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GENEALOGY I PUBLIC LIBRARY 

977.202 * 

F77P 

1883-84 



FORT WAYNE & ALLEN CO.. IND. 

^DIANA COI_1_ECTION 



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FORT WAYNE CITY DIRBCTOET. 3 

CHARLES L. OLDS. ESTABLISHED 1842. WM. McLACHLAN. 

C. L. OLDS & CO. 

(Successors to J. C. Bowser & Co., and McLachlan & Olds.) 



FORT WAYNE 



STEAM IRON WORKS 



FORT WAYNE, INDIANA. 



Automatic and Plain Slide 
Valve Engines. 

Boilers, all kinds of Machine lArchitectaral Castings 

AND 

ALL KINDS OF MILL GEARING, 
BANDiCIRCULAR SAW MILLS, 
TANNERY MACHINERY, 
HEAVY SUGAR MILLS 
GRIST MILLS, and 
WOODWORKING MACHINERY. 
IRON BRIDGES, 

BRIDGE BOLTS, 
AND JAIL WORK. 

!^°Engines and Boilers for running Electric Light 
Machinery and other light work a specialty. 



E. L. POLK & CO. 



M. L ALBRECHT, 

Manufacturer of All Kinds of 

FINE CARRIAGES 




AND OF THE 



CELEBRATBD 

Heath Cart 




106 IVest Main Street, 

FORT WAYNE, - INDIANA. 



FORT WAYNE CITY DIRECTORY. 




WBSTMINSTBH 

ome fchool 



FORT WAYNE, IND. 



F-.a-CTTX-l'-S- ; 



Ki88 CABBIE B. SHARP, Mathematics and History. 

Mrs. D. B. WELLS, Latin, Literature, and Book-keeping. 

Fraulein ADELE ROTH, Modern Languages. 

Miss CLABA GOODWIN, Drawing, Painting and Portraits. 

Prof. CHAS. F. W. MEYER, Piano and Organ. 

Mi?8 M. POND, Voice Culture. 

This school offers to the parents of Northern Indiana advantages such 
as are afforded by no other school in this vicinity, and at much less 
e-xpense than schools of equal merit at a distance. It is a school which 
is also a home, with home influences and surroundings; the number of 
pupils being limited, individual dispositions and needs may be con- 
sidered. While thorough work is required, the amount is proportioned 
to the ability and health of each pupil. Two courses of study are pur- 
sued: One of four years, fitting for entrance into any of the higher 
colleges for women; the other, general, and elective by the student. 
Special advantages are offered in the study of 

NIODERN LANGUAQES. 

Fraulien Roth is a graduate of Vienna University, and speaks six 
languages; her methods are such as to insure rapid advancement, and 
an ability to speak the language. The instruction in 



Is first-class in every respect, and embraces all branches. In the 

ART 

Department, instruction is given in Sketching from Nature, Water and 
Oil Colors, China Painting, and Portraits; the latter is made a Specialty. 

Expenses for the entire year, including 

lights and fuel, only $250 00 

There are but two extras. Music and Painting. 
All Modern Languages without extra charge. 

For information, address 

Miss CARRIE B. SHARP, ) 

Mrs. D. B. WELLS. Principals. 



E. L. POLK & CO.'S 



C. L. CENTLIVRE, 

PROPRIETOR 

FRENCH BREWERY 



North End Spy Run Ave., FORT WAYNE, WD. 




MANUFACTUEER OF 



LAGER BEER 

AND 

BOHEMIAN BEER, 

Manufactured from Imported Hops and Canada Malt. 

-= BOTTLED BEERi: 

We manufacture a superior quality of EXPORT BOT- 
TLED BEER. Our BOHEMIAN BEER can also be had in 
Bottles and warranted to keep in any climate; as we use 
the steam process. 

^P~A11 orders will receive prompt attention. 

^?~ Telephone connection with the city and adjoining towns. 



FOET WAYNE CITY DIBBCTORY. 



SUMMIT CITY BOTTLING WORKS 

MANUFACTURERS OF ^^Z 




MINKRAL WATERS 

CHAMPAGNE CIDER, 

[ginger ALE AND BIRCH Bff^^^^^^ 

Nos. 29 & 31 Barr Street, 

FORT WAYNE, - - - INDIANA. 



ALL GOODS WARRANTED PURE. 



E. L. POLK & CO. S 



L.S.L. 



LOniSIAM LOTTERY 



Second Tuesday of each Month. 

Capital Prize, - - lllM 

Price of Tickets-Wholes, $5 ; Fifths 
in Proportion. 

LIST OF PRIZES. 

1 Capital Prize ST5,000 

1 Capital Prize 36,000 

: Capital Prize 10,000 

2 Prizes of $6,000 12,000 

5 Prizes of 3,000 10,000 

10 Prizes of 1,000 10,000 

aOPrizesof 500 10,000 

100 Prizes of 200 20,000 

300 Prizes of 100 30,000 

500 Prizes of 50 85,000 

1,000 Prizes of 25 25,000 

APPROXIMATION PRIZES. 

9 Prizes of $750 $6,750 

9 Prizes of 500 4,500 

9Prizesof 250 2,350 

1,967 Prizes, amounting to $265,500 



HENRY COLLEGE 



THE 

Henry College Lottery Co. 

OF LOUISVILLE, KENTDCKT, 

DRAWS THE 

Fourth Thursday of each Month, 

Capital Prize, - - $30,000 

Whole Tickets, $2. Half Tickels,$l. 
2 7 Tickets, $60. 55 Tickets, $109. 

1 Prize.. $30,000 

1 Prize 10,000 

1 Prize 5,000 

2 Prizes, $8,500 each 5,000 

5 Prizes, 1,000 each 5,000 

20 Prizes, 500 each 10,000 

100 Prizes, 100 each 10,000 

300 Prizes, 50 each 10,000 

500 Prizes, 20 each 10,000 

1.000 Prizes, 10 each 10,000 

9 Prizes, 300 each, Approx. 2,700 
9 Prizes, 200 each, Approx. 1,800 
9 Prizes, 100 each, Approx. 900 

1,857 Prizes. $110,400 



1^^ REMIT by P. O. Money Order or Draft on Fort Wayne or 
New York. Register your- letters containing currency, or send by 
Otherwise they will not be safe. 

Patrons will find it promotes a rapid delivery of their mail to enclose 
an envelope with their FULL ADDRESS, written by themselves, thus 
preventing mistakes. 

The omission of the County or Number and Street is one of the great 
causes of delay and mis-sending. Fancy signatures or signatures not 
perfectly plain are especially to be avoided. 

N. B. — Tickets being in the hands of Agents throughout the United 
States and elsewhere, it is impossible to furnish SPECIAL NUMBERS, 
List of Prizes will be mailed to out of town ticket holders as soou as 
received. 

Tickets Sold at this Office drawing Prizes of $1,000 and under, 
are payable on presentation and can be sent to me for collection, by 
Registered Letter, Express or through Banks. Tickets drawing 
over $1,000 must be sent to the Home OflBce for collection. 



Any order sent to this Agency will be treated 
with the same care and promptness as at the 
Home OflBce. 

For further information apply to 

37 Calhoun Street, PORT WAYNE, IND. 



CITY 

DIRECTORY 

1883-84. 



COMPmSINO 

An Alphabetically Arranged List of Business Firms and Private 
Citizens — A Classified List op all Trades, Professions and 
Pursuits— A Miscellaneous Directory, City and County 
Officers, Terms of Court, Public and Private 
Schools, Churches, Banks, Incorporated Insti- 
tutions, Secret and Benevolent 
Societies, Etc. 

Also, a Business Directory of Auburn, Bluffton, Columbia City, 

Decatur, Huntington, New Haven and Kendallatlle, 

Indiana and Antwerp and Van Wert, Ohio. 



VOLUNIE VIII. 
SOLD ONLY BY SUBSCRIPTION. 



R. L. BOLK & CO., PUBLISHERS, 

Tribone Building, Detroit, Mich. 
Siemon & Bro., Booksellers and Stationers, 50 Calhoun Street, Fort Wayne. 



INTRODUCTORY. 



The eighth volume of the Fort Wayne City Directory is 
herewith presented to the public, with the belief that it 
accurately represents the mercantile and manufacturing 
interests of this important and growing city of the State of 
Indiana. That portion devoted to miscellaneous information 
(pages 13 to 42 inclusive), as well as all other matter con- 
tained in this volume, has been thoroughly revised and cor- 
rected to date. 

The directory proper is embraced in pages 45 to 430, and 
shows an increase over the edition for 1882-83, of 24 pages. 

The publishers have, at considerable extra expense, included 
a full and complete business directory of all the important 
towns within a radius of some 30 miles of the city, with the 
belief that such names will be found of much value to the 
patrons of the directory. 

Among the new features of this year's volume is the map 
of Fort Wayne, which has been corrected to date expressly 
for the present edition of the directory. 

For the liberal patronage bestowed on the work the pub- 
lishers return thanks to the subscribers, and trust that the 
publication of their next annual volume may find the com- 
mercial prosperity of Fort Wayne as satisfactory as that 
which now exists. 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Page 

Abbreviations 45 

Alphabetical List of 

Names 45-430 

Antwerp (O.) Directory. . 487 

Auburn Directory 491 

Bluffton Directory 494 

Business Directory 431-486 

Columbia City Directory 499 

Decatur Directory 506 



Huntington Directory. . . 
Index to Advertisements. 
Kendallville Directory . . . 
Miscellaneous Directory . 
New Haven Directory . . . 
Names received too late 
for regular insertion . . . 
Van Wert (O). Directory. 



Page 
511 
10 
519 
13-42 
534 



Index to Miscellaneous Directory. 



Bands of Music 32 

Banks 33 

Board of Health 34 

Board of School Trustees. ... 27 

Building Associations 34 

Cemeteries 35 

Churches 35 

City Government 33 

City Officers 33 

Councilman 34 

County Officers 34 

Courts 25 

Federal Officers 35 

Fire Department 35 



Page 

In corporated Institutions 32 

Justices of Allen Co 37 

Masonic". 41 

Miscellaneous Institutions 38 

Miscellaneous Schools 30 

Odd Fellows 41 

Parks 35 

Public Buildings 33 

Public Schools 37 

Railroads 34 

Secret Societies 41 

Streets and Avenues 13 

United States Courts 25 



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NDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Abell L F, Kendallville 533 

Alabastine Co, Grand Rapids, 

Mich opp 252 

Albrecht M L, Ft Wayne 4 

Anthes P, Columbia City 501 

Arieon Lewis, Ft Wayne 99 

Auger Charles, Ft Wayne 89 

Baiter B H, Ft Wayne 535 

Bartels & Co, Ft Wayne 89 

Becker Fred & Bro, Ft Wayne 95 

Boerger G W, Ft Wayne 89 

BoltzFC, Ft Wayne 8 

Bond W G D, Ft Wayne 79 

Boseker Charles, Ft Wayne. . . 95 

World, Ft Wayne 79 



Bowen G R, Ft Wayne 103-4 

Braeuer Conrad, Ft Wayne. . 91 
Brames L & Co, Ft Wayne. . 7 
BurfordWB,Indianapolis opp 430 
Bursley G E & Co, Ft Wayne 

front cover 
Calvert Lithographing Co, De- 
troit opp 462 

Carier A H, Ft Wayne front cover 
Carter W & Son, Ft Wayne. . 63 

Centlivre C L, Ft Wayne 6 

Church M B, Grand Rapids, 

opp 352 
City Green House, Ft Wayne 89 
City Tea House, " 77 

Clayton E K, Huntington. ... 513 
Cochrane & Humphrey, Ft 

Wayne 99 

Conn W, Columbia City 503 

Custer House, Ft Wayne 69 

De Wald George & Co, Ft 

Wayne left top lines and 

< front edge 

d'Isay Isaac back bone and 61 

Doswell G W & Bro, Ft 

Wayne 91 

Edgerton J K Ft Wayne 49 

Fink Charles " 97 

Fleming Mnfg Co " 164 

Fleming W H, Ft Wayne, 

front cover 

Fletcher J F, Ft Wayne 93 

• Flint, Walling & Co, Kendall- 
ville 521 

Ft Wayne Business College. . 65 
Ft Wayne, C & L R R 584 



Page 
Ft Wayne Daily and Weekly 

Journal 73 

Ft Wayne Gazette opp 167 

Ft Wayne Iron Fence Works 57 
Ft Wayne Jenney Electric 

Light Co front cover 

Ft Wayne Medical and Sur- 
gical Institute 177 

Ft Wayne News 71 

Ft Wayne Organ Co 51 

Ft Wayne Pump Works 81 

Ft Wayne Sentinel 73 

Ft Wayne Steam Heating.. .103-4 
Ft Wayne Steel Plow Works 49 
Fortriede L, Ft Wayne, back cover 
Freistroffer Henry, Ft Wayne 85 
French Brewery, Ft Wayne. . 6 
Gallup & Hamilton, Kendall- 
ville 531 

Gard B, Ft Wayne 177 

Garvey P H, Ft Wayne 77 

Geake Wm & J J, Ft Wayne 81 
Geismar Adolph, Ft Wayne, 

bottom edge 

Glynn M, Ft Wayne 85 

Graffs H C, Ft Wayne, 

left bottom lines 
Graham & Thornton, Ft 

Wayne 93 

G. R. & I. R. R., Ft ' 
Griebel, WyckofE 

Ft Wayne »5 

Hall H B, Ft Wayne. 75 

Hassler A L, Ft Wayne 57 

Hattersley A & Son, Ft 

Wayne back cover 

Henry College Lottery Co, Ft 

Wayne 8 

Hockaday M C, Antwerp, O. . 489 
Hoffman Bros, Ft Wayne. ... 317 
Hoffman J R & Co, Ft 

Wayne 317 

Hoffmann C A, Ft Wayne... 77 
HoUiday W P, Detroit, Mich. 

opp 468 
Hull L O, Ft Wayne, 

right top lines 
Humphreys & Gerow, Ft 

Wayne 95 

Indiana Staats Zeitung, Ft 
Wayne 71 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMEN-TS. 



Jacoby & Wiegand, Ft Wayne 47 


Rabus John, Ft Wayne, 


Page 


Jenne C R, Ft Wayne 75 


right top lines 


Jones F L & Co, Ft Wayne, 


Ramp P, Columbia City 


501 


left bottom lines 


Rastetter Louis, Ft Wayne. . 


88 


Jones G W, Ft Wayne 93 


Reig Joseph, 


318 


Kaag & Bro, Ft Wayne, 


Reiling August, 


99 


left bottom lines 


Reinewald R C, 


538 


Kauffman W H, Antwerp, O. 490 


Robinson L, Bluffton 


495 


Kegelmann Julius, Ft Wayne 91 


Roth 8 S, Decatur 


509 


Keil & Bro, Ft Wayne. . . .opp 166 
Kendrick & Shrimpton, Ft 


Sander J, Columbia City 


503 


Scantling W C, 


501 


Wayne 53 


Scharf C A, Ft Wayne 

Scherer & Becker, Ft Wayne 


95 


Kramer B, Ft Wayne 91 


83 


Krohne & Raquet, Ft Wayne 93 


Scherzinger G, Ft Wayne 


69 


Lewis Jonathan, " 79 


Scott J A, Ft Wayne 


97 


Lepper J L, Antwerp, 489 


Seaton John, Ft Wayne 


87 


Lipes C T, Fort Wayne 65 


Seidel Edward & Son, Ft 




Louisiana Lottery, Ft Wayne 8 


Wayne left top 


ines 


McCabe J R, Antwerp. 0. . . . 489 


Shoff H S, Huntington 


513 


McOuUough G W, Ft Wayne, 


Siemon & Bro, Ft Wayne, 




back cover 


back cover 


McGalliard & Conn. Van Wert 536 


Smith & Fagan, Van Wert 


535 


Mangold N, Decatur 509 


Spice J & Son, Ft Wayne 


81 


Metcalfe A C, Detroit 430 


Sportsmen's Home, Ft Wayne 


93 


Meyer Bros & Co, " .... 175 
MCR R.Detroit 187 


Strodel J G, Ft Wayne 


87 


Summit City Bottlmg Works, 




Miller W B Kendallville . . . 523 


Ft Wayne 


7 


Miller W B, Ft Wayne 85 


Summit City Soap Co, Ft 




Miller & Scheie, " 101 


Wayne 


55 


MP Ry opp 405 


Swanton Stephen. Ft Wayne 


87 


Moellering Wm, " 67 


Sweeney A. Ft Wayne 


470 


Moran PA, " 69 


Thayer Frederick, Ft Wayne. 


471 


Morgan & Beach, " left top lines 


Thorwald&Dendel,Ft Wayne 


97 


Myers D, Columbia City 503 


Tolan B S, Ft Wayne 


433 


Nolton T J & Co, Ft Wayne, 


Townsend D, Decatur 


507 


right bottom lines 


Tresselt Herman, Ft Wayne. 


97 


Nonnemaker & Schleyer, Ft 


Troy Steam Laundry, Ft 




Wayne top edge 


Wayne left bottom lines 


Ogden R, Ft Wayne . .front cover 
Olds C L & Co, Ft Wayne. . . 3 


Union Ice Line. Ft Wayne. . . 


69 


Vermont Marble and Monu- 




Olds W, Columbia City 503 


mental Works, Ft Wayne. . 


83 


OrfE John, Ft Wayne 535 


Vogelwede J W, Decatur. . . . 


509 


Osborn M, Bluffton 495 


W, StL&PRy, Ft Wayne.. 


43 


Page, Taylor & Co, Ft Wayne 71 


AVebber M N, Ft Wayne. . . .293^ 


Peltier J C, Ft Wayne, 


Weisell D D, Ft Wayne 




back cover 


left bottom lines 


Pennock S Sons Co,FtWayne 3 


Westminster Home School, Ft 




Peoples' Milling Ass'n, Van 


Wayne 


5 


Weitzmann T F, Ft Wayne 




Peters' Box'& Lumber' Co, Ft 


right top lines 


Wayne 163 


Whitacre George, Huntington 


513 


Peters J C 218 


Wigent J C, Columbia City. . 
Wolf Paul E, Ft Wayne 


505 


Poage J E, BlafEton 495 


59 


PolkRL&Co, Detroit 318 


Worden J W, Ft Wayne 

Yergens Wm jr. Ft Wayne. . 


99 


Prior Dr H W, Ft Wayne, opp 828 


44 



NAMES RECEIVED TOO LATE FOR REGULAR INSERTION, 

AND ALTERATIONS AND BEMOTALS. 



Anderson James, blacksmith, res 
87 Williams. 

Astry Jonas, carpenter, res 29 
INirdlinger ave. 

Bechtold Louis, grocer 150 Mau- 
mee road, res same. 

Beckley Wilson L, druggist E 
Johnson, bds same. 

Beman Wm G, driver street rail- 
way, bds 25 Holman. 

Binder Jacob, servant 99 B Jeffer- 

Blackburn James H, brakeman, 

bds 70 Williams. 
Blakesley James E, brakeman P, 

F W & C Ry, res s s Horace 6 e 

of Thomas. 
Bock Frederick, lab Bass F & M 

Works, res 67 Wilt. 
Boland Milton J, physician, res 

144 W Wayne. 
Borel Louis, laborer, res 46 Force. 
Bowser Orra J, carpenter res 94 

Thomas. 
Boyle John, painter,res 136 Force. 
Brandt Frederick, sawyer, res 165 

High. 
Carpenter Edward, teamster Weld- 
ing & Son, bds 26 W DeWald. 
Carpenter Warren, engineer water 

works, res 34 3d. 
Cary Adolph, helper P, F W & C 

Ry, res w s Euclid ave 2 s of P, 

P W & C Ry. 
Chenowith Wm J, res 59 W De 

Wald. 
Clark Marvin J, brakeman G R & 

I RR, res 93 Thomas. 
Collins M Thomas, conductor P, 

F W & C Ry. bds Mayer House. 
Comparet Thomas L, telephone 

operator, bds 59 Erie. 
Corcoran Mary (wid Anthony), res 

8 Hough. 
Covault Wm M, machinist Bass P 

& M Works, res 337 Hugh. 
Cowen Robert M, fireman P, P W 

& C Ry, res 819 Lafayette. 



Cummerow Rudolph, bartender J 
G Strodel, res e s Marion 3 w of 
Bowser. 

Daman John, driver street railway, 
bds 33 Holman. 

Darker Martha E (wid Wm), res 
77 Butler. 

Dautrick Charles, brakeman P, F 
W & C Ry, res 72 Murray. 

De Vilbiss Wm F, traveling agent, 
res s e cor Thomas and Greene. 

Eastwood Raphael W, butcher 
Henry Fry, res 83 Broadway. 

Evans Joseph E, tailor 178 Cal- 
houn, res 305 Harrison. 

Fallot Walter W, fireman G R & 
I R R, res 148 E Lewis. 

Farnan Anthony J, conductor Ft 
W,C & L Ry, bds 305 Lafayette. 

Farnan Owen, helper Kerr Murray, 
res 91 Laselle. 

Farris Warren, engineer N Y, C 
& St L Ry. 

Fleming Charles B. brakeman P, 
F W' & C Ry, res w s Euclid 
ave 1 s of P, F W & C Ry. 

Fox Henry, grocer, res 39 Elm. 

Gause Agricultural Works, J H 
Ba.sspres, Wm Kaough sec.Wm 
Gause supt, P, F W & C Ry nr 
Broad waw. 

Green Frank, brakeman N Y, C 
& St L Ry, bds Tremont House. 

Hall Henry B, Undertaker s 
w cor Broadway and W Wash- 
ington, res 3 Dawson. (See adv, 
P 76). 

Harper Thomas E, conductor N 
Y, C & St L Ry, bds Tremont 
House. 

Heaton John, brakeman N Y, C 
& St L Ry, bds 40 Wells. 

Hirschmann John, carpenter, res 
48 Leith. 

La Bow Frank W, roofer Hum- 
phreys & Gerow, bds s w cor 
Lafayette and Hamilton. 



R. L. POLK & CO.'S 

FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY 



1883-84. 



MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY. 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 

Aboit, from Sherman west to Franklin ave., first south of 

Barthold ave. 
Allen, from Lafayette west to Webster, first north of Pontiac. 
AUigerj from Maumee road south to Wayne Trace, second 

east of Walton ave. 
Andrew, from Archer ave. south, third east of St. Mary's ave. 
Antoinette, from Walton ave. east, fourth south of P., F. 

W. & C. Ry. 
Archer ave., from Wells west to Tyler ave. at north city 

limits. 
Baker, from Calhoun west to Fairfield ave., first south of 

Brackenridge. 
Barr, from Water south to Pontiac, second east of Calhoun. 
Barthold, from St. Mary's river north to canal feeder, fourth 

west of Wells. 
Barthold ave {see Spring). 

Bass, from Fairfield ave. east to Hoagland, first south of Wa- 
bash Ry. 
Beck {see Putnami). 
Begue, from East Wayne north to N. T. C. & St. L. Ry, first 

east of Harmer. 
Berry, from Francis east, first north of East Wayne. 



14 E. L. POLK & CO.'S 

Berry (East), from Calhoun east to W. & E. canal, first south 

of Main. 
Berry (West), from Calhoun west to St. Mary's river, first 

south of Main. 
Boone, from Cherry west to Osage, first north of Main. 
Bowser, from Wells west, first north of High. 
Brackenridge, from Calhoun west to Broadway, first south of 

Douglas ave. 
Brandriff, from Hoagland ave. east to Webster, first south of 

Melita. 
Breck, from St. Mary's river at Van Buren street bridge, west 

to canal basin. 
Broadway, from N. Y. C. & St. L. Ry. south to city limits, 

seventh west of Calhoun. 
Brooklyn ave., west of St. Mary's river, running parallel with 

Lavina ave. 
Buchanan, from Lafayette east to 'Hanna, fifth south of Wa- 
bash Ry. 
Burgess, from St. Mary's ave. west, first south of F. W. C. & 

L. Ry. 
Butler, from Lafayette west to Fairfield ave., first south of 

Williams. 
Calhoun, from St. Mary's river south to city limits, first west 

of Clinton. 
Canal, from N. Y. C. & St. L. Ry west of University. 
Caroline, from Suttenfield south to Pontiac, first east of La- 
fayette. 
Case {see E. Creighton ave.). 
Cass {see Webster). 

Cass, from High north to Douglas ave., second west of Wells. 
Cass {see Warsaw). 
Cedar, from E. Lewis north to Maumee road, first east of 

Ohio. 
Centre, from St. Mary's river north to canal basin, second 

west of Main street bridge. 
Charles, from Lafayette east to Hanna, first south of Wal- 
lace. 
Cherry, from St. Mary's river north to canal basin, first west 

of the river. 
Chestnut, from Calhoun east to Pittsburg shops, first ■south 

of Holman. 
Chicago, from Calhoun west, first north of P., F. W. & C. Ry. 
Chute, from Maumee road south to Wabash Ry, second east 

of Harmer. 
Clay, from Main south to Lasselle, first east of Lafayette. 
Clinton, from Water south to Pontiac, first east of Calhoun. 
Colerick, from Fairfield ave. east to Hoagland ave., second 

south of Wabash Ry. 



rOET WAYNE DIRECTORY. 15 

College {see Shick). 

Columbia, from Harrison east to Lafayette, first north of 

Main. 
Columbia {see Boone). 
Comparet, from Wayne south to Maumee road, second east of 

Harmer. 
Coombs, from Wayne north to X. Y. C. & St. L. Ry, second 

east of Harmer. 
Cour, from Webster east to Piqua ave. south of limits. 
Creighton ave. (East), from Calhoun east to limits, first south 

of Greene. 
Creighton ave. (West), from Calhoun west to Broadway, first 

south of DeWald. 
Dawson, from Calhoun west to Hoagland ave., first north of 

Williams. 
De GrofF, from F. W., C. & St. L. Ry, south to Burgess, 

first west of St. Mary's ave. 
De Wald, from Broadway east to Hanna, second south of 

Williams, one mile from Court House. 
Diamond, from Walton ave. east, second south of P., F. W. & 

C. Ry. 
Division, from Maumee road south to Lewis, third east of 

Hanna. 
Douglas {see Third). 
Douglas ave., from Calhoun west to McClellan, second south 

of Jefferson. 
Du Bois, from Maumee road south to Wabash Ry, fourth 

east of Walton ave. 
Duck, from Calhoun east to Barr, first north of 'Water. 
Duryea, from Fairfield ave. to Hoagland ave., first south of 

Butler ; continuation of Poplar. 
Dwenger ave., from Maumee river south, second east of 

Glasgow ave. 
Eagle, from Taylor south, second west of Broadway. 
Eckart, from Hanna east to Smith, fourth south of Pontiac. 
Edgerton, from Winter east to Walton ave., first south of P., 

F. W. & C. Ry. 
Edsall, from Main south to Berry, first west of Jackson. 
Eliza, from Francis east, second south of Lewis. 
Eliza, from Walton ave. east to Euclid, second south of Mau- 
mee road. 
Elizabeth, from Spy Run ave. west to Spy Run, at north city 

limits. 
Elm, from Maumee road south to Lewis, first east of Ohio. 
Elm from St. Mary's river west to St. Mary's river, first south 

of Main. 
Emily, from Spy Run ave. west to Spy Run, first south of 

Elizabeth. 



E. L. rOLK & CO. 



Emily, from Thomas west to Gay, second south of Charley. 
Erie, from junction of Francis and N. Y. C. & St. L. Ry 

east first north of Wayne. 
Euclid {see Alliger). 

Euclid, from Vine south to Mercer, first east of Walton ave. 
Eva, from Huestis ave. south to Maple ave., first west of 

Broadway. 
Ewing, from W. Water south to Brackenridge, third west of 

Calhoun. 
Fair, from St. Mary's river to same, third south of Main. 
Fairfield ave., from George to south city limits, continua- 
tion of Gi'iflBth. 
Fifth, from Wells east to North Calhoun, fifth north of St. 

Mary's river. 
Fisher, from Holton ave. west, second south of E. Creigh- 

ton ave. 
Fletcher ave., from Maumee road south to Wayne Trace, 

first east of Range road. 
Force, from Herndon, south to Pontiac, fourth east of La- 
fayette. 
Fourth, crosses Wells, fourth north of St. Mary's river. 
Fox, crosses Creighton ave., second east of Broadway. 
Francis, from N. Y. C. & St. L. Ry, south to Wabash Ry, 

fourth east of Lafayette. 
Franklin, from Holton ave. west to Smith, fourth south of 

Pontiac. 
Franklin ave., fi-om canal feeder north to Archer ave., first 

west of St. Mary's ave. 
Frederick, from Holton ave. west to Smith, second south 

of Pontiac. 
Fulton, from W. Water south to Jefferson, first east of 

Broadway. 
Garden, crosses Jefferson, first west of Nelson. 
Gay, from Hayden south to Pontiac, third east of Hanna. 
Gerke, from Holton ave. west to Smith, first south of 

Pontiac. 
Glasgow, from Wayne south to Maumee road, fourth east 

of Walton ave. 
Grand, from Calhoun west, south side of Wabash Ry. 
Grant {see East Creighton ave). 
Grant, from Hanna east to P., F. W. & C. Ry, first south of 

Jones. 
Grant ave.; from Wayne south to Maumee road, second east 

of Walton ave. 
Greene, from Smith east to Holton ave., first south of Samuel. 
Griffith, from W. Superior south to George, second east of 

Broadway. 
Grove {see Shick). 



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Grund {see Winter). 

Hamilton, from Calhoun east to Lafayette, first south of 

Murray. 
Hanna, from N. Y. C. & St. L. Ry, south to city limits^ 

third east of Lafayette. 
Hanover, from Wayne north to W. &. E. canal, first east of 

College. 
Harmer, from N. Y. C. &. St. L. Ry, south to Haydea 

second east of Hanna. 
Harrison, from St. Mary's river south to city limits, first west 

of Calhoun. 
Hayden, from Francis east, third south of Lewis. 
Hendricks, from Fairfield ave. west to Broadway, first north 

of P., F. W. & C. Ry. 
Henry {see Antionette). 

Henry, from Holtom west to Smith, fifth south of Pontiac. 
Hensch, from Archer ave. south, third west of Wells. 
Herndon, from Hanna east to Gay, first south of Wabash Ry. 
High {see Short). 
High, from Wells west to St, Mary's second north of the 

river. 
Highland, from Calhoun west to Webster, first south of Wa- 
bash Ry. 
Hoagland ave., from Wabash Ry shops south, third west of 

Calhoun. 
Hoffman, from Wells at canal feeder west to Tyler ave. 
Holman, from Calhoun east to Hanna, second south of Lewis. 
Holton ave., from P., F. W. & C. Ry to south city limits^ 

seventh east of Hanna. 
Horace, from John east to Holton ave., first south of Grant. 
Hough, from Clay east to Hanna, first south of Holman. 
Howell, from G. R. & 1. R. R. east, second north of Burgess 

at canal feeder. 
Huestis ave., from Broadway west, second south of Creighton 

ave. 
Hugh, from Hanna east to AUiger, first south of Lewis. 
Hugh, from Walton ave. east to Euclid, first south of Mau- 

mee road. 
Humphrey, from Grant east to Glasgow, first south of Wash- 
ington. 
Hurd, from Holton ave. east, first south of Case. 
Huron, from St. Mary's river west to Sams, second south of 

Main. 
Indiana ave., south of city limits, first west of Fairfield ave. 
Jackson, from N. Y. C. & St. L. Ry south to P., F. W. & C. 

Ry, second west of Broadway. 
Jane, from Leith south, first east of Calhoun. 
Jefferson (East), from Calhoun east to Division, first south of 

Washington. 



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Jefferson (West), from Calhoun west to Fair Ground, first 

south of Washington. 
Jenison, from Holton ave. east, second south of Case. 
Jesse, from G. R. & I. R. R. east, third nortli of Burgess at 

canal feeder. 
John, from P., F. W. & C. Ry south to Poutiac, second east 

of Hanna. 
Jones {see Wallace). 

Jones, from West west to Nelson, second south of Jefferson. 
Julia, from Holton ave. west, first south of E. Creighton ave. 
Kansas, from P., F. W. & C. Ry west to Melita, first east of 

Hoagland ave. 
Killea, from Calhoun west to Hoagland ave., first south of 

Pontiac. 
K'ing, f rom E. Wayne south to Mauraee road, first east of 

Harmer. 
Koch, from Archer ave south, first west of Wells. 
Koenig, from Meegan north, first west of Hanna. 
Hiafayette, from Water south to city limits, third east of Cal- 
houn. 
Lake, from St. Mary's ave. at canal feeder, west to Franklin 

ave. 
Laselle, from Lafayette east to Hanna, first south of Charles. 
Lavina {see Pritchard.) 
Lavina ave., from Taylor south to Wabash Ry, third west of 

Broadway. 
Leith, from Calhoun east to Lafayette, first south of Pontiac. 
Lewis {see Penn). 

Lewis, from Ewing east to Walton ave., first south of Jeffer- 
son. ■* 
Lillie, from Grant south to Pontiac, third east of Holton ave. 
Lillie, from Maumee road south to Wabash Ry, first west of 

Walton ave. 
Locust, from Fairfield ave. west, first south of Wabash Ry. 
MeClellan, from Lewis south to Baker, first west of Webster. 
McCulloch, from Maumee road south to Lewis, third east of 

Ohio. 
Madison, from Barr east to Division, first south of Jefferson. 
Madison (see Sutnrnit). 

Main, from Miller east, second north of East Wayne. 
■ Main (East), from Calhoun east to X. Y. C. & St. L. Ry, first 

north of Berry. 
Main (West), from Calhoun west to city limits, first north of 

Borry. 
Maple ave., from Broadway west, third south of Creighton ave. 
Maria, from G. R. & I. R. R. east, second south of Spring. 
Marion, from High north to Douglas, first west of Wells. 
Mary, from Runnion ave. west, first north of canal feeder. 



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Masterson, from Calhoun east to Lafayette, first south of 
Hamilton. 

Maud, from Holton ave. west, first north of Pontiac. 

Maumee road, from near corner of Washington and Harmer, 
southeast to city limits. 

Mechanic's, from fair north to canal basin, third west of Main 
street bridge. 

Meegan, from Hanna west, first south of Pontiac. 

Melita, from Harrison ave. west to Hoagland ave., first south 
of Grand. 

Mercer, from Walton ave. east, third south of P.,F. W. & C.Ry. 

Meridian, from Archer south, fourth west of Wells. 

Metz, from Taylor south to Wabash Ry, first west of Broad- 
way. 

Meyer, from Holton ave. west to Smith, third south of Pontiac. 

Milan, from Winter east to Waiton ave., first south of Creigh- 
ton ave. 

Miller {see Begue). 

Miner, from Henry south, first east of Broadway. 

Montgomery, from Barr east to Hanna, first south of Lewis. 

Monroe, from Berry south to Laselle, second east of Lafay- 
ette. 

Muncie, from Pape east, first south of P. W., C. & L. Ry. 

Murray, from Calhoun east to Lafayette, first south of Wa- 
bash Ry. 

Nelson, from W. Wayne south to P., F. W. & C. Ry, fourth 
west of Jackson. 

Nirdlinger ave., from Broadway west, first south of Wall. 

N. Calhoun, from St. Mary's river north to canal feeder, third 
east of Wells. 

N. Cass, from St. Mary's river north to canal feeder, first east 
of Wells. 

X. Harrison, from St. Mary's river north to canal feeder, 
second east of Wells. 

Oak, from Division east to Ohio, first south of Jefferson. 

Oakland, from canal feeder north to Archer ave., first east of 
St. Mary's. 

Oakley,from Taylor south to Henry,first west of Fairfield ave. 

Ohio, from Maumee road south to Wabash Ry, third east of 
Harmer. 

Oliver, from P., F. W. & C. Ry south to city limits, first 
east of Smith. 

Osage, from Main north to canal basin, fourth west of Main 
street bridge. 

Pape, from F. W., C. & L. Ry south to Breck, first east of St. 
Mary's ave. 

Park ave., from Broadway west, fourth west of Creighton ave. 

Pearl, from Harrison west to Broadway, first north of Main. 



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Perin, from Alliger east to limits, first south of Maumee road. 

Philley {see Milan). 

Pine, from Taylor north, first west of Fairfield ave. 

Piqua ave., froin a point on Calhoun. 1^ miles from Court 

House, south. 
Plum, from Water northwest to St. Mary's river, first west of 

Harrison. 
Polk, from canal feeder east, parallel with F. W., C. & L. Ry. 
Pontiac, from Hoagland ave. east to Walton ave., fifth south 

of Creighton ave. 
Poplar, from Fairfield ave. west to Oakley, second south of 

Taylor. 
Prince, from Bass south to Colerick, first east of Fairfield ave. 
Pritchard, from Fairfield ave. west to Rockhill, first north of 

P., F. W. & C. Ry. 
Purman, from Warsaw east, first north of Pontiac. 
Putnam, from Wells west to Tyler ave., first south of Archer. 
Railroad, from Calhoun east to Pittsburg shops, first north 

of P., F. W. & C. Ry. 
Randall, from Grant east to Glasgow, second south of Wash- 
ington. 
Rebecca, from G. R & I. R. R. east, third south of Spring. 
Reed, from E. Creighton ave. south to Pontiac, first east of 

Holton ave. 
Richardson, from canal feeder west to G. R. & I. R. R., first 

north of Wheeler. 
Riedmiller, from Metz west to Eagle, first south of Taylor. 
Rockhill, from W. Main south of Pritchard, second west of 

Jackson. 
Rumsey ave., from canal feeder north to Spring, third east of 

G. R. & I. R. R. 
Runnion ave., from Main north to Spring, second east of G. 

R. & I. R. R. 
St. Francis (see St. Jlarbin's). 
St. Marbin's, from Lafayette east to Hanna, first south of 

Buchanan. 
St. Mary's ave., from catial basin north to city limits, eighth 

west of Wells. 
Samuel, from John east to Holton ave., fifth south of Wa- 
bash Ry. 
Shick, from N. Y. C. & St. L. Ry sOuth to E. Lewis, fifth 

east of Harmer. 
Sherman, from canal feeder north to Archer ave., second east 

of St. Mary's ave. 
Short, from Archer ave. south, second west of Wells. 
Siemon, from Pontiac south to Leith, east of Calhoun. 
Sixth, from Wells east to N. Calhoun, sixth north of St. Mary's 

river. 



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Smith, from P., F. W. & C. Ry south to city limits, fourth 

east of Hanna. 
South Wayne ave., from Creighton ave. south, first west of 

Fairfield ave. 
Spring, from Sherman west to G. R & I. R. R., second north 

of canal feeder. 
Spring, from canal feeder north to Mary, first west of Run- 

nion ave. 
Spy Run ave., from St. Mary's river at junction of Water 

and Lafayette, north to city limits. 
Stophlet, from Broadway west, first south of Nirdlinger ave. 
Sturgis, from Fulton west to Broadway, first south of West 

Jefferson. 
Summit, from Division east across McCulloch, first north of 

Lewis. 
Superior (East), from Calhoun east to Clay, first north of N, 

Y. C. & L. Ry. 
Superior (West), from Calhoun west, first north of N. Y. C. 

& L. Ry. 
Suttentield, from Webster east to Hanna, second south of 

Creighton ave. 
Taber, from Webster east to Hanna, first south of Creighton 

ave. 
Taylor, from Fairfield ave., west to Lavina ave., fourth south 

of P., F. W. & C. Ry. 
Third, from Calhoun west to St. Mary's ave., third north of 

ihe river. 
Thomas, from P., F. W. & C. Ry south to Meyer, first west 

of Holton ave. 
Thomasetta, from Thomas west to Gay, first south of E. 

Creighton ave. 
Thompson ave., from Wabash Ry south, first west of Broad- 
way. 
Tons, from Maumee river south, first east of Glasgow ave. 
Tyler ave., from Spring south to Howell, first west of Runnion 

ave. 
Union, from Berry south to Pritchard, first west of Jackson. 
University, from Wayne south to Maumee road, third east of 

Harnier. 
Van Buren, from St. Mary's river south to Pritchard, first 

west of Broadway. 
Victoria ave., from Piqua ave., south, first east of Calhoun. 
Vine, from Walton ave., east, first south of P., F. W. & C. Ry. 
Virginia, from Lafayette east to Monroe, first south of Wa- 
bash Ry. 
Wabash ave., from Mayne south to Maumee road, third east 

of Walton ave. 
Wall, from Broadway west, first south of P., F. W. & C. Ry. 



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Wallace, from Lafayette east to Smith, first south of Virginia- 
Walnut, from Fairfield ave. west, first south of Taylor. 
Walnut {see Huron) . 
Walter, from_ Wayne south to Maumee road, fourth east of 

Harmer. 
Walton ave., from Maumee road south to city limits, tenth 

east of Hanna. 
Warsaw, from Laselle south to limits, first east of Lafayette. 
Washington (East), from Calhoun east to city limits, third 

south of Main. 
Washington (West), from Calhoun west to Fair Grounds, 

third south of Main. 
Water {see Superior). 
Wayne (East), from Calhoun east to city limits, second south 

of Main. 
Wayne (West), from Calhoun west to Shick, second south of 

Main. 
Wayne Trace, from Walton ave. south of Wabash Ry, south- 
east to city limits. 
Webster, from St. Mary's river south to city limits, second 

west of Calhoun. 
Wefel, from High north to Douglas, first west of Barthold. 
Wells, from St. Mary's river north to city limits, continuation 

of Plum. 
Wheeler, from canal feeder west to G. R. & I. R. R., first 

north of Mary. 
Wiebke, from Lafayette east to Hanna, 1| miles south of 

Court House. 
Williams, from Lafayette west to Fairfield ave., fourth south 

of Wabash Ry. 
Wilt, from Broadway west to Nelson, first south of Jefferson. 
Winch, from Maumee road south to Wayne Trace, third east 

of Walton ave. 
Winter, from Edgerton south to limits, second east of Hel- 
ton ave. 
Wright, from G. R. & I. R. R. east, first south of Spring. 

PUBLIC HALLS, BUILDINGS, ETC. 

Anderson's Block and Hall, n. w. cor. Broadway and Jefferson. 
Armory Hall, s. w. cor. W. Main and Harrison. (Formerly 

Turner's Hall.) 
Barr Street Market House, s. e. cor. Barr and Berry. 
Burgess Block, s. e. cor. Main and Court. 
Centennial Block, 197 and 199 Broadway. 
City Hall, w. s. Barr bet. Berry and Wayne. 
Colerick's Hall, over 49 and 53 Columbia. 
Conrt House, e. s. Calhoun bet. Main and Berry. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. ' 23 

Driscoll's Hall, s. e. cor. Calhoun and Wabash Ry. 
Evans Block, s. s. Beny bet. Calhoun and Clinton. 
Ewing Block, s. w. cor. W. Main and Harrison. 
Foellinger's Block, 34 and 36 Calhoun. 
Foster's Block, e. s. Court bet. Main and Berry. 
G. A. R. Hall, n. w. cor. Calhoun and Main. 
Herrington Block, e. s. Fairfield ave. bet. Williams and Bass. 
Hibernia Hall, 176 Calhoun. 

Kane's Block, s. s. Main bet. Calhoun and Harrison. 
Keystone Block, s. w. cor. Calhoun and Columbia. 
Lafayette Hall, 54 Barr. 

Library Hall, n. e. cor. Calhoun and E. Lewis. 
Light Guard Armory Hall, s. w. cor. Main and Harrison. 
McDougal's Block, n. w. cor. Calhoun and Berry. 
Masonic Hall, n. w. cor. Calhoun and Berry. 
Masonic Temple, cOr. Wayne and Clinton. 
Miller Block, w. s. Clinton bet. Berry and Wayne. 
Miner Block, n. e. cor. Clinton and Main. 
Myers' Block, 108 Fairfield ave. 

Nestel's Block, s. w. cor. Broadway and W. Jefferson. 
Nierman's Block, 5 and 7 N. Harrison. 
Nill's Hall, 80 Calhoun. 
Odd Fellows' Hall, Postoffice Building. 

Odd Fellows' Hall (new), n. s. Berry bet. Calhoun and Har- 
rison. 
Phoenix Block, w. s. Calhoun n. of Main. 
Postoffice, e. s. Court s. of Main. 
Schott's Block, n. w. cor. Barr and Washington. 
Seidel Block, 52 Calhoun. 

St. Mary's Hall, s. w. cor. Lafayette and Jefferson. 
Swinney Block, 11, 13 and 15 E. Main. 
Union Block, n. w. cor. Main and Clinton. 
Verth's Hall, 267 E. Wayne. 

CITY GOVERNMENT. 

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. 

CITY OFFICERS. 

Mayor — Charles A. Zollinger. 
Clerk — John H. Trentman. 
Treasurer — Henry C. Berghoff. 
Attorney — Henry Colerick 
Marshal— Hugh M. Diehl. 



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Assessor — Louis Jocquel. 

Street Commissioner — Dennis O'Brien. 

Chief of Police— Hugh M. Diehl. 

Chief of Fire Department — Henry Hilbrecht. 

City Engineer — William H. Goshorn. 

COUKCILMEN. 

First Ward — L. Brames, C. Kramer. 
Second Ward — M. Hamilton, John Mohr, jr. 
Third Ward— James Woulfe, A. Wolf. 
Fourth Ward — S. C. Lumbard, Wm. Yergens. 
Fifth Ward— H. Michael, J.,M. Rledmiller. 
Sixth Ward— J. Sion Smith, John Welch. 
Seventh Ward — J. Wessel, sr., T. Martin. 
Eighth Ward — J. W. Vordermark, Wm. Doehrman. 
Ninth Ward— F. C. Boltz, Charles Pape. 

BOARD OF HEALTH. 

Executive Committee — J. W. Vordermark, J. Wessel, sr., 

John Mohr, jr. 
Dr. Th. Heuchling, Secretary, 

WATER WORKS TRUSTEES. 

Charles McCulloch, President; Thos. B. Kedekin, John F. 
W. Meyer. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Court House between Calhoun and Court, south of Maia 
and north of Berry. 

Judge of the Circuit Court — Hon. Edward O'Rourke. 
Judge of the Superior Court — James L. Worden. 
Judge of the Criminal Court— Samuel M. Hench. 
Clerk— Willis D. Maier. 
Prosecuting Attorney — M. H. Dawson. 
Sheriff- Wrii. D. Schiefer. 
Recorder — Joseph Mommer, jr. 
Recorder (elect)— T. S. Heller. 
Treasurer — John Dallman. 
Auditor — A. L. Griebel. 
Surveyor — D. M. Allen.' 
Coroner — Kent K. Wheelock. 

Commissioners — Henry' Hartman, Wm. H. Bryant, and Je- 
rome D. Gloyd. 
Attorney— Thos. E. Ellison. 
School Superintendent— Prof. Jeremiah Hillegass. 



FORT WAYNE DIRKCTOBT. ii& 

COURTS. 

TIME OF HOLDING COURTS IN ALLEN COUNTY. 

Circuit Court — First Monday in February, third Monday in 
April, first Monday in September, and third Monday in 
November. Hon. Edward O'Rourke, Judge. 

Criminal Court — First Monday in April, and first in October; 
six months in each term. Samuel M. Hench, Judge; C. 
M. Dawson, Prosecuting Attorney. 

Superior Court — Second Monday in January, first Monday in 
April, second Monday in September, second Monday in 
November. James L. Worden, Judge. 

U. S. COURTS. 

COURT ROOMS IN COUNTY COURT HOUSE. 

District Court of United States — June and December ; day 
fixed by the Judge. Hon. Walter Q. Gresham, Judge ; 
Noble C. Butler, Clerk ; Homer C. Hartman, Resident 
Deputy Clerk ; Gen. R. S. Foster, Marshal ; J. W. Hay- 
den, Resident Deputy Marshal. 

Circuit Court of United States — June and December ; day 
fixed by the Judge. Hon. J. N. Drummond, Judge ; 
Noble C. Butler, Clerk ; Homer C. Hartman, Resident 
Deputy Clerk ; Gen. R. S. Foster, Marshal ; J. W. Hay- 
den, Resident Deputy Marshal. 

FEDERAL OFFICERS. 

Postmaster — F. W. Keil. 

Collector of Internal Revenue — Allan H. Dougall. 

U. S. Ganger — James Harper. 

Register in Bankruptcy — John W. Hayden. 

U. S. Commissioner — J. B. Harper. 

U. S. Deputy Marshal — John W. Hayden. 

Deputy Clerk U. S. District Court — H. C. Hartman. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Chief Engineer — Henry Hilbrecht, ofiice cor. Court and E. 

Berry. 
First Assistant — John McGowan. 
Second Assistant— Fred Becker. 

Committee — A. Wolf, Wm. Yergens and Wm. Doehrman. 
Alert Hook and Ladder Company, No. 1 — Northwest cor. 

Clinton and Berry. Philip Lindlay, foreman ; Henry 

Sanders, driver ; Louis Stupe, tillerman. 
Charley Zollinger Engine — Northeast cor. Court and Berry. 

John Schroeder, engineer ; George Thieme, driver. 



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Anthony Wayne Steamer — ^Northeast cor. Court and Berry. 

Michael Conners, engineer ; George Thieme, driver. 
Vigilant Hose Company, No. 2 — Northeast cor. Clinton and 

Berry. Charles Sheldon, foreman ; Florence Boerger, 

driver. 
Torrent Hose Company, No. 3 — Northwest cor. Clinton and 

Berry. John Johnston, driver. 
Independent Hose Company — Northwest cor. Clinton and 

Berry. John Johnston, driver. 

LOCATION OF FIRE ALARM TELEGRAPH STREET 

BOXES. 

5 S. E. cor. Calhoun and Columbia. 

6 Chief Engineer's house, 57 W. Berry. 

7 Chief Engineer's store, 29 Calhoun. 

8 Cor. Wells and Hoffman. 
1-2 Cor. Third and Wells. 
1-3 Cor. High and Barthold. 
1-4 Cor. Water and Ewing. 
1-5 Cor. Calhoun and Jefferson. 
1-6 Cor. Calhoun and Chicago. 
1-7 Cor. Butler and Hoagland. 
1-8 Cor. S. Calhoun and Leith. 
2-3 Cor. Washington and Clay. 
2-4 Cor. Washington and Harmer. 
2-5 Cor. Lewis and Hanna. 

2-6 Cor. Hanna and Wallace. 

2-7 Cor. Maumee ave. and Schick. 

2-8 Boseker & White's factory, Glasgow ave. 

3-1 Cor. Main and Griffith. 

3-2 Cor. Jefferson and Griffith. 

3-4 Cor. Fairfield ave. and Bass. 

3-5 Cor. Wayne and Van Buren. 

3-6 Cor. Union and Pritchard. 

3-7 Cor. Broadway and P., F. W. & C. Ry. 

4-1 Olds & Sons' Works. 

4-2 Cor. Lafayette and P., F. W. & C. Ry Car Shops. 

5-1 Cor. Douglas ave. and Webster. 

5-2 Second Ward Engine House. 

5-3 Cor. Main and Van Buren. 

5-4 Cor. W. Main and Cherry (Nebraska). 

6-2 Cor. Barr and Madison. 



FOET WAYNE DIRECTORY. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— ALLEN COUNTY. 

Township. Names. P. O. Address. *^°^irei?° 

Aboit Shaff, Cyrus W Areola Apl. 17, '85, 

Adams .Hunter, James L — Fort Wayne Nov. 1, 84. 

Schwantz, Conrad . .New Haven Mch. 14, '84 

Linker, Valentine. . .Fort Wayne Oct. 24, '8(5 

Cedar Creek HoUopeter, Mathias Leo Nov. 10, '86 

Lindsey, Chas. W...Leo Nov. 10, '86 

Eel River Hathaway, Stephen. . Heller's Corners Nov. 8, '86 

Ross, Frank W 

Jackson Meade Frederick Monroeville May 15, '86 

Baldwin, Timothy. . .Monroeville Apl. 19, '84 

Jefferson Adams, Josiah New Haven Apl. 14, '86, 

Ladig, Nicholas Maples Apl. 14, '86. 

Lafayette Mills, Geo. W Aboit Oct. 24, '84 



Lake Smith, Andrew J. . .Port Wayne Apl. 14, '86. 

Madison Lipes, Calvin Hoagland Apl. 14, '86, 

Mathias, John Maples July 12, '84 

Marion Brown, John Williamsport Oct. 24, '84 

Maumee Ober, George W Antwerp, O Apl. 14, 

Adams, Horace E. . . Woodburn Apl. 19, '84. 

Milan Doty, Solomon Chamberlain May 17, '85 

Richhart, Joseph. . . .New Haven Nov. 3, '84. 

Monroe Sheehau, John Monroeville Apl. 14, 

Jones, Jasper W. .... .Monroeville Mch. 14, 

Baker, Alonzo S. . . .Monroeville May 15, '86, 

Shaffe, Amasa Monroeville Apl. 14, '86, 

Perry Warner, Joseph Huutertown Nov. 8, '86, 

Duuton, M. N Huntertown Nov. 14, '84. 

Pleasant Ruehling, J. J Sheldon Dec. 7, ' 

Foulks, C. S Sheldon Dec. 13, '1 

Scipio Porter, Daniel Hall's Corners Oct. 22, 'I 

Springfield Friedt, Jacob Harlan Nov. 9, 'i 

Eckles, John H Harlan Nov. 9, 'I 

St. Joseph Chausse Amos Chamberlain Nov. 6, 'I 

Porter, Hiram Fort Wayne Apl. 14, 'I 

Washington Pierce, James S Fort Wayne Apl. 14, '( 

Wayne .Ryan, Daniel Fort Wayne Nov. 14, 'i 

France, Harry P. .. .Fort Wayne Oct. 3.), 'i^ 

Pratt, Wm. T Fort Wayne Mch. 14. '84. 

Wilkinson, Thos Fort Wayne Apl. 19, '84. 

Scarlet, Chester Port Wayne Sept. 17, T" 



FORT WAYNE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 
BOARD OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES. 

OFFICE IN CENTRAL GRAMMAR BUILDING. 

Hon. A. P. Edgerton, president, 154 W. Berry. 
Max Nirdlinger, secretary, 51 W. Berry. 
Oliver P. Morgan, treasurer, 40 E. Washington. 
John S. Irwin, M. D., LL. D., superintendent, 241 W. Ma 
Miss Mary Irwin, office clerk and librarian, 241 W. Main. 
A. Gavin, janitor-in-chief, 311 E. Wayne. 



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SPECIAL TEACHERS. 
Drawing — Miss Susan B. Fowler, 103 W. Berry. 
Reading — 

Writing—John L. Tyler, 82 Dewald. 
Music— Wilbur F. Heath, 154 Griffith. 

CENTRAL GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

E. WAYNE, BETWEEN CALHOUN AND CLINTON. 

Principal — Chester T. Lane, B. A., 336 W. Washington. 

Assistants — Charles R. Dryer, A. B., M. D., Central Gram- 
mar Building; Miss Hannah E. Evry, 106 E. Washing- 
ton; Miss Flora E. Weed, 148 Clinton. 

TRAINING SCHOOL, (same building.) 

Principal — Miss Martha A. Jones, 53 W. Superior. 

Critic Teacher — Miss Sarah A. Updegraff, 34 Douglas ave. 

Model — Miss Helen Brenton, 220 W. Wayne. 

Pupil Teachers — Miss Virginia A. Clay, 161 Hanna; Miss 
Margaret M. Colerick, 236 W. Wayne; Miss Permilla F. 
. Hamel, 95 Clay; Miss Emma F. Kinnaird, 25 Williams; 
Miss Kittie J. Lehr, Spy Run ave.; Miss Minnie E. Newell, 
79 Douglas ave.; Miss Louise Raub, 49 N. Cass; Miss 
Carrie B. Schrader, 173 Griffith; Miss Nellie Taylor, care 
of J. C. Peters; Miss Annie M. Trenane, 162 W. Main. 

Janitor — Conrad Leidolf, 151 Harrison. 

JEFFERSON SCHOOL. 

S. W. COENBE JEFFERSON AND GEIFFITH. 

Principal — Miss Harriet E. Leonard, 103 W. Berry. 

Teachers — Miss Ellen McKeag, 149 Fairfield ave.; Miss Lettie 
A. VanAlstine, 186 Griffith; Miss Mary C. Harter, 241 W. 
Wayne; Miss Mary C. Potter, 130 Creighton ; Miss Louvie 
E. Strong, 128 E. Main; Miss Haddie G. Borton, 106 E. 
Washington; Miss Clara Phelps, 258 W. Wayne; Miss 
Josephine Updegraff, 34 Douglas ave.; Miss Laura Gos- 
horn, 102 E. Washington; Miss Janet A. McPhail, 192 
Ewing; Miss Adella V. Ross, 66 Wilt; Miss M. Alma 
Snider, 26 Calhoun; Miss R. Etta Cothrell, 5a Nelson; 
Miss Mary Smyser, 270 W. Washington. 

Janitor — John Immel, 139 Griffith. 

CLAY SCHOOL. 

N. W. COENER CLAY AND WASHINGTON. 

Principal — Miss Mary McClure, 103 W. Berry. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 29 

Teachers— Miss Ball R. Lloyd, 121 E. Main; Miss E. Louise 
Hamilton, 91 Williams; Miss Lizzie Mellinger, 201 E. 
JeflFerson; Miss Lulu J. Wiley, City P. O.; Miss Sarah E. 
McKean, W. Superior; Miss M. Alice Tarraon, 424 S. 
Broadway; Miss Asfnes H. Fowles, 15 Clav; Miss Kate 

C. Orr, 28 Butler; Miss Orlinda P. Sinclair, "138 E. Berry; 
Miss Georgiana Boyd, 223 Lafayette; Miss Josephine 
Strong, 128 E. Main; Mrs. Jennie S. Woodward, 134 E. 
Main. 

Janitor — Michael L. Brannan, 157 E. Washington. 

HOAGLAND SCHOOL. 

N. W. CORNER HOAGLAND AVE. AND BUTLEE. 

Principal — -Miss Frank Hamilton, 151 W. Wayne. 

Teachers— Miss Mary A. Abel, 219 E. Wayne ; Miss Emma 
L. Armstrong, 87 E. Jefferson ; Miss Belle Clark, 154 
Griffith; Miss Ellen M. Babcock,_27 Butler; Miss Lillian 

D. French, 456 Calhoun; Miss Minnie A. Sidle, 29 Gar- 
den; Miss Minnie F. H.ansher, 255 Webster ; Miss M. 
Birdova Holman, 62 Wilt; Miss Agnes Newell, 129 Fair- 
field ave.; Miss Mary E. Dick, 85 Butler; Mrs. Elsie A. 
Hall, 110 W.Washington; Miss Alice M. Habecker, 110 W. 
Washington; Miss Francis L. Conklin, 265 Creighton ave. 

Janitor — Mrs. Ann O. Callahan, 83 Williams. 

HANNA SCHOOL. 

S. W. CORNER HANNA AND WALLACE. 

Principal — Miss Helen Edgerton, 103 W. Berry. 

Teachers — Mrs. Marion H. Brenton, 19 Madison ; Miss Jen- 
nie M.Abel, 219 E.Wayne ; Miss Kittie L.Hosmer, 103 W. 
Berry ; Miss Edith M. Brewster, 397 Lafayette; Miss 
Maragret A. Wade, 172 Holman ; Miss Julia E.Orff, 233 S. 
Webster ; Miss Martha E. Wohlfort, 389 S.Calhoun ; Miss 
Annie B. Dick, 85 Butler ; Miss Augusta G. Reitze, 255 
W. Wayne ; Miss Katherine E. Freeman, P. O. Box, 953; 
Miss Addie H. Williams, 54 Williams. 

Janitor — Mrs. Maria Perritt, 290 Hauna. 

WASHINGTON SCHOOL. 

S. W. CORNER W. WASHINGTON AND UNION. 

Principal — Miss Margaret S. Cochrane, 16 Edsall. 

Teachers — Miss Laura A. Kimball, 29 West ; Miss Emma 
Stanley,221 W.Main ; Miss Rhoda A. Webb,238 W.Wayne; 
Miss Lida F. Embry, 366 S. Broadway ; Miss Isabella 
Campbell, 161 Griffith ; Miss Edith M.Cothrell, 58 Nel- 
son ; Miss Jessie L. Humphrey, 175 W. Berry ; Miss 
Elizabeth J. McFee, 328 W. Jefferson. 

Janitor — Mrs. Anna Liihrman, 213 W. Washington. 



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BLOOMINGDALE SCHOOL. 

N. W. COBNEB OF MAEION AND BOWSEB. 

Principal — Miss Margaret M. McPhail, 192 Ewing. 

Teachers — Miss Alice M. Hill, 34 Superior ; Miss Mary E. 
McClure, 210 Calhoun ; Miss Mary E. Orff, 233 S. Web-, 
Bter ; Miss Jane E. Bowman, 5 Marion ; Miss Zerniah E. 
McLain, 20 W. Superior ; Miss Mary E. Freeman, P. O. 
Box 953 ; Miss Addie Jacobson, 136 W. Wayne ; Miss 
Harriet M. Wells, 36 Clinton ; Miss Emma C. Weber, 
191 E. Washington. 

Janitor — Mrs. Elizabeth Baehner, 8 Marion. 

HARMER SCHOOL. 

Principal— Mrs. Mary S. Waldo, 19 E. JeflPerson. 

Teachers — Miss Susan S. Sinclair, 138 E. Berry ; Miss Cora 
A. Diggins, 188 E. Washington ; Miss Elizabeth Collins, 
137 E. JefPerson ; Miss Mary E. Larrabee, 197 Barr ; Miss 
Alice B. -Chaplin, 213 Fairfield ave. 

Janitor — Mrs^Eva Koeble, 222 Madison. 

EAST GERMAN SCHOOL, (same building.) 
Principal — John J. Weber, 191 E. Washington. 
Teacher — Miss Elizabeth Fuehrer, 183 E. Washington. 

WEST GERMAN SCHOOL. 

S. E. CORNER W. WASHINGTON AND WEBSTER. 

Principal — Carl Schwarz, 61 W. Washington. 
Teacher — Miss H. Mary Schrey, 89 W. Jefferson. 
Janitor — Miss Elizabeth Rohlmann, 14 Fairfield ave. 

MISCELLANEOUS SCHOOLS. 

CATHOLIC. 

Academy of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart. Conducted by 
the Sisters of the Holy Cross. P. O. address, Academic, 
Allen Co., Ind. 

Cathedral Schools, in charge of the Brothers of the Holy 
Cross. Brother Gabriel, Superior; Cathedral Square, s. 
w. cor. Clinton and Jefferson. 

St. Augustine's Academy (for girls), under the direction of 
the Sisters of Providence. Cathedral Square, s. e. cor. 
Calhoun and E. Jefferson. Sister Mary Julia, Superior. 

St. Mary's (for boys) , s. w. cor. Jefferson and Lafayette. Rev. 
J. H. Oechtering, director. 

St. Mary's (for girls), s. St. Mary's Church. Under the direc- 
tion of the Sisters of Notre Dame. Rev. J. H. Oechter- 
ing, director. 



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St. Paul's (German school), a. e. cor. W. Washington and 
Griffith. Rev. E. Koenig, director. 

St. Peter's, s. s. St. Francis, w. of Hanna. Rev. A. Messman, 
director. 

GERMAN LUTHERAN. 

Emanuel's, e. s. Union, bet. Jefferson and Wilt. Rev. Chas. 
Gross, Principal. 

Evangelical Lutheran Zion's Congregational, s. w. cor. S. 
Creighton ave. and Force. Rev. F. Dreyer, director. 

St. John's, s. e. cor. W. Washington and Van Buren. Rev. 
J. J. Kucher, Principal. 

St. Paul's, n. e; cor. Barr and Madison. Rev. Wm. Sihler, 
director. 

COLLEGES. 

Concordia College (German), belonging to the Evangelical 
Lutheran Church, e. s. Schick, bet. Washington and 
Maumee ave. Organized in Missouri in 1839. Estab- 
lished in Fort Wayne, 18-t8. Prof. R. A. Bischoff, director 
and Professor of Theology. Prof. George Schick, F. 
Zucher and Dr. O. Siemon Professors of Ancient Lan- 
guages and History; Prof. A. Crull, Professor of Ger- 
man and French Languages; Prof. H. W. Diederich, 
Professor of English Language; Dr. H. Duemling, Pro- 
fessor of Mathematics and Natural Sciences; Mr. J. H. 
Ungemach, Professor of Music; Rev. I. H. Weimann 
(Cleveland, 0.), Rev. C. Gross, Rev. H. G. Sauer, G. 
Thieme, C. Birkner and H. Paul, Trustees. Number of 
pupils during the year, 205. 

Fort Wayne College, at end of W. Wayne, Officers of the 
Board of Trustees, Rev. W. S. Birch, Pres.; George W. 
Brackenridge, Sec; John M. Miller, Treas. 

BOARD OF INSTRUCTION. 

Rev. W. F. Yocum, D. D., President, and Teacher of Higher 

Mathematics. 
C. L. Clippinger, A. M., Teacher of Natural Sciences. 
Spencer R. Smith, A. B., Teacher of Latin, Greek and 

English Literature. 
E. M. Wollank, A. M., Teacher of German and French. 
L. M. Murlin, Teacher of Elementary Business Course. 
C. B. Steraen, M. D., Teacher of Physiology. 
Julia M. Bryant, Teacher of Elocution. 
J. F. Whiteleather, Teacher of Penmanship. 
E. M. Wollank, A. M., Teacher of Piano. 
Mrs. James Hanchette, Teacher of Oil Painting. 
Col. A. T. Lukens, Military Tactics. 



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Fort Wayne College of Medicine, s. w. cor. Calhoun and 

Highland. Christian B. Stemen, M. D., Dean.; James S. 

Gregg, M. D., Treas.; George W. McCaskey, Ph. B., 

M. D., Sec. 
Westminster Home School (for Young Ladies), 251 W. Main. 

Faculty, Miss Carrie B. Sharp, Mathematics and History; 

Mrs. D. B. Wills, Latin, Literature and Book-keeping; 

Fraulein Adele Roth, Modern Languages; Miss Clara 

Goodwin, Drawing, Painting and Portraits; Prof. Chas. 

F. W. Meyer, Piano and Organ; Miss M. Pond, Voice 

Culture. 



BANKS. 

First National Bank, s. e. cor. Court and Main. Capital $400,- 

000. Organized May, 1863, re-organized May, 1882. O. 

A. Simons, Pres.; L. R. Hartman, Cash. 
Fort Wayne National Bank, s. w. cor. Main and Clinton. 

Capital, $350,000; surplus, $125,000. Organized 1865. 

S. B. Bond, Pres.; J. D. Bond, Cash.; J. C. Woodworth, 

Asst. Cash. 
Hamilton National Bank, w. s. Calhoun, s. of Main. Capital, 

$200,000 ; surplus, $100,000. Organized 1874. Charles 

McCulloch, Pres.; John Mohr, jr., Cash. 



BANDS OF MUSIC. 

Fort Wayne City Band, brass and string, Prof. Philip Keinz 

leader ; office 307 Lafayette. 
St. Paul's Lutheran Cornet Band, G. Philip Dudenhoefer 

leader. Band hall, n. e. cor. Barr and Madison. 



INCORPORATED INSTITUTIONS. 

Bass Foundry and Machine Works, Hanna s. of Wabash Ry, 

established 1853, incorporated 1873, capital $500,000. 

John H. Bass, Pres.; J. L White, Sec; R. J.Fisher, 

Treas. 
Citizens' Street Railroad Co., incorporated 1871. J. H. Bass, 

Pres.; S. B. Bond, Vice-Pres.; J. M. Barrett, Sec; F. E. 

W. Scheimann, Treas.; J. W. Pease, Supt. Office n. e. 

cor. Main and Calhoun. 
Fort Wayne Conservatory of Music, incorporated 1871. L. 

M. Ninde, Pres.; Fred. J.Hayden,Sec; C. F. W.Meyer, 

Prin., 22, 24, and 26 E. Main. 
Fort Wayne Gas Light Co., s. e. cor. Superior and Barr ; or- 
ganized 1855, capital $225,000. James Cheney, Pres., 

Treas. and Supt.; A. C. Probasco, Sec. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 33 

Fort Wayne. Organ Co., e. s. Fairfield ave., s. of Creighton 
ave. S. B. Bond, Pres.; C. E. Bond, Sec; J. M. Barrett, 
Treas.; R. F. Keith, Supt. 

Fort Wayne Saenger Bund, organized 1869 ; meets Tuesdays 
and Fridays for rehearsals, regular meetings first Sunday 
after first Tuesday in each month, at Saenger Bund 
Hall, 54- E. Main. Aug. Langhorst, Pres. 

Gause Agricultural Works, incorporated 1882, capital $50,- 
000. J. H. Bass, Pres.; S. B. Bond, Vice-Pres.; Wm. 
Kaougb, Sec; D. Shordon, Treas.; Wm.i Gause, Supt. 
P., F. W. & C. Ry near Broadway. 

Horton Manufacturing Co., cor. Main and Osage ; incorpor- 
ated 1883, capital $30,000. Dr. T. Horton, Pres.; J. C. 
Peters, Genl. Mngr. 

Kerr Murray Manufacturing Co., n. e. cor. Calhoun and Mur- 
ray ; incorporated 1881, capital, §100,000. A. D. Cress- 
ler, Mngr. 

Masonic Temple Association, capital $50,000, incorporated 
Feb., 1878. J. H. Simonson, Pres.; Wm. Lyne, Sec; H. 
W. Mordhurst, Treas.; 66 Calhoun. 

N. G. Olds & Sons, incorporated 1882, capital $400,000. 
Henry G. Olds, Pres.; John D. Olds, Vice-Pres.; Jos. 
Henry Wilder, Sec; Thos. C. Rogers, Treas.; s. e. cor. 
Lafayette & Wabash Ry. 

Northern Indiana Fair Association, incorporated 1882. E. 
A. K. Hackett, Pres.; P. A. Randall, Vice-Pres.; W. 
W. Rockhill, Sec; D. C. Fisher, Treas.; J. W. Pearse, 
Supt. 

Olds Wagon Works, incorporated 1882, capital $200,000. 
Henry G. Olds, Pres.; Wm. Johnston jr.. Sec; C. H. 
McCullough, Treas.; s. s. Murray bet. Calhoun and La- 
fayette. 

Peters' Box & Lumber Co., 79 to 101 High ; established 1870, 
incorporated Nov. 26th, 1873, capital $55,000. Charles 
Pape, Pres. and Genl. Mngr.; Willis J. Eckels, Sec. 

Standard Life Association of Fort Wayne, incorporated 1883. 
H. J. Neikirk, Pres.; J. Zwisler and Fred. G. B. Mcintosh, 
Vice-Pres's. ; H. M. Harpster, Sec; office 29 W. Main. 

Standard Manufacturing Co., organized 1883, capital $500,- 
000. Jared D. Bond, Pres.; J. F. Curtice, Sec. and 
Treas.; Geo. S. Fowler, Supt.; works Clinton nr. W., St. 
L. & P. Ry; office Burgess Block. 

The Fort Wayne Jenney Electric Light Co., organized 1881, 
O. A. Simons, Pre.s.; H. G. Olds, Vice-Pres.; R. T. 
McDonald, Treas.; P. A. Randall, Sec; office and works 
on N. Y. C. & St. L. Ry, west of Harrison. 



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BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIA- 
TION. 

German Building Loan Fund and Savings Association No. 1, 
organized January, 1881, meets last day of each month 
at 57 E. Main; stockholder's meeting to elect officers, etc., 
second Saturday in January. Chas. F. Earner, Pres.; 
John H. Pranger, Sec. ; Anton Zimmermann, Treas. 

RAILROADS. 

Fort Wayne, Cincinnati & Louisville, offices first bet. N. Cass 
and Railroad. Freight and passenger depots cor. First 
and Railroad. Elijah Smith, Pres., Boston, Mass.; C. 
Hoffman, Auditor, Ft. Wayne, Ind.; Geo. B. Campbell, 
Gen. Passenger and Ticket Agent, Ft. Wayne, Ind.; W. 
W. Worthington, Gen. Supt., Ft. Wayne, Ind. 

Grand Rapids <fe Indiana, offices, freight and passenger de- 
pots with Pittsburgh, Ft. Wayne & Chicago Ry. W. 
Oden Hughart, Pres. and Genl. Manager ; W. R. Shelby, 
Vice-Pres. and Treas.; F. A. Gorham, Auditor; A. B. 
Leet, Genl. Freight and Passenger Agent; J. M. Met- 
beany, Supt. Northern Division — General offices. Grand 
Rapids. P. S. O'Rourke, Supt. Southern Division — 
Office, Ft. Wayne, Ind. J. K. McCracken, Agent. 

Lake Shore & Michigan Southern, office, freight and passen- 
ger depots cor. First and Railroad. John Newell, Mana- 
ger, Cleveland, O.; W. H. Caniff, Division Supt., Jack- 
son, Mich.; E. S. Philley, Freight and Ticket Agent, Ft. 
Wayne, Ind. 

New York, Chicago & St. Louis ("Nickel Plate"), general 
offices Cleveland, O., passenger depot on old W. & E. 
canal, bet. Calhoun and Clinton, freight depot w. s. Har- 
rison nr. Superior. W. K. Vanderbilt, Pres., New York; 
Lewis Williams, Genl. Manager, Cleveland, O. ; F. H. 
Barnard, Freight and Ticket Agent, Ft. Wayne, Ind. 

Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago, office e. s. Clinton, bet 
Holman and Railroad ; freight depot n. e. cor. Clinton 
and Railroad. W. A. Baldwin, Genl. Manager, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa.; C. D. Law, Supt. Western Division ; J. K. 
McCracken, Agent, Ft. Wayne, Ind. 

Wabash, St.Louis & Pacific, general office St. Louis Mo., mas- 
ter mechanic's office cor. Fairfield ave. and Wabash Ry; 
passenger depot s. e. cor. Calhoun and Wabash Ry; 
freight depot s. w. cor. Calhoun and Wabash Ry. J. C. 
Gault, Genl. Manager ; H. C. Townsend, Genl. Pas- 
senger Agent, offices at St. Louis Mo.; Geo. W. Stevens, 
Genl. Supt. Eastern Division, Peru, Ind., office s. e. cor. 
Calhoun and Wabash Ry; J.B. Barnes, Master Mechanic, 
Ft. Wayne; S. B. Sweet, Agent, Ft. Wayne. 



PORT WAYNE DIRECTOET. 35 

Cincinnati, Richmond & Ft. Wayne, leased and operated by 

the Grand Rapids & Indiana. 
Citizens' Street Railroad Co., incorporated in 1871. J. H. 

Bass, Pres. ; J. M. Barrett, Sec. ; J. W. Pease, Supt. 

CEMETERIES. 

Achduth Veshaloni Congregation (Jewish), e. s. Broadway, 
bet. Wabash Ry. and P., F. W. & C. Ry tracks. 

German Lutheran (St. John's), Bluffton road, 3 miles s. w. 
from city. P. Honhaus, Supt. 

German Lutheran (St. Paul's), n. s. Maumee ave., e. of Con- 
cordia College. F. Schrader, Supt. 

Lindenwood, on Huntingdon road, half mile west from city 
limits. John H. Doswell, Supt. 

New Catholic, Hicksville State road, 1^ miles e. of city limits. 
Timothy Dalton, Supt. 



PARKS. 

Allen County Fair Grounds, west end Washington, bet. St. 

Mary's river and P., F. W. & C. Ry. Alexander Votra, 

keeper. 
Centlivre's Park, west side Spy Run ave., n. of canal feeder, 

a summer resort for parties, picnics, etc. 
Mad Anthony Park, on north side of Maumee river, e. of 

Main st. bridge. A summer resort for parties, picnics, etc. 
Swinney's Park {see Fair Grounds). 

CHURCHES. 

BAPTIST. 

First Baptist, West Jefferson, bet. Harrison and Webster, 
Rev. S. A. Northrop, Pastor. Sunday services 10:30 
a.m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school 2 p. m. Prayer meet- 
ing Wednesday evening 7:30. 

CATHOLIC. 

Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Cathedral Square, 
Calhoun; Rt. Rev. Joseph Dwenger, Bishop of the Diocese; 
Rt. Rev. Julian Benoit, Vioar General; Rev. John Lang, 
Sec; Rev. Joseph H. Brammer, Rev. Henry Boeckel- 
mann. Sunday services 7:30, 8:30 and 10:30 a. m., and 
3 p. m. Sunday school 1:30 p. m. 

St. Leo's Church, Rev. T. Vagnier, Pastor. Leo, Allen Co. 

St. Mary's (German), Southeast cor. Jefferson and Lafayette. 
Rev. John H. Oechtering, Pastor. Sunday services 10 
a. m. and 3 p. m.; Sunday school 2 p. m. 



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St. Paul's (German) Church, Southeast cor. Griffith and W. 

Washington, Rev. Edward Koenig, Pastor. Services 

10 a. m. and 2:30 p. m.; Sunday school 2 p. m. 
St. Peter's (German), South side St. Francis, w. of Hanna. 

Rev. A. Messman, Pastor. Sunday services 10 a. m. and 

3 p. m.; Sunday school 2 p. m. 
St. Vincent Church, Rev. Bonnet Roche, Pastor. Academic, 

Allen Co. 

CHRISTIAN. 

Christian Chapel, Southeast cor. W. Jefferson and Griffith. 
Rev. G. E. Ireland, Pastor. Sunday services 10:30 and 
7:30 p. m.; Sunday school 2:30 p. m. 

CHURCH OF GOD. 

Cor. Hoagland ave. and DeWald. Sunday services 10:30 a. 
m. and 7:30 p. m.; Suhday school 9 a. m. 

CONGREGATIONAL. 

(Plymouth Congregational), Northwest cor. W. Washington 
and Fulton. Rev. Joel M. Seymour, Pastor. Sunday 
services 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school 2 
p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening. 

EPISCOPAL. 

Church of the Good Shepherd, South side Holman, bet. Cal- 
houn and Clinton. 

Trinity, Southwest cor. Fulton and W. Berry. Rev. Wm. N. 
Webbe, Rector. Sunday services 10:30, a. m. and 7:30 
p. m., from December to July, and 5 p. m. during July and 
August; Sunday school 2 p. m. 

EVANGELICAL ASSOCIATION. 

Church northeast cor. Holman and Clinton. Rev. J. Fisher, 
Pastor. Sunday services 10:30 a. m. and 7 p. m.; Sunday 
school 9:30 a. m. 

REFORMED GERMAN. 

St. John's, Southeast cor.W. Washington and Webster. Rev. 

Carl Schaaf, Pastor. Sunday services 10:30 a. m. and 

7:30 p. ra. ; Sunday school 9 a. m. 
Salem, East side Clinton, bet. Wayne and Berry. Rev. C. F. 

Kriete, Pastor. Sunday services 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 

p. m. ; Sanday school 2 p. m. 

ENGLISH. 

Grace Reformed. Rev. Theo. J. Bacher, Pastor. Services 
held in Universalist church, w. s. Harrison, bet. Wayne 
and Washington. 



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Achduth Veshalom Temple, West side Harrison, nr. Wayne- 
Dr. Israel Aaron, Rabbi. Cbildrens' instruction, Sunday 
10 to 12 a. m. and 1 to 2 p. m. 

LUTHERAN. 

Emanuel Church, south side W. Jefferson, bet. Union and 
Jackson, Rev. Chas. Gross, Pastor. Sunday services 
10 a m. Sunday school 2 p. m. 

Evangelical Lutheran Zion's Congregational, s. w. cor. E. 
Creighton ave. and Force, Rev. F. Dreyer, Pastor. Ser- 
vices Sunday 10 a. m., and 3 p. m., and Wednesday 
Y:30 p. m. 

St. John's German Lutheran, southeast cor. Washington and 
Van Buren, Rev. J. J. Kucher, Pastor. Sunday services 
10 a. m., and 2 p. m. 

St. Paul's German Lutheran, west side Barr bet. Jefferson and 
Lewis, Revs. Henry G. Sauer and Wm. H. Sihler, Pas- 
tors. Services, Sunday 10 a. m., and 2 p. m., Wednes- 
day 7:30 p. m. 

Church of the Holy Trinity (English Lutheran), Rev. Sam- 
uel Wagenhals, Pastor. Southeast cor. Wayne and Clin- 
ton; Sunday services 10:30 a. m., and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday 
school 2 p. m. 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL. 

Berry Street, northeast cor. W. Berry and Harrison, Rev. C. 
G. Hudson, Pastor. Sunday services 10:30 a. m., and 
7:30 p. m. Sunday school 2 p. m. Prayer meeting 
Thursday evening. 

Simpson M. E., s. e. cor. Dawson and Harrison, Rev. M. 
C. Cooper, Pastor. Sunday services 10:30 a. m., and 7:30 
p.m. Sabbath school 2:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Thurs- 
day 7:30 p. m. 

Third Street Church, s. e. cor. Marion and Third, Rev. J. 
McConway, Pastor. Sunday services 10:30 a. m., and 
7:30 p. m. Sunday school 2 p. m. 

Wayne Street Church, s. w. cor. Broadway and W. Wayne, 
Rev. W. O. Pierce, Pastor. Sunday services 10:30 a. m., 
and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 2 p. m. Prayer meet 
ing Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 7 p. m. 

Free Methodist, south side Creighton ave. e. of Thomas, Rev. 
Geo. P. Wilson, Pastor. Sunday services 10:30 a.m., 
and 7 p. m. ; Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Prayer meeting 
Thursday 7:30 p. m. 

African Methodist, n. e. cor. E. Wayne and Francis, Rev. 
Theophilus Price, Pastor. Sunday services 10:30 a. m., 
and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school 3 p. m. 



38 K. L. POXIC & CO.'S 

PRESBYTERIAN. 

First Presbyterian, cor. Clinton and Berry, Rev. D.W. Moffat, 
D. D., Pastor. Sunday services 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. 
m. ; Sunday school 2 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday 
evening. 

Mission Sunday School, Bloomingdale Mission, northeast 
cor. Fourth and Cass streets, under the charge of the St. 
John's Reformed. Sunday services 2:30 p. m. 

Second Presbyterian, south side Berry bet. Webster and 
Ewing, Rev. Wm. H. McFarland, Pastor. Sunday ser- 
vices 10:39 a. m., and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school 2 p. m. 
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening. 

Third Presbyterian, n. e. cor. Calhoun and Holman, Rev. 
S. F. Marks, Pastor. Sunday services 10:30 a. m., and 
7:30 p. m.; Sunday school 2 p. m. Prayer meeting Wed- 
nesday evening; normal class Friday, 7:30 p. m. 

Glenwood Chapel Mission of the Second Presbyterian church, 
has no pastor; Sunday school 3:30 p. m., S. Broadway s. 
of city limits. 

UNIVERSALIST. 

West side Harrison bet. Wayne and Washington, Rev. G. I. 
Kiern, Pastor. Sunday services 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. 
m.; Sunday school 12 m. 

UNITED BRETHREN. 

First U. B. Church, s. e. cor. E. Lewis and Harmer, Rev. J. 
P. Stewart, Pastor. Sunday services 10:30 a. m., and 
7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 8 p. m.; 
Snnday school 9:30 a. m. 

MISCELLANEOl!rS INSTITUTIONS. 

Allen County Licensed Liquor Dealers' Protective Associa- 
tion, meets first Tuesday evening in each month at hall 
8. w. cor. Berry and Harrison. C. Ehrman, Pres.; C. 
Entemann, Vice-Pres.; D. C. Lunceford, Cor. Sec; A, 
Dukeman, Fin. Sec; A. Lordier, Treas. 

Allen County Medical Society. Dr. H. V. Sweringen, Pres.; 
Dr. G. M. McCaskey, Sec. Meets at Superior Court 
Room first Tuesday evening in each month. 

Arion Singing Society, meets Tuesday and Friday evenings 
at Arion Hall, s. w. cor. Main and Harrison. E. F. Ha- 
berkorn, Pres.; Felix Schanz, Sec. 

Bible Society of St. Paul's and Emanuel Churches. Rev. C. 
Gross, Pres. Meets every three months at churches. 

Blue Gill Rod and Gun Club, organized July, 1875. Willis 
D. Maier, Captain ; Peter Morganthaler. Sec. and Treas.; 
Trustees, Henry Zekind and Geo. Moon, of Warsaw, Ind., 
and John A. Maier, of Ft. Wayne; Charles S. Kiser, 
Commissary and Quartermaster. 



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Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, division No. 12, 
meets every Saturday evening at hall, 140 Calhoun. 
M. Teegarden, Chief; J. W. Orr, Sec; Henry Stocking, 
Treas. 

Catholic Knights of America, St. Bernard Branch No. 103, 
meets first and third Sunday of each month at Library 
Hall, n. e. cor. Calhoun and E. Lewis. Jos. M. Mayer, 
Pres. 

Father Mathew Total Abstinence Society, meets first Sunday 
in each month at Library Hall, n. e. cor. Calhoun and E. 
Lewis. Rt. Rev. Bishop Joseph Dweuger, Pres. ; W. T. 
Mannix, Sec. 

Fort Wayne Business College, Swinney Block, 11, IS and 15 E. 
Main. C. T. Lipes, Propr. 

Fort Wayne Catholic Circulating Library and Association, 
Library Hall n. e. cor. Calhoun and E. Lewis. Rev. J. 
Brammer, Spiritual Director; George A. Fry, Pres.; M. J. 
Houlihan, Sec; George A. Litot, Treas.; Rev. H. A. 
Brockelmann, Librarian. Association meets first Thurs- 
day in each month. Library open Thursdays and Sun- 
days from 3 to 5 p. m. and 7 to 9 p. m. Philip J. Single- 
ton, Librarian. 

Fort Wayne Cigar Makers' Union No. 37, meets first Thurs- 
day evening of each month, over 76 Calhoun. 

Fort Wayne City Hospital, 166 Barr. L.^. Ninde, Pres.; O. 
S. Hanna, Sec; Fred Thieme, Treas.; Mrs. C. L. Smith, 
Matron. 

Fort Wayne Iron Molders' Union No. 62, meet every alternate 
Tuesday evening at hall, s. w. cor. Berry and Harrison. 
Charles Lomas, Cor. Sec. ; Wm. Reinewald, Rec Sec 

Fort Wavne Typographical Union No. 78, meets first Sunday 
evening in each month. Geo. R. Hench, Pres.; C. C. 
Casterline, Sec. 

Fort Wayne Vocal Society, meets every Friday evening at 
the Conservatory of Music, 22, 24 and 26 E. Main. C. F. 
W. Meyer, director. . 

G. R. & I., C. R. & Ft. W. and Western division P., F. W. & 
C. Ry Mutual Benefit Association. Snyder Clark, Pres.; 
R. B. Rossington, Vice-Pres.; C. M. Jones, Sec; J. K. 
McCracken, Treas. 

Ladies' Society of German Lutheran Church. Mrs. Wm. 
Sihler, Pres. Meets every alternate Wednesday. 

Lafayette Benevolent Society. Hall, Foster Block. Meets 
second Sunday in each month. F. Sallier, Sec. 

Library Hall Musical, Literary and Dramatic Society. James 
M. Kane, Pres. ; C. A. Schneiders, Sec. Meets in Library 
Hall each Monday evening at 8 o'clock. 



40 K. L. POLK & CO.'S 

Nimrod Club, organized Aug. 1, 1881, meets first Monday 

of each month, at 79 Calhoun. Leb De Turk, Pres.; M. 

L. Jones, Vice-Pres.; John Hughes, Sec; C. Raquet, 

Treas. 
Northern Indiana Poultry Association, meets second Monday 

in each month. J. B.Niezer, Pres.; D. Christian, Vice- 
Pres.; J. H. Welch, Sec; G. P. Gordon, Treas. 
Plattdeutscher Fritz Reuter Verein, meets once a month at 

Hall, 140 Calhoun. A. Kalbacher, Pres.; John Brahs, 

Sec; Wm. Hollenbeck, Treas.; H. Weigman, Christian 

Lape and Wm. Meyers, Trustees. 
P., F. W. & C. Ry Mutual Benefit Association. W. H. Wyn- 

koop, Pres., Crestline, O.; J. J. Kirkland, Treas., Crest- 
line, O.; C. M. Jones and J. W. Wells, Sees, Fort 

Wayne. 
St. Aloysius Society of St. Mary's Catholic Church, meets the 

last Sunday in each month. Chas. Geiger, Pres. ; Henry 

App, Sec. 
St. Boniface Society meets monthly at the n. e. cor. of W. 

Washington and Griffith. 
St. Charles Boromeus Benevolent Society, meets every second 

Sunday in each month at St. Mary's Hall, s. w. cor. 

Lafayette and Jefferson. M. Baltes, Pres.; B. Kramer, 

Sec 
St. Joe Rowing Club, organized 1879. F. C. Boltz, Pres.; 

Chas. Centlivre, Vice-Pres.; Alex. Lavanway, Sec; Peter 

Henkenius, Treas. ; Fred C. Miller, Captain ; A. Legraw, 

Lieut. 
St. Joseph Hospital, s. w. cor. W. Main and Broadway. Mother 

Prudentia, Sister Superior ; Rev. Theodore Hibbelen, 

Chaplain. 
St. Joseph's Catholic Benevolent Society, meets second Sunday 

in each month at Library Hall, n. e. cor. Calhoun and 

Jefferson. Kilian Baker, Pres.; Geo. Litot, Sec. 
St. Joseph's School Society, meets first Sunday in each month 

at St. Mary's Hall, s. w. cor. Lafayette and Jefferson. A. 

Kraek, Pres. ; A. Zimmerman, Sec 
St. Martinus Benevolent Society, meets every second Sunday in 

each month at St. Peter's school, s. w. cor. Hanna and St. 

Martin's. George Jacoby, Pres. 
St. Patrick's Catholic Benevolent Association, meets the fourth 

Sunday in each month at Library Hall, n. e. cor. Calhoun 

and E. Lewis. Patrick Ryan, Pres. 
St. Vincent de Paul Society, instituted for relief of the poor, 

rooms Library Hall, n.e.cor.Calhoun and E.Lewis. Rev. J. 

Brammer, Spiritual Director; Kilian Baker, Pres.; P. 

Ryan, Sec; Albert Dittoe, Treas. 



FOBT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 41 

Sion S. Bass, Post No. 40, G. A. R., meets the second and 

fourth Friday evenings of each month at Grand Army 

Hall. 
The Lutheran Library Association. Joseph A. M. Storm, 

Pres.; D. W. Roscher, Sec; Fred Scheiman, Treas.; H. 

Heinrieh, Librarian. Library Hall, Wolke Block, Calhoun. 
Three River Rod and Reel Club. Charles Sheldon, Pres. ; John 

Maxwell, Sec; Wm. Wilkins, Treas.; Gen. Wayne Kiser, 

Quartermaster. Club room 132 Wells, regular meeting 

16th of each month. 

SECRET AND BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES. 



Hall northwest cor. Calhoun and Berry. 
Wayne todge, No. 25, F. & A. M. Meets first Tuesday on 

or before full moon; David A. Robison, W. M., J. H. 

Jones, Sec. 
Home Lodge, No. .342, F. & A. M. Meets first Tuesday in 

each month in Postoffice Building; F. Gibson, W. M., J. 

C. Williard, Sec 
Sol. D. Bayless Lodge, No. 359, F. & A. M. Meets second 

Monday in each month; A. R. McCurdy, W. M., Wm. 

E. Hood, Sec. 

Summit City Lodge, No. 170, F. & A. M. Meets first Fri- 
day in each month; W. S. Patton, W. M., Wm. W. 
Fisk, Sec. 

St. Mary's No. 14 (col'd). Meets first Monday in each month 
in hall n. e. cor. Francis and Wayne; C. F. Brooks W. 
M., E. P. F. Whetsell, Sec. 

Fort Wayne Chapter, No. 19, R. A. M. Meets first Wednes- 
day in each month; H. W. Mordhurst, H. P., W. T. Fos- 
ter, Sec. 

Fort Wayne Council, No. 4, R. & S. M. Meets second Wed- 
nesday in each month; H. W. Mordhurst, I. M., J. H. 
Simonson, Rec. 

Fort Wayne Commandery, No. i, K. T. Meets third Thurs- 
day in each month; R. C. Bell, E. C, W. T. Poster, Rec 

ODD FELLOWS. 

Hall in Postoflice Building. 
Fort Wayne Lodge, No. 14. Meets every Monday evening; 

F. P. Robinson, N. G., D. D. Spurrier, Sec. 
Concordia Lodge, No. 228. Meets every Wednesday eve- 
ning in hall in Postoflice building ; Edward Ehle, N. G., 
L. Jaxtheimer, Sec. 

Concordia Rebecca Lodge No. 41 (German). Meets first 
and third Thursdays in each month at hall in Postoffice 
building; John Wasserbach, N. G., Julius Schwabe, Sec. 



42 B. L. POLK * CO.'S 

Deborah Rebecca Degree Lodge, No. 110. Meets first and 
third Tuesdays in each month at hall in Postoffice build- 
ing; Mrs. S. A. Cutler, N. G., Mrs. A. Raoine, P. G., 
Mrs. Kaiser, Rec. Sec, Mrs. Hamilton, Perm. Sec. 

Fort Wayne Encampment, No. 152. Meets second and 
fourth Friday evenings in each mouth; W. B. Lambert, 
C. P., Samuel Miller," R. S. 

Harmony Lodge, No. 19. Meets every Thursday evening, at 
their hall, 20 W. Berry; John Schuster, N. G., James S. 
Frost, Sec. 

Summit City Encampment, No. 16. Meets first and third 
Friday evenings in each month, in hall on Berry street; 
E. H. Bookwalter, C. P., Judson M. Taylor, Rec. Scribe. 

Uniform Degree, Camp No. 2. Meets second and fourth 
Tuesdays of each month at hall, Postoffice building; F. 
P. Robinson, Com., L W. Campbell, Sec. 

ORDER OF CHOSEN FRIENDS. 

John H. Bass, Council No. 3. Meets second and fourth Fri- 
day evenings in each month at Odd Fellows' building, on 
Berry street; Max. Nirdlinger, O. C, Chas. Read, V. C, 
H. P. Vordermark, Rec. Sec. and Financier, Peter Mor- 
genthaler, Treas. 

KNIGHTS OP HONOR. 

No. ,1547. Meets second and fourth Wednesdays in each 
month, at Odd Fellows' hall. Berry street; George Herr, 
Dictator. W. D. Maier Reporter. 

KNIUHTS OF LABOR. 

Anthony Wayne Lodge, No. 2315. Meets every first and 
third Fridays of each month, at Odd Fellows' hall, Post- 
office building; Chas. H. Eckert, M. W. 

KNKiHTS OF PYTHIAS. 

Phcanix Lodge, No. 101. Meets every Monday evening- in 
Harmony Hall Building, W. Berry; H. C. Sites, C. C, 

. F. N. Kollock, V. C, J. D. Giimpper, Treas., T. W. 
Blair, Sec, H. Goldsmith, P. C. 

ROYAL ARCANUM. 

Howard Council No. 246. Meets first and third Fridays of 
each month at Odd Fellows' Hall on W. Berry. George 
Reiter, Regent ; Chas. F. Brenton, Sec. 



FORT WATNB DIRECTORY. 



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Rates, Reading Matter, and Full Information given 
by any Agent of the Company. 



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DEALER IN 

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ROOM MOULDINaS, WINDOW CURTAINS, 

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ABBREVIATIONS. 






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Alphabetical List of Names. 



Aaron Dr Israel, Rabbi Achduth Vesbalom Temple, res 113 

W Wayne. 
Abeitz Cbarles, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 284 

Webster. 
Abel Jennie M, teacber Hanna School, bds 219 E Wayne. 
Abel Mary A, teacher Hoagland School, bds 219 E Wayne. 
Abel Miss M Kate, teacher, bds 219 E Wayne. 
Aber David J, grocer, res 341 W Washington. 
Aber John F, photographer, bds Hedekin House. 
Abley Christian, laborer Kerr Murray Manufacturing Co, res 

s 8 Pontiac, e of Limits. * 

Aborn Thomas C, printer Ft Wayne Gazette, res 99 W 

Washington. 
Academy of Music, Julius Cahn Manager, n s E 

Berry bet Barr and Clinton. 



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Dry Goods House in the City 



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Achduth Veshalom Temple, s w cor W Wayne and Harrison. 

Ackerman Charles, laborer, res 171 Wells. 

Ackermann John, spoke turner Boseker, White & Co, bds 171 
Wells. 

Ackeiinann Martin, laborer N Leonard & Son, res s e cor 
Putnam and Short. 

Adair John, carpenter Hoffman Bros. 

Adams Andrew J, millwright Bass F & M Works, res 111 
Force. 

Adams Anthony, brakeman, res 287 E Washington. 

Adams Charles C, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 151 Wallace. 

Adams Express Co, W P Chapman Agent, 102 Cal- 
houn. 

Adams Frances (wid John), res 38 Baker. 

Adams George D, tel op'r P,F W & C Ry, res 70 Douglas ave. 

Adams Henry (col'd), coachman, res 79 DeWald. 

Adams Israel B, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 40 Bracken- 
ridge. 

Adams Israel B jr, machinist P, F W & C Ry, bds 238 W 
Wayne. 

Adams John, brickmaker Catherine Koehler, bds same. 

Adams John H, dental student H C Sites, bds 95 Baker. 

Adams Oscar, brakeman, bds 287 E Washington. 

Adams Oscar S, brass molder E B Kunkle, bds 48 Bracken- 
ridge. 

Adams Wm B, painter P, F W & C Ry, bds 48 Brackenridge. 

Adamson Louis R, porter Aveline House. 

Addleman Frank, clerk Tremont House, bds same. 

Addleman Helen, housekeeper Tremont House. 

Addleton Edward (col'd), coachman McKinnie House, res 148 
Fairfield ave. 

Adkins Albert C, finisher N G 01ds& Sons, bds 35.3 Lafayette. 

Adkins Armus W, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res 353 La- 
fayette. 

Adkins Miss Clara F, bds 353 Lafayette. 

Aex Henry, boilermaker, res 198 E Lewis. 

Affolder Ludwig, section hand P, F W & C Ry, res n s Pon- 
tiac nr Lillie. 

African Methodist church, n e cor E Wayne and Francis. 

Agenbroad John, hostler Citizens'- Street Railway Co, bds 
248 Calhoun. 

Agenbroad Wm, hostlei* Citizens' Street Railway Co, bds 248 
Calhoun. 

Agerter Frank, brakeman, bds 37 Baker. 

Agster Annie M (wid Gottlieb), res 42 W Jefferson. 

Agster Charles A, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 189Ewing. 



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MANTTPACTUBERS OF 




MOULDINGS, BRACKETS, Etc. 

DEALERS IN 

ROUGH and DRESSED LUMBER 

LATH and SHINGLES. 
Cor. Virginia and Monroe Streets, 



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Ahem Thomas, Restaurant and Saloon, Day and Night 

n w cor Harrison and 1st, res same. 
Ahern Thomas, plasterer, res 93 Williams. 
Ahlersmeyer Wm, laborer, res 91 Maumee road. 
Ahlfeldt Emil, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 300 E Wash- 
ington. 
Ahltenburg John, foreman Olds' Wagon Works, bds Harmon 

House. 
Aichele George F, marble cutter Keller & Brunner, res 182 

Greeley. 
Aikens Walter W, printer Newspaper Union, bds 24 W Berry. 
Aikins Wm, teamster B W Skelton, bds Fairfield ave. 
Albers Anna A, laundress 59 E Superior, res same. 
Albers Hermann, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 69 Force. 
Albersmeier Charles, lab N G Olds & Sons, bds 118 Madison. 
Albersmeier Lizzie (wid Frederick), res 118 Madison. 
Albert Miss .Josephine A, music teacher 164 E Lewis, res same. 
Albert Miss Mary L, res 164 E Lewis. 

Albion John W, switchman P, F W & C Ry, res s w cor Eu- 
clid ave and Diamond. 
Albrecht Anna M, domestic E Rosenthal. 
Albrecht Anton, cigarmkr L Bender, res 179 E Washington. 
Albrecht John, shoemaker 133 Broadway, res 147 same. 
Albrecht John W, clerk Adams Ex Co, bds 82 W Main. 
Albrecht martin L, Carriage Manufacturer 106 W 

Main, res 82 W Main. {See adv p 4-) 
Albrecht Peter, shoemaker John Albrecht, res n e cor Elm 

and Cherry. 
Albrecht Wm F, cigarmaker Louis Bender, res 12 Force. 
Albro Francis, clerk A J Dittoe & Co, bds 340 W Jefferson. 
Alden Samuel R, lawyer s e cor Court and Main, bds 9 E 

Wayne. 
Alder Henry H, painter, bds 20 Wilt. 
Alder Jacob, painter, res 20 Wilt. 
Alderman Dayton H, salesman Frank Alderman, res 303 W 

Washington. 
Alderman Frank (Alderman & Yarnelle), reapers, mowers and 

farm impts 10 W Columbia, res 289 W Washington. 
Alderman Sc Yarnelle (Frank Alderman, Edward 

F Yarnelle), Wholesale Iron and Heavy Hardware 54 

and 56 E Columbia. 
Aldrich Charles H ( Aldrich & Barrett), res 253 W Creighton. 
Aldrich Elisha M (G E Bursley & Co), bds G E Bursley. 
Aldrich &, Barrett (Charles H Aldrich, James M 

Barrett), Lawyers 52 Calhoun. 
Alexander Alexander J J B, laborer, res 12 Clark. 



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of all the different American and Siriss Watches. 



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JOSEPH K. BDGERTON, Proprietor, 



MANUFACTURER OP 



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OFFICE, FACTORY AND WAREHOUSE, 

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Alexander Robert B, brakeman N Y C & St L Ry. 

Allen Albert, carp Fleming Mnfg Co, bds 324 W Washington. 

Allen Albert S, sign painter, res 48 Archer ave. 

Allen Cyrus W, carpenter, res 324 W Washington. 

Allen David M, county surveyor, res 53 DeWald. 

Allen Ellen, stitcher A St Johns & Son, bds 106 Barr. 

Allen Frank F, carpenter, bds 324 W Washington. 

Allen George I, carpenter, bds 324 W Washington. 

Allen James O, photographer 129 Broadway, res same. 

Allen John, plumber G R Bowen, bds Edsall House. 

Allen John B, carpenter, bds 324 W Washington. 

Allen Richard, machinist Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 39 Grand. 

Allen Wm, conductor, G R & I R R, bds 67 Baker. 

Allgeier Anthony, teamster Louis Fox, res 133 Madison. 

Allgeier Charles, tinner W, St L & P Ry, rooms 25 Baker. 

Allgeier Frank J, tinsmith Ft W, C & L R R, res 42 5th. 

Allgeier Henry, tinner, rooms 262 E Washington. 

Allontz Wm B, carpenter, bds 74 Barr. 

Allpaugh Wm H, clerk Commercial House, bds same. 

AUread James, plasterer, bds 12 Marion. 

AUread James J, plasterer, bds 12 Marion. 

Alringer Frank, tel operator, bds 102 S Lewis. 

Alringer Isidor, bookkeeper J B White, res 102 E Lewis. 

Altekruse Henry R, carpenter Pressler & Wagner, res n e cor 

W DeWald and Oakley. 
Altekruse Wm E, carpenter, res 29 N Calhoun. 
Altenberger Basileus, res 183 Montgomery. 
Alter George J, saloon 25 Force, res 27 same. 
Alter Jacob, clerk J G Alter, bds 27 Force. 
Alter John A, truckman, res 73 Buchanan. 
Alter Nicholas, clerk Vordermark & Sons, res 133 E Main. 
Alter Peter, carpenter P, F W &-C Ry, res 27 John. 
Altevogt Henry F, clerk J Harries & Co, bds 38 Allen. 
Altevogt Herman F, res 38 Allen. 

Altevogt Wm R, machinist Bass F & M Works, bds 38 Allen. 
Altona Wm, bartender A A Hey, bds 232 W Main. 
Alvord Mrs Alwyn A, res 148 W Berry. 
Alway Edward, laborer, res w s Oakland 3 s of Hoffmam. 
Aman Charles, clerk H Niebenrall, bds 215 E Washington. 
Aman Joseph, clerk Root & Co, bds 215 E Washington. 
Aman Louis, plasterer, res 215 E Washington. 

American Express Co, W P Chapman Agent, 102 

Calhoun. 
American Farmer,E A KHackettPropr 107 Calhoun. 
Ames Frank (wid Milan), housekeeper 19 W Wayne. 
Ames George W, res 13 Hamilton. 

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at No. 5 East Columbia Street. 



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R. F. KEITH, Superintendent. 



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Ames Rufus, engineer, res w s Thomas 2 s of Samuel. 

Amon Charles, conductor, res 202 Francis. 

Amsberry Richard, laborer, res 101 Summit. 

Amstutz Miss Annie M, bds e s Oliver 1 s of Samuel. 

Amstutz John, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res 59 Lasselle. 

Amstutz Mary, res n e cor Main and Harrison. 

Amstutz Peter, laborer, res 35 John. 

Andersen Ingrar, blacksmith Olds' Wagon Works, bds 334 

Calhoun. 
Andersen Jens, laborer, res 334 Lafayette. 
Anderson August, saw filer Peters' Box & Lumber Co, res 

154 High. 
Anderson Calvin, res 123 W Wayne. 
Anderson Carrie, bds 300 E Washington. 
Anderson Catherine, (wid John), bds 81 W Superior. 
Anderson Edwin M, brakeman, res 213 Fairfield ave. 
Anderson Eli G, clerk P, F W & C Ry, res 198 W Jefferson. 
Anderson George, fireman P, E' W & C Ry, res 20 Locust. 
Anderson George O, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 293 Hanna. 
Anderson George W, conductor, res 46 McClellan. 
Anderson James, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, res 77 Butler. 
Anderson James R, engineer G R & I R R, res 140 Wallace. 
Anderson John M, cigarmkr J C Eckert, bds 22 W Jefferson. 
Anderson Louis, machinist, bds 145 Holman. 
Anderson Martha E S (wid Felix H), res 213 Fairfield ave. 
Anderson Maud, waiter The Robinson. 
Anderson Nels, wagonmaker Olds' Wagon Works, bds 300 E 

Washington. 
Anderson Peter, boxmkr Olds' Wagon Works, res 145 Holman. 
Anderson Peter, helper Bass F & M Works, res 300 E Wash- 
ington. 
Anderson Sarah (wid Alexander), res 212 Broadway. 
Anderson Thomas P, Pianos and Organs 98 Calhoun, 

res e s Spy Run ave. 
Anderson Wm H, conductor N Y C <fe St L Ry, res 81 W 

Superior. 
Anderson Wilson D,watchman Pittsburgh.bds 212 Broadway. 
Andres Mary, domestic 224 W Main. 

Andresezski Joseph, helpr Bass F & M Works, res 42 Foundry. 
Andrew David, boilermaker P, F W & C Ry, res 201 Barr. 
Andrews Dexter B, millwright Hoffman Bros, bds 253 W 

Berry. 
Andrews Edward E, fireman P, F W & C Ry, bds 320 Calhoun. 
Andrews Frank, foreman The Boys World,bds Fleming House. 
'Andrews George W, night clerk Mayer House, bds same. 
Andrews James C (Stemen & Andrews), res 201 Barr. 



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FOET WAYNE DIRECTORY. 



F. B. KENDEICK. 



KENDRICK & SHRIMPTON, 

Contractors 

AND 

BUILDERS, 




152 West IVIairL Street 
FORT WAYNE, IND. 

Auditorium and Stage Work in all its Branches 
a specialty. 

OFFICE FURNITURE m STORE FIXTURES made to order 



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Andruss George H, engineerW, St L & P Ry, res 78 Douglas. 

Angell Byron D, lumber, res 2-37 Berry. 

Angell Mary C (widow Orange), res 166 W Berry. 

Angerbeck Augusta, domestic 50 Oak. 

Angst Leonbart, blacksmith P, F W & C Ry, res 56 Madison. 

Angstmann PhUip, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 60 Huffman. 

Ankenbrok Joseph, teamr J B Morning, bds 172 E Washington. 

Ankenbruck Catherine (wid Barney), res 172 E Washington. 

Ankenbruck Frank M, molder Bass"F & M Works, bds 172 E 
Washington. 

Ankenbruck Martin H, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 172 E 
Washington. 

Ansberry Richard J, finisher N G Olds & Sons, res n s Sum- 
mit nr McCulloch. 

Anschertz Phillip H, printer Ft Wayne Gazette, res 100 E 
Washington. 

Austet George, teamster J P Tinkham, res W Main. 

Anstett George B, laborer, res s s Huron 2 e of Centre. 

Anthony John C, molder Bass F & M Works, res 441 Hanna. 

Anweiler Louis, carpenter, res 165 Jackson. 

App George, shoemaker M App, bds 104 W Washington. 

App Henry J, shoemaker M App, bds 104 W Washington. 

App Martin, feeder newspaper Union, bds 104 W Washington. 

App Hattllias, Boots and Shoes 106 Calhoun, res 104 W 
Washington. 

Archer Charles E, mailing clerk Ft Wayne Gazette, bds 156 
Wells. 

Archer David L, res 45 2d. 

Archer John H, agent, res 156 Wells. 

Archer J Frank, clerk D N Foster, bds 156 Wells. 

Archer Miss Mary J, dressmaker, 176 Huffman. 

Archer Wm L, truckman L S & M S Ry, res 71 Wells. 

Archer W Sherman, clerk, bds 156 Wells. 

Archibald Abraham F, clerk W, St L & P Ry, rooms 176 W 
Washington. 

Arens, see also Aurentz. 

Arens Anton, laborer, res 142 Madison. 

Arens Bernhard, porter Huestis & Hamilton, res 8 e cor Lewis 
& McCulloch. 

Arens Herman, bds 122 Madison. 

Arens John, grocer 122 Madison, res same. 

Arens Mary, domestic 152 E Washington. 

Arentz Philip, res 58 E Washington. 

Arentz Wm F, finisher A Hattersley & Son, bds 58 E Wash- 
ington. 

Arieon James L, printer, bds 169 Clinton. 

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The BEST DISOOVEKT for the PUEPOSE in 6,000 YEAESI 
Manufactured only by the 

SUMMIT CITY SOAP COMPANY, 

6, 8, 10 & 12 Glasgow Avenue, 
FORT WAYNE, IND. 



$500.00 REWARD 



THE BRAND AND TITLE OF THIS SOAP IS PATENTED. 

BE SURE AND ORDER 

Winger's ANTI-WASHBOARD Soap 

NONE OTHER GENUINE. 

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on a "Washboard. ^^-verytiLingr. 

Address 

SUMMIT CITY SOAP COMPANY, 

FORT WAYNE, IND. 



Morgan & Beach, Locks anrfSmmings. 



R. L. POLK & CO.'S 



Arieon Lewis, Mason, Contractor and Builder, res 169 

Clinton. (See adv p 99.) 
Arion John, blacksmith, bds Harmon House. 
Arley Scott, wheelmaker Boseker, White & Co, res n w cor 

Walton ave and E Wayne. 
Armack Bernard J, machinist P, F W & C Ry,bds 79 Putnam. 
Armack Dora (wid Albert), res V9 Putnam. 
Armack Frederick, machinist C L Olds & Co, bds 79 Putnam. 
Armbruster Miss Carrie, bds s s Horace 4 e of Thomas. 
Armbruster Charles, lab Bass F & M Works, bds 35 John. 
Armbruster Lorenz, helper Bass F & M Works, res s s Horace 

4 e of Thomas. 
.Armel Wm, laborer, bds 143 Wallace. 

Armstrong Charles, lab, res s e cor Wayne and Walton ave. 
Armstrong Charles, laborer, bds 42 W Main. 
Armstrong Emma L, teacher Hoagland School, bds 87 E 

Jefferson. ' 
Armstrong Mary, waiter McKinnie House. 
Armstrong Robert S, carpenter C G French, res s w cor De 

Wald and Hoagland ave. 
Arney Emerson, machine hand, bds Wm D Baker. 
Arney Frank J, painter J H Brimmer, bds 5 Monroe. 
Arney Miss Sarah, bds 5 Monroe. 
Arney Scott, teamster, bds Wm D Baker. 
Arnold Amos W, teamster, res w s Minor 1 n of DeWald. 
Arnold Anthony, res 131 Lafayette. 
Arnold Harry, cash Root & Co, bds 131 Lafayette. 
Arnold James S, res 140 Calhoun. 
Arnold John F, hostler Fred Briel, bds 129 Holman. 
Arnold Martha (wid Harry), bds Asbury Stewart. 
Arnold Thompson, law student, rooms 289 W Washington. 
Amy Annie (wid Daniel), res 26 Nirdlinger ave. 
Arvin John N, blksmith P,F W & C Ry, bds Harmon House. 
Ash Henry J, Stoves,Tinware, House Furnishing Goods, 

and Tinners' Stock 9 E Columbia, bds 104 E Main. 
Ashley Judson A, conductor, res 85 Baker. 
Ashley Philo H, lumberman, res 160 W Washington. 
Askren David H (Shidler & Askren), res 52 W Main. 
Astry Dell M, machine hand Rhinesmith & Simonson, bds 

29 Nirdlinger ave. 
Astry Jonas, carpenter Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 29 Nird- 
linger ave. 
Atwood Almon, miller, bds 228 W Washington. 
Atwood Bertrand H, trav agt, bds 228 W Washington. 
Atwood Jesse A, head miller John Orff, bds 228 W Wash- 



ington. 



SILVER WARE, 



eOLD PENS, GOLD and SILTEB HEADED 
CANES, BBONZES and FANCY eOODS. H. C. 
GBAFFE, Cor. Calhoon and Colombia ita. 



FOET WAYNE DIEECTOJIT. 




PROPRIETOR FORT WAYNE 

WRODGHT IRON FENCE WORKS 

FORT WAYNE, INDIANA, 



MANUFACTURER OP 



Iron and Wire Fences 



^^ 



BANK and OFFICE 
RAILINGS, 

AUTOMATIC GATES, Etc 



COEKESPONDENCE SOLICITED. 



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Atwood Thomas, teamster Berghoff Bros, bds H J Berghoff . 
Aubrey Alfred J, foreman Boseker, White & Co, res n s 

Hayden 5 w of McCulloch. 
Aubrey John J, blacksmith Bass F «fe M Works, bds n end of 

Schick. 
Aubrey Joseph, laborer, res n s Canal Basin 1 w of Hanover. 
Aubrey Joseph J, machine hand Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 

129 E Lewis. 
Auck Adam R, blacksmith, bds Mull's Hotel. 
Auer Conrad, wiper P,P W & C Ry, res 17 Nirdlinger ave. 
Auer Daniel, tailor Fred Hardung, res 39 N Calhoun. 
Auer Daniel jr, wiper L S & M S Ry, res 39 N Calhoun. 
Auer Jacob, blksmith Olds' Wagon Works, res 39 Buchanan. 
Auer John, res 19 Lasselle. 

Auer John N, "laborer Bass F & M Works, res 48 John. 
Auer Louis, laborer, bds 19 Lasselle. 
Auer Sophie, domestic 50 W Washington. 
Aufrecht Charles F, saloon 36 W Main, res same. 
Aufrecht Mary (wid Jacob), res 36 W Main. 
Au^er B liOUis, Manager City Greenhouse, res 16 E 

Washington. 
Aug^ei* Charles, Florist, Proprietor of City Greenhouse 

16 E Washington, res 453 E Wayne. {See adv, p 89). 
Auman Charles, night watchman, res 28 Orchard. 
Aumann -Caroline (wid Frederick), res 112 St Mary's ave. 
Aumaun Conrad F, machinist, res 118 Gay. 
Aumann Henry F, tinner G W Graffe & Co, bds 118 Gay. 
Aumann Miss Louisa A, bds 118 Gay. 
Aumann Miss Minnie P, bds 118 Gay. 
Aumann Wm, watchman Peters B & L Co, res 7 N Cass. 
Aumann Wm, tinner G W Graife & Co, bds 118 Gay. 
Aurentz, see also Arens. 

Aurentz Robert, clerk S A Aurentz, bds 131 Broadway. 
Aurentz Solomon A, grocer 129 Broadway, res 131 same. 
Austin Alexander W, shoemkr J A Walter, res 125 Harrison. 
Austin Aronamous B, brakeman, res 68 Chicago. 
Austrup Frederick, bds 183 E Washington. 
Auth John H, bartender E F Haberkorn, rooms 94 Calhoun. 
Auth Peter, teamster, res s s 4th 2 w of Wells. 
Aveline Catherine (wid James), res 20 Douglas ave. 
Aveline House, Miller & Moritz Proprietors, s e cor 

Calhoun and Berry. 
Avers Elizabeth (wid Henry), res 73 Force. 
Axt August, teamster, bds 129 Francis. 
Axt Charles, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 129 Francis. 
Axt Henry, lamplighter, res 146 E Lewis. 

|#lin p. Dpn Sell Chamber and Toilet Sets at low 



prices, at No. 5 East Columbia Street, 



FOET WAYNE DIEECTOEY. 



PAUL E. WOLF, 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 



PARLOR FURNITURE, EASY CHAIRS 




PATENT ROCKERS and LOUNGES 

MANUFACTURER OF FISHBECK'S PATENT BED LOUNGES, 

33 & 35 Clinton Street, FOET WAYNE, IND. 

AWNING MANUFACTORY 



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FIRST-CLASS WORK AT REASONABLE PRICES. 

ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION. 



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Axt Moritz, res 129 Francis. 

Axt Wm, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 214JMadison. 
Axx Andrew, sawyer, res 67 Rockliill. 
Ayers Philip G, sawyer Hoffman Bros, res 98 Union. 
,Ayers Wm H, laborer, res 119 W Jefferson. 
Ayres Daniel C, carpenter, res 112 Wells. 
Ayi-es Henry P, physician 114 Clinton, res same. 



? also Bade. 
Baade Ernest, carpenter, bds 59 Maumee road. 
Baade Frederick, driver Root & Co, res 13 Barthold. 
Baade Fredricka (wid Christian), bds 13 Barthold. 
Baade Henry, deliveryman Gottlieb Niemann, bds 68 Brack- 

enridge. 
Baade Wilhelmina (wid Frederick), res 13 Barthold. 
Baade Wm, truckman, res 263 E Jefferson. 
Baade Wm C,clk Wm Moellering & Son, bds 263 E Jefferson. 
Baals August (Balls & Co), res 55 Barr. 
Baals Barbara (wid George), bds 150 Montgomery. 
Baals Frank S, yardmaster, bds 302 W Jefferson. 
Baals John L, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 302 W Jefferson. 
Baals & Co (August Balls), New and Second-Hand 

Goods and Storage 59 E Main. 
Baatz Ernest J, bricklayer, res 101 Wilt. 
Baatz Wm, res e s Spy Run ave n of Elizabeth. 
Babcock Ellen M, teacher Hoagland School, bds 25 Butler. 
Babcock Mary (wid John), res 25 Butler. 
Babcock T Zephaniah, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, res 59 

cor W Main. 
Bach Moritz, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 140 E Washington. 
Bach Peter, mason, res 1 Walnut. 
Bachelder Frank, printer, bds 21 Miner. 
Bachelder Philip, clerk, res 21 Miner. 
Bacher Rev Theodore J, pastor Grace Reformed Church, res 

140 E Main. 
Backes Jacob, boilermaker P, F W & C Ry, res 30 3d. 
Backes John, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 30 3d. 
Backes John J, boilermaker P F W & C Ry, res 129 Wilt. 
Backes Mathias, boilermaker, res 25 Nirdlinger ave. 
Backes Wm, helper Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 129 Wilt. 
Backner Henry J, teacher St Paul's German Lutheran School, 

res 85 S Monroe. 
Backus John, coachman Lavinia A Bond, res 24 Walnut. 
Bade, see also Baade. 

TROY STEAM LAUNDRY, \MB^. 



FOBT WAYNE DIKECTORT. 



ISAAC d'ISAY, 

Notary, Real Estate 1 Loans 

62 CalhiouLn Street, 

FORT WAYNE, IND. 



HAS FOR SALE 



FIVE HUNDRED FARMS 

In Allen and Adjoining Counties of Indiana and Other States. 



ALSO FOR SALE 



CITY and SUBURBAN PROPERTY 

EANGrNa IN PRICE FEOM $100 TO $40,000. 



Also, FOR SALE or EXCHANGE FOR REAL ESTATE, 

Stocks of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, 

etc.; also. Steam and "Water Power 

Mills and Factories. 



If you wish to Buy, Sell or Exchange any kind of Real Estate or 
Merchandise Stocks, call at my office and leave description of property 
you want to Sell or Exchange. 

Ranches, Tracts of Grazing, Timber, Mineral and 

Coal Lands, in United States, Canada 

and Mexico. 



DESCRIPTIVE PRICE LIST FURNISHED ON APPLICATION. 

BEPEBEirCE: FOET "WAYNE NATIONAL BANK. 



BLACK SILKS CHEAP, -"" 



GEO.DeWALD&CO.'S 



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K. L. POLK & CO. 



Bade Henry, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 17 Bartliold. 

Bade Henry jr, clerk Root & Co, bds 11 Barthold. 

Baehner Mrs Elizabeth, janitress Bloomingdale school, res 8 
Marion. 

Baer, see also Bair. 

Baer Edward M, finisher, res s w cor Pine and Locust. 

Baer George J, brakeman, res 80 Creighton ave. 

Baewear Cain, foreman, res 115 W DeWald. 

Bagby Albert B, agent, res 27 Grand. 

Bahret Christian, carpet weaver 176 Broadway, res 78 Wilt. 

Bah ret Jacob T, carpet weaver 235 Lafayette, res same. 

Baier Augusta, dressmaker Mrs G J Stier, bds 37 Bass. 

Baier Christina (wid Valentine), res 37 Bass. 

Baier John, mach hand Rhinesraith & Simonson, bds 37 Bass. 

Baier Miss Minnie, dressmaker, bds 37 Bass. 

Bail Joseph, carp Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 447 E Wayne. 

Bail Mary, domestic 187 E Jefferson. 

Bailey Alpheus H, harnessmaker A S Johns, res 132 Wells. 

Bailey August, bartender A G Sarazen, res 17 N Cass. 

Bailey Miss Josephine, bds 17 N Cass. 

Bailey Wm H, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 150 Force. 

Bailey Wm M, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds 150 Force. 

Baillie Alexander McG, helper W, St L & P Ry, bds 166 
Jackson. 

Baillie John D, blksmith W, St L & P Ry, res 166 Jackson. 

Baillie Thomas S, blksmith W, StL&PRy,bds 166 Jackson. 

Bainbridge Alpha, clerk Fruit House, res n e cor 7th and La- 
fayette. 

Bainbridge Daniel W, stoker Fort Wayne Gas Light Co, bds 
14 W Jefferson. 

Bainbridge Edmond H, molder Bass F & M Works, res n w 
cor Lafayette and 7th. 

Bainbridge Miss Mary, teacher, bds W C Bainbridge. 

Bainbridge Wm C, farmer, res n e cor Lafayette and 7th. 

Bair, see also Baer. 

Bair Frank, grainer, rooms 191 Calhoun. 

Bair Jonathan (Slagle, Bair & Co), bds Fleming House. 

Bair Lemuel L (Slagle, Bair & Co), bds Fleming House. 

Bair Rachel A (wid Wm), res 67 Wilt. 

Bakei-, see also Becker. 

Baker Albert, inventor, bds s e cor W Main and College. 

Baker Albert, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 295 W Wayne. 

Baker Alexander J, blksmith C Ehrmann & Co, bds rear 201 
W Berry. 

Baker Alice, domestic 141 W Berry. 

Baker Almon, fireman, res 180 Greeley. 



D.D.WEISELL 



OFFERS A BENTAL EXPEEI- 
ENCE OF OVEU 20 lEAKS . 
84 CALHOUN STREET 



FOET WAYNE DIRECTORY. 



W. CARTER & SON, 



DEAXERS IN 



HOT AIR FURNACES 




SURFACE BURNERS. 
SELF FEEDERS. 
WOOD BURNERS. 

UKBQUAI.LED FOB 

DiiraMlitf i Economy 

ANI) ARE STRICTLY 

GAS PROOF. 

Catalogue showing large Cuts 
of different styles of Furnaces 
which are adapted to every kind 
of Fuel will be mailed free upon 
application to 

W. OARTEE & SON, 

•29 CLINTON STREET, 
FOKT WAYNE, IND. 



We also keep the Largest and MOST 
SELECT STOCK of 




MANTELS and BRATES 

In Fort Wayne and Northern Indiana. 

W. CARTBR & SON, 

39 ClilXTOlV STREET, 

FORT WAYNE, - INDIANA. 



Morgan & Beach, imperial plows. 

64 B. L. POLK & CO.'S 

Baker Bernard H, Carriage and Wagonmaker, 16 

and 18 Lafayette, bds 139 Clinton. {See adv, inside 

back cover.) 
Baker Conrad, carpenter, res rear 201 W Berry. 
Baker Edward J, carriage painter B A Baker, bds 139 Clinton. 
Baker Frank J, foreman Kilian Baker, bds same. 
Baker Hannah (wid Adam), bds 284 Webster. 
Baker Henrietta, domestic 174 W Wayne. 
Baker Isaac W, carpenter Pressler & Wagner, res 31 Duryea. 
Baker Jacob, res St Joe road, | mile n e of city limits. 
Baker Jennie, domestic 93 W Washington. 
Baker John, wagonmaker, res 139 Clinton. 
Baker John (Welch & Baker), res 18 LaSalle. 
Baker John A, driver U S Express Co, bds 25 E Main. 
Baker John G, foreman K Baker, res 347 E Wayne. 
Baker Joseph J, bill clerk U S Exp Co, res St Joe road, ^ 

mile n e of city limits. 
Baker Joseph L, clerk Glutting & Christen, bds 15 W Wash- 
ington. 
Baker Kilian, Saw-Mill cor Superior and Lafayette, 

res 92 E Main. 
Baker Vincent J, molder Bass F & M Works, bds rear 201 W 

Berry. 
Baker Wm, tinsmith, res 341 Hanna. 
Baker Wm D, teamster Summit City Soap Co, res n s E 

Wayne e of Walton ave. 
Balchner Frederick, helper John Orff, bds 403 W Main. 
Balcome Sarah (wid Rodney), dressmaker 107 Lafayette, res 

same. 
Baldock Miss Lydia, bds 144 Wallace. 
Baldock Wm R, foreman Ft Wayne Daily News, res 205 

Lafayette. 
Baldwin D H & Co, Pianos and Organs, 15 W Main. 
Baldwin Frances (wid Elbert D), res 280 W Berry. 
Balke Mary, domestic M C Foellinger. ■ 
Ball Ivan M, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 223 Lafayette. 
Ball Louis R, edger Hoffman Bros, bds 162 W Main. 
Ball Magdalena (wid Rudolph), grocery 172 W Main, res 

same. 
Ballman Joseph, watchman P, F W & C Ry, res 30 Nirdlinger. 
I?altes Jacob (M Baltes & Co), contractor, res 44 W Wayne. 
Baltes Michael (M Baltes & Co), ranfr of white lime and 

dealer in building material, 3 N Harrison, res 63 same. 
Baltes Bf & Co (Michael and Jacob Baltes), Coal and 

Wood Dealers, 3 N Harrison. 
Baltzer Barbara, domestic Washington House. 



Walclies, Dlaiiis i Jewslir 



Of eTery description. H. 
C. OKAFFE, Corner Cal- 
houn and Colnmbla Sta. 



FORT WAYNE DIEECTORT. 



Ft. Wayne Business College 

AND 

INSTITUTE OF PENMANSHIP. 



/ 0. T. LIPES, Proprietor. 
11, 13 6z 15 East n^v^ain Street, 

Opposite Covirt House, 



It is the aim of this College to thoroughly fit young men and women, 
by a vigorous course of mental drill and practical instruction, for the 
duties of active life. 

BOOK-KEEPING. 

Book-keeping is taught as a real living record of actual transactions 
by a practical bookkeeper. 

The students are required to regard themselves as actually taking 
part in the various kinds of business represented, and therefore as per- 
sonally interested in book-keeping as applied in its various forms to 
Wholesale and Retail Merchandising, Jobbing and Importing, Commis- 
sion, Forwarding Agency, Banking, Brokerage and Exchange Business. 

ACTUAL BUSINESS. 

In this part of the Course the student fills minor and important posi- 
tions in our regular Commission House, Jobbing House, Transportation 
Office, Wholesale Department and College Bank. He orders and fills 
orders, buys and sells according to the daily market and stock reports; 
thus performing a volume of business with a degree of reality that 
would astonish many of our most successful business men. 

RATES OF TUITION — In Advance. 

BUSINESS COURSE. 

Business Course, for 12 weeks $30 00 

Business Course, for 34 weeks 35 00 

Full Business Course, limited to one year 40 00 

PENMANSHIP DEPARTMENT. 

Practical Penmanship, for 4 weeks $5 00 

Ornamental Penmanship, for 13 weeks, . . . .• 20 00 

Practical and Ornamental Penmanship, for 12 jveeks, . . 15 00 

For further information, Circulsirs, etc., address 

C. T. LIPES. FORT WAYNE, IND. 



Geo. De Wald & Co.?-"* ""^ ^^^^^ 



I Oor. OaUioun and Oolumbia Sts. 



E. L. POLK & CO. I 



Balzer Valentine, section hand P, F W & C Ry, res 375 

Lafayette. 
Bandau Frederick, lab, res 2V Pritchard. 
Bandau Frederick, watchman P, F W & C Ry. 
Bandelier August, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 17 Gay. 
Bandt Frederick (Kraft & Co), res 87 W DeWald. 
Banet Louis, clerk F Sallier, bds Hedekin House. 
Bangert Bonifacius, grocer 167 Broadway, res same. 
Banke Rudolph, laborer, res n s E Lewis 1 w of Walton ave. 
Bannister Albert A, car elk P, P W & C Ry, bds n s St 

Francis 1 e of Warsaw. 
Bannister Miss Anna, bds n s St Francis 1 e of Warsaw. 
Bannister Catherine (wid George W), res n s St Francis 1 e 

of Warsaw. 
Barber Lucien B, finisher J M Miller, res 50 ECreighton ave. 
Barbier Alfred, elk Fruit House, bds 239 E Jefferson. 
Barbier Edward, elk Fruit House, bds 239 E Jefferson. 
Barbour Myron F, real estate, res 90 E Berry. 
Barcus Daniel, bds 152 Griffith. 
Barcus Henry H, fruits and confectionery 116 Calhoun, res 

152 Griffith. 
Bardelmann Ernst, laborer, res 66 Barthold. 
Barden Wm N, engineer P, F W <fc C Ry, res 75 Dawson. 
Bare John W, engineer, res 57 Smith. 
Barfield Mary (wid Kennedy), res 180 E Wayne. 
Bargus Joseph, teamster A Kalbacher, bds 156 E Jefferson. 
Bargus Martin, carpenter, res 156 E Jefferson. 
Baril Jesse B, telegraph operator, bds 248 Calhoun. 
Barker Christian, turnkey county jail, bds same. 
Barlow John R, engineer, res s end of Mechanics. 
Barlow Joseph, engineer N Y,C & St L Ry, bds 361 W Main. 
Barnard, see also Bernard. 

Bernard Francis H, agent N Y,C & St L Ry, res 242 W Berry. 
Barnard Newman (S Chaska & Co), rooms 97 W Wayne. 
Barnard Wm M, sewing machine agt, res 107 W Main. 
Barner Charles F, patternmaker Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, res 

155 Montgomery. 
Barner Hattie, domestic 142 Montgomery. 
Barner Henry, tinner H J Ash, bds 155 Montgomery. 
Barnes James W, elk P Morganthaler & Co, res 155 Hanna. 
Barnes Joseph, lather, res 165 E Lewis. 
Barnes Joshua B, master mechanic W, St L & P Ry, res n e 

cor Miner and DeWald. 
Barnett Abraham G (Powers & Barnett), res 18 E Wayne. 
Barnett Byron H, hack driver Powers & Barnett, bds 18 E 
Wayne. 



l/AAf^ 9i DDfl Sell CHANDELIERS and Fancy Table 
IxAMU 06 DlllJi Lamps, at No. 5 East Columbia Street. 



FORT WAYNE DIEECTOKT. 

WM. MOELLERING, 



Brick Manufacturer, 

DEALER IN 

Stone, Cement, Sand Stone, Lath 

SEW^ER PIPE, 

AND 

BUILDERS' MATERIAL GENERALLY. 

Nos. 53, 55. 57 and 59 Murray St., 

FORT WAYNE, IND. 



BRICK YARD SOUTH OF THE ORGAN FACTORY. 



EDWARD SEIDEL, 



AOENT POE THE BTTPPAIiO 
GEKMAW INSUEANCE CO. and 
' - "S of DAYTON, OHIO 



E. L. POLK & CO.'S 



Earning Conrad, laborer, res 206 Madison. 

Barnnni Dr George P, Veterinary Surgeon, Livery, 
Boarding and Shipping Stables 91 E Columbia, res same. 

Barr James, driver F K Safford & Co, bds 332 W Jefferson. 

Barr Mary Ann (wid Thomas), res«32 W Jefferson. 

Barr Wm J, clerk F K Safford & Co, res 9 Hood. 

Barra Barnard R, clerk J H Brannan, res n s Riverside ave. 

Barrand John B, carpenter J H Meyer, res 262 E Washington. 

Barren August, carpenter, bds 133 E Lewis. 

Barrell Mrs Josephine, res 133 E Lewis. 

Barrett Albert S, elk C B Woodworth & Co, bds 135 Wells, 

Barrett Frederick C, Apiarist 135 Wells, res same. 

Barrett Hattie (wid James), laundry 66 Murray, res same. 

Barrett James M (Aldrich & Barrett), res e s Fairfield aye, 
1 s of Creighton ave. 

Barrett John, machinist Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 29 Baker. 

Barrett Matthew, carpet layer Root & Co, res 88 Chicago. 

Barrett Thomas R, boilermaker W, St L & P Ry, res 96 
Fairfield ave. 

Barrows Frank R, photographer 18 W Berry, res 46 Brack- 
enridge. 

Barry Daniel, lab, bds 28 Melita. 

Barry Ellen, domestic 128 W Wayne. 

Barry Eugene, helper, res 1.54 Holman. 

Barry John, flagman W, St L & P Ry, bds 28 Melita. 

Barry Owen, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 154 Holman. 

Barry Wm, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 6 Kansas. 

Bartels Christian J, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 38 John. 

Bartels Frederick (Bartels & Co), res 191 Lafayette. 

Bartels Henry, laborer, bds 38 John. 

Bartels John A, contractor, res 38 Force. 

Bartels Miss Margaretha, bds 38 John. 

Bartels Wm, laborer, res 15 Hough. 

Bartels Wm jr, laborer, bds 15 Hough. 

Bartels & Co (Frederick Bartels, Louis H Gerke), Gen- 
eral Store 171 and 173 Lafayette. {See adv,p 89.) 

Bartelson Christ, laborer, bds 313 Hanna, 

Bartely Michael, physician 103 W Jefferson, res same. 

Barter George W, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 40 Bass. 

Barth Querinus, coachman, 130 W Berry. 

Barthold Sarah, laundress The Robinson. 

Bartholomew Hiram B, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds 150 
Force. 

Bartholomew Petei", tailor, res 23 Colerick. 

Bartlett Miss Laura, bds 22 Fulton. 

Bartley Josephine, domestic 77 E Berry. ' 



TROY STEAM LAUNDRY, SS.™ 



FOKT WAYNB DIEECTOET. 



Custer House 

le <5S IS -^T^sst ZMZain St. 
FORT WAYNE, IND. 

This Hotel is located in the central part of the city, one square from 

the Post and Telegraph OflSoes and Court House, and is fitted 

up with every Modern Convenience, including 

Sample Kooms for Commercial 

Travelers. 

The Bar is always supplied with the Choicest 

Wines, Liquors and Cigars 

EATES, $1.50 and $2.00 PER DAT, 

According to Location of Rooms. 

lE^ Special .A.rra,3a.g-einen.ts for Troia.pes. _JgJ 
G. SCHERZINGER, Proprietor. 

PETER A. MORAN 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 




PURE CRYSTAL ICE 



FORT WAYNE, IND. 



ORDERS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY 
ATTENDED TO. 



For KID GLOVES Ceo. Oe'^aTd & Co. 



70 R. L. POLK & CO.'S 

Barton Charles M, res 304 W Washington. 

Base Louis, molder Bass F & M Works, res 204 Madison. 

Base Peter, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 146 E Jefferson. 

Bash Charles S (S Bash & Co), res 280 W Wayne. 

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

Bash S & Co (Solomon, Charles S and Winfield S Bash 

and Peter D Smyser), Produce and Commission 22 and 

24 W Columbia. 
Bash Willis B, bookkeeper S Bash & Co, bds 240 W Berry. 
Bash Winfield S (S Bash & Co), bds 240 W Berry. 
Bashelier Daniel, bds 183 W Washington. 
Basbelier Frank M, printer, bds 183 W Washington. 
Bashelier Philip, painter, res 183 W Washington. 
Bashop Mary, domestic 239 E Jefferson. 
Bass Alfred (col'd), barber 44 W Main, res same. 

Bass Fonndrv & Machine liVorks (Capital, 

$500,000), John H Bass Pres, J I White Sec R J 

Fisher Treas, Hanna s of Railroad crossing. 
Bass John H, pres Bass Foundry & Machine Works, res 113 

W Berry. 
Bass Sion, bds e s Calhoun, 6 s of Leith. 
Bassett John M, foreman Hoffman Bros, res 70 Jackson. 
Bassett Martha, domestic 146 W Berry. 
Bastable J E, tel opr, bds Harmon House. 
Bastian Jacob, teamster, res 205 Madison. 
Baston Wm, watchman, bds 12 Chicago. 
Bastues John M, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 228 Hugh. 
Bastues Michael, basketmaker 220 Hugh, res 228 same. 
Batch Charles W, foreman Ft Wayne Daily News rooms 11 

Harmonic Hall. 
Batchelder Jesse S (Batchelder & Medsker), res 205 E Wayne. 
Batchelder & Hedsker (Jesse S Batchelder, John 

H Medsker), Wholesale and Retail Confectionery, Fruits, 

Nuts, etc, 252 Calhoun. 
Bates Clements, clerk Charles Kohn, bds same. 
Bates Lycurgus, lab P, F W & C Ry, res s w cor Spring and 

St. Mary's ave. 
Bates Mrs Minnie A, dressmaker 315 W Main, bds same. 
Bates Theodore, teamster Fruit House, res e s Spy Run ave n 

of Elizabeth. 
Battenborg Jacob, tailor, res 133 High. 
Battershall John, conductor, bds 159 Harrison. 
Battle Mary E (wid Amos), bds 22 Butler. 
Baty Wm E, sawyer, res e s St. Mary's ave 1 s of Putnam. 
Bauch C Edward, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 41 Taylor. 
Bauer, see also Bower. 



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Baner Henry, Boots and Shoes 321 Lafayette, res same. 
Bauer Jacob, molder Bass F &. M Works, bds s s Edgerton, 2 

e of Lillie. 
Bauer Joseph, laborer, bds 16 Gay. 
Bauer Kajetan J (Glutting, Bauer and Michael), res 218 

Broad way. 
Bauer Matthias, laborer, bds 16 Gay. 
Bauermaister Minnie, domestic 130 Gay. 
Baughman Jeremiah, carpenter J W Crow, res 63 4th. 
Baughraan Newton J, engineer G R & I R R, res 3 95 

Lafayette. 
Baumann John, shoemaker 374 Calhoun, res same. 
Baumeister Frederick, blacksmith, bds s w cor Lafayette and 

and Hamilton. 
Baumeister Frederick H, laborer, bds s w cor Lafayette and 

Hamilton. 
Baumer Anna, domestic 199 W Wayne. 
Baumgarden Robert H, laborer Coombs & Co, res 26 John. 
Baur Joseph, laborer Bass F & M Works, bds 60 Smith. 
Bans Frederick, chair caner, res 236 Lafayette. 
Baxter Jennie (wid Orlando), res 20 Fairfield ave. 
Baxter John H, carpenter, res 286 E Jefferson. 
Baxter John S, laborer, res 51 Oakley. 

Baxter Thomas, foreman F W Water Works, res Spy Run ave. 
Bayer Genie, laundress Troy Steam Latindry, bds 21 High. 
Bayer John, collar maker Aime Racine, res 21 High. 
Bayer Michael, laborer, res 21 High. 
Bayless Absalom, teamster, res w s Oliver 2 s of Horace. 
Bayless Alexander H, grocer, res 236 W Jefferson. 
Bayless Gustavus E, clerk Herman Gerding, bds 168 Greeley. 
Bayless Gnstavns S, Funeral Director Charles Fink, 

res 102 Franklin. 
Bayless James T, laborer, bds 168 Greeley. 
Bayless Lewis A,watchman Olds' Wagon Works, res 68 Force. 
Bayless Robert, clerk McKinnie House, bds same. 
Bayless Wilson M, dental student S B Brown, bds 236 W 

Jefferson. 
Baylis Henry, bartender J H McCain, rooms rear 20 W Berry. 
Bazire John, hostler H Israel, rooms n e cor Clinton and R R. 
Beaber, see also Bieber. 

Beaber Abraham G, carpenter, res 150 Broadway. 
Beaber Jacob, contractor, res 342 Broadway. 
Beaber Lafayette, carpenter, bds 295 W Jefferson. 
Beach Charles, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res 212 E Lewis. 
Beach Charles F, conductor, res s s Creighton ave 2 e of 

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74 R. L. POLK & CO.'S 

Beach Frederick (Morgan & Beach), Steamship Agts, 
Office 19 and 21 E Columbia, res 133 Berry. 

Beach Frederick E, laborer NY, C &St L Ry, tes 47 Wells. 

Beach Frederick J, furniture and stoves 184 Calhoun, res same. 

Beach Henry F, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 13 Brandriff. 

Beach Hiram, hostler Citizens' Street Ry Co, bds 248 Calhoun. 

Beach John, teamster City Mills s s 5th nr old brewery. 

Beach John, laborer, res 444 Broadway. 

Beach John S, dealer in cigars and tobaccos 276 Calhoun, res 
w 8 Calhoun 3 s of Allen. 

Beach Victor D, clerk J S Beach, bds same. 

Beach Wm G, bellows maker Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 444 
Broadway. 

Beadell Henry (Stewart, Jamieson & Beadell), bds 105 E 
Washington. 

Beadell Samuel, elk Stewart, Jamieson & Beadell, bds 105 E 
Washington. 

Beals Melvin M, laborer, res 34 Breck. 

Beals Thomas C, machinist, res 90 Baker. 

Beaman Wm G, driver Citizens' Street Ry Co, bds 25 Holhian. 

Beard Alfred, machinist, bds 3 Bass. 

Beaston Henry, plasterer, res 133 Fairfield ave. 

Beattie Wm, boilermaker C L Olds & Co, res e s Calhoun 2 s 
of Leith. 

Beatsch Henry, mortiser N GOlds & Sons, bds 373 Lafavette. 

Beaubien Cleophas F, fireman P, F W <fc C Ry, res 197 E 
Lewis. 

Beaubien Jeremiah, fireman, res 197 E Lewis. 

Beaver Augustus C (Beaver, Miller & Co), res e s Broadway 
nr St Mary's bridge. 

Beaver Charles^, Agt United States and Pacific Ex- 
press Co's 28 E Main, res 176 Ewing. 

Beaver Edward L, bookkeeper L B Johns, res 12 Clay. 

Beaver, Hiller & Co (Augustus C Beaver, John M 
Miller, John B Krudop, Julius Knothe, Henry M Wil- 
liams), Lumber, n e cor Francis and Hayden, 

Bechman, see also Beckman. 

Bechman Frank, millwright Bass F & M Works, res 361 E 
Washington. 

Bechman John, bds 268 E Jefferson. 

Bechner Casper, watchman, res 170 E Washington. 

Bechtol John G, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 354 W Wash- 
ington. 

Bechtold Louis (Bechtold & Didier), res 104 Maumee road. 

Bechtold & Didier (Louis Bechtold, John Didier), grocers, 
102 Maumee road. 



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HEAESE3 and HACKS Pniiiished at all Hours. 

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Eiwaril Seliel & Soa, ^afjaisa.tjg: 

76 R. L. POLK & CO.'S 

Beck Andrew, brewer, res 15Y Wells. 

Beck Conrad, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 43 Charles. 

Beck Daniel, baker A J Langohr, bds 12 Wilt. 

Beck Henry, laborer, res 15 West. 

Beck John C, hostler, bds 196 W Washington. 

Beck Leopold, carpet weaver 136 Barr, res same. 

Beck Susannah C (wid Wm L), res 196 W Washington. 

Beck Wm, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 13 West. 

Beck Wm M, cashier George De Wald & Co, bds 39 Lavina. 

Becker, see also Baker. 

Becker August, grocer 160 Fairfield ave, res same. 

Becker Charles (Fred Becker & Bro), res 11 E Washington. 

Becker Charles, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 170 W Wash- 
ington. 

Becker Conrad, butcher Fred Eckart, res 80 Buchanan. 

Becker lilisha, Dealer in Rags and Metals 71 E Colum- 
bia, res 152 W Washington. 

Becker Frederick (Fred Becker & Bro), res 11 E Washington. 

Becker Fred & Bro (Frederick and Charles), Black- 
smiths 13 E Washington. {See adv, p 95.) 

Becker Harry, clerk Frederick Schmueckle, bds 151 W Wash- 
ington. 

Becker Harry, elk Meyer Bros & Co, rooms 2 Keystone blk. 

Becker Henry, carp, res 18 Nirdlinger ave. 

Becker Henry W (Griebel, Wyckoff & Becker), bds 11 E 
Washington. 

Becker Jacob, engineer, res 372 E Washington. 

Becker Jacob, res 181 W Wayne. 

Becker Joseph, laborer, res n s Wayne Trace e of limits. 

Becker Miss Julia (Scherer & Becker), bds 220 W Berry. 

Becker Leon, elk Root & Co, bds 155 W Washington. 

Becker Leopold, trav agt, res 155 W Washington. 

Becker Lorenz, helper Bass F & M works, res 326 Hanna. 

Becker Louis, laborer Bass F & M works, res e s Gay 2 n of 
Pontiac. 

Becker Margaret (wid Frederick), res 11 E Washington. 

Becker Mary, domestic J Berghoff. 

Becker Miss Minnie, bds 11 E Washington. 

Becker Minnie (wid Christian), res 220 W Berry. 

Becker Theodore, cash L Wolf & Co, bds 152 W Washington. 

Becker Wm, tinner, C A Scharf. 

Beckes Jacob, teamster F Hake & Co, res 26 Wells. 

Beckett Wm, bds 55 E Wayne. 

Beckett Wm M, hostler Heineraan, rooms 55 E Wayne. 

Beckman, see also Bechmmi. 

Beckman Ernest L, clerk, res 103 Lafayette. 



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MANXIFACTURER OF AND WHOLESALE DKALKR IN 







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Dry Goods House in the City . 



'78 E. L. POLK & CO.' 



Beckman Frank, bricklayer, res 42 Wallace. 
Beckmann George, lab N G Olds & Sons, bds 49 St Martins. 
Beckmann Martin, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 96 Force. 
B'eckstein George, boltmaker P, F W & C Ry, bds 82 Mont- 
gomery. 
Beckstein Louis, machinist, bds 82 Montgomery. 
Becquette John A, teamster Falk & Lamley, bds J B Bec- 

quette. 
Becquette John B,bricklayer,res n s W Main le of G R&I R R. 
Becquette Henry G, machinist E B Kunkle, bds 25 E Main. 
Bedwards Wm, machinist A Hattersley & Son, res 1 Division. 
Beebe Charles H (Boltz & Beebe), res 51 Douglass ave. 
Beegan Eliza (wid Michael), boarding, 6 Kansas. 
Beegan Joseph, law student, bds 6 Kansas. 
Beerman Henry W, clerk, res 26'7 W Wayne. 
Beermann Frederick, teamster, res s s Boon 2 w of Centre. 
Beers Harry, clerk Root & Company, bds 103 Wilt. 
Begel Ernest, laborer Peters Box and Lumber Company, res 

11 Webster. 
Begly Hugh, shoemaker 58 Wells, res same. 
Begue Mary (wid John), bds 347 E Wayne. 
Behnisch B Julius, cabinetmaker Peters Box and Lumber Co, 

res 157 High. 
Behrens August, helper Bass F «fc M Works, res 17 John. 
Behrens Henry, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res n s New Haven 

road 6 e of Wayne Trace. 
Beier Charles, laborer, bds Bernard Metker. 
Beirau August F, laborer, res 17 John. 
Beirau Miss Wilhelmina, res 17 John. 
Beitter Mary, domestic 325 W Jefferson. 
Bell Benjamin, conductor N Y, C & St L R, bds Tremont 

House. 
Bell Charles, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry. 
Bell Miss Maud, bds 1 Pearl. 
Bell Rebecca (wid James S), res 233 Lafayette. 
Bell Robert C (Coombs, Bell & Morris), res 40 Douglass ave. 
Bell Wm, lumber, bds 44 Brackenridge. 
Bellamy Miss Ada, clerk Root & Co, bds 135 N Cass. 
Bellamy Albert F, painter, res 135 N Cass. 
Bellamy Fank A, elk Carnahan, Hanna & Co, bds 135 N Cass. 
Belling Henry, machine hand, bds 84 E Wayne. 
Bellnap Catherine (wid James), bds 50 W Superior. 
Below Henry, clerk, res 123 Wells. 

Benda Samuel, elk New York Tea Co, rooms 12 E Columbia. 
Bender Christoph P, wagonmaker L C Zollinger, res n e cor 

Lillic and Creighton ave. 



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Bender George, lab N G Olds & Sons, res 206 Francis. 
Bender George W, fireman P, F \V & C Ry, res 39 Taylor. 
Bender Henry, marble cutter, res 10 Locust. 
Bender Levi, cigarmaker W A Foote, bds 290 Harrison. 
Bender liOnis, Cigar Manufacturer 166 E Washington, 

res 168 same. 
Bender Mrs Marcelina, res w s Francis bet Wayne and Wash- 
ington. 
Bender Margaret (wid Henry), res 8 Lavina. 
Bender Reuben, cigarmaker H W Ortmann, res 290 Harrison. 
Bender Ursula (wid Adam), res 20 Poplar. 
Bender Wm, painter, bds 20 Poplar. 
Benedict E R, switchman new yards P, F W & C Ry. 
Benedict Frank C, brakeraan P, F W & C Ry, res s s Piqua 

road w of railroad. 
Benedict Wm, bds n w cor Walton ave and P, F W & C Ry. 
Beneke Frederick, carp P, F W & C Ry, res 225 W Creigh- 

ton ave. 
Beneke Wm, washer Meyer Bros & Co, bds 225 W Creigh- 

ton ave. 
Bengert Paulus, laborer, bds J Kegelmann. 
Bengs Herman, stonecutter Wm Moellering, res216 E Wayne. 
Beninghoff Daniel R, barber 189 Lafayette, res 300 Francis. 
Benner Benjamin B, harnessmkr C B Neireiter, res 100 W 

Superior. 
Benner Conrad, painter, res 94 Montgomery. 
Bennet Winton, watchman Gause Agricultural Works, res s s 

W DeWald, 3 e of Fox. 
Bennett Edward S, fireman G R & I R R, res s e cor Oakley 

and Poplar. 
Bennett Emma (wid Henry), res n w cor Thomas and Pontiac. 
Bennett Miss Fannie, dressmaker, bds 336 W Main. 
Bennett Homer A, engineer, res 109 Fairfield ave. 
Bennett Lsaac, pedler, res w s Franklin ave, 2 n of Putnam. 
Bennett John E, engineer, res 283 Monroe. 
Bennett Joiseph F, New and Second-Hand Goods, 

Furniture, Trunks, etc, 222 E Columbia, res same. 
Bennigin Andrew, blacksmith, bds 207 E Lewis. 
Bennigin Henry E, machinist, res 92 Force. 
Bennigin Hugh, res 207 E Lewis. 

Bennigin Hugh J, molder Bass F & M Works, res 96 Baker. 
Bennigin Joseph, bds 207 E Lewis. 
Bennigin Julian, machinist, bds 207 E Lewis. 
Benoit Ellert, barber Aveline House, res 135 Lafayette. 
Benoit Right Rev Julian, Vicar General Diocese of Fort 

Wayne, res Catiiedral Square, Clinton. 



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the Celebrated Bookford Watches, also a full line 
of all the dUTerent American and Sniia Watches. 



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Fort Wayne Pump Works 



J. SPICE & SON, 

MAUtTFACTDRERS OF 

PLAIN and PORCELAIN-LINED PUMPS 

Patent RUBBER BtJCKET CHAIN PUMPS, Etc. 
Agents for the OROFT IRON WIND-MILL. 

