoun, J. H. 
Bass, President; G. E. Bursley, Secy, Treas. and Supt. 

Clafflin William, peddler Dillingham & Ling, bds 25 Baker. 

Clapp Andrew, fireman, res 212 Francis. 

Clark Charles, brakeman T. W. & W. Ry, bds 126 Williams. 

Clark Edmund, conductor T. , W. & W. Ry, res 77 Baker. 

Clark Miss Frances, res 77 Butler. 

Clark Frank, engineer, res 67 Grand. 

Clark Frederick, fireman, res 2 Brandriff. 

Clark George P., engineer Frank Randall No. i, bds St. Nich- 
olas Restaurant. 

Clark Mrs. India, bds 221 w Washington. 

Clark John S. , hack-driver, bds 94 e Berry. 

Clark John H., President Clark & Rhinesmith Co., res iii w 
Wayne. 

Clark Joseph, fireman, res 134 Force. 

Clark Mrs. Joseph, res 138 w Berry. 

Clark Joseph M., merchant tailor s w cor Berry & Clinton. 

Clark J. W., master transportation P. F. W. & C. R. R., bds 
Harmon House. 

Clark Louis, brakeman, res 57 e Water. 

Clark Mary, governess John McDougal. 

Clark Mary A., domestic D. H. Colerick. 

Clark R., machinist P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Clark Thomas R., butcher, res 354 w Main. 

Clark , switchman, bds 155 Harrison. 

Clark «& Rliiiiesiiiitli I^mnber Co., n s Wallace bet 
Lafayette and Clinton, John H. Clark pres. , James H. Simon- 
son, secretary. 



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Clarke Edward A., clerk Superintendent's Ofifice P. F. W. & C. 

R. R., bds 24 w Berry. 
Clarke Miss Ella J. , teacher Jefferson school, bds 3 e Water. 
Clarke H. C, engineer P. F. W. & C. R. R. 
Clarkin Philip, laborer, bds 20 Chicago. 
Clarkson Theodore F., bookkeeper J. C. Bowser & Co., res 132 

w Wayne. 
Clary Alice, domestic Mrs. Eliza Beegan, 6 Kansas. 
Clauss John, shoemaker, bds n w cor Broadway & Pritchard. 
Clauss John C. , shoemaker, res n w cor Broadway & Pritchard. 
Claxton H., engineer P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Clay Fire Iiisuraiiee Co., of Covington, Ky., J. T. Lo- 

see, agent, room 25^ Post Otifice Building. 
Cleare Wm., clerk, bds 49 Harrison. 

Cleary Christopher, tailor M. E. Woodward, res 273 e Wash- 
ington. 
Clements William, laborer, res 57 Williams. 
Clevenger Dawson R., deliverer S. A. Aurentz, res 122 Fulton. 
Clifford Charles, clerk E. K. Dorr & Bro. , res 305 Harrison. 
Clifford Charles, expressman, bds 1 2 Marion. 
Clifford Mrs. R. M. , res 85 w Main. 
Clifton Benjamin, cement pipe maker, res 70 Wallace. 
Climpson Mrs. Charlotte, res 100 Montgomery. 
Close Jennie, domestic John Draker. 
Clough Mrs. Rebecca, res 45 Maumee. 
Clyde Kitty, waitress Robinson House. 
Coberly Marion, laundress Robinson House. 
Cocagne Isidore, cooper, res 9 Duck. 
Cochrane H. W., engineer P. F. W. & C. R. R. 
Cochrane John, (Cochrane, Humphrey & Co.) res 16 Edsall. 
Cochrane Miss Margaret S. , teacher Jefferson School, res cor 

Edsall & w Berry. 
Cochrane Wm. engineer P. F. W. & C. R. R., bds 153 e Lewis. 
Cochrane, Humphrey & C^o., (John Cochrane, George 

Humphrey, William McFee) doors, blinds, sash and lumber 

100 Pearl. See adv. 
Cody John H., supt. Stave Works, res n s of Creighton ave. w 

of Fox. 
Cody Maurice, ice dealer 13 Barr, res same. 
Cody Thomas G., clerk, bds 13 Barr. 
Coe Miss Lucy S., boarding house 82 Fairfield ave. 
Coffrey John, laborer T. W. & W. Ry. 
Cogan James, brakeman, bds 310 Lafayette. 
Cogan Philip, wool spinner, res 98 Columbia. 
Cohen Benjamin, clerk Foster Bros & Co., bds 104 Barr. 



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Cohen Henry, glazier, res 63 Hanna. 

Cole Francis, brakeman P. F. W. & C. R. R., bds 114 Fair- 
field ave. 
Cole Samuel D., machinist, res 291 w Main. 
Colegrove A., fireman T. W. & W. Ry. 
Coleman Conrad, laborer, res 11 Marion. 
Coleman Sylvenis, student, bds 254 w Wayne. 
Colerick David H., attorney at law 22 Court, res 88 e Berry. 
Colerick Edward F. , attorney at law and real estate agent, res 

401 Broadway. 
Colerick Henry, (W. G. & H. Colerick) res 6^ Brackenridge. 
Colerick John A., res 85 e Jefferson. 
Colerick's Opera House, 53 e Columbia. 
Colerick Philemon B., notary public W. G. & H. Colerick, res 

88 e Berry. 
Colerick Thomas W., attorney at law 22 Court, res 88 e Berry. 
Colerick Walpole G., (W. G. & H. Colerick) res 88 e Berry. 
Colerick W. O. "& H. (Walpole G. Colerick and Henry 

Colerick) attorneys at law 22 Court. 
Coling Peter, shoemaker, res 338 Harrison. 
Collar Mrs. Luphina, res 21 n Cass. 
Collar Melvin, laborer Hoffman Bros., res 21 Cass. 
CoUe John, engineer, res 108 Wells. 

Collins Charles, boilermaker, res s e cor Calhoun & Leith. 
Collins Charles, collar-maker, bds 72 Pearl. 
Collins Daniel, laborer, bds 20 Chicago. 
Collins Dennis, helper P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 58 Baker. 
Collins John, laborer, res 43 Baker. 

Collins John H., dyer French, Hanna & Co., res 45 e Main. 
Collins Morgan, laborer, bds 89 Holman. 
CoUins Mrs. M., res 72 Pearl. 
Colman J. , laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 
Colson Edward, saw works 44 w Main, res 333 w Main. 
Comaty J., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Comincavisch Felix, machinist, res 25 Holman. 
Comparet Charles M., bds n s e Berry e of Harmer. 
Comparet David F. , produce dealer, res n s e Berry e of Harmer. 
Comparet Willford D. , clerk, bds n s e Berry e of Harmer. 
Comparet Wm. D., salesman Root & Company, res n s e Berry 

bet King & Harmer 
Coinstock «f ohn B., brick-maker s s Wabash & Erie Canal 

e of Hanover, res n e cor e Washington and Hanover. See 

advertisement. 
Condenont John, laborer Ft. Wayne Stave Factory, res 305 

Hanna. 



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Concordia College, College bet e Washington & Maumee Road. 

Condradde John, laborer, res 43 John. 

Congdon J. Edward (Underbill & Congdon) res Aboit Township. 

Conklin Carey C, engineer T., W. & W. Ry., res 146 Henry. 

Conklin Mrs. Elizabeth, res 311 w Jefferson. 

Conklin John J., engineer T., W. & W. Ry., res n s Creighton 
ave. e of Broadway. 

Conn Leonard C, traveling salesman Huestis & Hamilton, res 
Van Wert, Ohio. 

Connair Wm., blacksmith, res 24 Baker. 

I'oiiiiectioiit Fire Iiisiiraiice Company, of Hartford, 
Connecticut, F. P. Randall, agent, 24 Clinton. 

Connell Wm., fireman F. W., M. & C. R. R., bds 86 Mont- 
gomery. 

Connelly James, laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 31 Colerick. 

Connelly Michael, laborer, res 51 Prince. 

Conner Patrick, policeman, bds 231 Barr. 

Conners Mary, domestic Pliny Hoagland. " 

Conners Michael, driver Fire Department, res 60 Clinton. 

Connett Martin, blacksmith, res 39 Force. 

Connor Mary, domestic G. W. Brackenridge. 

Connors Mrs. Bridget, res 116 Francis. 

Connors J., helper, P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Conoley Maggie, laundress Aveline House. 

Conrad Charles, carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Conroy James, blacksmith, res 71 Douglass ave. 

Coiitlueittal Fire Iiisiiranee Company, of New 
York, Irwin & Lumbard, agents, 36 Calhoun. 

Converse Fred, tel. operator, bds Robinson House. 

Conway Edward, laborer, res 17 Bass. 

Conway Ella, domestic Robert G. Morrison. 

Cook Albert H. teacher, res 438 Broadway. 

Cook Anthony, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Cook Charles W., cashier P., F. W. & C, G. R. & I. & C. R. 
& F. W. R. Rds., res 291 Harrison. 

Cook Christian, res 72 Brackenridge. 

Cook Christina, domestic E. L. Chittenden. 

Cook C, machinist Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Cook E. A. clerk Robinson House. 

Cook Frederick, shoemaker Conrad Brseuer, bds 72 Brack- 
enridge. 

Cook James, fireman, bds 4 Kansas. 

Cook James H., fireman T., W. & W. Ry. 

Cook John, harness-maker, res 81 e Wayne. 

Cook John H., engineer Pail Factory, bds 28 Douglass ave. 



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Cook Maggie, cook Schenck & Falker, bds 91 Calhoun. 

Cook Margaret, boarding house 51 Melita. 

Cook Newton E. , brakeman, bds 291 Harrison. 

Cook O. C. , machinist P. , F. W. & C. R. R. Shop, bds St. Ni- 
cholas Restaurant. 

Cook W. , laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Cookerly Joseph, blacksmith, bds 102 e Washington. 

Coolican Patrick, laborer, res 19 Poplar. 

Coombs Mrs. Eliza, bds 164 Broadway. 

Coombs John M. , (Coombs & Co.) res 263 w Wayne. 

Coombs Thomas A., clerk Coombs & Co., bds 53 w Wayne. 

Coombs Wm. H. , (Coombs Miller & Bell) res 53 w Wayne. 

Coombs & Co., (John M. Coombs) hardware 38, 40 and 42 e 
Main. 

Coombsi, miller & Bell, (Wm. H. Coombs, Wm. H. H. 
Miller & Robert C. Bell) attorneys at law 32 e Berry. 

Coonrod Mathias C, grocer 96 Maumee, res 94 Maumee. 

Coop Charles, sailor, res 16 Water. 

Coop Sophia, domestic Daniel Falls. 

Cooper Benjamin F. , fireman, res 84 Force. 

Cooper Cornelius, drayman, res 27 West. 

Cooper Mrs. Eleanor, res 182 w Washington. 

Cooper Scott, laborer T. W. & W. Ry. 

Coover George^ engineer, res 387 Hanna. 

Corcoran Miss Mary, saleslady C. Orff & Co., res 23 Grand. 

Corcoran Patrick, helper, res 23 Grand. 

Corcoran Thomas, teamster, bds 86 e Lewis. 

Corduvai Addalade, domestic Cathedral. 

Cordway John, brakeman, res 235 e Jefferson. 

Corneille C. Francis, clerk C. Orff & Co. 

Corneille John B., salesman C. Orff & Co., res 47 e Water. 

Cornell Augustus, laborer, res 31 Duck. 

Cornell Casimir F., clerk, bds 130 Madison. 

Corrin J., helper P., Ft W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Costello Wm., engineer, T. W. & W. Ry., bds 39 Lavina. 

Cothrell Albert, buss driver, bds 94 e Berry. 

Cothrell Allen, bds 1716 Washington. 

Cothrell Erastus L., mailing clerk Gazette Printing Co., 152 e 
Washington. 

Cothrell Jerad, res 171 e Washington. 

Cothrell Mrs. Julia A., res 152 e Washington. 

C^otlirell Mosesj, boarding house 94 Berry. 

Cotter Edmund, laborer, bds 102 Webster. 

Cottingham Albert E., student L. J. Mason, res 776 Berry. 

Cottingham Wm., (Cottingham & M'Lachlin) res 77 e Berry. 

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Cottingliain & Mdjachlan, (Wm. Cottingham & Neil 
McLachlin,) plumbers, steam and gas-fitters, office 143 Cal- 
houn, factory 1 1 e Jefferson. See adv. 

Coulter Columbus M., marble cutter Underbill & Smith, res 225 
w Jefferson. :, 

Cour Claude J. A., brick-yard bet Hoagland ave. & Webster nr 
city limits, res s end Calhoun. 

Cour Eugene, fireman, res 19 Buchanan. 

Cour Francis J., laborer C. J. A. Cour, bds same. 

Cour Frank, blacksmith, bds 19 Buchanan. 

Courter Charles A., plasterer, res e s Calhoun s of Collins. 

Courtney Lawrence F. , umbrella-maker 30 w Main, res same. 

Cout Frederick, res 20 Hanna. 

Covert Cranston, conductor F. W., J. & S. R. R. , res 65 Doug- 
lass ave. 

Cowan John, blacksmith, bds 100 Montgomery. 

Cowdry J. H., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Cowdry F., fireman P. F. W. & C. R. R. 

Cower D. W., engineer P. F. W. & C. R. R. 

Cowles Archibald Z., fireman F. W. M. & C. R. R., res 106 
Wells. 

Cox John, laborer, res 183 Hanna. 

Cox John B,, foreman moulders Kerr Murray, res 199 Hanna. 

Cox Richard, machinist, res 43 Wall. 

Cox Wm. , laborer Schnelker, Beugnot & Co. , bds s s Wilt w of 
Van Buren. 

Cox Wm. , moulder Kerr Murray, bds 290 Calhoun. 

Coy A. M. , mechanic Peters Box Factory. 

Coyle David, (Simpson & Coyle) res n w cor Main & Calhoun. 

Coyle Mrs. M[ary J. , milliner n w cor Main & Calhoun, res same. 

Crabbs Cyrus, traveling salesman H. McCauley & Co., bds 17 
Gay. 

Crabbs Mrs. Elizabeth, bds 63 Baker. 

Craft Conrad, boilermaker T., W. & W. Ry. 

Cragg Charles, machine-hand N. G. Olds & Sons, res 322 
Lafayette. 

Cragg Kate, weaver French, Hanna & Co., res 375 Lafayette. 

Cragg Thomas, machine-hand N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Cragg Thomas, cigarmaker, res 375 Lafayette. 

Craig James M., harness maker S. H. Shoaff, bds Farmers' Ex- 
change. 

Craig John, laborer Gas Works, res 149 Barr. 

Craig Richard, engineer T., W. & W. Ry., bds 126 Williams. 

Craig Samuel, res 16 Gay. 

Cramer Carrish, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

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Cramer Conrad, watchman T., W. & W. Ry. 

Cramer E., engineer P. F. W. & C. R. R. 

Cramer Frederick, painter, res w s John s of Francis. 

Cramer Henry, laborer, res 95 Wilt. 

Cramer Miss Jennie, seamstress, bds 42 Bass. 

Cramer John, slateroofer, res 74 Wallace. 

Cramer Martin, laborer, res 28 John. 

Cramer Solomon K., book-keeper Perkins Engine Co., bds 160 

Water. 
Cramer Wm., moulder Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 
Cramer W., laborer P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Cran Charles, tailor, res 398 Calhoun. 
Cran Charles Jr. , moulder, res 85 Lillie. 
Crance George, laborer, bds 104 Gay. 
Crance James, laborer, res 104 Gay. 
Crane Alonzo, painter, res 215 Hanna. 
Crane Calvin D., surveyor and engineer, res 144 w Wayne. 
Crane CJeorge D., attorney at law 91 w Main, res 100 e 

Lewis. 
Crane Wm. M. , attorney at law, res 68 Wilt. 
Crane Wm. M. Jr., clerk Empire Transportation Co., res 68 

Wilt. 
Crane Winnie, domestic Marx Graff. 
Cranston Mrs. Alice, seamstress, res 58 Douglass ave. 
Craven Joseph, foreman weaver French, Hanna & Co., res 55 

e Water. 
Craw Edward L. , salesman A. S. Evans & Co. , bds 93 w Wayne. 
Cran Miss Sarah, bds 93 w Wayne. 
Crawford Joseph, engineer, res 61 Madison. 
Crawford Wm., fireman Schnelker, Beugnot & Co., res s s w 

Berry e of Broadway. 
Crawford W. T., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Cray Michael, laborer, bds 25 Baker. 
Cray Peter, laborer, bds 25 Baker. 

Cremer Gerhardus, sawyer, bds n s w Main, near city limits. 
Cretzer Alonzo W., broom-maker Gage & Bro. , bds 315 s Har- 
rison. 
Cretzer Mrs. Elizabeth, bds 315 Harrison. 
Cretzer John H., (N. C. Miller & Co.) res 177 High. 
Crider David, spring-maker, res 296 Hanna. 
Crider J. , blacksmith P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Crighton William, foreman Kerr Murray, res 49 Brackenridge. 
Crimens Patrick, laborer, res 51 Wilt. 
Crisenberry Peter S., propr Phillips House, 105 and 107 

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Crisenberry Willis W., collar-maker, res Phillips House. 

Christ Joseph, shoemaker, res 366 e Wayne. 

Critchet Harry A., teacher, bds 153 e Lewis. 

Crites William H.-, brakeman, res 93 Force. 

Crock Anson, teamster, res 325 e Lewis. 

Crollinger E. , laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Cromwell Charles, book-keeper Hoffman Bros., bds 234 w 
Wayne. 

Cromwell Joseph C, book-keeper Hoffman Bros., bds 234 w 
Wayne. 

Cromwell Joseph W., purchasing agent Hoffman Bros., res 236 
w Wayne. 

Cronan Mary, domestic Wm. H. Coombs. 

Cronan Sarah E., domestic S. Rothschild. 

Crosby George J., machinist T., W. & W. Ry, res 15 Henry. 

Crosby Mrs. Mary, res 295 w Jefferson. 

Crosby Miss Mary D., dressmaker, bds 295 w Jefferson. 

Crosby William J., machinist, bds 295 w Jefferson. 

Crouillet Jaquez, laborer, res 305 Hanna. 

Grouser Henry, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Crow Charles, moulder Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Crow John F., carpenter, res 62 w Lewis. 

Crow Robert, moulder Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Crowley John H., yard-master T., W. & W. Ry, bds 55 Doug- 
las ave. 

Croxton W. A., clerk F. W., J. & S. R. R., bds 146 w Berry. 

Cruch Patrick, brakeman P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 92 Mont- 
gomery. 

CruU August, professor Concordia College, res same. 

Crumley Goram, engineer, res 42 Chicago. 

Cruse Demetrus A., (Thorp & Co.) res 108 Barr. 

Cruser Victor, laborer, bds s s Columbia, near Barr. 

Cubberly George, moulder Kerr. Murray, res 137 Force. 

Cull Mrs. Catharine, res 27 Taylor. 

Cull Edward, laborer, res 94 Chicago. 

Cull John, fireman, bds 27 Taylor. 

Cull Thomas, heading crosscutter, bds 27 Taylor. 

CuUens Miss A., clerk J. & P. Pierr, bds — Calhoun. 

Culvertson John, plasterer, bds 78 Barr. 

Cummerow Otto, compositor Staats-Zeitung, bds 270 w Jeffer- 
son. 

Cummings George W., butcher, res 61 w Lewis. 

Cummings Jerry, brakeman, res 70 Wallace. 

Cummings Mrs. Judith L. , boarding house 322 Calhoun. 

Cummings M., machinist P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

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Cummings Thomas J. T., patent rights, n w cor Main and Cal- 
houn, res 29 Grand. 

Cuminsky Charles C, clerk T., W. & W. Ry, bds 259 w Wayne. 

Cumpston Charles B., telegraph operator, res Sturgis House. 

Cumpston Charles P., propr Sturgis House, 49 and 5 1 w 
Berry. 

Cumpston Robert H., telegraph operator, res Sturgis House. 

Cunard steamship JLine, John Hough & D. C. Fisher, 
agents 32 e Berry. 

Cunard fS^teanisliip I^ine, Siemon & Bros, agents 77 
Columbia. 

Cunningham Arthur, laborer Stave Factory, bds 90 Hanna. 

Cunningham John C, carpenter, res 107 Wilt. 

Currant S. S., carpenter R, F. W. & C. R. R. 

Currier Cbarles H., manager W. U. T. office, res 168 
Griffith. 

Curry John, brass-finisher, res 26 Wallace, 

Curry Mary E., house-keeper John T. Beaber. 

Curry Michael, brakeman, res 35 William. 

Curtice John F., clerk Bass Foundry, res 142 Montgomery. 

Curtis Fred B., clerk J. B. White, res 95 Ewing. 

Curtis George, brakeman, bds 17 Holman. 

Curtis John J., clerk Auditor's office, bds 347 Hanna. 

Curtis Martin, blacksmith, res 347 Hanna. 

Curtis Mathew E., messenger W. U. T. Co., bds 347 Hanna. 

Curtis Samuel H., clerk Huestis & Hamilton, res 229 e Wash- 
ington. 

Curts Eliza, domestic C. Lehman. 

Gushing George W., supt of machinery T. W. & W. Ry., res 
259 w Wayne. 

Gushing Michael, laborer, res 26 Wallace. 

Gushing Michael Jr., moulder, bds 26 Wallace. 

Gushing Timothy, fireman, bds 26 Wallace. 

Custer Edward, laborer Hoffinan Bros., bds 145 Broadway. 

Cutler Wm., switchman, bds 234 Lafayette. 

Cutshall Joseph H., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 103 
Wilt. 

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Dagitz Barbara, domestic H. N. Ward. 

Dahl Charles, baker, bds 41 Columbia. 

Dahman Jane, domestic F. P. Randall. 

Daily Calvin A., printer Gazette Printing Co., res 138 Fultoft. 

Daily Charles E., machinist T. W. & W. Ry., bds 138 Fulton. 

Daily James W., fireman T., W. & W. Ry., bds 138 Fulton. 

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Daily John F., painter Bass Foundry & Machine Works, bds 

Harmon House. 
Daily Mrs. L. A., res 138 Fulton. 
Daily Maggie, domestic Allan Zollars. 
Daily Mrs. Mary C, res 43 Wall. 
Daily Simon, coppersmith, res 247 Webster. 
Daily Thomas, laborer, res 1 2 w Washington. 
Dalgleish Thomas, fireman T. W. & W. Ry., bds 11 Walnut. 
Dalman Charles, bds 55 e Columbia. 
Dalon T. K., fireman P. F. W. & C. R. R. 
Dal ton Edmund, Carpenter, res 32 Wilt. 
Dalton James, laborer, res 334 Hanna. 
Dalton James, laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 18 Bass. 
Dalton Timothy, laborer, res 19 Colerick. 
Damann Margaret, domestic F. W. Stenner. 
Dame Alexander, (Dame & Bros.) res 25 Clinton. 
Dame Henry, (Dame & Bros.) bds 25 Clinton. 
Dame & Bros. (Alexander & Henry) tobacco and cigars s e cor 

Clinton & Columbia. 
Dammann Henry, butcher 319 Lafayette. 
Dammeyer Henry, blacksmith, res 201 Ewing. 
Dammeyer William, (Niemann & Dammeyer) res 61 Douglass 

avenue. 
Damon Charles, shoemaker, res 305 Lafayette. 
Danforth George, fireman F. W., M. & C. R. R. , bds Robinson 

House. 
Daniels Samuel S. , blacksmith Henry Sthair, res 54 w Main. 
Dankworth Joseph, trunk-maker, res 71 Wells. 
Danmaier H., blacksmith P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Danzer M., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Darfler George, joiner Jacoby & Weigand. 
Darker Mrs. Martha, res 77 Butler. 
Darling Charles W., yard-master F. W., M. & C. R. R., res 59 

Third. 
Darrow George G., eating-house, res 49 First. 
Darrow James, contractor, res 51 First. 
Dauble Sarah, waitress Farmers' Exchange. 
Daugherty Alfred, bridge-tender, res w s Wells, n of Beck. 
Daugherty T., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Davenport Louis C, prescription clerk Wooster, Williams & Co., 

bds Hanna House. 
Davenport Samuel, mail agent, bds Robinson House. 
Davidson James, fireman T., W. & W. Ry. 
Davidson James, laborer T., W. & W. Ry, res 18 Walnut. 
Davidson John fireman T., W. & W. Ry, bds 18 Walnut. 

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Davidson Jennie, cloth-weaver French, Hanna & Co., bds i8 
Walnut. 

Davidson Wm. , machinist T. , W. & W. Ry, res 45 Locust. 

I>avis Amois, supervising agent the Howe Machine, res 148 
e Lewis. 

Davis A. A., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Davis Byron, painter, res 212 e Lewis. 

Davis Charles E., (Davis & Brother) res 49 e Jefferson. 

Davis Charles W. , bds 117 Hanna. 

Davis Edward T., freight office P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 204 
w Berry. 

Davis Horace S., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 114 La- 
fayette. 

Davis John C. , freight and ticket agent P. F. W. & C. , G. R. 
& I., and C, R. & F. W. R. Rs., office n e cor Clinton and 
Railroad, res 117 Hanna. 

Davis John M. , engineer T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Davis Joseph, tinner, bds Steuben House. 

Davis Lewis, laborer, res w s Barthold, w of Douglass. 

Davis Miss Nora, operator and book-keeper Howe Machine Co. , 
res 148 e Lewis. 

Davis Phraortis B., clerk N. P. Stockbridge, bds 148 e Lewis. 

Davis Rhoda, domestic Casper Neireiter. 

Davis Samuel T. , speculator, res 65 Langohr. 

Davis V. R., brakeman res 368 Calhoun. 

Davis Wesley T. , foreman N. G. Olds & Sons, res 308 e Wayne. 

Davis Wm. H. , (Davis & Brother) res 49 e Jefferson. 

I>avis & Brother, (Wm. H. & Charles E.) printers, book- 
binders, and blank book maufacturers, 78 and 80 Clinton. 
See advt. 

I>ai¥SOU C Mortinier, cashier Merchants' National Bank, 
res 242 w Berry. 

Dawson J. W., (Stapleford & Dawson) bds 121 e Washington. 

Dawson Michael, well-digger, res 231 Lafayette. 

Day Adelbert F. , printer Gazette Printing Co. 

Day Henry, cigar-maker J. Keller, bds 99 e Washington. 

Day Henry, painter, res 137 w Water. 

Daylor John, laborer, bds 310 Lafayette. 

Dayman John, porter Aveline House. 

Deady Jeremiah, brakeman P., F. W. & C. R. R,, res 19 Durie. 

Deal Martin, peddler, res 44 Hoagland ave. 

Deam Alexander, confectioner, res 25 Clinton. 

Deam Robert C. , printer Gazette Printing Co., bds Main Street 
Exchange. 

Dearstine Samuel, carpenter, res 36 Williams. 



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Deardorff Osrow S., harness-maker C. B. Neireiter, bds 220 w 

Washington. 
Debolt J., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Deckenbrock Frederick, laborer, res 33 w Lewis. 
Decker OHver, shoemaker, bds Exchange Hotel. 
Decker Miss Rachael, bds 91 Cass. 
Decker Wm. A., brakeman, bds 12 Marion. 
DeDrattery Eugene, clerk Morgan & Beech, res 90 e Lewis. 
Dedrick David, laborer, res 237 Barr. 
Deegan Edward, laborer, res n s Leith e of Calhoun. 
Deegan G., helper P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Deegan Patrick, blacksmith, res 247 Clay. 
Deeter James M., engineer P. F. W. & C. R. R., res 38 Mc- 

Clellan. 
Deeter John W^.? restaurant 238 Calhoun, res same. 
Degitz Charles, cigar-maker, res 15 Colerick. 
Degitz Frank, laborer, res n s Leith e of Calhoun. 
Degitz Henry, bds 15 Colerick. 

Dehardt Abram, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons, res 39 Wall. 
Dehardt Anna, domestic Henry McKinnie. 
Dehardt Sylvia, domestic Henry McKinnie. 
Dehardt Robert, conductor T., W. & W. Ry., res 28 Wilt. 
DeHaven Abraham, |teamster, res 331 w Jefferson. 
DeHaven Allen, expressman Empire Mills, res 24 Jones. 
DeHaven David O. , printer, bds 40 Wells. 
DeHaven Urs. ElizaJbetli, boarding house 40 Wells. 
DeHaven Harrison, laborer, res 107 Holman. 
DeHaven Miss Lucinda, milliner, bds 40 Wells. 
DeHaven Perry N. , tailor J. M. Clark, res 107 Holman. 
Dehne William, carpenter, res 142 Madison. 
Dehrman Henry, carpenter, res 118 Wallace. 
Deihl Elijah, works T. , W. & W. Ry. 
Deihl Hugh M. , machinist, res 49 Harmer. 
Deininger Joseph, clerk U. Deininger, res 161 w Washington. 
Deininger Ulrich, toys and notions 37 Calhoun, res 161 w Wash- 
ington. 
Delsay Isaac, insurance-agent, res 107 Lafayette. 
DeLaCamp John, civil engineer, office Court House, res 108 

Maumee. 
Delaney Thomas, tanner, res 16 Sturgis. 
Delano Jessie, domestic Charles F. Brenton. 
Deleve Edward, laborer, bds 3106 Wayne. 
Delford Isaac, laborer, bds 18 Walnut. 
Delwin E. , laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 
Delzell J. Ross, blacksmith, res 140 Broadway. 



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Delzell Mrs. Sophia J. , milliner 3 Phoenix Block, res same. 

Demarais Louis, marble cutter, bds Gilbert House. 

Dembar W., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Demler Charles, laborer, bds 33 Charles. 

Dempsey Melvin, barber 131 Calhoun, res same. 

DeMyers James, roofer, res 27 Duck. 

Denohy M., laborer P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Denio Dwight, painter, res 227 Lafayette. 

Denison S., traveling-agent N. G. Olds & Sons, res Plainville, 
N. Y. 

Denklage Mrs. Margaret, res 271 e Washington. 

Denner Benedict, tanner, res 70 Mechanics. 

Denner Benjamin, laborer Jacob Fry & Sons, res 70 Mechanics. 

Denner Joseph, currier Jacob Fry & Sons, res s s w Main nr city 
limits. 

Denner Mathias, tanner Jacob Fry & Sons, res 70 Mechanics. 

Denny Mrs. Mary F., res 223 e Jefferson. 

Denzel Mathias, carpenter, res 212 e Jefferson. 

Depler George, conductor P. F. W. & C. R. R., res 182 Jackson. 

Depner George, bartender M. Strodel, res i e Berry. 

Deppen August, bartender Ulrich Stotz, res 21 e Main. 

DePray Vincent, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Der fling George, carpenter, bds 118 Wallace. 

Derkes Mrs. Mary, res 94 Lasselle. 

Dermer Eliza, weaver, bds 242 w Wayne. 

Deroom Solomon, laborer, res 88 Madison. 

Dessauer Lewis, (L. Dessauer & Co.) res 90 w Main. 

Dessauer L. & Co., (Louis Dessauer, Isaac Trauerman) cigar 
manufacturers 23 Calhon. 

Deturk Henry, laborer, res w s Gay nr southern city limits. 

Deturk Lebanon, clerk Baker Bros., bds Farmers' Exchange. 

Detzer Martin F., Druggist, s w cor Broadway and w Jef- 
ferson, bds 202 w Jefferson. 

Deugman Samuel, coachman Pliny Hoagland. 

Deuter Michael Jr., stone cutter Sutermeister, Becker & Bond, 
bds 105 High. 

Devall H., boiler-helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Devaux Francois, laborer, res 52 Lasalle. 

DeVaud Louis, silver-plating 52 Calhoun, res 114 e Berry. 

Devaux Xavier, laborer, res 23 Lasalle. 

Deveny Martin, laborer, res 76 Baker. 

Deveraux F., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Devine Patrick, porter Aveline House. 

Devlin H., machinist P. F. W. & C. R. R. 

DeWald Anton, clerk Frank& Thanhouser res 128 Fairfield ave. 

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Devlin Wm., watchman P. F. W. & C. R. R., res s w cor Sixth 

& Harrison. 
DeWald Frank, laborer Bass Foundry & Machine Works, bds 43 

Nirdlinger ave. 
DeWald George, res 128 Fairfield ave. 
DeWald George, (George Dewald & Co.) res DeWald Square e 

of Lafayette w of Hanna. 
Dewald Henry, stoves and tinware 36 Clinton, res w s 

Fairfield ave. bet Locust & Taylor. 
DeWald Leonard, shoemaker L. Fortriede, res nr city limits 

West. 
DeWald Nicholas, cooper 404 Calhoun, res same. 
DeWald George & Co., (George DeWald, Effingham T. 

Williams, Amelius J. Lang) dry goods n e cor Calhoun & Co- 
lumbia. See bottom lines. 
Diak John H. , laborer, res 223 w Washington. 
Dick Daniel, engineer, res 85 Butler. 
Dick John, laborer, res 119 e Lewis. 

Dickey John, machinist Kerr Murray, bds s end Calhoan. 
Dickey Robert, foreman Kerr Murray, res s end Calhoun. 
Dickey Robert B. , boilermaker Kerr Murray, bds send Calhoun. 
Dickey Sophie, domestic John M. Godown. 
Dickinson Wm. O. , fireman T. W. & W. Ry. 
Didier Frank, grocer, res 87 e Main. 
Didier House, L. Lavanway, propr, 74 Columbia. 
Didier Joseph C, grocer 66 & 68 Columbia, res 87 e Main. 
Didier John Joseph, broom-maker, res 102 Maumee. 
Didrick Joseph, laborer P. F. W. & C. R. R., res 142 Fairfield 

ave. 
Diebold Joseph, carpenter, res 275 e Washington. 
Diederick Henry, prof. Concordia College, res College Grounds. 
Dieckmeyer Wm. (Landsmann & Dieckmeyer) bds s w cor 

Ewing & Water. 
Diem Charles, saloon 127 Calhoun, res same. 
Dierkes A., pattern maker Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 
]>Iersteiii Anton, wagon-maker 102 w Main, res 37 Wall. 
Dierstein Christian, grocer s w cor Fairfield ave. and George, res 

same. 
Dierstein Conrad, carpenter, res 158 Taylor. 
Dierstein Henry, laborer, res 336 Harrison. 
Diestel Gerhard Wm., bds 40 w Water. 
Diether Edward, machine-hand Cochrane, Humphrey & Co., 

bds 128 Griffith. 

Diether Louie, book-keeper Cochrane, Humphrey & Co., res 

128 Griffith. 
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Diether John H., (Hilt & Co.) bds 128 Griffith. 

Dietrich J. F. , laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Diffenderfer Benjamin O., machinist, res 189 Barr. 

Digman John, helper Ft. Wayne Stave Factory, res Holman. 

Dilla Frank, engineer F. W. J. & S. R. R., bds 66 Wells. 

Dillingham Andrew J., (Dillingham & Ling) res 23 Baker. 

Dillinghani & lAng, (Andrew J. Dillingham & George 
W. Ling) dealers in peddlers' suplies 83 Holman. 

Dillon Mrs. Anna L., teacher, res 153 w Washington: 

Dills Thomas J., physician and surgeon s w cor Berry & 
Calhoun, bds Sturgis House. 

Dinkelaker George, baker Lapp & Schwartz, bds 88 e Main. 

Dinklage Anthony, teamster John B. Comstock, bds same. 

Dinklage Herman, laborer, res 30 Gay. 

Dinkier Mrs. Elizabeth, res 251 e Washington. 

Dirks Frederick, basket-maker, res 74 Barthold. 

Ditimus Edward, fireman P. F. W. & C. R. R., bds 98 Mont- 
gomery. 

Dittoc Albert, ice-dealer 6 Monroe, res same. 

Divan J., helper P. F. W. & C. R. R. 

Dix Seth, hackman, res 97 e Berry. 

Dixon Mrs. Catharine, res n s Langohr, w of Marion. 

Docktor Ella, domestic S. W. Kimball. 

Dodez Gustavus C, with T. M. Biddle, res 264 w Wayne. 

Dodge Arthur, clerk Aveline House, res 26 e Wayne. 

Dodgson John L., book agent, res 116 e Wayne. 

Doe Frederick, carpenter, res n s Huffman, w Of Wells, 

Doelker Jacob, meat market s e cor Second and Wells, res 66 
Wells. 

Doelker John, shoemaker, res 66 Wells. 

Dolan Ellen, waitress Robinson House. 

Doerner Emil A., clerk E. Vordermark & Sons, bds Central 
Hotel. 

Dolan T. K., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Dolin John, justice of the peace, 62 Calhoun, res four miles w 
of city limits. 

Dolwig Miss Lizzie, clerk George Fox, bds 25 e Main. 

Donaby J., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Donahoe Conrad, laborer, bds 243 Clay. 

Donahoe Florence, section foreman, res 44 Brandriff. 

Donahoe James, blacksmith, bds 243 Clay. 

Donahoe James, carpenter, res 7 n Cass. 

Donahoe Michael, painter, bds 243 Clay. 

Donaldson David, lightning rods, bds Hedekin House. 

Donaldson James, brick-maker, res 120 Wilt. 

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Donaldson James, laborer, bds 20 Chicago. 

Donley Thomas B., live stock dealer, res 24 Gay. 

Donnel Wm., laborer Hamilton & Co., res 19 n Cass. 

Donohoe Jane, domestic R. E. Fleming. 

Donohoe John, engineer Stave Factory, bds 69 Charles. 

Donohoe Peter, laborer Stave Factory, bds 69 Charles. 

Donohoe Mrs. Susan, res 69 Charles. 

Donovan John, brakeman P. F. W. & C. R. R., bds 49 Baker. 

Donovan John, laborer, bds 98 Columbia. 

Donovan Thomas, laborer, res 75 w Lewis. 

Donovan Timothy, engineer, res 133 e Main. 

Doolin Patrick, bartender, res 274 Calhoun. 

Doonar Michael, fireman, bds 402 Calhoun. 

Doriat J., moulder Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Dorman P., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Dornte William H., cigar-maker Henry W. Ortmann, res 60 w 
Washington. 

Dorr Artemus K., grocer, res 64 w Main. 

Dorr Everett K., (E. K. Dorr & Bro.) res 64 w Main. 

Dorr Theodore, (E. K. Dorr & Bro.) res 64 w Main. 

I>orr £. K. & Bro., (Everett K. & Theodore) dealers in 
choice teas, groceries, provisions, etc., 22 w Berry. 

Dosh Katy, domestic Byron D. Angell. 

Dosler Conrad, machinist J. C. Bowser & Co., bds 66 e Main. 

Dotharge Mrs. Sophia, res 23 Wilt. 

Doty Edward, peddler, bds 47 Bass. 

Doty Edwin, tin peddler, bds 330 Calhoun. 

Doty R., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Doucet Isaac, foreman Fort Wayne Stave & Heading Factory, 
res 374 Lafayette. 

Dougherty Kate, domestic A. S. Evans. 

Douglas George, bds 53 Brackenridge. 

Douglass Wm. B., conductor P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 262 w 
Jefferson. 

Douglass Wm. V., (Anderson & Douglass) bds 262 w Jefferson. 

Douings Henry, laborer, res 42 Jones. 

Dow David, machinist T., W. & W. Ry, res 41 Taylor. 

Dowd J., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Dowie Wm., boiler-maker T., W. & W. Ry. 

Downey Elizabeth, domestic Wm. H. Bryant. 

Downing James A., foreman, bds 202 w Jefferson. 

Doxsee George W., brakeman T., W. & W. Ry, bds 126 Wil- 
liams. 

Doyer Christ, laborer Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Doyle Elijah, switchman T., W. & W. Ry, res 17 Taylor. 

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Doyle John, laborer, res 222 Lafayette. 

Doyle Michael, laborer, bds 59 Gay. 

Doyle Patrick, carpenter, res 192 Montgomery. 

Draeger Charles E., watchmaker Mayer & Graffe, res 81 Bar- 

thold. 
Draeger Charles F., watchmaker Mayer & Graffe, res 81 Bar- 

thold. 
Drake Frederick J., delivery clerk post office, bds Mayer House. 
Drake Mrs. Hannah, bds 179 Clinton. 
Drake Mrs. Moses, res 93 w Wayne. 
Drake Thomas, brakeman, res 227 Lafayette. 
Drake T. F., fireman P. F. W. & C. R. R. 
Draker Anthony, (Anthony Draker & Bro. and John Draker & 

Bro.) bds Gilbert House. 
Draker John, (John Draker & Bro. and Anthony Draker & Bro.) 

res 13 Maiden Lane. 
I>raker Autliony & Bro., (Anthony & John) grocers, 26 

Harrison. See advt. 
Draker John & Bro., (John & Anthony) livery, sale and 

feed stables, 13 Pearl. See advt. 
Draver Frank, carpenter, res s e cor DeWald and Hoagland 

avenue. 
Dray John, brakeman, bds 14 Chicago. 
Drebert Hiram J., carpenter F. Boester, bds 164 Griffith. 
Dreier Christian, laborer, bds 159 Hanna. 
Dreier George, joiner Jacoby & Weigand. 
Dreier Henry, (Dreier & Bro.) bds Main Street Exchange. 
Dreier Henry, laborer, res 9 Buchanan. 
Dreier Wm. H., (Dreier & Bro.) bds Gilbert House. 
Dreier & Bro., (Henry & William H.) druggists n w cor Calhoun 

and Columbia. 
Dreker Henry, farmer, res 66 w Washington. 
Dressell G., laborer P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Dressell H., carpenter P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Dreyer Anthony, (Linker, Hey & Co.) res swcor e Washington 

and Wabash ave. 
Dreyer Henry, helper P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 26 McClellan. 
Dreyer Wm., moulder, bds 178 Barr. 
Drew Wm. E., (Cody & Drew) res 288 w Main. 
Driepis August, cattle dealer, bds 86 Barr. 
Driftmeyer August, carpenter, res 225 Broadway. 
Driftmeyer E., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
DriscoU Edward, saloon 274 Calhoun, res same. 
Drk Christian, painter, res 99 e Washington. 
Drk Henry, cigar-maker, bds 99 e Washington. 

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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 85 

Droegemeyer John, res 70 w Washington. 
Dromley C. E., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Drowler Edward C. , laborer, res 127 Francis. 
Druhot Joseph, moulder, res 28 Force. 
Druick Louis, machinist Kerr Murray, bds 38 McClellan. 
Drury Morris, laborer, bds 116 Francis. 

Dryer Frank, brakeman P. F. W. & C. R. R., bds 26 Mc- 
Clellan. 
Dubois John, attorney at law, res 213 e Lewis. 
Dudenhoefer Conrad, laborer, res 407 e Wayne. 
Dudenhoefer George P., carriage-maker, res 2,3^ e Wayne. 
Dudley James, engineer, res 304 w Jefferson. 
Dudley J. P., machinist P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Duemling Henry, professor Concordia College. 
Duffee Frank, brakeman, bds 59 Grand. 
Duffy James T. , canvasser Grover & Baker Sewing Machines, 

bds 81 Wells. 
Duffy Thomas, helper Kerr Murray, bds 19 Baker. 
Dugitz F., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Duke Milton M., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 16 

Holman. 
Dukeman Augustus, (Dukeman & Gumpper) bds Anderson 

House. 
Dukeman Frederick, res 127 w Wayne. 
]>akeiiiaii & Oumpper, (Augustus Dukeman, Christian 

E. Gumpper) lager beer hall and sample room, 84 Calhoun. 
Dumell H. A., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Dumm Robert E. , res Upper Sandusky, Ohio. 
Dumont Peter, laborer, bds 102 Webster. 

Dunbar Wm., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. , res 155 Wallace. 
Dunlap Griffith, teamster, res s s Maumee Turnpike. 
Dunn M., engineer P. F. W. & C. R. R. 
Dunn Robert, boiler-maker Kerr Murray, bds 6 Brandriff. 
Dunn Wm. , clerk Frank & Thanhouser, res 16 w Lewis. 
Dunn Wm., machinist Kerr Murray, res 6 Brandriff. 
Dunning Jay D., telegraph operator, res 160 w Wayne. 
Dunshee Carlos E., clerk Coombs & Co., res 175 Clinton. 
Dunshee Edmund P., clerk Anderson & Douglass, res 175 

Clinton. 
Dunwar Daniel, traveling salesman C. L. Hill, res Columbia 

City, Indiana. 
Duprez Victor, laborer, res 73 Lasalle. 
Durbrow, Charles, laborer, bds 120 w Water. 
Durbrow Jesse, teamster, bds 120 w Water. 
Durbrow Mrs. Lydia, boarding-house 120 w Water. 



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Durbrow Wilson, machinist, bds 120 w Water. 

Duret Jules, laborer, res 56 Charles. 

Durfee Wm. A., engineer T., W. & W. Ry, res 153 VanBuren. 

Durian George, fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 70 Madison. 

Durnell Herman A., fireman, res 10 Oak. 

Dustman Frank, laborer, res 243 e Wayne. 

Dutcher John, carpenter, res 349 e Lewis. 

Dutcher William B., marble-cutter Underbill & Smith, bds Rob- 
inson House. 

Dwane Michael, saloon, res 324 Lafayette. 

Dwelly Charles W. , machinist railroad shops res 96 Montgomery. 

Dwenger Right Rev. Joseph, D. D. , Catholic Cathedral, res rear 
Cathedral, Clinton. 

Dwinnell Benjamin, peddler Dillingham & Ling, bds 25 Baker. 

Dwinnell Gilbert, peddler Dillingham & Ling, bds 25 Baker. 

Dye James, res 212 Francis. 

Dyer Thomas, engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 273 w Jeffer- 
son. 

Dykes Robert, traveling salesman Charles Ford, res Kendallville, 
Indiana. 

EI 

JEagle Brewery, John M. Riedmiller, propr, s e cor w Taylor 

and Eagle. 
Eaglebeyer Samuel, laborer, res s s Dawson, bet Harrison and 

Calhoun. 
Eagy John H., conductor, res 377 Hanna. 
Eakin Charles H. , student, bds 68 Jackson. 
Eakin Mrs. J. S., res 68 Jackson. 
Earl Mrs. Elizabeth, res 31 Charles. 
Earl Jacob, teamster Clark & Rhinesmith Lumber Co. 
Earl Joseph, hostler, bds 31 Charles. 
Earl J., machinist P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Earl Wm., engineer P. F. W. & C. R. R., res 169 e Wayne. 
Early J., fireman P. F. W. & C. R. R. 
Early M. , laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Eaton James, fireman T. W. & W. Ry., bds 164 Broadway. 
Eaton James, mechanic Peters Box Factory. 
Eberly Daniel, miller Bloomingdale Mills, res 40 Fifth. 
Eberwinn C, laborer Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 
Ebner George, carpenter P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Ebner Lawrence, carpenter P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Ebright Joseph, machinist T. W. & W. Ry., res s s Pontiac e of 

Hoagland ave. 
Eckart Frederick, (F. Eckart & Co.) res 93 Barr. 

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Eckart Frederick, meat market, res 91 e Wayne. 

Eckart Mrs. Sophia, res 93 Barr. 

Eckart F. & Co., (Frederick Eckart & Henry E. Linker) 

meat market 60 Calhoun. 
Eckels James M., carpenter T. W. & W. Ry., res 215 w Wash- 
ington. 
Eckart Charles H. , stripper Eckert & Ortmann, res 23 w Lewis. 
Eckert Joseph, stave-equalizer Ft. Wayne Stave Factory, res 252 

e Wayne. 
Eckert J. C. , (Eckert & Ortmann) res 23 w Lewis. 
£ckert <fe Ortmann, (J. C. Eckert & T. W. Ortmann) 

mnfrs. cigars 85 Calhoun. 
Edgerton Alfred P., president Fort Wayne Gas Light Co. , 

res 154 w Berry. 
Edgerton Bela, res 154 w Berry. 
Edgerton Henry H., civil engineer, res 148 w Berry. 
Edgerton John, traveling agent Underhill & Congdon, res Colum- 
bia City, Ind. 
Edgerton Joseph K., Fort Wayne Steel Plow Works & 

attorney at law, office 59 w Main, res 87 w Wayne. 
Edler Frank, music teacher, res 261 w Jefferson. 
Edman Charles, laborer, bds 149 Barr. 
Edmonds Mrs. Mary, seamstress, res 30 West. 
Edmonds Wm. , street-buyer S. Bash & Co. , res 2 1 Cass. 
Edmonds Wm. M., blacksmith, res 161 Hanna. 
Edsall Clarence W., chief clerk County Clerk's Office, res n e 

cor Lewis & Lillie. 
Edsall Edward P., justice of the peace Hamilton Hall 

Building Calhoun, bds Hanna House. 
Edsall Jasper, brakeman, res 263 Hanna. 
Edsall Joseph W., deputy clerk Criminal Court, bds Aveline 

House. 
Edsall Wm. S., county clerk. Office Court House, bds 

Aveline. 
Edwards Charles, clerk, res 322 Calhoun. 
Edwards D., foreman P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Edwards George W. , shoemaker McNulty & Kayzer, res 154 

Hanna. 
Edwards Lethe, waitress Farmers' Eating House. 
Edwards Wm., mason, bds Hedekin House. 
Effort Caroline, domestic Schenck & p'alkcr, bds 91 Calhoun. 
Egeter George, cabinet maker J. M. Miller, res 58 w Wash 

ington. 
Eggeman Peter, shoemaker, res 20 w Jefferson. 
Eggeman Thomas, shoemaker, bds 20 w Jefferson. 

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Eggemann Conrad, laborer, bds 20 w Jefferson. 

Eggeman David, shoemaker M. App, res 81 w Washington. 

Eggemann Susan, domestic M. Noll. 

Eggemann Wm., shoemaker M. App, bds 104 \v Washington. 

Eggemann Peter, shoemaker P. Schulz, res 20 w Jefferson. 

Eherman Fred., barber Bowers & Michael, res 10 Pritchard. 

Ehinger Charles, laborer, res 113 Bart ett. 

Ehinger Charles, teamster, bds 39 e Water. 

Ehinger John, laborer, res 204 Madison. 

Ehinger Joseph, cabinet-maker J. Burkholder, res 113 Bartlett. 

Ehinger Lizzie, domestic 186 w Washington. 

Ehinger Otmar, carpenter, res 112 Clay. 

Ehinger Roman, tailor, res loNirdlinger ave. , 

Ehle Anst, laborer, res 27 West. 

Ehle August N., (A. N. Ehle & Co.) res 9 West. 

Ehle Edward (Ehle & Shelie) res 271 w Washington. 

Ehle Frederick, laborer, res 27 West. 

Ehle A. IS". «fc Co., (August N. Ehle & Herman A. Johns) 
cigar mnfrs. and dealers in tobacco 76 Broadway. 

Ehle & Shelie (Edward Ehle & August Shelie) builders 2 n Cal- 
houn. 

Ehrholser Conrad, laborer, res 37 Bass. 

Hhrman Charles, blacksmith T04 w Main, res 339 w Jef- 
ferson. 

Ehrmann Frederick, (Ehrmann & Jahn) res 36 Jones. 

Ehrmann George, laborer, bds t,6 Jones. » 

Ehrmann Henry, laborer Hoffman Bros., res 14 Wall. 

Ehrmann Mathias, carpenter, res 82 Wilt. 

Ehrmann Mathias, teamster, res 347 w Jefferson. 

Ehrmann & Jahn, (Frederick Ehrmann, Edward Jahn) horse 
collar manfrs 1 1 6 w Main. . 

Eichelbarger S. , laborer P. , F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Eichelsdoerfer Charles, printer Fort Wayne Anzeiger, bds 91 e 
Washington. 

Eiehelsdoerfer Wm., editor and proprietor Fort Wayne 
Anzeiger n e cor Main and Clinton, res same. See advt. 

Eickhoff Charles A., (Foote & Eickhoff) res 130 e Wayne. 

Eickhoff F., carpenter, res 1306 Wayne. 

Eiden John, carpenter, res 435 Lafayette. 

Eider August, core-maker Kerr Murray, bds cor John & Jones. 

Eilert Charles, laborer, bds 178 Barr. 

Eiles Anthony, laborer, bds 273 e Jefferson. 

Eisenaher Frederick, baker, bds 22 Pritchard. 

Eiser Sarah, domestic Wm. Fleming. 

Eising John, carpenter, res 73 Force. 

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Eiter Henry, moulder Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Eix Frederick, blacksmith, bds C. Mestin. 

Eix Mrs. Sophia, res 60 w Washington. 

Eix Wm., drayman, res 295 w Main. 

Elbert Henry, clerk S. A. Aurentz, res 302 w Jefferson. 

Eldred Danford P., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 164 e 

Lewis. 
Eldred John D., conductor, res 44 Chicago. 
Eldredge George W., music teacher, bds 28 Cass. 
Elert George N. , machinist, res 28 George. 
Ellaumiere Euseb, engineer, res 75 Dawson. 
Ellegaerd Christian, cabinet-maker Fort Wayne Organ Co., res 
. 30 Walnut. 

Ellenwood R., fireman P. F. W. & C. R. R. 
Ellert Benoit, (Schmidt & EUert) bds 61 e Columbia. 
EUert Louis, fireman T., W. & W. Ry. 
Elligsen Henry, tailor, res 19 Clark. 

Elliott Bird O., brakeman P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 92 Mont- 
gomery. 
Elliott Cecil, telegraph operator, bds 28 n Cass. 
Elliott Mrs. Margaret, boarding-house 92 Montgomery. 
Elliott Samuel, carpenter, res 332 w Jefferson. 
Ellis Samuel L., brakeman F. W., M. & C. R. R., bds 40 

Wells. 
Ellsworth S. Wolcott, (Ellsworth, Andrew & Co.) bds Mayer 

House. » 
Ellsworth, Aiidreiv «& Co., (S. Wolcott Ellsworth and 

Thomas M. Andrew) carpets, oil cloths, etc., 26 e Berry. 

See embossed line back cover. 
Elmer J., laborer P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Elright J., machinist P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Elsa Augusta, domestic James C. Woodworth. 
Eisner Joseph, fancy goods 156 Main, bds Gilbert House. 
Elwell Miss Sarah E., teacher Clay School, bds Sturgis House. 
Ely George W. , (Boltz & Ely) res 123 w Wayne. 
Elzey Maggie, domestic H. M. Land. 
Embery Lewis S., res 336 Broadway. 
Embrey Miss Lydia F., saleslady G. DeWald & Co., res 336 

Broadway. 
Einbry Jaiues S., groceries and dry goods, 134 Fairfield 

ave, res 132 Fairfield ave. 
Erne Claude F., (Rohs, Eme & Reinking) res 175 e Wayne. 
Emerick Andrew J., furniture 51 e Main, res 22 w Water. 
Emerick George R. , book-keeper A. J. Emerick, bds 22 w 

Water. 
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Emerick Henry, res 183 Madison. 

Emerson Almaron, fireman N. G. Olds & Sons, res 188 e Jef- 
ferson. 

Emerson George, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Emerson Heman, watchman, res 186 e Wayne. 

Emerson T. Mort, ticket agent F. W., M. & C. R. R., bdsStur- 
gis House. 

Emley Edward C., salesman Meyer Bros. & Co., res 187 e Jef- 
ferson. 

Emley Wilbur C, solicitor The Singer Manfg Co., bds 44 Wil- 
liams. 

Emmanuel Bro., teacher, bds 171 Calhoun. 

Emme Wm. , carpenter C. G. French, bds Mrs. Mayer. 

Emmet Elizabeth, domestic N. G. Olds. 

Emmons Thomas J., laborer, res 230 w Wayne. 

Empie Thomas B., res 164 Broadway. 

Empire Mills, John Orff, propr, west end Main. 

Elmpire Transportation Co,, H. C. Parker, agent, 
office 26 Court. 

Engelking Henry, porter B. Trentman & Son, res 1 1 McClellan. 

Engelking Sophie, domestic Misses Hamilton. 

Enger Nilse C., fly-finisher Fort Wayne Organ Co., res 30 Wal- 
nut. 

Engle Wm., carpenter, res 149 Henry. 

Engle Wm., fireman F. W., M. & C. R. R., res 200 Broadway. 

Engled Mary, domestic Marx Frank. 

Englender Miss Caroline, res 90 w Main. 

Englert Frank, cooper, res 18 Nirdlinger ave. 

Englert George, cooper, res 22 Nirdlinger ave. 

Englert George, laborer T. , W. & W. Ry, res 49 Taylor. 

Englert John G., machinist T., W. & W. Ry. 

Engleton Henry, laborer, bds 125 High. 

Engleton Mrs. Louise, res 125 High. 

English Maggie, domestic A. J. Emrick. 

English Thomas, laborer, res 42 Lasalle. 

Ennis Mary, domestic Mrs. Frances A. Brackenridge. 

Enright John, laborer, res 102 Webster. 

Ensworth Joseph, hostler, bds Hedekin House. 

Ephrem Brother, teacher, bds 171 Calhoun. 

Eplie John, carpenter, res 37 Wilt. 

Eppstein Meyer, res 54 w Berry. 

Erdel Valentine, blacksmith, res 302 Hanna. 

Erdel W., blacksmith P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Erdman Rev. William J., pastor Second Presbyterian Church, 
res 89 w Berry. 

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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 9 1 

Ereckson John, cabinet-maker, res 145 Henry. 

Ernsteng Charles, laborer, res 16 Clark. 

Ersig Wm., laborer, res 77 e Jefferson. 

Ertel Frederick, laborer, bds 33 Charles. 

Ertel L., laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Ervin John, eating-house 12 n Harrison, res same. 

Esmond George, grain-buyer, res 306 Calhoun. 

Esreler Henry, blacksmith, bds 152 Ewing. 

Essig Adam P., Summit City House, 39 e Water. 

Estlow Charles, machinist Kerr Murray, res 138 Francis. 

Etchy Frank, carpenter, res 41 Wessel. 

Etzold Clement, boots and shoes, no Webster, res same. 

Etzold Henry, shoemaker, res no Webster. 

Etzold Louis, clerk C. L. Hill, res no Webster. 

Etzold Wm. , machinist, res 46 Douglas ave. 

Eut Maggie, domestic Sanford Lumbard. 

Evans Amos S., (A. S. Evans & Co.) res 126 e Main. 

Evans Charles, fireman T. , W. & W. Ry, bds 4 Kansas. 

Evans Edwin, railroad contractor, res 174 w Wayne. 

Evans George P., salesman A. S. Evans & Co., bds 126 e Main. 

Evans John P., (A. S. Evans & Co.) bds 126 e Main. 

Evans Joseph A., machinist P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop, res 

131 Lafayette. 
Evans Josiah Jr. , cutter E. Bostick & Son, res 69 Garden. 
Evans Mrs. Minerva A., res 60 w Berry. 
Evans Nathan, res 79 w Main. 
Evaiiisi S. Carey, President Merchants' National Bank, res 

(old) 105 w Berry. 
Evans A. S. & Co., (Amos S. Evans, John P. Evans, R. T. 

McDonald, Marion A. Webb) wholesale dry goods, 28 and 30 

e Berry. 
Evens Joseph A., clerk Stapleford & Dawson, res e s Lafayette, 

n of Washington. 
Everd John, saloon 6 Force, res 13 Force. 
Everhard Wm., mason, res 115 Wilt. 
Evers George T., Frank & Thanhouser, res 60 e Main. 
Evers Mrs. Maggie, dress-maker 60 e Main, res same. 
Evry Miss Hannah, teacher High School, bds 106 e Washing- 
ton. 
Ewald Max, bartender, bds 310 Lafayette. 
Ewing Wm. A., executor of estate of George W. Ewing, office 

91 w Main, res Chicago, Illinois. 
Exchange Hotel, Avery Freeman, propr, 18 w Main. 



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Faber Frederick, laborer, res 197 Hanna. 

Fager Francis, engineer T., W. & W. Ry., res 124 Union. 

Faliling Fred, engineer J. & K. Baker, res 102 Water. 

Fahlsing Conrad, farmer, res 393 w Main. 

Fahlsing Fred, laborer Fort Wayne Stave Factory. 

Fahlsing Wm., drayman, res 133 Wallace. 

Fairbank Clark, (Taylor, Fairbank & Co.) res 77 Douglas ave. 

Fairbank Rev. John B. , pastor Plymouth Congregational Church, 

res n w cor Fairfield and Creighton aves. 
Fairchild Eliza, first cook Harmon House. 
Fairfield Cyrus K. , real estate dealer, res s w cor Creighton ave 

and Fox. 
Fairfield James M., (Fairfield & Robinson) res 75 Melita. 
Fairfield & Robinson, (James M. Fairfield, George W. 

Robinson) meat market, 35 Hoagland ave. See advt. 
Faker F. A., engineer T., W. & W. Ry. 

Falahee Thomas J., cash-boy Foster Bros. & Co., res 57 Prince. 
Falahee Patrick, laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 57 Prince. 
Falconer John, blacksmith Kerr Murray, res 71 William. 
Falconer Richard, machinist Kerr Murray, bds 7 1 William. 
Falk Charles, book-keeper L. Falk, 11 Harrison. 
Falk John, brakeman, bds 4 Kansas. 
Falk L<eopold, wholesale wines and liquors, 1 1 Harrison, 

res 55 Barr. 
Falker Frank, (Schenck & Falker) bds 23 w Wayne. 
Fallon James, boiler-maker T. , W. & W. Ry. 
Fallon Peter, boiler-maker, bds 290 Calhoun. 
Falls Daniel M., (J. C. Bowser & Co.) res 163 w Wayne. 
Falwkner Belle, waitress Gilbert House. 
Farley Lydia, domestic A. J. Dillingham. 
Farley Mrs. Sarah, seamstress, res 91 Ewing. 
Farnan Owen, blacksmith n e cor Virginia and Lafayette, res 

305 Lafayette. 
Farnan Owen, laborer car-shop, bds 23 Grand. 
Farrar Ward B., supt telegraph, res 134 Lafayette. 
Fasholdt Frank, moulder, bds 46 Butler. 
Fate George, barber J. J. Kinsey, bds Gilbert House. 
Fauth Henry, cigar-maker L. Dessauer & Co., res n s w Main, 

w of Calhoun. 
Fay Ezra, carpenter, res 63 Third. 
Fay James A., attorney at law 6 Burgess Block, res n s of 

Maple ave, w of Broadway. 
Fay John, brakeman F. W., M. & C. R. R., bds 40 Wells. 

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Fay L., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Fedeli Jerome, frescoe-painter, bds 104 e Wayne. 

Fee Thomas W. , (Griebel & Fee) res n e cor Clinton and Berry, 

Feet John, laborer, bds 28 w Main. 

Fegel Charles, laborer, res 54 Wells. 

Feiler Wm., carpenter, res 196 e Jefferson. 

Feist Kate, domestic Christian Haffner. 

Feist Joseph, baker Christian Haffner, bds 37 w Berry. 

Felger Henry, clerk Harries & Co., res 198 w Jefferson. 

Felger P., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Fellier Joliu, hatter James Harper & Co. , res s w cor Broad- 
way and Jefferson. 

Fellows Charles H., engineer T., W. & W. Ry, bds 42 Mc- 
Clellan. 

Felt John, barber, bds 189 Lafayette. 

Felts Charles, switchman, bds 259 e Washington. 

Felts Delmer, laborer Spoke Factory, bds 259 e Washington. 

Felts Miss Laura, tailoress, bds 259 e Washington. 

Felts Mrs. Louisa, res 259 e Washington. 

Fenton C. B., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Ferckel Martin, liquor-dealer 31 Clinton, res same. 

Ferguson Benjamin F. , laborer, res 196 w Washington. 

Ferguson John, attorney at law 22 Court, bds 106 Barr. 

Ferguson John E., brakeman F. W., M. & C. R. R., res s s 
Huffman, w of Wells. 

Feriter Richard, engineer, bds 121 Holman. 

Fernham Louis, machinist, bds 234 Lafayette. 

Ferry Caroline P., res 132 w Main. 

Ferry Charles F., engineer T., W. & W. Ry, bds 104 e Wayne. 

Ferry Franklin, engineer, bds 64 Chicago. 

Ferry Mrs. Ida, bds 104 e Wayne. 

Fessler Manuel, clerk S. S. Smick, bds Gilbert House. 

Fetchtmann Daniel D. , teacher, res 232 w Jefferson. 

Fetter Charles, carpenter, res s end Calhoun. 

Feulner Frank, laborer, res 33 Lasalle. 

Feustal August, letter-carrier, res 69 High. 

Ffleiterer Jacob, meat market n e cor Washington and Monroe, 
res same. 

Fhaling Wilhelmina, domestic Henry Colerick. 

Fick Otto, physician n w cor Main and Clinton, bds Gilbert 
House. 

Fickel George, yard-master P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 305 Har- 
rison. 

Fields James S. , shipping-clerk Huestis & Hamilton, res 30 Cal- 
houn. 

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Fieler F. , machinist Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Fieler Wm., carpenter Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Figel Charles G. , blacksmith, res 56 Wells. 

Figel Frederick, blacksmith 142 Wells, res 144 Wells. 

Figel Jacob, laborer, res 56 Wells. 

Figges R. F. , laborer, bds 87 Ewing. 

Fike Cyrus, mailing-clerk post ofifice, res 27 Hanna. 

Filabom Adam, teamster, bds 73 High. 

Filabom Mrs. Sarah, res 73 High. 

Filson Mrs. H. A., res 204 w Berry. 

Finegan Edward, brakeman, bds 322 Calhoun. 

Fink Charles, coffin-maker 120 Maiden Lane, res 55 w Main. 

Fink Frank, moulder, res 176 e Jefferson. 

Fink Fred, brakeman T., W. & W. Ry, res 7 Bass. 

Finkenbiner Jolui S., manager The Singer Manfg Co., 
office 60^ Calhoun, bds 82 w Berry. 

Finlay Wm., machinist T., W. & W. Ry. 

Finn Miss Ellen, tailoress, res 287 e Washington. 

Finn Miss Mary, tailoress, res 287 e Washington. 

Finn Thomas, laborer, res 287 e Washington. 

Finney Miss Gertrude, res 114 w Main. 

Finney Michael, laborer, res 18 Melita. 

Fire Association of Pliiladelpliia, Pa., Irwin & 
Lumbard, agents, 36 Calhoun. 

Fireman's Fund Ins. Co. of" California, S. T. Hanna, 
agent, 19 Court. 

First National Bank, s e cor Court and Main, J. D. Nutt- 
man. President; L. R. Hartman, Cashier. See advt. 

Fischer Anton, cabinet-maker Fort Wayne Organ Co., res e s 
Fairfield ave, near southern city limits. 

Fischer Anton jr., blacksmith, res e s Fairfield ave, near south- 
ern city limits. 

Fischer Fred, machinist Fort Wayne Organ Co. , res n s Walnut 
w of Fairfield ave. 

Fish Benjamin R., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 167 e 
Lewis. 

Fisher Amelia, domestic Henry Bond. 

Fisher Anthony, carpenter, res 269 e Washington. 

Fisher A., foreman P. F. W. & C. R. R. 

Fisher Benjamin F., traveling salesman B. Trentman & Son, bds 
Mayer House. 

Fisker 1>. C, insurance agent 32 e Berry, bds Aveline 
House. 

Fisher Frank L., book-keeper First National Bank, bds Robin- 
son House. 

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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 95 

Fisher Frederick, machinist, res 22 Walnut. 

Fisher George, carpenter, res 162 Griffith. 

Fisher George P., machinist, bds 63 Butler. 

Fisher George W. , white-washer, res 250 e Washington. 

Fisher Henry E. , deputy county-surveyor, office Court House, 

bds Robinson House. 
Fisher Jonathan H., engineer res 294 Hanna. 
Fisher Michael, carpenter, res 85 e Berry. 
Fisher Robertson J. , Treasurer Bass Foundry & Machine Works, 

res 177 w Wayne. 
Fisk Wm. W. , clerk J. M Miller, res 209 w Jefferson. 
Fissel Philip, finisher George Gould, res 144 e Washington. 
Fitch Mrs. Aurelia, res 38 Force. 
Fitch Charles, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Fitch OthoB., machine-hand N. G. Olds & Sons, bds 38 Force. 
Fitch Wm. A., machine-hand N. G. Olds & Sons, bds 38 Force. 
Fitler J., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Fitzgerald Edward, dispatcher P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds Stur- 

gis House. 
Fitzgerald John H., machinist Kerr Murray, res 251 Webster. 
Fitzgerald Lizzie, domestic Nathan Evans. 
Fitzgerald Patrick, machinist, res 231 Barr. 
Fitzgibbons John, traveling-agent Underbill & Congdon, res La 

Gro, Indiana. 
Fitzgibbons Mrs. Margaret, res 92 Baker. 

Fitzgibbons Michael E. , (Fitzgibbons & Knoder) bds 92 Baker. 
Fitzgibbons & Kiio«l<'r, (Michael E. Fitzgibbons, John 

Knoder) barbers, 276 Calhoun. 
Fitzpatrick Bartley, laborer, res 26 Bass. 
Fitzpatrick James, blacksmith, bds 23 Grand. 
Fitzpatrick John, foreman T., W. & W. Ry, res 46 Bass. 
Fitzpatrick Michael, laborer, res 20 Chicago. 
Fitzsimmons Patrick, laborer, res 39 Lasalle. 
Flagle John E. , engineer, bds 12 Alarion. 
Flaherty James, fireman T. W. & W. Ry, bds 59 Grand. 
Flaherty John, yard-man P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 179 w Jef- 
ferson. 
Flaherty Martin, laborer, res 59 Gay. 
Flaherty Patrick, laborer, res 59 Gay. 
Flaherty Patrick, yard-man P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 179 w 

Jefferson. 
Flanden Peter, servant C. W. Edsall. 

Flanders James, engineer T. W. & W. Ry, res 50 Chicago. 
Fleager G. , tinner P. , F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
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Fledderman John G., merchant tailor 27 e Main, res 

same. See advt. 
Fleightner Jacob, meat market n e cor Washington and Monroe, 

res same. 
Fleischer Clara, domestic Mayer Becker. 
Fleishmann Henrich, tanner, res n s Huffman, w of Wells. 
Fleming John C. , engineer, res 282 Webster. 
Fleming Luke M. , res s e cor Rockhill and Berry. 
Fleming Robert E., Treasurer Fort Wayne Gas Light Co., res 

158 w Berry. 
Fleming Mrs. Sarah, res s e cor Berry and Rockhill. 
Fleming Mrs. Sarah E. , boarding-house 106 Barr. 
Fleming Thomas, sawyer Hoffman Bros., res 336 w Main. 
Fleming Thomas H., sawyer Hoffman Bros., res 336 w Main. 
Fleming Wm., res s e cor Rockhill and Berry. 
Fletcher Charles C, (Miller & Fletcher) res 72 Cass. 
Fletcher Charles P., (Fletcher & Powers) res 18 e Wayne. 
Fletcher J. Franklin, foreman J. S. Barr, res 17 e Main. 
Fletclier Mrs. Margaret A., dressmaker and hair-dresser 

17 e Main, les same. 
Fletcher Stephen, hostler Ligget Bros., bds Exchange Hotel. 
Fletclier & Poii^ers, (Charles P. Fletcher, Emmet Powers) 

propr omnibus line, 18 e Wayne. 
Fletter H. A., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Fletter M., laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Fletter Samuel C, laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 30 Bass. 
Fletter W., laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 
Flickenger Edward, traveling agent N. G. Olds & Sons, res 161 

e Wayne. 
Flickiger Gottfried, tailor, bds 214 Calhoun. 
Fliegner Ferdinand, upholsterer, res 80 Harrison. 
Flinn Miss Amanda, dressmaker, bds 55 e Berry. 
Flinn Charles M., blacksmith, bds 55 e Berry. 
Fhnn George, bill-poster, res 55 e Berry. 
Flinn Wm. , laborer, bds 98 Columbia. 
Flock Laura, laundress Aveline House. 
Flood Michael, laborer, res 5 West. 
Flough Kate, domestic Mayer House. 
Flynn George N., janitor First National Bank. 
Flynn James, machinist, res 235 Barr. 
Foarding Isaac, conductor T. , W. & W. Ry. 
Foellinger Frederick, clerk J. Foellinger, bds same. 
Foelliiiger Jacob, boots and shoes 36 Calhoun, res e s Fair- 
field ave, s of Creighton ave. 
Foellinger Louis, clerk J. Foellinger, bds same. 

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Foellinger Joliii jWI., grocer n w cor Main and Calhoun, 

res 235 w Main. 
Foellinger Martin, clerk J. Foellinger, res 128 Harrison. 
Fogerty Mrs. Catharine, res 3 Pearl. 
Fogerty Edward, blacksmithing 14 Harrison, res same. 

See advt. 
Foley Ellen, domestic S. H. Bloomhuff. 
Foley Jerry, laborer, res 81 Holman. 
Foley John W. , carpenter, res 235 e Jefferson. 
Foley Josephine, domestic David Aker. 
Foley Thomas, painter, bds 235 e Jefferson. 
Follmerdink Minnie, domestic A. Oppenheimer. 
Fontaine Edward, fireman T. , W. & W. Ry. 
Fontaine George, fireman, bds 402 Calhoun. 
Foote Wm. A., (Foote & Eickhoff) res 87 Barr. 
Foote & Eickhoff, (Wm. A. Foote, Charles A. Eickhoff) cigar 

mnfrs, 120 Calhoun. 
Forbing John, res 385 Hanna. 
Ford A. D., fireman P. F. W. & C. R. R. 
Ford Charles, cigars and tobacco 33 Calhoun, bds Sturgis 

House. 
Ford George, blacksmith T. , W. & W. Ry. 
Ford James, tailor, bds 98 Columbia. 
Ford John, peddler, bds 25 Baker. 
Ford J., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Ford W. , mechanic Peters' Box Factory. 
Ford Wm. O., clerk C. Orff & Co., bds 245 e Lewis. 
Fordham Edward, core-maker, res e s Calhoun, s of Collins. 
Fording Peter, brakeman, res 40 Williams. 
Fordney George M., moulder, res 192 Lafayette. 
Forrest Frank, carpenter, res 373 e Washington. 
Fortreide L<ouis, boots and shoes, 32 w Main, res same. 

See advt. 
Fort Wayne Agricultural Works, John S. Larwill, manager, n w 

cor Sixth and n Calhoun. 
Fort WayiM» Aiixeiger, (semi-weekly) Wm. Eichelsdoerfer 

publisher, n e cor Main and Clinton. See advt. 
Fort IVayne Carbouizeil Ceiiioiit Pipe Works, n 

w cor Wallace and Clinton, Wm. B. Stephens, supt. 
Fort Wayne Coffee and Spiee Worlts, Hamilton & 

Co., ])roprs, 30 Clinton. 
Fort Wayne Coflege, west end w Wayne, Rev. Rueben D. 

Robinson, President. 

Fort Wayne Dental Soeiety, Isaac Knapp, President; 

S. B. Brown, Secretary. 
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Fort Wayne Commercial College, 30 e Main, Thos. 

Powers, Principal; A. K. Godshall, Penman. See advt on 

page 16. 
Fort Waywe Conservatory of Iflusie, n s Main, e of 

Calhoun, Almon K. Virgil, Principal; Charles F. W. Meyer, 

Secretary. See front cover. 
Fort Wayne Oas I^iglit Co,, s e cor Water and Barr, 

Hon. A. P. Edgerton, President; A. C. Probasco, Secretary; 

R. E. Fleming, Treasm-er and Superintendent. 
Fort Wayne tJazette, (daily and weekly) 25 w Main, pub- 
lished by the Gazette Printing Co. 
Fort Wayne, Jackson & Naginaw Railroad, gen- 
eral office, Jackson, Mich., local office, freight and passenger 

depots cor First and Railroad, W. A. Ernst, supt; H. Bromley, 

agent. 
Fort Wayne Journal, (weekly) Taylor, Fairbank & Co. , 

proprs, Post Office Building, e s Court, s of Main. See adv. 
Fort Wayne, mnncie & Cincinnati Railroad,offices 

First, bet Cass and Railroad, freight and passenger depots cor 

First and Railroad, W. W. Worthington, supt; H. Bromley, 

agent. 
Fort Wayne National Bank, s w cor Main and Clinton, 

S. B. Bond, President; P. Hoagland, Vice-President; J. D. 

Bond, Cashier. See advt. 
Fort Wayne Organ Co., e s Fairfield ave, near city limits, 

S. B. Bond, President; J.D.Bond, Treasurer; G. E. Bursley, 

Secretary. See advt. 
Fort Wayne Paper Mills, office 57 Columbia. 
Fort Wayne Sentinel, (daily and weekly) s w cor Wayne 

and Calhoun, published by the Sentinel Co. See advt. 
Fort Wayne Spice Hill, Trentman, Monning & Sons, 

proprs, 59 e Main. See advt. 
Fort Wayne Stave Co., Ranke, Yergens & Co. , proprs, 

w s Ewing, s of Water. 
Fort W^ayne Stave and Heading Factory, s w cor 

Lafayette and T., W. & W. Ry, F. S. Shurick, propr; J. S. 

Shurick, supt. See advt. 
Fort Wayne Steel Ploiv Works, s w cor Main and 

Maiden Lane. See advt. 
Fosdyck Edward, mail-agent F. W., M. & C. R. R., bds 86 

Montgomery. 
Foster Andre^v, merchant tailor 62 Calhoun, bds Gilbert 

House. See advt. 
Foster Carolinus, printer Taylor, Fairbank & Co. , res 117 Hol- 

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Foster Edward F., notions 141 Calhoun, res same. 

Foster John G., (Foster Bros. & Co.) res New York City. 

Foster J. W., painter, bds Gilbert House. 

Foster Scott, (Foster Bros. & Co.) res New Yor^v City. 

Foster Wm. T , U. S. postal-clerk, res 78 Brackenridge. 

Foster Bros. & Co., (John Gray Foster, Scott Foster, 
Robert W. Murphy) proprs New York City Store 16 (old) 94 
e Columbia. See front cover. 

Fowle Thomas W., shoemaker, bds Robinson Mouse. 

Fowler Frank R., clerk, bds 344 w Jefierson. 

Fowler George S., (Moderwell & Fowler) res 25 Brackenridge. 
"Fowler Miss S., teacher, bds 103 w Berry. 

Fowles John, (N. B. Young & Co.) res 103 e Washington. 

Fox August, gardener, res s s Taylor, e of T., W. & W. Ry. 

Fox Bernhardt, carpenter, res 21 Walnut. 

Fox Francis, foreman, res 156 Wallace. 

Fox F., blacksmith Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Fox George, confectioner 25 e Main, res same. 

Fox House, W. W. Fox, propr, 258 Calhoun. 

Fox James, coal-dealer, res 58 McClellan. 

Fox John R., brass-finisher, res 25 Summit. 

Fox Joseph, confectioner George Fox, res s s Taylor, near city 
limits. 

Fox J., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Fox Lewis A., confectioner George Fox, bds 25 e Main. 

Fox Mrs. Phebe, res 9 e Wayne. 

Fox Mrs. Sarah, res n s Langohr, w of Marion. 

Fox Sophrina, domestic John M. Coombs. 

Fox Wm. W. , propr Fox House, res same. 

Fox , brakeman, bds 59 Grand. 

Foy Lemuel, fireman, res 329 Hanna. 

Fraig Henry, brewer Linker, Hey & Co., res s w cor e Wash- 
ington and Wabash ave. 

Fraigh P., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Fraigh W. , helper P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Fralick Cha^-les, laborer, res 66 Nelson. 