Aqueduct Pipe # Pump Dealers' Supplies 

lilGHTNIKG KODS PUT UP and KEPAIRED. 

48 West Main and 11 Pearl Streets, one and one-half 
squares "West of Court House. 

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STONE WORK 

STONY POINT (Mich.), BEEEA and AMHERST (Ohio), SAND STONE 
and JOLIET LIME STONE always on hand. 

ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. 

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Benoy Charles W, mach Bass F & M Works, res 87 Force. 

Bensman Henry, res 74 Madison. 

Bensman Rudolph, boilermaker W, St L & P Ry, res 92 
Madison. 

Bensman Wm, clerk fruit house, bds 92 Madison. 

Bensman Wm J, boilermkr W, StL & P Ry, res 76 Madison. 

Benson George L, printer Morning News, res 55 W Wayne. 

Bente Charles, painter W, St L & P Ry, bds 155 Griffith. 

Bente Frank, painter W, St L & P Ry, bds 155 Griffith. 

Bente Harmon F, foreman painter W, St L & P Ry, res 155 
Griffith. 

Benton Harriet (wid Alphonso), bds 26 E Wayne. 

Benz Caroline (wid Philip), res 276 E Washington. 

Benz Charles, cigarmaker J C Eckert, res 187 E Jefferson. 

Benz Henry, truckman P, F W & C Ry, bds 49 W Wash- 
ington. 

Benz Otto M, machine hand Boseker, White & Co, bds 276 
E Washington. 

Bergel Mrs Melinda, bds W L Bieber. 

Berger, see also Boerger and Burger. 

Berger Emil, baker C C Gumpper, bds 238 Calhoun. 

Berger G Frederick, laborer, bds 49 Locust. 

BerghofT Bros (Herman J Berghoff), Beer and Bot- 
tling Works, e end of E Washington. 

Berghoff Gustav, clerk A C Trentman, bds 176 Clinton. 

Berg'hofT Henry C, City Treasurer City Hall, res 175 
Clinton. 

Berghoff Herman J (Berghoff Bros), res s s E Washington 2 
e of Grant ave. 

Berghoff Hubert, bookkeeper A C Trentman, res 51 E Jef- 
ferson. 

Berghorn Frederick, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 67 Mau- 
mee road. 

Berghorn Frederick, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 290 E 
Washington. 

Berghorn Henry, carpenter, res 11 Jones. 

Berghorn Henry, carpenter, res 56 Maumee road. 

Berghorn Louis, tailor John Wasserbach, bds 290 E Wash- 
ington. 

Berk John G, carpet weaver 58 Elm, res same. 

Berkley John, switchman W, St L & P Ry, res 81 Buchanan. 

Berlemann Christina (wid Frederick), res 176 Greeley. 

Berlin Henry, packer John Orff, res 45 Boone. 

Bermingham John M, polisher Boseker, White & Co, res n e 
cor Glasgow ave and Washington. 

Bernard, see also Barnard. 

I/AAP Pf DDn SeU fine China, Tea and Dinner Sets, 
IxAAU 06 DllUi at No. 5 East Columbia Street. 



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MISSES SCHERER & BECKER, 

DEALERS IN 

HAIR GOODS, 

AND MANUFACTUKEKS OP 

Langtry's, Ne-wports, 

Waves, Coqtaets, 
s*^ S^witches, Ctarls, etc. 

170 CALHOUN STREET, 

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WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF MONUMENTAL AND ^^ 
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LOUIS RASTETTER, 

MANUFACTURER OP 

BUGGY BOWS 

AND 

Coach and Carriage Panels. 

Also, Clothes Racks. 

OFFICE AND FACTOKY, 

No. II EAST JEFFERSON STREET, FORT WAYNE, IND. 



Edward Seid el & Son, iia.PijilsBip.8M! 

84 R. L. POLK & CO.'S 

Bernard Harry IV Ii, Supt Central Union Telephone 

Co, res n w cor Berry and Barr. 
Bernard Nancy J (wid Simon), bds 74 Nelson. 
Bernard Simon, line sawyer Hoffman Bros, bds s e cor Clin- 
ton and Superior. 
Bernass George M, painter 26 W Main, res same. 
Bernhardt Christian, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 29 John. 
Bernhardt Clemens, laborer N G Olds & Sons,bds 137 Wallace. 
Berning Wm, teamster A J Bottenberg, bds same. 
Berning Wm, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 125 E Lewis. 
Berr Edward M, finisher N G Olds & Sons, res 134 Lafayette. 
Berry Street Methodist Episcopal Church, n e cor Berry and 

Harrison. 
Berry Wesley, laborer, bds s e cor Putnam and Beck. 
Bers Joseph, bds 285 Hanna. 

Bertels John, Paving Contractor -38 Force, res same. 
Berthold Frederick, brickmaker A Ormiston & Bro, res 163 

Gay. 
Berthold Frederick jr, polisher N G Olds & Sons, bds 136 

Gay. 
Berthold Louis, wheel rimmer N G Olds & Sons, bds 136 Gay. 
Bertram Charles, baker C W Jacobs, bds same. 
Besancon Frank, laborer, res 180 Hanna. 
Besancon Frank jr, brakeraan, res 178 Hanna. 
Besancon Henry, elk Mendel Frank, res 180 Hanna. 
Besson Eugene, helper, bds 136 Monroe 
Besson Frank, stonecutter, bds 136 Monroe. 
Besson James J, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 136 Monroe. 
Besson Jennie, domestic, 181 E Lewis. 
Besson John B, mason, res 136 Monroe. 
Besson Joseph J, clerk, bds 136 Monroe. 
Betz Frederick, baker W F Geller, bds 102 Broadway. 
Betz George A, finisher Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 337 W 

Washington. 
Betz John, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 337 W Washington. 
Betzler George, machine hand, bds 296 Broadway. 
Betzold Jacob, brakeman, rooms 141 Lafayette. - 
Beuke Christian, truckman, res 159 Harrison. 
Beuret Charles, machine hand N G Olds & Sons, bds 200 E 

Wayne. 
Beuret Charles A, clerk Kerr Murray Mfg Co, bds 174 E Berry 
Beuret Henry J, clerk Coombs & Co, bds 174 E Berry. 
Beuret John, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 200 E Wayne. 
Beuret John B, blksmith N G Olds & Sons, res 200 E Wayne, 
Bevan William, wheel rimmer Boseker, White & Co, bds 

Baker House. 

^r~ Troy Steam Laundry, SS3 



FOBT WAYNE DIEECTOKT. 



HENRY FREISTROFFER 
MOBSl SMOEB 

Careful attention paid to Shoeing Contracted, 

Hoofbound and Quarter-cracked Feet; 

Also Shoeing Interfering Horses. 

Special attention paid to 

Shoeing Track and 

Driving Horses. 

SHOP, 41 WEST MAIN ST., 

(Near Ewing Hall.) 

Branch Shop on Railroad Street, 

POKT -WAYNE, IND. 

All Work Warranted and Satisfaction Guaranteed 

Also Agent for the Lockie Horse Shoe Pad. 

LIVERY, SALE I BOARDING STABLE 





53 East Main Street, 

M. GLYNN, Proprietor. FORT WAYNE, IND. 



AGENT FOR THE 



CELEBRATED NEW WHITE 

AND DEALER IN 

SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES AND SUPPLIES FOR ALL MACHINES. 



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Bevelhaimer Daniel, carpenter, res s s DeWald 2 e of Oakley. 
Bevelhaimer W Dayton, carpenter, bds Daniel Bevelhaimer. 
Beven George E, brakeman, res .3.3 Walnut. 
Beverheimer John, carpenter, res 73 Oakley. 
Beverforden August, cigar manufactr 234 Webster, res same. 
Beverforden August H, clerk H F Beverforden, bds 231 Web- 
ster. 
Beverforden George, cigarmaker A Beverforden, bds 231 

Webster. 
Beverforden Henry F, Druggist 294 Calhoun, res 

284 Harrison. 
Beverforden Herman, blacksmith L B Johns, bds 231 Webster 
Beverforden Rudolph, cigarmaker A Beverforden, res 11 

Brandrifif. 
Beverforden Samuel H, Contractor 125 W Jefferson, 

res same. 
Beverley John G (col'd), head waiter Fleming House. 
Bevington S Coil, paperhgr L O Hull, bds 91 E Washington. 
Bewlah Harry J, brakeman P. F W & C Ey, bds 198 Hanna. 
Beyerle Gottlieb, proprietor Pennsylvania House. 
Beyerlein Frederick, lab Lindewood Cemetery, res n s W Main 

nr Cemetery. 
Beyerlein George, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 30 John, 
Beyerlein George M, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 30 Jones. 
Beyerlein John, finisher French, Hanna & Co, res lOY n Cass. 
Beyerlein Julius H, lab, res 42 Boon. 
Beyerlein Susan B (wid John G), bds F Beyerlein. 
Bickford George R (G R Bickford & Co), res 407 E Wayne. 
Biekford George R & Co (George R Bickford, M H 

Webb), Furniture Manufacturers, 419 and 421 E Wayne. 
Bicknell Lydia A (wid Thompson P), res 32 E Wayne. 
Bicknell Thomas P, operator W U Tel Co, bds 32 E Berry. 
Bicknese C Frederick, grocer P L Barr, res 171 E Lewis. 
Bicknese O Frederick (Kiel & Bicknese), res 73 Williams. 
Bicknese Sophie (wid Charles), bds 73 Williams. 
Bickness Henry, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 300 E Wayne. 
Biddle Edward F, clerk, bds 334 W Washington. 
Biddle Thomas M, perfumery 3^4 W Washington, res same. 
Bidler Wm (Jacob & Co), res 354 Broadway. 
Bidwell Emma (wid C Z), res s e cor Walton and Diamond. 
Bidwell Moses V, carpenter, res s e cor Walton and Diamond. 
Bidwell Wm S, carpenter, res w s Euclid ave 4 s of Vine. 
Bieber, see also JSeaber. 

Bieber Wm L, teamser K Baker, res s s Boon 2 e of Centre. 
Bieden weg Gottfried, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 83 Smith. 



Bielses John, varnisher, bds 32 W Main. 



D. D. WEISELL 



OFFERS A DENTAL EXPEBI" 
ENCE OF OVER 20 YEARS . 
84 CALHOUN STREET 



FOKT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 



JOHN GEO. STRODEL 

NiROD HALL SALOON 




54 East Main Street, 



FDRT WAVNE, 



INDIANA. 



Chapln & Gore's Sour 
"Whiskies a Specialty. 



0. P. Leutz's Rhine Wines and Cincinnati Beer. 



JOHN SEATON, OCULIST AND AURIST. 



Special Atteution given to 
of tlie 




EYE 



EAR 



Northwest cor. Oalhoim and Oolnmbia S 
FORT WAYNE, IND. 



STEPHEN S^A/'ANTON 

Sign, House 




Ornamental 
Painter. 



72 BAKER STREET, 

FORT WAYNE. - - INDIANA. 



Morgan & Beach, Builders' Hardware. 



E. L. POLK & CO. S 



Biemer George, wagonmaker City Carriage Works, res 7 Clay. 
Biemer Martin, blacksmith City Carriage Works, bds 1 Clay. 
Biendel George, helper, res w s Smith 1 s of Emily. 
Bierbaura Frederick R, car inspector N Y, C & St L Ry, res 

284 E Jefferson. 
Bierbaum Herman, laborer N Y, C & St L Ry, res 151 Taylor. 
Bierbaum Wm F, car repairer N Y, C & St L Ry, res 182 

Greeley. 
Bieverich Henry, carpenter, res 17 Pritchard. 
Bikel Charles, carpenter Jacoby & Wiegand, bds 91 Force. 
Billman Louisa (wid Gideon), res 119 W Jefferson. 
Billow Frederick, laborer Bass F & M Works, res w s Smith 

2 n of Pontiac. 
Billow John, machine hand P, F W & C Ry, res 149 Wells. 
Bilzer Jacob, teamster, res s s 5th 4 w of Wells. 
Bindle George, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 40 Smith. 
Bingamon Isaac K, engineer P, F W <& C Ry, res 82 Baker. 
Binkley Frank C, messenger P, F W & C Ry, bds 96 Smith. 
Binkley Jerome, sawyer Hoffman Bros, bds 160 Greeley. 
Binklev Rebecca B (wid Homer), res 96 Smith. 
Birbeck Wm, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 97 W DeWald. 
Bird Charles, hostler H A Read, bds Horse Shoe Hotel. 
Bird James S, dairy n s New Haven Road 9 e of Wayne Trace. 
Bireley Luther, laborer, res w s Calhoun 7 s of Pontiac. 
Bireley Wm W, wheel inspector N G Olds & Sons, res 166 

Creighton ave. 
Birge Margaret, domestic James M Barrett. 
Birker August, laborer, bds 7 Jones. 
Birkner Charles, res 266 W Jefferson. 
Bischoff John G, bds R A Bischoff. 
Bischoff Rudolph A, Director Concordia College, res college 

grounds. 
Bischoff Wm, eigarmaker, res ws St Mary's ave 1 n of Spring 
Bischoff Wm jr, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 21 St Mary's ave. 
Bishop Anna L, telephone operator, bds 22 St Mary's ave. 
Bishop Sarah B, domestic, 86 E Main. 
Bitler Samuel D (H Stephan & Co), bds 96 E Wayne. 
Bitner Alonzo J, brass molder P, F W & C Ry, res 120 

Butler. 
Bitner, Andrew C, brass molder P, F W & C Ry, bds 15 E 

Jefferson. 
Bitner Andrew J, harnessmaker A S Johns & Son, res 15 E 

Jefferson. 
Bitner Henry, clerk J D Gumpper, res 11 W Jefferson. 
Bitner John"R, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 177 E Lewis. 
Bitner Samantha T (wid Adam), res 11 W Jefferson. 



SILVER WARE, 



GOLD PENS, GOLD and SILTEB HEADED 
CANES, BRONZES and FANCY GOODS. H. C. 
GaAFFE, Cor. Calhons and ColiunUa SU. 



FORT WAYNE DIEECTORY. 



G.W. BOERGER, 

DEALER LN 

Leather @ Findings 

BOOT AND SHOE UPPERS, 
Chestnut Oak Harness Leather 

39 EAST MAIN STREET, 

FORT WAYNE, IND. 



BARTELS & CO. 



DEALERS IN 



Dry Goods, Staple and Fancy Groceries 

Best Brands of Canned Goods, Teas, Coffees, Spices, etc, 

191 and 193 LAFAYETTE STREET, 

F. BARTELS. FORT WAYNE, IND. L. H. GERKE. 

CITY GREENHOUSE 

OHAS. AUGrER, Proprietor, 
le Ea£;t ■"sT^T'asliirLg-toaa St. 

FORT WAYNE, IND. 




Cut Flowers f^ Floral Decorations 
a specialty. 

Fine Bedding Plants of all Descriptions 

IN THEIR SEASON. 

HANGING BASKETS OP GOLD FISH, 

Terra Cotta Ware, etc. 



GEO.DBWALDKO.vrKFIl DRESS GOODS 



R. L. POLK & CO. S 



Bitner Sherman, boilerraaker Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 1 1 

W Jefferson. 
Bitner Willard, clerk, bds 11 W Jefferson. 
Bitsberger Emanuel F, conductor, res 323 Calhoun. 
Bitsberger Mrs E F, dressmaker 323 Calhoun, res same. 
Bitsberger Hallie E, machine hand N G Olda & Sons, bds 323 

Calhoun. 
Bittenbender Caroline (wid Henry), res s e cor Berry and 

College. 
Bittenbender Charles H, molder Bass F & M Works, res 355 

E Lewis. 
Bittin^er Adam H (Bittinger & Forbing), 26 and 27 

P O Bldg, res 114 W Main. 
Bittinger George L, lawyer and real estate 44 Calhoun, res 

w s Broadway 1 n of Maple ave. 
Bittinger Jacob R, deputy prosecuting attorney 20 E Berry, 

res 262 W Washington. 
Bittinger Lawrence E, clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds 262 W 

Washington. 
Bittillg^er & Forbin§^ (Adam H Bittinger, John 

Forbing), Insurance, Real Estate and Loans 26 and 27 

P O Bldg. 
Bittle Christian A, tress hoopmkr H Stephan & Co, bds 234 

Francis. 
Bittle Henry W, hub inspector N G Olds & Sons, bds 234 

Francis. 
Bittner Wm E, printer Ft W Journal, bds 183 W Washington. 
Bitzinger Henry, molder A Hattersley & Son, bds 436 E 

Wayne. 
Bitzinger John, laborer, res 436 E Wayne. 
Bitzinger John G, laborer, bds 436 E Wayne. 
Bixler Wm, teamster Kilian Baker, res wsGR&IRRs 

of Main. 
Blaas Charles, laborer Olds Wagon Works, bds 71 Charles. 
Black James S, conductor P, F W & C Ry, bds 61 Bracken- 
ridge. ^ 
Black Joseph (coi'd), yardman, res 33 W Lewis. 
Black Wm S, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res 290 Hanna. 
Blackbuni George, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res w s Thomas 

1 8 of Samuel. 
Blackburn Robert, res 374 E Washington. 
Blackford Josiah, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res s e cor Sa- 
vannah and Diamond. 
Blade Kate, domestic 109 W Berry. 
Blain Scott, engineer, res 35 E Jefferson. 
Blair David, yardman The Robinson. 

UhhP )b RRn Sell JVIajolica Ware and Hand-painted 



Plates, at No. 5 East Columbia Street. 



FOKT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 91 

Merchant Tailor 

35 East IS/La^ln, cor. Olinton., 

OPPOSITE FOKT WAYNE KATIOSAL BANK, 

FORT WAYNE, - - INDIANA. 

CONRAD BRAEUER, 

Fashionable Boot and Shoe Maker 

Sewed Work to order and for 

Deformed Peet a 

specialty. 

A full line of BOOTS ^ SHOES 
32 

■WEST MAIN 'STREET. 

GEO. W. DOSWELL & BRO. 

FLORISTS. 

Firte Bedding JPlctrLts OTzr specicdty. 

BOUQUETS, OUT FLOWERS and FLOKAL DECORATIONS. 

0-reen.ti.o-u.ses, ""s?\7"est 3i»^ain St. 

NEAE LINDEN-WOOD CEMETERY, 

Address all Orders to P. 0. Box 222. FORT WAYNE, IND. 

Hnsk I Mattress Fact ory I Pate nt Feather Renovator 

Manufacturer of and Wholesale Dealer in all Knda of 
HAIR, HUSK and EXCELSIOR 

HyC j^T T I^ E S S E S 

Feather Beds Cleaned and made as good as ne-w. 
Cash paid for Husks. 

Factory, N. E. Cor. Wayne St. and Walton Ave., FORT WAYNE, IND. 




Eiiari Seli k Son ='™"«bestick cream .« 



FORT WAYNE; go and try it. 



92 K. L. POLK & CO.'S 



Blair Solon K, train dispatcher N Y, C & St L Ry, res 126 W 

Main. 
Blair Thomas W, cooper 19 E Superior, res 222 E Wayne. 
Blaisdell George, fireman P, F W & C Ry, bds Clifton House. 
Blaising John B, foreman, res 12 Oak. 
Blake Benjamin B (col'd), barber 44 E Columbia, res same. 
Blake Freeman K, law student W P Breen, bds 8 N Cass. 
Blake Thomas, laborer, bds 231 Barr. 
Blakesley Cora, chambermaid Aveline House. 
Blakesley James E, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds 45 W 

Wayne. 
Blakesley John H, hackman, res 245 W Wayne. 
Blakesley John S, messenger P, F W & C Ry, bds 330 Cal- 
houn. 
Blakesley Lyman M, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res s w cor 

Thomas and Horace. 
Blakesley Robert W, conductor P, F W «fe C Ry, res 330 

Calhoun. 
Blakley Miss Mary, bds 326 Harrison. 
Blanchard Eber, fireman, rooms 75. Dawson. 
Blanchard Wm, wiper W St L & P Ry, bds 320 Calhoun. 
Bland Wm F, brakeman, bds 103 E Main. 
Blank John, laborer, res 69 Buchanan. 
Blase Louis, baker 29 W Columbia, res same. 
Blase Wm, clerk Louis Blase, bds 29 W Columbia. 
Blee Edward, wiper N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 22 Fairfield ave. 
Blee John, laborer, res 22 Fairfield ave. 
Bleeke Christian, bds 263 E Jefferson. 
Bleekman Arthur, clerk, bds 148 Clinton. 
Bleekman Jerome, lumber, res 148 Clinton. 
Bleke Dietrich, res 131 Madison. 

Bleke Louis A, clerk George DeWald & Co, bds 131 Madison. 
Bley Henry, mach Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds Theodore Bley. 
Bley Theodore, yardmaster new yards P, F W & C Ry, res 

s s Wayne Trace. 
Bloch Wm, helper Bass F & M Works, res 85 Maumee ave. 
Block Frederick, bricklayer, res 59 Gay. 
Bloemker Catherine (wid Henry), bds 222 Francis. 
Bloemker Frederick, laborer, bds 399 E Washington. 
Bloemker Henry, carpenter, bds 399 E Washington. 
Bloemker Heni-y E, laborer, res 152 High. 
Bloemker Wm E, blacksmith helper N Y, C & St L Ry, res 

203 Gay. 
Blondiot Felix, gardener, res n s New Haven road, 1 e of 

Wayne Trace. 
Blood John, brickmaker Catherine Koehler, bds same. 

TROY STEAM LAUNDRY, H^S- 



FORT WATNB DIRECTORY. 



GEORGE W. JONES, 

Notary Public and General Agent 

Ho. 54 Calhonn St., Room 14, FORT WAYNE, IND. 



ABSTRACTS OF TITLE, 



Sale or Trade of s 

„......„„ „, ^«. .„, — „. „. „. ^ , Piest. First National Bank; S. B.Bond, 

Prest. Fort Wayne National Bank ; John H. Bass, Pre3t, Bass Foundry and Machine Works ; 
Hon, J. L. Williams ; Fred. McCuUoch, firm of McCulloch & Eichey ; A. C. Trentman, firm 



Fred. Eckert, Esq, 



, GRAHAM, Attorney-at-Law, 



, E. THORNTON, Notary PubUc, 



GRAHAM & THORNTON 
%nsnxmxcz, 

Real Estate C^ Collecting Agents 

Titles Examined and Abstracts Made. Rents Collected. 

Loans Negotiated. Collections Made. Real 

Estate Bought and Sold on 

Commission. 

No. 10 East Berry St., - FORT WAYNE, IND. 



FLETGHEEK. 



LIVERY, SALE 

AND 




Boarding Stable 

32 BARR ST.. 

Fort Wayne, Ind. 

A great variety of 

Turnouts always ready. 



KROHNE & RAQUET 
SPORTSMEN'S HOME 

TS CaliLOVLii St. 

FORT WAYNE, IND. 

Breecli M Uimh Loading &uns, 

RIFLES, REVOLVERS, 

Ammnnition, Fishing Tackle and 

Hanters' Supplies, 
New Guns made to order, and Muzzle Load! 
Loaders ; and all kinds o. 




BLACK SILKS CHEAP, -"" 



GEO.DeWALD&OO.'S 



94 K. L. POLK & CO.'S 



Bloom Miss Caroline, bds 82 W Main. 

Bloom John, traveling agent Alderman & Yarnelle, rooms 54 
E Columbia. 

Bloom Nicholas, mason, res 9 Erie. 

Bloom Nictiolas jr, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 9 Erie. 

Bloomhuff Miss Annie, bds 201 Calhoun. 

Bloomhuff Annie, domestic 210 Calhoun. 

Bloomhuff Catherine (wid Sidney C), res 33 Miner. 

Bloomhuff Nathan D, fireman, bds 33 Miner. 

Bloomhuff Samuel, bds 204 E Wayne. 

Bloomhuff Mrs Sarah, res 201 Calhoun. 

Bloomhuff Wm D, engineer, bds 33 Miner. 

Blotkamp Frank J, machine hand P, F W & C Ry, res 26 
Bass. 

Blount James A, laborer, res 63 3d. 

Blount Julia, waiter Fleming House. 

Blue John O, brakeman P, P W & C Ry, res 77 Holman. 

Blumbach Otto, plasterer, res 55 Wilt. 

Bly John, hostler Powers & Barnett, res Fairfield ave. - 

Blynn Mrs Harriet, dressmaker 135 Broadway, res same. 

Blystone Cyrus, sawyer, bds 13 Chestnut. 

Blystone Isaac, contracter, res 13 Chestnut. 

Blythe Samuel W, clerk Isaac Wile & Co, res Lima plank 
road 2 miles out. 

Boag Miss Mary L, clerk S M Foster, bds 69 W Lewis. 

Boag Wm G, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 69 W Lewis. 

Bobbett Roman, bds 116 Maumee road. 

Bobilya Louis J, salesman Frank Alderman, bds 289 W Wash- 
ington. 

Bobs Christopher, carpenter Horton Mnfg Co, bds s s Run- 
nion ave nr Howell. 

Bock Carrie (wid Frederick), bds 10 McClellan. 

Bock Frederick, laborer Bass F & M Works. 

Bock Wm, carpenter Kraft & Co, bds 39 Nirdlinger ave. 

Bockelman Rev Henry, res Cathedral Square, Clinton. 

Bockloh Charles, truckman P, F W & C Ry, res 84 W Jef- 
ferson. 

Bocksberger Frances (wid Valentine), res s s ^utnam 1 e of 
Short. 

Bocksberger Minnie, laundress Troy steam laundry, bds 36 
Beck. 

Bode Ferdinand, watchrakr H. C Graffe, bds Fleming House. 

Boden James, laborer, bds Henry Hoffer. 

Boecker Henry, helper, res 58 Pritchard. 

Boedeker Frank, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 7 Jones. 

Boediker Wm, clerk Otto Leffler, bds 75 Baker. 



D. D.WEISELL» 



FEES A DENTAL EXPEBI" 

NCE OF OVEU 20 YEARS . 

34 CALHOUN STKEET. 



FORT WATNB DIRECTORY. 




Slate Roofers. 

ALL kinds of ROOFING SLATE 

230 Oalhoun St., 
FOKT WAYNE, IND. 

All work guaranteed waterproof. 



FRED. BECKER & BRO., 

HORSE SHOERS 




13 B. "Washington St. , 
FORT WAYNE, IND. 



CHARLES BOSEKER, 

CARPENTER, CONTRACTOR 

AND 

BUILDKR, 

139 Oalhoun St., FORT WAYNE, IND. 

CHARLES A. SCHARF, 

DEALER IN AND MANUFACTURER OF 

Stoves, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware 

PROMPT ATTENTION PAID TO JOB WORK. 

II^"Koofing, Guttering and Spouting a Specialty. 
195 Lafayette St., PORT WAYNE, IND. 



Morgan & Beach, imperial plows. 

96 E. L. POLK & CO.'S 

Boegel Ernst, laborer, res 73 Webster. 

Boegel Frederick, molder C L Dees & Co, bds 71 Webster. 

Boehm Christian F, junk dealer, res 120 Rockhill. 

Boerger, see also Berger and Burger. 

Boerger Alex, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 27 Force. 

Boerger Florenz, city fireman, res 22 E Berrv. 

Boerg;er Gustave W, Leather and F"indings and Boot 

and Shoe Uppers 39 E Main, bds 183 E Washington. 

(-See adv, p 89.) 
Boerger Rudolph, with G W Boerger, res 183 E Washington. 
Boerger Simon J, clerk G W Boerger, bds 183 E Washington. 
Boerger Wm, carpenter, res 194 E Washington. 
Boese Dora, clerk Bartels & Co, bds 135 Montgomery. 
~ Elizabeth, domestic 174 W Wayne. 

Frederick, laborer, res s e cor Penn and Dubois. 
Boese Frederick C, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res s e cor 

Maumee ave and Lillie. 
Boese Lottie, domestic 173 W Wayne. 
Boese Wm R, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 18 Hough. 
Boeson Christian, laborer Olds' Wagon Works. 
Boester Frederick H, contractor, 164 Griffith, res same. 
Bogart John Z, carpenter N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 31 W Co- 
lumbia. 
Bogasch Annie (wid Frederick), res e s Oakland 1 n of Aboit. 
Bogasch Frank, teamster, bds Annie Bogasch. 
Bogenschuetz Charles, laborer, bds 43 Charles. 
Bohen Michael, laborer, res 245 E Jefferson. 
Bohen Michael H, spokedriver Boseker, White & Co, bds 245 

E Jefferson. 
Bohen Thomas, tinner, bds 245 E Jefferson. 
■ Bohen Wm, candymaker, bds 245 E Jefferson. 
Bohling Fred H, molder Bass F & M Works, bds W S Force, 

1 s of Creighton ave. 
Bohling Wm, molder Bass F & M Works, res w s Force, 1 s 

of Creighton ave. 
Bohn Christ P, foreman Indiana Staats Zeitung, res 20 Allen. 
Bohn Wm A, clerk Coombs & Co, res 63 Brackenridge. 
Bohne Charles, patternmaker C L Olds & Co, res s e cor 

Boone and Centre. 
Bohne Frederick, elk Fruit House, bds cor Boone and Centre. 
Bohne Louis C A, clerk Rogers, Lewis & Co, bds s e cor 

Boone and Centre. 
Bohrmann Henry, wholesale fancy goods, 52-^ Calhoun, rooms 

160 E Wayne. 
Bolager John, laborer Boseker, White & Co, res cor McCul- 

locii and Summit. 

Wtts, DiaioMs ^ JfiffDlry ErS-s 



FORT WAYNE DIEBCTOET. 97 

THORWARD & DENDEL, 

Commission Merchants 

DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OP 

FKUITS AND COUNTKY PRODUCE. 



Oysters a Specialty in the Season. 

PORT WAYNE, IND. 

HERMANN TRESSELT, 

Naturalist I Taxidermist 

DEALER IN 

BIRD CAGES, BIRD SEEDS, 




Cor. Columbia and Clinton Sts., 
FORT WAYNE, - - INDIANA. 

BILL POSTER 

No. 45 EAST COLUMBIA ST., 
FORT WAYNE, = INDIANA. 



!&■ I control all the Bill Boards in the City. 

CHARLES FINK, 

G. S. BATLESS. Fnneral Director. 

UHDERTAKER 

BURIAL CASES 

OF THE LATEST IMPROVED STILE. 




No. 55 W. Main Street, FORT WAYNE, IND. 



Geo. De Wald & Co;"-'" ""^ ^^^^^ 



Oor. Oalhoun and Oolmnbia Sts. 



E. L. POLK & CO. 



Bolager Wm, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 210 E Wash- 

iugton. 
Boland Miss Annie E, bds e s Oliver 2 s of Grant. 
Boland John, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res e s Oliver 2 s of 

Grant. 
Bold Victor, baker, bds 139 E Jefferson. 
Bole Sarah, chambermaid Custer House. 
Boley Marshall, engineer Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, res 77 Hol- 

man. 
Bolinbaugh Wm H, sawyer, res 157 Ewing. 
Boling Lemuel R, painter, res s s Erie 2 e of Coombs. 
Bolinger Frank, brakeraan P, F W & C Ry, bds Sallier 

House. 
Bolinger Robert, engineer, rooms 26 W Superior. 
Bollinger Jacob J, millwright Bass F & M Works, bds 39 W 

Superior. 
Bollmer Frank, oiler, res 166 Holman. 
Bolman Christian, yard foreman Olds' Wagon Works, res 47 

W Lewis. 
Bolman Frederick A, conductor, res 188 Taylor. 
Bolman Otto F, brakeraan P, F W & C Ry, res cor Wall and 

Hood. 
Bolman Theodore, bds 23 Hood. 
Bolton Nehemiah, turner, bds 13 Walnut. 
Boltz Ferdinand F, timber clerk N G Olds & Son, res 250 W 

Jefferson. 
Boltz Fred C, Dealer in Fine Sour Mash Whiskies, Im- 
ported Wines, Liquors and Cigars,- 37 Calhoun, res 87 

N Cass. (Seeadv,p 8.) 
Boltz George C, gardener, bds 67 N Cass. 
Boltz & Beebe (Frederick C Boltz, Charles H Beebe), 

Billiard Hall and Wines and Liquors 83 Calhoun. 
Bond Adelia L (wid Stephen B), bds S B Bond. 
Bond Albert L, artist, res 292 Harrison. 
Bond Albert S, bookkeeper Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds w s 

Fairfield ave 2 s of Creighton. 
Bond Bakery, Bakers and Confectioners, 96 Calhoun. 
Bond Charles E, sec Fort Wayne Organ Co and receiving 

teller Fort Wayne National Bank, res e s Fairfield ave 

2 8 of Creighton. 
Bond Charles Z, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 164 Brack- 

enridge. 
Bond Miss Cora, res 335 Hanna. 
Bond George W, blacksmith, res 335 Hanna. 
Bond Henry 'W, Manager Bond Bakery, res 103 W 

Berry. 

I^AAPJ^ RRn Sell CHANDELIERS and FancyTable 



Lamps, at No. 5 East Columbia Street. 



FOET WAYNE DIRECTOEY. 




COCHRANE « HUMPHREY, 

Contractors and Builders 



Ami Dealers in all kinds of 

Lumber and Shingles, 

OFFICE and FACTORY, 

100 Pearl St., FORT WAYNE, IND. 



AUGUST REILING, 
Lock-smith and Machinist 

70 PEARL, OOR. EWING STREET, 
FOET WAYNE, IND. 

^^ Making and Repairing Locl<s and Safes are specialties. 

LEVS^IS ARIEON, 

CONTRACTOR FOR 

STONE WORK 



Masonry of all kinds done Satisfactorily and at 
Eeasonable Prices. 

SIDEWALKS AKD CISTERNS A SPECIALTY 

No. 169 Clinton St., FORT WAYNE, IND. 

NEW PUMP FACTORY 

No. 19 HARRISON STREET, 

FORT WAYNE, - INDIANA. 

hmi of all Ml 01 M, Wells M Cisterns Repaired 

BEPAIEINS AIL KINDS OF PUMPS A SPECIALTY. 

J. W. ^A^ORDEN, - - Proprietor. 



EDWARD SEIDEL, 



A&ENT FOB THE BtTPPAIiO 
GEBMAW INSTIRABrCE CO. and 
EIBEMEWS of DAYTON, OHIO 



R. L. POLK & CO.'S 



Bond Hugh M, clerk The Hamilton National Bank, bds L A 

Bond. 
Bond Jared D, cashr Fort Wayne Nat'l Bank, rooms same. , 
Bond Jennie (wid Alonzo), res 164 Braekenridge. 
Bond Lavinia A (wid Charles D), res w s Fairfield ave 1 s of 

Creighton ave. 
Bond Seth M (W J Bond & Son), bds 376 Calhoun. 
Bond Stephen B, pres Fort Wayne National Bank and pres 

Fort Wayne Organ Co, res w s Fairfield 2 s of 

Creighton. 
Bond Stephen D, bookkeeper Fort Wayne National Bank, 

bds L A Bond. 
Bond Wm D G, Proprietor The Boys World and Fort 

Wayne Ofiicial Railway Guide, Rooms 43 and 44 Post- 
office Building, bds 103 W Berry. (See adv,p 79.) 
Bond Wm H, clerk J D Gumpper, bds 211 E Wayne. 
Bond Wm J (W J Bond & Son), res 376 Calhoun! 
Bond W J & Son (Wm J and Seth M), dry goods 42 Calhoun. 
Bonham Miss Anna, bds 304 W Washington. 
Bonham John S, shaper Peters' Box & Lumber Co, res 132 

Wells. 
Bono Mary (wid Eustace), res 1 Bass. 
Bonter George W P, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res 73 W 

DeWald. 
Bonter Wm F C, conductor G R & I R R, res 75 DeWald. 
Bonton Nehemiah, machinist Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 13 

Walnut. 
Bookwalter, see also Buckwalter. 
Bookwalter Charles A, printer Ft Wayne Gazette, bds 104 

Fairfield ave. 
Bookwalter Elias H, foreman Ft Wayne Gazette, res 15 

Williams. 
Bookwalter John A, bds 134 E Lewis. 
Bookwalter Josiah, traveling agent, res 104 Fairfield ave. 
Bookwalter Morton P, printer Ft Wayne Gazette, bds 104 

Fairfield ave. 
Bookwalter Wm, messenger U S Express Co, res 134 E Lewis. 
Booth Theodore F, canvasser Singer Mnfg Co, res 100 E 

Jefferson. 
Bopp Adam, bartender, res 16 Douglass'ave. 
Bopp Andrew, machine hand Boseker, White & Co. 
Bopp C Henry, wagonmaker Olds' Wagon Works, res 255 E 

Wayne. 
Bopp Joseph, laborer, res 142 Maumee road. 
Borcherding Frederick H, raolder Bass F & M Works, bds 

7 Jones. 



TROY STEAM LAUNDRY, 



60 PEABL STKEET. 
Agents wanted in all 
Snrronnding Toirns. 



JOHN RABDS, Artistic Tailor, 

16 TVest Berry Street, POET WAYNE. 



FORT WAYNE DIBECTOEY. 101 

Borchert August, painter Kramer Bros, bds w s John 2 s of 

Creighton ave. 
Borchmann Wm, teamster, res 200 Ewing. 
Borel Louis, machinist Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, res 28 Charles. 
Borgmann Fredericka (wid Christian), res 35 Lavina. 
Borgmann Lizzie, tailoress Fred Hardung, bds 35 Lavina. 
Bork Julius, laborer, res 104 Mechanic. 
Borkenstein Conrad, carpenter Cochrane & Humphrey, res 

201 W Main. 
Borkerding Caroline S W, domestic Henry Israel. 
Bornefski Miss Augusta, bds e s John 2 s of Creighton ave. 
Bornemann Charles, sexton Achduth Veshalom Temple, res 

98 Harrison. 
Bornemann Wm, carpenter J H Meyer, bds same. 
Borrel Charles, machinist, res 21 Buchanan. 
Borton Haddie G, teacher Jefferson School, bds 106 E Wash- 
ington. 
Bose Christina (wid Emil), res 146 E Wayne. 
Bose Peter, laborer, bds 146 E Wayne. 
Boseker Charles, Carpenter, Contractor and Builder 

139 Calhoun, res 62 McClellan. (iSee adv, p 95.) 
Boseker Christian (Boseker,White & Co), res 39 Brackenridge. 
Boseker Frank H, carp Charles Boseker, res 63 McClellan. 
Boseker Henry, traveling agent Boseker, White & Co, res 50 

McClellan. 
Boseker, White & Co (Christian Boseker, James B White, 

John W White), wheel manufacturers e end Wayne on N 

Y, C & St L Ry. 
Boss Miss Annie, dressmaker, bds 138 E Main. 
Boss Mary (wid Henry), res 138 E Main. 
Bossier Miss Emma, bds e s Oliver 1 s of Samuel. 
Bossier Henry H (Miller & Bossier), res 318 E Wayne. 
Bossier Joseph, wiper P, F W & C Ry, res e s Oliver 1 s 

of Samuel. 



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Bossier Joseph S, molder Bass F & M Works, bds e s Oliver 
1 s of Samuel. 

Bossier Miss Louisa, bds e s Oliver 1 s of Samuel. 

Bossier Maggie, chambermaid Fleming House. 

Bossier Wm, hostler, bds Fleming House. 

Bostick Emanuel, res 170 E Wayne. 

Bostick John, tailor, res 15 W Main. 

Bostick Reuben J, clerk E B Kunkle, bds 170 E Wayne. 

Bostick Wm D, foreman E B Kunkle, bds 170 E Wayne. 

Both Theodore F, salseman The Singer Mnfg Co, res 100 E 
Jefferson. 

Bothen Frank, bartender Washington House, bds same. 

Bothner Christian, laborer, res 199 Broadway, 

Bothner John, res 199 Broadway. 

Bothner John G, saloon 136 Calhoun, res same. 

Bothwell Archibald, painter, bds 26 W Main. 

Bott Innocent, blacksmith P, F W & C Ry, res 26 Walnut. 

Bott Urban, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 46 Taylor. 

Bottenberg Andrew J, teamster, res 25 Hamilton. 

Bottenbergh Otto, laborer, bds 237 Lafayette. 

Bougher Frank E, bartender I Wilcox, bds 39 W Washington. 

Boughman Jeremiah S, carpenter, res s s 4th 6 w of Wells. 

Bourie Brutus A (O'Rourke, Miller & Co), res 62 Bracken- 
ridge. 

Bourie Miss Desdamona, rooms 119 W Washington. 

Bourie George W, clerk Owen, Pixley & Co, bds 22 E Wayne* 

Bourie Louis J, salesman L T Bourie & Co, bds 22 E Wayne. 

Bourie Louis T (L T Bourie & Co), res 22 E Wayne. 

Bourie L T & Co (Louis T Bourie), wholesale wines and 
liquors 37 E Main. 

Bouse Lorenzo, res 19 N Cass. 

Bowden John, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 198 Hanna. 

Bowen Daniel W, lawyer, res 229 E Washington. ^ 

Boifen Geor^^e R, Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter 110 
Calhoun, res 104 Barr. {See adv ojyp.) 

Bowen George W, physician 12 W Main, res 232 E Wash- 
ington. 

Bowen James (col'd), laborer, res 54 Barr. 

Bowen Wm, traveling agt electric light, res 113 Ban-. 

Bowen Wm, apprentice Batchelder & Medsker, bds 245 E 
Jefferson. 

Bower, see also Bauer. 

Bower Maggie, domestic 40 E Jefferson. 

Bowers Charles, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, res 23 Melita. 

Bowers Miss Delia, dressmaker, bds 23 Melita. 

Bowers James, tool inspector P, F W & C Ry, res 69 Garden. 

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FOBT WAYNE CITY DIRECTORY. 103 

GEO. R. BOWEN, 

(Successor To McLACHLAN & BOWEN) 

Licensed Plumber 

STEAM aad GAS FITTER, 

IIIOAI.ER IN 

Iron and Lead Pipe, Brass; 
Goods of All Kinds. 




Sole Agents for the 

Backus Water Motor, Duplex Injector (the best boiler feeder known), 
and Eureka Sto^m Heating Co. 

FORT WAYNE 

STEAM HEATING CO. 

Warming and Ventilation of Buildings and Dry 
House Work a specialty. 

AGENT FOR UNITED STATES MINERAL WOOL CO. 

110 Calhoun Street, 

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Licensed Plumber 

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Goods of All Kinds. 




Sole Agents tor the 

Backus Water Motor, Duplex Injector (the best boiler feeder known)^ 
and Eureka Steam Heating Co. 

FORT WAYNE 

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Warming and Ventilation of Buildings and Dry 
House Work a specialty. 

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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 105 

Bowers Joseph, sewer contractor, res s e cor Griffith and Pearl. 

Bowers K Joseph, real estate, res 218 Broadway. 

Bowers Miss Lena, dressmaker, bds 135 Holman. 

Bowers Lewis H (Harper & Bowers), bds 22 Madison. 

Bowers Mrs Maria, nurse, res 268 W Washington. 

Bowers Theresa, domestic 92 E Main. 

Bowes Wilfred, barber, bds Clifton House. 

Bowman Emeline D (wid Alfred N), res 5 Marion. 

Bowman Henry C, painter, res 323 W Washington. 

Bowman Jane E, teacher Bloomingdale School, bds 5 Marion. 

Bowman Wm J, clerk W Jacobs & Son, res 248 W Wayne. 

Bowser Alexander, carp, res s s Creighton ave, 1 e of Thomas. 

Bowser Allen A, carp, bds s s Creighton ave, 1 e of Thomas. 

Bowser Asbury E, trav salesman, bds s s Pontiac, 7 e of Cal- 
houn. 

Bowser Augustus (Empire Knitting Works), engineer P, F W 
& C Ry, res s w cor Julia and Holton ave. 

Bowser George W, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res n s Julia, 1 
e of Thomas. 

Bowser Henry J, laborer, res 101 Huffman. 

Bowser Jacob C, res 64 E Berry. 

Bowser Jefferson O, carp, res s s Creighton ave, 2 e of Thomas. 

Bowser Madison M, ticket clerk N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 64 E 
Berry. 

Bowser Samuel, laborer, res 95 Summit. 

Bowsers Sylvanus F, trav salesman, res s s Pontiac T e of 
Calhoun. 

Bowsher Amos, detective P, F W & C Ry, res 229 Lafayette. 

Boyce Benjamin, engineer Bass F & M Works, res 84 Taylor. 

Boyd Frank T, conductor, res 47 Baker. 

Boyd Georgiana, teacher Clay School, bds 223 Lafayette. 

Boyd Maggie, bds 118 Wallace. 

Boyd Mrs R B, dressmaker 47 Baker, res same. 

Boyd Sarah A (wid Benjamin F), res 223 Lafayette. 

Boyd Seymour, city circulator Daily News, bds 223 Lafayette. 

Boyer Levi, car oiler N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Pennsylvania 
House. 

Boyer Mrs Mary, bds 134 Lafayette. 

Boyer Wm, bds Mull's Hotel. 

Boyle Miss Emma, bds 118 Wallace. 

Boyle John, paperhanger, res 12 Sturgis. 

Boyle John, painter, bds 104 Gay. 

Boyle Maggie, tobacco stripper, bds 118 Wallace. 

Boyle Mary (wid Patrick), res 118 Wallace. 

Boyle Sarah, tobacco stripper, bds 118 Wallace. 

Boyle Wm, car inspector, res 222 Hugh. 

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Boyles Robert D, carp Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 35 Miner. 
Boys World The (Weekly),W D G Bond Publisher 43 

and 44 Postoffice Bldg. {See adv, 2^ 79.) 
Boysen Christ, laborer, bds 313 Hanna. 
Brabant Bruno, lab Bass F & M Works, bds w s Walton ave, 

nr Pontiac. 
Bracht Joseph, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, res 33 Butler. 
Brackenridge Arthur M, ticket agt P, F W & C Ry, res 32 

Brackenridge. 
Brackenridge Charles, civil engineer, res 38 Brackenridge. 
Brackenridge Edwin, bds 17 W Lewis. 
Brackenridge George W, res 23 Douglass ave. 
Brackenridge Joseph (Brackenridge & Carey), res 17 W 

Wayne. 
Brackenridge R Emmett, bds 77 W Wayne. 
Brackenridge Wm T, clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds 77 W Wayne. 
Brackenridg^e & Carey (Joseph Brackenridge, James 

R Carey), Lawyers 62^ Calhoun. 
Brackensiek J Frederick, cigarmkr H W Ortmann, bds Hede- 

kin House. 
Braden James E, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 152 Holman. 
Bradford John B, barber S J R Peters, bds same. 
Bradley Elmer E, coppersmith, bds 233 E Lewis. 
Bradley Edward O, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 233 E Lewis. 
Bradley Harry L, mach Bass F & M Works, bds 233 E Lewis. 
Bradley James K, mach Bass F & M Works, res 233 E Lewis. 
Bradley Nelson L, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 233 E 

Lewis. 
Bradley Otho L, coremaker Bass F & M Works, bds 233 E 

Lewis. 
Bradley Wm, restaurant 59 E Main and engineer N Y, C & 

St L Ry, res 29 E Main. 
Bradt Herbert, fireman, bds 38 Baker. 
Bradtmueller Charles, blacksmith P, F W & C Ry, res 172 

Madison. 
Bradtmueller E C Frederick, molder Bass F & M Works, 

bds 59 Douglass ave. 
Bradtmueller Gottlieb, cabinetmaker P, F W & C Ry, res 59 

Douglass ave. 
Bradtmueller Henry, carp W, St L & P Ry, res 22 Summit. 
Bradtmueller Sophia, domestic 119 E Main. 
Bradway Orlando E, foreman molder P, F W & C Ry, res 

216 E Lewis. 
Brady John, painter M L Albrecht, bds Union House. 
Brady Thomas, hostler A C Perrin, rooms 62 E Wayne. 
Brady Thomas, laborer, bds 66 Chicago. 

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• FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 107 

Brady Win H, clerk Root & Co, res 269 W Jefferson. 
Braeuer Conrad, Boots and Shoes 32 W Main, res 148 

Ewing. {See adv,p 91.) 
Braeuer John C, shoemaker C Braeuer, res 184 Griffith. 
Brahs John, waiter, res 36 Butler. 
Brainard Miss Anna, dressmaker, res 58 W Wayne. 
Braithwaite Charles F, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 98 W 

Superior. 
Brake Henry H, polisher N Gr Olds & Sons, bds 170 Maumee 

road. 
Brake Herman, polisher N G Olds & Sons, bds 170 Maumee 

road. 
Brake Tilly, milliner M & L Krull, bds 170 Maumee ave. 
Brake Ulrich, laborer, res 170 Maumee road. 
Brames Elizabeth (wid Christopher), res 168 E Jefferson. 
Braraes Louis (L Brames & Co), res 162 E Jefferson. 
Brames li Sc Co (Louis Brames), Mnfr of Mineral and 

Seltzer Waters, Ginger Ale, Birch Beer, Champagne 

Cider, etc, 29 and 31 Barr. {See adv,p 7.) 
Brammer Rev Joseph H, res Cathedral Square, Clinton. 
Brand Annie, domestic 272 W Wayne. 

Brandhorst Frederick, shoemaker H Busking, bds 200 E Jef- 
ferson. 
Brandlin Theresa, domestic 125 Jefferson. 
Brandriff Alfred D (A D Brandriff & Co), res 236 W Berry. 
BrandrifT A D & Co (Alfred D Brandriff), Hardware 

Wholesale and Retail 50 and 52 E Columbia. 
Brandt August, millwright, bds s w cor Basin and Breck. 
Brandt August C, mach C L Olds & Co, bds 158 Harrison. 
Brandt Charles, laborer, res 34 E McClellan. 
Brandt Charles E, clerk, bds 34 McClellan. 
Brandt Christian, machinist C L Olds & Co, res 86 W Lewis. 
Brandt Diedrich, molder Bass F & M Works, res 142 John. 
Brandt Frederick (Ranke, Yergens & Co), res 158 Harrison. 
Brandt Frederick G, sawyer Ranke, Yergens & Co, res 169 

High. 
Brandt Henry, laborer M Diehl & Co, res s s Hayden 2 w of 

McCulloch. 
Brand't Henry, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 174 E Lewis. 
Brandt Herman, laborer, res 82 Smith. 
Brandt Herman, lather, bds Henry Brandt. 
Brandt Minnie, dressmaker, bds 34 McClellan. 
Brandt Theresa, chambermaid Mayer House. 
Brannail John H, Grocer 72 E Main, res 195 E Lewis. 
Brannan John H jr, clerk, bds 199 E Lewis. 
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Brannan Wm, elk P, F W & C Ry, bds 195 E Lewis. 

Branning Conrad, mason, res 5 Wall. 

Branning Henry, elk A Becker, bds 160 Fairfield ave. 

Branning Henry, brickmaker A Ormiston & Bro, res w s 
Calhoun s of brickyard. 

Erase Frederick, teamster, res 75 W Jefferson. 

Brass Theodore F, elk Charles Nathan & Co, bds 75 W Jef- 
ferson. 

Erase Wm, driver Powers & Earnett, bds 415 E Washington. 

Braun, see also Broion. 

Braun Frederick, mason, res 136 Maumee road. 

Braun George, baker 135 Fairfield ave, res same. 

Braun John, carpenter Kraft & Co, res 342 E Washington. 

Braun Rudolph, laborer, bds 35 John. 

Brauntmeyer Frederick W, foreman molder C L Olds & Co, 
res 168 Ewing. 

Brazinski Thomas, laborer, res 102 Gay. 

Breek Mary, domestic n w cor Thomas and Samuel. 

Bredemeier Anne (wid Wm), res 8 Marion, 

Bredemeyer Henry E, machine hand Cochrane & Humphrey, 
res 38 4th. 

Bredlman Ernst, car repairer N Y, C & St L Ry. . 

Bredmeier Wra, painter Fleming Mnfg Co, bds 8 Marion. 

Ereen Henry, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds 15 Bass. 

Breen James, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res 15 Bass. 

Breen Margaret (wid James), res 16 W Lewis. 

Ereen Michael, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 15 Bass. 

Breen 'WlIl P, Lawyer 44 Calhoun, bds 16 W Lewis. 

Breese Eliza (wid Samuel M), res 13 Coleriek. 

Ereese George H, painter C L Olds & Co, res 62 Wall. 

Breese Samuel E, painter, bds 13 Coleriek. 

Breese T Lee, p'ainter, res 160 Greeley. 

Breidenstein Matthias, carpenter C G French, res 264 W 
Washington. 

Breidenstein Simpson, insurance agt, bds 264 W Washington. 

Breimeyer Ernst, contractor, res 233 W Jefferson. 

Breimeyer Ernst jr, mason, bds 233 W Jefferson. 

Breimeyer Frederick H, hostler 187 E Jefferson. 

Breimeyer Henry, res 219 W Jefferson. 

Breimeyer Louis C, elk A Becker, bds 160 Fairfield ave. 

Ereitmeyer Charles, machinist C L Olds & Co, bds 186 Ewing. 

Breler Louisa, domestic 166 W Wayne. 

Bremer Henry J, elk Fruit House, res n s Cochrane 1 e of 
Coomb. 

Brendel Jacobina (wid John), res 9 Huffman. 

Brendel John, laborer, bds 9 Huffman. 

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Brennenkant Denis, shoemaker, res 14 Nii-dlinger ave. 

Brennenkant Miss Elizabeth, bds 15 Miner. 

Brennenkant John W, finisher Ft. Wayne Organ Co, bds 14 
Nirdlinger ave. 

Brenich Julius B, carpenter, res 157 High. 

Brennan Julia (wid Thomas), res e s Monroe 1 n of Holman. 

Brenner George, tuck pointer, bds 240 E Wayne. 

Brenner Mary (wid John), res "78 Wilt. 

Brenton Charles F, bookkeeper Fort Wayne National Bank, 
res 220 W Wayne. 

Brenton Eliza (wid Samuel), res 220 W Wayne. 

Brenton Helen, teacher Training School, bds 220 W Wayne. 

Brenton Mrs Marion H, teacher Hanna School, res 19 Madison. 

Brew Nicholas, engine hostler P, F W & C Ry, res 170 
Francis. 

Brewster Charles W,fireman P,F W «& C Ry, res 397 Lafayette. 

Brewster Edith M, teacher Hanna School, bds 397 Lafayette. 

Briant, see also Bryant. 

Briant Miss Julia M, teacher of elocution Fort Wayne Col- 
lege, bds n w cor W Creighton ave and Fox. 

Briant Otto R, machine hand Glass, Scheiman & Co, res n w 
cor W Creighton ave and Fox. 

Briant Wm H, county commissioner, res n w cor W Creigh- 
ton ave and Fox. 

Brice James F, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, rooms 63 W 
Superior. 

Brick Annie (wid Philip), bds 122 W Jefferson. 

Brick Christina (wid Adam), bds 122 W Jefferson. 

Bricker Conrad, engineer F, F W & C Ry, res n w cor Green 
and Thomas. 

Bricker David, engineer G R & I R R, res e s of Oliver 1 s 
of Grant. 

Bricker Seward, fireman G R & I R R, res 31 Charles. 

Brickner Herman F, stonemason, res 65 Charles. 

Briel Frederick,sale stable rear Custer House,res 139 Lafayette. 

Brier Ernst, laborer, bds Bernard Metker. 

Briggeman George, mason, bds 193 E Lewis. 

Briggeman Wm, teamster, res 116 Madison. 

Briggs Miss Frances A, bds 50 Brackenridge. 

Briggs Martin, laborer M Diehl & Co, bds Clifton House. 

Briggs Martin E, lab Rhinesmith & Simonson, bds 74 Barr. 

Bright Dora M, domestic 344 W Washington. 

Bright Wm J, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 229 E 
Wayne. 

Brill August, laborer, res 23 Hough. 

Brill Henry A, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res 155 Wallace. 

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Brillhart Jacob S, traveling agent Bass P & M Works, res 

185 W Jefferson. 
Brimmer Joseph H, painter 9 Harrison, res 325 W Jefferson. 
Brink H Henry, machine hand Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 

298 E Washington. 
Brink John (Brink & Stier), res 45 Wells. 
Brink & Stier (John Brink, John C Stier), druggists, 43 Wells. 
Brinker Theodore, laborer N Y, C & St L Ry, res 175 Wells. 
Brinkmann Augusta, dressmaker 49 W Jefferson, res same. 
Brinkmann Charles C, laborer, bds 325 W Washington. 
Brinkmann Henry, bricklayer, res e s Gay 5 s of Creighton ave. 
Brinkmann Lena, domestic Hanna Homestead. 
Brinkroeger Frederick, shoemaker 43 W Main, res 63 High. 
Brinkroeger Herman, shoemaker Frederick Brinkroeger, bds 

63 High. 
Brinsley Charles M, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, res n w cor 

Main and Osage. 
Brinsley John C, feed yard n w cor Pearl and Maiden Lane, 

res 111 W Superior. 
Brintzenhofe Ammon S, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 

Commercial House. 
Bristol Adorns P, engineer J C W Long, bds s e cor Thomp- 
son ave and Wabash Ry. 
Britcher Charles, laborer, bds E M Britcher. 
Britcher Ebenezer, carpenter, bds E M Britcher. 
Britcher Edward M, millwright C L Olds & Co, res s w cor 

Hoffman and Wells. 
Brittingham John S, turner N G Olds & Sons, res 39 W 

Jefferson. 
Brittingham Philo E, engineer, res 202 Greeley. 
Britton Amos T, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 12 E 

Columbia. 
Britton Charles, baker C W Jacobs, bds same. 
Brocar Joseph, res 29 Duck. 

Brockerman Cassie M, seamstress, bds 12 Marion. 
Brockerman Ida, seamstress, bds 12 Marion. 
Brockerman, Jacob R, plasterer, res 12 Marion. 
Brockerman Leonard S, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res 296 

Hanna. 
Brockmyer Minnie, domestic 240 W Berry. . 
Brockerman Thomas W, plasterer, res n s Riverside ave. 
Brockmyer Sophie, domestic 284 W Wayne. 
Broedermeyer Wm C, laborer Bass F & M Works, bds Hanna. 
Broeking Charles, groceries and provisions s e cor Gay and 

Creighton ave, res same. 
Broeking Diedrich, laborer, res 32 Lavina. 

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Brokaw Harvey J, conductor, res 6 Creighton ave. 

Brokaw Robert H, carpenter, res w s Minor 3 n of DeWald. 

Brokaw Samuel L, baggagemaster, res 39 Willams. 

Bronsdon Peleg, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 135 Holman. 

Bronson Allen, teamster, res 53 Smith. 

Brookens Joseph E, teamster J P Tinkham, bds Rachel 

Brookens. 
Brookens Rachel (wid Thomas), res s s Huffman 2 w of 

Franklin ave. 
Brooks Frank L, lab N G Olds & Sons, bds 105 Fairfield ave. 
Brooks George H, traveling agent, res 244 E Washington. 
Brooks Henry, pedler, res 122 W Washington. 
Brooks Henry C, carpenter, res s s DeWald 3 e of Broadway. 
Brooks Katie (wid Walter), bds 148 E Lewis. 
Brooks Milo H, baggageman W, St L & P Ry, res 105 

Fairfield ave. 
Brooks Oscar H, cashier Olds' Wagon Works, bds 220 W 

Jefferson. 
Brooks Robert, carpenter, res w s Runnion ave 3 n of W Main. 
Brooks Wm, foreman Jacoby & Wiegand, res 328 E Wayne. 
Brooks Wm, physician, bds 107 W Berry. 
Brooks Wm H, printer, bds 328 E Wayne. 
Brophy Wm, blacksmith, res 135 John. 
Bross John, clerk McKinnie House, res 36 Butler. 
Brossard George (Brossard & Hahn), res n s 5th 1 w of 

Wells. 
Brossard John, blacksmith P, F W & C Ry, res 82 Wells. 
Brossard Wm, blacksmith P, F W «fe C Ry, res 33 Wefel. 
Brossard & Hahn (George Brossard, Wm Hahn), blacksmiths 

and wagonmakers, 146 W Main. 
Brouderrick Margaret (wid David), bds 93 William. 
Brower Cain, foreman Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 115 W De- 
Wald. 
Brown, see also Braun. 

Brown Albert H, tuner Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 62 Wilt. 
Brown Annie, dressmaker, bds 22 Fairfield ave. 
Brown Augusta, domestic 57 W Berry. 
Brown Augustus C, checkman L S & M S and F W,C & L R 

Rys, res 15 N Cass. 
Brown Charles, porter Boltz & Beebe, bds 231 E Wayne. 
Brown Charles, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res n of P, F W 

& C Ry nr limits. 
Brown David, horse dealer, res e s Beck 2 s of Putnam. 
Brown Edward, well digger, res w s St Mary's ave, 2 n of 

Aboit. 
Brown Elizabeth (wid Wm H), res 127 Monroe. 



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Brown Ellen B (wid Henry P), res 71 Laselle. 

Brown Flora (wid John), res 106 Chicago. 

Brown Frank I, lumber inspector Hoffman Bros, bds 253 W 
Berry. 

Brown Frederick, bds C Peters. 

Brown George, machine hand N G Olds & Sons, bds 26 Gay. 

Brown George, bds 54 Lavina. 

Brown Henry, carpenter, bds 49 E Main. 

Brown Ida, domestic Oliver House. 

Brown Isaac H, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry. 

Brown James, clerk, bds 15 Oak. 

Brown James, laborer, res 194 Lafayette. 

Brown James D, Dentist G' W McCullough, res 38 
Wells. 

Brown James E, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res 40 Hough. 

Brown Jeimie, dressmaker, bds 127 Monroe. 

Brown John (col'd), cook Aveline House, res 203 Calhoun. 

Brown John, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 106 Chicago. 

Brown John B, clerk Fruit House, res 34 Butler. 

Brown John B, stenographer P, F W & C Ry, bds 25 W 
Lewis. 

Brown John J, laborer, bds 42 W Main. 

Brown John S, foreman P, F W & C Ry, res e s Walton ave 
nr railroad track. 

Brown Joseph, res 96 Barr. 

Brown Lewis J (Stevenson & Brown), res 214 Calhoun. 

Brown Louis, switchman, bds 211 Madison. 

Brown Louisa A, domestic 9 E Wayne. 

Brown Lucinda, domestic 9 E Wayne. 

Brown Martin, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 342 E Wash- 
ington. 

Brown Margaret (wid Joseph), res 4 Kansas. 

Brown Mrs Mary, bds 58 Chicago. 

Brown Mary E (wid John), res 203 W Washington. 

Brown Mary E (wid John), res 15 Oak. 

Brown Mollie, dressmaker Mrs M Green, bds 127 Monroe. 

Brown Nettie, domestic 32 E Wayne. '• 

Brown Peter M, patternmkr Bass P & M Works, bds 15 Oak. 

Brown Richard, conductor, bds 127 Monroe. 

Brown Robert E, brakeman, bds 127 Monroe. 

Brown Robert K, brakeman, res 140 W Jefferson. 

Brown 8euaca B, Dentist s e cor Court and Main, res 
100 W Berry. 

Brown Stephen M, engineei' Summit City Soap Co, bds 15 Oak. 

Brown Wm H, truckman, res 73 Holman. 

Browning Edn.i (wid Jacob), bds 220 W Washington. 



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Brownsberger Samuel, lab coal yard P, F W & C Ry, res 13 
Duiyea. 

Brownsberger Wm, hostler Powers & Barnett, res 54 Ohicago. 

Brozofski Martin, lab Bass F & M Works, res s w cor Edger- 
ton and Walton ave. 

Brucker Frank, cooper A L Saum, res 1-18 W Washington. 

Brucker Michael, cooper A L Saum, res 62 Nelson. 

Bruder August, watchman Treukley & Scherzinger, rooms 94 
Calhoun. 

Bruder Samuel, machine hand, res 18 Nirdlinger ave. 

Brudmiller Louisa, domestic 69 W Berry. 

Briieback Greor^e T, Physician 171 Clinton, res same. 

Brueck Theodore, clerk Gruber & Gray, bds 284 Webster. 

Bruins Edward W, cigarmkr J C Eckert, bds Fleming House. 

Brunett Andrew, carp Cochrane & Humphrey, res 51 4th. 

Brunett Charles, carp Cochrane & Humphrey, bds 57 4th. 

Brunett Mary (wid Joseph), res 57 4th. 

Brunka Wm, painter W, St L & P Ry, res w s Lafayette 1 a 
of Pontiac. 

Brunner Miss Amelia, dressmaker, bds 47 Lavina. 

Brunner Cornelius (Keller & Brunner), res 244 W Main. 

Brunner John, shoemaker W Jacobs & Sons, res 47 Lavina. 

Brunner Joseph, watchmaker H C Graffe, bds Washington 
House. 

Brunner Miss Minnie, dressmaker 44 Lavina, bds same. 

Bruns Anna (wid C Frederick), res 224 E Jefferson. 

Bruns Christian, blksmith P, F W & C Ry, res 261 Hanna. 

Bruns Christian E, cab builder P, F W & C Ry, res 332 Har- 
rison. 

Bruns George, tireman P, F W & C Ry, res 332 Harrison. 

Bruns Wm, carpenter, res 130 Gay. 

Brunskill James, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 125 Fairfield. 

Brunskill John, elk George Mull, bds 31 W Columbia. 

Brusnihan Johanna, domestic 50 E Washington. 

Brusnihen John, wiper P, F W & C Ry, res 100 Mont- 
gomery. 

Brusnihen John J, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 100 Mont- 
gomery. 

Brusnihen Mary, domestic 56 W Wayne. 

Bryan Elijah, hostler Stapleford & Co, bds Oliver House. 

Bryan Irving, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res 292 Hanna. 

Bryan Jacob, traveling agt, res 85 Force. 

Bryan Wm H, foreman, res 44 Hoagland ave. 

Bryant, see also Briant. 

Bryant George W, foreman N G Olds & Sons, res 161 E 
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Bryant John F, real estate, res w s Fairfield ave opp organ 

factory. 
Bryant Joseph, raach hand N G Olds & Sons, res 50 Chicago. 
Bryant Joseph H. spoke driver N G Olds & Sons, bds 50 Chi- 
cago. 
Brzrzinski Thomas, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 102 Gay. 
Buahenn Catherine, domestic 124 W Jefferson. 
Bubb Annie, domestic 34 W Supei'ior. 

Bube Frank, engineer David Tagtmeyer, bds 77 W Superior. 
Buch Emma, domestic E Bursley. 

Bucher Adam F, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 101 Wallace. 
Buchfink Isabel (wid George), res 67 High. 
Buchfink John, laborer, bds 67 High. 

Buchheit Adam, tank builder P, F W & C Ry, res 20 Hood. 
Bucbman Alpheus P, physician 80 Calhoun, res 138 W 

Wayne. 
Buchmann Joseph, carpet weaver 18 Hood, bds same. 
Buchner Conrad, carpenter, res 85 Hoi man. 
Buck Charles, clerk Fruit Hoiise, bds 178 W Washington. 
Buck Charles H, printer Indiana Staats Zeitung, bds 290 W 

Jefferson. 
Buck Charles W, hats and caps 258 and cigars and tobacco 

272 Calhoun, res 188 Hanna. 
Buck Frederick, laborer, res 67 Wilt. 
Buck F Wm, machine hand, res 39 Nirdlinger ave. 
Buck George, clerk C W Buck, bds 188 Hanna. 
Buck Loren C, elk George DeWald & Co, bds 282 Broadway. 
Buck Sophie (wid Diedrich), res 290 W Jefferson. 
Buck Wm, carpenter, bds 39 Nirdlinger ave. 
Buck Wm F, laborer, res 290 W Jefferson. 
Buck Wilson S, insurance agt, res 282 Broadway. 
Buckler Wm T, painter J H Brimsner, bds 325 W Jefferson. 
Buckley Henry S, blacksmith W, St L & P Ry, res 29 Baker. 
Buckwalter, see also Bookwalter. 
Buckwalter Louis R, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 134 

Harrison. 
Budde Herman K F, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 43 St 

Francis. 
Buddemeyer Ernst, carpenter, res 114 Butler. 
Buech John, clerk oil house P, F W & C Ry, res 444 S 

Broadway. 
Bueche Frederick E, miller City Mills, bds 15 Clark. 
Bueche George, laborer, res 15 Clark. 
Buefink John G, machine hand Rhinesmith & Simonson, bds 

69 High. 
Bueker Frederick, res 419 E Washington. 



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Bueker Frederick E, plasterer, res 46 Walter. 

Bueker Henry E (Dudenhoefer, Daniels & Bueker), res 419 

E Washington. 
Buerner Miss Mary, bds 194 E Lewis. 
Bueshing Henry, saloon 11 W Columbia, res same. 
Buettel Christian, tress hoop maker, bds 234 Francis. 
Buettel Mrs Dora (wid Henry), res 234 Francis. 
Buettel Henry, spoke driver, bds 234 Francis. 
Buffington Jesse C, brickmaker A Ormiston & Bro, res e s 

Calhoun nr brickyard. 
Buford Edward, well driver, res e s St Mary's ave 2 s Aboit. 
Buford Nellie, domestic Harmon House. 
Bugbee John, foreman P, F W & C Ry, res s s New Haven 

road 2 e of Wayne Trace. 
Buhr Catherine (wid Nicholas), res 196 W Washington. 
Buldemeyer Ernst, carpenter, bds 22 Hood. 
Bulger Frank T, clerk Bulger & Co, bds 146 W Berry. 
Bulger Martin L (Bulger & Co), res 146 W Berry. 
Bulger Patrick J, teamster A C Trentman, res 176 Griffith. 
Bulger & Co (Martin L Bulger), wholesale tobacco and cigars 

34 Clinton. 
Bullard Sherman L, Commission, res 138 W Berry. 
Bullermann Andrew, stave maker, res 286 W Jefferson. 
Bulmahn Christian, wheelwright, res 47 W Lewis. 
Buloy John, carpenter, res 149 Wells. 
Bultemeyer Frederick C, carpenter W, St L & P Ry, res 247 

W Washington. 
Bunce Almon A, mortiser N G Olds & Sons, bds 1 03 Wallace. 
Bunce Hetty (wid Anson), res 103 Wallace. 
Bundy Benjamin F, lather, res n w cor Oliver and P, F W & 

C Ry. 
Bundy Charles, grocer w s Walton ave 1 n of P, F W & C 

Ry, res same. 
Bundy Edgar, plasterer, res e s Winter 1 s of Creighton ave. 
Bundy Frank, laborer, res e s Franklin ave 2 n of Lake. 
Bundy Joseph, carp, res s e cor Lafayette and Suttenfield. 
Burchard Charles, res 64 Madison. 
Burdett Frederick J, head tuner Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 

276 W Wayne. 
Burdett Samuel H, tuner Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 116 Jack- 
son. 
Burg Nicholas, paperbanger, res 220 Lafayette. 
Burger, see also Berger and Boerger. 

Burger George C, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 5 Horace. 
Burger Gottlieb, clerk, bds 224 W Jefferson. 
Burger Ira, fireman P, F W & C Ry, bds 155 Wallace. 

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Burger Louis, baker 199 Lafayette, res 224 W Jefferson. 

Burger Louis A, printer Morning News, bds 224 W Jefferson. 

Bnrgess Francis, machinist P, F W «& C Ry, res 28 Lavina. 

Burgett Wm H, brakeman, bds Sallier House. 

Burgette Harley, molder Bass F & M Works, res 13 Force. 

Burhan Edward, butcher Henry Linker, res 83 W DeWald. 

Burka Wm F, helper, res w s Lafayette 1 s of Pontiac. 

Burkas Albert, clerk L B Johns, bds 62 W Lewis. 

Burkas John A, clerk Staub Bros, res 62 W Lewis. 

Burkas Louis C, clerk Schroeder Bros, bds 62 W Lewis. 

Burke Ann (wid Edward), res 81 Buchanan. 

Burke Ann Maria, dressmaker, bds 81 Buchanan. 

Burke Edward T, machine hand N G Olds & Sons, bds 81 
Buchanan. 

Burke Miss Ella, bds 81 Buchanan. 

Burke John F, switchman, bds 81 Buchanan. 

Burke Martin, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 43 W Berry. 

Burke Wm, clerk C Schiefer & Son, res s s Elizabeth 2 w of 
Spy Run ave. 

Burkenstein Bernard, carpenter, res 201 W Main. 

Burket Henry S, brickmaker Catherine Koehler, bds same. 

Burkhart Frederick, brickmaker Wm Miller, bds same. 

Burkhart Thomas, lab, bds w s Metz, 1 n of Wabash Ry. 

Burkhold Matthew, cook McKinnie House, res 35 Melita. 

Burlage John, clerk, res 101 Summit. 

Burlager George, res 137 E Washington. 

Burlager Gerhard, drayman, res 159 E Jefferson. 

Burlager Henry, polisher, bds 137 E Washington. 

Burlager John, tinner Henry DeWald, res 137 E Washington, 

Burlager John, spoke turnerNG OldscfcSons, bds 210 E Wash- 
ington. 

Burlager Miss Susie, dressmaker E Lauer, res 137 E Washing- 
ton. 
/Burlager Wm, machine hand, res 210 P; Washington. 

•Burley John H, engineer, bds Commercial House. 

Burnett Alfred, cook, res 231 E Wayne. 

Burnett Delia, domestic P B Colerick. 

Burnison Daniel C, conductor, res 103 E Main. 

Burns James, blacksmith, res 5 Bass. 

Burns James, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 41 Williams. 

Burns Patrick, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 41 Williams. 

Burns Wm, laborer, bds 41 Williams. 

Burrell Duff G, sashraaker Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 1 
Metz. 

Bursley Gilbert E (G E Bursley & Co), res e s Fairfield ave 3 
s of Creighton ave. 



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Bnrsley G E & Co (Gilbert E Bursley, Elisha M Al- 
drich, James M McKay), Wholesale Grocers and Commis- 
sion Merchants, 23 W Main. {See adv, front cover.) 

Burton Amos W B, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 96 E 
Wayne. 

Busch John, foreman C G Fi-encb, res 72 Wilt. 

Busche Alfred W, clerk Stewart, Jaraieson & Beadell, bds 126 
Harrison. 

Busche Catherine (wid Henry), res 54 Charles. 

Busche Frederick J, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 54 
Charles. 

Busche Miss Louisa S, bds 54 Charles. 

Buschraann Frederick W, res 131 Holman. 

Buschmann Henry, fireman E B Kunkle, bds 131 Holman. 

Buschmann Wm, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 131 
Holman. 

Bush Emanuel K, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 50 Bracken- 
ridge. 

Bush John, clerk Root & Co, bds 72 Wilt. 

Bush Wm, cellarman C A Hoffman, bds 185 Calhoun. 

Bushing Henry F, grocer, res 263 Hanna. 

Bushing Mrs Minnie, res 263 Hanna. 

Busking Conrad, shoemaker H Busking, bds 90 Harmer. 

Busking Henry, boots and shoes, 90 Harmer, res same. 

Busse Charlotte (wid Wm), res 156 Ewing. 

Busse Ferdinand, painter Wilding & Son, bds 79 Pearl. 

Busse Frederick, blacksmith Olds' Wagon Works, bds 218 E 
Jefferson. 

Busse George W, printer Ft Wayne Gazette, bds 156 Ewing. 

Butler Catherine (wid Patrick), res 233 Broadway. 

Butler George, res 332 W Main. 

Butler John, gate tender P, F W & C Ry, bds 233 Broadway. 

Butler Louis F , grocer, res 46 Wells. 

Butler Thomas, flagman P, F W & C Ry, bds 233 
Broadway. 

Butler Thomas F, foreman machinist P, F W & C Ry, res s 
w cor Clinton and Washington. 

Butsch Caroline, domestic H J Ash. 

Buttenbender Miss Adeline, clerk Root & Co, bds 187 W 
Washington. 

Butterworth James, night clerk Commercial House, bds same. 

Butz Jacob, laborer, res 145 Wells. 

Buuck Wm, carpenter, res 10 Hough. 

Byarman Benjamin R, hostler J C Hamilton, bds 96 W 
Washington. 

Byers George, switchman P, F W & C Ry, res 69 Charles. 

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Cadwallader J Andrew, salesman Nash & Ellis, bds Fleming 

House. 
Cahill Benjamin M, servant B S Thompson. 
Cahn Jnlins, Manager Academy of Music, bds Aveline 

House. 
Cairns Elizabeth (wid John), dressmaker 255 W Jefferson, 

res same. 
Cairns Frank M, mach P, F W & C Ry, bds 430 Broadway. 
Cairns James T, mach P, F W & C Ry, res 430 Broadway. 
Caldwell A J, traveling agent, bds The Robinson. 
Caldwell David, telegraph operator, bds 49 E Jefferson. 
Caldwell James, real estate, res 49 E Jefferson. 
Caldwell James, boarding house, 123 E Main. 
Calhoun David, boilermaker Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 301 

Calhoun. 
Callahan Patrick, watchman, res 90 Fairfield ave. 
Callahan Rich, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Pennsyl- 
vania House. 
Callahan Wm, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 83 Williams. 
Callahan Wm G, laborer, res 83 Williams. 
Calmelat John L, candy maker Louis Fox, bds Spy Run ave. 
Camp Hartman, laborer, res 111 Gay. 
Campbell Miss Anna K, bds 443 Lafayette. 
Campbell Benjamin F, engineer, res 46 Williams. 
Campbell Daniel, foreman blacksmith W, St L & P Ry, res 

53 Brackenridge. 
Campbell Daniel A, civil engineer, bds 53 Brackenridge. 
Campbell Fanny F (wid Wm), bds n w cor Broadway and 

Berry. 
Campbell Georg^e B, General Passenger Agent F W, 

C &L RR, res 111 N Cass. 
Campbell Harry, foreman blacksmith P, F W & C Ry, res 

443 Lafayette. 
Campbell Miss Ida M, bds 443 Lafayette. 
Campbell Isaac W (Diether & Campbell), res 160 E Berry. 
Campbell Isabella, teacher Washington School, bds 161 

GriflSth. 
Campbell Lorenzo, clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds 443 Lafayette. 
Campbell Lydia(wid George B), tailoress John Wasserbach, 

bds 70 Baker. 
Campbell Mary S (wid Joseph), res 161 Griffith. 
Campbell Sarah A (wid John), canvasser, res rear 75 Lafayette. 
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Cane John, brakeman, bds Sallier House. 
Cannan John K, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 61 Garden. 
Cannan John S, helper W, St L & P Ry, bds 61 Garden. 
Cannan Wm C, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 61 Garden. 
Cannon James, engineer P, F W «fc C Ry, res 13 Chestnut. 
Canny Henry, feeder Ft Wayne Sentinel, bds 59 E Wayne. 
Cantwell Ozias R, conductor G R & I R R, res 314 Harrison. 
Caps Rinehold, watches and jewelry 56 E Main, res same. 
Carberry Henry P, foreman, res n s Eckart 3 e of Hanna. 
Card Edward, switchman new yards P, F W & C Ry, bds 

270| Calhoun. 
Cardosi Antonio, plaster paris figures mnfr 45^ W Main, res 

same. 
Carey, see also Garry. 

Carey Adolphus, laborer, res e s Walton ave opp E Lewis. 
Carey James R (Braokenridge & Carey), bds Aveline House. 
Carey Michael, asst foreman N G Olds & Sons, bds 11 Oak. 
Carey Thomas, laborer, res 38 Bass. 
Carier Ang^nst H, Insurance, Real Estate, Collection, 

Loan Agent and Notary Public 1 and 2 Foster Block, res 

178 E Berry. (See adv, front cover.) 
Carier Miss Clemence, bds 178 E Berry. 
Carier Miss Helen E, bds 178 E Berry. 
Carl Henry, laborer, res 142 Maumee road. 
Carl John, Tobacco and Cigars,39 Calhoun, res 9 Chestnut. 
Carl Philip, conductor, bds 39 Baker. 
Carl Thomas, conductor, bds 39 Baker. 
Carley John, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 4 Colerick. 
Carll, see also Carroll. 
Carll Miss Flora, bds 433 Lafayette. 

Carll George S, cabinetmaker J M Miller, res 433 Lafayette. 
Carll Hiram D, printer Ft Wayne Sentinel, res 78 Putnam. 
Carll Miss Mary, bds 433 Lafayette. 
Carll Miss Sarah, bds 433 Lafayette. 
Carll Miss Susie, bds 433 Lafayette. 

Carman Caleb J, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 33 Madison. 
Carman Charles F, laborer P, F W & C Ry, bds 33 Madison. 
Carman James G, fireman P, F W & C Ry, rooms Driscoll 

Block. 
Carmany Rebecca (wid Joseph), res 30 Lasselle. 
Carnahan, Hanna & Co (Wm L Carnahan, James T Hanna, 

Emmet H McDonald), wholesale boots and shoes 76 to 80 

Clinton. 
Carnahan John, teamster Fruit House, res 10 W Wayne. 
Carnahan Wm L (Carnahan, Hanna & Co), res 119 E Wayne. 
Carpenter Albert, truckman, res 167 E Lewis. 

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Carpenter Dimon L, carpenter Hoffman Bros, res n s Putnam 

3 e of Meridian. 
Carpenter Edward, teamster Wilding & Son, res DeWald. 
Carpenter Warren, engineer Ft W Water Works, res 8 Cass. 
Carr Charles W F, printer Ft Wayne Sentinel, bds 32 E 

Wayne. 
Carr John, mason, res 178 E Washington. 
Carr Joseph, barber John Gloeckle, res 33 W Jefferson. 
Carray Frank J, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 51 E Creighton. 
Carroll, see also Carll. 
Carroll Albert, laborer, bds 171 Madison. 

Carroll Deuandy, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 24 Colerick. 
Carroll Donald, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 77 E Berry. 
Carroll Edmund, printer Sentinel, bds 96 W Superior. 
Carroll Ida, domestic 96 E Berry. 
Carroll John, clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds 14 Walnut. 
Carroll Margaret (wid Patrick), res 96 W Superior. 
Carroll Patrick B, nightwatchman Bass F & M Works, res n 

e cor Gav and Pontiac. 
Carroll Philip, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res 39 Baker. 
Carroll Thomas, brakemau P, F W & C Ry, res 40 Chicago. 
Carroll Wm J, printer Sentinel, bds 96 W Superior. 
Carry, see also Carey. 

Carry Edward F (Root & Co), res 50 E Washington. 
Carry Joseph A, blacksmith P, F W & C Ry, res 225 La- 
fayette. 
Carry Sarah (wid John), res 50 E Washington. 
Carson Catherine (wid Oliver), res 135 E Berry. 
Carson John, notions 182 Calhoun, res same. 
Carson Wm W, lawyer 44 Calhoun, res 95 E Berry. 
Carteaux Alexander, molder, bds n s Samuel 1 e of Thomas. 
Carter Charles L (Carter & Son), bds 127 E Main. 
Carter Charles W, lab N Leonard & Son, bds T J Leonard. 
Carter Edward A, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 19 Samuel. 
Carter Edward R, helper P, F W «& C Ry, bds 18 Pine. 
Carter Frank, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Tremont 

House. 
Carter Jacob O, blksmith P, F W & C Ry, bds n w cor Pine 

and Locust. 
Carter James, boilermaker Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 19 

Samuel. 
Carter Miss Jessie, bds 127 E Main. 
Carter Oliver, blksmith P, F W & C Ry, bds 18 Pine, 
Carter Rebecca A (wid James W), res w s Miner 1 s of 

Creighton ave. 
Carter Wm (Carter & Son), res 127 E Main. 



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Carter "Wni &. Son (Wm and Charles L), Hot Air 
Furnaces, Ranges, Mantels and Grates 29 Clinton. {See 
adv, p 63.) 

Cartwright Charles, lumber buyer N G Olds & Sons, res 65 
Baker. 

Cartwright David P, baggageman, bds 69 Baker. 

Cartwright Edward E, spokedriver N G Olds & Sons,_re8 63 
Baker. 

Cartwright Elnora (wid John), res 73 Baker. 

Cartwright Finis, supt Olds' Wagon Works, res 194 E Lewis. 

Cartwright Frank, lab, res n s New Haven road 10 e of 
Wayne Trace. 

Cartwright George W,lab N G Olds & Sons, res 21 Pritchard. 

Cartwright James, farmer, res s e cor E Lewis and Lillie. 

Cartwright John F, res 69 Baker. 

Cartwright Samuel M, teamster, bds James Cartwright. 

Cary D Theodore, blksmith L B Johns, rooms 37 Barr. 
-Cary Melancthon, elk John Wilson & Co, bds The Robinson. 

Casanave Francis D, master mechanic P, F W & C Ry, res 40 
Brackenridge. 

Case Charles, fireman W, St L & P Ry, res 40 Brandriff. 

Case David, carpenter, res 104 William, 

Case John, laborer, bds 3 Pine. 

Case Wm, tinsmith, bds 3 Pine. 

Casey Mrs Emma, hair goods 154-^ Calhoun, rooms 25 W 
Washington. 

Casey John, mach P, F W & C Ry, rooms 25 W Washington. 

Casey Margaret (wid James L), res 22 Murray. 

Cashman John, foreman, res 41 4th. 

Cass James P, sewing machine agent, res 132 Wells. 

Cass Mrs Louise, res 58 Oakley. 

Cassidy James E, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 206 Hanna. 

Casso Frank A, Saloon 241 Calhoun, res 41 Baker. 

Casteel George, laborer, res 230 Lafayette. 

Casteel Samuel W, baker Louis Blase, bds 29 W Columbia. 

Casteel Wm, polisher N G Olds & Sons, bds 230 Lafayette. 

Castell Charles E, spoketurner, res 138 Force. 

Castell Miss Ella R, bds 138 Force. 

Castell Frederick C, laborer, bds 138 F'orce. 

Casterline Cassius C, printer Ft Wayne Daily News, res 92 
E Washington. 

Casterline Charles, printer, res 58 W Main. 

Casterline John P, printer Ft Wayne Gazette, rooms Key- 
stone Block. 

Casting Sophie (wid Christopher), bds 89 Hanna. 

Castle, see also Kassel. 

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Castle Calvin, molder Bass F & M Works, i-es 105| John. 

Castle Charles, hostler F K Cosgrove jr, bds 103 W Superior. 

Castle Louis, machine hand, bds l26 Gay. 

Castle Robert, laborer, res e s Glasgow ave 1 s of river. 

Caston Louis, cigarmaker, rooms 116 W Jeiferson. 

Caswell Frank, res 50 W Superior. 

Catlin Albert P, elk S M Foster, bds 18 Fairfield ave. 

Catlin Catherine (wid Orange), bds 18 Fairfield ave. 

Catlin Mrs Elizabeth M, confectionery and cigars 140 Broad- 
way, res 18 Fairfield ave. 

Catlin Rufus B, upholsterer D N Foster, res 18 Fairfield ave. 

Cattez Joseph, car insp P, F W & C Ry, res n s Samuel 3 e 
of Thomas. 

Cattez Joseph J, fireman P, F W & C Ry, bds n s Samuel 3 e 
of Thomas. 

Cattez Julian, elk, bds n s Samuel 3 e of Thomas. 

Cavalier Lizzie, dressmaker Mrs M Green, bds 192 Lafayette. 

Cavanaugh Dennis J, waiter Globe Restaurant, rooms 51 E 
Main. 

Cavanaugh James, watchman, res w s Oliver 3 s of Horace. 

Cave Harry E, trav agt Rogers, Lewis & Co, res Gallon, O. 

Center John, engineer Olds' Wagon Works, res 23 Melita. 

Center Miss Mary, milliner, bds 11 Gay. 

Center Mrs Sarah J, res 11 Gay. 

Center Spencer H, boilermaker P, F W & C Ry, bds 11 Gay. 

Centlivre Charles F, supt bottling works French Brewery, 
bds same. 

Centlivre Charles L, Propr French Brewery w end 
Spy Run ave, res same. {See adv,p 6.) 

Centlfvre liOUis A, Mngr French Brewery, res same. 

Central Union Telephone Co, H N L Bernard, 

Supt, 34 Calhoun. 
Certia Jacob (J Certia & Co), res 114 Wells. 
Certia Jacob & Co (Jacob Certia, John Mosier), grocery and 

saloon 116 Wells. 
Chalat Frank, laborer, bds 91 E Washington. 
Challenger Edward I>, timekeeper P, F W & C Ry, res 70 

Madison. 
Chamberlain Henrv, res 40 E Jefferson. 
Chamberlain James C, helper Bass F & M Works, res 288 

E Wayne. 
Chamberlain Porter, machinist, res 71 Butler. 
Chamberlain Richard C, painter, res 163 Clinton. 
Chamberlain Sarah (wid Wm), bds 24 Brandriff. 
Chamberlain Wm H, clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds 40 E J6f- 



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Chambers John D, physician 77 Douglass ave, res same. 
Chandler Spencer P, rodman P, F W & C Ry, bds 199 E 

Lewis. 
Chapin Augustus A (Chapin & O'Rourke), res 27 Douglass. 
Chapin Miss Harriett W, res 73 N Cass. 
Chapin, & O'Ronrke (Augustus A Chapin, Wm S 

O'Rourke), Lawyers 624^ Calhoun. 
Chaplin Alice B, teacher Harmer School, bds 213 Faii-field ave. 
Chapman Angeline, dressmaker, rooms 58 E Wayne. 
Chapman Catherine (wid John V), res 126 Calhoun. 
Chapman Clark, carpenter, bds 184 W Main. 
Chapman Francis M, elk, res 20 Baker. 
Chapman George, hostler Hoffman Bros. 
Chapman George W, coachman A E Hoffman, res 104 St 

Mary's ave. 
Chapman George P, stove repairer H J Ash, bds 126 Calhoun. 
Chapman Wnt P, Agt Adams and American Express 

Cos 102 Calhoun, res 196 same. 
Chase George, lab N Leonard & Son, bds T J Leonard. 
Chase George W, laborer, bds 176 Huffman. 
Chase Reuben C, laborer, res 168 Huffman. 
Chase Stephen W, res 176 Huffman. 
Chaska Samuel (S Chaska & Co), res 97 W Wayne. 
Chaska S & Co (Samuel Chaska, Newman Barnhard), 

Dry Goods 72 Calhoun. 
Chausse John A, with Ft Wayne Steel Plow Works, bds 403 

W Main. 
Chauvey Bros (Charles and Frank), wagonmakers 35 E Superior. 
Chauvey Charles (Chauvey Bros), res 51 E Superior. 
Chauvey Frank (Chauvey Bros), res e s Clinton 1 n of St Mary's 

River. 
Chauvey John B, res 223 E Wayne. 
Cheney James, pres, treas and supt Fort Wayne Gas Light 

Co, res New York City. 
Chenoweth Wm, carpenter, res 92 E Washington. 
Cherry Charles P, clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds 160 E Wash- 
ington. 
Cherry Frank M, boilermaker P, F W <fe C Ry, res 160 E 

Washington. 
Cherry Howard S, blacksmith, res 115 E Lewis. 
Chestnut Alexander J, millwright Bass F & M Works, bds 

248 Calhoun. 
Cheviron Miss Amelia, bds 1 90 E Wayne. 
Cheviron Frank J, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res w s Walton 

ave 3 8 of Creighton ave. 
Cheviron Xavier, res 190 E Wayne. 



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Childress Miss Katie, dressmaker, bds 68 Nelson. 

Childs Charles L, condor P, F W & C Ry, rras Driscoll Hall. 

Chilharamer Robert, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 59 Force. 

Chittenden Erastus L, res 69 W Berry. 

Christen John (Glutting & Christen), res 15 W Washington. 

Christian Chapel, s e cor Griffith and W Jefferson. 

Christie George, wheel rimnier Boseker, White & Co, res 147 

E Jefferson. 
Christie James, molder Bass P & M Works, bds 3 Dawson. 
Christie John, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 221 Lafayette. 
Christie John B, machinist Kerr Mui-ray Mnfg Co, res 3 



Christie Joseph, spoke buyer, res 123 E DeWald. 
Christie Miss Mary E, teacher, bds Mrs Wm P Christie. 
Christie Wm P, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 328 Harrison. 
Christie Mrs Wm P, res n w corCreighton and Hoagland aves. 
Christlieb John C, teamster, res 385 W Main. 
Christopherson Louis, blacksmith Olds'Wagon Works, res 313 

Calhoun. 
Church of God, n e cor Hoagland ave and DeWald. 
Churchill Miss Sadie, bds 310 E Jefferson. 
Cianciaruls Bernard, musician, bds 264 Calhoun. 
Cianciaruls Joseph, laborer, i-es 264 Calhoun. 
Cianciaruls Nicholas, musician, bds 264 Calhoun. 

Cincinnati, Richinond &. Fort l^Vayne R R, 

operated bvGR&IRR, PS O'Rourke Superintendent. 
{SeeG R'iH; 1 R R). 

Citizens' Street R R Co, J H Bass pres, S B Bond vice-pres, 
J M Barrett sec, FEW Scheimann treas, J W Pearse 
supt, office n e cor Main and Calhoun 

City Carriag^e liVorks, Dudenhoefer & Busker Proprs, 
11 and 13 Clay. 

City Dye House, B A Lewis propr,40 W Superior cor Harrison. 

City Green House, Charles Auger Propr, 16 E Wash- 
ington. {See a dv, 2) 89.) 

Clabaugh Thomas H, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 248 Calhoun. 

Clark Afred P, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 39 Lavina. 

Clark Allen B, salesman The Singer Mnfg Co, res 59 W 
Superior. 

Clark Alonzo, brakeman, bds Oliver House. 

Clark Anna J (wid Joseph), nurse, bds 46 W Berry. 

Clark David P, supt water works W, St L & P Ry, res Hunt- 
ington Ind. 

Clark George, brakeman, bds 262 Calhoun. 

Clark Jacob W, trainmaster P, F W & C Ry, res 11 Holman. 

Clark John H, res IH W Wayne. 



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Clark John M, canvasser, res 243 W Washington. 

Clark John S, hostler A J Reed, bcls 77 E Berry. 

Clark Joseph M, Merchant Tailor 34 E Berry, bds 

Aveline House. 
Clark Lewis, Proprietor Oliver House, 107 and 109 E 

Columbia, res same. 
Clark Marvin J, brakeman, res e s Holton ave 2 s of Jenison. 
Clary Mary, domestic 88 E Berry. 

Clark M Belle, teacher Hoagland School, bds 154 Griffith. 
Clark Mrs Victoria, nurse, res 5 Brandriff. 
Clark Wm B, clerk The Robinson. 

Clark Wm W, mach W, St L & P Ry, bds 5 Brandriff. 
Claus August, carpet weaver, res 16 IJniversity. 
Claus Max, res 127 Madison. 

Clausmeier Edward F, fireman G R & I R R, res 157 Mont- 
gomery. 
Clauss John C, res 158 Taylor. 

Clauss John G C, shoemaker L P Huser, bds 158 Taylor. 
Clay Henry L, molder Bass F & M Works, res 161 Hanna. 
Clay Jacob (col'd), teamster J P Tinkham, res 186 W Main. 
Clay Samuel, machinist, bds 161 Hanna. 

Clay Samuel B, machinist BassF& M Works, bds 161 Hanna. 
Clay Virginia A, teacher Training School, bds 161 Hanna. 
Clayton F Harry (Moderwell & Clayton), res 67 Brack- 

enridge. 
Clear William H, line sawyer Hoffman Bros, bds n w cor 4th 

and Harrison. 
Cleare John, tinner H J Ash, res 20 4th. 
Cleary Edmund, laborer Bass F & M Works, bds 174 Taylor. 
Cleary John, laborer, bds 174 Taylor. 
Cleary John W, foi-eman Hoosier Mnfg Co, res 73 Brack- 

enridge. 
Clem Isaiah, fireman G R & I R R, res 105 John. 
Clemens Miss Aggie, bds Sallier House. 
Clemens Bernhardt, laborer, res 137 Wallace. 
Clemens Miss Emma B, artist 185 W Jefferson, bds same. 
Clements John, laborer N T, C & St L Ry, res w s St Mary's 

ave 2 s of Putnam. 
Clements Wm, truckman P, F W & C Ry, bds 75 Melita. 
Clemmer Benjamin R, carpenter Rhinesmith & Simonson, 

rooms 191 Calhoun. 
Clifford Harry E, cigarmaker L Dessauer & Co, bds 29 E 

Main. 
Clifton House, 233 and 235 Calhoun. 
Clinger Madison, bartender Oliver House, bds same. 
Clippinger Alexander H, res 77 Baker. 



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Clippinger Charles L, teacher Natural Sciences Fort Wayne 

College, res 334 W Jefferson. 
Close Charles F, molder Bass F & M Works, res 271 E Lewis. 
Close Henry F, laborer, res 82 Putnam. 
Close Wm, laborer, res 110 W Superior. 
Closs Lemuel, shoemaker, bds 47 Buchanan. 
Clutter Anna P (wid Casper), res 5 Pearl. 
Clutter Wm M, saloon 26 W Main, bds 5 Pearl. 
Coates James W, machine hand Olds' Wagon Works, res 368 

Calhoun. 
Coats Carrie, nurse 129 W Main. 

Coats W J, photo lithographer and engraver, bds 77 E Berry. 
Coburg Cora, domestic 42 W Main. 
Cochrane John (Cochrane & Humphrey), res 16 Edsall. 
Cochrane Margaret, teacher Washington School, bds 16 

Edsall, 
Cochrane Mary, domestic 106 E Washington. 
Cochrane & Hnmphrey (John Cochrane, George 

Humphrey), Contractors and Builders 100 Pearl. {See 

adv, p 99.) 
Cody Ernst, molder, bds 139 Francis. 
Cody John H, ice dealer 288 W Main, res same. 
Cody Maurice, miller, res 65 E Superior. 

Coers Anton, helper Bass F & M Works, res 88 W DeWald. 
Cogan James, conductor P, F W & C Ry, bds Sallier House. 
Coggeshall Willis H, elk F K Safford & Co, bds 99 W Water. 
Cognon Nicholas, laborer, res 175 Wells. 
Cole Rose, domestic 39 W Washington. 
Coleman, see also Kohlman. 
Coleman Carrie, domestic 182 Calhoun. 

Coleman Henry B, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 87 Mont- 
gomery. 
Coleman Jacob, watchman, res 147 E Jefferson. 
Coleman John, laborer, res 87 Montgomery. 
Colerick Miss Antoinette M, res 85 E Jefferson. 
Colerick Charles E, clerk P, F W & C Ry, res 236 

W Wayne. 
Colerick David H, lawyer, res 88 E Berry. 
Colerick Henry (Colerick & Oppenheim), res 117 E Main. 
Colerick John E, res 85 E Jefferson. 
Colerick Margaret M, teacher Training School, bds 236 W 

Wayne. 
Colerick Philemon B (W G & P B Colerick), res 125 E Main. 
Colerick Walpole G (W G & P B Colerick), res 88 E Berry. 
Colerick IV G «& P B (Walpole G and Philemon B), 

Lawyers 21 Court. 

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Colerick & Oppenheini (Henry Colerick, Wm S 
Oppenheim), Lawyers 10 W Main. 

Coling Peter, finisher N G Olds & Sons, res 338 Harrison. 

Collar Alonzo, driver Citizens' Street Ry Co, bds 25 Holman. 

Collar George W, mach Bass F & M Works,res 230 E Wayne. 

Collar James, lab Citizens' Street Ry Co, bds 25 Holman. 

Collar Wm, teamster, bds 230 E Wayne. 

CoUican Patrick, laborer, res 21 Poplar. 

Colling George, fireman Rhinesmith & Simonson, bds 338 
Harrison. 

Colling Peter, carpenter, res 338 Harrison. 

Collins Charles, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 148 Madison. 

Collins Charles, machinist, res 137 E Jefferson. 

Collins Charles H, teamster, bds 137 E Jefferson. 

Collins Dennis, lab P, F W & C Ry, res 31 Baker. 

Collins Elizabeth, teacher Harmer School, bds 137 E Jef- 
ferson. 

Collins John W, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 132 Monroe. 

Collins Joseph A, helper Wilding & Son, res 181 Fairfield ave. 

Collins Lindley D, elk Perry McKinley, res 5 N Calhoun. 

Collins Margery (wid Charles), res 369 Lafayette. 

Collins Michael J, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 31 Baker. 

Collins M T, conductor P, F W »& C Ry, res cor Calhoun and 
Holman. 

Collins Peter H, fireman P, F W & C Ry, bds 369 Lafayette. 

Collins Richard, heater Bass F & M Works, bds s w cor 
Lafayette and Hamilton. 

Collis Adam, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 131 Monroe. 

Colmey Christian, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 65 Douglass. 

Colton Rachael (wid John), res 284 Harrison. 

Colwell David H, tel opr N Y, C «& St L Ry, bds 49 E Jef- 
ferson. 

Comf er Alonzo, mach Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 3 Dawson. 

Comincavish Felix, mach P, F W & C Ry, res 17 Holman. 

Comincavish Marshall, mach P,F W & C Ry, res 17 Holman. 

Comly Miss Anna, teacher, bds 113 Barr. 

Commercial House, A McClure & BroProprss wcor 

Calhoun and Douglass ave. 
Comparet Charles M, traveling agent, res 333 E Washington. 
Comparet David F, commission, res 59 Erie. 
Comparet Thomas, telephone operator, res E Berry. 
Comparet Willford D, clerk Root & Co, bds 59 Erie. 
Compton Jasper, brakeman P, F W & C Ry,bds Sallier House. 
Compton Wm C, grainer Reinwald Bros, bds 248 Calhoun. 
Concordia College, Maumee road bet Shick st and Lutheran 

Cemetery. 

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Cone S F, insurance agent, bds Clifton House. 

Congdon Johanna, laundress Troy steam laundry, bds 1 

Leith. 
Congdon Mrs Johanna L, res s s Leith 3 e of Calhoun. 
Conger Mary O (wid John),- bds 103 W Berry, 
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Conkle Joseph, brakeman, bds 257 Calhoun. 

Conklin Charles C, fireman, bds 63 3d. 

Conklin Elizabeth (wid Theodore), res 439 Broadway. 

Conklin Frances L, teacher Hoagland School, bds 265 W 
Creighton ave. 

Conklin John J, engineer, res 265 W Creighton ave. 

Conklin Sidney A, res 103 W Main. 

Conley James, boilermaker, res 154 Clay. 

Conlisk James, finisher A Hattersley & Son, res 1 Oak. 

Connell, see 0' Connell. 

Connelly Edward, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Tremont 
House. 

Connelly James, laborer, res 18 Brandriff. 

Connelly Margaret, bds 64 Williams. 

Conner George W, carpenter, bds e s Oliver 1 s of Greene. 

Conner H C (wid Abraham), rase s Oliver 1 s of Greene. 

Conner Wm, laborer, bds e s Oliver 1 s of Greene. 

Conners Ellen, seamstress, bds 195 E Lewis. 

Conners Michael, engineer City Fire Department, res 60 
Clinton. 

Connett John, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 206 Fairfield ave. 

Connett Martin, blacksmith P, F W <6 C Ry, res 171 Holman. 

Connett M T, carpenter Kendrick & Shrimpton. 

Connor, see also O' Connor. 

Connor Hannah, domestic 103 W Washington. 

Connors Jeremiah, blacksmith, res 46 Baker. 

Connors Johanna, domestic 49 Douglass ave. 

Connors John, helper, res 251 Harri.son. 

Connors Michael, printer, bds 251 Harrison. 

Connors Wm, bi-akeman P, F W & C Ry, bds New Yard 
House. 

Conover Alice (wid Addison V D), res 130 W Jefferson. 

Conrad Frederick, plasterer, bds 231 Barr. 

Conrad George, printer Ft Wayne Gazette, res 150 W Jef- 
ferson. 

Conrad George, sewing machines 65 E Main, res Goshen road 
2 miles w of city. 

Conrad Wilhelm, laborer, res 201 Taylor. 

Conrady Frederick, deliverer A I & H Friend, bds 43 John. 

Conrady John G, car inspector P, F W & C Ry, res 43 John. 

Conroy James, blacksmith W, St L & P Ry, res 42 Melita. 



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Conway Mrs Catherine, res 9 Melita. 

Conway Edward D, conductor, res 39 Baker. 

Coofe Annie, seamstress L B Johns, bds 13 McClellan. 

Coo^an Simon, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry. 

Cook, see also Koch. 

Cook Albert H, res 438 Broadway. 

Cook Charles O, machinist, P, F W & C Rv, res 43 Melita. 

Cook Charles W, cash N Y,C & St L Ry,bd8 123 E Main. 

Cook Christian, wood worker Ft Wayne Steel Plow Works, 

res nr 72 Brackenridge. 
Cook Christian, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res s s W Lewis 

bet Webster and Harrison. 
Cook Clarence F,printerThe Boys World, bds 438 Broadway. 
Cook Ernest W, cash W, St L & P Ry, res 124 Union. 
Cook Frederick, gardener W T McKean, bds same. 
Cook George, clerk N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 123 E Main. 
Cook John F, stereotyper Newspaper Union, bds Fleming 

House. 
Cook John H, storekeeper N Y, C & St L Ry, res 90 Wilt. 
Cook John M, machine hand Olds' Wagon Works, rooms 176 

Calhoun. 
Cook Samuel M, wheel rimmer Olds' Wagon Works, rooms 

32 Baker. 
Cooke John B, head sawyer Hoffman Bros, res 27 High. 
Cookfair John, clerk P, F W & C Ry, res 273 E Jefferson. 
Cool Edwai-d, laborer, res 94 Chicago. 

Coolican Patrick, finisher Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 2 1 Poplar. 
Coolman John H, carp, res n s Hayden 4 w of McCulloch. 
Coom Alonzo, laborer, bds 54 Barr. 
Coom Nathan B, laborer, bds 54 Barr. 
Coombs, Bell & Morris (Wm H Coombs, Robert C 

Bell, Samuel L Morris), Lawyers, 32 E Berry. 
Coombs Edward H, clerk Coombs &, Co, bds 1 86 W Berry. 
Coombs Eliza (wid John F), bds 164 Broadway. 
Coombs John M (Coombs & Co), res 186 W Berry. 
Coombs Wm H (Coombs, Bell & Morris), res 53 W Wayne. 
C00inbs'& Co (John M Coombs), Iron and Heavy Hard- 
ware, s e cor Main and Clinton. 
Cooper Cornelius, carpenter Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 191 

Jackson. 
Cooper Mrs Eleanor (wid Henry), res 22 W Wayne. 
Cooper J£noch, blacksmith W, St L & P Ry, res 35 Bass. 
Cooper Frank C, printer, rooms 58 E Wayne. 
Cooper F, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds 270 Calhoun. 
Cooper Laura, laundress Troy steam laundry, bds 191 Jackson. 
Cooper Lois A (wid Wm), res 85 Barthold. 



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Cooper Rev Malachi C, pastor Simpson M E Church, bds 237 

W Wayne. 
Cooper Mary (wid Cornelius), res 191 Jackson. 
Cooper Scott, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res n w cor Indiana 

ave and McLaren. 
Cooper Win P, City Editor The Fort Wayne Daily and 

Weekly News, res 22 W Wayne. 
Cope Joseph W, deputy county clerk, res 49 E Jefferson. 
Copp J P, conductor N Y,C & St L Ry, bds Tremont House. 
Corcoran Anthony, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 8 Hough. 
Corcoran Bridget (wid Patrick), res 23 Grand. 
Corcoran John J, printer Ft Wayne Sentinel, bds 8 Hough. 
Corcoran Owen H, clerk Dreier & Bfo, bds 185 Hanna. 
Core Mary, domestic 107 W Berry. 
Core Victoria, domestic 107 W Wayne. 
Corn Rosa, domestic Union House. 
Corneille August L, wheelmaker Boseker, White & Co, res 

41 E Superior. 
Corneille Casimere F, clerk F Sallier, res 51 E Superior. 
Corneille John B, clerk Boston Store, res 47 E Superior. 
Corneille Mary E, bds 47 E Superior. 
Cornwell Charles H, bookkeeper The Hamilton National 

Bank, bds 9 E Wayne. 
Cornwell Edward, painter, res 164 Lafayette. 
Corral Hiram, printer, res 78 Putnam. 
Corrila May, waiter The Robinson. 

Cosgrave Patrick J (Cosgrave & Tate), res 310 E Wayne. 
Cosgrave & Tate (Patrick J Cosgrave, Robert J Tate), 

Horseshoers and General Blacksmiths 5 Lafayette. 
Cosgrove Franklin K jr, Livery, Sale and Feed 

Stable 13 and 15 Pearl and Feed Yard Opposite, res 103 W 

Superior. 
Costello Mary E, domestic 505 Calhoun. 
Costigan Thomas, hammerman Bass F & M Works, bds 206 

Hanna. 
Cothrell Albert M, driver Adams Express Co, res s s Elizabeth 

5 w of Spy Run ave. 
Cothrell Allen B, switchman, res 46 4th 
Cothrell Andrew J, bds 58 Nelson. 

Cothrell Alvin, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 116 Madison. 
Cothrell Mrs Angenett, boarding house 77 E Berry, res same. 
Cothrell Ann (wid Newell), res 116 Madison. 
Cothrell Charles, switchman P,F W& C Ry, res 132 Lafayette. 
Cothrell Edith M, teacher Washington School, bds 58 Nelson. 
Cothrell Edward C, teamster, res 77 E Berry. 
Cothrell James C, fireman G R & I R R, res 58 Nelson. 



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Cothrell Jared, res 58 Nelson. 

Cothrell Moses, bds 277 E Berry. 

Cotlirell R Etta, teacher Jefferson School, bds 58 Nelson. 

Cothrell Win D, res rear 19 W Wayne. 

Cotter Bartlett E, fireman N T, & St L Ry. 

Cottinghain (wid Albert), bds Edward R Sweet. 

Cottingham Samuel Y, steum fitter A Hattersley & Son, res w 

s Ewing 2 n of W Wayne. 
Cottingham Wm, tinsmith, res 80 Brackenridge. 
Couderat John, laborer, res 305 Hanna. 
Coiighlin Jerome M, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 20 

Hough. 
Coughlin Kate, waiter Aveline House. 
County Jail, n end Calhoun. 
Cour Claude J A, fruits and cigars 192 Calhoun, res 429 E 

Washington. 
Cour Eugene, stoker Gas Works, res 19 Buchanan. 
Cour Francis V, bartender J Summer, bds 47 Douglass ave. 
Cour Frank, blacksmith L C Zollinger, res 29 Buchanan. 
Cour Mary, domestic 25 W Berry. 
Cour Miss Victoria, bds 19 Buchanan. 

Cour Wm A, printr Newspaper Union, bds 439 E Washington. 
Cour Wm H, boilermaker, bds 429 E Washington. 
Courier Charles A, plasterer, res 203 Lafayette. 
Courter Miss Clara E, clerk S M Foster, bds 203 Lafayette. 
Covault Wm, laborer, res 227 Madison. 
Coverdale Asahel (Pierce & Coverdale), res 25 Archer ave. 
Coverdale John H, feed yard n e cor Pearl and Cass, res same. 
Covert Wm C, conductor, res 50 W Washington. 
Covey Wm H, printer Newspaper TJnioii, bds Fleming House. 
Cowan John D, switchman P, F W & C Rj', bds 69 Grand. 
Cowen John, engineer P, F W & C Rv, bds 56 Williams. 
Cowen M R, fireman P, F W & C Rj, res 319 Lafayette. 
Cowen Robert, fireman, res 319 Lafayette. 
Cox Eliza W (wid Delos A), bds 103 W Superior. 
Cox Enoch, storekeeper P, F W & C Ry, res 181 E Lewis. 
Cox John, trav agt, res n s DeWald 2 w of Oakley. 
Cox John, laborer, res 183 Hanna. 

Cox Miss Julia, dressmkr Mrs M A Noll, bds 183 Hanna. 
Cox Lizzie, bds 136 E Lewis. 

Cox Patrick E, plumber A Hattersley & Son, bds 183 Hanna. 
Coyle J David, dentist 108 Calhoun, res 87 W Jefferson. 
Cragg Charles, mach hand N G Olds & Sons, res n s Taber 1 

e of Lafayette. 
Cragg Thomas, mach inspector N G Olds & Sons, res n s Taber 

1 e of Lafayette. 

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Craig Andrew, carp Kendriek & Shrimpton, res s w cor Cen- 
tre and Boone. 
Craig Atchison D, y'dmaster P, F W & C Ry, res 294 Hanna. 
Craig Christian, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 224 Calhoun. 
Craig James, bds 1 Brandriff. 

Craig James C, conductor P,F W & C Ry, res 65 Douglass ave. 
Craig John, carp, res 345 W Main. 

Craig Joseph M, supervisor P, F W & C Ry, res Lima, O. 
Craig Kate, domestic 40 Brackturidge. 
Craig Milton, lab Citizens' Street Ry Co, bds 193 Calhoun 
Craig Oscar R, fireman P, F W «S; C Ry, res s e cor Calhoun 

and Holman. 
Craig Sidney P, engineer P, F W «& C Ry, rooms 8 DriscoU's 

Block. 
Craigh Michael S, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 33 Lasselle. 
Crakes Miss Hattie, dressmaker 106 Wallace, res same. 
Cramer, see also Kramer. 

Cramer Charles B, mach Bass F «fe M Works, bds 158 Madison. 
Cramer David, engineer G R & I R R, res w of Walton ave 

nr P, F W & C Ry. 
Cramer Eli, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 158 Madison. 
Cramer Miss Jennie D, dressmaker, bds 28 Wilt. 
Cramer John F, pres The Newspaper Union, res Milwaukee, 

Wis. 
Cramer Miss Lillie I, bds 158 Madison. 
Cramer Marcus, laborer, bds 21 Taylor. 
Cramer Mathias, roofer, res 465 Lafayette. 
Cramer Solomon, carp C G French, res 21 Taylor. 
Cran Charles, bds 398 Calhoun. 

Cran Charles jr, molder Bass F & M Works, res 39 Force. 
Cran Robert, foreman molder Bass F & M Works, res 398 

Calhoun. 
Crance Miss Belle M, bds 1 04 Gay. 
Crance D Franklin, finisher N G Olds & Sons, res w s Hanna 

1 n of Pontiac. 
Crance Edward J, finisher N G Olds & Sons, res w s Walton 

ave nr Pontiac. 
Crance George W, finisher N G Olds & Sons, res w s Walton 

ave nr Pontiac. 
Crance James, laborer, res 104 Gay. 
Crance Pritchard, lab, res s w cor Thomas and Greene. 
Crance Miss Rachel, bds s w cor Thomas and Greene. 
Crance Wm H, finisher, bds s w cor Thomas and Greene. 
Crane Eugene, finisher Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 7 Bass. 
Crane George D, lawyer 44 Calhoun, res 215 W Wayne. 
Crane John, helper W, St L & P Ry, bds 7 Bass. 

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Crane Maria (wid Owen), res 7 Bass. 

Cranston James, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 142 Holman. 

Cratzer Mrs Henrietta, laundress The Robinson. 

Craw Edward L, clerk D C Fisher, res VI W Wayne. 

Crawford Frank, plasterer, res 51 Baker. 

Crawford Jennie, domestic 270^ Calhoun. 

Crawford John T, carp, res 255 E Wayne. 

Crawford Martin, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 45 Grand. 

Crawford Montgomery H, finisher Boseker, White & Co, res 
386 E Washington. 

Creagh Annie, cook S W Harmon. 

Creedean Wm, carp, res s w cor Murray and Clinton. 

Cregan Alfred D, printer Newspaper Union, bds Fleming 
House. 

Cressler Alfred D, manager Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, res 141 
W Berry. 

Cressler Annie, housekeeper Aveline House. 

Cretzel Henrietta (wid John), res 80 Baker. 

Cretzer Alonzo W, broommaker R Gage, bds 21 Melita. 

Cretzer Elizabeth (wid David), res 21 Melita. 

Cretzer Henry N, laborer, bds 21 Melita. 

Crighton David K, draftsman Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 49 
Brackenridge. 

Crighton Thomas J, clerk F W, C & L Ry, bds 49 Bracken- 
ridge. 

Crighton Wm, supt Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, res 49 Bracken- 
ridge. 

Crighton Wm jr, machinist Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 49 
Brackenridge. 

Crimmons Dennis, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 30 Butler. 

Crist John, brakeman, res 33 Charles. 

Critchet A Jackson, night clerk Harmon House, bds same. 

Crock John, teamster, res w s Franklin ave 2 s of Archer. 

Cromwell Joseph C, chief clerk Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, res 
206 W Wayne. 

Cromwell Joseph W, lumber, res 224 W Berry. 

Cronin Sarah, domestic 91 W Berry. 

Cronmeyer Minnie, domestic 55 E Wayne. 

Crosby Ann (wid Francis G), bds 68 Oakley. 

Crosby Edwin G, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 111 W De 
Wald. 

Crosby George T, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 111 W 
DeWald. 

Crosby Hiram O, clerk W, St L & P Ry, res e s S Calhoun 8 
s of Leith. 

Crosby Mary (wid Nathan G), res 70 Dawson. 

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Crosby Sarah I (wid James C), res e s Calhoun 3 s of Leith. 

Cross Charles W, machinist Gause Agricultural Works, bds 
209 Harrison. 

Cross L C, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds n w cor Walton ave 
and P, F W & C Ry. 

Crouse Augusta, domestic 251 W Main. 

Crouse Charles, hackdriver Powers & Barnett, bds s w cor 
Montgomery and Hanna. 

Crouse Charles F, tilemaker, res n e cor Begue and Erie. 

Crouse Charles R, tilemaker, bds n e cor Begue and Erie. 

Crout Earl E, messenger, bds 37 W Main. 

Grout Elizabeth (wid Louis), res 37 W Main. 

Crout Frederick, bookkeeper W U Tel Co, bds 37 W Main. 

Crow James A, carpenter, res 23 Pritchard. 

Crow John F, carpenter and builder 187 Jackson, res same. 

Crow Wm S, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 78 Hanna. 

Crull August, teacher Concordia College, res College grounds. 

Crumley Robert, brakeman P, F W «fe C Ry,bd8 262 Calhoun. 

Cruse Demetrius A, tuck pointer, res s s Pontiac 1 w of La- 
fayette. 

Cubberly Lewis P, traveling agent Huestis & Hamilton, res 
Marion, Ind. 

Cull Catherine (wid Cornelius), res 89 Baker. 

Cull Dennis W, wood carver Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 89 
Baker. 

Cull Thomas, fireman, bds 89 Baker. 

Cullison Charles E, fireman G R & I R R, res 113 Gay. 

Cummerow Rudolph, bartender J G Strode!, bds 54 E Main. 

Cummings Jeremiah, brakeman P, F W «& C Ry, res 323 La- 
fayette. 

Cummings Mary, domestic 158 W Berry. 

Cummings Robert, machinist, bds 320 Calhoun. 

Cummings Thomas J T, patent rights, res 29 Grand. 

Cunningham Kate, domestic 11 Grand. 

Curdes Louis F, tuner Ft Wayne Organ Co, rooms 25 W 
Washington. 

Curdis Maria (wid Ernst), bds Christian Westpool. 

Curran Forrest V, spoke inspector N G Olds & Sons, bds 91 
E Washington. 

Curran Glen, clerk H J Ash, bds 91 E Washington. 

Curran Mary C, dressmaker, bds 91 E Washington. 

Curran Wm H, spokedriver N G Olds & Sons, res 91 E Wash- 
ington. 

Current Samuel, laborer, bds 35 John. 

Current Sylanus, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res n s Wayne 
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Currier Charles A, opei-ator W U Telegr.apb Co, bds Charles 

H Currier. 
Currier Charles H, operator W U Telegraph Co, res Spy Run. 
Currier Frederick G, operator W U Telegraph Co, bds Charles 

H Currier. 
Currier John L, operator W U Telegraph Co, bds Charles 

H Currier. 
Curry Van Wert, plasterer, res 215 Wells. 
Curry Wm T^ switchman P, F W tfc C Ry, res n w cor Lillie 

and Myland. 
Curtice John F, secretary and treasurer St.andai-d Mnfg Co, 

office Burgess Block, res 142 Montgomery. 
Curtin David, laborer, res 11 Oak. 
Curtis Caleb, blacksmith Bass F & M Works, res w s Hanna 

8 of Pontiac. 
Curtis Daniel, switchman P, F W & C Ry, rooms 20 Calhoun. 
Curtis Mollie, waiter Harmon House. 
Curtis Samuel H, porter Huestis & Hamilton, res n s DeWald 

1 e of Calhoun. 
Cushing Mary (wid Michael), res s ^v cor Murray and Clinton. 
Cashing Timothy J, engineer G R & I R R, bds s w cor 

Murray and Clinton. 
Cnster House, Gerson Scherzinger Proprietor, 16 and 18 

W Main. {See adv, 2) 69.) 
Cutler Wm, foreman, res e s Wabash ave 1 s of Humphrey. 
Cutshall Eva M, teacher, bds 65 Williams. 
Cutshall Joseph H, engineer, res 103 Wilt. 
Cutshall Wm H, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 36 Hough. 



Dahill John, laborei-, res 14 Bass. 

Dahlborn John P, laborer, bds Washington House. 

Dahman Maggie, domestic 143 W Wayne. 

Dahraan Wm J, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 180 E 

Washington. 
Daiker George, clerk Root & Co, bds 77 Butler. 
Dailey Wm, fireman W, St L & P Ry, bds 45 Locust. 
Daily Charles E, machinist, bds 138 Fulton. 
Daily James W, fireman W, St L & P Ry, bds 138 Fulton. 
Daily Laura A (wid James W), res 138 Fulton. 
Daley Mary (wid Wm G), res rear 100 W Jefferson. 
Daley M, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds n \v cot- Walton 

ave and P, F W & C Ry. 
Daley Theresa, domestic 326 E Wayne. 



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Dalman John, County Treasurer, office Court House, 
res 304 W Washington. 

Dalrymple Charles, binder Boseker, White & Co, bds 274 
E Wayne. 

Dalton Edmund, carp Cochrane & Humphrey, res 32 Wilt. 

Dalton James, laborer, res 78 Fairfield ave. 

Dalton James, laborer, res 64 Williams. 

Dalton Mary E, housekeeper 98 E Berry. 

Dalton Timothy, laborer, res 19 Colerick. 

Daly John F, painter, bds 219 Lafayette. 

Daly Miss Katie, bds s w cor Grand and Thomas. 

Daly Samuel J, helper, res 18 Bass. 

Dammeier August, laborer, res s s Eckart 3 e of Hanna. 

Dammeier Wm, res 63 Douglass ave. 

Damraeyer Henry, blksmith P, F W & C Ry, res 201 Ewing. 

Danforth Rufus A, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 169 W Jef- 
ferson. 

Daniels Frank R, bkkpr City Carriage Works, bds 21 Clay. 

Daniels Samuel S (Dudenhoefer, Daniels & Bueker), res 21 
Clay. 

Danner Orlan O, laundry cor Plum and Water, res same. 

Danner Robert, brakeman, res 96 Montgomery. 

Darker Martha E (wid Wm), res 7.7 Butler. 

Darling Joseph L, salesman Fort Wayne Organ Co, bds 96 
E Wayne. 

Darling Robert H, elk, rooms 63 W Superior. 

Darrow House, 248 Calhoun. 

Darrow James R, pi-opr Darrow House 248 Calhoun, res same. 

Darrow Jesse, printer, bds 248 Calhoun. 

Darrow Maggie (wid Milton W), bds 248 Calhoun. 

Darst Charles, laborer, res 102 Chicago. 

Daseler Conrad C, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 181 
Lafayette. 

Daseler Henry J, helper W, St L & P Ry, bds 181 Lafayette. 

Dasler Christian, laborer, bds 163 Montgomery. 

Dasler Frederick, laborer, bds 163 Montgomery. 

Dasler Henry, laborer, res 163 Montgomery. 

Dasler Henry C, bds 163 Montgomery. 

Daucal August, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 281 E Wash- 
ington. 

Daugherty, see also Dougherty. 

Daugherty Alfred, letter carrier Postoffice, res 227 Wells. 

Daugherty Charles J S, stove mounter, res 76 Putnam. 

Daugherty CTeorge, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry. 

Daugherty Mary (wid John), res 76 Putnam. 

Daugherty Thomas, laborer, res 316 Hanna. 



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Dautrick C, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res Murray. 

Davenport Charles, engineer Rhinesmith &. Siniouson, bds 
22 Lasselle. 

Davenport Nelson, laborer, bds 22 Lasselle. 

Daveny Martin, laborer, res 76 Baker. 

Daveny Wm, fireman, bds 76 Baker. 

Davern John, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res 36 Baker. 

Davidson Sadie, domestic 228 W Creighton ave. 

Davis Alfred, carpenter P, F W& C Ry, res 87 Montgomery. 

Davis Charles, bookbinder, res 260 E Wayne. 

Davis Charles E (Davis & Bro), res 262 E Wayne. 

Davis Miss Christina, bds 148 E Lewis. 

Davis Edward T, warehouse foreman P, F W & C Ry, res 
127 E Washington. 

Davis Edwin G, fireman N G Olds & Sous, res 290 E Wayne. 

Davis Eliza (wid Amos), res 148 E Lewis. 

Davis Miss Eva, bds 213 Lafayette. 

Davis George E, cigarmaker J C Eckert, bds 59 Taylor. 

Davis George W, cigarmaker, res 64 Wall. 

Davis George P, tel opr, rooms 94 Calhoun. 

Davis Hezekiah, res n e cor Cass and Wells. 

Davis Mrs Jennie, res 356 Calhoun. 

Davis John W, mach P, F W & C Ry, res 72 Hamilton. 

Davis Joseph, elk A D Brandriff & Co, bds 239 E Wayne. 

Davis Samuel T, res 90 W Superior. 

Davis Sarah, domestic 9 E Wayne. 

Davis Thomas, laborer Ft W Electric Light Co, bds 308 E 
Wayne. 

Davis Wesley T,engineer N G Olds & Sons,res 308 E Wayne. 

Davis Wilbur E, yard dispatcher P, F W & C Ry, bds Com- 
mercial House. 

Davis Wm E, clerk Tremont House. 

Davis Wm H (Davis & Bro), res 177 E Jefferson. 

Davis Wm H, bai-ber J J Kinsey, res 67 Grand. 

Davis & Bro (Charles E and Wm H), Bookbinders and 
Blank Book and Cigar and Paper Box Mnfrs 28 and 30 
E Main. 

Dawkins Miss Ellen, bds 96 W Wayne. 

Dawsey Nannie J, domestic, s s Samuel 3 e of Thomas. 

Dawson Amanda M (wid John W), res 140 E Berry. 

Dawson Andrew J, conductor P,F W & C Ry.bds 46 Chicago. 

Dawson Charles M, pros atty 20 E Berry, res 76 Lafayette. 

Dawson John B, brakeman, bds 46 Chicago. 

Dawson J Wallace, res 60 W Berry. 

Dawson Michael, watchman, res 46 Chicago. 

Day Charles, painter, bds 137 W Superior. 



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Day Henry D, painter, res 137 W Superior. 

Deagen Frank E, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 23 W Lewis. 

Deagen John J, blacksmith P,F W & C Ry, res 132 Monroe. 

Deagen Patrick, blacksmith P, F W & C Ry, res 93 Mont- 
gomery. 

Deahart Annie, domestic, bds 25 Nirdlinger. 

Deal Frank S,brakeman P,F W & C Ry,res 61 Brackenridge. 

Deal Mrs Sarah, bds 73 High. 

Dean Minne, waiter Fleming House. 

Deardorff Osro, teamster, res e s Lillie 1 s of E Lewis. 

Decker Frederick, molder, bds 161 Hanna. 

Dedolph Wm, bartender C Newcomer, res e s Franklin ave 1 
n of Spring. 

Dedrick J, conductor P,F W & C Ry, rooms 4 Driscoll Hall. 

Deem Elizabeth (wid George), res n s 4th 2 w of Wells. 

Deeter Jacob M, engineer W, St L & P Ry,res 42 MoClellan. 

Degan Edward, blacksmith Bass F & M Works, res 62 Leith. 

Degan Louise, milliner A Mergenthum, bds 52 Leith. 

Degan Margaret A, seamstress, bds 52 Leith. 

Degens Frederick, laborer, res 413 E Washington. 

Degert Lizzie, domestic Washington House, 

Deggis Frederick, laborer, res 154 Greeley. 

Degitz Charles, laborer, res 15 Colerick. 

Degitz Frank, laborer, res 72 Leith. 

Degitz Louis, flagman, bds 15 Colerick. 

Degnan Philip, laborer, bds 6 Kansas. 

De Gratterey James, clerk Morgan & Beach, bds 90 E Lewis. 

De Gratterey Miss Mary, bds 90 E Lewis. 

De Hart Abraham, laborer, res 39 Wall. 

De Haven Elizabeth (wid Jonathan), res 171 Broadway. 

De Haven Harrison, mach P, F W & C Ry, res 107 Holman. 

De Haven Perry N, clerk J M Clark, bds 29 E Main. 

Dehn Minnie, domestic 54 E Wayne. 

Dehne Ernst D A,patternmaker P,F W & C Ry,res 110 Gay. 

Dehne Margaret (wid Wm), res 142 Madison. 

Deick Anton, laborer, res 137 Force. 

Deidrich Edward, teamster Wilding & Son, bds n w cor 
Colerick and Hoagland ave 

Deidrich John, coachman 198 W Wayne. 

Deigelman Miss Annie, bds 156 W Jefferson. 

Deihl, see also Diehl. 

Deihl Hugh M, chief of police, res 49 Harmer. 

Deihm George, brickmaker J A Koehler, res w s Lafayette 3 
s of Leith. 

Deihm Henry, teamsterJJ A Koehler, bds same. 

Deil Charles, carpenter,"bds 28 Erie. 



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Delagrange Frank, carpenter, res 68 Lasselle. 

Delagrange Frank J E, clerk John Wessell jr, bds 273 Haniia. 

De Lagrange Joseph, wagonmaker Olds' Wagon Works, res 

52 Lasselle. 
Delano Mrs Elizabeth D (wid Thomas), bds 76 E Wayne. 
Delano Timothy, feeder Ft Wayne Sentinel, res 76 E Wayne. 
Delzell Eva M, milliner S J Delzell, bds 30 Calhoun. 
Delzell Sophia J, milliner 30 Calhoun, res same. 
De Moulpied M, conductor P, F W & C Ry. 
Dempsey James, laborer, res 241 Clay. 
Dempsey Michael J, molder Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, res 26 

Murray. 
Denahy Cornelius, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 70 Force. 
Denahy James, engineer G R & I R R, res 10 Bass. 
Denahy John, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 37 Baker. 
Denahy Michael, painter P, F W & C Ry, res 1 2 Bass. , 
Denahy Philip, wiper P, F W & C Ry, res 83 Holman. 
Dendel Wm H (Thorward & Dendel) bds 309 W Washing- 
ton. 
Denfing Henry, tailor J G Thieme & Bro, bds Wra Luhman. 
Denio Cordelia (wid Wm), bds 146 Wallace. 
Denio Wm E, porter Harmon House, bds same. 
Denner Joseph, tanner, res s s W Main 3 e of Muncie R R. 
Dennis Frederick, laborer N G Olds <fc Sons, res 63 Buchanan. 
Dennis Michael, saloon 74 E Columbia, and 181 E Wayne, 

res 74 E Columbia. 
Dennis Wm, bartender Michael Dennis, bds 74 E Columbia. 
Dennison John, carriagemaker, res e s Spy Run ave 1 8 of 

Elizabeth. 
Denzil John, carpenter, bds 18 Lavina. 
Deppen Augustus, clerk M N Webber, res 101 Clay. 
Deprez Victor, laborer, res 73 Lasselle. 
Deprez Wm, machine hand, bds 73 Lasselle. 
Derheimer Joseph, contractor, res 236 E Jefferson. , 
Derman Frederick, helper, bds 22 fiood. 
Dermer Anna, weaver French, Hanna & Co, bds 157 W 

Washington. 
Dermer Lyda, weaver French, Hanna & Co, bds 157 W 

Washington. 
DeRome Solomon, res 243 E Wayne. 
Derr Jacob, barber J Walter, res 62 Chicago. 
Derwinkle Charles, laborer, res 274 E Wayne. 
Dessauer L & Co (Isaac Trauerman), cigar manfr 23,Calhoun. 
Dessauer Yetta (wid Louis), res 90 W Main. 
Desser Joseph, harnessmkr A S Johns & Son, res 120 Wallace. 
Detroy George P, mason, bds 74 Barr. 



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DeTurk Lebanon, saloon and billiard room 26 Harrison, res 

57 3d. 
Detzer August J (Detzer & Bro), res 260 Calhoun. 
Detzer Gustav G, messenger First National Bank, rooms 260 

Calhoun. 
Detzer Martin F (Detzer & Bro), res 76 Brackenridge. 
Detzer &. Dro (Martin F and August J), Druggists 260 

Calhoun. 
Deuter John M, tailor, res 105 High. 
Deuter John M jr, stonecutter, res 103 High. 
Devany Edward M, polisher N G Olds & Sons, bds 76 Baker. 
Devany John, machine hand N G Olds & Sons, bds 76 Baker. 
Devaux E Frank, clerk Philip Graf, bds 23 Lasselle. 
Devaux Felice (wid Xavier), res 23 Lasselle. 
DeVaux Frank, laborer, res 31 Duck. 
Devaux Miss Mary F, dressmaker 23 Lasselle, res same. 
Develin James, bottler F Hake & Co, bds Almeron Em- 

merson. 
Devendorf Henry C, telegraph operator, bds 70 Douglass ave. 
Deveny George, machinist E B Kunkle, bds 132 Wells. 
Deveny James, carpenter, res 132 Wells. 

Deveny Wm, trimmer City Carriage Works, bds 132 Wells. 
Deveny Wm, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 76 Baker. 
DeVilbiss Allen, Physician 37 WBerry, res 21 Hamilton. 
DeVilbiss Lillian M (wid Alexander), res s s Creighton ave 1 

e of Thomas. 
Devine Wm K, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry. 
Devlin James, laborer, bds 33 1st. 
Delvin John, brakeman, res 38 Wells. 
Delvin Wm, foreman, res s w cor N Calhoun and 4th. 
DeWald Anthony, clerk George DeWald & Co, bds 128 Fair- 
field ave. 
DeWald Miss Carrie L, bds DeWald Square. 
DeWald Frank X,molder Bass F & M Works,res 11 Colerick. 
DeWald George (George DeWald & Co), res DeWald Square. 
DeWald George, tinsmith, res 128 Fairfield ave. 
DeWald George & Co (George DeWald, Effingham 

T Williams, Amelius J Lang), Dry Goods and Notions 

n e cor Calhoun and Columbia. {See top lines and front 

edge.) 
DeWald Henry, tinsmith 80 Barr, res 141 same. 
DeWald Miss Mamie E, bds DeWald Square. 
DeWald Nicholas, grocer 406 Calhoun, res 404 same. 
DeWald Robert W T, traveling agent George DeWald & 

Co, bds DeWald Square. 
Dewane Catherine (wid Michael), res 39 Grand. 

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Dewane John, machinist Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 39 Gi-and. 
Dewane Miss Katie, bds 39 Grand. 
Dewane Miss Mary, bds 39 Grand. 
Dewane Philip, brakeman G R •& I R R, bds 39 Grand. 
Dewane Thomas, fireman P, F W & C Ry.bds 39 Grand. 
Dexter Wm, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 74 Nelson. 
Deyo Annette, dressmaker 169 W Jefferson, res same. 
Dial Oliver E, fireman W, St L & P Ry, res 41 Baker. 
Dick Annie B, teacher Hanna School, bds 85 Butler. 
Dick Anton, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 137 Force. 
Dick Daniel, engineer G R & I R R, res 85 Butler. 
Dick Mary E, teacher Hoaglaud School, bds 85 Butler. 
Dicke Frederick, clei'k, res 52 Maumee road. 
Dicke Frederick, Grocer 29 Smith, res same. 
Dicke Henry, Grocer 119 E Lewis, res 192 same. 
Dickerson Charles, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 5 

Holman. 
Dickerson Frank (col'd), feeder Ft Wayne Daily News, bds 

33 W Lewis. 
Dickerson Jefferson, res 19 Lafayette. 
Dickerson Miss Nellie, bds 19 Lafayette. 
Dickerson Sarah (col'd, wid Andrew), res 33 W Lewis. 
Dickey John, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res w s Calhoun 

opp Leith. 
Dickey Robert, boilermaker C L Olds & Co, res w s Calhoun 

opj) Leith. 
Dickinson Irving I, Singer Mnfg Co, res 159 Harrison. 
Dickmeyer Wm,fireman Ranke,Yergens & Co,res 168 Greeley. 
Dickson, see also Dixon. 

Dickson James, engineer, res 154 W Jefferson. 
Dickson John, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 225 W Jefferson. 
Dickson Lot, conductor, res 60 Brackenridge. 
Didier Frank, res 410 E Wayne. 
Didier James, carpenter, res 91 Harmer. 
Didier John (Bechtold & Didier), bds 102 Maumee road. 
Didier Joseph H, machine hand 6 R Bickford & Co, bds 410 

E Wayne. 
Didion Martin, propr Tremont House, 15 and 17 Columbia. 
Didricks Jacob, shearer P, F W «& C Ry, res 79 Holman. 
Diebold Henry, baker Louis Fox, res n s Boone 1 e of Osage. 
Diebold Henry, clerk Fruit House, bds 275 E Washington. 
Diebold Joseph, res 275 E Washington. 
Diebold Joseph jr, car inspector P, F W & C Ry, res 275 E 

Washington. 
Dieckmeyer Charles, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 157 S 

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Dieckmeyer Ferdinand, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 157 
Broadway. 

Diederich Henry W, sec and treas The Horton Mnfg Co, 
prof of English Language Concordia College, res 17 
Maumee ave. 

Diehl, see also Delhi. 

Diehl Michael (M Diehl & Co), res 48 Williams. 

Diehl in & Co (Michael Diehl, Sarah E Johnson), Manu- 
facturers and Dealers in Tinware, and Wholesale and Re- 
tail Dealers in Glassware, 209 Calhoun. 

Diek John H, stonecutter, res 138 W Washington. 

Diekmeyer Wm, engineer, res 168 Greeley. 

Diem Charles, accordion maker, res 27 E Main. 

Diemann Wm, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 227 E Jefferson. 

Diener Charles E, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 
161 Hanna. 

Dierkes Anthony J, finisher N G Olds & Sons, res 74 Barthold. 

Dierkes August, finisher N G Olds & Sons, bds 94 Lasselle. 

Dierkes Catherine (wid Frederick), res 74 Barthold. 

Dierkes Catharine, domestic 50 W Berry. 

Dierkes Maria (wid August), res 94 Lasselle. 

Dierstein Anna, domestic 54 W Berry. 

Dierstein Christian, lab N G Olds & Sons, bds 336 Harrison. 

Dierstein Fredericka (wid Christian), res 4 Fairfield ave. 

Dierstein George C, upholsterer D N Foster, bds 4 Fairfield ave. 

Dierstein Henry G, bartender Christian Entermann, bds 4 
Fairfield ave. 

Deirstein Philip, wiper P, P W & C Ry, bds 336 Harrison. 

Dierstein Samuel, Saloon 36 Fairfield ave, res same. 

Dierstein Sophia (wid Henry), res 336 Harrison. 

Diether Charles, laborer, res 128 Griflith. 

Diether Edward, machine hand Rhinesmith & Simonson, bds 
128 Griflith. 

Diether John H, foreman Diether & Campbell, 169 Francis. 

Diether Louis (Diether & Campbell), res n e cor Fulton and 
Washington. 

Diether Wm A, clerk Diether & Campbell, bds 128 Griffith. 

Dietiier & Campbell (Lewis Diether, Isaac W Camp- 
bell), Lumber, Sash, Doors and Blinds, s s E Superior 1 
e of Clinton. 

Diffenderfer Benjamin O, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 
189 Barr. 

Diffenderfer Wm A, bookkeeper Coombs & Co, bds 189 Barr. 

Diggins Charlotte (wid Wm), res 188 E Washington. 

Diggins Cora A, teacher Harmer School, bds 188 E Wash- 
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Diggins Thomas, brakeman P; F W & C Ry, bds New Yard 

House. 
Dignan Lawrence D, foreman canal repairs, res 85 W Main. 
Dildine Frank, res n e cor Jefferson and Webster. 
Dille Joseph H, artist, res e s Broad.\vay 1 s of Maple ave. • 
Dilley Frank, engineer, bds 33 N Calhoun. 
Dillon Hugh, fireman Hoffman Bros, res s s Elm 1 e of Cherry. 
Dills Thomas J, oculist and aurist 20 W Berry, res 91 E Main. 
Dinen Charles, molder, res 151 Hanna. 
Dingaman Isaac K, engineer, bds 82 Baker. 
Dingman Elizabeth (wid Adam), bds 75 Smith. 
Dingman Matilda (wid Jacob), bds 195 W Wayne. 
Dinklage Anthony, bds 271 E Washington. 
Dinklage Anthonj', teamster, bds 247 E Washington. 
Dinklage Bernard, bds 247 E Washington. 
Dinklage Elizabeth (wid Barney), res 247 E Washington. 
Dinklage Margeret (wid Henry), bds 271 E Washington. 
Dinklage Mary (wid Harmon), res 30 Gay. 
Dinklage Patrick O, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 30 Gay. 
Dinuen James m, Physician 69 W Wayne, res same. 
Dinnis Michael, saloon, res 167 High. 
Dippman Moritz, servant A H Hamilton. 
Dirschmann Paul, coremaker Bass F & M Works, bds 281 E 

Washington. 
d'Isay Isaac, Real Estate and Loans 62 Calhouo, res 26 

Douglass ave. (See back bone and adv, p 61.) 
Disser Joseph, harnessmaker, res 120 Wallace. 
Diter August, coremkr Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 22 Wallace. 
Dittmann Carl, laborer Bass F tfe M Works, res 96 Lasselle. 
Dittmann Henry, laborer, bds 225 Calhoun. 
Dittmann Wm. laborer Bass F & M Works, res 1 John. 
Dittoe Albert J (A J Dittoe & Co), res 193 E Wayne. 
Dittoe A J & Co (Albert J Dittoe, Joseph F Oddou), 

Grocers 20 W Berry. _ 
Dix Seth, hack owner, res 47 E Washington. 
Dixon, see also Dickson. 
Dixon Andrew J, machinist, bds 24 Baker. 
Dixon Daniel B, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 24 Baker. 
Doar Mary (wid John), res 20 Locust. 
Doasing Henry, laborer Hoffman Bros, bds 215 W Main. 
Doctor Wm A, saloon 49 E Main, res same. 
Doctorman Wm F, traveling agent, res 353 E Wayne. 
Dodane Alfred A, clerk A S Lanferty & Co, res 84 W Lewis. 
Dodez Gustavus C, bronzes, res 253 W Berry. 
Dodge Arthur, deputy sheriff, res 26 E Wayne. 
Dodge Charles D, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, res Bellevue, O. 

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Doebler Charles H, machinist P, F W & C Ry, rooms 44 
Brackeiiridge. 

Doehler John, laborer Bass F & M Works. 

Doehrman Charles, carp P, F W & C Ry, res 175 Madison. 

Doehrraann Ernest, boilerftiaker C L Olds & Co, bds 22 Hood. 

Doehrmann Frederick, helper C L Olds & Co, bds 22 Hood. 

Doehrpiann Wm (Doehrmann & Hitzemann),res 339 E Wash- 
ington. 

Doehrmann & Hitzeniann (Wm Doehrmann, 

George Hitzemann), Grocers, Flour and Feed, Wines and 

Liquors 56 Barr. 
Doell Wm, blacksmith, res s s Huestis ave 1 w of Broadway. 
Doenges Frederick, woodwkr City Carriage Works, res 413 

E Washington. 
Doenges Henry, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, bds 175 Madison. 
Doerfel Anton, tailor J H Grimme & Sons, res 49 W Wayne. 
Doermer Peter, dairy, res n s New Haven road 1 e of Wayne 

Trace. 
Doermer Peter jr, laborer P, F W &.C Ry, res n s New 

Haven road 5 e of Wayne Trace. 
Doescher Mary, domestic 74 E Lewis. 
Doherty Mrs Kate, domestic 126 E Main. 
Dohrman Emma, domestic 29 W Columbia. 
Dolan Charles, fireman, res w s Runnion ave 1 n of W Main. 
Dolan John, conductor, bds nw cor Harrison and 1st. 
Doland Joseph, laborer Hoffman Bros, bds 27 W Berry. 
Doll Wm, boilermaker Bass F & M Works, res w s Broadway 

hr railroad. 
Dolling Ernst W, laborer Hoffman Bros, bds n w cor Greeley 

and Jackson. 
Dolloff Sarah (wid Elijah), bds 106 Wells. * 
Domestic Sewing Machines, Louis Mohr Agent 64 

E Columbia. 
Dominie Louis, fruits, res 37 Barr. 
Donahoe Mary S (wid John), res 16 Smith. 
Donahoe Peter S, brakenian P, F W & C Ry, res 16 Smith. 
Donahoe Miss Rosa L, bds 16 Smith. 
Donahue Michael, painter Reinewald Bros, res Bass. 
Donahue P W, lireman N Y,C & St L Ry. 
Donahue Thomas, brakeman G R & I R R, bds 31 Hough. 
Donaldson John, clerk Baals & Co, bds 55 Barr. 
Donnell Wm, finisher Ft W Organ Co,res IJO W Creighton. 
Donnelly Ambrose, shoemkr Wm McNulty, res 28 Brandriff. 
Donnelly Deimis M, blacksmith P, F W & C Ry, bds 248 

Calhoun. 
Donnelly John, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds 28 Brandriff. 

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Donnelly Wm, machinist F W Electric Light Co, bds 86 

Dawson. " 
Donnelly Wm H, brakeman, bds 28 Brandriff. 
Donohue Miss Annie, dressmaker, bds 44 Brandriff. 
Donohue Bridget, domestic 20 Douglass ave. 
Donohue Daniel, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 44 Brandriff. 
Donohue John, brakeman, bds 257 Calhoun. 
Donohue Lawrence, foreman, res 44 Brandriff. 
Donohue Thomas, laborer, res 39 Walnut. 
Donohue Timothy, machinist, bds 44 Brandriff. 
Donovan Miss Ellen, bds 131 E Main. 

Donovan John W.conductor P,F W & C Ry,res 177 Griffith. 
Donovan Michael, bds 131 E Main. 

Donovan Timothy, engineer G R & I R R, res 133 E Main. 
Dooley John C, conductor NY, C & St L Ry, res 67 W 

Superior. 
Dooley Miss Mary, dressmaker Mrs M Green, bds 67 W 

Superior. 
Doran Wm, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds Mayer House. 
Doriot Henry W, wagonmaker Chauvey Bros,bds 56 Charles. 
Doriot Julius, molder Bass F <fe M Works, res 56 Charles. 
Dornberg Wm, hostler Berghoff Bros, res e end Brewery. 
Dornta August H F, spoketurner Boseljer, White & Co, bds 

113 Holman. 
Dornta George F, harnessmaker G H Kuntz, res 162 Calhoun. 
Dornte Henry F,lab F, F W & C Ry, res 507 E Washington. ' 
Dorr Everett K, trav agt, G E Bursley & Co, res 115 Barr. 
Dorr Susannah (wid Artemus K), res 115 Barr. 
Dorr Theodore I, head facer N G Olds & Sons, res 204 E 

Wayne. 
Dorster Carl M, teacher of music and modern languages Ft 

Wayne College, res same. 
Doswell Alfred E (Doswell Bros), bds J H Doswell. 
Doswell G W & Bro (George W and Alfred E), 

Florists n s Main nr Lindenwood Cemetery. {See adv, p 

91.) 
Doswell George W (Doswell Bros), res n s W Main nr Lin- 
denwood Cemetery. 
Doswell John H, supt Lindenwood Cemetery, res n s W Main 

nr Lindenwood Cemetery. 
Dothage Sophia (wid Ernst), res 23 Wilt. 
Dothage Wm E, machine hand Jacoby & Weigand, bds 70 

Webster. 
Doty Laura (wid Charles), bds 100 W Superior. 
Doty Richard E, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 352 Hanna. 
Doty Wm, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 26 Leith. 



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Doty Willis P, carpenter, res 144 E Washington. 

Dong'all Allan H, Deputy Collector Internal Revenue 
11th District 59 Barr, res same. 

Dougall Margaret (wid John), res 59 Barr. 

Dougherty, see also Daugherty. 

Dougherty Samuel W, carpenter, res 42 Lasselle. 

Doughty Horace B, law student Aldrich & Barrett, bds 209 
Harrison. 

Doughty Wm L, timekeeper P, F W & C Ry, res 21 John. 

Douglas Miss Clara D, bds s s Pontiac opp Holton ave. 

Douglas George, boilermaker, res s s Pontiac opp Holton ave. 

Douglas Joseph H, clerk Harmon House, bds same. 

Douglass Wm B, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res 262 W Jef- 
ferson. 

Douglass Wm G, switchman, res 69 Grand. 

Douglass Wm V (Hayden & Douglass), res 262 W Jefferson. 

Douing Sarah (wid Henry), res 73 High. 

Doutric Charles A, brakeman, bds 72 Murray. 

Doutric Miss Rebecca, dressmaker, bds 72 Murray. 

Doutrick James, painter, res 224 Hugh. 

Dow Frederick, carpenter, res 294 Hanua. 

Dow Samuel R, engineer, bds 47 Bass. 

Dowd Henry, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, res 167 Jackson. 

Dowie Wm A, boilemaker P, F W & C Ry, res 126 Williams. 

Downes John, laborer, bds 145 Griffiths. 

Downes Mary, domestic 145 Griffiths. 

Downing Myron, elk A S Lanferty & Co, bds Fleming House. 

Downs Miss Etta, bds 132 Wells. 

Downs James M, janitor Fort Wayne College, res same. 

Doyle Catherine (wid Patrick), res 243 Clay. 

Doyle Daniel, salesman G E Bursley & Co, bds 134 W Main. 

Doyle Douglass, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res n w cor Lillie 
and Myland. 

Doyle James, wheelmaker N G Olds & Sons, res 204 Francis. 

Doyle John P, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 113 Holman. 

Doyle John W, teamster, bds 243 Clay. 

Doyle Kate, tailoress, bds 243 Clay. 

Doyle Mary (wid Patrick), bds 23 Grand. 

Doyle Mary Ann, seamstress, bds 243 Clay. 

Doyle Thomas, deputy sheriff, res 237 Madison. 

Draeger Amelia, tailoress, bds lOS Wells. 

Draeger Charles E, jeweler H C Graff e, res 108 Wells. 

Draeger Emma (wid Charles), res 108 Wells. 

Draeger Emma, tailoress, bds 108 Wells. 

Draeger Matilda, tailoress, bds 108 Wells. 

Drage Frederick, carpenter, res 56 Leith. 



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FORT WAYNE DIEKCTOET. 



Drake Fredei-ick J, clerk gen'] delivery postoflSce, bds Mayer 
House. 

Drake Leonora H (wid Moses), bds 93 W Wayne. 

Drake Thomas F, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 298 Hanna. 

Draker Frank A, teamster Moderwell & Clayton, res 48 3d. 

Draker John (Draker & Co), res 44 Pearl. 

Draker & Co (Jolin Draker, John W McMahan), saloon 19 W 
Columbia. 

Dratt John A, stavecutter, res 38 W Main. 

Drebert Frank, carp Pressler & Wagner, res 91 W De Wald. 

Drebert Herman J, carpenter F H Boester, bds 164 Griffith. 

Dreesel Henry, carpenter, res 59 Melita. 

Dreibelbiss Conrad, blacksmith, res 35 Walnut. 

Dreibelbiss Edward, clerk J D Gumpper, bds 38 Walnut. 

Dreibelbiss John P, gardener, res Ridge road 2 miles s w of 
city limits. 

Dreibelbiss John jr, foreman J D Gumpper, res 61 Bracken- 
ridge. 

Dreier Conrad, shoemaker Charles Stellhorn, res 51 Wilt. 

Dreier Wm H (Dreier & Bro), res 22 W Superior. 

Dreier &. Bro (Wm H Dreier), Druggists n w cor Cal- 
houn and Columbia. 

Dreker Elizabeth (wid Henry), res 66 W Washington. 

Drellinger Wm, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Pennsyl- 
vania House. 

Dressel Henry, carp P, F W & C Ry car shop, res 58 Melita. 

Drew Stephen A, saloon 319 W Main, res 316 same. 

Drew Wm E, carpenter, res 291 W Main. 

Drewett Georg-e J, foreman Horton Mnfg Co, res s s Run- 
uion ave nr How^ell. , 

Dreyer Charles, blacksmith, res 118 Hanna. 

Dreyer Rev Frederick, pastor Evangelical Lutheran Zion's 
Congregation<al Church,res s e cor Hanna and Creighton. 