Frame Casper, plasterer, res 30 Lasalle. 

France Harry F. , law-student S. E. Sinclair, res 10 McClellan. 
•France Henry, machinist, res n w cor Hanna and St. Francis. 

France Joseph F., contractor, bds 26 Clinton. 

France Joseph S., attorney at law 62 Calhoun, res 10 McClellan. 

France Sophie, chambermaid Mayer House. 

France Wm. H. , carpenter, res 27 Smith. 

Francis Adam M., blacksmith, res e s Florence, s of Beck. 

Francis Thomas P., machinist, res 32 Brandriff. 



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Francisco John, fireman T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Frane Joseph, jointer Fort Wayne Stave & Heading Works, res 
374 Lafayette. 

Frane Mrs. Margaret, res 371 Lafayette. 

Franey James, conductor, bds 322 Calhoun. 

Frank Mrs. Ellen, res 142 e Wayne. 

Frank Henry, coachman N. G. Olds. 

Frank John E., photographer, bds 142 e Wayne. 

Frank Josephine, domestic Misses Hamilton. 

Frank Miss Louis, bds 46 w Water. 

Frank Mrs. Margaret, res 113 w Main. 

Frank Marx (Frank & Thanhouser) res 46 \v Wayne. 

Frank M., peddler, res 116 Madison. 

Frank & TliauliOiiSier, (Marx Frank, Samuel Than- 
houser) propr Great Western Dry Goods House 7 Keystone 
Block. 

Franke Augustus, shoemaker M. App, res 178 Barr. 

Franke Charles H., shoemaker J. Foellinger, res 249 w Wash- 
ington. 

Franke John, machinist Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Franklin B. B., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Franklin Charles, fireman, bds 14 Chicago. 

Franklin Reuel B., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 196 
Fairfield ave. 

Franklin Fire Ins. Co., of Pliiladelpliia, Pa., 
Irwin & Lumbard, Agents, 36 Calhoun. 

Franklin Fire Ins. Co., of Wheeling W. Va., 
Irwin & Lumbard, Agents, 36 Calhoun 

Franks Eliza, domestic Mrs. L. A. Bond. 

Franks Marion, heading sawyer Ft. Wayne Stave & Heading 
Factory. 

Franks Jasper, painter, res 105 Wells. 

Franks Joseph, clerk Long & Wilcox, res 142 e Wayne. 

Frary Henry A., clerk N. G. Olds & Son, res 38 Force. 

Frawley Michael, blacksmith, bds 20 Chicago. 

Frazier Wm., laborer, res n s e Washington e of Hanover. 

Fredelicksen John P. , milk peddler, res 49 Langohr. 

Frederick Jacob, machinist, res 415 Lafayette. 

Frederickson Christopher, farmer, res 109 Wells. 

Frederickson George, laborer, res n s Huffman w of Wells. 

Freeman Avery, propr Exchange Hotel, 18 w Main. 

Freeman A., grocer, bds Gilbert House. 

Freeman Henry R., collecting clerk First National Bank, res 
Rudisill's Mills. 

Freeman Joseph, clerk Block & Bro. , res w s Calhoun. 

Continental Ins. Co., assets $2,500,000, Irwin & Lumbard. 



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Freeman J. , merchant, bds Gilbert House. 

Freeman Mahlon D., lumber merchant, res i86 w Main. 

Freeman N. B., (Freeman & Barnett) res w s Spy Run ave near 
city limits. 

Freeman Safford B. , bed bottom mnfr, bds 152 e Washington. 

Freeman !!!iauiuel A., hats, caps and furs, 4 e Columbia, 
bds Gilbert House. 

Freeman Samuel C., res 139 w Main. 

Freeman Sophia, res 98 Ewing. 

Freeman & Barnett, (N. B. Freeman and A. G. Barnett) Fort 
Wayne Paper Mills 57 Columbia. 

Freiburger George, tinsmith G. W. Graffe & Co. 

Freiburger I. , saloon 24 e Berry, res same. 

Freiburger John, painter, res 19 Pritchard. 

Freiburger Leopold, (S. Freiburger & Bro.) res 155 w Wayne. 

Freiburger Simon, (S. Freiburger & Bro.) res 95 w Berry. 

Freiburger S. «& Bro., (Simon and Leopold) leather and 
findings 246 Main. 

Freid August, laborer, res 19 Walnut. 

Freistroffer Henry, blacksmith, bds J. A. Spereisen. 

French Brooks, organ-maker Organ Factory, bds Hanna 
House. 

Freiieli Cliarles O., contractor and builder 87 e Wayne, res 
90 e Wayne. 

French George, machinist Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

French G. C, blacksmith Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

French Mrs. Lavina, bds 197 e Lewis. 

French Rufus M., (French, Hanna & Co.) res 148 e Wash- 
ington. 

French R. Morgan, (French, Hanna & Co.) res 148 e Wash- 
ington. 

French Samuel C. , blacksmith, res 128 e Lewis. 

French Mrs. Sarah M., bds 78 Brackenridge. 

French Wm., porter Joseph Black & Co. 

French, Hanna & Co. (R. Morgan French, Charles Hanna, 
Oliver W. Jefferds, woolen mill 96 e Water. 

Frenkeng Barney, laborer, res 134 Madison. 

Fricka Henry, res 175 Lafayette. 

Fricke Antoine, mason, res n e cor Chicago and Fairfield ave. 

Fricker Wm., carpenter, res 29 Lavina. 

Friday August, laborer, res 19 Walnut. 

Friday August jr. , heading jointer, bds August Friday. 

Friday Henry, cartman, res i Brandriff cor Webster. 

Friedrick Leonhard, (Hubach & Friedrich) res 181 e Wayne. 

Frietzsche John W., physician 152 Griffith, res same. 



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Frietzsche George W., harness-maker A. S. Johns & Son, bds 
152 Griffith. 

Frohmuth John, shoemaker, res 93 Buchanan. 

Frohmuth Louis, servant Mrs. Judge Hanna. 

Frohmuth Max, jointer Fort Wayne Organ Co. , bds 93 Buch- 
anan. 

Fronefiield Ruben, carpenter, res 28 w Water. 

Frost Benjamin, res 68 Chicago. 

Frost Charles, conductor T., W. & W. Ry. 

Frost George, brakeman, res 72 Chicago. 

Frost James, fireman T., W. & W. Ry. 

Fry Frank, carpenter, res s s w Main near city limits. 

Fry George A., (Jacob Fry & Sons) res 296 w Main. 

Fry Henry conductor T., W. & W. Ry., res 76 Dawson. 

Fry Joseph B., (Jacob Fry & Sons) res 305 w Main, 

Fry Jacob & ^ons., (Jacob, Joseph B., Henry W. and 
George A. Fry) tanners and curriers n e cor w Main and 
Cherry. 

Futter Martin, painter, res 135 n Cass. 

Furste Frank, res 22 w Wayne. 

Furthmiller John J., res 57 Douglass. 

Fuches Frank J., laborer, res 13 Force. 

Fuchs George, grocer, 167 e Jefferson, res same. 

Fuhrer Mrs. Minnie L., teacher, res cor Main and Barr. 

Furbach George, laborer, res 393 e Wayne. 

Furke August, carpenter, bds 86 Barr. 

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Gable Miss Adaline, res 63 Harrison. 
Gable Christian, res 40 Madison. 

Gable Frank A., clerk James B. White, res 87 e Washington. 
Gabie Miss Hannah, dress-maker 65 Harrison, res same. 
Gable Henry, drug clerk M. S. Marshall, res 40 Madison. 
Gable Miss Mary, dress-maker Miss Hannah Gable, res 65 Har- 
rison. 
Gable Peter, mechanic, res 157 High. 
Gabel Phillip, blacksmith, res 71 Lillie. 
Gablenz C, engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. , 
Gablins Charles, engineer, res 202 Francis. 
Gaffney Edward, laborer T., W. & W. Ry. , res 33 Bass. 
Gaffney William, saloon, 270^ Calhoun, res same. 
Gage Eliza, chamber maid Harmon House. 
Gage George, brakeman, bds 59 Grand. 
Gage Henry, conductor T., W. & W. Ry., bds 18 Colerick. 

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Gage James, (James Gage & Bro.) bds 35 Grand. 

Gage Robert, (James Gage & Bro.) res 319 w Main. 

Gage Robert H., moulder, res 319 w Main. 

Oage James & Bro., (James and Robert) bioom mnfrs 
n e cor Wayne and Market space. See adv. 

Gaick George, clerk, res 190 e Lewis. 

Gailer George, machinist, res 2 Hood. 

Gaines Wm. T. , porter Central Hotel. 

•Gair Joseph, blacksmith, res iiS Union. 

Gair Wm. , blacksmith, bds fiS Union. 

Gales G. , laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Gales H., laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Gallagher A., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. shop. 

Gallagher John, laborer, res 78 Force. 

Gallagher Patrick, brakeman, bds 322 Calhoun. 

Galley Harmon, laborer John H. Bass. 

Gallmeyer Christian, moulder, bds 165 Ewing. 

Gallmeyer Frederick, teamster, bds 139 Griffith. 

Gallmeyer Mary, domestic B. D. Skinner. 

Gallmeyer Sophie, domestic A. A. Purman. 

Gallmeyer Wm., carpenter, res 136 Francis. 

Gannett M. T. , carpenter P. , F. W. & C. R. R. shops. 

Gans Julia, domestic S. Rothschild. 

Ganth Henry, auger-maker, res 26 w Main, 

Gantt Lafayette F., clerk Foster Bros. & Co., res 107 w Wash- 
ington. 

Garan Josephine, domestic Ulrich Stotz. 

Garan Mary, domestic Ulrich Stotz. 

Gard Brookfield, physician, drug store 128 Calhoun, res 215 w 
Wayne. 

Gardner Anthony, boarding 274 Hanna, res same. 

Gardner Mrs Charity D. , proprietress Phillips House. 

Gardner Melvin, bds 202 e Lewis. 

Gardner Miles W., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 18 Fair- 
field ave. 

Gardner Mottie, porter Phillips House. 

dare Joseph, blacksmith T., W. & W. Ry. 

Garey Wm. , res 35 Monroe. 

Garman Adam W. , sawyer Fort Wayne Pail Factory, res e s 
Barr n of Hollman. 

Garman Mrs. Catherine, res 30 Madison. 

Garr Frank, engineer, bds 402 Calhoun. 

Garrett C, fireman P. F. W. & C. R R. 

Garrick J. R., machinist P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Garrison Albert, blacksmith, res 18 Colerick. 



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Garrison Charles A., fireman T. , W. & W. Ry., res 117 Wil- 
liams. 

Garrison John, fireman, res 76 Butler. 

Garrison Mortimer W., engineer, bds 402 Calhoun. 

Garrity James, broom-maker, res s w cor Lillie and Maumee 
road. 

Gartley Samuel, plasterer, res 224 e Jefferson. 

Garwood E. , engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Garwood Joseph, (John F. Brehm & Co.) res 248 Calhoun. 

Gary Lizzie, domestic Hanna House. 

Gaslar Albert, butcher, bds 86 e Wayne. 

Gaslar Mrs. Victoria, res 86 e Wayne. 

Gaspers N., fireman R, F. W. & C. R. R. 

Gass Augustus, blacksmith, bds 100 Montgomery. 

Gass John C. , laborer Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Gass Joseph, helper, res 92 Lillie. 

Gasser Nicholas, laborer T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Gast A. , helper P. , F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Gaszner John P., clerk Siemon & Bro. , res 77 Barthold. 

Gates Abram, conductor F. W., M. & C. R. R., res 2 Mc- 
Clellan. 

Gates Mrs. Emma J., boarding-house 202 w Jefferson. 

Gates E. S. , express-messenger, bds Robinson House. 

Gates Nelson, collar-maker, bds Summit City House. 

Gates Wm. H., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 2 Mc- 
Clellan. 

Gath Henry, painter, res 29 Pine. 

Gathy C, helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Gavin James A. , clerk Fort Wayne Gas Light Co. , res 311 e 
Wayne. 

Gavin Robert, res 194 Madison. 

Gavin Robert, miller City Mills, res 8 Harmer. 

Gaylord Henry, machine-hand, res 194 Hanna. 

Oazette Priuting^ Co., 25 w Main, R. S. Robertson, 
President; Wm. D. Page, Sec'y and Supt.; C. G. Smith, 
Treasurer; J. J. Grafton, General Manager. See advt. 

Gearhart Wm. S., engineer, res s e cor Beck and Fourth. 

Geary Ambrose, Stophlet Bros., res 35 Monroe. 

Geary Wm. , latx)rer, res 88 Fairfield ave. 

Gebhardt George, harness-maker Hilt & Co., res 143 Francis. 

Gebhardt Wm., bricklayer, res 205 Madison. 

Geddes Wm. E., watchmaker Geo. J. E. Mayer & Co., bds 
Robinson House. 

Geels Gerardus, laborer, res 82 Maumee. 

Geerken Henry, boiler-maker, bds 61 Madison. 

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Gehring Louis, car-driver, bds ii8 Gay. 

Geiger Henry, clerk C. Orff & Co., res 237 s Barr. 

Geiger Joseph C., teacher, res 125 e Jefferson. 

Geisenhoffer J., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Geiser G., helper P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Geismar Adolph, clerk James Harper & Co. , bds Mayer House. 

Geiss Frank, laborer, res 197 Ewing. 

Geiss Jacob, grocer, 355 Lafayette, res same. 

Geissman Mrs. Elizabeth, res 40 Locust. 

Gelfort Herman, clerk P. F. W. & C. R. R. Freight Office. 

Geller G., helper P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Geller Wm. M., finisher J. M. Miller, res w Washington. 

Gellnei H., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

George Aaron, contractor P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 219 

Lafayette. 
Georgen Stephen, cigar-maker, res 14 w Jefferson. 
Georgen Stephen W., cigar-maker, L. Dessauer & Co., res 141 

Lafayette. 
Gerard Mrs. Ann, res 184 Griffith. 
Gerard Anthony, laborer, res 126 e Lewis. 
Oerardin Hippolite,, proprietor Atlantic Garden 28 e 

Columbia, res same. 
Gerardin Theresa, grocery, res 314 Lafayette. 
Gerke Frederick, machinist, bds 84 Madison. 
Gerre George, res 84 Madison. 

Gerke Henry F., grocer 207 Lafayette, res 209 Lafayette. 
Gerlock Jacob, sawyer, res near Hoffman Bros, mills. 
Oermaii Fire Ins. Co., of Erie Pa., J. T. Losee 

agent, room 25^/^ post-office building. 
Oerniania Fire Ins. Co., of New York, D. C. Fisher 

agent 32 e Berry. 
Gerry Wm., apprentice Edward Fogerty, bds 103 w Wash- 
ington. 
Gers Peter, laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R., res e s Fairfield ave. 

s of Williams. 
Gers Philip, grocery and saloon 117 Fairfield ave., res same. 
Gerstmann Lewis, bookkeeper Boltz & Ely, bds Robinson House. 
Gessler Albert, butcher F. Eckert & Co. , bds Berry. 
Getty Christopher, laborer, res 75 Buchanan. 
Getty George, trunk-maker, res 75 Buchanan. 
Getz Casper, shoemaker, res 173 Griffith. 
Geye Henry, boots and shoes, 424 e Wayne, res same. 
Geyser Mrs. Amelia, res 127 Madison. 
Geyser Christian, res 127 Madison. 
Gibbon James, cooper F. Mettey, bds Joseph Langard. 

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Gibert Alfred, teamster David Lewis, bds same. 

Gibert Mary, waitress Gilbert House. 

Giles R. D., fireman Ft. W., J. & S. R. R., bds 40 Wells. 

Gibson Daniel, book-keeper Clark & Rhinesmith Lumber Co., 
res 228 Francis. 

Gibson Frank, carpenter, res 38 Oak. * 

Gibson Frank, traveling salesman Huestis & Hamilton, res rear 
II Grand. 

Gibson James H., laborer, res 341 w Washington. 

Gibson John, laborer, res 78 Force. 

Gick George, clerk Henry F. Gerke, res s e cor Monroe and e 
Lewis. 

Gidley Mrs. Rebecca, res 24 Pine. 

Gieseler Christian, cigar-maker, bds 148 Calhoun. 

Giesen Emanuel, brewer Linker, Hey & Co., bds s w cor e 
Washington and Wabash ave. 

Crilbert Alexander, propr Gilbert House, 15 and 17 w 
Columbia. See advt. 

Ccilbert Mouse, Alexander Gilbert propr 15 and 17 w 
Columbia. See advt. 

Gilbert James B., blacksmith, res 173 Henry. 

Gilbert John, salesman Meyer Bros. & Co., res 246 w Wash- 
ington. 

Gilbert Wm. H., harness-maker L. Traub, bds 173 w Henry. 

Gibby John, laborer, res 16 Williams. 

Gilchrist Christopher, res 26^ e Columbia. 

Oilehrist Mrs. M. H., hair-dresser 26^^ e Columbia, res 
same. 

Gilford Herman, clerk, bds St. Nicholas resturant. 

Gill , carpenter, res n s Dewald bet Webster and Hoag- 

land ave. 

Gilland J. Frank, telegraph operator, bds 1 7 Holnian. 

Gillespie James G., baggage-master Ft. W. J. & S. R. R., res 
s w cor Fifth and Harrison. 

Gillett Dwight D., lumber merchant, res 114 w Wayne. 

Gilliland James, (Gilliland & Medsker) res 97 Montgomery. 

Oillilaud <& lledslter, (James Gilliland and Isaac N. Med- 
sker) groceries and provisions, s e cor Lewis and Lafayette. 

Gillingham Milton, fireman T., W. & W. Ry, bds 114 Fairfield 
ave. 

Gillmartin Edward, telegraph repairer, res 31 Williams. 

Ginerthener Charles H., tinsmith, res 268 e Wayne. 

Gispy Wm, patent right dealer, bds Farmers' Exchange. 

Glasser Edward, baker and confectioner 195 Hanna, res same. 

Glass Mrs. Nancy, res 141 w Water. 

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Glenn John S., engineer, bds 77 Dawson. 

Glessner Miss Catherine M., bds 303 w Washington. 

Glessner Mrs. 'Hester, bds 303 w Washington. 

Glinn Edith, pastry cook Aveline House. 

Glisenkamp Wm., res 397 w Main. 

Gloyd Lewis L. , laborer, bds James Gilliand. 

Glutting Jacob, saloon 76 e Columbia, res 15 w Washington. 

Glutting John, harness-maker L.Traub, res 15 w Washington. 

Glynn Mrs. J., res 98 Ewing. 

Olynii Iflattrbias, livery and feed stable 53 e Main, res 
same. 

Goble Samuel J. D., clerk C. M. Wells & Co., bds 2 Madison. 

Gocke Anthony, salesman B. Trentman & Son, res 47 w 
Main. 

Gocke Augustus, blacksmith George Brossard, bds 140 w 
Wayne. 

Gocke Frank A., pttrter Huestis & Hamilton, res 47 w Wayne. 

Gocke Frank jr., clerk J. &. P. Pierr, res 47 w Wayne. 

Goddard Mrs. Catherine E., res n e cor John and Jones. 

Godfrey Albert, brakeman P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 109 Hol- 
man. 

Godfrey Mrs. Mary A., bds 61 Melita. 

Godfrey James P., fireman T., W. & W. Ry, res 160 Henry. 

Godfrey Jeffrey, brakeman, bds 61 Melita. 

Godfrey Charles W., telegraph student R. W. Brewer, res 70 w 

Main. 
Oodown John M., City Clerk, office City Hall, res 77 

Douglass ave. 
Crodshall Aaron K., penman Fort Wayne Commercial 

College, bds Central Hotel. 
Goebel Mrs. Cristine, res 219 Lafayette. 
Geoglein John, carpenter, res 246 Broadway. 
Ooeriz Oustavus A., physician 30 e Columbia, res 365 

Lafayette cor Lasselle. 
Goeriz Louis, student, bds 365 Lafayette. 
Goetz Elizabeth, domestic Concordia College. 
Goetja John, saloon 181 Calhoun, res same. 
Goff Arthur A., cigar-maker Eckert & Ortmann, res 126 e Main. 
Gogan C. M,, engineer, P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Golden Bridget, domestic Henry McKinnie. 
Golden Edward J., clerk Harper & Co., bds 34 Smith. 
Golden H. A., draughtsman, bds Farmers' Exchange. 
Golden Mrs. Margaret, res 38 Melita. 
Golden Patrick, laborer, res 34 Smith. 
Goldstone John, laborer T., W. & W. Ry, res 176 Fairfield ave. 



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Goldsworth George, laborer, res 199 Broadway. 

Good Mrs. Caroline, res 6 McClellan. 

Good John E., brass-moulder, res 274 Webster. 

Goodenough George, engineer, res 46 Chicago. 

Gooderman Benjamin, baker, res 57 n Cass. * 

Goodman Benedict, fireman P. , F. W. & C. R. R. , res 11 w 
Columbia. 

Goodman Charles, with F. K. Goodman, res 11 w Columbia. 

Goodman Francis X. jr. , painter, res 1 1 w Columbia. 

Goodman Francis X. Sr. , saloon 1 1 w Colummbia, res same. 

Goodman Mrs. F. X., milliner, 11 w Columbia, res same. 

Goodman R. tinner P. Ft. W., & C. R. R. Shop. 

Goodwill Jeremiah, domestic Mrs. Judge Hanna. 

Ooodwin Horatio W., dry goods, notions, &c., 120 Broad- 
way, bds 166 w Berry. See advt. 

Gordon George P., baggageman, res n s Leith e of Calhoun. 

Gordon Hugh K., laborer, bds 21 Brackenridge. 

Gordon Margaret, domestic Nelson Wheeler. 

Gordon Samuel, laborer, res 6^ e Water. 

Gordon Thomas S., book-keeper, bds 234 w Wayne. 

Gorgas Nat. J., clerk Brandriff, Prescott & Co., bds Robinson 
House. 

Gorham Chas. D., Supt. P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds Hamihon 
House. 

Gorham Charles E., Asst. General Manager P., F. W. & C, 
G., R. & I. & C. R. and Ft. W. Rs., bds Hamilton House. 

Gorham Jeremiah, laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 123 Wil- 
liams. 

Gorham Thomas J., brakeman, res 91 Force. 

Gorham Thomas, brakeman, bds 322 Calhoun. 

Gorrell Adam C, brakeman T., W. & W. Ry, res 67 Wilts. 

Gorsline Homer A., clerk V. Jacobson, res 198 Lafayette. 

Gorsline Sylvester L., laborer, res 198 Lafayette. 

Oosborn Jacob S., contractor, res 14 Force. 

Goshorn Wm. H., County Surveyor, office Court House, bds 
Central Hotel. 

Gossett John W., traveling agent, res 25 w Lewis. 

Gotshall Miss Emma C. , bds James E. Graham. 

Gotshall George M., salesman Beaver, Miller & Co., res 93 e 
Jefferson. 

Gotshall Martin V. B. , (Graham & Gotshall) notary public, res 
w s Hoagland ave. , s of street railroad. 

Oonld Oeorge., mnfr and dealer in furniture 70 and 72 
Columbia, res same. 

Gould Wm. C, chair-maker, res 444 Broadway. 



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Gould Theodore, fireman P. F. W. & C. R R., bds 98 Mont- 
gomery. 

Gourdean Joseph N., clerk Keil Bros., bds 145 Water. 

Goust John, mechanic, res 57 High. 

Gouty James M., laborer Hoffman Bros., res near mill. 

Gouty Thomas A., foreman Clark & Rhinesmith Lumber Co., 
res 244 w Washington. 

Gowen Henry, carpenter, res 347 w Main. 

Grace Michael, engineer T., W. & W. Ry, bds 126 Williams. 

Graennemann Charles, laborer res 47 Melita. 

Graf John M., engineer Vigilant No. 2, bds St. Nicholas Res- 
taurant. 

Graff J., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Graff Marx, res 113 w Wayne. 

Graffe Charles T., tinsmith, res 24 w Jefferson. 

Graffe Frederick, (G. W. Graffe & Co.) res 134 Calhoun. 

Graffe Frederick jr., jeweler, bds 134 Calhoun. 

Graffe George W. , (G. W. Graffe & Co.) res 26 w Jefferson. 

Graffe Henry C, (Mayer & Graffe and Henry C. Graffe & Co.) 
res n e cor Fulton and Jefferson. 

Graffe Washington, tinsmith, res 26 w Jefferson. 

Graffe G. W. & Co., (George W. and Frederick Graffe) copper 
and sheet iron ware, 132 Calhoun. 

Orafie Henry C & Co., (Henry C. Graffe, Andrew 
Mayer) watches, clocks and jewelry, s e cor Calhoun and 
Columbia. See front cover. 

Graffmiller Christian, road-master City Street Railway, res 262 
Calhoun. 

Grafft Conrad, laborer, res 179 Jackson. 

Grafft Elizabeth, domestic R. B. Lawrence. 

Graffton John J., general manager Gazette Printing Co., bds 
Aveline House. 

Grage Frederick, machinist P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop, res 
185 w Jefferson. 

Grage Sophie, domestic Edward O'Rourke. 

Grage Wm., propr water wagon, res 15 Sturgis. 

Graham Charles, drayman, res 90 Hanna. 

Graham George W., watchman, res 53 Maumee. 

Graham James, engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R., res e Wayne. 

Graham James, plasterer, res 254 w Wayne. 

Graham James E. , (Graham & Gotshall) justice of the peace, 
res w s Hoagland ave, s of street railroad. 

Oraliaiu & Ootsliall, (James E. Graham, Martin V. B. 
Gotshall) attorneys at law, real estate and insurance agents 7 
. e Main. 

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Graham Wm., painter, res 13 Hamilton. 

Grahl Clemens, school-teacher, res 196 Barr. 

Orand Rapids & ludiaiia Railroad, general offices 
Grand Rapids, office of supt southern division n s Clinton bet 
Holman and the railroad; freight and passenger depots corner 
Clinton and the railroad. W. O. Hughart, President; J. M. 
Metheany, Supt. Southern Division. 

Granger Miss Addie, teacher primary department Fort Wayne 
College. 

Granger Horace G., clerk F. P. Randall, res 164 e Wayne. 

Granger Miss Lizzie E., saleswoman Black & Co., bds 22 w 
Water. 

Granger Noah, attorney at law and insurance agent n e corner 
Main and Calhoun, res 164 e Wayne. 

Granival Elizabeth, domestic Jacob Nirdlinger. 

Grannemann Anna, domestic Frederick Menneivisch. 

Grant F., helper P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Grau August, moulder, res 148 Madison. 

Gray Anna, weaver French, Hanna & Co., res 29 € Main. 

Gray James, conductor, res 64 Williams. 

Gray Samuel, carpenter, bds 70 Dawson. 

Gray Wm., blacksmith Kerr Murray, bds 290 Calhoun. 

Greap John, tailor, res 182 e Lewis. 

Grear John, wood-turner, bds 85 Holman. 

Great Western Dry Qoods House, Frank & Than- 
houser, proprs, 7 Keystone Block. 

Great Western Tea Depot, J. B. White, propr, 1 1 w Berry. 

Green Corydon, produce-buyer, res 221 w Wayne. 

Green Electa, tailoress, res 186 w Main. 

Oreen Iflrs. M. Frances, homoepathic physician, res 139 
w Main. 

Green George, engineer, res 70 Baker. 

Green Hugh, carpenter Cochrane, Humphrey & Co. 

Green Wm. H. , saw-repairer Edward Colson, res 114 w Berry. 

Green George G., solicitor Irwin & Lumbard, res 29 Butler. 

Greenick Abraham A., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 70 
Madison. 

Greensfelder Gustav, res 206 Broadway. 

Greensfelder Josiah, cashier James B. White, bds 206 Broad- 
way. 

Greer John, carpenter, res 30 Walnut. 

Greer John W. , laborer, res s s e Berry w of Harmer. 

Oregg James S., physician and surgeon s w cor Main and 
Calhoun, res 176 e Wayne. 

Gregg P., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

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Gregory Jane, domestic J. K. Edgerton. 

GrAnntfmann Charles, carpenter T. W. & W. Ry. 

Gretz Barnard, laborer, res 45 e Water. 

Gribin James M. , carpenter, res 24 Douglas ave. 

Oriebel A, liOuis, business manager Staats-Zeitung, res 1 48 

w Wayne. 
Griebel Charles, marble-cutter Sutermeister, Becker & Bond, res 

58 e Jefferson. 
Griebel Christian, teamster, res 174 Taylor. 
Griebel Louis, (Griebel & Fee) res 58 e Jefferson. 
.Griebel Wm., teamster, res 174 Taylor. 
Griebel Wm. G., horse-collar maker, bds 34 Cass. 
Griebel Wm. J., cabinet-maker Griebel & Fee, bds 58 e Jeffer- 
son. 
Oriebel <& Fee, (Louis Griebel, Thomas W. Fee) furniture 

mnfrs and dealers, 46 Main. 
Griffin H., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Griffith Mrs. Catherine, res 245 Webster. 
Griffith James M., carpenter, res 76 Chicago. 
Griffith John, blacksmith, bds 164 Broadway. 
Griffith Lafayette, fireman T., W. & W. Ry, res 118 Fairfield 

avenue. 
Griffith Levi, (Griffith & Patton) res 59 Butler. 
Griffith Louis, carpenter J. L. Potter, res 87 Pearl. 
Griffith Thomas, boiler-maker T., W. & W. Ry. 
Griffith & Patton, (Levi Griffith, Wm. S. Patton) carpenters and 

builders 152 Harrison. 
Griffith Wm. E., (W. E. Griffith & Co.) res 274 w Jefferson. 
Oriffitli W. E. «& Co., (Wm. E. Griffith, — . — . ) 

hardware and tin ware 122 Broadway. 
Grigsby James, gardner, res 187 Griffith. 
Grimm Frederick, carpenter, res 227 Madison. 
Grimm Frederick, moulder Bass Foundry and Machine Works. 
Grimm John, school-teacher, res 275 w Washington. 
Grimm Mary, domestic Isaac Knapp. 
Grim Oliver C. , cabinet-maker Nelson Wheeler, res Hicksville 

Road, near city limits. 
Grimme John C, clerk Rohs, Erne & Reinking, res 19 w Wayne. 
Orimiiie Joliii H., merchant tailor 19 w Wayne, res same. 
Grims G., blacksmith P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Grimson James, laborer, bds 262 Calhoun. 
Griswold Edward, carpenter, bds 49 e Lewis. 
Grivet Julian, laborer, bds 453 e Wayne. 
Groet Louis, res 196 Broadway. 
Groff John, laborer, res 20 Buchanan. 

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Gronan Thomas, fireman T., W. & W. Ry. 

Gronan Wm., laborer, res 358 e Wayne. 

Gronauer Wm. , res 96 Ewing. 

Grosjean August, laborer, res 86 Smith. 

Gross Christian C, book-keeper Keil & Bro. , res 136 Calhoun. 

Gross Frederick, porter James Harper & Co., res 163 Van 

Buren. 
Gross Gottfried, gardner Lyne & Markey, bds 1 1 1 w Jefferson. 
Gross Mrs. Pauline, res 163 VanBuren. 
Grothans Henry, carpenter, res 160 Holman. 
Grotholten Adolph, carpenter George Boester, bds same. 
Grotrin Fredericka, domestic Lafayette M. Bowser. 
Grout Allison E. , messenger U. S. Express Co., res 157 Van 

Buren. 
Grout Frederick, fireman, res 32 Buchanan. 
Grout Mrs. Mary A., res 74 Douglas ave. 
Grout Wm. E., clerk Wooster, Williams & Co., res 74 Douglas 

avenue. 
Grove M., boiler-maker P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Grove W., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Orover & Baker Nerving Hacliine Booms, L. 

Lumbard, manager, 16 w Berry. 
Groves Mrs. M. B., bds 24 w Berry. 
Groves Daniel, teamster, res 95 w Water. 
Gruber A., laborer P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Gruber Caroline, domestic M. L. Bulger. 
Gruber Charles, baker Christian Haffner, bds 37 w Berry. 
Gruber Frank, cigar-maker, bds 174 Broadway. 
Gruber Joseph A., car inspector, res 52 Walnut. 
Gruber Joseph L. , conductor P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 231 w 

Jefferson. 
Gruber Michael, tailor M. Heingartner, res 18 Wilt. 
Gruber Valentine, grocery and saloon 51 Taylor, res 53 

Taylor. 
Grund Anna, domestic Fred Leutz. 
Grund Frederick, mason, res 59 Melita. 
Grund Philip R. , blacksmith, res 176 Henry. 
Guame Louis, teamster, Oddow & Manuel, bds 240 e Wayne. 
Guenther Henry, barber, res 350 e Wayne. 
Guerney Lipander H. , traveling agent, bds w s Fairfield ave, 

near city limits. 
Guettich Paul, porter, Leutz, Bourie & Co., bds 86 Barr. 
Guggenheim Jacob H., salesman Root & Company, res (old 173) 

w Washington. 
Guggisberg Walter E., clerk J. B. White, bds Central Hotel. 

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Guillmin Joseph, res 35 Wilt. 

Guin Mrs. Susan M., bds 337 w Jefferson. 

Gumple Henry, core-maker Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Gumpper Christian C. , (Dukeman & Gumpper) res 84 Calhoun. 

Gundry Edwin, clerk Central Hotel, bds same. 

Gunkel Otto, laborer, res 40 Nirdlinger ave. 

Gunn George G., conductor T. , W. & W. Ry, bds 18 Col- 

erick. 
Gunn Louis, clerk, bds 240 e Wayne. 
Gunst Lewis, laborer, res 3 Marion. 
Gurtner B., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Gurney Lysander H., piano-tuner 98 Calhoun, res opp Fort 

Wayne Organ Factory. 
Gusching J., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Gust John, blacksmith Fort Wayne Steel Plow Co. , res 57 High. 
Gustman F. , laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Gutermuth Benjamin, baker Wolke & Trentman, res 57 Cass. 
Guthermuth Casper, turner, res 39 w Jefferson. 
Guthermuth George, res 38 Wilt. 
Guthermuth Henry, blacksmith, res 38 Wilt. 
Guthermuth Henry jr. , trunk-maker, bds 39 w Jefferson. 
Gutermuth John, laborer, res n s Huffman, w of Wells. 
Gutermuth Valentine, clerk Foster Bros. & Co., res 167 Van 

Buren. 
Guthrie Frank, printer, res 92 Chicago. 

Haas Louis, grocery, res 34 Third. 

Habel Andrew, shoemaker, res 172 Taylor. 

Habel Charles, machinist T., W. & W. Ry. 

Habel John, machinist Perkins Engine Co., res 172 w Taylor. 

Haberkorn E. F., machinist P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Haberkorn Henry, machinist, res 395 Lafayette. 

Habecker Elias, carpenter, res 16 Sturgis. 

Habecker Miss Susan, seamstress, res 5 Sturgis. 

Hackmeir Ernst, laborer, res 196 Ewing. 

Hacke Harmon, laborer, res 154 e Washington. 

Hackens A., tinner P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Hackett Wm. H., clerk T., W. & W. Ry, bds 148 w Wayne. 

Haentschel Clemens, teacher, res 230 w Jefferson. 

Haesarner Wm., carpenter, res 108 Jackson. 

Haffner Oiristian, Star Bakery 37 w Berry, res same. 

Hafner John, cabinet-maker, bds 51 e Jefferson. 

Hagamann William, res 188 Broadway. 

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Hagedorn Herman, foreman freight-office P. , F. W. & C. R. R. , 
res 128 Chicago. 

Hagamann Fred W. , cigar-maker, res 1 88 Broadway. 

Hager Ernst, machinist, bds 99 w Jefferson. 

Haggarty James, laborer, res 83 Holman. 

Hahn Wm., blacksmith 157 w Main, res same. 

Haiber Frederick, notary public 64 Wells, res same. 

Hain James S., contractor, res 313 Hanna. 

Haines G., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Haines H. , laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Hair Christ, laborer Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Hait Jacob, engineer, res 204 Lafayette. 

Hakek Frank, teamster, res 45 Calhoun. 

Halbert Henry, laborer T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Hale Miss Ella S., bds 142 Montgomery. 

Hale Fred W., clerk Coombs & Co., bds Robinson House. 

Haley Minnie, domestic Sturgis House. 

Halke Frederick, laborer T., W. & W. Ry, res 214 w Jefferson. 

Hall C. F., fireman P. F. W. & C. R. R. 

Hall James E. , carpenter, res n s Creighton ave, e of Miner. 

Hall John, conductor, bds 59 Grand. 

Hall Sanders, wood-turner, bds 85 Holman. 

Hall Thomas, stave-piler, bds John Hall. 

Hallauer Daniel, grocer 214 Calhoun, res same. 

Hallenbaucher L., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Haller Gottleib,. butcher F. Eckert & Co., bds H. E. Linker. 

Halm Michael, brewer Certia & Rankert, bds Frederick 
Schmueckle. 

Halterman F., laborer Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Hanbrock Fred, laborer, res 209 Hanna. 

Hamburg American Pacltet Co., Siemon & Bro., 
agents, 77 Columbia. 

Hamburg Breman Fire Insurance Co., of Ham- 
burg, D. C. Fisher, agent, 32 e Berry. 

Hameier H., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Hamerle X., (X. Hamerle & Co.) res 37 w Water. 

Hamerle X. & Co., (X. Hamerle, H. Hoemeyer) brewers 37 w 
Water. 

Hamil John C, marble-cutter Underhill & Smith, res 128 w 
Main. 

Hamilton Allen, machinist, bds 104 e Wayne. 

Hamilton Mrs. Allen, res s e cor Clinton and e Lewis. 

Hamilton Andrew H., res s w cor Clinton and e Lewis. 

Hamilton Anna, boarding-house 103 w Berry. 

Hamilton Emmet, brakeman, bds 270 Calhoun. 



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A. FREEMAN, Jr., Proprietor. 

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Opposite Kane's Block, 

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MANUFACTURERS OF 

Carriages, Buggies % Sleighs, 

JVo. 106 WEST WEST MAIN ST, 

Fort Wayne, Ind. 

geoTwTdoswell, 

West Main St. (near Lindenwood Cemetery), 

Plants, Boquets & Cut Flowers. 

Orders respectfully solicited and promptly attended to. 

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Manufacturer of and Dealer in 

Fine Furniture and Chairs 

HUSK AND HAIR MATTRESSES, 

Looking-Glass Plates, &e., 

50 and 52 MAIN ST., 

BOWEES & GOODMAnT" 

HOUSJE, SIGN AND 

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Graining, Glazing, Gilding, Wagon and Carriage Work, 
Kalsomining and Paper Hanging, 

Done in the best and neatest manner, at reasonable rates, and all work 

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Hamilton Miss Frank, teacher, res 151 w Wayne. 

Hamilton Hall, w s Calhoun, bet Main and Berry. 

Hamilton John, baggage-master F. VV., M. & C. R. R., res 151 

w Wayne. 
Hamilton John C, blacksmith T., W. & W. Ry, bds i64Broad- 



Hanna Charles, (French, Hanna & Co.) res 208 w Berry. 
Hanna Henry, res 135 e Berry. 

Hanna Hugh T., real estate s s Lewis, opp Division. 
Hanna James T., (Carnahan, Skinner & Co.) bds Aveline 

House. 
Hanna Mrs. Judge S., res s s Lewis, opp Division. 
Hanna Oliver S., book-keeper Carnahan Skinner & Co., bds 

Aveline House. 



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MANUFACTURERS OF 

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Hamilton Miss Frank, teacher, res 151 w Wayne. 

Hamilton Hall, w s Calhoun, bet Main and Berry. 

Hamilton John, baggage-master F. W., M. & C. R. R., res 151 
w Wayne. 

Hamilton John C, blacksmith T., W. & W. Ry, bds 164 Broad- 
way. 

Hamilton Letitia, boarding-house 103 w Berry. 

Hamilton Montgomery, (Huestis & Hamilton and Hamilton & 
Co.) res w s Clinton, s of Lewis. 

Hamilton Peter, boiler-maker T. W. & W. Ry. 

Hamilton Robert, engineer T. W. & W. Ry. 

Hamilton Wra. M., gas-fitter Cottingham & McLachlin, bds n 
w cor Washington and Barr. 

Hamilton Wm. T., telegraph operator T. , W. & W. Ry, res 18 
Colerick ave. 

Hamilton Allen & Co^ (Hugh McCulloch, Jesse L. Wil- 
liams, Stephen B. Bond, Charles McCulloch) bankers 54 Cal- 
houn. 

Hamilton & Co., (Alexander C. Huestis, Montgomery 
Hamilton, Charles A. Munson, James S. Shoemaker) proprs 
Fort Wayne Coffee & Spice Mills 30 Clinton. 

Hamischpegan P., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Hamroad Andrew, machinist, res 60 e Washington. 

Hamroad Miss Sarah, saleslady J. Eisner, bds 60 e Washington. 

Hamroad Miss Tillie, saleslady Joseph Eisner, bds 60 e Wash- 
ington. 

Hance John P., deputy-sheriff, bds 29 Calhoun. 

Hance Joseph D., Sheriff, office Court House, res 29 Calhoun. 

Handman F., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Haney Wm., fireman T., W. & W. Ry, bds 82 Fairfield ave. 

Hanik A., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Hankanius Frank, truckman, bds 22 Douglass. 

Hanks Miss Mary, seamstress, bds 16 Edsall. 

Hanley James, blacksmith, res 62 w Lewis. 

Hanleyjohn H., freight-agent F. W., M. & C. R. R., bds 
Sturgis House. 

Hann John J., clerk, res 10 Henry. 

Hanna Charles, (French, Hanna & Co.) res 208 w Berry. 

Hanna Henry, res 135 e Berry. 

Hanna Hugh T., real estate s s Lewis, opp Division. 

Hanna James T., (Carnahan, Skinner & Co.) bds Aveline 
House. 

Hanna Mrs. Judge S., res s s Lewis, opp Division. 

Hanna Oliver S. , book-keeper Carnahan Skinner & Co., bds 
Aveline House. 

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Hanna Robert, machinist J. C. Bowser & Co., res 17 n Cass. 
Hanna i^amuel T., insurance and real estate 19 Court, 

res (old) 109 w Berry. See front cover. 
Hanna Thomas, traveling salesman, bds Aveline House. 
Haiinimi Dan, propr Occidental Billiard Hall 83 Calhoun, 

res 9 e Wayne. See advt. 
Hanover Fire Insurauee Company of New York, 

D. C. Fisher agent 32 e Berry. 
Hanrahan Timothy, laborer, res 94 Baker. 
Hansel Peter, mason, res 51 Cherry. 
Hansen Peter, teamster, bds 129 Wells. 
Hanser Otto, Director Concordia College, res College 

Grounds. 
Hanson Joseph, saw-filer Hoffman Bros., res 208 w Main. 
Honson Richard C, gas-fitter A. Hattersley, res 48 e Main." 
Hansper Jacob, machinist T. , W. & W.„ Ry. 
Hantmann Wm., laborer, bds 159 Hanna. 
Harber Peter, machinist, res 200 Harrison. 
Harber V., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Hardendorf John, millwright, res 245 w Wayne. 
Hordendorf Theodore, wood-turner, bds 245 w Wayne. 
Harder Wm. P., clerk Root & Company, bds 65 Brackenridge. 
Hardesty Mary, cook Mayer House. 
Harding Daniel L., civil engineer, res 235 w Jefferson. 
Hardman W., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Hardung Frederick, tailor N. B. Young & Co., bds 205 e Jef- 
ferson. 
Harenberg Frederick, clerk Siemon & Bro., res 170 Lafayette. 
Harkemper Wm., salesman Mayer & Graffe, bds Mrs. Rupert. 
Harkless Wm. H., carpenter J. Burkholder, res s s Pickway, nr 

Lilly ave. 
Harmeyer Frederick, collar-maker, res bet w Water and canal. 
Harmeyer Wm., machine-hand, res 17 Gay. 
Harmon Daniel, propr Harmon House, res same. 
Harmon Daniel J. , clerk Harmon House. 
Harmon House, Daniel Harmon, propr, n w cor Calhoun 

and Chicago. 
Harmon Jonathan, bds Harmon House. 
Harmon Miss Mary, milliner, bds 133 e Jefferson. 
Harmon Samuel W., tobacco, cigars, etc., 276 Calhoun, res 29 

Baker. 
Harnischfader Peter, laborer, res s s Buchanan, n of Hanna. 
Harper James, (James Harper & Co.) res 163 e Wayne. 
Harper James P., foreman James Harper & Co., res 59 Barr. 
Harper Rice, laborer, res 408 w Main. 

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Harper James <& Co., (James Harper, Charles A. Zol- 
linger, Dennis Monahan) hats and caps ii Columbia and 3 
Phoenix Block, 30 Calhoun. 

Harries John, {Harries & Co.) res 152 Holman. 

Harries & Co., (John Harries, Wm. Schmidt) hardware 126 Cal- 
houn. 

Harring Theodore, fireman T., W. & W. Ry, res 119 Wil- 
liams. 

Harrington Edwin, carpenter, res 17 Henry. 

Harris Anna, waitress Farmers' Eating House. 
.Harris Oeorge W., foreman, res 252 e Lewis. 

Harrison Charles, baggageman, bds 86 e Main. 

Harrison F. P. , engineer T.', W. & W. Ry. 

Harrison Robert H., machinist, res 38 Hough. 

Harrison Wm., machinist, res 104 e Wayne. 

Harrison Wm H., brakeman P. F. W. & C. R. R., res s e cor 
Fairfield ave and Williams. 

Hart John R., traveling salesman C. L. Hill, res 112 Wayne. 

Hart Mary, domestic Exchange Hotel. 

Hart M., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Hartburger Peter, laborer, bds Farmers' Exchange. 

Harter George, (Harter & Son) res 170 w Main. 

Harter George A., carpenter, res 67 Rockhill. 

Harter John, teamster, res 95 w Water. 

Harter Joseph, (Harter & Son) res 170 w Main. 

Harter Philip, salesman Root & Company, res 65 Bracken- 
ridge. 

Harter Wm. P., salesman Root & Company, res 65 Bracken- 
ridge. 

Harter & Son, (Joseph and George) blacksmiths 170 w Main. 

Hartford Fire Ins. Co., of Hartford, Conn., F. P. Ran- 
dall agent 24 Clinton. 

Harting Christian, tailor, res 284 w Jefferson. 

Hartley Joliii I>., physician and surgeon 82 w Washington, 
res same. 

Hartley Mrs. J. D., physician 82 w Washington, res same. 

Hartley Wm., fireman T. , W. & W. Ry., bds 126 Williams. 

Hartman Adolph, laborer, res 126 e Washington. 

Hartman Christian, laborer, res 53 w Jefferson. 

Hartman Mrs. Francis Ann, boarding house 234 Lafayette. 

Hartman F;, painter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Hartman George, carpenter, bds 87 Holman. 

Hartman George, laborer, res 59 e Water. 

Hartman George B. , real estate agent and notary public 20 w 
Berry, res 219 w Jefferson. 



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Hartman Henry, laborer, res 234 Francis. 

Hartman Homer C, attorney at law 20 w Berry, pail fac- 
tory 7 Ewing, res 00 Maple ave e of Thompson ave. 

Hartman H., blacksmith P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Hartman James A., watchman, bds 234 Lafayette. 

Hartman John, laborer, res 59 e Water. 

Hartman John H., bartender M. Kelly, bds same. 

Hartman Joseph, porter C. Orff. 

Hartman Liemuel B., cashier First National Bank, res 
241 w Wayne. 

Hartman P., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Hartman S. Brenton, dentist Dr. Seneca B. Brown, bds 241 w 
Wayne. 

Hartman V., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Hartman Wm. , machinist res 84 w Lewis. 

Hartman W., blacksmith P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Hartman Wm. H. , engineer T. , W. & W. Ry, res 1 5 Holman. 

Hartnett James, laborer, res 25 Baker. 

Hartnett Murry, clerk Lorin Smith, res 68 Baker. 

Hartnett Morris, laborer, res 52 Baker. 

Hartnett Richard, laborer, res 68 Baker. 

Hartshorn John S., engineer T., W. & W. Ry, res 259 w Jeffer- 
son. 

Hartshorn Luthur, res 315 w Main. 

Hartshorn Salem J., confectionery 172 Calhoun, res same. 

Hartstein Louis, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Hartsuff Wm. D., clerk, bds 307 Calhoun. 

Hartung Emma, domestic F. W. Stenner. 

Hartwell J., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Hartwell M., helper P. F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Hartzel Allan, student, bds 103 Wilts. 

Hasemaer Henry, mason, res 15 Lavina. 

Haskell Washington, commission merchant 65 e Columbia, bds 
Oyster Bay restaurant. 

Hass Jacob, laborer, res 26 Baker. 

Hassler Miss Bessie, saleslady A. Mergentheim, bds 195 Barr. 

Hassler Miss Fannie, school teacher, bds 195 Barr. 

Hassler Mrs. Sarah Jane, res 140 High. 

Hasty John, confectioner 112 Calhoun, res 114 Calhoun. 

Hasty Smithfield W., clerk 172 Calhoun, bds 114 Calhoun. 

Haswell George I., cabinet-maker J. Burkholder, res e s Oliver 
near Bass Foundry. 

Hatch Hattie, domestic Benoni P. McClain. 

Hatfield Wm., carriage-maker Stanley, Bieber & Co., bds 120 
w Water. 



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Manufacturer of all kinds of 

BRASS COCKS, VALVES, &c. 

FOR GAS, STEAM AND WATER. 
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Steam and Gas Fittings for same, 

Sheet Lead, Lead Pipe, RutiTDer Hose, Bath Tuts, 

Hydraulic Rams, Pumps, Copper Boilers and Plumbing Material 
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Hath J., engineer stationary P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Hatterinch A. , laborer T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Hattersley Alfi*ed, brass founder, plumber, steam and gas 

fitter 43 e Main, res i 73 w Wayne. 
Hattersley Byron, clerk A. Hattersley, bds 1 73 w Wayne. 
Hattersley Willis, book-keeper A. Hattersley, bds 173 w Wayne. 
Hattondorf Wm., expressman, res 30 Maumee. 
Hauble Charles, machinist, res 1 64 Taylor. 
Haubsch Simon, laborer, res 355 w Main. 
Hauch B., fireman R, F. W. & C. R. R. 
Hauenstine Julius, shoe-maker, res i^g w Main. 
Haun Frank, plasterer, res 381 e Washington. 
Hansbeck Michael, laborer T., W. & W. Ry. 
Hauschbach Jacob, machine hand T., W. & W. Ry., res 38 

Henry. 
Hauschbarger Ruth, domestic Sylvester McMahon. 
Hauschan A., laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 
Hauss David, (Boerger & Hauss) res 243 w Washington. 
Hauss Miss Susan, dress-maker, bds 243 w Washington. 
Hautsch Louisa, domestic Andrew J. Langohr. 
Harver Valentine, laborer, res 25 Wessel. 
Haverly Anthony, blacksmith, res 170 Madison. 
Haverly Miss Maggie, saleslady Foster Bros. & Co., res 86 e 

Main. 
Haxby James, clerk Aveline House. 

Hayden Frederick J., real estate, res s s Lewis opp Division. 
Harden Jobn W., attorney at law, real estate and collec- 
tion 25 post-office building, bds w s Thompson ave s of Hues- 

tis. 
Hayer Christian, laborer, res 107 Force. 
Hayer Wm., cerpenter, bds 107 Force. 
Hayes Dennis, laborer T., W. & W. Ry, res 21 Taylor. 
Hayes Scott, apprentice Henry Sthair, bds 54 w Main. 
Hayes Thomas D., laborer R, F. W. & C. R. R., res 25 Col- 

erick. 
Haynes Frank, engineer, res 29 Melita, 
Haynes Oilman, teamster, res 391 e Wayne. 
Haynes W., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Hays Richard M. , wood-work Fort Wayne Steel Plow Co. , res 

99 w Water. 
Hays Robert, mason, res 99 w Water. 
Hazen Wm., bds 40 Douglass ave. 
Heal Charles, mechanic Peters' Box Factory. 
Heap Henry, spinner French, Hanna & Co., bds Hedekin 

House. 

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Hearn Thomas E., laborer T. , W. & W. Ry, res 29 Colerick. 
Heath Wilson F. , music teacher public schools, res 174 Griffith. 
Heathman David, laborer, res w s Clay bet Hoffman and Beck. 
Heathman David, miller, res w s Florence s of Beck. 
Hebert Oliver, engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 113 Madi- 
son. 
Hebert Peter, engineer, bds 402 Calhoun. 
Hebison George, brakeman, res 16 Wallace, 
Heck John, clerk, res 284 e Washington. 
Hecker Henry, teamster, res 421 e Washington. 
Heckler George, engineer Wolke & Trentman, res 18 Maiden 

Lane. 
Heckman Louise, domestic Alfred Hattersley. 
Heckus Andrew, laborer, res 73 Brackenridge. 
Hedekin Mrs. E. C, res 95 e Main. 
Sledekin House, Wolf & Wagoner proprs 25 Barr. 
Hedekin Thomas B. , res 82 e Washington. 
Hedford Samuel, carpenter, res 59 Force. 
Hedges Thomas J., carpenter, res 323 w Main. 
Heebner Lizzie, domestic Henry McKinnie. 
Heffelfinger John M., pharmaceutist Remmel Bros., res 193 w 

Washington. 
Hefferman Michael, stave-joinier Schnelker, Beugnot & Co., 

bds Mrs. Eliza Beegan. 
Heffkins Jacob, conductor T., W. & W. Ry. 
Heffner Joshua, carpenter, bds 34 Baker. 
Heffron Michael, laborer, bds 6 Kansas. 
Heg Charles, stave-cutter, res 84 George. 
Heger Oeorge M., grocery and provisions no Wells res 

112 Wells. 
Heidebrecbt Henry, dry goods i4r Broadway, res n s w 

Jefferson e of Fulton. 
Heidenrich Henry, tinner Wilson & Muhler, res 27 Longhor. 
Heidrich Frank, harness-maker Hilt & Co., res w s ofn Cass, n 

of city limits. 
Heielm Frederick, laborer res 104 Mechanics. 
Heil F., laborer. P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Heilbroner Abraham, (Oppenheimer & Co.) res 62 w Main. 
Heilbroner Samuel, clerk J. B. White, res 56 w Wayne. 
Heine Frederick, painter, res 139 Wallace. 
Heine F. H., carpenter R., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Heine, Gottlieb, shoe-maker, bds 133 w Water. 
Heine John, chair-maker, res 96 Madison. 
Heiner Frederick, carpenter, res 52 Douglass ave. 
Heiner Wm., laborer, res 167 Hanna. 

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Heingartner Martin, merchant tailor 34 Clinton, res 155 

w Main. 
- Heingartner Philip, clerk M. Heingartner, res 155 w Main. 
Heini Joseph, grocer, res 241 Clay. 
Heinlan Emanuel, machikist, res 143 Force. 
Heinlen Wm., machinist Kerr Murray, res 304 Harrison. 
Heiny Mrs. Barbara, bds 52 Walnut. 
Henry Erhart J., (Schnurr and Henry) res e s Clay s of Hol- 

man. 
Heir Margaret, domestic Bernado Trentman. 
Heirholzer Conrad, carpenter T. , W. & W. Ry. 
Heit Alexander, butcher A. Wolf, res 74 Wells. 
Heit Amos, blacksmith, res 37 Henry. 
Heit Mrs. Josephine, res 188 Griffith. 

Heitenreich John, laborer T. , W. & W. Ry. , res 26 Henry. 
Heitwilkel Henry, carpenter, res rear 54 w Wayne. 
Held Adolph, moulder, res r8i Madison. 
Heldt John M., barber Charles Shidel, res 78 High. 
Helgemann Fred W., carpenter, res 399 e Washington. 
Heliker W., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Helker C, carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Hellahan James, watch-maker H. P. Johnson, res 167 Van- 

Buren. 
Heller Wm. L., cabinet-maker, bds Summit City House. 
Hellmuth Gustave, teamster, res 25 w Washington. 
Helm Theodore, carpenter, res 174 Henry. 
Helmake Edward, boots and shoes 182 Calhoun, res same. 
Helmkering Henry, carpenter, res 159 VanBuren. 
Hembert Michael, drayman, res 14 Lavina. 
Hemeler Henry, laborer Hoffman Bros., res s s Water near 

Jackson. 
Hench Samuel H., attorney at law 17 Court, bds Aveline 

House. 
Henchman H., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Henchenrather Mrs. Maggie, res 43 Nirdlinger ave. 
Henderson Andrew R., Supt. Woolen Mill, res 115 e Wayne. 
Henderson Mrs. A. L., boarding house, 86 e Main. 
Henderson George, currier Jacob Fry & Sons, bds 296 w Main. 
Henderson George H., clerk Foster Bros. & Co., res 23 Madi- 
son. 
Henderson Henry, machinist, res 40 Madison. 
Henderson Joseph, brakeman T., W. & W. Ry, bds 46 Hoag- 

land ave. 
Henderson Lizzie, domestic Jas. McMillan. 
Henderson Samuel C, foreman, bds Hanna House. 

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Henderson Wm. . res 23 Madison. 

Henderson Wm. , cook Exchange Hotel, res 120 w Main. 

Hendler Peter, laborer, res 37 Walnut. 

Hendricks Mrs. Emma M., res 276 w Jefferson. 

Hendrickson George M., painter, res 22 Madison. 

Hengerer Christian, steward Concordia College. 

Henkel Charles, blacksmith, res 42 Charles. 

Henkel Henry, laborer, res 281 e Washington. 

Henkel Philip, vinegar-maker, res 264 e Wayne. 

Henker C. F., blacksmith P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Hennessy Alexander, laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 24 Lo- 
cust. 

Hennings August, moulder Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Hennings Fred, laborer French, Hanna & Co., bds 317 Wash- 
ington. 

Henry John, laborer, res n s e Washington e of Hanover. 

Henry Wm. H., produce buyer, res 94 Jackson. 

Henschen George H., laborer, bds 222 Francis. 

Henschen Henry, clerk Coombs &l Co., res 164 Ewing. 

Henschen Henry J., trunk-maker, res 222 Francis. 

Henschen Wm., helper, res 222 Francis. 

Henscher E., moulder Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Hensel Frank, tailor A. Foster, res 82 Oakley, 

Hensel Wm. F., machinist, res 37 Gay. 

Hensel Frank, tailor, res 82 Oakley. 

Herbert P., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Herbst Fred, hotel and restaurant 3 Railroad, res same. 

Herd Sarah, domestic George Nelson. 

Hergenrather Lizzie, domestic Max Nirdlinger. 

Hermann Dr. D., chiropodist, res 177 Montgomery. 

Hermann John, sawyer, res 350 w Main. 

Hermann Sophia,^domestic Concordia College. 

Hermsdorfer George A., boots and shoes 33 e Main, rtfs 
281 w Jefferson. 

Herr Benjamin M., clerk Foster Bros. & Co., res 15 e Jefferson. 

Herr George, foreman Jacoby & Weigand, res 64 McClellan. 

Herr Henry, teamster, res 346 e Wayne. 

Herring George, teamster, res 43 Calhoun. 

Herring Peter, stone-mason, res 15 West. 

Herrington John, res 68 Dawson. 

Herrington John S. , carpenter, res 70 Dawson. 

Herselhorst Henry, mustard mnfr, res 256 e Washington. 

Hersley Christian, tanner Jacob Frey & Sons, bds 296 w Main. 

Hershfellder Lucas, mason, res 360 e Wayne. 

Hertig Charles M. , (Spencer & Hertig) bds Sturgis House. 



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Hesner Henry, laborer Clark & Rhinesmith Lumber Co., res 5 
Meyer. 

Hess Jacob, house-mover, res n w cor Lafayettee and Pontiac. 

Hess John, expressman, res 71 Douglass. 

Hess J., machinist P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Hess Nicholas W. , wagon-maker, res s s Elizabeth n of Water. 

Hess Philip J., machinist, res s s Creighton ave e of Lafayette. 

Hessert Barney, teamster, res 57 Cherry. 

Hessler Lizzie, domestic John Morris. 

Hettler Christopher, clerk P. , F. W. & C. R. R. , res 88 e Lewis. 

Hettler Gottleib, laborer, res 84 Charles. 

Heuchling Theodore, physician 76W Berry, res same. 

Heuer Harmon, shoemaker, res 55 w Wayne. 

Heuer John, clerk Kane & Bro., bds 55 w Wayne. 

Heubach Conrad, steam-dryer 54 Barr, res same. 

Hewes James C. , boiler-maker, res 144 e Lewis. 

Hey Amandus A , (Lonker, Hey & Co.) res s w cor e Washing- 
ton and Wabash ave. —— 

Hey Ernst, clerk G. E. Spiegel, bds same. 

Heyer John, clerk James M. Kane & Bro. , res s s w Wayne s of 
Berry. 

Hhalay Mrs. Hannah, res 60 e Wayne. 

Hibler Edward, core-maker Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Hibler Louis, tanner Jacob Frey & Sons, res 76 Mechanics. 

Hibler Maggi^ domestic Barney Phillips. 

Hickmon James, laborer, res 12 Sturgis. 

Hickman Wm., laborer, res 23 Clinton. 

Hiebert Francis, domestic Peter Pierr. 

Hiebler Mrs. Jane P., res 189 Ewing. 

Hierman Mrs. Julia, res 46 w Water. 

Higgins Cele R., train dispatcher P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 
Sturgis House. 

Higgins F. P., engineer P., F. W •& C. R. R. 

Hight Eugene, machinist, res 205 Barr. 

HightE., machinist P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Hight Henry A., manager Opera House, res 11 1 Lafayette. 

Hight Henry A. jr. , bds 1 1 1 Lafayette. 

Hightsman J., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Hightsman P., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Higohoust Christ, carpenter, res 21 Pritchard. 

Hilbrecht Henry, blacksmith, res 228 w Jefferson. 

Hilbrecht Henry C, machinist, bds 2 28 w Jefferson. 

Hild Henry, painter, res 39 w Jefferson. 

Hild Val, cigar-maker, bds Gilbert House. 

Hildebrandt Fred, carpenter Geo. Boester, res 213 Madison. 

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Hildebrandt Wm., carpenter, res 232 w Washington. 
Hilgeman Ernst H^ carpenter and builder 48 Walter, 

res same. 
Hilgemann Fred, laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 18 Mc- 

Clellan. 
Hilgemann Fred, machine hand, res 180 Ewing. 
Hilgemann Henry, carpenter, res 184 Ewing. 
Hilgemann Henry, engineer, res 91 w Jefferson. 
Hilgemann Henry, shipping clerk A. S. Evans & Co., res s w 

cor w Washington and Webster. 
Hilgemann Wm., carpenter, res 180 Ewing. 
Hilgemann Wm., carpenter, res 216 e Washington. 
Hilger Charles, carpenter, res 137 Francis. 
Hilker Charles, laborer T. , W. & W. Ry, res 93 Wilts. 
Hilker Frederich, laborer T., W. & W. Ry. 
Hill Miss Alice, school teacher, bds C. L. Hill. 
Hill Mrs. Barbara, res 158 w Main. 
Slill Cbarles Ii.9 musical instruments, sole agent for Wm. 

Knabe & Co. ,s pianos 52 and 54 Calhoun, res 34 w Water. 

See advt. 
Hill Miss Clara, teacher, res 82 w Berry. 
Hill Daniel, laborer, res alley w of Wells and n of Longohr. 
Hill David, policeman, res 64 Douglass. 
Hill Edward R. , book-keeper Beaver, Miller & Co. , bds Hanna 

House. * 

Hill George, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 
Hill Isaac, fruit dealer, bds 106 Barr. 
Hill James M., commercial agent, res 82 w Berry. 
Hill John, res 159 Harrison. 

Hill John E., trustee Wayne township 54 Calhoun, res 82 w Berry. 
Hill John E. jr., miller, res 82 w Berry. 
Hill Manderville, student, bds Hanna House. 
Hill Mrs. Margaret W., res 221 w Washington. 
Hill Matilda, domestic Patrick Kane. 
Hill Mary A. , bds 34 w Water. 
Hill Onslow G., res 316 w Jefferson. 
Hill Valentine, cigar-maker, George Riter & Co. , bds Gilbert 

House. 
Hill Valentine, laborer Hoffman Bros., res 158 w Main. 
Hille Henry, laborer T., W. & W. Ry. 
Hille Robert, laborer T., W. & W. Ry. 
Hille Wm., laborer T., W. & W. Ry. 
milegass Jeremiah, supt Allen county public schools, 

office Court House, bds 151 Ewing. 
Hillegass Josiah D., (Stahl & Hillegass) bds 151 Ewing. 

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Hiller Wm., laborer T., W. & W. Ry, res 41 Walnut. 
Hilliker Henry, porter B. Trentman & Son, res 116 Fairfield 

avenue. 
Hilt Frederick, (Hilt & Co.) bds 26 Baker. 
Hilt John, laborer, res 26 Baker. 
Hilt & Co., (Frederick Hilt, John H. Diether) saddlery and 

harness 17 e Main. 
Himbart John, drayman, res 18 Hood. 
Himes John, boiler-maker, res 203 Lafayette. 
Hinckley Mrs. Fanny M., bds Hanna House. 
Hines H., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Hines Jack, gas-fitter Cottingham & McLachlan, bds Adam 

Francis. 
Hines J., boiler-maker P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Hiney Nicholas, clerk, res 253 e Jefferson. 
Hinger Charles A., laborer, res w s Barthold, n of Douglass. 
Hinger Felix A., laborer, res 57 Langohr. 
Hinger Michael A., res w s Barthold, n of Douglass. 
Hinkle Harry S., brakeman T. , W. & W. Ry, bds 74 Douglas 

avenue. 
Hinman Edwin, music dealer, bds 43 Union. 
Hinman Harvey F., carpenter, res 43 Union. 
Hinton John C, brakeman, bds 26 Baker. 
Hinton Samuel, fruit dealer, res 34 Baker. 
Hinton Wm.. brakeman, bds 26 Baker. 
Hipmann Gottlieb, tailor, res 49 Wilt. 
Hirsch Mrs. Hannah, res 12 Cass. 
Hislop Mrs. Catherine, carpet-weaver, res 120 Butler. 
Hisner Charles, laborer, res 5 Marion. 
Hitchcock Mrs. Amanda M., boarding-house 12 Marion. 
Hitchings Wm. B. , clerk C. Schieffer & Son, bds 172 w Jeffer- 
son. 
Hitzsmann Christian, clerk G. DeWald & Co., res 66 Douglas 

avenue. 
Hitzemann Fred, laborer T., W. & W. Ry, res 36 Lavina. 
Hitzeman George, policeman, res 20 Summit. 
Hitzemann Gottlieb, tailor G. Seemeyer, res 49 Wilt. 
Hitzemann Henry, clerk, bds 321 Calhoun. 
Hitzemann Litzetta, domestic John H. Bass. 
Hitzman Wm., clerk McCuUoch & Richey, res 66 Douglas 

avenue. 
Hixson Miss Genevieve, teacher Hoagland school. 
Hoagland James E., miller City Mills, res 106 w Berry. 
Hoag^land Pliny, Vice-President Fort Wayne National 

Bank, res 106 w Berry cor Ewing. 

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126 POLK, MURPHY & CO'S 

Sloagland & Tresselt, (Pliny Hoagland, Christian Tres- 

selt) proprs City Flour Mills, s w cor Clinton and Water. 
Hobbs Elias, laborer, res 88 Calhoun. 
Hobrock J. H., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Hoch Mrs. Louisa, res 329 w Washington. 
BLoch William, saloon 313 Lafayette, res same. 
Hochstetter W., painter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Hockaday Mrs. Debora, boarding-house 59 Grand. 
Hockaday James, cooper, res 36 Brandriff. 
Hockaday Warren, brakeman, res 73 Grand. 
Hockemeier Charles, laborer, res 317 w Washington. 
Hockemeier Sophia, domestic Rev. Wm. J. Erdmann. 
Hodgdon Wm. A., music-teacher, res 166 Montgomery. 
Hoescli David, carpet-weaver 18 w Columbia, res same. 

See advt. 
Hoexholl Johanna, 'domestic Henry Rohs. 
Hoffatt John, fireman N. G. Olds & Sons, res 134 e Lewis. 
Hoffer Andrew, butcher, res 8 Force. 
Hofifer Mrs. Anna M., res n s Elm, near River. 
Hoffer Charles, collar-maker, bds 132 Wells. 
Hoffer Fred, moulder J. C. Bowser & Co., bds 44 w Main. 
Hoffer John G., carpenter, res 37 Cass. 
Hoffman Andrew E., (Hoffman Bros, and J. R. Hoffman & Co.) 

res 188 w Wayne. 
Hoffman A., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Hoffman Charles, auditor F. W., M. & C. R. R., res 89 Bar- 

thold. 
Hoffman Charles A., machinist J. C. Bowser & Co., res 48 e 

Columbia. 
Hoffman Christian, engineer, bds 50 Melita. 
SEoffmau Daniel, house and sign painter and grainer, res 

293 w Jefferson. 
Hoffman Miss Fannie, clerk U. S. pension office, res 149 w 

Washington. 
Hoffman Fred, laborer Wm. Fleming. 
Hoffman George, wagon-maker e s Clay, s of Wayne, res 381 e 

Washington. 
Hoffman Henry, carpenter, bds 293 w Jefferson. 
Hoffman Jacob, carpenter, res 75 Oakley. 
Hoffman Jacob R., (J. R. Hoffman & Co.) res Laforme's Store, 

West Virginia. 
Hoffman John, hostler Street R. R., bds Central Hotel. 
Hoffman John A., carpenter, res 31 Force. 
Hoffman Martin, tinner, bds 31 Force. 
Hoffman Nicholas, cooper, res 31 Force. 

The Best and Largest Stock of Corsets, at G. Orff & Go's. 



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Nos. 11 and 13 Clay St., 
FORT VfllLYNE^ - INDIAHA. 



REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

S. A. AURENTZ 

FAVOKS HIS FRIENDS WITH FIRST-CLASS 

FAMILY GEOCEEIES, 

Dried and Canned Fruits, 
Salt, Fish, Pork, Ham, Smoked and Dried Meats, 

OATS, CORN AND MILL FEED, 

TOBACCO AND CIGARS, 

Fresh and Cove Oysters, &e., 

137 BROADWAY, 
Corner Jefferson Street^ - Port Wayne, Ind. 



HOFFMAN'S PATENT 




AND SAW^RfllLL 

FOB ISAWOrO I.OON. 

Among the many advantages this Mill has over Circular and Mulay Mills 
we mention : 

Ist.— SA.VIKG OF liUMBKR. Ordinary saws cut five-sixteenths of an 
inch saw-kerf ; our Band Saw takes ONE-TWELFTH. This makes a saving 
of 889 feet of lumber on each 1,000 feet of inch boards sawed. 

2d SAVING OP POWER. Twelve-horse power will cut 8,000 feet of 

lumber per day. 

3d — MAKUrO BETTSR £.V1»IBS:R. 

4tb.— FREKDOM FROM 0ANGE:R. 

We are also prepared to furnish our Improved Patent 

FOR SCROLL SAWING, 

A Mill and the small Machines can he seen in operation at our Factory in 
Fort Wayne. Manufactured only by 
J. R. HOFFMAN & C O., Fort 'Wayne, Ind. 

HOFFMAN BROS., 

Manufacturers of 

BLACK WALNUT LUMBER, 

Counter Tops, Coffin and Panel Stuff, Chair Stuff, 

TABLE LEGS, MOULDINGS, &c. 

Band Saw Mills, - 200 West Main Street, 
FOBT WAYNE, IND, 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 1 27 

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Hoffman P., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Hoffman Mrs. Susan C. , chief clerk U. S. pension office s w cor 

Main and Harrison, res 149 w Washington. 
Hoffman Tina, domestic Mrs. Allan Hamilton. 
Hoffman Wm. H. , (Hoffman Bros, and J. R. Hoffman & Co.) 

res 176 w Washington. 
Hoflftoaii Bros., (Andrew E. Hoffman, Wm. H. Hoffman) 

manfrs black walnut lumber, chair stuffs, etc. 200 w Main. 

See advt. 
Moffmaii J. R. & Co., (Jacob R. , Andrew E. & Wm. H. 

Hoffman) Patent Band Saw Mills, 200 w Main. See advt. 
Hoffmaster Henry, cooper, res 12 Douglass. 
Hogan Hugh, machinist P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 41 Baker. 
Hogan John, laborer, res 17 Brandriff. 

Hogan Michael, foreman P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 133 Fair- 
field ave. 
Hogan Samuel, constable, res rear 65 w Water. 
Hogan Timothy, saloon 269 Calhoun, res 11 Grand. 
Hogarth Thcfmas, fireman, res 203 Hanna. 
Hogerhosh Christian, carpenter T., W. & W. Ry. 
Hohenstein Lenhard, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons, res 225 e 

Washington. 
Hohing John J., machinist, res 27 Duryee. 
Hohnhaus George, carpenter T. Reitze & Co. 
Hohnhaus John, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 
Hohnhaus Peter, carpenter T. Reitze & Co., res 65 Wall. 
Hokemeyer H., (Hamerle & Co.) res 37 w Water. 
Holborn Wm. , machinist Kerr Murray, res 122 Butler. 
Holbrock Minnie, domestic Mrs. L. A. Bond. 
Holbrook Herman, carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 96 

Fairfield ave. 
Holbrook Hulbert H., traveling salesman Hamilton & Co., res 

Van Wert, Ohio., 
Holburn Wm., machinist Kerr Murray, res 122 Butler. 
Holcher Frederick, carpenter T., W. & W. Ry. 
Holenbacher Lewis, boiler-maker, bds 170 Lafayette. 
Holihan John, laborer T., W. & W. Ry. 
Holihan Wm., coppersmith T., W. & W. Ry. 
Hollenbeck Fred, baggage-master T. , W. & W. Ry, res 273 

Webster. 
Hollenbeck Henrietta, domestic Hanna House. 
Hollenbeck Wm., carpenter, res 44 Butler. 
Hollinger E., carpenter, res s s Lewis, opp Division. 
HoUingsworth Mrs. A. N. , dress-maker 63 w Water, res same. 
Hollingsworth Wm,, spring-bed maker, bds 63 w Water. 

100 choice lots in Oomparet's Ad., Jno. Hough, 32 E. Berry, 



128 POLK, MURPHY & CO'S 



Hollister A. Judson, res 17 w Jefferson. 

Holman Edward, blacksmith, res n s Creighton ave, bet Calhoun 
and Webster. 

Holman Frederick, carpenter, res 35 Lavina. 

Holman John, carpenter, res 35 Lavina. 

Holmes Bayless, clerk, res w s Gay, near southern city limits. 

Holmes B., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Holmes George, clerk, bds 18 Gay. 

Holmes Joshua, supt P., F. W. & C. R. R. stock yards, res 18. 
Gay. 

Holmes Wm. J., conductor, res 29 Smith. 

Holsworth Addison, clerk Auditor's office, res 158 w Wayne. 

Holt Benjamin, boiler-maker T., W. & W. Ry. 

Holt John, boiler-maker T., W. & W. Ry, res 188 Henry. 

Holt John jr., laborer T., W. & W. Ry, res 188 Henry. 

Holt Thomas, boiler-maker, res 178 Hanna. 

Holton Mrs. Sabrina, bds 177 w Wayne. 

EloIasiiVortli £berliercl, mnfr mineral water 50 w Main, 
res same. 

Homan David, laborer, res s s w Main, near city limits. 

Homble John, laborer, res 5 1 Wilt. 

Home Fire Insurance Company of IVew ITork, 
D. C. Fisher agent 32 e Berry. 

Homeyer Fred W., laborer, bds 308 Harrison. 

Homeyer Wm. , machine-hand Jacoby & Weigand. 

Homick Henry, carpenter, res 127 Montgomery. 

Homsher Benjamin F., engineer, res s e cor Butler and Webster. 

Hondheim Jacob, carpenter, res 31 Pine. 

Hondheim John J., works T., W. & W. Ry, res 12 McClellan. 

Honeich Ferdinand, clerk Meyer Bros. & Co., bds 86 w Wash- 
ington. 

Honek Alexander, laborer, bds 26 Buchanan. 

Honek Constantine, painter, bds 20 Buchanan. 

Honkoup A., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Hontine Jacob, laborer T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Hood David, bds 246 w Berry. 

Hood James T. , machinist, res 378 Calhoun. 

Hood Mrs. Lucina, teacher French and Art Department Fort 
Wayne College, bds same. 

Hood Thompson N., printer, res 223 e Jefferson. 

Hood Wm. E., teller First National Bank, res 246 w Berry. 

Hood Wm. T., expressman J. B. White, res 122 Lafayette. 

Hooker L Benton, finisher N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Hoover Abraham, carpenter, res 89 e Lewis. 

Hoover James, fireman F. W., M. & C. R. R., res 20 Harrison. 

U. S. Life Ins. Go,, assets $4,250,000, Irwin & Lumbard. 



FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENTAL 

IPJSURANC 

32 East Berry St. 



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D. G. FISHSR 

Represents the followiug OLD and RELIABLE Fire Insnrance Companies : 

^tna, of Hartford, 

ASSETS $4,500,000. 

Home, of New York, 

ASSETS $5,000,000. 

Underwriters' Agency, of New York, 

ASSETS $4,000,000. 

Total Aiit of Assets, .... $13,500,000. 

Policies issued at Equitable Rates, and Losses promptly adjusted. 
D. G. FISHER, Agent. HENRY TONS, Solicitor. 



JOHIIir HOUGH 

Represents the following FIRST-CLASS LIFE and ACCIDENT Companies : 

MUTUAL LIFE, of New York, Assets, - - $60,000,000 
TRAVELERS' Life & Accid't, of Hartford, Assets, 3, 000, 000 
RAILWAY PASSENGERS', of Hartford, Assets, 1,000,000 



TOTAL ASSETS, --..-- 164,000,000 



D. C. FISHER. HENRY TONS. 

IHllMA Mil Am 






JOHN HOUGH, 

Attorney, Land ^ Loan Agent 



32 BAST BERRY STREET, 



Has for sale a large amount of 



Business Property ,Uiiimproved Lots and Dwellings 



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



IMPROVED FARMS AND LAUDS 



In every part of Allen County, embracing over FIFTY THOUSAND ACRES, 

and more than 100,000 acres in the different Counties of Northern 

Indiana, Northwestern Ohio and Southern Michigan. 



Money Loaned for Eastern parties in large amounts, on Real Estate Security, 

RUNNING FROM THREE TO TEN YEARS. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 1 29 

Hopkins H., driller Artesian Well, bds Exchange Hotel. 

Hoppel Amanda, domestic John W. Smith. 

Hops Robert W., plasterer, res 50 Butler. 

Hopster Bennett, bricklayer, bds 87 Holman. 

Hormann Sophia, domestic Rev D. W. Moffatt. 

Hornech Nina, domestic Misses Hamilton. 

Homnng Oeorge, propr Summit City Brewery 75 Harri- 
son, res same. 

Hornung Jacob, moulder, res 21 Barthold. 

Horst H. , laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Horstman Frederick H., merchant tailor 146 Calhoun, res 156 e 
Jefferson. 

Horstmann H. C. , carpenter P. , F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Horstmann John, laborer J. W. Smith & Son. 