Dreyer Henry, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 36 Charles. 

Dreyer Wm, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 118 Hanna. 

Driesbach Frauk K, Meat Market lOO Ban-, bds 108 
same. 

Driftmeyer August, watchman, res 190 W Main. 

Driftmeyer Ernest, carbuilder, res 154 Madison. 

Driftmeyer Wm H,machine operator F W Electric Light Co, 
res 196 Ewing. 

Driscoll Miss Belle, bds 36 Lillie. 

Driscoll Bridget (wid Edward), res 19 Baker. 

Driscoll Mrs Frank, res 200 Hanna. 

Drisert Herrman, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 43 Boone. 

Driver Albert, conductor, bds 82 Baker. 



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Driver Albert, brakeman, bds 39 W Washington. 

Driver Alansoii, brakeman, bds 31 W Columbia. 

Driver George R, wood, res n s Spring 2 w of Franklin ave. 

Droegemeyer Charles F, clerk J F Bennett, bds 55 W Lewis. 

Droegemeyer John A (L Schirmeyer & Co), res 55 W Lewis. 

Droegemeyer John F W, painter, bds 55 W Lewis. 

Droste Deidrich, plasterer, res 100 W Jefferson. 

Druhot Frank C, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 28 Force. 

Druhot John F, molder Bass F & M Works.bds s e cor Hough 

and Monroe. 
Druhot Joseph C, molder Bass F & M Works, res 28 Force. 
Druhot Joseph N, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 28 Force. 
Dryer Charles R, Physician and Analytical Chemist, 

Office Central Grammar School, res s s Maple ave 1 w of 

Broadway. 
Dubois Alvira (wid John), bds 22 E Wayne. 
Duck Frank J, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds 53 N Cass. 
Duck Wm, laborer, bds 53 Cass. 
Dudderar John P, wheel rimmer N G Olds & Sons, res 115 

Gay. 
Dudenhafer Philip, res 123 Maumee road. 
Dlldenlioefer Conrad,Grocer 401 E Wayne,res same. 

Dndenhoef*er, Daniels & Bticker (George P 

Dudenhoefer, Samuel S Daniels, Henry E Bucker), City 
Carriage Works, 11 and 13 Clay. 

Dudenhoefer George P (Dudenhoefer, Daniels & Bucker), res 
336 E Wayne. 

Dudenhoefer Matilda, domestic Montgomery Hamilton. 

Dudley Lillie, binder Ft Wayne Sentinel, bds 36 Wells. 

Dudley Simeon, bds 92 W Superior. 

Duemling Herman, teacher Concordia College, res 441 E 
Washington. , 

Duers Marshall A, machinist, res 66 Melita. 

Duetschmeyer Frank, helper, bds 64 Melita. 

Duffy Eliza (wid Thomas), res 98 Barthold. 

Duffy James, wrapper Root & Co, bds 410 E Wayne. 

Duffy Thomas H, artist, bds 98 Barthold. 

Duffy Wm P, printer Ft Wayne Gazette, bds 98 Barthold. 

Dugan Miss Nettie, dressmaker, bds Wm H James. 

Dukeman Augustus, saloon 84 Calhoun, res same. 

Dukeman Samuel C, watchman Root &Co, res 146 Broadway. 

Dunbar Mary A (wid Wm), res 155 Wallace. 

Dunbar Wm, brewer, res 58 New Haven road, 1 w of Toll- 
gate. 

Dunham Eugene A, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, res rear 96 
Wells. 

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Dunham Frank W, foreman N G Olds & Sons, res s s E De- 
Wald nr Hanna. 

Dunkin Frank M, laborer, res 41 Wallace. 

Dunlop Andrew W, machine hand Rhinesmith 76 Simouson, 
res 165 Clinton. 

Dunlop Jason H, foreman, res 165 W Water. 

Dunn Robert W, mach Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, res 76 Melita. 

Dunn Wm, clerk Louis Wolf & Co, bds 16 W Lewis. 

Dunn Wm, machinist Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, res 6 Brandriff. 

Durbrow Charles, laborer, bds 42 Wells. 

Durbrow Lydia (wid J James), res 42 Wells. 

Durfee Julia A (wid Wm A), res s s Hayden 3 w of McCulloch. 

Durfee Wm R, clerk C W Buck, res 258 Calhoun. 

Durmann Ernest, boilermaker, bds 57 Wilt. 

Darnell Miss Addie, teacher, bds 27 Duyrea. 

Durnell Alfred S, tinner A D Brandriff & Co, res 96 Madison. 

Durnell Chester, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 182 E 
Jefferson. 

Durnell Herman A, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 159 Mont- 
gomery. 

Durnell Jane (wid George), res e s Oakland 1 s of Huffman. 

Durnell Louis, res 27 Duryea. 

Durnell Luke, gardener e s Spy Run ave n of Brewery. 

Durnell Marshall H, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 27 Duryea. 

Duryee George W, baggageman, res 3.33 Hanna. 

Duschner Adolph, teacher of languages 148 Calhoun, res 3 
McClellan. 

Duschner Pauline, milliner A Mergentheim, bds 3 McClellan. 

Dutrow John P, wheel rimmer, res 115 Gay. 

Duval Catherine (wid Nicholas), bds 175 E Wayne. 

Dwelly Charles W, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 20 Mc- 
Clelland. 

Dwenger Right Rev Joseph, bishop of Fort Wayne, res 
Cathedral Square, Clinton. 

Dwinell John E, brakeman P, F W »fe C Ry, bds n w cor 
Walton ave and P, F W & C Ry. 

Dwyer Anna, waiter The Robinson. 

Dwyer Margaret (wid Gerald), res n s W Main 2 s of G R & I 
R R. 

Dyer Thomas, engineer P, F W & C Ry, i-es 273 W Jefferson. 



Eaglsbuger Samuel, wiper,' res 1 Dawson. 

Eakin Margaret (wid J Stewart), res 237 W Wayne. 



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Earl Samuel, yard foreman Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 89| 
Force. 

Earl Wm, engineer, res s s Hayden 4 w of McCulloch. 

Earle Elizabeth (wid John), ros 90 Force. 

Earle Frank E, clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds 90 Force. 

Earle Joseph B, messenger P, P W & C Ry, bds 90 Force. 

Earll Frederick, res n s New Haven road .3 e of Wayne Trace 

Earll George, teamster, res 411 E Lewis. 

Early Michael, spoke driver N G Olds & Sons, res 11 Melita. 

Earner Henry, waiter Globe restaurant, rooms SI E Main. 

Eastlick Ross W, clerk A J Dittoe & Co, bds 103 Wilt. 

Eastman Wm W, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res .395 Lafay- 
ette. 

Eastwood Harry, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, rooms 39.5 La- 
fayette. 

Eastn^OOd Henry C, Manager The Singer Mnfg Co, 
res V5^ Calhoun. 

Eastwood John, clerk H W Fry, res 122 Broadway. 

Eaton Charles, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res' 1 1 Maumee. 

Eaton Lucian K, machinist, res 53 Madison. 

Ebener George, carpenter, res 253 E Jeiferson. 

Eberhart Charles, carpenter, bds 50 Butler. 

Eberhart Mrs Elizabeth, laundress Fort Wayne College. 

Eberly Daniel, miller, res 40 5th. 

Ebert Adam, laborer Hoffman Bros, bds 184 W Main. 

Eberwein Christian, machinist Bass F & M Works, res 66 
Walton ave. 

Eberwein George F, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 66 Wal- 
ton ave. 

Eberwein Wm, laborer, bds 224 W Main. 

Ebner Jacob, machine hand P, F W & C Ry, bds 145 E Lewis. 

Ebner Lorenz, laborer, res 145 E Lewis. 

Echel Charles, cook Globe restaurant, rooms same. 

Eckart Frederick, Meat Market and Pork Packer 60 
Calhoun, res 91 E Wayne. 

Eckart Frederick jr, butcher Fred Eckart, bds 91 E Wayne. 

Eckart Henry, clerk Fred Eckart, bds 91 E Wayne. 

Eckart Reinhart, clerk Fred Eckart, bds 91 E Wayne. 

Eckart Wm, clerk Mayer House, bds same. 

Eckart Wm W, finisher N G Olds & Sons, res 141 Madison. 

Eckelberry George, lab, res e s St Mary's ave 3 n of Aboit. 

Eckelberry Wm C, teamster J H Cody, res cor Spring and St 
Mary's ave. 

Eckels Harry C, ass't supt Central Union Telephone Co, bds 
Riverside n City ave limits. 

Eckels James M, carpenter F H Boester, res n s Riverside ave 



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Eckels Willis J, see Peters' Box and Lumber Co, res 171 High. 

Eckerle Albert, saloon 223 Calhoun, res same. 

Eckert David S, clerk J C Eckert, bds 19 Williams. 

Eckert Charles H, cigarmaker J C Eckert, res s w cor Butler 
and Hoagland ave. 

Eckert Gustav E, laborer, res e s Gay 3 s of Thomasetta. 

Eckert Jesse H, clerk C H Miller, bds 19 Williams. 

Eckert John C, cigar mnfr 85 Calhoun, res 19 Williams. 

Eckert Wm E, sorter J C Eckert, bds 19 Williams. 

Eckmeyer Charles L, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 33 Derry. 

Eder Andrew J, butcher J A Eysen, bds same. 

Edgar George B, telephone inspector, bds J M Eckels. 

Edg^ertOU Alfred P, President Board of School Trus- 
tees, res 154 W Berry. 

Edgertou Clement W, Agent for Columbia Bicycles 
and Tricycles 57 W Main, bds 87 W Wayne. 

Edgerton Dixon, lawyer, bds 154 W Berry. 

Ed^erton Edward C, with Fort Wayne Steel Plow 
Works, bds 87 W Wayne. 

Edgerton Helen, principal Hanna School, bds 103 W Berry. 

EdgertOIl UOU Joseph K, Proprieter Fort Wayne 
Steel Plow Works, Manufacturer of Agricultural Imple- 
ments and Attorney-at-Law 57 W Main, res 87 W 
Wayne. {See adv, p 49.) 

Edgerton Mary M (wid Isaac), res 163 E Jefferson. 

Edgerton Wm D, printer, bds 163 E Jefferson. 

Edler Frank, organist, res 93 Ewing. 

Edler Ida, clerk, bds 93 Ewing. 

Edleton Edward (col'd), hostler McKinnie House. 

Edmonds Alva D, printer F Wayne Sentinel, bds 21 N Cass. 

Edmonds Harry, messenger N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 201 W 
Main. 

Edmonds Wm, laborer S Bash & Co, res 21 N Cass. 

Edsall Clarence, bookkeeper Graf miller & Co, res s s Maumee 
road 2 e of Liilie. 

Edsall House, J H Stouderpropr, s e cor Clinton and Superior. 

Edsall Jasper N, switchman new yards P, F W & C Ry, res 
34 Chicago. 

Edsall Josei»ll W, Real Estate, Loans and Insurance 32 
E Main, res 79 W DeWald. 

Edsall Miss Mary, dressmaker, bds 173 W Jefferson. 

Edsall Samuel, helper Bass F & M Works, res 230 Lafayette. 

Edsall Simon, farmer, res s s Wayne Trace 1 mile of limits. 

Edwards Charles, porter Mayer House. 

Edwards Daniel, car inspector, res 229 W Creighton ave. 

Edwards George W, shoemaker, bds 187 Madison. 

19 

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Edwards Thomas, brakeman G R & I R R^ bde 31 Hough. 

Effert Rose, domestic 156 W Jefferson. 

EfBand George, painter, bds 41 Lavina. 

Eggeman Maggie, domestic O L Starkey. 

Eggemann Conrad, checker P, F W & C Ry, res s s Pontiac 
2 w of Lafayette. 

Eggemann David, shoemaker Peter Eggeman, bds 20 W Jef- 
ferson. 

Eggemann Peter, boot and shoemkr 118 Calhoun, res 20 W 
Jefferson. 

Eggers Frederick, carp P, F W & C Ry, res 139 Francis. 

Egitz Frank, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 72 Leith. 

Egler Hiram, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Nickel Plate 
Hotel. 

Ehiuger Adolph H, teamster, bds 12 Marion. 

Ehinger Charles, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 148 High. 

Ehinger George, tailor Andrew Foster, bds 10 Nirdlinger. 

Ehinger John, lab, res e s Edsall ave 1 n of New Haven road. 

Ehinger Joseph, helper C L Olds & Co, res 137 3d. 

Ehinger Mary (wid Michael), bds 137 3d, 

Ehinger Othmar, carp P, F W & C Ry, res 112 Clay. 

Ehinger Otto, teamster, bds 12 Marion. 

Ehinger Roman, tailor, res 10 Nirdlinger ave. 

Ehinger Urban, finisher N G Olds & Sons, bds 84 Charles. 

Ehle Aa§^ast ]V, Cigar Mnfr 178 Broadway, res 180 
same. 

Ehle Edward, bricklayer, res 306 W Washington. 

Ehle Frank, cigarmaker A N Ehle, bds 180 Broadway. 

Ehle Frederick E, truckman P, F W & C Ry, res 27 West. 

Ehrmann Miss Carrie, dressmaker, bds 10 Pritchard. 

Ehrmann Charles (Charles Ehrman & Co), res 339 W Jefferson. 

Ehrmann Charles F (Ehrmann & Geller), res 10 Pritchard. 

Ehrmann Charles & Co (Charles Ehrmann), Spring 
and Road Wagons 149 W Main. 

Ehrmann Coleman, saloon 64 E Main, res same. 

Ehrmann George, laborer, res n s Elm 2 e of Cherry. 

Ehrmann John' W M, carp P, F W & C Ry, res 262 E Jef- 
ferson. 

Ehrmann Lizzie, tailoress A F Schoch, bds 10 Pritchard. 

Ehrmann Matthias, res 343 W Jefferson. 

Ehrmann Michael, mach W, St L & P Ry, res 24 Pine. 

Ehrmann Michael, laborer, res 111 Wells. 

Ehrmann & Geller (Charles F Ehrmann, Charles Geller), bar- 
bers, 12 W Main. 

Eicher Gottlieb, laborer,res w s Franklin ave 1 n of Huffman. 

Eickhoff Barnard H, candymaker H H Barcus, res w end 4th. 



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The Merchant Tailor, keqps a 
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of Goods, at 162 Calhoun St. 



FORT WAYNE DIKECTORT. 



Eickhoff Francis, res w end 4th. 

Eicknieier Charles, cai-p, res s s Duryea 1 w of Fairfield ave. 

Eieks John, helper W, St L & P Ry, bds 15 Sturgis. 

Eider Frank, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 22 John. 

Eider Gustav, molder, bds 22 John. 

Eider Henry, molder Bass F & M Works, res 24 John. 

Eider Joseph, molder, bds 22 John. 

Eider Miss Katie, bds 22 John. 

Eider Peter, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 22 John. 

Eigenbrod John, hostler Citizens' Street Ry,bds 248 Calhoun. 

Eigenbrod' Wm, hostler Citizens' Street Ry,bds 248 Calhoun. 

Eiken Charles, switchman, res 156 Fairfield ave. 

Eikes Henry, boilermaker P, F W & C Ry, res 198 E Lewis. 

Eilert Charles, bds 178 Barr. 

Einsiedel Andrus, lab, res e s Broadway ^ mile s of Creighton. 

Eisenhart Minnie, waiter 31 W Columbia. 

Eisennacher Frederick, carp C G French, res 19V Taylor. 

Eising Miss Elizabeth, seamstress, bds 73 Force. 

Eising George, molder Bass F & M Works, bds w s Winter 

nr Pontiac. 
Eising John, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 73 Force. 
Eising Miss Maggie, seamstress, bds 73 Force. 
Eiter Joseph, molder Bass F & M Works, bds s e cor John 

and Wallace. 
Eix August, stavejointer Ranke, Yergens & Co, res 72 Pearl. 
Eix Frederick, stavejointer Ranke, Yergens & Co, bds 60 W 

Washington. 
Eix Frederick, blacksmith, res 197 Hanua. , 

Eix Sophie (wid August), res 60 W Washingtoq. 
Eix Wm, drayman, res n s Elm 3 e of Cherry. 
Eix Wm S, clerli George DeWald & Co, bds cor Elm and 

Spruce. 
Eldred Danford P, engineer P,F W & C Ry,res 143 Francis. 
Elion Charles J, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 319 Hanna. 
Elkerton Wm H, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 110 Calhoun. 
Ell Charles W, sawyer, bds 22 Hough. 
Ell Fredericka (wid Sebastian), res 22 Hough. 
Ell John A, laborer, bds 22 Hough. 
Ellbert Henry, nurseryman, res 153 Van Buren. 
Ellenwood Clifton A, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res 134 E 

Lewis. 
Ellenwood Cloyd, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 177 Hanna. 
Ellenwood Horace D, engineer, res 177 Hanna. 
Ellenwood O Rodney, engnr P, F W & C Ry, res 117 Hanna. 
Eller Henry, butcher G Haller, bds 366 Calhoun. 
Eilert Benoit, barber 1 Aveline House Blk, res 135 Lafayette. 



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Elliott Dell, laborer, bds 52 Charles. 

Elliott Enoch W (col'd), engineer Peters' Box and Lumber 

Co, bds 52 Barr. 
Elliott Fenimer, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 52 Charles. 
Elliott Louise, domestic, 204 W Berry. 
Elliott Margaret (wid George W), res 52 Charles. 
Elliott Orrin B, brakeman N Y,C & St L Ry, res 52 Charles. 
Elliott Samuel B, res 30 Williams. 
Ellis Edward S, cigarmaker, bds 126 Harrison. 
Ellis Joseph D (Nash & Ellis), bds 91 Madison. 
Ellison Henry, tailor, res 19 Clark. 

Ellison Miss Minnie C, wks French, Hanna & Co, bds 19 Clark. 
Ellison Thomas E, lawyer 19 Court, res 167 W Wayne. 
Ellser John, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds Sallier House. 
Ely Ernest, contractor, res 36 Hood. 
Ely George W, bds 123 W Wayne. 

Emanuel Lutheran Church, s s Jefferson bet LTnion and Jackson. 
Embry Lewis S, carpenter, res 336 Broadway. 
Embry Lida F, teacher Washington School, bds 336 Broadway. 
Eme Claude F (Rohs & Eme),'res 1V5 E Wayne. 
Eme Joseph, clerk Meyer Bros & Co, bds 175 E Wayne. , 
Eraerich August, laborer, res 106 Francis. 
Emerick C W, fireman G R & I R R, bds Union House. 
Emerick Henry, laboi-er, res 183 Madison. 
Emerick Katrina (wid Philip), res 183 Madison. 
Emerson Almeron, teamster F Hake & Co, res 33 1st. 
Emery Mrs Emma, boarding house 262 Calhoun, res same. 
Emery John W, laborer, res 262 Calhoun. 
Emme Wm, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 141 Montgomery. 
Empie ElizabAh (wid Philip), bds 55 E Lewis. 
Empie Thomas B, dealer in gasoline 164 Broadway, res same. 
Empire Flouring' llills, John Orff Propr, W Main 

Street Bridge. (See adv, inside back cover.) 
Empire Knitting Works, Augustus Bowser propr, s w cor 

Julia and Holton ave. 
Empire Line, J G Fisher agent 26 Court. 
Ench Mathias, laborer, res 11 Caroline. 
Endres Mary, domestic 21 E Main. 
Engelking Augusta, domestic 72 W Wayne. 
Engelking C Henry, sawyer, bds 125 High. 
Engelking Frederick, coachman 72 W Wayne. 
Engelking Frederick W, tress hoopmkr H Stephan & Co, res 

s w cor Barthold and High. 
Engelking Henry D, porter A C Trentman, res 186 Jackson. 
Engelking Louisa (wid Henry), res 125 High. 
Engelking Minnie, domestic 200 W Berry. 



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Engelking Sophie, domestic L A Boud. 

Engelking Sophie, domestic 127 W Wayne. 

Engelking Wm, laborer, bds 125 High. 

Enger Nifs C, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 41 

Locust. 
Engle Alexander, huckster, res n s Hayden 6 w of McCulloch. 
Engle Mrs Ella, bds Frederick Beach. 
Engle George, carpenter, res 33 Duryea. 
Engle Wra, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 149 W 

DeWald. 
Engle Wm, engineer Bass F & M Works, bds 206 Hanna. 
Englert George, cooper, res 66 Murray. 
Englert Lena, starcher, bds 49 Taylor. 
Englert Louisa (wid George), res 49 Taylor. 
Englert Louise, seamstress, bds 49 Taylor. 
Englert Sophia, laundress, bds 49 Taylor. 
Englert Wm, helper, bds 49 Taylor. 
Englet Theresa, domestic 139 E Jefferson. 
English Lutheran Church, s e cor E Wayne and Clinton. 
English Margaret J, domestic 47 Douglass ave. 
English Thomas, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 129 Force. 
English Wm, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 132 Force. 
Enneking Wm F, clerk L Schirraeyer & Co, bds 20 W Lewis. 
Ennis Kate, dressmaker Mrs G J Stier, bds 32 Clinton. 
Enright Miss Mary, bds 102 Webster. 
Ensza Morris, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res e s Lafayette. 
Ellteinann Christian, Wines, Liquors and Cigars 13 

E Main, res 149 W Berry. 
Enz Jacob F, laborer, res 231 Lafayette. 

Epple Gottlieb, grocer and saloon 184 Fairfield ave, res same. 
Epple John, coachman 251 W Main. 
Epple Rosa (wid John), res 37 Wilt. 
Eppstein Babette (wid Maier), bds 54 W Berry. 
Epquignot Joseph, butcher F K Driesbach, bds 108 Barr. 
Erb Caroline, domestic 78 E Washington. 
Erhardt Leonard, butcher Fred Eokhart. 
Erickson Miss Florence, student Westminster Home School, 

bds 251 W Main. 
Erickson John, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 43 

Miner. 
Erickson Nils, bellowsmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 43 

Miner. 
Ericson James E, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res 68 Charles. 
Erie & Pacific Despatch, office 4 Aveline House Block. 
Ermatinger Alexander, laborer, bds Nave House. 
Ermit Katie, domestic 139 Broadway. 



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Ermscher Julius Max, helper Olds' Wagou Works, res 38 

Summit. 
Ernst Anton, laborer, res 141 Patterson. 
Ernst Peter, coremkr Bass F & M Works, res 29 St Martins. 
Ernsting Charles, lab Peters' Box Lumber Co, res 16 Clark. 
Ernsting Charles H, spoke turner N G Olds & Sons, bds 16 

Clark. 
Ernsting Sophia, machine hand French. Hanna & Co, bds 16 

Clark. 
Ersig Mrs Carrie, bds 37 Grand. 

Ersig Miss Emma, dressmaker Mrs MA Noll, bds 129 Monroe. 
Ersig Frank, molder, res 35 Grand. 
Ersig Wm, laborer, res 129 Monroe. 

Ersig Wm A, blacksmith H Freistroffer, res 225 W Jefferson. 
Ertel Bernhardt, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 133 Lafayette. 
Ertel Elizabeth (wid George), res w s Thomas 4 s of Horace. 
Ertel Elizabeth C, seamstress, bds w s Thomas 4 s of Horace. 
Ertel Frederick, polisher Boseker, White & Co, res Gravel 

road. 
Ertel George, molder Bass F & M Works, res e s Wells 5 n 

of the feeder. 
Ertel Henry C, switchman P, F W & R W, bds w s Thomas 

4 s of Horace. 
Ertel Louis, mach hand Boseker, White & Co, res 92 Summit. 
Ertman Frederick, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res old Piqua 

road e of limits. 
Ervin, see also Irvivg. 
Ervin Jeremiah, plasterer, bds 231 Barr. 
Ervin John, restaurant 12 Harrison, res same. 
Esmond George, miller, reg 306 Calhoun. 
Essig Adam P, mail messenger, res 39 E Superior. 
Essig Charles O, clerk Adams Exp Co, bds 39 E Superior. 
Estry Albert G, conductor, res 432 Broadway. 
Estry Ellwood T, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res s s Greene 

2 e of Thomas. 
Etcher Sarah, domestic S7 W Wayne. 
Etchey Frank, res Huntington road 3 miles n of limits. 
Etchey Michael, clerk T J Nolton & Co, bds Frank Etchey. 
Etchey Wm, painter L B Johns, bds Frank Etchey. 
Etzell Frank, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 213 W Jeffea-son. 
Etzell Justine, domestic 128 E Main. 
Etzeller Lena, domestic 271 W Jefferson. 
Etzinger John, brakeman P, F W «& C Ry, rms Driscoll's Hall. 
Etzold Albert J, clerk, bds 46 Douglass ave. 
Etzold Clara A, tailoress C B Schoenlein, bds 110 Webster. 
Etzold Julius, clerk, bds 110 Webster. 

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Etzold J Henry, shoemaker 110 Webster, res same. 
Etzold Louis A (A C Katt & Co), bds 110 Webster. 
Etzold Wm, machinist, res 46 Douglass ave. 
Etzold Wm C, plumber G R Bowen, bds 110 Webster. 
Evangelical Lutheran Zion's Congregational Church, s w cor 

Creighton ave and Force. 
Evans Amos S, president Hoosier Mnfg Co, res San Jose, Cal. 
Evans Anthony J, machinist, res 133 E Jefferson. 
Evans Austin M, engineer P, F W «& C Ry, res 29 Melita. 
Evans Barbara B (wid John K), bds 134 W Berry. 
Evans Bennett B, res 132 W Main. 
Evans Edwin, office 36 E Berry, res 174 W Wayne. 
Evans Edwin G, bookkeeper Carnahan, Hanna & Co, bds 174 

W Wayne. 
Evans George P, secretary Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 126 E Main. 
Evans Gordon M, clerk L S & M S Ry, res 305 Harrison. 
Evans Harry L, lumber inspector Hoffman Bros, bds 200 W 

Berry. 
Evans Ira P, bkkpr Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 185 Ewing. 
Evans Irving D, draftsman George Trenam, bds 305 Harrison. 
Evans Jackson M, head waiter Aveline House. 
Evans John, laborer A Hattersley & Son, res 90 E Main. 
Evans John M, clerk auditor's office F W, C & L R R, res 

305 Harrison. 
Evans John P, treas Hoosier Mnfg Co, res 126 E Main. 
Evans Joseph A, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res n e cor 

Lafayette and Jefferson. 
Evans Joseph A, jr, clerk H J Ash, bds 126 Harrison. 
Evans Josiah, cutter, res 305 Harrison. 
Evans Josiah jr, clerk Rhinesmith & Simonson, bds 305 

Harrison. 
Evans Margaretta S (wid J F R), bds 58 W Berry. 
Evans Oliver F, traveling agent Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 126 

E Main. 
Evans Riley B, brakeman G R & I R R, res 75 Charles. 
Evans Rufus A, clerk L S & M S Ry, res 100 W Superior. 
Evans Sylvester A, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds 29 Melita. 
Evarts Gilbert C, checkman L S & M S Ry, res 106 Wells. 
Evarts Nancy (wid Gilbert), res 104 Wells. 
Evarts Wm, watchman, bds 104 Wells. 
Everhard Elizabeth (wid Henry), bds 46 Lavina. 
Evers John, brickmason, i-es 323 Hanna. 
Eversole Laura, domestic 73 Holman. 
Evry Hannah E, teacher Central Grammar School, bds 106 E 

Washington. 
Ewing Aaron, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 275 Hanna. 



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Ewing Mary C (wid George), res 113 W Main. 

Eysen JoIlU A, Meat Market 283 Hanna, res 281 same. 



Faber John, photographer, rooms 39 W Washington. 

Fahey Michael, laborer, res 166 Maumee road. 

Fahl Mary, domestic 25 Holman. 

Fahling Frederick C, wiper N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 22 N Cass. 

Fabling Miss Mary, wks French, Hanna & Co, bds 20 N Cass. 

Fahlsing C F Wm, bailifE, res 186 W Washington. 

Fahlsing Frederick, laborer, res 72 Brackenridge. 

Fair Joseph C, bartender J B Kelley, rooms 72 E Columbia. 

Fairbank Clark, general agent Penn Mutual Life Insurance 
Co 19 Court, res 192 E Wayne. 

Fairchilds Eliza, cook Harmon House. 

Falahee Miss Mary, dressmaker, bds 57 Prince. 

Falahee Pati'ick, helper, res 57 Prince. 

Falconer John, blacksmith Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, res 71 
Williams. 

Falconer Richard, mach W, St L & P Ry, bds 71 Williams. 

Falconer Wm D, mach W, St L & P Ry, bds 71 Williams. 

Falk Charles, tra v agent Falk & Lamley, bds 80 W Washington 

Falk Henry, telegraph operator, bds 126 Harrison. 

Falk Leopold (Falk & Lamley), res 80 W Washington. 

Falk & L<aniley (Leopold Falk, Moses Lamley), Whole- 
sale Wines and Liquors, 24 E Columbia. 

Falker Frank, city marshal, office City Hall, res 52 W Wash- 
ington. 

Falley Wm W, fireman N Y, C «fe St L Ry, bds 361 W Main. 

Fallon Peter J, boilermaker W, St L & P Ry, res 32 Brack- 
enridge. 

Fallot W, fireman G R & I R R, res 148 E Lewis. 

Falls Charles, laborer, res e s Franklin ave 2 s of Aboit. 

Falls Charles M, traveling agent, res 185 W Wayne. 

Falls Daniel M, tallow, res 163 W Wayne. 

Falon Mary (wid John), res 136 Monroe. 

Falvy Daniel, helper, res 30 Bass. 

Falvy Timothy, laborer, bds 30 Bass. 

Farber Christina, domestic 149 W Washington. 

Farber John F, bds 197 Hanna. 

Farris Warren, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry. 

Fark Edward, laborer Bass F & M Works, bds 147 E Lewis. 

Farnan Anthony, baggageman, bds 305 Lafayette. 

Faruan James M, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, rooms 33 Barr. 

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Farnan Owen, blacksmith n e cor Lafayette and Virginia, res 
305 Lafayette. 

Farnan Owen jr, helper Bass F & M Works, res 15 Caroline. 

Farnan Owen T, conductor P, F W & C Ry, bds 305 La- 
fayette. 

Farnan T J, switchman P, F W & C Ry. 

Farrell Edward, teamster, res s s Pontiac 5 e of Calhoun. 

Fan-ell John C, laborer, bds s s Pontiac 5 e of Calhoun. 

Farrington Anna, domestic 262 Calhoun. 

Faut Charles P, tax ferrit, bds The Robinson. 

Faust Adam, barber John Lauer, res 34 Wall. 

Favery Katie, dressmaker, bds 92 Madison. 

Fay Michael, heater Bass F & M Works, res 166 Maumee ave. 

Fay Stephen V, setter Kilian Baker, bds 43 E Main. 

Feaser Amos, hostler J F Fletcher, res Riverside ave. 

Feaser Elizabeth (wid Wm), res 54 Barr. 

Fee Frank F, lumber, bds 103 Wilt. 

Fee Phoebe, domestic 324 Lafayette. •• 

Fee Thomas W, painter, res 57 N Cass. 

Fehling August, pkr J B Manning & Co, bds 149 E Jefferson. 

Fehling Frederick, teamster Wm Moellering & Son, bds 120 
Montgomery. 

Fehrenbach Sophia, domestic 28 E Columbia. 

Feist Louis, tailor, res 10 Oak. 

Felger Rosa, domestic 132 E Main. 

Felger Rosina (wid Jacob), bds 107 Fairfield ave. 

Felker Delia, domestic 52 W Main. 

Felker Elizabeth (wid Peter), res 173 W Jefferson. 

Felker Miss Mary, bds 55 Barr. 

Fellows Mrs Jennie E, dressmaker 315 W Main, bds same. 

Felner Frank, laborer, res 33 Lasselle. 

Fels Wm J, cook Nickel Plate Hotel. 

Felt Warren B, farmer, res 92 W Superior. 

Felts Charles E, painter, res 28 Erie. 

Felts Delmer, wheelwright Boseker, White & Co, res 146 E 
Jefferson. 

Ferber Henry, carpenter, res 100 Madison. 

Ferckel Martin, saloon 31 Clinton, res same. 

Ferdinand August, tailor, res 46 2d. 

Ferguson Miss Annie, dressmaker, bds 253 W Wayne. 

Ferguson Frank, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 132 Madison. 

Ferguson George E, mach hand Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 132 
W Creighton ave. 

Ferguson Oliver, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 27 Brandriff. 

Ferguson Win T, Physician and Surgeon 179 Clinton, 



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Ferke August, carpenter, bds 231 Barr. 
Ferkel Adam, molder, res 69 Holman. 
Fernon Owen, hammerman, res 15 Caroline. 
Ferris Ezekiel M, res 106 W Superior. 
Ferris Frank C, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res 27 Smith. 
Ferry Caroline P (wid Lucian), rooms 119 W Washington. 
Ferry Frank J, engineer G R & I R R, res 148 E Lewis. 
Fertig Adam, baker bond bakery, rooms 58 E Wayne. 
Fetter Martin, saw filer N G Olds & Sons, bds 313 E Wash- 
ington. 
Fetter Mary (wid John), res 313 E Washington. 
Fetter Wm, mach hand Boseker, White & Co, bds 313 E 

Washington. 
Feustel August, stovemounter, res s s Elizabeth 1 w of Spy 

Run ave. 
Fey Conrad, mason, bds 55 W Wayne. 
Fick Henry, servant 133 E Berry. 

Fickel George W, clerk P, F W & C Ry, res 20 W Berry. 
Fielding Frederick, blacksmith Olds' Wagon Works, bds 231 

Barr. 
Fields James S, shipping clerk Huestis & Hamilton, res 180 

Griffith. 
Figel Charles, carpenter, res 9 N Calhoun. 
Figel Charles (Figel & Son), res 54 Wells. 
Figel Edward, laborer, res 129 Wells. 
Fi^el Frederick C, Grocer and Saloon 121 Wells, res 

same. ^ 

Figel Henry, hostler CL Centlivre, bds Thomas Hunt. 
Figel John (Figel & Son), bds 54 Wells. 
Figel Robert, clerk F C Figel, bds 121 Wells. 
Figel Wm, engineer, bds 54 Wells. 
Figel Wm, dairy w s Spy Run ave n of brewery. 
Figel & Son (Charles and John), grocers and saloon 54 Wells. 
Fike Cyrus, collector Pavens & Barnett, res 335 W Jeflierson. 
Filley Robert M, roofer, res 232 E Jefferson. 
Finch Alvin E, brakeman, bds 30 Baker. 
Fink Ambres E, barber 24 Barr, bds 16 Madison. 
Fink Charles, Undertaker 37 Maiden Lane, res 55 W 

Main. {See adv, p 97.) 
Fink Frank H, molder Bass F & M Works, res 176 E Jefferson. 
Fink Frederick, laborer, res 208 Broadway. 
Fink George, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds Sallier 

House. 
Fink John, bds 16 Madison. 
Fink Miss Josephine, bds 55 W Main. 
Fink Mary (wid Edward), bds 234 E Wayne. 



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Pinke August, machinist Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, res s s Broad- 
way beyond limits. 
Finn Miss £IIen, Furnished Rooms 39 W Washington, 

res same. 
Finn Frank, bartender Isaac Wilcox, bds 39 W Washington. 
Finn Miss Mary, res 39 W Washington. 
Finney James, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res 19 Baker. 
Finney Michael, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res 28 Chicago. 
Finney Michael A, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 18 Melita. 
Finney Patrick J,mach hand N G Olds & Sons,bds 18 Melita. 
Firks Frederick, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 367 W Main. 
First Baptist Church n s W Jefferson nr Webster. 
First National Bank, O A Simons Pres, Lem R 

Hartman Cash, cor Main and Court. 
First United Brethren Church, s e cor E Lewis and Harmer. 
Fischer Anton, butcher G Haller, bds 366 Calhoun. 
Fischer Charles, laborer, bds Washington House. 
Fischer Christian, boilermaker, res 274 E Lewis. 
•Fischer Henry E, business manager Indiana Staats Zeitung, 

rooms 36 Columbia. 
Fischer Isaac, res 133 W Washington. 

Fischer Jacob, tinsmith, res n s Spring 2 w of Franklin ave. 
Fischer John, laborer Jacoby & Wiegand, bds 8 Grand. 
Fischer Lizzie, domestic 231 Barr. 
Fischer Mary, domestic Henry Wagner. 
Fischer Michael, carpenter, res 85 E Berry. 
Fischer Otto H, brickmaker, res 341 Hanna. 
Fiser Charles M (Fiser & Nieschang), bds 320 Calhoun. 
Fiser & Nieschang(Charles M Fiser, Charles C F Nieschang), 

physicians 286 Calhoun. 
Fisher Abel,lumber inspr P, F W & C Ry,res 317 S Harrison. 
Fisher Annie, seamstress, res 226 E Washington. 
Fisher Anthony, wheel rimmer Boseker, White & Co, bds 

Baker House. 
Fisher Benjamin F, trav agt A C Trentman, res Van Wert, O. 
Fisher Benjamin G, plumber A Hattersley & Son, bds 162 

Griffith. 
Fisher Bros (Max B and Samuel S), trunks and paper, 28 E 

Berry. 
Fisher David B, artist, res 119 W Washington. 
Fisher David C, Real Estate, Insurance and Loans 32 

E Berry, res 24 W Wayne. 
Fisher Miss Ellen C, vestmaker, bds 162 Griffith. 
Fisher Frederick, mach Ft W Organ Co, res 126 Hoagland av. 
Fisher George, carpenter, res 162 Griffith. 
Fisher George H, bill poster John A Scott, bds 162 Griffith. 



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Fisher George W, calciminer, res 250 E Washington. 
Fisher Gideon A, cabinetmkr P, F W & C Ry, res 12 Orchard. 
Fisher Hattie, domestic county jail. 
Fisher Jonathan H, machinist, res 151 Holman. 
Fisher Joseph G, agt Empire line 26 Court, res 121 W Wash- 
ington. 
Fisher Miss Mary, seamsti-ess, res 226 E Washington. 
Fisher Max B (Fisher Bros), bds 138 W Washington. 
Fisher Otto H, brickmaker J A Koehler, res 341 Hanna. 
Fisher Mrs Regina, vestmaker, res 226 E Washington. 
Fisher Robertson J, treas Bass F & M Works, res 151 W Berry. 
Fisher Samuel S (Fisher Bros), bds 133 W Washington. 
Fisher Wm C, mach Bass F & M Works, bds 155 Wallace. . 
Fisk Wm W, elk J M Miller, res s s De Wald 3 w of Oakley. 
Fissel Philip, teamster J M Miller, res 61 Archer ave. 
Fitch Charles B, trav agt Ft Wayne Jenney Electric Light 

Co, res 107 Lafayette. 
Fitch Gibbon, jockey, res 72 Nelson. 
Fitch Herbert O, conductor IS Y, C & St L Ry, res e s Wells 

nr canal feeder. 
Fitch Nathaniel H.truckman P,F W & C Ry,res 103 Lafayette. 
Fitch Otis B (O B Fitch & Co), res w s Hoagland ave 1 s of 

Creighton ave. 
Fitch O B & Co (Otis B Fitch), hats and caps 34 Calhoun. 
Fitzgerald Annie, domestic 96 W Wayne. 
Fitzgerald Francis, saloon 28 Clinton, res same. 
Fitzgerald James, conductor P, F W & C Ry, rooms Dris- 

coll Hall. 
Fitzgerald John H, mach Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, res 45 Butler. 
Fitzgibbons Margaret (wid Michael), bds 92 Baker. 
Fitzpatrick Bartlett, laborer, res 26 Fairfield ave. 
Fitzpatrick Bernard, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 86 E 

Lewis. 
Fitzpatrick Frank, machinist, res 34 Baker. 
Fitzpatrick James, laborer, bds s w cor Thomas and Grant. 
Fitzpatrick John, watchman, res 46 Bass. 

Fitzpatrick Miss Maggie (N & M Fitzpatrick), res 45 Baker. 
Fitzpatrick Miss Margaret, clerk, bds 46 Bass. , 

Fitzpatrick Mrs Mary, boarding, 42 W Main. 
Fitzpatrick Michael, laborer, res 42 W Main. 
Fitzpatrick Miss Nellie (N & M Fitzpatrick), res 45 Baker. 
Fitzpatrick Misses N & M (Nellie and Maggie), dressmakers 

45 Baker, res same. 
Fitzmorris Wm, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 415 Lafayette. 
Flagele S, fireman P, F W & C Rv, res 52 Baker. 
Flagle John E, engineer F VV, C & L R R, res 124 Wells. 



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Flagler Samuel, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 52 Baker. 

Flagler Shepard, fireman, res 52 Baker. 

Flaig Engelbert, laborer Bass F & M Works, res w s Smith 1 

s of Thomasetta. 
Fleddermau Mary E (wid John G), res 185 E Jefferson. 
Fleger George, laborer Rbinesmith & Simonson, rooms 120 

S Broadway. 
Fleischman Eva T (wid Henry), res 30 Huffman. 
Fleischman John, sawyer, bds 30 Huffman. 
Fleischman Lizzie, laundress Troy's, bds 30 Huffman. 
Fleischmann Bernai-d, laborer, res 51 Archer ave. 
Fleischmann Casper F, helper Bass F & M Works, res 59 

Archer ave. 
Fleming Charles B, brakeman, res 21 Grand. 
Fleming' House, T H Kennedy Propr, 22 and 24 W 

Berry. 
Fleming Rev James W, res 61 N Cass. 
Fleming John, fireman P, P W tfc C Ry, res 38 Baker. 
Fleming' manufacturing Co, Proprietors and 

Manufacturers of the Jonathan Fleming Patent Road 

Leveler and Grading Machines 78 High. {See adv opjj.) 
Fleming Mary (wid John), res 36 W Wayne. 
Fleming Oliver E (Hartman & Fleming), res 158 W Berry. 
Fleming Robert H, traveling passenger agt C, M & St P Ry, 

office 4 Aveline House Block, res Chicago, 111. 
Fleming Sophie H (wid Robert E), res 158 W Berry. 
Fleming Thomas H, saw filer Hoffman Bros, res 350 

W Main. 
Fleming Hon Wm, office V Court, res 261 W Berry. 
Fleming' Wm H, Boots and Shoes 52 Calhoun, res 158 

W Berry. {See adv, front cover.) 
Fletcher Josiah F', Livery 32 Barr, res 65 E Main. 

(See adv, p 9S.) 
Fletcher Mrs Margaret, dressmaker 65 E Main, res same. 
Fletcher Stephen G,driver Adams Express Co, res 229 E Wash- 
ington. 
Fletter Henry E, car inspector, res 101 Taylor. 
Fletter Margaret A (wid Samuel C), laundry 32 Chicago, res 

same. 
Flick Miss Belle, bds 320 W Washington. 
Flick George W, carpenter, res 320 W Washington. 
Flieger Caroline (wid George), res 76 Barr. 
Flieger Mrs Carrie, bds 76 Barr. 
Flieger George, clerk, bds 76 Barr. 

Fliegner Ferdinand, upholsterer, bds 42 E Washington. 
Fliegner Ferdinand H T, upholsterer, res 172 E Berry. 

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Flinn Louisa (wid George), res 28 E Wayne. 

Flinn Theodore, laborer, bds 28 E Wayne. 

Flochmanii Annie (wid Frederick), bds 152 Ewing. 

Flock Daniel J, coppersmith P, F W & C Ry, res 150 Holman. 

Flood Ella, domestic 86 Lewis. 

Flood Michael, laborer, res 122 Chicago. 

Flowers Jacob, teamster, res s s Summit 3 w of Ohio. 

Flynn James, laborer, bds 6 Kansas. 

Foellinger Adolph, shipping clerk Meyer Bros & Co, res 145 

Broadway. 
Foellinger Dora (wid Charles), res 74 Baker. 
Foellinger Edward C, shipping clerk Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 

152 W Wayne. 
Foellinger Jacob, farmer, res e s Fairfield ave 2 n of organ 

factory. 
Foellinger John M, traveling agent, res 152 W Wayne. 
Foellinger Martin C, bellowsmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 

w s Fairfield ave opp organ factory. 
Fogarty Martin J, machinist W, S L & P Ry, res 9 Duryea. 
Fogerty Edward, Horseshoer and Veterinary Surgeon 

16 Harrison, res same. 
Fogg Charles W, clerk P, F W <& C Ry, rooms 224 Calhoun. 
Fogg Harry, clerk Thorward & Dendel, bds 14 Chicago. 
Foley Jeremiah, finisher Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 1 Walnut. 
Foley Jeremiah, laborer, res 68 Butler. 
Foley John W, carpenter, res 119 Lafayette. 
Foley Kate, waiter Aveline House. 

Foley Thomas J, despatcher P, F W & C Ry, bds 238 Cal- 
houn. 
Foley Timothy, helper W, St L & P Ry, bds 84 Baker. 
Follett Walter, fireman, rooms 148 E Lewis. 
Foncaiinon Oliver, Lumber Buyer N G Olds & Sons, 

res 10 Erie. 
Foote Ophelia C (wid Daniel T), music teacher 103 Lafayette, 

res same. 
Foote Wm A, cigar mnfr 92 Calhoun, res 16 Brackenridge. 
Forback Margaret (wid George), bds 393 E Wayne. 
Forbes Annie, domestic 41 E Main. 
Forbing Miss Ella J, res 385 Hanna. 
Forbing John (Bittinger & Forbing), res 385 Hanna. 
Ford Andrew J, boilermaker, res 309 Hanna. 
Ford Wm O, salesman The Singer Mnfg Co, res 6 Oak. 
Fording Miss Emma, bds 29 Hough. 
Fording Emma J, domestic 206 Hanna. 
Fording Isaac, res 29 Hough. 
Fording John, conductor, bds 29 Hough. 

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Fording Peter, conductor, res 70 Melita. 

Fordney George M, molder Bass F & M Works, res 198 La- 
fayette. 

Fordyce John, brakeman, bds 257 Calhoun. 

Forney Michael, molder, res 198 Lafayette. 

Forrest Harry, laborer, res 55 Webster. 

Forrest James, shoemaker 88|- Barr, res same. 

Forrey Isaac, traveling agent J M Yohey, bds 307 W Main. 

Forshey Frederick, shoemaker Thomas Mannix, res e s Thomp- 
son ave 1 s of Wabash Ry. ^ 

Forster Catherine (wid Henry), res 64 Maumee road. 

Fortriede liOUis, Boots and Shoes 21 Calhoun, res 99 
W Superior. (See back cover.) 

Fort Wayne Ale House, Glutting & Christen proprs 34 E 
Columbia. 

Fort Wayne Bnsiness College, Charles T Lipes 

Propr 11, 13 and 15 E Main, opp Court House. {See 
adv, p 65.) 

Fort Wayne, Cincinnati & lionisville Rail- 
road, Passenger Depot and Offices cor 1st and N Harri 
son. {See adv, opp inside back cover.) 

Fort Wayne City Band, headquarters 7 E Main. 

Fort Wayne City Hospital, 166 Barr. 

Fort Wayne College, Rev Wilbur F Yocum D D, 
Pres, W end of. Wayne. 

Fort Wayne College of Medicine, C B Stemen dean of the 
faculty, G W McCaskey sec, s w cor Calhoun and High- 
land. 

Fort W^ayne Conservatory of 9Insic, C F W 

Meyer Principal, 22, 24 and 26 E Main. 

Fort Wayne Daily Oazette, Keil Bros Proprs, 

George W Lunt Business Mngr, 30 E Berry. {See adv, 
opp.) 

Fort W^ayne Daily and W^eekly News The, 

Page, Taylor & Co, Proprs, 1 9 E Main. {See adv, p 71.) 

Fort ^Vayne Daily Sentinel, E A K Hackett 

Publr, 107 Calhoun. {See adv, p 73.) 
Fort Wayne Dispatch, James Mitchel propr, 13 E Main. 
Fort Wayne Gas Light Co, James Cheney pi-es, treas and 

supt, A C Probasco sec, s e cor Superior and Barr. 

Fort W^ayne Jenney Electrie L.ight Co, O A 

Simons Pres, N G Olds Viee-Pres, R T McDonald Treas, 
P A Randall Sec, Office and Works on N Y,C & St L Ry 
w of Harrison. {See adv, front cover.) 
Fort Wayne Journal "The, M V B Spencer Propr, 
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Fort liVayne Medical and Surgical Institute 

and Eye and Ear Infirmary, B Gard, M D, Mngr and 
Direc, Office 143 Calhoun. {See adv,p 177.) 
Fort IVayne IVational Bank, S B Bond Pres, 

Pliny Hoagland Vice-Pres, J D Bond Cash, J C Wood- 
worth Asst Cash, s w cor Main and Clinton. 

Fort Wayne Official Railway Guide, W D G 

Bond, Publr, 43 and 44 Postoffice Building. (.See adv, 
p79.) 

Fort Wayne Or^an Co, S B Bond Pres, Charles E 
Bond Sec, J M Barrett Treas, Robert F Keith Siipt, Of- 
fice and Works e s Fairfield ave ^ mile s of City Limits. 
{See adv, p 51.) 

Fort Wayne Paint and Painting Co,OL Starkey & Co proprs, 
VO Calhoun. 

Fort Wayne Sentinel, E A K Hackett Propr, io7 

Calhoun. ( .See adv, p 73.) 

Fort W^ayne Steam Iron W^oriis, C L Olds & 

Co Proprs, on N Y, C & St L Ry bet Calhoun and Har- 
rison. {See adv, p S.) 
Fort Wayne Steel Plow Woriis, Office, Factory 

and Salesroom 57 to 65 W Main, Joseph K Edgerton 

Propr. {See adv, p 49.) 
Fort W^ayne Storage Co, Baals & Co Proprs, 59 

E Main. ' 
Fort Wavnc W^ater W^orltS,W E McDermut Clerk, 

68 Barr." 

Fort WT^ayne W^rouglit Iron Fence W^orks, A 

L Hassler Propr, 88 Broadway. {See adv, p 57.) 
Forthmiller Rosina (wid Jacob), bds 43 Taylor. 
Foss Nannie, domestic 85 Force. 
Fossler George, brakeman, bds 69 Melita. 
Fossler Louis, brakeman, bds 69 Melita. 
Foster Andrew, mer tailor 15 W Wayne, res 150 Griffith. 
Foster Charles, res ] 86 Montgomery. 
Foster Conrad, machine hand Boseker, White & Co, bds 93 

Hoffman. 
Foster David IV, Furniture and Carpets 11 Court, res 

96 E Berry. 
Foster Frederick W, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res cor 

Holmanand Calhoun. 
Foster Henry, spoke turner Boseker, White & Co, bds 93 

Hoffman. 
Foster Louis D, clerk, res rear n w cor Hugh and Hanna. 
Foster Samuel M, Dry Goods and Notions 13 Court, 

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Foster Wni T, blacksmith, res 143 W Berry. 

Foulke Jacob B, carpenter, res 24 Murray. 

Foulks John, foreman N Y, C «fe St L Ry, res 219 W Wash- 
ington. 

Fournier Frances J, seamstress, bds s s Purman 3 e of Warsaw. 

Fournier Frank, laborer Bass F & M Works, res s s Purman 
3 e of Warsaw. 

Fournier Frank, teamster Catherine Koehler, bds same. 

Fournier Mary E, seamstress, bds s s Purman, 3 e of Warsaw. 

Fowler Bertha, domestic 98 W Berry. 

Fowler George S, shirt mnfr and agent M D T Co 102 Cal- 
houn, res 49 E Lewis. 

Fowler Leonard L, machine hand, bds 395 Lafayette. 

Fowler Susan B, teacher of drawing and reading public 
schools, bds 103 W Berry. 

Fowles Agnes H, teacher Clay School, bds 15 Clay. 

Fowles John, cutter, res 15 Clay. 

Fox, see also Puchs. 

Fox Albert L, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, bds 415 Lafayette. 

Fox Andrew J, bookkeeper James Fox, bds 58 McClellan. 

Fox August (George Fox & Son), gardener, res s s Taylor w 
end of Walnut. 

Fox Ellsworth, mach Ft W Electric Light Co, bds 25 Summit. 

Fox Francis (wid Valentine), res n s Riverside ave near river. 

Fox Frank E, tinner H J Ash, bds 327 W Main. 

Fox George (George Fox & Son), res 25 E Main. 

Fox George & Son (George and August), confectionery and 
restaurant 25 E Main. 

Fox Gilbert L, driver U S Express Co, bds 176 Ewing. 

Fox Henry A (Fox & Son), res 354 W Main. 

Fox Jacob, laborer, res 11 Force. 

Fox James, wood and coal n s Railroad nr Calhoun, res 58 
McClellan. 

Fox Jehiel, conductor, res n w cor Oliver and Samuel. 

Fox John, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 21 Buchanan. 

Fox John R, mach Ft W Electric Light Co, res 25 Summit. 

Fox Joseph V, salesman A C Trentman, res 46 W Superior. 

Fox Lawrence M, teamster Jacob Klett, res 51 Stophlet. 

Fox Levi H, tel opr W, St L & P Ry, res 196 Calhoun. 

Fox liOnis, Manufacturer of Crackers and Confectionery 
100 Calhoun, res w end Walnut. 

Fox Miss Maggie M, bds 21 Buchanan. 

Fox Mary, domestic 63 W Main. 

Fox Miss Mary, bds 21 Buchanan. 

Fox Phoebe (wid Henry), res 9 E Wayne. 

Fox Robert, carpenter, bds 415 Lafayette. 

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Fox Wm W (Fox & Son), res 327 W Main. 

Fox & Son (Wm W and Henry A), grocers 325 W Main. 

Fraine Alexander, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 72 Lasselle. 

Fraine Prosper, plasterer, res 72 Lasselle. 

France, see also Franz. 

France Harry F, Lawyer and Justice of the Peace 13 
E Main, res 122 Creighton ave. 

France James E K, lawyer 21 Court, bds 122 W Creighton ave. 

France Joseph S, carpenter, res w s Hanna 3 n of Pontiac. 

France Rachel (wid Joseph), res 122 Creighton ave. 

France Wesley H, machinist, bds Commercial House. 

France Wirick, carpenter, bds w s Hanna 3 n of Pontiac. 

Francis Mary J, canvasser, bds 243 W Washington. 

Francisco Henrietta (wid John), bds 126 Ewing. 

Frane John, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 72 Lasselle. 

Frane Joseph, mortiser Boseker, White & Co, res s e cor Glas- 
gow ave and Maumee road. 

Frane Margaret (wid Xavier), res 371 Lafayette. 

Frane Miss Polly, bds 371 Lafayette. 

Frank Charles F, carpenter Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 124 
E Lewis. 

Frank Frederick, laborer, res n s Wierke 2 e of Lafayette. 

Frank George A, despatcher P, F W & CRy, res 313 W Main. 

Frank Henry, coachman 107 W Berry. 

Frank Joseph F, assistant J C Peltier, res 142 E Wayne. 

Frank John T, telegraph operator, bds 313 W Main. 

Frank Marx (M Frank & Co), res 38 W Wayne. 

Frank Mendel, grocer and meat market 208 Hanna, res 41 
Hough. 

Frank M Sc Co (Marx Frank, Joseph Lohman), Dry 
Goods and Notions 64 Calhoun. 

Frank Theodore, bkkpr M Frank & Co, bds 38 W Wayne. 

Frank Wm, painter, bds 142 E Wayne. 

Frank Wm J, painter, res 114 Lafayette. 

Franke August, fireman Ft W Water Works, res 95 E Wash- 
ington. 

Franke Charles, shoemaker L Fortriede, res 245 W Wash- 
ington. 

Franke Christian, carpenter, res 347 E Lewis. 

Franke Charles C, carpenter, res 410 E Washington. 

Franke Fred C, clerk F K SafEord & Co, bds 245 W Wash- 
ington. 

Franke Henry, carpenter, res 347 E Lewis. 

Franke Henry C, policeman, res 408 E Washington. 

Franke John H, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 366 Hanna. 

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Franks Minnie, domestic 220 W Washington. 

Franz, see also Prance. 

Franz Frederick B, machinist E B Kunkle, bds 320 Calhoun. 

Franz Mrs Mary, boarding 320 Calhoun. 

Frary Frank, machinist W, St L &PRy, res 152 Fairfield ave. 

Frary Henry A, shipping clerk N G Olds & Sons, res s e cor 

Buchanan and Warsaw. 
Frase Charles,commission, res s s HufFman 1 w of Franklin ave. 
Frase Hannibal W, laborer, bds Charles Frase. 
Fraser August, clerk, bds 264 Webster. 
Frauenfelder Jacob, sawyer Peters' Box and Lumber Co,re8 342 

W Main. 
Frazer Cfesar, laborer, res s s Riverside ave. 
Frazier Stephen, laborer, res 41 Wallace. 
Freeh Henry, res 107 Broadway. 

Freeh Henry, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 3 Superior. 
Frederichson Jason C, butcher F K Driesbach, bds 108 Barr. 
Frederick Christina (wid Jacob), res 415 Lafayette. 
Frederick George, engineer, res 159 Harrison. 
Frederick Miss Maggie C L, bds 415 Lafayette. 
Fredericks Isare, laborer, res n e cor Main and Coombs. 
Fredericks Wm R, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 415 Lafayette. 
Fredrichson Christopher, res 109 Wells. 
Fredzocher A, painter Olds' Wagon Works. 
Fredzocher Emil, painter Olds' Wagon Works. 
Free Methodist Church, s w cor Creighton and Holton aves. 
Freedman Minnie, domestic 218 Broadway. 
Freeman Catherine E, teacher Hanna School, bds Riverside, 

Spy Run ave. 
Freeman Henry R, teller First Nat Bank, bds Riverside, Spy 

Run ave. 
Freeman Mahlon D, bds 188 W Wayne. 
Freeman Mary, domestic 236 W Jefferson. 
Freeman Mary E, teacher Bloomingdale School, bds Riverside, 

Spy Run ave. 
Freeman Newton B, trav agent, res Riverside, Spy Run ave. 
Freeman Samuel C, bds 139 W Wayne. 
Freer Jane (wid John), res 167 E VVayne. 
Freer Laura A, clerk Edgar Kemp & Co, res 167 E Wayne. 
Freese August, clerk Kiel & Bicknese, bds 264 Webster. 
Freese Odelia P (wid Charles E), bds 121 W Main. 
Freiburger Bernard, laborer, res 316 Lafayette. 
Freiburger George W (G W Freiburger & Bro), res 5 Hood. 
Freiburger G W & Bro (George W and Joseph J), stoves 185 

Broadway. 
Freiburger Ignatz, foreman fruit house, res 51 W Lewis. 



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Freiburger Joseph J (G W Freiburger & Bro), bds 4p Nird- 
linger ave. 

Freiburgei- Leopold (S Freiburger & Bro), res 91 W Berry. 

Freiburger Simon (S Freiburger & Bro), res 97 W Berry. 

Freiburger S & Bro (Simon & Leopold), Leather and 
Findings 24 E Main. 

Freind Henry, driver Powers & Barnett, res 166 W Berry. 

Freistroffer Henry, Practical Horseshoer and Agent 
Lockie Horse Pad 41 W Main and Branch Shop on Rail- 
road, res 78 W Main. {/See adv, p 85.) 

Freistroffer Simon, blacksmith 116 W Main, res 11 Wall. 

Freitag August, laborer, res 19 Walnut. 

Fremion Joseph, brick manufacturer bet Hanna and Lafa- 
yette s of limits, res w s Hanna nr same. 

Fremion Joseph E, brickmaker Joseph Fremion, bds same. 

Fremion Philip, brickmaker Joseph Fremion, bds same. 

Frenieon Frank, bartender Frank Scheie, res 88 Montgomery. 

French Brewery n end Spy Run ave. {See adv, p 6.) 

French Brooks, foreman stop room Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 
w s Fairfield ave 1 s of the bridge. 

French Miss Catherine, dressmaker, bds 111 Force. 

French Charles G, carp and builder 87 E Wayne, res 90 same. 

French Edgar A, stopmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 117 W 
DeWald. 

French Francis H, XJ S A, bds 148 E Washington. 

French, Hanna & Co (R Morgan French, Oliver W 
Jefferds, and estate of Charles Hanna), Proprs Summit 
City Woolen Mills 96 E Superior. 

French Lillian D, teacher Hoagland School, bds 456 Calhoun. 

French Mary, bookkeeper D N Foster, bds 456 S Calhoun. 

French Nellie, dental assistant S B Brown, bds 456 Calhoun. 

French R Morgan (French, Hanna & Co), res 148 E Wash- 
ington. 

French Samuel C, blksmith P, F W & C Ry, res 456 Calhoun. 

French Sarah M (wid Jonathan), bds 143 W Berry. 

Frenking Anthony, clerk, bds 134 Madison. 

Frenking Miss Elizabeth, works French, Hanna & Co, bds 
134 "Madison. 

Frenking Margarita (wid Barney), res 134 Madison. 

Frentzel John A N, insurance agt, res 51 Melita. 

Frentzel Rudolph G W, trav ag"t, bds 51 Melita. 

Frey Charles, porter Aveline House. 

Frey Wm A, finisher Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 120 W 
Creighton ave. 

Frichtnicht Tienie, seamstress, bds 288 W Main. 

Fricke Anton, mason, res 132 Chicago. 

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Fricke Wm, carp Kendrick & Shrimpton, res n e cor Thomp- 
son and Huestis ave. 

Friday Annie, domestic C E Bond. 

Friday Henry, teamster, res 2 Brandriff. 

Friday Henry A, mach Kerr Murray Mnfs; Co, bds 2 Bran- 
driff. 

Friday Miss Lillie, dressmaker, bds 2 BrandriflF. 

Friday Mary, domestic 152 W Washington. ■ 

Fridley Lewis F, fireman G R & I R R, res 16 Madison. 

Friedmann Frank, helper Bass F & M Works, res s e cor 
Thomas and Maud. 

Friedrich Carl, comb mnfr 66 Nelson, res same. 

Friend Alfred I (A I & H Friend), res Oakland, Nebraska. 

Friend A I & H (Alfred I and Henry), clothiers, merchant 
tailors and gents' furnishing goods 26 Calhoun. 

Friend Henry (A I & H Friend), bds 1.30 W Washington. 

Friend Jacob, res 130 W Washington. 

Friend John T, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 23 Van Buren. 

Friend Wm, clerk A I & H Friend, bds 1*30 W Washington. 

Friji Emil, painter, bds 12 Force. 

Friji Hugo, painter, bds 12 Force. 

Fritz Charles, finisher Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 94 Mont- 
gomery. 

Fritz Dore, bartender W M Clutter, bds 5 Pearl. 

Fritze Wm J, carp P, F W & C Ry, res 151 E Jefferson. 

Frohman Christine, domestic 225 Calhoun. 

Frohmuth John, maph hand N G Olds & Sons, res 361 La- 
fayette. 

Frohmuth John F M, shoemaker, res 93 Buchanan. 

Frohmuth Pauline, domestic Montgomery Hamilton. 

Fronefield Miss Edith, teacher, bds 28 W Superior. 

Fronefield Reuben, mach hand Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 
28 W Superior. 

Frost Benjamin, engineer A Kalbacher, res 313 Calhoun. 

Frost James S, painter P, F W & C Ry, res 239 E Jefferson. 

Frost John, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry. 

Froude Henry, laborer, bds 24 Clark. 

Frunfelder Jacob, sawyer, res 342 W Main. 

Fry George A,' tanner, bds 296 W Main. 

Fry Henry, driver, res 166 W Berry. 

Fry Henry W, meat market 114 E Lewis, res 104 same. 

Fry Jacob, truckman P, F W & C Ry, res 104 Ewing. 

Fry James H, clerk P, F W &C Ry, bds Commercial House. 

Fry Jessie, domestic county jail. 

Fry Joseph B, tanner, res 305 W Main. 

Fry Mary (wid Jacob), res 296 W Main. 

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Fry Mary (wid John), bds 11 Dawson. 

Frye Henry, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 42 Allen. 

Frye Jerome B, conductor, res n w cor Calhoun and Creigh- 

ton ave. 
Fuchs, see also Fox. 

Fuchs Christian, barber H Guenther, res 136 Barr. 
Fuchs George, grocer 167 E Jefferson, res same. 
Fuchshuber J Leonard, blksmitb Fleming Mnfg Co, res 100 

Williams. 
Fuehrer Elizabeth, teacher East German School, bds 183 E 

Washington. 
Fuelber Anselm, city editor Indiana Staats Zeitnng, rooms 

112 E Main. 
Fuess George W, band 'sawyer G R Bickford & Co, bds 273 

E Jefferson. 
Fuller Charles F, upholsterer D N Foster, bds 105 Wells. 
Fuller John D, pail jointer Peters' B & L Co, res 105 Wells. 
Fuller Louisa (wid Job R), res 105 Wells. 
Fuller Miss May, clerk, rooms 19 E Washington. 
Fuller Wm, teamster Jacob Klett, res 13 Hamilton. 
Fullmer Charles L, molder Bass F & M Works, res 31 John. 
Funk Michael, brewer C L Centlivre, res e s Spy Run ave n 

of brewery. 
Funk Wm E, telegraph operator N Y, C & St L Ry. 
Funnel Helena, domestic 204 W Berry. 
Furlong John W, hammerman Bass F & M Works, bds 111 

W Superior. 
Furste Francis L, res 209 E Wayne. 
Futter Charles, barber 81 Calhoun, bds 93 W Superior. 
Futter Martin, res 93 W Superior. 
Futter Theodore, barber, bds 93 W Superior. 



Gable, see also Goehel. 
Gable Christian, res 40 Madison, 
Gable Frederick, music teacher, res 32 W Main. 
Gable Henry, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 155 Holman. 
Gable Peter G, laborer Bass F & M Works,res 155 Holman. 
Gable Philip, laborer Bass F *fe M Works, res 74 Lillie. 
Gablenz Lena (wid Charles), res 99 E Washington. 
Gacott August, laborer, res 68 Barr. 
Gaetje John, Saloon 179 Calhoun, res same. 
Gaffey Thomas H, printer Ft Wayne Gazette, bds Fleming 
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Gaffney Edward, watchman W, St L & P Ry, res .33. Bass. 
Gaffney TillieM, clerk Louis Wolf & Co, bds 402 S Calhoun. 
Oaftnev Win H. Township Trustee 54 Calhoun, res 402 

S Cafhoun. 
Gage James B, laborer, res .324 W Main. 
Gage Perley R, conductor G R & I R R, res 9 Smith. 
Gasc Robert, Broom Mnfr 318 W Main, res 322 same. 
Gager Charles, wiper P, F W & C Ry. 
Gair Joseph, blacksmith F W, C c% L R R, res 118 Union. 
Gales Simon (col'd), whitewasher, res w s Savannah s of 

Mercer. 
Gallagher Anthony, oiler P, F W & C Ry, bds 4 Colerick. 
Galland Henry, fireman N G Olds & Sons, res 319 Hanna. 
Gallapoo Peter, fireman N G Olds & Sons, res 66 Oliver. 
Galler Wm G, finisher J M Miller, res 4 Hood. 
Gallraeier Ernst, carp W, St L & P Ry, res 69 Maumee road. 
Gallmeier Frederick W, letter carrier, res 61 Maumee road. 
Gallmeier Wm, carpenter, res 136 Francis. 
Gambrill Emma, domestic Fort Wayne College. 

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Gammeier Henry, wiper N Y, C & St L Ry, res w s St Mary's 

ave 1 s of F W, C & L R R. 
Gamrath Wm, tanner, res 374 W Main. 
Gans Louis, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 3 Marion. 
Ganzer Stephen, clerk J B White, res 91 Montgomery. 
Garber Conrad, laborer, res 253 E Washington. 
Garboden Alexander L, helper Bass F & M Works, res e s 

Hanna nr Eckart. 
Gard Brookfield, M D, Manager and Director Fort 

Wayne Medical and Surgical Institute,Office 143 Calhoun, 

res 178 W Jefferson. {See adv opp.') 
Garden Thomas D, fireman P,F W & C Ry, bds 311 Harrison. 
Gardner David, rag dealer, res 317 Hanna. 
Gardner DeMont C, printer Ft Wayne Daily News, res 124 

Fairfield ave. 
Gardner Frank, laborer P, F W & C Ry, bds 110 Chicago. 
Gardner Frederick W, painter P, F W & C Ry,bds 77 Baker. 
Gardner George W, day watchman P, F W & C Ry, res 77 

Baker. 
Gardner Henry, coremkr P, F W & C Ry, bds 110 Chicago. 
Gardner Henry J, conductor P, F W & C Ry.res 159 E Lewis. 
Gardner Miss Mary, bds 270 Hanna. 
Gardner Melvin R, collarmaker, res 22 Orchard. 
Gardner Sarah (wid Anthony), res 110 Chicago. 
Gardom Henry, laborer, bds 29 Lavina. 
Gardt Henry, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 88 Force. 
Gardt Henry jr, machine hand, bds 88 Force. 
Garham Marcus, saw repairer 19 Harrison, res n e cor Van- 

Buren and Greeley. 
Garlic Jacob, laborer, res 19 Wall. 
Garlt Wm, laborer, bds 21 Gay. 

Garman Adam W, painter E P Nestel, res 129 Clay. 
Garner Ellen, domestic Thomas Ahern. 
Garr Fernando C, engineer, res 301 Harrison. 
Garr Urania (wid Jacob), bds 301 Harrison. 
Garrett l¥lll E, Propr Clifton House 233 and 235 Cal- 
houn, res same. 
Garrison Albert, helper Bass F & M Works, res 18 Colerick. 
Garrison Er, elk Wm Moellering & Son, bds 153 Montgomery. 
Garrison John H, painter, res 142 Fairfield ave. 
Garvey Patrick H, Propr City Tea Store 224 Calhoun, 

res same. {See adv, p 77.) 
Garvin Clarence, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 29 Hough. 
Garvin John A, laborer, bds 82 Fairfield ave. 
Gaskill Leonard M, laborer, res 408 W Main. 
Gaskill Wm, laborer, res w s Oakland 1 s of Huffman. 



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Gaskins Catherine (wid Joseph), res n s W Creighton ave 2 w 

of Fairfield ave. 
Gaskins Wm B, mach W, St L & P Ry, bds n s W Creighton 

ave 2 w of Fairfield ave. 
Gasseit Addle, domestic 71 Melita. 
Gassert Frederick, laborer, bds 69 Leith. 
Gassert Kate, domestic 124 Fairfield ave. 
Gassert Nicholas, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 69 Leith. 
Gastill Leonard, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 208 W Main. 
Gaszner John P, clerk Siemon & Bro, res 114 Jackson. 
Gates, see also Getz. 

Gates Abraham, conductor F W, C & L Ry, res 326 Harrison. 
Gates Wm H, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 301 Harrison. 
Gatte Conrad, tailor, res 332 E Wayne. 
Gauggel Joseph, saloon 13 W Wayne, res same. 
Gauld Alexander B, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 

41 Miner. 
Gauld Gordon R, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 

41 Miner. 



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INFIRMARY. 




B. QAfiD, M.D., Manager and Director. % ^ ESTABLISHED IN 1870. 



Thirteen years of success with a constant and increasing patronage has made 
it necessary for the better accommodation of an afflicted and confiding pubhc to 
enlarge our room and increase our facihties, as well as add to our medical staff 
other and competent physicians — specialists in their respective departments. 

Our Eye and Ear Department is fully equipped, and the various ailments success- 
fully treated; all operations performed. 

Diseases of the Nose. Throat, Catarrh, Bronchitis, Asthma, Dyspepsia, Scrofula, 
Cancers, Blood and Skin, Heart, Lung, Kidney, Female Organs, and Liver, treated 
with unsurpassed success. 

In our Surgical Department, disease of the Joints, Knee, Hip, Ancle, Club Feet, 
Spinal Diseases, Crooked Spine, Paralysis, Piles, Fistulas and Ulcers, Rheumatic 
Affections, Disease of Hip Joint, Hare-hp, Mercurial Accidents, Burns, Wry Neck, 
any and all Deformities of the Body treated. 

Our Apparatus and Instnunents ; 
invention. Our Instrument for stren 
organs has a host of commendations. 

Port Wayne Medical and Surgical Institute and 
Eye and Ear Infirmary. 

B. CARD, M. D., Manager and Director. 

Office, No. 143 Oalhoun Street, FOKT WAYNE, IND. 
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Gause Wm, supt Gause Agl Works, res 150 W Wayne. 

Gavelentz Lena (wid Charles), bds rear 99 E Washington. 

Gavin James A, janitor in chief public schools, res 311 E 
Wayne. 

Gavin Miss Margaret, res 315 E Wayne. 

Gavin Robert, miller City Mills, res 8 Harmer. 

Gavitt Wilbur F, machinist P, F W&C Ry, res 128 E Lewis. 

Gay Millard, laborer, res 103 Huffman. 

Gayling Miss Nettie, music teacher 45 N Calhoun, bds same. 

Geake John J (Wm and J J Geake), res 10 West. 

Geake Wm (Wm and J J Geake), res 258 W Jefferson. 

Geake 11''lll & J J (Wm and John J), Stone Contrac- 
tors 88 and 90 Pearl. {See adv, p 81.) 

Gearhart Wm S, edger Hoffman Bros, res s e cor Putnam and 
Meridian. 

Geary, see also Gerry. 

Geary Ambrose, contractor, bds 35 Monroe. 

Geary A E, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 257 Calhoun. 

Geary Charles, sidewalk layer, res 391 E Washington. 

Geary Charles T, sawyer Hoffman Bros, res 292 W Jefferson. 

Geary Louisa, bds 35 Monroe. 

Geary Mary (wid Wm), res 35 Monroe. 

Geary Wm, blacksmith, bds 247 Clay. 

Gebel Richard F, brickmaker A Ormiston & Bro, bds Lewis 
Ormiston. 

Gebele Miss Hannah, dressmaker 65 Harrison, res same. 

Gebele Miss Mary, dressmkr Miss H Gebele, res 65 Harrison. 

Gebert Alfred, Propr Banner Saloon and Pool room 60 
E Columbia, res same. 

Gebert Frank, bartender A Gebert, bds same. 

Gebfert Louis, clerk Jacob Pfleiderer, bds 221 E Washington. 

Gebhard David, brickmaker J A Koehler, res e s Piqua road 
nr Calhoun. 

Gebhard George, harnessmaker G R Wells, bds 91 Summit. 

Gebhard Wm, mason, res 91 Summit. 

Gebhard Wm F, polisher Boseker, White & Co, bds 91 
Summit. 

Gebhart Valentine, blacksmith Bass F & M Works, res 250 E 
Jefferson. 

Geerken Ernest, laborer, bds 169 Montgomery. 

Geerken Frederick, machinist, res 80 Montgomery. 

Geerken George, clerk, res 169 Montgomery. 

Geerken George jr, boilermaker, bds 169 Montgomery. 

Geerken Henry, boilermaker P, F W & C Ry, res 202 La- 
fayette. 

Gehri John, watchman, res w s Spy Run ave. 



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Gehring Doris (wid Fred), res 107 Force. 

Gehring J Andrew, laborer, res 197 High. 

Gehring Samuel, teamster Ft Wayne Steel Plow Works, res 
Bloomingdale. 

Gehrke Louis, clerk W H Pyke, res 75 Baker. 

Geiger Catherine (wid Herman), res 48 E Columbia. 

Geiger Charles H, clerk L Schirmeyer & Co, bds 125 E Jef- 
ferson. 

Geiger Charles J, bookbinder, 125 E Jefferson, res same. 

Geiger Frank J, elk John Scheflfer & Co, bds 125 E Jefferson 

Geiger George, second-hand store, res rear 43 E Columbia. 

Geiger Henry, clerk, bds 48 E Columbia. 

Geiger John G, res 338 Hanna. 

Geiger John G ji> laborer P, F W & C Ry, bds 338 Hanna. 

Geiger Joseph J, barber B Ellert, bds 125 E Jefferson. 

Geiger William, tailor, bds 338 Hanna. 

Geiser Dietrich, lab P, F W & C Ry, res 148 S Broadway. 

Geiser Ernst, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 216 E Wayne. 

Geiser Ignatz, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 35 John. 

Geisman Charles, wheel rimmer N G Olds & Sons, bds 40 
Locust. 

Geisman Elizabeth (wid Jacob), res 40 Locust. 

Geisman Julius, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 40 Locust. 

Geisniar Adolpll, Proprietor The Globe Chop House 
and Restaurant 11 E Main, res n s Berry bet Barr and 
Lafayette. {See bottom edge.) 

Geiss Mrs Julia, laundress, res 63 E Superior. 

Geissler Martin, brickmaker A Ormiston & Bro, bds Lewis 
Ormiston. 

Geissmer Charles, clerk B R Noll & Co, bds 100 E Lewis. 

Geistdoerfer Ferdinand, gardener, res e s Spy Run ave n of 
brickyard. 

Geistdoerfer John (John Geistdoerfer & Bro), res 221 La- 
fayette. 

Geistdoerfer John & Bro (John and Wm), saloon 221 La- 
fayette. 

Geistdoerfer Wm (John Geistdoerfer & Bro), res 221 La- 
fayette. 

Geller Charles (Ehrman & Geller), res 48 Wells. 

Geller Charles C, barber, bds 2 Hood. 

Geller Elizabeth (wid Theodore), bds 168 E Lewis. 

Geller George, bolt cutter P, F W & C Ry, res 2 Hood. 

Geller Gottlieb W, finisher Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 296 
Broadway. 

Geller Henry, finisher Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 106 Broadway. 

Giller Lizzie, domestic 215 W Wayne. 



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Geller Theodore, carpenter, res 93 Huffman. 

Geller Wm F, baker and confectioner 106 Broadway, res 102 
same. 

Geller Wm G, varnisher J M Miller, res 4 Hood. 

Gellert Max, tinner Gruber & Gray, bds 33 Williams. 

Gemmin Pauline, domestic 37 Barr. 

Gendelspaugr Jacob, foreman, res 7 Pearl. 

Geopfert Katie, domestic Louis Diether. 

Gepfert Lizzie, domestic A H Hamilton. 

Gepford Bernard, brickmaker Wm Miller, res s s Pontiac opp 
Smith. 

Gepford John, teamster Wm Miller, res s s Pontiac nr limits. 

Gephardt Frederick, switchman, bds 270^ Calhoun. 

Gerard Anthony, clerk P, F W & C Rv, bds 92 Lillie, 

Gerard Anthony F, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 92 Lillie. 

Gerard Benny, helper P, F W & C Ky, bds 92 Lillie. 

Gerardin Edward, apprentice Robert Ogden, bds 28 E Co- 
lumbia. 

Gerardin Hypolite, saloon 28 E Columbia, res same. 

Gerberding August, teamster, res 103 Erie. 

Gerberding Edward, teacher German Lutheran School, res 103 
Erie. 

Gerberding Henry, teamster, bds 103 Erie. 

Gerberding Wm F, laborer, res 107 Barr. 

Gerdes Herman, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 421 E Wash- 
ington. 

Gerdin^ Harmon, Propr Central Grocery 108 Calhoun, 
bds 44 W Washington. 

Gerding John P, clerk Harmon Gerding, res 116 John. 

Gerding Wm E, brakeraan G R & I R R, bds 116 John. 

Gerdum Ernst H, laborer Bass F & M Works, bds 29 Lavina. 

Gerke Charles, elk Citizens' Street Railway Co, bds 161 Gay. 

Gerke Henry, clerk John Wilson & Co, bets 191 Lafayette. 

Gerke Henry, machine hand P, F W & C Ry, res 161 Gay. 

Gerkt Henry F, grocer 207 Lafayette, res 209 same. 

Gerke Henry H, clerk H F Gerke, bds 209 Lafayette. 

Gerke Louis H (Bartels & Co), res 191 Lafayette. 

Gerke Sophie, domestic 136 E Lewis. 

Gerken George, clerk Bartels & Co, res 168 Montgomery. 

Gerlach Emil, laborer NG Olds & Sons, bds 381 Lafayette. 

Gerlach Gustav, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 381 
Lafayette. 

Gerlach Gustav M, baker, bds 381 Lafayette. 

Gerlach Jacob, laborer David Tagtmeyer, res 19 Wall. 

Gerlach Waldemar E, butcher, bds 381 Lafayette. 

Germain Ross M, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry. 



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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 181 

German Insurance Co of Freeport 111, C Neireiter agent 269 

W Washington. 
German Lutheran School, n e cor Union and Wilt. 
German Reformed Church (Salem), e s Clinton bet E Wayne 

and Berry. 
Gerow Teles D (Humphreys & Gerow), res 23 Grand. 
Gerrard Nicholas, washer Powers & Barrett, rooms 193 Cal- 
houn. 
Gerrick Rose, domestic 72 W Wayne. 
Gerry, see also Geary. 
Gerry Bertha, domestic 216 W Wayne. 
Gerry John, watchman Powers & Barnett, res 56 Chicago. , 
Gerwig Louis, clerk Morgan & Beach, rooms 19 E Columbia. 
Gessen Christian, tank builder P, F W & C Ry, res n w cor 

Thomas and Samuel. 
Gessler Victoria (wid Frederick), res 60 E Main. 
Getty, see Goette. 
Getz, see also Gates. 
Getz Emma, waiter Fleming House. 

Getz George, feeder Ft Wayne Daily News, bds 307 Calhoun. 
Getz John C, shoemaker C Schiefer & Son, res 307 Calhoun. 
Getz Lizzie, domestic 200 W Berry. 
Geye Henry, shoemaker ■124 E Wayne, res same. ; 
Geye Henry B, clerk W H Fleming, bds 424 E Wayne. 
Geye Herman, shoemaker, res 14 West. 
Gibbs Frank A, clerk J B White, bds 219 Lafayette. 
Gibford Abraham, traveling agent, res 74 Douglas ave. 
Gibford Edward B, traveling agent, bds 74 Douglass ave. 
Gibford Harry W, clerk W H Fleming, bds 74 Douglass ave. 
Gibson Miss Belie, dressmaker, res 157 Ewing. 
Gibson Miss Caroline, bds 38 Oak. 
Gibson Caroline, domestic 233 W Berry. 
Gibson Charles A, blacksmith Peters' Box and Lumber Co, res 

130 Maumee road. 
Gibson Frank, salesman Huestis & Hamilton, res 22 Murrav. 
Gibson James, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 31 W 

Columbia. 
Gibson Jane (wid Frank X), res 38 Oak. 
Gibson Lewis, carpenter, bds Oliver House. 
Gibson Miss Minnie, student Ft Wayne Conservatory of Music, 

bds 105 W Berry. 
Gibson Nora, dressmaker Miss H Gebele, bds 82 Butler. 
Gick George, clerk C A Pickard & Co, res 294 E Washington. 
Giek Louis, clerk H J Ash, bds 314 E Wayne. 
Gidley Rebecca (wid Wm), res 20 Pine. 
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Giese Wm, laborer, bds 40 Brandriff. 

Gifford Alfred, laborer, bds Owen Thompson. 

Gilbert Charles, res s e cor Miner and DeWald. 

Gilbert Harry W, molder W, St L & P Ry, res 23 Walnut. 

Gilbert John, Manager Standard Oil Co, res 246 W 

Washington. 
Gilbert Oscar S, pianos, res 57 W Berry. 
Gilby John, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 16 Williams. 
Gilchrist Christopher, hair dealer, res 64 W Main. 
Gillen Bernard, machine hand, bds 57^ Lasselle. 
Gillen Frank K, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res 230 Francis. 
Gillen John E, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res 57^ Lasselle. 
Gillen Thomas G, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds 155 Hanna. 
Gillett Dwight D, lumber, res 110 E Wayne. 
Gillett Hollis, saloon 36 Barr, rooms same. 
Gillett I W, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry. 
Gillette Edwin A, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 164 S 

Broadway. 
Gilliom Henry, trav agent Daniel Shordon, res 226 Hugh. 
Oilman Miss Ella M, bds s w cor Smith and Creighton ave. 
Oilman Huldah (wid Jerome), res s w cor Smith and Creighton. 
Oilman Lyman, laborer, bds s w cor Smith and Creighton ave. 
Gilmartin Edward (John Wilson & Co), res 31 Williams. 
Gimpel Henry, coremaker Bass F & M Works, res 119 Taylor. 
Ginther Charles, laborer Bass F & M Works, bds 227 Barr. 
Ointy Michael O, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res Crestline, O. 
Girard Nicholas, coachman 141 W Berry. 
Girardin Miss Lizzie, bds 314 Lafayette. 
Girdig Herman, bds 47 W Washington. 
Gitzman Charles, miller J B Monning & Co, bds Clifton 

House. 
Glah Henry, hostler M Glynn, bds 53 E Main. 
Glaser Edward F, baker 195 Hanna, res same. 
Glaser Frank, driver E F Glaser, bds same. 
Glaser John, messenger N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 55 W Wayne. 
Glaser Traugott, clerk Root & Co, bds 55 W Wayne. 
Glass Emery (Glass, Scheiman & Co), res 3 Duryea. 
Glass John J W, res 90 Maumee road. 
Glass, Scheiman & Co (Emery Glass, Ernst Scheiman, Henry 

Helmkamp), planing mill s s Taylor 2 e of Broadway. 
Gleason Maria E (wid Hiles), bds 87 Wilt. 
Glenn Thomas M, conductor, res 66 DeWald. 
Glenn Wm M, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 49 Douglass ave. 
Olessner Charles A, baggagemaster F W, C & L Ry, res 41 

N Calhoun. 
Gleuss John, laborer, bds n w cor Harrison and 1st. 

I/Aipp. DOO Sell all kinds of Crockery and Glass- 



ware, at No. 5 East Columbia Street. 



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Glick John, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry. 

Globe Chop House and Restaurant, A Geismar 

Propr 11 E Main. (/See bottom edge.) 
Olock Frederick, M D, Druggist 270 Hanna, res same. 
Gloeckle John, barber 130 Calhoun7"bds Washington House. 
Glover George, butcher Edwin Rich, bds 32 E Wayne. 
Glusenkamp Frederick, blacksmith F W, C & L Ry, res e s 

Wells opp Hoffman. 
Glusenkamp Wm, wiper Ft W, C & L Ry, res 397 W Main. 
Glutting Andrew F (Glutting, Bauer & Michael), res 15 W 

Washington. 
Glutting, Bauer & Michael (Andrew F Glutting, Kajetan J 

Bauer, Herman Michael), real estate, loan and insur- 
ance 7 Court. 
Glutting & Christen (Estate of Jacob Glutting, John 

Christen), Bottlers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Foreign and Domestic Ales and Porters 34 E Columbia. 
Glutting Miss Lizzie, res 15 W Washington. 
Glynn Matthias, Livery Stable 53 E Main, res same. 

(See adv, p 85.) 
Gmeiner Charles, mach F W, C & L R R, bds 32 W 4th. 
Gmeiner Michael, wiper F W, C & L R R, res 32 W 4th. 
Goch Charles, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 25 W 

Washington. 
Gochoit Julia, domestic F E Nave. 
Gocke Anthony, clerk, res 47 W Wayne. 
Gocke Augustus, bds 322 E Wayne. 
Gocke Augustus A, porter Huestis & Hamilton, res n e cor 

Grant ave and Randall. 
Gocke Frank E, salesman Huestis & Hamilton, res 322 E 

Wayne. 
Gocke Henry J, clerk, les 46 W Lewis. 

Gocke Louis A, bookkeeper A C Treutman, res 47 W Wayne. 
Godfrey Casper J, fireman G R & I R R, res 134 Fulton. 
Goebel, see also Gable. 

Goebel Christina (wid Peter), res 219 Lafayette. 
Goebel Dora (wid Frederick), bds 140 W Main. 
Goebel Frank A, clerk, bds 219 Lafayette. 
Goebel Frederick, musician, res 32 W Main. 
Goeens Henry, carpenter, res 347 W Main. 
Goehren Joseph, mach hand Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 320 

E Washington. 
Goehrendt Frederick, laborer, res 30 West. 
Goehringer John, lab P, F W & C Ry, res 94 Lasselle. 
Goeriz Anna (wid Dr Gustavus A), res 3(35 Lafayette. 
Goeriz Mrs Annie, hair dresser 30 E Columbia, res same. 
Goeriz Lewis T, pedler, res 30 E Columbia. 



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Goers Peter, lab P, F W & C Ry, res 37 Lasselle. 

Goers Wm, brickmaker A Ormiston & Bro, res 88 DeWald. 

Goertz Theodore, harnessmaker F Hilt, bds 40 Lasselle. 

Goette Christopher, lab P, F W & C Ry, res 75 Buchanan. 

Goette Frank, molder Bass F & M Works, res 73 Buchanan. 

Goette George, trunkmaker Fisher Bros, res 27 Buchanan. 

Goette Philip, machinist, bds 75 Buchanan. 

Goheen Nathaniel, brakeinan, bds 140 W Jeiferson. 

Goings Wm H, truckman L S & M S Ry, res 233 Wells. 

Goldammer Adolph, painter Olds' Wagon Works, bds 12 
Force. 

Goldammer Charles W, cigarmaker H W Ortmann, res 14 
Force. 

Goldbecker Adam, bolt cutter P, F W & C Ry, res 65 Force. 

Golden Anthony W, elk Golden & Monahan, res 200 La- 
fayette. 

Golden Miss Bridget, tailoress, bds 29 Melita. 

Golden Edward J (Golden & Monahan), res 177 W Wayne. 

Golden Frank, laborer, bds Wm Golden. 

Golden John, baggageman P, F W & C Ry, res 334 E Wash- 
ington. 

Golden Margaret (wid Thomas), res 38 Melita. 

Golden Miss Mary E, clerk Noll & Golden, bds 235 E Lewis. 

Golden Michael, laborer, bds 11 Oak. 

Golden Patrick, laborer, res 34 Smith. 

Golden Patrick, mach hand N G Olds & Sons, bds 34 Smith. 

Golden Patrick, laborer, bds 239 E Lewis. 

Golden Patrick, bds 29 Melita. 

Golden Patrick J (Noll & Golden), res 235 E Lewis. 

Golden Wm, farmer, res n s Piqua road e of limits. 

Golden & Monahan (Edward J Golden, Dennis Monahan), 
hats, Caps and gents' furnishings 66 and 68 Calhoun. 

Goldman Sampson, clothing, res 107 E Main. 

Goldsmith Herman N, pawnbroker 82 Calhoun, res 159 W 
Washington. 

Goldstone Annie, bds 115 Fairfield ave. 

Goldstone John, grocer 117 Fairfield ave, res 115 same. 

Goleeke Wm, laborer, res 56 Walton ave. 

Goller Herman, laborer, bds 313 Lafayette. 

Golmer Emil, carpenter, res 34 Wall. 

Gombert Frederick, laborer, res 86 Lillie. 

Gomoll Julius, polisher N G Olds & Sons, bds n w cor Thomas 
and Samuel. 

Good Caroline (wid George), res 98 E Jefferson. 

Good George L, painter E P Nestel, bds 98 E Jefferson. 

Goodell David F, laborer, bds s e cor Edgerton and Winter. 



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Goodenough George J, engineer, res 270 Webster. 
Goodman Francis X, saloon 10 W Main, res 53 Wells. 
Goodman Kate, domestic 254 W Washington. 
Goodman Mrs Mary, confectionery 53 Wells, res same. 
Goodman Thomas E, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds Darrow 

House. 
Goodwin Charles A, clerk Root & Co, bds 168 W Jefferson. 
Goodwin Miss Clara M, Teacher of Art Westmins- 
ter Home School, bds 236 W Berry. 
CrOOdwin Horatio IV, Groceries 124 Broadway, and 

Dry Goods 126 same, res 168 W Jefferson. 
Goodwin Lizzie (wid Wm), dressmaker, bds 98 Montgomery. 
Googe Miss Eliza, dressmaker, bds 77 Baker. 
Gordom Herman, laborer Bass F & M Works, bds 29 Lavina. 
Gordon Albert, fireman F W, C & L R R, bds Racine House. 
Gordon Daniel G, finisher DN Foster, bds 16 Leith. 
Gordon George P, baggagemaster P, FW&C, GR&I and 

C R & F W Rys, res 16 Leith. 
Gordon Hugh K, baggageman P, F W & C Ry, res 375 E 

Washington. 
Gordon Wm D, depot clerk Adams Ex Co, bds 16 Leith. 
Gordon Wm H, night watchman H C Graff e, bds 375 E 

Washington. 
Gorham Marquis D, saw filer 1 9 Harrison, res n e cor Van Bu- 

ren and Greeley. 
Gorrell Adam C, conductor W, St L & P Ry, res n s Hayden 

3 w of McCulloch. 
Gorrell Scipio R, saloon 201 Lafayette, res n w cor Harrison 

and Allen. 
Gorsline Sylvester L, baggageman W, St L & P Ry, res 32 

Williams. 
Goshorn Jacob S, civil engineer, res 386 E Washington. 
Goshorn Laura, teacher Jefferson School, bds 102 E Wash- 
ington. 
Goshorn Wm H, City Engineer, office 68 Barr, res 102 

E Washington. 
Goshway Julius E, brickmaker Joseph Fremion, bds same. 
Gossert Nicholas, painter P, F W & C Ry. 
Gosta August, laborer Bass F & M Works, bds 63 Buchanan. 
Gotsch Lena, domestic 88 E Lewis. 

Gotsch Theodore G, clerk Morgan & Beach, rooms 151 Barr. 
Gotty Christian, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 73 Buchanan. 
Gould D W, fireman, bds Clifton House. 
Gould Jennie M (wid Chauncy B), dressmaker 108 Broadway, 

res same. 
Gould Theodore H, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 179 Hanna. 



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Gout Frederick, laborer, res 220 E Wayne. 

Gouty Benjamin F, carp, res s w cor Cherry and Center. 

Gouty James M, saw filer Hoffman Bros, res 179 W Superior. 

Gouty Miss Laura, milliner, bds 179 W Superior. 

Gouty Thomas A, machine hand Olds' Wagon Works, res 244 

W Washington. 
Gouty Wm F, clerk John Care, bds 244 W Washington. 
Gowen Cora, domestic S B Hartman. 
Gowen Henry W, carpenter Kendrick & Shimpton, res 349 

W Main. 
Grable John, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 3.S Grand. 
Grable John C H, fireman P, F W & C Ry, bds 33 Grand. 
Grable Samuel A, conductor P, F W & C Ry, bds 86 Dawson. 
Grace John, conductor G R & I R R, bds 38 Baker. 
Grady Thomas J, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds w s Walton 

ave 3 s of Creighton ave. 
Graf John, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 18 Buchanan. 
Graf Philip, Grocery and Saloon 335 and 337 Lafayette, 

res same. 
Graff Fanny (wid Marx), res 113 W^ Wayne. 
Graffe Charles F (G W Graffe & Co), res" 24 W Jefferson. 
Graffe Frederick (G W Graffe & Co), res 1-34 Calhoun. 
Graffe Frederick jr, watchmaker H C Graffe, res 25 W Berry. 
Graffe George W (G W Graffe & Co), res 26 W Jefferson. 
Graffe G W & Co (George W, Charles F and Frederick 

Graffe), stoves and tinware 132 Calhoun. 
Graffe Heury C, Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, s e cor 

Calhoun and Columbia, res 156 W Jefferson. (See bottom 

lilies.) 
Grafmiller Christian (Grafrailler & Barrett), res 105 W Berry. 
Graf miller Miss Lizzie, boarding 105 W Berry. 
Grafmiller & Barrett (Christian Grafmiller, Frederick C Bar- 
rett), contractors 68 Barr. 
Grage Amelia, seamstress, bds 26 Chicago. 
Grage Frederick, truckman, res 183 W Jefferson. 
Grage Henry, clerk Root & Co, bds 183 W Jefferson. 
Grage Sophia, seamstress, bds 26 Chicago. 
Grage Wm H, teamster, res 26 Chicago. 
Graham Abraham H, draughtsman P, F W & C Ry, bds 95 

E Jefferson. 
Graham Mrs Elizabeth C, res 144 E Berry. 
Graham Fred V, clerk J E Graham, bds 405 Hanna. 
Graham George E, painter P, F W & C Ry, res 41 W Lewis. 
Graham George W, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 344 E 

'Washington. 
Graham James, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 35 E Wayne. 



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BUFFALO, ALBANY, NEW YORK, 
BOSTON AND THE EAST. 

The Unrivaled Passenger Route. The Shortest, Quickest 
and Most Direct Route from 



ST. THOMAS, BUFFALO, NIAGARA FALLS, NEW YORK, BOSTON 

.\nd all principal points in the East. 
DETROIT, SAGINAW and BAY CITY. 

' ROUTE to MACKINAW CITY AND ISLAND, al 
AND NORTHERN PENINSULA. 

ON DAY TRAINS. 



Pass over this line, fully equipped with all modern appliances for Speed, Comfort 

and Safety. Connections in Toledo and Detroit are made in Union 

Depot. No Transfer. GIVE THE ROUTE A TRIAL. 

O. W. RUGGLES, WM. GATES, 

Qen'l Passenger and Ticket Agent, City Paasenger and Ticket Agent, 

CHICAGO, 57 Madhon St., TOLEDO. 



E. L. POLK & CO. S 

THE "FISHING LINE." 



t-a.is:e the 



Grand Rapids & Indiana 



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The only route to the Trout, Grayling and Black Bass 

Fisheries, and the Famous Summer, Health 

and Game Resorts and Lakes of 

NORTHERN MICHIGAN 

The Waters of the Grand Traverse region and the Michigan North Woods are 
unsurpassed, if equaled, in the abundance and great variety of fish contained. 

Brook Trout abound in the' streams, and the famous American Grayling is 
found only in these waters. 

The Trent Season begins May 1st and ends September 1st. The CIrayling 
Season opens June 1st and ends November 1st. 

Black Bass, Pike, Pickerel and Uluskalooge also abound in large numbers in 
the many lakes and lakelets of this territory. The sportsman can readily send 
trophies of his skill to his friends or " Club " at home, as ice for packing flsh can 
be had at nearly all points. 

Take Your Family Willi You. The scenery of the North Woods and Lakes is 
very beautiful. The air is pure, dry and bracing. 

The Climate is peculiarly beneficial to those suffering from Hay Fever or 
Asthmatic Affections. 

Sew Hotels, with all modern improvements, have been erected, as well as many 
extensive additions to the older ones, which will guarantee Ample Accommodations 
for all. 

The completion of this line from 

PETOSKEY TO MACKINAW CITY, 

forms the most direct route to 

Mackinac, St. Ignace, and, in connection with the Detroit, 
Mackinac & Marquette R. R. to Marquette, 
Negaunee, L'Anse, Houghton, Han- 
cock, and all points in the 

UPPER PENINSULA OF MICHIGAN. 

During the season Bound Trip Excursion Tickets will be Sold at Low Bates, and 

attractive train facilities offered to Tourit-ts and Sportsmen. 

Dogs, Guns and Fishing Tackle carried Free at Owner's Eisk. It is our aim to 
make Sportsmen feel " At Home" on this route. 

For Tourist Guide (a handsomely illustrated book of 160 pages, 
free). Time Cards, Folders and.furtlier information, address 



General Passenger Agent, aBANS RAFISS, MIOH. 



T. F. WEITZMANN. 



The Merchant Tailor, keeps a 
large stock of the latest styles 
of Goods, at 162 Calhoxm St. 



FOBT WAYNE DIEECTOET. 



Graham James E (Graham & Thoruton), lawyer 10 E Berry, 

res 405 Hanna. 
Graham Miss Libbie J, dressmaker, bds 66 Leith. 
Graham Mary (wid Frederick), res 66 Leith. 
Graham Miss Sallie A, dressmaker, bds 66 Leith. 
Graham Samuel D, trav agent, res 19 Pontiac. 
Graham Wm F, draughtsman, bds 55 Braekenridge. 
Graham & Tliornton (James E Graham, Albert E 

Thornton), Insurance, Real Estate and Collecting Agents, 

10 E Berry. (See adv,p 93.) 
Grahl Clemens, teacher St Paul's German Lutheran School, 

res 176 Barr. 
Granay Cornelius, laborer, bds 62 Williams. 
Granay Wm, laborer, res 62 Williams. 

Orand Rapids and Indiana R R, operating Cin- 
cinnati, Richmond and Fort Wayne R R, P S O'Rourke 
Supt, J K McCraeken Freight and Ticket Agent, Offices 
and Depots with P, F W & C Ry. {See adv opp.) 

Granger Horace G, storekeeper W, St L & P Ry, bds 160 W 
Wayne. 

Granger Moroy, teamster Coombs & Co, bds 104 Williams. 

Granger Noah, nurseryman, res 160 W Wayne. 

Granger Priscilla (wid Charles), res 104 Williams. 

Grannemann Charles, carp W, St L & P Ry, res 47 Melita. 

Grannemann Henry, painter L B Johns, bds 47 Melita. 

Grant John, machinist Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 29 Baker. 

Graper Fredericka, domestic 1 1 4 Barr. 

Graves Charles E, clerk freisrht lines, 4 Aveline House Block 
res 190 W Berry. 

Graves Wm A, engineer G R & T R R, res 38 Baker. 

Gray Ambrose, fireman Ft W, C & L R R, rooms 26 W Su 
perior. 

Gray James P (Gruber & Gray), conductor P, F W & C Ry, 
res 90 Williams, 

Gray John W, contractor, res 72 N Cass. 

Gray John W jr, engineer Ft W, C & L R R, res 72 N Cass, 

Great Western Despatch, office 4 Aveline House Block. 

Green Arthur W, carp W, St L & P Ry, bds 294 Broadway, 

Green Miss Carrie D, teachei-, bds 221 W Wayne. 

Green Corydon, commission, les 221 W Wajaie. 

Green Miss Emma L, dressmaker 179 Jackson, bds same. 

Green Freeman R, bds 139 W Main. 

Green George W, helper W, St L & P Ry, bds 68 Charles. 

Green Hugh W, cai-penter, res 179 Jackson. 

Green Lettie M, dressmaker 1 79 Jackson, bds same. 

Green Louis H, printer, bds 179 Jackson. 

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Green Miss Lura E, teacher, bds 221 W Wayne. 

Green Malcolm A, carriage trimmer M L Albrecht, bds 139 

W Main. 
Green Margaret (wid Johnson), res 68 Charles. 
Green Mary (wid Thomas), bds 45 Locust. 
Green Mary A (wid Wm), res 114 W Berry. 
Green Mrs Mollie, dressmaker 19 W Wayne, res same. 
Green Mrs M F (wid Seth R), physician 139 W Main, res same. 
Green Wm H, agt Howe S M Co ,res 19 W Wayne. 
Greenawalt George L, physician and surgeon 4 E Columbia, 

res 131 E Wayne. 
Greene Anna, tailoress, bds 106 Wells. 
Greene Richard B, foreman case dept Ft Wayne Organ Co, 

res n s Wayne ave 3 w of Fairfield ave. 
Greene Thomas C, fireman Hoffman Bros, res e s Mechanic. 
Greenick Abraham A, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 397 

Lafayette. 
Greenlan Thomas, machinist, bds 225 Calhoun. 
Greensfelder Aaron, clerk J B White, bds 95 Ewing. 
Greensfelder Gustave, res 95 Ewing. 
Greensfelder Jasias, cashier and bookkeeper J B White, bds 

95 Ewing. 
Greer Frank J, clerk P, F W & C Ry, res 61 Melita. 
Greer John, carpenter, res 30 Walnut. 

Greer John W, carpenter street commissioner, res 20 Erie. 
Greeve Miss Emma, bds n s Sntterfield 2 e of Lafayette. 
Greeve Wm, carpenter, res 31 Maumee road. 
Gregg James S, physician 66 Calhoun, res 176 E Wayne. 
Gregg John, brakeman G R & I R R, rooms 395 Lafayette. 
Greiner Henry brickmaker, res w s Calhoun 1 s of Killea. 
Greisenier Percival M, traveling agent S Bash & Co, res n w 

cor Huron and Center. 
Grenouillet Margaret (wid Jacob), bds 305 Hanna. 
Grerup John, laborer, bds 74 Barr. 
Gress George, laborer, res w s Metz 3 s of Taylor. 
Greve Joseph F, carp, res e s Wabash ave 1 s of Humphrey. 
Grevitski Rachmeel, laborer, res s s Huron 1 e of Center. 
Gribben Charles, carp P, F W & C Ry, res 24 Douglass ave. 
Gribben James M, foreman planing mill P, F W & C Ry, res 

24 Douglass ave. 
Gribben Lewis, trav agt J S Beach, bds 24 Douglass ave. 
Gribel Charles, clerk, bds 139 Griffith. 
Gribel Louis, cabinetmaker, res 58 E Jefferson. 
Griber Albert, conductor W, St L & P Ry, bds 262 Calhoun. 
Gi-idley Oliver A, contractor, res 4 Bass. 
Grieb John, tailor, res 182 E Lewis. 

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FOKT -WAYNE DIRECTORY. 191 

Griebe Henrietta (wid John), bds 106 W Washington. 

Griebel A Louis, county auditor, rooms 147 W Washington. 

Griebel Charles G G (Griebel, Wyckoff & Becker), res 75 W 
Washington. 

Griebel Christian, teamster, res n s 4th 4 w of Wells. 

Griebel John, coachman 106 W Berry. 

Griebel Lewis (Griebel & Son), res 58 E Jefferson. 

Griebel Louis, teamster, res 141 3d. 

Griebel Wm, teamster, res s e cor Taylor and Metz. 

Griebel Wm G, collarmkr F L Racine, bds Racine House. 

Griebel Wm J (Griebel & Son), res 57 Wells. 

Griebel & Son (Lewis and Wm J), furniture mnfrs and deal- 
ers 44 E Main. 

Griebel, Wyckoff & Becker (Charles Griebel, 

Oren C Wyckoff, Henry W Becker), Proprs Vermont 
Marble and Granite Works 74 and 76 W Main. {See 
adv, p 83.) 

Griel Frederick, horse dealer, res 138 Lafayette. 

Griffin Henry, engineer P, F W & C Ry, bds 79 W Main. 

Griffin Thomas, engineer N Y, C <fc St L Ry, bds 363 W 
Main. 

Griffith John, brakeman G R & I R R, bds 12 Chicago. 

GriffithLevi, carpenter, res 77 Williams. 

Griffith Louis, carp John McMullen, res 452 E Wayne. 

Griffiths Catherine (wid Griffith), res 245 Webster. 

Griffiths David boilermaker, bds 245 Webster. 

Griffiths Eliza M (wid Edwm), bds 164 Broadway. 

Griffiths Wm E, Dealer in Hardware, Stoves and Tin- 
ware 120 and 122 Broadway, res 348 W Washington. 

Grigsby Albert, helper L B Johns, bds James Grigsby. 

Grigsby Miss Carrie, res 37 Barr. 

Grime Ferdinand, carp P, F W & C Ry, res 229 Madison. 

Grimm Albert, painter Wilding & Son, bds 257 Calhoun. 

Grimm John G, teacher, res 222 Broadway. 

Grimme Gerhardt B (J H Grimme & Sons), res 47 W Wayne. 

Grimme John C (J H Grimme & Sons), res 81 W Washing- 
ton. 

Grimme John H (J H Grimme & Sons), res 114 Calhoun. 

Grimme J H & Sons (John H, John C and Gerhardt B), mer- 
chant tailors 114 Calhoun. 

Grimmell John, tailor, res 81 W Washington. 

Grimmerson James, coachman G E Bursley. 

Griswold Crawford, foreman P, F W & C Ry, res 111 Fair- 
field ave. 

Grob Elizabeth (wid Louis), res 196 Broadway. 

Grob Miss Jennie, bds 196 Broadway. 

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Grob Miss Mary, bds 196 Broadway. 

Grojohn August, laborer, res 86 Smith. 

Grojohn Sylvester, stoker Ft Wayne Gas Light Co, res 185 

Lafayette. 
Groman Miss Cecilia, dressmaker Mrs G J Stier, bds 112 W 

Creighton ave. 
Gronau Louis, laborer, bds 112 Hanna. 
Gronau Wm, laborer, res 112 Hanna. 
Gronau Wm, painter L B Johns, bds 112 Hanna. 
Grosh Martha, domestic 236 W Berry. 
Groshoff Franklin, teamster, bds 86 High. 
Groskup Kate, domestic 201 E Washington. 
Gross Charles, tallyman N G Olds & Sons, bds 136 VanBuren. 
Gross Rev Charles, pastor Emanuel Lutheran church, res 241 

W Jefferson. 
Gross Christian C, bookkeeper The Newspaper Union, res 92 

E Washington. 
Gross Frederick, laborer, bds 163 Van Buren. 
Gross Louis J, mach hand Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 40 Wall. 
Gross Martin C, clerk Keil & Bro, bds 241 W Jefferson. 
Gross Otto W, prescription clerk Meyer Bros & Co, bds 241 

W Jefferson. 
Gross Pauline (wid Frederick), res 163 Van Buren. 
Gross Rosa, domestic M J Lee. 

Grosvenor Harry, coal heaver N Y, C & St L Ry, res n s Bur- 
gess 2 w of DeGroff. 
Grote Frederick, turner N G Olds & Sons, res 37 Buchanan. 
Grothaus Henry, grocer 162 Holraan, res 194 E Wayne. 
Grothaus Joseph, helper P, Ft W & C Ry, bds 194 E Wayne. 
Grothaus Lizzie, tailoress A F Schoch, bds 194 E Wayne. 
Grotholtmann Adolph H, carpenter, res 46- 4th. 
Grout Mrs Barbara, clairvoyant 193 Calhoun, res same. 
Grout Mrs Frederick, res 193 Calhoun. 
Grout Mary A (wid William), bds 355 E Lewis. 
Grout Miss Minnie S, clerk A Mergentheim, bds 71 Laselle. 
Grout William H, brakeman, bds 323 Calhoun. 
Grove Maxwell J, boilermaker P, Ft W & C Ry, res 403 

Calhoun. 
Groves Oscar, brakeman P, Ft W & C Ry, res 181 Fairfield ave. 
Grozinger Christian, laborer, res s s Putnam 1 w of Short. 
Grubb Frank, brakeman P, Ft W & C Ry, res 196 Broadway. 
Gruber August, helper P, Ft W & C Ry, bds 206 Broadway. 
Gruber Edward J, sawyer Peters' Box & Lumber Co, bds 206 

Broadway. 
Gruber Frank J, cigars and tobacco 114^ Calhoun, rooms 148 



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at No. 5 East Columbia Street. 



T /^ T T TIT T Paints, Oils, Yamislies and 



Glass, at 90 Oallioun St. 



FORT WATNB DIRECTORY. 



Gruber Frank J, riveter Bass F «& M Works, bds s w cor 

Wilt and Van Buren. 
Gruber Jacob, patternmaker Bass F & M Works, bds 18 Wilt. 
Gruber Joseph L (Gruber & Gray), conductor P, Ft W & C 

Ry, res 21 Brackenridge. 
Gruber Josephine (wid Valentine), res 206 Broadway. 
Gruber J Anthony, fireman P, Ft W tfc C Ry, res 108 Jackson. 
Gruber Mary, laundress, bds 206 Broadway. 
Gruber Michael, Grocer 16 Wilt, res same. 
Gruber Sophronia, laundress, bds 206 Broadway. 
Gruber Valentine, boilermaker, bds 206 Broadway. 
tJruber & Gray (Joseph Gruber, James P Gray), Hard- 
ware .364 Calhoun. 
Gi-uby Caroline, domestic s w cor Walton ave and Pontiac. 
Grund Frederick, mason, res 59 Melita. 
Grund John H, tress hoop maker H Stephan & Co, res 424 E 

Washington. 
Grund Philip R, blacksmith, res n w cor Miner and DeWald. 
Grund Wm, brakeman P, Ft W & C Ry, res 225 Calhoun. 
Guenther Emil, patternmaker P, Ft W & C Ry, res 139 

Montgomery. 
Gaeiltlier Henry, Barber 318 E Washington, res 11 

Maumee road. 
Guese Wm E, actionmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 132 

Chicago. 
Guild Albert D, accountant Bass F & M Works, res 242 W 

Berry. 
Guild Charles G, bookkeeper A Hattersley & Son, bds 209 

Harrison. 
Guilman Joseph, laborer, bds Joseph Lauterne. 
Guinan S, brakeman P, Ft W «fe C Ry, res cor Cherry and 

Calhoun. 
Guizer Stephen, clerk, res 91 Montgomery. 
Guke Joseph, laborer, res 70 Webster. 
Gumpert Henry, laborer, res 14 Hood. 
Gumpper Christian C, confectionery and bakery 238 Calhoun, 

res same. 
Gumpper Jacob D, grocer 240 Calhoun, bds 238 same. 
Gunder Emanuel, coUarmaker Anne Racine, res 44 Wells. 
Gunkel Florian, bds 40 Nirdlinger ave. 
Gunkel Otto, laborer, res 40 Nirdlinger ave. 
Gunn George C, brakeman P, Ft W & C Ry, bds n s Hayden 

1 w of McCulloch. 
Gunn Lucien A, switchman W, St L & P Ry, res n s Hay- 
den 1 w of McCulloch. 
Gunther Silas, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 31 W Co- 

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Gurnett Thomas F, molder Bass F & M Works, res 35 

Buchanan. 
Gursch August, laborer, res n s DeWald 2 e of Oakley. 
Gushing Joseph, policeman, res 149 Holman. 
Gust Emma, domestic 219 W Wayne. 
Gust John, blacksmith Bass F «fc M Works, res s w cor 

Samuel and Oliver. 
Gutermuth Benjamin, baker Louis Fox, res 155 Broadway. 
Gutermuth Casper, turner Boseker, White & Co, res 39 W 

Jefferson. 
Gutermuth George, res 36 Wilt. 
Gutermuth Gertrude, domestic 155 W Wayne. 
Gutermuth Henry, blksmith P, F W & C Ry, res 56 DeWald. 
Gutermuth John G, laborer, res 207 Taylor. 
Gutermuth Lizzie, laundress, bds John Gutermuth. 
Gutermuth Valentine, clerk Root & Co, res 271 W Jefferson. 
Guthe Joseph, cabinetmaker Peters' Box & Lumber Co, res 

20 Webster. 
Guthrie Michael, brakeman G R & I R R, res 8 Bass. 



Haag Charles, stonecutter Wm & J J Geake, res 124 Wilt. 
Haag Frederick, mach hand Hoffman Bros, bds n w cor 

Wayne and Griffith. 
Haag Gottlieb, stonecutter Wm & J J Geake, bds 20 Pritchai-d. 
Haag John, clerk Tyler & Long, res 329 W Washington. 
Haag J Gottlieb, clerk, bds 329 W Washington. 
Haag Louisa (wid John), res 329 W Washington. 
Haak Frederick, butcher Fred Eckart, res 19 Pritchard. 
Haas August, porter Tremont House. 
Haas Charles S, city editor Ft Wayne Sentinel, rooms 60 E 

Wayne. 
Haas Herman F, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 1 John. 
Haas Louis H, truckman P, F W & C Ry, res 92 Montgomery. 
Haas Minnie, domestic 164 Broadway. 
Haase Albertina, domestic 52 E Jefferson. 
Haase August O W, spoketurner Boseker, White & Co, bds 

Baker House. 
Haase Frank, laborer, res 66 Maumee road. 
Habbeat Henry, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 1 Jones. 
Habecker Alice M, teacher Hoagland School, bds 110 W 

Washington. 
Habecker Charles W, dental student H C Sites, bds 25 W 

Lewis. 

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— JOHN RABIJS, — 

16 West Berry St., FOKT WAINE. 



POKT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 195 

Habecker Charles W, printer Ft Wayne Gazette, bds 145 

Ewing. 
Habecker Elias, carpenter, res 145 Ewing. 
Habecker Wm H, carp res n s New Haven road 4 e of 

Wayne Trace. 
Habel Andrew, shoemaker, res 172 Taylor. 
Habel Charles J, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 164 Taylor. 
Habel John G, machinist, bds 172 Taylor. 
Habel William G, action maker Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 

172 Taylor. 
Haberkorn Miss Annie, dressmaker, bds 393 Lafayette. 
Haberkorn Einil F, Dealer in Wines, Liquors, Cigars 

and Imported Lager 74 Calhoun, res 130 Harrison. 
Haberkorn Henry, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 393 La- 
fayette. 
Haberkorn Louis, mach hand Olds' Wagon Works, bds 393 

Lafayette. 
Haberkorn Theodore H, master mechanic F W, C & L R R, 

res 137 E Jefferson. 
Hackett David G, business manager The Sentinel, res 34 E 

Berry. 
Hackett Edward A K, Publisher and Proprietor Fort 

Wayne Sentinel 107 Calhoun, res same. {Seeadv,p 73.) 
Hackett Wm H, accountant, res 165 Griffith. 
Hackius Miss Amelia C, clerk S M Foster, bds 71 Brack- 

enridge. 
Hackius Andrew, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 71 Brackenridg e. 
Hackius F'Wm, clerk Root & Co, bds 71 Brackenridge. 
Hackius Gustav, clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds 71 Brackenridge. 
Hackius Paulina, clerk Bond's bakery, bds 71 Brackenridge. 
Hackman Frederick, stonemason, res w s Gay 5 s of Creigh- 

ton ave. 
Hackney Richard, hay dealer, res 108 Barr. 
Hadley John, blacksmith B H Baker, bds w s Walton ave 

nr Lillie. 
Haffner Christian, baker 37 W Berry, res same. 
Haffner Lawrence, mach, res n s DeWald 2 e of Calhoun. 
Hagan Ed, barber Ehrman & Geller, bds n w cor Clinton 

and Jefferson. 
Hagan Robert W, laborer J P Tinkham, res 1 Sturgis. 
Hagan Wm, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 50 Wall. 
Hagan Wilson R, laborer, res 1 Sturgis. 

Hagedorn Herman, checker P, F W & C Ry, res 50 Taylor. 
Hagemann Frederick W, cigarmaker Louis Bender, bds 188 

Broadway. 
Hagematin John O, printer, bds 188 Broadway. 

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Hagemann Joseph, gardener, res W, St L & P Ry 1 w of Ed- 
sall ave e of city limits. 

Hagemann Louis E, clerk Root & Co, bds 188 Broadway. 

Hagemann Sophie, domestic 24 W Wayne. 

Hagemann Wm F, supervisor, res 188 Broadway. 

Hagen Mary C (wid Frank), dressmaker, res 35 E Jefferson. 

Hagen Wm, blacksmith P, F W & C Ry, res 50 Wall. 

Hager George M, clerk, res 88 Barthold. 

Hagermann Henry, laborer Hoffman Bros, bds 215 W Main. 

Hagermann Johanna, domestic 49 E Lewis. 

Hagermann Lottie, domestic 104 Barr. 

Hagist Adolph, upholsterer, bds 43'7 E Washington. 

Hagist Edward, clerk Rohs & Erne, bds 437 E Washington. 

Hagist Elizabeth, domestic 179 Clinton. 

Hagist George T, laborer, res 437 E Washington. 

Hagist Herman, clerk, bds 437 E Washington. 

Hahn Henry, coremaker Bass F & M Works, res 217 John. 

Hahn Wm (I3rossard & Hahn), res 157 W Main. 

Haiber Charles F, butcher 122 Wells, bds 64 same. 

Haibei* Frederick, Notary Public and Collection Agent 
64 Wells, res same. 

Haiber George W, grocer 393 Lafayette, res 441 same. 

Haiber John" J, clerk, bds 64 Wells. 

Haiber Lorenz, butcher C F Haiber, bds 64 Wells. 

Haight Garrison, carpenter, res 40 Wells. 

Haight Marvel G, machinist G R Bickford & Co, res 426 E 
Washington. 

Haines, see also Haynes. 

Haines Edward, clerk S W Harmon, bds 278 Calhoun. 

Hair Hezekiah, collarmaker Anne Racine, bds 45 2d. 

Hair Jacob, bds 82 Wilt. 

Hake Emil, painter L O Hull, bds 74 Barr. 

Hake Frank (F Hake & Co), res 45 N Calhoun. 

Hake F & Co (Frank Hake), Proprs Fort Wayne Bot- 
tling Works 8 w cor Harrison and W Superior. 

Hake Wm, foreman L O Hull, res 142 W Wayne. 

Hake Mrs Wm, dressmaker 142 W Wayne, res same. 

Hakes Mary A (wid Nathan), bds John Cox. 

Haley Joseph, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 275 W 
Washington. 

Hall Mrs Anna M, res s w cor Calhoun and Columbia. 

Hall Beverly (Wagner & Hall), res 36 Clinton. 

Hall David, laborer, bds 133 E Lewis. 

Hall Dennis, engineer G R & I R R, bds 38 Baker. 

Hall Edward, pedler M Diehl & Co, res 27 Smith. 

Hall Miss Elmira, res 73 N Cass. 



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Tr IliriTTIiJ AKII^i ^^^ Merchant Tailor, keeps a 
r Wrll/IVlllNN l^rg-e stock of the latest styles 
I I I Vf L.I I XalTinilllJ of Goods, at 162 Calhoun St. 

FORT WAYNB DIRECTORY. 197 

Hall Mrs Elsie A, teacher Hoagland School, bds 110 Wash- 
ington. 
Hall Francis M, traveling agent, bds 64 Chicago. 
Hall Frank, laborer, bds 254 W Oreighton ave. 
Hall Frank, truckman P, F W & C Ry, bds 111 Taylor. 
Hall Henry B, Undertaker 380 Calhoun, res 3 Dawson. 

{See adv, p 75.) 
Hall Ira E, carpenter, bds 254 W Creighton ave. 
Hall James E, carpenter, bds 254 W Creighton ave. 
Hall Lavinia L (wid Thomas), res 64 Chicago. 
Hall Samantha B, Millinery and Fancy Goods 34 W 

Main, res 120 Clinton. 
Hall Silas S, blacksmith B H Baker, res n w cor Washington 

and Clinton. 
Hall Thomas, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res 73 Baker. 
Hall Thomas N, engineer W, 'St L & P Ry, bds 254 W 

Creighton ave. 
Hall W H, fireman 6 R & I R R, res 38 Baker. 
Hallabaugh Eliza, chambeemaid Harmon House. 
Haller Gottlieb, Meat Market 366 Calhoun, res same. 
Hallman Robert, carpenter, res 394 E Washington. 
Halman H F, fireman, rooms 224 Calhoun. 
Halmyer Wm,mach liand Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 17 Gay. 
Hamahan Timothy, laborer, res 24 Bass. 
Hambrock Frederick H, laborer N G Olds & Sous, bds w s 

Jane 1 s of Leith. 
Hambrock Frederick J, laborer Bass F & M Works, res w s 

Jane 1 s of Leith. 
Hambrock Wm J, bricklayer, bds w s Jane 1 s of Leith. 
Hamel H Lewis, dry goods 88 E Main, res same. 
Hamil Anna J (wid John W), ret. 95 Clay. 
Hamil Arthur, clerk, bds 95 Clay. 

Hamil Permilla F, teacher Training School, bds 95 Clay. 
Hamilton Allan, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 19 Holman. 
Hamilton Andrew H, res s w cor Clinton and E Lewis. 
Hamilton Bridget (wid John), res 151 W Wayne. 
Hamilton Miss Eliza, bds s e cor E Lewis and Clinton. 
Hamilton Elizabeth (wid James), bds 52 Williams. 
Hamilton Emerine J (wid Allen), res s e cor E Lewis and 

Clinton. 
Hamilton E Lcjuise, teacher Clay School, bds 91 Williams. 
Hamilton Miss Frank, principal Hoagland School, bds 151 W 

Wayne. 
Hamilton Frederick R, machinist W, St L <fe P Ry, bds 91 

Williams. 
Hamilton Homestead, s e cor E Lewis and Clinton. 

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Hamilton James A, brickmkr Joseph Fremion, bds w s Hanna 
s of Pontiac. 

Hamilton James A, bds 151 W Wayne. 

Hamilton Miss Jane A, seamstress, res 242 E Wayne. 

Hamilton John C, springmaker W, St L & P Ry, res 96 W 
Washington. 

Hamilton John H, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 98 Baker. 

Hamilton Joseph, laborer, res 57 Huffman. 

Hamilton Miss Margaret G, bds s e cor E Lewis and Clinton. 

Hamilton Montgomery (Huestis & Hamilton), res w s Clinton 
1 s of E Lewis. 

Hamilton National Banli: The, Charles McCul- 
loch Pres, John Mohr jr Cashr 44 Calhoun. 

Hamilton Peter, boilermaker W, St L & P Ry, res w s Hanna 
nr Pontiac. 

Hamilton Robert, bartender, rooms Keystone Block. 

Hamilton Robert J, mach W, St L & P Ry, res 91 Williams. 

Hamilton Wm J, sawyer Hoffman Bros, res 255 W Wayne. 

Hamlet Jesse, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds 60 Bracken- 
ridge. 

Hammill Harry H, saloon 6 E Columbia, res same. 

Hammond Martin E, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 26 Holman. 

Hammontree Miss Emma, bds 156 Wallace. 

Hamroed Andrew.mach P, F W& C Ry, res 60 E Washington. 

Hanby Brainard O, manager Ft Wayne Call, bds 59 W 
Superior. 

Hanby Catherine (wid Benjamin R), res 59 W Superior. 

Hance John P, deputy sheriff, res 85 E Washington. 

Hanchette James, steward Fort Wayne College, res same. 

Hanchette Mrs James, teacher of painting Fort Wayne Col- 
lege, res same. 

Handler Joseph, machine hand, bds 37 Walnut. 

Handler Peter, mason, res 37 Walnut. 

Haneck George, laborer, bds n w cor Thomas and Samuel. 

Haney Anna M (wid Anton), res n s 4th 1 w of Wells. 

Hanger Christian, gardener, res w s Spy Run ave n of brickyard. 

Hanhauer Salome, domestic 79 DeWald. 

Hankens Bernard,bricklayer,res n s Suttenfield 2 e of Lafayette. 

Hankens Irving T, laborer Bass F & M Works, bds n s Sut- 
tenfield 2 e of Lafayette. 

Hanley Paul J, finisher N G Olds & Sons, res 51 Baker. 

Hanmer Flora A (wid Edgar), bds Anna Monroe. 

Hanna Eliza (wid Samuel), res s s E Lewis opp Division. 

Hanna Elizabeth C (wid Honry C), res 135 E Berry. 

Hanna Frederick S, mach P, F W & C Ry, bds 70 Barr. 

Hanna Henry C (Sinclair & Hanna), res 135 E Berry. 



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Hanna Homestead, bds s s E Lewis opp Division. 

Hanna Hugh T, res s s E Lewis opp Division. 

Hanna, James T (Carnahan, Hanna & Co), res 266 W Wayne. 

Hanna Oliver S, with Nuttmau & Co, res s e cor W Berry and 

Union. 
Hanna Robert, foreman C L Olds & Co, bds Tremont House. 
Hanna Samuel T, real estate, res 288 W Berry. 
Hanna Sarah C (wid Charles), res 70 Barr. 
Hanna S Frederick, machinist P, F W & C Ry, bds 70 Barr. 
Hanna School, s w cor Hanna and Wallace. 
Hanuenk George, laborer Rhinesmith & Simonson, bds e s 

Thomas nr E Creighton ave. 
Hanrahan John, bartender Thomas Ahern, bds n w cor Har- 
rison and 1st. 
Hans Adam, blacksmith, res 120 Wallace. 
Hans Charles A, blacksmith N Y, C & St L Ry, res 135 

W Wayne. 
Hansen Peter C, mach hand P, F W & C Ry, res 208 Monroe. 
Hanser Jean, draftsman Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 116 

Creighton ave. 
Hanson Albert C, blksmith Olds' Wagon Works, res 4 Charles. 
Hanson Joseph, sawfiler Hoffman Bros, res 395 Broadway. 
Hanson Richard C, plumber A Hattersley & Son, res 48 E 

Wayne. 
Happ Louis, laborer, bds e s Walton ave s of E Lewis. 
Happ Michael, laborer, res 264 E Wayne. 
Harber Gertrude, domestic 0."? W Wayne. 
Harber Henry, clerk C D Porter, bds 390 Hanna. 
Harber Peter, mach P, F W & C Ry, res 390 Hanna. 
Harbison C Wilson, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds 19 Baker. 
Hardendorf Charles J, brickmaker Joseph Fremion, bds same. 
Hardendorf Eugene R, trav agt Coombs & Co, res 39 Wilt. 
Hardendorf Theodore, turner Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 22 

Barthold. 
Hardesty Mary, cook Tremont House, rooms 119 Lafayette. 
Hardesty Wra H, laborer, res 119 Lafayette. 
Harding David W, mach P, F W & C Ry, res 410 Lafayette. 
Harding Perry, laborer, bds 42 W Main. ,^.^ 

Hardung Frederick, merchant tailor 128 Calbi^n, res 207 

Madison. \^^ 

Harges Theodore, woodworker City Carriage Works^ds 329 

E Washington. 
Harges Wm, blacksmith Olds' Wagon Works, bds 329 E 

Washington. 
Haring George, teamster N G Olds & Sons, res 15 West. 
Harkemper Wm, clerk H C Graffe, bds 25 E Main. 

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Harkenrider, see also Hergenrader. 

Harkenridei- Henry J, carp P, F W & C Ry, res 37 Force. 

Harkenrider John, carp P, F W & C Ry, res 191 Hanna. 

Harkenrider Joseph, riveter N G Olds & Sons, res 31 Smith. 

Harmer School, n w cor Harmer and E Jefferson. 

Harmeyer Frederick W, teamster Rhinesmith & Simonson, 

res 70 Murray. 
Harmeyer Henry J, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 17 Gay. 
Harmeyer Miss Mary L, bds 17 Gay. 
Harmeyer Wm, machine hand Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 

17 Gay. 
Harmon Daniel, Proprietor Harmon House, res same. 
Harmon Daniel J, clerk Harmon House, bds same. 
Harmon House, Daniel Harmon Proprietor, n w cor 

Calhoun and Chicago. 
Harmon John C, res 14 W Berry. 

Harmon Samuel W, restaurant 278 Calhoun, res same. 
Harnischfeger Elizabeth (wid Martin), res 78 Buchanan. 
Harnischfeger Peter, boiler washer P, F W & C Ry, res 78 

Buchanan. 
Harper James (Harper & Bowers), res 163 E Wayne. 
Harper James B (Robertson & Harper), bds 9 E Wayne. 
Harper Thomas J, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, res 163 

Clinton. 
Harper & Bowers (James Harper, Lewis H Bowers), hats, caps 

and gents' furnishing goods 36 Calhoun. 
Harpster Henry M, sec Standard Life Association, bds 126 

Harrison. 
Harries John (J Harries & Co), res 63 W Jefferson. 
Harries Wm, clerk J Harries & Co, bds 63 W Jefferson. 
Harries J ife Co (John Harries, Wm Schmidt), file manufactur- 
ers and hardware 126 Calhoun. 
Harrington Charles M, caller NY, C & St L Ry, bds Tremont 

House. 
Harris Adelia (wid George W), res 252 E Lewis. 
Harris Edward, finisher A Hattersley & Son, bds 38 Brack- 

enridge. 
Harris Miss Ella F, physician 48 W Wayne, res same. 
Harris Ellwood E, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res 28 Gay. 
Harris George L, mach P, F W & C Ry, res 183 Montgomery. 
Harris Henry E, brassmolder P, F W & C Ry, bds 252 E Lewis. 
Harris John H, laborer, bds 184 W Main. 
Harris Joseph, waiter W T Lamb, rooms 54 W Main. 
Harris Joseph A, clerk F K Safford & Co, bds 126 Harrison. 
Harris layman P, Homoeopathic Physician 48 W 

Wayne, res same. 

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Harrison George, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds Sallier 

House. 
Harrison J S, iireman P, F W &, C Ry, bds Harmon House. 
Harrison Mattie B, waiter Plarmon House. 
Harrison Robert H, Foreman Car Machine Shop P, 

F W <fe C Ry, res 22 Charles. 
Harrison Wm, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 30 Madison. 
Harrison Wm H, brakeman, res 145 Fairfield ave. 
Harrod Mary, res 43 E Superior. 
Harsoh John, teamster, res 94 Summit. 
Harshman John N, helper Bass F & M Works, res s 8 Poplar 

1 e of Oakley. 
Hart Chauneey S, finisher Boseker, White & Co, bds 386 E 

Washington. 
Hart David, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 63 Grand. 
Hart George C, truckman P, F W & C Ry, res 33 Smith. 
Hart Miss Jennie, dressmaker, bds 296 W Jefferson. 
Hart Wm, hostler, bds 239 E Washington. 
Harter George M (Harter & Son), res 154 Broadway. 
Harter Joseph (Harter & Son), res 170 W Main. 
Harter Joseph M, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res 205 E 

Washington. 
Harter Mary C, teacher Jefferson School, bds 241 W Wayne. 
Harter Noble, clerk and operator N Y, C & St L Ry, res n e 

cor Center and Elm. 
Harter Philip, clerk Root & Co, res 202 W Washington. 
Harter Valentine, laborer Olds' Wagon Works. 
Harter & Son (Joseph and George M), blacksmiths 170 W 

Main. 
Hartigan James, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry. 
Hartle Wm, servant 154 W Berry. 
Hartman Charles, laborer, res w s Strawberry 1 n of W, St L 

&PRy. 
Hartman Eliza (wid George R), bds 161 W.Washington. 
Hartman George O, teamster J P Tinkham, res 118 Franklin. 
Hartman Herbert T, clerk, bds H C Hartman. 
Hartman Herman, res 130 E Washington. 
Hartman Homer C (Hartman & Fleming), deputy clerk U S 

Courts, i-es n s Maple ave 1 w of Broadway. 
Hartman Jacob, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, bds 191 Hanna. 
Hartman John, laborer, res w s Franklin ave 1 s of Putnam. 
Hartman John H, grocery 126 E Washington, res same. 
Hartman Joseph R, laborer, bds John Hartman. 
Hartman l<eni R, Cashier Fir.st National Bank, res 241 

W Wavne. 
Hartman Peter, engineer G R & I R R, res 133 Wallace. 



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Hartman Regina, clerk Louis Wolf & Co, bds 130 E Wash- 
ington. 

Hartman Selah S, laborer, bds John Hartman. 

Hartman S Brenton (Hartman & Mason), res s w cor S Broad- 
way and Maple ave. 

Hartman Theresa (wid Adolph), res 344 E Wayne. 

Hartman Wilton W, traveling agent, res 161 W Washington. 

Hartman & Fleming (Homer C Hartman, Oliver E Fleming), 
lawyers 22 W Berry. 

Hartman & Mason (S Brenton Hartman, Lewis J Mason), 
dentists 14 W Berry. 

Hartmann Christian, res 49 W Jefferson. 

Hartmann David G, fireman, bds 69 Melita. 

Hartmann Frederick, painter P, F W & C Ry, bds 215 Hanna. 

Hartmann Henry F, helper P, F W & C Ry, res s w cor 
Creighton ave and John. 

Hartmann Joseph H, clerk Wm Lichtsinn, bds 344 E Wayne. 

Hartmann Margaret (wid Amos), bds 362 E Wayne. 

Hartmann Philip, section hand P, F W & C Ry, res w s Lillie 
1 s of Creighton ave. 

Hartmann Valentine, laborer N G 01ds& Sons, res 129 Taber. 

Hartmann Valentine jr, coremaker Bass F & M Works, bds 
129 Taber. 

Hartnett Miss Ellen, res 317 Calhoun. 

Hartnett Francis, foreman work train, bds 9 Buchanan. 

Hartnett Frank, riveter Bass F & M Works, bds 68 Baker. 

Hartnett Miss Honora, bds 9 Buchanan. 

Hartnett James, switchman L S & M S Ry, res 317 Calhoun. 

Hartnett Miss Johanna, bds 9 Buchanan. 

Hartnett John, bds 68 Baker. 

Hartnett John W, laborer, res 317 Calhoun. 

Hartnett Miss Kate, bds 9 Buchanan. 

Hartnett Margaret (wid James), res 25 Baker. 

Hartnett Miss Margaret B, bds 9 Buchanan. 

Hartnett Maurice, flagman P, F W & C Ry, res 9 Buchanan. 

Hartnett Maurice M, section foreman N Y, C «& St L Ry, bds 
9 Buchanan. 

Hartnett Murray, bookkeeper Bass F & M Works, bds 133 E 
Berry. 

Hartnett Peter R, clerk S M Foster, bds 68 Baker. 

Hartnett Richard, mach P, Ft W & C Ry, res 68 Baker. 

Hartnett Richard E, printer, bds 25 Baker. 

Hartnett Wm M, painter P, Ft W & C Ry, bds 25 Baker. 

Hartrampf Paul, boilermaker Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, res 24 
Chicago. 

Hartshorn Alzina M (wid Luther), res 315 W Main. 



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Hartshorn Salem J, fruits'and confectionery 172 Calhoun, res 

same. 
Hartstein Andrew, lab Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 76 Taylor. 
Hartsuff Pboebe (wid Joseph L), bds 235 W Jefferson. 
Hartsuff Wm D, clerk P, Ft W & C Ry, res 235 W Jef- 
ferson. 
Hartwig Herman H (C Schiefer & Son), res 113 Lafayette. 
Hartzell John, brakeman P, Ft W & C Ry, bds Sallier House. 
Hartzell Solomon, blacksmith, res 56 Williams. 
Harwick Persie (wid Philip), bds 64 W Main. 
Haselmire Sophia, domestic 32 Clinton. 
Haskell George W, teamster, res 50 Melita. 
Haskell James, timber dealer, bds 50 Melita. 
Haskell James M, clerk, bds 50 Melita. 

Haslup James A, helper P, Ft W & C Ry, res 212 Lafayette. 
Hass Jacob, helper Bass F & M Works, res 87 Hanna. 
Hassinger Wm H, conductor G R & I R R, res 302 Hanna. 
Hassler Anson li, Mnfr of Iron and Wire Fencing, 

Cresting, Bank and Office Railing, etc 88 Broadway, res 

68 Wilt. {See adv, 2) 57.) 
Hassler Charles, engineer Troy steam laundry, bds 103 W 

Main. 
Hastings George W, fireman L S & M S Ry, bds H O Fitch. 
Hasty John, city express, res 165 Clinton. 
Hasty S Webster, plasterer, resides 101 N Cass. 
Haswell Miss Emma, bds 27 Oliver. 
Haswell George I, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 27 

Oliver. 
Haswell Mrs George I, groceries 27 Oliver, res-same. 
Hatfield George, laborer, bds Oliver House. 
Hatfield Jacob, laborer J P Tiukham, res 27 Lavina. 
Hatfield Jennie, domestic Oliver House. 
Hatfield Wm, carriagemaker L B Johns, res 42 Wells. 
Hathaway John, res s s W Main 2 e of Muncie R R. 
Hathaway John jr, farmer, res Lake nr canal feeder w of 

Franklin ave. 
Hattendorf Caroline (wid Wm), res e s St Mary's ave 1 n of 

N Y, C & St L Ry. 
Hattendorf Henry, laborer Bass F «fe M Works, bds e s St 

Mary's ave 1 n of N Y, C «fe St L Ry. 
Hattersley Alfred (A Hattersley & Son),' res 173 W Wayne. 
Hattersley Byron E (A Hattersley & Son), res 130 E Wayne. 
Hattersley Willis (A Hattersley & Son), res 60 E Washington. 
Hattersley A & Son (Alfred, Willis and Byron E), 

Plumbers and Gas Fitters 48 E Main. (/See back cover.) 
Haudenchild Jacob, laborei', res4(i Laselle. 

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Hauer Frederica (wid Herman), res 55 W Wayne. 

Hauk Theodore, laborer N Leonard & Son, res Lima plank 

road. 
Hausbach Jacob, blacksmith W, St L & P Ry, rea 164 Fair- 
field ave. 
Hausbach Jacob jr, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 38 W 

DeWald. 
Hausbach Michael, mach W, StL &P Ry, res 28 W DeWald. 
Hauser John, draughtsman, bds 116 Creighton ave. 
Hausmann Charles, laborer Bass F & M Works, res w s Wal- 
ton ave nr Pontiac. 
Hauss Cecil machine hand, bds 320 Calhoun. 
Hauss Daniel F, plumber, bds 8 McClellan. 
Hauss Herman, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 1^ John. 
Hauss John, printer, bds 84 W Lewis. 
Hauss Susan (wid David), res 8 McClellan. 
Haven Isaac B, clerk L S & M S Ry, bds 20 Leith. 
Haverley Anthony blksmith P, F W & C Ry, res 1 VO Madison. 
Haverley George N, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 170 Madison. 
Haverley Jennie E, tailoress N B Young, bds 170 Madison. 
Haverley Miss Margaret F, clerk, bds 86 E Main. 
Havert Louis J, laborer P, F W & C Ry, bds 119 Holman. 
Havert Mary (wid Theodore), res 119 Holman. 
Hawes Cecil S, machine hand Olds' Wagon Works, bds 284 

Calhoun. 
Hawk Benjamin, laborer, res 177 Calhoun. 
Hawkensmith Mattie, domestic 262 Calhoun. 
Hayden Elizabeth (wid Isaac), bds 220 W Washington. 
Hayden Frederick J, real estate 68 Barr, res s s E Lewis opp 

Division. 
Hayden John W (Hayden & Douglass), lawyer, res w s 

Thompson ave 1 s of Maple ave. 
Hayden & Douglass (John W Hayden, Wm V 

Douglass, Real Estate, Loan and Collection Agents 26 

Court. 
Hayes Daniel M, conductor G R & I R R, bds s s Horace 

5 e of Thomas. 
Hayes Dennis, street supervisor, res 76 Chicago. 
Hayes Dennis, engine foreman W, St L & P Ry, res 31 

Colerick. 
Hayes Henry M, mach Bass F & M Works, bds 320 Calhoun. 
Hayes James J, conductor G R & I R R, res s s Horace 

5 e of Thomas. 
Hayes James J, fireman P, F W & C Ry, bds 37 Baker. 
Hayes John P, draughtsman Bass F & M Works, bds 46 E 

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Hayes John W, master mechanic Bass F & M Works, res 46 

E Jefferson. 
Hayes Thomas D, laborer, res 25 Coferick. 
Haynes, see also JIaines. 

Haynes Frank, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 36 Williams. 
Haynes John M, engineer, bds 36 Williams. 
Haynes M B, fireman G R & I R R, bds Darrow House. 
Haynes Richard, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Tremont 

House. 
Hays Charles A (Hays & Wilson), Real Estate and 

Loan Agent 28 Post Office Bldg, res n s Maria e of 

Rumsey ave. 
Hays Richard M, route agent Ft W, C & L R R, res 346 W 

Washington. 
Hays & Wilson (Charles A Hays, Thomas W Wilson), 

Lawyers 28 Post Office Bldg. 
Hayum Joseph, bookkeeper S Chaska & Co, bds 95 W Berry. 
Hayward Wm H, mach hand Boseker, White & Co, res 191 

E Lewis. 
Hayworth Wm, teamster John Wilson & Co, res n w oor 

Monroe and E Lewis. 
Hazzard, see also Hessert. 
Hazzard Louis H, bailiff, res 41 Marion. 

Hazzard Wm E, cigarmaker LDessauer& Co, bds 41 Marion. 
Head Irving T, laborer, res s s Riverside ave. 
Headerhorst Minnie, domestic 179 W Berry. 
Headford Charles H, office boy Fleming House. 
Headford Samuel, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 

w s Fairfield ave opp organ factory. 
Heady Winton, teamster J H Cody, res 223 W Main. 
Healy Frank J, City Editor Fort Wayne Gazette, bds 

Aveline House. 
Healy Kate, domestic 169 Ewing. 
Heath Wilbur F, teacher ' of music Public Schools, res 

154 Griffith. 
Heathman David, teamster, res s w cor Franklin and Archer. 
Heaton Charjes E, physician 27 Calhoun, bds 32 E Wayne. 
Hebbisen George M, constablg, res 52 Williams. 
Hebert Oliver, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res n w cor 

Thomas, and Horace. 
Heche Miss Cecilia S, res 8 Erie. 
Hecht Mary ^wid George J), res 88 Lasselle. 
Hecht Mary (wid Joseph), res 235 E Wayne. 
Hecke Harmon, teamster Huestis & Hamilton, res 152 E Wash- 
ington. 
Heckert Johanna (wid Henry), res 421 E Washington. 

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Heckler George, saloon 44 W Main, res cor Jackson and Union. 
Heckman John, coachman Edwin Evans, res Washington nr 

Broadway. 
Hedekin Ellen (wid Michael), res 95 E Main. 
Hedekin House, James Wilkinson proprietor, 25 Barr. 
Hedekin Thomas B, res 94 W Wayne. 
Hedges Bailey S, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 36 Bass. 
Hedges Edward, laborer Ft W, C & L R R, res 73 High. 
Hedges Thomas J, foreman tank shop P, F W & C Ry, res 

323 W Main. 
Hedinger Frank, tailor, bds 29 Grand. 
Hedsched Henry, car repairer P, F W & C Ry, res Adams 

township. 
Heffelfinger John M, clerk Owen, Pixley & Co, res 200 W 

Columbia. 
Heffelfinger John W, laborer Hoffman Bros, bds 200 W Col- 
umbia. 
Heffernan Wm, laborer Hoffman Bros, bds 205 W Main. 
Heffert John, baker, res 98 Montgomery. 
Heger George M, clerk B W Skelton, res S8 Barthold. 
Heidenreich Araand, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 116 W 

DeWald. 
Heidenreich Annie, domestic 126 W Main. 
Heidenreich Henry, teamster Wilding & Son, bds 26 W 

DeWald. 
Heidenreich Jacob, teamster Wilding & Son, bds 26 W 

DeWald. 
Heidenreich John, cupola tender Bass F & M Works. 
Heider Albert, mason, res 319 W Washington. 
Heidwinkel Henry, res 267 E Jefferson. 
Heikowski Florentina (wid Ferdinand), res e s John 1 s of E 

Creighton ave. 
Heil Frederick, teamster Fred Eckart, bds 91 E Wayne. 
Heilbroner Abraham, produce dealer, res 62 W Main. 
Heilbrom-r Louis, clerk J B White, bds 62 W Main. 
Heilbroner Louis (L Heilbroner & Co and M N Jacobs & Co), 

bds 56 W Wayne. 
Heilbroner L & Co (Louis Heilbroner), cigars and tobacco 

10 W Berry. 
Heilbroner Samuel, with L Heilbroner & Co, res 56 W 

Wayne. 
Heilbroner Samuel A, shoemaker 27 Pearl, bds 62 W Main. 
Heim Joseph, clerk, bds 97 W Berry. 
Heimroth Andrew, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 60 E 

Washington. 
Heine Frederick C, painter, res 139 Wallace. 



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Heine Frederick W, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 52 Doug- 
lass ave. 

Heine Henry W G, laborer, bds 26 Chicago. 

Heine John, carpenter, bds 226 E Lewis. 

Heine John C, helper, res 98 Madison. 

Heine Wm, carpenter, res 226 E Lewis. 

Heine Win F, wiper P, F W & C Ry, res 167 Hanna. 

Heiner Minnie, domestic Mrs Yetta Dessauer. 

Heingartner Emma, tailoress C B Schoenlein, bds 155 W Main. 

Heingartner Frederick, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 155 
W Main. 

Heingartner Savilla (wid Martin), res 155 W Main. 

Heingartner Wm D, cash L Wolf & Co, bds 155 W Main. 

Heinlen Bridget (wid John), res .319 Lafayette. 

Heinlen Frank G, engineer W, St L & P Ry, bds 304 Harrison. 

Heinlen Wm J, mach W, St L & P Ry, res 304 Harrison. 

Heinnicke August T, cigarmaker C Wenninghoff, res 196 
Ewing. 

Heinrich Louis, librarian Lutheran Library Association, res 45 
Monroe. 

Heiny Barbara (wid Clemens E), bds 108 Jackson. 

Heiny Clement, clerk, bds 122 E Wayne. 

Heiny Erhart J, saloon 22 W Main, res same. 

Heiny Nicholas, clerk A C Trentman, res 122 E Wayne. 

Heit Alexander, butcher, res 74 Wells. 

Heit Amos, lime ^dealer, res 127 W DeWald. 

Heit Anthony W, traveling agent Louis Fox, bds 188 Griffith. 

Heit Charles,' clerk Zoeller & Merz, bds 129 DeWald. 

Heit Christopher, trav agent Louis Fox, res 190 Griffith. 

Heit Joseph J, clerk N G Olds & Sons, bds 188 Griffith. 

Heit Josephine (wid Anthony), res 188 Griffith. 

Heitzler Joseph, machinist Bass F & M Works, bds 400 E 
Washington. 

Heitzler Joseph J, baker, res 400 E Wayne. 

Heldt Barbara (wid John M), bds 182 E Wayne. 

Heldt John (Shidel & Heldt), res 182 E Wayne. 

Heldt Miss Lizzie, bds 182 E Wayne. 

Hele Andrew, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 74 Murray. 

Helker, see Hilker, also Hilleker. 

Heller Wm L, foreman Peters' Box and Lumber Co, res 127 
W Superior. 

Helling Frederick, ice dealer, res 83 W Washington. 

Helman J T, fireman P, F W & C Ry, bds 224 Calhoun. 

Helmbaus Adam, laborer, res 7 1 Huffman. 

Helmes Frederica, bds 82 Baker. 

Helmkamp Henry (Glass, Seheiman & Co), res 344 Broadway. 



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Helmke F W Edward, shoemaker 216 Calhoun, res 13 Douglass. 

Helmke Herman, shoemaker F W E Helmke, bds 13 Douglass. 

Hemphill Wm A, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res 61 Brack- 
enridge. 

Hench George R, foreman Ft Wayne Sentinel, res 19 E 
Washington. 

Hench John M, bailiff Criminal Court 10 W Main, bds 105 
W Berry. 

Hench Hon Samuel M, judg§ Criminal Court 10 W Main, bds 
9 E Wayne. 

Hendershot Robert, fireman G R & I R R, res 257 Calhoun. 

Henderson Alexander, engineer W, St L & P Ry, res 18 
Walnut. 

Henderson Andrew R, supt Summit City Woolen Mills, res 
115 E Wayne. 

Henderson Angeline M (wid Wm D), res 86 E Main. 

Henderson Ai-thur, picker woolen mill, bds 107 E Superior. 

Henderson B, fireman, bds 257 Calhoun. 

Henderson Charles, mach P, F W & C Ry, bds 136 E Lewis. 

Henderson Charles W, clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds 115 E 
Wayne. 

Henderson David, dyer French, Hanna & Co, res 100 E 
Superior. 

Henderson David S, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 27 Derry. 

Henderson Henry C, machinist EJB'Kunkle, res 238 E Wash- 
ington. 

Henderson Samuel C, foreman tin and coppersmith P, F W & 
C Ry, res 169 E Washington. 

Henderson Thomas, painter P, F W & C Ry, bds 15 E Jef- 
ferson. 

Henderson Wm D, flour and feed 69 E Columbia, bds 86 E 
Main. 

Hendler Joseph, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 37 Walnut. 

Hendrie James S, foreman Olds' Wagon Works, bds 164 
Lafayette. 

Hendrix George A, brakeraan P, F W & C Ry, res e s Eu- 
clid ave 2 s of Mercer. 

Hendshlegel Anton, laborer C Strasburg, res e end Columbia. 

Hengesteler Charles, brickmaker A Ormiston & Bro, bds A 
Ormiston. 

Hengsteler John M, brickmaker J A Koehler, res n e cor 
Hanna and Pontiac. 

Henkel Christina, domestic 197 W Wayne. 

Henkel Ferdinand, wagonmakerC Lauvev Bros,res 203 Taylor. 

Henkenius August, laborer W, St L & P Ry, bds 22 3d. 

Henkenius Clemens, shipping clerk F Hake & Co, res 22 3d. 

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Henkenius Dinie (wid Frank), res 22 3d. 
Henkenius Florentine, packer Louis Fox, bda 22 3d. 
Henkenius Frank, truckman L S & M S Ry, res 22 3d. 
Henkenius George, bookkeeper F Hake & Co, res 45 N Cal- 

lioun. 
Henkenius Peter, candymaker Louis Fox, res 65 4th. 
Henker Charles F, blksmith P, F W & C Ry, res 40 Charles. 
Henker Charles F jr, barber 333 Lafayette, bds 40 Charles. 
Hennessey John, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds s w cor 

Thomas and Grant. 
Henninger Gottlieb, laborer, res w s Spy Run ave. 
Heni-y August, shoemaker, bds 271 Calhoun. 
Henry Jacob, Boot and Shoemaker 271 Calhoun, res 

same. 
Henry James M, carpenter Kendrick & Shrimpton, rooms 118 

Harrison. 
Henry, conductor N Y,C & St L Ry, bds Tremont House. 
Hensch August, teamster P, F W & C Ry, res s s Eckart 2 e 

of Hanna. 
Henschen Ernst H, coremaker Bass F «fe M Works, res 242 E 

Jefferson. 
Henschen Henry G, car oiler P, F W & C Ry, res Vorder- 

mark's addition e of limits. 
Henschen Henry J, clerk Coombs & Co, res 164 Ewing. 
Henschen Wm R, mach P, F W & C Ry, res 222 Francis. 
Henscil Albert G, propr Racine House n e cor N Cass and Ist. 
Hensel Annie, dressmaker Miss H Gebele, bds 8 Clark. 
Hensel Christian, bds 184 Fairfield ave. 

Hensel Frederick W, machinist C L Olds & Co, res 8 Clark. 
Henser Peter, bricklayer, res 37 Miner. 

Henshaw Carroll H, mach P, F W & C Ry, bds 320 Calhoun. 
Henze Wm, shoemaker 110 Wells, res 103 same. 
Henzler Adam, laborer, bds e s Hanna 4 s of Creighton ave. 
Henzler Efa, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 118 Creighton ave. 
Henzler Ervin, laborer, bds e s Hanna 4 s of Creighton ave. 
Henzler Eva (wid Adam), res e s Hanna 4 s of Creighton ave. 
Herber Valentine, machinist, res 107 John. 
Herbert Henry, laborer W, St L & P Ry, res 7 Jones. 
Herbst Frederick, laborer, res 507 E Lewis. 
Herbst Otto P, barber 318 Lafayette, res same. 
IIercule§ Powder Co, C R Jenne Agent 88 Barr. 

{See aclv, p 75.) 
Hergenrader, see also Harkenrider. 

Hergenrader Joseph, brickmason, res 389 E Washington. 
Hergenrader Joseph, helper Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 43 

Nirdlinger ave. 

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Hergenrader Margaret (wid George), res 43 Nirdlinger ave. 

Hergenrader Michael, plasterer, res s e cor Hood and P, P W 
& C Ry. 

Herich Henry, laborer, bds 225 Broadway. 

Herlihy Ellen M (wid Thomas), res 48 Baker. 

Herlihy Michael, conductor P, F W & C W Ry, res 309 La- 
fayette. 

Herman Charles, laborer, res 101 Maumee road. 

Herman John, engineer Hoosier Mnfg Co, res 40 Boon. 

Hermann John, painter, bds 12 Force. 

Hermeler Henry, laborer, res 177 W Water. 

Hermsdorfer Frederick C, clerk G A Hermsdorfer, bds 281 W 
Jefferson. 

Hermsdorfer George A, boots and shoes 4 E Columbia, res 281 
W Jefferson.. 

Hern Wm, laborer G R & I R R, res 38 Melita. 

Herner Peter, laborer P, F W & C Ry, bds 69 Buchanan. 

Herpel Ullrich, spoketurner N G Olds & Sons, bds 137 Force. 

Herpel Wm, spoketurner N G Olds & Sons, bds 137 Force. 

Herr Charles, brickmaker Wm Miller, bds same. 

Herr Christina (wid Peter), bds Mrs Christina Vordermark. 

Herr George, foreman Jacoby & Wiegand, res 64 McClelland. 

Herring George J, laborer, bds 15 West. 

Herring John P, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res 33 Williams. 

Herring Lemuel E, clerk P G Tompkins, bds 270| Calhoun. 

Herring Mary E (wid Lemuel), res 237 Lafayette. 

Herring Sebilla (wid Peter), res 15 West. 

Herring Zenas, laborer, res 29 Hood. 

Herrington Edwin B, carpenter, res 68 Dawson. 

Herrmann D Alexander, collector, res 15 E Wayne. 

Herrmann E George, laborer Coombs & Co, res n e cor Mau- 
mee ave and Walter. 

Herrmann George, clerk G E Spiegel, bds 36 Nirdlinger ave. 

Herrmann Michael, carpenter, bds 173 Montgomery. 

Herrold Allan, hostler Powers & Barnett, bds 212 Broadway. 

Herrold Emma P, laundress, bds 212 Broadway. 

Herrold Perry H, laborer, res 212 Broadway. 

Herrold Revere H, clerk, bds 212 Broadway. 

Herschfelder Lucas, mason, res 360 E Wayne. 

Hersh, see also Hirsch and Harsh. 

Hersh Joseph W, baggagemaster N Y, C & St L Ry, res n s 
Putnam 1 e of St Mary's ave. 

Hershey Christian M, tanner, res 333 W Main. 

Hertwig Paul, carpet weaver 287 E Lewis, res same. 

Herzler Joseph, teamster Bass F & M Works, res 126 Madison. 

Hesemeier Henry, mason, res 15 Lavina. 

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Hess Charlotte (wid Jacob), res s w cor Lafayette and Leith. 
Hess Jacob, house mover, bds s w cor Lafayette and Leith. 
Hess Jacob, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 52 Hanna. 
Hess John, truckman, res 132 3d. 
Hess Nicholas W, wagonmaker Olds' Wagon Works, res s s 

Elizabeth 6 w of Spy Run ave. 
Hess Philip J, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 132 E Creigh- 

ton ave. 
Hess Wm, machine hand Olds' Wagon Works, bds s s Eliza- 
beth 6 w of Spy Run ave. 
Hessel Michael, res w s Metz 2 s of Taylor. 
Hessert, see also Hazzard. 
Hessert Bernard, teamster, res 103 N Cass. 
Hessert George, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res w s Walton ave 

1 s of E Lewis. 
Hessert George, teamster Hoffman Bros, res 161 W Superior. 
Hester James, steam fitter Robert Ogden, i-es 28 E Columbia. 
Heth Jacob, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 206 Lafayette. 
Hetrick Jacob, physician and treas Standard Life Association 

29 W Main, res 160 E Wayne. 
Hettler Capt Christopher, asst purchasing agt Penn Co, office 

and res 99 E Lewis. 
Hettler Gottlieb J, laborer, res 84 Charles. 
Hetzel Mathias, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 43 Charles. 
Heuchling Theodore W, physician 82 W Berry, res same. 
Heuer Ernst M, boilermaker W, St L & P Ry, res .59 Maumee. 
Heuer Wm, carpenter P, E" W & C Ry, res 92 Oliver. 
Heuschkel Amandus, laborer, res w s S Wayne ave 3 s of W 

Creighton ave. 
Heuston T W, photo lithographer and engraver, bds 77 E 

Berry. 
Hewes, see also Hughes. 
Hewes James C, foreman boilermaker P, F W & C Ry, res 

142 E Lewis. 
Hewitt Wm, agt Fowler Mnfg Co 77 Calhoun, bds 77 E Berry. 
Hey An^nstlis A, Saloon 232 W Main, res same. 
Heybeck Wm, carriagemaker M L Albrecht, bds Jefferson. 
Heymann Jacob J, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res s w cor 

Lafayette and Murray. 
Hibbelen Rev Father Theodore, chaplain St Joseph Hospital, 

res same. 
Hibbler Anthony D, brickmaker J A Koehler, bds same, x 
Hibbler Bernard, teamster, res e s Lafayette 4 s of Pontiac. ^ 
Hibler August, wood yard, bds 184 W Main. 
Hibler Frank, blacksmith M L Albrecht, res nr s w city limits. 
Hibler Harry, painter M L Albrecht, bds Frank Hiblur. 

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Hibler Louis, laborer Bass F & M Works, res n w cor Hugii 

and Hanna. 
Hibler Michael, coremakr Bass F & M Works, bds 46 Walnut. 
Hickey Morris, engineer L S «fe M S Ry, bds n w cor Harrison 

and 1st. 
Hickman Daniel, teamster, res 18 Burgess. 
Hickman Eugene, laborer N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 18 Burgess. 
Hickman James, confectioner, res 195 W Wayne. 
Hickman John W, teamster, res 199 W Washington. 
Hickman Mrs Martha, carpet weaver 151 High, res same. 
Hickman Samuel, laborer, res 151 High. 
Hickox Evelyn (wid Richard), res 89^ Force. 
Hickox James A, teamster Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 89 

Force. 
Hierholzer Magdalena (wid Kohlman), bds 24 W Main. 
Higbe Wm, teamster J P Tinkham, res w s St Mary's ave 4 s 

of Spring. 
Higgins Cecilius R, supt's clerk P, F W & C Ry, res 142 

Montgomery. 
Higgins Frank P, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 143 E 

Jefferson. 
Hilbert Frank, spoketurner N G Olds & Sons, bds 198 Broad- 
way. 
Hilbrecht Henry, chief engineer fire dep't, res 60 Clinton. 
Hild Henry J, painter 149 W Main, bds 159 Van Buren. 
Hildebrandt Frederick, carpenter, res 213 Madison. 
Hildenger Jacob, laborer, res 140 High. 
Hildenger John, res 149 Wells. 
Hildreth Theodore A, mach W, St L & P Ry, bds 108 W 

DeWaid. 
Hile Ella, domestic 105 Barr. 
Hilgeman Henry, engineer Ranks, Yergens & Co, res 91 W 

Jefferson. 
Hilgemann August, hack driver Powers & Barnett, bds s e 

' cor Baker and Fairfield ave. 
Hilgemann Carrie, domestic 399 E Washington. 
Hilgemann Elizabeth (wid Ernst), bds IVO Ewing. 
Hilgemann Ernst, carpenter and buildei s e cor Baker and 

Fairfield ave, res same. 
Hilgemann Fred G, sawyer Ranke, Yergens & Co, res 40 

Brandriff. 
Hilgemann Frederick H, helper Bass F & MWorks, res s e cor 

E Washington and Hanover. 
Hilgemann Frederick W, carpenter, res 399 E Washington. 
Hilgemann Gustave, carp E Hilgemann, res s e cor Fairfield 

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Hilgemann Henry U, clerk, bds 184 Ewing. 

Hilgemann Henry W, carpenter Bass P & M Works, res 184 

Ewing. 
Hilgemann Jacob Wm, carpenter, res 216 E Washington. 
Hilgemann Wra, carpenter, res 180 Ewing. 
Hilgemann Wm F, molder Bass F & M Works, res -397 Hanna. 
Hilgermann Ernst R, lab Hoffman Bros, bds 215 W Main. 
Hilgert John, barber Otto Herbst, bds same. 
Hilker Charles, carp P, F W & C Ry, res 137 Francis. 
Hilker Charles, laborer, res 55 Maumee road. 
Hilker Charles, machhand Jacoby & Wiegand, bds 81 Force. 
Hilker Diedrich F W, laborer, res 326 Hanna. 
Hilker Frederick, laborer, res 175 W Washington. 
Hilker Herman, clerk John Scheffer & Co, bds 81 Force. 
Hilker Maria (wid Henry), res 81 Force. 
Hilker Wm, -molder Bass F & M Works, bds 55 Maumee ave. 
Hilker Wm F, porter, res 175 W Washington. 
Hill Alice M, teacher Bloomingdale school, bds 34 W Superior. 
Hill Arthur L, clerk, bds 34 W Superior. 
Hill Barbara (wid Robert), res 158 W Main. 
Hill Miss Carrie A, bds 34 W Superior. 
Hill Charles L, dealer in pianos 34 W Superior, res same. 
Hill Daniel, foreman J C W Long, res 174 Taylor. 
Hill David, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 64 3d. 
Hill Edward C (Hill & Noll), res 123 Fairfield ave. 
Hill Edward R, bookkeeper I N Taylor, res 2 Hoagland ave. 
Hill George, clerk H N Goodwin, bds 158 W Wayne. 
Hill George, mach hand P, F W & C Ry, res 2 Erie. 
Hill Miss Georgie M, bds 143 Griffith. 
Hill Henry H, restaurant 74 Barr, res same. 
Hill James B, traveling agent, res 55 E Lewis. 
Hill John, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res s s Hayden 1 

w of McCuUoch. 
Hill John H, res 159 Harrison. 
Hill Mandeville E, stopmaker Ft Wayne Organ 'Co, bds 2 

Hoagland ave. 
Hill Maria M, domestic 128 E Wayne. , 
Hill Mary (wid Alanson), bds 34 W Superior. 
Hill Miss May, dressmaker, bds n s Hurd 1 e of Holton ave. 
Hill Onslow G, res 316 W Jefferson. 
Hill Paulina, waiter 29 E Main. 
Hill Rowland, physician 69 Melita, res same. 
Hill Valentine, yard foreman Rhinesmith & Simonson, bds 

158 W Main. 
Hill & Noll (Edward C Hill, Upton Noll), grocers 123 

Fairfield ave. 



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Hille Henry, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 181 Jackson. 

Hille Henry J, painter W, St L & P *Ry, bds 181 Jackson. 

Hillegrass Prof Jerry, Supt Allen Co Public Schools 
12 Foster Block, rooms same. 

Hilleke Anthony, boilermaker W, St L & P Ry, bds 114 
Fairfield ave. 

Hilleke August, clerk J B White, res 114 Fairfield ave. 

Hilleke Henry, porter A C Trentraan, res 114 Fairfield ave. 

Hilleker Henry, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 38 Wall. 

Hilleker Wm H, engineer P, F W '& C Ry, res 46 Bracken- 
ridge. 

Hilley Ella, domestic Clifton House. 

Hilley John S, brakeraan P, F W & C Ry, bds Darrow 
House. 

Hilley Kate, domestic Clifton House. 

Hilliard Mrs Mary Ann, bds 96 E Wayne. 

Hillis Melvin E, dentist, bds 237 Lafayette. 

Hillman Frederick, res 63 Buchanan. 

Hilt Dora (wid John), bds 26 Baker. 

Hilt Frederick, harnessmaker 18| E Columbia, bds 26 Baker. 

Hilt Miss Frederica, bds 26 Baker. 

Hilton Charles S, foreman Ft Wayne Jenney Electric Light 
Co, res n s Pontiac 1 e of Lafayette. 

Himbert John, laborer, res 18 Hood. ' 

Himbert John M, teamtterH L Studer, bds 18 Hood. 

Himbert ]!IIichael, Agent Schaller Bros Cincinnati 
Lager Beer, res 14 Lavina. 

Himes Lucian M, paper hanger, res 97 Taylor. 

Hine Frederick W, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 52 Doug- 
lass ave. • 

Hines Mrs Ellen, res e s Short 2 s of Putnam. 

Hlnes John, plumber Robert Ogden, res e s Short 2 s of Put- 
nam. 

Hines John W, apprentica Robert Ogden, bds e s Short 2 s of 
Putnam. 

Hines Philip, carpenter, res e s Short 3 s of Putnam. 

Hinkle LeRoy, brakepan P, F W & C Ry, bds Sallier House. 

Hinman Harvey F, contractor and builder s w cor Stophlet 
and Broadway, res 138 Broadway. 

Hinman Miss Ida M, dressmaker 138 Broadway, res same. 

Hinton John C, conductor P, F W & C Ry, bds 55 Melita. 

Hinton Samuel, produce dealer, res 55 Melita. 

Hinz Carl, laborer Bass F & M Works, res n e cor Hanna and 
Pontiac. 

Hipp Prof Joseph, musician, bds Custer House. 

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Hirsch Caroline (wid George), res 61 Stophlet. 

Hirsch George M, stopmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 6 1 
Stophlet. 

Hirschfelder Michael, stonemason, res 240 E Wayne. 

Hirschniann Henry, carpenter Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, res 345 
E Jefferson. 

Hirt Jacob J, machinist P, F W & C Ry, bds 32 Colerick. 

Hischman George, laborer, bds 111 Wells. 

Hiser Allan, fireman G R & I R R, bds 4 Kansas. 

Hislop Catherine (wid Robert), bds 120 Butler. 

Hisnar Wra, carpenter, res 122 Wilt. 

Hisner Charles, teamster, res 23 Hough. 

Hite Alexander, butcher Leopold Wolf, res 74 Wells. 

Hitzemann Christian, clerk George DeWald & Co, bds 66 
Douglass ave. 

Hitzemann Conrad, bds 244 E Washington. 

Hitzemann Ernst F, finisher Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 36 
Lavina. 

Hitzemann Frederick, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 36 Lavina. 

Hitzemann George (Doehrmann & Hitzemann), res 20 Summit. 

Hitzemann George F G, bartender J H McCain, bds 36 La- 
vina. 

Hitzemann Gottlieb, tailor, res 49 Wilt. 

Hitzemann Henry, insurance, res 244 E Washington. 

Hitzemann Henry C, clerk Pfeiffer & Schlatter,' bds 49 Wilt. 

Hoag Frederick, butcher, res 19 Pritchard. 

Hoagland Frank H, printer The Newspaper Union, res 83 
Baker. 

Hoagland Pliny (Hoagland & Tresselt), vice-president Fort 
Wayne National Bank, i-es 106 W Berry. 

Hoagland School, n e cor Hoagland ave and Butler. 

Hoa^^land & Tresselt (Pliny Hoagland, Christian 
Tresselt), Proprs City Flouring Mills cor Clinton and N 
Y, C & St L Ry. 

Hoban Peter, brakeman P, F W & C Rv, res 30 Buchanan. 

Hoban Thomas, brakeman P, F W & C'Ry, bds 262 Calhoun. 

Hobbs Miss Eva, seamstress, bds 55 E Superior. 

Hobbs Julia (wid Reuben), res 55 E Superior. 

Hobbs Oscar L, brakeman P, P W & C Ry, res e s Hoagland 
ave 1 8 of Pontiac. 

Hobrock Eva (wid Wm), res 53 Charles. 

Hobrock J Herman, carpenter, res 94 Fairfield ave. 

Hobrock J Herman jr, clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds 94 Fair- 
field ave. 

Hobrock Wm H, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 53 Charles. 

Hooh Emanuel, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 31-3 Lafayette. 



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Hoch Wni, Saloon 313 Lafayette, res same. 

Ilochmeier Wm, carpenter E Hilgemann, bds same. ■ 

Hochstetter Paulina, domestic 106 W Washington. 

Hochstetter Wm, painter P, F W & C Ry, res 163 W Wash- 
ington. 

Hockaday Deborah (wid Samuel), res 75 Melita. 

Hookaday Frank E, brakeman W, St L & P Ry,bds 75 Melita. 

Hockemeyer Henry W, mason, res 115 Madison. 

Hockemeyer Mary (wid Charles), res 317 W Washington. 

Hockensmith Margaret, domestic 262 Calhoun. v 

Hockstraser John, truckman, res 34 Huffman. 

Hodge Abel I, laborer, bds 1 74 Greeley. 

Hodges Frank, street car driver, bds 184 W Main. 

Hoehn Miss Lucinda, tailoress, bds 44 Williams. 

Hoelke Mrs Mary, res 214 W Jefferson. 

Hoeltje Henry C, cigarmkr C Wenninghoff, res w end Taylor. 

Hoeppner Herman, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 8 Samuel. 

Hoerich Henry, laborer Jacob Klett, bds 225 Broadway. 

Hofer Theodore, laborer, res n s Huron 3 w of Centre. 

Hoft'er Fred, molder C L Olds & Co, bds 224 W Main. 

Hoffer Henry, cook Globe restaurant, res 53 Elm. 

Hoffer John, collarmaker Anne Racine, bds 37 N Cass. 

Hoffer John G, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 37 N Cass. 

Hoffer Robert, blacksmith L B Johns, bds 116 E Wayne. 

Hoffer Sophia, clerk Louis Wolf & Co, bds 37 N Cass. 

Hoffman Adolph, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 42 Charles. 

Hoffman Andrew E (Hoffman Bros and J R Hoffman & Co), 
res 188 W Wayne. 

Hoffman Barbara, domestic, res 316 W Jefferson. 

Hoflrman Bro§ (Andrew E and Wm H,) Mnfrs of 
Black Walnut Lumber, Chair Stuff', etc, 200 W Main, 
{See adv, opp?) 

Hoffman Daniel, painter, res 293 W Jefferson. 

Hoffman Miss Elizabeth M, teacher Fort Wayne Conserva- 
tory of Music, bds 132 E Main. 

Hoffman Miss Emma, bds 31 Force. 

Hoffman Ernest, laborer, res 281 E Washington. 

Hoffman E J, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Tremont 
House. 

Hoffman Frederick, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 55 E 
Main, 

Hoffman F Siegel, teamster Bond's bakery, bds n w cor Erie 
and Begue. 

Hoffman George, wagonmkr L C Zollinger, res 2 Riverside ave. 

Hoffman G Adolph, carpet wearer 42 Charles, res 40 same. 

Hoffman Henry, carpentei', res 52 Creighton ave. 

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Hoffman Henry, molder A Hattersley & Son, bds 61 Brack- 

enridge. 
Hoffman Jacob, bds 14 Hood. 
Hoffman Jacob R (J R Hoffman & Co), res Charleston, 

Kanawha Co, West Virginia. 
Hoffman John, auditor F W, C & L R R, res 128 W Main. 
Hoffman John A, tank builder P, F W & C Ry, res 31 Force. 
Hoffman John A jr, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 31 Force. 
Hoffman Julia, domestic 210 Calhoun. 
Hoflman J R & Co (Jacob R, Andrew E and Wm H 

Hoffman), Mnfrs Patent Band Saw Mills 200 W Main, 

{See adv, jd 317.) 
Hoffman Mary (wid John), bds 174 Taylor. 
Hoffman Maximilian G, draughtsman P, F W & C Ry, res 

104 E Wayne. 
Hoffman Nicholas, cooper T W Blair, res 310 Harrison. 
Hoffman Peter, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 165 Cliuton. 
Hoffman Peter, wiper P, F W & C Ry, res rear 169 Clinton. 
Hoffman Susan C (wid Frank), clerk Postoffice, res 132 E 

Main. 
Hoffman Urban S, clerk Root & Co, bds 2 Riverside ave. 
Hoffman Wm H, (Hoffman Bros and J R Hoffman & Co), 

res 200 W Berry. 
Hoffmann Alois, mason, bds 240 E Wayne. 
Hoffiuaun Charles A, Cider and Vinegar Mnfr Whole- 
sale and Retail 185 and IB'? Calhoun, res same. {See adv, 

P 7J-) 

Hoffmeister Henry, cooper, res 12 3d. 

Hogan Catherine (wid Michjel), res 58 Prince. 

Hogan Dennis J, clerk Hogan & McDonald, bds 1 1 Grand. 

Hogan Hugh T, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 92 Baker. 

Hogan Jane (wid Samuel), res 132 W Main. 

Hogan John plumber A Hattersley & Son, bds 176 Fairfield. 

Hogan Patrick, laborer, res 176 Fairfield ave. 

Hogan Stephen, bartender L DeTurk, bds 132 W Main. 

Hogan Timothy (Hogan & McDonald), res 11 Grand. 

Ho§^ail & McDonald (Timothy Hogan, Patrick J Mc- 
Donald), Dealers in Flour and Feed, Hay, Grain and 
Straw 288 Calhoun. 

Hogston James, laborer, bds 248 Calhoun. 

Hoham Frederick D, clerk G H Loesch,bds 71 Douglass ave. 

Hohn Fritz, stonecutter Wm & J J Geake, bds 27 Taylor. 

Hohn Henry, stonecutter Wm & J J Geake, bds 27 Taylor. 

Hohnhaus George (Wellmann & Hohnhaus), res s e cor 
Hanna and Eckart. 

Hohnhaus George jr, finisher P E Wolf, bds 65 Wall. 

Hohnhaus G Peter, cabinetmaker Hoffman Bros, res 65 Wall. 



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Hohnhausen Nicholas, laborer, res 13 Wall. 

Hohnhausen Peter, laborer Bass F &M Works, res 13 Wall. 

Hoke Elizabeth, clerk Batchelder & Medsker, bds 159 Barr. 

Hoke Mary, clerk Batchelder & Medsker, bds 159 Barr. 

Hoke Rosanna (wid Jacob), res 159 Barr. 

Holdermaii Frederick, laborer, res s e cor Gay and Thom-asetta. 

Holland Miss Ellen, bds n e cor Euclid ave and Mercer. 

Holland Margaret (wid Patrick), bds 45V Lafayette. 

Holland Richard, carp, res n e cor Euclid ave and Mercer. 

Hollearn Michael, blacksmith Henry Freistrofifer, bds Union 
Hotel. 

HoUenbacher Loiiis, shipping clerk Hoosier Mnfg Co, res 195 
Barr. 

Hollenbeck Frederick, baggagemaster W, St L & P Ry, res 
•213 Webster. 

Hollenbeck Frederick W A, saloon 140 Calhoun, res 184 
Montgomery. 

Hollinger Albert, brakeman, bds 127 W Superior. 

Hollinger Elizabeth (wid Daniel,) res 127 W Superior. 

Hollinger Harry, bartender B Rehnen, bds 127 W Superior. 

Hollinger Wm, stavejointer Ranke, Yergens & Co, bds 107 
W Superior. 

Hollingshead Arthur, boilermaker, bds 38 Baker. 

Hollingsworth James H, accountant, res s s DeWald 2 e of 
Broadway. 

Hollister Adoniram J, foreman George Reiter, res 104 Wil- 
liams. 

Hollman Edward, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 133 3d. 

Hollman Frederick, carp C G French, res 12 Fairfield ave. 

Hollman John, carpenter, res 31 Lavina. 

Holm Nils, action maker Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds Peter 
Peterson. 

Holman Benton M, business manager American Farmer 107 
Calhoun, res Wabash, Ind. 

Holman M Birdora, teacher Hoagland school, bds 62 Wilt. 

Holman Wm J, deputy county surveyor, res 62 Wilt. 

Holmes Bayless, road supervisor, res 18 Gay. 

Holmes Byron T, engnr P, F W & C Ry, res 141 E Jefferson. 

Holmes Joshua, farmei', res 18 Gay. 

Holmes Simon, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res 337 W Jef- 
ferson. 

Holocher Casper, laborer, res 8 Oak. 

Holocher Otto, brakeman G R & I R R, res 76 Murray. 

Holstein Mary A, domestic, 181 W Wayne. 

Holt Alfred, boilermaker F W, C & St L Ry, bds 164 
Broadway. 



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Holt Walter E, mach W, St L & P Ry, bds 164 S Broadway. 
Holtje August, sawyer, res 2 Lavina ave. 

Holverstott Charles H, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 308 Har- 
rison. 
Holverstott Clinton W, teamster, bds 67 College. 
Holverstott Wm Z, mach P, F W & C Ry, res 67 College. 
Holzhauer Henry, laborer Bass F & M Works, res e s Gay 4 

s of Thomasetta. 
Holzworth Addison, clerk P, F W & C Ry, res 158 W Wayne. 
Holzworth Augusta, domestic 271 W Wayne. 
Holzworth George J, truckman P, F W & C Ry, bds 76 

Taylor. 
Holzworth J Edward, brakeraan G R & I R R, bds 35 Melita 
Holzworth Louisa (wid Eberhard), res 76 Taylor. 
Homann Ernst, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 75 Baker. 
Homburg Frederick W, mach W, St L & P Ry, res 11 Mc- 

Clellan. 
Homeyer Frederick C, painter W, St L & P Ry, res 188 W 

DeWald. 
Homeyer Henry C D, machinist, res n s DeWald 3 w of 

Fairfield ave. 
Homeyer Wm, laborer, res 57 High. 
Homke Frederick, laborer, res 507 E Lewis. 
Homsher Benjamin F, engineer, res 255 Webster. 
Homsher Minnie F, teacher Hoagland School, bds 255 Webster. 
Hondheim Jacob, tuck pointer, res 12 McClellan. 
Hondheim Jacob, carpenter, res 31 Pine. 

Hondheim Jacob jr, finisher N G Olds & Sons, bds 31 Pine. 
Hondheim John J, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 12 McClellan. 
Hondheim Michael, laborer, bds 12 McClellan. 
Hondheim Michael, molder Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 31 

Pine. 
Hondheim Peter, blacksmith L B Johns, bds 12 McClellan. 
Houeck Conrad, laborer, res 385 E Washington. 
Honeck Henry, carpenter, res 151 Montgomery. 
Honeck Henry, laborer, res 281 E Washington. 
Honeck John, laborer, res 26 Oak. 
Honeck Louisa (wid Henry), bds 115 Madison. 
Honick Alexander, painter P, F W & C Ry,res 194 E Madison. 
Honick Henry, carp S H Bevarkerden, res 300 E Washington. 
Hood George, carpenter F W, C & L Ry, res 130 3d. 
Hood Henry C, physician n w cor Barr and E Washington, 

res 215 E Wayne. 
Hood Robert, butcher, res 215 E Wayne. 
Hood Wm E, bookkeeper Carnahan, Hanna & Co, res 231 W 

Berry. 

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Hooper Samuel T, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 149 W 
Superior. 

Hoosier Manufacturing Co (Amos S Evans Pres, 
John P Evans Treas, George P Evans Sec), Manufactur- 
ers Diamond Staid Overalls, Sack Coats, Jumpers and 
Cottonade Pants 28 and 30 E Berry. 

Hoover Abraham, foreman carpenter P, P W & C Ry, res 91 



Hoover Elmer, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Nickel 

Plate Hotel. 
Hoover George, blacksmith, bds 12 Chicago. 
Hopkins Zelous, well driller, res n s Huron 2 e of Mechanic's. 
Hoppe Anna, domestic Hamilton Homestead. 
Hoppe Henry W, teacher German Lutheran School, res .160 

Ewing. 
Hopper Samuel, engineer, bds 70 Baker. 

Hopple Martin, teamster G E Bursley & Co, res 142 Broadway. 
Horan Michael, brakeman G R & I R R, bds 58 Chicago. 
Hormann Ernst, laborer, res 75 Baker. 
Hermann Henry, coremaker Bass F & M Works, bds 17 

Summit. 
Horn Ferdinand, laborer Bass F & M Works, bds 34 John. 
Horn Michael, brakeman G R & I R R, bds 31 Hough. 
Horn Wm F, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 150 Smith. 
Home Britton W, salesman I N Taylor, res 150 W Jefferson. 
Horning Wm, hackdriver Powers & Barnett, res 66 Chicago. 
Hornung Maximilian, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 66 Brack- 

enridge. 
Horstman Frank, carriagetrimmer L B Johns, bds 16 W 

Jefferson. 
Horstman Frederick H, tailor, res 64 Baker. 
Horstman Gustav, laborer, bds 55 Wabash ave. 
Horstman Henry C, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 203 Hanna. 
Horstman Wm, laborer, res 55 Wabash ave. 
Horstmann Joseph, clerk T Niemann, bds 272 E Washington. 
Horstmeier Wm, earpenter W, St L & P Ry, res 197 Ewing. 
Horstmeyer Henry, saloon 2 Fairfield ave, res same. 
Horstmeyer Louis, machine band Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 

w 8 S Wayne ave w of organ factory. 
Horstmeyer Minnie (wid Gottlieb), res 5 Wall. 
Hortsmeyer Wm, tailor, res 49 Gay. 
Horton Manufacturing Co The (Theodore Horton pres, Henry 

W Diederich sec and treas), mnfrs of washing machines, 

corn planters, etc n w cor Main and Osage. 
Horton Theodore, pres The Horton Mnfg Co, res Bluffton, Ind. 
Hosey Jemima (wid Michael), res 131 E Washington. 



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Hosey Wm J, mach P, F W & C Ry, bds 131 E Washington 
Hosraer Kittle L, teacher Hanna School, bds 103 W Berry. 
Hostman Christian F, hackman, res 86 W Jefferson. 
Hostman Mary (wid Christian), res 88 W Jefferson. 
Houck John J, teacher St Paul's Catholic School, res 111 

Griffith. 
Hoiider Jacob W, student Randall & Vesey, bds 70 Wells. 
Hough, see also Iltiff. 

Hough Frederick, fireman G R <fc I R R, bds Harmon House. 
Hougtalin Frederick C, salesman John Rabus, bds Robinson 

House. 
Houlihan James, bill clerk Morgan & Beach, bds 28 Locust. 
Houlihan John, laborer, res 28 Locust. 

Houlihan John J, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 28 Locust. 
Houlihan Michael J, bkkpr Morgan & Beach, bds 28 Locust. 
Houlihan Thomas W, clerk City Clerk, bds 28 Locust. 
Houlihan Wm P, coppersmith P, F W & C Ry, res 128 

Chicago. 
Houppert John H (Houppert & Jahr), bds 28 E Main. 
Houppert & Jahr (John H Houppert, B Frank Jahr), barbers 

Robinson House Block. 
Hourigan Michael J, helper Bass F & M Works, bds s w cor 

Lafayette and Hamilton. 
House Adam, blacksmith Olds' Wagon Works. 
House George, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 130 W Jefferson. 
Houser Miss Alice, bds e s Hanna s of Pontiac. 
Houser Charles, foreman N G Olds & Sons, res n e cor Hanna 

and Eckart. 
Houser Henry, teamster, res w s Hanna s of Pontiac. 
Houser H A, mason, bds Mull's Hotel, 
Houser John A (Houser & Wickersham), res 6 N Cass. 
Houser Rachel (wid John), res n w cor Fulton and Bracken- 
ridge. 
Houser Thomas J, finisher Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 70 George. 
Hoaser Sc Wickersham (John A Houser, Eli L 

Wickersham), Agricultural Implements 14 W Columbia. 

Housh John E, printer Ft Wayne Gazette, bds 173 Hanna. 

Hover James V, photographer, res 27 W Berry. 

Howe Clarence D, telegraph operator, bds 295 W Wayne. 

Howell Charles A, machinist, res 19 Nordlinger ave. 

Howey Aaron B, clerk Isaac Howey, bds same. 

Howey Charles W, clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds n s Bracken- 
ridge 2 w of Calhoun. 

Hoirey Isaac, Coal and Wood Yard 105 and 107 Taylor, 
and Engineer P, F W & C Ry, res e s Fairfield ave 1 s of 
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Morgan & Beach, Builders' Hardware. 

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Howey Wm T, bds Isaac Howey. 

Howley Thomas, blacksmitli, res 47 Barr. 

Hoy David F (D F Hoy & Bro), res 31 Pearl. 

Hoy D F & Bro (David F Hoy, Wra F Kingry), Fur- 
nace Cleaners and Chimney Sweepers 29 and 31 Pearl. 

Hubbard Doly, clerk Stewart, Jamieson & Beadell, bds 3 Har- 
rison. 

Hubbard Sidney, barber 17 W Columbia, bds 3 N Harrison. 

Hubenor Thomas, laborer, bds 74 Barr. 

Huber Alexander, lab N G Olds & Sons, bds 25 St Francis. 

Huber Andrew J, laborer P, F W & C Ry, bds 126 E Lewis. 

Huber Miss Carrie, dressmaker E Lauer, bds 126 E Lewis. 

Huber Caroline (wid George), res 126 E Lewis. 

Huber Frederick, porter Coombs & Co, res 381 E Washington. 

Huber George, fireman Bass F & M Works, bds 12 Chicago. 

Huber John F, riveter Boseker, White & Co, bds 126 E Lewis. 

Huber Joseph, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 18 Poplar. 

Huber Nicholas (Ott & Huber), res Maumee road. 

Hudgel Rezin D, traveling agent, res 278 W Jefferson. 

Hudry Nicholas C, carp P, F W & C Ry, res 180 Montgomery. 

Hudson Elizabeth J, res rear 43 E Columbia. 

Hudson Hamilton, clerk J Goldstone, res 124 Butler. 

Hudson James T, caller P, F W & C Ry, bds 124 Butler. 

Hueber Isador, sidewalk layer, bds 325 E Lewis. 

Huelf Nicholas, res 343 W Jefferson. 

Huesner Charles, teamster Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 23 
Hough. 

Huestis Alexander C (Huestis & Hamilton), res 205 W Berry. 

Huestis Charles D C, grocer, res 203 W Berry. 

Huestis Wm H, trav agt Huestis & Hamilton, res 228 W 
Creighton ave. 

Hnestis & Hamilton (Alexander C Huestis, Mont- 
gomery Hamilton), Wholesale Grocers 23 and 25 E 
Columbia. 

Huff, see also Sough. 

Huff Cortland H, bds 36 Brandriff. 

Huff Hiram, watchman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 36 Brandriff. 

Huffman Charles, carpenter, res 388 E Wayne. 

Huffman Wm, teamster Concordia College, bds same. 

Hughes, see also Hewes. 

Hughes James, helper Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, res 25 Walnut. 

Hughes James E, helper W, St L & P Ry, bds 25 Walnut. 

Hughes Joseph (Joseph Hughes & Co), res 284 W Wayne. 

Hughes Joseph & Co (Joseph Hughes, S Bash & Co), mufrs 
linseed oil 20 W Columbia. 

Hughes Mary (wid Edwin), res e s Holton ave 3 s of Jenison. 



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Hughes Thomas E, helper W, St L & P Ry, bds 25 Walnut. 

Hughston John H, spoke turner N G Olds & Sons, bds 73 
Grand. 

Huguenard Claude, res 63 E Superior. 

Huguenard Julius, butcher Edwin Rich, res 65 Wells. 

Huguenard Victor, feed yard 64 E Superior, res 63 same. 

Huhn Armand, mach hand N G Olds & Sons, bds 27 Taylor. 

Huhn August, coremaker Bass F & M Works, bds 27 Taylor. 

Huhn Ehregott F, wiper P, F W & C Ry, res w s Smith 1 n 
of Pontiao. 

Huhn Frank, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 127 Francis. 

Huhn Pius, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 27 Taylor. 

Hnll Lewis O, Wall Paper, Paints and Painting 90 Cal- 
houn, res 199 W Wayne. {See top lines.) 

Hull Miss Martha A, bds 295 W Jefferson. 

Hull Martin, laborer, bds 295 W Jefferson. 

Hnll Sylvester W, Painter and Paper Hanger 39 E 
Main, res 113 Madison. 

Hull 'Wesley, Inventor, also Mnfr Bluing, Oil Crayons, 
Self Closing Gate Hinges, etc, 68 E Columbia, res same. 

Hull Wm H, carpenter, res 295 W Jefferson. 

Hulse Wm L, machinist C L Olds & Co, res 44 Brackenridge. 

Humbel John, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 50 Butler. 

Humbel Rudolph, carpenter, bds 50 Butler. 

Humbke August, bds 267 E Lewis. 

Humbrecht George, policeman, res 44 3d. 

Hume Thomas, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds 415 Lafa- 
yette. 

Humphrey George (Cochrane & Humphrey), res 175 W 
Berry. 

Humphrey George B, carpenter Cochrane & Humphrey, bds 
175 W Berry. 

Humphrey James A, postal clerk, res 187 W Wayne. 

Humphrey Jane (wid James), res 171 W Berrry. 

Humphrey Jessie L, teacher Washington School, bds 175 W 
Berry. 

Humphrey John M, engineer, res 38 Brackenridge. 

Humphrey Lucina (wid Noah), res 19 Madison. 

Humphrey Matthew, bds 171 W Berry. 

Humphreys John (Humphreys & Gerow), res 291 Harrison. 

Hnniphreys & CrCroiV (John Humphreys, Teles D 
Gerow), Roofers 230 Calhoun. (See adv, p 95.) 

Humphreys Martha (wid Samuel), nurse City Hospital. 

Humphreys Wm S, bookkeeper Coombs & Co, res 142 Mont- 
gomery. 

Hungerford Samuel M, mniiHL^er The Rolnnsoii, bds same. 



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Hunsaker Edward H, trainmaster N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 

The Robinson. 
Hunsche Frederick, carpenter, res e s Beck 1 n of Putnam. 
Hunsche Henry J, macliine hand Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 

43 Wells. 
Hunsche Wm, machine hand Cochrane & Humphrey, bds n e 

cor Beck and Putnam. 
Hunt Charles, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry. 
Hunt Edward, res 6 Smith. 

Hunt Edward P, tel opr P, F W & C Ry, bds 105 W Berry. 
Hunt Patrick, teamster, res 6 Smith. 
Hunt Thomas, saloon n end Spy Run ave, res same. 
Hunter Charles, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 237 Lafayette. 
Hunter James W, Master of Transportation G R & 

I R R and C, R & F W Ry, res 26 McClellan. 
Huntine Michael, boilermaker Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 31 

Pine. 
Hunting Wm H, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, res 100 W 

DeWald. 
Huntsberry Jacob M, painter Olds' Wagon Works, res 18 

Baker. 
Huntsman Emma, domestic Mayer House. 
Huppner Charles, laborer, res n s Samuel 6 e of Thomas. 
Hurd Orrin D, foreman Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 44 

Webster. 
Hurlbut Edward S, foreman Olds' Wagon Works, res 116 

Fairfield ave. 
Hurley Daniel J, boilermkr P, F W & C Ry, res 45 Williams. 
Hurley Michael, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res 309 Lafayette. 
Hurmann Ernst, laborer Hoffman Bros. 
Hurst Charles (col'd), cook, res 54 Barr. 
Huser Louis P, shoemaker 178^ Broadway, res 34 Wall. 
Huston James, foreman G R & I R R, bds 333 Hanna. 
Huston Mattie, waiter The Robinson. 
Hutchinson Thomas J, foreman P, F W & C Ry, res w s 

Hanna s of Pontiac. 
Hutchinson Mrs Blanche, bds 130 3d.. 
Hutchinson Oliver G, mitten manufacturer, res n e cor Main 

and Osage. 
Hutchison Van Renselaer, produce buyer, bds 86 Montgomery. 
Hutzell Daniel, clerk, res 165 Broadway. 
Hutzell John, truckman, res 200 W Washington. 
Huxoll August, Dealer in Groceries, Provisions, Flour, 

Feed, etc 90 Barr, res same. 
Huxoll Miss Louisa, bds 15 Summit. 
Hyde Charles, street car driver, bds 16 Holman. 

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Hyer Christopher, laborer Bass F & M Works, res lOV Force. 

Hyer Edward A, restaurant 245 Calhoun, res same. 

Hyland Charles, grocer and saloon 119 Fail-field ave, res same. 

Hyle Louisa, domestic 144 E Berry. 

Hyler John V, carpenter, res n s Killea 3 w of Webster. 

Hyman Philip H, lumber dealer, res 322 Calhoun. 



Iba Elizabeth (wid Wm), res 129 Fairfield ave. 
Iba George S, engnr W, St L & P Ry, res 129 Fairfield ave. 
Ill Casper, laborer, res 19 3d. 

Imbody Adam, turner Jacoby & Wiegand, bds 231 W Wash- 
ington. 
Imbody Dorothy (wid Harrison), res 231 W Washington. 
Immel John, janitor Jefferson School, res 159 Grifiith. 
Imswiler Wm H, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 272 Hanna. 

Indiana 8taats Zeitnn^ Co (John D Sarnig- 

hausen) Publishers Indiana Staats Zeitung n e cor Colum- 
bia and Clinton. {See adv, p 71.) 

Inman Isaac, lab Citizens' Street Railway Co, bds 25 Holman. 

Ireland Rev Gilbert E, pastor Christian Church, res 130 W 
Wayne. 

Irey Alfred K, Business Manager The Fort Wayne 
Journal, res 105 Wilt. 

Irey Mrs Sarah, bds 105 Wilt. 

Irion Jacob, coremaker Bass F & M Works, res 16 Gay. 

Irving, see also Irvin. 

Irving Miss May, bds 53 DeWald. 

Irving Rebecca (wid Robert), bds 59 W Main. 

Irwin Anna (wid Thomas), res 278 Broadway. 

Irwin George B, clerk W H Fleming, res 70 W Main. 

Irwin George H, boilermaker, bds 278 Broadway. 

Irwin John S, M D, L.L D, Supt Public Schools, 
Ofiice Central Grammar Building, res 241 W Main. 

Irwin John W, boilermaker, bds 278 Broadway. 

Irwin Jonathan L, carpenter, res 130 W Wayne. 

Irwin Miss Mary, clerk supt of schools, bds 241 W Main. 

Irwin Miss Rose, bds 241 W Main. 

Irwin Mrs Susan E, milliner 18 W Berry, res 70 W Main. 

Isbell Joseph J, engineer C L Centlivre, bds Thomas Hunt. 

Island Maggie, domestic Oliver House. 

Israel Charles, painter, bds 97 Pearl. 

Israel Elizabeth, domestic C F W Meyer. 

Israel Frederick, blacksmith S Freistroffer, res 97 Pearl. 

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Israel Henry, livery n e cor Clinton and N Y, C & St L Ry, 

res 97 Pearl. 
Israel Wm, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 136 John. 
Iten Catherine (wid Christian), res 47 Buchanan. 
Iten Frank, insptr Ft Wayne Water Works, res 51 Buchanan. 
Iten John C, carp Olds' Wagon Works, res 435 Lafayette. 



Jabas Emil, bricklayer, res 361 E Lewis. 

Jack Gottlieb, teamster, bds 83 W Washington. 

Jackson Charles A, lineman, bds 118 Fairfield ave. 

Jackson Edward T, messenger P, F W & C Ry, bds 171 
Jackson. 

Jackson Henry, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds 22 Lasselle. 

Jackson Ira, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 330 Calhoun. 

Jackson Jacob W, teamster, res e s Osage 2 n of Main. 

Jackson Kirby C, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 55 Bracken- 
ridge. 

Jackson Lafayette M, engineer Kilian Baker, bds 175 W 
Superior. 

Jackson Thomas, division engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 199 
E Lewis. 

Jackson Wm, watchman, res 118 Fairfield ave. 

Jackson Wm, carpenter, res 23 Nirdlinger ave. 

Jackson Wm H, traveling agt Coombs & Co, res Delphi, O. 

Jackson Wm T, engnr P, F W & C Ry, res 270 W Jeiferson. 

Jacob Miss Barbara, dressmaker 29 Wall, bds same. 

Jacob George, watchman, res 29 Wall. 

Jacobs Miss Alice, bds rear 33 W Lewis. 

Jacobs Andrew, clerk Jacobs & Co, res w s Metz 4 s of Taylor. 

Jacobs Caroline (wid Peter), res 116 Madison. 

Jacobs Charles M, carpenter, bds 77 E Berry. 

Jacobs Charles W, Baker and Confectioner 62 E 
Main, res same. 

Jacobs George (Jacobs & Co), bds 354 Broadway. 

Jacobs Gustave, watchn, res n s W Main 1 e of Muncey R. R. 

Jacobs Harry N, clerk Julius Nathan & Co, bds 56 W Wayne. 

Jacobs Henry, teamster Hoffman Bros, res 206 Broadway. 

Jacobs John H (W Jacobs & Son), res 83 E Berry. 

Jacobs John W, baker C W Jacobs, bds same. 

Jacobs Mrs Kate, dressmkr Mrs M Green, res 206 Broadway. 

Jacobs Miss Martha, laundress, bds rear 33 W Lewis. 

Jacobs Myer N (M N Jacobs & Co), res 56 W Wayne. 

Jacobs M N & Co (Myer N Jacobs, Louis Heilbroner), cigars 
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Jacobs Philinda (wid John), res rear 33 W Lewis. 

Jacobs Thomas, teamster HoflEman Bros, bds rear 33 W 
Lewis. 

Jacobs Wm, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res 73 Grand. 

Jacobs W & Son (John H Jacobs), Boots and Shoes 
17 Calhoun. 

Jacobs & Co (George Jacobs, Wm" Bidler), grocers 354 
Broadway. 

Jacobson Addie, teacher Bloomingdale School, bds 136 W 
Wayne. 

Jacobson Laura, cashier A Mergentheim, bds 136 W Wayne. 

Jacobson Rosalia (wid Victor), res 136 W Wayne. 

Jacoby Frederick, carpenter, res 40 Buchanan. 

Jacoby George (Jacoby & Wiegand), res 78 Murray. 

Jacoby Si Wiegand (George Jacoby, Sebastian Wie- 
gand), Mnfrs Sash, Doors, Blinds, etc s w cor Virginia 
and Monroe. {See adv, p Ji.7.) 

Jacot August, laborer, bds 231 Barr. 

Jahn, see also John. 

Jahn Nicholas, carpenter, res 17 Hood. 

Jahns Elizabeth (wid Herman A), bds 18 Hood. 

Jahr B Frank (Houppert & Jahr), bds J 35 Madison. 

Jahr Frank A, cabinetmaker J M Miller, res 135 Madison. 

Jahr Rudolph, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 135 Madison. 

James Eliza (wid Elisha), res w s St Mary's ave 2 s of Aboit. 

James Elizabeth (wid Daniel), bds Jesse M James. 

James Jesse M, lab, res w s S Wayne ave 2 s of W Creigh- 
ton ave. 

James Wm H, lab Bass F & M Works, res S Wayne ave be- 
yond limits. 

Jamey Emiel, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res n w cor Greene and 
Holton ave. 

Jamieson John (Stewart, Jamieson & Beadell), bds Robinson 
House. 

Jangerou Joseph, laborer Boseker, White <fe Co. 

Janowiski Edward, tailor C D Rose, res 68 E Wayne. 

Jaques, barber, bds 126 Harrison. 

Jarrett Cyrenus S, car driver, res 24 Brand riff. 

Jasper Frederick, carp P, F W & C Ry, bds 49 W Wash- 
ington. 

Jasper George W, checker P, F W & C Ry, bds 49 W Wash- 
ington. 

Jasper Rudolph, res 49 W Washington. 

Jasper W Frederick, carpenter, res 155 Water. 

Jautz Christian, lab, res s s Mnncie R R 1 w of St Mary's ave. 

Jautz Frederick, boilerraaker C L Olds & Co, bds 113 High. 

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Jautz L Charles, laborer C L Olds & Co, res 113 High. 

Jaxtheiraer Leonard, tailor, res 31 Wefel. 

Jefferds Oliver W (French, Hanna & Co), res 131 E Wayne. 

Jefferies Wm J, foreman C Wenninghoff, res V McClellan. 

Jeffery Sylvan W, clerk W, St L & P Ry, res 160 W Wash- 
ington. 

Jenkinson Miss Emma B (Jenkinson & Spencer), res IVO W 
Jefferson. 

Jenkinson Joseph J (Jenkinson & Spencer), res 170 W Jef- 
ferson. 

Jenkinson & Spencer (Emma B Jenkinson, Ellen J Spencer), 
proprs Ladies Exchange 25 W Wayne. 

Jeniie C R, Agent for Hercules Powder for Stump and 
Rock Blasting 88 Bavr, res same. (See aclv, p 75.) 

Jenne Gottlieb, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 35 John. 

Jenney Charles D, electrician The Ft Wayne Jenney Electric 
Light Co, rooms 16 W Superior. 

Jennings Miss Emma, bds 72 N Cass. 

Jerman Charles A, traveling agent Meyer Bros & Co, res 303 
W Washington. 

Jerman Dorcas F (wid Anthony), res 44 Force. 

Jerome Ann (wid John), res 5 Brandriff. 

Jerome Solomon, laborer, res 283 E Washington. 

Jewel Wm, hostler Ligget Bros. 

Jobst, see also Yobst. 

Jobst F Henry, laborer Hoffman Bros, bds 39 4th. 

Jobst Julia, domestic 36 W Main. 

Jocquel John J, books and stationery 168 Calhoun, res same. 

Jocqiiel liOUis, City Assessor City Hall, res 168 Calhoun. 

Joehrendt Frederick, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 30 West. 

John, see J aim. 

Johann Andrew, laborer, res 248 E Jefferson. 

Johann Andrew jr, baker Louis Fox, bds 2-18 E Jefferson. 

Johann George N, boxmaker Wm Luik, bds 248 E Jefferson. 

Johns Alfred L, wh mnfr of harness 51 and 53 E Columbia, 
res 103 E Washington. 

Johns Alfred S, Harness, Trunks, Traveling Bags, 
Whips, etc 10 E Columbia, bds 103 E Washington. 

Johns Emma, domestic 161 W Washington. 

Johns Louis B, carriagemaker n e cor Main and Barr, res 131 
W Main. 

Johnson Alfred S, tel opr F W, C & L R R, bds 187 W 
Washington. 

Johnson Angeline, domestic 407 E Lewis. 

Johnson August, coreraaker, bds 87 Holman. 

Johnson Augustine, engineer P,F W&C Ry, res 157 Holman. 



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Johnson Bernard, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 87 Hohnan. 

Johnson Clarence F, machinist, bds w s Hauna s of Pontiac. 

Johnson Miss Ella J, opr W U Tel Co, bds 187 W Washington. 

Johnson Enoch, druggist 28 Force, res 12 same. 

Johnson Garrett, laborer N G Olds <fe Sons, res 130 Maumee. 

Johnson Huldah (wid Thomas), res 91 E Main. 

Johnson Isaac, watchman, res 59 Oakley. 

Johnson Jacob, laborer, res w s Thomas 3 s of Horace. 

Johnson John W, clerk Wm Getting, res 136 W De Wald. 

Johnson Josiah, car inspector, res 30 Melita. 

Johnson Loren H, track master Citizens' Street Railway Co, 
res 25 Holman. 

Johnson Miss Mary E, res 91 E Main. 

Johnson Monroe, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res 134 Force. 

Johnson Oliver, helper City Green House, bds 16 E Wash- 
ington. 

Johnson Oscar B, res 187 W Washington. 

Johnson Peter H, blacksmith Bass F & M Works, res 322 E 
Jefferson. 

Johnson Richard, Fireman Peters' Box & Lumber 
Co, res 155 High. 

Johnson Sarah E (M Diehl & Co), res 147 Griffith. 

Johnson Schuyler P^ solicitor Slagle, Bair & Co, bds Fleming 
House. 

Johnson Smith, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds u w cor Wal- 
ton ave and R R. 

Johnson Wm, laborer, bds Joseph Pfleger. 

Johnston John, driver City Fire Dept, bds 55 E Berry. 

Johnston Wm jr, sec Olds' Wagon Works, res 154 E Berry. 

Jolly Frank, clerk Joseph Langard, bds same. 

Jones Miss Am^ida, bds Ogden Pierce. 

Jones Ambrose F, letter carrier, res 305 Harrison. 

Jones Arthur, clerk fruit house, bds 49 Walnut. 

Jones Bridget (wid John), res 104 Madison. 

Jones Catherine (wid Paul), res w s Oliver 1 s of Horace. 

Jones Charles E, deputy county recorder, res 310 W Jefferson. 

Jones Charles M, tracing elk P," F W & C Ry, res 12 7 Mont- 
gomery. 

Jones Christina (wid Reason V), bds 161 W Washington. 

Jones Edgar W, spoke turner Boseker, White & Co, bds 509 
E Lewis. 

Jones Edward S, engineer G R »fe I R R, bds 82 Baker. 

Jones Mrs Emma A, teacher Fort Wayne Conservatory of 
Music, res 152 E Berry. 

Jones Frank P, bookkeeper Grafmiller & Barrett, res 146 
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Jones Frederick W, hackman, res 39 W Washington. 

Jones Fremont L (F L Jones & Co), res 24 Jones. 

Jones F li & Co (Fremont L Jones), Proprs Troy Steam 
Laundry 50 Pearl. {See bottom lines.) 

Jones George F, printer Ft Wayne Gazette, res 78 E Wash- 
ington. 

Jones Georg-e W, Lawyer, Real Estate, Abstracts of 
Title and Loans 1 Seidel Block, res 146 Jackson. {See 
adv, p 93.) 

Jones Harry, apprentice Humphries & Gerow, bds 74 Nelson. 

Jones Harvey P, bookkeeper F L Jones & Co, bds 24 Jones. 

Jones Heber F, bookkeeper W H Miller, res 219 E Wayne. 

Jones Henry, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 17 Lavina. 

Jones Henry, laborer, bds w s Oliver 1 s of Horace. 

Jones Isaac, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res 356 Calhoun. 

Jones John, maoh W, St L & P Ry, res 63 Butler. 

Jones John C, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, rooms 284 Cal- 
houn. 

Jones John P, brakeman, bds w s Oliver 1 s of Horace. 

Jones Joseph H, physician 320 W Jefferson, res same. 

Jones Levi M, real estate 26 Court, res 152 E Berry. 

Jones Lloyd, clerk fruit house, res 49 Walnut. 

Jones Martha A, principal Training School, bds 53 W Su- 
perior. 

Jones Mary (wid David), res 53 W Superior. 

Jones Mrs Mary B, rooms 74 E Lewis. 

Jones Maurice L, photographer 44 Calhoun, res same. 

Jones Nancy (wid Lewis), bds 49 Harmer. 

Jones Robert M, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 146 Wallace. 

Jones Silas, wire fence, res 222 W Washington. 

Jones Silas, drayman, bds 94 Thomas. , 

Jones Theodore F, eng W, St L & P Ry, res 609 E Lewis. 

Jones Thomas, porter Coombs <fe Co, res 30 Pine. 

Jones Thomas jr, clerk Coombs & Co, bds 30 Pine. 

Jones Wm, engineer, res 70 Nelson. 

Jones Wm F, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 98 Union. 

Jones Wm H, editor Fort Wayne Journal, res 103 W Berry. 

Joost Albert, music teacher 132 W Jefferson, res same. 

Jordan Catherine (wid Stephen), res 135 Lafayette. 

Jordan George, coachman C S Knight. 

Jordan George, laborer, res 37 Wilt. 

Joslyn G E, conductor, bds The Robinson. 

Josse Miss Anne, milliner, bds 138 Wells. 

Josse Charles P, driver Root & Company, bds 138 Wells. 

Josse Edward, laborer, res 167 N Harrison. 

Josse Louisa (wid John), res 138 Wells. 



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Jourdaiii Celestain J, grocer 98 Maumee road, res 9-i same. 
Jourdain John N, manager G P Barnum, bds 91 E Columbia. 
Juergens August H, brickmaker A Ormiston & Bro, res w s 

Lafayette nr intersection Piqua Road. 
Juergens Wm, carp Jacoby & Wiegand, bds 25 Hough. 
Juergensen Peter K, clerk Morgan & Beaeh,res e of Spy Run. 
Juilerat Addie, domestic 46 W Superior. 
Julliard Miss Frances M, dressmaker, bds 164 E Lewis. 
Junge Gottlieb, laborer, bds 35 John. 
Junghans Edwin R F, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 

22 Allen. 
Just Augusta (wid Frederick), res -310 Hanua. 
Just Frederick, carpet weaver .310 Hanna, res same. 
Just Wra, laborer, res n s Wayne Trace 1 e of Walton ave. 



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Kaade August, helper W, St L <bP Ry, res 270 Broadway. 
Kaade Ferdinand, spoke turner N G Ofds & Sons, bds 56 Wall. 
Kaade Wm, machine hand, bds 56 Wall. 
Kaae Jens A, spoke driver Olds' Wagon Works, res 334 

Lafayette. 
Kaag Henry, printer Keller Medicine Co, bds 66 Butler. 
Kaag Jacob C (Kaag & Bro), res 283 W Jefferson. 
Kaag Matthias F (Kagg & Bro), res 45 N Cass. 
Kaa^ & Bro (Matthias F and Jacob C), Crockery, Glass- 
ware, Bar Goods, Lamps and Chandeliers 5 E Columbia. 

{See bottom lines.) 
Kabisch Frederick, butcher 135 Fairfield ave, res 182 same. 
Kabisch John H, barber 137 Fairfield ave, res 182 same. 
Kabisch Louisa (wid Frederick), bds 93 Baker. 
Kabisch Rudolph, butcher Fred Eckart, res 182E'airfield ave. 
Kaeck Peter, carpenter Cochrane & Humphrey, res 6 St 

Mary's ave. 
Kaehler Rev Emmerich W, editor Abend Schule of St Louis,. 

res 133 Barr. 
Kahnlien Henry, barber Ehrman & Geller, res 343 W Jeffei'- 

son. 
Kahoe Wm, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 72 Chicago. 
Kaiser, see also Kayser, Keiser and Kiser. 
Kaiser Andrew, clerk, res 127 Madison. 
Kaiser Charles, blacksmith W, St L & P Ry, res 34 Allen. 
Kaiser Christian H, painter, res 9 Hood. 
Kaiser Conrad C, foreman Peters' Box «& Lumber Co, res n 

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Kaiser Ernest, molder, bds 216 E Wayne. 

Kaisei- Ernst, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 186 E Lewis. 

Kaiser Frederick, boilermaker, res w s John 3 s of Creighton. 

Kaiser Mina (wid Henry), res 127 Madison. 

Kaiser Miss Minnie, bds w s John 3 s of Creighton ave. 

Kaiser Sophie, domestic Thomas Ahern. 

Kaiser Wm, patternmkr C L Olds & Co, bds Conrad C Kaiser. 

Kaiser Wm, clerk Gottlieb Niemann, bds 68 Brackeuridge. 

Kalbacher, see also Kohlhacher. 

Kalbacher AntOU (John Scheffer & Co, A Kalbacher 

& Co), Proprietor St Joseph Mills 65 E Columbia, res 234 

E Wayne. 
Kalbacher A & Co (Anton Kalbacher, Wm Pothoff), dealers 

in flour, feed and provisions 296 Calhoun. 
Kalbacher Marx, bds 234 E Wayne. 
Kallen Peter, foreman, res n s Mary e of Runisay ave. 
Kalmbach Frederick, laborer, res s s Eckart nr Hanna. 
Kalvirisky Barnard, pedler, res 231 E Wayne. 
Kamm George L, letter carrier Post Office, res 9 Harrison. 
Mammaer Henry, wiper N Y, C & St L Ry, res 87 St Mary's. 
Kammeier Minnie, domestic 98 E Berry. 
Kammer Henry, laborer Coombs & Co, bds 183 Francis. 
Kamp George, machinist, res 32 Colerick. 
Kampe Charles A, bookkeeper Fred Eckart, res 50 W Lewis. 
Kampe Gustave J H, teacher, i-es 304 W Jefferson. 
Kampe J Christian, clerk L, S & M S Ry, bds 50 W Lewis. 
Kamphues Henry, butcher J J Leikauf, res 88 Madison. 
Kamphues Mary (wid Joseph), bds 38 Wall. 
Kannaga Francis J, brakeman, res 86 Williams. 
Kannaga Lee A, conductor P, F W »& C Ry, res 88 Williams. 
Kane Charles E, clerk James M Kane & Bro, bds 88 W Berry. 
Kane Hannah (wid James), bds 50 W Berry. 
Kane James, laborer, bds Wm Golden Old Piqua road. 
Kane James F, clerk James M Kane & Bro, bds 88 W Berry. 
Kane James M (James M Kane & Bro), res 88 W Berry. 
Kane James M & Bro (James M and Patrick H), notions 24 

Calhoun. * 

Kane John, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds Sallier House. 
Kane John P, conductor P, F W & C'Ry, res 66 Monroe. 
Kane Mary, bds 50 W Berry. 

Kane Patrick H (James M Kane & Bro), res 50 W Berry. 
Kanemann Catherine (wid Frederick), res e s McLaughlin 

1 s of Leith. 
Kanemann John, laborer Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 16 

McClellan. 
Kanne August, painter P, F W & C Ry, res 97 Montgomery. 

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Kanne Frederick, laborer, res 95 Montgomery. 

Kanne Frederick H, blackratli P, F W & C Ry, res 92 Mont- 
gomery. 

Kanney Charles, laborer N Leonard & Son, bds T J Leonard. 

JKanning Charlotte (wid Henry), res rear 67 Maumee road. 

Kanning Frederick, city express, bds 59 E Wayne. 

Kanning Henry, bender Louis Rastetter, bds 59 E Wayne. 

Kanning Henry F, engineer P, F W & C Ry, bds 99 Madison. 

Kanning Sophia (wid Louis), res 99 Madison. 

Kanning Sophie (wid Wm), res 59 E Wayne. 

Kanzlay Edward D, brakeman, bds Sallier House. 

Kaough Julian, machinist Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 166 
Montgomery. 

Kaough Richard, engineer, bds 166 Montgomery. 

Kaough Wm, agent, res 166 Montgomery. 

Kapaes Philip, coachman Hanna Homestead. 

Kapp Miss Caroline, bds s e cor Lillie and Creighton ave. 

Kapp Henry J, machinist, bds s e cor Lillie and Creighton. 

Kapp Michael, res s e cor Lillie and Creighton ave. 

Kappel Henry, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 178 E Washington. 

Kappel Henry J, boilermaker P, F W & C Ry, bds 180 E 
Washington. 

Kappel John, res 178 E Washington. 

Karbach Theodore, laborer, res s s Eckart 4 e of Hanna. 

Karde Wm, spoketurner N G Olds & Sons, res 56 Wall. 

Karge Joseph J, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 248 Calhoun. 

Kariger George, tinner, res rear 43 E Columbia. 

Karn, see also Kern. 

Karn Samuel A, agent, bds 215 E Wayne. 

Karns Mrs Barbara E, dressmaker .355 Lafayette, res same. 

Karns Charles, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, res 18 N Cass. 

Karns Calvin H, wbeel rimmer Olds' Wagon Works, res 274 
Webster. 

Karns Wilson C, machine hand, res 355 Lafayette. 

Karp Louis, laborer, res e s Walton ave 1 s of Vine. 

Kartholl Caroline (wid Joseph), bds 112 Clay. 

Kaschar Gallier, tailor, bds Custer House. 

Kassel, see also Castle. 

Kassel Louis, clerk fruit house, res 18 Madison. 

Kassel Paul, laborer Bass F & M Works, bds 351 E Wayne. 

Kasten Louis C, cigarmaker George Reiter, bds 116 W 
Jefferson. 

Katt August C (A C Katt & Co), bds 41 Maumee ave. 

Katt A C & Co (August C Katt, Louis A Etzold), Books 
and News 12 W Berry. 

Katt Clans, mason, res 41 Maumee road. 

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Kauffman Frank, clerk, bds 55 E Columbia. 

Kauflfman John, painter, bds 55 E Columbia. 

Kauflfman Loren, teamster, bds 55 E Columbia. 

Kauffman Sarah (wid Philander), res 55 E Columbia. 

Kaufmann Catherine (wid Christian), res 33 Hanna. 

Kaufmann Miss Katie, seamstress, bds 330 Hanna. 

Kaufmann Miss Ricca, seamstress, bds 330 Hanna. 

Kaufmann Valentine, helper, bds 27 Force. 

Kaup Charles, laborer, res 63 E Superior. 

Kautter Christian J F, baker C W Jacobs, bds same. 

Kavanaugh Thomas, expressman, res 14 Fulton. 

Kay Ann (wid Wm), res 79 Holman. 

Kay Benjamin, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 118 W 
Creighton ave. 

Kay Benjamin A, woodcarver Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 122 
W Creighton ave. 

Kaylor F, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, rooms Driscoll Hall. 

Kaylor Joseph, carpenter, res w s St Mary's ave 2 n of N Y, C 
& St L Ry. 

Kaylor Mary A (wid Peter), bds Wm Smith. 

Kaylor Wm, laboi-er, res s w cor Spring and St Mary's ave. 

Kayser, see also Kaiser, Keiser and Kiser. 

Kayser Anton, tailor, res 252 W Jefferson. 

Kayser Frederick, shoemaker Peter Eggeman, res 13 Monroe. 

Kayser Frederick, tailor 42 Harrison, res same. 

Kayser Wm, clerk, bds 68 Brackenridge. 

Kean Oscar B, printer Newspaper Union, res 71 Dawson. 

Kearney Edward, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, bds 19 Baker. 

Kearns, see also Karns. 

Kearns Mrs Bridget (wid Thomas), res 265 Hanna. 

Kearns Dennis, butcher D J Shaw, bds 265 Hanna. 

Kearns James, printer, rooms Keystone Block. 

Kearns Jane (wid Andrew), bds n s Taber 1 e of Lafayette. 

Kearns Miss May, bds 265 Hanna. 

Kearns Patrick, res 265 Hanna. 

Keator Theron P, trav dgt A C Trentman, res 89 W Berry. 

Keefer, see also Kiefer. 

Keefer Christian, stonecutter Wm & J J Geake, res 25 West. 

Keefer John, brickmaker Wm Miller, res w s Lafayette 1 s of 
Leith. 

Keefer Philip F, carpenter W, St L & P Ry, bds 191 W 
DeWald. 

Keegan Charles M, clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds 135 W Wash- 
ington. 

Keeg^n Patrick H, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 147 W 
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Keegan Wm, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 71 Melita. 

Keel, see also Keil and Kiel. 

Keel Aurora C, Bookseller, Stationer and News Depot 
139 Broadway, res same. 

Keel Mrs A C, Millinery, Fancy Goods and Notions 137 
Broadway, res same. 

Keeler Henry, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res Chicago, 111. 

Keen Wra, laborer, bds 185 Fairfield ave. 

Keener Aaron M, miller J B Manning & Co, res 144 E 
Jefferson. 

Kees Frank, fireman, res 35 Wilt. 

Keffer Nicholas, laborer, res 25 Duck. 

Kegel Leah, domestic 113 W Main. 

Kegelmann Julius, Mattress Manufacturer and Patent 
Feather Renovator n e cor E Wayne and Walton ave, 
res same. (*S'ee adv, p 91.) 

Kegg Emanuel, carpenter, res 66 Butler. 

Kegg Henry L, printer, bds 66 Butler. 

Kehler Henry, laborer, bds 51 Archer ave. 

Kehoe Frank I, mach, res n s Grant bet Oliver and Thomas. 

Keifer Frederick, laborer, res 5 Sturgis. 

Keikener Mary, domestic 177 Hanna. 

Keil, see also Keel and Kiel. 

Keil Bros (David S, Frederick W, Louis D and Jacob 
H), Proprs Fort Wayne Gazette 30 E Berry, and Book- 
sellers and Stationers 3 Keystone Block. ((See adv, opp 
p 166.) 

Keil David S (Keil Bros and Gazette Co), res 141 E Berry. 

Keil Emma J, asst cash Keil Bros, bds 145 W Superior. 

Keil Frederick W, Postmaster (Keil Bros and Ga- 
zette Co), res 145 W Superior. 

Keil Jacob H (Keil Bros), res 143 W Superior. 

Keil Louis D (Keil Bros), res 145 W Superior. 

Keilliger Jacob, laborer, bds 293 Hanpa. 

Keintz John, fireman G R & I R R, res 293 Hanna. 

Keintz Miss Lizzie, dressmaker Mrs M A Noll, bds Valentine 
Keintz. 

Keinz Phillip, Leader Ft Wayne City Band, and Saloon 
307 Lafayette, res same. 

Keiser, see also Kaiser, Kayser and Kiser. 

Keiser Malinda, domestic 2S9 W Washington. 

Keith Robei-t F, supt Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 282 W Berry. 

Kelker Anthony, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 174 Griffith. 

Kelker Harry O, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 174 Griffith. 

Kelker Henry, carp Kendrick & Shrimpton, res 111 E Wayne. 

Kelker Louis, teamster Coombs & Co, bds 184 Francis. 

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Kelker Samuel S, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 144Holman. 

Kelker Wm, res 120 Clinton. 

Kelker Wm C, fireman G R & I R R, res 84 Baker. 

■ Kellam George I, ironworker C F Muhler, res 223 Madison. 

Kelleger Jacob, laborer, bds 293 Hanna. 

Keller Andrew, bds 313 W Washington. 

Keller Casper, laborer, res 267 Hanna. 

Keller Charles, filemaker C C Miller, res 224 W Main.. 

Keller Charles C, Propr Empire File Works 20 W 
Main, res same. 

Keller Frank, marblecutter Keller & Brunner, bds 313 W 
Washington. 

Keller Frank, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 287 E Lewis. 

Keller H, conductor P, F W & C Ry. 

Keller Josiah O (Keller Medicine Co), res 71 Harrison. 

Keller Medicine Co (Josiah O Keller, Ashbel G Strain), 
manufacturing pharmacists 69 to 75 Harrison. 

Keller Philander T, clerk Keller Medicine Co, rooms 73 Har- 
rison. 

Keller Sebastian (Keller & Brunner), res 313 W Washington. 

Keller «& Brnuuer (Sebastian Keller, Cornelius Brun- 
ner), Monuments and Tombstones 124 W Main. 

Kellermeier Wm, coachman 113 W Berry. 

Kellermeyer Christian, teamster, res 10 MeClellan. 

Kelley Daniel, laborer, res 204 E Wayne. 

Kelley Elizabeth (wid Michael), res 116 Chicago. 

Kelley Frank B, clerk F J Beach, bds 37 Gay. 

Kelley James N, laborer, res 37 Gay. 

Kelley Jacob, clerk Root & Co, bds 121 E Washington. 

Kelley John, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 313 Harrison. 

Kelley John, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 204 E Wayne. 

Kelley John B, saloon 72 E Columbia, rooms same. 

Kelley John M, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res s w cor 
Horace and Holton ave. 

Kelley Mary (wid Thomas), bds 17 Bakei-. 

Kelley Michael, molder Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 116 Chi- 
cago. 

Kelley Michael M, saloon 250 Calhoun, res 142 E Jefferson. 

Kelley Regina C (wid John M), res 121 E Washington. 

Kelley Simon, engine hostler N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 203 Barr. 

Kelley Thomas, porter, bds 116 Chicago. 

Kelley Thomas, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 313 Harrison. 

Kellogg Miss Ida M, teacher of voice culture 190 Hanna, bds 
same. 

Kellogg John H, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 36 Hough. 

Kelly Miss Anna, seamstress, bds 313 Harrison. 

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Kelly Catherine (wid Patrick), res 203 Barr. 

Kelly Christopher, constable, res 82 Madison. 

Kelly Dennis, brickmaker Catherine Koehler, bds same. 

Kelly James, fireman P, F W & C Ry, bds 6 Kansas. 

Kelly James F, mach N Q Olds & Sons, rooms 143 Holman. 

Kelly John, laborer, res 81 Hoagland ave. 

Kelly John H, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 9 Walnut. 

Kelly John J, clerk Coombs & Co, bds 82 Madison. 

Kelly Joseph, printer, bds 6 Kansas. 

Kelly Maggie, domestic 96 E Berry. 

Kelly Patrick, laborer, res 9 Walnut. 

Kelly Robert E, fireman, bds Thomas F Kelly. 

Kelly Theresa, domestic 97 E Jefferson. 

Kelly Thomas, engineer Troy laundry, bds 18 Maiden Lane. 

Kelly Thomas F, laborer, res n e cor Barthold and 3d. 

Kelly Timothy, laborer, bds 18 Brandriff. 

Kelsch Nicholas, cabinetmaker Peters' Box & Lumber Co, bds 
136 Barr. 

Kelsey Isaac H, res 174 Huffman. 

Kelsey James T, meat market 22 Harrison, res same. 

Kelsey Wm H, clerk J T Kelsey, res 42 Peari. 

Kemler Charles, cigarmaker J C Eckert, res 206 W Jefferson. 

Kemler Miss Lizzie, dressmaker, bds 206 W Jefferson. 

Kemp Amelia, domestic, 72 W Wayne. 

Kemp Cornelius W, teamster Hoffman Bros, res w s St Mary's 
ave 3 n of nickel plate track. 

Kemp Edgar (Edgar Kemp & Co), res 169 E Wayne. 

Kemp Edgar & Co (Edgar Kemp), Grocers 55 E Co- 
lumbia. 

Kemp Herbert L, asst cash George DeWald & Co, bds 169 
E Wayne. 

Kemp John, wagonmaker Olds' Wagon Works, res 84 W De- 
Wald. 

Kemp Martin W, sawyer Hoffman Bros, res 214 W Jefferson. 

Kemp Samuel, wheel rimmer Olds' Wagon Works, bds 84 W 
DeWald. 

Kemp Whitley, teamster, res w s St Mary's ave 3 n of N Y, 
C & St L Ry. 

Kempf John W, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 17 High. 

Kempf Wm, baker Louis Blase, res 17 High. 

Kendrick Frank B (Kendriok & Shrimpton), res 41 Harmer. 

Kendrick & Shrimpton (Frank B Kendrick, Alfred 
Shrimpton), Contractors and Builders 152 W Main. {See 
adv,p 53.) 

Kendricks Charies H, supply clerk N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 38 
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Kennedy John, engineer NY, C & St L Ry, res 25 Van Buren. 

Kennedy Mary, domestic 70 Harrison. 

Kennedy ThOtnas H, Proprietor Fleming House, 22 
and 24* W Berry. 

Kennelly Jeremiah, switchman, bds 56 Baker. 

Kennelly Michael, laborer, res 56 Baker. 

Kennelly Michael jr, conductor P, F W & C Ry, bds 56 Baker. 

Kennerk John, grain buyer, res 26 Murray. 

Kensill George, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 38 Hough. 

Kensill George W, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 148 Clay. 

Kensill John, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res le'e Madison. 

Kensill John C, boilermaker, res 173 Holman. 

Kensill Miss Kittio D, milliner, bds 148 Clay. 

Kent Mary, housekeeper McKiunie House. 

Kentz Charles, bricklayer, bds 45 4th. 

Kentz Phoebe (wid Alexander), res 45 4th. 

Kepler Miss Emma, bds 26 Gay. 

Kepler John G, clerk fruit house, res 26 Gay. 

Kepler Miss Lillie, bds 26 Gay. 

Keplinger Frank E, clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds 118 Force. 

Keplinger Harry A, bkkpr Keil & Bro, bds 127 Montgomery. 

Keplinger Jacob A, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 118 Force. 

Keplinger Vine, dressmaker, bds 159 E Lewis. 

Kerbach Frederick, stonemason, res e s Gay 1 s of Creighton. 

Kern, see also Karn and Giirran. 

Kern Jacob J, deputy county clerk, res 107 W Washington. 

Kern John, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, rooms 25 W 
Washington. 

Kerr liVni J, Lawyer, Claim and Patent Agent and 
Notary Public s w cor Calhoun and Berry, res s e cor 
Calhoun and Pontiac. 

Kerr Wm W, clerk Alex Muirhead & Co, bds s e cor Cal- 
houn and Pontiac. 

Kerte Ernest, laborer, res 85 Lillie. 

Kessen Jacob, wheel rimmer N G Olds & Sons, res 521 E 
Lewis. 

Kessens Christian, carpenter, res n weor Thomas and Samuel. 

Kessens Wm, teamster, res 363 E Washington. 

Kessler S Henry, molder Bass F & M Works, res 369 E Lewis. 

Kessler Wm F," barber Erhman & Geller, bds 12 Orchard. 

Kestel Peter P, raodelmakcr 133 Calhoun, res same. 

Ketcher John, fireman, res 23 Charles. 

Kethner Getto, painter, bds 86 Montgomery. 

Ketker Elizabeth (wid Frederick), res 18 Lavina. 

Ketker Frederick W, cutter Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 18 Lavina. 

Kettler Conrad F, letter carrier, bds 205 E Jefferson. 

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Kettler Eliza (wid Conrad), res 205 E Jefferson. 

Kettler Mary, dressmaker, bds 205 E Jefferson. 

Kettler Wm J, clerk D N Foster, res 46 Erie. 

Keuchle Philip, butcher C F Haiber, res 129 Wells. 

Key Clayton H, spoke driver N G Olds & Sons, res 239 Barr. 

Keys Catherine (wid John), res 17 Bass. 

Keyser Anton, clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds 123 Madison. 

Keyser Frederick, tailor, res 9 N Cass. 

Keyser Jacob, painter, res n w cor Reed and Pontiac. 

Keystone Block, s w cor Calhoun and Columbia. 

Kickley Isadora P, conductor P, F W & C Ry, bds 55 Melita. 

Kickley Joseph C, foreman molder W, St L & P Ry, res 90 

Chicago. 
Kidd John, mason, bds 145 Fairfield ave. 
Kidd Julia A (wid Robert), bds 213 E Wayne. 
Kiddy Andrew, printer, bds 224 Hugh. 
Kiefer, see also Reefer. 

Kiefer Adolph, supt letter carriers, res 94 W Jefferson. 
Kiefer George A, clerk postoffice, res 4 Elizabeth. 
Kiefer Henry, clerk Alderman & Yarnelle, res 4 Elizabeth. 
Kieffer Christian, carpenter, bds George Kieffer. 
Kieffer George, res s s De Wald 1 e of Broadway. 
Kieffer Philip, carpenter, bds George Kieffer. 
Kiefhaber Frederick J, barber 183 Broadway, res 168 Van- 

Buren. 
Kiefhaber George, laborer, res 168 Van Buren. 
Kiel, see also Keel and Keil. 
Kiel Christina, domestic 49 W Berry. 
Kiel Henry (Kiel & Bicknese), res 264 Webster. 
Kiel Wm C, clerk, res 277 Webster. 
Kiel & Bicknese (Henry Kiel, Frederick Bicknese), grocers 

356 Calhoun. 
Kienzle Christian, teamster, res 105 Huffman. 
Kierspe Charles F, mach W, St L & P Ry, res 39 Locust. 
Kierspe Frederick W, woodcarver Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 

39 Locust. 
Kiess John F, dry goods 197 and 199 Broadway, res same. 
Kietzman Albert, laborer, res 144 Maumee road. 
Kilbore Gershon D, brakeman, res w s Walton ave 1 s of 

Wayne Trace. 
Kilburn W,m E, clerk Root & Co, bds Hamilton House. 
Kiley Annie, domestic 19 W Jefferson. 
Kiley Miss Bridget, dressmaker, bds 33 Colerick. 
Kiley Dennis, machine hand, bds 33 Colerick. 
Kiley Mary (wid Thomas), res 33 Colerick. 
Kiley Morris, bralveinan P, F W & C Ry, bds 44 Baker. 

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Kilgore August, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res Walton ave 
n of P, F W & C Ry. 

Killen Wm, blacksmith, res ri s Creighton ave 1 e of 
Holton ave. 

Kilpatrick Mrs Mary, housekeeper Fort Wayne College. 

Kilpatrick Oscar D, engineer, res 33 N Calhoun. 

Kimball Benjamin H, carpenter, res 29 West. 

Kimball Frederick M, clerk W A Foote, bds 16 Brackenridge. 

Kimball Laura A, teacher Washington School, bds 29 West. 

Kimball Miss Mary E, bds 29 West. 

Kimball Samuel W, music teacher, res 136 Jackson. 

Kimberly Annie, laundress Aveline House. 

Kimmel Mrs Gertrude, housekeeper Peter Ernst. 

Kimrael Kinzey, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res 92 Chicago. 

Kimmel Michael, tinner, bds Commercial House. 

Kimmel Milton G, teamster Ft Wayne Organ Co, res w s 
Indiana ave bet Broadway and Fairfield ave. 

Kincade Francis B, carpenter C G French, res e s Harrison 
bet Main and Berry. 

Kincade Joseph H, boilermaker, bds 31 Hood. 

Kincaid Thomas F, teacher Fort Wayne College, bds same. 

Kind Ernst T, laborer, bds 225 Calhoun. 

Kindt Wm P, clerk Wm Struver, res 172 W Jefferson. 

King Caroline M, bds 62 Clinton. 

King Charles W, clerk P G Tompkins, bds 270^- Calhoun. " 

King David, engineer P, F W & C Ry, bds 262 Calhoun. 

King Eliza M (wid George E), res 125 Montgomery. 

King Emma E, bds 62 Clinton. 

King Frederick, car repairer P, F W & C Ry, res 271 E 
Washington. 

King Henry, carpenter, res 48 Oak. 

King Jonathan T, harnessmaker 43 E Columbia, res 2 Creigh- 
ton ave. 

King Miss Kate, bds 11 Monroe. 

King Rachael (wid Jacob), res 62 Clinton. 

King Sarah J, bds 62 Clinton. 

King Sophie, domestic 16 Union. 

King Victor, works P, F W & C Ry, res 271 E Washington. 

Kingdon Henry, bds 63 Wells. 

Kingry Wm F (D F Hoy & Bro), res 29 Pearl. 

Kingsley Guy, tel opr L S & M S Ry, rooms 94 Calhoun. 

Kinnaird Alexander, mach W, St L & P Ry, bds 25 Williams. 

Kinnaird Emma F, teacher Training School, bds 25 Williams. 

Kinnaird Robert, mach W, St L & P Rv, res 25 Williams. 

Kinnaird Robert F, clerk F W, C & L R R, bds 25 Williams. 

Kinnaird Wm M, clerk Empire Line, bds 25 Williams. 



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FORT WAYNE DIEECTORY. 243 

Kinnam Mattie (wid John), bds 392 Calhoun. 

Kinnard Sarah (wid James), bds 169 Clinton. 

Kinney Michael, lab P, F W & C Ry, res 123 W DeWald. 

Kinsey Jacob J, barber 272 Calhoun, res 78 Brackenridge. 

Kinsey John F, musical director, res 254 W Jefferson. 

Kintz Alexander, mason, bds 131 N Cass. 

Kintz Ambrose W, mason, res 149 Archer ave. 

Kintz Henry, teamster C L Centlivre, res s s Putnam 1 e of 
Hensch. 

Kintz Jacob J, conductor, res 131 N Cass. 

Kintz John, teamster C L Centlivre, bds Thomas Hunt. 

Kintz John, blacksmith P, F W & C Ry, res 146 Holman. 

Kintz John W, carp P, F W & C Ry, bds 146 Holman. 

Kirbach Annie, domestic 367 Lafayette. 

Kirbach Ernst F, lab N G Olds & Sons, res 148 Smith. 

Kirbach Robert, painter Olds' Wagon Works, bds 148 Smith. 

Kirbaugh Mattie, domestic F E Nave. 

Kirbisch Anna, domestic 12 Chicago. 

Kirby Michael, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 29 Colerick. 

Kirchefer Harry A, painter P, F W & C Ry, res 179 Monroe. 

Kirchefer Herman, painter, res 260 E Jefferson. 

Kirchner Albert, fireman, res 38 Walnut. 

Kirchner Charles, farmer, res 44 Oak. 

Kirchner Gottlieb, mail carrier, res 16 Nirdlinger ave. 

Kirkendall Edward L, hostler F K Cosgrove jr, bds 18 Maid- 
en Lane. 

Kirkham Jennie, blanket weaver French, Hanna & Co, bds 
Wm Kirkham. 

Kirkham Mary (wid John), bds 177 E Jefferson. 

Kirkham Wm, weaver French, Hanna & Co, res w 8 Spy Run 
ave n of Elizabeth. 

Kirkham Wm jr, apprentice Robert Ogden, bds Wm Kirk- 
ham. 

Kirkhoff Caroline (wid Frederick), res 157 Broadway. 

Kirkhoff Miss Eliza, dressmaker, bds 157 Broadway. 

Kirkhoff Wm, messenger P, F W & C Ry, bds 157 Broadway. 

Kirkland Emily (wid John), res s s Greene 1 e of Thomas. 

Kiser, see also Kaiser, Kayser and Keiser. 

Kiser Angeline (wid Peter), res 98 Ewing. 

Kiser Byron L, clerk Peter Kiser, rooms 25 Calhoun. 

Kiser Charles S, carpenter, bds 70 W Wayne. 

Kiser Christian H, lab P, F W & C Ry, res 23 Walnut. 

Kiser Lottie, domestic 219 Lafayette. 

Kiser Peter, general store 25 Calhoun, res same. 

Kiser Mrs Rebecca, res 70 W Wayne. 

Kiser Wayne, bartender T J Hunt, bds same. 



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Kitselman John, stonemason, res 9 Smith. 

Klabach Paul A, brickmaker A Ormiston & Bro, bds Lewis 

Ormiston. 
Klaber Minnie, cook Mayer House. 

Klaehn Robert, cabinetmaker Griebel & Son, bds 51 Wells. 
Klaffer Charles, laborer S H Beverforden, bds 197 Ewing. 
Klanke Frederick, carpenter, res 237 Barr. 
Klar Adam, canvasser, bds 29 Hough. 
Klebe Henry, laborer, res 146 Franklin ave. 
Klee John, painter F W, C & L R R, res 378 E Washington. 
Kleiderlein Frederick, machinist, bds Washington House. 
Klein, see also Inline. 
Klein Charles, nightwatchman French, Hanna & Co, res 89 

Hanna. 
Kleinegees Henrietta (wid Rev Adolph), res 153 Harrison. 
Kleinmiller Henry, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 55 Madison. 
Kleinrichert Kate, domestic 92 Montgomery. 
Kleinsbrge Herman, teamster, res 164 High. 
Klenke Conrad, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 58 W Lewis. 
Klenke Henry, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res e s Lafayette 

nr E Lewis. 
Klepper Charles, cab builder P, F W & C Ry, res 44 Oliver. 
Klett Jacob, lumber and shingles 54 Pearl, res 120 Union. 
Klett John A, bookkeeper Jacob Klett, bds 120 Union. 
Kley Miss Eliza, dressmaker, bds 336 W Main. 
Kley Frederick, cooper, res 336 W Main. 
Kley Frederick jr, cooper, res 308 W Jefferson. 
Kline, see also Klein. 

Kline Frederick, clerk W Jacobs & Son, res 11 Lavina. 
Kline Henry, clerk Jacob Kline, bds 118 E Barry. 
Kline Jacob, grocer 30 E Columbia, res 118 E Berry. . 
Kline James W, trackman W, St L «fe P Ry, bds 37 Baker. 
Kline John, bds 130 E Lewis. 
Kline Joseph, brickmaker J A Koehler, bds same. 
Kline Laura, seamstress, bds 130 E Lewis. 
Kline Milton, carpenter, bds 11 Lavina. 
Kline Peter, clerk Falk & Lamley, res 97 N Cass. 
Kline Wm, clerk Jacob Kline, bds 118 E Berry. 
Kling John, foreman Summit City Soap Co, res 138 Maumee 

road. 
Klingel Mrs Barbara (wid Martin), res 289 Hanna. 
Klingel John, laborer Bass F & M Works, bds 289 Hanna. 
Klingel John M, coremaker Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, res 289 

Hanna. 
Klingel Martin, laborer, bds 289 Hanna. 
Klingenberger John, carp P, F W & C Ry, res 285 Hanna. 



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Klingenberger John, machine hand N G Olds & Sons, bds 285 

Hanna. 
Klingenberger Joseph A, teamster, bds 178 E Lewis. 
Klingenberger Justine, cashboy fruit house, bds 285 Hanna. 
Klinger Isaac, driver Powers & Barnett, res 16 Sturgis. 
Klinger James E, driver Powers & Barnett, res 10 Harrison. 
Klinger Madison, bartender Lewis Clark, bds Oliver House. 
Klingmann Anna C, bds 373 Lafayette. 

Klingmann'Catherine, elk C H Waltemath, bds 373 Lafayette 
Klingmann George, laborer, bds 373 Lafayette. 
Klingmann John, cattle dealer, res 373 Lafayette. 
Klinkel Michael, conductor, res 36 Lillie. 
Klinkenberg Otto, prescription clerk Meyer Bros & Co, room 

2 Keystone Block. 
Klinkenberg Paul G, elk Meyer Bros & Co, rooms 2 Keystone 

Block. 
Klippel Nicholas, machinist Bass F & M Works, res 465 

Lafayette. 
Klipp^rt George, baker C W Jacobs, bds same. 
Kloepper Henry, laborer, res 19 Wilt. 

Klotz Daniel, grocer n w cor Allen and Calhoun, res same. 
Klotz Herman, wiper P, F W & C Ry, res w s Lafayette 

2 s of Pontiac. 
Klueber Barbara (wid Christian ), res 297 Hanna. 
Klueber Sebastian B, engineer, res 297 Hanna. 
Klueppel Zina, milliner M &L Krull, bds 102 Gay. 
Klug Gregor, boots and shoes 204 Hanna, res same. 
Klug Martin, carpenter, res 293 E Wayne. i 

Klug Oswald, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, bds 12 Force. 
Kluppel John G, stonemason, res 77 Smith. 
Klusman Frederick, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 80 Smith. 
Knaack Frederick C, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 166 

Broadway. 
Knapp Annie, domestic 241 W Wayne. 
Knapp Rowena L (wid Dr Isaac), res e s Fairfield ave, 1 s of 

Pontiac. 
Knapp Wm B, D D l§, Dentist 36 E Berry, res same. 
Knapper Daniel, iron worker C F Miihler, bds 389 W Main. 
Kneale Oran C, adjuster Standard Life Association, bds Robin- 
son House. 
Knecht Henry, laborer, bds 248 Calhoun. 
Knecht John, spokefitter N G Olds & Sons, bds 22 W 

Jefferson. 
Knecht John, laborer, bds 27 Erie. 
Knecht Kate, domestic 213 W Berry. 
Knight Miss Ada, clerk, bds n s Eckart, 4 e of Hanna. 

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Knight Charles S, with Fort Wayne Gas Light Co, res e' s 

Spy Run ave. 
Knight Miss Cornelia E, bds n s Eckart 4 e of Hanna. 
Knight Miss Eliza M, bds n s Eckart 4 e of Hanna. 
Knight Miss Flora, bds n s Eckart 4 e of Hanna. 
Knight Miss Jennie, dressmaker, res s w cor Washington and 

Broadway. 
Knight Thomas, carpenter F W, C & L R R, bds n s Eckart 

4 e of Hanna. , 

Knight Wm, master carbuilder F W, C & L R R, res n s 

s Eckart 4 e of Hanna. 
Knoche August, painter, bds w s Thomas 1 n of Creighton. 
Knoehe Henry, teamster, bds w s Thomas 1 n of Creighton. 
Knoche Peter K, laborer Bass F & M Works, res w s Thomas 

1 n of Creighton ave. 
Knock Frederick, laborer, res 166 Broadway. 
Knock Wm F (Knock & Pens), bds 166 Broadway. 
Knock & Pens (Wm F Knock, W Henry Pens), saloon 173 

Broadway. 
Knode Ernst, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 23 Baker. 
Knoder George W, painter P, F W & C Ry, res 241 E Lewis. 
Knoll William H, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 15 Miner. 
Knothe Julius (Beaver, Miller & Co), res 23 Madison. 
Knothe Julius A, cabinetmaker P E Wolf, res 23 Madison. 
Knox Thomas E, lab, res s s Elizabeth 4 w of Spy Run ave. 
Knuth Henry, laborer, res 67 Huffman. 
Koby J Medargus, painter, res 85 Maumee road. 
Koch, see also Cook. 
Koch Anton, laborer, res 57 W Lewis. 
Koch Catherine (wid Adam), res 34^ John. 
Koch Charles, piano repairer, res 25 W Washington. 
Koch Christian, wheat buyer, res 45 W Jefferson. 
Koch Christian, carpenter, res rear 72 Brackenridge. 
Koch Christian jr, machinist, res 48 W Lewis. 
Koch Elizabeth (wid J Wm), res 119 Lafayette. 
Koch Frank, carpenter, bds 231 Barr. 
Koch John, clerk Fred Eckart, res 99 E Wayne. 
Koch John B, grocery and saloon 122 E Washington, res 124 

same. 
Koch Maggie (wid John), notions and fancy goods 76 Barr, 

res same. 
Koch Sophia (wid Anton), res 58 W Lewis. 
Koch Valentine, laborer, bds 34^ John. 
Koch Wm, boilermaker C L Olds & Co, res 58 W Lewis. 
Kochel Richard, engineer French, Hanna & Co, res 16 W 

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Kocher John, restaurant 13 Harrison, res same. 
Kocks Frank C, wiper P, F W & € Ry, bds 27 High. 
Koeks Frank J, sawyer Peters' Box & Lumber Co, res 27 

High. 
Kocks Henry B, boot and shoemaker 61 Wells, res same. 
Kocks John B, sawyer Hoffman Bros, bds 27 High. 
Kocks Mary, tailoress John "Wasserbach, bds 27 High. 
Koeble Eva (wid J George), janitress Harmer School, res 222 

Madisoiv 
Koeddermann Wm, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 191 Calhoun. 
Koegel Charles M, clerk Warner & Koegel, bds 54 Lavina. 
Koegel Christian (Warner & Koegel), res 54 Lavina. 
Koegel John C, watchmaker Trenkley & Scherzinger, bds 64 

Lavina. 
Koehl Adam, coremaker Bass F & M Works, res 49 St 

Martins. 
Koehl Jacob, stonecutter Wm Moellering, res \8 Buchanan. 
Koehl Michael, stonecutter, res 30 Buchanan. 
Koehl Wendlin, boilermaker Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 84 

Force. 
Koehler, see also Kohler. 
Koehler Catherine (wid Michael), brickyard bet Calhoun and 

Lafayette s of limits, res w s Lafayette s of limits. 
Koehler John A, Brick Manufacturer e s Lafayette 

nr limits, res w s Lafayette s of limits. 
Koehler Louis, foreman Catherine Koehler, res w s Lafayette 

8 of limits. 
Koehler Louis H, laborer Coombs & Co, res 25 Smith. 
Koehlinger Peter, monuments, res 158 Montgomery. 
Koeneg Frederick, clerk, res 334 E Washington. 
Koenemann John, laborer, res 16 McClellan. 
Koenig Charles F C, clerk Wm Koenig & Son, bds 335 E 

Washington. 
Koenig Christian F (Wm Koenig & Son), bds 335 E Wash- 
ington. 
Koenig Rev Edward, pastor St Paul's German Catholic 

church, res 95 Griffith. 
Koenig Frederick, tailor 58 W Main, res same. 
Koenig Frederick jr, tailor F Koenig, bds 58 W Main. 
Koenig Frederick A, clerk Rothschild & Bro, res 335 E 

Washington. 
Koenig Henry, carpenter W, St L & P Ry, res 48 Oak. 
Koenig Johanna, domestic 54 E Main. 
Koenig John, mason, res 86 Barr. 
Koenig Sophia, domestic 242 W Berry. 
Koenig Miss Theresa, res 95 Griffith. 

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Koenig Wm (Wm Koenig & Son), res 335 E Washington. 
Koenig Wm jr, boilermaker C L Olds & Co, bds 335 E 

Washington. 
Koeni§^ Win &, Son (Wm and Christian F), Grocers 89 

Harmer. 
Koepf Amelia, domestic 336 W Washington. 
Koerber Ernst, laborer, res 148 Smith. 

Koester Frank, laborer Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 160 Cal- 
houn. 
Koester John, res 160 Calhoun. 
Koester Lizzie, domestic 244 E Washington. 
Koester Martin A, draughtsman P, F W & C Ry, bds 160 

Calhoun. 
Koester Minnie, domestic 246 W Berry. 
Kofmel Jacob, laborer Bass F & M Works, res e s Holton 

ave nr E Creighton ave. 
Kohlbach John, butcher F Eckart, res Main nr Osage. 
Kohlbacher, see also Kalhacher. 
Kohlbacher Adam, laborer, res 65 Force. 
Kohlbacher John H, clerk J B White, bds 65 Force. 
Kohler, see also Koehler. 

Kohler Andrew J, fireman P, F W & C Ry, bds 461 Calhoun. 
Kohler Daniel, engineer G R & I R R, res 461 Calhoun. 
Kohler U Henry, laborer, bds 461 Calhoun. 
Kohl man, see also Coleman. 

Kohlman Elizabeth (wid Conrad), res 11 Marion. 
Kohlman John, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 87 Montgomery. 
Kohlmann John, coachman. 69 W Wayne. 
Kohlmeyer Henry, laborer, res 21 Jones. 
Kohn Charles, meat market 42 Mauraee road, res same. 
Kohn Wm H, shoemaker, res 217 E Jefferson. 
Kohrmann Andrew, tailor, res 312 E Wayne. 
Kohrmann John J, clerk J B White, bds 167 W Superior. 
Kohrmann Mary (wid John B), res 167 W Superior. 
Kohte Henry, carpenter, res s s Hugh 1 e of Francis. 
Kolb Adam J, carp F W, C & L R R, res 83 Montgomery. 
Kolb Caroline (wid George), res 202 W Wayne. 
Kolback John, laborer, res e s Runnion ave 1 n of N Y, C & 

St L Ry. 
Kolkmann Frederick, laborer, res 68 Hendrick, 
Kolla Richard, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 274 E Lewis. 
Kollock Frederick N, soliciting agent Star Union Line 93 

Calhoun, res 176 W Washington. 
Kolthoff Frederick, laborer, res 23 Wall. 
Komp Daniel, carpenter and contractor s e cor Pontiac and 

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Komp Sarah D, bds Daniel Komp. 

Koons Andrew, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 212 Francis. 

Koop Frederick, molder Bass F & M Works, res 53 Buchanan. 

Koop Henry F, cupola tender Bass F & M Works, res 91 Smith. 

Koopman Frederick C, blacksmith Olds' Wagon Works, res 
23 West. 

Koopman Henry F, boilermaker P, F W & C Ry, res 23 Jones. 

Koopman Lottie (wid Frederick), bds 19 West. 

Koorsen George, turner N G Olds & Sons, bds 80 Smith. 

Koorsen John M, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 80 Smith. 

Kopf Fredericka, domestic 210 Calhoun. 

Kopp John H, machinist Bass F & M Works, res s e cor 
Lillie and Creighton ave. 

Kopp Michael G, laborer Bass F & M Works, res s e cor E 
Crtighton ave and Lillie. 

Korf Annie, dressmaker Mrs G J Stier, bds 32 Clinton. 

Korn August, grocery and saloon 1 94 Broadway, res 25 Hood. 

Korn Frederick, butcher John Korn, bds 134 Fairfield ave. 

Korn John, laborer, bds 224 W Main. 

Korn John, butcher 134 Fairfield ave, res same. 

Korte Frederick, carpenter, res 65 Maumee road. 

Kortrey Kunigunde (wid John), res 151 Harrison. 

Koselitz Gustav H, lab N G Olds & Sons, bds 381 Lafayette. 

Kough Frank, fireman G R & I R R, bds 248 Calhoun. • 

Kough George, brakeman G R & I R R, bds 248 Calhoun. 

Kough Sarah (wid Wm), bds 343 E Wayne. 

Kowiansky Max, real estate, res 261 E Washington. 

Krack Anselm, sidewalk layer, res 325 E Lewis. 

Krack Benedict, laborer K Baker, bds 325 E Lewis. 

Krack Benjamin, yardman Kiliaii Baker, bds 325 E Lewis. 

Krack George, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 364 E Wayne. 

Krack John, carpenter, res 416 E Wayne. 

Kraft Conrad, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 271 W Wash- 
ington. 

Kraft Frederick (Kraft & Co), res 317 Lafayette. 

Kraft Frederick H, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 333 E 
Lewis. 

Kraft & Co (Frederick Kraft, Frederick Bandt), carpenters 
121 Montgomery. 

Krah Christian, printer Indiana Staats Zeitung, bds 159 Grif- 
fith. 

Krah Christian F, mason, res 159 Griffith. 

Krah Henry W, printer Indiana Staats Zeitung, bds 115 Mad- 
ison. 

Krah J Henry F, mason, bds 159 Griffith. 

Kramer, see also Cramer. 

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Kramer Alfred A, painter, bds w s John 2 sof Creighton ave. 
Kramer Bernard, Merchant Tailor 35 E Main, res 49 

Madison. {See adv, p 91.) 
Kramer Charles, machinist, bds 116 Hanna. 
Kramer Christian, clerk Root & Co, res 128 Madison. 
Kramer Christian, laborer, bds 47 W Washington. 
Kramer Conrad, painter, res 49 Division. 

Kramer Edward M, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 28 John. 
Kramer Eli, engineer, res 116 Hanna. 

Kramer Miss Emma F A, bds w s John 2 s of Creighton ave. 
Kramer Ernst, machinist Bass F & M Works, bds 92 Hanna. 
Kramer Ernst W, clerk W L Moellering, bds 126 John. 
Kramer Frederick, painter P, F W & C Ry, res 126 John. 
Kramer Frederick C, painter P, F W & C Ry, res 126 John. 
Kramer Frederick J, laborer Cochrane & Humphrey, bds 104 

St Mary''s ave. 
Kramer Gottlieb, laborer Peters' Box & Lumber Co, res 104 

St Mary's ave. 
Kramer Henry, clerk, bds 49 Madison. 
Kramer Katie, domestic 24 W Jefferson. 
Kramer Martin, foreman, res 28 John. 

Kramer Mathew, roofer Humphries & G-erow, res 465 La- 
fayette. 
Kramer Peter, laborer, res w s Spy Run ave 1 n of Riverside. 
Kramer Wm, carpenter P, P W & C Ry, res n e cor Summit 

and Division. 
Kramer Wm, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 147 Madison. 
Kramer Wm A, laborer, res 92 Hanna. 

Kramer Wm F, molder Bass F & M Works, res 350 E Wayne. 
Kranz Peter, painter, bds 185 Calhoun. 
Krapf Daniel^ clerk Morgan & Beach, res 151 Barr. 
Krapf Mary, domestic R S Taylor. 

Kratzman Sigmund, mach Bass F & M Works, res 267 Hanna. 
Kratzsch Charles R, clerk A I & H Friend, res 93 Baker. 
Kraztsch Frederick, clerk Root & Co, bds 168 W Main. 
Kraztsch Herman, millinery and fancy goods 86 Calhoun, res 

15 W Wayne. 
Kratzsch Herman jr, clerk H Kratzsch, bds 15 W Wayne. 
Kratzschmar Herman, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 43 Boone. 
Krauhs Charles, shoemaker, res 24 Hood. 
Krauhs Charles jr, sawyer Ranke, Yergens & Co, bds 24 

Hood. 
Krauhs Frederick, sawyer Ranke, Yergens & Co, bds 24 Hood. 
Krauhs Henry, shoemaker Gustav Spiegel, bds 24 Hood. 
Krauhs Wm, machine hand, bds 24 Hood. 
Kraus Augusta, domestic 3 E Superior. 

I/AAP P« DDfl Sell all kinds of Crockery and Glass- 
l\AAu 06 DllUi ware, at No. & East Columbia Street. 



L/^ T T T T T T Paints, Oils, Vanushes and 
. W. O. U JL^L^, Glass, at 90 Calliouii St 



FORT WAYNE DIEECTORY. 



Kraus Charles laborer, bds 192 Montgomery. 

Kraus Ferdinand, teamster, res 82 Maumee road. 

Kraus Frank, teamster, bds 192 Montgomery. 

Kraus George, watchman, res 192 Montgomery. 

Kraus Henrj% laborer, res 109 Barr. 

Krause Henry, laborer, res s w cor Walton ave and Pontiac. 

Krauser Louis, teamster N G Olds & Sons, res s s Eckart nr 

Lafayette. 
Krauskopf Henry, laborer W, St L & P Ry, res 42 Oak. 
Krauskopf Maggie, domestic 175 Clinton. 
Krauskopf Philip, porter Coombs & Co, res 24 Schick. 
Krauter Christian, baker C W Jacobs, bds same. 
Krebs Edward F, machine hand Olds' Wagon Works, bds 320 

Calhoun. 
Kreckman Dorothea (wid Jacob), res 385 E Washington. 
Kress Amos, spoketurner N G Olds & Sons, bds 133 W 

DeWald. 
Kress Isaac, laborer, res s s DeWald 2 w of Oakley. 
Kress John, carpenter, bds 29 Pine. 
Kress Michael, laborer, res 29 Pine. 
Kress Philip, laborer, bds 29 Pine. 
Kress Theodore, slater, res s s Fifth 1 w of Wells. 
Kretzschmar Herman, laborer, bds Herman Seifert. 
Krider Jay, iron worker C F Muhler, rooms 4ti Lavina. 
Kridler Christian, blindmaker Rhinesmith & Simonson, bds 42 

Wells. 
Krieg George, marbleworker Griebel, Wyckoff & Becker, res 

81 Holman. 
Krieg Michael, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 42 Force. 
Krieger Ernst, blacksmith Olds' Wagon Works, bds 49 Divis- 
ion. 
Krieke John, upholsterer, bds Custer House. 
Kriete Rev Charles F, pastor Salem Reformed Church, res 83 

Clinton. 
Krime Lawrence, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry. 
Krimer Conrad, paintCT P, F W & C Ry, res cor Division and 

Summit. 
Krimmel Charles T, bookkpr Root & Co, bds 55 Douglass ave. 
Krimmel Christian, cabinetmaker P, F W & C Ry, res 55 

Douglass ave. 
KrimmefHenry, plumber G R Bowen, bds 55 Douglass ave. 
Krimmel Julius, trav agt, bds 55 Douglass ave. 
Kroesch Frederick, boilermaker Bass F & M Works, res 136 

John. 
Krohn Joachim, carpenter, bds s s Hugh 1 e of Francis. 
Krohn John, carpenter, bds s s Hugh 1 e of Francis. 



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Krohn Louisa (wid Henry), res s s Fourth 4 w of Wells. 

Krohn Wm C, helper Fleming Mnfg Co, bds 49 4th. 

Krohne Herman (Krohne & Raquet), res 79 Calhoun. 

Kroline & Raqiiet (Herman Krohne, Christian Ra- 
quet), Guns and Ammunition, Fishing Tackle, etc 79 
Calhoun. {See adv, p 93.) 

Krone August, lab Bass F & M Works, res n w cor Smith 
and Emily. 

Kronmiller Charles W, laborer, bds 128 E Creighton ave. 

Kronmiller George, teamster N G Olds & Sons, res 128 E 
Creighton ave. 

Kronmiller Geoi-ge N, laborer, res 43 Taylor. 

Kronmiller Harry, laborer, bds 128 E Creighton ave. 

Kronmiller Henry, blacksmith, res 55 Madison. 

Kronmiller Miss Kate E, bds 128 E Creighton ave. 

Kronmiller Wm J, machinist, bds 128 E Creighton ave. 

Kronmueller John P, cook George Ortlieb, res 76 Calhoun. 

Kropp Frank, car repairer L S & M S Ry, res 124 3d. 

Krother Gottlieb, brickmaker J A Koehler, res e s Calhoun 
4 s of Leith. 

Krout Henry, laborer, bds 103 Barr. 

Krouzer Frederick W, molder Bass F & M Works, bds s w 
cor Pontiac and Walton ave. 

Krudop John, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 74 Baker. 

Krudop John B (Beaver, Miller & Co), res 29 W Jefferson. 

Krudop Wm E, teamster Beaver, Miller & Co, bds 29 W Jef- 
ferson. 

Krueger August B M, teacher, res 109 Van Buren. 

Krueger August C, bookkeeper Siemon & Bro, bds 185 Cal- 
houn. 

Krueper August E, trav agt Morgan & Beach, bds 44 Lavina. 

Krull Miss Lena (M & L Krull), bds 266 E Washington. 

KruU Miss Margaret (M & L Krull), bds 266 E Washington. 

Krnll Misses 91 & li (Margaret and Lena), Milliners 
268 E Washington. 

Krull Rudolph, carpenter, res 266 E Washington. 

Krunlauf George, teamster, res n w cor W Main and Run- 
nion ave. 

Kruse Charles, tailor 12 Harrison, res 35 Elm. 

Kruse Christian, boilermaker P, F W & C Ry, res 274 E 
Lewis. 

Kruse Elizabeth (wid Frederick), res 20 Wall. 

Kruse Ernest H, car inspector W, St L & P Ry, res 55 
DeWald. 

Kruse Henry, machinist, res 161 Montgomery. 

Kruse Wm, foreman, res 67 E Jefferson. 

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READY FOR USE BY ADDING HOT WATER. 

Fitty CanU worth of ALABA8TINE wlU cover 50 square yards of average wall with TWO COATS ; 

and ONE COAT will produce BETTER WORK than can be done with one coat 

of any other preparation on the same surface. 

ALABASTINB IS THE BEST FINISH FOR ALL THE FOLLOWING SURFACES: 

.A- Soiled "Hard. IFinisli," 

Painted Walls, Wood Ceilings, Over Old Wall Paper. On Brick, or on 

ROUGH BOARDS, ROUGH PLASTER, &C. 

WETTINQ AL-ABASTINE DOES NOT SPOT IT. 



Fnt up in 6 lb. Paokagss, 20 in a Case, and in Banels and Half-Barrels. 
Mannfaotnred only by tlie ALABASTINE CO. 

WC>-R SALM :B^ir OP^INT DKA-LiKRe Everywhere. 



AN ALABASTER CEMENT. 

Alabastine is the first and only preparaiion made from calcined Gj'p- 
sum rock, for application to walls with a brueh, and is fully covered by 
our patents. It is the only permanent wall-finish, and admits of ap- 
plying as many coats as desired, one over another, to any hard surface, 
without danger of scaling or noticeably adding to the thickness of the 
wall, which is strengthened and improved by each additional coat, 
from time to time. It is the only material for the purpose not depend- 
ent upon Glue for its adhesiveness ; furthermore, it is the only prepara- 
tion that is claimed to possess the above great advantaijes, which are 
essential to constitute a durable wall-finish. 

Alabastine is hardened on the wall by age, moisture, etc. : the plas- 
ter absorbs the admixture, forming a stone cement, while all Kalso- 
mines or whitening preparations have chalks and glue for their base, 
which are rendered soft or scaled in a very short time, thus necessita- 
ting the well-known great inconvenience and expense which all have 
experienced in washing and scraping off the old coats before refinishing, 
to avoid as much as possible its scaling off uj^on furniture, goods, ma- 
chmery, etc. In addition to the above advantages, Alabastine is less 
expensive than other preparations, as it requires but one-half the 
number of pounds to cover the same amount of surface with two coats ; 
is ready for use by adding water, and easily applied by anyone. 

While Alabastining is superior to all other ways of refinishing walls, 
such as Kalsomining, Papering, Painting, &c., it is also the best, 
cheapest and by far the most durable finish 

FOR ISTE^T^ -W^LLS, 

ON A SAND FINISH OE BE077N PLASTEE. 

It is well known that the finish known as " hard finish," or "putty 
coat," is not a durable one, and that many times it is soiled by work- 
men, and cracked by shrinking of timbers in the building, so as to re- 
quire coating with something before the building is ready for occu- 
pancy, or soon after, as it is delicate and brittle and is put on good 
buildings before the finishing of wood-work, painting, etc., and before 
the building is thoroughly dried out from being dampened and swelled 
by the wet plastering, while the Alabastine finish can be applied the 
last thing before moving in the building, and the cracks invariably 
found in the " hard finish," are avoided. 

The coat of Alabastine is thin, and not designed to fill and smooth 
uneven plaster, but one coat of tint, or two of white, mixed the same as 
for other surfaces, produces a beautiful, even finish, and the most 
durable, and may be renewed from time to time by inexperienced 
hands, and every additional coat adds to the strength of the wall ; is 
hardened by age, and will not fade. 

There are different ways of plastering walls for this Alabastine 
finish, according to the amount of expense and labor to be expended, 
as it will make a durable and handsome finish on one coat of common 
mortar, floated ofl' and made comparatively smooth, and a better one 
on a good smooth sand finish as usually made for nice papering. 
)|^°The new work must be thoroughly dry before applying Alabastine. 
For further information, directions, samples of tints, &c., send to 

ALABASTINB CO., Grand Rapids, Mich. 

M. B. CHURCH, Manager. 



- — JOHN RABUS, Keeps the largest stock of Fine Goods 

Artistic Tailor —to select from in fort wayne.- 

FOBT WAYNE DIBKCTOBY. 253 

Krusemann Frederick, laborer, res rear 68 Hendricks. 

Kruser Henry W, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 162 Mont- 
gomery. 

Krustch Harry G, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res 219 Lafay- 
ette. 

Krusy Henry F W, dairyman, res 415 E Wayne. 

Krutsch David S, brakeman, bds 219 Lafayette. 

Kucher Herman N, clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds 212 W Wash- 
ington. 

Kucher Rev John J, pastor St John's German Lutheran 
Church, res 212 W Washington. 

Kuebler Gottlieb, painter, res 1 1 1 Wells. 

Kuehl Adam, res 19 Force. 

Kuehl Wendelin, molder, bds 79 Force. 

Kuehn William, lab N G Olds & Sons, res 285 Fairfield ave. 

Kuentzel Frank J, machinist, res s s Pontiac 1 w of Hanna. 

Kuenzel Ernestina (wid Carl), res 12 Force. 

Kuhfuss Julius, mach W, St L & P Ry, bds 18 Colerick. 

Kuhlbach Elizabeth (wid Wm), res 25 Hough. 

Kuhlbach Wm, porter A C Trentman, res 25 Hough. 

Kuhler Louis H, laborer, res 25 Smith. 

Kuhu Maggie, bds 241 Barr. 

Kuhne Charles W (F W Kuhne & Sons), cashier H J Ash, 
bds 124 W Jefferson. 

Kuhne Frederick W (F W Kuhne & Co), I'es 124 W Jeffer- 
son. 

Kuhne F \1^ & Sons (Frederick W, Paul F, H Richard 
and Charles W), Opticians 19 Court. 

Kuhne H Richard (F W Kuhne & Sons), bds 124 W Jeffer- 
son. 

Kuhne Paul F (F W Kuhne & Sons), bds 124 W Jeffersan. 

Kuhne & Co (Frederick W Kuhne), Abstracts of 
Title, Insurance and Real Estate 19 Court. 

Kukuck Charles, coremakr Bass F & M Works, bds 5 Summit. 

Kukuk Joseph, shoemaker Charles Stellhorn, res 162 Madison. 

Kull Christina (wid Gottlieb), bds 105 Huffman. 

KuU Dora (wid Frederick), res e s Franklin ave 2 n of Lake. 

Kull John, laborer, res 143 3d. 

Kumfer Martin, teamster, bds 15 Smith. 

Kumfer Owen, carpenter, res 69 Smith. 

Kummer Albert, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 114 E 
Creighton ave. 

Kunkle Erastus B, propr Fort Wayne Safety Valve Works 95 
Barr, res 157 E Wayne. 

Kunkle Harriet (wid Leonard), bds 157 E Wayne. 

Kuntz Adam, butcher 360 W Main, res 362 same. 



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DOMESTIC GOODS 



-A-t Xjcwest ^'rices at 
<3-eo. I3e "^TsTald. <5o Co.'s 



K. L. POLK & CO.'S 



Kuntz Frank, clerk A S Johns, rooms 95 W Superior. 

Kuntz George H, harness 11 Harrison, res same. 

Kuntz Joshua, harnessmaker G H Kuntz, bds 11 Harrison. 

Kuntz Philip, bottler C L Centlivre, bds Thomas Hunt. 

Kuntz Wm, butcher Adam Kuntz, bds 362 W Main. 

Kuntz George, upholsterer P, F W & C Ry, res 159 E Jef- 
ferson. 

Kuttner Joseph J, carpenter, res 237 E Jefferson. 

Kuttner Peter J, cutter Golden & Monahan, bds 237 E 
JefFerson. 

Kuyoth Martha, domestic 14 Summit. 

Kyle, see also Keil and Kiel. 

Kyle Abraham P, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res 173 Hanna. 

Kyle Allan C, printer Ft Wayne Gazette, bds 173 Hanna. 

Kyle Dale W, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds 173 Hanna. 

Kyle Stewart H (Kyle & Reid), res Bethel, Conn. 

Kyle Wm D, painter, bds 173 Hanna. 

Kyle & Reid (Stewart H Kyle, Frederick Reid), hats and caps 
75 Calhoun. 



Labbe Joseph, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 198 Madison. 

Labe Annie, laundress Aveline House. 

LaBow Frank W, roofer Humphries & Gerow. 

Lade Max G, guns and ammunition 58 E Main, res 162 Mont- 
gomery. 

Ladig Annie E, domestic Joseph Cattez. 

Laemmle David, potter, res 295 W Main. 

Laemmle Johanna (wid John), res 293 W Main. 

Laemmle John C, broommaker R Gage, bds 295 W Main. 

Laepple Christian, carpenter, res 51 Grand. 

Lafayette Hall, 54 Barr. 

La France Henry, res 294 W JefFerson. 

Lagemann Miss Lizzie, bds 45 St Francis. 

Lagemann Henry, mach P, F W & C Ry, res 47 St Francis- 

Lagemann Rudolph, helper Bass F & M Works, res 45 St 
Francis. 

Lagermann Lizzie, domestic George W DeWald. 

Lagraw Mrs Julia, housekeeper Cathedral Square. 

Lahmeyer Amelia, seamstress, bds s e cor Lillie and Myland. 

Lahmeyer Daniel, carpenter, res 67 Union. 

Lahmeyer Henry, res s e cor Lillie and Myland. 

Lahmeyer Henry jr, molder Bass F & M Works, bds s e cor 
Lillie and Myland. 



^»D. D. WEISELL 



OFFEBS A DENTAL EXPEKI" 
ENCE OF OVER 20 YEARS . 
34 CALHOUN STREET. 



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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 



Lahmeyer Henry B, clerk Glutting & Christen, bds 61 W 

Lewis. 
Lahmeyer John, patternmaker P, P W & C Ry, res 61 W 

Lewis. 
Lahmeyer John D, molder Bass F & M Works, res n e cor 

Lillie and Myland. 
Lahmeyer Maggie, seamstress, bds s e cor Lillie and Myland. 
Laibe Frank, laborer, res 68 Walton ave. 
Laible Christian, lab P, F W i& C Ry, res 96 W De Wald. 
■ Laible George, spoketurner N G Olds & Sons, bds 96 W 

DeWald. 
Laible Paul L, clerk Daniel Klotz, res 22 Allen. 
Laier Mathias, laborer, res n s Creighton ave 1 e of Lafayette. 
Lake Warren P, clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds 32 E Wayne. 
Lamar John, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 144 Wallace. 
Lamarche John, res 53 Maumee road. 

Lamb David, machinist N Y, C & St L Ry, res 282 Webster. 
Lamb Miss Ellen E, binder, bds 282 Webster. 
Lamb George, mach N Y, O «fe St L Ry, bds 282 Webster. 
Lamb George, engineer, res w s College 1 s of Wilt. 
Lamb Wm T, coffee house and restaurant 16 W Main, res 

same. 
Lambert Norris W, packer Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 123 E 

Main. 
Lambert Walter L, regulator Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 132 

W Creighton ave. 
Lambert Wm B, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 91 E 

Washington. 
Lamley Moses (Falk & Lamley), res 128 W Wayne. 
Lampert Albert, clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds 157 E Berry. 
Lampert Edward, night yard dispatcher P, F W & C Ry, bds 

157 E Berry. 
Lampert Henry, clerk S M Foster, res 157 E Berry. 
Lampert Henry (Lampert & Co), res 299 E Washington. 
Lampert & Co (Henry Lampert, Casper Rau), Dry 

Goods a,nd Groceries 302 E Washington. 
Lampke Conrad, porter Coombs & Co, res 19 W Washington. 
Lampke Mary (wid Herman), bds 19 W Washington. 
Lampman Emil, tel opr L S & M S Ry, rooms 63 W Superior. 
Lampton Nancy A (wid Reuben), bds 278 W Jefferson. 
Lancaster Charles J, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 55 W 

DeWald. 
Lancaster John, machinist N G Olds & Sous, res 26 Williams. 
Landenberger Frederick G, clerk JAM Storm, bds 242 W 

Wayne. 
Landenberger John W, elk JAM Storm, bds 242 W Wayne. 



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I UuIxlI IxIMIYlO) keystone block. 



ii«ku<M.«M D. n<%..ML FARMERS and MECHANICS' 

Morgan & Begcn, — tooxjs. — 

256 B. L. POLK & CO.'s 

Lane Cliester T, principal Central Grammar School, res 336 

W Washington. 
Lane Florence, domestic 16 Madison. 
Lane John W, traveling agent, res 157 Van Buren. 
Lang Amelius J (George DeWald & Co), res 34 Garden. 
Lang Annie (wid George), res 30 Wells. 
Lang Christopher, laborer, res w s Hensch 1 s of Putnam. 
Lang Henry, plasterer, hds 6 Kansas. 
Lang John, clerk Kaag & Bro, res 4 Marion. 
Lang Rev John F, sec Bishop Dwenger, res Cathedral 

Square, Clinton. 
Lang Leonard, engineer, res 75 Butler. 

Lang Samuel, bookkeeper Leopold Wolf, bds 211 W Jefferson. 
Langan Michael, bds 80 Creighton ave. 
Langard John, clerk Joseph Langard, bds same. 
Langard Joseph, grocer 70 E Columbia, res same. 
Lange John, baker C HofiFner, bds 37 W Berry. 
Lange Theodore, tailor, res 421 E Washington. 
Lange Wm, clerk Root & Co, res 24 Pritchard. 
Langenbacher Charles, cabinetmaker G R Biokford & Co, bds 

101 Wells. 
Langenbacher Matthias, laborer, res 21 Wall. 
Langheinrich Edward, brakeman, bds 13 St Martins. 
Langheinricli Fredericka (wid Ernst), res 13 St Martins. 
Langheinrich Lottie R, dressmaker, bds 13 St Martins. 
Langheinrich Minnie, clerk Root & Co, bds 13 St Martins. 
Langhurst August W, cigarmaker George Reiter, res 259 E 

Washington. 
Langley Alfred, correction clerk P, F W & C Ry, res 307 W 

Washington. 
Langley Hannah (wid John), res 3 Bass. 
Langohr Amelia (widMohn), res 129 Wells. 
Lan^Ohr Andrew J, Baker and Confectioner 142 

Broadway, res 12 Wilt. 
Langohr Frank A, baker, bds 12 Wilt. 
Langohr John W, contractor, res n s 4th 5 w of Wells. 
Langohr Louis, teamster N Leonard & Son, bds N Leonai'd. 
Langtry Walter, vet surgeon 7 N Harrison, rooms 3 same. 
Lanigan James, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 76 Williams. 
Lanigan John P, spoketurner N G Olds & Sons, bds 67 Melita. 
Lanigan Patrick, watchman, res 67 Melita. 
liankenail Au§^nstns, Deputy Township Trustee, bds 

80 W Jefferson. 
Lankenau Catherine (wid Francis), res 80 W Jefferson. 
Lankenau Christian, clerk F B Vogel, bds 80 W Jefferson. 
Lankenau Wm J, clerk Root & Co, bds 80 W Jefferson. 



SILVER WARE, 



eOLD FENS, eOLD and SILVER HEADED 
CANES, BBONZES and FANCV GOODS. H. C. 
GBAFFE, Cor. Calhonn and Colnmbia SU. 



inUkl DADIIC T^^^ Fasbionable Mercbant T?.ilor, 
JUllDI rADUO} 16 West Berry St.. FORT WAYNE. 



PORT WAYNE DIKECTORY. 



Lannan Anna (wid Wm), res 103 W Washington. 

Lannan Augustus, blacksmith, bds 103 W Washington. 

Lannan Edward, bartender, bds 103 W Washington. 

Lannan James, brakeman, bds 76 Butler. 

Lansdown Job, laborer F W, C & L R R, res n s Wheeler w 

of Rumsey ave. 
Lanterne August, gardener, bds Joseph Lauterne. 
Lanterne Joseph, gardener, res Walton • ave cor old Piqua 

road. ' 

Lantz Charles F, meat market w s Calhoun 2 s of Pontiac, 

res same. 
Lapp Henry, policeman, res 102 Butler. 
Lapp Henry G, carpenter Pressler & Wagner, bds 65 Wall. 
Lapple Gottlieb, oiler, res 17 Duryea. 

Larimore James T, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 61 Lasselle. 
Larimore Ralph, driver Citizens' Street Railway Co, bds 25 

Holraan. 
Larkin Charles A, stonecutter Wm & J J Geake, rooms 43 

W Main. 
Larkins John T, horseshoer Henry Freistroffer, bds Main. 
Larrabee Mary A, teacher Harraer School, bds 197 Barr. 
Larrabee Thomas, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 197 Barr. 
Larson Christian, laborer, bds 87 Holraan. 
Larwill John S, agricultural implements, res 93 E Berry. 
Lassell Wheeler A, agent iron fences, bds 133 Holman. 
Lasson Peter H, teas 12 E Columbia, bds Robinson House. 
Lassua John B, saloon 267 E Wayne, res same. 
Latham Harry S, engineer, bds 42 McCIellan. 
Lathrop Elias, trav agt Fleming Mnfg Co, res 143 Wells. 
Lau, see also Lam. 

Lau Jacob, laborer Weil Bros & Co, bds 197 E Jefferson. 
Lau Julian A, foreman, bds 122 Calhoun. 
Lau Thomas, res 122 Calhoun. 

Lau Thomas jr, bookkeeper Louis Fox, bds 122 Calhoun. 
Laubach Arthur J, Physician, Office n w cor Wash- 
ington and Barr, res 99 E Jefferson. 
Laubscher Louis, civil engineer C L Olds & Co, res 149 

Griffith. 
Laudenberger Peter, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, res 31 

Brandriff. 
Lauer Anna (wid Benedict), res 13 E Wayne. 
Lauer Barbara (wid Paul), res 70 E -Jefferson. 
Lauer Catherine (wid Martin), res 297 E Wayne. \ 

Lauer Conrad, laborer, res 116 Maumee road. 
Lauer Miss Elizabeth, dressmaker 70 E .Jefferson, res same. 
Lauer Ferdinand, butcher C Wilkins & Bro, res 126 Chicago. 

MECHANICS' TOOLS, Ui?kISit<^ 



GEO. DeWALB&Cfl..rKFINE DM GOODS 



258 R. L. POLK 



Lauer Frank, laborer, bds 116 Maumee road. 

Lauer Frederick, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 289 E 
Washington. 

Lauer Gregory, carp Justine Lauer, res 84 Maumee road. 

Lauer Henry, bricklayer, res 40 Taylor. 

Lauer Henry, laborer, res 256 E Wayne. 

Lauer Henry, carpenter, bds 119 Lafayette. 

Lauer John, saloon 150 Barr and barber 154 same, res 70 E 
Jefferson. 

Lauer John H, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 40 Taylor. 

Lauer Joseph, carpenter, bds 289 E Washington. 

Lauer Justine, carpenter 151 Hanna, res same. 

Lauer Mark, laborer, res 150 Smith. 

Lauer Martin, blacksmith 46 W Main, res 116 Fulton. 

Lauer Mary, seamstress, bds 289 E Washington. 

Lauer Matthias W, carp N G Olds & Sons, res 286 E Jeffer- 
son. 

Lauer Michael, carpenter, res 163 E Jefferson. 

Lauer Michael L, carp J H Meyer, bds 297 E Wayne. 

Lauer Nicholas, mason, res 20.3 Hanna. 

Lauer Peter, helper, res 289 E Washington. 

Lauer Peter, molder Bass F& M Works, bds 116 Maumee. 

Lauer Sarah (wid John A), res 22 Fulton. 

Lauer Wm B, helper Bass F & M Works, res 134 Smith. 

Lauferty Alexander S (A S Lauferty & Co), bds 75 W Berry. 

Lauferty A S & Co (Alexander S and Isaac), clothing 9 E 
Main. 

liailferty Isaac, Banker and Broker 3 Aveline House 
Block, res 75 W Berry. 

Laughlin, see Lottghlin. 

Laumann Herman J, carp E Hilgemann, res 127 3d. 

Laumann Rudolph, carp E Hilgemann, bds 127 3d. 

Laumore Ralph, driver street railway, bds 25 Holman. 

Laurant Josephine, domestic 266 W Wayne. 

Lautarbary Charles, mach F W, C & L R R, res 94 Mont- 
gomery. 

Lauthner Barbara, laundress, bds 180 E Washington. 

Lauthner Elizabeth (wid Jacob), res 180 E Washington. 

Lavack John, laborer Hoffman Bros. 

Lavanway Alexander, clerk Baals & Co, bds 55 Barr. 

Lavanway Charles J, clerk W D Henderson, bds 227 Barr. 

LaVanway Silas E, shipping clerk J M Yohey, bds 2 Spy Run. 

Law, see also Lau. 

Law Charles D, supt P, F W & C Ry, bds McKinney House. 

Law Frank, rooms 39 W Washington. 

Lawlo Louis, carp, bds e s Euclid ave 4 s of Mercer. 

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Lawrence Alexander, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 12 Madi- 
son. 

Lawrence Bert R, dental student H C Sites, bds 72 Madison. 

Lawrence Mrs Cyntha J, dressmkr 11 E Columbia, res same. 

Lawrence H Boyd, train dispatcher N Y, C & St L Ry, res 
355 E Wayne. 

Lawrence Ruth (wid John), bds 355 E Wayne. 

Lawrence Miss Stella, music teacher 1 1 E Columbia, res same. 

Lawson Wm, trav agt G E Bursley <fe Co, res Rome City, Ind. 

Lawton Henry H, tuner Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 62 Wilt. 

Laycock, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Tremont House. 

Layman George, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, res n e cor 
Runnion ave and Howell. 

Lazzarini Amedeo, saloon 37 Barr, res same. 

Lazzarini Mrs Mary, res 37 Barr. 

Leach Edward, teamster Isaac Howey,bds n w cor Hoagland 
ave and Colerick. 

Leach Edward, tankbuilder P, F W & C Ry, res 64 Eckart. 

Leach Eliza A (wid John S), res 70 Dawson. 

Leach Prank S, finisher N G Olds & Sons, bds 84 W DeWald. 

Leach James, machinist P, F W & C Ry, bds 83 Lasselle. 

Leach John T, boilermaker P, F W & C Ry, res 83 Lasselle. 

Leach Lyman O, engineer, res 235 Barr. 

Leach Rebecca J (wid John), res n s DeWald 4 w of Fair- 
field ave. 

Learmonth Robert jr, stenographer P, F W «& C Ry, rooms 
20 Brackenridge. 

Leary Elizabeth (wid Timothy), bds 171 W Berry. 

Leary James T, clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds 25 W Lewis. 

Leas Alfred, traveling agt S Bash & Co, res North Manches- 
ter, Ind. 

Lease John B, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 155 Wallace. 

Leason John, hoopmnfr, bds 148 Clinton. 

Leatherraan Joseph H, physician 82 Calhoun, rooms same. 

liCChler Henry M, Sewing Machines 98 Calhoun, res 
312 W Jefferson. 

Leckliter Conrad, laborer Wilding & Son, bds 257 Calhoun. 

Lee George D, policeman, res 39 E Superior. 

Lee Henry W, solicitor John Wilson & Co, res 212 E Lewis. 

Lee Israel, foreman, res 26 Madison. 

Lee Jane (wid Wm), res 50 Chicago. 

Lee Jeffrey J, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 93 E Lewis. 

Lee Jennie (wid Wm), seamstress, res 96 Barr. 

Lee Louis H, teamster Catherine Koehler, bds same. 

Lee Maurice J, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res e s Harmer 
bet Lewis and Madison. 

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Lee Wm R, carriage trimmer L B Johns, bds 16 W Jefferson. 

Leek Elizabeth (wid Joseph), res 252 W Jefferson. 

Leek George W, machinist Bass F & M Works, res 131 Force. 

Leeper Alexander, agt New Home sewing machine, res 65 
Clinton. 

Leeper Joseph, fireman P, F W & C Ry, rooms 224 Calhoun. 

Leese John, fireman, bds 155 Wallace. 

Leeser Charles G, shoemaker 191 Broadway, res 14 Wall. 

Leeser Miss Emma, bds 176 Barr. 

Leeuw Edward, shoemaker M App, res 368 E Washington. 

Leffert John, tinner, res 205 E Washington. 

Leffler Arthur, draughtsman Bass F & M Works, bds 107 E 
Washington. 

Leffler Otto, draughtsman Bass F & M Works, res 66 W Jef- 
ferson. 

lieffler Otto, Druggist 66 W Jefferson, res same. 

LeGras Emil, city fireman, bds Spy Run ave. 

LeGras Margaret (wid John L), res e s Spy Run ave 1 n of 
river bridge. 

LeGrass August, laborer, res e s Spy Run ave 1 n of river 
bridge. 

Legraw John, teamster Joseph Langard, bds same. 

Lehman Ada (wid Samuel), res 209 Harrison. 

Lehman Conrad, carpenter n w cor Calhoun and Killed, res 
same. 

Lehman Miss Eugenie H, clerk George DeWald & Co, bds 
209 Harrison. 

Lehman Jacob, res 54 Williams. 

Lehmann Frank, laborer, bds Henry Lehmann. 

Lehmanu Frederick, molder, bds s s Edgerton 2 e of Lillie. 

Lehmann Henry, laborer, res 520 E Lewis. 

Lehmann John C, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 222 E Wash- 
ington. 

Lehmann Joseph, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 38 Oak. 

Lehmann Julius F, laborer Bass F & M Works, bds 38 Oa,k. 

Lehmann J David, drayman, res u e cor Huron and Mechanics. 

Lehmen Samuel, painter, res 35 Walnut. 

Lehmkuhl Casper H, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 324 Hanna. 

Lehmkuhl Frederick, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 324 Hanna. 

Lehmkuhl Wm, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 324 Hanna. 

Lehmkuhl Wm H, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 324 Hanna. 

Lehuart Barbara (wid Henry), res 344 Broadway. 

Lehneman John, laborer, res 41 Pine. 

Lehnert Henry C, finisher Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 344 
Broadway. 

Lehr Charles, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 98 E Jefferson. 

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Lehr Miss Estella, dressmaker, bds J G Lehr. 

Lehr George, wiper P, F W & C Ry, bds 232 Lafayette. 

Lehr Miss Hattie, milliner, bds J G Lehr. 

Lehr John G, res e s Spy Run ave 4 n of river bridge. 

Lehr John H, tinner, bds J G Lehr. 

Lehr Justus, policeman, res 14 N Cass. 

Lehr Kittie J, teacher Training School, res Spy Run ave. 

Lehr Susannah (wid John), bds 152 High. 

Lehrman Christian, teamster Hoffman Bros. 

Leib Ferdinand, mason, bds 81 Madison. 

Leib Henry, mason, res 81 Madison. 

Leiber Richard, bartender W H Liudlag, res Wells. 

Leichner Charles (Leichner & Wagner), res 93 Montgomery. 

Leichner Conrad, blacksmith Ft Wayne Steel Plow Works, 
res 139 High. 

Leichner John, saloon 1 Keystone Block, res 35 Douglass ave. 

Leichner John jr, bartender John Leichner, bds 35 Douglass. 

Leichner & Wagner (Charles Leichner, John T Wagner), 
saloon 274 Calhoun. 

Leidnitz Jacob, butcher Fred Eckart. 

Leidolf Conrad, janitor Central Grammar School, res 151 Har- 
rison. 

Leifels Joseph J, bandmaster and boarding house, res 231 Barr. 

Leighton Thomas W, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds 262 
Calhoun. 

Leikauf John J, meat market 94 Barr, res same. 

Leinker Christoph H, cabinetmaker J M Miller, res 19 Marion. 

Leinker Ernst, laborer E F Haberkorn, bds 19 Marion. 

Leinker Frederick, laborer Peters' Box & Lumber Co, bds 19 
Marion. 

Leisure Daniel, fireman G R & I R R, bds 461 Calhoun. 

Leitweiler Jacob, butcher F Eckart, bds Washington House. 

Leitz Herman, clerk Meyer Bros & Co, res 42 Pritchard. 

Lekberg Charles, hammerman Bass F & M Works, bds 8 Force. 

Lembock Charles, laborer Boseker, White & Co, res Maumee 
road nr W, St L & P Ry. 

Lenfestey Alvin, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds 30 Baker. 

Leng Samuel, butcher L Wolf, bds 67 W Main. 

Lennart John, carp P, F W & C Ry, res 364 E Washington. 

Lennart John jr, painter P, F W & C Ry, bds 364 E Wash- 
ington. 

Lennart Mary, dressmaker, bds 364 E Washington. 

Lennart Wm J, stenographer P, F W & C Ry, bds 364 E 
Washington. 

Lenocker John, night yardmaster new yards P, F W & C Ry, 
res 130 E Lewis. 

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Lenz Christian, laborer, res w s Thomas 3 s of Horace. 
Lenz Miss Clara, bds 21 Gay. 

Lenz Ernst, machine hand P, F W & C Ry, res 212 Lafayette. 
Lenz Frederick, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 172 Hanna. 
Lenz Henry J, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 71 Charles. 
Lenz Joachim, laborer P, F W& C Ry, res 21 Gay. 
Lenz Martin, traveling agent, res 113 W Wayne. 
Lenz Wm, laborer, res n s Mary 1 w of Runnion ave. 
Leonard Elmer, works N Leonard & Son, bds Nelson Leonard. 
Leonard Harriet E, prin Jefferson School, res 103 W Berry. 
Leonard I vers W, clerk A A Rogers, bds 87 Wilt. 
Leonard Mary J, cashier Stewart, Jamieson & Beadell, bds 

94 W Superior. 
Leonard Nelson (N Leonard & Son), res Spy Run ave nr 

brickyard. 
Leonard N & Son (Nelson and Thomas J), brick yard e sSpy 

Run ave. 
Leonard Park M, physician 87 Wilt, res same. 
Leonard Thomas J (N Leonard & Son), res e s Spy Run ave 

n of brewery. 
Leonard Wm, gunsmith 71 W Superior, res 94 same. 
Leonard Wm A, clerk Stewart, Jamieson & Beadell, bds 94 

W Superior. 
Leonard Wilmer, works N Leonard & Son, bds Nelson 

Leonard. 
Lepper Caroline, domestic 141 E Berry. 

Lepper Charles O, clerk H G Wagner, bds 24 E Washington. 
Lepper Christian, teamster N G Olds & Sons, res 324 E 

Washington. 
Lepper Frederick, cabinetmaker P, F W & C Ry, res 443 E 

Wayne. 
Lepper George, hostler, bds 242 E Jefferson. 
Lepper Henry, blksmth Olds' Wagon Works, res 95 Summit. 
Lepper Henry W, clerk George DeWald & Co, bds 242 E 

Jefferson. 
Lepper Louisa (wid Henry), res 242 E Jefferson. 
Lepper Louisa, domestic H P Vordermark. 
Lepper Miss Lucy, seamstress, bds 226 Hugh. 
Lepper Peter, laborer, bds 122 Clay. 
Lepper Susie, cook City Hospital. 

Lepple Gottlieb, car repairer P, F W & C Ry, res 17 Duryea. 
Lerch Frank, watchman, res 79 Force. 
Lerch Joseph, shoemaker, res 143 Holman. 
Lerch Mary, domestic 79 Force, 

Lerch Wm, machinist P, F W & C Ry, bds 143 Holman. 
Lerx Mrs Barbara, res 76 Murray 

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Lerx Henry, laborer, bds 76 Murraj'. 

Lesch Alice, domefstic 76 DeWald. 

Lesh Wm, clerk Robinson House. 

Letsch Wm, shoemaker John Baumann, res 143 Holman. 

Leugrind Anthony, tinner, res 90 Hanna. 

Levenberger John H, night foreman, res 43 Force. 

Lever Wm, brakeman, bds Sallier House. 

Levi Abraham, pedler, res 283 E Washington. 

Levi August, notion pedler, res s w cor Cass and Pearl. 

Levi Charles, clerk P Morganthaler & Co, bds s w cor Cass 

and Pearl. 
Levinson Harry, porter The Robinson. 
Levison David, compounder Julius Nathan & Co, bds 67 W 

Main. 
Levy Henry, butcher L Wolf, res 6 McClellan. 
Lew Frederick, laborer, res s s Leith 2 e of Calhoun. 
Lew Peter, bds s w cor Fisher and Holton ave. 
Lewinky Albert, mason, bds 175 E Washington. 
Lewis Alfred B, tinner George H Wilson & Sons, bds 31 W 

Columbia. 
liCWis B Asa, Propr City Dye House 40 W Superior cor 

Harrison, res same. 
Lewis Charles M, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 35 Lavina. 
Lewis Daniel, engineer G R & I R R, rooms 53 Baker. 
Lewis David, carpenter, bds Oliver House. 
Lewis Frank, printer Morning News, res 72 Nelson. 
liCvris Jonathan, Manufacturer of the Champion 

Washing Machine 142 W Main, res same. {See adv, 

p79.) 
Lewis Joseph D, molder, bds 168 Maumee road. 
Lewis Laura A (wid Levi), res 288 W Jefferson. 
Lewis Mrs Matilda, res 168 Maumee road. 
Lewis Mary A (wid Henry), res rear 43 E Columbia. 
Lewis Milford (Rogers, Lewis & Co), res 202 W Jefferson. 
Lewis Miss Rissa, dressmaker 142 W Main, res same. 
Lewis Sylvester L, postal clerk, res w s Glasgow ave 1 s of E 

Washington. 
Lewis Wm, bds 81 Wells. 

LeyKauf Henry, engineer A Hattersley & Son, bds 23 Hood. 
LeyKauf John, clerk N LeyKauf, bds 23 Hood. 
LeyKauf Nicholas, grocer 200 Broadway, res 23 Hood. 
Leyland Cyrus B, watchman Standard Oil Co, res s s Hayden 

nr W, St L & P Ry. 
Leyman Lizzie, laundress Troy Steam Laundry, bds 23 Hood. 
Lichten waiter Orrin J, laborer City Ry Co, res 185 Jackson. 
Lichtsinn Henry, teamster, res 382 E Washington. 



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Liohtsinn Wm, grocer 94^ Barr, res 15 Summit. 

Liddill Harriet S (wid Wm), propr Excelsior Laundry 104 

Broadway, res same. 
Liebelt Alois H, cook Custer House. 
Liebenguth Charles, saloon 26 E Columbia, res same. 
Lieber Richard A P, bartender, res 41 Wells. 
Liebig Carl, bricklayer, res n s Julia 2 w of Holton ave. 
Liebmaii Ernst F, carpenter 106 W Wayne, res same. 
Liebman Reinhold, shoemakei-, res 84 E Wayne. 
Liebman Richard, carpenter, res 13 Jones. 
Liedtke John J, porter Meyer Bros & Co, res 42 Barthold. 
Iiig§^et Bros (James and Robert A), Livery, Boarding 

and Sale Stables 5 and 7 N Harrison. 
Ligget James (Ligget Bros), res 89 W Superior. 
Ligget Robert A (Ligget Bros), res T3 Wells. 
Lightfoot Frank S, clerk Bass F & M Works, bds Aveline 

House. 
Lill Martin, teamster, bds 48 Walter. 

Lillie Henry, carpenter, res s s New Haven road opp Edsall. 
Lillie John jr (Lillie & Munson), res 120 Harrison. 
Lillie & Mnnson (John Lillie, Charles A Munson), 

Lime, Plaster and Cement Calhoun opp Nickel Plate 

Passenger Depot. 
Limbach Herman, helper W, St L & P Ry, bds 58 Pritchard. 
Limecooly Frederick, deputy city marshal, res 193 Barr. 
Limecooly Lewis F, teamster B W Skelton, bds 193 Barr. 
Limecooly Wm, grocer, bds 16 McClellan. 
Lincoln Charles, watchman P, F W & C Ry, res 117 Holman. 
Lincoln Edmund, draughtsman W, St L & P Ry, res 22 

Butler. 
Lincoln George W, watchman, res 7 Riverside ave. 
Lindeman Casper, laborer P, F W & C Ry, bds n w cor 

Thomas and Samuel. 
Lindeman Elizabeth (wid Eberhart), bds 18 Lavina. 
Lindeman Frederica (wid Christian), bds 78 Williams. 
Lindeman Fritz, wiper, res 78 Williams. 
Lindeman Henry F, cashier Root & Co, bds 106 Wilt. 
Lindeman John, laborer P, F W & C Ry, bds n w cor Thomas 

and Samuel. 
Lindeman John H, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 106 Wilt. 
Lindeman Louis, bds 106 Wilt. 
Lindemanii Daniel, teacher, res 81 Wilt. 
Lindemann E Wm, saloon 24 E Berry, res same. 
Lindemann Wm, carpenter, res 404 E Washington. 
Lindenberg Christian, machinist C L Olds & Co, res 22 Hood. 
Lindenbei-g Frederick, mason, res 55 Stophlet. 

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Linderman Rose, domestic 39 W Lewis. 

Lindlag Philip, agent Toledo Brewing Co, res 115 W Wash- 
ington. 

Lindlag Wm H, saloon 31 Calhoun, bds J15 W Washington. 

Lindley Nelson D, raach P, F W & C Ry, res 321 Harris n. 

Line Miss Annie E, seamstress, bds 38 Lavina. 

Ling George W, fireman W, St L & P Ry, res 47 Bass. 

Linhardt Ernst, bottler H L Studer, bds same. 

Lininger Frank E, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res 301 Hanna. 

Link Adam, trav agt Carnahau, Hanna & Co, rooms 15 Clay. 

Link Andrew, box manufacturer 90 and 92 E Columbia, bds 
238 E Jefferson. 

Link Annie M (wid George N), res 238 E Jefferson. 

Link Miss Annie A, bds 238 E Jefferson. 

Link Erwin M, foreman Andrew Link, bds 238 E Jefferson. 

Link Thomas, blacksmith, res w s Miner 2 n of DeWald. 

Link Wm, contractor and builder 90 and 92 E Columbia, res 
367 Lafayette. 

Linker Henry E, meat market 240 Calhoun, res 46 W Berry. 

Linker Valentine, res w s Grant ave bet Randall and Hum- 
phrey. 

Linnenmann Bernard, cabinetmaker Peters' Box & Lumber 
Co, res 74 W Jefferson. 

Linsky Timothy, spoke selecter N G Olds & Sons, res 232 E 
Jefferson. 

Lintz Anthony, foreman Citizens' Street Railway Co's barn, 
res 16 Holman. 

Lintz Delia (wid Anthony), res 14 E Columbia. 

Lintz Martin, traveling agent Huestis & Hamilton, rooms 113 
W Wayne. 

Lintz Theodore L, bookkeeper C L Centlivre, bds 14 E 
Columbia. 

Lipes Alexander T, printer Keller Medicine Co, bds 176 W 
DeWald. 

Lipes Charles T, Propr Ft Wayne Business College, 
res 339 W Washington. (See adv, p 65.) 

Lipes U Grant, student Dr A DeVilbiss, bds 21 Hamilton. 

Lippert Henry, blacksmith Olds' Wagon Works. 

Lipsett Edward, conductor P, F W & C Ry, rooms 201 Cal- 
houn. 

Lische Israel, carpenter, bds Wm D Baker. 

Lischy Aaron, carpenter Boseker, White & Co, bds Stone 
Lock, E Wayne. 

Liscomb John R, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, res 66 Wells. 

Litot George A, clerk Rhinesmitli & Simonson, res s w cor 
Randolph and Spy Run ave. 

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Litot Joseph V, clerk A H Carier, bds s w cor Spy Run ave 

and Randolph. 
Litot Louis A, bartender C L Centlivre, bds Thomas Hunt. 
Litt George O, collector, bds G W Litt. 
Litt George W, commission, res n s 4th 1 w of Wells. 
Little Alfred, painter P, F W & C Ry, res 164 Madison. 
Little Rebecca (wid George), res .34| John. 
Little Wm, laborer, bds 34^ John. 

Littlejohn Wm, blacksmith W, St L & P Ry, res 19 Poplar. 
Livelsberger Albert M, traveling agt, res 178 W Washington. 
Lloyd, see also Loyd. 

Lloyd Belle R, teacher Clay School, bds 121 E Main. 
Lloyd Rev John P, res 121 E Main. 

Lloyd Thomas M, elk George DeWald & Co, bds 121 E Main. 
liOag^ CJeOPge W , Dentist s e cor Calhoun and Columbia, 

res same. 
Lobkamann Henry, blacksmith A Vogoly, bds 58 Oak. 
Lobkamann Henry, laborer, bds u8 Oak. 

Locke Joseph, wiper P, F W & C Ry, bds 82 Montgomery. 
Locus John, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds Sallier House. 
Loebert Frederick C, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res w s John 

5 s of Creighton ave. 
Loehrson John, coremaker Bass F & M Works, bds 300 E 

Washington. 
Loescll CrCOrg^e H, Druggist 96 Barr cor of Wayne, 

res 71 Douglass ave. 
Logan Lot A, baggageman Nicklo Plate Ry, res 314 Harrison. 
Logan Nora (wid Joseph), res 76 Butler. 
Logan Thomas J, stenographer 62^ Calhoun, bds P'leming 

House. 
Logan Wm L, blacksmith rear 178 Calhoun, res 42 Baker. 
Lohman Joseph |M Frank & Co), res 38 W Wayne. 
Lohmeyer Charles, cigarmaker L Dessauer & Co, bds 74 Barr. 
Lohrman Wm, engineer P, F W & C Ry, bds 142 John. 
Lomas Charles, molder Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, res e s S Cal- 
houn s of limits. 
Lombard, see also Lumbar d. 
Lombard Joseph, letter carrier, res w s Hoagland ave 1 n of 

Pontiac. 
Lommatz Gustav, stonecutter Wm & J J Geake, res W Main. 
Lonergan Alice, shirtmaker GS Fowler, bds 166 Madison. 
Lonergan Charles, bds 166 Madison. 
Lonergan James E, binder Ft Wayne Sentinel, bds 164 

Madison. 
Lonergan John V, machinist F W, C & L Ry, res 223 Wells. 
Lonergan Maggie, shirtmaker G S Fowler, bds 166 Madison. 

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Lonergan Margaret (wid Thomas D), res 166 Madison. 
Lones James, cigarmaker R C Reinewald, bds w s Calhoun 4 

s of Allen. 
Lones Theodore H, drayman, rooms 224 Calhoun. 
Loney Alexander J, baggageman P, F W «fe C Ry, res 119 

Williams. 
Long Adam, baker W F Gellev, bds 102 Broadway. 
Long Charles A, despatcher P, F W & C Ry, res 105 W 

Jefferson. 
Long Charles F, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, res 276 W 

Washington. 
Long Christena, clerk Stewart, Jamieson & Beadell, bds 30 N 

Calhoun. 
Long Clara, domestic 177 W Wayne. 
Long Frank H, barber J J Kinsey, bds 30 N Calhoun. 
Long Frederick C, barber J J Kinsey, res 36 Baker. 
Long Freeman B, turner, res w s Hanover 1 s of N T, C 

«feStL Ry. 
Long George W, propr Nickel Plate Hotel 31 W Columbia. 
Long Henry F, feed stable 30 N Calhoun, res same. 
Long James B, clerk Stewart, Jamieson & Beadell, res 54 

W Main. 
Long John, conductor P, F W & C Ry, rooms Driscoll Hall. 
Long John, clerk, res 4 Marion. 
Long John C W (Tyler & Long), cigar box lumber mnfr, 

n w cor Thompson ave and Wabash Ry, res 20 Williams. 
Long John E, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 82 Wilt. 
Long Mason, evangelist, res 86 E Main. 