Horstmeier Wm. , carpenter, res 197 Ewing. 

Horton Elijah A., clerk County Treasurer's office, res 16 Doug- 
las ave. 

Hose Mrs. Argena, res 131 Holman. 

Hose Lawrence E. , carpenter, bds 131 Holman. 

Hose Wm. J., mechanic, bds 131 Holman. 

Hosey L., machinist P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Hosman Christian, painter T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Hostmeyer Gottlieb, res 5 Wall. 

Hostmeyer Henry, carpenter, res 120 Chicago. 

Hostmeyer Lewis, carpenter, res 13 Wall. 

Hotchkiss Miss Lillie, bds 57 Garden. 

Hougli John, attorney at law, real estate, loan and insur- 
ance agent 32 e Berry, res 127 w Wayne. See advt. 

Hough Miss Martha L., bds 127 w Wayne. 

Houghton Luther S. , clerk H. J. Ash, res 154 w Jefferson. 

Houlihan Michael, book-keeper Morgan & Beach, res w s Fair- 
field ave, near Round House. 

Houlihan Peter, yard-man P. , F. W. & C. R. R. 

Houlihan Wm., coppersmith, res 102 Chicago. 

Hour Daniel, laborer, res 5 Hood. 

House George, engineer T. , W. & W. Ry, res 282 Broadway. 

Householder Milton, bell-boy Gilbert House. 

Houser Charles, foreman N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Houser Mrs. Theresa, res 208 Hanna. 

Househoulder Louis, butcher, bds 248 Calhoun. 

Housmaii Zaehara T., physician and surgeon 96 Calhoun 
(up stairs), res same. 

Housworth Miss Kate, boarding-house 104 Barr. 

Howard Fred, printer Sentinel office, bds 138 w Berry. 

Howard Henry, peddler Dillingham & Ling. 

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Oassimeres, Jeans and Oottonades, at Geo. DeWald & Go's. 



130 POLK, MURPHY & CO S 

Howenstine John, salesman Carnahan, Skinner 8z Co., res 50 e 
Berry. 

HoTfes David, lap window-shades 596 Columbia, bds Cen- 
tral Hotel. 

Howes John, window-shade mnfr, bds Central Hotel. 

Howey A. B., assistant clerk P., F. W. & C. R. R. office. 

Howey Isaac, engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R., res w s Fair- 
field ave near city limits. 

Howley Thomas, blacksmith, res 30 Melita. 

Howten James S. , brakeman, bds 330 Calhoun. 

Howten Lawrence, brakeman, bds 330 Calhoun. 

Hoy David F., laborer, res 23 Clinton. 

Hoyer Isaac, brakeman, bds 282 Harrison. 

Hoyt Charles E., engineer, res 270 Webster. 

Hoyt John, brakeman P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 47 Baker. 

Hubach Henry, (Hubach & Friedrich) res 181 e Wayne. 

Hiibaoh & Friedricli, (Henry Hubach, Leonard Fried- 
rich) brewers 181 e Wayne. See advt. 

Hubbard Alexander, agent Grover & Baker Sewing Machine, 
res 105 Wilt. 

Hubbard Charles, harness-maker A. S. Johns & Sons, bds s e 
cor Wilt and College. 

Hubbard Miss Ida, bds 79 e Main. 

Hubbard Mrs. M. P., bds 79 e Main. 

Hubbard WilHs, photographer Shoaff & Berst, res 105 Wilt. 

Hubbell Joseph B. , engineer T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Huber George, harness-maker John Koch jr., res 159 Barr. 

Huber Nicholas,- (Ott & Huber) res 81 e Berry. 

Hubert George, butcher F. Eckert & Co., res 153 Barr. 

Hubert Wm., brass-fitter, bds 178 Barr. 

Hubler Mrs. Ann, res 241 e Wayne. 

Hubler Benjamin, spoke-driver, bds 144 Wallace. 

Hubler Edward, core-maker, res 279 Hanna. 

Hubler Thomas A., spoke-driver, bds 144 Wallace. 

Hubuer A., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Huckemeyer Ernst, laborer, bds 10 Force. 

Huckemeyer Henry, laborer, res 10 Force. 

Hudry Nicholas, carpenter, res 186 Montgomery. 

Hulsenback Ferdinand, saloon, 28 Clinton, res same. 

Huestis Alexander C, (Huestis & Hamilton and Hamilton & 
Co.) res 205 w Berry. 

Huestis Charles D. C, book-keeper Hamilton & Co., res 205 w 
Berry. 

Huff Anthony, res alley, w of Wells and n of Langohr. 

Huff Hiram, laborer, res 23 Melita. 

Fancy Goods, the Largest Stock, at 0. Orff & Go's. 



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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. I3I 

Huestis & Hamilton, (Alexander C. Huestis, Montgo- 
mery Hamilton, Charles A. Munson, James S. Shoemaker) 
wholesale grocers 23 and 256 Columbia, (77 and 79 old). 

Hughes David, res 40 McClellan. 

Hughes Edward, moulder Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Hughes James, helper T., W. & W. Ry, res 25 Walnut. 

Hull liCwis <3., house, sign and ornamental painter e s 
Court opp Cour' House, res 278 Broadway. See advt. ■ 

Hull Sylvester, painter L. O. Hull, bds 278 Broadway. t 

Hull Wesley, pateui right dealer, res 278 Broadway. ' 

-Hull Wm. H., cabinet-maker, bds Phillips House. 

Hulla Martin, laborer, res 47 Buchanan. 

HuUare Samuel, teamster Fort Wayne Stave and Heading 
tory. 

Hulse Wm. L., machinist J. C. Bowser & Co., res 184 w Wayn 

Humbarger Jennie, domestic Henry Hussman. 

Humbert Alexander, laborer, res 18 Oak. 

Humbert James J., oil-refiner, bds 86 e Main. 

Humble J., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Huiuboldt Fire Iiisurauce Coiupaiiy of Newark, 
N. J., J. T. Losee agent, room 25^ Post Office Building. 

Humbrecht Hippolyte, cigar-maker L. Dessauer & Co., res s w 
cor Fourth and Calhoun. 

Humphrey Miss Amanda, bds 142 Montgomery. 

Humphrey George, (Cochrane, Humphrey & Co., res 175 w 
Berry. 

Humphrey Mrs. Henrietta, bds 142 Montgomery. 

Humphrey James, conductor F. W. , M. & C. R. R. , bds 
Henry McKinnie. 

Humphrey James A., carpenter, res 175 w Berry. 

Humphrey Jane, res 171 w Berry. 

Humphrey John W., engineer T., W. & W. Ry, res 18 Pine. 

Humphrey Mrs. Lucena W., res 15 Madison. 

Humphrey Miss Minnie, teacher Clay School, bds 175 w Berry. 

Humphrey Wm., machine hand, bds 144 Wallace. 

Humphrey Wm. S. , (Humphrey & Case) bds 142 Montgomery. 

Humsher B. F. , engineer P. F. W. & C. R. R. 

Hunsche Frederick, brewer Certia & Rankert. 

Hunt Edward, res 6 Smith. 

Hunt Edward, switchman, res 32 Buchanan. 

Hunt James, laborer, bds 6 Smith. 

Hunt John, plasterer, res 6 Smith. 

Hunt John, porter Mayer House, res same. 

Huntheim Jacob, laborer Schnelker, Beugnot &: Co. 

Huntsberry James A., painter, bds 389 Calhoun. 




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132 POLK, MURPHY & CO's 



Huntsberry John, peddler, res 389 Calhoun. 

Hunting Wm. H., engineer Fort Wayne Organ Co., res 16 
Henry. 

Huntsman William, blacksmith, res 387 Hanna. 

Hupp Mrs. EHzabeth, res 78 barr. 

Hurd Charles, foreman O. D. Hurd, bds 142 w Jefferson. 

Hurd Oriii D., sash, door and blind mnfr n s Canal near 
gas works, res 142 w Jefferson. See advt. 

Hurd Oscar, book-keeper O. D. Hurd, bds 142 w Jefferson. 

Hurlbert Frank, brakeman, bds 322 Calhoun. 

Hurley Daniel, head-waiter Aveline House. 

Hurtig Max, clerk V. Jacobson, bds 134 w Wayne. 

Hj/ser Louis, shoemaker E. Helmke, bds 182 Calhoun. 

^^uss Maggie, domestic Wm. H. Shuck. 

■iHusser Lena, domestic August Levi. 

Hussman Henry, laborer, res 203 Hanna. 

Hustmann Minnie, domestic Martin V. B. Spencer. 

Hutchison Alonzo M., plasterer, bds 360 e Washington, 

Hutchinson Augusta, seamstress, res 122 Fulton. 

Hutchinson Oliver G., tanner, bds Phillips House. 

Hutchinson Thomas J., foreman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
office, res 43 Brackenridge. 

Hutchison Van Renssallaer, produce dealer, res 309 e Wash- 
ington. 

Hutzell Charles, clerk Daniel Hutzell, bds 299 w Main. 

Hutzell I>aiiiel, grocer 297 w Main, res 299 w Main. 

Huxford Samuel H., telegraph operator W. U. T. office, res 
Spy Run ave. 

Huxoll August, clerk Henry Wiebke, bds 90 Barr. 

Hyde John, machinist P., F. W. & C. R. R., res es Fairfield 
ave n of Butler. 

Hyght James, foreman switch engines, bds 322 Calhoun. 

Hyle Jay, clerk Schenck & Falker 89 Calhoun. 



Iba Mrs. Elizabeth, res 129 Fairfield ave. 

Iba George, fireman T. , W. & W. Ry, bds 129 Fairfield ave. 

Iddingst Hiram, U. S. Pension Agent s w cor Main and 

Harrison, bds Mayer House. 
Imboden Isaac, cigar-maker Eckert & Ortmann, bds 86 e Main. 
Imbody Adam, turner, bds 80 Chicago. 
Imbody Charles, laborer Fort Wayne Stave & Heading Factory, 

bds 80 Chicago. 
Imbody Daniel, moulder Kerr Murray, bds 80 Chicago. 

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Imbody Mrs. Dorothy, res 80 Chicago. 

Immel Henry, saloon 246 Berry, res 45 w Main. 

Immel John, blacksmith, bds 314 e Wayne. 

Imperial Fire Ins. Co., of London, England, Irwin & 

Lumbard agents, 36 Calhoun. 
Imrie Miss Elizabeth J., teacher, res 150 Griffith. 
Indiana Conservatory of ]?Iusie„ Burgess Block, S. 

B. Morse, Director; J. C. Bartlett, Secretary. 
Indiana Ntaats Zeitung, John D. Sarnighausen, editor 

and proprietor, n e cor Columbia and Clinton. See advt. 
Indiana Stave Company, Schnelker, Beugnot & Co., 

proprietors, s w cor Garden and Henry. 
Indiana Volksfrennd, (German weekly) Rudolph Worch, 

proprietor, 82 Calhoun. 
Ingraham Titus S. , res 5 1 w Lewis. 

Inman Steamsliip I>ine, John Hough and D. C. Fish- 
er agents, 32 e Berry. 
Irey Alfred K. , clerk U. S. Express Co., res 186 Griffith. 
Irwin John, agent W. &. E. canal, bds 103 Berry. 
Irwin IDr. John S., (Irwin & Lumbard) res 241 w Main. 
Irwin Thomas, res 169 w Jefferson. 
Irwin <& l<umbard, (John S. Irwin, Sii^y C. Lumbard) 

insurance and real estate agents 36 Calhoun. See bottom lines. 
Israel Henry, blacksmith Charles Ehrman, 152 Ewing. 
Iten Mrs. Catharine, res 47 Buchanan. 
Iter Peter, laborer, res 22 John. 
Ives George, engineer, res 45 Grand. 



Jabas Emil, brick-mason, res 26 Nirdlinger ave. 

Jackson Andrew, shoemaker McNulty & Kayzer, res 193 Lafay- 
ette. 

Jackson Mrs. David D., boarding house 245 Calhoun. 

Jackson George, bds 28 n Cass. 

Jackson H., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Jackson I., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Jackson John, switchman P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 114 Fair- 
field ave. 

Jackson Kirby, engineer, res 55 Brackenridge. 

Jackson Peter, cook Central Hotel. 

Jackson Wm. T. , engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 30 Wilts. 

Jacob George, bartender H. Gerardin, res 28 e Columbia. 

Jacob George, laborer, res 22 Pritchard. 

Jacobs Andrew, baker Andrew J. Langohr, bds 122 Broadway. 

Mary Stewart Alpaccas, at Geo. DeWald & Go's. 



134 POLK, MURPHY & CO'S 

Jacobs Mrs. Caroline, res ii6 Madison. 

Jacobs Charles W. , baker 62 e Main, res same. 

Jacobs Elizabeth, domestic James W. Ryan. 

Jacobs Frederick, painter, res 68 w Washington. 

Jacobs John H. , (W. Jacobs & Son) res 50 e Berry. 

Jacobs Mary, domestic Edwin Evans. 

Jacobs Thomas J. , switchman, res 1 1 Gay. 

Jacobs Thomas R. , letter carrier No. 2, res s s Berry e of Clinton. 

Jacobs Whitman, watchman T., W. & W. Ry, res 53 Baker. 

Jacobs Wm. , (Jacobs & Son) res 50 e Berry. 

Jacobs W. 4& ^on, (Wm. and John H. ) boots and shoes 1 7 
Calhoun. 

Jacobson Victor, clothing 27 Calhoun, res 136 w Wayne. 

Jacoby Frederick, carpenter, res 103 Wallace. 

Jacoby George, (Jacoby & Weigand) res 78 Wallace. 

Jacoby & Weigand, (George Jacoby, Sabastian Weigand) 
doors, sash and blinds n w cor Wallace and Monroe. See 
advt. 

Jagar A., P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Jahn Edward, (Ehrmann & Jahn) res 337 w Washington. 

Jahr Frank, cabinet-maker J. M. Miller, res 235 Jackson. 

Jamison Richard, clerk T. , W. & W. Ry, bds David Taint. 

James Emile, brick-maker, bds 25 Smith. 

Jaques Jesse, conductor, bds 330 Calhoun. 

Jarrett Crenus F., truckman, res 198 Madison. 

Jasper F., carpenter P., Ft. W., & C. R. R. Shop. 

Jasper George, Stophlet Bros., res 51 w Washington. 

Jautz Charles, laborer, res 113 High. 

Jefferds Oliver W., (French, Hanna & Co.) res 131 e Wayne. 

Jenison Emile, asst. editor Indiana Volksfreund, bds Hamilton 
House. 

Jenison Wm. T., attorney at law 44 Calhoun, bds Hamil- 
ton House. 

Jenkinsou Emma B., bds Sturgis House. 

Jenkinson Joseph J. , (Rockhill & Jenkinson) bds Sturgis House. 

Jenne Gottleib, laborer., res 12 Gay. 

Jennings John, res Sturgis House. 

Jennings Mrs. Marie, res Sturgis House. 

Jenson Soren, case-maker, res w of Calhoun near city limits. 

Jerman Anthony S., fancy dyer 59 w Water, res same. 

Jerome Mrs. Mary Ann, res 5 Brandriff. 

Jessel Henry, brick-layer, res 31 Taylor. 

Jester Wm. T., fireman, res 299 Harrison. 

Jewell Samuel, fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 177 e Lewis. 

Jocquel John J., glass and tinware 170 Calhoun, res same. 

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Jocquel Louis, bookseller and stationer 170 Calhoun, res 15 w 

Washington. 
John F., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
John Mary, domestic M. E. Woodward. 
John Nichols, tailor, res 16 Nirdlinger ave. 
John W., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Johns Alfred L. , (A. S. Johns & Sons) res 19 Monroe. 
Johns A., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R, Shop. 
Johns Charles, mechanic P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 17 Hood. 
Johns D. P., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Johns Garrett, harness-maker, res 180 e Wayne. 
Johns Herman A., (A. N. Ehle & Co.) res n s Nirdlinger ave w 

Broadway. 
Johns Jasper W., student, bds 103 Wilts. 
Johns Nichols, carpenter, res 17 Hood. 
Johns W., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Johns A. S. & Son, (Alfred S. and Alfred L.)harness-makers 69 e 

Main. 
Johnson Alexander, laborer, res 347 Lafayette. 
Johnson Almedia, cook Summit City House. 
Johnson Augustine, engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 157 

Holman. 
Johnson Elias, peddlers' supplies 253 Calhoun, res 15 Douglass 

ave. 
Johnson Mrs. E. A., res 18 w Columbia. 

Johnson Frank, Conservatory of Music, bds Farmers' Exchange. 
Johnson Fred, polisher N. G. Olds & Sons, bds 63 Baker. 
Johnson Fred C. , polisher, bds 144 Wallace. 
Johnson George, fireman P., F. W. & C. R R., res 13 Durye. 
Johnson George W., brakeman, bds 330 Calhoun. 
Johnson Gerhart, laborer, res 313 e Washington. 
Johnson G. , laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 
Johnson Henry, laborer, bds 256 e AVashington. 
Johnson Herman, blacksmith, res 256 e Washington. 
Johnson Horace P., watches and jewelry 252 Calhoun, res 16 

Holman. 
Johnson Mrs. H., res 91 e Main. 
Johnson Isaac, watchman, res 59 Oakley. 
Johnson James, servant Henry McKinnie. 
Johnson John W., clerk Stophlet Bros., res 309 w Washington. 
Johnson Lorin A., teamster, res 34 Baker. 
Johnson Lucy, domestic Aveline House. 
Johnson Mary, domestic Montgomery Hamilton. 
Johnson Matilda, res 55 e Columbia. 
Johnson Peter H., blacksmith, res 144 Wallace. 

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Johnson Theodore, laborer, res 88 w Water. 

Johnson Theodore E., laborer, res 20 w Water. 

Johnson Wm. H. , fireman T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Johnston John W., jointer Stave Factory, bds 347 Lafayette. 

Johnston Robert T. , traveling salesman Carnahan, Skinner & 

Co., bds Central Hotel. 
Johnston Wm. jr., book-keeper Coombs & Co., bds Hamilton 

House. 
Jones Mrs. Annie S., res 239 e Wayne. 
Jones Charles E., clerk Recorder's office, res 146 Jackson. 
Jones David W., printer n w cor Main and Calhoun, res w s 

Thompson ave opp Maple ave. 
Jones Edward S., engineer R, F. W. & C. R. R., bds 235 La- 
fayette. 
Jones Frederick, hack-driver, bds 94 e Berry. 
Jones George W., assistant clerk County Clerk's office, res 146 

Jackson. 
Jones Harvey P., printer Gazette Printing Co., bds Sturgis 

House. 
Jones John, laborer, res 107 w Jefferson. 
Jones John, machinist, res 6 Butler. 
Jones Jonathan P. , clerk Gilbert House. 
Jones Joseph H., physician 320 w Jefferson, res same. 
Jones J. M. , hack-driver Fletcher & Powers, bds 94 e Berry. 
Jones Levi M., (Walter & Jones) attorney at law i McDougal, 

res 159 w Washington. 
Jones Mrs. Mary, res 53 w Water. 
Jones Mrs. Nancy G. , res 49 Harmon. 

Jones Robert, conductor T., W. & W. Ry, res 123 Williams. 
Jones Robert D., clerk Harper &.Co., bds 163 e Wayne. 
Jones Silas C, school-teacher, res 343 w Jefferson. 
Jones Thomas, check-clerk T., W. & W. Ry, res 30 Pine. 
Jones Wm. F., engineer, res 335 w Jefferson. 
Jones Wm. H., attorney, bds 103 w Berry. ^ 
Jonn Andrew, laborer, res 248 e Jefferson. 
Jonison Thomas, machinist T. , W. & W. Ry. 
Jordon Elihu H., (colored) barber 37 e Columbia, res 281 e 

Washington. 
Jordan Nixon, (colored) barber 189 Lafayette, res 281 e Wash- 
ington. 
Joslin Wm. H., salesman Coombs & Co., res 175 Clinton. 
Josse Jolm IWE., physician and surgeon 54 Calhoun, res 138 

Wells. 
Jourdain Celestine, saloon 100 Maumee, res same. 
Judd Luther, apprentice T., W. & W. Ry, bds 202 w Jefferson. 

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Judkins Hiram B. , engineer Hoffman Bros., res 208 Broadway. 

Judkins James, machinist, res 73 William. 

Jules Simon, machinist T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Julian Mary, domestic Sturgis House. 

Juliard Mary, domestic John McCartney. 

Jupp George, book-keeper J. C. Wilmot, res 87 e Washington. 

Jurgens Wm., machinist, bds 178 Barr. 

Kaag Frederick, traveling salesman H. J. Trentman & Bro., res 
n w cor Second and Cass. 

Kaag Jacob, clerk H. N. Ward, res 109 Barr. 

Kabisch Julius, saloon 12 w Main, res same.. 

Kabisch Rudolph, butcher, res 182 Fairfield ave. 

Kack J., laborer R, F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Kaessens C. , carpenter P. , F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Kagle Mrs. Kate, dressmaking 128 Calhoun, res same. 

Kahles John, cooper Fred Clay, bds 240 w Main. 

Kahlmann Julius, laborer, res 271 w Washington. 

Kahough Wm., traveling salesman S. S. Smick, bds 64 Barr. 

Kaiser Dedrick, laborer, res 148 Broadway. 

Kaiser Ernst, carpenter, res 186 e Lewis. 

Kaiser Frederick, tailor, res 9 n Cass. 

Kaiser George, tailor N. B. Young & Co., res n of Blooming- 
dale. 

Kalb Abraham, fireman, res 38 William. 

Kalb A. S., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Kalbacher Anton, flour, feed and provisions 286 Calhouh, 
res 234 e Wayne. 

Kaliker J. sr., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Kalthrof Frederick, laborer T., W. & W. Ry. 

Kalthrof Henry, laborer T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Kameier Louisa, domestic George Esmond. 

Kamm John J., postmaster, res 112 e Main. 

Kammaar Henry, laborer, res 21 Barthold. 

Kamp George, machinist P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 32 Col- 
erick. 

Kampe Adolph, book-keeper, res — w Lewis. 

Kampe Charles A., book-keeper F. Eckert & Co., res 52 w 
Lewis. 

Kampe Gustave, teacher, bds 52 w Lewis. 

Kamphues Mrs. Mary, res 126 w Washington. 

Kamphus Helen, waitress George Fox, bds 25 e Main. 

Kane Mrs Hannah, res 50 w Berry. 

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Kane James M., (James M. Kane & Bro.) res 50 w Berry. 

Kane Katy, domestic Mrs. Catharine Belknap. 

Kane P. Henry, (James M. Kane & Bro.) res 66 w Main. 

Kane Thomas, brakeman, bds 6 Kansas. 

Kane Thomas H., clerk F. W., M. & C. R. R. freight-office, 
bds 28 n Cass. 

Kane James OT. & Bro., (James M. & P. Henry) notions, 
toys and fancy goods 1 9 Calhoun. 

Kaneg John, carpenter, bds 7 McClellan. 

Kanne Frederick, contractor and builder 85 e Columbia, res 33 
Madison. 

Kanne Frederick, clerk Dreier & Bro., res 33 Madison. 

Kanne Henry, clerk C. Orff & Bro., res 33 Madison. 

Kanney John, mason, res 88 Henry. 

Kanning Elizabeth, domestic D. S. Alexander. 

Kanning F., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Kanning Wm., (Kanning & Co.) res 56 e Wayne. 

Kanning & Co., (Wm. Kanning, Wm. Witter) grocers 84 Barr. 

Kapp John, upholsterer A. J. Emerick, res w of city limits. 

Kappel Henry, boiler-maker res 169 Montgomery. 

Kappel J.^ helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Karck Charles, sawyer J. & K. Baker, res w s Main. 

Karns David M., marble-cutter Underbill & Congdon, bds 128 
Calhoun. 

Karns Lewis, carpenter, bds 128 Calhoun. 

Karns L. J., traveling salesman Meyer Bros. & Co., res War- 
saw, Indiana. 

Karst Charles E. , trunk-maker, bds 7 1 Wells. 

Kassan Wm., laborer, res 170 e Washington. 

Kassans Nicholas, bds 161 e Washington. 

Kavanaugh Thomas, salesman Coombs & Co., res 62 Griffith. 

Kay John, machinist T., W. & W. Ry, bds 140 Holman. 

Kay Walter, boiler-maker T., W. & W. Ry. 

Kayser Conrad, carpenter, res 43 Second. 

Kayzer Frederick, (McNulty & Kayzer) res 115 Madison. 

Keagle Leo, servant Henry McKinnie. 

Keckstein Joseph, laborer Lamley & Rosenthal. 

Keefe David, laborer, bds 6 Kansas. 

Keefe John, conductor, bds 6 Kansas. 

Keefer Christ, (S. Keller & Co.) res 25 West. 

Keefer George, brakeman, bds 59 Grand. 

Keegan Frank, fireman, bds 402 Calhoun. 

Keegan H. H., assistant clerk P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Keegan J. E., machinist P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Keegan O. H., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

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Keegan Wm., sheet-iron worker Roberts & Zollinger, res 121 e 
Washington. 

Keeler Henry, laborer, res 271 Webster. 

Kegelmann Julius, upholster A. J. Emerick, res 271 w Wash- 
ington. 

Kehnlein M., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Kehoe James, teamster, res 63 McClellan. 

Keil David S. , (Keil & Bro.) res 145 w Water. 

Keil Frederick W. , (Keil & Bro.) res 145 w Water. 

Keil Louis D. , (Keil & Bro.) res 145 w Water. 

Keil M., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

iteil «& Bro., (Frederick W., David S. & Louis D.) books 
and stationery, wholesale and retail, 3 Keystone Block. 

Keiser Charles, blacksmith, res s s All«n n of Calhoun. 

Keiser G. George, tailor, res w s Hench s of Beck. 

Keith Isaac, foreman J. Burkholder, res w s Jackson, nr Wayne. 

Keith Robert F. , supt Fort Wayne Organ Factory, bds Hanna 
House. 

Kelkenney John, salesman Ellsworth, Andrew & Co., res 98 
Douglas avenue. 

Kelker Anthony, engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 174 
Griffith. 

Kelker George, assistant foreman, res 184 Francis. 

Kelker Henry, hostler Fletcher & Powers, res 232 Lafayette. 

Kelker Samuel, engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 98 Mont- 
gomery. 

Kelker W. C, helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Kellar Amos, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Keller C^liarles, propr City File Works 224 w Main, res 
same. See advt. 

Keller Charles jr., file-maker, res 224 w Main. 

Keller George, teamster, res 298 Hanna. 

Keller H., blacksmith P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Keller Joseph, cigar-maker 98 Barr, bds 97 Barr. 

Keller Lizzie, domestic H. C. Schrader. 

Keller Sebastian, (S. Keller & Co.) res 313 w Washington. 

Keller S. & Co., (Sebastian Keller, Frederick Roth, Christ Ree- 
fer) stone contractors 94 Pearl. 

Kellerbcrger Mrs. Frances, res 93 Barr. 

Kelley Daniel, laborer, res 206 e Wayne. 

Kelley Dennis, laborer T., W. & W. Ry. 

Kelley John, laborer, bds 3 Railroad. 

Kelley J., brakeman, res 16 Holman. 

Kelley Michael, book-keeper Allen Hamilton & Co., res e 
Washington. 



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Kelley Michael, saloon 270 Calhoun, res same. 

Kelley Oliver, brakeman P. , F. W. & C. R. R. , res Holman. 

Kelley Wm. H., barber no Broadway, res same. 

Kellogg Douglas E., traveling salesman C. Orff & Co., bds 

Hanna House. 
Kellogg J. H., engineer R, F. W. & C. R. R. 
Kellogg W., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Kelly Anna, waitress Oyster Bay restaurant, res same. 
Kelly Christopher, City Marshal, res 47 e Washington. 
Kelly Mrs. EHzabeth, res e s Webster n of Baker. 
Kelly James, boiler-maker T. , W. & W. Ry. 
Kelly John, helper, res 313 Harrison. 
Kelly John, laborer T., W. & W. Ry, res 17 Bass. 
Kelly Patrick, laborer, res 9 Walnut. 
Kelly Samuel, sawyer, bds 25 Broadway. 
Kelly Thomas F., foreman, res 108 Douglass. 
Kelly Timothy, foreman, res 20 Brandriff. 
Kelly Timothy, laborer, res e s Webster near city limits. 
Kelly Wm., fireman, res 259 e Jefferson. 
Kelsey Abner A., constable, res 7 & 9 Calhoun. 
Melsey Mrs. Abmer A.,dress-maker 7 & 9 Calhoun, res same. 
Kelsey James T., meat-market 22 Harrison, res 10 miles 

s w city limits. See advt. 
Kempf Wm., grocery and bakery, res 17 High. 
Kendall George, brakeman, bds Harmon House. 
Kendel John H., conductor G. R. & I. R. R., res 64 Chicago. 
Keneman Frederick, carpenter, res 161 Hanna. 
Kenerche Sophia, waitress Robinson House. 
Kenlan W. , laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 
Kenlein Adam, butcher Geo. W. Welch, res 90 Fairfield ave. 
Kenlward F. A., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Kennedy Belle, domestic Joseph Oddou. 
Kennedy Charles, butcher, bds 114 Butler. 
Kenney Michael, laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 23 Henry. 
Kenon Mary, chambermaid Aveline House. 
Kenower Miss Clara, bds Thos. R. Pickard. 
Kens John, policeman, res 293 Hanna. 
Kedsill G. A., machinist P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Kensill John C, boiler-maker, res 179 Hanna. 
Kent John, fireman, bds 282 Harrison. 
Renting M., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Kenuth August, laborer, bds 361 Lafayette. 
Kenworthy W. J., bds Robinson House. 
'Kenzle Christopher teamster, res s s Huffman w of Wells. 
Keplinger Jacob, engineer, res 62 Chicago. 



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Keppler George, porter J. B. White, res '26 Gay. • 

Kerbeck Fred, laborer stave factory, res e s Gay near southern 

city Hmits. 
Kerchner Pauline, res 237 Lafayette. 
Kern Jacob J., book-keeper Meyer Bros. & Co., res 109 w 

Washington. 
Kernick James, fireman T. , W. & W. Ry. 
Kerr Joseph brakeman P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 106 Barr. 
Kerr 'Wm. J., attorney at law n w cor Main and Calhoun, 

res s e cor Calhoun and Pontiac. 
Kessen N., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Kessen W., laborer P., F.W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Kessenich Herman J., tailor J. M. Clark, bds Steuben House. 
Kestel Peter P., musical instruments 130 Calhoun, res same. 
Kester Walter, engineer T. , AV. & W. Ry, bds 126 Williams. 
Ketcher John, laborer, res 23 Charles. 
Ketchum Walter, blacksmith, res 235 Lafayette. 
Ketker Frederick, blacksmith, res 18 Lavina. 
Kettler Conrad, upholsferer A. J. Emerick, bds 205 e Jefferson. 
Kettler Wm., (Wolf & Kettler) res 205 e Jefferson. 
Kensch J., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Keys A. B. , (Keys 8z: Macdonald) res 250 Calhoun. 
Keys Clayton H., wheel-maker, res 322 Lafayette. 
Keys John R., brick-layer, res 80 Calhoun. 
Keys Taylor, conductor T., W. & W. Ry, res 19 Holman. 
Keys & Macdonald, (A. B. Keys and D. H. Macdonald) saloon 

250 Calhoun. 
Keyser Ernst, laborer, bds 197 Ewing. 
Keyser Fred, boiler-maker, res w s John near southern city 

limits. 
Keyser Jacob, painter, res w of Calhoun, near city limits. 
Kezkstein Joseph, vinegar factory, bds 91 e Washington. 
Kibbons Edward, conductor T., W. & W. Ry, bds 305 Har- 
rison. 
Kibler Abraham, cooper, bds 120 w Water. 
Kickley Joseph, moulder, res 78 Williams. 
Kiefer Adolph, tinsmith, bds 185 Ewing. 
Kiefer Christian, (C. & G. H. Kiefer) res 27 Wall. 
Kiefer George, res 27 Wall. 

Kiefer George H., (C. & G. H. Kiefer) res 29 Wall. 
Kiefer Henry, clerk, res 185 Ewing. 
Kiefer Philip F. , carpenter, bds 27 Wall. 
Kiefer C. & G. H., (Christian and George H.) carpenters n s 

Lavina e of Broadway. 
Kiefhaber George, carpenter, res 168 VanBuren. 

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Kiel Wm. , clerk, bds 49 Douglass ave. 

Kierspe Charles, machinist T., W. & W. Ry, res 39 Locust. 

Kiess John, clerk A. S. Evans & Co., bds 161 Ewing. 

Kikly Mrs. Frances, res 90 Chicago. 

Kikly Isidore, brakeman, bds 90 Chicago. 

Kikly Joseph, brass moulder T., W. & W. Ry. 

Kile Jacob, engineer T., W. & W. Ry., res 418 Broadway. 

Kiley John, switchman P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 33 Coler- 

ick. 
Kiley Mrs. Mary, res 33 Colerick. 
Kilkerney John, teamster, bds 74 Douglass ave. 
Killen Williams, blacksmith, res 151 Wallace. 
Killian Miss Ella, dress-maker Mrs. M. H. Gilchrist, res 186 

Griffith. 
Kimball Benjamin H., carpenter, res 29 West. 
Kimball Edward I., conductor P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 42 

Bass. 
Kimball Fred N., printer, bds 87 Barr. 
Kimball ISaiiiuel W., music teachfer, res 87 Barr. 
Kimmel Michael, laborer, res 257 Hanna. 
Kimmey Mrs. Mary, res s s e Berry w of Harmer. 
Kimmey Theodore, carpenter, bds s s e Berry w of Harmer. 
Kincade Wm. A., engineer T., W. & W. Ry, res 29 NirdUng- 

Ker ave. 
Kinerk John, boarding house 19 Baker. 
Kinerk Mary, bds 19 Baker. 
King D., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
King George W., engineer T., W. & W. Ry, bds 47 Bass. 
King George E., machinist, res 125 Montgomery. 
King Jacob, res 62 Clinton. 
King John T., harness-maker, res 41 Harrison. 
King Moses, (colored) res 229 e Wayne. 
King Patrick, brakeman, bds 322 Calhoun. 
King Peter, candy-maker Huestis & Hamilton, res e Main. 
King Mrs. Rachel, res 62 Clinton. 
King Victor, laborer, res 256 e Jefferson. 
King Wm. , laborer Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 
King Wm. jr., boiler-maker, bds 335 e Washington. 
King Wm. sr., boiler-maker, res 335 e Washington. 
Kinley Frederick, car driver, res 235 e Jefferson. 
Kinnan John M., res 392 Calhoun. 
Kinsell J. C, boiler-maker P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Kinsey Jacob J., barber 17 w Columbia, res 199 w Wayne. 
Kintz Alexander, brick-layer, res n w cor Fourth and Harrison. 
Kintz Ambros, brick-layer, bds n w cor Fourth and Harrison. 

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Kincz John, carpenter, res 174 Montgomery. 

Kintz John, poHceman, res Hanna. 

Kinz PhiHp, saloon, 310 Lafayette, res same. 

Kio Mrs. Julia, res 300 Hanna. 

Kirchner Gottlieb, clerk Brandriff, Prescott & Co., res 43 Wilt. 

Kirkby John, engineer T., W. & W. Ry, res 212 Broadway. 

Kirkby John E., tress hoop-maker, res 37 Colerick. 

Kirkby Richard, conductor T., W. & W. Ry. 

Kirkand John, horse dealer, res 7 6 Madison. 

Kirkoff Mrs. Caroline, res 157 Broadway. 

Kirkspie Charles, machinist T., W. & W. Ry. 

Kiser Anton, tailor, res 252 w Jefferson. 

Kiser Byron, with Peter Kiser. 

Kiser Charles, blacksmith T., W. & W. Ry. 

Kiser Frank, clerk P. Kiser, res 70 w Wayne. 

Kiser Frederick, boiler-maker T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Kiser Myron D., clerk P. Kiser, res 70 w Wayne. 

Kiser Peter, general store 25 Calhoun, res 70 w Wayne. 

KitchelL. , agent N. G. Olds & Son, res Canandaigua, N. Y. 

Klaebn «f olm J., mnfr and dealer in furniture 42 and 44 
w Main, res 5 Pearl. See advt. 

Klain Charles, laborer, res 75 Lafayette. 

Klansmith Wm., laborer, res 39 Marion. 

Klee John, painter, res 378 e Washington. 

Kleina Henry, apprentice G. Fledderman. 

Kleinegees Mrs. Henrietta, res 170 Lafayette. 

Kleiner John, saloon 119 w Jefferson, res same. 

Kleiner Jobu P., butcher James T. Kelsey, res 158 Grif- 
fith. 

Kleingias Mattie, domestic M. Hamilton. 

Kleinsmith Wm., laborer T., W. & W. Ry. 

Klenkel Michael, laborer, res 202 Ewing. 

Klenkenberger J., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Klett Jacob, foreman, res 24 Hood. 

Kley Frederick, cooper 244 w Main, res 240 w Main. 

Kley Frederick, jr., cooper Fred Kley, res 240 w Main. 

Klieber Mrs. Barbara, res 297 Hanna. 

Kline Charles, laborer, res 16 Madison. 

Kline Frederick, clerk W. Jacobs & Son, res s w cor Jefferson 
and VanBuren. 

Kline Jacob, grocer 30 e Columbia, res 118 e Berry. 

Kline Jacob, teamster Clark & Rhinesmith Lumber Co., res 112 
Fairfield ave. 

Kline James L., stripper L. Dessauer & Co., res 130 w Jef- 
ferson. 

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Kline J., !ireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Kline Milton F.^ stripper L. Dessauer & Co., res 130 w Jef- 
ferson. 

Kline Peter, clerk, res 130 VanBuren. 

Kline Peter, clerk J. Kline, res 118 e Berry. 

Klinemiller Henry, laborer, res 55 Madison. 

Kliner John P., butcher, res 158 Griffith. 

Klingberger John, laborer, res 65 Charles. 

Klinger Isaac, teamster, res bet w Water st and canal. 

Klinger James E., hack-driver, res 57 w Water. 

Klinger Hadisou C, saloon 27 Clinton, res same. 

Klingmann John, drover, res 373 Lafayette. 

Klinke Conrad, laborer T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Klipper George, baker C. W. Jacobs, bds 62 e Main. 

Klipper John, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Klix Mrs. P., hair-dresser s e cor Calhoun and Columbia, res 
same. 

Klopper Henry, watchman T., W. & W. Ry Shop. 

Klotz Daniel, grocer, 372 Calhoun, res same. 

Klug Gregor, boots and shoes 194 Hanna, res same. 

Klug Katie, domestic John Leichner. 

Klug Martin, carpenter, res 293 e Wayne. 

Kluppie Johannis H., mason, bds 327 Hanna. 

Kluppie John G., spoke-maker, res 327 Hanna. 

Knabel Mrs. Mary, res i Bass. 

Knapp Alvin, dental student, res Isaac Knapp. 

Knapp Eugene, baker J. Brecht, bds 48 Columbia. 

Knapp Isaae, M. I>., 1>. I>. S., dentist 36 e Berry, res 
e s Fairfield ave s of Creighton ave. See advt. 

Knapp Wm. B., dentist I. Knapp, res e s Fairfield ave, s of 
Creighton. 

Knecht Phrene, domestic Charles Hanna. 

Knecht Samuel, agent Franz & Pope's Knitting Machines 118 
Broadway. 

Knight John, book-binder, bds 231 Barr. 

Knight W., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Knoder John, (Fitzgibbons & Knoder) res 198 Broadway. 

Knoes Charles, chair-finisher Reese & Co. 

Knoll Henry, machinist T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Knoll Julia, domestic Cyrus K. Fairfield. 

Knoll Wm. H., machinist, res 207 Broadway. 

Knothe Julius A., (Beaver, Miller & Co.) res 51 e Jefferson. 

Koch Adam, laborer, res 34 John. 

Koch Christian, grain-buyer res 45 w Jefferson. 

Koch Christian, machinist, res 40 w Lewis. 

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Koch Elize, domestic John S. Irwin. 

Koch F. J., mechanic Peters' Box Factory. 

Koch Henry, cigar-maker Henry W. Ortmann, res 217 e Wash- 
ington. 

Koch Jolm B., groceries, provisions, &c. 124 e Washing- 
ton, res 118 e Washington. 

Koch John., j*V nmfr of harness, saddles, briddles and 
collars 43^2 Columbia, res n e cor Barr and Wayne. 

Koch Johii ME., Recorder Allen County, office Court House, 

Koch Lizzie, domestic Byron Minor, 
res 152 Calhoun. 

Koch Maggie, (Koch & Nitche) res 152 Calhoun. 

Koch, Kuhne & Barton, (John M. Koch, F. W. Kuhne, Charles 
M. Barton) abstracts of titles, office Court House. 

Koch & Nitche, (Maggie Koch, Clara Nitche) fancy goods 150 
Calhoun. 

Kochlinger Peter, Street Commissioner, res t6o e Jefferson. 

Kocks A., helper P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Kocks Frank, laborer, res 27 High. 

Kocks Henry, shoemaker E. Helmke, res 27 High. 

Koeble John C, saloon 41 Main, res e of city limits. 

Koegle Christian, saloon 173 Broadway, res 54 Lavina. 

Koenig Rev. Edward, pastor St. Paul Catholic church, 
res 138 w Washington. 

Koenig Mrs. Elizabeth, bds 138 w Washington. 

Koenig Frederick, clerk Frank & Thanhouser, res 335 e Wash- 
ington. 

Koenig John, cabinet-maker Arnold, res 7 McClellan. 

Koenig Miss Terrace, bds 138 w Washington. 

Koepf Jacob, teamster E. Vordermark & Sons, res 191 e Wash- 
ington. 

Koester Barney, tanner Manok & Koester, bds 160 Calhoun. 

Koester Christian, laborer, res 151 Harrison. 

Koester Frank, tanner, res 160 Calhoun. 

Koester John, boots and shoes 160 Calhoun, res same. 

Koester Martin, pattern-maker Kerr Murray, bds t6o Calhoun. 

Koffman Mrs. Matilda, school teacher, bds 53 w Wayne. 

Kohlbach John, laborer, res 385 e Wayne. 

Kohlbacher Adam, laborer, res 65 Force. 

Kohler Daniel, engineer, res e s Calhoun s of Creighton ave. 

Kohlis August, mason, res 98 Maumee. 

Kohlis Christ, mason, res 421 e Washington. 

Kohn Wm., shoemaker, res 217 e Jefferson. 

Kohnlein Michael, machinist, res 1S3 w Jefferson. 

Kohrmann Andrew, tailor, res 312 e Wayne. 

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146 POLK, MURPHY & CO'S 



Kolb George A., (Butler & Kolb) res 202 w Wayne. 

Kolb John A., chair-maker, res 83 Montgomery. 

Koliker J. jr., blacksmith P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Kolthoff Frederick, laborer, res 23 Wall. 

Komp Daniel, carpenter, res. 141 Henry. 

Koopman H., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Koopman F., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Koorsen Jacob, laborer, res t68 Holman. 

Kopp Henry, laborer Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Kope M., moulder Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Korn John, laborer, bds 22 Pritchard. 

Korn John, shoe-maker, res 130 VanBuren. 

Korte Frederick, carpenter, res 65 Maumee. 

Kott Henrietta, domestic A. H. Hamilton. 

Kouths Rosa, domestic George D. Crane. 

Kover Obadiah J., (Kover and Rivers) res 36 w Washington. 

liover & Rivers, (Obadiah J. Kover, Charles Rivers) house, 

sign and fresco painters n e cor Main and Calhoun. See back 

cover. 
Kozh Anton, laborer, res 57 w Lewis. 
Kozh Henry, sr., res 58 w Lewis. 
Krabbenschmidt Edward, laborer, bds 178 Barr. 
Krackmann Frederick, painter, bds 344 e Wayne. 
Krackmann Michael, painter, res 344 e Wayne. 
Kraft Frederick, carpenter 317 Lafayette. 
Kraft Frederick, laborer, res ^;^;^ e Lewis. 
Krah Christian, mason, res 159 Griffith. 
Krak John, laborer, res 364 e Wayne. 

Kramer Bernard, cutter John G. Fledderman, res 49 e Madison. 
Kramer Charles, fireman T., W. & W. Ry, res 46 Walnut. 
Kramer Christian, salesman Root & Company, res 350.6 Wayne. 
Kramer Elenor, cook Charles McCuUoch. 
Kramer Matthias, slater, res 465 Lafayette. 
Kramer Wm., laborer, res 147 Madison. 
Kramer Wm., moulder, res 350 e Wayne. 
Kranzmann Henry, res s s Pontiac w of Lafayette. 
Kratzsch (Charles, clerk Rothschild & Bro., res 16 w Wayne. 
Kratzsch Emil, clerk Frank & Thanhouser, res 15 w Wayne. 
K.retxs€*li Henuan, fancy goods 86 Calhoun, res 15 w 

Wayne. 
Kratzsch Hermen, harness-maker L. Traub, res 15 Wayne. 
Kratzsch Herman, saloon 115 w Wayne, res same. 
Krauhs Charles, shoemaker, res 32 Lavina. 
Krause Nathan, canvassing agent Singer M'f'g Co., res e s s 

Biroadway s of city limits. 



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Kraiis Charles, shoemaker Conrad Braiier, res 32 Lavina. 

Krauser Henry, laborer, res 62 Williams. 

Kready John, saloon 26 w Main, res same. 

Krebble Louis, teamster, res 55 Wells. 

Kreckmann Jacob, painter, res 358 e Wayne. 

Kreg George, marble-polisher, res 106 Butler. 

Krehmel Christian, carpenter, res 55 Douglass ave. 

Kress Michael, laborer, res 29 Pine. 

Kresz Eistouf, laborer, res 133 Henry. 

Krevet Ferdinand, tanner, bds 132 Wells. 

Kridler Christian, engineer Ranke, Yergens & Co. , res 119.W 
Water. 

Krieg George, polisher, res 106 Butler. 

Krimer, F., painter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Krimmel C. , carpenter P. , F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Krimmel Julius, clerk Henry Newberger. res 55 Douglass ave. 

Kroasenkar Christian, res 149 Wells. 

Krock John, wood-worker Fort Wayne Steel Plow Works, res 
^ 95 Clay. 

Kromer Gottlieb, bolt-equalizer Ranke, Yergens & Co., res 104 
St. Mary ave. 

Kromholts John, wood-carver, bds 26 Clinton. 

Krommeller George, laborer, res 43 Taylor. 

Kronmeller Leonard, cooper, res 103 n Cass. 

Krosch Frederich, (Wm. Theil & Co.) res 345 e Lewis. 

Krudop John B., (Beaver, Miller & Co.) res 29 w Jefierson. 

Krueger August C, book-keeper Siemon & Bro. , bds Robinson 
House. 

Krueper Augustus E. , clerk McCulloch &: Richey, res 82 e 
Berry. 

KruU Rudolph, laborer, res 266 e Washington. 

Krumelz John, frame-maker, bds cor Columbia and Clinton. 

Kruse Charles, tailor J- G. Fledderman, res 103 Maumee. 

Kruse C, helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Kruse Ernst H., laborer, res 55 DeWald cor Webster. 

Kruse E. , carpenter T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Kruse Henry, laborer, res 161 Montgomery. 

Kruse John F. , res 20 Wall. 

Kruse Louis V., bds 20 Wall. 

Kruser H., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Krusey Henry, carpenter, res 415 e Wayne. 

Kucher Miss Caroline, bds 212 w Washington. 

Kucher Rev. John, pastor St. John's German Evangelical Luthe- 
ran church, res 212 w Washington. 

Kuckuck August, laborer T., W. & W. Ry. 

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Kuentzell F., machinist Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Kufus Julius, machinist T., W. & W. Ry, bds 18 Colerick. 

Kuhne F. W., deputy Auditor's office, res 124 w Jefferson. 

Kukkuck Joseph, shoemaker, res 45 Calhoun. 

Kull Fred G., clerk H. G. Wagner, res 205 High. 

Kull Gottlieb, laborer, res s s Huffman w of Wells. 

Kull John, laborer, res s s Huffman w of Wells. 

Kummer Albert, seat-maker N. G. Olds & Sons, res 114 
Creighton ave. 

Kunkle E. B., machinist P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Kunsman Rosa, domestic S. C. Evans. 

Kuntz Adam, drover, res 25 Butler.- 

Kuntz George H., harness-maker, S. H. Shoaff, res 25 Butler." 

Kunz Andrew, engineer, res 212 Francis. 

Kunz G., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Kunz Jacob, machinist T., W. & W. Ry, res 270 w Jeffer- 
son. 

Kunz Philip, laborer, res 34 Force. 

Kurtz Catherine, res 65 Melita. 

Kurtz Mrs. Margaret, res 65 Melita. 

Kuster Henry (Kuster & McLane) res bet w Water and the 
canal. 

Kuster & McLane, (Henry Kuster and Patrick McLane) ashery 
bet w Water and Canal. 

Kuttner Henry J., salesman Root & Company, res 239 e Jef- 
ferson. 

Kuttner Joseph, car-repairer, res 239 e Jefferson. 

Kyle Abram P., (A. P. Kyle & Co.) res n s Beck w of Flor- 
ence. 

Kyle Wm., laborer Schnelker, Bugnot & Co., res n s Broadway 
n of Henry. 

Kyle Wm. B., (A. P. Kyle & Co.) res Broadway. 

Kyle A. P. & Co., (Abram P. Kyle, Wm. B. Kyle) pump 
mnfrs and repairs 133 Calhoun. 



Lade Gustave, gunsmith 63 e Main, bds 91 Washington. 
I^adies' Bazaar, Alexander Mergentheim propr, 21 Cal- 
houn. 
Laedolph Conrad, clerk, bds 170 Lafayette. 
Laemmle John, pottery 284 w Main, res 293 w Main. 
Laepple Christian, carpenter, res 51 Grand. 
Laesreng Charles, mason, res w s Franklin ave n of Huffman. 
Laffin John, laborer, res 66 Chicago. 

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Lafraz Henry, laborer, res 294 w Jefferson. 

Lagerman H. , helper P. , F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Lagerman R., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Lahman David, drayman, res 137 Wallace. 

Lahmayer Henry, saloon 195 Lafayette, res 180 Montgomery. 

Lahmeyer Daniel, res 272 w Jefferson. 

Lahmeyer John, carpenter, res 61 w Lewis. 

Lahrman Jacob, (Lahrman & Thompson) res 88 Columbia. 

L.a]iriuau & Tlioiupsoii, (Jacob Lahrman, Milo Thomp- 
son) horse-shoers 88 Columbia. 

Laible Christian, bartender Ulrich Stotz, bds 21 e Main. 

Laible Christian, laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 4 Henry. 

Laidlaw John, slate-roofer, bds s e cor Samuel and John. 

Laidlaw Peter C, slate-roofer, res s e cor Samuel and John. 

Laidlaw Walter, jr., slate-roofer, beds s e cor Samuel and John. 

Lalumier E., engineer T., W. & W. Ry. 

Lamarche John, laborer, res 301 w Jefferson. 

Lamb David, Supt. water works T., W. & W. Ry, res 181 Fair- 
field ave. 

Lamb George, fireman, bds 46 Chicago. 

Lambert Henry, jr., clerk G. DeWald & Co., res 197 e Jeffer- 
son. 

Lambert Henry, sr., clerk G. DeWald & Co., res 197 e Jeffer- 
son. 

Lambert Walter D. , teamster Fort Wayne Organ Co., res 120 
Creighton ave. 

Lambert Wm., clerk J. B. White, res 197 e Jefferson. 

Lamboley John B., clerk J. C. Didier, res 12 Lafayette. 

Lamley Moses, (Lamley & Rosenthal) res 128 w Wayne. 

Lamley & Rosenthal, (Moses Lamley, Max Rosenthal) vinegar 
mnfrs 69 e Columbia. 

Lampke Conrad, warehouseman R. W. Taylor, bds 19 w Wash- 
ington. 

Lamke Mrs. Mary, res 19 w Washington. 

l<aiica!itei* Fire Iiisiirancc Co., of Pennsylvania, J.T. 
Losee agent, room 25^ F^ost Office Building. 

Lancaster John, machinist, res 114 Butler. 

Landcraf John, laborer, res 81 Force. 

Landis Mrs. Mattie, dining-hall 125 Calhoun, res same. 

Landsmann Fred, (Landsmann & Dieckmeyer) res 11 n Cass. 

Landsmann & Dieckmeyer, (Fred Landsmann, Wm. Dieck- 
meyer) groceries 18 Harrison. 

Lane Edward S. , telegraph operator F. W., J. & S. R. R. de- 
pot, bds 28 n Cass. 

Lang Barbara, house-keeper Rev. John Wehmhoff. 

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150 POLK, MURPHY & COS 



Lang Amelius J., (George DeWald & Co.) bds Stotz' Restau- 
rant. 

Lang Edward, foreman job rooms Sentinel, bds 21 e Main. 

Lang George, saloon 26 Wells, res same. 

Lang Henry, fireman, res 260 Harrison. 

Lang John, packer H. J. Trentman & Bro., res 4 High. 

Lang John F. , first waiter Schenck & Falkner 89 Calhoun. 

Lang J. E. , fireman P. , F. W. & C. R. R. 

Lang J. H., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Lang Leonard, engineer T. , W. & W. Ry, bds 260 Harrison. 

Lang Peter, laborer, res 173 Broadway. 

Langan Margaret, domestic Sturgis House. 

Langard Joseph, saloon 60 Columbia, res same. 

Langard & Pequignot, (Joseph Langard, Joseph Pequignot) 
wholesale liquors 58 Columbia. 

Lange Frederick, machinist J. C. Bowser & Co., bds 17 Col- 
lege. 

Lange H. F. R. , prescriptionist Meyer Bros. & Co., bds Rob- 
inson House. 

Lange Wm. , clerk C. Orff & Co. , res 1 7 College. 

Lange Wm., laborer J. C. Bowser & Co., res 42 Pritchard. 

Langheinrich Mrs. Rachael, res 13 St. Francis. 

Langley John, laborer, res 3 Bass. 

L^angolir Aiiclreiv »F., baker and confectioner 142 and 144 
Broadway. 

Langohr John W. jr. , delivery man Andrew J. Langohr, bds 
122 Broadway. 

Lanhart Henry, machinist, res 344 Broadway. 

Lanigan G., helper P., F. W. & C. R, R. Shop. 

Lanigan Mrs. Jane, res 166 Madison. 

Lanigan Patrick, watchman, bds 33 Brackenridge. 

Lankenau August, printer Indiana Staats Zeitung, bds 80 w 
Jefferson. 

Lankenau Henry J., deputy Sheriff, res 84 w Jefferson. 

Lankenour Frank, carpenter T., W. & W. Ry. 

Lankhart John, peddler Dillingham & Ling. 

Lannan Mrs. Anna, res 43 w Berry. 

Lannan Augustus, res 43 w Berry. 

Lanan Edward, res 43 w Berry. 

Lansing James W. , stave-cutter, res 2 Lavina ave. 

Lansing James W. jr., laborer, bds 2 Lavina ave. 

Lape Charles F. , foreman, res 14 Fairfield ave. 

Lapp Henry, (Lapp & Schwartz) res 88 e Main. 

I^app & ^oliivartz, (Henry Lapp, Wm. Schwartz) bakers 
88 and 90 e Main. See advt. 



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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 151 

Larey James, brakeman P. , F. W. & C. R. R. , bds 92 Mont- 
gomery. 

Larrabee Mrs. Mary, bds Thomas Larabee. 

Larabee Thomas, engineer, res 197 Barr. 

LaRue Mark, yard-master F. W., J. & S. R. R., res 164 Wells. 

liarwill Joliu S., manager Fort Wayne Agricultural Works, 
res 93 e Berry. 

Laspple C, carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Lasseger Gottlieb, saloon i^^ Calhoun, res same. 

Lathan Harry S. , fireman T. , W. & W. Ry, bds 29 West. 

Lathan Jack, 'buss-driver Fletcher & Powers, bds Gilbert 
House. 

Lathan Milton, fireman T., W. & W. Ry. 

Lathan Zacariah, 'buss-driver, bds Gilbert House. 

Lau Julian, clerk C. B. Oakley, res s w cor Calhoun and Wash- 
ington. 

Lau Thomas, architect, res 122 Calhoun. 

Ijaubseher !<., architect 37 Columbia, res 138 Broadway. 

Laucks A., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Lauderbaugh Charles E., peddler, res 227 Lafayette. 

Lauer Mrs. Catherine, res 297 e Wayne. 

Lauer Conrad, laborer, res 116 Maumee. 

Lauer Frederick, clerk J. Raab, res 279 e Washington. 

Lauer George, grocer 279 e Washington, res same. 

Lauer Henry, mason, res 40 Taylor. 

Lauer H., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Lauer Jesse, carpenter, res n e cor John and Jones. 

Lauer John A., watchman, res 35 Smith. 

Lauer Peter, laborer, res 289 e Washington. 

Lauer Wm., laborer Bass Foundry and Machine Works, res w s 

i^ Smith near southern city limits, 

Lauferty Alex., (Freeman & Lauferty) res 75 w Berry. 

Lauferty David, clerk M. J. Lauferty, res <)7 w Wayne. 

I^aulerty li^aae, broker 3 Aveline Block, res 75 w Berry. 

Lauferty iflax J., clothier 2 Phanix Block, res 97 w 
Wayne. 

Laugeman Henry, laborer, res n w cor Cass and St. Francis. 

Laugeman Rudoljih, laborer, res n s St. Francis bet Cass and 
Lafayette. 

Laugenbacher Matthias, laborer, res 2 1 Wall. 

Laughlin M., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Laukart Casimir, domestic L. M. Ninde. 

Laur George, laborer N. G. Olds. 

Laur John, barber 152 Barr, bds 70 e Jefferson. 

Laur Paul, saloon 150 Barr, res 70 e Jefferson. 

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Laurent Anthony, (J. Laurent & Son) res 3 1 Barr. 
Laurent John, (J. Laurent & Son) res Berdoe, France. 
Laurent J. & Son, (John and Anthony) Uquors 31 Barr. 
l<avanivay I^iike, propr Didier House 74 Columbia. 
Law Charles D., Pres. Engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 

103 w Berry. 
Lawrence Alexander, engineer res 313 Calhoun. 
Lawrence Charles R. , fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 165 

Jackson. 
liawrence Robert B., agent Adams and American Ex- 
press Cos., res 99 e Wayne. 
Lawton H. H. , organ tuner, bds s vv cor Creighton ave and 

Fox. 
Lawton John, spinner, res 69 e Wayne. 
Lawyer Mark, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 
Layman Jacob, brakeman, res 48 Williams. 
Lazzarine A., frescoe painter, res 37 Barr. 
Leach E., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Leach G., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Leach James, machinist, res 140 Holman. 
Leach John, fireman, res 84 Henry. 
Leach John S., carpenter, res 16 Poplar. 
Leach J. T., boiler-maker P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Leach Wm., boiler-maker T. , W. & W. Ry. 
Leahr Justus J., mason, bds 163 Clinton. 
Leahr Richard C. , painter, res 163 Clinton. 
Leaman Christina, domestic John C. Davis. 
Lear Charles, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 
Leash Mary, domestic George Humphrey. 
Lebe C, laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Lechler Anthony E., collector the Singer M'f'gCo. , bds 82 w 

Berry. 
Lechler Henry M., city canvasser Howe Machine Co., res 165 

Clinton. 
Lee Miss Alice, bds 16 Chicago. 

Lee George D., conductor, res s s Leith s of Calhoun. 
Lee Henry W., clerk, res 16 Chicago. 
Lee Israel, car-master, res 228 e Lewis. 

Lee John, helper Fort Wayne Stave Factory, res 16 Chicago. 
Lee M., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Leek George W., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 153 e 

Lewis. 
Lerman John, blacksmith, bds 100 Montgomery. 
Leeser Jacob, clerk A. Mergentheim, res 21 Calhoun. 
Leeson John, machinist, bds 96 e Wayne. 



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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 1 53 



Leezer Frank, boots and shoes 189 Broadway, res 14 Broadway. 

Lefferts Walter, brakeman, bds 36 Brandriff. 

Leghart John, peddler, bds 25 Baker. 

Legras Emanuel, teamster, bds 14 Lafayette. 

Legras John, butcher, bds 14 Lafayette. 

Legras Joseph, engineer, res 14 Lafayette. 

Legras Mrs. Margaret, res 14 Lafayette. 

LeGraw August L., clerk Joseph C. Didier, res 14 Lafayette. 

Lehman Charles, res 127 e Washington. 

Lehman Jacob, res 54 Williams. 

Lehman John C, painter, res 222 e Washington. 

Lehman Wm., laborer A. H. Hamilton. 

Lehmann Christ, teamster, res 213 w Washington. 

Lehneke Frederick, machinist, res 86 Chicago. 

Lehnert August, cooper, bds 56 Wells. 

Lehr G., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Lehr John G. , special police, res 151 s e cor Jefferson and Barr. 

Lehr Mrs. Susanna, res 139 Griffith. 

Leib Henry, plasterer, res 81 Madison. 

Leiber Henry, cook Schenck & Falker, bds 89 Calhoun. 

Leibman Rinehold, shoemaker, res s s e Wayne e of Barr. 

Leichner Charles, bartender J. Strasser, bds 28 w Main. 

Leichner Conrad, laborer, res 263 Hanna. 

Leichner John, saloon 13 e Main, res 35 Douglass ave. 

Leichner Wm. , saloon 35 e Main, res same. 

Leidolf Conrad, clerk F. A. Weber, res 170 Lafayette. 

Leifels Joseph J., restaurant, res 239 Barr. 

Leighton George W. , (colored) barber John Brown, bds 34 e 

Columbia. 
Leikauf John, meat-market 94 Barr, res same. 
Leikof Nicholas, baker 209 Broadway, res 23 Hood. 
Leinker C. H. , cabinet-maker, res 19 Marion. 
Leinker Henry, laborer, res 19 Marion. 
LeinkehlerC, helper R, F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Leken Herman, laborer spoke factory, res 313 e Washington. 
Leneke F. , laborer P. , F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Lenhart Mrs. Frances L., res 157 Hanna. 
Lenhart H., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Lenz E. , laborer P. , F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Lenz Joseph, sawyer, res 21 Gay. 
Leonard John, carpenter, res 364 e Washington. 
Leonard P. M. , physician 24 Harrison, res 177 w Washington. 
Leonard Wm. , gunsmith 71 w Water, res 94 w Water. 
Leopold Studer, mineral water mnfr, bds 98 Columbia. 
Lepper Fred, cabinet-maker J. M. Miller, bds 242 e Jefferson. 
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154 POLK, MURPHY & CO S 

Lepper Henry, carpenter, res 242 e Jefferson. 

Lepper Jennie, domestic E. L. Chittenden. 

Lepple Gottlieb, laborer, res 17 Durrie. 

Lerch Frank, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Leslie Elisha B. , brakeman, bds 49 Divison. 

Lesser John, brakeman, bds 310 Lafayette. 

Lester Mrs. Ann, bds 118 Jackson. 

Leutz Fred, (Leutz, Bourie & Co.) res 58 w Wayne. 

Leutz Wm., boiler-maker Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

I^eutz, Bourie <& Co., (Fred Leutz, Louis T. Bourie) im- 
porters and wholesale dealers in wines, liquors and cigars n e 
cor Main and Clinton. 

Levenburg Henry, carpenter, res 297 Hanna. 

Levenburg J. H., carpenter E., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Levi August, peddler, res 67 w Main. 

Levi David, peddler, res 122 e Lewis. 

Levi J. , mechanic Peters' Box Factory. 

Levi Solomon, peddler, res 122 e Lewis. 

Lewis Asa, dyer, res 106 w Water. 

Lewis David, drayman, res s s Maumee road w of Lillie. 

Lewis John, mechanic, bds 81 Wells. • 

]>efvis Mrs. Marietta, res 79 e Main. 

Lewis Wm. T., conductor P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 212 La- 
fayette. 

Leyh Frederick, carpenter, res 7 Pine. 

Lichtenberger John, carpenter, res 92 e Washington. 

Lichtsinn Wm., clerk Henry Wiebke, bds 92 Barr. 

Lichy Catherine, domestic Thomas J. Rodabaugh. 

Lickfelt Minnie, domestic O. L. Starke. 

Liebenthal Moses, physician 104 Barr, res same. 

Lieber Mrs. Margaret, bds 109 Wells. 

Liebmann Richard, carpenter, bds 84 e Wayne. 

Liebmann Reinhold, shoemaker, bds 84 e Wayne. 

Hfe Association of America, St. Louis, Mo. , S. T. 
Hanna, agent, 19 Court. 

Ligerjer Henry, merchant, res 157 e Wayne. 

Ligget James, (Ligget Bros.) res 176 Griffith. 

Ligget Robert, (Ligget Bros.) bds Exchange Hotel. 

Ligget Bros., (James and Robert) livery stable 18 w Main. 

Ligget Charles, carriage-maker Henry Sthair, bds 18 Maiden 
Lane. 

Likoff Nichols, baker, res 23 Hood. 

liillie James <& Co., James Lillie, John Lillie, jr., Mich- 
ael Baltes) lime, cement, plaster, lath, salt and building stone, 
I n Calhoun. See advt. 

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Lillie James, (James Lillie & Co.) 87 n Cass. 

Lillie Jonn, jr., (James Lillie & Co.) res 39 Second. 

Lilly Miss AUethina, bds Isaac Knapp. 

Lilow Jane, cook 250 Calhoun. 

Limcole Casper, blacksmith, res 324 Hanna. 

Limecooly Fred R. , policeman, res 60 e Wayne. 

Limecooly H., laborer Bass Foundry & Machine Shop. 

Lincohi Charles, machinist, res 117 Holman. 

Lindeman F. , laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Lindemann David, school teacher, res 245 w Washington. 

Lindemann Wm. , carpenter, res 402 e Washington. 

Lindenberg Frederick, mason, res 57 Cherry. 

Linderberg Christ, machinist, res 22 Hood. 

Linderman Henry, carpenter, res 106 Wilt. 

Lindley Nelson D., machinist, res n e cor Harrison and Daw- 
son. 

Lindman Joseph, (Lindman, Rubin and Redelsheimer) res 68 w 
Main. 

I^indinaii, Rubin & Bedelsheiiuer, (Joseph Lindman, 
Max Rubin, Julius Redelsheimer) wholesale liquor dealers 4 
Harrison. 

Line Miss Annie A., saleslady C. Orff & Co., bds 44 Lavina. 

Line A., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Ling George W. , (Dillingham & Ling) res 197 Lewis. 

Linga Lizzie, domestic Oscar A. Simons. 

Lingenfelser Henry, with A. H. Carier, res 153 e Wayne. 

Lininger Jacob, plasterer, res 109 Gay. 

Lininger Peter S., laborer, res 105 Gay. 

Link Adam, letter carrier No. i, bds Exchange Hotel. 

Link George, carpenter 236 e Jefferson, res same. 

Linker Henry E., (F. Eckart & Co.) res 46 w Berry. 

Linker Valentine, (Linker, Hey & Co.) res s w cor e Washing- 
ton and Wabash ave. 

Linker, Hey &Co., (Valentine Linker, Amandus A. Hey, An- 
thony Dreyer) brewers s w cor e Washington and Wabash ave. 

Lintz Anthony, res 12 e Columbia. 

Lintz Mrs. Delia, res 12 e Columbia. 

Lintz Fred, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Lintz Martin, salesman Huestis & Hamilton, res 12 e Columbia. 

Lipes Robert, fireman, bds 102 e Washington. 

Lipps John L., brakeman, bds 330 Calhoun. 

Liscum John, baggageman F. W. , J. & S. R. R. , bds 122 w 
Water. 

Litt George W., peddler, res 46 Hoagland ave. 

Little Alfred, painter, res 164 Madison. 



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156 POLK, MURPHY & CO's 



Little George, laborer, res 38 Gay. 

Little George L., res 203 w Wayne. 

Littlejohn Wm., blacksmith T., W. & W. Ry, res 181 Jackson. 

Ijiverpool & liOndon & Olobe Insurance Co., 

of Liverpool, Eng., Irwin & Lumbard, agents, 36 Calhoun. 

liiverpool, ]¥ew ITork <& Pliiladelphia ISteani- 
sliip Co., (Inmau liine) Siemon Bros., agents, 77 Co- 
lumbia. 

Lloyd Thomas M., clerk G. DeWald & Co., bds Robinson 
House. 

Lloyd T., laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Loag George W., (Loag & Brown) bds 186 w Wayne. 

I^oag & Brown, (George W. Loag, James D. Brown) den- 
tists Keystone Block. 

Lochlin Samuel W., mill-wright, res 153 e Lewis. 

Lodeski Eris, res 231 e Jefferson. 

Loether Gottlieb, tanner, bds 132 Wells. 

Loftus Mary, domestic Exchange Hotel. 

Logan Lott, brakeman, res 312 Harrison. 

Logan William, blackimith, res 43 Baker. 

Logg Wm., carpenter, res 196 Broadway. 

Lohie I., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Lohman Frederick, slate-roofer, bds Third and Railroad. 

Lohman Joseph, clerk Frank & Thanhouser, bds 46 w Wayne. 

Lohmeyer Charles H., cigar-maker L. Dessauer & Co., res 61 
w Lewis. 

Lohmeyer J., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Lohrmann Wm., engine-wiper, bds 159 Hanna. 

Lomas Charles, jr., moulder Bass Foundry, res e s Hoagland 
ave near city limits. 

Lombard Eugene, machinist, res 95 Montgomery. 

Lombard Joseph, clerk drug store, res 344 w Jefferson. 

Lombard Joseph, physician 244 Calhoun, res 344 w Jefferson. 

Lomont Emil, clerk Jacob Nirdlinger, bds Robinson House. 

Lomont Louisa, cook Harmon House. 

liOndou Assurance Corporation, of London, Eng- 
land, S. T. Hanna, agent, 19 Court. 

Lonergan John, machinist, res 6 Smith. 

Long Henry F., laborer, res 53 High. 

Long H. E. , wagon-maker, res foot Calhoun. 

Long Jacob, carpenter, bds 25 Smith. 

Long John, carpenter, bds 25 Smith. 

Long John, laborer, res 4 Marion. 

Long John C. , book-keeper, res 20 Williams. 

Long John E., fireman, res 129 Wallace. 

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Long Mace, (Long & Wilcox) res 20 w Louis. 

Long Morris, conductor P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 86 Mont- 
gomery. 

Long P., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Long Robert J., fireman, res 31 Baker. 

LiOng dfc WUeox, (Mace Long, Isaac Wilcox) billiard par- 
lors 74 Calhoun. 

Longacre Milton P. , clerk, res 246 e Lewis. 

Longley Frank, brakeman T., W. & W. Ry, res 14 Colerick. 

Longshore Asher, trunk-maker A. H. Carier, bds C. Seidler. 

Longwell John W. , teamster, res 129 Wells. 

Loock Walter, salesman Seimon & Bro., bds Robinson House. 

Loomis Michael, moulder, res 16 Marion. 

Loose A., machinist Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Loose Barney, machinist Bass Foundry. 

Loose Henry, laborer Bass Foundry & Machine Works, res 42 1 
Lafayette. 

Lordier Augustus F., saloon 20 Clinton, res same. 

liOrdier Pbilip, boots and shoes 88 Calhoun, res 22 Ba- 
ker. 

Lose Levi H., carpenter, res 43 Douglass ave. 

Losee Edwin H., with J. T. Losee, res 130 w Wayne. 

liosee James T., real estate and insurance agent, 25^ 
post-office building, branch office 112 Broadway, H. F. Wil- 
son, agent, res 130 w Wayne. See back cover. 

Louer Fred, sausage-maker, res w s Washington near Harrison. 

Louer George H., laborer, res 316 Hanna. 

Louman Wm., tailor, res 395 e Wayne. 

Louttit James, wheel-rimmer, res 341 Hanna. 

Love Patrick, laborer, bds 180 Hanna. 

Lovell James, moulder, bds s e cor Calhoun and Wallace. 

Lovett Michael, laborer, bds s e cor Calhoun and Wallace. 

Lovett William, laborer, bds 20 Chicago, 

Lowrie Harvey C. , res 106 w Wayne. 

Lowrie Mrs. Dr. J. M., res 106 w Wayne. 

Lowry Hon. Robert, Judge Circuit Court, res 251 w Main. 

Loyer Martin, laborer, res 59 Lasselle. 
Loyer Stephen, laborer, res 319 Hanna. 
Lucke Christian, laborer, bds 178 Barr. 

Ludlum Samuel S., (Taylor, Fairbank & Co.) res n e cor Madi- 
son and Hanna. 
Luebking Charles, policeman, res 33 w Jefferson. 
Lukens Alfred T. , clerk, res 224 w Berry. 
Lukens Barney, clerk C. Berning, bds Washington. 
Lukens H., laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

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Luley Frank, core-maker, res 2 Jones. 

Luley Frank, jr., core-maker, bds 2 Jones. 

Luley Frank J., pattern-maker, res 171 e Jefferson. 

Luley Philip, moulder, res 279 Hanna. 

LuUow Philip, carpenter, bds Farmers' Exchange. 

LiUmbard I^ucian, manager Grover & Baker Sewing Ma- 
chine 16 w Berry, rooms same. 

Lumbard Sanford, special agent Phoenix Insurance Co., of 
New York, 36 Calhoun, res 99 w Main. 

Lumbard Sidney C, (Irwin & Lumbard) res 133 w Wayne. 

Lund Hans M., action maker Fort Wayne Organ Co., res n s 
Creighton w of Fairfield ave. 

Lund Henry M., organ-maker, res n s Creighton ave w of Fair- 
field ave. 

Lunds Hans, draughtsman Bass Foundry, res 151 Holman. 

Lundstrum Nelson, porter Carnahan, Skinner & Co. , bds s w 
cor Ewing and Main. 

Lunger J. , mechanic Peters' Box Factory. 

Lupton Joseph T., laborer, res 140 w Main. 

Lutz Annie, domestic Rev. A. Marine. 

Luxenberger George, stave-buncher, bds 42 Pine. 

Luxenberger Michael, cigar-maker, bds 42 Pine. 

Luxenberger Philip, laborer, res 42 Pine. 

Lydolph Mrs. Annie E., seamstress, res 5 Sturgis. 

Lye Marcellus, clerk Occidental Billiard Hall, bds 9 e Wayne. 

Lyles John B. , blacksmith, res 239 e Washington. 

Lyles J. Q., blacksmith Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Lyman Charles H., brakeman P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 124 
Wilt. 

Lynch August, laborer, res 192 Montgomery. 

Lynch Henry, laborer, res 69 Charles. 

Lynch John, blacksmith, res 5 Hoagland ave. 

Lynch John, laborer, res 202 Lafayette. 

Lynch John, spoke-maker, res 320 Lafayette. 

Lynch Matthias, laborer, bds 12 Kansas. 

Lynch Thomas, laborer, res 12 Kansas. 

Lynch Wm. M., clerk 102 Calhoun, bds 99 e Wayne. 

Lyne Wm. , (Lyne & Markey) res 1 1 1 w Jefferson. 

liyne & IMEarkey, (Wm. Lyne, Willis J. Markey) florists n 
e cor Brackenridge and Webster. See advt. 

Lynn Lewis, machinist, res 203 w Washington. 

Lyon David M., butcher Rich & Bro., bds 19 Baker. 

Lyons Jonathan, brakeman T., W. & W. Ry, res 10 West. 

I^ytle Charles W., traveling salesman Charles Ford, res 146 w 
Berry. 

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Lytle Wm., book-keeper, res 146 w Berry. 

:m: 

McAfee Charles, helper, bds 249 e Lewis, 

McAfee Samuel, helper, bds 249 e Lewis. 

McAferty Matt, chamerbermaid Exchange Hotel. 

McBain George, fireman G., R. &L R. R., bds 231 Barr. 

McBennett Francis, carpenter, res 124 Union. 

McBride George, Brass Founder, res dd Wallace. 

McBride James E., engineer T., W. & W. Ry, bds 126 Wil- 
liams. 

McBryant Charles, carpenter, bds 132 Creighton ave. 

McCabe Alexander S., book-binder Sentinel office, bds Heid- 
kin House. 

McCabe Mrs. Rose, bds 98 Columbia. 

McCafifney T., helper R, F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

McCaffrey Rose, laundress Mayer House. 

McCaffrey Wm., finisher N. G. Olds & Sons. 

McCann John, deputy City Marshal, res 65 Grand. 

McCarter Mary, domestic Henry McKinnie. 

McCarter Wm. H., brick-layer, res 338 e Wayne. 

McCarthy Bartholomew P. , machinist T. , W. & W. Ry. 

McCarthy G., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

McCarthy John, larborer Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

McCartney John, res 154 Griffith. 

McCarty Andrew, (Carroll & McCarty) res 264 Calhoun. 

McCarty Dennis, engineer, res 106 Wallace. 

McCarty James, laborer Kerr Murray, res 290 Calhoun. 

McCarty John, hostler John D. Eaker & Bro., bds 13 Maiden 
Lane. 

McCarty Mary, domestic Pliny Hoagland. 

McCarty Mrs. Mary, res 56 Baker. 

McCarty Nancy, domestic A. R. McCurdy. 

McCarty Patrick, watchman T. , W. & W. Ry, res 3 Colerick. 

McCarty Timothy F., moulder Kerr Murray, bds 290 Calhoun. 

McCauley John H., (J. H. McCauley & Co.) res n e cor Wash- 
ington and Lafayette. 

McCauley J. H. & Co., (John H. McCauley, ) hats and 

caps 78 Clinton. 

McChenny Eliza, domestic Summit City House. 

McClellan John, fireman, res 105 Fairfield ave. 

McClure Andrew, engineer T., W. & W. Ry, res 50 McClellan. 

McClure David B., mill-wright Hoffman Bros., res 231 w Main. 

McCoard Thomas, machinist T., W. & W. Ry. 

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McCollum John, engineer T., W. & W. Ry. 

McConnell Andrew J., res 40 Brandriff. 

McConnell August J., gas-fitter, bds 40 Brandriff. 

McConnell Daniel, hotel propr, res 205 e Wayne. 

McConnell Wm. , candy-maker Huestis & Hamilton, res 40 

Brandriff. 
McConnell Wm. A., clerk pension office, bds 262 Calhoun. 
McCord George S., foreman, res 188 Ewing. 
McCormick John, fireman T. , W. & W. Ry. 
McCormick J. , engineer R , F. W. & C. R. R. 
McCoy Thomas, boiler-maker, res 31 Grand. 

McCreary , blacksmith, res 47 Calhoun. 

McCulloch Charles, (Allen Hamilton & Co.) res west end Water. 
McCulloch Frederick H., (McCulloch & Richey) res 164 w 

Berry. 
McCulloch Hugh, (Allen Hamilton & Co.) res London, Eng. 
micCullocli dfc Richey, (Frederick H. McCulloch, Amos 

Richey) wholesale and retail hardware (old 105) 3 e Columbia. 
llcCullougll Thomas P., physician & surgeon 8 w Berry, 

res 34 Douglas ave. 
McCumsey Anson, laborer, res 155 Harrison. 
McCurdy Andrew R., clerk C. Orff & Co., res 38 Lavina. 
McCutcheon A. O., fireman R, F. W. & C. R. R. 