Long Wm M, conductor P, F W «fc C Ry, rooms 4 Dris- 
coll Hall. 
Longacre Milton P, bookkeeper Hoffman Bros, res 250 W 

Creighton ave. 
Longfield John A, finisher N G Olds & Sons, res 40 Charles. 
Loos August W, machinist Bass F & M Works, bds 419 

Lafayette. 
Loos Charles, machinist Bass F & M Works, bds 419 

Lafayette. 
Loos Henry C, machinist Bass F & M Works, res 419 Lafayette. 
Loos Henry C jr, boilermaker Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 419 

Lafayette. 
Loos John, laborer, bds 419 Lafayette. 

Loos Joseph E, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 419 Lafayette. 
Loos Miss Lizzie, bds 419 Lafayette. 
Loos Miss Matilda P, bds 419 Lafayette. 
Lordier August, saloon 20 Clinton, res same. 
Lordier Frank J, clerk F Sallier, bds 20 Clinton. 

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Lordier Philip, saloon 138 Calhoun, res 37 Baker. 

Loreiiz Joseph, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 69 Force. 

Lose Cyrus J, printer Ft Wayne Gazette, bds 43 Douglass av. 

Lose Levi H, carpenter, res 43 Douglass ave. 

Lossman August, carder French, Hanna & Co, res 77 E Supe- 
rior. 

Lotz George, butchei-, res 8 Jones. 

Loucks Amos, carpenter John McMullen, res 83 Brackenridge. 

Loudenberg Charles, machinist, rooms 94 Montgomery. 

Loughlin John, brass molder P, F W & C Ry, bds 15 E Jef- 
ferson. 

Loughlin Michael, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 72 Chicago. 

Lounsberry George H, wheelmaker N G Olds & Sous, bds 153 
E Lewis. 

Lounsberry James B, supt N G Olds & Sons, res 40 Madison. 

Lounsberry Maria (wid James B), boarding house, 153 E 
Lewis. 

Lounsberry Miss Nettie, music teacher 153 E Lewis, bds same. 

Lourson John, coremaker, bds 300 E Washington. 

Louttit James, wheelwright N G Olds & Sons, res 6 Eckart. 

Love Wm, truckman, res e s Force 1 s of Creighton ave. 

Lowry Miss Alida, student Westminister Home School, bds 
251 W Main. 

Lowry Miss Anna, bds 251 W Main. 

Lowry James W, rim inspector N G Olds & Sons, bds Har- 
mon House. 

liOWry Hon Robert, Lawyer and Representative in 
Congress. Office 7 Burgess Block, res 25 1 W Main. 

Loyd, see also Lloyd. 

Loyd George, machinist, res 91 Force. 

Loyd Thomas W, machine hand Boseker, White & Co, res n 
s Erie 4 w of Hanover. 

Lucey Jeremiah, bds 206 Broadway. 

Lucey Timothy, laborer, res 206 Broadway. 

Luckey Anthony, laborer Hoffman Bros, bds 324 E Wayne. 

Luckey Elizabeth (wid John), res 324 E Wayne. 

Luckey Henry, laborer J F Fletcher, bds 324 E Wayne. 

Luckey Jacob, teamster, bds 83 Barthold. 

Ludington James A, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 204 La- 
fayette. 

Ludwick Wilson, laborer, res 26 Oi'chard. 

Luegring Anthony, tinsmith 79 E Washington, res 90 Hanna. 

Luhmann Frederick, tailor F W Luhmann, bds same. 

Luhmann Frederick, laborer, res n s Cochrane 2 e of Coombs. 

Luhmann F Wm, tailor 314 E Washington, res e s Canal 1 s 
of E Wayne. 

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Luhmann Henry, tailor F W Luhiaanii, bds same. 
Luhrmann Wm, laborer Ft Wayne Gas Light Co, res 57 E 

Superior. 
Luhmann Wm H, carpenter J H Meyer, bds F W Luhmann. 
Luhrmann Mrs Anna, janitress Washington School, re.s 213 W 

Washington. 
Luhrmann Christian, teamstei-, res 213 W Washington. 
Lukens Alfred T, bkkpr A D Brandriff & Co, res 284 W Berry. 
Lukens Perry jr, solicitor Ft Wayne Sunday Gazette, res 284 

W Berry. 
Luley Frank J, foreman patternmaker Bass F & M Works, 

res 171 E Jefferson. 
Luley Frank P, patternmaker Bass F '.& M Works, res 279 

Hanna. 
Luley John, machinist Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 279 Hanna. 
Luley Joseph, helper Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 279 Hanna. 
Luley Joseph, spice packer J B Monning & Co, res 1 7 1 E Jef - 



Luley Philip, foreman, res 279 Hanna. 

Luley Wm, molder Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 279 Hanna. 

Lumbard, see also Lombard. 

Lumbard Mary A (wid Sanford), res s w cor Berry and La- 
fayette. 

liUUlbiird Hidney C, Insurance, Real Estate and Loan 
Agent 36 Calhoun, res 137 W Wayne. 

Lund Henry M,' contractor, res 172 Crcighton ave. _ < 

Lunceford D Charles, saloon and restaurant 213 Lafayette, 
res same. 

Lunn James, laborer Hoffman Ijros, res 205 W Main. 

Luilt Geor§-e W, Manaoer Fort Wayne Gazette, bds 
105 W Berry. 

Lupton Joseph, wiper P, F W & C Ry. 

Lupton Patrick, coachman 324 Calhoun. 

liUtherau liibrary As^fi^ociation The, Wolke 

Block, Calhoun st. 

Lutze John H, engineer Louis Rastetter, res 194 Broadway 

Lydolph Eliza (wid Frederick), bds 113 Lafayette. 

Lyles Miss Ida, dressmaker, bds 324 E Jefferson. 

Lyles John Q, blacksmith Bass P & M Works, res 324 E Jef- 
ferson. 

Lyman Charles H, brakeman, res s s Hayden 5 w of McCul- 
loch. 

Lyman Walter, blacksmith helper M L Albrecht, bds e s Hav- 
den ur W, St L & P Ry. ' 

Lynch Anthony, barn foreman Citizens' Street Ry, bds 25 Hoi- 



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Lynch Jeremiah, fireman P, F W & C Ry, bcls 322 Lafayette. 
Lynch John, brakeman, bds 30 Baker. 
Lynch John E, carpenter, res 103 W Main. 
Lynch John F, stock clerk P, F W & C Ry, res 322 Lafayette. 
Lynch Mathias, laborer, res 12 Kansas. 
Lynch Mathias jr, brakeman, bds 12 Kansas. 
Lyne Wm, bookkeeper, res 111 W Jefferson. 
Lynn Martha (wid Louis), res 203 W Washington. 
Lynn Prince A, agent Star Union Line 93 Calhoun, res In- 
dianapolis, Lid. 
Lyon Jennie (wid Winfield), bds 195 Barr. 
Lyon Wm, fireman, rooms 148 E Lewis. 
Lyons Anna (wid Thomas), bds 326 E Wayne. 
Lyons Henry, waiter Globe restaurant, rooms 51 E Main. 
Lyons J, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res ?8 Chicago. 
Lyons Robert J, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 81 E Jefferson. 
Lyons Wm E, fireman G R & I R R, res 148 E Lewis. 
Lyons Winfield J, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 51 Melita. 
Lyttle Benjamin, teamster A G Trentman, res 12 Sturgis. 



McAfee Samuel R, blacksmith P, F W & C Ry, res 331 Hanna. 

McAllister Alexander, carpenter, bds w s Hanna 3 n of Pon- 
tiac. 

McAllister Archibald, carpenter Cochrane & Humphrey, bds 
175 W Berry. 

McArdle Joseph H, finisher N G Olds & Sons, bds 214 E Mad- 
ison. 

McAteer Wm, heater Bass F & M Works, bds 98 Montgomery. 

McBennett Francis, carpenter John McMullen, res 410 La- 
fayette. 

McBride George, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 309 Lafayette. 

McBride Joseph O, engineer pumping station N Y, C & St L 
Ry, bds C W Kemp. 

McBride Thomas N, foreman Gause Agricultural Works, res 
76 Butler. 

McCabe Charles J, carbldr Citizens' Street Ry, res 27 Hanna. 

McCafferty Alfred, hay dealer, res 108 Barr. 

McCafferty May, chambermaid The Robinson. 

McCaffery A Melissa (wid Wm), res s e cor Jenison and Hel- 
ton ave. 

McCaffrey Cormack, flagman W, St L & P Ry, res 315 Har- 



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McCaffrey John C, watchman P, F W & C Ry, res 315 Har- 
rison. 

McCaffrey John J, mach P, F W & C Rv, rooms 27 Baker. 

McCaffrey Thomas, boilermaker P, F W & C Ry, res 301 
Webster. 

McCain Ann (wid Wm), bds 119 E Main. 

UlcCaiu John M, Propr Home Billiard Hall rear 20 
and 22 W Berry, res 378 Calhoun. 

McCain Mrs Margaret, bds 70 Barr. 

McCall Julia, domestic 167 W Wayne. 

McCall J C, brakeman P, F W & C Ry. 

McCallum Lydia (wid John ), bds 53 Baker. 

McCamley Edward L, molder Bass F «fe M Works, res 145 
Griffith. 

McCamley Michael, carpenter, res 145 Griffith. 

McCann Charles, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds n w cor 
Walton ave and P, F W & C Ry. 

McCann James, fireman, bds 132 Wells. 

McCann John, policeman, res 65 Grand. 

McCann Wm, molder, res 133 Fairfield ave. 

McCarthy Andrew, lab P, F W & C Ry, res 70 W DeWald. 

McCarthy Bartholomew, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 3 
Colerick. 

McCarthy Daniel, laborer, res 111 Taylor. 

McCarthy Dennis, clerk W, St L & P Ry, bds 3 Colerick. 

McCarthy Dennis, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, res 102 
Wallace. 

McCarthy Dennis, laborer, bds 46 Hoagland ave. 

McCarthy Dennis C, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds Nave 
House. 

McCarthy Ellen (wid John), bds 27 Baker. 

McCarthy James, boilermaker P, F W & C Ry, res 331 
Lafayette. 

McCarthy John, eng P, F W & C Ry, res 50 Brackenridge. 

McCarthy John, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 51 Colerick. 

McCarthy John, fireman Ft W, C & L R R, bds 63 .3d. 

McCarthy John, laborer, res 46 Hoagland ave. 

McCarthy John C, conductor P, F W & C Ry, bdfe Harmon 
House, 

McCarthy Mary (wid John), res 14 Walnut. 

McCarthy Mrs Mary, res 200 Calhoun. 

McCarthy Michael, machinist, bds 415 Lafayette. 

McCarthy Patrick, eng P, F W & C Ry, res 288 E Wayne. 

McCarthy Patrick, watchman, res 3 Colerick. 

McCarthy Patrick, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds 415 La- 
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McCarthy Patrick," laborer, res 14 Walnut. 

McCarthy Timothy, laborer, bds 46 Hoagland ave. 

McCarty John, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 160 Holman. 

McCaskey Creorg'e "W, Physician s w cor Calhoun and 
Berry, bds Aveline House. , 

McCausland John W, Physician and Surgeon nwcor 
E Li'wis and Lafayette, res 242 E Lewis. 

McClellan John Q, eng P, P W & C Ry, res 136 E Lewis. 

McClellan Wm, teamster H F Gerke, res 136 E Lewis. 

McClelland James S, clerk, res 241 Webster. 

McClelland Wm H, clerk Morgan & Beach, res 95 W 
Superior. 

McCloskey Terence, shoemaker Wm Hehze, bds 103 Wells. 

MeClure Andrew (A McClure & Bro), res 210 Calhoun. 

McClure A & Bro (Andrew and John H), Proprs Com- 
mercial House s w cor Calhoun and Douglass ave. 

McClure David B, millwright Hoffman Bros, res 225 W 
Main. 

McClure Delia (wid John), dressmaker, res 58 W Wayne. 

McClure James H, painter, bds 22 Lasselle. 

McClure John H (A McClure & Bro), res Huntington, Ind. 

McClure Mary, prin Clay School, bds 103 W Berry. 

McClure Mary E, teacher Bloomingdale School, bds 210 Cal- 
houn. 

McClure Sherman, laborer, bds 77 E Berry. 

McCollem John, engineer W, St L & P Ry, res 1 West. 

McCollough Miss M^aggie, seamstress, bds Britton Poulsou. 

McConahy Albert D, brakeman, res 52 W Lewis. 

McConkey Milton M, res 296 W Jefferson. 

McConnehey Jennie, domestic 93 E Berry. 

McConnell Andrew J, collector Ft Wayne Sentinel, bds 30 W 
Main. 

McConnell August J, steam fitter A Hattersley & Son, res 30 
W Main. 

McConnell Emma (wid Wm A), res 105 W Berry. 

McConnell John M, ticket clerk W, S L & P Ry, res 89 W 
DeWald. ' ■ 

McConnell Joseph L, brakeman, res 198 Hanna. 

McConnell Thomas J, bookkeeper, bds 80 W Main. 

McCormick James M, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Lee 
Breese. 

McCormick Robert, helper, bds 6 Kansas. 

McCormick Thomas, laborer, bds n w cor Harrison and 1st. 

McCoy John W, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 80 Chicago. 

McCoy Kate (wid Thomas), bds 6 Kansas. 

McCoy Patrick, laborer, bds 6 Kansas. 

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McCracken James K, Freis;ht and Ticket Agent 
P, F W & C Ry, C, R & F W Ry and G R & I R R, 

Office coi- Clinton and Railroad, res 271 W Wayne. 

McCracken Jay J, asst cashier P, F W & C Ry, res s w cor 
Berry and Lafayette. 

McCrea Sarah, chambermaid Harmon House. 

II cCrillllllOU Annie G (wid Samuel), Boarding House 
126 Harrison. 

McCroden Thomas J, wood, res 182 W Washington. 

McCue Thomas, brakeman G R & I R R, bds 31 Hough. 

McCulloch Charles, pres The Hamilton NationaJ Bank, res 
98 E Berry. 

McCulloch Kate (wid Samuel), res 206 Hanna. 

McCullough Frank, carding clerk P, F W & C Ry, res 299 
Hanna. 

lleCullons^ll Oustine W, Dentist 28 Calhoun, res 
208 E Lewis. (See adv, back cover.) 

McCullough Howard, physician 180 Harrison, bds 34 Doug- 
lass ave. 

McCullough Jeunie, domestic 231 W Wayne. 

McCullough John, foreman Olds' Wagon Works, res 37 Mad- 
ison. 

McCullough Mrs Katie, res 29 Hough. 

McCullough Robert, clerk J B White, bds 29 Hough. 

McCuUong'll Thomas P, Physician 180 Harrison, res 
34 Douglass ave. 

McCumpsy Ancei M, fireman G R & I R R, res 17 Lavina. 

McCumsey Miss Rachel, seamstress, bds e s Oliver 4 s of 
Horace. 

McCumskey Agnes, domestic 188 W Wayne. 

McCurdy Andrew R, clerk George DeWald & Co, res 38 La- 
vina. 

McCurdy Martin J, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 13 
Burgess. 

McCurdy Nettie, bds 38 Lavina. 

McDermine Josephine (wid Wm), res 106 Madison. 

McDermott James, molder, res 317 Calhoun. 

McDermott James, laborer, res 196 E Jefferson. 

McDermut Nancy (wid Josiah S), res 29 W Lewis. 

McDermut Wilson E, clerk Fort Wayne Water Works 68 
Barr, res 29 W Lewis. 

McDonald Edward T, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 108 
Wallace. 

McDonald Emmet H (Carnahan, Hanna & Co), res 272 W 
Wayne. 

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McDonald James A, traveliug agent, bds 121 W Superior. 

McDonald James A, fireman, bds s w cor Lafayette and Ham- 
ilton. 

McDonald James C, mason, res 5 Monroe. 

McDonald James E, fireman P, F W & C Ry, bds 108 Wal- 
lace. 

McDonald John, blksmith Fleming Mnfg Co, res 231 Wells. 

McDonald John, laborer, bds George Rudert. 

McDonald John, trav agent, rooms 104 Barr. 

McDonald John E, fireman P, F W & C Ry, bds 108 Wal- 
lace. 

McDonald Margaret (wid Thomas), res 108 Wallace. 

McDonald Margaret H (wid Archibald J), res 121 W Su- 
perior. 

McDonald Mary (wid Archibald), boarding house 332 Lafay- 
ette cor Hamilton, res same. 

McDonald Mary A, domestic 94 W Wayne. 

McDonald Miss' May M, bds 108 Wallace. 

McDonald Michael, machinist, bds 11 Grand. 

McDonald Nancy E (wid Wm H), res 143 W Wayne. 

McDonald Patrick J (Hogan & McDonald), bds 11 Grand. 

McDonald Ronald T, Treas Fort Wayne Jenney 
Electric Light Co, res 135 E Washington. {See adv.) 

McDonald Miss Sarah M, bds 121 W Superior. 

McDonald Wm F, telegraph operator N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 
108 Wallace. 

McDoimell Anna, domestic 109 W Berry. 

McDorman John E, lab P, F W & C Ry, res 171 Broadway. 

McDorman Mary J (wid John E), dressmaker, res 171 Broad- 
way. 

McElfatrick Mary (wid John), res 103 W Main. 

McFarland Rev Wm H, pastor 2d Presbyterian Church, bds 
Aveliiie House. 

McFee Daniel T, fireman W, St L & P Ry, bds 328 W Jef- 
ferson. 

McFee Elizabeth J, teacher Washington School, bds 328 W 
Jefferson. 

McFee Margaret (wid Wm), res 328 W Jefferson. 

McGee Mary (wid Patrick), res 35 W Main. 

McGee Mattie, clerk A Mergentheim, bds 35 W Main. 

McGee Thomas S, clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds 35 W Main. 

McGeehon Miss Frances A, bds w s Euclid ave 2 s of Dia- 
mond. 

McGeehon John, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res w s Euclid 
ave 2 s of Diamond. 

McGinnis Daniel, i-oofer, res e s Franklin ave 3 n of Aboit. 

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FORT WAYNE DIEECTORT. 275 

McGinnis Wm, messenger, res 24 Locust. 

McGowan John, boilermaker P, F W & C Ry, res 149 Barr. 

McGrath Thomas, laborer, bds 10 Bass. 

McGuffrin Charles, yardmaster F W, C & L Ry, bds Ra- 
cine House. 

McGuire George, brakeman, bds 381 Hanna. 

McGuire Henry, foreman, res 16 Locust. 

McGuire John F, helper, bds 16 Baker. 

McGuire Owen, line repairer, res 16 Baker. 

McGuire Thomas, engineer, res 381 Hanna. 

McGuire Wm, brakeman, res 74 Melita. 

McGushin Patrick, eugnr N Y, C «fe StL Ry, res Bellevue, O. 

Mcllvaine Miss Louise, bds 254 E Lewis. 

Mcllvaine Wm H, plumber Robert Ogden, bds 254 E Lewis. 

Mcintosh A F, carp N Y, & St L Ry, bds 31 W Columbia. 

Mcintosh George B, physician and vice-pres Standard Life 
Association 29 W Main, bds 126 Harrison. 

Mclntyre V^alentine, carpenter N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 31 W 
Columbia. 

McKay James M (G E Bursley & Co), res 134 W Main. 

McKay John, contractor, bds Racine House. 

McKeag Agnes, dressmaker, bds 149 Fairfield ave. 

McKeag Agnes (wid Wm), res 149 Fairfield ave. 

McKeag Ellen, teacher Jefferson School, bds 149 Fairfield ave. 

McKean John L, machinist, bds McCulloch's Homestead. 

McKean Milton H. bkkpr J M Yohey, bds 149 W Superior. 

McKean Sarah E, teacher Clay School, bds 149 W Superior. 

McKean Wm T, machinist, res 149 W Superior. 

McKee Annie (wid Robert W), dressmaker 284 E Washing- 
ton, res same. 

McKee Arthur J, teacher, bds 283 Monroe. 

McKee Miss Elizabeth B, dressmaker, bds 286 E Washington. 

McKee Hugh, contractor, bds 105 W Berry. 

McKee Raymond, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds e s Monroe 
nr Wallace. 

McKendry Daniel, Asst City Engineer 68 Barr, res 
282 Harrison. 

Mcfeenzie Caleb I, painter, res 11 St Martins. 

McKenzie George, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 121 Butler. 

McKeon Charles, engineer F W Electric Light Co, bds 86 
Dawson. 

McKeon James, res 86 Dawson. 

McKering Dennis L, helper W, St L & P Ry, bds 48 Hend- 
ricks. 

McKernan Alexander, bi'ickyard New Haven road e of limits, 
res 48 Walter. 



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McKernan Mary (wid James), bds 48 Walter. 

McKindley Alice (wid John), seamstress, res 96 Barr. 

McKinley Alexander, clerk Perry McKinley, res 21 N Cass. 

McKinley Luella, teacher, bds 141 N Cass. 

McKinley Mrs Ollie, res 96 Barr. 

McKinley Perry, grocer 16 W Columbia, res 141 N Cass. 

McKinnie Alexander, bds McKinnie House. 

McKinnie Henry, propr McKinnie House, res same. 

flfcKinnie House, Henrv McKinnie Propr, Wm M 

McKinnie Manager, P, F W & C Ry Depot. 
mcKinuie Win M, Manager McKmney House, res 

same. 
McLachlan Alexander, bookkeeper C L Olds & Co, bds 209 

Barr. 
McLachlan John, machinist, bds 209 Barr. 
McLachlan Wm (C L Olds & Co), res s w cor Douglas ave 

and Webster. 
MoLain Benoni P, feed yard w s Clinton n of Superior, res 20 

W Superior. 
MoLain Charles J, deputy auditor, res 402 E Wayne. 
McLain Zeruiah E, teacher Bloomingdale School, bds 20 W 

Superior. 
McLane Daniel, candymaker Batchelder & Medsker, bds 232 

E Jefferson. 
McLane James P, clerk C F Bicknese, res 241 Clay. 
McLane John, bds 232 E Jefferson. 
McLane. Nicholas bds 232 E Jefferson. 
McLaughlin Christopher, molder Bass F & M Works, res 

10 Gay. 
McLaughlin John W, lab, res s s Hayden 7 w of McCulloch. 
McLajighlin Mary (wid James), bds 149 Barr. 
McLaughlin Wm, laborer, bds 10 Gay. 

McLean Mary (wid Robert), res e s DeGroff 2 s of Muncie R R. 
McLetchie John W, clerk Boseker, White & Co, bds 60 Barr. 
McMahan John, contractor, res 273 W Main. 
MoMahan John W (Draker & Co), bds 273 W Main. 
McMahan Joseph, plumber Robert Ogden, bds 273 W Main. 
McMahon Minerva (wid Perry), bds 194 Union. 
McMahon Miss Mollie, bds 25 Wall. 
McMahon Sylvester, conductor, res 213 Broadway. 
MoManigal Flora, telephone operator, bds 102 W Superior. 
McManigal Harry, stave jointer, bds 102 W Superior. 
McManigal Josiah, laborer, res 102 W Superior. 
McMillan Isabella, domestic 306 Calhoun. 
McMillan James B, well-digger, res n e cor Burgess and 

DeGroff. 

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McMullen James, engineer P, P W «fc C Ry, bds410 Lafayette. 
McMullen John, carpenter and builder w s Monroe bet Charles 

and Lasselle, res 70 Charles. 
McMullen Wm, clerk, res 133 Holiuan. 
McNair Cassie, clerk A Mergenithelm, bds n e cor DeWald 

and Pairfield ave. 
McNair Charles, carpenter P, P W «fe C Ry, res n e cor 

DeWald and Fairfield ave. 
McNally James, laborer, bds 15 High. 
McNally James, laborer, res 72 Murray. 
McNally John, conductor, res 105 Wallace. 
McNamara Peter, foreman, bds w s Runnion ave 3 n of W 

Main. 
McNamara Thomas, laborer, res 98 Chicago. 
McNamara Washington C, with N G Olds & Son, rooms 176 

Calhoun. 
McNearney John, laborer, res 20 Brandriff. 
McNearney Mary, janitress P, F W & C Ry, res 84 Baker. 
McNearney Thomas, laborer, bds 84 Baker. 
McNulty Delia, bookbinder, bds 5 Hoagland ave. 
McNulty Prank, heater Bass F & M Works, bds s w cor 

Lafayatte and Hamilton. 
McNulty John W, plumber A Hattersley & Son, res 247 

Harrison. 
McNulty Miss Maggie, tailoress, bds 11 Oak. 
McNulty Neil, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 11 Oak. 
McNulty Wm, shoemaker 121 Fairfield ave, res same. 
McPhail Anson W, plumber A Hattersley & Son, res 192 

Erving. 
McPhail Janet A, teacher JeflFerson School, bds 192 Ewing. 
McPhail Margaret, teacher Bloomingdale School, bds 192 

Ewiug. 
McPhail Wm,re8 192 Ewing. 
McPhail Wm B, engineer, res 138 Wells. 
McQuarrie Allan, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 45 

Miner. 
McQuiston Wilson, clerk Randall & Vesey, res 70 Wells. 
McTavish Angus, tailor N B Young, bds 77 E Berry. 
McTigue Peter, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds J D Smith. 
McVay Michael, boilerwasher N Y, C & St L Ry, res e s 

De Graflf, 1 s of Ft W, C & L Ry. 

Mabie Oscar L, with A J Smith, res 142 Broadway. 

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MacDougal Charles, clerk Root & Co, res 166 E Berry. 

MacDougal John, res 166 E Berry. 

Mack John, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res 415 Lafayette. 

Mack John, laborer Olds Wagon Works, bds 39 Grand. 

Mack Kate, domestic 365 W Main. 

Mack Lizzie, domestic 285 W Main. 

Madden James D, plumber A Hattersley & Son, res 58 Baker. 

Maddigan Bridget (wid Patrick), res 48 Baker. 

Maddux George, carpenter and builder n s Hurd 1 e of 

Holton ave, res same. 
Maddux John, carp, res s e cor Creighton and Holton aves. 
Maddux Wm A, carpenter S Pennock & Sons Co, res 28 

Sherman. 
Madison Alfred J, brassmolder P, F W & C Ry, res 148 

Wallace. 
Madison Franls, machinist P, F W & C Ry, bds 148 Wallace. 
Madison Wm J, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 148 

Wallace. 
Magel Joseph, blacksmith Chauvey Bros, bds 45 E Superior. 
Magley Wm H, blacksmith J A Spereisen, res w s Fairfield 

ave opposite F W Organ Factory. 
Magner Miss Clara, res 103 Fairfield ave. 
Magner Francis, laborer, res 159 Hanna. 
Magnus Charles W D, clerk Stewart, Jamieson & Beadell, 

bds 26 Samuel. 
Magnus Wm F, laborer, res s s Samuel 2 e of Thomas. 
Maguire John, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 16 Baker. 
Maguire John B, postal clerk, res 259 W Jefferson. 
Maguire Thomas, engineer G R & I R R, res 381 Hanna. 
Mahan Thomas W, switchman W, St L & P Ry, bds 29 High. 
Mahanky Hannah,' domestic 142 W Jefferson. 
Maher Michael, laborer, bds 6 Kansas. 

Maher Wm E, machinist P, F W & C Ry, bds Com- 
mercial Hotel. 
Mahler Louis, dancing academy 27 Calhoun, bds 106 W 

Wayne. 
Mahon Bridget (wid Dominick), rooms 176 W Jefferson. 
Mahrt Conrad, harnessmaker A S Johns & Son, res 140 

Lafayette. 
Mahrt W'm C, cigarmaker H W Ortmann, bds 140 Lafayette. 
Mahurin Marshall S (J F Wing & Co), bds 105 W Berry. 
Maier, see also Mayer, Meier and Meyer. 
Maier John A, deputy county clerk, bds 105 W Berry. 
Maier Mary, domestic 55 E Jefferson. . 
Maier Willis D, County Clerk Allen County Office 

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FORT WAYXE DIBECTOET. 279 

Mailand Sophie, domestic 15 Madison. 

Mailey Patrick, laborer, res 54 Melita. 

Maine John, physician 191 Calhoun, res same. 

Maine M Amanda, rooms 91 Calhoun. 

Maines. Charles C, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res w s Wal- 
ton ave 2 s of P, F W & C Ry. 

Mainz Miss Eva, bds 31 Pine. 

Mainz Miss Margaret, bds .31 Pine. 

Maisch Jacob F, stonecutter Wm Moellering, res 66 Gay. 

Major David H, engine hostler P, F W & C Ry, res 163 
Hanna. 

Major James E, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res 15 Jefferson. 

Major Sims, canvasser Fort Wayne Daily Gazette, rooms 132 
W Main. 

Majors Frank, coachman P A Randall, res s e cor Maple and 
Thompson aves. 

Majors John, cigarmaker L Dessauer & Co, res s e cor St 
Mary's ave and Aboit. 

Majors Thomas J, cigarmaker J C Eckert, res 28 Williams. 

Malanathy Frank, plasterer, bds n w cor Harrison and 1st. 

Malcom James, truckman P, F W & C Ry, res 37 Stophlet. 

Maley John, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 32 Butler. 

Mailey Mrs Mary, res 187 E Jefferson. 

Malloy Wm, trav agt Rogers, Lewis & Co, bds 215 W Wayne. 

Malone Bridget (wid Patrick), res 159 Hanna. 

Malone John, hammerman P, F W & C Ry. res 159 Hanna. 

Malone John W, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds New Yard 
House. 

Malone Patrick, res 328 Lafayette. 

Malone Patrick E, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 159 Hanna. 

Malone Peter, grocer 171 Broadway, res 173 same. 

Malone Peter, laborer, res 44 Wall. 

Malone Miss Rose, dressmaker Mrs M Green, bds 127 Hanna. 

Malone Thomas, brakeman, bds 257 Calhoun. 

Maloney Michael, laborer, res 103 Mechanic. 

Manaray John C, asst foreman P, F W & C Ry, res 4 River- 
side ave. 

Mangan Bridget (wid Patrick), res 3 Walnut. 

Mangan George, coal heaver N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 3 Walnut. 

Mangan Julia, domestic 105 Wallace. 

Mangan Miss Mary, milliner, bds 3 Walnut. 

Mangan Michael J, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res 3 Walnut. 

Mangan Thomas E, laborer, bds 3 Walnut. 

Man'ier Frank, carpenter, res 228 Lafayette. 
Manier Joseph P, spoketurner N G Olds & Sons, bds 228 La- 
fayette. 

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Manier Margaret (wid Hippolyte), res 2 Oak. 

Mann David W, bds 1 Brandriff. 

Mannheimer Abraham (Isaac Wile & Co), bds Robinson 

House. 
Manning John, switchman, bds 206 Hanna. 
Manning Thomas, laborer, res 49 Grand. 
Mannix Frank J, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 10 Holman. 
Mannix Thomas, shoemaker 231 Calhoun, res 10 Holman. 
Mannix Wm T, deputy sheriff, bds 10 Holman. 
Mannok Edward, saloon 96 Broadway, res same. 
Mannweiler Christian, helper Gause Agricultural Works, res 

23 Duryea. 
Mannweiler Herman, machine hand, bds 23 Duryea. 
Mannweiler Martin E P, barber, res 21 Duryea. 
Manok Charles, cigarmkr L Dessauer & Co, res 244 W Main. 
Manok Crescencia (wid Simon), res 96 Ewing. 
Manok Edward J, clerk W H Fleming, bds 96 Ewing. 
Manok Miss Lena, seamstress, bds 96 Ewing. 
Manok Miss Rose, clerk, bds 96 Ewing. 
Manon Wm A, clerk Coombs & Co, res 186 W Jefferson. 
Manth Julius, sewing machine agent, res 332 E Wayne. 
Manuel Frances (wid Joseph), res e s Oliver 1 s of Greene. 
Manuel Julius P, canvasser White sewing machine, res 223 

W Jefferson. 
Manze Frederick, servant 99 E Jefferson. 
Maple Wm B, laborer, res 27 Brandriff. 
Marahrens Charles, laborer, res 26 John. 
Marchale Marie (wid Francois), res 81 Duck. 
Marchale Peter, gardener, res n s New Haven road 6 e of 

Wayne Trace. 
Marget Frank, laborer Bass F & M Works, res John. 
Marhenke Charles, laborer, bds 110 Madison. 
Marhenke Christian, engineer, res 110 Madison. 
Marhenke Frederick, shoemaker, res 147 High. 
Marhenke Henry F C, clerk, bds 110 Madison. 
Mariotte George, clerk Horace Mariotte, bds 13 W Columbia. 
Mariotte Horace, pawnbroker 13 W Columbia, res same. 
Mariotte Louisa (wid Joseph G), res 13 W Columbia. 
Marker Emma, cook City Hospital. 
Markey Albert C, harnessmaker A S Johns & Sons, bds 344 

Calhoun. 
Markey Ed J, Florist, Plants and Cut Flowers 113 and 

115 W Jefferson cor Ewing, res 109 W Jefferson. 
Markey George A, bkkpr Coombs & Co, bds 344 Calhoun. 
Markey Lawrence, res 344 Calhoun. 
Markey Richard F, bkkpr A C Trentman, res 293 Harrison. 



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FORT WAYNB DIKECTOEY. 281 

Markey Willis J, florist E J Markey, bds 109 W Jefferson. 

Markle Anton, laborer, res 78 Buchanan. 

Marks Mrs Margaret, housekeeper 121 E Main. 

Marks Simon, laborer, res 264 E Washington. 

Marks Rev S Feree, pastor 3d Presbyterian Church, res 187 
Griffith. 

Marlett Joseph, clerk, res 131 3d. 

Marquart Catherine (wid John), bds 59 W Washington. 

Marren Mrs Jane, bds 290 Calhoun. 

Marsh Joel B, engineer, res 244 W Creighton ave. 

Marsh John, maltster, res w s Spy Run ave nr brewery. 

Marshall Alida, domestic 167 Francis. 

Marshall Miss Delia, dressmaker, res 204 Francis. 

Marshall Peter, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 228 Lafayette. 

Martin Alexander, grocery and saloon 37 W Main, bds 74 
same. 

Martin Alois, laborer, res 22 Allen. 

Martin Anna M (wid Lombard), res 206 W Washington. 

Martin Anthony, clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds 206 W Wash- 
ington. 

Martin August, laborer, res 85 Barthold. 

Martin Christian, laborer, res 26 Dubois. 

Martin Daniel, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 57 Charles. 

Martin Daniel C, mach hand N G Olds & Sons, bds 57 Charles. 

Martin Dennis, laborer, bds 58 Prince. 

Martin Dierich, laborer, res 57 Wilt. 

Martin Edward, teamster, res 307 E Washington. 

Martin Ella (wid Bernard), res 52 Baker. 

Martin Emma, domestic 237 W Berry. 

Martin Emmett T, machinist, bds 359 Hanna. 

Martin Frederick, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, res 28 West. 

Martin Henry W, clerk Root & Co, bds 57 Wilt. 

Martin Ida, domestic 262 W Berry. 

Martin Jacob, laborer John Wilson & Co, bds 72 E Main. 

Martin Jane (wid Francis H), res 115 W Superior. 

Martin John G, millwright Bass F & M Works, bds 359 Hanna. 

Martin Miss Lizzie, dressmaker, bds 206 W Washington. 

Martin Louis, clerk J B White, bds 225 Broadway. 

Mai-tin Michael I, machinist, bds 359 Hanna. 

Martin Nester L, clerk Alexander Martin, bds 74 W Main. 

Martin Richard, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, bds 57 Wilt. 

Martin Miss Sophie, bds 57 Wilt. 

Martin Terence, foreman Bass F & M Works, res 359 Hanna. 

Martin Thomas, feeder newspaper Union, bds 52 Baker. 

Martin Victor, mason, res 144 Pritchard. 

Martin Wni, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res :<7 Williams. 

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Martin Wm, housemover 225 Broadway, res same. 

Martin Wm W, clerk Owen, Pixley & Co, bds 34 W Superior. 

Martz Christian, physician 13 W Jefferson, res same. 

Masbaum Anthony, carp P, F W & C Ry, re.s 177 Madison. 

Masbaum Catherine (wid Herman), bds 276 E Wayne. 

Masbaum George, clerk H C Paul, res 276 E Wayne. 

Masel Martin, fireman Ranke, Yergens & Co, res 162 Huffman, 

Maser Andrew, laborer, res 7 Clark. 

Mason Charles, conductor G R & I R R, bda- 1 Railroad. 

Mason John F, carpenter, res 106 Oakley. 

Mason Lewis J (Hartman & Mason), res 202 W Wayne. 

Mason Richard, watchman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 42 W 

Main. 
Masonic Temple, n e cor E Wayne and Clinton. 
Mast Lewis, barber J J Kinsey, bds 152 Barr. 
Masterson Ellis H, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 163 E Jefferson. 
Match Catherine (wid Wm), res 82 Montgomery. 
Mathess David, conductor, res 8 Lavina. 
Mathews John, yardman Mayer House. 

Matott Charles, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds Sallier House. 
Matsch Henry C, wood machinist P, F W & C Ry, bds 191 

Hanna. 
Matsch J Christopher, timekeeper Bass F & M Works, res 152 

Force. 
Matter Jeremiah, laborer, bds 225 Calhoun. 
Mattern Christian, spoketurner Boseker, White & Co, bds 26 

Dubois. 
Mattes Jacob, laborer, bds 69 Force. 
Mattes Nicholas, laborer, res 69 Force. 
Matthew Joseph, laborer, res 222 Lafayette. 
Mauch John, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 6 Kansas. 
Mauk Francis M, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res s s Maud 

1 w of Holton ave. 
Maurer Casper, molder Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds Thomas 

Caffrey. 
Maurer Jacob, bartender Berghoff Bros, res 499 E Washing- 
ton. 
Maurer Jacob ji-, laborer, bds Jacob Maurer. 
Max Frank J, boilermaker Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 130 

Wilt. 
Maxfield Charles, collarmaker, res s e cor Mauraee road and 

Glasgow ave. 
Maxwell John B, cutter, res 308 W Washington. 
May Mary, domestic 11 Grand. 
Mayer, see also Maier, Meier and Meyer. 
Mayer Carl F, physician 96 Barr, res 105 same. 

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Mayer Charles, clerk August Huxoll, bds 90 Barr. 

Mayer George J E, Propr Mayer House s e cor Cal- 
houn and Wayne, res same. 

Mayer Gottlieb, laborer, res 24 Clark. 

Mayer House, G J E Mayer propr, s e cor Calhoun and 
Wayne. 

Mayer Jacob, saloon 6 Force, res 8 same. 

Mayer Joseph M, pictures and frames 142 Calhoun, res same. 

Mayer Julia (wid Andrew), res 29 W Wayne. 

Mayer Lawrence, frame maker, res 47 E Jefferson. 

Mayer Miss Mary S, tailoress B Kramer, bds 47 E Jefferson. 

Mayers Louis, tailor 138 Harrison, res same. 

Mayland Henry, teamster Rhinesmith & Simonson, bds 236 W 
Washington. 

Mayland Mary (wid Frederick), res 236 W Washington. 

Mayle Edward, bds 102 E Jefferson. 

Mayle John, teacher St Mary Boys' School, res 102 E Jeffer- 
son. 

Mazarin John B, bds 254 E Lewis. 

Meads Zachariah, brakeman, rooms 292 E Wayne. 

Meagan Michael G, brakeman, bds 8 Bass. 

Mechan Joseph, mason, bds Washington House. 

Medsker Isaac N, trav agent J M Yohey, bds 32 Williams. 

Medsker James R, machinist, res 68 Oakley. 

Medsker John H (Balchelder & Medsker), res 159 E Wayne. 

Meegan Charles J, clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds 20 Bracken- 
ridge. 

Meegan Mary, domestic Aveline House. 

Meegan Thomas, clerk P, F W & C Ry, res 20 Brackenridge. 

Meehan Charles F, spoke turner N G Olds & Sons, bds 92 
Fairfield ave. 

Meehan James, res 92 Fairfield ave. 

Meehan James P, polisher Boseker, White & Co, bds 241 E 
Washington. 

Meehan John M, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 241 E 
Washington. 

Meehan Mary (wid Lawrence), bds 87 E Jefferson. 

Meehan Mary F, seamstress, bds 241 E Washington. 

Meehan Michael, filer N G Olds & Sous, res 241 E Washing- 
ton. 

Mehl George, mach C L Olds & Co, bds 289 E Wayne. 

Mehl John, res 298 E Wayne. 

Mehl Miss Sarah, dressmaker, bds 298 E Wayne. 

Mehling John, paper hanger, res 57 W Superior. 

Mehre Henry H, bartender, bds 191 E Lewis. 

Meier, see also JIaier, Mayer and Meyer. 

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Meier Augusta, domestic 99 E Jefferson. 

Meier Christina (wid Bernard), bds 20 W Jefferson. 

Meier Franz, machinist, res 98 Harrison. 

Meier Herman H, lab Bass F & M Works, res 257 Hanna. 

Meier Minnie, domestic 23 Madison. 

Meier Wm, tailor Charles Kruse, bds same. 

Meier Wm, tailor, bds 35 Elm. 

Meier Wm, teamster, bds 103 Erie. 

Meier Wm G, machine hand P, F W & C Ry, res 28 Hood. 

Meierding Catherine (wid Christian), res 420 E Wayne. 

Mein Miss Mary, tailoress, bds 180 E Wayne. 

Meinzen Henry, tailor, res 25 Maumee road. 

Meinzen Henry W, clerk F J Miller, bds Wm Meinzen. 

Meinzen Wm, sexton German Lutheran cemetery, res same. 

Meiser Mrs Cora A, retoucher, bds 86 E Main. 

Meiser Jacob, teamster, res 172 Greeley. 

Meister Henry, laborer Bass F & M Works, res s s Hugh 2 e 

of Francis. 
Melching Mrs Charlotte, bds 41 High. 

Melching Wm A, harnessmaker 20 N Calhoun, res 41 High. 
Mellin John P, paperhanger, res 19 Grand. 
Mellinger Christopher, teamster J P Tinkham, res Putnam. 
Mellinger Julia (wid Jacob), res 201 E Jefferson. 
Mellinger Lizzie, teacher Clay School, bds 201 E Jefferson. 
Mellinger Wayne, clerk, bds 201 E Jefferson. 
Melsheimer Lewis, printer Ft Wayne Sentinel, bds 265 E 

Washington. 
Melsheimer Louis, printer, bds 265 E Washington. 
Melsheimer Shaphet D, printer Ft Wayne Sentinel, res 265 

Washington. 
Melzer Herman, laborer P, F W & C Ry, bds 98 Montgomery. 
Mendenhall Isaac, engineer G R Bickford & Co, res 380 E 

Washington. 
Menefee Charles N, molder Bass F & M Works, res n w cor 

Thomas and Emily. 
Mennebrecker Matilda (wid Henry), res 149 Water. 
Mennewisch Eberhard, helper, res 200 E Lewis. 
Mennewisch Edward, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 200 E Lewis. 
Mennewisch Frederick, carpenter P, F W & C Py, res 178 

Barr. 
Mennewisch Frederick W, maoh, bds 178 Barr. 
Mennewisch Henry, teamster, res 289 Hanna. 
Mennewisch Henry, boilermaker, res 289 Hanna. 
Mennewisch Henry A, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 178 Barr. 
Mensch Franklin P, driver Adams Ex Co, res 22 Baker. 
Mentze Frederick, laborer, res 329 E Lewis. 



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Mentze Frederick jr, laborer, res 329 E Lewis. 

Menze Dina (wid Henry), res 198 E Lewis. 

Menze Frederick, coremaker Bass F & M Works, bds 5 Sum- 
mit. 

Menze Wm, tailor, res 338 E Washington. 

Menze Wm, laborer P, F W & C Ry, bds 5 Summit. 

Merchant Harry, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds Sallier 
House. 

Meredith Miss Cansada, music teacher 229 W Jefferson, bds 
same. 

Meredith Rev Yancy B, pres elder M E Church, res 329 W 
Jefferson. 

Mergel Frederick, clerk, bds 94 W Main. 

Mergel Martin T, drug clerk, bds 94 W Main. 

Mergel Reinhard, cigars 17 W Main, res 94 same. 

Mergentheim Alexander, millinery, notions and fancy goods 
n w cor Calhoun and Main, res 47 W Berry. 

Mergentheim Miss Josephine, clerk A Mergentheim, res 47 W 
Berry. 

Merget Frank, laborer, bds e s John 4 s of Creighton ave. 

Merica Noah, carp, res s s Mauraee road 3 e of Glasgow ave. 

Merillat Joseph P, clerk W H Miller, res 131 W 3d. 

Merillet John, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 46 Boone. 

Meriwether Frank, bds 115 E Berry. 

Meriwether James R, mileage clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds 115 
E Berry. 

Meriwether Martha A (wid James B), res 115 E Berry. 

Merlit Mathew, carder French, Hanna & Co, res 32 Oak. 

Merrigan Jennie (wid Martin), dressmaker, res 243 W Wash- 
ington. 

Merrill Burton, bartender Boltz & Beebe, bds Fleming House. 

Merritt Charles, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry. 

Merritt George W, brickmaker Joseph Fremion, bds same. 

Merz Albert, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 55 W DeWald. 

Merz Kate, domestic 142 Montgomery. 

Merz Louis (Zoeller & Merz), res 39 Pine. 

Merz Matilda, domestic 95 E Berry. 

Merz Nicholas, carp P, F W & C Ry, res 125 W DeWald. 

Merz Peter, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 196 E Lewis. 

Merz Theodore, coremaker Bass F ife M Works, res 37 Pine. 

Merz Wm J, clerk Coombs & Co, bds 196 E Lewis. 

Messer Miss Nettie A, clerk S M Foster, bds 98 Ewing. 

Messerschmidt John M, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 237 
Barr. 

Messman Rev Anthony, pastor St Peter's German Catholic 
Church, res s e cor Warsaw and DeWald. 

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.A-t Xjo-vsrest 'Prices at 
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Messman Josephine, housekeeper Rev A Messman, bds s e cor 

Warsaw and DeWald. 
Metcalf Flora (wid Charles), bds 133 Holman. 
Metcalf Miss Mary, bds 72 Madison. 
Metcalf Samuel C, physician n w cor Calhoun and Columbia, 

res 109 W Superior. 
Metcalfe Frederick, clerk W E Griffiths, bds 121 W Superior. 
Metcalfe John, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 161 Gay. 
Methley John, res 383 E Wayne. 
Metker Bernard, mason, res s s Main 1 e of Coombs. 
Mettey Elizabeth, laundress Troy Steam Laundry, res 50 Pearl. 
Mettey Louisa, clerk Troy Steam Laundry, bds 50 Pearl. 
Mettler Bernai-d, cigarmkr Louis Bender, bds Peter Mettler. 
Mettler Mathias, res w s Spy Run ave. 
Mettler Mathias jr, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, rooms 

72 W Main. 
Mettler Peter laborer C L Centlivre, res w s Spy Run ave 

opp Rivei'side ave. 
Mettler Peter, riveter Boseker, White & Co, bds 15 Oak. 
Metz Henry, foreman, bds 191 Hanna. 
Metz Jacob, butcher Fred Eckart, bds Washington House. 
Metz Joseph, carpenter, res 25 Pine. 
Metzger Elizabeth (wid Andrew), res 50 E Berry. 
Metzger George, engineer, res 106 E Main. 
Metzger Harry M, deputy county clerk, bds 50 E Berry. 
Metzger Henry, laborer, bds 359 E Washington. 
Metzger James R, machine hand P, F W & C Ry, res 68 

Oakley. 
Metzger John, laborer Bass F & M Works, res e s Schick bet 

E Washington and Maumee road. 
Metzger Joseph, plasterer, res 359 E Washington. 
Metzner Etta, domestic 44 W Washington. 
Metzner Jasper, conductor G R & I R R, res 358 Hanna. 
Metzner Lafayette, brakeman G R & I R R, bds 358 Hanna. 
Meyer, see also Mcder, Mayer mid Meier. 
Meyer Amanda (wid Ernst), res rear 213 Lafayette. 
Meyer Ann, laundress, bds 87 Barthold. 
Meyer Anne M (wid John), bds 443 E Wayne. 
Meyer August, res 200 E Jefferson. 
Meyer Augusta, domestic 99 E Jefferson. 
Meyer Barbara, laundress Troy Steam Laundry, bds 87 Bar- 
thold. 
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Meyer Bruno, molder Bass F & M Works, res 12T Gay. 

Meyer Charles, laborer, res 71 Wilt. 

Meyer Charles, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 149 Ewing. 

Meyer Charles F W, Principal Fort Wayne Conserva- 
tory of Music, res s s of Pontiac 3 e of Hoagland ave. 

Meyer Christian F G (Meyer Bros & Co), res St Louis, Mo, 

Meyer Conrad E, night watchman, res 91 Force. 

Meyer Diedrich, deputy city marshal, res 25 W Wayne. 

Meyer Dietrich, carpenter, res 190 E Lewis. 

Meyer Elizabeth (wid Wm), res 365 E Lewis. 

Meyer Emma, clerk H Kratzsch, bds 51 Maumee ave. 

Meyer Ernst H, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 310 flarrison. 

Meyer Miss Etta, milliner, bds 100 Harrison. 

Meyer Frank, gunsmith M G Lade, res 98 Harrison. 

Meyer Frank H, blacksmith 10 N Calhoun, res 7Q W Wash- 
ington. 

Meyer Frederick, tailor, res 99 Wilt. 

Meyer Frederick, carp P, F W & C Ry, res 190 E Lewis. 

Meyer Frederick, sheetiron worker P, F W & C Ry, res 365 
E Lewis. 

Meyer Frederick, bds C F W Meyer. 

Meyer Frederick E, coUarmaker Anne Racine, res 38 4th. 

Meyer Frederick H, bartender F X Goodman, res 435 
Lafayette. 

Meyer Frederick J, res s 8 Pontiac 2 w of Webster. 

Meyer F Charles, machinist Bass F & M Works, res e s Force 
bet E Creighton ave and Pontiac. 

Meyer George, laborer, res 87 Barthold. 

Meyer George M, molder Bass F & M Works, res 218 E 
Jefferson. 

Meyer Henry, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 272 Hanna. 

Meyer Henry, tailor B Kramer, bds 274 E Lewis. 

Meyer Henry, truckman P, F W & C Ry, bds 16 McClellan. 

Meyer Henry, whitewasher, res 53 Madison. 

Meyer Henry E, carpenter, res 310 Harrison. 

Meyer Henry F, blacksmith, res 76 W Washington. 

Meyer Henry J, cashier Meyer Bros & Co, bds 190 W Berry. 

Meyer Henry J jr, clerk Hoffman Bros, bds 100 Harrison. 

Meyer Henry W, draughtsman J F Wing & Co, bds 18 
Jones. 

Meyer Herman, laborer Bass F & M Works, bds 257 Hanna. 

Meyer John, mason, res 519 E Lewis- 
Meyer John F W (Meyer Bros & Co), res 22 W Washington. 

Meyer J Henry, Contractor and Builder 51 Maumee 
road, res same. 

Meyer J Henry E, packer Meyer Bros & Co, res 100 Harrison. 



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Meyer Lena, domestic 168 Griffith. 

Meyer Louis G, sawyer David Taglmeyer, res n e cor Harri- 
son and 4th. 

Meyer Mary, domestic 55 E Jefferson. 

Meyer Mary (wid Ernst), res 51 Maumee road. 

Meyer Minnie, domestic R A Bischoff. 

Meyer Theodore, plasterer, bds 58 Pritchard. 

Meyer Wm, clerk Wm D Meyer, bds same. 

Meyer Wm, tailor, res 396 E Wayne. 

Meyer 'Wm D, Dealer in Groceries, Provisions, Wines 
and Liquors 227 Lafayette, res same. 

Meyer Wm H, clerk Coombs & Co, bds 127 Gay. 

Meyer Wm H, harnessmkr 8 N Calhoun, bds 76 Washington. 

Meyer Wm H, machinist, res 18 Oak. 

Meyei'hofer John, sawyer Kilian Baker, res 173 W Superior. 

Meyers Miss Annie, bds 50 Chicago. 

Meyers Catherine (wid Frederick C), res 22 McClellari. 

Meyers Charles F F, clerk Root & Co, res 45 W Washington. 

Meyers Elizabeth (wid Frederick), bds 81 Brackenridge. 

Meyers Frederick, blacksmith, bds 183 E Lewis. 

Meyers Frederick, teamster Moderwell & Clayton, res 73 N 
Cass. 

Meyers Frederick, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 15 John. 

Meyers Frederick H, bartender F X Goodman, res 435 S La- 
fayette. 

Meyers Frederick jr, laborer Bass F & M Works, bds 15 John. 

Meyers Frederick W, molder Bass F & M Works, res 397 
Hanna. 

Meyers George, laborer, bds 109 Holman. 

Meyers George J, barber Houppert & Jahr, bds 87 Spring. 

Meyers Henrietta, domestic 50 W Superior. 

Meyers Henry, flue welder P, F W & C Ry, res 81 Bracken- 
ridge. 

Meyers J Henry, res 183 E Lewis. 

Meyers Lizzie, domestic 23 Douglas ave. 

Meyers Lizzie, domestic 87 W Wayne. 

Meyers Louis, barber D Beninghoff, res 81 Brackenridge. 

Meyers Mary, domestic 58 Chicago. 

Meyers Mrs Mary, res 109 Holman. 

Meyers Michael, barber, bds 165 Ewing. 

Meyers Millie, domestic 203 W Jefferson. 

Meyers Minnie (wid Christian), res 47 W Washington. 

Meyei-s Nicholas, laborer C L Centlivre, bds Thomas Hunt. 

Meyers Sophie, housekeeper 397 Hanna. 

Meyers Wm, helper, bds 183 E Lewis. 

Michael Frederick, saloon 17 W Main, res same. 



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FANCY SUITINGS mUKI D A DIIC ^^ W. Berry Street, 
—A Specialty,— JUIIIN llADUo -FORT WAYNE- 

FOET WAYNE DIRECTORY. 289 

Michael Herman (Glutting, Bauer & Michael), res 349 W 
Jefferson. 

Michaelis Charles J, clerk E Shuman, res 297 W Jefferson. 

Michaels Adam, laborer, res 158 Taylor. 

Michaels George, laborer, bds 158 Taylor. 

Michalke August, cabinetmaker Peters' Box & Lumber Co, 
bds 66 Barthold. 

Michel Andrew, pressman Indiana Staats Zeitung, res 404 E 
Wayne. 

Michel Charles, clerk J B White, 1-es 78 W 5th. 

Michel Frank, laborer, res n s 5th 5 w of Wells. 

Michel George, wagonmaker A Vogely, res 517 E Lewis. 

Michel Lizzie, domestic 101 Mauraee road. 

Michel Wm, laborer, res Vordermark's addition e of limits. 

Michels Miss Annie, dressmaker, bds 26 W Superior. 

Mick Abraham C, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res s s Greene 
1 e of Thomas. 

Middendorf Bernhardt, mason, res 276 E Wayne. 

Miles Arthur, teamster, bds 83 W Washington. 

Miles Charles, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, res 221 W Wash- 
ington. 

Miles David, engineer, res 170 Huffman. 

Miles George, machinist F W Electric Light Co, bds Pennsyl- 
vania House. 

Miles May, domestic 203 W Wayne. 

Miller, see also Mueller. 

Miller Albert, cigarmaker George Reiter, bds 15 E Jefferson. 

Miller Albert, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds 205 Broadway. 

Miller Alvina (wid Charles T), res 94 Wilt. 

Miller Anastasia (wid Joseph), res 277 W Washington. 

Miller Andrew, contractor, res 72 Douglas ave. 

Miller Asenath (wid Wm), res 81 Wells. 

Miller August, clerk C H Miller, bds 24 W Main. 

Miller Barbara E (wid Robert), res w s Winter 1 s of Pontiac. 

Miller Casper (O'Rourke, Miller & Co), res 145 W Berry. 

Miller Cassius A, clerk J M Miller, rooms 46 W Wayne. 

Miller Catherine (wid John J), res 79 E Washington. 

Miller Charles, laborer, res n s 4th 2 w of Wells. 

Miller Charles, patternmkr Bass F & M Works, res 59 Charles. 

Miller Charles, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 205 Lafayette. 

Miller Charles, cook Custer House. 

Miller Charles A, laborer, res 232 W Washington. 

Miller Charles C, bds 200 E Washington. 

Miller Charles H, engineer W, St L & P Ry, bds 10 Lavina. 

Miller Charles H, Propr Sportsman's Headquarters 24 
W Main, res same. 

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Millei- Chauncey, painter L B Johns, bds 81 Wells. 

Miller Christian, grocer 59 Wells, res same. 

Miller Christian, laborer, res 153 W Main. 

Miller Christian, helper W, St L & P Ry, res s w cor Henry 

and S Broadway. 
Miller Christian, blacksmith, bds 31 Brandrifif. 
Miller Christian H, machinist, res 9 Force. 
Miller Christopher, helper H Freistoffer, bds 31 Brandriff. 
Miller Clara (wid Jacob), res 34 W Main. 
Miller Clement, brickmason P, F W & C Ry, res 38 Hendricks. 
Miller Clement E, lab Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 38 Hendricks. 
Miller Mrs Cora, bds n w cor Jefferson and Webster. 
Miller Cyrus W, dairyman, res s s Killea 1 w of Webster. 
Miller Daniel B, carpenter, bds Union House. 
Miller Daniel M (Miller & Moritz), res Aveline House. 
Miller Dell, brakeman, bds 33 Williams. 

Miller Edward, printer Ft W Daily News, bds 187 Lafayette. 
Miller Edward C, depot agent U S Ex Co, res 96 Wilt. 
Miller Edwin W, teamster J B White, res 29 Elm. 
Miller Eliza (wid Henry D), res 33 Williams. 
Miller Miss Elizabeth, bds 170 Greeley. 
Miller Emil N, engineer, res 48 Cass. 
Miller Ernst, boilermaker, res 49 Williams. 
Miller Ernst H, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 215 W Main. 
Miller Erwin, clerk B W Skelton, bds 79 E Washington. 
Miller Esther (wid James B), rooms 211 W Main. 
Miller Ethan A, dairyman, bds s s Killea 1 w of Webster. 
Miller Eva, domestic 89 W Superior. 
Miller Frank, teamster, bds w s Winter 1 s of Pontiac. 
Miller Frank, painter L B Johns, bds 81 Wells. 
Miller Frank, traveling agent, res e s Jackson 1 n of Berry. 
Miller Frank L, hostler Stapleford & Co, bds 73 E Berry. 
Miller Frederick, carpenter, res 36 Pritchard. 
Miller Frederick, helper, res 5 Force. 
Miller Frederick, laborer, bds 257 Hanna. 
Miller Frederick (Miller & Scheie), res 8 Summit. 
Jfliller Frederick J, Druggist 324 Lafayette, res same. 
Miller Frederick M, clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds 229 Lafayette. 
Miller Frederick T, sawyer Ranke, Yergens & Co, res 56 

Wells. 
Miller Frederick W, boxmaker, res 23 Brandriff. 
Miller George, clerk B W Skelton, res 187 Lafayette. 
Miller George, blacksmith W L Logan, bds 31 Brandriff. 
Miller George, patternmaker, bds 6 Gay. 
Miller George, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 212 Francis. 
Miller George, laborer Jacob Klett. 

I/AAO P» DOn Sell Majolica Ware and Hand-painted 
IVAAU 06 UnUi Plates, at No. 5 East Columbia Street. 



L/~\ TT T T T T Wall Paper and Decora- 
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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 



Miller George, laborer, bds 66 Chicago. 

Miller Gustave, wiper, res 49 Williams. 

Miller Harry, carriagemaker L B Johns, bds 275 E Jefferson. 

Miller Hattie, housekeeper 33 Brackenridge. 

Miller Henry, switchman new yard P, F W & C Ry. 

Miller Henry, clerk T F Thieme, bds 10 Lavina. 

Miller Henry, painter, bds 44 Williams. 

Miller Henry A, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds w s 

Fairfield ave s of organ factory. 
Miller Henry J, bookkeeper First National Bank, res 381 E 

Wayne. 
Miller Henry J, stenographer Coombs & Co, bds 38 Hendricks. 
Miller Henry N, cigarmaker H W Ortmann, bds 59 Butler. 
Miller Henry P, teamster Bass F & M Works, bds s e cor 

Pontiac and Lillie. 
Miller Herman, mason, res 71 Maumee road. 
Miller Herman W, car cleaner, res s w cor 4th and N Calhoun. 
Miller Ida, dressmaker, bds 198 Hanna. 
Miller Miss Ida M, bds John W Tracy. 
Miller Isaac, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 44 Williams. 
Miller Jacob C, chairmaker, res 408 E Wayne. 
Miller James B, carpenter, res 190 W Main. 
Miller Jennie, domestic 73 Dawson. 
Miller John, watchman, i-es 105 Broadway. 
Miller John, stripper C Wenninghoff, bds 31 Brandriff. 
Miller John, waiter W T Lamb, bds 16 W Main. 
Miller John A, truckman P, F W & CRy, res 143 W 

DeWald. 
Miller John C, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 38 Hendricks. 
Miller John H, mach P, F W & C Ry, res s e cor Marion 

and Bowser. 
Miller John H, baker Louis Fox, res 54 Elm. 
Miller John J, hoopmaker H Stephan & Co, res 408 E Wayne. 
Miller John M (Beaver, MiMer & Co), Furniture Mnfr 

and Dealer 50 & 52 E Main, res 52 E Jefferson. 
Miller Joseph, res 110 W Main. 
Miller Joseph, clerk W H Miller, bds 110 W Main. 
Miller Joseph, carpenter, bds 34 Huffman. 
Miller Joseph, bds 277 W Washington. 
Miller Joseph, turner Rhinesmith & Siraonson, bds 43 Nirdlin- 

ger ave. 
Miller Joseph A, propr Union House 49 W Main, res same. 
Miller Joseph A, molder Bass F & M Works, bds s w cor 

Winter and Pontiac. 
Miller Kate, dressmaker, bds 88 Madison. 
Miller Miss Lena, seamstress, bds 205 Lafayette. 



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Miller Lizzie, domestic 162 W Main. 

Miller Miss Lizzie, dressmaker, bds 277 W Washington. 

Miller Louis, coremaker Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, res 55 Wil- 
liams. 

Miller Louis, painter, res 125 N Cass. 

Miller Louis, mach P, F W & C Ey, bds 18 Marion. 

Miller Louis C, mach hand, bds 66 Chicago. 

Miller Martha (wid George), bds 1 Monroe. 

Miller Martin, baker H Niebergall, bds 201 E Washington. 

Miller Mary A (wid Xavier), res 6 Gay. 

Miller Mason M, freight clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds 117 Mad- 
ison. 

Miller May, domestic 39 W Lewis. 

Miller Michael, stock dealer, res 224 W Washington. 

Miller Nathaniel C, lawyer 75* Calhoun, res 275 E Jefferson. 

Miller Nicholas, laborer, res 296 E Washington. 

Miller Paul, teamster Wm Miller, res s w cor Lillie and 
Edgerton. 

Miller Peter, laborer, res 31 Brandriff. 

Hiller Philip, Grocery and Saloon 119 W Jefferson, res 
same. 

Miller Robert, switchtender P, F W & C Ry, bds 206 Francis. 

Miller Robert E, laborer, bds Union House. 

Miller Robert F, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, rooms 201 Cal- 
houn. 

Miller Miss Rose, tailoress B Kramer, bds 49 Madison. 

Miller Rosa, domestic 133 E Berry. 

Miller Samuel, clerk, res 251 E Washington. 

Miller Samuel W, mach hand P, F W & C Ry, bds 33 Wil- 
liams. 

Miller Seraphin, painter, res w s Oliver 5 s of Horace. 

Miller Sophia (wid Wm), res 305 Calhoun. 

Miller Theodore N, tinner W E Griffiths, res 94 Wilt. 

Miller Walter D, eugineep N Y, C & St L Ry, res 50 W 
Superior. 

Miller Wm, bender Louis Rastetter, res 191 Jackson. 
•Miller Wm (Miller & Bossier), res 200 E Washinton. 

Miller Wm, laborer, bds 12 Chicago. 

Miller W^ni, Brick Manufacturer e s Hanna s of limits, 
res nr same. 

Miller Win B, Agent The New White Sewing Machine, 
and Supplies for all Machines 19 W Berry, res 312 S 
Harrison. (*S'ee adv, p 85.) 

Miller Wm E, surveyor, bds 200 E Washington. 

Miller Wm F, lab Fort Wayne Gas Light Co, res n s N Y, C 
& St L Ry nr E Columbia. 

50 Pearl Street, is 
constantly putting 
in new machinery. 



TROY STEAM LAUNDRY, 



KORT WAYNi 



MILTON'S PLACE 

Established Sept. 8, 1874. 

Northeast Cor. Main and Calhoun Streets, 

No. 3 East Main St. and 39 Calhoun St. 

FORT WAYNE, IND. 




The Finest Brands ol Imported and Domestic 

ilNES, LfQUOflS 110 Oil 



Llways kept on hand and sold at the very lowest prices possible 



Makes as far as practicable Home Patronage a specialty. 



OPEN Spring and Summer Season from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. ; Fall and 
Winter Season, trom 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. 

AUGUST DEPPEN, Clerk. MILTON N. WEBBER, Propr. 



It. L. POLK 4 CO. 



MILTON'S PLACE 

Established Sept. 8, 1874. 

Northeast Cor. Main and Calhoun Streets, 

No. 3 East Main St. and 39 Calhoun St. 

FORT WAYNE, IND. 







The Finest Brands of Imported and Domestic 

Wines, Lipoei mo Ciomi 

Always kept on hand and sold at the very.lowest prices possible. 



Makes as far as practicable Home Patronage a specialty. 



AUGUST DEPPEN, Clerk, 



MILTON N. WEBBER, Propr. 



ArMc Ganaeits. 



-JOHN RABUS, — 

meHEST. UlllUliU UlillliUlllUi le west Berry St.,FOBIWmr£. 



FORT WAYNB DIRECTORY. 295 

Miller Wm G, bartender Ulrich Stotz, bds 23 E Main. 

miller Will H, Grocer 25 W Columbia, res 110 W Main. 

Miller Wm J, laborer, bds 18 Marion. 

Miller Wm J, wagoumaker, res 191 Jackson. 

Miller Wm L, teamster J H Cody, bds 54 Elm. 

miller & Bossier (Wm Miller, Henry H Bossier), Real 
Estate and Insurance 5 W Main. 

Miller &. Horitz (Daniel M Miller, John M Moritz), 
Proprs Aveline House. 

miller & Scheie (Frederick Miller, August Scheie), 
Contractors and Builders 8 Summit. {See adv,p 101.) 

Millet Wm C, bds 238 E Washington. 

Millhouse Samuel, tank builder P, F W «fe C Ry, res 9 Caro- 
line. 

Mills Alonzo S, division superintendent, res 263 W DeWald. 

Mills Henry A, blacksmith W, St L & P Ry, res 86 Chicago. 

Mills Horatio T, mach P, F VV & C Ry, res 281 W Washing- 
ton. 

Mills Theodore H, elk J A Scott, res e s St Mary's ave 4 n of 
Aboit. 

Mills Thomas, mach W, St L & P Ry, res 160 W DeWald. 

Mills Wm G, foreman N G Olds & Sons, bds w s Broadway 
2 s of Maple ave. 

miltOIl's Place, 39 Calhoun and 3 E Main. {See adv, 
opp.) 

Miltz Charles, lab, res s s New Haven road 1 w of toUgate. 

Minahan Martin, laborer, res 250 Broadway. 

Miner Byrum D, agt Ewing estate 91 W Main, res 62 Doug- 
lass ave. 

Miner George E, clerk, bds 62 McClellan. 

Miner George M D, conductor, res 39 Melita. 

Miner James M, laborer James Fox, res 364 Broadway. 

Miner Lizzie, cook S W Harmon. 

Miner Miss Mary, dressmaker, bds 364 Broadway. 

Miner Rurick, teamster Alex Muirhead & Co, res 51 Wall. 

Miner Wm E, clerk B D Miner, res 18 McClellan. 

Minerley Joseph, laborer, bds Owen Thompson. 

Minneker Ernest, carpenter, res 253 E Jefferson. 

Minor Hiram R, bds 169 Ewing. 

Minser Austin A, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 349 W Wash- 
ington. 

Minser George W, laborer Hoffman Bros, bds 349 W Wash- 
ington. 

Minser Hiram M, laborer Hoffman Bros, bds 349 W Wash- 
ington. 

Miracle Jason, clerk, bds 6 N Cass. 

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Mischo Catherine (wid Nicholas), res 33 Pritchard. 

Mischo Catherine (wid Michael), res 158 Broadway. 

Miske Daniel, laborer, res s e cor Gay and Thomasetta. 

Miske Emily, bds s e cor Gay and Thomasetta. 

Misner Christopher, clerk Charles Kohn, bds same. 

Misner Clarence E, machine hand Rhinesmith & Simonson, 

bds 311 Lafayette. 
Misner George W, paperhanger, res 114 Chicago. 
Misner Jacob, laborer Hoffman Bros, i-es 172 Greely. 
Misner James A, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 311 Lafayette. 
Misner Seymour A, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res n w cor 

Julia and Holton ave. 
Mitchel James, propr Fort Wayne Dispatch, rooms 13 E 

Main. 
Mitchell Frank, laborer, bds 262 Calhoun. 
Mitchell John C, filemaker C C Keller, res 63 E Superior. 
Mitten E J, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 77 E Berry. 
Moderwell Hiram C (Moderwell & Studor), res 93 W Wayne. 
Ittoderwell Jay M, Coal and Wood s end of Wells St 

Bridge, rooms 50 W Superior. 
Moderw^ell & Studor (Hiram C Moderwell, Jerome J 

Studor), Carpets and House Furnishings 26 E Berry. 
Moeller Ernst, laborer, res 215 W Main. 
Moeller Herman, car cleaner F W, C & L R R, res s w cor 

Calhoun and 4th. 
Moellering August, tailor Fred Harding, bds 33 Madison. 
Moellering Henry, mach P, F W & C Ry, res 33 Madison. 
Moellering Henry F, clerk Wm Moellering & Son, bds 120 

Montgomery. 
Moellering Pauline, domestic 316 E Jefferson. 
moellering Wm, Contractor and Builder, and Dealer 

in Lime, Plaster, Cement, etc 53 to 59 Murray, res 120 

Montgomery. {Seeadv,p 67.) 
Moellering Wm F (Wm Moellering & Son), res 37 Madison. 
Moerlling Wm L, druggist 113 E Lewis, res 164 Lafayette. 
Moellering Wm & Son (Wm and Wm F), grocers 215 and 

217 Lafayette. 
Moering August, laborer, res 192 Montgomery. 
Moering George W, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res 88 Las- 

selle. 
Moering Henry, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 181 Monroe. 
Moering Henry E, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 181 Monroe. 
Moering Jane, domestic C S Knight. 
Moering Maggie, domestic C S Knight. 

HofTat Rev David W, D D, Pastor First Presbyte- 
rian Church, res 144 E Berry. 



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the CITY OF FOKT WAYNE, 



FOKT WAYNE DIEECTOKY. 297 

Mohl Miss Louisa, bds 211 Madison. 

Mohl Philip, clerk, bds 211 Madison. 

Mohr John, bds John Mobr jr. 

Mohr John jr, cashier The Hamilton National Bank, res s w cor 

Clinton and Washington. 
Mohr Louis, Dealer in Domestic Sewing Machines and 

Paper Patterns 64 E Columbia, res same. 
Mohring Wm, tailor J G Thieme & Bro, bds 200 E Lewis. 
Molitor Adam, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res w s Hanna 1 s 

of Pontiac. 
Molitor Anna (wid Leonhart), res 381 Lafayette. 
Moll John, laborer N Leonard & Son, res n s Deveuger ave e 

of limits. 
Molnotski Christopher, helper Bass F & M Works, res w s 

Hanna nr Pontiac. 
Moloney Michael, laborer, res 8 e cor Thomas and Grant. 
Mommer Benjamin H, dental student E F Sites, bds 133 W 

Main. 
Mommer John, truckman, res 174 E Lewis. 
Mommer John W, molder, bds 133 W Main. 
Mommer Joseph jr, county recorder, office court house, res 

133 W Main. 
Mommer J Franklin, deputy county recorder, bds 133 W 

Main. 
Mommer Louis, molder Bass F & M Works, res 180 E Lewis. 
Mommer Wm, molder, bds 174 E Lewis. 
Monahan Dennis (Golden & Monahan), res 65 E Jefferson. 
Monahan Ellen (wid Daniel), bds 6 Kansas. 
Monahan John, laborer N T, C & St L Ry, res 37 Breck. 
Monahan John J, boilermaker W, St L «fc P Ry, res 102 

Webster. 
Mondt Wm, laborer, res s w cor Aboit and St Mary's av.e. 
Mong George E, painter, res 99 W Superior. 
Monnier Francois, laborer, res 31 Duck. 
Monnier Seraphin, laborer, res 27 Duck. 
Kf onning Henry, Real Estate and Insurance 24 Clinton, 

res 143 E Wayne. 
Monning Henry jr, bookkeeper J B Monning & Co, bds 143 

E Wayne. 
Monning John B (J B Monning & Co), res 61 Lafayette. 
Monilill^^ J B & Co (Jolin B Monning, August C 

Trentman), Proprietors Fort Wayne Spice Mill and Globe 

Flour Mill 73 and 75 E Columbia. 
Monnock Adam, spoketurner N G Olds & Sons, bds 175 

W Washington. 
Monock Lena, shirtmaker G S Fowler. 



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, IMPERIAL PLOWS. 



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Monroe Anna (wid Wm), res s e cor Franklin ave and Aboit. 
Monroe Mrs Elizabeth, boarding house 12 (Chicago. 
Montgomery Emma (wid Wm), bds 181 Fairfield ave. 
Montgomery Fernando W, machinist Bass F & M Works, bds 

69 Grand. 
Montgomery Noah, finisher N G Olds & Sons, res 29 Hough. 
Moohl Philip, clerk Doehrmann & Hitzemann, bds 211 E 

Madison. 
Mooney Flora (wid Wm), res 106 Madison. 
Mooney John, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 275 E Lewis. 
Mooney John P, laborer Robert Ogden, res 102 Webster. 
Moore Albert U, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds 27 St 

Martins. 
Moore Charles, switchman P, F W & C Ry, bds 5 Railroad. 
Moore Charles E, bds 27 St Martins. 

Moore David H, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 27 St Martins. 
Moore Edward, laborer, bds 406 Calhoun. 
Moore George, brakeman, bds 44 McClellan. 
Moore George W, spokefitter N G Olds & Sons, bds 69 

Dawson. 
Moore George W, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, res 365 W 

Main. ' 

Moore John, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 301 Calhoun. 
Moore John W, engineer Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds W L 

Lambert. 
Moore Margaret (wid John), res 406 Calhoun. 
Moore Mary H (wid Thomas), bds 69 Dawson. 
Moore Millard E, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, rooms Dris- 

coll Hall. 
Moore Nathan, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res 168 Bracken- 
ridge. 
Moore Samuel C, conductor G R & I R R, res 44 McClellan. 
Moore Miss Sarah, tailoress, bds 168 Brackenridge. 
Moore Thomas, brakeman, bds 31 Hough. 
Moore Thomas W, traveling agent S Pennock & Sons Co, 

rooms 38 Brackenridge. 
Moore Wm H, foreman, res 69 Dawson. 

Moran Miss Maggie A, forewoman G S Fowler, bds 238 Cal- 
houn. 
morail Peter A, Ice Dealer 201 E Wayne. {See adv, 

p 69.) 
Moran Rose (wid Eli), res 189 E Wayne. 
Moran Wm J, laborer, res n s Boon 1 e of Mechanic's. 
Mordhurst Henry W, druggist 66 Calhoun, rooms same. 
Morehouse Horace B, salesman N B Young, bds 220 W Wash- 
ington. 



Of ewry description. II. 
C. GKAFFE, Coriier Cal- 
hoan and Columbia Sts. 



TliefiestlstliiiGliiiagiist 



JOHN BABUS, Irtistlc Tailor, 

16 West Berry Street, FOBT WATNE. 



FOKT WAYNB DIEECTOEY. 299 

Morel Frank, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 212 Hanna. 

Morell Henry, clerk C Sehiefe? & Son, res 246 Broadway. 

Morgan Elmer E, foreman Ft Wayne Daily News, bds 184 
E Jefferson. 

Morgan George W, painter, res 184 E Jefferson. 

Morgan Josepli P, baggagemaster, res 77 Hoagland ave. 

Morgan Oliver H, clerk Morgan & Beach, bds 40 E Wash- 
ington. 

Morgan Oliver P (Morgan & Beach), res 40 E Washington. 

Morgan «& Beach (Oliver P Morgan, Frederick Beach), 
Jobbers of Hardware 19 and 21 E Columbia. {See top 
lines.) 

Morganthaler Peter (Peter Morganthaler & Co), res 141 W 
Wayne. 

Morganthaler Peter & Co (Peter Morganthaler, Mrs Julia M 
Nirdlinger), clothing 5 e Main and .33 Calhoun. 

Moring John, res 126 E Creighton ave. 

Moring John jr, helper Bass F & M Works, res 120 E Creigh- 
ton ave. 

Moring Maggie, domestic 13.3 E Berry. 

Moritz Elizabeth (wid Peter), bds 79 W Berry. 

Moritz Harry L, bds 79 W Berry. 

Moritz John M (Miller & Moritz"), res 79 W Berry. 

Morris Coulter, laborer, bds Clifton House. 

Morris Edward J, switchman W, St L & P Ry, res n s Hay- 
den 2 w of McCulloch. 

Morris George W, deputy county treasurer, res 400 E Wayne. 

Morris John, teamster Alexander Muirhead & Co, bds Clifton 
House. 

Morris John, lawyer, res n s Maple ave 2 w of Broadway. 

Morris John jr, bds John Morris. 

Morris Louis W, mason, res 317 W Washington. 

Morris Samuel Jj (Coombs, Bell & Morris), res 332 Washing- 
ton. 

Morris Samuel M, clerk A S Lanferty & Co, bds 91 Barr. 

Morris Stephen bookkeeper Ft Wayne National Bank, res s w 
cor Jefferson and Van Buren. 

Morris Wm, plater J S Schild, bds 132 Wells. 

Morris Wm D, brakeman P, F W & St L Ry, bds New Yard 
House. 

Morris Wm P, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry. 

Morrison Edward A, molder Bass F & M Works, res 178 
Hanna. 

Morrison Henry, fireman, bds 16 Madison. 

Morrison Miss Rose, dressmaker, res 204 Ewing. 

Morsch John, brewer C L Centlivre, res canal bank nrbrewerv. 



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Morse Frank, machinist, bds 43 Lavina. 

Morton Louisa A (wid Samuel W), bds 224 E Jefferson. 

Morvilius Elizabeth (wid Jacob), res 84 Calhoun. 

Morvilius Frank W, cigarmaker W A Foote, res 77 Calhoun. 

Morvilius Jacob, bartender A Dukeman, res 3.3 W Jefferson. 

Mosbaugh Louis P H, mngr C D Porter, res 108 Fairfield ave. 

Moser John, grocer, bds Christian Greibel. 

Moser John G, laborer, bds 116 DeWald. 

Moser Rose, domestic 12 Wilt. 

Moser Stephen, machine hand Boseker, White & Co, bds 320 

E Washington. 
Moses Benjamin H, clerk A S Lanferty & Co, bds 60 WMain. 
Moses John G, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 26 W DeWald. 
Mosher Stephen, laborer, bds 320 E Washington. 
Mosier George, engineer G R & I R R, res 148 E Lewis. 
Mosier John (J Certia & Co), rooms 116 Wells. 
Mosiman Eliza, domestic 99 E Lewis. 
Moss Kate, domestic 228 Farfield ave. 

Moss Martin H, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 6 Kansas. 
Mosshammer Mrs Bertha, midwife, res 84 E Wayne. 
Mosshammer Gustav, bartender E W Lindemann, res 84 E 

Wayne. 
Mosshammer Gustav, molder, res 140 Barr. 
Mosshammer Jacob, coremaker Bass P & M Works, bds 

84 E Wayne. 
Mosshammer John M, laborer Bass F & M Works, bds 84 E 

Wayne. 
Mossman Wm E, lumberman, res 330 W Washington. 
Motherwell John E, carpenter Cochrane & Humphrey, res w 

end 4th. 
Motherwell Wm P, teamster Cochrane & Humphrey, bds w 

end 4th. 
Motsch Frederick, saloon 28 W Main, res same. 
Mottinger Simon, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res n e cor 

Burgess and DeGroff. 
Motz George, tailor 10 Harrison, res 40 2d. 
Mounsier Nelson D, elk S W Harmon, bds 278 Calhoun. 
Jfloiinits Edmund P, Restaurant and Boarding House, 

257 Calhoun, res same. 
JHCowatt lil^Ill, Mason, res n e cor E Main and Begue. 
Moyer Andrew K, bookkeeper Ft Wayne Jenney Electric 

Light Co, bds 33 Brackenridge. 
Moynihan Andrew J, editor Ft Wayne Sentinel, bds 236 

Broadway. 
Moynihan Martin, flagman W, St L & P Ry, res 451 S Broad- 
way. 

VAAPX/ DRn Sell CHANDELIERS and Fancy Table 



Lamps, at No. 5 East Columbia Street. 



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FORT WAYNE DIEBCTOET. 



Mudge Jeremiah C, carpenter, res 112 DeWald. 

Mudge John A, carpenter, bds 112 DeWald. 

Muehlfeith Charles, bartender, res 40 Wells. 

Muehlfeith John, tailor 40 Wells, res same. 

Mueller, see also Miller. 

Mueller George F, patternmaker Bass F & M Works, res 

6 Gay. 
Mueller Nicholas, car repairer P,F W C Ry, res 296 E Wash- 
ington. 
Mueller Polycarp, cabinetmaker G R Bickford & Co, bds 320 

E Washington. 
Mueller Seraphin, coremaker Bass F and M Works, res 30 

Oliver. 
Mueller Wm, brickmaker, bds w s Calhoun 6 sof Pontiac. 
Muhlenbruch Charles, clerk Carnahan, Hanna & Co, res 219 

E Jefferson. 
Muhlenbruch Diedrich, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 213 E 

Jefferson. 
Muhlenbruch Gottreich, salesman Carnahan, Hanna & Co, res 

30 W Washington. 
Muhlenbruch Henry, laborer, bds 73 Wilt. 
Muhlenbruch Sophie, domestic 170E Jefferson. 
Muhlenbruch Wnl, wagonmaker Fleming Mnfg Co, res 51 St 

Mary's ave. 
Muhler Charles F, cornice works 20 E Columbia, res 166 W 

Wayne. 
Muhler Miss Kate, bds 166 W Wayne. 

Muirhead Alexander (Alex Muirhead & Co), res 505 Calhoun. 
milirhead Ale.\ & Co (Alexander Muirhead), Dealers in 

Coal and Wood 213 Calhoun. 
Muirhead Robina (wid Alexander), notions 201 Calhoun, bds 

53 Brackenridge. 
Mulcahy Richard, watchman, res w s Spy Run ave. 
Mulcahy Thomas, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds s w cor 

Thomas and Grant. 
MuldaT-y Andrew J, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res 44 Baker. 
Muldoney Elnora, domestic 262 Calhoun. 
Muldoon Miss Angeline, bds 280 E Lewis. 
Muldoon John, bds 280 E Lewis. 
Muldoon Margaret (wid Patrick), res 280 E Lewis. 
Muldowney Walter M, molder Kerr Murrry Mnfg Co, rooms 

27 Baker. 
Mulharen Thomas, engineer Hoffman Bros, res 16 Bass. 
Hull John H, Propr Mull's Hotel and Restaurant 2 and 

3 Railroad, res same. 
Mullah}^ Mrs Anna, res 1 7 Bass. 

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Mullahy Wm, lab Wm and J J Geake, bds Thomas Howley. 

Mullen George W, cashier Empire Line, bds Aveline House. 

Mullen Jesse, carriage trimmer L B Johns, bds 356 Calhoun. 

Mullen Lizzie, domestic 35 Buchanan. 

Muller Bruno, tailor, rooms 90 Hanna. 

Muller Mary J, domestic Ogden Pierce. 

Mumford Wm, clerk J B White, bds Wm Hall. 

Munch Frank E, helper, res n s E Lewis bet Ohio and Cedar. 

Munch John, barber 28 Wells, res 38 3d. 

Munch Philip, blacksmith City Carriage Works, bds 38 3d. 

Mungovan Thomas C, blacksmith W, St L & P Ry, res e s 
Calhoun 5 s of Leith. 

Mungoven Frank, cashier B W Skelton, rooms 20 Baker. 

Munson Charles A (Lillie & Munson), res 22 W Wayne. 

Murdoch Aloysius, waiter 29 E Main. 

Murphy Amos W, painter, res 150 E Wayne. 

Murphy Bernard, laborer A Hattersley & Son, bds 25 Duck. 

Murphy Dennis C, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res 7 Cole- 
rick. 

Murphy Edward, roadmaster N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 12 
Kansas. 

Murphy Edward, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 6 Kansas. 

Murphy Frank, mason, bds Washington House. 

Murphy George, gardener, res rear 11 Colerick. 

Murphy Jackson, cook W T Lamb, bds 63 W Superior. 

Murphy Johanna (wid Dennis), res 7 Colerick. 

Murphy John, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 237 Clay. ' 

Murphy John J, boilermaker W, St L & P Ry, res w s S 
Wayne ave 4 s of W Creighton ave. 

Murphy John R, clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds 237 Clay. 

Murphy Joseph W, tracklayer, res 9 Buchanan. 

Murphy Michael, engineer W,^t L & P Ry, res 159 Fair- 
field ave. 

Murphy Michael, fireman, P, F W & C Ry, bds 26 Holman. 

Murphy Michael, laborer, bds 171 Madison. 

Murphy Patrick, lab T W & W Ry, res New Haven, Ind. 

Murphy Patrick, laborer, res 26 Holman. 

Murphy Patrick, machhand N G Olds & Sons, bds 237 Clay. 

Murphy Seth, engineer, res 187 Madison. 

Murphy Thomas, handlemaker, bds 77 E Berry. 

Murphy Timothy, laborer, bds 171 Madison. 

Murphy Wm B, wagonmaker Olds' Wagon Works, bds 150 
E Wayne. 

Murray David, blacksmith Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, res 145 
Fairfield ave. 

Murray James F, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 148 E Lewis. 



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Murray Jane (wid Kerr), bds 141 W Berry. 

Murray John, cabinetmaker G R Bickford & Co, bds 264 E 

Washington. 
Murray Kerr Mntg Co, A D Cressler Manager, 

Founders and Machinists s e cor Calhoun and Wallace. 
Murray Stephen A, cook Globe restaurant, bds 63 3d. 
Musbaum Bernard, carpenter, res 254 E Jefferson. 
Musbaum Wm, bds 254 E Jefferson. 
Musgrove Edward, marbleworker Griebel, Wyckoff & Becker, 

bds W Main. 
Myers, see also Meyers. 
Myers Bros (Christian W and Frederick W), Proprs 

National Odorless Excavating Apparatus 66 Douglass ave. 
Myers Christian W (Myers Bros), res e s Harrison 3 n of 4th. 
Myers E Frank, contractor, res 100 Fairfield ave. 
Myers Ferdinand, policeman, res 165 Ewing. 
Myers Frank A, patternmaker Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 60 

Wilt. 
Myers Frederick W (Myers Bros), res 66 Douglass ave. 
Myers George, carpenter, res 60 Wilt. 
Myers George B, patternmaker Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, res 40 

Clay. 
Myers George S, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 109 Holman. 
Myers Henry, laborer, bds 66 Douglass ave. 
Myers Herschel S, physician 157 W Wayne, res same. 
Myers John, brakeman NY, C & St L Ry, bds Tremont House. 
Myers Leander, driver Citizens' Street Ry Co, res E Wash- 
ington. 
Myers Mary, domestic 385 Hanna. 

Myers P J Harry, clerk N Y, C & St L Ry, rooms 84 W Main. 
Myers Samuel, laborer, res w s Van Buren 1 s of St Mary river. 
Myers Wm, blacksmith P, F W & C Ry, res 98 Williams. 
Myers Wm H, physician 157 W Wayne, res same. 
Mygrant Isaac, laborer, res 389 W Main. 



IN- 

Nagel Frederick, storekeeper W, St L & P Ry, res 99 W Jef- 
ferson. 

Nagel Frederick C, mach P, F W & C Ry, res 79 W Jeffer- 
son. 

Nagel Joseph, blacksmith, 45 E Superior. 

Nagel Katie, domestic A H Hamilton. 

Nagel Louis J, clerk, bds 47 E Superior. 

Nagel Xavier, wagonmaker Chauvey Bros, res 45 E Superior. 

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Nahrwold Charles, plasterer, res 265 E Lewis. 

Nahrwold Christian, boilermaker Bass F & M Works, res liV 
E Lewis. 

Nahrwold Conrad, laborer P, F W & C Ry,re8 267 E Lewis. 

Nahrwold Conrad, carpenter, bds 25 Wilt. 

Nahrwold Diedrioh, carpenter Bass F & M Works, res 132 
Smith. 

Nahrwold Diedrich F W, laborer Bass F & M Works, bds 132 
Smith. 

Nahrwold Frederick C, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 25 Wilt. 

Nahrwold Henry, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 38 Force. 

Nahrwold Wm F, patternmaker Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, res 
29 Wilt. 

Nash Frederick E (Nash & Ellis), res 91 Madison. 

Nash Henry, blacksmith Olds' Wagon Works, res 314 La- 
fayette. 

Xash & Ellis (Frederick E Nash, Joseph D Ellis), Com- 
mission Dry Goods 25 W Main. 

Nathan Charles"(Charle8 Nathan & Co), res 188 W Berry. 

nratlian Charles & Co (Charles Nathan), Wholesale 
Wines and Liquors 21 W Main. 

Nathan Julius (Julius Nathan & Co), res 49 W Berry. 

Nathan Julius & Co (Julius Nathan, Max Rubin), 
Wholesale Wines and Liquors 25 W Main. 

Nave Frank E, hotel cor Walton ave and P, F W & C Ry. 

Nave George W, laborer, res w s Metz 1 n of W, St L & P Ry. 

Nave Miss Indiana, bds 31 Prince. 

Nave Wm G, spoketurner N G Olds & Sons, res 31 Prince. 

Neabur Henry, mach hand N G Olds & Sons, res 344 E Wayne. 

Neagel Martin, mach P, F W & C Ry, res 100 Wilt. 

Neal Charles F, mach P, F W & C Ry, res 165 Holman. 

Neal Ida, domestic 67 E Main. 

Neal Jacob H, ti-av agt Rogers, Lewis & Co, res Monticello, 
Ind. ,.. 

Neeb Catherine (wid George), res 54 Oakley. 

Neeb George, mach hand Ranka, Yergens & Co, bds 58 Oak- 
ley. 

Neeb John G, mach hand Ranke, Yergens & Co, bds 54 Oak- 
ley. 

Neeb Wm G, teamster Louis Fox, bds 54 Oakley. 

Neel Jamus, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, res 167 Jackson. 

Neelans Samuel, stonecutter Wm & J J Geeke, bds 42 W Main. 

Nees Henry C C, cabinetmaker P, Ft W & C Ry, res 28 
Schick. 

Neese Charles F, mach hand Olds' Wagon Works, res 36 Wall. 

Neff August, boilermaker P, F W & C Ry, res 323 W Main. 

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POET WAYNE DIKECTOEY. 



Neff Fredeiick, baker, res 284 E Jefferson. 

Nefif John H, farmer, bds s s W Main 1 e of F W, C & L R R. 

Neflf Mary M (wid George H), dressmaker, rooms 220 W 

Berry. 
Neff Rebecca (wid Enoch), res s s W Main 1 e of F W, C & 
LR R. 

Neher John V, polisher Boseker, White & Co, bds 12 Francis. 

Neher Joseph, polisher Boseker, White & Co, res 14 Francis. 

Neher Joseph, shoemaker Cregor King, res 12 Francis. 

Neher Julia, dressmaker Mrs G J Stier, bds 12 Francis. 

Neidhai't Joseph, blindmaker Rbinesmith & Simonson, res 62 
Madison. 

Neikirk Henry J, pres Standai-d Life Assn, bds The Robinson. 

Neireiter Casper B, harness 69 E Main, res 228 W Washing- 
ton. 

Neireiter Conrad, General Insurance Agent, Office and 
res 269 W Washington. 

Neireiter Maria (wid Courad), res 146 Broadway. 

Neise Frederick J, clerk W H Pyke, rooms 58 W Wayne. 

Neise James, trav agt Carnahan, Hanna & Co, rooms 58 E 
Wayne. 

Neiter Edward, coachman 137 W Wayne.. 

Neiter Frederick, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 168 Holman. 

Neizer Wm, tinner P, F W & C Ry, bds 20 W Jefferson. 

Nelligan John, res 23 W Lewis. 

Nelligan John F, mach P, F W & C Ry, res 23 W Main. 

Nelligan Michael F, mach W, St L & P Ry, res 58 Douglass. 

Nelson DeGroff, deputy sheriff, res 262 W Berry. 

Nelson Henry, action maker Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds Peter 
Peterson. 

Nelson Mark A, foreman Newspaper Union, bds 72 Bracken- 
ridge. 

Nelson Martin M, lab Olds' Wagon Works, res 313 Hanna. 

Nerhood John, with F D Paulus 58 E Columbia, res 106 W 
DeWald. 

Nermann Edward, grocer, bds 54 W Wayne. 

Nermann Juliana T (wid Herman), res 54 W Wayne. 

Nern Conrad, laborer, res s w cor Coombs and Cochrane. 

Nesbit Mrs Dell, res 27 E Main. 

Nesbit Isaac, teamster John Wilson & Co, bds 31 Hough. 

Nessel Miss Carrie M C, elk Louis Fox, bds 463 Lafayette. 

Nessel John A, lp,b N G Olds & Sons, bds 463 Lafayette. 

Nessel Michael, carp P, F W & C Ry, res 463 Lafayette. 

Nessler John, lab P, F W & C Ry, res s w cor Lafayette and 
Murray. 

Nestel Adolph G, shoemaker 113 E Lewis, bds 187 Lafayette. 



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Nestel Daniel, dry goods, res 241 W Creighton. 

Nestel Daniel jr, carpenter, res 130 Broadway. 

Nestel Edward P, painter 115 E Lewis, res w s Hanna s of 
Pontiac. 

Nestel Oscar "W, Dry Goods and Notions 130 Broadway, 
res 132 same. 

Nestel Philip, tanner, res 187 Lafayette. 

Nettelhorst Oscar, clerk P, F W & C Ry, res 131 W Wash- 
ington. 

Neu Joseph, brickmaker Wm Miller, res 110 Creighton ave. 

Neuenschwander Albert, pedler, bds 46 E Columbia. 

Neuenschwander Edward, clerk, bds 46 E Columbia. 

Neuenschwander Isaac M, saloon 46 E Columbia, res same. 

Neuenschwander Matilda, clerk A Mergentheim, bds 46 E 
Columbia. 

Neufpher Leonard, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 306 Harrison. 

Neuhaus Frank, laborer, bds 61 Huffman. 

Neuhaus Frank G, laborer, res 61 Huffman. 

Neuhaus Reinhard H, shoemaker Vordermark & Sons, res 137 
Wells. 

Neumann Matthew, bricklayer, res 42 Wallace. 

Neumann Papetta (wid Anton), res 92 Wilt. 

Neumann Wm, mach Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, i^s 62 Lillie. 

Neuroth Louis, foreman coppersmith W, St L & P Ry, res 
160 Taylor. 

Neuroth Miss Mary, bds 160 Taylor. 

Neirconier Christian, Saloon n w cor Calhoun and 
Chicago, res 175 Griffith. 

Newell Agnes, teacher Hoagland School, bds 139 Fairfield ave. 

Newell Charles D, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 79 Doug- 
lass ave. 

Newell Miss Cora M, clerk A C Keel, bds 79 Douglass ave. 

Newell George W, seal inspector P, F W & C Ry, bds 79 
Douglass ave. 

Newell Hans, laborer, res 139 Fairfield ave. 

Newell Minnie E,teacher Training School, bds 75 Douglass ave. 

Newhart Charles E, mach W, St L & P Ry, bds 111 Madison. 

Newhart Louisa (wid Edward), res IJl Madison. 

Newhart Wm L, fiireman Ft W, C &LR R,bds 111 Madison. 

Newland Henry, helper Bass F & M Works, res 95 Smith. 

Newman John, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 337 Hanna. 

Newman Wm, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds New Yard 
House. 

Newspaper llnion The, John F Cramer Pres, 
George F Selly Manager, Printers, Stereotypers and 
Advertising Agents 57 E Columbia. 



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FORT WAYNE DIKECTOET. 



Newton Charles H, yardmaster W, St L & P Ry, res 19 

Hood. 
Newton Frederick A, cashr Coombs & Co, res IVl W Wayne. 
New Yard House, F E Nave propr, n w cor Walton ave and 

and P, F W & C Ry. 
New York, Chicago & St. liOnis Ry ("Nickel 

Plate"), General Offices Cleveland Ohio, Passenger 
Depot on old W & E Canal bet Calhoun and Clinton, 
Freight Depot w s Harrison nr Superior, F H Barnard 
Freight and Ticket Agent. 

Ney Edward, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 101 Williams. 

Ney Edward J, engineer W, St L & P Ry, bds 101 Williams. 

Ney Michael T, engineer G R & I R R, bds 101 Williams. 

Nicholas Albert M, sawyer Hoffman Bros, res 141 W Water. 

Nicholas George, laborer B S Thompson, res s e cor Thomp- 
son ave and W, St L & P Ry. 

Nichols DwightP, carpenter, bds 132 Wells. 

Nicholson Ida E, waiter 29 E Main. 

Nicholson John N, truckman P, F W & C Ry, res w s Oliver 
nr Smith. 

Nichte Mary, domestic 166 W Wayne. 

Nichter John J, carpenter, bds 183 Jackson. 

Nichter Joseph G, mach W, St L & P Ry, res 183 Jackson. 

Nichter Otto, molder Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, res 48 Hen- 
dricks. 

Nichter Peter P, mach P, F W & C Ry,bds 183 Jackson. 

Nickell Andrew J, engineer P, F W & C Ry, rooms 103 
Lafayette. 

Nickell John, engineer G R & I R R, res 95 Baker. 

Nickerson Ruel R, traveling agent Carnahan, Hanna & Co, 
rooms 29 W Wayne. 

Nicolai Miss Dora, dressmaker, bds J C Norton. 

Nicolai Philip G, clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds cor Walton ave 
and W, St L & P Ry. 

Niebergall Henry, baker 201 E Washington, res same. 

Nieboer John, carpenter, bds 11 Smith. 

Niederhauser Emma, domestic 54 E Wayne. 

Niederraeyer Joseph M, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 24 
Lasselle. 

Niedei-meyer Paul, lab Bass F & M Works, res 24 Lasselle. 

Niedhammer George, machinist P, F W & C Ry, i-es 82 W 
Creighton ave. 

Niekum Jacob, brickmaker A Ormiston & Bro, bds Lewis 
Ormston. 

Niemann Gottlieb, Grocer 148 Calhoun, res 68 Brack- 
enridge. 

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Niemann Gottlieb F, clerk Gottlieb Niemann, bds 68 Brack- 
enridge. 

Niemann John, helper Fort Wayne Gas Light Co, res 326 E 
Washington. 

Niemann Theodore, grocer 274 E Washington, res 272 same. 

Niemeyer Henry, clerk W Jacobs & Son, bds 153 Madison. 

Niemeyer Henry J, teamster Joseph Fremion, bds same. 

Niemeyer Louis H, clerk Golden & Monahan, bds 153 Madison. 

Niemeyer Wm, teamster, bds 153 Madison. ' 

Niermann Benjamin J, clerk, bds 72 W Main. 

Niermann Bernard J, bds 132 W Wayne. 

Niermann Miss Frankie G, seamstress, bds 72 W Main. 

Niermann Harmon H, clerk Alexander Martin, res 74 W Main. 

Niermann Martin H, stripper J C Eckert, bds 72 W Main. 

Niermann Martin O, tailor, res 72 W Main. 

Nies Adam, painter, res 58 Maumee road. 

Nieschang Charles C F (Fiser & Nieschang), bds 320 Calhoun. 

Niese Frederick, clerk W H Pyke, rooms 58 E Wayne. 

Niese James, traveling agent, rooms 58 E Wayne. 

Nieter C Herman, saloon 67 E Main, res same. 

Nietert Frederick, boilermaker P, F W & C Ry, res 168 
Holman. 

Nietert Herman, laborer P, F W & C Ry, bds 90 Harmer. 

Niezer Wm J, tinner, bds 20 W Jefferson. 

Nill Alfred C, clerk Wilding & Son, bds 32 W Washington. 

Nill Conrad, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 69 High. 

Nill George, truckman P, F W & C Ry, res 177 W Wash- 
ington. 

Nill Regina B (wid Conrad), res 32 W Washington. 

Nill Sophia (wid Geoi-ge), res 177 W Washington. 

Nille Miss Emma, bds 29 W Wayne. 

Nimms David, laborer Bass F & M Works, res e s Force 4 s 
of E Creighton ave. 

]Wiinrod Saloou, J G Strodel Proprietor 54 E Main. 
{See adv, p 87.) 

Ninde Lindley M, attorney-at-law 16 W Main, res w s Fair- 
field ave 1 s of Wayne. 

Nirdlinger Frank, bookkeeper Charles Nathan & Co, bds Ave- 
line House. 

Nirdlinger Joseph, traveling agent, bds Aveline House. 

Nirdlinger Mrs Joseph, bds Aveline House. 

Nirdlinger Mrs Julia M (Peter Morganthaler & Co), res 51 W 
Berry. 

Nirdlinger Max, mngrP Morganthaler «fe Co, res 51 W Berry. 

Nitzsche Emil G, laborer A Ormiston & Bro, bds Lewis Or- 
miston. 

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FOET WAYNE DIRECTORY. 



Nix Charles, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 80 E Jefferson. 
Nix Henry, shoemaker Peter Eggeman, bds 80 E Jefferson. 
Nix Joseph, shoemaker Peter Eggeman, bds 80 E Jefferson. 
Nix Valentine, shoemaker 80 E Jefferson, res same. 
Nixon Lewis, conductor G R & I R R, bds 12 Chicago. 
Noble Charles, teamster, res n s New Haven road V e of Wayne 

Trace. 
Noble Ervin, laborer, bds 138 Jackson. 
Noble James E, traveling agent Bass F & M Works, res 201 

E Lewis. 
Noble Nettie, stitcher L B Johns, bds 138 Jackson. 
Noble Sarah (wid Lester), res 138 Jackson. 
Noble Wm K, clerk Bass F & M Works, bds 201 E Lewis. 
Noecker James L, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds 53 Baker. 
Noecker Mary (wid Ferdinand), res 53 Baker. 
Nohe Edward, tailor Andrew Foster, bds 21 Nirdlinger ave. 
Nohe John, machinist C L Olds & Co, bds 21 Nirdlinger ave. 
Nohe Rosina (wid Joseph), bds 48 Hendricks. 
Nohe Wm, shoemaker M Noll & Son, res 21 Nirdlinger ave. 
Nolan James, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res w s Fairfield ave 

nr R R track. 
Nolan John, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 328 Lafayette. 
Nolan John J, machinist P, E' W & C Ry, bds 328 Lafayette. 
Nolan Michael, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 24 Charles. 
Nolan Michael, laborer, bds Mull's Hotel. 
Nolan Miss Nora A, bds 24 Charles. 

Noll Alphonse A, manager Noll & Golden, res 239 E Lewis. 
Noll Miss Annie, dressmaker Mrs M A Noll, bds 113 Barthold. 
Noll Anton, stonecutter Wm & J J Geake, res 80 Taylor. 
Noll Barbara (wid Martin), bds 86 Madison. 
Noll Benedict R (B R Noll & Co), res 28 Douglass ave. 
Noll Benedict R & Co (Benedict R Noll), Druggists 

128 Broadway. 
Noll Charles, clerk H W Fry, res 113 Barthold. 
Noll Edward M, teacher Fort Wayne Conservatory of Music, 

bds 146 E Wayne. 
Noll Miss Etta R, bds Sallier House. 
Noll Ferdinand, helper W, St L & P Ry, bds 80 Taylor. 
Noll Frank J, traveling agent, res e s Hanna bet E Lewis and 

Madison. 
Noll Frederick, baker E Seidel & Son, bds 52| Calhoun. 
Noll John F (M Noll & Son), res 100 E Lewis. 
Noll John G, bookkeeper Julius Nathan & Co, res 245 E Lewis. 
Noll Mrs Julia (Noll & Golden), res 235 E Lewis. 
Noll Martin (M Noll & Son), res 146 E Wayne. 
Noll Martin A, res 10 W Superior. 



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Noll Mrs M A, dressmaker 10 W Superior, res same. 

Noll M & Son (Martin and John F), shoes 22 Clinton. 

Noll Peter, painter P, F W & C Ry, res 129 E Jefferson. 

Noll Upton (Hill & Noll), res 125 Fairfield ave. 

Noll Wm, butcher Upton Noll, bds 125 Fairfield ave. 

Noll Wm, teamster Kilian Baker,res St Joe road 2 e of toll-gate. 

Noll & Golden (Mrs Julia Noll, Patrick J Golden), millinery 

14 W Berry. 
Nolton Theron J (T J Nolton & Co), res 46 W Wayne. 
Nolton T J & €o (Theron J Nolton, John I White), 

Hardware 22 Calhoun. {See bottom lines.) 
Nommay Frank, machinist, res 57 Garden. 
Nonnamaker Andrew (Nonnamaker & Schleyer), res 213 E 

Wayne. 
Nonnamaker & Schleyer (Andrew Nonnamaker, 

John F Schleyer), Boots and Shoes No 5 Keystone Block 

20 Calhoun. {/See top end.) 
Noonan James, blacksmith P, F W & C Ry, res 112 Force. 
Normandy G York, jockey, bds 32 Hood. 
STorris Charles H, Agent Great Western Despatch, 

Erie & Pacific Despatch and South Shore Line 3 Aveline 

House Block, res Toledo, Ohio. 
Norris Mary (wid Calvin), res 60 E Columbia. 
Norse Christian, coremaker Bass F & M Works, res e s Pine 

nr Taylor. 
North David V, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 16 Murray. 
Northern Indiana Fair Association, W W Rockhill sec, office 

32 E Berry. 

Northrop Rev Stephen A, Pastor 1st Baptist 

Church, res 44 W Washington. 

Northrup James L, carpenter, res 23 Van Buren. 

Norton John C, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res w s Walton 
ave opp Wayne Trace. 

Notestine Joseph H, teamster John Orff, res 89 Barthold. 

Novak Edward, carpenter, res 34 John, 

Nowitzki Joseph, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, res 99 Gay. 

Noz Christian, laborer Bass F & M Works, bds 37 Pine. 

Nuffer Leonard, engine hostler P, F W & C Ry, res 306 Har- 
rison. 

Nulf Edwin L, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res 30 Lasselle. 

Nunemacher Cyril A, baggageman G R & I R R, res 4 W 
Creighton ave. 

Nunemacher Mary H (wid John D), bds 4 W Creighton ave. 

Nuse Herman, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 161 Hanna. 

Nussbaum Peter, foreman C L Centlivre, res e s Spy Run ave 
n of brewery. 



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Nussmarin Catherine (wid John), res 235 E Wayne. 
Nuttman Joseph D (Nuttman & Co), res 130 W Berry. 
Nuttman Joseph D jr (Nuttman & Co), res 130 W Berry. 
Nuttman & Co (Joseph D and Joseph D Nuttman jr), 

Bankers 32 E Main. 
Nye Frank M, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, res 39 W Wash- 



ington. 



Oaks Sumner, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res 333 Lafayette. 
O'Brien Dennis, Street Commissioner City Hall, res 

225 W Washington. 
O'Brien Frank E, bds 75 Melita. 
O'Brien Martin, machinist, bds 251 Harrison. 
O'Brien Olive (wid Philip), res 107 Holman. 
O'Brien Patrick, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 83 Hoagland ave. 
O'Brien Patrick jr, laborer, bds 83 Hoagland ave. 
O'Bryant Michael, res 50 Chicago. 

O'Callahan Ann, janitor Hoagland School, res 85 Williams. 
O'Connell Catherine (wid Daniel), res 66 Melita. 
O'Connell Dennis, machine hand Cochrane & Humphrey, res 

95 Franklin ave. 
O'Connell Edward, clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds 66 Melita. 
O'Connell George C, machine hand Wheeler & Co, bds 66 

Melita. 
O'Connell James, varnisher, res 221 Madison. 
O'Connell John, policeman, res 14 Force. 
O'Connell Miss Julia, dressmaker, bds 8 Jiarthold. 
O'Connell Morris, laborer F W, C & L R R, res 8 Barthold. 
O'Connell Wm, machinist N G Olds & Sons, bds 14 Force. 
O'Connor, see also Conner. 
O'Connor Bernard, res 156 W Wayne. 
O'Connor Bernard S, bds 9 E Wayne. 
O'Connor Bridget, domestic 43 W Berry. 
O'Connor Bridget (wid Jeremiah), res 178 Madison. 
O'Connor James, finisher D N Foster, res 231 Madison. 
O'Connor John, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 251 Webster. 
O'Connor Joseph, marble agent, res 19 E Jefferson. 
O'Connor Michael J, printer Ft Wayne Sentinel, bds 251 

Webster. 
O'Connor Morris, mach P, F W & C Ry, bds 178 Madison. 
O'Connor Stephen, bookkeeper S C Lumbard, res 123 W 

Washington. 
Octerman Theresa (wid Wolfgang), bds 156 E Jefferson. 

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Oddou Joseph F (A J Dittoe & Co), res n s Suttenfield 1 e of 

Lafayette. 
Oddou Peter, clerk F C Figel, res n s 5th 4 w of Wells. 
O'Donnell John S, conductor P, F W & C Ry, bds s w cor 

Thomas and Gi'ant. 
Oechtering Miss Antoinette, res 134 E Jefferson. 
Oechtering Rev John H, pastor St Mary's Church, res 134 E 

Jefferson. 
Oelschlager Frederick, tailor, res 66 Baker. 
Getting Ferdinand, clerk Wm Getting, bds 362 Calhoun. 
Getting Wm, grocery and bakery 362 Calhoun, res same. 
Gettinger John L, printer Indiana Staats Zeitung, bds 188 

Broadway. 
Gfenloch Frank, butcher Charies Weller, bds 25 W Wash- 
ington. 
Gfenloch Michael, painter Bass F & M Works, res 130 Francis. 
Gfenloch Valentine, grocery and saloon 30 Force, res 32 

same. 
Gffner John, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 46 Walnut. 
O'FIaherty Patrick, laborer, res 179 W Jefferson. 
Ggden Edward, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry. 
Ggden Le Roy A, fireman G R & I R R, bds 49 Baker. 
Og^den Robert, Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter 112 
J,"^ Calhoun, res same. {See embossed line on front cover.) 
G'Gier Thomas, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry. 
O'Hearn James, blacksmith P, F W & C Ry, res 51 Prince. 
G'Hearn John, laborer, res e s Lillie 1 n of T, W & W Ry. 
G'Hearn Wm, plasterer, bds 231 Barr. 
Ghl Mrs Elizabeth, res 173 Broadway. 
Ghlson John, coremaker Bass P & M Works, bds 300 

E Washington. 
Ghlson Gle,coremkr Bass F & M Works, bds 300 E Washington. 
Ghlson Peter, actionmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds Peter 

Ghneck Albert M, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 15 E Jefferson. 
Ohneck George D, traveling agent, bds 87 E Jefferson. 
Ohnhaus Frank J, clerk M Noll & Son, bds 51 E Main. 
Ohnhaus John, clerk D C Fisher, res 51 W Main. 
Ohnhaus Louis, clerk O B Fitch & Co, bds 51 E Main. 
Ohnhaus Scholastica (wid John E), res 51 E Main. 
Ohnhaus Wm, clerk Sienian & Bro, bds 65 Wall. 
Ghse John, machine hand Boseker, White & Co, bds n s 

Pontiac e of limits. 
Oiler Miss Alice, copyist Dr P Thayer, bds 9 Duryea. 
G'Keefe Catherine (wid Patrick), res e s Gay 3 s of Creigh- 



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O'Keefe Thomas S, fii-eman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 90 Wilt. 

O'Leary Elizabeth (wid Timothy), bds 171 W Berry. 

Olds Charles D, clerk B Fitch & Co, bds 131 E De Wald. 

Olds Charles H.mortiser N G Olds & Sons, res 131 EDe Wald. 

Olds Charles L (C L Olds & Co), res 213 Barr. 

Olds C L. & €o (Charles L Olds, Wm McLachlan), Propi-s 

Ft Wayne Steam Iron Works on N Y, C & St L Ry, bet 

Calhoun and Harrison. {See adv, p 3.) 
Olds Frank H, clerk N G Olds & Sons, bds 131 E De Wald. 
Olds Frederick G, machinist Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 131 

E De Wald. 
Olds Henry G (N G Olds & Sons and Olds' Wagon Works), 

res 107 W Berry. 
Olds John D (N G Olds & Sons), res 198 W Wayne. 
Olds N G <fe Sons (incorporated), H G Olds pres, John D 

Olds vice-pres, Joseph Henry Wilder sec, Thomas C 

Rogers treas, manufacturers of Sarven patent wheels, 

patent carriage wheels and plow handles, s e cor 

Lafayette and W, St L ife P Ry. 
Olds' Wagnn Works (capital $200,000), H G Olds pres, Wm 

Johnston jr sec, C H McCullough treas, s s Murray bet 

Calhoun and Lafayette. 
O'Leai'y James, laborer, res n e cor Hugh and Francis. 
Olinske Wilhelraina, domestic 8-4 Calhoun. 
Olive James, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 6 Bass. 
Oliver H Louis, bartender, res 301 Calhoun. 
Oliver House, Lewis Clark Proprietor, 107 and 109 E 

Columbia. 
O'Malley Bridget (wid Patrick), bds 32 Butler. 
O'Mara Patrick, foreman C Grafmiller, res s s Wayne Trace 

near new yards P, F W & C Ry. 
O'Neil Charles, teamster, bds Clifton House. 
O'Neil Daniel J, engineer F W, C & L Ry, res 157 W Berry. 
O'Neil Mary, domestic McKinnie House. 
O'Neil Patrick, laborer P, F W & C Ry, bds 84 Baker. 
Openshaw George, machinist, res 32 Charles. 
Oppelt George, barber S Hubbard, bds 22 Pritchard. 
Oppelt Joseph, marbleworker Griebel, Wyckoff & Becker, res 

22 Van Buren. 
Oppenheim Wm S (Coleriok & Oppenheim), bds 9 E Wayne. 
Oppenheiraer Abraham (A Oppenheimer <fe Co), res o4 W 

Berry. 
Oppenheimer A & Co (Abraham Oppenheimer), rags, hides 

and pelts 67 E Columbia. 
Oppenheimer Frank, clerk, rooms 160 E Wayne. 
Oppenheimer Frederick, bds 5-1 W Berry. 



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Oppenheimer Samuel, cigarmaker, bds 22 W Jefferson. 

Orban Michael, laborer, res 138 W Main. 

Orff C Edward, clerk John Orff, bds same. 

Ortf Gottlieb, foreman cabinetmaker P, F W & C Ry, res 150 
Clinton. 

Orff Henry, prof music, res 233 Webster. 

OrfT John, Propr Empire Flouring Mills nr \V Main St 
Bridge, res junction Columbia City and Huntington roads. 
(See adv, inside back cover.) 

Orff John R, rooms 19 E Jefferson. 

Orff Julia E, teacher Hanna School, bds 233 Webster. 

Orff Mary E, teacher Bloomingdale School, bds 233 Webster. 

Orff Montgomery C, miller John Orff, bds same. 

Ormiston Alexander (A Ormiston & Bro), res w s Piqua road 
nr intersection of Lafayette. 

Ormiston A & Bro (Alexander and Lewis), Brick 
Mnfrs w s Piqua road nr intersection of Lafayette and w 
8 Calhoun, s of limits. 

Ormiston James, brickmaker A Ormiston & Bro, res w s Cal- 
houn nr Piqua road. 

Ormiston Lewis (A Oi-miston & Bro), res w s Piqua road nr 
intersection of Lafayette. 

O'Rourke Hon Edward, judge Allen Circuit Court, res 134 E 
Washington. 

O'Rourke Edward J, machinist P, F W & C Ry, bds 30 Mc- 
Clellan. 

O'Rourke Miss Jane, dressmaker Mrs M A Noll, bds 288 W 
Main. 

O'Rourke Jeremiah, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds 415 La- 
fayette. 

O'Rourke John, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res 109 Wallace. 

O'Rourke John C (O'Rourke, Miller & Co), res 326 E Wayne. 

O'Rourke Michael, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res 185 Mont- 
gomery. 

O'Ronrke, Miller & Co (John C O'Rourke, Casper 
Miller, Brutus A Bourie), Summit City Soap Co 6 to 12 
(rlasgow ave. {See adv, p 55.) 

O'Ronrke Patrick S, Supt Southern Div G R & I R 
R, also Supt C, R & F W R R. Office e s Clinton bet 
Holman and Railroad, res 30 Mc(Jlellan. 

O'Rourke Wm S (Chapin & O'Rourke), res 60 Douglas ave. 

Orr Charles W, bookkeeper Hamilton National Bank, bds 28 
Butler. 

Orr Jane (wid James), res 377 Lafayette. 

Orr John W, engineer W, St L & P Ry, res 28 Butler. 

Orr Joseph H, bookkeeper First National Bank, res 21 Butler. 

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OiT Kate C, teacher Clay School, bds 28 Butler. 

Orr Michael, gardener, res s end of Mechanics. 

Ortlieb George, saloon 76 Calhoun, res 82 W Washington. 

Orth Christian M, painter Olds' Wagon Works, res w s Cal- 
houn 6 s of Pontiac. 

Ortniann Henry R, foreman L Dessauer & Co, res 24 McClel- 
lan. 

Ortiuauil Henry W, Cigar Mnfr 26 Clinton, res 4 W 
Superior. 

Orvis Charles W, clerk Meyer Bros & Co, bds 15 Douglass. 

Orvis Genevieve, asst cash Meyer Bros & Co, bds 15 Doug- 
lass ave. 

O'Ryan, see also Jit/cm. 

O'Ryau Patrick, policeman, res 50 Baker. 

Osborne Merlin C, lightning rod agt, res 119 W Superior. 

Osenbaugh George, brakeman P, Ft W & C Ry, res w s Wal- 
ton ave 1 n pf P, F W & C Ry. 

Osenbaugh George I, car repairer P, F W & C Ry, res w s 
Walton ave 3 s of Wayne Trace. 

Osenbaugh Isaac, upholsterer P, F W & C Ry, res Wayne 
Trace 4 e of Wabash Ry. 

Osenbaugh John K, brakeman G R & I R R, res s s Summit 
2 w of Smith. 

Oser Josephine, domestic 34 Douglass ave. 

O'Shaughnessy, see also Shaughnessy. 

O'Shaughuessy James, farmer, bds 42 W Main. 

O'Shaughnessy Mary (wid John), bds 17 Colerick. 

O'Shaughnessy Micliael, laborer, res 17 Colerick. 

Ossaforth Bernard, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 65 Oliver. 

Osterheld Frederick, turner Peters' Box & Lumber Co, res 1 
Division. 

Ostenheld Lena, domestic 312 E Jefferson. 

Osterheld Louis, tailor J G Thieme & Bro, bds 91 E Washing- 
ton. 

Ostermanu George L, tinner H DeWald, res 277 E Wayne. 

Ostermann Henry J, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 320 E Wayne. 

Ostermann John B, carpenter, bds 235 E Washington. 

Ostermann Lombard, drayman, res 235 E Washington. 

Ostermann Mary, domestic 93 Montgomery. 

Ostermeier Charles, tailor, i-es 48 Leith. 

Ostermeier Frederick W, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 99 
Smith. 

Ostemeier Minnie, domestic Mrs E C Hanna. 

Ostman Charles, barber 178 Calhoun, bds 328 Harrison. 

Ostmann August, carpet weaver n e cor Wierke and Lafayette, 
res same. 

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Ostmann Charles, laborer Kerr Mur.ray Mnfg Co, bds 98 Mont- 
gomery. 

Oswald Frank, laborer, res 185 Fairfield ave. 

Oswald Joseph, teamster, res 36 John. 

Otis Drusilla, waiter Custer House. 

Otis Eugene, laborer, bds 237 Lafayette. 

Ott Frank (Ott & Huber), res Maumee road nr limits. 

Ott & Huber (Frank Ott, Nicholas Huber), fresco painters 46 
W Main. 

Otten John, laborer N G Olds & Son, bds 375 E Washington. 

Otten Lucas, spice miller J B Monning & Co, res 35 Gay. 

Otten Nicholas, porter Huestis & Hamilton, res 42 Force. 

Otten Otto H, plasterer, res 141 E Washington. 

Otten Theresa, domestic 146 E Wayne. 

Overend Edward C, baggage master, res 306 W Washington. 

Overley Alaphare(wid James), bds 59 Archer ave. 

Overley Daniel, welldigger, res e s Ewing 1 w of Ashery. 

Overley Isaac, teamster, res 198 Broadway. 

Overley John, plasterer, res 362 E Wayne. 

Overley Thomas, teamster, bds 362 E Wayne.. 

Owen George W, tuner Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 52 W 
Creighton ave. 

Owen John (Owen, Pixley & Co), res Utica, N Y. 

Owen Philip^ (Owen, Pixley & Co), res Utlca, N Y. 

Owen, Pixley & Co (John and Philip Owen, Henry D 
and George W Pixley), Clothing and Gent's Furnishing 
Goods, Hats and Cajjs 15 and 17 Court and 58 and 60 
Clinton. 

Owens Owen, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res n w cor Wal- 
ton ave and Myland. 

Owens Peter, policman,res 74 Taylor. 

Oxner August, carpenter, bds 224 W Main. 

Ozenbach John, brakeman G R & I R R, res 41 Gay. 



Pacific Express Co, Charles B Beaver Agent, 28 E 
Main. 

Pacific Mannfacturing Co The, Proprietors of 
Pacific Liver Pills, Holland Horse and Cattle Powder, 
Arthur's Balsam and Arthur's Cough and Strengthening 
Plasters 9 W Columbia. 

Page John, brakeman, res 104 Fairfield ave. 

Page Leonard S, salesman T J Nolton & Co, bds 119 E 
Main. 

lAAAP 9i DDH ^®^^ ^^^ kinds of Crockery and Glass- 
l\AAu W DnUi ware, ai No. 5 East Columbia Street. 



L/'-\ T T T T T T Mixed Paints ready for 
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Page, Taylor & Co (Wm D Page, Charles F Taylor), 

Proprs The Fort Wayne Daily and Weekly News, 19 

E Main. (See adv, p 71.) 
Page Wm D (Page, Taylor & Co), editor Fort Wayne Daily 

News, res 316 E Jefferson. 
Pageler Frederick, spoke driver N G Olds & Sons, res 177 

Montgomery. 
Pahl Miss Clara, dressmaker 106 Force, res same. 
Pahl Wm, machinist Bass F & M Works, res 106 Force. 
Paier Charles, carpenter, res 282 W Jefferson. 
Palmer Albert D, mason, res w end of 4th. 
Palmer Benjamin,, bds 190 Hanna. 
Palmer James V, carpenter, res 377 Lafayette. 
Palmer John W, policeman, res 112 Creighton ave. 
Palmer Miss Maria, bds 143 W Wayne. 
Palmer Wm T, hammerman, res 31 Smith. 
Paltsgrove Wm, hackdriver Powers & Barnett. 
Pantlind Henry D, deliveryman W H Pyke,bds 111 E Wayne. 
Pantlind Mrs Slartha, res 55 E Berry. 
Pape Charles, president, treas and genl manager Peters' 

Box & Lumber Co, Fleming Mnfg Co, I'es 56 St 

Mai7's ave. 
Pape Wm, clerk, bds 56 St Mary's ave. 
Pape Wm, res 139 High. 
Pappert Henry C, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 252 E 

Wayne. 
Pappert Roman, lab N G Olds & Sons, bds 116 Maumeeroad. 
Pappert Wm, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 252 E Wayne. 
Parisot Frank S, laborer, bds 322 Hanna. 
Parisot Joseph, foreman transfer house W, St L & P Ry, res 

322 Hanna. 
Parisot Joseph A, machine hand N G Olds & Sons, bds 322 

Hanna. 
Parker Amanda, waiter A'veline House. 
Parker C Wm, laborer Hoffman Bros, bds 18 Burgess. 
Parker Etta, domestic 248 Calhoun. 
Parker James, laborer Lindenwood Cemetery, res s s W Main 

opp cemetery. 
Parker May, domestic 248 Calhoun. 
Parks Volney, real estate, bds 31 W Columbia. 
Parnin August, clerk Morgan & Beach, res 212 E Wayne. 
Parnin James E J, ironworker C F Muhler, bds 212 E Wayne. 
Parr Charles J, car inspector L S & M S Ry, res n s 5th 2 w 

of Wells. 
Parrish John L, fireman P, F W «fc C Ry, res 83 Baker. 
Parrott Frank clerk Charles Kohn, bds 27 Oak. 

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PaiTott Louis A, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 27 Oak. 

Parrott Peter, carpenter, res 27 Oak. 

Parry George W, boilermaker, bds 313 Calhoun. 

Parry Joseph W, conductor, res 171 Jackson. 

Parry Wm S, traveling agt Carnaban, Hanna & Co, res 151 

Ewing. 
Passino George, brakeman G R & I R R, res 47 Buchanan. 
Passino Joseph, machinist, res 405 Lafayette. 
Passino Peter, brakeman, res e s Jane 1 s of Leith. 
Passino Russell J, machinist, bds 405 Lafayette. 
Patrick J Henry, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 240 W 

Main. 
Patterson Alice, domestic 113 W Berry. 
Patterson Miss Emma L, bds 30 Baker. 

Patterson George, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 299 Harrison. 
Patterson George A, machinist P, F W & C Ry, bds 30 Baker. 
Patterson George M, fireman, res 299 Harrison. 
Patterson John M, laborer, res 66 Butler. 
Patterson Madellon, car accountant N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 

84 W Main. 
Patterson Robert B, ^boarding house 30 Baker. 
Patton Jesse T, deputy city marshal, res 44 Hendricks. 
Patton Wm S (Patton & Smith), res 58 Brackenridge. 
Patton & Smith (Wm S Patton, George W Smith), contrac- 
tors rear 58 Brackenridge. 
Paul Benjamin, carpenter, bds 231 Barr. 
Paul Charles, laborer, res 47 High. 
Paul Charles, clerk, bds 38 W Jefferson. 
Paul Frederick, clerk C Schiefer & Son, res 156 Ewing. 
Paul Frederick C, machine hand P, F W & C Ry, res 298 S 

Harrison. 
Paill Henry C, Contractor and Dealer in Lime, Cement, 

etc 81 E Columbia, res 285 W Berry. 
Paul Wm, res 38 W Jefferson. 
Paul Wm jr, clerk, bds 38 W Jefferson. 
Pauley Edward, teamster Wilding & Son, bds n w cor Melita 

and Harrison. 
Pauley John, teamster Wilding & Son, bds n w cor Melita and 

Harrison. 
Pauley Thomas, blacksmith, res 11 Walnut. 
PaulllS Frauk D, General Agent Buckeye Reapers, 

Mowers and Binders, Aultman & Taylor Threshers, and 

Dealer in Agricultural Implements 58 E Columbia, res 

222 W Wayne. 
Pavey James H, canvasser Fowler Mnfg Co, bds 32 E Wayne. 
Paxton Miss Sallie, bds 171 W Washington. 

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Payne Anrelius T, mach hand Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 
80 Putnam. 

Payne John H, clerk, res 464 E Wayne. 

Payne Wm C, fireman G R & I R R, res e s Grant ave bet 
Randall and Humphrey. 

Payton Wm B, laborer, res e s St Mai-y's ave 1 n of Lake. 

Peak Henry, carp, res 20 Jones. 

Pearl Julia, domestic Harmon House. 

Pearse James W, supt Citizens Street R R Co, res 22 Chicago. 

Pearson, see also Pier son. 

Pearson Charles H, drayman, res .T09 W Main. 

Pearson John C, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res n s Samuel 4 e 
of Thomas. 

Pearson Wm F, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, rooms 39 W 
Washington. 

Peck Solon L, speculator, res 148 W Wayne. 

Peek Henry, carp Bass F & M Works, res 20 W Jones. 

Peffers Charles, painter Reinewald Bros, bds 248 Calhoun. 

Pegg Catherine (wid Wm), bds 24 Huffman. 

Pegg Loren B, barber 138 Broadway, res 6 Lavina. 

Peggen Daniel, laborer, bds 129 E Lewis. 

Peggen Nicholas, laborer, bds 129 E Lewis.. 

Peihl John, laborer C J Winch & Son, res Piqua road. 

Peltier James C, Undertaker 17 W Wayne, res same. 
{See adv, back cover.) 

Peltier Louis, with J C Peltier, res 49 E Lewis. 

Pelton Miss Hattie, student Westminster Home School, bds 
251 W Main. 

Pelz Abner, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 38 Walnut. 

Pelz August, wiper P, F W & C Ry, res 40 Lasselle. 

Pembroke Kate, domestic 157 W Wayne. 

Penebaker Oliver F, solicitor The Boys' World, bds 127 Hol- 
man. 

Pennington Mark P, rodman P, F W & C Ry, bds 199 E 
Lewis. 

Pennock Frederick M, manager S Pennock & Sons Co, res 
278 E Lewis. 

Pennock S & Sons Co, Frederick M Pennock Man- 
ager, Mnfrs of the Pennock Road Machine, The Match- 
less Self Acting Scraper, .and The Standard Steel Scraper 
858 Calhoun. "{See aclv,p2.) 

Pennock Wm C, fireman P, F W & C Ry, rooms 224 Cal- 
houn. 

Pennoyer David M, fireman G R & I R R, res 17 W Jeffer- 
son. 

Pennoyer Frank, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 70 Chicago. 

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Pennoyer Marion L, fireman, bds 17 Lavina. 
Pennsylvania House, cor N Calhoun and Superior. 
Pens Henry D, engineer C L Olds & Co, res 107 High. 
Pens W Henry (Knock & Pens), bds 132 Chicago. 
Peoples Henry, laborer, bds 61 E Main. 
Pepe Alphonse, clerk A J Dittoe & Co, res 200 Hanna. 
Pepe Francis, bds n s Suttenfield 1 e of Lafayette. 
Pepe Paul, carpenter C L Centlivre, bds Thomas Hunt. 
Pequignot Joseph, saloon 91 Harmer, res same. 
Pernot Peter H, student Aldrich & Barrett, bds 89 W Jeffer- 
son. 
Perreguey Peter, gardener, res n s New Haven road, cor 

Strawberry. 
Perrett Miss Florence, bds rear 290 Hanna. 
Perrett Mrs Maria, janitress Hanna School, res rear 290 

Hanna. 
Perrett Richard W, bookkeeper, res rear 290 Hanna. 
Perrey Joseph J, stairbuilder Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 2 

Oak. 
Perrin Ashley C, livery, sale and boarding stable 62 E Wayne, 

res 341 E Wayne. 
Perrin Frank, gardener, res e s Walton ave 1 n of Wayne 

Trace. 
Perrin Frank A, works" Frank Perrin, bds same. 
Perrin John W, printer Ft Wayne Gazette, res 60 W Wayne. 
Perrin Julius J, gardener Frank Perrin, bds same. 
Perrine Anne E (wid Wm H), Propr Sallier House s 

w cor Walton ave and Railroad, res same. 
Perrpt Peter, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 27 Oak. 
Perry Aaron, bricklayer, bds 157 Ewing. 
Perry Edgar A, gas and steam fitter W, St L & P Ry, res 

164 W Wayne. 
Perry Ellen, domestic 179 Clinton. 
Perry Frank, engineer G R »& I R R, res 253 E Lewis. 
Perry Frank, helper M L Albrecht. 
Perry George- H, fur dealer, bds Aveline House. 
Perry John B, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, res 164 W Wayne. 
Perry John T, mason, res 157 Ewing. 
Perry Martin D, teamster Kilian Baker, res e s St Mary's ave 

2 n of Aboit. 
Perry Oscar In, Manager Western Union Telegraph 

Co 67 Calhoun, bds Aveline House. 
Perry Wm W, carpenter C G French, res e s St Mary's ave 2 

n of Aboit. 
Perry Miss Zelma G,tailoress Joseph Rieg, bdso St Mary's ave. 
Perry Jacob, laborer, res s s Riverside ave. 



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Peters Box and Lumber Co The, Charles Pape 

Pres, Treas and General- Manager, Wm Fleming Vice- 

Pres, Willis J Eckels Sec, Mnfrs Hardwood Lumber, 

Furniture and Tobacco Pails Office and Factory 79 to 

101 High, Furniture Salesrooms 19 W Main. {See adv,p 

16S.) 
Peters Christian, truckman P, F W «& C Ry, res w s Calhoun 

opp Pontiac. 
Peters Frederick H, sawyer, res 22 Lavina. 
Peters Frederick R, machinist C L Olds & Co, res 171 W 

Superior. 
Peters John (col'd), cook, bds 125 Calhoun. 
Peters John C, Manufacturer of Band Saw Mills and 

Dealer in All Kinds of Lumber n w cor W Main and 

Osage, res s e cor Rebecca and Runnion ave. (See aclv, 

p 218.) 
Peters Jacob, teamster J P Tinkham, res Spy Run ave. 
Peters Levi, laborer Camilla Schilling, bds same. 
Peters Mrs Mary, res s s Pontiac 3 e of Calhoun. 
Peters Simon (col'd), barber 125 Calhoun, res same. 
Peters Thomas, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry. 
Peterson Charles, actionmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 45 

Miner. 
Peterson Hans, blacksmith, bds 334 Calhoun. 
Peterson Peter, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res w s 

Fairfield ave opp organ factorv 
Petgen Daniel, coppersmith P, F W & C Ry, bds 129 E 

Lewis. 
Petgen Francis, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res 58 Melita. 
Petgen Frank, harnessmaker A S Johns & Son, bds 64 Melita. 
Petgen John H, tailor John Wasserbach, bds 64 Melita. 
Petgen Mrs Mary E, res s e cor Edgerton and Winter. 
Petgen Nicholas, clerk W, St L & P Ry, res 64 Melita. 
Petgen Nicholas, carpenter P, F W <fe C Ry, bds 129 E Lewis. 
Pettijohn Lizzie, domestic 171 Clinton. 
Pettit Wm L, ass't cashier First National Bank res 203 W 

Jefferson. 
Pettys George N, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 260 Webster. 
Pettys John'H, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res 260 Webster. 
Petzinger Miss Carrie C, bds s s Pontiac opp Warsaw. 
Petzinger Miss Charlotte M, bds s s Pontiac opp Warsaw. 
Petzinger Fredei-ick L, boilermaker P, F W & C Ry, res s 

s Pontiac opp Warsaw. 
Peyton Charles, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds s w cor 

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Pfeiffer Henry (Pfeiffer & Schlatter), res 386 E Wayne. 
PfeifFer Louis', butcher Fred Eckart, res 15 High. 
Pfeiffer Philip, watchman, res 35 Maumee road. 
Pfeiffer & Schlatter (Henry Pfeiffer, Christian C Schlatter), 

hardware and farm implements 47 E Columbia. 
Pfister Gottfried, laborer, res 197 E Jefferson. 
Pfleger George G, clerk Frederick Sohmueckle, bds 76 Barr. 
Pfleger Joseph, teamster, res w s Runuion ave 1 s of N Y, C 

& St L Ry. 
Pfleiderer Jacob, m.eat market 199 E Washington, res 

201 same. 
Pflightner Wm, spoketurner N G Olds & Sons, bds 69 

W Main. 
Phelon Philo, blacksmith L B Johns, res e s Spy Run ave n 

of limits. 
Phelps Clara, teacher Jefferson school, bds 258 W Wayne. 
Phelps Delmer, laborer, res 147 E Jefferson. 
Phelps George A, fireman, bds 63 3d. 

Phelps George W, teamster Huestis & Hamilton, res 11 Wall. 
Phelps John W, engineer W, St L & P Ry, res 15 Hamilton. 
Phelps Whitcomb, physician, res 525 E Wayne. 
Philbrick Andreas, cooper, res 234 Lafayette. 
Philion Eugene, maoh hand, res 74 Baker. 
Phillabaum Adam, laborer S Bash & Co, res 36 2d. 
Phillabanra George M, teamster, res 14 Huffman. 
Phillabaum Jane A (wid John), res 168 Francis. 
Phillabaum Sarah (wid David), res 112 Wells. 
Philley Eli S, agent L S & M S and F W, C & L Rys, res 

50 E Berry. 
Philley Miss Emily, dressmaker, bds 63 W Superior. 
Philley Miss Hannah H, res 63 W Superior. 
Philley Milton S, lawyer 25 P O building, bds 63 Superior. 
Phillips Alfred E, brakeman, bds 240 W Main. 
Phillips Caroline (wid Barnard), res 121 W Main. 
Phillips Catherine (wid Michael), res 88 Fairfield ave. 
Phillips Catherine (wid Patrick), res 57 W Superior. 
Phillips Edward H, machinist Bass F & M Works, bds 155 

Phillips Frank B, clerk Bass F & M Works, bds 121 

W Main. 
Phillips George, horseshoer Edward Fogerty, bds 57 W 

Superior. 
Phillips George, res w s Spy Run ave n of breWery. 
Phillips John, machinist, bds 124 Fairfield ave. 
Phillips John M, teamster N Leonard & Son, bds N Leonard. 
Phillips John M, switchman, bds 88 Fairfield ave. 



SILVER WARE, 



GOLD PENS, GOLD and SILTEB HEADED 
CANES, BRONZES and FANCY GOODS. H. C' 
GRAFFE, Cor. Callioon and Colombia Sts. 



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-The LEADING TAILOR,- 



16 West Berry Street, FORT WAYNE. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 



Phillips Lucy (wid John J), rooms 46 W Berry. 

Phillips Patrick H, teamster, bds 88 Fairfield ave. 

Phillips Thomas, horseshoer Edward Fogerty, res 57 W 
Superior. 

Phipps Jacob T, brakeraan, res e s Oliver 1 s of Horace. 

Phipps John A, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res s w cor 
Walton and Creighton aves. 

Pichon Alexander, res 346 E Wayne. 

Pichon Maggie, chambermaid Mayer House. 

Pichon Sarah, laundress Mayer House. 

Pickard Mrs Catherine A (C A Pickard & Co), res 106 E 
Washington. 

Pickard C A & Co (Catherine A Pickard), Stoves 
Tinware and House Furnishing Goods 29 E Columbia. 

Pickard Harry R, student, bds 106 E Washington. 

Pickard Peter E, manager C A Pickard &" Co, ibds 106 
E Washington. 

Pickard Thomas R, supt Bass F & M Work, res 106 E 
Washington. 

Pickel Peter R, barber Charles Ostmann, bds 224 W Main. 

Piehl John, laborer, res s s Piqua road 2 e of Walton ave. 

Piepenbrink, see also Pipenbrink. 

Piepenbrink Charles, gardner, res ^ mile e of city limits on 
T W & W Ry. 

Piepenbrink Christian, clerk Bartels & Co, res 87 Madison. 

Piepenbrink Henry C, teamster, res 84 Lillie. 

Piepenbrink Louis C, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds n w cor 
Walton ave and P, F W & C Ry. 

Pieper Frederick C, carpenter, res 214 W Jefferson. 

Pieper John F, mach W, St L & P Ry, res 71 W Jefferson. 

Pieper Miss Sophie, dressmaker, bds 71 W Jefferson. 

Pierce Andrew W, painter J H Brimmer, res 217 E Wash- 
ington. 

Pierce^Everett G, mach P, F W & C Ry, res 51.3 E Lewis. 

Pierce Franklin J, clerk Pierce & Coverdale, bds 25 Archer ave. 

Pierce .James S (Pierce & Coverdale), res 25 Archer ave. 

Pierce Ogden, postal clerk, res Thompson ave head Maple ave. 

Pierce Rev W Oscar, pastor Wayne St M E Church, res 195 
W Wayne. 

Pierce & Coverdale (James S Pierce, Asahel S Cov- 
erdale), Proprietors The Hoosier Grocery 20 and 24 Har- 
rison. 

Pierot James J, boilermaker, bds n s Samuel 1 e of Thomas. 

Pierot Scholastique (wid August), res n s Samuel 1 e of 
Thomas. 

Pierr Miss Cal licriii-, elk Wwr Pierr, l)dN ^54 W Washington. 

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Pierr Charles J, dry goods 69 Wells, bds 254 W Washington. 
Pierr Edward A, notions and millinery 60 Calhoun, bds 128 

E Wayne. 
Pierr Jacob, with E A Pierr, res 128 E Wayne. 
Pierr Josejih M, clerk Peter Pierr, bds 254 W Washington. 
Pierr Peter, dry goods and notions 168 Broadway, res 254 W 

Washington. 
Pierr Miss Rosa, bds 92 W Berry. 

Pierr's Fair ajid Ladies' Bazaar 60 Calhoun. 

Pierson, see also Pearson. 

Pierson Calvin J, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 142 Wallace. 

Pierson Jacob, carpenter, bds 6 Oak. 

Pietz J Ferdinand, Watches, Clocks and Jewelry 80 
Calhoun, res 227 W Washington. 

Pilser John, finisher Peters' Box & Lumber Co, bds 32 W 
Main. 

Pimlott Charles H, tinner P, F W & C Ry, bds 210 Lafayette. 

Pipenbrink, see also Piepenhrink. 

Pipenbrink Albert J, clerk C D Pipenbrink, bds 48 W Wash- 
ington. 

Pipenbrink Conrad D, boots and shoes 36 E Columbia, res 48 
W Washington. 

Pipenbrink Henry P, clerk Glutting & Christen, bds 48 W 
Washington. 

Pisano Martin, shoemaker 98 Harrison, res same. 

Pitgen Margaret, domestic Hanna Homestead. 

Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & €hicag:o Ry, C 

D Law Superintendent Western Division, J K MoCracken 
Freight and Ticket Agent. Offices e s Clinton bet Hol- 
man and Railroad. Passenger Depot cor Calhoun and 
Railroad. Freight Depot cor Clinton and Railroad. 

Pixler Frank, machine hand Boseker, White & Co, bds Baker 
House. 

Pixley George W (Owen, Pixley & Co), res 133 W Wayue. 

Pixley Henry D (Owen, Pixley & Co), res Utica, N Y. 

Plattor Alfred, conductor, res 11 Bass. 

Plattor George, fireman G R & I R R, res 241 Barr. 

Pleath Frederick, laborer, bds 98 Montgomery. 

Pleth Charles, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 230 John. 

Plock Bernard, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 204 W Jefferson. 

Plock Elizabeth (wid Herman), res 204 W Jefferson. 

Plock Henry, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 204 W Jefferson. 

Plock Herman, molder, bds 204 W Jefferson. 

Plock John, finisher Peters' Box & Lumber Co, res 206 W 
Jefferson. 

Ploetz Robert, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 367 W Main. 



KAAG & BRO. 



Sell fine China, Tea and Dinner. Sets, 
at No. 5 East Columbia Street. 



L/^ T T T T T T Painting and Paper Hang- 
, V^. JTl kJ l_y JL/ 5 ing, at 90 Calhoun Street. 

FORT WAYNE DIEECTORT. 325 

Plogsterth Jbhn A, laborer, res cor Wayne Trace and New 
Haven road. 

Ploor Christian, salesman Peters' Box & Lumber Co's furni- 
ture rooms, res 96 E Jefferson. 

Ploor Ellen (wid Frederick), bds 186 E Lewis. 

Pluraadore A Horton, clerk Root & Co, bds 199 Montgomery. 

Plumadore Wm M, boilermaker P, F W & C Ry, bds 199 
Montgomery. 

Plumer Edward F, painter Olds' Wagon Works, bds 248 Cal- 
houn. 

Plutz Robert, laborer, res 367 W Main. 

Plymouth Congregational Church, n w cor W Washington 
and Fulton. 

Pock Moritz, laborer, res 144 E Washington. 

Pocock Miss Jennie, dressmaker, bds 173 Hanna. 

Poeppel Henry D F, laborer Hoffman Bros, bds 615 Main. 

Poetsch Frederick, basketmaker 32 Pritchard,>-j:e8.'Same. 

Poetsch Miss Magdalene, seamstress, bds 32 Pritchard. 

Poffenberg Jacob, laborer, bds 247 E Lewis. 

Poffenberger Harrison, carpenter Horton Mnfg Co, bds s s 
Runnion ave nr Howell. 

Poffenberger Samuel, mach hand Horton Mnfg Co, bds s 8 
Runnion ave nr Howell. 

Pohl George J, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 34 Buchanan. 

Pohlmann Christian, carpenter, res 170 Greeley. 

Pohlmeyer Frederick C, mason, res 59 Baker. 

Polhamus Albert H, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 73 Dawson. 

Polhamus Albert Z, mach P, F W & C Ry, bds 73 Dawson. 

Polhamus Wm H, clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds 73 Dawson. 

Poison John, driver Citizens' Street Ry Co. 

Polzin Michael, laborer, res 36 Force. 

Pomper Herman, carpet tool mufr, res 261 Hanna. 

Pond Miss Mary, Teacher Music Westminster Home 
School, bds 251 W Main. 

Ponsot Emile, butcher, bds 105 Summit. 

Pontius George A, trav salesman Meyer Bros & Co, bds Rob- 
inson House. 

Pool Miss Ada E, bds e s Gage 4 s of Creighton ave. 

Pool Emery O, engineer, res 30 Wilt. 

Pool Mrs Mary M, dressmaker e s Gay 4 s of Creighton ave, 
res same. 

Pool Thomas D, trav agt, res 103 Fairfield ave. 

Pool Thomas J, laborer, res e s Gay 4 s of Creighton ave. 

Poole Frank H, bookkeeper the Hamilton'jNational Bank, res 
191 Griffith. 

Popp Adam, bartender George Ortlieb, res 351 E Wayne. 

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Poisch George B, candy maker Louis Fox, bds 142 W Third. 

Porsch Wm, stovemounter, res 142 Third. 

Porter 4>harles D, Druggist 108 Fairfield ave, res Gen- 
eva, Ind. 

Porter Elizabeth (wid Humphrey), res 39 Lavina. 

Porter Frank C, plasterer, bds 83 Brackenridge. 

Porter John H, clerk Alderman & Yarnelle, res 13 Clark. 

Porter Lucinda (wid Alexander), bds 74 Douglass ave. 

Porter Miles F, physician 106 Fairfield ave, res same. 

Porter Wm D, salesman, res 87 W Jefferson. 

Post Bernard, pottery 284 W Main, res 293 same. 

Post Office, Court bet Berry and Main. F W Keil Post- 
master. Ofiice opens 7:30 a m, closes 7 pm. Sundays 9 
to 10 a m. 

Pothoff Wm (A Kalbacher & Co), res 156 E Washington. 

Potter George L, cl^rk P, F W & C Ry, bds 169 E Washing- 
ton. 

Potter Hattie, domestic 2J0 Calhoun. 

Potter John, carpenter, res w s Sherman 2 s of Archer ave. 

Potter Joseph L, contractor, res 130 Creighton ave. 

Potter Joseph L jr, fireman G R & I R R, res 130" W Creigh- 
ton ave. 

Potter Margaret J(wid Joseph), res 46 W Wayne. 

Potter Mary E, teacher Jefferson School, bds 130 W Creigh- 
ton ave. 

Potter Philip L, real estate 27 P O Bldg, res 9 West. 

Potter Thomas, carpenter, res 160 Huffman. 

Poulson Britton, patternmaker, res e s Spy Run ave. 

Powderley George, carpenter, bds 6 Oak. 

Powel Matthew, coremaker Bass F & M Works, bds 16 Gay. 

Powell Simon, depot helper U S Exp Co, bds n w cor Melita 
and Harrison. 

Power Ellen, domestic Globe restaurant, res 34 Barr. 

Power James, laborer, res 34 Bass. 

Powers AmasaV, fireman, bds 19 Pine. 

Powers Miss Callea, bds 156 E Wayne. 

Powers Emmet M (Powers & Barnett), res 156 E Wayne. 

Powers Helen (wid Amasa), res 19 Pine. 

Powers John A, res 156 E Wayne. 

Powers Lucien C, printer, bds 19 Pine. 

Powers L Montgomery, fireman, bds 19 Pine. 

Powers P Homer, fireman, bds 19 Pine. 

Powers & Barnett (Emmet M Powers, Abraham G 
Barnett), Bus, Hack and Baggage Line 16 E Wayne. 

Poyneer George W, physician 86 Calhoun, res same. 

Poyser Henry J, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 47 Miner. 



TROY STEAM LAUNDRY, 



50 Pearl Street, is 
constantly putting 
in new nxac^iinery. 



GENTLEr^lEN'S WEDDING OUTFIT S SS-^5,TrV w.?'' 

A SPECIALTY. — Berry St., Fort Wayne. 

FORT WAYNB DIRECTORY. 327 

Peyser Hiram, foreman carpenter W, St L & P Ry, res 184 
W Jefferson. 

Poyser Wm F, patternmaker W, St L & P Ry, bds 184 W 
Jefferson. 

Prabra Robert, boilermaker, res 92 Montgomery. 

Prange Ernst, coachman Hamilton Homestead. 

Prange Louis, carpenter, res 395 E Wayne. 

Pranger Edward H, carpenter, bds 226 E Washington. 

Pranger John H, carpenter 226 E Washington, res same. 

Pranger John H jr, carpenter, bds 226 E Washington. 

Pranger Susan (wid Barney), res 23 Oak. 

Pranger Thakle (wid Conrad), res 206 E Washington. 

Pranger Wm, tinner C A Scharf, bds 206 E Washington. 

Pratt Watson O, foreman bellows room Ft Wayne Organ 
Co, res e s Fairfield ave 1 n of organ factory. 

Pratt "Wm T, Justice of Peace 12 W Berry, res 20 Doug- 
las ave. 

Preaka Otto, helper Bass F & M Works, res 230 John. 

Prentiss Joseph R, res 90 Wells. 

Prentiss Patrick, laborer, res 97 Baker. 

Prescott Alvan S (Prescott Bros & Co), res 16 WWashington. 

PresCOtt Bros <& Co (Alvan S and Edwin W Prescott, 
Wm H Hackett), Wh and Ret Hardware 33 E Columbia. 

Prescott Edwin W (Prescott Bros & Co), res 129 W Main. 

Pressler George (Pressler & Wagner), res 52 W DeWald. 

Pressler John, Mnfr and Dealer in Tinware, Galvanized 
Iron Cornice and Window Caps. Job Work a Specialty 
98 Barr cor Wayne, res 15 Baker. 

Pressler & Wagner (George Pressler, John Wagner), carpen- 
ters and builders w s Webster bet Butler and DeWald. 

Preston Bernard, barber, res w s DeGroff 1 s of Muncie R R. 

Preston Wm B, bookkeeper S Pennock & Sons Co, rooms 38 
Brackenridge. 

Priaso Ellen, domestic 232 E Washington. 

Price Anna, waiter The Robinson. 

Price Henry C, bartender C Newcomer, rooms 148 Calhoun. 

Price Jennie, domestic F E Nave. 

Price Ozro P, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res s w cor Lafayette 
and Murray. 

Price Rev Theophilus, pastor African M E Church, res 15 
Francis. 

Prico Emma, dressmaker, bds 58 Douglas ave. 

Prico Mary, dressmaker, bds 58 Douglas ave. 

Prill August, laborer BassF & M Works, res 23 Hough. 

Prince Charles A, bartender I Prince, bds e s Wells 3 n of 
canal basin. 