McCutcheon , brakeman T., W. & W. Ry, res 5 Bass. 

McDermott James, brass-moulder, res 317 Calhoun. 

McDermott James, conductor, bds 322 Calhoun. 

McDermott Joseph, blacksmith, res 41 Gay. 

McDermut Mrs. Mary, res 28 e Wayne. 

McDermut Whitney B., compositor Sentinel office, bds 28 e 

Wayne. 
McDermut Wilson E., foreman news-room Sentinel office, bds 28 

e Wayne. 
McDonald Emmet H., book-keeper A. S. Evans & Co., res 27 

Grand. 
McDonald James A. , assistant book-keeper Root & Company, 

bds 171 Clinton. 
McDonald James B., supt mason P. F. W. & C. R. R., res 54 

e Washington. 
McDonald Mrs. Johanna, res 17 Baker. 
McDonald Mrs. Nancy E., res 87 e Jefferson. 
McDonald Randall T., (A. S. Evans & Co.) bds 54 e Wash- 
ington. 
McDonald Wm., traveling salesman A. S. Evans & Co., bds 

Central Hotel. 
McElfatrick Eva M., res 103 w Main. 

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McElfatrick Mrs. Frank, res 142 Montgomery. 

McElfish George, carpenter, res 408 w Main. 

McEnerny Thomas, laborer, res 84 Baker. 

McEwan Theodore, bill-clerk T., W. & W. Ry, res 53 Baker. 

McFale Miss Maggie, principal Hanna School. 

McFee Wm., (Cochrane, Humphrey & Co.) res 330 w Jefferson. 

McFeeley Dennis R., propr Oyster Bay Saloon and Res- 
taurant 92 Calhoun, res same. 

McFerran Milton L., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 132 
Lafayette. 

McGee Mrs. P., res 35 w Main. 

McGee Wm. , engineer, bds 324 Calhoun. 

McGeehon John, brakeman, res s s Leith e of Calhoun. 

McGinnis James, brakeman, bds 59 Grand. 

McGinnis Oliver, domestic C. L. Hill. 

McGinnis Wm., clerk Miller & Fletcher, bds 61 Cass. 

McGoff Peter, ornamental plasterer 52 Calhoun, bds Exchange 
Hotel. 

McGonagle Mrs. Isabella, res 80 Calhoun. 

McGovern Miss Nellie, saleslady Mrs. R. Newberger, bds 195 
w Main. 

McGowen H., boiler-maker P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

McGowen John, boiler-maker, res 221 Lafayette. 

McGrady John, plasterer, res 142 w Main. 

McGrady Wm., mason, res 106 Madison. 

McGrath Thomas, laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

McGraw Thomas, laborer P., F. W. & C. R R., res 8 Bass. 

McGraw Thomas, sawyer, bds 25 Broadway. 

McGuire Thomas, brass-moulder T., W. & W. Ry, res no 
Chicago. 

McGuire Thomas, engineer, res 381 Hanna. 

McGurchey Charles, fireman F. W. J. & S. R. R., bds 66 Wells. 

Iflelntire Patrick, marble-finisher Underbill & Smith, res 
1 1 1 Wells. 

Mcintosh Martha, domestic J. Sion Smith. 

McKague James, conductor, bds 49 Baker. 

McKague Wm., laborer T., W. & W. Ry. res 38 Walnut. 

McKane Mrs. Ann, res 208 w Berry. 

IflcKay John A., bridge-builder and contractor 40 Harrison, 
bds Central Hotel. 

McKay Neil, railroad contractor res 134 w Main. 

McKean James, brakeman, res 68 Butler. 

McKean Wm. T., foreman Bass Machine Shop, res 184 e Jef- 
ferson. 

McKee Thomas L., (S. Bash & Co.) bds 261 w Wayne. 

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McKeehan David, res 227 w Washington. 

McKeehan Miss Jennie, student, bds 227 w Washington. 

McKeeper Frances, waitress Gilbert House. 

McKeller Alexander, machinist, res 378 Calhoun. 

McKendrie Thomas, fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 22 
Bass. 

McKendry Daniel, rodman City Civil Engineer, res 11 Melita. 

McKenna A. , engineer P. , F. W. & C. R. R. 

McKenzie Anselm N., plasterer, res 93 Lasalle. 

McKenzie George, machinist T. , W. & W. Ry, res 121 Butler. 

McKenzie Irenus, laborer T. , W. & W. Ry. 

McKenzie J., assistant foreman P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

McKenzie R., moulder Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

McKeon James, laborer, res 86 Dawson. 

McKinley Perry, laborer 46 Wells. 

McKinley Rose, domestic Miss H. H. Philley. 

McKinnie Alexander, bds Henry McKinnie. 

McKinnie Frank H. , clerk Henry McKinnie. 

JflcKinnie Henry, propr P. , F. W. & C. R. R. eating- 
house s s Railroad w of Clinton. 

McKinzie Elias, cistern-builder res 41 n Cass. 

McKnight James, blacksmith, res 40 Lasalle. 

McKring Daniel, laborer, res 44 Wells. 

McLachlan James C, clerk, res 16 w Lewis. 

llcl<aelilaii ISTeil, steam boiler mnfr J. C. Bowser & Co., 
res 213 Barr. 

McLachlan Neil jr., (Neil McLachlan & Co.) res 213 Barr. 

McLachlan Wm. , boiler-maker, res 209 Barr. 

McLaflin John, blacksmith, res 225 Barr. 

McLain Benoni P., boarding-house 28 n Cass. 

McLane James, teamster Kuster & McLane, bds 232 e Jeffer- 
son. 

McLane Patrick (Kuster & McLane) res 232 e Jefferson. 

McLaughlin Alexander, clerk Keil & Bro. , res — Barr. 

McLaughlin C, moulder Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

McLaughlin Daniel, laborer, res 65 w Lewis. 

McLean George, boiler-maker, res 199 Barr. 

McLean John, sorter H. J. Trentman & Bro., res 41 e Water. 

McLean Peter, dyer, res 41 e Water. 

McLean Robert, laborer, res bet w Water and the canal. 

McMahon John, laborer, bds 310 Lafayette. 

McMahon Sylvester, conductor, res 213 Broadway. 

McMahon W., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

McManigal Josiah, hborer Hoffman Bros. , res s s College near 
Railroad. 

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McManus Thomas, section foreman, res 32 Baker. 

McMillan James, boiler-maker, res s w cor Pontiac and Cal- 
houn. 

McMillan James, machinist T. , W. & W. Ry, bds 61 Bracken- 
ridge. 

McMillan John, laborer, res 87 Williams. 

McMillan John, boiler-maker T., W. & W. Ry. 

McMullen John, carpenter, res 17 w Lewis. 

McMullen J., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

McMullen Wm., mailing-clerk post office, res 188 e Washing- 
ton. 

McNair Charles, carpenter, res 56 Henry. 

McNally John, blacksmith T., W. & W. Ry. 

McNally John, conductor P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 105 Wal- 
lace. 

McNamara Christopher, laborer, bds 231 Lafayette. 

McNamara Mary, domestic Henry McKinnie. 

McNamara Monroe, finisher N. G. Olds & Sons. 

McNamara Thomas, laborer, res 1 1 Melita. 

McNamara Washington, foreman, res 457 Lafayette. 

McNamara Wm. , laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

McNaughton John, laborer, bds 69 Force. 

McNeice Helen, domestic G. E. Bursley. 

McNiece Robert G., bds 179 Clinton. 

McNulty Mrs. Ann, res 12 Colerick. 

McNulty Thomas, laborer, res 89 w Lewis. 

McNulty Wm., (McNulty & Kayzer) res 88 Montgomery. 

McNulty & Kayzer, (Wm. McNulty, Frederick Kayzer) boots 
and shoes 217 Lafayette. 

McPhail Wm., clerk J. B. White, rjs 192 Ewing. 

McPherson James, brakeman, bds 14 Chicago. 

McQuiston Allen P., book-keeper Empire Mills, res 182 e Jef- 
ferson. 

McQuiston John, farmer, res 182 e Jefferson. 

McRummel C, fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

McVey Michael, res n w cor Fifth and Harrison. 

Maag Wm. F. , foreman Fort Wayne Anzeiger, res 56 Nelson. 

Mabus Fred, (Mabus & Strous) res 38 Madison. 

Macdonald Duncan H., (Heip & Macdonald) res 250 Calhoun. 

macDoagal Joliu, broker MacDougal Block 62 Calhoun, 
res 49 e Lewis. 

Mack J., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Mack Lawrence, (Mack Bros.) bds Meyer House. 

Mack Patrick, laborer, bds 3 Railroad. 

Mack Samuel J., (Mack Bros.) bds Meyer House. 

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Mack Brothers, (Samuel J. & Lawrence) clothiers 26 e Co- 
lumbia. 

Maddux George, laborer, bds 21 Buchanan. 

Maddux John, millwright, res 21 Buchanan. 

Madigan Mrs. Bridget, res 48 Baker. 

Madigan Thomas H., city agent Singer Mnfg Co., res 60^ 
Calhoun. 

Madigan Wm., clerk John G. Fledderman, bds 27 e Main. 

Madison Christopher J. , engineer, bds Harmon House. . 

Madison Wm. J., brass-finisher, res 150 Wallace. 

Madison W., machinist P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Maear Henry, blacksmith, res 76 w Washington. 

Maeir Wm., shoemaker, res 48 McClellan. 

Maely Patrick, laborer, res 54 Melita. 

Magill Harry, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Magoogan Mrs. Mary, res 109 w Jefferson. 

Maguire John B., clerk City Clerk's office. 

Maguire Owen, telegraph repairer, res 16 Baker. 

Magnus Wm., laborer, res 30 Butler. 

Mahaeny Timothy, brakeman, bds 219 Lafayette. 

Mahan Mrs. Bridget, res 176 w Jefferson. 

Mahan Miss Kate, bds 176 w Jefferson. 

Mahan James, blacksmith, bds 176 w Jefferson. 

Mahan James, clerk, bds 47 First. 

Mahany Johanna, domestic David F. Comparet. 

Mahenke Frederick, shoemaker, res 147 High. 

Mahrt Conrad, harness-maker L. Traub, res 8 Clark, Bloom- 
ingdale. 

Mahurin Melville B., clerk N. G. Olds & Sons, res 219 w 
Main. 

Mahurin Melvil B., clerk, res 219 Jackson. 

Maier Mrs. Anna M., res 447 e Wayne. 

Maier Conrad, cigar-maker, bds 48 McClellan. 

Maier Henry W., machinist, bds 447 e Wayne. 

Maier John, res 315 e Wayne. 

Maier John A., book-keeper, res 315 e Wayne. 

Maier John G., res^ 76 Lafayette. 

Maier Willis D., deputy clerk Circuit Court, res 254 w Jefferson. 

Mailser Herman, fireman, res s s e Berry w of Harmer. 

Major David H., foreman, res 43 Charles. 

Major Edward, laborer, bds 180 Hanna. 

Mallo Charles, carriage-maker Henry Sthair, bds 54 w Main. 

Mallo Charles T., carriage-maker Henry Sthair, bds 54 w Main. 

Malloring H., machinist P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Malone Charles, brakeman T., W. & W. Ry, bds 39 Lavina. 

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Malone Mrs. Elizabeth, res 9 Hood. 
Malone John, teamster James W. Ryan, bds same. 
Malone Patrick, brakeman P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 92 Mont- 
gomery. 
Malone Patrick, laborer, res 140 Francis. 
Malone Peter, caller T., W. & W. Ry. 
Malone P., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Malthoun Gottlieb, laborer, res 118 Madison. 
Manaray John C, carpenter, res 177 e Jefferson. 
Manawisch E., blacksmith P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Manawisch F. , carpenter P. , F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Mance Conrad, moulder Kerr Murray, bds 10 Hood. 
Mangeot John, bds 14 Lafayette. 
Mangles Klause, mason, res 147 e Lewis. 
manbattan Fire Insurance Co., of New York, Irwin 

& Lumbard agents, 36 Calhoun. 
Manier Frank, meat market 88 Barr, res 65 e Wayne. 
Manion Mrs. Bridget, res 3 Walnut. 

Mannheimer Anton, clerk M. J. Lauferty, bds 97 w Wayne. 
Manning Nelson B. , fireman T., W. & W. Ry, bds 61 Madison. 
mannix Tliomas, boot and shoe mnfr 53 Columbia, res 10 

Holman. 
Manok Mary, domestic Charles Saunders. 
Manok Simon, (Manok & Koester) res 141 w Wayne. 
Manok & Koester, (Simon Manok, John Koester) tanners, bet w 

Water st and canal. 
Mansdarfer Hannah, domestic Marx Block. 
Manth Julius, (Romy & Manth) res 332 e Wayne. 
Hantliey Wm., deputy Surveyor's office res 64 Maumee 

Road. 
Manuel Julius P., (Oddow & Manuel) res 240 e Wayne. 
Manular Christian, laborer T., W. & W. Ry. 
Mapes Benjamin, laborer, res 23 Barr. 
Mapes Benjamin, teamster, res 51 Wilt. 
Maples Darius W., propr Hanna House s w cor Barr and 

Washington. 
March Albert, tinsmith H. DeWald, res 25 Pine. 
Marcuir Joseph, currier, bds 40 Wells. 
Mareng Henry, laborer, res 181 Montgomery. 
Marhenke Henry, laborer, res 309 w Washington. 
Marhenke Henry F., shoemaker C. Schiefer & Son, res 147 

High, Bloomingdale. 
Marinca Henry, carpenter T., W. & W. Ry. 
Marine Rev. A., pastor Berry Street M. E. Church, res 26 

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Mark Larue, switchman F. W., J. & S. R. R., res 164 Wells. 

Mark Miss Nettie, school-teacher, bds 53 w Wayne. 

Markey Andrew J., hardware 254 Calhoun, res same. 

Markey Lawrence, baggage-master T., W. & W. Ry, res 344 
Calhoun. 

Markey Richard, receiving-clerk B. Trentman & Son, res 344 
Calhoun. 

Markey Willis J., (Lyne & Markey) bds iii w Jefferson. 

Markle Hugh, engineer G. R. & I. R. R., res 311 w Jefferson. 

Markley Aaron, res n s Maple ave w of Broadway. 

Markley Daniel, agent Underbill & Smith, res w s Broadway, n 
of Maple ave. 

Markman Charles, cabinet-maker Fort Wayne Organ Co. , bds 30 
Walnut. 

Marks Samuel P., engineer, res 210 Lafayette. 

Maroney Harry, (Maroney & Vizard) res n s w Main, near Mai- 
den Lane. 

Maroney & Vizard, (Harry Maroney, Anthony Vizard) black- 
smiths 41 w Main. 

Marr George H., printer Sentinel office, bds Robinson House. 

Marshall Milburu S., druggist, and manfr and propr of 
Marshall's Celebrated Lung Syrup 244 Calhoun, res same. 

Marshall Peter, bds 283 w Main. 

Marshton Russell, sewing machine agent, bds 81 Wells. 

Martens Barney, laborer, res 153 Madison. 

Martens Wm., house-mover, res 225 Broadway. 

Martin Mrs. Anna, bds s e cor Lewis and Lillie. 

Martin Bernard, painter, res 52 Baker. 

Martin Daniel, laborer, res 87 Holman. 

Martin Dedrick, laborer, res 57 Wilts. 

Martin Ebenezer, engineer T. , W. & W. Ry, bds 42 Melita. 

Martin Emma, domestic N. G. Olds. 

Martin George, clerk N. B. Young & Co., res 206 w Wash- 
ington. 

Martin Mrs. Hanna, res rear 78 Barr. 

Martin Henry G., spring-maker, res 8 n Cass. 

Martin Mrs. Jane, res 115 w Water. 

martin John S., blacksmith, res 8 CaSs. 

Martin Mrs. Louisa, sewing maching operator, res 28 Williams, 

Martin Peter, laborer, bds 248 e Jefferson. 

Martin Richard, laborer T., W. & W. Ry. 

Martin Susan, chambermaid Phillips House. 

Martin Terrance, blacksmith, res 359 Hanna. 

Martin Thomas J., conductor P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 17 
Holman. 

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Marrin Victor, mason, bds 60 Columbia. 

Martin Wm. , engineer T. , W. & VV. Ry, res 33 Taylor. 

Maser Andrew, cooper, bds Stueben House. 

Mason John E., (Mason Bros.) res 41 w Lewis. 

Mason John F. , carpenter and builder 9 1 William, res same. 

]fIasoii LiCWis «f.9 dentist 34 Calhoun, res 91 William. 

Mason Richard, tress hoop maker, res 41 w Lewis. 

Mason Thomas H., (Mason Bros.) res 41 w Lewis. 

Mason Bros., (John E. & Thomas H.) mnfrs coopers' tress hoop 

n w cor Chicago and Harrison. 
Match Wm., machinist, res 145 Holman. 
Mather Wm., laborer, bds 98 Columbia. 

Matheson Christ, laborer Kerr Murray, res — Force nr Jones. 
Matsch Christopher, bds 240 w Washington. 
Matsch Christopher jr., clerk, res 240 w Washington. 
IVIattliewsi l§lteplieii, merchant tailor 205 Calhoun, res 

same. 
Matthias Webster, painter, bds 20 Baker. 
Mattoon Grover J., engineer T., W. & W. Ry, res 83 Butler. 
Matzinger Andrew, engineer, bds 402 Calhoun. 
Maudelin Amos, laborer, bds Exchange Hotel. 
Maurer Albert, printer, res 39 Harmer. 
Maurer Jacob, porter Meyer Bros & Co., res 39 Harmer. 
Maxfield Charles, collar-maker, res 29 Duck. 
A^axfield Joel, engineer O. D. Hurd, res w s Duck e of Clinton. 
Maxfield Samuel, mechanic, res w s Duck e of Clinton. 
May Ellen, domestic Wm. D. Page. 
May Philip, laborer, res 208 Hanna. 

May Wm., brakeman P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 85 Holman. 
Mayer Andrew, (Mayer & Graffe) and (Henry C. Graffe & Co.) 

res 29 w Wayne. 
Mayer Charles, watch-maker Henry C. Graffe & Co. , bds 29 w 

Wayne. 
Mayer Cbarles F., physician 105 Barr, res same. 
Mayer George, saloon 45 Wells, res same. 

Mayer George J. E., (George J. E. Mayer & Co.) res 19 e Main. 
Mayer House, Wm. H. Murtagh, propr, s e cor Calhoun 

and Wayne. 
Mayer John, stone-mason, bds Third and Railroad. 
Mayer Joseph M., asst. book-keeper B. Trentman & Son, bds e 

Jefferson. 
Mayer Lawrence, teamster Trentman, Monning & Son, res 47 e 

Jefferson. 
Mayer Lewis, tailor 24 e Berry, res 80 Montgomery. 
Mayer Miss Mary, tailoress, res 47 e Jefferson. 

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Mayer George J. E. & Co. , (George J. E. Mayer, Frank Voirol) 

watches, clocks and jewelry 19 e Main. 
Iflayer <& Orafl^, (Andrew Mayer, Henry C. Graffe) 

watches, clocks and jewelry 22 (old 88) e Columbia. 
Mayland Frederick, laborer, res 236 w Washington. 
Mazore W., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Mead Zachariah, (colored) brakeman P., F. W. & C. R. R., 

bds 68 Barr. 
Mealey Miss Mary, milliner, bds 142 e Wayne. 
Measmann Lewis, carpenter, res i4Melita. 
Mechel Francis, cooper Fred Kley, bds 240 w Main. 
Meek Rev. Humphrey J., pastor M. E. church, res 195 w 

Wayne. 
Medsker George, laborer, res 284 w Jefferson. 
Medsker Isaac N., (Gilliland & Medsker) bds 97 Montgomery. 
Meech Miss Rissie, bds 106 Barr. 
Meegan Thomas J., clerk P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 142 e 

Wayne. 
Meegan Thomas, sr. , time-keeper P. , F. W. & C. R. R. Shop, 

bds 179 Clinton. 
Meehan James, fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 24 Locust. 
Meehan Josephine, domestic Louis Dessaur. 
Meehan Miss Mary, seamstress, bds 182 e Wayne. 
Meehan Thressa, domestic John O. Williams. 
Meek Wm. H., laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 
Mees Charles, wood-turner J. Burkholder, res 36 Wall. 
Melilos Gustavus, insurance agent, bds Steuben House. 
Mehre Louis, shoemaker L. Fortriede, res 201 e Washington, 
Meier Braunt, moulder J. C. Bowser & Co., res 168 Ewing. 
Meier Louis, barber, bds Steuben House. 
Meinzin Henry, tailor, res 31 Maumee. 
Meirs Frederick C, barber, res 59 w Wayne. 
Meister Charles, tanner, bds 132 Wells. 
Meitzer Wm. , butcher F. Eckart & Co. , res Jefferson. 
Meko John, carpenter, res e s Gay near southern city limits. 
Melching Albert W. , harness-maker L. Traub, res 41 High. 
Melching Mrs. Charlotte, res 41 High. 
Melching Ernst, baker L. Blase, bds 29 w Columbia. 
Mellinger Jacob, hostler J. S. Barr, res 312 w Jefferson. 
Melsheimer S. D., stave-dealer, res 128 Calhoun. 
Melton Louise, domestic Ashley C. Perrin. 
Menawee Everhard, blacksmith, res 92 Madison. 
Mendon Wm., fireman, res 265 Hanna. 
Menke A., laborer P., F. W. &C. R. R. Shop. 
Mennewisch Frederick, carpenter, res 178 Barr. 

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Mennewisch Henry, laborer, bds 178 Barr. 

Mennweiler Christian, laborer, res 23 Durrie. 

Mennweiler Herman, barber 271 Calhoun, bds 21 Fairfield ave. 

Mensch Henry S. , letter carrier, res 133 Ewing. 

Menthey Wm. , civil engineer, res 64 Maumee. 

Ifleniiez Heni*;;^, agent Howe Sewing Machine Co., bds 61 

w Cass. 
Menze Christian, cigar-maker, res 173 Broadway. 
Menze J. , carpenter P. , F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Menze Minnie, domestic John Fowles. 
Menze Wm., tailor, res 338 e Washington. 
Menzer Fritz, laborer, res 329 e Lewis. 
Mercer James R., turner N. G. Olds & Sons. 
Mercer Jennie, bds 402 Calhoun. 
Merchants' Fire Ins. Co., of Newark, N. J., J. T. Losee, 

agent, room 25^ post-office building. 
Mercliants' ]¥ational ISank,n e w cor Main and Calhoun, 

S. C. Evans, President; C. M. Dawson, Cashier. See advt 

first colored fly. 
Mergel Reinhard, grocer 35 Calhoun, res 94 w Main. 
merg^entheim Alexander, propr Ladies' Bazarr ; notions 

and fancy goods 2 1 Calhoun. 
Merica John, filer Fort Wayne Stave and Heading Works, res 

Madison. 
Merica Noah, stave-shaver Fort Wayne Stave and Heading 

Works, res Hanna. 
Merinke Augusta, domestic George L. Little. 
Merlett Adeline, laundress Robinson House. 
Merlett Matthew, laborer, res 63 e Water. 
Merritt John, laborer, res 319 Hanna. 
Merz Peter, carpenter, res 196 e Lewis. 
Mescho Nichols, laborer, res ;};^ Pritchard. 

Messman Louis, seat-maker N. G. Olds & Sons, res 14 Melita. 
Mesting Charles, (Mesting & Zollinger) res city limits. 
Mesting & Zollinger, (Charles Mesting, L. Z. Zollinger) plow 

and wagon makers 156 Water. 
Metcalf John, train despatcher, res 52 Williams. 
Metcalf Samuel C. , physician n w cor Calhoun and Columbia, 

rooms same. 
Metheanv Andrew, mechanic, res 220 w Jefferson. 
Hetheany John M.,Supt. G. R. & L and C, R, F. W. R. 

Rs. , bds s e cor Barr and Lewis. 
Methley John, bookkeeper Kerr Murray, res 14 Brandriff. 
Mettey Frederick, cooper 17 e Water, res 11 Duck. 
Mettler M. , mechanic Peters' Box Factory. 



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Mettler Peter, grocer 303 Lafayette, res same. 

Metz Joseph, carpenter, res 25 Pine. 

Metzer H., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Metzer Andrew, transfer clerk P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 14 w 
Lewis. 

Meuhl Mrs. Catherine, res 42 Oak. 

Meyer August, shoemaker, res 200 e Jefferson. 

Meyer Barney, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons, res 362 w Main. 

Meyer Charles, carpenter, res 149 Ewing. 

Meyei* Cbarles F. W., secretary Fort Wayne Conservatory 
of Music, res s s Pontiac w of Webster. See front cover. 

Meyer Christian F. G. , (Meyer Bros. & Co.) res St. Louis, Mo. 

Meyer Conrad, watchman, bds 339 e Washington. 

Meyer Dederich, carpenter, bds 149 Ewing. 

Meyer Ernst, servant John C. Davis. 

Meyer Ferdinand, drayman, res 165 Ewing. 

Meyer Fred, barber, bds 81 Brackenridge. 

Meyer Fred, res s s Pontiac e of Hoagland ave. 

Meyer Fred, clerk Meyer Bros. & Co., res 100 Harrison. 

Meyer Fred, laborer, res 33 w Lewis. 

Meyer Fred, laborer, res 7 Clark. 

Meyer Fred C, machinist J. C. Bowser & Co., res 205 e Madi- 
son. 

Meyer Henry, brewer George Hornung, bds 75 Harrison. 

Meyer Henry, carpenter, res 308 Harrison. 

Meyer Henry, packer Meyer Bros. & Co., res 100 Harrison. 

Meyer Henry, tinsmith, bds 81 Brackenridge. 

Meyer Herman, laborer, res 40 John. 

Meyer John F. W., (Meyer Bros. & Co.) res w Washington. 

Meyer John H., clerk, res 100 Harrison. 

Meyer Mrs. Lizzie, res 81 Brackenridge. 

Meyer Louis, barber, bds 81 Brackenridge. 

Meyer Louis, sawyer, res n e cor Harrison and Fourth. 

Meyer Mrs. Mary, boarding house 339 e Washington. 

Meyer Wm., domestic Dr. Heuchling. 

Meyer Wm. , helper, bds 339 e Washington. 

Meyer Wm., teamster, bds 139 Griffith. 

lUeyer Bros. & Co., (Christian F. G. Meyer, John F. W. 
Meyer, Edward P. Williams) wholesale druggists 14 Calhoun 
and 9 w Columbia. 

Meyers Mrs. Anna, res 183 e Jefferson. 

Meyers Bryan, moulder Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Meyers Charles, machinist, res 205 Madison. 

Meyers Charles F. F., salesman Root & Company, res 45 w 
Washington. 

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Meyers C, watchman Fort Wayne Stave & Heading Factory, 
res w Water. 

Meyers Fred C, propr Central Barber Shop 87 Calhoun, 
res 59 w Wayne. 

Meyers Fred W. , barber 243^ Calhoun, res 81 Brackenridge. 

Meyers George, carpenter, res 60 Wilt. 

Meyers Jeiiferson, apprentice John H. Williams, bds 149 w 
Main. 

Meyers John, clerk, res n e cor Webster and Washington. 

Meyers Louis L., barber Fred C. Meyers, bds 167 e Jefferson. 

Meyers Wm. , expressman Boltz & Ely, bds s e cor Jefferson 
and Griffith. 

Michael George, wagon-maker, res 408 e Wayne. 

Michael Herman, (Bauer & Michael) res 43 w Main. 

Michaeles Henry, carpenter, res loi Wilt. 

Michaeles Henry A., cigar-maker, res loi Wilt. 

Michaelis Charles J., upholsterer G. Gould, bds 297 w Jeffer- 
son. 

Michaelis Daniel, finisher, res 297 w Jefferson. 

Michaelis Harmon, laborer, res 297 w Jefferson. 

Mick Abraham, brakeman, bds 402 Calhoun. 

Mickon J., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Middleton Ellen, domestic Aveline House. 

Miendoff Barney, mason, res 140 e Washington. 

Mier August, shoemaker, bds 200 e Jefferson. 

Mier Wm., tailor, bds 200 e Jefferson. 

Milan Lena, domestic Lemuel R. Hartman. 

Milan Louisa, domestic Andrew E. Hoffman. 

Miles Charles, engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 24 Fair- 
field ave. 

Miles Danid, mechanic, bds 64 Maumee. 

Miles David, engineer Hoffman Bros., res 100 e Washington. 

Miles Samuel J., engineer, res 70 Madison. 

Miley Lydia, domestic G. H. Andruss. 

Milfight Charles, shoemaker Henry Wolf, res 40 Wells. 

Milfight John, tailor, res 38 Wells. 

Mill Mrs. Sophia, boarding house 31 w Columbia. 

Millenbrook Goderich, laborer, res 173 Holman. 

Miller Miss Amelia, domestic Martin J. Foellinger. 

Miller Andrew, brakeman, bds 34 Baker. 

Miller Anna, domestic George Phillips. 

Miller Annie, wool-twister, bds 86 High. 

Miller Anthony, carpenter, res 126 e Washington. 

Miller Cass, book-keeper H. J. Trentman & Bro., res e s Grif- 
fith s of Jefferson. 



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Miller Casius A., book-keeper J. M. Miller, bds 52 e Jefferson. 

. Miller Charles laborer T., W. & W. Ry, res ro Lavina. 

Miller Charles, engineer T., W. & W. Ry. 

Miller Charles T. , tinner H. J. Ash, res 96 Wilt. 

Miller Mrs. Charlotte, res 249 e Jefferson. 

Miller Christian, cigar-maker J. Keller, bds 49 Williams. 

Miller Christian, grocer 54 Wells, res same. 

Miller Christian, laborer T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Miller Christ H., watchman, res 55 Williams. 

Miller Claude C, insurance agent, res 211 w Jefferson. 

Miller Clement, mason P., F. W. & C. R. R. , res 49 Locust. 

Miller Cornelius A., fireman T., W. & W. Ry, res 169 Grififith. 

Miller Cyrus W., carpenter, res w of Calhoun near city limits. 

Miller Daniel B., carpenter, res 49 w Main. 

Miller David O., conductor F. W., M. & C. R. R., bds 40 

■ '"Wells. 

Miller Edward C, hatter James Harper & Co., bds 96 w 
Wilt. 

Miller Emanuel M. , clerk i^'oster Bros. & Co. , bds Summit City 
House. 

Miller Ernst, boiler-maker T. , W. & W. Ry, res 5 1 Williams. 

Miller Ernst, laborer Hoffman Bros. , res n w cor Jefferson and 
Webster. 

Miller Francis E., clerk W. E. Griffith & Co., bds 57 Garden. 

Miller Franklin H., blacksmith, bds 19 Pritchard. 

Miller Fred, carpenter, bds 224 w Washington. 

Miller Fred, laborer, res 5 Force. 

Miller Fred, laborer, res n s St. Francis bet Cass and Lafayette. 

Miller Fred, mason, res 8 Summit. 

Miller Fred, moulder J. C. Bowser & Co., bds 2oBarr. 

Miller Fred J., clerk G. B. Thorp, bds 20 Barr. 

Miller George, clerk Boltz & Ely, res 62 Madison. 

Miller George, laborer Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Miller George A., res 294 Calhoun. 

Miller George E., salesman Root & Company, bds 234 w 
Wayne. 

Miller George W., wood-turner, res 333 Hanna. 

Miller Miss Helen, teacher, res 179 w Berry. 

Miller Henry, machinist, res 20 Marion. 

Miller Henry D., fireman, res 33 Williams. 

Miller Henry J., book-keeper Miller & Boerger, res 200 e Wash- 
ington. 

Miller H., mechanic Peters' Box Factory. 

Miller Jacob J., (C. Reese & Co.) res 294 Calhoun. 

Miller Jerry, machinist T., W. & W. Ry, bds 202 w Jefferson. 

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Miller John, tailor, res 19 Wilt. 

Miller John A., carpenter, res 305 \v Washington. 

Miller John C. , cigar-maker, res 49 Williams. 

Miller John G. M., pressman Sentinel office, bds 116 w 

Jefferson. 
Miller John H. , laborer, res Elm near city limits. 
Miller John J., drug clerk E. H. Nil I & Co., bds n e cor Wash- 
ington and Barr. 
Miller «foliii M., manfr and dealer in furniture 50 and 52 

e Main, res 52 e Jefferson. 
Miller Joseph, carpenter, res 86 High. 
Miller Joseph A., res 49 w Main. 
Miller Kendrick B. , traveling salesman Morgan & Beach, res 

57 Garden. 
Miller Lewis, carriage painter Stanley, Bieber & Co., res 81 

Wells. 
Miller Lizzie, domestic Peter Kiser. 

Miller Lizzie, stripper George Reiter & Co., res 49 Locust. 
Miller Louis, painter, res 65 e Main. 
Miller Ludwic, carpenter, res 49 Williams. 
Miller Mrs. Martha, res 39 Duck. 
Miller Martin, porter Aveline House. 
Miller Mary, domestic Rev. Wm. S. Birch. 
Miller Matilda, domestic Misses Hamilton. 
Miller Michael, carpenter, res 224 \v Washington. 
Miller Nathaniel C, (N. C. Miller & Co.) res 104 Fairfield ave. 
Miller N., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Miller Peter, blacksmith, res 116 Creighton ave. 
Miller Peter, laborer, res 31 Brandriff. 
Miller Robert E. , laborer, bds 305 w Washington. 
Miller U., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Miller Wm., (Miller & Boerger) res 200 e Washington. 
Miller William, barber, res 34 Marion. 
Miller William, laborer, res 305 Calhoun. 
Miller Wm. , mechanic, res 152 High. 
Miller Wm., saloon 96 Broadway, res same. 
Miller Wm. H., (Miller & Fletcher) res 61 Cass. 
Miller Wm. H. H., (Coombs, Miller & Bell) res 40 Douglass 

ave. 
Miller Wm. Z., porter Huestis & Hamilton, res 81 Wells. 
Miller Xavier, watchman Jacoby & Weigand, res 6 Gay. 
Miller & Fletcher, (Wm. H. Miller, C. C. Fletcher) grocers 7 

and 9 Calhoun. 
irUller ^. €. & Co., (Nathaniel C. Miller, John H. Cretzer) 

grocers 2 Harrison. 

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174 POLK, MURPHY & CO'S 

milei* & Boerger, (Wm. Miller, Rudolph Boerger) whole- / 
sale mnfrs of horse collars and dealers in leather and find- '.> 
ings 76, 78 & 80 Clinton. See advt. 

Millhouse Samuel, bridge-builder, bds 108 Barr. 

Mills A. J. H., produce 71 e Columbia, bds Exchange Hotel. 

Mills Horatio T. , machinist, res 281 w Washington. 

Mills Theodore H. , painter, res s s Beck and e of Sherman. 

Mills Thomas, machinist, res 66 Butler. 

Mills Wm., laborer T., W. & W. Ry,. 

Mineck Frank, blacksmith, bds 13 e Water. 

Miner Byrum D., real estate, res 62 Douglass ave. 

Miner Carrie, domestic Amos Richey. 

Miner Charles, tanner, res 47 Wells. 

Miner Mary, domestic Amos Richey. 

Mingersen Gustina, domestic Stephen Bond. 

Minneker E., carpenter R, F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Minnick Albert, night-fireman, bds 2 Lavina ave. 

Mische N. , laborer P. , F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Mischo Lizzie, domestic Moses Lamley. 

Misner James A., painter, res 14 Cass. 

Misner Seymour, engineer, res 102 Wallace. 

Mitchell Kerr M. , machinist Kerr Murray, bds same. 

Mitchell Merole A., drayman, res 39 Maumee. 

Mitchell Robert, fireman T., W. & W. Ry, bds 202 w Jefferson. 

Mitten Wm. , boiler-maker T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Mobley Mary J., res 28 Williams. 

Mock Lewis T. , sawyer Hoffman Bros., res 190 w Main. 

Mock Lizzie, domestic James T., Losee. 

Moderwell Hiram C, (Moderwell & Fowler) bds Aveline 
House. 

Moderwell Jay, mailing clerk Post-office, res n w cor Berry 
and Calhoun. 

moderwell & Foivler, (Hiram C. Moderwell, George S. 
Fowler) shirt mnfrs and dealers in fine finishing goods, n w 
cor Calhoun and Berry. 

Moe Charles D., clerk P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 16 Chicago. 

Moehring Henry, laborer Bass Foundry and Machine Works. 

Moehring H. , jr. , moulder Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Moellering Henry, fireman, res 55 e Lewis. 

Moellering Wm., contractor and builder, and dealer in 
building materials 81 and 83 e Columbia, res 120 Montgo- 
mery. 

Moellrmg Wm., clerk Henry B. Ayres, bds 55 e Lewis. 

Moffat Rev. David W., pastor First Presbyterian church, 
. res 144 e Berry. 

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Moffett Hamilton, laborer, res 345 w Main. 

Mohin Anthony, res 78 Bakee. 

Mohin J., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Mohr John, boot and shoemaker 64 Columbia, res same. 

Mohr John, jr., teller Allen Hamilton & Co., res 64 Columbia. 

Mohr Joseph, book-keeper Allen Hamilton & Co., res 64 Co- 
lumbia. 

Mohr Louis, book-keeper C. L. Hill, res 238 e Washington. 

Moletor Adam, laborer, res 7 John. 

Mollenkopf John, joiner, bds 56 Wells. 

Mollet Peter, laborer Bass Foundry & Machine Works, 

Molloy Peter, caller T. , W. & W. Ry, bds 82 Fairfield ave. 

Moltz James, train-dispatcher P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 208 
Lafayette. 

Mommer John, machinist, res 174 e Lewis. 

Mommer Joseph jr., clerk B. Phillips, res 133 w Main. 

Mommer Lewis, moulder, res 180 e Lewis. 

Mommer Michael, sexton Catholic Cemetery, res same. 

Monagher J., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Monahan Dennis, (James Harper & Co.) res 235 e i^ewis. 

Monahan John, laborer, bds 6 Kansas. 

Monak Matilda, stripper George Reiter & Co. , res s w cor Grif- 
fith and Wayne. 

Monnier Seraphin, laborer, res 63 e Water. 

Monning Henry, (Trentman, Monning & Son) res 143 e Wayne. 

Monning John B., (Trentman, Monning & Son) res 143 e 
Wayne. 

Monnot Louis C, clerk J. C. Didier, bds 14 Lafayette. 

Monahue H., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Monroe Mrs. Elizabeth, boarding-house 85 Holman. 

Monroe Miss Rebecca M., bds 223 w Jeiferson. 

Monroe R., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Monroe Wm. , cooper, res 22 n Calhoun. 

Montgomery Noah, carpenter, res 26 William. 

Monyhan Martin, domestic Mrs. L. A. Bond. 

Moomer Louis, moulder Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Moon George, collector internal revenue 57 Clinton, res War- 
saw, Indiana. 

Moon George R. , deputy collector internal revenue, res Warsaw, 
Indiana. 

Moon Wm. , machinist, res 270^ Calhoun. 

Mooney John, laborer Kerr Murray, bds 6 Kansas. 

Moore Charles, clerk, bds 16 Chicago. 

Moore David H., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 34 Chi- 
cago. 



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Moore Eli B., engineer, res 20 Baker. 

Moore Francis J., student, bds 37 Wall. 

Moore Frank A., commercial traveler, bds Gilbert House. 

Moore George, blacksmith, res 30 Gay. 

Moore James JE., physician 80 Calhoun, bds n s av Berry, 
near Calhoun. 

Moore John, fireman T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Moore John, laborer, res 17 Brandriff. 

Moore John S., conductor P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 212 
Lafayette. 

Moore John W., engineer, res 93 w Water. 

Moore Lydia, domestic Joseph R. Walton. 

Moore Miss N. F., clerk George DeWald & Co., bds 134 e 
Main. 

Moore Miss Sara J., clerk U. S. pension office, res 53 w Wayne. 

Moore Wm. H. , engineer T., W. & W. Ry, res 60 Prince. 

Moorhouse John W., miller John Sedgwick, bds 83 Bracken- 
ridge. 

Mooring John, sawyer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Moran Peter, ice dealer 201 e Wayne, res same. 

Mordhurst Henry W., prescription clerk H. G. Wagner, bds 54 
Calhoun. 

Morehouse Horace B., book-keeper N. B. Young & Co., res 220 
w Washington. 

Morel Edward, machinist, res n e cor Monroe and Charles. 

Horell Charles O., boot and shoe maker 8 w Wayne, res 
low Wayne. 

Morrell Christian, res 10 w Wayne. 

Morell Henry, boot and shoe maker 8 w Wayne, res 1 1 w Jef- 
ferson. 

Morrell Richard, fireman, res 18 Baker. 

Morgan A. M., corn merchant, bds Exchange Hotel. 

Morgan James, machinist, bds 106 Barr. 

Morgan Katie, domestic Philip O. Blaisdell. 

Morgan Oliver H. , clerk Morgan & Beach, res 40 e Washing- 
ton. 

Morgan Oliver P., (Morgan & Beach) res 40 e Washington. 

Morgan Richard B. , machinist, bds 74 Douglas ave. 

Horgaii & Beaeh, (Oliver P. Morgan, Frederick Beach) 
hardware, rubber and leather belting 19 and 21 e Columbia. 

Morganthaler Peter, clerk Rothschild & Bro., res 85 w Main. 

Morhenke Christian, laborer, res no Madison. 

Moriarty George, laborer, bds 290 Calhoun. 

Moring John, laborer, res 30 Lasalle. 

Moring John, laborer, res 193 Montgomery. 

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Moritz John, res 79 w Berry. 

Morre D., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Morris John, (Morris & Withers) res s s Maple ave w of Broad- 
way. 

Morris John, teamster, res 1 7 w Jefferson. 

Morris Mrs. Rosa, res 105 w Berry. 

Morris Samuel, law-student, res s s Maple ave w of Broadway. 

Morris «& Withers, (John Morris, Warren H. Withers) 
attorneys at law 44 Calhoun. 

Morrison Robert G. , solicitor Singer mnfg Co., res 218 Broad- 
way. 

Morrison Mrs. Rosa, res 89 Holman. 

Morrison Sophia, dressmaker, res 16 Wallace. 

Morrison Thomas J., boiler-maker, res 53 Butler. 

Morse Charles, produce dealer, bds 218 Broadway. 

Morse James, laborer, res 55 Wall. 

Morse James, produce-dealer, bds 218 Broadway. \ 

Morse James, works Spoke Factory, res 47 Buchanan. 

Morse John B. , master mechanic T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Morse J. Edward, brakeman, bds 17 Holman. 

Morse Stanley B. , director Indiana Conservatory of Music, bds 
Hamilton House. 

Morss Samuel E., city editor Sentinel, res 107 Lafayette. 

Mortz Albert J., mail-carrier, bds Gilbert House. 

Morvilius Frank, cigar-maker Eckert & Ortmann, res 75 e Jef- 
ferson. 

Mosshammer Mrs. Bertha, mid-wife, res 84 e Wayne. 

Mosshammer Jacob, cigar-maker, bds 84 e Wayne. 

Mosshammer John, laborer, res 84 e Wayne. 

Mosshammer Moses C. , stripper L. Dessauer & Co., res 84 e 
Wayne. 

Motsch Fred, bartender C. G. Rapp, bds 24 w Main. 

Motz George, carpenter, res 40 Second. 

Mougin Adaline, domestic Joseph Langard. 

Moulton G. , works N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Mountague August, saloon 283 w Main, res same. 

Moure Mrs. Louisa, bds 103 w Main. 

Mower Annie, domestic Henry McKinnie. 

Moyer Benjamin, carpenter, res 140 Lafayette. 

Moyer George G. , brakeman T., W. & W. Ry, res 19 Wall. 

Moyer Mrs. Jane, res 19 Wall. 

Moynihan Andrew J., printer Sentinel office, bds 149 Broad- 
way. 

Much Philip, teamster, res 38 Third. 

Mudge Jeremiah C, carpenter, res 20 Henry. 

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Mudge Frank R, brakeman T., W. & W. Ry, bds 186 Jack- 
son. 

Mudge John A., carpenter, bds 20 Henry. 

Mudge Smith R., conductor T., W. & W. Ry, res 186 Jack- 
son. 

Mueller John S., tailor M. Heingartner, res 19 Wilt. 

Mueller Nicholas, laborer, res 296 e Washington.. 

Mugul George, wagon-maker, res 408 e Wayne. 

Mulenbruch Charles, wagon-maker, res 219 e Jefferson. 

Muhler Mrs. Anna, res 27 w Berry. 

Muhler Catharine, res 27 w Berry. 

Muhler Charles F., (Wilson & Muhler) res 62 Fulton. 

Muhler George L., tinner Wilson & Muhler, res 27 w Berry. 

Muhlfeith John, clothes-cleaner 174 Calhoun, res 40 Wells. 

Muirhead Alexander, machinist Kerr Murray, res 61 Bracken- 
ridge. 

Muirhead John, clerk Fruit House, bds 61 Brackenridge. 

Mulcahv Edward, fireman T., W. & W. Ry, res 33 Bass. 

Mulcahy Richard, laborer Gas Works, res Lima Road. 

Mildoon Mrs. Magaret res 86 e Lewis. 

Muldroon Charles, works N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Mulharen John, blacksmith, res in Wilt. 

Mulharen Thomas, fireman P. , F. W. & C. R. R. , bds in 
Wilt. 

Mullen Hannah, waitress Robinson House. 

Mullenbick Wm., carpenter T., W. & W. Ry. 

Mullenbruck D., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Mullenbruck G., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Muller T., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Mummor Joseph, clerk res 133 w Main. 

Munch Nicholas, carpenter, res 230 e Wayne. 

Mung George, painter, bds 157 Ewing. 

Munger Miss Eugenia, teacher, res 109 e Lafayette. 

Mungovan Thomas, blacksmith T., W. & W. Ry, res e s Cal- 
houn s of Collins. 

Munnock Edward, driver X. Hamerle & Co., res — w Wayne. 

Munroe Samuel, fireman T., W. & W. Ry. 

Munson Charles A., (Huestis & Hamilton and Hamilton & Co.) 
res 182 w Washington. 

Munson Mrs. Lucretia M., bds 182 w Washington. 

Murcer Miss Maggie, saleslady A. Mergentheim, bds Weiman's 
Restaurant. 

Murch Richard, conductor T., W. & W. Ry, bds 81 Wells. 

Murphy Amos W., painter, res 55 Maumee. 

Murphy Bernard, moulder, res 73 Force. 

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Murphy George, laborer, res 1 1 Colerick. 

Murphy James, laborer, bds 19 Baker. 

Murphy Mrs. Johanna, res 7 Colerick. 

Murphy John, helper T., W. & W. Ry, res 25 Taylor. 

Murphy John, laborer, res 237 Clay. 

Murphy Julia, domestic Mrs. Allen Hamilton. 

Murphy J., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Murphy Michael, engineer T., W. & W. Ry, res 58 Prince. 

Murphy Michael, laborer, res 171 Madison. 

Murphy Robert W., (Foster Bros. & Co.) res 74 w Main. 

Murphy Seth, engineer, res 155 Hanna. 

Murray Agnes, domestic W. Graffe. 

Murray Americus, machinist, bds 20 Baker. 

Murray A. W., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Murray James, laborer, bds 18 Walnut. 

Murray Kerr, founder and machinist n e cor Calhoun and Wal- 
lace, res 141 w Wayne. 

Murray Richard, brakeman T., W. & W. Ry, bds 82 Fairfield 
ave. 

Murtagh James, engineer T., W. & W. Ry, bds s e cor Fairfield 
ave and Durye. 

Murtagh Wm. H. , propr Mayer House, res same. 

Musch Charles, laborer, bds 197 Ewing. 

Muschal Nicholas, janitor St. Joseph Hospital. 

mutual Liife Insurance Company, of New York, 
John Hough, agent, 32 e Berry. 

Myer Conrad, laborer, bds 126 Gay. 

Myer Fred, tailor, res 99 Wilt. 

Myer Henry, horse-shoeing 10 Calhoun, res 76 w Washington. 

Myers Miss Augusta, res n e cor Fourth and Harrison. 

Myers Charles F. , street-sprinkler, res 66 Douglass ave. 

Myers Chris, laborer T., W. & W. Ry. 

Myers Ellis, fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 176 Fairfield 
ave. 

Myers Ernst, meat-market 213 Lafayette, res same. 

Myers E. Didrick, cooper, res 89 Wells. 

Myers Frank X., painter, bds 183 e Jefferson. 

Myers George M., moulder, res 29 Houch. 

Myers Henry, carpenter, res 181 e Lewis. 

Myers Isaac, brakeman P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 107 Hol- 
man. 

Myers Jennie, waitress Hedikin House. 

Myers John F. , cooper, res 28 Douglass. 

Myers Mrs. Louise, res 80 Montgomery. 

Myers Mary, domestic Oliver P. Morgan. 

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Myers Richard, bds 178 Barr. 

Myers Ryan, moulder, res 29 Houch. 

Myers Samuel, engineer, res 28 Melita. 

Myers S., helper R, F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Myers William, blacksmith, res 98 Williams. 

Myers Wm., domestic Stephen Bond. 

Myers Wm., machinist Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Myers Wm. F., machinist T., W. & W. Ry. 

Myers liVm. H., general contractor, office 100 Fairfield ave, 

res same. 
Myers Win. H., physician 80 Calhoun, res 157 w Wayne. 
Myerson Philip, clerk Jacob Nirdlinger, res 173 w Washington. 
Myton Ada, cook Mayer House. 
Myton Lavinia, cook Mayer House. 

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Naff John J., butcher, res 63 e Water. 

Nagel Christian F. , machinist Perkins Engine Co. , res 99 w Jef- 
ferson. 

Nagel Frederick, porter, res 99 w Jefferson. 

Nagel Frederick, store-keeper T., W. & W. Ry. 

Nagel Frederick, jr., machinist, bds 99 w Jefferson. 

Nagel Martin, machinist, bds 99 w Jefferson. 

Nagle F. A., clerk, bds Gilbert House. 

Nahrwold Christian, clerk Wm. Paul, res 5 8 e Jefferson. 

Nahrwold Frederick, laborer, res 319 w Washington. 

Nahrwold Lizzie A. , domestic S. B. Brown. 

Nahrwold William, joiner Jacoby & Weigand. 

Nahrwolth C. , laborer Bass Fouiidry & Machine Works. 

Narhut Martin, res 91 w Jefferson. 

Nash C. P., traveling agent, bds Mayer House. 

Nash Michael F., printer Gazette Printing Co., bds Main st 
Exchange. 

Nathan Herman, (Beecher & Nathan) bds Robinson House. 

Ilfational Fire Ins. Co., of Philadelphia, Pa. , J. T. Losee, 
agent, room 25^ Post-office building. 

IHiTaitional Ins. Co., of Hartford, Conn., J. T. Hanna, 
agent, 19 Court. 

Nave Benjamin, carpenter, res loi Wallace. 

Nave William, carpenter, res loi Wallace. 

Naxt Moses, carpenter, res 129 Francis. 

NazerWm., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 92 Mont- 
gomery. 

Neay Henry, laborer, res 159 Hanna. 

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Nedermeyer Paul, laborer, res 26 Lasselle. 

Neeb George, laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 54 Oakley. 

Nees Charles, turner, res 36 Wall. 

Nees Henry, carver, res 28 College. 

Neff John E., bds Central Hotel. 

Negal Henry, laborer, res n e cor Maple and Thompson aves 

Neher Joseph, shoemaker, res 1 2 e Berry. 

Nehmann Louise, domestic Hanna House. 

Neichter Joseph, machinist T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Neichter Otto, laborer T., W. & W. Ry. 

Neidhardt Joseph, carpenter, res 56 Madison. 

Neidhoefer William, grocer e s Lafayette bet Wallace and 

Charles, res same. 
Neilund Henry, blacksmith, bds n w cor Main and Mechanics. 
Neireiter Casper B., saddles and harness 13 w Columbia, res 

228 w Washington. 
Neireiter Christ, trunk-maker C. Neireiter, res 57 w Porter. 
Neireiter Conrad, mnfr trunks, valises, &c. 8 Calhoun, res 137 

w Wayne. 
Neireiter G., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Neirhood Elizabeth, domestic R. S. Taylor. 
Neirhood John, clerk S. S. Smick, res 8 Lavina. 
Nelligan Michael, machinist Kerr Murray, res 56 Douglass ave. 
Nelson DeGroff, (DeGroff Nelson & Co.) res Elm Park 3 miles 

e of city limits. 
Nelson George, (Fort Wayne Steel Plow Works) res 63 w Main. 
Nelson Isaac D. G., (DeGroff Nelson & Co.) res Elm Park 3 

miles e of city limits. 
Nelson Sarah, domestic Charles Newberger. 
Nelson Sulley, machine hand Cochrane, Humphrey & Co. 
Nelson Wm. R., attorney, bds 103 w Berry. 
Nelson DeGroff & Co., (DeGroff Nelson, Isaac D. G. Nelson) 

seeds, &c. n w cor Clinton and Columbia. 
Nemir Henry, laborer, res 153 Madison. 
Nerica John, machine hand, res 141 Madison. 
Nerica Noah, carpenter, res 90 Hanna. 
Nessel Michael, carpenter, res 138 e Lewis. 
Nestel Charles W., alias Commodore Foote, res 203 w Jefferson. 
Nestel Daniel, jr., carpenter, bds 203 w Jefferson. 
M^estel Daniel, sr., manager Commodore Foote's Troupe, 

res 203 w Jefferson. 
Nestel Miss Eliza, alias Fairy Queen, bds 203 w Jefferson. 
Nestel E., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Nestel Philip, grocer 189 Lafayette, res 187 Lafayette. 
Neuberger Charles, millinery goods, res 195 w Main. 

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Netherlands America SSteam Navigation Co., 

Siemon Bros., agents, 77 Columbia. 
Nenberger Mrs. B., millinery and fancy goods 146 Co- 
lumbia, res 195 w Main. 
Neuenschwander Edward, clerk V. Jacobson, bds 46 Columbia. 
Neuenscli wander Isaac M., saloon and dealer in 

sweitzer and limburger cheese 46 Columbia, res same. 
Neuhaus Frank, res s s Huffman w of Wells. 
Neuhaus Henry, traveling salesman Keil & Bros., bds n e cor 

Barr and Washington. 
Neupher Leonard, engineer T. , W. & W. Ry. 
Neuroth Louis, tinsmith T., W. & W. Ry, res 53 Walnut. 
Newberger Henry, cigars and tobacco n e cor Main and 

Calhoun, bds 19 w Jefferson. 
Newberger Louis, (Newberger & Stratton) city attorney, res 19 

w Jefferson. 
Neirberger & iStratton, (Louis Newberger, Jerome Q. 

Stratton) attorneys at law 34 e Berry. 
Newcomer Christian, clerk Harmon House. 
Newell Charles D., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 258 w 

Jefferson. 
Newell Hans, janitor, res 16 Locust. 
USew England Mutual l<ifelns. Co., of Boston, Mass., 

Irwin & Lumbard, agents, 36 Calhoun. 
Newfer Leonard, engineer, res 306 Harrison. 
Newham Thomas, engineer T. , W. & W. Ry, res 1 1 Walnut. 
Newhouse Reinhard, shoemaker J. Foellinger, bds 46 Water. 
Newman Augustus, wks Organ Factory, res 22 Walnut. 
Newman Gustave, organ regulator Fort Wayne Organ Co. , res 

26 Walnut. 
Newman Wm., machinist T., W. Sl W. Ry. 
Newroth Lewis, coppersmith T., W. & W. Ry. 
Newton Orrin L., telegraph operator T., W. & W. Ry, res 55 

Douglass ave. 
New York City Store, Foster Bros. & Co. , proprietors, 

16 (old 94) e Columbia. See front cover. 
New Yorli Store, Root & Company, proprietors, 20 (old 

90) e Columbia. See embossed line front cover. 
Ney Edward, laborer, res loi Williams. 
Nicholas John, carpenter T., W. & W. Ry. 
Nichols James, huxter, res no w Water. 
Nichter Joseph, laborer, res 183 Jackson. 
Niebergall Henry, baker H. Wignan & Co., res 136 e Lewis. 
Nieman John, laborer, res 330 e Washington. 
Nieman Wm., machinist, res 62 Lillie. 



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Nieman Theodore, grocer 274 e Washington, res 272 e Wash- 
ington. 

Niemann Gottlieb, (Niemann & Dammeyer) res 49 Douglas ave. 

Neimann & Dammeyer, (Gottlieb Neimann, Wm. Dammeyer) 
grocers 108 Calhoun. 

Nieriter Conrad, cigar-maker, res 176 e Washington. 

Niermann Morton, res 43 w Water. 

Nies Lizzie, domestic Misses Hamilton. 

]¥ietei* Heury, grocer 90 Barr. res same. 

Nieter H., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Niles Hiram, car-driver, bds 262 Calhoun. 

Nill Albert C, druggist E. H. Nill & Co., bds 34 w Washing- 
ton. 

Nill Conrad, boots and shoes 31 w Columbia, res 117 Wells. 

Nill Mrs. Conrad, res 34 w Washington. 

Nill Edward H., (E. H. Nill & Co.) res 34 w Washington. 

Nill Harry, shoe-dealer, res 117 Wells. 

J^ill E. BE. & Co., (Edward H. Nill, — . — . ) drug- 
gists 80 Calhoun. See advt. 

Nilley Miss Emma, bds 29 w Wayne. 

Ninde Lindley M., attorney at law 16 w Main, res w s Fairfield 
ave near city limits s. 

Nirdlinger Mrs. F. , res 31 w Main. 

Nirdlinger Harry C, apprentice Geo. J. E. Mayer & Co., res 
50 w Water. 

]VirdliDger Jacob, clothing and gents' furnishing goods i 
Keystone Block, res 50 w Water. 

Nirdlinger Joe, cashier Jacob Nirdlinger, res 50 w Water. 

Nirdlinger Max, clothing 5 e Main, res 82 w Main. 

Nish George, painter, res 67 e Main. 

Nitche Clara, (Koch & Niche) res 1 2 w Jefferson. 

Nitche Ella, domestic Henry Sharp. 

Nix Valentine, shoemaker 80 e Jefferson, res same. 

Nixon Alfred, teacher, res 282 Harrison. 

Noble Charles F. , fireman T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Noeb G., blacksmith. 

Noevolt Christopher, moulder, res 147 e Lewis. 

Nohe Joseph, shoemaker, bds 167 Broadway. 

Nohe Wm., shoemaker 167 Broadway, res 19 Nirdlinger ave. 

Nohlwold Frederick, laborer, res 25 Wilts. 

Nohrwald L, laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Nohrwalt Charles, plasterer, res 265 e Lewis. 

Nohrwalt Conrad, laborer, res 267 e Lewis. 

Nolan James, fireman, res 140 Francis. 

Nolan John, machmist, res 22 Charles. 

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Nolan Michael, laborer, res 24 Charles. 
Nolan Wm., laborer, bds 85 Holman. 
Noll Alphonse A., with C. Orff & Co., res 235 e Lewis. 
Noll Andrew, stone-cutter, bds 19 Nirdlinger ave. 
Noll Benedict R. , book-keeper Meyer Bros. & Co. , res 28 Doug- 
las ave. 
Noll Edward, book-keeper Rohs, Erne & Reinking, res 146 e 

Wayne. 
Noll Frank J., clerk C. Orff & Co., bds 241 e Lewis. 
Noll George, laborer, res 241 e Lewis. 
Noll John F., with Martin Noll, res 146 e Wayne. 
Noll John G., (C. Orff & Co.) res 245 e Lewis. 
Noll Martin, boots and shoes 22 Clinton, res 146 e Wayne. 
Noll Martin A., (C. Orff & Co,) res 201 w Main. 
Noll Peter, painter, res 46 Butler. 
Norman Harrison, boarding-house 114 Fairfield ave. 
Norris N. B. , engineer P. , F. W. & C. R. R. 
ITortli British & JHercantile Ins. Co., of London & 

Edinburgh, F. P. Randall agent, 24 Clinton. 
Norton Mrs. L. E., res 24 w Berry. 
Norton Mary, domestic G. A. Goeriz. 
Norwald Henry, laborer T. , W. & W. Ry. 
Norwald Sophia, domestic Edward F. Carey. 
Norwalt Frederick, laborer T. , W. & W. Ry. 
Norwalt Wm., carpenter, res 29 Wilt. 
Notestein Minnie, chambermaid Mayer House. 
Nozman Henry, laborer Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 
Nuby Frank, tinsmith, bds Fox House. 
Nulf Philip, fireman T., W. & W. Ry, res 13 Durye. 
Nurgen Emma, domestic Wm. E. Hood. 
Nusmann John, shoemaker, res 227 e Wayne. 
Nuttman John M., (Nuttman & Taylor) res 269 w Jefferson. 
Nuttman Joseph D. jr., book-keeper First National Bank, res n 

e cor Berry and Griffith. 
IWuttman Josepb 1>. sr.. President First National Bank, 

res n e cor Berry and Griffith. 
Ifuttman <& Taylor, (John M. Nuttman, L Newton Taylor) 

wholesale and retail dealers in lumber, lath and shingles 309 

s Broadway. 

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Oakley Chauncey B., saddlery hardware 29 e Columbia, res n s 

w Main. 
Oat Peter, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 
Oberdeer Adam, carpenter, bds Stueben House. 

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Obrecht John, principal German School, bds F. Schmueckle. 
Obrien Charles, carpenter J. L. Potter, bds 132 Creighton ave. 
O'Brian Christopher, night-watchman Schnelker, Beugnot& Co., 

bds 165 Ewing. 
O'Brien Dennis, boatman, res 225 w Washington. 
O'Brien Patrick, laborer, bds 20 Chicago. 
O'Brien Patrick, laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R., res rear 24 

Bass. 
O'Brien Wm., confectionery 276 Calhoun, res 50 Melita. 
Oburn Eliot T., printer Gazette Printing Co., res 132 w Main. 
O'Connell Daniel, (O'Connell & Bro.) res 205 e Wayne. 
O'Connell John, (O'Connell & Bro.) res Central Hotel. 
O'Connell <& Bro., (Daniel & John) proprs Central Hotel 

s s Berry, opp Court House. See advt. 
O'Connor Bernard S., (O'Connor & Co.) bds Mayer House. 
O'Connor Miss Cornelia, teacher, res 92 w Water. 
O'Connor John, blacksmith, res 251 Webster. 
O'Connor John F., (O'Connor & Co.) res 219 w Washington. 
O'Connor Joseph M., traveling salesman Sutermeister, Becker 

& Bond, res 92 w Water. 
O'Connor Martin, machinist Singer Mnfg Co. , rooms 60^ Cal- 
houn. 
O'Connor Patrick, policeman, bds — Barr. 
O'Connor Stephen, clerk Irwin & Lumbard, bds Anderson 

House. 
O'Connor & Co., (Bernard S. O'Connor, John F. O'Connor & 

V. A. Sallot) mnfrs chair and table stuffs cor Thompson ave 

andT., W. & W. Ry. 
O'Connors Jeremiah, blacksmith, res 46 Baker. 
Oddow Joseph, (Oddow & Manuel) res 70 Barr. 
Oddow & Manuel, (Joseph Oddow, Julius P. Manuel) grocers 

70 Barr. 
Odeaw Peter, teamster, res 104 Wells. 
Odow Miss Constance, domestic Cathedral. 
Oettinger John, apprentice Indiana Staats-Zeitung, res 188 

Broadway. 
Ofolock Michael, painter, res 130 Francis. 
Ofurlof Valentine, painter, res 32 Force. 
Ogden Robert, foreman Neil McLachlin, res 16 e Lewis. 
Oger Frank M., (G. Reiter & Co.) res 68 Calhoun. 
Ogle John J., physician 128 Calhoun, res 98 Montgomery. 
O'Grady Maggie, domestic Charles Cartwright, 
O'Grady Nellie, assistant cook Aveline House. 
O'Hearn James, laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
O'Hearn John, blacksmith P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

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Ohm Mrs. Christina, res 133 w Water. 
Ohnhaus Frank J., clerk Singer & Pyke, res 135 Jefferson. 
Ohnhaus Louis, cash-boy Foster Bros. & Co., res 133 e Jeffer- 
son. 
Ohnhaus Mrs. Scholeste, res 133 e Jefferson. 
Ohza John, laborer, res 124 e Lewis. 
Olds Charles L., res s w cor Berry and Ewing. 
Olds Henry G., (N. G. Olds & Sons) res s w cor Ewing and 

w Berry. 
Olds Jay V. , (N. G. Olds & Sons) res s w cor Ewing and w 

Berry. 
Olds John D., (N. G. Olds & Sons) res 71 w Wayne. 
Olds Noble G., (N. G. Olds & Sons) res s w cor Ewing and w 

Berry. 
Olds ]!«". G. & Sons, (Noble G. Olds, Henry G. Olds, John 

D. Olds, Jay V. Olds) mnfrs of carriage and wagon wood 

work e s Lafayette s of T., W. & W. Ry track. 
Olison P., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Olympius John P. , salesman Coombs & Co. , bds Exchange 

Hotel. 
O'Neil Charles, teamster James Fox, bds same. 
O'Neil Daniel, fireman T., W. & W. Ry, bds 126 Williams. 
O'Neil Patrick, laborer, bds Third and Railroad. 
O'Neil Timothy, fireman T., W. & W. Ry. 
O'Neil Wm., fireman T., W. & W. Ry, bds 85 Holman. 
O'Neil Wm., servant A. A. Purman. 
Openlock V., painter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Openshaw George, machinist, res 32 Charles. 
Opmeyer Frederick, carpenter, res 85 Maumee. 
Oppelt Andrew, candy-maker J. Q. Beard res n w cor Main and 

Fulton. 
Oppelt Joseph, engineer Sutermeister, Becker & Bond, res 14 

Fulton. 
Oppenheimer Abraham, (Oppenheimer & Co.) res 54 w Berry. 
Oppenheimer Fred, produce dealer 85 e Columbia, res 54 w 

Berry. 
Oppenheimer & Co., (Abraham Oppenheimer, Abraham Heil- 

broner) dealers in hides, tallow and furs 6 Calhoun. 
Orbison Alex M., produce and commission 71 e Columbia, bds 

Exchange Hotel. 
Orff Christian, (C. Orff & Co.) res 4 w Water. 
Orff Gottlieb, carpenter, res 150 Clinton. 
Orff Henry, music teacher, res 232 e Washington. 
Orff Jolin, propr Empire Mills, res end w Main. 
Orff John R. , with John Orff, res end w Main. 

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Orff C. & Co., (Christian Orff, Martin A. Noll, John G. Noll) 

dry goods, millinery, etc., 5 and 7 e Columbia. See bottom 

lines. 
Orient Ins. Co. of Hartford, Conn., S. T. Hanna agent 19 

Court. 
Orison John, fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 241 Barr. 
Orme George, boiler-maker, res 32 Hood. 
O'Rourke Edward, (Zollars & O'Rourke) res 24 McClellan. ' 
O'Rourke John, conductor P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 109 

Wallace. 
O'Rourke John C, conductor P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 172 e 

Berry. 
O'Rourke, Martin, foreman, bds 6 Kansas. 
O'Rourke Patrick S., Supt. M., C. & L. M. R. R., office Mon- 

teith, Mich., res 30 McClellan. 
Orr Mrs. Jane, res 377 Lafayette. 
Orr John W., engineer, res 28 Butler. 
Orr J. H., book-keeper Fort Wayne National Bank, res 28 

Butler. 
Orr Michael, teamster, res w s Mechanics near River. 
Orrill Joseph G., foreman book-bindery Sentinel office, res 12 w 

Washington. 
Ortlieb George, saloon 78 Calhoun, res 21 e Washington. 
Ortlieb John, bartender, res 21 e Washington. 
Ortman Henry R., foreman L. Dessauer & Co., res 141 La- 
fayette. 
Ortman Charles, saloon and boarding house 86 Barr, 

res same. 
Ortmann Henry W. , cigar mnfr 79 Calhoun, res 81 Calhoun. 
Ortmann T. W. , (Eckert & Ortmann) res 131 e Washington. 
Ori^s Cliarles, physician s w cor Main and Calhoun, bds 

Robinson House. 
Orvis Hattie P., res 132 w Main. 
O'Ryan Patrick, carpenter, res 50 Baker. 
O'Ryan Patrick, sr., carpenter, res 80 Baker. 
Osenbaugh J., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
O'Shaughnessy John, laborer, bds 17 Colerick. 
O'Shaughnessy Mrs. Mary, res 17 Colerick. 
Osterhause Mary, domestic James S. Gregg. 
Ostermann Henry, cooper, res 320 e Wayne. 
Ostermann John H., laborer, res 320 e Wayne. 
Ostermann Lambert, drayman, res 235 e Washington. 
Oswald Fidele, laborer, res 52 John. 
Ott Frank, (Ott & Huber) res 81 e Berry. 
Ott & Huber, (Frank Ott, Nicholas Huber) painter 8i e Berry, 

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Gtten Henry, laborer, res 266 e Washington. 

Otten Henry, plasterer, bds 34 Gay. 

Otten Joseph, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Otten Louis, foreman Trentman, Monning & Son, res 34 Gay. 

Otten L. , laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Otten Nicholas, plasterer, res 34 Gay. 

Otting Wm., baker L. Blase, bds 29 w Columbia. 

Ounkack Wm., laborer, res 159 Madison. 

Out Henry, bartender, bds 35 Douglass ave. 

Ovenloch M., painter P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Overley Isaac, laborer, res 23 West. 

Overley Jacob, laborer, res n s Douglass bet Wessel and 

Barthold. 
Overley Wm., hostler John Draker & Bro., bds 13 Maiden 

Lane. 
Overliegh John, whitewasher, res 23 Jones. 
Oviatt E. C. , telegraph operator, bds 1 7 Holman. 
Owen George, organ-maker Fort Wayne Organ Co., bds 147 w 

Washington. 
Owen Rev. Henry C, teacher Fort Wayne College, bds same. 
Owens Andrew, brakeman F. W., M. & C. R. R., bds 40 

Wells. 
Owens Matthew, boiler-maker, res 319 Harrison. 
Owens O., conductor P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds Exchange 

Hotel. 
Owens Peter, stave-jointer Schnelker, Beugnot & Co., bds 6 

Kansas. 
Oyster Bay Restaurant, Dennis R. McFeely, propr, 

92 Calhoun. 



Packard Mrs. L T. , res w s Fairfield ave near city limits. 
Packard Walter H., organ-tuner, res w s Fairfield ave near city 

limits. 
Paddison Thomas, machinist, res 241 Webster. 
Page John, brakeman, bds 51 Melita. 
Page Wm. D., Sec'y and Supt. Gazette Printing Co., res 103 

Lafayette. 
Page Wm. W., laborer, res 103 w Water. 
Pageler Frederick, machine hand N. G. Olds & Sons. 
Pagler Anna, domestic James W. Borden. 
Palace of Fashion, i Keystone Block. 
Puller Frank, clerk J. Raab, res 16 e Columbia. 
Palmer Frank, machinist, res 24 Douglass ave. 
Palmer Miss Maria, bds 87 e Jefferson. 

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Palmer Wm., first cook Gilbert House. 

Paltsgrove Wm., U. S. Express Co. delivery clerk, 106 w 

Wayne, formerly 265 w Jefferson. 
Pantlind Henry, hack-driver, res 170 Barr. 
Pappert Emmet, cooper, res 252 e Wayne. 
Parisot Lewis, watchman, res 82 Madison. 
Parisot Claude, laborer, res 52 Lasselle. 
Parisot Joseph, freightman F. W., J. & S. R. R., res 322 

Hanna. 
Parker Charles H., clerk T., W. & W. Ry, bds 57 Garden, 
Parker Henry, fireman, res 96 Lasselle. 
Parker Heury C, agent Empire Transportation Co., bds 

103 Berry. 
Parker Nancy, domestic John Moritz. 
Parks Volney, bds Robinson House. 
Parks Wm. E., saw-filer Hoffman Bros., res 210 w Main. 
Parnin August, clerk, res 2126 Wayne. 
Parnin Louis, machinist Kerr Murray, bds cor Lafayette and 

Holman. 
ParrWm. H. , switchman, res 11 Gay. 
Parrott Eli2abeth, laundress Robinson House. 
Parrott Peter, carpenter, res 27 Oak. 
Parson Albert W., peddler, res 268 e Wayne. 
Passe Charles, carpenter, bds 40 Madison. 
Passe Ernst, carpenter, bds 40 Madison. 
Passino Peter, brakeman, res 53 Buchanan. 
Passmorn Charles, fireman T., W. & W. Ry, bds 82 Fairfield 

ave. 
Patrick Levi, cooper, res 117 Wells. 
Pattan Charles, boarding house 98 Columbia. 
Patterson Charles E. , machinist the Singer M'f'g Co., bds 82 w 

Berry. 
Patton Jesse, policeman, bds Exchange Hotel. 
Patton Miss Maria, bds 46 e Jefferson. 
Patton William S., (Griffith & Patton) res 57 Butler. 
Paul Benjamin, carpenter, bds Farmers' Exchange. 
Paul Charles, mechanic Peters' Box Factory. 
Paul Fred, clerk W. Paul, bds n e cor Jefferson and Harrison. 
Paul Fred, machine hand, res 298 Harrison. 
Paul Henry, clerk, bds 38 w Jefferson. 
Paul Wm., grocer 21 w Columbia, res 338 Jefferson. 
Paygan Augustus, laborer, bds s e cor Calhoun and Wallace. 
Payne Miss Anna, teacher Hanna school. 
Payne Mrs. Elizabeth, res s e cor Hanover and e Wayne. 
Payne John H., teamster J. W. Smith & Son. 

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Payne John Howard, carriage-ironer, bds s e cor Hanover and 

e Wayne. 
Peacock Robert, brakeman, bds 39 Baker. 
Pearson Charles H., drayman, res 309 w Main. 
Peiford Enoch, laborer Edwin Evans. 
Peltier James C., undertaker, res 143 Montgomery. 
Peltier Louis, (Peltier & Carll) res 49 e Louis. 
Peltier & Carll, (Louis Peltier, George S. Carll) undertakers 17 

w Wayne. 
Peltop Henry, laborer T., W. & W. Ry, res 58 Oakley. 
Pettys George, brakeman, bds 46 Chicago. 
Pence Ettie, chambermaid Robinson House. 
Pence Henry, fireman, res 328 Lafayette. 
Pence W. H., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Penner Conrad, painter, res 94 Montgomery. 
Penny Charles E. , engineer, res 160 e Washington. 
Pens E. C, foreman, res 202 w Washington. 
Pens Wm., painter T., W. & W. Ry. 

Pentz Christina, res n s e Wayne bet Walton ave and Hanover. 
Pentz Henry, fireman, res 109 High. 
People's Fire Ins. Co., of Philadelphia, Pa., J. T. Losee, 

agent, 25^ Post-office building. 
Pequegnot, carpenter, res 27 Buchanan. 
Perdue David S. , painter L. O. Hull, bds Pursell House. 
Perper Fred, carpenter Geo. Boester, bds same. 
Perkins Byron, res 6^ w Water. 
Perkins Gngine Co., (John S. Larwill, Paul B. Perkins) 

mnfrs steam engines and pumping machines 16 w Columbia. 
Perkins Miss M. C. , proprietress Anderson House 24 w Berry. 
Perkins Paul B., (Perkins Engine Co.) res 51 w Water. 
Perkins Thomas B., mnfr clothes racks 16 w Columbia, res s s 

Water w of Bloomingdale. 
Perrin Ashley C, livery and sale stable 62 e Wayne, res 

223 Lafayette. See advt. 
Perrin Mrs. Keziah, res 82 Taylor. 
Perry Edgar, gas-fitter, bds 164 w Wayne. 
Perry E., tinner P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Perry Frank, machinist, bds 164 w Wayne. 
Perry John B., engineer, res 164 w Wayne. 
Perry Joseph, conductor G. R. & I. R. R., bds 231 Barr. 
Perry Joseph, sawyer Jacoby & Weigand. 
Perry Joseph J., carpenter, res 2 Oak. 
Perry Wm. W., carpenter, res 179 e Washington. 
Peters A., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Peters Deana, domestic T. M. Biddle. 



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Peters Fred, machinist J. C. Bowser & Co. 

Peters Fred, sawyer, res 20 Lavina. 

Peters H. F. , mechanic Peters' Box Factory. 

Peters John, res 16 w Jefferson. 

Peters John G. , President Peters Box & Lumber Co. 

Peters Wm., bds Henry McKinnie. 

Peters Box & Lumber Co., office 102 High, John G. Peters, 
President; Byron D. Angell, Secretary. 

Peterson Charles, cabinet-maker Fort Wayne Organ Co., res 148 
Fairfield ave. 

Petgen Mrs. EHzabeth, res 121 Holman. 

Petgen Francis A., laborer, bds 121 Holman. 

Petgen Nicholas, laborer res 64 Melita. 

Pettit Mrs. Louisa R., res me Wayne. 

Petz August, laborer, bds 237 Lafayette. 

Petzinger F., boiler-maker P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Petzinger H. H., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Petzler George, cooper 296 Broadway, res same. 

Pfeiffer Charles F., (J. C. Pfeiffer & Co.) bds n w cor 
Fourth and n Harrison. 

Pfeiffer Henry, clerk Morgan & Beach, res 386 e Wayne. 

Pftiiler John C, (J. C. Pfeiffer & Co.) res on Leo road 3 
miles n e city limits. 

Pfeiffer Philip, laborer, res 35 Maumee. 

Pfeiffer J. C. & Co., (John C. Pfeiffer, Frederick Wehrs 
& Jacob Thumm) proprs Bloomingdale Mills n end Wells nr 
the canal. 
Pfliger Joseph, laborer, res 93 w Washington. 
Pflueger Gottholt, tinsmith, bds 152 Calhoun. 
Phalon Joseph, fireman T. , W. & W. Ry. 
Phelps Miss Clara, teacher, bds 258 w Wayne. 
Phelps Delmar, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 
Phelps George, baggage-master, res 72 w Jefferson. 
Phelps James C., conductor P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 20 w 

Jefferson. 
Phelps John W. , brakeman, res 72 w Jefferson. 
Phceuix Fire Insurance Co. of New York, Irwin & 

Lumbard agents, 36 Calhoun. 
Phillabaum George, teamster, res n s Huffman w of Wells. 
Phillabaum Mrs. Jane, laundress, res 35 Grand. 
Philley Eli S., clerk F. W. J. & S. R. R., res 63 w Water. 
Philley Miss Emily L., dressmaker, bds 122 Lafayette. 
Philley H. H., res 64 e Jefferson. 
Philley Miss Hannah H., res 122 Lafayette. 
Phillips Henry M., porter Mayer House, res same. 



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Pliilley Milton S., attorney at law 52 Calhoun, res 122 

Lafayette. 
PJhillips Barney, groceries and liquors 31 Calhoun, res 

121 w Main. 

Phillips Mrs. Elizabeth, res 200 Lafayette. 

Pbillips Oeorge, propr New Haven Stage Line, res 51 
Pearl. 

Pbillips Honse, Peter S. Crisenberry propr, 105 and 107 e 
Columbia. See advt. 

Phillips John, omnibus-driver, bds 42 Pearl. 

Phillips John J., clerk C. Orff & Co., res 121 w Main. 

Phillips Michael, laborer, res 247 Webster. 

Phillips Miss Miranda, bds Martin V. B. Gotshall. 

Pbceuix Fire Insurance Co. of New York, J. T. Losee 
agent, room 25^ Postoffice Building. 

Pickard Thomas D. , clerk Bass Foundry, res 106 e Washington. 

Pickard Thomas R. , foreman Bass Foundry, res 1 06 e Wash- 
ington. 

Pieper Frederick, machinist, res 7 1 w Jefferson. 

Pierce Alexis, brakeman, res 70 William. 

Pierce Everett, machinist, res n s Lewis w of Lillie. 

Pierce James S., agent American Sewing Machine, res 261 w 
Wayne. 

Pierce John E. , traveling agent, res 67 Melita. 

Pierce N. Frank, express messenger, bds Robinson House. 

Pierce Ogden, postal clerk, res w s Thompson ave, opp Maple 
avenue. 

Pierce Washington I., clerk Wooster, Williams & Co., bds 278 
w Berry. 

Pierce Rev. Wm. O. , professor Fort Wayne College, res same. 

Pierce Mrs. Zerelda F., teacher Fort Wayne College, res same. 

Pierr Jacob, (J. & P. Pierr) res 92 w Berry. 

Pierr Peter, (J. & P. Pierr) res 254 w Washington. 

Pierr J. & P., (Jacob & Peter) dry goods and millinery 
Phcenix Block. 

Pietz Ferdinand «F., watchmaker and jeweler 66 Calhoun, 
res same. 

Pigeon Maggie, domestic Mrs. Marietta Lewis.. 

Pigeon Nicholas, laborer, res 64 Melita. 

Pilgrim Luther, carpenter, res 229 Lafayette. 

Pio Wm., collar-maker Miller & Boerger, res 167 e Wayne. 

Pipenbrink Christian, clerk Foster Bros. & Co., res Adams town- 
ship, e of city limits. 

Pipenbrink Conrad D. , boots and shoes 32 e Columbia, res 48 
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Piper Frederick, machinist T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Piquignot Joseph, (Langard & Piquignot) res 60 Columbia. 

Pieson Peter, grocer n w cor Taylor and Broadway, res 
same. See advt. 

Pisano Martin, boots and shoes 112 Calhoun, res 140 Fulton. 

Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago Railroad, 
ofifice e s Clinton bet Holman and Railroad; freight depot n 
e cor Clinton and Railroad; passenger depot n w cor Clinton 
and Railroad; C. E. Gorham, assistant general manager; C. 
D. Gorham, supt western division. 

Pitzel Curtis, sawyer Hoffman Bros., bds 120 Clinton. 

Platter A., conductor T., W. & W. Ry. 

Pleager Henrika S. , clerk Wm. Wieman, bds 11 e Main. 

Ploch H., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Plock Bernard, heading-jointer, bds 196 w Jefferson. 

Ploor Charles, laborer T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Plottner Edward, book-binder Sentinel office, res — e Wash- 
ington. 

Pohlanz John, mason, res 45 Maumee. 

Pohler Lizzie, domestic Benjamin S. Woodworth. 

Polhamus Albert H., engineer, res 73 Dawson. 

Pond Frank W. . salesman Huestis & Hamilton, res 84 e Berry. 

Pool David, machinist T., W. & W. Ry, bds 18 Colerick. 

Poole Emery O., engineer T., W. & W. Ry, res 118 Jackson. 

Poole J. G., brakeman, res 140 Force. 

Poole Miss Maggie, clerk Foster Bros. & Co., res 140 Force. 

Poole Spencer, switchman, res 338 Harrison. 

Pope Adam J. , bartender Fred Briel, res — Williams, Blooming- 
dale. 

Pope Charles, supt Peters Box & Lumber Co., res 56 Maumee 
avenue. 

Poppa Wm., contractor, res 141 High. 

Porter Charles R., superintendent's clerk P., F. W. & C. R. R., 
bds 203 w Wayne. 

Porter Edwin, conductor, res 255 Webster. 

Porter Mrs. Lizzie, res 39 Lavina. 

Portsmouth E., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Post Augusta, domestic Sigmond Reidelsheimer, bds 48 w 
Wayne. 

Poston Elisha W., photographer 44 Calhoun, res same, 
third floor. 

Potter Charles A., engineer, res 67 Baker. 

Potter John, carpenter, res w s Sherman n of Huffman. 

Potter Joseph li., carpenter and builder 124 w Main, res 
132 Creighton ave. See advt. 

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Potter Thomas, carpenter, bds John Potter. 

Potthoff Wm. , bds Henry McKinnie. 

Potts J., blacksmith P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Powell Charles, laborer, res 47 High. 

Powenn David, plasterer, res 273 w Main. 

Powers Amasa V. , printer Fort Wayne Journal, bds 94 e Berry. 

Powers Emmet, (Fletcher & Powers) bds Gilbert House. 

Pollers Thomas, principal Fort Wayne Commercial Col- 
lege, bds Central Hotel. See advt page 16. 

Poyneer George W. , physician (specialist) 2 Phoenix Block, bds 
Phillips House. 

Poyser Henry J. , machinist T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Poyser Hiram, pattern-maker T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Prang Hannah, domestic Jesse Williams. 

Prang Henrv, carpenter, bds 339 e Washington. 

Pranger Barney, laborer, res 310 e Wayne. 

Pranger Conrad, laborer, res 206 e Washington. 

Pranger John H., carpenter, res 301 e Washington. 

Pranger John W., res 301 e Washington. 

Pratt Allan, bricklayer, bds 82 Montgomery. 

Pratt Wm. F., contractor, res 20 Douglas ave. 

Prentiss Joseph R., (J. C. Bowser & Co.) res 90 Wells. 

Prentiss Patrick, laborer, res 97 Baker. 

Prescott Alvan S., (Brandriff, Prescott & Co.) res 105 Lafayette. 

Prescott Edwin W., (Brandriff, Prescott & Co.) res 105 Lafayette. 

Pressler George, carpenter, res 102 Butler. 

Pressler John, stoves and tinware 187 Broadway, res 4 Hood. 

Preston C, engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Price Henry, machinist, res 97 Force. 

Price Mary, domestic Joseph A. Carey. 

Price Miss Mary J., dressmaker, bds 103 Wilt. 

Priesmeyer Wm. C, bartender J. Kabisch, bds 12 w Main. 

Prince Thomas, machinist, res 39 n Calhoun. 

Prindle Frank, laborer, res 468 Scribner w s. 

Pringer B., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Pringer C, laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Prinzing August, tanner Jacob Fry & Sons, bds 296 w Main. 

Lritchard Thomas, moulder, res 6 Oak. 

Probasco A. C, Secretary Fort Wayne Gas Light Co., res 106 e 
Main. 

Probasco Wm. J., book-keeper G. DeWald & Co., res 106 e 
Main. 

Prock Augusta, waitress Aveline House. 

Proner Martin, laborer, res 11 St. Francis. 

Pronger Addie, domestic Thomas B. Hedekin. 

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Pross Frederick, laborer, bds 327 Hanna. 

Prossoret Wm., blacksmith, res 27 Wessel. 

Protection JAfe Iiisurauce Co. of Chicago, H. H. 

Bossier agent, 44 Calhoun. 
Pump F. , teamster Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 
Purdy Theodore H., physician s e cor Lewis and Lillie, res 

same. 
Purger Louis, laborer, res 224 w Jefferson. 
Purman Algernon A., attorney at law 20 w Berry, res 

225 Hanna. 
Pursell Erwin A., propr Farmers' Exchange 10 n Harrison, res 

same. 
Purvis Mrs. Jennie, bds 152 e Washington. 
Putnam Wm. H., brakeman, res 91 Ewing (up stairs). 
Pyke Wm. H., (Singer & Pyke) res 134 w Berry. 

Q, 

Queen Fire Insurance Co. of Liverpool and London, 

Eng., A. H. Carier agent, 27 Postoffice Building. 
Quicksell T., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Quicksell Thomas, engineer, res 47 Gay. 
Quidor Nathan K. , engineer T., W. & W. Ry, res 40 Wilt. 
Quilliman D., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Quinlan Dennis, carpenter, res 241 Webster. 
Quinlan James, laborer, bds 6 Kansas. 
Quinn Mrs. Bridget, res 38 Chicago. 
Quinn Daniel, laborer, bds 38 Chicago. 

Quinn Edward, laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 23 Colerick. 
Quinn James, furnaceman, res 151 Wallace. 
Quinn J., blacksmith P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Quinn Mrs. Margaret, res 39 Duck. 

Quinn Michael, laborer T., W. & W. Ry, res 35 Taylor. 
Quinn Mrs. Susan, res Catholic Cemetery Grounds. 
Quinn Thomas, helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Quinn Wm., clerk Philip Lordier, res 35 Taylor. 

Raab Frederick, grocer 59 Columbia, res 175 e Washington. 

Raab John, clerk Daniel Vollmer, res 112 w Jefferson. 

Raab John, pork-packer and grocer 16 (old 92) e Columbia, res 

n e cor Ewing and Jefferson. 
Rabel Christian, laborer Nuttman & Taylor, res e s Indiana 

avenue. 

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Rabus John, clerk Foster Bros. & Co., res 59 Wells, Blooming- 
dale. 
Rabus John, tailor M. E. Woodward, res 59 Wells. 
Rabus Magdalena, res 56 Douglas. 
Racine Aiine, horse-collar mnfr e s First, bet Wells and 

Cass, res 27 n Cass. See advt page 35. 
Racine August, teamster, res w s Wells n of Huffman. 
Racine Frederick I<., horse-collar mnfr ;^6 Cass, res 34 n 

Cass. 
Racine Jacob, horse-collar maker, res 88 w Jefferson. 
Raddy Joseph, tailor M. E. Woodward, res 260 e Jefferson. 
Radeuiaclier Rev. Josepli, pastor St. Mary's Catholic 

church, res 134 e Jefferson. 
Rademacher Mrs. Theresa, res 134 e Jefferson. 
Rademacher Wm., shoemaker M, App, res 122 Clay. 
Radetzka J., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Rady Wm., laborer T., W. & W. Ry. 
Raeter John, laborer, res 54 Wall. 
Rafesnyder Sylvester, laborer Jacoby & Weigand. 
Rafferty O., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Rahe August, moulder J. C. Bowser & Co. , res s s Madison e of 

Barr. 
Rahe Frank H., cigar-maker, bds 249 w Washington. 
Rahe Henry, carpenter, res 161 Broadway. 
Rahlmg Henry, boiler-maker T., W. & W. Ry. 
Rahorst Fred, cabinet-maker, res 218 e Jefferson. 
Raiden Daniel, laborer, bds s e cor Calhoun and Wallace. 
Raidy David, engineer, res 18 Bass. 
Raifsnyder Jacob, res 82 Force. 
Railway Passenger Accident Ins. Co., of Hartford, 

John Hough, agent, 32 e Berry. 
Raiser George, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 
Ranibo Renjaniin W., news room and confectionery 

73 Calhoun, res 124 w Washington. 
Rambold Gottlieb, laborer, res 55 Wilt. 
Ramke Henry, laborer, res loi Wilt. 
Rammart Herman, laborer, res 30 Douglass. 
Ramsdell Charles H. , engineer, res 6 Lavina. 
Ramsdell Joseph E., engineer, bds 6 Lavina. 
Ramsey Henry M., blacksmith W. & E. Stevens, bds s of city 

limits. 
Randall Alexander, mason, res no Chicago. 
Randall Anthony P., attorney at law, bds 182 e Jefferson. 
Randall Franklin P., insurance agent 24 Clinton, res 115 

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Randall E. S. (Bronson & Randall) bds 21 Pine. 

Baudall Perry A., attorney at law 6 Burgess Block, re» 
182 e Jefferson. 

Randall Strother, res no Chicago. 

Ranen Ulrich, brick-layer, res 64 w Wayne. 

Rank John, laborer, res 88 Madison. 

Ranke Fred, machinist J. C. Bowser & Co. , res 1 23 w Wash- 
ington. 

Ranke Wm., (Ranke, Yergens & Co.) res 121 w Washington. 

Ranke, Yergens & Co., (Wm. Ranke, Wm. Yergens, 
Fred Brandt) stave mnfrs w s Ewing s of Water. 

Rankert Charles, (Certia & Rankert) res w of Wells n of 
Langohr. 

Rankie Henry, machinist T., W. & W. Ry. 

Rapp Christian O., saloon 24 w Main, res same. 

Rapp Jacob, carpenter, res 191 Hanna. 

Rapp John, blacksmith T., W. & W. Ry. 

Rapp J., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Rapple P., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Raquet Christian, guns, fishing tackle, &c. 20 w Main, 
res same. See advt page 35. 

Raquet Peter, gunsmith, res 68 Ewing. 

Rastetter Louis, foreman N. G. Olds & Sons, res 147 Calhoun. 

Rathert Henry, laborer, res 212 e Washington. 

Ratt Henry, clerk S. A. Freeman, res 24 w Wayne. 

Rattray Robert, cigar-maker, res 92 e Jefferson. 

Ran Casper, propr Steuben House s e cor Calhoun and e 
Washington. 

Rauh Mathias, clerk G. DeWald & Co., res n w cor Cass 
and Second. 

Rauh Miss Sophia, res 95 w Berry. 

Rauner Joseph, painter, res 126 Wilt. 

Rausch P. , foreman P. , F. W. & C. R. R. 

Ray Henry, carpenter T., W. & W. Ry. 

Ray Wm. F., res n s Dewald bet Webster and Hoagland ave. 

Rayhouser Gedaliah I. Z. , notary public n e cor Main and Cal- 
houn, res n w cor Aboite and St. Mary's ave. 

Raymond George H., carriage-trimmer, res 114 Fulton. 

Read Asahel J., (Read A. J. & Son) res 16 w Wayne. 

Read Charles E., book-keeper M. E. Woodward, res 16 w 
Wayne. 

Read Henry A., (A. J. Read & Son) veterinary surgeon, res 55 
w Lewis. 

Read A. J. & ISon, (Asahel J. and Henry) livery and sale 
stable 18 w Wayne. 

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Reading James, engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 66 Wells. 

Reaker Henry, carpenter, res 5 1 Madison. 

Reaker S. H., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Really Anna, domestic M. J. Lauferty. 

Reamer Lizzie, clerk Wm. Weiman, bds 11 e Main. 

Reas Anthony B., tailor, res 15 e Wayne. 

Rebber Mary, domestic Concordia College. 

Rebber Mary No. 2, domestic Concordia College. 

Rechenberger Rudolph, machinist, res e s Gay near southern 
city limits. 

Reddy Joseph, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Reddy Joseph, tailor, res 206 e Jefferson. 

Reddy Joseph, jr., stone-cutter, bds 260 e Jefferson. 

Reddy William, laborer T. , W. & W. Ry, res 80 Hoagland ave. 

Redelsheimer David, (Joseph Black & Co.) res 186 w Wash- 
ington. 

Redelsheimer Henry, optician 16 w Main, res 30 w Washington. 

Redelsheimer Julius, (Lindman, Rubin and Redelsheimer) 48 
w Wayne. 

Redelsheimer Sigmond, res 48 w Wayne. 

Redlich Lizzie, clerk, bds 152 Calhoun. 

Reed Isaac N. , moulder, res 88 Lillie. 

Reed James S. , clerk S. Freiburger & Bro. , res 66 WilL 

Reed John, plasterer, res 1 2 Sturgis. 

Reed Mary, domestic B. D. Skinner. 

Reed Mrs. Mary, teacher Fort Wayne Callege, bds same. 

Reed Rev. Robert S. , teacher Fort Wayne College, bds same. 

Reed Wm. B., teamster, res 9 Sturgis. 

Reed Wm. C, teamster Hoffman Bros., res 12 Sturgis. 

Reed Wm. M., conductor P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 219 La- 
fayette. 

Reef Mary, cook Hedekin House. 

Reehling Conrad, blacksmith, res 222 Madison. 

Reehling Philip, switchman, res 222 Madison. 

Reeler John, laborer, bds 158 Montgomery. 

Reeps Charles, carpenter, res 74 Henry. 

Reese Charles, (C. Reese & Co.) res 131 Montgomery. 

Reese Daniel, blacksmith, bds 144 Wallace. 

Reese Daniel, blacksmith, bds 235 Lafayette. 

Reese Fred, chair-maker Reese & Co. , bds 1 1 Lavina. 

Reese James, brakeman, bds 59 Grand. 

Reese C & Co., (Charles Reese, Jacob J. Miller) chair 
mnfrs 296 Calhoun. 

Reeves J., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

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.Regedanz Charles, clerk P., F. W. & C. R. R. eating house. 

Regensberger Rudolph, machinist N. G. Olds & Sons, res Gay 
near Dewald. 

Rehier T., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Rehling Conrad, tailor, res 97 Madison. 

Rehling Ernest, boiler-maker, res 161 e Lewis. 

Rehling Frederick, blacksmith, res 126 Gay. 

Rehling Henr}-, boiler-maker, res 159 e Lewis. 

Rehm Christ, foundryman, res 323 Lafayette. 

Rehm John, laborer, res 33 Charles. 

Rehm Samuel, carpenter, res 205 Broadway. 

Rehnen Bernard, book-keeper B. Trentman & Son, bds 64 w 
Wayne. 

Reenen Herman, cigar-maker, bds 64 w Wayne. 

Rehorst F., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Rehrer Thomas, engineer, res 187 Jackson. 

Reickert Philip, machine hand N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Reid Adam D. , plow mnfr48 w Main, res 27 Broadway. 

Reid John, plow-maker, res 91 w Water. 

Reid John P., blacksmith, res 91 w Water. 

Reidt B., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Reidt H., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Reiling August, locksmith 66 Pearl, res 70 Pearl. 

Reiling Matilda, domestic A. K. Dorr. 

Reilly J., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Reineke Christian, carriage-trimmer, res 103 Barr. 

Reineke Fred, musician, bds 103 Barr. 

Reineke Fred J., upholsterer G. Gou'd, res 103 Barr. 

Reiner Jacob, pressman Sentinel office, res 107 w Main. 

Reinhard Martin, clerk Rohs, Eme & Reinking, res 241 e Jef- 
ferson. 

Reinhardt Matthias, shoemaker, res 241 e Jefferson. 

Reinhart John, cooper Ranke, Yergens & Co., res Mechanics- 
burg. 

Reiniche Julian, carpenter, res 68 Lasselle. 

Reinke Dederick, laborer T., W. & W. Ry. 

Reinke Henry, machinist T. , W. & W. Ry, bds 202 w Jefferson. 

Reinking Dederick, laborer, res 63 w Jefferson. 

Reinking Frederick, (Rohs, Eme and Reinking) res 173 s 
Ewing. 

Reinking Frederick, jr., moulder, bds 173 Ewing. 

Reisner Fred, domestic Benjamin S. Woodworth. 

Reiter Diedrick, machine hand Cochrane, Humphrey & Co. 

Reiter George, (G. Reiter & Co.) res 68 Calhoun. 

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Reiter George W. , cigar-maker George Reiter & Co. , bds Gil- 
bert House. 

Reiter Henry H. , cigar-maker George Reiter & Co., bds 36 e 
Main. 

Reiter Wm., carpenter T., W. & W. Ry. 

Reiter Oeorge «& Co., (George Reiter, Frank M. Oger) 
cigars and tobacco 68 Calhoun. See advt page 39. 

Reitnouer John F. , laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Reitnouer Peter, farmer, res e s Calhoun, s of Collins. 

Reitze Charles, (Tobias Reitze & Co.) res 255 w Wayne. 

Reitze John, turner Tobias Reitze & Co., bds 255 w Wayne. 

Reitze Tobias, (Tobias Reitze & Co.) res 255 w Wayne. 

Reitze Wm. F., teller Fort Wayne National Bank, bds Hanna 
House. 

Beitze Tobias & Co., (Tobias Reitze, Charles Reitze, John 
Bush) carpenters and builders cor Fairfield ave and Pittsburg 
railroad track. See advt page 27. 

Rekers Clemence A., carpenter, res no w Washington. 

Rekers Gerhard, grocer 116 w Washington, res 114 w Wash' 
ington. 

Rembke Sophia, domestic C. Schmitz. 

Remmel Miss Ada E. , teacher bds 195 w Washington. 

Remmel Augustus C. , (Remmel Bros.) bds 164 Broadway. 

Remmel Caleb L. , engineer T., W. & W. Ry, bds 195 w Wash- 
ington. 

Remmel Harmon L., (Remmel Bros.) res 195 w Washington. 

Remmel Bros., (Augustus C. & Harmon L.) dealers in 
drugs, notions, jewelry, etc., 126 Broadway. 

Remmert Henry J., pattern-maker, res 157 w Washington. 

Remmert Herman, res 31 Douglas. 

Renfrew Benton B., machinist, bds 41 Force. 

Renfrew Miss Lyda K. , milliner Mrs. S. J. Delzell, bds 3 Phoenix 
Block. 

Renfrew Ray K., cooper, res 41 Force. 

Renfrew Robert G., laborer Spoke Factory, bds 156 Wallace. 

Renfrew R. K. , cooper, res 41 Force. 

Renner Albert, engineer, bds 12 Marion. 

Renner Fred, brakeman P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 16 Mad- 
ison. 

Renner George A., clerk C. A. Saunders, res 58 w Berry. 

Reno Emile, laborer, res 98 Chicago. 

Rensmann Barney, porter, res 47 Walnut. 

Rentschler David, laborer, res 48 Wall. 

Renz Adam, laborer, res 253 e Washington. 

Rephant Henrietta, domestic Henry McKinnie. 

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SPECIAL NOTICE 

Is called to a new and elegant MARBLE BURIAL-VAULT, 
which is now being introduced into the Western States. This 
Vault meets a want long felt by those called upon to bury 
friends, viz.: something better to take the place of the unsightly 
and quickly decaying wooden box commonly used as a recept- 
acle for the coffin. Its merits are as follows : It does away 
with all mason work in the ground, and also the repairing of 
gravestones and monuments, caused by the sinking in of the 
earth. This Vault is made entirely of the strongest and most 
durable kind of marble, and is placed in the bottom of the 
grave before receiving the coffin. It never corrodes, and may 
be made air and water-tight. It supplies an universal desire for 
a resting place, for it will never change, and does away with 
many unpleasant thoughts, as we remember those who have 
gone before us. When once in its place, it must remain with- 
out the least trace of decay till the end of time. Those who 
have bought it invariably say that it possesses every merit which 
can be claimed for the most massive and expensive family- 
vault, viz.: absolute security and durability, while the expense 
is but the smallest fraction of the other. This Vault is often 
bought for a departed friend years after burial, in case of the 
removal of remains from one cemetery to another. 

The MARBLE BURIAL-VAULT is universally recommend- 
ed by superintendents of cemeteries and undertakers wherever 
they have been used, as the best ever made. Its elegance, to- 
gether with its moderate cost, recommends it to and brings it 
within the reach of all. 

AH sizes kept on hand or furnished to order. It may be 
ordered through any undertaker, sexton, or otherwise. Full 
and complete directions how to handle and close up are sent 
with each Vault. 

We will handle and close up any Vault ordered for any grave 
in Allen County, Indiana, if so ordered. The MARBLE-VAULT 
is made in less pieces and closer joints than tho>e made of com- 
mon stone, costs but little more, and is better every way. We 
deal in all kinds of Vaults. Orders by mail or telegraph 
promptly attended to. 

Underbill, Congdon & Markley, 

185 BROADWAY, FT. 'WAYKE, IND. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 



Repine John, conductor, bds Harmon House. 

Replogle Flora, domestic Exchange Hotel. 

Reppe Wm., laborer, res 56 Wall. 

Requa Mrs. Florence, teacher, res — Fairfield ave. 

Reverfoerden Rudolph, cigar-maker, bds 231 Webster. 

Reynolds John W. , candy-maker, res 47 e Main. 

Reynolds Wm. J., candy-maker, res 47 e Mam. 

Rhaling John, drayman, res 9 Force. 

Rhanen Henry, brick-layer, res 64 w Wayne. 

Rheene Mrs. Elizabeth, res 17 Wessel. 

Rheinwaldt Henry, car-oiler, res 82 Williams. 

Rhine Frederick, res 62 Wall. 

Rhine Frederick J. , laborer T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Rhine John, laborer T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Rhine Philip, laborer T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Rhinehart Isaac, laborer Gas Works, res 44 Monroe. 

Rhinehart John, cooper, res s s Pontiac e of . 

Rhinesmith George, lumber inspector, res 242 w Wayne. 
Rhinesmith John, (Clark & Rhinesmith Lumber Co.) res 231 w 

Wayne. 
Rhinewaldt Henry, carpenter T. , W. & W. Ry. 
Rhinewaldt Rudolph, cigar-maker, bds 328 Harrison. 
Rhinewaldt Wm. , carpenter T., W. & W. Ry. 
Rhinewaldt Wm., laborer, res 328 Harrison. 
Rhodes Chapman, brakeman, bds 68 Barr. 
Rhodes D., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Rholeman W., painter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Ribben T-, mechanic Peters Box Factory. 
Riblet Henry F., engineer T., W. & W. Ry. 
Riblet Hiram F. , engineer, res 206 e Lewis. 
Rice Glenson, plasterer, bds 234 w Wayne. 
Rice Mrs. Lucy A., res 168 Holman. 
Rich Sanford, (Rich & Bro.) res 266 Calhoun. 
Rich William, (Rich & Bro.) res 34 Baker. 
Rich & Bro., (Sanford & William) meat market 272 Calhoun. 
Richard Andrew, teamster M. Glynn, bds 53 e Main. 
Richard David, laborer, res 89 Lasalle. 
Richard John C. , laborer, res i John. 
Richard Wm., laborer, bds i John. 
Richards Henry, spoke-maker, res 143 Wallace. 
Richards Jacob, machinist, res 383 Lafayette. 
Richards John, blacksmith, bds 163 Clinton. 
Richards Philip, spokemaker, res 305 Lafayette. 
Richardson Mrs. Ella, res 241 e Washington. 
Richardt Bertha, domestic James H. Smart. 

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202 POLK, MURPHY & CO S 

Riche Joseph Wm. , brakeman, bds 12 Marion. 

Richey Amos, (McCulloch & Richey) res 87 w Main. 

Richey Lemuel, fireman, res 75 Dawson. 

Richie H. , laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Richley John, laborer T., W. & W. Ry. 

Richlm Charles, clerk, bds 86 Barr. 

Ricker Henry, bridge-builder, bds 26 Clinton. 

Rider Archibald C, engineer, res 301 Harrison. 

Ridley John (colored), (J. Ridley & Co.) res 135 Broadway. 

Ridley J. & Co., (John Ridley, James Butler) barbers 135 

Broadway. 
Riedel John, school teacher, res 196 Barr. 

Riedle Anton, grocer s e cor Fairfield ave and Durye, res same. 
Riedmiller August, packer, bds 28 Lavina ave. 
Riedmiller George, res 28 Lavina ave. 
Riedmiller George jr., equalizer, bds 28 Lavina ave. 
Riedmiller Jolin M., propr Eagle Brewery s e cor Taylor 

and Eagle, res same. 
Rieman August C. , porter H. J. Trentman & Bro. , res 46 w 

Water. 
Rieman Sylvester I>., real estate and collecting agency 
Aveline Block, res 141 e Berry. 

Ries Philip, tailor, res rear High School. 

Righter Sophia, domestic Anthony Gocke. 

Rileing Amelia, domestic Sidney C. Lumbard. 

Riley R, fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Riley Wm., brakeman, res 265 Hanna. 

Riley Wm. , laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Riner Jacob, pressman Sentinel office, bds 107 w Main. 

Ring John, County Treasurer, office Court House, res 21 
Brackenridge. 

Rinnerman Henry, blacksmith T., W. & W. Ry. 

Ripkie Charles, blacksmith, bds 86 Barr. 

Rippe Christian, carpenter T. Reitze & Co., res 93 Wilt. 

Rippe Minnie, domestic Mrs. Lizzie Meyer. 

Rippe W. C, carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Rising John H., cabinet-maker, res 123 High. 

Rissing Augustus, shoemaker, res 60 Clinton. 

Rissing Augustus A., shoemaker C. Nill, res 60 Clinton. 

Riter Wm. , carpenter, res 49 Wall. 

Ritter Anthony, mason, res 67 Wells. 

Ritter George G., machinist T., W. & W. Ry. 

Ritter J., machinist P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Rivers Charles, (Kover & Rivers) res e s Lafayette. 

Roach James, laborer T. , W. & W. Ry, res 60 Baker. 

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203 



Roach John, res 32 e Columbia. 

Roach J., engineer R, F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Roach Richard, boiler-maker, res 7 Walnut. 

Roambka Frederick, laborer, res 47 Wilt. 

Roast J., helper R, F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Robbe Filmore, restaurant 125 e Lewis, bds 231 Barr. 

Robbins Augustus, engineer, res 134 Fulton. 

Robbins Charles G., carpenter, res 185 Hanna. 

Robbins John E. , constable, res 20 Wallace. 

Robbins Richard, physician, bds 2 1 9 Lafayette. 

Roberts George P., insurance agent 26 Court, bds Aveline 
House. 

Roberts Joseph L., mechanic, res 343 w Jefferson. 

Roberts Rev. Septer, pastor Free Methodist Church, res 35 
Smith. 

Roberts Wm. A., (Roberts & Zollinger) bds Aveline House. 

Roberts , conductor G. R. & I. R. R., bds Fox House. 

Roberts & Zollinger, (Wm. A. Roberts, C. A. Zollinger) mnfrs 
locomotive stacks 212 Calhoun. 

Robertson Robert S., attorney at law, register in bank- 
ruptcy and U. S. Commissioner n w cor Calhoun and Main, 
res 179 w Berry. 

Robertson Wm. G. , yard-master T., W. & W. Ry, res 86 Brack- 
enridge. 

Robin E. J., fireman R, F. W. & C. R. R. 

Robinson Charles H., engineer, res 23 Wilt. 

Robinson Edward, brakeman P. , F. W. & C. R. R. , bds 68 
Barr. 

Robinson Frank P., machinist, bds 17 Holman. 

Robinson George W., (Fairfield & Robinson) res 2 miles s w of 
city limits. 

Robinson George W., laborer, res 125 e Lewis. 

Robinson Henry, hostler, bds 262 Calhoun. 

Robinson Henry H., attorney at law Calhoun opp Court 
House, bds Hanna House. 

Robinson House, J. H. Buckles propr s w cor Harrison 
and Columbia. 

Robinson James H., bds Hanna House. 

Robinson Miss Lucy E. , teacher Fort Wayne College, bds same. 

Robinson M., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Robinson Rev. Reuben !>., president Fort Wayne Col- 
lege, res same. 

Robinson Stephen, plasterer, bds 47 Bass. 

Robison Wm. H., engineer T., W. & W. Ry. 
Robison Wm., fireman, res 95 Barr. 

Home Ins. Oo.,of New York, D. 0. Fisher, Ag't, 32 E. Berry. 



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Bobison David A., flour and feed 95 Barr, res 288 e 

Washington. 
Rochelle Mrs., res 19 Harrison. 

Rock Joseph, wiper, res w of Calhoun near city limits. 
Rockhill (No. 4) llrs. Emily, res 295 w Wayne. 
Rockhill Jesse, clerk Chas. Ford, res 206 w Wayne. 
Rockhill Wm. W., (Rockhill & Jenkinson) res 206 w Wayne. 
Rodabaugh Adam, laborer, bds 216 w Jefferson, 
Rodabaugh John, machinist, bds 132 Lafayette. 
Rodabaugh Thomas, foreman, res 216 w Jefferson. 
Rodehearer Wm. H., foreman N. G. Olds & Sons, res 22 

Butler. 
Rodemann Wm. , cigar-maker 292 Harrison, res same. 
Rodemeier C, wks N. G. Olds & Sons. 
Rodemeyer Frederick, teamster, res 325 e Washington. 
Rodenbeck A., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Rodenbeck Conrad, blacksmith, res 168 e Lewis. 
Rodenbeck Frederick, boiler-maker, res 210 e Jefferson. 
Rodenbeck Henry, laborer, res 345 e Lewis. 
Rodenbeck Lizzie, domestic George L. Little. 
Rodenbeck Wm., boiler-maker T,, W. & W. Ry. 
Rodenbeck Wm., laborer, res 67 Madison. 
Rodenbeck Wm., harness-maker, res 676 Madison. 
Rodenberger George, painter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Roder Heinrich laborer, res 9 Buchanan. 
Rodin Daniel, laborer T., W. & W. Ry. 
Roeber Gustave, shoemaker, res 1 1 1 n Cass. 
Roelle Frank, engineer T., W. & W. Ry. 
Roelle Jacob, machinist T., W. & W. Ry. 
Roembke August, helper, bds 149 Ewing. 
Roembke Frederick, laborer T. , W. & W. Ry. 
Roembke Henry, laborer T., W. & W. Ry. 
Roemerman Charles, shoemaker C. Buuck, bds same. 
Roemermann Henry, blacksmith, res 143 Broadway. 
Roemke E., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Roens Mrs. Rose, res 161 e Washington. 
Rogers Al — , engineer T., W. & W. Ry, bds 79 w Jefferson. 
Rogers Alanson A., carpenter, res 17 n Cass. 
Rogers Annie, domestic Mrs. Judge Hanna. 
Rogers Anon, engineer T. , W. & W. Ry. 
Rogers Charles, laborer, res 99 Lasselle. 
Rogers Christopher, peddler, bds 99 Laselle. 
Rogers Mrs. Eliza, res 317 Calhoun. 
Rogers Homer B. , engineer, res 92 Fairfield ave. 
Rogers!., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 205 



Rogers Miss Mary, tailoress, res 317 Calhoun. 

Rogers Wm. H., boiler-maker, res 126 e Wayne. 

Rogge Ernst, tailor M. Heingartner, res 84 Oakley. 

Rogge Frederick, laborer, res 52 McClellan. 

Rogge Frederick, moulder, res 52 Brackenridge. 

Rogge Wm., carpenter E. H. Hilgemann, bds same. 

Rogge Wm., carpenter, res 52 McClellan. 

Rohan John H. , finisher, res e s Indiana ave s of Creighton 

ave. 
Rohling Ernst, laborer T., W. & W. Ry. 
Rohlmann Wm., laborer, res 169 Ewing. 
Rohrer John, shoemaker, res 2,6 Wells. 
Rohrer John, jr., chair-maker, res t,^ Wells. 
Rohrer Lena, housekeeper Charles Seidler. 
Rohs Henry, (Rohs, Eme & Reinking) res 134 e Washington. 
Rohs, Eme & Reinking, (Henry Rohs, Claude F. Eme, Freder- 
ick Reinking) dry goods 13 e Columbia. 
Roins Christ, office-boy G. W. Poyneer. 
Roirdon James, moulder, bds Third and Railroad. 
Rolape John, drayman, res 157 e Washington. 
Rolf Frederick, mason, res 53 Wall. 
Rolf Henry, school teacher, res 196 Barr. 
Rolf Minnie, domestic James M. Kane. 
RoUe Jacob, machinist, res 156 Calhoun. 
Rolle Mrs. Susan, res 156 Calhoun. 
Rolston George W. , law student W. G. & H. Colerick, res 195 

Barr. 
Rolston James, machinist, res 195 Barr. 

Romary Joseph F. , clerk Morgan & Beach, res 387 e Wayne. 
Rombald G., helper R, F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Romke Henry, cabinet-maker, res 68 Madison. 
Romy Charles, (Romy & Manth) res Maumee opp Concordia 

College. 
Romy dk Manth, (Charles Romy, Julius Manth) grocers 

71 e Main and 36 & 37 w Main. See advt. 
Roney John, engineer, res 174 e Berry. 
Roos Maximilian, teacher, bds 20 Buchanan. 
Root Lewis B. , (Root & Company) res New York City. 
Root Van Dorn, res 29 w Lewis. 
Boot & Company, (Ernst C. Rurode, Edward F. Carry, 

Lewis B. Root) proprietors New York Store new No. 20 (old 

No. 90) e Columbia. See advt page 21. 
Ropa Fred, carpenter, res 55 e Madison. 
Rope Wm., res old 138 w Jefferson. 
Rose Eliza, domestic Henry H. Edgerton. 

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Rosenberger Herman, painter, res 46 Henry. 

Rosenberger Charles, cooper, res 76 Wallace. 

Rosenberger Charles, painter, res 330 Hanna. 

Rosenberger Frank, trunk-maker, bds 330 Hanna. 

Rosenberger Henry, gilder Wm. S. Wood, bds 330 Hanna. 

Rosendale Abraham, res 85 e Lewis. 

Rosener Frederick, clerk McCuUoch & Richey, res 38 Ewing. 

Rosenthal Albert, traveling salesman B. Trentman & Son, res 
130 w Washington. 

Rosenthal Ephraim, horse dealer, res 30 w Washington. 

Rosenthal Isaac M., physician and surgeon 54 Calhoun, res 98 
w Berry. 

Rosenthal Max, (Lamley & Rosenthal) res 105 w Wayne. 

Ross Augustus W., painter, res 148 Fairfield ave. 

Ross A. D., telegraph operator, bds Sturgis House. 

Ross Benjamin, res w s Wells s of Archer ave. 

Ross Enoch W., shoemaker, res 56 s Barr. 

Ross George B., engineer, res 137 e Jefferson. 

Ross Miss M., student, bds 227 w Washington. 

Rossbacher Charles, shoemaker, res 281 e Washington. 

Rossington Richard, carpenter, res 59 e Wayne. 

Rossington Wm., res 117 Madison. 

Rossington Wm., conductor, res 106 e Berry. 

Ross Lewin Edward A., foreman N. G. Olds & Sons, res 92 e 
Washington. 

Rossner Julius, tailor A. Foster, res 137 Henry. 

Rota Frederick, stone-cutter, res 33 Wilt. 

Roth Barney, laborer, res 20 Force. 

Roth Frederick, (S. Keller & Co.) res 33 Wilt. 

Rothard H., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Rothefluoh Miss Maggie, saleslady Frank & Thanhouser, res 
160 e Wayne. 

Rothefluoh Miss Mary, clerk T. P. Anderson, bds 160 e 
Wayne. 

Rothenberger John F., tinner Wilson & Muhler, res 46 Henry. 

Rothenberger Joseph, butcher, bds 246 Calhoun. 

Rothenl H., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Rothschild Benjamin, (Rothschild & Bro.) res 88 w Main. 

Rothschild Solomon, (Rothschild & Bro.) res 68 e Berry. 

Rothschild & Bro., (Solomon and Benjamin) clothing 5 Key- 
stone Block. 

Rouh Gustave, plasterer, res 48 n Cass. 

Rouzer Cassius M. , planer Hoffman Bros., res rear 190 Main. 

Rowan Mrs. Barbara A., res (old No.) 74 Barr. 

Rowan Miss Mary E., teacher, bds (old No.) 74 Barr. 

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Rowan Stephen H., fireman, bds (old No.) 74 Barr. 

Rowe James, machinist T., W. & W. Ry. 

Rowe Wm. , salesman Ellsworth, Andrew & Co., bds 106 Barr. 

Rowner Alois, blacksmith, res 275 Hanna. 

Roy Jennie, laundress Mayer House. 

Royal Insurance Co., of Liverpool, Eng., Irwin & Lum- 

bard, agents, 36 Calhoun. 
Royal W., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Royans John M., bartender, res 161 e Washington. 
Rubin Charles, clerk Henry Ncwberger, bds 84 w Main. 
Rubin Rev. Edward, rabbi Achduth Vascholons, res 84 w 

Main. 
Rubin Joseph E., clerk Frank & Thanhouser res 84 w Main. 
Rubin Max, (Lindman, Rubin & Redelsheimer) res 84 w Mam. 
Ruby E., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Rudert George, butcher F. Eckart & Co. 
Rudisill Henry J., County Auditor, office Court House, 

res Home Place, Washington township. 
Rudolph Charles, carpenter, res n s Hoffman n of Wells. 
Rudolph Frank, harness-maker J. Koch, jr., res n s Huffman 

w of Wells. 
Rudolph Gottlieb, upholsterer, res e s Florence s of Beck. 
Rudolph Wm., laborer Hoffman Bros., res Bloomingdale. 
Rudolph Wm., miller, res w s Florence s of Beck. 
Rudquist John, carpenter, bds 148 Fairfield ave. 
Ruess George, machinist, res w s Calhoun s of Collins. 
Ruf August, stone-cutter, bds 132 Wells. 
Ruger Wm. , carpenter T. , W. & W. Ry. 
Ruggaber Joseph, carpenter, res 99 Williams. 
Ruble Annie, nurse Charles McCulloch. 
Rumsey P., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Rummel Charles, engineer, bds 120 Clinton. 
Rummler Louis, book-keeper Oppenheimer & Co.. res n s e 

Lewis w of Lafayeite. 
Rump Ernest, carpenter, res 1 1 Lavina. 
Rump Frederick, '.teamster, res 52 John. 
Rump Herman, joiner Jacoby & Weigand. 
Rundell Charles, conductor, res 19 Williams. 
Rundell Isaac, res 255 e Lewis. 
Runyan Augustus R. , peddler, res 343 w Jefferson. 
Runyan George, laborer, bds Phillips House. 
Rupert Ira, insurance agent, res 121 e Washington. 
Rupp John, blacksmith, res 253 w Wayne. 
Ruppe William, carpenter, res 79 Oakley. 
Ruppel Edward, tinsmith John Pressler, bds 142 Chicago. 

Home Ins. Co., of New York, D. 0. Fisher, Ag't, 32 E. Berry. 



208 POLK, MURPHY & CO's 



Ruppel Fabian, brick-layer, res 122 Chicago. 

Ruppel John, laborer, res w s Francis bet e Wayne and e 
Washington. 

Ruppel John, mason, res 91 Montgomery. 

Ruppel Mary C. , domestic Alex C. Huestis. 

Ruppel Paul, laborer, res 258 e Wayne. 

Rurode Ernst C, (Root & Company) bds Aveline House. 

Rush.Wint A., clerk F. W., M. & C. R. R., bds Robinson 
House. 

Russell Dominick, stave-culler, bds 130 Wilt. 

Russell James A., printer Fort Wayne Journal, res 312 w Jef- 
ferson. 

Russell Mary, domestic S. S. Smick. 

Russell Peter, carpenter, res 180 Wilt. 

Russell Peter, hostler, bds w s Barr n of Wayne. 

Russell Wm., painter, res 13 Walnut. 

Russell Wm. J., painter, bds 13 Walnut. 

Russell Wm. R., (W. R. Russell & Co.) bds Aveline House. 

Russell J¥m, R. & Co., (Wm. R. Russell, Eli Wash- 
burn) wholesale and retail cutlery, guns and pistols 29 e 
Main. 

Russman Daniel W., cooper F. Mettey, bds Joseph Langard. 

Rust Henry, coachman Jesse Williams. 

Rust John, laborer, res 38 Charles. 

Rutan Charles F. , machinist T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Ruthrauff Mrs. Charles, res 79 w Main. 

Ruthraufif Wm. H., book-keeper First National Bank, res 79 
w Main. 

Ryall John, civil engineer, res 314 w Jefferson. 

Ryan Andrew, blacksmith, bds 144 Wallace. 

Ryan Mrs. Bridget, res 17 Bass. 

Ryan Cornelius M., cabinet-maker, res 141 High. 

Ryan Daniel, attorney at law and justice of the peace 22 
Court, res 6^ e Jefferson. 

Ryan Ellen, domestic A. S. Evans. 

Ryan Jacob, carpenter, res 390 e Washington. 

Ryan James W., drayman, res 164 Harrison. 

Ryan Mrs. Mary, res 40 Chicago. 

Ryan Mary E. , domestic F. McCulloch. 

Ryan Michael, machine hand Fort Wayne Organ Co., res w s 
Indiana ave e of Broadway. 

Ryan Patrick, shoemaker 43 Grand, res same. 

Ryan Patrick O. , pattern-maker Kerr Murray, res — Baker. 

Ryan Thomas, driver U. S. Express Co., res 187 w Washing- 
ton. 

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Ryan Wm., laborer, res 31 Prince. 

s 

Saalfrank Barbara, domestic Charles Newberger. 

Saalfrank John, teamster Eagle Brewery, bds same. 

Saaminn Charles, res 395 w Main. 

Sabin Burt, section master F. W. J. & S. R. R. , res 44 Wells. 

Saffen Thomas W., machinist, res 144 Holman. 

Sager Elgin, fireman T. , W. & W. Ry, res 50 Chicago. 

Sagstetter John, blacksmith, res 37 Force. 

Sahner Gottlieb, baker Concordia College. 

Sailig John, laborer, res s s Maumee Turnpike. 

St. John Spencer, clerk, bds 47 Baker. 

St. Joseph Fire and Harine Ins. Co. of St. Joseph, 
Mo., F. P. Randall agent, 24 Clinton. 

St. Joseph Hospital s w cor Main and Uroadway. 

St. Nicholas Saloon and Restaurant, John Schultheis and Amos 
Bare proprs, 89, 91 and 93 Calhoun. 

Salge Christian, laborer T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Salge Conrad, laborer, res 320 Hanna. 

Sallot James F. , carpenter, res 164 e Lewis. 

Sallot Victor A., (O'Connor & Co.) res 54 Walnut. 

Sammis David S. , solicitor Singer Mnfg Co. , bds Sturgis House. 

Sampson M. A., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Sandage Alice, waitress Gilbert House. 

Sander D. W., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Sander Wm. L. A., clerk Siemon & Bro. , res 107 w Washing- 
ton. 

Sanders Christian, brakeman, bds Phillips House. 

Sanders John, collar-maker, res 325 Lafayette. 

Sanders John, clerk Bronson & Randall, bds Main Street Ex- 
change. 

Sanders Wm., res 86 w Washington. 

Sarbaugh Miss Sydna, teacher, res 28 Cass. 

Sargeant Wm. , res 130 e Lewis. 

SargeantWm. , blacksmith, res 72 Chicago. 

Sarnighausen John O., editor and propr Indiana Staats- 
Zeitung, n e cor Columbia and Clinton, res same. See advt. 

Sarrazine Alice, cook 60 Columbia. 

Sauerwein Charles, apprentice Indiana Staats-Zeitung, res Bloom- 
ingdale. 

Sauerwein Ernst, laborer, res 58 Barthold. 

Sauerwein Hammer, laborer, res 56 Barthold. 

Sauerwein Herman, apprentice Charles Keller, res 56 Barthold. 

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Saunders A. Ernst, laborer, res 103 w Jefferson. 

Saunders Charles A., wholesale paper 35 Clinton, res 58 w 

Berry. 
Saunders Joseph B. , machinist, res 159 Harrison. 
Saunders Mrs. Mary A., res 208 e Lewis. 
Saurs David, res w s Fairfield ave n of Creighton ave. 
Saurs Henry, wiper, res w s Fairfield ave n of Creighton ave. 
Saurs James, engineer, res w s Fairfield ave n of Creighton 

avenue. 
Saurs Samuel P. , engineer, res w s Fairfield ave n of Creighton 

avenue. 
Sauser Louis, jeweler 223 Calhoun, res same. 
Sauvage Barbara, domestic, Benjamin Rothschild. 
Sawtelle Joseph E., drug clerk, bds Robinson House. 
Saxton Mrs. Kate, res 78 Douglas ave. 
Scar George, teamster James W. Ryan, bds same. 
Schaack Henock, file-cutter Harris & Co. 
Schaafer F., laborer R, F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Schabrock Henry, laborer, bds 256 e Washington. 
Schacher Leonard, baggageman, res 39 Cherry. 
Schack Christ W. G., clerk G. DeWald & Co., res 103 Madison. 
Schack F. Wm., shoemaker L. Fortriede 103 Madison. 
Schacobee George, sash-maker, res 78 Wallace. 
Schade Fred, compositor Indiana Volksfreund, bds Stueben 

House. 
Schadel August B. E. , clerk J. W. Deeter, res 238 Calhoun. 
Schaefer Wm. , laborer, bds Third and Railroad. 
Schaeffer Walter B., clerk C. L. Hill, bds Sturgis House. 
Schafer Christopher, ice-dealer, res 193 High. 
Schafer Gottlieb, mason, res 167 Holman. 
Schafer Henry, teamster, res 90 St. Mary ave. 
Schafer John, mechanic Peters Box Factory. 
Schafer J. H. W., clerk McCulloch & Richey, res 170 High. 
Schafer Reinhardt, clerk Siemon & Bro. , res 26 Wilt. 
Schafifer Frederick, res s of Leith e of Calhoun. 
Schaffer Henry, teamster, res 90 Maumee. 
Schaffer Mary, domestic F. W. Keil. 
Schaich Martin, laborer, bds 35 Smith. 
Schaler Augustus, brakeman, bds 89 Holman. 
Schaley Annie, domestic Fred Beach. 
Schalk John, grocer 148 w Main, res same. 
Schalk Mat, bartender George Strodel, bds 54 e Main. 
Schanck Louis, basket-maker 48 Columbia, res same. 
Schanfeldt Marie, domestic James Fay. 
Schaper Mrs. Anna, res 143 Holman. 

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Schaphorst August, clerk Boltz & Ely, bds 123 w Wayne. 
Schaphorst Wm. , clerk Peter Pirson, bds n w cor Taylor and 

Broadway. 
Scharer Caroline, waitress Mayer House. 
Scharer Lizzie, waitress Mayer House. 
Scharpenburg Lena, domestic John E. Hill. 
Scharpenburg Minnie, domestic John E. Hill. 
Schasker L., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Schaub Frank, laborer, res 28 Jones. 
Schearer Andrew, laborer, res 213 Hanna. 
Scheffer Joseph L. , Treasurer Peters Box & Lumber Co., res w 

s Hoagland ave s of Creighton ave. 
Scheid Peter, machinist, res 311 Lafayette. 
Scheidegger John, watches, clocks, etc., 189 Broadway, res 200 

Broadway. 
Scheiman Christ, carpenter, res 3156 Washington. 
Scheiman Fred, carpenter, res 321 Calhoun. 
Scheiman Fred, clerk City Street Ry, res 86 e Jefferson. 
Scheiman Fred, tailor, res 86 e Jefferson. 
Scheiman Henry S., plasterer, bds 86 e Jefferson. 
Scheiman John V., laborer, bds 86 e Jefferson. 
Scheimei" Frank, laborer, res s s Douglas, w of Wessel. 
Scheie August, mason, res 133 e Washington. 
Scheie A., helper Fort Wayne Stave Factory, res 252 e Jefferson. 
Scheie Conrad, laborer Fort Wayne Stave Factory, res 252 e 

Jefferson. 
Scheie Frank, jointer Fort Wayne Stave Factory, res 252 e Jef- 
ferson. 
Scheie Henry, laborer, res 240 e Jefferson. 
Scheie John, res 253 e Jefferson. 
Scheie John F., mason, res 180 Griffith. 

Scheie John H., porter B. Trentman & Son, res 286 e Wayne. 
Scheie Julius, mason, res 184 w Main. 
Schell Edward, engineer, res 65 Melita. 
Scheller Frank, laborer Cochrane, Humphrey & Co. 
Schenck Con, (Schenck & Falker) res 23 w Wayne. 
Siclicuck & Falker, (Con Schenk, Frank Falker) formerly 

proprs St. Nicholas Saloon and Restaurant 89, 91 and 93 

Calhoun. 
Schener F., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Schepp John, machinist T., W. & W. Ry, res 50 Taylor. 
Schepp Matthew, laborer T. , W. & W. Ry, res 37 Bass. 
Scherer Andrew, laborer, res s s e Berry w of Harmer. 
Scherer Frederick, cabinet-maker, res 95 e Washington. 
Scherer Frederick, laborer, res 50 Oakley. 



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Scherer John, teamster, res s s e Berry e of Harmer. 

Scherer Wm., brass-finisher, res 124 Butler. 

Scheiman E. Alfred, laborer, bds 86 e Jefferson. 

Scherzinger Primus, (Trenkley & Scherzinger) res w s Barr near 
Wayne. 

Schetz Godfrey, laborer, res 24 Clark. 

Scheuler Frank, shoemaker, bds Gilbert House. 

Scheuler Mary, head waitress Gilbert House. 

Scheuler Theodore, night clerk Gilbert House. 

Scheumann C., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Scheumann F., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Scheumann Wm., moulder J. C. Bowser & Co., res 233 Cal- 
houn. 

Schick George, professor of languages Concordia College, res 
same. 

Schick Gottlieb, miller City Mills, bds Lutheran College. 

Schiefer Charles, blacksmith, bds 250 e Wayne. 

Schiefer Christian, (C. Schiefer & Son) res 99 e Main. 

Schiefer D., tinner P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Schiefer F. George W., shoemaker, res 250 e Wayne. 

Schiefer Wm., (C. Schiefer & Son) res 99 e Main. 

Schiefer Wm., shoemaker, res 250 e Wayne. 

Schiefer C. & Son, (Christian & Wm. Schiefer) boots and shoes 
8 e Columbia. 

Schieferstein Philip, meat market 61 e Main, res same. 

Schilling Frank, stone-cutter, res 255 w Jefferson. 

Schimann Ernst, carpenter, res 193 Ewing. 

Schirmeyer Anthony, laborer, res 148 w Washington. 

Schirmeyer Louis, res 127 e Jefferson. 

Schirmeyer Louis, clerk, res 127 e Jefferson. 

Schirmeyer Werner T., dental student Loag & Brown, res n w 
cor Washington and Griffith. 

Schlap P., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Schlatter Christ C, clerk Morgan & Beach, bds Robinson House. 

Schley Adolph L., confectioner, bds 122 Broadway. 

Schleyer John, clerk T. M. Biddle. 

Schlez Minnie, domestic Henry Williams. 

Schlucter N. H., cigar-maker L. Bender & Co., bds 86 e Main. 

Schmalhouse Geehardt, clerk, bds 91 e Washington. 

Schmall G., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Schmalz Charles, tailor, res 108 Harrison. 

Schmalz Ernst L. D., jeweler Geo. J. E. Mayer & Co., res 108 
Harrison. 

Schmalz Margaret, domestic A. L. Selle. 

Schmearman Augustus, laborer, res 255 w Jefferson. 

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Schmanner Daniel, marble-cutter Underbill & Smitb, res e s 
Barr e of Jefferson. 

Scbmedt John Wm., tailor, res 75 Monroe. 

Schmetzer Michael F., clerk M. E. Woodward, res 240 w Wash- 
ington. 

Schmid August, clerk, bds 234 e Wayne. 

Schmidli Jacob, pastor Evangelical Association, res n e cor Clin- 
ton and Holman. 

Schmidt A., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Schmidt Charles, engineer T. , W. & W. Ry, bds 4 Henry. 

Schmidt Conrad, res 126 Calhoun. 

Schmidt Conrad, mechanic, res 276 w Washington. 

Schmidt Frederick, mason, bds 153 Madison. 

Schmidt Gottlieb, barkeeper, bds Stueben House. 

Schmidt Henry J., (Schmidt & Ellert) res 103 Barr. 

Schmidt Jacob, bartender Oyster Bay Restaurant, res same. 

Schmidt John, teamster, res 44 John. 

Schmidt Joseph, baker Andrew J. Langohr, bds 122 Broadway. 

Schmidt Louis, laborer, bds 29 St. Francis. 

Schmidt Louis, laborer, res 211 Madison. 

Schmidt Martin, brewer, res 162 Calhoun. 

Schmidt Martin, machinist, res s s Buchanan n of Hanna. 

Schmidt Mrs. Mary, res w s Calhoun, s of Collins. 

Schmidt Peter S., foreman, res 29 St. Francis, bet Cass and 
Lafayette. 

Schmidt Wm., (Harries & Co.) res 126 Calhoun. 

Schmidt & Ellert, (Henry J. Schmidt, Benoit Ellert) barbers 
basement Aveline Block. 

Schmiedes Fred C, cigar-maker, res 282 w Jefferson. 

Schmiedes George, carpenter, res 282 w Jefferson. 

Schmiedes Henry, tinner, res 282 w Jefferson. 

Schmith Christ, butcher F. Eckert & Co., res 367 w Main. 

Schmitz Charles, physician (old) 116 Wilt, res same. 

Schmoe Louis, shoemaker, res 161 Ewing. 

Schmoker Thomas, foreman N. G. Olds & Sons. 

ISclmilieckle Fritz, propr Blumingthale Hotel 132 Wells. 

Schmuckers Teber, foreman, res 309 Lafayette. 

Schnabel Robert A., local editor Indiana Volksfreund, res 170 
w Washington. 

Schnake Henry, teacher, res 109 VanBuren. 

Schneider Gottlieb, tailor M. Heingartner, res 52 Wells. 

Schneider John, carpenter, res n e cor Walnut and Oakley. 

Schneider Richard, gilder Wm. S. Wood, res 104 Webster. 

Schneider Wm. , shoemaker, res 104 Webster. 

Schnelker Henry, mason, res 261 e Wayne. 



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Schnelker Mrs. Barnard, (Schnelker, Beugnot & Co.) res New 
Haven, Indiana. 

Schnelker Herman, (Schnelker, Beugnot & Co.) res New Haven, 
Indiana. 

Schnelker, Beugnot & Co., {Barnard Schnelker, Her- 
man Schnelker, John B. Beugnot, Anthony Beugnot) stave 
mnfrs s w cor Garden and Henry. 

Schnieders B. Henry, res 40 w Water. 

Schnieders John H., clerk J. B. White, res 40 w Water. 

Schnosenberg Andrew, clerk James Harper & Co., bds Wei- 
mann's Restarant. 

Schnurr Stephen, (Schnurr & Heiny) res 22 w Main. 

Sclinurr & Heiny, (Stephen Schnurr, Erhart J. Heiny) 
grocers 22 w Main. 

Schoch Ferdinand, tailor M. E. Woodward, 42 Second. 

i§ielioellkopf Jacob F., tanner and currier 47 Columbia, 
res Buffalo, N. Y. 

Schoenbein Albert F. , draughtsman, res 7 1 Douglass ave. 

Schoenbein Wm. B., machinist, bds 71 Douglass ave. 

Schoenlein Charles, tailor M. E. Woodward, res 350 w Main. 

Schoepfe John, machinist T., W. & W. Ry. 

Schoepfe Matthew, laborer T., W. & W. Ry. 

Schoepper Christian D., clerk J. M. Foellinger, bds 235 w 
Main. 

Schoerpf Mrs. Delia, res 14 e Columbia. 

Scholz Christopher, plasterer, res 29 Pritchard. 

Schook Kate, second cook Gilbert House. 

Schoep John, laborer Schnelker, Beugnot & Co. 

Schophaest Harmon, carpenter, res n e cor Bowser and Orchard. 

Schophorst Sophia, domestic Calvin Anderson. 

Schophurs Anna, domestic S. C. Evans. 

Schoppman Wm., grocer 213 Hanna, res e s Lillie s of Pitts- 
burg railroad track. 

Schoppmann W. , carpenter P. , F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Schotemeyer Herman, laborer, res 134 College. 

Schott George J., druggist n w cor Barr and Washington, res 
same. 

Schovakenberg Bernard J., shoemaker, res 205 e Washington. 

Shovakenberg Henry A., shoemaker, res 205 e Washington. 

Schozzh Ferdinand, tailor, res 42 Second. 

Schrack Joseph, carpenter, res 29 Wilt. 

Schrader Mrs. Caroline, res 93 Barr. 

Schrader F., laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Schrader Godfrey, tailor, res 170 e Jefferson. 

Schrader Henry, grave-digger, res 141 Francis. 



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Schrader Henry C. , supt. pail factory, res i86 Henry. 

Schrader John K., laborer, res n w cor Main and Mechanics. 

Schraeger R., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Schram F., sr., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Schram Martin, shoemaker, res 129 e Jefferson. 

Schramm John, laborer T. , W. & W. Ry, res 463 Lafayette. 

Schramm Philip, laborer, res 37 Force. 

Schreen John, laborer, res 288 w Jefferson. 

Schrega August, plasterer, bds 214 Madison. 

Schrega Christian, tailor, res 214 Madison. 

Schreive George, fireman T., W. & W. Ry. 

Schreiver John, tailor, res 35 Wessel. 

Schroeder Ferdinand, clerk, res 170 e Jefferson. 

Schroeder Fred W. , salesman Root & Company, res 96 Mad- 
ison. 

Schroeder Frederick, laborer, res 32 Wall. 

Schroeder Frederick, shoemaker, res 380 e Wayne. 

Schroeder Gottfried, clothes-renovater 129 Calhoun, res 170 e 
Jefferson. 

Schroeder J. Henry, teamster, res 177 High. 

Schroeder John, machinist Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Schroeder Mrs. Lizzie, domestic Frederick Tieman. 

Schroeder liOuis, saloon 27 w Columbia, res same. 

Schrum P., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Schuck Henry, res 106 Butler. 

Schuck Louis, watchman, res w s Smith s of Grant. 

Schuckman Henry, tinsmith, res 211 e Washington. 

Schuckman Henry J., clerk C. Orfif & Co., res 16 w Wash- 
ington. 

Schuckman John J., merchant, res 16 w Washington. 

Schuhler Frank X., bds Gilbert House. 

Schuler John, laborer, res 214 e Jefferson. 

Schuler Matthias, watchman, res 268 e Jefferson. 

Schulthes Carl B., tailor, res 55 e Wayne. 

Schulthies John, bartender, bds 47 Douglass ave. 

Schulthies Pius, laborer, res 211 e Jefferson. 

Schulthies Thaddeus, wood-turner Jacoby & Weigand. 

SchulupMrs. Catherine, res 27 Oak. 

Schulz Henry, plasterer, res 123 Union. 

Schulz Peter, boot and shoe makar 47 e Main, res same. 

Schulz Wm. , boots and shoes 25 w Wayne, res 27 w Wayne. 

Schumacher John, laborer, bds 40 Force. 

Schuppman Wm. , carpenter, res 1 2 Houch. 

Schusch George, carpenter T., W. & W. Ry. 

Schust Andrew, carpenter, res e s Wells n of city limits. 



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Schuster Susan, domestic Henry B. Ayres. 

Schutt Lewis C. , physician 54 Calhoun, bds Hanna House. 

Schutz Charles, book agent, res 56 Wells. 

Schwab Hannah, domestic Joseph Burkholder. 

Schwab John, laborer, res 382 e Wayne. 

Schwartz Miss. Caroline, bds 8 McClellan. 

Schwartz Charles A., harness-maker L. Traub, bds 90 e Main. 

Schwartz Frederick, collar-maker, res 104' Butler. 

Schwartz Henry, carpenter, res 193 Ewing. 

Schwartz Henry, plasterer, bds 11 McClellan. 

Schwartz Lizzie, res 138 w Main. 

Schwartz Louis, baker, bds 48 Columbia. 

Schwartz M., pattern-maker Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Schwartz Wm. , (Lapp & Schwartz) bds 88 e Main. 

Schwegman Miss Lydia, bds 102 e Jefferson. 

Schwegman Rudolph, res n w cor e Jefferson and Clinton. 

Schwhn Conrad, laborer, res 18 Orchard. 

Schwier Charles, boiler-maker, res 174 Montgomery. 

Schwier F. W. , boiler-maker Bass Foundry and Machine 

Works. 
Schwier Harvey, boiler-maker, res 53 Madison. 
Schwier Wm., foreman Bass boiler shop. 
Schwieters Herman, bakery 41 Columbia, res same. 
Schwietzer Miss Paulina, hair-dresser Mrs. P. Klix, res s e cor 

Calhoun and Columbia. 
Scofield James, brakeman, bds 31 Baker. 
Scofield Wm., laborer T., W. & W. Ry. 
Scott David T., tress hoop maker Mason Bros., bds 37 Col- 

erick. 
Scott Frank M., real estate and law student Newberger & 

Stratton, res w s Fletcher ave s of New Haven Road. 
Scott George, machinist, res 165 Montgomery. 
Scott James, moulder Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 
Scott James W., carpenter, res 34 Buchanan. 
Scott Peter, conductor, res 35 Melita. 
Scott Randolph H. , marble-cutter Underbill & Smith, res 221 

w Washington. 
Scott Robert, blacksmith, res 23 Durye. 
Scott Rev. Walter, rector Church of the Good Shepherd, res 51 

Douglass ave. 
Scott Wm. , clerk J. B. White, res 41 w Wayne. 
Scott Wm. L. , plasterer, res 339 Lafayette. 
Scribner Joseph L. , fireman, res 334 Calhoun. 
Scully John, laborer T., W. & W. Ry, res 8 Colerick. 
Seabold John, grocer 194 Broadway, res same. 

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Seabold Adam, res 220 w Main. 

Seabold Charles J. W., carpenter Hoffman Bros., res e s Miner 
near Anna. 

Seabold Charles W. , carpenter, res e s Miner s of Creighton 
ave. 

Seabold Christian, grocer 168 w Main, res same. 

Seabold Christian, teamster, res 126 Calhoun. 

Seabold Mrs. Sophia, res 7 Pine. 

Seabring James, carpenter Cochrane, Hmiiphrey & Co. 

Seaman Conrad, truckman, res 19 Jones. 

Searles Charles E., telegraph operator, bds Robinson House. 

Sears Charles W. , circulation dept. Sentinel, res 46 w Lewis. 

Sebring James, carpenter, bds Philips House. 

Sebring Joseph, brakeman, bds 8 Houch. 

Seburn Wm., laborer, bds 89 Holman. 

Seek Joseph, bartender, bds 1 1 Grand. 

Sedelmeyer Louis, laborer, bds 75 Harrison. 

Sedgewiefe Johu, St. Joseph Oatmeal Mills and dealer in 
hay 240 Calhoun, res 83 Brackenridge. 

Sedgewick John W., miller John Sedgewick, res 83 Bracken- 
ridge. 

Sedhof Henry, clerk, res 273 Webster. 

Seelman Jacob, laborer S. Keller & Co., res 23 Nirdlinger ave. 

Seely Albert J., clerk J. M. Miller, res 72 WiUiams. 

Seely Charles J., baggagemaster, res 12 Melita. 

Seemeyer Gottlieb, tailor 34 Broadway, res 118 w Jefferson. 

Seibold David, grocer 121 Wells, res same. 

Seibold George, coachman A. P. Edgerton. 

Seibold George, laborer, res 97 n Cass. 

Seibold Gottlieb, laborer, res 55 Walnut. 

Seibold Henry J., clerk T. M. Biddle, res 97 n Cass. 

ISeidel Kdward, agent German Fire Insurance Company, 
of Indianapolis 107 e Main, res same. 

Seidel Wilhe, clerk, bds 107 e Main. 

Seidler Charles, boarding house 91 e Washington. 

Seigreist Salvator, laborer Schnelker, Beugnot & Co., bds John 
Seibold. 

Sellers Wm., laborer, res 55 Wells. 

Seipple Adam, tailor, res 76 Williams. 

Self Jasper N., sewing machine agent, res 130 w Main. 

Selle Albert, clerk A. L. Selle, bds 56 Douglass ave. 

Selle August li., druggist 260 Calhoun, res 56 Douglass 
ave. 

Selle Gustavus A., clerk Foster Bros. & Co., res 150 Mont- 
gomery. 

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Sellers David, laborer, res 73 Grand. 

Seltz Joseph, brewer Hubach & Friedrich, bds 181 e Wayne. 

Sennegan John, laborer, res loi Clay. 

Sepp August E., cigar-maker, res 204 e Wayne. 

Sessler George, fireman T., W. & W. Ry, bds 18 Colerick. 

Sessler Peter, laoorer, res 107 Holman. 

Sessler Wm. H., engineer, res 114 Butler. 

Seybold Charles F. , painter, res n s Beck e of Sherman. 

Seybold Wm., cigar-maker Foote & Eickhoff, bds 74 Henry. 

Shack Wm., shoemaker, res 103 Madison. 

Shafer Charles W., butcher, res 54 Chicago. 

Shafer Daniel W., fireman T., W. & W. Ry, bds 46 Hoagland 
ave. 

Shafer Frederick, boiler-maker T., W. & W. Ry. 

Shafer Oregon, switchman, res 294 Calhoun. 

Shafer W. S. , clerk Chas. Hill, bds Sturgis House. 

Shaffer Dedrick, tinner, res 135 Montgomery. 

Shaffer George, grocer 169 Broadway, res same. 

Shaffer Georgia A. , domestic James Lillie. 

Shaffer Mrs. G. P., res 22 Fulton.. 

Shaffer Orlander, stave-piler, bds 26 Wilt. 

Shaffer Wm., carpenter, res 26. Wilt. 

Shaffer W. L., lamp-lighter, res 286 Broadway. 

Shan George A., baggagemaster, bds 12 Marion. 

Shank Christian, cabinet-maker J. Burkholder, bds Essex Hotel. 

Shank Conrad, saloon, res 23 w Wayne. 

Shophorst Heinrich, helper, res 12 Orchard. 

Sharf Charles A., tinware 215 Lafayette, res 204 Madison. 

Sharkey Frederick, machnist, bds Third and Railroad. 

Sharp Miss Carrie B., principal Jefferson school, res cor Cal- 
houn and Water. 

Sharp Henry, res 3 e Water. 

Sharper, Louise, domestic Wm. S. Humphrey. 

Shaughnessy James, constable, bds 20 Chicago. 

Shaughnessy J. , blacksmith P. , F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Shaughnessy Martin, laborer, res 4 Colerick. 

Shaw Alfred, fireman, bds 4 Kansas. 

Shaw David, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Shaw Robert H. , machinist, bds 129 Fairfield ave. 

Shaw Vincent B., laborer, res 25 Smith. 

Shay Cornelius, laborer, res 119 Williams. 

Shay John, stave-piler Schnelker, Beugnot & Co., bds Mrs. 
Shay. 

Shay Martin, fireman, bds 6 Kansas. 

Shey Deborah, waitress Aveline House. 

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Sheaffer Wm. J., carpenter, res 187 w Wayne. 

Sheaffer Wm. S., carpenter, bds 187 w Wayne. 

Shearer Albert, clerk E. K. Dorr & Bro. , bds Sturgis House. 

Shearer Andrew, laborer, res 8 Erie. 

Sheeby Mary, domestic Hanna House. 

Shelby Mrs., res 192 Griffith. 

Shell Edward, engine dispatcher T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Shelle August, (Ehle & Shelle) res 131 e Washington. 

Shelly Joseph, blacksmith, bds 144 Wallace. 

Shelvey Wm. H., clerk Marx Block, res 192 Grififith. 

Shepherd Mrs. D. J., res 272 Calhoun. 

Shepley David, finisher, res s s Pontiac e of Calhoun. 

Sheppard Abram, brakeman, bds 6 Kansas. 

Sheppard Thomas, boiler-maker, res 189 Montgomery. 

Shepper Christian, laborer Martin J. Foellinger. 

Sherbondy Abram M., carpenter, res 92 Hanna. 

Sherman George W., sawyer N. G. Olds & Sons, res 104 Mad- 
ison. 

Sherman Lena, laundress Aveline House. 

Sherman W. P., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Sheubener Nettie, domestic Thomas R. Pickard. 

Shiel Charles, barber 27 Calhoun, res 200 Fairfield ave. 

Shining Miss Mary B., milHnery 316 Main, bds s w cor Cal- 
houn and Washington. 

Shine Daniel, fireman, res 374 Calhoun. 

Shipps Marian, brakeman, res 35 Grand. 

Shmieders Henry, tinner, res 280 w Jefferson. 

Shmoe Louis C, shoemaker, res 161 Ewing. 

Shoaf Valentine, painter, res 180 Fairfield ave. 

Shoaff Allen P., clerk 102 Calhoun, bds 99 e Wayne. 

Shoafif John A., (Shoaff & Berst) res 153 Berry. 

Shoaff Miss Kate, bds 84 e Berry. 

Shoaff Mrs. Mary L., bds 96 Butler. 

Shoaff Perry, clerk P. & P. R. R., bds 99 e Wayne. 

Shoaff Samuel H., saddlery and harness 12 w Columbia, res 84 
e Berry. 

ShaoaffWde C, merchant tailor old 17 Court, bds Mayer 
House. 

!§ilioafr & Berst, (John A. Shoaff, Conrad B. Berst) pho- 
tographers Keystone Block. 

Shodey Caroline, laundress Hedekin House. 

Shoemaker Adam, boiler-maker, res 183 Montgomery. 

Shoemaker Henry, tinner, res 95 Clay. 

Shoemaker James S., (Huestis & Hamilton) & (Hamilton & Co.) 
bds Hedekin House. 

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Shoemaker J., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Shoemaker Wm., janitor school house, res 191 e Lewis. 

Shondel Wm. , teamster, bds Dedier House. 

Shone Henry, res 227 e Washington. 

Shopman Henry, laborer, res 139 e Lewis. 

Shordon Daniel, (Shordon & Swann) res 1 9 e Washington. 

Shordon Stephen, res 16 e Columbia. 

Shordon Miss Theresa, milliner Mrs. S. Stiers, bds 32 Clinton. 

iShordon & Swann, (Daniel Shordon & Scott Swann) 
agricultural implements 61 & 63 e Columbia. 

Shorey George M., engineer, res 18 Butler. 

Shreck Mrs. Agnes, res 137 Wallace. 

Shreck Joseph, machine hand Jacoby & Weigand. 

Shreck Miss Catherine, res 137 Wallace. 

Shrieve, George, fireman T., W. & W. Ry, res 11 Wall. 

Shriever John, tailor, res 24 Clark. 

Shryock Samuel, res 12 Cass. 

Shuck Wm. H., conductor T., W. & W. Ry, res 126 Williams. 

Shultz Wm. , laborer Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Shultz Wm. F., moulder, res 175 Madison. 

Shulz Frederick, mason, res 337 Hanna. 

Shulz Wm., laborer, res 97 Force. 

Shulz Wm., laborer, res 108 John. 

Shulze Charles E., salesman Root & Company, res 193 s Barr. 

Shunk A., carpenter R, F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Shunk Charles M., clerk Daniel Vollmer, res 207 e Jefferson. 

Shunk Frank, carpenter, res 207 e Jefferson. 

JShurick Frank S., propr Fort Wayue Stave and Head- 
ing Factory, s w cor Lafayette and T. , W. & W. Ry, bds 
Sturgis House. See advt. 

Shurick John S., supt Fort Wayne Stave & Heading Factory, 
res Spy Run ave. 

ShurtUff Charles, brakeman, bds 92 Montgomery. 

Shurtlifif Walter, fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 92 Mont- 
gomery. 

Shuster H., laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Shuster Joshua, fireman, res 28 Buchanan. ^ 

Shuster J., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Shuster Wm. , laborer Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Siarn Mrs. Mary Ann, res 12 Clark. 

Sibert Wm., laborer, res 125 e Lewis. 

Sibray Nathan, carpenter, res 230 w Wayne. 

Sibray Wm., printer, bds 230 w Wayne. 

Sick Joseph, clerk, bds 1 1 Grand. 

Sidle Isaac, engineer T., W. & W. Ry, res 29 Garden. 



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Siebt Wm. , laborer Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Siegle Peter, laborer, res 42 Force. 

Siegmont Harmon, tailor, res 26 West. 

Siemon August F. , (Siemon & Bro.) res 27 Madison. 

Siemon Charles, stamp clerk post-office, res 390 e Wayne. 

Siemon Paul, engineer, res 80 e Jefferson. 

Siemon Rudolph, (Siemon & Bro.) res 102 e Jefferson. 

ISiemon «& Bro., (Rudolph and August F.) booksellers 
and stationers and dealers in wall paper (old 77) 31 e Colum- 
bia and 34 e Berry. 

Siessler Charles, agent Fort Wayne Anzeiger, res 148 w Main. 

Sieves Frederick, res 10 Henry. 

Sigsby Alvira, bds 172 Calhoun. 

Sihler Christian, physician s w cor Berry and Calhoun, res 166 
Barr. 

Sihler Rev. Wm., pastor German Lutheran Church, res 166 
Barr. 

Silvers Elmore, laborer Hoffman Bros., res rear 148 Main. 

Silvers James W. , millwright Hoffman Bros., res 19 n Cass. 

Simon Moses, peddler, res 231 e Jefferson. 

Simons G., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

{Simons Oscar A., Vice-President First National Bank, res 
33 Brackenridge. 

Simonson Jas. H., Secretary Clark & Rhinesmith Lumber Co., 
res 138 e Berry. 

Simpson Allan W. , clerk, bds 202 w Jefferson. 

Simpson G. W., machinist P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Simpson Wilkinson K., (Simpson & Coyle) res 165 e Wash- 
ington. 

Simpson & Coyle, (Wilkinson K. Simpson, David Coyle) dentists 
108 Calhoun. 

Sinclair Margaret, domestic Neil McLachlan. 

Sinclair ISaniuel E., attorney at law 44 Calhoun, res s w 
cor Calhoun and Allen. 

Sinclair Miss Susan, teacher Hoagland School. 

Sinclair Thomas, machinist T. , W. & W. Ry, res 1 1 Henry. 

Sine Amos, engineer, res 77 Dawson. 

Singer Lawton O., (Singer & Pyke) res 122 w Wayne. 

Singer «fe Pyke, (Lawton O. Singer, Wm. H. Pyke) hats, 
caps and furs 34 Calhoun. 

Singleton A. J. machinist P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Singleton John, laborer, res 27 Baker. 

Singleton John, machinist T., W. & W. Ry, bds 18 Colerick. 

Singleton Jflicliael, Chief of Police 2 Court, res 33 Baker. 

Singleton Philip, machinist, bds 27 Baker. 

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Singleton Thomas, laborer, bds i8 Colerick. 

Singmaster Joseph, watchman, res 177 Jackson. 

Sink John, res 41 Locust. 

Sink John, fireman, res 48 Charles. 

Sink Miss Mary A., bds 150 Broadway. 

Sinn John K., organ-maker, res 18 Cass. 

Sinnigen Albert, mason, res 205 e Washington. 

Sisler Cyrus, conductor, bds 77 Dawson. 

Sithens Stephen, millwright, res 22 Ewing. 

Skelton Benjamin W., fireman, res 205 Lafayette. 

Skinner Benjamin D., (Carnahan, Skinner & Co.) res 88 w 

Berry. 
Skinner B. C, engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Slagle Harvey, fireman, res 328 cor Hamilton and Lafayette. 
Slagle John, machinist, bds 317 Harrison. 
Slagle Mrs. Julia A., res 317 Harrison. 
Slagle Wm., machinist, res 56 Chicago. 
Slater Emmet, carpenter Cochrane, Humphrey & Co. 
Slater John, blacksmith, res 25 Williams. 
Slater John, helper, res 72 Baker. 
Slater Joseph, blacksmith, res e s Prince s of Bass. 
Slater M., mechanic Peters Box Factory. 
Slater Mrs. Sarah T., res 24 Barthold. 
Slaudraf Conrad, horse-collar maker, bds 28 Taylor. 
Sleeper Miss Annie G., teacher, res 138 Lafayette. 
Sleeper Francis M., book-keeper N. G. Olds & Sons, res 138 

Lafayette. 
Slichter Wm. H. , conductor, res 39 Baker. 
Sloan Richard E., machinist, bds 202 w Jefferson. 
Sloat Miss Florence, saleslady Joseph Black & Co., bds 82 w 

Berry. 
Slocum C. E., coppersmith P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Slocum Edward, blacksmith, res 242 e Lewis. > 

Slosser Frank, fireman, bds 82 Fairfield ave. 
Slusser Charles, brakeman, bds 322 Calhoun. 
Slusser Miss CordeHa, operator The Singer Mnfg Co., bds 62 

Chicago. 
Slusser J. T., fireman T., W. & W. Ry. 
Smallhouse Frederick, res 13 w Jefferson. 
Smaltz John, carpenter, res 353 w Main. 
Smart James H., Supt Public Schools, res 287 w Wayne. 
Smart Miss Jessie A., teacher, bds 287 w Wayne. 
Smart Stephen F., bds 90 Calhoun. 
Smead Albert, machine-hand, res 375 e Washington. 
Smead John, laborer, res 380 e Washington. 