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KEYSTONE BLOCK. 



BLACK SILKS CHEAP geo.dewald&oo.'s 

328 E. L. POLK & CO.'S 

Prince Isaac, saloon 26 Wells, res e s Wells 3 n of canal basin. 

Prince Thomas, machinist, res e s Wells 3 n of canal basin. 

Prindeville Maurice, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res 4 Melita. 

Prior Henry W, Physician 18 E Columbia, res w s 
Grant ave s of Washington. {See adv, op}:).) 

Pritchard Thomas, molder Bass F & M Works, res e s Wal- 
ton ave nr Pontiac. 

Probasco Aaron C, sec Fort Wayne Gas Light Co, res 30 
Douglas ave. 

Probasco Miss Martha, teacher, bds 224 Francis. 

Probasco Wm J, bookkeeper Alderman & Yarnelle, res 224 
Francis. 

Probines Sophia A (wid James R), bds 19 E Washington. 

Proegler Carl, physician 152 W Jefferson, res same. 

Pronger Lena (wid Wm H), res 5 Sturgis. 

Pruner Martin, laborer, res 13 Hood. 

Puff Adolf, laborer, bds 383 Lafayette. 

Puff Bruno C, polisher N G Olds & Sons, bds 65 Charles. 

Puff Charles R, polisher N G Olds &Sons, bds 383 Lafayette. 

Puff Edwin C, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 383 Lafayette. 

Puff Maria T (wid Carl), res 383 Lafayette. 

Pullan J Arthur, trav agt F W, C & L R R, res 142 W Jef- 
ferson. 

Puis August, mason, bds 56 St Mary's ave. 

Pulvermueller Mrs Henrietta, res 103 Barr. 

Purcell Frank, shipping clerk G E Bursley & Co, bds 38 
Wells. 

Purman Algernon A, lawyer 1 and 2 Foster Block, res 111 
W Washington. 

Purman Nathaniel N, blacksmith Fleming Mnfg Co, bds 12 
Lafayette. 

Putnam Alvira L (wid Harvey M), res 115 E Wayne. 

Putt Robert, blacksmith L B Johns, res 210 E Washington. 

Pyke Charles W, traveling agent, res 235 W Washington. 

Pyke Pullan, traveling agent, bds 142 W Jefferson. 

Pyke "Wm H, Grocer 80 Calhoun, reS 142 W Jefferson. 

Pyle Miss Jennie, dressmaker, bds 31 John. 



Quackenbush Henry, teamster J H Cody, bds 288 W Main. 
Quidor George, fireman W, St L & P Ry, bds 40 Wilt. 
Quidor Nathan K, engineer W, St L & P Ry, res 40 Wilt. 
Quidor Sidney, lab N G Olds & Sons, bds 40 Wilt. 
Quinn Bridget (wid Thomas), bds 38 Chicago. 

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UN. I IMUII, 

Late of New York Cit}^ who has had eleven years experience in the treatment of all 
Chronic Diseases. There are few men and women but what suffer from some chronic 
trouble or weakness ; those of the female being more abundant and distressing. In 
either sex these can be relieved or cured. I -have devoted years to this branch of the 
profession, and I treat all diseases of a recent or chronic nature by an examination or 
analysis of the water or urine. 

Old Sores and Ulcerations of the Bodj- or Throat, Lame and Weak Back, Weak or 
Sore Chest, Catarrh, Diseases of the Kidneys, Liver, Heart, Bladder, Spleen, Stomach, 
Bowels, Retention or Immoderate Flow of Urine, Scrofula, Sterility, Loss of Strength in 
the Organs of Generation, Seminal Weakness, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Constipation, Sick ' 
Headache, Rheumatism, Piles, Diseases and Weaknesses peculiar to the Female in all 
their many forms, such as ' Dragging Pains in the Sides, across the Loins and Back, 
Wasting and Constant Constipation, Distress in the Head which often attends Female 
Weaknesses — these diseases, most of them, can be relieved and cured ; and that dread 
scourge THE AGUE, which brings weakness and misery to so many, is forced to give 
jvay quickly to the medicine I use for such cases, and there is not an atom of Sulphate 
Quinine in my celebrated and world-renowned AGUE SPECIFIC. 

Hundreds in this and adjoining States could testifj- as to the relief or cures effected 
by my medicines, they having doctored for years without experiencing any relief from 
their troubles If j"OU are suffering from an}- of the above complaints or any disease, 
come at once and see me, and bring a sample of Urine or Water. 

0O3SrSXT3LiT-A.TIO2S-S iF-H-ESHES. 

1 occupy the room used by the late renowned Dr. Goeritz, Water Doctor. My medicines 
are the same as used by him, and 

1 Treat all Cases by Thorough and Scientific Analysis of 
the Urine or Water. 

DR PRIOR, WATER DOCTOR. 

OFFICE AND ROOMS, 18 East Columbia Street, 

FORT WAYNE, IND. 

Office open : 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Sundays, 1 p. m. to 4 p. m. 



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Quinn Daniel, helper Bass F & M Works, res 44 Chicago. 

Quinn Edward, policeman, res 44 Chicago. 

Quinn Miss Emma, notions 136 Fairfield ave, res s s DeWald 
2 w of Fairfield ave. 

Quinn James E, furnaceman P, F W & C Ry, res 102 Lafay- 
ette. 

Quinn James J, spoke straightener Boseker, White & Co, bds 
39 Duck. 



nn Margaret (wid Wm), res 39 Duck. 

nn Miss Mamie, seamstress, bds 39 Duck. 

nn Miss Mary E, milliner, bds s s DeWald 3 e of Oakley. 

nn Michael, laborer, res s s DeWald 3 e of Oakley. 

nn Patrick, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 122 Chicago. 

nn Patrick, fireman, bds s s W DeWald 3 e of Oakley. 

nn Thomas, engineer, res 38 Chicago. 

nn Wm H, mach hand Boseker, White & Co, bds 39 Duck. 



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Raab Miss Amanda, milliner, bds 1 75 E Washington. 

Raab Frederick, laborer, res 175 E Washington. 

Raab Henry E, clerk, bds 112 W Jefferson. 

Raab Johanna, milliner, bds 175 E Washington. 

Raab John, grocer, 18 E Columbia, res 112 W Jefferson. 

Raab John G, clerk John Raab, bds 112 W Jefferson. 

Raab Miss Mary L, milliner 175 E Washington, bds same. 

Rabel Wm, machine hand N" G Olds & Sons, bds 320 Calhoun. 

Rabmann Michael, butcher, res 81 E Wayne. 

Rabus Gustave A, cutter John Rabus, rooms 156 W Wash- 
ington. 

Rabns John, Merchant Tailor 16 W Berry, res 156 W 
Washington. {See top lines.) 

Rabus John F, boxmaker, res 50 3d. 

Rabus Magdalena (wid Matthias), res 56 3d. 

Rabus May, tailoress J Rieg, bds 56 3d. 

Racht Albert, carriage trimmer L B Johns, bds n s Killea 2 w 
of Calhoun. 

Racht Arthur N, carriage trimmer L B Johns, res 164 E 
Wayne. 

Racht Joseph, sawyer N G Olds & Sons, res n s Killea 2 w of 
Calhoun. 

Racht Nicholas A, foreman L B Johns, res 164 E Wayne. 

Racine Aime, horse collar mnfr cor First and Cass, res 27 N 
Cass. 

Racine Frederick L, horse collar mnfr 36 N Cass, res 34 same. 



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Morgan & Beach, imperial plows. 

330 R. L. POLK & CO.'S 

Racine House, n e cor N Cass and 1st. 

Racine Jacob F, collavmaker Aime Racine, res 124 N Cass. 

Racine Jolin W, carpenter, rooms 18 W Columbia. 

Racine Virgil, laborer P, F W & C Ry, bds New Haven road. 

Radabaugh Mrs H A, milliner 11 E Columbia, res same. 

Rademaober Matthew, plasterer, res 119 Lafayette. 

Rady David, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 20 Bass. 

Raes George, laborer, bds John Emery. 

Raeubig Christian, res 153 E Lewis. 

Rahe August, molder Bass F & M Works, res 45 Gay. 

Rahe Frank H, cigarmaker A N Ehle, res 88 W Jefferson. 

Rahe John H, clerk, res 161 Broadway. 

Rahe Wm F, clerk Louis Fox, bds 245 W Washington. 

Raidlich Miss Lizzie, clerk A Mergentheim, bds 99 E Wayne. 

Raidy David, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 20 Bass. 

Raidy Miss Ella, dressmaker, bds 80 Hoagland ave. 

Raidy Peter J, dispatcher P, F W & C Ry, res 17 Taylor. 

Raidy Wm, laborer W, St L »& P Ry, res 80 Hoagland ave. 

Raifsnider Albert, yardmaster P, F W & C Ry, res 302 Har- 
rison. 

Raifsnider Jacob, res 82 Force. 

Raifsnider Sylvester, engineer Bass F & M Works, res 82 Force. 

Railing, see also Reehling, Rehlhig, JReiling and Ruehling. 

Railing Frederick, blacksmith P, F W & C Ry, res 126 Gay. 

Railing Lottie (wid Isaac), res 54 Barr. 

Railing Louis, blacksmith P, F W & C Ry, bds 126 Gay. 

Raiser George, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 46 W Berry. 

RanibO Benjamin W, Jeweler and Dealer in Sheet 
Music 98 Calhoun, res 124 W Washington. 

Rambo Illion K, clerk B W Rambo, bds 124 W Washington. 

Ramm Anton A, mortiser N G Olds & Sons, res 91 Laselle. 

Ramm Emil, machine hand Boseker, White & Co, bds 91 
Laselle. 

Ramm Louis J, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 97 Laselle. 

Ramsay Charles C, molder, res 89 Wells. 

Ramsay Joseph J, laborer, bds 89 Wells. 

Ramsey Alonzo W, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 107 Gay. 

Randall Franklin, civil engineer, bSs 115 E Berry. 

Randall Franklin P, Real Estate and Insurance Agt 
24 Clinton, res 115 E Berry. 

Randall Irwin, clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds 115 E Berry. 

Randall Louis, brakeman W, St L & P Ry, bds 69 Melita. 

Randall Perry A (Randall & Vesey), res s s Maple 3 w of 
Broadway. 

Randall & Vesey (Perry A Randall, Wm J Vesey), 
Lawyers 5, 6, 7 and 8 Foster Block. 



WaMeii, DMoiils ^ Jemlry 



Of every description. H. 
C. GRAFFE, Corner Cal- 
honn and Colambla Sts. 



FANCY SUITINGS mUKI DADIIC 16 W. Berry street, 
—A Specialty,— JUnlM llMDUO -FORT WAYNE- 



FOET WAYNE DIRECTORY. 



Randolph Henry, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 180 Greeley. 

Rank Christina, domestic M E Woodward. 

Rank Eli, laborer James Fox, res St Joe road. 

Rank John, finisher Boseker, White & Co, res n s Erie 3 w of 
Hanover. 

Ranke Henry (Ranke & Rehnen), rooms 55 W Wayne. 

Raiike Wm (Ranke, Yergens & Co), res 127 W Washington. 

Ranke, Yergens & Co (Wm Ranke, Wm Yergens, Fred 
Brandt), stave mnfrs s e cor W Superior and Griffith. 

Ranke & Rehnan (Henry Ranke, Martin Rehuan), saloon 77 
Calhoun. 

Rannells Edward R, auctioneer L P Stapleford, bds Oliver 
House. 

Ranney Anne (wid Robert), bds Wm Devlin. 

Ransom Lyman H, salesman Morgan & Beach, res 40 Garden. 

Ransom Newell H, clerk Morgan & Beach, bds 40 Garden. 

Rapp Christian G, res 107 Fairfield ave. 

Rapp John B, laborer S Bash & Co, res 1.3 Marion. 

Rapp Philip, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 37 Stophlet. 

Rapp Wm, gardener, res e s St Mary's ave n of Archer ave. 

Rapp W Henry, carpenter, res s s Boon 3 e of Centre. 

Raquet Christian (Krohne & Raquet), res 38 W Main. 

Raquet Julia, domestic W T McKean. 

Raquet Lottie, domestic 128 W Main. 

Raquet Peter, gunsmith C H Miller, res s w cor Archer ave 
and Meridian. 

Rasel Anna, domestic The Robinson. 

Rasser Frank, gardener, Cathedral Square. 

Rassett Miss Agnes, bds 200 Hauna. 

Rassett Mrs Alice, dressmaker, res 144 Pritohard. 

Rastetter liOnis, Mnfr of Buggy Bows, Coach and 
Carriage Panels and Clothes Racks 11 E Jefferson, res 
147 Calhoun. {See adv, p 83.) 

Rath August, vet surgeon 131 Griffith, res same. 

Rathert Amelia, midwife 51 Wilt, res same. 

Rathert Christian, blacksmith P, F W & C Ry, res 7 Summit. 

Rathert Frederick, bricklayer, res 51 Wilt. 

Rathert Henry, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 212 E Wash- 
ington. 

Rathert Henry C, apprentice T F Thieme, bds 212 E Wash- 
ington. 

Rothert Wm, clerk H W Mordhurst, bds 212 E Washington. 

Rattart August, baker Wm Getting, bds 362 Calhoun. 

Rau Casper (Lampert & Co), teamster C W Jacobs, res 299 E 
Washington. 

Rau Charles, clerk Lampert & Co, bds 299 E Washington. 

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Geo. De Wald & Co./-"' ""^ °°°°« 



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Raubig Charles, res 153 Lewis. 

Rauh Gustave A, plasterer, res 49 N Cass. 

Rauh Louise, teacher Training School, bds 49 N Cass. 

Rauh Matthias, clerk Root & Co, bds 49 Cass. 

Rauner Alois, laborer, res 50 Leith. 

Rauner Joseph, painter, res 126 Wilt. 

Rawles Frank W, student T E Ellison. 

Rawley Andrew, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 139 Griffith. 

Ray August, molder Bass F & M Works, res 45 Gay. 

Ray John, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res 60 Chicago. 

Ray Philip, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 361 W Main. 

Rayhouser Gedaliah I Z, printer The Newspaper Union, res s 

w cor St Mary's ave and Spring. 
Rayhouser Rufus C F, printer Ft Wayne Sentinel, res E 

Main beyond city limits. 
Rayle Thomas F, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds New York 

House. 
Raymond Frank, clerk S W Harmon, bds 578 Calhoun. 
Raymond George H, trimmer City Carriage Works, res 192 

Broadway. 
Raymond Henry, cigarmaker L Dessauer & Co, bds Hedekin 

House. 
Raymond Miss Lizzie, milliner A Mergentheim, bds 113 Barr. 
Reachling Charles, engineer G R & I R R, res 127 Wallace. 
Read, see also Heed and Reid. 
Read Asahel J, livery 18 W Wayne, res 16 same. 
Read Charles E, clerk Owen, Pixley & Co, res 23 W Wayne. 
Read Henry A, Livery Stable and Veterinary Surgeon 

66 Harrison, res 64 same. 
Reading Mrs Annie, bds 30 Wells. 

Ready John, brakeman F W, C & L R R, bds Racine House. 
Ready Wm, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 80 Hoagland. 
Reakers Charles E, clerk C W Buck, bds 110 W Washington. 
Reakers Clemence A, real estate agt, res 110 W Washington. 
Reakers Frank H, tailor, bds 110 W Washington. 
Rear James E, painter, bds 51 Williams. 
Rear Jesse, mach hand Olds' Wagon Works, bds 51 Williams. 
Rear Nicholas, wheel rimmer Olds' Wagon Works, res 51 

Williams. 
Reardon James, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds s w cor 

Thomas and Grant. 
Reaser John J, mach hand Horton Mnfg Co, res 354 W 

Main. 
Rebar Joseph, expressman, bds 377 E Washington. 
Reber Thomas, engineer G R & I R R, res 156 Taylor. 
Reckers Bernard J, carpenter, res 122 Ewing. 



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Ln Ulll I Recognizes no competition in Artistic Wall and 
I Ui nuLL OeHing DEOOEATION. SS^ 90 Oalhomi Street. 

FOKT WAYNE DIEBCTOBT. 333 

Rector Samuel, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Tremont 

House. 
Redaker James, helper W, St L & P Ry, bds 139 Griffith. 
Redaker Wm, bds 139 Griffith. 
Redding Mrs Nettie, res 96 Barr. 
Reddy Winifred, chambermaid Aveline House. 
Redelsheimer Sigmund, res 88 W Main. 
Reed, see also Bead and JRekl. 
Reed Edward, clerk The Robinson. 
Reed James S, clerk S Freiburger & Bro, res 66 Wilt. 
Reed John J, carpenter, res 323 W Jeiferson. 
Reed Margaret (wid Isaac N), housekeeper Charles Buck. 
Reed Mary, domestic 200 W Berry. 

Reed Tliomas E, carp P, F W & C Ry, bds 139 Griffith. 
Reed Thomas L, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 9 Sturgis. 
Reed Wesley, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res Crestline, O. 
Reed Wm D, hostler J C Brinsley, bds same. 
Reed Mrs W W, Proprietress The Robinson, Harrison 

head of Columbia. 
Reeder John, plasterer, res s w cor Hood and P, F W & C Ry. 
Reehling, see also Railing, Rehling, Reiling and Ruehling. 
Reehling Catharine (wid Conrad), res 97 Madison. 
Reehling Conrad, engineer G R & I R R, res 127 Wallace. 
Reehling John H, constable, res 222 Madison. 
Reeps Charles F W, cabinetmaker P, F W & C Ry, res 74 

W DeWald. 
Reese Charles, Grocer 70 Ban-, res 131 Montgomery. 
Reese Charles, painter, bds Oliver House. 
Reese Frederick C, manager Peters' Box & Lumber Go's fur- 
niture rooms, res 30 Lavina. 
Reffelt Charles, painter Reinewald Bros, bds 225 E Madison. 
Reffelt Rudolph, carpenter, res 235 Madison. 
Reffelt William, painter Chauvey Bros, bds 235 Madison. 
Regedanz Charles, clerk Meyer Bros & Co, res n w cor High 

and Wells. 
Regel Henry E, mach Bass F & M Works, bds 88 E Wayne. 
Regel Herman, mach Bass F & M Works, bds 88 E Wayne. 
Regel Mary (wid Henry), res 88 E Wayne. 
Reglich Lizzie, clerk A Mergentheim, bds 99 E Wayne. 
Rehling, see also Railing, Reehling, Reiling and Ruehling. 
Rehling Ernst, foreman boilermaker W, StL& P Ry, res 161 

E Lewis. 
Rehling Frederick, blacksmith P, FW & C Ry, res 126 Gay. 
Rehling Frederick H, boilermaker W, St L & P Ry, bds 161 

E Lewis. 
Rehling Henry, boilermaker W, St L & P Ry, res 139 E Lewis. 

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Rehling John, helper Bass F «fc M Works, res 93 Smith. 
Rehling Lewis, hlacksmith P, F W & C Ry, res 126 Gay. 
Rehling Sophie, domestic 106 E Washington. 
Rehling Wm, bender Boseker, White & Co, res 354 E Wash- 
ington. 
Rehm Christian, res 247 W Washington. 
Rehm Elizabeth (wid Peter), bds 56 3d. 
Rehra Sophia (wid John), res 33 Charles. ■ 
Rehnen Bernard, bookkeeper A C Trentman, res 64 W Wayne. 
Rehnen Henry, mason, bds 64 W Wayne. 
Rehnen Martin (Ranke & Rehnen), bds 64 W Wayne. 
Rehrer Thomas J, engineer, res 150 Taylor. 
Reichart John, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 95 Clay. 
Reid, see also Mead and Heed. 

Reid Adam D, blacksmith L C Zollinger, res 178 W Berry. 
Reid Arthur A, clerk P, F W & C Ry, res 178 W Berry. 
Reid Charles S, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 178 W Berry. 
Reid Clement C, caller P, F W & C Ry, bds 178 W Berry. 
Reid Frederick (Kyle & Reid), rooms 75 Calhoun. 
Reider Frank, laborer Powers & Barnett. 
Reider F Wm, foreman W, St L & P Ry, res 148 Taylor. 
Reidt Bernard H, caller P, F W & C Ry, bds 407 E Lewis. 
Reidt John, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res s w cor Laselle and 

Warsaw. 
Reidt John H, res 407 E Lewis. 

Reidt John H jr, laborer P, F W & C Ry, bds 407 E Lewis. 
Reidt J Bernard, fireman G R & I R R, res 407 E Lewis. 
Reidt Wm J, machinist N G Olds & Sons, bds 407 E Lewis. 
Reifine Jonathan, laborer, res 138 Calhoun. 
Reihl Edward, painter W, St L & P Ry, res 21 Force. 
Reiley Wm H, night engineer Ft Wayne Jenney Electric 

Light Co. 
Reiling, see also Railing, Meehling, Rehling and Ruehling. 
Reiling^ August, Machinist and Manufacturer of Jail 

Locks 70 Pearl cor Ewing, res same. {See adv,j). 99.) 
Reiling August W, machinist F W Electric Light Co, res 387 

E Washington. 
Reiling Frederick R, mach hand Hoffman Bros, bds 111 Wilt. 
Reilinor Frederick W, carpenter Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 

Washington House. 
Reiling Henry, teamster Moderwell & Clayton, res St Mary's. 
Reilly, see also Riley. 
Reilly James A, dairyman, res w s Walton ave 2 s of E 

Lewis. 
Reilly Peter, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 56 Douglas ave. 
Reily Tom A, clerk P, F W & C Ry, res 221 E Wayne. 



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FOET WAYNE DIRECTORY. 335 

Reineke Frederick J, teacher Fort Wayne Conservatory of 
Music, res 103 Barf. 

Reineke Frederick J, upholsterer Peters' Box & Lumber Co, 
res 35 Barr. 

Reinemeyer John D, blacksmith Olds' Wagon Works, res 125 
E DeWald. 

Reinewald Carrie, seamstress, bds n w cor Hanover and Erie. 

Reinewald George H, foreman RC Reinewald, bds 328 S Har- 
rison. 

Reinewald Henry W, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res n e cor 
Erie and Hanover. 

Reinewald Henry W, druggist 286 Calhoun, bds 328 Harrison. 

Reinewald John M, foreman Chauvey Bros, res 82 Williams. 

Reinewald Rudolph C, Cigar Mnfr and Dealer in 
Tobacco, Cigars and Smokers' Articles 178 Calhoun, res 
328 Harrison. {See adv, back of page opp inside back 
cover.) 

Reinewald Wm C, cigarmaker C Wenninghoff, res cor Han- 
over and Erie. 

Reinewald Wm F, mach W, St L & P Ry, res 328 Harrison. 

Reinewald Wra H, molder Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 328 
S Hai'rison. 

Reinhardt, see also Rinehart. 

Reinhardt Adam A, cashier, bds 256 E Washington. 

Reinhardt Henry, brickmaker A Koehler, bds same. 

Reinhardt Matthias, shoemaker 256 E Washington, res same. 

Reinholt Louis, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 63 Buchanan. 

Reiniche Julian, machine hand N G Olds & Sons, bds 68 
Laselle. 

Reiniche Miss Mary A, bds 68 Laselle. 

Reinkensmeier Christian F, grocer 141 Broadway, res 217 W 
Jefferson. 

Reinking Augusta, domestic 64 Harrison. 

Reiuking Conrad, clerk August Huxoll, bds 90 Barr. 

Reinking Ernst, carpenter Kraft & Co, bds 338 Broadway. 

Reinking Wm, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 15 Stui-gis. 

Reipps Charles, painter Reinewald Bros, bds Clifton House. 

Reiter Frederick, produce dealer, res 92 W Jefferson. 

Reiter George, Cigar Manufacturer 30 Calhoun, res 
99 W Main. 

Reiter Henry C H, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 188 W 
DeWald. 

Reiter John, drayman Thorward & Dendel, res 54 Wall. 

Reiter John F, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 323 W Wash- 
ington. 

Reiter J Henry, res n s DeWald 1 w of Broadway. 

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Reiter Louisa, tailoress F Kayser, bds .323 W Washington. 

Reiter Scott, cigarmaker George Reiter, res 259 E Wash- 
ington. 

Reiter Theresa (wid Anthony), bds 24 Locust. 

Reiter Wm, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 148 Taylor. 

Reiter Win M, carpenter W, St L & P Ry, res 49 Wall. 

Reiter Winfield S, cigarmaker George Reiter, res 259 E Wash- 
ington. 

Reithardt John, laborer P, F W & C Ry, bds 122 Clay. 

Reitnouer Jacob F, driver Adams Ex Co, res 42 Allen. 

Reitnouer Jeremiah B, lab P, F W & C Ry, bds 42 Allen. 

Reitnouer Margaret (wid Peter), bds 42 Allen. 

Reitze Augusta G, teacher Hanna School, bds 255 W Wayne. 

Reitze Gertrude (wid Tobias), res 255 W Wayne. 

Reitze John B, letter carrier postoffice, res 59 E Wayne. 

Reitze Wm F, teller Ft Wayne National Bank, res' 286 W 
Washington. 

Reitzel George, paperhanger Wm Yergens, bds 79 W Jef- 
ferson. 

Rekers Bernard, clerk G Rekers, bds 114 W Washington. 

Rekers Charles E, clerk C W Buck, bds 110 W Washington 

Rekers Clemens A, notary public 7 E Wayne, res 20 W Lewis' 

Rekers Clemehs A jr, clerk L Schirmeyer & Co, res 20 W 
Lewis. 

Rekers Gerhard, grocer 116 W Washington, res 114 same. 

Remmart Herman, laborer F W, C & L R R, res 30 3d. 

Remmel Caleb L, engineer W, St L & P Ry, res 143 Griffith. 

Remmert Herman, car repairer L S & M S Ry, res 30 3d. 

Remmert Herman J, asst supt Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, res 157 
W Washington. 

Remus Julius E, pedler, res 442 Broadway. 

Renfrew Benton B, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 272 W 
Jefferson. 

Renfrew Miss Marv A, bds 41 Force. 

Renfrew Ray K, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 41 Force. 

Renfrew Robert G, foreman N G Olds & Sons, res 156 Wal- 
lace. 

Renken Christian, laborer, bds 15 Hough. 

Renner George A, salesman Keil & Bro, res 93 W Wash- 
ington. 

Renney Henry, laborer, res w s Spy Run ave n of brickyard. 

Renney Wm H, painter, bds 248 Calhoun. 

Rensman Bernard, salesman A C Trentraan, res 47 Walnut. 

Rentschler Charles F, watchman P, F W & C Ry, bds 48 
Wall. 

Rentschler David, boltcutter P, F W & C Ry, res 48 Wall. 



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ENCE OF OVEB 20 lEABS . 

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the CITY OF FORT -WAYNE. 



FOBT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 337 

Rentschler Philip J, boltcutter P, F W & C Ry, bds 48 Wall. 
Renz Adam, laborer N G Olds &Sons, res 257 E Washington. 
Renz Alexander J, clerk George DeWald & Go, bds 257 

E Washington. 
Repine John, yardmaster P, F W & C Ry, res 71 Smith. 
Repp Frederick, carpenter Kraft & Co, bds 53 Douglas ave. 
Reppa Frederick, mason, res 176 Madison. 
Retz Julia, cook 74 Barr. 
Reuss John B, traveling agent C L Centlivre, res n end 

Spy Run ave. 
Rev Henry, bricklayer, res 294 W Jefferson. 
Reynolds Elizabeth (wid John), res 75 Douglas ave. 
Reynolds Flora D (wid Frank), res 115 Lafayette. 
Reynolds Wm H, ironworker G FMuhler, bds Hedekin House. 
Reynolds Wm J, bds 75 Douglas ave. 

Rheim Gustave, lab Lindenwood Gemetery, bds P Beyerlein. 
Rhine Ghristian, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 173 Jackson. 
Rhine Ghristian jr, helper W, St L & P Ry, bds 173 Jackson. 
Rhine Frederick, 'bds 62 Wall. 

Rhinesmith Elizabeth (wid George), res 231 W Wayne. 
Rhinesmith George, shipping clerk Rhinesmith & Simonson), 

bds 231 W Wayne. 
Rhinesmith John (Rhinesmith & Simonson), res 231 W 

Wayne. 
Rhinesmith & Simonson (John Rhinesmith, James 

H Simonson), Lumber, Sash, Doors, Blinds and Planing 

Mill, Retail Office 21 W Columbia, Factory s w cor 

Lafayette and \V, St L & P Ry. 
Rhoades Daniel W, fireman P, F W «fc C Ry, res e s Walton 

ave 2 s of Diamond. 
Rhoades Isaac, blacksmith, bds e s Walton ave 2 s of 

Diamond. 
Rhodawald Lena, domestic 75 W Berry. 
Rhodes Ghapman (col'd), brakeman P, F W & G Ry, res 292 E 

Wayne. 
Rhodes George, barber 243 Galhoun, bds 248 same. 
Rhodes Robert (col'd),' brakeman P, F W & G Ry, res 153 

Hanna. 
Riblet Frank E, clerk' Root & Go, bds e s Harmer bet Lewis 

and 'Madison. 
Rice Benjamin F, farmer, res s s Pontiac opp Smith. 
Rich Edwin, meat market 17 W Berry, res 25 W Jefferson. 
Richard Ghristian G, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 129 

Francis. 
Richard David J, helper Kerr Murray Mnfg Go, res w s 

Smith 2 s of E Creighton ave. 

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& Beach. 



Locks and Trimmings. 



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Richard George C, billposter, res 101 Barr. 

Richard James C, machine hand N G Olds & Sons, bds w s 

Smith 2 s of E Creighton ave. 
Richard Joseph D, brakeman P, P W & C Ry, bds w s Smith 

2 s of E Creighton ave. 
Richard Philip T, warehouse foreman N G Olds & Sons, res 

218 E Washington. 
Richards Andrew K, res 129 3d. 
Richards Catherine (wid Wm), res w s Calhoan 4 s of 

Pontiac. 
Richards Elwood A, carriage painter, bds w s Calhoun 4 b of 

Pontiac. 
Richards Franklin B, machine hand Olds' Wagon Works, res 

rear 88 Madison. 
Richards John B, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 89 Force. 
Richards Louis, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res 29 Smith. 
Richards Louisa (wid Henry), res 129 Wells. 
Richards Orian, clerk W H Miller, bds 129 W 3d. 
Richards Rupert, deliverer W H Miller, bds 129 W 3d. 
Richards Silas W, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res 28 Buchanan. 
Richel Maggie, domestic 130 Harrison. 
Richey Amos, clerk, res 87 W Main. 
Richey Otho R, laborer, res 184 Francis. 
Rick George, brewer C L Centlivre, bds Thomas Hunt. 
Rider Bertha, waiter Aveline House. 
Rider Frank, hostler H A Read, bds John Draker. 
Rider John, teamster W H Brown, bds 73 Holman. 
Rider Martin, laborer P, F W & C Ry, bds 35 John. 
Ridley Daniel (col'd), barber 52 Barr, res same. 
Ridley John R (col'd), barber 32 E Columbia, res same. 
Riedasch Elizabeth, domestic 216 W Wayne. 
Riedel George, helper P, F W & C Ry, res s e cor Pontiac 

and Force. 
Riedel John, machine hand N G Olds & Sons, bds s e cor 

Pontiac and Force. 
Riedel John, teacher St Paul's German Lutheran School, res 

196 Barr. 
Riedel John M, clerk B S Tolan, bds 176 Barr. 
Rieder George, helper P, F W & C Ry, res e s Force 3 s of 

Creighton ave. 
Riedle Anton, saloon 185 Fairfield ave, res same. 
Riedmiller Charles, hostler G P Barnum, bds 91 E Columbia. 
Riedmiller Charles J, with J M Riedmiller, bds same. 
Riedmiller John M, Propr Buckeye Bottling Works 

s e cor Taylor and Eagle, res same. 
Riedmiller John M jr, with J M Riedmiller, bds same. 

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FOET WATNE DIEECTOBY. 339 

Riedmiller Miss Julia E, bds J M Riedmiller. 

Rieff Mary, domestic 46 W Berry. 

Rieg Anthony, laborer, bds 225 Calhoun. 

Rie^ Joseph, Tailor, Clothes Cleaner and Repairer 137 
Calhoun, res same. (See <tdv, p 218.) 

Rieg Louis, brickmaker A Ormiatou &, Bro, bds Lewis 
Ormiston. 

Riegel Alexander, bartender Harry Hamraill, rooms 6 E Col- 
umbia. 

Riehl Frank, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 36 W Main. 

Rieke Henry S, wagonmaker 116 W Main, res 76 Union. 

Rieman August, porter A C Trentman, res 278 E Washington. 

Ries Philip A, tailor, res 365 E Washington. 

Rietdorf Ernst J, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 
284 Webster. 

Riethmiller August (G Riethmiller & Son), res s e cor Broad- 
way and Taylor. 

Riethmiller George (G Riethmiller & Son), res 28 Lavina. 

Riethmiller George, truckman P, F W & C Ry, res n w cor 
Taylor and Lavina ave. 

Riethmiller George & Son (George and August), grocers s e 
cor Broadway and Taylor. 

Riethmiller Wm, bartender Edward Mannock, bds 96 Broad- 
way. 

Riggins James M, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, res cor Lake 
and Franklin ave. 

Riggins Jessee M, coalheaver NY, C »& St L Ry, res n e cor 
Lake and Franklin ave. 

Righter Joseph O, asst yardmaster P, F W & C Ry, res s s 
Horace 2 e of Thomas. 

Rihm Philip F, housemover, bds s w cor Lafayette and Leith. 

Riker Mrs Almira, res Fort Wayne College. 

Riker Edward G, clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds Ft Wayne 
College. 

Riley, see also Reilly. 

Riley Thomas, porter Aveline House. 

Riley Wm H, engineer Ft Wayne Jenny Electric Light Co, 
res 68 Maumee road. 

Riling Ada, bds 340 W Jefferson. 

Riling Frederick, laborer, bds 111 Wilt. 

Riling Mrs Margaret, res 111 Wilt. 

Rinehart, see also Reinhardt. 

Rinehart Adam T, cashier J B White, bds 256 E Washington. 

Rinehart Calvin, wheelfacer N G Olds &Sons, bds 70 George. 

Rinehart John A, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 10 Pontiac. 

Rinehart Lizzie, domestic 48 Walter. 

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Rinehart Louisa (wid John), res s s Pontiao 6 e of Calhoun. 

Rinehart Stephen, lab Bass F & M Works, bds 297 E Wayne. 

Ringler Charles, baker C Hoffner, bds .37 W Berry. 

Rintz John, clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds 429 E Washington. 

Rippe Charles with Rippe & Son, bds 91 Wilt. 

Rippe Christian (Rippe & Son), res 91 Wilt. 

Rippe Christian H, carp Cochrane & Humphrey, res 89 Wilt. 

Rippe Frederick C (Rippe & Son), bds 91 Wilt. 

Rippe Mary, domestic 284 W Berry. 

Rippe Wm, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 9 Jones. 

Rippe & Son (Christian and Frederick C), livery 86 Broadway. 

Rissing August, shoemaker L Fortriede, res 53 N Cass. 

Rissing John H, cabinetmaker D N Foster, res 123 High. 

Rissing Magdalene (wid John), bds 123 High. 

Ritter Benjamin F, clerk, res 393 E Washington. 

Ritter Miss Bertha, bds 116 E Creighton ave. 

Ritter Eliza (wid Henry), bds 19 Williams. 

Ritter Ellen, domestic 102 Broadway. 

Ritter Jacob, mach P,F W& CRy, res 116 E Creighton ave. 

Ritter Jacob jr, tailor P J Ritter, bds 65 High. 

Ritter Jessie, domestic 103 W Superior. 

Ritter Miss Mollie, tailoress J Reig, bds 65 High. 

Ritter Philip J, merchant tailor 141 Calhoun, res 65 High. 

Ritter Sarah, domestic A Bond. 

Roach David, blacksmith W, St L & P Ry, bds 6 Kansas. 

Roach James, laborer, res 60 Baker. 

Robach John, laborer, res 101 Maumee road. . 

Robbe Alphonse F, truckman L S & M S Ry, res n w cor Barr 
and Superior. 

Robbins Charles G, millwright Bass F & M Works, res 185 
Hanna. 

Robbins Charles S, porter Avreline House. 

Robbins John, trav agt Morgan & Beach, res 214 E Wayne. 

Robbins John E, constable, res 20 Murray. 

Roberts Charles, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res s e cor Cal- 
houn and Holman. 

Roberts David, blksmith Olds' Wagon Works, bds 5 Railroad. 

Roberts Emma, waiter Mayer House. 

Roberts George I, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 392 
Calhoun. 

Roberts Lizzie, waiter Mayer House. 

Roberts Miss Mary, bds 222 W Washington. 

Robertson Louisa (wid Wm), res 86 Brackenridge. 

Robertson Robert, blacksmith Olds' Wagon Works, bds 301 
Calhoun. 

Robertson Robert S (Robertson & Harper), res 179 W Berry. 

Uhht^ Rl RRn ^^^^ Chamber and Toilet Sets at low 



prices, at No. 5 East Columbia Street. 



L/^ T T T T T T Wall Paper, Paints and 
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Robertson &. Harper (Robert S Robertson, James B 

Harper), Lawyers 62 Calhoun. 
Robinson Miss Ella A, bds 395 Lafayette. 
Robinson Frank P, spoke driver Boseker, White & Co, res e 

end E Wayne. 
Robinson The, Mrs W W Reed Proprietor, Harris n 

Head Columbia. 
Robinson Wm C, molder Bass F & M Works, res 84 Summit. 
Robinson Wilson J, machinist FW,C & LRR, res 164 Wells. 
Robison David A, res 286 E Washington. 
Robison Frank, teamster, bds Wm D Baker. 
Robison Lydia S (wid Thomas T), bds 50 W Superior. 
Robv Alphonse, cleik F W,C & L R R, bds 65 E Superior. 
Roche David, helper W, St L & P Ry, bds 60 Chicago. 
Roche James, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 60 Baker. 
RochoU Eugene A, clerk, bds 53 Walton ave. 
Rockemanri Henry C, fireman N G Olds & Sons, res 143 

Wallace. 
Robinson George, brakeman G R & I R R, res 241 E Wayne. 
Robinson George, bookkeeper, bds 106 Barr. 
Robinson Henry, teamster J D Gumpper, res 110 Chicago. 
Robinson Isabelle (wid David A), res 62 Madison. 
Robinson James M, lawyer s w cor Main and Calhoun, res 62 

Madison. 
Robinson Scott, teamster F L Racine, res 36 N Cass. 
Rocholl Matilda (wid Morris A), res 53 Walton ave. 
Rocholl Theodore J, barber H Guenther, bds 21 Walton ave. 
Rocholl Valentine C, blacksmith, bds 53 Walton ave. 
Rockeman Christian H, fireman N G Olds & Sons, res 143 

Wallace. 
Rocklull Emily (wid Wm), res 295 W Wayne. 
Rockhill Wm W, City Clerk City Hall, res 71 W 

Wayne. 
Rodabaugh Adam, watchman P, F W & C Ry, res 311 

Harrison. 
Rodabaugh Mrs H A, milliner 11 E Columbia, res same. 
Rodabaugh John F, lawyer 60 Calhoun, bds Mrs McCrim- 

mins. 
Rodabaugh Thomas J, foreman painter P, F W & C Ry, res 

216 W Jefferson. 
Rodeheaver Horace S, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 131 

Holman. 
Rodeman Frederick, teamster N G Olds & Sons, res 325 E 

Washington. 
Rodenbeck Charles, helper P, F W & C Ry. bds 276 E 

Lewis. 



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342 R. L. POLK & CO.'S 

Rodenbeck Charles, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 168 E 
Lewis. 

Rodenbeck Charles W, helper W, St L & P Ry, bds 67 Mad- 
ison. 

Rodenbeck Christian, carpenter, res 513 E Lewis. 

Rodenbeck Conrad, lab Bass F & M Works, res 168 E Lewis. 

Rodenbeck Miss Emma, hairworker, bds 67 Madison. 

Rodenbeck Frederick H, boilermaker Bass F & M Works, res 
210 E Jefferson. 

Rodenbeck Fredericka, seamstress, bds 67 Madison. 

Rodenbeck Henry, blacksmith Bass F & M Works, res 345 E 
Lewis. 

Rodenbeck Sophia, domestic 251 W Main. 

Rodenbeck Wm, helper W, St L & P Rv, res 67 E Madison. 

fiodenbeck Wm, lab P, F W & C Ry, bds 168 E Lewis. 

Rodenbeck Wm, teamster, bds 77 W Superior. 

Rodenbeck Wm C F, harnessmaker F Hilt, bds 67 Madison. 

Rodenbeck Wm H F, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 18 Jones. 

Rodenberg Henry, blacksmith P, F W & C Ry, res 59 Gay. 

Rodenberg Lizzie, domestic 209 Barr. 

Rodenberg Wm, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 59 Gay. 

Rodewald Herman, carpenter, bds 31 Lavina. 

Rodgers, see also Rogers. 

Rodgers Andrew, foreman N G Olds & Sons, bds Harmon 
House. 

Rodgers Frederick, telegraph operator, bds 238 Calhoun. 

Roebuck Asa, laborer Bass F & M Works, res s s Purman 1 e 
of Warsaw. 

Roeger Charles, teamster, res w s St Mary's ave 3 n of Lake. 

Roehm Christian, laborei-, res rear 318 Lafayette. 

Roehrs Henry, expressman, res 261 W Jefferson. 

Roehrs Margaret (wid Henry), bds 261 W Jefferson. 

Roelle George F, policeman, res 17 W Jefferson. 

Roelle Jacob, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 154 Calhoun. 

Roelle Miss Nellie, candy packer Louis Fox, bds 17 W Jef- 
ferson. 

Roelle Peter, bds 156 Calhoun. 

Roelle Susan (wid Francis), res 156 Calhoun. 

Roembke, see also Rombke. 

Roembke August, helper W, St L & P Ry, bds 75 Wilt. 

Roembke August H, clerk Root & Co, bds 75 Wilt. 

Roembke Ernst, helper W, St L & P Ry, res w s Calhoun 5 s 
of Pontiac. 

Roembke Ernst H, blacksmith P, F W & C Ry, res 100 Smith. 

Roembke Frederick, machine hand Olds' Wagon Works, res 
47 Wilt. 

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Roembke Frederick H, porter P, F W & C Ry, res 47 Wilt. 

Roembke Henry J E, janitor Court House, res 75 Wilt. 

Roembke Sophie, domestic P A Randall. 

Roembke Wm, teamster, bds 103 Erie. 

Roemermann Henry, laborer, bds 143 Broadway. 

Roemermann Henry F W, laborer, res 143 Broadway. 

Roepke Amelia, domestic B S Thompson. 

Roepke Charles W, pedler, res 21- Barthold. 

Roepke Ernest, carpenter, bds 59 Maumee road. 

Roepke Lena, domestic 66 Douglas ave. 

Roesener Henry C F, clerk JAM Storm, res 35 Stophlet. 

Roesener H Frederick, blacksmith s w cor Taylor and Broad- 
way, res 61 Stophlet. 

Roesler Miss Ida, clerk Root & Co, bds 116 W Jefferson. 

Roesler Michael, bottler J M Riedrailler, bds same. 

Rogan Wm, blacksmith Olds' Wagon Works, bds 301 Calhoun. 

Rogers, see also Rodgers. 

Rogers Alexander, laborer, bds 215 Wells. 

Rogers Alexander P, laborer Rhinesmith & Simonson, res -22 
Laselle. 

Rogers Miss Almira C, bds 22 Laselle. 

Rogers Azel A, newsdealer, confectionery and cigars Post- 
office Building, res 79 W Main. 

Rogers Mrs Belle, houskeeper 113 W Berry. 

Rogers Edgar D, shipping clerk Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 
79 W Main. 

Rogers Elmer H, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 17 Samuel. 

Rogers Frank, laborer, bds 22 Laselle. 

Rogei^s Frederick H, bookkeeper, bds 79 W Main. 

Rogers, Lewis & Co (estate of Wm Rogers, Milford Lewis), 
saddlery hardware 31 E Columbia, George H Wilson 
receiver. 

Rogers Martha (wid Wm H), res 164 W Berry. 

Rogers Nora (wid Alanson), seamstress, res 162 E Jefferson. 

Rogers Thomas C, treasurer N G Olds & Sons, res 64 E 
Jefl"erson, 

Rogers Warren, laborer, bds 22 Lasselle. 

Rogers Wm H, asst foreman boilerraaker P, F W & C Ry, 
res 162 E Lewis. 

Rogge August, truckman P, F W & C Ry, bds 52 McClellan. 

Rogge Frederick, coremaker Bass F & M Works, res Vorder- 
' mark's addition e of city limits. 

Rogge Wm R, carpenter W, St L & P Ry, res 52 McClellan. 

Rohan John H, foreman finishing dept Ft Wayne Orgab Co, 
res w s Fairfield ave 4 s of W Creighton ave. 

Rohlfiug Edward, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 15 Horn. 

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Rohlmann Elizabeth K (wid Wm), janitress West German 
School, res 14 Fairfield ave. 

Rohlmann Henry F, painter P, F W & C Ry, bds 14 Fair- 
field ave. 

Rohrbach John, laborer Coombs & Co, res n e cor Maumee 
ave and Walter. 

Rohrer Frank, cigarmaker H W Ortmann, bds 36 Wells. 

Rohrer John, chairmaker, res 36 Wells. 

Rohrer Mary, bookbinder, bds 36 Wells. 

Rohrer Wm, blacksmith F W, C & L R R, res 30 Wells. 

Robs Henry (Rohs & Erne), res n w cor Washington and 
Walton ave. 

Rohs & Eme (Henry Rohs, Claude F Eme), dry goods 13 
Columbia. 

Rohyans Gesina (wid Christian), res 345 E Washington. 

Rohyans John N, clerk P, F W & C Ry, res 8 Erie. 

Rohyans Mary, seamstress, bds 345 E Washington. 

Rohyans Rosa, seamstress, bds 345 E Washington. 

Rohyans Wm, caller P, F W & C Ry, bds 34 5 E Washington. 

Rolape Angeline (wid John), res 157 E Washington. 

Rolape Benjamin H, mach Rhinesmith & Simonson, bds 157 
E Washington. 

Rolape Bernard, laborer, bds 157 E Washington. 

Rolape John B, laborer, bds 157 E Washington. 

Rolf August W, file maker C C Miller, bds 53 Wall. 

Rolf Frederick A, mason, res 53 Wall. 

Rolla Caroline, domestic 16 Wilt. 

Rollinger John, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry. 

Rolshaus Henry, cigarmaker A N Ehle, res 393 E Wayne. 

Romary Armand, laborer, res w s Glasgow ave 2 s of E Wash- 
ington. 

Romary Joseph A, clerk Morgan & Beach, bds 387 E Wayne. 

Romary Joseph J, clerk Morgan & Beach, res 387 E Wayne. 

Rombke, see also Roembke. 

Rombke Andrew, blacksmith, res 169 Holman. 

Rombke Frederick, baggageman P, F W & C Ry, res 47 Wilt. 

Rombke Henry, broommaker 68 Madison, res same. 

Rombold Lena (wid Gottlieb), res 55 Wilt. 

Romer Rev Charles, asst pastor St Mary's Church, bds 234 E 
Jefferson. 

Romermann Henry, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 143 S Broad- 
way. 

Romey Munuel C, produce, res 148 Maumee ave. 

Romy Alfred, city dairy, res w s Hanover 1 n of N Y, C tfe 
St L Ry. 

Romy Charles, clerk, res 148 Maumee road. 



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Rondot Charles A, fireman N T, C & St L Ry, bds 22 Fair- 
field ave. 

Rondot Eugene, bartender F Rossellot, bds 14 E Columbia. 

Rondot FeHx, laborer N Leonard & Son, bds N Leonard. 

Rondot Joseph E, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 32 Summit. 

Rondot Julius, fireman G R & I R R, res 22 Fairfield ave. 

Roney Julia (wid John), bds 131 Lafayette. 

Ronk Wm, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds Sallier House. 

Root Darwin S, clerk L Bash & Co, bds cor W Washington 
and Jackson. 

Root Herbert V, manager Coombs & Co's lumber yard, res 43 
Harmer. 

Root John E, foreman The Newspaper Union, bds The Robin- 
son. 

Root Lewis B (Root & Co), res New York City. 

Root "Valentine, traveling agt, res 235 W Washington. 

Root & Co (Lewis B Root, Ernst C Rurode, Edward F 
Carry), Wholesale and Retail Dry Goods, Carpets and 
Oil Cloths, 46 .and 48 Calhoun. 

Ropa Frederick, mach hand P, F W & C Ry, res 86 Force. 

Ropa Frederick, machinist Bass F & M Works, bds 27 Wall. 

Ropa Herman, riveter Bass F & M Works, bds 27 Wall. 

Ropa Wm, clerk Owen, Pixley & Co, res 27 Wall. 

Ropa Wm, buyer Bass F & M Works, res 27 Wall. 

Rorth John, painter, bds 74 Barr. 

Roscher Diedrich W, teacher, res 331 W Jefferson. 

Rose Charles, blacksmith L C Zollinger, bds 15 E Superior. 

Rose Charles D, propr City Steam Dye House 68 E Main, i-es 
same. 

Rosenberger Charles, saloon 104 Calhoun, res same. 

Rosenberger Charles, painter P, F W & C Ry, res 64 Charles. 

Rosenberger Charles F, finisher N G Olds & Sons, bds 64 
Charles. 

Rosenberger Miss Eliza T, bds 64 Charles. 

Rosenberger Frank C, finisher N G Olds & Sons, res 33 Buch- 
anan. 

Rosenthal Ehpraim, sale stable rear Custer House, res 60 W 
Main. 

Rosenthal Max, wh cigars 24 E Columbia, res 105 W Wayne. 

Rosenthal Minnie, clerk A Mergentheim, bds 60 W Main. 

Rosier Agatha (wid Henry), res 116 W Jefferson. 

Ross Ada, domestic Oliver House. 

Ross Adella V, teacher Jefferson School, bds 66 Wilt. 

Ross Charles E, conductor, rooms 55 E Wayne. 

Ross fteorge A, Physician and Surgeon 15 E Wash- 
ington, res same. 

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Ross James P, meat market 42 E Columbia, res 63 Wells. 

Ross John B, engineer W, St L & P Ry, bds 18 Brackenridge. 

Ross John E, report clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds 15 E Wash- 
ington. 

Ross John R, solicitor S C Lurabard, bds 169 Jackson. 

Ross Judson K, butcher J P Ross, bds 63 Wells. 

Ross Martha (wid Donald), res 18 Brackenridge. 

Ross Wilbert A, clerk J P Ross, bds 63 Wells. 

Ross Wra M, clerk, bds 18 Brackenridge. 

Rossa Mary (wid Conrad), bds 264 Webster. 

Rossellot Frederick, saloon 14 E Columbia, res same. 

Rossington Miss Anna, bds 117 Madison. 

Rossington Julia (wid Wm), bds 117 Madison. 

Rossington Rodolphus B (John Wilson & Co), 
Cashier P, F W & C Ry, res 117 Madison. 

Rossington Wm W, condtr P, F W & C Ry, res 228 E Lewis. 

Ross-Lewin Edward A, foreman N G Olds & Sons, res 89 E 
Lewis. 

Rosslow Catherine (wid Peter), res 16 Barthold. 

Rossmann August, laborer French, Hanna & Co, res rear 77 W 
Superior. 

Rost John, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 38 Charles. 

Rost John T, furnaceman P, F W & C Ry, res 38 Charles. 

Roterick Dell, painter, bds 74 Barr. 

Roth Miss Allele, Teacher Modern Languages West- 
minster Home School, bds 251 W Main. 

Roth Bernhardt, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 20 Force. 

Roth Frederick, stonecutter, res 107 Wilt. 

Roth George, laborer, res 37 Wells. 

Roth John, tinner P, F W & C Ry, bds 20 Force. 

Rothefluoh Herman J, timekeeper Bass F & M Works, bds J 
J Studor. 

Rothenberger Frederick J, tinner P, F W & C Ry, res 118 
Jackson. 

Rothenberger George, painter P, F W & C Ry, res 1 1 8 Ewing. 

Rothschild Aaron, clothing, bds 68 W Berry. 

Rothschild Benjamin (Rothschild & Bros), res 88 W Main. 

Rothschild Henry, res 98 W Berry. 

Rothschild Joseph, clerk Rothschild & Bro, bds 88 W Main. 

Rothschild Solomon (Rothschild & Bro), res 68 W Berry. 

Rothschild & Bro (Solomon and Benjamin), clothing 73 Col- 
umbia. 

Rousch Nicholas, brickmaker, bds w s Calhoun 1 s of Killea. 

Rousseau Miss Mabel C, student Ft Wayne Conservatory of 
Music, bds 105 W Berry. 

Rousset Augustine, housekeeper Cathedral Square. 



H. C. GRAFFE, 



Cor. Calhonn and Columbia Sts. Sole Agent for 
the Celebrated Koctford Watches, also a full line 
of all the di£fereiLt American and Swiss Watches. 



Till! fiest Is till GlieiiM 



JOU RABUS, IfUstic Tailor, 

16 West Berry Street, FOET WATSE. 



FOET WAYNE DIEECTOKT. 



Roux George, butcher, res 105 Summit. 

Rouzer Cassius M, machine hand Hoffman Bros, res s w cor 

Mechanic's and Boon. 
Rowden Barbara A (wid Benjamin C), res 74 E Washington. 
Rowan James, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res 457 Lafayette. 
Rowan Miss Jane H, bds 114 Clinton. 
Rowan Miss Mary E, clerk, bds 72 E Washington. 
Rowe Edward W, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds n w cor 

Walton ave and P, F W & C Ry. 
Rowe Nicholas B (Rowe & Spencer), res 256 Calhoun. 
Rowe Mrs N B, milliner 256 Calhoun, res same. 
Rowe Wm, upholsterer Moderwell &Studor, res 274 E Wayne. 
Rowe & Spencer (Nicholas B Rowe, Calvin W Spencer), 

butchers s s Highland 2 w of Calhoun. 
Rowland Jesse, laborer, bds 12 Chicago. 
Rowley Bridget, domestic McKinnie House. 
Roy John, laborer, res n s New Haven road 8 e of Wayne. 
Roy Joseph C, finisher N G Olds & Sons, res 189 Lafayette. 
Roy Mrs Julius, res s s Jenison bet Holton ave and Winter. 
Rubendal H Eugene, fireman P,Ft W & C Ry,res 233 E Lewis. 
Rubin Elizabeth (wid Edwin), bds 21 W Jefferson. 
Rubin Harry, traveling agent Julius Nathan & Co, bds 21 W 

Jefferson. 
Ruben Joseph, traveling agent Charles Nathan & Co, res 19 

W Jefferson. 
Rubin Max (Julius Nathan & Co), res 275 W Jefferson. 
Ruch Catherine (wid Louis), res 16 Burgess. 
Ruch Frank, laborer, bds 16 Burgess. 
Ruch Henry, laborer, res 198 Broadway. 

Ruch Samuel, salesman John Spice & Son, rooms 48 W Main. 
Ruchel Wm, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 105 Madison. 
Rudert George, butcher Fred Eckart, res s s W Main ur G R 

&IRR. 
RudertWm,butcher Fred Eckart,bds s s Main nr G R & I R R. 
Rudisill Elizabeth (wid Henry), res Riverside, Spy Run ave. 
Rudolph Alvin, carpenter, bds 104 Huffman. 
Rudolph Christina (wid Charles), res 104 Huffman. 
Rudolph Frank, harnessmaker 27 Clinton, res 58 Huffman. 
Rudolph Gangolph, carpenter, bds 104 Huffman. 
Rudolph Julius, brickmaker, bds 104 Huffman. 
Rudolph Philip, printer Ft Wayne Daily News, bds 7 Short. 
Rudolph Wm, printer Ft Wayne Daily News, bds 7 Short. 
Ruehling, see also Railing, Reehlmg,Rehling and Reiling. 
Ruehling Philip J, res Vordermark's addition e of limits. 
Ruess Wm E, finisher Ft Wayne Organ Co, res w s Calhoun 

2 n of Killea. 

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Rufner Samuel, brakeman P, P W & C Ry, bds 20 Fairfield. 

Rugg Isabella C (wid Samuel L), res 96 E Wayne. 

Ruggaber Joseph, carpenter P,P W & C Ry, res 99 Williams. 

Rugge Caroline, domestic 17 Brackenridge. 

Rump Ernst P, carpenter, res 29 Lavina. 

Rump Ernst H, carpenter, bds 29 Lavina. 

Rump Prederick A, shoemaker L P Huser, bds 29 Lavina. 

Rumser John, butcher, bds Custer House. 

Rundel Bertha P, domestic 155 Wallace. 

Runge Minnie, domestic 102 E Lewis. 

Rupert David, laborer N G Olds & Sone, res 54 Charles. 

Rupert Ira, real estate 7 E Wayne, res 100 E Washington. 

Rupp John, foreman C L Olds & Co, res cor Maumee road 
and Glasgow ave. 

Rupp John, helper P, P W & C Ry, res s s Grant bet Lafay- 
ette and Hanna. 

Ruppel Pabian, bricklayer, res 53 Taylor. 

Ruppel John, grocer 268 E Wayne, res same. 

Ruppel Maggie (wid John), res 216 Lafayette. 

Ruppel Paul, laborer P, P W & C Ry, res 258 EWayne. 

Rurods Ernst C (Root & Co), res 76 W Berry. 

Rush George D, machine hand Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 
141 W DeWald. 

Rush Maggie, domestic 270^ Calhoun. 

Rush Mary, domestic 270| Calhoun. 

Rushton Miss Mary, teacher, bds 53 Butler. 

Rushton Mrs Rebecca, res 53 Butler. 

Russell Alice, domestic 82 Baker. 

Russell Mrs Annie, domestic Dr H W Prior. 

Russell George, day watchman P, P W & C Ry, res 67 
Garden. 

Russell John, butcher J T Kelsey, res 114 W Wayne. 

Russell John, fireman L S & M S Ry, bds Racine House. 

Russell Peter, cabinetmaker P, P W & C Ry, res 130 Wilt. 

Russell Zenobia (wid James), res 100 Fairfield ave. 

Rust Henry, truckman, bds 148 Ewing. 

Ruth Wilbur M, draughtsman P, P W & C Ry, bds 55 Brack- 
enridge. 

RuthraufiE Henrietta E (wid Charles), res 58 W Berrry. 

Ruthrauflf Wm H, bookkeeper Hoffman Bros, res 58 W Berry. 

Ryall Catherine (wid John), res 324 W Jefferson. 

Ryall Charles F, mach P, P W & C Ry, bds 324 W Jef- 
ferson. 

Ryall James P, engineer P, P W & C Ry, res 324 W Jefferson. 

Ryall John H, train dispatcher new yards P, F W & C Ry, 
bds 324 W Jefferson. 

I/AAO Pf DDn Sell all kinds of LOOKING-GLASSES, 
iVAAU Ov DllUi at No. 5 East Columbia Street. 



L/~\ T T T T T T Wall Paper and Decora- 
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Ryan, see also O^Ryan. 

Ryan Andrew, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 43 Grand. 

Ryan Bridget (wid John), res 20 Brandriff. 

Ryan Charles E, truckman, bds 39 W Lewis. 

Ryan Cornelius M, fireman G R «& I R R, res 140 Holman, 

Ryan Daniel, Justice of the Peace and Lawyer 22 E 

Berry, res 112 E Main. 
Ryan Dennis, printer Newspaper Union, bds 49 Melita. 
Ryan Ellen, domestic 126 E Main. 
Ryan Francis J, carpenter, bds 82 Fairfield ave. 
Ryan Frank W, brakeman N Y, C «fe St L Ry, bds 61 E 

Main. 
Ryan George, laborer, rooms 43 E Columbia. 
Ryan Hannah H, dressmaker, bds 118 Barr. 
Ryan James, machine hand Ft Wayne Organ Co, res w s 

Fairfield ave opp organ factory. 
Ryan Jajnes W, truckman, res 39 W Lewis. 
Ryan John, farmer, res e s Runnion ave 1 n of W Main. 
Ryan Margaret A, dressmaker, bds 118 Barr. 
Ryan Mary (wid Patrick), res 49 Melita. 
Ryan Mary E, dressmaker, bds 118 Barr. 

Ryan Michael, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 108 Harrison. 
Ryan Michael, foreman Ft Wayne Organ Co, res w s Indiana 

bet Broadway and Fairfield ave. 
Ryan Michael, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 17 Brandriff. 
Ryan Michael, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 320 Lafayette. 
Ryan Michael jr, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 320 Lafayette. 
Ryan Oliver F, truckman, res 39 W Lewis. 
Ryan Patrick, citv weighmaster, res 118 Barr. 
Ryan Patrick H, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 118 Barr. 
Ryan Thomas, driver U S Express Co, res -32 Baker. 
Ryan Wm, hostler A C Perrin, rooms 62 E Wayne. 
Ryus Don V, millwright Bass F & M Works, bds 143 E 

DeWald. 
Ryus Wm H, mach Bass F & M Works, res 143 E DeWald. 



Saalfrank John, teamster J M Riedmiller, bds same. 

Saffen Francis, bds 390 E Washington. 

Saffen George B, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 390 E 

Washington. 
Saffen Thomas W, foreman machinist Bass F & M Works, 

res 390 E Washington. 
Safford Frank K (F K Safford & Co), bds 34 W Superior. 

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350 E. L. POLK & CO.'S 

Saftord F K & Co (Frank K Safford), Proprs Yankee 
Grocery 28 Calhoun. 

Sahn Fritz, carpenter, res 212 E Jefferson. 

Sahn"Wilhelm, bds 212 E Jefferson. 

Sahner Marcus, baker Concordia College, res college grounds. 

St John Mrs Maria, bds 330 Calhoun. 

St John Spencer, bds s w cor Thomas and Horace. 

St John's German Lutheran Church, s e cor Van Buren and 
W Washington. 

St John's German Reformed Church, s e cor W Washington 
and Webster. 

St Joseph's Hospital, s w cor W Main and Broadway. 

St Joseph Mills, A Kalbacher propr, 65 E Columbia. 

St Mary's (German Catholic) Church and School, s e cor Jef- 
ferson and Lafayette. 

St Paul's Church (Catholic), s s Washington 1 e of Griflath. 

Sale John W (G K Torrence & Co), with Hoffman Bros, res 
203 W Wayne. 

Salge Christian, laborer, res 1 West, 

Salge Henry, stripper C Wenninghoff, bds 7 West. 

Salinger Albert (Salinger Bros), bds Robinson House. 

Salinger Bros (Albert and Martin), clothing 15 and 17 E Main. 

Salinger Martin (Salinger Bros), bds Robinson House. 

Sallier Francis, Groceries, Provisions and Liquors 66 E 
Columbia, res 30 Hough. 

Sallier House, Mrs Anne E Perrine Propr, s w cor Wal- 
ton ave and P, F W & C Ry. 

Sallier Joseph, clerk Francis Sallier, bds same. 

Sallman Tillie, domestic 18 Butler. 

Sallot James F, carpenter, res 164 E Lewis. 

Sallot Victor A, manager Boseker, White & Co, res s s Glas- 
gow ave bet Washington and Maumee road. 

Salter Wm, teamster John Orff, res 19 Barthold ave. 

Saltzgaber Charles O, waiter W T Lamb, bds 16 W Main. 

Salzmann Wm, photographer 164 Calhoun, res same. 

Sams Catherine (wid Uriah), res 35 Hoagland ave. 

Sams John W, laborer, res 40 Bass. 

Sams Uriah, laborer, bds 35 Hoagland ave. 

Samse Caroline (wid Wm), res 43 W Superior. 

Samse Miss Rose, bookkeeper, bds 43 W Superior. 

Sanborn Amos H, car repairer, res 39 Marion. 

Sanborn Charles F, brakeman, res 407 W Main. 

Sander Charles W, clerk Siemon & Bro, res 106 W Jefferson. 

Sander Ernst, laborer, i-es 23 Poplar. 

Sander Wm, street sprinkler, res 86 W Washington. 

Sander Wm, clerk H N Goodwin, bds 23 Poplar. 



Troy Steam Laundry, 



fiO PEARL STBEET, 
is superior to that 
of other Laundries. 



JOHN RABus, Keeps the largest stock of Fine Goods 

Artistic Tailoe —to select from in fort WAYNE.- 

FOET WAYNE DIRECTORY. 351 

Sanders Henry, driver City Fire Dept, res 10 E Berry. 

Sandford Caroline, domestic John Keefer. 

Sandford Philip, brickmaker Wra Miller, res w s Lafayette 5 

s of Pontiac. 
Sanford George A, real estate, res 176 W Jefferson. 
Sarazen Augustus G, saloon 48 E Columbia, res same. 
Sarazen George E, mach hand Boseker, White & Co, bds 390 

E Wayne. 
Sarazin Louisa C, waiter 31 W Columbia. 
Sarber Thomas J, brakeman, res 167 High. 
Sargent Thomas P, horsedealer, res 16 Marion. 
Sargent Wm, res 14 Marion. 
Sargent Wm jr, laborer, res 23 Wabash ave. 
Sarnighausen John D (Indiana Staats Zeitung Co), 

res n e cor Columbia and Clinton. (See adv, p 71.) 
Sarsen Louisa, domestic C A Stockbridge. 
Saubier Wm A, cigarmaker H W Ortmann, res 59 Butler. 
Sauer Christian, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, res 359 W Main. 
Sauer Rev Henry G, pastor St Paul's German Lutheran Church, 

res 170 Barr. 
Sauer John, laborer, bds 98 Montgomery. 
Sauers Gottlieb M, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res 106 

Wallace. 
Suertag John, baker C W Jacobs, bds same. 
Sauerwein Ernst, laborer, res 58 13arthold. 
Sauerwein Ernst jr, res 56 Barthold. 
Sauerwein Frank, blacksmith Fleming Mnfg Co, bds 56 

Barthold. 
Sauerwein Herman, i-es 56 Barthold. 
Saum Adam L, cooper rear 25 W Wayne, res 34 W 

Washington. 
Saum Alexander L, cooper A L Saum, bds 34 W Washington. 
Saum Levina, (wid Adam), res 240 W Main. 
Saum Louis W, engineer Louis Fox, res 196 E Jefferson. 
Saunders Benjamin, clerk W E Griffiths, bds 208 E Lewis. 
Saunders Joseph B, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 159 

Harrison. 
Saurs David F, painter, bds 226 Fairfield ave. 
Saurs Henry A, coachman, bds 226 Fairfield ave. 
Saurs James, engineer, bds 226 Fairfield ave. 
Saurs Mary Ann (wid George), res 226 Fairfield ave. 
Saurs Samuel P, engineer, bds 226 Fairfield ave. 
Sauser LiOnis, Saloon 188 Calhoun, res same. 
Sautter B'rederick, conductor, res n s Hugh 2 e of Francis. 
Sauvian Samuel H, blacksmith Fleming Mnfg Co, res w s 

Hensch 2 s of Putnam. 

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Sawtell Henry P, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 1 Hood. 
Sawyer Mary, bds 43 E Superior. 

Sawyer Miss Sarah M, dressmaker 24 Clinton, res same. 
Saxton T Harry, laborer Boseker, White & Co, res 126 

Madison. 
Saylor Charles Z, bookkeeper Huestis & Hamilton, res 186 

Clay. 
Saylor George, traveling agent, bds 96 E Wayne. 
Saylor Jacob K, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 49 Grand. 
Sayner Henry, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 159 Holman. 
Scanlon Thomas, huckster, bds n w cor Maud and Holton ave. 
Scanlon Thomas P, shoemaker, res n w cor Maud and 

Holton ave. 
Scarlet Chester, justice of the peace 75| Calhoun, res 259 

Webster. 
Scarlett Chester W, laborer, bds H O Scarlett. 
Scarlett Henry O, carpenter, res s w cor Runnion ave and 

Scarlett Reuben W, machine hand Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 

w s S Broadway s of limits. 
Scarlett Wm H, laborer, res w s St Mary's ave 3 n of Lake. 
Schaaf Rev Carl, pastor St John's German Reformed Church, 

res 59 W Washington. 
Schacher Charles, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 161 Hanna. 
Schack Miss Lydia, tailoress G Schroeder, bds 103 Madison. 
Schack Wm, shoemaker W Jacobs & Son, res 103 Madison. 
Schacker Emma, domestic 123 W Wayne. 
Schaefer, see also Schiefer mid Scheffer. 

Schaefer Ferdinand, laborer, res n s Huron 3 e of Mechanic's . 
Schaefer John H W, clerk A D Brandriff & Co, res rear 170 

High. 
Schafenecker Frederick, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 40 

Force. 
Schafer Alonzo, molder, bds 68 Charles. 

Schafer Christian, Ice Dealer and Agent Gerke Brew- 
ing Co of Cincinnati, Ohio, n w cor Main and Clay, res 

same. 
Schafer Fredei-ick, laborer David Tagtmeyer, res rear 77 W 

Superior. 
Schafer F Wilhelm, boilermaker P, F W & C Ry, res 125 

Monroe. 
Schafer Gottlieb, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 167 Holman. 
Schafer Henry, teamster Ranke, Yergens & Co, res 90 St 

Mary's ave. 
Schafer Louisa, tailoress A F Schoch, bds 167 Holman. 
Schafer Reinhardt, clerk Sieman & Bro, bds 26 Wilt. 

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Schafer Wm, planer Louis Rastetter, bds 26 Wilt. 
Schafer Wm, boilermaker, res 125 Monroe. 
Schafer Wm, laborer, bds n e cor Lake and Franklin ave. 
Schafer Wm E, machine baud P, F W & C Ry, res 26 Wilt. 
Schaffler Giistave, tailor, res 180 W Jefferson. 
Schaffraann Louis, helper Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, res n s Hugh. 
Sohalk Catherine (wid Mathias), saloon 52 W Main, res same. 
Schalk Lena (wid John), saloon 168 W Main, res same. 
Soball Henry, laborer, bds Washington House. 
Schallenberger Stephen, carpenter, bds 415 Lafayette. 
Schanok Emil G, clerk P Morganthaler & Co, res 103 W 

Jefferson. 
Schank Louis, saloon 62 E Columbia, res same. 
Schanz Felix, photographer F R Barrows, bds 55 E Wayne. 
Sohaphorst Engel (wid Herman H), res 22 Orchard. 
Schaphorst Frederick, carpenter Peters' Box & Lumber Co, 

res 128 3d. 
Schaphorst Henry F, blksmith C L Olds & Co, res 12 Orchard. 
Schaphorst Sophie, domestic 123 W Wayne. 
Schaphorst Wm, carpenter F W, C & L R R, res 26 Orchard. 
Scharden Charles, laborer coal yard P, F W & C Ry, res 

Fairfield ave. 
Scharf Charles A, Tinsmith 195 Lafayette, res 202 

Madison. {See adv, p 95.) 
Scharf Mrs Louisa, i<es 89 Hanna. 
Schearer, see also Soherer and Shearer. 
Schearer Andrew, laborer, res 6 Erie. 
Schearer John, hackman, res 12 Erie. 
Scheer Wm, truckman P, F W & C Ry, res 29 Pritchard. 
Scheerer Margaret (wid Frederick), res 50 Oakley. 
Seheets Augu'st B, barber A E Fink, bds 81 Barthold. 
Scheets Charles, grainer Reinewald Bros, res 88 Barr. 
Scheffer, see also Schiefer and Schaefer. 
Scheffer John (John Scheffer & Co)," res 141 Lafayette. 
Scheffer John &. Co (John Scheffer, Anton Kal- 

bacher). Dealers in Groceries, Provisions, Wines and Li- 
quors 13 Grand. 
Scheffman Louis, laborer, res n w cor Hugh and Hanna. 
Scheick Achie (wid Adam), res 18 Chicago. 
Scheick Frank, laborer, bds 18 Chicago. 
Scheick Henry, laborer, bds 18 Chicago. 

Scheid Frank, machinist P, F W & C Ry, bds 129EDeWald. 
Scheid Peter J, asst foreman machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 

129 E DeWald. 
Scheimann Charles J, bookkeeper Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 86 

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Scbeimanii Ernst (Glass, Scheimann & Co), i-es 338 Broadway. 
Scheimann Ernst jr, pressman The Boys' World, bds 338 

Broadway. 
Scheimann Frederick E W, treasurer Citizens' Street RR Co, 

res 321 E Washington. 
Scheimann Wm, clerk Rohs & Eme, res 116 Fulton. 
Scheie Albert, carriage trimmer L B Johns, bds 184 W Main. 
Scheie August (Miller & Scheie), res n s Wayne Trace ^ mile 

e of limits. , 
Scheie Benjamin H, blacksmith City Carriage Works, bds 

August Scheie. 
Scheie Catherine (wid John B), bds 286 E Wayne. 
Scheie Conrad, brick mason, res w s Strawberry 2 s of W, St 

L & P Ry. 
Scheie Edward J, clerk C J Pierr, bds 254 W Washington. 
Scheie Frank, saloon 86 Barr, res same. 

Scheie Henry, laborer, res s s old Pique road 1 e of Walton. 
Scheie John H, porter A C Trentman, res 286 E Wayne. 
Scheie Julius, mason, res 184 W Main. 
Scheie Martin, teamster, bds 286 E Wayne. 
Scheie Wm, laborer Hoffman Bros, bds 184 W Main. 
Schell Clarence, clerk J D Gumpper, res 68 W Main. 
Schell Mrs Jennie, res 68 W Main. 
Scheller Frederick C, painter Olds' Wagon Works, res 55 

Charles. 
Schellhammer Charles,laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 59 Force. 
Schellhammer Robert, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 59Force. 
Schenfeld Mary (wid Henry), bds n s Killea 4 w of Webster. 
Scheoehn Conrad F, sawyer Peters' Box & Lumber Co, bds 18 

Orchard. 
Schepp Frank, barber D Beninghoff, bds 98 Madison. 
Schepp John F, barber John Gloeckle, res 98 Madison. 
Scherchel Valentine, laborer, res 39 Laselle. 
Scherer, see also iSehearer mid Shearer. 

Scherer Charles W, carpenter P,FW& C Ry, res 141 Madison. 
Scherer Frederick, cabinetmaker P, F W & C Ry, res 95 E 

Washington. 
Scherer Miss Mary (Scherer & Becker), bds 95 E Washington. 
Scherer Wm F, tinner A Luegring, bds 95 E Washington. 
Scherer & Becker (Mary Scherer, Julia Becker), Deal- 
ers in and Mnfrs of Hair Goods of Every Description 170 

Calhoun. (See adv, p 83.) 
Schermerhorn Charles, supt's clerk G R & I R R, bds 16 

Williams. 
Schermerhorn Flavel, cashier N Y, C & St L Ry, rooms 94 

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Schermerhoin Wm, shipping clerk Coombs & Co, res 166 

Lafayette. 
Scherzing^er Gersoil,Propr Custer House 16 and 18 

W Main. {See adv,p 69.) 
Scherzinger Primus (Trenkley & Scherzinger), bds Custer 

House. 
Scheumann Chiistian, cabinetmaker P, F W & C Ry, res 315 

E Washington. 
Scbeum.ann Frederick H (Scheumann & Schoppmann), res 321 

Calhoun. 
Scheumann Wm F, molder Bass F & M Works, res 16 Butler. 
Scheumann & Schoppmann (Frederick H Scheumann, H F 

Wm Schoppmann), undertakers 39 W Main. 
Schick George, teacher Concordia College, res college gi'ounds. 
Schief er, see also Schaefer and Scheffer. 
Schiefer Charles, insurance solicitor, bds s s Maumee road 1 e 

of Glasgow ave. 
Schiefer Christian (C Schiefer & Son), res County Jail. 
!$Chief<Br C Sc Non (Cin-istian and Wm Schiefer, Her- 
man Hartwig), Boots and Shoes 8 E Columbia. 
Schiefer Diedrich, tinner P,F W & C Ry,res 135 Montgomery. 
Schiefer Frederick G W, shoemaker C Schiefer & Son, res 

242 E Wayne. 
Schiefer George W, painter, res 252 E Wayne. 
Schiefer Win D (C Schiefer & Son), Sheriff Allen 

County, Office Court House, res County Jail. 
Schieferstein Amelia C, domestic Joseph F Oddou. 
Schieferstein Christina, domestic 201 E Washington. 
Schieferstein Louis, laborer, bds 211 Madison. 
Schieferstein Philip, butcher Fred Eckart, res w s Runnion 

ave 2 n of W Main. 
Schieffman Frederick, laborer, bds 82 E Jefferson. 
Schiemer Frank (Frank Schieraer & Co), res 264 Calhoun. 
Schienier Frank & Co (Frank Schiemer), Saloon and 

Billiard Hall 264 Calhoun. 
Schiff'erly Conrad, boarding house 225 Calhoun, res same. 
Schild Jesse S, plater 35 E Main, res Spy Run ave. 
Schilling Camilla (wid Jacob), res s s Richardson e of Run- 
nion ave. 
Schilling Charles F, farmer, bds Camilla Schilling. 
Schilling Frank, stonecutter Wm & J J Geake, re's 255 W 

Jefferson. 
Schilling John, clerk Bond Bakery, bds 255 W Jefferson. 
Schilling Miss Mary, milliner Miss M B Schilling, bds 31 E 

Main. 
Schilling Miss Mary B, milliner 31 E Main, res same. 



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Schimmelpfennig Gustav, laborer Bass F & M Works, bds 34 

John. 
Schiniming Sophie (wid Henry), bds 149 Water. 
Schirmeyer Anthony, wiper P, F W & C Ry, res 131 W 

Washington. 
Schirmeyer Charles W, clerk, bds 131 W Washington. 
Schirmeyer Louis (L Schirmeyer & Co), res 127 E Jefferson. 
Schirmeyer li &, Co (Louis Schirmeyer, John A Dro- 

egemeyer). Clothing, Hats, Caps and Gents' Furnishing 

Goods 27 Calhoun. 
Schirmeyer Warner T, dental asst George W Loag, bds 131 

W Washington. 
Schlink Joseph, wheelrimmer Olds' Wagon Works. 
Schlatter Christian C (Pfeiffer & Schlatter), res 358 E Wayne. 
Schlatter David D, student, bds 464 E Wayne. 
Schlatter Miss Kittie, student, bds 250 W Creighton ave. 
Schlaudraff Peter, machine hand, res w s Metz 2 s of Taylor. 
Schlenbecker Elizabeth (wid George), bds 415 E Washington. 
Schleyer Johu F (Noimamaker & Sohleyer), res 213 E 

Wayne. 
Schliebitz Frederick W, watchmaker 82 Calhoun, bds Custer 

House. 
Schliesser George, teamster, res 21 Walnut. 
Schlink Joseph, wheelrimmer Olds' Wagon Works. 
Schlotter Alexander, teamster, bds 96 Clay. 
Schlotter Frank, bartender Henry Bueshing, bds 11 W 

Columbia. 
Schlotter Joseph, laboi'er, res 96 Clay. 
Schlotter Joseph jr, laborer, bds 96 Clay. 
Schmalz Charles, tailor 51 W Washington, res same. 
Schmeling Albert, laborer, bds 225 Calhoun. 
Sehmeling George, laborer M Diehl & Co, res 20 Chicago. 
Schmenner, see also Smenner. 
Schmenner Theodore, laborer S Pennock & Sons Co, res 81 

Holman. 
Schmetzer Frederick M, clerk Owen, Pixley & Co, res 240 W 

Washington. 
Schmid Lorenz, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 135 Force. 
Schmidt, see also Stnith. 

Schmidt August, teamster A Kalbacher & Co, res 42 Melita. 
Schmidt August M, detective W, St L & P Ry, bds 224 E 

Jefferson. 
Schmidt Banckratz, laborer, res 22 Clark. 
Schmidt Charles (G Schmidt & Bro), bds 75 Monroe. 
Schmidt Charles, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 173 Fair- 
field ave. 

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Schmidt Christian, lab Olds' Wagon Works, res 90 Laselle. 

Schmidt Conrad, res 181 Madison. 

Schmidt Elizabeth (wid Andrus), bds 14 Hood. 

Schmidt Elizabeth S (wid Peter), res 13 John. 

Schmidt Miss Emma, clerk George DeWald & Co, bds 90 Wilt. 

Schmidt Ernest, laborer F W, C & L R R,bds 184 Ewing. 

Schmidt Frank, machinist Bass F & M Works, bds 108 Mau- 
raee road. 

Schmidt Frederick, helper C L Olds & Co, res 19 3d. 

Schmidt Frederick W, stonemason, res e s Gay 2 s of Thom- 
asetta. 

Schmidt Frederick W, filecutter, res 181 W JeflEerson. 

Schmidt Gottfried (G Schmidt & Bro), res 70 E Main. 

Scliniidt G & Bro (Gottfried and Charles), Merchant 
Tailors 70 E Main. 

Schmidt Helena (wid John W), res 75 Monroe. 

Schmidt Henry, student, bds 75 Monroe. 

Schmidt John, brickraason, res 16 Gay. 

Schmidt John, laborer, bds 181 Madison. 

Schmidt John K, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 108 Mau- 
mee road. 

Schmidt Louis, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 211 Madison. 

Schmidt Louis S, saw filer N G Olds & Sons, bds 13 John. 
Schmidt Louis W, clerk B R Noll & Co, bds 274 W Wash- 
ington. 
Schmidt Mark, laborer, bds 181 Madison. 
Schmidt Peter C, carpenter, res e s VanBuren 1 s of Wilt. 
Schmidt Peter S, yard foreman N G Olds & Sons, res 29 St 

Martins. 
Schmidt Philip, laborer P, F W «fe C Ry, res s s Edgerton nr 

Walton ave. 
Schmidt Philip, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds ^37 Hanna. 
Schmidt Regina (wid Andrew), res 90 Wilt. 
Schmidt Wm (J Harris & Co), res 181 W Jefferson. 
Schmidt Wm, cigarmaker A N Ehle, res 43 Wilt. 
Schmidt Wm, clerk Morgan & Beach, res 314 E Wayne. 
Schmieders Frederick, cigarmaker L Dessauer & Co, res 282 

W Jefferson. 
Schmiemann Gustave, trav agt A C Trentman, res 181 Ewing. 
Schmiemann Henry, laborer, bds 181 Ewing. 
Schmitt Carl, laborer, res 99 Laselle. 
Schmitt Jacob, laborer, res 99^ Laselle. 
Schmitz Charles, physician 116 College, res same. 
Sehmitz John W, laborer Bass F <fcM' Works, res 74 Murray. 
Schmitz Miss Lena, bds w s John 4 s of E Creighton ave. 
Schmitz Theodore, w s John 4 s of E Creighton ave. 



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Schmoe Louis C, clerk Isaac Lauferty, bds 75 W Berry. 
Schmoe Louis H, shoemaker L Fortriede, res 161 Ewing. 
Schmoeckle Frederick, propr Washington House 123 Calhoun, 

res same. 
Schmoll Anthony, clerk, bds 78 Force. 
Schmoll Gottlieb, laborer, res 78 Force. 
Schmoll Gottlieb jr, machinist, bds 78 Force. 
Schmoll Miss Katie, bds 78 Force. 
Schmoll Miss Louisa, bds 78 Force. 
Schmueckle Frederick, druggist 277 E Washington, res 123 

Calhoun. 
Schnee Joseph, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 27 Force. 
Schneider, see also Snider and Snyder. 
Schneider Miss Carrie, dressmaker, bds 9 Huffman. 
Schneider Charles, laborer, res e s N Calhoun nr F W, C & L 

R R shops. 
Schneider Christian, res h s Putnam 1 e of Andrews. 
Schneider Frank, clerk Root & Co, bds 154 Broadway. 
Schneider Gottlieb, tailor, res 52 Wells. 
Schneider Henry, cigar mnfr 104 Webster, bds same. 
Schneider Johanna S, domestic J A Plogsterth. 
Schneider John, res 154 Broadway. 
Schneider John, helper, res 201 Hanna. 
Schneider Lena M, domestic J A Plogsterth. 
Schneider Louis C, hackdriver Poweirs & Barnett, bds 154 

Broadway. 
Schneider Mathias, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 4 Pine. 
Schneider Otto E, fly finisher Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 154 

S Broadway. 
Schneider Sarah, domestic Hamilton Homestead. 
Schneider Wm, school books 146 Calhoun, res 104 Webster. 
Schnelker Ellen, seamstress, bds 205 Madison. 
Schnelker Henry, mason, res 257 E Wayne. 
Schnelker John, bds 205 Madison. 
Schnelker John B, mason, res 205 Madison. 
Schnetcker Christian, carpenter, res 18 West. 
Schnieders Barnhard H, shoemaker 181 Calhoun, res 74 

Montgomery. 
Schnieders Clement A, clerk D N Foster, bds 74 Montgomery. 
Schnitker Christian F, carpenter W, St L & P Ry, res 18 West. 
Sclinoesenber^ Andrew, Wiyes, Liquors, Cigars 

and Pool Room 41 E Main, res same. 
Schnorberger Annie, domestic 98 Montgomery. 
Schnorberger Christian, engineer, res 535 E Wayne. 
Schnorr Tobias, carpenter C G French, bds 314 E Wayne. 

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Schnurr Stephen, bartender Wm Hollenbeck, res 146 W Main. 

Schoaff Valentine, painter, res 182 Fairfield ave. 

Schobey Frank, blacksmith, res s s Clinton 1 n of river bridge. 

Schoch August F, tailor 41-|^ W Main, res 46 2d. 

Schoe John, laborer, res 50 Hendrick. 

Schoedel Christian A, laborer Bass F & M Works, bds 351 E 

Wayne. 
Schoen Wm F, carpet weaver 24 Erie, res same. 
Schoenlein Charles B, tailor 47 W Main, res 350 same. 
Schoenlein John A, tailor C B Schoenlein, bds 350 W Main. 
Schoenlien Max A, tailor C B Schoenlein, bds 350 W Main. 
Schoepka Wm, painter, res 41 Pine. 
Schofield Charles, brakeman, res 164 E Wayne. 
Scholes Frank W, surveyor, res 8 N Cass. 
Schollard Patrick, laborer, bds 92 Montgomery. 
Schomble George, sawyer Kilian Baker, res E Main e of 

bridge. 
Schomble Wm M, heater Bass F & M Works, res 227 Barr. 
Schone Henry, res 227 E Washington. 
Schone Henry H, clerk Stewart, Jaraieson & Beadell, res 225 

E Washington. 
Schoppmann Henry, laborer, res 141 E Lewis. 
Schoppmann Henry jr, hostler, bds 141 E Lewis. 
Schoppmann H F Wm (Scheumann & Schoppmann), res 12 

Hough. 
Schoppmann Wm, saloon 213 Hanna, res same. 
Schoppmann Wm H, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 213 

Hanna. 
Schotemeyer Herman, laborer, res 82 Oakley. 
Schott George J, druggist 120 Barr, res same. 
Schove Frederick R, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 86 Oakley. 
Schrack Joseph, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 127 Holman. 
Schrader, see also Schroeder. 
Schradef Miss Anna, res 19 Charles. 
Schrader Carrie, domestic 177 E Jefferson. 
Schrader Carrie B, teacher Training School, bds 173 GriflSth. 
Schrader Charles, painter M L Albrecht, bds 173 Griffith. 
Schrader Henry C, Notary Public, Insurance, Real 

Estate and Rental Agent 22 W Berry, res 172 Griffith. 
Schrader Louisa, domestic 65 E Jefferson. 
Schrader Wm, deputy sheriff and turnkey County Jail, bds 

same. 
Schramm Frank, plasterer, bds 234 E Wayne. 
Schramm Frank, laborer, res 28 Wallace. 

Schramm Frank jr, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 84 Force. 
Schramm George, clerk J B White, bds 86 Madison. 

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Schramm John, helper Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 28 Wallace. 

Schramm Martin, marketmaster J B White, res 86 Madison. 

Schramm Wm, brickmaker, bds w s Calhoun 1 s of Killea. 

Schrantz Adeline (wid Edward), res 49 Melita. 

Schrantz Bernhard, laborer wagon works, res 11 Caroline. 

Schranz Valentine, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds w s Lafay- 
ette nr Pontiac. 

Schreitz Leslie F, painter L O Hull, bds 91 E Washington. 

Schrey H Mary, teacher West German School, bds 89 W Jef- 
ferson. 

Schrick Sophia, domestic 90 E Wayne. 

Schroeder, see also Schrader. 

Schroeder Alpin, coremkr Bass F & M Works, res 27 E Main. 

Schroeder Bros (Louis S C and Charles J H), druggists 244 
Calhoun. 

Schroeder Charles F, clerk Root & Co, bds 380 E Wayne. 

Schroeder Charles J H (Schroeder Bros), res 244 Calhoun. 

Schroeder Christian L, saloon 27 W Columbia, res same. 

Schroeder Eliza (wid Louis), res e s Webster 1 n of Baker. 

Schroeder Ferdinand, baggageman, bds 170 E Jefferson. 

Schroeder Frederick, res 380 E Wayne. 

Schroeder Frederick, foreman N G Olds & Sons, res s of 
limits and e of Calhoun. 

Schroeder Gottfried, clothes cleaner 129 Calhoun, res 170 E 
Jefferson. 

Schroeder Herman F, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds s of 
limits w of Calhoun. 

Schroeder James, conductor, bds 126 Harrison. 

Schroeder John, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 19 Charles. 

Schroeder John, engineer city fire department, res 61 Clinton. 

Schroeder John H, foreman coal yard P, F W «fe C Ry, bds 
Frederick Schroeder. 

Schroeder Joseph H, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 68 
Charles. 

Schroeder J Henry, policeman, res 193 High. 

Schroeder Louis S C (Schroeder Bros), res 111 Broadway. 

Schroeder Louisa, domestic I Traumann. 

Schroeder Minnie, domestic 89 W Berry. 

Schroeder Wm, mason, res 33 Hough. 

Schroegmann Miss Lydia, bds 100 E Jefferson. 

Schu John, tank builder P, F W & C Ry, res 40 Hendricks. 

Schubert August, laborer IBass F & M Works, res w s Wal- 
ton ave s of limits. 

Schuckman Miss Annie, clerk Root & Co, res 105 E Wash- 
ington. 

Schuckman Elizabeth C (wid John), res 105 E Washington. 



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Schuckman Henry, tinner, res 211 E Washington. 

Schuckman Henry J, elk Root & Co, bds 105 E Washington. 

Schuler Anna (wid John), res 214 E Jefferson. 

Schuler John, carpenter, bds 214 E Jefferson. 

Schuler Matthias, watchman, res 268 E Jefferson. 

Schulte Adolph F, foreman painter Olds' Wagon Works, res 

139 W DeWald. 
Schulte Ernest, carpenter, bds 216 E Washington. 
Schulte Henry, carpenter, bds 216 E Washington. 
Schulte Wm, laborer S Bash & Co, res 133 E Lewis. 
Schultheis Pius, porter Coombs & Co, res 211 E Jefferson. 
Schultz, see also Shultz. 
Schultz Adolph, boilermaker Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, res 24 

Chicago. 
Schultz Anna, domestic 185 E Jefferson. 
Schultz Elizabeth (wid Wm), res 10 Force. 
Schultz Frederick, mason, res 140 Francis. 
Schultz Frederick, tailor, res 277 Webster. 
Schultz Herman, mason, res s s Hugh 2 e of Francis. 
Schultz John, bartender P Schultz, bds 45 E Main. 
Schultz J Henry, plasterer, res 123 Union. 
Schultz Mollie, domestic 210 Calhoun. 
Schultz Peter, saloon 45 E Main, res same. 
Schultz Wm, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 131 Holman. 
Schultz Wm, machinist Bass F & M Works, bds 10 Force. 
Schultz Wm, brakeman, bds 75 Mellta. 
Schulz Henry H, foreman nightworkmen Bass F & M Works, 

res w s Gay 2 s of E Creighton ave. 
Schulz Peier, saloon 45 E Main, res same. 
Schulz Wm C,- rag pedler, res s s Horace 8 e of Thomas. 
Schumacher, see also Shoemaker. 
Schumacher Joseph, blacksmith Olds' Wagon Works,re8 355 

Lafayette. 
Schmacher Wm, janitor Fort Wayne Conservatory of Music, 

res 249 E Jefferson. 
Schumaker Adam, boilermaker Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, res 23 

Baker. 
Schumaker Wm C, pressman Ft Wayne Sentinel, bds 245 E 

Jefferson. 
Schumann Herman A, blacksmith P, F W & C Ry, res 206 

E Lewis. 
Schunk Theresa (wid Frank), res 19 Lafayette. 
Schuricht Herman, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 204 Gay. 
Schuricht Wm, laborer, res 17 John. 

Schust Adolph, car clerk W, St L & P Ry, bds 230 W Jef- 
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Schust Amelia, domestic Concordia College. 

Schust Andrew, steward Concordia College, res same. 

Schust Anna, domestic Concordia College. 

Schust Frederick, laborer W, St L & P Ry, bds 230 W Jef- 
ferson. 

Schust George, carpenter, W, St L & P Ry, bds Concordia 
College. 

Schust Helen, domestic Concordia College. 

Schust Louis, cigarmaker J C Eckert, bds 230 W Jefferson. 

Schust Michael, carpenter W, St L & P Ry, res 230 W Jef- 
ferson. 

Schust Otto, clerk, bds 230 W Jefferson. 

Schust Paulina, domestic Concordia College. 

Schuster Wm, carpenter, res 18 Allen. 

Schutt Lewis C, physician 294 Calhoun, res same. 

Schutz Johanna (wid Gottfried), res 81 Barthold. 

Sohuwerk August, laborer, res n s Wayne 1 e of Hanover. 

Schwab Hannah, domestic 157 E Wayne. 

Schwab John, laborer, res 392 E Wayne. 

Schwab John A F, tresshoopmakei-, H Stephan & Co, bds 392 
E Wayne. 

Schwab Martin, foreman Reinewal^ Bros, bds 392 E Wayne. 

Schwabe Julius, patternmaker Bass F & M Works, res 44 
Monroe. 

Schwake Henry, teacher, res 13 Oakley. 

Schwaninger Peter, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 82 5th. 

Schwartz Albert, engineer, bds 104 Williams. 

Schwartz Charles A, harnessmaker F Hilt, res 242 E Wayne. 

Schwartz Christian, plasterer, res 107 Jackson. 

Schwartz Frederick, harnessmaker C B Neireiter, res 42 Web- 
ster. 

Schwartz George M, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 348 
Broadway. 

Schwartz Henry C, cigarmaker R C Reinewald, bds 42 Butler. 

Schwartz Henry W, plasterer, res w s Calhoun 3 n of Allen. 

Schwartz John A, res 104 Williams. 

Schwartz Louis, blacksmith 84 Barr, rooms engine house 
No. 1. 

Schwarz Carl, principal West German School, res 61 W 
Washington. 

Schwarz George, bolt cutter P, F W & C Ry, res 348 S 
Broadway. 

Schwarz George M, carpenter, bds 348 Broadway. 

Schwarze Henry, carpenter Cochrane & Humphrey, res 24 St 
Mary's ave. 

Schwarze Wm H, carpenter, res 131 Wallace. 



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FOBT WAYNE DIEBCTOBY. 303 

Schwegman John F, plumber Robert Ogden, bds 35 E Jeffer- 
son. 
Schwegmau Paul, entry clerk Root & Co, bds 35 E Jefferson. 
Schwebn Christian, laborer, bds 18 Orchard. 
Schwehn Conrad, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 18 Orchard. 
Schwehn Conrad jr, laborer, bds 18 Orchard. 
Schwehn John, blacksmith W, St L & P Ry, res w s Gay nr 

E Creighton ave. 
Schweikert Albertina, domestic 40 Douglas ave. 
Schwier Charles, grocer 1V6 Montgomery, res 174 same. 
Schwier Henry C, boilermaker P, F W & C Ry, res s w cor 

Thomas and Pontiac. 
Schwier Wm, foreman boilermaker Bass F & M Works, res 

186 E Jefferson. 
Schwieters Herman, baker 41 E Columbia, res same. 
Schwieters Herman A, clerk J B White, bds 41 E Columbia. 
Schwieters John H, baker H Schwieters, bds same. 
Schwieters Joseph A, bookkeeper H Schwieters, bds same. 
Schwind Albert A, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 46 Butler. 
Scott Arza W, driver Citizens' St Ry Co, res n s Erie 3 w of 

Hanover. 
Scott Charles A, brakeman, bds Sallier House. 
Scott George, machinist, res 129 Montgomery. 
Scott James, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 151 Montgomery. 
Scott James W, carpenter, res 527 E Wayne. 
Scott Jefferson C, ex messenger, res 240 W Washington. 
Scott Miss Jennie, dressmaker Mrs M Green, bds 129 

Montgomery. 
Scott Johu A, City Bill Poster, and Dealer in all kinds 

of Feed 45 E Columbia, res 87 E Lewis. {See adv,p97.) 
Scott John G, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 2 McClellan. 
Scott Lorin M, brakeman, res 25 Taylor. 
Scott Sherman, collarmaker F L Racine, bds 45 2d. 
Scott Wesley, brakeman, bds Sallier House. 
Scott Wm L, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 118 Wallace. 
Screen John, laborer, res n s Richardson 1 w of Runnion ave. 
Scully John, laborer, res 12 Colerick. 
Seabald John, grocer 202 Broadway, res same. 
Seabold, see also Seihold, Seybold and Siebold. 
Seabold Adam, res 9 High. 
Seabold Caspar, carpenter, res 83 Barthold. 
Seabold Christian, teamster Hoffman Bros, res 211 W Main. 
Seabold George, coachman 154 W Berry. 
Seabold George H, teamster Peters' Box & Lumber Co, bds 

83 Barthold ave. 
Seabold. Henry, tireman P, F W & C Ry, res 20 Lavina. 

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Seabold Henry, blacksmith Fleming Mnfg Co, bds 9 High. 

Seabold John, helper W, St L & P Ry, bds 7 Pine. 

Seabold Louisa, domestic 76 W Berry. 

Seabold Sophie, domestic 198 W Wayne. 

Seabold Sophie (wid Bernard), res 7 Pine. 

Seabold Wm, clerk Siemon & Brb, bds 7 Pine. 

Seagel Henry, laborer, bds 31 Lavina. 

Search Simeon C, yardmaster N Y, C & St L Ry, res 84 
W Main. 

Beaton John, Oculist and Aurist n w cor Calhoun and 
Columbia, res 91 W Superior. [See ridv, p 87.) 

Seavey Gideon W (Successor to Prescott Bros), Hard- 
ware, 33 and 35 E Columbia, res 235 W Main. 

Sebastian Jacob, teamster Bond Bakery, res 205 Madison. 

Sebring Henry, fireman Gr, R & I R R, bds Harmon House. 

Sebring Thomas V, agent carpet sweeper.s, res 90 E Lewis. 

Second Presbyterian Church, s s W Berry nr Webster. 

Seeger Frederick, carpenter, bds Peter Doermer. 

Seelberglsidor (Louis Wolf & Co), res 183 W Wayne. 

Seeley Albert J, cabinet mkr, res n w cor Fisher and Holton. 

Seelig Henry, clerk Louis Fox, res Maysville road. 

Seelig John, baker Louis Fox, res Maysville road. 

Seelman Jacob, helper, bds 25 Nirdlinger ave. 

Seely George F, Manager The Newspaper Union, res 
215 W Washington. 

Seeineier Gottlieb, Merchant Tailor 134 Broadway, 
res 118 W Jefferson. 

Seemeier Theodore G, clerk Kuhne & Co, bds 118 W Jeffer- 
son. 

Sefton David W, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res s e cor 
Euclid ave and Mercer. 

Segrist Charles, switchman new yards P, F W & C Ry, res 
42 Force. 

Seibel Karl J C, teacher, res e s Hanna 2 s of Creighton ave. 

Seibert Henry W, truckman P, F W & C Ry, res 121 E 
Washington. 

Seibert Lillie, res Fort Wayne College. 

Seibert Wm, teamster, res 80 Cherry. 

Seibert Wm jr, teamster, bds 80 Cherry. 

Seibold, see also Seabold, Seyhold and Siebold. 

Seibold Andrew, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 82 Taylor. 

Seibold Catherine (wid Gottlieb), res 45 Walnut. 

Seibold Charles F, stopmaker Ft Wavne Organ Co, res s s 
W DeWald nr Oakley. 

Seibold George J, bds 107 Cass. 

Seibold Henry J (C B Woodworth & Co), bds 99 N Cass. 

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Seibold Joseph A, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 45 
Walnut. 

Seibold Lizzie, laundress Troy Steam Laundry, bds 148 Wells. 

Seibold Margaret (wid David), res 148 Wells. 

Seibt Charles, laborer, bds e s Lafayette 3 s of Pontiac. 

Seibt Charles B, laborer, res e s Lafayette 3 s of Pontiac. 

Seibt Louis, machinist Bass F & M Works, bds e s Lafayette 
3 s of Pontiac. 

Seibt Wm A, machinist Bass F & M Works, res s s Pontiac 
1 w of Hanna. 

Seidel Conrad, helper, res 201 Hanna. 

^eidel Edward (Edward Seidel & Son), Insurance 52^ 
Calhoun, res same. {See top lines.) 

Seidel Edward & Son (Edward and Willy), Cake 
Bakery and Lunch Room 52i Calhoun. {See top H?ies.) 

Seidel John, helper Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 201 Hanna. 

Seidel Willy (Edward Seidel & Son), bds 52^ Calhoun. 

Seifert August, laborer, bds s e cor Lillie and Myland. 

Seifert Herman, laborer, res s s Boon 2 e of Mechanic's. 

Seifert Wm F, laborer, res w s Metz 1 n of Wabash Ry. 

Seiman Charles, laborer, res 395 W Main. 

Seinhausel Joseph, baker H Schwieters, bds 41 E Columbia, 

Selbach Hubert C, brickmaker A Ormiston & Bro, bds w s 
Calhoun 6 s of Pontiac. 

Selbst Miss Katie, seamstress, bds n s E Creighton ave 1 e of 
Lafayette. 

Selbst Mary (wid Jacob), res n s E Creighton ave 1 e of La- 
fayette. 

Self Jasper N, second-hand goods 207 Calhoun, res same. 

Selig Conrad, clerk George H Wilson & Sons, res gravel road 
beyond limits. 

Sellers Frank, head waiter The Robinson. 

Sellers Lucy, domestic 262 Calhoun. 

Sellman Jacob, helper W, S L & P Ry, res 23 Nirdlinger ave. 

Sells John, carp Justine Lauer, bds 159 Hanna. 

Seloren Nelson H, res 60 E Columbia. 

Semann Conrad, truckman, res 19 Jones. 

Senker Herman, Coffee and Lunch Room and Restau- 
rant cor Calhoun and Railroad, res same. 

Senseuy Martin O, bookkeeper Rogers, Lewis & Co, res 131 
Jackson. 

Sesaman J Wm, laborer, res n w cor Centre and Elm. 

Sessford Charles W, boilermaker P, F W «fc C Ry, res 199 
Montgomery. 

Sessler Peter, poultry, res 8 Colerick. 

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Seybold Charles F, can'iage painter 46 W Main, res 86 Put- 
nam. 

Seybold Wm, tuner Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 14 W DeWald. 

Seymour Rev Joel M, pastor Plymouth Congregational 
Church, res 269 W Wayne. 

Shacher Leonard, laborer, res 41 Stophlet. 

Shafer, see also Schaefer. 

Shafer Alonzo C, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 68 Charles. 

Shafer Edward, machine hand, res 356 Calhoun. 

Shafer J Robert, carpenter, res 53 High. 

Shafer Rebecca M (wid George), bds Joseph Kaylor. 

Shaffer Charles, bds 77 E Superior. 

Shaffer Edwin, laborer, bds 91 E Washington. 

Shaffer Elizabeth J (wid George), bds 76 Melita. 

Shaffer George, grocer 169 Broadway, res same. 

Shaffer Henry L, brakemau P, F W & C Ry, res 20 Samuel. 

Shaffer Orvele, hostler H Israel, res n e cor Clinton and R R 
track. 

Shaffer Wm L, watchmn N Y, C & St L Ry, res 77 E Superior. 

Shamp Henry B, miller A Kalbacker, res 354 Hanna. 

Shanze Felix C, photographer, rooms 55 E Wayne. 

Sharitt Charles, brakeman L S & M S Ry, bds Sallier House. 

Sharp Miss Carrie B, Principal Westminster House 
School for Young Ladies, res 251 W Main. {Seeadv,p 6.) 

Sharp Henry W, res 3 E Superior. 

Sharp John, harnessmaker 7 E Superior, res 22 Calhoun. 

Sharp Ralph P, clerk W H Miller, bds 5 N Calhoun. 

Shaske Ernst, pedler, res s w cor Centre and Fair. 

Shaughnessy, see also O^ Shaughnessy . 

Shaughnessy Johanna (wid John), res 64 Williams. 

Shaughnessy Martin, flagman ,res 4 Colerick. 

Shaughnessy Nora, domestic 166 E Berry. 

Shaw Charles F, train dispatcher N Y, C & St L Ry, res 9 N 
Cass. 

Shaw Charles H, painter L C Zollinger, res 225 W Superior. 

Shavr David J, Meat Market 28 Smith, res 26 same. 

Shaw George A, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 348 Hanna. 

Shaw Thomas, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 348 Hanna. 

Shaw Vincent B, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 25 Smith. 

Shay Dennis, laborer, bds 84 Baker. 

Shay lor Henry, bricklayer, res 17 Colerick. 

Shaylor Mary (wid Patrick), bds 17 Colerick. 

Shea Cornelius, saloon 82 Fairfield ave, res same. 

Shea John M, boilermaker, bds 7 Walnut. 

Shea Kate (wid Bartholomew B), res 7 Walnut. 

Shea Miss Mary, tailoress, bds 7 Walnut. 

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FOKT WAYNE DIKECTORT. 367 

Shea Michael F, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 421 Calhoun. 

Shea Patrick, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 44 Melita. 

Shea Thomas F, machine hand Rinesmith & Simonson, bds n 

8 cor Ohio and Hayden. 
Shea Timothy, laborer, res s s Hayden 6 w of McCulloch. 
Sheach Margaret (wid Martin), res 393 E Wayne. 
Shean John M, conductor P, F W & C Ry. 
Shearer, see also Schearer and Scherer. 

Shearer Andrew, switchtender P, F W & C Ry, res 6 Erie. 
Shearer George W, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 407 W 

Main. 
Sheehan John, laborer, bds n w cor Harrison and 1st. 
Sheehan Michael, sewer maker, bds 106 Barr. 
Shelby Wm H, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 25 Grand. 
Sheldon Charles H, bonnet bleacher 57 Clinton, res same. 
Sheldon Wallace W, prescription clerk T F Thieme, rooms 94 

Calhoun. 
Shelly Joseph, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 225 Lafayette. 
Shelvey Thomas J, clerk Louis Wolf & Co, res 16 Union. 
Shenkel Peter, laborer, res nw cor Putnam and Franklin ave. 
Shepard Abraham L, butcher, res 117 Williams. 
Sheppard Thomas, boilerraaker P, F W & C Ry, res 189 

Montgomery. 
Shepper Sophie, domestic 47 W Berry. 
Sherbondy Abraham M, carpenter, res 439 Broadway. 
Sherick Minnie, domestic F E Nave. 
Sheridan, see also Shirden. 
Sheridan Andrew, laborer, bds 262 Calhoun. 
Sheridan David, fireman, bds 257 Calhoun. 
Sheridan James, policeman, res 439 E Washington. 
Shidel Charles (Shidel & Heldt), bds 182 E Wayne. 
Shidel & Heldt (Charles Shidel, John Heldt), barbers 87 Cal- 
houn. 
Shideler Irving P, clerk J B White, res 52 W Main. 
Shiery John, laborer C J Winch & Son, res Adams. 
Shilling, see Schilling. 
Shingle Jacob, laborer, bds 9 Huffman. 
Shipley Martin, brakeman, res 79 Hoagland ave. 
Shipman Frank I, baggagemaster L S & M S Ry, res 233 

Wells. 
Shirden Annabelle (wid Hugh), res 19 Taylor. 
Shirden Charles L, laborer P, F W & C Ry, bds 19 Taylor. 
Shipman James F, brakeman, res w end 4th. 
Shoaff John A, photographer, 21 and 23 W Berry, res 64 Barr. 
Shoafif John B, bookkeeper G E Bursley & Co, bds Fleming 

House. 

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Shoaff Samuel H, harness 12 W Columbia, res 84 E Berry. 
Shoaff Wade C, agt Wanamaker & Brown 5 E Wayne, bd8 

Aveline House. 
Shober J Edgar, reporter, res 209 W Jefferson. 
Shoe Christian, laborer, bds 158 Montgomery. 
Shoemaker, see also Schumacher. 

Shoemaker Elizabeth (wid James), res e s Spy Run ave. 
Shoenbein Alice (wid Wm B), bds 347 E Wayne. 
Shoenfeld Wm, engineer Glass, Scheiman & Co, res 59 

Stophlet. 
Shoep Matthew, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 46 Taylor. 
Shoff Uriah S, traveling agt George De Wald & Co, res 50 W 

Superior. 
Shondel Wm, heater, res 227 Barr. 

Shook Louis, gate-tender P, F W & C Ry, bds 35 John. 
Shookmann John, teamster Jacoby & Wiegand, res s w cor 

Hanna and Taber. 
Shopka Wm, painter P, F W & C Ry, res 41 Pine. 
Shordon Daniel, agricultural impts 63 E Columbia, res same. 
Shorey George W, engineer, res 18 Butler. 
Shorey I Herbert, clerk W, St L & P Ry, bds 18 Butler. 
Shorey Wm H, chief clerk general ticket office F W, C & L 

Ry, res 18 Butler. 
Short John C, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry. 
Shrimpton Alfred (Kendrick & Shrimpton), bds Tremont 

House. 
Shroyer George W, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res 79 Hoag- 

land ave. 
Shryock Ann E (wid Joseph), res 164 W Berry. 
Shryock Samuel, res 12 N Cass. 

Shryock Wva W, Dentist 21 W Berry, res 164 same. 
Shultz, see also Schultz. 

Shultz Wm J, fireman P, F W ife C Ry, res 330 Calhoun. 
Shulze Charles E, clerk Root & Co, res 161 Griffith. 
Shulze Elliott G, clerk Hoffman Bros, bds 161 Griffith. 
Shninan Erastus, Second-Hand Goods and Pawn 

Broker 71 E Main, res 56 E Wayne. 
Shunk Allen F, druggist 207 E Jefferson, res same. 
Shunk Frank, cai-penter, res 184 Madison. 
Shupp Jacob, coachman Riverside. 
Shurick Frank S, ice, res 228 Fairfield ave. 
Shurick Gustav' laborer, res w s Walton ave 3 s of Pontiap. 
Shurtliff Charles P, machine hand Rhinesmith & Simonsou, 

res 65 Chai'les. 
Shurtleff Otis H, laborer, bds 52 Charles. 
Shuster John, molder, res 533 E Wayne. 



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Shuster Maiy (wid Josliua), res s s Hugli 1 w of Harmer. 

Shwaninger Peter, laborer, res w end of 5th. 

Sibel Martin, coremkr Bass F & M Works, bds 55 W DeWald. 

Sibert Caroline E (wid Watson G), res 22 Fulton. 

Sibray Miss Mary E, clerk, bds 230 W Wayne. 

Sibray Nathan, carpenter W, St L & P Ry, res 230 W Wayne. 

Sidle Minnie A, teacher Hoagland School, bds 29 Garden. 

Siebold, see also Seabold, Seibold and Seybold. 

Siebold Christian H, frmn N G Olds & Sons, res 34 Pritchard. 

Siebold Wm C, asst-frmn N G Olds & Sons, bds 83 Barthold. 

Siegmund Herman, tailor Andrew Foster, res College Farm e 

of limits. 
Sieldmaear Louise (wid Christian), res 180 W Jefferson. 
Siemon August A, clerk W Jacobs & Son, bds 27 Madison. 
Siemon August F (Siemon & Bro), res 27 Madison. 
Siemon Carl, mailing clerk Post Office, res 76 Montgomery. 
Siemon Frank, baker W F Geller, bds 102 Broadway. 
Siemon Henry, clerk Siemon & Bro, bds 27 Madison. 
Siemon Herman T, night ticket agent P, F W & C and G R 

& I Rys, res 27 Madison. 
Siemon Miss Matilda, bds 27 Madison. 

Siemon Otto, teacher Concordea College, res College grounds. 
Siemon Paul, engineer Jacoby & Wlegand, i-es 82 E Jefferson. 
Siemon Rudolph (Siemon & Bro), res 100 E Jefferson. 
Siemon & Brother (August F and Rudolph), Books, 

Stationery, Wall Paper, Pictures, Frames, etc 50 Calhoun. 

{See back cover.) 
Sihler Rev Wm H, pastor St. Paul's Lutheran Church, res 166 

Barr. 
Silvers Mrs Helen, res 190 Montgomery. 
Silvers Miss Sarah, seamstress, rooms 40 Madison. 
Sim John, res 196 Calhoun. 
Simelton Wm, clerk, bds J S Boughman. 
Simmons Gordon, bds 164 W Wayne. 
Simmons Wm H, coachman Dr W T Ferguson. 
Simon Julius L P, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 18 Pine. 
Simou Louis J, clerk Standard Oil Co, bds 82 E Jefferson. 
8ilUOllis Oscar A, President First National Bank, res 33 

Brackenridge. 
Simonson James H (Rhinesmith & Simonson), res 61 W Berry. 
Simonson James H, lumber, res 61 W Berry. 
Simonton Wm, clerk' J Certia & Co, res s s 4th w of Wells. 
Simpson John, bartender Custer House, res 84 Barr. 
Simpson M E Church, s e cor Dawson and Harrison. 
Sinclair Allen C, w:itehmaker, bds 87 Barr. 
Sinclair Austin M, carpenter, res s s Maud 2 wof Holton ave. 



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Sinclair John L, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 109 W 
DeWald. 

Sinclair Orlinda P, teacher Clay School, bds 128 E Wayne. 

Sinclair Samuel E (Sinclair & Hanna), res 128 E Wayne. 

Sinclair Susan S, teacher Harmer School, bds 128 E Wayne. 

Sinclair Thomas, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 109 W 
DeWald. 

Sinclair & Hanna (Samuel E Sinclair, Henry C Hanna), law- 
yers 6 and 7 Mergels Block. 

Sindraui Charles J, teamster J A Koehler, bds same. 

Sine Amoa, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 77 Dawson. 

Singer Slaniiracturin^ Company The, Henry 

C Eastwood Agent 73 Calhoun. 

Singleton Michael, plumber A Hattersley & Son, res 33 Baker. 

Singleton Michael T, policeman, res 33 Baker. 

Singleton Philip J, foreman P, F W & C Ry, res 27 Baker. 

Singleton Price, nurse City Hospital, res same. 

Singmaster Joseph, res 177 Jackson. 

Singmaster Joseph M, coppersmith P, F W & C Ry, res 177 
Jackson. 

Sink Elizabeth (wid Elijah), res n w cor Oliver and Samuel. 

Sink Miss Florence, bds n w cor Oliver and Samuel. 

Sinnegan Albert, stoker Ft Wayne Gas Light Co, res w s 
Francis nr Wayne. 

Sinnigen John, oiler, res 40 John. 

Sipbens David, millwright, res 120 W Superior. 

Sisler Frank, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 76 Dawson. 

Sites David, finisher N G Olds & Sons, res w s Broadway 1 s 
of Maple ave. 

Sites Emrie, machine hand Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds w s S 
Broadway opp organ factory. 

Sites E Frank, Dentist 27 Calhoun, res same. 

Sites George, actionmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res e s Indi- 
ana ave bet Broadway and Fairfield ave. 

Sites Henry C, dentist 82 Calhoun, res 25 W Lewis. 

SkatuUa Carl, patternmaker Bass F & M Works, res 96 Mont- 
gomery. 

Skelley Philip S, book agent, res 16 Sturgis. 

Skelton Benjamin W, Propr The Star Grocery 254 
Calhoun, res 126 W Jefferson. 

Skidmore W W, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry. 

Skinner Benajah C, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 391 Hanna. 

Slabacher George, sprinkler, res 122 Clay. 

Slaceman John, paper hanger L O Hull, bds 74 Barr. 

Slaceman Tyrus J, painter, res n w cor Fulton and Bracken- 
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Slack Mrs Magdalene, cook 29 E Main. 

Slagle Arthur, teamster Wilding & Son, bds 181 Fairfield ave. 

Slagle Arthur M, machinist, bds 202 Fairfield ave. 

Hlag^le, Bair &■ Co (John H Slagle, Lemuel L and 

Jonathan Bair), Clothes Wringer Mnfrs and Laundry- 
Goods 33 W Main. 
Slagle Harvey, engineer G R & I R R, res s s Fisher 2 w of 

Holton ave. 
Slagle John F, mach P, F W & C Ry, bds 202 Fairfield ave. 
Slagle John H (Slagle, Bair & Co), res 54 Jackson. 
Slagle Julia A (wid Samuel), res 202 Fairfield ave. 
Slagle Wm S, engineer, res 48 Chicago. 
Slaney Henry C, draughtsman Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, res 93 

W Jefferson. 
Slataper D Lee, roadmaster P, F W & C Ry, res 88 E Lewis. 
Slater Enimett A, Carpenter Rhinesmith & Simouson, 

bds 24 Barthold. 
Slater George A, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 138 Francis. 
Slater John, blacksmith W, St L «& P Ry, res 29 Butler. 
Slater Joseph, blacksmith, res 29 Prince. 
Slater Monroe I, turner Cochrane & Humphrey, res 390 E 

Wayne. 
Slater O'Fowler, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 114 W 

Wayne. 
Slater Sarah T (wid Isaac S), res 24 Barthold. 
Slater Thomas P, laborer S Bash & Co, res n s W Main 2 e of 

Edsall. 
Slater Wm M, teacher Fort Wayne Business College, bds 29 

Butler. 
Slatterry Michael, res 65 Melita. 

Slaudraff George, laborer, res w s Lafayette s of limits. 
Slaudrof John P, mach hand Rhinesmith & Simouson, res 3 

Metz. 
Sloan James H, clerk P, F W & C Ry, res 343 E Wayne. 
Sloan Robert B, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds Sallier 

House. 
Slusser Wm T, stereotyper Newspaper Union, bds Fleming 

House. 
Sly James H, machinist W, St L &PRy, bds 4 Kansas. 
Small Anthony G, clerk W H Fleming, bds 78 Force. 
Smalts Paul J, plasterer, res 334 W Jefferson. 
Smaltz Francis M, grocer 307 W Main, res 353 same. 
Smaltz John, clerk F M Smaltz, bds 353 W Main. 
Smallwood Wm, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Tremont 

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Smalzreef Sophie, laundress, rooms 80 Montgomery. 



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Smead Albert, truckman, res 377 E Washington. 

Sraead Edward C, lab, res w s St Mary's ave 1 s of Putnam. 

Smedley Edward G, traveling agent Carnalian, Hanna & Co, 

bds 134 E Main. 
Smenner, see also Sohmenner. 
Smenner Catherine (wid Henry), res 55 E Berry. 
Smenner Otto P, machinist F W, C & L R R, bds 29 E Main. 
Smick Manford M, bookkeeper Falk & Lamley, bds 526 E 

Wayne. 
Smick Samuel S, res 526 E Wayne. 
Smick Wm P, clerk, bds 164 W Wayne. 
Smid Frederick J, brewer, res 34 Taylor. 

Smidt Martin, laborer, res e s Broadway :^ mile s of Creighton. 
Smith, see also Schmidt. 
Smith Andrew, blacksmith, bds 6 Kansas. 
Slmith Andrew J, Pictures and Frames 142 Broadway, 

res same. 
Smith August, bartender Oliyer House, bds same. 
Smith Calvin L, clerk P, F W & C Ry, res s w cor Barr and 

Washington. 
Smith Casper A, engineer W, St L & P Ry, res 100 Butler. 
Smith Charles H, fireman A Kalbacher, bds Edsell House. 
Smith Christian, spoketurner N G Olds & Sons, bds 10 Lavina. 
Smith Clarence G, solicitor Fort Wayne Gazette, res 344 W 

Washington. 
Smith Cornelius S, physician 38 Douglas ave, res same. 
Smith C Albert, laborer, res 53 High. 
Smith Daniel, res 201 W Main. 

Smith Edward C, carriagetrimmer 3 and 5 Clay, res 11 Monroe. 
Smith Edward J, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 172 Greeley. 
Smith Egan H, taxidermist 18 W Columbia, res 148 E Col- 
umbia. 
Smith Elisha J, farmer, res 22 Ewing. 
Smith Emil H, painter, bds Fleming House. 
Smith Enaily (wid Anthony), bds Samuel Webb. 
Smith Eugene B, printer Newspaper Union, res 38 McClellan. 
Smith Frederick, switchman, res 18 Ewing. 
Smith Frederick S, machinist, res e s Hanna s of Eckart. 
Smith George, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res s w cor Thomas 

and E Creighton ave. 
Smith George G, well digger, res w s St Mary's ave 3 s of 

Spring. 
Smith George H, cigarmaker C Wenninghoflf, res 63 Madison. 
Smith George W (Patton & Smith), res s w cor Calhoun and 

Pontiac. 
Smith George W, engineer John Orff, res 344 W Main. 

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Smith Godfrey, carpenter, bds Union House. 
Smith Harry, clerk P, F W & C Ry, res 193 
Smith Harry C, clerk Branch Paper Co, bds 

and Pontiac. • 
Smith Miss Helena, governess 188 W Berry. 
Smith Mrs Henrietta, laundress 29 E Main. 
Smith Henry, engineer, res 106 DeWald. 
Smith Henry J, clerk D N Foster, bds 33 Wilt. 
Smith Jacob, bricklayer, res 33 Wilt. 

Smith James, foreman mach N G Olds & Sons, res 14 Summit. 
Smith James, carp Kendrick & Shrimpton, res Wayne twp. 
Smith James (col'd), cook Mayer House, res 287 E Washington. 
Smith James E, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, res w s Jackson 

1 s of W Water. 

Smith James M, laborer, bds s s Spring 1 w of St Mary's ave. 
Smith John, laborer Jacoby & Wiegand, res 44 John. 
Smith John, molder Bass F & M Works, res 343 E Lewis. 
Smith John A, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res Crestline O. 
Smith John M, cooper T W Blair, res 110 W Superior. 
Smith John W, laborer, bds 53 W Lewis. 
Smith Joseph D, fireman N T, C & St L Ry, res w s Oakland 

2 s of Huffman. 

Smith Joseph J, teamster, res 112 St Mary's ave. 

Smith J McNutt, res 39 Douglas ave. 

Smith J Sion, asst-supt Bass F »fc M Works, res 96 Butler. 

Smith Miss Kate, tailoress, bds 100 Williams. 

Smith Mrs Kate P, supt City Hospital, res same. 

Smith Lawrence B (Smith & Co), res Huntington, Ind. 

Smith Leonard C, fireman N T, C & St L Ry, bds 219 W 

Washington. 
Smith Lewis F, photographer M L Jones, bds 17 W Columbia. 
Smith Martin, laborer Hoffman Bros, bds 184 W Main. 
Smith Martin, teamster Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, res 7 Oak. 
Smith Philip, helper Bass F & M Works, res 14 Wall. 
Smith Reader, bds 39 Douglas ave. 

Smith Rebecca (wid Thomas), res s e cor Beck and Putnam. 
Smith Richard, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 86 Lillie. 
Smith Robert L, bds s w cor Harrison and Washington. 
Smith Rufus H, teamster Boseker, White <fe Co, res s e cor 

Glasgow ave and Maumee road. 
Smith Samuel, millwright Bass F & M Works, res 53 W Lewis. 
Smith Miss Sarah J, bds w s Oliver 1 s of Grant. 
Smith Seymour J, trav agt Morgan & Beach, res 1 1 9 E Main. 
Smith Spencer R, teacher of Latin and Greek Fort Wayne 

College, bds 38 Douglas ave. 
Smith Thomas, shoemaker James Forrest, bds 88-J Barr. 

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Smith Thomas R, fireman N Y, C &St L Ry, bds 174 Greeley. 

Smith Thomas C, pntr P, F W & C Ry, res 154 Montgomery. 

Smith Walter C, switchman, res 43 Baker. 

Smith Willard P, lumber buyer, res 169 High. 

Smith Wm, farmer, res w s Oliver 1 s of Grant. 

Smith Wm, lab, res s s Spring 1 w of St Mary's ave. 

Smith Wm, machinist Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 341 Hanna. 

Smith Wm, cigarmaker R C Reinewald, bds Clifton House. 

Smith Wm A, conductor, bds Commercial House. 

Smith Wm B, bookkeeper Boseker, White & Co, res e s Cal- 
houn 6 s of Leith. 

Smith Wm L, foreman N G Olds & Sons, res 142 Jackson. 

Smith & Co (Lawrence B Smith, Mrs John W Younge), drug- 
gists 328 Calhoun. 

Smoker Joseph, blacksmith, res 355 Lafayette. 

Smuthers Albert (col'd), hostler F K Cosgrove jr, bds 18 
Maiden Lane. 

Smyser Daniel F, clerk S Bash & Co, res 270 W Washington. ' 

Smyser Harry L, bds 270 W Washington. 

Smyser Henry, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res 63 Brackenridge. 

Smyser Mary, teacher Jefferson school, bds 270 W Washington. 

Smyser Mary A (wid Jacob), res 270 W Washington. 

Smyser Peter D (S Bash & Co), re^ 246 W Berry. 

Snarr Annie, domestic 12 Harrison. 

Snead John, hostler Legget Bros. 

Snebold Frederick C, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Robert 
Brooks. 

Sneider Henry J, wagonmaker C Ehrmann & Co, res 140 W 
Main. 

Snepp Oliver, printer, bds 15 Williams. 

Snider, see also Schneider and Snyder. 

Snider Albert, clerk A I & H Friend, bds Spy Run ave. 

Snider Catharine, domestic 251 W Main. 

Snider Clark, engineer, res 21 Lavina. 

Snider John, teamster, bds 206 Hanna. 

Snider M Alma, teacher Jefferson School, bds 26 Calhoun. 

Snider Oscar, riveter N G Olds & Sons, res 192 Lafayette. 

Snider Wm C, machine hand N G Olds & Sons, bds 202 
Francis. 

Sniveley Mrs Kate, res 109 Lafayette. 

Snodgrass Miss Jennie, dressmaker Mrs B Grout, bds 4 Division. 

Snodgrass John, gardner, res 4 Summit. 

Snodgrass John D T, machinist Ft W Jenney Electic Light 
Co, res 4 Summit. 

Snodgrass McCampbell, harnessmaker A S Johns & Son, bds 
4 Summit. 

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Snow John J, clerk, res 52 Walnut. 

Snyder, see also Schneider and Snider. 

Snyder Caleb, res 25 Clay. 

Snyder Miss Emma, seamstress, bds 155 Wallace. 

Snyder Florence, domestic 171 W Wayne. 

Snyder Franklin P, boilermaker, res 25 Clay. 

Snyder George, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 42 Walnut. 

Snyder Isaac L, conductor, res 67 Baker. 

Snyder John, carpenter, res 42 Walnut. 

Snyder John W, car repairer, res 1H9 N Harrison. 

Snyder James L, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res 67 Baker. 

Snyder Lewis, car driver, bds 25 Holman. 

Snyder Miss Mary, seamstress, bds 65 Clinton. 

Snyder Mathias, teamster Morgan & Beach, res 15 Hamilton. 

Snyder Simon, laborer, res 143 Archer ave. 

Snyder Wm, laborer, res 204 E Wayne. 

Soast Louis, res 189 Madison. 

Soliday Jesse F, clerk S D Soliday, bds 61 E Main. 

Soliday Solomon. D, second-hand goods 63 E Main, res 10 
Elizabeth. 

Somers Wm M, carpenter, bds 56 Leith. 

Somieski Charles M, laborer Hoffman Bros, bds w s St Mary's 
ave 2 n of Lake. 

Sommer Carl, photographer 30 Calhoun, res s s Putnam 2 e 
of Hensch. 

Sommer Frederick, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 83 Holman. 

Sommers, see also Summers. 

Sommers Charles F, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 63 Melita. 

Sommers Miss Emma, bds 24 E Washington. 

Sommers Gertrude (wid Joseph), res 57 W Jefferson. 

Sommers Henry, machinist, res 55 W Jefferson. 

Sommers Henry G, clerk H G Wagner, bds 24 E Washington. 

Sommers John, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 331 Lafayette. 

Sommers John F, brakeman, bds 31 Grand. 

Sommers Mary (wid John), res 31 Grand. 

Sommers Moses P, switchman, bds 31 Grand. 

Sommers Peter J, conductor, res 12 Melita. 

Sommers Reinhard, beer pedler C L Centlivre, res n s 4th 1 e 
of Wells. 

Sonnenburg Albert, laboi'er N G Olds & Sons, bds w s Car- 
oline 1 s of Suttenfield. 

Sonnenburg Daniel, coremaker Bass F & M Works, res 69 
Oliver. 

Sonnenburg Michael, wiper P, F W & C Ry, res w s Caro- 
line 1 s of Suttenfield. 

Sontag Louis, tailor Fred Hardung, bds 183 Calhoun. 



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Sordelet Miss Clara, bds 153 Maumee road. 

Sordelet Frank L, clerk Louis Wolf & Co, res 10 Barthold ave. 

Sorg Alban, jeweler Trenkley & Scherzinger,bds Custer House. 

Sorg John, laborer Hoffman Bros, bds 61 E Main. 

Soi-g Joseph J, restaurant 61 E Main, res same. 

Sorg Lizzie, domestic .30 John. 

Sorge Frederick, laborer Peters' Box & Lumber Co, bds 56 
St Mary's ave. 

Sosenheimer Benjamin C, tinner P, F W & C Ry, bds 11 
Laselle. 

Sosenheimer Charles J, foreman P, F W & C Ry, res 210 
Lafayette. 

Souder Daniel W, deputy clerk Criminal Court, res 17 Miner. 

Southern James, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 278 Webster. 

Southern Wm H, fireman P, F W & C Ry, bds 278 Webster. 

South Shore Fast Freight Line, oifice 4 Aveline House Block. 

Sovine Emanuel, carpenter Cochrane & Humphrey, res 65 
Huffman. 

Sowers Samuel S, bds 250 W Jefferson. 

Spalding Willard W, farmer, res w s Calhoun 2 s of Killea. 

Spanburgh Samuel R, laborer, res 29 Hood. 

Spangler Addie, laundress Mayer House. 

Spangler Clara, domestic s w cor Calhoun and Columbia. 

Spangler Ephraim, laborer, res W Superior. 

Sparr Charles G, molder, bds 219 Lafayette. 

Spearing Henry, engineer W,'St L & P Ry, res 123 Williams. 

Speckman Charles, teamster A C Trentman, bds 73 Wilt. 

Speckman Henry, laborer, bds 73 Wilt. 

Speckman Sophia, domestic 99 W Jefferson. 

Speelman George W, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds 75 
Charles. 

Speidel Anthony, laborer P, F W & C Ry, bds 272 E Jefferson. 

Speidel Herman, laborer, res 272 E Jefferson. 

Spellman Charles D, tel opr W, St L & P Ry, res 1 River- 
side ave. 

Spellman Rev Richard D, pastor M E Church, res 1 River- 
side ave. 

Spencer Ann M (wid John), res 17 W Lewis. 

Spencer Calvin W (Rowe & Spencer), res 303 Calhoun. 

Spencer Clara R (wid Asaph P), bds 68 CreightOn ave. 

Spencer David J, clerk, rooms 176 Calhoun. 

Spencer Miss Ellen J (Jenkinson & Spencer), res 216 W 
Wayne. 

Spencer John C, bds 17 W Lewis. 

Spencer Martin V JB (Spencer & Jenkinson), Propr 
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' Spencer & Jenkinson (Martin V B Spencer, Joseph J Jenkin- 

son), lawyers 33 Calhoun. 
Spenn Charles, laborer Boseker, White & Co, res n of N Y, C 

& St L Ry beyond limits. 
Spereisen Cresence, seamstress 26) W Berry. 
Spereisen J Alexander, Blacksmith and Wagon- 
maker 165 Fairfield ave, res 56 Taylor. 
Spice John (J Spice & Son), res 48 W Main. 
Spice Robert (J Spice & Son), res 165 Van Buren. 
Spice J & Son (John and Robert), Pump Mnfrs and 

dealers in Lightning Rods and Wind Mills 48 W Main 

and 11 Pearl. {See adv, p 81.) 
Spidel Herman, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 272 E Jefferson. 
Spiegel August, laborer, res 40 Wall. 
Spiegel Bernard, blacksmith W, St L & P Ry, res 153 W 

DeWald. 
Spiegel Charles, clerk, bds 315 W Jefferson. 
Spiegel Fred C, clerk Meyer Bros & Co, res 56 Nelson. 
Spiegel Gottfried E, grocer 183 Broadway, res 36 Nirdlinger. 
Spieg'el Oustav, Boots and Shoes 132 Broadway, res 315 

W Jefferson. 
Spiegel Wm A, tuner Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 315 W 

Jefferson. 
Spielman Peter, res 138 Fairfield aye. 

Spilker Christian, carpenter S H Beverforden, res 148 Taylor. 
Spillman Jessie (wid Wm B), bbarding house 43 E Main. 
Spillner Charles F, brickmaker Wm Miller, res 341 Hanna. 
Spillner Charles F jr, brickmaker Wm Miller, res 341 Hanna. 
Spindler August, laborer N G Olds & Sons. 
Spindler Jacob, lab Bass F & M Works, res 256 E Washington. 
Spoenle Louis, machinist C L Olds & Co, res 101 Wells. 
Sponhauer Wilder S, clerk Rogers, Lewis & Co, res 43 Union. 
Sprague Miss Aurelia, dressmaker, rooms 220 W Berry. 
Sprandel Wm, clerk Aveline House, res 55 E Wayne. 
Spring Alexander H, clerk, bds 194 E Washington. 
Spring Charles R, carpenter, bds 194 E Washington. 
Spring John, bds 194 E Washington. 
Spring Samuel, bds 18 Ewing. 
Spring Wm H, carpenter, bds 194 E Washington. 
Springer Henry B, cigarmaker J C Eckert, res e s Clinton bet 

N Y, C & St L Ry and E Superior. 
Sproat Alexander, laborer, res u w cor Water and VanBuren. 
Spurrier Dennis D, tinner M Diehl & Co, res 141 Force. 
Stace Alfred W, bookkeeper, res 103 Lafayette. 
Stacher Charles, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res s w cor 

Buchanan and Warsaw. 

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Stadtler Christian, res Tl 3d. 

Stadtler John, bartender C Westenfeld, res 71 3d. 

Stafford Martin, engineer P,F W & C Ry, res 273 E Lewis. 

Stafford Seymour G, fireman, bds 63 3d. 

Stahl Belle, cook, bds n w cor Butler and Clinton. 

Stahl Christan, laborer P, F W & C Rv, bds 49 St Martins. 

Stahl Christian P, machine hand P, F "W & C Ry, res 49 St 

Martins. 
Stahl Hattie, bds n w cor Butler and Clinton. 
Stahl Henry J, fireman, bds n w cor Butler and Clinton. 
Stahl Miss Mary C, bds 49 St Martins. 
Stahl Reuben, carpenter, res n w cor Butler and Clinton. 
Stahlhut Frederick, teamster, res 153 Ewing. 
Stahn E Oswald, clerk Keil & Bro, bds cor Monroe and 

Jefferson. 
Staley John H, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, res 91 Ewing. 
Stalf Julius, carpenter J H Meyer, bds 256 E Washington. 
Stalf Louis, carpenter, res 256 E Washington. 
Standiff Lvdia (wid James M), bds 213 Fairfield ave. 

Standard liife Ass^ociation, H J Neikirk Pres, H M 

Harpster Sec, Jacob Hetrick Treas 29 W Main. 

Standard Manufacturing' Co, Jared D Bond Pres, 

J F Curtice Sec and Treas, George S Fowler Supt, 

Mnfrs of Car Brake Shoes and Heads, Works Clinton nr 

W, St L & P Ry, Office Burgess Block. 
Standard Oil Co, John Gilbert Manager, s w cor 

Calhoun and Main. 
Staneky Mary (wid John), res 111 Gay. 
Stanger Alexander, spokefitter N G Olds & Sons, bds 527 

Lafayette. 
Stanger Henry, blacksmith P, F W & C Ry, res e s Lafayette 

2 s of Pontiac. 
Stanley Chauncey, carriagemkr M L Albrecht, res 221 WMain. 
Stanley Emma, teacher Washington School, bds 221 W Main. 
Stanley Susan, domestic 12 Harrison. 
Staudacher George, wiper, res 43 Wilt. 
Stapleford Charles, car inspector N Y, C & St L Ry, res St 

Joe road. 
Stapleford Emma (wid Charles), bds 369 Lafayette. 
Stapleford Henry T, ti-aveling agent J J Baily & Co, res 99 

E Washington. 
Stapleford Lucien P (Stapleford & Co), auctioneer s e cor 

Lafayette and Columbia, res 106 E Main. 
Stapleford & Co (Lucien P Stapleford), Livery, Feed 

and Sale Stable and Proprs Herdic Coach Line s e cor 

Lafayette and Columbia. 

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Star Union Line, P A Lynn agent 93 Calhoun. 

Stark Alice, domestic 201 W Berry. 

Stark Daniel J, bartender Boltz & Beebe, rooms Keystone 

Block. 
Starke Charles, machine hand N G Olds & Sons, res e s John 

5 s of Creighton ave. 
Starke Emil, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds e s John 5 s of 

Creighton ave. 
Starke Frederick, boltmaker P, F W & C Ry, res 8 Orchard. 
Starken Bertha, domestic 88 W Berry. 
Starker Christian, carpenter, bds 115 Taylor. 
Starkey Minnie A, domestic 107 E Main. 
Starkey Orlando L (O L Starkey & Co), res 102 E Main. 
Starkey O Li &: Co (Orlando L Starkey), Proprs Fort 

Wayne Paint and Painting Co 70 Calhoun. 
Starr Charles, laborer, bds Ida Steinmann. 
Starr Lemuel P, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 31 Laselle. 
Statler Maggie, domestic 20 Brackenridge. 
Staub Alexander H (Staub Bros), res 231 W Jefferson. 
Stailb Bros (Alexander H and George W), Stoves, Tin- 
ware and House Furnishing Goods and Tin Roofers 16 E 

Columbia. 
Staub George W (Staub Bros), res 47 W Superior. 
Stauffer Gottlieb, tailor 135 Calhoun, res 59 Brackenridge. 
Staunton Mrs Lida, res 243 W Washington. 
Steark Erasmus, porter A C Trentman, bds 25 Nirdlinger ave. 
Steedley James P, pedler, res 41 Gay. 

Steel David, solicitor Slagle, Bair & Co, res 89 W Jefferson. 
Steen Elizabeth (wid Joseph), res 47 Buchanan. 
Steen Ella, domestic 42 W Main. 

Stege August, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 200 E Lewis. 
Stegemeyer Wm, teamster, res 20 Hough. 
Steger Rudolph, clerk, res 150 Montgomery. 
Stegmeier Jacob, carpenter, res 38 Gay. 
Stegner Amelia (wid Gustave), res 76 Madison. 
Stegner Charles, clerk, bds 76 Madison. 

Stehle Harry R, painter P, F W & C Ry, res 255 E Lewis. 
Steichler Frederick, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 26 Laselle. 
Steichler Miss Helena, bds 26 Laselle. 
Steiger Peter, laborer, res 5 Huffman. 

Steigerwald John A, turner N G Olds & Sons, res 63 Madison. 
Steigerwald John A jr, turner N G Olds & Sons, res w s 

Webster s of Pontiac. 
Stein Charles, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 86 Lillie. 
Stein Daniel L, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 318 Harrison. 
Stein H Wm, laborer Bass F & M Works, bds 297 E Wayne. 

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Stein Jacob, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 44 Butler. 

Stein Joseph, res 122 Maumee road. 

Stein Joseph N, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 75 Force. 

Stein Michael, machinist Kerr Murray Milfg Co, bds 301 
Calhoun. 

Stein Peter, molder Bass F & M Works, res 157 Hanna. 

Stein Peter, res 122 Maumee road. 

Stein Robert T, spoketurner N G Olds & Sons, res 100 Me- 
chanic's. 

Steinacker Frances (wid Frederick), res 112 Fairfield ave. 

Steinacker Frank, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 112 La- 
fayette ave. 

Steinacker George J, laborer, bds 112 Fairfield ave. 

Steinau Bernard, shoemkr C Schiefer & Son, res 9 N Calhoun. 

Steinberg Eugene, clerk A Mergentheim, bds 47 W Berry. 

Steinborn John, laborer Bass F & M Works, res e s Walton 
ave 1 s of Vine. 

Stein brenner Frederick J, machine hand Ft Wayne Organ Co, 
bds 316 S Broadway. 

Steinbrenner Wm H, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 
316 S Broadway. 

Steinbrunner Robert, foreman, res 24 Williams. 

Steinhauser Henry, wagonraaker, res 31 Taylor. 

Steinhauser John, laborer P, F W c% C Ry, bds 315 E Wayne. 

Steinhauser Nicholas, laborer H L Studer, bds same. 

Steinhauser Wm C, blacksmith L B Johns, bds 31 Taylor. 

Steinkaemper Anthony, carpenter W, St L & P Ry, res 15 8 
Griffith. 

Steinke August R, scroll sawyer Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 61 
Oakley. 

Steinke Edward, wiper P, F W & C Ry, res 61 Oakley. 

Steinman Catherine (wid Jacob), confectionery 152 Barr, res 
same. 

Steinman Emma, dressmaker E Lauer, bds 152 Barr. 

Steinman Ida, (wid Jacob), res n e cor Lake and Franklin ave. 

Steip Philip, laborer, res s w cor Lafayette and Murray. 

Steiss Johv G, cooper, res s w cor Short and Archer ave. 

Stelllioru Charles, Boot and Shoe Maker 146 Calhoun, 
res 133 W Superior. 

Stellhorn Charles, servant Montgomery Hamilton, bds 213 
Madison. 

Stellhorn Frederica, bds 133 W Superior. 

Stellhorn Henry, blacksmith, res 22 Madison. 

Stellhorn Maria (wid Henry), bds 22 Madison. 

Stellhorn Sophia (wid Henry), res s s New Haven road 1 w 
of toll gate. 

I/AAOJ^ DRn Sell all kiiids_ of Crockery and Glass- 



ware, at No. 5 East Columbia Street, 



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Stellhorn Wm C, clerk Harper & Bowers, bds 22 Madison. 
Stellwagen George, engineer GR & I RR, rooms 241 Calhoun. 
Stemen Christian, brakeman, bds 209 E Wayne. 
Stemen Christian B, physician and surgeon, and editor and 

publisher of the Ft Wayne Journal of The Medical 

Sciences s w cor Calhoun and Berry, res 261 W Wayne. 
Stemen George B (Stemen & Andrews), res 209 Barr. 
Stemen George C, clerk P, F W & C Ry, res 15 Holman. 
Stemen Miss Kate, teacher, bds 261 W Wayne. 
Stemen & Andrews (George B Stemen, James C Andrews), 

druggists 164 Calhoun. 
Stenner Albert, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 95 E Jefferson. 
Stenner Frederick W, clerk George De Wald & Co, res 95 E 

Jefferson. 
Stentz Henry M, cigarmaker J C Eckert, res 32 Hood. 
Stephan Anton, teamster, res 92 Wilt. 
Stephan G Philip, carpenter, res 26 Hood. 
Stephan Henry (H Stephan & Co), res 109 Madison. 
Stephan Julius C, foreman transfer house P, F W & C Ry, 

res 32 Wall. 
Stephan Wm, chief draughtsman P, F W & C Ry, res n e 

cor Winter and Pontiac. 
Stephan H & Co, (Henry Stephan, Samuel D Bitler), coopers 

and tresshoops mnfrs n w cor E Wayne and Schick. 
Stern Joseph P, machine hand Rhinesmith & Simonson, bds 

180 Montgomery. 
Stern Philip, wiper P, F W & C Ry, res 1 80 Montgomery. 
Sternberger Martin, laborer Hoffman Bros, res n s 5th 3 w of 

Wells. 
Sterns Frederick, laborer Olds Wagon Works, bds 180 

Montgomery. 
Stetler Henry, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 240 W Main. 
Stetter John, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 42 Nirdlinger ave. 
Stetter Louis, carpenter, bds 42 Nirdlinger ave. 
Stetter Mary, (wid Louis), res 42 Nirdlinger ave. 
Stetzer Peter, laborer, res 352 E Washington. 
Steup Henry A, agricultural impts, res 106 W Jefferson. 
Steup H C Gottlieb, clerk Fred Hardung, res 19 W Wash- 
ington. 
Steup Louis, tillerman City Fire Department, bds 106 W 

Jefferson. 
Stevens Eleanor (wid Wm W), bds 139^ Calhoun. 
Stevens Hanna E (wid Wm), res 139^ Calhoun. 
Stevens John K, raolder Bass F & M Works, rooms 143 

Holman. 
Stevens Loren H, coiid P, F W & C Ry, res 40 McClellan. 



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Stevens Rufus L, foreman upholsterer P, F W & C Ry, res 
129 Holman. 

Stevens Samuel P, physician, bds 248 Calhoun. 

Stevens Thomas, bds 173 W Wayne. 

Stevens Wm C, clerk L S & M S Ry, rooms 94 Calhoun. 

Stevenson Edward W, brakeman, bds 257 Calhoun. 

Stevenson Wm L, barber 24 Barr, bds 140 Holman. 

Steward Charity (wid Robert), bds James Cartwright. 

Stewart Asbury, laborer, res w s Spy Run ave. 

Stewart Charles, blacksmith P, F W & C Ry, res 71 Baker. 

Stewart Charles J, night police, res 123 Wilt.' 

Stewart Galvin M, foreman Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 14 E 
Columbia. 

Stewart Hugh, col Daniel Ryan, rooms 161 W Washington. 

Stewart James R, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 66 Oakley. 

Stewart, Jainieson & Beadell (Thomas Stewart, 
John JamiesoD, Henry Beadell), Proprietors Boston Dry 
Goods Store 4 Keystone Block, 18 Calhoun. 

Stewart Rev John P, pastor First U B Church, res 336 Hanna. 

Stewart Joseph, fireman P, F W & C Ry, bds 71 Baker. 

Stewart Mattie A (wid Robert), res 203 E Wayne. 

Stewart Thomas (Stewart, Jamieson & Beadell), res 94 Grif- 
fith. 

Stewart Wm A, messenger P, F W & C Ry, bds 123 Wilt. 

Stewart Wm C, lab N G Olds & Sons, bds 71 Baker. 

Stewart Wm D, clerk Huestis & Hamilton, bds 203 E Wayne. 

Sthair Archibald S, blksmith L B Johns, bds 18 Maiden Lane. 

Sthair G Adelbert, hackdriver Powers & Barnett, bds 18 
Maiden Lane. 

Sthair Henry, blacksmith Chauvey Bros, res 18 Maiden Lane. 

Stibbins James C, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 161 Hanna. 

Stickle Jacob, teamster, res 41 N Cass. 

Stiefel Leopold C, clerk L Wolf & Co, bds 204 W Berry. 

Stiek Lizzie, domestic 132 W Jefferson. 

Stiel Anton, laborer HofFman Bros, bds 215 W Main. 

Stier Frank G, molder Bass F & M Works, res 75 Madison. 

Stier George, barber, bds 94 Buchanan. 

Stier George J, clerk, res 32 Clinton. 

Stier Mrs George J, milliner 32 Clinton, res same. 

Stier Henry A, foi-eman Bass F & M Works, res 94 Buchanan. 

Stier Henry J, clerk Root & Co, bds 106 Lafayette. 

Stier Jacob J, frmn mldr Bass F & M Works, res 337 E Lewis. 

Stier John, mach hand N G Olds & Sons, bds 94 Buchanan. 

Stier John, res 188 E Washington. 

Stier John C (Brink & Stier), bds Racine House. 

Stier Miss Mary C S, bds 94 Buchanan. 

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Stier Sophia, dressmaker Mrs G F Stier, bds 106 Lafayette. 

Stiers Heury, frmn street comraissioners, res 106 Lafayette. 

Stilts Mrs Adeline, res e s Grant ave' bet Randall and Hum- 
phrey. 

Stinge Frank, blacksmith, res 60 Prince. 

Stirk Samuel W, laborer, res 16 Huffman. 

Stirk Wm, cabinetmaker Peters' Box & Lumber Co, res 27 
Clark. 

Stirling Daniel McF, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 164 S 
Broadway. 

Stitzer Peter H, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 352 Washington. 

Stockbridge Charles A, clerk N P Stockbridge, res e s Spy 
Run ave. 

Stockbridge Nathaniel P, Books, Stationery, Wall 
Paper, Childrens' Carriages, Pictures and Frames 15 E 
Columbia, res 225 W Wayne. 

Stockbridge Nathaniel P jr, clerk N P Stockbridge, bds 225 
W Wayne. 

Stocking Henry, engineer W, St L & P Ry, res 126 Ewing. 

Stocking John, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, res n e cor Jef- 
ferson and Broadway. 

Stockman Charles, beer pedler C L Centlivre, res 44 4th. 

Stockwell James, fireman G R & I R R, res 40 Chicago. 

Stoehr Frederick, brakeman, res 48 Charles. 

Stoehr John, watchmaker and jeweler 139 Broadway, bds 139 
Griffith. 

Stokes Edward, engineer G R & I R R, res n w cor Baker 
and Webster. 

Stolf Louis, carpenter Henry Meyer. 

Stoll Conrad, helper, res 29 Wefel. 

Stoll Frederick, coppersmith W, St L&PRy, res 48 Walnut. 

Stoll Henry, teamster, res 25 2d. 

Stoll Henry jr, bartender Frank Schiemer & Co, bds 25 2d. 

Stoll Jacob, deliverer Keil & Bro, bds 29 Wefel. 

St'^ll Wm H, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 351 W Main. 

Stone Emma (wid Wm E), res T9 W DeWald. 

Stoneburner Elias, painter, res w s Walton 2 s of Creighton. 

Stonecifer Benjamin, conductor, bds Racine House. 

Stonecifer Daniel, brakeman N Y, C &StL Ry, res 59 3d. 

Stoner John M, res rear 73 High. 

Stonehill Frank, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds 36 Baker. 

Stoplilet John W, mailing clerk postoffice, res 106 Jackson. 

Stordocker Peter, wiper P, F W & C Ry. 

IStorin Joseph A M, Builders' Hardware and Tools 3 E 
Columbia, res 242 W Wayne. 

Story Harriet (wid James), res 16 W Superior. 

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Stotz Ulrich, Imported Rhine and French Wine a Spec- 
ialty, also Moerlein Export Beer 21 and 23 E Main, res 
same. 

Stouder, see also Studer. 

Stouder Frank E, driver J A Scott, bds s e cor Clinton and 
Superior. 

Stouder Harvey F, laborer Coombs & Co, res Wayne Trace 
nr P, F W & C Ry. 

Stouder Henry G, collector, bds Edsall House. 

Stouder Jacob H, proprs Edsall House s e cor Clinton and E 
Superior. 

Stouder Jacob M, clerk Pfeiffer & Schlatter, bds Edsall 
House. 

Stouder Jennie, domestic Edsall House. 

Stouder John, laborer, bds Edsall House. 

Stouder Joseph, pedler, res n s Creighton ave 1 w of S Wayne. 

Stouder Wm W, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 275 Webster. 

Stover John W, harnessmaker 98 Barr, bds 104 same. 

Stowe Frederick W, clerk The Newspaper Union, bds 215 W 
Washington. 

Strack Emma (M & E Strack), bds 77 Douglas ave. 

Strack Mary (M & E Strack), bds 77 Douglas ave. 

Strack Misses M & E (Mary and Emma), dressmakers 77 
Douglas ave. 

Strader Edith, domestic 261 W Wayne. 

Strader John, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 48 Boone. 

Strader Joseph, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 126 Har- 
rison. 

Strain Ashbel G (Keller Medicine Co), res 73 Harrison. 

Strangmann E Ferdinand, laborer, bds 189 Madison. 

Strangmann F Conrad, carpenter, bds 189 Madison. 

Strangmann Henry, teamster Bartels & Co, bds 189 Madison. 

Strangmann Herman, bds 189 Madison. 

Strangmann Wilhelmina (wid Conrad), res 189 Madison. 

Strasburg Augusta (wid Frederick), res 74 Wilt. 

Strasburg Christian, potash mnf r foot E Main, res 119 Wilt. 