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Smedley Shuler S. , fireman, res s s Huffman w of Wells. 
Smick Manford M. , book-keeper S. S. Smick, res 64 Barr. 
Smick S. S., dealer in agricultural implements 22 and 24 

w Columbia, res 64 Barr. See front cover. 
Smick Wm. P., clerk S. S. Smick, res 64 Barr. 
Smidt Jacob, trunk-maker, bds 91 e Washington. 
Smiser Jacob, laborer, bds 148 e Lewis. 
Smitly Casper, clerk, res 114 e Berry. 
Smith Mrs. Ann, res 54 Jackson. 
Smith Anna, domestic M. Sweetser. 
Smith August, bds 234 e Wayne. 
Smith Benjamin F. , (J. W. Smith & Son) res s s Walton ave bet 

e Wayne and the canal. 
Smitli CalTin li., manager U. S. Express Co., res 106 w 
. Wayne. 

Smith Calvin S., messenger U. S. Express Co., res 54 Jackson. 
Smith Casper A., engineer, res 19 Charles. 
Smith Charles, engineer T., W. & W. Ry Shop. 
Smith Charles E. , clerk H. G. Wagner, bds 54 Calhoun. 
Smith Christ W., cigar-maker L. Dessauer & Co., res 86 e 

Main. 
Smith Clarence, brakeman, bds 322 Calhoun. 
Smith Clarence G. , Treasurer Gazette Printing Co., res 75 

Webster. 
Smith Clark, conductor, bds 16 Chicago. 
!§iimtli Cornelius S., physician and surgeon 38 Douglas 

ave, res same. 
Smith Daniel, teamster, res 408 w Main. 
Smith Daniel E. , laborer, res s s Archer ave e of Sherman. 
Smith David, laborer, bds 89 Hanna. 
Smith Edward, carriage-trimmer, res 11 Monroe. 
Smith Edward, laborer, bds 28 Force. 
Smith Edward R. , printer, bds 39 Brackenridge. 
Smith Miss Ella E. , bds 309 w Jefferson. 
Smith Elliot, (Underbill & Smith) res 340 w Jefferson. 
Smith Eugene B., foreman news room Gazette Printing Co., res 

178 w Washington. 
Smith Frederick, laborer, res 2 Cass. 
Smith George, laborer, bds 158 Montgomery. 
Smith George H., cigar-maker, res 131 e Washington. 
Smith George O., mason, res 16 Gay. 
Smith Gilbert, sign-painter, res 16 w Berry. 
Smith Henry, barber, res 103 Barr. 
Smitb Henry, fireman, res 8 Lavina. 
Smith Henry, rimmer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

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Smith Hiram P., with J. W. Smith & Son, res e s Walton ave, 

bet e Wayne and the canal. 
Smith Jacob, laborer, res 33 Wilt. 
Smith James, machinist, res 14 Summit. 
Smith Mrs. Jane, res 89 Hanna. 
Smith John, bartender Wm. Gaffney. 
Smith John, conductor, res 71 Dawson. 
Smith John, laborer, res 1 5 Baker. 
Smith John, moulder, res 343 e Lewis. 
Smith John, teamster, bds 262 Calhoun. 
Smith John G., traveling agent Underbill & Congdon, res South 

Whitley, Indiana. 
Smith John H. , clerk J. B. White, res s s Creighton ave near 

Fairfield ave. 
Smith John W. , (J. W. Smith & Son) res e s Walton ave bet e 

Wayne and the canal. 
Smith Joseph, bds 53 w Lewis. 
Smith J., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Smith J. McNutt, res 39 Douglas ave. 
Smith J. Sion, (Bass & Smith) res 96 Butler. 
Smith Leon, works N. G. Olds & Sons. 
Smith Lewis M., clerk Foster Bros. & Co., res 54 Jackson. 
iSniitli liOrin, news depot post office, res 24 e Washington. 
Smith Louis, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 
Smith Martin, machine-hand Jacoby & Weigand. 
Smith Mary E., bds 309 w Jefferson. 
Smith Nellie, waitress Aveline House. 
Smith Oson, engineer, bds Hedekin House. 
Smith Peter, foreman N. G. Olds & Sons. 
Smith Samuel, carpenter, res 53 w Lewis. 
Smith Sarah E., teacher, bds Sturgis House. 
Smith Thomas, shoemaker, bds 22 Baker. 
Smith Thomas C, painter, res 154 Montgomery. 
Smith Thomas J., baggageman F. W., J. & S. R. R., res s ecor 

Beck. 
Smith Uriah, fireman, bds 89 Hanna. 
Smith Walter, baggagemaster C. , R. & F. W. R. R. , bds 49 

Baker. 
Smith Wesley, teamster M. Glynn, res 53 w Lewis. 
Smith Wm., machine-hand N. G. Olds & Sons. 
Smith Wm., produce dealer, bds 218 Broadway. 
Smith Wm. B., res s end Calhoun. 

Smith Wm. L., architect, res n e cor Griffith and George. 
Smith W., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Smyser Miss Lottie A., teacher, bds 264'V Wayne. 

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Smith J. "W. A; ISon, (John W. & Benjamin F.) matresses, 
prepared corn husks, tallow, neats foot oil, etc., e s Walton 
ave, bet e Wayne and the canal. 

Smyser Peter D., (S. Bash & Co.) bds 240 w Berry. 

Snider Clark, engineer G. R. & I. R. R. , res 21 Lavina. 

Snider £Taii, dentist 39 w Berry, res e s n Spy Run ave w 
of Woolen Mills. 

gnively Henry J., carpenter, bds 179 Clinton. 

Snout Isaac B., conductor T. , W. & W. Ry, bds 164 Broadway. 

Snurr David E. , well-digger, res 153 High. 

Snyder Charles, fireman, bds 82 Force. 

Snyder David C. , engineer, res 293 Harrison. 

Snyder Edgar, fireman T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Snyder Ferdinand, fireman, res 138 Francis. 

Snyder I. L., brakeman P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 219 La- 
fayette. 

Snyder John, case-maker Fort Wayne Organ Co., res w of Cal- 
houn near city limits. 

Snyder John, conductor P., F. W. & C. R. R. , bds 212 La- 
fayette. 

Snyder John, laborer, res Sixth near Agricultural Works. 

Snyder John, laborer, res 30 West. 

Snyder Louis F. , teamster Hoffman Bros., res rear 190 Main. 

Snyder Simon, res s w cor Sherman and Archer ave. 

Snyder U. R., conductor F. W., M. & C. R. R., bds Gilbert 
House. 

Snyder Valentine, brakeman, bds 48 Chicago. 

Snyder Wm., brakeman, bdfe 17 Holman. 

Snyder Wm., conductor P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 212 La- 
fayette. 

Soark Peter, res rear 179 e Washington. 

Sokup Andrew, laborer, res 31 Lasalle. 

Solligher Christ, laborer, res 7 West. 

Solomon Charles, laborer, bds 178 Barr. 

Somers F. , laborer, P. , F. W. & C. R. R. 

Somers James, saloon 262 Calhoun, res 47 Douglas ave. 

Somers John, machinist, res e s Lafayette, bet Charles and 
Wallace. 

Sommer Charles, photographer, 4 e Columbia, res n s Peck, e of 
Sherman. 

Sommer Frederick, laborer, res 133 Madison. 

Sommer Reinhard, laborer Bloomingdale Mills, res n s Fourth, 
bet Wells and Cass. 

Sommers Mrs. Ann, res 44 Douglas. 

Sommers Mrs. Gertrude, res 57 w Jefferson. 

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Sommers John, bricklayer, res 33 Grand. 

Soosley Anna, domestic Henry McKinnie. 

Soper Herbert, conductor, res 55 Melita. 

Sorg lisador, druggist 43 Wells, res 41 Wells. 

Souder John, harness-maker, res 23 Barr. 

Soulen L., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Southern Jacob, res 94 Lasalle. 

Southern James, engineer, res 278 Webster. 

Soven Fred, laborer, res n s Douglas ave, bet Wessel and Bar- 
thold. 

Sowders Daniel W., carpenter, res 31 William. 

Sowers George, grocer 162 Calhoun, bds same. 

Sowers H., machinist P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Spade Samuel, plasterer, bds 47 Bass. 

Spaedel Herman, laborer, res 272 e Jefferson. 

Spang Mrs. Caroline, res 17 Holman. 

Spangler J., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Spangler L. , helper P. , F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Spangler Mary, domestic G. A. Goeriz. 

Speaker Wm. H., printer Gazette Printing Co.,. bds Farmers' 
Exchange. 

Spearing Henry, engineer T., W. & W. Ry. 

Speeler Anna, domestic Henry McKinnie. 

Speitel H. , laborer P. , F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Spen Charles, laborer, res 15 Colerick. 

Spence Mrs. Mary J., res 223 w Jefferson. 

Spencer Ekward L. , clerk DeGroff Nelson & Co. , bds Robinson 

House. 
Spencer Martin V. B., attorney at law 33 Calhoun, res 

216 w Wayne. 
Spencer Thomas, laborer, bds 34 Baker. 
Spereison J. Alexander, blacksmith n s Taylor, bet Pine and 

T., W. & W. Ry track, res 56 Taylor. 
Speth Lawrence, tanner, bds 132 Wells. 
Spice George, brakeman, bds 49 Walnut. 
Spiegel Augusta, domestic Wm. W. Rockhill. 
Spiegel Augustus, tailor, res 40 Wall. 
Spiegel Bernhardt, laborer, res s s Henry e of Miner. 
Spiegel Oustave, boots and shoes 132 Broadway, res 315 

w Jefferson. 
Spiegel G. E., grocer 183 Broadway, res 36 Nirdlinger. 
Spiegel Mary, domestic W. W. Worthington. 
Spilman Peter, laborer, res 320 e Washington. 
Spindle Joseph, laborer, res 190 Montgomery. 
Spindle Lewis, machinist, res loi Wells. 

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Spitler John M., fireman, res 191 Jackson. 

Spitz Louis, barber Fred C. Meyer, res 86 Barr. 

Spoenle J., blacksmith P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Sponla Louis, machinist J. C. Bowser & Co., res loi Wells. 

Spore Warren, agent Adams Express Co. , res in Madison. 

Spoth Edward, professor of music, res 140 Calhoun. 

Spring Samuel, shoemaker 25 w Wayne, bds 27 w Wayne. 

Springer Miss Harriet S. , bds i,S4 e Jefferson. 

Springer Lorin, carpenter, res 184 Griffith. 

Springer Mrs. Mary E. , bds 184 e Jefierson. 

I§ipring;field Fire & Marine Ins. Co. of Springfield, 
Mass., Irwin & Lumbard agents, 36 Calhoun. 

Spurrier Dennis D. , tinsmith, res 141 Force. 

Sraar Wm., laborer, res 25 Wall. 

Stace Wm. A., book-keeper S. S. Smick, bds Anderson House. 

Stacher Charles, fireman, res n w cor Oakley and Henry. 

Stacker G., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Staes John, cooper, res s s Archer ave e of Sherman. 

Staffy Alexander, laborer, bds 152 e Wayne. 

Stagmier Wm., works N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Stahl Christian, laborer, res 77 Lasalle. 

Stahl F., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Stahl John, (Stahl & Hillegass) res 151 Ewing. 

I§tahl <& BLillegass, (John Stahl, Josiah D. Hillegass) attor- 
neys at law n w cor Main and Calhoun. 

Stahlhut Charles, teamster, res 145 Ewing. 

Stahlhut Frederick, teamster, res 145 Ewing. 

Stalker John, machinist T., W. & W. Ry. 

Stalker Thomas, machinist T., W. & W. Rv. 

Stall C, helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Stange Charles, vinegar-maker, res 204 e Wayne. 

Stanley Chancy, (Stanley, Bieber & Co.) res 121 w Main. 

Stanley Thomas J., carriage-trimmer Stanley, Bieber & Co., res 
116 Jackson. 

IStanley, Bieber <& Co., (Chancy Stanley, Milton Bieber) 
carriage mnfrs 120 w Main. 

Stanton George H., telegraph operator T., W. & W. Ry, bds 
Harmon Houes. 

Stapleford Clemet A., draughtsman George Trenam, bds 121 e 
Washington. 

Stapleford Henry T. , (Stapleford & Dawson) bds Sturgis House. 

IStapleford it. P., flouring mill s e cor Columbia and La- 
fayette, bds 94 e Jefferson. See advt. 

Stapleford Miss Mary, saleslady C. Orff & Co., bds ^^6 Broad- 
way. 



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Steger Rudolph, clerk, bds 150 Montgomery. 

Steigamier Wm., mechanic, res 20 Houch. 

Steiger Rudolph, clerk Harries & Co., res 150 Montgomery. 

Stein Mrs. Christina, res 76 Union. 

Stein Gustave E., carpenter, res 142 Jackson. 

Stein Herman S., salesman Root & Company, res 76 Union. 

Stein John, car-inspector, res 122 Maumee. 

Stein Joseph N., carpenter, res 14 Gay. 

Stein Peter, shoemaker, res 122 Maumee. 

Steinbrenner Frederick, res 25 Broadway. 

Steinbrunner Robert, laborer, res 24 Williams. 

Steinhart Michael, butcher F. Eckart & Co., res 18 I-larris. 

Steinheuser Henry, wagon-maker, res 31 Taylor. 

Steinke Mrs. Adelia, res 7 McClellan. 

Steinke Charles, painter, bds 7 McClellan. 

Steinke Edward, laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 63 Oakley. 

Steinke Gustave, book agent, bds 99 w Jefferson. 

Steinke Herman, carpenter, bds 7 McClellan. 

Steller Conrad, butcher, res 92 Wilt. 

Stellhorn August, laborer, res 100 Wilt. 

Steffey Rev. Michael W. , pastor Evangelical Association, res 

151 Montgomery. 
Stapleford N. L., traveling salesman, bds 336 Broadway. 
Stapleford & Dawson, (Henry T. Stapleford, J. W. Dawson) 

auction and commission 7 e Main. 
Stardecker George, laborer, res 43 Wilt. 
Stark Erasmus, porter B. Trentman & Son, res 23 Nirdlinger 

avenue. 
Starkey A., book-binder, bds Hedekin House. 
Starkey Frederick, laborer, res 8 Orchard. 
Starkey O. L., traveling agent, res 102 e Main. 
Starr Amos, res 23 Nirdlinger ave. 
Statler Augustus J., insurance agent n w cor Calhoun 

and Main, res 140 e Berry. 
Statler James B., clerk G. C. Beeks & Co., res 140 e Berry. 
Staub George W., tinsmith H. DeWald, bds Gilbert House. 
Staufifer Gottlieb, tailor M. E. Woodward, res 363 w Main. 
Staunton James, engineer, res 24 Cass. 
Staupp Louis, res 273 w Main. 
Steamer Wm., laborer T., W. & W. Ry. 
SteaterL., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Steacher Christ, laborer Kerr Murray, bds 20 McClellan. 
Steckmeyer Jacob, laborer, res 23 West. 
Steel James H., clerk S. A. Aurentz, bds 172 w Jefferson. 
Steenman Wm., laborer, bds 40 Force. 

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Stellhorn Charles, boots and shoes 144 Calhoun, res 133 
w Water. 

Stellhorn Frederick, janitor Concordia College. 

Stellhorn Henry, blacksmith, res 91 e Lewis. 

Stellhorn John, carpenter, res 54 w Washington. 

Stellhorn John F. , carpenter, res 154 w Washington. 

Stellhorn Minnie, domestic Dr. Lesher Trexler. 

Stellma G., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Stellwaggon Charles, engineer res 30 Williams. 

Stellwaggon Joseph A., foreman, res 233 e Lewis. 

Stelzer Martin, fireman T., W. & W. Ry. 

Stemler Philip, tailor, res s s Berry e of Harmer. 

Stenner Frederick W. , clerk res 95 e Jefferson. 

Stephan C. , carpenter P. , F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Stephan Julius, cigar-maker, res n s Wall w of Broadway. 

Stephan Wm., cabinet-maker Arnold, res 5 Sturgis. 

Stephen Philip, laborer, res 26 Hood. 

Stephens Jefferson, pipe-maker Cement Pipe Works, res e s 
Calhoun bet Wallace and Hamilton. 

Stepbeus William B., supt Fort Wayne Carbonized Ce- 
ment Pipe Works, res e s Calhoun bet Wallace and Ham- 
ilton. 

Steriss John, brewer Certia & Rankert, bds Frederick Schmuec- 
kle. 

Sterling Belle, domestic Mayer House. 

Stermer Wm., wagon-maker, res 332 e Wayne. 

Stern Philip, machinist, res 87 Holman. 

Stetter Louis, laborer, res 42 Nirdlinger ave. 

Stetzel Peter, laborer, res 352 e Washington. 

Ste'zer Martin, fireman, res 106 Chicago. 

Steuben Hotel, s e cor Calhoun and e Washington. 

Steup Louis, clerk M. E. Woodward, res 106 w Jefferson. 

Stevens Ephraim, {W. & J. Stevens) res 70 Wells. 

!§lteveiis Oeorge E., ticket agent P., F. W., & C.,G. R. & 
I. & C. R. & F. W. R. Rs, res 138 Clinton. 

Stevens Henry, carpenter, bds 105 High. 

Stevens Henry, laborer, res 109 Holman. 

Stevens Henry, jr., bds 109 Madison. 

Stevens Rufus L. , upholsterer, res 15 Williams. 

Stevens Thomas, carriage-maker, res e of city limits. 

Stevens Wm., (W. & E. Stevens) res 15 Clay. 

Stevens W. & E., (William and Ephraim) carriage build- 
ers II and 13 Clay. See advt. 

Stewart Ally, domestic John S. Irwin. 

Stewart Charles, blacksmith, res 128 Madison. 



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Stiger David, carpenter, res w s Franklin ave n of Beck. 

Stigerwald John A. , turner N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Stiles John B., fireman, bds 79 Douglass ave. 

Stiles G., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Stiles Mrs. Sarah J., res 79 Douglass ave. 

Stillwagon Aaron, engine-wiper, bds 343 Hanna. 

Stillwagon C, helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Stillwagon George, engineer, res 343 Hanna. 

Stillwagon Samuel, laborer, bds 343 Hanna. 

Stine Daniel, carpenter, res 318 Harrison. 

Stinley Joseph, laborer, res 137 Wallace. 

Stip Henry, res 105 Madison. 

Stirling John T. , dealer in trees n e cor Main and Calhoun, res 

109 w Washington. 
Stites John, carpenter, res 32 Williams. 
Stock George, bds 125 n Cass. 
Stock George, jr., tanner, res 125 n Cass. 
Stockbridge Charles A., with N. P. Stockbridge, res 225 w 

Wayne. 
Stockbridge Joseph W. , with N. P. Stockbridge, res 225 w 

Wayne. 
Stockbridge o^atliaiiiel P., bookseller and stationer, 

wall paper 12 e Columbia, res 225 w Wayne. 
Stewart Charles J., night watchman, res 165 Broadway. 
Stewart David, machinist T. , W. & W. Ry. 
Stewart D. B., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 136 Jackson. 
Stewart Robert M., carpenter, res 156 e Wayne. 
Stewart Wm. , carder French, Hanna & Co., bds 136 e Wayne. 
Stewart Wm. L., (colored) barber 68 Barr, res same. 
Sthair Henry, mnfr carriage and buggies 46 w Main and 9 

Pearl, res 54 w Main. See advt. 
Sthair Wm. , with Henry Sthair, bds 54 w Main. 
Stickle Jacob, teamster, bds 132 Wells. 
Stienaker F., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Stier Christian, baker Christian Haffner, bds 37 w Berry. 
Stier F., moulder Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 
Stier H., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Stier Jacob, moulder Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 
Stier Joseph, moulder Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 
Stiers Mrs. CJeorge, milliner and dress-maker 32 Clinton, 

res same. 
Stiers George J., clerk C._ Orft & Co., res 32 Clinton. 
Stiers Henry, asst Street Commissioner, res 166 Lafayette. 
Stiers John C, clerk C. Orff & Co., res 188 e Washington. 
Stigebald Adam, laborer, res 6^ Madison. 

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Stocking Henry, engineer T, , W. & W. Ry. 

Stockman Charles, cooper Fred Kley, bds 240 w Main. 

Stockwell James, brakeman, res 84 Taylor. 

Stokes George, carpenter, bds 25 Smith. 

Stoler Sarah, waitress Robinson House. 

Stoler Eli, brakeman, bds 178 Ewing. 

Stoler Jacob, fireman T., W. & W. Ry, res 178 Ewing. 

Stoler Wm. , sawyer, res 99 w Water. 

Stoll Frederick, coppersmith, res 66 Charles. 

StoU Frederick, laborer, res 48 Walnut. 

Stoll Henry, teamster, res 25 Second. 

Stoll Jacob, laborer, res 381 Lafayette. 

Stonb George, tinsmith, bds Gilbert House. 

Stone Rev. John, pastor First Baptist church, bds Hanna 
House. 

Stone Wm. E., engineer T., W. & W. Ry, res 5 McClellan. 

Stoneacre Fred, laborer, res 112 Fairfield ave. 

Stonebruner R., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Stonecamp Anton, carpenter T., W. & W. Ry. 

Stoner John M., millwright, res 45 e Water. 

Stophlet Frank C, (Stophlet Bros.) res 322 Broadway. 

Stophletjohn W., (Stophlet Bros.) res w s Wells n of Beck. 

Stophlet Joseph H. , architect 17 Court, res 103 e Washington. 

Stophlet Mrs. Mary, res 322 Broadway. 

IStoplilet Bros., (Frank C. & John W.) stoves, tinware and 

house furnishing goods 14 w Columbia. 
Storm Joseph A. M., traveling salesman McCuUoch & Richey, 

res 242 w Wayne. 
Story Henry, moulder, bds 16 w Water. 
Story James, res 16 w Water. 

StotK Ulricli, restaurant 21 & 23 e Main, res same. 
Stoudecker George, laborer T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Stout , engineer T., W. & W. Ry, res 195 e Lewis. 

Stouer Marion, clerk Coombs & Co., res 109 Madison. 
Stowell Conrad, mechanic, res 19 Wessel. 
Straight Orrin, brakeman, bds 20 Baker. 
Strain Conrad, boiler-maker T. , W. & W. Ry. 
Stranger H., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Strass Emanuel, furnishing goods 16 w Main, res 106 Webster. 
Strass Jacob, clerk Marx Block, bds Robinson House. 
Strassburg Christ, ashery n s canal e of Calhoun, res 119 Wilt. 
Strassburg Fred, potash-boiler, res n s Water e of Calhoun. 
Strassburg Wm. , planer Cochrane, Humphrey & Co. 
Strasser Joi^epli, saloon 28 w Main, res same. 
Strasser Robert, machinist Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 



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232 POLK, MURPHY & CO'S 



Stratton Jerome Q. , (Newberger & Stratton) res 2 1 w Jefferson, 

Stratton Joseph, mason, res 96 w Washington. 

Straughan Jesse R. , civil engineer, res 87 e Berry. 

Strauss Henry, brewer Certia & Rankert, bds Frederick Schmuec- 

kle. 
Straw Mrs. Elizabeth, res 47 e Water. 
Strayer Theodore, switchman, res 49 Grand. 
Streetmatter Charles, contractor, res 26 Oak. 
Strein John, engineer, res 50 Douglass. 
Stricher Wm. , chair-finisher Reese & Co. 
Strieder Christopher, teacher, res i66Barr. 
Striker Mrs. Anna, res 8 Orchard. 
Striker Christian, case-maker Fort Wayne Organ Co., res 174 

Henry. 
Striker Mrs. Elizabeth, res 125 Wells. 
Strodel Augustus, clerk M. Strodel, bds 8 e Berry. 
IStrodel Oeorge, saloon 54 e Main, res same. 
fStrodel Hattliias, saloon 8 e Berry, res same. 
Strodel Matthias, jr., clerk G. DeWald & Co., res 10 e Berry. 
Stroke Frederick, machinist, bds 20 Chicago. 
Strong Edith, domestic Montgomery Hamilton. 
Strong Edwin R., clerk Mayer House, res same. 
Strong Ella, domestic C. Orff. 
Strong Henry, shoemaker, res 164 Calhoun. 
Strong John H. , carpenter, res 3 Brandriff. 
Strong Miss Josephine, teacher, bds 74 e Lewis. 
Strong Miss Lou E., teacher, bds 74 e Lewis. 
Strong Melvin H., engineer, res 13 Hamilton. 
Strong Melzar B. , conductor, res 258 w Wayne. 
Strope Dennis B. , chief engineer, res 324 Calhoun. 
Strouft August, stone-cutter, bds 132 Wells. 
Strous John, (Mabus & Strous) res 8 e Columbia. 
Strubey Charles, music teacher, res 81 e Jefferson. 
Strubing Mary, domestic Henry H. Edgerton. 
, Struck John, clerk Dillingham & Ling. 
Strung Christian, grocer 72 Barr, res same. 
Struver Wm., saloon 66 e Main, res same. 
Stubnatzy Rev. Wolfgang S., pastor Lutheran Church, res 241 

w Jefferson. 
Stucker B. , engineer R , F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Studer Bernard, carpenter, res 337 e Lewis. 
Studer Jerome J., salesman Ellsworth, Andrew & Co., res 337 

e Lewis. 
Stults Amos C, agent the Singer M'f'g Co., bds 73 e Berry. 
Stulzer Peter, boiler-maker T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Eoyal Insurance Co., Liverpool, Ir-win ALumtard, AgentSi 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 233 

Stump Christian H., sewing machine agent, res 164 e Lewis. 

Stumpp Lewis, laborer, res 55 Wall. 

Sturgis House, Charles P. Cumpston, propr, 49 & 51 w 
Berry. 

Sturgis Miss Louisa, bds 103 w Berry. 

Stuter Wilson S. , book-keeper, res 83 Baker. 

Stutsman Samuel P., hostler, res 13 Maumee. 

Stutzenberger Anton, laborer, res s s e Jefferson w of Division. 

Stutzenberger Frank, painter, res s s e Jefferson n of Division. 

Stutzenberger John, clerk, res s s e Jefferson n of Division. 

Stutzenberger Michael, painter, res s s e Jefferson n of Division. 

Sukug A., moulder Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Shuldhofif Henry, clerk Foster Bros. & Co., res 273 Webster. 

Sullivan Andrew, fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 18 Bass. 

Sullivan Cornelius, laborer P., F. W. & C. R, R. , res 23 Taylor. 

Sullivan Daniel E. , road-master, res 307 Calhoun. 

Sullivan Fred A. , clerk Adams Express Co. , res n e cor Main 
and Barr. 

!§ullivaii Henry, supt Catholic cemetery, res cemetery 
grounds. 

Sullivan H., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Sullivan John, fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 18 Bass. 

Sullivan Mary, domestic Lewis Peltier. 

Sullivan P., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Sullivan Thomas, broom-maker, res 102 Maumee. 

Sullivan Thomas, local mail agent, bds Mayer House. 

Sulzer Christian, cooper Fred Kley, bds 240 w Main. 

Summit City House, A. P. Essig, 39 e Water. 

Suren John, carpenter, res 273 e Jefferson. 

Sutermeister Arnold, (Sutermeister, Becker & Bond) res 229 w 
Jetferson. 

Siitei'ineister, Beelter & Bond, (Arnold Sutermeister, 
Christian Becker and Henry W. Bond) architects and contrac- 
tors 14 Fulton. 

Sutherland John, laborer, bds 149 Barr. 

Sutley Harry, wood-turner, bds 85 Holman, 

Sutter J., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Sutton David C. , carpenter, res 23 Barr. 

Sutton John, machinist, res 39 Melita. 

Swager Charles, carpenter, bds 178 e Lewis. 

Swager Peter, laborer, res 178 e Lewis. 

Swain Bennett, engineer, res s s Pontiac e of Calhoun. 

Swain Mrs. Charlotte, res 60 w Main. 

Swain George, plasterer, res 21 Melita. 

Swain George W., driver Hook & Ladder Co., bds 60 w Main. 

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234 ' POLK, MURPHY & CO S 

Swain John, laborer T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Swan Mrs. Arabella, bds 26 w Jefferson. 

Swane James, teamster, res 45 Monroe. 

Swaney C. W., machinist P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Swann Scott, (Shordon & Swann) res 267 w Wayne. 

Swart Amos M. , machinist, res 192 Broadway. 

Swartz C. S., laborer, res 93 Ewing. 

Swartz John A., teamster, res 416 Calhoun. ^ 

Swartzelle Frank, telegraph operator, bds 17 Holman. 

Swatz George, laborer, res 8 Hood. 

Swayne C. , mechanic Peters' Box Factory. 

Sweeney Abraham, carpenter, res 128 w Washington. 

Sweeney Joseph, wagon-maker, res 310 Hanna. 

Sweeney Mrs. Laney, res 33 John. 

Sweet A., machinist P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Sweet Edward R., commercial agent, bds 221 w Washington. 

Sweet Samuel B., cashier T., W. & W. Ry freight office, res 82 
Montgomery. 

Sweetzer Madison, res 94 w Wayne, 

Sweir Wm., boiler-maker, bds 159 e Lewis. 

Sweir Wm., foreman, res 187 Madison. 

j^iw^eringen Hirain V., physician 112 Broadway, res 231 
w Washington. 

Swift Alpheus C. , res 7 Harmer. 

Swift Bayless, law student Coombs, Miller & Bell, bds 7 Har- 
mer. 

Swimley Andrew D., carpenter, res 259 w Main. 

Swindell Edwin W., machinist T., W. & W. Ry, bds 107 Fair- 
field ave. 

Swinney Col. Thomas W. , res w end Jefferson. 

Swinney Wm. P., conductor T., W. & W. Ry. 

T 

Taplinger Susan, domestic Sturgis House. 

Tagtmeyer Christian, (Tagtmeyer & Bro.) res s e cor Harrison 

and Island. 
Tagtmeyer David, (Bosse, Tagtmeyer & Co.) res 109 w Water. 
Tagtmeyer Frederick, (Tagtmeyer & Bro.) res s e cor Harrison 

and Island. 
Tagtmeyer F. , helper P. , F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Tagtmeyer Henry, carpenter, res 103 w Water. 
Tagtmeyer Wm. , machinist, res 102 w Water. 
Taglitmeyer & Bro., (Frederick & Christian) boot and 

shoe makers 94^ Barr. 

Fancy Goods, the Largest Stock, at 0. Orff & Oo s. 



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235 



Taint David, milk-peddler, res n s Maumee turnpike. 

Talbot , Fort Wayne Organ Factory, bds Hanna House 

Talford Isaac, laborer T., W. & W. Ry. 

Talley V., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Tarn Silas, propr stock yards, res cor Clinton and Hamilton. 

Tarmon Henry A., carpenter, res 50 e Washington. 

Tate Rev. Colin C, pastor Trinity Episcopal church, res 169 w 
Wayne. 

Tate Jennie, cook Robinson House. 

TaVanah Alexander, car driver, bds 262 Calhoun. 

Taylor Charles F., traveling salesman H. J. Trentman & Bro. , 
res n w cor Calhoun and Brackenridge. 

Taylor Charles J., (Taylor, Fairbank & Co.) bds Exchange 
Hotel. 

Taylor George, laborer, res 37 Lasselle. 

Taylor George W., finisher N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Taylor Miss Harriet A., teacher, bds 34 w Water. 

Taylor Henry C, confectioner 52 Barr, res same. 

Taylor I. Newton, (Nuttman & Taylor) res e s Fairfield ave s of 
Creighton ave. 

Taylor John, res 244 e Washington. 

Taylor John W. , book-keeper Nuttman & Taylor, bds Hanna 
House. 

Taylor Lavina, domestic Michael Fitzpatrick. 

Taylor Mrs. Margaretta S., res e s Fairfield ave s of Creigh- 
ton ave. 

Taylor Robert S., attorney at law 32 e Berry, res e s Fairfield 
ave s of Creighton ave. 

Taylor Royal W., grain ware house 26 Pearl, bds 77 w Wayne. 

Taylor Samuel R. , organ-tuner, res e s Fairfield ave s of Creigh- 
ton ave. 

Taylor Stephen, carpenter, res 6^ Butler. 

Taylor Wm., blacksmith, bds 100 Montgomery. 

Taylor Wm., clerk, res 11 Oak. 

Taylor Wm. C, book-keeper Jacoby &Weigand, res 11 Oak. 

Taylor Zachary P., notary public 57 Clinton, bds C. L. Hill. 

Taylor, Fairbank &. Co., (Charles J. Taylor, Clark 
Fairbank, Samuel S. Ludlum) proprs Fort Wayne Journal, 
post-ofiice building e s of Court s of Main. See advt. 

Tearman Thomas, laborer, res 75 Madison. 

Techinayer Frederick, carpenter, res 24 Wilt. 

Tegeder Henry, cabinet-maker and furniture dealer 231 
Calhoun, bds 100 Harrison. 

Teghtmeyer Frederick, laborer, res 12 Summit. 

Teghtmeyer Frederick, shoemaker, res 297 Harrison. 



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236 POLK, MURPHY & CO's 



Tegtmeyer A., machinist P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Tegtmeyer Conrad, carpenter Cochrane, Humphrey & Co, 

Tegtmeyer Ernst, machmist, res 77 Brackenridge. 

Tegtmeyer Frederick, sawyer Jacoby & Weigand. 

Tein Mrs. Caroline, res 26 Baker. 

Teitch F. , wks Fort Wayne Stave Factory, res 66 w Jefferson. 

Telbury Wayne, laborer, res 267 Hanna. 

Telford Charles, 'bus driver, bds Robinson House. 

Telley Charles, boiler-maker, bds 386 Calhoun. 

Telley George, machinist, res 386 Calhoun. 

Telley John, engineer, bds 386 Calhoun. 

Telley Thomas, engineer, res 386 Calhoun. 

Templar Henry, clerk T., W. & W. Ry, bds 152 w Wayne. 

Tenney Edward L., engineer, res 70 Wilt. 

Terry A. M., brakeman, res s e cor Calhoun and Wallace. 

Terry George H., moulder, res 378 Calhoun. 

Terry John, brakeman F. W., M. & C. R. R., bds 114 Fair- 
field ave. 

Terry J. C, brakeman T., W. & W. Ry, bds 114 Fairfield ave. 

Teuter John M. , tailor, res 105 High. 

Teuter John M., jr., stone-cutter, bds 105 High. 

Texas Colony Association, Irwin & Lumbard, agents, 
36 Calhoun. 

Thanhouser Samuel, (Frank 81 Thanhouser) res 24 w Wayne. 

Thavenetl Alexander, car driver, bds e s Calhoun s of Collins. 

The Howe Haeliine Co., Amos Davis, supervising agent 
72 Calhoun. 

Theil Wm., (Wm. Theil & Co.) res 237 w Main. 

Theil Wm. & Co., (Wm. Theil, Frederick Kroesch) wagon-ma- 
kers 364 w Main. 

Theimann W., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

The iSinger H'f g Co's Office, J. S. Finkenbiner, man- 
ager, 6o)4 Calhoun. 

Thiel Charles, boarding-house, res 47 First. 

Thiele Henry, tinsmith, bds 75 w Jefferson. 

ThieleR., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Thieme Andrew, grocer 170 Broadway, res same. 

Thieme Frederick G., res 216 w Berry. 

Thieme George, cigar-maker A. N. Ehle & Co., bds 170 
Broadway. 

Thieme John, clerk Andrew Thieme, bds 170 Broadway. 

Thieme John F., (J. G. Thieme & Bro.) res 216 w Berry. 

Thieme John G., (J. G. Thieme & Bro.) res 53 e Wayne. 

Tbieme J. O. & Bro., (John G. & John F.) merchant 
tailors 37 Columbia. 

Phenix Insurance Co., Brooklyn, Irwin & Lumbard, Agents. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 237 

Thistle Philip, varnisher, res 144 e Washington. 

Tholman John, fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 92 Mont- 
gomery. 

Thomas Albert, brakeman P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 138 
Jackson. 

Thomas Bena.jah C, fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Thomas Calvin, farmer, res 173 Jackson. 

Thomas Charles E., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R,, res 169 
Jackson. 

Thomas C. Leonard, printer Gazette Printing Co., res 138 
Jackson. 

Thomas Edward C, clerk H. N. Ward, bds Steuben House. 

Thomas Frank H. (colored), barber John Brown, bds 34 e Co- 
lumbia. 

Thomas J. B., fireman P., F. W. & C. R R. 

Thomas Lewis A., brakeman P., F. W. & C. R. R. , bds 138 
Jackson. 

Thomas Martin, engineer water-tank T., W. & W. Ry^ res 
Tank House. 

Thomas Michael, gunsmith, bds 60 e Columbia. 

Thomas Orion T. , printer Sentinel, res 17 Pritchard. 

Thomas Wm. M., clerk Recorder's Office, res 202 w Wayne. 

Thomas Wm. M., deputy County Recorder, res 143 w Berry. 

Thompson Albert, carpenter, bds 70 Dawson. 

Thompson Claude J., engineer, res 150 Fairfield ave. 

Thompson Cornelius, laborer, res 317 Hanna. 

Thompson Mrs. Elizabeth, res 116 Madison. 

Thompson Miss E. Jennie, dressmaker Mrs. M. A. Fletcher, 
bds 17 e Main. 

Thompson George W., moulder, bds 194 Lafayette. 

Thompson James, engineer T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Thompson John R. , finisher, res 139 Madison. 

Thompson Joseph, moulder, res 194 Lafayette. 

Thompson Miss Lottie J. , office girl Dr. S. B. Brown, res 

Broadway. 

Thompson Milo, (Lahrman & Thompson) res 55 e Berry. 

Thompson Napoleon (colored) domestic Hanna House. 

Thompson Nelson, laborer, res 114 Chicago. 

Thompson Samuel, laborer, bds 317 Hanna. 

Thompson Thomas, bds 317 Hanna. 

Thompson Mrs. Thomas, bds 50 e Washington. 

Thomson John, file-maker, res 25 Nirdlinger ave. 

Thornburg Mrs. L. A., res 60 e Wayne. 

Thornburg Wm. C, brakeman F. W., M. & C. R. R., bds 40 
Wells. 

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Thornton Charles S. , clerk Foster Bros. & Co., bds 104 Barr. 

Tliorp Oeorge B., druggist 96 Barr, res 121 Broadway. 

Thorp Mrs. Laura, res 88 Madison. 

Thorp Miss Sarah, bds 51 w Water. 

Thorp & Co., (George B. Thorp, Demetrus Cruse) hay dealers 

43 e Columbia. 
Throckmorton John A., blacksmith, res 226 e Lewis. 
Thumm Jacob, (J. C. Pfeiffer & Co.) res Goshen Road i mile n 

of city limits. 
Thurim Charles, shoemaker, res 89 w Jefferson. 
Thurman Charles W., shoemaker, res 89 w Jefferson. 
Tibbies John H. , chairmaker, res 370 Calhoun. 
Tiebold Henry, blacksmith, res 220 w Main. 
Tiede Rudolph, laborer, res 228 Lafayette. 
Tiemann Frederick, carpenter, res 57 Wall. 
Tiemann Wm., laborer, res 11 McClellan. 
Tierman T., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Tigar Thomas, res 153 e Berry. 
Tigar Wm. H. , telegraph operator, res 153 e Berry. 
Tigges Frederick, laborer, bds 177 Ewing. 
Tigges Wm., laborer, res 177 Ewing. 
Tiggimann Henry, laborer, res 300 e Wayne. 
Tiggs Mrs Catharine, res 60 w Washington. 
Tilbury W., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. « 

Tilford Lawrence P., teamster 102 Calhoun, bds Gilbert House. 
Tillman Peter, cooper, res 32 Pritchard. 
Tilton Josiah, engineer T. , W. & W. Ry. 
Timby Theodore F., sewing machine repairer 88 Calhoun, bds 

102 e Main. 
Timmis Wm., engineer, res 64 Baker. 
Tine John, mason, res 271 w Washington. 
Tinney Frances, domestic Alpheus C. Swift. 
Titus P., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Titus T., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Todd C. , plasterer, bds 47 Bass. 
Todd Mrs. Mary, res 26 w Water. 

Todd S. Clay, physician (specialist) 4 e Columbia, res same. 
Toledo, Wabash & H^estern Railway, general offices 

Toledo, Ohio; local office cor Fairfield ave and the railroad; 

freight and passenger depots s w and s e corners Calhoun and 

the railroad; J. D. Cox, President; W. L. Malcolm, general 

passenger and ticket agent; A. M. Brackenridge, agent Fort 

Wayne. See advt. 
Tompkins Daniel D. , hatter Harper & Co. , bds Gilbert House. 
Tonne Julius, laborer, res 354 e Washington. 



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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 239 

Tonne Wm., boiler-maker, bds 170 Lafayette. 

Tons Edward L. , physician s w cor Calhoun and Berry, res 248 

w Wayne. 
Tons Henry, real estate and insurance agent John Hough 32 e 

Berry, res 248 w Wayne. 
Toomey Thomas, laborer, res 3126 Wayne. 
Topp Ferdinand, mason, res e s Ohio s of Maumee. 
Torrence George K., foreman Hoffman Bros., res 235 w Wash- 
ington. 
Touhy Patrick, laborer, res 43 Melita. 
Tower R, machinist P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Tower Miss Maggie, teacher Hanna School. 
Tower Mrs. Nancy, res 96 e Wayne. 
Townes H., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Trabra Adolph W. , shoemaker, bds 72 Brackenridge. 
Trainer John W., bellows-maker Fort Wayne Organ Co., res 120 

Creighton ave. 
Trankley Soverine, cabinet-maker J. M. Miller, bds 86 Barr. 
Trarbach Charles, laborer, res s w cor Lafayette and Pontiac. 
Trarbach K., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Traub Louis, saddlery and harness 163^ Columbia, res 8 Mc- 

Clellan. 
Trauerman Isaac, (L. Dessauer & Co.) res 92 w Main. 
Traut Eugene, drayman, res 176 e Washington. 
Traut Joseph, clerk Mack Bros., res 176 e Washington. 
Trautmann Jacob, blacksmith, res s s Pontiac, e of Hoagland 

avenue. 
Trautmann John, teamster, res 120 e Wayne. 
Travelers' Accident Insurance Co.,'of Hartford, John 

Hough agent, 32 e Berry. 
Travers Patrick, conductor, bds 31 Baker. 
Treece James, laborer, res 396 Broadway. 
Treep Mrs. Anna, res 104 Barr. 

Treep Frank, cash-boy Foster Bros. & Co., res 104 Barr. 
Treep Mrs. Mary, res 104 Barr. 

Trees James, laborer, res cor Broadway and T. , W. & W. Ry. 
Tremmel Conrad, grocer 283 Hanna, res 281 Hanna. 
Tremmel John, blacksmith, res 34 Force. 
Trenam Charles, architect George Trenam, bds 162 w Main. 
Trenam George, architect 160 w Main, res 162 w Main. 
Trenkley Coelestin, (Trenkley & Scherzinger) res 106 w Wash- 
ington. 
Trenkley & ISclierzinger, (Coelstin Trenkley, Primus 
Scherzinger) watchmakers and jewelers Soj4 Calhoun. See 
advt. 



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240 POLK, MURPHY & CO'S 

Trentman Anthony, clerk, res 72 w Wayne. 
Trentman August C, (B. Trentman & Son, res 10 w Water. 
Trentman Bernard H., (Wolke & Trentman) res 151 e Wayne. 
Trentman Henry J., (H. J. Trentman & Bro.) res 124W Wayne. 
Trentman Herman J., bill-clerk H. J. Trentman & Bro., res 72 

w Wayne. 
Trentman John H., book-keeper B. Trentman & Son, bds Main 

Street Exchange. 
Trentman John H., traveling salesman Trentman, Monning & 

Son, bds 1516 Wayne. 
Trentman J., blacksmith, P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Trentman B. <& ISon., (Bernard and August C.) whole- 
sale grocers 56 & 58 Calhoun. 
Trentman H. J. & Bro., (Henry J. and August C.) 

crockery and glassware 24 e Columbia. See back cover. 
Trentman, Monning^ & ISon, (August C. Trentman, 

Henry and John B. Monning) coffee, spice and mustard 

mills 59 e Main. See advt. 
Trenton Barney, clerk, res in Wells. 
Trepra Edward, laborer, res 72 Brackenridge. 
Treseler Henry, plasterer, res 152 Ewing. 
Tresselt Charles, (Tresselt & Both) res 88 e Jefferson. 
Tresselt Christian, (Hoagland & Tresselt) res 55 e Jefferson. 
Tresselt & Both, (Charles Tresselt, Theodore Both) china and 

glassware 39 Columbia. 
Treuchet Celestine, wagon-maker, res 172 Hanna. 
Treuchet Frank, laborer, res 42 Lasselle. 
Trexler Dr. Lesher, res 30 Madison. 
Trier Henry, Street Commissioner, res 1 1 1 w Water. 
Trift John, well-digger, res 22 Calhoun. 
Trimble Christian, domestic C. W. Jacobs. 
Trimble Jackson M., conductor P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 96 

e Lewis. 
Trimble Samuel, carpenter, res 96 e Lewis. 
Tritschler John P., file-cutter, ras 287 w Main. 
Trott Rudolph, wood-turner, res 125 Harrison. 
Trout John F., clerk, bds 97 Montgomery. 
Troutman Frederick, baker Wolke & Trentman, res 81 w 

Washington. 
Trowbridge Addison, teamster, res 122 e Wayne. 
Trubeck Mrs. Ann, res 15 Houch. 
Trussel George, laborer, res 158 Montgomery. 
Tucker Wm., fireman T., W. & W. Ry, bds 126 Williams. 
TuU Edward, machinist, bds 4 Melita. 
Tummel Dietrick, tailor, bds 91 e Washington. ■ 

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Mauufacturer,'^ of and Wholesale and Uflail Dealos in 

Cloths, Satinets, Jeans,Tweeds, Flannels, Blankets, 

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Manufacturers of 



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Cigars, Plug Tobacco, &c. 

]Vo. 0« CALHOUJV ST., 

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T. K. BRACKENBIDGE & CO. 

[Successors to Mason Bros. & Co..] 
MANUFACTURERS OF 

COOPERS' TEESS HOOPS 

ALL WORK TVARRANTfiD FIRST-CLASS. 

Orders by Mail promptly attended to. P. 0. Cox 99. 

194: Calhoun Street, 

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Old pictures can be enlarged and colored, or woiked in crayon with 

accuracy. Large Photographs in Oil, Crayon, India Ink 

and Water Colors Negatives preserved. 

Prices Reasonable. 

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J-. B. HILH. & CO., 

NEW YORK GROCERY, 

UEALEUS IN 

Staple and Fancy Groceries, 

CANNED FRUITS, MEATS, CANDIES & PROVISIONS, 

No. 82 Calhoun Street, 

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Also, Dealer iu all kinds of 

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130 Calhoun Street, 

Model Maker and Repairer of^ 

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of Mueical [nstrumenls. j 

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Manufactuier and Dealer in 

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Cor. Columbia and Barr Sts. j * wJ\il VV A 1 1N£I. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 24 T 

Tummel Richard, tailor N. B. Young & Co., res 91 e Wash- 
ington. 

Tunison Mrs. Naomi Y., res 75 Baker. 

Tunison William, conductor, res 75 Baker. 

Turner Mrs. Ann, res 133 Barr. . 

Turner Henry, machinist, bds 133 Barr. 

Turner John, machinist, res 44 Webster. 

Turner Levi, clerk, res 89 w Water. / 

Turner Miss Sarah J., saleslady Root & Company, bds Sturgis 
House. 

Turner W., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Turner Wm. H., laborer, res 377 Lafayette. 

Tyler Mrs. Catherine, res 142 w Wayne. 

Tyler Daniel, furniture-maker Nelson Wheeler. 

Tyler Frederick, machinist, res 266 w Wayne. 

Tyler Frederick G., salesman Ccombs & Co., bds Robinson 
House. 

Tyler James, carpenter, res 28 Brandriff. 

Tyler John L., teacher of penmanship city public schools, 
office 20 Burgess Block, bds Robinson House. 

Tyler J. A., traveling salesman Meyer Bros. & Co., bds Rob- 
inson House. 

Tyler M. C, clerk, bds 219 Lafayette. 

Tyler Theodore B. , printer, bds Robinson House. 

Tyler Wm., bds 266 w Wayne. 

Tyrrell Frank, machinist T., W. & W. Ry, bds 173 Griffith. 

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Udden Joseph, res 38 John. 

Uebelhoer Frederick, plasterer, res 44 Lavina. 

Uebelhoer Philip, boot and shoe maker 68 e Main, res same. 

Uhlenboke W. , laborer P. , F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

UUenhake Sophie, domestic John B. Comstock. 

Ulm Joseph, laborer, res n e cor Walnut and Oakley. 

Uluian Benedict, dry goods 100 Barr, res same. 

Umbaugh Jessie, domestic Aveline House. 

Underhay John, foreman J. C. Wilmot, res 117 e Wayne. 

Underbill Francis W., (Underbill & Congdon) res 87 Wilt. 

Underbill Phineas S., (Underbill & Smith) res 340 w Jefferson. 

Underbill Wm. R., traveling salesman Carnahan, Skinner & 
Co., bds Exchange Hotel. 

IJnderhill & Congdon, (Francis W. Underbill, J. Ed- 
ward Congdon) marble and granite works 185 Broadway. 
See advt. 

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Underbill & iSmith, (Phineas S. Underbill, Elliot Smith) 

marble and granite works 74 w Main. See advt. 
Underwriters' Fire Ins. Agency, D. C. Fisher, agent, 

32 e Berry. 
Unganer G., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Ungemach J. Henry, professor of music Concordia College, 

res 196 Barr. 
Unger Andrew, laborer, res 92 Wilt. 
linger Frederick, tinsmith, res 218 e Washington. 
Unger Gottlieb, laborer, res 46 w Washington. 
Ungerer George, laborer, res s s Cherry w of Broadway. 
United iStates £xpress Co., office 28 e Main, Calvin L. 

Smith, manager. 
United states I^ife Ins. Co., of New York City, Irwin 

& Lumbard, agents, 36 Calhoun. 
Updegraff Emanuel M., carpenter S. S. Smick, bds Summit 

City House. 
Updegraff Mrs. H., bds 34 Douglass ave. 
Updegraff John, laborer, res 14 Maiden Lane. 
Updegraff Miss Josephine, teacher, bds 34 Douglass ave. 
Updegratf Miss Sarah, teacher, res 34 Douglass ave. 
Uplegger Charles, policeman, res 146 Broadway. 
Uplegger Charles, boiler-maker T., W. & W. Ry. 
Uplegger Julia, domestic Mrs. F. Nirdlinger. 
Upinger F., carpenter Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Vail Mrs. Matilda, boarding house 42 Melita. 

Valroff Julia, domestic Mrs. E. C. Hedekin. 

Valtemot Louis, grainer, res 259 e Lewis. 

Van Allen John, stave-jointer, bds 120 w Water. 

VanAlstine Mrs. Ellen, res 99 e Berry. 

TanAlstine I>r. Franklin, livery feed and sale stable 

32 Barr, res 99 e Berry. See advt. 
VanGeison Mrs. Margaret, res n s Creighton ave bet Webster 

and Hoagland ave. * 
VanPatten P. H., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
VanSteel Amos, res 47 Holman. 
VanSteel William, laborer, res 97 Lasselle. 
VanVoorhis Frank, asst agt Phoenix Ins. Co., of New York, 

bds Aveline House. 
Vaughan Wm. B. , bartender John Kready, res 26 w Main. 
Vaughan Henry, butcher, res 186 w Main. 
Vaugier X., res 12 Sturgis. 

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Cor. Harrison and Pearl Sfs., Ft. Wayne, Inil. 



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OF ALL DISEASES 



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Shoeing for all Diseases of Horses' Feet, such as Corns. Contracted Feet, 
Q,uit.ters, Sand Cracks, etc., will be attended to by thi; most scientific 
workmeu and executed with neatness and dispatch, on the most improved 
principles of Veterinary practice. 

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in the latest and most approved styles. 

75 Calhoun St., - FORT WAYNE, INJ), 

JOSEPH L. POTTER, 

Carpenter, Contractor, 

ALSO, RETAIL LUMBER YARD. 

All Contracts Exented with Skill and Dispatch. 

124 WEST MAIN ST., 

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Vaun Wm., (colored) brakeman T., W. & AV. Ry, bds 68 

Barr. 
Vazelle Peter, laborer T., W. & W. Ry. 
Veith Frank, baggagemaster, res 265 e Wayne. 
Veith Louis, boatman, res 265 e Wayne. 
Veith Peter, boatman, res 265 e Wayne. 
Veith Wm., foreman, res 265 e Wayne. 
Ven Winklemyier Henry, moulder J. C. Bowser & Co., bds 

145 Harrison. 
Venzel Frederick, shoemaker, bds 72 Brackenridge. 
Vevia Dones, sheet iron worker Roberts & Zollinger, res 5 

Pine. 
Vevia Frank, laborer P. , F. W. & C. R. R. , res 5 Pine. 
Vildr Christian, carpenter, res 16 Nelson. 
Vincent James, cloth-finisher, res Taylor's Block. 
Vincenzo Miglionico, clerk F. Casso, bds 36 Barr. 
Violend Joseph, laborer, bds 310 Lafayette. 
Virgil Rev. Almon, res 70 George. 
Virgil Almon K., principal Fort Wayne Conservatory of 

Music, bds 234 Calhoun. 
Virgil Thomas S., physician and surgeon 70 Harrison, 

res same. 
Vizard Anthony, (Maroney & Vizard) res 23 Brandriff. 
Vizard John, blacksmith, res 14 Melita. 

Vizard Michael, boiler-maker T. , W. & W. Ry, res 19 Brandriff. 
Vizard Michael, laborer T., W. & W. Ry, bds 20 Chicago. 
Vodde Christopher, grocer 430 e Washington, res same. 
Voegle Peter, helper T. , W. & W. Ry, res 53 Walnut. 
Vogel Charles G. , (C. G. Vogel & Son) res 57 w Berry. 
Vogel Mjs. E., millinery 31 Calhoun, res 57 w Berry. 
Vogel Frank B. , (C. G. Vogel & Son) res 57 w Berry. 
Vogel C Ci.& Son,, (Charles G. and Frank B.) merchant 

tailors 29 Calhoun. 
Vogler Edward, tailor, res w s Hench s of Beck. 
Voirol Emile, clerk J. B. White, res 190 e Wayne. 
Voirol Frank, (George J. E. Mayer & Co.) res 190 e Wayne. 
Voirol Frank J., watch-maker Geo. J. E. Mayer & Co., res 190 

e Wayne. 
Volboum Henry, shoemaker, res 177 e Lewis. 
Volland Henry, carriage painter Stanley, Bieber & Co., res 279 

w Washington. 
Volland Henry, miller, res 279 w Washington. 
Vollmer Daniel, druggist 66 Calhoun, res 21 w Berry. 
Volmerdink Frederick, tailor, res 264 e Washington. 
Von Renner Waldemar, teacher, res 96 e Jefferson. 

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Vordermark Ernst, (E. Vordermark & Sons) res s s Maumee 
ave e of Glasgow. 

Vordermark Henry P., (E. Vordermark & Sons) res i6 e Wash- 
ington. 

Vordermark John W., (E. Vordermark & Sons) res E. Vor- 
dermark. 

VorderiliarkE.«& Sons., (Ernst, John W. and Henry P.) 
boots & shoes 32 Calhoun. 

Vorse John, cook railroad eating house, res 26 Holman. 

Voreer Martin, tanner, res n s Huffman w Wells. 

Wachter August, res 93 Barr. 

Waddington B. C, laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Waddington Joseph W., machinist, bds 161 Holman. 

Wade Hester, waitress Oyster Bay Restaurant, res same. 

Wade Patrick, laborer, res 292 w Jefferson. 

Wade Wellington A. , physician, res 212 Broadway. 

Wadge George, wool-sorter, res 154 Holman. 

Wadge W., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Wadham George, enginser T. , W. & W. Ry, res 3 Pine. 

Wadington B., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Wadington W., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Wagamon George, broom-maker, res w s Franklin ave n of 
Huffman. 

Wageman H. , laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Wagenhals Kev. Samuel, pastor English Trinity Luthe- 
ran church, res 54 e Wayne. 

Wagerman John, res n w cor Wells & Huffman. 

Waglin John, laborer, res 34 Taylor. 

Wagner B., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Wagner Elizabeth, domestic John Hough. 

Wagner Frank, barnman A. C. Perrin, bds Central House. 

Wagner George E., fireman, res 251 Webster. 

Wagner Henry O., dealer in drugs and medicines, 
paints, oils, &c. 54 Calhoun. See advt page 39. 

Wagner John, carpenter C. French, res 177 Jackson. 

Wagner John, section fireman F. W., M. & C. R. R., res n w 
cor Calhoun and Fourth. 

Wagnei J., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Wagner Miss Lizzie, res 127 w Wayne. 

Wagner M. E., foreman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Wagner P., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Wagner Rupert, laborer, res 133 e Lewis. 

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Wagner T., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Wagoner Austin E., carpenter, bds 132 Creighton ave. 

Wagoner Michael, (Wolf & Wagoner) res Mercer county, 
Ohio. 

Wahmhuff Wm., planer Cochrane, Humphrey & Co. 

Wahns Joseph, millwright Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Waibel P., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Waite Thomas, washing machine 29 Pearl, res same. 

Wakefield Andrew R. , moulder, bds 153 e Lewis. 

Wakerley John, carpenter alley bet Clinton and Barr, res 53 
Henry. 

Wald Nicholas, laborer, res 85 Force. 

Walda Charles, laborer, res 329 e Washington. 

Walda Frederick, tailor, res 82 Hanna. 

Walda Henry, carpenter, res 331 e Washington. 

Walda Wm., carpenter, res 216 e Wayne. 

Walda William, wheelwright, res 361 Lafayette. 

Waldman Charles, carpenter, bds Third and Railroad. 

Waldo Charles, carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop.. 

Waldo Christ, carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Waldo Mrs. Mary S. , teacher Clay school, bds 91 w Water. 

Waldschmith Peter, (L. Bender & Co.) res 56 e Main. 

Walford W. A., machinist P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Walker Andrew, laborer, res 15 Chicago. 

Walker Anthony, moulder, res 26 Buchanan. 

Walker Daniel, shoemaker C. Nill. 

Walker George, fireman T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Walker Irving, boiler-maker, bds s w cor Pontiac and Calhoun. 

Walker James, blacksmith T. , W. & W. Ry, res s e cor Fair- 
field ave and Williams. 

Wallace Frank, boiler-maker, res 140 e Lewis. 

Wallace John, boiler-maker, res 140 e Lewis. 

Wallace Mrs. Matilda, res 5 Smith. 

Wallamoth H., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Wallies Fred, cabinet-maker, res 124 Harrison. 

Wallin Charles E., photographic gallery of art 18 w Berry, res 
same. 

Wallwork Elizabeth, domestic J. K. Edgerton. 

Walpole Mrs. Susan, res 25 w Berry. 

Walsh James C, hatter J. Harper & Co., bds Gilbert House. 

Walsh Michael V., porter Aveline House. 

Waltemath Charles, policeman, res 138 e Lewis. 

Waltemath Henry, (H. Wigman & Co.) res 134 e Lewis. 

Waltemath Henry, laborer, res 43 w Lewis. 

Waltmath L., machinist P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

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Waltenmath Fred, boiler-maker Kerr Murray, bds 43 w Lewis. 

Walter Amos R., letter carrier No. 4, res 63 Wells. 

Walter Andrew, checkman, bds 16 Chicago. 

Walter Frank, bartender Dukeman & Gumpper, bds Exchange 
Hotel. 

Walter Wm. B., (Walter & Jones) res 147 Griffith. 

Walter & Jones, (Wm. B. Walter, Levi M. Jones) real es- 
tate dealers, room i McDougal's Block. See first colored fly. 

Walters David B., groceries, provisions, notions, &c. 207 
Calhoun, res same. 

Walters Frank, shoemaker, res 12 Pine. 

Walton Clinton H., train dispatcher P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 
51 Baker. 

Walton Horace B., baggagemaster G. R. & 1. R. R., bds 51 
Baker. 

Walton Joseph C, mileage clerk P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 51 
Baker. 

Wamhof Wm., machine hand, res 172 Ewing. 

Wangler Conrad D., clerk E. H. Nill & Co., bds 34 w Wash- 
ington. 

Ward Albert, fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 85 Holman. 

Ward Horatio N. , china, glass and crockery ware 48 Calhoun, 
res 233 w Berry. 

Ward James R., fireman, res 235 e Jefferson. 

Ward William, clerk T., W. & W. Ry, res n s Leith e of Cal- 
houn. 

Ward Wm. A. , brakeman, res s s Pontiac e of Calhoun. 

Ward Wm. S., bds 157 VanBuren. 

Warkner Paul, laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Warner Frank, machinist J. C. Bowser & Co. , bds Jacob Hess. 

Warner Morgan, foreman F. W. , J. & S. R. R. , res n s Huff- 
man w of Wells. 

Warrell R. S., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Warren Miss Belle, dress-maker 88 Calhoun, res same. 
See advt. 

Warren Mrs. M. S., hair goods 17 w Main, res same. 

Wartenbe Ephraim B. , sawyer, res 104 Columbia. 

Wartmyer Sophia, domestic C. L. Hill. 

Washburn Eli, (W. R. Russell & Co.) bds Hanna House. 

Wasserbeck C, laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Waterbeck Charles, laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 68 
Oakley. 

Waterhous Edward, laborer John Baker, bds Didier House. 

Waterhous John H., blacksmith John Baker, bds Didier House. 

Waters Miss Harriet, bds 141 w Water. 

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Waterman John H., engineer T., W. & W. Ry, res 210 w Jef- 
ferson, 
Waters Miss Mary E., bds 199 w Washington. 
Watertown Fire Ins. Co., of Watertown, N. Y., T. J. 

Losee, agent, room 25^ post-office building. 
Watkins Joseph, engineer T., W. & W. Ry, bds 82 Fairfield 

ave. 
Watrous George C, master mechanic F. W., M. & C. R. R., 

res 46 e Jefferson. 
Watrous Henry, machinist, res 80 Oakley. 
Watson Miss Annie E. C, matron Home of the Friendless. 
Watson Mrs. Maria, res 130 Madison. 
Watzal George, miller, bds 56 Wells. 
Waubiser John, painter, res 100 Smith. 
Waugh Edward, student, bds 295 w Wayne. 
Waugh James R. , engineer, res 459 Lafayette. 
Waverly Wm. , hostler, res 180 High. 
Waxman J., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Way G., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Wayar Benjamin, tinsmith H. DeWald, res Hoffman, Bloom- 

ingdale. 
Wayne St. Brewery, Hubach & Friedrich, proprs, 181 e 

Wayne. See advt. 
Wears Minnie, domestic A. M. Webb. 
Weatherly Hattie, domestic Sturgis House. 
Weaver Miss Carrie, milliner Mrs. J. Stiers, bds 32 Clinton. 
Weaver Charles, machinist T., W. & W. Ry. 
Weaver Mrs. Elizabeth, res 21 e Washington. 
Weaver Frank, gas-fitter, bds 86 Barr. 
Weaver John, laborer, res 275 e Wayne. 
Weaver Rachel, domestic Rev. John Woods. 
Weaver Miss Rosette, milliner Mrs. G. Stiers, bds 32 Clinton. 
Weayer Thomas P. , (colored) porter Robinson House. 
Webb Augustus M., res 234 w Wayne. 
Webb Marion A., (A. S. Evans & Co.) bds 91 e Main. 
Webber Mrs. Charlotte S., boarding house 47 Bass. 
Webber Fred, moulder Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 
Weber Adam, shoemaker L. Fortreide, res 81 Montgomery. 
Weber Andrew, laborer, res 413 Lafayette. 
Weber A. S., pattern-maker P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Weber Edward, butcher, bds Frederick Eckart. 
Weber E., blacksmith P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Weber Frank A., grocer 47 e Main, res 168 e Jefferson. 
Weber Frederick, grocer n e cor Calhoun and Maumee, res 

same. 

Qermania Life Ins. Co., N. Y., D. 0. Fisher, 32 E. Berry. 



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Weber Jacob J. , school teacher, res 43 e Wayne. 

Weber Kate, domestic Mrs. H. H. Miller. 

Weber John, machine hand Jacoby & Weigand. 

Weber John J., principal East German School, res 43 e Wayne. 

Weber Miss Lizzie, dress-maker 16 w Berry, res 308 w Jef- 
ferson, 

Webking Charles, carpenter T. Reitze & Co. , res 46 Broad- 
way. 

Webking Conrad, carpenter, res 46 Broadway s of Lavina. 

Webking Wm., fireman T. Reitze & Co., res 46 Broadway, 

Webster John, fireman T. , W. & W. Ry. 

Weckman Henry, wks spoke factory, res 322 e Wayne. 

Weckman Wm., wks spoke factory, res 322 e Wayne. 

Weed Mrs. ParmeliaM., res 168 Holman. 

Weeks John H., painter, res 134 Francis. 

Weess Nicholas, carpenter, res e s Gay near southern city 
limits. 

Wefel Frederick, res 161 High. 

Wefel Frederick, domestic Misses Hamilton. 

Wefel Henry, carpenter, bds 41 Barthold. 

Wefel John H., carpenter, res 41 Barthold. 

Wefel Wm., machinist, bds 41 Barthold. 

Wegner Theodore, laborer, res 142 Madison. 

Wehmer Mrs. Dr. G. D., res 159 e Wayne. 

Wehmer Theodore G. , traveling salesman, bds 159 e Wayne. 

Wehmhoif Rev. John, pastor St. Peter's Catholic church, res 
323 Hanna. 

Wehrs Frederick, (J. C. Pfeiffer & Co.) res 156 Wells. 

Weicart Alvina, waitress Phillips House. 

Weicart Jane, dining room girl Phillips House. 

Weidmann F., carpenter P., F. W. & C. R. R, 

Weidner Henry, butcher F. Eckart & Co., bds H. E. Linker. 

Weigand Sebastian, (Jacoby & Weigand) res 339 Lafayette. 

Weighmann Frederick, laborer, res 200 e Jefferson. 

Weigmann August, cabinet-maker J. Burkholder, bds i78Barr. 

Weigmann F., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Weih Charles, mason, bds 15 Lavina. 

Weik A., pattern-maker Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Weil Isaac, merchant, bds 261 Hanna. 

Weil Jacob, hides, etc. 76 Barr, res 261 Hanna. 

Weil Nicholas, laborer Jacoby & Weigand. 

Weimer P., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Weir John, plasterer, bds 47 Bass. 

Weis Emanuel, peddler, res n s e Berry w of Harmer. 

Weisbroot Maggie, domestic George DeWald. 

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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 249 



Weisenberger Daniel, laborer, res 46 Charles. 

Weisenberger J., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Weisenburger Benjamin, clerk Mayer House, res 13 Hood. 

Weiss Mrs. Caroline, res 140 Francis. 

Weiss Jacob, carpenter, res 172 Hanna. 

Weitzel Charles, brakeman, bds 322 Calhoun. 

Welbart W. K., engineer P., F. W. & C. R. R. -Shop. 

Welch Byron E., clerk Boltz & Ely, bds 139'Fairfield ave. 

Welch Mrs. Catherine, res 8 Colerick. 

Welch Garret, laborer, res 71 Holrnan. 

Welch George W., meat marked n e cor Fairfield ave and 

Williams, res 139 Fairfield ave. 
Welch Hugh, laborer, bds 29 Walnut. ^ 

Welch John, laborer, res 27 Brandriff. 
Welch John, laborer, res 29 Walnut. 
Welch John H. , (Welch & Baker) res n e cor Creighton and 

Hoagland aves. 
Welch Mary, domestic A. D. Brandriff. 
Welch P., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Welch Winnie, domestic John D. Olds. 
Welch & Baker, (John H. Welch, John Baker) tinware 184 

Calhoun. 
Welchlein John, laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 44 Taylor. 
Weldon Frank R. , book-keeper, res 64 Brackenridge. 
Weldon J. E., clerk P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Welker Daniel, shoemaker, bds 64 Douglass. 
Welker Daniel, sr. , tailor, res 48 Douglass. 
Welker Henry, cabinet-maker, res 59 Wall. 
Welker John H., carpenter, res 59 Wall. 
Welker Rosine, domestic Wm. W. Fisk. 
Welleman Henry, carpenter Cochrane, Humphrey & Co. 
Weller John, meat market 42 Wells, res same. 
Welling F., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Welling John, laborer Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 
Wellmann Frederick, laborer, res 112 Jackson. 
Wellmann Henry, carpenter, res 247 w Washington. 
Wells Miss Almira, bds 177 Barr. 
Wells Charles, ( C. M. Wells & Co.) res 2 Madison. 
Wells George R., harness-maker Hilt & Co., res 6 n Cass. 
Wells Harvey, printer Sentinel ofiice, res 227 e Jefferson. 
Wells Hiram A., (C. M. Wells & Co.) res St. Louis, Mo. 
Wells John, blacksmith N. G. Olds & Sons. 
Wells Judson, carpenter, bds 70 Madison. 
Wells Mrs. Maria, res n s Dewald bet Webster and Hoagland 

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Wells Miss Nancy, bds s e cor Butler and Webster. 

Wells Miss Ruth M., bds 177 Barr. 

Udells C. M. & Co., (Charles M. & Hiram A. Wells) feed 
store 45 Columbia. 

Wellenstein Rudolph A., professor of music Fort Wayne Con- 
servatory of Music, res 20 e Washington. 

Welsh Columbias, bolt-pilerSchnelker, Beugnot & Co., bds n w 
cor Broadway and Nirdlinger ave. 

Welsh James, hatter, bds Gilbert House. 

Welsh Patrick, blacksmith 75 e Water, res same. 

Welsh Mrs. Mary J., res 127 Francis. 

Welsheimer John M., medical student G. W. Bowen, bds 189 
Madison. 

Welten John, machinist, res 38 Butler. 

Wendelen Henry, cooper Ranke, Yergens & Co., res e Wash- 
ington. 

Wendt Wm. , shoemaker, bds 58 Pritchard. 

Weninger Frederick, shoemaker, res 72 Brack enridge. 

Wenninghoff Christian, cigars and tobacco 148 Calhoun, res 
same. 

Wenninghoff George, cigar-maker, bds 148 Calhoun. 

Wenninghoff Rudolph, cigar-maker, res s s Dewald w of Cal- 
houn. 

Wente J., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Wentworth Oliver M., engineer, res 160 Taylor. 

Wenzel Frederick, shoemaker, res n w cor Webster and Brack- 
enridge. . 

Wersha Peter, laborer, res 174 Jackson. 

Werckmeister John C, salesman B. Trentman & Son., bds 79 
w Main. 

Werkmann Philip, laborer, res n s Huffman w of Wells. 

Werlman Jacob, fireman, res 133 Madison. 

Werner Frank, machinist, bds Philip J. Hess. 

Wery John H., laborer, res 132 Williams. 

Wesner Augustus, engineer, res s w cor Cherry and Elm. 

Wessel John, grocer 397 Lafayette, res 401 Lafayette. 

Wessee J., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Wesson Frederick, laborer, res 72 Wilt. 

West John W., carpenter, res 373 e Washington. 

Westcott Daniel L., sewing machines 248 Calhoun, res 202 
Fairfield ave. 

Westcott Robert, machinist, res 202 Fairfield ave. 

Western Union Telegrapb Office, Charles H. Cur- 
rier, manager, 6 e Berry. 

Westfor Frederick, laborer, res 131 Madison. 

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Westrumb Henry C F., notary and general collecting 
agent and constable, res 452 e Wayne. 

Wethers George M., fireman T., W. & W. Ry. 

Wetta Christian, carpenter, res 27 Charles. 

Wetter Philip, blacksmith, bds 69 Columbia. 

Wetz Isaac, detective, res 93 Montgomery. 

Wetzel G., mechanic Peters' Box Factory. 

Whalon Frank, cabinet-maker, res 253 e Lewis. 

Whalon Mrs. Johanna, res 9 Bass. 

Whalon John, brass moulder T., W. & W. Ry. 

Whan Joseph, millwright, res 80 Brackenridge. 

Whan Manly, printer, bds 80 Brackenridge. 

Wheatfield Henry, laborer Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Wheeler Charles, laborer, res 93 Ewing. 

Wheeler John, fireman, res n s St. Francis bet Cass and La- 
fayette. 

Wheeler John R., painter L. O. Hull, res n s w Water n of the 
canal. 

Wlieeler ]K^eIsoii, furniture mnfr 159 w Main, res 266 w 
Wayne. See advt. 

Whinery John, machinist, res 4 Melita. 

Whinery Joseph, engineer, res 72 Wallace. 

Whinery Robert, huckster, res e s John s of St. Francis. 

Whitaker Kate, tailoress, res 130 w Main. 

Whitbeck James, fireman, bds 402 Calhoun. 

Whitbeck R. M., fireman T., W. & W. Ry. 

White Charles, brakeman, bds 59 Grand. 

White David P., deputy Recorder's office, bds Hamilton House. 

White Frank, wks N. G. Olds & Sons. 

White George, domestic Henry McKinnie. 

White George B., jr., book-keeper Shordon & Swann, bds 24 w 
Berry. 

White James, fireman, bds 4 Kansas. 

White James B., Fruit House & Great Western Tea De- 
pot II w Berry, res 60 Barr. 

White John, traveling agent, res 210 w Wayne. 

White John L, sec'y Bass Foundry &: Machine Works, res cor 
Wayne and VanBuren. 

White William, engineer, res 21 Pine. 

White W., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

White Wm. J., tailor N. B. Young & Co., bds Robinson House. 

White , book-keeper Prouty & Shordon, bds 24 w Berry. 

Whitehead Arthur, engineer, res 316 Calhoun. 

Whitehead John G., wood dealer rear 70 w Water, res same. 

Whitesett J. H., machinist, bds Harmon House. 



Hanover Ins. Co., of N. Y., D. G. Fisher, Ag't, 32 £. Berry, 



252 POLK, MURPHY & CO's 

Whiteley Thomas, clothes cleaner and renovater 52 w Main, res 
same. 

UTiite Star ISteainship I^ine, John Hough & D. C. 
Fisher, agents, 32 e Berry. 

Whiting Almon, book-keeper, bds 65 Melita. 

Whitting John, tinsmith, res 87 Holman. 

Whitman H., machinist P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Whitney Washington I., engineer T., W. & W. Ry, res 99 w 
Washington. 

Whitney W. J., engineer T., W. & W. Ry. 

Whitrock John, laborer Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 

Whitsitt James H., machinist, res 71 Butler. 

Whittles Joab, machinist, res n s Leith e of Calhoun. 

Whman Barney, laborer, res e s Wayne n of Hannah. 

Wibel Blesidas, laborer, res 226 w Jefferson. 

Wichmann Ferdinand, tailor, res 27 College. 

Wickey Martin, beer deliverer, bds 75 Harrison. 

Widde Wm., laborer, bds 197 Ewing. 

Wiebke Henry, grocer 92 Barr, res same. 

Wiegmann Wm., blacksmith Fort Wayne Steel Plow Co., res 
403 w Main. 

Wiedelman William, carpenter and contractor 103 Mau- 
mee, res same. See advt. 

Wiedmann Frederick, laborer, res 187 Griffith. 

Wiegmann Frederick, sweeper, res 200 e Jefferson. 

Wieman Annie, domestic C. Wenninghofif. 

Wieman Win., confectionery and restaurant 11 e Main, 
res same. 

Wiemeyer Wm. F. , book-keeper Merchants' National Bank, bds 
Robinson House. 

Wieneke Frederick, shoemaker, res 283 w Jefferson. 

Wieneke Henry, collar-maker Miller & Boerger, res 283 w Jef- 
ferson. 

Wiesh Isaiah D., book-keeper the Singer M'f 'g Co., bds An- 
derson House. 

Wietfeldt Henry, laborer, res s s Allen w of Calhoun. 

Wietmann Michael, laborer, res 72 Oakley. 

Wigmann Augustus, cabinet-maker, bds 178 Barr. 

Wigmann Henry, carpenter, bds 178 Barr. 

Wigman Henry, (H. Wigman & Co.) res 136 e Lewis. 

Wigman H. & Co. , (Henry Wigman, Henry Waltemoth) bakers 
and grocers 199 & 201 Lafayette. 

Wike Adam, pattern-maker, res 263 e Washington. 

Wikstran G., laborer P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Wilbert Wm. R., engineer, bds 50 Melita. 

Phenix Insurance Co., Brooklyn, Irwin &Lumbard, Agents. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 253 

Wilcox Isaac, (Long & Wilcox) res 14 w Jefferson. 

Wilcox Lester, carpenter, res 323 Calhoun. 

Wild Edmund, wood yard s s of Water e of Calhoun, res city 
limits. 

Wild John, laborer J. W. Smith & Son. 

Wild Thomas, laborer, bds E. Wild. 

Wild Wm., candle-maker, bds 28 w Main. 

Wilder George W., clerk 102 Calhoun, bds s w cor Lafayette e 
Wayne. 

Wilding James, plasterer, res 260 w Wayne. 

Wilding James W., plasterer, bds 260 w Wayne. 

Wiley Mrs. S. J., res 118 Barr. 

Wiley Thomas M., carpenter, res 154 Clay. 

Wilhelm Johann Heinrich, laborer, res s s alley bet Wessel. 

Wilkening Gottlieb^ carpenter, res 30 Lavina. 

Wilkins Christopher, meat-market 112 Broadway, res 116 Broad- 
way. 

Wilkins Lizzie, domestic Sigmond Redelsheimer. 

Wilkinson Frank, (Wilkinson Bros.) bds Central Hotel. 

Wilkinson George, cloth-finisher, bds Hedekin House. 

Wilkinson Henry W., attorney at law 32 e Berry, res s s Beck e 
of Sherman, Bloomingdale. 

Wilkinson John, (Wilkinson Bros.) res 89 n Cass. 

Wilkiiisou Bros., (Frank and John) saloon 77 Calhoun. 

Wilks Nathan, dry goods 74 Barr, res same. 

Will John, carriage-maker, res 52 Charles. 

Will John, machine hand N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Will Thomas H., blacksmith, res 117 Butler. 

Willbrook Henry, laborer, res 24 Clark. 

Willcuts Mrs. Tisha, bds 152 e Washington. 

Willemburg Frank, painter, res 15 Oak. 

Willetts Isaac, boarding house, 231 Barr. 

William Miss Kate, domestic Mrs. J. Hierman. 

Williams A. L., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Williams Edward P., (Meyer Bros. & Co.) res 61 w Berry. 

Williams Effiingham T., (George DeWald & Co.) bds Sturgis 
House. 