Strasburg Ferdinand, clerk Root & Co, bds 74 Wilt. 

Strasburg Wm F, machine hand Cochrane & Humphrey, bds 
74 Wilt. 

Strasen Gotthold H, teacher Evangelical Lutharan Zion's 
Congregational School, res s w cor E Creighton ave and 
Hanna. 

Strass Emanuel, traveling agt, res 106 Webster. 

Strass Jacob, clerk Elisba Becker, bds 162 Barr. 

Strasser Robert, machinist, res e s Winter 1 s of Pontiac. 

Stratton Henry, teamster, res 110 W Washington. 



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Stratton Irvin (J Q Stratton & Bro), res 282 W Washington. 

Stratton Jerome Q (J Q Stratton & Bro), res 161 W Wash- 
ington. 

Stratton J Q & Bro (Jerome Q and Irvin), lawyers 22 E Berry. 

Ntratton Robert, Lawyer s w cor Main and Calhoun, 
res 143 W Wayne 

Straughan Jesse R, civil engineer, res 87 E Berry. 

Strausbaiigh Jeremiah W, engineer Bass F & M Works, ros 
30 John. 

Strawbridge Charles T, corresponding elk Bass F & M Works, 
bds 162 E Lewis. 

Strayer E Oscar, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds Sallior 
House. 

Streen John, laborer Hoffman Bros, res n s Wheeler w of limits. 

Streicher Anna (wid Andrew), res 35 Wefel. 

Strnicher George, barber S Hubbard, bds 35 Wefel. 

Streicher John, upholsterer P E Wolf, bds 41 High. 

Streicher Wm J, bartender Rupert Wagner, res 63 High. 

Streithmather August, clerk T Niemann, bds 272 E Washintr- 
ton. 

Streletsky Simon, grocer 233 E Jefferson, res same. 

Streups Aaron, painter, res n w cor Aboit and St Mary's avo. 

Stribley Annie (wid Murray R), rooms 1S6 WMain. 

Strickland Wm H, bookkeeper L O Hull, res 114 W Wash- 
ington. 

Strieder Christoph, teacher St Paul's German Lutheran 
School, res 166 Barr. 

Striker Christian, bds 75 Melita. 

Striker Christian, casemaker, res s w cor Washington and 
Broadway. 

Striker Christian, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co,bds 223 
Calhoun. 

Striker Tunis V, regulator Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 158 Fair- 
field ave. 

Stringer Elza T, traveling agent, res 76 DeWald. 

Stringfield George, switchman P, F W & C Ry, bds Sallier 
House. 

Stringfield George W, conductor P, F W <fc C Ry, res w s 
tValton ave nr R R track. 

Stritmatter Charles, laborer, res u s Wayne 1 e of Hanover. 

Stritmatter John, labore?-, bds Charles Stritmatter. 

Stritmatter Matthias, laborer Citizens' Street Ry Co, bds 25 
Holman. 

Strobel Wm, laborer, bds 192 Montgomery. 

Strode! George, harnessmaker G H Kuntz, bds 132 Wells. 

Strodel Gustave A, saloon 127 Calhoun, res same. 



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Strode! John George, Nimrod Hall Saloon 54 E Main, 

res same. {See adv, p 87.) 
Sti-odel Matthias jr, res 132 Wells. 
Strohm Christina, domestic H Freistroffer. 
Stromm Jacob, laborer, bds 37 Colerick. 
Stromm John, laborer, bds 37 Colerick. 
Stromm Maria (wid George), res 37 Colerick. 
Strong Edward, engineer, bds 49 Baker. 
Strong Harriet (wid Metzer B), res 258 W Wayne. 
Strong Henry, confectionery 74 W Jefferson, res same. 
Strong Jared C, patternmaker, res 128 E Main. 
Strong Josephine, teacher Clay School, bds 128 E Main. 
Strong Miss Louisa, bds 27 Madison. 

Strong Louvie E, teacher Jefferson School, bds 128 E Main. 
Strope Dennis B, foreman round house P, F W & C Ry, res 

324 Calhoun. 
Strope Frederick J, machinist Ft Wayne Jenney Electric 

Light Co, bds 339 Lafayette. 
Strope Wendell M, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 339 Lafayette. 
Strouse James Z, bds 199 W Washington. 
Strubey Charles, music teacher 81 E Jefferson, res same. 
Strunk Miss Louisa, bds 27 Madison. 
Strunz Christian, grocer 72 Barr, res same. 
Struver Wm, grocer 66 E Main, res same. 
Stryker Rev Wm M, res 330 W Jefferson. 
Stubbs John D, molderBass F & M Works, res 228 Francis. 
Stuber Albert, laborer, bds 98 Montgomery. 
Stubnatzy Miss Alberta, teacher, bds 403 E Washington. 
Stubnatzy Lena (wid Wolfgang S), res 403 E Washington. 
Stubnatzy Marie, clerk Root & Co, bds 403 E Washington. 
Stubnatzy Paul, clerk, bds 403 E Washington. 
Stuck Levi A, molder, res e s McCulloch 2 n of Hayden. 
Studer, see also Stouder. 

Studer Ferdinand, laborer, res n s Killea 4 w of Webster. 
Studer H Leopold, mineral water n e cor Jackson and Noll, 

res same, 
Studer Joseph, engine hostler N Y, C & St L Ry, res 285 

W Main. 
Studor Jerome J (Moderwell & Studor), res Spy Run ave. 
Stukey Caroline, domestic 152 W Wayne. 
Stull Anthony, carpenter, res 85 Wilt. 

Stumpp Ludwig, car inspector P, F W & C Ry, res 33 Wall.' 
Sturgeon Frank M, student, bds 339 W Washington. 
Sturgis Louisa (wid Dr Charles E), bds 213 W Berry. 
Sturgis Mary C (wid Wm E), bds Riverside Spy Run ave. 
Sturmer Wm, carp F W, C & L R R, res 108 Maumee ave. 



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FORT WAYNE DIEECTOBT. 387 

Sturn Commodore P, washer French, Hanna & Co, bds 100 E 
Superior. 

Stutsman Flavia L, seamstress 26 W Main, res same. 

Stutsman Frank B, helper Academy of Music, bds 26 W Main. 

Stultzenberger Anton, clerk P, F W & C Ry, res 6 Edgerton. 

Stutzenberger Frank, painter L B Johns, res 383 E Wash- 
ington. 

Such Charles, mach hand Ranke, Yergens <fc Co, bds 1 1 Leith. 

Such Emil, laborer C L Olds & Co, res 11 Leith. 

Such Emil jr, laborer Ranke, Yergens & Co, bds 11 Leith. 

Sudbrink Wm, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 25 Hough. 

Sudhoff E Henry, clerk L Wolf, res 210 W Jefferson. 

Sudorius Louis, laborer C L Centlivre, bds Thomas Hunt. 

Suelzer John, carpenter cor Hanna and Taber, res same. 

Suelzer Wm, carpenter, bds 303 Hanna. 

Sugrue Timothy J, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 29 Hough. 

Sukup Andrew, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 27 Laselle. 

Sukup Joseph, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 27 Laselle. 

Sukup Miss Mary, dressmaker E Lauer, bds 27 Laselle. 

Sukup Peter, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 27 Laselle. 

Sullivan Cornelius, laborer, res 23 Tayloi'. 

Sullivan Eugene O, boarding house s w cor Thomas and 
Grant, res same. 

Sullivan James M, engineer, bds 415 Lafayette. 

Sullivan John, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds Sullivan 
House. 

Sullivan John, machinist Kerr Murray Mnfg Co bds 23 
Calhoun. 

Sullivan John F, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 320 Calhoun. 

Sullivan John H, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 2 Thomas. 

Sullivan John J, brakeman F W, C & L R R, bds Racine 
House. 

Sullivan Kittie, bds s w cor Thomas and Grant. 

Sullivan Maggie, waiter McKinnie House. 

Sullivan Mary (wid Patrick), res 28 Melita. 

Sullivan Mary (wid Henry M), res 78 E Columbia. 

Sullivan Mrs Mary, res 174 E Berry. 

Sullivan Mary A, bds s w cor Thomas and Grant. 

Sullivan Michael, laborer T W & W Ry, res New Haven, Ind. 

Sullivan Michael, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 399 Hanna. 

Sullivan Patrick, machine hand, bds 28 Melita. 

Sullivan Sarah C, bds s w cor Thomas and Grant. 

Sullivan Thomas, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res 32 Butler. 

Sullivan Thomas F, transfer mail agent, res 348 Calhoun. 

Sullivan Timothy, spokefitter N G 01ds& Sons, bds 28 Melita. 

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Sulzer John, clerk H W Fry, bds 104 E Lewis. 

Summers, see also Sommers. 

Summers Clara, cook Fort Wayne College. 

Summers James, saloon 262 Calhoun, res 47 Douglas ave. 

Summers John, machinist, res 331 Lafayette. 

Suiuinit City Bottling Worlds, L Brames & Co 

Propi'ietors, 29 and 31 Barr. (See adv. p 7.) 
Snmiiiit City Soap Co, 6 to 12 Glasgow ave. {See 

adv,p 55.) 
Summit City Woolen Mills, French, Hanna & Co proprietors, 

96 E Superior. 
Sunday Louis, machinist, res 60 Wilt. 

Sunderland Charles S, mach W, St L & P Ry, bds 59 Grand. 
Sunderland John W, teamster J M Fohey, bds 59 Grand. 
Sunderland Joseph E, chkmn W, St L& P Ry, bds 59 Grand. 
Sunderland Joseph R, baggageman W, St L & P Ry, res 59 

Grand. 
Sundermann John, laborer, res 197 Lafayette. 
Sunley George E, engineer, res e s N Harrison 2 n of 4th. 
Susenheimer Benjamin, tinner, bds 77 Laselle. 
Susenheimer John, tinner, res 77 Laselle. 
Sutemeyer Henry, lab Olds' Wagon Works, bds 47 W Lewis. 
Suter Jennie, 2nd cook Tremont House. 
Sutorius Jacob, laborer, res n s Putnam 2 e of Andrews. 
Sultenfield Asa M, teamster, res 305 W Washington. 
Suttenfield Laura (wid Wm), res 90 E Berry. 
Suttenfield Miss Laura, bds 305 W Washington. 
Suttenfield Wm P, teamster Coombs &Co, res 14 W Jefferson. 
Sutter Jacob, helper, res 334 Calhoun. 
Sutten David C, clerk Post Office, res s e cor Elm and 

Mechanic's. 
Sutton Harry E, turner Ft Wayne Organ Co, res s e cor Elm 

and Mechanic's. 
Sutton John, machinist, res 47 N Calhoun. 
Swager John, carpenter, res 178 E Lewis. 
Swagle Louisa, waiter Aveline House. 
Swain Bennet, laborer, res 57 Grand. 

Swain Carl P, operator W U Tel Co, bds Aveline House. 
Swain Charlotte (wid Jackson), bds 73 DeWald. 
Swain George, plasterer, res 31 Hood. 
Swain John D, plasterer, bds 31 Hood. 

Swain Stephen, spoketurner N G.Olds & Sons, res 338 Har- 
rison. 
Swan Martin, carpenter, bds 91 E Washington. 
Swank Wm, carp Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, res 2 Creighton ave. 
Swann J Scott, trav agent, res 264 W Wayne. 

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Swanton Stephen, House, Sign and Ornamental 
Painter, Fresco and Paper Hanger 72 Baker, res same. 
(See adv, p 87.) 

Swart Wm, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 35 E Wayne. 

Swartz Elizabeth, domestic Riverside. 

Swartzel Wm J, helper Bass F & M Works, res 239 Ban-. 

Swayne Samuel F, lawyer 44 Calhoun, res 278 W Berry. 

Sweeney Abraham, Medicine Manufacturer 165 E 
Washington, res same. [See adv, in classified Physicians.) 

Sweeney Alexander, machine hand N G Olds & Sons, res 59 
Laselle. 

Sweeney Charles F, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res s w cor Hol- 
ton ave and Fisher. 

Sweeney Cornelius, wiper P, F W & C Ry, res 57 Laselle. 

Sweeney Julia, domestic 37 Baker. 

Sweeney Lewis, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 33 John. 

Sweer Henry J, tinner M Diehl & Co, res 11 Chestnut. 

Sweet Edward R, lumberman, res n s W DeWald 2 w of 
Miner. 

Sweet Samuel B, agt W, St L & P Ry, res 25 Brackenridge. 

Sweetser Miss Fannie, res 113 W Main. 

Sweringen George W, res 19 Wall. 

Sweringen Hiram V, physician 197 W Wayne, res same. 

Sweringen Lucinda (wid George W), bds 19 Wall. 

Swift Bayless, clerk Coombs, Bell & Morris, rooms 105 E 
Washington. 

Swineheart James B, teamster, res 108 High. 

Swinney Wm P, farmer, res head W Jefferson. 

Synott Charles, switchman P, F W & C Ry, bds 31 Hough. 

Sypneski Stanislaus O, cigarniaker H W Ortmann, bds Hede- 
kin House. 

Szink George A, blacksmith P, F W & C Ry, res 65 Brack- 
enridge. 



Taffney John, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 126 Harrison 

Taflinger Thomas, carpenter, bds 44 Hendricks. 

Tag Christian J, grainer 99 E Washington, res same. 

Tag Henry J, cigarmaker, bds rear 99 E Washington. 

Tag Katharina (wid Christian), res rear 99 E Washington. 

Tagtmeyer, see also Tegtrneyer. 

Tagtmeyer Charles, helper F W, C & L R R, bds n w cor 

Harrison and 4th. 
Tagtmeyer David, Saw Mill n w cor Cass andN Y, C 

& St L Ry, res 77 W Superior. 

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Tagtmeyer Frederick, macliine hand Jacoby & Wiegand, res 

24 Wilt. 
Tagtmeyer Frederick, saloon s s Highland 2 w of Calhoun, res 

297 Harrison. 
Tagtmeyer Wm, boots and shoes 17 Grand, res 18 Colerick. 
Tagtmeyer Wm, engineer F W, C & L R R, res 19 N Cass. 
Tait Miss Frank, bds 115 Lafayette. 
Talbot Miss Laura J, bds 282 W Berry. 
Talbot Samuel L, tuner Ft Wayne Organ Cp, bds 282 W 

Berry. 
Tantam Albert W, switchman new yards P, F W & C Ry, 

bds Nave House. 
Tansey Lizzie, domestic 134 E Washington. 
Tansey Mary, domestic 142 E Jefferson. 
Tapp Ferdinand, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res s e cor Oak 

and Ohio. 
Tapp Robert W, works P, F W & C Ry, res 146 Maumee 

road. 
Tarmon Henry A, carpenter, res 424 Broadway. 
Tarmon M Alice, teacher Clay School, bds 424 S Broadway. 
Tarry Adolph, laborer, res e end E Lewis. 
Tate Robert J (Cosgrave & Tate), bds 310 E -Wayne. 
Taylor Andrew, molder W, St L & P Ry, res 25 Wall. 
Taylor Charles E, machinist Bass F & M Works, bds 146 

E Lewis. 
Taylor Charles F (Page, Taylor & Co), Business Man- 
ager The Fort Wayne Daily News, res 15 Douglas ave. 
Taylor Charles J, printer Fort Wayne Daily News, bds 19 E 



Taylor Christol, laborer P, F W & C Ry, bds 284 Webster. 
Taylor Emma, domestic 122 W Wayne. 
Taylor Frank B, student, bds e s Fairfield ave 2 s of Pontiac. 
Taylor Henry C, clerk O L Starke v & Co, res 105 Lafayette, 
Taylor Hubert G, fireman L S & M S Ry, bds H O Fitch. 
Taylor Isaac N, pianos and organs 10 E Berry, res e s Fairfield 

ave 3 s of Pontiac. 
Taylor James S, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 33 Elm. 
Taylor John, res e s Hanover bet E Wayne and Washington. 
Taylor John H, messenger Hamilton National bank, bds 101 

Lafayette. 
Taylor Judson M, tax collector, bds 270 W Jefferson. 
Taylor Miss Leona, student Westminster Home School, bds 

251 W Main 
Taylor Margaretta S (wid Isaac N), res e s Fairfield ave 3 s 

of Pontiac. 
Taylor Nellie, teacher Training School, bds J C Peters. 



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FOKT WAYNE DIRBCTOEY. 391 

Taylor Rebecca (wid Stephen), bds 63 Butler. 
Taylor Robert (col'd), barber Alfred Bass, res Fulton. 
Taylor Robert S, lawyer 34 E Berry, res e s Fairfield ave 2 

8 of Pontiac. 
Taylor Stewart, brakeman N T, C & St L Ry, res s e cor 

Cherry and Elm. 
Taylor Wm C, bookkeeper J C Peters, res s s Howell 1 w of 

Runnion ave. 
Teagarden Marion, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, res 175 W 

Superior. 
Teagarden Thomas, fireman P, F W &C Ry, res 311 Harrison. 
Teepe Frederick W, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 169 W 

Superior. 
Teeters Christopher E, lineman Ft Wayne Jenney Electric 

Light Co, res 65 W Superior. 
Teeters Wm, carpenter, bds 65 W Superior. 
Teeters Wilson, wheel rimmer Olds Wagon Works, res 388 E 

E Wayne. 
Tegeder Eliza, domestic 15 Douglas ave. 
Tegeder Frederick, brickmaker J A Koehler, res e s Lafayette' 

4 s of Pontiac. 
Tegeder Frederick, carpenter, bds 79 Pearl. 
Tegeder Frederick H, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 20 W 

Jefferson. 
Tegler Lizzie C, domestic 234 W Berry. 
Tegtmeyer, see also Tagtmeyer. 
Tegtmeyer Christian, boilermaker Bass F & M Works, bds 

24 Wilt. 
Tegtmeyer Conrad, foreman Cochrane & Humphrey, res 42 

Breck. 
Tegtmeyer Ernst, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 77 Brack- 

enridge. 
Tegtmeyer Frederick, bolt cutter P, F W & C Ry, res 12 

Summit. 
Tegtmeyer Louis F, cigarmaker C Wenninghoff, bds 274 W 

Washington. 
Tegtmeyer Wm, machinist Gause Agricultural Works, res 274 

W Washington. 
Telford Harriet J (wid Wm), res w s Ewing 1 n of W Wayne. 
Telford Miss Lydia, clerk Root & Co, bds Mrs H J Teeford. 
Telley Frank H, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 38 Williams. 
Telley George, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 358 Calhoun. 
Telley George W, asst foreman round house P, F W & C Ry, 

bds 358 Calhoun. 
Telley Thomas, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 358 Calhoun. 
Tennenberger George, laborer, bds 507 E Lewis. 



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Tenney Edwin L, engineer W, St L & P Ry, res 28 Wilt. 

Tenzig Sophie, domestic 51 Douglas ave. 

Teppe Frederick, laborer, res 169 W Water. 

Tergmann John, laborer Bass F & M Works, bds 310 E 

Washington. 
Terry G Henry, brakeman G R & I R R, res 45 Baker. 
Terry John F, brakeman G R & I R R, res 17 Baker. 
Tessier Yves, laborer, res gravel road. 

Teterington David, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 135 E Lewis. 
Texter James, painter Fleming Mnfg Co, bds 231 Wells. 
Thain Mrs Caroline, bds 30 Baker. 
Thain Charles C, upholsterer P E Wolf, res 38 Boon. 
Thain John, stonemason, res e s Rockhill bet Washington and 

Jefferson. 
Thain John jr, laborer Hoffman Bros, bds e s Rockhill bet 

Washington and Jefferson. 
Thavenet Alexander, mach hand N G Olds & Sons, res 106 

W Creighton ave. 
Thayer Frederick, Physician and Propr Lying-in 

Institute 47, 49, 51, 53, 54 and 56 Walton ave. Office 

176 Calhoun, res 54 Walton ave. {See adv, opp Physi- 
cians.) 
Thiebolt Charles H, clerk G Epple, bds 184 Fairfield ave. 
Thiebolt Christian, carpenter Ft W, C & L R R, bds 65 Wells. 
Thiebolt G Wm, car inspector F W, C & L R R, res 169 N 

Harrison. 
Thiel Diedrich, mach hand P, F W & C Ry, res 84 Wilt. 
Tliiel'WilhelnijWagonmaker 157 W Main, res 366 same. 
Thiemann Henry, hostler A J Read. 
Thieme Andrew, res 167 Van Buren 
Thieme Andrew jr, flagman F W, C & L R R, bds 167 Van 

Buren. 
Thieme Antonia, domestic 99 E Main. 
Thieme Charles F W, sawyer Hoffman Bros, bds 11 Court. 
Thieme Christian G, cutter J G Thieme, bds 53 E Wayne. 
Thieme Ernst, porter Huestis & Hamilton, res 66 Maumee 

road. 
Thieme Frederick, shipping clerk N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 216 

W Berry. 
Thieme Frederick (J G Thieme & Bro), res 216 W Berry. 
Thieme George, driver city Fire Dept, res 24 Court. 
Thieme Gottlieb, cutter J G Thieme & Bro, bds 53 E Wayne. 
Thieme John, head cutter J G Thieme & Bro, bds 216 W 

Berry. 
Thieme John A, Dealer in Groceries, Provisions, Wines, 

Liquors and Cigars 170 Broadway, res same. 
Thieme John G, cutter J G Thieme & Bro, bds 216 W Berry. 

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Thieme J Gottlieb (J G Thieme & Bro), res 53 E Wayne. 

Thieuie J O & Bro (J Gottlieb and Frederick), Mer- 
chant Tailors 37 and 39 E Columbia. 

Thieme Theodore F, Druggist and dealer in Toilet 
and Fancy Articles 94 Calhoun cor Wayne, res 216 W 
Berry. 

Thiesen Charles M, tinner C A Pickard & Co, res 49 Archer ave. 

Thijen John H, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 38 Force. 

Third Presbyterian Church, n e cor Calhoun and Holman. 

Third St M E Church, s e cor Marion and 3d. . 

Thoene Charles, collarmkr F Hake & Co, rooms s w cor Har- 
rison and Superior. 

Thoene Frank, mach Ft Wayne Jenney Electric Light Co, res 
45 N Cass. 

Tholan Henry, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 140 E Wash- 
ington. 

Thomas Boyd L, clerk Salinger Bros, bds Fleming House. 

Thomas Charles W, painter L C Zollinger, bds Harmon House. 

Thomas Mrs Sarah, res 173 Jackson. 

Thomas Wm A, bookkeeper Hoosier Mnfg Co, res 296 W Jef- 
ferson. 

Thomma Jacob, polisher Boseker, White & Co, bds 235 E 
Wayne. 

Thommen Gustav, porter H J Ash, bds 58 W Main. 

Thommen John, bartender, bds Washington House. 

Thompson Ann (wid Wilson A), res 103 W Main. 

Thompson Ann M (wid Dr Lewis G), bds B S Thompson. 

Thompson Benjamin F, res 73 Grand. 

Thompson Benjamin F jr, fireman P, F W & C Ry, bds 73 
Grand. 

Thompson Byron S, propr Oak Ridge Stirrup Co n w cor 
Thompson ave and Wabash Ry, res n w cor Broadway 
and Huestis ave. 

Thompson George W, molder Bass F & M Works, res 246 E 
Lewis. 

Thompson Ira R, engineer, bds 123 Williams. 

Thompson John H, carpenter, res 119 W Jefferson. 

Thompson John R, finisher Boseker, White & Co, res 17 
Grant ave. 

Thompson Miss Minnie, res 108 Fairfield ave. 

Thompson Nelson, lumber inspr Coombs & Co, res 346 E 
Wayne. 

Thompson Nelson W, supervisor of bridges and buildings P, 
F W & C Ry, res 319 Harrison. 

Thompson Owen, laborer C J Winch & Son, res n w cor 
Maumee road and Glasgow ave. 

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Thompson Richard G jr, ticket agt L S & M S Ry,res 29 E Main. 

Thompson Susan (wid Jeremiah), res 9 Duck. ^ 

Thompson Thomas, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 104 Madison. 

Thompson Thomas, molder Bass F & M Works, res 418 
Broadway. 

Thompson Wm L, watchman P, F W & C Ry, bds 13 Grand. 

Thornberry Lois A (wid Thomas), res 47 E Washington. 

Thornton Albert E (Graham & Thornton), notary public, 
rooms 196 Calhoun. 

Thornton Mrs Nancy F (wid Fayette), res 31 W Columbia. 

Thorp Edward, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res n e cor Har- 
rison and Lewis. 

Thorp Henry D, bds J G Lehr. 

Thorward Theodore (Thorward & Dendel), res 309 W Wash- 
ington. 

Thorward &• Dendel (Theodore Thorward, Wm H 
Dendel), Commission 18 W Columbia. {See adv, jy 97.) 

Threadgall George A, molder Bass F & M Works,re8 15 Smith. 

Threadgall Harry E, helper Bass F & M Works, res 66 Charles. 

Throckmorton J Allen, blacksmith P, F W & C Ry, res 197 
Montgomery. 

Thockmorton Sidney,stripper JCEckart,bds 197 Montgomery. 

Thumm Jacob, coachman 33 Brackenridge. 

Thurman Charles W, res 89 W Jefferson. 

Thurston Columbus C, spinner French, Hanna & Co, res 163 
E Jefferson. 

Thurston Wm R, spinner French, Hanna & Co, res 131 E 
Washington. 

Tibbies Emma F, clerk A Mergentheim, bds 177 Griffith. 

Tibbies Frank E, clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds 177 Griffith. 

Tibbies John H, chairmaker J M Miller, res 177 Griffith. 

Tickler Anna (wid Wm), res 247 W Washington. 

Tickler May, stitcher L B Johns, bds 247 W Washington. 

Tickler Wm R, brass molder E B Kunkle, bds 247 W Wash- 
ington. 

Tiedermann Miss Mary C, bds G I Z Rayhouser. 

Tiemann Frederick W, carpenter, res 12 West. 

Tiemann Henry, clerk J F Kiess, bds 57 Wall. 

Tiemann J Frederick, carpenter, res 57 Wall. 

Tierman John, painter P, F W & C Ry, bds 6 Kansas. 

Tiernan Miss Mary, bds 247 Harrison. 

Tiernan Thomas, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 73 Madison. 

Tiernan Wm, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 227 E Jefferson. 

Tigar Caroline (wid Thomas), res 153 E Berry. 

Tigar Wm H, train dispatcher P, F W & C Ry, res 153 E 
Berry. 



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FANCY SUITINGS mUKI DADIIC 16 W. Berry Street, 
—A Specialty,— JUnlN IIAdUO -FORT WAYNE- 

FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 395 

Tiger Mrs Louisa, res 183 W Washington. 

Tigges E Wm, checker P, F W & C Ry, res 177 Ewing. 

Tigges R Frederick, checker P, F W & C Ry, res 154 Greeley. 

Tilbury Mrs Elizabeth, res 12 E Columbia. 

Tilbury Harrison, carpenter, res n s E Wayne 4 w of Walton. 

Tilbury John J, spoketurner Boseker, White & Co, bds n s E 

Wayne 4 w of Walton ave. 
Tilbury Samuel, res 167 High. 

Tilbury Wayne, engineer G R & I R R, res 75 Smith. 
Tilking Christina (wid Frederick), bds e s Cass 1 s of W 

Sujjerior. 
Tilking Frederick, teamster David Tagtmeyer, res e s Webster 

bet Superior and N Y, C & St L Ry. 
Tilking Sophia (wid David), res 75 W Superior. 
Tilling Rudolph, laborer, bds 224 W Main. 
Timm John, baker H Schwieters, bds 41 E Columbia. 
Timme Mary (wid Barney), bds 28 Erie. 
Timmis Alonzo, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 24 Gay. 
Timmis Wm, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 24 Gay. 
Tine Rosa, domestic 210 Calhoun. 

Tinkham Benjamin F, traveling agent, res 309 W Jefferson. 
Tinkham John P, Coal, Wood and Kindling, Yard n e 

cor Pearl and Griffith, res 219 W Main. 
Tinkham Lewis W, foreman Ft W Jenney Electric Light Co, 

res 353 E Wayne. 
Tinkham Melvin W, clerk J B White, bds 309 W Jefferson. 
Tinkham Wm C, clerk, res 47 Bass. 
Tirkham Wm, carder French, Hanna & Co, res w s Spy Run 

ave n of Elizabeth. 
Titus Miss Fanny, bds s e cor Samuel and Thomas. 
Titus Miss Jennie, bds s e cor Samuel and Thomas. 
Titus Philip, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 32 Gay. 
Titus Theodore, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res s e cor Samuel 

and Thomas. 
Todd Lois (wid Uriah), res 225 Madison. 

Todd Warner W, clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds Aveline House. 
Toenges Frederick, shoemaker A G Nestel, bds 197 Ewing. 
Toensing Henry, tailor, bds F W Luhmann. 
Tohla John, helper Bass F & M Works, res 201 Hanna. 
Toinle Maria (wid George), dressmaker, rooms 225 W 

Main. 
Tolilll Brentwood S, Architect and Superintendent s 

w cor Calhoun and Main, bds 108 E Wayne. {See adv, 

ifi classified Architects.) 
Tolan Frank C, bookkeeper B S Tolan, bds 108 E Wayne. 
Tolan Hattie T (wid Thomas G), res 108 E Wayne. 



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Tompkins Miss Cornelia E (C E Tompkins & Co), bds 270| 

Calhoun. 
Tompkins C E & Co (Miss Cornelia E, Mrs Susan Tompkins), 

milliners 33 E Main. 
Tompkins Elmer E, coremkr Bass F & M Works, res 105 Gay. 
Tonipkius Peleg G, Restaurant 270 and 270^ Calhoun, 

res same. 
Tompkins Mrs Susan (C E Tompkins & Co), res 270| Cal- 
houn. 
Tonk August, laborer, res n s Huron 3 w of Centre. 
Tonne Julius F W, foreman boiler shop C L Olds & Co, res 

354 E Washington. 
Tonnely Elizabeth (wid John B), bds 33 Pritchard. 
Tons Gustave, student, bds 372 E Wayne. 
Tons Minna (wid Henry), res 372 E Wayne. 
Tons Miss Rebecca, music teacher 372 E Wayne, bds same. 
Tons Wm F, real estate, res 372 E Wayne. 
Toomey Thomas, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds 270^ Cal- 
houn. 
Toomey Thomas B, laborer Bass P & M Works, res 14 Oak. 
Torrence George K (G K Torrence & Co), Lumber 

Dealer 21 W Columbia, res 50 W Superior. 
Torrence George K & Co (George K Torrence, John 

W Sale), Wagon Jack Mnfrs 21 W Columbia. 
Touey Michael A, bricklayer, res e s Minor 1 n of DeWald. 
Touey Patrick, res 43 Melita. 

Touey Patrick F, painter Reinewald Bros, bds 43 Melita. 
Tourgee Wm, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 216 Francis. 
Tournay Mary, housekeeper W J Kerr. 
Tousley Abner, servant R S Taylor. 

Tower Alexander M, mach P, F W & C Ry, res 74 E Lewis. 
Tower Benjamin H, painter F W, C & L R R, res 135 Hol- 

man. 
Tower Floyd, mach P, F W & C Ry, bds 153 W Washington. 
Tower Frank, mach hand Jacoby & Wiegand, res 55 Madison. 
Toirer IiCO F, M D, Oculist and Aurist Fort Wayne 

Medical and Surgical Institute, res 168 E Jefferson. {See 

adv,}} 177.) 
Towner Annie, domestic Aveline House. 
Towns Sylvester, lineman Ft Wayne Jenney Electric Light 

Co, res 65 W Superior. 
Township Trustee's Office, 54 Calhoun. 
Tracy Albert, lab P, F W & C Ry, res cor New Haven i-oad 

and Wayne Trace. 
Tracy Asbury, lab P, F W & C Ry, res s s Wayne Trace opp 

New Haven i-oad. 

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IVnAu W DIlUi prices, at No. 5 East Columbia Street. 



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Tracy Cornelius, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, res Bellevue,0. 

Tracy Jacob W, lab, res w s Euclid ave 3 s of P, F W & C Ry. 

Tracy James H, laborer, res 29 Hood. 

Tracy John A, laborer, res Adams Township. 

Tracy John W, laborer, res w s St Mary's ave 2 s of Spring. 

Tracy John W, jeweler, res 29 Hood. 

Tracy Margaret (wid Julius), bds 29 Hood. 

Trainer John W, foreman action dept Ft Wayne Organ Co, 

bds 19 E Jefferson. 
Trainor George, teamster, bds 101 Wallace. 
Trainor James, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 101 Wallace. 
Trainor John, piano tuner, rooms 94 Calhoun. 
Tranke Christian, carpenter Kraft & Co, res 349 E Lewis. 
Trarbach Charles, blacksmith P, F W & C Ry, res n w cor 

Lafayette and Leith. 
Trarbach Gustav A, polisher N G Olds & Sons, bds n w cor 

Lafayette and Leith. 
Traub Carrie, clerk H Kratzsch, bds 275 W Washington. 
Traub Louis, harnessmaker, res 275 W Washington. 
Trauerman Isaac (L Dessauer & Co), res 92 W Main. 
Traut Charles W, machine hand Olds' Wagon Works, res 

25i Smith. 
Trautmann Frederick J, expressman, res 115 Wilt. 
Trautmann John, policeman, res 120 E Wayne. 
Travers Patrick, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res 161 Holman. 
Travers Peter^ conductor, bds 270| Calhoun. 
Trease Daniel, conductor P, F W & C Ry, rooms DriscoU's 

Hall. 
Trease James, laborer W, St L & P Ry, res 396 Broadway. 
Treat Samuel, plasterer, bds 12 Chicago. 

Trebel Carrie, laundress Troy Steam I^^aundry, bds 141 3d. 
Trebblebee Jacob, teamster Kilian Baker, res St Joe road 2 e 

of tollgate. 
Trebra Robert W, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 92 Montgomery. 
Treer Miss Eliza, dressmaker, bds 183 E Washington. 
Tremble Ellen, domestic 127 W Wayne. 
Tremmel August F, molder Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds e s 

Hanna 2 n of Pontiac. 
Tremmel Conrad, teamster, res e s Hanna 2 n of Pontiac. 
Tremmel John, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds n e cor Pon- 
tiac and Hanna. 
Tremmel John, policeman, res 34 Force. 
Tremmel Philip, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res s w cor 

Hanna and Taber. 
Treinont Hoil§e, Martin Didion Propr 15 and 17 W 

Columbia. 



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Ti-enam Annie M, teacher Training School, bds 162 WMain. 
Trenam George, architect 160 W Main, res 162 same. 
Trenani George E, clerk Lillie & Munson, bds 162 W Main. 
Trenkley Coelestin (Trenkley & Scherzinger), res 106 W 
Washington. 

Trenkley & Scherzinger (Coelestin Trenkley, 

Primus Scherzinger), Watches, Clocks and Jewelry 78 

Calhoun. 
Trentman Anthony B, office 7 Court, bds 262 W Berry. 
Trentnian August C, Wholesale Groceries, Notions 

and Liquors 56 and 58 Calhoun, res 72 W Wayne. 
Trentman Bernard H, res 151 E Wayne. 
Ti-entman Bernard H jr, clerk, rooms 35 E Jefferson. 
Trentman Henry J, res 122 W Wayne. 
Trentman Herman J, res 122 W Wayne. 
Trentman' John H, res 151 E Wayne. 
Trentman John H, traveling agent, res 168 E Wayne. 
Trentman John H, clerk D N Foster, res 290 E Wayne. 
Trepera Jarolim, watchmaker and jeweler 133 Calhoun, bds 

Globe House. 
Tresler Henry W, plasterer, res 152 Ewing. 
Tressel Henry, car repairer P, F W & C Ry, res 59 Melita. 
Tresselt Charles A, bookkeeper Meyer Bros & Co, res 88 E 

Jefferson. 
Tresselt Christian (Hoagland & Tresselt), res 55 E Jefferson. 
Tresselt Frederick T, bookkeeper Robert Ogden, bds 55 E 

Jefferson. 
Tresselt Hermann, Taxidermist 18 Clinton, rooms 

same. {See adv, p 97.) 
Tresselt Herman C, bookkeeper Hoagland & Tresselt, bds 55 

E Jefferson. 
Tresselt Oscar W, bookkeeper Hoagland & Tresselt, bds 55 E 

Jefferson. 
Tresselt Sarah, clerk H Kratzsch, bds 212 Francis. 
Treuchet Celestin N, wagonmkr L C Zollinger, res 320 Hanna. 
Treuchet Frank C, tinner M Diehl & Co, bds 320 Hanna. 
Treuchet Joseph, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 320 Hanna. 
Treuchet Miss Mamie J, bds 320 Hanna. 
Trexler Lesher, physician, res 189 E Jefferson. 
Trimble J Marion, cond P, F W & C Ry, res 138 E Lewis. 
Trimble Miss Rebecca, seamstress, bds 96 E Lewis. 
Trimble Samuel, cabbuilder P, F W & C Ry, res 96 E Lewis. 
Trimble Miss Sarah, bds 96 E Lewis. 
Trinity Episcopal Church, s w cor Fulton and W Berry. 
Tritschler Charles F, plumber Robert Ogden, bds 148 W 

Main. 

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Tritschler Frederick W, logsetter Hoffman Bros, bils 148 W 
Wayne. 

Tritschler John P, saloon 148 W Main, res same. 

Tritschler Louis A, barber L B Pegg, bds US W Main. 

Trott Rudolph, turner, res 241 Barr. 

Trout Eugene, porter L T Bourie & Co, res 176 E Washington. 

Trout John F, traveling agent J M Yohey, bds 19 Miner. 

Trowbridge Addison, lab N G Olds <fc Sons, res 75 E Jefferson. 

Truebenbach Moritz, carpenter Cochrane & Humphrey, res 
159 Madison. 

Truebenbach Otto, laborer P, F W & C Ry, bds 159 Madison. 

Trusler Samuel W, carpenter, res 193 Ewing. 

Trythall James, hammerman P, F W & C Ry, res .395 Hanna. 

Tschennen Jacob, lab P, F W & C Ry, bds 9S Montgomery. 

Tuckey Charles F, eond P, F W & C Ry, res 57 Williams. 

Tuckey Gardner J, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res 9 Bass. 

Tullis Ralph W, clerk Globe Restaurant, rooms 51 E Wayne. 

Tuohay Miss Annetta M, student Ft Wayne Conservatory of 
Music, bds 105 W Berry. 

Turner Anna E (wid Wm W), res 1 West. 

Turner Floyd, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry. 

Turner Henry A, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 171 E Wash- 
ington. 

Turner John H,trav agt Bass F & M Works, res 61 Douglas ave. 

Turner Levi, res 65 W Lewis. 

Turner Wm, engineer P, F W & C Ry, re.s .377 Hanna. 

Tyler Frederick G, trav agent N G Olds & Sons, rooms 23 E 
Jefferson. 

Tyler Henry A, clerk Meyer Bros & Co, bds 19 E Jefferson. 

Tyler James S (Tyler & Long), res 287 W Washington. 

Tyler John L, tchrof writing'Pub Schools, res 82 W DeWald. 

Tyler Justin A, buyer Meyer Bros & Co, res 259 W Wayne. 

Tyler Percy A, clerk H N Goodwin, bds 287 W Washington. 

Tyler Wm R, adv agent Meyer Bros & Co, bds 220 W Jef- 
ferson. 

Tyler & liOn^ (James S Tyler, John C W Long), Gro- 
cers 108 and 110 Broadway. 

Tyndall Wm S, deputy surveyor, bds 53 DeWald. 

Tyrrell Frank D, asst frmn mach W, St L & P Ry, res 124 
Fairfield ave. 

Tyrrell Persis (wid Volney B), res 124 Fairfield ave. 

TJ 

Ubelhoer August, painter P, F W & C Rv, res 169 George. 

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Uebelhoer Frederick J, plasterer, res s s Brackenridge 1 e of 

Broadway. 
Uebelhoer John F, tinner, bds F J Uebelhoer. 
Uhlenhake Christina, domestic 169 Griffith. 
Uhlenhake Henry, clerk C Reinkeusmeier, bds 184 Ewing. 
Uhlenhake Sadie, domestic S M Weikle. 
Ulery George F, laborer, bds 332 W Main. 
Ulmer Augustus, coachman 96 W Wayne. 
Ulmer Rosina, domestic Concordia College. 
Ulmer Theodore, fireman Concordia College, res same. 
Umber Albert, teamster, res 78 E Columbia. 
Umber Udelmore, portrait painter M L Jones, res 127 Harrison. 
Urastead Harry D, boots and shoes 287 Calhoun, res 505 E 

Washington. 
Underbill Elliott S, letter carrier Post Office, res 128 

Montgomery. 
Underbill Harriet O (wid Phineas S), res 106 Jackson. 
Underbill Lorenzo, printer Ft Wayne Daily News, res 106 

Jackson. 
Underwood Thomas J, finisher N G Olds & Sons, res 35 

Grand. 
Ungemach John H, teacher St Paul's German Lutheran School, 

res 15 Madison. 
Unger Ferdinand, tinner P, F W & C Ry, res 173 Van Buren. 
Unger Gottlieb, gasfitter, res 117 Wells. 
Unger Mrs Martha J, milliner, res 117 Wells. 
Ungerer George, carpenter, res 49 Stophlet. 
Union House, Joseph A Miller proprietor 49 and 51 W Main. 
United States Express Co, Charles B Beaver Agent 

28 E Main. 
United States Internal Revenue, Allan H Dougall deputy 

collector, office 59 Barr. 
Universalist Church, w s Harrison nr Wayne. 
Updegraflf George A, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds 270^ 

Calhoun. 
Updegraff Hadassah, (wid Joseph), res 34 Douglas ave. 
Updegraflf Josephine, teacher Jefferson School, bds 34 Doug- 
las ave. 
Updegraff Sarah A, teacher Training School, bds 34 Doug- 
las ave. 
Uplegger Charles, guard county jail, res 146 Broadway. 
Uplegger Louis, barber, bds 165 High. 
Uplegger Miss Louisa, works French, Hanna & Co, bds 165 

High. 
Upmeyer Frederick, carpenter, res s s Elizabeth 9 w of Spy 

Run ave. 



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Upmeyer Herman H G, dry goods 242 Calhoun, res 65 Doug- 
las ave. 
Urbine James, Druggist 68 E Columbia, res same. 



Vachon Mary, domestic 78 Brackenridge. 

Vail Miss Cora, seamstress, bds e s Thomas 1 s of Greene. 

Vail Jacob, carpenter, bds e s Thomas 1 s of Greene. 

Vail Mary (wid Isaac), res e s Thomas 1 s of Greene. 

Vail Wm W, laborer P, F W & C Ry, bds 52 Thomas. 

Vallers Valentine, gardener, res 50 W Superior. 

Valmerding Henry, painter L B Johns, res 31 Maumee road. 

ValrofF Adolph, clerk P Morganthaler & Co, res 107 Barr. 

Valroff August, plumber, bds 90 E Main. 

Valroff Delpbine (wid Xavier), res 90 E Main. 

Vanallen Alice M, bds w s Hanna s of Pontiac. 

Van Allen John, carpenter, bds 167 Wells. 

Van Allen John H, hackman, res 47 Archer ave. 

Van Alstine Ellen (wid Wm), res 186 Griffith. 

Van Alstine Frank S, hack owner, res 320 E Jefferson. 

Van Alstine Jennie, domestic 177 Griffith. 

Van Alstine Lettie A, teacher Jefferson School, bds 186 

Griffith. 
Vanausdall Garrett, teamster Bass F & M Works, res 48 

John. 
Van Bierns Ferdinand, carpenter, bds 7 Jones. 
Van Buskirk Aaron E, physician 294 Calhoun, res 320 same. 
Van Camp Martin M, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res 70 

Dawson. 
Vandervort Elmer, bds 38 Baker. 
Van Fleet Ralph A, bookkeeper P, F W & C Ry, bds 121 W 

Washington. 
Vangorder Wm H, brakeman G R & I R R, res 45 Force. 
Van Hoj-n Wm, lalDorer, bds 31 W Columbia. 
Van Kirk Elizabeth (wid Reuben), bds 5 West. 
Van Meter Eugene, polisher, bds 36 Brandriff. 
Van Slyke J Martin, conductor, rooms 49 Baker. 
Van Tilberg Emmons, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, res e s 

Osage 1 n of Main. 
VanVleet John W, laborer French, Hanna & Co, res 37 Duck. 
VanVleet Miss Lanie, bds n w cor Jefferson and Webster. 
Varnum Jennie E, chaircaner J L Varnum, bds 64 E Superior. 
Varnum Joel L, furniture repairer 64 E Superior, res same. 
Vaughn James W (col'd), brakeman, rooms 292 E Wayne. 



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Vaugier Xavier, res 323 W Jefferson. 

Vauris Lewis, laborer James Fox, res St Joe road. 

Vegelus Lavina, domestic 130 W Berry. 

Veith Frank, blacksmith n e cor Barr and Superior, res 385 E 

Wayne. 
Veith Joseph, laborer P, F W & C Ry coal yards, bds 265 E 

Wayne. 
Veith Peter, res 265 E Wayne. 
Veith Wm, laborer coal yard P, F W & C Ry, bds 265 E 

Wayne. 
Veiling Henry, machine hand Rhinesmith & Simonson, bds 

84 E Wayne. 
Venglet Sophie, laundress Troy steam laundry, bds 49 Taylor. 
Venglet Mary, laundress Troy steam laundry, bds 49 Taylor. 
Vermillion James, laborer, res s s Summit 2 w of Ohio. 

Termont Marble and Grauite Honuinental 

Works, Griebel, Wyckoff & Becker Proprs 74 and 76 
W Main. {See adv,p 83.) 

Veronetzky Joseph, laborer, res 1^- John. 

Vesey Wm J (Randall & Vesey), res 168 Griffith. 

Vesling August, carpenter, bds 7 Jones. 

Vessels Henry, laborer, bds 38 John. 

Vevia Frank X, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res 200 Fair- 
field ave. 

Viberg Augusta (wid Harmon), res n s Wagner 1 e of Spy 
Run ave. 

Viberg George L, teamster George DeWald & Co, bds Au- 
gusta Viberg. 

Viberg Mary H, clerk George DeWald & Co, bds Augusta 
Viberg. 

Vick John, coachman 22 W Washington. 

Vijralak Stanislaus,brickmaker,res e s Lafayette 1 s of Pontiac. 

Vincent Fanny, domestic 15 Smith. 

Vincent James, finisher French, Hanna & Co, bds 86 E Main. 

Vinegar Ella (col'd), domestic The Robinson. 

Violand Joseph F, carpenter, res e s Euclid ave 4 s of Mercer. 

Violand Louis, carpenter, res 95 Clay. 

Virgil Charles S, student T S Virgil, bds 70 Harrison. 

Virgil Thomas S, Physician 70 Harrison, res same. 

Vitte Fritz, teamster, bds 7 Jones. 

Vitter Wm, laborer, res 61 Wall. 

Vivie Frank, bds 18 Pine. 

Vizard John C, blacksmith P, F W & C Ry, res 14 Melita. 

Vizard Michael, blacksmith F W, C & L R R, res 73 Cass. 

Vizard Patrick, helper, bds 14 Melita. 

Vizard Rosa (wid Martin), res 17 Brandriff. 



H. C. GRAFFE, 



Cor. CaUioun and Columbia St8. Sole Agent for 
the Celebrated Kockford "Watches, also a full line 
of all tlie different American aud Smss Watclies. 



RABUS, 



-The LEADING TAILOR,- 



16 West Berry Street, FORT WAYNE. 



POKT WAYNE DIRECTOKT. 



Vizai-d Thomas, laborer, bds 17 Brandriflf. 

Vodde Frederick F, molder Bass F & M Works, res 430 E 
Washington. 

Voeglie Andrew, wagonmaker s w cor Maumee road and 
Ohio, res 52 Oak. 

Voeglie Peter, laborer, res 53 Walnut. 

Voeglie Wm, boilermaker Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 53 
Walnut. 

Vogel Erthmuthe (wid Charles G), bds 95 E Jeiferson. 

Vogel Frank, brakeman, bds 12 Chicago. 

Vogel Frank B, Merchant Tailor 29 Calhoun, res 57 W 
Berry. 

Vogel Henry A, gen inspr Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 23 E Jef- 
ferson. 

Vogel Wm C, tuner Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 23 E Jefferson. 

Vogler Edward, tailor J Rieg, res 137 Calhoun. 

Vogler Theodore, upholsterer D F Foster, res 247 E Wash- 
ington. 

Voif August, laborer Boseker, White & Co, res 82 Maumee 
road. 

Voigt Herman W, mason, res 72 Oakley. 

Voirol Edward G, watchmaker J F Voirol, bds 195 E Jefferson. 

Voirol Emile F J, clerk A J Dittoe & Co, bds 1 95 E Jeffer- 
son. 

Voriol Frank A, jeweler, res 195 E Jefferson. 

Voirol Joseph, fireman P, P W & C Ry, res 147 E Jefferson. 

Voirol Julian, brakeman, res 26 W Jefferson. 

Voirel Louis J, brakeman, bds 149 E Jefferson. 

Volland Henry, flour mill Spy Run ave, res 279 W Washing- 
ton. 

Volland Henry J, painter City Carriage Works, res 250 E 
Wayne. 

Volland John G, expressman, bds 279 W Washington. 

Volland Wra G, sawyer Hoffman Bros, bds 279 W Washing- 
ton. 

Vollraar Edward, carriage trimmer L B Johns, bds 86 Barr. 

Vollmar Wm, cabinetmkr Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 231 Barr. 

Vollmer Albert, errand boy G S Fowler, bds 195 W Main. 

Vollmer Daniel C, clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds 195 W Main. 

Vollmer Frederick C, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 168 Hol- 
man. 

Vollmer George D, truckman P, F W & C Ry, bds 195 W 
Main. 

Vollmerding Frederick, coachman 76 W Berry. 

Volz Anton, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 10 Hanna. 

V.ilz Charles, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res Riocmingdale. 



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Volz Prank A, wbeelfacer N G Olds & Sons, bds 10 Hanna. 

Volz Henry, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 21 Force. 

Volz Jacob, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 10 Hanna. 

Volz Joseph, cutter A I & H Friend, bds The Robinson. 

Volz Michael, res 40 Force. 

Voors John G, saloon 150 Calhoun, res same. 

Vordermark Christina (wid Ernst), res s s Maumee road 1 e 

of Glasgow ave. 
Vordermark Ernst, physician s s Maumee road 1 e of Glasgow 

ave, res same. 
Vordermark E & Sons (John W and Henry P Vordermark), 

boots and shoes 32 Calhoun. 
Vordermark Henry P (E Vordermark & Sons), res s e cor 

Maumee and Walton ave. 
Vordermark Henry P, boots and shoes, res s e cor Maumee 

road and Walton ave. 
Vordermark John W (E Vordermark & Sons), res 301 E 

Washington. 
Vordermark Louis P, res 112 W DeWald. 
Vorss Louis A, bds 20 Wall. 

Votrie Albert B, brickmaker Joseph Fremion, bds same. 
Votrie Frank J, brickmaker Wm Miller, bds w s Lafayette 1 

s of Leith. 
Votrie James, spoke inspr N G Olds & Sons, bds w s Lafay- 
ette 1 s of Leith. 



-^7^ 

Tl'^abasli, St Louis & Pacific Ry, G W Stevens 
Supt, S B Sweet Freight and Ticket Agent. Depot cor 
Calhoun and Grand. (See adv, opp inside back cover.) 

Wachon Frank, carpenter, bds w s Oliver 5 s of Horace. 

Wacker Auton, molder Bass F & M Works, res 26 Buchanan. 

Wade James, molder, bds 172 Holman. 

Wade Miss Julia, dressmaker, bds 172 Holman. 

Wade Margaret A, teacher Hanna School, bds 172 Holman. 

Wa'de Maria (wid James), res 172 Holman. 

Wade Patrick S, messenger Am Ex Co, res 172 Brackenridge. 

Wadge George, wool sorter French, Hanna & Co, res 170 
Montgomery. 

Wadge Miss Georgina, teacher, bds 170 Montgomery. 

Wadge Wm, carp P, F W & C Ry, res 143 Montgomery. 

Wadington Benjamin C, lumber inspector P, F W <fe C Ry, 
bds 128 Montgomery. 

Wadington Rosanna (wid Wm), res 128 Montgomery. 

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FORT WAYNE CITY DIRECTORY. 



Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific 

THE POPULAR PASSEli&ER LINE OF AMERICA. 

THE FAVORITE ROUTE BETWEEN 

Indianapolis and Detroit, 

Indianapolis and Chicago, 

Indianapolis and St. Louis. 



■ No Change of Cars between 

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I St. Louis and Boston. 1 Chicago and Kansas City. 



The Great Through Car Route! 



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St. Louis and Council Bluffsj Chicago and Louisrille. 
St. Louis and Kansas City. I Toledo and (Juincy. 
St. Louis and Ottumwa. I LaFayette and Buffalo. 
St. Louis and Toledo. \ Springfield and Atchison. 



Kinest Day Coach and Sleeping Car 
Equipn-ient in the World. 

CELEBRATED DINING CARS ON ALL THROUGH TRAINS. 

All Agents of Connecting Lines sell tickets via the WABASH ROUTE 

and engage Sleeping and Parlor Accommodations for 

Passengers without extra charge. 

To Tourists, Land Seekers, Pleasure and Hunting Parties. 



Rates, Reading Matter, and Full Information given by any 
Agent of the Company. 



SENT FREE TO ANY ADDRESS, In^^ '^fs^T%.'^?.V'';u^{iZt 

F. CHANDLER, H. C. TO"WNSEND, 

General Ticket Agent. General Passenger Agent. 

ST. XjOXTIS, a4:o. 



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REMEMBER 

THAT THE 

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And ELEGANT DAY COACHES, 

FROM 

St. Joseph, Atchison, Leavenworth 

AND 

-^1 KANSAS CITY,|^^ 



AND FROM 



St. Louis, Hannibal and Kansas City 

TO ALL 

WITHOUT CHANGE. 

All Changes of Cars made in Union Depots. 

The several divisions of this Great Railway penetrate 
the Republican, Solomon and Neosho Val- 
leys of Kansas, and the Great Agri- 
cultural State of Texas. 

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all Ticket Offices. 
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FORT WATNE DIRECTORT. 



Wageman Bernard, laborer, bds 170 E Washington. ' 

Wagemaun Ann B (wid John), res 167 Wells. 

Wagemann George, laborer, bds 167 Wells. 

Wagenhals Rev Samuel, pastor Trinity (English) Lutheran 
Church, res 54 E Wayne. 

Wagenknecht Minna, dornestic Dr Otto Siemon. 

Wagman Henry, laborer, res 338 E Wayne. 

Wagraan John, teamster, res s w cor Beck and Franklin ave. 

Wagner Anthony, finisher Boseker, White & Co, bds 320 E 
Washington. 

Wagner Austin E, carp Kendrick & Shrimpton, res w s Spy 
Run ave. 

Wagner Barbara (wid Anthony), res 16 W Jefferson. 

Wagner Catherine (wid John), dressmkr 27 Lavina, res same. 

Wagner Miss Ella, dressmaker 27 Lavina, bds same. 

Wagner Frederick, brewer C L Centlivre, bds Thomas Hunt. 

Wagner George E, enginr P, F W & C Ry, res 154 E Lewis. 

Wagner George S, res 16 W Jefferson. 

Wagner Henry, asst foreman Bass F & M Works, res s s 
Edgerton 2 e of Lillie. • 

Wagner Henry G, druggist 35 Calhoun, res 24 E Washington. 

Wagner John (Pressler & Wagner), res 45 Butler. 

Wagner John B, doormaker Rhinesmith & Simonson, bds 27 
Lavina. 

Wagner John C, roadmaster F W, C & L Ry, res 35 N Cal- 
houn. 

Wagner John C, piano tuner, res w s Harrison 1 s of W Jef- 
ferson. 

Wagner John T (Leichner & Wagner), res 91 Montgomery. 

Wagner Julius, carp Pressler & Wagner, bds 45 Butler. 

Wagner Kate, tailoress J Rieg, bds 16 W Jefferson. 

Wagner Lizzie, milliner, bds 16 W Jefferson. 

Wagner Mary, elk Jenkinsou & Spencer, bds 16 W Jefferson. 

Wagner Mathias, brickmaker Joseph Fremion, bds same. 

Wagner Rudolph, lab N G Olds & Sons, res 85 Holman. 

liVagner Rupert, Propr Musicians' Headquarters Saloon 
and Restaurant 7 E Main, res same. 

Wahrenburg Frederick, policeman, res 12 Hood. 

Waibel Charles L, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 
226 W Jefferson. 

Waibel Emma, dressmaker, bds 226 W Jefferson. 

Waibel Placidus, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 226 
W Jefferson. 

Waite Calista A (wid Walter), res Hough. 

Wakefield Andrew R, molder Bass F & M Works, res 125 
Montgomery. 



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Wakefield Wm E, molder Bass F & M Works, res 44 Force. 

Walch Miss Mary, bds 85 E Jefferson. 

Walda Charles, carpenter, res 329 E Washington. 

Walda Charles F W, painter, bds 329 E Washington. 

Walda Christian, carp P, F W & C Ry, res 325 W Wash- 
ington. 

Walda Christian C, carp P, F W & C Ry, res 71 Maumee. 

Walda Frederick, laborer, bds 329 E Washington. 

Walda Frederick jr, carpenter, bds Frederick Walda. 

Walda Frederick W, tailor B Kramer, res s s Pontiac 2 w of 
Calhoun. 

Walda Henry, plasterer, bds s s Pontiac 2 w of Calhoun. 

Walda Henry B, carpenter, res 331 E Washington. 

Walda Herman, varnisher, bds 325 W Washington. 

Walda Louisa, domestic John Morris. 

Walda Millie, domestic 131 E DeWald. 

Walda Theodore, laborer, bds 329 E Washington. 

Walda Wm, carpenter, res 216 E Wayne. 

Walda Wm C, carpenter, res 26 Schick. 

Walda Wm F, spokedrvr N G Olds & Sons, res 361 Lafayette. 

Walda Wm H, bds 329 E Washington. 

Walder Frank, shoemaker, res 1 2 Pine. 

Waldmann Charles, upholsterer F W Lounge Works, bds 
Pennsylvania House. 

Waldo Louisa, domestic 348 Calhoun. 

Waldo Mary S, principal Harmer School, bds 19 E Jefferson. 

Waldschmidt George, lab P, F W & C Ry, res 45 Maumee ave. 

Waldschmidt Jacob, lab P, F W & C Ry, bds 45 Maumee ave. 

Wales Edward A, cashier F W, C & L R R, res 38 5th. 

Walker, see also Welker. 

Walker Miss Alice, dressmaker, bds 57 Miner. 

Walker Andrew, rcvng elk P, F W & C Ry, res 214 Francis. 

Walker Frank B, student, bds 57 Miner. 

Walker Leonard S, res 57 Miner. 

Walker Mary, domestic 175 W Berry. 

Walker Mary C (wid Lewis J), boardinghouse s w cor Maid- 
en Lane and Pearl. 

Walker Jennie, domestic 61 W Berry. 

Walker John, blacksmith L B Johns, bds 223 W Jefferson. 

Walkey Frederick, carp, res n e cor Jefferson and Broadway. 

Wall Miss Alice, bds 75 Melita, 

Wallace Miss Fanny, res n s Cochrane 3 e of Coombs. 

Wallace Frederick, framemaker Keil &Bro, res 124 Harrison. 

Wallace John, boilermaker P, F W & C Ry, res 140 E Lewis. 

Walls Carrie (wid Thomas C), res 60 Chicago. 

Walmer Daniel, telegraph operator, bds 195 W Main. 

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is superior to that 
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FOKT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 



Walmer Louise (wid Daniel), res 195 W Maifi. 

Walmer Miss Mary, clerk, bds 195 W Main. 

Walsh Garrett, laborer, res e s Gay .3 s of Creighton ave. 

Walsh John, cond P, F W & C Ry, res 143 E Jefferson. 

Walsh John B, pedler, bds Clifton Honse. 

Walsh Michael V, clerk Aveline House. 

Waltemath Charles, carpenter, bds 27 Grand. 

Waltemath Charles F, bookkpr G W Seavey, res 43 W Lewis. 

Walteiliatll Charles H, Dry Goods, Groceries and 

Bakery 325 Lafayette, res same. 
Waltemath Henry, machinist, res 43 W Lewis. 
Waltemath Henry, clerk H Dicke, bds 259 E Lewis. 
Waltemath Henry F, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 43 W 

Lewis. 
Waltemath Louis, laborer, res 259 E Lewis. 
Waltemath Wm, clerk Bartels & Co, bds 259 E Lewis. 
Waltemath Wm, clerk W L Moellering, bds 221 Lafayette. 
Waltemath Wm, clerk C H Waltemath, bds 325 Lafayette. 
Walter Albert L, res 342 W Jefferson. * 
Walter Amos R, clerk B W Skelton, res 5 West. 
Walter Charles W, lawyer 32 E Main, res Spy Run ave. 
Walter David, butcher, res 51 Barr. 
Walter Jacob, barber 91 Calhoun, res 62 Chicago. 
Walter Jacob H, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 149 Force. 
Walter John A, shoemaker 19 W Berry, res n s Huron 2 w 

of Mechanic's. 
Walter Wm B, res e s Spy Run ave n of river bridge. 
Walters John, upholsterer, bds Custer House. 
Walters John A, fish, oysters, etc 303 Lafayette, res same. 
Walther Frederick, piano tuner, res 139 E Jefferson. 
Walther Mrs Theresa, confectionery 139 E Jefferson, res 

same. 
Waltka Frederick, molder Bass F <& M Works, bds Mays- 

ville road beyond limits. 
Waltke George, miller J B Monning, res 78 E Columbia. 
Waltman Charles, carpenter Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, bds 39 

Grand. 
Walton Charles E, train dispatcher P, F W & C Ry, bds 43 

Brackenridge. 
Walton Clinton H, trainmaster P, F W & C Ry, bds 131 

E Wayne. 
Walton Horace B, janitor P, P W & C Ry, res 40 Williams. 
Walton Joseph R, storekeeper P, F W & C Ry, res 43 

Brackenridge. 
Walts Rev Jacob K, pastor Berrv Street M E Chui'ch, res 26 

W Berry. 

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Waltzer Julius J, upholsterer F W Lounge Works, bds Custer 
House. 

Wamhof Wm, machine hand, res 172 Ewing. 

Wannenmocher Charles J, carpenter, res 85 N Cass. 

Warburton George F, mach F W, C & L R R, bds 61 Cass. 

Ward Ambrose G, checkman W, St L & P Ry, bds 20 Leith. 

Ward Charles C, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 20 Leith. 

Ward Daniel D, finisher, bds 16 Leith. 

Ward Henry C, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 41.3 Lafayette. 

Ward Horatio ST, Crockery and Glassware, Silver 
Plate Ware, Chandeliers, Lamps, China Cutlery and 
Looking Glasses 8 W Columbia, res 233 W Berry. 

Ward Jeremiah, foreman W, St L & P Ry, res 79 Oakley. 

Ward John, molder, bds 6 Kansas. 

Ward Loran D, bookbinder Davis & Bro, bds 71 Laselle. 

Ward John W, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 6 Kansas. 

Ward Wm A, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res s s Pontiac 2 e 
of Calhoun. 

Ward Capt Wm H, foreman, res 20 Leith. 

Wares Lizzie, domestic 152 E Berry. 

Warhenke Frederick, shoemaker C Sohiefer & Son, res 147 
High. 

Waring Allen, brakeman, bds 63 3d. 

Warner George, stoker Ft Wayne Gas Light Co, res 37 Barr. 

Warner G Frank (Warner & Koegel), res 46 Lavina. 

Warner Thomas C, printer Fort Wayne Daily News, bds 316 
E Jefferson. 

Warner & Koegel (G Frank Warner, Christian Koegel), gro- 
cers 171 Broadway. 

Warren Perry S, shoemaker 44 Center, res same. 

Waser Martin, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds Sallier House. 

Washington House 123 Calhoun. 

Wass Samuel L, machine hand Rhinesmith & Simonson, res s 
s Pontiac nr Walton ave. 

Wasserbach John, Merchant Tailor 40 Harrison, res 
same. 

Water Works Office 6S Ban. 

Waterhous Edward (Waterhous & Bro), res Spy Run ave. 

Waterhous John H (Waterhous & Bro), res 103 Lafayette. 

Waterhous & Bro (John H and Edward), horseshoers 85 E 
Columbia. 

Waterman George H, clerk H N Goodwin, bds 232 W Jef- 
ferson. 

Waterman John H, engineer W, St L «fe P Ry, res 232 W 
Jefferson. 

Waters .Tames, teamster, res s s Elizabeth 8 w of Spy Run ave. 



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FOET WAYNE DIEBCTORY. 



Waters Jolin A, pedler, res 78 Melita. 

Waters Lucy, domestic 12 Chicago. 

Waters Robert, carpenter, bds Mull's Hotel. 

Waters Sarah, waiter Aveline House. 

Watson Albert, laborer, bds Alexander Yobst. 

Watson Charles A, laborer, bds 139 Madison. 

Watson Daniel J, porter The Robinson. 

Watson Harley, painter F W, C & L R R, res 378 E Water. 

Watson Maria (wid Henry), res 139 Madison. 

Watson Walter W, night dispatcher G R & I R R, bds 105 

W Berry. 
Watterson Wm, brakeman N Y, & St L Ry, bds 63 3d. 
Waugh Charles R, machine hand, bds 459 Lafayette. 
Waugh James R, engnr P, F W & C Ry, res 459 Lafayette. 
Wavada Frank J, mach hand N G Olds & Sons, bds 14 Bran- 

driff. 
Wavada Julia, domestic Mrs R L Knapp. 
Wavada Mary (wid Louis), res 14 Brandriff. 
Waxenf elder John F, teamster, res 137 High. 
Waycott Phoebe, domestic 111 Fairfield ave. 
Waymeyer Wm, coachman S B Bond. 
Wayne St M E Church s w cor W Wayne and Broadway. 
Weaber John H, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res 1 Brandrifif. 
Weabrook Mrs Desta, laundress The Robinson. 
Weaver Charles, clerk McKinnie House, rooms 20 Baker. 
Weaver Charles M, raaohhandNG Olds & Sons, res 135 Force. 
Weaver John F, molder A Hattersley & Son, res 50 Chicago. 
Weaver John H, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res s w cor 

Webster and Brandriff. 
Weaver Thomas (col'd), laborer, res 27 Clinton. 
Weaver Wnl iSi^jborer, res n s Spy Run ave 1 s of Elizabeth. 



i^ilJjorer 

iSficki 



Webb M H (G RJ^ckford & Co), res St Mary's ave 1 s of 

Broadway. 'S^ ' '• 
Webb Reuben M, fireman K Y, C & St L Ry, bds 238 W 

Wayne. 
Webb Rhoda A (wid Augustus M), Furnished Rooms, 

res 238 W Wayne. 
Webb Miss Rhoda A, teacher Washington School,, bds 238 W 

Wayne. 
Webb Samuel, laborer, res n e cor Aboit and Franklin ave. 
Webbe Rev Wm R, rector Trinity Church, res 170 W Wayne. 
Webber Charlotte S (wid Benjamin), res 47 Bass. 
Webber Lizzie, domestic 114 Clinton. 
Webber Milton IM, Dealer in Imported and Domestic 

Wines, Liquors and Cigars 39 Calhoun and 3 E Main, 

res 126 W Washington. (See adv, opp page 293.) 

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Morgan & Beach, — tools. — 

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Weber Adam, wiper P, F W & C Ry, res SI Montgomery. 

Weber Andrew, frmn ptnmkr P, F W & C Ry, res 199 Barr. 

Weber Annie, domestic 96 Butler. 

Weber Bernhardt, maeh P, F W & C Ry, bds 69 Buchanan. 

Weber Carrie, domestic 22 W Wayne. 

Weber Clement, clerk, bds 81 Montgomery. 

Weber Edward, clerk Wm Moellering & Son, bds 81 Mont- 
gomery. 

Weber Ella, domestic 301 Calhoun. 

Weber Emma C, teacher Bloomingdale School, bds 191 E 
Washington. 

Weber Ferdinand P, molder Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, res 391 
E Lewis. 

Weber Frank, street commissioner, bds 123 Maumee road. 

Weber Frederick, res n s Hugh 2 w of Hanna 

Weber Henry, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 161 Hanna. 

Weber Jacob, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 108 John. 

Weber John, packer City Mills, res 275 E Wayne. 

Weber John J, principal East German School, res 191 E Wash- 
ington. 

Weber Miss Magdalena, bds 6 Gay. 

Weber Peter, mason, res 308 W Jefferson. 

Weber Valentine, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 81 Mont- 
gomery. 

Weber Wm, blacksmith, bds Spy Run ave. 

WedlerCarl, section hand, res n s Samuel 5 e of Thomas. 

Wedler Gustav, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 96 Laselle. 

Wedler Herman J, helper Bass F & M Works, res 17 John. 

Weed Flora, teacher Central Grammar School, bds 148 
Clinton. 

Weed Myron W, traveling agent, res 50 Brackenridge. 

Weedenhady Charles, teamster, bds 240 W Main. 

Weeks George H, painter P, F W & C Ry, res 435 Hanna. 

Weeks Irene (wid John), res 215 Hanna. 

Wefel Adolph J, tinner P, F W & C Ry, res 21 E Washington. 

Wef el Edward H, laborer Peters' Box & Lumber Co, bds 161 
High. 

Wefel Charlotte (wid Frederick), res 161 High. 

Wefel Frederick, sawyer Peters' Box & Lumber Co, res 161 
High. 

Wefel John, machine hand Boesker, White & Co, bds 161 
High. 

Wefel John W, carpenter, res 168 High. 

Wefel Martin, clerk Dreier & Bro, bds 41 Barthold. 

Wefel Maud, domestic 51 W Berry, 

Wefel Wilhelniina (wid John), bds 41 Barthold. 



SILVER WARE, 



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FOET WAYNE DIEECTORT. -til 

Wefel Wm, file cutter J Harries & Co, res 144 High. 

Weher Frederick, carpenter, res 408 W Main. 

Wehnert Carl F H, cabinetmaker G R Bickford & Co, res 

Maumee road nr Washington. 
Wehnert Charles, carpenter, res 39 Wefel. 
Wehnert Emil F, laborer Hoffman Bros, bds 350 W Main. 
Wehr Louisa, domestic 40 Douglas ave. 
Wehrs Annie (wid Frederick), res 122 W Jefferson. 
Wehrs Henry, laborer, res 92 E Jefferson. 
Wehrs Wm H, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 35 Hough. 
Weicher Jacob J, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res e s 

Fairfield ave 2 s of organ factory. 
Weick Jacob, carpenter F W, C & L R R, res IVl Wells. 
Weidner Michael, laborer, bds 73 Buchanan. 
Weidner Nicholas, teamster J A Alter, bds 73 Buchanan. 
Weik Christian, baker Bond bakery, bds n e cor Jefferson 

and Griffith. 
Weikert Jacob, salesman Houser & Wickersham. 
Weil Abraham (Weil Bros & Co), res 69 E Jefferson. 
Weil Bros & Co (Rosa Isaac, Abraham Weil), dealers in 

hides, pelts and furs 85 E Columbia. 
Weil Miss Carrie, res 69 E Jefferson. 
Weil George, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 119 

Taylor. 
Weil Isaac (Weil Bros & Co), res 69 E Jefferson. 
Weil Jacob, with Weil Bros & Co, res 69 E Jefferson. 
Weil Miss Jennie, clerk Weil Bros & Co, bds 69 E Jefferson. 
Weil Rosa (Weil Bros & Co), res 69 E Jefferson. 
Weilde Jacob, shoemaker, res 17 Laselle. 

Weiler Martin, laborer Bass F & M Works, bds 168 Holman. 
Weimer George, baker C H Waltemath, res 97 Buchanan. 
Weipert Michael J, carpenter Jacoby & Wiegand, res 99 

Huffman. 
Weipert Reinhard, foreman Ranke, Yergens & Co, res 99 

Huffman. 
Weis, see also Wise. 
Weis Emanuel, pedler, res 15 Erie. 
Weis Jacob, carpenter, res s s Horace 3 e of Thomas. 
Weisberg Benedict, pedler, res 303 Lafayette. 
Weisbrod Elizabeth (wid Abraham), bds 122 E Wayne. 
Weisell David D, Dentist, Inserts Silver Fillings Which 

do Not Turn Black, Office 34 Calhoun, res 311 W Jeffer- 
son. (See bottom lines.) 
Weisell Garish, clerk H N Goodwin, bds 311 W Jefferson. 
Weisell W Ellis, student D D Weisell. bds 311 W Jefferson. 
Weis,.nberu;er Daniel, lab...-!-. rc~ 4-1 Charlrs. 



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Weisenberger Katharina (wid Valentine), res 44 Charles. 

Weisenburger Benjamin, laborer, res 126 3d. 

Weisenburger George, saloon 299 W Main, res same. 

Weisenburger Valentine, helper P, F W & C Ry, res s s Elm 
3 e of Cherry. 

Weismantel Frank, foreman J C Eckert, res 22 W Jefferson. 

Weismantel Mary (wid Peter J), res 198 Broadway. 

Weiss Albert, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co,' res 153 E 
Lewis. 

Weiss Frederick, tailor A F Schoch, bds 46 2d. 

Weitzel Lucy, domestic A H Hamilton. 

Weitzmann Miss Clara, tailoress T F Weitzmann, bds 182 
Jackson. 

Weitzmann Felix T, tailor T F Weitzmann, bds 182 Jackson. 

Weitzmann Miss Ida, tailoress T F Weitzmann, bds 182 
Jackson. 

Weitzmann Max, tailor T F Weitzmann, bds 182 Jackson. 

Weitzinanu Theobald F, Merchant Tailor 162 
Calhoun, res 182 Jackson. (See top lines.) 

Weitzmann T Paul, tailor T F Weitzmann, bds 182 Jackson. 

Welch, see also Welsh. 

Welch Byron E, engineer, res 108 Fairfield ave. 

Welch Charles H, machine hand Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 1 15 
Fairfield ave. 

Welch John, wiper P, F W & C Ry, res 32 Brandriff. 

Welch John jr, machinist P, F W & C Ry, bds 32 Brandriff. 

Welch John H (Welch & Baker), res 84 Creighton ave. 

Welch John J, machine operator, bds 23 Melita. 

Welch John M, laborer, res 23 Melita. 

Welch Mary E (wid George W), res 175 Fairfield ave. 

Welch Thomas, machinist P, F W & C Ry, bds 32 Brandriff. 

Welch Thomas P, machine operator, bds 23 Melita. 

Welch Mrs Winnie, domestic Globe restaurant, res 76 Daw- 
son. 

Welch & Baker (John H Welch, John Baker), slate and tin 
roofers 190 Calhoun. 

Welches Clara, domestic 16 W Washington. 

Weldon Francis R, clerk P, F W & C Ry, res 348 Calhoun. 

Weldon Walter R, machinist P, F W & C Ry, bds 348 Cal- 
houn. 

Welker, see also Walker. 

Welker Annie M (wid Daniel), bds 64 3d. 

Welker Daniel, machine hand Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 17 
Hoffman. 

Welker George, upholsterer P E Wolf, bds 59 Wall. 

Welker Henry, cabinetmaker J M Miller, res 59 Wall. 

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PORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 



Welker Louis, machine hand G R Bickford & Co, res n e cor 

Grant ave and Humphrey. 
Welklin John, truckman P, F W & C Ry, bds 44 Taylor. 
Welklin Mary (wid John), res 44 Taylor. 
Weller Barbara (wid Christian), res 76 E Wayne. 
Weller Charles, meat market 123 Harrison, res 25 W Wash- 
ington. 
Weller Elizabeth D, vestmaker, bds 76 E Wayne. 
Weller John G, butcher, res 123 Harrison. 
Welling Frank, with Coombs & Co, res 155 W Wayne. 
Wellmann Henry (Wellmann & Hohnhaus), res 44Pritchard. 
Wellraann Sophie (wid Frederick), res 112 Jackson. 
Wellmann & Hohnhaus (Henry Wellmann, George Hohnhaus), 

stair builders s e cor Fairfield ave and Baker. 
Wellmeyer Frederick W, foreman Hoffman Bros, res 181 W 

Superior. 
Wells Miss Alice, music teacher 43 Lavina, bds same. 
Wells Miss Almira, bds 2 Madison. 
Wells Charles M, res 2 Madison. 
Wells Mrs Delphine B, Principal Westminister Home 

School for Young Ladies, res 251 W Main. {See adv, 

p5.) 
Wells George, carpenter, res Grant ave bet Randall and 

Humphrey. 
Wells George R, harness 36 Clinton, res 6 N Cass. 
Wells Harriet M, tchr Bloomingdale School, bds 36 Clinton. 
Wells James, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, bds n s Killea 2 w 

of Calhoun. 
Wells John W, switchman P, F W & C Ry, res s w cor Smith 

and Samuel. 
Wells Judson W, clerk P, F W & C Ry, res 18 Williams. 
Wells Maria (wid Dr Arnold), res 43 Lavina. 
Wells Richard, blacksmith N G Olds & Sons, res n s Killea 2 

w of Calhoun. 
Wells Miss Ruth, bds 2 Madison. 
Welsh, see also Welch. 

Welsh James, wiper P, F W & C Ry, bds 75 E Superior. 
Welsh Mary (wid Patrick), res 75 E Superior. 
Welsh Patrick T, eng P, F W & C Ry, res 441 Lafayette. 
Welsh Richard, clerk, bds 75 E Superior. 
Welsh Thomas, laborer, bds 98 Montgomery. 
Welsimeyer Catherine (wid Daniel), res 334 W Jefferson. 
Welsimeyer Louis F, painter, bds 334 W Jefferson. 
Welten Anna, domestic 83 Clinton. 
Welten John, machinist, res 38 Butler. 
Wendelen Henry, Lab Standard Oil Co, res 847 E Washington. 



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Wendt Julia, domestic 189 Griffith. 
Wendt Wm, shoemaker, bds 58 Pritchard. 
Weninger Agnes (wid Joseph), bds 269 E JefEerson. 
Weninger George, barber Charles Fuller, res 269 E Jefferson. 
Wenninghoff Christian, cigar manufacturer 144 Calhoun, res 

1Y3 Ewing. 
Wenninghoff Rudolph, policeman, res 179 W Washington. 
Wente Christian, laborer, res 101 Wilt. 
Wente John, car inspector, res 342 Calhoun. 
Wente Wilhelmina (wid Wm), res 90 Barr. 
Wente Wm, shoemaker, bds 28 Pritchard. 
Wentz George F, engineer, res 23 W Lewis. 
Werges Peter, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 169 Buchanan. 
Werkmann Eleanora K, clerk C Haffner, bds 31 'W Berrv. 
Werkmann Ernst V, mach P, F W & C Ry, bds 62 Walton. 
Werkmann H Philip, trkmn P, F W & C Ry, res 62 Walton. 
Werkmann Philip E, finisher Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 62 

Walton ave. 
Werkmann Valentine, laborer, res 85 Lillie. 
Wermuth Charles R, carp, res s s Suttenfield 1 e of Warsaw. 
Werner Charles, laborer Diether & Campbell, bds 24 Clark. 
Werner Christian, butcher F Eckart & Co, res 339 W Main. 
Werner Gustav, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 137 Wallace. 
Werner Louis, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 137 Wallace. 
Werntz Lida, waiter The Robinson. 

Weronortzki Joseph, lab Bass F & M Works, res 1 John. 
Wertz Henry, conductor P, F W & C Ry. 
Wery Charles, teamster, bds 132 Williams. 
Wery Henry, carpenter, bds 132 Williams. 
Wery John H, proprietary medicines 132 Williams, res same. 
Wesche Frederick, baker E Seidel & Son, bds 52^ Calhoun. 
Wesemann Henry F W, molder Bass F & M Works, res 262 

E Jefferson. 
Wesener Susan (wid Albert), res 193 Ewing. 
Wesner Augustus, engineer Standard Oil Co, res 42 Thomas. 
Wessel John, with Philip Graf, res 401 Lafayette. 
Wessell John jr, gi-ocery and saloon 273 Hanna, res same. 
West Amanda, domestic Mull's Hotel. 
West Wm, porter Wagner & Hall. 
Westenfeld Annie, domestic 26 E Columbia. 
We§tenfeld Conrad, Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Pool 

Room 120 Calhoun, res same. 
Westermann Harry, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 224 Calhoun. 
Westerman Wm, carpenter, res 17 Summit. 

Western Union Telegraph Co, O L Perry Mngr, 

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Westhof Wm, mason, bds 267 E Lewis. 
Westman Wm, molder, res 262 E Jefferson. 

Westminster Home Seliool for Yoiing 

Ladies, Miss Carrie B Sharp and Mrs D B Wells Prin- 
cipals, 251 W Main. [/See adv, p 5.) 

Weston Frederick, gardener w s Spy Run ave n of brewery. 

Westphal Christian, teamster Ranke, Yergens & Co, res s w 
cor St Mary's ave and Lake. 

Westphal Frederick, res 173 Montgomery. 

Westrumb Henry C F, laborer, res 415 E Washington. 

Wetzel George, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 136 Francis. 

Wetzell Wm, laborer, res 330 llanna. 

Weyer Benjamin D, tinsmith P, F W & C Ry, res n s 4th 3 
w of Wells. 

Weyer Martin, wiper, res 10 Hoffman. 

Weyer Miss Matilda, clerk, bds 10 Hoffman. 

Whalen James, laborer, bds 262 Calhoun. 

Whalen John, molder, res 390 E Wayne. 

Whaley Hanna (wid Justin), res 27 E Washington. 

Whan Joseph, millwright Bass F & M Works, rooms 92 Cal- 
houn. 

Wharton Charles S, clerk, res 34 W Washington. 

W heeler Charles, lab, res s s Burgess 1 w of St Mary's ave. 

Wheeler Charles E, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, res 174 
Greeley. 

Wheeler John S, engineer P, F W & St L Ry, res s e cor 
Horace and Thomas. 

Wheeler Joshua C, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 11 Wall. 

Wheeler Nelson (N Wheeler & Co), res 220 W Jefferson. 

l¥heeler IV O & Co (Nelson Wheeler), Handle Mnfrs 
s e cor Main and Broadway. 

Wheeler Robert B, fireman G R & I RR, res 148 E Lewis. 

Wheelock Kent K, physician 94 Calhoun, res 187 Griffiith. 

Whelan Anna, domestic 156 W Wayne. 

Whery Wm P, physician 94 Calhoun, res 61 Madison. 

Whetsell Edward (col'd), laborer, res 106 Madison. 

Whist Robert, tinner P, F W & C Ry, bds Hedekin House. 

White Miss Amanda, bds n w cor Oliver and Horace. 

White Enos H, millwright Bass F & M Works, res w s S 
Wayne ave 5 s of Creighton ave. 

White George B, bookkeeper Daniel Shordon, rooms 16 W 
Superior. 

White Isabel (wid John), res n w cor Oliver and Horace. 

White James B (Boseker, White & Co), Fruit House 
and Grocer 9 and 1 1 W Berry, res 60 Barr. 

White Jefferson, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 327 Hanna. 



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White John I, sec Bass F & M Works, res 210 W Wayne. 
White John W (Boseker, White & Co), res 99 E Main. 
White Luther, laborer, bds n w cor Oliver and Horace. 
White Miss Mary, bds 224 W Berry. 

White Nicholas S, brakeman P,P W & C Ry, bds 262 Calhoun. 
White Miss Sarah, bds 224 W Berry. 

White Sewing- 9Iaehines, William B Miller Agent, 

19 W Berry. [See adv, p 85.) 
White Taylor, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds n w cor Oliver 

and Horace. 
White Wm, miller John Orff, bds 228 W Washington. 
Whitehead Arthur, engineer G R & I R R, res 316 Calhoun. 
Whitehead John G, clerk Robert Ogden, res 108 Harrison. 
Whitehead Wm, plumber Robert Ogden, bds 108 Harrison. 
Whiteley Elizabeth (wid Thomas), bds 20S E Lewis. 
Whitfield Robert H (col'd), barber John Ridley,bds 29 E Main. 
Whiting Almon J, checkman W, St L & P Ry, bds tollgate. 

New Haven road. 
Whiting Ira C, tollgate keeper New Haven road, res same. 
Whitmer Daniel, flagman, res 10 Locust. 
Whitney Frank, mason, bds 144 Pritchard. 
Whitney Frank H, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 36 McClellan. 
Whitney Miranda (wid Washington I), res 265 W Jefferson. 
Whittington James A, yardman Kilian Baker, res 354 W 

Main. 
Whittles Joab, machinist, res 68 Leith. 
Wible Mary L (wid Thomas), res 198 Hanna. 
Wichman Albert, brickmason W Moellering, bds 219 Madison 
Wichman Albert C F, bookkeeper and superintendent Wm 

Moellering, res 219 Madison. 
Wichman Miss Emma, milliner Mrs N B Rowe, bds 219 

Madison. 
Wichman Ferdinand, tailor, res 27 Schick. 
Wichman Ferdinand jr, clerk T F Thieme, rooms 94 Calhoun. 
Wichman Herman, carpenter, bds 32 Lavina. 
Wichman Herman, teamster W Moellering, bds 219 Madison. 
Wichman John T, machinist Bass F & M Works, res 353 

E Washington. 
Wichman Lena, domestic 58 W Berry. 
Wichman Miss Lizzie, clerk H H' G Upmeyer, bds 219 

Madison. 
Wichman Theodore, helper, bds 27 Schick. 
Wickersham Eli L (Houser«B Wickersham), res 101 Lafayette. 
Wickliffe Michael, clerk County Treasurer, res 7 Duryea. 
Wiebke Sophie, domestic S B Bond. 
Wieck Philip, laborer, res 171 Wells. 



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Wieck Jacob, carpenter, bds 171 Wells. 

Wiedbrauk Deadie A (wid Christian), laundress, bds 37 

Grand. 
Wiedbrauk Henry, helper, bds 84 E Wayne. 
Wiedelman Wm, carpenter, res s s E Main 1 w of Coombs. 
Wiedemann Casper, foreman cleaning room Bass F & M 

Works, res 370 E Washington. 
Wiedmann Charles, carpenter, bds John Metzger. 
Wiedemann Joseph, laborer, bds 347 Lafayette. 
Wiedemann Ullrich, whitewashei', res 347 Lafayette. 
Wiegand John W, machine hand Jacoby & Wiegand, bds 

343 Lafayette. 
Wiegand Miss Maggie R, bds 343 Lafayette. 
Wiegand Sebastian (Jacoby & Weigand), res 343 Lafayette. 
Wiegmann Charlotte (wid Frederick), res 200 E Jefferson. 
Wiegraann Frederick H, tresshoop maker H Stephan «fc Co, 

bds 200 E Jefferson. 
Wiegraann Herman, carpenter Kraft & Co, res 32 Lavina. 
Wiegmann Wm, blacksmith Ft Wayne Steel Plow Works, res 

403 W Main. 
Wiehe Charles, coremaker Bass F & M Works, res 73 Wilt. 
Wiehe Ferdinand W, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 73 Wilt. 
Wieman George M, cigarmaker C Weinninghoff, rooms 116 

W Jefferson. 
Wieman n Wm, res s w cor Lafayette and Washington. 
Wieneke August, cigarmaker, bds 283 W Main. 
Wieneke Frederick, shoemaker 283 W Main, res same. 
Wieneke Frederick, wiper N Y, C & St L Ry. 
Wieneke Wm, carpenter, bds 283 W Main. 
Wiersche Charles, machinist P, F W & C Ry, bds 174 Jackson. 
Wiesmer Jacob J, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 112 E 

Creighton ave. 
Wiesmer Nicholas, res 1 12 Creighton ave. 
Wiesmer Nicholas jr, laborer, bds 112 Creighton ave. 
Wiesenberg Ida, domestic 173 Montgomery. 
Wiest Francis, domestic 134 E Jefferson. 
Wietmann Frederick, mason, res 23 West. 
Weitmann Michael, painter, res 26 West. 
Wiggins Almond, switchman P, F W & G Ry, res s e cor 

Edgerton and Winter. 
Wikel Samuel A, asst general freight agent F W, C & L Ry, 

res 287 W Berry. 
Wilcox Isaac, saloon Robinson House Block, res 41 W 

Washington. 
Wilde Jacob, shoemaker Henry Bauer, res 17 Laselle. 
Wilde Wm A, baker Edward Glaser, res 97 Laselle. 

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Morgan & Beach, imperial plows. 

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Wilder Joseph Henr}^, secretary N G Olds & Sons, res 127 W 

Wavne. 
Wilder Wm W, switchman W, St L & P Ry, res 78 Baker. 
Wilding Charles A, bookkeeper Wilding & Son, res 260 W 

Wayne. 
Wilding George, turner, res 13 Walnut. 
Wilding James (Wilding & Son), res 260 W Wayne. 
Wilding; James W (Wilding & Son), res 132 Fairfield ave. 
Wilding & Son (James and James W), Dealers in Wood 

and Coal, also Painters and Paper Hangers' Supplies 191 

and 193 Calhoun. 
Wildtman Jacob, laborer George De Wald. 
Wile Isaac (Isaac Wile& Co), bds The Robinson. 
Wile Ii^aac & Co (Isaac Wile, Abraham Mannheimer), 

Wholesale Wines and Liquors 8 Calhoun. 
Wiley Charles W, lawyer, bds 8 N Cass. 
Wiley Lulu J, teacher Clay School, bds n e cor Savannah and 

Diamond. 
Wiley Oliver A W, fireman, bds e s Savannah s of Diamond. 
Wiley O Bird, surveyor, bds e s Savannah s of Diamond. 
Wiley Sarah J ( wid Alexander), res e s Savannah s of Diamond. 
Wilhelm George, teamster, res e s St Mary's ave 2 s of Spring. 
Wiihelm John W, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res 37 Baker. 
Wilhelm Peter, laborer, res 190 Brackenridge. 
Wilkens Catherine (wid Christian), res 116 Broadway. 
Wilkens Charles (C Wilkens & Bros), bds 116 Broadway. 
Wilkens C & Bros (Charles, Wm and Jacob V), Meat 

Market 112 Broadway. 
Wilkens Jacob V (C Wilkens & Bros), bds 116 Broadway. 
Wilkens Wm (C Wilkens & Bros), res 14 Wilt. 
Wilkening Caroline (wid Gottlieb) res 135 W Wayne. 
Wilkin Herman, laborer, res s e cor Oakland and Aboit. 
Wilkinson Frank, lieutenant city police, res 89 N" Cass. 
Wilkinson James, proprietor Hedekin House, Barr nr Nickel 

Plate passenger depot. 
Wilkinson John, foreman, res 56 Wells. 
Wilkinson Michael, flagman L S & M S Ry, res 56 Wells. 
Wilkinson Thomas A, justice of the peace 27 P Building, 

res 225 E Wayne. 
Will Frank, feeder Newspaper Union, bds 128 Calhoun. 
Will Thomas H, blacksmith Kerr Murray Mnfg Co, res 128 

Calhoun. 
Willett Charles, clerk Dreier & Bro, rooms n w cor (jalhoun 

and Columbia. 
Willett James, clerk, bds 123 E Main. 
Williams Aimer (col'd), yardman McKiniiie House. 



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Williams Addie H, teacber Hanna School, bds 54 Williams. 
Williams Benjamin, brtndr Francis Fitzgerald, bds 28 Clinton. 
Williams Carrie, comp Ft Wayne Sentinel, bds 17 Duryea. 
Williams Charles H, solicitor Ft Wayne Journal, res 204 

Ewing. 
Williams Darius F, brakeman, res s e cor Cherry and Elm. 
Williams David F, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 3.3 Elm. 
Williams Effingham T (George DeWald & Co), res 132 E 

Main. 
Williams Henry M (Beaver, Miller & Co), office 36 E Berry, 

bds 96 W Wayne. 
Williams Jeremiah, laborei-, res 199 W Washington. 
Williams Jesse L, civil engineer, res 96 W Wayne. 
Williams John A, helper W, St L & P Ry, res "82 Baker. 
Williams John W, brkmn P, F W & C Ry, res 219 Lafayette. 
Williams Joseph, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Tremont 

House. 
Williams Joshua J, tie inspector P, F W & C Ry, res 56 

Douglas ave. 
Williams Maggie E, tailoress N B Young, bds 123 E Main. 
Williams Margaret (wid Edward), tailoress, rooms 58 E 

Wayne. 
Williams Samuel, clerk Custer House, bds same. 
Williams Wm W, blacksmith Henry Freistroffer, bds 199 W 

Washington. 
Williams Zephania, bds 199 W Washington. 
Williamson Henry J, laborer, res e s Runnion ave 1 s of N Y, 

C & St L Ry. 
Williamson John, tinsmith, res 108 Creighton ave. 
Williard Miss Ella R, teacher, bds 45 Madison. 
Williard Joseph C, insurance, bds 45 Madison. 
Williard Miss Martha, teacher, bds 45 Madison. 
Williard Rachel A (wid B L P), res 45 Madison. 
AYills John C, General Foreman W, St L & P Ry, res 

ISf. Griffith. 
Willson Martin, boilerraaker, res 87 Madison. 
Willson Miss Mary, bds 217 W Wayne. 

Willson Oscar J, clerk W, St L & P Ry, res 217 W Wayne. 
Wilson Alexander, steam fitter P, F"W & C Ry, res 147 

Fairfield ave. 
Wilson Benjamin, stone cutter Win & .J J Gerke, bds 42 W 

Main. 
Wilson Eva (wid John), res 24 Huffman. 
Wilson Frank, coachman 70 Harrison. 
Wilson Frank W, chief dispatcher G R & I R R, les 69 

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Wilson Gains (G Wilson & Bro), bds 238 W Creighton ave. 
Wilson George (G Wilson & Bro), res 238 W Creighton ave. 
Wilson George, truckman P, F W tfe C Ry, res 84 Van Buren. 
Wilson George C, carpenter, bds s e cor Hoagland ave and 

Pontiac. 
Wilson George H (George H Wilson & Sons), res 221 W 

Berry. 
Il^ilson George H & Sons (George H, Nathan A 

and George W), Stoves and House Furnishing Goods 17 

E Columbia. 
Wilson Rev George P, pastor Free Methodist Church s w cor 

Creighton and Holton aves, res rear same. 
Wilson George W (George H Wilson & Sons), bds 221 W 

Berry. 
Wilson G & Bro (George and Gaius), saw mnfrs s e cor Cal- 
houn and Lewis. 
Wilson Miss Jennie, bds 275 Hanna. 
Wilson John (John Wilson & Co), res 117 Hanna. 
'Wil§On JollU & Co (John Wilson, Rudolphus B Ross- 

ington, Edward Gilmartin), Dealers in Coal, Wood, Coke 

and Charcoal cor Clinton and Railroad. 
Wilson Judson C, harnessmaker Frank Rudolph, res cor 

Allen and Calhoun. 
Wilson Nathan A (George H Wilson & Sons), res Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 
Wilson Robert, molder. 
Wilson Talbott M, pressboy The Boys' World, bds s e oor 

Hoagland ave and Pontiac. 
Wilson Thomas W (Hayes & Wilson), res s e cor Hoagland 

ave and Pontiac. 
Wilt Frank P, miller, bds 306 Calhoun. 
Wilt John M, bds 306 Calhoun. 
Winbaugh Asbury H, molder Kerr Murray Knfg Co, bds 1 

Jennison. 
Winbaugh George W, bookbinder Davis & Bro, bds 1 

Jennison. 
Winch Calvin J (C J Winch & Son), res 300 Maumee road. 
Winch Homer D (C J Winch & Son), bds 300 Maumee road. 
Winch C J & Son (Calvin J and Homer D), tile mnfrs 310 

Maumee road. 
Winch Sherman P, with C J Winch & Son, bds 300 Maumee 

road. 
Winch Willard E, with C J Winch & Son, bds 300 Maumee 

road. 
Windisch Frank, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Tremont 

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Wiiieke August F, cigarmaker L Dessauer & Co, bds 283 
W Main. 

Wineke Wm F, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 283 W Main. 

Winel John H, clerk J J Winel, bds 301 W Jefferson. 

Winel John J, Produce and Commission 42| E Colum- 
bia, res 301 W Jefferson. 

Wing John F (J F Wing & Co), res 114 E Berry. 

Wing J F & Co (J Frank Wing, M S Mahurin), architects 
27 Calhoun. 

Wing Michael F, pedler, res n e cor Pontiac and Warsaw. 

Wingar Wm H, engineer, res 117 E Wayne. 

Wingate John, watchman P, F W & C Ry, res 48 Oliver. 

Wingenrolh Edward D, city editor Ft Wayne Journal, bds 86 
Brackenridge. 

Winget Fremont, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 114 Creigh- 
ton ave. 

Winget Wm, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 114 W Creighton. 

Winkelmeier Henry, res 23 Wall. 

Winkelmeyer Henry W, molder C L Olds & Co, res 204 S 
Ewing. 

Winkelmeyer Herman, hackdriver Powers & Barnett, res 84 
W Jefferson. 

Winkelmeyer Wm F, molder C L Olds & Co, res 84 W Jef- 
ferson. 

Winkler Charles, laborer, res 208 Madison. 

Winslow Catherine, domestic 184 W Jefferson. 

Winslow Charles (col'd), barber D Ridley, res 52 Barr. 

Winslow Elwood (col'd), barber D Ridley, res 52 Barr 

Winslow Isaac, clerk, res 41 W Lewis. 

Winter Bernhard, laborer, res 36 St Martin's. 

Winter Frederick, clerk C J Jourdain, bds 144 Maumee road. 

Winter Leo, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 35 St Martin's. 

Winters Julia, domestic 151 Ewing. 

Wirges Peter, laborer Bass F & M Works, i-es 69 Buchanan. 

Wergle Jehl, baker C Haffner, bds 37 W Berry. 

Wirsche Peter, watchman P, F W & C Ry, res 174 Jackson. 

Wise, see also Weis. 

Wise Miss Carrie, dressmaker, bds 1 Railroad. 

Wise Charles P, cashier Huestis & Hamilton, res 219 W 
Wayne. 

Wise Frank E, bookkeeper J B Tinkham, bds 228 W Berry. 

Wise Isaac B (W^m Wise & Bro), tankbuilder P, F W & C 
Ry, res 13 Smith. 

Wise Patrick J, clerk, res 228 W Berry. 

Wise Piatt J, dep sheriff' Court House, res 228 W Berry. 

Wise Wm (Wm Wise & Bro), bds 13 Smith. 

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Wise Wm & Bro (Wm and Isaac B), horseshoers 363 Cal- 
houn. 
Wishart Robert, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 166 W DeWald. 
Wisehaupt Edward, machinist, rooms 181 Lafayette. 
Wisong Henry, conductor P, F W «fe C Ry. 
Wist Solomon, molder, res 193 Calhoun. 
Withers Martha (wid Warren), res 287 W Wayne. 
Withey George J, operator G R & I R R, bds Mayer House. 
Witrock Fredricka, domestic 206 W Wayne. 
Witte Miss Caroline S, bds s w cor Lafayette and Hamilton. 
Wittel Christian, tailor J G Thieme & Bro, res 77 Maumee 

road. 
Witte Christian, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 27 Charles. 
Witte Christian, carpenter Wm Link, bds 203 E Washingion. 
Witte Christina (wid Henry), res 56 Maumee road. 
Witte Clara (wid Louis), res 203 E Washington. 
Witte Elizabeth, domestic 102 E Washington. 
Witte Frank, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 49 Locust. 
Witte Frederick, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, res 19 West. 
Witte Frederick, teamster Olds' Wagon Works, res n s 

Wierke 2 e of Lafayette. 
Witte Frederick, spoke inspector Boseker, White & Co, bds 

203 E Washington. 
Witte Henry, carpenter, bds 35 Stophlet. 
Witte Henry, laborer Hoffman Bros, bds 61 Wall. 
Witte Henry, molder Bass F & M Works, res 55 Maumee 

road. 
Witte Henry C W, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 5 Summit. 
Witte Louis, molder Bass F & M Works, res 130 John. 
Wizigereuter Max, painter City Carriage Works, bds Union 

House. 
Wixigerreuter Charles, teamster M Himbert, bds 14 Lavina. 
Wobreide Christian, carpenter, bds Christian Jautz. 
Woebbeking Conrad, carpenter, i-es 195 Broadway. 
Woebbeking Wm, res 195 Broadway. 
Woebke Henry, res 92 Barr. 
Woebke Henry, bell boy The Robinson. 
Woebking Christian, janitor, bds 30 Lavina. 
Woebler Lena, domestic 76 W Berry. 

Woehnker Christian, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 21 Oak. 
Woehnker Christopher, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 209 E 

Washington. 
Woehnker Frank H (F H Woehnker & Bro), res 103 Maumee 

road. 
Woehnker Frederick H, truckman H C Paul, res 209 E 

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Woehnker Frederick H (F H Woebnker & Bro), bds 422 E 
Washington. 

Woenhker F H & Bro (Frank H and Frederick H),grocers 105 
Maumee road. 

Woehnker Harmon, molder, res 224 E Wayne. 

Woehnker John B, clerk, bds 209 E Washington. 

Woebnker Thomas, molder Bass F & M Works, res 224 E 
Wayne. 

Woehnker Wm, clerk, bds 209 E Washington. 

Woelioh Emil, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 16 University. 

Wohlfromra Frank, spokefitter N G Olds & Sons, bds 309 S 
Broadway. 

Wohlfort Martha E (wid Rosemund W), res 389 Calhoun. 

Wohlfort Martha E, teacher Hanna School, bds 389 Calhoun. 

Wolf, see also Woulfe. 

Wolf Abraham, res'73 W Main. 

Wolf August, laborer, bds 82 Maumee road. 

Wolf August jr, laborer, bds 82 Maumee road. 

Wolf Catherine, domestic 126 W Jefferson. 

Wolf Charles, brakeraan, bds Racine House. 

Wolf Daniel H, foreman Charles Boseker, res Dwenger ave. 

Wolf Dorothy (wid Christian), bds 36 Nirdlinger ave. 

Wolf Edward, tireman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 180 Greeley. 

Wolf Frank F, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Treraout 
House. 

Wolf Herman, Engraver on Wood and Metal, Mono- 
grams on Jewelry a Specialty 23 E Main, res same. 

Wolf John H, brakeman P, F VV & C Ry, res 270 Calhoun. 

Wolf Joseph, laborer, res 14 Chicauo. 

Wolf Julius, tailor J G Thieme & Bro, bds 35 Smith. 

Wolf Leopold, meat market 189 Broadway, res 211 W Jef- 
ferson. 

Wolf Lizzie, domestic S Y Cottingham. 

Wolf Louis (Louis Wolf & Co), res 204 W "Berry. 

Wolf Louis & Co (Louis Wolf, Isidor Seelberg), Dry 
Goods, Carpets and Notions 54 Calhoun opp Court House. 

Wolf Max, clerk P Morganthaler & Co, bds 73 W Main. 

Wolf Paul E, Mnfr Upholstered Furniture, Mattresses, 
Bedding, Awnings and Tents 33 and 35 Clinton, res 23 
Madison. (See aclv, p 59.) 

Wolf Samuel, clerk J B White, bds 73 W Main. 

Wolf Victor, clerk Louis Wolf & Co, bds 204 W Berry. 

Wolf Wm, laborer, bds Wm Golden old Piqua road. 

Wolfe D F, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res 37 Baker. 

Wolfe Edmund F, carpenter, res 316 Broadway. 

Wolfe Michael, res 281 E Washington. 

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Wolff Bertha, domestic Concordia College. 
Wolff Mrs Mary E, res 14 E Columbia. 
Wolford Miss Anna M, bds 408 Hanna. 

Wolford James C, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Pennsyl- 
vania House. 
Wolfor d WmA, machinist, res 408 Hanna. 
Wolfram John, bartender C Newcomer, bds Adam Bopp. 
Wolfrnm Leopold, butcher Leopold Wolf, res 198 Broadway. 
Wolke Frank H, rooms 107 W Washington. 
Wolke Frederick A, carpenter, res 200 Broadway. 
Wolker Wm, carpenter, bds 79 Pearl. 
Wollert Rudolph, laborer, res 54 Maumee road. 
Wonker Frank, apprentice B H Schnieder, bds 46 Wall. 
Wood Cyrus, engineer, bds 26 W Superior. 
Wood Edward B, traveling agent Coombs & Co, bds 70 Wilt. 
Wood Elmer E, machinist, bds 27 Baker. 
Wood Frank C, clerk Coombs & Co, res 70 Wilt. 
Wood Hester A (wid George W), res 50 W Superior. 
Wood Isaac A, machinist, res 84 Chicago. 
Wood John, mach W, St L & P Ry, bds 59 Wilt. 
Wood Joseph, supt motive power P, F W & C Ry, res 109 

W Bei-ry. 
Wood Joseph, fireman, bds 59 Wilt. 
Wood Miss Laura, bds 59 Wilt. 
Wood Letitia (wid Alfred), res 26 W Superior. 
Wood Walter C, trav agt Coombs & Co, res Bloomington, 111. 
Woodruff Eleanor (wid Samuel), bds John Reeder. 
Woodward Caroline (wid Wm), res 50 W Superior. 
Woodward Edwin S, timekeeper, bds 134 E Main. 
Woodward Harry D, checker P, F W & C Ry, bds 134 E 

Main. 
Woodward Mrs Jennie S, teacher Clay School, bds 134 E 

Main. 
Woodward Marcus E, elk Owen, Pixley & Co, res 134 E 

Main. 
Woodworth Alonzo, blacksmith P, F W & C Ry, res 38 Lillie. 
Woodworth Benjamin S, physician 12 E Berry, res 234 W 

Berry. 
Woodworth Charles B (C B Woodworth & Co), res 254 W 

Main. 
IVoodwortli C B & Co (Charles B Woodworth, Henry 

J Seibold), Druggists 1 Aveline House Block. 
Woodworth C B & Co (Charles B Woodworth), dental depot 

12 E Berry. 
Woodworth Dorris A, Assistant Post Master, res 260 

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Woodworth James C, asst cash Fort Wayne National Bank, 
res 224 W Wayne. 

Woodworth John, bds 38 Lillie. 

Woodworth Mary (wid James), res 26 Melita. 

Wooff Joseph F, mach P, F W & C Ry, res U Chicago. 

Woolf Frank, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 31 W Co- 
lumbia. 

Woolford Wm A, mach P, F W & C Ry, res 408 Hanna. 

Woolsey Isaac B, mach hand N G Olds & Sons, res 161 Web- 
ster. 

Wooster Wm S, lab N G Olds & Sons, res s of limits w of 
Calhoun. 

Worden Charles H, lawyer 34 E Berry, res 97 E Jefferson. 

Worden Harry L, student J W Wordeu, bds 97 E Jefferson. 

Worden James L, judge, res 97 E Jefferson. 

Worden James W, physician 97 E Jefferson, bds same. 

Worden John W^, Mnfr of and Dealer in Pumps 19 
Harrison, res 18 same. (See adv,}3 99.) 

Work Robert, farmer, res 340 W Jefferson. 

Workman Henry, upholsterer Peters' B <fe L Co, bds 32 E 
Wayne. 

Workman Philip, truckman P, F W & C Ry. 

Workmeier Yetta, domestic 87 W Main. 

Worley John,conductor N Y,C & St L Ry, bds Tremont House. 

Worley Richard H, carpenter, res 411 Calhoun. 

Worman Jacob, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 143 Force. 

Worman Samuel O, foreman, bds 143 Force. 

Wort John M, foreman Fort Wayne Gas Light Co, res 122 E 
Main. 

Wortemeyer Elizabeth, dometic H C Hartman. 

Worth John, cooper, bds Oliver House. 

Wortlling^ton Wm W, General Superintendent F W, 
C & L R R, res 208 W Berry. 

Worts Henry, conductor, res e s Euclid ave 3 s of Mercer. 

Woulfe, see also Wolf. 

Woulfe Frank J, clerk W, St L <fc P Ry, bds 36 Melita. 

Woulfe James (J Woulfe & Bio), res 28 Baker. 

Woulfe J & Bro (James and Michael), grocers 266 Calhoun. 

Woulfe Michael (J Woulfe & Bro), res 36 Melita. 

Woulfe Patrick, saloon 268 Calhoun, res same. 

Wourth Wm G, blacksmith, res 1 Oak. 

Woy George, plasterer, res 108 Fairfield ave. 

Wren Joseph, farmer, res 49 Baker. 

Wright Alonzo L, baggeman G R & I R R, res 77 Butler. 

Wright Delbert, finisher N G Olds & Son8,bds s s Indiana ave 
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Wright Frances (wid Wm), res 70 Williams. 

Wright Frank, machinist Louis Rastetter, bds 37 Taylor. 

Wright Frank F, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 1-3 Mt-Clellan. 

Wright John H, fireman, res s w cor Warsaw and Laselle. 

Wright Luther, watchman, res 41 Lavina. 

Wright Mary (wid Edward), res 232 Lafayette. 

Wright Miss Martha E, seamstress, bds 35 Taylor. 

Wright Milton C, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 243 Webster. 

Wright Wra, baggageman, rooms 177 Calhoun. 

Wright Wra, machine hand Ft Wayne Organ Co, res S 

Wayne ave opp organ factory. 
Wright Wm, carpenter, res 35 Taylor. 
Wunderlin Magdalene (wid Peter), res e s Wells 3 n of canal 

basin. 
Wunderlin Peter, laborer P, F W & C Ry, bds Magdalene 

Wunderlin. 
Wursten Samu'el, whitewasher, res 64 Barthold. 
Wyatt Henry M, clerk J P Ross, res 90 E Main. 
Wyatt Ida, domestic 90 E Berry. 

Wybonrn Miss Matlie, bds 17 W Lewis. ' 

WyckofiF Oren C (Griebel, WyckofP & Becker), res 153 W 

Main. 
Wyeth Newton, lawyer 62-^ Calhoun, bds 9 E Wayne. 
Wyman Anna (wid Butler), bds 160 E Washington. 
AVyneken Ferdinand, clerk Charles Reese, res 123 Madison. 
Wyneken Herman C D, clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds 123 

Madison. 



Yacmett Thomas, molder, bds 227 Madison. 

Yager, see also Jaeger and Jager. 

Yager Charles, laborer, res n s Samuel 6 e of Thomas. 

Yager George, hostler, bds 43 E Main. 

Yager Jacob, laborer, res rear 27 Brandriff. 

Yager Louisa (wid Christian), res n s Samuel 6 e of Thomas. 

Yarnelle Edward F (Alderman & Yarnelle), res 312 E 

Jefferson. 
Yates John, brakeman, res 117 Butler. 
Yates Wm, engineer W, St L & P Ry, res 322 Broadway. 
Yautz Conrad, carpenter, res 23 Wilt. 

Yeagcr August, laborer, res n w cor Aboit and Franklin ave. 
Yeager Christine, domestic 198 W Wayne. 
Yeager George O, clerk J M Moderwell, bds 27 E Main. 
Yedle Mary, domestic 57 N Cass. 
Yehney John, laborer, bds s w cor Lafayette and Hamilton. 

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Yeiser Elan, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Fleming House. 
Yenney Mary (wid Gottleib), res 191 E Lewis. 
Yeney Robert, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 191 E Lewis. 
Yergens August H, foreman Wilding & Sou, rooms 191 

Calhoun. 
Yergens Wm (Ranke, Yergens & Co), res 87 W Washington. 
Yergens Win Jr, Painter and Decorator and Dealer in 

Wall Paper, etc 136 Broadway, res 70 W Washington. 

(See adv, p 4i) 
Yerick Edward H, engineer, bds 47 N Calhoun. . 

Yobst, see also Johst. 

Yobst Alexander, laborer, res s s 4th 3 w of Wells. 
Y^obst Aman, meat market 327 Lafayette, res same. 
Yobst Bruno, cooper 85 N Cass, res same. 
Yobst Henry, laborer, bds Alexander Yobst. 
Yobst John, butcher Aman Yobst, bds 327 Lafayette. 
Yobst Joseph, butcher Aman Yobst, bds 327 Lafayette. 
Yobst Louis, butcher H E Linker, bds 46 W Berry. 
Yocuni Rev Wilbur F, D D, Pres Fort Wayne 

College, res same. 
Yohey Joseph M, paper dealer 30 and 32 E Main, res 19 

Miner s w. 
Yohn Wm, molder Bass F & M Works, res 140 Force. 
Yokel Matthias, mason, res 120 De Wald. 
Yoquelet Hubert, laborer, res 53 Maumee road. 
York Sarah (wid Cyrus), bds 21 Melita. 
Yost Charles, fireman, res 70 Chicago. 
Young Ann (wid John), bds 122 Williams. 
Young Carl, laborer, res 286 Broadway. 

Young Charles A, carpenter Pressler & Wagner, res 80 Oakley, 
Young Edgar S, clerk N Y, C & St L Ry, bds e s Walton ave 

Tn of P, F W & C Ry. 
Young Elizabeth (wid John), domestic 6 Kansas. 
Young Frank A, molder Bass F & M Works, bds n w cor 

George and Griffith. 
Young Frederick W, law student, bds 171 W Washington. 
Y'"oung Harry L, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry. 
Young James, laborer, bds J A Brown. 
Young John, saloon 15 Grand, res 3 Brandriff. 
Young John B, tobacco and cigars 192 Griffith, res same. 
Young John T, engineer F W,'^C & L R R, res e s Wells 4 n 

of Canal. 
Young Lewis, truckman P, F W C Ry, res 43 Wall. 
Young Louis, laborer, res 58 3d. 
Young Nathaniel B (N B Y^ouns; & Co), res 220 W 

Washington. 

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Young N B & Co (Nathaniel B Young), merchant tailors 2V 

E Main. 
Young Susan, domestic 69 W Wayne. 
Young Wm, blacksmith W, St L & P Ry, res 122 Butler. 
Young Wm C, marble worker, res 171 W Washington. 
Young Wm G, finisher, res 124 Harrison. 
Younge John W, physician and surgeon 328 Calhoun, res 

182 E Jefferson. 
Younge Mrs John W (Smith & Co), res s w cor Calhoun and 

Pontiac. 
Younst Albert W, laborer Olds' Wagon Works. 



Zagel Henry, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 31 Lavina. 

Zahn Miss Anne, milliner, bds 27 Erie. 

Zahn Catherine (wid Andrews), res 27 Erie. 

Zahn Lizzie, milliner Mrs G J Stier, bds 27 Erie. 

Zahn Mathies, helper, res 241 E Jefferson. 

Zahn Sophia, domestic 97 W Berry. 

Zander Traugott C L, cutter N B Young, res 223 E Jefferson. 

Z.aspel August, laboi-er, res s e cor Thomas and Maud. 

Zauner Miss Emma, clerk H H GUpmeyer, bds 35 Force. 

Zauner Henry M, machinist Bass F & M Works, bds 35 Force. 

Zauner Mathias, engineer Bass F & M Works, res 35 Force. 

Zeek John, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds Darrow House. 

Zekgaf Ludwig, laborer, res 60 Huffman. 

Zekind Joseph, coachman, bds 51 W Berry. 

Zeller Killean, brewer C L Centlivre, res s e cor Andrews 

and Archer ave. 
Zellers Wm, wheel rimmer N G Olds & Sons, res 56 Charles. 
Zeperling Christian, laborer, res 138 John. 
Zern John, carpenter, bds 342 Hanna. 
Zern Miss Martha C, bds 342 Hanna. 
Zern Xavier, grocer and saloon 342 Hanna, res same. 
Zeroll John, laborer, res n s Howell 2 e of Runnion ave. 
Ziegler Adam, wagonraaker J A Spereisen, res 113 Wilt. 
Ziegler Charles W, clerk, bds 113 Wilt. 
Ziegler Frederick, laborer P, F W & C Ry, bds 113 Wilt. 
Ziemendorff Frederick, cement walks, res n s Wagner 1 e of 

Spy Run ave. 
Zimmer John G, carpet layer Louis Wolf & Co, res Fox s of 

Creighton ave. 
Zimmerly Frederick J, machinist, bds 78 Dawson. 
Zimmerly J Wm, painter P, F W & C Ry, res 78 Dawson. 

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Zimmerly Wm, printer, bds 78 Dawson. 

Zimmerman Anton, shoemaker 40 Pritchard, res same. 

Zimmerman Caroline, domestic Riverside. 

Zimmerman Charles, boilermaker, bds 320 Calhoun. 

Zimmerman David, carpenter, res s s 5th 3 w of Wells. 

Zimmerman Eberhart, shoemaker G A Hermsdorfei-, res 289 

W Jefferson. 
Zimmerman Frank E, clerk Louis Wolf & Co, res 75 Webster. 
Zimmerman Harry, engineer, rooms 148 E Lewis. 
Zimmerman John, druggist 289 W Jefferson, res same. 
Zimmerman John, laborer, res w s Tons n of R R track. 
Zimmerman J F Oscar, clerk W Jacobs & Son, bds 75 Web- 
ster. 
Zimmerman Magdalena, domestic 62 Madison. 
Zimmerman Perry, trav agt A C Trentman, res Van Wert, O. 
Zimmermann Anthony, grocer 57 E Main, res same. 
Zimmermann Martin S, mortiser N G Olds & Sons, res 76 

Taylor. 
Zimmermann Stephen, shoemaker 141 Wells, res same. 
Zinc Peter, laborer, bds rear 27 Brandriff. 
Zink Miss Emma, bds 73 E Berry. 
Zink John W, painter, res s s Samuel 3 E of Thomas. 
Zirkle Thomas J, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds 248 Calhoun. 
Zitzman Miss Annie, dressmaker, bds 41 Nirdlinger ave. 
Zitzman John G, engineer J B Manning & Co, res 86 High. 
Zitzman Margaret (wid Peter), res 41 Nirdlinger ave. 
Zoeller Roman (Zoeller & Merz), res 370 Calhoun. 
Zoeller «& Marz (Roman Zoeller, Louis Marz), Grocery 

and Saloon 372 Calhoun. 
ZoUars Hon Allen, Judge Supreme Court, res 17 Brackenridge. 
Zollars Valentine, yardman Moderwell & Clayton, res rear 50 

W Superior. 
Zoller Faltin, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 17 Brandriff. 
Zoller Miss Katie, bds 17 Brandriff. 
Zoller Lizzie, domestic Clifton House. 
Zoller Valentine, coachman 261 W Berry. 
Zollinger Charles, helper W, St L & P Ry, bds 72 Hoagland. 
Zolliug-er Charles A, Mayor City Hall, res 82 E 

Washington. 
Zollinger Louis C, blacksmith 13 and 15 E Superior, res same. 
Zollinger Morris, chief engineer Ft W Water Works, res e e 

cor Barr and 7th. 
Zuber Annie, domestic Charles R Dryer. 
Zuber Elizabeth, domestic 112 E Main. 
Zuber Frederick, teamster, res 1 9 Monroe. 
Zuber Nicholas, plasterer, res 324 E Wayne. 



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Zucker Frederick, director Concordia College, res 60 Oak. 
Zurbuch Anthony, laborer, bds Xavier Zurbuch. 
Zurbuch Frank, laborer, bds Xavier Zurbuch. 
Zurbuch John, laborer, bds Xavier Zurbnch. 
Zurbuch Josejjh, blacksmith L Schwartz, bds Xavier Zerbuch. 
Zurbuch Xavier, laborer, res s w cor Pontiao and Webster. 
ZurMuehlen Henry, clerk H N Ward, res 68 W Washington. 
Zwahlen Frank, laborer Diether & Campbell, res 254 E Lewis. 

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ABSTRACTS OP TITLE. 
Jones G W, 1 Seidel Block. 
Kuline & Co, 19 Court. 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 
Alderman Frank, 10 W Columbia. 

EdgertOn J K, 57 to 65 W Main. {See adv, p ^.9.) 
Fort Wayne Steel Ploir Works, s w cor Main 

and Maiden Lane. (See udu, p 4.9.) r 
Gause Agricultural Works, P, F VV & C Ry nr Broadway. 
Horton Manufacturing Co The, n w cor W Main and O.sage. 

Hoiiser & W^ickershaiii, u W Columbia. 

JMorg^an & Beach, 19 and 21 E Columbia. 
PaillllS F D, 58 E Columbia. 
Pfeiffer & Schlatter, 47 E Columbia. 
Shordon Daniel, 63 E Columbia. 

*ALABASTINE. 
Alabastine Co, Grand Rapids, Mich. {See adv, opp 
p 252.) 

AMUSEMENT-PLACES OF. 
Academy of ]Mu§ic, w s Berry bet Barr and Clintom 
Julius Cahn manager. 



Geo. De Wald & Co.™'"'™'""™"'' 



Dry Goods House in the City. 



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ALE AND BEER BOTTLERS. 

See Bottlers. 



*APIABIST. 

Barrett F C, 135 Wells. 



ARCHITECTS. 



BREITWOOD S. TOLAH, 

(Successor T. J. TOLAN & SON), 

Si^dl^itedt kqd ^ti|)efir|tei|dei\t 

PUBLIO BUILDINGS A SPECIALTY. 
PORT WAYNE, - - - INDIANA. 

Trenam George, 160 W Main. 

Tolan B S, s w cor Calhoun and Main. {See adv, above.) 

Wing J F & Co, 27 Calhoun. 

*ARCHITECTUBAL IRON WORKS. 
Olds C L & Co, on N Y, C & St L Ry, bet Calhoun and 

Harrison. {See adv,p 3.) 

ARTISTS. 

Clemens Emma R, 185 W Jefferson. 

ARTISTS' MATERIALS. 
Hull Ij O, 90 Calhoun. {See top lines.) 
Starkey O L & Co, 10 Calhoun. 
ITerg^eilS "WllI jr, 136 Broadway. {See adv, p JfJf.) 



See Potash Mnfrs. 

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. 

See Lawyers. 

AUCTIONEER. 

Stapleford L E, s e cor Lafayette and Columbia. 

AUXILIARY PUBLISHERS. 

The Newspaper Uniou, 57 E Columbia. 

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*AWNINGS AND TENTS. 
Wolf P E, 33 and 35 Clinton. (See adv,p59.) 

BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS. 

(See also Confectioners.) 
Blase Louis, 29 W Columbia. 
Bond Bakery, 96 Calhoun. 

Braun George, 135 Fairfield ave. 

Burger Louis, 199 Lafayette. 

Geller W F, 106 Broadway. 

Glaser Edward, 195 Hanna. 

Gumpper C C, 238 Calhoun. 

Hoffner Christian, 37 W Berry. 

Jacobs C W, 69 E Main. 

Langohr A J, 142 Broadway. 

Niebergall Henry, 201 E Washington. 

Getting Wm, 362 Calhoun. 

Schwieters Herman, 41 E Columbia. 

Seidel Edward & Son, 52 J Calhoun. (See top lines.) 

Waltemath C H, 325 Lafayette. 

BAKING POWDER MNPRS. 
Honning J B & Co, 73 and 75 E Columbia. 

BAND SAW MILLS. 
HoflTinau J R <& Co, 200 W Main. (See adv p 217.) 
Peters' Box & lininber Co, 79 to 101 High. 

(See adv,p 163.) 
Peters J C, n w cor Main and Osage. (See ado, p 218.) 

;BANKS and BANKERS. 
First National, cor Main and Court. 
Fort Wayne National, s w cor Main and Clinton. 

flaniilton National Bank The, 44 Calhoun 

Lanferty Isaae, 3 Aveline House Block. 

Nuttnian & Co, 32 E Main. 

*BANK and OFFICE RAILINGS. 

Barnuin, The E T Wire and Iron Works, 

Detroit, Mich. 
Hassler A L (wire), 88 Broadway. (See adv, p 57.) 



Bass Alfred, 44 W Main. 
BeninghofF D R, 189 Lafayette. 



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Benoit Ellert, Aveline House. 
Blake B B, 44 E Columbia. 
Ehrman & Gellen, 12 W Main. 
Fink A E, 24 Barr. 
Futter Charles, 81 Calhoun. 
Gloeckle John, 130 Calhoun. 
Giienther Henry, 318 E Washington. 
Henker C F jr, 333 Lafayette. 
Herbst OP, 318 Lafayette. 
Houppert & Jahr, Robinson House. 
Hubbard Sidney, 17 W Columbia. 
Kabisch John, 137 Fairfield ave. 
KielhaberF J, 183 Broadway. 
Kinsey J J, 272 Calhoun. 
Lauer John, 154 Barr. 
Munch John, 28 Wells. 
Ostmann Charles, 178 Calhoun. 
Pegs L B, 138 Broadway. 
Peters Simon, 125 Calhoun. 
Rhodes George, 243 Calhoun. 
Ridley Daniel, 52 Barr. 
Ridley John, 32 E Columbia. 
Shidel & Heldt, 87 Calhoun. 
Stevenson W L, 24 Barr. 
Stevenson & Brown, 214 Calhoun. 
Walter Jacob, 91 Calhoun. 

*BAR GOODS. 
Kaag & Bro, 5 E Columbia. {See bottom lines.] 

BARBERS' SUPPLIES. 
Thieme T F, 94 Calhoun. 

BASKET MNPRS. 

Bastues Michael, 220 Hugh. 
Poetsch Frederick, 32 Pritchard. 

BATHS-MEDICATED. 

Virgil Dr T S, 70 Harrison. 

*BELTING- AND PACKING. 
Morgan & Beach, 19 and 21 E Columbia. 

BICYCLES. 

Edgerton C W, 57 W Main. 



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FORT WAYNE DIEECTOKY. 435 

BILL POSTERS. 

Scott J A, 45 E Columbia. {See adv, p 97.) 

BILLIARD HALLS. 
Boltz & Beebe, 83 Calhoun. 
Draker & Co, 19 W Columbia. 
Entemann Christian, 13 E Main. 
HcCain John H, rear 20 W Berry. 
Schiemer Frank & Co, 264 Calhoun. 

*BIRCH BEER MNFRS. 
Branies Ij & Co, 29 and 31 Barr. {See adv, p 7.) 

*BIRD CAGES. 
Nolton T jr & Co, 22 Calhoun. 

BIRD DEALERS. 
Tresselt Hermann, is Clinton. (.See adv, p 97.) 

BLACK WALNUT LUMBER. 
{See also Lumber Dealers.) 
Hoffman Bros, 200 W Main. {See adv, p 217.) 
Peters' Box & Lumber Co The, 79 to 101 High. 

{See adv, p 16S.) 
Peters J C, n w cor of Main and Osage. {See adv, p 218.) 

BLACKSMITHS. 

{See also Carriage and Wagon makers, also Horseshoers.) 
Becker Fred & Bro, 13 E Washington. {See adv,p 95.) 
Brossard & Hahn, 146 W Main. 
Cosgrave & Tate, 5 Lafayette. 
Farnan Owen, 305 Lafayette. 

FreistrolTer Henry, 4l W Main. {See adv,p 86.) 
Freistroffer Samuel, 116 W Main. 
Harter & Son, 170 W Main. 
Lauer Martin, 46 W Main. 
Logan W L, rear 178 Calhoun. 
Meyer F H, 10 N Calhoun. 
Roesener H T, s w cor Taylor and Broadway. 
Schwartz Louis, 84 Barr. 
Spereisen J A, 165 Fairfield ave. 
Veith Frank, n e cor Barr and Superior. 
Zollinger L C, 13 E Superior. 

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Alderman «& Yarnelle, 54 and 56 E Columbia. 

Coombs & Co, s e cor Main and Clinton. 

BLEACHEB AND PBESSER. 

Sheldon C H, 57 Clinton. 

BLUEING MNFRS. 

Hull Wesley, 68 E Columbia. 

BOABDING HOUSES. 

Beegan Mrs Eliza, 6 Kansas. 

Caldwell James, 12.3 E Main. 

Cotbrell Mrs A, 77 E Berry. 

Curran "W H, 91 E Washington. 

Emery Emma, 262 Calhoun. 

Fitzpatrick Mary, 42 W Main. 

Franz Mary, 320 Calhoun. 

Leifel J J, 231 Earn 

Lounsberry Mrs Mary, 106 Barr. 

McCrimmon AG, 126 Harrison. 

McDonald Mrs Mary, 332 Lafayette. 

Monroe Elizabeth, 12 Chicago. 

mounts E P, 257 Calhoun. 

Patterson R B, 30 Baker. 

Sallier House, Mrs A E Perrine Propr s \v cor Walton 

ave and Railroad. 
Schifferly Conrad, 225 Calhoun. 
Spillman Jessie, 43 E Main. 
Sullivan Eugene O, s w cor Thomas and Grant. 
Walker Mrs M C, s w cor Maiden Lane and Pearl. 

BOILER MNFRS. 

Bass Foundry & Machine Works, Hanna s of railroad 

crossing. 
Kerr Murray Manufacturing Co, n e cor Calhoun and Murray. 
Olds C li & Co, on N Y, C & St L Ry, bet Harrison and 

Calhoun. {See adv, p S.) 

BOOK BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK MNFRS. 
Davis & Bro, 28 and 30 E Main. 
Fort Wayne Gazette, 30 W Berry. {See adv, opp p 

167.) 
Fort Wayne Sentinel, 107 Calhoun. {Seeadv,p7S.) 
Geiger C J, 125 E Jefferson. 

Sell all kinds of LOOKING-GLASSES, 
at No. 5 East Columbia Street. 



KAAG&». 



Ln Ulll I Recognizes no competition in Artistic Wall and 
I Ui nULL Oeiling DEOOEATION. J^^ 90 Oalhoun Street. 

FOET WAYNE DIKECTOKY. 437 

BOOKS AND STATIONERY. 

Jocquel J J, 168 Calhoun. 

Katt A € & Co, 12 W Berry. 

Keel A C, 139 Broadway. 

Keil & Bro, 3 Keystone Block. 

Schneider Wm, 146 Calhoun. 

Siemon & Bro, 50 Calhoun. [See back cover.) 

Stockbridge N P, 15 E Columbia. 

BOOTS AND SHOES. 
Wholesale. 
Carnahan, Hanna & Co, 76 to 80 Clinton. 

Retail. 
App Hatthias, loe Calhoun. 
Bauer Henry, 32 1 Lafayette. 
Braeiier Conrad, 32 W Main. {See adv,p 91.) 

Busking Henry, 90 Harmer. 

Fleming: W H, 52 Calhoun. {See front cover.) 

Fortriede Lonis, 21 Calhoun. {See back cover.) 

Hermsdorfer G A, 4 E Columbia. 

Jacobs W & Son, 17 Calhoun. 

Klug Cregor, 204 Hanna. 

Noll M & Son, 22 Clinton. 

IVonnamaker & Hchleyer, 5 Keystone Block. {See 

adv, top end.) 
Pipenbrink C D, 36 E Columbia. 
Schiefer C & Son, 8 E Columbia. 
Spieg^el Gnstave, 132 Broadway. 
Tagtmeyer Wm, 17 Grand. 
Vordermark & Sons, 32 Calhoun. 

BOOT AND SHOEMAKERS. 
Albrecht John, i:i3 Broadway. 
Bauer Henry, 321 Lafayette. 

Baumann John, 374 Calhoun. 

Begley Hugh, 58 Wells. 

Brinkroeger Frederick, 43 W Main. 

Eggeman Peter, 118 Calhoun. 

Etzold J H, 110 Webster. 

Forrest James, 884^ Barr. 

Forshey Frederick, 52 Chicago. 

Fortriede Louis, 21 Calhoun. {See back cover) 

Geye Henry, 424 E Wayne. 

Heilbronner S A, 27 Pearl. 

Table and Carving Knives, !iJ!™l": 



Edward Seidel & Son. SLKiPaWI. 



B. L. POLK & CO.'S 



Helrake F W E, 216 Calhoun. 
Henry Jacob, 271 Calhoun. 
Henze Wm, 110 Wells. 
Huser L P, 178^ Broadway. 
Kocks H B, 61 Wells. 
Leeser Charles, 191 Broadway. 
McNulty Wm, 121 Fairfield ave. 
Mannix Thomas, 231 Calhoun. 
Nestel A G, 113 E Lewis. 
Mix Valentine, 80 E Jefferson. 
Pisano Martin, 98 Harrison. 
Reinhai-dt Matthias, 256 E Washington. 
Schnieders B H, 181 Calhoun. 
Stellhorn Charles, 146 Calhoup. 
Umstead H D, 287 Calhoun. 
Walter J A, 19 W Berry. 
Warren P S, 44 Centre. 
Wieneke Frederick, 283 W Main. 
Zimmerman Anton, 40 Pritehard. 
Zimmermann Stephen, 141 Wells. 

BOO!r AND SHOE UPPER MNFES. 
Boerger G W, 39 E Main. {See adv, p 89.) 

BOTTLERS. 

Ale and Beer. 
Berghoff Bros, e end of E Washington. 
Centlivre C Ij, n end Spy Run ave. (See adv,p 6.) 
Glutting & Christian, 34 E Columbia. 
Hake F & Co, s w cor Harrison and Superior. 
Hey A A, 232 W Main. 
Riedmiller J M, s e cor Eagle and Taylor. 

Mineral Waters. 
Brames Li & CO, 29 and 31 Barr. {See adv, p 7.) 
Studer H L, n e cor Jackson and Noll. 

BOX MNPRS. 

Packitig. 
Link Andrew, 90 and 92 E Columbia. 

Peters' Box & Iiumber Co, 79 to 102 High. 

{See adv, p 16S.) 

Paper and Cigar. 
Davis & Bro, 28 and 30 E Main. 



I-^ Troy Steam Laundry, 



60PEAELSTBEET, 

l8 superior to that 
of other Lanndries. 



FANCY SUITINGS inUKI DADIIC 16 W. Berry Street. 
—A Specialty,— JUllN MADUO -FORT WAYNE- 

FORT WAYNE DIRKCTOKY. 4.S9 

*BBASS GOODS. 
Bowen G R, no Calhoun. {See adv, opp p 103.) 

BKASS POUNDERS. 
Hattersley A & Son, 48 E Main. {See embossed line 
on cover.) 



Centlivre C li, n end Spy Run ave. {See ado,p 6.) 
French Brewery, n end Spy Run ave. {See adc,p 6.) 

BRICK MNFRS. 

Freinion Joseph, bet Hanna and Lafayette s of limits. 
Koehler Catherine, bet Calhoun and Lafayette s of limits. 
Koehler J A, e s Lafayette nr limits. 
Leonard N & Son, e s Spy Run ave. 
McKernan Alexander, New Haven road e of limits. 
Miller Wni, e s Hanna s of limits. 

Ittoellerin^ WlU, 53 to 59 Murray. {See adv, p 67.) 
Oriuistou A & Bro, w s Piqua road nr intersection of Lafay- 
ette and w s Calhoun s of limits. 

*BRIDGE BOLTS. 
Olds C li & Co, on N Y, C & St L Ry, bet Calhoun and 
Harrison. {See adv, p 3.) 

BRIDGE BUILDERS. 
Olds C L & Co, on N Y, C & St L Ry, bet Calhoun and 
Harrison. {See adv, p 3.) 

BROOM MNFRS. 
Gage Robert, 320 W Main. 
Rombke Henry, 68 Madison. 

*BUGGY BOW MNFRS. 
Rastetter Louis, ll E Jefferson. {See ado,p 83.) 

BUILDERS' HARDWARE. 

See Hiirdwure. 

BUSINESS COLLEGES. 

Fort l^ayne Business College, n, 13 and is E 

Main, opp Court House. 

BUILDERS' HARDWARE, KsSV^oS: 



DOMESTIC GOODS 



..^t Xjo-west ■£'xices at 
O-eo. De "^^7"a-lca. <Sa Co.'s 



E. 1. POLK & CO.'S 



BUTCHEES. 

ee Meat Markets. 



CABINET MAKERS. 

See Furniture. 



*CAK BBAKE SHOES AND HEADS. 
/Standard Mllf'^ Co, Office Burgess Block. 

CAB WHEEL MNFRS. 

Bass Fouuclry and Machine Works,Hanna s of railroad crossing, 

CARPENTERS, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
Arieon L<ewis, 169 Clinton. {See ad)}, p 99.) 
Bertels John (Paving), 38 Fore. 
Beverforden Samuel H, 125 W Jefferson. 
Boester F A, 164 Griffith. 

Boi^eker Charles, 1.39 Calhoun. {See a(lv,p 95.) 
Cochrane & Humphrey, lOO Pearl. {See adv, p 99.) 

Crow J W, 187 Jackson. 

French C G, 87 E Wayne. 

Graf miller & Barrett, 68 Barr. 

Hilgemann Ernst, s e cor Fairfield ave and Baker. 

Hinman H F, s w cor Stophlet and Broadway. 

Hohnhaus George, s e cor Fairfield ave and Baker. 

Keudrick & ^hrinipton, 152 W Main. {Seeadv,p5S.) 

Komp Daniel, s e cor Pontiac and Hoagland ave. 

Kraft & Co, 121 Montgomery. 

Lauer Justine, 151 Hanna. 

Lehman Conrad, n w cor Calhoun and Killea. 

Liebman E F, 106 W Wayne. 

McMullen John, w s Monroe bet Charles and Laselle. 

Maddux George, n s Hurd 1 e of Holton ave. 

Meyer J H, 51 Maumee road. 

Miller & Scheie, 8 Summit. 

Sfoellering' Win, 53 to 59 Murray. {See adv, p 67.) 

Patton & Smith, rear 58 Brackenridge. 

Paul H C, 81 E Columbia. 

Pranger J H, 226 E Washington. 

Pressler & Wagner, w s Webster bet Butler and DeWald. 

Suelzer John, cor Hanna and Taber. 

* CARPENTERS AND MECHANICS TOOLS. 
]|IIor§^an & Beach, 19 and 21 E Columbia. 
iVolton T J & Co, 22 Calhoun. 



4iPD. D. WEISELL 



OFFERS A DENTIL EXPEBI" 
EKCE OF OVER 20 TEARS ■ 
—34 CALHOUN STEKFT 



T.F.WEITZMANN 



Makes Clothes in the most fasblon- 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTOKT. 



CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, ETC. 
Foster D N, 1 1 Court. 
Moderwell & 8ttidor, 26 E Berry. 
Root & Co, 46 and 48 Calhouu. 
WoIfL & Co, 54 Calhoun. 

CARPET WEAVERS. 

Bahret Christian, 176 Broadway. 

Bahret J F, 235 Lafayette. 

Beck Leopold, 136 Barr. 

Berk J G, 58 Elm. 

Buchraann Joseph, 18 Hood. 

Clans August, 16 Univei-sity. 

Hickman Martha, 151 High. 

Hofmann Adolph, 42 Charles. 

Just Frederick, 310 Hanna. 

Ostman August, n e cor Wievke and Lafayette. 

Schoen Wm F, 24 Erie. 

CARRIAGE TRIMMERS. 

Smith E C, 3 and 5 Clay. 

CARRIAGE AND WAGON MAKERS. 
[See also Blacksmiths.) 
Albrecht M li. 106 W Main. {See adv,p. 4) 

Baker B H, lO and 18 Lafayette. {See adv, inside back 

'■over.) 
Brossard & Hahn, 146 W Main. 
Chauvey Bros, 35 E Superior. 

City Carriage IVorks, n and 13 Clay. 

Ehrmann C & Co, 149 W Main. 

Johns L B, n e cor Main and Barr. 

Olds' Wagon Works, Murray bet Calhoun and Lafayette. 

Prange Louis, Plum nr river bridge. 

Rieke Henry, 116 W Main. 

Smith E C, 3 and 5 Clay. 

Spereisens J A, 165 Fairfield ave. 

Thiel Wm, 157 W Main. 

Vogely Andrew, s w cor Maumee road and Ohio. 

CARRIAGE AND WAGON MATERIAL. 

Alderinaii St Yarnelle, 54 and 56 E Columbia. 

Coombs & Co, s e cor Main and Clinton. 

Olds N G & Sons, s e cor Lafayatte and W, St L & P Ry. 

Rastetter Lonis, 11 E Jefferson. {See adv, p S3. ) 

Pnri^FT l/MIVrQ ^- J nolton & ca 

rUUIVLI IMMIfLOj KEYSTONE BLOCK. 



MORGAN & BEACH, 



Cross-Cut Saws 

And AXES. 



E. L. POLK & CO. S 



*CHAIR STUFF MNPRS. 
HofTnian Bros, 200 W Main. {See adu, j) 217.) 
Peters' Box & Lumber Co The, 79 to 101 High. 
{See adu, p 163.) 

*CHEMIST— ANALTTICAL. 

Dryer C R, office Central Grammar School. 

CHINA WARE. 

See Crockery and Glassware. 

*CHIMNEY SWEEPERS. 
Hoy D F tfc Bro, 29 and -31 Pearl. 

CIDER AND VINEGAR MNPRS. 
HoflTmaun C A, 185 and 187 Calhoun. {See adv,p 77.) 

CIGAR MNFRS. 
Bender Louis, 166 E Washington. 
Beverforden August, 231 Webster. 
Dessauer L & Co, 23 Calhoun. 
Eckert J C, 85 Calhoun. 
Ehle A. N. 178 Broadway. 
Foote Wm A, 92 Calhoun. 

Ortmann BI ^V, 26 Clinton. 

Reinewald R C, 78 Calhoun. ' {See ado, back of page 
opp inside buck cover.) 

Reiter CJeorge, 30 Calhoun. 

Schneider Henry, 104 Webster. 
Wanninghoff Christian, 144 Calhoun. 

CIGARS AND TOBACCO. 

Beach J S, 276 Calhoun. 

Buck C W, 272 Calhoun. 

Bulger &, Co, 34 Clinton. 

Carl John, 39 Calhoun. 

Carson John, 182 Calhoun. 

Foote Wm A, 92 Calhoun. 

Warvey P H, 224 Calhoun. {See ado, p 77.) 

Gruber F J, 114^ Calhoun. 

Heilljroner L & Co, 10 W Berry. 

Jacobs M N & Co, 27 W Main. 

Mergel Reinhard, 17 W Main. 



SILVER WARE, 



GOLD r£>'S, GOLD and SILVER HEADED 
CANES, BRONZES and FAMCY GOODS. H. C. 
GBAFFE, Cor. Calhonn and ColumbiB SU. 



FANCY SUITINGS inUKI D A Dl 10 16 W. Berry Street, 
—A Specialty,— JUHH tlADUo -FORT WAYNE.- 



FOET WAYNE DIRECTORY. 



Rosenthal Max, 24 E Columbia. 

Webber M IM", 39 Calhoun and 3 E Main. {See adv, 

p 294.) 
Young John B, 192 Griffith. 

CIVIL ENaiNEERS AND SURVEYORS. 
Goshorn W H, 68 Barr. 

*CLOTHES RACKS. 
Rastetter Lonis, 11 E Jefferson. {See adv,p 83.) 

CLOTHES WRINGERS. 

Slai^el, Bair & Co, 33 W Main. 

'CLOTHING. 

{See also Merchant Tailors.) 
Friend A I & H, 26 Calhoun. 
Lauferty A & Co, 9 E Main. 

Morganthaler P & Co, 5 E Main and 63 Calhoun. 
Owen, Pixley & Co, is and 17 Court and 58 and 60 

Clinton. 
Rothschild & Bro, 7 E Columbia. 
Salinger Bros, 15 and 17 E Main. 

Schirmeyer L & Co, 27 Calhoun. 

Thieme J G & Bro, 37 E Columbia. 

*COACH AND CARRIAGE PANELS. 
Rastetter Lonis,' 11 E Jefferson. {See ado, p 83.) 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 

Fox James, n s Railroad nr Calhoun. 
Howey Isaac, 105 and 107 Taylor. 
Moderwell J M, s end of Wells st bridge. 

imuirhead Alexander Sc Co, 213 Calhoun. 

Tinkhara J P, n e cor Pearl and Griffith. 
Wilding & Son, 191 and 193 Calhoun. 
Wili^on John & Co, cor Clinton and Railroad. 

*COPEEE AND LUNCH ROOMS. 

Senker Herman, 1 Railroad. 

*COKE. 
Wilson John & Co, cor Clinton and Railroad. 

MECHANICSnrOOLS,L^Yl¥SS&gi; 



(}EO.DilWALD&CO.CBFlNE DRESS GOODS 

444 E. L. POLK & CO.'S 

COFFEE AND SPICE MILLS. 
Hamilton & Co, 30 Clinton. 
Monning J B, 73 and 75 E Columbia. 

COLLECTION AGENTS. 
Carter A H, l and 2 Foster Block. {Seeadv, front cover.) 

Chapin & O'Rourke, 62^ Calhoun. 

France H F, 13 E Main.-^ 

Graham & Thornton, lo E Berry. {See adv p 93.) 

Hayden & Douglass, 26 Court. 
Ryan Daniel, 22 E Berry. 

COMB MNFRS. 
Friedrich Carl, 66 Nelson. 

COMMERCIAL COLLEGES. 

See Business Colleges. 

COMMISSION. 
Bash S & Co, 22 and 24 W Columbia. 

Bnrsley G E & Co, 23 W Main. {See adv, front cover.) 
Thorward & Dendel, 18 W Columbia. 
~Winel J J, 42^ E Columbia. 

CONFECTIONERS. 
WhoUsale. 
Batchelder & Medsker, 252 Calhoun. 

Fox Louis, 100 Calhoun. 

Retail. 
{See also Bakers and Confectioners.) 
Catlin EM, 140 Broadway, 
Fox George & Son, 25 E Main. 
Goodman Mary, 53 Wells. 
Steinman Catherine, 152 Barr. 
Strong Henry, 74 W Jefferson. 
Walther Theresa, 139 E Jefferson. 

COOPERS. 
Blair T W, 19 E Superior. 
Saum A L, rear 25 W Wayne. 
Yobst Bruno, 85 Cass. 

COOPERS' TRESS HOOP MNFRS. 
Stephan H & Co, n w cor Wayne and Schick. 

l/aipo. Dpn Sell Majolica Ware and Hand-painted 



Plates, at No. 5 East Columbia Street. 



T /^\ T T TIT T Paints, 00s, Varnishes and 



Glass, at 90 Calioun St. 



FORT WAYNE DIBECTOET. 



CORN PLANTER MNFRS. 
The Horton Mnfg Co, n w cor W Main and Osage. 

CRACKER MNPRS. 
Fox liOUis, 100 Calhoun. 

CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE. 
Garvey P H, 224 Calhoun. {See adv, p 77.) 
Kaag' & Bro, 5 E Columbia. (See bottom lines.) 
lizard H N, 8 W Columbia. 

CUTLERY. 
Kaag & Bro, -5 E Columbia. {See bottom lines.) 
morgan & Beach, 19 and 21 E Columbia. 
NoltOIl T Jf & Co, 22 Calhoun. {See bottom lines.) 

DAIRIES. 

Bold James S, n s New Haven road 1 mile e of limits. 
Doermer Peter, n s New Haven road 1 e of Wayne Trace. 

DANCING ACADEMIES. 

Mahler Louis, 27 Calhoun. 

DECORATORS. 
Starkey O L & Co, (Interior), 70 Calhoun. 
Yergens'Will jr, 1-36 Broadway. {See adv,p 4^.) 

DENTISTS. 
Brown S B, s e cor Court and Main. 
Coyle J D, 108 Calhoun. 
Hartraan & Mason, 14 W Berry. 
Kuapp ^W B, 36 E Berry. 
liOag <ir W, s e cor Calhoun and Columbia. 
^IcCullongh G W, 28 Calhoun. {See adv, back cover.) 
8chliyOCk W W, 21 W Berry. 
Sites E F, 27 Calhoun. 
Sites H C, 82 Calhoun. 
Weisell D D, 34 Calhoun. {See bottom lines.) 

DENTISTS' SUPPLIES. 

Woodworth C B & Co, 12 E Berry. 

*DIAMONDS. 
Ciirafte H C, n e cor Calhoun and Columbia. {See bottom 
lines.) 



RAZORS^ SHEARS, 



T. J. NOLTON & CO. 
KEYSTONE BLOCK. 



Eflffari Mel Hon """*'''""' "'""'° 



FORT WAYNE; go and try it 



K. L. POLK & CO. S 



DINING ROOMS. 

See Restaurants. 

DKESS AND CLOAK MAKERS. 

{See also Milliners.) 

Balcome Sarah, 107 Lafayette. 

Bates Minnie A, 315 W Main. 

Bitsbei-ger Mrs E F, 323 Calhoun. 

Blynn Harriet, 135 Broadway. 

Boyd Mrs R B, 47 Baker. 

Brinkmann Augusta, 49 W Jefferson. 

Brunner Minnie, 47 Lavina., 

Cairns Elizabeth, 255 W Jefferson. 

Crakes Miss Hattie, 106 Wallace. 

Devaux Mary F, 23 Laselle. 

Deyo Annette, 169 W Jefferson. 

Fellows Jennie E, 315 W Main 

Fitzpatrick Misses N & M, 45 Baker. 

Fletcher Mrs Margaret, 65 E Main. 

Gebele Miss Hannah, 65 Harrison. 

Gibson Miss Belle, 157 Ewing. 

Gould Jennie M, 108 Broadway. 

Green Emma L, 177 Jackson. 

Green Lettie M, 177 Jackson. 

Green Mollie, 19 W Wayne. 

Grout Mrs Barbara, 129 E Lewis. 

Hake Mrs Wm, 142 W Wayne. 

Hinman Ida M, 138 Broadway. 

Jacob Barbara, 29 Wall. 

Karns Mrs B E, 355 Lafayette. 

Lauer Miss Elizabeth, 70 E Jefferson. 

Lawrence Mrs C J, 11 E Columbia. 

Lewis Rissa, 142 W Main. 

McKee Annie, 284 E Washington. 

Noll Mrs M A, 10 W Superior. 

Pahl Miss Clara, 106 Force. 

Pool Mrs Mary M, e s Gay 4 s Creighton ave. 

Sawyer Miss S M, 24 Clinton. 

Strack Mis'ses M & E, 77 Douglas ave. 

Stutsman F L, 26 W Main. 

Wagner Catherine, 27 Levina. 

Wagner Ella, 27 Levina. 



TROY STEAM LAUNDRY, 



50 Pearl Street, is 



I n U M D A D 1 1 Q Ma^es Clotlies for the Best-Dressed People. 
J U n IM MnDUu) 16 ■West Berry Street, FORT WAYNE. 

FOUT WAYNE DIUECTOKY. 447 

DRUGGISTS. 
Whulesale. 
Meyer Bros Sc to, 2 and 9 Keystone Block. {See ado, 
p 175.) 

Retail. 

Beverforden H F, 294 Calhoun. 

Brink & Slier, 43 Wells. 

Betxer & Bro, 2eo Callioun. 

Dreier tk- Bro, n w cor Calhoun and Columbia. 

Olock Frederick, 270 Hanna. 

Johnson E, 28 Force. 

Leffler Otto, 66 W JcflFerson. 

Loescli George H, 96 Barr. 

Meyer Brot^ & €0, 2 and 9 Keystone Block. (6'ee 

adv, p 175.) 
Miller F J, 324 Lafayette. 
Moellering W L, 113 E Lewis. 
Mordhurst H W, 66 Calhoun. 
IVolI B K & Co, 128 Broadway. 
Porter € D. 108 Fairfield ave. 
Reinewald H W, 286 Calhoun. 
Schmueckle Frederick, 277 E Washington. . 
Schott G J, 120 Barr. 
Schroeder Bros, 244 Calhoun. 

Shunk A F, 207 E Jefferson. , 

Smith & Co, 328 Calhoun. 
Stemen & Andrews, 164 Calhoun. 
Tliieilie T F, 94 Calhoun. 
Urbine James, 68 E Columbia. 
Wagner H G, 35 Calhoun. 

Woodworth C B & Co, 1 Aveline House Block. 
Zimmerman John, 289 W Jefferson. 

DRY GOODS. 
Wholes(de. 
DeWald George & Co, n e cor Calhoun and Colum- 
bia. {See to}) lines and front edge.) 
Root & Co, 46 and 48 Calhoun. 

Retail. 
Bartels & Co, 191 and 193 Lafayette. {See adv, p 89.) 
Bond W J & Son, 42 Calhoun. - 
Chaska S & Co, 72 Calhoun. 

DeWald George & Co, n e cor Calhoun and Colum- 
bia. {See topUnes and front edr/e). 

MECHANICS' TOOLS, L^IS°I&gi; 



For KID GLOVES ^° '° 



Geo. De Wald & Co.'s 



448 K. L. POLK & co.'s 



Foster S M, 13 Court. 
Frank M & Co, 64 Calhoun. 
Goodwin H X, 126 Broadway. 
Hamel H L, 88 E Main. 
Kiess J F, 197 Broadway. 
Lampert & Co, 302 E Washington. 
Nash & Ellis, 2.5 W Main. 
STestel O W, 130 Broadway. 
Pi err C J, 69 Wells. 
Pierr Peter, 168 Broadway. 
Rohs & Eme, 13 E Columbia. 
Root & Co, 46 and 48 Calhoun. 