Williams Evans, tailor, bds Robinson House. 

Williams George, clerk Farmers' Exchange. 

Williams George, bds Hedekin House. 

Williams Henry M. , (Beaver, Miller & Co.) res 102 w Wayne. 

Williams Jeremiah, drayman, res 39 Grand. 

Williams Jesse L., (Allen Hamilton & Co.) res 96 w Wayne. 

Williams John, laborer T., W. & W. Ry. 

Williams John A., helper T., W. & W. Ry, res 82 Baker. 

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254 POLK, MURPHY & CO'S 



Williams tfohn HE., carriage and wagon mnfr 149 w Main, 

res same. See advt. 
Williams John O., (Wooster, Williams & Co.) res 278 w Berry. 
Williams Samuel, clerk Exchange Hotel. 
Williams Thjomas, cutter M. E. Woodward, res 253 w Berry. 
Williams Zepheniah, brakeman, bds 39 Grand. 
Williamson John, coppersmith, res 37 Langohr. 
Williard Mrs. Rachael R., res 45 Madison. 
Willis Caleb, foreman organ factory, bds w s Fairfield ave near 

city limits. 
Wills John C, fireman T. , W. & W. Ry, res 107 Fairfield ave. 
Wills William, draughtsman Kerr Murray. 

liVillsoii Henry F"., attorney at law, insurance agent and 
notary public, also solicitor of patents, branch office J. T. Lo- 
see, 112 Broadway, res 180 w Jefferson. 
liVilmot James C, city paint store 14 Clioiton, paint shop 

ID Clinton, res 223 av Wayne. 
Wilson Alexander, gas fitter, bds 106 Barr. 
Wilson Andrew, lather, bds Harmon House. 
Wilson Charles H., foreman, res 13 Monroe. 
Wilson Dixon, restaurant 26 Clinton, res same. 
Wilson Gains, (Wilson & Bro.) bds n s Creighton ave bet Web- 
ster and Hoagland ave. 
Wilson George, (Wilson & Bro.) res n s Creighton ave bet Web- 
ster and Hoagland ave. 
Wilson George H., (Wilson & Muhler) res 221 w Berry. 
Wilson Israel?., wood dealer, res 222 w Washington. 
Wilson Judson, bds 41 Lavina. 
Wilson J. Leroy, fireman, bds 234 Lafayette. 
Wilson Oscar J., book-keeper T. , W. & W. Ry, res 217 w 

Wayne. 
Wilson Richard, restaurant 36 e Columbia. 
Wilson Robert, carder and spinner, res 13 Monroe. 
Wilson Wm., clerk, bds 103 w Main. 

Wilson Wm., conductor F. W. M. & C. R. R., res 120 Clinton. 
Wilson Wm. C. , clerk Recorder's office, res 41 w Lavina. 
Wilson Wm. W., clerk Rohs, Eme & Reinking, bds 103 e 

Wayne. 
Wilson & Bro., (George and Gaiss) saw mnfrs 178 Calhoun. 
Wilson &, lluliler, (George H. Wilson, Charles F. Muh- 
ler) stoves and tinware and galvanized iron cornices (old 81) 
27 e Columbia. See inside front cover. 
Wilson Samuel, white-washer, res 64 Barthold. 
Wilt John, res 306 Calhoufi. 
Wilther Frederick, piano-maker, res 138 Broadway. 

All Kinds of Fancy and Domestic Dry Groods, at Orff 's. 



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Windell G., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Wineke Wm., spooler David Hoesch, res 283 Jefferson. 

Wing Smith, well-digger, res 199 Barr. 

Wingart Henry M., sawyer Hoffman Bros., res 278 w Jefferson. 

Wingate John, laborer, res 13 John. 

Winger Hans H., cabinet-maker, res 145 Henry. 

Winget Wm., engineer, res 114 Creighton ave. 

Winkelmeyer Lizzie, domestic Jacob Becker. 

Winkleman Frank, mechanic Peters' Box Factory. 

Winklemeyer Wm., moulder J. C. Bowser & Co., bds Henry 
Myer. 

Winninger Frederick, shoemaker Patrick Woulfe. 

Winslow Isaac, res 122 w Washington. 

Winslow Mrs. Susan, laundress, res 66 Wallace. 

Winte John D., laborer, res 342 Calhoun. 

Winters John, cigar-maker G. Reiter & Co., bds 86 e Main. 

Winters John W. , engineer T., W. & W. Ry, bds 126 WilHams. 

Winters Lizzie, domestic Joseph Bracht 33 Butler. 

Winters Mary, domestic Rufus M. French. 

Wipart John Michael, carpenter, res s s Huffman wof Wells. 

Wirrickjohn, brakeman P., F. W. & C. R. R., bds 219 La- 
fayette. 

Wirth Adam, laborer, res 75 High. 

Wise Aaron F., room 22 w Columbia. 

Wise Charles P., book-keeper Huestis & Hamilton, res 228 w 
Berry. 

Wise Isaac B., laborer, res 151 e Jefferson. 

Wise Piatt J., deputy Sheriff, res 228 w Berry. 

Wise Wm. M., hackman J. S. Barr, res e s Court s Main. 

Wisel Otis W. , Hoffman Bros., res 107 w Main. 

Wisell David D. , (Wisell & Austin) res 309 w Jefferson. 

Wisell & Austin, (David D. Wisell, Thomas B. Austin) 
dentists 126 Columbia. See inside front cover. 

Wisemantle Frank, cigar-maker, bds 23 w Lewis. 

Wisemantle Peter J., stone-cutter, res 114 Jackson. , 

Wisemer Nicholas, res 112 Creighton ave. 

Wishart Robert, helper T., W. & W. Ry. 

Wisher Robert, laborer, res 24 Williams. 

Wisong Harvey, conductor, res 44 Williams. 

Wiss I. , carpenter P. , F. W. & C. R. R. 

Withers Warren H., (Morris & Withers) res ^ mile n of city 
limits. 

Witle C. , carpenter P. , F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Witman Ulrich, laborer, res 347 Lafayette. 

Witte Frederick, teamster, res 57 w Lewis. 



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256 POLK, MURPHY & CO'S 



Witter L., helper P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Witter Wm., (Kanning & Co.) res 82 Barr. 

Witterly Gottlieb, wks Trentman, Monning & son, res 117 

, Butler. 

Wittock John, laborer, res 168 Holman. 

Wohlford R. Wm., machinist T., W. & W. Ry, res 36 Col- 

erick. 
Wohnker Frederick, drayman, res 209 e Washington. 
Wolf Abraliam, meat-market 10 w Main, res 73 w Main. 
Wolf Charles, baggage master, res 86 Montgomery. 
Wolf Daniel, (Wolf & Wagoner) res 25 Barr. 
Wolf Mrs. Dorothy, bds 36Nirdlinger ave. 
Wolf Edmund F., carpenter, bds 25 Broadway. 
Wolf James M. . res 162 Montgomery. 
Wolf J. L., blacksmith P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 
Wolf Leopold, with A. Wolf, bds 73 w Main. 
Wolf Mary, clerk George Fox, bds 25 e Main. 
Wolf Michael, teamster, res 16 Madison. 
Wolf Paul, (Wolf & Kettler) res 170 Lafayette. 
Wolf& Kettler, (Paul Wolf, Wm. Kettler) upholsterers 76 

Clinton. 
Wolf & Wagoner, (Daniel Wolf, Michael Wagoner) props 

Hedekin House 25 Barr. 
Wolfe Richard, policeman, res s w cor Webster and Melita. 
Wolff Mrs Elizabeth, res 259 e Washington. 
Wolff Heiiry, mnfr of boots and shoes 75 Calhoun, res s 

w cor Cass and Fifth. See advt. 
Wolff John, laborer, bds 361 Lafayette. 
Wolff Joseph, wks N. G. Olds & Sons. 
Wolford R. W., machinist T., W. & W. Ry. 
Wolford Wm. ,A.. machinist, res 390 Hanna. 
WolTce Miss Eliza C, bds Mayer House. 
Wolke Francis H., (Wolke & Trentman) bds Mayer House. 
Wolke Frederick, carpenter, res 21 Force. 
Wolke Miss Ursula A., bds Mayer House. 
Wolke & Trentman, (Francis H. Wolke, Bernard H. 

Trentman) candy mnfrs 100 Calhoun. 
Woltmann Benedict, saloon 138 Calhoun, res same. 
Wood C. H., res 13 Monroe. 

Wood Isaac, machinist T. , W. & W. Ry, res 88 Chicago. 
Wood Miss Jennie, teacher, res cor Union and Water. 
Wood Joseph, laborer T., W. & W. Ry. 
Wood Miss Laura, res 59 Wilt. 

Wood Wm. S., picture frames 142 Calhoun, bds Central Hotel. 
Woodruff G., wks N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Continental Ins. Co., N. Y., Irwin & Lumbard, Agents. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 257 

Woods Rev. Joliu, pastor Third Presbyterian church, res 

19 Madison. 
Woodward Marcus E., merchant tailor 46 Calhoun. 
Woodworth B. S. , physician and surgeon 54 Calhoun, res 234 

w Berry. 
Woodworth Charles, brakeman, bds 330 Calhoun. 
Woodworth Charles P., clerk Meyer Bros. & Co., res 234 w 

Berry. 
Wcodworth D. August, asst. postmaster, res 109 Lafayette. 
Woodworth James C, asst. cashier Fort Wayne National Bank, 

res 224 w Wayne. 
Woodworth Miss Jennie A., teacher, res 109 Lafayette. 
Woodworth Mrs. Mary, laundress, res 26 Melita. 
Woodworth Robert, machinist, bds 20 Chicago. 
Wooff Joseph F. , machinist, res 150 e Jefferson. 
Woolinger Christ, fireman, bds 359 w Main. 
WooUey Miss Emma M. , bds 189 w Washington. 
Woolsey Hiram B., foreman, res 157 w Berry. 
Woolsey Isaac B., carpenter, res 115 Barr. 
Wooster Wm. F., (VVooster, Williams & Co.) res Elyria Ohio. 
Wooster, Williams & Co. , (Wm. F. Wooster, John O. Williams) 

druggists 40 Calhoun. 
Worch Hugo, printer Indiana Volksfreund, bds 78 w Main. 
Worcli Rudolpli, editor and proprietor Indiana Volks- 
freund, Nill's Block, 82 Calhoun, res 78 w Main. 
Worden James L., judge Supreme Court, res 99 e Jefferson. 
Work Robert, farmer, res 28 Charles. 
Workman Belle, (colored) domestic Mrs. Susan Walpole. 
Worrell James A., confectionery 76 Calhoun, res same. 

See advt. 
Worrell Mrs. Mary, res 76 Calhoun. 
Worry Amelia, waitress Gilbert House. 
Wort John M., foreman Fort Wayne Gas Light Co., res 125 e 

Main. 
Worthington Edward F., conductor bds Robinson House. 
Worthington W. W., supt. F. W., M. & C. R. R., res 160 w 

Washington. 
Woulfe James, (J. Woulfe & Bro.) bds 36 Calhoun. 
Woulfe Michael, (J. Woulfe & Bro.) res 36 Calhoun. 
Woulfe Patrick, boots and shoes 268 Calhoun, res same. 
Woulfe J. & Bro., (James and Michael) grocers 266 Calhoun. 
Woy George, engineer P., F. AV. & C. R. R, res 6 Bass. 
Wien Joseph, boarding house 49 Baker. 

Wright Alfred L. , salesman Coombs & Co., bds Hanna House. 
Wright Charles, fireman, res 313 Harrison. 



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258 POLK, MURPHY & CO'S 



Wright Charlotte E., domestic George E. Stevens. 

Wright George H., bill clerk, res 70 Madison. 

Wright Horace, laborer, res 192 e Jefferson. 

Wright John H., laborer, res 407 e Lewis. 

Wright J., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 

Wright Kate, domestic Hanna House. 

Wright Luther, carpenter T., W. & W. Ry, res 65 Douglass 

ave. 
Wright Mary E. , domestic E. B. Smith, 
Wright Robert M., principal High school, res 46 McClellan. 
Wright Wm. , carpenter, res 50 Wall. 
Wright William, conductor, res 64 Williams. 
Wrightson C, fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Wymer Peter, laborer, res 1 00 Madison. 



Yaeger August, carpet-weaver, res 220 w Main. 

Yanard August, res 103 w Water. 

Yates John, switchman, res e s Calhoun s of Collins. 

Yates William, laborer T. , W. & W. Ry, res 4 Bass. 

Yenny G., laborer N. G. Olds & Sons. 

Yergens August H., painter L. O. Hull, bds Robinson House. 

Yergens Wm., (Ranke, Yergens & Co.) res 87 w Washington. 

Yergens Wm., machinist J. C. Bowser & Co., bds 178 Barr. 

Yobst Bruno, cooper, res 85 n Cass. 

Yobst Emmet, meat-market s e cor Lafayette and Wallace, res 
same. 

Yoderenott Frederick, laborer, res 187 Griffith. 

Yohey Joseph M., traveling salesman North Western Pa- 
per Co., res 19 Minor. 

Yohn Isaac L., boiler-maker, bds 144 e Lewis. 

Yohns T., boiler-maker P., F. W. & C. R. R. Shop. 

Yokel Matthias, laborer, res 32 Henry. 

Yopst Alexander, laborer, res s s Douglass w of Wessel. 

York Cyrus T., baggageman, res 315 Harrison. 

Youks Christopher, laborer, res s s Railroad w of Maumee. 

Young Charles, carpenter, res 80 Oakley. 

ITouug Edwin E., fruit, oysters, butter and eggs 36 w 
Main. See advt. 

Young Elizabeth, domestic Mrs. Eliza Beegan 6 Kansas. 

Young Esie, domestic Joshua Holmes x8 Gay. 

Young John, res 32 Hood. 

Young Lewis, laborer, res 191 Jackson. 

Young Lewis, well-digger, res 58 Douglass. 

Fancy Goods, the Largest Stock, at 0. Orff & Oo s. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 259 

Young Mrs. Mattie, bds 38 McClellan. 

Toung Men's Christian Association, Hamilton Hall 
building, W. H. Cottingham, sec'y. 

Young Nathaniel B., (N. B. Young & Co.) res 222 \v Wash- 
ington. 

Young Wesley, tinner Wilson & Muhler, res 1 75 Madison. 

Young Wm., blacksmith, res 28 Hood. 

Toung Jf. B. & Co., (Nathaniel B. Young, John Fowles) 
clothing 9 e Main. 

Youngblood Robert N., conductor P., F. W. & C. R. R., res 
36 McClellan. 

Youtz Fritz, butcher, res 213 Lafayette. 

Yubts Matilda, waitress Gilbert House. 

Yunge August, carpet-weaver, res 361 Lafayette. 

Yung Charles, clerk, res 191 w Main. 

Yung Mrs. Johanna, res 191 w Main. 



Zahn Mrs. Catherine, res n s e Berry w of Harmer. 

Zahn John, salesman Root & Company, res s e cor Erie and 

Harmon. 
Zahn Wm. F. , laborer, res 212 e Jefferson. 
ZarambaF., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Zauner Matthias, engineer, res 35 Force. 
Zegenfus Bazzle, teamster, res 16 Clark. 
Zegenfus Charles, boiler-maker T. , W. & W. Ry. 
Zellar Wm., machine hand N. G. Olds & Sons. 
Zeller Killian, brewer, res s s alley w of Wells and n of Langohr 

and s of the canal feeder. 
Zenk John, engine-wiper, bds 33 Charles. 

Zent Morris F., clerk Irwin & Lumbard, bds Anderson House. 
Zergler Lena, domestic John A. Shoaff. 
Zieber Charles, laborer, res 69 Force. 
Ziegler Adam, wagon-maker John Baker, res 113 Wilt. 
Ziegler Lizzie, domestic C. Schmitz. 

Ziepling Christ, laborer Bass Foundry & Machine Works. 
Zimmer John G., upholsterer, res w s Miner s of Creighton ave. 
Zimmerli Theophilus, carpenter, res w s Franklin ave n of 

Beck. 
Zimmerly John W., painter, res 78 Dawson. 
Zimmerman Anthony, shoemaker 169 VanBuren. 
Zimmerman Anton, grocer 576 Main, res same. 
Zimmermann Charles, stave-cutter Fort Wayne Pail Factory, 

bds 141 Wells. 

Hamburg, Bremen, Ins. Oo., D. G. Fisher, 32 £. Berry. 



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Zimmerman David, hooper Fort Wayne Pail Factory, bds 141 

Wells. 
Zimmermann Frank E., clerk Frank Sz Thanhouser, res 194 e 

Wayne. 
Zimmermann George, shoemaker, bds 141 Wells. 
Zimmermann John, clerk Meyer Bros. & Co., res 132 Force. 
Zimmermann John, laborer, res Lafayette. 

Zimmermann John A., cabinet-maker J. M. Miller, res Francis. 
Zimmermann Joseph, miller, bds n w cor Foirth and n Harrison. 
Zimmermann Martin, clerk Meyer Bros. & Co., bds 132 Force. 
Zimmermann Mrs. Mary, dress-maker, res 130 VanBuren. 
Zimmermann Mrs. M., res 265 e Washington. 
Zimmermann Perry, traveling salesman B. Trentman & Son, 

bds Mayer House. 
Zimmermann Stephen, shoemaker, res 141 Wells. 
Zink J., fireman P., F. W. & C R. R. 
Zink R., fireman P., F. W. & C. R. R. 
Zober Lawrence, file-cutter, bds 287 w Main. 
Zollars Allen, (Zollars & O'Rourke) res 17 Brackenridge. 
Zollars Enock, railroad contractor, res 36 w Wayne. 
Zollars & O'Roiirlce, (Allen Zollars, Edward O'Rourke) 

attorneys at law, McDougal's Block, n wcor Calhoun and 

Berry. 
ZoUer George, jr., with George Zoller, sr., 13 Harrison. 
Zoller George, sr., saloon 13 Harrison, res same. 
Zoller Valentine, laborer, bds 33 Charles. 
Zollinger Cliarles A., (Roberts & Zollinger) also Mayor 

City of Fort Wayne, res 106 e Jackson. 
Zollinger L. Z., (Mesting & Zollinger) res 13 e Water. 
Zorbough E. , machinist T. , W. & W. Ry. 
Zuber Jacob, plasterer, res 65 Maumee. 



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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY, 



1874-75. 



CLllSSIFe BUSINESS OIRECTORl 



Abstracts of Title. 

Koch,Kuhne & Barton, office Court 
house 



Agricultural Implements. 

DeGroff Nelson & Co. n w cor 
Clinton and Columbia 

Shordon & Swann, 61 and 63 e Co- 
lumbia 

Smick S. S. 22 and 24 w Columbia 



Architects. 

Laubscher L. 37 Columbia 
Stophlet Joseph H. 17 Court 
Sutermeister, Becker & Bond, n w 

cor Main and Fulton 
Trenam George, 160 w Main 



Asheries. 

Butler & Kolb, n Canal e of Cal- 
houn 

Kuster & McLane, bet w Water 
and Canal 

Strassburg Christ, n s Canal e of 
Calhoun 



Attorneys-at-Lax7. 

Bittinger Adam H. n e cor Main 
and Calhoun. See front fly 

Bittinger J. R. & G. L. n s Main e 
of Calhoun 



Bloomhuff F. M. 62 Calhoun 
Bloomhufl" S. II. 62 Calhoun 
Bowser Jefferson C. 57 Clinton 
Brackenridge Joseph, 67 Burgess 

block 
Brenton Edwin L. 33 Calhoun 
Carey E. D. Aveline block 
Carson Wm. W. 29 Postoffice 

building 
Colerick David H. 22 Court 
Colerick Thomas W. 22 Court 
Colerick W. G. and H. 22 Court 
Coombs, Miller & Bell, 32 e Berry 
Crane George D. 91 w Main 
Fay James A. 6 Burgess block 
Ferguson John, 22 Court 
France Joseph S. 62 Calhoun 
Graham & Gotshall, 7 e Main 
Granger Noah, n e cor Main and 

Calhoun 
Hartman II. C. 20 w Berry 
Hayden John W. 25 Postoffice 

building 
Hayes Fred, office over Hill's mu- 
sic store, Calhoun 
Hench S. M. 17 Court 
Hovigh John, 32 e Berry 
Jenison W. T. 44 Calhoun 
Kerr W. J. n w cor Main and Cal- 
houn 
Morris & Withers, 44 Calhoun 
Newberger & Stratton, 34 e Berry 
Ninde L. M. 16 w Main 
Philley M. S. 52 Calhoun 



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POLK, MURPHY & CO's 



Purman A. A. 20 w Berry 
Randall F. P. See adv opp title p 
Randall P. A. 6 Burgess block 
Robertson R. S. n w cor Calhoun 

and Main 
Robinson Henry H. Calhoun opp 

Court house 
Ryan Daniel, 22 Court 
Sinclair S. E. 44 Calhoun 
Spencer M. V. B. 
Stahl & Hillegass, n w cor. Main 

and Calhoun 
Swayne Samuel F. office over Hill's 

music store, Calhoun 
Taylor R. S. 32 e Berry 
Wilkinson Henry W. 33 e Berry 
Wilson H. F. 112 Broadway 
Zollars & O'Rourke, McDougall's 

block n w cor Calhoun and Berry 



Auction and Commission. 

Stapleford Si Dawson, 7 e Main 



Bakers and Confectioners. 

Blase Louis, 29 w Columbia 
Brecht John, 48 Columbia 
Brown A. & Bro. n e cor Cal- 
houn and Railroad 
Glaser Edward, 195 Hanna 
Haffner C. 37 w Berry 
Jacobs C. W. 62 e Main 
Langohr A. J. 142 and 144 Broad- 
way 
Lapp & Schwartz, 88 and 90 e 

Main. See adv 
Leikof Nicholas, 209 Broadway 
Schwieters H. 41 Columbia 
Wigman H. & Co. 199 and 201 La- 
fayette 



Banks and Bankers. 

First National Bank, s e cor Court 

and Main. See adv 
Fort Wayne National Bank, s w 

cor Main and Clinton. See adv 

opp name 
Hamilton Allen & Co. 44 Calhoun 
Merchants' National, n w cor Main 

and Calhoun 



Bar°bers. 

Bauer & Michael, 17 w Main 
Brown John (col'd), 34 e Columbia 
Dempsey M. 131 Calhoun 



Fitzgibbons & Knoder, 276 Cal- 
houn 
Jordan E. H. 37 e Columbia 
Kelley W. H. no Broadway 
Kinsey Jacob J. 17 w Columbia 
Laur John, 152 Barr 
Mennweiler Herman, 271 Calhoun 
Meyers Fred C- 87 Calhoun 
Ridley J. & Co. 135 Broadway 
Schmidt & EUert, basement Ave- 

line Block 
Shidel Charles, 27 Calhoun 
Stewart Wm. 68 Barr 



Band Sa-nr Mills. 

Hoflman J. R. & Co. 200 w Main 



Basket Makers. 

Schlank Louis, 48 Columbia 



Billiard Halls. 

Adams John, 256 Calhoun 
Bronson & Randall, 10 and 12 w 

Berry 
Casso Frank, 67 e Main 
Hannum D. 83 Calhoun. See adv 
Long «& Wilcox, 74 Calhoun 



Blacksmiths. 

Brossard George, 146 w Main 
Brown John, e s Clay s of Wayne 
Ehrman Charles, 104 w Main 
Farnan Owen, n e cor Virginia and 

Lafayette 
Figel Frederick, 142 Wells 
Fogerty Edward, 14 Harrison. See 

adv 
Hahn Wm. 157 w Main 
Harter & Son, 170 w Main 
Maroney & Vizard, 41 w Main 
Spereisen J. A. n s Taylor bet Pine 

and T W & W Ry track 
Welsh Patrick, 75 e Water 



Boarding Houses. 

Cothrell Moses, 94 e Berry 
De Haven Mrs. E. 40 Wells 
Perkins Miss M. C. 24 w Berry 
Seidler Charles, 91 e Washington 



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263 



Boiler Makers. 

Bass Foundry & Machine Works, 
Hanna s of Ry crossidg. See adv 

Bowser J. C. & Co. Water bet w 
Harrison and Calhoun 



Book Binders and Blank Book 
Slanufactnrers. 

Bartruss Julius, 66 Calhoun 
Davis & Brother, 78 and 80 Clinton 



Books and Stationery. 

Jocquel Louis, 170 Calhoun 
Keil & Bro. 3 Keystone block 
Siemon & Bro. 316 Columbia 
Stockbridge Nathaniel P. 12 e Col- 
umbia 



Boots and Shoes. 

Carnahan, Skinner & Co. whole- 
sale, 30 and 32 e Main 
App Mathias, 106 Calhoun 
Beeks G. C. & Co. 4 Keystone 

block 
Bower Henrj', 321 Lafayette 
Braeuer Conrad, 20 Harrison. See 

adv 
Buuck Conrad, 154 Calhoun 
Etzold Clement, no Webster 
Foellinger Jacob, 36 Calhoun 
Fortriede Louis, 32 w Main. See 

adv 
Geye Henry, 424 e Wayne 
Helmke Edward, 182 Calhoun 
Hermsdorfer George A. 33 e Main 
Jacobs W. & Son, 17 Calhoun 
Klug Gregor, 194 Hanna 
Koester John, 160 Calhoun 
Leezer Frank, 1S9 Broadway 
Lordier Philip, 88 Calhoun 
McNulty c'i: Kayzer, 217 Lafayette 
Mannix, Thomas, 53 Columbia 
Mohr John, 64 Columbia 
Morell Charles S. 8 w Wayne 
Nill Conrad, 31 w Columbia 
Nohe Wni, 167 Broadway 
Noll Martin, 22 Clinton 
Piasno Martin, 112 Calhoun 
Pipenbrink Conrad D. 32 e Co- 
lumbia 
Schiefer C. & Son, 8 e Columbia 
Schulz Peter, 47 e Main 
Spiegel Gustave, 132 Broadway 



Stellhorn Charles, 144 Calhoun 
Tagtmeyer & Bro. 94^ Barr 
Uebelhoer Philip, 68 e Main 
Vordermark E. & Sons, 32 Calhoun 
WolJT Henry, 715 Calhoun. See adv 
Woulfe Patrick, 268 Calhoun 



Box Manufacturers. 

Peters' Box and Lumber Co. office 
102 High 



Brass Founders. 

Hattersley Alfred 43 e Main 



Bre-nrers. 

Certia & Rankert, w of Wells n of 

Langohr 
Hamerle X. & Co. 37 w Water 
Hornung Geo. 75 Harrison 
Hubach & Friedrich, 181 e Wayne 

See adv. 
Linker, Hey & Co. s w cor e Wash- 
ington and Wabash ave 
Reidmiller J. M. s e cor w Taylor 
and Eagle 



Brick Manufacturers. 

Comstock John B. s s Wabash & 
Erie canal e of Hanover. See 
adv 

Cour C. J. A. bet Hanover and 
Webster nr city limits 



Brokers. 

Lauferty Isaac, 3 Aveline block 
MacDougal John, 62 Calhoun 



Broom Makers. 

Bechtold Louis, 102 Maumee 
Gage James lic Bro. n e cor Wajme 
and Market space. See adv 



Builders. 

(See also Carpenters.) 



Burial Vaults— Marble. 

Underbill, Congdon iv: Markley, 
1S5 Broadway. See adv 

Cabinet Makers. 

(See also Furniture.) 
Tegeder Henry; 231 Calhoun 



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Candy Manufacturers. 

Wolke & Trentman, 100 Calhoun 
Heustis & Hamilton, S3 and 85 
e Columbia 



Car Wheel Manufacturers. 

Bass Foundry & Machine Works, 
Hanna s of Ry crossing Seeadv 



Carpenters, Contractors and 
Builders. 



Boester Frederick, 164 Griffith 

Boester Geo. 161 Griffith 

Boseker Christian, s w cor Main 

and Harrison 
Ehle & Sheik, 2 n Calhoun 
French Charles, 87 e Wayne 
Goshorn Jacob S. 14 Foixe 
Griffith & Potton, 152 Han-ison 
Hilgemann Ernst H. 48 Walter 
Kanne Frederick, res 85 e Columbia 
Kiefer C. & G- H. n s Lavina e of 

Broadway 
Link Geo. 236 e Jefferson 
McKay J. A. 40 Harrison 
Mason J. F. 91 William 
MoUering Wm. 81 and 82 e Colum- 
bia 
Myers Wm. H. 100 Fairfield ave 
Potter J. L. 124 w Main. See adv 
Reitze, Tobias & Co cor Fairfield 

ave and Pittsburg ry track. See 

adv 
Wakerley John, alley bet Clinton 

and Barr 
Weidelman Wm. 103 Maumee. 

See adv 



Carpets. 

Ellsworth Andrew & Co. 266 e 
Berry 



Carpet Weavers. 

Hoesch David, iS w Columbia. 
See adv 



Carriage and Wagon Makers. 

Baker John, 16 and iS Lafayette 
Buhrkuhl Henry, n e cor Calhoun 

and Water 
Chovey Frank, n e cor Clinton and 

e Water 



Dierstein Anton, 102 w Main 
Hoffman George, e s Clay s of 

Wayne 
Stanley, Bieber & Co. 120 w Main 
Stevens W. & E. 11 and 13 Clay 

See adv 
Sthair Henry, 46 w Main and 9 

Pearl. See adv 
Theil Wm. & Co. 364 w Main 
Williams John H. 149 w Main. See 

adv 



Carriage and Wagon W^ood- 
W^ork Manufacturers. 

Olds N. G. & Sons, cor Lafayette 
and T W & W Ry 



Cement Pipe TVorks. 

Fort Wayne Carbonized Cement 
Pipe Works, cor Wallace and 
Clinton. W^m. B. Stephens, Supt 



Cement and Plaster. 

Lillie James & Co i n Calhoun 



Chair Manufacturers. 

Reese C. & Co. in6 Calhoun 



Chair Stuff. 

Hoffman Bros. 200 w Main. See 
adv 



Chair and Tahle Stuff Manu- 
facturers. 

O'Connor & Co. cor Thompson av 
and T W & W Ry 



China, Glass and Queens^irare. 

Jocquel John J. 170 Calhoun 
Trentman H. J. & Bro. 24 e Co- 
lumbia. See back cover 
Tresselt Si Both, 39 Columbia 
Ward H. N. 9 Columbia 



Cigar Manufacturers. 

(See also Tobacco and Cigars.) 

Dessauer L. & Co. 23 Calhoun 
Eckert & Ortmann, 85 Calhoun 
Ehle A. N. 81 Co. 176 Broadway 
Rodemann Wm. 292 Harrison 
Wenninghoff Christ. 148 Calhoun 



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265 



Civil Engineers. 

Brackenridge Chas. S. office city 

hall building 
Crane Calvin D. 144 w Wayne 
DeLaCamp John, Court house 
Goshorn W. H. county surveyor, 

oflice Court house 



Cloth Manufacturers. 

French, Hanna & Co. 96 e Water 



Clothes-Rack Manufacturers. 

Perkins Thomas B. 16 w Columbia 



Clothes Renovators. 

Muhlfuth John, 174 Calhoun 
Whiteley Thomas, 52 w Main 



Clothing. 

Block & Bro. 17 Calhoun 
Block Marx, 6 e Columbia 
Bostick E. & Son, 10 Columbia 
Fledderman John G. 27 e Main 
Hyman Nicholas, 26 Columbia 
Jacobson Victor, 27 Calhoun 
Lauferty Max J. 2 Phoenix block 
Mack Bros. 26 e Columbia 
Nirdlinger Jacob, i Keystone block 
Nirdlinger S. F. & Co. 5 e Main 
Rothschild & Bro. 5 Keystone 

block 
Thieme J. G. & Bro. 37 Columbia 
Vogel.C. G. & Son, 29 Calhoun 
Woodward M. E. 46 Calhoun 
Young N. B. & Co. 9 e Main 



Coal and Coke. 

Bass & Smith, office with Bass 
foundry and machine works 

Fox James & Co. Pittsburg De- 
pot 



Coffee and Spice-Mills. 

Trentman, Monning & Son, 59 e 

Main. See adv 
Hamilton & Co. 30 Clinton. See adv 



Coffin Manufacturers. 

Fink Charles, 120 Maiden lane 
Peltier ic Carll, 17 w Wayne 



Collection Agents. 

Westrumb H. C. F. 452 e Wayne 



Commercial CoUege. 

Fort Wa^'ne Commercial College, 
30 e Main. See adv opp p 17 



Commission Merchants. 

Bash S. tSi Co. 49 and 51 Columbia 
Haskell Washington, 65 e Colum- 
bia 
Stapleford & Dawsoji, 7 e Main 



Confectioners. 

Beard James Q^ 38 Clinton. See 

adv 
Brandenburg Wm. H. 116 Calhoun 
Fox George, 25 e Main 
Hartshorn S. J. 172 Calhoun 
Hasty John, 112 Calhoun 
O'Brien Wm. 276 Calhoun 
Rambo Benjamin R. 73 Calhoun 
Smith Lorin, Postoffice 
Taylor Henry C. 52 Barr 
Wiemann Wm. n e Main 
Worrell James A. 76 Calhoun. See 

adv 



Coopers. 

DeWald Nicholas, 404 Calhoun 
Klug Frederick, 244 w Main 
Mason Bros, n w cor Chicago and 

Harrison 
Mettey Frederick, 17 e Water 
Petzler George, 296 Broadway 
Schnelker, Beugnot & Co. s w cor 

Jarden and Henry 

Cracker Manufacturers. 

Wolke & Trentman, 100 Calhoun 



Crockery. 

(See China, Glass, &c.) 



Cutlery. 

Russell W. R. & Co. 29 e Main 



Dentists. 

Brown Dr. S. B. s e cor Court and 

Main 
Knapp Isaac M. D.. D. D. S. 36 e 
34 



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Berry. See adv 
Loag & Brown, Keystone block 
Mason Lewis J. 34 Calhoun 
Simpson & Coyle, 108 Calhoun 
Snider Evan, 39 w Berry 
Wisell 81 Austin, 12 e Columbia. 

See inside front cover 



Dining Halls. 

(See Restaurants.) 



Dress and Cloak Makers. 

Evers Mrs. Maggie, 60 e Main 
Fletcher Mrs. M. A. 17 e Main 
Gable Miss H. 65 Harrison 
HoUingsworth Mrs. A. N. 63 w 

Water 
Kagle Mrs. Kate, 128 Calhoun 
Kelsey Mrs. A. A. 21 High 
Warren Miss Belle, 88 Calhoun. 

See adv 
Weber Miss Lizzie, 16 w Berry 



Druggists. 

Ayres H. B. 113 e Lewis 
Biddle T. M. 6 Keystone block 
Detzer M. F. s w cor Broadway 

and JeiTerson 
Dreier & Bro. n w cor Calhoun 

and Columbia 
Gard Brookfield, 128 Calhoun 
Marshall M. S. 244 Calhoun 
Meyer Bros. & Co. 14 Calhoun and 

9 w Columbia 
Nill E. H. & Co. 80 Calhoun See 

adv 
Remmel Bros. 126 Broadway 
Schott G. J. n e cor Barr and Wash- 
ington 
Selle August L. 260 Calhoun 
Sorg Isidor, 43 Wells 
Thorp George B. 96 Barr 
Vollmer Daniel, 66 Calhoun 
Wagner H. G. 54 Calhoun. 

adv 

Wooster, Williams & Co. 40 Cal- 
houn 



See 



Dry Goods and Notions. 

(Wholesale.) 

Evans A. S. & Co. 30 e Berry 



Dry Goods and Notions. 

(Wholesale and Retail.) 

DeWald, George & Co. n e cor 
Calhoun and Columbia. See bot- 
tom line 

Foster Bros & Co. 16 (old 94) e 
Calhoun. See front cover 

Frank & Thanhouser, 7 Keystone 
block 

Goodwin Horatio N. 120 Broad- 
way. See adv 

Heidebrecht Henry, 141 Broadway 

OrfTC. & Co. 5 and 7 Columbia. 
See bottom lines 

Pierr J. & P. Phoenix block 

Rohs, Eme & Reinking, 13 e Co- 
lumbia 

Root Sc Co. 20 (old 90) e Colum- 
bia. See embossed line front 
cover 

Ulman Benedict, 100 Barr 

Wilks Nathan, 74 Barr 



Dyers and Scourers. 

Henbach Conrad, 54 Barr 
Jerman Anthony S. 59 w Water 



Engine Builders. 

(See Founders and Machinists.) 



Express Companies. 

Adams and American, R. B. Law- 
rence, agent, 102 Calhoun 

United States, Calvin L. Smith, 
manager, 28 e Main 



Fancy Goods and Notions. 

Aker Edmund C. 118 Calhoun 
Deininger Ulrich, 37 Calhoun 
DeWald George & Co, n e cor 
Calhoun and Columbia. See 
bottom lines 
Eisner Joseph, 15 e Main 
Kane James M. & Bro. 19 Cal- 
houn 
Koch & Nitche, 150 Calhoun 
Mergentheim Alexander, 21 Cal- 
houn 



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267 



File Manufacturerst 

Harries & Co. 126 Calhoun 
Keller Charles, rear 224 w Main. 
See adv 



Klaehn John J. 42 and 44 w Main 

See adv 
Miller John M. 50 and 52 e Main 
Wheeler Nelson, 159 w Main. See 

adv 



Flour and Feed. 

Boerger & Hanns, 60 e Main 
Kalbacher Axton, 286 Calhoun 
Robison David A. 95 Barr 
Wells C. M. &; Co. 45 Columbia 



Floriste. 

Anger Chas. 453 e Waynd 
Lyne & Markey, n e cor Bracken- 
ridge and Webster. See adv 



Flouring Mills. 

Empire, vv end Main 

Hoagland & Tresselt, s w cor Clin- 
ton and Water 

Pfeiffer J. C. & Co. cor Wells and 
feeder Canal 

Sedgewick J. 240 Calhoun 

Stapleford L P. n e cor Columbia 
and Lafayette. See adv 



Foreign Passenger Agents. 

(See Steamship Passenger Agents.) 



Founders and MacUnists. 

Bass Foundry and Machine Works 
cor Hanna and T W & W Ry 
See adv 

Bowser J. C. & Co. Water bet Har- 
rison and Calhoun 

Murray Kerr, n e cor. Calhoun and 
Wallace 

Perkins Engine Co. 16 w Colum- 
bia 



Fruit and Ornamental Trees. 

Stirling John T. n e cor Main and 
Calhoun 



Furniture. 

Arnold Anthony, 16S Broadway 
Burkholder Joseph, So Pearl 
Emrick Andrew J. 51 e Main 
Gould George, 70 and 72 Columbia 
Griebel & Fee, 46 Main 



Galvanized Iron Cornice. 

Wilson & Muhler. See inside front 
cover 



Game, &c. 

Haskell Washington, 70 Calhoun 



Gas Fitters. 

(See Plumbers, Steam, and Gas 
Fitters,) 



Gas "Works. 

Fort Wayne Gas Light Co. s e cor 
Water and Barr 



Gents' Furnishing Goods. 

(See also Clothing.) 

Moderwell & Fowler, n w cor Cal- 
houn and Berry 
Strass Emanuel, 16 w Main 



Gold and Silver Plater. 

DeVaux Lewis, 52 Calhoun 



Grain Dealers. 

(See Commission Merchants.) 

Taylor R. W. 26 Pearl 

Grocers. 

(Wholesale.) 

Heustis & Hamilton, 23 and 25 
(77 and 79 old) e Columbia 

Trentman B. & Son, 56 and 58 Cal- 
houn 



Grocers. 

(Wholesale and Retail.) 

Alter Nicholas, 25 Force 

Anderson & Douglass, 124 Broad- 
way and 19S w Jefferson 

Aubry Joseph, 231 e Jefferson 

Aurentz S. A. 137 Broadway. See 
adv 

Bangert Bonifacius, 167 Broadway 

Berning Conrad, 56 Barr 



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Boltz & Ely, 90 Calhoun 
Breen James, 176 Calhoun 
Coonrod M. C. 96 Maumee 
Didier Joseph C. 66 and 68 Colum- 
bia 
Dierstein Christian, s w cor Fair- 
field av and George 
Dorr E. K. & Bro. 22 w Berry 
Draker & Bro. 26 Harrison. See 

adv 
Embry James S. 134 Fairfield av 
FcEllinger J. M. n w cor Main and 

Calhoun 
Fuchs George, 67 e Jefferson 
Geiss Jacob, 355 Lafayette 
Gerke Henry F. 207 Lafayette 
Gers Philip, 117 Fairfield av 
GiUiland & Medsker, s e cor La- 
fayette and e Lewis 
Gruber Valentine, 51 Taylor 
Hallauer Daniel, 214 Calhoun 
Heger George M. no Wells 
Hill J. B. & Co. 62 Calhoun 
Hutzell Daniel, 297 w Main 
Kanning & Co. 84 Barr 
Kempf Wm. 13 High 
Kiser Peter, 25 Calhoun 
Kline Jacob, 36 e Columbia 
Klotz Daniel, 372 Calhoun 
Koch John B. 1246 Washington 
Landsmann & Dieckmeyer,i8 Har- 
rison 
Lauer George, 279 e Washington 
Mergel Reinhard, 94 w Main 
Miller Christian, 54 Wells 
Miller & Fletcher, 7 and 9 Calhoun 
Miller N. C. & Co. 2 Harrison 
Neidhoefer Wm. e s Lafayette bet 

Charles and Wallace 
Nestel Philip, 189 Lafayette 
Nieman Theodore, 274 e Washing- 
ton 
Niemann & Dammeyer, 108 Cal- 
houn 
Nieter Henry, 90 Barr 
Oddon & Manuel, 70 Barr 
Paul Wm. 21 w Columbia 
Phillips B. 31 Calhoun 
Pirson Peter, n w cor Taylor and 

Broadway. See adv 
Raab Frederick, 50 Columbia 
Raab John, 16 (old 92) e Columbia 
Rekers Gihard, 116 w Washington 
Riedle Anton, s e cor Fairfield av 
and Durye 



Romy & Manth, 36 and 37 w Main 

and 71 e Main. See adv 
Shalk John, 14S w Main 
Scheie & Lauer, 5 e Main 
Schnurr & Heiny, 22 w Main 
Schoppman Wm. 213 Hanna 
Seabold Christian, 168 w Main 
Seabold John, 194 Broadway 
Siebold David, 121 Wells 
Schaffer George, 169 Broadway 
Sowers Geo. 162 Calhoun 
Spiegel G E. 183 Broadway 
Strunz Christian, 72 Barr 
Thieme Andrew, 170 Broadway 
Tremmel Conrad, 283 Hanna 
Vodde Christopher, 430 e Wash- 
ington 
Walters David B. 207 Calhoun 
Weber Frank A. 57 e Main 
Wessel John, 397 Lafayette 
Wiebke Henry, 92 Barr 
Wigman H. & Co. 199 and 201 La- 

Woulfe J. & Bro. 266 Calhoun 
Zimmerman Anton, 97 e Main 



Guns, Pistols, &c. 

Russell W. R. & Co. 29 e Main 



Gunsmitlis. 

Lade Gustoff, 63 e Main 
Leonard Wm. 71 w Water 
Raquet Christian, 20 w Main 



Hair Goods and Hair Dressers. 

Fletcher Mrs. M. A. 17 e Main 

Gilchrist Mrs. M. H. 26;^ e Co- 
lumbia 

Klix Mrs. P. s e cor Calhoun and 
Columbia 

Warren Mrs. M. S. 17 w Main 



Hard-ware, Stoves and Tin- 
-ware. 

Allgeier & Bro. 63 e Main 
Ash Henry J. 17 e Columbia 
Brandriff, Prescott & Co. 50, 52 

and 54 Columbia 
Coombs & Co 38, 40 and 42 e Main 
Cotthingham W. 61 e Main 



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269 



DeWald Henry, 36 Clinton 
Griffiths W. E. & Co. 122 Broad- 
way 
Harries & Co. 126 Calhoun 
McCulloch & Richey, 3 (old 105) 

Columbia 
McLachlan Niel c*c Co. 143 Cal- 
houn 
Markey A. J. 254 Calhoun 
Morgan & Beach, ig and 21 e Co- 
lumbia 
Prescott Bros. iSi Co. 50 and 52 

Columbia 
Pressler, John, 1S7 Broadway 
Stophlet Bros. 14 w Columbia 
Wilson & Muhler, 27 e Columbia. 
See inside front cover 



Hats, Caps and Furs. 

Freeman Samuel A. 4 e Columbia 
Harper James & Co. 11 Columbia 

and 3 Phoenix block 
McCauley J. H. & Co. 76, 7S and 

80 Clinton 
Singer & Fyke, 34 Calhoun 



Hay. 

Thorp & Co. 43 e Columbia 



Hides and Pelts. 

Oppenhcimer & Co. 6 Calhoun 
Weil Jacob, 76 Barr 



Horse Collar Mannfactnreirs. 

Ehrmann & Jahn, 116 w Main 
Miller & Buerger, 76, 78 and 80 

Clinton. See adv 
Racine Aime, e s First bet Wells 

and Cass 
Racine Frederick L. 36 Cass 



Horse Shoers. 

Becker Frederick, 9 e Washington 
Lahnnan c*c Thompson, SB Colum- 
bia 
Myar Henry, 10 Calhoun 



Hosiery. 

Foster Edward F. 141 Calhoun 



Hot-Air Furnaces. 

Carter Wm, 25 Columbia. See 

inside front cover 
Wilson & Muhler, 27 e Columbia. 

See inside front cover 



Horse Dealers. 

Briel Frederick, nj w Columbia 



Hotels. 

Aveline House, Mrs. J. A. Aveline, 

s e cor Berry and Calhoun 
Blumenthal Hotel, Fritz Schmuec- 

kle, 132 Wells 
Central Hotel, D. O'Connell & 

Bro, s s Berry opp Court house 
Didier House, Luke Lavanway, 74 

Columbia 
Fox House, 258 Calhoun 
German House, F. Herbst, 3 Rail- 
road 
Gilbert House, Alexander Gilbert, 

15 and 17 w Columbia 
Hanna House, s w cor Barr and 

Washington 
Harmon House, Daniel Harmon, 

n w Calhoim and Chicago 
Mayer House, W^m. H. Murtagh, 

s e cor Calhoun and Wavne 
Hedekin House, Wolf & Wagoner,. 

25 Barr 
Pursell E. A. 10 n Harrison 
Robinson House, Harrison opp 

Columbia. See adv 
Sturgis House, C. B. Cumpston, 

49 and 5 1 w Berry 
Summit City House, A. P. Essig, 

39 e Water 



House-Furnishing; Goods. 

Ash Henry J. 17 e Columbia 



House, Sign and Ornamental 
Painters. 

Bowers & Goodman, 48 w Jefferson 
Hoffman Daniel, 293 w Jefferson 
Hull L. O. e s Court opp Court 

house 
Kover & Rivers, cor Main and Cal- 
houn. See back cover 
Wilmot James C. 10 Clinton 
36 



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POLK, MURPHY & CO S 



Ice Dealers. 

Cody Maurice, 13 Barr 
Dottoe Albert, 7 Monroe 
Moran Peter, 201 e Wajne 



Insurance Agents. 

Bossier H. H. 44 Calhoun 

Buck Wilson S. n w cor Main and 

Calhoun 
Carier August H. 27 Postoffice 

building 
D'Isaj' & Archer, sucrs to James 
T. Losee, 25V2 Postoffice build- 
ing. See back strap 
Fisher D. C. 32 e Berry. See adv 
Graham & Gottshall, 7 e Main 
Granger Noah, n e cor Main and 

Calhoun 
Hanna Samuel T. 19 Court, See 

front cover 
Irwin & Lumbard, 36 Calhoun. 

See bottom lines 
Lumbard Sanford, 36 Calhoun 
Randall Franklin P. 24 Clinton. 

See adv' opp title p 
Roberts George P. 26 Court 
Seidel Edward, res 107 e Main 
Statler Augustus J. n w cor Cal- 
houn and Main 
Tons Henry, 32 e Berry 
Walter & Jones, McDougal's block 
Willson Henry F. 112 Broadway 



Insurance Companies. 

(Accident.) 

Travelers' of Hartford, H. H. Boss- 
ier, agent, 44 Calhoun 

Railway Passenger of Hartford, 
John Hough, agent, 32 e Berry 

Travelers'of Hartford, John Hough, 
agent, 32 e Berry 

(Fire and Marine.) 

^tna of Hartford, D. C. Fisher, 
agent, 32 e Berry 

AUemania of Pittsburgh, Pa. A. J. 
Statler, agent, n w cor Main and 
Calhoun 

Amazon of Cincinnati, Graham & 
Gotshall, agents, 7 e Main 

American Central of St. Louis, 
Mo. Graham & Gotshall, agents, 
7 e Main 

American of Philadelphia, Pa. Ir- 
win & Lumbard, agents, 36 Cal- 
houn 



Armenia of Pittsburgh, Pa. Gra- 
ham & Gottshall agents, 7 e Main 
Atlantic and Pacific of Chicago, 111. 

Graham & Gotshall, agents, 7 e 

Main 
Clay of Covington, Ky. DTsay & 

Archer, agents, 251-^ Postoffice 

building 
Connecticut of Hartford, Conn, 

F. P. Randall, agent, 24 Clinton 
Continental of New York, Irwin 

& Lumbard, agents 36 Calhoun 
Detroit of Detroit, H. H. Bossier, 

agent. 44 Calhoun 
Queen of Liverpool and London, 

Eng. A. H. Carier, agent, Post- 
office building 
Fairfield County of South Norwalk, 

Conn. A. J. Statler, agent, n w 

cor. Main and Calhoun 
Fire Association of Philadelphia, 

Pa. Irwin & Lumbard, agents, 

36 Calhoun 
Firemen's Fund of California, S. T. 

Hanna, agent, 19 Court 
Fireman's of Dayton, O., A.J. 

Statler, agent, n w cor Main and 

Calhoun 
Franklin of Indianapolis, H. H. 

Bossier, agent, 44 Calhoun 
Franklin of Philadelphia, Pa. Irwin 

& Lumbard, agents, 36 Calhoun 
Franklin of Wheeling, W. Va., Ir- 
win & Lumbard, agents, 36 Cal- 

iioun 
German -American of New York, 

Noah Granger, agent, n e cor 

Calhoun and Main 
German of Erie, Pa. D'Isay & 

Archer, agents, 25^ Postoffice 

building 
German of Indianapolis, Ind. Ed- 
ward Seidel, agent, 107 e Main 
Germania of New York, D. C. 

Fisher, agent, 32 e Berry 
Girard of Philadelphia, Pa. A. J. 

Statler, agent, n w cor Main and 

Calhoun 
Hamburg Bremen of Hamburg, D. 

C. Fisher, agent, 32 e Berry 
Hanover of New York, D. C. 

Fisher, agent, 32 e Berry 
Hartford of Hartford, Conn. F. P. 

Randall, agent, 24 Clinton 
Hibernia of Cleveland, O. Walter 

& Jones, agents, McDougal's blk 



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271 



Home of Columbus, O. Noah 

Granger, agent, n e cor Main 

and Calhoun 
Home of New York, D. C. Fisher, 

agent, 32 e Berry 
Howard of New York City, Gra- 
ham l'v: Gotshall, agents, 7 e Main 
Humboldt of Newark, N. J., D'Isay 

& Archer, agents. 25)^ Postoffice 

building 
Imperial of London, Eng. Irwin 

& Lumbard, agents, 36 Calhoun 
Lancaster of Lancaster, Pa. D'lsaj' 

& Archer, agents, 2z,^ Postoffice 

building 
Lancashire of Manchester, Eng. 

Noah Granger, agent, n e cor 

Calhoun and Main 
Liverpool & London and Globe 

of Liverpool, Eng. Irwin i^ Lum- 
bard, agents, 36 Calhoun 
London Assurance Corporation of 

London, Eng. ST. Hanna, agent, 

19 Court 
Lorillard of New York, A. J. Stat- 

ler, agent, n w cor Main and Cal- 
houn 
Manhattan of New York, Irwin & 

Lumbard, agents, 36 Calhoun 
Merchants' of Newark, N.J., D'Isay 

& Archer, agents, 253^ Postoffice 

building 
Nationaljof Hartford, Conn. S. T. 

Hanna, agent, 19 Court 
National of Philadelphia, Pa. 

D'Isay (i Archer, agents, 2 5)4' 

Poslothce building 
Niagara of New York, Graham & 

Gotshall, 7 e Main 
North America of Philadelphia, Pa. 

Graliam & Gotshall, agents, 7 e 

Main 
North British and Mercantile of 

London, Eng. F. P. Randall, 

agent, 24 Clinton 
Orient of Hartford, Conn. S. T. 

Hanna, agent, 19 Court 
Penn of Philadelphia, Pa. A. J. 

Statlcr, agent, n w cor Main and 

Calhoun 
Pennsylvania of Philadelphia, Pa. 

Graham & Gotshall, agents, 7 e 

Main 
Peoples of Philadelphia, Pa. 

D'Isay & Archer, agents, 25)^ 

Postoffice building 



Phoenix of Hartford, H. H. Bos- 
sier, agent, 44 Calhoun 

Phenix of New York, Irwin & 
Lumbard, agents, 36 Calhoun 

Phenix of New York, S. Lumbard, 
agent, 36 Calhoun 

Royal of Liverpool, Eng. Irwin & 
Lumbard, agents, 36 Calhoun 

St. Paul of St. Paul, Minn. Gra- 
ham & Gotshall, agents, 7 e Main 

St. Joseph of St. Joseph, Mo. F. P. 
Randall, agent, 24 Clinton 

Scottish Commercial of. Scotland, 
H. H. Bossier, agent, 44 Calhoun 

Springfield of Springfield, Mass. 
Irwin & Lumbard, agents, 36 
Calhoun 

Traders of Chicago, A. J. Statler, 
agent, n w cor Main and Cal- 
houn 

Underwriters' Agency of New 
York, D. C. Fisher, agent, 32 e 
Berry 

Watertown of Watertown, N. Y. 
D'Isay & Archer, agents, 25^ 
Postoffice building 

Westchester of New York, A. J. 
Statler, agent, n e cor Main and 
Calhoun 

(Life.) 

^Etna of Hartford, Conn. A. H. 

Carier, agent, 27 Postoffice build- 
ing 
Connecticut Mutual of Hartford, 

Conn. W. S. Buck, agent, n w 

cor Main and Calhoun 
Equitable of New York, George P. 

Roberts, agent, 26 Court 
Life Association of America, of 

St. Louis, Mo. S. T. Hanna, 

agent, 19 Court 
Mutual Life of New York, John 

Hough, agent, ^2 e Berry 
New England Rlutual of Boston, 

Mass. Irwin & Lumbard, agents, 

36 Calhoun 
Northwestern Mutual of Milwau- 
kee, Wis. Graham & Gotshall, 

agents, 7 c Main 
Phcunix of Hartford, Conn. D'Isay 

& Archer, agents, 253^ Postoffice 

building 
Phanix of Hartford, Conn. Noah 

Granger, agent, n e cor Calhoun 

and Main 



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Protection oi' Chicago, H. 11. 

Boseler, agens, ^^^ Calhoun 
Republic ol" Chicago, Walter & 

Jones, agents, McDougal block 
United States of New York, Irwin 

& Lumbard, agents, 36 Calhoun 



Perrin Ashley C. O2 e Wayne. See 

adv 
Read & Son, 18 w Wayne 
Van Alstine Dr. Franklin. ^2 Barr 

See adv 



Je^relers. 

(See also Watches.) 
Sauser Louis, 223 Calhoun 



Justices of the Peace. 

Archer D. R. 

Bittinger A. H. n e cor Main and 
Calhoun. See front fly 

Dolin John, 62 Calhoun 

Edsall E. P. over Merchants' Na- 
tional Bank 

Graham Jaines E. 7 e Main 

Ryan Daniel, 22 Court 



Lap 'Windo'nr Shades. 

Howes David, 59 e Columbia 



Lath Dealers. 

Lillie James & Co i n Calhoun 



liaundries. 

Baker Charles A. 50 Pearl. See 

adv 
Blythe David A. 59 w Water 



Leather and Findings. 

Freiburger S. Si Bro. 24 e Main 
Miller & Bcerger. 76, 78 and So 
Clinton. See adv 



Lime and Plaster. 

Lillie James ^Sc Co. i n Calhoun 



Livery and Sale Stahles. 

Barnum Dr. George P. n s Colum- 
bia. See adv 

Barr James S. e s Court s Main 

Draker John & Bro 13 Pearl. See 
adv 

Glynn Matthias, 53 e Main 

Ligget Bros. iS w Main 



Loan Agents. 

Hough John, 32 e Berry 

Kyle A. P. & Co. 133 Calhoun 



Locksmiths. 

Reiling August, 66 Pearl 



Locomotive Stack Manufactur- 
ers. 

Roberts & Zollinger, 212 Calhoun 



Looking Glasses. 

Wood Wm. S. 142 Calhoun 



Lumber Dealers. 

Amnion Daniel, n e cor Pearl and 

Ewing 
Beaver, Miller & Co. s end Francis 
Clark Si Rhinesmith Lumber Co. 

n s Wallace bet Lafayette and 

Clinton 
Jacoby i& Wiegand. See adv 
Nuttman & Taylor, 309 s Broadway 



Black ^Talnut. 

HolTman Bros. 200 w Main. See 
adv 



Lung Syrup Manufacturers. 

Marshall M. S. 244 Calhoun 



Machinery Manufacturers. 

Bass Foundry and Machine Works 
Manna s of Ry crossing. See adv 



Machinists. 

;See Founders.) 



Marble and Granite "Works. 

Underbill, Congdon & Markley, 

185 Broadway. See adv 
Underbill .k Smith. 74 w Main 



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Mattress ManafactnTers. 

Smith J. W. & Son, e s Walton av 
bet e Wayne and the canal 



Meat Markets. 

Brehm John F. & Co. 246 Calhoun 
Burhann Edward A. 104 Calhoun 
Cartwright Lovetus F. 137 Barr 
Doelker Jacob, s e cor Wells and 

Second 
Eckart F. & Co. 60 Calhoun 
Fairfield & Robinson, 35 Hoagland 

av. See adv 
Fleightner Jacob, n e cor Washing- 
ton and Monroe 
Kelsey James T. 22 Harrison. See 

adv 
Manier Frank, 88 Barr 
Myers Ernest, 213 Lafayette 
Rich & Bro. 272 Calhoun 
Schieferstein Philip, 61 e -Main 
Welch George W. n e cor Fairfield 

av and Williams 
Weller John, 42 Wells 
Wilkins Christopher, 112 Broad- 
way 
Wolf Abraham, 10 w Main 
Yobst Emmet, s e cor Lafayette 
and Wallace 



IMercliant Tailors. 

(See also Clothing.) 

Clark Joseph M. s w cor Berry and 

Clinton 
Fledderman John G. 27 e Main. 

See adv 
Foster Andrew, 62 Calhoun. See 
Grimme Jonn H. 17 w Wayne 
Heingartner M. 34 Clinton 
Horstmann Frederick H. 146 Cal- 
houn 
Matthews Stephen, 205 Calhoun 
Mayer Louis, 24 e Berry 
Shoaff Wade C. old 17 Court 
Thieme J. G. & Bro. 37 Columbia 
Vogel C. G. & Son, 29 Calhoun 
Woodward M. E. 46 Calhoun 



Millinery. 

Black Joseph & Co. 15 e Columbia 
Coyle Mrs. Mary J. n w cor Main 

and Calhoun 
Delzell Mr«. Sophia J. 3 Phoenix 

block 



Goodman Mrs. F. X. 11 w Colum- 
bia 
Newberger Mrs. R. 14 e Columbia 
OrfT C. & Co. 5 and 7 Columbia. 

See bottom lines 
Shilling Miss Mary B. 31 e Main 
Stiers Mrs. George, 32 Clinton 
Vogel Mrs. E. 31 Calhoun 



TMusic and Musical Instm- 
ments. 

Anderson Thomas P. 98 Calhoun 
Hill Charles L. 52 Calhoun 
Kestel Peter P. 130 Calhoun 



Music Teachers. 

Kimball Samuel W. S7 Barr 
Spoth Edward, 140 Calhoun 



News and Periodical Agents. 

Rambo Benjamin W. 73 Calhoun 
Smith Lorin, Postoffice 



Newspapers. 

(Daily — English.) 

Fort Wayne Gazette, 25 w Main. 

See adv 
Fort Wa^'ne Sentinel, s w cor of 

Wayne and Calhoun. See adv 

(Tri-weekly — German.) 

Indiana Staats-Zeitung, n e cor 
Columbia and Clinton 

( Semi- weekly — German . ) 

Fort Wayne Anzeiger, n e cor 
Main and Clinton. See adv 

(Weekly— English.) 

Fort Wayne Gazette, 25 w Main. 

See adv 
Fort Wayne Journal, Postoffice 

building 
Fort Wayne Sentinel, * w cor of 

Wayne and Calhoun 

( Weekly — German . ) 

Indiana Staats-Zeitung, n e cor 
Columbia and Clinton. See ady 
Indiana Volksfreund, 82 Calhoun 
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Notaries Public. 

Bajless Sol D. io8 Clinton 
Bittinger George L. n s e Main 
BloomhuffF. M. 62 Calhoun 
Bloomhuff S. H. 62 Calhoun 
Cariei- August H. 27 Postoffice 

building 
Colerick Philemon B. 22 Court 
Colerick Thomas W. 22 Court 
Fisher D. C. 32 e Berry 
France H. F. 44 Calhoun 
Gotshall Martin V. B. 7 e Main 
Haiber Frederick, 64 Wells 
Hartman George B. 20 w Berry 
Hartman H. C. 20 w Berry 
Hench Samuel M. 17 Court 
Hough John, 32 e Berry 
Jenison W. T. 44 Calhoun 
Kerr Wm. J. n w cor Main and 

Calhoun 
O'Rourke Edward, McDougal's 

block, n w cor Calhoun and 

Berry 
Philley M. S. 52 Calhoun 
Purman A. A. 20 w Berry 
Randall Perry A. 6 Burgess block 
Rayhouser Gedaliah I. Z. n e cor 

Main and Calhoun 
Robinson Henry H. 26 Postoffice 

building 
Smith C. G. 25 w Main 
Stahl & Hillegass, n w cor Main 

and Calhoun 
Stratton Jerome Q^ 34 e Berry 
Swift Bayless, 32.6 Berry 
Taylor Zachary P. Burgess block 
Tons Henry, 32 e Berry 
Westrumb H. C. F. 452 e Wayne 
Willson Henry F. 112 Broadway 
Withers Warren H. 44 Calhoun 



Notions. 

(See Fancy Goods and Notions ; 
also, Dry Goods and Notions.) 



Omuilius Liine. 

Fletcher & Powers, 18 e Wayne 



Optioiana. 

Redelsheimer Henry, 16 w Main 



Organ Builders. 

Fort Wayne Organ Company, e s 
Fairfield av nr city limits. See 
adv opp name 



Ornamental Plasterers.. 

McGoff Peter, 52 Calhoun 



Oysters and Game. 

Young Edwin E. 36 w Main 



Pail Manufacturers. 

Hartman Homer C. i Ewing 



Painters. 

Hull L. O. See adv 

Kover & Rivers, n e cor Main and 

Calhoun. See back cover 
Ott & Huber, 81 e Berry 
Wilmot James C. 10 Clinton 



Paints and Oils. 

Wagner Henry G. See adv 
Wilmot James C. 14 Clinton 



Paper. 

Saunders Charles A. 33 and 35 
Clinton 



Paper-Mills. 

Freeman & Barnett, 57 Columbia 



Patent Rights. 

Cummings Thomas J. T. n w cor 
Main and Calhoun 



Peddlers' Supplies. 

Dillingham & Ling, 83 Holman 
Johnson Elias, 253 Calhoun 



Photographers. 

Poston E. W. 44 Calhoun 
Shoaff & Berst, Keystone block 
Sommer Charles, 4 e Columbia 
Wallin C. E. 18 w Berry 



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Physicians. 

Ayfes.IIenrj P. s vv cor Berry and 

Calhoun 
Beck J. R. 54 Calhoun 
Bowen G. W. 52 Calhoun 
Brooks Wm. H. now Main 
Brueback George T. s w cor Cal- 
houn and Berrv 
Dills T. J. s w cor Berrv and Cal- 
houn 
Ferguson W. T. 126 Harrison 
Fick Otto, n w cor Main and Clin- 
ton 
Frietzschc John U. 152 GriiFith 
Gard B. 12S Calhoun 
Goeriz G. A. 30 e Columbia 
Green Mrs. M. Frances, res 139 

w Main 
Gregg J. S. s w cor Main and Cal- 
" houn 

Hartley J. D. 82 w Washington 
Hartley Mrs. J. D. 82 vv Washing- 
ton 
Heuchling Theodoi'e, 76 w Berry 
Housman Zachara T. 96 Calhoun 

res same 
Josse John M. 54 Calhoun 
Jones J. H. 320 w JefTerson 
Leonard P. M. 177 w W^ashington 
Liebenthal M. 104 Barr 
Lombard Joseph, 244 Calhoun 
McCullough T. P. 8 w Berry 
Mayer Charles F. 105 Barr 
Metcalf Samuel C. n w cor Cal- 
houn and Columbia 
Moore James E. 80 Calhoun 
Myers Wm H . 80 Calhoun 
Ogle John J. 128 Calhoun 
Orvis Charles, s w cor Main and 

Calhoun 
Poyneer George W. 2 Phoenix 

block 
Purdy T. H. s e cor Lewis and 

Lillie 
Rosenthal Isaac M. 95 w Berry 
Rosenthal L M. 54 Calhoun 
Schutt Lewis C. 54 Calhoun 
Sihler Christian s w cor Berry and 

Calhoun 
Smith C. S. 38 Douglas ave 
Sweringen Hiram V. 112 Broad- 
way 
Todd S. Clay, 4 e Columbia 
Tons E. L. 248 w Wayne 
Virgil Thomas S. 70 Harrison 
Woodworth B. S. 54 Calhoun 



Plows and 'Wagons. 

(See also Carriages.) 

Messing & Zollinger, 156 Water 



Plumbers, Steam and Gas- 



Fitters. 

Cotlingham & McLachlan, 143 
Calhoun. See adv 



Pottery. 

Laenimle John, 2S4 w Main 



Printers. 

(See also Newspapers.) 

Jones David W. n. w cor Main 

and Calhoun 
Taylor, P'airbank & Co. e s Court 

s of Main 

Produce Dealers. 

Becker J. & Co. 55 e Columbia 
Mills A. J. H. 71 e Columbia 
Oppenheimer Fred, 85 e Columbia 
Orbison A. M 71 e Columbia 



Pump Manufacturers. 

Kyle A. P. & Co. 133 Calhoun 



Railroads. 

(See Miscellaneous Directory.) 



Real Estate. 

Bloomhufl" S. H. 62 Calhoun 
Bossier H. H., 44 Calhoun 
Carier August H. 27 Postoffice 

building 
Graham & Gotshall, 7 e Main 
Hanna Samuel T. 19 Court. See 

front cover 
Hartman George B. 20 w Berry 
Hayden John W. 25 Postoffice 

building 
Hough John, 32 e Berry 
Irwin & Lumbard, 36 Calhoun. 

See bottom line 
D'Isay & Archer, 2c;}4 Postoffice 

building. See back cover 
Randall Franklin P. See adv opp 

title p 
Rieman S. D. Aveline block e 

Berry 
Scott Frank M . 34 e Berry 



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Tons Henry, 32 e Berry 
Walter & Jones, McDougal's block 
See col'd fly 



Restaurants. 

Deeter John W. 238 Calhoun 
Ervinjohn, 12 n Harrison 
McKinnie Henry, s s railroad w 

Clinton 
Oyster Bay, D. R. McFeely, 92 

Calhoun 
St. Nicholas, Schenck & Falker, 89 

Calhoun 
Stotz Ulrich, 21 and 23 e Main 
Wiemann Wm. 1 1 e Main 
Wilson Dixon, 26 Clinton 
Wilson Richard, 36 e Columbia 



Saddlery Hard\irare. 

Oakley Chauncey B. 29 e Colum- 
bia 



Saddles and Harness. 

Hilt & Co. 17 e Main 
Johns A. S. & Son, 69 e Main 
Koch John Jr. 43^^ Columbia 
Neireiter Casper B. 13 w Colum- 
bia 
Shoaff Samuel H. 12 w Columbia 
Traub Louis, 16^ Columbia 



Saloons. 

Adams John, 256 Calhoun 
Atlantic Garden, Hippolyte Ger- 

ardin, prop, 28 e Columbia 
Bothner John, 139 Calhoun 
Betz John, 232 w Main 
Brannar David, 13 w Wayne 
Briel Frederick, 19 w Columbia. 

See adv 
Brown Mathaw, 243 Calhoun 
Carroll & McCarty, 264 Calhoun 
Casso Frank, 36 Barr 
Diem Charles, 127 Calhoun 
DriscoU Edward, 274 Calhoun 
Dukeman & Gumpper, 84 Cal- 
houn. 
Everd John, 6 Force 
Freiburger I. 24 e Berry 
Gaffney Wm, 2703^ Calhoun 
Glutting Jacob, old 76 e Columbia 
Goodman Francis X. Sr, 11 w Co- 
lumbia 



Gortja John, i8i Calhoun 

Hoch William, 313 Lafayette, res 

same 
Hogan Timothy 269 Calhoun 

Huelsenback Ferdinand, 28 Clin- 
ton 
Immel Henry, 24 e Berry 
Jourdain Celestine, 100 Maumee 
Kabisch Julius, 12 w Main 
Kelly Michael, 270 Calhoun 
Keys & McDonald, 250 Calhoun 
King Philip, 310 Lafayette 
Kleiner John, 119 w Jefferson 
Klinger Madison S. 27 Clinton 
Koeble John G. 41 Main 
Koegel Christian, 173 Broadway 
Kready John, 26 w Main 
Kratzsch Herman, 15 w Wayne 
Lahmayer Henry, 195 Lafayette 
Langard Joseph, 60 Columbia 
Lasseger Gottlieb, 135 Calhoun 
Lauer Paul, 150 Barr 
Leichner John, 13 e Main 
Leichner Wm. 35 e Main 
Lang George, 26 Wells 
Lordier Augustus F. 20 Clinton 
Mabus & Strous, 8 e Columbia 
Mayer George, 45 Wells 
Miller Wm. 96 Broadway 
Mountagne August, 283 w Main 
Neidhoefer Wm. e s Lafayette bet 

Charles and Wallace 
Neuenschwander I. M. 46 Colum- 
bia 
Ortlieb George, 78 Calhoun 
Ortmann Charles, 86 Barr 
Rapp Christian G. 24 w Main 
Schroeder Louis, 27 w Columbia 
Somers James, 262 Calhoun 
Strasser Joseph, 28 w Main 
Strodel George, 34 e Main 
Strodel Mathias, 8 e Berry 
Struver Wm. 66 e Main 
Wilkinson Bros. 77 Calhoun 
Woltmann Benedict, 138 Calhoun 
Zoller George, Sr. 13 Harrison 



Sash, Doora and Blinds. 

Cochrane, Humphrey & Co. 100 

Pearl 
Hurd Orrin D. 63 n s Canal n Gas 

Works See adv 
Jacoby & Weigand, n w cor Wallace 

and Monroe. See adv 



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Saw-Mills. 

Baker J. & K. s w cor Water and 

Lafayette 
Busse, Tagtmeyer & Co. bet w 

Water and Canal w of Cass 
Hoffman Bros. 200 w Main. See 

adv 



Saw Repairer. 

Barbier Peter F. 10^ e Main 



Saw Manufacturers. 

Colson Edward, 44 w Main 
Wilson & Bro. 17S Calhoun 



Sew^iug Machines. 

Grover & Baker, L. Lumbard, 
manager, 16 \v Berry 

Howe, Amos Davis, agent, 72 Cal- 
houn 

The Singer Mfg Co. J. S Finken- 
biner, manager, 6oi.< Calhoun 

Westcott, D. L. 248 Calhoun 

Wheeler & Wilson, C. L. Hill, 
agent, 52 Calhoun 



Shirt Manufacturers. 

Moderwell & Fowler, n w cor Cal- 
houn and Berry 



Soda and Mineral "Water. 

Bargus & Laurent, 29 Barr 



Spice Mills. 

Fort Wayne, 30 Clinton 
Trentman, Monning & Son, 59 e 
Main. See adv 



Stave Manufacturers. 

Ft. Wayne Stave and Heading 
Factory, F. S. Shurick, propr, 
s w cor Lafayette and T W & 
W Ry. See adv 

Schnelker, Beugnot & Co. s w cor 
Jarden and Henry 

Ranke Yergens & Co., w s Ewing 
s of Water 



Steamship Agents. 

Fisher D. C. 32 e Berry 
Hough John, 32 e Berry 
Lauferty Isaac, 3 Aveline block 
Siemon Bros. 47 Columbia 



Steamship iJines. 

Cunard, Siemon & Bro. agents, 77 
Columbia 

Hamburg American, Siemon & 
Bro. agents, 77 Columbia 

Liverpool, New York and Penn- 
sylvania (Inman Line), Siemon 
& Bro. agent, 77 Columbia 

Netherlands, America, Siemon & 
Bro. agents, 77 Columbia 

North German Lloyd, Isaac Lau- 
ferty, agent, 3 Aveline block 

Red Star, Isaac Lauferty, agent, 3 
Aveline block 

White Star, Isaac Lauferty, agent, 
3 Aveline block 



Steel Plow^ Works. 

Wayne, s w cor Main 



Fort 

Maiden Lane 



See adv. 



Stone. 

Lillie James & Co. i n Calhoun 
Keller S. & Co. 94 Pearl 



Stoves and Tin-ware. 

(See also Hardware.) 



Tailors. 

(See also Merchant Tailors.) 
Seemeyer G. 34 Broadway 



Tanners and Curriers. 

Fry Jacob ^^ Sons, n e cor Main 

and Cherry 
Manok & Koester, bet Water and 

Canal 
Schoelkopf Jacob F. 47 Columbia 
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Tin, 



Sheet-Iron 



Copper and 
Ware. 

Ash H. J, 17 Columbia 
Carter Wm. 25 Columbia. 

inside front cover 
Graffe G. W. & Co. 132 Calhoun 
Sharf Charles A. 215 Lafayette 
Welch & Baker, 184 Calhoun 



See 



Tinners' Stock. 

Ash Henrj J. 17 Columbia 



Tobaccos and Cigars. 

Bender L. & Co. 56 e Main 

Dame & Bros, s e cor Clinton and 
Columbia 

Foote & Eickhoff, 120 Calhoun 

Ford Charles, 33 Calhoun 

Harmon Samuel W. 276 Calhoun 

Keller Joseph, 98 Barr 

Newberger Henry, n e cor Main 
and Calhoun 

Ortmann Henry W. 79 Calhoun 

Reiter & Co. 68 Calhoun 

Rockhill & Jenkinson,Wolke block, 
Calhoun 

Wenninghoff Christian, 14S Cal- 
houn 



Transportation Ijiues. 

Empire, H. C. Parker, agent, 26 
Court 



Trunk Manufacturers. 

Carier August H. 10 w Columbia 
Neireiter Conrad, 8 Calhoun 



Umlirella Manufacturers. 

Courtney Laurence F. 30 w Main 



Undertakers. 

Peltier & Carll, 17 w Wayne 



Veterinary Surgeons. 

Barnum Dr. George P. n s Colum- 
bia e of Barr. See adv 
Reed Henry A. i8 w Wayne 
VanAlstine Dr. Franklin, 32 Barr 
See adv 



VinegarllVorks. 

Lamley & Rosenthal, 69 e Colum- 
bia 



Wall Paper. 

Siemon & Bro. 34 e Berry 
Stockbridge N. P. 12 e Columbia 



Washing Machine 
turers. 

Wait Thomas, 29 Pearl 



Manufac- 



W^atches, Clocks and Jewelry. 

Graffe H. C. & Co. s e cor Cal- 
houn and Columbia. See front 

fly 

Johnson H. P. 252 Calhoun 
Mayer George J. E. & Co. 19 e 

Main 
Mayer & Graffe, 22 (old 88) e Co- 
lumbia 
Pietz Ferdinand J. 66 Calhoun 
Scheidegger John, 189 Broadway 
Trenkley Si Scherzinger, 80^ Cal- 
houn 



Whines and Liquors. 

(Wholesale.) 
Becker & Nathan, 55 e Columbia 
Falk Leopold, 11 Harrison 
Ferckel Martin, 23 Clinton 
Langard & Piquignot, 58 Colum- 
bia 
Laurent J. & Son, 31 Barr 
Leutz, Bourie & Co. n e cor Main 
and Clinton 



United States Pension Agent. Wool, Seeds, Furs and Provis- 

Tjj- TT- T/r- , ions. 

Iddmgs Hiram, s w cor Mam and „ 1 o c ^ , ^ , 

Harrison '< "'^^'^ S. & Co. 49 and 51 Columbia 

! See adv 



Upholsterers. 

Wolff & Kettler, 76 Clinton 



W^riting Academy. 

Tyler John L. 20 Burgess block 



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1874-5. 



MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY. 



STREETS AXD AVENUES. 



Archer av, from Wells w to Tyler 

av, at n city limits 
Baker, from Calhoun west, first 

south of Brackenridge 
Barr (North), from W & E canal 

north to St Mary's river, first 
east of Clinton 
Barr (South), from W & E canal 

to Butler, first east of Clinton 
Barthold av, from St Marys av 

west to Tyler av, first south of 

canal feeder 
Barthold, north from St Marys 

river to canal feeder, second east 

of St Marys av 
Bass, from Hoagland av, west to 

Fairfield av, first north of Cole- 
rick 
Beck, from Archer av south, first 

west of Wells 
Berry (East), from Calhoun to W 

& E canal, first south of Main 
Berry (West), from Calhoun west 1 

to College, first south of Main 
Blufl". from Main south, first west 

of St Marys river 
BlulTton road, from Broadway av 

south to city limits, first east of 

Thompson av 
Bowser, from Wells west, first 

north of High 



Brackenridge, from Calhoun west, 
first south of Douglas av 

Broadway, from W. & E. canal 
south to Bluftton road, first west 
of Fulton 

Brandrifl", from Hoagland av, east 
to Webster, first north of Daw- 
son 

Buchanan, from Lafayette east to 
Hanna, first south of Lasselle 

Butler (East), from Calhoun east 
to Lafayette, first south of Wil- 
liams 

Butler (West), from Calhoun west 
to Fairfield av, first south of Wil- 
liams 

Calhoun (North), from Third north 
to canal feeder, first east of n 
Harrison 

Calhoun (North), from W & E 
canal north to St Marys river, 
first west of Clinton 

Calhoun (South), from W & E 
canal south to city limits, first 
west of Clinton 

Canal, from W & E canal south to 
Wayne, west of University 

Cass (North), from F W, J & S 
Ry track north to Sixth, first 
east of Weils 



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Cass (South), from St Marj's river 

south to Berry, first east of Ewing 
Cass (No. 2), from High north to 

Douglas, first west of Marion 
Cemetery road, first north of canal 

feeder, first west of G R & I Ry 

track 
Centre, from Maumee road south 

to Lewis, first east of Grove 
Centre (No. 2), from canal basin 

south to Fair, first west of Cherrj' 
Charley, fi'om Hanna east, first 

south of St Francis 
Charles, from Lafayette to Hanna, 

first south of Wallace 
Cherry, from Broadway west, first 

north of Taylor 
Chei-ry (No. 2), from canal basin 

south to St Marys river, first east 

of Centre 
Chicago, from Calhoun west to 

College, first north of P, F W & 

C Ry track 
Clark, from High north, first east 

of Barthold 
Cla}', from canal south to Lasselle, 

first east of Lafayette 
Clinton (North), from W & E 

canal north to St Marys river, 

first east of Calhoun 
Clinton (South), from W & E 

canal to Butler, first east of Cal- 
houn 
Colerick, from Fairfield av east to 

Hoagland av, first south of Bass 
College, from Berry south to Chi- 
cago, first west of Rockhill 
College (No. 2-, from Maumee 

road north to W & E canal, first 

east of Walter 
Columbia (East), from Calhoun 

east to Lafayette, first north of 

Main 
Columbia (North), from Cass west 

to Griffith, first north of W & E 

canal 
Columbia (Rockhill's 2d addition), 

from Osage east to Cherry, first 

north of Main 
Columbia (West), from Calhoun 

west to Harrison, first north of 

Main 
Comparet, from Maumee road 

north to Wayne, first east of 

King 



Court, from Main south to Berry, 
first west of Clinton 

Creighton av (East), from Calhoun 
east to Hanna, first south of 
DeWald 

Creighton av (West), from Calhoun 
west to Broadwav av, first south 
of DeWald 

Dawson, from Calhoun west to 
Hoagland av, first north of Wil- 
liams 

DeWald, from Hoagland av east 
to Hanna, first north of Creigh- 
ton av 

Division, from Maumee road south 
to T, W & W Ry track, first 
east of Harmer 

Douglas av, from Calhoun west to 
McClellan, first north of Brack- 
enridge 

Douglas, from Wells west, first 
south of Langohr 

Duck, from Calhoun cast to Barr, 
first north of Water 

Eagle, from Taylor south to Wal- 
nut, first west of Metz 

Edsall, from W & E canal south to 
Berr}', first west of Jackson 

Elm, from Maumee road south to 
Lewis, first east of Ohio 

Elm (No. 2), from St. Marys river 
west to St. Marys river, first 
south of Main 

Ewing, from St. Marys river south 
to George, first east of Griffith 

Fair, from St. Marys river west to 
St. Marj'S River, first south of 
Walnut 

Fairfield av, from George south to 
city limits, second west of Hoag- 
land av 

Fifth, from Wells east to n Cal- 
houn, first north of Fourth 

First, from Wells east to F W, J & 
S Ry track, first south of Second 

Force, from Herndon south, first 
east of John 

Fourth, from Wells east to n Cal- 
houn, first north of Third 

Fox, from Creighton av north, first 
east of Miner 

Francis, from W & E canal south 
to T, W & W Ry track, first east 
of Hanna 

Fulton, from Canal south to Jeffer- 
son, first west of Grifl"ith 



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Garden, from Washington south, 

first west of Nelson 
Gav, from P, F W & C Ry track 

south, first west of Smith 
George, from Broadway av east, 

first north of Lavina 
Grand, from Calhoun west to Kan- 
sas, south side T, W & W Ry 

track 
Grant, from Gay east to Thomas, 

first north of Horace 
Griffith, from St. Marys river south 

to George, first west of Ewing 
Grove, from Maumee road to south 

Lewis, first east of Elm 
Guthrie, from Broadway southwest 

to Lavina av, first north of T, W 
. & W Ry track 
Harmer, from W & E Canal south 

to T, \V & W Ry track, first 

east of Francis 
Hamilton, from Calhoun east to 

Lafayette, first south of Wallace 
Hanna, from W & E canal south 

to city limits, first east of Monroe 
Hanover, from W & E canal south, 

first east of College 
Harrison (North), from F W, J & 

S Ry track north to Sixth, first 

east n Cass 
Harrison (South), from St. Marys 

river south to city limits, first 

west of Calhoun 
Hendricks, from Fairfield av west, 

first south of Lavina 
Henry, fn'rm Hoagland av west to 

Broadway av, first north of 

Creighton av 
Henson, from Archer av south, 

third west of Wells 
Herndon, from Hanna east to T, 

W SiW Ry track, first north of 

Jones 
High (No. 2), from Archer av east, 

second west of Wells 
High, from Wells west to St. Marvs 

av, first north of F W, J & S Ry 

track 
Highland, from Calhoun west to 

Webster, first north of Dawson 
Hoagland av, from T, W & W Ry 

track south to city limits, first 

west of Webster 
Holman, from Calhoun east to 

Hanna, first south of Montgom- 
ery 



Hood, from Pritchard south to 
Wall, first west of Jackson 

Horace, from Hanna east, first 
south of Grant 

Hough, from Clay east to Hanna, 
first south of Holman 

Huestis av, from Thompson aveast 
to Bluff'ton road, first north of 
Maple av 

Hoffman, from Wells west, first 
north of canal feeder 

Jackson, from W & E canal south 
to Chicago, first west of Van- 
Buren 

James, from Leith south, first west 
of McLachlan 

Jane, from Leith south, first east of 
Calhoun 

Jeflerson (East), from Calhoun east 
to Division, first south of Wash- 
ington 

Jeflerson (West), from Calhoun 
west to Garden, first south of 
Washington 

John, from P, F W & C Ry track 
south to Charlie, first west of Jay 

Johnson, from Dawson soi'th, first 
east of Houghton av 

Jones, from Hanna east to Smith, 
first south of Herndon 

Kansas, from Melita north to T, W 
& W Ry track, first west of Web- 
ster 

Ke-ki-on-ga, from St Marys river 
east, first south of Spruce 

King, from Maumee road to 
Wayne, first east of Harmer 

Lafayette, from St Marys river 
south to city limits, first east of 
Barr 

Langohr, from West west, first 
north of Douglas 

Lass^lle, from Lafayette east to 
Hanna, first south of Charles 

Lavina av, from Taylor south, first 
west of Eagle 

Lavina, from Fairfield av west to 
Broadway av, first south of Jor- 
dan 

Leith, from Lafayette west to Cal- 
houn, first south of Pontiac 

Lewis (East), from Calhoun east 
to city limits, first south of Jefler- 
son 

Lewis (West), from Calhoun west 
to Ewing, first south of Jeflerson 
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Lillie, from Maumee road south, 
first east of Centre 

Locust alley, from Calhoun west to 
Jefferson, first north of Water 

Locust, from Fairfield av west to 
T, W & W Ry track, first north 
of Taylor 

McClellan, from Lewis south to 
Chicago, first west of Webster 

McCulloch, from Maumee road 
south to Lewis, first east of 
Grove 

McLachlan, from Leith south, first 
east of James 

Madison, from Barr east to Divis- 
ion, first south of Jefi"erson 

Madison (No. 2), from Grove east, 
first north of Lewis 

Maiden Lane, fi-om Berry north to 
W & E canal, first west of Har- 
rison 

Main (East), from Calhoun east to 
W & E canal, first north of Berry 

Main (West), from Calhoun west 
to city limits, first north of Berry 

Maple av, from Thompson av to 
BluiTton road, first south of Hues- 
tis av 

Marion, from High north to Doug- 
las, first west of Wells 

Maumee av, from St Joseph river 
northeast, first north of Maumee 
road 

Maumee, from Calhoun east to 
Clinton, first south of Holman 

Maumee road, from Harmer east 
to city limits, first south of Wash- 
ington 

Maumee road (old), from e Main 
bridge northeast, first north of 
Maumee river 

Mechanic, from canal basin south 
to F'air, first west of Centre 

Melita, from Harrison west to 
Hoagland av, first north of High- 
land 

Metz, from Cherry south to Guth- 
rie, first east of Broadway 

Mill, from canal basin east to Ful- 
ton, first north of W & E canal 

Miner, from Creighton av north, 
first east of Broadway av 

Monroe, from W & E canal south 
to Lasselle, first east of Clay 

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



Morrel, from Wall north to P, F 

W & C Ry track, first west of 

Broadway av 
Nelson, from Washington south to 

Chicago, first west of College 
Nirdlinger av, from Broadway west 

first south of Wall 
Oak, from Division east to Ohio, 

first south of Maumee road 
Ohio, from Maumee road south to 

T, VV & W Ry track, first east of 

Walnut 
Oliver, from P, F W & C Ry track 

south to Charley, first vvest of 

Thomas 
Osage, from canal basin south to 

Main, first west of Mechanic 
Park av, from Thompson av east 

to Bluffton road, first south of 

Maple av 
Park, from Cherry to Osage, first 

north of Main 
Pearl, from Harrison west to 

Broadway, first south of W & E 

canal 
Pine, from T, W cSj W Ry track 

south to Taylor, first west of 

Fairfield av 
Pittsburg, from Clay east to Hanna 

first south of Hough 
Plum, from Water north to St Ma- 
rys river, first west of Harrison 
Polk, from canal feeder east to 

F W, J & 8 Ry track, first north 

of canal basin 
Pontiac, from Hoagland av east to 

citv limits, first south of Sutten- 

field 
Poplar, from Fairfield av west to 

Oakley, first south of Walnut 
Prince, from Bass south, first west 

of Hoagland av 
Pritchard, from Broadway av west 

to Rockhill, first north of Chi- 
cago 
Railroad, from Calhoun east to 

Clinton, first south of Maumee 
Rockhill, from St Marys river south 

to Pritchard, first west of Union 
Rumsey av, from Cemetery road 

northeast, first north of canal 

feeder 
St Francis, from Lafayette east to 

Hanna, first south of Buchanan 
St Louis, from T, W & W Ry track 

west, first north of Locust 



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St Marys av, from canal basin north 

to citj limits, second west of Bar- 

thold 
Samuel, from Hanna east, first 

south of Horace 
Second, from W ells east to F W, J 

& S Ry track, first north of First 
Sixth, from Wells east to n Cal- 
houn, first north of Fifth 
Smith, from P, F W & C Ry track, 

south to Charley, first west of 

Oliver 
Spruce, from St Marys river east, 

first south of Main 
Spy Run av, from Water st bridge 

north, west side of St Josephs 

river 
Sturgis, from Fulton west to Broad- 
way', first south of Jeflerson 
Summit, from Division east to Elm, 

first north of Lewis 
Sultenfield, from Iloagland av east 

to Hanna, first south of Taber 
Taber, from Iloagland av east to 

Hanna, first south of Creig^-- 

ton av 
Taylor, from Fairfield av west to 

Lavina av, first south of Locust 
Third, from Wells east to n Cal- 
houn, first north of Second 
Thomas, from P, F W & C Ry 

track south to Charley, first east 

of Oliver 
Thompson av, from T W & W Ry 

track, south to city limits, first 

west of Bluflfton road 
Toledo, from Lafayette to Hanna, 

first north of Virginia 
Tyler av, from G R & I Ry track 

north-west to city limits, first 

north of Rumsev av 
Union, from Berry south to Pritch- 

ard, first west of Jackson 
University, from Maumee road 

north to W & E canal, first east 

of Comparet 
VanBuren, from St Marys river 

south to Pritchard, first west of 

Broadwav 



Virginia, from Lafayette east to 

Hanna, first south of Toledo 
Wall, from Broadway av west, first 

north of Nirdlinger av 
Wallace (East), from Lafayette 

east to Hanna, first south of Vir- 
ginia 
Wallace (West), from Calhoun east 

to Lafayette, first north of Ham- 
ilton 
Walnut, from Maumee road north 

to T, VV Si. W Ry track, first east 

of Division 
Walnut (No. 2), from Fairfield av 

east to Lavina av, first south of 

Taylor 
Walnut (No. 3), from St Marys 

river west to St Marys river, first 

south of Elm 
Walter, from Maumee road north 

to Wayne, first east of University 
Webster, fron^ Berry south to city 

limits, first west of Harrison 
Wefel, from High north, next west 

of Barthold 
Wells, from St Marys river north 

to city limits, first west of n Cass 
West, from Pritchard south to Chi- 
cago, first west of Hood 
Williams, from Lafayette west to 

Fairfield av, first south of Daw- 
son 
Wilt, from Broadway av west to 

Nelson, first south of JelTerson 
Washington (East), from Calhoun 

to College, first south of Wayne 
Washington (West), from Calhoun 

west to St Marys river, first 

south of Wayne 
Water (East), from Calhoun east 

to Clay, first north of W & E 

canal 
Water (West), from Calhoun west 

to Fulton, first north of W & E 

canal 
Wayne (East), from Calhoun east 

to city hmits, first south of Berry 
Wayne( West), from Calhoun west 

to College, first south of Berry 



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CITY GOVER]OIE]!^rT. 

Municipal Election, first Tuesday in May. 
Council meets on the second and fourth Tuesday evenings of 
each month, and at the call of the Mayor or five members. 

Council Chamber, City Hall Building, Barr Street, between 
Berry and Wayne. 

Councilmen. 
First Ward, H. N. Putnam, W. 



Municipal Officers. 

Mayor — Charles A. Zollinger 
Clerk— John M. Godown 
Treasurer — Charles M. Barton 
Attorney — Louis Newberger 
Marshal — Christopher Kelly 
Deputy Marshal — John McCann 
Assessor — Henry A. Steup 
Civil Engineer — Charles S. Brack- 

enridge 
Street Commissioner- Henry Trier 
Chief of Police— M. Singleton 
Chief of Fire Department — F. B. 

Vogel 



T. McKcan 
Second Ward— Chr. Hettler, M. 

Hamilton 
Third Ward— E. L. Chittenden, J. 

F. W. Meyer 
Fourth Ward — C. McCuUoch, 

Henry C. Grafte 
Fifth Ward— Geo. H. Wilson, P. 

Hahnhous 
Sixth Ward— N. DeWald, T. Ho- 

gan 
Seventh Ward — C. Tremmel, J. 

Iten 
Eighth Ward~H. Schnelker, H. 

Schone 
Ninth Ward— H. Stoll, C. Shaffer 



W. H. Myers 



BOARD OF HEAI.TII. 

Dr. I N. Rosenthal, President 



J. M. Josse 



COITSTTY OFFI€£R!S. 

Court House, between Calhoun and Court, south of Main 
and north of Berry. 

Judge of Circuit Court — Hon. 

Robert Lowry 
Judge of Criminal Circuit Court — 

Hon. Joseph Brackenridge 
Clerk— Wm. S. Edsall 
Prosecutmg Attorney — Joseph S. 

France 
Sheriff — Joseph D. Hance 
Recorder — ^John M. Koch 



Treasurer — ^John Ring 
Auditor — Henry J. Rudisill 
Surveyor — Wm. H. Goshorn 
Coroner — Augustus M. \N ebb 
Commissioners-John Begue, Jacob 

Hillegass, Harvey K. Turner 
Attorney— Hon. Robert C. Bell 
School Superintendent — ^Jeremiah 

Hillegass 



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285 



COURTS. 

Time of holding Courts in Allen Coxinty ; 



Circuit Court — Third Monday in 
February, second in May, third 
in September and fifth in Sep- 
tember. Hon. Robert Lowry, 
Judge. 



Criminal Court — First Monday in 
April and first in October — six 
months a term. Hon. Joseph 
Brackenridge, Judge 



WAYIfiE TOWlIf SHIP OFFICERS. 



Justices of the Peace — ^James E. 

Graham, Daniel Rvan, A. H. 

Bittinger, J. Dolin, E. P. Edsall 
Constables — H. Westi-umb, John 

Robins, Michael Yancey, A. H. 

Kelsey, James O'Shaughnessy 



Supervisors — Michael Koehler, F. 
Stellhorn, Martin Spenlee, Dan- 
iel Ulmstead, C. Baada, S. H. 
Burt, Fred. Fahlsing 

Trustee— John E. Hill 



FFOFRAIi OFFICERS. 



Postmaster — J. J. Kamm 
Collector of Internal Revenue — 
George Moon 



Pension Agent — Hiram Iddings 
Register in Bankruptcy — Col. R. 
S. Robertson 



FIRE OEPARTHESrr. 



Chief Engineer — F. B. Vogel 
Assisiant Engineer — M. M. Kelley 
Second Assistant — R. Rossington 
Alert No. i, Hook and Ladder Co. 

n w cor Clinton and Berry, Geo. 

W. Swain, driver 
Steamer No. 2, " the Vigilant," n e 

cor Court and Berry, John M. 

Graff, engineer 
Steamer No. 3, " Frank Randall," 

n e cor Court and Berry, George 

R. Clark, engineer 



Steamer No. 4, " Mad Anthonj- 
Wayne," n e cor Court and Berry 
, engineer 

Torrent Engine Co. No. 3, George 
Slocum, foreman 

Protection Engine Co. No. 5, Bass 
opp. Prince, John Baumana, fore- 
man 

Rescue Engine Co. No. 6, Seventh 
Ward engine house, Peter J. 
Mettler, foreman 



BOARD OF EOIJCATIO^ir. 



Alfred P. Edgerlon, president 
Pliny Hoagland, secretary 
John S. Irwin, M.D. treasurer 



James H. Smart, superintnedent of 
schools, office in High School 
building 

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POLK, MURPHY & CO S 



PUBUC JSCHOOIiJS. 



High School, e Wayne nr Clinton, 
Robert M. Wright, A.B. princi- 
pal 

Jefferson School, s w cor w Jeffer- 
son and Griffith, Miss Carrie B. 
Sharp, principal 

Clay School, n w cor Washington 
and Clay, Miss Mary L. Thomp- 
son, principal 

Hoagland School, n e cor Hoagland 
av and Butler, Sarah E. Smith, 
principal 

Washington School, s w cor Union 
and Washington, Miss Nettie 
Mark, principal 



Hanna School, s w cor Hanna and 
Wallace, Miss Maggie McPhail, 
principal 

Bloomingdale School, cor Bowser 
and Marion, Agnes J. O'Connor, 
principal 

Harmer School, cor Harmer and 
Jefferson, Margaret A. Arm- 
strong, principal 

East German School, n w cor 
Washington and Clay, John J. 
Weber, principal 

West German School, cor Web- 
ster and Washington, Carl 
Shwarz, principal 



MI!S€KLIiAJr£OU!S JSCKOOI^S. 



Concordia College, Colleges bet e 
Washington and Maumee road. 
Established in 1861. Prof. G. 
Shick, old languages; Prof. Otto 
Hauser, theology and general 
history, also director; Prof. R. 
Bischoff, old languages; Prof. H. 
Diederich, English language; 
Prof. A. Crull, Gennan lan- 
guage; Prof. H. Dueinling, math- 
ematics and physics; Prof. J. H. 
Ungemach, music. No. of pu- 
pils, 185 

Fort Wayne College, at head of 
Wayne. Officers of the Board 
of Trustees — Rev. W. S. Birch, 
pres.; Rev. H. J. Meek, sec'y; 
John M. Miller, treas.; Rev. S. 
C. Miller, agent. Faculty — Rev. 
Reuben D. Robinson, A. iM. pres- 
ident, mathematics, Latin, men- 
tal and moral science ; Rev. 
W. O. Pierce, A. M. vice- 
pres., Greek and normal dep't; 
Mrs. Z. F. Pierce, botany; Miss 
Lucy E. Robinson, English lit- 



erature; Rev. H. C Owen, com- 
mercial department; Dr. H. V. 
Sweringen, pharmacy; Mrs. M. 
Hood, French and department 
of art; Rev. R. S. Reed, ancient 
history; Mrs. Mary Reed, mat- 
ron; Miss Addie Granger, pri- 
mary department 

District School, s e cor Hench and 
Beck, David R. Archer, princi- 
pal 

P'ort Wayne Commercial College, 
30 and 32 e Main, Thomas Pow- 
ers, principal; A. K. Godshall, 
penman 

German School, s s Hoffman w of 
Wells, John Obrecht, teacher 

St. Marys School, s w cor Lafayette 
and Jefferson, Joseph Buechler, 
teacher 

St. Pauls German Lutheran School 
n e cor Barr and Madison 

St Peters Roman Catholic School, 
s w cor Hanna and St Francis, 
M. Roos, teacher. Average at- 
tendance, So 



BA]Oi:!Si. 



Allen Hamilton & Co. 44 Calhoun 
First National Bank, s e cor Court 
and Main , capital $300,000, or- 
ganized May, 1863, J. D. Nutt- 
man, pres. L. Hartman, cashier 
Fort Wayne National Bank, s w 
cor Main and Clinton, capital 



$350,000, organized 1S65, S. B. 
Bond, pres. J. D Bond, cashier 
Merchants' National Bank, n w 
cor Main and Calhoun, organi- 
zed 1S65, capital $100,000, S. C. 
Evans, pres. C M. Dawson, 
cashier 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY, 



2S7 



I]!lf€ORPORAT£I> EaTSTITrTIOUfS. 



Bass Foundry and Machine Works 
cor Hanna and F W and W Ry 
tracks, established 1853, incor- 
porated 1S73, capital stock $500- 
000, J. H. Bass, pres. J. I. White, 
sec'y, R. J. Fisher, treasurer 

Clark & Rhinesmith Lumber Co. 
n s Wallace bet Lafayette and 
and Clinton, John H. Clark, 
pres. Jas. 11. Simonson, sec'y 

Fort Wayne Conservatory of Mu- 
sic, n s Main e of Calhoun, orga- 
nized 1S71, capital $5,000, Almon 
K. Virgil, principal, Charles F. 
W. Meyer, sec'y 

Fort Wayne Gas Light Co. s e cor 
Water and Barr, organized 1855, 
capital $225,000, A. P. Edgerton, 



pres. A. C. Probasco, sec'y, R. 
E Fleming, treas 

Fort Wayne Organ Co- e s Fair- 
field av nr city limits, incorpora- 
ted 1871, S. B. Bond, pres't, J. 
D. Bond, treas., G. E. Bursley, 
sec'y 

Gazette Printing Co. 25 w Main, 
Organized August 12th, 1873, 
capital $30,000, J. J. Grafton, 
pres't and gen'l manager, C. G. 
Smith, sec'y and treas 

Sentinel Printing Co. cor Calhoun 
and \\ a^-ne, capital $35,000, R. 
C. Bell, pres't 

Perkins Engine Co. 16 w Colum- 
bia, J. S. Larwill, pres't, George 
Esmond, sec'y and treas 



RAII.ROA]>!S. 



Cincinnati, Richmond & Ft Wayne, 
offices, freight and passenger de- 
pots with Pittsburgh, Ft Wayne 
and Chicago railway, C. E. Gor- 
ham, manager, J. ^I. Metheany, 
sup't 

Fort Wayne, Jackson & Saginaw, 
office, freight and passenger de- 
pots cor First and Railroad, 
Bloomingdale, P. B Loomis, 
pres't, Jackson, W. A. Ernst, 
sup't, Jackson, H. Bromly, agent 

Fort W'ayne, Muncie & Cincinnati, 
offices First bet n Cass and Rail- 
road, freight and passenger de- 
pots cor First and Railroad. W. 
W.Worthington, sup't, J. FL Han- 
ley, freight agent 

Grand Rapids & Indiana, offices, 
freight and passenger depots with 
Pittsburgh, Ft Wayne and Chi- 
cago railroad, W O. Ilughart, 
pres't, Grand Rapids, C. E. Gor- 
iiam, manager, J. M Metheany, 
sup't s.outhern division 



Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago, 
office e s Clinton bet Holman and 
Railroad, freight depot n e cor 
Clinton and Railroad, passenger 
depot n w cor Clinton and Rail- 
road, C. E. Gorham, ass't gen'l 
manager, C. D Gorham, sup't 
western division 

Toledo, Wabash & Western, office 
Fairfield av cor Railroad, freight 
depot s w cor Calhoun and Rail- 
road, passenger depot s e cor 
Calhoun and railroad, J. D. Cox, 
pres't, Toledo, C. W'. Bradley, 
ass't sup't, W L. Malcolm, gen'l 
passenger agent, A M. Bracken- 
ridge, agent 



City Street Railway, office s w cor 
Main and Calhoun, organized 
1 87 1, capital $50,000, J. H. Bass, 
pres't. G. E. IBursley, sec'y, tz-eas 
and sup't 



CEimSTERIES. 



Achtos Vashcholom Congregation 
(Jewish), Broadway bet T, W & 
W and P, F W k C railways, 
A. Oppenheimer and G. Redel- 
sheimer, trustees 



Catholic, west of city limits. 

Michael Mommer, sexton 
German Lutheran (St. Johns), 

Bluft'ton road 3 miles s w from 

citv 



POLK, MURPHY & go's 



CEHETHRrE^— Continued. 



German Lutheran Cemetery and 
Emanuel (St. Pauls), New Haven 

road nr city limits, Shrader, 

sup't 

Lindenwood, Huntington road i 



mile west of city, John H. Dos- 
well, sup't 
New Catholic, Hicksville State 
road 1 3^ miles east of city limits, 
Henry Sullivan, sup't 



CHCRCHKIS. 



Baptist. 

First Baptist, n s Jefferson bet Har- 
rison and Webster, Rev, J R. 
Stone, pastor 

Catholic. 

Roman Catholic Cathedral, e s Cal- 
houn bet Lewis and Jefferson, 
Rt. Rev. Joseph Dwenger, D.D. 
Bishop 

St. Marys, s e cor Lafayette and 
Jefferson, Rev. Joseph Radema- 
cher, pastor 

St. Pauls, s e cor Griffith and w 
Washington, Rev. Edward Koe- 
nfg, pastor 

St. Peters (German), s \v cor Han- 
na and St. Francis, Rev. John 
Wehmhoff, pastor 



Congregational. 

Plymouth Congregational, n w cor 
Washington and Fulton, Rev. J. 
B. Fairbank, pastor 



Episcopalian. 

C^'urch of the Good Shepherd, s s 
Holman e of Calhoun, Rev. Wal- 
ter Scott, rector 

Trinity, n w cor Berry and Fulton, 
Rev. Colin C Tate, rector 



Evangelical. 

Evangelical Associalion, n e cor of 
Clinton and Holman, Jacob 
Schmidli, pastor 



Hebrew. 

Achduth Vascholom, w s Harrison 
s of Wayne, Rev. Edward Rubin, 
rabbi 



Lntheran. 



English Trinity Lutheran, s e cor 

e Wayne and Clinton, Rev. S. 

Wagenhals, pastor 
St. Johns German Evangelical 

Lutheran, s e cor w Washington 

and VanBuren, Rev. John Ku- 

cher, pastor 
St. Pauls German Lutheran, w s 

Barr n of Madison, Wm. Shiler, 

pastor 



Methodist Episcopal. 

Berry Street, n e cor Harrison and 

Berry, Rev. J. Colclazer, pastor 
Centenary, s e cor Harrison and 

Dawson, Rev. P. Carland, pastor 
Wayne Street, s w cor Broadway 

and w Wayne, Rev A. Marine, 

pastor 
African, n e cor e W^ayne and 

Francis 



Presbyterian. 

First Presbyterian, s e cor Clinton 
and e Berry, Rev, D. W. Moffat, 
pastor 

Second Prasbyterian, s s Berry bet 
Webster and Ewing, Rev. W J. 
Erdman, pastor 

Third Presbyterian, n e cor Hol- 
man and Calhoun, Rev. J Wood, 
pastor 



Reformed. 

German Reformed, e s Clinton n 
of e Wayne, Rev. Christian Baun, 
pastor 



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289 



Hall, north-west corner Calhoun and Berry streets. 



Wayne Lodge, No. 25, F. & A. M. 
meets first Tuesday on or before 
full moon. A. H, Hamilton, W. 
M.; P. R. Grund, sec'y 

Home Lodge, No. 342, F. & A. M. 
meets first Tuesday in each 
month, in Postotfice building. 
Joseph Whan, W M ; David 
Howes, S W 

Sol D. Bayless' Lodge, No. 359, F. 
& A-. M. Meets second Mon- 
day in each month. J. J White, 
W M ; Geo. D. Crane, S W 

Summit City Lodge, No. 170. 
meets first Friday in each month. 

Ft. Wayne Chapter, No. 19, R. A. 
M. meets first Wednesday in 
each month J. A. Stellwagon, 
H P ; Daniel Gibson, K 

Ft. Wayne Council, No. 4, R. & S. 
M. meets second Wednesday 
in each month. A. H. Hamil- 
ton, T I G M ; Wm. H. Bab- 
cock, D G M I 



Ft. Wayne Commandery, No. 4, 
K. T. meets first and third 
Thursdays in each month. O. D. 
Ilurd, E C ; J. S. Fields, Rec 



A. & A. Scot. Rite of Free Ma- 
sonry. 

Ft. Wayne Consistory meets sec- 
ond Thursday in each month. 
J. A. Stellwagon, 111 C-in-Chief; 
Orson Smith, 111 ist Lieut-Com; 
A. H. Hamilton, 111 2d Lieut- 
Corn 

Ft Wajne Chapter of Rose Croix, 
meets second Thursday in each 
month. Jos. Stellwagon, M W 
& P M ; S. H. Shoaff, M E & P 
K S W 

Council of P. of J. meets second 
Thursday in each month. A. H, 
Hamilton, M E S P G M ; Jos. 
A. Stellwagon, G H P S D 

Lodge of Perfection, meets sec- 
ond Thursday m each month, 
A. H. Hamilton, T P G M ; Jo.«. 
A. Stellwagon, D G M 



Hall in Post-Office Building. 



Ft. Wayne Lodge, No, 14, meets 

every Monday night 
Harmony Lodge, No. 19, meets 

every Thursday evening 



Concordia Lodge, No. 22S, meets 
every Wednesday evening 
Summit Encampment, No. 16, 
meets first and third Friday even- 
ings in each month 



OTH£R ISKCRET i§iO€I£TIE!S. 



Improved Order of Red Men. 

Mauiiiec UVibe, No. 23, meets ev- 
ery Tuesday night at hall over 
No. So Calhoun 

Chippewa Tribe, No 2(\ meets 
every Tuesday night at hall s w 
cor Berry and Harrison 

O. U. A. M. 

Decatur Council, No. 4, meets 
every Thursday evening, at th' ir 
liall s w cor Berry and ilarrison 



Good Templars. 

Home Lodge, No. 5S5, meets ev- 
ery Monday evening at Jacobs' 
hall, Calhoun-st 

Summit City Lodge No. 14, meets 
every I'riday evening at Tem- 
perance hall, cor Berry and Har- 
rison 



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POLK, MURPHV & CO S 



irn[l»€£L.I.A:^EOUS iiststitittioxs. 



Cigar Makers' Union, No. 73, 
meets first Saturday in each 
month, rt Lessinger hall. Hen- 
ry Fanth, pres't ; Frank Weis- 
mantel, sec'y 

Evangelical Lutheran Hospital 
Association of Fort Wayne, or- 
ganized April 16, 1869, ineets j 
quarterly at 260 Calhoun Rev. 
W. Stubnatzy, pres't ; August i 
L. Selle, sec'y and treas I 

Ft. Wayne Catholic Circulating i 
Library, Library hall, n w cor 
Lewis and Calhoun, open Thurs- j 
days from 7 to S.30 p m, Sundays t 
2 to 3 and 7 to 8 30 p m. Philip 
J. Singleton, librarian ; Levi i 
Menary, ass't librarian ! 

Ft. Wayne Catholic Circulating 1 
Library Association, meets last 
Thursday in each month at Li- ; 
brary hall, cor Lewis and Cal- 
houn Rev. J. Brammer, spirit- 1 
ual director ; John Ring, pres't ; 1 
John J. Noll, sec'y 

Ft. Wayne Choral Union, con- 
nected with the F W Conserva- 
tory of Music, meets every Friday 
evening for practice. A. K. Vir- 
gil, director ; C. F. W. Meyer, 
sec'y 

Ft. Wayne Hatters' Association, 
organized 1872, meets first Tues- 
day in each month, at Strodel's 
hall. Jas. C. Walsh, pres't; Jas. 
P. Harper, sec'y 

Ft Wayne Saengebund. fleets 
every Tuesday and Saturday 
evenings at 54 e Main. Emil 
Haberkorn, pres't; Charles 
Droeger, sec'y 

Ft Wayne Typographical Union, 
No. 78, meets first Sunday in ^ach 
month ovei 27 Calhoun. }I. P. 
Jones, pres't; G. H. Marr, cor 
sec'y 

Irish Catholic Benevolent Associ- 
ation, meets fourth Sunday in 
each month at their hall, cor 
Lewis and Calhoun D Qiiin- 
lan, pres't ; Philip J. Singleton, 
sec'y 

Lafayette Benevolent Society, Hall 
in Taylor's block, Barr-st A. 



H. Carier, pres't ; John Laurent, 
sec'y 

Mendelssohn Literary Musical 
Club, meets at the F W Co ser- 
vatory of Music every other Tues- 
day evening, A. K. Virgil, di- 
rector 

Nimrod Sporting Club of Fort 
Wayne, meets first Tuesday in 
each month at Strodel's hall. 
J. P. Harper, pres't ; Wm. H. 
Chamberlain, sec'y; W. S. \\ ood. 
treas 

Society of the Home of the Friend- 
less, meets last Friday in each 
month. Mrs H. Doty, pres't: 
Mrs. L. M. Ninde, treas ; Mrs. 
A. A. Purman, sec'y 

St. Joseph's Hospital, s w cor 
Main and Broadway, Mother 
Prudentia, sister superior 

Young Men's Christian Associa- 
tion. Free reading rooms in 
Postoffice building, open every 
evening. Prayer meeting Sun- 
day evenings 



Building, Lioan and Saving 
' Associations. 

Citizens' Building, Loan and Sav- 
ings Association, meets on Wed- 
nesday evening following the 
24th of each month at the office 
of L. Dessauer & Co T Hutch- 
inson, pres't ; D S. Redels- 
heimer. sec'y 

Franklin Building, Loan and Sav- 
ing Association, meet first Thurs- 
day after 24th of each month, at 
7 e Main, Geo. Crane, pres't; 
E A Horton, sec'y 

German Building, Loan and Saving 
Association No. i, meets 26th of 
every month at C Rau's, 121 
Calhoun sf. John M. Koch, pres; 
M. App, treas; C. Rau, sec'y 

German Building, Loan and Sav- 
ing Association No. 2, meets 24th 
of every month at C. Rau's, 121 
Calhoun st. M, Heingartner, 
pres; VVm Jacob, treas; C. Rau, 
sec'y 



FORI' WAYNE DIRECTORY, 



291 



German Building, Loan and Sav- 
ing Association Xo. 3, meets 1st 
of each month at C- Rau's, 121 
Calhoun st. II. Tag, pies; H 
Gratsch, treas; C. Rau, secy 

German Building, Loan and Sav- 
ing Association No 4, meets 2Sth 
of every month at C. Rau's, 121 
Calhoun st Joseph Leifels, pres; 
G. Rapp, treas; C. Rau, sec'y 

German Building, Loan and Sav- 
ing Association No. 5, meets 22d 
of e\erv month at C Rau's, 121 
Calhoun st. A. Schoenbein, pres; 
J. V'ordermark, treas; C. Rau, 
Sec'y 

German Building, Loan and Sav- 
ing Association No. 6, meets 20th 
of every month at C. Rau's, 121 
Calhoun st. L. Schirmeier, pres; 
H. Helmkamp, treas; C. Rau, 
sec'y 

German Building, Loan and Sav- 
ing Association No. 7, meets 3d 
of everv month at C Rau's, 121 



Calhoun st. J. Leifels, pres; M. 
Gruber, treas; C Rau, sec'y 

German Building, Loan and Sav- 
ing Association of P'ort Wayne. 
Ind. meets iirst Tuesday after 
the 2Sth of each month at 260 
Calhoun. C. A. Kampe, pres; C- 
Reese, treas; A. L. Selle, sec'y 

German Society, meets every Mon- 
day at Ewing's hall. F. Leutz, 
pres't ; W. Stotz, vice-pres't ; 
Louis Traub, treas 

German Washington Loan and 
Saving Association, meets fourth 
Wednesday in each month at 
St Marys Hall. II. Monning, 
pres't; J. G. Fledderman, treas; 
John B. Monning, sec'y 

Lafayette Building, Loan and Sav- 
ing Association, meet first Thurs- 
day after the 24th of each nionth 
at Lafajette Hall, Barr st. Isaac 
Lauferty, pres; C. F. Eme, treas; 
CM. Barton, sec'y 



PlBIuIC HA1.1.!S>, BlKLDrsrOS, &c. 



Barr Street Market House, s e cor 
Barr and Bcrrv 

Burgess Block, s e cor Main and 
Court 

City Hall, Barr bet Berry and 
Wayne 

Court House, bet Calhoun and 
Court s of Main 

Foellinger's Block, 34 and 36 Cal- 
houn 

Hamilton Hall Building, \v s Cal- 
houn, bet Main and Berry 

Kane's Block, s s Main bet Cal- 
houn and Harrison 

Keystone Block, w s Calhoun s of 
Columbia 



Hibernia Hall, 176 Calhoun cor 
Lewis 

MacDougal's Block, n w cor Cal- 
houn and Berry 

Masonic Hall, n \v cor Calhoun 
and Berry " 

Miner Block, n e cor Clinton and 
Main 

Odd Fellows' Hall, Postoffice build- 
ing 

Phoenix Block, w s Calhoun n of 
Main 

Post Office, e s Court, s of Main 

Red Men's Hall, 37 w Berry 

Turners' Hall, 3d lloor, 62 Cal- 
houn 



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AICTWKRP, OmO, 

Is a small village of some 1,200 inhabitants, situated in Caryall 
township, Paulding county, between the Maumee river and the 
Wabash and Erie canal. It is distant from Fort Wayne twenty- 
two miles, via Toledo, Wabash & Western Railway, and four 
and one-half miles from Indiana state line. The products 
of this town are principally grain and timber (hardwood), the 
village being in the midst of as valuable a timber belt as can be 
found in the State. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Antwerp Furnace Co. Wm. 

Sales, manager 
Antwerp Gazette, Will. 

E. Osborn, proprietor 
Antwerp Hub and Spoke Co. 

Harris, Deering & Co. 
Applegate Oliver S. meat mar- 
ket 
Barnett David J. livery stable 
Blair T. W. barber 
Cummings Dr. K. agent T, W 

& W railway 
Dalton Thomas, jeweler 
Dunderraan Jacob, carriage- 
maker 
Emanuel A. D. physician 
Exchange House, A. Els- 
worth, proprietor 
George Henry, general store 
Oordon lieiris l§i. attorney 

and land agent 
Gordon Brothers, hardware and 

stoves 
Graves & Co. flouring mills 
Hallinan Thomas, blacksmith 
Harris Charles & Co. stave 

manufacturers 
Harris, Tanner & Co. saw mill 
Harris & Co. dry goods 
Hertel Philip, blacksmi h 
Hill W. J. grocer 



Hoag Rev. Charles (Methodist) 
Hockaday Miss Kate, millinery 
Hughs D. S. city treasurer 
Jones Thomas J. mayor, 
justice of the peace, and 
insurance and United States 
Express Co. agent 
Jones W. A. physician 
Lamphier Oscar, saloon 
McCann Archie C. physician 
McDannel Adam, drugs and 

medicints 
McDonald Robert, meat market 
McNab Wm. blacksmith 
Mansian Michael, saloon 
Minuma & Bails, bakery 
Mooney P. H. boots and shoes 

and billiard hall 
Munch George, saloon 
Murphy Mrs. Emeline, post- 
mistress 
Islyswander R. E. & Co. gen- 
eral store 
Osborn David 'N, attor- 

ney-at-law 
Osborn Will E. proprietor 
Gazette and dealer in books 
and stationery 
Perry Mrs. O. F. milliner 
Root & Bros, oar factory 
Rymers John T. dry goods, &c 



FORT WAYNE I>lRECTORY. 



293 



Schilb Andrew, grocer 
Snook W. N. & Son. dry goods, 
Sullivan Martin, saloon 
Terwilleger Geo. B. carpenter 
Underwood, H. F. attor- 
ney-at-law 



Weismantel Frank, gro- 
ceries and saloon 
White B. J. harness-maker 
Young & Knapp, hardware 
Zuber Bros, grocer 



^^^ ^ 

The seat of Justice for DeKalb county, is situated on the west 
bank of Big Cedar Creek, near the centre of the county, about 
twenty-three miles north of Fort Wayne on the Fort Wayne, 
Jackson & Saginaw Railroad. It was settled in 1836. Popula- 
tion, 1,800. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Abright & Shepherd, jewelers 
Ashley Engelbert, wagon-ma- 
ker 
Auburn Courier, T. C. Mays, 

publisher 
Auburn House, J. A. 
Robinson, proprietor. See 
adv 
Auburn Manufacturing Co. 

spoke manufacturers 
Auburn Woolen Manufactur- 
turing Co. T. D. Gross, 
manager 
Baker & Bro. bakers 
Baldock Thomas, carpenter 
Beard V. A. grocer 
Berry Ephraim, planing mill 
Beugnot C A Co. manu- 
facturers of flour barrel staves 
and circled headings 
Beuret Jules, stoves and tin- 
ware 
Bowers Lewis, flouring mill 
Brandon Peter, bri( k yard 
Breese James D. agent Singer 

sewing machine co 
Breese Mrs. Mary, millinery 
Cannon & Steele, painter 



Case J. W. scroll factory 
Casebeer E. L. agent F W, J 

& S railroad 
Casebeer J. B. physician 
Clark T. A. saw mill 
Cowan J. A. physician 
Curtis Oeo. O. foreman 

Cases' scroll factory 
Daly Andrew, billiard saloon 
Davenport F, E. & Co. drug- 
gists 
Davis J. L. hardware 
Edgerton Wm. barber 
Ehlers John H. druggist 
EUdridge & Ranier, grocers 
Elson Richard, dentist 
Ensley George, brick yard 
Ensley Nicholas, county treas- 
urer 
Ford & Patterson, lumber 
Ford & Spooner, physicians 
Gordon & Roth, photographers 
Griswold James, insurance 

agent 
Orosh & Tarney, flour- 
ing mill 
Hoffman Daniel Z. county recor- 
der 

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Hornisk W. B. tailor 

Hull & Wolf, ha'-ness makers 

Klotz Charles, tailor 

Kruer John, ashery 

Lanning Joseph K. county 

clerk 
Lauferty Samuel, clothing 
Long William, furniture 
Long & Heusted, meat market 
Mclntyre William, county au- 
ditor 
McQuiston Wm. H. dry goods 
McQuiston & Benedict, con- 
fectionery 
Markle Murray C. meat mar- 
ket 
Martin Misses C. & M. millin- 
ery 
Martin & Hogue, millinery 
Martin & Raselur, harness man- 
ufacturers 
Martin & Sons, hardware 
Mauerhan Chas. barber 
Mays T. C. publisher Auburn 

Courier 
Miller & Casebeer, dry goods 
Mitchell Jacob, saw-mill 
Penfield & Moody, lawyers 
Peterson 11. C. lawyer 
Plum Guy, lawyer 
Pommert ISamuel, shav- 
ing and hair-cutting rooms. 
All work neatly done 



Ralston S. W. & Son, dry 

goods 
Remmel Mrs. Anna, operator 

Am telegraph co 
Rickel John W. lawyer 
Robinson J. A. proprietor 

Auburn House. See adv 
Rose & Hartman, attor- 

ney-at-law and collection 

agents. See adv 
Ryan & Mader, livery-stable 
Sebring David A. physician 
Shaffer C. C. furniture 
Shaffer J. W. wagon-maker 
Sheffer W. & Bro. lumber 
iSlianer E. S. agent D, E R 

& I railroad, also operator 

W U telegraph co 
Smith C. G. liquors 
Snyder William, blacksmith 
Spott S. W. & Son, boots and 

shoes 
Stahl George W. tailor 
Strebe F. E. boots and shoes 
Swineford Bros, hotel 
Tarney S. U. grocer 
Thomas Isaac H.planing- 

mill, moulding, turning, &c 
\ Totten T. B. hats and caps 
Vordermark E. & Sons, boots 

and shoes 
Wood Henry, produce 
Yandes S. L. postmaster 



rose; ek hartman^ 




COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO IN 
NORTHERN INDIANA. 

Ha,A^c tlie Only A.l»stra.cts of the Keoovdls in 
DeKa^llj Coxinty. 



FORT WAYNE DIREC1X)RY. 



295 



OW13i 



J, A, ROBINSON, Proprietor. 

Special Attention given to Commercial Men. 



LIVERY STABLE ATTACHED. Terms Reasonable. 

BliUFFTOHr, 

The capital of Wells county, is on the south bank of the Wabash 
river, and on the line of the Fort Wayne, Muncie & Cincinnati 
Railroad, twenty-five miles south of Fort Wayne and ninety 
miles north-east of Indianapolis. Bluffton is situated in the 
midst of a good agricultural region, and enjoys a good trade with 
the people of the county. Several manufactories are in prosper- 
ous condition. Population about 2,500. It was settled in-1838. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Acton John & Co. wagon- 
maker 
Alexander & Gillium, billiard 

saloon 
Arnold, Bliss & Co. dry good-, 

&c 
Ball C. A. operator W U tele- 
graph CO 
Barker J. H. patent medicines 
Bassett Wm. H. carpenter 
Bender Harrison, marble works 
Bennett James R. county re- 
corder 
Bennet M. J. dressmaking 
Bennett Win. H. eating 

saloon, confectionery, &c 
Bergens & White, saw mill 
Bliss J. & Co. hardware 
Blue Michael C. county auditor 
Borden John, harness maker 
Brackenridge G. W. spoke fac- 
tory 



Bugh John W. physician 
Bugh & Co. druggists 
Burgan C S. proprietor 

Burgan house. See adv 
Burwell & Hartin, attor 

neys at law and real estate 

agents. See adv 
Christman F. baker 
Clark Charles, lumber dealer 
Clark W. R. S. physician 
Cla)ton John T. grist mill 
Covert Oliver, dentist 
Craig & Hackett, publishers 

Bluffton Banner 
Crosby Mrs. A. J. millinery 
Crosby T. H. physician and 

surgeon 
Cummins B. F. physician 
Currey & Rogers, dry goods, 

&c 
Dailey Joseph S. prosecuting 

attorney 



296 



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]>aUey & Mock, attorneys 

at law 
Davis J. W. notary public 
Deam E. A. & Co. dry goods 
Dougherty John, livery stable 
Erler John M. grocer 
Evans E. grocer 
Exchange Bank, J. Studebaker 

&Co 
Hxchan^e Hotel, Thos. 
H. Gutelius, proprietor. See 
adv 
Feefer John G. blacksmith 
Fenton Uranes, dentist 
Freeman J. W, & Co. drug- 
gists 
Frees Herman, grocer 
Gettel J. W. blacksmith 
Gettel Martin H. cigar maker 
Gettel & Kenagys, flour mill 
Gottschalk & Sunier, boots and 

shoes 
Groves Hiram, meat mark'et 
Outelias Tbos. S[. pro- 
prietor Exchange hotel. See 
adv 
Gutelius W. A. druggist 
Harnish G. A. photographer 
Hillegass W. J. lawyer 
Holmes L. L. farm implements 
Hortman & Manzer, 

physicians 
Horton & Co. manufacturers of 

corn planters 
Hughes David, pump-maker 
Humphrey & Tribolet, cloth- 
ing 
Johnston Wm. ph) sician 
Kain J. C. dry goods 
Karns C. H. wagon-maker 
Keely Sebastian, dry goods 
Kellogg F. N. books and sta- 
tionery. Also postmaster 
Kline C. J. barber 
Krill Henry, hardware, &c 
McBride & Bro. furniture 



McCleery James R. county 

clerk 
McCleery, Samuel, boots and 

shoes 
McDowell Erastus B. painter 
McFadden John, general store 
McFarren Geo. F. grocer 
Matthews M. J. millinery 
Melsheimer Chas. T. physician 
Miller M. books, stationery ;, 

&c. 
Mitchell O. C. harness, &c 
Mock Levi, mayor of Blufifton 
Morrison J. F. barber 
Mosure Ephraim, boots and 

shoes 
Nimmons W. B. manufacturer 

of staves 
North J & Bro. lumber 
Ogden John, county treasurer 
Oppenheimer S. dry goods 
Peppard I. H. grocer 
Peter Adam, shoemaker ■ 
Poffenberger E. meat market 
Pratt Wm. A. agent Singer sew- 
ing machine co. 
Quick Charles G. jewelry, &c 
Read M. hardware, &c 
Ridgley J. H. millinery 
Ridgley & Linn, millinery 
Buckman Jas. W. publisher of 

Blufifton Chronicle 
Santee E. blacksmith 
Schaffer C. & Son, livery 
Schaufelbarger & Smith, staves 

and heading 
Schlesinger Nathan, clothing, 

&c 
Srhrock & Workman, furniture 
Sewell & Wilson, dry goods 
Sickner Mrs. R. millinery, &c 
Smith J. G. job printer 
Smith J. H. C. grocer 
Spark J. W. agent Ft W, M & 

C railroad and Am Ex Co 
Stout Jacob, grocer 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 297 



Studebaker John, flax mill 
Sturgis J. E. & Bro. druggists 
Sturgis & Robinson, dentists 
Thoma Henry, furniture 
Todd & Rinehart, lawyers 
Townsend Amos & Co. foun- 
ders 
VanHorn John, flouring mill 



Welch Hichael, tailor 
Wiecking William cigar manu- 
facturer 
Wiley Justus, meat market 
Wilhelm & Estabrook, agricul- 
tural implements 
Williams James B. produce 
dealer 



Walmer Henry, boots and shoes ' Williams Mrs. J. G. millinery 
Waring, Sales & Co. flouring Wilson & Davis, lawyers 
mill ' Wisell Wm. W. sheriff Wells co 

BURGAN HOUSE, Bluffton, Ind., 

C S. BXJRG^AIV, Prop'r. 

Corner of Johnson and Market Streets, 

ONE SQUARE WEST OF THE COURT HOUSE. 



LIVERY ATTACHED. . TERMS REASONABIiE. 

A. BUBWBLL. A. N. MARTIN. 

BVRWELIi & MARTIJ^, 

ATTORNEYS -AT- LAW 

And Real Estate Agents, 

OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE, 

THOS. HI. a-XJTELITJS, 

PROPRIETOR, 

BLXJirFTO]V, I]VDIA]VA. 

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298 



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€Or.U]!nBIA CITY. 

A flourishing incorporated village of 3,000 inhabitants, situ- 
ated on the Blue river, and at the crossing of the Pittsburgh, 
Fort Wayne and Chicago Railroad with the Detioit and Eel 
River Railroad, 19 miles northwest of Fort Wayne and 129 miles 
southeast of Chicago. It is the capital of Whitley county, and 
is well situated for trade, and being in the midst of a good farming 
country, it is the point of shipment of large quantities of 
produce. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Adair Joseph W. insurance 

agent 
Anderson Truillard F. agent 

D, E R & I railroad 
Anthes Philip, saloon 
Appleton Wm. wagon maker 
Avery Adam, restaurant 
Bainbridge & Doeland, dry 

goods 
Baker J. W. editor Commer- 
cial 
Beeson B. & H. wagon makers 
Brand John, brick yard 
Brannon John H, grocer 
Brown Eli W. i)roprietor 
Columbia City Post. (See 
advt.) 
Busch Fred, groceries 
Campbell David, stave man'f 'r 
Carabin & Ball, tailors 
Carr Wm. contractor 
Click Michael E. photographer 
Cobaugh&'McDonald, grocers 
Collins & Adair, lawyers 
Columbia City Bank, F. H. 

Foust & Co. 
Columbia City Post, Eli 
W. Brown, propr.. Central 
Building. (See advt.) 
Columbia City IVoolen 
Mills, T. E. Eyanson, pro- 
prietor. 



Cutter E. wagon maker 
Daniel & Bro. meat market 
Deer George, wagon maker 
Dempeys Orlando J. livery 

stable 
Dodge Rufus W. insurance 

agent 
Dunfee W. H. & Co. commis- 
sion 
I>ye Christian, boarding- 
house 
Edwards James B. bil- 
liard hall, r Central block 
Edwards & Gibson, livery-sta- 
ble 
Eyanson Charles J. merchant 

tailor 
Feist Joseph, eating-house 
Frudiger Samuel, grocer 
Oatchatte Joseph, pro- 
prietor of Union House, opp 
P, F W & C depot. Good 
accommodations for the trav- 
eling public 
Gates J. T. & Bros, plasterers 
Gilbreth Samuel, wagon-maker 
Gregg H. physician 
Grund Frederick, boots and 

shoes 
Hackett Henry, undertake 
Harley George W. boots and 
shoes 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY, 



299 



Hawkins John B, agent P, F 

W & C railroad 
Heist Henry, lumber dealer 
Hildebrand & Bro. cigar man- 
ufacturers 
Hively A. E. barber 
Hose Jacob & Co. grocers 
Huffman F. cooper 
Hunter Bros, drugs and books 
Johns & Bailey, meat market 
Johns, Treely & Co. dry goods 
Jones C. W. lawyer 
Kramer Abraham, grocer 
Kraus & Bro. grocer 
Lawrence Isaiah E. physician 
Linvill David G. physician 
Linvill D. O. physician 
Love Samuel, blacksmith 
Lowry Robert, judge circuit 

court 
]VI<*I>oiiald Isaiali B, at- 
torney-at-law, office over post- 
office 
9IeL.alleii E. I.. & €0. 

bankers, 2 Central building 
Mason Mrs. Mary J. millinery 
Mason Warren, druggist 
Maxwell W. J. dentist 
MeitztT Wm. baker 
IVIiller Jacob IV. sheriff, 

office county jail building 
Mitten Allen P. physician 
Mossiuau £dwarcl A. at- 

torney-at-law 
Myers Daniel, restaurant 
Myers & Ward, dry goods 
North Mrs. Samuel, milliner 
Pond Charles H. architect 
Prickett Isaac W. harness 

maker 
Ramp & Markward, man'f'rs 

sash, blinds, &c. 
Ramp & Smith, man'f'rs oars 
Reed Wm. hardware 
Rhodes John, propr Rhodes 
House 



Ricker Alfred A. grocer 
Ruch David, livery stable 
Ruch & Bro. painters 
Sandmeyer Adolph L. druggist 
Schafer & Walter, brewers 
Schmetzler Martin, grocer 
Scott Wm. merchant miller 
Show Itcwis C jeweler 
Siebert Mrs. M. E. laundry 
Sipe Wm. barber 
Slessman Michael, wagon makei 
Snyder F. blacksmith 
Snyder Henry, furniture 
Steerhof George, furniture 
Steinfeld Jacob, dry goods 
Supple Frank, restaurant 

and saloon 
Taupert John A. foundry 
Taylor J. & Co. grocers 
Taylor & McHugh, grocers 
Torbet Nelson D. hardware 
Tremont House, David Snyder 
Trout Z. blacksmith 
Tulley Cyrus, representBtive 
Tulley & Krider, attor- 
neys at law. See adv 
Tuttle R. & Co. boots and shoes 
Waidlich Christian D. hardware 
Walkup W. W. physician 
Wallack Wm. C. grocer 
Wallace Mrs. Wm. milliner 
Washburn Alanson, dry goods 
Washburn George P. sewing 

machines 
Washburn James, dry goods 
Weber Wm. physician 
Weick A. & Co. boots and 

shoes 
Wells Wm. physician 
Winchester George, boots and 

shoes 
Woodworth Orson H. postmas- 
ter and jeweler 
Yontz Henry C. & Co. pro- 
duce 
Yontz M. D. & Co. dry goods 



300 POLK, MURPHY & COS 

COLUMBIA CITY POST, 

E. W. BROWN, Editor and Prop'r. 



WEEKLY, $2.00 PER ANNUM 



OFFICIAL PAPER OF WHITLEY COUNTY. 

Office in Central Building, opp. Court House. 



JOB PRINTING & BOOK BINDING 

Executed upon Short Notice and Reasonable Prices. 

TULLEY Sc KRIDER, 

^ttormgs anlt ^onnstllors at fato. 

Office, Ko. 3 CENTRAL BUILDING, 

SggWp'^^R^''^-} Columbia City. Ind. 

ESTABLISHED IN 1858. 



Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 



a©®RI3ii,gK@VIiie 



FEEO, OYSTERS, AlTD FRIJIT, 

1 Door North of 1st National Bank. JiCenxlallYille,lnd. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 



301 



DECATIJR, 

The county seat of Adams county, is situated on the Cincinnati, 
Richmond & Fort Wayne Railroad, twenty-one miles south-east 
from Fort Wayne. It is in the midst of a very fine farming 
country, and being on the banks of the St. Marys river enjoys a 
very salubrious climate. Population, 2,000, and rapidly in- 
creasing. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Aber D. J. grocer 

Adams County Bank, Niblick, 

Studabaker & Co 
Argo & Co. stave factory 
Bailey John T, carriage maker 
Barkley Levi, meat market 
Barry C. A. agent Am Ex Co 
Barthel & Yager, cabinet makers 
Bell A. R. livery stable 
Blossom B. F. postmaster 
Bobo & Peterson, lawyers 
Bollman S. C. druggist 
Bosse H. saloon 
Bradley Mrs. F. dressmaker 
Bremerkamp Mrs. M. dry 

goods 
Burger, Railing & Co. livery 

stable 
Burt House, C. Burt, proprie- 
tor 
Citizens' Bank, Rout, Eichar 

& Co 
Closs Jacob, grocer 
Closs Wm. dining hall 
Crawford, Niblick & Co. dry 

goods 
Curtis Charles M. physician 
Davis A. S. physician 
Decatur Herald, Bobo & Wor- 

den, proprietors 



Decatur Harble Works 

Hughes, Edgar & WemhoflF. 
See adv 
Dohrman W. & Bro. grocers 
Dorwin T. T. druggist 
Dorwin W. R. & Son, grocers 
Ehinger F. merchant tailor 
Eley D. lawyer 
Elzey M. S. jeweler 
Fassnacht & Lauser, coopers 
Fetick G. livery-stable 
Flagg S. dry goods 
France Charles M. auctioneer 
Funke G. H. harness and sad- 
dlery 
Gass J. P. boots and shoes 
Gast Mrs. Catharine, dry goods 
Glenn J. dentist 
Graves Christopher, sewing 

ma< hines 
Haff J. P. jeweler 
Hart A. boots and shoes 
Hill A. J. printing office 
Holthouse & Conter, boots and 

shoes 
Jeleff F. A. physician 
King John, wagon-maker 
King Bros, blacksmiths 
Klemhenz & Martin, boots and 
shoes 

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Knoff Samuel, barber 

Miebers N. tinner 

Ifliesse House, I. J. Miesse, 

. proprietor, n w cor Third and 
Madison, good sample rooms 
first floor 
Miller Anson, cooper 
Ifliller & France, attor- 
neys-at-law. Special atten- 
tion given to collecting 
Miller John, barber 
Pillars & Patterson, flouring 

mills 
Emery James, blacksmith 
Rhodes Isaac, blacksmith 
Richardson & Burns, harness 
Rolver Theodore, brewery 
Scheyerling George A. bakery 
Schirmeyer C. L. dry goods 
Schlagle Benavel, blacksmith 
Schlegel Daniel, tinware 
Schrock W. H. physician 



Schrock & Bro. druggists 
Schurger J. meat market 
Shackley Wheel Co. wagon- 
makers 
Shank J. & Son, Fornax mills 
Simcoke V. B. variety store 
Sorg Andrew, physician 
Spencer W. G. & Bro. hard- 
ware 
S*eele T. J. lawyer 
Stone & Meibers, hardware 
Stiidabaker & Qiiinn. 

attorneys-at-law 
Thompson B. S. grocer 
Tonellier J. J. & Co. dry goods 
Voglewede J. H. boots and 

shoes 
Welfley John, restaurant 
Wenzel F. E. undertaker 
Winnes H. boots and shoes 
Zekind H. A. clothing, &c 



W. S. HUGHES, 



W. H. EDGAR. 



B WEMHOFF. 



Monumental Marble Works. 



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DEALEHS IN 



Foreign & American Marble 

MOnrunE^fTS AND tombsto:kes. 

A/sO; Granite Monuments & Headstones, 

CEMETERY WORK EXECUTED AT LOW RATES. 
Second Street, - - Decatur, Ind. 



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303 



Hr]¥TI]^GTO]¥, 

The seat of justice for Huntington county, is located on the 
Toledo, Wabash & Western Railway, and on the Wabash & 
Erie Canal, twenty-four miles west of Fort Wayne. It is sur- 
rounded by a fine agricultural country settled by wealthy and 
enterprising farmers. As a manufacturing point, Huntington 
possesses many advantages over its neighboring towns, and is 
already the seat of several extensive manufacturing establish- 
ments, all of which are doing a large and profitable business. 
Population is about 4,500, having doubled in a short time. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Alexander J. T. lawyer 
American House, Mrs. J. G. 

Ager, proprietor ' 

Aruolfl Thomas & Co. 

Huntington flouring mills 
Ashley John S. barber 
Barker P. T. Farmers' hotel 
Baldwin Prof. James, supt. of 

public schools 
Earnhardt George, barber 
Beaver Henry, blacksmith 
Baver & Alschwede, wagon 

makers 
Beck Adam, lime manufr 
Becker Jacob, marble dealer 
Beeber Wm. P. city marshal 
Bell WilsoM S. dry goods 
Berry Wm. councilman 
Berry & Bost, lime manufrs 
Brinkley Jacob, pump factory 
Black Robert, cooper 
Boehner Chrisaan, b lots and 

shoes 
Bogus Rev. J. B. pastor Christ- 
ian church 
Boos Jacob, brewery • 

Borchers & Hilgeman, woolen 

mills 
Branyan James D. lawyer 



Breen Peter, grocer 
Bridge Henry, lawyer 
Brown Wm. & Son, dry goods 
Bryant C. E. proprietor Hunt- 
ington stdve factory 
Buchanan H. J. pump factory 
Buchanan Joseph, constable 
Bucliauan Sam. «& Co. 

hardware, groceries and 

grain dealers 
Bunka Conrad & Co. tobacco 

and cigars 
Burkholder Rev. pastor Baptist 

church 
Campbell W. I. tobacco 

and cigars 
Christe & Flowers, blacksmiths 
Citizens' Bank, F. Dick, pres.: 

John Morgan, cashier 
Cobbs B. M. lawyer 
Cole Ulysses D. lawyer 
Corlew George R. constable 
Cotton O. D. grocer 
Crabb>, Strodel & Co. dry 

goods 
]>avies Jesse, drugs and 

medicines 
Day S. F. & R. J. livery stable 
DeLong Allen W. postmaster 



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Dick & Wagner, tailors 

Drover Henry, spoke factory 

Drover Henry F. drugs, 
medicines, books, &c 

ESmley Siexton, county 
treasurer 

Eiigelmaiin Cliristian, 
groceries and provisions 

Ewing & Bro. dry goods 

Falk Abe, billiard hall 

Ferguson D. physician 

Fink Uriah, proprietor of 
Farmers' and Mechanics' 
mills 

First IVational Bank, 
Joseph W. Purviance, pres.; 
Wm. McGrew, cashier 

Fisher Efieliolas, manufr 
and dealer in boots and 
shoes 

Forst George, bakery 

Forster, Haerly & Co. lime, &c 

Fulton & Foster, lime manufrs 

Gaddis James, confectionery 

Gray & Pleuitt, stoves and tin- 
ware 

Grayston F. S. C. physician 

Greenman Rev. Almond, pas- 
tor M. E. church 

Griffith Jesse W. druggist 

Griffith Wm. H. baker 

Grupe Henry, grocer 

Haerly Henry, saloon 

Hall & Hendricks, man- 
ufrs of carriages and wagons 

Hamrick Geo. & Bro. grocers 

Hartman & Hilgenberg, tailors 

Hartwick Edwin, grocer 

Hatfield James M. lawyer 

Haviland Isaac E. agent T, W 
& W railway 

Hawley W. W. dry goods 
and groceries 

Hawley & Bro. manufrs 
and dealers in lime 

Herberg & Bros, brewery 



Hessin & Son, produce 
Hoffman Charles, restaurant 
HoUoway C. M. confectionery 
Hoover D. B. & Co. drugs 
Houseman Simeon, gunsmith 
Huntingdon Hemoerat, 
Samuel F. Winter, proprietor 
Ibach Benjamin F. city 

attorney 
Joachim Fernandez, 
city treasurer, grocer and 
bookseller 
Jones W. A. agent U S Ex co 
Kahn Mark, dry goods 
Keefer & Gurley, wagons and 

plows 
Keller Isaac N. jewelry 
Kenower A. Q. furniture 
Kenower John, lumber 
Kilby Alinon S. photo- 
grapher 
Kindler John, harness maker 
Kinty John, livery stable 
Kocher Wm. C attorney 

at law 
Kohl John, harness maker 
Kopp Fred, furniture 
Lavey Samuel S. jewelry 
Lavine & Raymond, wagon 

makers 
Levy Leopold, clothing 
Lewis Oscar A. physician 
Lewis Theodore, tinner 
Lewis C. H. & Co. hardware 
Leyman D. S. physician 
Lucas Thomas L. clerk of Cir- 
cuit Court 
Ludwig Matthias, tinner 
Lyons George F. physician 
Lyons Ira E. physician 
Lyons Willie, restaurant 
Lyons W. B. physician 
McCain Rev. C. pastor Pres- 
byterian church 
McCarty John, lime manufr 
McClure Wm. councilman 



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305 



McKimmey Aaron, county 

sheriff 
Mangus John, boots and shoes 
Meyers N. A. marble works 
Millenbaugh John, cooper 
Miller Abraham, dentist 
Milligan Jaiues R. butch- 
er 
Milligan L. P. lawyer 
Milligan Moses, meat market 
Mixesel & Bro, blacksmiths 
^lollit & Roelie, manufrs 
of stoves, hollow ware, plows 
and machinery 
Moore Alfred, lawyer 
Moore Samuel, dry goods 
Morgan Samuel T. hardware 
Moses John F. & Co. pubs of 

Huntington Herald 
National Hotel, Mrs. E. 
N. Holt, proprietor. See adv 
Nin Foster & Co. saw mills 
Oats Wni. meat market 
O'Brien Patrick, councilman 
Patterson Sisters, millin- 
ery and fancy goods 
Paulice Peter, justice of the 

peace 
Provines John S. farm imple- 
ments 
Purviance Wm. R. grocer 
Purviance A. S. & Bro. dry 

goods 
Randolph W. O. grocer 
Ream J. S. grocer 
Rehling Conrad, potash manu- 
facturer 
R(»bbiiis Will. 1¥. photo- 
grapher 
Rosebroii^li Henry W. 
dealer in hides, tallow and 
pelts 
Rotschild Moses, tailor 



Sayler & Kenners, lawyers 
Schlosser I. K. county record- 
er 
Searles J. D. physician 
Sees John, foundry 
Severance Lagrange, physician 
Shafer E. Augustus, physician 
Shaffer Theodore, meat market 
Shearer David L. elevator 
Shearer Sextus H. dry goods 
Shoff & Bro. dry goods 
Simonton Robert, county audi- 
tor 
Skiles John, city clerk 
Slack Hon. James R. circuit 

judge 
Smith Samuel B. restaurant 
Smith Thomas G. lawyer 
Snyder & Son, boots and shoes 
Spencer Morris L. supt county 

schools 
Ntiilts Oeoi'ge W. mayor 
Taylor E. T. boots and shoes 
Taylor, Oriffitli <& €0. 
manufrs of plow and cultiva- 
tor handles 
Thorn & Co. manufrs of sash 

and blinds 
Townsend Henry D. harness 

maker 
Trammel Wm. H. lawyer 
Tiirtelot Aluieron I>. 
attorney and justice of the 
peace 
Urshel & Co. saloon 
VanAntwerp Thomas B. den- 
tist 
VanHolten John, grocer 
Watson James, saloon 
Wheeler Spencer, lime manufr 
Whitelock Wm T. grocer 
Winton Mrs. A. J. millinery 
Young John, meat market 



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Mrs. E. N, HOLT, Proprietor ess ^ 

Corner Market and Cherry Streets, 



HUNTINGTON, IND. 



IiEXI>AI.l.VII.I.E, 

Two miles beyond Lisbon, is at the crossing of the Lake Shore 
and Michigan Southern Railway with the Grand Rapids and 
Indiana Railroad. It is situated in the east part of Noble county,. 
12 miles from Albion,, the county seat. It is 28 miles northwest 
of Fort Wayne, 82 miles west of Toledo, and 141 miles east of 
Chicago. The surrounding country is rich and productive, and 
Kendallville monopolizes a good share of the trade of the county. 
Population, 3,000, 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Abell Lem. druggist 
Adee Wm. A. dry goods 
Aichele C. G. insurance agent 
Aichele George, marble works 
Baker James R. stoves and tin- 
ware 
Bates Mrs. M. J. inillinery 
Berhaltcr Joseph, furni- 
ture, upholstery and coffins 
Boggs A. M. cooperage 
Brace A. J. carpenter 
Brillhart G. A. agricultural im- 
plements 
Brillhart Samuel B. flouring 

mills 
Brown John S. clairvo- 
yant and eclectic physician 
Brust & Beyer, dry goods 



Bunyan W. & J. R. druggists 
Chapin A. A. lawyer 
Cheethang Joseph, cooper 
Colegrove James, lawyer 
Comparet T. S. pension agent 
Cox Wm. H. photographer 
Gushing Wm. carpenter 
Deible John, planing mill, 

sash and doors 
Drake Nelson, meat market 
Dunbar Jeff, books and station- 
ery 
Engel & Co. clothing 
Erickson Gunder, physician 
Fick H. A. physician 
First National Bank, John 
Mitchell, pres.; E. R. Shulze, 
cashier 



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307 



Flint, 1% ailing: & €0.1 

founders and machinists 
Foehl J. Adam, saloon 
Ford Frank P. photographer 
Ford John, blacksmith 
Frink A. P. agent L S & M S 

railway 
Gappinger John, leather 
Gilbert J. L. physician 
Gipe & Co. blacksmiths 
Olatte Oeorge, wholesale 

and retail grocer. See adv 
Goodwin L. E. lawyer 
Graves Thomas L. lawyer 
Groh Wm. grocer 
Hall Wm. B. insurance agent 
Hartsuck, Holbrook & Co. 

manufrs eave trough hangers 
Hastings J. H. painter 
Helman H. L. hardware 
Helmer S. B. livery stable 
Hirsch A furniture 
Humphreys J. M. agent G R 

& I railroad 
Jacobs D, shoemaker 
Johnson L. H. agent U S Ex 

CO 

Keller & Kann, dry goods 
Kelly J. B. & J. D. proprietors 

Kelly House 
Kenilallville Standard, 

C. O. Myers, publr. See adv 
Kendallville Circle Co. E. J. 
Hopkins, pres.; Jas. Col- 
grove, sec'y 
Knight James, painter 
Kraner Jacob, confectionery 
Kratzer John G. brewery 
Kresse Chas. druggist 
Krueger Herman, liquors 
Lang Julius, shoemaker 
Larimer George, blacksmith 
Lipes Rev. H. H. pastor First 

Baptist Church 
Lohman G. H. & Co. drug 1 
gists 1 



Long Mrs. H. J. millinery 
Loomis J. M. dry goods 
Lyman & McCray, produce 
Mains Vincent, lawyer 
Merrick F. B. agt L S & M S 

railway 
Miller John W. carpenter 
Miller Reuben, saloon 
Miller & Durr, grocers 
Misselhorn H. C. cigar mfr 
Mitchell John, pres't First Na- 
tional Bank 
Moyer H. A. dentist 
Myers C O. publisher Ken- 
dallville Standard; also post- 
master. See adv 
Nagel & Ayers, wagon makers 
Nellis Jas. wagon maker 
Noecker Jas. bill poster 
Noftz A. F. W. barber 
Oviatt & Johnston, tannery 
Park A. B. & Bro. haidware 
Parker A. S. physician 
Pike L. E. grocer 
Rearman John, horse trader 
Reed & Hill, planing mill, 
sash, doors, blinds, &c. See 
adv 
Reyher Jacob, dry goods 
Richard Edward, mfr handles 
Rossbacher Oscar, furniture 
Schmeykel W. J. guns 
Schneider John P. blacksmith 
Schwartz Peter, grocer 
Seifert Wm. brewery 
Shulze E. H. cashier First Na- 
tional Bank 
Nniitli Harvy, photograph- 
er. See adv 
Sprandel Wm. proj-r Central 

hotel 
Ste^vart T. H. & Sou, 
boot and shoe mfrsand deal- 



ers 
Sticht J. M. 
Strater Wm. 



livery 
blacksmith 



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Taber Freeman, grist and saw 
mill 

Taylor T. L. blacksmith 

Taylor Mrs. millinery 

Teal J. M. dentist 

Teal Norman, physician 

Thompson L. A. & Son, gro- 
cers 

Wagner Charles N. harness 
maker 

Wallace E. O. carpenter 

Waltman M. V. E. meat mar- 
ket 

Ward H. D. dry goods 



Wehmeyer H. H. saloon 
Wells Mrs. L. B. millinery 
Wheatsone Jacob, confection- 
ery 
Wildman Stephen, lawyer 
Willard Wm. carpenter 
Willett O. D. & Co. marble 

works 
Williams N. «&: Son, physicians 
Wilson David C. physician 
Wilson Mrs. L. B. millinery 
Wolff Philip, saloon 
Zimmerman D. shoemaker 



L. N. REFD. 



J. C. HILL. 



I5.EEID &c HCILL, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



MOUJLOIiVGS JLNU SCROLL SAWIIVG, 

Bealfii's in Fire LmiiliBi', Pine Sliiles, ai DoiiiestiG LMler 

OF ALL KINDS. 
FACTORY NEAR THE L. S. & M. S. DEPOT, 

Office on Mitchell St. Kendallville, Ind. 






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Makes Pictures from the Locket to Life-size, and will receive orders 
to Enlarge all kinds of Pictures on the Best Metalic Plates, Paper, or 
Canvas ; Color in Oil, or Water Colors, &c. 

Rooms in 3d Story Benj, Jones' Brick Block, Main Street, 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 309 



The Kendallviile Standard, 

ESTABLISHED IN 1863. 

C. O. 3IYERS, Editor and Prop'r. 



ONLY PAPER IN THE CITY. 



CIR-CULATIOIV, l,SOO. 



Besl Advertisini Medium in this part of the State 

FOR FORT WAYNE BUSINESS MEN, 

As there are Eight Stations on the Grand Rapids & Indiana 
Railroad in Noble County. 

I?IOA ROEVIL,L.E, 

A village of some i,ooo inhabitants, situated on the Pittsburg, 
Fort Wayne & Chicago Railway, some sixteen miles east of 
Fort Wayne. Being in the midst of a valuable timber country, 
it enjoys unusual facilities for trade, and is one of the most 
important villages in the vicinity of Fort Wayne. It is rapidly 
increasing in size and population. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Allegar John I>. publish- 
er Monroeville Democrat and 
job printer 
Anthony Abraham, grocer j Champer D. W. physician 

Argo & Co. mfrs of staves Connolly W. A. physician 

Baker .VIonzo A. justice Conrad Geo. boots and shoes 



Beugnot A. F. grocer 
Bevelheimer Daniel, carpenter 
Cassady & Smith, grocers 



of the peace and insurance 
agent 
Baker & Bro. grocers and agts 
Adams Ex Co 



Conroy Thomas H. barber 
Coverilale E. O. attorn ey- 

at-law, insurance agent and 

notary public 

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Dague J. & Bros, flouring mills 
Dunham & Steele, grocers 
Eatou diaries H. saddler 

and harness maker 
Engle A. physician 
Engle J. B. physician 
Handel Jacob, carpenter 
Heller & Dague, grocer 
Indiana House, S. M. 

Williams, prop'r. See adv 
Knouse M. B. jeweler 
Kyser A. M. physician and 

surgeon 
Wagner & Brantner, furniture 
mCariotte J. O. dealer in 

wines, liquors, cigars, &c 
Miller Chas. saloon 
jM^enroeville Democrat, 

John D. Allegar, publisher 
Moore M. B. boots and shoes 
Horrison M. S. justice of 

the peace and insurance agt 
Nieger J. B. & Co. hardware 
Peters C. J. & Cole, grocers 
Pool Joseph T. lawyer 
Pool Samuel, grocer 



Rollins Charles W. drug- 
gist; bakery, confectionery, 
and refreshments 
Row Daniel A. boots and shoes 
Koy Cbarles, billiards and 

saloon 
Schell F. V. V. Pacific house 
Sprague Andrew, blacksmith 
Steinman Andrew, wagon ma- 
ker 
Stevens Thomas, lawyer 
Stevenson Henry, carpenter 
Strass Morris, postmaster 
Strass M, & L clothing 
Waterman Wm. carpenter 
Webster & Weiler, planing mill 
Weiler W. D. operator W U 

Tel Co 
Williams S. M. proprietor 

Indiana house. See adv 
Worden Finan & Co. stave mfrs 
Worden J. B. & Co. 
drugs, medicines, perfumery, 
toilet articles, &c 
Wormley A. S. agent P, Ft W 
& C railway 



INDIANA HOTEL 

S. Itt. WI1.1.IAMS, Prop^rietor, 



^ 



Near tlie Depot, 



MONROEVILLE, IHD. 



LARGEST AND MOST COMMODIOUS HOTEL IN 
THE TOWN. 



Good Sa^nple Rooms for Commercial Men, 

ALSO, GOOD STABLIXG. 



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HfEW HA VEST, 

A village of some i,ooo inhabitants, situated in Allen county, 
on the Wabash & Erie canal, i^ miles south of the Maumee 
river. It is on the line of the Toledo, Wabash & Western Rail- 
way, 6 miles east of Fort Wayne. The village was laid out in 
1838, and incorporated in 1866. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Begue John & Co. stave mfrs 
Bell Levi, town marshal 
Bell, Beugnot & Co. dry goods 
Beugnot Anthony, town treas- 
urer 
Brookes John, meat market 
Burgess Henry, pres't New Ha- 
ven and Fort Wayne gravel 
road 
Crippen & Sons, medicines 
Dougall Allan H. notary pub- 
lic 
Dougall John, justice of the 

peace 
Dowling Bartholomew, stoves 

and tinware 
Federspiel D. blacksmith 
Federspiel & Bro. blacksmiths 
Fisher Jobst, meat market 
Flinnemann F. shoe maker 
Frossard Alex, saloon 
Garrol Jesse B. lawyer 
Gotne G. & Co. planing mills 
Hager Henry, baker 
Klemeier D. merchant tailor 
Knode R. S. drugs 
Lahner Rev. J. pastor German 

Lutheran Church 
Lee & Summers, blacksmiths 



Licklider J. D. billiard hall 
Lipes Andrew, jeweler 
Loos Wm. cigar mfr 
Mack Fred, boots and shoes 
Meads Tho. & Co. saw mills 
Nash Rev. John P. pastor M. 

E. church 
New Haven Palladium, T. J. 

Foster, prop'r 
Powers V. & Co. flouring mills 
Rogers O. D. justice of the 

peace 
Schnelker, Beugnot & Co. stave 

mfrs 
Schnitker A. R. harness maker 
Schuckman Nicholas, general 

stor^ 
Schwantz C. & Bro. furniture 
Simons John W. barber 
Snelker Henry H. town clerk 
Stark Joseph, grocer 
Stutz Joseph, saloon 
Tarr Peolia S. lawyer 
Thompson Milton, postmaster 
Whitaker Eugene, agent T, W 

& W railway 
Whitaker & Rogers, dry goods 
Williamson M. F. physician 
Wolf Charles, saloon 



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