Stewart, Janiieson & Beadell, 4 Keystone Block. 

Upmeyer H H G, 242 Calhoun. 
H^altemath C H, 325 Lafayette. 
Woirii & Co, 54 Calhoun. 

DYERS AND SCOUR3BRS. 

Lewis B A, 40 W Superior cor Harrison. 
Rie^ Joseph, 13V Calhoun. {See adv, p 218.) 
Rose Charles D, 68 E Main. 
Schroeder Gottfried, 129 Calhoun. 

ELECTRIC LIGHT AND APPARATUS. 

Fort TVayne Jenney Electric Light Co, OfiSce 

and Works on N Y, C & St L Ry w of Harrison. {Se« 
front cover.) 

ENGINE BUILDERS. 

{See also Founders and Machinists!) 
Bass Foundry^ & Machine Works, Hanna s of railroad cross- 
ing. 
Olds C li & Co, on N Y, C & St L Ry bet Calhoun and 
Harrison. {Bee adv, p S.) 



Wolf Herman, 23 E Main. 

*EXCAVATORS— ODORLESS. 
Myers Bros, 66 Douglas ave. 

EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Adams, 102 Calhoun. 
American, 102 Calhoun. 



WelseU's Goli Filliio sS 



Unsurpassed 

BEAUTY and 

DUBABIIilTY. 



T. F. WEITZMANN, 



Tho Merchant Tailor, keepa a 
lar^e stock of the latest styles 
of Gooda, at 162 Calhoun St. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 



Pacific, 28 E Main. 
United States, 28 E Main. 

*EYE AND EAR INFIRMARY. 

Fort Wayne Medical and Snr§:ical Institute, 

143 Calhoun. {See adv, p 177.) 

FANCY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

W7iolesale. 
Bofirmann Henry, 52^ Calhoun. 

DeW^ald Oeor§^e &, Co, n e cor Calhoun and Colum- 
bia. (See top lines and front edge.) 
Retail. 
Jenkinson & Spencer, 25 W Wayne. 
Kane James M & Bro, 19 Calhoun. 
Keel Mrs A C, 137 Broadway. 
Koch Ma.2;gie, 76 Barr. 
KruU M '& L, 268 E Washington. 
Mergentheim Alexander, n w cor Calhoun and Main. 
Muirhead Robina, 201 Calhoun. 
IVestel O W, 130 Broadway. 
Pierr E A, 60 Calhoun. 
Quinn Miss Emma, 136 Fairfield ave. 

FARM MACHINERY.) 

See Agricultural Implements. 

*FEATHER RENOVATORS. 
Ke^elniann Jaliui$,n e cor E Wayne and Walton ave. 
{See adv, p 91.) 

FEED YARDS. 

Brinsley J C, n w cor Pearl and Maiden Lane. 

Cosgrove F K, n e cor Pearl and Maiden Lane. 

Coverdale J H, n e cor Pearl and Cass. 

Huguenard Victor, 64 E Superior. 

Long H F, 30 N Calhoun. 

McLain B P, w s Clinton n of E Superior. 

FENCE MNFRS. 
Hassler A. L (Iron), 88 Broadway. {See ado, p 57.) 

*FENCES, CRESTINGS AND IRON RAILING. 
Olds C L & Co, on N Y, C & St L Ry bet Calh<,un and 
Harrison. {See adv, p 3.) 

T.J.MOLTON&CO. 

— Keystone Bloclc. — 



OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS, 



Morgan & Beach, Builders' Hardware. 



B. L. POLK & CO. 1 



FILE MNPRS. 
Harris J & Co, 120 Calhoun. 
Keller C C, 20 VV Main. 

*PISH AND GAME. 
Walters J A, 303 Lafayette. 

*FISHING TACKLE. 
Krohne & Raqnet, 79 Calhoun. {See adv,p 93.) 

FLORISTS AND NURSERYMEN. 
Auyer Charles, 16 E Washington. {See advi,p 89.) 
Dostvell Bros, n s W Ma,in nr Lindenvvood Cemetery. 

{Sea >icli\p 91.) 
Jttarkey E J, 113 and lis W Jefferson. 

FLOUR AND PEED. 

Doelirinann & Hitzemann, 56 Bam 

Henderson W D, 69 E Columbia. 
Ho^an & nicDonald, 2S8 Calhoun. 
Kaibacher Anton, 6.5 E Columbia. 

Kall)aeher A & Co, 296 Calhoun. 

McKinley Perry, 16 W Columbia. 

Scott J -A, 45 E Columbia. {See adv, p 97.) 

FLOUR MILLS. 
Empire Flour Mills, John Orff Propr, W Main 

St bridge. {See adi;, inside back cover.) 
Globe Flour MUU, 73 and 75 E Columbia. 
Hoaglaiid & Tresselt, cor Clinton and N Y, C & St L Ry. 
Kalba(d)er Anton, 65 E Columbia. 

OrflTJohn, W Main St bridge. {See adv, inside back cover.) 
VoUand Henry, Spy Run ave. 

*FLOUR MILL MACHINERY. 

Bass Foundry & llaeliine Works, Hanna s of 

railroad (U'ossing. 
Olds C L & Co, on N Y, C & St L Ry, bet Calhoun and 
Harrison. {See adv, p 3.) 

*FOREIGN EXCHANGE. 
Sieiuon & Bro, so Calhoun. {See buck cover.) 

FOREIGN PASSAGE AGENTS. 

See Steams/lip Agents. 

-MARBLE CLOCKS, Of every description of my own 

importation. H. C. GBAFFE, 
Cor. Calhoun and Columbia Sta. 



Opera Glasses and Spectacles 



FANCY SUITINGS IflUM DADIIC 16 W. Berry Street, 
—A Specialty,— JUniM IiAdUo -FORT WAYNE.- 

FOET WAYNE DIRECTORY. 451 

FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS. 
Bass Foundry & Macbine Works, Hanna s of railroad crossing. 
Kerr Murray Unfg' Co, s ecor Calhoun and Wallace. 
Olds C L & Co, on N Y, C & St L Ry, bet Calhoun and 

Harrison. (See adv, p S.) 
Reiling' Aug^ust, n w cor Pearl and Ewing. (See adv, 

p99.) 

FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY. 
Barcus H H, 116 Caihoun. 

Batclielder * JVIcflsker, 252 Calhoun. 

Cour C J A, 192 Calhoun. 

Fox liOllis, 100 Calhoun. 

Garvcy P H, 224 Calhoun. (See adv, p 77.) 

Hartshorn S J, 172 Calhoun. 

*PURNACES— HOT AIR. 
Carter &. Son, 29 Clinton. (See adv, p 63.) 

*FURNISHED ROOMS. 

Finn Miss Ellen, 39 W Washington. 

Hall Mrs A M, s w cor Calhoun and Columbia. 

FURNITURE. 
Beach F J, 184 Calhoun. 
Bennett J F, 22 E Columbia. 
Biekford G R & Co, 419 and 421 E Wayne. 
Foster D N, 11 Court. 
Griebel & Son, 44 E Main. 
Hoy D F & Bro, 29 and .31 Pearl. 
Miller J M, 50 and 52 E Main. 
Peters' Box & L.uiiiber Co The, 19 W Main. (See 

adv, p 163.) 
Varnum J L, 64 E Superior. 
Wolf P E, 33 and 35 Clinton. (See ado, p 59.) 

GALVANIZED IRON WORKS. 
Graffe G W & Co, 132 Calhoun. 
Muhler C F, 20 E Columbia. 
Pressler John, 98 Barr cor Wayne. 

GAS COMPANY. 

Fort Wayne Gas Light Co, s e eor Superior and Barr. 

SKATES, REVOLVEfS,&c,LJ£rBa 



Colomil Sis at Low Prices m. d7™i co.'s 



452 R. L. POLK & CO. S 

GAS PIXTURES: 

See Plumbers. 

GENERAL STORES. 
Bartels & Co, 191 and 193 Lafayette. {See adv, p 89 ) 
Kiser Peter, 25 Calhoun. 

GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 
Fitch O B & Co, 34 Calhoun. 
Friend A I & H, 26 Calhoun. 
Golden & Monahan, 66 and 68 Calhoun. 
Harper & Bowers, 36 Calhoun. 
Morganthaler P & Co, 5 E Main and 33 Calhoun. 
Owen, Pixley & Co, 15 and 17 Court and 58 and 60 
Clinton. 

Schirmeyer \a & Co, 27 Calhoun. 

*GINGBR ALE MNPR. 
Brames Ij &, Co, 29 and 31 Barr. {See adv, p 7.) 

*GLASS— PLATE AND -WINDOW. 
Yergens Wm jr, 136 Broadway. {See adv,p U-) 

GLASSWARE. 
{See also Crockery and Glassware.) 
Diehl II & Co, 209 Calhoun. 
Kaagr & Bro, 5 E Columbia. {See top lines.) 

GROCERS. 
Wholesale. 
Bursley tr E & Co, 23 W Main. {See adv, front cover.) 
Hne^tis & Hamilton, 23 and 25 E Columbia. 
Trentnian A C, 56 and 58 Calhoun. 

Retail. 
Areas John, 122 Madison. 
Aurentz S A, 129 Broadway. 
Ball Magdalena, 172 W Main. 
Bangert Bonifacius, 167 Broadway. 

Bartels & Co, 191 and 193 Lafayette. {See adv,p 89.) 
Bechtold Louis, 150 Maumee road. 
Becker August, 160 Fairfield ave. 
Bicknese C F, 92 Barr. 
Brannan J H, 72 E Main. 

I/AAO ii DDR ^^^ ^^1 ^^^^^ °f Crockery and Glass- 
IxAAu flu DllUi ware, at No. 5 East Columbia Street 



L/^ TJ T T T T Mixed Paints ready for 
, \_), £~l U i-^JLr, use, at 90 Calhoun St. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 



Broeking Charles, s e cor Gay and Creighton ave. 

Bundy Charles, w a Walton ave 1 n of P, F W & C Ry. 

Certia J & Co, 116 Wells. 

DeWald Nicholas, 406 Calhoun. 

Dicke Frederick, 29 Smith. 

Dicke Henry, 119 E Lewis. 

Dittoe A J & Co, 20 W Berry. 

Doehrinann & Hitzemann, 56 Barr. 

Dudenhoefer Conrad, 401 E Wayne. 

Epple Gottlieb, 184 Fairfield ave. 

Figel F C, 121 Wells. 

Figel & Son, 54 Wells. 

Fox & Son, 325 W Main. 

Frank Mendel, 208 Hanna. 

Fuchs George, 167 E Jefferson. 

Crarvey P H, 224 Calhoun. {See adv, p 77.) 

Gerding Herman, 1()8 Calhoun. 

Gerke H F, 207 Lafayette. 

Goldstone John, 117 Fairfield ave. 

Goodivin H N, 124 Broadway. 

Graf Philip, 3.37 Lafayette. 

Gruber Michael, 16 Wilt. 

Gumpper J D, 240 Calhoun. 

Haiber G W, 393 Lafayette. , 

Hartman J H, 126 E Washington. 

Haswell G I, e s Oliver 4 s of Horace. 

Hill & Noll, 123 Fairfield ave. 

Hnxoll Aug^nst, 90 Barr. 

Hylands Charles, 119 Fairfield ave. 

Jacobs & Co, 354 Broadway. 

Jourdain C J, 98 Maumee road. 

Kemp, Edgar & Co, 55 E Columbia. 

Kiel & Bicknese, 356 Calhoun. 

Kline Jacob, 30 E Columbia. 

Klotz Daniel, n w cor Allen and Calhoun. 

Koch J B, 122 E Washington. 

Koenig Wm & Son, 89 Harmer. 

Korn August, 194 Broadway. 

Lampert & Co, 302 E Washington. 

Langard Joseph, 70 E Columbia. 

Leykauf Nicholas, 209 Broadway. 

Lichtsinn Wm, 94-^ Barr. 

McKinley Perry, 16 W Columbia. 

Malone Peter, 171 Broadway. 

Martin Alexander, 37 W Main. 

Meyer W D, 227 Lafayette. 

OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS, ^iS«£5 



Etom SBliBl & Son, 



Lnnch Room M Fine Calfo Bakery, 

52)^ CALHOtrW STREET. 



E. li. POLK & CO. 



Miller Christian, 59 Wells. 
Miller Philip, 119 W Jefferson. 
Miller WH, 23 W Columbia. 
Moellering Wni & Son, 2J5 Lafayette. 

Nieniahu Gottlieb, us Calhoun. 

Niemann Theodore, 274 E Washington. 
Getting Wm, 362 Calhoun. 
Ofenloch Valentine, 30 Force. 
Pierce & Coverdale, 24 Harrison. 
Pyiie W H, 80 Calhoun. 
Raab John, 18 E Columbia. 

Reese I^Jiarles, 7o Ban-. 

Reinkensmeier Christian, 141 Broadway. 

Rekers Gerhard, 116 W Washington. 

Riethmiller G & Son, s e cor Broadway and Taylor. 

Ruppel John, 268 E Wayne. 

Safford F K & Co, 28 Calhoun. 

Sallier Francis, 66 E Colum'bia. 

Scheffer John & Co, 13 Grand. 

Scheyier Charles, 176 Montgomery. 

Seabald John, 202 Broadway. 

Shaffer George, 169 Broadway. 

8kelton B W, 254 Calhoun. 

Smaltz F M, 307 W Main. 

Spiegel G E, 183 Broadway. 

Streletskey Simon, 233 E Jefferson. 

Strunz Christian, 72 Barr. 

Struver Wm, 66 E Main. 

Tagtmeyer Frederick, s s Highland 1 w of Calhoun. 

Thieme J A, 170 Broadway. 

Tyler & Long, 108 Broadway. 

Waltemath C H, 325 Lafayette. 

Warner & Koegel, 171 Broadway. 

Wessell John jr, 273 Hanna. 

W ilite J B, 9 and 1 1 W Berry. 

Woehnker F H & Bro, 105 Maumee road. 

Woulfe J & Bro, 266 Calhoun. 

Zern Xavier, 342 Hanna. 

Zimmermann Anthony, 57 E Main. 

Zoeller & JWera, 372 Calhoun. 

GUNS AND AMMUNITION. 
Krohne & Raquet, 79 Calhoun. {See adv, p 93.) 
Lade M G, 58 E Main. 
Leonard Wm, 71 W Superior. ' 
niller C H, 24 W Main. 



CEMALOFFICETBOYLAIDEY 



eSCALEODDSTGEET. 



-JOHN RABUS, — 

UCHEST. milUliU UUllliUiilUi 16 Weat Berry St., FOB! WAIKE. 
FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 455 

*GUTTERS AND TIN ROOFING. 
Pressler John, 98 Ban- cor Wayne. 

HAIR GOODS. 
Casey Emma, 154^ Calhoun. 
Noll & Golden, 14 W Berry. 
Scherer & Becker, no Calhoun. {See ado, p 83.) 

HARDWARE. 
Wholesale. 
Alderman & Yarnelle, 54 and 56 E Columbia. 
BrandriflT A D & Co, oO and 52 E Columbia. 
Coombs & Co, s e cor Main and Clinton. 
mor^^an &. Beach, 19 and 21 E Columbia. 
Seavey G W, 33 and 35 E Columbia. 

Retail. 
Grifliiths W E, 120 and 122 Broadway. 
CJruber «& CJray, 364 Calhoun. 

Harries J & Co, 120 Calhoun. 

Morgan & Beach, 19 and 21 E Columbia. 

IVolton T J & Co, 22 Calhoun. {See bottom lines). 

PfeiflFer & Schlatter, 47 E Columbia. 

Storm J A II (Builders), 3 E Columbia. 

HARDWOOD LUMBER. 

See Lumber — Hardwood. 

HARNESSMAKERS. 

Hilt Frederick, 18| E Columbia. 
Johns A L, 51 and 53 E Columbia. 
Johns A S, 10 E Columbia. 
King J T, 43 E Columbia. 
Kuntz G H, 11 Harrison. 
Melching "Wm A, 20 N Calhoun. 
Meyer W H, 8 N Calhoun. 
Neireiter C B, 69 E Main. 
Rudolph Frank, 27 Clinton. 
Sharp John, 7 E Superior. 
Shoaflf S H, 12 W Columbia. 
Stover J W, 98 Barr. 
Weils G R, 36 Clinton. 

HATS. CAPS AND FURS. 
Buck C W, 258 Calhoun. 
Fitch O B & Co, 34 Calhoun. 

BUILDERS' HARDWARE.""™^™ 



KEYSTONE BLOCK. 



BLACK SILKS CHEAP aEo.DEWALD&oo.'s 

456 E. L. POLK & CO.'S 

Golden & Monahan, 66 and 68 Calhoun. 
Harper & Bowers, 36 Calhoun. 
Kyle & Raid, 75 Calhoun. 

Owen, Pixley & Co, 15 and 17 Court and 58 and 60 
Clinton. 

*fl:AY. 

Scott J A, 45 E Columbia. (See ad^, p 97.) 

HIDES, PELTS AND FURS. 

Bash S & Co, 22 and 24 W Columbia. 
Oppenheimer A & Co, 67 E Columbia. 
Weil Bros & Co, 85 E Columbia. 

HORSE COLLAR MNPRS. 

Racine Aime, cor 1st and Cass. 
Racine F L, 36 N Cass. 

HORSE SHOERS. 

(See also Slacksmiths.) 
Cosgrave & Tate, 5 Lafayette. 
Fogerty Edward, 16 Harrison. 
Waterhous &> Bro, 85 E Columbia. 
Wise Wm & Brd, 363 Calhoun. 

*HOTEL FIRE ESCAPES AND FIRE EXTINGUISHERS. 

Barniini The E T, Wire and Iron Works, 

Detroit, Mich. 

HOTELS. 
Eveline Honse, s e cor Calhoun and Berry. 
Clifton Honse, 233 and 235 Calhoun. 
Commercial House, s w cor Calhoun and Douglas ave. 
Custer House, 16 and is W Main. {See adv, p 69.) 
Darrow House, 248 Calhoun. 
Edsall House, cor Clinton and Superior. 
Fleming- House, 22 and 24 W Berry. 
Harmon House, n w cor Calhoun and Chicago. 
Hedekin House, Barr st nr Nickle Plate Passenger depot. 

Jf cKinnie House, P, F W & C Ry depot. 

Mayer House, s e cor Calhoun and Wayne. 

Iflull's Hotel, 2 and 3 Railroad. 

Nave F E, cor Walton ave P, F W & C Ry. 

Nickel Plate, 31 W Columbia. 

fHBW W EloELLj DENTIST, FORT WAYNE, IND.' 



T. F. WEITZMANN 



of Goods, at 162 Calhoun St. 



FORT WAYNE DIEECTOEY. 



Oliver House, 107 and 109 E Columbia. 
Pennsylvania House, cor N Calhoun and Superior. 
Racine House, n e cor N Cass and Ist. 
Robinson The, Mrs W W Reed proprietoress Harrison 

head of Columbia. 
Tremont House, 15 and 17 Pearl. 
Union House, 49 W Main. 
Washington House, 123 Calhoun. 

HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. 
Ash H J, 9 E Columbia. 
Morferwell & Studor, 2(3 E Berry. 
Pickard C A. & Co, 29 E Columbia. 
Seavey Cr W, 33 and 35 E Columbia. 
Staub Bros, 16 E Columbia. 
TVilson George H & Sous, i7 E Columbia. 

HOUSE MOVERS. 

Martin Wm, 225 Broadway. 

ICE DEALERS. 
Cody J H, 288 W Main. 
Moran E J, 201 E Wayne. 
Schafer Christian, n w cor Main and Clay. 

^INJECTORS— DUPLEX. 
Boweu G R, 110 Calhoun. {See adv, opp p lOS.) 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Bittiuger & Forbing, 26 and 27 P O Bldg. 
Carier A H, 1 and 2 Foster Block. {See adv, front cover.) 
Edsall J W, 32 E Main. 
Fairbank Clark, 19 Court. 
Fisher D C, 32 E Berry. 
Glutting, Bauer & Michael, 7 Court. 

Graham & ThorntOU, 10 E Berry. {See adv, p93.) 
Kuhne & Co, 19 Court. 
Lnmbard S C, 36 Calhoun. 
Miller & Bossier, 5 W Main. 
Monning Henry, 24 Clinton. 
Nevreiter Conrad, 269 W Washington. 
Randall F P, 24 Clinton. 
Schrader H C, 22 W Berry. 

Seidel Edxvard 52^ Calhoun. {See top lines.) 
Sieiuon & Bro, 50 Calhoun. {See back cover.) 

MECHANICS' TOOLS. "■"'°^™'^*°°- 



^j KEYSTONE BLOCK. 



Morgan & Beach, 



RUBBER and LEATHER BELTING 

And PACKINGS. 



E. L. POLK & CO.'S 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

I^ire and 3Iari»e. 

Buffalo German, of Buffalo, N Y, Edward Seidel 

Agt, 52^ Calhoun. 
California of San Francisco, Cal, 269 W Washington. 
City of London, of Eng, l and 2 Foster Block. 
Clinton, of New York, 26 P O Bldg. 
Commercial Union, of London, Eng, l and 2 Foster 

Bh)ck. 
Connecticut, of Hartford, 1 and 2 Foster Block. 
Detroit Fire and Marine, of Detroit, Mich, 1 Court. 
Farmer's, of York, Pa, 26 P O Bldg. 
Fire Association of Philadelphia, 36 Calhoun. 
Fire Ins Association of London, Eng, 269 W Washington. 
Fireniens' of Dayton, Ohio, Edward Seidel Agent, 52-J 

Caliioun. 
Franklin of Lidianapolis, Ind, 24 Clinton. 
Franklin of Philadelphia, 36 Calhoun. 
German American of N Y, 36 Calhoun. 
German of Freeport, 111, 269 W Washington. 
Guardian of London, Eng, 24 Clinton. 

Haniburg'-Brenien, of Germany, l and 2 Foster Blk. 
Hartford of Hartford, Conn, 24 Clinton. 
Home of N Y, 36 Calhoun. 
Howard, of New York, 10 E Berry. 
Imperial of England, 36 Calhoun. 
Indiana of Indianapolis, 26 P O Building. 

Insurance Co of Xorth America, of Philadelphia, 

10 E Berry. 
Liverpool and London and Globe, 36 Calhoun. 
London Assurance Co of London, Eng, lO E Berry. 
London and Lancashire of Eng, 36 Calhoun, 
London and Provincial of London, Eng, 26 P O Building. 
Merchants' of Newark, N J, 26 P O Building. 
Milwaukee M.-chanics' Mutual, 26 P O Building. 
National of Hartford, Conn, 269 W Washington. 
Newark of Newark, N J, 26 P O Building. • 
New York Alliance of N Y, 7 Court. 
Niagara of N Y, 36 Caliioun. 
North British and Mercantile, 36 Calhoun. 
North German of Hamburg, 7 Court. 
Northwestern National af Milwaukee, 26 P O Building. 
Orient of Hartford, Conn, 24 Clinton. 
Pennsylvania of Philadelphia, lO E Berry. 
PhcBiiix of Brooklyn, 36 Calhoun. 

every description. 

CKAFFE, Comer Cal- 

hoim ana Colombia SU. 



Wtts, Dlnills I JeweliF I 



IIB JjGSI is IuO UIIBSPSI. 16 west Berry Street,FoSwATSE. 



POET WAYNE DIEKCTOEY. 



Phoenix of London, Eng, 1 and 2 Foster Block. 
Providence of Providence, R I, 10 E Berry. 
Queen of London and Liverpool, 1 and 2 Foster Block. 
Royal of Eng, 36 Calhoun. 

Shoe and Leather of Boston, Mass, 10 E Berry. 
Springfield of Mass, 36 Calhoun. 
Star of New York, 10 E Berry. 
Sun of London Eng, 26 P O Building. 
Teutonia of Dayton Ohio, 7 Court. 
Traders, of Chicago 111, 269 W Washington. 
Union of California, 24 Clinton. 
Williamsburg City of Brooklyn N Y, 32 E Main. 
Williamsburg City of Brooklyn N Y, 269 W Washington. 
Life. 

iS^tna of Hartford Conn, 1 and 2 Foster Block. 

Berkshire of Pittsfield Mass, 7 Court. 

New England Mutual Life, 36 Calhoun. 

New York of N Y, 26 P O Building. 

IVorthwe!«tern Hutnal of Milwaukee Wis, 10 E Berry 

Penn Mutual of Philadelphia, 19 Court. 

Standard Life Association, 29 W Main. 

Plate Glass. 
Lloyds of New York, 10 E Berry. 

mON DOORS AND SHUTTERS. 
Bass Foundry & Machine Works,Hanna s of Railroad crossing. 
Olds C L & Co, on N Y, C & St L Ry, bet Calhoun and 
Harrison, i^tiee adv, p 3.) 

*IROM- PENCE AND CRESTING. 
Hassler A L, 88 Broadway. {See adv, p 57.) 

*IRON AND STEEL. 

Alderman & Yarnelle, 54 and 56 E Columbia. 

Coombs & Co, 8 e cor Main and Clinton. 

*JAIL LOCK MNFR. 
Reiling August, n w cor Pearl and Ewiug. (See adv, 
p99.) 

*JAIL WORK. 
Olds C L & Co, on N Y, C & St L Ry, bet Calhoun and 
Harrison. (See adv, p 3.) 

Table and Carving Knfves, yj™L*i«: 



Geo.DeWald&Co.:""-'"*^°°°'»« 



I Oor, Oalhoiin and Oolxunbia Sts. 



E. L. POLK & CO.' 



JEWELERS. 

See Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. 

JUNK DEALERS. 
Diehl M & Co, 209 Calhoun. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 
France H F, 13 E Main. 
Hays Charles A, 28 P O Building. 
Piatt W T, 12 W Berry. 

Ryan Daniel, 22 E Berry. 
Scarlet Chester, Y5i Calhoun. 
Wilkinson T A. 27 P O Building. 

KNITTING WORKS. 

Empire Knitting Works, s w cor Julia and Holton ave. 

*LAGER BEER— AGENTS. 
Hake F & Co, s w cor Harrison and Superior. 
Hiiubert Michael, Agent Schaller Bros, 14 Lavina. 
Schafer Chris^tiau, n w cor Main and Clay. 

*LAMPS AND CHANDELIERS. 
Kaa^ & Bro, 5 E Columbia. {See bottom lines.) 
Ward H N, 8 W Columbia. 

*LAND AGENTS. 
d'Isay Isaac, 62 Calhoun. {Seeaclv, backbone and p 61.) 

LAUNDRIES. 
Barrett Hattie, 66 Murray. 
Danner O O, n w cor Plum and W Superior. 
Excelsior Laundry, 104 Broadway. 
Fletter M A, 32 Chicago. 

Troy Steain liaundry, P L Jones &, Co Proprs, 50 
Pearl, (^ee bottom lines.) 

*LAUNDRY GOODS. 

Slagrel, Bair & Co, 33 W Main. 

LAWYERS. 

Aldrich & Barrett, 52 Calhoun. 

Bittinger A H, 26 and 27 P O Building. 
Bittinger G L, 44 Calhoun. 

I# 1 Ap p. ppn Sell fine CMna, Tea and Dinner Sets, 



at No. 5 East Columbia Street. 



L/'~\ T T T T T T Painting and Paper HaBg- 
, V^. r~l LJ JL^JLv, ing, at 90 Calhoun Street. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTOET. 



Bittinger J R, 20 E Berry. 
Braekenridge & Carey, 62i Calhoun. 
Breen Win P, 44 Cafhonn. 

Carson W W, 44 Calhoun. 

Chapin & O'Rourke, 62^ Calhoun. 
Colerick & Oppenheini, lo W Main. 
Colerick W G & P B, 21 Court. 
Coombs, Bell & Morris, 32 E Berry. 

Crane G D, 44 Calhoun. 
Dawson C M, 20 E Berry. 

Ed^erton J K, 57 W Main. 

Ellison T E, 19 Court. 

France H F, 13 E Main. 

France J E K, 21 Court. 

Graham J E, 10 E Berry. {See adv, p 93.) 

Hartman & Fleming, 22 W Berry. 

Hayden J W, 26 Court. 

Hayes & Wilson, 28 P O Building. 

Hench S M, 10 W Main. 

Jones G W, 1 Seidel Blcck. 

Kerr Wm J, s w cor Calhoun and Berry. 

liOWry Robert, 7 Burgess Block. 

Miller N C, 75^ Calhoun. 

Ninde L M, 16 W Main. 

Philley M S, 25 P O Building. 

Purman A A, 1 and 2 Foster Block. 

Randall F P, 24 Clinton. 

Randall & Vesey, 5, e, 7 and 8 Foster Block. 

Robertson & Harper, 62 Calhoun. 

Robinson J M, s w cor Main and Calhoun. 

Rodabaugh J F, 60 Calhoun. 

Ryan Daniel, 22 E Beny. 

Sinclair & Hanna, 6 and 7 Alergels Block. 

Spencer & Jenkinson, 33 Calhoun. 

Stratton J Q & Bro, 22 E Berry. 

Stratton Robert, s w cor Main and Calhoun. 

Swayne S F, 44 Calhoun. 

Taylor R S, 34 E Berry. 

Walter C W, 32 E Main. 

Worden C H, 34 E Berry. 

Wyeth Newton, 62| Calhoun. 

LEATHER AND PINDrNGS. 
Boer§;er G W, 39 E Main. {See adv, p 89.) 
Freiburger S & Bro, 24 E Main. 



POCKET KNIVES, 



T. J. NOLTON & CO. 
KEYSTONE BLOCK. 



EDWARD SEIDEL- —j^i^^y^smiANCEco.^nd 



AGENT FOB THE BTTPPALO 
GEBMAN INSUBAM-CE CO. and 
FIEEMEKT'S of DAyTOlf. OHIO 



K. L. POLK & CO. S 



*LIGHTNIITG RODS. 
Spice J & Soil,48W Main and 11 Pearl. {See adv,p81.) 

LIMB, PLASTER AND CEMENT. 
Baltes Michael, 3 N Harrison. 
Lillie & Munson, Calhoun opposite Nickle Plate passenger 

depot. 
moellering^ Wm, 53 to 59 Murray. {See adv,p 67.) 

LIQUORS. 

See Wines and Liquors. 

*LITHOGRAPHERS. 

CalTert Lithographing Co, Detroit, Mich. {See 
adv, opp.) 

LIVERY, BOARDING AND SALES STABLES. 
Bariium O P, 91 and 93 E Columbia. 
Briel Frederick, rear Custer House. 
Cosgrove F K jr, 13 and 15 Pearl. 
rietcher J F, 32 Ban-. {See adv, p 93.) 
Glynn Matthias, 53 E Main. {See adv, p 85.) 
Israel Henry, n e cor Clinton and R R track. 
Ligget Bros, 5 and 7 N Harrison. 
Perrin A C, 62 E Wayne. 
Read A J, 18 W Wayne. 
Read H A, 66 Harrison. 
Rippe & Son, 86 Broadway. 
Rosenthal Ephraim, rear Custer House. 
Stapleford & Co, s e cor Lafayette and Columbia. 

LOAN AGENTS. 
Bittinger & Fovbing, 26 and 2V P O Bldg. 
Carier A H, l and 2 Foster Block. {See adv, front cover.) 
Edsall J \¥, 32 E Main. 
Fisher D C, 32 E Berry. 
Hayd'en & Douglass, 26 Court. 
Hays C A, 28 Postoffice Building. 
Jones G W, 1 Seidel Block. 
linnibard S C, 36 Calhoun. 

*LOOKING GLASSES. 
Kaag & Bro, 5 e Columbia. {See bottom lines.) 



TROY STEAM LAUNDRY, g 



PEARI, STEEET, 
Agents wanted In all 
gnrronnding lowni. 



JOHN RABUS, Keeps the largest stock of Fine Goods 

AETISTIO TAILOK —to select from in FOKT WAYNE.- 



FOKT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 463 

LUMBER DEALERS. 

Beaver, Miller & Co, n e cor Francis and Hayden. 
Coombs & Co, s e cor Main and Clinton. 
Diether & Campbell, s s E Superior nr Clinton. 
Hoffman Bros, 200 W Main. {See ndv, p 217.) 
Jacoby Sc Wie^aild, cor Virginia and Monroe. {See 

adv, 2? 47.) 
Klett Jacob, 54 Pearl. 

Peters' Box & Lumber Co The, V9 to loi 

High. {See adv, p 163.) 
Peters J C, n w cor Main and Osage. 
Rhinesmith & Simonson, cor Lafayette and railroad. 
Seavey G W, 5 and 6 Foster Block. 
Torrence Cr K, 21 W Columbia. 



LUMBER MNFRS. 

Ilardvjood. 

UoflTman B-ros, 200 W Main. (See adv, p 217.) 
Long J C W (cigar box), n w cor Wabash tracks and Thomp- 
son ave. 

Peters' Box & liumber Co The, V9 to 101 High. 

{See adv, p 163.) 
Peters J C, n w cor Main and Osage. {See adv,p 218.) 

*LYING-IN-HOSPITAL. 
Thayer Frederick, I7ii Calhoun. {See adv, p 471.) 

*MANTELS AND GRATES. 
Carter &, Son, 29 Clinton. {See adv, p 63.) 

MARBLE WORKS. 

Keller & Brunner, n e cor Main and Griffith. 

Vermont Marble and Oranite Monumental 

Works, Griebel, Wyckoff & Becker Proprs, 74 and 76 W 
Main. {See adv, p 88.) 

MATTRESS MNFRS. 
Keg^elmann Julius, n e cor E Wayne and Walton ave. 

{See adv, p 91.) 
Wolf P E, 33 and 35 Clinton. {See adv, p 59.) 

oKATlOi REVOLVlRo) O&Cij Keystone Block 



Ton Do lA/oIrl Si Tn The OLDEST and CHEAPEST 
UCUi UU ff dlU 0& uUi Dry Goods House in the City 



E. L. POLK & CO.'S 



MEAT MARKETS. 

Driesbach F K, loo Barr. 

Eckart Frederick, 60 Calhoun. 

Eysen John A, 283 Hanna. 

Frank Mendel, 208 Hanna. 

Fry H W, 114 E Lewis. 

Haiber C F, 122 Wells. 

Haller Gottlieb, 366 Calhoun. 

Kabisch Frederick, 135 Fairfield ave. 

Kelsey J T, 22 Harrison. 

Kohn Charles, 42 Maumee road. 

Korn John, 134 Fairfield ave. 

Kuntz Adam, 360 W Main. 

Lantz C F, w s Calhoun 2 s of Pontiac. 

Leikauf J J, 94 Barr. 

Linker H E, 246 Calhoun. 

Noll Upton, 125 Fairfield ave. 

Pfleiderer Jacob, 199 E Washington. 

Kich Edwin, 17 W Berry. 

Ross J P, 42 E Columbia. 

Rowe & Spencer, s s Highland 2 w of Calhoun. 

Shaw D J, 28 Smith. 

Weller Charles, 123 Harrison. 

IVilkens C &, Bros, 112 Broadway. 

Wolf Leopold, 189 Broadway. 

Yobst Aman, 327 Lafayette. 

♦MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTES. 

Fort liVayue Hedical & Surgical Institute, 

143 Calhoun. {See adv, p 177.) 

*MEDICINE MNPRS. 
Sweeney Abraham, 165 E Washington. [See adv, in 
classified Physicians.) 

MERCHANT TAILORS. 

{See also Clothing; also Tailors.) 
Clark J M, 34 E Berry. 
Foster Andrew, 15 W Wayne. 
Friend A I & H, 26 Calhoun. 
Grimme J H & Sons, 114 Calhoun. 
Harding Frederick, 128 Calhoun. 
Kramer B, 35 E Main. {See adv, p. 91.) 
RabUS John, I6 W Berry. {See top lines.) 



#BD. D.WEISELL 



OrrEBS A DENTIL EXPEBf 
ENCE OF OVER 20 YEARS . 
84 CALHOUN STBEET. 



Mg:{T.F.wEiTZMANN}::.rr' 

FORT WAYNE DIEBCTOKY. 465 

Ritter P J, 141 Calhoun. 

Schmitt G & Bro, 70 E Main. 

Seemeir Gottlieb, 134 Broad way. 

Thieme J €i & Bro, 37" and 39 E Columbia. 

Vogel F B, 29 Calhoun. 

Wasiserbach John, 40 Harrison. 

l¥eitxniann T F, 162 Calhoun. {See top lines.) 

Young N B & Co, 27 E Main. 

MID WIVES. 

Mosshammer Mrs Bertha, 84 E Wayne. 
Rathert Amelia, 51 Wilt. 

*MILL FURNISHERS. 
Olds C It & Co, on N Y, C & St L Ry, bet Calhoun and 
Harrison. {See adv, p 3.) 

MILLINERY. 

DelzelS J, 30 Calhoun. 
Hall Mrs S B, 34 W Main. 
Irwin Mrs S E, 18 W Berry. 
Keel Mrs AC, 137 Broadway. 
Kratzsch Herman, 86 Calhoun. 
Krull M & L, 268 E Washington. 
Mergentheim Alexander, n w cor Calhoun and Main. 
Noll & Golden, 14 W Berry. 
Pierr E A, 60 Calhoun. 
Raab Mary L, 175 E Washington. 
Radabaugh Mrs HA, 11 E Columbia. 
Rowe Mrs N B, 256 Calhoun. 
Schilling Miss MB, 31 E Main. 
Stier Mrs G J, 32 Clinton. 
Tompkins C E & Co, 33 E Main. 

MUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. 
(^ee also Organ Mnfrs; also Pianos arid Organs.) 
Hill C L, 34 W Superior. 
Rambo B W, 98 Calhoun. 
Siemon & Bro, 50 Calhoun. (-See back cover.) 

MUSIC TEACHERS. 
Albert Miss J A, 164 E Lewis. 
Foote Mrs O C, 103 Lafayette. 
Fort H'^ayne Conservatory of Music, 22, 24 

and 26 E Main. 



MECHANICS' TOOLS, 



T. J. NOLTON & 00. 
KEYSTONE BLOCK. 



MORGAN & BEACH, Glass and Nails. 



E. L. rOLK & CO. s 



Gable Frederick, 32 W Main. 
Gayling Miss Nettie, 45 N Calhoun. 
Joost Albert, 132 W Jefferson. 
Kellogg Miss I M, 190 Hanna. 
Kimball S W, 136 Jackson. 
Lawrence Stella, 11 E Columbia. ' 
Lounsberry Miss Nettie, 106 Barr. 
Meredith Miss C, 229 W Jefferson. 
Strubey Charles, 81 E Jefferson. 
Ton Rebecca, 248 W Wayne. 
Wells Alice, 43 Lavina. 

WEWS DEALERS. 
Carson John, 182 Calhoun. 
Katt A C & Co, 12 W Berry. 
Keel AC, 139 Broadway. 
Rogers A A, postofEce building. 
Siemon & Bl*0, so Calhoun. {See back cover.) 

NEWSPAPERS. 

Daily. 

Fort Wayne Daily Gazette, 30 E Berry. (See 

adv, opp p 167.) 
Fort WavaeDailv]Ve»vs,19 EMain. {See adv, p 71.) 
Fort i;Vayne Sentinel, E A K Hackett Propr 107 

Calhoun. (See adv, p 73.) 
Indiana Staatis ZeitllUg, n e cor Columbia and 

Clinton. (See adv, p 71.) 
Horning Journal The, 20 E Berry. (See adv, p 73.) 

Weekly. 
Boys' World The, 43 and 44 postoffice building. 
Fort Wayne Dispatch, 13 E Main. 
Fort Wayne Gazette, 30 E Berry. (See adv, opp p 

167.) 
Fort Wayne Sentinel, 107 Calhoun. (See adv,p 73.) 
Fort WaVne Weekly News, 19 E Main. (See adv, 

p 71.) 
Hoosier The, 57 E Columbia. 
Indiana Staats Zeitung:, n e cor Columbia and 

Clinton. (See adv, p 71.) 
Weekly .lonrnal The, 20 E Berry, (See adv,p 73.) 

Monthly. 
American Farmer, 107 Calhoun. 
Fin and Feather The, 19 E Main. 



H. C. GRAFFE, 



Cor. Calhoun and Columbia Sts. Solo Apeiit for 
the Celebrated Uockford Hatches, also a lull liiie 
of all the differeut Americau aud Swiis Watches. 



GENTIEM^H-SWEDDIHG OUTFITS ™™ rF^i'L^S 

FORT WATNB DIEECTOEY. 467 

WOTAKIES PUBLIC. 

Bittinger A H, 26 and 27 Postoffice Building. 

Bossier H H, 5 W Main. 

Carier A H, l and 2 Foster Block. {See adv, front cover.) 

Haiber Frederick, 64 Wells. 

Jones G W, 1 Seidel Block. 

Kerr W J, s w cor Calhoun and Berry. 

Potter P L, 27 Postoffice Building. 

Rekers C A, 7 E Wayne. 

Schrader H C, 22 W Berry. 

Thornton A E, 10 E Berry. 

NOTIONS. 

See Fancy Goods and Notions. 

NURSES. 
Bowers Maria, 268 W Washington. 
Clark Victoria, 5 BrandrifF. 

OCULISTS AND AURISTS. 
Dills T J, 37 W Berry. 
Beaton John, n w cor Calhoun and Columbia. {See 

adv,p 87.) 
Tower li F, 143 Calhoun. {See adv, p 177.) 

OILS. 
See Paints, Oils and Glass. 
Standard Oil Co, s w cor Calhoun and Main. 

OIL MNFRS— LINSEED. 

Hughes Joseph & Co, 20 W Columbia. 

*OIL STOVES. 

Pickard C A & Co, 29 E Cohynbia. 
^I^'ilson George H & Sons, 17 E Columbia,. 

OMNIBUS AND HACK LINE. 
Powers & Barnett, 16, 18 and 20 E Wayne. 

OPTICIANS. 
Kniine F W & Sons, 19 Court. 

RAZORS ^lHEARS^^^°™^ * '°- 



^j KEYSTONE BLOCK. 



ONLY GOOD GOODS GE^Jf^^&^. 



468 E. h. POLK & CO. S 

OBGAN MNPES. 

Fort Wayne Org-an €o. Office and Works e s 

Fairfield ave ^ mile s of city limits. (See adv, p 51.) 

OVERALL MNPBS. 
Hoosier Mnfg Co, 28 to 30 E Berry. 

PAIL MN PRS. 

See Tobacco Pail Mnfrs. 



PAINTERS. 
Carriage. 
Saybold C F, 46 W Main. 

Fresco. 
Ott «fe Huber, 46 W Main. 

Souse and Sign. 
Bernass George, 26 W Main. 
Brimmer J H, 9 Harrison. 
Hild H<?nry, 149 W Main. 
Hull li O, 90 Calhoun. {See top lines.) 
Hull S IV, 39 E Main. 
Nestel EP, 115 E Lewis. 
Starkey O L & Co, 70 Calhoun. 

STranton Stephen, 72 W Baker. {See adv,p 87.) 
Tag Christian, 99' E Washington. 
Wilding- & Son, 191 and 193 Calhoun. 
Yergens Wni jr, 136 Broadway. {See adv, p 44-) 

PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS. 
Oreier & Bro, n w cor Calhoun and Columbia. 
Hull li O, 90 Calhoun. {See top lines.) 
Meyer Bros & Co, 2 and 9 Keystone Block. {See adv, 

p 175.) 
Starkey O L & Co, 70 Calhoun. 
Wilding &. Son, 191 and 193 Calhoun. 
ITergens Wni jr, 136 Broadway. {See adv,p 44.) 

*PAPEB BOX MNPRS. 
HoUiday W P, Detroit, Mich. {See adv, op]}.) 

PAPER DEALERS. 

Wholesale. 
Fisher Bros, 28 E Berry. 
Yohey J M, 30 and 32 E Main. 

I/AAP Pi Don SeU LAMPS OF ALL KINDS cheap 
IXAAu 06 DllUi at No. 5 East Columbia Stree' 




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m STOCK AND PROMPTLY MADE TO ORD^ 



L/~\ T T T T T T Wall Paper, Paints and 
. l^. rl U JL^ JL, Painting, 90 Calhoim St. 



FOET WAYNE DIRECTORY. 



PAPER HANGERS. 
Hnll li O, 90 Calhoun (See toj) lines.) 
Hall S W, 39 E Main. 
Starkey O L & Co, 70 Calhoun. 
Swaiiton Stephen, 72 Baker. {See adv, p 87.) 
\l^ildin§; & Son, 191 and 193 Calhoun. 
Yergens Wm jr, 136 Broadway. {See adv, p U-) 

PAPER PATTERNS. 
Mohr liOnis (Domestic), 64 E Columbia. 



STOCK. 
Biehl II & Co, 209 Calhoun. 

PATENT MEDICINE MNFRS. 
Meyer Bros & Co, 2 and 9 Keystone Block. {See adv, 
]) 175.) 

PATENT SOLICITORS. 
Kerr W J, s w cor Calhoun and Berry. 

PAWNBROKERS. 
Goldsmith Herman, 82 Calhoun. 
Mariotte Horace, 13 W Columbia. 
Shaman Erastas, 7i E Main. 

PERFUMERY MNFRS. 
Biddle T M, 334 W Washington. 

PHARMACISTS-MNFG. 

Keller Medicine Co, 69 to 75 Harrison. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Allen JO, 129 Broadway. 
Barrows F R, 18 W Berry. 
Jones M L, 44 Calhoun. 
Salzmann Wm, 164 Calhoun. 
Shoaff J A, 21 and 23 W Berry. 
Sommer Carl, 30 Calhoun. 

PHYSICIANS. 
Bartely Michael, 103 W Jefferson. 
Bowen G W, 12 W Main. 
Braebach G T, I7i Clinton. 

Table and Carving Knives, 'ii™l™: 



Edward Seidel & Son, .*lf iS?,Sw.M; 



E. L. POLK & CO. S 



A. SWEENEY'S 

Piles and Ulcer Ointment 

Warranted to Cure Piles, Old Sores, and all Scrofulous Eruptions 
of the Skin, Manufactured and sold by 

A. SWEENEY, 165 E. Washington St, FORT WAYNE, IND. 

AND DKUGGISTS GENERALLY. 

Buchman A P, 8 Calhoun. 

Chambers J D, 11 Douglas ave. 

De Vilbiss Allen, 37 W Berry. 

Dills T J, 20 W Berry. 

Dinnen J M, 69 N Wayne. 

Dryer Charles R, office Central Grammar School. 

Ferguson W T, 179 Clinton. 

Fiser & Nieschand, 286 Calhoun. 

Gard Brookfield, 143 Calhoun. {See adv,p 177.) 

Glock Frederick, 2V0 Hanna. 

Green M F, 139 W Main. 

Greenawalt G L, s e cor Calhoun and Columbia. 

Gregg J S, 66 Calhoun. 

Grout Mrs Barbara, 193 Calhoun. 

Harris Ella F, 48 W Wayne. 

Harris L P, 48 W Wayne. 

Heaton C E, 27 Calhoun. 

Hetrick Jacob, 29 W Main. 

Heuchling T W, 82 W Berry. 

Hill Rowland, 69 Melita. 

Hood H C, n w cor Barr and E Washington. • 

Jones J H, 320 W Jefferson. 

lianbach A J, n w cor Ban- and Washington. 

Leatherman J H, 82 Calhoun. 

Leonard P M, 87 Wilt. 

McCaskey G W, s w cor Calhoun and Berry. 

McCausland J W, n w cor E Lewis and Lafayette. 

McCullough Howard, 180 Harrison. 

McCullough T P, 180 Harrison. 

Mcintosh G B, 29 W Main. 

Maine John, 191 Calhoun. 

Martz Christian, 13 W Jefferson. 

Mayer C F, 96 Barr. 

Metcalf S C, n w cor Calhoun and Columbia. 

Myers H S, 157 W Wayne. 

60 PEARL STREET, 
is superior to tliat 
of other Laandrlea. 



Troy Steam Laundry, 



FANCY SUITINGS inUM DADIIC 16 W. Berry street, 
—A Specialty,— JUHN RAdUO -FORT WAYNE- 

FORT WAYNE DIRECTOET. 471 

Myers Wm H, 157 W Wayne. 

Portes M F, 106 Fairfield ave. 

Poyneer G W, 86 Calhoun. 

Prior H W, 18 E Columbia. (See adv, opp p 328.) 

Proegler Carl, 152 W Jefferson. 

Ross G A, 15 E Washington. 

Schmitz Charles, 116 College. 

Schutt L C, 294 Calhoun. 



Established 1881. 

DR. THAYER'S 

PRIVATE LYING-IN INSTITUTE 

47, 49, 51, 53, 54 & 56 Walton Avenue, 
Office, 176 Calhoun Street, FOET WAYNE, IND. 




TO DOCTORS AND THE PUBLIC— Years of experience in tlie regular practice 
of medicine has convinced me of the necessity of a well-conducted Lying-in Home, 
for the protection of unfortunate females during Pregnancy and Confinement. All 
wishing to avail themselves of such an institution will not be disappointed in patron- 



KEYSTONE BLOCK. 



izing me. I have superior accommodations, everything first-class, cosy, and home- 
like ; beautiful, healthful retreat in the environs of the City of Fort Wayne, Indiana. 

Board from $8 to $25 per week, according to length of time they stay, and rooms 
occupied. 

P. S.— When desired, references will be given to physicians who have sent 
patients to my care. 

Any one wishing to adopt a baby, write to me. 

^^Box 1140. FREDERICK THATEB, M.D.,irort Wayne, Ind. 

Lying-in Home, 47, 49, 51, 53, 54 and 56 Walton Ave. Ofdce, 176 Calhoun Street. 

BUILDERS' HARDWARE. '"''"■^™''*™ 



OOMESTIC GOODS 



-A-t JLiO-vrost E'rices at 
O-eo. X)e ■Wald. <Sa Co.'s 



472 E. L. POI.K & co.'s 



Smith C S, 38 Douglas ave. 

Stemen C B, s w cor Calhoun and Berry. 

Sweringen H V, 197 W Wayne. 

Thaver Frederick, 176 Calhoun. {See adv,p 471.) 

Tower I. F, 143 Calhoun. {See adv, p 177.) 

Trexler Lesher, 189 E Jefferson. 

Van Buskirk A E, 294 Calhoun. 

Virgil T S, 70 Harrison. 

Vordermark Ernst, Maumee road 1 s of Glasgow ave. 

Wheelock K K, 94 Calhoun. 

Whery W P, 94 Calhoun. 

Woodworth B S, 12 E Berry. 

Worden J W, 97 E Jefferson. 

Younge J W, 328 Calhoun. 

PIANOS AND ORGANS. 

See Organ Mnfrs; also Music and Musical Instruments. 
Anderson T P, 98 Calhoun. 
Baldwin D H & Co, 15 W Main. 
Taylor I N, 10 E Berry. 

PICTUBES AND PICTURE FRAMES. 
Mayer J M, 142 Calhoun. 

Siemon & Bro, 50 Calhoun. {See back cover.) 
Smith A J, 142 Broadway. 
Stockbridge N P, 15 E Columbia. 

PLANING MILLS. 

{See also Sash, Doors and Blinds.) 

Cochrane & Hnmphrey, loi Pearl. {See adv, p 99.) 

Glass, Scheiman & Co, s s Taylor 2 e of Broadway. 
HofTman Bros, 200 W Main. (See adv, p 217.) 
JaCOby & ~Wieg^aild, cor Virginia and Monroe. 

Peters' Box &, L<nniber Co The, 79 to 101 High. 

{See adv,p 163.) 
Rhinesmith & Simonson, retail office 21 W Columbia, mill cor 
Lafayette and railroad. 

PLATE GLASS. 
lIorg:au & Beach, 19 and 21 E Columbia. 
Yergems 'Wlll jr, 136 Broadway. {See adv,p 44-) 

PLATING WORKS. 

Schild J S, 35 E Main. 



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FEES A DENTAL EXPEKI" 

ENCE OF OVER 20 TEAKS . 

34 CALHOUN STBKFT 



T.F.WEITZMANN 



Makes UlotheB in t&e most fasblon- 



FOET WAYNE DIRECTORY. 



PLOW MNPBS. 
{See also Agricultural Implements.) 
Ed^erton J K, 57 to 65 W Main. {See adv, p 49.) 
Fort IVayne Steel Plow liV^orks, s w cor Main 

and Maiden Lane. {See adv, p 49.) 

PLUMBERS, STEAM AND GAS FITTERS. 
Boweu G R, no Calhoun. {See adv, p lOS.) 
Hattersley A &, Son^ 48 E Main. {See embossed line 

on hack cover.) 
Ogden Robert, 112 Calhoun. {See embossed line on 

front cover.) 

*POP MNFRS. 
Brames L & Co, 29 and 31 Bam {See adv, p 7.) 

PORK PACKERS 

{See also Meat Markets.) 
Eckart Frederick, 60 Calhoun. 

POTASH MNPRS. 

Strasburg Christian, foot E Main. 

POTTERIES. 

Post Bernard, 284 W Main. 

POWDEIV-HERCULES. 
Jenne C R, 88 Barr. {See adv, p 75.) 

PRINTERS. 

Book and Job. 

Boys' World The, 4.3 and 44 Postoffice Building. {See 

adv, p 79.) 
Fort Wayne Daily Gazette, 30 E Berry. {See 

adv, opp p 167.) 
Fort Wayne Journal, 20 E Berry. {See adv, p 73.) 
Fort Wayne Sentinel, 107 Calhoun. {Seeadv,p 73.) 
Indiana Staats Zeitnng, 57 E Columbia. {See 

adv, p 71.) 
Newspaper Union The, 57 E Columbia. 
Page, Taylor & Co, 19 E Main. {See adv, p 71.) 

PRODUCE. 
Bash S &, Co, 22 and 24 W Columbia. 
Scott J A, 45 E Columbia. {See adv,p 97.) 
Thorward & Deudel, I6 W Columbia, {e^ee adv, p 97.) 



POCKET KNIVES, 



T. J. NOLTON & CO. 
KEYSTONE BLOCK. 



MORGAN & BEACH, 



Cross-Cut Saws 

^And AXES. 



474 R. L. POLK & CO.'S 



PROVISIONS. 

Wholesale. 
Bond Bakery, 96 Calhoun. 

PUMP MNFES AND DEALERS. 

morgan & Beach, 19 and 21 E Columbia. 

Spice J & Son, 4S WMain and 11 Pearl. {Seeadv,p81.) 

Worden J W, 19 Harrison. {See adv,p 99.) 



*RANGES. 
Carter & Son, 29 Clinton. {See adv,p 63.) 

REAL ESTATE. 

Bittinger and Forbing, 26 and 27 Postoffice Building. 

Bittinger G L, 44 Calhoun. 

Carter A H, 1 and 2 Foster Block. {See adv, front cover.) 

d'Isay Isaac, 62 Calhoun. {See adv, backbone and p 61.) 

Edsall J W, 32 E Main. 

Fisher D C, 32 E Berry. 

Glutting, Bauer & Michael, 7 Court. 

Graham & Thornton, 10 E Berry. {See adv, p 93.) 

Hayden F J, 68 Barr. 

Hayden & Douglass, 26 Court. 

Hays Charles A, 28 Postoffice Building. 
Jones G W, 1 Seidel Block. 
Jones L M, 26 Court. 

Knhne & Co, 19 Court. 

liUmbard S C, 36 Calhoun. 
Miller & Bossier, 5 W Main. 
Miner B D, 91 WMain. 
Monning Henry, 24 Clinton. 
Potter PL, 27 Postoffice Building. 
Randall F P, 24 Clinton. 
Rupert Ira, 7 E Wayne. 
Schrader H C, 22 W Berry. 

*RENTAL AGENTS. 
Schrader H C, 22 W Berry. 



SILVER WARE, 



GOLD PENS, GOID and 8ILTEB HEADED 
CANES, BRONZES and FANCY GOODS. H. C. 
GKAFFE, Cor. Calbonn and Colombia Sts. 



FANCY SUITINGS inUM DADIIC 16 W. Berry street, 
—A Specialty,— JUnDI llADUO -FOKT WAYNE- 

FORT M'ATNB DIRECTORY. 475 

RESTAURANTS. 
Ahern Thomas, n w cor 1st and Harrison. 
Burns E & Co, 88 Calhoun. 
Delmonico, Wm Bradley proprietor, 29 E Main. 
Erwin John, 12 Harrison. 
Fox George & Son, 25 E Main. 

Geismar Adolph, ll E Main. {See bottom edge.) 
Crlobe Chop House and Restaarant, ii E Main. 

{See bottom edge.) 
Harmon S W, 278 Calhoun. 
Hill H H, 74 Barr. 
Hyer Edward, 245 Calhoun. 
Kocher John, 13 Harrison. 
Lamb W T, 16 W Main. 
Lunceford D C, 213 Lafafette. 
Honnts E P, 257 Calhoun. 
Hull J H, 2 and 3 Railroad. 
Heidel E & Son, 52| Calhoun and Nickel Plate depot. 

{See top lines.) 
Senker Herman, 1 Railroad. 
Sorg Joseph J, 61 E Main. 
Tompkins P G, 270 and 270^ Calhoun. 
Wagner Rupert, 7 E Main. 

ROAD MACHINES. 

Fleming mnfg Co, 78 High. {See adv, p 16^) 
Pennock S & Sons Co, 358 Calhoun. {See adv,p 2.) 

*ROOr CRESTING, WEATHER VANES AND TOWER 
ORNAMENTS. 

Barnum The E T, Wire and Iron TVorks, 

Detroit, Mich. 

ROOFERS. 

Gravel. 
McGinnis Daniel, 96 Franklin ave. 
Slate. 
Humphreys & Geroir, 230 Calhoun. {See adv, p 95.) 
Welch & Baker, 190 Calhoun. 

Tin and Iron. 
Pressler John, 98 Barr. 
Staub Bros, 16 E Columbia. 

MECHANICS' TOOLS, lA^^^SSlS^. 



GEO. DeWALD&CO.YZ. FINE DRESS GOODS 



R. L. POLK & CO. S 



*BYE FLOUR MILLS. 
Kalbacher A, 65 E Columbia. 

SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKERS. 

See Harness and Saddle Mnfrs. 

SADDLERY HARDWARE. 

Rogers, Lewis & Co, 31 E Columbia. 

SAFETY VALVES. 
Kunkle E B, 95 Barr. 

SALOONS. 

Ahern Thomas, n w cor Harrison and 1st. 

Alter George J, 25 Force. 

Aufrecht C F, 36 W Main. 

Berghoff Bros, e end E Washington. 

Boltz Fred C, 37 Calhoun. {See adv,p 8.) 

Boltz & Beebe, 83 Calhoun. 

Brothner J G, 136 Calhoun. 

Brannan J H, 72 E Main. 

Bueshing Henry, 11 W Columbia. 

Burns E & Co, 88 Calhoun. 

€asso Frank A, 241 Calhoun. 

Certio J & Co, 116 Wells. 

Clutter W M, 26 W Main. 

Dennis Michael, 74 E Columbia and 181 E Wayne. 

DeTurk Lebanon, 26 Harrison. 

Dierstein Samuel, 36 Fairfield ave. 

Docter W A, 49 E Main. 

Drew S A, 319 W Main. 

Dukeman Augustus, 84 Calhoun. 

Eckerle Albert, 223 Calhoun. 

Ehrman Coleman, 64 E Main. 

Entemann Christian, 13 E Main. 

Epple Gottlieb, 184 Fairfield ave. 

Ferckel Martin, 31 Clinton. 

Figel F C, 121 Wells. 

Figel & Son, 54 Wells. 

Fitzgerald Francis, 28 Clinton. 

Gaetje John, 179 Calhoun. 

Gauggle Joseph, 13 W Wayne. 

Gebert Alfred, 60 E Columbia. 

MKK^ ib RRH -?^^ Majolica Ware and Hand-painted 



Plates, at No. 5 East Columbia Street. 



L/^ T T T T T T Paints, Oils, Vamistes and 
. Ky, JTT. U JL»JL», Glass, at 90 Oalioun St. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 



Geistdoerfer & Bro, 221 Lafayette. 
Gerardin Hypolite, 28 E Columbia. 
Gillett Hollis, 36 Barr. 
Goodman F X, 10 W Main. 
Gorrell S R, 201 Lafayette. 
Graf Philip, 335 Lafayette. 
Grothaus Henry, 162 Holman. 
Gruber Michael, 16 Wilt. 
Haberkorn E F, 74 Calhoun. 

Hammill Harry, 6 E Columbia. 
Heckler George, 44 W Main. 
Heiny E J, 22 W Main. 
Hey A A, 232 W Main. 
Hoch Wm, 313 Lafayette. 
Hollenbeck F W A, 140 Calhoun. 
Hortsmeyer Henry, 2 Fairfield ave. 
Hunt Thomas, n end Spy Run ave. 
Haxoll Aug:nst, 90 Barr. 
Hylands Charles, 119 Fairfield ave. 
Keinz Phillip, 30V Lafayette. 
Kelley J B, 72 E Columbia. 
Kelley M M, 250 Calhoun. 
Knock & Pens, 173 Broadway. 
Korn August, 194 Broadway. 
Langard Joseph, 70 E Columbia. 
Lassus J B, 267 E Wayne. 
Lauer John, 150 Barr. 
Lazzarini Amadeo, 37 Barr. 
Leichner John, 1 Keystone Block. 
Leichner & Wagner, 274 Calhoun. 
Liebenguth Charles, 26 E Columbia. 
Lindermann E W, 24 E Berry. 
Lindlag W H, 31 Calhoun. 
Lordier August, 20 Clinton. 
Lordier Philip, 138 Calhoun. 
Xunceford D C, 213 Lafayette. 
McCain J H, rear 20 W Berry. 
Martin Alexander, 37 W Main. 
Mannok Edward, 96 Broadway. 
Mayer Jacob, 6 Force. 
Michael Frederick, 17 W Main. 
Miller Philip, 119 W Jefferson. 
Motsch Frederick, 28 W Main. 
Neuensch wander I M, 46 E Columbia. 

IVewcoilier Christian, n w cor Calhoun and Chi- 
cago. 

RAZORS @ SHEARS) keystone block! 



Eilfaril SeiAel & Soi ■^"*''^^ ''^ ""^ ■" 



FORT WAYNE; go and try it, 



478 E. L. POLK & CO.'S 



Nieter C H, 67 E Main. 

Ofenloch Valentine, 30 Force. 

Ortlieb George, 76 Calhoun. 

Pequignot Joseph, 91 Harmer. 

Prince Isaac, 26 Wells. 

Ranke & Rehnen, 77 Calhoun. • 

Rehnen Bernai-d, 18 Harrison. 

Rekers Gerhard, 116 W Washington. 

Riedle Anton, 185 Fairfield ave. 

Riethmiller George & Son, s e cor Broadway and Taylor. 

Rosenberger Charles, 104 Calhoun. 

Rossellot Frederick, 14 E Columbia. 

Sarazen A G, 48 E Columbia. 

Sauser Louie, 188 Calhoun. 

Schalk Catherine, 52 W Main. 

Schalk Lena, 168 W Wain. 

Schank Louis, 62 E Columbia. 

ScheflFer John & Co, 13 Grand. 

Scheie Frank, 86 Barr. 

Schiemer Frank & Co, 264 Calhoun. 

Schnoesenberg Andrew, 4i E Main. 

Schoppman Wm, 213 Hanna. 

Schroeder C L, 27 W Columbia. 

Schultz Peter, 45 E Main. 

Shea Cornelius, 82 Fairfield ave. 

Spiegel G E, 183 Broadway. 

Stotz Ulrich, 21 E Main. 

Struver Wm, 66 E Main. 

Strodel G A, 127 Calhoun. 

Strodel J G-, 54 E Main. {See adv, p 87.) 

Summers James, 262 Calhoun. 

Tagtmeyer Frederick, s s Highland 1 w of Calhoun. 

Thieme J A, 170 Broadway. 

Tritschler J P, 148 W Main. 

Voors J G, 150 Calhoun. 

Wagner Rupert, 7 E Main. 

Webber M ]\r, 39 Calhoun and 3 E Main. {See adv, 

p 293.) 
Weisenburger George, 299 W Main. 
Wessell John jr, 273 Hanna. 

Westenfeld Conrad, 120 Calhoun. 
Wilcox Isaac, Robinson House Block. 
Woulfe Patrick, 268 Calhoun. 
Young John, 15 Grand. 
Zern Xavier, 342 Hanna. 
Zoeller & Merz, 372 Calhoun. 



TROY STEAM LAUNDRY, 



50 Pearl Street, is 



FANCY SUITINGS inUKI DADIIC16W. Berry Street, 
—A Specialty,— JUllIN IiAdUo -FOKT WAYNE- 



FOET WAYNE DIRECTOEY. 479 

SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS. 

Cochrane & Humphrey, loo Pearl. {See a(lv,p99.) 
Diether & Campbell, s s E Superior nr Clinton. 
Draker & Co, 19 W Columbia. 
Jacoby & lVie§^aud, cor Virginia and Monroe. {See 

adv, p Jfl.) 
Rhinesmith & Simonson, retail office 21 W Columbia, mill 

cor Lafayette and railroad. 

SAW-MILLS. 
Baker Kilian, cor Superior and Lafayette. 
Hoffman Bros, 200 W Main. {See ado,p 217.) 
Peters' Box & liuniber Co The, 79 to 101 High. 

{See adv, p 163.) 
Peters J C, n w cor Main and Osage. {See adv, p 218.) 
Tagtmeyer David, n w cor Cass and N Y, C & St L Ry. 

SAW-MILL MACHINERY. 
Hoffflian J R <& Co, 200 W Main. {See adv, p 217.) 
Olds C L & Co, on N Y, C & St L Ry, bet Harrison and 

Calluiun. {See adv, p 3.) 

SAW REPAIRERS. 

Gorhaui Marcus, 19 Harrison. 

"Wilson G & Bro, s e cor Calbouu and Lewis. 

SCHOOL FURNITURE. 
Siemon Sl Bro, 50 Calhoun. (A^ee back cover.) 

SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. 

l^Vestminster Home School for Young' La- 
dies 2.M W Main. {See adu, p 5.) 

SECOND-HAND GOODS. 
Baals & Co, 59 E Main. 
Bennett J F, 22 E Columbia. 
Mariotte Horace, 13 W Main. 
Self J N, 207 Calhoun. 
Shuman Erastus, 7i E Main. 
Soliday S D, 6.3 E Main. 

SEWER PIPE. 

moellering Wm, 53 "to 59 Murray. {See adv, p 67.) 
59 

MECHANICS' 10018/^"°"™''^°° 



\^ KEYSTONE BLOCK. 



For KID GLUVES Ceo. OeWaTd & Co/s 



4H0 E. L. POLK & CO.'S 

SEWING MACHINES. 
Conrad George, 65 E Main. 
Lechler H M, 98 Calhoun. 

Miller W B (New White), 19 W Berry. (See adv, p 85.) 
Mohr liOnis. (Domestic), 64 E Columbia. 
Sing^er Unfg^ Co The, 73 Calhoun. 

SHIRT MAKERS. 
Fowler G S, 102 Calhoun. 

SIGNS— WIRE OPEN WORK. 

Barn am The E T l¥ire and Iron IVorks, 

Detroit, Mich. 

*SII.VERWARE. 

OralTe H C, n e cor Calhoun and Columbia. {See bottom 
lines.) 

SOAP MNPRS. 
O'Rourke, miller & Co, 6 to 12 Glasgow ave. {See 
adv,p 55.) 

*SODA AND MINERAL WATER MNPRS. 
Brames !< & Co, 29 and 31 Barr. {See, adv, pi 7.) 

SPICE MILLS. 

See Coffee and Spice Mills. 

*SPORTING GOODS. 
Krohne & Raquet, 79 Calhoun. {See adv, p 93.) 

SPRING BEDS. 
Fowler Mnfg Co, 77 Calhoun. 

STAIR BUILDERS. 

Cochrane & Humphrey, 100 Pearl. {See adv, p 99.) 
Jacoby & "Wieg^and, cor Virginia and Monroe. {See 

adv,p Jf7.) 
Wellmann & Hohnhaus, s e cor Fairfield ave and Baker. 

STAVES AND HEADING. 

Ranke, Yergens & Co, W Superior cor Griffith. 



^^^ WFI^FI I '^ ARTIFICIAL TEETH 

^^PSCU^ ffl.IOL.LL U NATURAL EXPRESSION ( 



Resiore iha 
fullness and 
of th* FACE. 



T' r lirriTTtJ AMI^I loa oamoun street, makeg <*« 
r W r I I / Ivl A N IM ^^st Clothes for the Money in 
I I I f I Ul I ^ITinillll the CITY OP FORT ■WTATNE, 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 401 

STEAMSHIP AGENTS. 

Beach Frederick, 19 and 21 E Columbia. 

Carier A H, l and 2 Foster Block. {See adv, front cover.) 

Kuhne & Co, 19 Court. 

Ijailferty Isaac, 3 Aveline House Block. 

Sieilion & Bro, so Calhoun. {See back cover.) 

American Line, Siemon & Bro agents, 50 Calhoun. 

Anchor Line, Siemon & Bro agents, 50 Calhoun. 

Bordeaux Line, Siemon & Bro agents, 50 Calhoun. 

Compagnie Generale Transatlantique,A H Carier agent, 1 and 

2 Foster Block. 
Hamburg-American Packet Co, Siemon & Bro agents, 50 

Calhoun. 
Inman Line, Siemon & Bro agents, 50 Calhoun. 
Italian Line, Siemon & Bro agents, 50 Calhoun. 
IJorth Grerman Lloyd, Siemon & Bro agents, 50 Calhoun. 
Red Star Line, Siemon & Bro agents, 50 Calhoun. 
Rotterdam Line, Siemon & Bro agents, 50 Calhoun. 
State Line, Siemon & Bro agents, 50 Calhoun. 



STENCIL CUTTERS. 

Kroline & Baqiiet, 79 Calhoun. {See adv, 2^ ■ 
Miller C H, 24 W Main. 



STENOGRAPHERS. 

Logan T J, 62^- Calhoun. 

STEREOTYPERS. 

The Newspaper Union, 57 E Columbia. 

STIRRUP MNPRS. 

Thompson B S, n w cor Thompson ave and Wabash Ry. 

STONE TARDS. 
{See also Marble Works.) 
lIoellei*in§^ IVni, 53 to 59 Murray. {See adv, p 67.) 
Geake Win & J J, 88 and 90 Pearl. {See adv, p 81.) 

*STORAGE. 
Baals & Co, 59 E Main. 

OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS, ^i;«™i* 



Morgan 



&n_„^L FARMERS and MECHANICS' 
beaGn, — TOOLS. — 



482 R. L. POLK & CO.'S 



STOVES AND TINWARE. 
{See also Hardware.) 
Ash H J, 9 E Columbia. 
DeWald Henry, 80 Barr. 
Freiburger G W & Bro, 185 Broadway. 
Graffe G W & Co, 132 Calhoun. 
Grifiiths W E, 120 and 122 Broadway. 
Gruber & Gray, 364 Calhoun. 
Luegring Anthony, 79 E Washington. 
Pickard C A & Co, 29 E Columbia. 
Scharf C A, 195 Lafayette. 
Staub Bros, 16 E Columbia. 
Wilson George H & !!^OUS, 17 E Columbia. 

SURVEYORS. 

See Civil Engineers and Surveyors. 

TAILORS. 

{See also Merchant Tailors.) 
Kayser Frederick, 42 Harrison. 
Koenig Frederick, 58 W Main. 
Kruse Charles, 12 Harrison. 
Luhnian Wm, 314 E Washington. 
Mayer Louis, 138 Harrison. 
Motz George, 10 Harrison. 
Muehlfeith John, 40 Wells. 

Rieg Joseph, 137 Calhoun. {See adv, p. 218.) 
Schmalz Charles, 51 W Washington. 
Schoch A F, 4U W Main. 
Schoenlein C B,''47 W Main. 
StauflFer Gottlieb, 135 Calhoun. 

*TANNERY MACHINERY. 
Olds C I. & Co, on N Y, C & St L Ry bet Calhoun and 
Harrison. {See adv, p S.) 

• TAXIDERMISTS. 

Smith E H, 18 W Columbia. 
Tresselt Uerinaun, I8 Clinton. {See adv, p 97.) 

TEAS, COFFEES AND SPICES. 
Garvey P H, 224 Calhoun. {See adv, p 77.) 



Lasson PH. 12 E Columbia. 



MARBLE CLOCKS, Of every description of my own 

Opera Glasses and Spectacles JS?.caf^rna?i^oi?^^iS 



inUN RARIIQ ^^^-.^^^^1™'^% %^'cli?jii_-M'pi' 



16 West Berry St., FORT WAYNE. 



FORT WATNE DIRECTORY. 



TELEGRAPH COMPANIES. 

Western Union, 67 Calhoun. 

TELEPHONE COMPANIES. 

Central Union Telephone Co, 34 Calhoun. 

THEATRES. 

See Amusements, Places of. ' 

TILE MNFRS. 
Winch C J & Son, 310 Maumee road. 

TINNERS' STOCK. 
Ash H J, 9 E Columbia. 

'Wilson George H «& Sons, 17 E Columbia. 

TINSMITHS. 

See Stoves and Tinware. 

*TINWARE. 
Diehl M & Co, 209 Calhoun. 
Pressler John, 98 Barr cor Wayne. 

TOBACCO DEALERS. 

(^See also Cigars and Tobacco.) 
Reinewald R C, 178 Calhoun. {See adv, back of page 
op]} inside back cover.) 

*TOBAOCO PAIL MNFRS. 

Cottomoood. 

Peters' Box & Lumber i)o The, 79 to loi High. 

{See adv, p 163.) 

*TOILET ARTICLES. 
Thieme T F, 94 Calhoun. 

*TOOLS-MACHINISTS. 
Nolton T J & Co, 22 Calhoun. 

TRANSPORTATION COS. 

Empire Line, 26 Court. 

Erie & Pacific Desjjatch, 4 Aveline House Block. 

Great Western Despatch, 4 Aveline House Block. 

oKA I toj KtVULVtKo) &Ci) Keystone Block! 



Coloreil Sis at Low Prices ceo. d. tm « m's 



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Merchants Despatch, 102 Calhoun. 

South Shore Line, 4 Aveline House Block. 

Star Union Line, 93 Calhoun. 

TRUNKS AND VALISES. 
Bennett J F, 22 E Columbia. 
Fisher Bros, 28 E Berry. 
Johns A S, 10 E.Columbia. 

UNDERTAKERS. 
Fink Charles, 37 Maiden Lane. (See adv,p 97.) 
Hall H B, 380 Calhoun. {See adv, ]} 75.) 
Peltier «F C, 17 W Wayne. [See adv, back cover.) 
Scheumann & Schoppmann, 39 W Wayne. 

UPHOLSTERERS. 
■Wolf P E, 33 and 35 Clinton. {See adv, p 59.) 

*VAULT CLEANERS. 
Myers Bros, 66 Douglas ave. 

*VENEER SAW-MILLS. 
HoflTinan Bros, 200 W Main. {See adv, p 217.) 
Peters' Box & liUiuber Co The, 79 to 101 High. 
{See adv, p 163.) 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 
Barnnm G P, 91 and 93 E Columbia. 
Fogerty Edward, I6 Harrison. 

Langtry Walter, 7 N Harrison. 
Rath August, 131 Griffith. 
Read H A, 66 Harrison. 

VINEGAR MNERS. 
{See also Cider and Vinegar Mnfrs). 
HofTmann C A, 189 Calhoun. {See adv, p 77.) 

*WAGON JACKS MNFRS. 

Torrence O K & Co, 21 W Columbia. 

WALL PAPER. 
Hull li O, 90 Calhoun. {See top lines.) 
fSiemon & Bro, 50 Calhoun. {See back cover.) 
Starkey O L & Co, 70 Calhoun. 

1/ A AP fff DDn S^ll Chamber and Toilet Sets at low 
IVAAU Otf DllUi prices, at No. 5 East Columbia Street. 



L/~\ TJ T T T T Wall Paper and Decora- 
, \_J , 1~1 U JL, JLj tions, at 90 Calhoun St. 



FORT WAYNE DIEBCTOET. 



Stockbridge N P, 15 E Columbia. 

Wilding & Son, 191 and 193 Calhoun. 

Yergens Wm jr, 136 Broadway. {iSeeadv,p 44.) 

WASHING MACHINE MNPES. 
Horton llllfg' Co The, n w cor W Main and Osage. 
Lewis Jonathan, 142 W Main. {See adv, p 79.) 
]||f Org'an &. IS each, 19 and 21 E Columbia. 

WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY. 

Caps Rinehold, 56 E Main. 

GrafTe H C» n e cor Calhoun and Columbia. [/See bottom 

lines.) 
Pietz J F, 80 Calhoun. 
Rambo B W, 98 Calhoun. 
Schliebitz F W, 82 Calhoun. 
Stoehr J, 139 Broadway. 

Trenklev & ScheraEiikger, is Calhoun. 
Voirol F J, "Vsi Calhoun. 

*WATEB MOTORS. 
Bo wen G R, no Calhoun. (See adv, p 103.) 

WHEEL MNFRS. 

Boseker, White & Co, e end Wayne on N T, C & St L Ry. 
Olds N G & Sons, s e cor Lafayette and Wabash railway. 

*WIND MILLS. 
Spice J & Son, 48 W Main and 11 Pearl. {See adv,p 81.) 

WINES AND LIQUORS. 
Wholesale. 
Bourie L T & Co, 37 E Main. 
Falk &, lianiley, 24 E Columbia. 
Nathan Charles & Co, 21 W Main. 
IVathan Julius & Co, 25 W Main. 
Trentman A C, 56 and 58 Calhoun. 
Wile Isaac & Co, 8 Calhoun. 

Retail. 
{See also Saloons.) 
Boltz Fred C, 37 Calhoun. {See adv,p 8.) 
Boltz & Beebe, 83 Calhoun. 
Doehrlnenn & Hitzeinann, 56 Barr. 
Enteniann Christian, 13 E Main. 

OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS, yi™£5 



ESwaril Seliel & Son, 



Iml Eon anil Fine Gate Balery, 

52!^ CALHOXTBT STBEET. 



486 K. L. POLK & CO. S FORT WAYNE DIEECTOET. 

Hoch ¥Vm, 313 Lafayette. 
Meyer W D, 227 Lafayette. 
Sallier Francis, 66 E Columbia. 

8enker Herman, i Railroad. 

"Webber II ]V, 39 Calhoun and 3 E Main. {See adv, 
p 393.) 

WIRE CLOTH. 

{J^or Fanning Mills and Threshing Machines.) 

Barnum The E T Wire and Iron W^orks, 

Detroit, Mich. 

WOOD DEALERS. 

See Goal and Wood Dealers. 

*WOOD WORKING MACHINERY. 
Olds C li & Co, on N Y, C & St L Ry bet Calhoun and 
Harrison. {/See adv,p 3.) 

WOOL DEALERS. 

Bash & Co, 22 and 24 W Columbia. 

French, Hanna & Co, 96 E Superior. 



WOOLEN MILLS. 
French, Hanna & Co, 96 E Superior. 



o^TJTionsr. 

Pay no money in advance to itinerant Directory Canvassers. 
"We are led to mention this from the fact that certain parties 
have been fraudulently using om- publications as specimens, 
and by that means collecting moneys in advance. Before 
gigning an order, see that it has flie name of B. L. POLK & 
CO. printed thereon. We ask no payment until the work is 
delivered, and our solicitors have strict orders not to take 
payment for either advertisements or subscriptions. 

R. L. POLK & CO. 



CEMAL OFFICE TBQY LAIDRY smioi STii 



R. L. POLK & CO.'S 

DIRECTORY 



AUBTJEN, BLUPFTON, DEOATUE, COLUMBIA OITT, HUNTING- 
TON, NEW HAVEN and KENDALL VILLE, IND., 
ANTWEEP and VAN WEET, OHIO. 



ANTWERP. OHIO. 

A prosperous village ou W., St. L. & P. Ry, in Carryall 
township, Paulding county, 15 miles from Paulding, the seat 
of justice, 22 from Fort Wayne and 71 from Toledo. The 
prominent industries are 2 pail factories, a flouring mill, 1 
stave and lumber mill, 2 hoop manufactories and a planing 
mill. Here are also 2 good hotels, various churches and 
schools, and a goodly number of stores and shops, as shown in 
the directory following. Tel., W. U. Settled in 1841. 
Population, 1,200. Mrs. Emeline Murphy, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Antwerp Argus (weekly), Wm E Osborne propr. 

Antwerp Hub and Spoke Co, Henry Harris pres, Lewis S 

Gordon sec and treas, Pharon P Doering supt, mnfrs 

staves and lumber. 
Applegate Oliver S, grocer. 
Banks Thomas J, grocer. 

Barnett D J & Joe (David J and Joseph), livery. 
Barnett John F, blacksmith. 
Berno John E, agt W, St L & P Ry. 
Bond Jesse H, city marshal. 
Busby George W, barber opposite the PostoflBce and near W, 

St L & P Ry depot. 
Carpenter Charles S, justice of peace. 
Cave Thomas, physician and surgeon. 
Champion, Munson & Co (Thomas G and Joseph Champion, 

Eli C Munson), pail mnfrs. 



BLACK SILKS CHEAP -"" 



GEO.DeWALD&OO.'S 



B. L. POLK & CO. 



Cline Henry, shoemaker. 

Coffelt George, shoemaker and confectioner. 

Cromley Wm R, livery. 

Curtis David W, lawyer. 

Daggett Wm R, meat market. 

Doering Charles A, express agent. 

Downing Miss May, milliner. 

Dunderman Jacob, carriages and wagons. 

Emanuel Mrs E C, drugs, books and wall paper. 

Exchange House, Harris & Doering proprs. 

farmers' Restaurant, Wm H Kauffman Propr. {See 

adv,p 490). 
Fisher Cyrene, furniture and painter. 
Fronfield Bros (Solomon P and Charles C), produce. 
Gay J P & Co (Mrs J P Gay, E P Stout), pail mnfrs. 
George & White (Henry George, Benjamin J White), general 

store, mnfrs staves and heading. 
Gordon Bros (Lewis H and Harry H), hardware. 
Graves Joseph M, bakery and restaurant. 
Hallinan Thomas, saloon. 
Hamelin Rev Armand (Catholic). 
Harris & Doering (Perminus F Harris, Charles A Doering), 

proprs Exchange House. 
Harris & Graves (Edwin O and Thomas B Harris, Thomas 

A Graves), general store. 
Hig^gins Win H, Manufacturer and Dealer in Shaved 

Round Hoops. 
Hill Wm J, druggist. 
Hockaday Miss M C, Milliner and Dressmaker. {See 

adv, opp.) 
Huber Charles, saloon. 
Johnson & McNabb (James L Johnson, Wm C McNabb), 

blacksmiths. 
KanflTman Wm H, Propr Farmers' Restaurant. {See 

adv,p 490.) 
Kelly Patrick, saloon. 
Lamb Frank H, barber. 
liCpper John L, Carriage and Wagon Mnfr. {See adv, 

opp.) 
Long Frank, mayor. 

Long J A & Co (John A and Mrs E J Long), general store. 
Long & Zubor (George A Long, David Zuber), groceries. 
Lutz Jacob, propr Summit House. 
McCabe John R, Cooper and Barrel Hoop Mnfr. {See 

adv, opp.) 
McCann Archibald C, physician. 



^HH WEISELL, denWst, 



!^S.?Z^ S'^ Oalhonn Street, 
POET WAYNE, IND. 



ANTWERP DIRECTORY. 



JOHN L. LEPPER, 

CARRIAGEiWAGON MANUFACTDRER 




ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING DONE TO ORDER. 

-A- 3^ T ^^j^ E IS :e=, O IE^ I o. 



MILLINERY 




DRESS AND 

CLOAK JIAKINfi. 

Main Street, 

ANTWERP, OHIO. 



JOHN R. MCCABE, 

ANTWERP, OHIO, 




MANUFACTDRER OF ALL KINDS OF ROUND BOOPS. 



SHAVED ROUND HOOPS A SPECIALTY.'"- 



Morgan & Beach, 



RUBBER and LEATHER BELTING 

And PACKINGS. 



490 E. L. POLK & CO. S 



McDanel & Jones (Adam McDanel, Wm A Jones), druggists 
and physicians. 

McGuire Wm T, saloon and billiards. 

Mears George W, saloon. 

Miller John, painter. 

Mooney Patrick H, boots and shoes. 

Mote John R, photographer. 

Murphy Mrs Emeline, postmaster. 

Murphy Van B, stationer. 

Osborn Wm E, books and stationery. 

Reeb Joseph, hardware and farm implements. 

Saylor& Fleck (Jacob Saylor, Wm F Fleck), grain. 

Schilb Mrs J M, furniture and undertaking. 

Smith James, bakery and restaurant. 

Snook Bros & Co (Wilson H and Byron Snook, Charles Har- 
ris), flouring mills. 

Snook & McCabe (Wilson H Snook, George F McCabe), 
lawyers. 

Snook Wm N, city treasurer, justice and collection agent. 

Summit House, Jacob Lutz propr. 

Weismantel Frank, wagonmaker. 

Whelan John P, shoemaker. 

Wilson Wm D, harness manufacturer. 

'Woodcock Bernard B, Physician. 

Zuber Francis, grocer. 

Zuber John B, general store. 

Zuber Joseph H, plasterer. 



FARMERS' RESTAURAHT 

WM. H. KAUFFMAN, Proprietor. 




Opposite the PostofBce and 

near W., St. L, & P. 

R'y Depot, 

ANTWERP, OHIO. 



Choice Brands of 
CIGARS, TOBACCO AND 
CONFECTIONERY. 



Wttii, Dinids & Jewelrr 



Of every description. H, 
C. GKAFFE, Coruer Cal- 
houn aud Colombia Sts. 



JOHK RABDS, Artistic Tailor, 

18 West Berry Street, FOBT WAYNE. 



AUBUKK DIEECTOET. 



AUBURN. 

An incorporated village of considerable business enterprise, 
the county seat of Dekalb county, located at crossing of B. & 
O., Eel River div. of the W., St. L. & P., and Ft. W. & J. Rys., 
23 miles north of Ft. Wayne. Among the manufacturing and 
commercial industries are 2 flour mills, 3 planing mills, a 
handle factory, 1 foundry, 2 saw-mills, 1 woolen mill, 2 stave 
and heading factories, and a manufactory of church furniture. 
The Dekalb County Eepublicau, and Auburn Courier, are 
the 2 weekly newspapers issued. Here are 8 churches of as 
many different denominations, 3 hotels, 2 banks and the usual 
number of stores, smaller shops, etc., found in villages of this 
size. Population, 1,700. Exp., Am., B & O, and Pacific. 
Tel., W, IJ. George W. Gordon, ])ostmaster. 

BUSINESS DIEECTOET. 

Abright Joseph, jeweler. 

Allen Aaron W, livery. 

Allen Wm S, phyician. 

Ashleman Christopher, grocer. 

Ashley Engelbert, wagonmaker. 

Austin Bros (Wilbur J and John W), boots and shoes. 

Bachtel I O, flour mill. 

Baker Edward, baker. 

Baxter John W, county clerk. 

Berg John, blacksmith. 

Berry Ephraim, bracket mnfr. 

Beuret Jules, hardware. 

Boland Michael, county recorder. 

Boyle John W, sheriff. 

Buss Frederick, confectioner. 

Case Mrs M E, milliner. 

Casebeer & Matheny (Jacob B Casebeer M D, Timothy G 

Matheny M D), druggists, physicians and livery. 
Cass Alfred B, hair goods. 
Church Rev Chester W (Methodist). 
Clock Mrs L D, millinery. 
Cool Isaac N, wagonmaker. 

Cowan & Lewis (John A Cowan, James V Lewis), physicians. 
Culbertson Benjamin F, agent Pacific Express Co. 
Culbertson James K, furniture. 
Davenport Franklin E, drugs and books. 
Davis Damper Drniii Co (John L and Fred C Davis), 

Proprs, Mnf rs of Stove Damper Drums. 
Davis Jolm li, Banker and Dealer in Hardware, Stoves, 

Paints and Oils, and Agt American Express Co. 

Table and Carving Knives, !ij™i™: 



Geo. De Wald & Co.:""'* ""^ *'°°'»« 



1 Oor. OaLhoun and Oolumbia Sts, 



S. L. POLK & CO. s 



Deck John, grain dealer. 

DeKalb Republican (weekly), C P Houser propr. 

Dickinson C M & Co (Charles M Dickinson, Frank Mc- 

Entarfer), meat market. 
Dills Wm H, lawyer. 
Eckart Charles, carriage mnt'r. 
Edgington Wm, barber. 
Eldridge Edward, saloon and billiards. 
Elson Bros (Richard and Edward P), dentists. 
Emanuel Charles, lawyer. 
Espy Alva O, cancer doctor. 
Fai'mers' Bank, Albert Robbins cash. 
First National Bank (capital $50,000), C A O McClellan pres, 

Wm H Mclntyre cashr. 
Forkner Granville H, propr Swineford House. 
Gibson Finley, baker and confectioner. 
Goodman Benedict, tinware. 

Gordon George W, postmaster and photographer. 
Green Benjamin, lawyer. 
Grosh Samuel, flouring mills. 
Gugerlie John H, merchant tailor. 

Hague & Raut (Isaac Hague, Charles Raut), boots and shoes. 
Hartman Ezra D, lawyer. 
Hebel John, grocer. 
Henry John C, druggist. 
Hoff Frank A, general store. 
Hollister Sherman, bakery. 
Husselman Daniel Y, lawyer. 

Husselman & Veley (Jacob Husselman, John C Veley), saw-mill. 
Jones Mrs M & Son (Martha and Charles), dry goods. 
Kiblinger Wm H, hardware. 
Klotz Charles, restaurant. 
Knoder John, blacksmith. 
Kruger John, mnfr black salt. 
Latson James J, coroner. 
Lewis & Widney (Abner Lewis, Morris Widney), lumber, 

lime and tile. 
Lockwood Philo J, lawyer. 
Loutzhiser Peter S, saloon. 
McDougall Robert, confectioner. 
McQuiston & Long (Mrs H McQuiston, Michael F Long), 

general store. 
Meese Wm L, insurance agt 
Miller & McKay (Samuel B Miller, Joseph W McKay), general 

store. 
Mitchell Jacob, barrel hoop mnfr. 

|# 1 ip p. DDfl Sell fine China, Tea and Dinner Sets, 



at No. 5 East Columbia Street. 



L/^ TT T t T T Painting and Paper Sang- 
. Ky , IL LJ JL^ JL/, ing, at 90 Callioun Street. 

AUBURN DIEECTOET. 493 

Moody & Hoffman (Daniel D Moody, Publius B Hoffman), 

lawyers. 
Morrell Bros (Edward and James), foundry. 
Myers Mandus, groceries. 
Ober & Beugnot (David S Ober, Charles Beugnot), mnfri 

lumber, staves and heading. 
Ochs Isaac, general store. 
Otto John, groceries, boots and shoes. 
Peterson Henry C, lawyer. 
Pommert Charles A, barber. 
Pommert S J, barber. 
Porter George A, woolen mill. 
Potter James A, shoemaker. 
Rainier & Headley (Joseph Rainier, DeWitt C Headley), 

meat market. 
Ralston Andrew J, grocer. 

Rice J M & Son (John M and Levi T), photographers. 
Rose James E, lawyer. 
Rothenberger Joseph P, saloon. 
Schaab & Beugnot (George V Schaab, Charles Beugnot), 

general store. 
Schaefer Charles L, furniture. 
Sebring David A, physician. 
Seibly & Row (Edward Seibly, Samuel Row), oar and handle 

mnfrs. 
Shaffer John W, wagonmaker. 
Shearer & Wilson (Solomon Shearer, Alan C Wilson), mnfra 

church furniture. 
Sheffer Wm, harnessmaker. 
Slaybaugh Frank, grocer. 
Smith & Madden (Walton R Smith, Alpheus W Smith), 

marble works. 
Snyder D D & Bro (David D and Wm), wagon mnfrs. 
Snyder Wm, blacksmith. 

Snyder & Culbertson, agricultural implements. 
Sommers Thomas, saloon and billiard hall. 
Spitler Lycurgus, groceries and meat market. 
Sprott Thomas H, insurance. 
Stahl George W, sewing machines. 
Steele H, house and carriage painter. 
Steele Thomas J, sewing machines. 
Stutz August, saloon. 
Swarts David J, physician. 
Swartz Vesta M, physician. 
Swineford House, G H Forkner propr. 
Tarney Simeon U, meat market. 

Pnri/FT I^MIVP^ ^ -^ NOLTON & CO 

rUuixLI IxIMIVlO) keystone block. 



EDWARD SEIDEL, 



AGENT FOR THE BTTPPALO 
GEBMAW IKrSTJRA]SrCE CO. and 
EIEEMEN'S of DAYTON, OHIO 



494 H. L. POLK & CO.'S 



TefiEt R Dexter, lawyer. 

Tomlinson Thomas H, county auditor. 

Trover Rev W D (Lutheran). 

Umber James H, mnfr scythe snaths. 

Van Auken Jay J, county surveyor. 

Ward Rev P J (Baptist). 

Willis M B & Co, books and stationery. 

Winter Rev J F (German Jleformed). 

Yesbera G Henry, merchant tailor. 

Young Rev A E (Catholic). 

Young Peter, merchant tailor. 

Zimmerman & Co (Elias and Franklin T), planing mill. 

BLUPPTON. 

On the Ft. W., C. & L. and the T., C. & St. L. R. R's., 
25 miles south of Fort Wayne, in Wells county, for which it 
is the seat of justice. In the village, which is incorporated and 
has a population of 3,000, are 3 hotels, 1 bank, 3 weekly and 
1 daily newspapers, 3 flour mills, a pump factory, a washing 
machine and corn planter factory, 2 foundries, 1 flax mill, 2 
stave and heading factories, 4 saw-mills, a bent wood works, 1 
planing mill, and a number of other manufactories, as shown 
in the attached directory of the business of the place. Here 
are also 5 church edificies, substantial county buildings, and 
many private residences of more than ordinary beauty. Ex- 
press, U. S. and American. Telegraph, Western Union. 
George Arnold, postmastei". 

BUSINESS DIKBCTOET. 

Arnold Charles A, propr Bluffton Chronicle. 

Arnold George, postmastei-. 

Arnold H C & Co (Henry C and James T Arnold), dry 

goods and boots and shoes. 
Ashbaucher Bros (Godfrey and Frederick), clothing. 
Barton Taylor W, county surveyor. 
Batson Martin V B, mnfr pumps. 
Beil, Ogden & Gorrell (John E Beil, George S Ogden, Andrew 

G Gorrell). 
Bennett James R, grocer. 
Bishop Andrew, barber. 
Bliss George P, insurance agent. 

BlnfTton Banner (weekly), Sturgis & Gorrell Proprs. 
Bluffton Chronicle, C A Arnold proj^r. 
Bluffton Herald (daily and weekly), McMahon & Blackledge 

proprs. 

TROY STEAM LAUNDRY, 



BLTTFFTON DIRECTORY. 



jr. 



MANUFACTURER OF AND DEALER IN 



Light and Heavy 

HARNESSES, 



SADDLES, WHIPS, 



SUMMER AND WINTER 
HORSE CLOTHING. 




Market Street, BLUFFTQN, IND. 

Morris Osborn, Jr. 

STEAM 

FEATHER 

RENOVATOR, 




FEIIHEiS 



Bluffton, Ind. 



MRS. LAURA ROBINSON 
LADIES' STORE. 




standard Notions, 

Ribbons, Laces, 

etc. 

BLUFFTON, IND, 



Geo. De Wald & Co.''"''"'™""'"*'" 



Dry Goods House in the City 



B. L. POLK & CO. 



Bly Alfred F, millinery and notions. 

Bly Frank, carriagemaker. 

Bonham Charles F, boots and shoes. 

Bratton Franklin A, grocer. 

Brown Jacob M, grocer and restaurant. 

Brown Jonathan L, harnessmaker. 

Bruce John H, physician. 

Brunn John, blacksmith. 

Bulzer David E, recorder of Wells county. 

Burgan Cyrus S, flour and grist mill. 

Bugh & Co (John W Bugh), drugs. 

Burwell Newton, lawyer. 

Central House, R Rossington propr. 

Chalfant James E, saloon. 

Christman Frank, bakery and saloon. 

Clark & Brickley (Wilson D Clark, Lewis A Brickley), hard- 
ware and farm implements. 

Clayton John T, flour mills. 

Clayton & Kinert (Charles A Clayton, Wm E Kinert), grocers. 

Clifton James H, insurance agent. 

Cook Bros (Luzerne H and Herman D), grocers. 

Crosby Mrs A J, milliner. 

Crosby & Co (James Crosby, John Hetherton), meat market. 

Cummins Benjamin F, physician. 

Dailey Samuel M, dry goods and boots and shoes. 

Dailey & Mock (Joseph S Dailey, Levi Mock), laVyers. 

Davenport Lewis C, druggist. 

Davis Bros (James O and Melville), grocers. 

Deam Harry, millinery and fancy goods. 

Deam James P, county treasurer. 

Deam Lew & Co, grain. 

Deam, Wilson & Son (Wilson and Harry), livery. 

DeLong Joseph S, bookseller and stationer. 

Dohner Levi, blacksmith. 

Dougherty John & Co, lumber. 

Ernst Wm H, county superintendent. 

Evans Wm I, books and stationery. 

Exchange Bank, John Studebaker & Co proprs. 

Peeser J G & Sons (John G, Josiah and Morrice), black- 
smith, wagon and carriage shop. 

Field Benjamin, wines and liquors. 

France John T, pi-osecuting attorney. 

France & French (Charles France, Jay G French), lawyers. 

Freeman Jack W, druggist. 

Frees Herman, feed stable. 

Fulton George E, physician. 



4gm^. D. WEISELL HIl 



DENTAL EXPEBI- 

OTEB 20 YEABS . 

ClLHOUir 



T. F. WEITZMANN, 



The merchant Tailor, keep* a, 
large stock of the latest styles 
of Goods, at 162 Oalhoua St. 



BLUFFTON DIEECTOEY. 497 

Gettle John W, saloon. 

Gorrell Andrew G, physician. 

Gottschalk George J, boots and shoes. 

Gregg Henry, physician. 

Gutelius Wm A, druggist. 

Hale James P, lawyer. 

Harnish George A, photographer. 

Hartle Milton T, mason contractor. 

Hartle M T & Son (Milton T and John F Hartle), grocers and 
restaurant. 

Hockett Frank A, station agent T, C & St L. 

Hofer Adolph, Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Pool and 
Billiards. . * 

Horton Edwin R, physician. 

Horton Mrs M A, milliner. 

Horton Theodore, physician and flax-mill. 

Justus Marcellus M, sheriff. 

Kapp Wm S, merchant tailor. 

Karns Fred W, dentist and liquors. 

Kellogg Francis N, bookseller and stationer. 

Kenagy J V & Bro (Jacob V and Joshua), flour mill, stone 
quarry and farm implements. 

Kimble George W, lawyer. 

King & Welty (A G King, J B Welty), merchant tailors. 

Kline & Meyers (Clements J Kline, Jefferson M Meyers), 
barbers. 

Kocher George T, carpenter. 

Krehl Jacob F, hides and pelts. 

Langle John T, organs. 

Lee Minos W, law and insurance. 

Louis George W, grocer. 

McBride & Bro (Warren and J Frank), furniture and under- 
takers. 

McFarren George F, clothing and gents' furnishing goods. 

McKendry Charles A, telephone manager. 

McKendry J E & Co, heading mill. 

McMahon & Blackledge (Wm P McMahon, B S Blackledge), 
proprs Morning Herald. 

Maddox & Bell (George H Maddox, James Bell), livery. 

Martin & Martin (A N and Homer L), lawyers. 

Mason Leonidas, physician. 

Melsheimer Charles T, physician. 

Miller Charles M, grocer. 

Montgomery Elijah H, saw, planing mill and hub factory. 

Morgan Benjamin E, watches and jewelry. 

Nave Theodore F, wagonmaker. 

MECHANICS' 10018/^"°^™"^°° 



KEYSTONE BLOCK. 



MORGAN & BEACH, Glass and Nails. 



R. L. rOLK & CO. S 



Nimmons Wm B, staves and heading. 

North Jacob, saw-mill. 

North J & Bro (John and Jeremiah), planing mill and lumber. 

Oman & Co (Jacob K Henry, Richard Oman), granite and 

marble works. 
Oppenheim Albert, W U telgraph operator and express agent. 
Ormsby John H, clerk of circuit court. 
Osborn Morris jr, Steam Feather Renovatpr and 

Wh and Retail Dealer in Feathers. {See adv, p ^95.) 
Parry Hamilton K, boots and shoes. 
Phelps Evelyn C, telegraph operator. 
Poag^e James E, Mnfr and Dealer in Harness, Saddles, 

etc, Market. (See adv, p 4^95.) 
Poffenberger Ezra, meat market. 
Poffenberger John, cigar mnfr. 
Rich John F, barber. 
Rhodes Finley H, sewing machines. 
Ridgeley Mrs Catherine, milliner. 
Rinehart & Vaughn (John K Rinehart, E C Vaughn), law and 

insurance. 
Robinson Mrs Laura, Propr Ladies Store, Millinery 

and Notions. {See adv, p ^95.) 
Robinson Peter L, dentist. 
Rogers Pbilo, dry goods. 
Rohlen George, tailor. 
Rossington Charles, clerk Central House. 
Rossington Richard, propr Central House. 
Ryan Bros (John N and Charles A), grocers. 
Saylor Robert Y, merchant tailor. 
Shaffer Charles, produce dealer. 
Shaffer Charles F, sign and carriage painter. 
Sharpe Arthur L, lawyer. 
Shelly David M, flour mill. 
Shepherd & Clear (Sanford A Shepherd, Michael J Clear), 

photographers. 
Silver Winfield S, lawyer. 
Slout Jacob, saloon and billiard hall. 
Smith Eri A, wagonmaker. 
Smith David T, Justice of Peace and Attorney-at-Law, 

3 doors w Court House. 
Smith Jacob H C, lawyer and real estate. 
Smith J H & Co (John H Smith), bending works. 
Spake James W, station agent F W, C & L. 
Spaulding Leander A, physician. 
Sprague Andrew M, horseshoer. 
Stephenson Wm H, sewing machines and organs. 



H. C. GRAFFE, 



Cor. Calbonn and Columbia Sts. Sole Agent for 
the Celebrated Rockford Watches, also a fall line 
of all the different American and Siriss Watches. 



GmiEMENI JffJNG jUJFITS ^o^ g^Bos. .^we. 

COLUMBIA CITT DIRECTORY. 499 

Studabaker John & Co (John and Peter Studabaker, 
Hugh Dougherty), proprs Exchange Bank. 

Sturgis Elmore Y, auditor of Wells county. 

Sturgis John E, druggist and city treasurer. 

Sturgis Thomas, dentist. 

Sturgis & Gorrell (Elmore Y Sturgis, Joseph J Gorrell), pub- 
lishers Blutfton Banner. 

Sunier & Beer (Anthony Sunier, Wm Beer), boots and shoes. 

Thoma Heniy, furniture and undertaker. 

Thomas Wm E, restaurant and bakery. 

Todd & Duglay (Jacob J Todd, Asbury Duglay), lawyers. 

Townsend Henry C, propr Oliver House. 

Tribolet Bros (John W and Adolph J), clothing. 

Valentine Joseph S, cigars and fruits. 

Victor Steam Washing Machine Co. 

Wallace Henry C, saloon. 

Waring, Studabaker & Co (Frank J Waring, John and 
David E Studabaker), pork packers, produce commission 
and elevators. 

Warner Cyrene, jeweler. 

Wells County Times, Frank T Waring propr. 

White Sango, barber. 

White & Sturgis (Wm L White, Lemuel D Sturgis), bakers. 

Wiecking Herman, cigar mnfr. 

Wiley B F & Son (Benjamin F and Wm), dry goods. 

Wiley G E, meat market. 

Williams H B & Co (Hiram B Williams), grocers. 

Williamson Bros (George T and Lent A), hardware and fai-m 
implements. 

Workman Wm, furniture. 

COLUMBIA. CITY. 

The county seat of Whitley county, located on Blue river 
at the crossing of the Eel river division of the W., St. L. & 
P. and P., Ft. W. & C. Rys, 18 miles northwest of Ft. Wayne. 
The county buildings are substantially built, the streets of the 
village wide, tree-shaded and gas lighted, and lined with 
many fine residences and business blocks. Among the more 
important industries, etc., are 2 banks, 3 ably conducted weekly 
newspapers, 10 churches, 1 graded and 1 high school. Here 
also are found 1 furniture factory, 1 brewery, 2 broom factories, 
1 bub factory, 2 woolen mills, a tannery, and 1 flour mill. 
The Adams and Pacific express companies, and the W. U. 
Telegraph company have ofiices. Population, 2,600. Orson 
H. Woodworth, postmaster. 

RAZORS© SHEARS/ ^''°"™''^°°^ 



KEYSTONE BLOCK. 



ONLY GOOD GOODS 8eTdb°S^&^.'s 



K. L. POLK & CO. S 



BUSINESS DIEBCTOET. 

Adair Joseph W, lawyer. 

Adams JohuW, propr Columbia City Post. 

Aker Samuel, cigars and tobacco. 

AUwein Franklin P, sheriff. 

Araerman Samuel D, physician. 

Anthes Philip, Saloon and Billiards. {See aclv, opp.) 

Bainbridge George M, general store. 

Baker John W, propr Columbia City Commercial and agent 

Pacific express. 
Ball Wade D, agent P, F W & C Ry. 
Bechtoldt & Rudolph (George Bechtoldt, George W Rudolph), 

cigar mnfrs. 
Beeson B F & Son (Benjamin F and Enos S), wagonmakers. 
Beeson Henry N, druggist. 
Brand John, brick mnfr. 
Brenneman Benjamin F, grocer. 
Brenneman David R, sewing machines. 
Brenneman Isaac, grocer. 

Brenneman & Hemmick (David R Brenneman, George Hem- 
mick), jewelers. 

Brown V & Co (Valorous Brown, Eugene Randolph, David 
R Hemmick), hardware. 

Busch Arthur A, saloon. 

Carr Wm, stone yard. 

Central House, Obadiah R France propr. 

Clark Joseph E, stave and heading mnfr. 

Click Michael E, photographer. 

Clugston Bros (David B and Asher R), general store. 

Collins & Sickafoose (James S Collins, Michael Sickafoose), 
lawyers. 

Colnillbia City Bank, F H Foust & Co, Bankers. 

Columbia City Candy Works, Dan Myers Propr. 
(^'ee adv, p 503.) 

Columbia City Commercial (weekly), John W Baker propr. 

Columbia City Herald (weekly), I B McDonald propr. 

Columbia City Post (weekly), J W Adams propr. 

Conil W"lli, Stone Mason and Contractor, (^ee adv, p 508.) 

Conrad Peter, wagonmaker. 

Daniel & Bro (Daniel and Leopold), meat market. 

Daugherty Theodore, handle mnfr. 

Eel River Woolen Mills Co, Thomas E Eyanson manager, 
mnfrs flannels, blankets and yarns. 

Egolf Joseph, city marshal. 

Eyanson Charles J, clothing. 

I/AAP £f DDfl ^^^ Hand-painted Cups and Saucers, 



at No. 5 East Columbia Street. 



COLUMBIA CITY DIEECTORT. 



PHILIP ANTHES 

COLUMBIA CITY, IND. 




Saloon and Billiard Room 

CHOICE WINES, LIQUOES AND CIGARS 

A SPECIALTY. 

PHILIP RAMP 

COLUMBIA CITY, IND., 

Lumber Manufacturer 



AND DEALBR IN 



ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATEEIAL. 

McDonald house 

W. H. SCANTLINO, Manager. Mrs. W. C. SCANTLINfl Si CO., Propr's. 

OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE. 

New House, and furnished throughout in the most modern 

and elegant style. Fine Sample Rooms. ONLY 

FIRST-CLASS HOUSE IN THE CITY. 

•BUS TO AND FROM ALL TEAHTS. 

COLUMBIA. CITY, - - INDIANA. 



Edward Seidel & Son, SisMiffiSgi!!!; 



B. L. POLK & CO. S 



Farmers Bank, E L McLallen & Co, proprs. 

Feist John, barber. 

Ferguson James L, marble works. 

Fields John, confectioner. 

Fonst F H & €o (Frank H Foust, Adam Wolfe, James 
G Williams), Bankers. 

France Obadiah R, propr Central House. 

Garver David, boots and shoes. 

Glass R S & Co (Randall S Glass, Chester L Cass), woolen 
mills. 

Grund Frederick, shoemaker. 

Haas & Liggett (Andrew Haas, James D Liggett), grocers. 

Hain J S, painter. 

Harper George H, blacksmith. 

Harris John E, grocer. 

Harrison James M, county clerk. 

Hart Emerson C, druggist. 

Hartsock Herman A, county surveyor. 

Heacock & Brahm (Alfred Heacock, John A Brahm), livery. 

Hilbert Albert, pumps. 

Hiller Andrew J, notions. 

HoUis Charles T, insurance agent. 

Horth James A, Carriage and Wagon Mnfr and Black- 
smithing ; Horseshoeing a Specialty. 

Hunter John W, drugs and books. 

Ireland Martin, physician. 

Jones Curtis W, lawyer. 

Kenner Charles A, physician. 

Kepner & Hunter (John H Kepner, Charles W Hunter), 
groceries. 

Kessler Wm W, shoemaker. 

King Wm W, photographer. 

Kithcart Nathan I, physician. 

Knisely, Zent & Co (Wm H Knisely, Samuel M Zent, Josiah 
F McNear), hardware. 

Kramer Abraham, grocer. 

Kraus & Bro (Leopold and Simon), grocers. 

Lamb Caspar W, county recorder. 

Lamb & Brown (Brock Lamb, Harry Brown), painters. 

Lawrence Isaiah E, physician. 

Levy Simon, meat market. 

Liggett & Meely (Wm H Liggett, George S Meely), flour 
mill. 

Linvill David G, physician and surgeon. 

Lorber Samuel, notions and gents' furnishings. 

Lynch John W, blacksmith. 

SOPEABLSTBEET, 

Is superior to that 
ofotberLaandrtei. 



Troy Steam Laundry, 



COLUMBIA CITY DIKECTORY. 



WALTER OLDS, 

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 

OFFICE, 

O-VEK COXj-CTI-EBI-A. CXT-2- S-AJtTIK, 

COLUMBIA CITY, INDIANA. 
WILLIAM CONN, 

CONTRACTOR 



AND DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF 



Buiilding I Cut Stone, 

COLUNIBIA CITY, INDIANA. 

JULIUS SANDER, - 

DEALER IN 

GROCERIES, FLOURlFEED 

Wines, Liquors and Cigars, 

COLUMBIA CITY, INDIANA. 

COLUMBIA CITY CANDY WORKS, 

DAN MYERS, Propr., 

Jobber and Manufacturing Confectioner 

FINE CAJWDIES A SPECIAL,TY. 

COLUIVIBIA CITY, INDIANA. 



DOMESTIC GOODS "' "°^'" ""°" " 



O-eo. 33e 'V^rald. <Sc Co. 



R. Jj. POLK & CO.'S 



McDonald House, Scantling & Co Proprs, opp Court 

House. (/See adv, p 501.) 
McDonald Isaiah B, lawyer and propr Columbia City 

Herald. 
McKinley Wm, insurance agent. 

McLallen E L & Co (Elisha and Henry McLallen), bankers. 
Mabus Frederick, saloon. 
Maine House, Maine & Kepner proprs. 
Maine & Kepner (Jefferson M Maine, Charles A Kepner), 

hoteL 
Makelson Wm W, dentist. 
Marshall & McNagny (Thomas R Marshall, Wm F McNag- 

ny), lawyers. 
Mayley Wesley J, restaurant. 
Meitzler Wm, bakery and saloon. 
Metz Moses, harness mnfr. 

Meyer A & Bro (Anthony and Charles), saloon. 
Miller John C, cigars and tobacco. 

Miller & Baker (Andrew Miller, Lewis Baker), furniture. 
Mitten Allen P, physician. 
Myers Dan, Jobber and Manufacturing Confectioner. 

[See adv,p 503.) 
North Edward B, bakery. 
North G W & Co (George W North, Charles S Edwards, 

Joseph Clark), hardware and lumber. 
Olds Walter, Attorney-at-Law. {See adv, p 503.) 
Peabody Simon J, lumber. 

Peabody & Bro (Simon J and James B), lumber mnfrs. 
Pressler & Crider (Henry C Pressler, John B Crider), drug- 
gists. 
Prickett Isaac W, harness manufacturer. 
Ramp Jacob, Mnfr of Lumber and Patent Coil Barrel 

Hoops. 
Ramp Philip, Saw and Planing Mill and Lumber Yard. 

{See adv, p 501.) 
Ramp & Bro (Frank and Albert H), livery. 
Reese Frederick C, general store. 
Reider James, grocer. 

Ricker Alfred A, grocer and agent Adams Express Co. 
Rouse Henry, dentist. 

Ruch D & F T (David and Franklin T), livery. 
Ruch J H & Bro (Joseph H and George W), grocers. 
Sander Jlllins, Groceries, Flour, Feed, Wines and 

Liquors. 
Sanders Charles, shoemaker. 
Scantling Wm H, Manager McDonald House. 



WFISFLL'S ARTIFICIAL TEETH 

Tfl.IOI.LLO NATURAL EXPRESSION! 



Restore the 
fullness and 
of the FACE. 



T.F.WEITZMANN 



The Fashionable 

MEKOHANT _ 

TAIIOE. ( I I I I If tl I A.lfinilll ) 162 Oalhonn »», 



COLUMBIA CITY DIEECTOEY. 505 

Scantling Mrs W C & Co (Mrs W C Scantling, Wm 

H Scantling), Proprs McDonald House opp Court House. 

{See adv, p 501.) 
Schaper Herman, saloon. 

Schneider Ferdinand, blacksmith and wagonmaker. 
Schoerpf Anthony, grocer. 
Shafer Christian, broom manufacturer. 

Shifler & Douglas (Wm H Shifler, Wm E Douglas), jewelers. 
Shinneman & Bro (John T and David L), general store. 
Show Lewis C, jeweler. 
Slesman Benjamin F, dentist. 
Smith Wm fl, druggist. 

Smith & Miller (Reuben Smith, Arvillus Miller), meat market. 
Snyder H & Son (Henry and Wm D), furniture. 
Stahl Charles, cooper. 
Stewart Oliver P, county treasurer. 
Strauss Henry, saloon. 
Strong Ephraim, general store. 
Torbet Miss Mattie, dressmaker. 
Tulley Cyrus B, lawyer. 
Tulley Wm A, gunsmith. 
Tuttle R & Co (Ransom and Caldwell W), boots and shoes, 

and flo.uring mills. 
Wallace Wm C, grocer. 
Walter & Raupfer (Frederick Walter, Benjamin Raupfer), 

brewers. 
Washburn Alanson, millinery. 
Washburn James, general store. 
Weber Wm, physician. 
Weick Adam, boots and shoes. 
Weick Charles W, saloon. 
Weihe Rudolph T, barber. 
Weingardner Solomon F, grocer. 

Over Colnmbia City Bank, Columbia City, Ind. 

Attorney-at-Law i Abstracter of Titles 

Titles to Real Estate examined, and opinions given. Full abstracts of Records 
furnished ii desired. Beal Estate Law a Specialty. 

1®^ I own the only set of Abstract Books in Whitley County. 



POCKET KNIVES, 



T. J. NOLTON & CO. 
KEYSTONE BLOCK. 



Morgan & Beach, Locks anrTdmrnrngs. 

^06 E. L. POLK & CO.'S 

Wells Solomon, clothing. 

"White John J, saloon and billiards. 

W^igCnit John C, Lawyer and Abstracts of Title, over 

Columbia City Bank. {See adv, p 505.) 
Williams Charles S, Physician and County Coroner. 
Williams Mrs J G, millinery and fancy goods. 
Willits Bros (Edward F and Jacob A), books and music. 
Wolfersperger Henry, shoemaker. 
Woodworth Albert H, watches and jewelry. 
Wood worth Orson H, postmaster. 
Yontz Manford D, county auditor. 



DECATUR. 

This incorporated town is on St. Mary's river, at the cross- 
ing of the T. C. & St. L., and G. R. & I. R. R's. It is the 
county seat of Adams county, and is 21 miles south of Fort 
Wayne. The county buildings, business blocks and residences 
are mostly substantial, and some elegant structures. The 
churches and schools of Decatur are in a prosperous condition, 
as are most of the mercantile and manufacturing industries of 
the place. Among the latter are a woolen mill, 3 saw-mills, 2 
stirrup factories, 3 flour mills, 3 stave factories, and 2 plan- 
ing mills. Two weekly newspapers are issued, and 3 hotels 
give accommodation to the traveling public. Express, Ameri- 
can and U. S. Telegraph, W. U. Population, 2,500. B. W. 
Sholty, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Adams County Bank (capital, $120,000), Robert B Allison 
pres, D Studabaker vice-pres, W H Niblick cash. 

Adams Lemuel D, staves and heading. 

Albers C E & Son (Mrs C E and Peter), grocers. 

Arohbold & Marmie (E B Archbold, H R Marmie), grocers. 

Bailey John T, lawyer and justice. 

Bamberger & Morvilius (Solomon Bamberger, Charles Mor- 
vilius), clothing. 

Barkley & Steele (Levi Barkley, John H Steele), meat market. 

Bechtel Amos, cooper. 

Bell A R, livery. 

Blossom Ira, meat market. 

Bobo James R, judge 26th judicial circuit. 

Bollman Abraham McW, county recorder. 

Bottenberg Charles A, live stock. 

Bowers John S, hardware. 

Bremerkarap Henry H, city treasurer. 



SILVER WARE, 



GOLD PENS, eOLD and SILTEB HEIDED 
CANES, BRONZES and FANCY GOODS. H. C. 
UKAFFE, Cor. Calhonn and Columbia Sta. 



FANCY SUITINGS inUKI D A DIIC 16 W. Berry Street, 
—A Specialty,— JUllH llADUO -FORT WAYNE- 

DECATUE DIEECTOKT. 507 

Bremerkamp John H, saloon. 

Bremerkamp Mrs Magdalen, dry goods. 

Brock John, stoves and tinware. 

Brown & Donnell (Albert W Brown, J A Donnell), dr.ugs. 

Burns Milen, harnessmaker. 

Btirt House ($2.00), Dick C Townsend Propr. {See adv, 

below.) 
Bushnell & Schlegel (Collins Bushnell, Augustus Schlegel), 

blacksmiths. 
Christen Godfrey, planing mill. 
Cleaver & Vail, staves and heading. 
Closs J & Son (Jacob and Jacob jr), jewelers. 
Closs Mary, milliner. 
Colchen Mathias, bakery. 
Colchin Joseph H, barber. 
Congleton Winfield S, lawyer. 
Coverdale Elias G, lawyer. 
Coverdale Jonas S, physician. 
Daguo Rudolph D, fruits and tobacco. 
Decatur Democrat, Samuel S Roth Propr. (See adv, 

J) 509.) 

Burt House 

DECATUR, IND. 

DICK TOWNSEND, Proprietor. 



LARGE SAMPLE ROOMS 



ON THE FIRST FLOOR. 



MECHANICS' TOOLS, li^?^S§lS£i. 



GEO.DeWALD&CO.YrKFIlDIlESS GOODS 



E. L. POLK & CO. i 



Decatur Journal, E A Phillips propr. 

Decatur National Bank (capital, $50,000), T T Dorwin pres, 
Gus A Kolbe cash. 

Deininger Ulrich, variety store. 

DeMoss & Burge (Anson DeMoss, Albert Burge), barbers. 

Dent Byron H, mayor. 

DeVilbiss Alton L, dentist. 

DeVoss L C, lawyer. 

Doctor Marshall Medicine Co The, mnfrs proprietary medi- 
cines. 

Donovan & Adelsperger (Daniel Donovan, Wm J Adels- 
perger), groceries and provisions. 

Dorwin Cornelius T, photographer, pianos and organs. 

Dorwin Thomas T, physician. 

Dorwin & Holthouse (Thomas T Dorwin, John B Holthouse), 
drugs and books. 

Dru.mmond Mrs M D, millinery. 

Dubin Elias, justice of peace. • 

Edington James & Co (James Edington, Daniel Sprang, 
Charles F True), dry goods. 

Edwards John W, painter. 

Eiting John & Co (John Eiting, Caspar M Lange), genl store. 

Ellsworth J E & Co (Joseph E and Delinda Ellsworth), wagon 
and carriage mnfrs. 

Forbing Peter, grocery and saloon. 

France John T, prosecuting attorney. 

Fi-ance & Lutz (James France, Clark Lutz), insurance and 
real estate. 

France & Merryman (John T France, James T Merryman), 
lawyers. 

Francke Frederick, watchmaker. 

Freeman & Boyers (Benjamin R Freeman, Jacob S Boyers), 
physicians. 

Galbreath J C F, lawyer. 

Gast Frank, photographer. 

Gast Louis J, city clerk. 

Glass & Rice (Noah Glass, Millard F Rice), farm impliments. 

Goodsell D M, lumber. 

Hale John D, county clerk. 

Hart J S, flour mill. 

Heller & Hooper (Daniel D Heller, Paul G Hooper), law and 
insurance. 

Hite & Mills (Henry Hite, Albert Mills), grocers. 

Hiskey & Mangold (Frank Hiskey, Jacob F Mangold), furni- 
ture and undertakers. 

HoUoway Augustus G, physician. 

1/AAP Pi DDH Sell Majolica Ware and Hand-painted 
IVAAu Cu DIlUi Plates, at No. 5 East Columbia Street. 



DECATUE DIEECTORY. 



DECATUR DEMOCRAT 



THE OIFIOIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY. 



Subscription, = $2.00 



S. S. ROTH, Proprietor. 




NOAH MANGOLD 

WHOLESALE DEALER IN 

BDTTER, EGGS, 

POULTRY, SAME 

AND 

Country Produce 

MADISON STREET, 

DECATUR, - INDIANA. 



JOHN W. VOGELROEDE, 

PROPRIETOR OP THE 

HOME BILLIARD HALL 

FiBe fines, Lipors, 




CIGARS. 

Ag't for McBrayer Whiskey. 

Second Street, - DECATUR, IND. 



EM Sell & Son ''"°"''"'''"'"^™"'' 



FORT WAYNE; go and try it 



R. L. POLK & CO. 



Holthouse Anthony, boots and shoes. 

Hughes Winfield S, marble works. 

Huntsman Walace W, saloon. 

Jackson Daniel O, planing mill. 

Jamison Alcinous B, physician. 

Jelleff Charles A, physician and surgeon. 

Johns Frederick, saloon. 

Johns J H, produce. 

Kennedy Mrs Louisa, dressmaker. 

King John jr, carriage mnfr. 

Kleinhenz John W, saloon. 

Krechter August, cigar mnfr. 

Krick Heni-y, brick yard. 

Lang Henry, saloon. 

Lutz Jacob S, second-hand goods. 

McGriff Michael, sheriff. 

McMillen, physician.. 

Mallonee Ezra, gunsmith. 

Malone Robert, marshal. 

Hangold Noah, Dealer in Butter, Eggs, and Produce. 

{See adv,p 509.) 
Mann & Elzey (J C Mann, Marion S Elzey), watchmakers. 
Mann & Lammiman (H Mann, C H Lammiman), grocers. 
Martin Jacob, bakery and restaurant. 
Meirbers John, saloon. 
Meitz Mary J, boarding house. 

Meyer Henry, brewery. , 

Middleton Eli W, saloon. 
Miesse House, I J Miesse propr. 
Miller Charles W, tailor. 
Miller Lewis C, county auditor. 

Myers Bros (David L, James M and Wm J), woolen mill. 
Myers David C, notions. 
Niblick, Crawford & Sons (Jesse and John Niblick, John and 

Frank Crawford), general store and clothing. 
Patterson Robert D, county treasurer. 
Patterson & Pillars (Robert D Patterson, Wm Pillars), flour 

mills. 
Peterson & Huffman (Robert S Peterson, Ethan A Huffman), 

lawyers and real estate. 
Peterson & Teeple (Schafer Peterson, J W Teeple), lawyers. 
Phillips Edward A, propr Decatur Journal. 
Phipps Mrs R B, dressmaker. 
Pierce Alfred R, druggist. 
Place James W, bakery and restaurant. 
Porter Horace S, harnessmaker. 



TROY STEAM LAUNDRY, 



constantly putting 
I in new maotunary. 



JOHN RABUS, Keeps the largest Stock of Fine Goods 

AETISTIO Tailor —to select from in FORT WAYNE.- 

HUNTINGTON DIRECTOBT. 611 

Rademacher Cornelius, saloon. 

Railing & Rice (Daniel Railing, John B Rice), livery. 

Roop George W, shoemaker. 

Roth Samuel S, Propr Decatur Democrat. (-See adv, 

p 509.) 
Rout J W & Co (John W Rout), flour mill. 
Scheiber & Zahm, grocers. 
Schlegel Daniel, tinsmith. 

Schmidt George & Son (George and John L), saloon. 
Schumacher Franz, tailor. 
Sellemeyer August, wagonmaker. 
Shackley Phineas C, painter. 
Shafer & Bro (Frederick and Jacob R), hardware and farm 

implements. 
Sholty B W, postmaster. 
Sholty B W & Co, news stand. 
Shrock Wm H, physician. 
Simcoke James T, county surveyor. 
Smith John E, coroner. 

Smith Joseph & Bro (Joseph and Theodore), wagon mnfrs. 
Smith & Beery (Michael Smith, Daniel and Christopher 

Beery), livery. 
Smith & Coulter, lumber manufacturers. 
Spencer Wm G & Son (Wm G and Charles N), hardware. 
Stone James H, hardware. 
Studabaker David, lawyer. 

Terveer Bernard J, hardware and farm implements. 
Tonnellier Peter, saloon and restaurant. 

Townsend Dick C, Propr Burt House. (Seeadv,p507.) 
Trout Wm & Son (Wm and D G M), physicians. 
Tyrrill & Smith (E N Tyrill, Joseph Smith), blacksmiths. 
Vogelwede Joseph H, boots and shoes. 
Weibler Charles, meat market. 
Welfley John, grocer. 
White Jesse S M, gunsmith. 

Whipple & Lose (Lewis Whipple, John Lose), barbers. 
"VojfClwede John 1¥, Home Billiard Hall, Wines and 

Liquors. {See adv, p 609.) 
Wicks, Patterson & Huffman, foundry and repair. 
Winnes Henry, boots and shoes. 
Yager Leopold, furniture. . 

HUNTINGTON. 

This important manufacturing and commercial city, with 
its 5,000 population, is the county seat of Huntington county, 
is located on the Wabash river and the W, St. L. & P. Ry, 

63 - 

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aEO.DEWALD&OO.'S 



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118 miles southwest of Toledo, Ohio, and has 3 weekly news- 
papers, 3 grain elevators, gas works, 2 graded schools, 8 
churches, 4 hotels, the Commercial being a favorite, and the 
most extensive lime kilns in this portion of the State. Other 
industries here are a potash manufactory, 3 planing mills, 4 
flour mills, a pump factory, stave and heading factory, a fac- 
tory for the manufacture of flax bagging, a stove foundry, 1 
machine shop, 2 furniture factories, a handle factory, brick 
yards, 1 brewery, 1 bent wood works, and 3 bottling works. 
Express, Pacific, Telegraph, W. U. Alex. W. DeLong, post- 
master. 

BUSINESS DIKECTOET. 

Abendroth David C, saloon. 

Adams Albert, house and sign painter. 

Ager Sisters (Emma and Mary), proprs Occidental Hotel. 

Alexander & Hatfield, lawyers. 

Alles Jacob, wagonmaker. 

Allman Christian, saloon. 

Allman Edward, flour and feed. 

Alpaugh Edward K, druggist. 

Amaden & Darrow (Edwin C Amaden, Ralph J Darrow), 

painters. 
Anderson DeWitt C, lawyer and justice. 
Anglemyre & Co (Levi H and Jacob Anglemyre), grocers. 
Anson John J, justice of peace. 
Armstrong James M, restaurant. 
Arnold H H & Co (Henry H Arnold), dry goods. 
Arnold Thomas & Co (John, Jesse and Isaac N Arnold, 

Enoch G Thomas), flour mills and grain. 
Arrasmith Gage, photographer. 
Ashley Samuel, saloon and billiards. 
Ayres Porter, county auditor. 
Bagley Leon T, city clerk. 
Baker Samuel D, merchant tailor. 
Bash & Helm (C E Bash, W W Helm), live stock. 
Baumgartner Max, city marshal. 
Bayreuther Nicholas, meat market. 
Beaver Daniel G, blacksmith. 
Beaver Henry, county treasurer. 
Becker Michael J, marble works. 

Berkfield & Barnard (Jacob Berkfield,George Barnard ),barbrs. 
Binkley Jacob, pump mnf r. 
Black Mrs A D, groceries. 
Black Robert, cooper. 
Blum & Seber (Frederick Blum, Jacob Seber), boots and shoes. 

OFFEKS 1 DENTAL EXPEKI- 
ENCE OF OVER 20 YEAKS . 
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HUNTINGTON DIRECTORY. 



EV rTAYTHN FOUNDER (^ MACHINIST, 
. J\. ULnliUili HUXTIMGTOIV, . INDIANA. 




Commercial House,nr.?^rr'^nrFnefier;Huntington,lnil. 




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V/HIXAC,RE'S SA^/It^LE ROONIS. 



Dealer in WINES C^ LIQUORS 




HUNTINGTON, IND 



Morgan & Beach, imperil plows. 

514 E. L. POLK & CO.'S 

B008 Jacob, brewer and bottler. 

Boob John, saloon. 

Bowman John W, blacksmith. 

Bowman John W, sheriff. 

Boyle L P, mayor and lawyer. 

Brandt Charles, plastering contractor. 

Branyan, Spencer, Kaufman & Branyan (James E and Wm 

A Branyan, Roscoe A Kaufman, Maurice L Spencer), law 

and abstract office. 
Briant Cyrus E, staves and heading. 
Briant Wm T, lumber. 

Bridge & Bro (Lewis and Henry), hardware. 
Buchanan Samuel, county clerk. 
Buckley Silas M, general store. 
Caldwell Theodore K, druggist. 
Caldwell Walter R, watches and jewelery. 
Campbell Wm I, cigar mnfr. 

Carter & Clary (James R Carter, Elbert E Clary), livery. 
Cass Simeon T, insurance agent. 
Central Telephone Co, John Hargrove manager. 
Chaffee Wm C, physician. 
Churchill Benjamin F, shoemaker. 

Citizens' Bank, Frederick Dick pres, John Morgan cash. 
Clark David P, flouring mill. 
Clayton Elijah K, Propr Eagle Foundry and Machine 

Works. (See adv. p 51S.) 
Clifford John, saloon. 
Cobb Buell M, lawyer. 
Cole James G, horseshoer. 
Coleman Wm, saloon. 
Collins Eli A, ice dealer. 
Commercial Hotel, Harry S Shoff Propr. [See adv, 

p 513.) 
Cook & Simington (Richard Cook, Robert Simington), stove 

mnfr 8. 
Coom Benjamin F, restaurant. 

Co-operative Store The, M P Emley mngr, general store. 
Cribbens Martin, saloon. 
Davies Jesse, sewer pipe, etc. 
Day Lewis J, grocer. 
Day Samuel F, livery. 

Delvin James C, agt U S and Pacific Express Cos. 
Deville Nicholas J, saloon. 

Dick F & Son (Frederick and Julius), hardware and clothing. 
Dorn & Gemmer (Wm Dorn, Henry Gemmer), founders and 

machinists. 

Wtts, Dlioiis ^ JnwBliT S5S£ 



Tie Best Is tie CMapst, S ™f;iSS™s 



HUNTINGTON DIEECTOET. 



Drover Henry F, drugs and books. 

Drover Wm H, boots and shoes. 

Drover & Altman (Wm H Drover, George Altman), meats. 

Drummond Quincy J, confectioner. 

JEa^Ie Foundry and Machine ll^orks, E K 

Clayton Propr, Mnf rs All Kinds of Machinery, Brass and 

Iron Castings and Architectural Iron Work. (See adv, 

p 513.) 
Engel & Foster (Andreas Engel, Peter Foster), saloon. 
Engelmann George, saloon. 
Evening Herald (daily). Herald Co publishers. 
Ewing Bros (Wm and James H), dry goods. 
Filson Charles H, books and stationery. 
Filson and Van Antwerp (Charles H Filson, Theodore Van 

Antwerp), jewelers. 
First National Bank (capital, $100,000), Wm McGraw pres, 

Mrs Sarah F Dick cashr. 
Fisher Nicholas, boots and shoes. 
Forbes Kosciusko W, station agt C & A Ry. 
Ford & Blickenstaff (Jacob W Ford, Elias A Blickenstaff), 

insurance. 
Foster Sisters (Mary and Lulu), milliners. 
Frash John, dry goods and carpets. 
Grayston Drs (Frederick S C,' Boston H B and Charles E), 

physicians. 
Griifith G V & Son (George V and Edwai-d L), mnfrs plow 

handles and coiled barrel hoops. 
Griffith Jesse W, druggist. 
Griffith Wm H, bakery and groceries. 
HafTner Gottlieb C, Baker and Confectioner, Groceries 

and Lunch Room. 
Hall & Hendricks (James Hall, Christian Hendricks), carriage 

and wagon makers. 
Hartman & Hilgenburg (Jacob Hai-tman, Henry Hilgenburg), 

merchant tailors. 
Hasty Oliver C, meat market. 
Herald Printing Co,publrs Daily Evening Herald and Indiana 

Herald (weekly). 
Herrberg George, bottling works. 
Hessin Wm H, flax bagging mnfr. 

Hewitt & Ellis (Elias G Hewitt, Gabriel Ellis), hardware. 
Highland Matthew, blacksmith. 
Hill George A, master mechanic C & A Ry. 
Hilligass & Craig (W J Hilligass, W J Craig), proprs Hun- 
tington Democrat. 
Hiltebrand James M, lawyer. 



Table and Carving Knives 



T.J.NOLTON&CO. 

J —Keystone Block.— 



Geo.DeWald&Co. 



"•A"* DRY GOODS 

Oor. OaJhoua and Ooliimbia Sts. 



E. L. POLK & CO. s 



Hoffmann Charles F, blacksmith. 

Hohe Jacob, tailor. 

Holland Theodore F, bakery. 

Hoover David, propr Huntington Daily News and the Lime 
City News. 

Horrell & Forst (James Horrell, Emery Forst), grocers. 

Hubbell Alfred A, hotel. 

Hubbell Miss A L, news depot. 

Hubbell R Wm, photographer. 

Huntington Daily News, D B Hoover pi-opr. 

Huntington Democrat, Hilligass & Craig proprs. 

Huntington Gas Works, F Dick & Sons proprs. 

Huntington White Lime Ass'n, Adam Beck pres., W W Haw- 
ley gen agt. 

Ibach B F, lawyer. 

Indiana Herald (weekly), Herald Co publishers. 

Jaquemai & Walter (Martin Jaquemai, Charles A Walter), 
druggists. 

Jewett G W & Son (George W and Eugene C), blacksmiths. 

John Wm & Son (Wm and James), sewing machines. 

Jupp George, dry goods and carpets. 

Kahn Marx, dry goods and clothing. 

Kase John, barber. 

Keating Joseph B, watches and jewelry. 

Kenner & Dille (James B Kenner, John I Dille), lawyers. 

Kenower Adam Q, furniture and undertaker. 

Kenower John & Son (John and Wm W), saw and planing mill. 

Kindler Anthony, boots and shoes. 

Kindler John, harness and buggies. 

Kindler Joseph, street commissioner. 

Knight Charles E, tinware. 

Kocher Wm C, real estate and insurance. 

Kopp Frederick, fui-niture. 

Landis Jesse, Feed Mill and Wood Yard, Saw Gumming 
and Filing. 

Lee Ezra T, county auditor. 

Leshing Frederick, potash mnfr. 

Levi Leopold, clothing. 

Levi & Marx (Jacob Levi, David Marx), clothing. 

Lewis Theodore, tinware. 

Leyman D S, physician. 

Leyman Emery H, physician. 

Lieber Harry, restaurant. 

Lime City News (weekly), D B Hoover propr. 

Luber Matthias, groceries and bakery. 

Lyons Ira E, physician. 

|# 1 Ip p. nnn SeU all kinds of LOOKING-GLASSES, 



at No. 5 East Columbia Street. 



Lr~\ TJ TIT T House and Sign Paint- 
. K^. 11 U J-^L^, ing. at 90 Calhoun St. 



HUNTINGTON DIKECTORT. 



Lyons Win B, physician. 

McCartney P & Son (Patrick and George), tin and slieet iron 
work. 

McLin George H, physician. 

Mader Charles, grocer. 

Mangus John, boots and shoes. 

Martin M D L & Son (Marcus D L and Elmer B), planing 
mill and lumber. 

Mattern Wm E, druggist. 

Milligan & Whitelock (Lambdin P Milligan, Orlando W 
Whitelock), lawyers. 

Minnich & Strous (John Minnich, Adam Strous), flouring mill. 

Mock James F, physician. 

Moffatt Wm R, grocer. 

Moore Samuel, dry goods. 

Morford Samuel, meat market. 

Morgan & Humbert (Samuel T Morgan, George W Humbert), 
clothing and merchant tailoring. 

Myers Norman A, marble works. 

Myers & Allen, mnfrs oil barrel heading. 

Xewcoinb George L, Produce Dealer and Shipper. 

Nietert Christian, cigar mnfr. 

O'Brien Patrick, city civil engineer. 

Occidental Hotel, Ager Sisters proprietors. 

O'Leary Wm P, grocer. 

Pflueger John H, physician. 

Pomeroy & Blackburn (Mrs A E Pomeroy, Mrs M Black- 
burn), milliners. 

Price John G, insurance and loan agent. 

Prior John, grocer. 

Provines Mrs A, dressmaker. 

Provines John W, barber. 

Provines J S & Son (John S and John W), farm implements. 

Purviance A S & Bro (Alonzo S and Relay), loan agents. 

Purviance H M & Co (Harmon M Purviance, Edward Harter), 
livery. 

Quealy & Co, J A Quealy manager, books and notions. 

Radabaugh Elmer B, photographer. 

Radabaugh Mrs H A, milliner. 

Rauch John, boots and shoes. 

Raymond John, blacksmith. 

Ream W R, job printer. 

Reichard Mrs Mary, cigar manufacturer. 

Reom Francis, blacksmith. 

Roche Thomas, lawyer. 

Rodgers Bros (James and Wm E),< restaurant. 



POCKET KNIVES, 



T. J. NOLTON & CO. 
KEYSTONE BLOCK. 



EDWARD SEIDEL, 



AGEITT FOE THE BTTPPAIiO 
GEKMAW IWSTJKAN-CE CO. and 
PIEEMEN'S of DAYTON, OHIO 



518 K. L. POLK & CO. 



Sayler Henry B, judge circuit court. 

Sayler Samuel M, lawyer. 

Scheiber H & Co (Herman Scheiber), crockery and notions. 

Scheiber Peter, grocer. 

Schepper Daniel, shoemaker. 

Schieblen Jacob, saloon. 

Schoolcraft E E & Bro (Ezra E and John O), grocers. 

Searles Joseph D, physician. 

Sessions Norman, dentist. 

Severance LaGrange, physician. 

Shaffer Abner H, physician. 

Shank Wm H, blacksmith. 

Shearer David L, grain dealer. 

Shearer Sextus H, clothing. 

Shoff* Harry S, Propr Commercial Hotel. {See adv, 
p 513.) 

Simon Joseph, merchant tailor. 

Simons Morris T, Simons House. 

Simons & McQuown (Morris T Simons, John McQuown), 
meat market. 

Slack &> Ayres (James R Slack, Edwin B Ayres), planing mill 
and lumber. ' 

Slater Bros (Milton and Calvin), barbers. 

Slusser Albert, wagonmaker. 

Smith Mahlon F, grocer. 

Smith Nicholas, cooper. 

Smith Samuel B, saloon. 

Smith Thomas G, lawyer. 

Snyder Homer C, boots and shoes. 

Speaker Jacob, bottling works. 

Strodel John, dry goods. 

Strodel Louis, meat market. 

Stultz George W, lawyer. 

Stultz Jacob P, carriages. 

Stultz M B & Co (Marion B and Jacob Stultz, Jacob 
Mishler), furniture and undertaking. 

Stultz & Pocock (Timothy Stultz, John Poccck), grocers. 

Stultz & Williams (Jacob Stultz, James Williams), farm im- 
plements. 

Taylor Enos T, boots and shoes. 

Tillman Lawrence S, meat market. 

Tinney James H, supt eastern division C & A Ry. 

Trusler Theodore F, restaurant. 

TJrshel Charles, saloon. 

VanHolton John, grocer. 

Wagner Albert H, dentist. 

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HAVE YOXJK CLOTHES 

MADE BY THE 
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Wagner John, flouring mills. 

Watkins C W, lawyer. 

Weaver & Lewis (Jacob R Weaver, Wm H D Lewis), gen- 
eral store. 

Weber Jacob, saloon. 

Weis M & Co (Michael Weis), saloon. 

Weis & Beitler (Henry Weis, Fred Beitler), saloon, billiard 
and lunch room. 

Wells Herbert S, millinery. 

Whitacre George W, Saloon and Billiards. {See adv, 
p 513.) 

Whitelock & Son (Wm T and George), grocers. 

Whitmore, Hoover & Shafer (George Whitmore, David G 
Hoover, Rudolph O Shafer), druggists. 

Williams & Heaston (Charles A Williams, Jacob H Heaston), 
grocers. 

Wobrock Oscar, barber. 

Wright & Son (Marshall and Marion G), druggists. 

Yingling Daniel, physician. 

Young John B, meat market. 

Young John J, spoke mnfr. 

Young Noah C, meat market. 

Zahn Peter H, harnessmaker. 

Zell Henry, blacksmith. 

Zent P W & Son (Peter W and Howard F), farm implements. 

KENDALLVILLE. 

In the eastern part of Noble county, 11 miles from Albion, 
the county, seat, where the Air Line division of the L. S. & 
M. S. Ry crosses the G. R. & I. R. R., is located this thriving 
and pushing little city of 3,000 inhabitants. Fort Wayne 
lies 26 miles to the south and Toledo 133 east. In the manu- 
facturing line here are an eave trough factory, 1 grain cradle 
factory, 2 cooper shops, 1 wind mill factory, a planing mill, 2 
handle factories, 2 saw-mills, 1 tannery, 2 flour mills, a clothes- 
rack factory, 1 brick yard and 1 tile factory. The religious 
element is represented by 8 churches, of as many denomina- 
tions, and the educational advantages are good graded and 
high schools. A fire department, a national bank, 3 hotels, 1 
monthly and 3 weekly newspapers are also here. Express, U. 
S. and Adams. Telegraph, Western Union. James Nellis, 
postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Abell Lem F, M D, Druggist, Books and Stationery. 

{See adv, p 523.) 



MECHANICS' TOOLS, 



T. J. NOLTON & OO. 
KEYSTONE BLOCK. 



For KID GLOVES ceo. De"waTdrCo..s 

520 K. L. POLK & CO.'S 

Ackerman Soloman H, handle mnfr. 

Adams Sylvester S, cooper. 

Aichele Charles G, bakery and restaurant. 

Alexander George P, grocer. 

Alexander Mrs G P, dressmaker. 

Axel Philip, barber. 

Baker James R, tinware. 

Barr Robert P, lawyer and mayor. 

Bassett Rev Wm N, physician (homeopathic). 

Beekman Louis, watches, clocks and jewelry. 

Berckemer Harry F, Saloon, Krueger Block. 

Berhalter Mrs Fannie (wid Joseph), furn and undertaking. 

Bowen Mason M, real estate. 

Bowers Mrs A M, milliner. 

Brock House, Daniel Jenner propr. 

Brown John S, physician. 

Bunyan W & J R (Wm and James R), druggists. 

Campbell & Taber (Archibald Campbell, Pliny C Taber), dry 
goods. 

Carpenter E H «fe Bro (Elias H and David J), barbers. 

Carrel Charles W, freight agt L S & M S Ry. 

Chapin & Barr (Augustus A Chapin, Robert P Barr), lawyers. 

Cook James F, mnfr spring beds. 

Cox Wm H, photographer. 

Crofoot James !E, photographer. 

Gushing Wm M, carpenter. 

Davison John, painter. 

Deibele John, saw and planing mill. 

Diggins Wesley A, barber. 

Drake Nelson, meat market. 

Dnerr John, grocer. 

Dunbar Jefferson, books and stationery. 

Dunlap Robert, physician. 

Emerson John, grocer. 

Engel Jonas, clothing and merchant tailor. 

First National Bank (capital, $50,000), John Mitchell pres, 

Henry C Bower cash. 
Fischer Charles, tailor. 

Fish S W & Sons (Solomon W, George M, John W), grocers. 
Flint, 1¥ ailing & Co (Simeon Flint, David C Walling, 
Henry I Park), Manufacturers of Wind Mills, also Foun- 
ders and Machinists. {See adv, opj).) 
Foehl John A, saloon. 
Ford Franklin P, photographer. 

Oallup & Hamilton (John L Gallup, Amos O Ham- 
ilton), Lumbei'. (See adv, opp.) 

tHBB' WtlotLLj DENTIST, POET WAYNE, IND.' 



KBNDALLVILLK DIEECTOET. 521 

GALLUP & HAMILTON 

KENDALLVILLE, INDIANA, 

:itANUPACTDRERS AND DEALERS LN 

Sash.Doors, Blinds, Mouldings 

Lumber, Lath, Shingles, 

NAILS, GLASS, LOOKS, LATCHES, PAINTS, OILS 

AND A GENERAL LINE OP 



INSIDE BLIKDS A SPECIALITY. 

ALSO SHIPPERS OF HARDWOOD LUMBER. 

SIMEON FLINT. DAVID C. WALUNG. H. I. PARK. 

FLINT, WALLING & CO. 




STAR WIND ENGINE 

Pumps, Tanks, Well and Water Pipe, and 
Tubular Well Supplies, etc., 

KENDALLVILLE, - - - INDIANA. 



Morgan & Beach, Hardware i Cutlery, 



B. L. POLK & CO.'s 



Geddis Wm, blacksmith. 

Gilbert Joseph L, physician and surgeon. 

Goodwin Lucius E, lawyer. 

Graham Seth, blacksmith. 

Grant Wm H, shoemaker. 

Graves Thomas L, lawyer. 

Graves & Long (Thomas L Graves, Henry J Long), printers. 

Grout Allison E, insurance and express agent. 

Hall Wm, livery. 

Hartsuck George W, ticket agent L S & M S Ry. 

Hartsuck Mnfg Co, mnfrs eave trough hangers and carpet 

stretchers. 
Helman Harman L, grocer. 
Hill Alanson G, beehive mnfr. 
Holbrook Wilson L, dentist. 

Humphreys Joseph M, station agent G R & I E. R. 
Hutt John W, saloon. 
Jenner Daniel W, propr Brock House. 
Johnston Wm C, tanner and currier. 
Kaiser Frederick, saloon. 
Kaiser John, grocer. 

Keller J & Co (Jacob Keller, Moses Jacobs), dry goods. 
Keller & Kann (Jacob Keller, Jacob Kann), produce. 
Kelly John, saloon. 
Kendallville Standard (weekly), 12.00 per annum, Rerick & 

Conlogue proprs. 
Knox Joseph, blacksmith. 
Krueger Herman, grocer. 
Loeb Isaac, livery. 

Lohman G H & Co (George H Lohman), drugs. 
Loomis Samuel J M, dry goods. 
McCray H & Son (Hiram and Elmer E), produce. 
McLeod Donald, restaurant. 
McMillan Charles H, justice of the peace. 
Marquardt Jacob, meat market. 
Marquardt John H, druggist. 
Merkling George S, furniture and undertaking. 
Miller Wm B, Cigars and Tobacco. {See adv, opp.) 
Moyer Henry A, dentist. 
Nellis James, postmaster. 
Ockermann Solomon, stave mnfr. 
Olds Wm M B, physician. 
Park Amos B, hardware. 
Parker Dr Asher S, publisher Weekly News. 
Polman B & Co (Bernard Polman, Norman L South worth), 

marble works. 

MARBLE CLOCKS, Of every deaoriptionofmyown 

Opera GIhssbs snd Spectacles c^r.c^»moi^a^coi^u^rsu.' 



FANCY SUITINGS inUM DADIIC 16 W. Berry Street, 
—A Specialty,— JUnlN llADUO -FORT WAYNE- 

KENDALLVILLE DIKBCTORY. 523 

Ramsey Benjamin S, cigars and tobacco. 

Rerick & Conlogue (John H Rerick, Joseph S Conlogue), 

proprs Kendallville Standard. 
Reyher J & Co (Jacob and Henry E Reyher and Joseph 

Durling), general store. 
Richt Karl F, jeweler. 
Ross Allison T, boots and shoes. 
Ruth Henry, physician. 
Ruth & Co (Henry and Eliry), druggists. 
Say re Mrs Ida, dressmaker. 
Schwartz Mrs Mary, bakery and restaurant. 
Severance S F, hardware. 
Shark Jacob H, city marshal. 
Sprandel Gustav, furniture. 
Sticht Henry J, carriage and wagonmaker. 
Taber Freeman, flour mill and lumber. 
Teal Joseph M, dentist. 
Thompson Lewis A, grocer. 
Thompson Wm H, produce. 
Vincent Mrs J C, restaurant. 

LEM. F. ABELU M. D. 

DEALER IN 

Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils 

Books, Stationery, Gold Pens, Wall Paper, 
Shades, Fancy Goods, 

East side of Main St., KENDALLVILLE, IND. 
^^^M. B. MILLER, 

DEALER IN 

Cigars, Xobacco 

AND 

SMOKERS' ARTICLES, 

KENDALLVILLE, - - INDIANA. 



BUILDERS' HARDWARE, US\tZ: 



CelofBi Sffis at Low Prices ceo, d. tSr& ccs 

524 E. L. POLK & CO.'S 

Vincent Orville J, physician and surgeon. 

Walter J & A (Joseph and Alverez), hardware. 

Ward Harris D, dry goods, boots and shoes. 

Wehmeyer Herman, saloon. 

Williams N & Son (Nathan and Salathiel T), physicians. 

Wolff Philip, saloon. 

NEW HAVEN. 
A village of about 800 inhabitants, in Adams township, 
Allen county, 6 miles east of Ft. Wayne. The leading 
interests and attractions here are 4 churches, an excellent 
graded school, 2 hotels, 1 saw-mill, a heading factory, 2 flour 
mills, a tile factory and a planing mill. An excellent gravel 
road connects the village with Ft. Wayne. Express, Pacific. 
Telegraph, W. U. Joseph W. Whitaker, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIEECTOET. 

Berger Frank, saloon. 

Bernreiter John, furniture, and undertaker. 

Bilderback & Beberich (James Bilderback, David Beberich), 

painters. 
Blaising Henry & Co (Henry and Philip Blaising), meat 

market. 
Blaising John, saloon. 
Bowers Henry C, saw-mill. 
Briant & Giddings (Cyrus E Brian t, Frederick S Giddings), 

mnfrs bent felloes and hub blocks. 
Brudi Joseph, lumber and planing mill. 
Brudi J & Co (Joseph Brudi, Gustav Gothe), flouring mill. 
Cook Charles W, station agent N Y, St L & C Ry. ^ 

Crippen A B & Son (Asa B and James A), druggists. 
Dowling Bartholomew, hardware. 
Federspiel B & Bro (Balser and John), blacksmiths. 
Fox Joseph, blacksmith. 
Gothe Carl, tailor. 
Hager Henry, baker. 
Jacquay Lemuel, carpenter. 
Kessler Wm, barber. 
Kleist Rev F (German Lutheran). 
Klossen Christian, plasterer. 
Koehn Henry, boot and shoemaker. 

Lee John J, agent W,St L & P Ry and Pacific Express. 
Linnemann Frederick, shoemaker. 
Mack Frederick, shoemaker. 
Manuel Frank J, saloon. 

KL^V 10 RRfl ^^^ CHANDELIERS and FancyTable 



Lamps, at No. 5 East Columbia Street. 



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The Van Wert Tile Ditching Machine 




lengthy argument at this time, to prove the great advantages of prop( 
igh drainage of the soil for farming purposes. The experience of 



thorough drainage 



tionof air (the breath of life) in and through the soil to vitaUze and replenish it. 
Now, what we want is the best and cheapest way of performing this